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GPrwwmr mpmwr 4 I The Volume XIV Jett Koundabotjt Frankfort A GEO A LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED FRANKFORT KY TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TEltMS 100 In Advance DECEMBER 6 1890 Number 13 here Philip Goins son of Sanford Ooins jr was recently thrown from a mule ana naa nis arm DroKen Mr Pat Newman a locomotive en- Â¬ gineer of tho Ohio Valley R R is visiting his parents and expects soon to accept a position on the Louisville Southern Farmers are complaining of tho depredations of the crows It is said that in some instances they eat the corn as fast as it is shucked We know one man who with loaded gun watches his wheatflelds to prevent them from taking up the grain Madam Rumor reports a baby wed Â¬ ding near Ducker at Christmas in bride will which a fourteen-year-ol- d figure God help the child Receipt for making a small boy happy Talk to him about dogs guns and Shetland ponies The warehousemen express no alarm when they hear the reverberating thunders from the camps of the farm- Â¬ ers and yet we have never seen a sot of men so anxious to explain their po- Â¬ sition A lady not far from Jett feeling agrieved over reputed slanderous utterances of a male acquaintance procured a pistol and took a pair of shots at him He escaped by a liberal distribution of heel dust We note in the proceedings of tho Tobacco Growers Convention at Lex- Â¬ ington it was agreed that any citizen though not a grower of tobacco may hold stock in the proposed association We beg leave to demur If such a rule is adopted tho Warehousemen can and will furnish money to disrqputable parties who will buy up the stock to be controlled by the Warehousemen the purchasers receiving a consideration for their part in the transaction thus a controlling influence can and may bo purchased by the very men we are fighting Let none but growers have stock but let all bona fide Growers land owners tenant farmers and laborers have as much as they want and can pay for We hope tho Louisville Convention will reconsider this matter On sick list Mrs Nora Darnell and Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Miss Lulio Gibson has just returned from a visit to Shelby county Mrs Sallio Connell of Oldham county and Mr William Winstead ofTuscumbia Ala are visiting menus i j litrtln Harry Beckloy Saturday and Sunday Mrs Addio Tato and Mrs Holvina Davis of Oakland spent Tuesday wlth Mra- - EIla Bockley Mrs Ollie Beckley visited Mrs Dannie uook Aionuav A Rood meetinc is in proeress at Indian Fork Church conducted by Revs JH P Jordan and T J Sampson S T and D W Beckley and sons have purchased the small farm ad- L W ioining them from dollars Demaree hundred Mr RoberiTate of Croppers who has boon very sick is improving slowly Wm Beckley of Croppers is in a Educational Tho next meeting of tho Franklin County Teachers Association will be held at the Walcutt School house dis trict No 37 and we hope to see a largo crowd of teachers present Tho date is the 3d Saturday the 20th of Decem- Â¬ ber The following is tho Â¬ clear the track full car loads HO LI DAY COODS -- ie-oik otieize very critical condition at this writing Mrs Mattie Fishback of Jackson- Â¬ ville is visiting Mrs Ollie Beckley this week Six Mile Gal Â¬ Opening Exercises Mental Arithmetic H M Pols grove R S Dinklo and E R Jones Essay Theory and Practice Miss Lucy Pattie Percentage 0 II Parront Miss Hannah Inues History H F Jordan R II Gra- Â¬ ham All are invited and expected to take part in these discussions PKOGIIAMME QUAtfD OPEJOTG DECEMBER A11 ties -- 4 RACKET STORE County Superintendent Nerve There is nothing like it It is the foundation of all action The man of Nerve is a success The man without it is a failure Many men and women are overworked sufiering with ner- Â¬ vous prostration and longing for something to restore them again to vigor and health There is one med- Â¬ icine that will accomplish the desired result Dr Hales Household Tea cures nervous prostration making the weak strong and gives nature a jog by putting all the organs of the system into a healthy condition It is the finest remedy known Dr Hale3 Household Tea tho great Blood Purifier and Nerve Tonic is sold at 25 and 50c at Phil Carpenters 2 South Side drug store BIG COME EARLY GET CHOICE BEFORE THE - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Mrs Mary E Quinn Bulldofus The laws of health are taught in the schools but not in a way to be of much practical benefit and are never illustraed by living examples which in many cases mignt easily do tione If some scholar who had just con- Â¬ tracted a cold was brought before the school so that all could hear the dry loud cough and know its significance see the thin white coating on the tongue and later as the cold devel Â¬ oped see the profuse watery expecto- Â¬ ration and thin watery discharge from the nose not one of them would ever forget what the first symptoms of a cold were Tho scholar sltould then be given Chamberlains Cough Rem Â¬ edy freely that all might see that even a severe cold could be cured in one or two days or at least greatly mitigated when properly treated as soon as the first symptoms appear This remedy is famous for its cures of coughs colds and croup It is made especially for theso diseases and is the most prompt and most reliable medicine known for the pur- Â¬ pose CO cont bottles for sale by J 13 lm W Gaylo Â¬ I i I bers Oscar Bockley Leslie Beckley and Willie Ellis attended the show at Oakland School house Monday night Miss Mary Graves of Jacksonville was tho guest of Miss Lillie Fishback Monday night last Madame Rumor predicts a wedding in high life near here at an early date Theres many a blip between the cup and tho lip but we believe the Mad ame is about right this time at least there is an old gentleman frequently seen in tneso portions and ho makes no secret of his intention We only ask the old gentleman if he takes our girl to bo good to her Good bye my darling I will call again you bet R P Thompson of Lebanon Ridge was through hero Tuesday Mrs Gummings has moved to Louisville whereshe will make her future home Tommie dont you go Tommie oh Tommie dont you go you never will return again Tommie Perhaps I will Tho Roundabout is always a wel- Â¬ come visitor at this place Â¬ Â¬ ty visited this community Friday last Iko and Andrew Wade of Bagdad visited Mrs Mary Haydan and family Tuesday last Tho Farmers Allianco are doing a prosperous business at their Lodge at Graves School house They meet every Thursday night and most gen- Â¬ erally initiate three or four now mem D W Bockley Oscar Graves and Leslie Bockley attended church at In Â¬ dian Fork Sunday Oscar Graves and wife of Clear Creek visited D W Beckley Satur Â¬ day and Sunday last Miss Gertie Tate of Oakland and Miss Nellie Sparks of Oldham coun- Â¬ R K McCLURE Come to us now for HO FOR THE HOLID A YS Fverytliiug Else Failed I am now 23 years old and from the time I was seven years of age until 1885 suffered with a severe case of Scrofula During this time I took every known remedy but to no purpose My father took me to North Carolina where I was put under the treatment of an eminent physician The medicines given me had only a temporary effect for shortly after my return the Scrofula broke out in a more malignant form and I was worse oil fcfian over before In 1885 I discontinued taking all other medi cines and commenced taking Swifts Specific S S S I took a number of bottles and it cured me I have been free from Scrofula from that time un- Â¬ T A Sizemore til now Piedmont S C Â¬ I o HOLIDAY GOODS WE HAVE TOY BOOKS IN GREAT VARIETY taking during that time great quan- Â¬ tities of difioreut medicines with- Â¬ out deriving any perceptible roliof Friends induced me to try Swifts Spe- Â¬ the start and after taking several bottles restored my health aa far as I could hope for at my ago which is now 75 years Mrs S M Lucas mailed free Bowline Green Kv Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases SWIFT SPECIFIC CO I Ef ealtli For 25 years I suffered from Boils Erysipelas and other blood affections Restored Her The nicest selections of BIBLES ever in the city WRITING DESKS AND DRAWING BOXES OP cific S S S It improved me from It Matters Not Who PAPER AND ENVELOPES AND CHRISTMAS CARDS AND BOOKLETS Failure in Life Teople fail in many wayB In busi ness in morality in religion in hap Â¬ piness and in health A weak heart is often an unsuspected cause in fail Â¬ ure in life If the blood does not clr- culate properly in the lungs there is shortness of breath asthma etc in the brain dizziness headache etc in the stomach wind pain indigesÂ¬ tion faint spells eto in the liver torpidity congestion etc Pain in tho loft side Bhoulder and stomach is caused by heart strain For all these maladies Dr Miles New Cure for the heart and lungs is the best remedy Sold guaranteed and recommended by J W Gayle Frankfort Ky Trea Â¬ 3 tise free I fv fS Atlanta Oa Â¬ OUR VERY BEST PEO PLE Haydous Mill Mrs Hattio Sams and Mrs Jennie Smith visited Mrs Ollie Beokloy Confirm our statement when we say that Dr Ackers English Remedy is in every way superior to any and all other preparations for the Throat and Lungs In Whooping Cough and Croup it is magic and relioves at once Wo offer you a sample bottle free Remember this Remedy is sold on a positive guarantee 9 Some of the prettiest you ever saw Come and see our stock and you will buy i M a jr W Gayle Druggist Thursday evening Mrs Mary L Hall of Dofoe visitod in the Bagdad community last week day last Joe Skolton of Christians burg visited this community Saturday night Farmors havo been very busy and as a consequence loafers very scarce for several days Miss Minuio Beckloy was tho guest of Miss Lizzio Fishback Sunday last William Sams and wifo visited A H Truman and family Sunday Cleveland Tato of Oakland visitod school at Graves school houso Mr P O Skelton who has boon in feeble health the past summer we are sorry to say is no bettor D W Bockley and Misses Jennie Becklov and Mary Skolton visitod Oscar Graves and wife of Clear Creek community Saturday and Sun Â¬ Fitzpatriok visited Mrs J S Beokloy of Bagdad one day last week L W Domareo of Dry street was in Louisville Thursday on business A L Beckley S 0 Beckloy and Misses Jennie and Minnie Bockley aro all attending Prof Bohannans Mrs Ollie Beckley and Miss Lizzie WILL YOU SUFFER with dyspep ment sia and Liver Complaint Shilohs Is the finest euro in the world It Vitalizer is guaranteed to cure you 27 absolutely cures catarrh It cures For sale by J W Gayle Cures neuralgia and rheumatism Poinoiis iircdiiiir Piles lijto magic Cures Salt Rheum presents call on W aiiytliimr in Holiday L Coppersmith the in tho most soothing manner Cures Jeweler Inllamod and Granulated Eyelids 3t Cures Coughs and Uolds Can bo Cuts bruises taken internally CATARRH CURED health and burns chilblains sores of long stand Â¬ sweet breath secured by Shilohs ing corns and bunions aro cured Catarrh Remody Price 50 cents quickly difleront from all else supi Nasal Injector free For sale bv J rior to all else it has no equal 2 and W Gayle 27 50c boxes largo sizo cheapest Sold at Phil CarponterB drug store South Tho best dark calicoes at 5 cents 52 Side 10 3t J L Rodman Son -- Dr Hales Household Oint Â¬ R K McCLURE -- 4 HEADQUARTERS FOR- - Buggy Booes Horse ClotUng I sporting Highest of all in Leavening Powers XT S Govt Report Aug vj9 1889 Elite Rcffol O Baking Powder GUNS ORDERED AT WHOLESALE PRICES ft m We handle nothing but STANDAKD GOODS and our prices we guarantee our Stock Before ABSOLUTELY PURE lyJuiii 1 M w Examine Purchasing Elsewhere v nk iitoiiiiiii vWTP PWJfRWP niTK7PfBWI n vwwjiw Ijyspwiijnl T TJt imi hh TwfMwpwiiPwiwwmwminr Brjr J sy js Aw - fefex5 iS fir T Ml HT iniJl H 1 iWT Tl stf wrv il Toys Toys Toys M f iiiat4yfr j jm rBMsiHEHKMHiKgHi 111 llM il I The most complete stock ever seen in the city is to befound at S7i - IHPffiTSrflw wiiiiwimjBj tew flKdKZiiiiHiiiv jlIW Everybody is invited to call and look and see the many novelties and n cic tbc lew prices Goods ordered will be laid aside v -- vrTnrrMagTMBii4iik v until wanted REMEMBER THE PLACE SO HTER Maoecrioers MSseriiJ- Look after HJji 43m Jarst i Jan Â¬ uary wcwil I revise our Hists and elrop all delinquents fcrHosial AHLER List of Registered Voters HanEici SEnrrod ewi i tiosiK vs Mr Hamlet Harrod father of Messrs John S and James W Harrod of this nitv rllprl ji i hiMlinniP in Shnlhv rnm iy on weunesuay oi jasc weoi niter an illness of several months TEJsicIe Miss AHocn Woodson visited friends in Georgetown last week Mr James AlcChusney of Paris was in the cit on Tlmrsday Mr T M Gilmore of Louisville was in the city on Thursday Mr E P Bryan returned on Satur- Â¬ day from a trip to New York Miss Adelaide Schroeder spent Sat Â¬ urday and Sunday in Louisville Mr P Fall Taylor of Louisville is visiting his mother in this