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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fiawsw I W m WBPPWi KE fO A FMNKFoIt A ROUNDABOUT TERMS LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS KY NOVEMBER 1 100 In Advance ume XIV Tm FRANKJORT 3d Saturday the 15th of November As wo expect to be there it will bo useless for persons to expect to find us in tho office Come to tho meeting 1890 Number 8 Flag Fork DELAYED LETTER Jfowing TVm We havo been having plenty of wot eather this week Everybody done cutting corn and wheat nnnn fnnlr fhn Ifist Dllllofc Cimitt Cleffers had last Sunday night The youngsters had a social gath Â¬ ering at Maude Ilarrods last Tues Say night and they had a nico time a Mr Alfred McDowell of MadisonÂ¬ ounty is visiting friends and relatives in this vicinity this week jevi Brandon of this vicinity nu novf tUAtilr frt RollnnrkirH J H Williams merchant of Flacr ork will next week remove to praniuorc to Ben goons anu v iv ZBlnclmbeo crocs with him Mr James Waldner of Flag Fork went to Louisville this week to lay in a supply of winter goods There was a dance at William Hutchinsons last Tuesday night and everything went off smooth and nice nd they all enjoyed themselves very much James CJark and David Pej ton were tho violinists and gave them good music Uncle Steve -- ISo Mistake Mkls made when you rely upon Dr tWos House hold Ointment for the Cold in the and all Bronchial affections 1m the only medicine known that bsolutely cure that terriblo Catarrh which it does Dy ig ail mllammation ol tno us membrane lining tne nasal air passages in the most soothing bjiuT pleasing manner You feel re lief from tho first application and a continued and through uso of the medicine will effect a radical cure in tho most stubborn cases of long standing Dr Hales House hold Ointment is sold at 25 and 30c per box at South Sidedrug store 3 P H Oarpenter- d Xect cure of Catarrh Seaiitiful A Entertainment J tainment now in emhrvo will soon bo given by a number of Frankforts must exclusive society peopio must of whom are well known in LexingÂ¬ very original and beautiful enterÂ¬ ton Mrs Orbison one of tho finest vocalists in tho city is hardly less well known as an amateur 2hoto grapher Her favorite pictorial theme is tno beautitul views about r rank fort These she haB reproduced with her skillful camera especially those bits of scenery that illustrate Major Stantons Tho most striking feature of the affair howovor will be a stereopticon rendition of Tennysons Dream of A large stock of Inn uoltl shirt studs each character in Fair Women which is represented by a photgraphed car rintrs and jewelry of all Minis at M Prankfort bello Miss Minnie Van A SellHi ls Jaa St Clair sheet S A Derveor a handsomo dark eyed blonde is cast for Helen of Troy TOBACCO Miss Nellie Orbison the splendid vo- Â¬ LOUI5VILX33 MARKET calist a handsomo brunette for Jepthas Daughter and so on Tho Century will soon publish a DUiiunrr poem by Robert Burns Wilson called furnishud liy oiovrm Louisvirun tobacco waiikhouse Lexington Leader OnElkhorn are read poem beautiful Tho Stereopticon views Devils Hollow of this will be given in succession aa tno verses 01 tne poem to correspond a distinctively American drama of unusual merit Tho New Orleans Times Democrat in speaking of it says that although directly dealing with stirring scones and incidents of tho great civil strife yet there ia nothing in the play to offend the most sensitive Southerner Indeed the most thoroughly unreconstructed of the late war if such there be can sit through the play without being provoked to tho least spirit of sectional prejudice or bitterness It is founded on a sentiment of love honor duty and self sacrificing devotion ana hence will commend itself to popu- Â¬ lar favor irrespective of sectional lines And apart from this it is a dramatic achievement original in its way and replete with animated dia- Â¬ logue effective dramatic situations and tho incidents which combine to make up the pomp and circumstance of war The company presenting it is one of unusual excellence Held by the Enemy will be given hero at the Opera House on next Monday evening inov a Â¬ Judgment in Regard to OTho committee have thought it Common Tilings Â¬ best to strike out part of tho programme in order to give more time An old gentleman over seventy for discussion Tho programme as came into tho city from his farm amended is as follows without his overcoat The day turned PROORAMME chilly and ho was obliged to forego his visit to tho fair Exercises to begin at 10 a m To a friend who remonstrated with Opening exercises Opening Address Miss Nora OCon- Â¬ him for going away from home thus unprepared he said nor I thought it Arithmetic Tho Fundamental was going to be warm my wife told Principles of Arithmetic W P mo to take my overcoat but I Marsh and G T Graham wouldnt Women have more sense than men anyway Fractions Common and Decimal A frank admission Prof II F Jordan and Miss Lucy Womens good sense is said to come Pattie Percentage Miss Maggie Innes from intuition may it not be that thoy are more close observers of little and Geo D Hancock The exercises will be interspersed things One thing is certain they are apt to strike tho nail on tho head with songs and recitations The following young ladies of tho in all the ordinary problems of life Graefensburg school have kindly vol- Â¬ more frequently than the lords of unteered to recite and select pieces creation According to Dr Alice Bennett at the meeting if there is time suffi Â¬ cient viz Misses Annie E Tinsloy who recently read a paper onBrights Mary E Blythe Nell E Roach Hat disease before the Pennsylvania tie M Lowon Mary B Cogswell State Medical Society persons subBeula Jenkins and Leonora Z OCon- ject to bilious attacks and sick head Â¬ nor aches who have crawling sensaWe hope there will be time to hear tions like tho flowing of water in the them all head who are tired all the time and County Superintendent have unexplained attacks of sudden weakness may well be suspected of dangerous tendencies direcBakers Famous Headache Specific tion of Brights disease in the cures where other medicines fail It The veteran newspaper correspondis the best one trial will convince ent Joe Howard of the New York you Sold by Wickliffe Chapman Press in noting this statement sug- Â¬ 2 314 Main street gests Possibly Alice is correct in her diagnosis but why doesnt she give some idea of treatment I know All goods purchased at Selbcrts a man who has been Hired all the gruml free of charge time for ten years Night before last he took two doses of calomel and yesterday he wished he hadnt Held by tlie Enemy A proper answer is found in the fol- Â¬ When William Gillette wroteHeld lowing letter of Mrs Davis wife of by the Enemy ho gave to the public Rev Wm J Davis of Basil O Juno Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ en-S-5t WOMANS INTUITION Nearly Always Right in lier F BROWER A CO Our new Fall Line of C ARPETS ARE SELECT AND EXTENSIVE The Manufacturers have advanced on all grades of carpets and the indications are favor- Â¬ able for a lively increase in prices s I IMMEDIATE PURCHASES At the prevailing low prices are sure to prove desirable as savings and investments My husband spent hundreds of dol- - I lars and I was not relieved I was I under the care of tho most eminent medical men in the State The hem- Â¬ orrhage ceased before I had taken one bottle of tho Safe Cure I can safoly and do cheerfully recommend it to all who are sufferers of kidney troubles I do not hesitate to say that I owe my life to Warners Safe Cure I had a constant hemorrhage from my kid neys for more than five months The B a physicians could do nothing for me a 21st 1800 il r Ji Carpets Furniture 9 w ER Broadway - CO Wall Paper Draperies - 1st I Business in Elcattyville Cor Main i Lexington Ky Rhorer of Frankfort for- muny wiui iurs u d naiian an ex Â¬ perienced milliner arrived in this city Saturday evening on the Str Ada V and has established a millinery store at this place Jieatty Miss Ida ville Enterprise Conlirmcti The favorable impression produced on the first appearance of the agreea Â¬ ble liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs a few years ago has been more than confirmed by the pleasant experience of all who have used it and the suc cess of the proprietors and manufac Â¬ turers tho California Fig Syrup 5 5t Company Â¬ MASTIH L Spirting BE HEADQUARTERS FOR O S Buggy Booes HorseGlotUng h Hunting Suit MA Shells THE WORMS FAIR The excitement caused by this great event is scarcely equaled by that produced by tho groat discovery of Dr Miles the Restorative Nervine It speodily cures nervous prostra- Â¬ tion change of lifo pain dullnesa and confusion in head fits sleepless Â¬ ness tho blues neuralgia palpita- Â¬ tion monthly pains oto G W Snow Co of Syracuse N Y Tal bott Mo38 of Greousburg Intl and A W Blackburn of Wooster O say that Tho Norvlno soils better than anything wo over sold and gives uni Â¬ versal satisfaction Dr Milas now illustrated troatiso on tho Nerves and Heart and trial bottle free at J W Gayles drug storo 4 just closed umountto 2276 hhds with bottle of Chamberlains Colic receipts for tho same period of GS hhds Sales on our market since Jan uary 1st amount to 12009 hhds Our market has shown rather more animation this week on tho common and medium grades of hurley tobac co but thoro has been no quotable advance Tho good and lino grades in sound condition remain high and the supply is very limited Tho following quotations fairly ropro3onl our market for burloy Â¬ Â¬ Sales on If pooplo would take the advice of W Gayle the druggist thoy never our market for fho week would start on a journey without a J Chol- Â¬ era and Diarrluca Remedy It can always be depended upon and is pleasant to take Â¬ GUNS ORDERED AT WHOLESALE PRICES lir Hales HoaiHcliolrt Oint We handle nothing but STANDARD GOODS ment Is the finest cure in tho world It absolutely cures catarrh It cures neuralgia and rheumatism Cures Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum in the most soothing manner Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids and our prices we guarantee our Stock Before Trash dark or damaged tobacco Colory trash Common lugs not colory Colory lugs Common leaf Medium to good loaf Good to lino fillers Select or wrappery 3 8 a 50W 5 8 0r 14 7 00f 0 2 OOfii 1 uu i tobacco Educational Next Friday Nov 7th will bo tho regular examination day for whites Friday week tho 11th for colored Tho prospects aro good for a class of 25 or 30 graduates of tho common school course this year The teachers aro working for it Thoro will bo a gold modal present Â¬ ed to tho graduato making tho high Â¬ est general average Who will got tho medal Trustees should boo that thoro is plenty of good fuol at tho school house Do not wait until it is needed tho little ones might suffer from tho thorn comfortable Teachors must romombor that thoy get credit for such holidays as thoy actually observe You can not teach on tho holiday and count it as two days Tho next meeting of Oountv As sociation will bo at Bridgeport on the dolay Mako 10 00i 115 0023 50 Cures Coughs and Colds Can bo 00 taken internally Cuts bruises 00 burns chilblains sores of longstand Â¬ 00 ing corns and bunions are cured 00 quickly different from all else supe Â¬ 00 rior to all elso it has no equal 25 and 00 50c boxes largo size cheapest Sold Examine Purchasing Elsewhere frastisfoiit elsvatob coal cd 3mP1 rzsm a T leaf 25 007i aa 00 at Phil Carpenter drug store South Side 52 J T j I 7SBm3jjyjjjp Highest of all in Leavening Power IT S Govt Report Aug vj x88 - SUlffe V w to t Baking 1 8 lyJan2 i fS -- w-j ir U ie W r t V1 X l S Powder f i DEALERS IN THE- PrlncljiilOlceivulKlevntor TirafctfMi m foot ABSOLUTELY PURE i tti Steelet Brand Ji t Ki tk f Utt f w jmtP6 Personal v Col Jake Corbett of Finovillo is in tho city staten ville Mr J Staten of Missouri is in the city visiting Ins cousin Mr Jos T Mrs Saml ville is in tho city Mr 0 T Baird of Louisville spent Monday in this city Miss Belle Giltncr is visiting relatives in Fayette county Mr James G Brawner was in Louisville tho first of the week Miss Salina Harris left Tuesday for New York to spend the winter Mr Richard Godson of the Mid way Clipper was in tho city Monday Mr John E Miles has been confined to the house for the past week Mrs James M Todd is visiting her daughter Mrs It A Feter in Louisville Miss Rose Stewart has returned from a visit to her sister in Louis- Â¬ ville Miss Sue Rodman spent last week with Miss Elemora Moore in Louis- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mrs Jnmes Hollywood of Louis- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ in the city Saml J Pugh of Vanceburg Ky J Pugh wife of Hon is day visiting relatives Mrs Kate Hollencamp of Lexing- Â¬ ton nee Miss Kate Parker is in the city visiting her father Mr Howard Stedman and family have removed from Forks of Elkhorn to Georgetown to reside Mrs Lucy E Duvall and Miss Katie Halloran have returned from a visit to friends