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A vfwmm wtWpjj j kHE MMFORT GEO A ROUNDABOUT TERMS LEWIS Publisher A VVEIiltLY PAPER DEVOTED To LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS KY 100 In Advance Volume XIV CARRIERS lADDRESS FMNKFORT wore interesting and instructive the programme being carried out in full The good people of the district responded bountifully and the dinner set before the teachers and their friends was second to none they have heretofore partaken of The children had decorated their school house beautifully but imagine their feelings next morning when on entering the house they found that some wretch had broken into the house and destroyed all their hard Such conduct would disgrace a JANUARY Â¬ 3 1891 Number 17 T tlic Patrons of the Roundabout Among tlie Colored Citi zens K AS RW V K Hi Tr Y 4 f V I t A new firm has been started Clark Reading Mrs Julia L Williams Co fur dealers They havo not DevoteB his life their woes to And and T A Brommell yet been established in permanent SONG quarters but will be some time dur-Â¬ Then lends them aid as best he can Physiology Miss Lou B Cromwell ing the present month grind his fellow man When troubles assisted by one of our city physi- Â¬ Mrs Jeff Burns of Lexington who So lives that at his parting breath cians has been on a visit to her mother in No terrors mingle with his death SONG this city for the past two weeks has General discussion returned home True gentlemen are only those Thos Hunter Maggie Downey Who feel respect for others woes Mrs Ohas Johnson will soon re- Â¬ Committee move from Cincinnati to this city to Will always lend ahelping hand The place of meeting will be given reside TU1 those who reel more firmly stand hereafter Speaks to a brother in distress The Rev Mr Credit had one of the County Superintendent largest congregations at his church how he may both help and bless Seeks Sunday night that has been out for Cheap is the price of pleasure here Front Midway Ky many months He is certainly the Keep that in mind and never fear man the good people of the First InMrs Kena Camball from Midway dependent have been looking for This is a lasting truth indeed states that for the last ten years she Bliss comes with every noble deed has suffered intensely with sick head- Â¬ A party of our people paid CovingWho lives for others here below ache at times and has been entirely ton a visit last week Among those cured by Dr Hales Household Oint- Â¬ who went were Misses S Walker and True happiness will ever know ment It cures headache in a few J Turner and Messrs R B Turner He may be humble poor his lot minutes Mrs Camball says she W Gaines Ed Conly and G WashThe man will never be forgot would not be without it if it cost ten ington They report having had a Each man owns a wondrous treasure dollars per box Jas Bitter of Mid Â¬ grand time Preach this doctrine withoutmeasure way states that for three months he f Mr and Mrs Settles of Bagdad had suffered from a severe pain in his who had been visiting Mrs J Cook Above all other things we prize breast and was entirely relieved from home Wednesday Love to our fellow men is wise pain by Dr Hales Household Oint- Â¬ returned Mrs Eddie Edwards pf Louisville ment It is the great pain and skin Banks are with hisfunds oppressed cure 50 cents a box at South Side was in the city recently Thanks of those whom he has blest drug store Mr Armer Blackburn is the happi- Â¬ Bad his cottage bare and cold 6 P H Carpenter est man in town It was a girl and Clad in garments worn and old weighed eight pounds Ask him Big Eddy At the last his end will be about it That which all should like to see Mr L T Clark attended the Odd Snow and sleet has been all the co Fellows entertainment at Stamping Who has lived alone for self for the past week urouna jvionday and Tuesday You will see laid on the shelf Quito a dull Christmas on account When lifes journey has an end of snow and sleet Dr Household Oint Â¬ Then no one will be his friend The old river is on a boom The ment Gold may have its little day mountain boys will soon visit the Is the finest cure in the world It uaay Bold its transitory sway absolutely cures catarrh It cures Yet the owner will at last Preaching the first Sunday in Jan neuralgia and rheumatism Cures nary at Shiloh Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum Get rewards for his life past Cures Blind is he to every fate Preaching at the Walcutt School in the most soothing manner Eyelids Inflamed and Granulated House on the Glens creek pike the Cures Coughs and Colds Can be Finds the truth when tis too late second Sunday in January at 11 taken internally Sad the words of tongue and pen Cuts bruises a m and also at 630 oclock p m burns chilblains sores of long stand- Â¬ Bad to know it might have been All are invited ing corns and bunions are cured Years have come and years have fled Miss Etta Moberly has returned quickly different from all else supe- Â¬ homo from a visit at Jett She seems rior to all else it has no equal 25 and Tears of trouble oft been shed to like it very much She thinks she 50c boxes large size cheapest Sold Few have heeded those sad cries will go again soon at Phil Carpenters drug store South You and I have heard arise 52 Side Miss Nora LeOompte of Jett is Will we list the coming year visiting Mis Etta Moberly this week Still those wails are coming near and seems very much taken with the DR ACKERS ENGLISH Feed the hungry clothe the poor PHJLS beautiful Eddy Need vp ask for pleasure more Miss Eloise Trumbo is visiting Are active and pure For sick head- Â¬ friends and relatives this week at ache disordered stomach loss of ap- Â¬ petite bad complexion and billious Jett ness they have never been equaled Little Lucian Warford while out These are hunting this week happened to the either in America or abroad And highly effective 9 J W Gayle Druggist qualities possessed by the new medi misfortune to shoot his finger off cine Dr Hales Household Tea the Tho wound was dressed by Dr E E great Blood Purifier and Nerve Tonic Hume THAT HACKING COUGH can bo Ithas no equal as an alterative actÂ¬ We are expecting Mrs M F Wood so quickly cured by Shilohs Cure ing directly upon the liver and kid We guarantee it For sale by J W Gayle neys and upon the nerve centres re- home soon 27 m storing the entire system to a healthy God bo with you till we meet again action giving brightness to the eyes Rip and Rumpus Sitting Wives inducing sweet refreshing sleep and making it a pleasure to live in the Bull had three wives two enjoyment of perfect health This THE FIRST SYMPTOMS ofSitting survive him Tho name of whom is for sale at 50 finest of all remedies OF DEATH ono of them is cents per package at South Side drug The other seems to feeling dull headaoho pains Tired store in various parts of tho body sinking have distinguished herself by doing Carpenter 6 P H at the pit of tho stomach loss of ap Â¬ more than a wifes share toward keep Â¬ petite fevorishnoss pimples or sores ing the name of the Bull family upon aro all positive evidence of poisoned the Sioux census roll and is called Educational blood No matter how it became Owing to sickness we have been Soisoned it must bo purified to avoid Ackers English Blood unable to visit several of tho schools Bakers Famous Headache Specific of the oounty but hope to do better Elixir has never failed to remove cures where other medicines fail It scrofulous or syphilitic poisons Sold is tho best one trial will convince next time guarantee It does us good to Bee the great im- Â¬ under positive W Gayle Druggist you Sold by Wickliffe Chapman 9 J provement in tho schools in tho 2 314 Main street county this year there is larger attendance and more interest mani Lot tho fested than over before good work go on U S Govt Report Aug 7 x8i Tho Teachers Association is grow Â¬ Highest of all in Leavening Power in numbers and interest nt each ing Tho stay at mooting successive homo teachers will soon find them Â¬ selves loft out in tho cold and will Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Dreams of good men oft appear Gleams of Heaven drawing near Far away from golden sky Star beams frequent pass them by Shining with a holy light Lining clouds of darkest night Brings a hope and peace divine Clings like some sustaining vine Ever through lifes dreary way Never fading night or day He is a Christian true indeed Free free from avarice and greed Gives to thp friendless and the poor Lives not alone for his own store Bestows on all a friendly smile Grows in grace and love the while He notes the troubles of mankind labor The next meeting of the associa tion will be hold in Frankfort on Sat- Â¬ e found urday January the 17th 1891 We Prof W H Mayo has been in Ohio hope to have a large attendance of this week teachers and friends The City School will be re opened The following is the ivionaay next PHOGRAMME Opening exercises act heathen or an Indian but for one in a civilized community words fail us to express our contempt for the Anow Colored Publishing Company has been started in Lexington Why cant we have one in our city The new year finds us in the same old ruts We have made but little if any progress during tho past year Instead of now business firms spring ing up many have gone down in stead of accumulating wealth we increase poverty and our young men when they have secured an educa- Â¬ tion instead of setting to work to use it join ttio loanng crowd When future generations hunt for our pro- in the history of time it will not Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ R K McCLURE HO FOR THE HOLIBA YSf Come to us now for HOLIDAY GOODS WE HAVE TOY BOOKS IN GREAT VARIETY - in The nicest selections of BIBLES ever in the city WRITING DESKS AND DRAWING BOXES OF PAPER AND ENVELOPES AND CHRISTMAS CARDS AND BOOKLETS Wi Hales Some of the prettiest you ever saw Come and see our stock and you will buy R K McCLURE MASTIH BHOS Pure Peasant A SpiPf feL HEADQUARTERS FOR Buggy RoDes HorseCioininn Sporting Goad Hunting Suits Losided Shells Â¬ Guns Ordered at Wholesale Prices Examine our stock Â¬ Bulls Wehandle nothlngbut STANDARD GOODS and our prices wo guarantee beforo purchasing elsewhere BUY YOUR HARDWARE PROM Â¬ We can tell them now it was public sentiment Tho pooplo will employ only those who take an interest in their work Wo do not employ lawyers to give medicine nor doctors to expound tho law wo want live go a head teachers in our schools and will have them The mooting of tho association held in the Waloutt school house on the 20th was a decided success in Tho disoussions every particular VjXm then wonder what struck them Rdfol Powder mms ABSOLUTELY PURE lyan2 Baking GRAY CUSTOM GRINDING CHURCH 9 FOR SALE WE The Leading Hardware Merchants G UP A FIRST CLASS MILL WE HAVE FITTED Frankfort Brick Company HAVE FOR SALE4 AT A BARGAIN A thourils or tho nice building lot U5xS0 feet oti Logan ami will do custom grinding on Moudus ami mo a street betwoun Third and Campbell In South ilvo Fridays Satisfaction guaranteed BUCKLEY SCOTT STEPHENSON Frankfort VJOLXTT trial Oct ll 3m Nov 8 tf yCfFnf cousin Geo A Lewis returned to school at Nicholasvillo yesterday Mr Western Thomas left Saturday Mr and Mrs W H Pricier 1i ivo for Indiana after a visit to his moth- Â¬ gone to Russellvillc to reticle er in this city Mr A J Campbell of Lexington Miss Maggie Grifiln is lying danger-Â¬ was in the city on Wednesday ously ill at her homo ou Wilkerson Miss Una Marshall left Tuesday for street Nashville Tonn to visit relatives Hon Henry S Julian jr of Kan Â¬ Miss Garnett McKay of Bards sas City who has been visiting his town is the guest of Miss Joe Du father in this county left for homo vall Tuesday afternoon Miss Lolla Blair of Cincinnati is Mr John 0 Cromwell of Joliet visiting Miss Carrie Holt on Wash Illinois who has been visiting his ton street parents near tins city leic tor Home Mr Harry Johnson of the Capital Monday afternoon is visiting relatives at Eastwood in Misses Pattio Mooro and Ella Jefferson county Smith of Georgetown who have Mr Woodson Woods of St Louis been visiting Mrs 0 R Crutcher Mo who has bceifvisiting his moth- Â¬ returned home Tuesday er in this city left for home Monday Misses Julia and Mattie McClure wife and son have been visiting their grand par Mr J P Sargent and of Henry county Missouri are visit cuts Dr E H Black week wile in ing friends and relatives in this Stamping Ground this county Capt Jack Lewis wife and son of Little Miss Eflle Lewis of George- Â¬ Glasgow who nave ocen visiting nis town spent Tuesday and Wednesday