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KTTI pip 11 The GEO A LEWIS Frmkfort Roundabout A WE KELT PAPER DHVOTHI Iullisher To IOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS JANUARY 10 Â¬ TEllMS S100 In Advance Volume XIV Peaks mill We had a cold Christmas with plenty of snow and ico Our Ohriatmas tree was nicely decorated and lllled with presents but all the pleasure of the occasion was destroyed by a disgraceful row The gentleman who acted as Santa FRANKFORT ment a number of friends and rela Â¬ tives assembled in the church at this place on Christmas day to witness tho marriage of Mr W Goin and Miss Annio Roberts At 3J oclock p m tho bridal party entored and marched to tho altar whero they were met by Rev II M Polsgrove who in a very beautiful ceremony pronounced tho happy couple man and wife Wo wish them joy and all the connubial bliss possible Our school will close here to day Miss Nellie Why should this bo offers her services as subscription school teacher Parents should keep their children in school when possible Sap Sucker KY 1891 Number 18 Internal Revenue Assign ments The assignments of revenue ofilcors for thissection mado by Collector Mc- Â¬ Dowell which took effect on January 1 are as follows STOREKEEPERS R K McCLURE HO FOR THE HOLIDAYS Come to us now for u H i pretty hot water Glaus was knocked down by some unknown person and some one emp Â¬ tied his pistol in a crowd of ladies but fortunately no one was injured Two parties then wanted to flght at least one of them did while the other wbb being held but as soon asÂ¬ he was released Uip beligeront indi vidual cooled down considerably and was not near so anxious as he He afterwards thought he was tried to renew the fuss when he was quieted by a gentleman from Owen county who threatened to carve him with a knife A pension agent has been looking into some pension frauds in this neighborhood and has one citizen in dalo Blackburn A W night E H Tay- Â¬ Sons No 53 lor Jr Brown Orlando night W A Gaines J W day duty at J N Blakemores distillery No 9J Farm Bash ford Is Life Worth Living This is a question that would be answered very differently by different individuals To some living is a to others life is a Sure enjoymentman or woman who To a never feels well who arises in the morning unrefreshed with a tired languid feeling life is indeed burdensome This is the result of a torpid liver inactive condition of c the kidneys a foul stomach This condition can all be quicMy changed anoVlife made happy by the Hales use of the new remedy--D- r Household Tea the great blood and nerve tonic It cures all illiousness constipation inaction of tho liver and kidneys and makes a person feel new 50 cent packages at Phil Carpenters drug store South -- Mr John Courtney of Woodford county has been visiting friends in this neighborhood Mr Oily Floriah and MiflU Hdtchln oen were married on Tuesday De Â¬ cember 23d at the residence of the btides father by Rev J A Peters A pound party was given at the residence of Mr E M Bambo on Sulphur Lick on Tuesday evening December 23d Mr John Baker has applied for a pension and it is to be hoped he will receive it Mr W P Marsh addressed the Farmers and Laborers Union on the 20th of December We think he is on the right iBsue and wish him 8UCC888 Side 1 Mr Henry Shipp is visiting friends in Owen county Hops are becoming quite fashion- Â¬ able in this section Mr E R Baker of Illinois visited his father Mr Dudley Baker in this neighborhood on Christmas but is now visiting friends near Midway Mrs Carswell Of Leroy N Y Was dying of Neu Â¬ ralgia of the Heart The attending physician had made his last visit ana said there was no possible chance of her living but a lew hours tier son had been telegraphed for from Rochester to come and see her die At this critical moment an agent sell- Â¬ ing Dr Hales Household Ointment called at the house and told them the lady need not die at that time if tie she would loiiow nis airecuons was so earnest and positive that the family concluded to try the new rem- Â¬ edy and began applying it at onco to the region about the heart the pain soon ceased and Mrs Carswell rapid- Â¬ ly recovered and is alive and well to- Â¬ day and she and all her family says Dr Hales Household Ointment saved her This wonderful medicine can be had at Phil Carpenters drug store 1 South Side mailed free SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta ua - m QWTTnTTS fl ATATJRTT TTRMEDY baum No 3 Midway Webb For many years I havo been sorely more No Isaac day J M Blake96 near Frankfort afflicted with Eczema on my faoe Willis T day The eruption was in large splotches DistillerySCompany The Glen SpringNo 57 nearVerÂ¬ and cancerous nature I had treatment from a number of experienced Â¬ Wood physicians with little or no benefit ham No M F night Labrot Gra 52 near Frankfort and only of a temporary nature After other treatment had failed I a AUGERS bought seven bottles of S S S from Berryman J W to W A Gaines Messrs Tennille Holland of Troy Co No 4 and same No 106 and Ala and it cured me I feel like a Sons new man my painful troubles and E H Taylor Jr apprehension is all gone and now at Lewis J B special duty with sixty years of age 1 am once more revenue agent restored to health and it is due en- Â¬ McAlister C G to J N Blakemore tirely to S S S My Post Office is and Geo T Stagg No 113 Gra- Â¬ Labrot Pinkerton S Orion Pike county Ala ham and Glenn Spring Distillery Hiram Thweatt Treatise onBloodand Skin Diseases Company Cancerous Eczema near Frankfort night W A Gaines Co No 100 near Frankfort Phelps Z J day George T Stagg No 2 near Frankfort Postlethwaite T R day E H Taylor Jr Sons No 63 near Frankfort Sco field F M night John Coch- Â¬ ran Co No 37 near Frankfort Smoot J H night George T Stagg Nos 2 and 113 near Frank- Â¬ fort Stivers F P additional W A Gaines Co No 4 Frankfort Stuart G W day W A Gaines Co No 106 near Frankfort Veach J B night S J Green- Â¬ Owen W Co No 37 i No 9 Midway MoEldowny William day Labrot Graham No 62 near Frankfort Mitchell F A day George T Stagg No 113 near Frankfort Morris W S day John Cochran Frankfort Fitch T 0 additional E H Tay-Â¬ SonsNo 53 near Frankfort lor Jr Jouett F E day S J Greenbaum Co No 4 Finnnli L H day Co No 4 Frankfort W A Gaines HOLIDAY GOODS WE HAVE TOY Viffl m BOOKS IN GREAT VARIETY vr The nicest selections of BIBLES Wf v ever in the city X ii i Kr t Vv WRITING DESKS AND DRAWING BOXES OF PAPER AND ENVELOPES AND CHRISTMAS CARDS AND BOOKLETS Dto n positive cure for Catarrh Diphtheria and Canker Mouth 28 For sale by J W Gayle Comprfny Weitzel J U to John Cochran Co George T Stagg No 2 and E H Taylor Jr Sons rectifiers 8TOREKEEPER GAUGER Walcutt O M to The Newmarket Some of the prettiest you evert stnv vuiue uiiu sue uur siuuii and you will buy 4 Shepard S S to No 91 Frankfort J J M Saffell WE CAN AND DO it has been fully demonstrated to the people of this country that it is superior to all other preparations for olood diseases It isapositivocure for svphilitic poisoning Ulcers Eruptions and Pimples It purines the for Pleasurevllle Breeden had the misfortune to fall on the pike Tuesday night and cut his knee so badly that three or four stitches were necessary to hold the wound together J W Reeves of Hill Spring moved into the house here Tuesday which he bought of W H Willett Miss Emma Baxter of Midway is visiting her aunt Mrs J W Reeves The house at Hill Spring vacated last Tuesday by J W Reeves was destroyed by fire Tuesday night L Insurance 1000 loss 1750 Willis Reeves of Shelby county was in town Wednesday Tuck Dunevant sold 5000 lbs of tobacco at an average of 1525 2150 being the highest price Keno Our Town Marshal Mr J M The vast amount of labor per-Â¬ formed by the heart in keeping all portions of tho body supplied with blood is not generally known It Â¬ beats 100000 times and forces the blood at the rate of 168 miles a day whole system and thoroughly builds which is 3000000000 times and 5150 880 miles in a life time No wonder up tho constitution 9 J W Gayle Druggist there are bo many Heart Failures The first symptoms are shortness of breath when exercising pain in the ARE YOU MADE miserable by In- Â¬ side or stomach fluttering choking Dizziness in throat oppression then follow digestion Consumption Loss of Appetite Yellow Skin Shi weak hungry or smothering spells lohs Vitalizer is a positive cure swollen ankles etc Dr Franklin 28 For sale by J W Gayle Miles New Heart Cure is the only m reliable remedy Sold by J W 1 We cant tell you with any degree Gayle Frankfort Ky of certainty who wrote the poem entitled Beautiful Snow because A Card it is a disputed point but we can tell you to a positive certainty that Gan ters magic chicken cholera cure will I desire to say to my friends and restore your sick chickens to perfect health If it fails to do it your LeCompte Gayle Co will in no way money will be refunded by Phil affect my business at the old store Carpenter nninnt Ann nnrl Prnnflwnv wliinli shall continue to havo my closest per- - Guarantee Dr Ackers Blood Elixir Marvelous Endurance McCLURE BUY YOUR HARDWARE PROM RAY CHURCH F N Dr Hales Household Oint Â¬ ment Curos neuralgia and rheumatism Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum in the most soothing manner Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Cures Coughs and Colds Can bo Outs bruises taken internally burns chilblains sores ot long scanu ing corns and bunions are cured ciuicklv different from all else suno rior to all olso it has no equal 25 and Sold 50o boxes largo size cheapest at Phil Carpouters drug Btoro South 52 Side o Is the finest cure in the world It absolutely cures catarrh It cures Autiocli attended According itieL SSKasSrei Miss Nellie Lines gave her school a Christmas tree which was largely to-- public announce J W Gayle a common ordinary pill when they can secure a valuable English one for SHILOHS CURE will immediately tho same money Dr Ackers Eng Â¬ lish pills are a positive cure for sick relievo Croup Whooping Cough and headache and all liver troubles Thoy Bronchitis 28 are small sweet easily taken and do For salo by J W Gayle not gripe 9 J W Gayle Druggist A CHILD KILLED Another child killed by the nee of WHY WILL YOU cough when Shi opiates given in the form of Soothing lohs Cure will give immediate relief Syrup Why mothers give thoir Price 10 cts 50 cts and 1 children such deadly poison is surpris 28 For salo by J W Gayle ing when they can relievo the child of its peculiar troubles by using Dr a lasting and Ackers Baby Soother It contains no HACKMETAOK fragrant perfume Price 25 and 50 opium or morphine Scl by cents 9 J W Gayle Druggist 28 For salo by J W Gayle FOR DYSPEPSIA and Liver Com Â¬ plaint you have a printed guarantee CANT SLEEP NIGHTS on every bottlo of Shilohs Vitilizer Is tho complaint of thousands suffer Â¬ It never fails to euro ing from Asthma Consumption 28 For salo by J W Gayle Coughs etc Did you over try Dr Aoknors English Remedy It iB tho best preparation known for all Lung IS LIFE WORTH LIVING Troublos Sold on a positive guaran Not if you go through the world a tee at 25c and 50o dyspeptic Dr Ackorfl Dyspepsia 9 W Gayle Druggist J Tablets are a positive ouro for theÂ¬ worst forms of Dyspepsia Indiges A NASAL INJECTOR free with oach tion Flatulenoy and Constipation bottle of Shilohs Catarrh Remedy Guaranteed and sold by Price 50 cents 9 J W Gayle Druggist 28 For sale by J W Gayle 18 Â¬ Â¬ A DUTY TO YOIIRSfitF It is surprising that people will use The Leading Hardware Merchants BUIllU ilUtUUHUU Respectfully MASTIH BROS -- HEADQUARTERS FOR- - Suites to iiio Sporting Goods Hunting l Ldd Shells Exainlno our stock I mm I Cms Ordered it Vkalesilo Prices WelMiutlo nothing but STANDARD iOODS iitul our prices we KUirmtee before purchasing elsUHhore IsTOTIOE 1 yrimklln county for buloUliiR neur the mouth of Flat Creek on the South side of the Ken tucky river known as imrt ot the James Hurrou farm Apply to T HAVE 88 ACRES OF DESIRABLE LAND IX Â¬ FOR SALE WE nice hulldlnt lot iJxSO feet on Logan street between Third uml Campbell In South SCOTT A VI0L1TT Frankfort Oct HAVE FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN X w HLEWIS Deo 6 Um ut llurvleland ll Sm MiiMiMWWMWlNIllllIMWCTMroiBnMWBaMBMMMMMaMaaiMMBMMMMIMW - Personal H 0 Dunicrnn will leave next The friends of Prof E S Fogg ii week for a visit to Texas this city will bo interested in tho Dan M Bomar of the Woodford following from tho Covington Oom 4 i was in the city Thursday monwealth rMiss Annie Mahoney has returned About fifty people who claim to rom a visit to Atlanta Georgia be Christians made an attack on Prof Fogg a short time ago The 3 Mr D B Logan of Pineville was 5 poor fellow saw that he had been i the city the ilrst of the week overpowered and at once surrender- Â¬ -- AND DEALER IN- ed He shouted to tho eager intru Â¬ Mr Edcar Jett of Indiana is visit- ders Walk in and take possession ing relatives in this city and county The house is