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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w I fel yX 11 I i I vj r I I n Fbameort Roundabout A GEO A LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS KY NOVEMBER 22 1890 TERMS 100 En Advance mk is FM N Volume XIV Educational FRANKFORT ing up with water after each rain and asking that glass doors be placed in tho front part of the Opera House Referred to tho committee on hall Mr Milam moved that the deed to the old Johns lot be forfeited and accepted by the city in lieu of taxes due the city Adopted The accounts of tho officers of the registration were allowed The council adjourned to meet next Tuesday night Number 11 ULL FCAR LOADS Tho attention of Trustees teachers and all persons interested aro called to the following order passed by the Court of Claims at its late session and they will govern themselves J accordingly 41 This became necessary A S tT ln nmir wuviuiu lilts iroill iU Jiiuu uiiau iuna uuimivj nflloinla fjfc J have been imposed upon by parties T that were able to buy them school - Vbooke The intention of the law was y to supply indigent children only and Wfeu v m persons who aro not able to buy their wf-1 books The order reads as follows school books shall be 5jtfU ftifniaVinrl no nnv inrHirflnt filllld BXCODt That iv r fn v siipon the application in person of the father guardian or person in charge of said child presorting to the County Judge a written recommen- 7 dation by justice of the peace in the district in which said applicant re- sides asking that they bo furnished The school law see Sec 10 Art 9 requires the trustees to report the names of all such children to the County Superintendent and a list of all so reported is kept in a book prepareu ior tnac purpose in nis Sumlay Scliool Itlass Dleet CLEAR THE TRACK inj There will bo a mass meeting of tho Sunday schools of Frankfort and Franklin county held at tho Method Â¬ ist Church in Frankfort on Sunday Nov 30th 1890 at 230 p m Judge W H Sneed President of tho Franklin County Sunday school Union will preside All Sunday school officers teachers M HOLIDAY GOODS GHA1TD 0PE1OTG DECEMBER A rr COME Dr Hales Household Oint ment Â¬ V Is the finest cure in the world It absolutely cures catarrh It cures Cures neuralgia and rheumatism Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum in the most soothing manner Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Cures Coughs and Colds Can bo Cuts bruises taken internally burns chilblains sores of long stand Â¬ ing corns and bunions are cured quickly different from all else superior to all else it has no equal 25 and c boxes large size cheapest Sold aTTOhil Carpenters drug store South Â¬ scholars and friends are cordially in- Â¬ vited to attend Gospel Hymns com Â¬ bined will b used Bring them with you programme Hymn Long Meter Doxology Invocation Rev W G Neville Hymn Work for tho night is coming Sunday School Etiquette Rev H G Henderson Teachers Meeting Elder Geo Dar sie Address B T Farmer Hymn No 282 Relation of the young men to the Sunday School W H Parrent Address Dr U V Williams Hymn No 101 Address Rev W G Neville Hymn No 97 Hymn No 2 the RACKET STORE EARLYGET CHOICE BEFORE THE 4 ZEB HZ G D -- The meeting of the teachers at Excursion to tlie Dayton Tenn Laaicl Sale BrideeDort last Saturday was some what of a success that is the people of that place did their part well but For the grand sale of lots and lands those on the programme who were at Dayton Tenn December 3 4 and not present disarranged every thing 5 agents Queen and Crescent Route We cannot see why teachers who are will sell tickets to Dayton and Return making teaching a profession will not at low excursion rates good ten days take an interest in that which is for from date of sale Dayton is now a city of 5000 situated on the Queen their good Crescent Route in the beautiful Those on the programme who were Tennessee Valley surrounded by an present did their part nobly and de- inexhaustible supply of coal iron serve great credit for their work and timber Two furnaces are now The next meeting will bo held at in full blast and behind in orders the Walcutt school house district Two flour mills pump works planingÂ¬ Nb 37 and we hope to see a large mill brick works and other induscrowd of teachers present The date tries Ample accommodation at the is the 3d Saturday the 20th of Decem- Â¬ hotels for all who come Full partic- Â¬ ulars on application to agents Queen ber The following is the Â¬ office K OTS URE i i Is receiving daily his Fall Stock of Short talks to the children by volunteers Closing Hymn God be wich us till we meet again Benediction Music in charge of S C Bull L SHOES F Johnson Chn of Ex Com Thos Hunter Secy k HITS marvelous Endurance The vast amount of labor per-Â¬ formed by the heart in keeping all portions of tho body supplied with blood is not generally known It beats 100000 times and forces the blood at the rate of 16S miles n day Which is 3000000000 times and 5100 880 miles in a life time No wonder Tho first symptoms are shortness of breath when exercising pain in the ride or stomach fluttering choking in throat oppression then follow weak hungry or smothering spells wollen ankles etc Dr Franklin Miles Nbw Heart Cure is the only reliable remedy Sold by J W Gayle Frankfort Ky 1 i1 Mental Arithmetic H M Pols grove R S Dinkle and E R Jones Essay Theory and Practice Miss Luoy Pattie Percentage O H Parrent Miss Hannah Innes History H F Jordan R H Gra Â¬ n ham All aro invited and expected to take part in these discussions Opening Exercises PROGRAMME Crescent Route DO NOT SUFFER ANY LONGER Â¬ there are so many Heart Failurea County Superintendent got the croup I gave her a tea spoonful of Chamberlains Gough Remedy and in five minutes later I gave her one more By this time she had to cough up the gathering in her throat Then she went to sleep and slept good for fifteen minutes Then she got up and vomited then she went back to bed and slept good for the remainder of the night She got the croup the second night and I gave her the same remedy with the same good results Iwrite thisbecause I thought there might be some one in the same need and not know the true merits of this wonderful medicine Des Charles A Thomptseen Moines Iowa 50 cent bottles for 8 lm sale by J W Gayle An honest Swede tells his story in Tilain but unmistakable lamrnaee for One of the benefit of the public my children took a severe cola ana Knowing that a cough can be checked in a day and tho first stages of consumption broken in a week we hereby guarantee Dr Aokers En glish Cough Remedy and will refund the monejr to all who buy take it as per directions and do not find our statement correct 9 J W Gayle Druggist very best goods and having bought before the big advance in leather can for the present give our friends goods at the old prices Our re have a largre stock of the LeComptes Bottom Misses Lizzie Kavanaugh and Rosa McGauran attended the Teachers Association at Franklin Saturday A D Calvertvisitod the neighbor- Â¬ hood Sunday Married November 9th at the resi- Â¬ dence of the brides father Mr Reuben Waits of Shelby county to Miss Emma Kelly of Blossom Ridge ceremony by Rev P E Kavanaugh Married Nov 6th at the residence of the brides mother Mrs Martha Not Able to Walk I was confined to my bed for six months with Rheumatism not able to walk a step All the remedies usually prescribed for this disease having been employed to no effect I commenced taking S S S I have now taken 11 bottles of this excellent medicine and am on my feet attend Â¬ ing to all ray house work as of yore I feel that I cannot sufficiently ex- my thanks for the benefit I Sress received from the use of this medicine BUELL BOOTS 9 - Are the only real water proof boots Our n k RAILROAD BOX BOOTS Are extra Our Mrs M A Woodward OUR VERY BEST Confirm our statement when we say that Dr Ackers English Remedy is in every way superior to any and all other preparations for the Throat and Lungs In Whooping Cough and Croup it is magic and relieves at once We offer you a sample bottle free Remember this Remedy is sold on a positive guarantee 9 J W Gayle Druggist PIE PEC Council Proceedings ADJOURNED MEETING Present President Smith Couucil men Haly Buckley Milam Mangan and Williams Absent Councilmen Miles Thursday Nov 18890 to tt printer and Wakefield The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved Petition of Martha Hill asking a rebate on her taxes Granted Petition of Rev G F Bagby asking a rebate on taxes Granted A communication was received from W H Posey and judge Sneed stating that they had compiled all the ordinances of the city and tho recent acts of the Legislature in rela- Â¬ tion to the city and asking that a committee bo appointed to comparo same before thoy wore given to tho fe Tobin I have used S S S for Blood Diseases for several years and find it J Riner of Pleasureville all it is recommended to be I heart- Â¬ visited relatives here this week ily recommend it to any one needing Mr Kavanaugh has lost his fine a blood purifier purp Jumbo O B Troutman Drug Clerk Oakland City Ind Â¬ We are much obliged to our brothTreatise er for his solicitude on our account mailed freeon Blood and Skin Diseases and would inform him that Rip is all SWIFT SPECIFIC CO right and awfully busy but if he will Atlanta Ga just wait till hog killing is over spare- ribs put away sausage ground anu sous made he will discuss any thing DR ACKERS ENGLISH with Greenie from Flag Fork up and PILLS it is possible that he will make a pilgrimage to the said town to see Are active and pure For sick head- Â¬ about those strikes she has made ache disordered stomach loss of apÂ¬ lately Oh yes Rips awake petite bad complexion and billious Rip Van Winkle ness they have never been equaled either in America or abroad 9 J W Gayle Druggist Bakers Famous Headache Specific is absolutely the best Decide to use it It never fails Sold by Wickliffe All goods purchased at Selbcrts en Â¬ 1 Chapman 314 Main Btreet 8 5t graved free of charge For lame back side or chest use Shilohs Porous Plaster Price 25 SHILOHS VITALIZER is what you cents For sale by J W Gayle 27 need for Constipation Loss of Appe Â¬ tite Dizziness and all symptoms of Price 19 and 75 cents per Bronze and Scth Dyspepsia French Marble 27 8 ot bottle For sale by J W Gayle Thomas clocks at 31 A SolbertN Harrod to Luther Waits Our old deputy Barton and new deputy Yager were here this week straightening up the Sheriffs busi Â¬ ness Mrs T Webb City Mo He Prescribes It 250 MASTIH -- BOOT B EL O S HEADQUARTERS FOR- - Is w think best for the money in the country I n RrK McCLURE Buggy Bolies Horse GlotHmg Highest of all in Leavening Power V S Govt Report Aug vj 88 sportin mm i n i Mr Mangan moved that a commit- Â¬ tee bo appointed by tho chair and the city attorney bo added to such committee Adopted Tho chair appointed Messrs Milam and Haly and W O Horndon COn motion tho President of tho council was requested to net as ox member Petition of Manager Woitzol ask Â¬ ing that tho furnace pit at tho Opera House be fixed so as to stop its 1111- officio Rdfol Powder jm H k m Baking GUNS ORDERED AT WHOLESALE PRICES We handle nothing but STANDARD GOODS and our prices we guarantee our Stock Before i s ABSOLUTELY PURE C lyjin2 Examine Purchasing Elsewhere 1 - tfoA i- feM iajij 7JXMStii KHKHrV VVCV gss3 dS -- rf w iSSS5SL i I Wl lii FHsy4 ftjr il j ityv LSu ill V5SSJSSi rtSp xzm r v Hi iVwrtMr SSWSS uVuns 3 i 89 USi S51 SHSK1 -n r i- scss V - Itj1 f S- r fe - mt V Come and jick your toys and we will lay them aside for you Dont put off making your purÂ¬ chases until the crowd conies so that you cannot be waited on i A I yw SOWER m Â¬ AHLER List of Registered Voters m Personal Mies McHenry of Hartford is vis iting Mrs D II McHenry Miss Oordie Nutt of Versailles is Visiting friends in this city Mr Mot Parker is spending a few days with his sister in Paris Miss Gratz Brown of St Louis is visiting Miss Mary Mason Scptt Mr Tom Green of Louisville spent - KsS J II Si Common Pleas Court Hypochondria Melancholia In Taylbr has returned ebrlty Sleeplessness Dizzi Â¬ from a short visit to friends in Lex- Â¬ The Court of Common Pleas met ness Brain and Spinal ington on Monday with Judge Ira Julian Weakness and has continued in Mrs Wm Neill who has been on a presiding visit to her parents in Iowa returned session the balance of the week Tho upon home yesterday direct This medicine docket is an unusually full one and a the nerve centershas allayingactionirrita Â¬ all Miss dis- Â¬ Henrietta Blackburn of great deal of business has been bilities and increasing tho flow and power Spring Station visited Miss Margaret posed of of nerve fluid It is perfectly hannleW Dudley this week and leaves no unpleasant effects Miss Pattie Williams left yesterday Supper Our Pamnhlet for sufferers of norvoua dl- morning for a visit of several days to aoasoB will bo sent free to any address and M Louisville D friends in R modlcino W can also The ladies of the First Presbyterian poor01patientsirom us obtain tbis cuargo free remedy has boon prepared by tho Reverend Misses Sacstoeder and Brenner of Church will give a light supper This in the Pastor Kcenlg of Fort Wayne Ind for the past Louisville visited Miss Loulie Wiard SURGEON AND SPECIALIST of the church next Wednes Â¬ ton yoars and is now prepared under bis direc basement in this city last week day evening from six till ten No tion by tho And In charge of the Electrical and Surgical KOEtHO MEDICINE CO Rev George Darsie left Monday CHICAGO ILL Department of the