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EWBhI rwr wmmu n m wwwwPip The GEO A Feamjobt Kommboft A LEWIS Publshur WEKKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS ICY TERMS 100 In Advance Volume XIV IJ On Tlic Hill I FRANKFORT DE0EMB7R 27 1890 Number 16 7 J Year Bolls dio out the wedding bells Council Proceedings will take up tho cheerful sound One of Frankforts most popular daugh Â¬ On tho third Lords Day in Janu- - ters Miss Susie Ellis will bo led to ADJOUKNED MEETINO 1 W Head will preach at ary mo the hymonial altar by Mr Gaines of Recog Midway Lnhnnon Ohurch Subject on tho 8th day of January Tuesday Dec 23 1890 nition of Saints 1891 Tho many friends of tho young Present President Smith Miss Corda Adams Miss Sherloy couple hope tho New Year may bo a oilmen Buckley Haly Milam Man- Mr Graves and Mr Bohannan of blesstul one to both gan TObin waketlciu and Williams Jacksonville were the guests of Miss Miss Meed left Wednesday for AbsentCouncilman Miles Eva Cain and Miss Cora Martin last Louisville The minutes of the last meeting Sunday wore read and approved Mr and Mrs Bowman Adams will Several communications were re Â¬ Mr Dinkle of Harp is old enough spend Christmas with Mr Â¬ tn mnvrv now as ho was seen last J H Taylor in Louisville and Mrs ceived from tho Mayor One announc Â¬ ing his approval of tho ordinance re walking with a Sunday On Tho Hill There was one club entertainment pealing the cigarette ordinance passed Just keep a walking Mr cain Cain you wui meuu with hero this week Tho others were be Â¬ last January A second one annrov- JMnklo perhaps ing entertained in different cities in ing tho ordinance allowing tho clerk The Meddlesome Girl 75 per year additional as clerk of tho State Mr Austin is not half so crazy ns the fire and police commission reported But he actually has a mania Mr James Wooldridge is on the A third one vetoing the cigarette for martins Wo think he has cour- Â¬ Bick list this week ordinance passed at a recent meet Â¬ age enough to keep trying We heard Tho committee from tho Industrial ing jLhe vote was then taken on the that he had excellent luck on his last Legion have selected Messrs John bird hunt Thats right Mr Austin Â¬ Hays and Edward Lane to deliver an cigarette ordinance tho veto of the if you dont have the good luck to se address on Odd Fellowship on tho Mayor to the contrary Yeas 5 cure the prize at the first trial just first Wednesday night in January nays 3 remember that patience and perse Â¬ Our people should not fail to attend General D W Lindsey appeared verance overcome mountains But as Capital City Lodge will also have before the council and asked that we will assure you that there is no speakers present the Water Company bo allowed to such obstacles in you way as moun- Â¬ place another pipe on the bridge in The writer has been sick for some order to guard against any accident tains time past which is the reason his one already Mr John Moore of Benson had items nave failed to show up as usual that might occur to the on said structure The council grantÂ¬ business of importance up here last He is now at his post again and all permission to place said Sunday Another bird hunter I sup Â¬ items for this column can be left as ed the the same conditions as the pipe one under pose before now on the bridge The petition of Mr John E Glenn Lets turn over a new leaf at the be Dr Hales Household Oint Â¬ asking permission to build a frame clnnincr of the new vear house on his lot on Arlington Heights ment The Meddlesome Girl Is the finest cure in the world It Granted absolutely cures catarrh cures Messrs J W Gault and H R Wil- Â¬ The laws of health are taught in neuralgia and rheumatism It Cures liams conveyed by deed to the city a the schools but not in a way to be of Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum certain tract of ground on the South much practical benefit and are never most soothing manner Cures Side An ordinance was passed to allow illustraed by living examples which in the Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids in many cases might easily be done Cures Coughs and Colds Can be the small boys the privilege of shoot- Â¬ If some scholar who had just con- Â¬ taken internally Cuts bruises ing crackers Christmas day tracted a cold was brought before the burns chilblains sores of long stand- Â¬ The committeo on gas reported in favor of two lamp posts in the West school so that all could hear the dry ing corns and are loud cough and know its significance quickly different bunions else curedÂ¬ End supefrom all Â¬ see the thin white coating on the rior to all has and The finance committee were intongue and later as the cold devel- Â¬ 50c boxes else it size no equal 25 Sold structed to make arrangements for large cheapest oped see the profuse watery expecto- Â¬ at Phil Carpenters drug store South the payment of tho interest on the Water and Sewer bonds due January ration and thin watery discharge from Side 52 1 the nose not one of them would ever Mr Buckley moved that the street forget what the first symptoms of a Not Tliis Year committeo be instructed to advertise cold wore The scholar should then for bids for street repairs ordered at be given Chamberlains Cough Rem- Â¬ edy freely that all might see that Some of the little children who- a former meeting of the council even a severe cold could be cured in know all about Santa Claus his mini- Adopted one or two days or at least greatly turo sleigh and his tiny reindeer The matter in relation to the bond mitigated when properly treated as never saw a Christmas with snow If of the Capital City Railway Company soon as the first symptoms appear this thing goes on the picture hooks was referred to the finance commit- Â¬ This remedy is famous for its cures will have to change Old St Nicks tee Mr Milam moved that finance com- Â¬ of coucrhs colds and croup It is method of traveling over the mittee be authorized to receive bids made especially for these diseases try Georgetown Times for the publication of 500 copies of and is the most prompt and most re the ordinances Adopted liable medicine known tor the pur- An Open Letter pose 50 cent bottles for sale by The council then adjourned until 13 lm next Tuesday night at 730 oclock W Gayle Skaneateles Falls N Y I R K McCLURE HO FOR THE HOLIDAYS Come to us now for V HOLIDAY GOODS WE HAVE TOY BOOKS IN GREAT VARIETY The nicest selections of BIBLES ever in the city WRITING DESKS AND DRAWING BOXES OF PAPER AND ENVELOPES AND CHRISTMAS CARDS AND 1 Al BOOKLETS Some of the prettiest you ever saw Come and see our stock and you will buy Between The Pikes ties der if we will get to go to all the Hope so Hurrah Christmas is here Won- Â¬ par- Â¬ TV t V his idea for so doing being to nrovent Santa Claus from invading his sanc- Â¬ tuary Had he done so he would have missed all those nice toys Died Mrs Belle Hulette wife of James J Hulette of consumption Patiently she bore her suffering and was never heard to murmur or com- Â¬ plain but seemed always calm and when the summons came it found her ready to answer the Masters call and she sweetly sank to sleep to await the dawn of that beautiful morn where a robe and crown has long Wm S Hale been prepared Supt of the Weeks Manufacturing Co J HID nuuuuiui 1HOU1U111U ID DU1VI at Mr G L Mitchell is our boss ath Â¬ lete but while attempting to turn a South Side drug store P H Oahpenter summersault he dislocated his shoul Â¬ 5 der and coat sleeve and has since been unable to entertain us WHY WILL YOU cough when Sbi lohs Cure will give immediate relief and Amoug the Colored Citl- - Price 10 ctsby 50 cts Gayle 1 SS For sale J W zens ing school in Lexington is spending the holidays with her parents in the city The Capital City Lodge and the In Â¬ dustrial Legion nave given notice that they will give an entertainment at an early date A new club will be organized next month Miss Sophi Rickman is one of the Oity School Teachers who are spend Â¬ ing the holidays at their homes Tho Rev Mr Credit has given much satisfaction to the members of his congregation the First Indepen Â¬ dent Baptist Ohurch Miss Katie Washburne has been on the sick list Tho Powder Horn Club in thoir elegant costumes attended an enter Â¬ tainment at Lexington this week Some of tho mombors of the Hy- Â¬ perion Club were in Lexington thiB week Miss Mary Wilson who is attend- Â¬ to put a roof on his chimney Mr Warren Pulliam was preparing Feb 14 90 Messrs Kenyon Thomas Please send me as before iour dozen of your Dr Hales Household Ointment Since so many have had Lagrippe and pneumonia I have had great success with the Ointment Isaved the life of one man with the Household Oint- Â¬ ment He had pneumonia his lungs were filled up the doctor said he could not live he then sent and told me I at once went with my wife to see the man taken with me two large boxes of the Ointment I first gave him a dose internally then applied it to his chest covering him with hot flannels In less than half an hour he began to throw up matter from his lungs I kept giving him some every half hour The next morn Â¬ ing he could breathe freely He is now about well and will beat work next week Truly yours Â¬ Nervous Prostration Is a disease rapidly on the increase in America where everything is go Â¬ ing at high pressure night and day Men young in years aro constantly breaking down from over work Everybody needs a reliable nervo tonic something pure and pleasant Such a remedy is found in Dr Hales Household Tea a purely vegetable medicine the great Nerve Tonic It restores nerve power and vigor as nothing else can Has cured St Vitus Dance of years standing Acts directly upon the nerve centres im Â¬ R K McCLURE Frankfort Kentucky December 8 1890 Dear Santa CHURCHS If you will go to GRAY siore and set me a pocket KNIFE andÂ¬ a pair of SKATES and a pair of SCISSORS for my Christmas gift I will sing for you the sweetest song of Yours Little Annie Rooney P S Please dont forget parting health and strength Try the great new remedy 50c per package at South Side drug store 5 P H Carpenter women fine horses blue grass and her celebratod Ganters magic chick Â¬ en cholera cure which is sold on the no cure no pay plan by Phil Kentucky boasts of her pretty Carpenter WE CAN AND DO for if Guarantee Dr Ackers Blood Elixir it has been fully demonstrated to the people of this country that it is IS LIFE WORTH LIVING superior to all other preparations for Not if you go through tho world a olood diseases It is a positive oure forÂ¬ dyspeptic Dr Ackers Dyspepsia syphilitic poisoning ItUlcers Eruppurifies the Tablets are a positive cure for the tions and Pimples worst forms of Dyspepsia Indiges Â¬ whole system and thoroughly builds tion Flatulency and Constipation up tho constitution 9 J W Gayle Druggist Guaranteed and sold by W Gayle Druggist 9 J THE REV GEO H THAYER of Both myself and A NASAL INJECTOR free with each Bourbon Indsays bottle of Shilohs Catarrh Remedy wife owe our lives to SHILOHS CONSUMPTION CURE Price 50 cents 28 28 For sale by J W Gaylo For sale by J W Gayle MASTIH -- B EL O B HEADQUARTERS FOR- - Bunnn RoDesHorseCioining t v if Highest of all ia Leavening Power TJ S Govt Report Aug jr 1889 rHirBI IS The Hyperion Clul one The best peon members of it an t i have undertaken cess As tho Merry r- - prosperous f tho city aro thing thoy Jtuven a suc- - Rdfol Powder msm ABSOLUTELY PURE 6 Baking iri A I Sporting Bunting Ms iu rr Ml HfJk jfl 4M ft WR iwM I Gun Ordered at Wholesile Prices Examine our stock Wo luimlle nothing but STANDARD GOODS ami our prices we guarantee before purchasing elsewhere CUSTOM GRINDING CLASS MILL WE HAVE FITTED UP A FIRSTBrick Company ttiejarda or tlio Frankfort and will do custom grinding on Mondays and ilvo me u Fridays Satisfaction guaranteed STEPHENSON BUCKLEY trial Nov 8 tf FOR SALE WE nice building lot 25x80 feet oil Logan street betwoou Third and Campbell In 1 Fwith SCOTT 4 VIOL Frankfort Oct U am HAVE FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN A imasand ilfiliMi i- - Now lyJan2 MIA dtt4b rwff ww- - irr nflfSQ P- - Ik If Wf Miss Mattie Norman is home from The clerks postmen and others school at Knoxville Tennessee to spend the holidays connected with the post office sur- Â¬ Mrs Carroll Q Wright and son of prised Postmaster Jas M Saffell and Philadelphia are visiting her father Assistant Postmaster Chas W Saffell Mr John E Miles on Wednesday morning by present- Â¬ Mr Chas D Bercaw returned ing the former with an elegant gold Tuesday evening from a two weeks headed cane and the latter with a visit to New Orleans fine silk smoking jacket Mr Harry Misses Pattie Moore and Eleanor Rogers was the spokesman for the Smith of Georgetown are the