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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ifwv --- 4- TiTPptriwn m A PRMKFORT ROMDABOIIT A LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance ume XIV Jett n Klio lortrl Atininva innrl fnnntif ftiTm J ltli4V vnuiii ivmniv iw ti sare thoroughly aroused on the Meet of the tobacco warehouse FRANKFORT where Gods judgments are clearly set forth The lady then sat down the closure in the form of the sing ing of a hymn having boon applied On Sunday afternoon Mr Barnes preached in the Parish Ohurch to a crowded congregation a sermon marked with great eloquence and power and practical common sense In the evening he addressed a meet incr in the Rifle Hall the gates of which were besieged an hour before the service began by a densely packed crowu which imuu ine nan in ieHi than ten minutes after the doors were opened The hall was crammed to suffocation and hundreds of persons Â¬ KX NOVEMBER 8 1890 Number 9 WHAT CURES feather cloudy and disagreeable Farmers have begun cribbing their Difference of Editorial on an Impor Opinion taut Subject What is tho force that ousts disease and which is tho most convenient apparatus for applying it How far is tho regular physician useful to us because we believe in him and how far aro his pills and powders and tonics only the material representatives of his personal influence on our health The regular doctors cure tho homeopathic cure doctors tho Hahenemaunites cure and so do tho faith cures and the mind cures and the so called Christian scientists and advertisthe ing itinerants and tho patent medi- Â¬ cine men They all hit and they all miss and the great difference in the result is that when the regular doctors loses a patient no ono grumbles and when the irregular doctors lose one the community stand on end and Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 0 F B ROWER CO i3inauon patriotic neighbor of the Ducker fhborhood lias a quilt which jii completed will be a perfect of Kentucky The counties are ked by colors their names being Woidered and the rivers are ked It wl be a curiosity well thv of a conspicuous place at the lds Fair in 1802 dame Rumor predicts two wed- in high life near Duckers at irly date Theres many a slip een the cup and the lip but we e the Madame is about right Jme at least there is a Lexing- in And a gentleman from on the jon who are frequently seen in portions and they make no so- of their intentions We can aBk gentlemen if you take rls be good to them tobacco growers of Woodford meeting at Versailles on Satur- last week and the growers of lue Urass district expect a ooom c Lexington on the 12th of this th ely the Graefensburg corres- int must be young and inexpe- id or he would have learned Hnco that two thirds of the peo- ako their bread by the sweat of ow Our new Fall Line of of the other third j game law having expired there ng wagea a war ot extermina- against the birds and rabbits f iff the past ten davs the slautrh- lrias been fearful From earlv lwn the report of the gun is heard in allNdirections and not until dark- Â¬ ness kindly shelters them do the wearjfr little animals And a temporary rest cnnly to meet their fate another day Two new residences have been erected at Jett this season that of Mr II A Trumbo and another the property of Mr Lamb Mr W S Fogghas also erected a neat dwelling in thej suburbs Jett is not on a boom improvements are a solid and but permanent kind Bulldofus -- who were unable to gain admission had to bo turned away from the doors At the close of the service Mr Barnes referred to a pamphlet that had been circulated in Wick pretend- Â¬ ing to give an exposition and criti cism of his views and said that the author of it had once interviewed him and on the strength of that had gone and published without permission the pamphlet which gave an erroneous onesided and misleading statement of his opinions Mr Barnes thanked the people of Wick for the extraordinary kindness and sympa- Â¬ thy they had shown him and said that his audience that night although one of the most uncomfortably crowded ho had over addressed yet was the most orderly and quiet he had ever seen Mr Barnes believes in conducting his services on true gospel lines in making no collections at any of his meetings and in offer- Â¬ ing the gospel without money and without price To defray his travel- Â¬ ing and other exn uses Mr Barnes will to night and to morrow night deliver lectures to which a charge for admission will be made and which will doubtless be as well attended as the regular services were An attractive feature of the evange- Â¬ list meetings is the exquisite singing of Mr Barnes two accomplished daughters who in their pathetic renderings of sacred song simply hold the vast audiences spell bound Mr Barnes who is accompanied by hiB wife and as already mentioned by his two daughters has intimated his intention of returning to Wick on a future occasion when he will hold a second series of meetings Northern Ensign Wick Scotland Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CARPETS ARE SELECT AND EXTENSIVE - vs Morning Herald I have used Warners Safe Cure and but for its timely use would have been I verily believe in my grave from what the doctors termed Brights Disease D F Shriner senior Editor Scioto Gazette Chillicothe unio in a letter dated Juno 30 1SU0 Â¬ Nature cures but nature can bo aided hindered or defeated in the curative process And the Comme- Â¬ rcials contention is that it is the part of rational beings to seek and trust the advice of men of good character who have studied the human systom and learned as far as modern science lights the way how far they can aid nature and how they can best avoid obstructing her Buffalo Commercial It is not our purpose to consider the evils that result from employing the unscrupulous the ignorant char- Â¬ latans and quacks to prescribe for tho maladies that afflict the human fami- Â¬ ly We simply declare that the physician who knows something is better than the physician who knows nothing or very little indeed about the structure and the conditions of Of course he the human system does not not know it all Rochester howls tiser Rochester Union and Adver- Â¬ The Manufacturers have advanced on all grades of carpets and the indications are favor- Â¬ able for a lively increase in prices IMMEDIATE PURCHASES At the prevailing low prices are sure to prove desirable as savings and investments F Carpets Furniture W EH CO hr Dr Hales Household Oint ment Â¬ Restored His Wifes Health My wife suffered for years from debility and a general breaking down of health the result of dis Â¬ eases peculiar to women A few bot- Â¬ tles of Swifts Specific S S S re- Â¬ stored her to perfect health It built her up increased her appetite and weight until she is now the picture of health Tho speedj recover of my wife from her long illness caused all my family and several of my neighbors to take S S S As a tonic we aro all delighted with it George Flammer Covington O Pneumonia Is the only disease which seems to entirely baffle the physicians skill Thousands upon thousands die annually that might be saved if they would use the medieine in the world that is a specific for that dread disease viz Dr Hales Household Ointment which has saved the lives of hundreds of people after having been given up by the physicians when both lungs were badly involved Side 52 There is no remedy known to man that equals Dr Hales Household All goods Ointment for the cure of Pneumonia gnneu free purdiascil at Selbcrts of charge cures the severest cases It It should be in every home in America Price 25 and 50 cents per box Sold Fanners Mean Business at SoutlfeSide drug store 4 P HCARPENTER Col Washington Crutcher of m Franklin county who has one of tho The Kentucky Evange Â¬ finest farms in the State within a fewÂ¬ miles of tho Capital has been inter list in Wick viewed on tho Alliance movement Said he We are gojng to elect The Rev G O Barnes the Ken- Â¬ tucky Evangelist brought to a close men to oilice who will servo us awhileÂ¬ last night his ten days mission in and look after our neglected inter Wick From the very first the ser Â¬ ests The Alliance is well organized vices which were held in the New in Western and Southern Kentucky Rifle Hall were attended by crowds and steadily moving on the central of peoplo every evening the hall be Â¬ section of the State Tho Kentucky ing filled to its utmost capacity The Alliance will not embody the Sub extraordinary earnestness of Mr Treasury scheme in its platform We Barnes addresses and tho dramatic have abandoned that but we propose power and natural eloquence mani Â¬ building tobacco warehouses our fest in his preaching have been the selves at an early date Both Demo Â¬ means of awakening great interest crats and Republicans belong to the amongst all classes of the communi- Â¬ Alliance and wo expect to support ty Possessing no littlo culture and a men inside the party lines who will of apt illustration and a pecu support our measures Wc expect to iar vein of dry American humor take a hand in all tho Legiblative and Mr Barnes is master of a novel anil State olllco canvasses Col Crutcher also states the Alli taking style of address and so thoroughly understands tho art of preach- Â¬ anco will run Dr Clardy of llopkins Â¬ ing in a plain spoken straightfor Â¬ villo for Governor Lexington Tran ward yet sympathetic manner that script he has succeeded in rousing attention and excitement porhaps unprece Â¬ SHILOllS VITALIZER is what you dented in the religious history of need for Constipation Loss of Appo- Wick The revorend gentleman has tite Dizziness and all symptoms of won for himself quite a host of ad Dyspepsia Prico 19 and 75 cents per 27 mirers and woll wishors but oven his bottlo For sale by J W Gayle best menus have beon compelled to regret tho occasional proininenco ho has given to somo of his opinions especially those relating to tho origin and reign of physical and moral evil Highest of all in Leavening Power questions that belong more to the domain of abstract theology and met Â¬ aphysics than to that of evangelistic preaching On Saturday evening a lady rose in tho audionco for tho piir poso of refuting some of Mr Barnes teachings and o flu rod to prove his er rors from tho Scripture but tho revÂ¬ erend gentleman said ho must declin to turn liis meeting into a debating society though ho was quite willing to discuss tho subject in private with anybody His opponent however was not proparod to acquiesco in this arrangement and turning round to tho audionco advised them to read lyJunS tlo 28th chapter of Doutoronomy en-8-5t Is the finest cure in the world It absolutely cures catarrh It cures Cures neuralgia and rheumatism Piles like magic Cures Salt hpimj mPSo in the most soothing manner Inflamed and Granulate Klids Cures Coughs and Colds Can be Cuts bruises taken internally burns chilblains sores of long stand Â¬ ing corns and bunions are cured quickly different from all else supe- Â¬ rior to all else it has no equal 25 and 50c boxes large size cheapest Sold at Phil Carpenters drug store South Wall Paper Draperies - Cor Main Broadway - Lexington Ky EZL ASTIK -- IB PL HEADQUARTERS FOR- - OS Baby Cured My babv had the worst case of Catarrh that I ever saw a small child The nasal discharge afflicted with was very large and very offensive Having some personal knowledge of tho curitivo properties of S S S I gave the baby a course of S S S using nothing else In a short time the discharge from the nose stopped and tho Catarrh was cured entirdly and permanently as there has boon no return of it since Bon Booes jowioffpo IM I in David Zartman May 10 1893 Independence Ohio Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free SWIFT SPECIFIC CO GUNS ORDERED AT WHOLESALE PRICES Â¬ Atlanta Ga DO NOT SUFFER ANY LONGER Â¬ wp hnnrt m rmrhmp- hut - Â¬ Knowing that a oough can be checked in a day and tho first stages of consumption brokon in a week we horobv guarantee Dr Ackers English Cough Remedy and will rofund the money to all who buy take it as per directions and do not find our Htatoment correct if 1 and our prices we guarantee Examine our Stock Beffiro staw JAKU Ixijijijh m Purchasing Elsewhere W Gayle Drugaist FA2TKFOBT EIiEVATOH f r sgs - OOAXi CO W Slilrh For lamo back s iorous cents For salo II 1l x ncu TT a riasier by J W Gayle 27 -- side or chest use Hi riV TJ S Govt Report Aug vj 1889 Â¬ Rcjfol Baking Powder B j ABSOLUTELY PURE CJ t I -- DEALERS IN THE- - HaZEIST1 GKAD1ES foot SteoloISt OIF1 C Prlnclii il OMcd iimllKluvitor Telephones No 2 ami SO Brunoli Olllcoj cor ior St Cliilr COAI at8 fflm Personal Misses Catharine and Julia Prowott of Olark county are visiting Miss Sallie F Holt on Washington street Mr Hiram Berry and wife returned Saturday from a sojourn of Bevoral weeks at Hot Springs Arkansas Miss Maggie Wells of Georgetown is visiting Miss Sue Rodman corner of Second and Cross streets Dr A B Baird of Hartford is visiting his brother-in-laGen Sam E Hill in this city Mrs J T Jackson of Lexington who has been visiting her fathers family in this city returned home Wednesday Mrs Dan Roche of Paris has boon