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Fbamfobt Rotomboitt LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS j TERMS 100 In Adrance J rf ime XIV FRANKFORT wires over the bridge was referred back to the committee on water and gas to act in conjunction with the county committee and report back to the council Mrs N4 Noecker was granted a grocery license to do business on street J H WilliamB was granted a gro cery licence to do business on Wil kerson street The report of J H Baily in rela- Â¬ tion to the damages claimed by Jerry Downey was referred to the street committee with orders to report the facts to the council Mr Mangan presented a bill from the chief of fire department for a collar in use at the engine house KY NOVEMBER Â¬ 15 1890 Number 10 Centennial Records DOCTORS CONFES SION various records pertaining to tnat llebration I was informed that Iirn wfir mnnv naners tjretmred bv fur most intellljiont citizens and those tarers embrace largely the Itory of Frankfort and its peoplo to some extent tne nistory 01 our And some in lact imonwealtli large number 01 ner most aistin lished citizens for a full century fating from the time when your love- little citv was but a hamlet in an almost unbroken wilderness to the present time of advanced civiliza- Â¬ tion During all these years as the seat of government it has attracted the intellectual giants of our State and many facts concerning them and their times are for the first timeÂ¬ made known in these papers now becoming dust covered and soon to be forgotten It seems to me that as a matter of pride your citizens ought to employ some competent person to edit and publish tnese records in book form to insure their perma- Â¬ nency and to give to future genera else Ana tions tacts round nownere publication Irther I believe such hJA - Eminence Ky Nov 12 1890 fitter Frankfort Roundabout IDear Sir On the occasion of a sent visit to Frankfort during a faveraation with one of your Kidinn- citizens the matter of the ffankfort Centennial was spo- len or and i was surprised ana imined to learn that no effort had teen made to fix in permanent form - He Doesnt Take Much Medicine and Advises the Reporter Not To Humbug Of course it is The called science of medicine is a humbug and has been from the time of Hippocrates to the present Why the biggest crank in the Indian tribes is the medicine man Very frank was the admission especially so when it came from one of the biggest young physicians of the city one whose practice is among the thousands though he has been graduated but a few years says the Very cozy was his Buffalo Courier office too with its cheerful grate fire its Queen Anne furniture and its many lounges and easy chairs He stirred the fire lazily lighted1 a fresh cigar and went on Take the prescriptions laid down in the books and what do you find Poisons mainly and nauseating stuffs that would make a healthy man an invalid Why in the world science should go to poisons for its remedies I cannot tell nor can I find any one so R K McCLURE Is receiving daily his Fall Stock of BOOTS SHOES k ITS 8 fl Allowed An ordinance was adopted order Â¬ ing P H Newman to receipt for the stock and bonds due the city from the Kentucky Midland Railroad Company allowed The monthly accounts were then The council adjourned until next Tuesday night Dr Hales Household Oint- Â¬ ment brmanent location at tne uapi- LFrankfort Yours innnrfl hovond tiflradventurflTI X- - Lelex c Is the finest cure in the world It absolutely cures catarrh It cures neuralgia and rheumatism Cures Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum in the most soothing manner Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Cures Coughs and Colds Can be bruises Cuts taken internally burns chilblains sores of long stand- Â¬ ing corns and bunions are cured quickly different from all else supe- Â¬ rior to all else it has no equal 25 and 50c boxes large size cheapest Sold at Phil Carpenters drug store South Side 52 JSdJV Short talk to the children by some every half hour The next morn- volunteers ing he could breathe freely He is now Q7osinj song about well and will be at work next lenediction Truly yours week Music in charge of S O Bull VVm S Hale Songs from Gospel Hymns com- Â¬ Supt of the Weeks Manufacturing Co bined Judge W H Sneed President This wonderful medicine is sold at of the County S S Union will pre- Â¬ South Side drug store side over the meeting P H Carpenter 5 L F Johnson Ohn of Ex Com Thos Hunter Secy It Saved M Life Â¬ 90 Feb Thomas Please Messrs Kenyon send me as before tour dozen of your Dr Hales Household Ointment Since so many have had Lagrippe and pneumonia I have had great success with the Ointment Isaved the life of one man with the Household Oint- Â¬ ment He had pneumonia his lungs were filled up the doctor said he could not live he then sent and told me I at once went with my wife to see the man taken with me two large boxes of the Ointment I first gave him a dose internally then applied it to his chest covering him with hotflannels In less than half an hour he began to throw up matter from his lungs I kept giving him Â¬ An Open Letter Skaneateles Falls N Y 14 Mass Meeting of the Frankfort and Franklin County Sunday Schools programme Song Long Meter Doxology Invocation Rev W G Neville Song Work for the night is com- Â¬ ing Sunday School Etiquette Rev H G Henderson On Sunday Nov 30th 1890 at the South in Frankfort beginning at 230 p m M E Church sie Address Teachers Meeting Elder Geo Dar Sunday- B T Farmer Relation of young men to the -School w H Parrent Address Dr U V Williams Address Rev W G Neville eleven prominent physicians and brought back eleven different pre- Â¬ scriptions This just shows how much science there is in medicine There are local diseases of various characters for which nature provides ositive remedies Thoy may not be ncluded in the regular physicians list perhaps because of their sim- Â¬ plicity but the evidence of their curative power is beyond dispute Kidney disease is cured by Warners Safe Cure a strictly herbal remedy Thousands of persons every year write as does H J Gardiner of Pontiac R I August 7 1890 A few years ago I suffered more than probably ever will be known outside of myself with kidney and liver complaint It is the old story I visited doctor after doctor but to no avail I was at Newport and Dr Blackburn recommended Warners Safe Cure I commenced the use of it and found relief immediately Altogether I took three bottles and I truthfully state that it cured me m who can How does a doctor know the effect of his medicine he asked Ho calls prescribes and goes away The only way to judge would be to stand over the bed and watch the patient This cannot be done So really I dont know how he is to tell what good or hurt he does Some- Â¬ time ago you remember the Boston Globe sent out a reporter with a stated set of symptoms He went to We have a large stock of the very best goods and having bought before the big advance in leather can fir the present give our friends goods at the old prices Our BUELL BOOTS f Are the only real water proof boots Our RAILROAD BOX BOOTS Are extra Our 250 -- BOOT Excursion to the Dayton Tenn Land Sale For the grand sale of lots and lands December 3 i and 5 agents Queen and Crescent Route will sell tickets to Dayton and Return at low excursion rates good ten days from date of sale Dayton is now a city of 5000 situated on the Queon Orescent Route in tho beautiful Tennessee Valley surrounded by an inexhaustible supply of coal iron and timber Two furnaces are now in full blast and behind in orders Two flour mills pump works planing mill brick works and other indus tries Ample accommodation at the hotels for all who como Full partic- Â¬ ulars on application to agents Queen Crescent Route Is we think best for the money in the country at Dayton Tenn Is a disease rapidly on the increase in America where everything is go- Â¬ ing at high pressure night and day constantly in ery and the physicians pronounced Men youngdownyears are over work from case incurable Hoping against breaking the hope I tried S S S I improved from Everybody needs a reliable nerve pleasant tonic the first bottle and after taking Such asomething pure and Dr Halos remedy is found in cured sound and well twelve was Tea a purely vegetable and for two years have had no roturn Householdthe It medicine or symptom of tho vile disease As I restores nervegreat Nerve Tonic as A NASAL INJECTOR free with each power and vigor S S S I send this tes owe my life to nothing else can Has cured St bottle of Shilohs Catarrh Remedy timony for publication Vitus Dance of years standing Acts Price 50 cents H M Register 28 directly upon the nervo centres im- Â¬ For sale by J W Gayle Huntley N O parting health and strength Try tho great now remedy 50c per package All goods purchased at Sclberts en Gained Eighteen Pounds at South Side drug store S ot Carpenter graved free of charge 5 Â¬ After suffering for twelve years from contagious Blood Poison and trying the best physicians attainable and all the patent medicines procura- Â¬ ble and steadily continuing to grow worse I gave up all hopes of recov- Â¬ Nervous Prostration R K McCLURE MASTIH BROSli HEADQUARTERS FOR- - Â¬ bum Bones Boise ciotij V Â¬ P H Sporting Goods Hunting Suits Loaded Shells 1 I consider S S S the best tonic in ttye market I took it for broken WE CAN AND DO down health and gained eighteen pounds in three weeks My appetite Guarantee Dr Ackers Blood Elixir and strength came back to me and for it has been fully demonstrated to made a new man of mo the peoplo of this country that it is Wm Gerlock superior to all other preparations for Belleville Ohio blood diseases It isapositiveouro for Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases syphilitic poisoning Ulcers Erup- Â¬ mailed free tions and Pimples It purifies tho SWIFT SPECIFIC CO whole system and thoroughly builds Atlanta Ga up tho constitution 9 J W Gayle Druggist m A CHILD KILLED Another ohild killed by the use of opiates given in the form of Soothing Syrup Why mothers give their children such deadly poison is surpris Â¬ ing when they can relievo the ohild of its peculiar troubles by using Dr Ackers Baby Soother It contains no opium or morphine SclJ by 9 J W Gayle Druggist HACKMETAOK a lasting and 25 GUNS ORDERED AT WHOLESALE PRICES I We handle nothing but STANDARD GOODS and our prices we guarantee Examine our Stock Before Council Proceedings Tuesday Nov 11 President Smith Coun cilmon Buckley Ilaly Milam Man Â¬ gan and Wakefield Absent Councilmen Miles Tobin and Williams Minutes of last meeting were road and approved A communication from the Mayor announced his disapproval of an or Â¬ der for tho Kentucky Midland Rail Â¬ road bonds He stated that ho was informed that the officers of said road were ready to turn same ovor to the city upon the receipt of a proper order Tho vote boing taken on tho Mayors veto it was decidod as fol- Â¬ lows yeas 4 nays 2 Tho motion to over the Mayors veto was lost t not having received the required two thirds majority The matter of allowing the electrio light company the right to run its prjl Present 1890 Marble Thomas clocks nt 31 French fragrant perfume Price Ilronzo and Scth cents A Sclberts For sale by J W Gayle and 50 28 Purchasing Elsewhere Highest of all in Leavening Power U S Govt Report Aug vjf 1889 I 6 m m Baking jural I Powder -- E COLLINS IN- BRf Shot and Shells And Agent DEALEBS - ItSHJgjgasg jKSq for LsIIin Hand Wall Paper HABNKSS Decorations ABSOLUTELY PURE lyJanl LDUC PLASTEB CEMENT GLASS OILS LEAD AND MIXED PAINTS FI 8HOVELS CROW BARS DRILLS IRON AND STEEL A FULL LINK OF SIWKB AND FLUE FIFE COB BROADWAY AND LEWIS 8T TP VKFC lalrltt to be voted for at a primary election Lejj Crushed to be held to day to select candidates Mr Jas Thompson who resides near Miss Nellie Rodmnn hns returned for Councilman and School Trustees from a short visit to Louisville Duckers in Woodford county was so in each ward Mrs Jns G Dudley of Chicago unfortunate as to have his buggy up Â¬ FOR COUNCILMEN has been visiting relatives in this city First Ward John W Payne N F set while out riding one day the first this week George Salender F of the week ho was thrown out his John A Bell Esq editor of the Richardson right leg was caught between the hub Georgetown Times was in the city Marion Williams Prof T M Turner of one of the wheelB and the ground and R R Parsons yesterday flo badly Second Ward Henry Gobbor Jos and the bone below the knee Miss Joe Duvall who has been vis- Â¬ crushed that it is feared amputa- iting friends in Louisville has re- Â¬ T Staten Dr E E Hume G T tion will be neccessary turned home Church J 0 Hubbard O R Crutch Â¬ and for Dr R H Loughridgo of Branden- Â¬ er and Sig Luscher Many old soldiers who contracted burg Meade county was in the city Third Ward Jas Darnell John chronic diarrhoea while in the ser- Â¬ Oastoria cures Colic Oonsttpatton CasterUUso well adapted to chijdren that on Thursday Sour Stomach Diarrhoea Eructation L Tobin W T Gaines Steve Fuhs vice have since been permanently I recommend It aa superior to any prescription Kills Worms give sleep and promotes di- cured