father Judge Jos 11 Lewis in this in this city the guest of Miss Maggie city lelt Monday lor home LeCompte Mr Crittenden Todd and wife of Messrs Thos P Wiard and George Louisville who have been visiting Brawner of Pineville are vibiting his parents Japt n i tochi ana wife returned home Monday their parents in this city Mr Carroll Walcutt has been Mr Thomas L DeLimo came up from Louisville on Wednesday to assigned to duty as Gauger at the spend New Years day with his pa- Newmarket Distillery Mt Sterling rents and left Tuesday for that place Sister Marcella of the Convent of Mr James Vernon and wife of the Sacred Heart at Louisville spent Louisville who have been visitingÂ¬ yesterday with her sister Mrs J T Mr W H Jeffries and wife for several weeks returned home Monday Waters on North St Clair street Mr Lucian Waggener of German Miss Florence Barrett returned a suburb of Philadelphia yesterday from a visit to the Misses town Penn who has been spending the Bowden in Louisville holidays with his father in this city Mr Hugh A Daniel of Louisville left Thursday for home visitiner his parents in who has been Miss Mary Halloran a pupil o this city returned home Thursday Nazareth Academy is spending the night Christmas vacation in this city with Mrs Robt B Franklin and little her brother and sister Dr Frank daughter Miss Bessie of Beattyville and Miss Kate Holloran are visiting relatives in this city Miss Hermia Combs of Linne un Master Darsie Bard of Portland Missouri who has been visiting her Oregon is visiting his uncle Rev cousin Mrs Geo A Lewis for sever- Â¬ al weeks left Tuesday for a visit to Geo Darsie in this city Bellepoint is friends in Lawrenceburg Miss Nettie Cox2 of Mr Henry Weitzel who has been spending her Christmas holidays in Lexington with friends and relatives an employe of the Newmarket Distillery at Mt Sterling for the past Mrs M P Gray and Miss Drue six or eight months is visiting his visiting their sister Mrs parents in this city He will leave in Church are W P Levis in Dayton Ohio a few days for Jersey City New Jer Mr James Shackelford and daugh- sey to go into a large ilouring mill of ters Misses Viola and Lizzie Dallas whicliMr W R Watson formerly of of Winchester have been visiting this city has charge friends and relatives in this city this 1 I r Personal TIRE AT MIDWAY Â¬ Lexington Fails to Re iikaU WW spond to a Call IF m n mm K3 fflllf For Aid nllias PEACTICjfLL AIM an m FAX Gl m W Mk mr l BUT FRANKFORT GETS THERE JUST THE SAME Plumber GasssSteam Fitter Gas Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Closets Â¬ AND DEALEH IN- About half past four oclock on Wednesday afternoon a telegram was received by Fire Chief Ferguson from Mr R S Starks Chairman of STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO the Board of Trustees of the Town of r IPE AND FITTINGS BTO JOB AND CONTRACT WORK ALL WORK Midway stating that the town was GUARANTEED burning and calling for help As In roar of Salenders Grbcory FHANKFORT KDNTU1COY quickly as possible the steam engine a reel filled with hose and six men woro gotten ready loaded upon a flat car which was attached to tho O train and sent to east bound C When the train reached there the fire had been in progress tin hour or two and had done great damage bu the car containing the engine was speedily backed up to tho L N water tank tho hose reel unloaded water was thrown upon the flames in a very few minutes and the flro was soon under control The fire originated in Collins Hall and spread rapidly until five buildings in the main business block of tho town were destroyed Fol- Â¬ lowing are the losses by the fire Forman Parish grocers loss 1500 fully insured Collins Thompson J dry goods loss 10000 well insured 2500 of which is with the Liverpool L Globe Collins Head drugs loss 9000 insurance 5500 T O Collins owned the block which was the finest in the town He had 13000 insurance on it the relef of our stricken neighbors Kftf BREEDS VEfcTSfl f Â¬ Cleanliness and neatness about a house are necessary to insure comfort Man likes comfort and if he cant find it at home he will seek elsewhere for it Good housewives know that SAPOLIO makes a house clean and keeps it bright Happiness always dwells in a comfortable home Do you want cleanliness comfort and happiness Try SAPOLIO and you will be surprised at your success is muzzled in her houseVTryihand keep your house clenAll grocers keep it-- nouse wiPewho uses I ir is well sead- - he mouse BEWARE OF IMITATIONS WJ V Â¬ Â¬ i week if The Frankfort Euchre Club was en- Â¬ tertained in handsome style by Miss Eflle Hill at the residence of her afternoon father on west Main street Thursday Capt Phil Kidd of Woodford evening county spent Thursday in this city the gnest of his nephew Mr Phil Next Friday Carpenter Jtfrs H G Mattern and little That popular gentleman Dr W I daughters Irene and Coranol spent Kelly will make his next regular it qovfiml rlfivs in Louisville this week visit to this city on Friday the 9th visiting relatives All his patients should govern Mr R D Densen vife and child inst TrmiQvillf nnnnt Christmas holi- - themselves accordingly nf 1 THV K J lit TrJ ucuigc TTiff- Uliyb Witll an uuu ana rirnrr uuuman Saw logs Accumulating Coleman and little Ella Mrs dauehter of Louisville spent Wed- - A number of rafts of saw logs P nesday with Mrs J H Williamson have already arrived from the head- Â¬ near this city waters of the Kentucky and more OBrien who has been are on the way The mountain boys Mr J F visiting Mr Pat OBrien has returned are becoming numerous on our to his home in Springfield Ohio streets Miss Ruth Stanton visited friends in Lexington the first of the week Tlieir First Hop Mary Mason Scott spent last Miss The initial hop given by the Ger- Â¬ week in Louisville Miss Kate Green left Tuesday for man Benevolent Society of this city Louisville to visit Miss Ellen Harris at the Capital Hotel on Wednesday Mr Alex Schneider is very ill at evening was largely attended and hiB home on Washington street such a pronounced success as to the Society Mr Humphrey Evans of Indianap- greatly encourage on Lewis Should they conclude to giveanother olis is visiting his mother street in thenear tuturo they can feel as Miss Rebecca Johnson has gone to sured of a much larger attendance Knoxvillo Tenn to visit Miss Woodi ruff Altogether Wrong Miss Mamie Lindsey has returned from a visit to Miss Hunnewell of An account of the Midway fire on Cincinnati Wednesday was telegraphed to the Miss Bennett who is attending presumably from school at Nazareth Academy is visit Courier Journal father Judge Caswell Ben Midway in which the correspondent ing her Appeals for help were made nett says P Fall Taylor of Louisville to the chief of the flro departments Mr spent the past week with his mother of both Lexington and Frankfort in this city but were ignored by both cities Mrs Nina Robinson and daughters The party who sent the dispatch Misses Willena and Nina spent Mon- Â¬ must certainly have been drunk or day in Georgetown Frankfort not in the place at all Dr Howard Dohonoy who is at homo did respond as promptly as possible from medical college at Philadelphia was on a visit to his parents will return to but Lexington did not though it Philadelphia on Monday not the fault of the chief of her tire Mr Leo Dudley of Cumberland Gap department spent the past week with his mother Iiano Tuner Messrs V L Clark and W W Long moor jr attended the Charity Ball Mr Ohas Vaupol piano tuner and at Paris Friday night last repairer will bo in the city January ATioa Adnh Poindexter of Sidon 5th First class work guaranteed Please leave orders at Avorills Mississippi who has been spending iiuuuuyB wim hui- drug store the unristmas Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mr P H Mahoney of Georgetown is visiting the family of Mrs Pat Unwnev Miss Lizzie McConnell of Lexing- Â¬ ton is visiting the Misses Tanner on South Logan street Rev H G Henderson wife and child spent a few days the first of the week at Lagrange Ky with Dr J A Henderson Mr James Carpenter of Kansas City who has been visiting his brother Mr Phil II Carpenter in this city left for home Thursday One More Cliatsce We have been too busy to revise You feel tired Do you knxm You are ner what it means vous Why You cough in tho morning Do you realize tho cause Your appetite is poor What makes it so You seem like a changed person to your friends Do you Co hardware J D Hopkins know what is tho matter or has stoves etc were damaged 4500 by tho chango been so gradual it has water no insurance escaped your notice Co drugs damage Starks 2500 fully insured 4 - 5f t S U tffe H I fjt You have Consumption The total loss is estimated by well Wo do not say this to frighten ff posted men to be fully 50000 mere you but it is true These are the suro symptoms of this terrible disease Mess Godson and Williams of is one thing which will check it and that is tho Midway Clipper whose office is in close proximity to the burned It is recommended by the best physicians In Europo and America buildings were damaged to the DO WHAT YOU JIAILS R- KNOW lUUa DR ACKERS ENGLISH REMEDY 25 cent SO subscription list this week quents tunc one more chance All who remain in arrears next Friday will be dropped our and delin Â¬ Handsomely Entertained amount of 250 When the fire first broke out a telegram was sent to the Chief of the Lexington Fire Department asking that an engine be sent to their assist- Â¬ ance but the Lord Mayor of the was out of Blue Grass Capital humor and refused to let any portion of the department go until it was too late to be of service when a dispatch was received from Midway saying they were not needed Lexington should be proud of so heartless a Frankfort ever Chief Magistrate to the cry of distress ready to listen answered promptly We are com- Â¬ ing got there as quickly as possible and did good service cent and SI 00 per Bottlo W-- CO H HOOKER For Sale by T- - 46 West Broadway New York W- - C2r12X jIS- ja FaaAWisvoBT eSPi mbSP-ejJgR -- jSx-35V-aT9- iWMfi - a t -- m coal T i go zx a iim h wi tziMmt JMiaHiwEfmmm ivm assmtsimamii r - JSbtj t jm ji2Z - 7BKc ir m zla rr- ttr x New Years Party Miss Bettie Keenon daughter of Mr U Keenon gave one of the - largest and most delightful parties ever given in this city Wednesday night there being about forty couples present Dancing was theorder un- Â¬ til 10 oclock when a most sumptuous repast was served After the new year had arrived the party broke up Miss Keenon makes a charming hostess HBEISri Prltiuliul Oillce uiiil iCIevitor toot GRADES ateulu Sr -- DEAl-h L i I ivi i ill cr i i j J- -- - OF1 KilI SJ Urancii OIllw corner St Clulr find COAL Jllliiu vvupliStreets IUUIUUKi L P BANTERS JrOS XjE3 MAG EC SHELBY CO llAVi FOK WKthe MurkHburySALK Kurin AT A FARM LOW FIfiURK Married 1IOUSE HAUN At the residence of Mr Jiltchell m this city Wednesday December 26 Mr Burton liouse lalX by Rev John Uurdln und Mlbs liettlo Uuun REMOVER containing ViXt acres lylniion the road from Iiigilml toClirlhtlansburg one unit a Uiiiter miles troni niKdad Over 100 acres In blue crass and clover plenty of water Kood orclnmi line locust crove and good liouse ot eUht rooms uiioa the place and well of aplen- mu water at tneiiour For terms aniily to SCOTT VIOLETT Xov-l-Sn- i rniutfurt Ky fAT5lE8nis i Plymouth Co U May from tempoinry oleepleosnoBs from viirv one for two yours for which I used Pastor iloenlas Ncrvo Tonic audcan rooointnend same wj tlio tient zacdioliw for uhnllar troubles 1 ccc7niroi sded as tho Bestt 1889 Map j i forpct g BOHHBQRBT Tlio Maciic I1imoviu fills a long felt want with owners of llorhes or Mules with Wails Knots Uruiscs Cuts Strains fijiniina Old Sore Barb Wire Cuts etc It makes no diUerence how lony tho knot lias been there or how luinl it is if it is not of tho bono we will take it oil on tho NO HO PAY CURE plan In removing tho knot tho hair comes ofT and the place becomes very boie when you stop using it tho hair conies buck its original color and not a traco of tho knot is left For plan of insurance etc call at tho undersigned druggists and bring your animal with you tStlranciaWiaOct 21 1S63 A member of my corwregatlon usod Pastor Hooniitu crvo Touio villi good results Tho patient vu m uorvoun thnt lio could not find nlocp for veokn lio buffered from the most in Â¬ tense onriety which lionlorcd on incanity I Rave tho portion wjtno of KocniR bNpito Ionic and ho continued to ubo it Tho nppetitp roturnod crndanlly tho anxiety disappeared the headophe left and to day tho milToror who had almost des Â¬ paired is