in Bardstown Ky Miss Hattie Balmer of Jamestown New York is visiting her sister Mrs U Went on blielby street Mrs D C Hardin of Bardstown Ky is visiting her sister Mra Col Orlando Brown Wilkerson street Mrs W H Grider will leavo in a few days to spend the winter in St Louis visiting her sister Mrs Jas F Meek Misses Mary McGurk and Maggie Kvan ol Lexington spent bunclay in this city the guests of Mrs Joe Savoy Miss Mary C Cromwell who has been visiting relatives here returned to her home in Fayette county on J Mrs S V Pence returned Monday from a visit of several weeks to friends in Texas Mrs James Rodman has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs Cheat- Â¬ ham in Louisville Miss Jennie Duvall left Monday evening lor AslwiIIe JN C to visit Miss Doty Westfeldt Rev G F Bagby D D and family left Wednesday evening for their fu Â¬ ture home in Virginia Gen 01ms C Walcutt of Colum- Â¬ bus OhiOj was in the city on Wednes- Â¬ Every member of Yeoman Castle No 1 K G E is requested to attend Greenhow Elise Montgomery Louise tho regular meeting on Wednesday Applegato Cornelia Gordon Elise evening at 730 oclock as business Dandrige Lucy Barbour Rodman of importance will be presented Mary and Martha Farmer Gladys Rodman Eliza Newton Ruble Cor- Â¬ Many old soldiers who contracted bett Jane Todd Holmes Cora Nell chronic diarrhoea while in the ser Crutcher and Genevieve Posey Mas- Â¬ vice have since been permanently cured of it ters George Macklin Gayle William Cholera and by Chamberlains Colic Diarahcea Remedy For 3 Townsend Newhall Hiram Cannon sale by J W Gayle 8 lm Thomas Exum John McC Walcutt Bronze and Seth Stanton McLean George Hippie Ed Â¬ French Marble gar E Hume Ward Burnett George Thomas clocks at M A Selberts Craddock Fon Sale At public auction on --nBasGrnsnt nf uMonday next at the Baptist parson- Â¬ Tlic Goldcns age at 11 oclock a m sharp several useful and serviceable articles of Tho Golden Theatrical Company household furniture flfThey will fill this space with an entirely new advertisement inlP played an engagement of two nights short time Wednesday and Thursday at the Mexican Onyx clock the latest stylos 8 51 Opera House this week to rather at M A tfelberts the jeweler Kentucky Central Railw Â¬ small houses but deserved much better audiences The troupe is a first BLUE GRASS ROUT Crowded and Everybody Shortest and Quickest route from rate one which makes it a rule to twenty two wee tots invited to do honor to tho occasion Each guest appeared in all tho tucked hem Â¬ stitched and line fancy needle worked toilet that every mothers pride never fails to provide for her first born darling and while their little feet toddled over the floor and their breath of the flavor of now mown hay expended itself in babbling congratu- Â¬ lations to tho pretty little hostess or in playing lady rock-a-by- o dolly and other infan- Â¬ tile amusements tho fond mothers looked on in rapt admiration and en- Â¬ tertained each other with the cute and interesting developments of their bright offsprings A table was spread for refresh ments consisting of candy bon bons cake ices and fruits and in the middle of these toothsome viands was an elegant cake having two lighted wax candles in it to symbol- Â¬ ize the age of the hostess The guests carried small tokens of their good wishes to tho hostess who in return presented each guest with a souvenir of tho eveninc Tho following little people were present Misses Julia W Murray Virginia come-to-see-me Tltc Convent riiitlng- - The Constitutional Convention on Saturday in view of tho many al- Â¬ leged errors in tho published pro Â¬ ceedings of that body adopted a Â¬ Â¬ I resolution authorizing a committee to appoint a person to correct and revise the proofs of the debates On Tuesday morning they reconsidered their action dispensed with tho ser Â¬ vice of the corps of stenographers and ordered the proceedings already published should be suppressed On the same day in the afternoon a res- Â¬ olution appointing a committe often was adopted to devise and report some plan for tho correct printing of the proceedings This committee re Â¬ ported Thursday and recommended the reinstatement of the stenograph ers and the appointment of an editor and reviser of i he debates Tho ro- port was adopted by a vote of 55 to Â¬ BiHHJBSHHfefeBrtHuWMlllHHHhMHHiHbHHlflHHH for Infants and Children CMtorlft euros Oollc Sour Stomach Diarrhoea Eructation Kills Worms gives sloop and promotes gestion Without injurious medication Ooastipatlon di- Â¬ Castoria te bo well adapted to children that I recommend It as superior to any prescription H A Archer M D known to mo 111 So Oxford St Brooklyn N Y Tho use of Castoria is so universal and Its merita bo well known that it seems a work of supererogation to endoreo it Few are the intelligent families who do not keep Castoria within easy reach CxnLos Mirttk D D New York City Late Pastor Bloomlngdalo Belormed Church v For several years I have recommended your Castoria and shall always continue to do so as it has invariably produced beneficial results Edwin F Paiidk M D Tho Wlnthrop 125th Street and 7th Ave New York City 77 The Convention has been wrang ling about the printing for tho past month 25 Tint Cbhtaub Company Mohrat Sthmt Nkw York IvnightM ol Golden Eagle JACOBSWIGERTCO 03ST Have Removed From the Balfzel Building ZnT STIRIEIiEiT TO H101 MD 102 KM STR ET the Capital Hotel - I A l 01- - x -- Odd Fellows Mr B F Brown and bride who have been visiting relatives here left Monday afternoon for their home in Hanibal Missouri Mr and Mrs John P Starks of Louisville have been in the city this week the guests of Mrs Starks moth- Â¬ er Mrs Lou Cannon Mrs J M Stevenson and daughter wero visiting the family of S S Shop ard in Frankfort a few days last week Georgetown Enterprise Miss Kate Bolan and Miss Lizzie Cockran left Wednesday for their homo in Madison Indiana after a pleasant visit to Miss Mary Todd Misses Julia Hattie and Mattie McClure spent from Friday last until Monday in Stamping Ground the guests of Dc and Mrs E H Black Messrs A G DeJarnette Williams town P J Foree and L C Willis Shelbyville II M Winslow Carroll ing have been in the city this week on legal business Miss Henderson who has been vis iting her brother Rev II G Hender- Â¬ son at the Methodist Parsonage for several weeks left for her homo in LaGrange Monday evening Mrs Geo Washington of Newport Ky wife of Hon Geo Washington of the Constitutional Convention is in the city stopping at Mrs N Robin Bons Main and Washington streets Miss Lizzie Rodman attended the Mapleton elegant reception at near Georgetown on Thursday even Â¬ ing of last week given by Mr S 0 Long and wife to their sons Stephon and Nimrod and their brides I T West of Frankfort a most pleasant and interesting gentleman throughout well known IWho is Eastern Kentucky arrived in this Mr West Ssity Monday evening has invested in lartro tracts of land in this section of tho State and ia very rmuch interested in its development He expresses himself as being very much pleased with Beattyville since his last visit and that her future is mmense- - Beattyville Enterprise Â¬ baturuay Mr Jason M Case left Monday afternoon for Louisville to attend the session of the Grand Lodge of cntiously and in its entirety no mat-ter whether their audience oo com- Â¬ posed of two people or two thou- Â¬ sand The ladies and gentlemen of the company do their work well es- Â¬ pecially Mr Harry Robinson who is a first class comedian Mr Martin Golden has lost none of the fire of his vouth and always sustains his parts wen Mr ji Thaddeus Golden whose features resemble very much those of his mother Mrs Bella Gol- Â¬ den the old time favorite has the stuff in him to make a first class ar- Â¬ tist Miss Butler the leading lady and Miss Hayden also did their pait3 well the latter possessing an exceed- Â¬ ingly sweet voice and bewitching lit Â¬ tle dimples in her cheeks The silver band and orchestra render first class music the overtures of the latter be ing exceedingly fine Â¬ Tfe HIS ROOMS and 3Iuuy Satisfied Praising Hint OKiVXUAJL EAST TO ALL lihlNTUCKY 1OINTS V4 14 NORTH LEXINGTON A NATTTKAJi MSI ADO SOOfihftST fast link between AWU CINCINNATI No HJdEDULK IX EFFECT MAY11TH lbJO BEMEDX FOB Soutli Epileptic Fits Falling Sickness Hjstei ics St Titus Donee Nerrousnegs Hypochondria Melancholia In- ebrity Sleeplessness DizzI ess Brain and Spinal Weakness lound No 2 Ex Sun No 4 Daily No 6 hx Sun only A ecu m bet Cln A Lex Sunday ivu Cincinnati Lve uovniLtou Falmouth 8 Wail i t lWiiii X J 11U1II Cyutliiana luaTaiu 11 10am Arr Paris Lexington UiOJpin This medicine has direct action upon the nerve centers allaying all Irrita- Â¬ bilities and Increasing tho flow and power of nerve fluid It is perfectly harmleg and leaves no unpleasant effects poor patients can also obtain this medicine from tree or chargo1ms ub prepared by the KoToronu KOENIG MEDICINE CO ecr Cisten Ot ii aiaiii Lve Paris Arr Winchester lJUJIilu 1 Kipl Richmond Lancaster 4 65lii r toiim Stanford ArrHcrea Lve Richmond Livingston 1 H C 8 00am 2 4bpn 8 lbain 17pm 4 Ubjiiii lOUiam tUplll 6u7pn 10 4Uaiu 2siiii 0 4upn 11 15am Uipm 12 00 ia u4upmi OOpin lJpm 2upui jUll 7 U201HK UOlilu Capin Ojptn 201HH Our Pamphlet for sufferers of norvoua di scuses will be eent free to nny addrosB and Â¬ Have You Got Tliem been This remedy Pastor Ka niR of Fort Wayne Ind for the puet ten yoars and is now prepared under bis direc tion by tho Â¬ North Bound No a No s No 1 Dally Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun No 13 Accom Lex c Cln bet The party who carried away a new SOLD BY DRUCCIST8 pair of gentlemens shoes left at Price 1 per Bottle 6 Bottles tor f 5 Mangan Darnells stable on Satur- - JW GAYLE Druggist Frankfort Ky day wrapped in a bundle is request ed to return the same to the stable or to this oflice so that the owner may get them SO Wott Uillna CHICAGO ILL s I ls I fjf W Louisville R SURGEON AND SPECIALIST Arr Winchester Paris Ana in cliire or the Klectrlcul ami Surgical Lve Lexington Department of tln Colluo Medical Institute Ky at the rI IffJf IFj s ff Ji s H D Arr Richmond l00am Lve Richmond 1 1 8 noam 1025am Arr Richmond 11 45am 7 00am Lve Stanford Lancaster 7 45am Lve Livingston 5 lierea cti 2 40pm 3 21pm 8 40pm 4 C o A- - 4A W Married in Missouri Miss Mattie G Runyan formerly of this city and Mr George F Crutch ley were married at the residence of the brides mother Mrs M T Run- Â¬ yan in Norburne Missouri Tuesday CAPITAL HOTEL FRANKFORT SATURDAY MOV 22 1 Day nsprn ilOam fllpm 7 15am 233pm 7 48am Yoopnil 7Kam 845pm SMBpml Hftfam 4 21 jui Paris 8 Cvnthiana Hlfinm n 23am 4 44pni lHiini 5 2fipni 4 02pm Falmouth fi HOom G Hpm initfam Arr Covincton Arr Cincinnati P 45pm 10 45am G 38pm I m 5 35pm 85pm 25pm MAYSVILLEIIRANCH October 21st Gone Home to Vote Â¬ Returning every month during the year Dr lieu has been connected with the latest hospitals In the country ami has no superior In dliiKiiosini and treating diseases and deformi Â¬ ties He will give 50 lor any case that ho can not tell the disease and where located In live minutes lie will return to Frankfort every four weeks this year Treats all Curable Medical and Sarlcal Dis Chronic Catarrh eases Acute Diseases or the Eye Ear Noe Throat and LuiikSi Dyspepsia DrlKhts Disease Dia- Â¬ Â¬ North Bound Lve Lve Lve Lve No o Dailv Ex Sun No Ex Sun Daily ii Cincinnati Paris Millersburg Carlisle Maysville Covington Lexington The Constitutional Convention adjourned over from yesterday after- Â¬ Epilepsy or IJPitc OvirocL noon until next Thursday to allow A FositiVQ Guarantee tho delegates to go home and cast their votes at the Congressional elec- Â¬ Both the method and results when Young ana Middle Aged Wen Syrup of Figs is Jaken it is pleasant tion on Tuesday Sufferlntf from Spermatorrhea and Impoteney betes Kidneys Liver Hladder Chronic Female and Sex Â¬ ual Diseases Arr Arr Arr Arr Johnson 8 10am 8 43 a 111 J 34 a m 10 lfi a m 2 35 p n 2 43 p m 7 00 a m 4 50 p m 7 53 a in 6 45pm 6 86 p m 7 3C p rn 8 05 pm 012pm South Bound Lve Lve Lve Lve No io Ex Sun Daily No 13 Daily Ex Sun Glee Club Meeting There will be a meeting of the Glee Club at the room of Prof Wayland Graham on Madison street on Tues Â¬ day evening at 730 oclock and all members of the Club aro requested to be present Will Read atNicliolasville Miss Mary Buford Smith daughter of Rov Green Clay Smith has been invited to give one of her popular Musical and Dramatic Recitals in Nieholasvillo and has selected Tues Our peo Â¬ day Nov 11 as the time ple will no doubt take pleasure in evincing their appreciation of this gifted Kentucky girl Jessamine Jour- Â¬ Â¬ Birtliclny Party Mttlo nal Found A clasp door key evident- Â¬ ly belonging to a store which tho owner can navo Dy caiujfcar tins olllce and rewarding and and refreshing to the taste and acts gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys Liver and Bowels clcansea the sys tem effectually dispels colds head aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs ia the only remedy of its kind ever produced pleasing to the