of it by Chamberlains Colic Mr Will T Crutcher of St Louis Jas W Heffner and W T Flynn known to me H A AacKsm M D Cholera and Diarahoea Remedy For Mo was in the city from Saturday Wl thouTujurii opsmedicatioa HI So Oxford 8b Brooklyn N T SCHOOL TRUSTEES 8 lm sale by J W Gayle until Monday last m First Ward Maj H T Stanton For several years I hare recommended v Miss Fannie McQueen The use of Caatorfa to so tAlrewal aad of Owen John 0 Mastin Dr U V Williams Castoria and shall always continue to A largo stock of fine gold shirt studs its merits so well known that It seems a work Sour as it has inTariably produced beneficial county is the guest of Mrs Robert of supererogation to endorse It Few are the results car rings and jewelry of all kinds at M F V Gray and A W Overton Stevens South Side intelligent families who do not keep CastorU A Sellwrts 23 St Clair street 85t Edwin F Pinnm M D within easy reach1 Second Ward John E Kirtley G Mr George Owens of Blooming MXb WInthrop 125th Street and 7th Are NewtorkCtty The best 12 cent ginghams at 7A ton Indiana is visiting Mr Robert T Blackley James 0 Rogers and W New York City Late Pastor Bloomingdale Bafonned Church cents Stephens on Taylor avenue T Reading l0 3t J L Rodman Son Third Ward James M Wakefield Messrs Walter and Robert Oraik NEW YOHJC TO CSWTAU COXFAXT 77 MtJBBAT STB eons of Mr Wm Craik have gone to Jason M Case and Alex Szymanski Memphis Tennessee to reside Follow Rush Several of the gentlemen named To Ed Harris stores where you can Â¬ Hon E H Taylor jr has recov- above have refused to allow their ered sufficiently from his recent ill Â¬ names to be used but the Democrat- Â¬ buy the best goods for very little 33 money Go and be convinced ness to be able to attend to business ic candidates will be taken from the m Messrs Lee S Church and James above as the meeting decided that The best indigo blue calico at 6 W Nicol left Tuesday morning for no one else must be voted for in the cents Reeves county Texas where they l0 3t J L Rodman Son primary to day will spend several months hunting In addition to the above several Ladies and gents fine gold watches a Mrs Emma Blanton Miss Helen Swigertand Mr Harvie Blanton who gentlemen are runniug for council large stock at M A Sclberts the St have been visiting relatives here men upon their own hook As the Clair street jeweler m 85t left for their home in Indianapolis lines are now drawn we suppose the Cost Cloaks Indiana Tuesday morning fight at the polls will be a determined A large stock of new cloaks at cost Mrs Col John Mason Brown and one and boodle will flow freely The We are overstocked daughters have removed from Louis- Â¬ Â¬ i0 3t J L Rodman Son ville to Lexington to reside with her bummers and floaters are exceedingIMI -mother until her two sons finish their ly happy in consequence education They are now at Yale Diamond ring diamond shirt studs Â¬ diamond par rings a large stock at M following ladies and gentle Â¬ Thanksgiving Proclama The A Selberts 233 St Clair street 8 5t tion men came up on the speoial train m Monday to attend the burial of the late The best dark calicoes at 5 cents Kentucky Richard Knott Mrs R Knott Misses Commonwealth of 10 3t J L Rodman Son -Mattie B Wallie and Annie Knott Executive Department J of HotelMessrs Richard W John R Wil- Â¬ cus- Â¬ In accordance with established liam T Stewart R and Eugene Q Â¬ Knott Rev W T McNair D D Dr tom it is recommended that Thurs lyThey will fill this space with an entirely new advertisement ImBr citiJohn Truston Messrs E W C Hum- - day Nov 26 be set apart by the short time John Homier B B Huntoon zens of the Commonwealth as a day F Stone Len Temple Mr J F pf Thanksgiving to be observed in Lewis wife and son Master Hernd on most Kentucky Central Hail iW Mr J B Lewis and wife Mr John such manner as each may deem gratitude for M Todd and daughter Miss Hallie appropriate to manifest BLUB GRASS ROU r4fc Miss Sallie Hervie Miss Belle Quig the many blessings conferred by the Shortestand Quickestroutefroia ley Miss Hallie Quigley Mrs Jas A beneficence of the Supreme Ruler of Crowded and Everybody A Perfect Susjsjsjm OKNXRALALLKUNTUCK Hodges Mrs M J Lewis Miss Liz Â¬ TO FOINTS Satisfied and Mauy zie B Hodges and Miss Nellie Gard Â¬ of the Universe The Eer A Antolne of Refugio Tex wrltest Personal gHORgtHnsgggggram Infants Children f the JACOB S WIG JERT CO 03ST I3ST at Have Removed From the Baltzel Building trsSH STEEBT TO H101 AND 102 MN STREETS frBaiEmint the Capital - Â¬ USB HIS - ROOMS ner Bazaar The Ladies of the Baptist Church will give a bazaar and supper for the benefit of the church on Thursday evening December 11 at their Chapel - Out on a Fly The Constitutional Convention took a trip over the Midland and Louis- Â¬ ville Southern Roads Thursday afternoon to the High Bridge at Tyrone at the invitation of Col Bennett H Young Â¬ In testimony whereof I As far as I am able to judge I think Pastor Koe lit sj have hereunto set my nlgs Nerve Tonlo is a perfect sucoesi for any one from a most painful nervousness as hand and caused the seal of the Com who suffered now like myself again after taking I did I feel tbs Tonlo monwealth to be affixed Done at iho More Fainting Spells Frankfort the 13th day of November Little Rock July 1888 in the year of our Lord one thousand I have been goffering for nearly two years Before I took a great eight hundred and ninety and in the doal but to no this medicine I doctored said my effect the doctors always Common- Â¬ blood was very poor but all the medicines would ninety ninth year of the not help me at certain times I would feel so ner Â¬ SB BUOKNER wealth vous aad weak so that I would faint away but since I havo used KoenigsNervoTonioIhavenot By the Governor had a fainting spell By Ewd O Leigh Assistant Secretary Geo M Adams Secretary of State KATIE SCHOEPF Littlo Bock Pulaski Co Ark Our Pamphlet for sufferers of nervous di Â¬ seases will be sent free to nny address and poor patients can also obtain this medicine Ireo of chargo from us prepared by the Reverend This remedy has been Pastor Kccnlg of Fort Wayne Indi for the pastÂ¬ ten years and is now prepared under his direc tion by tlio 21K58 Praising Him NORTH EAST WEST AND SOUTHWEST zuBm xmm FAST LINE BETWEEN LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI I SCHEDULE IN EFKECT MAY 11TH 1890 No 14 No 6 South Hound ExSun No a No Sunday ouly bet Cln J Lex Daily Ex Sun Accom 4 Lve Cincinnati Lve Covington Falmouth Tobacco Growers The convention of tobacco growers of the State which met in Lexington on Wednesday was largely attended A preamble reciting their grievances and resolutions favoring the estab- Â¬ lishment of a number of warehouses at different points for the sale of their product were adopted The sales are to be controlled by officers A committee of the Association was appointed to draw up articles of incorporation for the warehouse company and solicitors for subscrip Â¬ tions of stock were appointed in each county Mr Benjamin Briggstaff of the Forks of Elkhorn was appointed The as solicitor for this county Thursday to convention adjourned reassemble in Louisville on 11th of December 810am 800pm 285pu 800am blouni HOUpm JJ46pm 818am 9 44um J17pm 4 0bpm looOam Cynthiana lua7um lULOpm 607pu HMOurn 11 10am 10 23piH 6 40pm 1115am Paris Arr Lexington lHQUpiu 10 6piu 6 30pm 12 00 m 64DpUi 1120UU1 Lve Paris 62Upri Arr Winchester 1205pm Richmond lS5pm 7Upm Lancaster 4D5pm Stanford 6 80pm KOENIO MEDICINE CO 60 Wilt MidUoa Snake Killed The warm sunshine brought out the snakes again yesterday and a black one about three feet long was iVrr while basking in the sun upon skilled ilJftKe sidewalk in front of the residence i A Price 81 per Bottle 6 Bottlea for f 5 J W GAYLE Druggist Frankfort Ky CHICAGO cor Clinton St SOLD BY DRUGGISTS ILL Lve Richmond ArrBerea Livingston l55pm 305pm 52UPI11 TT No 13 Accom Lex Cln LAND FOR SALE 60 Acres of Fine Bottom Land oz the waters of Elkhorn adjoining the farm of A W Mucklln is offered lor sale Apply to a bargun at COLBY H TAYLOR Nov 15 lm w3L of Mr M KSbuth I Frankfort W A Wild Run - The horse attached to the delivery Ahler was Heft standing in the street in front of gtheir store yesterday morning when Hie took fright and ran away He ran lout Main to Wilkerson and thence straight down Wilkerson street and the Lewis Ferry Pike until the Ken- Â¬ tucky River Mills was reached whore he swerved to the left went over a bluff sixty feet high and fell to the river bank below The wagon was mashed to pieces but strange to say the horse was not killed and escaped with only a few cuts which will not damage him very materially wagon of Messrs Sower Lve Livingston 800am Berea 1025am ggg Arr Richmond 11 45am Lve Stanford 7 00am i Lancaster 7 45am zp Arr Richmond 10 00am Lve Richmond T5pm 610am ArrWinchester 1154pm 715am SURGEON AND SPECIALIST 233pm 7 48am Paris 200pm 700am Ana In charge or the Electrical and Surgical Lve Lexington 2 45pm H63am Paris Department of the Coffee Medical Institute Cynthiana 315pm 823am Louisville Ky at the 4 02pm 913am Falmouth 85pm Covington CAPITAL HOTEL FRANKFORT Arr Cincinnati 5 45pm 1085am R 10 45am Arr fill Bm JJlP North Bound 0 Nol Efo SaS Vn - o Sunday ixun fllf -- IIlfJJjlRlJslliJ M D jjj - - 845pm 4 21pm 4 44pm 5 26pm 630pm 638pm 3 21pm 3 40pm 4 85pm 240pm 625pm 535pm No SATURDAY NOV 22 I Day Old Timers At the invitation of the Constitu- Â¬ tional Convention Gov David Meri- Â¬ wether of Jefferson county and Hon W R Thompson of Bullitt county members of the Convention of 1849 were the guests of that body on Thursday Gov Meriwether is 90 years of age and Mr Thompson is 80 There are some five or six other sur- Â¬ vives of the last Convention but Mr they were unable to attend of Mason county who was Herndon the correspondent hero of the Louis- Â¬ ville Courier during the sitting of the Convention of 1849 has also been in the city this week Returning every month during the year Dr Ilea 1ms been connected with the largest hospitals in the country nnd has no superior In dliiL nosliiL and treating diseases and deformi ties He will give 50 for any case that he can not tell the disease and where located In Ave minutes Ho will return to Frunkfort every four weeks this year Treats all Curable Medical and Surgical Dis Â¬ Chronic Catarrh cuses Acute Diseases of the Eye Eur Nose Throat nnd Lungs Dysi epsla Brlghts Disease Dia- Â¬ betes Kidneys Liver Uladder Chronic Female and Sex Â¬ ual Diseases North Bound Lve Cincinnati Lve Covington Lve Lexington Lve Paris Arr Millersburg Arr Carlisle TlAYSVILLE BRANCH Noo ExS Daily Ex Sun 2 85pm 2 43pm 4 60 p ra 5 46pm Daily 11 7 00am 7 53 am Arr Johnson Arr nlaysville 8 43 am 9 34 a m 10 15 u m 8 10am 612pm 6 36pm 7 8Cpm 805pm No Ex Sun m 11 s South Bound No 10 Daily Ex Sun Dally 11 Candidates Named f Tne loiiowing gentlemen nave oeen nominated for Councilmon at the De Â¬ cember election and School Trustees at the January election CITIZENS TICKET FOR COUNCILMEN Col Landrain Second Ward Ohas Ellwanger E J Parker Mike Sullivan Col John J Landram U S InterThird Ward J B Hendrick Ohas nal Revenue Collector for the Sixth tM Bridgeford Peter A Fuhs District died at Covington on Thurs r fou school trustees day after an illness of sovoral weeks f First Ward Jesse Williams Bnn During the late war ho was Liouten Marshall ant Colonel of the 18th Kentucky In iflSecond Ward W S Dehoney fantry was dangerously wounded at Peter 0 Sower the battle of Richmond resigned his ggThird Ward D L Haly B 0 Mi- - commission and was elected Stato Senator from the district of which DEMO0RATI0 TICKET Gallatin county formB a part serving mass meeting held four years He was appointed to the a Doriocratio night tlU following position he held at his death by Pres iar jd at candidates ident Harrison about 18 months since Â¬ Â¬ First Ward R W McRery 0 0 Furr J B Utterback Dead Â¬ Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is iaken it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys tem effectually dispels colds head Â¬ aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever produced pleasing to the tasto and ac ceptable to the stomach prompt in its action nud truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from the most healthy arid agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs ia for Bale in 50c and 1 bottles by all leading drug Â¬ gists Any reliablo druggist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIO SYRUP CO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ONE ENJOYS Epilepsy or A ZEPosIti Young its Ciared I ve O13ara33tee Middle ana Aged Men Suffering from Spermatorrhea and Impotency us the result of self ubuse In youth or excess In of the following e fleets us emissions blotches debility nervousness dizziness confusion of Ideas aversion to society defective memory nnd sexual exhaustion which unlit the victim for business or marriage uro permanently cured by muturer jears and other causes producing some remedies not Injurious BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES Sypnlllsund complications assoro throat fall lug of hair pain In the bones eruptions etc are perfectly eradicated without using mercury or