Coffee Medical Institute night for a trip to Norfolk Virginia admission will be charged Supper SO Wirt lb lies cor Clintoa 8t Louisville Kyat the SOLD BY DRUGGISTS He returned last night consisting of sandwiches pickles Price 91 per Bottle 6 Bottles for f 5 Mrs John L Moore has returned coffee and c and ices and cake can CAPITAL HOTEL FRANKFORT home after a visit of several months be had for 25 cents The children of J W GAYLE Druggist Frankfort Ky to her children in Louisville the mission band will also offer fancy SATURDAY NOV 22 1 Day Mr M J Lewis returned Saturday articles suitable for Christmas pres- Â¬ afternoon from a visit 5f several ents for sale at the same time Returning every month during the year weeks to relatives in Louisville Dr Ilea has been connected with the largest hospitals In the country and has no superior In TVTisb TMnvfnfi PnRolrlinn nf Rrm diagnosing nnd treating diseases and deformi Will Vote 250000 ties He will give 50 for any case that lie can Ivy is the guest of her sister nence not tell tho disease and where located In live Mrs H G Henderson this week ii minutes Ho will return to Frankfort every four weeks this year On Monday Lexington will vote Miss Katie Murphy who has been Treats all Curable Medical and Surgical DisÂ¬ yisiting friends in Lexington for sev- upon tho proposition to authorize Chronic Catarrh eases Acute Diseases or the Eye Ear Nose Throat and eral weeks returned homo Thurs- Â¬ the City Council to vote 250000 to Lungs Dyspepsia Brlghts Disease DIu- day Detes Kiuneys iiver uiauuer indemnify the State for any loss it Chronic j emaie ana eex- Miss Belle Giltner returned Satur- Â¬ may sustain in removing the Capitol ua Diseases day afternoon from a visit of several to that city It is needless to say weeks to relatives in Lexington and Epilepsy or Fits Cvireol that the proposition will be carried Fayette county A Positi ve Mr T H Bradley and wife of no matter whether the people vote Georgetown are visiting Mrs Brad Â¬ for or against it as the gang wh o leys mother Mrs Lou Woods in now control that city have a way Young ana Miodle Aged Men this city peculiar to themselves of managing Suffering from Spermatorrhea and Impotency Mrs James Rodman Mrs R S elections and majorities are ground OPTO self abuse In youth or excess in Burnett and son Master Ward and out on their side every time So it is Both the method and results when as the result ofand other causes producing some muturer years Miss Emma Sutclifle went to Louisof the following etlects as emissions blotches an easy matter for Lexington to vote Syrup of Figs is Jaken it is pleasant debility nervousness dizziness confusion of ville yesterday morning to get the Capitol is and refreshing to the taste and acts Ideas aversion to society defectives memory and sexual exhaustion which unlit the victim for Misses Stella and Carrie Van the money but fently yet promptly on the Kidneys business or marriage are permanently cured by Arsdale of Harrodsburg are visiting another thing and Bowels cleanses the sys- remedies not injurious Miss Lizzio Hudson corner Wap tem effectually dispels colds head ping and Wilkerson streets For lame back there is nothing aches and fevers and cures habitual BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES Rev W G Splann of the Baptist bettor than to saturate a flannel cloth Syrup of Figs is the Sypnlllsand complications as sore Uliurcn anu itev ur j a Hender with Chamberlains Pain Balm and constipation throat fall son of the Methodist Church at bind it on the affected parts Try it only remedy of its kind ever pro- lug of hair pain in tlio bones eruptions etc using mercury Lagrange Ky and father of Rev H and you will be surprised at the duced pleasing to tho taste and ac are perfectly eradicated without other Injurious drugs G Henderson of this place were prompt relief it affords Tho same ceptable to the stomach prompt in orGonorrhoea Gleet Stricture and all Urinary guests of the latter last week treatment will cure rheumatism For its action and truly beneficial the Kidney Troubles are speedily cured uy treat in its anil that has never failed ment 8 lm sale by J W Gayle Â¬ effects prepared only from the most The following ladies and gentle He undertakes no incurable cases butcurcs i men from Paris and Bourbon county healthy and agreeable substances its thousands given up to die came down last Saturday and spent Many old soldiers who contracted many excellent qualities commend it the day in this city viz J W Wil- Â¬ chronic diarrhoea while in the ser- Â¬ to all and have mado it the most Date Remember son W H Clay wife and three chil- Â¬ vice have since been permanently popular remedy known dren H S Clay Misses Birdie Susie cured of it by Chamberlains Colic Remember the date and coino Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c rooms are always crowded wherever early as his and Annie Clay Mrs W P Wornall Cholera and Diarahcca Remedy For ho stops 8 lm Mrs Walter Buckner Miss Virginia sale by J W Gayle and SI bottles by all leading drug- Â¬ Â¬ Frazier O P Clay Mrs W S Buck CONSULTATION FREE gists Any reliable druggist who ner Mr Dan Turney Mrs R J Neo may not have it on hand will proCorrespondence sollcltedund confidential Ad A large stock of fine gold shirt studs ley Miss Ella Mitchell B C Allison Miss Fannie Shropshire and Jno W cur rings and jewelry of all kinds at M cure it promptly for any one who dress 8 5t wishes to try it A Sclberts 28 St Clair street i Do not accept any Coffee Allison Medical Institute substitute following teachers of the LexThe NO 520 FIFTH STREET ington Public Schools spent Saturday The best 12 cent ginghams at 7J CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO cents onn rtiAnuiwu UAL in tins city LOUISVILLE KY L0UI8VILLE Kt lQ 3t HEW YORK HYt Superintendent M A Cassidy J L Rodman Son June 28 1 city Miss Maggie j Â¬ Leave Tliem Out ville Mr George Turner of Bellepoint Our correspondents are requested has returned from a visit to Louis- Â¬ to leave advertisements of their ville oHlG neighbors business out of their Miss Henrietta Blackburn of Spring weekly letters as they will not be Station spent cue past week in this A KATUBAIi BEMEDY rOK inserted unless paid for at regular city Epileptic Fits Falling Sickness Hyster Â¬ Mr J Dexter Kehoe formerly of this rates ics St Titus Dance NeryouenesB city but now of Maysville is in the Sunday with J M VanDerveer Miss Jennie Robb of Duckers Sta- Â¬ tion is visiting Mrs Sam Gaines Miss Garnette McKay of Bards town is the guest of Miss Jo Duvall Mr Hiram Berry and wife were in Louisville several days this week Miss Lizzie Pickett left Tuesday for a visit to relatives in Paris and Mays Ladies and gents flue gold watches a Principal Jno R Graves Misses Follow the Rush Rowena Deering Ora Cravens Lena large stock at M A Sclberts tho St To Ed Harris stores where you can 8 5t Stivers Verena Davis Hanna Mattie Clair street jeweler buy the best goods for very little Pilcher Mary Alexander Virgie Crys 33 money Go and be convinced tal Ida Marrs Mattie Spraktt Belle Cloaks at Cost Â¬ Gunn Jessie Cohen Nannette Castillo Lizzie Barclay Florence Skin- Â¬ A large stock of new cloaks at cost The best dark calicoes at 5 cents ner Laura Cravens Etta Coons Liz- Â¬ We are overstocked 10 3t J L Rodman Son1zie Davis Charlotta Pilcher Ada 10 3t J L Rodman Son Beard Mrs C J Myers and her aaugnter Miss Juliet and Marion Duncan Cassidv Diamond ring diamond shirt studs diamond car rings a large stock at M A Selberts 288 St Clair street S 5t Crowded and Everybody Theory Knocked Out Satisfied and Many Praising Him The best indigo blue calico at G Col Ed 0 Went local weather cents observer has a theory that if it rains 0 3t J L Rodman Son on Monday it will rain two more days in that week but he was floored on it this week anyhow - Elections December 6th 1890 and January 1891 3 Adkins F M Aubrey Jose AlUn C V FIRST WARD Arnold P D Abrahams Jno E Allen Thos Berry Hiram Brown Bob No Urcwn Lucien Bennett C jr Brown Wm I HIS ROOMS Boyd M E Buckner Tom Butcher Morrison Betts Chas Baker James Boclair Oscor Brown Judah Brooks Moses Brown O B Browder S P Buckner Ctias Brewer James Buiey Luke Bridgeford W Butler Isaac Banta H G Bacon B R Black Louis Bnnta E L Vt tt B U K3 Blanklnship Bacon Berry Black Bates Bull H C G F W H Barrett D C Baker Wm Burk J L Beatty Albert Bohannon Jos L Buckner Bob Banta L B Buckins Eugene Brown Harlan Burbridge Ben George James Buckner James Bohannon Jno Butcher Moses Brawner Morgan Beatty John Buford Strother FD W Uku um Berry James Bailey Frank Barrett Guy Brown Robt No Bull S C Conway Alex Coleman Pat 2 Blayney Mc J Cluskey Booker Spencer Baker J II Baird Foster Brooks Marshall - Crutcber B II Corbett Pat Cabscll Jno H Cox Joe Chambers James Chiles James Church Richd Cole Lucien Crier Spencer Crittenden R J Compton Louis jr Culter Wm M Carpenter P H W B Compton L F Coke Collins Taylor Cull G S Cromie W J Choate E K Chinn Dr C B Coleman Milton Cromie Joe D Craig Geo T aW Culter Henry Canada Thornton Chiles Ed Collins C E h Chinn Frank Corbett Jno Carr llenry CorbettM L Daniel G W Dilger Al Duke George Dorsey Henry Duvall Dr A Davidson C E Drane Geo C Duke Chas Davidson S N Drane Geo K Caplinger Albert Culter Hardin Coke Jno D Cain J Andrew Compton Frank Cole Dick Caldwell George Duke W G Duvall Henry Drane E M Dean Jno Diiger A Dowling Richd Davis Louis Dunlap Jno Dunnigan II C Dawson Merit Â¬ Â¬ S ENJOYS Â¬ Ellison Geo Eubanks W T Egbert J F Emmet Guy N Exum C F Franklin Walter R Finney J F Farmer B T French W T Forbes Timothy rrench Wm Franklin W M Frazier Ed Fields Linjfcay Fincel C W Fined Ilfliry Fincel Jno Fincel George Fellmer E A Fortune S T Flynn Robt Frazier R A Furr C C Fields Ben Finncll Louis Garnet Jerry m Wi h Â¬ Â¬ urant Jno Glenn Glore Coins Canada Griffey Wm Jno E Â¬ Â¬ Glore Chas W Garrett Paul Graves Jno Ed Gordon Robt Groves Chris Graham J W Glore Thornton Gault W L Glore Glore Bob Bedford Green Wm Griflin Jno D Jack Â¬ the Louis Graves Jno Gatewood Â¬ Â¬ Gayle Geo V Graham Jno Gayle R H Gault H S Herring Sanford Hall Dr W II Harvey Josh Gray David Glore Major Glore Jno T Gordon Will II Gordon Fred Graves James Graham W L Green Warren Graham Ben Gault Jno W Gaines S M Gray F V v Gayle Clarence Glore Louis Gorman Jas Graham Jordan Gordon Cummins Goodwin W G Graham Wm Â¬ I J Hughes E J Handy Laugh Heeney Jas Continued on next page J rr fa fciiofcafck LLiJ v 1 - f rJ inHPQDWnMflm - iM1 i- - 3 lUJJIIKI 4 JACOBSWIGERTCO k 03ST ft r- u t NrazE Have Removed From the Baltzel Building insrsTTZR DMLA ZCfcT agents fl MILES Kentucky Central Railway JtSfKdrfm iSsS HWSH LuCluuHS rz 4- w iwL2 ZHJII BLUB QRASS ROUTE M CENTRALALLKENTUCKY TO POINTS NORTH EAST Shortestand Quickestroutefroin WEST AND SOUTHWEST FASTLINE BETWEEN STKEOBI1 TO h- H101 MD 102 HM STREETS nf the Capital Hotel fill tfcSSKK TIIE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ffigHPygSfl WlltS LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI MAY 11TH 1890 SCHEDULE IN EFFECT South Bound No a ExSun No4 Daily No 6 Ex Sun No 11 Sunday only Accom bet Cln A Lex mrgetswn to Lve Cincinnati LveUovinuton Falmouth S5They will short time this space with an entirely new advertisement in boohdab QDT suppiemeii t VOL XIV if KY NUMBER NOV 22 1890 n FRANKFORT The Kentucky midland Â¬ w A fc New York capitalists have been negotiating towards going in with the Kentucky Midland ana completing it to the mountains but the finan- Â¬ cial crisis came on in New York and delayed a consummation for a while Baptist Church the sermon being They had experts to examine the preached by Rev Mr Gaddy of the road and were greatly pleased with Green Street Church Louisville Mr OLD KENTUCKY RO its construction Johnson leaves a family consisting of Newport News A Mississippi Valley Co a wile ana ten children to mourn his SHORT LINE TO loss who have the sympathy of our Mill whole community Washington Philadelphia called here to attend the funeral of Time 26 Hours Through Sleepers without change The Short his father Mr M C Johnson between Cincinnati Miss Maggie Taylor is reported line Lexinoton Kt and Time 2tL Hours 12 quite ill at her residence on Wash- Â¬ Knoxville Tknn 17 ashevillk n c ington street 11 Chattanoooa Tenn The writer is called upon to per-Â¬ 15 Gi Atlanta BlKMINlUlAM ALA form a painful duty this week in an- Â¬ 1G Direct Connections ut New Orleansund Shreve nouncing the death of Mr Madison port for Texan Mexico anil California C Johnson which occurred at his Leave Frankfort via Kentucky Midland Railway residence on Monday after an illness via Georgetown 515 a in nrrlveCinclnnatl 1026 a m Quicker than any other line of about three months Mr Johnson All trains arrive ut depart from Central Union was one of our leading citizens was Depot Cincinnati always foremost in the interest of his or Rates Maps Ac address FRANK W WOOLLEY race and was especially devoted to Traveling Pass Agt the educational advantages offered Lexington Ky our youths being one of the first C C HARVEY D G EDWARDS G P A T A Vlce Pres CINCINNATI O members of the Advisory School Board His funeral took place Wed nesday from the First Independent THE- - Cynthiana 11 10am Arr Paris Lexington 12lpm a Entire Tralni Baggage Car Day Coaches 11 20am Lve Paris Sleepers run through without change THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST Arr Winchester 1205pm 1 35pm Richmond Ala Lancaster 4 55pm Georgetown to Jacksonville 5 30pm Stanford Time 25 Hours 8 8 U Ham 0 10 87uiii 10 8 18am 8 10am 00pm 2 S5pm 8 00am 2 4 5 pin 8 18am 17pm 4 08pm 1000am 