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Digital page images are linked to the text file. jjjpwpiiJHUHapi K 1 Volume JjRAKRT K JUI A KOIfflDABOUT J WBKKLY PAPER DEVOTED TUjjLOCAL AND KY OCTOBER J I OCIETY NKWS 1890 TfcUULS tflOtt hi Advance FRANKFORT concealed his wicked heart till the denouement came Mr Hugo Toland made his Boston debut in the role of Edwin Anstruther and ho has reaon to bo satisfied with his success As tho manly English officer and the ar Â¬ dent wooer who would not bo gain sayed he was equally pleasing Tho principals wore called boforo tho curÂ¬ tain at the end of each act and most warmly applauded Miss Haines is a natural and pleading actress Miss Germon was a spirited Lady Chartris and Miss Blanche was remarkably clover as the young hateful Maud Tho other members of tho company gave excellent support Although this play docs not depend largely upon scenic effect for its suc cess yet they are of a very high or Â¬ der and some aro ingenious and novel others very beautiful Among the former is the railway journoy to Nice among the latter the Gar dons of tho Cu ino Monte Carlo The picturesque costumes of Corsica and France made a pleasing contrast to the conventional modes of America and England Altogether the first night of tho Tremonts second season was as successful as one could desire from any point of view Josoh Her Â¬ ald ticpt 2 1890 Â¬ Number 5 I Hill Spring Hero wo coino ngnin Mrs S 0 Browor hns been visiting friends nntl relatives near Port Royal this week Lttlo Alice daughter of D T Mad dox had her shoulder broken last Tuesday Dr Ren fro attended her and she is doing very well J D Mngrudcr who has been homo for some time will leave in a few days and resume his duties as break N again man on tho L D Markham and children to- Â¬ J came gether with his sister-in-laand spot tho night with their cousin J W Reeves and left on the early train for Louisville Friday morning He is taking his little daughter Lucy to see a noted doctor and surgeon Sho is afllicted with spinal disease Noel Lee of Raid Knob visited J lW Reeves last Sunday Everybody done cutting tobacco J AV Reeves has sold his farm to S S Brewer and will move to Pleas ureville about the first of January w Tioga Geo W Quire visited Wm A Dun Â¬ can Inst week Autumn in all its beauty has come Wm A Duncan and Rev E N If JVifciHiiBCTiii CO nTlfWfltlHHIW again Jones wore in Clayvillago last Wed Â¬ nesday Miss Lizio Bradley has returned homo from a two wceksvisit to Dron non Springs Dr A G Holmes formerly a citi zen of our village and located in Brownsville after an absence of fif teen years visited friends in this locality the past week Thos Wadkins who recently pur chased the Dowden estate is very busily engaged in sowing small grain and improving the same otherwise Lewis Tharp has boon very busily etmaged for heveral days collecting for Dr Adams Lewis says that iti requires a great deal of talking and thorough explanations to even get Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Our new Fall Line of II Hi CA jL Jl JL 1 O Â¬ The pastor in charge of the Jack- Â¬ sonville circuit seems to take well l i Marvelous JSxadiarawce The vaot amount of labor per Â¬ formed by the heart in keeping all portions of tho body supplied with blood is not generally known It bents 100000 times and forces the hlood at the rate of 163 miles a day which is 3000000000 times and 5150 880 milee in a life time No wonder AVe there are eo many Heart FoLurs The flret symptoms aro shortness of breath when exercising pain in the side or stomach fluttering choking in throt oppression then follow weak hungry or smothering spells swollen ankles etc Dr Franklin JMUe Nnw Heabv Curb is the only using this remedy as directed elible remedy Sold by J W sale by J V Gayle Gayle Frankfort Ky 1 The first sympton is hoarseness then tho child appears to have taken cold or a cold may have accompanied tho hoarseness from the start After that a peculiar rough cough is developed which is followed by the croup The time to act is when the child first becomes hoarse a few doses of Chamberlains Cough Remedy will prevent the attack Even after a rough cough has appeared tho disease mav be prevented by Â¬ Â¬ that croup can be prevented True it never appears without a warning want every mother to know For Farn dalc The K M I boys were out en masse at tho Episcopal Church on To Lexington October Sunday Mrs Fry of San Antonia Texas has returned to tho Institute after a short visit to Louisville Miss Lucy Hill who has been en- in teaching a class in dancing or the past three months left tho Institute Monday night for her home in Lexington Her departure is re gretod exceedingly by the many friends which she won for herself dur Â¬ ing her stay Mr Frank Hughes of Scott paid a short visit to his brother Mr R S Hughes last week Several men students arrived at the K M I last week Mr John Stewart spent Sunday with his parents in Frankfort Miss Lucile Hughes is visiting friends and relatives in Scott Dr Douthat is attending a church conference in West Virginia Mr Barnes of Telfair New York The row Tremont Theatre more beautiful than evor if possible with its many electric lights brichteninc and revealing charming harmonies of color ana tne cunning ot the artificers handiwork opened its doors for its secord regular season last evening The audience was such as managers love the house was filled The play was Archibald Olavering Gunters Mr Barnes of New York present- Â¬ ed by Mr Frank W Sangers oom has been produced Jiany The piecebut never more suc- Â¬ before cessfully The cast included Miss Emily Rigl as Marina Paoli Mr James Neill as Burton H Barnes Mr Sheridan Block as Count Musso Da nella Mr Hugo Toland as Edwin Gerard Anstruther Miss Annie Haines as Enid Anstruther Miss Ellio Ger mon as lady Chartris and Miss An- Â¬ nie H Blaucke as fllaud Chartris The company is strong and well bal- Â¬ anced The stirring incidents follow- Â¬ ed one another so quickly and were so effectively presentedjthat the audience hardly had time enough to ex- Â¬ press its approbation in the conven- Â¬ tional manner and this breathless si- Â¬ lence in some of tho more dramatic was Eassagespraise perhaps after all tho Neill acted with ex- Â¬ cellent taste and judgmont the title role His interpretation was manly courageous cool and impetuous by turns and withal ho was a gentle Â¬ man Such a character is always a favorite with an audience and Mr Neill became so at once with added favor as tho play progressed Miss Rigl aB tho Corsican heroine was grand in her pausionato and vengeful phases inellably winning in those when sho was conouered by tho lovo of Anstruther and intensely strong in tlio dramatic scone in tho last act when sho is confronted with tho al Â¬ leged proof that her husband is her brothers murderer Mr Blocks im porsoi ation of tho Count was flnoly finished His was a polished and suave villian whoso gentlo breeding Â¬ under treatment of the physicians there and had secured only tempo- Â¬ rary relief After all this treatment he was finally cured sound and well by Swifts Specific Another customer Mr B had suffered for many years with Blood Poi 8oa and thought he had been cured by mercurial treatment but the dis- Â¬ ease returned accompanied by Rheu Â¬ matism of a bad type A dozen small bottles of S S S made a perfect and lasting cure W H Desasway Old Fort N C I Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free I Every lover of the trotting horse will go and it is not unreasonable to expect to see five thousand people on the track when the bell calls such great colts as McGregor Wilkes Dr Sparks Valissa Barnhart Nelly Ma- Â¬ son Presto Prince Dudley and oth- Â¬ ers like them to contest for the rich less will bo assisted by Rev A PÂ¬ prize known as The Kentucky Jones of Clayvillago ere the meetStake The winner will receive ing closes Bro Jones is a gocd about 150000 and the credit of hav- Â¬ preacher and a good man ancT we ing defeated the greatest field of believe we have got the right man ever in a trotting and in the right place Hence we feel that much good will bo accom- Â¬ race On the same day those who attend plished at this place Catchum will see a great field in the 222 class purse 150000 and also have the sat- Â¬ isfaction of witnessing a bitter contest Fifty Spasuoa a Day in the Blue Grass Stake for Had Mrs H A Gardner of Vistula in which the contestants aro lived more evenly matched than they have Ind would two thousand years ago havft been thought to be been in any race thiB sho by evil spirits Sho was year A better programme could not possessed nervous prostration head Â¬ have been gotten out and everybody subject to aches dlzalnoBS baokaohe palpita Â¬ should go tion and forty to fifty spaavis a day Though having been treated by oight Twent y Tliree Years in tllie physicians Cor years without success bIms was permanently cured by one 19rug Business bottle of Dr Milaa Restorative Ner I have been a druggist twenty three vino A trial bottle of this new and a finely illus- Â¬ years and have sold all the patent wonderful medicine medicines which aro known in this trated treatise free at J W Gaylea country and can truthfully say that drug store who recommends and 1 I have never known a remedy for guarantees it m Blood Diseases of more value than S S S Swifts Specific Mr A a If people would take tho advice of customer was troubled with an erup- Â¬ J W Gayle the druggist they never tion of the skin on the back of his would start on a journey without a hands and had in vain sought relief bottle of Chamberlains Colic Chol- Â¬ of the best local medical talent also era and Diarrhoea Remedy It can of some of the most noted specialists always be depended upon and is in New York and as a last resort pleasant to take spent some months in Paris France three-year-olds four-year-olds oi our agea uretnren oi me baptist Church is invited to a seat in the stand where he will be enabled to hear all that is being said Our preacher being a very sociable gentleman and desirous of making the acquaintance of everyone was asking as to wliat kind oi a looking man our Dr was When told that he was a tall good looking man that weighed somewhere in tho neighbor- Â¬ hood of 200 pounds replied that ho guessed he hadnt seen him then On last Tuesday evening near Moores school housoit was my pleas- Â¬ ure to hear a very able discussion be Â¬ tween Rev E N Jones and J P Moore upon the subject of falling from grace Jones advocating the pos- Â¬ sibility of a mans falling and Moore that he could not The question was handled eloquently by both parties leaving the hearers favorably im- Â¬ pressed with the ideas that each of them advanced There is a protracted meeting now in progress at Jacksonville conduct- Â¬ ed by Rev E N Jones with consid- Â¬ erable interest manifested He doubt- Â¬ tllJt till UlOLflldj OlS JiiltVsll OUj VllllVUUU Tne Manufacturers Lave advanced on all grades of carpets and tae indications are favorable for a lively increase in prices IMMEDIATE PURCHASES At the prevailing low prices are sure to prove desirable as savings and investments C F 1 1 - CO Carpets Furniture Wall Paper Draperies Oor Main Broadway - Lexiagton Ky M l ts MJLSTIU BROS four-year-o- ld I ad -- AGENTS FOR- - Dr Hales Household Oint- Â¬ COLUMBUS BUGGY CO BUGGIES ment absolutely cures catarrh It cures Cures neuralgia and rheumatism Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum in the most soothing manner Cures Inflamed and Granulated Evelids Cures Coughs and Colds Can be 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 50c bves large size cheapest Sold at Phil Carpenters drug store South Side 52 Is the finest cure in the world It Mccormick binders and mowe Keep constantly on liiiitl n full stock of FARMING IMPLEMENTS HARNESS AND SADDi C FBAWKFOBT SIiSVTOS COAL os SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta Ga vv - - r- - 3sang3 m vsqgT5 T 11 I JT - fefcA - - JT t M H- Highest of all in Leavening Power TJ S Govt Report Aug j xS8 Rdfol Powder ssm AftSOWTELY PURE rljan2 B1UKa Baking mamas- - -- Jnasto---- jffME1 IN TH TT Vu -- DEALERS ii3SrT -- OrlB-A-IDIE- - iiii n S r root tateolelst OIF1 O m fm w villHWHBtit g Mfr TfyTWFnBfig V v C Vvi u i m li Tl - i Personal MIbs rtH JoeDuvnll is visiting friends in light erected at the intersection of Louisville Bridge and Second streets as it is one Mrs Dan Roche of Paris is visit Â¬ of the principal corners on that side ing relatives in the city of the river Miss Amelia Woitzel has returned from n visit to Cincinnati Paralyzed Miss Belle Giltnor who has hcen Two Bottles Curod Hor Mr II S Ellis was stricken with quite sick for the past week CAjmoiL Ia July 168 In my I Mr John P Starks of