other Injurious drugs Gonorrhoea Gleet Stricture and all Urinary and Kidney Troubles are speedily cured by treat ment thut lias never fulled Ho undertakes no incurable coses butjeures thousands given up to die Â¬ Remember the Date 8AN FRAHOISCO MUIIVM KY OAU HEW YOUK ftf Remember the date and come early as bis rooms are always crowded wherever he stops CONSULTATION FBEE Correspondence solicited and confidential Ad Â¬ agentotthecompaiyor MORSE WLMUNSON SFB Passr Agt dress G enl Trav Passr Agt CINCINNATI O Cincinnati O Coffee H EHUNTINGTON Vlce PresA Gen Manager GENERAL OFFICES Chamber of Commerce Building Cincinnati O NO 520 FIFTH STREET We now have double dally train ser NOTE LOUISVILLE KY rlceon Sundays both wan between Cincinnati Jane 38 1 and Lexington 5 20 am 185 pm Lve Maysville 5 57 a m 232pm Lve Johnson G 49 11 m 323pm Lve Carlisle 7 15 am 847 pm Lve Millersburg 7 40 a m 416pm Arr Paris 8 35 a m 6 80pm Arr Lexington 10 35 a m 780pm Arr Covington 10 45 a m 0 38pm Arr Cincinnati Nos 13 and 14 Hun Sundays only ard make all stops No 1 Runs dully from Lexington to Cincin Â¬ nati No 43 Leaves Lexington 1000 a m Arrives Purls 1045 11 in Except Sunday No 8 Leaves Cincinnati 510 p m Arrives Fnlmouth 710 p m Except Sunday Trains Nos 7 nnd 8 of the K C Falmouth now leave and nrrlveat the new Accommodation Fourth street depot Cincinnati between John und Smith streets Beginning July 1 trains Nos 1 and 6 the Lexington Accommodation will also use same depot 8 runs dally between TRAIN NOTES No Lexington nnd Cincinnati No 4 runs dally between Cincinnati and Lexington Nos 2 and 6 make connections at Winchester M V Ry for points on the N N Trains of this line now arrive at IMPORTANT depart from the Central Union Passenger and Station Cincinnati making connec-Â¬ tion tor all points North East and West Through Tickets sold and Baggage checked to any point reached by a railroad For full particulars address or call on any I w 1 w w w It Medical Institute A wm im KK miBBm m m fc nsm vrmt ssxm MEwt2 m m m vntiiX cKNS 3 s -- tv- - juj yjMf m Our goods were bought before the McKinley bill went into effect and they will rM HIwIIiBBypWuiiri g fc flfmfc r BE SOLD CHEAPER This year than EVER BEFORE OlAf til- - Uir SOWER 12 k AHLER - Haydans Mill Mrs Mattie Thompsori and Mrs Sue 0 Bailey of Lebanon Ridge spent Sunday last with J W Beckley and family Miss Mary Skelton visited Reuben Skelton of Ohristiansburg Wed Â¬ t nesday night Sheriff H F Bohannan of Bagdad was through here Friday last Dudley Beckley is very sick at this writing Dr J F Adams is treating the case yJW AW R Havrlnn and Miss Mattie don attended Church at Indian ft k ss 7Klk all WKc Hip good music Mrs Mary Haydon and Miss Mattie Haydon visited Mrs Lulu Ellis of Bagdad one day last week Prof T J Hill is teaching a very interesting singing in vocal music at Indian Fork Church Leslie Beckley and Oscar Beckley and Miss Jennie Beckley all attend- Â¬ ed the dance at Boyd Radcliffs Fri- Â¬ Sunday nPearce of Pea Ridge visited pmmumiy ouiuruu y uiguu Hf Thompson and wife of Leb Ridge visited P 0 Skeltoifand mw Saturday nignt scar Beckley and John Pearce visited OBcar Graves and wife Sun day D W Beckley attended church at Indian Fork Sunday There was a grand dance given in honor of Elliott Radcliff at Boyd Radcliffs last Friday night and everything went off smooth and nice and everybody enjoyed themselves very much Warner Black of Ohris- Â¬ tiansburg and Mote Fox of Bagdad were the violinists and gave them You must laugh you night said cant help it There is a strong mel- Â¬ odramatic flavor coupled with the fun The closing scene of the sec- Â¬ ond act showing the bursting of the Milford dam tho rising of the waters and the floating away of the old mill with Little Nugget1 inside is high Â¬ ly exciting and is a well managed piece of stage work The fun is fast and furious clean wholesome and bright A word of praise is also due the excellent quartette who render- Â¬ ed many pleasing selections Messrs Herbert and Joe Cawthorne as Bar-Â¬ ney OBrady and Jakey Kump her Miss Susie Forrester as Mrs Simpkins and Miss Gilmore as Little Nugget were given in a most satisfactory manner as were the oth-Â¬ er supporting artists Pittsburg LeadÂ¬ er Correspondent At the Opera House Wednesday evening November 20th shingles months This offer is open for responsible for any contracts they R J Cassidy may make If you suffer with bad digestion constipation nervousness palpita tion of the heart etc call on Dr Rea at the Capital Hotel Saturday Nov 22 and get relieved If he can not relieve you he will tell you so A number of people have been relieved of the above symptoms in Frankfort and vicinity Nov Bridgeford Bros Agents for Frank- Â¬ lin county and R J Cassidy will be l 6m Amendments to Articles OF- of Incorporation - E H TAYLOR JR CO FINE ROOFING What People Have to say Relative to Manilla Roofing finished a job of this roofing for Lew Van Meter Bros of over 600 squares ol Manilla Koonng and also for W H Cassidy of over 150 squares also a roof in Oynthiana for W H Wilson of over 400 squares which all of them claim it to be one of the best and cheapest roofs that has ever been in this country It will pay any one in need of roofing to call on JR J Cassidy 248 West Third street Lexington Ky and also see samples and guarantees for ten years Co on roofs given by W H Fay Camden N J Also any one needing ceiling or sheeting paper we will furnish it cheaper than any house in the United States according to the qual- Â¬ ity of the goods This goods has been in use over a quarter of a cen- Â¬ tury in the United States It nas proven to give satisfaction beyond To the Citizens of Franklin County badly washed dishes from an unclean kitchen or from trifles which seemed light as air But by these things a man often judges of his wifes devotion to her family and charges her with general neglect when he finds her careless in these particulars Many a home owes a large part of its thrifty neatness and its consequent happiness to SAFOLIO J3 Grocers often substitute cheaper roods for SAFOLIO to make a better profit Send back such articles and Insist on bavin Just vrbat you never seem to grow oldTry ckeA complete wreck of domestic happiness has often resulted from IveJlP4e like Itie more worShe bright erf Busy wives who use SAP Q LI O Some Fiorshoes orderedE Frankfort and I have just day night Vi A b this week A L Hall of Defoe was through here Sunday night Rev H F Jordan of Bagdad oc- Â¬ cupied his pulpit at Indian Fork Church Saturday and Sunday last George Beckloy and wife visited S T Beckley and family Wednesday night last Leslie Beckley and Oscar Beckley and Mies Jennie Beckley and Miss Minnie Beckley attended the wedding at Indian Fork Wednesday evening John Skelton of Bagdad is visit- Â¬ ing relatives in Indiana Mrs Bertie Graves and Miss Gertie Graves are visiting in this community Har-low-Hass- any doubt Lexington Ky Camden N J Oct 13 1890 To the Residents of Frankfort and Vi- Â¬ This is to certify that wo know all about R J Cassidy his character habits etc and hereby state over our own signature that we will carry out to the letter all contracts made by him for the use of our manilla goods Call and see him he has tho facts to prove our claim F D Stafford Manager Camden N J Oct 13 1890 R J Cassidy Esq Lexington Ky Dear Sir In answer to your re Â¬ quest for an opinion of tho merits of the Fay Manilla Roofing Paper we have to observe that our use of it for the past two years on our lumber sheds structures that call for good roofs as well as the experience of old customers to whom we have sold it extensively has been eminently satisfactory and we feel no hesi Â¬ tancy in recommending it Truly t W H Fay Co R J Cassidy cinity ie bout every week Welcome to the dear old Rouda Six Mile Gal Great HMscoverers What Bell and Edison1 are to the telephone and eloctrioity says the Pittsburg News Dr Franklin Miles the well known specialist in nervous diseases is to the nervous system and nerve iiuid Among his numerous discoveries the Restorative Nervine is undoubtedly one of the greatest It is unsurpassed in nervousness dys Â¬ pepsia headache epilepsy noural gia backache melanoholy sleepless Â¬ ness change of life eto Free trial boltlea of it may be had of J W Gayle druggist All should road his New and Startling Facta for the Afflicted a very able interesting and finely illustrated book Free to all 6 Shivers Moffett Little Nugget The pleasing comedians Herbert and Joe Cawthorn and an excellent company by far tho best supporting company that has appeared at the Grand The house was packed to suffocation and nearly a thousand people were turned away every seat was filled and every aisle and lobby packed to its utmost capacity The play Little Nugget is a conglom- Â¬ eration of fun musio songs dances roofing Very truly yours clever specialties and witty sayings William Coffin Agent The performance is one loud long and hearty laugh It is a mirth pro- Â¬ I will wager from 8100 to 1000 that voker as one of the auditors last this roofing will outlast iron tin or Camden N J Oct 11 1890 Mr R J Cassidy Dear Sir At your request for my opinion in regarcl to roof furnished by W H Fay Co Camden N J I bog to say wo have our depot cov- Â¬ ered by their roofing and I take great pleasuro in rocommending it in every particular 1 have had consid- Â¬ erable oxporionco in othor roofing and I have no hesitation in saying it is a superior roofing I own a house covered by this roofing which being perfectly flat gave me considerable trouble I first had itcovored with tin then with gravel and at last was com- Â¬ pelled to put Fay Company roofing on it I have had no trouble with tho roof since notwithstanding tho fact that it was put on by an ordinary laborer who nad no experience in UNDERSIGNED STOCKHOLDERS OF E H Taylor Jr Co being the holders of all the stock In said corporation hereby amend the articles of Incorporation of said com- Â¬ pany as follows First The capital stock of the corporation Is reduced to the sum of 8250000 two hundred and fifty thousand dollars by the retirement and can- Â¬ Be It ordained by the Board of Councllmen of cellation of the 250000 two hundred and fifty the City of Frankfort thousand dollars ot preferred stock Issued un owner or owners of lots frontSec 1 der the amended articles of Incorporation of ing upon That the the following streets and parts of date October 30 1884 City of Frankfort be and tbey are The highest nmount of Indebted- Â¬ streets In the Second In front cause hereby ness or liability exclusive of distillers and of their directed to lots iothe sidewalks oncK De paved wim respective warehousing bonds aud bonds for exportation curbed with stone In such manner and of such and transportation for exportation to which the width and at grade as tho corporation Is hereafter at any time to subject Street Committeesuch elevation or may direct lisen snau no exceed two tniras ot its capital On the south side of Second street South stock of Mrs Chiles to Logan Frankfort from the In witness whereof we have hereunto set our street on the west line of Shelby street South side hands this 11th day of October 1890 Frankfort from the alley In front of Judge GEO T STAGG Craddocks residence to Cross street on the SAML R SMITH north side of Mero street North Frankfort beS M STAGG tween St Clair and Wilkinson streets on the op Kentucky l State north side of Clinton street North Frankfort County of Fhankmn jSUi colored Baptist Church to from the line I N B Smith Clerk of the County Court for the northeast of the of the property of James corner the county und Stato aforesaid do certify that Sullivan on the east side of Wilkinson street the foregoing Instrument of writing was on the North Frankfort between Main and Broad Â¬ 14th day of August 1890 produced to me In said way county and acknowledged beforo me by Geo T Sec 2 That the owner or owners of lots Stagg Samuel R Smith and S M Stays to be upon the following streets and parts of their act and deed whereupon the same togeth- Â¬ fronting in the City of Frankfort be and they are streets er with this certificate have been duly recorded heieby directed and Instructed to repair the in my ofllce pavements curbing and gutters In front ot their Given under my hand this 16th day of Octo- Â¬ respective lots In suh manner as the Street ber 1890 Committee may direct N BSMITH C F C C oct 25 4t On the south side of Broadway North Frank Â¬ fort between Washington and Wilkinson streets on the east side of t Clair street from Geo Paynes line to the corner of Main and from the corner of Main and St Clair on the north side of Main to John Meaghers property on the south side of Third street South Frankfort be Â¬ tween Shelbv street and the Hue of Mrs Judge An Ordinance to amend an Ordinance granting to W H Posey and others named therein the Duvalls property on the east side of Shelby light to occupy and use certain streets In the street South Mankfort between Second and City of Frankfort for the purpose of con- Â¬ Third streets from the wooden bridge on the structing maintaining and operating a Street east side of Bridge street to the corner of Car Line in said city