5 07pm KMIIiin OOpin 1023pm SllpiuiiilCam 10 55pm C3Upmioo m 545pm G Jiipin 7 30piu OUpui Lve Richmond 1 ArrBerea Livingston North Bound 55pm 3 05pm 5 20PU1 No 13 Accom No 3 Sunday No 5 No 1 Dally only Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun Lex bet A Cln TE E D Lve Livincston 800ain s Herea 1025am f Arr Richmond 1145am Lve Stanford 7 00am Lancaster 7 45am Arr Richmond 10 00am Lve Richmond 1 03 pm 0 10am Arr Winchester 1 54pm 7 15am 2 33pm 7 4fam Paris 200pm 7 ooa mi 845nm Lve Lexington 2 45pm1 8S3am 4 21pm Paris Uynthfana a Iftpm 823am 4 44pm 4 02pm 9 13am l 5 2Gpm Falmouth 5 35pm 10 3nm fisopin Arr Covington Arr Cincinnati f 45pm 10 45am G88pm m 2 40pm 3 2lrm 3 4 mn 4 0 23 mi 5 35pm 35uu i MAYSVILLE BRANCH N- No Haydans North Bound Lve Cincinnati Lve Covington Lve Lexington Lve Pari Dailv Ex Sun Ex Sun 2 35 pm 2 43 p m 4 51 p m 5 45 p m Daily ii it l w N 54 5i 6 Weather cloudy and disagreeable We wonder what has become of G Graves that he dont make his regu- Â¬ lar visit to Six Mile every Saturday evening Miss Mary Skelton was the guest of her cousin T D Beckley Friday night Dudley Beckley is able to be out again after a long spell of sickness We hope that he will enjoy good health in the future Henry Skelton lost his fine mare from lung fever Monday Mr P O Skelton and son Henry visited friends and relatives in Shel byville Of all the meal made or sold in this community W B Haydans is the best without a doubt J B Ellis and wife of Bagdad vis- Â¬ ited this community Saturday Tom Skelton and family visited his parents Saturday and Sunday Mrs Bertie Graves returned home Friday morning after a delightful visit to her father D W Beckley Caps topes and hoods are all the go with the girls now A L Beckley visited J S Beckley of Bagdad Saturday night Miss Mary Skelton visited John Beckley Monday Rev W F Jordan will begin a se- Â¬ of meetings at Indian Fork Church the second Saturday in De- Â¬ cember We hope that he will call Rev C H Riley to assist him Miss Mary Skelton was the guest of Miss Mary Bright Wednesday night Six Mile Gal ries Among tlic Colored Citi zens Â¬ m The colored voters hold a meeting Thursday night and effected an or- Â¬ ganization for the coming campaign They will have a rally next Tuesday evening at Robinson Hall on Broad E M AND ARCTIC way which will bo addressed by quite a number of local speakers E A PKNICK Time of meeting 8 oclock W S FARMER Mr M H Vaughn of Shelby ville ECCK IT V WILLIAMS The Best in the World was in the city thiB week BS HUGHES A W OVERTON Mr Joseph Warron formerly of Use no Other I this city but now of Chicago is in STATE OF KENTUOKV FARM county of Fuanklin f SLi SHELBY the city I N U Smith Clerk of the County Court for Wo regret to announce the death the County and State aforesaid do ccrtlly that HAVE FOR FIGURK the of Mr Henry Crampton which oc- Â¬ the foregoing Articles ot Incorporation of this 1T7Ethe MarksburySALE AT A LOW 120 acres CUSTOM GRINDING Kentucky Military YV Farm containing curred at his home in Indianapolis 2bth day ot OctoberInstitute Comnuiivwusmi said llng on tho road from Bagdad toChrlstlausbiirg 1890 produced to me lu berore me by Fayette one and a iiuarter miles from Bagdad Over 100 Wednesday Mr Crampton was for county anu AacknowledgedW S Hewitt E plenty of Penlck lu blue ami a long time one of Frankforts most liams I S Hughes and A Farmer U V toWil- acres orchard grasslocust clover and good water grove W 0erton house WE HAVE FITTED UP A FIRST CLASS MILL flue bo colored men and his fam Â¬ thelractand deed whereupon tuesnnie together good respected on the yards of the Fraukfort Brick Company of eight rooms upon the place and well of splen and will do ustoin grinding on Mondays and ily havo tho sympathy of a host of with this certllleate have been duly recorded lu did water at the door my olllce to Fridays Satisfaction guaranteed Give me a For terms apply friends in thoir ailliction Given under my hand this 28th day of October BUCKLEY A STEPHENSON SCOTT A VIOLETT trial Mr Lemuel Johnson is in the city 1890 N H SMITH 0 F C C Nov 8 tf Fraukfort Ky Â¬ 53 a m 10 a m G 12 p m Arr Millersburg 43 a m 6 36pm AND ALL EASTERN CITIES Arr Carlisle 34 a m 7 3Cpm Arr Johnson Kentucky Military Institute Company 10 15 a m 8 05 p m LIMITED VESTIBULED EXPRESS leaves Arr Maysville Lexington eastward dally at 615 p m for Win- Â¬ No 10 No 12 chester Mt Sterling Moreiiead Ashland Cat Daily Daily South Bound The undersigned Fayette Hewttt Ben S lettsburg Huntington Charleston Richmond Ex Sun Ex Sun Hughes W S Farmer A W Overton L B Mc Washington Philadelphia New York Brajer E A Penlck and U V Williams and Norfolk Virginia springs and Sea Shore resorts and all Lve Maysville 5 20 a m 1 35 p in tlielr associates do hereby associate them- Boston and all Eastern cities Makes connec 5 57 a m 232 pm selves together under the provisions ot tion at Winchester for Richmond Ky and In Lve Johnson fi 49 a in Carlisle 3 23 pro chapter 56 or the General Statutes of Kentucky termediate points West bound tralnarrhes at Lve Millersburg 7 15 a m 3 47 p m Lve and form a corpora Ion with power to contract sy 25 p m 7 40 a m 4 15 pm Paris Arr and be contracted with to sue and be sued to ac VIRGINIA SPRINGS EXPRESS leaves Lexing Arr Lexington 8 35 a m nsopm milrn fimt linlil Tv uiirnliutt np rithuriifcn rnJ 10 35 a m 7 80 p m anil personal estate anil to manage control ton eastward dally at 710 a m for all local sta- Arr Covington 10 45 a in 6 S3 p in rent out to sell and convey the same or any part tions Makes direct connection at Huntington Arr Cincinnati O points and for Ry for all C thereof and with all the other powers ghen by wlthC A Nos I3nnd 14 Run Sundays only ard make Washington Baltimore Philadelphia and New law to such corporations stops The name of the corporation shall be Ken- York Passengers may take a sleeper ut Hunt allNo 1 Runs dally from Lexington to Cincintucky Military Institute Company Its princi- Â¬ ington lor Old Point or Washington D C A daylight ride to White Sulphur This train nati 43 pal place ot transacting business shall be In Leaves Lexington 1000 a m Arrives No for Parkersburg and all local stations on Ohio Franklin county Kentucky 1045 a m The general nature of the business proposed River R R mil Columbus O and all points on Paris 8 Leaves Except Sunday p m No Cincinnati 510 Arrives to be transacted by It Is the purchasing and con Scioto Valley R R Falmouth 710 p m Except Sunday Westbound train arrives at 900 p in trolling the Kentucky Military Institute properTrains Nos 7 and 8 of the K C Falmouth ty for the purpose of securing and having con FAST MAIL TRAINS dally except Sunday Accommodation now leave and arrive at the new ducted thereat a first class Institution of learn from and to LouNvllle and all local stations on Fourth street depot Cincinnati between John ing L A N and L S railroads all local stations on and Smith streets Beginning July 1 trains Nos The amount of capital stock authorized Is KC Ry and all local N AM V stations 1 and 0 the Lexington Accommodation will also 15000 fifteen thousand dollars which may be leaves Lexington eastward dally except Sunday depot Increased to not exceeding 25001 on a vote of at 1140 a in Make direct connection at Lexlug use same NOTES No 3 runs dally between two thirds of the stockholders at stockholders ton for points on L A N Lou Sou RyC N TRAIN Lexington and Cincinnati No 4 runs dally meeting held for that purpose divided Into O A T P Ry and Ky Cent Ry and at Winbetween Cincinnati and Lexington shares of fifty dollars each to be subscribed and chester for all K C stations Nos 2 and 6 make connections at Winchester paid for at such times and In such manner as tlie West bound train arrives at 1240 p in for points on the N N A M V Rv by laws or board of directors may prescribe and Trains of this line nnwarrheat TRAINS for all points be IMPORTANT ACCOMMODATION such shares of stock shall also be tranrferablo anddepart from the Central Union Passenger In Mich manner as the bj laus shall provide and tween Lexington and OlUe Hill leaw Lexington Station Cincinnati making connec Â¬ dilly except Sunday at 535 p in when the sum ot live tliuusiuul dollars shall turn eastwaul tion tor all points North been subscribed the Incorporators nny proceed East bound connects at Wli Chester with K C East anil West Ry for Richmond Ky and Intermediate sta to meet and organize as hereinafter directed Through Tickets sold and Baggage checked to The time of commencement of the corporation tions Westward at Winchester for Cincinnati any point reached by a railroad mid all local stations on K C Ry and Is October 28th 1890 and It will ter uluate on Oc Â¬ Masvlllo For full particulars address or call on any at Lexington with Louisville Southern R R for tober 2ath 1115 agent ot the eompai y or The atlalrs ot the corporation are to be con Â¬ Louisville and all local points ou L S R R W L MUNSON S F B MORSE West bound train arrives at 810 a in ducted by a board of seiei directors one of Genl PassrAgt Trav Passr Agt whom shall be by such board elected Its presi CINCINNATI FAST LINE Ieaes Lexington CINCINNATI O Cincinnati O dent The tir t hoard of directors will consist of ent bouml at 1105 pm dally tor all local sta H EHUNTINGTON Vlce Pres A Gen Manager the Incorporators named with Fiette Hewitt as tions between Lexington and Mt Sterling GENERAL OFFICES their president and they will serve as such until Solid train with elegant Reclining Chair Car the next annual election of directors Annual Mt Sterling to Cincinnati via Lexington Direct Chamber of Commerce Building Cincinnati O Â¬ NOTE We now have double dally train serelections of directors shall bo held by the stock Â¬ connection lu Union Depot Cincinnati for all vice on Sundays both ways between Cincinnati holders on tno first Wednesday In November trains East North and West 1891 and each succeeding year thereafter or un- Â¬ On Sundays Fast Line for Cincinnati arrives at and Lexington til their successors are elected and qualified Lexington at 23 p in for all local stations be The directors shall have power to pass and en- tween Mt Sterling and Cincinnati via Lexingby laws rules and regulations necessary ton Returning Fast Train will stop at any sta act all and may alter the same at their pleasure and tion on flag to pick up or let otf passengers they may elect such other otlleers and appoint West bound train arrives at 335 dully except such agents as they may deem necessary for the Sunday management of the business of the corporation For Time Tables Kates mid any other Infor- Â¬ The highest amount ot Indebtedness or liability to which the corporation Is at any time to sub mation call ou any Agent ot the Company or JectltseU is two thirds of Its authorized capital write H K Huntinoton S F R Mouse stock Gen Pass Agent General Manager The private property of stockholders Is to be CINCINNATI OHIO exempt trom the corporate debts or In testimony whereof the said Incorporators hereto attlx their signatures this 26th day of Oc- W L Munson T P A Cincinnati Ohio W S Hahiison T P A Ashland Ky 1890 tober FAYETTE HEWITT Articles of Incorporation ot Baltimore New York Old Point and the Sea Shore 7 7 8 8 9 00 a m Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Pliles Sons Â¬ FLOUR Â¬ J SXjZE 00 Â¬ Â¬ V Nov-l-3i- n 4 ffefe wu4m Jfrfc ffifrfflT jftftHifitirr -- - iJHihftr dtuMWt JftjW J m WU ET t EJ rt s VI x ih m k h a - E1 n m Y i A V Tfl itll t jfraiH TO n t mmmsPjim y wwnw Hinton Alcxaiulcr Haydon Tno Huhbell D J Hicattc I L Hays Jno Harvey Bnil Hayden Jas F Ilucklc Harvey Hepperd Taylor Hnuschilris Felix Holmes Jas Howarl Chas Hughes J W Hampton Ben Herntlon W C IIine Thos H Hyde II J Hicattu Estin Huffman Geo Wright Jno P Wade Walker Wheat Geo H Washinglon Wilson Weitzel R B M Louis Williams E J B Hardin J C Hubbell Joe Humphries Thos Harpold Rilev Hines E Weitzel Geo B Geo Whitehous Washington Ben Williams J Price Wilton Jno Wright Hub L Williams Marion Yeager J M Ward Wallace Watson R T Wright W L Williams M II Wells Elijah KeemonChas Kellar Chas Kirtley A J Knight Peter Lightbtirn Rial Lucas T Kecnon R Kirtley J E Knor Frank Letcher Henry Kerhaw J E hos P jr Hnbbell Harrod Holeman Geo W A Y Jno S Jno S HARROD Clttk kr f Johnson Jno V Johnson Kelly Johnson Ben Jett W L Johnston G L Johnson Jas L Jennings Nathan Jones Americus Johnson L F Johnson Henry Johnson Stape James C E Jones Jno L Johnson Jno Will Jeffries W H Lillls Pu Lyons Louis Lewis F E Lone Isaac Luckett G T Long W II Lillis Jno J Laughford Randall Luckett Wm Lane Edward Lusclier Sig Lynch Ed Long J II Lyons Robt luscher Otto 15 Willis Ed Welch Jas Washington Geo Ward Patrick Williams Jno B Weitzel Lucas Wilson Henry Warren L B Williams B G Williams Harry Weitzel Jno Wilder Geo W Williamson E L Woods G M Kendall Kratzel C I L Knight Thos Kincade Thos Lawon Anthony Lindsey Jno B Loomis Ed Lindsey W T Knight Tom Kelly Chas Kirk W II Logan Willis Wngioner William A B M D Letcher Geo Lamb Thus Luscher Sam Louis Orlando Lane Jas Lawrence W J Lewis Chastinc Lowrey Alex Long Jas No 2 Lyons Arthur Long L B Lamson W F 0 Young Lewis Young William C Yeagel Geo G T CHURCH Cltrk Lutkcmcier W Lee Ross Lynch Dan Zcer Michael Lumpkins John Long Jas No Lambert Joe I Junes Marcus A Jackson Andrew Johnson Sam Jett Peter Walter Kavanaugh Frank Kcrnen J C Kavanaugh H H Kleber Jno Kesbler SECOND WARD Ahler Peter Allen Robt Ahler Jacob Abler Henry J Allen Sanford Alt Casper Abbott J L Aubrey J r Alcorn Thos Allison Jesse Anderson Richard Anderson Wm Allen Jno Buckner Ford Thos L Brook Banks Eugene