yours After they Mr W J Parker of Paris paid had crowded in and filled parlor Frankfort a flying visit last Tuesday Wednesday morning the day dining room and hall S 0 DeGar IPE AND FITTINGS ETC STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO coaches being left by the side of the mo addressed the Professor in a Mies Mary Ely returned Tuesday JOB AND CONTRACT WORK ALL WORK short speech then a short prayer by j evening from a visit to Connecticut track GUARANTEED W Baker then came Prof Rev T ASTKFORT KBNTTJKOY Minn dnrrHo Dnnnnn is viRifinrr Vipr Foggs reply He looked very much In roar of Salondors Grooory ti sister Mrs John Starks in Louisville A Youthful Criminal like one comdemned to be hung when ho first began his speech but Mr Delano Walcutt left for Colum- he soon became more natural and EVERr Â¬ John G Spencer a white boy who quite serious on bus Ohio on a business trip Thurs He closed his shor day will not be eleven years of age until talk by giving God all tho glory It THAT CAN BE RELIED ON Mrs Reuben Wells of Paterson next April was tried in the United was the biggest pounding I have BE UP - States Court in this city on Wednes Â¬ seen for some time N J is visiting Mrs Wickliffe Chapway the neoDlo By to man TO day upon the charge of breaking know the Prof E S Eogg ouchtThe who is - into the post ofllce Mr R H Nicol left Tuesday mornTHE MARK at Fincastle in Commonwealth ing for Orlando Fla to spend the Lee county and stealing five dollars somo trouble to reporter has gone to find out something BEARS THIS MARK I winter this wonderful cornetist I and thirty one cents The jury found aboutbefore me have some scraps of old Miss Maggie A Lewis returned Sat urday from a visit to relatives in him guilty and his punishment was history Prof E S Fogg is the son fixed at five years confinement in of Prof Rufus Fogg who was born Louisville the House of Correction at Washing Â¬ July 31 1818 in York county Maine Miss Mary Browder has returned He played the first organ that home after a visit to her sister in ton City He is a pale sickly looking introduced in one of tho churcheswas in child large for his age and is a son Boston It is claimed that he gave Louisville Miss Belle Clay of Lexington is of Thos Spencer of Lee county He D H Baldwin his first lesson in visiting Miss Christine Reynolds at will be taken to Washington next music Prof Rufus Fogg came to Fleetwood Wednesday by Deputy U S Marshal Kentucky in 1839 married a Kentucky B9J 4iflP womon joined the Christian Mrs W H Botts and son of Louis- - Con McOarty church and is a worthy member of NEEDS NO LAUNDERING CAN BE WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMENT ville visited Mr Sol Harris and family that church to day Prof E S Fogg on Wednesday developed - a wonderful talent for THE The U S Court music when a verv small bov His Miss Katye Coleman of Louisville COLLAR IN THE MARKET is visiting Miss Lida Mangan on The tegular winter term of the U father purchased a very fine cornet and said he would give it to the boy Holmes street S District Court was commenced at who would learn the scale the best MIbs Nellie Orbison left Tuesday Ed on- - Monday and in a certain length of time afternoon to visit friends in Knox- - the Custom House was the youngest of five children has continued during the week The and they all ville Tennessee tried thoir hand and time of the court was mostly con- Â¬ little Ed as he was then called won Mr W A Holland editor of the He Eminence Constitutionalist was in sumed with the trial of internal rev- Â¬ the prizeyears taught band music old has been employ Un JMVJ WlnOGo enue cases but few civil cases being when 12 v JUC7 nU TTQUUtDUa ed in several churches by the year13 PREPARED TO FILL ALL ORDERS FOR- taken up The grand jury found only since niB conversion Miss Maggie J Scheaffer has re- engage- Â¬ the a few indictments one of them be- Â¬ ment was at Grace M lust Church tuniuu uuuib iiuiu xjuhioviiic tvncio E she spent the holidays ing against Frank Steele for sending Chicago He left there because the Mr H Q Johnson of the Capital an obscene letter through the mail climate did not agree with him nor his wife He is engaged revival If returned Monday after two weeks He was arrested yesterday and gave work conducts the music inand will FOR ViBib ill utsiierBim uuuuy bond in 500 to appear at the next go to any church Baptist Christian Mrs M P Gray and Miss Drue term The court adjourned yester- Â¬ Presbyterian or Methodist HiB soul Church returned Monday from a visit day afternoon is inspired with the love of God It to their sister in Dayton Ohio has been said by people who ought to know that no man can get as Miss Christine Reynolds of Fleet sweet music out of sacred songs A New President Wood visited Miss Belle Clay in with a cornet as Prof E S Fogg Lexington the first of the week At the Annual meeting of the Let Covington boast of having such 261 West Jefferson Street Louisville Ky Miss Florence Johnson of Wood- Â¬ a citizen ford county has been visiting Miss Stockholders of the Frankfort Water 83 Sm Lena W Coke in this city this week Company held in this city last week Death Hardin Mr Ben L Bryant late traveling Col J Stoddard Johnson declined to passenger agent of the St Louis Air serve further as the President of the COAIC Mr Parker Hardin second son of if Line Railroad was in the city Wed Company when Gen D W Lindsey Attorney General P W Hardin nesday was elected in his place Mr H E who has been attending the Law Af ro TMinmriB HrifTin - nri phllrl TuVin -- Jeakel of Louisville has been em- Â¬ School of tho University of Vir- Â¬ m nave Decn visiung reiuuve nure re- - ployed as engineer at the pump ginia and was brought home sevwj turned to uiuir jiumu in xiuuiuvnte house and has taken charge He eral weeks ago very ill with typhoid K Monday fever died yesterday morning at Miss Nettie Cox of this county brought his fireman with him who has been visiting friends in Lex- the residence of his father on South ffiington ha3 returned to her home in Being Transferred Shelby street He was a bright fit ima cuuni intelligent young man and his un- Â¬ Miss Stella Sower left for her home A squad of one hundred and eighty in Brazil Indiana Wednesday morn convicts were brought into the Peni- Â¬ timely death is a sad blow to his ing after a protracted visit to relatives tentiary Tuesday evening who have parents and a large circle of friends ih this city been at work upon the Kentucky Mrs P B Hunt who has been vis Union Railroad One hundred and Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria Mr Frank Ohinn iting her - sixty nine of them were transferred Heft Monday for her home in Greenfe ville Mississippi to the Branch Penitentiary at Eddy married One of ville Wednesday evening v Misses Adelma Crutcher and Eva DEALEHS IN TH- y Macklin who have been visiting their them jumped from thetrain and made Onen Butcher and parents nere returned to scnooi at his escape while on the way Ky were Miss Gertrude irlflle of Worthvllle Shelbyville on Monday united In the bonds ot matrimony by Rev H G Henderson at tbe residence of Mr W H Of Elevator foot stedle rii lirauuii uulce corner tit Clair and Wapping Streets futt In this city Tuesdny night January G 18H Prlnclp ti OilUii util itllO U Miss Mary Samuel of Louisville ttlLK iiAltlOlD MamtKer 1elH phones Mir 2 Coming Back and Miss Katie Johnson of Graefens Thomas Smith of was married to Miss Kate Fcbert of this Ohio burg are visiting their cousins the Mr Clay H Hatchitt and wife for- Â¬ city by Rev II G Henderson at the residence Misses Mulholland near Farmdale of Mr Chus Igbert on Wednesday etenlng Janmerly of this city who are now liv- Â¬ uary 1891 tit b oclock -ing in Colorado will return to Ken- Â¬ L F KfMr venienco except the long delay Miss Mary says there was less confusion than she would have supposed possi Â¬ ble for such a wreck and that it was a mystery to her that a number of the passengers in the day coaches were not killed as the coaches rolled down a high embankment immedi- Â¬ ately after the explosion of the boiler No one was seriously hurt except the engineer and fireman who were killed by the explosion The sleeper reached here at 4 oclock Heartless Assault 1 V WARG liLii 3 lumber GasSteam Fitter Gas mm PRACTICAL Fl ml II llll IIU 11lJJIlLimU 11 SSI1 Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Closets WATERPROOF COLLAR CUFF Not to gtoitf KTQt IDJjBOQlOlTi tO TRADE LLULOID Mark ONLYLJNEN LINED WATERPROOF H S - J THOMPSON -- -- polios Cut Flowers Funerals Telephone OorLaaection - - - m Floral Deigns Weddings of Parker f FBiAlTKFOElT ELEVATOE Â¬ Â¬ son-in-la- w BUTCHER-GRIFFIK-- HajEsS1 GLDES OIF COAL SMITH-EGBERT-- Â¬ tucky next month and take charge The Constitutional Covention re- of a farm near Georgetown which assembled on Tuesday after a two Col It P Pepper of this city father weeks recess and have resumed the of Mrs Hatchitt recently purchased work of constructing a Constitution for them Mr Hatchitt will engage in the breeding of fine trotters Gone to 3Se w York Â¬ Back Again and at It GANTERS OIK S XjE AT A Borcrv JOHNSTON To the wife of Charles L John- Â¬ ston on January G 1891 u son Robert Chliin MAGRIIDER In this county on Decern cr25 1890 to Mr J M Ma grader and wife u son SZYMANSKI In this city on December 28 1890 to Mr Alex Szyiimnski and wife u daugh MAGIC SHELBY CO HAVi FOR WEthe Jlurkfcburj SAL13 Farm FARM LOW FIGURK 120 Â¬ ter Mr W L McLean the artist for The alarm of Are Wednesday night Imerly of this city has left Louisville to New York where he about half past ten was occasioned land gone in fu- - by the explosion of a coal oil stove t will open a studio and reside at the residence of Mrs F A Burn- Â¬ ture ley on Wapping street The Are de Â¬ partment ran out but threw no water Masquerade as the flames were extinguished with The German Benevolent Associa blankets tion of this citya are making arrange grand masquerade ments to give Pensioned on the 9th of February at the hop Mr Jon R McCauley of this city Capital Hotel was on Monday granted a pension for services during the late war A PLEASING SENSE Of health and strength renewed and Judge of ease and comfort follows the use in When old bed byJowler was tucked Mrs Mouser ho his little of Syrup of Figs as it acts in harmo- couldnt sleep a wink until the ex- Â¬ ny with nature to effectually cleanse cellent woman had brought a bottle the system when costive or bilious of Dr Bull Cough Syrupand Then he sunk in crossed his little hands For sale in 50c and 100 bottles by all sweet repose 18 lm leading druggists I can safely recommend your Sal- Â¬ vation Oil to all suffering with rheu Â¬ matism as I was a suffer and before Was in Wreck I had finished using the first bottle MiBS Mary Ely of this city was on waB entirely cured Jos S Fox Cattle Dealer O train due hero 640 p m 117 Nort h Broadway Hho O Baltimore Md Tuesday which was wrecked near Olympia Tuesday afternoon by the property known as Fon Rent explosion of the boiler of the engine the Gen John The Rodman place Terms but being in the sleeper which did not reasonable R W MoRery leave the track she suffered noincon- - 18 lm Â¬ Wednesday Nights Alarm to Mr CAPLINGER At ln this city on January Capllnser and wife a son 5 1891 REMOVER cc C3 ftT5 Recommended as the Best Co Ia May 1880 from temporary sleeplessness from ovurworli for tvo years for whioh I used Pastor liouiiij e Horvo Tonic nnd om rooommena same L9 tho boat raedlolnu for similar troubles F B0BMH0B8T at Francis Wis Oct 241883 A member of my congregation used Pastor KooniKB ftcno Tonio with good results The pati out wad ho nervous thnt ho could not find elocp for weeks Ho Buffered from the most ln tenso anxiety which bordered on insanity I ton person eomo of Koonii bNitvo Tonio and ha continued to uso it The appetite returned Krodually tho anxiety disappeared the headaoh left and to day tho nulToror who bad almost des Â¬ paired ia enjoying excellent health u 1 aIorJ iUrB Plymouth The Magic Remover fills a long felt want with owners of Ilorhes or Mules with Wnrtu Knots Hruises Cuts Strains Sprains Old Soros Barb Wire Cuts etc It niakcti no difference how long the knot lias been there or how hard it is if it is not of tho bone wo will take it oil on tho NO CURE NO PAY plan In removing tho knot tin hair comes off and tho place becomes very bore when you etop using it tho hair comes back its original color and not a trnco of tho knot is left For plan of insurance etc call ut tho undersigned druggists and bring your animal with you a CARPE tothrUtlansburg one and a quaiter miles iiom Bagdad Over 100 acres In blue grass and clover penty of water road Irom Hitulid ljluc on the containing acres kooU orchurd line Iolum move and good house of eight rooms upon the place and Hellof splen Â¬ did wittei at tin uoor For terms apiih to SCOTT VIOLKTT Nov-l-S- m Fraukfort Ky CRI iMJ HMHj -- BH Rfefe JIMivittE2vVA nn LEXINGTONKY1 mm i St- rw IP tW wl I MilDU YOU