visiting her father Mr M Parker in this city this week Miss Nisba Breckinridge of Lex Â¬ ington is visiting the Misses Pickett in this city Mr Robert Burns Wilson has been visiting Col J Stoddard Johnston in Louisville this week Miss Clara Orutcher of Duckor Station is visiting her aunt Mrs George A Lewis 516 Cross street Rev G 0 Kelley D D formerly of this city is very ill at hiB home in w y The following assignments of U S will leave in a Storekeepers and Gaugers took effect county Texas to spend the winter on Saturday November 1 Mr D H Pifer and wife returned STOREKEEPERS Thursday from a weeks visit to rela- Â¬ tives in Dent county Missouri J R Spiers night W A Gaines Mr John R Shaw who has been Co No 106j near Frankfort quite ill for some time was better E P Stiver additional W A yesterday Co No 4 Frankfort Gaines Jo ias Sugden night George T Stagg Nos 2 and 113 Frankfort Monday Niglit L H Finnell day W A Gaines The London Gaiety Girls will be at Co No 4 Frankfort T C Fitch additional E H Tay- Â¬ the Opera House Monday evening Sons No 53 near Frank lor Jr m New York Judge Alvin Duvall morning for Owenton remain several days cuit Court Mr Lee S Church few days for Live Oak little daughter day afternoon visit of several Crighton and Louisville Major H T Stanton and wife visited his parents Judge R H Stan- Â¬ ton and wile in Maysville last weok Mr Noble Lindsey who is now residing in Cincinnati is visiting his parents in this city Judge and Mrs Wm Lindsay have returned from a visit to Louisville Miss Wooley who has been visiting friends in this city returned to her home in Louisville Miss Spalding of Morganfleld is the guest of Miss Marion Lindsay Mrs A C Hollenkamp has re Â¬ turned to her home in Lexington after a visit to her father in this city Miss Susie Tobin left Friday last for Lebanon where she will spend the winter with her sister Mrs Geo D Boldrick Messrs Thos Brawner and Thos P Wiard of Pineville have been in this city this week visiting relatives Mr James A Murray wife and Â¬ juicy venison steak cut from the ham Resolutions of Respect of a fine 200 pound buck that fell a At a meeting of the Ladies Mission Â¬ victim to his deadly aim in Texas county in that State on Saturday ary Society of the First Presbyterian Small game is also very plentiful in Church held Monday afternoon Nov 3 1890 the following resolutions that country i m were adopted Died In Pennsylvania Whereas Mrs Matilda Reading and Mrs Jane Swigert two of our The friends of Mrs Reisenger oldest and most liberal members formerly Miss Ida Zieglor of Belle- - have by the providence of God been a higher sphere point will regret to hear of her removed to First That while wo bow Resolved death which ioccurred at her homo in in humble submission to the will of York Pennsylvania on Thursday our Heavenly Father wo can but feel their loss She loaves a huBband and two chil- most deeply Second That in their Resolved dren to mourn her loss pure and unselfish lives they have set us an axample which we will en- Â¬ deavor to imitate to the end that we Confirmed ourselves shall be more certain of the come to thoao The favorable impression produced reward which is sure toas theirs were on the first appearance of the agreea- Â¬ whose lives Third such these resolu- Â¬ Resolved That ble liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs tions be spread upon the minutes a few years ago has been more than of the society and published in the confirmed by the pleasant experience Frankfort Roundabout Also that a family of copy of these of all who have used it and the suc- Â¬ the deceased be sent to the cess of the proprietors and manufac- Â¬ Mrs P S Rule Vice President turers the California Fig Syrup Julia R Todd Â¬ v for Catrtatawtf Infants and Children OoUe Ooaatlpatton Oaatorf a Sour Stomach Diarrhoea KrucUUon Kill Wonaa givea atop and promote Wil adapted t children that I recommend itaa mipcrior to aay praaoriptio H A Ascsn X D known to me Ill 8a Oxford St Brocklya N T The um of Caatoria to mi Bntrenal ud a work U meriU so well knows that it Few are too of iupereroMtlontodoreit keep Catforia intellfoat famiUta who do mot within eay reach Gutuoa Kiwrnr DD New tork City Late Paator Bloomingdaie Brforwrt Church ora di- - tGSiajuiiouamedicatioa ea Oaatoria 8our as it has Invariably produced beneficial o so result Edwin F n For several yean I have recommended and shall always continue to Tk Winthrop 77 Pardi M D 188th Street and 7th Are Nw York City Th Cbktaub CewAirr Mcxkay Bnmwrr Haw Yoa Company 5 5t Secretary Nov 3 1890 Tlie Election Following is the result of the gressional election held in this ty on Tuesday last E PRECINCTS IP WAYTS-HARROD-- MARRIED ConcounÂ¬ Â¬ C 2 c c Court bouse 2U3 157 the residence of the brides mother Mr Mary A Harrod at Swallow Field this county on Thursday November 6 1890 by Rev J A Peters Mr Luther Wujts and Miss Martha II r rod Shelbyvllle papers ccpy CAMlBELL-NASH-In on Frankfort Ky Thursday evening November 6 lttX by Rev George Dante Mr Harvey A Campbell of Iey tonli Shelby county and Miss Jennie P Nasli ot Pleasurellle Henry county 11 JACOB S WIGERT CO Have Removed From the Baltzel Buildir OUST E Ho en 5 BORN POSEY Inthls city on Friday 1890 to Mr W H Posey and wife weight Dtfc pounds a daughter October 81 Market house ins house Forks Klkhorn Swltzer Bloomlngton Bridgeport Cedar Run Raid Knob Peaks Mill 97 6J 8 71 55 lZJXT STREET 102 TO I DIED ber COMPTON 6 1890 Josie returned Fri- Â¬ of last week from a weeks to Mr A F family in Brooklyn Flat Creek Reason Total 53 53 3J 24 982 37 13 oclock from the Funeral this afternoon at Baptist Church MAUER In this city Thursday November 6 O Mauer aged 40 jears 1690 Prof funeral this afternoon at 3 oclock from the Episcopal Church 2 1 Compton Mrs Olive Compton In this city on Thursday Novem- Â¬ wife of L F H101 -- MD HM STR EE1I HIS c Basement of the Capital Hntel- - left Thursday where he will attending Cir-Â¬ Internal Revenue Assign ments Tioga Â¬ short time 6They will fill this space with an entirely new advertisement BP K it 9 The a performance at the Opera House on No 2 Frankfort William McEldowney day Labrot Monday evening November 10th Graham No 52 near Frankfort Reserved seats may be had at Ba- Â¬ F A Mitchell day George T Stagg No 113 Frankfort rretts F M Scofleld night John Cochran Co No 37 Frankfort Frankfort Boy to Wed J C Jackson additional W A Co No 4 Frankfort Gaines Mr Jerome Berberich of CincinF E Jouett day E H Taylor Jr Sons No 63 near Frankfort nati son of Mr V Berberich of this A W city and Miss Katie Eckert of Louis-Â¬ lor Jr BlackburnNo night E H Tay- Â¬ 53 near Frank- Â¬ Sons ville will be married at the home of fort the bride in the latter city on Tues- Â¬ Orlando Brown night WA Gaineg Co No 4 Frankfort day M F Wood night Labrot Gra- Â¬ ham No 52 near Frankfort Supper J M Walker day W A Gaines Co No 106 near Frankfort The Willing Workers of the Metho Â¬ GAUGERS dist Church will give a supper for the Gra- Â¬ W Berryman to Labrot J benefit of the Church at the Court ham and E H Taylor Jr Sons house on next Friday evening Let F T Thyer to John Cochran every body go and contribute to this Co and withdrawals atW A Gaines Co cause and get a splendid supper J U Weitzel to W A Gaines Co entries and E H Taylor Jr Sons rect A Pleasant Affair C M Walcutt to J N Blakemore A social dancing party was given at and George T Stagg Nos 2 and 113 STOREKEEPER GAUQERS the residence of Mr Sylvester Sud S S Shephard to J duth in this county on Wednesday J M Saffoll evening at which a large number of No 91 Frankfort young people were present and en- Â¬ Fairview joyed themselves until a late hour A friend should 40000 Pounds ot Turkeys a friends infirmitiesbe willing to bear A wedding is the rumor with us The Adams Express Co have contracted with parties at Lawrenceburg this week Messrs CN Riner and J L Hieatt to ship 10000 pounds of turkeys from were thatplace to Boston Massachusetts ness in the town Monday on busi Â¬ this fall and have put on a large two John horse wagon between this city and edEsquire trip toHamilton has return Texas where ho has from a Lawrenceburg to bring in the fowls been visiting for the past two weeks He says ho did not see a single farm there that ho would exchange for his In a Critical Condition Benson plantation and ho longed to We regret to announce that Mr trample the soil of dear old Kentucky Richard Knott for many years a boiore he reached its borders There was quite a happy meeting leading dry goods merchant in this at Mr Win Cratchers last Wednes city and at present the senior mem- Â¬ day with the young dancing people ber of the large dry goods firm of R of this community Sons in Louisville is lying Knott Miss Sallie Sheets has returned very ill at his home in that city with home from a visit to her brother Mr Llewellyn Sheets of Louisville but little hope of his recovery Mr James Riner visited the family of Mr D L Powers last Tuesday Fine Sport evening Mr DHenry Pifer has just returned Many old soldiors who contracted from a visit to his brother Jacob in in the serDent county Missouri and reports chronic diarrhoea while permanentlyÂ¬ vice have since been hunting good in that section Ho cured of it by Chamberlains Colic d turkeys and we Cholera and Diarahcoa Remedy For fit killed n 8 lm lerl sale by J W Gayle wi Â¬ K D Smith day John Cochran Co No 37 Frankfort Z J Phelps day George T Stagg London Gaiety Girls will give Gaiety Girls fjrt Â¬ Â¬ Tharp Saturday We are very credibly informed that our trustworthy friends J P Moore and wife contemplate visiting Mrs Riddle of Texas in the near future They will be absent from their home about two months The matrimonial boom has again struck our near town Jacksonville Mr Tom J Harlow and Miss Laura Massie were married on Wednesday evening 5th inst at 4 oclock p m at Indian Fork Church the ceremony being performed by Rev Henry F Jordan pastor in charge Rev A P Jones of Clayvillage will preach the funeral discourse of Mrs Lizzie Arnsparger on thesecond Sunday evening in Jacksonville at half past 3 oclock p m Rev E N Jones pastor in charge of the Lockport Circuit has moved his family to Clayvillage where he will remain for one year or longer In the absence of the pastor E N Jones Rev W Frank Clark filled his appointment at Pleasant View last Saturday and Sunday night He had a large and attentive congregation Tom Jennings has rented the hotel at Benson and will take possession of the same in a short time Co have Tharp Bright Olark moved their shingle mill from Frank Â¬ lin over the line into Shelby where they may be found manufacturing a superior cut shingle Our neighbor Tom D Keslor has just finished a two weeks siege of mak- Â¬ Ho claims ing sorghum molasses that his molasses are of a superior quality Messrs Green and Wm Chisholm will visit Now Winchester Clay City and other points of interest in the near future We will miss you sadly William Dont stay long Jimmie Jesse and one of his friends from Midway were down last week on a hunting expedition There must bo something in taste I knew a man once that said he was bound to have a suit of clothes and after examining a 10000 stock couldnt find just the thing ho want Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Pardon me for not writing sooner Diamond ring diamond shirt studs I would have written I guess but diamond ear rings u large stock at M as usual had nothing to write about A Selberts 233 St Clair street 8 5t If this fails to interest you just throw it aside and think of some thing better Miss Lizzie Bradley has returned home after an absence of two weeks to the city Misses Corda and Leah Adams visited Uncle Charlie Adams in JVWttW Louisville last week Miss Leah was delighted with her visit ntVeToH Dr Adams and Wm A Duncan 1 A Perfect Success were in Frankfort last week on very important business A Antolno of Refugio Tho Mrs Emma Duncan and Miss As far Rot am ablo to Judge 1 thinkTex writes as I Pastor Koe Harlow visited Mrs Dr nlKs Neire Tonlo Is a perfect sucoess for any one Catherine who Buffered from a most painful nenrousneisas A M Miles near Bagdad Monday did I feel Col Tom Jones Real Estate Agent I Tonic now like mytsU again after taking the a man of unlimited acquain- Â¬ jNo More Fainting Spells and tances was the guest of George Little Rock July 1888 Â¬ - ROOM B pfljBP Crowded and Everybody Satisfied and Mauy irraisiiig mm fa 1 BBSEr Pi iBBBm unBsBBBBBBBB I havo been suffering for nearly two years Before I took this medicine I doctored a Rreat deal bat to no effect tho doctors always said my blood was very poor but all the medicines would not help me at certain times 1 would feel so ner Â¬ vous and woak so that I would faint away but einco I have used Koenigs Nerve Tonic I have not had a fainting spell MI88 KATIE BCHOEPF Little Rock Pulaski Co Ark Oar Pamphlet for safforers of nervous di seases will be sent free to any address and poor patients can also obtain this modlcins from us free of chargehas been prepared by the Roverend This remedy Kcenlg of Fort Wayne Ind for the past Pastor ten years and is now prepared under bis direc tion by the Â¬ Â¬ pSI IB flRW rJLaiLj 1 BO WHt Price CHICAGO ILL lUdlm on OUitia