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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iS99 ffiSSHSES The GEO A LEWIS Framfort Botodabout A Publisher WEIvKLY IAPBR DKVOTJ3D TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS KY TELIMS 100 fu Advance Volume XIV TO TOAST FRANKFORT GUEST JAKUAM HUH 17 1891 Number 19 n U XF It Raitrffrlentiful Considerable interest has been excited in the minds of the people recently in regard to the Farmers Alliance by Mr lyaiah Whitohouse of Shelby county State Organizer He made an excellent speech here on CLh inst and at the close his OiSier Members community Saturday and Sunday the ton remarks assisted by Mr W P last Marsh County Lecturer organized a of tlie CJrcanizaiion Wo wonder where Jim Mooro and Union composed of 35 members who to Respond William Arnsparger were tho other elected tho following ollioers Sunday evening Probably at Uncle 0 Hockersmith President A lively meeting was hold by the Daves S Church Vice President night in their hall StantonClub last John Mooro the oldest resident of Wm Haydon Secretary In tho Bull block Tho most impor M tant hnninoss was the perfection of this community gave as a treat to R II Piorco Treasurer Sullivan H for their annual tho youngsters the largest party of B F Harrison Chaplain tho arrangements Lecturer the season Monday night JLiO-W banquet which will bo held twoÂ¬ Ben Poindextcr Door keeper Tho Banquet Comhence weeks James Penn who lost his mind and J M Sullivan Assistant Door- Â¬ mittee reported that everything had was taken to Anchorage some timo keeper been looked after and that the affair ago has since died J B Fleming Steward would take place at Alexanders HoT J Lee Sergeant-at-Arm- s In tho beginning of the new year 1891 The Hon tel January 21 we welcome tho Roundabout and Henry T Stanton of Frankfort tho every author of tho Moneyless Man for solicitwant toone to subscribe for it if A Won an read the news of the whom the club is named will bo they day Let us enter in the now year Mrs Mary L Baker of Ovid Mich present and address the meeting Mr James W Garrison tho Chair- Â¬ striving to gain knowledge and help ha9 reason to bo vory thankful Sho man of Committee on Toasts and one another in the way that will ad Â¬ was a great sufferer from hoirt dis Â¬ Responses presented the following vance us most in tho education and ease for years Was short of breath B improvement of our minds This we had hungry cpclls pain in sido flut- Â¬ report can do by patronizing our home jour- Â¬ tering faintness etc After taking Your Committee on Toasts and Responses beg to offer the following nals and soliciting others to do like- two bottles of Dr Mile3 New Heart Close Observer Cure she says I am better than for list of toasts and responses for tho wise 20 years My mind and eyesight have occasion of our annual banquet to be improved wonderfully t I advise all t tt Sight is Priceless given at the Alexander Hotel Louispersons thus afflicted to use thi3 ville Ky on the evening of January J W Gaylo drug Â¬ 21 1891 to wit Mr David Norton of St Paul great remedy Our Minn states that his son was entire- Â¬ gist recommends and guarantees it A Selligman Mr President Shirley E Johnson The ly blind and had been kept in a dark Dr Miles work on Heart Disease Guest 11 2 Press JohnT Bate jr Silver Leg- Â¬ room an entire year and treated by containing marvelous testimonials 2 The islation J Q A Quarrels Stan- tho best physicians of Che city to no freo fct it it purpose and all had given liim up Forum A Lincoln Dembitz 11 2 Charles G saying he would never be any better THE FHSvlST SYMPTOMS ton Parliamentarians Richie The Embryonic Politician when they began using- - what has 2 HJ23ATH Arthur Bell 1991 of tho Stanton Â¬ proven to be the finest remedy in tho VV B Munnell Electrical Advance- world for the cure of Inflammation Tirod feeling dull hoadacho pains The namely Dr Hales Household Oint- Â¬ in various parts of tho body sinking 1 Krugel William ments Our City ment It was applied directly to tho at tho pit of tho stomach lofs of apMarket E W Richie J boys eyes which soon began to im petite fevorlshness pimples or sores 1 William OSullivan Our State 11 13 DMillikin Our Club Dr Curran prove and to day his sight is entirely are all positive evidence of poisoned Allen restored and he is enjoying perfect blood No matter how it became Pope Doctor and Patient Banquet and Wine R White health owing to the use of the most poisoned it musl be purified to avoid The Now wonderful remedy in the world --Dr death Dr Ackers English Blood McKay Wallace A Our Hales Household Ointment Sold by Elixir has never failed to remove Charles M Calvert South The Phil Carpenter South Side druggist scrofulous or syphilitic poisons Sold D 0 Kolleher Soldierj Our under positive guarantee Literary Age Joseph Fox 9 J W Gayle Druggist Musical Talent James W Garrison Why Wo Celebrate Â¬ The report was accepted and every- Â¬ OUR VERY BEST PEO A Graduate of Medicine PLE thing points to a successful renditionÂ¬ Being a grnduato of a Medical Col- Â¬ of the entire programme Tho an- Confirm our statement when we say nual banquet of the club is always that Dr Ackers English Remedy is lege I am of couse prejudiced against looked forward to as a great social in every way superior to any and all allsecret proprietary medicines but and literary triumph The presence other preparations for tho Throat I am compelled to say after being cured of a violent case of inflamma of Mr Stanton always gives thorn and Lungs In Whooping Cough great pleasure and urges them to Croup it is magic and relieves and tory Rheumatism that S S S is tho at remedy for that disease I took S S make extraordinary efforts for ad onco Wo offer you a sample bottle vacemont during the next year in freo Remember this Remedy is sold S aftor everything else had failed I had all sorts of treatment with the order to make their next banquet a on a positive guarantee -anH-Tfe best physicians Had tho Turkish A very pleasant time is success TAfir 9 Gayle Druggist JW bath treatment went to Hot Springs l looked for by all the boys and many Ark Jacksonville Fla Colorado interesting addresses will be made in Springs and to California but no re- Mr Alfred response to the calls Tioga lint l ri rw I nf ntfni m1 Solligman tho President will act as wornout disgusted with medicine a toastmaator and after delivering an A happy New Year kind Editor friend persuaded me to take S S S address of welcome to tho distin- Â¬ Another wedding in tho near fu and did it more to gratify him than guished guests will call upon Major Stanton to reply After this the ture You all have an idea as to who for any hope of cure and the firstÂ¬ it is bottle put mo far on tho road to per regular order will bo followed out is a well known Tho Stanton Club Miss Mattie Guthrie of tho city of manent cure I continued until 1 am i organization of young men in almost Louisville is visiting hor cousin Ger- - sound and well Geo B Haycock every business in life who dovote tie Tharp near Bagdad Duluth Minn one night in each week to tho study Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases of literaturo and debate on the lead- Â¬ S E Miles and Mrs Tom Wilson ing questions of the day It is recog- Â¬ visited thoir aunt Sallio Tharp of mailed free SWIFT SPECIFIC CO nized by the lawyers as a great aid Mt Clair Ind during the holidays Atlanta Ga to their younger brothers and its diI C name stands among tho first of local rectionTharp will set sail in the stayof Indiana soon Dont literary clubs LOUISVILLE TOBACCO Tho list of responses is rather long long Fiddler as your interest is at MARKET bo comparatively short stake elsewhere but each will and the banquet will be a genuine Columbus Skolton of Indiana success Louisville Commercial visited friends in the Jackson FURNISHED BY OLOVER DURRETT villo region a short time since aftor LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Mr Household Oint Â¬ an absence of fifteen years ment Sales on our market for the week sSjsselssss As to when Israel is going to marry cure in the world It I can not say Six Mile Gal but you just closed amount to 2595 hhds with Is the finest same period absolutely cures catarrh It cures can keep your shoes blacked and bo receipts of 1508 for thesince January Cures in readiness for theres nothing like Sales on our market neuralgia and rheumatism 1st amount to 12591 hhds o Piles liko magic Cures Salt Rheum being ready for omorgoncies The sales on our market were ro- in tho most soothing manner Cures Jim Mooro and Israel went to sumed for the Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Bridgoport a short timo since Israel January Jth now year on Tuesday the offerings Cures Coughs and Colds Can bo went with Jim to show him tho way opening day amounting to 807for the hhds Cuts bruises Israel had no other business more internally talcon were new number chilblains sores of long stand Â¬ than ho was kind a prospecting you of which Tho now Ml hhdscrop is now burns hurley burloy ing corns and bunions are cured Oh well thats all right coming forward freely 872 hhds hav Â¬ quickly different from all else supe- Â¬ know any how Am ing been sold during tho past week Widowers will do IIKADQLAKTEKS FOK- rior to all else it has no equal 25 and I right Fiddler that and wo have been realizing some re- 50c boxes largo size cheapest Sold medium markably tine prices at Phil Carpenters drug store South Wo are credibly informed that Dr good and lino grades for the hogshead One t F Adams has sold his small farm Jno Side UHfiFfJiPS fStfrtlfaiiniflT FJ3irfS9H was sold as high as 2200 per 100 sev Â¬ in Jacksonville to Geo F Montgom H illJlH eral hogsheads from 20 00 to 2200 ery and tho Dr has moved to Bag Â¬ per 100 and a number of hogsheads sJIaISSs B2ii5wU flfiUiww 13 9 11 kj dad whero he in partnership with fa fat In at prices ranging from 1500 to 2000 Dr W II Botts will practice his pro per 100 The common dark colored Sickness has been tho cause of our fossion Both aro nice clover gentle delay in not writing but hero wo are mengood practitioners and wo wish grades are low We would advise again wishing a happy New Yoar to them much sucboss But doctor tho early shipment of the now burloy porting Hunting Suito Loisd crop as we do not see any reason to wo hate to give you up expect any improvement over the Columbus Skolton formerly a resi Owing to tho fact tho member fine priecnwhieii aro now being re dent of this community but now a ship of tho F and L that at Graves alized Tho markot for old burloy Union resident of Indiana aftor an absence School llouso being so great in num- - remains about as it was during tho Guns Mmi at Wholesale Prices of eighteen years is now visiting her tho Lodge or members decided closing days of the year friends and relatives in this Tho following quotations fairly that it would bo best to take tho ma nity pries wo terial and form two separate Lodges represent our market for hurley w liu ullt nothing l it STAND Villi t0iI anil oureUewlieto Mtrmtto ituiiIno our stock befoie imiclmMii north east of this whereas thirty members went to tobacco Ivan Lands nlaco has sold his farm and will Jacksonville tho remainder to tho Trash dark or damagod 2 00 S3 50 tobacco move to tho vicinity of Newcastle school house Tho Lodgo at Jackson- 8 00 4 00 villo is well equipped for business Colory trash Henry county shortly 3ST Hor olllcors aro mon of ambition Common lugs not colory 3 SOfi 5 00 Wo sco tho Owl has boon elsewhere norve and business and henceforth Colory lugs 8 00 14 00 HAVU88ACUKS OK niSIKAUlK LAND IN with his nows sack Probably ho vis business will bo conducted all O K Common leaf 7 OOff 9 00 1 Kr inUllii count lorsaie imiik nwirtntunouin ited Dofoo as wo read some items Fall into tho ranks you farmers who Medium to good loaf FOlt a ILK AT A HAKGAIN A 9 00 10 00 of Flat Creek on tlio South bhlo of tho Ken nice bullilliiK lot UxSO fcot uu Logan from there lately 10 00W 25 00 tucky river known as part ot tho lames Ilurrou tho soil Lot us make our bur- - Good to lino fillers till street between Third anil Campbell la South num APPno c Select or wrappory SCOTT VIOUCTT Frankfort Tho Farmers Alliance Union which dons loss our enjoyment greater wuIjKWs 33 00 25 00 OctU Sm at Uaivlelunu loaf Dec C m was organized at this plaeo last Uatoivm snrintr and moved their Lodeo to Graves School House