taste and ac ceptahle to tho stonmcli prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its CiTects prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances iU many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it tho moat popular remedy known feyrup of Fig3 is for Bnlo in fiOc and 81 bottles by nil leading drug gisto Any reliable druggist who may not have- it on hand will procure it promptly for any ono who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CAlJMRWi FIG SYMP CO Â¬ Â¬ as the result of sell abuse In youth or excess In maturer ears and other causes producing some of the followinc ellects as emissions blotches debility nervousness dizziness confusion of Ideas aversion to society defective memory and sexual exhaustion which unlit the victim for business or marriage aro permanently cured by remedies not Injurious Â¬ HL00I AND SKIN DISEASES Syphilis and complications as sore throat fall lnof hair pain In tho bones eruptions etc ure perfectly eradicated without using mercury or other Injurious drugs ionorrhoea Uleet Stricture and all Urinary nnd Kidney Troubles aro speedily cured by treat ment that lias never failed SJHe undertakes no IneurabloJIeasesIbut cures thousands given up to die Remember the Date Hemember tho date and come early as his rooms are always crowded wherever lie stops CONSULTATION FHEE Ad Correspondence solicited and conlldentlal Â¬ Â¬ dress Coffee NO 98 1 Medical Institute vmr 520 FIFTH STREET LOUISVILLE KY f4iu4 - It 5 20 n m Tsifpm Maysville 5 57 a m 282 pm Johnson 0 49 a m 8 23 p m Carlisle 7 15 a m 8 47 p m Millersburg 7 40 a m 415pm Arr Paris 8 35 a m ropm Arr Lexington 10 85 a m 7 80pm Arr CovinEton 10 45 a in 0 88pm Arr Cincinnati Nos 13 and 14 Hun Fundnys only ai d mnke all stops No 1 ltuns dally from Lexington to Cincin- Â¬ nati No 43 Leaves Lexington 1000 n in Arrives Paris 1045 a m Except Sunday No 8 Leaves Cincinnati 510 p m Arrives Falmouth 710 p in Except Sunday Trains Nos 7 and H of the K C Kalmoutb now leavo and arrive at the new Accommodation Fourth street depot Cincinnati between John and Smith streets Beginning July I trains Nos 1 and C the Lexington Accommodation will also use same depot 3 runs dally between NOTES No TItAIN Lexington and Cincinnati No 4 runs dally between Cincinnati and Lexington Nos 2 and fi make connections at Winchester for points on the NN V M V Ky IMIOKTANT Trains of this line now arrive at and depart from the Central Union Passenger Station Cincinnati making connec tion tor all points North East nnd West Through Tickets sold and Baggage checked to any point reached by a railroad For full particulars address or call on any agent of tho company or S F B MOUSE W L MUNSON Henl PassrAgt Trav Passr Agt CINCINNATI O Cincinnati O HEHUNTlNUTONVIco Pros Mien Manager OENEIUL OFFICES Chamber of Comnwco Building Cincinnati O Â¬ We now have double dally train ser NOTE vice on Sundays both ways between Clnclnnutl ana iiexiugiou a k Â¬ tHJtkn fljfiar 5i Wl5NKuwSfr flWL L jsvJs7SB2SSvSSSSSssslL2MSuBBsSsVSSSTSVi3LBMflSBw jMT fcrxvrryi ssrii is w - IIMHIlSTrjTwlMM ft ipali fljo first wild frecso mod V JBBP ranaaeV our own incea that wo will parry signature 1 - I EKytrniaiMLifc3iJfciMnag35gccc3wcuv - - -- Vii v r - lot flnow of Lho season Wednes- - nut to tho letter all contracts mado by him for the uso of our mnnilla poods Call and see him ho has the facts to prove our claim F D y m s IVIcOLiURE Is receiving daily his Fall Stock of attortJey-at-la- v of tho season from tho north to lho south dncHday night Look out for a snap g Hall a resident of Sweet Honry county came very j losing his housu by fire Mon iiphb last By tho aid ot somo flfhbors tho lire was gotten under Tvnl iiniu V1 mllih rln t Whnlnln Alooro hat ntunn hand his ti poot badly burnt and Dr Jesseo immersed in a wnter barrel lile aiding in extinguishing the iters fie Manager REAL BSTATIl AGllXl Camden J Oct 13 1890 ur im practice m THE intTS ti tv Franklin and the ndjnlnlne rouutles nt R J Cassidy Esq Lexington Ky will Ate Dear Sm In answer to your re Â¬ and also of realipoolal Htenilon to rthe purrtn eittate ctillertlou opinion of tho morits of una ale legotiainin or loctus of nt cllr fluent for an ine nnWt- the Fay Manilla Roofing Paper we havf to obsorvo that our uso of it for tho past two years on our lumber sheds structures that call for good roofs as well as tho experience of old customers to whom wo have sold ii it nxtnnsivnlv has boon nminnntlv satisfactory and we feel no hesi Â¬ tancy in recommending it N Stafford W H FAY CO liuu u ml DflflTv Ve have a ples Thursday last j J N Harlow east of this lase now Abe nnd Dave Plexncr have opened i new storo nt Sweet Homo and are loing a thriving business jj John Harlow of Grub Ridge who fiad his leg broken sometime ago has had the same amputated and is very low at this writing Mrs John Samples and Mrs Charles Samples visited S J SamÂ¬ Truly Shivers Moffett FLOUR to who has been very low for some tjnonuis past is improving at una w Dr Adams is treating tho town J D Jfsseo of this town had UNDEnSIfiNEI ftuite a scare Wednesday night some THE V U Taylor Ir Sr0CKHLHKUS OF Co l in the holders Erne discovered his house on lire but of all the stock In said corporation hereby amend the articles of Incorporation of said com by willing hands it was put out be pany as follow fore much damage was done First The capital stock of tlrcorpnritfnti U reduced to the rum or S iJOOiO two hundred nnd Q F Moore of this community fifty thuusaid dollars b tlie reilreuient and can treated himself to a new wagon this cellation of ttie 2M Hii two hundred tnni lilty Nsind un thousand dollars ii preferred to William Coffin Agent week price paid 5000 der the amended m tides of lncoriontlon ot Nov 1 Gm M0 1jm date October Victor Gordon is out with his gun The hlliest umoiint of Indebted Second again Game will be plentiful where tiess or liability exclusive of d itlllers and he goes bondr and for oNporrntton wart hoiid and transportation for cxpuit itlou to whlcli the We learn quite a number of the corporutlmi Is hereafter nl any llut- o Miblut Itself shall not exceed tvotllr s of its capital young folks of this place are con- Â¬ stock templating getting married some time SHELBY CO have whereof In FARM handswitness14th da vfweUctoi r hereunto re our KkW in the near future We congratulate this Kci T sjrMif them in the wise step and wish them WITH It a happy union to boot a M alAMi HAVE FOR SALE AT A LOW FICURK v Close Observer stuck WEthe ilarksburv mrm contnltiliiR 120 acres State ok Vkor I1ISK1IS Countv Â¬ Â¬ Camden N J Oct 11 1890 Mr R J Cassidy Dear Sir At your request for my opinion in regard to roof furnished by W H Fay Co Camden N J I beg to say wo have our depot cov- Â¬ ered by their roofing and I take great pleasure in recommending it in every particular I have had consid- Â¬ erable experience in other roofing and I have no hesitation in saying it is a superior roofing I own a house covered by this roofing which being perfectly flat gave me considerable trouble I first had it covered with tin then with gravel and at last was com- Â¬ pelled to put Fay Company roofing on it I have had no trouble with the roof since notwithstanding the fact that it was put on by an ordinary laborer who nad no experience in roofing Vory truly yours J E M AND ARCTIC The Best in the Worlt Use no Other Amendments riicle OF of Incorporation E H TAYLOR JP CO very best goods and having bought before the bi advance in leather can t r the present give our friends goods at the old prices Our lane stock of the BUELL BOOTS Are the only real water proof boots Our Â¬ foiK saXjE3 Inn-d-- - -- AILnUAU BOX BOOTS Are extras Our For lame back there is nothing letter than to saturate a flannel cloth th Chamberlains Pain Balm and d it on the affected parts Try it you will be surprised at tho ipt relief it affords The same ment will cure rheumatism For 8 lm by J W Gaylo ljlnoii the roul from Iik1i1 toClirlntlanslmnr oiitt and ti quarter miles from Dagdul Over 1H acres In bluo crass unci clover plenty of water cooil orchinl lino locust trove and good house of eight moms upon the place and well or splen Â¬ did water at the door For terms anidy to SCOTT VI0LETT Fraukfort Ky Nov-l-3m Fairview last Friday morning breaking her wrist Cold colder coldest Mrs Henry Smith slipped and fell PUBLIC SALE OI IMZ CTXjIES 0N IN u Smith Oik of in- County Con t for the county and State aforesild o c rt fy that thefoiegolm histruiutiit o wililm was on the 14th da of August lSUi piodu--eto me In said county and ackiuiwleilKod befoti me b eo T StaKg StuiUi1 It Sinliti Hid - M tiw to be their act and deed vin reu i th s cne togeth Â¬ er with this ceitltiede have be2i duly recorded In my ulllcv ilven under my hand this luh day ot Octo ber IKK Â¬ oct livu H Si I Ill C F C C Mr Frank Botkins received a se- Â¬ vere kick from a horse last week Miss Nellie Powors is quite ill with scarlet fever Mrs Anna Riner who has been sick for several weeks is slowly im- Â¬ lv03SriD-Z- - HlTC V 3 90 j Is we think best for the money in the country proving flODNTY COURT 1UY IN FttONT OF TIIE W Court House at Frankfort Kv I will well to the highest bidder li iOOD MtLEa musing from 5 to II years old line Mze and In good con- Â¬ dition These mules Moiu t Uhe estntn of It Kchols deceased aitl must bo sold Terms 0 mouths with approved security IE3 Nov 1 O iht M ii i McLUBE is a solid handsome cbke op Tho understitned Fayette Hewttt nti S B Mo Â¬ Hushes WS Farmer A W Overton urner K A leiilck and U V Williams and President J L Ilieatt reports tho their associates do hereltv associate themthe Dug Hill and Cave City turnpike un- Â¬ selves toother under statutes provisions cf chapter n of thelieueril der rapid construction which when audtnrma corpora Ion with poweroftoKeutuck contract completed will bo of great benefit to and be contractedbywith to sue and be sum to hold purctiUMt or otiiemtso real this community and personal estate and to manage control rent out to any the Report of Fairview public school thereof andsell and conveyother same or givenpart powers with all tho bj Susie Hieatt 97 Florence Riddle 87 law to sUjh corpoiatlons Tho name of the corporation shall to Ken Nellie Powors 01 Harve Horndon Military Institute Company Its 88 Clara Horndon DO Raymond tuckyplace of tmiiMietliiK business shall princi pal be In 83 Quire Oscar Shoush Emma i rmhlln countr Kci tu k tuo ImMnt ss Herndon 03 Minnie Herndon 01 to Thoneniai nature Is otthe purchasing proposed be trat sacted by It Carrie Hedges 03 Annie Riner 87 trollliu tho Kentucky Mllltarj Institute and co properBertha Hedges 04 Edna Hedges SO ly lor the purpoce of securing and having con Geo Thompson 92 Joo Hieatt 90 ducted thereat a llrst elass Institution of learn Johnnie Hieatt 83 Newel Thompson ing amount of capital stock mitliorfeeri Is The 85 James Shoush 83 Chester Hern Â¬ irXXl lifteen thoiKtnd dollars whljh nny lie don 82 Sam Riner 89 Blan Powers Increased to not tnceudliu SJjlHJJ on a vote ot two thirds ot the stockholders at stockholders 30 Sue Powers 89 meeting held for that purpose divded Into G D Hancock Teacher shares of lift dollar each to be subscribed and paid for at such times anil In such manner as tlie by laws or board of directors may prescribe and such slures of stock shall also be traniferable In such mantiiras the bj liws shall provide and when tho sum o live thousand dollars shall have been subscribed the Incorporators may proceeJ to meet and organize as htrtlimfter directed The t mo of commencement of tho corporation Is October 28th IbJO and It will terminate on Oc tober 28th 1U15 Tho affairs of tho cornoratlon arr to im nun To the Citizens of Fran kfort and ducted by a boird of sevei directors ono ot whom shall he by such board elected Its presi Franklin County Tho tlr t board of of I have just finished a job of this dentIncorporators named directors will consist as tho with Fayetto Hewitt roofing for iiow Van Motor Bros of their president and they will serve aa such until annual election of directors Annut over U00 squares of Manilla Roofing the next of directors the stock and also for W H Cassidy of over electionson tho first shall bo held InbyNovember Wednesday holders 150 squares also a roof in Cynthiana 1801 and each succeeding year thereafter or unfor V II Wilson of over 400 squares til their successors are elected and ipualltled shall have power to which all of them claim it to be olio actTho directors rales and regulationspass and en all by laws necessary of tho best and cheapest roofs that and may alter tho same tit their pleasure and has ever been in this country It will they ma elect such other olllcers and appoint pay any one in need of roofing to Michag ntsasofthey may deemof necessary for tho management tno business tho corporation call on It J Cassidy 248 Wost Third The highest amount of Indebtedness or liability to which Is to sub street Lexington Ky and also see Ject itself Is tho corporation Its at any time capital two thirds of authorized samples and guarantees for ten years stock on roofs given by W II