Brislan Jerry Butler Jno Bell Peter Brown Henry Brislan Buffin Deck Chns McCurdy Sam Morris Oscar Meagher M J Mundy Aba Merna WJ M inter P M Blackley Brown BrMan Bledsoe Brown Booker G Ben T A C i Keys F W Kennedy Frank Kermin frank Kersey Chas E Kibby James Lewis Geo A Lowery Chas Lindsey D W Baxter Jno Jno J Henry Chas Long Jack Lane L C Larkin Jas T LeCompte M Larkin Wm Lewis G W Morgan F M Marshall Ben Mosby Spencer Miller W P Moore Frank Meagher Jno Malone Jas McEwan Wm Mosby Chas Morris A G Murray H C Mukes Jno Morris J W McEwan G II TJ Richard A Bulger Jno Bell Thos Baffin T F Buckley M Lee Henry Lindsey Henry F Ledrige James Morris Geo Morrison B F Moyers Jas D Miller Geo W Merchant T P Mann Jessie Mastin J C McCann R Martin Pres Morgan W B McCoy Harry McGill Jas S McRery R W McCloy Wm Morris W O Monda Ike Morten Lucien Mastin G II Jlitchell Geo Nelson C A J Butcher Wm Busam M Bush Wm Burns Tom Merchant Elisha Miles J N Merchant Hugh W Merchant C W Burns Flem Ballew W T Burns Alex Blackburn Wash Bcrryman Henry Bercaw C D Burbridge Warren Burgin Harnian Brislan Jerry jr Buckley Jno T Burley Richard Berbridge Dee Berry Innes Baker Dudley Brown J M Baker R B Mangan Lewis Mathews Jas Morehead Henry McDonald Jno Meagher Dan McDonald Pat Mitchell Geo W Mandcville Y U Madison Meritt Miller Alonzo Morris Geo McCowan Henry Marshall J W Miner Henry McAuliffe J imcs Mandlehr Wm Monroe Tom McCowan Sam Moore Jesse Milton Dan S Mukes Louis Miller Essex Moore J M Madison Con Maxey Jno Molin Hector Meriwether Abe Milam Jno W Mooney Geo McDonald Pat jr Madison Ben Siangan Jno Miles S I Morten Tom McKay Henry Montjoj Geo Mangan Y D McAuliffe Con jr Meagher E L Myers E C Morris Richard Miller Fred THIRD WARD Abrams Mack Agee Robt Averill T P Allen page Armstrong Wm Brawner H K Bowman Chas Baker Geo Berry Flourney Briscoe Geo Bryant Wm Rerberich V Arvin Wm Agee David Averill W H Archdeacon John Armstrong Alex Louis Ed Louis L C Lewis Chas Lewis Granville Lane Jno Lawson A Linn Chas Louis Jno Lowrey Gran MacAnnally Wm Mead Win Murray Thos Martin Walter Martin Geo Morton James Moody Joseph Martin Sandy McClure R K Milam B C Miller Vol McCubbens Jas Marshall Jno Moore Nickolas Moore Sol Miller Jas Murray Julius Miller Geo Miller Coi Mays Ben Mordecai Chas Minyard Wm Nicol G W Nixon Lee Gorman Ed Norman Geo Nicol Wat Lane Wm Long J S 11 Briley H N Butler Jas Boucher Jas N Bush Wm Bryant Andrew Brady Horace Booker Moses Buckner Jas Booker Isaac Burbridge Clarence Banks Len Black Jno Bridgeford C M Beecham Wm Black R T Blades Geo Beiry Wm Berry Thos Buxton L Burckhardt Joe Barrett Mike Bell W II Chinn W Martin Robt Maxey Crutcher Martin Ed Mordecai Harry Moore Geo II t V McCanr Jno McClure A H Moblcy Modoc McCarty Con Mosby Jno Morgan Jno McEwan Harry Marshall Walter Moore Chas McKee Chas Morse F H Minter Louis i Brown Jacob Burns Wm Beiry Alex Bland C H Bush G W Cook Chas Collins Sam Connelly E D Banta Jno Mitchell M T Murphy Dick Newman P H Newman Tom Newman Tom Newman Nelson Wm Motherhead Garrett Noonan Nelson C E Chambers Wash Clay Cash Clark Orlando J Crittenden F Chilson A Cox Steve Chinn W J R Murphy Dennis McGuire Wm Mann Frank MacAnally C H Nicol J W Nickles Wm Clark Jno W DJ Henry Nickles Fred Nickles M Mattem II G McEwan J W Cuucher O R Coleman L L Congleton Wm Noonan J P Norman Bart Norwood Joe Neal W II NicoN Chas Norman Floyd Newman P Noecker Anthony Owens Dan Offutt W II ODonnell Wm Callaghan J M Collins M A Montgomery Z J Mayhall Thos J McLean J G Massie Kubt Coombs Robt Coombs Bias Centers Louis Coleman Ed Callaghan Ed Cook Win Church G T Martin Pres jr Marshall Jno M Miller Edmund Norman Bamett Newton Chas North O T Newman Dan Noland Walker Cunningham Richd Cunningham R L Chatman Jno Craig Jno Carter Jno Chambers Chas Claassen Ed Clark L T Coombs Richard Cummins Ed Craig Lewis D B OCon or Jno ODonnell Jas Owens Robt Oliver Oscar ONeal Chas Phythian Mack Price Willis Pryor Chas Parker Andy Power E Price Harrison Parks W D Parker MoP OConnor Jno Pollard Samuel Parker E J Powell Jno Parker Jno W Parrent Robt Payne II C Payne Geo L Parker Mason Parker Joe D Coleman Ben Cook R J Chiles Will Coleman Jas Case J M Carter Chas Cohen Lee H Collins P M Coleman Louis Steve jr Co Cowen Reuben Canada Wm Collins Geo Dean Davis Davis Dean Davis Davis Clark Jno Conway Jno jr Clark Mose Cady W S Churchill Ben Carroll Tom Candy Robert Cox Jake Coovert W M Chumaid Geo Clay Ja- - B Norrell Jas Nolan Jas B Crittenden Jno Chiles Russell J ODonrell H Owens C P Phillips E Pendleton A Owens Frank OConnor Moses Price Petty Will Wm Jas Robt Wm E Wm Ohas Chinn G W Craig Ed Calmes Mark Chambers Jno Carroll Ben Caldwell Ben Squiie Darnell jas Dean Alex Monroe Dupee Wm Davis Chas Newman II Newman Thos Nicol David Overton A W Crutcher Gloster Clntman Arch Coombs Henry Cowmey J P Calvin Thos Chapman WIckliffe Cannon r C Craik Wm Callaghan Dan Chiles Fielding Calmes Vincent Chuich N D W S Daily J W Desmond C E Dennison Andy Demar Tom Donley John Driscol John Doty D W Dodson Len Daum George Dorn Max Dehoney Dougherty Jas Crutcher Cannon Jno Collins J i Crowley M C Oliver C E Osborne Isaac Powell f Oak n II Payne Chas G Posey W II Payne Jno W Parrent Sam A Peay Parker Polke Jno Poore T G Pifer D Henry Proehl C F Roberts Wm Rodman Harry Roberts H H Rodman Jos L Rodman G R Rosby Jno Russell C G Richardson N F Reib Jno H Robinson Jerry Rule P S Rusell Henry Pittman Silas Price Dr J L Price N B Phelps Z J Penn Henry Phillips R II Parsons R R Callaghan Chambers Campbell Chambers J B Colby Edward Chas Phelus Dick Page Louis Pittman Dennis Pullum Ed Posten George Patterson Reuben JFeters D A Parrant Crawford Parker Prince Parker Mike Pearce Andrew Quinn Ross Den Dean Darling Robt Davis I Dean Newton Duncan Thos Dorey George Jno Dan Quarles Nat Ray B K Robinson Wm Ryan M Pilkington A Pomerung Herman Peterson J J Jno W Rodman J L Jr Rodman Rcock DudleyW J Denny Abe Daily T G Downing Jerry Dandridge W F Denny Jake Dudley Bush Dehonev R W Fred Demenerer Dent Louis Evans P S Elzy Chas Rennick Noah Reasor Geo Rogers J C Reading Coleman Ben D O jtoowland Cliff Robinson Robinson Schweers Joseph Shelby James G C Russell Bud Rogers J W Rohr Jacob Reis Jno J Diugherty Robt K Geo Rucker Geo Richardson Dudley Roberts F H Richie G W Richardson Magoffin Reading W T Robinson Berney Robinson I D Rodman James Michael Strobridge Wm Sargent Sam Scruggs Caleb Sullivan Smith Dow Davis Theo Dean Jno Delph Wilford Ellis Cash Ecton Jno Dean Milton Dean Newton Davis Jeff Davis Sidney Davis Cad Dean Bob Dudley Jas Dean Ben Dean Din Dorsey Jnor Dean Win son Dangerfiehl J Dryden J B Dudley J G Daily Thos J Dean Grant Dean Jas Dodson Homer Dehoney Jno M Dudley Henderson Dunn Jno Henry Penn Josiah Patterson Frank Peevler Luke Prutet Jno W Peevler Wm Poynter R Pepper R P Page Wick Pleasant Bland Patterson Abe Preston Henry Pattie J H Parker Tom Phelp Jno Poynter J S Quinn Peevler Dave Phillips Geo Polsgrove O B Prjor Flem Procter Henry Pickett D W Pittman Ed Poston Frank Peevler 1 hos Penn Dan Preston Gran Peters Wm Pcynter J F Phelps Ambrose Quinley J J J H Eljv Dr Jas Etiis Edward Ferguson Richd Finn Thos Fulis P A Ferguson Henry Foley M J Flynn Jno W Evans Ewing Nelson Eeihait Jas E E Ridley Joe Rodman Jno Rodman T B Rodman Thos Rogers T P Russell Green Rost Henry Dcebbler M Louis A Bvans R jr Ellwanger Henry Ellwanger Chas Egbert Clarence Freeman Jas Foote Vol Emnierson W P Emmerson O G Fields Jno Fletcher Frank Finnell Amos Fields Geo Shinkle Showalter J Sawyier N J Stone T F Stone Jno B Falkner Samuel Flynn W T Ford Thos Foree Jno H Freemont Jno Fuhs Stephen Falkner Henry Ford Bob Griffy Griffin Rodman Hugh Reed Je se Rosson Willie Riley Jerry Rodman Jas Rake Norton Rosson Frank Richardson Sam Richie Richard Robinson Henry Rody Pat jr Robinson Geo Smith J F Slaughter Henry Rennick Ale Reed Jno Rice Anderson Rosson Rice Rosson Chas Rody Pat sr Rody Jno Robinson Geo Rogers Jno R Romes Fred Ringold Henry Reed Henry Steele R C Smith Tom St Clair Orlando C Stephenson Milton Scofield F M Smiley Still Slaughter Ed Saffell W S Smith Featherston Chas Ford Eli Foy Ben Stephens Jno Smith Thos Stepp Dennis Sargent G H Sneed W H Stewart Henry Stoll Chas C Stephens Robt Stone Bowman kSpaulding Jerry Shaw J W Smith Tab Smith Bob Smith Geo Saml R Foree Jno W Firestone B F Fenwick R W Green Fosser Chas Frazier B II Foree J M Gossit Griffin Green Gaines Sage J Sayre B F Shaw G C Sower Peter Sanders Sam Stiger Fred Salyers J E Schweers J O Smith Jno Sullivan Jas Samuels Henry Scruggs Henry Smith Wm Smith P F Scheitinger Dan Swigert Joe Simmons Bob Smith Lloyd Scearce L G Spencer B F Swigert Jake Stephens Adam K Stephens Egbert Saffell W M Salender Geo 0 Suter Jesse Stanley Frank Salender Geo jr Showalter WB Stanton I1 T Simpson Pat Stephens Mat Stevenson Eli Scottow W J Smith Savard joe Francis X Tanner Thos Taylor Reuben Taylor E H Truehart Wm Thomas Austin Taylor Annauias Thomas Jno H Thomas Jno jr Taylor Kenner Thomson Wingate Thompson G F Thomson Geo B Tracey John Taylor Edmund W Taylor E H jr Utterback J B Uttcrback W K Vogler C W Vcrd Clark Vanmeter D A Tobin Richd Turner Geo Tantier W L Thomas Gus Todd Jno R Thomason Z T Taylor J Swigert Thomson Horace Toombs W K Told J II Taylor Ben Todd Thomas R Thompson Frank Tilford Julian Turner T M Uttcrback Ben Henry Vorhies W L Vest Gum Abe Gray M P Gibbons James Graves Linch Griffin W P Graves Wash Grcsham C R Goins James Gordon Fulton Geizer Gotleib Gaines W II Grissom Louis George W B Griffin Andrew Gider Pat Will Warren Andy Milton A Q Shay jno E Samuels Tobe Stephens Chas Sutton Geo Smith S F Shelly Thos Shelton Jno Staten J T Sanders Alex Sower Jas Glanton Jno Gaines Churchill Goode Byron Gaines W T Griffin Dennis sr Gonlan Walter Goins Jno Grant J A Goins Phil Samuels Jerry South Sam Snow Chas Shannon Hiram Simpson Bisil Smith Nicholas Shelton Banks Steffie Nick Shannon Chas Smith C Stanley James Scott Jas H Streets William Stewart Bob Smith Ed St Clair Horace J W Scott Preston Smith G F Sneed Scruggs Russell Green H W Greenup T S Greenup N B Gaine Hugh Green Bob Graham Jas Gaines Jas No i Gaines Jas No 2 Gordon Claiborne Goins Sanford Gant Geo Gates Jeff Gates Albert Glanton Dan Goins Landon Griffin Jno A Graham Bernard Gordon Thos Gordon W T Grant Wm Goins Alex Gorman W Heffner Gordon Chas Jordan Jas Grant E H Griffey Thos Gayle J W Gault Harry Garnett Geo SchweiloldTom Lon Snow Wm Smith Sidney Satterwhite Sanders Gobber Henry Grives Tandy Garrett Steve Goins Sanford W Gobber Joe Gay H S Schubinger Lambert Scruggs Louis Short Louis Sullivan Dan Shipman R W Stone Sam Shockley T L Scott Jno L Seay Ston R A A M Scott W P Sch weibold Jno K M F Stanley H Joe Stanley Louis Smith Bob Schroff Joe Streets Willie Spears Jno Sample F W Straus Geo Salyers Green Grant Garrett Tom Goldsmith Frank Graham Gran C Greashaber Jno Jas Henry Dud Hunter L R Harvey Richard Hawkins W H Hockerty Gip Harris Austin Hrarn Thos Hutchison T J Hall Wm Hume E E Hawkins J W Herancourt Oscar Hamilton J B Heller Jno jr Hoskins Ambrose Haff C E Hampton W F Hawkins Winston Hubbard J C Harris Steve Hammell Sinclair Jno W Scott J Andrew Sullivan Morris Stewart J Q A Smith Anderson Sullivan Jas A Triplett R S Taylor Palace Talbott Ed Tobin II L Taylor Wash Thompson Jno Triplett Geo W Tremere Keene Turner Geo Taylor Chas E Thompson W G Thompson Geo Tillman Jno Ungerman Shelberton Albert Studor Albert Sullirin N A Glantcn W Gates Robt Gatrs Ed Graham A A Hicks Frank Haly Cornelius Haly Pat Hocker Henry Harrod Lconidas Holder J L Hollo way L D Howard W A Holmes Armstred Henry Jno Huelett J W Holten Wm Harris Zol Hockersmith J T Hannen Geo Hainan Jas Hutchison F C Handy Sim Harris Ned Hocker Jesse Hodges L Y Hooney Taylor Henry Tompkins Jerome Taylor R II Thomason J E Thomson Will Turner Russell True T D Terrell Newton Turner J M Taylor Edgar Taylor Geo Taylor J M Hunter Thos Haly E J Hudson W P sr Harris Edward Haly Jno Harrod Davis H Howard Sam Halleck Jerry J W Henry VanDerveer Ferd Veihl Joe VanDerveer J M Winn Stephen Wilson Henry Webber August Williams William W 11 Walston B F Willis Oscar Wade Levi Willis Robt Henry WilliamsJAnthony Williams W H Innes A H White Henry Wilson Wm Woods Letcher B White Jas P Johnson Will Williams J P White Alonzo Jackson Jos Waters Henry Washington Geo Jones Jno Weisiger Henry jr Johnson E Polk Wren Sanford Waters Chas Williams Minus Jourden Sanford Williams II R Woolfolk Jas W Johnson W E Weitzel Louis Johnson Harry Wiard W A Woods Robt Watts Jas M Johnson II G Washington Geo W Junpcr Peter Warren Sol Welch Albert Wade Gran Johnson Robt Wilson Jas White N B Johnson Clark Williams Dr U V Johnson Ed M Williams Higgins Williams J R Watts J B Wilson C Y Kaltenbrun V Winkler Sid Kopp Jno Williams Jno W R Wallace L C Kennedy D L Wtnt Ed C Woods Chas Krems Julius Whitney Chas Wright Jas L Frank Wilder Wilson Wylie Theodore Williams A B Winkler T Wilson W J Williams Wm Wilson Robt Wells L Waggener W H A Hendrick Virginius Holmes S B Hanley Jno P Hudson W P Higdon Die k Haldi E Haly D L Hutchison Thos Higgins E A Haly Tim Harvie John S Hammer Robt Harvie L E Holmes Ed Heffner Thos Higgins Cagey Handy Granvile Hanley Jno T Henderson Robt Hunt Pat jr Holmes Jno Higdon daude Hunt Wm Irvin Robt Jeffers B B Jones Ed Holmes Duncan Ed John Haly Hays Nelson Hardy C E Harris Louis Grant Jno Scott Hunt Pat Haly Jno B Hord L Hawkins Louis Harris Sol Harrod Jas F Harris Ed Hawkins Granville Holmes W T Harris Henry Hansley Tom Harris Clark Hendrick J B Hickman Henry J Sullivan P A Scales Ed C Shea Sam Sayre S 0 Samuels