WANT UemElskampPtOT Onr Pamphlet for sufferers of norvons di Â¬ seases will be sent free to any address and poor patients can also obtain this medicine free ofebargo from us prepared by tho Reverend Tbla remedy has been Pastor Koonlg of Fort Wayne Ind for the past ten years and is now prepared under bis direc tion by tho Â¬ GOOD BREAD AND A HAPPY COOK USE CREAM LEXINGTON FLOUR ROLLER MILLS KY 80 Wi KOENIO MEDICINE OO For Sale by MADE BY tUoJsN J Price SI per Bottle S Bottle for W QAYLE Druggist Frankfort Ky CDICAQO oer Costa ft SOLD BY 0RUQGIST8 ILL f5 P H COMPANY SOUTH SIDE DRUGGISTS LEXINGTON I rggg5gEUggggg1gigllg5g5lflra 1t5TlWWWKfcjflpWEWHi vt t KarTiPTi ttmst tt wyw a iTTWfffftrffillmBmga fl mf ra vfJSvtW iK 3 nTjPjRl II ID II COST for C4kSE3E N Below we offer our entire stock of Groceries to the public at tk 0 Sugar 20 lbs for SI 00 A CARD m Having determined to fitltl several now features to our Implement Harness and Buggy Departments mid to carry a much larger and varied stock than heretofore which when run te its We have there- Â¬ full capacity will require nil of our attention fore concluded to retire from the grocery business and we are Wo desire to offering owr stock of groceries to the public say that everything offered will be sold at cost and nothing Â¬ I r Granulated Sugar 15 lbs for Pill Powdered Sugar 13 lbs for U Cut Loaf 13 lbs for Canned Tomatoes 3 lb cans per dozen ozen Si 05 cents 95 cents oo m Sugar Corn per Rice 6 cents per pound c Lard 7 cents per pound French Canned Peas 15 and 20 cents per can Mush Rooms 15 cents per can i i will be reserved Before retiring from the grocery business we desire to ex 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¬ Laundry Soap 8 and 9 bars for 25 cents In fact every thing in the Grocery Department will be sold at cost for Very respectfully O- - ZE2 Or-u-tcixe- z Co Â¬ O R CRUTCHER Rggggggggggggl BggggS ggggggggggggsV CASH only CO ggggfl gggggggggggsW1 If Forks of Elkliorn Miss Jonnio Goddard has returned home from an extended visitto friends 1n Lexington Messrs J W French and L C South are attending the U S Court at Frankfort as jurymen Christmas passed rather more quietly than usual Mr Jas R Shaw having resigned his position as agent of the K M R R at this place Mr Redd has been installed as his successor Regular services at the Buck Run Church to day and to morrow at the usual hours Rev E N Walne has resigned the pastorate of the Buck Run Church His successor has not yet been chosen Rev M Club has been recalled to serve aspastor of the Christian Church for the present year Erie Burdin is visiting realatives at Mt Sterling During the recent cold spell several Â¬ iwl I I m I week ice houses were filled ft Mr F M Featherston and wife have been in Georgetown several days this Mr Howard Stedman and wife of Georgetown visited friends ond relaTlie Clemcnccau Case tives in this place recently Our school resumed operations last This celebrated play -- will be pre- Â¬ Monday The teachers and pupils Â¬ came together with minds and bodiesÂ¬ sented at the Opera House on Wedvery greatly refreshed A full attend- nesday evening January 14th by a ance first class company The plot of the Miss Lizzie French has returned play is well woven and the piece ex- Â¬ home from a visit of several days to ceedingly interesting throughout friends in Frankfort Candy pullings are very plentiful in these parts at present OHE DOLLAR WEEKLY Mrs Pat Shaw wishes us to state that she considers Dr R O French BUYS A GOOD GOLD WATOH our own Calley as one of the most reception was received with shouts of approbation Billy Emerson was received with the tumultuous ap plause thnt always greet his appear- Â¬ ance on the boards The work of Barney Fagan in pro- Â¬ ducing the two spectacular produc- Â¬ tions the Alpine Mountaineers and the Phantom Cuirassiers were well received and earned curtain calls for Fagan each time The musical team Fields and Hanson also made a good hit the audience giving them several encores By far the bfst team of acrobats ever presented hore was seen when the seven Oraggs brothers appeared Their tumbling was one of the most remarkable features of an unusually They were food performance back four times by the ap- Â¬ preciative audience who never seemed to fire of their agility The youngest member of the family ap- Â¬ pears to be scarcely seven or eight years of age but he was equal to his older brothers at weight for age The wliolo performance was a glittering success from the olio to thofinrls and when the audience left ic could not fail to be satisfied that the show wt s all it claimad to be -- Courier Journal At the Opera House on Monday evening Jan 12th ggggggggggsV AGENCY forN l too taws stract or ratents v Obtain A DamDhlet of Information and ab snowing now to caventn Trade vHtm copyrignts tent jrtt AddnM MUNN CO 301 Broadway New York PILES SALT RHEUM THE GREAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY FOR ECZEMA WOUNDS BURNS PILESI c ILL- - m m SORES CROUP BRONCHITIS Send three two cent stamps for free sample box and book PRICE 50 CENTS- - HIS - ROOMS 41 TK R O I D SOHP TAR OID CO Crowded and Everybody Satisfied and Many FOR MEDICINAL BATH TOILET AND NURSERY PURPOSES Praising Him CHICAGO For sale by Dec 13 iy ilPH THE -- ROUNDABOUT sgPJHSIliiMgBlNv gggggcaiiliiv ilLaMBtl3g gggggWaSslBggggggggg infsfiH gK AflPB BBBBBBBBB9M 1 iMJV 14 JBssui7 ggggEKB miizzz3KZ excellent physicians that has ever j35Hr practiced in her family BY OUR CLUB SYSTEM SniHJL Miss Hannah Newman has returned a visit to her sister Mrs home from Our 14 caret patent stiffened gold cases are warranted lor 20 yean Waltluin and Elgin Warren in LouiBville movement relluble and well known Stem wind or or gents JMr Gus Talbott who has been in und set huntingany open face ladyssell one of W M D R 70 watch Enuulto We feeble health for somo time we are size watches for tliesn Â¬ glad to announce has very much imSURGEON AND SPECIALIST proved And In charge of the Electrical unci Surgical Mr B F Heaton has received his Uepnrtment of th Coffee Medical Institute mammoth game rooster and send to any address by registered mill or Louisville Kvut the by express C O Dwlth privilege of examina Â¬ Â¬ Corn is being delivered in Frank- tion CAPITAL HOTEL FRANKFORT Our agent at Durham N C wr M fort from this place at 260 per bbl Our Jewelers have confessed tiv dont know Â¬ money The meeting of the Franklin Coun- how jou can furnish such workfor th SATURDAY JAN 17 1 Day ty Teachers Association will be held in Frankfort next Saturday January BeturnlnB every month during the year Dr Rea has been connected with the largest J 17th 1891 A full attendance is earhospltulii In the country and has no superior In nestly requested Following is the wanted at each place Write for particulars diagnosing nnd treating diseases and deformi programme ties He will give 50 for any cuse that he can not tell the disease and where located in live Opening Exercises Mrs Julia L Williams EMPIRE WATOH CO minutes He will returji to Frankfort every Reading four weeks this year - i3flS ssi5S JgflSiii i THE PEOPLES PAPER Everybody takes it Everybody reads Subscription Only 28 CASH II it Â¬ Â¬ 1 sicians Music Physiology Miss Lou B Crom- Â¬ well assssted by one of the city phy- Â¬ Music General Discussion 48 and 60Maldon Lane New York N Y Thos Hunter Maggie Downey unrouiiiiMuiiun The qattc Treats all Curable Medical and Surgical Dis Â¬ Chronic Catarrh eases Acute Diseases of the Eye Eur Nose Throat and Lungs Dyspepsli Brlrchts Disease Dlu betes Kidneys Liver Bladder Chronic Female and Sex Â¬ ual Diseases Per Year Committee u4 direct root trora Epilepsy or Sits Cvured ZFositlve Guarantee ana Middle Clevelands Minstrels crowded house They fully merited the applause that was so liberally bestowed upon them It is one of the best minstrel shows that has ever visited this city The whole performance went off lone ti ibuisis ud in tejus Young Aged Men Om ktrndred fifty mile Clevelands Minstrels opened at SHORTEST TO LITTLE ROCK the Masonio Temple last night to a oaly And Without rvuU tt Change of Cars RL00D Suffering from Spermatorrhea und Impotency ns the result of self abuse In youth or excess In muturer years and other causes producing some of tho following eilects as emissions blotchesof debility nervousness dizziness confusion Ideas aversion to society defective memory und sexual exhaustion which unlit the victim for business or marriage are permanently cured by remedies not Injurious Our Job Department IS COMPLETE JM STjCUggtB If jou are going to emigrate to perfectly eradicated Sherman Dallas Bort Worth ureother Injurious drugs without using ZT2 without a hitch VT or songs were all new and were The Gonorrhoea Gleet Stricture and all urinary Kidney Troublos ure speedily cured by treat Austin Houstin and The features that well rendered ment that hus never fulled seemed especially to catch the audi- Â¬ This ti the He undertakes no incurable cases but cures dialogue between ence were the thousands given up to die the CHEAPEST AND BEST ROUTE and Dougherty Schoolcraft magnificent spectacle of the phan Date Remember No change of cars to tom Cuirassiers the tumbling of come early as ilils Remember the dutd and Grifln and Marks and the acrobatic M0BTG0MEBY MOBILE MEMPHIS rooms aro always crowded wherever he stops performances of the Oraggs CONSULTATION FBEE DThe negro dialect work of Luke AID VEWjGBliEANS Correspondence sollcltedJund conlhlentlal AdÂ¬ Sohooloraft was inimitable and his dress faolal expressions were particularly Vet farther lafomaUoaaddreas Medical Institute Coffee fetching Doughetys flow of words C P ATJKORB OP TA bo as iaoile as it was ten seemB to NO 520IFIPTHWrREET ears ago wane ms imitation oi we UTUI KIMTUCKT LOUISVILLa KY Hanoi nxiOJC up yt urrtuyiN Â¬ AND SKIN DISEASES Sypnlllsand complications as sore throat fall Ingot hair pain In the bones eruptions etc mercury the GEO A LEWIS Proprietor 215217 mi 219 St Clair 1 JKfr Tgggfl iffoigl Strut Up Stairs Frankfort Ky iV JgfiHgggw i edirifljurufe iiii r aiojij di laxiUi ima kcubidu vr7- y1itui iitiJitLm dt yiiM BUjLuiauLiuiujatajuMjaujjjauujjijja BiAMFOfiT ROUNDABOUT j tutored at tbe SEO at Frankfort Kentucky as secona cmss manuuie matter poat oOlce k LEWISIMitor and Publisher JANUARY 10 JjPRANKFORT 1801 UNITED Tlie Two Masonic Lodges of the City Be- Â¬ come One villo Law School Ho then romoved to Nebraska and began the practice of his profession but removed to this city in 1873 where he became associated with Mr Jas Andrew Scott in the practice of law In 1870 was elected City Attorney which position ho filled until 1878 In 1882 ho was elected City Clerk but resigned in 1883 to resume tho practico of his profession In 1885 ho removed to New Mexico where he continued to reside up to the time of his death He leaves a widow and three chil Â¬ dren and a largo circle of relatives and friends to mourn his death Â¬ Our New Mayor Farm for Rent or sale Try Mi log ft Poultry Emily Dudley situ on ho Ver illles plko containing about 2G5 ncres Is for sale on mtsoiunie terms n will bo rented for tlie year beginning March 1 1H91 Tor imrtlcu lurs apply to FRANK C11INN s 4 a UK splendidmile from Mwi M J farm of 1 ntcil uiie Flinkfort tf KEMOVED T 1 friends mm patrons that 1 will oi tlio first ot January remove my boarding house from tho hoiiso 1 now occupy to the West End of the old Mansion Hounj 282 west Main street where I have greater facilities for accommodating the public at resoimbla rates A share of your patronage Is solicited Dec 27 ltn JAMES W 1IARROD WOULD RFSPKCTFULLY INFORM MY JW GAYLE Druggist Old Market house Corner For S by Totally Destroyed Tho residence of Maj Lewis Cas tleman formerly of this city was destroyed by fire in Boone county Missouri several weeks ago The family were at dinner when the fire was discovered and the progress of tho flames was so rapid that only a few articles of funiture could be got-Â¬ ten out everything else being con- Â¬ sumed There was insurance to the amount of three thousand dollars upon tho property 1 FARM FOR SALE T OFFER FOR SALE AT A SREAT BARGAIN my farm containing 170 acres at the mouth of Ehchoni on the Kentucky rlvtr In Franklin county it Is mostly bottom land ami Is suitable for tlie cultivation of coin and tobacco It Is lltiely watered by ponds and springs and has about 20 acres well set In bluegrast It has upon It a Kood residence good barn and other neces sary out buildings so located as to make u de- Â¬ Â¬ FRANKFORT Mar lrr 1 - KY A A H a MATTERS - IffSYisV RKsSJHK mnESnBtyfL t Following is the result of the elec- Â¬ tion held in this city on Saturday last An Dkykh President Superintendent Vice Gayle Co whose The LeCompte for School Trustees advertisement appears in another The Staniari Printing M Co FIRST WARD column have built and furnished at 281 No 37 Bridge street South Side U V Williams Formerly the Standard Printing Ink Works 263 probably tho handsomest and most HTStanton