city Mr Martin D Hardin is at home from Danville visiting his parents Miss Maggie Lewis returned Mon Â¬ day from a short visit to Lexington Mr James W Mayhall of Loute ville is visiting his father in this chy Miss Maggie Clay of Paris spent the past week with Miss Lutie Ware Miss Fannie Herndon of Louisville is visiting relatives in the coun- Â¬ Â¬ Jii to PrcacZs Â¬ Uncle Jim Wakefield promised the congregation of the Baptist Church that he would have a minister to sup ply the pulpit for them to morrow or he would preach himself As we have received no announcement of any one else to conduct the services we presume Uncle Jim intends to keep his promise and fill the pulpit himself There will be a large con- grogation out to hear him Is tho place to buy your bootsshoes c SIIILOH S COUGH and Consump hats caps dry goods notions tion Cure is sold by us on a guarantee Call and get our prices on14groceries Elections December 15 T i 1890 and IV JL1 ouiisuiupuun For sale orby of all kinds Sugars 13 sour and mash Pure for 1 pounds 3 1S91 w UaylCi whisky 40 50 and 60 cents per quart SLEEPLESS NIGHTS made miser Â¬ Country produce taken in exchange FIRST WARD able by that terrible cough Shilohs for goods ArnoM P D Adkins F M M T Mitchell Cure in the Remedy for you For sale Abrahams J110 E Aubrey Jose Frankfort Ky 27 by J W Gayle Allen Thos Allen C W 324 Broadway 3 HACKING COUGH can bo THAT Kerry Hiram Uoyd M E so quickly cured by Shilohs Cure Drown liob No rwfc7M Browder S P We guarantee it For sale by J W Hrcwn Lucicn Buckner Chas 27 Gaylo Brewer James Iiennctt C jr Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria Rip Raps January Gtli ni HIS XJJSy3 fttfTOFfl 5 Crowded ami Everybody Satisfied and Many Ilrowii Wm Ihickncr Tom Hutclier Morrison lktts Clias linker James lioclair O cnr Iirown Judah Hrooks Moses Iirown O 15 Praising Him Busey Luke Hridgeford W B Butler Isaac Banta II G i liacon Black B R Gsviaijj Tliem Away In order to induce their customers to use flour put up in paper sacks Miles Son have adopted Messrs the plan of presenting each pur Â¬ chaser of a sack filled with their J E M or Crystal brands some arti- Â¬ cle of household use made of glass or tin This is no lottery scheme but simplj an extra inducement to small buyersto take tho paper pack Â¬ age instead of cloth Their flours are among the best made and you get the full value of your money with the pre- Â¬ sent thrown in Read their advertise- Â¬ ment in another column Ban Andreas Cal Co Cal Fobr 18W My boy 13 years old was bo affocted by it that uo could not ro to school for 2 years Two bottles of Pastor Koenigo Nervo Tonic restored his natural health and ho Is now attending school again MICHAEL OCONNEL CURED AFTER SIX YEARS Mankato Minn Sept 30th 87 To whom it may concern hereby certify Vitus Dance Cured feM - Louis lianta E L Blan kinship W ii H Barrett liacon II C I C Haker Wm liurk J L Iiealty Albert liotlannon Jos L liuckner Bob lianta L B Iiuekins Eugene Brown Marian Berry G F Black George Bates James Buckner Jaties Burbridgp Ben Berry James Bailey ty Miss Annie Abraham spent several days with her parents in the city last week Miss Lucy Reno of Greenville is visiting Mrs W H Yost at the Capi- Â¬ tal Hotel Mr Robert Phythian of Newport made a flying visit to his old home this week Holiday Presents Miss Fannie Gray of Louisville is visiting her aunt Mrs W H Sneed Largest stock best goods lowest in this city prices Raisins currents citrons Col J G Craddock editor of the figs prunes nuts candy mince meat Paris Kentuckian Citizen was in the plum pudding oysters celery pure city yesterday California wines apple brandy and Miss Trimble of Mt Sterling is the finest whisky made in the State the guest of Judge Young and wife Come and see us Day Haff 13 3t at the Capital Hotel Miss Hermia Combs of Linneus Gratifying to All Missouri is visiting Mrs Geo A Lewis 516 Cross street The high position attained and the Mrs A D Troutman of Eminence universal acceptance and approval of spent Wednesday in this city the guest of Mrs J C Morton the pleasant liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs as the most excellent Mrs F L McChesney of Paris spent Wednesday night in this city laxative known illustrates the value on her way to Nashville Tenn of the qualities on which its success Miss Mamie Combs of Lexington is based and are abundantly gratify who has been visiting friends in this ing to the California Fig Syrup Com- Â¬ city returned home on Monday 10 4t pany Mr Loraine Rogers of New York has been visiting his brother Mr Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria R Rogers in this city this week Mr L L Conway of Louisville For lame back side or chest use spent Sunday and Monday in this Price 25 Shilohs Porous Plaster city visiting iriends and relatives cents For sale by J W Gayle 27 Misses Willina and Nina Robinson have returned to school at White Peaks Mill Sulphur after spending several days with their mother Mr John Pierce and Misses Carrie and Stella Van Ars their way to Frankfortwife were on dale of Harrodsburg who have been whon their horse became on Monday visiting Miss Lizzie Hudson returned at some water sloshing out frightened of a barrel homo yesterday morning with which some boys were hauling Mrs W Chapman Mrs J L Price witer and ran away Tbe buggy and Miss Maggie Taylor attended tho went over a bunk and Mr Pierce and performance Amor the Pretty Sha wife were thrown out Mrs Piorco keress at Lexington last night was quite seriously injured but Mr Hon Jerry South Hud member Pierce escaped unhurt elect from Baxter county Arkansas Hog killing will soon be on hand to the Legislature of that State is visiting his mother in this county Wheat is looking splendidly Mrs Dr II A M Henderson and Farmers arc beginning to break up daughter Miss Cecelia of Cincinnati ground for next years crop have- been visiting Mrs J C Mastin Mr and Mrs Dudley Baker of the past week and leave for home tovisited Frankfort their daugh day Misses Ilanlino Thomas and Anna ter Mrs Gill at Mud Tavern this May Petery of Mt Sterling Ky are week visiting at Mrs A E Stephens Mr L Hannen is building a now South Side attended tho Ledndgo box house for a Bath county gentle man in this place It will be quite a and Hainlino Redding Mr W L Lampson who has had neat improvement charge of the chair shops of Messrs Bird hunting is becoming quite Foard Co at tho Peniten lively Mason tiary for several years loft Tuesday Wo expect soon to have a now afternoon for Dotroit Michigan Christian Church at this place where ho will reside in future Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tbutl liuvo tried innny great physiclnns by reputntloiOln tho largo cities in tho west and for six years I sought lor ono skllli ul enough to cure my daughter of a nervous disease but without success I wns then induced to try tho Kev E Koenio of Fort Wayno hid who was reported us heiiipr very successful in troating diseases of this character and I nm pleased to say tuatby his skillful treatment my daughter was in a short tlmo completely cured and ho rof usod to accept any compensation for his services I cheerfully recommend him to any parties needing his services My daughter and myself will overbold tho reverend gentleman la grateful rememberance Subscribed find swnrn ti imfnrn ttm tiia tnl lay of September A D 1887 W H DAVIS Clerk of Municipal Court Mankato Minn Iioliannon J no Hull 1 U Butcher Moses Brawner Morgan Beatty John Uufonl Strother Blayney J Cluskey w Mc- - Frank Barrett Guy Iirown Robt No Hull b L 2 Booker Spencer Baker J II Uaird Foster Brooks Marshall liiKi5ii RHUS ilfl D Cnambers James Chiles James Church Richd Cole Lucien Conway Alex Coleman Pat Corbett Pat Cassell Jno H Cox Joe Crutcher B T Collins Taylor Cull G S Cromie W J Choatc E K Chinn Dr C B Coleman Milton Cromie Joe D Craig Geo Onr Pamphlet for safforors of nervous di Â¬ seases will ba sent free to any address and can also ftoorofpatients from us obtain this modiclna chareo This remedy has been prepared by tho Reverend SURGEON AND SPECIALIST Pastor Kcenlg of Fort Wayne Ind for tho past now prepared under his direc ten years and is And in charge of the Klectrlcnt nnd Surgical tion by tho Department of trm Coffee Medical Institute KOENIO MEDICINE CO ED Wilt MUlici CHICAGO ILL Louisville Ky at the cor Clinton Dt SOLD BY DRUGGISTS Price 81 per Bottle 6 Bottles tor 5 CAPITAL HOTEL FRANKFORT Â¬ w Rnr 1 Crier Spencer Crittenden R J Conipton Louis jr Culter Wm M Carpenter P II Coke V B Culter Henry Canada Thornton Chiles Ed Collins C E - Compton L F Cliinn Frank Corbett Jnb Carr Henry Corbett J L Caplinger Albert Culter Hardin Coke Jno D Cain J Andrew Compton Frank Cole Dick Caldwell George J W GAYLE Druggist Frankfort Ky AUTEH -C- HICKEN ftjwj UHJ Cholera Cure O Duke W G SATURDAY DEC 20 Day Daniel G W Dilger Al Duvail Henry Duke George Returninc every month durlnc the yenr Drane E M Dr Hen has heen connected with the largest Dorsey Henry Dean Jno hospitals in tho country and has no superior In Duvall Dr A Diiger A dlaguoMnc and treating diseases and deformi ties He will give 50 for any case that he can Davidson C E Dowling Richd not tell thH disease and where located in live Drane Geo C Davis Louis minutes He will return to Frankfort every Duke Chas Dtinlap Jno four weeks this year Treats all Curable Medical and Surgical Dis Davidson S N Dunnigan H C eases Acute Chronic Catarrh Drane Geo K Dawson Merit Diseases ot the Eye Ear Nose Throat and Lungs Dyspepsia Bright Disease Dia Ellison Geo Eubanks W T betes Kidneys Liver Bladder Chronic Female and Sex Egbert J F Emmet Guy N ual Dlbeases Exum C F or Ciared Franklin Walter R Finney J F Farmer II T French W T French Wm Forbes Timothy A Franklin W M Frazier Ed Fields Lindsay Fined C W Young ana Middle Aged Men Fined Henry Fined Jno Fellmer E A Suffering from Spermatorrhea and Impotency Fined George as the result of self abuse In joutli or excess In Fortune S T Flynn Robt maturer jears and other causes producing homo Fiazier R A Furr C C of the following ellects as emissions bloches Finncll Louis debility nervousness dizziness confusion of Fields lien Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ t f Epilepsy Iitc e Focitive Ideas aversion to society defective tueinor ami which unlit the victim for sexual exluuMloii business or marriage are permanently cured by remedies not Injurious Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholcomplications assoro throat fall era It is more fatal to chickens than Sypnlllsand pain In the banes eruption1 etc lug of hair are perfectly eradicated without using mercury all other diseases combined But the or oiner injurious urugs discovery of a remedy that positively Gonorrhoea ileet Stricture and all Urinary and Kidney Troubles are speedily cured by treat cures it has been made and to be con meat that has never failed vinced of its efficacy only requires a He undertakes no insurable cases but cures trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for thousands given up to die one hundred chickens It is guar- Â¬ anteed If after using two thirds of Remember the data ami como early as Ills a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly rooms are always crowded wherever ho stops satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken CONSULTATION FBKE Cholera return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded Correspondence solicited and confidential Ad dress For Sale by Â¬ EL001 AND SKIN DISEASES Garnet Jerry Grant Jno Glenn Jno E Glore Jack Glorc Chas W Garrett Paul Jno Ed Gordon Robt Groves Chi is Graham J W Glore Thornton Gault W L Graves Glore Hob Glore Louis Graves Jno Gatewood Iiedford Gayle Geo W Green Win Griffin Jno D Goins Canada Griffey Win Gray David Glore Major Glore Jno T Gordon Graves Will II Gordon Fred James Graham W L Green Warren Graham Ben Gault Jno W Gaines S M Remember the Date Gray F V Gayle Clarence Graham Jordan Gordon Cummins Goodwin W G Glorc Louis Gorman Jas Â¬ P Coffee Medical Institute Graham Jno Gayle R II Gault II S Graham Win 9 CARPENTER N0 52O FIFTH STREET SOUTH SIDE DRUGGISTS LOUISVILLE KY Herring Sanford Hughes E J Hall Dr W II Handy Laugh Heeney Jas Harvey Josh Ceniinuid h mxt Jage iriWi t ffi AfMfotlrftiiJVi Jr li TOTtHmfrJKiitiilf hfif Wsl 1lttCLjJtil - WWBWTffllWfTTWtWWTSWIWWWwliMliMlllWWIIEIWliDKiiy Ilinton Alexander Hydon I no Hubbcll D J Hleatte If L Hays Jno Harvey Basil Ilnyclcn Jas F Huekle Harvey Heppertl Taylor Hauschilds Felix Holmes Jas Howar Chas Hughes J W Hampton Hen Johnson Jno W Johnson Kelly Johnson Ben Johnston C L Johnson Jas L Hcrndon W C IHne Thos II Hyde H J Hicattc Estin Huffman Geo Wright Jno P Wade Walker Wheat Williams Geo II Hen Washington Wilson R J H M Lou is Keemon Williams E Wellington H i i Hardin J C Ilubbell Joe Humphries Thos F Harpold Kilev Hines E Weilel Geo J Price 15 Whitehousn Geo Wilson Jno Ward Wallace Wntson R T Wright W L Williams M H Wells