E L Travis J P Tobin Jno L Sargent Small Sam U V Smith Aaron Szymanski Alex Todd H I jr Twyman Cliap Tremere T P Trumbo Major Tobin L Todd Jas M Taylor J T Tobin Jas Taylor Jim Thomas Joe Thompson Beasley Thornton R H Tinsley Wm Tate Magnus Todd Bob Tracey Jas Turner Wm Thomas Henry Thomas Ed Tate Lafe Todd H I Tracy Ed Thomas Berry Turpin Andy Thomson J H Taylor Nathan Tucker Geo Tall Wm Todd T J Triplett Jno Taylor Chas Thomas Alex Trumbo Ellis Tharp Allen Tall Sam Tyrees J J Tuyner Geo Trumbo Geo Veney Jas jr Veney Jas sr Vinegar Jas M Whitehead John sr Williams W C Williams Levascus Walker Louis Weisiger Henry Wittington R H Williams Alvin Wells Chas Jno Wooldridge Noel Wakefield Jas Whitehead Jno White Jake Weitzel Louis Waters Jno T Washington Ed Woolfolk G B Watson H H Jillson R B Johnson W D Jillson R B jr Johnson E L Johnson J H Johnson W H Jenkins W B Johnson Squire Joyce Thos H Jackson Frank James Sam E Kaltenbrun V A Kahr T C Kincaid Jas Kincaid J W Whittaker Jno Williams Robt Wanen Robt Wolf Eugene Watson G H Irvin Al jr Woolfolk Jno Wooldridge Jas Willis Chris Weathers Tom Ward Beverly Wear Joe Weitzel Chas J White Ab Williams Jno Whitehead R R Whittaker Geo Weitzel Frank Wagener J L Waggoner H Weitzel J L Williams M H P Weitzel J U Wallemade Fred Wright W Wells W R Wohlneiser Geo Williams Chas Waide E F Williams Isaac Wash Will Waide Harry Ward Quincy Weitzel E B Weitzel J sr Weitzel Will Ward Fielding Johnson Clark Julian Ira Julian Wm Jacobs Ferd Johnson S D Jones Iverson Johnson Pres Jacobs L Johnson Robt Johnson Ed Keenon U Jackson Monroe Jackson Wm Johnson Hanover Johnson P 0 Johnson Jas Jackson Ben Jones Thos W Jones Jack Jackson Geo Johnson A Johnson Louis Johnson Frank Williams Williams Wooldridge Louis James Watkins Chas Wallace Chas Warren Wallace Wiley J 0 Willis Wm Warren Jno L Walcutt 0 M Williams David Joe Whitehead OS Whitehead Wm Weitzel W G Washington Walker Woodson Jno Withrow Jas M Knight Peter Kelly Harry jr Knight Jacob Kidd L Kelly Thos Wooldrige Geo Woodhouse Win Webb Jno Williams Jno Willis Wm jr Willis Ohas CUrk Young Lee W C WILLIAMS T illtXUL Uliillbuks L Jki 4 i fmtoitfm sgmJjjk B r JTmiiWiiM B Btf t rwjii pflijft 1 WWf T wwto iMfjM np ii I brought to this market Prices the lowest 1 only handle these goods during the holidays and will guarantee them perfectly fresh Call and examine and get our prices tJAMES HEBNEY sroods ever Nov m I have just received from the east the largest stock and assortment of the above CAKE FRUIT CGISHSSaEKEEEJCSK ewes Tle Scuttla Side G xocer If IfcV iv dence of Mr Jas C Rodgors on tho corner of Clinton and High streets Wednesday morning had completed Entered at the post oulce at Fraufcfort Kentucky as second class mailable matter the job walked down tho roof and attempted to step on a ladder and GEO A LEWIS Editor and Publisher descend to the ground but tho top round of the ladder was loose gave way under him and he fell forwardj FRANKFORT NOVEMBEK 22 18f0 turning a summersault in the fall and alighting upon his hips on a brick pavement twelve feet below He was A New Hotel badly bruised up and injured inter Â¬ A postal card passed through tho nally and has since been confined to post office in this city tho first of the bed He had a cold chisel in his hip Mary pocket and fell upon it which made week addressed as follows the damage worse than it otherwise Weathers Hotel Frankford Ky FliAMFOfiT ROUNDABOUT Democratic Nominees Tho following is the result of tho primary election held in this city on Saturday to nominate candidates for Councilmen and School Trustees FIRST WAItD s ANNOUNCEMENT For Councilman We nrcnutliorired toiinnomice II ENIIY FINCKL M Hog Si Miry Remedy a candidate for Councilman from the First Ward at tlio December election We are authorized to announce illKK SULLI Â¬ as a candidate for Councilman from tho Second AVard at the city election December 6 0 to 1890 VAN For Councilmen John W Payne N F Richardson Robert Parsons T M Turner Marion Williams H T Stanton John Mastin v 143 130 100 61 6 1 A W Overton For School Trustees FOR SALE TTJE VV would haye been Moved In Convict Shot F V Gray Dr U V Williams A W Overton HAVE KOtt SALE AT A BARGAIN A nice building lot 23x10 feet on Logan 88 street between Third and Campbell In South SCOTT VIOLETT 64 FrankfortSni Oct ll 9 J H For Sale by W 1 Druggist G AYLE - Old Market houee Corner 115 6 151 House and Lot For Sale contains Fine cis Â¬ COKE LOT ON FUAMEFORT Mar lyr KY 1 Mr S T Fortune has removed to A negro convict employed upon the new cottage which he resently erected on Main street between the farm of Mr E W Ayres of this Campbell and Todd South Frankfort county as a stable hand became re belious one day the first of the week and attacked the trainer of Mr A Large Flock Ayers trotting horses a white man A flock of five hundred and twenty with a club and drove him away five turkeys was driven through our from the stable The white man wont streets Saturday morning on the way to the house procured a pistol and re- Â¬ to Bagdad where they will be slaugh- turned when tho negro again at- Â¬ tered for the eastern market tacked him and the trainer shot him in the hand The negro ran and the A Success white man again fired upon him tho ball striking him in the leg The ne- Â¬ The parlor concert given on Mon Â¬ gro then went to the quarters where day evening at the residence of Mr tho convicts were confined at night H H Watson was a great success for the purpose qf getting a gun A large audience was present and the which was kept there but was driven The receipts off by the man who does the cooking splendid music 30 amounted to for them He then cooled down and agreed to behave himself A Kice Sum Total number votes cast SECOND WARD G MATTERS THE- - For Councilmen Jos T Staten George Shaw O R Crutcher Sig Luscrrer G T Church C TOFrER FOR SALE 5IY HOUSE AND bargain I Todd street at a lot Is 75 byThe house 100 feet he rooms and the 74 tern In the yard DALLAS Oct 25 lm 70 43 68 79 1 LAND FOR SALE J Hubbard For School Trustees 60 Acres of Fine Bottom Land a a Inrcan NovlD lm adjoining 1YING oz the A waters of Elkhorn W Macklln Is ollered for sale of Apnlj to COLBY H John E Kirtley W T Heading James Rogers Total number votes cast THIRD WARD n iirultr 334 MAIN STREET 53 61 69 41 G T Blackley TAYLOR 125 Farm for Rent or sale FRANKFORT Â¬ Â¬ KY For Councilmen James Darnell John Tobin James HelFner 56 50 Friday night The supper Willing Workers of last week by the of the Methodist Church netted one hundred and ten dollars to the The childrens fancy Church fund fifteen dollars of that table realized given on sum More Liglit The Council has at last agreed to allow the Capital Gas and Electric Light Company to run their electric light wires across the St Clair street bridge and the wires have been stretched to the South Side Arc lights will be placed in tho drug store of Mr Phil Carpenter the grocery Ser of Mr James Heeney Aubrey geants meat store and the new Gayle building of the LeCompte Tho Co as soon as it is completed city should also have a light or two placed on the bridge as the present gas lamps do not give enough light on some portions of the bridge to W T Gaiyes Will Flynn Steve 1ulis For School Trustees James Wakefield J M Case A Szymanski Total number votes cast Dudley situ on the Ver 18 sailles pike containing about 205 acres is lor sale on reasonable terms or will be rented lor 33 the jear beginning March 1 lbJl Tor particu FKANK CUINN 20 lars apply to THE splendid farm of Mrs M J one mile from Frankfort Â¬ 22 55 61 12 BLUE GRASS NURSERIES1 CREiiM LEXINGTGJOCYJ mmarrArS3aawm 70 IMMENSE STOCK OF FRUIT AND ORNAMEN 1 tal trees Grapevines Asparagus small trees and everything for the lawn orchard and garden We have no agents but sell direct at low prices to the planter Write for catalogue to H F HILLENMEYER Lexington Ky Sept 27 3m Con Con Ready March Will be 27TH 1890 tfetfi IF YOU WAST MADE BY CON CON LUNCH NOV W Early Morning Fire The kitchen of Mr George Thom- Â¬ sons residence on Second street South Side was destroyed by fire about 5 oclock Wednesday morning The fire originated from a terrecotta flue which ran through the roof Loss about 150 Covered by insur- Â¬ ance with the Peoples Insurance Co keep persons passing along the side Ohas F Exum agent walks from running over each other We propose to give a lunch on the 27th Thanksgiving day to the dele- Â¬ gates of the Con Con of Kentucky Home to Stay Send in Your Orders The entire Roundabout and Jour nal forces have chartered one gun and three dogs and will go on a grand I ft Mr Caspar L Gaylo haB returned Catlettsburg where he has from been residing for the past two years and will hereafter be found at the drug store of his brother Mr J W Gayle on the corner of Ann and Broadway Cap was one of Frank- Â¬ here several years ago and all old friends will welcome his return to our midst forts most popular pharmacists when Got Stuck One of the large wagons of Messrs Co loaded with W A Gaines shelled corn was crossing Broadway hunting excursion next Thursday Hotel keepers and private families wishing to be supplied with birds rabbits and other wild varmints will please send in their orders the first of the week to Col Richard Van Der veer or Major William C Woods Secretaries of the expedition R E Lee Hulett and Chas A Watts tho celebrated wing shots will accom pany the party and are expected to do immense execution F can be had will be turned over to Tom Wednesday morning when one of The high position attained and the Corbett the member from the Penerile the front wheels struck a soft place universal acceptance and approval of District This will be the last unless we in the street made by a leak in a liquid fruit remedy change our notion water pipe and cut through to the the pleasant as Respectfully c the moBt excellent Syrup of Figs hub It required about an hours laxative known illustrates tho value L D Mary Reynolds Holloway hard work to prize it out and get tho of the qualities on which its success wheel on solid ground From Midway Ky is based and are abundantly gratify m ing to the California Fig Syrup Com Wants to Locate Here Mrs Rena Camball from Midway 10 4t pany states that for the last ten years she Â¬ The National Lathe and Tool Com- Â¬ Friday November 28tli has suffered intensely with sick head ache at times and has been entirely pany of Philadelphia have written to cured by Dr Hales Household OintÂ¬ Gen Fayette Hewitt asking informa- Â¬ Dr W Kelloy of Cincinnati will be ment It cures headache in a few tion in regard to this city with a at the Capital Hotel where he can minutes Mrs Camball says she view to locating a manufactory of all be found in his usual quarters His would not be without it if it cost ten dollars per box Jas Ritter of Mid- Â¬ classeB of shaped cut and turned patients should remember the date way states that for three months he wood in this city The Company has and not fail to go and see him had suffered from a severe pain in his a system of geometric latheB with breast and was entirely relieved from pain by Dr Hales Household Oint- Â¬ which an immense amount of work Holiday Goods ment It is tho great pain and skin can be turned out in a day A com- Â¬ cure 50 cents a box at South Side mittee has been appointed by tho I have just received a large and drug store goods 6 P H Carpenter Board of Trade to correspond with elegant stock of holiday Monday which will bo opened on them and induce them to locate a Prices lower than ever before Stray Hoa If a farmer residing plant here John B Weitzel out on tho Louisville pike or a citizen m i of South Frankfort has lost a largo Seriously Injured Patronize home industries and white gelt with no marks he can hear of tho same by calling at this buy Miles Sons flour 14 office and paying for this notice Mr Willard Miller son of Mr George W Miller who had been at Large slock of solid Silvern arc at M CWdren Cry for Pitchers Castoria 8 5t work putting a tin roof on the resi- - A Sellierts tho jeweler M at the intersection of High street Gratifying to All our children grand children and great grand children the judges of the various courts the professional and business men of Frankfort the heads of all tho State offices and clerks and the wives of all who are for-Â¬ tunate to have one and those who like Craddock of Paris are too young yet to marry to bring their sweethearts along The press of Frank- Â¬ Foard Com- Â¬ fort and the Mason pany clerks and employes are especially invited aB also the Warden Deputy and all officers and guards of Kentucky Penitentiary and our rela- Â¬ tives and friends generally No in- Â¬ vitations beyond this notice is deemed necessary Our house and dining room are small as well as our bank account but we propose to com- Â¬ mence at 6 oclock p m and con- Â¬ tinue till every one is served with the substantiate of life We have no axes to grind if we had the Con Con is not the place We simply wish to contribute in our humble way to the fame Frankfort justly has for her hospitality Possums if any Â¬ Â¬ FARM FOR SALE T OFFER FOR SALE AT A GREAT BARGAIN X my farm containing 170 acres at the mouth of Elkhorn on the Kentucky river In Franklin county It Is mostly bottom land and Is suitable fortne cultivation of corn and tobacco It Is finely watered by ponds and springs and has about 20 acres well set In bluegrass It has upon It a good residence good barn and other neces sary out buildings so located as to make 11 delightful home For terms call on or address rny attorneys Scott A-- Vlolett Frankfort Ky 16 aug Cm MARY F QUARLES