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Digital page images are linked to the text file. m mm ffflBrTfl f Y T VTrtVr r HTO Tiro GEO A LEAYIS Frankfort A KOMDABOITT SOCETr 1891 NIilVS Publisher WJillKLT I APEK DtiVO tii KY lu 1 OOAL AND M TEUUS IDJ Tu Advance Volume XIV iJixBiJiu junniiuJUJmmaxi ummumarat KHANKFOKI HSnugllt Highest of all in Leavening Power U JM7M 7i Number jmnuSAiLmjguujtav 0 Tlie Little iviiaiic ser S Govt Report Aug 889 Tliti little mlddlo tliiu slitpr Just Wit piim oM iissimMiItu1 Hot look H sweet us Mil So plimii mi I rotiiil an dlmpliil 1 T vfiJjy JsssasSl M w her The little ilMle iluuliti r 1ri wint imii Hv now Rr vyjp ii nes For u siiuUi N on iiei brow Pit asp would jou like It 111111111 Tile little iiiuUlen irlis And MHiiitlilliK lllce n dewdiop U triiutilliu in her ejes To wear jour dstets diewn tu Cut down for littlii While Jessie ten and Millie Ix Have alwajs hoinethlns new You Mi- - when Je sleri kowiih and ciiies Am fiiflliioned oer on n e They soon wear out oh jes huleed As Rist as runt cm be And Mul nels them Sieillkeafalij iieen And lesMes like another And Im the one between sm PURE ABSOLUTES 10 pounds from 181 to 2 50 per head It is said Hint a large fortune now awaiting heirs will in all probability bring more than 120000000 to We wish the Woodford county claimants tho largest success For Heavens sake let something happen to bring some money to Woodford Within the last six weeks Wood ford has suffered severely at tho Tho resi Â¬ hands of the lire king dence of Messrs Noel Ben and James Johnson and Mr Fishback and the Lobaceo barn of Mr C T Freeman with largo properties in both Versailles and Midway havo been destroyed Will some legal gentleman please explain the technical distinctions which follow If I hire a horse from the Roundabout man sell the horse and pocket the money thats theft If the Roundabout man borrows a horse from mo sells it and appropri- Â¬ ates the proceeds thats breach of Mimsiavr 1 vivyivi Pies 3D -- nttCT ramftrai XD aJ fair prices Horses from 90 to Jersey cow 25 Shoats from 105 0 to Between Tlie ILiOTT AT- - nier wish joud tell my mother Oh not that rum afraid Except to huit her reelings That her little middle maid Would be the gladdest belli If she niltnt base from town Just once and all hers only A single whole new gown 1 So us Dear mother- heed I pray The little middle luuhters plea Which I send forth to day So plump tiiul round and dimpled So swift jour will to do Please when jou buy the autumn things Jast buy her one thing new - Im sjiipathetlc Harpers Young People JLELJ People fail in many ways In busi Â¬ 11VI11 UIU DUCWU 1IVU OUWVfM A4WAU ness in morality In religion in hap lUlll ground it is trespass but if he the pinewj and in health A weak heart takes it from the pile at the shock then Â¬ is often an unsuspected cause in fail- it is theft It seems to us that there is ure in life If the blood does not cir-Â¬ something rotten in Kentucky juris- culate properly in the lungs there is prudence shortness of breath asthma etc in Now let the farmers speak out and the brain dizziness headache etc in the stomach wind pain indiges- Â¬ bury into utter oblivion S B Erwin tion faint spells etc in the liver the vile traitor who smells so strong The torpidity congestion eto Pain in of warehousemens money the left sido shoulder and stomach is warehousemen lie and take other oausod by heart strain For all these advantages but they are open faced maladies Dr Miles Now Ouro for tho while this Erwin is the sneaking heart and lungs is the best remedy groveling cowardly traitor It will Sold guaranteed and reoommended take bub a short time to render him by J W Gayle Frankfort Ky Trea a stench in the nostrels of all honest farmers 3 tise free Â¬ i8y very great over there Mr Ezra Allison made a business trip to Louisville last Friday Mrs J H Sudduth and Miss Nellie Innes were tho guests of Mrs W C Bryant last Saturday again Misses Sallie Sudduth and Pearlie Pulliam visited the family of Mr Nicholas Allison Saturday and Sun- Â¬ day We would like very much to know why Messrs Harrison