Weitel It P Keliar Chas Kiit ley IE Knot rnnk Kirtley A T Knight Peter Kii iiw J E etc In r Henry Lightlturn Rial Luc is Tho lti ei ito Liuglifi rl It tidal l LucUt Wm Lane Edv aid Iu i ei S g I I 1 Chas Koenon R Willis Ed Williams Williams Geo B II G Wch Wu I h Washington Jas Patrick Henry L B Harry Weitel Jno Wilder Geo W Williamson Williams Yeagel G E Wood- - G M L B D ii William- - Jno Weitel Lticis Knight Thos Kincide Thos Lawon Anthony Lindsey Jno B Loomis Ed Lindsey W T Kratel Kendall C I L Knight Tom Kelly Chas Kirk W H Logan Willis I Wilson Waggoner M A I Hnbbell Harrod lloleman Geo W A Y Jno S Wright Hub L Williams Marion Elijah YmgcrJ M Lillis PM Iaoiw Louis Lewis F E Lone Isiac Cietk lyin i li Wiiicn li I Ivl II I I hi s ke Rii hi i i Yming Lewis Yniiii Wiliinni W C Z Geo JNO Allen Robt S HARROD Luckeii Jones Jno L Johnson Jno Will Jeffrie- W H Jett W L fc Jennings Nathan Jones Ameriiut James C E Johnson L F ones Marcus A h h Jackson Andrew Johnson Sam Jctt Peter Kesslcr Walter Kavanaugh Frank Kernen J C Kavanaugh H H Kleher Jno Long Jack Lane L C Larkin Jas T LeConipte M Larkin Wm Lewis G W Johnson Henry Johnson Stape Keys SECOND WARD Ahler Peter Abler Henry J Abler Jacob Alt Casper Allen Sanford Abbott J L Aubrey J P Allison Jesse Alcoin Thos Anderson Wm Anderson Richard Allen Jno Huckner Ford Brooks Thos L Ranks Eugene Blackley Brown Itrislan Bledsoe Hrown Booker Hulger G Hen Long Lillis Jno G W H T Ie li Lncb er Michiiel T CHURCH Dan Ctrk McCurdy Sun Morris Oscai Meagher M J Muiitly Abu Mernn WJ M inter P M Mangin Lewis iMathewSj F W Kennedy rrank Kermin Frank Kersey Chas E Kibby James Lewis Geo A Lowery Chas Lindsey D W Baxter Jno Jno J T A Moreheail McDonald jas Jerry ltutlcr Jno Hell Peter Ilrown Henry Riistan T J Buffin Richard ISrislan Heck Chas A C Henry Chas Meagher Dan McDonald Pit Mitchell Geo W Mandeville W G Meritt Miller Alonzn Morris Geo McCowan Henry Marshall J W Miner Henry McAulifle J imes Mandlehr Wm Monroe Tom McCowan Sam Mitchell M T Murphy Dick Newman Newman J Henry Jno Monro Jesse Miller Dne Mukes Liui Millei Essex Moore J M Madison Con Maxey Jno Mohn IIi it r Meriweihei Abe Milam J o W Mooney Geo THIRD WARD A lira ins ige Armstrong Win Ft Agee Aveiill Allen Mack Robs T P Arvin Wm Agee D ivnl Averill W H Archdeacon John Armstrong Ale Briley H N Boucher Jas N Bush Win Louis Ed Lniii L C Lewis Chas Lewis Granville Lane Jno Lawson A Linn Clia- I on Jno Lowrey Gian MacAnnally Mead Win Wm Lumpkins John Long Jas No Lambert Joe t Long J S Lawrence W J Lewis Chastine Lowrey Alex Long Jas No 2 Lyons Arthur Long L It Litnson W F Letcher Geo Limb Thos Luschcr Sam Louis Orlando Lane Jas Lane Wm awner H K McDonald Pit jr Madison Itju man Clias I iker Geo Berry Hoiirney Briscoe Geo Hi yant Wm How Butler Jas Madison Lee Henry Lindsey Henry F Ledrige James Morris Geo Morrison B F Movers Jas D Miller Geo W Merchant T P Mann Jessie Mastin J C Merchant Hugh W Merchant C W McCanu R Martin Pres Butcher Wm Busam Hush M Hell Thos Hiiirm T F Jno SInni Morten Miis I Mangaii Ino Iterberich Huckner Bryant Andrew Brady Horace Booker Moses M V Murray Thos Martin Walter Martin Geo Morton James Moody Joseph Martin Sandv McClure R K Milam B C Miller Vol Martin Robt Maxey Cmtcher Martin Ed Mordecai Harry Moore Geo McCaup Jno McCluie A H Moblcy Modoc McCarty Con Mosby Jno Morgan Jno McEwan Harry Marshall W lter Moore Chas McKee Chas Morse F H Miuter Louis Muiphy Dennid McGuire Wm Mann Frank H m Hurhtidge Cl rcnce Banks Black Jno Beecham Win Blade- - Geo Bet iv Thos Jas Looker Isaac Leu Bridgeford C Black R T Beiry Wm Buxton l Burett Mike MoKiv Miiit Henry T D Ruck ley M Mmg ii Hiker Hurley R It McAuliHr Con jr Mcpubheiis Jas Marshall Jno Moore Nickolas Moore Sol Wm Iturns Tom Morgau F M i i Marshall Ben Mosby Spencer Miller Moore Malone Miles V I P u 4 Meagher Frank no r Jas Merchant Elisha JN McEwan Win Mosby Burns Flem Hallew W T Burns Alex Hlackbtirn Wash Herryinan Henry Bercaw C D Hurbridgc Wirren Hurgin Harman Itrislan Jerry jr Uuckley Jno T Richard lterbridge Dee Berry Innes Baker Dudley Brown J M Bnuta Jno Brown Jacob Hums Wm Berry Alex Bland C H Bush G W Cook Chas Collins Sam Connelly E D Meagher Myers Morris Richard Miller Fied E L K C Burckhardt Bell Joe W H Miller Jas Murray Julius R Motherhead Noonan Kelson Neal Garrett E Chinn W J Chambers Wash Clay Cash Crittenden Chilsnn A Cox Steve F P H Newman Tom Newman Tom Nickles M Noonau J P Norman Hirt Norwood Joe OCon or Jno ODonuell Jas Owens Robt Oliver Oscar Henry Nickles Fied Nicol- - f Clark Oilando CI irk Jiin W Coleman Hen Cook J Chiles Will Coleman Jm Chinn W J jr Clark Jno Conway Jno Clark Mn e Cndy W S MiPer Geo Miller Col Mays Ben Morcecai Chas MacAnally Nicol C H Mnnard Wm Nelon Wm DJ i f Chas Morris A G Murray H C Mukes Jno Morris J W McEwan G H W II Chas Normin Floyd Nicol G W Mxjii Lei Mattem H G Cmtcher O Coleman R Newman Noeckei P Cise J M Carter Chas Churchill Ben Carroll Tom Candv Robert Cox Jake Cooveri W M Chum ird Jeo Cla Ja- - B sornian Ed Norman Geo Nicol Wat Nickles Wm Norrell Jas Nolan Jas B J W Montgomery Z J Mayhall Thus J McLean J G Massie Robt Martin Prcs jr Marshall Jno M Miller Edmund Noiman Harnett Newton Chas North C T Newman Dan Noland Walker E Oliver Osborne Isaac C McEwan J W Moigan W It McCoy Harry McGill Jas S McRerv K W McCloy Wm Mjrris W O Monda Ike L L Congleton Win Callaghan J M Coombs Robt Coombs Hias Centers Louis Anthony Collins Coleman M A Ed Callaghan Ed Cook Wm Moiten Lucien Mastin G II Mitchell Geo Ncl on C A H Newman Newman Thos Nicol David H Cunningham Richd Church G T Cuniiiiighaui R L Chatman Jno Craig Jno Carter Jno Ciaassen Ed Chambers Chas Chirk L T Coombs Rirhard Cummins Ed Craig Lewis D Chinn Calmcs G W Mark OConnor Owens Dan Offutl W II ODiinell Win ONeal Chas Jno I Cohen Lee II Collins P Coleman Louts Co hieve jr Cowi n Reiihen Jan ula W p Collins Geo Dean ODoniell H Owens j P Frank OConnor Moses Owens Price Pelt Will Wm y Cuttendeii Jno Chiles Russell J Phillip- - E A Pendleton Henry d Craig Ed Phvthiaii Mack Price Wills Prvor Chas Parker Andy Power T Pi ice Harrison Ciulcher Gloster Cli lmnn Overton A W Chambers Jno Carroll Hen Cjw mey J P Caldwell Ben Calvin Thos Ciutcher D J Chapman Wiekliffc Cannon Jno Coombs Henry Aid Parks W I Parker Mot Phelus Dick Piltman Dennis Posten George Jno Pirker Jno W bl Parrei Payne II C Payne Geo I Pollinl Siniiiel Pnikir EJ Powell Jas Divis Ruin Divis Wm Dean Wm E Dean Milton Dean Newton Divi- - tR I Diis Duiiell Dai Squire J a liis Cad Dean Bob Dudley Jell Divii Sidney Peuii Josiah Pitterson Frank Peevler Luke Piutet Jno W Peevler Wm Pepper It P Pleasant Bland Patterson Abe Preston Henry Pinie J II Parker Tom Phelps Jno Poyntei J S Qutnn J J Hodman Hugh Reed Je se Rosson Willie Pointer R Peevler Dave Piyor Fli ni Phillips Geo Polsgrove O B Prober Henry Pickett D W Pitlm111 Ed 1 P ige W ck loston Frank Peevler hos Chas Dritghfrt Jas Diau Dean 1 Ben I Jis n Ptnn Dan Phelps Cannon I C Collins J S Powell Oik Payne Chas Pose W G Piltman Silas Price J L Pi ice Ciiik Wm Callighin Dan Chiles Fielding Calnies Vincent N D H lr N Z H Payne Jno W Parrcnt Sam A Peay Parker Polke J 110 Pooie T G Pifer D C llemy F Proehl J Penii I lent y Phillips R II Ptisons R R Pilkington A Pomerung Herman Peterson J J Rodman Phelps Church Ciowley M Callaghan J It Chambers Colby Campbell Edward Chambers Chas Dailv T G Downing Jerry Dandridge W F Denny Jake Dudley Hush Dehonev R W Dudley W J Denny Abe Patterson Pearce Quinn Reuben Iarrant Ciawlnul A ml row PeHrs Parker Page Louis Pillu11 El Parker Joe Pukrr Mason Pirktr Ray Ryan IS D A Pi nice I Mike Dan Quarles Nat K Dehooey W S Daily J W Desmond C E Dennison Anily Deinar lorn Donley John Doty D W Dodson Len Damn George Dorn Max Doebbler Louis Roberts Wm Rodman Harry Roberts II 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 Stephenson Milton Smiley Still Saffell W S Rodman J L Reock Geo Rucker Geo Ridley Joe Rodman Jno Rodman T B Rodman Thos Rogers T P Russell Gieen Rost Henry Scofield F M Jno W Dmcol John Ross J Kohl Jacob Res no Russell Hud Rogeis J W Reunick Noah Reasor Geo Riliiiisii M Wm K Dean Alex Den Monioe Dupee Win Davis Chas Dorsey George Dean Jno Dai ling Robt Davis I Dean Newton Duncan Thos Dnitliciiv Robt Davis I heo Dean lorsej Win Jnor son JJic toi Gian Peter- - Win Poyntei J F Diugerheld J Drvden J B Dudley J G I lily Tlios J Dean Grant Dean Ja- DoiUrin Homer Dehoney Jno M Dudley Henderson Ambrose Quinley J H Rilej Jeiry Rod 111 in Jas Rake N rton Rosson Frank Richardson Sam Richie Richard Robinson Henry Body Pat jr Robin 01 Geo Smith Samuel Jr emenerer Fred Ferguson Dent Louis 1 Rogers J C Reading Coleman Robinson Hen Richardson Dudley Roberts F H Richie G W kichaidson Mogoffin Reading W T Robinson Herncy Roliinsou I Dvni Jno Delph Wilfoid Dunn Jno Ewing Nelson Evans Ellis Cash Ecton Jro Ely Di Jis Eliis Edward Eerhart Jas E Rennick Alex Reed Jno Rice Anderson Ros ou Rice Ros 011 Chas Rody Pat sr Body Jno Robinson Geo Rogers Jpo R Routes Fied Reed Ringold Henry Henry Davis D Robinson D O Rowland Cliff Schwcers Joseph Shelley James Shinkle G C Sawyier N J Stone T F Stone Jno Southwoith J B Rodman James M jr Evans R A Ellwpnger Henry Ellwangei Chas Egbert Clarence Freeman Jas Foote Vol Featherston Chas Ford Eli Foy Hen Evans P Elzy S Chas Emmerson W P Emmersnn O G Fields Jno Fletcher Frank Fiunell Amos Fields Geo Stephens Jno Smith T hos Stepp Dennis Sargent G II Sneed W H Stewart Henry Stoll Chas C Scheitinger Dan Simmons Slaughter Ed Smith Saml R Stephens Robt Stone Bowman Spaulding Jerry Shuw J W Smith Tab Smith Hob Smith Geo Force Jno W Firestone H F Fenwick R W Pat Gider Will Gum Abe Green Graves Linch Griftin W P Graves Wash Fosser Chas Frazier H II Force J M Gossit Warren Griffin Andy Green Milton Gaines A Q Swigert Joe Bob Smith Lloyd Scearce L G Spencer It F Swigert Jake Stephens Adam K Stephens Egbert Saffell W M Salender Geo Suter Jesse Stanley Fiank Salendei Geo jr Sho waiter WH T Stanton Simpson Pat Stephens Mat Stevenson Eli Seottow W J Giay M P Gibbons James Gobber Henry Graves Tandy Goins Sanford W Gobber Joe Gay US Gariett Steve Grcslum C R Goins James Gordon Fulton Geizer Gotleib Gaines W II Giiasom Louis Geoige W 11 Griffin Andiew Smith Joe Savaid Funds X Green Grant Gariett Tom Gohlsinith Frank Giuliani Gian C Greashaber Jno Ilammell Jas Henry Dud Huutei L R Harvey Richard Hawkins W H Hockerty Gip Harris Austin Hearn Thos Hutchison T J Hall Wm J Andrew Sullivan Morris Stewrit J Q A Smith Ander on Sullivan Mchael Strobridge Win Sargent Sam scruggs Caleb Smith Dow Sheltnn Jno Stateii J J Sage P J Sandeis Ah S iwer Jas Sayre B F Shaw G C Shi Jno E Sower Peter Samuels Tube Stephens Chas Sanders Sam Stiger Fred Sutton vjeo Saljer- - J E Smith S F Sliellv Ilm Schwiers J G Schubiuger Lamb ert Sciuggs Louis Smith Jno Short Louis Sullivan las Sullivan Dan Samuels Henry Miipman R W Stone Sim Sciuggs Henry Shock It y r r Smith Win Smith P F Scott Jno L Sinclaii Jno W Shelbeiton Albert 1 Ferguson Richd Finn Thos Fuln P A Ferguson Henry Foley I Flim Jno I J W Falkucr Samuel Glantop Jno liunes Chuichill fioode Byron Gaines W T Cnilhn Dennis sr Flynn W T Ford Thos Force Jno H Fieemont Jno Fulls Stephen Falkner Henry Fold Bob Grifly Griffin Slaughter Henry J F Jerry C south Sam Snow Chas Steele R C Smith Tom St Clair Orlando Shelton Bulks Steffie Nick Shannon Chas C Smith J W m Gordan Walter Goins Jno Grant J A Goins Phil Shannon Hiram Simpson Bisil Smith Nicholas Scott Preston Smith G F Sneed Russell i 3 Stanley James Scott Jas H Streets William Stewart Bob S nith Ed St Clair Horace Stanley Loui Smith Bob SchrolT Joe Streets Willie jicenup T S James Hush Graham Jas No Gaine- - Jas Gouis isnfouj Gant Gto Gales Jeff Jates Albert Gliutun Din Goins Griffin 1 Grten H Greenup I W N B Green Bob Gaines Jas No Gordon Claihoi nc Gorilou Chas SchwulioldjToni Scruggs Lou Snow Win Smith Sidney Scott W P Schweibold Jno HI i Gordan Jas Giant E II G 1 11 Satterwhite K F Sander Joe Stanley IL M Millivan P A Scales Ed C Shea Sam Sayre S C Samuels E L Spears Jno Sample F W Straus Geo Salyei Sain U V a union Griffey Thos Gayie J W Sargent Small Scott Sen- - Stone Studoi Albeit Sullivin N A Heniy Touipkuis Jtronw R II R A A M Jno A Griliam B inard Goidon This Guidon W T It Hirry Cinnett Geo Glaiitcn W A Jno Smith Aaron Szyniaiiski Alex 4 Gales CiH s jriiit Win Robt Ed A Goins Alex Got man W Hell ner J W Huntei Thos Hal E J Hudson W P sr Han - Edward Graham J Grant J 110 bcott Hunt Pat Haly Jno B Hoid Hawkins Louis 1 Sullivan Jas Triplett R S A Tanner Thos Taylor Reuben Taylor E II Truehurt Win Thomas Austin Taylor Auiianias Thomas Jno 11 Thomas Jno jr Tavlor Kcnner Thonnon Wingate Thompson G F Thomson Geo B iracey John Taj lor Edmund W Taylor E II jr Utterback J It Utterback W K Vogler C W Verd Clark Vanmeter D Tobin Kichd Tin ner Geo Tanner W L Thomas Gus lodd Jno R Thoiuason Z T Taylor J Swigert Thomson Horace loombs W K Told J II Tayloi Hen