guests boys and in presenting the cane to of Mrs O R Crutcher Postmaster Saffell said Misses Adelaide Sohroeder and Mr Saffell Representing the Margaret Lowih are spending tho employes of the post office in Frank- Â¬ holidays in Louisville fort I am commissioned by them to Miss Lucy Lee Hill has returned to present you with this cane as a her home in Lexington after a visit slight testimonial of their apprecia- Â¬ to friends at the K M I tion of you as a public official and Miss Clara Fowler of Lexington personal friend This hallowed sea- Â¬ spent Saturday in tliis city the guest son when peace and good willÂ¬ every where reigns makes it particuof Mrs Caswell Bennett larly appropriate that we should in Mr Thomas Clark of Louisville is some way attest our sense of your visiting his brother-in-laMr uniform kindness and courtesies to Robert Nicol near this city each one of us Be pleased to my dear sir in the same Tuesday morn- Â¬ accept it tender Mr E W Hines left it with a wish that ing for Bowling Qreen to spend spirit webe many years before you it may Christmas with his parents will need its assistance in lifes jour- Â¬ Mr Lindsey Blayney is home from ney but may it ever be near to Centre College spending the holidays assure you of our highest esteem with his father in this city and sincere friendship for you as Mr Wm H Van Winkle with long as life shall last Mr Saffell was too much surprised Son is visiting his Messrs Miles parents in Eushville Indiana to do more than thank the boys but Misses Willena and Guy Robinson will prepare his remarks later and arrived from school at White Sulphur publish them in pamphlet form Wednesday to spend tho holidays The cane is a beautiful ebony one Messrs Hugh Finnell the hand- Â¬ and the head is very heavy hand- Â¬ some typo of this ollice and Gus somely decorated and bears the fol- Â¬ Miller spent Christmas in Louisville lowing inscription Mr John C Cromwell of Peoria James M Saffell P M Illinois is visiting his parents Mr Presented by A W Cromwell and wife near this The Employes of the Frankfort city Post oifice Mr Jas T Moore and wife and December 25 1890 Mr Allen Tharp and wife of this city spent Christmas with relatives at Bag Â¬ The employes of the Hermitage dad Cooner Show presented Mr Hiram Messrs John Hanley Ernest Zoel Berry with a handsome silver pitcher ler Sherley Wintersmith and Will Gorman spent Christmas in Louis- Wednesday afternoon Mr 0 A ville Nelson foreman of the shop made Mr Robert Stephens and family the presentation speech and Mr left Saturday for Bloomington In Â¬ Berry responded in a very feeling diana where they will reside in the manner w not leave homo often but enjoyed his Fosters Pal cut Kids visit very much I will sell you a Foster patent Â¬ Mr Will T Crutcher wife and kid glove in any shade at 95cts son of St Louis are visiting rela- Â¬ worth 150 Come and tiy a tives in Bellepoint Mrs John W Gaines and daughter pair at Ed Harris Miss Adelc returned Monday from a trip to Cincinnati Tho trip was ta Â¬ Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria Personal ken for the purpose of having a cata Â¬ Bro plated of Rogers A Mm D M McIIenry spent Monday ract removed from one of Miss AdelesÂ¬ eyes and the operation was very suc warefull line and carving sets at Buckleys in Cincinnati cessfully performed Mr J II Told made a trip to LouisWhen in search of Christmas pres ville this week Entertained the Boys ents do not fail to visit Buckleys Mr F H Bagby has been in Louisville this week Postmaster James M Saflell enter- Â¬ Mrs Dora Ferguson went to Louis- tained the employes of tho post ville Wednesday oillcc at an elegant lunch at his Miss Eflle Hill has returned from a residence on the Lawrenceburg pike P visit to Winchester last night Mrs William Lindsay left Monday His Address Ranted for a trip to Cincinnati VwfTottffc Miss Fannie Taylor is at home to Can anyone furnish us with the Recommended as the Best spend the Christmas holidays address of Prof W W Wash who Xa May 1689 7a Mabi Pltiiocth Mr and Mrs Howard Black have was raised near this city It is I fltrfared from temporaryCo leeplessnen from returned from their bridal tour for two yean for whioh I uied Pastor thought that he taught for a time in STarvrork Nerva Tonlo and can Averill of Louisville a college at Lexington Missouri but M the best mediolna for similarrecommend tamo Mr Marvin troubles is visiting his parents in this city F BOBNHOBBT left there and went to California Bt Francis Wis Miss Olla Suttles lias gone to Oyn Anyone knowing of his present loca- Â¬ A member of my congregation Oct 24 1883 need thiana to visit friends and relatives tion would confer a favor by leaving Eoenigs Norro Tomo with good resultsPastor Tho patient was so nervous that ho could not find Bellepoint is his address at this office Miss Lizzie Pence of aleep for weeks Ho suffered from the most in Â¬ tense anxiety which bordered on insanity I para visiting friends in Madison Indiana tho person some of Koenig s Nptvo Tonio and ha Damaged Train continued to nso it Tho appetite returned Miss Lillian Lindsey and brother prndually the anxiety disappeared the headache Will are visiting friends in Colorado left and The C 0 train due here Thurs Â¬ pairaa isto day tho sufferer who had almost dea-enjoying excellent noann Miss Sallie Holt has returned from day evening did not arrive until Bern Elskamp Paitor a visit to friends in Eastern Kentucky Our Pamphlet for Batterers of nervous di 9 oclock yesterda morning seases will be sent about to any address and Prof A F Case is spending the and was in a rather battered and poor patients can free obtain this medicine also of chnrcn from us holidays with Ins lather in Lexing- Â¬ damaced condition most of the Irnn remedy ban been prepared by tho Ilovorend This ton PaBtor Kcenlg of Fort Wayne Ind for the pnst glass being broken out of the win Â¬ ten years and is now prepared under bis direo t Miss Annie Abrams is at home from school at Nicholasville for the holi- Â¬ dows of the cars by the branches of tionbytbo KOENIO MEDICINE CO trees on tho roadside weighted 60 Wait Uiiitn eer Clinton Bt days CHICAGO ILL SOLD BY DRUCCISTS Hon Thomas H Oorbett left Mon- down with ice coming in contact Price 1 per Bottle 6 Bottles for f 5 day for Paducah to spend the holi- with them J W GAYLE Druggist Frankfort Ky days Masonic Notice Craik is at home from Mr Henry school in Danville to spend the holiHiram Lodge will meet in regular days annual communication to night in Mr Woodson Woods of St Louis Â¬ Missouri is visiting his mother in the north hall of Odd Fellows Tem ple at 730 ociock There will be this city Â¬ Mrs Helen McClure is visiting her work in the Fellow Craft and Mas Mrs James A Hodges in ters degrees The presence of sister every member of the Lodge is de- Â¬ Louisville Mrs Dan McCarty and children of sired Owing to the fact that the Washington D C are visiting Mrs two Lodges will be consolidated in a Wm Cady few days no election of officers will Miss Jennie Duvall has returned be held this evening from a visit to friends in Asheville North Carolina Christmas Gifts Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Subscribers Look after vour subscrip tions On tlie iln i msrJ we will revise ff ists and drop all delinquents PILES SALT RHEUM FOR MEDICINAL THE GREAT HOUSEHOLB REMEDY TOR ECZEMA WOUNDS PIL ESI BURNS c Send three two cent stamps for froe sample box and book price ao cents TK R O IDiSOH F TAR OID CO DFjHIXXj SORES CROUP BRONCHITIS BATH TOILET AND NURSERY PURPOSES For sale by Dec 13 ly O CHICAGO ILL IKZFIETTIEIK every WATERPROOF COLLAR or CUFF BE UP TO PTot THE MARK to SDllt 3Jot fco Piscoiort -- THAT CAN BE RELIED ON BEARS THIS MARK Â¬ TRADE Â¬ jFlT NEEDS NO LAUNDERING UULOID mark CAN BE WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMENT Â¬ THE ONLY LINEN LINED WATERPROOF COLLAR IN THE MARKET MAG SO HLS CHRISTMAS ROOMS Praising Him Crowded and Everybody Satisfied and Many Umbrellas See tho elegant line of Fine Im Â¬ ported Handles Genuine Tor- Â¬ toise Shell and Silver Only one of a kind niul can- Â¬ not be duplicated What 1b nicer than a The Magic Remover fills a long felt want with owners of Horses orjMules with Warts Knots Bruises Cuts Strains Sprains Old Soros Barb Wire Cuts etc It mukus no difference how long the knot has boon there or how hard it is if it is not of the bono wc will take it off on the MO CURC NO PAY plan In removing the knot the hair comes off and the place becomes very sore when you stop using it the hair comes back its original color and not a trace of the knot is left For plan of insurance etc call at the undersigned druggists and bring your animal with you -- For a- - CHRISTMAS GIFT GEORGE CROSS Manufacturer UMBRELLAS 413 Fourth Ave rrV BHH aS j ta For Sale by LOUISVILLE Sole Agent For KY P H CARPENTER W R REA 1 D SOUTH SIDE DRUGGISTS SURGEON AND SPECIALIST And in charge of tho Electrical and Surgical Department of the Coffee Medical Institute Louisville K v at the Report of the Condition or THE State National Bank AT FRANKFORT KID GLOVES Real French Kid and laced with CAPITAL HOTEL FRANKF0BT 20 I Day SATURDAY DEC M I U IN THE STATE OF KENTUCKY Fosters New Hook AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS 23330 RESOURCES - 1890 312862 OS 3T O T HAVE 88 ACRES 1 Franklin county TIC E3 OF DESIRABLE diagnosing and treating diseases and deformi Â¬ ties lie will give S50 Tor any case that ho can not tell thft disease and where located In live minutes He will return to Frankfort every four weeks this year Treats all Curable Medical and Surgical Dis Â¬ eases Acute Chronic Cutnrrh Diseases of the Ejv Ear Nose Throat and Lungs Dytpepsl i Brlghts Disease Dia Â¬ betes Kidneys Liver Bladder Chronic Female and Sex Â¬ ual Diseases Returning every month during the year Dr Ilea has been connected with tho largest hospitals In the country and has no superior In Â¬ i Capt W G Thompson was hand- Â¬ Miss Florence Kendall of Lexing Â¬ somely remembered by the members ton is visiting her grandmother Mrs Kittie Kendall at Mr L B of the Johnson Guards and other Marshalls friends on Thursday morning Mrs J W Caseldino of Eminence And last but not least wo are Ky was tho guest of her daughter wealthy wo wear diamonds The Mrs H G Henderson of this city Roundabout Bindery and Jour- Â¬ the first of the week who has nal force God bless them the best Miss Mary Holloran been attending school at Nazareth people in tho world remembered tho is spending tho holidays with her old man with a handsome diamond brother Dr Frank Holloran in this scarf pin Miss Maggie Griffin of city the Bindery made tho presentation of Sidon speech and as usual caught us Miss Adah Poindexter Mississippi a student of Jessamine when wo were least suspecting it is Female Institute Nicholasville spelndingthe holidays in thiscity the and of course we were like tho littlo boy the hen ran over had nothing to guust of her cousin Geo A Lewis say May the kind wishes which Mr J G Bayne of Bagdad spent dim Tuesday in this city with his daugh Â¬ prompted tho gift never grow con- Â¬ stone ter Mrs James T Moore The old while tho handsome littlo gentleman is 72 years old and does tinues to sparkle future Loans and Discounts Overdrafts secured and unsecured U S- Bonds to secure circulation Duo from approved reserve agents Due from other National Hanks Due from State Banks and Bankers Banking house furniture and llxtures Current expenses und taxes paid Premium on U S Bonds Checks and other c tsh Items Bills ot other banks Fractional paper currency nickels and cents Specie Legal tender notes Redemption fund with US Treasurer 5 per cent of circulation HCJl 04 of Flat Creek on the South side or tho Ken- Â¬ 37500 00 tucky river known us part ot the James llurrod 144JG 70 farm Apply to 4032 92 WLEWIS 148a 42 at Harvlelaud Dec 6 2m 8015 86 7282 07 10593 75 4JOO forsale ljlng mar the mouth LAND IN Epilepcy or jfiu Young lEooitive ana 3PIta Ciared Aged an 00 la OHE DOLLAR fEEILT Mi idle Ifen 8 w 16185 00 3000 00 BUYS A GOOD GOLD WATOH 1687 50 8421491 63 BY OUR CLDB SYSTEM Our 11 karet patent stiffened gold cases are warranted for 20 yean Wultlnin ami Elgin movement reliable and well known Stem wind and set hunting or open face ladys or gents size Equal to any 75 wutch We bell one of these watches for Suireilng from Spermatorrhea and Impotencyas the result of self abuse ill youth or excess In maturer jeirs and otnor cJnses producing borne of the following oilects ify emissions bloches dizziness confusion of debility nervousness Ideas aversion to soul tv dofiidlvo memory nd sexual exhaustion wlilfth unlit tho victim for business or m trrl ue aro permanently cured by remedies not Injurious Total