SOLD BY DRUQOISTB Battle tor 95 91 per Bottle KOEtHO MEDICINE CO 1 w J W GAYLE Druggist Frankfort Ky r r1 HOTEL M D y SURGEON AND SPECIALIST And In charge of the Electrical and SurglcaL Department of the Coffee Medical Institute Louisville Ky at the CAPITAL FRANKFORT SATURDAY NOV 22 I Day Returning every month during the year Dr ilea 1ms been connected ultli the largest hospitals In the country ami has no superior In diagnosing and treating diseases and deformi Â¬ ties lie Mill give 60 for any case that ho can not tell the disease and where located In live minutes He will return to Frankfort every four weeks this year Treats all Curable Medical and Surgical Dis Â¬ eases Acute Chronic Caturrh Diseases of tho Eye Ear Nose Throat and Lungs Dyspepsia Brlghts Disease Dia betes Kidneys Liver Bludder Chronic Female and Sex Â¬ Â¬ ual Diseases Epilepsy or Fits Ciared A- - Positive G aaraa3tee ana Middle Â¬ Hamlet Harrod is very low His condition is re Â¬ garded as dangerous Mr John Harlow near arubridge in Henry county who had hiB leg amputated one week ago died this morning Tuesday the 4th inst from lock jaw His sufferings wore be Â¬ yond description Oatciium Cow Lost A dark brown Jersey heifer with straight short horns strayed or was stolen from the under Â¬ signed two weeks ago Will pay a substitute liboral reward for her retnrn or such information as will enable mo to get CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SAN FRAHQI8Q0 OAU Mrs Mary Owens her L0VI8VIUE KY HW YORK NY 0 lt 300 Wilkerson St ed at this writing LTnclo Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to tho taste and acts gently yet promptly ou tho Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys tem effectually dispels colds head aches and fevers and cures hahittml constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro duced pleasing to the taste and ac ceptahlo to the stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from the moat healthy and agreeahle substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it tho moat popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for ealo in 50c and 81 bottles by all leading drug- Â¬ gists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any Â¬ Young Aged Men Â¬ Suirerlng from Spermatorrhea and Impotency us tlio result of self abuse In youth or excess In uiaturer ears and other causes producing home or the following ellects as emissions blotches debility nervousness dizziness confusion of Ideas aversion to society defective memory and hexuiil exhaustion wlilch unlit the victim for business or marriage are permanently cured by remedies not Injurious By I Â¬ BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES Sypiillls and complications assoro throat fall Ingot hair pain In tlie bones eruptions etc are perfectly eiadlcated without using mercury or other I n urlous di ugs Gonorrhoea fleet ritrlcture and all Urinary and Kidney Troubles aru speedily cured by treat ment that has never tailed Ho undertakes no lucuraoiu cases but cures thousands given up to die Â¬ t If Remember the Date ltcmember the date and come early as his rooms aro always crowded wherever lie stops dltSB if Â¬ CONSULTATION FHEE Correspondence solicited and confidential Ad- - Coffee NO Medical Institute mu Jane 28 1 520 FIFTH STREET LOUISVILLE KY J wmj Mfcf MmffiRflj KjjV nr f- - WWVWMWW V J W WW 1 ITWHreBBTS Tr vf PTTfPTi - 3 Educational th nt Bridgeport e tho programme jDunty Teachers Association t on Saturday next Novem Following irciscs to begin at 10 a m tig exercises g address Miss NoraOCon- Tho Fundamental etic W P is of Arithmetic nd G T Graham ons Common and Decimal H Jordan and Miss Lucy entage Miss Maggie Innes jula Jenkins and Leonora Z OCon- - Ladies and gents flue gold watches a r large stock at M A Selberts the St Vo hope there will bo time to hear Clair street jeweler 8 ot jm all County Superintendent A few more ot the number 7 cook 35 stoves at Buckleys following young ladies of the pfonsburg school nave kindly vol- ered to recite and select pieces ne meeting if there is time suffl- it viz Misses Annio E Tinsley ry E Blythe Nell E Roach Hat- M Lowen Mary B Cogswell 8 j songs and recitation ie ieo D Hancock exercises will be interspersed Bridgeport precinct Wo missed the Roundabout bo The much on Saturday morning went to Lawrencoburg and id not reach hero until Monday We know it was not the fault of the edi- Â¬ tor of that dear old paper The highest structure in tho world Ui Eiffel Towor at Paris 1000 foet high But the great diBoovery of Dr Franklin Miles is certain to towor far above it in promoting humnn hap piness and health This wonderful nerve medicine builds up worn oat systems cures fits spasms hoadocho nervous prostration dizziness sleep lessness monthly pains sexual Mrs troubles etc John R Mlllor of Valparaiso Ind and J D Taylor of Logansport Ind gainoJ 20 pounds a month whilo taking it Finely illustrated treatise on Nor interest Vory few votes polled for Congress- Â¬ vous Diseases and sample bottle of man on Tuesday Not enough inter- the Restorative Nervine free at J W est taken to reach fifty votes in tho Gaylesdrug store who guaraateesit Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tho family of Mr Bon Elliott for two weeks Mr Wilder Dupuy and wife have returned from Hawosvllle after an ab Â¬ sence of several weeks visiting relatives Messrs P 0 Towles and Wm Jackson spent soveral days in Louis- Â¬ ville recently selling cattle They report tho market quite dull Mrs Pink Crockett visited relatives in Lexington and Jessamino county this week Tho Teachers Association to bo held in Bridgeport on Saturday the 15th will bo an occasion of unusual The Wonderful Towcn R K McCLURE Is receiving daily his Fall Stock of BOOTS SHOES k IIS 5 Grate and Mantel Setting T HAVE SECURED THE SERVICES OF A BRICK 1 layer who can set Rrates wood or Iron man Â¬ tels nml all kinds of tile work Call on me a my store on Ann street 5 E POWER Ladles jialize perhaps more fully than lone else the value of a clear and futiful complexion and they also pw how clilncult it is to retain Kshness and beauty when con- ronted by so many diseases incident to females that sap their strength and Science undermine their health progreses There are two remedies when used in connection will cure any case of female weakness of short or long standing and restore the individual to perfect health i FINE ROOFING What People Have to say Relative to Manilla Roofing To miles J E Sods FLOUR M AMD ARCTIC We have a large stock of the very best goods and having bought before the big advance in leather can fur the present give our friends goods at the old prices Our very quickly Dr Hales Household Ointment used in connection with Dr Hales Household Tea will ac- Â¬ complish the desired result quicker and better than any other known remedy Large size 50 cents sold at South Side drug store 4 P H Carpenter large stock of flue gold shirt studs lugs and jewelry or all kinds at u a ox jjorts as St ciair street -- Ie Academy of Music IGreenwood Onera Comoanv finely costumed and strong in JPicayune New Orleans La Opera House Thursday November 13 in the great opera Bocaccio prs presented Uflenbachs crea- called The brigands at the fcademy of Music last night to a full Louse is by no The Brigands means a new opera but it has been given new life by its great success at the Casino in New Yorkj and by the hits on the road made with it by the Carleton Opera Company and by the Greenwood Opera Company playing it here It is understood that the lib- Â¬ retto now used is the work of W S Gilbert but it so closely follows the original book and is so subservient to the music composed for it by the great master of comic opera that but little of the Gilbert flavor is discerned in the story Gilbert is satirical or nothing The Brigands libretto is simply funny without satire and so Gilbert is nothing in it The music is light and always pleasing Miss Marie Greenwood has a surprisingly good Voice sweet and clear and made friends with her audience im Â¬ mediately What is remarkable in comic opera she knows how to sing and gave a sample of her accomplish- Â¬ ments by introducing Arditis Waltz Song which was encored The Daily r cinity EO T STAGG Thia is to certify that we know all SAML R SMITH S M STAGG about R J Cassidy his character Statk of Kentucky habits etc and hereby state over countt of klianklinj11 our own signature that we will carry I N B Smith Clerk of tne County Court for State aforesaid do out to the letter all contracts made the county andInstrument of writing certify that wns on the the by him for the use of our manilla 14thforegoing day of August 1K0 produced to me In said goods Call and see him he has the county and acknowledged before me by Geo T Stags Samuel It Smith and S M Stags to be facts to prove our claim their act and deed whereupon the same togethCo W H Fay er with this certificate hao been duly recorded In myoftlce F D Stafford Manager Given under my hand this IGth day of Octo- Â¬ ber 1MW Camden N J Oct 13 1890 N B SMITH C F C C oct 25 it R J Cassidy Esq Lexington Ky In answer to your re- Â¬ Dear Sir Articles of Incorporation quest for an opinion of the merits of the Fay Manilla Roofing Paper we OF have to observe that our use of it for the past two years on our lumber sheds structures that call for good Kentucky Military Institute Company roofs as well as tho experience of old customers to whom we have sold it extensively has been eminently satisfactory and we feel no hesi- Â¬ The underslaned Fayette Hwttt Ben S tancy in recommending it Hughes W S Farmer A W Overton L B Me Â¬ Franklin County I have just finished a job of this Best in the World roofing for Lew Van Meter Bros of The Use n Other over 600 squares of Manilla Roofing and also for W H Cassidy of over 150 squares also a roof in Cynthiana for W H Wilson of over 400 squares Amendments to Articles of Incorporation which all of them claim it to be one OF of the best and cheapest roofs that has ever been in this country It will CO H TAYLOR JR pay any one in need of roofing to E call on R J Cassidy 248 West Third street Lexington Ky and also see samples and guarantees for ten years on roofs given by W H Fay Co THE UNDERSIGNED STOCKHOLDERS OF K H Taylor Jr Co being the holders Camden N J of all the stock In said corporation hereby Also any one needing ceiling or amend the articles of Incorporation of said com sheeting paper we will furnisn it pany as follows First cheaper than any houso in the reduced toThe capital stock of the corporation Is the and United States according to the qual- Â¬ fifty thousand sum of by 250000 two hundred candollars the retirement and ity of the goods This goods has cellation of the 250000 two hundred and fifty dollars been in use over a quarter of a cen- Â¬ thousand amendedot preferred stock Issued un articles of Incorporation of tury in the United States It nas der the uctooer au inh proven to give satisfaction beyond uaie Second The highest amount of Indebted ness or liability exclusive of distillers and any doubt warehousing bonds and bonds for exportation R J Cassidy and transportation for exportation to which the Lexington Ky corporation Is hereafter at any time to subject Itself shall not exceed two thirds of Its capital 13 1890 stock Camden N J Oct In witness whereof we have hereunto set our To the Residents of Frankfort and Vi- Â¬ hands this 11th day of Octotw r 18JO Â¬ the Citizens of Frankfort and BUELL BOOTS Are the only real water proof boots Our RAILROAD BOX BOOTS Our Are extra Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 250 EVFir BE UP BOOT Is we think best for the money in the country R K McCLURE WATERPROOF COLLAR or CUFF TO 3TQt THE MARK to Sl pllt Wot to Discolort BEARS THIS MARK THAT CAN BE RELIED ON TRADE OUR VERY BEST PEO-- PLE that Dr Aokers English in every way superior to any and aU other preparations for the Throat and Lungs In Whooping Cough and Group it is magic and relieves at once We offer you a sample bottto freo Remember this Remedy 1 sold on a positive guarantee 0 J W Gayui Druggist l5v Conflrm our statement when we m Remedyin IP IS Bridgeport Mrs Laura Flanigan was called to Wincnester last week to attend the Mrs Sue funeral of her sister-in-laFlanigan Misses Mary Lee and Julia Sanders visited relatives at Salvisa last week Elder George Darsies description of Des Moines Iowa and the history given by him of the great Christian Convention in his sermon last Sun day at Bridgeport was quite inter esting Mr Billy Wilson who formerly re sided in this community but now a member of the typographical depart ment of the Louisville Post spent ton days in company with his wife visit Â¬ ing relatives in this neighborhood As the bird law was out ho utilized most of his timo in hunting Fourteen partridges were killed by him with threo shots Good for Billy Mrs Salina Armstrong widow of the late Sam Armstrong received a telegram from Patterson Texas an nouncing tho illness of hor only daughter Mrs P F Donigau She left for that point instantly but be fore Hho reached tho bed Hino of hor daughter death had roliovod hor of her intense suflbring Slio died of dropsy at 2 oclock a m