onjoyina excellent health Ijorn Elekamp Pastor dl- Our FnniPlilot for sufforors of norvous BoaaoBwill Uo Bent free to ony oddroas and XsMtM Ijbu -- ifKiGi A MM mmim0mziaxiM YOU WANT iLIF GOOD BREAD AND A IIAIUY COOK USE 8fer LEXirvrGTONK UtiTilTITllMi from ub Irco of cbarenlias boon prepared by tho Thia romody poor patients can also obtain this medicine tl0nbyKOENIO MEDICINE CO BO ti II I CHt LEXINGTON FLOUR ROLLER MILLS KY For Sale by MADE BY - am n bv riBlirtrilRTS O Bottles lor f 5 Prlco 91 per Bottlo J W GAYLE Druggist Frankfort Ky Witt kUUwa eer Clhton Dt CHICAGO P H CARPENTER COMPANY SOUTH SIDE DRUGGISTS LEXINGTON 5i rcgairjafwiujiaiTvrjiivjaigiuitjJtuvvttefcXjjjjajJuixui Below we offer our entire stock of Groceries to the public at 25PEI 5i irsrsan fT3rl wra Y VrvV 310 - yvt9 - ibSkssa9ia rfFt5I3wa VT iuHkiRjjHiu asro N 0 Sugar 20 lbs for 15 lbs for - - - 1 00 1 00 1 - Granulated Sugar Powdered Sugar 13 lbs for Cut Loaf 13 lbs for Canned Tomatoes Sugar Corn Rice 3 lb cans per dozen 00 - 1 00 A CARD 95 cents - per ozn 95 oents t Gi cents per pound Lard 7 cents per pound t v French Canned Peas 15 and 20 cents per can Mush Rooms 15 cents per can Laundry Soap S and 9 bars for 25 cents In fact every thing in the Grocery Department will be sold at cost for O i R CRUTCHER CASH CO and only Having determined to add several new features to our Implement Harness and Buggy Departments and to carry a much larger and varied stock than heretofore which when run te its We have there- Â¬ full capacity will require all of our attention fore concluded to retire from the grocery business and we are We desire to offering our stock of groceries to the public say that everything offered will be sold at cost and nothing will be reserved Before retiring from the grocery business we desire to ox tend our thanks to the public for their patronage in the past and trust we may have a continuance of same in our other departmen s in the future Â¬ I O HPTTP TCTTT1TTPI IflS lUDLIU Very respectfully 3E3- - Or ULtclxer Sz Co Defoe Happy new year to all Erasmus Black died very unex- Â¬ pectedly at his homo last Monday morning Ho had been in ill health for three years After going to bed last Saturday he was taken with a spasm and was speechless until death Mr Black leaves a large family to mourn his loss They have the sym- Â¬ pathy of the neighbors The Farmers Alliance are on a boom in our town a membership of Our county union seventy one meets 2d Tuesday in January at JBerea Church Henry county W H Moore of Defoe Ky visited his brother Owen Moore at Zilpah during Christmas holidays Miss Ednie Moore of Jacksonville is viBiting her uncle W H Moore this place The Xmas tree on Monday night at this place was quite a success Miss Sallie F Claxon of Monte- Â¬ rey Ky was the guest of Mrs Dr CROUP WHOOPING COUGH and Jessee Monday night Bronchitis immediately relieved by Mr Geo E Claxton of Waco Shilohs Cure For sale by J W 27 Texas is visiting his father Spencer Gayle Olaxton of this place The handsomest vase lamps in the J W Gayle druggist desires to in- Â¬ city lor j can be lound at Buckleys form the public that ho is agent for I 0 I the most successful preparation that has yet been produced for coughs Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria colds and croup It will loosen and m relieve a severe cold in less time thanÂ¬ A full line of Rogers Bro plated any other treatment The article referred to is Ghamberlains Cough ware ana carving sets at uuckleys Remedy It is a medicine that has won fame and popularity on its When in search of Christmas presmerits and one that can always be ents do not fail to visit Buckleys depended upon It is the only known remedy that will prevent croup It SLEEPLESS NIGHTS made miser must be tried to bo appreciated bottles able by that terrible cough Shilohs It is put up in 50 cent and 1 17 Cure is the Remedy for you For sale lm 27 by J w Uuylo moved from this vicinity this week Miles Nerve Liver Mr Gordon was a good citizen and Pills will be greatly missed by the many An important discovery They act friends he leaves here on the liver stomach and bowels Report of the Fairview Public through the nerves A new principle School Emma Herndon 08 Geo They speedily cure billiousness badÂ¬ Thompson 85 Clara Herndon 97 taste torpid liver piles and constipaSusie Hieatt 81 Blanton Powers 75 tion Splendid for men women and Minnio Herndon 92 Horace Hern- Â¬ children Smallest mildest surest don 85 Annie Riner 80 Sam Riner 50 doses for 25 cents Samples free at 45 ly 89 Sue Powers 87 Newel Thompson J W Gayles Frankfort Ky 91 Joe Hieatt 88 James Shoush 88 Carrie Hedges 98 Edna Hodges 89 Miss Natalie Sawyier will take a Chester Herndon 88 Oscar Shoush limited number of pupils for in- Â¬ 80 John Hiatt 87 Florence Riddle struction in drawing and water color 84 G D Hancock painting The class will meet on Teacher Saturdays only commencing Jan 17th 3t Travellers may learn a lesson from Mr O D Cone a prominent on tin attorney of Parker Dakota who says onTariff will go upbe lowerbut prices tin roofing will than ever I never leave home without taking a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Chol- Â¬ for the next thirty days at Buckleys 35 era and Diarrha Remedy with me and on many occasions have ran with it to the relief of some sufferer and have never known it to fail For sale 17 lm by J W Gayle PILES SALT RHEUM FOR MEDICINAL THE GREAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY FOR ri ECZEMA WOUNDS BURNS c PILES SORES CROUP BRONCHITIS Send three two cent stamps for free sample box and book price 50 cents PHIL THROIDSOHP iVBOIVUXISDLVY JPUJ2JE9 BATH TOILET AND NURSERY PURPOSES HIS aiidROOMS Everybody Crowded Satisfied and Many Praisinc Him TAR OID CO For sale by Dec 13 CHICAGO ILL ly O AKIFIEIfcTXEK THE ROUNDABOUT 1K mf THE PEOPLES PAPER -KT - Fairview Oh what a tangled web we weave When llrst wo practice to deceive W Scott COMMISSIONERS SALE l r s I l f f fjf I Iff f 1 5s J ls JS wss The prayer meeting was held again last night at tho school house and the young people offered thanks to tho great God for His guidance FRANKLIN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS through the past year and sang praises to His name SARAH 1ARVIS AC vs In Equity Tho school at this place closed Tues- Â¬ JUlliN milUtll HLlLi CCU again day the 23d and commenced virtue of tho Judgment rendered In Monday tho 20th The pupils came Briibovo cause at the November Term 1HU0 tho I back after enjoying tho holidays and will sell at public sale to the highest and best bidder on went to work with more vim than ever before Tho Christmas tree ono of tho most enjoyablo of the holiday season At the Court house door In the city of Frankwas erected in tho school house fort Kentucky between the hours of 10 oclock in on a credit of six Christmas eve by tho tree com- Â¬ a m inil a oclock p months In equal Installtwelve and eighteen mittee Christmas afternoon tho ments the following property to wlt committee on reception of presents A tract of land In Franklin county Ky con came laden with presents for pupils tulnlng and friends In a few hours tho treo O In con- Â¬ was beautifully arranged nection with tho treo was a short en Moro or less and described as follows viz Be u black ash tertainment which made tho even- Â¬ lilnnlii utou cedar and lino and corner to Rob Hrlscoes ing more enjoyablo Tho little folks ert lajledegrees olst 70 poles to with the samo north 3 Hrlscoes origi did well and their teacher and pa- Â¬ nal corner n black ash sugar tree atid buckeye rents nro proud of thoir efforts After thence with the orluliml Hue north 53 west 121 to an the entertainment Santa Glaus carao poles road oak tree on said original line on tho leading rldgo of in and distributed the presents which Creek to Halls old from the mouth tho Hens place and with same north 20 east 21 poles to two white oaks north numbered about live hundred 30 minutes east 10 poles to a large 43 degrees Our school was visited last Monday white oak north 75 degrees 30 minutes east 14 poles east 17 Â¬ by Messrs M M Parront of Frank- south north G3 degrees 30 minutes east 17lj poles poles north 44 87 east fort and Rodman Russell of Bridge- Â¬ north 13 east 1G poles north 48tteast 13 Poles poles to three black ash on Andrew Ileums line and port with tho same south UU east 110 poles to a plant Mr Robt A Hancock visited his ed stouo corner to said Ileum on Reasleys original lino thence north 4G east with said brother Georgo during Christmas Heasleys lino 1214 poles to a lynn and Iron wood branch and Miss Bottio Riddle visited friends In Ileums spring south 87 east 20down the samu poles south G7 with Its meanders in this section during Christmas degrees 10 minutes east I i poles south 63 east 10 poles south 33 degrees 30 minutes east 12 poles Newol Thompson was tho guest of south 1G poles south 23 east 14 poles south 1 de gree 30 minutes east 8 poles south 33 east 10 Annie Rinor Wednesday night poles south 34 degrees 30 minutes east 13 poles to of Halls spring Little Minnio Smith who has boon ihu mouth honey locust booth branch In all 1G poles to HwestlGU poles sick for some time is improviug sugar treo and wlilto oak at tho mouth or a toa branch 011 R ferrys heirs line of three COucru Lost A black shepherd dog with a surveys and with a line of the same west 31 slit in tho loft ear Any ono finding passlim two cedar trees marked as it comer In all 48 poles such a dog will ploaso return him to same course continued 20 poles to a ton cedar small Mr John II Hamilton and receive thence north l7Vj west the side of the cllll sugar tree and white oak 011 and Bob reward Tlio dogs namo is with tliocllir south 05 west 31 poles crossing Lick lJruncli ton white oak thunco south 73 William Dorton of Flat Crook is west 10G poles to tho beginning rurchiibor to glvo bond with good and sufll L Dorton visiting his father Mr F cleat surety hearing Interest from date to have this week tho force and ellect of a replevin bond A lien be reserved 011 tho property sold until all Robert Rinor mado a visit to Flat will purchase money Is paid tho Â¬ 3h r W R REA H D SURGEON AND SPECIALIST And In charge of the Electrical and Surgical Department of the Colfee Medical Institute Louisville Kvat the Everybody takes it Everybody reads Subscription Only it CAPITAL HOTEL FRANKFORT 17 Â¬ SATURDAY JAN I Day 2 2 AOEES Â¬ Returning every mouth during the year Dr Ilea has been connected with the largest hospitals In tho country and has no superior hi diagnosing and treating diseases and deformi Â¬ ties He will give 50 for any case that he can not tell the 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¬ Chronic Catarrh eases Acute Diseases of the Eye Ear Nose Throat and Lungs Dyspepsia Brlghts Disease Dia- Â¬ 1 Per Year t Â¬ betes Kidneys Liver Hladder Chronic Female and Sex Â¬ ual Diseases Epilepsy or lEits j Positive ana Cvireca Aged Men Young Miadle G Â¬ Suffering from Spermatorrhea and Impotency as tue result or sen auusein youtu or excess in maturer years and other causes producing some of tho following eilects us emissions blotches dizziness debility nervousness confusion of Ideas aversion to society defective memory and sexual exhaustion which unlit tho victim for business or marrl ie are permanently cured by remedies not Injurious ur Job EPARTBIENT BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES Sypnlllsand complications as sore throat fall lug or hair pain In ttta bones eruptions etc are perfectly eradicated without usliig imereury or other Injurious drugs Gonorrhoea ileet Stricture and all Urinary and Kidney Troubles are speedily curedioy treat ment inai uas never laueu He undertakes no inmrable cases but cures thousands given up to die as Ihls ltomember the date and rooms are always crowded wherever he stops dress CONSULTATION FHEK Correspondence solicited and conlldontlal Ad Â¬ IS COMPLETE GEO A LEWIS 215 217 and 219 St Glair Â¬ 11 Date Remember the early coma Medical Proprietor Up Coffee NO Creek ChristmaB Mr Goorgo Gordon and Institute KY WM CROMWELL Street Stairs Frankfort Ky familj Deo 20 3t Master Commissioner 52ofifthstreet LOUISVILLE i FKAJNKFORT KUl NDAMOT Entered at the post ofllce at Fraukfort Kentucky as second class mailable matter flEO A LEWIS Editor and Publisher while in Lexington the tolophono and fire alarm systems were rondered almost useless There has been no time within the last two weeks that an alarm of fire could not have been sont in from almost any box in the Council Proceedin ADJOURNED MEETING b 1ST O IPX O IE LAND IN Â¬ Try Bass city