have divitWwJ tho Union one party moving back to this plaeo and tho other forming a C3LUR Lodge at said school house STATMKOK TE3JE BANQUET AT TESTE AL Â¬ We would be glad for Captain Tracy to tell his experience with that ghost EXANDER MOTEL Jackson Perkins of Waddy visited Tile HEcna Henry T Sinn- - Charles Perkins his brother in this JHIER Icalcs T u and AJI2 33 3D -- T Â¬ Forluiaio RiKi IVicCS ures 1XEEEl fS Â¬ Â¬ Ladies Kid Button Shoes Grain Glove Grain Button Shoes Misses Grain Shoes 95c 95c Â¬ Â¬ Womens Front Lace Shoes Lot Womens Heavy Shoes Lot Boys Boots 95c 80c 75c 75c 50c 50c ICOMK BEFORE ALL GONE These Prices w For Cash Only i tt Mj ir IfJLClj JLj U JoLJuu XL a viv n Tf BIJIY YOUR j J FROM CSSM Hales nJ fa The Leading Hardware Merchants I J MJLST IJsL -- B Pi OS filnrislf lu Illlm j Â¬ illSftft Bflliri I I Mi Â¬ Â¬ U TTJPil O Â¬ 5 i TZ O B Â¬ FOR SALR j Y Personal Mrs John Will Johnson has been quite ill this week Hon W L Ringo of Ashland wns in the city Wednesday Mr Robt R Giltner of Eminence was in the city on Mouclny Miss Nannie Orear of Mfc Sterling viBited Miss Rebecca Williams this week Mr Eugene M Hall of Washing Â¬ ton City is visiting his parents in Or to E C Bohne Cashier Louis Mrs Emily Exum Miss Maggie Exum and Mr Robert B Exum left ville Ky i9ofc Thursday morning for Jacksonville this city Mrs John W Milam loft for Ham- Â¬ ilton Ohio Thursday evening to visit her mother Miss Janic Thacker of Louisville is visiting the Misses Moyers on Steele street Miss Lizzie Pence of Bellepoint returned Sunday night from a visit to Mauison nut Judge and Mrs David Greer of Pa ducah visited Mr and Mrs John E Miles this week Miss Eloise Posey of Lawrence burg is visiting her brother Mr W H Posey in this city Misses Gertrude B and Anna P Ledridgo have returned from a visit to relatives in Montgomery county both of Franklin county The happy young couple loft just after tho cere- mony for their future home at Westjf Point Virginia where- the groom has accepted the chargo of a church Following is a list of some of the presents received by tho bride Set silver knives and forks set silver tea spoons set oxidized coffee spoons silver pickle stand two silver napkin rings towels and napkins pair lace curtains gauze fan silk umbrella ono pair vases head rest leather valise butter knife and silver sugar spoon R0UN R7 Dl B OUT THtiiWW K ftVtfggri1 fa Maug Plthoutzi Co It May 1699 I imTercd from taxnporary nlocploaonesi from if BQKNH0R8T at Francis Win Oct 24 1688 Recommended as the Best Dverworfc for two yenru for which I Ubed 1aBtor KofBfga Hervo Tonic and out rooomtnend tame M tho boob raedlolai for similar troubles Information Wanted The Imperial German Consulate wants information regurding the present whereabouts of Friedrlch Heinrich Goecker and Louis Philino Goocker born in Frankfort Ky about the years 1845 and 1848 sons of Justus Wilholm Goecker and his wife Margarotha nee Gargitto from Lexington Ky Please communicate any information to Grant Queen Cashier Frankfort Ky Â¬ Koonija Ncno Tonio with good results Pantor The lyitiont wns oo nervous that ho coald not find sloop for weekH Ho enflered f rora tho mont in tonso nnzioty which bordered on inwinity I mra UlOnOrSOn POmnof KnprjifTuNprpnTnnln mnA h oontinuod to nso it Tho nppotito rotnrned Rrndaally tho ansicty disappeared the hoadacht left and to day tho niifferor who had utmost dm pairtd iiajoying excellent health Bern Elskamp A rnembpr of ray congregation used THE PEOPLES PAPER Everybody takes it Everybody reads Sub scription Only Putor ooascs will Our of chargo fiom us Tht8 remedy luw been prepared bv tho Revorond Pastor Kcrjlc of Fort Wnyne Ind for tho pnst ten yoara and is now proparod under hia direc tion bv tho Â¬ Iroo poor patients can also obtain this medicine Pamphlet l Bent for eafforora free to nny of nervous dl oddreBB and CO Wilt Vidlm 1 KOENIO MEDICINE CO it Trice pr en CTlntes Dt CDIlAOO ILL SOLD BY DRUGGISTS Bottle Bottles lor 95 J W GAYLE Dmggiwt Frankfort Ky Florida Hlore LigEtt 1 H Messrs Thos Ferguson and Berry Three new gas lights are being put Thurman of Louisville visited friends in this city on Sunday and up in South Frankfort -- two on tho Monday south side of Second street ono be Little Misaes Annie and Katlic tween Shelby and Main and one bc- Williams daughters of Mr Wiley tween Main and Logan and tho third Williams are visiting friends in Mt on Main street in front of Mr Hiram RiiiVir Sterling Berrys residence There are nunior- Tvr I nvoo T7iir i i i J 8 ther ocaliticson that side of the quite Illume out Sn as rySW t no sun was sinning and we iiope he llvor wmen aro oaaiy in neea ot ngnr Ml came out to stay sum n is to oe nopea mat the new Mr M R Hainline and wife who council will supply the long felt want have been visiting Mrs Hainlines parents Mr and Mrs Jas Ledridge Capt Eel Eorter Tliomp- jLEXINGTONK J nave returned to their home in Mt sou Sterling Mr J Haydon and wife formerly The January number of the Illus IP YOU WANT Miss Minnie Kahr of this citv who trated Home Journal published at are residing at Clio Arkansas were E in the city weanesaay visiting St Louis Missouri contains a first AND A HATTY TOOK USE rate cut of Capt Ed Porter Thompfriends Capt and Mrs Walker Mrs C E son of this city with a lengthy Colihan and Rev Alex Hensley of biographical sketch of him from the WaBhington City arrived in this city pen of the editor Frank Triplett last nfght to visit their respec- Â¬ It is a handsome compliment to a MADE BY tive reiniivea here clever gentleman and efficient officer LEXINGTON ROLLER MILLS Mr Ohas E Taylor jr spent Mon Â¬ day in this city with his parents COMPANY Peatli of ilSis Novbold He has given up his position in LEXINGTON KY Richmond Virginia where he has oeen lor the past eighteen months Miss Ella Newborn daughter of and was on his way to Louisville Mr D O Newbold of the Jett Stawhere hehas secured a situation tion neighborhood died in Philadel- Â¬ phia on the 17th inst Miss Newbod CrovycIJ had made many friends in this city by her amiable cheerful disposition The L Ki railroad can not sup- Â¬ who will regret exceedingly to hear ply the number of cars necessary to of her death do the business at this station so great are the offerings of freight at Death of a Teaclier Shortest and iiulckeit between the present time AND FRANKFORT Miss Magletta Taylor one of the CINCINNATI Social Entertainment best teachers in the Colored Public Only direct lne between School died yesterday morning at Misses Ada and Minnie McEwan her homo on Washington street entertained their young friends at Frankfort Georgetown and Paris Car- the residence of their mother Mrs in- Â¬ J W Gayle druggist desires to lisle Minerva McEwan on Tuesday even- Â¬ form the public that he is agent for grille Cynthiana Fal Â¬ most successful preparation that ing Quite a large number of young tho mouth and Covington people were present who spent a has yet been produced for coughs colds and croup It will loosen and very pleasant evening relieve a severe cold in less time than any other treatment The article re- Â¬ ASK OK TICKETS VIA KY MIDLAND ferred to is Chamberlains Cough Walnut Logs Remedy It is a medicine that has won famo and popularity on The Georgetown Enterprise says merits and ono that can always its rums mm b cehiiiil sniDme time be that Mr T H Bradley who married depended upon It is the only known TIMK TABLE DEO 1C UD0 Miss Eleanor Woods of this city remedy that will prevent croup It be tried appreciated shipped during the past year to Ger- Â¬ must put up in 50 to beand 1 bottles cent is m p in i many from this State 125 car loads It 17 lra No 3 No 7 No 1 TRAINS EAST His territory ex of Walnut logs 1tlSS 1ass Mixed tends from Shelbyville to Cynthiana A Card 5 45 i 01 Pep Year WX f REAni mM ni r 3 uv Job Dprp ARTMENT e are prepared to le one of the best in tne State and tur GOOD EAD out on short notice Â¬ Gill nSM o x S tf tf Â¬ X mmMmm X xsxtfxyx j tfX tfXx XXtft5 XXCiXAXX AXXX x x x x t xx Xox jvx X t x x X x X r O X X X fi X CP x X v x X v X X Oj X 5ft m m BINDERYK Blank Books of il kinds gotten up in the highest style of the art Old Books and Music bound at lowest rates Job Â¬ Lv Fiankfort Work of all kinds solicited i Thank You Dan The Woodford Sun of last week contained a rery handsome compli- Â¬ ment to tho Roundabout man which we would like to reproduce We aro but our modesty forbids voiy grateful to the young and en Â¬ terprising editors of that paper just solicit your patronage Respectfully the same 18 J W Gayle eCompte Gaylo Co will in no way affect my business at the old store corner Ann and Broadway which shall continue to have my closest per- Â¬ sonal attention My two brothers O B and C L Gayle are associated with me We I desire to say to my friends and that my connection with the Ar Lv btaiiilR Ground Georgetown Genrglii vli Q Swltzer Elkioni 0 58 C 07 i a 12 3 i 0 O jt o C5 m t Ar Cincinnati Lv Georgetown Newtown Ar Lv it 7 21 10 15 i r Centrevlllo fails 7 11 7 22 7 41 K 20 J 05 4 20 m dl 4 31 4 6U 12 25 12 43 1 07 1 47 3 01 C 00 2 05 2 25 2 45 4 25 i 3 A15 G37 0 45 ii Covington Iarls Carlisle C 7 153 Ar Cliiclnnutl Lv Paris via K Ar MahvUlH Lv 1aris via Ar 10 44 10 50 STEREOTYPING in all its Brandies C 755 1127 H10 K 12 10 p III 1 M 8 43 T37 A Country Fire Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria WILL YOU SUFFER with dyspep sia and Liver Complaint Shilohs Vitalizer is guaranteed to euro vou 27 For sale by J W Gayle Â¬ Winchester Itlchmond Vi i 25 7 5D 0 37 C 16 35 I 7 20 M A M 1 The rosidonco of Mr Robert Noel formerly of this county known as the old Henry Ferguson place near Spring Station was destroyed by ire on Friday night of last week The lire originated from a defective Hue in tho kitchen and but little of the contents of tho house was saved The house cost when built 10000 and was insured for 5000 The place was formerly owned by Mrs Mary S Hendrick of this city and was occupied for several years by Capt Jacob Swigert Â¬ u TRAINS WEST Lv Richmond via train train train train 0 10 7 15 7 48 1 1 2 No 4 No 8 No 12 Pass Pass Jllx Mix 05 5S All work promptly executed and satisfaction guaranteed I VI J W Gaylo SHILOHS COUGH and Consump- Â¬ tion Cure is sold by us on a guarantee It cures Consumption For sale by 27 JfOZEB SI-E- AT A LOW FIGURK SHELBY CO FARM HAVE yOIt WEthe Murkxbury SALE Farm Smltli Glauton At the residence of the brides father Capt Daniel Glanton in this city Wednesday at 4 p m January by Rev Geo Darsio Mr H B Smith and Miss Katie Glanton 14 1891 cuiitululiig ViO acres 1100 8 10 Dint on the road from Bagdad toChrlftlunaburi one and a quarter miles from Bagdad Over 100 TRAINS DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY acres In blue grass and clover plenty of Hater iood orchard line locubt grove and good house HOWARD OIIBISON Agent of eight rooms upon the place and Vtellof splen Â¬ GEO B 1IAHPER Gen Superintendent did water at the door VERNON CLARK Genoral Passenger Agent For terms apjily to CLAUDE BOWLS City Ticket Agent SCUT Nov-l-3- Covington Ar Paris Lv Paris Centrevllle Newtown Ar Georgetown Lv Clntl vlaQ VC Ar Georgetown Lv Georgetown Stamping Ground Swltzer EUUiorn Ar Frankfort Carlisle Ar Fails Lv Cincinnati via KC Ar larls Lv Maytvllle via Winchester KC K 2 33 1 50 - C B20 GM 7 40- 3 20 8 30 8 50 J 02 8 20 7 00 0 52 10 10 10 36 10 44 4 10 2 20 2 2fl 6 37 j 00 4 50 G25 0 38 7 01 5 20 5 35 655 0 7 7 8 50 29 55 15 8 45 15 7 00 7 31 7 47 7 55 GEO A LEWIS Proprietor 215217 IA violjctt ul 219 St Clair Shut Up Stalls FianMirt Kj Fraukfort Ky GENERAL OFFICES FRANKFORT KY usmazm BfWiTOm gjwwmjgigH - nn Below we offer our entire stock of Groceries to the public at TTTiw ii f t 1 A r T C0S K Â¬ 0 Sugar 20 lbs for lllk fiiZlEll 1 00 A CABD 10 11 n Granulated Sugar f lbs for - - - - 1 1 1 00 00 00 BLIC Powdered Sugar 18 lbs for Cut Loaf 13 lbs foi Canned Tomatoes 3 lb cans per dozen ozen Oo cents - Iftvv Having determined to mid several now uuluros to our Implement Harness mid Kuggy Departments suul to curry a much larger and varied stock than heretofore which when run to its We have there- Â¬ full capacity will require all of our attention liu iiiesH ami wo are fore concluded to retire from the grocery We dciio to offering our stock of groceries to the public cost and nothing say that everything offered will be sold at will be reserved Before retiring from the grocery business we