October tho 27th Sho had a swoet and loving dis position smiling when tho shadow of death spread on hor sweet face Hor many irionds and relatives in Ken tucky sympathize with tho bereaved husband mother and brothors in thoir great loss Mr Wallaco North and sister of Carroll county have boon visiting w Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ R J Cassidy may make If you suffer with bad digestion constipation nervousness palpita tion of tho heart etc call on Dr Rea at tho Capital Hotel Saturday Nov 22 and get relieved If ho can not relievo you ho wil tell you so A number of people havo been relieved of tho abovo symptoms in Frankfort and vicinity Nov 1 Om The time of commencement of the corporation Is October 28th IKK and It will terminate on Oc tober 28th 11115 of the corporation are to The this roofing will outlast iron tin or ducted affairs board of sevei directors be conby shingles This offer is open for 12 whom shall abe by such board elected Us one of presi dent The llrst board of directors will consist of months the Incorporators named with Fayette Hewitt as Bridgeford Bros Agents for Frank- Â¬ their president and they will serve i such until the next annual election Cassidy will be elections of directors shall of dlrecto theAnnual lin county and R be held by stock responsible for any contracts they holders on tne llrst Wednesday In November Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ opinion in regard to roof furnished by W H Fay Co Camden N J I beg to say we have our depot cov- Â¬ ered by their roofing ana 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 ing perfectly flat gave me considerable The amount of capital stock authorized Is 15000 fifteen thousand dollars which may be trouble I first had it covered with tin 000 on u vote of then with gravel and at last was com- Â¬ Increased to not exceeding of stockholders pelled to put Fay Company roofing two thirds heldthefor that purpo at stockholders divided Into meeting on it I have had no trouble with shares of tlfty dollarieach to be mbscrlbed and paid for at m cb times and In such mi mer as the the roof since notwithstanding the by laws or board of directors may prescribe and fact that it was put on by an ordinary such shares of stock stall also be tranrferable laborer who nad no experience in In such mannerotas the by laws shall provide and live thousand dollars shall have when the sum roofing been subscribed the Incorporators may proceed Very truly yours to meet and organize as hereinafter directed Â¬ Shivers Moffett Camden N J Oct 11 1890 Mr R J Cassidy Dear Sir At your request for my Truly Brayer E A Penlck and U V Williams and their associates do hereby associate them under the provisions of selves together chapter SO of the General Statutes of Kentucky form a corporation with power to contract and and be contracted with to sue and be sued to ac- Â¬ quire and hold by purchase or otherwise real and personal estate and to mauuge control rent out to sell and convey the same or any part thereof and with all the other powers given b ons law to such corpo The name of tl e corporation shall be Kentucky Military Ins ute Company Its principal place of transacting business shall be In Franklin county Kentucky The general nature of the business proposed to be transacted by It Is the purchasing and con- Â¬ trolling the Kentucky Military Institute proper Â¬ ty for the purpose ot securing and having con ducted thereat a first class Institution ot earr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ QLUL0ID mark NEEDS HO LAUNDERING CAN IE WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMENT THE ONLY LINEN LINED WATERPROOF COLLAR IN THE MARKET C -- E COLLINS DZ1LXBS BRO Shot and Shells An William Coffin Agent I will wager from 100 to 1000 that ilfllnlI Wall Agaata for Laflin 1 Hand EBlriBBfe0 Piptr I Dttsratiou BHUYJUjtt rowsuiao iUENESS LDdJt PLASTER A FULL LINI CEMENT GLASS OILS LEAD AND MIXED PiUk PICKS UttUW BAltS DK1LLS lUUti ASV STJCJI- iOF SXWBB AND FLUB PIPE COB BBOADWAY AND LEWIS STflL rmiXTOBT J Â¬ ANNOUNCEMENT 1KI1 and each succeeding ear thereatter or until their successors are elected and iiualllled shall hae power to pass and en The directors act all by laws rules and regulations neeessarj THE and may alter the same at their pleasure and OXfully SOUTH SIDK I WOlLl UESPKCT I Inform tliu citizens uf Frankfort tint hey may elect such other officers and appoint agents as they may deem necessary fur the have opened h Mich management of the business of tho corporation The highest amount of Indebtedness or llablll IkdZZE-A-- T t to which the corporation Is at any time to sub ject Itself Is two thirds of Its authorized capital ut Wli Second stuet South Frankfort where I wlil constantly keep In stock till kinds of fresh stock Miiisiue Ac il wiikoii will Tho private property of stockholders Is to be ami salt meats miiki reniilar tilps ewr mornlnc and deliver exempt from the corporate debts In testimony whoieof tliu siM Incorporators meats at tho door A share of jour patronage hereto nfllx their signatures this 2bth day of Oc Is solicited 2sL tober lBJO FAYKTTK HEWITT E A IENICK Â¬ Â¬ NEW MEAT STORE STOEE Â¬ BiarslcliarcLt Â¬ For OJomicilniaii Statk of Kkntltky county W S FARM Kit U V II S 1IUGIIK WILLIAMS JfOK S AJIjIE 00 SALE AT A Â¬ Â¬ or Fiianhmn r I N H Smith Clerk of the County Court for the County and State aforesaid do certify that of Woiuonuthorlxed to announce MIKE PAR the Iiuegolng Article- - ui Incorporation on the Kentucky Mldtaiy Institute Company was this KER ns n Candidate tor Councilman from the 2Mb ila of October 1KM piodnced to me In said December 0 county and acknowledged before me by Fajeio Second ward at election SUurda U te Hewitt E A lenlck W S Farmer I V Wil 16JJ liams II S Hughes and A W Overton to bo Â¬ thelract and deed whereupon tho same together Wo are authorized to announce J1IKK SULLI with this ceitlllcato have been duly recorded In VAN as a candidate for Councilman from tho my olitoe December 0 Second Ward at tho cltr election Given under my hand this 23th duy of October X H SMITH C F 00 1810 0 te 1890 s Â¬ Â¬ Wo aroiiuthorteedtouiinouitcu HENRY FIXCEL as a candidate for Councilman from the First Ward at tho December election a w over rox SHELBY HAVE FOH WFthe Mtirksbur Vi FARM LOW 1Ink on tlie road from II id id toilirlHI mslMirj ly lim one ami a quarter miles from Uadad acres lit blue iris and clover plenty of w iter ind orchard line locust uroe and uoo I hoiie of elKht looms upon tho place mid well of splen did water tit the door For terms iiPidy to SCOTT VIOIETT Nov-1-ai- Farm containing KOaciAs FldlRK Â¬ u Fraukfjtt Ky 21-7 jjg jjjait Hflln w 5ir TT f WIKlllipPJI r T7T h i t I have just received from the east the largest stock and assortment of he abr Prices the lowest 1 only handle thee gf era ods i ver brought to this market during the holidays and will guarantee them perfectly fresh Call and examine TJlYjLJtix get our prices iriJiiJXJbi Y G roce Side 1be Charity Lodge and Douglas FRAMFORT roundabout both which bodies he was Camp of Remarkable Runaway a mem of FOR SALaEI Try m Bog S Mty kg young man from tho country was ber turned out full force headed C3 JNov m CAKE FRUIT So-u-tl- a Â¬ Catered at the post ofllce at Knuikfort Kentucky aa second class mailable matter A in A 4 4E0 LEWIS Editor and Publisher NOVEMBEK 8 FRANKFORT 1810 Sudden Death Prof Joseph Otto Mnuev the popu Â¬ lar and well known music teacher in this city died suddenly at his home on Ann street Thursday afternoon about one oclock with heart disÂ¬ 1 n J m He had been sick on Wednes- Â¬ day night was still feeling badly and lying down when a pupil came into receive a music lesson He arose from his bod and went in to an adjoining to give him instruction and in a few minutes fell a corpse in the floor The deceased was about 40 years of age was born in I avarli and came to this country when 16 years of age ers He located in New York and after- Â¬ Married in Cincinnati A meeting of the tobacco growers wards enlisted as musician in the 4th of Franklin county was held at the He came to this city U S Infantry Mr Harry I Todd Crittenden son first in the spring of 1S71 when two of Col R H Crittenden and Miss Court House Monday afternoon at companies an the headquarters of Willie Bakewell of Louisville were two oclock Hon Thos W Scott his regiment were stationed here quietly married at Cincinnati last was elected chairman and Squire G When the regiment was ordered week The groom has recently been W Hall appointed Secret ry The weBt ho went with it hut after his in the employ of Messrs Congleton chairman stated the object of the term of service expired he returned Bros in this city but is now on tho meeting to bo the appointment of and has since been a resident of road as a traveling man The marriage delegates to represent Franklin coun- Â¬ On the 8th of January was quite a surprise to the friends of ty in the Convention of Tobacco this city 1880 he married Miss Kate McClel Raisers which meets in Lexington on the young couple Wednesday November 12th After lan of Hamilton Ohio who still sur- Â¬ Ca- Â¬ considerable discussion Hon Thos vives him During his residence in Will Enlarge pacity W Scott and Messrs Wash Crutcher this city he made a host of friends and Alex Julian were selected as the to whom his sudden and untimely Messrs Mason Foard Co will re- Â¬ delegates who pledged themselves death was a great shock The heart broken widow has the move their shoe factory to the Eddy to attend the Lexington meeting deepest sympathy of the entire com- Â¬ ville Penitentiary in the next thirty After listening to short speeches from days and will greatly enlarge their Dr J CWilson and others the meet- Â¬ munity in her great affliction af- chair factory as the demand for ing adjourned The funeral will take place this ternoon at 2 oclock from Ascension chairs of their make is increasing so rapidly that they can not supply Stricken With Paralysis Church the trade with their present facilities Forget to Register The machinery for the shoe factory Major Hiram Bassett one of the will be shipped by boat from this city brightest Freemasons in the world was stricken with paralysiB on Satur- Â¬ Polls will be openedin each ward to Eddyville day morning at his home in Millers of the city Monday morning and Agent of midland will remain open on Tuesday and burg Bourbon county loBing the use Wednesday for the registration of of his arms limbs mind and speech of this city in part and has since grown gradually the names of voters who expect to Mr Howard Orbison agent of the worse his death being expected at any cast their votes at the city elections has been appointed Kentucky Midland Railway in this time He is Past Grand Master and to be held in this city for Council men on the first Saturday in Decem- Â¬ city to succeed Mr Geo Bryant who Grand Secretary of the Grand Lodge ber and for School Trustees on the resigned on the first of the month to of Kentucky Past Grand High Priest First Saturday in January Each accept a position with the Cincinnati of the Grand Chapter Past Grand voter must go in person and register Southern Road Howard is a young Commander of the Grand Comman busi- Â¬ in the ward in which he resides The man but if close application to pa- Â¬ dery and Past Grand Masker of the ness and polite attention to the following officers have been appoint- Â¬ Grand Council York Rite and also road ed by the County Judge to conduct trons of the agent are the requisites a 33d degree Scottish Rite Mason he will certainly for a good the registration An upright honorable gentleman make a first class one Ward R H Gayle and T First who made friends of all he met McClure Phythian judges John S Later He died at noon Thursday Trotting Meeting Harrod clerk Second Ward Wm S Dehoney Large Lemons The Frankfort Trotting Association A B Waggoner judges G T will hold a two days meeting next and Two of the largest lemons overseen Church clerk week Wednesday and Thursday the Third Ward Jas W Heffner and 11th and 12th The races will be for in this section are on exhibition in J J Quinn judges W 0 Williams the following classes 250 240 and the window of Messrs Chapman They were clerk 300 and the purse 25 in each race Williams drug store Mrs Joel Scott of the Â¬ grown by The races will take place at time ad Scooped tlie Ribbons vertised if there is a good day and Woodlake neighborhood this county track otherwise they will be post- Â¬ and presented o Mr Ohas G Rus- Â¬ At the Owen Fair Dr 0 C Lewis poned from day to day until finished sell They are fully developed about of Stamping Ground took the pre- Standard stakes and special rates five inches through and about 15 mium on best mare colt foal of 1810 will be announced later Tho en- Â¬ inches in circumference and the two on best harness more trance fee in each race will bo ten per weigh 2 poi nds 7 ounces and under two on b st harness geld Â¬ cent of the purse and entries will ing two years old and under three close on Monday next November New Ticket Agent on bast harness stallion two years old 10th Mr Frank L Crafft former chief and under three and certificate on train dispatcher of tho