Fay Co The private propeity of stockholders Is to be exempt from lho corporate debts Camdon N J In testimony Incorporators Also any one needing ceiling or hereto aOlx theirwhereof thosild J8tU day of Oc Â¬ signatures this shooting paper we will furnish it tober ISM FAYFi TK HEWITT cheaper chau any house in tho on the 22d inst a son Prof H F Jordan filled his appoint-Â¬ ment at the school house last Sunday at 3 oclock Dr J 0 Robinson our prominent physician is riding day and night We have been considerably annoyed of lute by town boys hunting in this section and tho people are posting Born To the wife of Jas Botkins Xj lt WillJamssn Aaent OF Articles of Incorporation Heritucky Military Institute Company scouring for al Â¬ their land cleaning purposes excepKn the lundryTo use it is lo value i- t- sop which has noequd Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ TO MACKINAC Summer Tours Palace Steamers Low Rate Tour Trips What will SAP0LI0 do Why it will clean paint make oil cloths bright and give the floors tables and shelves a new appearance It will You can scour take the grease off tho dishes and off the pots and pans the knives and forks with it and make the tin things shine brightly The wash basin the bath tub even the greasy kitchen sink will be as clean as a new pin if you use SA3P0LI0 One cake will prove all we say Be a clever housekeeper and try it BSWAR3 0 IMITATIONS THER3 IS BUT ONS SAPOLIO ENOCH ORGANS SONS CO NEW YORK DETROIT MACKINAC ISLAND Petoeiey Sault ate Mrie and Lake Bursa Way Porte rery Week Say Between pr Week Between DR ELLIOTTS Y DETROIT SpIil AND CLEVELAND July Aaf ut n J Sipt SunU Ttlpt dgriof Jun M Medicated Food 1 FINE ROOFING What People Have to say Relative to Manilla Rooting Double Dally Line Between CHICAGO AND ST JOSEPH MICH OUR ILLUSTRATED PAMPHLETS Bates and Zxoursion Tickets will be furnished by your Ticket Agent or address E B WHITCOMB Q P A A Guro Curo for all Diseases in Au -- TOSSES Cattle Sheep and Hogs Arlsins from Impurities of the Elood and from Functional Derangements nsBTrrrzKss A DEAD Â¬ Detroit and Cleveland Steam Dethoit Mich Nov Oo i Tbe viuiflc and dUrci rouio from LOUISVILLE TO ABKAMSJkS SHOT ON WORMS AHD A CERTAIN Â¬ mill TEXAS Â¬ PREYEHTIOB OF HOG CHOLERA Â¬ One hundred and Oft lullea 8U0KTEST TO LITTLE And tbe 011I7 HOCK 0 R Crulcher Frankfort VV Â¬ route AB Florian Woodlake Without Change of Cars It you are koIhk to muUrato to Chapman Druggist L A Owen Jett Sherman Dallas This t ti- Hort - Worth W raw 1 WluVrfrifc United States according to tho qual Â¬ ity of tho goods This goods has boon in uso over a quarter of a con tury in tho United States It nas provon to give satisfaction boyond any doubt K J Cassidy Lexington Ky Camden N J Oct 13 1890 To the liesidents of Frankfort and V- Â¬ icinity I A U A WS V IKNICK FARM Kit AUHtin Hotistm ST IS01JTI1 C -- E COLLINS DKALKB8 IN- BR0 Shot and Shells And Agnfai foe This is to cortllv that wo know all olllco about II J Cassidy his charactor myilen under habits etc and hereby state over 160 I N Smith Iork of tho County Court for tho Couutv nnd state aforesaid do certlly thai the toreKolnn Articles ol Incorporation of tho Kentucky Ml Itary Institute Company wax on ml- JMIi da of October IKK pioduced to mo In said county and ueknowledKed beforo urn by Fmeite llowllt K A Ienlck W t lariaer C V Williams 11 S llunlie- - and A W oerton to be their act and deed whereupon tho same together with this certificate have been duly refolded In 1 Â¬ hiTATKOF ClIUVl hrvriCKY V II S HlKiHKS W OVER TON J WILLIAMS - 01 FltANKIIN bl r CHEAPKSTANJ No Ik - HI3DWBBE VitPHH MONTGOMERY urnerlnKiti and yrv rBAsa Hot 1111 i 5 W Paper 7 t 1 in J Decoratians C my liuud this 28th day of October N U SMITH C F 0 C P AT L il iJI V n 1 JUilNESS LIMiJ PLASTER 1 K JHTtlCK I CEMENT CLASS OILS LEAD AND MnWD PAIMTS 6HOVEL8 CKOW BAHS D1UL1S IKON AND STEEL KULL LINK Ok 8JBWEB AND FLOE PIPE COIL BHOADWAY ANO LKWIp MmBm 1771 nfl IIA J9VII ITV Laflin if Handy rowa qoJ PICT MHbjMHsV CMiitJu4xLt iil Sfi siCeS dJii wxMimm MmMTimm WWT X v A W I burned in the stable of Messrs Old te Got There Grate and Mantel Setting NEW MEAT Bros at Versailles at tho same time faltered at tbe post office at Frankfort Kaatucky that Bell Boy and other fine ones per-Â¬ Prof Went informed a Journal man as second class mailable matter this morning that the Bigns wore very T HAVE SKCUUKI THE SKHVICK9 OK A BRICK ished about a year ago which ren auspicious for a heavy lall of snow in 1 layer who can set crates wood or Iron mini- - rN THE SOUTH SIDE I WOULD RE ders her more valuable W opened this section within tho next twenty hls andnll kinds of tllu work Call on mo at nave fully Inform tho citizens of Fmnktort SKO A LEWIS Editor and Publisher a four hours Get out your mittens my store on Ann street K POWKB War Paper furs and sleigh bells for Prof Went seldom misses on such prophesies nt 830 Second stnet South Frankfort v FRANKFORT NOVEMBEH 1 1900 The November number of the Cen Â¬ Evening Journal of Wednesday wll constantly keep In stock nil kinds o Â¬ and salt meats sausage Ac My wag tury Magazine will contain an article Prof Wont has made a now depart nuilte regular trips i iinon the late war from tho pen of ure in the above Although ho has WE HAVE VOU SALE AT A BARGAIN A nieats ut the door A er mortiliii nnd sharo of your patr iikvtmlldlim been running the weather in this sec- Â¬ street Ix tnecii Third lot 2VcHl feel on Logan Is solicited Judge Thos H Hines of this city TIic Builder Dead In South and Ouiii1hII 3Z E arclc3aar tion for years ho has heretofore Frankfort SCOTT VIOLKTT 47 tr Oct 11 Uin Mr John Haly the well known Getting Ready to Build contented himself with telling us what it had been the day before Al- Â¬ contractor and builder breathed his G Mr John C Mastiu ban torn away though frequently urged to look into last at his home in this city Monday cottage on Third the future and inform tho public evening about 9 oclock after an ill Â¬ the old Chestnutt TO NOTIFY MY ness of only two days aged 04 years street and is making preparations to what they might expect he has per Â¬ rnitlS IS known as the AM PEKSONS THATpost- Highland Home Is rarin He was born in County Cork Ireland begin the erection of a handsome sistently refused and thus lost tho tw mill mum in miu uuiin uiu neieuj warned opportunity of his life in not foretell- Â¬ not to trespass upon tho nunc emigrated to this country at an early residence upon the lot Oct SW lt M1W KATE MAJOR WILLIAMS ing the copious rain wo had last sumage and settled in New York State Will Build a Boat mer when the earth was parched and House and Lot lor Sale He afterwards removed to Cincinnati the farmers complaining loudly a lit-Â¬ to reside and from that city came E and J N Abraham Messrs 1 tle matter Old Probs also overlook- Â¬ here in 1852 having obtained the propose to J build a boat to run in tho ed T OFFER FOR SALE MY HOUSE AND LOT ON Now he comes to the front like 1 Todd street ut n bargain The house contains contract to erect the north wing of and until they the Capital Hotel He at once took Kentucky river trade boat ready will a little man with a predictisn of a Ine rooms and the lot Is 75 by 100 feet Fine ex yard tern In their new rank as a first class workman and can haveone to run between this city heavy fall of snow we believe there Oci25the lm DALLAS C JKE 334 MAIN STREET charter was to be six inches on tho ground was awarded contracts all ever the and Louisville as soon as they can Thursday morning Did he get left State and many of our most sub- Â¬ find one suitable Not much for we know a man who is stantial structures were erected un- Â¬ GIVEN THAT THE willing to swear he saw three flakes NOTICE IS HEREHVposted and ah huntersFOL der his supervision notably the farms are are Changes warned to keep oil of Mild premises as tho law Â¬ coming down early Thursday morn- will bo strictly Farmers Bank the east wing of the enforced J S Wilson V 11 log Ss Poultry J I Jim Capitol the City Hall and numerous Joe Mr W P Hudson sr and family ing but he is unable to say whether Caulk Elliott ParrentElliott Parrent WheatHawkins Tryjass Tom W O private residences He also made have removed from South Frankfort they fell heavy or not as he did Hall a Julianlien Brown WitliH Parrent Tom it Wilson W 0 Sargent Charley Jenkins Â¬ a business of buying old build- to the residence formerly occupied not get under them Who says we 6 1 in ings remodeling and modernizing by Hon W L Ringo on the corner havent got a weather prophet who them and was always ready to lend a of Wapping and Wilkerson streets isnt to be sneezed at helping hand in every public enter- Â¬ and Capt I T West will go to house Farm for Rem or sale Circuit Court prise He established the first stoam keeping in the house on Cross street saw mill in this city upon the ground vacated by Mr Hudson In the Circuit Court on Saturday rTHE splendid farm of Mrs M J Dudley situ now occupied by the mill of Mr J M For Sale by John Jordan who attempted to rape 1 nted one mile from Fankfort on the VerWakefield bought the old hotel Assignment in the Coun- a sailles pike containing about 2R5 acres Is for little white girl near Peaks Mill sale on reasonable terms or will bo rented for try known as the Mansion House and ltiltl last August was given twenty years the year beginning March 1 FRANK For particu lars npply to CHINN changed it into a business block and DruKfiflst Mr M B Forwood who has been in the Penitentiary years was one of the most useful for Numerous civil cases have been tried Old Market house Corner citizens of Frankfort giving constant doing a large general merchandising week and tho docket is being to a large force of business at Elmville this county and this employment FUATSlFOU1 - TY rapidly cleared of such cases Mar 1 lyr mechanics and laborers It is said of also buying tobacco has made an as Faust Cheatham and Wm Jack- Â¬ Fkanxliv Count of Common Pleas him that he could come nearer telling signment for tho benefit of his cred- - son two negroes who broke tho Mart J Watkins admx a man to a cent what a building itors His liabilities are large and as- showtho VKKSPS In Equity window of P F Smiths saloon PHILLIP A UATKINS C would cost before the ground was sets about ten thousand dollars on Broadway and stole a lot of All persons bavin claims against the estate broken for the foundation than any whisky were tried Thursday morn- Â¬ or L WitkliH deceased arc hereby notllltd Mas Come Home me proven according to contractor our city has ever had ing and each given one year in the to Mionthe sanij before17tn day of November 1SD0 or before tho lnw Of late years financial reverses WM CROMWELL Capt W G Thompson who was Penitentiary Master Commissioner F C C P have prevented him from engaging Oct 11 lt Lexington last sumEdmund Kennedy the negro who largely in businesss and Frankfort badly injured in mer by falling from a Southern Rail- - broke into the tailor shop of Mr M has felt the loss of the services of so energetic and enterprising a road train and who has been in tho Nickles and stole a lot of clothing hospital in that city ever since re- - had his case postponed until next citizen Peace to his ashes home Tuesday evening His term BLUE GRASS NURSERIES He leaves a wife and six children turned left leg is still too sore to use and he The case of King Bird the negro all grown to mourn his loss His is compelled to walk upon crutches convict who killed a fellow convict in funeral took place Wednesday morn- Â¬ the Penitentiary last summer was IMMENSE STOCK OF FRUIT AND ORNAMEN iranuvlnes Asparagus small l tul trees ing from the Church of the Good trees and ever tiling for the lawn orchard and also continued until next term Want It Straight garden We havo no agents but sell direct at Shepherd and was largely attended LBXINGTaNMKraTJ Tho grand jury after having been low prices to the planter Write for catalogue to TTIiTrrin The City Deirocratic Committee in session ten days and finding about H F HILLENMEYER have called a primary election for 20 indictments came into court Thurs Â¬ Sept 27 3m We JLose the Solrties Lexington Ky IF YOU WANT Home Saturday week to nominate thrco day afternoon made their final re- Â¬ two port and were discharged candidates for Councilmen and 5 BF We are to lose the Soldiers Home for School Trustees in each ward FARM FOR SALE AXD A HAlIV COOK USE It was recently settled that this insti- The primary is to be held on tho Aus Badly Burned tution was to be located on the old tralian plan while tho election in T OFFER FOR SALE AT A ORKAT BARGAIN Kentucky Military Institute grounds December will be held on the Get- - Mr Ollie Walcutt clerk in the Post 1 my farm containing 17U acres at tlio mouth of Elkhorn on the Kentucky river In Franklin near this city A committee composed Ofllce was holding a pile of percus- Â¬ county It Is mostly bottom land and Is suitable plan MADE BY Is lor the cultivation of corn and tobacco of Messrs St John Boyle Andrew sion caps used in igniting a Magic finely watered by ponds and springs and Ithas Cowan and