Sims and Mitch Smith make frequent visits to Mt JJion Ridge The attraction must be Tobacco growers are all busy stiip ping and getting their crop rcatiy tor market Those who have sold recently have srcnorallv received good prices A young man in this neighborhood is wearing a sad countenance because his bonny bird is soon to leave for ji warmer climnte Cheer up young man for when the warm breath of spring begins to blow she will return Witt S3 Ladies Kid Button Shoes Grain Glove Grain Button Shoes Misses Grain 11 2 Shoes 11 2 95c 95c 95c 80c 75c 75c 50c 50c A w Miss Cordie Adams closed her school Inaf SJnfiTnln -tr mnnh v n Vin v rvregret 01 many 01 ner pupns iviay success attend you Miss Cordie in every undertaking in life and may Happiness be in store lor you What has become of some of the former correspondents of tho Round- Â¬ about Why do they not lend a help- Â¬ ing hand to make tho dear old paper as interesting as possible Womens Front Lace Shoes 1 Lot Womens Heavy Shoes 1 Lot Boys Boots 11 13 Nellie Gray COME BEFOEE ALL GONE These Prices 1 Bulldofus Miss Tilly Roberts of Shelby ville has returned home after a weeks visit to Miss Kittio Shaw Mrs Lulie Owen left this week for a visit to relatives in Ghent to bo gone several weeks Miss Leonna Jett leaves Monday for Lebanon Ohio to attend the Normal School Miss Eloise Trumbo of Big Eddy was tho guest of Miss Lucy McGinnis last week Mrs A II Botts was called to Jessamine this week to attend tho bed Â¬ side of her brother who is quite sick The second term of school at Ex Â¬ celsior Institute will begin next Monday Miss Katyo Coleman of Louisville after a short visit to friends and rela Â¬ tives here and at Millville returned home last week Miss Jennie Jett and Miss Susie Darnell aro spending a few days in Millville this week The masquerade at Mr E D Shry oeks on the 14th inst was quite a success Those present wore Sirs L A Trumbo Misses Kittio Shaw Tilly Roberts Lucy McGinnis Eloiso Trumbo Jen Jett Annabel and Jen nio Fogg Birdelle and Lulie Bedford Jumijo Annie Church Road Welch Susie Darnell Clara Crutcher Leonna and SLEEPLESS NIGHTS made miser- Â¬ liUaymoJott iuesssrs ii a xrumuo able by that torriblo cough Shilohs Laf Crutcher Limp Crutcher Geo Cure is the Remedy for you For salo Maslin Brown Taylor Will Jott C 27 by J W Gayle IE Cromwell G W Hearn Robert Mastin Hugh Cromwell Will Crutch1 or Wood McGinnis John South lid Crutcher R L Cromwell Allen After sponding tho holidays horo Cromwell The next meotinir of tho club will Misses Annio uiuiron and iwutuo Drniol haw returned to their re bo at Miss Kitty Shaws in Franklin imd Shel- - j The Jott Bible Reading Society is oy bj1j p10jrosaig ami nl0uts ovory Mr Win Winston has returned to Monday night with a full ntton his homo in Alabama Mr Winston j daneo Â¬ I Weather cold as compared to what it was this time last yeai Wesley Hall is still buying and shipping turkeys Revs Spates of Eminenco and Jones of Clayvillnge are holding a protracted meeting at this place Wv n largo attendonoo and two additions Services both day and night through this week Our friend Fletcher Claxon is talk- Â¬ ing of going into tho dry goods business with J L Stivers at this place Mr Geo Claxon has returned to his homo at Waco Texas after spending soveral weeks with friends and relatives Mr E T Denkins of Bagdad gave our town a short visit last week Tom says he lias done nothing this winter but hunt birds I expect ho is nfler one of Mr Austins birds The farmers of this community have been realizing large prices for their tobacco some getting as high as twenty three dollars per hundred weight I think the matrimonial car will start soon in this town Thore have been several very attentive young Tom late gents hero of startedLook out When again lias old coals are kindled thoy burn fast FROM ANOTHER CORRESPONDENT on NervouB Disoases free at J W Gaylea who guarantees and recom- Â¬ 3 mends it others state that tney never handled any modicine which sold so rapidly or gave such satisfaction Trial bot- Â¬ tles of this great medicine and book isfaction in headacho nervousness