desire to ox tend our thanks to the public for their patronage in the past and trust we may have a continuance 6f same in our other departmen s in the future Sugar Corn Rice Lard 5 per 95 e its o cents per pound 7 cents per pound French Canned Peas 15 and 20 cents per can Mush Rooms J5 cents per can - Laundry Soap 8 and 9 bars fur 25 cents In fact every thing in the Grocery Department will be sold at cost for Q A SH only H v Very respectfully O 33- - Or utcl3er Sc Co O R CRUTCHER Deign 1 CTM CO Amusements if KATIE PUTNAM x f Katie Putnams clover impersona- Â¬ tions of soubrette roles are well known to Frankfort theatre goers Love but this season in a new play Fiads a Way she has a piece which gives full scope to her superior dramatic abilities Not only does she And a proper place for singing dancing and banjo playing but there is a sustained heart interest in the now play which Miss Putnam presents charmingly Her company is nicely balanced in fact excollent and the performance as a whole is said to bo artistic and very catchy At the Opera House Monday even- Â¬ ing January 19th Â¬ S J THOMPSON -- W PRBPAMW TO FILL ALL ORDERS TOR- - QoseMs Cut Flowers F0K m Find W Funerals S3 IJUl PILES FOR MEDICINAL THE GREAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY FOR mwm Mr Telephone Conneotion 3 n SALT RHEUM ECZEMA WOUNDS BURNS c SORES CROUP BRONCHITIS PILESI - 261 West Jefferson Street 3m - - - Louisville Rj Send three two cent stamps for free aamplo box and book fantasma rejuvenated version of the Han Ions popular pantoniinoFantasma ushered in Thanksgiving week at the Opera House last evening when the business and efnew specialties fects were greatly enjoyed The A I J E i MJ fj 1 particularly entertaining his many misadventures and the mild sort of tormonts to which he was subjected by command of Zamaliel causing much merriment The scenery was of course an im- Â¬ portant feature of the production some of the settings and transforma- Â¬ tions being especially pretty The cyclone tho revels of the mermaids and numerous other episodes were effectively represented while the danc- Â¬ ing of the witches the phantom minuet etc were equally pleasing characteristics Perhaps the most amusing scene of the pantomine was the haunted dormitory where Pico was treatod to an experience of a truly ghostly character the bed in tho room disapeared boots climbing up the walls like ilies window sashes turned into panels and there were other occult occurrences that kept things lively for the unfortunate Pico and made the audience hilarious as well The lookers on last evening seemed unusually good humored and indulged m a liberal amount of laugh tor Philadelphia Ledger At the Opera House Friday even ing January 22 Â¬ scenes in which Pico figured were Resolutions of Respect The following resolutions were passed by Protection Lodge Knights and Ladies of Honor No 1077 on tne death of their deceased sister Mrs A C Mel lar at the meeting last night Whereas An all wise God has seen fitin his providence to sum mon from our midst our beloved lister Mrs A C Hellar there- fore be it HIS - ROOMS price ao cents WKROI D f S0HP TAR OID OO CHICAQO iepiehixz i 1M Crowded and Everybody Satisfied and Jinny Praising Hi in BATH TOILET AND NURSERY PURPOSES ILL- For sale by Dec Iy o e3eeTtse3 r h ii j CSlSgTft HP Vtfv Yii Wig V U u V TS rm Brfc lslfMffiMii 5i Pi r J lfiS Resolved That our lodge has sustained in her death an irrepara- ble loss and as a mark of respect to her memory it is ordered that the usual badge of mourning be worn by the members of Protec- Â¬ tion Lodge No 1077 Knights and Ladies of Honor for thirty days Resolved That we mourn with the husband and children ot oun departed sister and point them to the blessed words to be found in Thy will be the book of Life done and not mine I EH9Sn tnBftflHr jH5iiP- - are QUICKLY MARRIED mpwwQ of bc3t SAFOLIO is one each time a the known city luxuries and Girls who im sham use am v r mi m m wd w TwvsxSSli tu im caka 1 IH fff lflfJllll-i-- rrji 1 is used an hour is saved On floors tables and painted work it acts like a charm For scouring1 pots pans and metal3 it has no equal If your store keeper does not keep it you should insist upon his doing so as it always gives satisfaction and its ixnmenso sale all over the United States makes it an almost necessary article to any well supplied store Every Â¬ thing shmes after its use and even tho children delight in using it in their attempts to help around tho house Letter From Arkansas Hot Springs Auk JSditor Frankfort Roundabout i sv m numbers The place is surrounded by u uttering from Spermatorrhea and Impotency mountains out of one of which tho of Sntho result of self abuse In joutli or exeew n THE REV GEO heath giving water flows which has Bouibon IndjSays II THAYER and maturer sears and other causes producing fome Roth myself following ellects as emissions nlorhes reputation given this place its from all partsand wifo owe our lives to SHILOHS of the nervousness dizziness confusion of debility of CONSUMPTION CURE here visitors Ideas aversion to society defective uiomor and tho world sexual exhaustion which unlit tho victim for 28 For sale by J W Gayle luunessor marrluo aro permanently cured by Tho weather is very mild and remedies not Injurious spring liko here and a number of V 1H01 AND SK1X DISK ASKS visitors have recently camo in from tho northern and western States Sypiilllsanil complications as sore thpiit fall umptitn- it Ingot hair pain In tho Thoro is only ono railroad running aro perfectly endloitel without iiMlng nun ury tho place but it has a very nice into or other njnrlous drugi depot I hear there is a good mine ionorrhoca ilivt Stricture and all trliair ami Kidney Troubles aro xpivlllj wired Itr m it near hero but it is not being worked nient that has never failed at present Thoro are no turnpikes Ilo uudprtulcus no uiiirnio cms but cures AGENCYJtn in this country and tho streets aro thousands given up to die not macadamised but I hope to seo tho day when wo will havo both Wo Date Remember have good schools howovor Hemember tho date and como early as Ihls Hoping I havo not wearied you rooms aro always crowd M wherever ho stops A namnhlet of information nndab- and promising to do bettor next time CONSULTATION FHKK siroct or tno laws snowing xiuir to Yours N S M I remain Obtain rnicntB caveat a Trude Ad Correspondence oollcitodlmdcontldeutlnl sMarkt Coprrmms lent jrct dress AildnM IWUNN CUj v3Gl Urondway Fou Rent A two story house with Coffee Medical Institute new YorK 7 rooms Cor Murray and Campbell streets Apply to W J Hughes 327 NO 520JFIFTHrSTREETi 11 tf LOUISVILLE KY Murray street CAPITAL HOTEL FRANKFORT -Resolved I take this opportunity to give your resolutions be That a copy of these SATURDAY JAN 17 Day spread upon the readers a Bketch of this pi ce It has about sixteen thousand inhabitants minutes of the lodge and that a Ketumlng every month ilurlni the year twenty live hotels seventy five board- copy be furnished the members Dr Ilea hus been connected with tho largest hospitals In the country and has no superior In ing houses one of the greatest won- of diagnosing and treating the family of the deceased sis- ties He will give 50 fordiseases and deformi ders of the world the springs of hot any case that he can AND DEALER IN- water and a fine largo hospital ter not tell the disease and where located In live minutes He will return to Frankfort every are twenty five large bath There Resolved That a copy of these houses besides numerous small ones resolutions be furnished the Even- four weeks this year Medical and Surgical Dis Gas Treats all Curable Bath Chronic Catarrh eases Acute all supplied with water from the Ear Noso Throat Two of the largest hotels in ing Journal and Roundabout for Diseases or the Eve Drlghts Disease Dia and springs Lungs Dyspepsia PIPE AND FITTINGS ETC STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO trie South are located heroviz The publication betes Kidneys Liver Dlndder JOB AND CONTRACT WORK ALL WORK Eastman and the Park The latter Chronic Female and Sex H j Ahlek ual Diseases GUARANTEED has a beautiful lake in the park A Chilson There are one hundred visitors at the IFits C cred Epilepsy or O FRANKFORT KENTUKOY Park at thiB time Every kind of Mrs S F Freeman A 3Positlve iaaraaatee In rear of Saleuders Grocery amusement can be found here and Committee Young ana Middle Aged Men the sick and afflicted are here in great I 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Jan 0 1891 f To hearts licrenveil and troubled homes eoines He cannot take awav our pain Or bring our loved ones back ugaiu Hut walks with us that angel kind And wkispers to us be resigned Bear up bear on the end will tell The good Lord doeth all things well Gods meekest angel litieaee W R REA H D SURGEON AND SPECIALIST aiuI In ehnrge or the Klcctrlual ami Surgical Department of tlm Colter Medical Institute Louisville Kvat the WARD MMSStNi PECTICjM Plumber Gas Steam Fitter iai i5 Â¬ Â¬ V Fixtures Tubs Sinks Closets Â¬ Â¬ FBAiOFOi 3SXEVAT03R - OO I1 CO jti rtrvrirlf x BCTBMEIb v r mmvMWkJ MsaL sr MStJtt in - SSIUS3 uw - I W trnmmxmm JJki --- Lg MfrFMiM lg wl c Mir -- h ljrf IZT lfj VMA3 j K WIN rftilti the - I - Trr Utf8 Â¬ OP COAL HSST1 3iXDDE3S crn ruh HiKliffiltS8 X ir WgT lUOWlvtla D12ALEMS IN THE t0l0 bt- - iS v tout omco - rv Tr t M oxocutedby Mr Isaac J Frcoman Council Proceeding Farm for tent or sale of Chicago and so rapidly and easily did he conducted tho work that with- Â¬ ADJOURNED MEETING Xutored nt the post olllco nt Knttfort Kentucky as second class inallablj mutter in two hours from the time Evening Dudley situ THE splendid farm of Mrs M rr Journal came off the press Monday Tuesday January 13 1801 1 atid oiitT mile fiom Fankfnrt cm tlm Vor silllcs itlke containing about 2GB acres 1a lor A LEWIS Editor and Publisher afternoon the old machino was Present President Staton and sale on riiiwiinilo terms or will bo runted for down packed and at the depot and Councilmen Darnell Gaines Parsons the enr beginning March 1811 For particulars apply to FRANK CHINN by two oclock Tuesday morning the Payne Richardson and Tobin i tr Absent Couneilman Church FRANKFOIlT JANUARY 17 1891 now press was in position and run The minutes of the la3t meeting ning at a rapid gait were read and approved Petition of S S Darnell asking RKSPLCTFULtiY INFORM MY that his meat store license bo trans T WOULD niM patrons Sub Carrier Police and Fire Commis 1 friends that I will on tlm llrot ferred to Orlando Flynn Granted sioners ot January house City Assessor J ri Magill asked hoiisu now lemove my bom dim End from the West thu Mr H J Hyde has been appointed that the clerk be directed to furnish Mansion llououcuiiv to thoMain btrcot of whereoldI e 212 west greatei facilities for accommodating tho Â¬ Wednesday afternoon His Honor a substitute postman and placed on him with the necessary books to ena have at reMitiublo ratcn A Finite of your public Mayor Mnngan announced the ap- Â¬ duty in place of Mr Owen Furr who ble him to make the assessment of patronage Is solicited TAMES W HAIIHOD city property Granted Dec 27 lm pointment of the following gentle- Â¬ is on the sick list The following petition was received men as the new board of Police and from Manager J L Weitzel of tho FARM FOR SALE Will Wed on Tlie 29U1 Opera House Messrs viz Fire Commissioners John W Gault James W Ho finer Frankfort Ky 1801 I I OFFER FOR SALE AT A iRKAT IUKGAIN Mr Lester W Wheal of Anderson Jan 13 M H P Williams sr and Oscar 1 my farm containing 170 acres the mouth Â¬ the Board of Councilmen of tho of Kikhoruon the Kentucky rlvi rat In Franklin to county and Miss LillieChoato daugh- Tocity Harencourt and notified them county of Frankfort It mostly bottom land and Is suitable ter of Mr E K Choato of this city meet the same evening and enter Is cultivation of coin and tobacco Gentlemen My lease with tho lortnu watered b ponds and springs and Ithas Church city expires on the first day of Octo Â¬ lluely W actes well set In bluegriss It has upon upon the discharge of their duties will bo married at Ascension about ber next Tho sIiowb for tho coming It a uood lesldenco goon barn and other neces At 730 oclock the Board met in tho January 29th Boason are now being booked It is Nary out buildings so located us to mako utle City Council Chamber the members home to tho interest of the city and