LIABILITIES BLOOD ANI SK1N DISEASES Sypnlllsand complication as sore throat fal 1 Ingof hair pain In the bones eruptions etc are perfectly oridleitel without using mercury 15000 00 12C51 G7 or other Injurious drugs Jleet Stricture and all Urinary Gonorrhoea 38750 00 162926 94 and Kidney Troubles are speedily cured by treat Â¬ 4801 2d ment that has never failed 1922 11 He undertakes no inuiirablo cases but cures and send to nny address by registered mnll or 40440 53 by express C O D with privilege of examina Â¬ thousands given up to die 421491 63 tion Total Ouragentnt Durham N Cwr -s Our Jewelers have confessed th- dontknow 8TATK OF KlNTUCKT how you can furnish such work for ttu money Remmber ths dati and come early us his COOKTV or FKANKLIK J rooms are always crowded wherovor he stops I Chas 19 Hoge Cashier of the above named CONSULTATION FREE Bank do solemnly swear that the above at ite ment Is true to the best of ray knowledge and be Â¬ Correspondence solicited and conlldentlal Ad Â¬ lief dress CUAS E HUGE Cashier wanted at each place Write for particulars Coffee Correct Attest Capital Stock paid in Surplus Fund Undivided prollts National Bank notes outstanding Individual deposits subject to check Due to other National banks Due to State banks and bankers Notes and Bills re dlscounted 1B2JW 28 CASH Remember the Date Medical i i I tr C E BLLWANGER FAYETTE HEWITT R K MCCLURE V Directors EMPIRE WATOH 43 CO Mil 60 Maiden Lane New York N X Institute NO 520 FIFTH gTjgTj KY I i i iywgitTairKrarug MicnTn m iiivw vivAMWmiiti wwuuvtmiuiv wawnnwi -- 2 ill make special prices to UJE r jb AywM3ICBBMcBBiBf mSj jJ flfe ffirPffv yBcfsPBBw wl ys Y - i And others buying toys in large quantities They have by far the best stock of toys of everj7 description in the State and their confec tions are unequal ed anywhere Â¬ m REMEMBER THE PLACE k i SO 58TER t j sssXuitaaut ngaa i nrtwmwiw a w r The Federal Court Morgans Raid T I I mfJMOVifiP Â¬ in Gen Johh H Morgan s audacious Following is a list of the grand and raid across the Ohio will bo the sub petit jutors drawn for the January of three papers in the January term of the Federal Court in this city ject A Ro Century Under the title Grand jurors Boston Dillon Solon mance of Morgans Rough Riders B Henry A G Scott G H Nun the first chapter by Gen Basil W nelly Warren 0 Graves Ed Ward Duko describes and the Raid CV Bond J M Gastineau M W relates numerous amusing incidents Maddox Al Moberly T E Baldwin as well as daring exploits Gen 0 N B Deathridge Alvin Major W 0 B Willcoxs chapter on The Cap- Â¬ Montgomery Elijah Muir M 0 ture describes the chase of Morgan Smith Jesse Doty W H Crossfleld through Indiana and Ohio and ihe Jacob Smith Ohas Spillnuin Wm capture of him and the last of his Russell 0 B Hawkins R M Al followers near the Pennsylvania line dridge R 0 Steele while Capt Thomas II Hines in Second drawing Wickliffe Chap- Â¬ The Escape gives u thrilling ac- Â¬ man M P Gray H W Smith A 0 count of the means invented by McGruder Cass South himself by which Morgan and a few Petit jury W P Hudson J M of his officers tunneled out of the Wakefield Joseph L Rodman H T Ohio penitentiary and made a peril- Â¬ Stanton Nathan Wells John 0 ous journey to the Confederate lines Rogors R B Wilson A R Denny D B Shackelford Roe Lackey Tariff will go up on tin but prices Jason Walker W N Offutt J B on tin loollng will be lower than over Graves R W Abbott J J Hogart for the next thirty days at Buckleys Jas Mallon Jas Rodgers W L 35 m Kavanaugh Milton Davis T 0 Wood Geo W White Lee A Owen Handsome and useful presents can WW JettWm Carter R T Horn bo found at Buckleys don Pat OConnell W S Morgan Frank Jackson L W P Hulett J Excursion to AsUville B Hamilton Wilder Dupuy Geo S V French Queen Lee Church J On account of Southern Inter State Nat McDaniel N Wright Imigration Association the L Second drawing Wm Allen John 0 Payne R Rogers will sell round trip tickets to Ash W T Gaines David Nicol and Wm ville N C at limited first class fare Dec 13th and limited to Doc 24th McEwan Thos B Ford E P Bryan Clerk INFORM MY Twill nil the tlrst of January remove my boarding nous from the house 1 now oocupv to the West End of the old where I Mansion Home 232 west Main street WnilTn frliuU RFSPEfiTFULLY nriil imtrmiH that AHLER EDWARD 0LMSSEN PEAOTICAL I tl have greater facilities for accommodating the A share of your public at result libit rates patronage Is solicited JOHN W I1ARR0D Dee 27 lm Stockholders Meeting HE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCK holders of THU FRANKFORT WATER COMPANY of Frankfort Ky for the election of flvo directors ami the transaction of other cor Â¬ porate business will be held at Its ofllce In the City of Frankfort on WEDNESDAY DECEM- Â¬ BER 31ST lb90 at 11 oclock n m AU McCLURK Secretary 15 2t 1 Plumber GasSteam Fitter AND DEALER IN GUARANTEED FRANKFORT KENTUKOY Parties to Commence ment w T Gas Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Closets PIPE AND FITTINGS ETC STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO JOB AND CONTRACT WORK ALL WORK In rear of Salenders Grocery No Money Required of Responsible H Stockholders Meeting WILL BE A MEETING OF THE STOCK holders of the Deposit Bank of Frankfort at Its banking house In Frankfort Ky 011 Monday Januity 6th 1811 from 10 a in until 2 p in fur the election of eight directors to serve for the Treat- Â¬ ensuing ear Dec 272t II H WATSON Cashier FRANKFORT CAPITAL HOTEL 03STE Sixteenth Regular Visit idjsst artier KY WEDNESDAY JAN 14 Consultation and Examinat Free Umbrella Covering COVER UMBRELLAS NEW PATENT COV 1 ers from 50 cents to SL In one hours time I sell uinbrellus from 2 cents up und take repairing In T And every fourth week therealter Agent Bridge Umbrella factory at the end of South Frankfort Dec 20 3t II GROSSMAN mmw m M ML Christmas Weatlier HV SST r r - lor The weather on Thursday was of Proposals FARM SHELBY the old time Christmas variety It commenced snowing early in the C BALED PROPOSALS WILL DE RECEIVED f00 copies of the FIGURE HAVE FOR O morning and kept it up until late in lawsfor printing aiul binding city of Frankfort TTTTEtne JiarKsourySALE AT A LOW 120 acres and ordinances of the rr farm containing the afternoon when the snow changed The Mime to ho In a stjle similar to the printed lying on the road iroin Bigdad toChrlftlansburg 1879 ulth side notes Index one and quarter miles Over 100 to rain and sleet and yesterday morn- Â¬ ordinances ofOne hundred copies toand bound to acres In ablue grass and from Bigdad of water be In the volume clover plenty cloth and 40O copies In paper covers Bids to he good orchnrd line locust grove and good house ing everything out of doors was cov made at so much per printed page complete and of eight rooms upon the place and well of splen completed without delay Bids the work to ered with ice and snow Branches of be delivered be the City Clerk Mr P 11 Newmanto did water at the door to to For terms apply trees were broken off telephone wires Monday next at 12 oclock m SCOTT VIOLETT By order of the Council Fraukfort Ky were broken down and walking upon D L IIALY B C MILAM the streets was dangerous Those who Finance Committee COMMISSIONERS wished for a white Christmas got it with a vengeance Pitiug 00 ITCTOm -- - Â¬ Nov-l-3- m ME Miss Natalie Sawyier will take a FRANKLIN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS limited number of pupils for instruction in drawing and water color BIDS WILL IIE RECEIVED BY THE SARAH JARVIS JC In Equity for the repair and con- JOHN vsRRIGUTWELL painting The class will meet on AC Saturdays only commencing Jan struction of the following curbing and virtue of the Judgment rendered In sidewalks in the city of Frankfort to By above cause at the November Term 19JO the 17th 3t I Â¬ Â¬ PROPOSALS J wit BOKN RODMAN In this city on Saturday December 20 1800 to Mr Jouu W ttodmun und wife it boil -J- NEW PAVEMENTS AND CUKUING will sell ut public sale to the highest and best bidder on ohn W Jr DI1CD READING At the residence of her Mr 11 C Dunlgun In this city on Monday De cember 22 1890 Mrs Margaret Reading aged 83 years son-in-laÂ¬ IILT EBHivdOIE Â¬ 1 When some proud son of man returns to earth Unknown to glory but upheld by birth The sculptors art exhausts the pomp of woe And storied urns record who rests below This luuguago of Immortal Byron In giving expression to his own true feelings and spread ing upon the scroll of time un epitaph that eternity alone can obliterate fitly tells of our t shallow littleness and points a moral that men Imay protlt by considering I am not here to lift a single curtun fron the Inner temple or human NHiscIousuess but simply to record an honest meat testimonial to a departed friend whose ihple unobstruslve life h s gone out in quiet jbscurlty unwept unhonored und unsung r vvuitoi Iuiuua u uiiuu uuiuillll luilll UUII uur streets and highways has cone to his reward and few there be so poor as to do his memory reverence His genial utuelllsh nature brought hint many transient friends whoso admiration found expression only while he lived to furnish fuel for the sentiment Now that the dark river Hows twlxt lie and us and the maglo sweetness of his bow has ceased to thrill with Its pathos wo forget his loss and pass his memory to the shades without even so much us a single notice of his taking oil When some proud son of man returns to earth the pomp of woe spreads oor the land and lightning tells It to the morning render fur und near but poor Forbes the humble friend of every body but himself lays down In the county of Owen his weary life and months elapse be Â¬ fore the news Is told to those who knew and loved him best Hes gone poor fellow and the choir thats chnntlng unthems round the Great White Throne Is richer In its tone and tenderer In Its cadence by the voice and spirit of Walter Forbes Let those who knew only the outer man und hesitate to honor these remains pass on to St to llnd their uuthorlty John the Baptist A At Al On the south side of Second street South Frankfort from the line of Mrs Chiles to Logan street on the west side of Shelby street South Frankfort from the alley in front of Judge Craddocks resi- Â¬ dence to Cross street on the north side of Mero street North Frankfort between St Clair and Wilkinson street on the north side of Clinton street North Frankfort tront me line ut uic sjuiurcu jiapust Church to the northeast corner of the pioperty of James Sullivan on the east side of Wilkinson street North Frankfort between Main and Bioadway The following to be repaired on the north between Washington side of Broadway and Wilkinson streets on the east side of St Clair from Geo Paynes line to the corner of Main and from the corner of Main and St Clair on the north side of Main to Jno Meaghers property on the south side of Third siraet South Frankfort between Shelby street and the line of Mrs Judge Duvallsp operty on the east ide of Shelby street South Frankfort between Second and Third streets from the wooden bridge on the west side of Bridge street to the line of Fincel Bros property and from the corner of Bridge and Second street to the corner of Shelby on he cast side of Logan streets South Frankfort between Third and Cross streets on the cast side of Logan stieet between Cross and South Frankfort Campbell streets Construction of same to be in accord ance with the laws and ordinances of the city of Frankfort Specifications for same may be seen by application to the undersigned Bids to be received and opened by noon of the 30th of December 1890 The right is reserved to reject anv or all bids M BUCKLEY Ohm Street Committee Â¬ -- At the Court house door In the cltv of Frank- Â¬ fort Kentucky between the hours of 10 oclock a manl 3 oclock p in on a credit of six twelve und eighteen months in equal Install Â¬ ments the following property to wlt A tract of land In Franklin coutity Ky con- Â¬ taining to lfnotcuredil leads decayenlarged prostate agland Inner entlllr a ilticaie rr the nerrouActing delay debility Bheumatlsm I it e guarantee cure ait and premature Wis iloutit bejonJ white oak north 75 degrees 30 minutes east 14 Km as tilItieorriMctlgitloo provntreated it with pheaoneoal vous cases and a perfect restoration to Vheakband physical vigor such upon this we havo for jear poles north C3 degrees 30 minutes east 17 poles The deformities and beart affection ruultlmt from uccfM made a have for south 87 east G poles north 44 east 17M poles rbeumatla IntlanimaiioD may all b aroMtd or cured bj our ToJtho lodiea We Mae tenthsyear the sufferingpeclalty ef of of tola the diseases of women poles treatment north 13 east 16 poles north 48t east When the world are borne by women and without