FRANKFORT JANUARY 3 1891 Out of tlie Race Mr W S Dehoney has withdrawn from tho race for School Trustee in the Second Ward his business en Â¬ gagements being such that ho could not give the office proper attention if Present President Smith Coun cilmen Buckley Haly Milam Man gan Tobin Wakofield and Williams Absent Councilman Miles The minutes of tho last meeting wero read and approved Petition him be remitted committee Tuesday Dec 30 1890 1 Iranklln county forsalo lying near the mouth of Hat Creek on tlio South side of tlio Kentucky river known ns part ot tho James llarrod farm Apply to Dec G T HAVE 88 ACRES OF DESIRABLE fy Poultry Remedy 2in W H LEWIS at Hnrvleland Stockholders Meeting TMIE ANNUAL MEETINO OV THE STOCK I holders of THE FRANKFORT WATER COMPANY of Frankfort Ky for tho election of live directors and tho transaction of other cor Â¬ porate business will bo held at Its olllco In tho City of Frankfort on WEDNESDAY DECEM Â¬ BER HIST lt90 at 11 oclock a m -- OFFICERS ELECTED Masonic Lodges that a fine in tho city court against of David Kirk asking Referred to police Petition of James Smith asking that a fine against him in tne police AHMcCLUUE court bo remitted Referred to 15 2t elected Secretary police committee wo stilted We wero in error when Petition of Prof Turner asking that in our last isBUGthnt there would bo Hon Tom Variion Dead tho well in front of his house be Stockholders no election of officers held on Satur- Â¬ Varnon county closed up Granted day night last December 27th by Hon Thomas W Councilman Milam moved that the WILL HE A MEETING OF THE STOCK Â¬ holders of the Deposit Hank of the Masonic Lodges of thi3 city ow- Â¬ judge of Lincoln county died sud finance committee bo instructed to its banking house In Frankfort Ky Frankfort at ing to the fact that they will soon bo denly at his homo in Stanford last settlo all outstanding debts of the January 5th 1891 from 10 a m untilon pMonday 2 in for city as tho election consolidated The by laws required week of heart disease Many of our do so far as was in their power to ensuing year of eight directors to servo for the H II WATSON that an election should bo held on that older citizens remember him as thoÂ¬ The finance committee roported Dec 27 2t Cashier day so the following officers were se- Â¬ genial clever gentleman who repre- favorably on tho street railway bond Lincoln district in the and it was accepted lected to serve until next Wednes- Â¬ sented the The committee on bridge roported for sent or day evening January 7th at which Senate back in tho 60s tho petition of the Water Company time Grand Master Ohas H Fisk of asking to be allowed the right to Extension Granted place an additional water pipe on Covington will be heroand preside Dudley the bridge without expression of THE splendid farm of Mrs M J on tho situ at the meeting and Hiram Lodge No Verone mile from Frankfort Tho County Court of Bourbon opinion as to whether it shall pass sailles pike contulnliiB about 2f5 acres Is for 4 and Esoteric No 532 will unite county on Saturday extended tho The vote was afterward taken on sale on reasonable terms ox will be rented for under the name of Frankfort Lodge time in which the Kentucky Mid- Â¬ the above petition and resulted yeas the jear beginning March 1 MM For particu Â¬ lars apply to FRANK CHINN nays o No 4 i land Railway Co is to complete tho 3 The committee on gas reported in HIRAM LODGE NO 4 road from Paris to the Bath county favor of the additional gas posts on i Gus Schaefer Master line one year from January 1 1891 the South Side Adopted The Henry 0 Murray Senior Warden All the magistrates wero present and ments bids for building new pave- Â¬ and repairing ola ones were 10 for to 6 against the NEW COV the vote stood J B Utterback Junior Warden opened and they were referred to T COVER UMBRELLAS to S L PATENT hours 1 ers from 60 cents In one s extension W T Reading Treasurer the street committee to report at the time I sell umbrellas from 23 cents up and take repairing In next meeting of the council John W Payne Secretary GROSSMAN FIngrer Snot Off After the usual accounts were Umbrella factory at the ondofHSouth Frankfort Geo A Lewis Senior Deacon allowed tho council adjourned unti Bridge Dec 20 3t Sajnuel H Baker Junior Deacon son of Mr next Friday evening at 730 oclockl Warford Young A B Waggoner Steward and Ty-Â¬ Joel Warford who lives on the ler WoodBon place near Big Eddy was Great Expectations T WOULD RESPECTFULLY ESOTERIC LODGE NO 532 INFORM MY out hunting on Monday when his gun 1 friends and patrons that I will on the first George Lewis of the ot January remove my boarding house from the B Hendrick Master Brother J was accidentally discharged tearing house I wears a diamond pin Mansion now occupy to tho West End of tho old Chas M Bridgeford Senior War Â¬ off one of his fingers Tho wound Roundaboutnow House 282 west Main street where I on Sundays the worthily oe- - have greater facilities for accommodating the den was dressed by Dr Samuel E James stowed gift of the appreciative em- - public at resonable rates A share of your Russell Sneed Junior Warden Last patronage Is solicited JAMES W HARR0D and the young man is getting along ployes on Christmas day year he got a gold headed cane the Dec 27 lm W Pruett Treasurer J as well as possible year before a gold mounted umbrel- Â¬ m B T Farmer Secretary la and next year he expects to re- Â¬ FARM FOR SALE U Keenon Senior Deacon Steele Discharged ceive a carriage and a pair of horses Wm Cromwell Junior Deacon get them And heres hoping he may Woodford county Frank T OFFER FOR SALE AT A GREAT BARGAIN J E Kershaw Steward and Tyler who was Steele of last week upon the Capital my farm containing 170 acres the mouth arrested Thank you Colonel for your good 1 Elkhornon the Kentucky riverat in Franklin of charge of sending an obscene letter wishes but next Christmas is too far county It Is mostly bottom land and Is suitable Death of Mrs Crafft for tlio cultivation of corn and tobacco is though the mails had and examining away for us to begin expecting Be- Â¬ lluely watered by ponds and springs and Ithas 20 acres well set In bluegrass it has upon Mrs F L Crafft wife of the ticket trial Monday before Commissioner sides he that expects nothing is sel- Â¬ about residence good barn and other neces It a good sary out buildings so located as to make a de- Ford and was discharged from custo- Â¬ dom disappointed N Railroad Co in agent of the L ngutiui nome For terms call on or address my attorneys this city died Wednesday afternoon dy the language used in the letter Scott Vlolett Frankfort Ky Deadly Wires at the residence of her mother in not being of such a character as to 1G UU2 6m MAllY F QUARLES Stamping Ground She leaves a lit- Â¬ sustain the charge Two horses were killed in Lexing- Â¬ ZFOZR tle babe but two weeks old and a litr Going to Leave Vs ton this week by coming in contact to the care of a fond tie boy and girl with wires of the electric street rail Â¬ FORMER RESIDENCE AND FAR3I and devoted father A day or two Rev Father Lambert Young who way which were broken down by MY jacent to Bridgeport Immediately on AD the babe the news haB had the pastoral care of the after the birth of her conLouisville pike 5 miles from one of the taining 30 acres ot first quality Frankfort sup land well waB received that by the death of an Church of the Good Shepherd in the sleet The rider of plied with water both for stock and family use in Texas she had fallen heir to this city for the past twenty three horses was also badly injured by the there being twoflne springs and a good well uncle Same Is well Improved as to fencing considerable property which so ex- Â¬ years will resign his charge about the electric shock received through the tliereon residence barn and all necessary out-Â¬ Ac The Including Ice house are In good condi- Â¬ houses cited her in her then weak condi- Â¬ first of May and return to the home of body of the horse tion For terms and further particulars upply to me at my resldonce 418 Broadway Frankfort she grew steadily worse his childhood in Holland tion that Father Great Discoverers G W C11INN Ky until the Master called her home Young has made a host of friends in What Bell and Edison are to the Oct ll 3m She was a most excellent lady a con- Â¬ this city outtide of his congregation elophone and electricity says the sistent member of the Christian who will regret to see him leave and Jittsburg News Dr Franklin Miles Church and the sorrowing friends the members of his Church are ex- Â¬ the wellf known specialist in nervous is have the sweet consolation of know- Â¬ ceedingly sad at the prospect of diseasesfluidto tho nervous system and Valuable City Residence Property nerve Among his numerous ing she fell asleep upon the Saviors parting from him discoveries the Restorative Nervine is undoubtedly one of the greatest THE TWO STORY BRICK RESIDENCE PROP breast The stricken husband little known the Johnson place It is unsurpassed in nervousness dys Â¬ situated on northushide of Sidney street Frankfort children and aged mother have the Muln Christmas Egg pepsia headache epilepsy neural Â¬ Ky near the Capital Hotel Is olTered for sale by sympathy of many friends in their gia backache melancholy sleepless Â¬ the undersigned If not sold on or before Janu A hen belonging to Mrs Emma ness change of life eto Free Mai ary 1st MM the same will be for rent The great affliction property Is In Bratton Martin who lives near Swit- - botUcs of it may be had of J W Ac apply to first class condition For terms CHAS F EXUM zer this county laid an egg on Christ Â¬ Gayle druggist All should read his Wayts Jones Attorney for Johnson heirs New and Startling Fad for the Af-- Oct 25 tf mas day which measured nine inches fActed a very able interesting and Mr Merritt R Wayts formerly of in circumference the long way and finely illustrated book Free to all Fkank Idold B Barstow Sec and Treas President 6 this city but now of Georgetown and seven inches the small way Think Ad Drteh R T Basinkt egg Vlce Presldeat Superintendent Miss Marcia Jones of Georgetown ing it was only a double yolk Mlle Rhea were married at the Palace Hotel in though an unusually large one Mrs Tie Stanflarfl PrintiHE M Co Cincinnati on Tuesday Decomber22d Martin broke the end of the shell for In Josephine Empress of the contents French Formerly the Standard Printing Ink Works Rheas successful The ceremony was performed by Rev the purpose of using the another when she discovered that calplay all the interesting ANUFACTURERS O- FJohnson Myers of the Ninth Street on ters that figured in those PRINTINGAHD LITHOGRAPHIC INKS Baptist Church in that city Mr egg with hard shell was incased times between the divorce oi Jose Wayts and bride returned to George- Â¬ the inside- the white of the outer Dhine from Napoleon Bonaparte and une28 ly VARNISHES ETC 108 Canal Cincinnati Ohio for it Mr R the formers death are said to be town on Christmas day where an egg forming a cushion egg to town very cleverly outlined by the author brought the elegant dinner awaited them at the J Martin and wo had the pleasure of the play Albert Roland Haven Wednesday OP THE CONDITION OP THE home of the groom prepared by his the strength tho great curiosity Napoleon is shown in alldomineering daughter Miss Maud Wayts Tho of examining the inner egg blown of his imperious will have ambitious manhood Josephine in all DEPOSIT BANK OF FRANKFORT many friends of Mr Wayts in this He preserve both shells as a curiosity the nobility of her patriotism and and city extend the compliments of the AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS sympathetic and loyal womanhood season and the wish that Mr Wayts She is represented as loving Napo- Â¬ Pump War leon well but France and tho Em DBOBMBBR SI 1B90 and bride may enjoy many years of Talleyrand is shown as more happiness and prosperity The old well in front of Dudley e was a diplomatio schemer whOBe ASSETS Institute on Second street was upon brain never seemed to weary of in- Â¬ Loans and Discounts 218435 20 2783 04 Cars Running petition of several citizens residing trigue The character of the valiant Cashfrom Hunks 8089 67 Duu a Murat is clearly cut as are also Furniture 1900 00 in the neighborhood declared 7338 C7 run Â¬ nuisance by the City Council those of tho wily Folicho tho devot- Â¬ Roul Estate The street cars commenced 263103 08 ed son Eugene tho mischief making ning regularly last Monday upon on Tuesday night and ordered filled Pauline Bonaparte the heartless LIABILITIES Georgetowns new street