the lluhttulterms call on or address my attorneys Masouic Notice For were qualified and proceeded to the lessoo that tho hall should be leased Scott Vlolett Frnnkfoit Ky MAKY F QUARLES II aiu Om as early as possiblo so that tho Los election of members of the police Frankfort Chapter No 3 R A M aoo may make his contracts with tho force when the following were meets in regular monthly convoca- Â¬ managers for tho season of 1691 and chosen tion on Tuesday evening next Jan 1082 To this end I request that you Henry Brown Opera 20th in the north hall of Odd Fellows advertise tho to take House for lease Valuable City Residence immediately ofiect from tho Property Dudley Richardson Temple at 730 oclock A full at- Â¬ expiration of your lease with mo George Smith Respectfully tendance of the Companions is de- Â¬ PROP PHE TWO STORY 1U1ICK ItKjUDENCT place Charles Stephens 1 erty known Johnson the J L Weitzel situate on northus Ide ot Sidney street Frankfort sired Main Prank Egbert Tho following petition was received K near tho Cipital Hotel by from Messrs Woitsel Bros in relation tne underduned If not sodlaonollered for sale T McGlure Phythian or before Janu IHecl Suddenly to the purchase of tho Opera Houbo ary 1st 1 S1 the Hinm will bo for rent The Hub Whittington In To the Board of Councilmen of tho property Isto flrst cliiss condition For terms c apply P P Smith Mr Win French received a letter city of Frankfort CHAS F EX air Attorney for Johnson heirs The first four are members of the from Raton New Mexico the fh Bt of Gentlemen Thero are many tax old force while the last four are new tho week giving an account of the payers iu Frankfort who believe it to Oct 23 tf 00 unwise and impolitic for tho city men death of his son Mr Sidney French to own and control any real property The board then adjourned until in which it is stated that he was found not necofasary to the requirements of yesterday evening when the mem- Â¬ dead in his office and it is supposed the city government If your honorable body coincide in thin way wo bers of the fire department were lie died suddenly should bo pleased to have you autkor BUYS A GOOD GOLD WATCH elected one of standing committee iolook intoyour matter of selling Resigned to tho the Opera House property Old Earcls This is a BY OUR OLD B SYSTEM Col Thos B Foard last week re matter that requires maturo considOur 14 karet Pltcnt stiffened gold cases aro On the same day in December 1861 oignod his position as Clerk of the eration and examination and if you yean ami Elgin Uni- Â¬ United States Court and Judge Barr should consent to sell theregulationa warranted lor ai unci wellWaltlnm Stem wind two boys entered the National movement reliable necessary to the future operation of and set hunting or open faceknown or gents onist office in Lexington as appren- appointed Mr V J Uhinn jr b his the house would have to be entered size Equal to any 375 watch ladyssell one ol We tices and were set to work at the case successor Mr Chinn has has not yet into and agreed upon To inform these watches for side by side One of them left Lex- Â¬ qualified but will do so in a few days yourself upon this question we re Â¬ reference ington the following year and drifted and enter upon the discharge of his quest its and report to a committee to examine anabout for some time but finally Respectfully and send to any address by registered mall or duties by express C O Dvitli privilege of examina chored permanently in this city Tho Weitzel Bros The propositions were referred to the tion agent at Durham N C wr Our other remained al his old home Nelson ITIeEimls hall committee to report at a future Our Jewelers have confessed tl dont know stuck to his trade and became a first how jou can furnish such work for tru money meeting Mr Chas Nelson and Miss Virgio class compositor but on Monday ho L B Marshall was granted a license too came to Frankfort and entered McEnnis of Bellepoint were marriod to sell at retail shoes in this city the office of his fellow cub and is in Louisville Tuesday The groom is Petition of W F Nickles asking to enable him likely to become a citizen of this tho forman of the 0 P C Cooper a transfer of his license his store room wanted at each place Write for particulars to build an addition to place One of these boyc was Mr Jerry Shop and tho bride a most excellent Granted Mr Darnell moved that the license EMPIRE WATCH CO Coughlin and the other the Rounda Â¬ young lady is a daughter of Mrs M man Jerry is better looking McEnnis Tho happy young people committee bo empowered to act in bout 43and GOMnlden Lane New York N Y than he was in those days owing to returned to the home of the bride on the matter of granting licenses in tho intervals between council meetings the fact that he has been recently Tuesday and will go to house keeping Adopted The report of the city officers for CAPITAL AMD SURPLUS getting himself married but we doubt at once the month wore referred to appropri- Â¬ if he can do as much dancing or kick TDr Wry or ParaEyxed ate committees OVFR up as much racket as ho did in the Mr Parsons moved that petition of good old times that are cone Dr Wm Fryor formerly of this Ulcl outer asking that fines assessed Â¬ Two And One Half Millions in tho county was stricken with paralysis against himgranted city court be re mitted be Adopted Mrs Jett Eeatis of about two weeks ago and is now ly Mr Payne moved that tho ordi- Â¬ S T A T El 2JL Hi KT T ing in a critical condition at his home nance committee examine the bills -- OF TH- EHis entire loft side for printing Adopted Mrs Matthew E Jett died at her in Georgetown Mr Parsons moved that tho month home on Todd street Thursday is affected His friends and patients Jy allowance of Parthonia Cole who afternoon about 1 oclock after a lin- who have been expecting him to visit was placed on the pauper list at tho gering illness with consumption this city will regret exceedingly to last meeting bo fixed at 5 Adopted KKSOURCES Petition of Mr L B Castleman Mrs Jett was formerly Mrs Colo learn of the above Hills aking that property listed in his docksof Exchange f 33FG270 r1 18810 TO and from near Alton and had only been name bo listed in the name of tha Ileal Eate IlouiN M1MGS0 for Debt Broke His I eg rightful owner Adopted liTiOUOCO married to her present hunband about RmiI Estate Banking Houses U78jJ Mr Darnell moved that tho council Lirik Hals Other Than Extern two years She leaves two sons and go into the election of a city clock CASH Mr J Ilarvio Culter formerly of keeper Adopted a devoted husband to mourn her loss S Trens Nnt her youngest child a little girl by thi3 city in alighting from a street The following gentlemen wore U Nop sand oln Htnk SWCJrM U ikihjvju YMSiein KXfVMizo the last marriage having preceded car in Louisville Wednesday stepped placed in nomination ffil KO 2 Robt Whitehead her to the grave only a few months upon a stone which turned under his Miko Foley and Wni John L Jonee Coppersmith H8KY 88 7D since The remains were taken to foot throwing him to the ground and After two or three ballots had been LIABILITIES Lawreneeburg where they will be breaking his leg His many friends taken Wm L Coppersmith was de Capital Stock 1651f0 00 740MI It CoiitlntPiit Fund interred in the cemetery to day The in this city regret to hear of his mis Â¬ clared elected Fund roiioo hi Mr Payne moved that tho ordi- Â¬ lrollt to Cover Loves SOMDU 51 stricken husband and sons have the fortune and hope soon to hear of his nance and J aha committee be instructed to DUIdemls Payable on Demand 777 u m sympathy of numerous friends in being able to get out again 10 Du- - Depositor look into the matter of having the SlJ17fal 111117 70 Due Hanks their bereavement ordinances that have just boon com- Â¬ lCfl72M92 piled printed Adopted Fire in Bellepoint 4KB23370 Mr Payne of tho finance commit- Â¬ Repair tizc Clock E W HAYS tee asked for further time to make a Cashier The store room and stock of gro report in relation to the payment of ceries belonging to Mr W M Smith the btato taxes Granted 3guoit Solicited it the Branch Bank As the old town clock has been On motion of Mr Darnell tho va Â¬ placed in tho hands of Mr W L Cop in Bellepoint were destroyed by fire cancies on the fire and police commis- Â¬ E L SAMUEL CfUihlur persmith a competent workman it about 2 oclock Thursday morning sion nominations be filled Mr Parsons nominated Mr Wm City The alarm was sounded and tho firo would be a good idea for the President Staton nomi Â¬ Council to order it repaired and put engine was taken over from this city McUloyAirand R O nated Crutchor Wo under- but was too late to be of much serin first class condition The council then adjournod until stand that it lias not received a vice ao tho building was frame and next Tuesday night January 20 Tbe qtnek and direct route from thorough cleaning and overhauling burned very rapidly The loss was There is nothing in the world which LOUISVILLE TO AflKANSAS TEXJS for many years and judging from the about 1000 with 800 insurance will give prompter relief to all suffer Â¬ been running lately it evi way it has ers from neuralgia than Salvation One hundred add fifty mllea A PLEASING SENSE dently needs it badly Oil Price only 25 cents a bottlo Of health and strength renewed and The recent cyclones in tho South SHORTEST TO LITTLE ItOGIi New Press of ease and comfort follows tho use and West have done terrible damage And tbe only route of Syrup of Figs as it acts in harmo- to life and property but thores one Tho press which we have been ny with nature 19 effectually cleanse comfort left tho people clamor for using for the past four years having the system when costive or bilious Dr Bulls cough Syrup Without Change of Cars proven inadequate for our increasing For sale in 50c and 100 bottles by all Asiatic cholera kills people by tho U you are Kolns to emigrate to business we have taken it out and leading druggists wholesalo and there is no euro for it 18 lm but Ganters magic chicken cholera put in one of C B Cottrell Sons cure restores tho chicken that is down Snerman Dallas Fort Worth running job and news large size fast Rates Reduced to perfect health It is warranted by Austin Houatin presses and now our neighbors who Phil Carpenter This Is the have complained of tho noise and jar The L N will sell round trip by tho old machino will have first class tickets to Mobile and Now THAT TEttRIBJUSCttaGH CHEAPEST AND J J EST ROUTE made no cause to fear that wo will bring Orleans at 0110 faro February 0th to In tho morning hurried or difficult No change of cax to down tho building upon their heads 9th inclusive good returning until breathing raising phlegm tightness in tho chest quickened pulse chill MONTGOMERY MOBILE MEMPHIS for tho now press although a pon- Â¬ February 24th IS P Bkyan ness in tho evening or sweats at affair weighing some eight derous Agent night all or any of theso things aro AED NEW ORLEANS thousand pounds ljuns so smoothly Dr tho first stages of consumption further Information mMreas Ackers English Cough Remedy will as to make but little noise and tho CROUP WHOOPING COUGH and euro theso fearful symptoms and is for amounts to nothing jar Bronchitis immediately relieved by C P ATAKOHIS QPT A positive guarantee by The work of taking out tho old ShilohB Cure For safe by J AV sold under a J W Gayle Druggis P fcOOfVILtK KKMTDCKY 27 press and putting ih tho new was Gayle yUAJMKFOUT ttOUJDABOUT T fry Bui log t Psuliry Ikly t0 1 Â¬ Â¬ iiJilMOVED 1 B- - Â¬ Â¬ For Sale by J W GAYLE Drupelet Old Market house Corner FKANKFOUT Mar Mvr - liY H G MATTIES az 2 liflfflflTiiiiiipr 334 MAIN STREET FOR SALE 1 Â¬ FKANKFORT HWmVi UNION KY 0 RAILWAY TIME CARD EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 2IST GOING KAST Leave Leave Leave Arrive Arrive Lexington Clay City 1890 300 p m IE1ILLIIIEEILT Winchester Arrive Jilkaiawa Lnmbtr lolnt Three Forks Leao Three Kurks iOINO WEST 4iO p in 451 p m G25p in li iio m 11110 a in 125 p in Â¬ Â¬ Leive Klkatawi Arrive Three Forks Leave Three Forks Arrive Lumber Point Arrive Clav City ArrUo Â¬ 2S CASH Arrhe Winchester Lexlnirton Connections a in 1030 a m iK a m c03 a m 7H7 n m 830 n m 9 80 85 am Â¬ made at Lumber Point with steamer for Deattyvllle Klkatrwa Is nearest station to Jnckfion Ky Trains between Three Lexington run ilally between Three Forks ami Forks and Wkatawn dally bundajs excepted J L MUUP11Y 