Kentucky best brood mare with one or more Distressing Accident Midland Railway has been appoint- Â¬ Io also won the foals at her sido - o with Finette N Rail- Â¬ Littlo Pattio Keenon daughter of ed ticket agent of tho L yearling trottrig rby Leeward by O ward dam by Mr U Keenon was sitting upon a road in this city to succeed Mr ricson Meringo son of There table in the kitchen at tho residence John S Grant and removed back to Capt B C this city to reside Mr Crafft is an were fivo entries in o race and three of her grandfather heats were trotted u the mud In Milam one day last woek when some exceedingly polite and accommodat- Â¬ Leeward Dr Lewis ima one of the one rang tho front door boll and she ing gentleman and we are glad to best of Onwards g it oeing only five started to jump down to go to the know that ho is to remain with us years old and having performers to door In doing so sho throw out her permanently right hand and struck a window noar his credit Good for a Dry Season her broke out a pano of glass which to go through and i Dead Jvlor allowed her hand Mr William M Bedford of the as she slid down from tho table the odges of tho glass caught her Forks of Elkhorn Precinct haa Jack Morton a w known colored jagged man who has boon rlinpf a team in wrist and cut it horribly Medical brought us in a sample half peek of v of years died aid was immediately summoned and his Irsh potato crop They run this city for a nm xy on Sunday every effort was made to savo tho from five to seven and a half inches at his homo in J Monday aftor- - little ones hand Sho is now doing in length and from two to four and a His funoral took For a dry season r werj intored as well as possible and it is hoped half through noon and tho will bo not uselcssalthough when the potato crop was almost a the order of her hand with the honort failure this is doing first rate jr Friendship the leaders were cut in the wrist thort ease Â¬ He was an coming into town Sunday morning by Bailys Brass Band forward man and a over the Louisville pike in a spring honest straight quiet good tizen highly respected wagon with a lady and two littlo girls and at the top of tho hill a mile by both white and colored m above the city a backing strap broke Another Lot Sold letting the vehicle run upon tho horses heels and causing it to run Mr Jos Robinson has purchased away They dashed down tho hill in from Col L P Tarlton a lot fronting Second street across tho bridge up forty feet on Steele street and run Â¬ St Clair to Broadwry and thence to ning back one hundred and fifty feet the corner of Ann where the horse for 1450 and will erect a neat frame fell on a crossing and was held down roaiflonno imnn If flin Int lioa nil rhfi by a gentleman standing on the cor- Â¬ corner of an alley and is very desira- - ner The driver succeeded in guid Â¬ ble ing the horse all that distance and prevented his running into anything Local Option Defeated and strange to say no one was hurt In a closely contested election at and the wagon not injured only the Stamping Ground on Tuesday local swingle tree was broken The fe- Â¬ option was defeated by a majority of males in the wagon kept their seats twenty two In order to start a sa- Â¬ did not attempt to jump out in all loon in that place however a man that mad race and thus escaped in- Â¬ will have to pay a local license of five jury m hundred dollars in addition to State Meeting of Tobacco Grow Â¬ and county license j strot t httnien Fr mkfort Oct HAVK VOU WE iiIph building SALK lut ll 3m A HAMJAIN A leet on Lomui Thlnt mid Campbell In South SCOTT VIOIETT AT IWxfcO POSTED farm known us the Highland Home Is post Â¬ ed mid hunters and others are hereby warned not to trespass upon tho saino IS TO NOTIFY ALL PERSONS THAT MY OctaMt M1W KATE MAJOR WILLIAMS J W GAYLl FRANKFORT Mar lyr 1 For Sale by House and Lot for Sale Druggist Old Market house Cornell - Tl TOFFERFORSALEMY HOUSE AND LOT ON 1 Todd htreet nt a bargain The house contains Me rooms and the lot Is 75 by 150 feet Fine cis- Â¬ tern In the yard DALLAS COKE Oct 2J lin H G GIVEN THAT THE FOL NOTICE IS HEREBYposted aiul ah hunters are farms are warned to keep off of said premises as the law will be strictly enforced J S Wilson W II Caulk J D lirreiit Joe 1arrent Jim Hawkins Tom Elliott Hen Elliott Oitn Wheat i W Hall A Julian KHrown W II Iarrent Tom Wllboii W U NOTICE Sargent Charley Jenkins MATTERS -- te 5 lm Fliturijlir 334 MAIN STRliliT Farm for Rent or sale THE splendid farm of Mrs M J Dudley sltu ated one mile from F ankfort on the Ver Â¬ sailles pike containing about ifiS acres is for sale on reasonable terms or will be rented for the year beginning March 1 1891 For particu- Â¬ FRANK CUINN lars apply to 1 FRANKFORT W IFAXjXj 1S90 1 Their BLUE GRASS NURSERIES IMMENSE STOCK OF FRUIT AND ORNAMEN 1 tal trees Grapevines Aspiragus small trees and everything for the lawn orchard and garden We have no agents but sell direct at low prices to the planter Write for catalogue to H CREAM 131 A HlbffiM S5 EfiW F HILLENMEYER Sept 27 3m Lexington Ky MIH IF YOU WANT ill IB 5 EXINGTONK V f l FARM FOR SALE FOR SALE AT A GREAT BARGAIN my farm containing 170 acres at the mouth of Elkhorn on the Kentucky river In Franklin county It Is mostly bottom land and Is suitable for the cultivation of com and tobacco It Is finely watered by ponds and springs and has about 20 acres well set In bluegrass It hus uponÂ¬ It a good residence good barn and other neces sary out buildings so located aa to make u de- Â¬ Dont T OFFEK 1 GOOD BREAD AND A HAPPY COOK USE the CREAM FLOUR MADE BY lightful home For terms call on or address my attorneys Scott Vlolett Frankfort Ky MAHY F QUARLES 16 uug 6m LEXINGTON ROLLER MILLS KY COMPANY FOE S-X-i- E- LEXINGTON AD conLouisville pike 5 miles from Frankfort taining 39 acres of first quality land well sup plied with water both for stock and family use there being two fine springs and a good well thereon Same Is well Improved as to fencing Ac The residence barn and all necessary out- Â¬ houses Including Ice house lire In good condi- Â¬ tion For terms and further particulars apply to me at my residence 418 Broadway Frankfort Â¬ Â¬ FORMER RESIDENCE AND FARM MY Jncent to Bridgeport Immediately on the Dr W I Kelley OF CINCINNATI WILL BI AT THI IN FRANKFORT OHIO K- i i 4 Ky G Oct ll W CUINN Y- 3m PRIDAY NOV 28 1890 -- FOR SALE Valuable City Residence Property BLEEDING Cored dLIND or ITCHING and wltfe h wlimt any inisteat oertUlo Â¬ Chloroform Ligature or Knife BRICK RESIDENCE PROP THE TWO STORYthe Sidney Johnson place known us of treataMM U not neoMMry wlU ttli Hltuated on north tide of Main street Frankfort v underMgned If not sold Inonoffered for Mile by icir the Capital Hotel FISTULA IN ANO or before Janu me Â¬ one-year-o- ld ary 1st lbyi the same will be for rent The property Is In first class condition For terms dec apply to CHAS F EXDM Attorney for Johnson heirs Oct 25 Iicond FISSURES Care wttteut MtUng or tearing tf ULCERATION Of CATARRh city OHE DOLLAR WEEKLY BUYS A GOOD GOLD WATOH tnt bewtl eared dmb vUltlngthls BY OCR CLDB SYSTEM Our 14 kuret patent stiffened gold cases are warranted for 20 years Wultbam and Elgin movement reliable and well known Stem wind and set hunting or open face ladys or gentB size Equal to any 75 wutch We sell one of these watches for arlyfor neurly stvut nine uiu ile unit cures he haamaoe mdobi the wealthy and tnnumtn citizens are sufficient arMtnui of hli suoeeMIt U now a well iwtaMUkMl fact that maa du eases of the stomach liver kidney bladder w - Dr Xn hai now rgn womb and nerrout system are either caueed ancravated by the coexistence of PILKS riBTO to iaTwaSOMorRKTAL OLCKB r Jack Jas M Wlthrow Fr in fort Ky and send to any address by registered mall orÂ¬ DR EBFLYTfl effie a rertdenoe is at fll by express C O D with privilege of examina and wnere street Wft Eighth erary day uiotaaaUweek RXCIPTa tion may be foaad ef aaeb s Our agent at Durham N a Our Jewelers have confessed ti dont know FBIDAlB AID BATUBDAYB how you can furnish such work for tlu money a tat Paatpkleto deaetiMag taeee dlaeaM raodeot treaUaeat aeat free U aay one ay s dressing f wanted at each placo Write for particulars 28 CASH David Moore Benson Dr K 5C ttober Franiiert Cy Vranklin Morris flraarensbtrg J T Btouiu Frankfort Ky Y Herbeneft rraokfert Ky Ee L P HoiMt fleaeeo F A H McClure rnuiirtert hy Blchard yergaiea rranHturlS WJ Hackee Itaaxtart Ky K EMPIRE WATOH CO 48 259 West Blghth 8t Oincl nnnti O CONSULTATION JiTRHJ W I KELLEY M Dv m n M and 60 Maiden Lane New York N Y jr tM1tlt I- 3 W J MMjrtiWjiiiajitfig U J JUBUBBS HBJM 11331 II -Uiar VTUiUUll Ul gUUUO lUUOl UC TRUE FT OO j w The same rom the cheapest to the finest and all kinds of domesticsuvusually kept in a first class Dry Goods House inported and - Domestic - Dress- - Goods So I will make such low prices as will sell them at once Call early while my stock is yet complete and you will f a to sell the Dry Goods determined to make a change ain my business that is latest and most desirable branch out entirely line of consisting of full assortment of the you aii Interest Vlwou vwu liiwa v-r-Li avi cvjvujlx jjlu will This partic- - XltJllJ SAVE XIIWE FULLY A 50 PER CENT roent Â¬ Theres no place like Frankfort to live and nearly all who Taking effect Sunday May 12h 1883 tke following time table will be in effect leave it want to return TABLE ily to reside Telling Address ED HHRRIS FRANKFORT No Money Required of Responsible Parties to Treat pon this road nkinn soura Ko231eaTeiFrnnkfort No 17 leaTOB Frankfort No 21 learei Frankfort Social Gathering 815 213 p m 812 p in 1003 a m 500 p m 612 p m 550 a m a m NolflleaTes Frankfort No No No No TBAINS MORTII at Lntfrnngo By reference to another column it for Cincinnati and at Anchorage for Bloomfield will be seen that Messrs Buckley No 21 makes connection at Lagrange for Cincinnati and at Anchorage lor Stephenson have just fitted up a first class grist mill upon the yard of the jfUoomtleld E P BRYAN Frankfort Brick Co on the Owenton Agent pike where they are prepared to do custom grinding Farmers should give them a trial 18 leftTee Frankfort 20 leaves Frankfort 22 leaves Frankfort 24 arrives Frankfort No 23 makes connection U10 p m Miss Shyer Stephens entertained a few of her young friendB on Friday evening of last week at her mothers The residence on Cross street young people spent quite an enjoya at Des Moines Iowa And every fourth week therealtcr ble evening The Church Extension Fund is in a In the letter of Rev B B Tyler formerly of this city written from New York to the Christian Standard of last week he speaks in the following complimentary terms of the ad- Â¬ dress of Rev George Darsie of this city delivered before the National Convention of the Christian Church Fourteenth Regular Visit KY WEDNESDAY NOT 26 Consultation and Examination Free New Grist Mill L iSOHORft m A An Old Citizen to Leave Mr Robert McMillan an old and highly respected citizen of the Jett neighborhood who has been residing upon the old Gen Peter Dudley farm for the past twenty five years has rented his farm and will remove to Paris next week to reside MUnMIDIMD TRAINS RUN BYkGENTRAL jNo3No1 P M AM STANDARD TIME I 30j645 A number of sport loving young 3S9 6 12 StmpgGrnd Georgetown 4151655 men of this city are preparing planB 8411 1638 43017 09 Newtown 8 29 H25 for a base ball organization lor next Centrevllle 442720 81016 PC season that will be a credit to the en- Â¬ 5051741 Ar Paris Lv tire State It is the intention to or CresConnections at Georgetown with Queen clubs at Frankfort Paris cent or Cincinnati and the East eorgetown Winchester Mt Sterl- Â¬ PM ing and this city and play a series PH a m 8lfl of games for tne Championship Ar Frankfort 3 05 545 Lv 926 728 854 6 55 I I Â¬ 326 607 3181563 Lv FrankfOiAr Elkhorn Swltter Nq2No4 A MllM lOtti 810 950 762 9 41 743 capital condition The address of the Convention was delivered by George Darsie of Frankfort Ky in behalf of this department of Chris- Â¬ tian effort The address ought to be printed in the form of an envelope tract and distributed by the ten thou- Â¬ sand After the delivery of this ad dress a brief appeal was made by F M Rains and the fund was increased by 5000 It now amounts to more than 40000 The editor of the Christian Stan- Â¬ dard also says editorially The address by Geo Darsie of 1 ranklort Kentucky was one ot the best of the Convention and it was a strong and telling plea for a largo and an immediate increase in the Fund F M Rains the retiring secretary made an appeal immediately follow- Â¬ ing the enthusiastic speech and near- Â¬ ly 5500 was secured Â¬ Base Ball Lecture Course During the winter the following en- Â¬ tertainments will be given in this city for the benefit of the Ladies Confederate Monument Association To night Hon Samuel Phelps Le land will deliver the opening lecture at the Opera House his subject being World Making In January we are to have Freder- Â¬ ick Lasey Reader and Impersonator and the Harvard Quartette In February Dr James Hedley will lecture upon Heroes and Heroism In March Selvbert Quartette will be here Tlu Eminent Specialist formerly resident Physician of the Philadelphia Genital