passed March 11 1690 Second street and from the corner of Second to Shelby on the north side and an amendment thereto adopted August street street on the east sld of Logan street South 12 1890 streets on Belt ordained by the Board of Councllmen of Frankfort between Third and Cross Frankfort the east side of Logan street South the city of Frankfort Sec 1 That the Ordinance granting to W H between Cross and Campbell streets Sec a Thit the Street Committee be author- Â¬ Posey aud others named therein the right to ized and are hereby Instructed to llx the width occupy certain streets In the City of Frankfort for ttio purpose ot constructing operating and elevation aud determine the manner In which maintaining a railway In said city which became sidewalks are to be graded curbed and pived u law March 11 1890 aud the amendment thereto and to determine the mode and manner In which the paving curbing and guttering are to be which became it law August 12 lfcJJ be amended repaired as prescribed under the terms of this us follows 2 That said W H Posey and others their ordinance and to have a sultabe person to Sko associates successors and assigns are authori- Â¬ supervise the construction or repair or same described In zed to construct a line of railway for passenger bEO l 1 The owners of the lots are directed to purposes on Washington street from the line sections and 2 or thS ordinance have same completed within forty days trom the on Main btrcet tiience on wusnincion street north to Clinton thence west on Clinton to passage ot this ordinance and the city Clerk Is Wilkinson street connecting with said line on directed to give the necessary notice to said own Â¬ Wilkinson street that section 5 of the Ordi Â¬ ers as prescribed by the city charter aud amend nance adopted Murch 11 1890 be amended by ments thereto and to Wo a cony of this notice In inserting alter the words west of tho words the Clerks olllce ot the Franklin County Court Â¬ Sec 5 That all ordinances or parts ot ordi and on and amend section 1 ofsame ordinance by lnsertlngatter the words lowwater mark tho nances In eonlllct herewith are hereby repealed Sec G This ordinance to be In force and take words Wilkinson street from Broadway north to the city limits and also amend said ordi Â¬ effect from and utter its passage SAMUEL RSMITH Attest nance by striking out and repealing all the pro- Â¬ President P II NEWMAN visions requiring electric wire to be placed under City Clerk ground the said electric wire to bo constructed ot August 12 November 4 1890 as wqulred in umemled ordinance 1890 amend section 15 by striking out the words within one year and insert In lieu theieof the words July lbt 1891 Sko 8 That so much of the Ordinance passed March 11 1890 us authorizes the construction of it street railway from the Intersection ot Main Resolved That the Committee on Finance In and Washington streets west to Wilkinson street thence on Wilkinson to Broadway be and the conjunction with the City Attorney take the necessary steps to secure possession of the cltjs Is hereby repealed 6ame property on the east side of Steele street beÂ¬ Sko 4 Thut tho failure of said corporators their successors and assigns to complete as tween Third andCros streets now In possession required In section 15 of Ordinance of March 11 of the heirs of W C Chiles deceased and If It 1890 the two and one lmlf miles of railway with Â¬ becomes necessary to Institute legal proceed in one year from July 1 1890 shall operate Ipso ings to secure such possession said Committee facto as a forfeiture ot all grants rights and is authorized and empowe ed to employ such privileges herein and heretofore convened and legal assistance for the Cly Attorney us they tho failure to complete the whole Hue within may deem proper SAMUEL R SMITH Attest three years from the passage of the Ordinance or March 11 1890 shall operate as h forfeiture of President P 11 NEWMAN City Clerk ull grants rights mid privileges to occupy aud November 4th 1890 use for street railway purposes such stieets as at three jeurs from said date shall not then be actually occupied and used for said purposes ANNOUNCEMENT Should any proceeding be Instituted to prevent the construction ot suld railway us provided In 11 1890 and tho tho original Ordinance of March amendments thereto the time of forfeiture shall not begin to run until after such proceeding Is concluded the said Incorporators to have the full We ure authorized toannounce HENRY FINCEL time granted without Including the time from as it candidate for Councilman from the First ot any controversy to its the commencement Ward at the December election close Skc C This Ordlnunco shall take effect from We ure authorized to announce MIKE SULLI Â¬ Its passage SAMUEL R SMITH Attest f VAN ns a candidate for Councilman from the Presldeut P U NEWMAN Second Ward at the city election December 0 City Clerk 9 te 1890 November 4th 1890 THE An Ordinance foR s ajliE SHELBY CO FARM HAVE FOR FIGURK WEthe Marksbury SALE AT A LOW 120 acres Farm containing lying on the road from Bagdad toChristlansburg one and a qu irter miles from Bagdad Over 100 acres In blue grass and clover plenty of water good orchard fine locust grove and good house of eight rooms uuon the nlace und well of snlen- dld water at the door For terms apply to VIOLETT SCOTT Nov-l-3Fraukfort Ky V Â¬ Â¬ Articles of Incorporation ot Kentucky Military m Institute Company An Ordinance Â¬ Resolution Â¬ The undersigned Fayette Hewttt Ben S Hughes WS Farmer A W Overton L B Mc Brayer E A Penlck and U V Williams and their associates do hereby associate them- Â¬ under the provisions of selves together chapter 36 ot the General Statutes of Kentucky and form a corporation with power to contract v and be contracted with to sue and be sued to ac quire und hold by purchase or otherwise real and personal estate and to manage control rent out to sell and convey the same or any part thereof uml with all the other powers given by law to such corporations The name of the corporation shall bo Ken tucky Military Institute Company Its prlncl- pal place of transacting business shall be In t Franklin county Kentucky The genral nature of the business proposed by It Is the purchasing and con- to be transacted trolling the Kentucky Military Institute proper K ty for the purpose or securing and having thereat it first class institution of learn- lug The amount of capital stock authorized Is 13000 lifteen thousand dollars which may be iucreued to not exceeding 23000 on a vote of two thirds ot the stockholdtrs at stockholders meeting held for that purpose divided into shares of fifty dollar- - each to be subscribed and paid for at such times and In such manner as the bj lawsor board of directors may prescribe and such shares or stock shall also be tramferable In such manner as the by laws shall provide and when the sum ot five thousand dollars shall have been subscribed the Incorporators may proceed to meet and organize as hereinafter directed The time or commencement ot the corporation Is October 28th 1890 and It will ternlnate on Oc Â¬ tober 28th 1915 The ailalrs of the corporation are to be con- Â¬ ducted by a board of sevei directors one of whom shall be by such board elected Us presi dent The tlr t bourd of directors will consist of the Incorporators named with Fayette Hewitt us their president and tliey will serve us such until tho next annual election ot director Annual elections ot directors shall be held by the stock Â¬ holders on tne ilrst Wednesday In November 1891 and each succeeding year thereafter or un- Â¬ til their successors are elected aud qualified The directors shall hao power to pass and en Â¬ act ull by laws rules and regulations necessary and may alter tho same at their pleasure and they may elect such other oillcers aud appoint such ug nts as they may deem necessary for the management of tho business of the corporation The highest amount or Indebtedness or liabili- Â¬ ty to which tho corporation Is ut any time to sub ject ltselt Is two thirds or Us authorized capital stock Tho private property ot stockholders Is to bo exempt trom the corporate debts In testimony whereof the said incorporators hereto nillx their signatures this 28th day ot Oc- Â¬ tober 1890 FAYETTE HEWITT Â¬ Â¬ E A State or Kentucky FUANltMN COUNTY W S FARMER U V WILLIAMS B S HUGHES A W OVERTON PEN1CK For Councilman f 0lU OF Smith Clerk or the County Court for the County and State aforesaid do certify that the foregoing Articles oi Incorporation of the Kentucky Military Institute Company was on till 28th da or October 1890 produced to me In salu county and acknowledged before mo by Fayette Hewitt E ft Penlck WS Farmer U V Wi- Â¬ lliams B S Hughes and A W Overton tn 1m their uctttiud deed whereupon the same together with this certlllcate have been duly recorded lit I N B my ofllce Given under my hand this 28th day of October N B SMITH C F C C 1890 rL jLJIMft O-A-K- EI M 11 gooas ever uruugui tu uns uiureu jrnut tut luwesi jl only nanaie tnese g UUliiiti tuu liuiiuaya auu wmsuaiauici- - intii ueiiwiiv iresu van uuu examine w w T T get our prices xJVlvi JtdLJbiJrsLJiY Tirae So ULtli Side Cfcroces 1 1 I have just received from the east the largest stock and assortment of the abo l A A FRUIT i 1 w v A 1 1 1 AI 7C TC JT - m - -- - IMov m FMMFORT ROUNDABOUT New Telephone Accidental Shooting son of Â¬ Entered at the post ofnce at Fraukfort Kentucky as second class mailable matter Young Frank Robinson A telephone has been placed in the office of the Kentucky Midland Rril Uncle Jep Robinson of this FOR street ALE feet A BARGAIN A Try Hi Bog Poultry Roraci flEO A LEWIS Editor and Publisher wayat the depot which will be quite a section hand a convenience for persons having business with the officials of the road as it will save them a long walk t FRANKFORT NOVEMBER 15 1890 Sold to Dr Tobin A FORMER CITIZEN DEAD Cv Mr R Knott Breathes his Last on Saturday Nov 8 Mr Richard Knott for many years a leading merchant of this city died In Louisville on Saturday after a painful illness of several months and his remains were brought to this city Monday morning for interment in the family lot in the cemetery The deceased was the son of Maj Wilson Knott of Pennsylvania a prominent civil engineer He was born in Westmoreland county Pa November 15 1819 and in 1836 came to Kentucky to assist his father then under contract with the State to construct several of the locks and dams on the Kentucky river The work was completed in the best man- Â¬ ner as recent examinations by United States engineers havo shown The State offered payment to the contractors in her bonds instead oi cash and as these bonds were at the time much depreciated the result was heavy loses and bankruptcy for the builders Maj Knott returned to the East to take charge of the Morris and Essex canal leaving his son Richard here to effect if possible some agreement with the State Mr Knott then settled in this city and engaged in the dry good business in the house which stood where Mrs Harris millinery establishment now is In 1854 he removed to Louisville where he succeeded to the old firm of Brown Curtis Vance on Fourth avenue For nearly forty years he has as a merchant and citizen of Louisville stood high in the esteem of his fellow citizens holding always to that good name more valuable than riches Early in life Mr Knott connected himself with the Presbyterian Church and to the day of his death was an earnest zealous Christian He was for a number of years an elder in the First Presbyterian Church in this city and soon after removing to Louisville was elected an elder in the Second lresbytonan Upon the Church of that city organization of the College street Church he was chosen one of its first elders continuing in that office until the time of his death No man in the State of Kentucky was more universally respected for his upright integrity and Christian character than MrfKnott His was a most usefuland active life in the interests of his church and his loss will be mostjdeeply felt He was a man of deep convictions and unswerving in his tenacity to that which he felt to be right In 1844 Mr Knott married MiBS Ann Mary Roberts daughter of the late Dr Joseph G Roberts of this city and she together with three daughters andG sonB survives him The funeral took place Sunday at the College street afternoon Church in Louisville and the re mains reached here upon a special train at 1130 oclock Monday morn Â¬ ing andjwere borne to their resting place in thoHcity upon the hill the services at the grave being con- Â¬ ducted by Rev J L McNair D D of Louisville assisted by Rev J McClusky Blayney D D of this city A large number of relatives and friends accompnaied the grief stricken family to this city and together with the many friends of the deceased in this community paid the last sad tribute of respect to his memory Last week we announced the Bale of Mr James Fitzpatricks house and lot on Main street to W A Howard but it seems there was a hitch in the trade and ftlr Fitzpatrick has since sold the place to Dr Hugh L Tobin for 2600 cash N Railroad by the name of Jake Riddle who were out hunting Monday after- Â¬ noon were