Todd Thomas R Thompson Frank Tilford Julian Turner T M Utterback Vest Hen Tajlor Palace Tallinn Ed Tobin II L Taylor Wash Thompson Jno Talor Travis J P Tobin Jno L Triimbo Major Todd Jas M Tobin Jas Thomas Joe Thompson Beasley Todd Bb llioiuas Heniy Tate Lale Tracy late Magnus Todd H I jr Twyman Chap Tremere T P Tobin L Tax lor J T Tivloi J Thin ton R n 111 11 Titislev Win Kicks Frank Holy Tayhr llaly Cornelius Pat Hocker Henry Haiiod Leouidas Tiiplett Hollti llowaidW Holmes Ilollowav L J L D A Treinere Keene Taylor Chas Thompson W G Thompson Geo Tillman Jno E do W Tinner Geo E Thomason Thonisou Wll Turner Riissetl True T D Terrell Newton M Turner Taylor Edgar J Harrod Davis H Ilownd sant Halleck J hi j Hani- - Louis Holme- - Duncan Ed HU- - Hily Jno Ilai rod Jas Holmes W linris ol F II in is Ed Haw knis Granville T Ariust red Henry Vorhies W L A Williams W II Wilson Wm White Jas P White Alono Washington Geo Wren Sanford Williams Minus Woolfolk Jas W Wiard W A Wntts Jas M Warren Sol Wade Gran White N It Williams Higgins Wntts J It Winkler Sid Williams Jno W Woods Chas Wright Jas L Williams Anthony White Henry Woods Letcher B Williams J P Wateis Henry Weisiger Henry jr Waters Chas Williams II R Weitzel Louis W Henry Jno Huelett J W Holten Wm Harris Zol Ilockersniith J T Ilaunen Geo Hainan Jas Hutchison F C Handy Sim Harris Ned I locker Jesse Hodges L Y Heuuoy Frank Innes A II Johnson Will Jackson Jos Jones Jno Johnson E Polk jomlcn Sanford Johnson W E Johnson Harry Johnson H G Juniper leter Johnson Robt Johnson Clark Johnson Ed M Kalteubrun V Kopp Jno Kennedy D L Krems Julius T yIoi Tivloi Jeo J M Haly JoIhi Hiidi Nelson C E V Hensley Tom Clark llair Hemltk kJ B Hnkn1111 Henry Holmes Ilai ris Heniy Tuipn Andy TaIor Nathan Tall Wm Triplett Jno Thomas Alex Ed Thnp Vent Allen Hume E E Hawkins J W Herancourt Oscar Hamilton J It Heller Jno jr Hoskins Ambrose Hafif C E Hemlnck Viiginiu Hud m Van Dei veer Feid P Ungernian Henry Veihl Joe VanDerveer J Winn Stephen Wilson Henry Walston It F Willis Oscar Wnde Willis Levi Robt M Haidi E Hutchison Thos llaly Iiim Hniuiuei Robt HoliiKS Ed Higguis Cagey Hauley Jim Iligdou Dick S B L P Tyrees Triimbo Geo Vinegar Williams Williams JJ Tracey Jas Turnei Wm Thomas Ed Todd H I Thonii- - Berry Thomson J II Tuurer Geo Todd T J Taylor Chi- Triimbo Ellis Tall Sam xa Tuner Veney Geo Htly Hame D Jis Ja- - sr M Jas jr Higgnis E A Haixie John S L E W C Hampton W F Hawkins Winston Hubbaid J C Harris Steve Webbei August Williams W II Williams Henry Wilder Wil on Wie Theoilore Williams A H Hanley Jno I Hunt Pat jr Higdon Claude Hunt Win Irvin Robt Jeffers B B Jones IM Johnson Clark Julian Ira Julian Wm Jacobs Ferd Johnson S D Joius Iveison John oil Pies Jacobs L Johnson Robt Johnson Ed Keenon U j- Thos Handy Gianvile Henderson Robt lolines Jno Jleffnei Eiistiis Whitehead John sr Wills Chas Woold ridge Willis Chris y Walker Louis Weisiger Henry Wittington R II Williams Alvin Jas Q Weathers Tom Weitzel ChasJ Woolfolk Jno White Ab W illiauis Jno Whitehead R R R Woods Robt Washington Geo Welch Albert Wilson Jas Williams Dr U Williams J R Wilson CY Wallace L C Went Ed C Whitney Chas Jillson R B Johnson W D Jillson R It jr Johnson E L Johnson J II Johnson W II It Jenkins Johnson Squire Joyce Thos H Jackson Frank James Sam E Kalteubrun V Kahr T C Kincaid Jas Kincaid J W A Whittaker Jno Williams Robt Warren Robt Wolf Eugene Watson G 1L Waggener Whittaker Geo Weitzel Frank Weitel J L WmkleiT Wilson W J Williams Wm Wilson Robt Wells L Irvin Al JL Waggenei W H Waggonei A II Williams Isaac Wash Will Waide Harry Ward Jmncy Weitzel E It Weitel J sr Weitzel Will Ward Fielding Jackson Monioe lack on Wm Johnson 11 miner Johnson P U Johnson Jas Jackspn Ben Jones Jack Jackson Geo Johnson A Johnson Louis Johnson Frank Wooldiidge Noel Wakefield Jas Whitehead Jim jr White Jake Wateis Jno T Washington Watson Ed B Wud Beverly Wen Joe v Weitel Louis Wojlfolk 0 II U Williams M H P Weitzel J U Waltciimde Fied JoneIlhos V V Wright Wells W W R Watkins Chas Wallace Chas Warren Wallace Whitehead C S Whitehead Wm Wooldiige Geo Wood house Webb Jno Wm Wooldridge Louis Williams James Williams Joe Wan en Jno L Wiley J 0 Willis Wm Waleutt C M Williams V I Divnl ohlhcpcr Witluow Jis M Weitzel W G Waide Washington Walker Woodson Jno Williams Geo Chas E F Knight Peter Kelly Harry jr Knight Jacob Kidd L Kelly Thos Williams Jno Willis Wm jr Willis Chas 4 Young Lee W C WILLIAMS Clerk iktJi2m iHHHter tilPn I w i Sv s JW s fV WTWTM 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 jy jm get our prices tJ rsi iri Jb JtiiSoirtli Y G xocer Nov Tlxe Side m I have just received from the east the largest stock and assortment of the above o aise imRLnicI ISILVERJ fruit j Ji CTIBOX3-SI3Sra- N u SOLID PIECES Steriing Sitter Inlaid In the backs OP SPOONS 1 I a Elsewhere call at M A SEL BERTS the Leading Jeweler and examine the large stock of HOLIDAY PRESENTS - BEFOEB OTTZ3 wkFOHB At Pchts liert Sxpeselto Wear AND THEN PLATED FOUR TIMES AS HEAVY AS Standard Plato WARRANTED To Wear 25 Years will last a mum MORE DURABLE AND NOT V i Diamonds Fine Watches JewelryCWs Silverware vi H 1 Gold Head Canes Gold Pens e THE ULuAuTDESI 1TOVELTIES IILSTmjiivt EH Jl eooo Lai o coco flf MRLMk Ky Sterling Silver HALF THE COST THAN LIOHT EACH ARTICLE IS STAMPED LSTERlIKGimUIHI f SILVER AND PLATED WARE 233 ST BET CXj IIEe SIR LARGEST STOCK LOWEST PRICES Try PKAMFOKT ROUNDABOUT Entered at the post ofllce at KrauMort Kentucky as second class mailable matter fiEO A LEWIS Editor and Publisher DECEMBER G FRANKFORT 1890 LIFES FITFUL FEVER ENDED Elder Philip S Fall Having Passed Four Score Years and Ten Gently Falls Asleep in this State he established an Acad- Â¬ emy near this city His early relig- Â¬ ious training had been that of an Epis- Â¬ copalian but in 1818he united with the Baptist Ohurch and in December of the following year he was licensed as a minister of that denomination and in 1820 was ordained In 1821 he mar- Â¬ ried Miss Annie Bacon daughter of a distinguished citizen of this county and in the autumn of that yesr and during the following year he visited Louisville at frequent intervals in the interest of the small Baptist Church then existing in that city and in JanÂ¬ A Recruit Enlisted FARM FOR SALE uary T ii - aaaW Nashville In Tenn where he accepted a chair in the then celebrated Female Academy and at the same time became pastor of a newly established but influential Baptist Ohurch Here he labored for five and a half years His health hav- Â¬ ing become very poor Mr Fall now returned to Kentucky settling upon 1823 he accepted its 1826 he removed to pastorate wlHalKf WjafiaaaaBw About 12 oclock on Tuesday night Rev Philip S Fall the venerable servant of God gently and sweetly passed from earth to the glorious be- Â¬ yond after a long life spent in the faithful service of the Master His death was the result of a cold taken about two weeks ago at the cemetery whither he went to visit the grave of his wife He was only confined to bed about ten days and it seemed for a time that his remarkably vigorous constitution would triumph over dis ease but hiB strength and vitality failed and it soon became evident to him that his end was near He await Â¬ ed the coming of the messenger to call him home with calm resignation and his mind was perfectly clear to the last Through Rev George Dar eie he sent a message of love to the congregation of the Christian Ohurch on Sunday morning he selected the same passage of Scripture which was read at his wifes funeral several years ago to be read at his funeral and requested that the obsequies be postponed for three days after hiB death that his friends might be given an opportunity to see how he last ap Â¬ peared in life No man was ever more beloved by his Ohurch his friendB and the com m unity generally than was Mr Fall Contemporary and co laborer with Alexander Campbell he was one of the founders of the Christian Ohurch and hiB life was devoted to its upbuilding Mr Fall was born on the 8th of Sep Â¬ tember 1708 in Brighton England He came to Kentucky in the autumn of 1817 then in his nineteenth year He had received excellent educational advantages and soon after locating Â¬ an estate he had purchased near this city Here he established the Female Eclectic Institute which he conducted with great success for twenty years then ho removed the Institute to this city where it waB prosperously main- Â¬ tained for six years During these twenty six continuous years as an ed- Â¬ ucator Mr Fall was also engaged in preaching and that too without pecuniary compensation In 1832 Mr Fall having withdrawn from the Baptist Church organized the Christian Ohurch in this city the original members numbering only seven of those seven he was the last and the status of the Christian Ohurch of Frankfort as it is to day in point of membership attendance church edifice etc beBpeak the fact that the seed sown in 1832 did not find a rest- Â¬ ing place upon barren ground In 1857 the congregation of Christ in Nashville earnestly desired and sought for his pastoral services His inclinations rather than his interests prompted him to yield to the solicita tions of the church for whose welfare he labored for nineteen years Then at the age of seventy eight he re Â¬ signed and returned to his old homo but for the past three years he had lived here in the city Occasionally the venerable old man has preached since coming here his last sermon having been delivered last September on the occasion of his 03d birthday The remains were taken to the Christian Ohurch Wednesday where they lay in Btate until yesterday morning and wore viewed by scores of those who loved him in life The funeral took place yesterday morning at 11 oclock the services being con- Â¬ ducted by Revs George Darsie and Thos N Arnold on the this city and county in a warfare of Elkhorn Is mostly Kentucky river InIsFranklin county It bottom land and against the wholesale bribery at elec- Â¬ for the cultivation of corn and tobacco suitable It Is finely watered by ponds and springs and has tions which has become a shame and about 20 acres well set In blnegrass it has upon It a residence and disgrace to this community but our sary goodbuildings sogood barn as other neces out to make a de located efforts seem to have been vain We lightful home For terms call on or address my attornejs are glad to see that the editor of the Scott Vlolett Frankfort Ky 16 aug 6m MAKY V QUARLES Argus in his issue of Thursday comes out strongly in favor of en- Â¬ ZFOIK S-A-forcing the law against every man who undertakes to buy votes at the FORMER RESIDENCE AND FARM election to day Now if the other MY Jacent to Bridgeport Immediately on AD the confrom Louisville papers of tho city and all good citi- Â¬ taining 3D pike 5of miles Quality Frankfort ap Â¬ nrst acres land well zens will join with us in this crusade plied with water both for stock and fuinlly use there being two we will endeavor to have some of the thereon Same Istine springs and a togood well well Improved as fencing all c Tho residence gentlemen who openly violrte the houses Including Icebarn andare Innecessary outgood condihouse statute which prohibits the buying of tion For terms and further particulars apply voters behind the bars It is a gigan Â¬ to me at my residence 418 Broadway W Frankfort G Ky CUINN Oct ll 3m tic evil which must be suppressed it is a crying shame Wake up good men go to the polls to day and spot every man you see using money and report his name to the next grand Valuable City Residence Property jury and lets see if we can not BRICK RESIDENCE PHOP make an example of some fifteen or THE TWO STORYthe Sidney Johnson place known us situated on north Ride of Main street Frankfort twenty of the men who have for years K near the Capital Hotel Is ottered for sale by made a practice of corrupting the the undersigned If not sold on or before Janurent The poor and ignorant voters at the city ary 1st 1891In the same will bo for For terms property Is first class condition elections This thing has gone on so Ac apply to CHAS F EXUM Attorney for Johnson heirs long that the best men of the city 25 will not allow their names to be used Oct tf as candidates for Gouncilmen because WM they do not want to be compelled to buy the positions Move on the ATTORN W works of these buyers and sellers of voters to day and drive them from RBAZ ESTATE AGBNT tho city COtTBTS OI w ILL PKACTICBthe IN THE eountlM and Franklin aai adlslnlnr will alio to Metal Â¬ We have been trying for several GREAT BARGAIN years to enlist the good peoplr of T OFFEK FOR SALE AT170Aacres at tbe mouth 1 my farm containing hj Hog Si Poultry Remedy IVillllCHIJHaStlltKfc Â¬ 3L J W GAYLE Mar 1 For Sale by Â¬ Druggist Old Market house Corner FKANKFORX - KY lyr Â¬ Â¬ H G MATTEEU THE FOR SALE Fliiiiiisniiliti 334 MAIN STREET Â¬ FRANKFORT KY CROMWELL EY-AT-LA- Dr W I Kelley OF CINCINNATI WILL BE AT THE IN FRANKFORT KY