MANUFACTURERS O- F10 complete drug store room in the city Jesse P Williams PRINTINGAND LITHOGRAPHIC INKS VARNXSHESjFTC 55 and have just thrown their doors Ben Marshall 103 Canal Cincinnati Ohio une28 ly open to the public Both of the gen- Â¬ SECOND WARD tlemen composing this firm are too G T Blackley 242 Lodge as follows well known to need any formal intro- Â¬ W T Reading 210 CAPITAL AND SURPLUS Geo A Lewis Master duction td our readers Their Peter Sower 57 OVER thorough knowledge of their profes- Â¬ W S Dehoney J W Pruett Senior Warden 1 sion W L Jett Junior Warden their intimate acquaintance THIRD WARD Tivo And One Half Millions with the wants of the people together W T Reading Treasurer 217 JMWakefield with their upright business methods Ben T Farmer Secretary S T AT EJ ML EJ N T 240 is a sufficient guarantee that any J M Case Gus Schaefer Senior Deacon -- OF TH- E28 business entrusted to them will be D L Haly G Russell Sneed Junior Deacon 24 B 0 Milam J Ed Kershaw Steward and Ty- faithfully cared for Mr F W Keyes Withdrew before the election the popular and efficient prescription ler t After this was done the Lodge ad- Â¬ ist is with them and can always be RESOURCES Sheriffs Sale for Taxes journed to await the arrival of its found behind their counters 3386270 03 Bills of Exchange charter Under the provisions of the 4881000 and Sheriff Noel has gotten out quite StocksEstate BondH Tlie Scientific American 54846 30 for Debt Real law regulating consolidations the 36000 00 Banking Uouses an extensive list of property upon Real Estate 1578d6 04 number of the oldest Lodge is re- Â¬ BatU Bals Other Than Eastern No publicatian comes to our table which the taxes have not been paid tained and the Grand Master names CASH persons whose property is on the new body but at the meeting on that is more highly prized than this If those will only examine the law U S Treas Nat Bank 42667 40 Notes and Coin Wednesday night he was requested old substantial journal Aside from the list 22485896 keeping the public fully posted re- they will find that it will be much Eastern Exchange 661426 12 to give it the name of this city which specting new inventions and scien- cheaper to pay the taxes than allow 4333238 79 he will be very likely to do so the LIABILITIES new organization will hereafter be tific developments it contains a vast the property to be sold as it will 161510000 Capital Stock known as Frankfort Lodge No 4 A amount of the practical and useful cost 15 per cent additional upon the Contingent Fund 7400000 The engravings are of remarkably amount to redeem the property and Fund to Cover Losses 00000000 Y M As soon as the Grand Secretary 369163 61 Profit and Loss 77714 36 Dividends Payable on Demand shall prepare and send in the charter high order and matter accompany- Â¬ 30 per cenf interest 124783316 Due Depositors Grand Master Ohas H Fisk of Cov- Â¬ ing them is so tersely put that such w Due Banks aiuw 1667 280 92 Death of Frank Lane ington will come to this city enstall subjects as might under ordinary 433323879 the newly elected officers and set the circumstances be considered dry and E W HAYS Mr Frank W Lane a merchant of Lodge to work Most of the officers heavy are not only readable but Cashier Â¬ of the new Lodge are Fast Masters highly enjoyable It is the best con- Midway formerly of this city died well versed in the work and laws of ducted scientific journal in the United in Florida on Friday of last week Deposits Solicited at the Branch Sank Â¬ E L SAMUEL the order and now that the symbolic States as well as being typograph- Â¬ and the funeral services were held in Cashier Interment at trowel has spread the cement of broth- Â¬ ically the handsomest Its circula- Midway Monday Mr Lane erly love and friendship so as to bind tion is larger than all the others of Georgetown cemetery its class combined Subscription went to Florida a few weeks ago the two bodies in one it is hoped OP THE CONDITIO OF THE 3 per annum Munn and Co and being subject to heart trouble it that the ancient arder of the price 361 Broadway New York is supposed that he died of that mystic tye will prosper and flourish DEPOSIT BANK OF FRANKFORT disease as never before in our midst Smith Egbert Nuptials AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS Quite a numberjof petitions are on Bring Them Back hand and will be presented at the On Wednesday evening promptly DBOBMBEfi 31 1B90 first meeting and the indications are at 8 oclock at the residence of the ASSETS The party who carried away some 218435 20 that Masonry will have considerable brides father in this city the rites of the chessmen from tho rooms of Loans and Discounts 2733 J04 of a boom during this year of matrimony were solemnized be- Â¬ the Frankfort Athletic Club is Cashfrom Banks 8089 57 Due m lJOO 00 Furniture tween Miss Kate E Egbert daughter requested to return tho same and Reul Estate 7338 67 Sid French Dead 1263103 08 of Mr Ohas T Egbert and Mr should he fail to do so the matter LIABILITIES Mr Wm French received a tele- Â¬ Thomas S Smith of Lima Ohio by will be investigated and the offender 77400 00 Capital Stock gram on Monday announcing the the Rev H G Henderson if found severely punished 20035 71 Surplus Account A lrrgo company of friends and Old Dividends death of his son Mr Sidney French 2322 00 Dividend No 45 3 per ct were 250 00 at Raton New Mexico on Sunday relatives nuptialspresent to wit Expense contingent Birthday Social 100 00 The bride was Inteiest ami DUcouut Mr French was born near the Forks ness the 157250 89 Individual Depositors 565 54 Miss Lena Coko celebrated her State Tux of Elkhorn in this county but when very beautiful the groom handsome 44 Due to Bauks and tho two made a charming couple birthday on Monday evening by en Â¬ 263103 08 a boy removed with his parents to They wore Sangamon county Illinois where ous presentsthe recipients of numer- Â¬ tertaining a number of her young Net earnings for six months ending congrat- friends Quito a pleasant ovening and Deoomberai 1890 5247 53 his youth and young manhood was ulations of many the hearty Applied as follows friends was spent by tho youug people Re 2322 00 Dividend No 45 spent In 1802 he was a student at 100 00 Tho parlors wore tastefully deco- freshments were served at 10 oclock Interest and Discount Georgetown College and when Gen 400 00 Tax rated Miss AnnnioT Egbert sister of 2425 53 To Surplus John H Morgan made his first raid tho bride was 5247 63 tho bridesmaid into the Blue Grass region joined Mr Frank Youngilesh was and Fire at Winchester CashiepT tho H H WATSON his command and become a soldier groomsman The happy pair stand- Â¬ Subscribed and sworn to beforo mo this 1st in Col W 0 P Breckinridges regi Â¬ ing under a beautiful device of flow Â¬ Tho Opera House Post Office a day of January 1891 U Keenon Notary Public mentthe 9th Kentucky Cavalry in ers were made ono by tho ministers large clothing house and millinery establishment wore destroyed by fire which ho served until the close of words DIVIDEND NOTICE Returning to his home in at Winchester Tuesday morning Tho A dividend of three 1 per cent will bo paid tho war stocuof the Donoslt Illinois ho began tho study of law loss is about 20000 with insurance on the capitalaud aft r January 6th 1891Bank of Frankfort on and later graduated from the Louis- - Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria to tho amount of 20000 H H WATSON Caihiir Â¬ In 1779 Hiram Lodge of Ancient York Masons of this city was organ- Â¬ ized under a warrant from the Grand Lodge of Virginia and when the Grand Lodge of Kentucky was organ- Â¬ ized in 1800 it was one of the eight Lodges which constituted that body On the 17th of October of that year it was granted a charter under the name of Hiram Lodge No 4 and continued in existence up to the pres- Â¬ ent time In 1872 a number of the members of the old Lodge withdrew and organized Esoteric Lodge which was granted a charter in 1873 under the name of Esoteric Lodge No 532 The two Lodges have since main Â¬ tained a separate organization but for the past ten years it has been ap parent to every lover of the Graft that the order was suffering by the division and frequent efforts have been made to unite the two bodies but without success until in Novem- Â¬ ber of the past year when the move- Â¬ ment was again set on foot and final- Â¬ ly consumated Both Lodges having by vote agreed to surrender their charters for the purpose of consolida- Â¬ tion they met on Wednesday night by direction of the Grand Master each Lodge closed up its affairs made a formal surrender of its charter and was closed finally after which a joint convention of both bodies was held the officers of old Hiram presiding and officers were elected for the new Â¬ TECSTuesday night Hon E H Tay- Â¬ lor jr who has been Mayor of the lightful home city continuously for tho past ten For terms call on or address my attorneys Ky years tendered his resignation to the ScottaugVlolett Frankfort MARY F QUARLES Cm 10 new City Council which was accepted XuiE and ex Councilman Lewis Mangan elected as Mayor to fill out the term Mr Mangan was born in Franklin MY FORMER RESIDENCE AND FARM AD fci m tho Jacent to Officers Elected county Pennsylvania came to this Louisville pike Bridgeport Immediately on con 5 miles from Frankfort 334 MAIN STREET taining 8l acres ot first quality land well sup city in 1849 and has resided here ever Idled and The following officers have been since He has been a successful busi- Â¬ there with water both for stockand a family use good well being two line springs Â¬ Improved as to fencing Same Is elected for the ensuing term by the Se- ness man having for years been a t hereon residencewell and all necessary outc The barn cret Societies of this city Including Ice member of the firm of J W Gault houses For terms and house are In good condi further particulars apply tion CAPITAL LODGE NO 6 I O O F UNION RAILWAY 0 Co contractors and builders and to mo ut my residence 418 Broadwiv Frankfort KENTUCKY G W CUINN Ky S W Howell Noble Grand also the senior member of the livery Ot ll 3m TIME CARD James Taylor Vice Grand Darnell and should firm of Mangan EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 21ST 1890 J R Williams Secretary make us a good Mayor He was first G W Reock Treas OOINd EAST Coun- Â¬ elected a member of the City W W McEnnis Host Janu- Â¬ Valuable City Residence Property Leave Lexington cil from the Second Ward in 300 p m Leave Winchester 4n0 p m FRANKFORT LODGE NO 10 K OF H ary 1881 and has been re elected LjaveClay City 451 p m Henry Ahler Dictator G25 p m elec- Â¬ TMIE TWO STORY BRICK RESIDENCE PROP Arrive Lumber Point every two years until the late Arrive Three Forks 6 30 p in known as the Sidney Johnson place J erty on W W McEnnis Vice Dictator not a candidate tion when he was north Hde of Main street Frankfort Leave Three Forks situated 1180 a m K offered for near tho C Hotel C A Nelson Reporter las p m He took the oath of office Wednes- Â¬ tno undersignedtpltul not soldIson or beforo sale by Arrive Klkatawa Janu If W T Reading Financial Reporter morning and entered upon the ary 1st 1K1 the s ime will be for rent The day OOING WEST property Is In first class condition For terms H H Watson Treasurer duties of the position fcc apply to Leive Klkatuwa 835 a m C1IAS F EXTJM Arrive Tnree Forks loao g m V Berberich Chaplain Attorney for Johnson heirs Leave Threw Forks 6KX a in Peter Ahler Guard Arrive Lumber Point 6 05 a m School Trustees Fleeted Oct 25 tf On roi3 s Piitimiitr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FRANKFORT KY r FOR SALE Â¬ Ready For Business Frank Inoin President E B Bahstow Sec and Treas 11 T BAblNKT h30 a m 9 30 a ra Connections made at Lumber Point with steamer for Beattvvllle Klkatawi li nearest station to Jacltson Ky Trains between Three Forks and Lexington run dally between Three Forks aud hlktitawii dally sundajs excepted Arrive Clay City Arrive Winchester Arrive Lexington 737 am J L MOKPHY General Passenger Agent SLEEP IN PEACE PSATTS KILLER FOR BED BUGS This preparation Is superior to all others fa the following reiauiin It kills the bus Instantly It effectually destrojs their eggs therefore It 1 only necessary to use It once i r twice during the season It possesses advantages over Insect powders In Â¬ asmuch us 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 elfects can result from Its use as K contains no poUon which fact should give It a place In ever household Sold In large botth sat 25 cents each For sale by W II AVKRILL at wholesale and retail Bank of Kentucky JOHN H STAOKHOUSB SOLK AUENTH 532 Arch Street Psliadelpbla CO Â¬ Dr W I Kelley OF CINCINNATI WILL BB AT THE IN FBANKFOBT Â¬ OHIO FRIDAY FRIDAY FRIDAY BLEEDING Cared wltiwat K- YJAN 30 1891 FEB 20 1891 MARCH 13 1891 dLIND uriarglest oenUloaud or ITCH I MB wrU i STATEMENT Chloroform Llgtture or Knlft It eared It not FISTULA-- IX ANO FISSURES On wtttoat eattlng ot tetrlac QMUU7 