reason on Andrew Reams line and to three black ush Bright SlaeaaO of the KUneyi la the remit of fault cause of these diseases is properly understood their cure la with the same south CG east 110 poles to a plant nutrltloD orer itlraulatlon or the ue of improper remedlea vo certain and complete Our large hotpltal experience enables ua to understand these cases and treat tht m from the latest scleo ed stone corner to said llearn on Beasleys Increase the Uow of urine treatment which so nisny object to wa SiBeaaea of the Digestive Organs are the mutt fre tlflc standpoint Local Our original line thence north 45 east with said and Conv rarely llud necessarv poles to u lynn and Iron wood quent causes tf the more fatal dlieaiii iipepiia LiverImper local remedies with which ireatmeut is by constitutional treat Beasleys line 12li we Instruct the patienu to Couitipatbn and Chronic Diarrhea all result la themselves at their on homes In Ileums spring branch and down the same blaint J reel nutrltlou and render life mlicrable Early interference i with Its meanders south B7 east 20 poles south C7 true vconouiy of time wone und health PrivatO Diseases Stricture meet Venereal Telot degrees 15 minutes east 24 poles south 53 east 10 Impotency rapidly approaching Inianltr and Syphilis Gonorrhea an I Sterility are promptly Young If on vho are poles south 33 degrees 30 minutes east 12 poles drathfruuisecntliablis will do well toconiultui aloace These and edeotually cured by our sKlal remedies We hare spent knewledja nanus secure resullof south 16 poles south 23 east 14 poles south 1 de Â¬ cases are the fail We disease not flee andconadence such thousand of dollars la time and money to gala invite Tour fullest and In this dlrcctiou gree 30 minutes east 8 poles south 33 east 10 promisewithout vou relief Epilepsy or Pits This phenomena of tun dervoaa poles south 64 degrees 30 minutes east 13 poles to of system is resullof dde Aged Men water passate center the mouth of Hulls spring branch In all 16 the bladder aud urethra orwho observe certain Irritations in Ourmcthol the treitmcut disease located in me nerve ha beea which is eutlrelv our own with sediments of poles to a honey locust south 11 west 46U poles the urinesboirldavallthenisrlvesofourtrcatnient Such srrop admitted by the of world to produce radical sugar tree and white oak at the mouth of a lotus are ludicatlutis c f simlna weakness which admit o no cure In the most best scientists the to it debilitated subjoin brancuonlt Ferrys heirs line of three 60 acre -sJerv person consnltinc us should brintr or send fottrto six ounces of their urine whlchswe surveys und with u Hue of the same west 34 passing two cedar trees marked as a corner will submit to tthnrnugh microscopical examination and clfemica analysis a certificate and chart of the same course continued In all 48 poles to a cedar which will be furnishedwhich patient Wc cure old cases hau liafHcil the skill ofothcr physicians Why Because our teoslvo thence north J7tj west 20 poles to u small sugar recognirc iiirasc tree and white oak on the side of the cllll and experience cnaoicsus to have failedtne nwsts tirwliit elscwhc Wc invite all who toabuin All curable wise are with the clllt south 65 west 34 poles crossing iruaruitced Lick Branch to a white oak thence south 73 Patients treated by mall and cxpicss Where possible personal consultation is preferable List west 106 poles to the beginning Purchaser to give bond with good and suM of questions sent free on application All cases and correspondence strictly confidental Treatment sent C 6 D to any dent surety bearing interest from date to have the force und ellect of u replevin bond A lieu part of the United States and Canada Address with stamp for reply will be reserved mi the property sold until till money Is paid the purchase EC Â¬ More or less and described ns follows viz Be ginning ut a cedar and bluck ash corner to Rob- Â¬ ert Gayle on Briscoes line und with the same north M degrees e ist 70 poles to Briscoes origi Â¬ nal corner a black nsb sugar tree a lid buckeye thence with the orlglnul line north 63 west 121 poles to un oak tree on said orlglnul line on the rdge road leading from the mouth of Glens Creek to Hulls old puice and with the same north 20 east 21 poles to two white oaks north 43 degrees 30 minutes east 10 poles to a large 202 OKIES Tlu Eminent Specialist formerly resident Physician of the Philadelphia General Hos- Â¬ pital Physician in charge of the Ohio Medical Institute Cincinnati Ohio has for twenty five years successfully devoted his time to the treatment of his specialties He successfully treasall curable cases of Chronic and JVervous Diseases His treatment is based on the largest experience after thorough educational preparation Â¬ C H BOGMAN M D lit Â¬ WM CROMWELL Deo 20 3t Muster Commissioner p o Dr G Bogman Cincinnati O BOX 703 m T E3 BaatCTMHaBagrMWMh I have just received from the east the largest stock and assortment of the above ovwrlcs ffoods ever brought to this market Prices the lowest 1 onlv handle these taVVVHk during the holidays and will guarantee them perfectly fresh Call and examine and get our prices tJ A JXL Jifc3 11 Jbi JX Y Nov m FRUIT ii s 9 3 rocer li Tle Soiatli Side Ify FKAiNKFORT RUUflMIJUUT under the proposed tutored at the post olllce at Frankfort Keiituck as second dust mailable matter fiEO A LEWIS Editor and Publisher DECEMBEU 27 FRANKFORT 180 Dcatli of Mrs Reading Mrs Margaret Reading familiarly known as Aunt Peggie died Mon Â¬ day afternoon at the residence of her Mr H 0 Dunigan at the age of S3 years She had advanced enjoyed remarkable good health up to within a few days of her death notwithstanding the fact that about a year ago she received a fall which broke one of her hips and frac- Â¬ tured several ribs but her strong constitution rallied and she had al Â¬ most entirely recovered from the injury and gave promise of living many son-in-la- w Constitution They should remember that princi Â¬ ples are eternal while details and methods must change to meet tho demands of a progressive people Tho shoes that will fit a boy of to day will cramp his feet ten years hence so it is the Convention should not say to tho people you shall never wear shoes different from those wo now furnish you but should leave all de Â¬ tails to be provided by the Legisla- Â¬ tures of future years Should this body reach too eagerly into the legis Â¬ lative stream after the fancied meat resting there their experience may be Bimilar to that of the dog who was not satisfied with the meat he held in his mouth but in the effort to increase his possession saw his own meat sink beneath the waves Such may be the fate of the present Con- Â¬ stitution when entrusted to the waves of public opinion Â¬ m Charley Furrs Brother Dead C FARM FOR SALE W log Si Poultry Remedy Mr John W Furr brother of Mr T OFFEU FOR SALE AT A GREAT BARGAIN 1 the 0 Furr of this city died at his of my farm containing 17lacies at In moutli Elkhornon the Kentucky river homo near Salvisa in Mercer coun- Â¬ county It Is mostly bottom land and IsFianklln suitable for the cultivation of com and tobacco It Is ty on Saturday finely watered by ponds and spring and has about 20 acres well set In bluesrisi it has upon Probable Speaker Hon Albert B Fall grandson of the late Elder P S Fall has been elected to the Legislature of New iiE Mexico from the counties of Don Ana Grant and Sierra and will very MY FORMER RESIDENCE AND FARJt AD the probably be elected speaker of that Louis Jneent to Bridgeport Immediately on con Me pike 5 miles from It a cooil residence good barn and other neces Â¬ sary out buildings so located as to make a de Â¬ lightful home For terms call on or address ni attorneys Scott Vlolett Frankfort Ky 16 tug Cm MAltY F QUAHLES oies body si G J 1 For Sale by M W Druggist GAYLE - We Should Have Good Meat Tho weather for several weeks has been first class for hog killing and there should be no complaint of tainliiK 31 acres of first quillty land well Mip Plled with water both for stock and family use there being two line springs and a good well thereon Same Is well Improved as to fencing Ac Tho residence barn and all necessary out Â¬ houses Including Ice house are In good condiÂ¬ Frankfort Old Market house Corner FKANKFORT Mar lvr KY tion Ky For terms and further particulars apph to mo at my residence 418 Broadwa Frankfort Ct W CHINN 11 311 H G MATTERS wesie i W Will Surely Go On m spoiled meat among our farmers Those who have it will have to charge Valuable City Residence Property it to defective curing FOR SALE The Kentucky Military Institute property has been purchased by the Kentucky Military Institute Co who have a clear title to the property which can not be affected by any liti- Â¬ gation brought against the former owners of the place and the school will certainly be kept up The school is at present in charge of Col D F dier of that war Boyd an eminent educator who is building up and it is hoped soon to Tlie Constitutional Con make it itan institution our entire vention community will be proud of The next session begins on the sixth of The body of men elected by the and will continue ten people of the State to remodel our January present Constitution in some particu- months lars that time and experience had Toe Mashed demonstrated to be necessary has been in session nearly four months Mr Richard Suter one of the and the end is not yet Individually brakesmen in the yard of tbe L N the members are as intelligent as Railroad attempted to get upon a could be found within the limits of freight car which was being shifted the State but as a body they seem to in the yard Monday afternoon when have accomplished but little The he missed his footing his right foot people are as a rule disposed to went down upon the rail and the criticise too severely a representa- Â¬ truck passed over the end of his tive body whether it be a Legislature great toe mashing the fleshy part of or a Convention They re unac- Â¬ it off The injury was dressed by Dr quainted with the methods of busi- Â¬ E E Hume who took the nail out at ness governing such bodies and es- Â¬ the root but thinks he can save the pecially do they fail to consider the toe obstacles attending the transaction of business in such bodies One hun Â¬ Tlie Fiftli Attempt dred different opinions on every subThere was another attempt to burn ject embraced in the Constitution Tan and as many different opinions on the stable of Messrs Gaines ner at the Capital City Machine subjects that should never be incor- Â¬ porated into such an instrument Works Monday evening This is have to be met combatted compro- about the fifth time it has been set mised or overcome in some way fire to the last attempt to burn the When we call to mind how stubborn building being made about a year a thing one well grounded opinion is ago and was successful in so far as to to overcome the magnitude of over- Â¬ destroy about half the building and a coming ninety nine out of every one lot of provender stored in it The fire hundred such specimens of obstinacy this time was discovered before any damage was done and extinguished becomes apparent But making all due allowances for Engine House Signal such obstacles it seems that there should be some limitbeyond which the When a fire breaks out near the en- Â¬ inventive genius of the present Con- Â¬ gine house and the alarm is sent vention should not venture Of the there instead of being turned in from many subjects embraced in the pres- Â¬ the nearest box an alarm of only ent Constitution there was a de- three taps will be sounded upon the mand on the part of the people for bell upon tho tower to inform the changes in less than a half a dozen the chief and runners whoso duty respects viz Change in the method does not require them to stay con- Â¬ of voting limitation of the Legisla Â¬ stantly at the engine house that ture to the passage of general laws there is a fire only limitation to the powers of local taxation in aid of corporations Christmas Wedding The permanent location of the Capi Â¬ tal at some point where it can for-Â¬ Mr Ed B Emerson of this city ever be freo from the fretful moods and Miss Annie Stafford of the Swit of a legislative body and thereby in zer neighborhood were married at 2 vite the expenditure of such money oclock Wednesday afternoon at the in capital buildings as will provide residence of Mr Thos A Joyce on for the needs of the officers and peo- Â¬ north St Clair street Rev Geo ple of such an enlightened commu- Â¬ Darsie officiating nity as Kentucky of to day and the bright future Bought mountain Land Without confining themselves to these subjects the members have Messrs Hiram and