Louisville paralysis at his home on Main street headwas pnfTprinp 10 years from shocks expect bo much I didnt Monday night while engaged in play Â¬ to recover I bo that nt timesfrom many dochas been in the city this week took medicines relief until I took Pastor Mr H II Hollencamp and wife ing Pedro with some friends and tors but didnt pet any tlio second doso relloved Nervo Tonic fell from his chair His entire right Kocnics uomes cured mo nee Miss Parker are in the city me mm k w immjiv side is affected and he has since been Mr Ned Cumings of this city is Recommends it to all Sufferers lying in a critical condition visiting his sister in Connecticut Bt Lotus Mo July 1888 Oar dflaghter had twitching on the loft sido Miss Mary 0 Cromwell of Lexing- Â¬ was six months old which increased since ton is visiting Mrs Geo A Lewis Will Address tlic Conven- - spite sheconsulting scvcrnl physicians eo that in of it tion resembled fits after several years Wo gave her Miss Cordie Cannon is the guest of bnt 3 bottles of Koenigs Nervo Tonic which her sister Mrs J P Starks in Louis- Â¬ Rev George Darsie of this city removed nil symptoms of tho disease She is well now nnd wo can recommend this remedy to ville delivers the annual address on all sufferers of norvoas diseases KnAMER NIC Mr John M Todd of Louisville Rastmurant 1113 N 3d St was in the city yesterday visiting Church Extension at the General One Bottle Cu red Him Convention of the Christian Church relatives Bttjaht Holt Co Ned Nov 88 in Des Moines Iowa Mr W T Reading returned Satur- Â¬ which meets I was suffering from Bheumatism for ten 21st to the 25th of this months used different medicines without effect day from a trip to Colorado Kansas from the bnt after I commenocd to toko Fafltor Koenigs and Iowa month Nervo Tonio the pains disappeared sleep re turned and before 1 had used up one bottle full Mrs Pulton Gordon returned Mon Â¬ of tho Nerve Tonic I was to well that I went day from a visit to her mother in A Large Supply to work again aa usual Mr James Heeneys grocery The city should also have a largo arc nss m v 2f- - V ffBH V Â¬ KSSSHM for M3IT cssssa Infants and CtiiYu V Caatoria Without injurious medication New York City 4nKHa v CMtorl is bo well adapted to children that I recommend it m superior to any prescription II A Archer M D known to mo ill Bo Oxford St Brooklyn N T The use of Castoria ifl so universal and its merits so well known that it seems a work of supererogation to endorso It Few are the intelligent famlllea who do not keep Castoria within easy reach enrefl Colic Oonfttfption Bour Stomach Diarrhoea Eructation Worms fives sleep and promotes Kills dl- - Late Pastor Bloomingdalo Reformed Church Tim Crwtau For several years I have recommended your Castoria and shall always continue to do so as it lias invariably produced beneficial results Edwin F PinDn M D Tbo Winthrop 125th Street and 7th Ave New York City Company 77 Mubbat Stbekt Nkw Yorx Â¬ Louisville Mrs George Salender left Thurs day afternoon to visit friends in Louisville Miss Todd Saffel left Wednesday for Louisville to attend the Johnston Wisdom wedding Mrs E L Samuel and Miss Mary Ely have returned from a visit to friends in Louisville Mr John R Todd senior member of the firm of Todd Bros is quito ill at his home on Campbell street Misses Lizzie McConnell and Sallie 70 C KBAMEK Â¬ Postmaster from the Post 000 one cent newspaper wrappers and is selling them out at the rate of 4000 per day to Public Printer E Polk Johnson for use upon docu- Â¬ ments being sent out by members of the Constitutional Convention Saffell has received Our Pnmphlet for snfforera of nervous di to any address and Office Department 200 seases will bo sent free obtain this modlcine poor patients can also Pastor Kccnig of Fort Wnyno Ind for tho past ten years and is now proparod under his direc tion by tbo Â¬ Irco of chargo from us proparod tho Reverend by This remedy has boon KOENIO MEDICINE CO e Clintea Ct JACOB SWIGERT CO I3STSTJDE5 AJNrOEI AOKEJIfcTTS Â¬ 50 Wilt kUdlim CHICAGO ILL Good bye Flute Logan McKee left yester- Â¬ day for Cincinnati where he will reside in the future having been appointed to a clerkship in the office of Major D W Lockwood U S En- Â¬ gineer in charge of the improvement of the Kentucky Big Sandy and other rivers in Kentucky Mr Mc Â¬ Kee is thoroughly qualified for the position having had considerable experience upon the various works on the Kentucky river with the Gov- Â¬ Mr office well equipped for his new du Price 1 per Bottle 6 Bottles for 6 J V GAYLE Druggist Frankfort Ky SOLD BY DRUCCISTS Have Removed From the Baltzel Building OlfcT -- H101 Mrs Cordelia Kendall on Broadway Mr McClure Kelley of Hopkins ville is visuing the family of his uncle Mr R K McClure in this city Mrs W L Ringo and children left Wednesday for Ashland to join her husdand and make that city their future home Mr J Ben Schweers of Augusta Georgia and Miss Rosa Harman of Louisville are visiting Mrs Schweers on High street Miss Sallie McConnell who has been visiting the Misses Tanner in this city returned to her home in Lexington Monday Mr J W Gayle left Saturday after- Â¬ noon for New York to lay in a large stock of Christmas goods for the Gayle Drug stores of theLtCompte Co Hamilton of Lexington are visiting Misses Mattie and Sadie Tanner Hon Robert C Hill of Beatyville candidate for Congress in the Tenth District was in the city Monday Mr C M Jones of this county has returned from a sojourn of several weeks at Hot Springs Arkansas Mrs Jas W Blackburn of Wash- Â¬ ington City is visiting her father Judge G W Craddock in this city Dr Frank P Green and wife of Little Rock Arkansas are visiting 3I3ST 3TIeE3EI nf AND 102 -- AM STREET- n- TO RjojwlfegjgBtyyv MjEaBr K Basement the Capital Hotel - BSTThcy will fill this space with an entirely new advertisement in a short time ernment Engineers and enters the ti s We congratulate him upon hav Â¬ ing secured so good a position HIS ONE ESISTJOY - ROOMS Kentucky Central Railway BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortestand Quickestruuterroin CKNTRALallKENTUCKY points TO Crowded and Everybody Satisfied and Many Praising Him NORTH EAST WEST AND SOUTHWEST home Hon John G McGuire of Beatty his ville who been visiting daughter Mrs John E Abraham in this city left Tuesday afternoon for Â¬ Mrs Mary Stacker of Philadelphia and Miss Mary Luckott of Clarksville Tennessee are visiting Mrs Judge C Bennett on Shelby street Mrs W G Hunt who has been visiting her mother Mrs JohnAllen Crittenden in this city left yester- Â¬ day morning for her home in GreenÂ¬ Both the method and results when Educational Syrup of Figs is iaken it is pleasant Names number of District and and refreshing to the taste and acts post office address of the teachers gently yet promptly on the Kidneys of Franklin county Ky for the school Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys year ending June 30th 1S91 tem effectually dispels colds headNo 1 Miss Ella Baker Wooklake No 2 Miss Olla B Suttles Benson aches and fevers and cures habitual No 3 R H Graham Frankfort constipation Syrup of Figs is the No 4 J B Dooley Benson only remedy of its kind ever proNo 5 Miss Leonna Jett Jetts duced pleasing to the taste and ac No 6 A J Hulett Tioga No 7 Jeffrey Allison Flag Fork ceptable to the stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its No 8 Geo D Hancock Graefens burg Shelby county effects prepared only from tho most No 9 C H Parrent Forks of Elk healthy and agreeable substances its horn No 10 Miss Florence Hieatt Pols many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most grove No 11 Miss Jessie McKee Farm popular remedy known dale Syrup of Figs is for sale in T0c No 12 W C Guthrie Flag Fork and 81 bottles by all leading drug No 13 T A Brammell Truesville gists Any reliable druggist who Owen county Â¬ may not have it on hand will proNo 14 H W Polsgrove Frankcure it promptly for any one who fort No 15 Miss Mollie Hoover Swit wishes to try it Do not accept any zer substitute Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ KASTL1NEUETWEEN LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI 3IAY11TH 1890 SCHEDULE IN EFKECi South ound No 2 Ex Sun No Daily 4 No 6 Ex Sun No 14 Sunday only Acconi DetCln it Lex Lve Cincinnati lve Covington Falmouth Cyntliiana 8 10am 8 lBam 8 00pm 8 00pm 0 17nm 2 35pm 8 00am 2 45pm 8 18am 4 08pm 1000am a7am 10 00pm 5 07 Din 10 40am 10am iu zapm 5 40pm 11 15am Arr 1aris Lexington lUUOpin 10 55pm 6 30pm 1200 m 11 20am 545pm Lve Paris C20pm Arr Winchester 1205pm 7 30pm Richmond 1 85imi 441111 10 11 J 6HIHiBisBB j5liHIV Stanford Lve Richmond Lancaster 4 1 5 SJOpin 55lni 55pm ArrBerea Livincston North Bound 8051111 5 201111 Â¬ No 13 Accom No 3 Sunday No s No 1 Dally Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sim only bet Lex Cln No 16 Miss ville Mississippi Mrs P BHunt and granddaughter Miss Anna Elise Stone left yesterday doming for their home in Greenville Tississippi er with relatives in this city after spending the Burn- Â¬ We Cant Do It e fort Mrs Julia L Williams Swallowfleld No 18 A N Hancock Harmony Owen county No 19 Miss Corda Adams Zilpah Shelby county No 20 Mrs Allie V Jones FrankNo 17 Elizabeth HahnFrank feSHja CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SAN FRANCISCO CAL LOUISVILLE KY NEW V0RK NY W D REA m d Â¬ KEJiTUClin HOTS Ky SURGEON AND SPECIALIST Ami In chiirgo of tho Eletflcal and Surgical Department of the Coffee Medical Institute Louisville Ky at the must again remind our friends send us anonymous lengthy obit notices that the same will not blished except at half our regu vertising rates No 21 Noel Le2 Flag Fork No 22 S A Hulette Benson No 23 Miss Lou B Cromwell fort Trotting Horse Breeders Association CAPITAL HOTEL FRANKFORT Lve Livincston 8 00am Berea 1025am Arr Richmond 11 45am Lve Stanford 7 00am Lancaster 7 45am Arr Richmond 10 00am Lve Richmond 1 05pm Arr Winchester 1 04pm 2 83pm Paris Lve Lexington 2 00nm 2 45pm Paris Cynthiana a lripm 4 02nm Falmouth B85nm Arr Covincton Arr Cincinnati G 45pm m to C 7 7 48am 7 00am U 10am 15am 4 4 8 23am 0 13am 10 35am 53am 1045am 2 40pm 21pm 3 21pm 44pm 3 40pm 5 26pm 4 35pm fi HOnm G25pm C 38pm 5 35pm 8 45pm Fixing tlic Pipe diver has been at work for the tvo days repairing the break in ater main in the bottom of the the casting for the same having on Wednesday 1 m LEXINGTON KY No 24 W P Marsh Peaks Mill No 25 Miss Nellie Innes Frank- Â¬ OCT 13 14 15 16 17 18 fort No 26 Miss Lucy Pattie Farmdale McEwing Mary Miss No 27 No 28 Frankfort No 29 No 30 31 No m No 32 No 33 Miss Maggie Frankfort Miss Carrie H McEwan Frankfort Garret Reed Harvieland G T Graham Frankfort Mifcs L May Jameson Georgetown Scott county fort Innes Frank- 1890 4 MONDAY OCTOBER 13 estimated 222 Class Trotting PURSE Kentucky Stakes 3 year olds 1C4 noms estimated Ashland Stakes yearlings 5 nominations estimated Blue Grass Stakes year olds 12 noms 1 Day Returning every month durltiis the year Dr Ilea has been connected with the largest 20 hospitals In the country and has no superior InÂ¬ diagnosing and treating diseases and deformi ties He will give 50 for any ease that he civi not tell the disease and where located In live minutes He will return to Frankfort every four weeks this year Treats till Curable Medical and Surgical Dis Â¬ eases Acute fe Chronic Catarrh Diseases of the Eye Ear iNose Throat and Lungs Dyspepsia Urlghts Disease Dia Â¬ 950 betes Kidneys Liver madder Chronic Female and Sex Â¬ 1530 SATURDAY OCT 25 MAYSVILLE BRANCH North Bound Lve Cincinnati Lve Covington Lve Lexington Lve Paris Arr Millersburg Arr Carlisle ExsSn 7 7 8 8 9 10 00 n m 53 a ill 34 ID Daily No ii Dally Ex Sun 2 2 Arr Johnson Arr Maysville 85pm 43pm pin 5 45 p m lOnm 012pm 43 a in GSGpm 4 50 am am 7 8 05 p 8Cpm ra South Bound Lve Maysville Lve Johnson Lve Carlisle I No io Ex Sun 5 20 5 57 G Daily No 12 Daily Ex Sun 135 ual Diseases 1900 G am Â¬ Notice mailing galleys having again ne filled up we have dropped whose subscriptions are run lome time behind to make room iv subscribers who have paid in No No 35 Miss Lizzie MagruderGraef No 36 No 37 D 34 ensburg Shelby county G Wiley Frankfort Bloomington box No 38 No 39 ext Week ice of the brides xJellepoint on Tuesday j oclock p m Mr Frank W d and Miss Bessie Markham will mited in marriage by Rev G F by D D of the Baptist Church young couple will leave on the No 40 No 41 Jasper Dalton Frankfort E It Jones Switzer Ira D Green Zelpah Shel Â¬ by county Miss Lorena Young Frank- Â¬ Miss fort lowfleld C Martin Miss Cora Zelpah Shelby county No 43 R S Dinklo Harp Downey No 44 Miss Maggie No 42 No 45 Miss Mattie Sacroy Switzer No 46 Miss Annie Yarbrough Har Â¬ mony Owen county No 47 TlIOS HbNTKK Fannie Dailey