walking side by side both having their guns across their shoul ders as soldiers carry them at the command Robinson arms at ease attempted to take his gun down when the hammer of one barrel caught in his coat collar and caused the gun to go off The charge passed through Riddles left hand and lodged in his neck inflicting serious wounds Dr Owen Robinson of Bridgeportwas on the L HAVE FOR AT city and WE nice building HALE25x80 lot 011 Lognn between Third and Cntnpbell In South SCOTT Frankfort VIOL1TT Oct ll 3m Rouse and Lot for Sale T OFFER FOR SALEMY HOUSE AND LOT ON 1 Todd street af a bargain The house contains five rooms and the lot Is 75 by 150 feet Fine cis- Â¬ For Sale by tern in tbe yard Oct 25 lm JT DALLAS COKE W 1 Druggist G AYLI Corner Farm for or pid Market house sac FRANKFORT Mar lyr Â¬ - 1 M sent for and dressed the injuries and splendid farm of Mrs M J Dudley sltu one mile from Frankfort on thewounded man is doing as well as THE pike containing about 265 acrestheIs Versailles for Â¬ sale on reasonable terms or possible His hand is terribly man will be rented for year beginning March 1 1891 For particu- Â¬ Messrs Hearn Thomason have gled and will probably be useless but the apply to lars FRANK CHINN 4 tf sold out their dray line to the E J the wound in the neck is not consid- Â¬ Parker Transfer Co and Messrs Sal- ered dangerous yers Baker have established a dray line with headquarters at the livery More Trains on Kentucky stable of Mr Sam Salyers on Main Midland BLUE GRASS NURSERIES Transfer Changes H G MATTERS TxaiE - street PlKiintniiler 334 MAIN STREET A Col Pleasure Party Albert S Berry and a party of friends from Newport and Cincinnati came up the Kentucky river on his little steamer Bellevue Saturday afternoon on a hunting and fishing trip They went up the river Sunday morning but returned that evening and left Monday for points below on the river Fell From the Stairs A little son of Rev W G Neville was playing upon the stairway at the Southern Presbyterian Parsonage Sat urday morning when he fell over the banisters to the floor some distance below bruising himself up painfully but not seriously The little fellow was confined to bed for a day or two but is now able to run around again Â¬ I tal present passenger trains of the trees and everything for the Asparagus small lawn orchard and garden We have no agents but Bell direct at Elkhorn Route In the present low prices to the planter Write for catalogue to passenger trains Nos 1 2 3 and 4 H F HILLENMEYER there was no change The first is a Sept 27 3m Lexington Ky morning train leaving Paris at 645 a m making connection at George- Â¬ FARM FOR SALE O for Cincinnati and town with Q with the Louisville Southern for Louisville The second train leaves OFFER FOR SALE AT A GREAT BARGAIN I my farm containing 170 acres tho mouth Paris at 10 a m connection at of Elkhorn on the Kentucky riverat In Franklin It Is mostly bottom land and Is Georgetown with trains from Cincin- Â¬ county cultivation of corn and tobacco suitable for the It Is finely watered by ponds and springs and has nati and arriving in this city at 1220 about 20 acres well set bluegrrtss in has upon It noon The third train leaves this It a good residence good barn and other neces sary out buildings so located as to make a decity at 630 p m connecting at lightful home Georgetown with trains from the For terms call on or address my attorneys Ky Scott Vlolett South and with trains from both Cin- Â¬ 16 aug 6m Frankfort MARY F QUARLES cinnati and Louisville arriving at Paris at 1015 p m XjIE On Wednesday Nov 12th three new trains were added to the IMMENSE STOCK OF FRUIT trees Grapevines AND ORNAMEN FRANKFORT E Â¬ Â¬ Irnifi AWn IjUHXaAJXlI I 3FOK S The Hibernia Sunk LEXIKGTOHKYJ IF AND A YOU WANT Pipe Burst The water pipe on the bottom of the river between North and South Frankfort at the foot of Steele street burst again about eleven oclock Tuesday morning in the same place where the break was repaired a short while ago For about an hour the North Side was completely with Â¬ out water until the pipes on the bridge could bo called into requisi- Â¬ tion Tho Steamer Hibernia was sunk Louisville pike 6 miles from Frankfort conland well sup near tho mouth of the Yazoo river in taining 89 acres of first quality and family use plied with water both for stock the Mississippi on the first ofthe week there being twoIsline springs and a good well thereon Same well Improved She had on board a large cargo of ic The residence- barn and all as to fencing necessary outIncluding Ice cotton and- - cotton seed Both the houses For terms und house are In good condition further particulars apply cargo and tho boat will be a total to me at my residence 418 Broadway Frankfort Ky G W C11INN loss as the insurance on the boat had Oct 11 Sm expired about a month before the ac- Â¬ cident and renewal had been refused the boat being deemed unseaworthy Capt S V Pence had we learn but a short while ago disposed of the Valuable City Residence Property boat to a Mr Smith of Mississippi so none of the loss will fall on him BRICK RESIDENCE PROPTHE TWO STORYme swney jonnson pmce erty Known as Â¬ FORMER RESIDENCE AND FARM MY Jacent to Bridgeport Immediately on AD the Â¬ GOOD BREAD IIAPrY COOK - Â¬ Â¬ USE CREAM LEXINGTON FLOUR ROLLER MILLS KY MADE BY FOR SALE COMPANY LEXINGTON t Masonic Meetings Frankfort Chapter No 3 Royal Arch Masons meets in regular month ly convocation on Tuesday evening November 18th in the north hall of Odd Fellows Temple at 730 oclock Visiting Companions cordially in Â¬ vited and members earnestly re- Â¬ quested to attend No 4 Frankfort Commandery Knights Templar meets in regular monthly conclave on Thursday even- Â¬ ing at 730 oclock at the asylum in Odd Follows Temple Visiting Sir New Book Finding Blodgett is the name of story just out The trials tempta- Â¬ a tions and struggles of a boy are briefly told The influence on that life of a Christian Mothers training and faithfulness of the dog Prince so graphically depicted make it a very readable book indeed It is a safe book for boys and girls and would bo a nice Christmas present The author Mr G W Hamilton has achieved quite a success and we take great pleasure in recommending tho book ic street Frankfort Kt near the Capital Hotel Is ottered for sale by the undersigned If not sold on or before Janu Â¬ ary 1st lbJl the same will be for rent The property Is In first class condition For terms apply to CHAS F EXUM Attorney for Johnson heirs Oct 25 l situated on north Bide of Main Dr 1 Meyf 1 OHIO WILL BB AT THK IN FRANKFORT KY OF CINCINNATI tf miles J E ffl i FLOUR FRIDAY NOV 28 1890 BLIND or ITCHING Sons BLEEDING Chloroform Cared wltnout any surgical operation and wltto little or no pain Ligature or Knife this mod of treatment AND ARCTIC It not necessary with Cored Knights are courteously invited and members requested to attend Parlor Entertainment l Is a positive m freetw w Bakers Famous Headache Specific and safe cure for head- ones in an tneir lorms Try ic Hold y wicKime unapman 314 Main 4 Tho young ladies of the First Pres- Â¬ byterian Church will give a Parlor Messrs W J and W H Lewis of Concert at tho house of Mr II H Belair Stock Farm this county have Watson Monday evening Nov 17th made tho following sales of fine young at 8 oclock Part second of tho con Â¬ cert will bo furnished by the Peak trotting stock this week To A J Briggs Superior Nebras Â¬ Sisters the Seven Old Maids of Alas Â¬ ka black colt Response by Wilton ka who are making their last tour 2191 1 dam Agnetta by Madrid 2 dam through tho States Admission 25 Marietta dam of Valcour2283 dam cents Smyrna dam of Prince Edward 220 4 dam Snowbird dam of Mist 229 Elected to the Legislature by To same bay filly Rubino Mr Henry Julian formerly of this Abbotsford 219J 1 dam Lizzie Welch county son of Alex Julian Esq was 2 by Billy Adams son of Almont dam by Melbourne Jr thorough- Â¬ elected a member of tho Missouri Legislature from one of the districts bred Â¬ To R J Elliott of Iowa bay colt in Kansas City at tho recent election Another Franklin boy going o Roundabout by Acolyte 221 1 dam Flirt dam of Fancy Boss 227 2 dam tho front in hiB adopted home You cant keep them down Itaska by Imported Hooton To H Cunningham of Iowa bay Chinaman says samee as Melican colt Rapid Transit by Onward man and we say if Ganters magic 224J 1 dam Monette dam of Artisan chicken cholera euro fails to cure 232J 2 dam Belle of Cayuga dam of your money will be refunded by Phil Carpenter Parano 219 J Prices private Sale oi Trotters The Best In the World Use ne Other OHE DOLLAR WEEKLY BUYS A GOOD GOLD WATOH FISTULA IN ANO la cured FISSURES wlttoat cutting or tearing ULCERATION O CATARRh the bowel oared BY OUR CLDB SYSTEM Our 14 karet patent stiffened gold cases aro warranted tor 20 years Wulthain and Elgin movement reliable und well known Stem wind und set hunting or open face ladys or gents size Equal to any 75 watch We sell one of these watches for l the many cures urly for nearly he has maae unoac the wealthy and lnnmnth citizens are BuBMenterldenceof his success It l now a well established fact that man dt eases of tbe stomach liver kidney bladder womb and nervouu system are either caused 01 uanravated by the coexistence of PILES FISTU Â¬ DrIefly bat now been vtiUlngthts eltyrega eventr LA FISSURE Dr 8 Franklin llorrls Oraefensburg J T Staten Frankfort Ky Ky V ULCKB RRFRHENCKS K Sober Frankfort Ky Ky-- or RECTAL Be Jus M Wlthrow Frankfort Ky and send to any address by registered mall orÂ¬ la at M DR KXCLXTS offlee ana reside by express C O Dwlth privilege of examinaWest Eighth street Cincinnati and where he tion may be found every day of eaeh week SXC1PT Our agent at Durham N 0 wrwa Our Jewelers havo confessed th dont know FBIDATB UTO8ATUBDAY8 how you can furnish such work for tlk money Pamphlets deaeriUac theae diseases and UU free U any one ty a ode of treatment dressing wanted at each pjaco Write for particulars 38CASH David Moore Benson Blchard Fergaion Frankfort Ky W J Huffcea FrankSart Ky Ky A H McClare Berberleu Frankfort L P- - Halett Benson Frankfort Ky W EMPIRE WATOH CO 43 And CO Iv 250 Weat Ugbtn St UinpinntJ I KELLEY ffl Dc Is Maiden Lane New York N Y tr CONSULTATION M lf IBII sm tVitf FALSE --- UM WmHWirli HjWnirrstdWlVIr WW BUT TRUE FACTS HUWIfMhWlfilUt 4VWI from the cheapest to the finest and all kinds of domestics usually kept in a first class Dry Goods House max urtuuiijji ux guuuo muoi uo wuBou jxv iu iiao iuuiu iur aiiocner mat will as iuiiy n ported and Domestic - Dress- - Goods So I will make such low prices as will sell them at once Call aarly while my stock is yet complete ttuu yuu win i determined to make a change in my business that is to sell the Dry Goods branch out entirely consisting of a full assortment of the latest and most desirable line of The same Interest 50voia stli -- This parti c- i AS SAYE FULLY TIME TABLE TWn Mffnnt HtindaY Nearlng Completion Resolutions of Respect ED HHRRIS meiit PER CENT arr - t aB No Money Eequired of Responsible Parties to Qsmmenoe- Treat Mr John E Glenns new cottage citi- Â¬ At meeting of ftko following time table will be in effect residence on Arlington Heights is zens aof Frankfort the German the called for pon kit toad purpose of taking proper steps on rapidly approaching completion IB AXIS Bonn the death of Prof J O Mauer the 880 am Jo231eaTeaFrankfor following preamble and resolution 825 a m Coming In Mo 17 leateB Frankfort were adopted 213 p m Ho 21 leaves Frankfort Whereas It has seemed good to the 813 p m Ho 19 leaves Frankfort All the convicts now at work on almighty God to remove from our -- MftT 13ihi 1889 Fourteenth Eegular Yisit FRANKFORT KY WEDNESDAY NOV 26 3D VBAIXB MOBTH 1003 a m No 18 leaTea Frankf ort 500 p m Ho 20 leavps Frankfort 910 p m 32 leaves Frankfort Ho 613 p m No 84 arriveB Frankfort No 38 makes oonneetion at Lagrange for Cincinnati and at Anchorage for is Bloomfleld ttn 91 miiVan nnnnnntinn at Laorranire for Cincinnati and at Anchorage for Bloomfleld X P BKYAN Agent B TRAINS RUN BY2GENTHAL STANDARD TIME Mo2No4 A No3Nol P MAM 545 31HI5 58 3261 607 6 22 I MP M railroads and other works outside the midst our late worthy and esteemed J O Mauer And walls will be brought in by the 16th fellow citizen The intimate and relations Whereas of December and a large number long held by the deceased with all will be transferred to the Branch classes of society render it proper that we should place upon record our Penitentiary at Eddy ville appreciation of his merits as a man s and a citizen therefore Liabilities Large Resolved That we deplore the loss of J O Mauer with deep feeling of The liabilities of Mr M B For regret soicenea only oy we connaent hopes that wood tho merchant at Elmville this who havinghis spirit is with those fought the good fight county who made an assignment here are enjoying perfect happiness two weeks ago amount to 21000 in a better world while his assets will only amount to Resolved That we tender to his afflict-Â¬ ed widow and relatives our sincere 12500 condolence and our earnest sympa- Â¬ in their affliction loss of Lexington Teacbers Com- Â¬ thy who was a good at the and an one