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The feEO A Frankfort Roundabout A LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS KY NOVEMBER 29 1890 TERMS 100 In Advance Volume XIV Council Proceedings ADJOURNED MEETING FRANKFORT tion of Mr Charles E Borgman consisted of fifteen pieces and was most efficient Â¬ Number 12 Letter Front Arkansas Ozark Franklin Co Ark CLEAR THE TRACK FULL CAR LOADS Nov 18th 1893 Dear Roundabout If you will al low me the space I will verify my promise made you some time ago and at the same time answer many j questions of inquiry that have been propounded to me recently by sever- Â¬ We are al private correspondents in the southern terminus of tho Ozark mountains immediately upon the The river hills AakaiiBas river mountains valleys and level tracts of local prairie are so inter associated that at an elevation a few hundred feet above this town and from the ruj Jjwpuivn top of one of our local mountains an At the Opera House to night observer can get a view that beggars description in point of beautiful scen tne xeesiown pine An Honest Swede tells his story in ery This country is lull oi nonest The communication was referred plain but unmistakable language for social and industrious people cotton to tho Street Committee to report the benefit of the public One of is the staple product and it is re- On motion of Mr Wakefield the my children took a severe cold and joicing to the eye andear to hear and Gas Committee was instructed to got the croup I gave her a tea see the farmers some picking cotton have three additional lamp posts spoonful of Chamberlains Cough some ginning and some astride of the placed on Shelby street south of W Remedy and in five minutes later I large bale and with the old time H Sneeds gave her one more By this time Kentucky ox whip in hand driving After appointing the officers of she had to cough up the gathering in great loads of cotton each day into election thj Council adjourned until her throat Then she went to sleep town with the native Arkansas oxen next TuesQay night at 730 oclock and slept good for fifteen minutes An average of about fifty bales per Then she got up and vomited then day have been coming into town went back to and slept sold to be Dr Household Oint Â¬ she the remainder bed tho night good someshippedginned and all to be here She and for of Corn does well ment got the croup the second night and I it is now selling at 65cts per bushel and Is the finest cure in tho world It gave her the same remeds with the often 75cts at private sale This counabsolutely cures catarrh It cures same good results Iwritothisbecause try is thickly wooded with post oak Cures I thought there might be some one in some pino and otner timDer neuralgia and rheumatism Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum the same need and not know the true Schools are abundant and all well in the most soothing manner Cures merits of this wonderful medicine patronized Every school district Thomptseen Des has a number one school house proInflamed and Granulated Eyelids Charles A Cores Coughs and Colds Can be Moines Iowa 50 cent bottles for vided with maps charts globes 8 1m Cuts bruises sale by J W Gayle taken internally chalk blackboards bells and una- Â¬ Teachers well burns chilblains sores of long stand Â¬ bridged dictionary ing corns and bunions are cured From St Joseph Hospital paid by the month Besides the quickly different from all else supe- Â¬ public schools most every village rior to all else it has no equal 25 and has an elegant private school or 50c boxes large size cheapest Sold A young girl here had been suffer- Â¬ seminary or college Here in Ozark at Phil Carpenters drug store South ing for 12 years with Blood Diseases wi hnvfl tho Vrjiniclin Female Semi- - v 52 Side until she had lost the use of her nary This is a line scnpoi una a mil i- limbs and was subject to many trou- Â¬ corns of teachers lor all the uepan- has bles incident to the Excursion to tlie Dayton physicians declared diseaseher The ments Mrs Lea music charge of the and German life departments of that Ten n Land Sale would come to a speedy end After The whole people here look at the For the grand sale of lots and lands taking s S S Bhe recuperated so Seminary as the pride of this country Your humble servant will begin iwiii woiuun u i iasc that it was plain that she had 5 agents Queen and Crescent Route obtained a new lease on life and she teaching in the public school tho first Ve have been living will sell tickets to Dayton and Keturn continued to crow better until her of December at low excursion rates good ten days permanent cure IS assured Many in this State but five weeks yet we irom aato oi sale Dayton IS now a nthnrs imtlentH in our hosoital have have come in contact with so much citv of 5000 situated on the Queen obtained siminl honeflt from S S S hospitality that I seem a native I Crescent Route in the beautiful and it has become quite a favorite in cannot close this letter without Tennessee Valley surrounded by an our house mentioning the fact that this State is inexhaustible supply of coal iron proudly blessed with Josiah H The St Joseph Hospital and timber Two furnaces are now Highland 111 Shinn as State Superintendent of Pub in full blast and behind in orders lic Instruction A better and more Two flour mills pump works planing energetic man never directed the helm mill brick works and other indus- Â¬ Cured Herself and Her of education for Arkansas I must not tries Ample accommodation at the forget to mention my boy who is now Child hotels for all who come Pull partic- Â¬ fourteen months old and is able to ulars on application to agents Queen He is S S S has relieved mo of a terrible scamper about everywhere Crescent Route Scrofula from which I had suffered strong and healthy so far and we for years It affected my nose first thank God for having giving us such narries off tho bone a little boy CANT SLEEP NIGHTS ns fiatirrh thento eit until it destrov- - Arkansas is The llora indigenous to now sweetly scenting and continued Is the complaint of thousands suffer- Â¬ ed tho sort bone m the right side of most every vara and lawn witn an ing from Asthma Consumption the nose then went to my throat auronia that haunts the passerby and Coughs etc Did you over cry Dr and later on to my lungs and it tills his souls with natural interoga Ackners English Remedy It is the looked as if I was doomed S S S tions Wo are now enjoying fresh best preparation known for all Lung has cured mo and also cured my new potatoes of the second crop for Troubles Sold on a positive guaran Â¬ little daughter of tho same disease dinner and of course seasoned them tee at 25c and 50c with regular butter produced by Mrs N Ritchey Mackey Ind 9 has J W Gayle Druggist Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases cotton seed through the cow It past rained a great deal here the mailed free autumn but we have now delightful SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Tlie Little Tycoon warm and sunny weather I am glad Atlanta Ga Academy Last Night to notice the improvements in Frank- Â¬ fort and in Central Kentucky I am Excursions to always glad to welcome the Round- Thoro is an indescribable some- Â¬ Half Ocala Fla thing about Willard Spensers Little about inour home Will cheerfully notice any private letter from relatives Tycoon that always pleases and last nights performance at tho Excursion tickets to Ocala Florida or friends with an eye always upon and return will be sold by agents the happiness and prosperity of my Academy was no exception The large audience listened with Queen Orescent Route on Novem- Â¬ former homo and associates i am yours very truly interest to all the bright spicy ber 28th and 29th at stations between J B Lea music and gazed at tno rich Jap Cincinnati and Chattanooga at one anese costumes and tho neniitifnl faro for tho round trip good for stage settings with wonder and three days on account of the Nation al rarmers Alliance and industrial A Fortva aio Woirnn amazement Full Last season an excellent company Union December 1st to 15th Mrs Mary L Baker of Ovid Mich gave tho Tycoon but this years is particulars on a pplication to agents has reason to bo very thankful She a better company and additional Queen and Orescent Route was a great sufferer from heart dis Â¬ interest attaches to the production ease for years Was short of breath in tho presence of Mr Willard Spen A DUTY TO YOUKS1BLF had hungry spells pain in side flut ser the originator of every line and people will use note of tho popular opera who in It is surprising that pill when they tering faintnoss etc After taking two bottles of Dr Miles New Heart a common ordinary person manages tho troupe Then can secure a valuable English one foi Cure she says I am better than for the scenerythe panorama of New 20 years My mind and eyesight have same Ackers York harbor and tho rich setting of the pills money Dr euro for Eng improved wonderfully I advise all sich aro a positive lish the masquerading scone are perfect hendiiaha and sill liver troubles Thov persons thus auncted to uso this the novelty of tho one and tho rich Â¬ great remedy J w uayio drug- ness of tho other being especially are small sweet easily taken and do inst recommends and guarantees it not gripo noticeable 0 J W Gayle Druggist Dr Miles work on Heart Disease Miss Milliard as Violet was capti Â¬ containing marvelous testimonials vating her singing and acting of tho free part being far and away the best yet HACKMETACK a lasting and seen hero So was the Dolly of Miss fragrant perfume Price 25 and 50 Lucetto cents Tho best dark calicoes at 5 cents Miss as Miss Hurricane tho 10 3t 28 For salo by J W Gayle J L Rodman Son fair fat and forty ohaperono of tho tender school girls was quite clever whilst Mr Aldrich Libby as Alvin Barry displayed a good tenor voice Highest of all in Leavening Power U S Govt Report Aug j x88o and easo of acting In tho principal role of Gen Knick Â¬ erbocker Mr J H Ryloy was im mense and in his topical song Frankfort Nov 25 90 Present President Smith and Coun cilmen Haly Milam Mangan Wil Â¬ liams and Wakefield Buckloy Councilmen Absent Miles and Tobin The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved Petition of Officer Larkin asking to be relieved of tne tine imposed by Mm iiniipt In fJio ftlinwnltm onsn On motion of Mr Milam the Clerk was directed to pay the fine A communication was received from Dave Pevoler announcing that ho had completed the plan walk on i The electrical effects which re- Â¬ quired much time and labor all dur ing yesterday were in smooth work- Â¬ ing order and proved a valuable addition Last nights performance was in every way a great success and Mr Berger is to be congratulated on the good results of his efforts to please and to give the public of Richmond theatrical productions with no stintÂ¬ ing of details etc rne company plavs two more nights and to morrows matinee and will certainly bo well patronized i HOLIDAY GOODS FOB T TZESZE GHAUD OPENING DECEMBER -- 4 TIEIIEj- - n RACKET STORE COME EARLY GET CHOICE BEFORE THE i i BIGsrV - - IVlcC LUR ETJSH EaT - Hales I Is receiving daily his Fall Stock of Â¬ 1 Â¬ DllUiij j iujiii i have a large stock of the very best r goods i and having n ft uv - j t h O m wvi V i it iij unw n viaiii Kt1I3 hv leather can f r tlie present give our friends goods at the old prices Our KY - jlv- CV fi 11 1 I Â¬ BUELL BOOTS Are the only real water proof boots Our ILR0AD BOX BOOTS Are extra Our if at the Fare 250 -- BOOT m j Is we think best for the money iu the country a Al OJ S Â¬ K McCLURE HEADQUARTERS FOR- - Â¬ l Â¬ MJLSTIK BROSBHgiKMorseMfiii Sporting 3 I t43 j hk Hunting Suits Mi Shell Â¬ You was forced to respond to many encores Tho rest of tho cast wore all good not omitting tho eccentric Teddy of Mr Joseph Mealy and tho rich voico of Mr J Aldrich Libby And now a word for tho chorus and orchestra Tho formor is beau Â¬ tifully drilled sings with much vim and goes through tho frequent and odd manuals with plenty of grace and spirit Tho latter under tho able diroc- - Now Thats What I Think Dont Rfel Powder 5SgiJ ABSOLUTELY PURE lui2 Baking iGUNS ORDERED AT WHOLESALE PRICES I L We handle nothing but STANDARD GOODS and our prices we guarantee Examine our Stock Before Purchasing Elsewhere G 4 rvm at UMwaMMivimmmtrvriFm ii in iwiw ii iiiiwii m tm i i iimimni iw i jsv rjr x- - - - 7S rcEtt vB i vV sv4 TTWHr7Jihtkac--iW---lijW-1st jr iKt uuhkmiv vflkB -v r nimiiyi ta2 if rs iriniraiirTTr iBrfc rmvA mmr rrrr ir mwMwrim rrM r nfitt - fyjrvvf r - --w-- Hr t - iwisr