1it1ifr1t Passenger Agent SLEEP IN PEACE PRATTS KILLER season It possesses advantages over Insect powders In Â¬ asmuch an it can bo useu In plaes which they can not reach Its odor Is agreeable and It Is warranted not to Injure carptts ilnen or furniture No fital elfects can result from Its use as It contains no pohon which fact should glvott a place In every household Sold In large botth s at 2t cents each For sale b W 11 AVKHILL at wholesale and retail FOR BED BUGS This propitiation Is superior to all others fo tho following uu jOUk It kills the billys Instantly It effectually destroys their cks therefore It Is only necessary to uo It once ir twice during the r Â¬ Bank of Kentucky JOHN H STAOKKOUQE AOKNTS 5JJ Arch Street Pelladolphla SO LiC CO j Dp OF CINCINNATI WILL BK AT THE I LN L Kelley OHIO KY j capital hotsx F1UNKFOKT Â¬ j FRIDAY JAN 30 1891 FRIDAY FFB 20 1891 FRIDAY MARCH 13 1891 BLEEDING Chloroform dLIND or ITCHING Â¬ Curtd wltfuxrt any surgical operation and with little or no pain Ligature or Knife Â¬ Ih not necessary with thli mode ot treatment JFlSTtJJLA IN ANO la cured Â¬ Â¬ HMEymiLEiiLigi B FISSUltES Cured without cutting or tearing ULCERATION CATARRH Â¬ Â¬ this city regn arly lor marly hueniiiiib ami ihuinuny cuies hfi haomaae umoug the wealthy and Inhinntik citizens are sufuclent evidence of his suoewts It is uow a well smbllshtxl fact that umn dl oases of the stomach liver kidney hladde omb nnd nervoin system are either vnuwl nt uigravited by the coexistence of PILKti KJST7 LA Of the bowol cured Dr IteUj has now been visiting -- fltJSUlUCorltlCCTAL ULCUlt RKKICKENCKS 15 Herberlcu Irtnkfort Ky L P Hulett flenson Ky Hrankiort Ky A H Btctilur Hichard Kergu on Frankfort E w J lliudies- - Frankfort Ky David Moore Benson Kv Jas 31 wit row Kumkrort Ky at 7M DR KKLLKVa office ana residence West Klghtb street Cincinnati and whero h may be round every day of each week EXCKPT V fiobnr FratiKfort Ky Franklin 4onls Jruefensburg J T Stateu Frankfort Ky Dr lu Re 7 FEIDAIB AND OATUEDAYB Pamphlets describing these diseases and la treatment sent free to any one by mi dressing mode of I W 269 West Eighth St Oinoimmt J O I KELLEY M Bv W CONSULT ATION FBHB TKf if FiiANKFOJiT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT JANUARY l1 181 Letter From Ukc1cn ZeSce J Dcor Nephew From tho Kentucky Union Tho Farmers and Laborers Union What wo wnnt to do is to nominate some good farmer let him bo a Domocrat L U Ii ho in a P or Republican man ho is neither for you will never got one of the old politicians to take an oath to support the farmers and we must vote for that farmer and elect him and success will be ours Now this reminds mo of an Irish Â¬ man who had an increase in his fam- Â¬ ily who said he would give any ono Ono two guesses ns to what it was Pat Irishman said it was a boy said you aro mistaken Tho other man said it was a girl Pat said you are uocn wrong its a unmaman How does it strike the readers of Prom tho same paper If tho next Congress dont pass laws to relieve us we will have to use tho samo means that the fathers of our country used to froo themselves from England c What force did our fathers use How is that for Guns of course Samo old party secession disunion For you will never get ono of tho old parties to take an oath to support the farmers c The man who would take an oath to support any one class to the detriment of othera would be a fool oc a knave neither of which ought to be elected to any oinco That class of men might L U but dont suit Itopub suit F icans or Democrats From the samo paper Im ready to stamp tho Louisville Courier Journal under my feet and beg all Alliance men to do the siuis if it Tho above threat dont retract wont disturb Watterson any mora than a sand fly would disturb a Tex as ouii dv ngnting on nis norn Compose yourself sonny dont allow your angry passion to rise Remember you are only a small atom of human depravity Dont distroy tho C J talk to Mr Watter- Â¬ son privately Very likely he would stop publishing his paper if ho knew it displeased your majesty If not convenient for you to see Watterson copy the above threat on a postal card and mail it to him at tho Roundabout of 61 I was glad to see more oxperionoe ment my old friend Sottlos improving so Moclia Carter Gloves much A long life to you friend Bon 29 pairs of the above gloves at 95 s jn is all quiet Tho people here are Labors cts former price 200 Democratic no Farmers 19 lt Co Sam D Johnson A great many Republicans Union have gone off after tho Farmers Union So far as Zoke is concerned Zepliyr Gcrinantown 14 the Republican party is good enough Yarns for him The disaster which recently Best Zephyr 5 cts bofel the party is for our good town 15 cts a hank ozbest German And ever fomtli week tiierealter Consultation and Examinaf Free God suffered hiB chosen people to Sam D Johnson Co i9 2t meet reverses some times for pur- Â¬ poses best known to Himself Miss Natalie Sawyier will take a Fbankfot limited number of pupils for in- Â¬ the Courier Journal building LouisThis is my first visit to the Con struction in drawing and water color ville Ky He will at once move In s Con Its my impression that it is the painting The class will meet on r c press fr in ft par nrwlv nt rrtf n rnfir linn nn Saturdays only commencing Jan At a meeting Of tllO FaimCUilW Hnmhlprl ninnn tVin io nor nf rrio 17th 3t Laborers union Jougo neid some Declaration of Independence In weeks since tho question under the lirst place thoy have the staying consideration was of paying thoir quality Oh what sacrifices they are Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria del egato to the County Union for making for tho people by leaving attendance upon the same one dol- Â¬ their homes Ono dolegate was c lar per day toll and horse feed so anxious for the dear peoples good BO NOT SUFFER AIY JLOiNCSBK without aiy drink Some forty that he had himself nominated speeches weie made for and against months before the Legislature passed Knowing that a cough can be the motion One old brother said that the act calling for a Con Con It cheeked in a day and tho first stages he had attended the County Union haB been said that there was no such of consumption broken in a week we not long since that only cost him thing as pure disinterestedness If hereby guarantee Dr Ackers En 20 cents and ho hoped the motion this is not a case will not some one glish Cough Remedy and will refund would fail After which he took his rise and explain what it is Moro cue money to all who buy take it as seat perfectly oxhaustedamidst groat anon If any of my numerous por directions and do not find our r7SJfrtJMtihi rftwiSWilM Tho previous question frioiulsiwiah to call on me they will And statement correct cheering was called for The grand organizer me at John N Crutchors Bollepoint 9 J W Gaylb Druggist arose with all the pomp that natur- Â¬ Magnolia street No U45 South Side ally belongs to his great oilice and Your loving Uncle SHILOHS VITALIZERis what you declared tiiat tho motion was con Â¬ Zeke Yocum need for Constipation Loss of Appe- Â¬ trary to all parliamentary usage I Ono tite Dizziness and all symptoms of tell you that was a stunner Nervc Dyspepsia Price 19 and 75 cents per brotner over in a dark corner said -- tmmk o- ho could toll the lodge how a dolegato bottle For sale by J could attend the County Union for There is nothing like it It is tho less than 20 cents A motion was made foundation of all action The man of Children Cry for Pitcher Castoria that Bro John Penurious be allowed Nerve is a success Tho man without 30 minutes to explain and that it is a failure Many men and women brother began by baying that ho are overworked buffering with ner- - SMt ACKESiS loved the noblo Order that the sal- Â¬ vous prostration and longing for mwm m vation of this county depended on something to restore them again to r3- fiILLS Laborers Union vigor and health There is one med- Â¬ Aro active and pure Por sick head- tho Fanners jv t J Right bore his patriotism overcame icine that will accomplish the desired acne uisoraoreu stomach loss ot apÂ¬ r j votxOkvLVXoti iiAf a jVnnan vr rr rgvy v ici rytir mwi s wv him and ho swooned away but in result Dr Hales Household Tea petite bad complexion and billiotid tho course of an hour was brought to cures nervous prostration making ness they have nover been equaled life and by tho liberal uso of Tom tho weak strong and gives nature a either in America or abroad w w Ballows soothing syrup was enabled jog by putting all the organs of the 0 dm J W Gayli Druggist His system into a healthy condition to proceed with his speech It plan was tills to start from home is tho finest remedy known Dr CATARRH CURED health and Hi MmiiLiuSpeciatHt Tea the great bay about ten oclock at night so as Halos Household forineilv resident Phyiciin of the Puhitelfhta General tlo- to shun all toll gates to feed his Blood runner and JNerve Tonic is sweet breath secured by Shilohs fitat lmitum in cur of the Ono M dual Itltuts Cincinnati Ohio has for liberally on somo stalks before sold at 25 and 50c at Phil Carpenters Catarrh Remedv Price 50 cents horso twenty lue eai MiLVrfullv dev u d lu tunc to the treat ent of lu pec TJasal Injector free For sale by J 2 starting and to take one half bushel South Side drug store ultie He suetvsfiilly trtasll curable- l io- - if Chiomc Witotn W Gayle 37 of good frosted turnips to cat whilst vn ennuis nii treatment is bited on the lar tei bull in somo dark there to hitch old thon ugh educational ptepiritioit Xcbiuoii ls5ge alley before day take his breakfast Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria on turnips wash his face in the nheumatlsa Is esintlallr illiivno of lha nervoin ts dela If uot cared It leal In cubrccil rotatj gland par u kujrjiuce a cure In all teniai al lam lnutlt ill n roe loml ilmbt cttai om liolilltv aut reiuatucda for tho time of year Nico weather branch ute balls curry comb on uwu till ilieuri c lino fur icviMtreau ItwIUi Unon Lai uchcaejaai a irit Kltoraiiou tu Lj Ih sudjti ileal tlor uccus Tho ikfonulilii mil hinibolf slip into some bar room and irt mlittlom rutultln frua TIIAT Mrs Dr Austin Mrs Alice Baker have for tho Ladles ot nali a wait till ho saw some of tho delegates and Mrs Mat Allison spout tho day so quicklyHACKING COUGH can bo rhumatto latlAmaiitloui tuj all bo Maided cr cured bj our thoTodinaro Imnie Hoiuiti Wo Mnc tentlu year tlio HUifcrinsiiclaltrthis of or ie of l umiiii and vthont rcaaau cured by Shilohs Cure traimint JUIOOO or wiirll Â¬ ntii tho Avalk up to tho hall and mako com jirjisnia f initc uiiata Wo guarantee it For sale bv J W it hiiiuers i tr a romlt r nultv iroieri ttiuirtiHl tLIr euro Ii tltir iree lil il lvi rrlpmnnnhlA it plaint of tho rough ride ho had on at Squiro Tracys last Wednesday Gayle to tllni tli 27 fnm rhillAi ak rtll tliOe elp oeiitmotii il linn so uuiuv nljictlo w Addio Thompson visited Miss at dinner eat moro Miss Dlarnsca of tho jJljestivo Ornans re tho nmii fre llnetaulmlnt tho train and Ioml i Ii iioiitcnuuor UoiLunrnal on ih lvipfli Lltr Vni r ireh mi witnrr Otr ircaiiinii It niltuiioiial and TJ3va Cain last turnips When tho arduous duties of Cora Martin and Miss laiu tunilpaii ii mil Ilnoi lo Hiirrlu nil rtiut In Inner loeal n neJiei witlt nlili c tu irjit thv iuuuu u tnat fiTt uuirltiuii out rruilirllluiiiitrubli Larlt luurfrcuoj ii lUoiiiUv at hur ou lvuc tho day wore over conceal himself in Wednesday night true ivvuuiii of Urn luuiic jud liiUli Private Dlmarffl 5tl tho alley until ton oclock at night irii Â¬ Vllrll llUk vho ari nl3li m prnarlilo Touiiif Men I would like to mako tho acquaint riibllh liiiiirrhei liiicliiii Ininlt ml an rill i an uromntlr clcilh ruuin iralialin willilo mil i icumi Uii atiui1 then start for home and iinish his ance of tho Meddlesome Qirl very riuij il lllltlt vitt In r a rilTPtl nnl o luitfrteot abiti uro tli re iltof Uutnti not mi au4 no curd auih tlioiiiiulinf dolUri lu time and uioiiiv kjiwleditft alii turnips on his way When ho had much I flunk 1 shall go bird hunt Â¬ mill- boMowixc am o tutllo laiiM without fall ujr lullvt coulljiuco mj in mis uireciioti tiu iowmtaii rumlu iilkf resumed his seat cheer aftor cheer ing with Mr Austin too X price- - at Mum Klklioni Hour Mill Epilepsy or Vila -- Thli ihonvnaa f tn jerroM rr ntcin i ddlcAsd Men obrr d riiiltof went up tho question was put to tho 5W per tern- emtert iot