OHIO Where Come In Does the Glory FRIDAY NOV 28 1890 K B BABBTOW Nine men will to day buy their way rSAMK I BOLD Rm and Tress FRIDAY DEO 19 1890 President into the City Council or their seats Ad Drub T TtlUIMT Superintendent Ylee President They will will be bought for them s for not receive a cent from the city Co BLEEDING BLIND or ITCHINft their service during the next two The Stanrlarn Printing lot Cored wltiwa tar 111111081 oaeraUoaand wltfe years and not a man of them if he Formerly the 8tundid Printing Ink Works little or no pain is honest can make a cent out of his MAKUTACTPBERS O- FChloroform Llpture or Knlft office and there is not one of them PRINTINGAND LITHOGRAPHIC INKS ETC even if he discharges his duty faith- Â¬ VARNISHES la at neeemiy with lata aeae of treatmea Ml ftt 1 Cmrtnaitl Ofala fully but will be roundly cursed by his taneaa lr IFimTXJJLA IN ANO constituents What honor is there in It eared a position that is obtained by corrup- Â¬ FISSURES tion and bribery Three years hence Caret uttaeet eattUi er Uarimg who will remember that either of the CATARRH ULCERATION men who are elected or rather buy Of taebewel eared in to day ever served the city as a Dr lenj au aew been Ttilttng ttU elty reg Councilman many cures attention the nurehM lira and Ml el rati estate collection el r nts eUUatf and the logotlaWB at loans lanawiv CAPITAL HOTEL n Wrist Broken Mrs Henry Oulter while walking in the yard at home on the corner of Main and Gross streotB Saturday morning of last week stepped upon a plank covered with frost slipped and fell to the ground breaking the small bone of her left wrist She is quite an old lady and the injury will prove a serious inconvenience to her for some time CREAM S -- wlf A 7 1 Roller Extract jL a CREAM Extract IS OUR BEST FLOUR BUT EITHER Birthday Party Miss Nannie Morgan gave a birth Â¬ Do not be discouraged Headaches day party Monday night at which a can be cured Bakers Famous number of her young friends were Headache Specific will surely cure you Sold ly present All enjoyed themselves 314 Main street Wickliffe Chapman 3 very much until a late hour m GOLD MEDAL IDOL KING ob IS A GOOD FLOUR FOR THE MONEY JUJarvJaU arly or nearly seven jeurs and ibe be haamaae aaunc toe wealtnyaad Inla wUto cltlrenaare sufficient ertdenoeol hlatiiasws 41s It ts now a well established fact that nai eases ot the stomach liver kidney bladder womb and nerrous system are either eaased m unraTatedbr the coexistence of PILX0 JTUTD LATriflOTEXor MCTAL ULCU BRTXBUiCISi Dr X It Sober Vrankfort Kr Vranklla Morris fraeensbnrf J T Btatan KnmklortKj V Merberteh Frankfort Ky Bo L P A H MeOlaie Frankfort Kr Blehard Vernsea Frankfort Xft w J Hasbes Fraakfart Ky David Moore Benson Ky Jas M Wlthrow Frankfort Ky DR KXTLBT8 eflee and reaMeae la at M West Kcath sweet Clnetanatl and wawsht at ttak weak EXCEPT auy be toaaa Pamphlets aeeariMag these diseases aad tatt mode of treataaataaai tx U aai oae ay ad dressing s3 f 1 1 HI FEID1II AID IATUBDAYI nut il Dont forget that W L Coppersmith Is headquarters for Xmas presents 3t Starling silver and silver plated ware at W L Coppersmiths the Jeweler 84 St Clair Street 3t SILVER MOON W 950 HT CONSULTATION IMMM 1T Wt JW I KELLEY M D MghtfeSt Cincinnati 0 rmia - 39 M A lUif aL l4gfrt4ffo rM - JLad1- ltaaiVjAllawL3rfg iwKHBIM9BBItRKKtBRtnUKnttlKIBIKKKijBIItBBKtnwBtKBKnBKKBKBEM IJnMHHMVSSCflHeflaSEBaMaMaVHIQIBBflHESSSw B3GS9H659QMBSa - JfA JInJWJ- - Wlr iy wj 5 S J TrTsrr3rarvmmwMiyWiaK3TmflL3xTCKi ezn taratrajmujmwgMmregtsCTcMuaiwHi THOMPSON -- JACOB SW1GERTCO i3rxEeE2Ex oisr -- 1101 AND 102 UNN STREET --k is PUEPAnKD to nra all ordkks for- - DsMs 261 B 3m Cut Flowers and Floral Deigns Have Removed From the Baifzel Building FOlt Funerals ROUNDflBQUT VOL Teleplione Oonnectlon SupD lement Weddings - - - Louisville azisr nf to - West Jefferson Street t Basement the Capital Hotel XIV KY NUMBER DEOfi L 18110 12 FRANKFORT KNIGHTS A - OF HONOR AND HUES llaiiiiioti Organization Its Business Methods and Large Disburse ments Â¬ IiidiunaDoliH is the seat of many enterprises that have the country for territory and even go neyoiiti liio sea but it has none more unique in character than the association whose title graces this article Its method is not business in the sense of money making neither is it chanty in the sense oi giving aims hut has its way on the borderland between the two That an institution of such magnitude with larger monthly transactions in cash than the aggregate life insurance of the city should have had its home in Indian- Â¬ apolis for years without public com- Â¬ ment argues either the largiiesi of our rushing city life or the ex eeding modesty of the organization itself lie the explanation what it may the News id the llrst as usual to make public recognition of an interest contributing so largely to the impor Â¬ tance of Indianapolis as a money center Viewed only in the light of a col- Â¬ lector and disburser of money it Less than claims special mention three years ago its managers located its chief otlices here because Ind n apolis was central to the entire coun Â¬ try and afforded unequalled mail facilities and since then it has dis bursed through the banks of our city Â¬ Â¬ located in States from ocean to ocean teThey will fill this space with an entirely new advertisement in a and from Canada to Texas with a membership verging on to 68000 short time representing insurance risks to the amount of 70601500 It has no side No Money Required of Responsible Parties to Commence Treatissues of any kind and confines itself ment to tho nimplc payment of death 000 500 to benefits ranging from Its death rate averages ten to the thousand yearly and consequently has enabled its members to carry their life insuiance at 10 per 1000 The total amount of money dis- Â¬ 17 bursed through its supreme offices here during tho fiscal year from September 1889 to September 1890 was 86U01J5S and it may be truth- And evi r fmiith wtek llurealter Consultation ami iixamiiiaf Free fully said that in the midst of the many schemes of business that Indianapolis can boast of an association that collects and disburses such an immense sum of money yearly as does the Knights and Ladies of Honor and yet so nicely adjusts its affairs as to neither have debts to bo paid nor surplus to distribute as profits at the close of each year is a novelty in business thought yet this is the case and the grand result is the simple exemplar of fraternal life insurance conducted on the mutual aid lodge plan Indianapolis Xeics Â¬ FRANKFORT Fifteenth Regular Visit CAPIT a L H TKL Y WEDNESDAY DEC Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ zflpah Fine weather and hog killing is in progress Mrs J V Rodgors Mrs Brack said that it was unique in character and we believe our readers will agree with us that it is so when wo have brieily sketched its history September 7 1877 its Supreme Lodge was founded at Louisville Ivy and its llrst new lodge instituted the following in Indianapolis mouth Thirteen years ago then the order was organized with a membership of less than two hundred now itsollleial records show a membership of 075Si 104 2 MtrJ with the large sum of paid to tho beneileiaries of its dead We Â¬ 150005904 Skelton Mrs V E Thompson Mrs P J Skelton and Mrs Stephens visited Samuel Samples last week A 13 R Ziha and wife visited Allen Snook near Shelbyille last week Died near this town November -- titfi Hamlet Harrod after a long illness Mrs Fannie Edrington of this town has beeneotined to her room for some time and is still very sick Galen Jones and F I Jones will return from Cincinnati on the ith of this month alter a stay of one year They will resume the carpenters Â¬ Â¬ members of which sum 190000 has been paid to citizens of Indiana That this association occupies a place on the line between business and charity is evident from the fact that its transactions have no element of profit in them except such as may be said to accrue to the whole mem bership in saving to them the difference between actual cost controlled bv death rate and the ehart es of old lino insurance companies that are controlled by tho laws of loss and gain A peculiar feature about the asso ciation is that it was the first frater- Â¬ nal society or other association to admit females on a perfect equality with males as to amount of insurance and its thirteen years experienc with a membership about equally balanced between tho sexes has de Â¬ monstrated that females are u better risk than males The association is composed of a supremo lodge fifteen grand lodges and 11100 subordinate lodges the last named of which are variously Â¬ Â¬ Moore was nico indeed B L llieatt of Frankfort visited this community this week The Six mile Gal should not mourn because Z Graves failed to make h s regular trip Probably he will stay longer when ho does come We wondered what caused lTn cle Ben Johnson commonly called Buddy ofthiscoinin unity to spruce up so but it is a plain case now as we think he is hotting his cap for some fair one to join him in wedlock Albert Colviu of Louisville is visiting friends near Lebanon The Houndahout tolls us all the local news Subscribe for it Â¬ Â¬ trade on their arrival here Mrs Jane Rasor east of this place sold her personal property at public sale and will rent her farm move to Louisville and engage in business there Scarlet fever is raging three miles In Unineiit S eualtist formerly resident Physician of the r tiluielphit General io north of here Several cases but wi fyisiiii m iutrse of the Ohio Mtl1nal Institute Cincinnati Olvo has for none fatal at this writing twenty live ear successfully devoted his time lothe treat ent of las spec ialties Mr ucr slully tiea sail curable ctsf of Vhtoiiu The social Wednesday night at Xenvus Mrs Margarett Jones given in honor IKiu ls ntaimert is ise n tin- ln experience after thorough educational iicaration of Miss Maggie 1 lower and Miss Lulie Â¬ I I C H BOGMAN M D trma all lite IniuiUn n upoi tbli thwrv Tit iiirnotl mccoi Ifctluiroviou- BheumatlanJ Is n nilnllr i u rote I rheumatic trcauiieuu an I rulUo from umi all bo molded cr cured bj our cf the KHnfyt I iriMtri nrrroni lli of thdo4ti din ivmul htrt uit a it with phenon mi CIOSK OllSKUVKK CUSTOM GRINDING V K HAVK FITTK1UT A FIISl CUms Ml II nit tlifjiiiilsol tin hiaiikton liili kinmiiiiny ami will tin iMnm kiIihIIiik mi Mutidiiys ami mo ti Friday- Sutfofuitloii Kiuitiutetil HIVKlKY A STKlllKNSON trlH Nov 8 tf ticaltli nouiui of time lauuo Ptvnte Dlbt nccs liien xilnl h ar rtplJIT niiroicbin I Youtir Men imnltT iut Sfphlln iloiinritui lnn n i Strrilltv ar prooittlT will Mij eM tocillultli utou o Tli r1elltifroiuaivritn4liu aul ni otualW cur 1 hi iir udnf ewiu au not haion ro the result of euro ueh tbou nvuitaof loll ir iu ilm tuii nolifi o nam i Sconlnl lutitc cue niilioui fall IU illuu vur lulloi couddcute auj In tbl oUrcctlou lirouitc ou rulitf a IddloARCd 3tol who obieti tcrtain ir liatl I i ef Tiaa I tho r Ii f Jl r cenicr r i untlrtoi Iu i r l i ait i ti i icdim Mi in O ir nttawl r r mi hi lein i Ui Uti almltteJ lleariiiti lion inili - iiu tf i - inubn b vlnjltoiwirehi b mtVtrI anu in I - t ih t Ii Id to niuc radical torn arc tu th mi ij Iitt p - n I niM I ri n n iitiii tis ond fvtr to si- - t ires of their urine which e twli siiliint i t iliiirniiirii iiiirrnsjoptcal exiiniiiatlon inJ i iJar ual iUsis a ccitlcate mil chart of uhu t will he I rii luil the p itii ill I i ilHd tin Ueciirooli CKiswhuh r lift ause our exUsiaive iTu rienee enables u to ricini7e the timt mi iiisa- We invito all who htve tailed toalTuin rWt eicwhte to eonsult u All curable aes ate tie dini nutrtiiori it rtiiuuiiilour tho ue of luiroir niaedlc w ILCae tlie tlolt if uriu m un lTtllll tLl c l m v Diseases of the iJi3CSti70 Orcins ve tk- - rood fre tide inllnt I m M o - hi iniii ii trial iu ut CiUi iof ltLuor lil In e li Llr 0ra nrelr lint awinrt ltl nilh Hi ii mtl- pUM Coull jllu lit t liiotno liliirbcii ail n ult In Inr rr- locil ft t nutrliiou an I r iih r lneniir lh IbcuiUv i Lelr ou tone Kary iiHtrftrcucj au tho result of faultr i I i BrljrhtB DlsCwe If uoi cured Ii Iradi f euirni irntaio eland nr U- ul 1 rcmaiuredect ioua deMHt itrturt a cure fn all ucliciie aut ajerfect niUTitum M tinliauil 1 Uwl aJ tho Ladles -- Me hiv ri- - tcsm nate a iclili ol i iliv itttcrluji of tbl Miie iunri lb llcae or uomm h Hi rrcu worl 1 arv loru by Piicn jtil Wucd the - iropul C4Uj f u4inbHJ thir euro ti - i certain atlromilt pi LrlrncreaaUeu delay ilr I m from b I til Ii It Kl in innnt olji cl to i iintutiotial ai if lain lu lo t eat ihlti lr 1 vnri nrr ij it iui htef by mail and exptcss Where possible personal consultation u prefi ibe list iiiettion sent tree on application I All cases and correspuiiiieiite strictly cm fnleiitil iieirineiit sent C to any part uf the United States and Canada Aildress with stinp m reply ot Iatients trcitiil inteca iii I3r- - G l O BOX 703 H Bowman Cincinnati O