tii Tickets to single entertainments pital Physician in charge of the Ohio MeJical Institute Cincinnati Ohio has for will be 50 cents 25 cents extra for re- Â¬ twenty five years successfully devoted his time to the treatment of his spec- Â¬ ialties He successfully treas all curable case- of Chronic and Nervous served seats Season tickets with Diseases His treatment is based on the largest experience after reserved seats 200 thorough educational preparation Seats for the lecture to night can Bheomatlsm li t mtlallr a dtitaie of the nerrous its delay If not oured it kade to enlarged proetate flaadne be reserved at Barretts KmM all lata Inreitlfatlon prerM eejc oil a doubt Acting toui debility and premature decay we guarantee a cure In Â¬ 415 655 620 1015 At Geortretown Cincinnati Lv 6 55 403 Connections at Paris with Ky Central Ry P M A Ml 80R 54R Lv j Lexington Press Qo to work boys and get your club ready to do Lexington up AMlPM 810 600 415 655 605 Georgetown MaysTllle Frankfort 7 47 10 45 Ar Paris Cincinnati Ar 10 0 81 854 655 County Court A large crowd attended County Court on Monday the offerings of - 23 C H BOG1Y1AN M - Df 381010351Ar 620124fiAr 780 125Ar Winchester Richmond Lv 5201 Lvl 7151 Lvl 6101 1 65 SHORTEST QUICKEST HOUTI Cincinnati and the East GKO D HARPER Gen Superintendent V L CLARK B T FARMER Cltv Ticket Adt Pass A nt GenFrelPht FflANKFOftT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT NOVEMBER 8 1800 Sold Ills House Mr W A Howard the Main street grocer haB purchased from Mr James Fitzpatrick his residence on Main stock upon street were large and the prices fair Bennett Branham auctioneer re- Â¬ ports the following sales 1 mule 150 12 head of yearling cattle 1275 per head 1 buggy and horse 5550 2 18250 1 common horse head of cattle 225 per hundred 1 horse 141 1 old brood mare 21 14 head of old sheep 2 per head 5 calves 775 per head 1 calf 10 D P Bentley auctioneer reports the following 10 horses from 10 to 20 to 65 two 145 4 muleB from milk cows 15 and 25 D A Peters auctioneer reports the following 16 mules from 21 to 135 m A Bourbon Delegation street Price private Read Ills Announcement Mr Mike Parker announces himself aa a candidate for Councilman from the Second Ward Mr Parker is a hard working mechanic and for the first time asks for ofllco at the hands of the people m Come Back to Reside ty last summer to reside near Tunnel Mr S W Paine who loft this coun- Â¬ m Hill in Hardin county has traded his COURTS 27 ANUFACTURKIIS O-Fplace in Hardin county to Mr W ILL PBaCTICK DJ THE ivnintlx O franklin and tha aullnlnlncr m will also rue pUl attention To the purchase Q Green for the house and lot PRINTINGAND LITHOGRAPHIC INKS Jas collection of r nta elalnti Patronize home industries and and the of real Mtat ef VARNISHES ETC Lnrco stock of solid Silverware at M opposite the Feeble mindod Instituto and igottatr loam 103 Canal Clnclnnntl uue28 ly Sons flour Ohio 8 5U buy Miles 14 Jnnav I - A Selbcrts the jeweler and has returned here with his fam-Mn- Perched upon a bust of Phallas or better yet on some bandy shelf the sensible housekeopor has her bottlo of Dr Bulls Cougn Syrup and when the child has a distressing cough or a touch of croup she cures the little one in no time What do precher talk bout to- Â¬ Oh he tolled day Brudder Julius bout Samson beat dem Philistines on you know I mose cry to tink dem poor croeters couldnt got no Salva- Â¬ tion Oil The time was when chickens took the cholera we said good bye chick but now wo give them Canters magic chickon cholera cure knowing full well that they will soon be all right J W Gayle again Sold by Phil Ourponter Dlseo The following prsoners sentenced cc Cirat the last term of the Bourbon cuit Court were received at the Penitentiary on Tuesday George Honaker white five years for horse stealing Charles Marshall two years man Â¬ slaughter Sam Williams two years for bur lary Wm Scott two years for grand -- nvery person consulting us should brine or scnil fourto six ounces of their urine whicrxwe will huhmit to a thorough microscopical examination and cliemlcal analysis a certificate and chart of larceny Julius Forney two years man which will be furnished the patient baffled the skill or other physicians Why Because our- oateasWe We cure old cases wliUlt hao slaughter experience enables us to recognize the Muses ef We invite all who have failed toebtaln xM elsewhere to consult us All curable uases are Sanford Young three years for guarinteed hog stealing mail end express Patients Where possible personal consultation Is preferable List Robt Burleigh three years mali- Â¬ of questions treated byon application sent free cious cutting strictly confiuental Treatment sent C O U to any All cases anil c Jordan Scott one year for grand part of the United urepoiuieiiLe States and Canada Address with stamp for reply larceny Richard Crockett one year for C XLC O malicious cutting p O BOX 703 m Do not bo discouraged Headaches can be cured Bakers Famous KltAMl HlOLl K B Bahstow Seu und Treas President Headache Specific will surely cure WM A11 Hit Kit 11 T you Sold bv Wickliflb Chapman Vlee rrclilent Superintendent 3 314 Main street W ATTORN Co The Stanflard Printing SHILOHS COUGH and Consump Â¬ Cure is sold by us on a guarantee RBAL ESTATE AGENT tion Formerly the Standard Printing Ink Works It cures Consumption For sale by Â¬ uchcaiee and a perfect restoration to beaxhasd phy ileal Tilt To the Lavdiea We hare for yeart made a apcclalty the dlieuea of women Mne tenthi of the lotfrrlOM of th treatment world are borne by women and without reaton When U of the Kldneji li the retalt of faulty Brlghts of theia dlieafi li praterlr underitood tadr car nutrition oxer nhnulitlon or the uie tf Improper remedlee to cauie and complete certain Our large boipltal experience enable 1 to understand thene lncre the How of urine aud treat them from thelateal aelr so Diseases of the Digestive Organs are the most fre tide iiaaJpoiot Local treatment which by miny object to w quent cauie 1 or the more liul diicaie conitltutional at 1riptpila Liver Com rarely rind necenary Our treatment li local remediei with which we luilruct the patienu to tree plalni Cooillfillon anl Cbronie Diarrhea all rnull la imper feet nutrition ant rendtr life mlieratle Early interference li themieltea at their on nomee true economy of time money and health Private Dlaiaees Strieure Gleet Venereal Tat Young Men who are rapidly approaching Imanity and Syphllli uoaorrbi linpotency anl Sterility ire prompt death rrutniecretnabiu will do well tocomultui atonce Tbeio and effectually curtd by our itwcial reroedlei Weharaipent habiti are the remit of diieaie not rice and we cure men thouiandiof dolUri In lime and money to giU inowledM He iarite your fullest confidence and In thii direction caie without fall proulie you relief Epilepsy or Fits Thii phenomena nr the Jerrooat 17ddleAeed Men who nbierre certain IrritaUooi of ritem is the reiult of diieaie lecated In center the bladder and urethra or water pauae with icdlmenti In Our method of treatment which iientlrelr tut ntrre haa been our own the urine ehould arall IhemirlvM of ou treatment Such eymp admitted by the tn itiUentliti of the world to produce radical tomi are Indlcatloui of lerolnai vcakneis which admit o no eurw In the moit debilitated lubjecw open rheumatic ucctii Uli theorr we hue tor ean treated It with phenontnal The dtformlilM ml heart affection resulting from lnttammauoai may all be aiolJM or cured 07 oar ille Dr Bogman Cincinnati 1 BAr-IM- CROMWELL EY-AT-LA- M Smoke LMG ajiif DURHAM HAVANA i Cigar iiriii liiiiiyiitffttrf FILLER Best on Esurtlta 5 CENTS nmy24 t jf IttfklitttlisKilIrtMfMiiii nrif ir afcttfltMtittfi JltJlTiLlitiifr i fir jirjj P M jrJ m V yfflftfllP HGk -- Religious We fi would be greatly obliged lo tbe ministers and officers ol churches in the city if they would furnish us with nny announcements which they may wisli made fll I TflVI flD III II UM UJ U 1U1LUU S MS Rev George Darsie preaches at Graefensburg to morrow at 3 p m Rev Mr Sheverton will preach at Cedar Chapel to morrow morning at 1030 ocloc K f AND FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS OF W beware of misrepresentation HONEST PARTIES 730 ing assembles in the chapel of the Christian Church Tuesday night at The Union S S Teachers Meet Â¬ Rev J McClusky Blayney D D will occupy hie pulpit at the First Presbyterian Church to morrow at 11 a m and 730 p m oclock a at the Southern Presbyterian hurch to morrow morning at 11 m Rev W G Neville will occupy his and at 730 p m The usual services at Ascension Church to morrow morning at 11 oclock and 730 p m will be conducted by Rev E A Penick the rector Â¬ Rev Father Lambert Young the pastor will conduct the services at the Church of the Good Shepherd to- Â¬ morrow First mass at 8 a m Sec ond mass 1030 a m Vespers at 3 p m Â¬ - L occupy the pulpit at the Methodist Church to morrow morning at 11 oclock and at 730 p m Sunday school at 930 a m Mr Henderson extends a cordial Invitation to the members of the Constitutional Convention to attend these services Rev George W Manley of Louis Â¬ ville will occupy the pulpit at the Baptist Church to morrow morning at 11 oclock and evening at 730 oclock Sunday school in the chapel Rev H G Henderson A M will at 930 a m Rev George Darsie will occupy his pit at the Christian Church to 0 rrow morning at 7 apel at Society of ristian Endeavor meets in the p m p m as usual he Young Peoples m 11 oclock and at v The resolution passed by the last 8 Baptist Conference forbidding Bap Â¬ tist preachers preaching in Method Special Sale of Fall Ging hams 1st churches has caused considerable bitterness among the church mem Â¬ 7J cents for ginghams worth 10 bers of this city A Baptist young cents 10 cents for ginghams worth Co man can not persuade his girl to go 121 Sam D Johnson to his church nor will a Methodist 8 young man go to the Baptist church millinery with a Baptist girl Several of our people left the city Wo are constantly receiving addi Â¬ Monday to attend the funeral of tions to our always select stockjof im- Â¬ He was JErof Simmons in Louisville domestic goods -well known here where he made the ported and Sam D Johnson Co 8 Â¬ greatest speech of his life in the Sen ate Chamber some vears aero in bo- Cloaks Cloaks Jialf of the Norinnl School of which A largo and stylish lino of Ladies ha Senate ordered three thousand copies printed He was one of the Misses and Childrens jackets coats leading men of his race in the South and cloaks at very low prices Co Sam D Johnson and wherever lie located no always 8 for the welfare of his colored Worked Co in lor Is follow citizoiiB in an educational way Wo have a small lot that wo will The writer wns a warm friend and closo out at cost dmirer of the gifted man Co Sam D Johnson Mr Jack Morton died at his resi- - 8 ence in South Frankfort Sunday Loii Cloaks iorning Ho was a leading member it the U B F and of the First Inde- - Wo havo eighteen long cloaks that endent Baptist Church He leaves wo will closo out at half price Co Sam D Johnson largo family to mourn his loss All 8 Xt loving hands could do during illness was flone by the loving Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria Â¬ last week receipts for the same period of 806 hhds Sales on our market since Jan- Â¬ uary 1st amount to 129488 hhds Our market this week is without any new features the better grades of leaf in good condition continuing to sell remarkably high while the common and funked grades are zens relatively very low A few hogsheads Every member of the Industrial Le- Â¬ of low grades new tobacco were sold gion Lodge is expected to be at the on our market this week being the The lall next Wednesday evening as bus first offerings of the season ness of importance will be brought crop is unusually late in beginning to move efore the body The following quotations fairly Let no colored man fail to register represent our market for burloy The daughter of Mr Louis Harris tobacco Trash dark or damaged is very sick at this writing 3 50 2 00 Mr M O Johnson one of Frank- Â¬ tobacco 8 00 4 00 forts best known citizens who has Colory trash been quite ill for several months is Common lugs not colory 3 505 5 00 8 005 14 00 mproving slowly Mr Johnson was Colory lugs 9 00 7 00 ecently admitted as a member of the Common leaf 9 00 16 00 Medium to good leaf iaptist Church 16 000 25 00 Monday night at the Opera House Good to fine fillers here was some confusion going on in Select or wrappery 33 00 25 00 leaf he colored peoples departmentwhen m me of the boys employed in the hall Mexican Onyx clocks the latest styles same running through the gallery 5t winging a pistol in iris hand This at M A Selberts the Jeweler as a very stupid proceeding as some Plaids innocent spectator might have been Things have come to such a For stylish dress goods go to shot Co Sam D Johnson pass that respectable colored people 8 will have to stay away from the Opera We offer a good line of Scotch che House altogether Mrs Jeff Cook and daughter Miss nol suiting for tailor made dresset Co Sam D Johnson Sadie and Misses Blanche Settles and 8 We have a beautiful line of high Katie