Holler IMtent lorfection 505 psr fobl thu urinei nh iiiI metuin ir li mr nW certain Irrliatloni In tlirm tjiftl tba tretiinoni dlt in locnmir ruwn ha been bui r nlj ellnunti ir whuli r thtf talUiumt mi cfonr tu itnunt bbl iimiieioio tho motion was lost Thoy had a very nico party last ueiiid i ueiu telle uchnmt adinliie1 tu tin Ut filtmK f th n house and to truluco ridlcal Iubu am liilleiVou cf Minim wcasn Horn bun MbMi aiinilt n no cure In th mol debillniM iuIJcch iiest i per bbl Since that time turnips have ad Tuesday night at Bro Henry Hulotts llestX X X 500 per bbl ierv prsun coiimiIuiu tu ould hrintj or fend four to sK ounces of tlclr trine whlch we Lost X X vanced 5 cents per bushel Tho ladies and gouts present woro iD0 per bbl m Dhcotmt on r00 cart of Im now at Haydona Mill I Mr Ira Green Miss Cora Martin Ciistoii jalmlliii pound lots solicited stopped hore for the purposo of Miss Maggio Howor Mr Wesley h MAItriN linding somo of tho Beckley family Ilarlowo Misses Kva Cain Florence Iloiuletor l invHo an woo nave tait a tobtalu tlcwhere to consult us All curable uascs are inn Misses Lulio Duncan Marcus Moore but failed cunrtiitvcd Itltrt3 treated bv mail nd txptess Where possible personal consultation It preferable List Moore Minnio Miller Mat Wase PlUASUBVnLI of quectiotis Sent tree on application hart 13d Harlowo J C Thompson hoar anything talked about and Willie Thompson Dont think All cases iiul correspondence strictly cnufiiluniil Tieitment sent C O D to any Dont f Railway Union the Meddlesome Girl was there Laborers but Funnels pu t of the United htites and uuruli Address with stiiiip for reply Ono man of ability is working nignt Thoy also had a singing at Mr Saml and day establishing lodges through Samples last Sunday night Had a Shareholders Meeting tho county This gentleman was at nico little crowd P O BOX 703 ono time a Domocrat a Groonback Graham fritters aro nico try thorn JlMrEwrWyCr grCTTrrms-mmirjtirrrTrre-rTTiopposed to or thon a Prohibitionist negro BulVrago but at present ho if you dont boliovo it Tlioannnil meetlii of thoMmrcliolilerb of the L H Hvkhtow Keiitiielcr Mltlliml II tllniy Coinpiny In hereby Fkisk 1iioiii favors negroes joining Farmers Pee and Irens rtesldeiit cilltd for tlm election of a Hoard or Dlreetors An Dm lit It T HsisKr politics What his Labors Unions Do not bo dinoourajed lloadachcH unit for tlio traiisaetlou ot Mieh utlier bulneds Vice li evident aiiperluteiKlent will bo next year tho deponent saiotli can bo cured W Bakors FaiuotiH ns iiiii bu Inltl beroro them The said mectlni not This gentloinan is ono - u in Headache Snociilo will surely cure to bo held at 11 oclock 4 in Co The Standard Printing Kontueky but cranky in politics you Sold by Wickliilb Ohapmnti IIIb noblo wife is an intelligent 314 Main HUeot SATURDAY JANUARY 81 1391 il RJBAL JSSTATE AGENT iMJilTriucrIytliu Standard lrlntliii Ink Works beautiful woman right politically ANUFAGTUHKllS O- FTnE Wlll fACTCw ndtnititno COURTS OJ and religiously In short she is tho i th Council In ot Frankfort man of tlio two Tho town of Pleas For lamo back side or chest use Ky theHy order Cluuuber In the CityLINDSAY PRIrWINCAND LITHOGRAPHIC INKS will also irtre clal attention to the purchase 4 or WM and twie of rwl wtute collection ot r nd cIaIdul VARNtSHESjFTC Price 25 A II MO LUUK urevillo is rapidly improving all Shilohs Porous Plastor 1ruMldent uo icKUuaunn or UXWt auiu Seeretarj 108 Canal Cincinnati Ohio JuneiM iy branches are taught hero which can cents For salo by J W Gaylo 27 Jan 10 yinn2Alt proparo young ladies and gentlemen Tliey All Failed useful lines Dont Know tho number of pupils Tho town has ono Tho following lottor from Mr W A bank three dry goods stores ono Thomson of Columbus Wis is pe Â¬ good hotel kept by Col Richard M nt irly interesting My wife says X AIJLJ h Johnson c has boon treated for her head h iach and nervous prostration by Bagdad CGSSstfiJExmstiHy i v doctors in New York two in This is a nice village ono bank igo ono in Philadelphia one in two entireties two notois tour dry and at goods Hi ores one drug stow two M l i in innati for 10 tho large institute Malo months They all - Botis iSi Adam one school Ds But ono bottlo of taught by brother Prank Jordan Uo orativo Norvino helped Dr Miles hor won It is not patronized as it should be d liy This should bo usod in all is a line teacher and a Christian h Ho uhes backaches changes of gentleman Mr Sampson not th irvous disturbances fits rhcu one who mnrrjed Denial made a J W Gayloo Farmers Laborcs- Union speech at tli lm etcfor Ask at bottlo and Dr a this place not long since It was Mi store book trialtho Nerves and on an able dignified effort did not Heart new 2 And a great variety of articles abuse any one Ho was frequently interrupted by two men ono from Corsets Holland who imagines that J Q A small lot of C P Corsets at 3125 Blaine is a small man in tollectally worth 175 as compared with himaolf Tho 19 lt Sam D Johnson Co other was a native Kontuckian but was very much fatigued by an ovor In order to induce our customers to buy flour packed in Woolen Usatler- dose of Dr Kochs lymph Tho sick Ladies wear man I pity but the Hollander has Wo offer our entire stock at cost to my contempt This may seem harsh It may ba and is hignly probable mako room for spring stock Sam D Johnson Co that ho is weak minded So right l9 2t 5 hore I will take it all back Bagdad WK ARE- is improving but not like it ought Blankets to from the fact that lota aro too high A few pairs of blankets that wo Fifty dollars per foot is too much will sell very cheap If the good people would reduce tho i9 2t Sam D Johnson Co price to about forty nine dollars and llfty cents then a boom would como The above articles with everv paper sack of flour Ask your grocer Comforts Bunhon A small lot of comfort3 at cost and for Im stopping with brother Dan less than cost to close How things Moore for the present Sam D Johnson Co l9 2t K- are changed Benson dont look like hersolf since Ed Coloman left If Cloaks Cloaks at Cost there over was an honest upright In paper sacks Every sack warranted A small lot of gentleman our Ed was ono Ho cloaks that weladies and childrens must sell to make had tho good will of tho entire community was a strong Republican room for spring goods 19 2t Sam D Johnson Co in whom there was no guilo Mr James S Hulett occupies Mr Cole- Â¬ Corsets Corsets mans old home I regard him as a Christian gentleman but wrong in We offer a small lot of odd corsets You at 55 cts worth 100 politics Success to you Jim No Money Required of Responsible Parties to Commence Treat- Â¬ will get right when you have had 19 lt Sam D Johnson Co for TO EVERYBODY 1 Tinware Glas stare Wire Goods J Woodeniare Useful for Kitchen and Household Use PAPER o ACK AND GIVING AWAY VICTOR J FLOUR SON and FRANKFORT CAPITAL HOTEL Sixteenth Regular Visit KY WEDNESDAY JAN I a a a pit jtmiSm Â¬ 4mwfetmmmms -- - smssms4ir iaaiflW l vvisjZvtw1 WKjxMwm M 7 k y igmmmm fMMfeh m a rS OGMAN M - x vk m t f O D rt I I li l Ii UII 1 I I To the Public I i at i S- w u I i I L I I I M - I c - i i udtiirrmhurh7iic 17- ru mu n M WM CROMWELL ATTORN EY-AT-LA- -- -M- i Daisy Lines written on tho death U um n mjr little grey marc ULU titifi nn I H 1 Lull Whon neath the hoc wo lay to rest Somo man who bought his fame Or trampling on his iellow mon Won for himself a name Wo say of him the noblest things We call him honored great And carvo in sculptured marble there Applauses of a State But ff n M BEWARE OF ANB S HONEST PARTIES MISREPRESENTATIONS mi AVBV hm T imitatiqns of ms- i mm oer that lonely mound out there Whero none save I will pause There slcopeth one the world never know No State ere gave applause But love doth pause to shed a tear Because a friend lies there And hence smiles not at tho drop The bravest heart might share Never those fleet feet paused or stood When needful they should speed Never she quailed though rough the way In hours of pressing need i w - scenes Sweet memories of thee When full of lifes exulant flame A merry child and gay How oft across the meadows green Weve galloped oer the way Through all my young lifes joyful day My faithful friend I see Enwreathed around the brightest AN EDITOR ASSAULTED Â¬ Brother of tlie Mladlcs boro Postmaster Objects to a Criticism and has a Rattling Fight With the Author When When When When Baby was sick wo gave hep Castorla she was a Child she cried for Castorla sho became Miss she clung to CAStoria sho had Children she gave them Castorla n E COLLINS BRO v l -- DKALKBS IN- - Companions of that day have fled Have scattered far and wide Or if around me still they be Have proved untrue when tried But thou all faithful true as steel A friend in weal or woe Deserveth still my trust and love And here I them bestow The following dispatch which we clip from the Cincinnati Gazette re- Â¬ fers to Messrs Hardie and Winslow Robertson formerly of Bellepoint Middlesboro Ky January 14 It is only a few days ago it was pub Â¬ lished that a lot of U S mail matter was found in an ash barrel in the rear of the post oitlce in this city Around the shoe from thy fleet foot The announcement created a sensa- Â¬ tion here as well as in Washington A broidered scarf Ill knot And oro the mound that marks thy This morning the Daily News con- Â¬ tained a rather caustic article on the rest Shall be a hallowed spot No marble shaft may rise above iwwni Wall Paper HARNESS Shot and Shells And Agents for Darbys Prophylactic Use it in every sick room Will keep the atmosphere pure and wholesome removing all bad odors from any source Will destroy all Disease Germs infection from all Fevers and ail contagious diseases The eminent physician J Marion Sims of New York says 4I am convinced that Pro Darbys Prophylactic Fluid is a most valu able disinfectant 21 If yon Â¬ Decorations dKSBBg Laflin X rowssx oo Ranri LDUE PLASTER CEMENT GLASS OILS LEAD AND MIXED PAMTS PICKS SHOVELS CROW BARS DRILLS IRON AND STJEELT A 0L3laWt0lr BXWlat 1MD FLUK PUJt C0B BROADWAY AND LEWIS IT IsUNZFOfcT 1 e V In solemn beauty fair But gentle hands shall keep it green And Ill plant daisies there OnoMWELL Ada Maye Jan 14 1891 Religious We would pe greatly obliged to the ministers and officers ol churches in the city if they would furnish us with any announcements which they may wish made I v- - Kev George Darsie preaches at the Bridgeport Christian Church to- Â¬ morrow at 3 p m Mr J Graves will preach at Pea Bidge School house to morrow at 11 oclock Rev J McOlusky Blayney D D will occupy his pulpit at the First Presbyterian Church to morrow at 11 a ra and 730 p m a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Chol- Â¬ era and Diarrhoea Remedy with me Rev W 0 Taylor the pastor will and on many occasions have ran with Happy Hoosiers occupy the pulpit the Baptist Church it to the relief of some sufferer and Wm Timmons Postmaster of Ida to morrow morning at 11 oclock have never known it to fail For sale ville Ind writes Electric Bitters 17 lm by J W Gayle has done more for me than all other and at 730 in the evening or that bad medicines combined idney and feeling arising from Rev W G Neville will occupy his John Leslie farmer Official Visitation Liver trouble and stockman of same place says pulpit at the Southern Presbyterian Find Electric Bitters to do the best 11 Church to morrow morning at Grand Chief M Hutchins of Ash Â¬ Kidney and Liver mer cine Made me p m oclock a m and at 700 W Gardner land and Grand Master of Records feel like a new man hardware merchant name town says Covington will in a Sawyer The usual services at Ascension J J days pay of ofilcial visit to Yeo- Â¬ Electric Bitters is just the thing for a an few man who is all run down and dont Church to morrow morning at 11 1 dies he man Castle oclock and 730 p m will be conduct- Â¬ Golden EagleNo thisKnights of itthe oaro whether he lives or appetite is found new strength good city and in ed by Rev E A Penick the rector hoped every member of the order and felt just like ne had a new lease a bottle at P H will be present Due notice of the on life Only 50c Store 2 Carpenters Drug Rev Father Lambert Young the time will be given pastor will conduct the services at m the Church of the Good Shepherd to- Â¬ Mr William T Price a Justice of Bucklens Arnica Salve morrow First mass at 8 a m Sec- Â¬ the Peace at Richland Nebraska The best salve in the world foi ond mass 1030 a m Vespers