railroad up stated that second Empress Marie Louise of Tho petition 77400 00 CapltalStock though the first trip over the line Buch noisy crowds assemble around Austria and the good natured Duke Surplus Account 25035 71 of Dantzig We the pump at night that the residents 172 50 was made on Christmas eve Old Dividends are not so far behind for we will in the immediate vicinity are unable At tho Opera House Monday oven Dividend No 45 3 per ctJ 2322 00 250 Expcnhc contingent 100 00 IntLMtht mid Discount have an electric street railroad in to sleep for tho racket that is kept ng January 5th 157250 Hi Individual Depositors Wo understand that up Wednesday morning an effort 6C5 54 the spring StutoTax II DuutoBanks Gratifying to All everything has been arranged and was made by tho city authorities to 120310308 Commend to public approval tho wo will certainly have tho road but take out tho old pump whon an Net earnings for six months ending Wo when is not definitely settled December 81 1890 5217 53 injunction was gotton out by Messrs California liquid fruit remedy Syrup Applied as follows are needing it now at least those of us J W Gault J B Utterback and of Figs It is pleasing to tho eye Dividend No 45 f222 111 00 Interest ami DUcouut who livo on the South Side worse others restraining tho city from and to tho taste and by gently acting 40001 Tax 2125 Kl thau a fellow needs a pistol in Texas further proceedings under tho order on tho kidneys liver and bowels it To Surplus 5247 53 effectually So tho old pump cleanses tho system of tho Council Very Fortunate H H WATSON Cashier stills stands and no earth has been thereby promoting tho health and A comfort of all who use it Subscribed and sworn to beforo mo this 1st thrown into tho well day of January 1K1 14 4t Our little city was very fortunate in m U Keenon notary puolic west young Horace Greely said go escaping tho great damage from tho SHILOHS VITALIZER is what you man but wo suggest that evory DIVIDEND NOTICE recont heavy sleet and snow which bodv who raises chickens got a bot- - need for Constipation Loss of Appe Â¬ bo paid threo 3 dividend visited some of our sister cities Ulo of Gantors magio chicken chol tite Dizziness and all symptoms of onAthe capitalofstock of per cent willllnuk of the Deposit But few treeB telephone and fire Wa cure If it fails your money will Dyspepsia Price 19 and 75 cents per Fraukfort on and after January 5th lb91 27 bottle For sale by J W Gayle h h Watson cashier alarm wires wero injured here lie refunded by Phil Carpenter JW GAYLE Druggist Old Market house Corner For Sale by K Meeting FRANKFORT Mnr lm 1 - KY H G MATTERS rriHiE Fan Â¬ Â¬ FlitiirailBT 334 MAIN STREET Umbrella Covering FRANKFORT KENTUCKY UNION t KY CO RAILWAY TIME CARD EFFECTIVE Leave Lexington BEMOVED DECEMBER 2IST GOING EAST 1890 300 p m 40 p m 451 p m C25 p m Leave Winchester Leave Clay City Arrive Lumber Point Arrive Three Forks Leave Tnree Forks Arrive Elkatawa J GOING WEST Leave Elkatawa Arrive Three Forks i tiT m 6 30 p m 1130 u m 125 p m 835 a m am GKK a m LeaveThree Forks 6KB a m Arrive Lumber Point Arrive Clay City 737 a m Arrive Winchester 830 a m Arrive Lexington 980 a m Connections made at Lumber Point with steamer for Beattjvllle Elkatawa Is nearest station to Jackson Ky Trains between Three Forks and Lexington run dally between Three Forks and Elkatawa dally Sundajs excepted 1030 w lil J L MUUPIIY sleep TTSIItTGSin peace BIT - General Passenger Agent S-A-X-iI- El PRATTS KILLER FOR BED BUGS This preparation Is superior to all others fo tho following reasons i It kills the bugs Instantly It effectually destroys thulr eggs therefore It Is only necessary to use It once cr twice during the season It possesses advantages over Insect powders In Â¬ asmuch as It can be used In pla es which they can not reach Its odor Is agreeable and It Is warranted not to Injure carpets linen or furniture No fatal etfects can result from Its use as It contains no poison which fact should give It a place In every household Sold In large bottlt s at 25 cents each For sale by W U AVERILL ut wholesale and Â¬ Â¬ FOR SALE retail JOHN H STAOKHOUSB SOLE AGENTS 632 Arch Street Peliadetpbla CO Â¬ Dr W I Kelley OF CINCINNATI WILL BE AT THE OHIO IN FRAUKFORT KY -M- FRIDAY FRIDAY FRIDAY FRIDAY JAN 9 1891 JAN 30 1891 FEB 20 1891 MAROH 13 1891 I STATEMENT BLEEDING Chloroform dLIND or ITCHIN6 Cured wttnowt any rargtoat operation and wlU m roue or bo psw Ligature or Knife tali mode It not necessary with X m ot trMtaer FISTULA UN ANO Iieure FISSURES Cored irtttoot ootttng r tearing ULCERATION CATARRH W Of the bowel cured 1 X arly for nearly kevenjtais and the many cures be baa maae among tne wealthy and tnfhratlta citizens are sufficient evidence oi his success It Is now a well established fact that man dl eases of the stomach liver kidney bladdsr womb and nervouu system are either caused of aggravated by the coexistence of PILES VISTU LA FISSVBBor RECTAL ULCKB RKPKRENCESi DrIteilr tuunow been tUltlngthls cllrrtg I I X Dr K K Gober Frankfort Ky Franklin Morris Graefensburg J T Stateu Frankfort Ky V tierbertcn Frankfort Ky Be L P Holett Benson Ky A H McClure Frankfort Ky Richard Ferguson Frankfort Kf W J Iluibos Frankfort Ky David Moore Benson Kv Jas M Wltlirow Frankfort Ky OR KECLETS office ana residence Is at Ml West Eighth street Cincinnati and where lit sxay be found STery day of each jreek EXCEPT - m PBIDAIB AID SATURDAYS Pamphlets daserlblBg these diseases and tilt node of treatment seat tree to any one by ad dressing W M D 269 West HlghthSt Cincinnati Otjf-- CONSULTATION ivve I KELLEY - TKMB 9a lr m X d EHE53 WBmSKmBKOFi ifr iV f - 9 2d of Janunrv Mr mid TVIrn Brown Underwear aro possessed of thnt peculiar typo of Tho following time tnblo is now in Hospitality wmch insures tne onjoy Wo have a largo and well assorted offootnpon tho L fc N road stock of ladies and misses union suits ment of their guests vests and pants at low prices TBAIN8 WE8T Mr John R Morris has a very sick 13 Sahi D Johnson Co fi60 am child Arthur but wo aro glad to say No 23 lonvosFrnnkfort No 17 lonvos Frankfort 820 a m he seems to bo improving and we No 21 lpuves Frankfort 218 p m hope tho little fellow will soon be Holiday Goods G4C p m well NolOloavos Frnnkfort We have a beautiful lino of novel- Â¬ TBAINB EABT Mrs G W Robb who has been ties for Christmas presents Call and 1envos Frankfort 1015 n m regarded in a very precarious condi- see them Nol8 13 Sam D Johnson Co 457 p m tion for some time has so far recov- Â¬ No 20 lonvos Frankfort No 22 loaves Frankfort 015 p m ered her health as to bo regarded out 1512 p m oi clanger No 24 arrives Frankfort Blankets The many mends or the Nos 23 and 21 mako connection at An Â¬ family may tender their congratula- Â¬ Wo aro showin a splendid lot of chorage for Shelbyvillo and Bloomflold tions white and fancy blankets that wo will and at Lagrnngo for Cincinnati Notwithstanding tho extremo strin- sen cneap Sam D Johnson EP BRYAN Co gency of tho money market our mer- Â¬ 13 Agent And a great variety of articles chants and business men seem to be doing fairly well Business stagnaMillinery millinery tion seems to bo s6mething with Big reduction on all trimmed and which they are unacquainted un trimmed bonnets and hats Throe of our hunters wound up tho 13 Sam D Johnson Co year by the slaughter of twenty one In order to induce our customers to buy flour packed in rabbits in a single day It is quite Dress Goods questionable whether the laws protecting these little pests should be All tour colored novelty dress goods enforced Young orchards and orna- Â¬ at cost to close Sam D Johnson Co Jlfll ntrlinl mental trees are being seriously dam- Â¬ 13 aged by the little fellows WE ARE- We are even the Cloaks Cloaks TUIIS RUN BY CENTRAL STUDUB TIME inhabitant told that remember oldest can not when We the crows appeared in such great missesoffer our entire stock of ladies TIME TABLE NOV 12 1890 childrens cloaks they have this season and lessandPlush jackets fromat cost as AM f A 1 l numbers the whole face of the earth 575 No 3 No 5 At times and up No 1 TRAINS EAST seems to be covered with thorn The above articles with every paper sack of flour Ask your grocer 14 3 05 G30 5 45 Sam D Johnson Co Lv Frankfort 1H GEO Bulldofus 5 fi8 Elkhorn for 7 02 0 07 3 2G iSwItzer 7 29 0 22 3 39 For lame back side or chest use stamping Ground A Valuable Discovery G DO Shilohs Porous Plaster 4 05J ar800 Price 25 Georgetown lv9 80 5 05 7 41 1015 Paris Dr Brown Sequards elixir of youth cents For sale by J W Gayle 27 A M A M A M I M may be an important discovery but In paper sacks Every sack warranted NOT SUFFER A NolONo2 No 6 No4 every ono known that Dr Franklin DO TRAINS WEST Miles New Heart Cure certainly is LONGER 0 00 6TO 8 in 10 00 Lv Paris 7 02 It has given thousands afflicted with 7 24 R 69 1108 Georgotown Knowing that a cough can bo 7 29 serious heart disease a new lease of 9 20 1126 Stamping Ground 7 41 life 9 41 11 55 Swltzer Druggists who can observe its checked in a day and the first stages 12 02n m 7 53 950 Elkhorn of consumption broken in a week we 8 10 6ffocts on many customers every Â¬ 10 08 12 20 Ar Frankfort where speak very highly of it Mr hereby guarantee Dr Ackers Enla Connections at Georgotown with E T V John Weaver of Knightstown Ind glish CoughtoRemedy and will refund for Clcnlnnatl Louisville and the South says I have sold much of Dr Miles the money all who buy take it as a m pm New Cure and have received many per directions and do not find our No Money Required of Responsible Parties to Commence Treat- Pm No lNo3 No2 No 0 No 6 O Monroe of Dun statement correct reports ment good 9 HID 1220pm 122iipmAr FrankfortLvlc 4RI3 05 J W Gayle Druggist N Y reports largo sales And 702 U 15am 10 10am ArGeorgtownLv 1 27 4 15 401 8 19am 8 10am Lv ClnelnnntUrlO 15c 20 tho best part of it is every bottle has Sold and guar- Â¬ given satisfaction Dont Forget 6 anteed by J W Gayle Connections at Paris with Ky Central Ry am r M A m v M If yon are going west that the No 2No 4 KY WEDNESDAY Nolro3 14 Louisville St Louis Air Line run FRANKFORT Rough on Dick 10 08 8 10 Ar Lv 5 45 3 06 Frankfort tho finest trains in the world between 7 41 5 05 10 GOO Lv 8 Paris Ar 02STE JD1T OISTHiTT and St Louis Trains 5 40 Ar Lv 753 Paris An item in yesterdays Transcript Louisville 810 a m daily equipped leaving at And every fourth week thereafter 2 43 Ar Covington Jv 1035 JgpConsuliation and ExaminaC Free referred to Capt R Ferguson of with Pullman perfected saftv steam 2 3Lv Ar104i Cincinnati Frankfort as Chief of Police The heated day coaches parlor and din Â¬ 7 40 4 10 Ar 755 5 37 Paris Ll Â¬ 25 Captain called at this office yester0 50 3 20 Ar Carlisle Lv 8 43 ArloiOj 7 55 day to demand a retraction saying ing cars Trains leaving Louisville Mnysvllle 5 20 150 Lv at 915 p m equipped with day 7 481 Ar Lv 1127 5 37 he was Chief of the Fire Department Paris 7 15 Ar Lv 1210 015 and not Chief of Police Winchester The latter coaches and Pullman drawing room 6 10 Lv Richmond Ar 1S5 7 20 official he said was tho ugliest man sleepers If Two young ladies quick you wish comfort safty and SHORTEST i QUICKEST ROUTE in Kentucky time be sure and call for tick who heard his remarks declared that Air Line Any information TO Barnum should have the Chief of Po- Â¬ ets via the maps rates etc will be regarding he was any uglier than the promptly lice if furnished by writing to Chief of the Fire Department Lex- Â¬ Cincinnati B L Bryant ington Transcript Trav Pass Agt HOWARD ORBISON Agent TIME TABLE FREE TO EVERYBODY Â¬ Tinware Glassware Wire Goods Woodenware Â¬ Â¬ Useful for Kitchen and Household Use fi Â¬ I PAPER SACKS GIVING AW AY -- H J E AND VICTOR FLOUR Â¬ MILES SON JAN I k I I I CAPITAL HOTEL Sixteenth Regular Visit m -- and the East li f 1 CATARRH CURED health and Rogers has just completed a sweet breath secured by50 Shilohs Catarrh Remedy cents FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT new store room on High 6treet near Nasal Injector free Price sale by J For Clinton and has moved into it a 27 full line of family groceries which W Gayle he is selling cheaper then any body FRANKFORT JANUARY 3 1891 As his place is very convenient for THAT TFRRIRUB COVGH farmers there is no reason for them to come down into the city for their In the morning hurried or difficult Elegant Supper groceries Call and see him if you breathing raising phlegm tightness want low prices He also has two in the chest quickened pulse chill ness in the evening or sweats at Young enter- Â¬ rooms over his store for rent Rev Father Lambert