Swal- Â¬ Frankfort rain for a bridal trip More Light County Superintendent Electric Light apital Gas The largest line of heating and Wn arrangements to ex- - cook stoves coal buckets coal vases shovels tongs pokers fire guardB vvervthi tl i nMwrr a in 680pm Arr Lexington a in 7 80pm Arr Covincton 5000 a m G88pm Suffering from Spermatorrhea and Impotency Arr Cincinnati 1400 as the result of self abuse In youth or excess In Nos 13 and 14 Hun Sundajs only and make 10 maturer years nnd other causes producing some all stops i of the following eilects as emissions blotches No 1 Runs dally from Lexington to Cincin Â¬ WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 15 of nati debility nervousness dlzluess confusion Stallion Stake 230 Class SO nominations Ideas aversion to society defecve memory and No 43 Leaves Lexington 1000 a in Arrives 2500 sexual exhaustion which unlit the victim foi Paris 1045 a m Except Sunday estlumtrl 1001 IV III 217Cliss PURSE Arrives business or murrlage are permanently cured by No 8 Leaves Cincinnati 510 p m 240 Cliss Trotting PURSE 1000 remedies not Injurious Falmouth 710 p m Except Sunday Trains Nos 7 and 8 of tho K C Falmouth THURSDAY OCTOBER 16 BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES Accommodation now leave and arrive at the new Trotting PURSE 82CX Fourth street depot Cincinnati between John Special Stakes 9 year olds 13 noms 1500 Sypnllls and complications as sore throat fall and Smith streets Beginning July 1 trains Nos 224 Class Trotting PURSE 1200 lug of hair pain In the bones eruptions etc 1 and G the Lexington Accommodation will also are perfectly eradlcat tl without using mercury use s uae depot FRIDAY OCTOBER 17 or other Injurious drugs 3 runs dully between TRAIN NOTES No Special Stakfs4 year olds 18 noms 15C0 onorrhoea Gleet Stricture and all Urinary Lexington and Cincinnati No 4 runs dally 1500 and Kidney Troubles are speedily cured by treat 218 Class Trotting PURSE between Cincinnati and Lexington 221 Class lacing PURSE 1000 ment that has never failed Nos 2 and G make connections at Winchester M V Ry points on the N N butjeures for Ue undertakes no InuurableEcuses SATURDAY OCTOBER 18 given up to die IMPORTANT Trains of this lino now arrive at 1500 thousands 220 Cluss Trotting PURSE and depart from the Central Union Passenger 229 Class Trotting URSE 1000 Station Cincinnati making connec-Â¬ Futurity Stakes 4 year olds 7 J noms tion tor all points North 700 estimated East and West Itemember tho date and come early as his Through Tickets sold and Baggage checked to MONDAY OCTOBER 20 rooms are always crowded wherever he stops any point reached by a railroad Sp lal day for RECORD MAKING except In CONSULTATION FREE For full particulars address or call on any else of postponement from week previous Correspondence solicited and conlldenttul Ad Â¬ agent of the compuiiy or S F R MORSE W L MUNSON dress Genl PassrAgt Trav Passr Agt CINCINNATI O SEND FOR PROGRAMME Cincinnati O Coffee HEHUNTINIiTONVIce PresGon Manager Guaranteed Stakes 219 Class 11 noms horses to he named October 1st Lexington Stakes 2 year olds 101 noms estimated 220 Class Trotting PURSE TUESDAY OCTOBER 14 A Fositi vo 0 iaaraantee ana Middle 40 Young Aged Men Arr Paris LveMillersburg 7 7 8 10 10 15 40 35 85 45 a m 232pm a in 323 pm a in 347pm pm am 415pm Free-For-A- ll Remember the Date Medical TH Institute ISSR ices started eacli day nt v JOHNSON President 12 in 0 520 FIF STREET Tipton otiry June 31 LOUISVILLE KY O Chamber of Commerco Building Cincinnati ser- Â¬ We now have double dally train NOTE vice on Sundays both ways between Cincinnati and Lexington GENERAL OFFICES Jt Dohonoy of this Mosson- - C i Express O l E DBALBB8 COI Decorations BR0 And Agenta for ygvliicli ttion Shot and Shell r I Ram A ta rk THE LATEST AND BEST NEW TOWN C I the K to a 5ourioi- WEST CLIFTO ft 41 gentlerm n from Bowling Green was cut badly about the faco ancj arms and I think ho was seriously hurt in- Â¬ ternally Another man was so badly hut that we had to take him with the other two to Olympia Tw ladle a mother and daughter were a great deal excited but they were not badly hurt and a few cuts were their only signs of jiaving been injured The gentlemen who had escaped all or serious injury did all in their power to help those who were less fortunate and every man woman and child found a great deal of consolation in the fact that they were all alive and that their escape was miracu ui tfMXd mwt9 lous The wrecking train from Lexington arrived on the scene shortly after 10 ooclock and Dr Scott the companys surgeon soon had every- Â¬ body as comfortably situated as pos- Â¬ Arnica and court plaster sible were used in abundance and the nnoio seriously hurt were given the opportunity for that day This closest personal attention by Dr improvement is an should be em- Â¬ that Both the gentlemen were Scott unconscious when I left but the braced by all physicians expressed it that neither Boys as a general thing are always would die ready with an answer for every ques- Â¬ The wreckers went immediately tion that may be put them I chanced to work clearing the track but it to meet an urchin one day this week took them thirteen hours to do so who said his name was Edward Tay- Â¬ The day coach was tho only ono lor coming from a fishing excursion which could be put back on the track Ho was wet to the wait walking at a and all they could do with this was rapid gate carrying in one hand a to drag it on the side track and leave pail and in the other a tremendous it The other cars were still lying bull frog T spoke to him and he down tho embankment to day when I spoke to mo Ho was a talkative litpassed back The regular morning tle fellow and as he had all the ap train picked up all the passengers pearance of a fisherman I thought who cared to go ahead and nearly all mv ATinAnfiitiifif ttrna of Vinr1 a T we e sent on their way Some few asked my question Ed what kind of came back to Lexington where they a person does it take to be a success- Â¬ will remain a few days to get over ful fisherman Ho took his seat upon All the cars a stone and the following is the an Â¬ the nervous shock were more or less crushed in and the swer I received If you care about loss to the company will be several catching any fish when you go you thousand dollars The engine ran had better not go in the winter if nearly a mile after breaking its draw you dont want to fall in with a sunbar and consequently it was not hurt stroke you had better not go in mid at all The engineer brought it back summer The best time to go is and helped to clear things away when you feel like it Never take a woman with you when you do go unless you want to mangle angle Gas Well worms and cut bait all the time you must have a great deal of patience to Nip evil in the bud Drink sulphur become a first class fisherman you must not expect to cet a bite for the water Miss Emma Slusher went to Mt first two or three days you must not Sterling Monday to spend a few days swear cough or blow your nose as with her many friends of that place they dont seem to care to listen to Mr J W Tremere loft last Saturday such things To be a No 1 fisherman for his new home in Nicholasville you must get up early put on an old suit of clothes light boots or worn May success attend him Congleton Bros have erected a neat out shues a str iw hat dig up a pint little cottage on the Taylortown road or two of good worms take an old which adds very much to tho appear- boat that leaks a little so that you can sit with your feet in the water ance of things in that vicinity Mr Geo E Frazior returned last row out into the stream follow its Sunday from an extended visit to source for four or five miles stay friends in Clifton and Versailles there rogardless of rain or sunshine bringing homo with him two very thunder lightning darkness light thirst danger or any other cause un- Â¬ fine mares was approached tho other day by til your oyo balls stick out of your I a rather surly looking follow who head and your joints feel like old asked mo tho following question rusty gate hinges and your spinal Say Mister is thero a Constitutional column is as curvilinear as an angiy Convention in Frankfort if so what toni cats and if it happons that you I answered by saying dont catch many fish you can con- is it doing thero was a convention of that kind solo yoursolf with tho thought that in tho city but if he wanted to know you are a sponiman and that fishing what they were doing ho would have is a healthy exercise Uood oyo mil D li Al to inquire further on Bro Geo can lor you toll him WILL YOU SUFFER with dyapop Tho teachers of Franklin county Shilohs should romembor that next Saturday siu and Liver Complaint is tho day for tho regular monthly Vitulizer is guaranteed to curo vou 27 meeting ot tho County Teacnors7 As- For sale by J W Gayle sociation and that said association THAT HACKING COUGH can bo will meet at tho Forks of Elkhom Everyone should bo there to ouroll as so quickly cured by Shilohs Oi re a member of tl o Teachers Heading Wo guarantee it For sale by J W 27 Gaylo Circle which will bo organized King crash camo Sr to trot a had lust irono one c drink of water and this act saved his life Ho hud no soonor closed the door of the first coach than there was a sud Â¬ den jerk wlieh I understood only to well The axle of the tendor directly bohindtho engine had brokon and I lan toward the door I could not open it and beforo I could get to the other end of my car the tender had jumped the track Then beforo one can imagine it every car of the train was off Up and down they bumped and then down I went I was thrown Into one corner between my big safe and the wal of the car Heavy boxes piled all about me and I wis so pinned down that I could not move This is all that kept me from being mashed to death Then thero camo one great crash when the hcreams of the men and women be hind me mado the wreck awful in the extreme Rails and cross ties were torn up for over 2U0 yards and The dirt ilew in overy direction diaw bar of the engino broke and down tho embankment went tint bag gago car Over and over I went rml when my car finally stopped it was fully twenty llVH ffetnwiiy from tho track lying in such a position that I was pinned almost upright ot my head The smoking iv had jumped the track and was standing exactly sideways aerobs the tiaek Tho day coach find turned ovr twifo bind ing on its side while- tho big sleeper w s lying bottom up about twenty feet away Thero were only about twenty live pcoplo on tho train and there was the greatest consternation I managed to get among them myself out of my car and ran back to the sleeper The other trainmon did likewise and it did not take long to find out that no one had been killed One gentleman who was from How- Â¬ ling Green had a bad gash four inches long on his head while his face was also badly cut Another Â¬ Â¬ Wo woi thirty five n Jflri llffO n the Wall Paper I1AIINESS A VULL 2SBBJfii2M5 Laflin UilUui pv PLASTEB CEMENT GUAS3 OILS LEAD AND MIXXD PAINTS PICftr BH0VEL8 CROW BARS DRILLS IRON AND STEEL NX OF SKWEH AND FLUE PIPE COR BROADWAY AND LKW1S ST JTUNKFODT A LlilK VIRGINIA great event The public sale of a limited number af lots owned by the Chcsapcak and Ohio Development Company on DR ELLIOTTS 8ft5S2 frV COKrtSa Medicated Food Wednesday Oct 15 1890 A Suro Curo for all Disoases in UtXt gattv - J V 1 HORSES Cattle Sheep ami Hogs Arising from Impurltlo3 of tho Elocd and froni Functional Derangements A DEAD l - - tj SHOT ON WORMS AND CERTAIN -- H Wet Clifton Forge s practically a Chcsapcak and Ohio Railway town The C and O Railway Company is parent of the town and is fathering it and will use all It has now larye ail fair means to make it a prosperous city It- success is assured road shops and cais rolling mills pipe works and other enterprises expected It is the - PREVENTION OF HOG CHOLERA iFOK W Chapman SALE AB ZBSr Florian Woodlake END OF THREE DIVISIONS OF THE C 0 RAILWAY 0 ft Crulrher Frankfort Druggist L A Owen Jett jgH Practical manufacturing Furriers All crews change here Twelve to eighteen hundred men to be employed in railroad shops and on trains Ir pulation of several thousand people assuicd in a few yean A second Roanoke as a railroad town and a money making point the Altrona of tho South Sites donated and aid extended and low freight rate- - will be offered to deserv Â¬ ing enterprises Iron ore on the property in great ninindance and of eceilent quality coke and coal close by Seveial iron furnaces in successful oppcration mi Mto cxaraiarasrAxi - DISPLAY SEAL - SKIN - GARMENTS AND NOVELTIES IN A Progressive Manufacturing Point k The town now on a big boom money and a prosperous and populous city assured