i It - JHUK 1 V if 2037 TH Clothing Dry Goods Be sure to read my Locals in ftlAMFOfiT ROUNDABOUT sFRANKFdRT DECEMBER G 0 ida y H 1 Fancy Goods Notions and Millinery Come and see what I can do 6 I AM PREPARED TO FURNISH YOU WITH At such unparalleled bargains that it will astonish you when you come in to buy this paper ED HKRRIS FREE TO 200 and 214 St Glair street 1890 Plans Made S W Easley of 426 St Clair street has just completed the plans for a 2500 residence to be built at Beatty villeKy also plans for a stock barn 47s80Heet for Mr Dellie Walcutt Suspended The board of Steamboat Inspectors at Louisville have suspended the captain and pilot of the Steamer Bob Ballard for fifteen days on account of a collision with another boat on the Ohio river a week or so ago Iv t Court Day The crowd in town on Monday at court was large but the business done on the street was light Henry Showalter auctioneer reports the following sales 12 head of calves at 860 per head 4 mules at 171 per head 3 cows 14 18 and 23 6 head of horses 24 32 69 76 84 and 1240 per head 16 4 head of cattle sow and pigs 10 flower the crimson carnation its Revenue Assignments etH Dan and Beauty the young ions at the Philadelphia Zoological Following are assignments of U S Garden whose names were given to Storekeepers and Gaugers in and them by a vote of the Club Dan having been named after the editor around Frankfort which took effect In January of every year The Dec t Times provides a grand entertain- Â¬ storekeepers ment for the Club at th Academy of Bashford J W day duty at J N music in Philadelphia Mr Waggener has no assistance of Blakemores distilljry No 78 Farm any kind in his department He is a dale Blackburn A W night E H Tay- Â¬ Kentuckian but has lived in the East Sons No 53 lor Jr since 1871 Brown Orlando night W A Gaines Mr Waggener is an old Frankfort Co No 4 Frankfort boy and a brother of Messrs J L and Daniel Frank additional W A Gaines Co No 106 near Frankfort W H Waggener of this city m Finnell L H day W A Gaines A son of Mr M D Pusser a mer- Â¬ Co No 4 Frankfort chant of Gibralter N C was so bad Â¬ Fitch T C additional E H Tay- Â¬ SonsNo 53 near Frankfort ly afflicted with rheumatism for a year lor Jr or more as to be unable to work or Jackson J C additional W A go to school His father concluded Gaines Co No 4 Frankfort to try Chamberlains Pain Balm on Jouett F E day E H Taylor Jr Sons No 53 near Frankfort the boy It soon cured him and he McEldowny William day Labrot has since walked one and a half miles Graham No 52near Frankfort to school and back every school day Mitchell F A day George T 50 cent bottles for sale by J W Qayle Stagg No 113 near Frankfort 13 lm m Morris W S day John Cochran EVERYBODY Tinware Glassware Wire Goods Woodenware i And a great variety of articles Useful for Kitchen and Household Use In order to induce our customers to buy flour packed in Council Proceedings ADJOURNED MEETING M Dry House Burned I ft - fr About five oclock Wednesday evening a fire broke out in the roof of the dry kiln of Messrs P S Rule Cos saw mill on east Second street The kiln was burned togeth Â¬ er with about 3500 feet of lumber which was in it at the time but the mills and stacks of lumber were saved by the fire department The loss is about 1000 fully covered by insurance Bought a Boat x BJ U the council adjourned until next Messrs J E J N Abraham have Tuesday the regular meeting night purchased the City of Olarksville a For pain in the stomache colic and large stern wheel boat which has cholera morbus there is nothing bet Â¬ Ten Â¬ ter heretofore been running in the than Chamberlains Colic Cholera nessee river trade and have put her and Diarrhoea Remedy For sale by 13 lm into the Kentncky river She has a J W Gayle accom- Â¬ large carrying capacity nice modations for passengers and will Her Character Assailed make regular trips between this city The character of Caroline Boyer and Louisville The old reliable Jor Â¬ a colored woman who has recontly dan Preston will twirl the wheel come to this city having been assailed m by certain parties she wishes us to The Bight Oclock Club publish the following so that the pub- Â¬ and Its Editor lic may know how she stands in the NEW place where she was raised FROM CURRENT LITERATURE Logan County Bank YORK DECEMBER 1890 D B Waggoner editor of our boys and girls page of the Philadelphia Times is said to receive more visits from young people and their parents and to have more correspondents among them than any other editor in the country This is due perhaps to the original way in which he has conducted his department from the To whom and Williams Absent Councilmen Tobin Miles and Wakefield The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved The committee appointed to look over the ordinances of the city to see that they had been properly compiled made their report and recom- Â¬ mended that they be published The report was adopted and the action of the council ordered sent to the Mayor for his approval The report of the street committee on the plank walk was received and MrPevlers bill for building same was allowed Mr Thomas Brlslan was appointed udge of the election in the Second W ard instead ot Mr James Welch Mr E J Halv was aDDointed iudee of the election in the Third Ward in- Â¬ stead of Capt H I Todd who is un- Â¬ able to attend to his duties There being no further business Â¬ Present President Smith Council men Buckley Haly Milam Mangan Frankfort Dec 2 1890 Co No 37 near Frankfort Phelps Z I day George T Stagg WE ARE No 2 near Frankfort Scofield F M night John Coch- Â¬ ran Co No 37 near Frankfort Spiers J R night W A Gaines Co No 106 near Frankfort Stivers F P additional 2V A above articles with every paper sack of flour Ask your grocer Gaines Co No 106 near Frankfort The for Wells John night George T Stagg Nos 2 and 113 near Frankfort Wood M F night Labrot Gra Â¬ M ham No 52 near Frankfort Webb Isaac day John Cochran In paper sacks Co No 37 near Frankfort Every sack warranted PAPER SACKS AND GIVING AWAY ARTIC J E FLOUR GAUGERS Berryman J W to Labrot Gra Â¬ Sons ham and E H Taylor Jr McAlister O G to J N Blakcmore and Geo T Stagg Nos 2 and 113 Pinkerton S D to W A Gaines Co No 106 withdrawals and The Glenn Springs Distilling Company Thayer F T to John Cochran Co and withdrawals at W A Gaines Co Nos 4 and 106 Weitzel J U to W A Gaines Co No 4 entries and E H Taylor Jr Sons rect STOREKEEPER GAUGERS HOLIDAY GIFTS We will -- MILES SON Hi 1 open J D to Mullins Crigler THE Stamping Ground Shepard S S to J J M Saffell No 91 Frankfort Queen Victoria in all her majesty cannot even cure a chicken without Ever brought to this city consisting of TOILET CASES DRES- Â¬ the aid of Ganters magic chicken cholera cure which is sold in this SING CASES TRAVELING CASES TRIPLE MIRROWS place and warranted to cure by Phil ODOR CASES c Carpenter m m We have also a well selected line of BOOKLETS and HOLI- Â¬ An Open Letter DAY BOOKS Yo will save money by buying your gifts from us Nash No 105 Largest Line of Holiday Goods H To the citizens of Frankfort Frankfort Ky Dec 2d 1890 it I have known Caroline Boyer for a number of years and have always known her to be strictly honest hon- Â¬ orable and upright 13 ky nov russellville concern may lt 25 1890 O Henry Harrison m The direct personal element is in Mr Waggoners most noticeable Underwear Chat column HiB familiar talks We have a large and well assorted with his young readers are not only entertaining but instructive and stock of ladies and misses union suits have attracted wide spread attention vests and pants at low prices Co 13 Sam D Johnson But his unique and moat praize worthy achievement perhaps is the Holiday Goods organization of the Eight OOlock he is the controlling Club of which spirit It has more then 50000 en- Â¬ I have just received a large and rolled members all boys and girls elegant stock of holiday goods that read his page and they live in which will be opened on Monday every part of this country and in Prices lower than ever before John B Weitzel Europe The object of the Club is to stimu Â¬ late healthful mental effort to arouse ANY NOT SUFFE the ambition of its members and to LONGER reward their good work The prize Knowing that a cough oan b puzzle contests of the Club are unlike anything else of the kind its silver oheoked in a day and the first stages medals and its gold and silver buttons of consumption broken in a week we household place In are decorations that menbers prize as hereby guarantee Dr Ackers En- TMMKNSS STOCK OP TOUIT AND ORNAMEN Sold In large bottles at 26 cents each 1 tal trees Grapevines Cough Remedy and will refund highly as do Frenchmen the Cross of iorsaloby WUAVKBILL at wholesale aad trees and everything for the Asparagus small lawn orchard and tie money to all who bay take it as the Legion of Honor We have no agents but sell direct at A retail AT A HAVE FOR Sirden Club has all the accessories j per directions and do not find our WE nice bulldlug SALE26x80 feetBARGAIN The to the planter Write forcatalogue to CO on Loan JOHN H STAOKHOTJSB lot that make such things attractive its statement oorreot street between Third anil Campbell In South SOLE AGENTS H F HILLENMEYER SCOTT V10LETT 9 button its colors crimson and gold J W Gayle Druggist Frankfort3ra 633 Arch Stret Philadelphia Sept 27 9 Lexington Ky Oct ll Semper ad Profectum its its motto - start January 1 1888 S W Easley architect 427 St Clair street respectfully solicits a share of your patronage la it Dec 63L SMIaiaa and St Clair Streets I take this method of informing my friends and patrons that I am better prepared this season to supply your ARE needs than I have been at any time heretofore I admit that my stock is not as complete as I would like it POI but it has been selected with care and I have a variety bought direct from first hands which enables mo to sell Pure Home Made Candies Bon Boos Black Cakes at bottom prices Persons needing anything during the holiday season I invite you to call especially those TOYS AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST whom I have not had the pleasure of seeing in my place of business I ask you to call you shall have polite at- Â¬ tention whether you are made a cus- Â¬ Leave your Christmas orders for pure HOME MADE CANDIES at tomer or not I have by sobriety and strict attention to business aimed to merit a share of the public patron Â¬ age of which I have so far received a gratifying amount I have no induce Â¬ 41 St Clair street opposite Post Office ments or snaps to offer nor cater Dec6 3t to trade on these conditions All I ask is that people call on me and see SLEEP IN PEACE Farm for aent or sale if mv nrices dont accord with the times as nothing but first class goods STZ- TTSIiTO are sold by me at living profits As to my work department it has Dudley my personal care and I assure you TBI splendid torn ef Mrs M J on the situÂ¬Â¬ one mile from STankfort Ver sailles pike containing about 265 ucres Is for FOR BED BUGS work entrusted to me will that on rented for receive careful attention for the vory This preparation Is superior to all other to sale yearreasonable terns or will beFor particu Â¬ beginning sfaiea 1 1891 the least money that first class work can the following rcisons to VRANK CUINN lars apply be done Thanking my friends and It kills the buss Instantly It effectually destroys their egga therefore It la patrons for past favors and qking tnat I may be remembered in t fu Â¬ only necessary to use It once or twice during the season ture I remain It possesses advantages over bisect powders In asmuch us It can be used in pltwes which they Yours respectfully can not reach w L Coppersmith Its odor Is agreeable and It Is warranted not BLUE GRASS NURSERIES to Injure carpets linen or furniture Mention this paper No futal effects can result from Its use as it contains no poison which fact should ftrelt a every rounding country and sur- Â¬ WE HEADQUARTERS 3 SM PRATTS KILLER Â¬ FiMT 1890 FOR SALE M ttnifiQItikHtitiu lfiiryiti4f l-k- - IlCliRiOUS We would An Hmporiaitt Matter DrnggistT owrywhoro report that tho sales oithe Ilobtomtivo Nervine a ncrvo food and medicine -- are as Â¬ isfaction in headache nervousness sleeplessness sexual debility back Rev H G Henderson A M will ache poor memory fits dizziness Co Troy N Y occupy the pulpit at tho Methodist etc L Burton Ambory Murphy of Battle Creek 11 oclock Church Sunday morning at Co of Mich O B Woodworth and Sunday evoning at 74 oclock Fort Wayne Ind and hundreds oi Prophylactic Tho Sunday School will begin at at 9 others state that they never handled Will Use it in every sick room any medicine which sold so rapidly oclock Trial bot- Â¬ keep the atmosphere pure and or gave such satisfaction tles of this great medicine and book Rev H G Henderson will preach on Nervous Diseases freo at J W wholesome removing all bad odors in the Christian Ohurch at the Forks1 Gayles who guarantees and