citizen ing upright man Resolved That we will attend our to the grave in a Prof M A CaBsiday Superinten Â¬ deceased friend place a floral tribute body and there dent of Schools in Lexington will upon his mound as a last token of bringall the teachers of the Public our friendship Resolved That a copy of the fore schools in that city down this morn- Â¬ Con- Â¬ goingpreamble and resolution signed ing to visit the Constitutional by the Chairman and Secretary be vention transmitted to the relatives of the oasrE every fourth week thereafter y 02Txjz ISf Consultation and Examination Free t- j Lv Frankfort Ar Elkhorn Swltzer 830 ffi Merrily merrily shall I live now the little girl said for I am not to be kept in because of that horrid neuralgia My mamma has bought a Connections at Georgetown with Queen bottle of Salvation Oil from the drug Â¬ cent or Cincinnati anil the East gist and it cost only 25 cents a bot- Â¬ PMA M tle Ar Frankfort 3 05 545 Lv New Jersey has a Baptist minister Georgetown 415 655 Lv Cincinnati 620 1015 Ar who claims to have baptised more people tlian any other man in his Connections at Paris with Ky CentrnlRy church The community in which he A M P M resides has been grieved over his P MAM Dirt Wanted stubborn cough that has interfered Ar 10 03 810 Frankfort 305 545 lv Georgetown 854 6 55 415 65 A physi- Â¬ with his pastoral 810 600 605 7 47 Such a large quantity of the earth cian recommended duties Paris Dr Bulls Cough 10 45 Ar 235 Cincinnati taken from the excavations made for Syrup and consequently here will Lv 520 155 Mavsvllle 810 110251 Ar the new sewers in South Frankfort be baptism in his church next Sun Â¬ Lvl 7151 6201245Ar Winchester Lvl U0 7301 125 Ar Richmond was used in filling up private prop- Â¬ day m erty that the city now has to hunt Holiday Goods SHORTEST QUICKEST ROUTE around for dirt to fill up the holes in TO the street made by the recent rains I have just received a largo and It looks like the ground above the elegant stock of holiday goods Cincinnati sewers will never get through set- Â¬ which will bo opened on Monday Prices lower than ever before tling Superintendent GEO B HARPER Gen John B Weitzel I 4151 655 430 709 442 T20 505 741 Georgetown Newtown Centrevllle Ar Purls Lv stmpgOrnd I 10081810 950 752 9 41 743 9261728 Gratifying to All deceased 854 655 8401638 8291025 810 The high position attained and the universal acceptance and approval of the pleasant liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs as the most excellent Creslaxative known illustrates the value IM of the qualities on which its success 810 is based and are abundantly gratify- Â¬ 655 ing to the California Fig Syrup Com- Â¬ 403 10 4t pany Jerome Weitzel Chn Charles Beck Secy Â¬ I xiB TI12 MMmiSm C H BOGMAN M u pital Physician Â¬ Eminent Specialtist formerly resident Physician of the Philadelphia General Hos in charge of the Ohio Medical Institute Cincinnati Ohio has for twenty five years successfully devoted his time to the treat ent of his specialties He successfully treas all curable cases of Chronic and Aervous Diseases His treatment is based on the largest experience after thorough educational preparation Â¬ -- and the East V L CLARK Rheumatism Is csinttallr i dltcaso cT tho nervous srs delay K not cured It leads to enlarged prostate laid ntr roe beionl a doubt Actfnr tous debility and premature decay M e guarantee a cure la all Kaiiis all lua Investigation o hao for rtr J treated It lib phenoiieual upou thla theory Th dtformllki an I heart adectlonj ryulttn success from rhumitlo indaaimailons may all bo avoided or cured bj our tioalmcnu B Vi k i v THE REV GEO H THAYER of Bourbon Ind says Both myself and f The ioint committee of the two wife owe our lives to SHILOHS FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Masonic Lodges in this city Hiram CONSUMPTION CURE For sale by J W Gayle 28 ana esoteric nave ac tasc agreed upon a plan of consolidation for the FRANKFORT NOVEMBER 15 1890 two bodies and have made a unani IS LIFE WORTH LIVING mous report jo that effect The num- Â¬ Not if you go through the world a ij t L l ifll nnttltlnt A New Ver Â¬ UllllCtS inCIT UTinC WntCif tufjfviaiili minuiiuij ua puyum mini or ber of Hiram Lodge is to bo retaiued dyspeptic Dr Ackers Dyspepsia will 4afAff witratlioruuirh microscopical uxaminatlrmsvilll Kllir 11 Mtuntljtls Oli certificate and chart WCi submit to nt ami chemical a positive cure for the Tablets are t sailles tiii luriiisiiccip tin- - p itu n No 4 and the Grand Master worst formsa of Dyspepsia Indiges- Â¬ wntcit win ue r We cure oltl cases wliici hif Inftltil tin skill of other physicians Wh Hecause our eatenslTc requested to name tho new Lodge tion Flatulenoy and Constipation exoerience enables us to rtconli the hums of ilita c Mr Henry will commence the pub- Â¬ We invite all who hae failcU tosjLTuin ruktt tlscwhcre to oousult us All curable oases are The consolidation will bo completed Guaranteed and sold by guaranteed lication of a new paper at Versailles about the 27th of December W Gayle Druggist 9 J 1atients treated by mail ad cxptess Where possible personal consultation Is preferable List of questions sent free on application on the first of January to be called s a and correspondence strictly confidental All the Clarion Patronize home industries and part ofcases United States and Canada Address with Treatinei nny A Valuable Discovery the stamp foi Sons flour 14 Dr Brown Seqoarde elixir of youth buy Miles Cousin C may bo an important discovery but evory one knows that Dr Franklin MADE miserable by In- Â¬ ARE YOU P O BOX 703 Hon Tom L Johnson tile newly Miles New Heart Cure oortainly is digestion Consumption Dizziness Clove It has given thousands affiioted with Loss of Appetite Yellow Skin Shi elected Congressman from the K FltANK IllOM Ua Hill V ua i lreiltleiit land Ohio district is a cousin of sorious heart disease a now lease of lohsVitaliaor is a positive cure r It T It An iMtitu life Druggists who can observe its 28 For sale by J W Gaylo Col E Polk Jonson of this city i t Â¬ hi mic offocts on many customers every W where speak vory highly of it Mr of solid Silverware at 31 The Staiiiari Frntim 1 1 Co Billy Robbed JlITD John Weaver of Knlghtstown Ind A Lnrgo stock the jeweler 8 5t Selbcrts says I hUve sold much of Dr Miles RBAI BSTATB AGBAT Formerly the Stiiiiiu iirilntlnp k The residence of Mr William Rake New Guro and have received many O Monroe of Dun Â¬ FOR DYSPEPSIA and Liver Com- Â¬ PRACTICE IN THJC COUBTS Ot good reports MANUKACTUHKIIS OF formerly of this city was broken kirk N x reports large Bales And plaint you have a printed guarantee mnklln and tbe adjolnlns counties ant alio glTt the AND into in Louisville Tuesday night and the best part of it is every bottle has on evory bottle of Shilohs Vitilizor will tale ol raal pclal attention to r ntapurchase PRINTING VARNILITHOGRAPHIC INKS and ettate collection of clalmi HlShTC Â¬ A watch and givon satisfaction to cure Sold and guar It nevor fails and Uia af otaaua of loani robbed by burglars la-- niiiil Cliiet t OMo Juue28 ly 28 Junift lT 8 For sale by J W Gaylo anteed by J W Gaylo some silverware was taken B T FARMER Cltv Ticket Aet GenFrelfht Pass Aet m Will Consolidate Paper at Brlchta Dlscae cf the KlJneji Is the result of fsultr nitrluou cr r stimulation or tho uo of improper remedies to tbcrexse the llow of urine Diseases of tho Disestivo Organs are tho most fre Â¬ quent aUHs of tho luor ftiM dleaes lipeisia Liver Com pUlM Constipation and thronlo lHarrhci all result In Imper feet nutrition an 1 reuder lift Miserable llrlj luurfircucj U true rcoaem of time moot and health Young Men who are rapidly arprovhlng Insanity nnd death from scout habits rtllldoftell tocomultui atonce Tbeto habits are thu rejultof dlu ie not vice and wo euro such cases without fall Ue Invite four fulKt coaildeuce and promise jou relief 3HddloAccd Men who nbseno certain Irritations of the bladder and urethra or water j atsice with sediments In Fiich symp Â¬ thsuriueshouldaiatlthrmrltcsofcutreatniect toms aro Indications of seiilna nearness which admit o no vss suchcases and a pcrAes restoration to health and hi ileal vlfor To the Ladlas Wo haie for fears mail a specialty ol the disrates of uomsrv Nine tenth of the suacrings of thus tnen the worll are homo by women anl without reason cause of theil diseases l rrojerlr understood their cure U certain and complete Our urire boipltal ei perlenre enable ns to understand theio eiws and trrit thrtu from the latest sclea tlflc standpoint Lxal treitmrnt which so uisny otjectto we rarely tin I nticssarr Our treatment Is lv tcnitltutlonal and local remedies with which wu Imtrjct the patients to treat themselves at their own hones PrlvatO DUbascs trleture Oleet Vene eal Jadnt Syphilis Ijonoirhei Uipotuicv and Merllltv are promptly and etUotually cured hy our fucltl mvedles r have spent ibouiiuds of dillars In time an 1 moner to al kneuledn In this direction Epilepsy or 1lts This phonooijaa f th Jerrow svsteut U tho result of dlsa lncnted If Lorve centers Ourcicthol of treatment which Uiuilrely our own has been aJralucJ by tho lest seiciitli of tho wo ld to produce radical cures In th m it dbllltated sulJoHj I - i aa4 m f t iLo Polks Dr H Bogznan Cinoinnat 1 WM CROMWELL ATTORN EY-AT-LA- I Smoke LONG DURHAM HAVANA Cigar FILLER I Best 5 CENTS Esurtla FOB 23 W Religious We would be greatly obliged to tin ministers and officers of churches in the city if they would furnish us with any announcement which they may wisli ttfll II 111 11 TflVI Ml I HI LUIl madcl Rev George Dnrsio preaches at the Bridgeport Christian Church at 3 p m Tho Union S S Teachers Meet ing assembles in the chapel of the Christian Church Tuesday night at Â¬ f MS S BEWARE OP MISREPRESENTATIONS AND FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS OF iff HONEST PARTIES 730 Rev J MoOlusky Blayney D D will occupy his pulpit at the First Presbyterian Church to morrow at 11 a m and 730 p m Rev V G Novillo will occupy his pulpit at the Southern Presbyterian Church to morrow morning at 11 oclock a m and at 730 p m yzassKK the thrilling scenes so comm o amorg the dramatic works of thS day but upon its simplicity in deal ing with the common phases of every day life It has always been considered a strong attraction from the standpoint of pure human inter Â¬ est and faithful delineation of char Â¬ acter and the proof of this assump Â¬ tion is demonstrated by the success which the piece has met with It is a picture of life at the Old Home- Â¬ stead drawn by an artist who was not only on the spot but who was born and bred there The plot is one familiar to those who are acquainted with the honest old character of New England farm life and a revela- Â¬ tion to those who are not but can be fully enjoyed by lovers of pure drama Reviewing its merits it ap- Â¬ pears to be thejonly play produced in years which has struck the popular chord A little of its sunshine will be welcomed by many for its relief from care and its humanizing ten- Â¬ dency The company presenting it here are under Denman Thompsons own management have been through Â¬ ly rehearsed and equipped by him- Â¬ self V The usual services at Ascension Church to morrow morning at 11 oclock and 730 p mwillbe conduct ed by Rev E A Penick tho rector 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 Â¬ ond mass 1030 a m Vespers at 3 m Â¬ I Tl A I K II II fH n f T il II If you want a Razor that it if I guaranteed to shave you at all f 1 1 1 1 r p Rev W O Taylor of Buffalo New York will occupy the pulpit at the Baptist Church to morrow morning at 11 oclock and evening at 730 oclock Sunday school in the chapel at 930 a m When Baby waa sick wo gave her Castoria When she waa a Child she cried for Castoria When she became Miat she clung to Castoria When she had Children she gave them Castoria JLlIJLfJUAlks times with ease and comfort buy only the Torrey from GRAY CHURCH A pulpit at the Christian Church at and 730 Night subject Rev George Darsie occupies his 11 A Won Â¬ derful Cure The Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor meets in the chapel at 7 p m Rev H Burdin closed his pro- Â¬ tracted meeting at Beech Ridge Church in Shelby county on Sunday last The meeting was of two weeks duration and resulted in twenty Nerve Liver seven additions to the church twen Miles Pills ty four by baptism and three re An important discovery They act Btored Rip Raps on the liver stomach and bowels through the nerves A now principle Is the place to buy your boots shoes Rev H G Henderson A M will They speedily cure billiousness bad hats caps dry goods notions c occupy the pulpit at the Methodist taste torpid liver piles and constipa- Â¬ Call and get our prices on groceries Church to morrow morning at 11 tion Splendid for men women and of all kinds Sugars 13 14 and 15 children Smallest mildest surest pounds for 1 Pure sour mash oclock and at 730 p m Sunday 30 doses for 25 cents Samples free at whisky 40 50 and 60 cents per quart school at 930 a m J W Gaylos Frankfort Ky 45 ly Country produce taken in exchange for goods Mr Henderson extends a cordial M T Mitchell Arctic flour is a first class patent invitation to tho