AND A HAPPY COOK USE OBErll LEXINGTON FLOUR ROLLER 1 Â¬ Â¬ MILLS 8 COMPANY LEXINGTON KY AS SFOK S-A-HLiIE Dr Â¬ Â¬ FORMER RESIDENCE AND FARM MY jacent to Bridgeport Immediately on AD the conLouisville pike G miles from Frankfort taining 39 acres of first quality land well supplied with water both for stock and family use there being two line springs and a good well thereon Sume Is well Improved as to fencing Ac The residence barn and all necessary out- Â¬ houses Including Ice house are In good condi- Â¬ 1 -- 1 Kelley OHIO THE- - OF CINCINNATI WILL BE AT tion For terms and further particulars apply to me at my residence 418 Broadway Frankfort Ky IN KBANKFOBT K- Y- Oct 11 Sm G W CUINN FRIDAY NOV 28 1890 FRIDAY DEO 19 1890 BLEEDING Chloroform BLIND or ITCHING little or no pain FOR SALE Valuable City Residence Property BRICK RESIDENCE PROP THE TWO STORYthe Sidney Johnson place known as Cured wltbMit any surgical operatlos and with Llptura or Knlft mode of 1 situated on north side of Main street Frankfort Ky near the Capital Hotel Is offered for wile by the undersigned If not sold on or before Janu ary 1st 1811 the same will be for rent The property Is In first class condition For terms kc upply to CHAS F EXDM Attorney for Johnson heirs Oct 25 tf Â¬ la not necessary with this treatveaa FISTULA IN ANO Is cured FISSURES Oared wtttoot cutting or tearing ULCERATION CATARRH OKE DOLLAR WEEKLY BUYS A GOOD GOLD WATOH BY OUR CLDB SYSTEM Our 14 karet patent stiffened gold cases are warranted for JO years Walthiun and Elgin movement reliable and well known Stem wind and sot hunting or open face ladys or gents size Equal to any 70 watch We sell one of these watches for tbts oltrregi Dr Sear arly for nearly seven iiearH and the many cures he has maae among the wealthy and Inthrathh citizens are sufficient eTtdence of btssuooess It is now a well established f aet that man dU eases ol the stomach llrer kidney bladder womb and nervous system are either caused of uggraTatedbr the coexistence of PILES VISTU Â¬ OI the bowel oared has now been flatting r H VI LA FiaauaE or bsctal olckb BKPKRKNCBS Dr K K Gober Frankfort Ky Krankltn Jforrls Graefensburg J T Staten Frankfort Ky V Herberlch Frankfort Ky Bev L P Holett Benson Ky Blchard Ferguson Frankfort Ky W J Baches Frankfort Ky David Moore Benson Ky JnB M Wlthrow Frankfort Ky DB KSTJLBT8 offlw and residence la at M Wrat Eighth street Cincinnati and where ht may be found every day of each week EXCEPT A U McClore Frankfort Ky QO O nnd send to any address by registered mall or by express C O D with privilege of examina Â¬ tion Our agent at Durham N c wrw Our Jewelers have confessed tlt dont know how you can furnlah such work for tlu money A o El9 FBIDATB AND BATUBDAYS Pamphlets deaerlMng these diseases and tal mode of treatment sent treat any one by a dressing wanted at each place Write for particulars W EMPIRE WATOH CO 43 359 West Eighth Bt Cincinnati O I KELLEY M VJEUB1 D and eOMulden Lane New York N Y tr na9 r 1 CONSULTATION lf 4 iat2AtAkji iJhi VByBjgAHppKaHBHMpjMHHIpjpjpHKHgpj lip f j7Ji I am determined to make a change in my business that is to sell the Dry Goods braixch out entirely tVjp Intost a full flssnrf rnpnt mrscr rlooivoHlQ nnn si ssti n e nf nf anri liv and Prom the cheapest to the finest goodsall kinds of domestics usually kept in a first class Dry Goods House must be closed out to make room for another that will as fully ular branch of So I will make such low prices as will sell them at once Imported and - Domestic - Dress - Good a -- i FALSE AURM BUT TRUE FACT nf Oa The same tt 1 int Â¬ This partic- Â¬ SAVE FULLY 5G PER CENT subsisÂ¬ and vou will VOX Call early while my stock is yet complete f Stll of Responsible ment 4 ii tho people MANKFOfiT ROUNDABOUT tence of demand equalTho Farmers rights to all Alliance FRANKFORT NOVEMBER 221800 that upon thorn depend the Pure Pleasant ED HARRIS No Money Required Â¬ Parties to Commence Treat- Â¬ n ifl Bridgeport In pursuance of adjournment tho Franklin County Teachers Associa- Â¬ tion convened in Bridgeport on Sat- Â¬ urday the 15th and was called to order by President 0 H Parrent at The exercises were 1030 oclock opened with prayer by the President after which the fundamental princi- Â¬ pals of arithmetic were discussed in a splendid manner by Prof Marsh Dr J O Robinson W H Parrent Misses Leona Jett Lou Oromwell and Miss Leonora OConnor and Prof H F Jordan tho two latter from Shelby county The meeting then adjourned for dinner and it is useless to say that the ladies of Bridgeport and vicinity had prepared eatables sufficient for twice as many more All enjoyed that feature of tho programme and were sorry that their digestive organs would not take more of the good things that caused the table to groan under its weight The afternoon session was then ta- Â¬ ken up discussing the subject of fractions both common and decimal interspersed with recitations by Miss Annie Tinsley Earl Loins and MissÂ¬ The last of the proOConnor gramme was a most excellent essay on the subject of slander by Mr Jor- Â¬ dan jr The thanks of the Associa- Â¬ tion were by a unanimous vote ten- Â¬ dered to the good people of the com- Â¬ munity for their kind hospitality The meeting then adjourned to meet at the Walcutt School House on tho 3d Saturday in December W H Parrent Secretary The remains of Mrs P M Donigan who died in Patterson Texas on the 27th of October were brought to Louisville last Monday and interred in Cave Hill Cemetery Only ten jurors from Bridgeport Precinct attending the Common Pleas Court Mr John R Mayhall of Louisville and Miss Ella Tapp of this neighbor- Â¬ hood were married at the residence of the brides mother at 1 oclock p m Tuesday the 18th The marriage ceremony was performed by Rev T J Stevenson in a very impressive manner After the ceremony the happy couple left for Louisville where they will make their future That their pathway through home life may be strewn with flowers was the wish of tho entire community The bride was the recipient of many presents too numerous to mention Â¬ and special privileges to none Query Suppose in a school district there are actually children who of the requisite pupil age belonging to the district but have been enlisted in the census report of trustees in an adjoining district without tho con- Â¬ sent of the County Superintendent or of the trustees of tho district in which they previously resided and refused to be reported to the trustees in the district in which they really did belong and attending school and teachers receiving pay in the district where they were reported Now to which district do they really beloncr And who is responsible for the public funds due those children in the district where they formerly belonged if they belong to the dis Â¬ And highly effective These are qualities possessed by the new medi- Â¬ cine Dr Hales Household Tea the great Blood Purifier and Nerve Tonic Itjhas no equal as an alterative act-Â¬ ing directly upon the liver and kid- Â¬ neys and upon the nerve centres restoring the entire system to a healthy action giving brightness to the eyes inducing sweet refreshing sleep and making it a pleasure to live in the And every fourth week thereafter enjoyment of perfect health This finest of all remedies is for sale at 50 cents per package at South Side drug i Fourteenth Eegular Yisit EY WEDNESDAY NOV 26 Consultation and anamination Fre fSfl FRANKFORT r4 r store 6 P H Carpenter Â¬ fr l trict now J SHILOHS COUGH and Consumption Cure is sold by us on a guarantee It cures Consumption For sale bv W Gayle m 27 In tho morning hurried or difficult breathing raising phlegm tightness in the chest quickened pulse chill uess in the evening or sweats at night all or any of these things are tho first stages of consumption Dr drier street and pavements than Ackers English Cough Remedy will Lexington situated on a hill has cure these fearful symptoms and is Greenie sold under a positive guarantee by fl J W Gayle Druggist It is amusing to see people with their faces drawn as if they hadÂ¬ Plaids swallowed a feather and it was tickling their lungs and they would bo For stylish dress goods go to happy if they could only sneeze Sam D Johnson Co Now there is no need of making A bottle of Dr Bulls Cough faces We offer a good line of Scotch che Syrup will draw your face back into nol suiting for tailor made dresses S a smile Sam D Johnson Co We Kings are like stars they rise and class have a beautiful line of high set They have headacho cuts and ish novelty dress goods Verv stylSam D Johnson Co hurts like meaner men and are just 8 as sure to call for Salvation Oil Â¬ Does Lexington want the capital Dont she want streets first Dont she want a ferry boat to carry passengers through the mud to different parts of the city Can Lexington explain a question in natural philosophy why Frankfort situated between hills has THAT TERRIBLE COUGH S3 OT tr ti I M w vi Every dog has his day and the day Special Sale of Fall Ging Â¬ hams for rejoicing among our poultry men It was 7A cents for ginghams worth 10 reached here at last has ushered in by Ganters magic chick- Â¬ cents 10 cents for ginghams worth en cholera cure which is sold on the 12A Sam D Johnson Co 8 plan of no cure no pay by s Phil Carpenter i Millinery H THE FIRST SYMPTOMS OP DEATH Tired feeling dull headache lJtllllO in various parts of the body sinking at the pit of the stomach loss of ap We are constantly receiving addi Â¬ tions to our always select stock of im Th2 Eminent SjiecialtKt ported and domestic goods 1 SAM C H BOGMAN M D i D JOHNSON cV CO Cloaks Cloaks A larce and stylish line of Ladies are all positive evidence of poisoned Misses and Childrens iackets coats blood No matter how it became Bnenmatlsm i fsntlillt a and cf tho ncrvoui j it must be purified to avoid 8 cloaks at very low prices triuis all iMe luetlatlou prou llcie a doubt Actio Uyond Soisoned Sam D Johnson Co opoi tliu theory we hau for 3ear treted It with rhenoninil Ackers English Blood uccus Toe iWorraltiej and bim affections from rncunitlc iDtlaainiatloiu may all be avoiJM orrultln bi our Elixir has never failed to remove cured treatment scrofulous or syphilitic poisons Sold Comforts Brights KUneya We have a small lot that we will nutrition cucrDiscaoO of the toe uie of it the rnult of faulty under positive guarantee cumulation cr improwr rtmedlea to iccj oMc the Uow of urine close out at cost 9 J w Gayle Druggist n formerly resident Physician of the rhihdetehin General lios- - iuaiiitu insuuiie Cincinnati Uhio lias twenty hve year successfully devoted In- time to the treati ent of his spec- - tor laities He successfully treats all curable cases of Cfoonit ami Xervoits Diseasis His treatment is based on the largest experience after thorough educational preparation delay A ridj 8 Sam D Johnson Co Fifty Spasms a Day Had Mrs H A Gardner of Vistula 2nd lived two thousand years ago ehe yould have been thought to be possessed by evil spirits She was subject to nervous prostration head Â¬ aches dizziness backache palpita- Â¬ tion and forty to fifty spasms a day Though having been treated by eight physicians for years without success she was permanently cured by one bottle of Dr Miles Hestorative Ner Â¬ vine A trial bottle of this new and wonderful medicine and a finely illustrated treatise free at J W Qayles drug store who recommends and 1 guarantees it Â¬ CROUP WHOOPING COUGH and Bronchitis immediately relieved by Shilohs Cure For sale by J W Gayle Long Cloaks 8 m We have eighteen long cloaks that 27 wo will close out at half price Sam D Reduced Rates N Railroad will sell The L round trip excursion tickets to Louis- Â¬ ville Nov 19th 21st and 22d good until Nov 22d rate 260 E P Bryan Agent Johnson Co opium Morphine Chloral habits Home treatment painless and cures perfect Adilress Speclllc Remedy Co Lafayette Ind augl6 8m Diseases of tho Digestive Organs arc the most frc ueot ciucs of the iLoro rati dltmu Dtipqila Liver Com Uliu Conntltallcn an J Chronic Plarrhca all mult in Imier fret nutrition ana render llfemUcrable Karly interfercnej is true t AUtniy of time money auJ health Young Men ho aro raildlr ai rroachlnr insanltr ani death from pccretnablts wllldoell toconsultui atoncc Thiol batlts aro the reiultof diene not Tier and o euro auen caser without fall We iutlte your lullet confidence and rrcmlic you relief STiddloAgcd Men wbn objcrre certain irritations of the badlir and urethra or attr tau ue lib edlnienu in u hiu uiiuiviu 1 vi vu irwiuicnt sucn srmp torn are Indications of tttnlna ealtnes hlch admit o no person will suhmlt lit n 1 the diseases of vtoiuen Mne tenths of the sufferings or this world aro borno by women and vJthout reason When the cause of these disuses Is proi erlv understood their cure il certain and complete Our large hosplial experience enables nf Hun lerstauil tneso cases and trent iliein from the latest fclen title standpoint Local trtatnienl lkn o many objectlo w rarely fin I netcism Our treatment Is br lonstltutlonalanil local re uedles with which we lustrjct tteiaUenu to treat them ehc at their o u homes lfnotcuredit levls to enlarged prostate glaodaer tout debility and premature decay W c guarantee a cure In all tucticaes and a perfect restoration to henkh and hj ileal vigor To the Ladles Wo hato for years made a speclaltr of Diseases Stricture filed Vrre eal Taint 7at tonorrhea luipotcmy HrpMIIs aul Merllltv are promptly aud effectually cured by our t eclat nn edles M e nave spent thousands of dollars In time and tncney to gain knowlrdm In this direction This phenomjaa if tbs- jerrotst or STSieiu