night all or any of these things are tained the choir of the Church of the Dr the first stages of consumption Ackers English Cough Remedy will Good Shepherd at Weitzels dining cure these fearful symptoms and is Tli ere Is Only One parlor with an elegant supper on sold under a positive guarantee by o Tuesday evening J W Gayle Druggie There is only one Swifts Specific S S S and there is nothing like Col Moores Father Dead it Do not be deceived by the nu- Â¬ merous imitations substitutes frauds Judge Joseph M Moore father of etc which are being pushed on the Col Albert Moore commandant of public by persons whose desire is to make money on the credulous S S Be It cadets at the Kentucky Military S is a distinct medicine is different the Cityordained by the Board of Coancllmen of of Frankfort Institute died at his home in New from any other remedy It must not SEC That the City Clerk be allowed seventy-live dollars per annum for Ida senlcesas eltrk be classed with the old worn out pot or tne uoaru or rouceuno ire commissioners Orleans on the 15th of December g ash mercury sarsaparilla SEC 2 This ordinance Is made applicable to articles which the term8 of the present City Clerk effect from SEC are advertised as it is not at all like Its passage This ordinance shall take Died Suddenly Tli minent Specialist formerly resident Physician of the Philadelphia General Hos them S S S cures by eliminating December 16th 1690 l Plmteum in charge of the Ohio Medical Institute Cincinnati Ohio has for Â¬ the poison from blood by its ac- Attest Rev Enos Campbell who many tion on tho Bkinthe SAMUEL R SMITH v jrwn aubioMuiiy ucvuteu nis time to tne treatment ol his spec and never fails to P U NEWMAN City Clerk President laities He successfully treats all curable cases of Chronic and iVervous years ago preached for the Christian give relief and build up the health of viseases His treatment is based on the largest experience after Church in this city died suddenly on the patient Our treatise on Blood thorough educational preparation and Skin Diseases will give much Friday of last week at Middletown valuable information and will be Bheumatlem It 4t lentlillr rtisoi of the nmoat rri delay If not cured It leada to enUrred proitato landaat Ohio The remains were interred at mailed free to applicants late ctfn V e guarantee a euro In all dodbt rout deMUtr and prematuro dm ttiau illtbeorr loTcmlyuilon prow bcxmilItwltb upou tbU we liivc for tuch canet and a perfect realoration to hcaktiand phjilcal vUftr itienoaenal Treatise onBloodand Skin Diseases Versailles on Tuesday The deformities nj3rstrieJ ucccii hurt Ttlon rtfultlag from rbcumaUo toQauimailons mar til bo aroMed or cured bj our To tho Ladles W have for ycara mads a tpedaltf of mailed free I t the dlacuea of wonicu Niue tentht of the aulTeriuga of this Be It ordained by the Board of Councllmen of trcatiurnu world art borne br women and vJtbout reaaon SWIFT SPECIFIC CO wnen U City of Frankfort the Bright DlscoO of the KUnrji the mult of fault or these disease It properly uudentood thtlr curs OhI ye who toach tho ingenious SEC 1 That an ordinance passed January nutrition over tlmuUtlon or tho me if Improper remedlca vo caute and complete Our large horplial eipcrteneeenableo U Atlanta Ga certain Â¬ How of urine 14th 18U0 prohibiting the sale of cigarettes be lacrute tho youth of our great and growing nato undenund tnee caaea and trial ihetn from thelatett aclea Diseases of the Diestlvo Orcans are the raott fre tlno atandpolnt Local Irratmrnl which 10 many object to and the same Is hereby repealed tion let them learn the noble art of Our trvatmrnt It br conttltutlooal and 2 This ordinance shall take effect from quent cauii of the mora ratal dlsriici l ipcriia Liver Com rarely Hud neccttarr SEC llalu Contltka and Chronla Diarrhea all rciult la Imiirr local rcnicdlet with which we lt jtrict thepatlcuu to treat self defense as Salvation Oil is the LOUISVILLE fret nutrition and render life mlterable Karly loltrfcreuc j l themxlvca at their own hornet at TOBACCO Its passage December 10th 1890 specific for hurts true economy of time mono and health p rrivnto Disbaccs Stricture MARKET Taint Attest Xounp Men who are rapldlj approaching Intanltr and Syphllit lonorrhea Inipotiucy audOlret Vrncealpromptly Sierllltv are SAMUEL It SMITH death frouiaecrcthablu Kill do well toconiultua alonce Theao and en eotually cured by our iprclal Two charming little girls were P II NEWMAN rrmedlra WehavoapeBt hablta aro tho reauliof dleme not Tlco aud wo cure tuch thousands or uollara lu tluio aud City Clerk President knowledge niouev to itajp dancing the rackot in the streots caaea without fall We Invite four fulleai confidence aud lu this direction DURRETT promlie vouelief What maues you so nappy a gen- Â¬ FURNISHED BY GLOVER Epilepsy or Pits Thli rhtnomna or th jrrvoeaw LUddlo Aged Men who obicrre certain Irrilatlona of vtteiu l tho reaullor LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Oh our mas have dluue lixnitd in u none ccnttrav tleman asked he blulJcr aud urethra or water pamje wltli itiUtntnta In oi uriiimni wnicn own uui beta Ibo urine ahould a all theuiclir cfou trratrK ut huch atmp away all our horrid medicine admitted by tho ttaclemlatt of ihu world to thrown ONE DOLLAR WEEKLY tout are Indlcatlmn of Huilua wettncn which admit n no cure uuiai mott tdebilitJted iiitjocuIlittreir ourproducebatradical tn tho and we have only to take Dr Bulls Sales on our market for tho week ncrv person consultim its should brinr or inil fmn m ttv r i Cough Syrup and that aint bad at just closed amount to 659 hhds with rumination and clfemicalaiulyU a certificate and chart of same period of 207 BUYS A GOOD GOLD WATOH h wWrtwllte receipts for the all ccure out cases wnicn nave naillcu the sKill nfothcr physicians Why hhds Sales on our market for tho Because our catetnslva recognize the Mutes disease year closed on the 2 lth inst amount Â¬ BY OCR OLDB SYSTEM experience enables us to haC faCd toblainofrKtf M Wl where to ooiisult us All curable uases are Jett ararUcedVilC ing in tho aggrogato to 144012 hhds i 1atiertts mail and cxpiess Where possible pcrsonalconsultation is preferable Being tho largest years business Our 11 karet patent stllfencd gold cases are of ijucstions treated byon application List sent free Old oarth put on bridal robes of over done by tho Louisvillo market warranted for 20 years Walthmi and EIkIii purest white in honor of the Saviors and far in excess of a similar busi movement reliable and well known Stem wind All cases anil correspondence strictly conhdeiual Treatment sent C O D to any or or gents natal day ness ever dono by any other market and set huntingany open face ladyssell one or part of the United States and Canada Address with stamp for reply 75 watuh We size Equal to Tho market closed strong and active these watches for Warm wet and sloppy weather Dr G IK very disagreeable to all except tho all along tho lino tho closing days of P O BOX 703 tobacco mon who havo had but little tho maruet being exceedingly strong for now burloy with any character weather suitable for stripping Tho following quotations fairly and send to any address by registered mall or Among the holiday visitors aro roprosont our market for burloy by expresu C O I with privilege of examina tion WM Miss Agnes Ohonaulc and brother tobacco Our agent tit Durham N Cwi urn and Mr Gabble Ohenault of Madison Trash dark or damaged Our Jewelers have confessed tldont know county Miss Mattio Danniols of touacco uuoo 9 ou how joti can furnish such work for ttu money BLUE GRASS NURSERIES W ATTORN Shelby Mr Roctor Crittenden of Oolory trash 8 00 4 00 Mrs Ragan of Louisvillo Common lugs not colory U 50 Frankfort 5 00 Mr P L Gibson of Tyrone tho Hon Oolory lugs 8 000 14 00 IMMENSE STOCK OF FilUIT AXDOHNAMKN REAL JSSTATJB AGENT 1 tal treert Urniiovliiem Aspnrairus siuaJI Jorry South of Arkansas and Miss Common leaf 0 00 wanted at each place Write for particulars 7 00 trees and ever tnlim for the rawn orchard and COURTS or Minnio Cowan of Danville TE cbuntlesT and 9 00M 10 00 Medium to good loaf We Uuve no ngMita but sell direct at WlSu tffAVXlv canton and adjolntn 10 00 25 00 prlees to tho plantar Write forvfitaloirue to Will iltO KlTO IDMlAl attAlWinn R the purchaM Invitations aro out for a masque Good to line fillers EMPIRE WATOH CO low and sale of real eatate collection of H F HILLENMEYER rade party at tho rosldonce of Mr Seloot or wrappory 33 00 25 00 48 and 60Malden Lnne New York N Y Lexington Ky leaf Sept 27 3m Duano Brown on tho evening of the 3nn2Wf GEO n HARPER Gen Superintendent V L CLARK CLAUDE BOWLES Cltv Ticket Asit GenFreIfht Pass Aet 10 tf Louisville Ky Clieap Groceries J C i m An Ordinance 1 l ti 45 Â¬ thousand-doses-for-a-shillin- U H BOGMAN M D An Ordinance i m I i Â¬ 38 CASH - Bogman Oinoinnati o Â¬ CROMWELL EY-AT-LA- I m M w We I Religious would be jjreuly obliged to the ministers and officers ol cliuichcsin tlic city if they would furnish us with any announcements which they may wish s um n Term tin 111 II IH 1 LUU tnadc1 Rov Qoorge Darsio preaches at the Bridgeport Christian Church to- Â¬ morrow at 3 p m Rev George Dareio ofllciated at the funeral of Rov Enos Campbell which took place at Versailles last Tuesday ovening S f s-- MISREPRESENTATIONS AWD RAUDULEXT IMITATIONS OF UiS- HONEST PARTIES BEWARE OF Rev J MoOlusky Blayney D D will occupy his pulpit at the First Presbyterian Church to morrow at 11 a m and 730 p m - Rev W S Giltner will occupy his pulpit at Bethel Church near Peaks Mill to night at 7 oclock and tomorrow morning at 11 oclock The usual services at Ascension Church to morrow morning at 11 oclock and 730 p m will be conducted by Rev E A Penick the rector Â¬ Â¬ Rev Wm M Pratt D D of were they conducted Louisville will preach at Evergreen guards county this throughout that institution and subChurch this Baptist afternoon at 2 oclock and to morrow sequently took their departure for their home morning at 11 oclock The parties to the contract were W C Taylor of Buffalo New John H Southworth and Miss Annie Rev York the new pastor will preach E Jones of Scott county The his first sermon at the Baptist Church young lady who is eighteen years of to morrow morning at 11 oclock age and quite rosy and good look- ins in features is the daughter of Usual services at night Mr A H Jones a well-to-d- o farmer Rev Father Lambert Young the of the same neighborhood The pastor will conduct the services at groom not quite twenty one years the Church of the Good Shepherd to- Â¬ despite his very youthful appearance morrow First mass at 8 a m Sec furnished proof in outwitting tho ond mass 1030 a m Vespers at 3 young ladys recalcitrant parent that p m he was less innocent than a lamb and a trifle more bold than he looked Rev W G Neville will occupy his Mr Jones swore that the would be pulpit at the Southern Presbyterian groom should not have his daughter Church to morrow morning at 11 but that same young man won to oclock a m and at 700 p m his aid the tender heart of his Sermon to the children at 3 oclock and a friend in in the afternoon All the children of the neighborhood named James the city invited Rollins and with these augmented forces he boldly planned a midnight The sacrament of the Lords sup elopement per will be administered at the First At an agreed signal the mother to morrow arose from the bed where her hus Church Presbyterian morning Preparatory services were band lay sleeping and unlocked the begun last night and services will be door of the room in which Miss Annie held at 11 oclock this morning The had been imprisoned gave her lib Â¬ usual services to morrow evening at erty and a mothers blessing 730 conducted by Rev J McClusky Rollins the mutual friend met Blayney D D the pastor the young lady at the door and Bv escorted her through the woods to Rev H G Henderson A M will turnpike where the groom was preach a New Years discourse Sun- the waiting in with a carriage The day morning at the Methodist Church part drove rapidly to this place and to the old folks Subject Lifes sought the penitentiary immediately Lessons At night Mr Henderson as the best place to find a minister will address the young people upon and willing friends to assist them in the theme Lifes Dangers Sunday their plans school at 930 oclock a in Christian m Endeavor at 045 p m William T Price a Justice of Mr the Peace at Kicnlancl Nebraska Rev Tyler E Utterback will preach was confined last winter with a seat the Christian Church to morrow vere attack of lumbago but aÂ¬ Chamber thorough jSJKjnorning at 11 