being made rapidly Hundreds of houses needed at once Mechanics carpenters Attend masons etc can find employment Just the place for business of all kinds the sale of lots October 15th buy a few lots and double your money in a few weeks Investments made here are absolutely safe Address for pamphlets and maps m IB Miitm HH OCT 16 AT tt EAKLE 17 ODonnells AUGUST DONOVAN Clifton Forge Virginia Agents of the Chesapeake and Ohio Development Company Weilzel R K McCLURE Is receiving daily his Fall Stock of a Â¬ m BSTDontpurcliase before seeing them DO NOT SUFFER LONGER ANY TS ju fliilu J m statement correct 0 Knowing that a cough can bo ohecked in a day and the first stagos of consumption broken in a week we hereby guarantee Dr Ackers En glish Cough Remedy and will refund the money to all who buy take it as per directions and do not find our Â¬ J W Gayle Druggist Â¬ FOE iVl S-Xj- E- Â¬ Â¬ TY FORMER RESIDENCE AND FARM AD- Jdcent to Hrlily enort Immediately on the con- Louisville pike S miles from Iruikfort tiiliiluc 39 tiered ot llrst quality land well sup family use plied with water both for stock and there being two tine springs and a good well thereon dame Is well improved us to fencing Ac The residence burn and all necessary out- Â¬ houses Including Ice home are In good condi- Â¬ tion For terms anil further particulars apply to me ut my residence 41H Broadway Frankfort Â¬ We have a large stock of the very best goods and having bought before the big advance in leather can for the present give our friends goods at the ol prices Our Ky Oct ll G W CllINN 3m WM CROMWELL L ATTORN AW EY-AT-j BUELL BOOT Are the only real water proc boots Our RBAI BSTATB AGENT and tha adjoining counttea and will alao Kin aMelal attention o the purchas ol raal wUta collection of r nta clalnu and aale uu tue ivgvuauoB 01 WILL PRACTICE IN THE COURTS 01 i loom oppostti RAILROAD BOX BOO Are extra Our Â¬ 250 iji i BOw Is we think best for the mon iu the country Â¬ WS - gummunnsrfiaaia i i u PttAMFOJIT ROUNDABOUT Entered at tho posl oOlco at Knuikfort Kentucky as second class mailable matter GEO A K M crowd in town Monday was as re Â¬ spectable in appearance and as or Â¬ derly as any which assembles in FRANKFORT OCTOUKK 11 18510 Lexington on court days That some few of them were under the influence of liquor we do not deny but if the Soixtli Si8c Property Sold writer of the abovo means to say that he saw as many as live drunken Mr Franks Nail of thin county men together upon the streets on purchased on Monday he house and that day he states that which is with lot of Mr 1 Russell Williams on Con Â¬ out foundation in fact way street for ilfteen hundred dol- Â¬ lars The lot is 4S hv 200 foet More of tlie Same Sort Â¬ LEWIS Editor and 1abltslier corners completely blocking thingB WEST Lexington Leaders Frankfort corre Â¬ i spondent The above is a gross slander upon A Town Tliat Is XSackc tho people of Franklin county The Leading C and O Ka m and Mantel Setting law y BHU ni iS way People fio run Mt unites wood ur Iron man- 11 nil klliiw nl tllit unrk Till on nut nt Tiioon Ami street K 1OW Kit jrlMirtl Til V UlmlltU 111 I tHMM Til Ih fNruns E SOUTH SIclt the J o have i ft a ti 4 f i SV BSl Ik Wh ss r Theartillcial stone pavement has been put down in front of Messrs Mr J Gayle of tins city was a Gray Churchs hardware store and O train Satur Â¬ passenger on the C Dr U V Williams had a walk made day night which was wrecked near of it from his front door to his yard Olympia Station on his way to New gate audit isalsobeinglaidinfrontof York and was the only man in the the new building of Messrs Cruteher sleeper who escaped unhurt Starks That which was laid on m St Clair street last spring is giving Married its LouisviIle perfect satisfaction and standing tho wear first rate Mis3 Ilattie I Buckley formerly of this city and Mr Oscar II Bcvan of Imminence Shooting Louisville were married Wednesday at the home of the brides parents in Frank Paul who was a resident of Louisville Ilev George Darsie of this city several years ago was shot this city performed the ceremony twice and dangerously wounded at Sunday Eminence Married at Georgetown Town Marshal Alex C morning by Scott also a Mr George Inman of Covington former resident of this county and and Miss Lizzie Parker youngest city Paul and an Irshman by the daughter of Mr Mike Parker of this name of Shea were drunk and resist- Â¬ city eloped Monday morning and ed arrest Paul drawing a pistol were married at the Lancaster Hotel whon the Marshal opened fire upon in Georgetown that evening by Rev him J RSavage of the Methodist Church Escaped Injury at West Clifton Forge Va thirty five miles east of the famous White Sul Â¬ phur Springs is enjoying a remarka Â¬ ble growth backed as it is by leading ollicials of the C and O Railway It is already a town of 1000 people cen Â¬ trally located with half a dozen fur naces in operation within a radius of five miles and is the terminus of three divisions of tlie C and O Rail Â¬ way Tho new ear and machine shops are located at West Clifton Forge and all crews change there The first auction sale of lots occur October 15 an advertisement of which appears in another column and ex Â¬ cursion rates will be made from this section of Kentucky The sale will be under the auspices of the Chesa peake and Ohio Development Com Â¬ pany Decatur Axtoll President and George W Lewis General Manager Messrs Eakle August and Donovan are agents and will furnish further in- Â¬ formation Â¬ FOR BAKE1 A lJARUAlN A feet on Iojati In Ninth Htr it lit a en Tlilid unit Campbell SCOTT A MOIHTT Ktitlikrort Oct 11 lin 11AV12 FOR WI5 nice ImllilliiR SAM lot at io Will JvO K C m s our patronage wagon wllimj aim iiiiiveifJ and j iresiil KM AT meats am- 47 imiMt Is solicit tlBb tf an cirat TVTOTKT IS UKRKIIV il FN THAT Till KOI 1 lowlii tnrins iiie posted mid ah hunters are warned to keep oil of Mild promises unllie law 1 s Wllon W 11 vlll bu jitrlctly oiilonvd 1 Caulk lirrent loe lnuent 11m Hawkins i Tom Illlntt lien Klllott Oitli Wlieit W Hull A Julian H Blown W H laneiit Tom Wilson W i Sargent Cliarlej Jenkins 6 lin 1 NOTICE Rent or H S MATTEBJST j TEES W Farm for rTHE 1 sale Â¬ splendid farm of Sirs M J Dudley situ ated one mile from Frankfort on tlio Ver 5 acres Is fo sailles pike eontalnlnu about saloon reasonable terms or will lie rented for 1 18U1 the ji nrlHKlnultig March For particu lars apply to FRANK CHINK 334 MAIN STREET Â¬ FRANKFORT KY Dr Morris Monument Un Â¬ FOR SALE AT llHMUSALE OK THEiMD tho farm of Cai t Sam Steele 1Iiiroii the Kentucky river miles below rank fort containing 214 acres no of It In hluecrass tenein it dwellliic house and out bulldliiKs houses Ianc barn and stables all In ood cot Jl tlon Will sell at the same tlmo stock and en i carriage biifwy wagon and fanning Implements SKI WILLOctober fyJtoHigfoiijilinlj veiled Caujjlst His Man Chief of Police B B Je flora was sent by Gov Buckner last week to Ne braska to arrest a fugitive from jus tice by the name of George Keller who is charged with the murder of Jacob 0 Catron at Catlettsburg six years ago and succeeded in bagging his man at Plattsmouth in that State Â¬ Â¬ Mouse and Lot Sold If j i on Mondav Mrs T J Chesnutt has sold her house and lot on Third street adjoin- Â¬ ing the residence of Mr W H Posey to Mr John C Mastin for thirteen hundred and fifty dollars The lot is 52 by 210 feet with a ten foot alley running from the rear of the lot out to Main street Mr Mastin will tear the old house away and build a neat residence upon the lot in the spring Aai Old Timer Locked in tlie Churcli A if Ev Capt Ed Montgomery of St Louis Mo spent several days in this city the first of the week visiting the fam- Â¬ ily of Mr Jos Cox The Captain was for fifty years a steamboatman upon the Mississippi river and her tributaries and is now engaged in writing a book of memoirs He has many old friends and relatives in this city who were glad to see him looking so hale and well preserved Â¬ L 3 Deatli of Col EZambrxck The fine stallion Col Hambrick the property of Mr Jesse Hambrick of Stamping Ground died Saturday night of llatulant cholic He was by Dictator and was the sire of Thalia He was val226 and Daphne 225 ued at 5000 and was bred by Messrs W J W II Lewis of this county but was never trained as his left shoulder was shrunken He was a very promising sire and his death is i great loss to the trotting tmf Â¬ I Fine Fillies Sold ol eder of Benson the fine horse has sold to Mr es Goins of Millville the fol- lg fillies Mealy by Gold Dust by Paddy Burns and Dutch by Mambrino Patchen dam by Both Dust Prices private e animals and it took a very few s for Dave and Mr Goins to as the latter knows a good when he sees it Mr Goins ex- to handle a good many fine rs and has provided himself track to develop their speed Dave Moore olice Officer Sued Joe Showalter ys Messrs Scott through his at- Violett has labt Monday at a oople and vehicles he could not get oi the way that two orced a negro who was run into cart j a wheel to throwing and break him into a his endangering his life street and m ht suit against Officer Larkin 1000 damages His petition re- that while sitting in his road Maifcet Sunday night feel asleep in the gal- Â¬ lery during the services and did not Gone to wake up until after the congregation had gone home and the Church A fine looking quartette leave this locked up Some of neighbors heard morning on the Ellen N for the lither cries and summoned the sexton tle city surrounded by mountains and who released her from her imprison- almost hid from sunlight Messrs Fred Schapperle John Alfolter John ment Flach and Dr C E Mooney visit Frankfort on the Kentucky river for Snooting at Stamping the express purpose of buying the Ground village and bringing the Capital to Lexington Brother Lewis will look On Sunday afternoon two negroes kindly upon the emissaries and not by the name of Norman FitzIIugh get jealous They will visit the Peni- Â¬ tentiary the cemetery and the arse- Â¬ and Edward Brent who were playing nal if they get hungry stuff their cards out in the woods got into a craws to repletion Lexington Tran- Â¬ fuss oyer the game which resulted in script of Thursday Brent drawing a pistol and shooting Anj party that Dr Mooney chaper FitzIIugh inflicting a wound which ones is always welcome to Frankfort it is thought will prove fatal Brent and had they shown up at headquar- Â¬ ters would have taken pleasure in has skipped out looking after their wants As they Ingomar Sold failed to take away the Capitol the river or any of our other possessions J N Abraham have we presume they were not properly Messrs J E sold the Steamer Ingomar to Messrs equipped Perhaps you had better Jolly Bros of Wheeling West Vir- Â¬ fit out another expedition Major ginia and she has left the Kentucky river trade which now leaves the Court Day river to tho Steamers Lancaster and Falls City the Hibernia still being The attendance upon County Court engaged in transporting a ereus on on Monday was much larger than for the Mississippi River several months and the offering of m stock was unusually large Quite a Won tlie Medal number of suckling and yearling mules were offered and brought fare Mr Geo F Berry won the medal for the best average made by any prices The auctioneers were kept member of the Spring Hill Gun Club busy most of the day making sales during the shooting season which and business was lively upon the closed Friday afternoon His average streets and prices were fair Mr H F Showalter auctioneer reports the being 872 per cent following sales 13 head of cattle at Burglarized 1440 per head 7 horses 23 29 64 62 and 87 54 50 pair of mules The grocery and pool room of 13550 2 cows 19 and 27 8 head of Messrs Henry Dean on the corner calves 845 per head 1 mule 03 of Clinton and Washington streets Mr Diamond Bently auctioneer 8 head was broken into Saturday night and reports tho following of the cash drawer robbed of twenty five horses from 25 to 110 9 or thirty dollars steers at 1320 per head 11 steers at 1750 per head 4 milch Blooming a Second Time cows from 15 to 2675 at the First Presbj erian Church little colored girl went to church La Grange Ky Oct 1 -- The monument of Dr Robert Morris the eminent poet laureate of Masonry was formally unveiled here Tuesday The members of tlie Grand Lodge All sums under 20 cash oer that amount C were present in full force The cele months credit with good securityI STKFLE MAHY biated DeMolay Commandery No 12 For Sale by aiigMd Administratrix Knights Templar and Louisville Commandery acted as escort to the Grand Lodge and Past Grand Master Hiram Bassett was the presiding olfi Druggist cer Fiiankun Collar of Co ion Iikas Old Market house Corner The above