Washburn returned from a styl pleasant visit to friends in Louisville class novelty dress goods VeryCo Â¬ Sam D -- Dr Franklin Miles the noted many new and startling facts Thousands of people are slowÂ¬ ly poisoning themselves weakening their hearts by the use of tea coffee tobacco and alcohol These are Heart Whips causing it to beat rap idly inus graauany wearing it out producing shortness of breath when oxercieing pains in the side and shoulder hungry and faint spells Finally heart failure and sudden death For weakened and irritated hearts the press everywhere highly recommend the New Heart Cure discovered by Dr Franklin Miles which ia for sale at J W Gayles drug store 5 Among the Colored Citi- - In a recent work Thousands Poisoned on Heart Disease e8 hands of his family and the lodge The remains were interred with all the ceremonies of the U B F Tues Â¬ day the funeral procession being headed by Baileys Band of Georgetown Rev R H O Mitchell who has for the past five years been pastor of the First Independent Baptist Church reached his farewell sermon to a arge congregation Sunday night His address was very touching and at times the tears would steal down the faces of those who had learned to love him as their leader When he came to the city five years ago his congregation held services in a little school room Now they have the fin Â¬ est built colored church in the city The church building will long remain a monument to his energy and ability as a pastor Mr Frank Dodson formerly of this city but now of Chicago is in the city visiting his parents Quite a crowd of young men took in Georgetown Wednesday Missionary meeting at St Johns A M E Church Sunday at 3 p m All are invited Mr Turner of Lexington is in the city visiting his brother R B Tur- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Pronounced Hopeless Yet Saved Fiom a letter written by Mrs Ada E Hurd of Groton S D we quote Was taken with bad cold which set- Â¬ tled on my Lungs cough set in and finally terminated in Consumption Four doctors gave me up saying I could live but a short time I gave myself up to my Savior determined if I could not stay with my friends on earth I would meet my absent ones above My husband was advised to get Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and colds I gave it a trial took in all eight bottles it has cured me and thank God I am now a well and hearty woman Trial bottles free at the South Side drug store regular size 50c and 100 Â¬ SPORTING GOODS K GUNS AND LOADED SHELLS FISHING i TACKLE 4 P H Carpenter GUN IMPLEMENTS XBJSLIABLE GOODS NO CHEAP TRASH ONE PRICEI THE LOWEST May25 When Baby was sick wo gare her Castoria When she was a Child she cried for Castoria When she became Miss she clung to Castoria When sho had Children she gave them Castoria GRAY lyr -OIXa-X CHURCH r ner this city will wed a young lady liv- Â¬ Rip Raps ing in one of the surrounding towns shortly Is the place to buy your boots shoes c caps dry goods notions LOUISVILLE TOBACCO hats and get our prices on groceries Call MARKET of all kinds Sugars 13 14 and 15 pounds for 1 Pure sour mash DURRETT whisky 40 60 and 60 cents per quart FURNISHED BY GLOVER Country produce taken in exchange LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE for goods 3 It is reported that a young man of DWARD CLAASSE Plumber GasSteam Fitter -- AND DEALER IN- - just closed amount to 2479 hhds with Sales on our market for the week M T Mitchell Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria 4 qt 35 cts 10 qt 60 cts cts 16 qt ish Johnson Gqt 45cts 8 qt 55 cts 70 12 qt 65 cts 14 qt No Damaged Goods 35 100 at Buckleys I just received a large line of cloth Â¬ Old fashioned double thicked tin ing for men youths and boys that I will sell at astonishing low prices 35 ware at Buckleys These are all new goods consisting of the latest and most desirable pat Â¬ Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria terns No mark up and down prices but one price and that the cheapest Eupepsy Call and see for yourself at Ed Harris Corner Main St Clair is what you ought to have This in fact you must have it to fully Miles Nerve and Liver enjoy life Thousands are search- Â¬ Pills ing for it daily and mourning An Important discovery They act Thou- Â¬ on the liver stomach and bowels because they find it not through the nerves A new principle sands upon thousands of dollars They speedily cure billiousness bad are spent annually by our people taste torpid liver piles and constipa Â¬ in the hope that they may attain tion Splendid for men women and children this boon And yet it may be 30 doses forSmallest mildest surest 25 cents Samples free at had by all We guarantee that J W Gayles Frankfort Ky 45 ly m Electric Bitters is tiled according Arctic flour is a first class patent to directions and the use persisted in will bring you Good Digestion and equals any patent sold in Ken Try it and oust the demon Dyspepsia ucky 14 and install instead Eupepsy We Darbys Prophylactic recommend Electric Bitters for Will Use it in every sick room Dyspepsia and all diseases of keep the atmosphere pure and Liver Stomach and Kidneys Sold at 50 cents and ioo per bottle wholesome removing all bad odors from any source at the South Side Diug Store Will destroy all Disease Germs P H Carpenter 4 infection from all Fevers and all m Of all the flour made or sold in contagious diseases The eminent physician J Mari- Â¬ the State Miles Sons is the best I on Sims of New York says without a doubt 14 am convinced that Prof Darbys Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria Prophylactic Fluid is a most valu 21 able disinfectant m Tariff will go up on tin but prices on tin roofing will bo lower than over Follow tlie Rush for tiio next thirty days at Buckleys To Ed Harris stores whore you can 35 buy the best goods for very little Bucklcns Arnica Salve money iGo and be convinced 33 The best salve in the world foi Millinery Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Fever Sores Tetter Rheum The publio are invited to call and Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns examine my stock of Fall and Winter No trouble and and all Skin Eruptions and posi- Millinerygoods Notions you buy or to show whether tively cures Piles or no pay re- not I guarantee to Bave you money quired It is guaranteed to give by buying from mo C Tiios J Brislan perfect satisfaction or money re Price 25 cents per box funded Morphine Chloral hublts Homo treatment and For sale by South Side drug store perfect Address Spcclllo Remedy OPIli 7 Co Lafayettepainless nulC cures P H Carpenter 5 iy 9m Iud Â¬ PIPE AND FITTINGS ETC STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO JOB AND CONTRACT WORK AliL WORK GUARANTEED m In rear of Salenders Grocery FRAN PORT ENT J O Y Porcelain lined preserving kettles Frankfort Ky 324 Broadway Gas Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Closets IIFlHeCRF JgOTIKflVMfralEfflRajQX Vovjx j C5a5 wmmm i THE SHORTEST AM QUICKEST Ceo ntnm to Time 25 Hours Entire Trains Baggage Car Day Coaches Sleepers run through without change THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST h Orleans Georgetown to Jacksonville Ala Through Sleepers without change The Short line ueiween uiiicinimu una Kv Lkxinutom Time 2tfj Hours JlNOXVILLK AtlllKVILLK TKNN N CHATTANOOOA ATLANTA Time 26 Hours C Leave Frankfort via Kentucky Midland Railway via ieorgetown 64Du marrlveClnclnnatl 1026 a in Quicker than any other line Alt traliiH urrlve at depart from Central Uuloa Depot Cincinnati For Rates Maps Ac address FRANK W WOOL LEY Traveling 1uss Agt Direct Connections at New Orleansand Shrvn port for Texas Mexico and California UlHMINOIIAU G ALA Tknn 17 11 15 10 0 C HARVEY Vlce Ires D CINCINNATI Lexington Ky G EDWARDS O G P A i SLEEP IN PEACE BT TJTSI3iTC3- - PRATTS KILLER FOR BED BUGS This preparation Is superior to all others fo the following reasons It kills the bugs Instantly It eliectuully destroys their eggs therefore It Is only necessary to use It once or tnlce during the season It possesses advantages over Insect nmlrn in asmuch as It can be used In places which they can nut rt uuu Its odor Is agreeable and It Is warranted not to Injure carpets linen or furniture No fatal eltects can result from Its use as It contains no poison which fact should give It u place In every household Sold In large bottles at 25 cents each For sale by W II AVERILL at wholesale mid retail Â¬ JOHN H STAOKHOUSB SOLE AGENTS 632 Arch Street Pelladelphlu CO A Wp 4 Aii - lfciit m uQJBfn wu i jftlfliBSHfilBifliHHKHIIHflH wm w u iSfrgMUfcffli d fp FALL IHABRTCE FOE- - iUITS TROUSERS jsjxji AND insr OVERCOATS FINE HATS vVl liircro fiiifl firm nftcnrrnipnf nf fall nrl winter nQvmnntc in fhic linn hyho want a nice stylish garment at a moderate price will do well to ue win ue iuu iu cjiiuw jvui wiiat we nave iiuu A HUMANS STETSONS Ircest cLy FTJE1TISEI1TG GOOD blocks AND O-srercoa- -ts LATEST ST STXjDZJS I2ST OTHER inspect this Qfl jj 4 HUDSON HUMPHRIES Bald Knob Mr Henry Rogers has been attend- Â¬ ing court this week J J Harrod has built a large black- Â¬ smith shop Lindsey Baker son of Mr Ohas Bakor is very sick with tonsilitis The Farmers and Laborers Union is gaining in members every day there being a lodge at almost every school house in this section There is a very progressive Union here com- Â¬ posed of about twenty two members Ought not the patrons 01 a school strict be ashamed of themselves sftj n it becomes necessary for the ees to tax each one lor the pur-pt purchasing a stove and luel iieir own dear children to be iH comfortable in the school- If cood warm and comfora- res can be had at home for them not have them comfortable while nHmni ey are searching for khowledce Would to God our fathers would be made to think more of this impor- Â¬ tant matter and work more for the upbuilding and rearing of their chil- Â¬ dren to fit them for this life and then the life beyond Bro Garrett Reed has just closed a weeks meeting at Stonoy creek with three additions The most pe- Â¬ culiar circumstance of the meeting was that of one old man presenting himself for baptism without becom- Â¬ ing a member of any church claim- Â¬ ing that he didnt know which church was right Has Rip Van Winkle of the vine clad hills of LeComptes Bottom again entered into that sleep he is accustomed to He will wase ore long only to find the thriving little village of Flag Fork still making rapid strides to a great metropolis Rip where art thou Frankfort various disguises Els hole and corner traffis An ordinance to prevent the use of has never to any degree affected Hostetters air guns or gum slings in the city Stomach Bitten although that standard lnvig wuo nuuptuu luuiiiiin lb u iieavy uue nrant and corrective has lonr been the shining j mark at which his shafts have ben directed for anyone using same ucry Petition of M E Jett to build an uneap local outers composed oi or uurccu extract fled stimulants with an infusion some Â¬ addition to his frame stable on the possibly of some tonlo bark are still or sim- Â¬ times recommended as identical with South Side Granted to those The bill for the attorneys fees for ilar to or possessing virtues kindred These of Americas chosen family medicine Mayor E H Taylor Jr in his suit perish speedily while the great subduer and pursues its successful against P H Newman and the City preventive of diseasemalaria dyspepsia ner- Â¬ overcoming Council was received Upon the vote career kidney troubles constipation and vousness for its payment being taken it result- Â¬ rheumatic ailments not only on this but on cany continents ed as follows Yeas 2 nays 6 Chief of Police Jeffers appeared be- Â¬ CATARRH CURED health and fore the Council and made complaint sweet of the quantity and quality of gas be- Â¬ Catarrhbreath secured by50 Shilohs cents Remedy Price ing furnished in the Btreet lamps On motion of Mr Haly the Presi- Nasal Injector free For sale by27J dent was directed to appoint a com W Gayle m mittee to call on the gas company Montgomery To and see why they did not comply with their contract with the city The N Ry chair appointed the following com- Â¬ On November 11th the L mittee viz D L Haly L Mangan will sell tickets to Montgomery Ala good to return until Nov 17th at one and Jesse Williams An ordinance amending the street tare for the round trip Account Southern Exposition railway ordinance was adopted E P Bryan Agt Complaint was made about show bills that had been posted throughout the city The marshal was instructed THE FIRST SYMPTOMS to have same torn down they being OP DEATH considered of an indecent character Tired feeling dull headache pains On motion of Mr Mangan the city attorney was instructed to bring suit in various parts of the body sinking against John LScott to make him re- Â¬ at the pit of the stomach loss of ap move his fence off the street in front petite feverishness pimples or sores of his lot on the South Side Adopt- Â¬ are all positive evidence of poisoned blood No matter how it became ed it must be purified to avoid The President notified the Council Blood brought for a eath Dr Ackers English remove that a suit had been small amount against the city