recom- Â¬ from any source 3 Will destroy all Disease Germs of Elkhorn Sunday afternoon at 3 mends it m infection Irom all Fevers and ail oclock For Rent A two story house with contagious diseases 7 rooms Cor Murray and Campbell Rev W O Neville will occupy his streets Apply to W J Hughes 327 The eminent physician J Mari11 tf 1 pulpit at the Southern Presbyterian Murray street on Sims of New York says Ohurch to morrow morning at 11 am convinced that Prol Darbys oclock a m and at 700 p m At Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria Prophylactic Fluid is a most valu the morning service tho communion 21 able disinfectant of the Lords Supper will be admin- Â¬ Lost Somewhere between Jetts Station and M H Cromwells resiistered dence last week a gold cross about Unparalleled Bargains one nnd a half inches long with name double width cloth All wool The usual services at Ascension upon it Finder will please leave at Ohurch to morrow morning at 11 this office or with J A Cromwell and dress goods worth 50 cts for 25 13 2t lid Harris cts at oclock and 730 p m will be conduct- Â¬ be rewarded ed by Rev E A Penick the roctor Â¬ lc nivitly nliligpri In tlic ministers and iflicem ol clmichcs in t lie city if they would furnish us with any tunnum cements- which they ma wish maric1 - tonishing exceeding anything they ovev had while it gives universal satÂ¬ When When When When Baby was sick wo garo her Castoria she was a Child sho cried for Castoria sho became Miss sho clung to Castoria sho had Children sho gavo thorn Castoria Mffi ivy If you want a Razor that is guaranteed to shave you at all times with ease and comfort buy only the Torrev from GRAY CHURCH Darbys J L yj JL Ky a The only larore and complete lino in the city at rc - a v nr nwTTTrTT S - fcJn KS 1 JmmMm hJ 9 Lffl GRAY MnyM Meat Table and Butcher Knives to suit all tastes and purses Carvers Â¬ CHURCH --3 lyr Main Street Hardware Merchants iMiiiillHBBHHlHBW Â¬ FBAITKFOBT EBVATOR COAL CO fil 5r Postmaster of Ida Electric Bitters las done more for me than all other br that bad nedicines combined idney and eeling arising from John Leslie farmer Liver trouble jnd stockman of same place says Find Electric Bitters to be the best Kidney and Liver mecine Made me J W Gardner feel like a new man film Ski hardware merchant inme town says is IN I i l fl UcrtL Electric Bitters is just the thing for a man who is all run down and dont ies -are whether he lives or dies he Principal Olllce ami rflevitor foot oieeie St tJrunclt Utile cot nor St Chili and Wiiiplii4 Streets tosnd new strength good appetite Teinphones rUf a uiuldu ohapel at 7 p m Dress Goods KlU HAICPOll Jlinmer and felt just like Tie had a new lease All our colored novelty dress goods on life Only 60c a bottle at P H Rev George Darsie preaches at the at cost to close 2 Carpenters Drug Store 13 Sam D Johnson Co Bridgeport Christian Church 1 at 3 p m BlA limn JpH qfi IU3 WJpr HQ Q wt it Porcelain lined preserving kettles bos ww jQjp fggg Bm Wife WfgF Millinery Millinery B S qt 55 cts 4 qt 35 cts 6qt45cts Rev W C Taylor of Buffalo New Big reduction on all trimmed and 10 qt 60 cts 12 qt 03 cts 14 qt 70 35 York has accepted the call tendered untrimmed bonnets and hats tS cts 16 qt 100 at Buckleys 13 Sam D Johnson Co him by the Baptist Church in this city and will take pastoral charge of Fosters Patent Kids Holiday Goods the Church about the first of Jan Â¬ I will sell you a Foster patent We have a beautiful line of novel- Â¬ uary ties forlOhristmas presents Call and kid glove in any shade at 95cts AND DEALER IN- see Come and try a worth Si 50 Forty hours devotion was held at 13 them Co Sam D Johnson pair tit Ed Harris the Catholic Church this week begin Â¬ ning Sunday morning and ending Blankets Tuesday night Rev Father Brady of We are showing a splendid lot of IPE AND FITTINGS ETC STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO Remarkable Rescue JOB AND CONTRACT WORK ALL WORK assisted Rev Father white and fancy blankets that we will Cincinnati Mrs Michael Curtain Plainfield GUARANTEED sell cheap conducting the services Young in 111 makes the statement that she In rear of Salenders Grocery FRANKFORT K3NTUKO Y 13 Sam D Johnson Co on her caught cold which settled lungs she was treated for a month by Rev J McClusky Blayney D D her family physician but grew worse Dont Forget will occupy his pulpit at the First He told her she was a hopehsa victim Presbyterian Ohurch to morrow at 11 If yon are going west that the of consumption and that no nedicinecould cure her Her druggist suga m and 730 p m St Louis Air Line run Louisville Dr Kings New Discovery for the finest trains in the worid between onsumption she bought a bottle and Trains Louisville and St Louis Jay Goulds wonderful new yacht leaving at 810 a m daily equipped to her delight found herself benefitted was it ie said most completely and with Pullman perfected safty steam from the first dose She continued elegantly furnished Among other heated day coaches parlor and din- Â¬ its use and after taking ten bottles found herself sound and well now useful and indispensable things ing cars Louisville as ordered for it was a box of Dr Bulls at 915 p Trains leaving with day does her own housework and isbot- Â¬ No city store is if he doesnt keep SAPOLIO in stock equipped Syrup the famous old remedy coaches andmPullman drawing room well as she ever vas Freo trial Cough without it The great grocers of the country handle no for the cure of coughs and colds tle of this Great Discovery at P H sleepers Carpenters Drug Store large bottles The healing and purifying qualities If vou wish comfort safty and other scouring soap because the best housekeepers will 2 of Salvation Oil render it the best quick time be sure and call for tick 50c and 1 not use cheap imitations which are liable to do damage article for the speedy and safe cure ets via the Air Line Any information Price only 25 regarding maps rates etc will be of ulcerated sores far greater than the little saving in cost If your store- Â¬ cents promptly furnished by writing to Â¬ Rev Father Lambert Young the Wishing to remove to Florida the pastor will conduct the services at owner offers for one month at a bar the Church of the Good Shepherd to- Â¬ gain her house with nearly two acres morrow First mass at 8 a m Sec Â¬ of groun l situated at 317 Murray St ond mass 1030 a m Vespers at 3 South Frankfort House newly pa- Fierod and in thorough repair Water p m house The same is for rent to a prompt paying tenant In either Rev George Darsie occupies his case immediate possession will be given Apply immediately at 500 pulpit at the Christian Church cor Main and High Sts Frankfort at 11 and 730 as usual Ky The Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor meets in the For Sale or Rent Happy Hooslers Wm Timmons villa Ind writes I m hbzeso g TIDIES our PEACTICAI PiumberGasMsSfeam Fitter niEUt coii PI BHvK Ji -- i Sas Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Closets -- YOUR STOREKEEPER V mn is behind the age s B L Hainline Ledridge The nuptials of Miss Eddie daughter of Mr and Mrs James Ledridge and Mr Willard R Hain line of Mt Sterling were impressively performed at the family residence upon Wednesday at 4 p m by Rev Mr Lyons of the first Pres bvterian Church of Mt Sterling Many friends and relatives were present to witness the event Promptly at the appointed hour Miss Fannie Hainline sister of the groom favored the company with Mendelssohns Soon the bridal wedding march party advanced into the parlor little Anna May Petory a handsome bru nette ana little Minnie Ledridge his tor of thebrido a fairy like blonde leading the way They were a sweet picture ol mnocense clau in quaint white and pink costumes and as maids of honor bearing the brides boquot of exquisite roses Following came Capt C L Petory and Miss Ida May Thomas then the bride and groom After the ceremony congrati ulations were showered upon the happy twain now made one At 520 the newly wedded pair departed for their future home in Mt Sterling Kv where Mr Hainline is a prominent business man and has a host of fnends who will delight to welcome the fair bride The bridal costume was of mauvrp cloth with dark salmon trimmings and corsage boquet of marschal neil roses and smilax Many useful and orna Â¬ mental gifts were presented Those from abroad who attended the wed ding wore Misses Fannie and Mary Hainline sisters of the groom Miss Ida May Thomas Capt U L Peteryj and little daughter Anna May an oi Mt Sterling M A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 10 tf Trav Pass Agt Bryant X M LouiBville Ky CHRISTMAS Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria keeper does not keep SAPOLIO tell him to wake up If he offers you something else when you ask for SAPOLIO tell him to be wise and deal in genuine goods Tariff will go up on tin but prices on tin roofing will be lower than ever for the next thirty davs at Buckleys i Umbrellas See the elegant line of Fine Im Â¬ It pays to have the best -- 4 i m 35 Plushes In all colors only 50 cts at Ed Harris ported Handles Genuine Tor toise Shell and Silver Only one of u kind and can Â¬ not he duplicated Whut ftUlllG I C -- E COLLINS DKALXBS IN- BRO Shot and Shells And Agenta for I i - ISucklens Arnica Salve The best salve in the world foi Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Tetter Rheum Fever Sores Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns and all Skin Eruptions and positively cures Piles or no pay required It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or muney re Price 25 cents per box funded For sale by South Side drug store Â¬ Â¬ nicer tlimi n tiUa For u iiwp I all Paper Decorations Laflin 1 Rand FQWS1MR C3Q CHRISTMAS GIFT HARNESS UMK PLASTER CEMENT GLASS OILS LEAD AND MIXED PAINTS PICKH SHOVELS CROW BARS DRILLS IRON AND STEEL 1 KDLL LINE OF SJKWEB AND FLUE PIPE COB BROADWAY AND LEWIS 8T VEAKXFOBT GEORGE CROSS julrlfrtf 5 iy P H Carpenter Manufacturer more ol the number stoves at Buckleys A few 7 oook 35 ONE DOLLAR WEEKLY ii A 1 V TIME TABLE Taking effect Sunday liny lath 189 tho following timo tnble will be in elUct upon this load TBAtVfl HOIITM UMBRELLAS 413 Fourth Ave Old fashioned double thicked tin 35 ware at Buckleys BUYS A GOOD GOLDWATOH BY OCR CLDB SYSTEM LOUISVILLE IKY Sole Agent For SHELBY No 23 loavosFrnnkfort No 17 leaves Frankfort No 31 leavob Frankfort No 1 leaven Frankfort TKAIMS NOIITJJ 213 p in 512 p in fiG0 a in 8 T a in Jja FARM s s DR ACKERS ENGLISH FILLS Â¬ Are active and pure For sick head Bloom Hold ache disordered stomach loss of apÂ¬ No 21 makes connection at Lagrange petite bad complexion and billious for Cincinnati and at Anchorage for ness they have never been equaled riloomileld either in America or abroad E P BRYAN 9 J W Gavle Druggist Agent - 1003 n m Frankfort Frankfort 600 p in Frankfort 010 p m G12 p in No24 arrives Frankfort No 23 makes connection at Lagrange for Cincinnati and at Anchorage for No 18 leuves No 20 leaven No 22 leayes KID GLOVES Heal French Kid mid laced with lylnK on the roid from IligdiUl toOhrlbtlaiiHbunr one and a ijuurtor miles from IMgdad Over HM iicren In nlun griss and clcner plenty of water ood orchard line locust Inue and gcnwl Iioiih of elht rooniH Ujion tho place and uellot Hplvii dld water lit the door For temiH apidy to SCOTT A VIOLKTT Nov-1-Hi- n IIAVK FOR WKthe Mailubury SALE containing ltflncios Kami AT A LOW FIOURK Our 11 karet patent HtHTcned gold cases are yearn Wulthum and Elgin warranted for inovemeu- t- reliable and well knoun stem wind and set hunting or open face lads or gents sUe Kiiual to any 75 watch We sell one of these watches for SB2S nsr T Fosters New Hook HAVE 80 ACRES OF DK3IRAHLK LAND IN 1 Fiunklln county lorwilo Islng near the month of Klut Creek on tho South side of tho Ken tucky river known us part ol the Juncs Hnirod farm Apply to W II LEWIS at Hurvlehuid Dec 6 2m o ix o e Fruukfort Ky and sand to any address by registered mall or by express 0 O I with privilege of examina Â¬ tion Our agent at Durham N U wr n Our Jewelers have confessed ti dont know how ou cm furnish such work for tlu money UU1 Â¬ CASH UDLldUlilJ UUU1I Mlilll fl wanted at each place Write for particulars EMPIRE WATCH CO ii and COMuldon Lane New York N Y J V H J O vj Mi FALL FABRTCE FOR TROUSER Ksarasc M m bxsants m rl SI rl STET TLL BTjOCZIS AND iist a B ixl 5a Sir 8 Mir II 53 to m IT Ct 62 W m m - A large and fine assortment of fall and winter garments in this line Jonllomen who want a nice stylish garment at a moderate price will do wtAl to inspect this line vv e will be glad lo show you what we hav yiwyjii lji iDUDtce nsny iwsfsri Hixiiu i i BEMMMWWi MBia Bf C J5MMgMMMWMBmEMMMMMMMBWBMtMBMaBMPjMWMWM TtarzsuwAUiLvizBrzxxrB p rvii c cj ir o vnyyL s V IC333 kascera BuaJiiuitMajexwLaisjwinTaxitBramzaTsxaxxji oij- otts Ladies H isses ana irtiyMuwnylirllliirinfMinrfMrnfWn f1il mm- ium -- - jti - nl i r - r mi r ttt-ie - EScrrrzseES