members of the Frankfort Ky Ken- Constitutional Convention to attend and equals any patent sold in 3 324 Broadway ucky Iry it 14 these services m J and Mr Frank Huffman a young man of Burlington Ohio states that he had been under the treatment of two prominent physicians and used their treatment until he was not able to get around They pronounced his case to be Consumption and incurable He was persuaded to try Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds and at that time was not able to walk across the street without resting He found before he had used half of a dollar bottle that he was much better he continued to use it and is to day enjoying good health If you have any Throat Lung or Chest Trouble try it We guarantee satisfaction Trial bottle free at the South Side drug store 5 P H Carpenter Wonder Worker SIRUPS CUTLERY The only large and complete line in the city at GRAY CHURCHS Carvers Meat Table and Knives to suit all Butcher tastes and purses JM - GRAY May2B lyr Main Street Hardware Merchants CHURCH wjF FBA3iTISFOBT SLBVATOE COAL BSs ft Un IPMH -- ghl r I TTIT Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria Thefollowing is the programme of t m une viission uircie Meeting oi Frank Â¬ lin Association to be held at Mt Darbys Prophylactic Oarmel Church Franklin county on Use it in every sick room Will the fifth Saturday and Sunday in No- Â¬ vember 29th and 30th keep the atmosphere pure and wholesome removing all bad odors SATURDAY 10 A M 1 Meeting of the Board and the from any source transaction of all business pertaining Will destroy all Disease Germs to same infection from all Fevers and all 2 Sermon by Garret fcReed Alter contagious diseases nate James uiarK 3 Night Sermon by preacher The eminent physician J Mari- Â¬ chosen from the brethren present on Sims of New York says I SUNDAY 10 A M am convinced that Prof Darbys 4 Review of the work from 1883 up Prophylactic Fluid is a most valu to August 1890 by J H Burdin able disinfectant 21 a6 Mission Sunday schools and Sunday-school work by J T Staten G Mexican Onyx clocks the latest styles Stedman R J Shannon and O H S 5t at M A Solberts the jeweler arrent -- Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria Porcelain lined preserving kettles 4 qt 35 cts 6qt 45cts 8 qt 55 cts 10 qt 60 cts 12 qt 65 cts 14 qt 70 35 cts 10 qt 100 at Buckleys Old fashioned double thicked tin ware at Buckleys 35 Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria Principal OMce nndjtSluvutor foot SteelelSt Telephones Nos 2 and 8G IBIEIST fefil DEALERS IS IN THE- - CrZK-A-ZDilE- OUT1 Branch Oillce corner St Clair nnajWapptng Streets ItlLEY HAUPOLD Mummer COAL DWARD OlMSSERii -- EE-OTI03Lr Electric Bitters This remedy is becoming so well known and so popular as to need no special mention All who have used Electric Bitters sing the same song of praise A purer medicine does not exist and it is guaranteed to do all that is claimed Electric Bitters will cure all diseases of the Liver and Kidneys will remove Pimples Boils Salt Rheum and other affections caused by impure blood Will drive Malaria from the system and prevent as well as cure all umber Gas Steam Fitter -- ANJD DEALER IN- - Oas Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Closets PIPE AND FITTINGS ETC STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO JOB AND CONTRACT WORK ALL WORK GUARANTEED I11 rear of Salonders Grocery FRANKFORT KENTUKOY I just received a large line of cloth Â¬ ing for men youths and boys that I will sell at astonishing low prices These are all now goods consisting of the latest and most desirablo pat Â¬ terns No mark up and down prices but one price and that tho cheapest Call and see for yourself at Ed Hakuis Corner Main St Clair A few more ot the number stoves at Buckleys 7 6 11 man Sermon by E S Alder Alternate Thomas Stevenson a m m F M Featherston m Plaids For stylish dress goods go to 8 - Secretary Sam D Johnson Co Â¬ For lame back there is nnthinnWo offer a good linelof Scotch che a flannel cloth nol suiting for tailor made dresses fwith Chamberlains Pain Balm and 8 Sam D Johnson Co Â¬ I bind it on tho affected parts Trv it We have a beautiful line of high and you will bo surprised at the class novelty dress goods Very styl Â¬ prompt relief it affords Tho same Malarial fevers For cure of Sam D Johnson Co treatment will curd rheumatism For ish 8 Headache Constipation and Indi- Â¬ sale by J W Gayle 8 lm Special Sale of Fall Ging Â¬ gestion try Electric Bitters En- Â¬ tire satisfaction guaranteed or t hams Tlie Old Homestead money refunded Price 50 cts 71 cents for cincrhams worth 10 play which Denman Thompson cents 10 cents for ginghams worth and 1 per bottle at South Side The Sam D Johnson Co wrote and made so famous will bo 12J drug store seen at the Opera House this evening 8 P H Carpenter 5 The success attendincr its produc tion in Now York City during the Millinery Of all the flour made or sold in last three seasons and the renewed Wo are constantly receiving addi Â¬ successof its 4th years opening there tions to our always select the State Miles Sons is the best stockof im- Â¬ its hearty indorsement not only by goods without a doubt 14 the press and public in that city and ported and domesticJohnson Co 8 Sam D all other places visited but by the Tariff will go up on tin but prices clergy of all denominations stamps on tin roofing will bo lower than ever as among tho most attractive Cloaks Cloaks it for the next thirty days at Buckleys amusements in tho language The A large and stylish lino of Ladies 35 Old Homestead is a sweet rural Misses and Childrens jackets coats m story of all tho pleasant and cloaks at very low prices suggestive Bucklens Arnica Salve side of country life descriptive 8 Sam D Johnson Co of all that is good in a simple minded The best salve in the world foi honest old farmer The story It is Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Comforts nothing more than this Joshua We have a small lot that we will Rheum Fever Sores Whitcomb a down east farmer Tetter close out at cost goes to Now York to find his son 8 Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns Sam D Johnson Co wno has wandered off to the great and all Skin Eruptions and posi- Â¬ city to make his fortune forced tively cures Piles or no pay re- Â¬ thither by suspicious circumstances toujr Cloaks from which ho cannot clear himself It is guaranteed to give We have eighteen long cloaks that quired regarding a bank robbery in his na-Â¬ wo will close out perfect satisfaction or money re at half price tive village The father finds the Sam D Johnson Oo funded Price 25 cents per box boy in evil ways and induces him to 8 oome home The piece does not For sale by South Side drug store depend for its strength and merit on Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria 5 iy P H Carpenter fbetterthan to saturate No Damaged Goods 94JK1110 It ft cook 35 T1IE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST OH 7 Morphine Chloral hablU Homo treatment painless and cures perfect Address Specific Remedy Co Lafuyetto Iud auulG Uiu SLEEP IN PEACE BST TJSIIfcTCS- - k miM Entire Jc it Time 25 Hours Trains Baggage Car Day Coaches Sleepers run through without change THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST PRATTS KILLER FOR BED BUGS It possesses advantages over Insect powders In Â¬ asmuch as It can be used In places which they can not reach Its odor Is agreeable and It Is warranted not to Injure carpets linen or furniture No futul effects can result from Its use as It contains no poison which fact should give It a place In every household Sold In large bottles at 26 cents each For sale by W II AVEIULL at wholesale and season Georgetown to Jacksonville Ala Hours Time This preparation la superior to all others lo Through Sleepers without change The Short the following reasons une oeiween Cincinnati aim It kills the bugs Instantly Time 2 Hours Lkxinoton Kr It effectually destroys their eggs therefore It Is JlNOXVIIiljK TKNN only necessary to use It once or twice during the ASHKVILLE 17 N 0 ClUTTANOOOA TKNN 26 retail Bihminuuam Ala Direct Connections at New Orleansand ShravA port for Texas Mexico and California Leave Frankfort via Kentucky Midland Railway via Georgetown 645a mrarrlveClnclnnatl 1025 a m Quicker than any other line All trains arrive at depurt from Central Union Depot Cincinnati For Rates Maps c address if w WUULLKX akTraveling Pass Agt D G EDWARDS Atlanta Ot 11 15 16 JOHN H STAOKHOUSE 4 ocHSm CO 0 Vlce Pres C HARVEY SOLE AGENTS 632 Arch Street Philadelphia union kV CINCINNATI 0 G P 4 T A ik f w 7 FALL FABRTOEj FOE SUITS iYOUMANS 1 TRODSER AND srr srniHJS IlsT- - OVERCOATS O-- FTJIITISHIITG lUL ZBXjOOIESIS 13 latest O O ID FINE - STETSONS AND O-srercoa- -ts OTHER HATS v Jt - -- E3ea-d3r 1 A larare and fine assortment of fall and winter earments in this line - fJAnrlomona lJ a nice stylish garment at a moderate price will do well to insnant thU who want Bine We will be glad to show you what we have rnjmrn HUDSON HUMPHRIES Forks of Elkltorn The rain of the first of the week was a much needed blessing Rev Kesler of the Baptist Theological Seminary Louisville preached at Buck Run last Sunday night Regular services at the Christian Church to night to morrow morning and night at the usual hours Regular services at Mt Pleasant to day and to morrow at 11 oclock each fday This beinor the dav for the meeting tot the Franklin County Teachers As- ticiation we nope to Bee a larger at- fEendance of teachers than on anv former occasion and let it be borne jiilKind the object of these convoc- Â¬ ations is for the mutual improvementÂ¬ Bof the teachers The subject for consideration on this occasion being Arithmetic and the one usually con- Â¬ sidered the most important should Cause teachers to make a greater sac- Â¬ rifice if possible than under other considerations Milk butter and eggs are becoming quite scarce Quite a number of our people at- Â¬ tended the funeral of Mrs Compton at Frankfort last Saturday One baptism at Buck Run last Sun- Â¬ day Pastor Walne officiating Mrs Eliza Trimble is having erected a large frame dwelling on the site of her recently burned house Bro Burdin has closed his meeting at Beech Ridge Shelby county He reports twenty eight additions twenty-three by baptism and five by let- Â¬ ly esteemed and beautiful young lady of this place were united in the bonds of matrimony Wednesday evening at 4 oclock at Indian Fork Church in the presence of a large con- Â¬ course of friends and acquaintances Rev H F Jordan officiating Happy may be their lives is our wish The bride and groom left on the 8 oclock train bound for Lexington and returned Thursday evening to the grooms fathers where a grand reception awaited them Mrs Bettie Moore visited J C Moore and family last week Willie Arnsparger visited relatives in this community this week Miss Lizzie Bradley returned home from Louisville this week where she has been visiting friends and rela- Â¬ tives Miss Maggie Hower dismissed her school since Wednesday to visit relatives at Croppers Wo would like to know what has become of the savant from Tioga We miss his newsy sketches very Flaunted the skull and cross tones their en CASSELL The Baceaaeera of Old ilfn defiantly at tho masthead Your modern pirate not en the high teas but upon the high reputation of standard remedies skulks under various disguises His hole and corner trafflo has never to any degree affected Hostetters Stomach Bitters although that standard lmrfg orant and corrective has long been the shining mark at which bis shafts bave bean directed Cheap local bitters composed of aery unrectl fled stimulants with an infusion or extract possibly ot some tonic bark are still some Â¬ times recommended as Identical witbor sim Â¬ those ilar to or possessing virtues kindred to These of Americas chosen family medicine great subduer and perish speedily while the preventive of disease pursues Its successfulÂ¬ career overcoming malaria dyspepsia ner vousness kidney troubles constipation and rbeumatie ailments not only on this bat on jiany continents RENNICK At the residence of his brother-in-laMr James M Todd In this city on Monday November 10 1890 Mr Todd Rennlck aged 66 S J THOMPSON -- 18 PREPARED TO FILL ALL ORDERS FOR- - RoseDuas Cut Flowers and Floral Deigns FOB Funerals 261 Telepliozie Ooxmectioia Weddings - - - Louisville I West Jefferson Street years BORN AtEddyville THOMPSON Thompson and wife Oct i9 ten pounds Forrest Wood Ky 1890 JOHN T BUCKLEY to Mr D M a son weight ter than when last reported Miss Annie Atchison has returned home from a visit to friends in Bath county Messrs L 0 South and J H Bowen were in Henry county last week on a hunting expedition Their success was very gratifying 100 birds being the fruit of their efforts Miss Hazy Jones of Bath county is visiting friends in this vicinity Mr Harvie Tincher who was called to Bath county a short time since oc- Â¬ casioned by the serious illness of his father has returned home brinerintr the sad intelligence of the death of his father Rev E H Alderman and Messrs Win Lewis Sidney Bedford John Murphy and B B BigstafT have returned home from a pleasant