f - 11GJ- - vVJiMlMHX Mtivzrf 111 Wl f aSsB 1 Toys Toys Toys The most complete stock ever seen in the city is to be found at XI Vi Bv PIBiwi Jlw Fl yf QFfcjfF TliB irE xr f jJ fc v BtSHHBHEHilEVs lA v II If oi AHLE Ww Everybody is invited to call and look through and see the many novelties and note tbe low prices Goods ordered will be laid aside until wanted REMEMBER THE PLACE SOaTERJfc AHLER Cloaks at Cost The supper was given in honor A large stock of new cloaks at cost Col Breckinridge and the of We are overstocked Miss Lizzie Pickett is visiting rela- Â¬ other gentlemen were members of l0 3t J L Rodman SpN tives in Paris his old regiment the 9th Kentucky The evening was 75 misses and childrens Col 1 B Isnll of Louisville spent Calvary 0 S A Tuesday in this city very pleasantly spent in talking over from 125 up to SS00 All of cloaks them Miss Maggie A Lewis is visiting old times and the little party broke have been reduced in price 11 lt WEITZEL ODONNELL up at a late hour expressing the friends in Lexington Carlisle wish that they might soon enjoy a Hon Green R Kellar oi was in the city on Monday similar meeting of old comrades The best indigo blue calico at 6 cents Wednesday Miss Carrie Selbert left l0 3t J L Rodman Son Located at tlie ap morning to visit friends in Lexington Miss Birdie Fowler of Paducah Mr Lee J Dudley of this city has is the guest of Mrs Caswell Bensecured a position with a real estate nett Arm at Middlesborough and will Miss Emma Morris returned Satur- Â¬ make that thriving young city his day from a visit to friends in Louisfuture home ville Miss Lizzie Pryor of Staunon Improvements Va is visiting the Misses Mangan this city Mr John W Gault has laid a subSt Vitus Dance Cured Mrs Helen McClure and children Ban Andreas Cal Co Cal Fcbr 1S09 parents at Stamping stantial sidewalk in front of his prop- Â¬ are visiting her years old was My erty on the east side of Logan street that boboy 13 not go to school bo affected by It Ground could for 2 years Two Nerve Tonio restored Mrs L T Garrard is visiting her and is building a stone wall in front bottles of Pastor Koenlgs he Is now attending his natural health and daughter Mrs Wm Cheatham in of the old Kirk property on the west school again MICHAEL OOONNEL Louisville side of Logan and putting a stone Mrs P H Newman and Mrs foundation under the house CURED AFTER SIX YEARS Charles E Haff were in Lexington on Mr H R Williams is putting up Mankato Minn Sept 30th 87 Monday last To it may concern hereby certify a stone wall in front of his lot at the thutlwhom tried many great physicians by havo Miss Effle Hill left Wednesday corner of Main and Cross streets reputation in the largo cities in tho west and morning to spend Thanksgiving with with a view to building a house upon for six years I sought for ono skillful enough to cure my daughterof a nervous disease but friends in Louisville without success 1 was than induced to try tho it next spring KKV E KOENIQ of ForflWnvno Inri who was Mr A J Campbell of Lexington reported as being very successful in treating was in the city Tuesday shaking diseases of this character und I nrn pleased to Free Kindergarten say thatby his skillful treatment my daughter hands with his old friends was in a short timo completely cured and ho refused Miss Merrie Gillum left Wednesday his There will be a meeting at the services toI accept any compensation for any cheerfully recommend him to morning to spend Thanksgiving Chapel of the Christian Church Tues- Â¬ parties needing his services My daughter nnd with friends at Anchorage over hold tho day afternoon next at 2k oclock in myself will romemberaneo reverend gentleman U grateful Congressman Jas B McCreary was the interest of the Louisville Free JOHN SCHWEITZER Subscribed and one of the visitors at the Constitu- Â¬ 1110 this 80th Miss lay or September sworn to before M DAVIS Association Kindergarten A D 1887 W tional Convention on Tuesday Clerk of Municipal Court Munkato Minn Anna E Bryan Superintendent of the Mrs John Morgan and Miss Hallie Oar Pamphlet for sufferers of nervous Herndon of Lexington spent Thurs Â¬ Normal Classes and Mrs Lunsford eases-will be sent free to any address and Yandell will be present and the for poor patients can also obtain this medicine day in this city visiting relatives free of charge from ub been preparod by Mr Marvin Averill who is study- Â¬ mer will give a talk explanation of This remedy hasFort Wayne Ina tho Reverend for the past Pastor KccniB ing pharmacy in Louisyille was in the Kindergarten work and answer ten years and of now prepared under his direc is city Thursday visiting his father any questions which those interested tion by tho the KOEMO MEDICINE CO and friends may ask It will be a rare opportu- Â¬ 60 Wtlt XtdlMB Off Clinton Bt CHICAGO ILL Mrs Wm Neal who has been vis nity for any who wish to become SOLD BY DRUCGISTS iting relatives at Burlington Iowa acquainted with the aims and Price 91 per Bottle 6 Bottles for 95 for the past month returned home Kinder- Â¬ J W GAYLE Druggist Frankfort Ky methods of the wonderful Saturday last Miss Hermia Combs of Linneus garten movement Missouri will arrive in this city 500 dozen handkerchiefs will be put Tuesdaj and remain several mon on on sale December 1st We closed relatives visiting friends and ths out a line and will sell at a sacrifice Mr Chas D Bercaw of the L WEITZEL ODONNELL 11 lt N who has been taking a pleasure CHICKEN trip through the South for the past 50 of the best style of corset in all three weeks returned Tuesday Cholera Cure Buckley Mrs Pat Mc- Â¬ sizes at reduced prices for next week Mrs Jno 11 WEITZEL ODONNELL Personal Lost A small silver open case watch with a shoestring guard and a piece ofred ribbon attached either in this city or on Stoney Creek pike A reasonable reward will be paid for its return to this ofllco or to Jas F 1 t Arnold Harvieland Ky List of Registered Voters Elections December 6th 1890 and January 3 1891 FIRST Arnold P D Abrahams Jno E Allen Thos Berry Hiram Brown Brcwn Brown Bob No I m Mil HIS ROOMS Praising Him Crowded and Everybody Satisfied and Many WARD Adkins F M Aubrey Jose Allen C W Boyd M 4 w ir 1 E se Lucicn Â¬ Bennett C Â¬ Win Buckner Tom Butcher Morrison Betts Chas jr Baker James Boclair 0enr Brown Judah Browder S P Buckner Chas Brewer James Busey Luke Bridgeford W Butler Isaac Banta II G Bacon B R Black Louis Banta E L B Â¬ Brooks Moses Brown O B Blanklnship Bacon Berry Black Bates H C G F W H 1 Barrett D C Baker Wm Burk J L Beatty Albert Bohannon Jos L Buckner Bob lifliiiiaii8BiBBliffi 1 ri Banta L B Buckins Eugene Brown Harlan Burbridge Ben Berry James Bailey George James Buckner James Bohannon Jno W Bull F D Butcher Moses Brawner Morgan Beatty John Buford Strother Blayney Mc J Cluskey a X 1 Si r I c Frank No 2 Barrett Guy Brown Robt Bull S C i Booker Spencer Baker J H Baird Foster Brooks Marshall asi IM VlHlHiKjJs W And R REA M D dis- SURGEON AND SPECIALIST In churge or the Electrical nnd Surgical Department of tho Coffee Medlcul Institute Louisville Ky at the Â¬ Conway Alex Coleman Pat Corbctt Pat Caisell Jno H Cox Joe Chambers James Chiles James Church Richd Cole Lucien Crier Spencer Crittenden R J Compton Louis jr Cultcr Wm M Carpenter P H Coke W B Crutcher B T Collins Taylor Cull G S ti - Â¬ CAPITAL HOTEL FRANKFORT SATURDAY DEC 20 1 Day Compton L F Chinn Frank Corbett Jno Carr Henry Corbett L G AUTER lt Donald and Mrs M Buckley were visiting in Lexington on Monday THE REV GEO H THAYER of and returned on Tuesday evening Bothmysell ana Bourbon Mrs wife owelnusays Mrs Anthony McConnell and our lives to SHILOHS George Scrughamof Lexington who CONSUMPTION CURE have oeen visiting the family of Mr 28 For sale by J W Gayle Thomas Tanner returned home --Wednesday morning 50 pieces of dress goods in all styles Miss Adele Gaines who is attend Â¬ and colors at special prices next ing school at Nicholasville is spend Â¬ week ing the Thanksgiving holidays at 11 lt ODONNELL WEITZEL home accompanied by her friends Misses Fannie Combs of Lexington On December 1st we will have on and Carrie Jones of Nicholasville sale the largest lino of fancy goods over shown in our city s vvV Daniel G W Dilger Al diagnosing and treating diseases and deformi Duke George ties lie Kill give 50 for any case that he can not tell the disease and where located in live Dorsey Henry minutes He will return to Frankfort every Duvall Dr A four weeks this year Treats all Curable Medlcul and Surgical Dis Davidson C E Drane Geo C eases Acute Chronic Catarrh Diseases or the Eye Ear Nose Throat and Duke Chas r Lungs Dyspepsia Brlghts Disease Dla- Davidson S N betes Kidneys Liver Bladder f i Drane Geo K unromc reinaie anu sex- Hu Â¬ Â¬ Returning every month during the yer Dr lieu has been connected with the largest hospitals In the country and liaa no superior In Cromie W J Choate E K Chinn Dr C B Coleman Milton Cromie Joe D Craig Geo Culler Henry Canada Thornton Chiles Ed Collins C E Caplinger Albert Culter Hardin Coke Jno D Cain J Andrew Compton Frank Cole Dick Caldwell George Duke W G Duvail Henry Drane E M Dean n s 5 i 4 u f Diiger A Dowling Richd Davis Louis Dunlap Jno Dunnigan II C Dawson Merit Jno uai uibeases Epilepsy or Ciared A Positive G Taaraaatee UTits Young ana Micdle Aged Men kml xffKKvwuSuf axu Isi HkyxiBHkViiiiflt it VlflBnRllllWft till If us tho result of self abuse In youth or excess In maturer years and other causes producing some of the following e Meets as emissions blotches Ideas aversion to society defective memory and sexual exhaustion which unlit the victim for business or marriage are permanently cured by Suffering from Spermatorrhea and Impotency debility nervousness dizziness confusion of Xccttired in Louisville 11 lt 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 French Wm Forbes Timothy Franklin W M Frazier Ed Fields Lindwiy Fincel C W Fincel Henry Fincel Jno Fincel George Fellmer E A Fortune S T Flynn Robt Frazier R A Furr C C Fields Ben Finnell Louis Garnet Jerry Grant Jno Glenn Jno E ulore Jack Glore Chas W Green Wm Griffin Jno D Garrett Paul Graves Jno Ed Gordon Robt Groves Chris Grabam J W Glore Thornton Gault W L Glore Bob Glore Louis Graves Jno Bedford WA WEITZEL JO ODONNELL remedies not Injurious Goins Canada Griffey Win t I Rev George Darsie delivered a lec ture at the First Christian Church Louisville last night to a large audi- Â¬ ence I IC 13 Old Comrades Meet Mr W J Lewis gave a splendid supper at Belair his elegant resi Â¬ dence near Woodlake this county on Friday evening of last week at which a number of his old comrades in the Confederate Army were entertained Those present were Hon W 0 P Breckinridge and wife of Lexington Messrs Elly Blackburn of Georgetown W A Gaines of Bourbon county Henry Halloy and E P Halley of Scott county and Thomas W and J E Scott and A of this county W Macklin Â¬ SHAW At tlie residence of his son at Jetts on Wednesday Nov 20 1630 Mr Jno It Shuw aged 01 yearn Mr Shaw whs for years connected with the Kentucky Prison as superintendent of the blacksmith shop and was a painstaking con Â¬ scientious man Ho made friends of all with whom he came In contact was an honorable upright citizen and will be missed greatly We extend to his bereaved family our heartfelt sym Â¬ L A 0 pathy In this their great loss of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined cures Thousands BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES Sypnlllsnnd complications as sore throat fall lug of hair pain In tho bones eruptions etc are perfectly eradicated without using mercury or otherlnjurlous drugs Gonorrhoea Gleet Stricture and all Urinary und Kidney Troubles are speedily cured by treat ment that lias never failed He undertakes no incurable cases but cures thousands given up to die Â¬ But the Â¬ sr w Bakers Famous Headache Specific cures where other medicines fail It is the best one trial will convince you Sold by Wickliffe Chapman 2 314 Main street The best cents 10 12J cent ginghams at L 7J discovery of a remedy that positively it has been made and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents bbttle is enough for one hundred chickens It is guaranteed If after using two thirds of a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded Â¬ Remember the Date Remember the date and come early as his rooms are always crowded wherever he stops CONSULTATION FREE Correspondence solIcltedandconfldentlal Gatewood Sm Ad Â¬ 3t J Rodman Son For Sale by dress lar Do not forgot you can buy any long cloak in our store at 25c on the dol- Â¬ 11 P H CARPENTER I Coffee NO Medical Institute Gayle Geo W Graham Jno