George F Ber Â¬ spared no part of the instrument ry of this city have purchased from from the spirit and disposition of Mrs Evalino McGuire six acres of change indeed they have been stu- Â¬ land at St Helens in Leo county for The resolutions fifteen thousand dollars dious of change evidencing dissatisfaction with the Famous Headache Specific present Constitution number hun Â¬ is Bakers absolutely tho best Decide to use dreds if not thousands They do it It never fails Sold by Wickliffo 1 not stop at laying down a rule for Chapman 314 Main street the guidance of the people in their SHILOHS CATARRH REMEDY a legislative capacity but they venture positive cure for Catarrh Diphtheria to proscribe the details and methods and Canker Mouth 28 to be pursued in deriving all benefits For sale by J W Gayle She leaves two children Mrs Thos P Rodgers and Mr William Read Â¬ ing of Hill county Texas and several step children one of whom is Mr Colie Reading of this city She was a pensioner of the war of 1812 her husband having been a sol- Â¬ Â¬ years yet Married Last June Mr Wallace Steele Â¬ Â¬ formerly tele-Â¬ operator at the L N depot graph in this city was married last June to c apply to CHAS F EXDM 334 MAIN STREET Miss Clara Woodford a wealthy Attorney for Johnson heirs young heiress of Bourbon county at Oct 25 tf Aberdeen Ohio but the fact was kept secret until a few days ago WM when it leaked out For the past five W KENTUCKY CO UNION RAILWAY months Mr Steele had been employed ATTORN as operator in Huntington West Vir- Â¬ TIME CARD ginia and Miss Woodford had resided RBAI ESTATE AGENT EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 2IST 1890 COURTS 0 with her widowed mother Upon the VKTTLL PRACTICEtbe IN TDK counties an rr Franklin and adjoining GOING EAST give fact of the marriage becoming known Mil alio or special attention to the purchuxtreal estate collection 300 p m Mr Steele resigned his place in Hunt- Â¬ and sale legottattaB of loans of r nts claim- Leave Lexington and the Leave Winchester 40 p m 1nn2M 451 p m Leave Clay City ington and the couple now reside on Arrive Lumber Point 625pm E B Bakstow the brides farm in Bourbon county Frank Ibold Arrive Three Forks 630 p m Sec and Treas President PROP place on noith Fide ot Main stieet Frankfort situated K near the Capital Hotel Is offered for sale b tne undersigned If not sold on or before Janu Â¬ ary 1st lfcJl the sime will be for rent The property Is In llrst class condition For terms BRICK RESIDENCE THE TWO STORYthe Sidney Johnson known as Fhotogriiliir FRANKFORT KY CROMWELL EY-AT-LA- Ad Why is It With all the stores in the city full of Christmas goods and in any of them a person could certainly have found most anything he wished for a Christmas present to a friend or a member of his family any number of our people went or sent to other cities to make their purchases And this thing is not confined to Christ mas times but is almost an every day occurrence Some people seem to think that an article purchased in Cincinnati or Louisville at a little lower price than they can get it here is much cheaper notwithstanding the fact that they pay railroad fare to and from the city to make the pur- Â¬ chase or if ordered by mail the freight upon it here And they lose Bight of the fact that every dollar they send away from Frankfort is that much injury to the city Our mer- Â¬ chants complain of it yet some of them do the very same thing rather than patronize a homo merchant in another line of trade Why is it Is this the way to build up your city Many of our merchants send away to have their printing done and then expect those who make their living by tho art here in our city to deal Why not encourage with them home enterprise by having your work done at home You can got as neat work done in either of the printing offices here as in Louisville or Cincinnati and if you dont want to patronize one why go to the other Dont go out of town with your work Wo have just seen a job executed in a Louisville office very neat job it is true but it could have been as well and cheaply executed here If it had been printed at homo tho proofs could have been submitted to the party who had it done and all neces Â¬ sary changes and corrections made before it went to press and some one saved tho trouble of going over each copy and making changes or correcting tho errors with a pen Â¬ Â¬ Drtkk Vice Presldeat K T Superintendent Basinet Leave Three orks Arrive Elkatawa GOING WEST Leave Arrive Leave Arrive Arrive Arrive Arrive 1130 am 125 p m Tie Stantai Prints Ink Co Fornierlythe 9te4ardPrkitIngInk MANUTArrURERS Works O- FPRINTINGAND LITHOGRAPHIC INKS VARNISHES ETC 1M Canal ClnctaiaM Ohio uno28 ly Elkatawa Three Forks ThreVForks Lumber Point Clay City 1030 G 835 a m 00 Winchester Lexington 605 a m 737 a m 830 a m a m ajn 030am Connections mnde at Lumber Point with steamer for Beattvllle Elkatawa Is nearest station to Jackson Ky Trains between Three Forks and Lexington run dally between Three Forks and Elkatawa dally Sundays excepted J L MUKPHY General Passenger Agent Â¬ Â¬ f l CREAM Dr W I Kelley WH OF CINCINNATI WILL BE AT THE IN FRANKFORT KY Roller Extract OHIO Â¬ CREAM Extract IS OUR BEST FLOUR BUT EITHER FRIDAY FRIDAY FRIDAY FRIDAY JAN 9 1891 JAN 30 1891 FEB 20 1891 MARCH 13 1891 r ITCHING GOLD MEDAL IDOL KING or BLEEDING Chloroform BLIND or Cured vrttagct any surgical operation and wltto Â¬ SILVER MOON IS A GOOD FLOUR FOR THE MONEY little or no pain Ligature or Knife la not necessary with this mode of treatment WULLEHiLl The Quisle FISTULA IN ANO Is cured FISSURES Cared without cutting or tearing Â¬ and direct route from ULCERATION TEXAS CATARRH LUEHU TO WffiB AND One hundred and fifty miles SHORTEST TO LITTLE ROCK And the only route Without Change of Cars If yon are going to emigrate to OI tbe bowel cured Dr Itea has now been visiting this cltyrsga arly for nearly bi uii jtaib uid ilie many cures unnn rhn wAnlthv anil Inniiinttfe citizens are sufficient evidence of his success jaI1 uutoHlltiticwl fnit thfit man 4t MAn t eases of tbe stomach llvr kidney bladder womb and nervoui system are either caused ot ugirravated by the coexistence ot PILES VISTU Â¬ LA F1SSUBE or RECTAL 0LCKB m BRFKRENCESi Sherman Dallas Fort Worth Austin Houstin This U the AND REST ROUTE Commend to public approval tho CHEAPEST Gratifying to All Jns West Eighth street Cincinnati and where at nay be found even day of each week KXCKPT David Moore Benson Kv M WltiTow Frankfort Ky DR KXCLETS oOce and residence Is Dr K K Gober Frankfort Ky Franklin Morris Graerensburg J T btaten Frankfort Ky V Herberlcu fcrankfort Kr Be L P- - Holett Benson Ky A H Medium Frankfort Ky Richard Ferguson Frankfort Kf W J Buihea Frankfort Ky at M and to the taste and by gently acting AID NEW ORLEANS on tho kidneys liver and bowels it system effectually for further Information address cleanses the thereby promoting the health and C F ATIWCORE GP TA comfort of all who use it XXNXDOKT 14 K9 chance ot cars to California liquid fruit remedy Syrup to the eye MONTGOMERY MOBILE MEMPHIS of Figs It is pleasing FBIDAT8 USD 8ATTJRDAT8 pamphlets describing these diseases and tht mode of treatment Mt free to any one by at dressing W 959 West Ughth St Cincinnati Q I KELLEY H D f 4t LO013YILH BT CONSULTATION rwauv fBU For THe Holidays I AM PREPARED TO FURNISH YOU WITH r Clothing Dry Goods Fancy Goods Notions and Millinery At such unparalleled bargains that it will astonish you when you oome in to buy Come and see what I can do Be sure to read my Locals in this paper ED HKRRIS Fffl TO Â¬ 200 and 214 St Clair street FilAiKFORT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT DECEMBER 271890 Runaway Hoosiers Mr Robert S Taggart and Miss Carrie Long a runaway couple from some point in Indiana were married at the County Clerks office at 10 oclock Monday night by Judge Ben The parents of the G Williams groom opposed the match hence the elopement -- Obscene Letter Deputy U S Marshal Con Mc Carty arrested Frank Steele at Ver- Â¬ sailles on Wednesday upon a charge of sending an obscene letter through the mails preferred by Mrs Mary T White of Woodford county He was brought before Commissioner Ford and held under a bond of five hundred dollars to appear on Monday for an examining trial The letter has been filed by Mrs White with her affidavit for the warrant and the case will create considerable stir when it comes to trial - I ii Eye put Out Mr Geo B Thomson was repair- Â¬ ing a pair of steps at his home on Second street Monday and his little was standing near boy Robbie looking on when the nail Mr Thom- Â¬ son was driving broke in two a part of it flying and striking little Robbie in one of his eyes destroying the sight The little fellow has been the acquaintance of the Middlesome Girl I will go with Mr Austin bird The Wonilerful Toiver hunting next time perhaps I will Tho highest structure in the world meet her then He has such good is Eiffel Tower at Paris 1000 feet luck bird hunting especially on the high But the great discovery of Dr hill Franklin Miles is certain to tower far above it in promoting human hap- Â¬ Let us see This wonderful Two women had 30 chickens each piness and health which they took to market They nerve medicino builds up worn out agreed to divide equally the proceeds systems cures fits spasms headache nervous prostration dizziness sleep of their sale monthly pains sexual One sold her chickens 2 for a dol- Â¬ lessness Mrs troubles etc John R lar getting for her 30 chickens Miller of Valparaiso Ind and J D 1500 The other sold her chickens 3 for a Taylor of Logansport Ind gained dollar getting for her 30 chickens 20 pounds a month while taking itÂ¬ Finely illustrated treatise on Ner 1000 25 realized for the 60 vous Diseases and sample bottle of This made the Restorative Nervine free at J W chickens And a great variety of articles The merchant called on to devide Gaylesdrug store who guarantees it 5 the money Baid You sold your 30 chickens 2 for a Christmas Excursion dollar and you sold yours 3 for a dol- Â¬ lar that makes 60 chickens at the The L rate of 5 for 200 Well 5 into 60 tickets at N will sell round trip goes 12 times twice 12 is 24 that points on one and one third fare to In order to induce our customers to buy flour packed in their lime also to stations 24 your makes chickens h ive on the N C S L railway on Dec brought and January 1st But as shown above the women 24th 25th 31st limited to January These tickets are And actually had 25 in pocket yet the merchants figures were right 5th 1891 E P Bryan Do figures lie Agent VVE ARE You are wrong The merchants figures were not correct because he CANT SLEEP NIGHTS makes one woman sell 3 every time Is Â¬ the complaint of the other sells 2 although they had ing from Asthmathousands sufferConsumption exactly the same number or in Coughs etc Did you ever try Dr The above articles with every paper sack of flour Ask your grocer for other words 36 chickens are sold at Ackners English Remedy It is the best preparation known for all Lung 33 cts while 24 are sold at 50 ots Troubles Sold on a positive guaran- Â¬ M but the example says 30 were sold at tee at 25c and 50c 9 each price Ed J W Gayle Druggist m In paper sacks Every sack warranted EVERYBODY Tinware Glassware Wir e Goods Woodenware Useful for Kitchen and Household Use PAPER SACKS AND GIVING AWAY E J VICTOR FLOUR Fat Mans Club Underwear We have a large and well assorted stock of ladies and misses union suits vests and pants at low prices 13 Sam D Johnson Co peculiarly unfortunate of late for one day last week he fell down stairs at the City School building and bruised his face very badly He was also a favorite music pupil of the late Prof Mauer and the Professor was just beginning to give him his usual lesson upon the violin when stricken with death m J For pain in the stomache colic and cholera morbus there is nothing bet- Â¬ ter than Ohamborlains Colic Cholera Landmark Norfolk and Diarrhoea Remedy For sale by At the Opera House W Gayle 13 This is the The Fat Mens Club title of a musical comedy given at the Academy of Music last night by J O Stewart and his company before a large audience First and foremost of course comes J O Stewart whose mammoth size does not pre- Â¬ vent his being the life of the play His comicalities kept the audience in a roar and his efforts at fun making were ably seconded by the company which is far above the usual farce aggregation especially in the way of specialties The singing of the fe- Â¬ male members of the company was especially good and was encored at every possible opportunity The entire efforts of the company are directed towards creating laughter and the success is beyond a doubt If you have