Louis Buckner came here They Got the Reduction Pocket Lamp It has upon LEXINGTON ROLLER MILLS such as is used by about 20 acres well bet In bluegrass other neces It a good residence good barn and a short time ago and obtained an op- Â¬ smokers in his left hand Saturday sary out buildings so located is to make u de COMPANY home tion upon the K M I property from The insurance agents in George- afternoon and without knowing it lightfulterms call on or address in attorneys For LEXINGTON KY AMesssrs Crutcher Starks for 15 town have reduced the rates of in- Â¬ rubbed them together when the ScottaugVlolett Frankfort Ky 1G Cm MARY F QUARLES 000 possession to be given next Janu- Â¬ surance ten per cent on account of whole lot exploded burning his hand ary Now it transpires that when a system of water works being put so badly that ho will be compelled to XjIEJ Messrs Crutcher Starks leased the in and have agreed to make a still carry it in a sling for several weeks 1 property to Col D F Boyd for five further reduction of ten per cent m FORMER RESIDENCE AND FARM years two yeurs ago he Boyd was when an electric fire alarm is put up Singular Accident MY Jacent to Bridgeport Immediately on AD the OF CINCINNATI OHIO given an option of 17500 on the Frankfort has splendid water works Louisville pike 5 miles from Frankfort con A fulminating cap used in explod- taining 3y acres of llrit quality land well sup property the same option to be good and fire alarm systems and was WILL BE AT THE plied with water both for stock and family use until the expiration of the lease promised a reduction of insurance ing dynamite exploded in the vest there being two Isfine springs and a togood well fencing Same pocket of Mr Jeff Lancaster of thereon residencewell Improved as Col Boyd has been running a militaAc The barn and all necessary out- Â¬ but got a raise in the rates IN FBANKKORT Klf Stamping Ground on Wednesday houses Including Ice house are In good condiry school on the property but it was tion For terms and further particulars apply while he was standing in a store in to me at my residence 418 Broadway Frankfort FRIDAY OCT 17 1890 not thought that ho expected to buy Run G W CHINN tho lower part of town tearing one KyOct ll 3m FRIDAY NOV 7 1890 it and he was not consulted about FRIDAY NOV 28 1890 side of his vest to pieces and badly the recent sale Last week he came Little John Buckley who lives out lacerating his hand which ho was in forward with the notification that ho on tho Owenton Pike was crossing proposed to close his option for the Main street at the intersection of St the act of inserting in the pocket purchase of the property and a com- Â¬ Clair Wednesday at noon when ho BLEEDING BLIND or ITCHING Going to Eddvlllc pany was organized for the purpose was knocked down by a team of Valuable City Residence Property Cured without any lurglcat operation and with little or no pain as will bo seen by articles of incorpo horses attached to a carriage driven Ab Messrs Mason Foard Company Chloroform Ligature or Knifs ration published in another column by a colored man and bruised up will likely havo to send a large num- Â¬ THE TWO STORY BRICK RESIDENCE PROP known as tho Sidney Johnson place They completed the purchase on though not seriously injured He ber of tho convicts confined in tho situated on north Mdo of Main street Frankfort la not neousary with thli mode of treatmest Tuesday and the Home will go else- was thrownupon his face in tho mud Penitentiary here to the Branch Ky near the Capital Hotel Is otlered for sale by yXSXXJLA IN ANO undersigned sold on or before and when tho team was stopped one Penitentiary at Eddvillo next month the 1st lbJl the If not will bo for rent Janu where ary same Die Is cured of the horses set his foot upon his they are making arrangements to property IstoIn ilrst class condition For terms FISSURES ice apply CHAS F EXDM back but fortunately did not bear his remove their shoe manufactory Will Run the Kenyon Cured without cutting or tearing Attorney for Johnson heirs full weight upon him Oct 25 tf which thoy are now operating hero CATARRh ULCERATION Messrs E C Myers and C Gran to that institution also havo bought out tho Kenyon Finding Blodgett Graham OI the bewel cured ONE DOLLAR WEEKLY Dr Itellr has now been TUltlng this city rego Hotol Company will take charge Crushed by a Tub 12mo arly for nearly sodi nius iiu ut niuijj cures of that establishment to day and By George W Hamilton lie haamaoe among tbe wealthy and Intluiutu Annie Anderson an aged colored Both gon SI 00 Boston D Lothropo Compa- Â¬ operate it in future of are BUYS A GOOD GOLD WATOH ultlzeuanow asufficient evidence fact his success dU well Atabllsbnd that man It lb tleman are clover young follows very ny In this capital story of a manly woman residing on Wilkerson street of the stomach liver kidney bladdei wises Â¬ womb and norvpu system popular and will soon make tho boy blessed with honesty determina- while engaged in washing clothes on BY OUR CLUB SYSTEM wujruvated by ibe coexistenceare either caused ui of IlLKS KI8TIJ Kenyon a favorite stopping place tion and pluck Mr Hamilton has Wednesday knocked the tub filled jXVISSTIBE or RECTAL ULCKK RRKRRKNCBS Mr Gra- Â¬ also added another to tho list of noble with water which she was using from Our 14 karet patent stiffened gold cases are with the traveling public Prince is a hero and no boy its rest and in falling it knocked her warranted lor 20 years Waltham and Elgin Dr E U Oober Frankfort ffr ham has boon connected with tho dogs Franklin Morris Oraefetisburg movement reliable and well known Stem wind house as clerk for tho past two years or girl who reads tho story of this down and fell upon her inflicting in- Â¬ and set hunting or open face ladys or gents J T Btaten Fnoikfort Ky V xerberlch Frankfort Ky size Equal to any 75 watch Wo sell one of while Mr Myers has been an em- clever and faithful collie can help juries which may prove fatal Be h P Hnlett Benson Ky these watches for m sincero and A H McCluro Frankfort Ky ploye of tho Mason Foard Company paying him the tribute of Richard Ferguson Frankfort Ky Tho story Next Friday w J Hughes Frankfort Ky Wo wish the new firm success in enthusiastic admiration David Moore Benson K is one of twenty five years ago in tho enterprise their to any address by registered mall or Jan M Wlthrov Frmiffort Ky sheep counties of Pennsylvania It is November 7th Dr W I Kolloy of and send C O Dwlth privilege of examina by express DR KEELEV8 offlcft and residence ts at M West Elgbtb street Cincinnati and where ht pay has Bought Another Fine One full of interesting description war- Â¬ Cincinnati will this city his regular tionOuragent at Durham N C wrlterf may be found every day of each week KXCKPT Our monthly visit to and will bo Jewelers have confessed they dont know some glimpses of tho country in how jou can furnish such work for tho money PEIDAIB AND 8ATUBDAY8 Mr Dave Moore of Benson has time but is especially notable for its ready to receive his patients in his Pamphlets describing these disease und mi purchased from Messrs J Clay and simple straightforward tolling of a usual quarters at tho Capital Hotel mode of treatment sent free U any one tiy at dressing Charloy MoDaniel a fine iilly by fight against tho heavy odds of pov Â¬ Dont forget tho date November 7th each place Black Diamond which Dave says is a erty and trouble and how a clean wanted at Write for particulars W I KELLEY M IIACKMETAOK lasting and The filly is a fine hearted and pure minded boy worked fragrant perfume candy darling 259 West Bltfhtb St Cincinnati O Price 25 and CO EMPIRE WATOH CO or anr ir one ol tno low living his way past all obstacles and in tho cents IST CONSULT ATIOJS FRPF -- of oi sire wMsh was end found Blodgett 28 48 und CO Maiden Lune New York N Y For sale by J W Gaylo JtaAMFUJtT ROUNDABOUT STC Â¬ C FOR SALE - IMIIEJX1 STOE POSTED H MATTER tiess Â¬ UUlUIUjJliUli Â¬ ITOTIOE FKANKFORT K5 J lm fclft Â¬ Â¬ J W GAYLE Â¬ NOTIGE 1 Â¬ 11 Â¬ Â¬ Cmm n niiB there-who-ca- n Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ POE S Dr 1 Kelley HOTSI Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CAPITAL Â¬ Iovn FOR SALE PILES Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i 28 CASH Â¬ Iv tit i I H jmpJJJCTJ1WT1 J AARM BUT TRUE FACT SI Wt fcUTJTT TJ Tm JTM HHtJSfSlISS1 PJ ar WWIM J IUMMWA - mj uiaavirTTF i TnarruLaiiVauvrT fvwjnri net t hbhih im determined to make a change in my business that is to sell the Dry Goods branch out entirely consisting of a fall assortment of the latest and most desirable line of The same rom the cheapest to the finest and all kinds of domestics usually kept in a first class Dry Goods House ular branch of goods must be closed out to make room for another that will as fully iriTOrte lPi Ea ll no m Domestic - Dress- - doods and you will So I will make such low prices as will sell them nt at once Call early while my stock is yet complete 3TO U all ment This partic- - SAVE TIME TABLE FULLY Grant- Â¬ COUNTY 50 PER CENT OFFICIALS MEETING MqwmvrmTr I a ed Tulrlnr ftffnot SundftT Mny 12th 1889 Petition of Mr J T Larkin to build tke following time table will be iu effect frame dwelling on his lot on Short upon this road street Granted 9B1IXS SOUTH Petition of Mr Geo Caldwell to fi60 a m build frame house on corner of Mur-Â¬ NoasleaTeiFrnnkfort 8ilf3 a m ray and Cross streets Referred to No 17 leaves Frankfort 313 p m Ordinance Committee No31 leaves Frankfort Petition of Mr Eli Gardner to build 612 p m No 11 leaves Frankfort frame store room on corner of Murray HUMS MOUTH and Cross streets 1003 a m 18 leaves Frankfort No The bid of Mr David Poveler to 600 p m build new plank walk from old city No a0 leaves Frankfort 910 p m limits to new city limits on the Lees No 32 leaves Frankfort 612 p m town pike for 275 was received No 24 arrives Frankfort Mr Wakefield moved that the work No 23 makes connection at Lagrange ior Cincinnati and at Anchorage tor bo let to Mr Poveler and that same be paid for out of the taxeB of 1891 Bloomtield Adopted No 21 makes connection at Lanranue collected in that district Petition of the meat dealers of the ikor Cincinnati ana at Ancnorage icr city asking that the license be placed T ijomileld P BRYAN at 40 per annum and that no liceno Tk Agent be granted for a shorter time than one year Referred to License Com- Â¬ that he covers same with iron Honoring tlie Dead Judge ED HHRRIS FRANKFORT No Money Required of Responsible Parties to Commence Treat- Â¬ I if mittee A resolution was passed to empower the Council to take such legal stepsÂ¬ as they deem best to procure the Kentucky Midland bonds due the city BAlSW TRMHS HUH No3Nol V MAM 303IG45 818 IBC8 826 607 41C6 55 4 30 709 taxes against the property of the BTaGEHTHAL STAHDABD TIME Goodwin estate Referred to Finance Committee with power to act INulNol The usual monthly accounts were A Ml M then allowed 10H8I8 10 On Motion of Mr Buckley the Lv Krmkfort Ar lfOI7B2 Council Klkiioin adjourned until Tuesday J 111713 SvhVer 92672h night at 730 oclock StmptfOrnt Newtown Centrevllle Ar Paris Lv Adopted Mr Walter Franklin asked a rebate of a fine assessed in the city court against his son Granted Mr Chas Exum appeared before the Council and asked a rebate of eireetoMi 4421720 B0571ll 8 M C 5f 84HI6 3 8 810IG0C Cres- 923 Connections nr Gt orcetown with OiipetiA cent for Cincinnati iiiulthe En it F M A II SKVil fi4B 415 fi ffi Lv 620 1015 Ar Frankfort fieortetown Cincinnati Ar Lv UM Hin 555 UN Connections nt Paris with Kr Central Tv r m A m I amITm 810 600 2J5 520 155 SOi 54B 505 415 615 lv Frankfort Ar 810110 251 Ar C20 1245 Ar 730 125 Ar 7 47 10 45 Paris Cincinnati MaysvlllR I ieorjjetown Ar in t 810 854 0 55 Lv Lvl 7151 Tvl 6101 Winchester Richmond SHORTEST QUICKEST ROUTE TO Cincinnati and the East GEO I TIARPEn Gen Superintendent V L CLARK B T FARMER Cltv Ticket Act GenFreleht Pass Act B G Williams Tho narrow escape of Mrs B M Pat McDonald Searlcs of Elkhart Ind from n pre Thos Hunter She maturo death is wonderful N B Smith states that for twenty years my B G Williams heart troubled me greatly I became Chairman N B Smith worse Hod smothering spells short Secretary breath fluttering could not sleop on MEETING OF THE BAR my left side had much pain in breast Ankles shoulder stomach and At a meeting of the Frankfort Bar swelled Had much headache and at noon Saturday Oct 25 1890 to dizziness Treatment did rae no consider the death of Judge R A good until I tried Dr Miles New Thomson Judge Lysander Hord was Heart Cure and Restorative Nervine called to the chair and on motion The first bottle helped me and I was Chas F Exum was made Secretary soon virtually cured For sale at J The object of the meeting Mn ving W Gayles drug store A fine book been announced by the chairman 4 on the Heart and Nerves free upon motion he appointed the fol- Â¬ lowing gentlemen a committee on Th 1 Eminent Specialist formerly resident Physician of the iila Ulpiii General Hos Â¬ pital Physician in charge of the Ohio MeJnal Iiiititittt Cincinnati Ohio has for L Scott P U viz Lnnre