and Elixir has never failed to the city attorney was directed to scrofulous or syphilitic poisons Sold under positive guarantee give the matter his attention 9 J W UAYLE UrUgglSC The Council then adjourned until next Tuesday night The largest stock of fine diamonds in For lame back there is nothing the city Is at tf A Selberts 233 SSt 5t better than to saturate a flannel cloth Cluir street with Chamberlains Pain Balm and WILL YOU SUFFER with dyspep Â¬ bind it on the affected parts Try it sia and Shilohs ard you will be surprised at the Vitalizer Liver Complaint cure you is guaranteed to prompt relief it affords The same 27 treatment will cure rheumatism For For sale by J W Gayle 8 lm sale by J W Gayle Reduced Fare to Middles Â¬ Â¬ CASSELL ceived and the clerk was ordered to Tbe Buccaneers of Old have same recorded Flaunted tbe skull and cross bones their en An ordinance was adopted order- Â¬ pi defiantly at the masthead Your modem ing certain parties to pave and curb pirate not on tho high seas but upon the high certain streets in North and South reputation of standard remedies skulks under S J THOMPSON -- IS PREPARED TO FILL ALL ORDERS FOR- - RoseDuas Cut Flowers ana Floral Deigns -- FOR Funerals Teleplioxie Oonnectioaa Weddings - - - Louisville Ky ni 5 I 26I West Jefferson Street JOHN T BUCKLEY Queenswire and Fancy China Tea Sets 56 pieces The larg Â¬ 2 Dinner Sets from S50 up est stock in Central Kentucky to select presents from Cook Stoves from 3 up Stoves Tinware anil Hume Furnishing Goods from 34 75 P Heating Stoves 1 Al Plumbing and Gas Fitting Tin Roofing and Guttering Job work of all kinds in both branches done promptly aud guaranteed to be first class I have the largest stock in my different lines to be found in Central Kentucky and at prices that are beyond all competitors Give me a call Gheenie i An honest Swede tellB his story in plain but unmistakable language for One of the benefit of the public my children took a bevere cold and got the croup I gave her a tea spoonful of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and in five minutes later I gave her one more By this time she had to cough up the gathering in her throat Then she went to sleep and slept good for fifteen minutes Then she got up and vomited then she went baok to bed and slept good for the 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 bo some ono in the same need and not know the true merits of this wonderful medicine Des Charles A Thomptseen Moines Iowa 50 cent bottles for 8 lm sale by J W Gayle JOHN T BUCKLEY AHTEH CHICKEN oe3e OLD ijtSB KENTUCKY ROUTE E D NewjHjrtNfWS A Mississippi Valley Co SHORT LINK TO Rices Corsair When E E Rice sets out to do the snectacular something is sure to come of it But the gifted author of Adonis Evangeline and num- Â¬ erous other productions has never presented his numerous admirers with anything more dazzling and beautiful than is to be seen in his now famous Corsair which is to be piesented for the first time here on next Wednesday evening All that a ripe experience and an unlimited command of money could do towards making the Corsair the most gorgeous of stago spectacles has been done and the result is a series of stage pictures of marvelous beau Â¬ ty enchanting to the eyo pleasing to the ear and gratifying to tho senses Tho Corsair of all beholders affords an evening of rare enjoy- Â¬ ment for everything is well done The company is a largo ono num Â¬ bering over forty persons tho principal parts are in tho hands of com- Â¬ petent artists and tho chorus which is largo and effective is composed of handsome and shapely young women with fresh voices who clad in their dainty costumos are a special source of delight particularly to tho occu- Â¬ pants of tho front rows Among tho notablo musical numbers are tho threo choruses in tho first act Cor sailing away aim sairs uoiu ti Hes Afraid tho solo of Conrad Im u Dashing Pirate and Birban tos song Buckets of Goro tho Birds duet of Conrad and Medora When in tho Bush tho waltz song and Modoras two in tho West charming songs I surely must Dio and Once upon a Time thero Lived Tho Corsair will draw a Maiden out a full house Advance sale of seats opens Monday morning at Bar Â¬ retts news depot No advanco in prices Â¬ borough Ky Cholera Cure On N within ten days from date of sale at one fare for the round trip on ac- Â¬ count of sale of lots E P Bryan Agent dlesborough November 8th and 9th the Railroad will sell tickets to Mid L Washington Philadelphia New York Baltimore Old Poiut and the Sea Shorei AND ALL EASTERN CITIES EXPRESS LIMITED VESTIBULED leaves Lexington eastwanl dally at 616 p in for Wln ut Mt Sterling Mureheail Ashland tiieter Huntliittton Charleston Richmond lettuburR ev York Nurfolk Washington Philadelphia and all Virginia springs and Sea Shore rehorts Makes connec lloston and all Eastern cities tion at Winchester lor Richmond Ky and In Â¬ termediate points West bound tralnarrhes nt 535 p in VIRGINIA SlHINtiri EXPRESS leases Lexing- Â¬ ton eastward dally at 710 a in lor all local sta Â¬ tions Makes dlieit connection at Huntington O points am for with C ft y Ry lor nil C Washington Baltimore Philadelphia ami New Munt Passengers may takr -- York lngton for Old Point or Washington u v I his train A daylight ride to White Sulphur for Parkerburg and all local stations on Ohio U aud all points ou R It at d Columbus River Scioto Valley R It West bound train arrives at 900 p in m good to return DR ACKERS ENGLISH PILLS Council Proceedings Tuesday Nov 4 1890 Present President Smith Council men Buckley Haly Mangan Milam Wakefield and Williams Absent Councilman Miles The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved A message was received from the Mayor announcing his approval of the order to build tho Leestown plank walk Petition of Mrs Carrie Cox to erect a frame house on Steele streot Grant- Â¬ ed adjourned meeting Are active and pure For sick head Â¬ ache disordered stomach loss of ap-Â¬ petite bad complexion and billious uess they have novor been equaled either in America or abroad 8 J W Gayle Druggist CROUP WHOOPING COUGH and Bronchitis immediately relieved by Shilohs Cure For sale by J W Gayle 27 m t THAT TERRIBLE COUGH In tho morning hurried or difllcult breathing raising phlegm tightness in tho chest quickened pulse dull Â¬ ness in tho evening or sweats at night all or any of these things aro Dr the first stages of consumption Ackers English Cough Remedy will cure these fearful symptoms and is sold under a positive guarantoo by o J W Gayle Druggist Frencli Marble Bronze and Thomas clocks at 31 A Selberts Hcth 7 f 5 Petition of Sam Luscher to erect two framo houses on the corner of St Clair and Church streets Grant Â¬ ed Petition of Geo A Lewis to erect a framo coal shed on his lot on tho South Side Granted Petition asking that a fine against James Graves for carrying concealed weapons bo remitted Yeas 0 nays o Thousands of dollars worth oi 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 50 cents bottle is enough for one hundred chickens It is guaranteed If after using two thirds ol a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded For Sale by Â¬ Â¬ S5t P H CARPENTER I M 1 I I Sk Petition of Goo Caldwell to build a frame houso on tho comer of Murray and Cross streets Granted A bill was received from Mr Jerry Downey for damages received by him from wator being turned in ono of tho trenches while ho was constructing the South Sido sewer Referred to street committee A deed from Mr John Orumbaugh A full lino of Rogers trlnplo ploted for a strip of ground in front of his silverware at M A Selberts 233 St o oi residence on Holmes street was re- - flair street Found -- A clasp door key evident Â¬ ly belonging to a store which tho owner can novo by calling at this olllco and rewarding finder SLEEPLESS NIGHTS mado miser Â¬ able by that terrible cough Shilohs Curo is tho Romedy for you For salo by J W Gaylo 27 SOUTH SIDE DRUGGISTS CUSTOM GRINflNG YVK HAVE FITTED UP A from aud to Louisville and all local stations on L iV N and L S railroads all local stations on N J1 V stations KC Ry ami all local eaus Lexington eastward dally except Sunday Make direct connection at Lexlni at 1110 a in ton for points on L V N Lou Sou Ry C N O v T P Ry and Ky Cent Ry and at Wln clusterfor ab K C stations Wot lioniMl train anles at lJMO p in ALCOMMOIiVl ION TRAINS tor an points be Â¬ tween Ltxliigtun and tllw Hill leae llngton eastwanl diliy lexcept Miudayi at Dt p in East bound connects at Wli Chester with K C Ky and Interiiitdlate sta Â¬ ltv lor Richmond tions Westward at Winchester for Cincinnati ilisvllk ml all local stations on KC Ry and at Lexington with LoulsMlle Southern K R for Louisville mid all locil points ou L S It It West lmiiiiil train arrives at b10a im CINCINNATI VAbT LINE leaves Lexington east bound at 11H in dall lur all lonii sta Â¬ tions brtween Lexington and Mt Sterling Solid train with elegant Reclining Chulr Car Mt Sterling to Cincinnati via Lexington Direct u n fur nil Iiniiftlim In Tii lull IIhiiiiI West tialns East North and On Sundays Fast Line for Cincinnati arrives at - p m for all local stations be Â¬ Lexington at tween Mt Sterling and Cincinnati via Lexing Â¬ FuM Train will stop at any sta Â¬ ton Returning tion on Hag to pick up or let oil passengers West bound train arrives at 335 dally except 1 1 1 FAST MAIL TRAINS dally lexeeptsuiulay HI am Sunday THAT HACKING COUGH can bo VV on the yards ol the Frankfort Urlek Company and so quickly cured by Shilohs Cure and will do custom grinding on Mondays me Fridays Satisfaction guaranteed Give a We guarantee it For sale by J W trial BUCKLEY STEPHEN30N No 8 tf 27 Gayle FIRST CLASS MILL For Time Tables Hates aud any other Infor Â¬ mation call ou any Agent of the Company or write II K HtNTiNOTON S V B Moure Gen Pass Agent ieueral Manager CINCINNATI I W L MCNtpN T P or - OHIO A C- - yyp UAJJWH qi iy v A GRAND SUCCESS 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 thank them all for their many good word and kindly congratulations We promise this shall be the For CLOTHING For SHOES sold at less than theirs PEOPLES POPULAR SHOES We invite the ladies to the finest Shoe Department to be found any where in America and the stock we show is all Â¬ Kfrw j8 EZZ2M ok For aA EI c l HATS For Furnishing Goods and for Fine Merchant Tailoring i r i n win linfo cr iror1 im nninc nnr pvtipnw in thp rnrmtriirtinn and the nnnointments of tins MFTROPOTTTAN QTOT T7 Tl We have given our people what we think we owe to them not uncr is ton bined and it will be a n easure for vou to come here Hn with a small room and a comparatively small stock we have extended our business each year and with our syndicate of stores at Louisville Lexington and Frankfort 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 smaller dealers pay and is ri U I SHALL BE OUR MOTTO -- JXOJlLi IN FUTURE -t- TTas STEICTLT OUTIEi PEICE systemxttlLt will always prevail in oiir stores fox all m fintinxe sHoiaia malse T-Ei-E- J vC-Asl1 Bargains from Old Stock on Second Floor CLOTHING We unhesitatingly assert boys and childrens suit and unsurpassed It will delight who needs Clothing It will mother who has every HATS A new stock Clean fresh and better and cheaper than we have ever shown For the that our mens overcoat stock is every man or boy more than please 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 75c5 1 DUNLAP 5 HAT hat in the best stock and the same blocks for 4 which we guarantee to be We have the sole agency but we show the same 150 14- -- We Show the Very Best That money can buy for ladies men and dren and also provide for the humblest Boys school shoes for 1 to 125 chil- Â¬ 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 1 years 125 150 250 t 5 0 and up to 10 Boys long pants 12 to IS years 225 3 4 5 and up to 15 1 5 7 S 10 12 Mens suits 350 and up to 25 Mens overcoats 5250 1 5 6 7 S 10 and up to 30 Boys overcoats 4 to IS years 1 150250 350 450 6 7 and up to 15 Childrens suits 4 to THE EQUAL OF ANY Mens stiff hats begin at 1 150 2 50 and 3 up to 5 Boys and childrens caps and hats I Oc 15c 25c 50c 75c and 1 All pockets and tastes can be accommodated -- here ONE LOW PRICE TO ALL Bargains from Old Stock on Second Floor ONE LOW PRICE TO ALL Bargains from Old Stock on Second ONE LOW PRICE TO ALL I Floor Bargains from Old Stock on Second Floor One Price Only m3C Ministers and their Families will be entitled to 10 per cent discount from our regular marked low prices One Price Only On the second floor we have provided for the ladies a sitting room where they can here leave their parcels and wraps and connected therewith a ladies toilet room The advantages of the One Price system are many The One Price system means a low price If we are willing to sell at a given low price the article is so marked in plain figures and no j alesman can exact more You can see the price as well as he Your child can come here and buy as cheaply as ycu can You can buy as cheap as your neighbor and you never have cause for complaint that any one bought an article at a lower price than you ONE LOW PRICE TO ALL LOUISVILLE JEoZLxttL and Jefferson Crutcher Starks Opposite Oit3T FRANKFORT Hall