specimen of the news Mahv 7 WatkIss ahmx Ac - ICY- ITKyVTVIiirOXfcT items furnished by boiler plate VfcUUS In Equity Mar 1 lyr houses is clipped from the columns of PUIL1I1 A WaTKINS itC mjalnst the one of our exchanges In view of the of All ptisans having claims are hereby est ite II Watklns deceasel notified fact that the monument was not com- Â¬ to Hit the saints before me proven according to November pleted on the first of October the law on or before the 17th day ofCROMWKII lbi WM Master Commissioner V C C P Grand Lodge was not present in La- Â¬ Oct 11 it grange at the time referred to Louis- Â¬ ville and DeMolay Commanderies did 1 not act as escort to the Grand Lodge on that clay Past Grand Master Bas- Â¬ sett did not officiate as Grand Master BLUE CtBASS NURSERIES and tho monument has not yet been The BEST FLOUR is the unveiled it strikes us that the item TMMLNSE STOCK OF FRUIT AND ORNAMKK is indeed news especially to the citi- Â¬ 1 tal trees Grapevines Asparagus small tres and everjtlilngfor the law n orchard and zens of LaGrange Kunlen We have no agents but sell direct at NOTIGE J W GAYLE 1 JZiJLilLj 1890 Frankfort low prices to the planter Write for catalogue to H F HILLENMEYER Sept 2 lni Lexington Kj CREAM FARM FOR SALE T OFFER FOR SALK AT A JREAT HARCiAIK 1 my farm containing 170 acres at the mouth of Elkhori on the Kentucky river In Franklin Is iiostly bottom land and Is suitable county for the cultivation of corn and tobacco It Is finely watered by ponds and springs and has about W acres well set In bluegrass It has upon It a gocJ residence good barn and other neces Â¬ sary out buildings so located as to make a de- Â¬ lightful home For terms call on or address my attorneys Scott it Violett Frankfort Ky 1G aug Cm MAHY F QUARLES Â¬ FLOUR 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 1 Executors Sale SATURDAY OCTOBER 18TH 1890 1 WILL sell on the premises two miles from Bridge port and one and a half miles from Benson Sta- Â¬ tion In Franklin county COO acres of land on the r ual terms one third cash and balance In one and two years Some of these are excellent tobacco lands and will be sold In lots to suit purchasers I will also sell at the same time 2G head of cat- Â¬ tle 4 horses 1C hogs 3 stacks of oats also hay 0 shocks of corn and all the household l barn and kitchen furniture and wagons ploughs and farming lmple nents also spring wagon and sur- Â¬ rey Personal property on u credit of 6 months with approved security JOHN C RUSSELL Executor 1 t of Mrs A M Russell Â¬ Dr W I Kelley OF CINCINNATI WILL BE AT THE OHIO HOTEL 1NFBANKKORTKY FRIDAY OOT 17 1890 FRIDAY NOV 7 1890 FRIDAY NOV 28 1890 Pules J E it sons BLEEDING Chloroform BLIND or ITCHING Cured without any surgical operation and with little or no pain FLOUR M AMD ARCTIC Ligature or Knife thli mode of treatment I not necessary with FISTULA IN ANO Is cured FISSURES Cored without cutting or tearing The Best in the World Use no Other Are You a Baptist J ULCERATION CATARRH By Profession By Education Of the bowel cured Dr Helly has now been visiting this cltyraga arly for nearly seven jtain and tle many cures he has maoe bmoug the wealthy and lnnumtlh citizens are sunlclent evidence of his success dl It lb now a well established fact that many enses of the stomach liver kidney bladder womb and nervous system are either caused ol lururavated by the coexistence of PILES VISTU Â¬ LA PISSUBE or RECTAL ULCKB REFERENCES Slanderous Statement mnkfort desires to retain the she should suspend the Court during tho session of lvention as it may have a de- chances i eilecfc upon herand thaw -Court By Association The Pear trees upon tho farm of A Good Showing If one and you are not alieady taking It jou Mr E P Bryan and a cherry tree need belonging to Mr Chas Featherston A H McClure Frankfort Ky An official count of mail dispatched Richard Ferguson Frankfort Kf are in bloom for a second time this from the office in this city from Sept THE EXAMINER W J Huxhes Frankfort Ky year David Moore Benson Kv 29th to Oct 5th inclusive 15255 let- Â¬ DR KEELEYS office and residence Is at HI ters 848 local letters 2136 postal 11 Granted a Pension West Eighth street Cincinnati and where ht cards 400 local postal cards 3225 may be found every day of each week EXCEPT Green Clay Smith has been packages of second class matter 2500 EAST WEST NORTH SOUTH repleading Gen PEIDAIB AND SATUEDAYS the granted a pension on Saturday for transient newspapers 22500 pieces than denomination of the wholo coiitiy lather Pamphlets describing these diseases and thll any part theieof third class matter 200 parcels mer- Â¬ Send 2 the price of one vears subscription mode of treatment sent free U any one by a service during the late war EXAMINER Box 0OG1 New c 47 foreign letters 150 addressing THE receive the paper for fifteen dressing chandise York City and KELLEY M D Bakers Famous Headache Specific official post master letters 300 official inonths from October 1 16JO to January 1 W Pdicinos fail It government business s where other Total 47501 269 West Eighth St Cincinnati O THREE MONTHS FREE UT CONSULTATION FREE --fH ling clerk if Dr E M Gobor Frankfort Ky Franklin Morris Rraefensburg J T Staten Frankfort Ky v tinrhai iMi ffrnnkfort Kv Rev L P Hulett Benson Ky JSV I Oct U lt DU3MI ISLm SSKHI ft ittfl Is I A JflMK - HP 1 am c 1 nake a change in my business that is to soil the Dry Goods branch out entirely consisting of a full assortment of the latest and most desirable line of m BB The same Jf Imporce 0 Jind I From the cheapest to the finest and ail 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 llrffii c - UFAfte FbJ WEST 3 5 i L H5a 52BK8 So I will make such low prices as will sell them In 5fi0 a m 825 a m 213 p m 512 p m This Barbie i at once Call early while my stock is yet complete and ycu will Ol 1 WW sJia KaB3 S3 SAVE TIME TABLE nkimr effect Sundny Mny 12th 188 h following time tablo will bo in effect lion this road IL TUAINB HOUTII FULLY 50 PER CENT CIIOLY SZOiSXSSSBXnm Tlic Best That the host is not always the cheapest every one knows but when anything contains more desirable features than any other and at even a less cost then indeed it may well be styled the best In speaking of the wonderful suc Â¬ cess of the Association he represents Mr Fuller the general agent says one reason we are so well liked is be Â¬ cause we do not misrepresent we employ none but gentlemen to solicit business and instruct them to only make a plain business like statement of the benefits to be derived as our patrons on finding that we do more for them then we give them reason to expect become our greatest help LINCOLNS HIELAN ED HARRIS FRANKFORT ZD HP 4 No Money Required of Responsibly Parties to Commence Treat- rnent His Sympathetic Nature and Iiis Farly fortune Ho2MonvosFrnnkfort Thirteenth Regular Visit KY WEDNESDAY OCT 29 T 03jTZjjT 3y Consultation antl Examination No 17 loaves Frankfort No 21 leaves Frankfort No U leaves Frankfort THAINB N0UT1I 010 p m 512 p rn No 24 arrives Frnnkfort No 23 makes connection at Lnrniigii for Cincinnati and at Anchorago for No 18 leaves Frankfort No 20 leaves Frankfort No 22 leaves Frankfort 1003 a m f00 p in Bloomiiold No 21 makes connection at Lagrange for Cincinnati and at Anchorngo for in SBCiiring new business Then again Bloomileld he continued everyone appreciates E P BRYAN the advantage of handling his own Agent being at liberty to make money KY MIDLAND B RAILWAY TRAINS HUH CENTRAL STAC TIE 1NuHNu4 A No3Kol P M AM 30515451 31S 553 82G 607 Lv Ml M KranklortAr Elklioni 383 G 22 415 u5o 430l70J StmiJriil ieortfetown Ar Paris Newtown Ceiitrevllle IjV Snlter 108 J5752 8 10 S4174U life s BUj741 4421720 8AfiSS 829 li23 810 000 Cres- Â¬ 1 J2072a 51t55 Connections tit ieorgetown with Queen it cent Tor Cincinnati multlie Hast rM A M j M 305 545 Lv 415 1555 620 1015 Ar Frankfort fieorietowti Cincinnati Ky Ar Iy Central Ry I fir14 03 810 - Connections at Paris with r f m I A Ml LV A m 1 i 305 54 415 055 505 Georgetown Ar TMaysvllle Frankfort 7 47 10 45 Paris Cincinnati Ar 10 ftt 810 854 055 810 i00 235 B101025Ar 780 125 Ar 520112451 Ar Winchester Richmond Lv 520 155 Lv 7151 Lv 010I SHORTEST QUICKEST ROUTE -- TO Cincinnati and the East GEO B nARPER Gen Superintendent B T FARMER V L CLARK CItv Ticket Act GenFrelpht Pass A Et i i FfiANKFOJIT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT OCTOBER 11 1890 Another Boat Gone Capt W T Gaines has chartered the Steamer Lancaster to parties who will run her betweon Natchez and Vicksburg on the Mississippi river and has retired from stoamboating Died in tlie Pen John M Neaves a convict sent to the Penitentiary for life from Bracken county for the murder of his father an old man 70 years of age died 411 that institution on Wednesday of heart disease He had served only two years m Dr W I Kelley will make his usual to this city on Friday monthly visit next October 14th He will bo at the Capital Hotel on that day whera ho can bo found by those needing his Of Cincinnati services Dont forgot the date SLEEPLESS NIGHTS mado miser Â¬ able by that terrible cough Shilohs Cure is the Remedy for you For sale 27 by J W Gayie anu any settlement with his debtor that he cares to In short having full con- Â¬ trol of his accounts all the time and the Association to furnish the force The to bring about the results records too are of the greatest ad Vr ntage as a member can get the ex- Â¬ perience of other dealers with those parties reported without any risk to Himself so you see that alone is mininiont rn nniisn nnvmia to Irnni nn his membership Soma people when approached to become members will say well we dont think accounts we cant get that you would have much eifect onto such great heart nearly boke After Ann died savs Uncle I ask if they think we could people on stormy have kept up for over eight years if Billy blew the rain nights when the against the roof we could not get accounts that ordi- wind nary means would fail to collect Abe would set thar in the grocery his and when we show positive evidence his elbows on his knees his face in hands and the tears runnin of open accounts from three to fifteen years collected with interest that iiiruugu jus ringers 1 nareu to see him feel bad an Id say Abo dont usually causes them to fall in line u OOIi P J cau Well 1 must say good bye and get Blll the nuns a ialhn on you are in Louis jielP to work Say when ville call and see me you know my nei who can sympa- There re number 730 Seventh St tnizo with J overpowering grief this as uiey ininii oi a lost loved one wnen tne rains a lailin on her Have Finished What adds poignancy to the grief Mr Robert Choate of the firm of some time is the though that the lost Wakefield of Frankfort one might have been savrd Choate Fortunate and their force of men composed of son of CoronaindeedI is Willam John- Â¬ L a builder who Mr ii M Hansbrougli JM h Le Last February Compte Clifford Young and Robert writes June 28 18J0 Breckinridge Baler who had the con- on returning from church one night my tract for doing the inside carpentors paindaughter complained of having a in her ankle The pain gradu- Â¬ Invest- Â¬ work for the Three Forks extended until her entire limb ment Gos large and elegant hotel ally swollen and very painful to the Tlu Eminent Specialist formerly resident Physician of the Phila Ulphia General ffes finished their work last Saturday ana was touch We called a physician who fttal Physician in charge of the Ohio MeUual Instiitit Cincinnati Ohio has for left Monday morning for their homes after twenty nve year successfully devotetl his time to the treat- ent of his spec at the Capital City afte a three ed it careful examination pronounc- Â¬ disease the kidneys of ialties ne succefslully treas a curab e cases of Chnmir mi Vvf at this place It can standing Allofwe could do did long months sojourn not uiseasts be easily seen by a glance at the work ins treatment is based on the largest experience after thorough educational preparation which this firm has just completed seem to benefit her until we tried that they work none but the best Warners SafetoCure from the first she improve When she Bheumatlsra eufntlallr skilled men in their line of business commenced of hr dttoos t delaj lr not cured It loal to enlarged rroetate glaof lata premature decay commenced taking it she could not trmm allItHorv Invutlpntlio jtrovesiliic It iloubt ctfni voui dcrilitr and perfect restoration to Vie guarantee a curi bonJ Three Forks Enterprise upon Kill o haie for rar tmtnl health and phjilci uchcaaea and a wh phenoni turn over in bed and could jus move rheumatic Toe deforraltli j nni heart affection rauiUInc from uccii have for To the made a apec her hands a little but to dav she is