slock of solid Silverware nt 3L resolutions B G Jno twenty five j ears successfully devoted Ins time to the treat ent of his spec- Â¬ Williams who re- Â¬ Major and S 3t A Selberts tho jeweler ialties He successfully trea s all curable cise of Ctnmie ami Ncitous ported the following P7ay T5anlc Eler Stnrs On motion Hon B G Williams was appointed Chairman and N B Smith Secretary On motion B G Williams Pat Mc- Â¬ Donald Thos Hunter and N B 03STE JDJi Smith were appointed a committee to draft resolutions Said committee reported tho following which were And every fourth week therealtcr adopted Whereas It has pleased an all wise providence to take from our midst Robert A Thomson ex County Judge of Franklin county and who for the last quartpr of a century has been ofiicially connected with the af fairs of this county therefore be it Resolved That while we bow in humble submission to the divine will it is right and proper that we should express our profound borrow and re- Â¬ gret in this great affliction 2d That we take this occasion to bear testimony to his integrity as a public oflicer and to his worth and usefulness as a citizen 3d That we extend to his bereav- Â¬ ed family and relatives our sincero sympathy in this their great hour of affliction and commend them to Him who has promised to be a Father to the fatherless and a husband to the widow 4th That the city papers be requested to publish the above resolu- Â¬ tions and that tho Secretary furnish the family with u copy of the samo 5th That a copy of these resolu- Â¬ tions be spread upon the order book of the Franklin County Court Â¬ A meeting of the county official of Franklin county was held in the County Judges ofllce in this city on Saturday October 25th 1890 Fourteenth Regular Yisit KY WEDNESDAY N0Y 26 T OliTZLTT 12 Consultation i and Examination Free m JS f i m i C H BOGMAN M D Diseases -- TETTER AND BOILS l For years I was afflicted with an aggravated case of Tetter I tried lotions salves soaps and other out- Â¬ FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT ward applications without any bene- Â¬ ficial results In addition to the Totter Boils commenced breaking out all over my body causing mo so much FRANKFORT NOVEMBER 1 1800 pain that I had to quit work and go to bed I then decided that I had started wrong and instead of using Council Proceedings external treatment I ought to go to tho seat of tho disease and purify my blood as it was obviously bad blood Tuesday Oct 28 1890 PresentPresident Smith Buckley that caused both tho Totter and the Milam Tobin Williams and Wake- Â¬ Boils I took several blood purifiers without any good effects About the field Absent Councilmen Haly Mangan time my case was declared incurable I commenced taking S S S In a and Miles Tho minutes of the last meeting few woeks tho Totter was cured and ono by one tho Boils disappoarod were read and approved Mr Geo Shaw asking until I was entirely and permanently Petition of permission to build a framo house on cured This was three years ago and sinco then I have been free from Blanton street Granted Petition of Mrs McDonald asking any skin eruptions My skin is now as that her millinery store license boj and has asbeen for threo years not any ones S S S to Mrs A u iionry smooth transferred only cured mo of the Tetter and Granted Petition of citizens on Steele street BoilB but also restored my appotiteÂ¬ asking that three additional lamps bo and gonoral health causing mo to in laced on said street Referred to crease in weight and improvo in S ommitteo on Gas ovory way M S Pollock Petition of Mr R B Jillson asking Now London O May 0 1890 tho remission of lino against him inÂ¬ Treatiso on Blood and Skin Diseases the city court for violation of build ing ordinance and asking that tho mailed free SWIFT SPECIFIC CO addition to his framo house on Elk Atlanta Ga alloy bo allowed to remain provided Â¬ have learned with sorrow of tho death of Judge Robert A Thompson one of its oldest and most honored members who has held tho confi- Â¬ dence and esteem of this entire com Â¬ munity throughout his long ofllcial career embracing a period of nearly a quarter of a century and as a fur thor mark of our respect for his mem- Â¬ ory we will attendedhis funeral this afternoon in a body That a copy of theso resolutions bo enclosed by the secretary to the fam Â¬ ily of the deceased and that tho samo bo presented to tho Franklin Circuit and County Courts and spread upon their records liesolvcd That the Frankfort Bar His treatment is based on the largest experience after thorough educational preparation lfnotcuredlt leads to Rheumatism I nntlllr a illioiie of iho ncrvcrai irf delay dfNUty ant remature decayeuUrffJ prostate agland InnerÂ¬ iure all ifiiias ull Into IrneatUitii iroifi Lfjonl i ilouiit tctlni vous cases and a nvrfect restoration to Ve guaranteebjkal vigor tiiikaauJ upon tbl theorr e me fr irirj trcnuM It with fhenojiinil such Tin iliforrcllkj mil brart attritions rulttng frni uccrM have for made a specialty of To tho rheinuitlo UUawmattuua mar all be avoided or cured by our the diseaes ladies Ne Siuc testbs j car the uflerinrs of this or women of Instmtut Ylneuthe world are borne by women ind vltbout reaaon Is Is Erlchta Uisce of xtt KUneyi It tho mult of hultj cause of these diseases Our rorlv understood taIr cure ss nutrition o er ulruulittoa ur tho ue of laiTOer remedies to certain and complete iarte foltil experience enables lQCrao the tlow of urine to un lerstand these cae and trrut thm from the latest scien urilutrnt whUh so uiinv otrct to we Diseases of tho jDlscstivo Organs sre tho moit fro tific stanlHlnt Ioal Our rarely tin t necissarv and quenttaueitf thcciororiul Uiuau Ui epili Liter Cora local remedirs with which trtauuent i bv toustltutloual treat tlaliu Couitiitln nd lironl J DUrrhM till r ull In InnerU thtiuselvu at heir ou homeswe invrjct IhepatUuu to f fret nutrition an I roiider life iiiltei able KirlJalcrfirctHa true vcouoiu of tinu luouejr aud htaltn irleture flleet Venerea Taint Private Diseases Young Men who are rapldlr ai roichlns Inanltjr anj Syphilis tionorrhea Impfttmrv au Mrrllltv are iromptl M t have pent icnitdle from aecntMliu wllltloell iocoutiltu utome Thto anl elleelually lunil In imr death - iLowledta habit arc the remit of diirt not ui and no cure auert thousands of dolltrs iu time nd money to ial Me lutlte jour fulksl coutlJtnce and Iu this direction case without fill 11 Â¬ ri U snil 1 John P U Major L Scott iromise jou relief iTddloAgcd Hen who observe certain Irritations of the bulJer ant urethra or water iace with sediments iu the urtue ithould at ail themselves of ou treatment suh svuip toim are Inlieations of iiiilna weakness whKU admit o no Epilepsy or Iits This phenomjna f tn- - urvoa svsum is the result of Oifase located In uo aerr it uteri Our method of trcuiujui which Unilirlv our own his been almllted by the best siliutil of the crld to prodiro radical cures In the most debilitated surjiiM B G WILLIAMS Pending the motion to adopt said resolutions the following members of the Bar paid tributes of respect to Judge Thomsons memory J W All cases and correspondence strictly confideutal Treatment sent Bohannan Win II Julian Hugh partof theUnittd States and Canada Address with stamp for reply Â¬ Rodman Jno L Scott Judge Ira Ju lian Judge Geo C Diane Judge P U Major L F Johnson Judgo B G G Williams and Jno B Lindsoy After which the meeting adjourn- Â¬ P O BOX 703 ed Lysander Hord Chaitman Chas F Exum Committee v livery person cormiltitiir us should brim or semi fourto six ounces of their urine which wn will submit to 1 thorough microscopical examination and clfemtcal anal a certificate and chart of which will be funiisheil the pttlunt Wccuruolil cases whiih hae lufflec the skill of other phjslcians Why Ilccausc our oettensWe experience enables us to recognise the utiiiitti et dira e who Hxnc tailed tuobtam rtiktt elsewhere to consult us Alt curable aases are We invite all gu ir tnteetl latients treated by mail and expiess Where possible personal consultation Is preferable List of questions sent free on application C O D ti any Dr H Bowman Cincinnati O Secretary Patronize home industries and buy Miles Sons flour 14 BRYANT Hook Keopinu Short Write for dttulogu STRATTON Business College JIawt Telrtraphy Jte I and full information m f I 11 O Vf P t9 Itsiiaiiii 1st IX I V -- W Smoke LONG DURHAM HAVANA Cigar FILLER 5 CENT FOE- - v V Religious Wc would be city ministers and ofllcii oi chinches in the if they would furnivh us with any announcement which they may wish jnnily oliliod to tlie ni n Tovi VJLV nr lUlkVU W mndcl The October were Devotions closed Inst night at the Church of tho Good Shepherd Rev George Darsle will preach at the Christian Church at Bridgeport to morrow at 3 oclock Rev John Burdin of this county commenced a protracted meeting at Beech Ridge Shelby county on Tues day Â¬ s S 1IMI BEWARE OF MISREPRESENTATION AND FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS OF I nBDHnnHHHHiBHIHiMBBHHHIHiiHHHIHI HONEST PARTIES 1 Tho Union S S Teachers Meet Â¬ ing assembles in the chapel of the Christian Church Tuesday night at 730 Rev J McClusky Blayney D D will occupy hip pulpit at the First Presbyterian Church to morrow at 11 a m and 730 p m and strength Three bottles of Elec- Â¬ tric Bitters cured him Edward Shepherd Harrodsburg 111 had a running sore on his leg of eight years standing Used tnree bottlesof Electric Bitters and seven boxes of Bucklens Arnica Salve and his leg is sound and well John George Darsle Mr John II Jenkins formerly of Speaker Catawba O had five large Rev Father Lambert Young the this county but nortot LoulsWIIe and Miss Lou Fever sores on his leg doctors said Petsrs daughter of D A Peters Esq of he was incurable One bottle Elecpastor will conduct the services at lleE city this tric Bitters and ono box Bucklens the Church of the Good Shepherd toSHILOHS CURE will immediately Arnica Salve cured him entirely morrow First mass at 8 a m Sec- Â¬ drug store relieve Croup Whooping Cough and Sold by the SouthPSide Carpenter ond mass 1030 a m Vespers at 3 3 H Bronchitis p in 28 For sale by J W Gayle Â¬ JENKINS-PETKRS-Â¬ Â¬ pulpit at the Southern Presbyterian can very heartily endorse the perforChurch to morrow morning at 11 mance to the public Chicago Inter Ocean oclock a in and at 730 p m Opera House Thursday Nov C Rev W S Giltner of Eminence The rates of admission will be one will preach at Pleasant Hill near dollar seventy five fifty and twenty Peaks Mill to night at 7 oclock and five cents to morrow morning at 11 oclock Diamond rintr diamond shirt studs diamond car rinjrs a large stock at M The usual services at Ascension A Selbcrts 233 St Clair street S 5t Church to morrow morning at 11 oclock and 730 p m will be conductJ1AKIE1 thn Chrlstlin Church ed by Rev E A Penick the rector on Vetnelt evLiiliii October 29 lffitO by Rev Rev W G Neville will occupy his LJUU J I1JU1BJUIIIWHJIIII Â¬ WtHIII- - W PWimiWlHlHIIU WWMWIIWIIWIHW OWI1 II MIIHM1WWWBFWWWWWIII1IWIWWWP IIIIUIWmWWWWWv Specimen Cases II Clifford Now Cassel was troubled with Neuralgia and Rheumatism his Stomach was disor- Â¬ dered his Liver was affected to an alarming degree appetite fell away and he was terribly reduced in ilesh S Wis oirurs I 0 pa jar rca bttjej nn ta i mu VtWWMA k acrx so mo L GUNS AND LOADED SHELLS FISHING GUN wwssisBaaMBsxsas IMPLEMENTS RELIABL E G O DBS NO CHEAP MASHA QJSTK TACKLE Troubles Sold on a positive guaran- Â¬ Rev George Darsie will occupy his tee at 25c and 50c Gayle Druggist 9 J W pulpit at the Christian Church tomorrow morning at 11 oclock and at Ladies and scuts Hue irold watches a 730 p in as usual Night subject Inrire stock a JI A Selbcrts the St S 5t Clair street jeweler The Best Proof of Love to God The Young Peoples Society of WHY WILL YOU cough when Shi Christian Endeavor meets in tho lohs Cure will give immediate relief Price 10 cts 50 cts and tfl chapel at 7 p ni 28 For sale by J W Gayle m Rev H G Henderson A M will A few more ot the number 7 cook occupy the pulpit at the Methodist stoves at Buckleys 35 Church to morrow morning at 11 Plaids oclock and at 730 p m Sunday For stylish dress goods go to school at 930 a m Co Sam D Johnson Mr Henderson extends a cordial S invitation to the members of the We offer a good line of Scotch che Constitutional Convention to attend nol suiting for tailor made dresses 8 Co Sam D Johnson these services We have a beautiful line of high The regular days for services at class novelty dress goods Vei y styl- Â¬ Co Sam D Johnson Bethel Baptist Church this county ish has been changed from the third Sat- - 8 m urday and Sunday in each month to Special Sale oi Fall Ginjr Siams tho fourth Saturday and Sunday and 7 bo held at Mt cents for ginghams worth 10 services will hereafter Church Stedmanville on cents 10 cents for ginghams Avorth Pleasant Co Sam D Johnson the first and third Saturdays instead 12 J 8 of the second and fourth Sundays as Millinery heretofore ruled by Saturdays There will be services at Mt Pleasant We are constantly receiving addi Â¬ to morrow morning