at 3 was confined last winter with a se- Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt vere attack of lumbago but a p m Tetter thorough application of Cnamber Rheum Fever Sores lains Pain Balm enabled him to get Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns Rev H G Henderson A M will up and go to work Mr Price says preach at the Methodist Church in The Remedy cannot be recommend- Â¬ and all Skin Eruptions and posi- Â¬ this place Sunday morning at 11 ed too highly Let any one troubled tively cures Piles or no pay re- Â¬ with rheumatism It is guaranteed to give oclock and at 730 oclock in the back give it a trial neuralgia or lame quired and they will be perfect satisfaction or money re evening of the same opinion 50 cent bottles funded Price 25 cents per box 17 lm Sunday school at 930 oclock a ra for sale by J W Gayle For sale by South Side drug store Christian Endeavor at 645 p m Mr P H Carpenter 5 iy Henderson extends a cordial invita- A DUTY TO YOURSELF tion to the members of the Constitu- Â¬ It is surprising that people will uso tional Convention to attend these a common ordinary pill when they Remarkable Rescue can secure a valuable English one for services same money Dr Ackers EngÂ¬ 111Mrs Michael Curtain Plainfleld tho makes tho statement that sho lish pills are a positive cure for Bick At tho Christian Church Rev T hcadiiuho and all liver troubles They caught cold which settled on her Wharton returned missionary are small sweet easily taken and do lungs sho was treatpd for a month by nor nimiiy pnysician out grow worse not gripe from India will preach at 11 a m lfo told her she was a hopehtw victim 0 J W Gayle Druggist At 730 Mr Darsie tho pastor will of consumption and that no nodicino could euro her Her druygisfc sug Â¬ preach on Saul the Malignant gested Dr Kings Now Discovory for Tho thirJ of the series Persecutor ConbUHiplion sho bought a on Model Covorsions FOR SALE to lior delight found herself bottle and benefitted The Young Peoples Society of from the first doso Sho continued its uso and after taking ten bottles Christian Endeavor meets in tho found herself sound and well now OK 100 ACHES MORE OH LESS LY Chapel at 7 p m AFAHM theFrankfoit anil Flat Creek pike does her own housework and is as three and a lmir miles from Frankfort la ollered well as she over was Free trial bofc- The fresh Fob Rent The properly known as lor sale at ft bargain new laud Jh allorcliurdand tlo of this Great Discovery at P II good or the Gen Jonn nouman piace xvrmu the Improvements fulling Awater nil over the CarpenterB Drug Store largo bottles choice milt Never reasonably pmce mm wen in wiu yuru easy itJrms SUDDUTH 50c and 1 2 A Jan 17 lm 1R ucV RiW MOKEHY Â¬ Â¬ a j W BSSBlll Direct Connections at New Orleansund Shreve Texan Mexico and California Chance to buy Encyclopedia Iiritanica port lor Frankfort via Kentucky Midland Railway North Honnd Kxgun Leave ExSun Travellers may learn a lesson ut 150 per volume Guaranteed to tie rla Georgetown 540 a in arrIveCliiclnnatl 1026 from Mr C D Cone a prominent a m Quicker than uny other line All trains arrive at depart from Central Union attorney of Parker Dakota who says only exact reprint Depot Cincinnati R K McCLUKE 15 I never leave home without taking Ive LivinttMou 8OO1111 for Rates Maps Ac address I management of the post ofllce in general and on H II Robertson the Assistant Postmaster in particular This afternoon young Winslow Rob- Â¬ ertson brother of the Government ofilcial entered the News office and assaulted Thomas H Arnold the editor A fierce fight ensued both parties showing the result of tho encounter Many threats are made on both sides and sensational devel ments are promised Young Robert- Â¬ son is the stepson of C L Cleveland a prominent judge of Galveston Texas and was until recently a stu- Â¬ dent in Washington The poM oflice when we saw it in September was a small one story wooden structure about ten or twelve feet square dark dingy and standing upon the corner of a square where the mud was six or eight The wonder is that inches deep young Hardie Robertson who is a delicate looking boy has managed to live in it as long as he has 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 with Pullman perfected safty steam heated day coaches parlor and din Â¬ ing cars Trains leaving Louisville at 915 p m equipped with day coaches and Pullman drawing room sleepers If you wish comfort safty and quick time be sure and call for tick ets via the Air Line Any information regarding maps rates etcj will be promptly furnished by writing to B L 10 Dont Forget are going west QBjjty iBSl 110 S5 Kentucky Central Railway BLUB GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Jmckestruucetrom CJICrsTAIiVL NORTH EAST KENTUCKY MO SOUTHWEST TO ALL POINTS MILES AILES WEST WfitAzqssrmM rgetowii to FAST LI Ni 11ETWEEN LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI that the SCHEDULE IN EFFLCT NOV 16TH1890 THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST k Soulli Hound Ui Kxbun No j Daily No 4 No 6 Ex Sun Time 25 Hours Entire Trains BuKgage Car Diiy Coiiclie Sleepers run through without change THE SHORTEST AND OU1UKEST Lve Cincinnati 810am Lve oovington b lHaill Falmoutli U46am Cyialiiann 1U4UU tiOOpm BUbpill 0 6Jplll 10 23pni 11 UOpui 220pm Olbpm bfJOpin 2bpm 2Upm 4 Georgetown to Jacksonville Ala tf Trav Pass Agt Bkyant Through Sleepera without change Tlie Short line between Cincinnati and Time 2V Hours Lkxinoton Kr Time 26 Hours Tenk Leiingtmi 1210pm 11 27uiu Lve Paris ArrWincliester 1210pm Lancaster Stanford Lve Richmond Richmond Arr Paris 11 lSun 4 65piu 610pm S3 T7 v 537pm G15pm 7 2Upni T7 Knoxville Louisville Ky AS11KVILLE N C ClUTTANOOUA TFNN ATLAKTA i4 HlltMINOIIAM ALA Vi 17 11 135pm 51Uptn 5 45pm Arrilerea 15 1G Livingston 2T0PIII 3 05pm G20PU1 TTTT TTT Nd137 K q Accom Da J Lxfauii oniyt LeXt Cln FRANK W WOOLLEY D G U CC VlcePres HARVEY Traveling Pass Agt Lexington Ky EDWARDS G CINCINNATI P A T A THEOLD Newport Npwh Mississippi - KENTUCKY SHORT LINE TO ROUTE E D Valley Co Washington Philadelphia New York Baltimore Old Point and the Sea Shore AND ALL EASTERN IN EFFECT EAST BOUND Berea 1025am sgg Arr Kiclimond U 45am Lve Stanford 7 Klani Lancaster 7 Wam 7i Richmond 1015am Arr Lve Richmond TfBpin 610am Arr Winchester lGlpm 71Gam 233pm 7 48am Paris Lve Lexington YoOpni 7 00am 845pm 2 45pm 7 51am 4 25pm Paris Cvnthiann l IRpm 823am 4 4jpm 411pm 9 lHim G 30pm Falmouth n4pm 1044am f37pm Arr Covington Arr Cincinnati fi 50pm 10 60am G 45pm MAVSVILLE BRANCH m- Cti i2 TT 220pm 305pm GOGpto I 3 35pm 4 30pm 615pm North Bound Lve Clncjnnatl Lve Covington Lve Lexington Lve Paris Â¬ Daily Noo 2 No KxHun 7 noam 7 55 am Ex Sun Daily ii CITIES NOVEMBER 16 lK Accommo- Fast Fust Mall Express Dall Dally ExSuny dation Dally Arr Arr Arr Arr Millersburg Carlisle Maysville Johnson 10 10 819am 8 43am 933am Frankfort Lexington Winchester Mt Sterling Olive UII1 Ashland Lve Catlettsburg Huntington Arr WEST BOUND 4 fi7 mil 10 10 uin G 15 pill 11 40 um 7 uupm 12 45 pm 1 25 pm 7 HUum J 03 pin 3 35 pm iv zi pin 5 85 pm lu 43 pm 5 GO pill G 25 pill 11 07 pin 0 6 7 10 t8 f T 00 pm 15 am 8 35 am 9 10 am 40pm Lve Maysville Lve Johnson Lve Carlisle LveMillersburg Arr Paris Arr Lexington Arr Covington Arr Cincinnati nati No 1 35 pm 40 pm South Bound Ex Sun am No 10 Daily 20pm 226pm 4 40pm 5 37pm 601pm 626 pm 7BGpra 765 pm Dally J2 NO Ex Sun 620am 5 57 a m 650 am 7 16 am 7 40 m 8 35am 10 44 a m 10 60 am 11 160pm 227pm 820pm 346pm 410pm 6JOpm fiS7pm 646pm Lve Ashland Olive 11111 Mt Slerlliuj Lexington Catlettsburu Winchester Huiitlmrton 1 10 1 Frankfort Arr Arr pm pm 4 27 pill 6 07 pill 11 45am fi 35 pill 12 40 pm G 10 pill 2 13 pm 1 40 5M 2ipm pm 2 00 am 25 Hill go am 47 am 10 55 u III G G G H 3 OCpm 3 H G 2ipni urn 25 am 7 15 am H 10 um 4C I 20 pm runs VESTMHJLED- - EXPRESS LIMITED daUnttid hits VeitUmled IilliiMii BiilTect Sleep roulsirlllo fexliuton its Ivtueiii mid old Point Comfort WiiHlilnuton Now York Tills train Is undo piitof the celebrated ZE IF1 E iHt of Huntington on the C A O Route 7 lutweeii Lexington and IIiiiitliiKton Malco dl- At lCCtCOIIIRCtlOIIHIlt lIltltlUKMll with 0 Anhliind w th S V lly At Winchester with K Icxluu and URR north and south hound OA at P Rail T ton with LVV LS and C N roads tMT f AIITltAIHrilllHlllllUIHllt -- mill IV to Â¬ LEXINIiTON AND OLIVE HILL ACCOMMO Â¬ DATION dally Connects at Winchester to and from K 0 Points audat Lexington with L S R R lor Luulrtvlllu Ky For full Information In re ird to nates Routes Ao apply to any Agent of this or connecting S F H MOItSK Oen Pubs Agent CINCINNATI OHIO W S Uakuison 0 W TJAnNKY 0 M Lexington Ky T A P Ashlund Ky H K HUNTINOTOK9l V P and O M lines or to rc Runs dally from Lexington to Cincin- Â¬ Leaves Lexington 1000 am Arrives Paris 1045 11 m Except Sunday No H LoafeH Cincinnati 510 p m Arrives Falmoutli 705 p m Except Sunday NO 7 La ives Falmoutli G a m ArrlvosClu clunatl 7 55 a 111 Except Sundav TRAIN NOT BS No 3 runs daily except Sun Â¬ day between Lexington and Cincinnati No 13 runs Sunday only making nil local stops No 1 runs dally between Cincinnati Lex- Â¬ ington NOTE Trains No Gaud Falmouth Accommo Â¬ dation No 8 now depart from new 4th St Depot on Ith below John St NOTE Trains No I and Falmoutli Accommo Â¬ dation No 7 now arrives itt new 4tli St De Â¬ pot on ttli beloiv John St Nos 2 and G ninko connections at Winchester for points on tho NN MV Ry IMPORTANT Trains or this line now arrive ut and cteimrt from the Ccntml Union Passenger Station Cincinnati inakluconnec- tlon tor all points North East and yct Through Tickets sold 11ml Asaggtigo checked to any point reached by a railroad For full particulars uddruss or cull on any agent of the coiiipai ror I MORSK W LMUNSON SF B Passr Agt Qenl Trav Pissr Agt CINCINNATI O Cincinnati O No 43 ul m m M M UEHUNTlNOTnNVlcepfeaAGenMunnger III KwHtfifr4 lmr r tnJlJ W and Lexington GENERAL OFFICES Chnmhorof Comiiiflrco Building Cincinnati O We now have doublo dully train ser Â¬ NOTE vice on Sundays both ways between Cincinnati fmSs VI yTTiTW 1 s THE LeCOMPTE READY tV Sz Q---5rXJ- E CO m With a new clean and elegant stock of M FOR M m m m BUSIN ksKBtrP - We are readv for business at our new store the State Come and see us No 37 Bridge Street Soutn Bridgeport noiTHQ tJ at M J A J ANrY AN r TOILET ARTICLES ui i siqe the handsomest in this section of 4 I nni icicpuuu0nux TVT u tJos LeCompte xJ W TO UAYLR i i to You feel tired Do you know If Yoa had a Friend ed officers last Wednesday night Sou aro net what it means as 1 About to visit somo section of country whero James Veney was selected You cougk in tho voua Why cither in the form of chills malarial disease as auvuuuiu aro Â¬ and Howard Lane and ftvei or bilious remltteut was particularly morning Do you realize the cause The candidates for sherifffeel be tvt0 dinnnw Rnnietv held a rlto what would do aooui mu ucsv uuvice yiu mio their early date to ginning at this Your appetite is poor What mokes 330 could give Mm We will tell you to carry meeting last Sunday afternoon at neighbors pulse it so You seem like a changed Only a small crowd was in along or procureu on arriving that potent meoclock saieguiu nusicnti - uuuuui altperson to your friends Do you Bragg is a good dog but get there attendance but a nicely arranged - aiCltiai known throughout malarial plagued ers hero programme was prepared for rendi- regions means and In other countries as tho is a better one know what is the matter or has tho miasmatic of dhannine - surest tioirnext sunuay wiw It the change been so gradual it has When a man manifests too great an of officers will take place The pub scourgo and robbingdoesofIt Its fell destructive fortify the system only itch for an office he is usually scratch lie is invited to be present The elec- Â¬ Influence Not Us stamina but overcomes Ir Â¬ escaped your notice by Incremlnc the bow regularity of digestion ed at the polls tion will not be held until after the els and counteracts the tho liver and effects of unfavorable You havo Consumption over exertion bodily and men al exposure in Col Alexander Julian is the only exercises are over rough woathcr or occupation too sedentary or community that has yet man in the Wo do not say this to frighten The entertainment given by the laborious loss of appetlto and oxcoslvo ner- Â¬ i miHHrH iIIOAndP gatheredany ice i1 was a Buccess vousness Tho functions of