as treatment iDttanimatlooi mar all be avoided or cured tj cur the dideaieM Ladles Xj Nltjcterthf jonnthe lufferingi of onitn of world are borne if viomcu W well as she ever was I believe I owe Brighls DlBC oO of the KUneri the remit of fault eauiie of these diejie U md kllbout reaaon thdi Pure Pleasant irotrlr iinderitood tne recovery ol my daugnter to its nitrltloBotrr alimulatloaor the me vt lra refer rtmedlea to certain and complete Our lare liopual eaperiencce uere se the Mow of uri ce to undertaal thee cae nil trial thitn from tbelati And highly effective These are use JJseaoca of tho xJlseatlvo Organs are the most fre lincataMdixiint Lical trejtnent vhih o many obj queiiUaimior thoiaoru luii dUtjin liieiila Liver Cora rarelj linlneiejirr OurtreiiDcnt U ly lomtltut mediqualities possessed by the new Idaliw Conitlrailon and Chroma lHarrhej all result In Imir local remedie wita latch wo the patient ini Title cine -- Dr Hales Household Tea the The Frankfort Brick Co have for feetu nutrltiiu jfaul renJir lire iilkml Karl interfcreiHC li thcmaelveH at their ovn hooies lt trict t ft inniv llnii dnjM great Blood Purifier and Nerve Tonic sale 800000 of tho best burnt and youne Mcnho are rarldlv approaehiBc In anltr and Phlllj Oonkri3VuotiLeUudeVnit7VreV i i k Itjhas no equal as an alterative act- Â¬ smoothest mado brick in tho market deatlifroiuaterithib ti wl do rl1 inrmulni ti We hat habits are the reiullof cure uch ing directly upon the liver and kid at lowest prices Leave orders at cases Mtboul fall We dieane not ice andccLilJioie and thousands of dollars in tl ua aui mener to caia inc lntlte our lulleit iu tut uiteviiuu proniie you relief neys and upon the nerve centres re- John T Buckleys St Clair St 5 lt Epilepsy or Fita ThU phenomena of ma iddloARed Men who obscrre certain irritatlonj of Tteni storing the entire system to a healthy result of the bkdhr au urethra or aior intjare nub inlimenta In ljrmetho1 the treatment dlae located in tne ntrre of isli entlrelf our own theuriue fhoiridaiall thetuitioscfii irtatcifnt huh svmt action giving brightness to the eyes admitted by the Uidu are Indiealiom of jimina weakreM whleh admit o no cure In the roon bet lUouusu of the world to rrodu doblllutM utjccts inducing sweet refreshing sleep and THAT TERKIB5UE COUCH Smtv person coniultinir ti shotiltl bring or making it a pleasure to live in the morning hurried or difficult Will Mllimlt to a thoroiiLlt imcrosronicil eiiininiiiniicncl four to six ounces of their i i iml enjoyment of perfect health This In the which will be furniwht athc nitlcnt llc anu breathing raising phlegm tightness Wc cure oUI casts whuh have baffled the skill nTother plticuns Whv all remedies is for sale at 50 in the chest quickened pulse dull Â¬ finest of Because our oxt Lricnce enaolci u to ri cognize the cuuxen nf iht ae cents per package at South Side drug ness in the ovoning or sweats at Wo invite all who have failed tobultt rktl ilscwhcre to consult us All curable as store night all or any of these things are uu irintucil trcnutl by mail and 1atierts Carpenter P If Where possible pcisoiiil tonjultation It preferable cxpiess stages of consumption Dr of tiuestions stnt free on application the first Ackers English Cough Remedy will All and correspondence strictly symptoms OUR VERY UJEST PEO Â¬ cure these fearful ivc guarantee and ia part ofenscs United States anil Canada conttiiental Treatment sent C O D tc the di e with stamp lor reply by sold under a posif PLE fl J W Gayle Druggist G Confirm our statement when wo say C that Dr Ackers English Remedy is SHILOHS VITALIZER is what you P O 130X 703 in every way superior to any and all need for Constpation Loss of Appeother preparations for tho Throat tite Dizziness and all symptoms of and Lungs In Whooping Cough and Dyspepsia Prico 19 and 75 cents per Croup it is magio and relieves at 27 once We offer you a samplo bottle bottle For sale by J W Gayle BRYANT free Remember this Remedy is sold STRATTON OoLLEb c Cows fok Sam Fresh Jersey on a positivo guarantee cows for sale at the Clarke place on jrw Qayle Druggist tho Louisville pike 9 Write for Citiloiue ami full Injormiit ion L Â¬ I 1 Those who saw much of Abraham Lincoln during the later years of his life were greatly impressed with the expression of profound melancholy his fare always wore in repose Mr Lincoln was of a peculiarly sympathetic and kindly nature 03STS These strong characteristics influenc- Â¬ ed vcj happily as it proved his en- Â¬ And every fourth week thereafter tire political career They would not seem at first glance to bo efficient aids to political success but in the peculiar emergency which Lin- Â¬ coln in the providence of God was called to meet no vessel of common clay could possibly have been the chosen of the Lord Those acquainted with him from boyhood knew that early griefs tinged his whole life with badness His part- Â¬ ner in the grocery business at Salem was Uncle Billy Green of Tallula 111 who used at night when the cus- Â¬ tomers were few to hold the gram Â¬ mar while Lincoln recited his les sons Jl Wis to ills sympathetic ear Li li coin told the story of his lovo ft r Nweei mm ivuciuige and ne in re Â¬ turn offered what comfort he could when poor Ann died and Lincolns Â¬ -A Fro 1 11 Â¬ j Â¬ C H BOGMAN M D I D I I Â¬ PI I Â¬ -- i hii Â¬ 1 l iri Dr H Bogmaa Cincinnati Business Â¬ k Smoke LONG DURHAM P HAVANA Cigar i RTS1 Best on CjblU oie I OUISVSLLEKl 4 Religious XWt u Â¬ rould be greatly obliged to the ministers and officers of churches in the city if they would furnish us with any announcements which they may wish made OLD TAYLOR Jiu V - V VM - W BEWARE OF IV -- 3 FRAUDULENT IMITATIO NEST PARTTins Row George Darsie preaches at the Graofensburg Christian Church tomorrow at 3 p m The Union S S Teachers Meet Â¬ ing assembles in the chapel of the Christian Church Tuesday night it 730 Ebinezer Presbytery will meet with tho First Presbyterian Church in this city Monday and remain in session two days w duct the Rev W G Neville pastor will con Â¬ services at the Southern to morrow Presbyterian Church morning at 11 oclock and at 730 p m Rev J McClusky Blnyncy D D will occupy his pulpit at the First Presbyterian Church to morrow morn ing at 11 oclock and at 730 p m -- Â¬ w ft w l i B r Rev Win Barnes of Lexington son of the mountain evangelist will occupy the pulpit at Ascension Church to morrow morning at 11 Bow or Which Will Win Her during oclock which they will introduce various musical specialties and the amusing Rev G FBagby DD will occupy pantonine in Tim Two Lovers his pulpit at the Baptist Church to- which the Count and Baron will give an morrow morning at 11 oclock and exhibition of thcirskill with the foil Sunday In addition to these are several spe evening at 730 oclock cialty artists who come highly rec school in the chapel at 030 a m ommended Mlle Garrcta with a troupe of fifty trained pigeons Helen Rev Father Lambert Young the pastor will conduct the services at M Benden an operatic vocalistF Pro 12 the Church of the Good Shepherd to- fessor Morricc contortionist others Benden musical artist and morrow First mass at S a m Sec The entertainments are said to be nov ond mass 1030 a m Vespers at 3 el pleasing and instructive and will p m doubtless attract large audiences of both old and young Matinee will Rev Geo Daisie preaches at the be given at 3 oclock in the afternoon Christian Church to morrow at 11 a Ulillinery m and 730 p m Night subject Tampering with Evil The Young Peoples Society of The public are invited to call and Christian Endeavor meets in tlie examine my stock of Fall and Winter Millinery and Notions No trouble chapel at 7 p m to show goods whether you buy or I guarantee to The Synod of Kentucky General not buying from me save you money by meets in Louisville on Assembly 5 Tuos J Brislan m Wednesday The First Presby Â¬ -- A sik umbrella which the of this city will be terian Church Found represented in that body by Rev owner can have by calling at this ofJ McClusky Blaynev D D pastor fice proving property and paying for and Mr P S Rule Ruling Elder this notice Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- I JTCrst Sicp Perhaps you are run down cant sWp rinr think cant do any thing to youjurtifuwtlon and you wonder what nils ou You should heed the v nvniir you are taking the first step into Ncrvor3 prostration You need a erw Tonus and in Electric Bitters yon vmji iiui the exact remedy for re T21SJ sporting oo GUNS AND LOADED SHELLS t normal nciilthy condition Surpris iiip results follow the use of this n rfnr Nerve Tonic and Alterative Your appelile returns good digestion is re Â¬ stored and the liver and kidneys re sume healthy action Try a bottle Price 50c at the Drug Store of Â¬ FISHING GUN xwaEKaasasHSgoa TACKLE 11111 P II CARPENTER Porcelain lined preserving kettles 1 qt 35 eta Gqt13cts 8 qt 55 cts 15 cts 10 qt GO cts 12 qt 14 qt 70 cts lb qt glOO at Buckleys 35 IMPLEMENTS anasBami I RELIABLE GOODS NO CHEAP TRASH w Follow UieRusli To Ed Harris stores where you can buy the best goods for very little 33 money Go and be convinced m lost One bundle of dry goods valued at 8 Finder will be liberally rewarded by returning to H J Per ham Jett Ky ONE FRICEl THE LOWEST Mnyj iyr GRAY CHURCH m The Synod of Kentucky of the Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria Southern Presbyterian Church met in 3I ARlllKI Covington on Wednesday evening The Southern Presbyterian Church in At the residence of Mr C M Hrldgeford In this city was represented by Rev W this city on Thursday Oct 9oflMM by Rev Geo aged 70 Iasiks Vaouis Darsie G Neville pastor and Mr S T For- - and MrsMr Mikuaket YounokiiIlatton tins eltj ot fcuno Ruling Elder aged Si The October Devotions have been held at the Church of the Good Shepherd for the past two weeks and will be continued during the month Prayers and devotions every evening at 730 oclock conducted by Rev Father L Young the pastor m Rev H G Henderson A M will occupy the pulpit at the Methodist Church to morrow morning at 11 oclock and at 730 p m Sunday school at 930 a m Mr Henderson extends a cordial In this city on Wednsdav October 8 1890 Mr HtNur Pkkstov and Miss Dicik McAnaim Â¬ OWARD -- eLMSSEN yt When When When When Baby was sick wo gare her Castoria she was a Child sho criod for Castoria sho became Miss she clung to Castoria sho had Children sho gave them Castoria PEiLCTICiiL umber GasssSteam Fitter AND DEALER IN- - invitation to the members of the Constitutional Convention to attend these services 18 A pocket book containing or 20 in money a check made jiayable to Mrs C Bennett and some other papers was dropped upon the street Detween the side entrance to Buckleys 5 lt the State House on Lewis street and Judge Bennetts residence in South Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria Frankfort A liberal reward will be laid for the return of the same to Patronize Jhome industries and Irs O Bennett 337 Shelby street buy Miles gSons flour 14 Lost Is the place to buy your boots shoes PIPE AND FITTINGS ETC STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO JOB AND CONTRACT WORK ALL WORK hats caps dry goods notions c GUARANTEED Call and get our prices on groceries of all kinds Sugars 13 14 and 15 Iu rear of Salenciers Grocery FRANKFORT KENTUCKY Confirmed pounds for 1 Pure sour mash whisky 40 50 and CO cents per quart No Damaged Goods The favorable impression produced Country produce taken in exchange I just received a large line of cloth- Â¬ on the first appearance of the agreea for goods M T Mitchell ing for men youths and boys that I blo liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs Frankfort Ky will sell at astonishing low prices a few years ago has been more than 3124 Broadway 3 These are all new goods consisting confirmed by the pleasant experience of the latest and most desirable patof all who have used it and the suc- Â¬ Children Cry forJPitchers Castoria terns No mark up and down prices but one price and that the cheapest cess of the proprietors and manufac- Â¬ Call and see for yourself at Tlie New Discovery turers the California Fig Syrup MILE5 MILE6 Ed Harris 5 5t Company You have heard your friends Corner Main St Clair cwi Tea sets 5G pieces from 3 to 20 and neighbors talking about it dinner sets 112 pieces 10 to 100 at You may yourself be one of the Miles Nerve and Liver a Â¬ In Arkansas county Kansas on September 1 1890 Mr Nnc Uokn Moititow used 5 Kll eirs Mr Morrow was a sister of Messrs and Nat I McIMnlel and Mrs Susan Quire of this county mid a daughter of Mrs Susin McDmlel DIED Rip Raps Gas Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Closets 94jll3ijl0 mESBSm mffltixMmi lrevymxrnZ7 war Irks Ala Selling Out Iy special Tired