the blues the Fat Mens Club will bring about a cure The Â¬ MILES FiRAXTKFOIRT i5iu - dU Holiday Goods We have a beautiful line of novel- Â¬ ties for Christmas presents Call and see them 13 Sam D Johnson Co We are showing a splendid lot of white and fancy blankets that we will sell cheap 13 Sam D Johnson Co BLB TjlTQj Mj ii SON COAL CO rmnti hit hfixUZU 3ijE Hill rTaaAnre itmt v m r Blankets Millinery Millinery Big reduction on all trimmed and untrimmed bonnets and hats 13 lm Wednesday Sam D Johnson Co December 31 Dress Goods The Midland Extension Judge Mann has called the Magis trates to convene Saturday for the purpose of voting on the question of granting an extension of the terms of the subscription of fche Kentucky TVHrHnnd nno vfiar from Januarv 1st The enabling act passed at the last session of the General Assembly makes it a condition of the extension that the company shall in no event sell out to the Kentucky Central or its assigns Justice to the Little Rock and North Middletown precincts damands that this road bo completed and it most certainly will not bo completed unless more time is granted This will be the last road to ask for a subscriptionÂ¬ in the next hundred years and wo believe that the people generally con- Â¬ cede the fact that further time should be granted Bourbon News Â¬ DAl-lirvS All our novelty dress goods IN THE Poor pretty littleblue eyed baby at cost to colored close OO-A-- X How he coughs Why dont this 13 Sam D Johnson Co mother give him a dose of Dr Bulls Principal Olllce and tClevator root Steele St Branch OHlce corner St Clair andWapplnStreots Telephone bos Cough Syrup UILEX UAKPOLD Manager uud 3U Cloaks Cloaks Upon a fair trial I find Salvation Oil the best cure for rheumatism I We offer our entire stock of ladies have ever known It gives relief misses and childrens cloaks at cost more quickly and always does its and less Plush jackets from 575 work Joshua Zimmerman and up Co Wetheredville Md 14 Sam D Johnson IS PREPARED TO FILL ALL ORDERS FOR- - nazEisT 12 GElDES -- -- OlIF S J THOMPSON Flowers aid FOR 1 rtvtagffiE Mrs M 1 Dudley nltu 1 atedonoinllo fioiu Frankfurt on tho Ver Â¬ FOR BED BUGS sailles pike coiitiiiiitiiu about 1K5 acres Is for sale on reasonably terniH or will bo rented for preparation Is superior to all others fo the year beglnnlnj March 1 Will For mirtlcu This FRANK UlllNN lars apply to tho following reasons A m 4 tt It kills tho bims Instantly Another child killed by the use of It ellectually dostrojs their ecsa therefore It is only necessary to uso It once or twice during the opiatos givon in tho form of Soothing 1 season Syrup Why mothers give their It possesses ndvantaes over Insect powders t ivTva Rrntnlftv and dnutrhtor of children such deadly poison is surpris- Â¬ Will somo ono kindly inform mo aB nstnuch as It can be used In places which they Louisville visited Mr L W Shackel- - ing when they can relievo the child to tho whoreabouts of Mrs Anna can not reachagreeable and It Is warranted not BLUE GRASS NURSERIES Is ford Mrs urumioys urowiur iubi of its peculiar troubles by using Dr Wisnor widow of tho late Hector S toIts odorcarpets linen or furniture Injure No fatal elfects can result from Its iwoius U Ackers Baby Soother Itcontalnsno Wisner late of Frankfort Kentucky week no by By answering this she may find some Â¬ contains everypoison which fact should give It a Rogers visited Mr Joo opium or morphino SoliDruggist Mr Henry place In household 9 TMMENSK STOCK OF FRUIT AND ORNAMEN W Gayle thing of great value both to horsolf Sold In large bottles at 25 cents each Hamilton at Benson station last 1 tal tree iruitevlneis Tittle son Foraaleby W1I AVEIULL at wholesale and trees and everthln for the Aspanurus small and lawn orchard na Saturday retail Addross SHILOHS CURE will immodiataly garden We have no nxeota but soil direct at un- CO low prices to the plarrto Wrrt Torcamioguo to School at this place has closed JOHN H STAOKHOUSB Miss Helena Wisner relieve Croup Whooping Cough and 4 11 ofVni fVin linliflaVH SOLE AGENT6 Jenksvillo Tioga Co Bronchitis H F HILLENMEYER 532 Arch Street Pclladelphla Now York 28 Lexington Kf ftept 27 3m For sale by J W Gayle would like very much to make of Mr M D Pnsser a mer chant of Gibraltor N 0 was so bad Â¬ ly afflicted with rheumatism for a year or more as to bo unable to work or go to school His father concluded to try Ohamborlains Pain Balm on the boy It soon cured him and he has sinco walked one and a half miles to school and back every school day 50 cont bottlos for sale by J W Gayle 13 lm A son Â¬ Comes all the component parts of S S S There is no chemical nor any thing which comes from the chemists S S S is shop contained in it thereforo a perfectly safe and harm Â¬ less remedy yet so powerful is it that it has never lulled to cure blood poi- Â¬ son It always cures scrofula if taken before some vital part is so se Â¬ riously impaired as to ronder a cure impossible It relieves mercurial rheumatism and cures all sorts of eruptions pimples blotches c by eliminating the poison from the blood S S S has cured thousands of cases of skin cancer and many cases of scirrhus cancer It is no experiment to take S S S Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta Ga From Natures Storehouse Liberal Holiday Rates sissippi Valley E D Railways will sell round trip tickets every day from December 20th 1890 to January 1st 1891 inclusivo to any station on eith- Â¬ er road at tho very liberal rate of two thirds of tho regular rate Tickets good to return until January 5th S F B Morse Â¬ ticket agents of tho Kentucky Central and Newport News and Mis Â¬ All BoseMs Got Flial Deigns Funerals 261 83 3IU 1elepihone Ooinection Farm for We dd snsES Ky General Passenger Agent West Jefferson Sfreef - - - Louisville CHILD KILLED A DUTY TO YOURSELF It is surprising that people will use a common ordinary pill when they can socuro a valuable English one for tho Bamo money Dr Ackers Eng lish pills aro a positive cure for sick hoadaoho and all liver troublos They aro small swoot easily takon and do not gripe 9 J W Gayle Druggist Â¬ SLEEP IN PEACE flal or sale PRATTS KILLER qMlK splendid farm of Bald Knob Information Wanted PiLLL 1890 J TIME TABLE Taking effect Suudny May 12th tho following time tabic will bo in upon this rurul TUAINH HOUTII 188tt olTcot No 2aionveBFrnnkfort No 17 lonvos Frankfort No 21 lcnves Frankfort No 1J lonvos Frankfort TUAINH KOTtTH III II W UJ ffll SI fif 2ia 010 820 n n m in fIFP TflVI UK III II 1U1LUU y1 W S BEWARE OF MISREPRESENTATIONS AND FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS OF DIS- HONEST PARTIES M I M p m p m No 18 lenvus Frankfort 1015 n in No 20 leaves Frankfort 457 p m No 22 leaves Frankfort li12 p m No 24 arrives Ftniikfort Dili p m No 215 makes connection nt Lnrnngo for Cincinnati and nt Anchorage for Bloom field Nob 211 and 21 tnako connection nt La Â¬ grange tor Cincinnati Xos 17 nnd 21 make connection for Shelbvville E P BRYAN Agent IB WNWHW lMW Wt Ktf S v -- V 1 H N Vs fo II ZJ mmmwM liULAND RAIIMT TUIIB HUN BJ CENTRAL STANDARD 12 I JRi lC Ms Kyffif TIME TIMK TABLE NOV TRAINS EAST I 1TO0 - - AM i No 8 3 to 3 18 3 20 8 39 I 1 X No 1 No 5 LvvFrankfort Elkhorn iSwItrer Stamping Ground Georgetown 6 45 5 63 C 07 0 22 G 60 Paris TRAINS WEST Lv Paris 7 41 no 4 05J ar8 19 so 05 5 1015 A 702 729 G50 630 mas discourse in the eveninc and appropriate music will be rendered The Sunday school will begin at at 9J The Christian Endeavor oclock Society meets at a quarter of seven p m in the class room Rev Green Clay Smith has ac Â¬ cepted a pastoral call extended him by a Baptist Church in Washington D 0 and will enter upon his labors the 1st of January lAMJAM INol0INo2 7 24 M IM No4 0 00 7 02 7 2 7 44 7 53 When When When When Baby was sick wo gave her Castorla sho was a Child sho cried for Castorla sho became Miss sho clung to Castorla sho had Children sho gavo thorn Castorla w TV -- E COLLINS DEALERS IN- BRO Shot and Shells And Agent for 1 - No 6 10 00 11 08 11 20 11 Georgetown Stamping Ground Swltzer r45 1B0W1 Wall Paper HARNESS 12 02pm Elkhorn 12 20 Ar Frankfort Connections at Georgetown with 15 T V V for Clcnlnnatl Louisville and the South I I 8 IP 59 9 26 9 41 9 50 10 08 R Laflin JL Hand OO- - 55 Darbys Prophylactic Use it in every sick room Will keep the atmosphere pure and wholesome removing all bad odors from any source Will destroy all Disease Germs infection from all Fevers and all contagious diseases The eminent physician J Mari- Â¬ I on Sims of New York says am convinced that Prof Darbys Prophylactic Fluid is a most valu Decorations 8 10 Ga Row on tlte Train A CEMENT GLASS OILS LEAD AND YTXXD PlIKXS PICKS SHOVELS CROW BARS DBILLS IRON AND STEEL A TOLL LDW OF 8JEWEB AND FLUK PIPE COB BROADWAY AND LEWIS 8T PBAKXKOM LOU FLA8TEB No 6 No lNo3 inil2 2ipm it 20pm Ar FrinkfortTvl 5 4RI3 or 7d2H 15am 10 lfam ArGeorgtownLv 7 27 4 15 4 01 819im 8 10am Lv Cincinnati Ar 10 1DG 20 No 6 Connections at Paris with A Ml p Ml Ky No2No4 10 OS 8 10 GOOLv 5 40 Ar 2 43 Ar 2 8l0Ar 3Lv Covington Frankfort Paris Paris 7 401 4 10 Ar 6 50 3 20 Ar 6 201 1 50 Lv 7 4P At 7 15 Ar Cincinnati Paris Carlisle Maysville lot of drunken men on train No 21 on the L N Wednesday after- Â¬ noon got into a row and smashed the glass of one of the doors of the Central Ry front car when Conductor Throck- Â¬ a m P M morton who was in charge prompt- Â¬ Nolfo3 ly Btopped the train and was about to Lv 5 45 3 05 Ar 7 41 5 05 put the party offbut they cooled down Lv 763 and promised to behave themselves able disinfectant J v 1035 21 Ar104i when he carried them on to their Iwl 7 55 5 37 Lv 8 43 0 25 destination Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria Arli 10 7 55 I la ra Ipm JOlTlHt 94 MILE V0j v 6 in Lv Winchester Richmond Tirls L 1210 615 Ar 135 7 90 Lv 11 27 C 37 Not Yet b VgL8tiGKtiM tCjgP mmv ivamwrra AWmFSJWXL i Mrjrr yjsszz Ml 1 1IFEHC Kentucky Central Railway BLUB GRASS ROUTE 1VU1 mfmm eriitMwfy BrvBIUeHaKl tffV l Shortestand Quickestruutefrom CENTRAL KKNTUOKY TO ALL FOINTS NORTH EAST WEST UNO SOUTHWEST tASl LEXINGTON LI NE BETWEEN AND CINCINNATI NOV 1CTH 1890 SCHEDULE IN EFELCT SHORTEST QUICKEST ROUTE TO Cincinnati and the East HOWARD ORBISON Agent GEO B HARPER Gen Superintendent V L CLARK CLAUDE BOWLES Utv Ticket Act GenFreleht Pass Aet Old fashioned double thicked tin We have received the following 35 TI1E SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ware at Buckleys No 4 Soulli liouud No j Mr Editor The report is current Ex Sun Daily Orleans in this neighborhood that one John Georgetown to How Unparalleled Bargains Isbell who was sent from this county to the penitentiary lor nor3e stealing Time 25 Hours All wool double width cloth Lve Cincinnati 810am 800pm was killed while trying to escape Lvevovington blBdtn bUSiiin men- Â¬ dress goods worth 50 cts for 25 Entlro Trains Baggage Car Day Coaches As the Roundabout has net 9 4bnn OJupiu Falmouth Sleepers run tlirouuh without change Cynthian1 UHim 6Jplll tioned it we would like it if it will cts at Ed Harris THE S110R TEST AND QUICKEST 11 lftam 10 2bpn Paris Arr give through its columns the de- Â¬ Lexington 12 10pm 11 UOpni Georgetown to Jacksonville Ala sired information U No 6 Ex Sun 2 20pm 2 2jpm bLOplu 4 65pm Isbell was not killed in attempting to escape from the Kentucky Peni- Â¬ We would We greatly obliged to the tentiary and is now within the ministers and officers ol churches in the walls of that institution very much city if they would furnish us villi any announcements which they may wish alive made Religious A Citizen of Warren Co Tlioiibands Poisonecl In a recent work on Heart Disease Rev George Darsie preaches at the Dr Franklin Miles the noted spe Graefensburg Christian Ohurck to- Â¬ cialisfc gives many new and startling morrow at 3 p m facts Thousands of people are slow Â¬ ly poisoning themselves weakening Rev Polk South will preach at An their hearts by the use of tea coffee TheBo are tioch on the first Sunday morning in tobacco and alcohol ileart Whips causing it to beat rap Â¬ January at 11 oclock idly thus gradually wearing it out producing shortness of breath when Rev H Q Henderson will preach exercising pains in the side and at the Cedar Chapel Methodist Church ehouldor hungry and faint spells Finally heart failure and sudden For Rent A two story house with Newport News Mississippi Valley Co E D Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock death For weakened and irritated 7 rooms Cor Murray and Campbell SHORT LINE TO hearts the press everywhere highly streets Apply to W J Hughes 327 Rev J McOlusky Blayney D D Washington Philadelphia recommend the New Heart Cure Murray street 11 tf will occupy his pulpit at the