Gayle R H Gault H S Gray David Glore Major Glore Jno T Gordon Will H Gordon Fred Graves James Graham W L Green Warren Graham Ben Gault Jno W Gaines S M Gray F V Gayle Clarence Glore Louis Gorman Jas Graham Jordan Gordon Cummins Goodwin W G m M Graham Wm 620 F1FTHSTREET LOUIBVDLIiE KY lt WEITZEL ODONNELL SOUTH SIDE DRUGGISTS Herring Sanford Hughes E J Hall Dr W H Handy Laugh Heency Jas Harvy Josh Continmd em mxt faff tflf BHBS mth s i I L v ckfcW jtjlifil ai la 6imJ6uiL Hlnton Alexander Haydon no Huhbell D f Ilicattc II L Herndon W C Hlne Thos H Hyde H J Hiuattc Estin Wright Jno P Wade Walker Wheat Geo H y Hays Jnn Huffman Geo Hnrvey Basil Hardin J C Ilnyilcn Jas F t HubboH Joe Hucklc Harvey Humphries Thos F Harpold Rilev Hcpperd Taylor Hiues E W Ilauschilds Felix Holmes Jas Hnbbell A Y Harrod Jno S Howar Gins Holeman Geo Hughes J W Hampton Den Washington Ben Williams J Price Weitzel Geo B Whitehousc Geo Wilson Jno Wright Williams Hub L Marion M Louis Kccmon Chas Kellar Chas Kirtley A T Williams E M Weitzel J B Knight Peter Ward Wallace Lightburn Rial Watson R T Lucas Thos Wright W L Laughford Randall WUHanis M II P Lane Edward Lillis Pat Welis Elijah Lyons Louis Wilson R B Washington Kernon R Kirtley J E Knor Frank Kershaw J E Letcher Henry Luscher Otto Luckett Win B Luscher Sig Lynch Ed Long J II Lyon Robl Willis Ed Welch Jas Washington Geo Ward Patrick William Jno B Weitzel Lucas Wilson Henry Warren L B Young Young Lewis William Michael Williams B G William Harry Weitzel Jno Wilder Geo W Williamson E L Kendall C L Kratzel I Knight Thos Kiucade Thos Lawsou Anthony Lindsey Jno B Loomis Ed Lindsey W T Knight Tom Kelly Chas Ktrk W II Logan Willis Woods G Waggoner Williams Yeagel M A B M D Letcher Geo Lamb Thos Luscher Sam Louis Orlando Lane Jas Lane Wm Long J S Lawrence W J Lewis Chostine Lowrey Alex Long Jas No 2 Lyons Arthur Long L B Limson W F Geo Yeager J F E Lone Isaac Lewis S Luikeineit T r W C JNO HARROD Clerk Luckett G Johnson Jno W Johnson Kelly Johnson Hen Jett V L Johnston 0 L Johnson Jas L Jennings Nathan Jones Americus James C E Jones Jno L Johnson Jno Will Jeffrie W H Jackson Andiew Johnson Sam Jett Peter Kessler Walter Kavanaugh Frank Kerncn J C Kavanaugh H II Kleber Jno Junes Marcus A Johnson L F Johnson Henry Johnson Stapc Keys F W SECOND WARD Allen Roln Ahler Peter Abler Henry J Abler Jacob All Casper Allen Sanford Aubrey J P Abbott J L Allison Jesse Alcorn Thos Anderson Wm Anderson Richard Allen Jno Buckner Ford Brooks Thos L Banks Eugene lliislan Jerry Butler Jno Blacklcy G T Long W II Lillis Jno J McCurdy Sam Morris O car Meagher M J Mundv Abe Merna WJ Lee Russ Lynch Dan Moore Miller Muke Miller Moore Zer T CHURCH Clerk THIRD WARD Dave S Loui Essex J M Midion Con Maxej Jno Molin Ilcetiii Jesse Abrams Mack Agee Robt Averill T P A lie age Armstrong Wm Arvin Wm Agee Diviil Averill W H Minter Archdeacon John Armstrong Alex Biiley H N Louis Eil Louis L C Lewis Chas Lewis Granville Lane Jno Lawsou A Linn Clin oui Jno Lowrey Gran 1 Lumpkins John Long Jas No Lambert Joe I k 1 P M Baxter Jno Brown Ben Brislan Jno A Bledsoe J C Brown Henry Booker Chas Bulger I no Belf Thos Buffin T F Bu kley M Baker R B Burley Richard Berhndge Dee Berry Innes Baker Dudley Brown J M Burns Berry Bland Bush Kennedy I rank Kermin Frank Kersey Chas E Kibby Jimes Lewis Geo A Lowery Chas Lindsey I W Lee Henry Lindsey Henry F Peter Itrown Henry Hell Mangan Lewis Mathews Jas Morehead Henry McDonald Jno Meagher Dan McDonald Pat Mitchell Gen W Mandeviile W G Millet Al mo Morris Geo McCowan Henry Marshall J W Miner Henry McAuliffe Junes Mandlehr Wm Monroe Tom 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J W Desmond C E Dennison Andy Demar Tom Donley John Driscol John Doty D W Dodson Leu Daum George Dom Max Doeblder Louis Evans R A Chambers Chas Clark L T Chinn G W Craig Ed Calmes Mark Chambers Jno Carroll Ben Caldwell Ben Price Harrison Parks W I Parker Mot PhelDS Crutchcr Cannon Jno Collins J S Crowley M C Pittman Posten Dick Dennis George Pollard Samuel Parker E J Powell Jno Parker Jno W Parrent Robt Payne II C Payne Geo L Parker Mason 1arker Joe Page Jeff Sidney Cad Bob Dudley Jas Dean Ben Dean Dm Dorsey Jnor Dean Win son Dangerfield J Dryden J B Dudlev J G Dean Grant Dean Jas Dodson Homer Dehoney Jno M Dudley Henderson Dunn Jno Ewing Nelson Callaghan J B Chamber Colby Campbell Edward Chambers Chas Daily T G Downing Jerry Dandiidge W F Denny Jake Dudley Bush Dehonev R W Dudley W J Denny I Patterson Reuben Parrant Crawford Pearce Andrew Quinn Ross J Dan Peteis Parker Pirker lti Hum Louis Ed D A Henry Penn Josiah Patjerson Frank Peevler Luke Prutel Jno W Peevler Wm Poynler R Pepper R P Page Wick Pleasant Bland Patterson Abe Preston Henry Patlie J II Parker Tom Phelps Jno Poynter J S Quinn Peevler Dave Phillips Geo Polsgrove O B Procter Henry Pickett D W Pittman Ed Poston Frank Peevler Thos Penn Dan Pieston Gran Peters Win Poynter J F Phelps Ambrose Quinley Prjor Flem Prince Mike Darling Robt Quarle Nat Phelps Penn Parson1 Peterson Rodman Reock Henry Phillips R H R Z J R Rohr Jacob Res Jno r 3 Pilkington A Pomerung Herman Russell Bud Rogers J W Keasor Geo Rogers J C Proehl C F JJ Rennick Noah Reading Coleman Robinson Ben Robinson D O Rowland Cliff Roberts Wm Rodman Harry Roberts H II Rodman Jos L Rodman G R Rosby Jno Russell C G Richardson N F Reib Jno H Robinson Jerry Rule P S Rusell Henry 1 Rodman J Jno W L Abe Geo Rucker Geo Jr emenerer Fred Davis Ferguson Dent Louis Evans P S Rielinrdon Dudley Delph Wilford Roberts F H Ellis Cash Richie G W Eiton Jno Rieliaidson Magoffin Ely Dr Jas Reading W T Ellis Edward Kohiusnn lierney Robinson I Ray B K Robinson Win Ryan M K Davi I Dean Newton Duncan Tho Diugherly Robt Davis Theo DailyThos J JJ J H Dian Jno Everhatt Jas Evans K E Flynn W T Ford Titos Foree Jno H Freemont Jno Fuhs Stephen Falkner Henry Foi d Bob Griffy Griffin D Rodman James Michael Strobridge Win Sargent Sam Scruggs Caleb Smith Dow Sullivan Ridley Joe Jno T B Rodman Thos Rogers T P Rodman Rodman Russell Grten Rost Henry M jr Ellwnger Henry Ellwanger Chas Egbert Clarence Freeman Jas Footf Vol Featherston Chas Ford Eli Firestone Green Foy Ben Foree Jno B Elzy Chas Eminerson W P Emmerson O G Stephenson Milton Scofield F M Slaughter Ed Smith Sanil R Stephen1 Kobt Stephens Jno Smith hos Stone Bowman Spaulding Jerry Stepp Dennis Shaw J W Sargent G H Sneed W II Smith Tab Smith Bob Stewart Henry Smiley Still Saffell W S 1 Fields Jno Fletcher Frank Fiunell Amos Fields Geo Fosser Chas Schweers Joseph Shelley James Shinkle G C Sawyier N J Stone T F Stone Jno Southwortb J B Ferguson Richd Finn Thos Fuh P A Ferguson Henry Foley M J Flynn Jno W 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Grcsliam C R Goins James Gordon Fulton Geizer Gotleib Gaines W II Grissom Louis George W B Griffin Andrew Gider Will Warren Andy Milton A Q Gobber Henry Graves Tandy Gariett Steve Goins Sanford W Gobber Joe Gay Green Grant Garrett Tom Goldsmith Frank Graham Gran C Greashaber Jno Ilammell Jas Henry Dud Hunter L R Harvey Richard Hawkins W H Hockerty Gip Harris Austin I Irani Thos Hutchison T J Hall Wm Hume E E Hawkins J W Herancourt Oscar Hamilton J B Heller Jno jr Hnskins Ambrose Haff C E Hampton W F Hawkins Winston Hubbard J C Harris Stevt US Sullivan Morris Stewart J Q A Smith Anderson Sullivan Jas A Sage P J Sayre B F Shaw G C Sower Peter Sanders Sam Stig r Fred Salyers J E Shellv 1hos Schweers J G bchubinger Lamb ert Sciuggs Louis Smith Jno Short Louis Sullivan Dan Sullivan las Samuels Henry Shipinau R W Scruggs Henry Stone Sam Shockley T I Smith Wm Scott Jno L Smith P F Shelberton Albert Sinclair Jno W R A Scott J Andiew Sea Shelton I no Slaien J T Jj Sander Alex Sower Jas Shay Jno E Samuels Tobe Stephens Chas Sutton Geo Smith S F Glanton Jno Gaines Churchill fJoode Byron Gaines W 1 Griffin Dennis sr Gordan Walter Goins Jno Grant J A Gouts Phil Green H W N Stanley James Scott Jas H Streets William Stewart Bob Smith Ed St Clair Horace Stanley Louis Smith Bob Schroff Joe Streets Willie Spears Jno Sample F W Straus Geo Salyers Sam Sargent U V Small Jno Szymanski J W u 1t Greenup T S Gaines Hugh Graham Jas Gaines Jas No Goins Sanfoid Gant Geo Gates Jeff Gales Albert Glanton Dan Coins Landou Giiffin Jno A Graham Bernard Gordon Titos Gordon W T Gieenup I B Green Bob Games Jas I No 2 SchweiboldjTom Scruggs Lon Snow Wm Smith Sidney Scott W P Schweibold Jno Satterwhite K F Sanders Joe Stanley H M Sullivan P A Scale Ed C Shea Sam Sayrc S C Samuels E L i v Gordon Claiborne Gordon Chas Goidan Jas Grant E H Griffey Thos Gayle Gault Harry Garnett Geo G Ian ten W A J W Gates Stone A M Studor Albert Sullivin N A Grant Wm Goins Alex Gorman W Heffner Graham A J Grant Jno Scott W Gu s Robt Ed Smith Aaron Alex Tanner Thos Taylor Reuben Taylor E H Trueliart Wm Thomas Austin Taylor Annanias Thomas Jno II Thomas Jno jr Taylor Kenner Thom on Wingate Thompson G F Thomson Geo B Tracey John Taylor Edmund W Taylor E II jr Utterback J B Utterback W K Vogler C W Verd Clark Vanmeter D A Williams W II Wm White Jas P White Alonzo Washington Geo Wilson Tobin Richd Turner Geo Tanner W L Thomas Gus Todd Jno R Thomason Z T Taylor J Swigert Thomson Horace W K Told J H Taylor Ben Toombs Hicks Frank Haly Cornelius Haly Pat Hocker Henry Hairod Leonidas Holdei J L Holloway L D Todd Thomas R Thompson Frank Tilford Julian Turner T M Utterback Ben Henry Vorhies W L Vest Howard W A Holmes Armslred Henry Jno Huelelt J W Holten Wm Harris Zol Hockersmith J T Haunen Geo Hainan Jas Hutchison F C Handy Sim Harris Ned I locker Jesse Hodges L Y Hoeuoy Innes 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 Veihl Joe VanDerveer Taylor Henry Tompkins Jerome Taylor R H Thomason J E Thomson Will Turner Russell True T D Terrell Newton Turner J M Taylor Edgar Tavloi Geo Taylor J M Hunter Thos Haly E J Hudson W P Harris Edward Haly Jno Harrod Davis H Howard Sam J r Halleck Jerry Harris Louis Holmes Duncan Haly Ed John Hays Nelson Henry Van Dcr veer Ferd J M Winn Stephen Wilson Henry Walston B F Willis Oscar Wade Levi Willis Robt Wren Sanfoul Williams Minus Woolfolk Jas W Wiard W A Watts Jas M Warren Sol Wade Gran UVhite N B WilliamsJAnthony White Henry Woods Letcher B Williams J P Waters Henry Weisiger Henry jr Waters Chas Williams II R Weitzel Louis Woods Kobt Washington Geo W Welch Albert Wilson Jas Williams Dr U V Williams J R Wilson C Y Wallace L C Went Ed C Whitney Chas Fnmk H Mm BHIiF W Williams Higgins Wajts J B Winkler Sid Williams Jno WR Woods Chas Wright Jas L Johnson Will Jackson Jos Jones Jno Johnson E Polk ourden Sanford Johnson W E Johnson Harry Johnson 11 G junper Peter Johnson Kobt Johnson Clark Johnson Ed M Kaltenbrun V Jillson R B Johnson W D Jillson R B jr Johnson E L Johnson J II Johnson W II Jenkins W B Johnson Squire Joyce Thos II Jackson Frank James Sam E Kaltenbrun V Kahr T C Kiucaid Jas Kincaid J W A Whittaker Jno Robt Warren Robt Wolf Eugene Williams Watson Webber August Williams W II Williams Henry Wilder Wilson Wylie Theodore Williams A B Winkler T Wilson W Hardy C E Hendrick Virginius Holmes S B Hanley Jno P Hudson W P Higdon Dick 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 Gran vile Uau ley Jno T Henderson Robt Hunt Pat jr Holmes Jno Higdon Claude Hunt Wm Iivin Robt Jeffers B Jones Ed B Hunt Pat Haly Jno B Hord L Hawkins Louis Hairis Sol Harrod Jas F Harris Ed Hawkins Granville Holmes W T Harris Henry Hensley Tom Hatris Clark Hendrick J B Hickman Henry Travis J P Todd H I jr Twyman Cliap Tobin Jno L Trumbo Major Tremere T P Todd Jas M Tobin L Taylor J T Tobin Jas Taylor Jim Thomas Joe Thompson Beasley Thornton R H Tiusley Wm late Magnus Tracey Jas Todd Bob Thomas Henry Turner Win Thomas Ed Tate Lafe Tracy Ed Todd H I Turpin Andy Thomas Berry Thomson J H Tavlor Nathan Tail Wm Tuurer Geo Todd T J Triplett Jno Thomas Alex Taylor Chas Trumbo Ellis Tharp Allen Tyrees J J Tall Sam Tuyner Geo Trumbo Geo Veney Jas jr Veney Jas sr Vinegar Jas M Williams W C Whitehead John sr Williams Erastus Wells Chas Wooldiidge Jas Walker Louis Willis Chris Weisiger Henry Wittington R II Weathers Tom Williams Alvin Wooldridge Noel Wakefield Jas Whitehead Jno jr White Jake Weitzel Louis Ward Beverly Wear Joe Weitzel Chas J Woolfolk Jno White Ab Williams Jno Whitehead R II 1 Irvin Al Jackson Montoe Jackson Win Johnson Hanover Johnson P C Johnson Jas Jackson Ben Jones Thos W Jones Jack Jackson Geo Johnson A Johnson Louis Johnson Frank Knight Jacob Kidd L Kelly Thos Williams Wm Wilson Robt Wells L Waggener W H J Whittaker Geo Weitzel Frank Weitzel Williams Weitzel II Waggcner J L G Waggoner A II Williams Isaac P J J L M II U Wulletnule Fied Wiight W Wells W R Wolilheiser