conducted by tions to our always select stockjof im- Â¬ ported and domestic goods Rev John Burdin pastor Co 8 Sam p Johnson Â¬ j Mr Williams of Lawrence Tiurg will occupy the pulpit at the Baptist Church to morrow morning at 11 oclock and evening at 730 oclock Sunday school in the chapel at 930 a m Rev CANT SLEEP NIGHTS the complaint of thousands suffer- Â¬ from Asthma Consumption Cougli3 etc Did you ever try Dr Ackners English Remedy It is the best preparation known for all Lung Is To Ed Harris stores where you can buy the best goods for very little 33 money Go and be convinced Follow tlie Rush PRICE THE LOWEST ii 1 iiii 1 Mil ing jiuj jj i r When Baby vras sick wo gave her Castoria When sho was a Child she cried for Castoria When sho became Miss she clung to Castoria When sho had Children she gave them Castoria GRAY -- ihihiiiihi 1 ITU mini m CHURCH jfeteiiaJ WARD rETOaTXCLAOLr Rip Raps Plumber GasSteam Fitter AND DEALER IN- - Is the place to buy your boots shoes hats caps dry goods notions c Call and get our prices on groceries t of all kinds Sugars 13 14 and 15 Pure sour mash PIPE AND FITTINGS ETC pounds for 1 STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO whisky 40 50 and 60 cents per quart JOB AND CONTRACT WORK ALL WORK Country produce taken in exchange GUARANTEED for goods In rear of Salenders Grocery FRAN FORT BNT JO Y M T Mitchell Frankfort Ky 324 Broadway 3 No Damaged Goods I just received a large line of cloth- Â¬ Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria ing for men youths and boys that I SSSZZ- IWU1 will sell at astonishing low prices millinery These aro all new goods consisting wjZ4mm rtfrTfiriiAKVX of the latest and most desirable pat The public are invited to call and terns No mark un and down rtrices examine my stock of Fall and Winter but one price and that the cheapest Millinery and Notions No trouble IKI SOfiXKIBKIKIllWmi see lor yourselt at to show goods whether you buy or uaii and JNLcS Ed Harris not I guarantee to save you money Corner Main St Clair by buying from me iurnmrrvmintiri ZtKMoi S Sas Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Closets IIFEtiC WvirnJ - Â¬ j 94MBBBSBBk HO WVW A UKUHMLKTrfVStXO 5 Thos J Brislan miles The services connected with the installation of Rev Win G Neville as pastor of the Southern Presby- Â¬ terian Church on Sunday evening were very interesting and largely The evening service at attended the First Presbyterian Church was omitted and that congregation attend- Â¬ ed in a body Rev C R Hemphill D D of Louisville preached the sermon Rev W Y Davis delivered tho charge to tho pastor and Rev Wm Irvine D D delivered tho charge to the congregation Â¬ Monbars Mr Robert Mantell appeared at the Grand Opera House last night in tlie newly adapted from DEnnery y Louis Nathal and entitled Mon There was a very large and bars Porcelain lined preserving kettles 4 nt 35 cts Got 45 cts 8 at 55 cts 70 10 qt 00 cts 12 qt 65 cts 14 qt 35 remarkably enthusiastic audience cts 10 qt 100 at Buckleys Mantolls performance consideration 5 Reward of which wo defer was ono of the most effective in virility in vivid ness of portraiture in artistic quality Will lie paid to tho finder of a black and in its comprehensive intelli silk umbrella with cherry handle gence wo have witnessed in several silver mounted with initials W G seasons The play has several very D on crook of handle and its de striking situations that at tho closo li vory to Capt M P Bolan this city of tho third act and tho real denou Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria mont of tho last act being especially strong Mr Mantell met these very Huporbly and well deserved the four ANNOUNCEMENT recalls after the third act This per Â¬ formance leaves no doubt as to Mr For Councilman Mantolls great ability as an nctor of emotional char- - Wo are authorized tounnooncn HENRY FINCKL troC voloiiate mm s in rim tront ana candidate fur Councilman fiom the Flint Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Rev F M Shrout Pastor United Brethren Church Blue Mound Kan says I feel it my duty to tell what wonders Dr Kings New Discovery has done for mo My lungs were badly diseased and my parishioners thought I could live only a few weeks Cloalws Cloaks 1 took five bottles of Dr Kings New A large and stylish line of Ladies Discovery and am sound and well Misses and Childrens jackets coats gaining 20 lbs in weight and cloaks at very low prices Arthur Love Manager Loves Funny Co 8 Sam D Johnson Folks Combination writes After a thorough trial and convincing evi Â¬ Comforts dence I am confident Dr We have a small lot that we will Discovery for ConsumptionKings New beats em close out at cost all and cures when everything else Co 8 Sam D Johnson fails The greatest kindness I can do my many thousand friends is to urge Long Cloaks them to try it Free trial bottle at We have eighteen long cloaks that the South Side Drug Store Regular we will closo out at half price sizes 50c and 1 Co 8 Sam D Johnson 3 P H Carpenter Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria Of all the flour made or sold in -SHILOHS CATARRH REMEDY a the State Miles Sons is the best positive cure for Catarrh Diphtheria without a doubt 14 and Canker Mouth 28 For sale by J W Gayle Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria The Pulpit and tlie Stage Nerve and Liver XMlls They speedily cure billiousness bad taste torpid liver piles and constipa- Â¬ tion Splendid for men women and children Smallest mildest surest 30 doses for 25 cents Samples free ut 45 ly J W Gayles Frankfort Ky An important discovery They act on tho liver stomach and bowels through the nerves A new principle hm Kntlie V TilK SHOitTLsr AM QUICKEST is iw Orleans Time 25 Hours ST AND UU10KKST r TriliiH DiKBiie Car Diy UtmckeH Slippers run llnouuli wltlniiil lIiiiiiku Till SHOltn Arctic flour is a first class patent Georgetown to Jacksonville Ala and equals any patent sold in Ken Time 26 Hours Through sietiioiK without clutnge The Short ucky Try it 14 line between Cincinnati ami ware at Buckleys Old fashioned double thicked tin 35 1Ixinuion Knoxvillk ATLANTA Kv Tknn S C AsllhVILlK CiiAmtioouA Tknn BlHVINIlIIAM Time 2t la 17 11 Hours Darbys Prophylactic Will Use it in every sick room 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 Mari- Â¬ I on Sims of New York says am convinced that Prof Darbys Tariff will go up on tin but prices Prophylactic Fluid is a most valu on tin roofing will bo lower than ever 21 for tho next thirty days at Buckleys able disinfectant 35 lilitetConnectlotiH at New Urleuiniiml Shreve port for Texiic Mexico unci California Leave Frankfort via Kentucky Midland Hallway via Georgetown 015 11 iuarrlvoUnciiimtl 1026 a in Quicker than any other line All trains arrlvo at depart from Central Union Depot Cincinnati 1 or ltntuw Maps Vc addreN KRANK AlA it If 10 0 C HARVKY D G HOWARDS G P CINCINNATI O Vlee lres T Traveling Tusk Agt Lexington Ky A W WOOILKY SLEEP IN PEACE PRATTS KILLER FOR BED BUGS Wo Ward ut the December election Try Dr Elliotts horse powder if This preparation Is superior to till others fo reasons of order and wont IlucklenB Arnica Salve your horse is outpackage guaranteed the following hugs Instantly ItklllH the fatten Every eirtctually destron tlielr eggs therefore It la It The best salve in the world foi For sale at O R Orutchors Supply only necessary to use It onco or twice during tho Cuts Uruiscs Sores Ulcers Salt House 131 and 133 St Clair street heasou It possesses advantages over Insect powders In 34 Rheum Fever Sores Tetter opposite Court house asmuch as It can be used In places which they can not reach Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns Its odor Is agreeable mid It Is warranted not Please Return to Injure carpets linen or furniture and all Skin Eruptions and posiNo tatal nfftctri can lesult from Its I loaned tively cures Piles or no pay re- Â¬ Tho person to whomHomicide abook contains no poleon which fact should use as It give It a will place In evety household styled Carlton on quired It is guaranteed to give please return the same Sold in largo hnttlisat 25 cents each For sale by W 11 AVICRILL ut wholesale and C Wm OromweMj perfect satisfaction or money re retail Price 25 cents per box funded CO Morphine Chloral ImbltH Homo JOHN H STAOKHOUSB For sale by South Side drugstore OPIUDI fciturnt Ad piliilcsB DidRciuody aires SOLE AUKNT8 perfect Itchs Specific C32 Arch Street lelludelpulu P H Cakpentek 5 iy I ml migKMliu 7 Co Lafarette Â¬ Â¬ - m FA FABETOES FOR AID RCOATS - f J A s ruEuiSHiira ZFVicnLi zest-ooz-siss LATEST STTLES IInTissr- - Or o o id KOHBM vn u nwi i i r4- SHJitJlll 111 1111 llll5 r ituguauu iiiiu ao3uiiiiiiiii ui tan jrOllliCJnen wuiiii who want a nice stylish garment at a moderate price will do well to insooot this inc we win oe J iau lo snow vou wnat we nave 4Z t OTrercots - ff e w3 i- HATS 1 - -- HUDSON HUMPHRIES vu 7 CASSELL Forks of Elklioni The Mt Pleasant Church have changed their time of meeting from the second and fourth Sundays in each month to the first and third J H Burdiu pastor Rev J K P South will preach at the Christian Church in this place to morrow evening at 7 oclock Miss Fannie Wallace of Swollow leld is visiting the family of Mr o They will make that city their future home It was reported in this city this week that Arthur Lyons was killed in Cincinnati Monday P MoBrule Bettie Gaines of Mt Sterling eturneu Home trom a visit to rel- A in this section Sam Hoggins who has been sick for some time we are glad alnounce is better Wick French uKi lv have removed wife and daugh- cers lrom their larm to our town occupying the house vacated by Mr Howard Stcdman We gladly welcome them to our ss midst Mr L D Hinde of St Louis and Mr Tom Hinde of Chicago were in our midsc Friday and Saturday of last week Master Frank Burdin is on a visit to relatives in Mt Sterling Mrs L D Hinde of St Louis is visiting her brother Mr B B Big you Mr Weitzel Porter Washington who was so badly hurt is some better at this writing with chances in favor of his entire recovery The now stock company held a meeting Sunday and elected officers They were also to hold another meet- Â¬ ing last night for tho purpose of hearing reports of tho committees appointed Sunday The writer has heretofore remarked upon the lot of rubbish packed in tho east entrance to the Opera House gallery It was the same old story last week Wo do not think it just to tnoso who pay their money to see tho different entertainments that Manager Weitzel should place them under such an inconvenience and trust that if our peoplo who are able to pay the difference can not obtain scats in the balcony that they may at least have unobstructed ingress and egress to the gallery What say Â¬ Â¬ Flaunted tho sull and cross vpiics their en Â¬ sign defiantly at tho masthcadVour modern pirate not on tho high ssas butotpon tho Jiich reputation of standard remedle3fkulks under various disguises ni3 hole aud corner trafflc has never to aiiy degreo affected llostettera Stomach Bitters although that standard Invlg orantnnd corrective has Ions been the shining marl at which his shafts havo been directed Cheap local bitters composed of fiery unrectl fied stimulants with an infusion or extract possibly of soma tonic bark are still some- Â¬ times recommended as identical with or sim Â¬ ilar to o possOSlng virtues kindred to those of Americas chosen family medicine Theso perish speedily while tho great aubduer and preventivo of disease pursues Its successful carer overcoming malaria dyspepsia ner- Â¬ vousness kidney troubles constipation and rheumatic ailments not only on this but on any continents Tho Buccaneers CnOld S J THOMPSON -- is prepared to fill all okdfiw for- - uOseMs But Flowers anfl Floral Deigns FOR 1 Funerals 261 Telephone Oonnection - - - Weddirt oyisyiiie II IF To Montgomery On November 11th the L N Ry will sell tickets to Montgomery Ala good to return until Nov 17th at one fare for the round trip Account West Jefferson Street y Southern Exposition E P Bryan Agt WW JQH1T T BUCKLEY - Liver How is your liver working Are you bilious Are you troubled with constipation Do you feel tired and languid Do you wish to feel well and happy Dr Hales Household Tea will work the marvelous change it removes all biliousness creates a heal appetite and prolongs lifo 25 and 50c packages sold at South Side QueeiiNwvre piece- - est stuck from 3 M niuiur Fi cy Mia Tea SfN 56 SoK lion ijS50 u Th larg Â¬ Central Kntuk to eiect presents nni -- stair William Hanimons still remains very ill The restrictions in regard to hunt- Â¬ ing being no longer in tho way sportsmen are now Having a a regu- Â¬ lar picnic Rain frost ice and snow this week causing quite a winter appearance in- Â¬ deed Our town can now host of two blacksmith shops Mr Jos G Newton at tho old stand and Robert Howe and John McBride at the new stand Â¬ ANALYSIS I have made an analysis of the water from tho well on tho promises of Joseph Newton Forks of Elkhorn and lind as follows SOLIDS GRAINS An honest Swede tells his story in plain but unmistakable