feeling dull headache pains in various parts of the body sinking at the pit of the stomach loss of ap- Â¬ petite feverishness pimples or sores are all positive evidence of poisoned became how m r lt blood No matter purifiedit to avoid jet these bargains poisoned it must bo Of all the flour made or sold in ieath Dr Ackers English Blood Sons is the best Elixir has never failed to remove the State Miles Mrs Tom Thumb scrofulous or syphilitic poisons Sold without a doubt 14 guarantee m ho Mrs General Tom Thumb com under positive W Gayle Druggist 9 J Tariff will go up on tin but prices iy as it is styled will begin a one on tin roofing will bo lower than ever lit engagement at the Opera CROUP WHOOPING COUGH and for the next thirty days at Buckleys uso on Thursday evening next Bronchitis immediately relieved by 35 In the company arc tober 10th Countess Magri i formerly Mrs Shilohs Cure For sale by J W 27 CATARRH CURED health and neral Tom Thumb who during Gayle sweet breath secured by Shilohs Hiirt years of professional life Please Return Catarrh Remedy Price 50 cents ppeared to large and admiring The person to whom loaned a book Nasal Injector free For sale by J every civilized country iences in 27 Carlton on Homicide will W Gayle s been petted and feted by styled m cy and the most distinguished please return the same 5 Wm Cromwell Bucklens Arnica Salve ople of every land The Countess The best salve in the world foi s said to be as vivacious and interest For lame back side or chest use ing as when she first appeared undei Shilohs Porous Plaster Sores Ulcers Salt 25 Cuts Bruises Price the management of the famous P T cents For sale by J W Gayle 27 Rheum Fever Sores Tetter larnum and her many friends in m Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns r a her doubtless extend Her husband DR ACKERS ENGLISH and all Skin Eruptions and posiHal greeting t Magrl and his brother the PILLS tively cures Piles or no pay reare exceedingly bright and Are active and pure For sick head quired It is guaranteed to give nplished littlo fellows very afla acho entertaining They are not potito disordered stomach loss of ap perfect satisfaction or money re ul bad complexion and billious inabilities and re Price 25 cents per bof less they have never been equaled funded nr sale by South Side drug store Â¬ 1 Â¬ thif--ywi- mised to vacate our store St Clair street in fifteen 7 is the time for bargains in gents furnishing goods Reada of our low prices on our hand that will be circulated through the city and come to the Bank pt Store 208 St Clair street Our living show cases looking glasses ik to handle heavy boxes zink iter cooler and gas fixtures All be sold by October 25 so come agreement we tion Cure is sold by us on a guarantee For sale by have It cures Consumption 27 room J W Gayle m days Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria ladies SHILOHS COUGH and Consump- Â¬ THE FIRST SYMPTOMS OP DEATH many who know from personal ex- Â¬ perience just how good a thing it is If you have ever tried it you are one of its staunch friends be- Â¬ cause the wonderful thing about it is that when once given a trial Dr Kings New Discovery ever after holds a place in the house If you have never used it and should be afflicted with a cough cold or any throat lung or chest trouble secure a bottle at once It is guar- Â¬ and give it a fair trial anteed every time or money refunded Trial bottles free at the drug store of 6 P II Carperter on the liver stomach and bowels THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST through the nerves A new principle They speeoily cure oiuiousness oaa to New taste torpid liver piles and constipa- Â¬ Splendid for men women and tion Time 25 Hours children Smallest mildest surest 30 doses for 25 cents Samples free at Entire Trains Baggage Car Duy Coacbes 45 ly A- Sleepers run through without change J W Qayles Frankfort Ky An important discovery Pills They act bg Eta - THE SUOBTEST AND QUICKEST Arctic flour is a first class patent Georgetown to Jacksonville and equals any patent sold in Ken Time 26 Hours ucky Try it m 14 Old fashioned double thicked tin 35 ware at Buckleys Through Slpepers without change The Short line between Cincinnati and Lexington Ky Time 2 Hours 12 Knoxvillk Tknn Darbys Prophylactic Use it in every sick room Will keep the atmosphere pure and wholesome removing all bad odors from any source Will destroy all Disease Germs infection from all Fevers and all contagious diseases The eminent physician J MariI on Sims of New York says am convinced that Prof Darbys Prophylactic Fluid is a most valu 21 able disinfectant Â¬ asiikvillk n c Chattanoooa Tknn Gj Atlanta BuiMiNouAM 17 11 Direct Connections at New Orleans and Shreve port tor Texas Mexico and California Leave Frankfort via Kentucky Midland Railway via Georgetown 045 a in urrlveClnclnnatl 10136 a in Quicker than uny other line All trains arrive at depart from Central UdIob Depot Cincinnati For Rutes Maps Ac address FRANK W WOOLLEY D G O C C HARVEY Ala 15 10 Traveling Pass Agt Lexington Ky EDWARDS G Vke 1res CINCINNATI P A- T A SLEEP IN PEACE BST TJSIIfcTGr PRATTS KILLER FOR BED BUGS This prepaiatlon Is superior to all others fo the following leasons It kill- the bun Instantly Iteireutuallydestiuyti their eggs therefore It Is only neaMiiiy to ina It once or twice during the asmuch as It can be used In can not leach Its odor Is agieeable and It Is warranted not to Injure carpets linen or hunlture No fatal eliuts can result from Its use us It contains no poison ulileli tact should give It a place In eery household bold In laigo bottlt sat J5 cents each For sale b w 11 AVEHILL at wholesale and letall season It possesses 1 to Try Dr Elliotts horse powder if your horso is out of order and wont fatten Every package guaranteed For sale at O it Crutchers Supply HoiiBO 131 and 133 St Clair street opposite Court house m 31 ndantages oer Insect powders In places which they Â¬ f Â¬ Â¬ For Sale Steam engine separa tor and corn mill for sale cheap as T All in good desire to quit business w repair iohnson Graefensburg Ky m Â¬ -- t PENTER OPIII Morphine Chloral habits Homo painless and cures treatment perfect Address Speulllu HenieUy Co Ltiftirette Ind uubIO Siu JOHN H STAOKHOUSB loct Cm SOLE AGENTS OM Aich Street Pelladolphui CO T J -- F tesr y aOES FOR 1 i HU U -- Sl SOTSTX OVERCOATS iIES XZfcT- - 1TISH11TG- QOOE BLOCKS IFVA-XjILi LATEST ZlsT- - S HATS I YOUMANS Gentlemen who want a nice stylish garment at a moderate price will do well to inspect thi I line We will be glad to show you what we have Overcoats line A large and fine assortment of fall and winter garments in this Harp 1800 Ample provision will be Six Mile Creek mado for tho accommodation of all who may attend We hope to see a Kind Mr Editor if you have as full attendance of teachers as well as much space in your good paper as I other friends of education have time to write you will most cer- Â¬ Miss Mary Lucas of Woodford tainly publish this letter county who has been visitiag rela- Â¬ The farmers are all very busy cut- tives here has returned home Jordan Lucas son of Mr George ting corn or sowing wheat Lucas cut his foot very severely a Mr S T Beckley and wife Misses shovt time since Jennie and Minnie Beckley visited Tho Mt Pleasant Church has called j the family of Mr Joe Cook Sunday Rev J II Burdin as pastor for the Mr G Graves of Clear Creek ensuing year Mr Bigstaif has returned home neighborhood visited Six Mile Satur- Â¬ from a visit to his mother in Bath day evening county Mr J C Tharp of Tioga escorted Mr Wm Ireland had a fine cow Miss Mary Skelton to church at Jack killed by the cars last Wednesday sonville bunuay night 18 i I 7Jxea d3r STETSONS AND OTHER FINE HUD SON HUMPHRIES CASSELL The farmers are about through housing tobacco and sowing wheat is all the go The protracted meeting closed at Mt Carmel Church Saturday night with thirteen additions Mr Noel Moore will complete his new store at Harp this week which will be occupied by Messrs Perry and Crook Humor has it that there will be several weddings near Harp in the S J THOMPSON -- IS PREPARED TO FILL ALL ORDERS FOR- - weMs 261 Cut Flowers ana Floral Deigns FOR- SI - near future Prof Dinkles school is progressing finely with a full attendance Mr J T Wiley the new president of the F P 0 Turnpike Road Com- Â¬ pany is doing some excellent work on said road He knows the benefit of a good road The Flagfork baseball club went to Sweet Home on Saturday to play that club a match game of ball After playing t iree innings they got into a general row which eventually broke up the game Mr Dennis Onan is slowly improv- Â¬ Funerals Teleplione Oonnectiozi- - - Weddings 1 Ky mm M We are glad to say that Mr T D Beckley i some better at this wiit ing Messrs A L S O Beckley and Joe Skelton attended church at Jackson- Â¬ ville Sunday night 7 oclock Madam Rumor has it that we are Mrs Wm Ireland has a flourishing to have several weddings in the near school at her home near this place ladies and gentlemen of this community attended the Fall Celebration in Louisville last week Regular services at Buck Run to- Â¬ day and to morrow at 11 oclock each day and also to morrow evening at Several night West Jefferson Street Louisville a m This Space belongs to Vtt ing after a severe attack of malarial fever His wife and two daughters have also had the same disease but are able to be out again Messrs Ide Whitehouse and Wm Long of Benson have been in our community this week for the purposo of organizing a Farmers Alliance Society We have our sympathy for the only dude near Harp as his girl will get married in the near future which will leave him utterly in sorrow Mr Hugh Burns formerly post- Â¬ master at Harp but now of Middles- borough Ky is visiting friends in this community He gives a most glow- Â¬ ing description of Middlesborough its quick growth immense foundries machine works c He says it will be a town of several thousand inhabi U Know tants in a short time Â¬ future From Mid way Ky Mrs Rena Camball from Midway The native born Elephant bids fair to rival the great imported Jumbo in size and weight but it is pretty well known that nothing rivals the great remedy Dr Bulls Cough Syrup What shall I do the maiden Ho will be here to night and cried my hands nre chapped and he will Calm yourself dear hold them her mamma replied weve a bottle of Salvation Oil states that for tho last ten years she has suffered intensely with sick head Â¬ ache at times and has been entirely cured by Dr Hales Household Oint- Â¬ ment It cures headache in a few minutes Mrs Camball says she would not be without it if it cost ten church at Jacksonville Tuesday dollars per box Jas Ritter of Mid Â¬ night way states that for three months he Patronize home industries and go had suffered from a severe pain in his breast and was entirely relieved from to V B Haydons mill He makes pain by Dr Hales Household Oint- Â¬ the best meal in Kentucky ment It is the great pain and skin W B corn every cure 50 cents a box at South Side Saturday Haydon grinds drug store Rev F H Jordan of Bagdad filled 6 P H CARPENTER hi appointment at Indian borlz Bap an tist Church last Among tlic Colored Citi cellent speaker Sunday He is Ownex zens Â¬ Mr Frank Beckley and wife spent Sunday last with Mr A M Truman and family MissMattie Haydon of Dry street visited Pleasureville Tuesday We are glad to announce that Mrs Mary C Haydon is improving Mr P C Skelton and wife attended JOHN T BUCKLEY Keep your eye on it - Mr Walker Wade was in Louisville last Saturday taking in the sights Miss Ella Carson was in Louisville last week Mrs Owens of Bellepoint has sev- Â¬ eral isitors from a distance this week Messrs Ed Couley and Jas R Mau pins who have been in the city for soiiio time leave to day for a visit to Now that Lord Enmer has retired from the turf and High Lord Louie Young has arrived why should we lack for a good time during the win- Â¬ Forks of Elkliorn Mrs Adna Kirkendall and children of Union county ar6 visiting rela- Â¬ tives in our village The series of meetings recently held at Buck Run resulted in accessions three by experience and baptism one restored and five under watch care of church Bro Goldsmith of Versailles assisted pastor Wallace and very much endeared himself to tho people of this community by his earnestness in the cause of Christ Mr BigstafVs fine mare Browney died last Tuesday week Value 550 Tobacco about all housed Condi- Â¬ tion good We report a few cases of scarlet fever in a very mild form however Claude Mattio Lee Liza and Stovo Featherston of Midway havo been visiting friends in our vicinity recently-Nor- Lexington ter There was an entertainment given on tho South Side last week Mrs Lucy Thomas