Geo Williams Chas Waide E F Wash Will Waide Harry Ward Quincy Weitzel E B Weitzel J sr Weitzel Will Johnson Clark Julian Ira Julian Win Jacobs Ferd Johnson S D Jones Iverson Johnson Pres Jacobs L Johnson Robt Johnson Ed Keenon U Kiiiglit feter Kelly Harry Watets Jno T Washington Ed Woolfolk C B Watson II II Watkins Chas Wallace Chas Warren Wallace Wooldridge Louis Williams James Williams Joe Wan en Jno L Wiley J 0 Willis Win Whitehead C S Whitehead Win Wooldrige Geo Woodhouse Win Webb Jno Young Lee W C Walcutt C M Kennedy D L Krems Julius KoppJuo Ward Fielding Witlnow Jas M Williams David Williams Jno Willis Wm jr Willis Chas Weitzel W G Washington Walker Woodson Jno WILIJAMS Clerk 1 ST J c-a-k- ei goods ever 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 xIAMRS OTle So utli Side Orrocer Nov m I have just received from the east the largest stock and assortment of the above fruit iro-urzEe- v lpI M VI HEENEY - SOLID PIECES BV SteriingSitter Inlaid In tho backs or UTlBLIKc OK ItlLVER T SPOONS FORKS At Feints Ucrt Expose to Wear AND THE Elsewhere call at M A SEL BEETS the Leading Jeweler and examine the large stock of HOLIDAY PRESENTS Gold Head Canes Gold Pens - EiEiF oiEeiE We 66 H oooo Rl oooo m B B Diamonds Fine Watches Jewelry Clocks Silverware c VI PLATED FOUR TIMES AS HEAVY AS Standard Flato WJUnRJLNTED LAST A I 2sff gggggKr To Wear 25 Years fvMw WILL UIITIMI U fP MORE DURABLE VMl m IgggggggggggH Sterling Silver AND NOT THAN LIGHT mmm kK IflggggggH fly HALF THE COST EACH ARTICLE IS STAMPED l STERUMimiDHE LARGEST STOCK Mr SILVER AND OLLIE STEEET WARE PLATED 233 ST John R Shaw Dead ANNOUNCEMENT zhe xJuaEsx ot zehiThes insr- M LOWEST PHIOBS Try Bass Hog Poultry Remedy disap- Â¬ FKAAKFOJRT ROUNDABOUT with a blunt instrument He diffi- Â¬ peared immediately after the arrest Entered at the postrofllce at Frdukf ort Kentucky culty and has since avoided as second cUss mailable matter tJEO A LEWIS Editor and Publisher NOVEMBEK 2D Slioe Factory Gone Messrs Mason Foard Co shipped the machinery of the Frankfort Shoe Manufactory to Eddyville the first of the week where it will be set up and operated in the Branch Penitentiary i p iff i f f FRANKFORT - 1890 Death of Ulrs Cliinn Will Marry Next Itlontli Mr M R Hainline ofMt Sterling and Miss Eddie M Ledridge of this city will be married on the 3d of De- Â¬ cember at the residence of the brides parents on East Cross street m Mr JohnR Shaw familiarly known Councilman as Mack Shaw died Wednesday We are authorized toannouncellENRYFINCEL morning at the residenco of his son as a candidate for Councilman from the First Mr JameB R Shaw at Jetts Station Ward at the December election in this county Mr Shaw wae an up Â¬ We nre authorized to announce MIKE SULLI right honest citizen whose sunny VAN as a candidate for Councilman from the genial nature made friends of all he Second Ward at the city election December C 1890 o te met He was G4 years old and had been a sufferer for many months with LAND FOR SALE dropsy which finally attacked his For Â¬ For Sale by K I m it of the died denly at his home on Shelby street He was a paint r Monday night and worked all day Monday at his trade but at 11 oclock that night was attacked with congestion of the lungs which caused his death in about an hour He was 53 years of age and during the war he was a soldier in the 9th Kentucky U S Cavalry His funeral took place Wednesday afternoon from his late residence He leaves a widow and seven chil dren most of them grown to mourn his loss Tho ladies of the Baptist Church will give a bazaar in the chapel for templated her approaching death the benefit oithe Church on Friday with the utmost calmness express- Â¬ evening December 12th Everything ing herself as perfectly resigned to usually offered at Church festivals the Masters will and at last gently will be gotten up in the best style and sweetly fell asleep in the arms of and prices will be very reasonable She was the oldest Everybody is invited to attend the Savior daughter of the late Major Hunt of The Coii Coh March Greenville Mississippi and her dy Â¬ ing hours were soothed by the tender Mrs L D Holloway has composed care of her aged mother who was a piece of music with the above title summoned to her bedside from her which she has dedicated to the mem- Â¬ home in the South several weeks ago bers of the Constitutional Conven- Â¬ It is a singular fact that her death tion and others and is a very fine occurred upon the fifteenth anniver- Â¬ production Mrs Holloway played sary of her marriage and at about the it for her guests on Thursday even Â¬ same hour of the day at which the ing and it was very highly compli- Â¬ wedding ceremony was performed mented She is a first class performer She leaves a husband and four little upon the piano and the piece was daughters to mourn her death who rendered in splendid stylo have the warmest sympathy of the entire community in their great He Got There affliction The funeral took place Prof Went says that it rained early Thursday from the family residence and trie large attendance at the Tuesday morning and also on Friday samo attested the high estimation night of last week and that his claim in which she was held by the com- Â¬ that if it rains on Monday it will rain two more days in that week held munity at large good Well as we didnt get up be- Â¬ fore day Tuesday morning nor stay Died Suddenly up all night Friday night well have to own up that we are knocked out Mr Elisha Merchant a well known and he knows more about running sud- Â¬ South Side citizen Mrs Lizzie Hunt Chinn wife of Frank Cliinn Esqdieclatherhomein South Frankfort Tuesday about one oclock after a protracted illness from heart disease She was a most excellent Christian lady greatly beloved by a large circle of friends and relatives and will be a great loss to her family her Church and the com- Â¬ munity Her long illness was borne with christian fortitude and she con- Â¬ Baptist Bazaar heart and produced death For many years he was a resident of Woodford county near Millville but for about thirty years was connected with the Kentucky Penitentiary as superintendent of the blacksmithing department About a year ago he gave up his position and together with Mr Coley AVhitehead opened a flour and feed store on Ann street in which business he continued until his death He leaves a wife and seven chil- Â¬ dren all grown to mourn his loss who have the sympathy of a large circle of friends both in this city and county The funeral took place Thursday afternoon from the resi- Â¬ dence of his son at Jetts Station the services being conducted by Rev of the Christian George Darsie Church 60 Acres of Fine Bottom Land the waters of Elkhorn adjoining of A W Macklln is offered tor sale Apply to atabarRnh Nov 15 lm COLBY II TAYLOR LYING o I J W GAYLE Druggist Old Market house Corner 1 v 1 FRANKFORT Mar Myr - KY FARM FOR SALE 1 containing 170 acres at the mouth of Elkhorn on tho Kentucky river In Franklin county It Is mostly bottom land and Is suitable for the cultivation of corn and tobacco It Is llnely watered by ponds and springs and has about 20 acres well set in bluegrass It has upon it a good residence good bam and other neces sary out buildings so located as to make a de- Â¬ lightful home For terms call on or address ray attorneys Scott Vlolett Frankfort Ky 16 aug Cm MARY F QUARLES Â¬ T OFFER my farm FOR SALE AT A GREAT BARGAIN H G MATTERS TZaiE- - PlBtflirajlof 334 MAIN STREET zfozeb taining s ajilie Leg Broken An Ugly Blow Mr Alex O Henry and a man by the name of Abbott had some words on Broadway Monday afternoon which resulted in Abbott striking Mr Henry in the face cutting his cheek in a fearful manner It is thought Abbott used a brass knuck or some hard substance as the wound had the appearance of having been made fir I 3m Mr Spencer 0 Cryer the contrac- Â¬ tor was standing upon the joists of the portico at the new residence of Mr P S Rule Tuesday afternoon giving directions to his hands about the work when his foot slipped down between the joists he lost his balance and fell over backwards to tho ground about two feet below In the fall his right leg was caught between two of tho joists and the wrench pro- Â¬ duced a compound fracture of the bone between the knee and ankle He was taken to his home on the cor- Â¬ ner of Campbell and Logan streets where Dr E E Hume reduced the fracture and he is resting as easy as possible but will hardly be out again this winter Mr Cryer has been a the weather than we do sufferer for some time with rheuma- Â¬ City Flections tism in the same limb and this trou- Â¬ ble probably caused him to lose his The City Council has issued an footing upon the joists and fall over order for an election to be held on Saturday next for Councilmen and Honors Won also for an election to be held on the first Saturday in January for At the oritorical contest between School Trustees Following is a list the literary societies of Centre Col- Â¬ of the voting places and officers of lege at Danville on Friday of last election week the first honor was awarded to First Ward Polls at the office of Mr Martin D Hardin of this city H R Williams livery stable Offi Â¬ son of Gen P W Hardin Mr Har Â¬ cers Geo B Thomson and Wm M din will very likely be chosen to rep- Â¬ Culter Judges Chas G Payne resent Center College in the inter- Â¬ Sheriff Sanford Herring Clerk collegiate oratorical contest which Second Ward Polls in tho base Â¬ will be held in Lexington next spring ment of the Capital Hotel on Ann street Officers J B Williams and i Misinformed Jas W Welch Judges J W Haw Â¬ We were misinformed in regard to Sheriff Jerry Brislan jr kins Clerk the shooting of a negro convict on Third Ward Polls in Sheriffs the farm of Mr E W Ayres last Officers office at the Court house week Mr Joe Cromey Mr Ayres H I Todd and W O Williams trainer had some trouble with the Judges W H Julian Sheriff O M negro and shot at him but missed his aim Walcutt Clerk tion For terms and further particulars apply to me ut my residence 418 Broadway Frankfort Ky Louisville pike 5 miles from Frankfort con89 acres of first quality land well sup Â¬ plied with water both for stock and family use there being two line springs and a good well thereon Same Is well Improved as to fencing Ac The residence barn and all necessary out- Â¬ houses Including Ice house are In good condi- Â¬ Â¬ FORMER RESIDENCE AND FARM MY Jacent to Bridgeport Immediately on AD the FRANKFORT KY Dr W I Kelley OF CINCINNATI WILL BB AT THE IN FRANKFORT KY Oct ll 3m G W C11INN OHIO FOR SALE Valuable City Residence Property BRICK RESIDENCE PROP THE TWO STORYthe Sidney Johnson place known as Lmi FRIDAY NOV 28 1890 FRIDAY DEO 19 1890 situated ton north side of Main street Frankfort BLIND or ITCHING Ky near the Capital Hotel Is offered for sale by BLEEDING the undersigned If not sold on or before Janu- Â¬ Cored wtUwwt any surgical oaeratlonand wltfe ary 1st lbll the same will be for rent The little or no pain property Is In Hrst class condition For terms c apply to Chloroform Llgtture or Enlft CHAS F EXUM Attorney for Johnson heirs not necessary with tola boo ot treat Oct 25 tf It FISTULA IN ANO la oared FISSURES Oared wttkout cutting ot tearing ULCERATION CATARRH the crea -- COMPANY lEuH ESQ r gmw IF YOU WANT MwtSS fcj ifflW Of the bowel cured Dr KeDf has now been Ylsltlngthls cltyrega urly for nearly seven tars and the many cures be has maae among the wealthy and Infhratlh citizens are sufficient etldence of his success It is now a well established fact that many dl eases ot the stomach lifer kidney bladder womb and nervouu system are either caused agirraTated by the coexistence of FILKS VISTU LA VISSUBE or RECTAL ULCKB BRFBBSNCSS u Â¬ EXINGTONira ifagagv-r- - Or K K Oober Frankfort Ky Franklin Morris Graetensbiirg J T Stateu Frankfort Ky V Jierberlen iTankfort Hy Be L P Holett Benson Ky A H McClore rlYliMmJtlmgl GOOD BREAD AND A HAPPY COOK USE Wrat Blgath street Cincinnati and where h may betoandararytay of each week KXCKPT W J Hughes Frankfort Ky David Moore Benson Ky Jus M Wlttirow Frankfort Ky DR KXCLXTB office and residence la Richard Ferguson Frankfort Frankfort Ky Kjr at SI CREAM FLOUR MADE BY FSIDAIB AID BATUBDATI pamphlets deaeriMag these diseases aad this mode of treatment seat tit te aay ona ky ad dressing LEXINGTON ROLLER MILLS KY W COMPANY LEXINGTON M D 250WtMlThth 8t Cincinnati O HT CONSULTATION NUM m DmlM Iv I KELLEY MM Ufa- fcvKWWil 5 r u iutiijjiiujMumiiMi3BWra3oa5miUgira r j n anwni JACOBSWIGERTCO Have Removed From the Baltzei Building OlfcT ZMT OHM tTw HmB rtf nrunHM THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST Kentucky Central Railway BLUB GRASS ROUTE CKNTliAL KENTUCKY POINTS TO ALL Shortcstand Quickestroutcfroin NORTH EAST WEST UNO SOUTHWEST FAST LINE BETWEEN LEXINGTON SCHEDULE AND CINCINNATI lfeJO IN EFFECT NOV 1GTII IIfcT STZKZEZET TO H H -- South Bound No H101 AND 102 -- KM STR Hutel-H- ExSun 2 No 4 Daily No 6 Ex Sun - f J Basement of the Capital - Georgetown to Baggage New Orleans Lve Cincinnati Lve ovinytoiu Falmouth b B 10am a oopm 2 20pm short time fiThey Time 25 Hours Car Day Coache Sleepers run through without change THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST Arr Paris Cynthiana Lexington will fill this space with an entirely new advertisement in a Entire Trains Georgetown 8 Obinn U 40HI11 0 lopm 10 4dnu 0 Wlllll 11 lfcam 10 23pm 12 lupin 11 OOpiu ltilll 2tpli iJrAjpii 11 27am Lve Paris Arr Winchester 1210pm Richmond 1 to Jacksonville Ala Lancaster Stanford Lve Richmond ttopiu 1 55pu DlGpin G 20pni 5U7pli Glupll 7 20pli o 10pm 5 45pm 2 10pm 3 03pm 5 20pm No 13 BOUNDflBQD VOL T- - siippiep t I Colt Killed 2 XIV KY NUMBER NOV 29 1 FRANKFORT 180 I Tlie City Election Editor Roundabout But for the plans of those who de- Â¬ sire that the back track shall be ta- Â¬ ken and the city business and city schools be turned over to the avarice of petty politicians to parcel out for Earty hervice there would have no special contest in the city election In factj any member of the ntiav jjis oi uuisuiis muii oi expe Â¬ rience judgment and financial abili- Â¬ ty would have readily consented to serve the people and it would only have been an agreeable rivalry of choice among any number of excel- - Direct Connections at New Orleansand Shreve port for Texii Mexico and California Leave Frankfort via Kentucky Midland Railway Lve Livingston 8 00am Berea 1025am via Georgetown 545a niiarrlveCinclnnatl 1025 Arr Kichmond 11 451111 a in Quicker than any other line All trains arrive at depart from Central Union LveStanfordTT 7 00am Depot Cincinnati Lancaster 7 f 0am hor Rates Maps Ac address Arr Richmond 10 IRaill FRANK W WOOLLEY Lve Richmond1 105pm GlOanii Traveling Pass Agt 715aml Arr Wincheiten 151pm 7 Lexington Ky Taking effect Sunday May 12th 188 OC HARVEY 48a in 2 33pm 1 EDWARDS Paris D the following time table will be in effect G CINCINNATI O Vlce 1res 2 00pml 7 00am 3 45pm 2 20pm Lve Levington 2 45nm 7 53am 4 25pm1 3 05pm upon thin road Paris Cynthiana 3 15pm 823Jim 4 4Jpni 3H5pm lBAINS HOUTH 4 iipm 91sam 5 30pm 4 30pm Knlmouth 5 40pm 10 44am G37nni G05pm Arr Covington No 23 leavefcFrankfort a m fi50 G 15pm Arr Cincinnati 5 50nm 10 50U11 G45pm No 17 leaves Frankfort 825 a m OLD KENTUCKY ROUTE MAYSVILLE BRANCH So 21 leaveiFrankfort 213 p m No ii No o Daily No IS leaves Frankfort Dailv 012 p m Newport News A Mississippi Valley Co E D Xorth Bound Ex Sun young colt by Englewood the property of Mr H R Williams attempted to jump the iron fence in front of Mr Greens residence on Cross street yesterday morning and injured himself so seriously that he had to be killed A fine Through Sleepers without change The Short Hue between Cincinnati and Time 2Va Hours Lkxinutov Kt 12 Knoxvilik Tknn 17 N C ASIIKVIILK CIIATTANOOOA Time 26 Hours ArrBerea Livingston TKNN 11 North Round ATLANTA BlKMIXUIAM ALA Gi 15 1G No No 1 Ex Sun Ex Sun Accom No 3 Sumlav Daily only bet LiA kJlllltl IfcX A - Cln- TIME TABLE m I PiTi THE- TBAINB NOI1TU SHORT LINE TO- - Ex Sun So 18 leaves Frankfort So 20 leaves Frankfort j 1003 a m k ti12 lent candidates at Lagrange But there are those who favor the doctrine that city ofilces and the for Ciuuianati and at Anchorage for city schools shall bo considered and Uloomtield No 21 makes connection at Lagrange classed as apoils to be divided out as the rewards for petty party ser- Â¬ for Cincinnati and at Anchorage for vice and that the police force shall be Uloomtield E P BRYAN subject to the same demoralizing Agent iuiluenccs So far has this bad policy extended that politicians outside the city and members of the Constitutional Con Â¬ vention have been invoked and solicited to embroil themselves in our city affairs to take part in our local y contest in aid of this effort to take the back track and reduce city offices city schools and the city police to the level of scheming politics The peo- Â¬ ple of Frankfort have a more vital interest in the Constitutional Convention than the success of any GErtfduTsrANDAflD TIME ticket and this interest is as certain rflillflS HUH BY to be damage and endangered by TIME TABLE NOV 12 190 the policy being pursued by the AM IM f disgning authors of the bogus parti- Â¬ u 1 No 5 No MAINS EAST san movement as night follows day 5 13 30 J 13 It is an evidence of weakness and a Iv Fruiufort 6 M 60 3 lb Elkhorn bad cause when outside people total- Â¬ i U7 7 02 2G bwlUer ly unacquainted with our city affairs 7 25 0 22 9 itaiiiilUituUm InrS U are brought here to become emGeorgetown 50 4 UH1I M broiled in city contests 7 41 5 03 10 15 PurU Are the people of Frankfort ready A M Ml A M II M to take the back trade Are they TRAINS WEST NolO No 21 Not Nol up by ready to undo the work built fi 15 8 10110 00 0 00 the aid of such men as the late Col Lv Paris 7 21 8 51 11 08 7 02 Georgetown Jno Mason Brown Dr Mills Thos II 2G 11 20 7 25 Stamping Ground B Ford and others a splendid Comy 11 11 65 7 41 Swlter Â¬ 9 00 12 02p in 7 53 Elk Horn mon School system blessing hunas 12 20 10 8 10 dreds of children with the advantages Ar Franfoit 21 lefiTes j ranKtort No 21 arrives Frankfort No 2I makes connection M r00 uiu p m p m p in Washiugton Philadelphia New York Baltimore Old Point and the Sea Shore AND ALL EASTERN LIMITED Lve CITIES Â¬ EXPRESS VESTIBULED leaves Lexington eastward dally at 615 p in for Win chester Mt sterling Morelu ad Ashland at lettttburg Huntington Charleston Richmond Norfolk Washington Philadelphia New York and all Virginia springs and Sea Shore resorts Boston and all Eastern cities Makes connec Â¬ tion at Winchester for Richmond Ky and In termediate points West bound tratnuirlves at 6M3 p in VIRGINIA SPRINGS EXPRESS lesives Lexington eastward dally at 710 a m for all local sta tions Makes direct connection at Huntington Ry lor all C A J points and for with C A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Arr Millerburg Arr Carlisle Ar r John sville Arr South Bound Lve Lve Lve Cincinnati Covington Lexington Pari 7 00 7 55 8 19 8 43 S7 p m a in f 01pm a in fi 25 p m 9 33 u m 7 6 p m 110 10 a m 7 55 p m No No to is Daily Daily Ex Sun Ex Sun am a in f 2 20 pm 2 26 p m 4 41 p m WmmfflMIW Â¬ I G G A 1 Â¬ U I V 5 20 a in 1 50 p m LveMaysville 5 57 a m 2 27 p in Lve Johnson G 50 a m 320pm Lve Carlisle 7 15 a 111 3 45pm LveMlllersburg 7 40 a in 4 10 pm Arr Paris 8 35 a in fi20pm Arr Lexinzton 10 44 a ill H 87 p in Arr Covington 10 50 a in G45pm Arr Cincinnati No 1 Buns dally from Lexington to CincinWashington Baltimore Philadelphia and New nati may take a sleeper at HuntPassengers York No 43 Leaves Lexington 1O00 a in Arrive ington tor Old Point or Washington I C Paris 1045 a in Exeept Sunday Adavllght ride to White Sulphur This train Arrive No v Leave Cincinnati 510 p in for Parkersburg and all local stations on Ohio FiilmnuMi 705 n m T xrent Sumlav River K R a lCoaimbus O and all points on NO 7 Leaves F irrivesuiu- in ii Scioto Valley R R Sum clnuatl 7 55 a in except Sun- Westbound train arrives at 900 p m uilv TRAIN NOTES N lar between Le ivto anil rincllinntl No FAST MAIL TRAINS dally except Sunday unking till local stops 13runsSundavo from and to Louisville and all local stations on No 1 runs dally ttuiet- Clnrlnnntl and Lex- L A N and L S railroads all local stations on ingtoii N AM V stations K C Ry and all local iinl almouth 4ccoinmo NOTE -- Trains No leaves Lexington eastward dally except Sunday datlon No 8 now inrt at 1140 a in Make dlrtct connection at Lexlng Depot on 4th below 1 n r from new 4th St ton for points on L A N Lou Sou Ry C N NOTE Trains No 1 Falinouth Accommo O A T P Ry and Ky Cent Ry and at Win new Itb St De ii datlon No 7 nowa- chester for up K C stations pot on 4th below John St West bound train arrives at 1240 p in Nos 2and G make connections at Winchester TRAINS for all points be for points on the NN A M V Ry ACCOMMODATION tween Lexington and Olive Hill have Lexington IMPORTANT Trains of this line now arrive at eastwaid diliy except Mimlayi at 535 p in and depart from the Central Union Passenger East bound connects at Wli Chester with K C Cincinnati making connec Â¬ Station Ky and Intermediate sta Ry for Richmond tion tor all points North tions Westward at Winchester for Cincinnati East and West Mivsvllle ml all local stations on K C Ry ami Through Tickets sold and Baggage cheeked to nt Lexington with Louisville Southern R R for any point reached by a railroad Louisville and all local points on L S R R For tull particulars address or call on any Westbound train arrives at 810a m agent o the compai ior Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ of education under experienced teachers Do they want this work blasted with the breath of political Do thoy want city demagoguery business put under the same ban Do thoy want tho police to become politicians and hold oillco subject to tho demands of party service These are tho serious questions to be decidod at the December election Tho authors of tho so called Democratic ticket claimed to bo selected without authority favor tho back track and tho demoralizing policy wo liavo indicated and tho Oitizons Ticket favois holding on to the school system as it is and no politics but tho best men for guardians of city Â¬ east bound at 1103 p in dally lor all local sta Lexington and Mt Sterling tions between Solid train with elegant Reclining Chair Car Direct Mt Sterling to Cincinnati via Lexington connection In Union Depot Cincinnati for all East North and Connections at Georgetown with V T V it in trainsSundays Fa t Line WestCincinnati arrives at for On for Clenluiiatl Louisville and tho South Lexington at 230 p lit for all local stations be tween Mt Sterling and Cincinnati via Lexing p in 111 la pin ton Returning Fust Train will stop at any staNoli No fi No G No 1 Noi tion on Hag to pick up or let oil passengers 12 2uijl2 2inAr FinnkrortLvi 5 451 West bound train arrives at 885 dally except 810 7i2 11 lfinuulO liiamlArGeorgetownLv 7 27 4 15 Sunday 101 8 Wain 8 101111 Lv ClncliuiatlAr 10 15 G 20 For 1 line Tables Kates and any other Infor mation call on any Agent of the Comp my or Connections at Paris with Ky Central Icy wrlto A CINCINNATI KST LINE leaves Lexington W L MUNSON Â¬ UK Trav Passr Agt Cincinnati S F B MORSE Chamber of CINCINNATI O HUNTINGTON Vlce Pres A Gen Malinger GENERAL OFFICES O Genl PavtrAgt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ and Lexington We now have double dally train ser NOTE vice on Sundays both vvajs between Cincinnati Commie Building Cincinnati O Â¬ CUSTOM GRINDING and will do iMom grinding on Mombtys and Fridays Satisfaction guaranteed Give me a BUCKLEY A STEPHENSON trial SNov 8 tf FITTED UP A FIRST CLASS MILL WE HAVEjardsof the hraukforl Brick Company on the V Â¬ MJPM i A M I 1 JI II E lluvriMiTON No 2 No 41 10 OS 8 10 Ar 8 10 00 Lv Frankfoit 5 10 Ar 2 43 Ar I IirN Iarls Lvl 5 Vr i Nolo8 41 7 41 General Manager CINCINNATI Covington Iarls 2 3I1V 1 Cincinnati Carllslo Mujsvlllo Lvl 7f3 v 1035 3 05 5 03 i W L Munmiv T P A W S llvni l or Cincinnati Ohio ov T P A Ashland F B Mouse Gen Pass Agent OHIO S- Kv 7 4 fi 50 5 20 7 4SI 7 15 101 Ar HWAr Vr 50 Lv 8 4T 0 25 Ar 10 10 7 55 Lv 12 10 G15 Ar 1 85 7 20 ll Iv1 Ar10 15 7 551 5S71 587 JCGES SLA XjIEI Hiles J E itum M Sons business There ought not to be any doubt as to which ticket should bo supported by tho independent citizen Politics has no legitimate connection with city business tho city schools or tho city police it only gets there by being thrust in to blast and destroy Keep it out by defeating the schomo to introduce it CITIZEN g ml Ar Iv L Paris Winchester Richmond Ivlll 271 SHELBY GO FARM vhortwt a figure UUiblXbi itUUlL wkhavk for sale at low 120 acres the Maiksbury Farm containing TO FLOUR AND ARCTIC The Best in the World Use no Other Oincinnati and the East HOWARD ORBISON Agent GEO B HARPER Gen Superintendent V L CLARK CLAUDE BOWLES CltT Ticket Aitt Gen Freight A Pass Aist Ivlug on the road from Bagdad tociirlntlansburg ouo ami a quarter miles fiom Bagdad Over 100 acres In blue grass ami clover plenty of water good orchard tine locust grove ami good hoitso of eight rooms upon the place and well of splen- illtl UMtitfMt Nov-1-ai- n For terms amdv to SCOTlA VIOLETT Frankfort tluiinnl