T T Tr stock ofT f esf VI mi r f W m1 At cost and less AAjLJLwilwli Wj PLUSK JACKETS from 857o and up H CS J wstea e J5 Wuk T AAW Z Qf T M jsj saSa Ka UWnnus AN UNUSUAL CHARGE ly Collector Preferred Against Clius McDowell O Reynolds See Miss The following letter fully explains said have made Coghlan how pret- Â¬ Tho your shoe ty I itself little one had found a paint brush U S Intehnai Revenue and what was once a red satin shoe Coileotos Orncu 7th Disr Ky was now a bright yellow painted by Lekinoion Ky NovjJ27tli 1810 the is enough Charles 0 Reynolds Esq Storekeep- Â¬ Misslittle artistdiditnot wear red to say You have Consumption tV tsl ir Coghlan shoes er Lexington Ky YOU The little one now f we no not say this to frighten ntcr Sir I conceive it4my duty to inform that night ml Vw you that you have been guilty of an devotes her time to the task of learn- Â¬Â¬ you but it is true These are the sure symptoms of this terrible disease There ing act which but one other oflicer in my ing the jig and has giving up paint is one thing which will check it and that is as an art seen fit to join you in district has Â¬ Miss Coghlan will appear at the You have passed a perfect examination on the questions that were re Opera House on Monday evening It Is recommended by tho best physicians in Europe anil America cently submitted to you by the De- Â¬ next December 8 as Pig Woffington JiohMiciulcil wulliing eanes at W L S5 cent 50 con In and S100 per Dottle partment and are deserving of sin- Â¬ Coppersmiths the Jeweler W H HOOKER CO 46 West Broadway New York cere commendation from this oilice Seats on sale at Barretts 3t m for the first class showing you have mader Respectfully Five Thousand Hogsheads Jack Sight is Priceless Thos 0 McDowell Collector Long agent has 5000 well seasoned The other officer against whom tho Mr David Norton of St Paul tobacco hogsheads lor sale same charge was made is Major Fred Maysvillc Lexington Minn states that his son was entire- Â¬ Bierbower of ly blind and had been kept in a dark Leader CROUP Qucenwjre and Fancy Clina I ep Sets 56 Charleys many friends in this city room an entire year and treated by Bronchitis WHOOPING COUGH and immediately relieved by pieces Jj Dinner ots from SS50 up The Iarg phvsicians of the city to no congratulate him upon his splendid the best and all had given him up i Shilohs Curet For sale by J W t stuck in Centrjl Kcntiiokj tu select presents purpose 27 from showing saying no would never be any better Gayle i when they began using what has proven to remedy in the Miles Nerve and Liver world for be the finest Inflammation Stoves Tinware anil Home Furnishing Goods the cure of Cook Stoves Ironi Pills 475 up Heating Stoves from 3 up An important discovery They act namely Dr Hales Household Oint- Â¬ on the liver stomach and bowels ment It was applied directly to tho through tho nerves A new principle boys eyes which soon began to im- Â¬ Pltrailuiii and Gas Fitting Tin Roofing and They speedily cure billiousness bad prove and to day his sight is entirely Giutering Job work of all knuKm both branches restoied and he is enjoying perfect Â¬ taste torpid liver piles and constipadone promptly ami guaranteed to be tirst class tion Splendid for men women and health owing to the use of the most children Smallest mildest surest wonderful remedy in the world Dr have the largest stock in mj different lines Samples free at Hales Household Ointment Sold by 30 doses for 25 cents to be found in Central ICentiuky and at prices 45 ly Phil Carpenter South Side druggist W Gayles Frankfort Ky J Look whore she would is could not be found The call boy was calling third act the stage manager was anxious and all behind the scenes were asking Why dont she come Just at this moment the little girl came to Miss Coghlans room and Something for the New Year The world renowned success of Hctettcrs Stomach Hitters and their continued popu Â¬ larity for over a third of a century as a stom- Â¬ achic Is scarcely nioro w onderful than the w el come that greets the annual appearance of Jin tetters Almanac Thin Tuluable medical treatise Is published by The Hostctter Com- Â¬ pany llttburRh la under their own immed Â¬ iate supervision employing CO hands In Mint department Ihey are running about 11 month- - In tho vear on this work and the i3Mio ot same for 1S91 will be more than ten mil- Â¬ lions printed In the English German French Welsh Norwegian Swedish Holland IJolic mian and punWi languages Refer to a copy of it for valuable and interesting reading con Â¬ cerning health and numerous testimonials as to the efllcacy of llostetters Stomach IMtters amusement varied information astronomical calculations and chronological Items c vhlch can bo depended on for correctness The Almanac for isoi can be obtained free ot cost from druggists and general country deal- Â¬ ers In all parts of tho country iAW villi Jb m 52o2 CT YOU iruniif JL il WHAT what AILS You feel tired Do you know it moans You are ner vousWhy You cough in tho morning Do you realize the cause Your appetite is poor What makes it so You seem like a changed person to your friends Do you know what is the matter or has the cliango been to gradual it has escaped your notice - 1 DR ACKERS ENGLISH REMEDY J0H2T T BUCKLEY I 2 that aie beyond all competitor ue me 1 call THAT TERRIBLE COBGH i breathing raising phlegm tightness tite Dizziness and all symptoms of in the chest quickened pulse dull- Â¬ Dyspepsia Price li and 75 cents per 27 ness in the evoning or sweats at bottlo For sale by J W Gayle night all or any of these things are the first stages of consumption Dr TOBACCO Ackers English Cough Remedy will LOUISVILLE OISTE cure these fearful symptoms and is MARKET Both the method and results when positive guarantee by sold under a fl Syrup of Figs u iaken it is pleasant J W Gayle Druggfofc FURNISHED UY piOVEK DUIIRETT and refreshing to the taste and act LOUISVILLE TOHACCO WAREHOUSE gently yet promptly on the Kidneys SYMPTOMS THE FIRST OF DEATH Sales on our market for tho week Liver and Bowels cleanses the sysjust closed amountto 1975 hhsd with tem eflectimlly di pels colds head Tired feeling dull hoadacho pains receipts for tho same period of 772 aches and levers and cures habitual in various parts of tho body sinking hhds Sales on our market since Jan constipation Syrup of Figs is tho apat the pit of the stomach loss of hhds petite fovorishness pimples or sores uary 1st amountof to 1150210 grown only remedy of its kind ever pro 127 hogsheads tho crop positive ovidenco of poisoned aro all duoed pleasing to the taste ami ac blood No matter how it became this year have been sold on our mar- Â¬ coptnhlo to the stomach prompt in ket up to this timo and tho bettor it must bo purified to avoid oath Dr Ackers English Blood grades of tho offering of tho now its action and truly beneficial in its Elixir has never failed to romovo crop havo sold nl prices ranging from effects prepared only from tho most scrofulous or syphilitic poisons Sold 10 to 1875 per 100 Tho bulk of now healthy and agreeable substances its tobacco which has coma forward under positivo guarantee has been dark and rough and lias inuny excellent qualities conuneiul ic 9 J W Gayle Druggist to all and havo made it tho most sold at low figures Tho following quotations fairly popular lemedy known represent our market for burloy Rose Coglilan oyrup 01 rigs is ior saio in uw tobacco and 1 bottles by all leading drug Rose Coghlan has with her this Trash lurk or damaged gists Any reliable druggist who 2 00 3 CO tobacco season two littlo children that play may not Inivo it 011 hand will pre 4 00 8 00 tho parts of poor Triplotts children Colory trash Thoy aro Common lugs not colory 3 50i 5 00 euro it promptly for any ono who Peg Woillngton in 8 00 14 00 wishes to try it Do not accept any about 7 and 10 years old respectively Colory lugs 7 007 0 00 substitute Ono night last Common leaf mischiovous and 10 00 00 week when it was time for Miss Modium to good leaf CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO 10 00 25 00 Coghlan to go on in tho third act Good to lino fillers SAN FRANCISCO CAL ono of Select or wrappery whoro she dances the Irish jig LOUISVILLE KY HEW YORK NY 25 OOtfi 33 00 loaf the red shoes sho wears was missing In the morniner hurried or difficult need for Constipation Loss of SHILOIIS VITALIZER is what you jBBCSBRjjjiL mkSSHhRIP Appe- Â¬ JOHIT T BUCKLEY ENJOYS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 111 I 1 i w Ui JEJT J jJr JLy JJm iff fflJLliL for I Infants and Children CoAtorla euros Colic ConsttpAtion Sour Stomach Diarrhoea Eructation KlUa Worms gived sleep and promotoa Without Injurious medication For several years I havo recommended your Castoria and shall always conUnuo to do so as it hat invariably produced bcnuileial results Edwin F Vaiidm M D The Wlnthrop 129th Street and 7th Ave New York City Tf dl- - Caatoria Is so well adapted to cMMrwi that recommend It aa superior to any prescription II A Archkr M D known to me Ill So Oxford St Brooklyn N Y Tho uso of Cnstoria is so universal and merits so well known that It seems a work of Biipererocatlon to endorso It Few ore the intelligent families who do not keep Castoria within easy reach OiIU0B Maiityn DD New York City Lato Pastor Bloomlngdalo Kef oruuxl Church Itfi pest ion Â¬ Tn Ckjctauk Compaky Munitix Strmt Niiw York A S nWttnriiYfl -- - -- - LwfrfartA iitJtliiMt m fCj vssssssmsisisssssmsssxi tiiXdsjsssesssssmssa I Grand Dissolution Crutcher Siarks 85000 Fine Clothing Stock Has Marching Orders DISSOLUTION Mens good strong suits cut to 375 450 500 former prices 500 600 and 750 SALE 600 750 900 1000 DISSOLUTION SALE c b oc ih k Mr 3- Boys Suits former price 150 200 250 and 350 cut to 75c 148 Mens extra fine suits sold at 1000 and 1350 1000 1250 and giSoo cut to 700 1000 198 and 250 Boys Suits that were sold at 400 500 600 and 700 cut to 300 Mens good warm overcoats sold at 500 cut to 375 500 and 750 600 750 900 and 350 450 and 500 sold at Mens fine Melton Overcoats sold everywhere for 1500 2000 and 2250 cut to 3000 3500 and Boys Overcoats 148 250 150 300 and 350 250 350 400 and 500 cut to 98c Mens fine custom Overcoats former price 2500 4000 cut to 2000 2250 2500 and S3000 200 pairs Boys Short Pants 4 to 14 years worth 75c dissolution price 39c Isiiliuiiiii Prices Shoes and Boots Ladies Rubbers 20c Mens Rubbers 30c ISIlllI MR I F STARKS dissolving con nection with our firm to engage in ventures elsewher- - necessitates a quick settlement of our affairs and forces this Grand Dissolution Sale which will exceed Â¬ in Prim I Hats and Caps 756 Caps go at ioc 15c 20c 25c and 35c former price 25c to 100 I Hat prices all cut beyond recognition Mens Arctics 75c Ladies Arctics 65c Mens Shoes 150 200 300 400 650 cut to 125 175 200 500 250 cut to i50 to 250 sizes 9 toln Mens Heavy Boots former price 200 250 300 350 cut to i50j2oo 250 and 275 325 425 500 133 pairs Mens Shoes sold from 300 to in magnitude any ever attempted in this country Such a slaughter of the best Clothing right in the midst of the season will attract thousands of buyers The orders are imperative the stock must be sold and that quickly 600 All Bags Go All Umbrellas Go Furnishing Goods DISSOLUTION PRICES 50 dozen Extra Good Suspenders former price 35c cut to 15c 25 dozen Fine Suspenders worth 50c cut to 25c 10 dozen Guyot Suspenders sold the world over at 60c and 75c our sale price 40c Mens Fine Uniaundried Shirts Wamsutta Muslin worth 75c cut to Mens Extra Fine Laundried Shirts worth ioo cut to 50c Mens Working Shirts Stripes Checks etc worth 75c cut to 50c Mens White Night Shirts 75c cut to 50c Mens Night Shirts colored borders 100 cut to 70c Fine Camels Hair Shirts and Drawers worth 85c dissolution price 50c Natural Ribbed Shirts and Drawers worth 100 dissolution price 50c disso 50 dozen extra fine quality Mens Wool Drawers worfh 100 to 125 lution price 50c Furnishing Goods DISSOLUTION PRICES 500 dozen 4 ply Linen Collars latest styles and shapes sold everywhere at 15c and 20c sale price 50 dozen extra 4 ply Linen Cuffs cheap at 25c sale price i6jc 60 dozen Fine Silk Scarfs Tecks and worth 35c 40c 50c all go in this sale at 20c new and choice 40 dozen Extra Fine Scarfs Puffs Tecks and patterns sold for 60c 75c sale price 40c beautiful colored borders 125 dozen Hemstitched Linen Handkerchiefs cheap at 15c and 20c go only at 50 dozen Seamless Half Hose all colors worth 20c go at 20 dozen Ail Wool Seamless Half Hose 35c go at 20c 25 dozen Extra Fine English Merino Half Hose cheap at 50c sale price 8c 42c 8c 8c 25c Â¬ hemstitched white black and fancy borders worth 75c and 100 dissolution sale price 40c t Fine Japanese Silk Handkerchiefs Â¬ Positively No Goods This Grand Sale Commences CRUTCHER CLOTHIERS M STARKS - - - To Accommodate the Crowds P Positively No Goods On Approval Charged Saturday at 9 A TAILORS AND FURNISHERS We Will Keep Open aCairi Street IFxarilsfort Until 9 P M