First discovered by Dr Franklin Miles Baltimore New York Presbyteriaa Church to morrow at 11 which is for sale at J W Gayles Porcelain lined preserving kettles drug store 5 4 qt 35 cts 6qt 45 cts 8 qt 55 cts Old Point and the Sea Shore a m and 730 p m 12 65 cts 14 AND ALL EASTERN CITIES Arnica Salve 10 qt 16 00 cts 100 qt Buckleys qt 35 70 cts qt at Rer W O Neville will occupy his Bucklens IN EFFECT NOVEMBER 1G 1890 The best salve in the world fci pulpit at the Southern Presbyterian Fast Fust Mall Accommo Plushes EAST BOUND Express Dull dation Church to morrow morning at 11 Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Dally ExSuny Dally Tetter Rheum Fever Sores oclock m and at 700 p ra In all colors only 50 cts at Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns 4 57 pm 10 15 am Lve Frankfort Ed Harris C 15 pm 11 40 am Lexington 5 35 pm The usul services at Ascension and all Skin Eruptions and posi- Â¬ 7 00 pm 12 45 pm 6 40 pm Winchester 11 tively cures Piles Church to morrow morning i 7 30 pm 125 pm 7 40 nm or no pay re- Â¬ A few more ot the number 7 cook Mt Sterling 9 03 pin 3 35 pm 10 00 pm Olive Hill 35 oclock and 730 p m will bo conduct- Â¬ quired 10 27 pm 5 35 pm f8 15 am It is guaranteed to give stoves at Buckleys Ashland 10 43 pm 5 50 pm Catlettsburg 835i ed by Rer B A Penick the rector perfect satisfaction or money re Huntington Arr 11 07 pill 6 25 pm 9 10 am Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria Price 25 cents per box funded There will bo no services at the WEST BOUND For sale by South Side drug store Baptist Church to morrow but next Electric Bitters 5 iy r H Carpenter Sunday Rev WO Taylor of BufTalo This remedy is becoming so Huntington Lve 1 10 pm 0 00 am 3 0Cpm New York the new pastor will be Children Cry for Pitchers Castorla well known and so popular as to Catlettsburg 1 29 pm 6 25 am 3 26 pm here and preach his first sermon 1 40 pm 6 50uin 3 4C pm Ashland m 68 pin need no special mention 4 20 um 8 47 um 2 All Olive Hill The Belgain lamp is the best you 4 27 pm 10 65 am 0 25um Rev Father Lambort Young tho can got one with guarantee at Buck- Â¬ who have used Electric Bitters Mt Sterling 6 07 pm 11 45 am 7 15 um Winchester Lexington 8 10uin Arr 6 35 pm 12 40 pm pastor will conduct the services at leys sing the same song of praise Frankfort Arr 6 46 pra 2 13 pm to- Â¬ A purer medicine does not exist the Church of the Good Shepherd LIMITED VESTIBULED EXPRK3S runs and has Vestlbuled Pullman Dont Forget morrow First mass at 8 a m Sec and it is guaranteed to do all that dallybetween Louisville Lexington Buffed Sleep ers Washington ond mass 1930 a m Vespers at 3 Point Comfort This train If yon are going west that the is claimed Electric Bitters will New York and Old celebrated Is made part of the p m Louisville St Louis Air Lino run cure all diseases of the Liver and the finest trains in the world between Kidneys will remove Pimples Rev Qeorgo Darsie occupies his Louisville and St Louis Trains Boils Salt Rheum and other affec- Â¬ Eist ot Huntington on the C O Route FAST MAIL TRAINS runs dally except Sunday pulpit at the Christian Church to- Â¬ leaving at 810 a m daily equipped tions caused by impure blood between Lexington nnd Huntington Make diwith Pullman perfected safty steam O rect connections at Huntington with C At morrow morning at 11 oelock and heated day coaches parlor and din Â¬ Will drive Malaria from the sys- Ashland with S V Ry At Winchester with K 730 p m as usual bound and at Lexing ing cars Trains leaving Louisville CRR L well as cure all ton with north Nand south C N O ic T P Rail L S und The Young Peoples Society of at 915 p m equipped with day tem and prevent as For cure of roads coaches and Pullman drawing room Malarial fevers Christian Endeavor moots in the LEXINGTON HILL ACCOMMO sleepers Headache Constipation and Indi- Â¬ DATION dally AND OLIVE Winchester to und Connects ut ohapel at 7 p m If you wish comfort safty and gestion try Electric Bitters En- Â¬ from K C Points Ky undut Lexington with L S R R for Louisville quick time bo sure and call for tick guaranteed or For full Information In regard to Rates Routes Rev H Q Henderson A M will ets via tho Air Line Any information tire satisfaction Ac apply to any Agent of this or connecting Price 50 cts occupy the pulpit at the Methodist regarding maps rates etc will bo money refunded lines or to Mobsk and 1 per bottle at South SM V EV Huntington Church Sunday morninp- rt il oclock promptly furnished by writing to s1 BPass Agoat Gen P and G M B L Bryant ano rnday evening drug store oclock Trav Pass Agt W S J W Barneyuuinniiuuiu Habrison i a OhrlBt- Ir j i ion will p H Carpenteb 10 tf 5 Louisville Ky G M Lexington Ky T A P Ashland Ky j 1 5c 1127am Lve Paris 5J7pm A Wonder Worker Time 26 Hours jl5plu Arr Winchester 1210pm Through Sleepers without change The Short 7 aUpiu 135pm Richmond Mr Frank Huffman a young man Hue between Cincinnati and Lancaster 510pm of Burlington Ohio states that he Stanford 6 45pm Lkxinoton Ky Jlnie 2Vj Hours had been under the treatment of two KNOXVILLE TfcNN 12 210pm TTTT TT7 Lve Richmond N C ASI1EVILLK 17 prominent physicians and used their 3 05pm ArrBerea ClIATIANOOHA TENN 11 treatment until he was not able to get Livingston 5 20mn 15 Atlanta it They pronounced his case around 1G UIUMINOUAM ALA No 13 Direct Connections at New Orleansimd Shreve Accora to be Consumption and incurable Vn SUUdOjr port for TexuH Mexico and California No 5 No 1 He was persuaded to try Dr Kings y North Bound ExSun ExSun Dal A 0MlvbSt fcxbun Lex New Discovery for Consumption viaLeave Frankfort via Kentucky Midland Rallwa Georgetown 545 n niarrlveCIuclnnatl 1025 4 Coughs and Colds and at that time a in Quicker than any other line Clu AH was not able to walk across the street Depottrains arrive at depart from Central Union Cincinnati Lve Livingston 8 00am without resting He found before he or Rates Maps c address V Berea 1025am Sg FRANK W WOOLLEY had used half of a dollar bottle that Arr Richmond 11 45am gStJ Traveling 1ass Agt he was much better he continued to S Lve Stanford 7 00am Lexington Ky use it and is to day enjoying good C C HARVEY D G EDWARDS Lancaster 7 50am gg G P T A Arr Richmond 1015am health VlcePres CINCINNATI O If you have any Throat Lung or Chest Trouble try it We Lve Richmond lMpm 610am TT 715am guarantee satisfaction Trial bottle Arr Winchester 154pm 7 48am 2 33pm Paris free at the South Side drug store OLD KENTUCKY ROUTE Lve Lexington 2 00pm 7 00am 845pm 2 20pm 5 P H Carpenter 2 45pm 7 53am 4 2Gpm 3 05pm Paris 0 Kjpiu 0 ttipm 58 tiese jj 4 Arr Cincinnati 5 50pm 10 5ftn MAYSVILLE BRANCH No 9 Daily North Bound Covington Lexington Paris Arr Millersburg Carlisl Arr Arr Falmouth Covington Cynthiana 315pm 8 231111 411pm 918am 5 40pm 10 44am 49pm 3 35pm 5 80pm 4S0pm 0 37pm GOGpm 6 45pm 6 15pm No Ex Sun Ex Sun 2 Daily it Lre Cincinnati Lve Lve Lve 7 00am 7 55 U m Â¬ Arr Johnson Arr Maysvill 8 49am 9 83 um 10 10 am 8 19 um 20pm 226pm 440pm 5 87 p m 601pm 625pm 7 86pm 7C5pm Dally m t Wi ja South Bound Lve Maysville Lve Johnson Lve Carlisle Lve Millersburg Arr Paris Arr Lexington Arr Covington Arr Cincinnati No to Ex Sun 6 20 Daily No i V 1 Ex Sun 7 16am 7 40 u m 8 36am 10 44 am 10 60 am 6 57am 227 pm 6 50 am 8 20pm am 150pm W Vlf 345pm 4 10pm 620pm 637pm 646pm sa 117 VI B nan No 1 Runs dally from Lexington to Clncln- - Â¬ s fl V Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ington Trains No 6 nnd Falmouth Accommo- Â¬ dation No 8 now depart from new 4th St Depot on 4th below John St NOTE Trains No 1 und Falmouth Accommo-Â¬ dation No 7 now urrlves ut now 4th St De Â¬ pot on 4th below John St Nos 2 und 6 muke connections ut Winchester for points on the NN M V Ry IMPORTANT Trains of this line now arrive at anauepariiromineuemrui union rassenger Station Cincinnati making connec- Â¬ tion tor all points North East und West Through Tickets sold und Baggage checked to any nolnt reached br u railroad For full particulars address or call on any agent of the compai r or S F B MORSE W L MUNSON Genl Passr Agt Trav Passr Agt O Cincinnati CINCINNATI O HEnUNTlNGTONVIce PresGen Manager NOTE Leaves Lexington 1000 a m Arrives runs iu4 u m except Sunday No Leaves Cincinnati 610 p ra Arrives Falmouth 705 p m Except Sunday NO 7 Leaves Falmouth 6 a ra ArrlvesCln- clnnatl 7 55 a ra Except Sunday TRAIN NOTES No 3 runs dally except Sun- Â¬ day between Lexington and Cincinnati No 13 runs Sunday only making all local stops No 4 runs dally between Cincinnati and Lex- Â¬ No 43 H j Yj it e r Chamber of Commerce Building Cincinnati O We now havo double dally train ser- Â¬ NOTE vice on Sundays both ways between ClnclnuaU Lexington and IfH GENERAL OFFICES Tf FALL JPA imTCE FOR- - SUITS YOUMANS lltUUDEiIie -- FTJEITISIIIlNrG GOODS FALL BLOCKS ZT IjlIESX1 STTX ilES X2ST- - STETSONS AND QTHE1 FINE HATS in this line Gentlemen who want a nice stylish garment at a moderate price will do well to inspect this line We will be glad to show you what we have d3r of fall and winter garments A large and fine assortment DESea M Farnulalc when turned in that direction After looking calmly at the witness tho great lawyer said Gentlemen of tl e jury there is a discrepancy in the is evidently timid and confised I do not wish to take advantage of tho timidity or confusion of one who is Something for tlic New Year The world renowned success of IIotetters 8tomach IJitters and their continued popu- Â¬ larity for over a third ot a century us a stom Â¬ achic Is scarcely more woinliTful than the wel Â¬ come that Btectii the annual appearance of Hostellers Almanac Mils valuable medical treatise is published by The ilostctter Com Â¬ pany 1lttsbursh la under tluirown immed Â¬ iate supervision employing co liand3 in Hint department lliey iw runiilnj about 11 months in tho vear on this work and the Issuo of same for 1 91 will be more than ten mil Â¬ lions printed In the English German French Welsh Norwegian Swedish Holland Bohe Â¬ mian and Spanish languages liefer to a copy of It for valuable and Interesting leading con Â¬ cerning health and numerous testimonials as to the efllcacy of Hostel ttr Momach Hitlers amusement varied infnrnvitlon astronomical calculations and clirnnolnclril lleim which can bo depended on for correctness mo Almanac ioriau can oe outainea free of cost from druggists and general country deal- Â¬ ers in all parts of tho country HUDSON HUMPHRES The schools of Miss Puttie at Pur rinRton and Mrs Jones at Fox Gap drew to a close with a union Xmns tree on the 24th The little ones of both schools were made happy by a Xmas tree in their name They opened the evening exercises with a song which was quite well rendered Little Ally Bashfords description of St Nick and His Visit was good f- Sanaa - 9 5 I msm Swiiiin 5ari1 J DO YOU WHAT what testimony but the young gentleman h- - evidently trying to tell tho truth Then calling the attention of the wit- Â¬ ness to the discrepancy he allowed him to explain and the jack legs and merri- Â¬ other habitues of the court room indeed creating a deal of You have Consumption ment Among the children Little stood in open mouthed wonder utter- Â¬ Miss Alma Tichenors rendering of ly dumfounded at the idea that in-a Wo do not say this to frighten Nobodys Child was quite pathetic great lawyer should have the you but it is true ihesearo the suro symptoms oi this terrible disease There indeed There were many songs stincts of a true gentleman Harry Shaw is enjoying Christmas is one thing which will check it and that is and recitations from each school including several dialogues which in his new house for which he reflected much credit on both returns his grateful thanks to Mr scholars and teachers Then Santa Hen6ley and the Royal Insurance It Is recommended by the best physicians In Enropo and America The handsomest vase lamps in the 25 cent 50 cents and 3100 per Bottle Glaus appeared on tho scene and dis- Â¬ Company for their promptness in city for 2 can be found at Buckleys the insurance upon his house tributed the various presents which W H HOOKER CO 46 West Broadway New York as they urned last April and says as the all enjoyed immensely TOBACCO were plentiful All left feeling quite winter days go by he feels that had it LOUISVILLE MARKET happy as each felt as he had won not been for this he would be with- Â¬ favor in his best girls estimation out a home He advises everyone to Wishing each and every one a merry insure their property H also wishes FURNISHED BY GLOVER DURRETT to return his thanks to Mr Joe Tyler Xmas including Roundabout X LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE and Messrs John and Ed foreman Qucensware and Fancy China Tea Sets 56 miles Nerve and Liver Shryock