Ky ifesfeit K mmimm Jw f Si f Jr -- s t W v n V- - Stt- yfffPyvcW wqrvwvT fciv J 11 This Space Reserved for ED HARRIS f7 j aw FKANKFOftT FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT country 95 Common schools the hope of our Mrs Carswell NOVEMBER 29 1890 The New Paper The Daily Democrat which is pub- Â¬ lished in the interest of the straight Democratic ticket for Councilmen and School Trustees made its ap pearace on Monday It is small but promisesto make things lively before the election Ankle Sprained Mr Richard Suter one of the brakesmen in the yard of the L N Railroad stepped off of the engine in that portion of the yard in Bellepoint Tuesday night for the purpose of lighting his lantern when his foot turned under him spraining his ankle so painfully that he has since been confined to his home Died in Nashville Miss Mary Payne a lady who has many friends and relatives in this county died suddenly at her home in Nashville Tenn on Tuesday of last week with heart disease Miss Payne spent the summer in this vi- Â¬ cinity had only returned home a few weeks ago and her death was a great shock andsurprsie to her friends here - Bertha Hedges 97 Carrie Hedges Of Lcroy N Y was dying of Neu- Â¬ Minnie Herndon 92 Emma Hern The attending don 96 Oscar Shoush 77 Edna Hedg- Â¬ ralgia of the Heart his last visit and Visit physician had made es 92 Blan Powers 86 Newel Thomp- - said there was no possible chance of Cl Vll tin Til TTtnnff Oil Alinn Dinnii a few hours Her son her orenco Riddle 79 Robert Hedg had living buttelegraphed for from been see her die don 96 Ramond Quire 72 Harve Rochester to come and an agent sell- Â¬ At this critical moment FRANKFORT KY WEDNESDAY DEO Herndon 84 Sam Riner 89 James Hales Household Ointment Shoush 85 Johnnie Hieatt 86 Sue ing Dr at the house and told them OITIjSr rowers u unester Jiernuon a ueo called need not die at that time if OITE ZD A the lady Thompson 88 Dave Sparrow 86 He And every fourth week Ihcrealler she would follow his directions Conciliation nnl Examinal G D Hancock Teacher was so earnest and positive that the family concluded to try the new rem- Â¬ Is Life Worth Living edy and began applying it at once to the region about the heart the pain This is a question that would be soon ceased and Mrs Carswell rapid Â¬ answered very differently by different ly recovered and is alive and well to- Â¬ individuals To some living is a day and she and all her family says pure enjoyment to others life is a Dr Hales Household Ointment saved burden To a man or woman who her This wonderful medicine can never feels well who arises in be had at Phil Carpenters drug store 1 the morning unrefreshed with a South Side tired languid feeling life is indeed burdensome This is the result of a WB CAN AND DO torpid liver inactive condition of c Guarantee Dr Ackers Blood Elixir the kidneys a foul stomach This condition can all be quickly for it has been fully demonstrated to changed and life made happy by the the people of this country that it is use of the new remedy Dr Hales superior to all other preparations for Household Tea the great blood olood disoases It isapositivecure for and nerve tonic It cures all syphilitic poisoning Ulcers Erupilliousness constipation inaction tions and Pimples It purines the of the liver and kidneys and makes a whole system and thoroughly builds person feel new 50 cent packages at up the constitution 9 J W Gayle Druggist Phil Carpenters drug store South No Money Required of Responsible ment Parties to Commence Treat- Â¬ Fifteenth Regular 17 a Free Â¬ Side 1 Fell Down Stairs Mr Hugh Gaines junior member of the firm of Gaines Whitting ton livery men was coming down stairs at the stable of the firm on North Madison street Tuesday when he lost his footing and fell to the ground In attempting to save himself threw out his left arm and his whole weight coming upon it sprained the arm painfully - SHILOHS CATARRH REMEDY a positive cure for Catarrh Diphtheria To Ocala and Canker Mouth 28 For sale by J W Gayle N will sell round trip The L excursion tickets to Ocala Fla at Stray Hog If a farmer residing one limited first class fare Nov 28th and 29th Limited 30 days account of out on the Louisville pike or a citizen meeuugoi iNiinonai farmers Alliance of South Frankfort lias lost a large white gelt with no marks he can and Industrial Union hear of the same by calling at this E P Bryan office and paying for this notice Gen Agt jtfiryb sMMmwfr wwwfWi3t wmmmmmim - - m m Convict Caught A negro convict by the name of William Anderson who was sent to the Penitentiary from Lexington for three years on a charge of forgery and who made his escape from a rail- Â¬ road camp near Georgetown about a year ago was recaptured while at work upon a farm near Lexington on Monday and returned to the Peniten m i SHILOHS CURE will immediately relieve Croup Whooping Cough and Bronchitis The high position attained and the 28 For sale by J W Gayle universal acceptance and approval of For Rent A two story house with the pleasant liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Pigs as the most excellent 7 rooms Cor Murray and Campbell 327 streets Apply laxative known illustrates the value Murray street to W J Hughes tf 11 of the qualities on which its success is based and are abundantly gratify- Â¬ WHY WILL YOU cough when Shi ing to the California Pig Syrup Com- Â¬ lohs Cure will give immediate relief fnce iu cts bu cts ana 91 10 4t pany 28 For sale by J W Gayle Gratifying to All C H BOGMAN M D llu Rheumatism emontlallr it rilic13 of the ottooi sts ttmia all lite Invratigatlon roves beoail iloubl Actios upon toll theory we hao for j eiri trtatftl Itnlth pbenomDal Tne Jcformlllej an delay i tiary Tuesday morning Most men otherwise strong in body and mind will become unhappy and break down when afilcted with Rheumatism If they would only try Salvation Oil they would find relief at once Price 25c All the keys of Windsor Castle were recently stolen but even this does not interfere with the rapid sale of Dr Bulls Cough Syrup Mark Twain never knew the A CHILD KILLED amount of joy an old farmer experi- Â¬ Another child killed by the use 0 enced over the good results of Gan ters magic chicken cholera cure opiates given in the form of Soothing Why mothers give their which is warranted to cure every Syrup children such deadly poison is surpris-Â¬ time Sold by Phil Carpenter ing when they can relieve the child of its peculiar troubles by using Dr Holiday Goods Ackers Baby Soother Itcontainsno opium or morphine Sold by I have just received a large and 9 J W Gayle Druggist elegant stock of holiday goods which will be opened on Monday FOR DYSPEPSIA and Liver Com- Â¬ Prices lower than ever before plaint you have a printed guarantee John B Weitzel on every bottle of Shilohs Vitilizer It never fails to cure 28 Patronise home industries and For sale by J W Gayle buy Miles Sons flour 14 House for Rent A brick cottage of two rooms and kitchen Apply to TOBACCO Henry Gobber LOUISVILLE 11 tf Lmment Specialtist formerly resident Physician of the hilaiielphin General tios pittit Physician in charge of the Ohio Mutual Institute Cincinnati Ohio has for twenty five years successfully devoted his time to the treatment of his spec- Â¬ ialties He succefsfully treats all curable cases of Chronic and Nervous Diseases His treatment is based on the largest experience after thorough educational preparation If not cured it leads to enlarged prostate land ner Â¬ e guarantee a cure in all vous debility aud premature dtxay such cues and a perfect icstoration to health and by ileal vigor 1 beart affections rifuiltlD from uccfii To tho Ladles We have for years male a specialty or rbeuraallo ioflsniruatlonn maj all be avoided cr cured bj our the diseases or women Nine tenths of the sufferings of Ihla treatment world are borne by women aud tVhan Bright XHseaoO of the KUntya I the rwslt of faulty cause of these dlstases is properlywithout reason their curethe understood U nutrition over ttlmulatlon or the use of Improper reoediea to certain and complete Our large hospital experience enables u Incrwe the Bow of urine to undemtand theso cases aud treat them from the latest scietv Diseases of tho Digestive Organs are the most fr line staiuliwint Local treatment which so manvorjeetto we Our treatment Is bv constitutional and rarely timi necessary quent cause of ttiemoreMtil distuna Liver Cent plaint Constipation ami Chrntua Uiarrhcu all result in init cr local remedies with which we iL jiract the patients to trial feet autrltlou and rrnJer life miserable Karlr interferriKti Is theiurejvv ut their own home sj true economy of time tuoocj aud health PrivatO Diseases Mrlcturr Taint Young Men who are rapldlr approaching Insanity and Syphilis Couorrlua Iiiipoicuey andOlret Venerealprompt are Strrllltr death Irons iccmhabtu wlllilowell tuconsultus alouce The and eOfctuilly cured by onr special remedies We hare spent habits are the reaultof disease not vice and we cure such thousands of dollars in lime and money to gala soewledM cases wilhout fall Vte invitecur fullest eouildrnce and in this direction promise you relief Epilepsy This thenoaijna Jervoss ittddloAged Men who obrervr certain Irritations or system is the or Pita disease located Ic jc r tn center result of the bladder and urcthrt or wattr lassage with sediments In Our method of treatment which Is entirely our nerre has been own the urine should avail themsilrejicf eu trtatment hueb ivmp admitted by tho beststlentlst of the world to produce radical toros are Indications cf semlna weakness which admit b no cures In the most debilitated auhJocN lpeslt MARKET Fairview Miss m DURRETT FURNISHED BY GLOVER LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE FOR SALE VI TE HAVE FOR SALE AT nlco building 25x80 A Every person consilium us shoiilti brinir or semi four to si ounces of their urine whichs we w ill submit to athnroiiirh microscopical examination ami clieirical analysis a certificate and chart of which will be furnished the patient We cure oltl cases which have baffled the skill nf ntlu r itlivlrinn n n Wh tcatWe exDcnencc enables us to recognize the nmita f i v nv We invite all who have failed tobtain rtjWtt elsewhere to oousult us All curable Bases are laticrrti treated by mail and ctptcis Where possible personal consultation Is preferable List of itietions sent free on application All cases and correspondence strictly confitlental Treatment sent C O U to any part of the United States and Canada Address with stamp lor reply IJUtlIllllSCU IS W lot feet on Logan Sales on our market for the week otiett between Third and Campbell lnsouth Bertha Hedges visited the Frankfort SCOTT A VIOLETT family of Mr J W Shoush last week just closed amount to 2222 hhds with Oct Um ll receipts for the same period of 713 Prof H F Jordan preached at the hhds Sales on our market since Jan Â¬ school house last Sunday evening uary 1st amount to 130344 hhds The sales of the 1890 crop on our Hog killing Ib going on lively now market up to this time amount to 78 W Mr Richard Kirk lost a load of hay hhds the great bulk of which has by fire last week The fire was been of inferior quality but a few caused by sparks from a traction en- Â¬ fairly good hogsheads have offered gine which was passing by His loss and the highest price thus far real Â¬ REAL ESTATE AGENT was about 50 ized has been 17 per 100 The now WILL FSACTICB W TBI COURTS 0 k1 the adjoining crop promises good body but will no will alio atft apaelAl attention to conntlM and the purchas Little Susie Hieatt is on the sick doubt be lacking in color and will be aad aala ai collection ml aetata of loans of r nta eUlme list this week a4 the legetlausB as a rule dark lanHV W Mr Moses Perkins and his grand- Â¬ The following quotations fairly D BAHSTOW daughters Misses Molissa and Willie represent our market for burley Frank Ibold I Bee and Treas President Perkins of Shelby county visited tobacco Ad DltTXK R T msiNXT Â¬ Mr J L Hieatt and family last Sun- Trash dark or damaged Vice President Superintendent 2 00 3 60 day tobacco 8 00 The Stantoil Printing Ink Co The candy pulling at Mrs Bettie Cblory trash not colory 4 00 3 50 5 00 Common lugs Hedges Wednesday evening was Colory lugs 14 00 8 00 well attended by the candy lovers of Formerly the Stundard Printing Ink Works 7 00 9 00 Common leaf this community and was a very en- Â¬ Medium to good leaf ANUFACTURERS O- F9 00 16 00 joyable evening to those who did not Good to fine fillers 25 00 PRINTINGAND LITHOGRAPHIC INKS 10 00 oat any of the candy BARGAIN A Dr P O BOX 703 G 3X Bogman Cincinnati O WM CROMWELL