Is the result of disease located Ir aj nurse ctnters Oar method of treatment which Is eotlrelr our own has been admitted by the best scientists of the world to produce radical cjrMln the most hi Ipilepey Pits SLEEP IN PEACE Bad Knob 4Th0sR0gers and Noel Leo represented our Union at tho convention Â¬ in Lexington last week They report for a large and earnest crowd of farmers there who wentto protect their own interests and save their productions from the greedy hands of tho monopolists and money sharks CO The farmers seem to havo taken a so quickly cured by Shilohs Cure JOHN H STAOKHOUSB SOLE AGENTS firm stand to protect their own inter- Â¬ We guaranteo it For salo by J W 27 632 Arch Street Philadelphia est for they are aware of tho fact Gayle This preparation Is superior to nil others fo the following reasons s s It kills the bugs Instantly It effectually destroys their eggs therefore SLEEPLESS NIGHTS made miser Â¬ only necessary to use It once or twice during It Is the able by that terrible cough Shilohs season It possesses advantages over Insect ponders InCuro is the Remedy for you For sale asmuch ns It can bo used In places which they by W Gayle 27 can not reach Is agreeable and It Is warranted not Its odor Injure or furniture House Rent A brick cottage toVn fiitlllcarpets linenruoult fi win Ino use in u MtYiutra p in in two rooms and kitchen Apply to contains no poison which fact should glvolt a of puiL u in every iiuukciiuiu 11 tf Henry Gobbor Sold In largo bottles at J5 cents each KorsalobvWil AVKIMTT nt ulwiie ii mmi THAT HACKING COUGH can bo rota Â¬ story house with 7jrooms Cor Murray and Campbell streets Apply to W J Hughes 327 11 if Murray street For Rent A two PRATTS KILLER FOR BED BUGS by rrsiasro- - uniting ns should bring or send four to six ounces of their urine whlcfewe nanlm ill i v ftthe iViemPCa emlnatio anJ clfemical anltis a certificate and chart of vwitv iu svt ture out cases wnicn nno turned thr sKill or other phvsc arts Why our cateosire i experience enables us to recognise the vi of disease Wh iMed tobuiu Wtf to couralt us All curable oases re BuanetelSyieaU Kery iihliiti otSoiVnoTpuLZ1- ewcre tc - mercPssiMe PeronaUonsultaton is preferable C O D List All cases and correspondence strictly confidental Treatment sent part of the United States and Canada Address with stamp for reply to any Dr P O BOX 703 G H Bowman Cincinnati KltANK I1IOI1 O J WM CROMWELL ATTORN AW EY-AT-- L Ad DltYKll Vice President President K B R T Sec and Treas Baktow Superintendent Rasiskt The Stanflari Printing BSTATB AGEKT C0DBT8 01 wTILL PRACTICEthe IN THB counties anc adjoining rranklla ana will Alan Slollnr T st - uVt and tale ot real eatota collection of r nta claims ajid the aajaUaaon of loans JRBAX trlwts aiwsAlal lit Co Formerly the Standard Printing Ink Works -M- ANUFACTUHKRS O- F- PRINTINCAND LITHOGRAPHIC INKS VARNISHES ETC JuneaWy 103 lnri2r lT Caiml Cincinnati Ohio Smoke LONG - DURHAM - HAVANA - Cigar FILLER 1 WTT Best on Esurtla FOE 5 CENTS s VA - i- - M y sSSafeaiiins j - MsttnHsttnHtttHPBMBiHBWBHBiHlTHHlli IJSrerTtsrl3BBiSfS3MS1WWStTSBiMSySgnstSWSrTTffFrTTMfwr AJ lkCAiW Jt wA u AfliJir ilrr ssmnsssis BtttHSrjtff - v f nn tKmWmMKMmWtKWfjKKmlmWmWKKIKKmmWKmWKBHmmlL HMxraKn MmmimM v Xr Ih m TOIE TABLE Taking olloct Suntlny May 12th 188 tho following time table will bo in effect upon this roiui TBAINH SOUTH OLD THYLOB 7 No231oavesPrankfort No 17 loaves Frankfort No 21 leavosFrnnkfort NolJloavos Frankfort TBAINB 825 a m 213 p m 512 050 a m BEWARE OP MISREPRESENTATIONS AND FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS OF DIS- HONEST PARTIES pm NOllTH 1003 n m No 18 leaven Frankfort 500 p m No 20 leaves Frankfort 10 p m No 22 leaven Frankfort G12 p m No 24 arrives Frankfort No 23 makes connection at Lagrange for Cincinnati and at Anchorage for Bloomfleld No 21 makes connection at Lagrange for Cincinnati and at Anchorage for Bloomfleld E 1 BRYAN Agent KKTUIDLfiHD TRAINS RUN 8 CEHTHAL STANDARD 12 TIE II M BIHMHnaBaawMHnBMmiMaNMMWHaMMaMMWmVMM1iMIH I MMBaWI MWMMMMHtt MM I WW i Wl WWWWWWPnWWWPWWWWWWPMWiWWWMWWIWIIW TIME TAHLE NOV TRAINS EAST Lv Krunktort Swltzer 18l0 CM AM 5 45 5 GS Jlo a 4 3 05 1 Elkhorn Stamping Ground Georgetown G07 0 CO 8 JG 3 M Ojj A Paris A 7 41 5 05 TRAINSJVKST Lv Purls ieorpttown 7 02 il 20 StamuliiK Ground 7 44 4111 twiizer 9 60 12 02pm 7 53 Elkhorn 10 0812 20 8 1I Ar Frankfort Connections at Georgetown with E T V t Ga for Clciilniintl LoulsWIlo and the South I NolO No 2 No e G 45 8 10110 10 21 8 50 11 08 9 2G11 2G maji and 730 No night service is the pastor will be absent at the dedica Â¬ No 5 jo tion of the new Christian Church at co Waddy Shelby county 02 7 2 The Young Peoples Society of ar8 00 Christian Endeavor meets in the IvJ 30 10 15 chapel at 7 p m G i When When When When Baby was sick vro garo her Cuatorla she was a Child she cried for Castoria she became Miss she clung to Castoria RAZORS If you want a Razor that is guaranteed to shave you at all times with ease and comfort buy only the Torrey from GRAY CHURCH she had Children she gave them Castoria si No2f No pil G No G 810112 20pm 12 2flpmr Frankfort Lv 5 4513 05 7 02 1115am 10 ifiam ArGeorretowiiLv 274 15 4 0Ji 819am 8 10Hn Lv rinclnnntlAr 10 15 G 20 The now Christian Church at Waddy Ky will be dedicated tomorrow the dedication sermon to be preached by Rev H W Elliott of Sulphur Ky Rev Geo Darsie of this city la m qua preaches the sermon at night No lNo3 The new Church is a neat frame 10 00 Â¬ No4 1lie First Step Perhaps you are run down cant sleep cant think cant do any thing to your satisfaction and you wonder what ails you You should heed the warning you are taking the first step into Nervous prostration You need a Nerve Tonic and in Electric Bitters you will And the exact remedy for re- Â¬ storing your nervous system to its normal healthy condition Surpris- Â¬ ing results follow the use of this great Nerve Tonic and Alterative Your appetite returns good digestion is re- Â¬ stored and the liver and kidneys re- Â¬ sume healthy action Try a bottle Price 50c at the Drug Store of 6 P H Carpenter nnii J J t JUJ The only large and complete line in the city at GRAY CHURCHS ft vi SEIfi JL Meat Table and Butcher Knives to suit all tastes and purses Carvers structure elegantly furnished and Connections at Paris with A m P M Ky Central A Hy M seated and is a credit to that thriv Â¬ ing young center of population Rev H G Henderson A M will occupy the pulpit at the Methodist Church to morrow morning at 11 oclock At 730 p m he will preach CHURCH Mnr25 lyr I 3 Main Street Hardware Merchants No2No4 10 03 810 Ar 8 10 GOO Lv 5 40 Ar 2 43 Ar 2 33Lv 7 40 4 15Ar 6 49 3 23 Ar 5 20 155Lv 7 4i Ar Frankfort Paris Paris ParlR Carlisle Maysvllle Nolo3 Jv Lvl 5 45 3 05 Ar 7 41 505 Lv 7E3 10 P5 FJaAUKTOBT iiMVATOE COIL CO il i j h Covington Cincinnati Ar10 15i to the lawyers and members of the Constitutional Convention and will Paris U 11 201 5 45 take for his subject Pilate or the 7 15 Lv 12 05 0 20 Ar Winchester 6 10 Members of the Richmond Ar 1T51 7 30 Smirched Ermine lliV profession and convention are cor Â¬ SHORTEST QUICKEST ROUTE dially invited to be present Sever- Â¬ TO al voices have been added to the choir and fine singing may be ex- Â¬ Cincinnati pected HOWARD ORBISON Agent Lv Ar 10 10 8 05 7 531 5 45 8 431 G 3G hfl Rip Raps Is the place to buy your boots shoes hats caps dry goods notions c Call and get our prices on groceries of all kinds Sugars 13 14 and 15 pounds for 1 Pure sour mash whisky 40 50 and 60 cents per quart Country produce taken in exchange for goods M T Mitchell Frankfort Ky 3 324 Broadway Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria m -- m and the East GEO B HARPER Gen Superintendent V L CLARK B T FARMER Cltv Ticket Aut GenFrelcht Pass Aet Sunday school at 930 a m Union Thanksgiving Service The Union Thanksgiving Service between the Southern Presbyterian Religious We would be greatly obliged to tle ministers and officers ot churches in tlc city if they would furnish us with any announcements which they may wish made I Rev George Darsie will preach at the Christian Church at Graefenburg to morrow at 3 oclock Rev H G Henderson will preach at Cedar Chapel Methodist Church Porcelain lined preserving kettles Christian Baptist and Methodist 4 qt 35 cts Gqt45cts 8 qt 55 cts 10 Churches will be held in the Metho- cts qt 16GO cts 12 qt 65 cts 14 qt 35 70 qt 100 at Buckleys dist Church in this city Thursday Nov 27th at 11 oclock a m Old fashioned double thicked tin 35 Rev Mr Neville of the Southern ware at Buckleys Presbvterlan Church will preach the sermon An excellent musical pro- Â¬ Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria gramme will be prepared and an Arctic flour is a first class patent exceedingly interesting service is anticipated All are invited to come and equals any patent sold in Ken Â¬ D12ALEKS IN THE trmoli Olllce Principal Olllce uiulKlevutor loot SteeleSt Tel nhones Nor 2 and 3ii comer St Clair inl vvifrptng Streets K1LEY HAKPOLD Manager 1W go DWARD -- CUASSEN n 9 PI3ACTIC AX ucky Try it 14 There will be preaching at the A few more ot the number 7 cook 35 Church in Leestown every evening stoves at Buckleys AND DEALER IN- Rev H W Williams will preach at next week commencing Monday at Tlie New Discovery Evergreen Baptist Church the 5th 7i oclock Sunday in this month at 11 oclock You have heard your friends and neighbors talking about it PIPE AND FITTINGS BT0 STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO The Union S S Teachers Meet- Â¬ The following is the programme of You may yourself be one of the JOB AND CONTRACT WOES ALL WORK the Mission Circle Meeting of Frank- Â¬ ing assembles in the chapel of the GUARANTEED many who know from personal ex- Â¬ Christian Church Tuesday night at lin Association to be held at Mt perience just how good a thing it In rear of Salenders Grocery FRANKFORT KENTUKOY Carmel Church Franklin county on 730 every the fifth Saturday and Sunday in No is If you have ever tried it you COLLAR or are one of its staunch friends bevember 29th and 30th Rev W G Neville will occupy his THAT CAN BE RELIED ON cause the wonderful thing about it SATURDAY 10 A M pulpit at the Southern Presbyterian BE UP is that when once given a trial Church to morrow morning at 11 1 Meeting of the Board and the TO oclock a m and at 730 p m transaction of all business pertaining Dr Kings New Discovery ever after holds a place in the house THE MARK to same The usual services at Ascension BEARS THIS MARK Alter- Â¬ If you have never used it and 2 Sermon byJGarret Reed to morrow morning at 11 nate James Clark Church should be afflicted with a cough oclock and 730 p in will be conduct3 Night Sermon by preacher cold or any throat lung or chest ed by Rev E A Ponick the rector chosen from the brethren present trouble secure a bottle at once and give it a fair trial It is guar- Â¬ SUNDAY 10 A to Rev Father Lambert Young the anteed every time or money repastor will conduct the services at 4 Review of the work from 1883 up funded Trial bottles free at the the Church of the Good Shepherd to- Â¬ to August 1890 by J II Burdin drug store of 5 Mission Sunday schools and Sun morrow First mass at 8 a in Sec- Â¬ 6 P H Carperter ond mass 1030 a in Vespers at 3 day school work by J T Staten G p m Stedman R J Shannon and O H Of all the flour made or sold in NEEDS NO LAUNDERING CAN WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMENT Parrent the State Miles Sons is the best Rev H F Korfoot D D of Louis- Â¬ 6 11 a m by E S Alder without a doubt Sermon 14 THE ONLY LINEN LINED WATERPROOF ville will occupy tho pulpit at the man Alternate Thomas Stevenson m Baptist Church to morrow morning COLLAR IN THE MARKET Tariff will go up on tin but prices F M Featherston on tin roofing will bo lower than ever at 11 oclock and evening at 730 Secretary for the next thirty days at Buckleys m oclock Sunday school in the chapel 3 Sunday afternoon at oclock Plumber Gas Steam Fitter Sas Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Closets WATEHPH00F Â¬ CUFF Not to fitoUt Not to Discolor TRADE MARK Â¬ Â¬ LLuloiD BRO And Agente at 930 a m Darbys Prophylactic 35 w The best salve in the world foi Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Tetter Fever Sores Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns and all Skin Eruptions and positively cures Piles or no pay recontagious diseases sion the choir will bo assisted by Â¬ It is guaranteed to give The eminent physician J Mari- quired Prof Wayland Graham and other I perfect satisfaction or money re on Sims of New York says local musicians Price 25 cents per box am convinced that Prof Darbys funded George Darsie occupies his Prophylactic Fluid is a most valu For sale by South Side drug store Rev P H Carpenter 5 iy 21 pulpit at the Christian Church at 11 able disinfectant Â¬ Â¬ -- Will Use it in every sick room Rev W O Young D D President keep the atmosphere pure and of Centre College will preach at tho wholesome removing all bad odors First Presbyterian Church from any source morning at 11 oclc oc Will destroy all Disease Germs At 730 in tho evening a song infection from all Fevers and all service will bo held on which occa- Bucklens Arnica Salve C E COLLINS IN- -- DKALXB8 - Shot and Shells for HHRDWHR Wall Paper 1UBNBSS A Â¬ Laflin Decorations I Sand BHHkBb CEMENT GLASS OILS D11ILLS LUUL FLASTEB gaoyjjfj CBow 6aRS FULL LINK OT 8IWXB AND FLUB PIPS PICU LEAD AND MIXES FAQSX IRON AHD 8TWCL COB BROADWAY AMD LKWI8 nAKXTOlT iTi iv Aikk iLLAiM lWMiWflwWniif -- skjViijMikit t wipnvswwwy vwpwwirwwwj wwwrWTwJrv FOR- HEHfi