James Toppas Newbold Sales on our market for the week Goins the faithful carpenters who pieces 33 Dinner Sets from 850 up The larg- Â¬ Pills upon it and to Squire Jas A just closed amountto 1731 hhds with worked est stock in Central Kentucky to select presents An important discovery They act Lyon who built the good drawing receipts for the same period of 592 from on the liver stomach and bowels chimneys all of whom he commends hhds Sales on our market since Jan Â¬ through the nerves A new principle to the public He also says Messrs uary 1st amount to 143953 hhds They speedily cure billiousness bad Wakefield Choate keep constantly Stoves Tinware and Home Furnishing Goods The past week has not developed taste torpid liver piles and constipa- Â¬ on hand good fitting doors and win- Â¬ any change in the condition of our Cook Stoves Irom Heating Stoves 475 up tion Splendid for men women and dows and are square men to deal market for Burley tobacco The from 3 tip children Smallest mildest surest with Should either or both of them offerings of the week have embraced Samples free at become candidates for next Gover- Â¬ a considerable number of new hogs- Â¬ 60 doses for 25 cents Plumbing and Gas Fitting Tin Roofing and J W Gayles Frankfort Ky 45 ly nor of Kentucky he would feel bound heads the better grades of which Guttering Job work of all kinds in both branches to vote for them both have sold at prices ranging from 10 done promptly and guaranteed tn be first class to 1875 per hundred Old Burley It Jett BULLDOPUS in sound condition continues to m I have the largest stock in my different lines meet a very active market while the delayed letter to he found in Central Kentucky and at prices common grades remain dull Forks of Elkliorn that are beyond all competitors Give me a call Tho following quotations fairly Mrs J M S Darnell is visiting in represent our market for burley Cincinnati Last Thursday Christmas day was tobacco in regular The wife of Mr T W Hackney of ushered insnow stormold time styleall Trash dark or damaged a heavy prevailing Four Corners died on tho 6th inst of day 3 50 2 00 tobacco consumption 4 00n 8 00 Our school closed for the holidays Colory trash 5 00 Mr William Winstead contem- - last Tuesday The treat of confec- Â¬ Common lugs not colory 3 50 8 00 14 00 lates returning to his home in tions spread by the teachers for Colory lugs 9 00 7 00 uscumbia Alabama during the the enjoyment of their pupils was Common leaf 16 00 9 00 present week We all say come fully appreciated The trustees Medium to good leaf 16 00 25 00 again William Messrs J F Goddard and George Good to fine fillers Brock were present and added very Select or wrappery The Press announces the death of much 33 00 25 00 Â¬ leaf by the famous Tobacco Warehouse marks to the occasion bothtimely re commending teachers combine After a painful illness of a past proficiency and few weeks the monster quietly sub- Â¬ and pupils foreacn to encouraging renewed dili Â¬ Have sided gence Mr W 0 Bedford the other Will the Con Con do anything trustee was unavoidably absent A Christmas tree was erected in toward making the public roads the property of the people rather each of tho two churches in our town than of corporations and private this week for the benefit of Sunday individuals schools The young people enjoyed A gentleman related to us a few tho events with hearts full of love -1and thanks Also days since an incident in the history Providence Churchin like manner at of John 0 Breckenridge illustrating to- Â¬ Regular the difference between the courtesy morrow at services ata Buck Run p 11 oclock m and 630 --k Basement nf the Capital Hotel- shown to witnesses in court by great lawyers and the unmanly advantages m A series of meetings will begin at seized by jack legs It is worth the the Christian Church to morrow BSyThey will fill this space with an entirely new advertisement in a attention of the young lawyers of to- Â¬ evening at 630 oclock continuing Breckenridge inherited a probably through the week day short time splendid physique a giant inteleot and Laborers dauntless courage and the natural in Tho Farmersin a progressiveUnion con this oi a gentleman tno dition place is in instincts halls of Congress the field of battle Tho school children as usual re or in heated political contests ho membered thqir teachers in tho pre Â¬ forgot tho consideration duo a sentation of sundry useful articles Both the method and results when never ii V M7I pfVTswvvvyv gentleman nor tho curtesy duo from and Christmas gifts and we tako this Syrup of Fig3 is ialcen it is pleasant one but it is a little strange that one method of returning heartfelt thanks and refreshing to tlio taste and acts of such parts could not bo led by the for same May heavens richest bless Â¬ gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys ardor of contest lust of gain desire ing attend them in all their wander Â¬ Liver and Howels cleanses the sys for renown or tho jealousy of rival- Â¬ ry to do so in the trial of a case ing upLand down tho earth his fam Â¬ tem clleotimlly dispels colds head P Thompson with aches and fevers and cures habitual The great ad- Â¬ ilyMr beforo tho court loft last Tuesday was over true to his where they will residefor Frankfort constipation vocate Syrup of Figs is the client and his clients cause but only remedy of its kind ever pro above all discourtesy chicanery and ARE YOU MADE miserable by In duccd pleasing to tlio taste and no trickery Shrewd and searching in digestion Consumption Dizziness and Children Â¬ for his examination of a witness ho nev- Loss of Appetite Yollow Skin Shi ceptiihle to tho stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its forgot tho rights of that witness lohsVikiliaor is a positive euro er effects prepared only from the most On one occassion when engaged in a Caatorl enros Colic Constipation 28 Cut oria U bo well adapted to children that Sour Stomach Diarrhoea Eructation For sale by J W Gaylo very hotly contested suit a young I recommend Itas superior to any preecripUon healthy and agreeable substances its Kills Worms gived sleep and promotes di man was placed upon tho stand II A Anemic St D known to mo eestlon Chance to buy Encyclopedia ltritunicn many excellent qualities commend it Â¬ Without injurious medication whoso testimony was very damag at Ill So Oxford St Brooklyn N Y per volume Uiinrnnteed to bo to all and have mado it tho most 150 ing to tho Generals cause Under popular remedy known For several years t have- recommended tho flaming fire of his cross only exact reprint Tho uso of Castoria1 Is so universal and your Castoria and shall always continue to examination tho witness became 15 It K McCLURE Syrup of Figs is for salo in 50 Its merits so well known that It seems a work Invariably produced beneficial of BupereroRatlon to endorse it Few are the do so as it has confused and flatly contradicted and 81 bottles by all leading drug Â¬ Intelligent families who do not keep Castoria results Hero was HAOKMETACK a lasting and himself Unlucky Wight Edwin F Parobi M D within easy reach Any reliable druggist who Breckenridgos grand opportunity fragrant porfumo Prico 25 and 50 gists Cajiloi Hum DD The Winthrop 125th Street and 7th Ave City New York may not liavo it on hand will prw We have all hoard how oven the cents Hew York City Late Tatter DIoomlngdalo Beformed Church 28 euro it promptly for any ono who For sale by J W Gaylo ordinary lawyers can take advantage wishes to try it of such a slip What names ho can Do not accept any FOR DYSPEPSIA and Liver Com Â¬ substitute Tim Cehtauk Cowamy TT Mimm Etbjjct Nbw Yobs call how utterly dograded ho can make tho poor witness seem and fooli plaint you have a printed guarantoo CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Think then what destruction this onovery bottle of Shilohs Vitilizor SAN FRANCISCO CAL blessed with the It never fails to cure ffiant intellect LOUISVILLE KY NEW YORK NY 28 For sale by J W Gayle silver tongue of oratory would effect Â¬ yjpfe AILS IUUr You feel tired Do you know it means You are ner vous Why You cough in the morning Do you realize the cause Your appetite is poor What makes it bo You seem like a changed person to your friends Do you know what is the matter or has the chango been so gradual it has escaped your notice EMlUlf lUspTr DR ACKERS ENGLISH REMEDY frafr JOHN T BITCKLEY JOHN T BUCKLEY JACOBSWIGERTCO oust Removed From the Baltzel Building niusr sTisEJEa to 101 MD 102 UNN STR EEl Â¬ L Â¬ rBHbHMHHKMBMMHHHHHU Infants M mm i ttOUJ 4H w r r N DISSO LUTION SALE MENS SUITS J3r75 CRUT nuTPu OVERCOATS STARK DISSOLUTION SALE FURNISHING GOODS 3r7r-L-2- C For Mens Good Strong Sack Suits worth 600 For Mens Good Strong Suits all sizes worth 750 JTjOO For a Splendid Cassimere Suit worth about double the money For Fancy Plaid Suit elegant quality worth 1500 to 1850 Splendid Strong Long Cut Overcoats worth 6 50 For Blue Chinchilla Long Ulsters sold for 800 Buys a splendid Chinchilla Ulster sold readily before our fire for 1400 For 1000 15 co 2000 and 2500 you get our Custom Made Overcoats reduced from 1500 2000 2500 and 2200 Double Breasted Fancy Cashmere Vests the very latest For a Beautiful Pattern worth 7 50 For a Beautiful Pattern worth 800 500 1000 350 500 700 30c SOC Jersey and Scotch Seamless Cashmere Wool Gloves worth 75c Splendid Jeans Drawers worth 50c Splendid Canton Flannel Drawers worth 60c Unlaundried Shirts New York Mills Cotton 4 ply linen bosoms Camels Hair Shirt and Drawers any size fast flyers at 100 Elegant Marino Half hose any size and were good selling at 35c 100 cut to 50c Â¬ SOC worth 20C to 20c SOC cut 500 S00 EBESSING ROBES S3J250 SMOKING JACKETS For a Fine All Silk Smoking Jacket sold for 750 For Fine Tricot Navy Blue Farmers Satin Lined sold for 800 Dressing Robes in Navy Blue Cardinal 700 800 1000 1500 2000 and 1800 duced from 1000 1200 1500 550 re- Â¬ Seamless Sox cheap at 20c cut to Shaker Sox worth 25c cut to I24c Celluloid Collar any size sold for 20c cut to 10c cut to 4 ply Splendid Collar all the latest styles were cut to ioc ply Linen Collar every size sold for IOC- - 4 Suspenders sold for 30c 35c cut to 15c SOC Elegant Black White and Fancy Colored Suspenders sold readily for 75c 85c cut to 50c 40C- - Elegant Japanese Hemstitched and Colored Borders Silk Handkerchiefs were sold for double the money go at 40c were great sellers at 30c all go at 20c Beautiful Scarfs Q 1 3C 32 1 2C 10C 3 1 Qc 15C 8c i6c I2c 8c 20C lice Pmeits Rf Traveling Â¬ Jewelry Cuff But tons Scarf Pins Sleeve and Hosiery Support ers and a thousand and one things that gentlemen appreciate We have an endless variety and when you are selecting your presents do not for get them as all go at Dissolution Prices Â¬ Â¬ MR I F ST ARKS dissolving connection with our concern to engage in ventures elsewhere forces a settlement of our affairs and compels this Grand Dissolution Sale which is without a parallel in the history of this city This slaughter of High grade Clothing and Furnishing Goods right in the midst of the season has brought us daily thousands of buyers Those buyers brought others and the crowds are daily on the in crease Extra sales people have been put on all over the house Those who went away yesterday that could not be waited on will find it to their advantage to come early Monday morning when we shall again put on extra salesmen to better accommodate all 6000s Manicure Sets all styles and prices Cuff and Collar Boxes Bags Strap Trunks Shawl Straps Trunk Straps Wisp Brooms Black Â¬ ing Brushes and Black Â¬ ing Sets Every thing used in traveling Prices ali go at our Dissolution Â¬ SHOES 8c BOOTS TSC For 150Ladies Rubbers 20cL- Splendid Pair Boots sold every place for BOYS SUITS OVERCOATS 200 For a Boys WarmiSuit sold for 125 For a Boys Warm Suit sold for 150 For a Good Suit 4 to 12 years sold for 200 For a Boys Overcoat worth 150 For a Good Warm Suit worth 350 Our line of Boys Overcoats cut to 150 200 250 300 400 up to giooo are real good values at double the money For choice of 100 pairs Knee Pants For choice of 153 pair Knee Pants sold for 6bc to 65c 225 250 and 300 all splendid qualities and for less money than you ever saw them before Mens Congress or Ball Shoes any size splendid grades sold for 150 cut to 125 Our line of Ladies and Mens Shoes the largest ever shown in the city We show every thing in the Shoejand Boot line you can call for and all go at the Great Dissolution Cut Prices Misses School 50c of Heavy Boots Shoes200 for Our line Mens Arctics 125 750 lTSO 85c 55C 50C 250 Â¬ -- 25c STORE OPEN NIGIlTSj UNTIL 9 OCLOCK TURD AY 11 OCLOCK CRUTCHER JFam 3ttm-fxmmmM- ST A RES NO GOODS CHARGED NO GOODS SENT ON APPROVAL