alimentation bil- Â¬ nf to rnnwitl A i o Odd Fellows last week you but it is true Tiiese are tne sure sympwuu secretion and sleep havo in it n most ious flin vnnarti attnnks of BCar- in every respect and agoou wmu wu n powerful and reliable auxiliary iB one thing which will check it and that is let fever in Judge Brewers family aad by the pleasure seekers up to a to hei very Tate hour Miss Lucy has not returned Bchool at White Sulphur nn f riii tn im nut to the meeting It Is rocommendod by th6 best physicians In Europe nd America Su centi ou oenli aa siuv per uBiiv The children of Mr P 0 Towles of the Missionary Society Tuesday CO 46 West Broadway New York have the whooping cough Â¬ H HOOKER W Mr Warren Burbridgo of the Cap- Â¬ Miss Annie Hall has returned from ital Hotel died Tuesday after underI For Sale by T n Louisville after spending the Christ going such dreadful suffering that mas holidays visiting the family ol death came as a relief He was well Mr Oscar Farmer Mlown and was kind and polite to a 1 has returned UVC1 who vra Vmrl hnfin fimnloveu Tho Hon Henry Julian for many years and to his home in Kansas City prepara- at the Capital illness ho was not for-Â¬ his last tory to taking his seat as a member during by Mrs Weitzelwho did much gotten of the Missouri Legislature for him during his sickness and gave Moving is the order of the day in his remains a respectable funeral this section The Hotel Brotherhood attended the Sfts 56 Oueenuirt anil Fancy China Tea The larg Â¬ and family have lo- funeral in a body Phil Parront bets from SSOup nieces 53 Dinner Â¬ cated in Frankfort where he will enest stock in Ceitiil Kentucky to select presents gage in business The Well Known Popular from Remedies Willie Dennis and wife havo loft commu- Â¬ Louisville to reside in t Stove Tinware ami Home Furnishing Goods A rut FKf PtNu rented the farm of his FolevB Honev and Tar for coughs Heating Stoves nity He has rough- Â¬ Cook Stoves Iron fj75 P and colds Foleys Cream for Both the method and results when grandfather J D Parrent from 3 up ness of the skin chapped hands etc Uncle John Jenkins is quite ill No Clinic Blood Purifier and Clinic Kid- Â¬ Syrup of Figs is iaken it is pleasant improvement since last report to the ney Cure are now on sale by The Le- Â¬ and refreshing to the taate and acts Plumlinj and Gas Fitting Tin Hoofing and The large gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Gayle Co Compte Roundabout Guttering Job work of all kimlin both branches D D of Louis- patronage these preparations have Liver and Bowels cleanses the sysdone promptly ami guaranteed to be hrst class Rev W M Pratt sermon secured springs from their intrinsic tem effectually dispels colds liead ville preached an excellent agents When afÂ¬ aB at Evergreen Church the first Sun- merits by remedial for which they are acheB and fevers and cures habitual I have the largest stock in my different lines ailments flicted day Figs is the to he found in Central Kentucky and at prices Syrup of recommended you will do well to try constipation that are beyond all competitor Give me a call t8 6m only remedy of its kiud ever proRankin and Mrs HattieÂ¬ them Mr Will were quietCarter of Graefensburg duced pleasing to the taste and ac ly married in Shelbyville on Monday ceptable to the stomach prompt in LeComptes Bottom the 5th Inst The bride is adaugha J iriujf uciicuuim f irci lit aciiuu jiuu AmiIh lintitiiiii ter of S M Tinsiey effects prepared only from the most Corn is selling at 275 per barrel at Allen and Clifton Bright visited old healthy and agreeable substances its the crib in this locality i friends here Saturday and Sunday rnftiiv fixnellent Qualities commend it Bar- Â¬ to all and have made it tho mgst S P Sargent wife and son of Mr Luke Kavanaugh and Martin Henry county Mo are spending sev- Â¬ bour have returned from Falmouth popular remedy known and eral weeks here visiting friends Kvnin of Fitrs ia for sale in 50p T M Scott and S CMontgomery relatives Ghent were up this week buying and SI bottles by all leading drug of Oath Wheat recently sold to the tobacco Any reliable druggist who gists County Infirmary inlms Franklin Our school teacher Miss McGowan Â¬ may not have it on hand will prohogs averaging house eleven fat who went homo for the holidays be- cure it promptly for any ono who four hundred pounds gan teaching again Monday wishes to try it Do not accept any Mr John Mayhall and wife of LouiBville have returned to their Our friend Tom Austin of Bald substitute home after spending the Christmas rimi rominrls im of the man who CO holidays at the home of her fathor awoke one morning to find himself CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP SAN FRANCISCO CAL His irienaB nave aiwuyu Mr Owen Tapp famous NEW WRK NY LOUISVILLE KY re- Â¬ him possessed little boy Jackson consideredmodest and retiringot a die Your scribes markably has eczema for the last month we Ivdr Capt position but 0 M Dupuy has rented the bach- Â¬ havo not seen me nenry uuutu ui L P Russell farm He will keep Roundabout without a record of hall but cant say how long somo of his movements surely it is elors Indications point conclusively to the trying to one of his disposition fact that he is now looking out for a Tr a ToPmnnfn hnH returned from flrst class house keeper playing havoc Pleasurovillo where she was visiting Tho dogs havo been daughter HntElnf in this section recently Judge R hor fifteen line sheep killed Brown had Alliance have organThe Farmers in one night by these brutes J w ized a club of 20 members Great in- Â¬ Sanders lost two and others wounded terest is manifested in the move- Â¬ IS CfiThey will fill this space with an entirely new advertisement in a Â¬ A colored man named Frank for- ment short time merly known as Shack was lound congratulates him Rip Van Winkle dead on tho pike near Mr Oscar to spend lmf im Blakemorea on Saturday morning nif holidays lifl no eonclude for his too his at Flag Fork tho 10th supposed to have taken ir nwi tinnfinilnviiifriintura niltrht If dPSffi V HESSSSgY much whisky ggyTJWX7ygptilYiMlMfcfJffMWffl his quiet naps parlia Â¬ bavo been shocked and Bridgeport is noted for her surely disturbed by tho hodoo and mentarians and eloquent spoakors war dance wo unuersHiim sumu ui Any ono doubting this statement let tho citizens indulged in during tho thorn bo convinced by joining the week Wondor if tho Green man was Union llie Farmers and Laborers Dupuy and 0 there and if he was why hisgraphicÂ¬ 1 two lecturers are C M pen failed in its duty to tho Rounda- 5ES mm m H Julian bout Maou Kimovik tills long felt The Rip Van Winkle Success to tho dear old Rounda want with owners of Horhcsuir Mules for tho year 1891 May this be bout Wails Knots 15rutres Cuts tho most prosperous one in the epoch Liver with Spirins Old Soros Iktrb Wire Miles Nerve of hor history Strains tr Pills It makes 110 difference Cuts etc and for Colored Citi Â¬ 4 Among the flinnnvnrv TllGV act how long tho himt hit- Uin thuie or innfnnf zens CoUc CoostlpaUon on the liver stomach and bowels how hard it is lit it i not of the CtoriUwen adapted to children thtX Caatorl cart Diarrhoea Eructation now inuuuiu bono wo will take it oil on thi NO Sour Stomach through tho nerves given sleep and promote ai- I recommend it u superior to any preacripUou KUU Worm The ofllcors and members of the They speedily euro billiousness badÂ¬ CURE NO PAY plan In oving H A Ascnrit M D known to me Legion Lodgo expect to taste torpid livor piles and constipaWithout injurious medication Brooklyn N T Industrial 1U Bo Oxford St the and tion Splendid for men women urest the knot tho hair oomos m nd you have a banquet soon place hetomes vory h For several years I have recommended children Smallest mildest s and always continue to The um ot Castoria Is bo unlrewal its wema awork your Castoria and shallproduced bcneflclal Miss Annio Canada was sick thiB BO doses for 25 cents Samples free at stop UMiig it tlie hair coi K merits so well known that it a It baalnvariably 45 ly Frankfort Ky to endorse It Few vf week J W Gaylos tho original color ami not a tt tailKSffimUto who do not keep Castoria reaulta Edwin F Paudm H D Tho report of James Vonoy was vory within pamt reach plan of uice left lor knot is I Tho Wlnthrop 128th Street and 7th Ato CABLOa BURTTM U U gotten up and was up with tho ably I N6W torkClty fa New York Clt Foil Sale- A second hand cabi- Â¬ etc oall at tho utiiloiMgitcd dr Church times When they ask whats the net organ is oiTorod for sale cheap Late Pastor Bloomingdalo BeTormed can say your animal with and bring matter with JimV tho boys Apply to J B Utterhaok Nw Y hes all right For Sale by Th Cbttau Cow akt T7 Muniur Stomt we will The next entertainment Horn Clubs SLEEPLESS NIGHTS made miser Â¬ have is the Powder be tho proper mask social This will able by that terrible cough ShUohe sale card for the season Cure isitho Remedy for you For 27 SOUTH SIDE DRUGGY 1 Legion Lodge elect- - by J W Guylo The Industrial DO WHAT J Â¬ YOU JpjAILS YOU - Â¬ Â¬ KNOWfeX rav I DR ACKERS ENGLISH REMEDY Â¬ W C3--A-2Xj- -- Â¬ JOEK T BUCKLEY Â¬ ONE ENJOYS 5 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Z 4 I JOEU T BUCKLEY Â¬ JACOB SWIGERT CO Â¬ Have Removed From the Baltzel Building 03ST IiT STEBET TO OUTERS H101 MD WRM STREETSIAQSC the Capital - - Â¬ PFiMFRl Liua 4 I ill l WSmiLm 11 i and I W71 m fii LJ 11 I 1 WAV ml - Infants Children 1 - - t H CARPEf 0 mi I CRUT 5 PP V iW i THEIR ENTIRE STOCK TO BE i GREAT nt Mm ff fiin SmDSSOS3SSSSSiSSS3SSSk I h tesft We have a tremendous stock and are compelled to close them out 5 00 S3 50 for good strong suit worth 6 50 4 50 for good strong suit worth 3 00 2 00 for a splendid Jeans coat worth 8 00 5 00 for a Leather coat worth Will last 10 years 1 75 I 25 for the very best Jeans pants worth 2565 Cassimcre suits all must go 33 per cent less than former prices 1 1 150 Caps choice 10c and 50c soiled by fire 122 Mens Caps all go for 25c worth 50c and 75c 75 00 for Derby Hat worth 2 50 50 for Derby Hat flexible worth 2 50 for Derby Hat flexible worth 4 00 A full line of Dunlaps latest styles always in stock 7 00 00 for splendid Fur Rug worth 8 50 6 50 for splendid Fur Rug worth 15 00 for Wolf or Lynx trimmed Rug worth 22 50 14 00 for Wild Cat Rug large size worth 2250 Wool Rugs 3 25 - 00 up to 7 50 5 40c Undershirt or Drawers worth 50c Unlaundried Shirt worth 15c Four ply Linen Cuffst worth 20c Fine Merino Sock worth 25c for choice of 25 dozen Puff Scarfs worth 4c for Childrens Handkerchiefs worth 15c Elegant Suspenders worth 10c Boys Yarn Mittsworth 15c Celluloid Collar worth 25c Celluloid Cuffs worth 8c 35c 75c 85c 25c 35c 75c 25c 25c 3 40c CASH CASH CASH Ml III II k 75c Childs Suit Si 50 2 3 x III worth Ill CASH ONLY bScgga fcfcT nT bK LY hsssesghxms nwiiini igssmagKigrawiiaggg 5 U 1 Sill 1 rercoats 50 75c S2 3 2 25 U Tul uUQLu We are X10ww CLOSING OUT OUR MAMMOTH STOCK of SHOES 1 Boys Overcoats worth age 5 to 10 years Si 50 1 4 00 00 50 50 4 50 3 5 00 Bops long warm Overcoat age 18 3 to 3 3 5 50 50 WE WANT MONEY Si 50 255 pairs Ladies Dongola Kid 99c worth 1 pairs Ladies Glove grain 99c worth 50 35 pairs Misses Front Lice School 50c worth 1 25 33 160 pairs Mens Lace and Congress Si 19 1 00 7 50 50 Boys Overcoat splendid value age 13 6 50 7 50 3 00-- 9 00 9 50 - to 3 75 18 Boys fancy color suit long pants age 5 00 13 to 18 worth if Y 4 50 Boys fancy color suit long pants age s1 r 6 50 13 to 18 worth 6 50 Boys fancy color suit long pants age 13 to 15 wortn 9 00 7 50 Boys fancy color suit long pants age 13 50 13 to 18 worth 15 ioi rvnit j j - ji c rliilrlrfMis kllff nnnts to close at 2Cr i W Si and Si 25 40c 75c i L i Mens long warm Ulsters worth 8 50 worth 5 00 Mens long Chincilla Ulsters 14 00 7 00 Mens Fur Beaver Ulsters worth 7 50 Mens long Chincilla Fur Trimmed Ulsters worth 14 00 Sio 00 S12 00 Si 500 S20 00 will buy you an elegant coat that sold for 40 per cent more money 00 6 00 5 it -- ti 1 WE NEED MONEY Only one Price to All J We Need the Gash KHIIiLLjagSKHgg One Price to All worth 75 pairs Boys Lace good value 99c worth 75 pairs Mens Kip Boots at Si 50 worth 60 pairs Mens Kip Boots at S200 worth 75 pairs Mens first class Grain Boots only 133 pairs Carpet Slippers Mens and Ladies only 35c and 40c 400 pairs Ladies Rubbers 205 pairs Mens Arctics only 72 pairs Ladies Arctics only S2T555 1 1 50 50 - 200 2 i 1 50 2 50 I 25c 75c 65c r M ST ATKS