language for One of the benefit of tho public my children took a severe cold and got tho croup I gave her a tea spoonful of Chamberlains Cough liemeuy and in hve minutes later gave her one more By this time sho had to cough up tho gathering in her throat Then she went to sleep and slept good for fifteen minutes Then sho got up and vomited then she wont back to bed and slept good for tho remainder of the night She got the croup the second night and I gave her the same remedy with the same good results I write this because I thought there might be some one in the same need ana not know the true merits of this wonderful medicine Des Cuakles A Tiiomptseen Moines Iowa 50 cent bottles for 8 lm sale by J W Gaylo A mm drug store 3 Stove Tinware ainl If me Furni liing C0ls Cook Stove- - ItiMii CM 75 UP HentniL Soves Irnni S up Jlwzx2rrvrMJWJiiT2mm Ttn Konliui and llliaihnii ami a li n GiiteringJob u irk f ali kiii U iirhiith lira dies done pro nipt lv a Ul gutranuffi WW lirs P II OaKPENTEK ias Reduced Fare to boroiigli On UlicMles- - I tn he founcl in Cei tnl hat aic beyond ill have the ifrget -- ciiptitir lock m my thffereiit lines Kntmky ami at prices Give me a call rrr November Sth and 9th tho L N Railroad will sell tickets to Mid dlesborough Ky good to return within ten days from date of sale at one faro for the round trip on ac count of sale of lots E P Bryan Agent rj JOHF T BUCKLEY m Jf A IS sihenvare at M Clair struct full lino of Rogers A trinplo plated Gilberts 281 St S 3t Corbonate of Lime Clorido of Sodium Sulphate of Soda Sulphate of Magnesia Sulphate of Lime Sulphate of Potash Phosphate of Magnesia Phosphate of Lime Pototoxido of Iron Total GAS 1200 240 CUBIC INCH Another ohild killed by the use of 030 16800 opiates given in tho form of Soothing Why mothers givo their ARE YOU MADE miserablo by In- Â¬ 960 Syrup Dizziness digestion Consumption 320 children such deadly poison is surprisShi- Â¬ 480 ing when they can relieve tho child Loss of Appetite Yellow Skin lohs Vitalizer is a positivo cure 65150 of its peculiar troubles by using Dr 28 Ackers Baby Soother ltcontamsno For sale by J W Gayle 30240 opium or morphine Sold by 9 J W Gayle Druggist The Queen Pays All Ex Â¬ Â¬ 3000 A CHILD KILLED Not if you go through the world a dyspeptic Dr Ackers Dyspepsia Tablets are a positive cure ior uie worst forms of Dyspepsia Indiges Â¬ tion Flatulency and Constipation Guaranteed and sold by 0 J W Gayle Druggist LIFE WORTH LIVING iTt HiRtf CHICKEN -- OLD KENTUCKY 1r Ml sKilpiil Valley SlIOltT mm TO t2 ROOTE Co B Newport News D Cholera Cure fyl Wasliiugtoii Philadelphia New York Baltimore Old Point and the Sea Shore AND ALL EASTERN CITIES IXWIKSS leaves LIMITED VKSTIIULFI 111 Lexington eiiMuurd dull at 01 for Win Â¬ nt chester 3lt tteilliiB Miielu iid Aciiliind Hicliinoml HuntlUKton CliiirleMon lettiburt Norfolk Ui nnUon lhllaiU liihla Vu York and ill Virginia MUlnpi tnid ta Shore motta Uobiim and all hatern cities Makes connecÂ¬ tion at Winchester tor niiliniond Ky nml in Â¬ termediate points West bound tralnarrlves ut p in lenves Lexing Â¬ VlHClMASlltlNliSKXIUKSS ton eastward dally tit 711 a in or till loci stations Makes dlreit connection it llunilnuton Ky lor all C V O points aiiU for ultliC A Washington llaltliuore Phllndtlphla and New IasKontjers may taken sleeper at Ilunt York liitston for Old Point or Washington I C A da light ride to White Sulphur This train for PiirkersbuiK and all local stations on Ohio Hlver H It a dCoiiimbus O and all points on Â¬ K Til 1 1 Sulphuretted Hydrogen A NASAL INJECTOR free with each These are fine calcic sulphur and bottle of Shilohs Catarrh Remedy chalybeate waters and are useful in Price 50 cento dyspepsia constipation kidney dis- Â¬ For sale by J W Gaylo 28 ease acute and chronic gout and rheumatism Full many n gem of purest ray serene The dark unfiithoiued caves of ocean bear Signed Full many a chlcktn Is hatched to die unseen 0 K Wallace A M M D Because none of ianters manic chicken chol penses I suffered for two weeks with neu- Â¬ ralgia of tho face and procured im Â¬ mediate relief by using Salvation Oil Mrs W 0 Bald 433 N Carey St Baltimore Md A Chicago lover bet his girl that he could toll what sho was thinking of lie thought sho was thinking of mm but she wasnt it was about Dr Bulls Cough Syrup which had just cured her of a dreadful cough This wonderful never failing rem- Â¬ edy is sold and warranted by Phil era cure was there Carpenter A m DUTY TO YOURSELF h It is surprising that people will use a common ordinary pill whon they can secure a valuablo English one for the samo money Dr Ackors Eng lish pills aro a positive euro for slck hoadiioho and all liver troubles Thoy aro small sweot easily taken and do not gripo 9 Among tlie Colored zens Citl- - J W Gayle Druggist President Sec and Treiis Guaranteo Dr Ackers Blood Elixir Al DltYKIt T IUMshr Vice President for it has boon fully demonstrated to Superintendent tho peoplo of this country that it is Sunday suporior to all othor preparations for Tie Staotai PriitJii Co For Tlnio Tables olood diseases It is a positivo ouro for ville illation call on any syphilitic poisoning Ulcers Erup- Â¬ Former tho Standard Printing nk Works write FOR DYSPEPSIA and Mr Willio Bryant lost his littlo plaint you havo a printed Liver Com- Â¬ tions and Pimples It purifies tho 11 K IlUNTIMITOX guaranteo whole system and thoroughly builds ANUFACTURERS O-Fdaughter Katie by death this woek on every bottlo of Shilohs Vitilizor up tho constitution PRINTINGAND LITHOGRAPHIC INKS I t DM loll CO cmi Lord Enmer returned and moved It novor fails to cure 9 iniiiiiouuu lj v W J W Gayle Druggist hla family to Lexington this week 28 For salo by J W Gaylo 108 Canal CinclilnuM Ohio iuie28 ly t -- THE REV GEO II THAYER of Mr Ed Conloy returned to tho city Bourbon Indsays Both myself and Â¬ Monday after a short slay in Lexing- wifo owo our lives to SHILOHS ton CONSUMPTION CURE 28 For salo by J W Gaylo Mr Georgo Washington roturnod to tho city Tuesday after a short visit to Georgetown and Lexington Tlio largest stock of lino diamonds in 288 St Miss S Walker spent Saturday and tho city Is tit M A Selberts S 1t part of Sunday with frionds in Louis- Â¬ Clair street The Queens last Freo Trip to Europe having excited such univer Â¬ sal interest the publishers of that popular magazine offer another and 200 for expenses to tho person send Â¬ ing tho largest list of English words constructed from letters contained in British North the threo words America Additional prizes consist- Â¬ ing of Silver Tea Sets China Dinner Sets Gold Watches French Music Boxes Potiere Curtains Silk Dresses Mantel Clocks and many other use- Â¬ ful and valuablo articles will also bo awarded in order of merit A spe Â¬ cial prize of a Seal Skin Jacket to the lady and a handsome Shetland Pony to girl or boy delivered freo in Canada or United States sending tho largest lists Everyone sending a list of not less than twenty words will receive a present Send six U S two cent stamps for complete rules illustrated catalogue of prizes and sample number of tho Quoon Ad Â¬ dress tho Canadian Queon Toronto Canada Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Choi era It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined But the discovery of a remedy that positive cures it has been made and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A so cents bottle is enough for one hundred chickens It is guaranteed If after using two thirds of a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded For Salo by Â¬ Â¬ P KlUNK H 110111 CARPENTER I SOUTH SIDE DRUGGISTS lUltSTOW WE CAN AND DO lit Scioto Valley U II West bound tailn arrives at l00 p m FAST MAIL TltUNS dalh t except Sin day from and to Ltulivlllo and all local stations on N and L H rallroaiN all local stations on L N V 31 V stations KC Kv and all local leaves Lexington eastuaid dally except Snndiiy at 1140 a m Make direct connection at Lexlnt ton for points on L A N Lou Sou Ky C N O T 1 Ky ami Ky font K and at Win Â¬ chester for till K C stations West hound train nrrlws nt 1240 p in AlLOMMODAl 10M TRAINS for all points be Â¬ tween Lexington and olive 11111 lnm LtxIiiKton eastwaid iliiliy except Sunday at GHri p m Kust bound connects at Wli Chester with K C K Ky for Klchnionil and Intermediate sta Â¬ tions Westward at Winchester tor Cincinnati Mavsvllle Hid all local stations on K C lly aud at Lexington with Louisville Southern It It for Louisville and all local points on L S It It West bound train nrrltes attiilUa m CINCINNATI FAST LINK leaes Iexltmton east bound at 1105 P in dally lor all local sta Â¬ Lexington aud Mt SttrliiiK tions between Solid tiiiln with elegant KeclluliiK Chali Car Direct Mt Sterling to Cincinnati via Lexington connection In Union Depot Cincinnati for all trains Fast North and West On Sundays Fust Line for Cincinnati arrives at p 111 fir all local statois be Lexington at tween Mt Stei ling und Cincinnati via Lexing Â¬ ton Keturnlng Fast Train will stop at mi sta- Â¬ tion 011 ling to pick up 01 let oil pnsseugus except West bound train arrhes at UHo dall Â¬ Hates and any other Infor- Agent of the Company or l -M- V r t 1 P IflJPpsS TgZ Jeww -- L fcrsiMKianai JlX GRA BBHBHnncaBEiBzxnaHOHBSBnaHssaaBBBBHnnBHiaianiaBnni Our opening was pronounced by all a grand success our new home was the admiration of our people and the many strangers that came to see us and we want to thank them all for their many good words and kindly congratulations We promise this shall be the IE3 E3 OF 3Li 3hE3 PEOPLE ETS 1 IMT IKT For CLOTHING For SHOES For HATS For Furnishing Goods and for Fine Merchant Tailoring The comforts of We have spared no pains nor expense in the construction and the appointments of this METROPOLITAN STORE We have given our people what we think we owe to them nothing is too good for for you to come here bined and it will be a pleasure witn a sman room ana a comparatively aman siulk wc nave caiuuucu our uuimcsb eai11 year iiuu wiui uur siynuicum 01 stores at Louisviwe our purchasing power is second to none in the Southwest This means no more nor less than that our merchandise is owned for less than the sold at less than theirs buyer and seller are com them Beginning in 1873 I smaller dealers pay and is iexmgton ana rranktort SHALL BE OUR MOTTO IN FUTURE Tlxe STPIOTI 32 02STE PEIOE system tlaat will sil ways prevail in oiar stores for all in f utiare slxoi31d nciaJse It TIEHIIEj -- POPULAR PRIG IviE-A-IKT1 1 Bargains from Old Stock on Second Floorj SHOES We invite the ladies to the finest Shoe De partment to be found any where in America and the stock we show is all Â¬ CLOTHING We unhesitatingly assert that our mens boys and childrens suit and overcoat stock is unsurpassed Tt will delight every man or bo1 who needs Clothing It will more than please every mother who has HATS A new stock Clean fresh and better and cheaper than we have ever shown For the NEW AND FRESH The leading Manufacturers of the country are represented here in this immense stock thus insuring an easy selection CHILDREN TO CLOTHE Childrens knee pants 4 to 14 years 25c 35c 50c 75c 1 5150 x t i c 1 ii or ni ii xx px y mmuruii s ijuiiij y- i10 11 yuus 150 250 4 5 G and up to 10 Boys long pants 12 to 18 years 225 3 4 5 and up to 15 Mens suits 350 4 5 7 S 10 12 and up to 25 Mens overcoats 5250 1 0 6 S7 8 10 and up to 30 Boys overcoats 4 to IS years SI S150250 350 450 0 7 and up to 15 - DUNLAP5HAT We have the sole agency but we show the same hat in tbe best stock and the same blocks for I 4 which we guarantee to be We Show the Very Best 1 That money can buy for ladies men and chil- Â¬ dren and also provide for the humblest Boys school shoes for 1 to 125 Girls school shoes for 1 125 and 150 Mens heavy boots for 2 250 and 3 Mens fine calf shoes for 2 250 3 and 5 All marked in plain figures and THE EQUAL OF ANY Mens stiff hats begin at 1 150 S2 50 and 3 up to 5 Boys and childrens caps and hats 10c 15c 25c 50c 75c and 1 All pockets and tastes can be accommodated here ONE LOW PRICE Bargains from TO ALL ONE LOW PRICE TO ALL Old Stock on Second Floor ONE LOW PEIOE TO ALL Bargains from Old Stock on Second Floor V Old Stock on Second Floor nam Bargains from anBMHHHHBmMHMaontnrsiaaRaBMflaiHHBBKiBDiiviBMnniB One Price Only I Ministers and their Families will be entitled to 10 per cent discount from our regular marked low prices The advantages of the One Price system arc many The One Price system means a low price If we arc willing to sell at a given low price the article is so You can see the price as well as he Your child can come here and buy as cheaply as you can marked in plain figures and no salesman can exact more You can as cheap as your neighbor and you never have cause for complaint that any one bought an article at a lower price than you buy Haidlies ONE LOW PRICE TO ALL and M twmWlllllB M MM On the second floor we have provided for the ladies a sitting room where they can here leave their parcels wraps and connected therewith a ladies toilet room and The ZFoiTrtlx Crutcher CTefifersozi rjsr tarks Opposite Oit3r KCall FRANKFORT