wltli ttla mode of tmtauM - ULCERATION CATARRH Ot the bowel eared Dr Itetl ku now been rUUlngtbls olty ret arlyfor neurly 8tveiiiuit unu Hie many cures be has maae umout tbe wealthy and InfnraUta citizens are sutnolent evidence of bis success It Is now a well establKbnd fact that man die eases ol tbe stomach liver kidney bladder womb and nervous system are eltber caused oj ugtcravated by the coexistence of PILX3 VISTU Â¬ Â¬ LA VLBSDBKor HECTAL ULCKB RKPKRKNCBS Dr K K Gober Frankfort Ky Franklin Morris Hraetensburg J T 8taten Frankfort V Ky Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Wlthrnw Frankfort Ky DR KKI7LET8 offlct and residence Is at SI Wst Eighth street Ctnclnaatt and where he may be found even day of each week SXCKPT Jus David Mooro Benson M berberich Frankfort Ky He L P Balett Benson Ky A II McClure Frankfort Ky Richard Ferguson Frankfort Cf W 1 Huxbes Frankfort Ky K FBIDAIB AND8ATUBDAYS pamphlets describing tbese diseases and thlt uodeot treatmeat sent free t any one by ad dressing W M Ds 269 West aighthSt Cincinnati O CONSULTATION VJU91 - I KELLEY 0T wmSK m TIME TABLE Tho following titno tntilo N road effect apon the L TIIAINB WKHT in now in NoUllouvchFrnnkfort No 17 loftvos Frankfort No 21 lonvos Frnnkfort Noialonvos Frankfort fitiO n m 8J0 n in 213 p m 540 p m TltAINS EABT No 18 leaves Frankfort 10lf a m 457 p in No 20 loaves Frnukfort iri p in No 22 loaves Frankfort 12 p m No 24 arrives Frnukfort Nos 23 and 21 niiiko connection at An Â¬ chorage for Shelbyvillo and Uloomileld and ntLotfrango for Cincinnati E P BllYAN Agout KirSSrajra TRAINS HUH Bf GEN STAND NOV No 6 5 6 6 6 12 TIME M I T1MK TABLE TRAINS EAST Lv Frankfort Swltzer IRflft No 3 3 00 3 12 3 20 H 34 3 68 am 1 v m No 6 12 03 Elkliorn stumping Ground Georgetown I 45 08 07 23 60 A M G30 6 50 7 02 7 2U AM TRAINS WEST Lv Paris INol0No2 0 45 8 7 24 8 9 9 9 10 AM No 6 IM No4 6 00 7 02 7 29 7 41 7 51 Georgetown Stamping Ground Swltzer 10 10 00 69 11 08 41 11 55 50 12 02pm 03 12 20 201120 Ar Elkhorn Frankfort 8 10 Ja Connections at Georgetown with E T V A or Clcnlnnatl Louisville and the South pm N62 H 1 u m No 702 1115am 4 0I1 819am No 6 No 6 10112 21pm 12 2npmAr 10 pm lNo3 8 FrankrortTvl lam UrGeorgtownLv llhmLv 5 4RI3 W 7 27 4 15 rincinnntArlO 15G 20 Connections nt Pnrlswlth Kr Central Rr Hi P Ko2No4 A M AM Ar I PM 305 10 08 Hm 8 10 6 00 5 40 2 41 7 40 23nv Lv Ar Ar Frankfort Paris Paris Covington C Lv 5 Nolo3 45 7 41 Act for tho benefit of tho City of Frankfort 7 48 Ar h 11 57 537 Pirls Be it enacted by the General Assembly 7 15 Lv 12 10 fi 15 Wln iester Ar 6 10 Lv Ar 1 SB 7 20 of the Commonwealth of Kentucky nichmonrl Sec 1 That the Board of Council SHORTEST QUICKEST ROUTE men of the City of Frankfort be and it is hereby authorized and empow- Â¬ TO ered to issue its coupon bonds in the sum often thousand dollars bearing six per cent per annum interest pay- Â¬ able semi annually be specially reg- Â¬ ORBISON Agent HOWARD istered as issued and said bonds GEO B HARPER Gen Superintendent V L CLARK CLAUDE BOWLES when issued shall bo delivered to and GenFrelcht fc Pass Aet received by the Sinking Fund Com- Â¬ lt Ticket A i missioners of the City of Frankfort in payment of that amount ten thou PilANKFORT ROUNDABOUI sand dollars due from said city forÂ¬ the funds collected by it from the lottery franchise and said bonds whon so issued to be delivered to the Board FRANKFORT JANUARY 101891 of Sinking Fund Commissioners of said city for safe keeping and be held by them as an investment for the ben- Â¬ Council Proceedings efit of the Frankfort Public School said bonds to run for a period not ex- Â¬ fi50 Ar 5 20 150LV 30 4 10 Ar Mavsvllle nclnnntl Paris Carlisle 7 551 5 37 Lv 8 431 r25 ArlOlOl 7 55 ll Lv 751 I v 1035 Ar104ri r 5 05 I am constrained to beliovo that fidelity to duty requires that if these bonds are to bo issued they should bo issued in strict conformity with tho legislative grant authorizing their issuance and instead of desig nating thorn school bonds as pro vided in tho second section of said proposed ordinance thoy should bo more funding properly called bonds or lottery funding bonds us indicative of tho purpose for which they were issued and tho form of the coupons should correspond as far as possible to the form of tho bonds Again the pecond sec- Â¬ tion of said proposed ordinance is clearly at variance with tho law and the facts in it that it makes tho form of said bond to say that tho Board of Councilmen of tho City ofFrankfort is indebted to the Sinking Fund Com- Â¬ missioners of the City of Frankfort and makes tho Sinking Fund Com Â¬ missioners the payee in said bonds Tho Board of Councilmen of the City of Frankfort is not now nover has been and can not be indebted to tho Board of Sinking Fund Commis sioners because said Board has no legal identity as a body politic and corporate and having no logal iden- Â¬ tity can not lawfully be named as the payee in said bonds and certainly should not be named as payee when the act calls for coupon bonds which are uniformly made payable to bearer Furthermore I submit that said proposed ordinance is insufficient and not in conformity with said legislative grant above referred to because no provision is made in said ordinance for levying a tax to raise the necessary moneys to pay the accruing interest on said bonds and principal of same when due And in conclusion permit me to say that I do not desire to place any obstructions in your way nor will I interpose any objections to your Board issuing bonds for the purpose of funding the lottery money used by your Board for revenue purposes And whenever you will have prepared a proper ordinance for that purpose in conformity to the legisla- Â¬ tive act above referred to 1 will most heartily and cheerfully with you Until then believe me your most obedient servant Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ te Commonwealth of Kentucky ap Â¬ proved May 22 1890 entitled An act to authorize tho Board of Coun- Â¬ cilmen of tho Oity of Frankfort to issuo bonds for school purposes and an ordinance adopted by the Board of Councilmen of the City of Frankfort an tho 9th day of Decem Â¬ ber 1890 and is payable on tho first day of January A D 1911 at the Bank of Kentucky at Frankfort Kentucky with interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from January 1st 1891 payable semi Â¬ annually upon the presentation and delivery of tho coupons hereto an Â¬ nexed at the Bank of Kentucky aforesaid on tho first day of Janu Â¬ ary and July of each year In witness whereof the ri g said Board L of Councilmen of tho Oity of Frankfort has caused this bond to be signed by tho Mayor of said city and its corporate seal affixed ond has also caused the cou- Â¬ pons thereto attached to be signed by its Clerk at Frankfort Kentucky day of one thou- Â¬ this sand eight hundred and Attest I m TO EVERYBODY Tinware Glassware Wire Goods Woodenware And a great variety of articles ffe t3BB Useful for Kitchen and Household Use In order to induce our customers to buy flour packed in The form of the coupons shall be as follows FRANKFORT CITY SCHOOL BOND 1500 1500 Olerk Mayor PAPER SACKS WE ARE The Board of Councilmen of the City of Frankfort The above articles with every paper sack of flour state of kentucky for Will pay to the holder hereof fifteen dollars on the first day of July 1891 at the Bank of Kentucky at Frankfort Kentucky it being six months interest on bond No Clerk GIVING AWAY E M Ask your grocer J AND VICTOR FLOUR Every sack warranted In paper sacks at the option of the city from their issuo and the following memorandum to that effect shall be endorsed Sec 3 These bonds are redeemable Â¬ E H Taylor jr Mayor An on each of them to wit The Board of Councilmen of the City of Frankfort reserves the right T Alt e Ti v fii to commence ireai- to redeem any or all of the within iNo ivioney xvcquirea oi rvesponsioie i amies i r bonds at any time from their issue ment Sec 4 These bonds shall bo registered in a book kept for that purpose in the office of the City Clerk and each bond shall bear an endorsement upon its face as follows This bond is registered in the name 14 of the payee herein and is not trans Â¬ ferable except as the same may be oistie authorized by law and transferred upon said register And every fourth week thereafter JgConsulution ami Examinali Free Sec 5 This ordinance to take effect Â¬ and be in force from and after its passage P H Newman Attest Oity Clerk Samuel R Smith MILES SON t sj Â¬ FRANEFOET EY WEDNESDAY JAN CAPITAL HOTEL jdtt ossrxr Sixteenth Regular Visit Cincinnati and the East Â¬ President December 9th 1890 The vote was then taken on the or- Â¬ dinance the Mayors veto to the con- Â¬ trary and resulted as follows Yeas 5 nays 2 Petition of John Griffin asking that a fine assessed against him in the city court be remitted The pe- Â¬ tition was rejected The finance committee made a re- Â¬ port of tho financial condition of the city for the year 1890 Tho same committee made a report that they had settled with the Mar- Â¬ shal for taxes collected for the year 1890 ADJOURNED MEETING Monday Jan 5 1890 m IT -- fyaJ n 4 1 The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved The Mayor returned with his veto the following ordinance and law Frankfort Ky Dec 23 1890 To the President and Board of Coun- Â¬ cilmen of the City of Frankfort Gentlemen I herewith return to you without my approval a pro- ordinance passed by your Eosed on the 9th day of December 1890 and which purports to be an ordinance passed in conformity to an act of the General Assembly of Ken- Â¬ tucky approved May 22 1890 the title to which act is erroneously stated in your proposed ordinance to be An act to authorize the Board of Councilmen of the City of Frankfort to isBue bonds for school purposes I find after a careful examination of the recent acta of the General Assembly that no act by that title was ever passed But there was passed by the General Assembly of Kentucky and approved on May 22 1890 an act entitled An Act for the Benefit of the City of Frankfort and the purpose and object of this act as expressed in plain and unmis- Â¬ takable language is to authorize tho Board of Councilmen of the City of Frankfort to issue its coupon bonds in the sum of ten thousand dollars not for school purposes as stated in said proposed ordinance but bonds to be delivered to and received by the Sinking Fund Commissioners of the City ofFrankfort in payment o that amount ten thousand dollars Â¬ duo from said city for the funds collected by it from tho lottery fran Â¬ chise In other words said act authorizes and empowers your body to issue ten thousand dollars of its bonds to fund or replace that amount of the lottory money which your body had already used for general revenue purposes and said bonds are never to bo sold but are to bo de- Â¬ livered to tho Board of Sinking Fund Commissioners for safe keeping and held by said Board as an investmentÂ¬ for tho benefit of tho Frankfort Pub lic School And honco I insist that the proposod ordinance is fatally def fectivo in that it fails to disoloso if it does not conceal tho true purposo and object for which said bonds aro to bo issued And whilo it may bo a matter greatly to bo desired by you in making your exit from tho stage of reform to draw a voil over this portion of your financial record yet All members of the council were present except Councilmen Miles and Wakefield sage ceeding thirty years but redeemable at the option of the city but the in- Â¬ terest thereon shall be promptly paid for the use and benefit of said school bonds to be payable at such place as may be fixed by ordinance and shall be issued by order of the Board of councilmen at a regular meeting oi said Board in denominations ot not less than five hundred dollars nor more than one thousand dollars be signed by the Mayor and counter-Â¬ signed by the City Clerk and bear the seal ofthe city and the coupons shall be signed by tho Clerk alone and when said bonds are issued it shall bo the duty ofthe said Board of Coun- Â¬ cilmen to levy the necessary taxes and raise the necessary moneys to pay the accruing interest and when tho same shall fall due tho principal of said bonds Sec 2 This aot to take effect and be in force from and after its pas Â¬ die Tho bond and contract of Thos J Brislan for improvements and build- Â¬ ing new pavements was received and approved Mr Tobin offered a resolution of thanks to the various city officials for the able manner in which they had conducted their offices The resolu- Â¬ tion was adopted The Council then adjourned 8te NEW COUNCIL MEETING Tuesday Jan 6 1890 Be it ordained by the Board of Coun oilmen of the City of Frankfort Sec 1 That twenty coupon bonds of the city in denominations of five hundred dollars each payable twen- Â¬ Whereas By an act of the Gen- Â¬ eral Assembly of tho Commonwealth of Kentucky approved May 22 1890 authorizing tho Board of Council men of the City of Frankfort to