oclock At 730 p m lains Pain application of him to get Balm enabled Rev George Darsie will give the first up and go to work Mr Price says of six courses on Model Conversions The Remedy cannot be recommendany one in the New Testament his special ed too highly Letneuralgia troubled or lame with rheumatism subject being where to find them back give it a trial and they will be and what their value of the same opinion 50 cent bottles 17 lm The Young Peoples Society of for sale by J W Gayle Christian Endeavor meets in the WILL YOU SUFFER with dyspep chapel at 7 p m sia and Liver Complaint Shilohs Vitalizer is guaranteed to cure you Married tlic Pen 27 For sale by J W Gayle m Marriage ceremonies have been and useful presents can performed in a balloon high up in beHandsomeBuckleys found at the air under ground in the Mam- Â¬ moth Cave and other odd places but Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria one would hardly think of a couple selecting a prison as the place where The Belgain lamp is the best you they would be joined in marriage can get one with guarantee at Buck Â¬ and wo were therefore surprised Tues- leys day morning upon answering a call at our telephone at being invited to Â¬ mother-in-law-elect E COLLINS When When When When Baby was sick wo gave her Castorla she was a Child she cried for Castorla she became Miss alio clung to Castorla sho had Children sho gave them Castorla -- BRO wmmm F Darbys Prophylactic Will Use it in every sick room 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 able disinfectant 21 m n MP SeeoratioDB DBALEBS IN- - mmj ii IlMJIU Shot and Shells And Agents for Laflin Wall Paper HARNESS I Henri HS 9 GLASS OILS LEAD AND MIXED PADTTS PICKS BH0VEL8 CROW BARS DRILLS IRON AND STEEL A PULL LINE OP 8XWXB AND FLUE PIPE COR BROADWAY AND LXWI8 BZ IBANKFOBT LOIK PLASTER CEMENT Kentucky Central Railway IIFiliG ysourt imi blubgrass ROUTE ICJSA KHHP I CENTRAL KENTUCKY Shortestand Quickestrouterroin TO ALL POINTS NORTH EAST WEST 1 IN SOUTHWEST FAS LINE BETWEEN Â¬ Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria Old fashioned double thicked tin 35 ware at Buckleys Till SHORTEST AND QUICKEST LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI SCHEDULE IN EFFLCT NOV 1CTH 1890 Owgitnn to Hew Orleans South Itound No 3 Ex dun No Daily Ex Sun 4 No 6 Tlie New Discovery Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ You have heard your friends Entire Trains Baggage Car Day Conches Lve Cincinnati Lve Covington Sleepers run tin ouch without change Falmouth and neighbors talking about it THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST Cynthiana You may yourself be one of the Arr Paris Lexington many who know from personal ex- Â¬ Georgetown to Jacksonville Ala Lve Paris perience just how good a thing it Time zo Jbiours Arr Winchester Richmond is If you have ever tried it you Through Sleepers without change The Short uetneen Cincinnati ami line Lancaster Lexington Kv Time 2Vj Hours Stanford are one of its staunch friends be12 KNOXVILLh TKNN Lve Richmond 17 asijeville n c cause the wonderful thing about it 11 ArrDerea CiutianooovTenn Livingston is that when once given a trial 15 ATLAhTA r 10 niKMINUIIAM ALA Dr Kings New Discovery ever Direct Connections ut New Orleansund ShreveTexiiN Mexico and California after holds a place in the house port for Frankfort via Kentucky Midland Railway North Bound Leave arrlveClnelnnatl 1025 If you have never used it and via Georgetown 510 a ntother line a in Quicker than any should be afflicted with a cough All trains arrive at depart from Central Uiilou Cincinnati cold or any throat lung or chest Depot Hates Maps Vc address Lve Livingston h or Berea FRANK W WOOILEY once trouble secure a bottle at Arr Kichmond Traveling Pass Agt Ky is guar- Â¬ Lexington It and give itji fair trial Lve Stanford C HARVEY D G EDWAUDS Lancaster anteed every time or money re- 0 Vloe Pres CINCINNATI O G P T A Arr Richmond Trial bottles free at the funded Lve Kichmond TazE Arr Winchester drug store of Paris P H Cakperter 6 OLD KENTUCKY ROUTE Lve Lexington Â¬ - Time 25 Hours 810am 800pm 8181111 220pm lJ48am 1043am 1118am 1210pm 1127aill 1210pm 135pm 510pm 5 45pm 8U8plll 0 lupin 0 5Jpui 10 2dpill 11 00pm 3 60pm 22jplli 4E5pm 6 lGpm G2upm T 587piu G16pm 7 2Uplii 210pm 5 20pm 303pm 5 No 1 v q No 13 Accom bundg Lex gin hxbllll 8 00 1111 1025am 11 4 Da m 7 OOdin 7 Mlllil Â¬ 10 IDaill i5 5S cg Sftte m 9 at story house with Newport News Mississippi Valley Co E D SHOUT LINK TO 7 rooms Cor Murray and Campbell streets Apply to W J Hughes 327 Washington Philadelphia 11 tf Murray street New York Baltimore Porcelain lined preserving kettles Old Point and the Sea Shore 8 qt 55 cts 4 qt 35 cts 0qt45cts 70 10 qt 00 cts 12 qt 65 cts 14 qt AND ALL EASTERN CITIES 35 cts 10 qt 100 at Buckleys IN EFFECT NOVEMBER 10 18D0 For Rent A two GlOaill 154pm 71Eam 2 33pm 7 48am 2 00pm 7 OOani 2 45pm 7 53am Paris Cynthiana 3 15pm 823am 411pm 918am Falmouth Arr Covington 540pm 1044am Arr Cincinnati 5 60pm 10 GOam T05pm 4 25pm 845pm 2 20pm 3 05pra G05prm 440pm 680pm 037pni 0 45pm 385pm 480pm 615pn No MAYSVILLE BRANCH North Bound Lve Cincinnati Lve Covington Lve Lexington Lve Paris Arr Millersburg Arr Carlisle No 9 Daily Ex Sun Ex Sun 2 2 7 00 7 55 8 19 8 43 9 83 10 10 Daily ii -- A few more ot the number stoves at Buckleys 7 cook 35 EAST HOUND Fust Fust Hull Accommo Express Dull dation Dally 4 G n in u in nm 20pm 4 40pm 2Gpm 5 37 7 a 111 ExSuny 10 1 Dally Arr Johnson Arr Maysville am u in pm GOlpm G25pm 80 pm 13 7 65 pm Â¬ Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria Frankfort Mt Sterling AuhlaiKl Lve Wlncticster Lexington v uupm 15 pm M 1111 7pm lOam its pm 25 pm 11 4011111 12 451111 i Wo hastened to the Penitentiary spot but the bridegroom delayed his When the coming until high noon bells were ringing for the convicts to quit work for dirner the radiant young couple stood side by side in the Wardens office in the presence of the officiating minister Rov H H Kavanaugh prison chaplain and Warden Bolan Assistant Warden Marshall and a number of guards and other omployea at the prison and ther3 amid the Btrange and awe inspiring scones of bolts and bars a fow men wearing blue official uni Â¬ forms and many the striped garb of felons in token of the power and magisty of tho law the solemn rites of the church woro pronounced that fast locked tho couple in the bonds of matrimony As soon as the congratulations wore over and tho blushing bride could CjOmposo herself tho groom proposed a bridal tour of tho Pen itentiary and In tho caro of two Â¬ attend a wedding at the Kentucky lIMEiIMIUElfi TO Bucklens Arnica Salve The best salve in the world foi Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Tetter Rheum Fever Sores Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns and all Skin Eruptions and positively cures Piles or no pay required It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money re Price 25 cents per box funded For sale by South Side drug store Â¬ Ulhelllll 7 SO pill 10 27 pm II 43 pm 11 07 pill J USE Gitlettsburi Huntington Arr 0 95 inn 5 CO pm 0 25 pm 5 85 pm G 40 pm 7 401111 in no him 15 Hill f 8 U5 mil 10 am South Bound Lve Maysville Lve Johnson Lve Carlisle Lye Millersburg Arr Paris Arr Lexington Arr Covington Arr Cincinnati nati No 1 No 10 Daily Ex Sun 5 5 G No Ex Sun Daily t8 tJ 7 7 The quisle and direct route from LODISYILLE WEST HOUND 8 10 44 10 50 20 57 50 15 40 35 a a III a in a 111 am a 111 am am 111 IGOpm 227 pm 320pm 3 45pm 410pm G20pm 87 pm I 0 45pm IHSII5 M TEXUS Â¬ One hundred and fifty miles SHORTEST TO LITTLE ROCK And tbe only route Without Change of If you are going to emigrate to Cars 5 iy P H Carpenter rue First Step Perhaps you are run down cant sleep cant think cant do any thing to your satisfaction and you wonder what ails you You should heed tho warning you are taking the first step into Nervous prostration You need a Norvo Tonio and in Electric Bitters you will find tho exact remedy for re Â¬ storing your nervous system to its normal healthy condition Surpris Â¬ ing results follow tho use of this great Nerve Tonic and Alterative Your appetite returns good digestion is re Â¬ stored and tho liver and kidnovs re Â¬ sume healthy action Try a bottle Price COo at tho Drug Store of 6 P H Carpenter Sherman Dallas Bort Worth Austin Houatin This is the CHEAPEST AND JJKST ROUTE No change or cars to M0HTG0MEBY MOBILE MEMPHIS AND NEW ORLEANS For further Information address C P ATMORE QPTA L0013VIH KKNXUCKT il ington Trains No Gand Fnlmouth Accommo Â¬ dation No 8 now depart from now 4th St Depot on 4th below John St NOTE Trains No 1 and Falmouth Accommo Â¬ IF1 IF1- dation No 7 now arrives lit now 4th St De- Â¬ E 1st of Huntington on the 0 0 Route pot on 4th bolow John St Nos 2 and G make connections at Winchester FAST MAIL TitAINS runs dally except Hunduy M V By between Lexington mid Huntington Mako di Â¬ for points on the NN Trains of this lino nowarrlveat O At IMPORTANT rect connections at Huntington with C and depart from the Central Union Passenger AshlaiuIwJtliS V Ry At Winchester with K Station Cincinnati making connec- Â¬ C It It north mid south bound and at Lexing tion tor nil points North T P Rail Â¬ ton with LA N L S and ON O East and West roads Through Tlckotssold and Baggage checked to LEXINGTON AND OLIVE HILL ACCOMMO Â¬ any point reached by 11 railroad DATION dally Connects ut Winchester to and For full particulars itddress or call on uny from K C Points undut Lexington with L S It agent of the company or R for Louisville Ky S F B MORSE W L MUNSON Genl Passr Agt Trav Passr Agt For full Information In regard to Hutes Routes CINCINNATI O Cincinnati O cupplytoauy Agent of this or connecting HEnUNTINGTONVIce PresGon Manager lines or to GENERAL OFFICES S F B Morsk II K HUNTINOTON fien Fuss Agent Chamber of Comranrco Building Cincinnati O V P and J M OHIO We now havo doublo dally train ser Â¬ NOTE CINCINNATI W 8 HilUUSON vice on Sundays both ways between Cincinnati O W DAHNEY undLoxIngton oi M Lexington Ky T A P Ashland Ky NOTE pm G 00 am 3 OCpm G 25 urn 1 20 pm 3 2G pm 1 40 pm 0 60 Hill 3 4C pm Astiluiul 4 20 am 8 47 Ulll 2 58 pm Olive Hill G 25 am 4 27 pm 10 55 ulll Mt Sterling 7 15 am 5 07 pm 11 45 am Winchester Lexington 8 10 urn Arr C 35 pm 12 40 pm Frankfort Arr G 40 pm a lis pm runs EXPKE3S LIMITED VESTIBULED lulyaiid tins VesUbuled Pullman Hulfeet 8leep ors between Louisville Lexington Washington Now York mid Old Point Comfort Tills train Is made part of tlio celebrated Li Buns dally from Lexington to CincinLeaves Lexington 1000 a m Â¬ Huiitlnuton Catlettsuurg 1 10 Paris 1045 a m No 8 No 48 Leaves Cincinnati 510 p m Arrives Falmouth 705 p m Except Sunday NO 7 Le ives Falmouth G a in ArrlvesCin TRAIN NOTES No 8 runs dally except Sun Â¬ day between Lexington and Cincinnati No 13 runs Sunday only making all local Rtops No 4 runs dally between Cincinnati and Lex Â¬ Except Sunday Arrives clnnatl 7 51 a 111 Except Sunday V- Â¬ t 9fffi ittHpr jg FA FABRTOE FOR SUITS mt TB0USER1 HP aJLaV uteLtaNJ AND iaiiSi Vans OVERCOATS 1 f ShiiI 3k JJP wr T1 FT1 T crluo tanro latestTst stxjEis insr TsT r FT wUJsn iraLa O g l irXjZ I UJIfInlI dp IJMUUUMUJ w mK blocks xnsr fSIi8 fiBlU ES f f Sn nLmv Krarw S fl H 9 Hm I1J1IIIII1R1 1 IL I w I If I nj SHBX IBBHr yi 11 I EI5a 49 1 ETHOS j31 I r IHC miBMEi HITv II A I di m 1H S m m A large and fine assortment of fall and winter garments in this line Gentlemen who want a nice stylish garment at a moderate price will do well to inspect this line We will be glad to show yon what we have M m 9 B ST liHI IfBr JE Pea Ridge Mr nnd Mrs Pete Quire aro visit- Â¬ ing the family of Mr Joe Tracy Mr I Graves preached at the school house last Sunday and will preach again on the second Sunday in January Mr I Graves and children are vis- Â¬ iting her parents Mr and Mrs W IS5ilV iIVBt Tracy tfl 1 ft being a very able stood his nibs dressed in citizens preacher has a vein of dry humor clothes while his uniform lay on tne that never fails to command atten- Â¬ floor which we soon dressed the stiff in His nibs then helped us to take tion up the floor wnero no naa already Mr Bailey and wife aro visiting Mr dug a hole and as we wore hurrying John Piorco it I concluded to ask for the money before doing any more Ho said hed Big dinner and dance at Mr Billy pay when tho work was done that I Orutchers Now Years day had no right to tako a partnor or tell my had flown Mr Walkor Chambers and family any one that I growled a from deal good bargain and ho of Louisville accompanied by Miss Daisy Dennis aro