returned Tuesday after quite a pleasant visit to Elder Turner will unfold some de Â¬ sirable facts to those who attend his church Sunday night in regard to certain tilings that happened at tho recent Kentucky State Conference It is said that several enjoyable en tertainments will oo given in the near Louisville Sfeaken Out of Gear By malarial disease tho human machinery cannot half perform its ofliicc Digestion secretion evacuation aro uU orcd the blood becomes watery tho nerves feeble tho countenanco ghastly sleep disturbed and appetite capricious Tcrriblo is this disease fell its consequences Thcro is however a known antidote to tho miasmatic poison and a certain safeguard against it In malarious regions of our South and West in South America Gutcmala and on tho Isthmus of Panama as well as in transmarino countries where the scourgo exists this inimitable pre ventive and remedy Hostctters Stomach Bitters has during tho last thirty five years been constantly widening tho area of its usefulness and demonstrating Us sovereign value Liver complaint dyspepsia constipation kidney trouble rheumatism and de Â¬ bility are all remedied by it Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tsze OLD CHICKEN KENTUCKY A-- ROUTE E Newport News Mississippi Valley Co SHORT LINE TO D Cholera Cure Washington Philadelphia New York Baltimore Old Point and the Sea Shore AND LIMITED ALL EASTERN VESTIBULED CITIES Â¬ Tlie Best ol tlie Season Dont forget that the popular and reliable Air Line will run Harvest Ex Â¬ cursions to the West and South West on September 8th and 9th 22d and JCdOctober 13th and 14th at one fare for the round trip The territory to which tickets may be bought com Â¬ prises South western Missouri Kan Â¬ sas Nebraska North western Iowa Minnesota Arkansas Indian Terri- Â¬ tory Texas New Mexico Colorado Wvoming and the new States North and South Dakota The Air Lino is the Short Line makes the best time has tho ilnest cars and is tho only lino running Vestibuled Trains with Parlo and Dining Car on day trains and Pullman Palace Sleepers on night trains If you are going dont fail to write to Traveling Passenger Agent S E Corner Third and Main streets Louisville Ky Â¬ EXPRESS leav Lexington eastward riallv at 015 p in for Wl Chester Mt Merlins Morehead Ashland C lettiburg Huntington chnileston Hlchnioi Philadelphia New Y Norfolk Washington and ail Virginia spilngs and Sea Shore resf Boston and ill Eastern cities Makes coi Hon at Winchester tor Kleliiuoiul Ky am West bound tralnarrlv tenntdlate point 535 p in EXPRESS leaves If VlRMNIA slKIN ton eastward dally at 7 11 a 111 tor all loo tlons Makes direct connection at Hunt with C 1V1 Ity for all C V o points a F gave a very niio entertainment this week which was largely attended Sunday is Missionary Day at the St John AM E Church and a large man crowd is expected Miss Martha Williams entertained Wilkerson has been quite a few of hor friends at her residence sick during tho past week or two Jeff Lucas who has been visiting online toouth aide Thursday evening A very enjoyable timo was had by at Lexington has returned homo Mrs Matilda Thompson and son tlioso present among whom were Matt havo returned homo from a visit Misses L Taylor Sophia Rickman Abbio MoFarland and Clark and to Fayette county Rev J K P South preached for Messrs James Maupin Ed Conley the Christian Church last Sunday G Washington and Edward Lane Mr Lewis Smith and wife of evening at 7 oclock Mrs Mollio McBrido has been suffer Â¬ Georgetown are in tho city this ing considerably for a week or two week caased by a sprained foot About Mr Smith of Lexington is in tho city this week well now Mrs Bowman Adams is in tho city Bro Burdin has been conducting a protracted mooting in Owon county this week and will soon movo here to reside during tho winter recently Mr Editor wo send a cordial invi- Â¬ tation to you and Mro Lewis to bo AVho present ot our Teachers Association not toll struck Billy Patterson we can but we can positively assure Saturday next you that if Ganters magic chicken Thanks As Saturday is always fails a ousy day with us wo hardly think eholora cure P H your money will bo Carpenter refunded by present Ed wo can bo Tho next session of tho Franklin County Teachers Association will bo A few more of the number 7 cook 35 hold at this placopaturday October stoves at Buckleys The order of L B futiuv j i B L Bryant of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera Jt is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined But the discovery of a remedy that Josithriy cures it lias 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 Sale by Â¬ Thousands Â¬ H Mr C B Jones of Springs Hill I have used Chamber Iowa says SOUTH SIDE DRUGGISTS lains Pain Balm for severe and painful burns with better e fleet than E H IUitsTovv anything else I have over tried It KtlVSK lllOIK See and Treas President relieves tho pain instantly and cures Ai Din Kit It T tUsiMtr Pain Balm leaving a scar without Vlco Preldent Supetlnteiident is one of tho most useful medicines that any family can bo provided with The Standard Prhitiiiff Co especially for rheumatism lamo back sprains bruises tooth ache Formerly tho Standard Printing Ink Work One ear ache and like ailments -- MANUFACTURERS OF application will relievo tho pain and Mn a fair trial insure a euro 50 cent PRNTIN MOGRAPHIC IN bottles for sale by J W Onlo P CARPFJ M Scioto Valle R R West bound train arrives atJ00 p m except S FAbT MAIL TRAINS ilall from and to Louisville and all local statl L V N anil L S railroads all local sta N AM V KC Rv ami all local leaves Lixlngton eastwnid dally except a in Make dliect connection at i at 1140 ton for points on LAX Lou Sou Ryt O AT P R Cent Ity and at anil K Chester for all K C stations West hound train arrives at 111 40 p in VUUMMODAllUN TRAINS for all poln tvveen Lexington and Ullvo Hill Ituve Lexl at 535 eastward dally except miiiiM East bound connects it Wli Chester with Rv for Richmond Kr ami Intermediate tlons Westward at Wliuhester for Clnclim Mavsvllle mill ill local stations on KC at Lexington with Louisville Southern R H Louisville and all 10c1l points 011 L S It R 111 West bound train arrives at sT LINE leaves LoxlntH CINCINNATI east hound at llo p 111 dally tor all local st Lexington ami Mt Weill tlons between t ollil train with elegant Reclining Chair f Mt Sterling to Cincinnati via Lexington Dlru connection In Union Depot Cincinnati for at trains Fast North and West On wimlavs Fast Line tor Cincinnati arrives at Lexington at -- Aip m lor all local stations be tween Mt- - Sterling ami Cincinnati via Iexlm ton Returning Fast Triln will stop at any st turn on Hag to pick up or let oil passengers West bound train arrives at 3i5 dally ex Sumlav For Time Tables hates and any other niation call on any Agent of tho Cumin 1 Washington Baltimore Philadelphia an York Passengers niaj take a sleeper at lngton for Old Pont or Washington D u A daylight ride to White sulphur This lor Parkersburg and all local stations on U and all polu R It aid Columbus River ltyi 1 hlta - write II E IIlNTlNCTON Ceiieral Manager S V 5 H Mo r m MfiY TB GEMWZSfr 1 ss8 fSjiffs isr to3 raPnH ffnwwimiMim iiiirnmrniwiiniiinnwiiwiiimiiiiiini iwin limn Vl l VWM y muHUi S S Bbfi LIKE THE MYTHOLOGICAL BIRD M lIlMHWIIWIWMIIMM II a thure ATURDAY iM III II MM IIMiriWUlllimill II inH WE HAVE KISEN R rr THE ASHES Â¬ V I The legends give us a shining example of recuperation from disaster The symbolic bird representing the spirit of undaunted and undefeated aspirations spreading its wings amidst the very lames of destruction illustrates what can be done and typifies human ascendency over temporary disaster On the morning of the loth of March last we were the victims of fires remorseless fury Unflinchingly before such a calamity we responded to the peoples call It was not lor us to repine thousands ol unspoken encouragements cheered us to combat with this dire misfortune It was the peoples wish and will that we should rise Phoenix like from the ashes of a transitory blight Weve done it Proudly do we say weve done it Wc tlnow open the doors of our Iienutiful NVw SMn porium for Shois the peoples center for IIit pmp us as friends and citien Instead of being ihlii iat threshold of an opening autumn with a summer c t m as of yore and place ourselves in our former ntlim ti-i- THURSDAY FRIMY SATURDAY OCT 1617 Jl8 l -- I hn beautifully appointed establishment will be the lubit our new home wc dispaly our new stock peoples mart for Clothing the peopcs cm- oazar for Mens Furnishings the peoples criterion for Fine Merchant Tailoring Wc glory in this Vou glory in it Tis a cementing tie between mil commercial character by the visitation of a mifoi tune the ill wind of a few months ago has brought us all good And now upon the ug the old stock and lemoring the monument of our industry to the plane of your admiration wo throw open our doors with the same Welcome oplcs faithful obedient servants lfWII - bsk 1 i rirutrs I HWMl il Ill iJfifafaHfiflfW1 mil k rc i mw HH dHHfem r1 wa a j f Wk IS KOKajiirtzjararyii r n fTllBWIMIBIIII IIIBI miW 373 m JTSIE OX ZD ZEaZOTTSiH - er73j - I Tn tii q npiitlpiiiflF I JL U Elili JkhSSmB iIBBIriBes LlIU UMllUlllUJuL m M c A cordial invitation is extended to witness our GRAND OPENING insts on October i6th 17th iSth A grand bewildering exhibition of G ENTW SUITS OVERCOATS HATS and SHOES si awaits your inspection the leading manufacturers 01 the country are represented in our immense stocks thus insuring easy selection The entire main floor 45x80 feet is devoted to MENS CLOTHING 1IA1N and SHOES In the construction of our PALATIAL HOUSE special efforts were directed to secure tl e most modern improvements and we are gratified 10 note that the time expense and pains devoted to this end were not amiss in consequence our NliV STORES will be found equipped in a most thoronni METROPOLITAN STYLE It is lighted tlirou- out by electricity heated by steam and will arranged in every detail equal to the most conspicuuus establishment in the United States Those coir from out of town can have their parcels checked at our stores free of charge I rare treat is respectfully offered to every lady who will visit our MAGNIFICENT NEW BUILD ING on the day of our GRAND OPENING on Oct i6th 17th iSth insts It will more than please every mother who has children to clothe We unhesitatingly assert that ourassortment of BOYS and A Â¬ CHILDRENS SUITS OVERCOATS HATS CAPS and SHOES is unsurpassed by any other establishment in the county every thing is new fresh and original in the internal arrangements of our beautiful NEW QUARTERS W did not overlook the convenience of the ladies who will find the entire second floor devoted to BOYS AND CHILDRENS WEARING APPAREL on the same floor we had built a conveniently hitting room for ladies com foitably furnished and in connection therewith a ladies toilet room has been provided The sitting room is furnished daily with newspapers and other choice reading matter The opening days every lady visitor will receive a handsome souvenir 1330-2STe- -w IFalatisil BTaildizig 1890 W iin 11 7 One low Cash Price to rii i Siriciiij One Low Priceto Hn q GENTLEMEN Do not fail to attend wmmrn i mmmmm LADIES wmfcpfeVi J t - flJlil u Pm Tr n Jgg yj KJfflaSfglgElcMjifcrfh urn hi t III tit Vf l to hi iir in iri lit A li w KB i tt a iibi t lit H- - l ik iliv w ki vw A LiTJ Come with the little one to CRUTCHER STARRS Crutcher Starks Ml Oieii 8th insts and inspect the largest and most elegant stock of 1 t6 Wpiiiiigwiiijiij Piiiiminiiiii Grand Opening On 16th 17th On the 1 6th 7th 1 18th insts Â¬ and receive an ELEGANT SOUVENIR in commemoration of this GREAT EVENT HMjiPiiiiiniim CLOTHING 1 You ever beheld STRICTLY ONE PRICE TO ALL STRICTLY ONE PRICE TO ALL The advantages of the One Price Houses are many as maybe gleaned from the following We have exceptional facilities foi buying in large quantities having two of the largest stores in the State of Kentucky to slock hence spcciil concessions from manufacturer are received On placing our goods for sale we add to the cost the closest possible margin of profit such as will meet current expense and sell our garments hats and shoes at one given price to all In this manner nil customer are treated alike no cause for complaint ever arises as is the cake with other houses that will sell a given aiticle for one price to one customer and higher or lovvei the same identical aiticle to another Come One Come All Strictly One Price To AIL inmBixmmKmMwmmmmmmimwfmtAtmmmmmmmmmmmammmmm The Only Strictly One Price Shoe Clothing and Hat i rpT twi- - Clothiers Hatters and Shoers W fAlLLJlj 1 S T Main St 439 mmmh1 I fiTt Oj AiJ- JW M 4 fl v