issue its coupon bonds forBchool purposes in sums not exceeding ten thousand in the aggregate now therefore ty years after date with right of redemption of any or all of said Second Ward Dr E E Hume M bonds at option of tho oity bearing H P WillianiB sr and O Haren interest at the rate of six per cent court per annum payable semi annually on tho first day of January and July of each year at the Bank of Ken Â¬ tucky at Frankfort Kentucky sign Â¬ ed by the Mayor with tho seal of the city attached and countersigned by tho Clerk bo issued in conformity with said act authorizing tho Board of Councilmen of tho Oity of Frank Â¬ fort to issue bonds for school pur Â¬ No The new Counoil was called to or- Â¬ der by Mr Pat Newman City Olerk Upon the roll being called all the members elect responded to their names except Councilman Parsons The Clerk announced the first thing in order to be the election of a Pres Â¬ ident Tlu Eminent Specialist formerly resident Physician of the Philadelphia Central Ho Mr Jos T Staten was placed in piat Physician in charge of the Ohio Medical Institute Cincinnati Ohio has for nomination and upon the roll being twenty five years successfully devoted his time to the treatment of his spec- Â¬ called he was declared elected ialties He successfully treats all curable cases of Chronic and Nervous Mr Staten upon taking tho chair Diseases His treatment is based on the largest experience after made a few remarks appropriate to thorough educational preparation the occasion to protate landaa The following additional officers tm Xheumatlsm la etaentlallT i Mteato of tho nerroaa ti debT lfnotcuredil lead decafenUricdguaramee a cure la awl We IUTttljtloa i rove from a doabt Actlnr foua deblutj and premature were then elected Ihl tbecrrwe bie for ear treated It with pttenonrim aucit cane and a perfect reatoralioa to health and pbj ileal Yifo Iou Toe deformities anj bfrt anVctloua fulling from ucerai For City Olerk Ohas G Payne To tb Ladles We he for jnr made a peelaJtT rheumatic Inflammation rsaj ill ba avoided or Cured Ij car Nine tenth of the utTerisn of Ihaf the dlicuc of women g For Oity Treasurer Hugh Gaines IrMUneok world are borne bjr women and without rraaoa whan the KMneja Bright the retult of fault these disease proper For City Assessor James S Magill nutrltioo ovrrSlaeee of the the uie of improper remtdlee to cauie ofand complete Our urge rwpllal eipertrnce enablee oa underitond their cure at atimulaiion certain The following nominations were luc e the flow of urine or to understand theie AV aixt treat them from thelateat cea treatment wblin ao most fre Dieeaaea made for Fire and Police Commis- Â¬ eucntcmucaof of the Dizeetlve Organs are theLiver Com tide nandpotat Local Our treatment br nianr oljectto aaa rarelr Dad neiciiarr contltutloaal the more fcul dhrff lverU with which we instruct the ptUroli to treat sioners Contlratloa and Chronle Diarrhea all reult in lnir local reuwdiv Ilalu a feet nutrition ami render lireroierabl Earl Interference thnele at their own homea First Ward Johu Mastin John W true eeononij of time wooer and health Private DlObaaea Stricture RWl Venereal Talat Gault and Joe Swigert Toting Men ho are rapldlr approaching Iniinllj am Sjphlll Gonorrhea lniHlenc ami Sterllllr are promptly C H BOGMAN M D 11 1 I I I I I Third Ward L Tobin Wm T Flynn and James W Hoffner A communication was received -consulting us should bnnj or semi heir urine wltlcl ounces from Mayor Taylor tendering his will iery personthorough microscopical examination ami four to six-- nlysis of certificate and chart we submit to a a ihcirical of resignation which was accepted yhich will be furnished the ptient Wecuroolil cases with a vote of thanks to him for the experience enables us which hive pifRctl the skill of other phjsicians Why Because our extensive to recognize the hiujhs of ac manner in able and efficient We invite all who have failed toelTtaln raktt Ucwhcre to consult us All curable cases are which ho had served the city for many guaranteed mail and cxpiess Where possible personal consultation Ik preferable List Patients years as its Mayor and chief execu Â¬ of questions treated byon application sent free tive officer poses approvod May 22 1890 All cases and correspondence strictly confitlentil Treatment sent C O D to any Mr Lewis Mangan was placed in Sec 2 The form of said bond shall nomination and elected Mayor pro ptrtof the United States and Canada Address with stamp for reply bo as follows torn until tho next meeting of the G O I li- - death from aecrethahiu will do well toconultu at oner Theae hablta are the mull of diieaie not Tire aoJ we cure meb cum without fall Me Invite your lullcit couudeoce and promlie jou feller STtddleAged Men who ebaerre cert In IrrltaUona of the bUddcr auJ urethra or water pauace with edlracnu In theuriuc ihoitldarallthruiirJvciorourtrtatnicul buch imp whUh admit o no lorn are lodlcatloue of cmlna wcukne and effeotaallr curedib our prelal rtrnedle We bare peat Iheutaadiof dollar la time aud money to gain knowledge la ibia direction Epilepsy or Vita This phenomena nt too JerToawt Titem li the remit of dluase locatrd In me Carre centeru Our method of IreMmont which Heuilrelr our oanbaa beeav admitted bj the twsthleiitht of the crld to produce radical earn In tho mot dcblUUtcd mibjccat 50000 Council UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Tho Board of Councilmon of tho Oity of Frankfort is indebted to tho Sinking Fund Commissioners of tiio Oity of Frankfort in the sum of fivo hundred dollars This bond isono of a series of twenty of like tenor and date eaoh for tho sum of fivo hun dred dollars and numborod respect Â¬ ively from ono to twonty both inclu sive issued in accordance with an act of the General Assembly of tho Â¬ Â¬ Statu of Kentucky school bond Thursday nignt Tho Council then adjourned until pvo Dr BOX 703 tiuai nm Bogman Cincinnati rEAX-I- Bakors Famous Headache Specific is a positivo and safe euro for head Â¬ aches in all thoir forms Try it Sold BLUE GRASS by Wickliffo Chapman 1514 Main atrcot 4 1890 NURSERIES I WM CROMWELL ATTORN EY-AT-LA- W II THAYER of Bourbon Indsays Botlimysolf and wife owo our lives to SHILOIIS CONSUMPTION OURE For sale by J W Gaylo 28 THE REV GEO IMMENSE STOCK OF FIUJIT AND OHNAMCN 1 Jrunivlnos Asnarinnis smun l till trees treed mill ever tHhiu for the lawn orchard mttl m 41X COURTS 01 Ktinlen Wo tum no rtMita but soil direct ift tAlntni wt th i un low prices tc the planter Write orcatulocuo to will 7ii J3r nimcini Mention 10 ma and sale UL real estate ooUeotlon of ntiminhiu niaina H F HILLENMEYER AaOtlatlAn nt loan ftiid the Sept 27 Sm Lexington Kyi I nn3M KBAZ J30JAJ Wkii K010 AGENT irrJrfi nH r i jinn tifr V r IM W Religious IVe the vould be ijriiatly obliged ministers ami olficeis ot cliuiciiis in t tic city if tliev would fiumli us ii4i nnv announcements which they n wish madc1 I n n ISlmU toy nr 1I1IUU MS s BEWARE OF Xi A TVTTi Jl A WD ATTnTTTTllm J AVU JXJKJ AJJUi1 X MISREPRES blN TaTiOJN S wmi i i in i tam A THTTm JtX mmiVTD X IVAX X X JLVJVt O iii r kTTi UQ- vti JJ tt HONEST PARTIES Rov Qeorgo Darsio pronches at tho Qraefonburg Christian Church morrow at 3 p ra to- Â¬ Rev A Stielverlon will preach at the Cedar Ohapol Methodist Church Sunday morning at 11 oclock Rev J McOlusky Blayney D D will occupy his pulpit at the First Presbyterian Church to morrow at 11 a m and 730 p m Rov W 0 Taylor tho now pastor will preach at tho Baptist Church to mbrrow morning at Usual services at night 11 oclock Rov W G Neville will occupy his pulpit at the Southern Presbyterian Church to morrow morning at 11 oclock a m and at 700 p m ft pastor will conduct tho services at the Church of the Good Shepherd to- Â¬ morrow First mass at 8 a m Sec ond mass 1030 a m Vespers at 3 p m - handed uo by a talented and pretty young lady of this town and we fully endorse tho sentiment contained in them as well as tho lady in question Is it anybodys business The usual services at Ascension If a gentleman should choose to morrow morning at 11 Church To wait upon a lady oclock and 730 p m will be conductIf the lady dont refuse Or to speak a little plainer ed by Rev E A Penick the rector That the meaning all may know Is it anybodys business Rev Father Lambert Young the If a lady has a beau Â¬ Prayer meetings have been held every evening during the week at the First Presbyterian Church this being the annual week of prayer c E COLLINS When Baby was sick wo gavo her Castoria When she was a Child she cried for Castoria When she became Miss she clung to Castoria When sho had Children she gave them Castoria -- BRO onoi ano Mens And Agents for dealers m -- nun BMEnMyWi 1JDWH Wall Paper Decorations Sjfj 111 IfBur ni 1 ti iT 9 jPffKT 33EJOB3fcC Laflin Is it anybodys business 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 ail 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 Fowcsxao I Rand P Mr Darsie preaches at th e Chris- tian Ohurch to morrow at 11 oclock Night subject and 730 as usual When that gentleman does call Or when he leaves the lady Or if he leaves at all Or is it necessary That the curtain should be drawn To save from further trouble The outside lookers on Is it anybodys business But the ladys if her beau Rides out with other ladies And doesnt let her know Is it anybodys business But the gentlemans if she Should accept another escort Where he dont chance to be If a persons on the sidewalk Whether great or whether small Is it anybodys business Where that person means to call Or if you see a person Is it anybodys business What his business may be there The substance of our querry Simply stated would be this Is it anybody1 s business What anothers business is If it is or if it isnt We would really like to know For we are certain if it isnt There are some who make it so As HARNESS LIMJC PLASTER CEMENT GLASS OILS LKADNAND MIXED PHOTS PICKS SHOVELS CROW BARS DRILLS IRON AND STEEL A FULL LINE OV BXWKR AND FLUE PIPE COB BROADWAY AND LEWIS STA VBAKKFOBT lulrltff Kentucky Central Eailway BLUB GRASS ROUTE Shortestand Juickestruutelrom tohapel at The Ethiopian Treasurer thesec ond of the series on Model Conver- Â¬ sions of the New Teastainent The Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor meets in the 7 OlflJS NORTH lliAl EAST I KKNTUCKY Hi SOUTHWEST TO ALL iOINTS WEST AST LINK BETWEEN p m Henderson A M will preach at the Methodist Church in this place Sunday morning at 11 oclock and at 730 oclock in the evening Sunday school at 930 oclock a m Christian Endeavor at 645 p m Mr Henderson extends a cordial invitation to the members of the Constitu- Â¬ tional Convention to attend these jRev H G If yon are going west that the Dont Forget LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI hes calling anywhere St Louis Air Line run Louisville the finest trains in the world between Louisville and St Louis Trains leaving at 810 a m daily equipped SCHEDULE IN EFKLCT NOV 1GTII 1890 THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST Â¬ Services JO ltf Mr William T Price a Justice of the Peace at Riohland Nebraska was confined last winter with a se- Â¬ vere attack of lumbago but a thorough application of Chambe- Â¬ m rlains Pain Balm enabled him to get up and go to work Mr Price says Bellepoiut The Remedy cannot be recommend- Â¬ ed too highly Let any one troubled We are glad to learn that it is the with rheumatism neuralgia or lame intention of tho now Council to run back give it a trial and they will be streets and alleys through the town of the same opinion 50 cent bottles 17 lm Of course we cannot nave a town for sale by J W Gayle without houses stroets and alleys and it would bo a big thing for Belle Travellers may learn a lesson point to have say one long street running from its limit on Benson from Mr C D Cone a prominent Creek clean through to the river op- Â¬ attorney of Parker Dakota who says I never leave home without taking posite the O O F distillery Chol- Â¬ a bottle Wm I Steele who has been era and of Chamberlains Colic me Mr Diarrhoea Remedy with so long by Bick confined to his room with ness we aro glad to say is convales Â¬ and on many occasions have ran and some sufferer it to cent and we hope to see him out in a have the relief of it to fail For sale never known short time 17 lm by J W Gayle Mrs Mary J Moore has boon on the sick list for some weeks but is now nearly well again Miss Natalie Sawyier will take a who has been confined limited number of pupils for in- Â¬ Noel Gaines drawing to his room for a wook ormorov is out struction inTho class and water color painting will meet on again Saturdays only commencing Jan The cotillion party given under the 17th 3t auspices of Messrs Noah Moore and John Haleat the Smith OottageTues- Nay night was a recherche affair Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria Jwiey aanceu au iugui Tillbroad daylight And went homo with the girls in tho Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria morning The weekly