ATTORN EY-AT-LA- SLEEP IN PEACE Farm for Rem or sale Dudley arm or THE snlemlldutile from Mrs M J on the situ Â¬ one Ver Â¬ Fiankfurt sailles pike containing nbout 2J5 acres Is for sale ou reasonable Unus or will be rented for the year beginning March 1 18Jl For particu Â¬ lars apply to FRANK ClllNN PRATTS KILLER FOR BED BUGS -M- Report of Fairview Public School Select or wrappery leaf VARNISHES ETC 1W 25 00 33 00 June28 lj Canal Cincinnati Ohio This preparation Is superior to all others fo tho following reasons It kills the buus Instantly It effectually destroyw their eBKs therefore It Is only necessary to use It oneo or twice during the I-A-I-jseason ILj It possesses ndvantsies over Insect ponders in asmuch as It can bo used In places which they can not reach GRASS NURSERIES Its odor Is agreeable and It Is warranted not BLUE to Injure carpets linen or furniture No fatal effects van result from IU use as It contains no poison which fact should given n plnce In every household TMMENSK STOCK OK FUUIT AND CHINAMEN Sold In largo bottles at 25 cents each Srupevlnes Asparagus small For sale by W 11 AVEItILL at wholesale and 1 tal trees trees ami everything for the lawn orchard and retail garden Wo have no agents but sell direct ut JOHN H STAOKHOUSB CO low prices to the planter Write for catalogue to SOLE AGENTS H F HILLENMEYER 632 Arch Street Plladolphla Voct Cui Sept 27 3m Lexlngtou Ky 1890 pHNIIRKVBHiHHHHHHEHHHlHHfflM fsflgllsWIsSlilrHl sissssssssssssssssssflsMM Jrfro1 3 I jHMim m ifrrrrxprry ri np7 Religious Wc would lie greatly olttigcd to the ministers and officers oi churches in the city if they would furnish us witli any announcements which they mn wish OLD made Mil S BEWARE OP MISREPRESENTATIONS AND FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS OF DIS HONEST PARTIES Rev W G Novillo will occupy his pulpit at the Soufchorn Presbyterian Church to morrow morning at 11 oclock a m and at 730 p m The usual services at Ascension Church to morrow morning at 11 oclock and 730 p iwillbe conducted by Rey E A Penick the rector Â¬ l Rev Father Lambert Young the pastor will conduct the services at the Church of the Good Shepherd to- Â¬ morrow First mass at 8 a m Sec Â¬ 3 ond mass 1030 a m p Vespers at m Â¬ Rev Green Clny Smith of Mt Sterl ing will occupy the pulpit at the Baptist Church to morrow morning at 11 oclock and evening at 730 oclock Sunday school in the chapel at 930 a m Rev George Darsie preaches at the Christian Church to morrow at 11 and 730 as usual TT M WHIMWW BWrnSmm M W M N WMMMOTMMMMMVnMWw WIPI - ll IMMMMWMIIIianPWMWinWOTMMMMMNMiMa V- - 6 ft This should be used in all 1 uhes backaches changes of rhou-j-isAt the regular monthly church i tervous disturbancesWfits etc Ask at J Gayles meeting of the congregation of the dr j store for a trial bottle and Dr Baptist Church held on Wednesday Mi cs new book on the Nerves and 2 evening a unanimous call was ten- Â¬ Heart dered Rev W O Taylor of Buffalo Merit Wins New York to take charge of the -ni 3p m The following letter from Mr W A The Young Peoples Society of Tlnnibon of Columbus Wis is pe Christian Endeavor meets in the fi nrly interesting My wife says h- has been treated for her head chapel at 7 p m b o nach and nervous prostration by li n doctors in New York two in go one in Philadelphia one in Mr E S Boswoll State visitor of 01 the Kentucky S S Union will be n innati and at the large institute liFalo for 16 months Thev all present at the Christian Mass Meet But one bottle of Dr Miles ing at the M E Church to morrow at 1 Jiutive Nervine lielned her won- Â¬ 1 Tliey All Failed Whon When When When Baby was sick wo gayo hor Castoria she was a Child she cried for Castoria she became Miss she clung to Castoria lA7niiO i a J11I iH U Uf Dv ujlHUI 0 C flTT T 1 cL If you want a Razor that is times with ease and comfort buy only the Torre v from GHAY CHUKOH she bad Children she gave thetu Castoria The only large and complete M line n the city at GRAY lv illy Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria CHOKOHS Rip Raps 1 Church Services have been held every even Â¬ ing this week at the Mission Church in Leestown conducted by Rev J Mc Olusky Blayney D D Fair congregations have been in attendance Â¬ J li Consumption Dr Kings New Life Tills Bucklens Arnica Salve and Electric Bitters and have never handled remedies that sell as well or that have given such Thanksgivining services were held universal satisfaction We do not at the First Presbyterian Methodist hesitate to guarantee them every and Episcopal Chucches on Thurs Â¬ time and we stand ready to reday all of which were well attended fund the purchase price if satisfactory results do not follow their Rev J McClusky Blayney D D use These remedies have won will occupy his pulpit at the First their great popularity purely on Presbyterian Church to morrow at 11 For sale by their merits a m and 730 p m Carpenter Â¬ Â¬ 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 GO cents per quart We desire to say to our citizens Country produce taken in exchange that for years we have been selling for goods M T Mitchell Dr Kings New Disco vey for Frankfort Ky 3 JU JJJJ IY CfrAY Main May25 a CHURCH Street Hardware Merchants 3yjLtePiv H Carvers Meat Table and Butcher Knives to suit all tastes and purses 324 Broadway lyr FBAoTS3ar jbWH oWt SSJV ATOE COAL CO T- imwMmmmMMMaLmrtm Kferfi CHRISTMAS U dr TrriTT lyiitoTTflgVitriWffir1t PWfr m ti ijfSi rcmcrtntir KsSwM ra nwJtMmSKXjPs vhhtbjiINmim wjwW i ViSIT m atrrit mbrellas 1 Â¬ See the elewmt line of i P H Druggist The first quarterly meeting for this Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria conference year will bo held in the Methodist Church in this city to day Porcelain lined preserving kettles Rev Dr H P 4 qt 35 cts Gqt45cts 8 qt 55 cts and to morrow will 10 qt GO cts 12 qt 65 cts 14 qt 70 Walker of Lexington Ky 35 preach this morning at 11 oclock cts 10 qt 100 at Buckleys this evening at 7 oclock and on the Old fashioned double thicked tin 35 Sabbath at the same hours ware at Buckleys Fine ported Handles Genuine Tor toise Shell and Slh er Only one of a kind and can Â¬ not be duplicated What Is 111 nicer than a Principal Onlcd mid tleator foot riteeie St Teluhones No xi ami M 23EjSO CrlES UcALh IDiES Hr S IN LHE inch O Hue corner St Clilr and Wtppln Streets itlLKY HAltPULb Manager OF OO-A-- X -- For a CHRISTMAS GIFT Capt Holloways Luucli Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria gDWARD CLAASSEN -- The splendid entertainments here- Â¬ tofore given by Capt L D Holloway and wife were completely overshad- Â¬ owed by the elegant supper which they gave to the members of the Constitutional Convention and their friends generally on Thursday even Â¬ ing A large number of our people were in attendance who pronounce it unsurpassed by anything of the kind ever given in this city The Con Con March was played by Mrs Holloway and Miss Jennie McDonald and was received with great applause Everyone enjoyed themselves and the Captain was immensely delighted to have so many of his friends with him Arctic flour is a first class oatent and equals any patent sold in Ken Try it ucky 14 m GEORGE CROSS DPvCTZO-ILi Manufacturer Plumber KY A few more ot the number stoves at Buckleys 7 cook 35 GasSteam Fitter AND DEALER UMBRELLAS 413 Fourth Ave INt A Safe Investment Â¬ A Pleasant Affair n The social dance given by Miss Rosa Caplinger who lives several miles below this city on the Lewis Ferry pike on last Friday night November 20 1890 was a grand suc cess in every sense of the word and every one enjoyed thomsolves very much The occasion was one long to be remembered Â¬ Is one which is guaranteed to bring you satisfactory results or in case of failure a return of purOn this safe plan chase price you can buy from our advertised Druggist a bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption It is guaranteed to bring relief in every case when used for any affection oi Throat Lungs or such as Consumption Chest BronInflammation of Lungs chitis Asthma Whooping Cough etc It is pleasant Croup etc and agreebble to taste perfectly safe and can always be depended Trial bottles free at South upon Side Drug Store Â¬ LOUISVILLE Sole Agent For Gas Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Closets PIPE AND FITTINGS ETC STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO JOB AND CONTRACT WORK ALL WORK GUARANTEED In rear of 8alenders Grocery FRANKFORT KNTLTIC f I AfMrmru 7V f SS -- - m KID GLOVES Real Kronen Kid and laced with BE UP TO 3NTot THE MARK to ghPll t 3Tcyt to Discolor BEARS THIS MARK THAT CAN BE RELIED ON Fosters New Hook TRADE LLULOID OHE DOLLflR WEEKLY NEEDS NO LAUNDERING 1 I H Carpenter Heavy Hog Of all the flour made or sold in BUYS A GOOD GOLD WATOH the Stale Miles Sons is the best BY OUR CLUB SYSTEM without a doubt 14 Our 14 karet patent stiffened koIU cases are warranted toi 20 jeard Waltlmin and Elgin movement reliable and well knovwi Stem wind and bet hunting or oneu face lailyH or Kents Wo sell one ot tl7e Etiuul to any 70 watch these watches for Mark CAN BE WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMENT Mr Frank Smith of the Antioch go up on tin but prices neighborhood this county slaugh Â¬ onTariff will will bo lower than over tin roofing tered and sold to Fincol Brothers the for the next thirty days at Buckleys 35 meat merchants yesterday a largo m fat hog which weighed 427 not Salve THE ONLY LINEN LINED WATEHPROOP COLLAR IN THE MARKET- - wr The best salve in the world foi Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt 11 lt WKITZKL ODONNELL Tetter Fever Sores Rheum Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns IS LIFE WORTH LIVING and all Skin Eruptions and posiNot if you go through the world a tively cures Piles or no pay redyspeptic Dr Ackers Dyspepsia quired It is guaranteed to give Tablets are a positive cure for the perfect satisfaction or money re worst forme of Dyspepsia Indiges Price 25 cents per box tion Flatulonoy and Constipation funded Guaranteed and sold by For pale by South Side drugstore 9 j w uayle Jruggiat P H Carpenter 5 iy ladies long Newmarkets at on the dollar 25 25c Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Bucklens Arnica and send to any add less by registered mall or hi express C O lwlth privilege of examina tion Our agent at Durham N C wr ss Our Jewelers have confeshed ti dont know how jou can furnish such work for tlu money li 28 CASH C -- E COLLINS DBALKBS IN BRO Shot and Shells And Agcnfei V I Â¬ jini Wall Paper Decorations i for Laflin 1 Rand EBpQBubBbu wanted at each place Write for particulars nioo EMPIRE WATOH CO IJainlGOMalJoii LuneNew OABNESS PICKS LDIK PLA8TEB CEMENT 0LAH5 OILS LEAD AND MIXED PAQJTB BU0VEL8 CBOW BAIIS DRILLS I HON AND STSEL 1 FULL LIN1 Of SXWKK AND FLUB PIPE COB BROADWAY AND LKWI8 ST IBANKFOBT YorkNY tii Mm m FALL FABRTCE FOR SUITS a SMS TROUSER -- AND KMH VfcKUJAi LJ1EJSZ STYLES I2STMJMMJ MJM MM W EBHMSi 1 tatxn ITHM IMM 4 MJMI GOODS Glfl I 4 wis i YOUMANS STETSONS AND OT 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 tS line We will be glad to show you what we have HUDSON HUMPHRIES L CASSELL rrmmn vu umueaas Forks of Elkliorn The Roundabout is the Peoples paper Then why not all subscribe for it Rev M L Kesler of the Seminary Louisville preached very acceptably at Buck Run last Sunday both morn- Â¬ ing and night Mrs Julia Hughes and little grand- Â¬ daughter Pattie South have return- Â¬ ed home from a visit to relatives at Beards Station Rev H GHenderson of Frankfort will preach at the Christian Church next Sunday Dec 7 at 3 oclock p m Mr B B BigataiT and Master Ern- Â¬ est Parrent have visited friends in Fayette county since last report Mr Lloyd Featherston and family of Woodford county were in our midst last Sunday Rev J H Burdin preached at Buck Run last Thursday night Quitea number of our citizens have killed hogs during the past week Will Hammon who had so far recov- Â¬ ered from his recent attacic of in- Â¬ flammatory rheumatism as to bo able to walk about has had a relapse and is now very ill again Mr Gus Talbott who has been quite ill for some time still remains very low The farmers have taken advantage of the exceedingly beautiful weather of the past two weeks to crib their corn A considerable number of the feath- Â¬ ery tribe have been slaughtered in this vicinity during the past week and conveyed to Frankfort for con- Â¬ sumption Mr George V Pryor of Paris is on an extended visit to relatives in this section Mrs Sallie Burdin left yesterday forMt Sterling where she will remain a week visiting relatives Mr Bigstaif