r jiry xrr W y r FALL FABRTOE SUITS YOJJMANS W TROUSERS -- AND TILST- - OVERCOATS G FTJElTISHIITa STETSONS AND XjTZEST1 STYLES OOE FINE OTHER HATS A large and fine assortment of fall and winter garments in this line Gentlemen who want a nice stylish garment at a moderate price will do well to inspect this line We iill be glad to show you what we have fM HUDSON nwkVl PHRIES LI I Zilpali The rain the first of the week was fine for tobacco stripping Dr J F Adams of this town has located at Bagdad and formed a part- Â¬ nership with Dr Win Boots of that place in the practice of medicine Owen Moore and John Graves ship Â¬ ped from this place 312 turkies last week G F Moore and wife visited J D Moore and family near Eminence this week J R and J B Moore visited Jackson Perkins at Waddy Station Thursday Wanted A doctor to locate at this place as we are minus such a person There is a good opening for an industrious M D J T Moore is putting a new roof on his house Miss Lulie Moore visited Mr John T Deakins and family near Croppers this week Edmund Harper has moved to the farm at Scrabble which he purchased lately Mrs Georgia Wilborn and Mrs Kitty Ethington visited John Moore and family this week Mrs Margaret Jones visited W B Moore and family this week Newton Wilborne of this commu- Â¬ nity will rent his farm and seek other employment The Roundabout is a welcome vis- Â¬ itor each week Why dont every one subscribe for it It is a newsy sheet interesting to all Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CASSELL yr lk SPECIAL SALE Fairview 26c 111 khjih muguugu uwu iu will be eloquence to those who lis Cloaks Cloaks ladies long Newmarkets at on the dollar 25 11 llr mntr win T love in his heart Ifamanhas lrrm Innminmi Vnf- ho im l i4- - DO m r 4 what WHAT vous ten Ml Mr Anderson Powers is on the sick list this week 75 misses and childrens cloaks Little Iva from 125 up to 800 All of them several days Riner has been sick for have been reduced in price 11 lt WEITZEL ODONNELL Born To the wife of John Clifford on the 14th inst a sixteen pound You have Consumption V AinilflJTr - - zkv Do not forget you can buy any long boy I c cloak in our store at 25c on the dol- Â¬ Mr O N Riners family was visited HL HM we do not say tins to frighten if I lar last Saturday and Sunday by Mr E you but it is true These are the sure symptoms of this terrible disease Thero 11 lt ODONNELL WEITZEL B Hancock and sister is one thing which will check it and that is Mr James Botkins traded off his 50 pieces of dress goods in all styles and colors at special prices next gray horse last week It Is rocommended ty the best physicians In Kuropo and America week Mrs Lizzie Powers visited the fam- Â¬ tent ami 100 pcr rtotlle 2i tent 11 lt WEITZEL ODONNELL W-- H HOOKER ily of Mr Noah Riner the first of the CO 46 West Broadway New York lt WEITZEL ODONNELL YOU JIAILS I -- You feel tired Do you know it means You are ner Why You cough in tho morning Do you realize the cause Your appetite is poor What makes it so You seem like a changed person to your friends Do you know what is the matter or has tho chango been so gradual it has escaped your notice S H ilnllii Wl DR ACKERS ENGLISH REMEDY Holiday Goods On December 11 500 11 week ff kfx sale the largest line of fancy goods ever shown in our city 1st wo will have on closed Sunday ODONNELL lt WEITZEL dozen handkerchiefs will be put on sale December 1st We closed out a lino and will sell at a sacriilce lt WEITZEL Mi ODONNELL prices 11 Wo are agents forRendegs Davolin Co of Cincinnati If you contem- Â¬ plate buying one let us make your Seal Skins WEITZEL lt ODONNELL Dont Forjjet If yon are going west that the The Sunday school at this place Nov 9 for the win- Â¬ ter There were four teachers and thirty eight pupils The school was a very successful one and there is no doubt that many good seed were sown for the Master Mr James Riner attended the Teachers Association held at Bridge port last Saturday and came home ringing wet Misses Susie Powers and Carrie Hedges were the guests of Miss Anna Riner Monday evening Miss Lena Crutcher visited the family of Mr W ilerndon the first of the week Tile lsirief stock of flue diamond in Â¬ S THOMPSON iseMHe it Flowers eg Floral Deigns IS PREPARED J TO FILL ALL ORDERS FOR FOR Funerals 281 33 3m Clair strcct tho citv ITm1 31 A ScllicrtS 2M St S ot weaainss TelsTolaoaae Onmection West Jefferson Sireet - h tV r Louisville Jl Close Observer I just received a large line of clothing for men youths and boys that I Corsets Corsets will sell at astonishing low prices 50 of the best style of corset in all These are all new goods consisting sizes at reduced prices for next week of tho latest and moBt desirable pat Â¬ terns No mark up and down prices ODONNELL WEITZEL 11 lt but one price and that tho cheapest WILL YOU SUFFER with dyspep- Â¬ Call and see for yourself at Ed Harris sia and Liver Complaint Shilohs Corner Main St Clair Vitalizer is guaranteed to cure you 27 For sale by J W Gayle TOBACCO LOUISVILLi Tho best and cheapest line of ladies MARKET and misses and childrens underwear hosiery can bo found at DURRETT FURNISHED BY OLOVER Â¬ Flaunted the skull and cross bones their en Your modern sign defiantly at tho masthead pirate not on the high seas but upon tho high reputation of standard remedies skulks under various disguises His hole and corner traffic has never to any degree affected Hostetters Stomach Bitters although that standard Invlg orant and corrective has long been the shining mark at which his shafts have been directed Cheap local bitters composed of fiery unrectl fled stimulants with an Infusion or extractÂ¬ possibly of some tonlo bark are still sometimes recommended as identical with or sim Â¬ ilar to or possessing virtues kindred to those of Americas chosen family medicine These perish speedily while tho great subduer and preventive of disease pursues its successful career overcoming malaria dyspepsia ner- Â¬ vousness kidney troubles constipation and rheumatic ailments not only on this but on any continents The Buccaneers of OIl St Louis Air Lino run Louisville tho finest trains in the world between MAYHALL TAIT At the residence of the Louisville and St Louis Trains brides lather In this county on Tuesday Nov Mr UilohallotUmLvUlleMNiJMbs leaving at 810 a m daily equipped lMh TippJohn Re Tliu by TSteeuon ollielitlntf with Pullman perfected safty steam Ella heated day coaches parlor and din Â¬ BORN ing cars Trains leaving Louisville at 915 p m equipped with day 17 PARSONS In this city on Monday November lb90 to Judge It R Parsons and nlle a coaches and Pullman drawing room J0H2T T BUCKLEY fllM - Mr m iyi f T ITVff IT J If you wish comfort safty and JD11UU quick time be sure and call for tick ets via the Air Line Any information GOINS At tho residence other son Francis Wednesday November this regarding maps rates etc will be Coins In Mrs county onGolns widow of the late 10 ltJJO promptly furnished by writing to Noah Coins and sister In law of Cunt Sanford B L Bryant Gons of this city Trav Pass Agt 10 tf Louisville Ky R H sleepers daughter Jueensuare and Fancy China Tea Sets 56 pieces 33 Dinner Sets fiom SS50 up The larg Â¬ Central Kentucky to select presents est stock 111 fiom if W Cook Stoves from 3 up Stoves Tinware and Home Furnishing Goods Heating Stoves fiom 475 up No Damaged Goods AETTEH CHICKEN Plumbing and Gas Fitting Tin Roofing and Guttering Job work of all kinds in both branches done promptly and guaranteed to be first class I hwc the largest stock in my different lines to be found in Central Kentucky and at prices that are beyond all competitors Give me a call 1 Cholera Cure JOEBT T BUCKLEY 11 lt WEITZEL ODONNELLS LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE health and Sales on our market for tho week sweet breath secured by Shilohs Catarrh Remedy Price 50 cents just closed amountto 2398 hhds with Nasal Injector free For sale by J receipts for tho same period of 4S5 27 hhds Sales on our markot sinco Jan Â¬ W Gayle mm uary 1st amount to 131122 hhds Five Thousand Hogsheads Jack Sale of tho crop of 1S90 on our mar Â¬ Long agent has 5000 well seasoned ket to this date 10 hhds Thousands of dollars worth of Tho market remains unchanged tobacco hogBheads for sale 11 tf from our report of last week tho chickens die every year from Choi medium good and lino grades in era It is more fatal to chickens than Mexican Onyx clocks tlie latest styles sweet condition remaining firm and all other diseases combined But the at M A Scllierts tho jeweler activo with a slight activity in tho discovery positivd m lower grades Tho now crop still cures has of a remedy thatto be conbeen made and it Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria continues to come in very slowly but the offerings have been taken at vinced of its efficacy only requires a Miles Nerve and Liver good prices considering tho quality trial A 5o cents bottle is enough for of tho tobacco Pills one hundred chickens It is guar The following quotations fairly anteed If after using two thirds of An important discovery They act on tho liver stomach and bowels ropresont our market for hurley a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly through tho nerves A now prineiplo tobacco satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken They speedily euro billiousness bad Trash dark or damaged 2 00 3 50 tobacco Cholera return it to the undersigned constipa- Â¬ taste torpid liver piles and 8 00 and your money will be refunded tion Splendid for men womon and Colory trash not colory 4 00 3 50 5 00 children Smallest mildest surest Common lugs 8 00 14 00 Colory lugs For Sale by Samples free at 30 doses for 25 cents 9 00 7 00 1 Common J W Gayloa Frankfort Ky 45 ly Medium toleaf loaf 9 00 16 00 good H CARPENTER 10 00 25 00 DA full line of Rogers trinplo plated Good to fine fillers silverware at M A Selberts 283 St Select or wrappory 33 00 25 00 leaf 8 5U Clair street SOUTH SIDE DRUGGISTS CATARRH CURED fttt for wlthlu easy reach 1 vV St Infants and Children Constipation Sour Stomach Diarrhoea Eructation Kills Worms giTea slttp and promotes Â¬ I recommend It as superior to njr prescription II A Archm M D known to mo 111 So Oxford St Brooklyn N Y CftstorUts so well adaptl to children that Caatorlft cores Colic 1 dJ- - Without injurious medication For several years I have recommended your Castoria and shall always continue to do so as it lias invariably produced beneficial reaulta Edwin F Pardm M Df Too Winthrop 125th Street and 7th Ave New York City Â¬ Tho uso of Castoria is so universal and Jta merits bo well known that it seems a work of supererogation to endorse It Few are the intelligent faratlioa who do uotkeep Castoria New York City Late Pastor Bloomlngdalo BeZormed Church 1 Tra CsnTAim Comtakt V Mubjut Strmt Nbw Yobk P gSHgggBSggESBggB TrATT ATIT1 WE ARK OTH A TV7 t Oar 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 CLOTHING BOOTS SHOES HATS AND FURNISHINGS See below what the Great Clothing and Ever on sale in Central Kentucky Shoe House has to say about Prices MENS SUITS Mens Overcoats 5 00 4 00 to 5 50 to 7 50 7 50 to 10 00 10 00 to 16 50 435 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 sec these goods and one half price save yourselves big money Mens Shoes Childrens Shoes 35c to 2 ss 50 500 Mens Suits 250 300 120 Mens Satinetts 00 15 00 40 00 We show the best stock of these goods shown in this country and defy comparison 12 210 Mens Ulsters 175 Mens Overcoats and Ulsters 160 Overcoats and Ulsters 32S Mens Fine Dress Overcoats 00 to 3 75 to 8 00 to 1 1 00 to 15 00 to 3 4 00 7 50 Boys Shoe a good oneibr I 00 The Best 2 50 guaranteed boys whole stock calf Shoe in the market 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 I 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 1 25 to 5 00 Any style and price you want We have about 3000 Caps slightly damaged by fire and waterinat we are selling at 10c 15c 25c You should not fail to seethis 35c 50c and 75c stock at Bfflws Suits and Overcoats Boys Suits Long Pants and Overcoats 78 Boys Suits Long Pants 141 3 35 Childrens Overcoats go 85 1 1 67 83 61 - 50 75 2 12 00 50 3 75 5 178 93 10 00 Boys Overcoats commence 1 50 1 75 2 3 00 4 00 5 00 up to 20 00 We have a grand stock of these goods and we never miss selling them to 3 50 to 5 00 to 10 00 to 20 00 00 2 50 175 50 3 00 4 00 up to I 25 to 160 Childrens Suits 1200 3 00 to 1000 Childrens Knee Pants 25 35 50 up o 2 00 00 00 25 2 25 7 1 Half Price and Less BOOTS 15 BOOTS go 75 to 1 25 to 1 50 to 2 00 to 1 Trunks I 2 5 Trunks Furnishing Goods 60 Doz Domet Over Shirts 35c 52 Doz Small check Outing Shirts very fine and strong and heavy at only Coc 30 Doz Splendid Mitts 25c 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 SplendidLinen Collars only Large Stock Suspenders 15c 20c 25c up to I 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 2 1 Cases Boys Boots 65 Cases Mens Heavy Boots Gibbs Allen Water proof Boots or money refunded 00 50 00 The largest and best line of Trunks ever shown by us on our 2d and 3d floor 5 00 00 guaranteed Bags Bags Traveling Bags 50c to 20 00 grade you can possibly wish 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 anyj quality or 8c ROBES ROBES We have just received ur second importation of Wolf and Black Bear Robes Prices 5 00 to 18 50 Wool Robes 3 50 to 8 00 50 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 4 o CLrtli LOUISVILLE and Jefferson Crutch er Sz Starks BWITCMfrffffffiJffrTfffTTOirBiHcStdgMBi Opposite Oit3r FRANKFORT Hall TJBBBBBBHBBffrJBBBWBHBBBHBBEBq vWiiWEKSmxn imww