social prayer meeting was held this wook with Bro H Pols grove and was well attended Kentucky Midland Mwiy Co rvha nnnr ftwn flniinnil wiiR swnrn in by County Clerk N B Smith onÂ¬ iuiiuwmg organ Taesaay iastana Shareholders Meeting ization was effected Mr J A Vio lett was electedR President of the nnnWI MV dnn Cnnelens fifinrfl- N I McDaniol Town The annul meeting of thehareholdcrs of the tary and Mr Midland Hallway Company la hereby Dr John H Sullivan Kentucky the election ot a Board of Directors Treasurer qualified as Police Judge and R W called for transaction ot such other business and for the J W Gayle drucgist desires to in form the public that he is agent for the most successtui preparation cnac has yet been produced for coughs colds and croup It will loosen and relieve a severe cold in less time than any other treatment The article re- Â¬ ferred to is Chamberlains Cough Remedy It is a medicine that has won fame and popularity on its merits and one that can always be depended upon It is the only known remedy that will prevent croup It must be tried to be appreciated bottles It is put up in CO cent and 1 17 lm If it is well join the rabble And act the noble part Of the tattlers and defamers Who throng the public mart But if not well act the teacher Until each meddler learns It were better in tho future To mind his own concerns sleepers THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST If you wish comfort safty and Ala quick time be sure and call for tick Georgetown to Jacksonville ets via the Air Line Any information Time 26 regarding maps rates etc will be Through Sleepers without Hours The Short chungo line between Cincinnati ami promptly furnished bv writing to KY Hours LKxiNuroN Time a B L JJryant Vi Tknn Knoxvillk Trav Pass Agt 17 N C Abueville 11 CnATTANOOUA 10 tf TENN Louisville Ky 15 Atlanta it Orleans to with Pullman perfected safty steam Georgetown heated day coaches parlor and din Â¬ ing cars Trains leaving Louisville Time 25 Hours at 915 p m equipped with day Entire Trains BdRgage Cur Dij Concle coaches and Pullman drawing room Sleepers run through without chtmge Iw South Hound No a Ex bun No 4 Daily lx No 6 Sui Lve Cincinnati Falmouth iHoaui U lupin Cyiitliiaun 10baiii 9 09pm 11 loam 102opm Lexington 1210pm 11 OOpin 1127am Lve Paris Arr Winchester 1210pm Richmond 1 35pill Lancaster OlUplli 5 45pm Stanford 2 10pm Lve Richmond Lveovinyton blOam 800pin bltjtin bUjII 220pm 2Zbpln bWJpiu 4 65pm Arr Fans Blupiu G16pm 0 2upln 537pm 7 2UpUi Arrllerea Livingston 0201 m 30opm A Safe Investment Daffodil Is one which is guaranteed to bring you satisfactory results or in case of failure a return of purÂ¬ lve Livingston 8 00am On this safe plan chase price Rerea 1025am sgg KRANK W WOOLLEY Arr Richmond 11 45am 2to Traveling Pass Agt you can buy from our advertised Lexington Ky 7 00am Lve Stanford Druggist a bottle of Dr Kings CC HARVEY D O EDWARDS Lancaster 7 U P T A Arr Richmond 10 50am 5 S VleeHres CINCINNATI O 15am glgH New Discovery for Consumption Richmond Tohpm 610am Lve It is guaranteed to bring relief in THE- 715atn Arr Winchester 104pm 7 233pm 48am Paris every case when used for any 700am 845pm affection of Throat Lungs or OLD KENTUCKY ROUTE Lve Lexington 2 00pm 7 53am 4 25pm 220pm 3 00pm 2 45pm Paris such as Consumption Newport News Mississippi Vulley Co E D Chest Cvnthiana 315pm 823am 4 49pm 8 85pm 411pm 91Ham 5 80pm 4 80pm Falmouth BronInflammation of Lungs Arr Covington 5 40pm 10 44am 6 37pm 6 05pm SHORT ILINE TO Arr Cincinnati fi 60am 10 60am G 45pm 615pm chitis Asthma Whooping Cough MAYSVILLE BRANCH etc It is pleasant Washington Philadelphia Croup etc No 11 NOO New York Daily and agreebble to taste perfectly Baltimore North Bound Ex Sun Ex Sun safe and can always be depended Old Point and the Sea Shore 2 20pm Lve Cincinnati Trial bottles free at South upon 2 26pm Lve Covington AND ALL EASTERN CITIES 7 00 am 4 40pm Lve Lexington Side Drug Store IN EFFECT NOVEMBER 1C 1890 7 55 U m 637 pm Lve Paris P H Carpenter i 8 19 a m ooipm Fast Mull Accommo- Â¬ Arr Millersburg Fast Direct Connections at New Orlcansand Shreve port or Texus Mexico and California Leave Frankfort via Kentucky Midland Railway via Georgetown 540 a tiiiurrlveClnclnnatl 1026 a m Quicker than any other line All trains arrive at depart from Central Unloi Depot Cincinnati Vot Rates Maps 4c address BIKMINOUAH ALA 16 North Hound v q No 157 Accora Lex Cln Exfaun lfj jj jjjj Â¬ Bucklens Arnica Salve The best salve in the world foi Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Tetter Fever Sores Rheum 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 sale by South Side drug store For 5 EAST ROUND Express Dally 4 u 7 7 9 10 10 Exduny 10 15 am 11 10 Dall dation Dally Arr Carlisle Arr Johnson Arr Maysville 8 10 10 933am am 10 43am pm pro 765pm 626 7 86 Lve Frankfort Lexington Wlncnester Mt Sterling Olive Hill Ashland 57 pm No 0 35 pm G 40 pm 7 40 pm 10 00 pm 8 15 am 8 35 am 10 am NO Â¬ Â¬ Catlettsburg Huntington Arr 1107pm WEST BODND 00 pm 30 pm Oi pm 27 pm 43 pm id pm 12 45 pm 1 25 pm 3 35 pm 0 at pm 5 50 pm G 20 pm am South Bound Lve Maysville Ex Sun 5 20am 5 07 am G 50 n tn 7 16 am 7 40am 10 44 10 60 Daily Ex Sun 160 227 3 8 Daily 13 t H Lve Johnson Lve Carlisle Lve Millersburg Arr Paris Arr Lexington Arr Covington Arr Cincinnati nati No 1 885am G20pm a m 6 37pm am 6 45 pm pm 20pm 45pm 410pm pm iy r H Carpenter Huntington Catlettsburg Ashland Winchester Lexington LIMITED Lve Olive Hill Mt Slerllng merit Wins We desire to say to our citizens that for years we have been selling Dr Kings New Discovery for Dr Kings New Consumption Pills Bucklens Arnica Salve Life and Electric Bitters and have never handled remedies that sell as well or that have given such We do not universal satisfaction hesitate to guarantee them every time and we stand ready to refund the purchase price if satisfactory results do not follow their use These remedies have won their great popularity purely on their merits Forsale by Â¬ Frankfort Arr Arr EXPRESS runs dally and has Vestlbuled Pullman Butted Sleep Â¬ Lexington Washington ers between Louisville New York and Old Point Comfort This train Is made part of the celebrated East of Huntington on G 4G pm VESTIBULED 4 27 pm 5 07 pm 6 30 pm 1 10 pm 1 29 pm 1 40 pm 2 CHDHl 00 am G25am GOO am G 8 10 11 12 55 am 45 am 40 pm 13 47am 2 pm 3 4C pm 4 20 am G 25 am 7 15 am 8 10 am SOCpm 3 2Gpm w e ethe -- C v O Route -- rect connections at Huntington with C 4 0 At Ashland with SV Ry At Winchester with K 0 It R north and south bound and at Lexing Â¬ T P Rail Â¬ S and CN ton with roads FAST MAIL TRAINS runs dally except Sunday between Lexington and Huntington Make di Â¬ LNL 04 Runs dally from Lexington to Cincin- Â¬ No 43 Leaves Lexington 1000 am Arrives Paris 1045 a m Except Sunday No 8 Leaves Cincinnati 510 p m Arrives Falmouth 705 p m Except Sunday Arrives Cin- Â¬ NO 7 Laavos Falmouth 6 n m cinnati 7 5i n in Except Sunday 3 runs dally except Sun Â¬ TRAIN NOTES No day between Lexington and Cincinnati No 13 runs Sunday only making nil local stops No 4 runs dally between Cincinnati and Lex- Â¬ ington NOTE Trains No Gand Falmouth Accommo- Â¬ dation No 8 now depart from new 4th St Depot on 4th below John St NOTE Trains No 1 and Falmouth Accommo- Â¬ dation No 7 now arrives at new 4th St De- Â¬ pot on 4th below John St Nos 2 and 6 make connections at Winchester for points on the N N M V Ry IMPORTANT Trains of this line now arrive at and depart from the Central Union Passenger Stutlon Cincinnati making connec- Â¬ tion tor all points North Through Tickets sold and Baggage checked to East and West as may be laid before them The said meeting Owens as Town juuthiuu to be held at 11 oclock a in czi The new store on the corner of Benson and Kentucky Avenues SATURDAY JANUARY 81 1891 known as tho Mastodon is nearing completion and it will not be long before Cheap John will remove his In the Council Chamber In the CI ir of Frankfort Â¬ LEXINOTON AND OLIVE HILL ACCOMMO Â¬ any point reached by a railroad DATION dally Connects at Winchester to and For full particulars address or call on from K 0 Points andut Lexington with L 8 R agent of the company or S F B MORSE R for Louisville Ky W LMON80N Genl Passr Agt Trav Passr Agt For full Information in regard to Rates Routes CINCINNATI O Clnclnnntl any Agent ot this or connecting any O Ac apply to lines or to HEHONTINOTOKk V truck and tricks into it r Kr ir kvi Thafbllowintr beautiful linos were v i i tfijL t r iAwuemm wshtjhj A H MOULUBE Br order of WM I LINDSAY wenuir president I J if a t ti al x AMmm1 vruggisi GWBABMBT Gen P and O M ClNCINNiTiumo gF BMbRM PaaB Agent HEHUNTlNOTONVIce PresAGenManager GENERAL OFFICES OM w8t HAiH Chamber of Commerce Building Cincinnati O we now nave uuume unity muu oer- Ivkeofi Sunday hok way betwwn Gloelnnaft THE LeCOMPTE READY 2z FOR BUSINESS CnZXJE CO 1 With a new clean and elegant stock of We are ready for business at our new store the State Come and see us No 37 Bridge Street South Side Among tltc Colored Cltl- - DKUUS FANCY AND TOILET ARTICLES the handsomest in this Telephone No 12 DO Ml m mP section of Jos LeComptr tJ W Gaylei WHAT what YOU zeus m ment at the hall last night but ow- Â¬ ing to the early hour at which we go to press we are unable to give any particulars Mr W M Hall has a pleasant visitor in his sister who is from Indiana oik havo Consumption A Mr and Mrs Bowman Adams re- Â¬ turned from Louisville this week UU We do riot hay this to friehten you but it is true These are the sure symptoms of this ternbl6 disease There Every member of the Industrial Legion lodge should be at the hall is one thing which will check it and that is next Wednesday night as the annual election takes place Pair of Jacks It la recommended by the best physlcianirln Enropo and America Mrs Ned Harris returned laBt 96 ccnta 00 cent ami 100 per Bottle week from a visit to her daughter in If literary merit unquestioned W H HOOKER CO 46 West Broadway New York- Indiana originality the introduction of a long array of unique specialties and a com- The election of officers for the en- Â¬ or buc by if - XKrl of remarkable strength are to suing year will take place at the e regarded as factors in the success meeting of the Missionary Society of farce comedy that much discussed at St JohnB A M E Church Sunday production A Pair of Jacks the A larcre crowd is exnected and latest effort of H Grattan Donnelly should by all means be present should certainly verify all the favora- Â¬ The sermons of Prof Credit are ble predictions that have been made drawing crowds of people to the concerning it Apart entirely from Independent Bapitist Church as the intrinsic worth of the piece it proofs of the religious interest it was as well with me as it was Any would score an uneauivocal success rreated in our community by his common ordinary every day drug Â¬ by reason alone of the excellent cal- Â¬ Quecnswnre and Fancy China Tea Sets 56 earnest and intelligent manner of gist could have had my five dollar ibre of the artists engaged in the in- Â¬ The larg Â¬ pieces 33 Dinner bets fioin 85011 His bill for about ten cents worth of ar-Â¬ terpretation presenting scriptural truths There is certainly no est Moc in Ceniral Kentucky to select presents fame as a profound reasoner and nica or a small piece of flesh colored instance on record of any similar from eloquent ana instructive preacher is court plaster but alas No druggist dramatic attraction being supported spreading all over the surrounding no one to cheer my despohdency by a so powerful and evenly balanced Stoves Tinware and Home Furnishing Goods country as is shown by the increase save a fellow traveler who told me cast as is the cast with A Pair of Cook Stoves from 475 up Heating Stove that the town had gone Republican Jacks of strangers at each service from 3 up and that all the officers thatyhad to At the Opera House Tuesday evenProf Credit teaches Latin Greek be appointed and Hebrew in the Baptist Universi- Â¬ been given toby the new board had ing January 13th Republicans That is Pluniliinc anil Gas Fiiting Tin Roofing and ty in Louisville and pre ches to his good Now move the fences from Guttering Job work of all kinds in both branches congregation hereon Friday evenings the streots give your people good done promptly mil guarantied to be first class Tiie Well Known Popular and Sundays sidewalks and may God bless you Remedies D L M He and his amiable wife spent the 1 have the Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs truest stock in my different lines holidays in this city during which to lie found in Central Kentucky and at prices and colds Foleys Cream for rough- Â¬ they made favorable impressions Iift3 Spasms a Bay that are beyond all competitors Give me a call ness of the skin chapped hands etc socially and religiously JTnd Mrs H A Gardner of Vistula Clinic Blood Purifier and Clinic Kid- Â¬ It is rumored that Reuben Taylor is Intl lived two thousand years ney Cure