rpquests us to say he will meet the tobacco men in Frank- Â¬ fort the first Monday in December prox at which time and place he will circulate the necessary subscrip- Â¬ tion paper Several children in the neighbor- Â¬ hood have been on the sick list this Â¬ flattering in size and favor at her rendition of Foggs Ferry last evening The little star is a spright ly vision as she animates the stage with her pranks and sparkling hu- Â¬ mor She is all that one may desire to see in the soubrette nimble and graceful in the light fantastic well equipped as a vocalist substantially magnetic in both farcical and pathetic personations All the requirements of the role of the impulsive naive and cherry Chip the ferrymans daughter wero fulfilled with charm Of the company the foremost figure was Mr Harry Mills a clever dancer and songster as well as accomplished comedian Miss Evans and Mr Mills rendered several duet songs and danceSj all of which were highly appreciated and encored Miss Evans sings exceedingly well con- Â¬ sidering her little range of voice Miss Clifton was tho most pugilistic of matrons in the role of the ferry Â¬ mans wife and she extracted a rare bit of humor from the garb of Mrs Fogg The Messrs Brooks Verney Everton and Spencer did justice to their respective parts and shared the Foggs Ferry favor of the house is teeming with lively episodes and well defined incidents which appeal to every mind Tho action of the plot is brisk and highly entertaining and the audience seemed to enjoy the general performance immensely Tioga Geo Tharp and Ebb Bailey were in Shelbyville Thursday on busness S E Miles shipped a car load of nogs trom Bagdad to the city Mon- Â¬ day averaging 278 pounds Mrs Dr Miles and daughter Nellie Bly visited friends in the vicinity of Jacksonville last week ri Mrs Julia Bailey of Flag Fork visited her mother Mrs Eveline You have Consumption Tharp last week rr Wo do not sav this to frishten Porter Duncan and family of Clay village visited Jacksonville vicinity you but It is true These are the sure symptoms of this terrible disease There is one thing which will check it and that is last week We were glad to peruse the brief but interesting items from from Six It Is recommended by the best physicians In Europe nnd America Mile Gal in the last issue V 25 cent i0 cent nnd 8100 per Ilottle W- - H HOOKER The question is Where were Jim CO 46 West Broadway New Yorlv Moore and Israel Tharp last Wednes Â¬ day night Sparking you bet Allen Tharp of Frankfort was down Sunday on business with his rji what WHAT Vous AILS You feel tired Do you know it means You are ner Why You cough in the morning Do you realize the cause Your appetite is poor What makes it so You seem like a change person to your friends Do you know what is the matter or has the change been o gradual it has escaped your notice KNOW YOU DR ACKERS ENGLISH REMEDY fl 1 ft father Mrs Fannie Edington of the village has had a severe case of jaun- Â¬ dice We are glad to report at this writing that she is getting along very Â¬ S J THOMPSON IS PREPARED TO FILL ALL ORDERS FOR- FOR -- nicely Rev H F Jordan assisted by Jerome Simpson will conduct a meeting at Indian Fork this week Tho Buccaneers of Old On last Sunday morning Mrs Flaunted tho sUvAl and cross bones their en Stigers discovered that her house was Your modern sign defiantly at tho masthead on fire The alarm was given and in pirate not on tho high seas but upon tho high a short time by faithful and hard reputation of standard remedies skulks under work they succeeded in quenching various disguises His hole and corner traffic the flames They lost a bed and bed has never to any degree affected Hostetters clothes and several valuables that are 261 West Stomach Bitters although that standard Invig indispensable in every household orantand corrective has long beeii the shining 33 3m directed Mrs Julia Bailey and Israel Tharp mark at which his shafts have been composed of fiery unremi- Â¬ will visit Cheap local bitters their brothers and kinsfolks tted stimulants with an infusion or extract possibly of some tonlo bark are still some Â¬ in Indiana in the near future times recommended as Identical with or sim- Â¬ Oatchum or possessing virtues kindred to those These perish speedily while the great subduer and pursues its successful preventivo of disease career overcoming malaria dyspepsia ner- Â¬ vousness kidney troubles constipation and rheumatic ailments not only on this but on many continents of Americas chosen family medicine BosgMs But Flowers Funerals Telephone Ooninectlon Jefferson Street m Floral Deigns Weddings - - - Louisville Ky i ilar to JOHN T BUCKLEY Queensware and Fancy China Tea Sets 56 The larg- Â¬ pieces 3 Dinner Sets from 85Cup est stuck in Central Kentucky to select presents from Stoves Tinware and Home Furnishing Goods Heating Stoves Cook Stoves from 475 up from 3 up E If ARE YOU MADE miserable by In- Â¬ Dizziness digestion Consumption Loss of Appetite Yellow Skin Shi lohs Vitalizer is a positive cure 28 For sale by J W Gayle Many old soldiers who contracted chronic diarrhoea while in the ser- Â¬ vice have since been permanently cured of it by Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarahcca Remedy For 8 lm sale by J W Gayle week Jeff and little daughter Mattie visited relatives at Midway last Thursday M B Lucas wife and son T J The best and cheapest line of ladies miBses and childrens underwear and hosiery can be found at 11 lt WEITZEL ODONNELLS mmm m v S Plumbing and las Fitting Tin Roofing and Guttering job work of all kinds in both branches done promptly ami guaranteed to be first class I have the largest stock in my different lines to be found in Central Kentucky and nt prices Give me a call that are beyond all competitor Dont Forget For lame back there is nothing If yon are going west that the St Louis Air Line run Louisville the finest trains in the world between Trains Louisville and St Louis leaving at 810 a m daily equipped with Pullman perfected safty steam treatment will cure rheumatism For heated day coaches parlor and din Â¬ 8 lm sale by J W Gayle ing cars Trains leaving Louisville at 915 p m equipped with day Hogsheads Jack coacnes and Pullman drawing room Five Thousand Long agent has 5000 well seasoned sleepers If you wish comfort safty and tobacco hogsheads for sale quick time bo sure and call for tick 11 tf ets via tho Air Line Any information 7 regarding maps rates etc will bo Children Cry for Pitchers Castorla promptly furnished by writing to better than to saturate a flannel cloth with Chamberlains Pain Balm and bind it on the affected parts Try it and you will bo surprised at the prompt relief it affords The same K2iMHsB JOEET T BUCKLEY Miles An Nerve and Liver B L important discovery They act on the liver stomach and bowels A NASAL INJECTOR free with each through the nerves A now principle bottle of Shilohs Catarrh Remedy They Bpeedily cure billiousness bad Price 50 cents taste torpid liver piles and constipa- Â¬ For sale by J W Gayle 28 tion Splendid for men women and children Smallest mildest surest Darbys Prophylactic Samplos free at 30 doses for 25 cents J W Gayloa Frankfort Ky 45 ly Use it in every sick room Will keep the atmosphere pure and Lizzie Evans wholesome removing all bad odors from any source FOaaS FKIUIY Will destroy all Disease Germs Atlanta Constitution of No infection from all Fevers and all The vember 13th has the following com contagious diseases plimontary notice of a performance The eminent physician J Mari- Â¬ nf Fntrcd Forrv the comedv in I on Sims of New York says which bricht and winsome Lizzio Evans will annear at tho Onera am convinced that Prof Darbys House next Wednesday night Fluid is a most valu Lizzie Evans certainly deserved Prophylactic ai the audience which was bo justly able disinfectant Pills 10 tf Trav Pass Agt Bkyant Louisville Ky Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is iaken it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste and nets gently yet promptly on tho Kidney Live and Bowels cleanses the syb ten effectually dispels colds head aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation Synip of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro duced pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial m its efibctfl prepared only front tho most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have mado it tho most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for salo in 50c and 81 bottles by nil leading drug Â¬ gists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro euro it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ NSSgSKSXmVVV M1 for Elim Infants and Children Castoria cores Colic Constipation Sour Stomach Diarrhoea Eructation Kills Worms gitet sleep and promotes dl Without injurious medication For several years I have recommended Castoria aud shall always continue to Sour as it has invariably produced beneficial results Edwin T Piann M D Tbo Wlnthrop 129th Street and 7th Ave New York City T7 Castoria la so well adapted to children that I recommend It as superior to any prescription II A Aacssm M D known to mo Ill Eo Oxford St Brooklyn N Y The use- of Castoria is so universal and Its merits so well known that it Beams a work of supererogation to endorse It - Intelligent families who do not keep Castoria within easy reach Cahloi Matth DD City New York Bloomlngdalo Reformed Church Late Pastor Fewti Tn CawTAua Cowaht MuJaa BTaaar Nw Yosjc SAN FRANCISCO CAL 10UI8VUI KY NEW YORK NY E iiiitMni i wawBiWMiiWw wHBhiwMM nwiM nW lB w 1 WWW 1MBWM rs IlK Our stock of Cotom 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 CRUTCHER STARKS ARE YOU READY WE ARE CLOTHING BOOTS SHOES HATS AND FURNISHINGS See below what the Great Clothing and it mimrji wwni- - Ever on sale in Central Kentucky Shoe House has to say about Prices h MENS SUITS Mens Overcoats 5 00 4 00 to 5 50 to 7 50 10 00 7 50 to 300 16 50 10 00 to 435 16 50 to 30 00 550 This is by far the largest and best line of suits we Our Mr Starks just back from New ever handled York where he closed many large stocks at about You should see these goods and one half price save yourselves big money 3 s Shoes i Shoes 50 a good one for I 00 2 Childrens Shoes 35c to 500 Mens Suits 250 120 Mens Satinetts 3 00 to 4 7 12 00 50 Boys Shoe The Best 2 IE 00 00 to 15 00 15 00 to 40 00 We show the best stock of these goods shown in this country and defy comparison 1 210 Mens Ulsters 175 Mens Overcoats and Ulsters 160 Overcoats and Ulsters 328 Mens Fine Dress Overcoats to 8 00 to 3 75 1 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 Wecarry DUNLAPS full line Soft Crush Hats 50c to 50 Fine Fur Hats soft broad brims 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 water that we are selling at 10c 15c 25c You should not fail to seerthis 35c 50c and 75c stock at 1 1 Ul tl r Wens Suits ami Overcoats Boys Suits a 35 Childrens Overcoats 0 S5 1 1 67 83 61 175 2 50 75 Long Pants ana overcoats 2 50 3 00 4 00 up to 1 12 00 00 160 Childrens Suits 78 Boys Suits 141 1 25 to 2 25 Long Pants 1 S3 178 93 Boys Overcoats commence 50 3 00 4 00 5 00 up to 20 00 We have a grand stock of these goods and we never miss selling them 1 1 00 to 3 50 5 00 3 75 to 5 50 to 10 00 10 00 to 20 00 75 2 00 2 50 1200 1000 Childrens Knee Pants 00 to 7 00 25 35 50 up to 25 3 1 Half Price and Less tnivimmiBHKMJrU9mmmitammt9m BOOTS 15 BOOTS 0 75 to 00 25 to 1 50 50 to 2 00 2 00 to 5 00 00 guaranteed 1 Trunks Trunks Furnishing Goods 60 Doz Domet Over Shirts 35c 52 Doz Small check Outing Shirts very fine and strong and heavy at only 60c 30 Doz Splendid Mitts 25c 10 Doz Fur Top Kid Gloves 75c 9 Doz Mountain Goat Gloves only 50c 20 Doz Fine Kid Gloves 75c 1 oo 1 25 to 2 00 Splendid Linen Collars only Large Stock Suspenders 15c 20c 25c up to 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 25 to 6 00 per suit Cases Childrens Boots 20 Cases Youths Boots 2 Cases Boys Boots 65 Cases Mens Heavy Boots Gibbs Allen Water proof Boots or money refunded 1 1 1 The largest and best line of Trunks ever shown by us on our 2d and 3d floor 5 Bags 1 Bags any quality or Ladies Shoes 250 pairs Ladies Calf Shoes lace and button the best money can buy cost you 25 to 2 co 500 pairs Ladies Kid Button Shoes from 1 25 to 1 Traveling Bags 50c to 20 00 grade you can possibly wish I 8c 1 ROBES ROBES We have just receivedflour second importation of Wolf and Black Bear Robes Prices 5 00 to 18 50 Wool Robes 3 50 to 8 00 50 1 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 iiroiartii LOUISVILLE and Jeferson Crutch er Starks Opposite Oit37-- FRANKFORT Hall hiifjfjujUbM