and profitable hunt in the eastern section of Kentucky Miss Lida Stedman who had been in feeble health for quite a number of months died at the residence of her father in this village last Wednesday Nov 12 1890 She was an exemplary Christian proving her profession by a pious walk and Godly conversation one leaves a host 01 menus ana rela Â¬ tives to mourn the loss May God Tho funeral sustain the afflicted services were conducted by Rev J H Burdin from tho family residence in a solemn and impressive manner after which tho remains were con- Â¬ veyed to tho cemetery at Frankfort and interred by tho side of loved ones Â¬ Will Hammons still remains quite feeble though considerably better gone before A Farmers and Laborors Union or- Â¬ ganization was effected in this place last Wednesday night Zilpali Fine weather and gathering corn is the go now Owen Deakins and wife visited G F Moore and family on Wednesday last Tho youngters had quite a nice time in the way of a social given at R Kendles J Monday night in this community last on wedding boom certainly has The begun T J Harlow a rising and prosperous young man of this town ahip and Miss Laura Masaie a high t KlMEw pieces he larg 3 Dinner Sels from 850 up much est stock in Central Kentucky to select promts The largest stock of fine diamonds in William Stivers and wife visited from 233 St the city is at 31 A Selberfs Frankfort last week 8 5t Clair street Miss Lulie Jones visited N B Stoves Tinware and Home Furnishing I mis Moore and family this week Cook Stoves from WHY WILL YOU cough when Shi 475 up Heating S ves from 33 up Some one made a raid on J T lohs Cure will give immediate relief Moores turkeys a short time ago Price 10 cts 50 cts and 1 28 For sale by J W Gayle and stole 7 one night also got 4 from id Plumbing and Gas Iutmjj Tin Uouli m Mrs Tom Graves Guttering Jol work of all kinds in both bri c s Close Observer done promptly and guaranteed to be first- - A DUTY TO YOURSBTLF It is surprising that people will use I have the lngest stock in my differei An honest Swede tells his story in a common ordinary pill when they es plain but unmistakable language for can seenro a valuablo English one for to be found in Central Kentucky and 11 juices One of tho benefit of tho public that are beyond nil competitors Give me a II same money Dr Ackers Enj my children took a severe cold and the pills are a positive cure for sick U3I1 got the croup I gave her a tea headache and ull liver troubles They spoonful of Chamberlains Cough are email sweet easily taken and do Remedy and in five minutes later I not gripe gave her one more By this time 9 J W Gayle Druggist she had to cough up the gathering in her throat Then she went to sleep Forget and slept good for fifteen minutes SKi- sTHE- Then she got up and vomited then she went back to bed and slept good If yon are going west that the JLir KENTUCKY ROUTE St Louis Air Lino run for the remainder of the night She Louisville D got the croup the second night and I the finest trains in the world between Mississippi Valley Co Newport News CHICKEN gave her the same remedy with the Louisville and St Louis Trains SllOKT LINE TO same good results I write this because leaving at 810 a m daily equipped Washington Philadelphia Cholera Cure I thought there might be some one in with Pullman perfected safty steam Â¬ New York Baltimore the same need and not know the true heated day coaches parlor and din merits of this wonderful medicine ing cars Trains leaving Louisville Old Point and the Sea Shore Des at 915 p m equipped with day Charles A Thomptseen AND ALL EASTERN CITIES Moines Iowa 50 cent bottles for coaches and Pullman drawing room 8 lm sleepers sale by J W Gayle EXPREi S leaves LIMITED VESTIBULED Lexington eastwaid dally at C16 p in It r M If you wish comfort safty ai d it chester Mt Merlins Morebeud Ashintm quick time be sure and call for tick lettsburg Huntington Charleston HiUiitnil Tlie Fugitive ets via the Air Lino Any information Washington Philadelphia tw lotk Norfolk regarding maps rates etc will be and all Vltgluui springs nndSut fchou hoits Boston and all i astern cities Hake eointc Daily Standard says The promptly furnished by writing to The m tlon tit Winchester for Richmond K theatre going public of tho Eastern B L Bryant terniedlate points West hound train nirlvts at District evidently know a good thing p in 635 Trav Pass Agt when they see it as was evidenced 10 tf Louisville Ky VIRGINIA SlRlMiS EXPRESS leves eH s by tho enthusiastic applause which ton eastward dally at 710 a in for all lo a tui tions Makes dltect connection at lMnln on followed every dramatic effect pre- Â¬ SHILOHS CURE will immediately O plnts u 0 for Ry torall C nlthC sented last night in The Fugitive as relieve Croup Whooping Cough and Washington Baltimore Phlltultlpl id Nivr played at Procters Theatre and it is Bronchitis York Passengers nitty taken sIihh lit tt 1 C lugton for Old Point or Washington only fair to tho company to say that 28 For sale by J W Gayle t tin to White Sulihu Adit light tide the applause was well merited as a hlo for Parkerrburg and all local stat 01 River K It in it Columbus O and all p lits on better representation of Tom Cra Â¬ TOBACCO vens melodrama was never givon in LOUISVILLE Thou sands of dollars worth of Scioto Vullej R R arrUes at 900 n West bound train MARKET this city The play is too well known chickens die every year from Cholay FAST MAIL TRAINS dally ece t to require extended comment and era It is more fatal to chickens than front and to LouKnIIIo and till lotal ti tuie on long lease of public favor is a thor- Â¬ FURNISHED BY GLOVER DURRETT its L V S railroads all local Ma on all other diseases combined But the K 0 N and L all local N All M ns Ry and ough endorsement of its merits as a LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE t nay Lexington tastnard ltl discovery of a remedy that fositiveh letnes dramatic composition and the only t in ml improvement possible in it was in Sales on our market for tho week aires has been made and to be con- at 1140 apoints 3IakoL direct connection V 1 N Lett Sou on ton for and the lino of scenic eflects and several just closed amount to 2232 hhds with vinced of its efficacy only requires a O T P Ry K C Kj Cent R aim t v in stations ehcsier lor nil slight changes have been made in receipts for tho same period of 867 WeMPotiiid tialn arrlNCs at V2i0 p in this respect every one made having hhds Sales on our market since Jan Â¬ trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for ACIOMMODATIUN TRAINS for ill 0 one hundred chickens It is guarboon for tho hotter uary 1st amount to 131722 hhds anteed If after using two thirds of twcfil Ielntoti atal Olive Rill haw in ill except Mindiy at d Hy at eastwnd At tho Opera House Thursday evenPrices this week have ruled very bound connects at Wit villi K C firm and active on medium good and a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly East for Richmond Ky andcluster ing November 21st Ry Inti iniM It Natl fine grades of burley in sweet condi- Â¬ satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken tions Westward at Winchester lot C m all ml tion and it is also true that tho lower Cholera return it to the undersigned MajsUllu i ml with local stations on K n Louisville Soutln for at Lexington A full line of lingers trinplo nlntecl grades have shown more activity R LouM lilt and all local points on L S and your money will be refunded silverware nt M A SelberUs 233 St with a slight improvement in prices West bound t tain arrUes at 810 a it 8 51 but not enough to justify an advance Clair stroct CINCINNATI KST LINE leaves Itiliivtoil For Sale by east bound at 1103 pm dally tor al Inc i Mu in quotations The new crop has not ttons between Lexington and Mt M rl lu SHILOHS CATARRH REMEDY a presented itself on our market yet Solid train with elegant Reclining Cnili ur except by the representation of a few Mt Sterling to Cincinnati la Lexluuton Mrtct positive cure for Catarrh Diphtheria connection In Union Depot Cincinnati for all very common hogsheads and Canker Mouth trains East North and West 28 The following quotations fairly For sale by J W Gayle On Sunday Fast Line for Cincinnati arrives tit SOUTH SIDE DRUGGISTS Lexington at Jiv p in for all local Matloi s be- represent our market for burley tvveett Mt Sterling and Cincinnati via Lexing tobacco ton Returning Fast Train will stop at an ttu CANT SLEEP NIGHTS Trash dark or damaged 2 00 3 50 tlon on Hag to pick up or let off passengers tobacco West bound train arrives at 885 Uall except Is the complaint of thousands suffer Â¬ Oolory trash Sunday 8 00 CUSTOM 4 00 Consumption ing from ABthma 5 00 Common lugs not colory 3 50 For Time Tables Hates and any other Infor Coughs etc Did you ever try Dr Oolory lugs mation call on any Agent of the Company or 8 00 14 00 write Aokners English Remedy It is the Common leaf 9 00 7 00 DAVE FITTED UP A FIRST CLASS MILL 11 E HimiNOTON Moiisk SF B Pass Agent best preparation known for all Lung Medium to good leaf 9 00 16 00 WE the yards ottlio Frankfort Brick Company Ren ieneral Manager Troubles Sold on a positive guaran Â¬ Good to fine fillers CINCINNATI OHIO and will do custom grinding on Mondays and 25 00 16 00 Fridays Satisfaction guaranteed or ilve me a tee at 25o and 50o v Select or wrappery BUCKLEY STEPHENSON trial yfih Mohson TP A Cincinnati Ohio 9 J W Oaylb Druggist 83 00 26 00 WOT MI w a uahhuwn x r a Ainianu kj leaf 1 PI Queensware anil Fancy China Tea Set 56 Â¬ Dont AI hb JOEM V BUCKLEY 1 1 I Â¬ k J 1 1 1 1 1 Â¬ U 1 1 1 1 I Â¬ A-- Â¬ I I Â¬ G Â¬ 1 1 I I 1 Â¬ P H CARPENTER Â¬ GRINDING Â¬ x vstsm - tjHii AeAiijis kir AV aiwSh r ICRUTCHER ft - WE ARE Our stock of Custom and Home made Clothing is now ready and piled high on our counters and we invite the public to call and inspect the grandest and most complete stock of STARKS ARE YOU READY BOOTS SHOES Spp hplow what thp frrpni 57 CLOTHING HATS AND FURNISHINGS I rlnthino ami I Evpf on snip in Central Kentnckv Shoe House has to say about Prices MENS SUITS to 7 50 7 50 to 10 00 16 50 10 00 to 435 16 50 to 30 00 550 This is by far the largest and best line of suits we Our Mr Starks just back from New ever handled York where he closed many large stocks at about You should see these goods and one half price save yourselves big money 5 Mens Overcoats 00 Mens Shoes Shoes Childrens Shoes 35c to 2 50 1 500 Mens Suits 250 300 4 00 to So Mens Satinetts 210 Mens Ulsters 175 Mens Overcoats and Ulsters 120 160 Overcoats and Ulsters 328 Mens Fine Dress Overcoats 3 3 00 to 75 to 8 11 15 00 to 00 to 00 to 4 00 7 50 12 00 15 00 40 00 Boys Shoe a good one for 00 The Best 2 50 guaranteed boys whole stock calf Shoe in the market We show the best stock of these goods shown in this country and defy comparison Hats Caps In this line we know we have the greatest stock ever shown in this city WeJcarry DUNLAPS full line Soft Crush Hats 50c to 1 50 Fine Fur Hats soft broad brims 1 25 to 4 50 Texas Hat white beaver belly genuine only 4 50 Stiff Hats about 5000 of them I 25 to 5 00 Any style and price you want We have about 3000 Caps slightly damaged by fire and water that we are selling at 10c 15c 25c You should not fail to seethis 35c 50c and 75c Boys Suits Long Pants ana Overcoats 78 Boys Suits Long Pants 141 178 S mm soils 35 and overcoats go 85 1 1 Childrens Overcoats 67 83 61 175 2 50 3 50 75 2 00 up to 12 00 00 4 00 1 160 Childrens Suits 25 00 to 3 5 50 93 it it tt w It Boys Overcoats commence 1 50 1 3 00 4 00 5 00 up to 20 00 We have a grand stock of these goods and we never miss selling them 00 5 50 to 10 00 IO 00 tO 20 OO 75 2 00 2 50 3 75 to 1200 1000 Childrens Knee Pants 3 to 00 to 2 25 7 1 00 25 stock at 25 35 50 up to Half Price and Less BOOTS 15 BOOTS 0 75 to 1 Trunks 1 Trunks I Furnishing Goods 60 Doz Domet Over Shirts 35c 52 Doz Small check Outing Shirts very fine and strong and heavy at only 60c 30 Doz Splendid Mitts 25 c 10 Doz Fur Top Kid Gloves 75c 9 Doz Mountain Goat Gloves only 50c 20 Doz Fine Kid Gloves 75c 1 00 1 25 to 2 00 Splendid Linen Collars only 8jC Large Stock Suspenders 15c 20c 25c up to 1 50 70 Doz Splendid Canton Flannel Drawers 25c 35c 50c up to 75c 165 Doz Net Shirts and Drawers gray mixed or white for 50c 200 Doz Mens Fine Underwear ranging in price from 1 25 to 6 00 per suit Cases Childrens Boots 20 Cases Youths Boots 21 Cases Boys Boots 65 Cases Mens Heavy Boots Gibbs Allen Water proof Boots or money refunded 00 50 1 to 50 to 25 I 2 5 2 5 00 to 00 00 The largest and best line of Trunks ever shown by us on our 2d and 3d floor 1 00 guaranteed Bags Bags anyjquality or Ladies Shoes 250 pairs Ladies Calf Shoes lace and button the best money can buy cost you 1 25 to 2 00 500 pairs Ladies Kid Button Shoes from 1 25 to 1 Traveling Bags 50c to 20 00 grade you can possibly wish ROBES ROBES We have just receivedour second importation of Wolf and Black Bear Robes Prices 5 00 to 1850 Wool Robes 3 50 to 8 00 50 lb ii imr1 u fifa I 3000 pairs Ladies Fine Dongola Kid Shoes button any last you want C to F 2 00 to 6 00 All our finest Shoes run A to E Ml Vs I Foia xtli and Teffeicon i Crutcher Starks Opposite Oity FRANKFORT Wkkw LOUISVILLE Hall