visiting Mr John and finally said that ho wotdd give mo 100 making 200 in all and no Dennis more He then drow a pistol but my Miss Annie Collins and Miss Kate pard had him covered with two der Ready visited Miss Bessie Warlord ringers whilo I dragged tho still to the window to throw it out on to tho of Big Eddy last week sidewalk for I would rather havo got History has recorded tho fact that nothing than 200 Well alter somo it is not very agreeable to have tho pnlavor ho camo to terms said hod U S for an onemy Believing this pay tho 500 aflor tho stiff was tho Itidgo scribo cheerfully fur Â¬ buried so wo told him as it was now nished all information answered all getting light that ho owed us 100 questions of tho census man in tho for breaking our nights rest which counties of Franklin Powoll and ho paid up all squaro Wo tlion shook Leo Powoll and Leo wroto it in liandsall round and he loft us and I their big books and no complaint divided tho monoy botweon us Ono weok later my pard brought made but Franklin county seoms hard to ploaso for tho pnpero wore mo a hard bill saying that a Yankee sont baclt from Washington a few paymaster was missing and what weeks ago becaueo tho numb or of was still more 7500 was missing with eggs laid ly scriboo hens did not him Tho bill offered 1000 for infor Â¬ tally with the capital count Tho mation c Well wo were afraid to enumerator was told that it was tako hold but wo got a lawyer who more guesswork about the number of agreed to arrango mattors wo to fur Â¬ eggs laid in a year and that a hen nish what wo know and roceivo 500 who besides Â¬ at Twelfth and Main Ho paid me 100 down yet I didnt liko his looks geant so I took a partner in with mo in Rev T N Arnold preached here case his Yankee Nibs didnt act every nifht until the sleet made square besides taking along a knife travel dangerous Our people always and a couple of derringers Well we tarn out to hear Brother Arnold got the stiff in tho house and there George Graves Mit and Claude Sar Miss Lucy Pierce entertained her young friends last Wednesday with a candy pulling and dinner party other festivities with attachments to celebrate her thirteenth birthday Pea Ridge school closed last week in a blaze of glory speeches nuts c fruits candy books prizes This is tho second session Mr John Dooley has taught our school and now our people aro trying to induce him to teach a subscription school Three weeks ago the Farmers Alliance was organized by Mr White house of Shelby county and was addressed the next week by Mr Bridgeford of Frankfort and others Mr Bridgefords speech suited our people exactly and he is cordially invited to come again and all our people will gladly turn out to hear him What Bud Bridgeford said has been freely commented on here and rumor has it that part of his speech gave offense This is a pity because it certainly was uninten- Â¬ tional The remark complained of was in substance The county taxes citizens to construct turnpikes the citizens tax themselves to assist got another feller to take half the tho county and when the pike is house candle matches a couple of The finished the citizen finds a pole cbibs and fixed for tho haunts across the pike at which he is com- other feller didnt come so I had to pelled to pay toll for traveling a stay in the house alone Well along road he has already been twice taxed about the middle of tho night I to construct and the road really be- Â¬ waked up and hearn the awfullcst longs to two or three men confoundest racket I ever heard I picked up a club put for the door Mr and Mrs Joe Allison of Flat and waited But Capt Tracy will Ureek are visiting Mr lsham JPierce gladly tell his midnight experience Tho Christmas tree at the school in the haunted house to any one house was a very fine treat for all interested Years ago a convict dying in the Two largo trees loaded down with dolls toys candy and other rubbish Indiana State Prison in the presence lighted by scores of candles and of ills brother and the writer said Chinese lanterns was a sight well Time of the war I was drivin a worth seeing Space forbids a list of hack in Louisville and ono dark presents or wno got tnem Dut some cold stormy night the Tarascon young men were made glad with a was late ana i was at tne landing bottle of sorghum a corn dodger waiting for the passongers when a big tall feller in a gum coat and blue and a slice of hogshead cheese uniform asked me if I wanted to Among visitors to the Christmas make short agreed tree we noticed Misses Anna Belle after some money to Infurnish I a skiflj some talk Crockett May Sargeant and Mrs delivered would ltuth Sargeant of Bridgeport Mrs show mo to an address he tho next night for 500 I E Graves of Lexington Messrs Well I made all my arrangements Jack Hukill of Benson Willie got a skiff for 25 and delivered it Â¬ was laying away the number of he to do all business necessary for whose eggs were unknown It is to the other 500 That fellow was sharp be hoped that the friendship between as a tack He arranged it all right collected and divided square by our VX Liiv VJ 1IUU tJllJlL J 14 J lllll wayward doings of ono hen on Pea information Tho body of the poor RidGre murdered paymaster was discovered and being in tho crowd we came very Quite a number of Franklin county near behig summoned on the coro- Â¬ who were acquainted in ners iury All the time he was talk people Louisville twenty five years ago will ing he seemed to enjoy himself and remember the haunted house that treated the whole matter as a huge stood near Twelfth and Main street joke Three days later ho died and Stripped of embelishments the cleared up a greater mystery than story of the house was A Federal the haunted house officer on his way to Nashville with money to pay the divisions under If You had a Friend Gens Thomas flour eyed George About to visit somo section of country where and Meade was enticed into this house robbed murdered and buried malarial disease cither in the form of chilis under the floor Much indignation and fevet or bilious remittent was particularly rife about was expressed through the press at couldwhat would beWe will tho best advice you the time when tho body in tho alone give him on arrlvinj tell you to carry or procure that potent meuniform of a Federal paymaster was dicinal safeguard ilostetters Stomach Hitters known throughout malarial plagued discovered as it was said to be part refiions hero of a deep laid secesh plot to rob surest means and in other countries as tho of disarming tho mlasmatiu paymasters to pay the scourge and robbing it of Its fell destructive Northern influence Not only does It fortify the system Rebel forces under Jackson and Loe by increasing its stamina but overcomes irThis story with the blood curdling regularity ot digestion the liver and the bowshrieks and groans heard in this els and counteracts tho unfavorable effects of over house at midniirht and a litrht seen roughexertion bodily and menial exposure in weather or occupation too sedentary or occasionally formed a very neat laborious loss of appetite and excessive ner Â¬ ghost story so that tho house stood vousness TlKMunctlons of alimentation bil- Â¬ ious secretion and sleep Have in it a most empty for several years Our veteran school trustee Capt powerful and reliable auxiliary Will Tracy once lived in the haunted house but let him speak Chance to buy Encyclopedia Hrifanica for himself You see I hearn the house was at 130 per volume Guaranteed to lie haunted but bein bound to have a only exact reprint house I rented it after inquirin what K K XcCLURE 15 regiment the ghost belonged to and bein told that it wasnt a Kentucky ghost but a Seventh Vermonter I OUR VERY BEST fisEO Â¬ Â¬ Fy JkJjm 4teK M 3P Qi -- J TTi ff WlvlVHr f ifi TSI 1 BsJfe2fcR Wll ffi Efs JA fLJaLvSLJ IS oJL Jl Olli FOR- - w 3klP flil IS K 40 PREP VRED TO FILL ALL ORnEIH Pyililfo uui rlQuiS alii nulfll iloIyflS FOR Telepibonse Oormectiozi 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for any ono avIjc wisb3 to try it Do not accept any Â¬ Â¬ - ENJOYS Â¬ mm for vyggg5syss Infants and Children CoHtorla enrca Colic Constipation Sour Stomach Diarrhoea Eructation Kills Worms givos sluep and promotes di gestion Without injurious medication Â¬ C as t o r I a Is 60 well adapted to children Uiat I recommend it as superior to ny prescription known to mo II A Archer M D Ill So Oxford St Brooklyn N Y The uao ot Castoria Ls so universal and merits so well known that it seems a work ot supererogation to endorse it Few are the intelligent families who do not keep Castoria within easy reach CiULOS ItinTYH DD New York City Bloomingdalo Kcfonaed Church Lato Pastor Itfl For several years I havo recommended your Castoria aud shall always coutinuo to so as it has Invariably produced beneficial do results Edwin F Pardbb M D Tho Wlnthrop 123th street and 7th Avo New York City 77 substitute Tmt CsTr1u11 Company Muukay Sthkkt Nkw York CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SAN FRANCISCO CAL LOUISVIUE KY HEW YOltK NY V TWpr CRUTCHER MENS SUITS OVERCOATS DISSOLUTION SALE DISSOLUTION SALE FURNISHING GOODS x N ID STARKS double a Splendid Cassimere Suit worth elegant Plaid Overcoats worth 6 50 Cut Splendid for Ulsters Blue Chinchilla fire for sold readily before Buys a splendid Chinchilla Custom Made you and duced from 1500 2000 2500 and 2200 Double Breasted Fancy Cashmere Vests the very latest For a Beautiful Pattern worth 750 For a Beautiful Pattern worth 800 500 For the money worth about yOO quality Suit 1500 to 1850 1000 For Fancy Long 350 For Strong Long sold 800 500 our 1400 700 1500 2000 2500 Ulster our Overcoats get For 1000 Smr7Z5 For Mens Good Strong Sack Suits worth 600 For Mens Good Strong Suits all sizes worth 8750 re- Â¬ 50C 20C to 20c 3T 1 50C 100 cut to 50 50C 30C Jersey and Scotch Seamless Cashmere Wool Gloves worth 75c Splendid Jeans Drawers worth 50c 2C Splendid Canton Flannel Drawers worth 60c Unlaundried Shirts New York Mills Cotton 4 ply linen bosoms worth Camels Hair Shirt and JDrawers any size fast flyers at 100 Elegant Marino Half hose any size and were good selling at 35c cut 500 300 250 550 3 l 3c 12 1-2- C- I DKE ggING KOBES SMOKING JACKETS IOC 3 JL 3C IOC 15C For a Fine All Silk Smoking Jacket sold for 7 50 For Fine Tricot Navy Blue Farmers Satin Lined sold for 809 2000 re Dressing Robes in Navy Blue Cardinal 700 800 1000 1500 duced from 1000 1200 31500 and giaoo tr ft 85c cut to 50c -- 50C Seamless Sox cheap at 20c cut to 8jc Shaker Sox worth 25c cut to Celluloid Collar any size sold for 20c cut to 10c cut to 8jc 4 ply Splendid Collar all the latest styles were sold for cut to 10c 4 ply Linen Collar every size Suspenders sold for 30c 35c cut to 15c Elegant Black White and Fancy Colored Suspenders sold readily for 75c I2c i6c I2c were sold for double the money go at 40c were great sellers at 30c all go at 20c Beautiful Scarfs 1 5tOC Elegant Japanese Hemstitched and Colored Borders Silk Handkerchiefs 20C If n as Jewelry Cuff But tons Scarf Pins Sleeve and Hosiery Support ers and a thousand 1v and one things that gentlemen appreciate We have an endless Â¬ Â¬ variety and when you are selecting your presents do not for get them as all go at Dissolution Prices to better accommodate all I P STARKS dissolving 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 put on all over the house been 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 OUR MR in Goods Â¬ 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 alV W go at our Dissolution Â¬ SHOES 8c BOOTS For 150Ladies Rubbers SOd- Splendid Pair Boots sold every place for 200 - BOYS SUITS OVERCOATS For a Boys WarmJSuit sold for 125 For a Boys Warm Suit sold for 150 SOC Misses SchoolJShoes For a Good Suit 4 to 12 years sold for 200 Our line of Heavy Boots for 200 2 25 250 and 300 all splendid qualities For a Boys Overcoat worth 150 and for less money than you ever saw them before For a Good Warm Suit worth 350 Mens Congress or Ball Shoes any size splendid grades sold for Our line of Boys Overcoats cut to 150 200 250 300 400 up to giooo 150 cut to 125 Our line of Ladies and Mens Shoes the largest ever shown in the city We show are real good values at double the money For choice of 100 pairs Knee Pants every thing in the ShoeJandJBoot line you can call for and all go at the Great Dissoluj tion Cut Prices fc53 For choice of 153 pair Knee Pants sold for 60c to 65c 75C Mens Arctics 125 750 150 85c 50C v 250 H 2oC STORE OPEN NIGHTSii UNTIL 9 OCLOCK SATURDAY 11 0CLOCK t CRUTCHER m STMKS0 AiuuAiswjuuv HPNT AY APPPftVAF jriJUAWfliku f iflM