are now on sale by The Le appointed Janitor ot the City Hall eo would havo beon thought to ago Compte Gayle Co The be and the large favors are greatfully possessed by evil spirits She was patronage these preparations largo have received and small ones in propor 8ject to nervous prostration head Â¬ secureu springs from their intrinsic tion aches dizziness backache palpita Â¬ merits as remedial agents When afMrs Lucinda Price returned from tion and forty to fifty spasms a day flicted by ailments for which they are Chicago Monday where she has been Though having been treated by eight recommended you will do well to try physicians for years without success them is Gm to see her son who was hnrt some bIio was permanently cured by one time last month His many friends FpR Rent A two story house with in this city will bo glad to know that bottle of Dr Miles Restorative Ner- Vipo A trial bottle of this nev incl 7 rooms Cor Murray he is improving wonderful medicino and a finely ilhi3- - streets Apply to W J and Campbell Hughes 327 y uu treatise rce at J w Uayles Murray street li tf orug store who recommends and Gas Well guarantees it l For Sale A second hand cabinet organ is offered for sale cheap It is now too cold for musquitoes to navigate Apply to J B Utterback It is a Success Have Miss Addie Currens a charming young lady of Mercer county is vis ly In November last Mr Wright Kel- Â¬ visited Lexington with a cancer on iting n ere this week his left cheek It had existed seven Miss Hannah Phythian attended years and had been very painful for OUST BTZESIEIET the marriage of Miss Kate Egbert seven months Here is what he says last Wednesday night 01 is Office of Wright Kelly Taylor returned Master Edmund -- H101 Notary Public last Wednesday from an extended Bailey Ky Dec 12 1890 visit to Versailles and has been con- Â¬ ior cne oeneno ot those who may fined to his room ever since with a be similarly afflicted I will state that severe case of tho ricketts I have been treated for an epithelial nf the Capital HotelSunday school every Sunday even- Â¬ cancer of the face by Dr 0 H Bog ing at 2 oclock Everybody invited man of Cincinnati Ohio and that to come and bring a friend with you his treatment was absolutely painless fiThey will fill this space with an entirely new advertisement in a We now have good walks and Bro and satisfactory in every respect I de Â¬ short time McOluro always has something good sire that this statement be published to tell you Wright Kelly ft is a well known fact that there This is but another evidence that surgeon are many people in the world who Dr Bogman as a claims tospecialist does all that ho do His are chuck full of gas They wont discovery of a talk any thing but gas They gas so cure for cancer radicalofand painless great value Both the method and results when much that they smell like gas From is not more so while than many these facts I havo resolved to gas no cial methods of treatment of his spe Â¬ Syrup of Figs is aken it is pleasant in chronic more but to state things as they are and difllcult cases Ho is equally and refreshing to tho taste and net 1 was going to say Hence as I left homo yesterday morning while every successful in the treatment of the en gently yet promptly on tho Kidney tiro class of thing was still hushed in sweet slum- Â¬ his specialty cases which ho makes Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys and hundrods of people tera effectually dispels colds head Â¬ ber the ground wrapped in a beau- in tiful mantle of white and tho trees histhis section of the State have been aches and fevers and cures huhitunl patients fringed with spotless dawn formed Syrup of Figs is the Ho will bo at tho Capital Hotel constipation by natures own hand All things Wednesday January 14th one day only remedy of its kind ever pro bore a paradisical look It was just only on his regular montly visit auceu pleasing to tho taste and nc such a morning as would do the mel ceptable to tho stomach prompt in ancholly good and cause desponden- Â¬ and Children for cy to flee from you I wended my its action and truly beneficial in it Chanco io buy Encyclopedia Ilritanica way along the bank of tho river until effects prepared only from the Castoria cures Colic Constipation Castoriais bo well adapted to children that I found myself standing upon tho at 150 per volume Guaranteed to bo healthy and agreeable substancesmo3 Sour Stomach Diarrhoea Eructation I recommend itos superior to any prescription it KUld Wonna given sleep and promote di R R bridge amusing myself with only exact reprint IT A Aacnrn M D known to mo many excellent qualities commend il ption listening to the rippling waters as 15 R K McCLURE Without injurious medication Ill So Oxford St Brooklyn N T to nil and havo made it tho most they ruBhed past me with no other sound to mar the scene hist What popular remedy known For several years I have recommended Tho use of Castoria Is bo universal and No other sound Ah never shall I Miles Nerve and Liver Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c Castoria and shall always continue to its merits so well known that it seems a work your as has invariably produced beneficial forget it From tho walls of that of supererogation to endorso it Few are tho do so It Pills and SI bottles by all leading drug intelligent families who do not keep Castoria results neat little city Bellepoint came a Edwin FKrdh M D Any reliable druggist who within easy reach sound such as never before met tho An important discovery Thoy act gists Cuaos BUrtth DD The Winthrop 123th Street and 7th Ave New York City ear of man It floated out upon tho on the liver stomach and bowels may not havo it on hand will pro New York City Late Pastor Bloomlngdalo Reformed Church breath of that calm morning rose through tho nerves A new principle euro it promptly for any ono whe high into the air orossod over to a They Bpeedily euro billiousness bad wishes to try it Do not accept any neighboring hill and old echo brought taste torpid liver piles and constipu substitute Ton CwniuR Compamy T MuniuY Stiuust New York baok the tremulous words Sweet tion Splendid for men women and CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO ohildren Smallest mildest surest Vio lete have better sidewalks SAN FRANCISCO CAL I could stand it no longer I must 50 doses for 25 cents Samples free at LOUISVILLE KY see that sweet singer I made the J W Gaylea Frankfort Ky NEW YORK NY 4i ly Â¬ Tho Capital City and Industrial Legion Lodges gave there entertain Â¬ R bridge in safety Turning to the right misfortunes be Â¬ gan to beset me I slipped off of an old weather warped board which they say is intended for a sidewalk and fell into a mud hole lost two of my soles I mean shoe soles Struggling on through mud falling into openings which infest the side- Â¬ walk slipping off old boatgunwales and stumbling overloose stones until I stood in front of the great archi tectural monstrosity denoted the MaBtodon where they say Cheap John will soon hang out his sign I took breath listened- - heard that same sweet voice but to another tune singing All Hale that great and glorious day Again I started off in a full run came in contact with a fence which is sitting out in the road and which stopped my progress very suddenly causing me tobe doubled up in many shapes and to loose all thought of the hereafter When I came too I was sitting by a well at the foot of a hill where all the soap suds dish water foot baths c can drean down into it from the inhabi- Â¬ tants who live upon the hill and as I caught the handle of the new pump slaked the flry burnings of my thirst washed my bleeding shins and cooled my aching brow I thanked God that end of the R It You had a Friend About to visit somo section of country whero malurial disease cither In the form of chills and feyer or bilious remittent was particularly rifts what would be about tho best advlco you could give him We will tell you to carry a onu or procure on arriving that potent me Â¬ dicinal safeguard Hostetters stomach Bitterknown throughout malarial plagued regions hero uud in other countries as tho surest means of disarming the miasmatic scourge and robbing it of Its fell destructive Influence Not only does It fortify the system by Increasing its stamina but overcomes ir Â¬ regularity of digestion the liver and the bow- Â¬ els and counteracts tho unfavorable effects of ovor exmlon bodily and men al exposure In rough weather or occupation too sedentary or laborious loss ot appetite and excessive nerÂ¬ vousness Tho functions ot alimentation bil Â¬ ious secretion and sleep have In It a most powerful and reliable auxiliary M AILS You feel tired Do you know it means You are ner vousWhy You cough in the morning Do you realize the cause Your appetite is poor What makes it so You seem like a changed to your friends Do you r person know what is the matter or has iiie change been so gradual it has ebcaped your notice KNOVPlfe ln I DR ACKERS ENGLISH REMEDY cLirxJ JOHN T BUCKLEY M w I ti JOHN T BUCKLEY JACOBSWIGERT CO 2njJX2r TO - Â¬ Removed From the Baltzel Building Â¬ AND 102 RM STREET- - iwKlltJiJri Infants JSS 1A wmmmmm ESSASSCEfli Wf tt CRUTCHE f 7 CrHLAMZ TARK C DISSOLUTION W ALE ZFZEBXOES XlfcT MENS SUITS OVERCOATS DISSOLUTION SALE CTJT For 1000 duced from 2000 257jx and 2200 e very latent Double Breasted Fancy Cashmere Vests For a Butfful Pattern worth 750 6d For a Beautifui Pattern forth 375 For Wens Strong Suits worth 6005750 For 500 For Mens Strong about double the money 700 For Suit elegaht 1500 1000Splendid Strong Long Cut qualityworth 650 to 1850 350 For gffdo Long Ulsters 500 Buys a readily Ulster 700 ipb Good Sack Suits all sizes wortft Good a Splendid Cisslrriere Suft worth worth Farfcy Plaid Overcoats sold for Blue Chinchilla before our fire for 1400 sold splendid Chinchilla and 2500 you get our Ctfstom Made Overcoats re- Â¬ 1500 2000 FURNISHING GOODS Splendid Jeans Drawers worth 50c jL Splendid Canton Flannel Drawers worth 60c Unlaundried Shirts New York Mills Cotton 4 ply linen bosoms worth ioo cut to 50c Camels Hair Shirt and Drawers any size fast flyers at 100 2O0- - Elegant Marino Half hose any size and were good selling at 35c cut 3V 2C SOC GOC 50C Jersey and Scotch Seamless Cashmere Wool Gloves worth 75c 50C 1-J2- to 20c se bb 100 DRESSING ROBES Dressing SMOKING JACKETS 250 For Fine Tricot Navy 550 Robes fromv duced Blue Farmers Satin Lined sold for 800 in Navy Blue Cardinal 700 800 1000 r5oo 2000 1000 1200 1500 and 1800 For a Fine All Silk Smoking Jacket sold for 750 re- Â¬ Seamless Sox cheap at 20c cut to 8jc GShaker Sox worth 25c cut to I2jc JLC2 jLOC- - Celluloid Collar any size sold for 20c cut to ice 4 ply Splendid Collar all the latest styles were I2jc cut to cut to ioc 4 ply Linen Collar every size sold for JLSC Suspenders sold for 30c 35c cut to 15c Elegant Black White and Fancy Colored Suspenders sold readily 85c cut to 50c Elegant Japanese Hemstitched and Colored Borders Silk Handkerchiefs for double the money go at 40c were sold were great sellers at 30c all go at 20c Beautiful Scarf l 3c S 1 3C IOC i6c 8c 50C 40C 20C forc K it fr- - Presents Cuff But Â¬ Traveling r MR I P ST ARKS dissolving connection with our concern engage in ventures elsewhere to 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 Â¬ crease Extra sales people have been put on all over the house Those who went away yesterday that could not be waited on will find it to their advantage to come early Monday morning when we shall again put on extra salesmen to better accommodate all Jewelry MS Manicure Sets all styles and prices Cuff and Collar Boxes Bags Strap Trunks Shawl Straps Trunk Straps Wisp Brooms Black Â¬ Si tons Scarf Pins Sleeve and Hosiery Support Â¬ i ers and a thousand and one things that gentlemen appreciate We have an endless variety and when you are selecting your presents do not for get them as all go at DissolutioniPrices Â¬ ing Brushes and Black Â¬ ing Sets Every thing used in traveling allvV go at our Dissolution Prices SHOES IV BOOTS BOYS SUITS OVERCOATS For a Boys WarmJSuit sold for 125 For a Boys Warm Suit sold for 150 For a Good Suit 4 to 12 years sold for 200 qualities For a Boys Overcoat worth 150 v and formless money than you ever saw them before Aui a uuuu warm ouu worcn Sso Mens Congress or Ball Shoes any size splendid grades sold for Our line of Boys Overcoats cut to 150 200 250 300 150 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 Shoe andBoot line you can call for and all go at the Great Dissolu For choice of 153 pair Knee Pants sold for 60c tion Cut Prices j - ForJSplendid 150-Ladies Rubbers Pair Boots sold every place for 200 SOd- TSC MensJ Arctics Shoes Misses School 50C of Heavy Boots for 200 225 250 and 300 all splendid line Our 125 750 150 S5c ffjiyz 5GC tH 400 up to iooo 2 25c 45o r toc NO SfORE OPEN fNIGIlTS UNTIL 9j0CL0CKl SATURDAY 11 OCLOCK CRUTCMR MrmsMMLWac STORKS NO GOODS CHARGED GOODS MM sml joiuJriUe SENT ON APPROYAL