sleeplessness sexual debility back acho poor memory fits dizziness Co etc L Burton Troy N Y Ambory Murphy of Battle Creek Co of Mich O B Woodworth Fort Wayne Ind and hundreds or Axi Suiisaritasal 7r25tter Druggists everywhere report that the sale3 of the Restorative Nervine a nerve food and modicine- - are as Â¬ tonishing exceeding anything they ever had while it gives universal sat Â¬ For das Only v WE CAN AND DO Guarantee Dr Ackers Blood Elixir it has been fully demonstrated to tlie people of this country that it is superior to all other preparations for olood diseases It isapoditivecuro for syphilitic poisoning Ulcers Erup Â¬ tions and Pimples It purifies tho whole system tind thoroughly builds up tho constitution for 9 UY Y OUR PROM J W Gayle Druggist I OUISVSEJLE TOBACCO MARKET FURNISHED BY QLOVEIiS DUKRETT LOUISVILLE TOBACCO vKvUEHOUSE Jetl j I fSSOH 0n0 ofom kova ptHhtiaded his girl to A stroke of sorrow and sadness elope with him she jumped out of visited our community a few days tho window got in tho buggy and since in tho form of a telegram started but on hearing tho delight- announcinglMtho utuiwiM ui n mioa niiiv mi UUlHlU Ut Hiu iiuiaqiiui iiuu biiuy iiu i 1 r OIIU Wiio ijmu it uivuuiu cided to go so fur and no furthor JNOWOOIU and her aged father and her sister Mr W B Quinn who has boon Mrs Sandford Goin aro not alone in quite sick for tho last week is con- Â¬ Â¬ their sorrow Thoy have tho deep Â¬ valescing est sympathy of tho entire neighbor hood Miss Maggio Quinn is expected homo in a fow weeks Property afthe salfi of J M S Annie Rooneys Joe Darnell on tho lSthJput brought 1 Sri as a t wiS - E Sales on our market for the week just closed amount to 2980 hluls with receipts of 1931 for tho samo period Sales on our market since January 1st amount to 2573 hhds This has been another week of large sales with a remarkably strong and activo market for new hurley Although tho now hurley crop is now coming forward freely prices havo been fully maintained throughout tho entire week and closed with a strong and active demand for tho medium good and lino grades One hogshoad of now hurley was sold this weok as high as 2IJ 60 per 100 being the highest prico of tho year Tho common grades aro low The position of old hurley romains un Â¬ GRAY CHURCH The Leading Hardware Merchants MJLST IK BEL OS r -- HEADQUARTERS quotations fairly represent our market for burloy Tho following tobacco Colory trash Common lugs not colory Colory lugs Common leaf Medium to good loaf Good to flno fillers Soloct or wrappory changed Trash dark or damaged 2 4 3 8 7 9 10 tobacco ft to Sporting file s 4 00u 00 50if 3 50 8 00 5 00 Mi Guns Hunting Suits hm Shells Examine 00 14 00 0060 9 00 16 00 00 00 25 00 Ordirii at Whilmlt Piitss oir stock -- loaf 25 00 33 00 Wo hmullo nothing but STANDARD GOODS ami our prices we guur uitce butoro imrclmalug elsuwliure - A Personal to r fb M Versailles Mrs S N Davidson and daughter Mrs John A Kleber have been visit- Â¬ ing friends in Louisville this week Misses Florence Kendall and Ed wina Bryan spent Wednesday in Louisville Miss Lizzie McConnell who has been visiting the Misses Tanner has returned to her home in Lexington Mr Julian Jackson who has been employed by Mr W H Hoge as parents Col John O Hodges of the Trades Journal came down from Lexington Tuesday morningon business Mrs Lee A Owen of this county left Thursday for Carroll county to visit her father Mrs Robert Choate and children left Tuesday afternoon for a visit to relatives in Louisville Mrs Nannie Duvall has returned from a visit to friends in Versailles C Miss Katye Coleman of Louisville who has been visiting relatives in this city returned home Thursday Miss Clara Sherley of Louisville is visiting friends in this city Miss Bessie Bernard of Louisville is the guest of her cousin Miss Mary Browaor Miss Hallie Stephens is quite ill at her homo on Conway street Mr John E Miles who has been quite ill for several monthp is im proving every day and he hopes to be able to leave for Florida about the first of February Mrs 0 Q Wright and son little 0 Q jr who have been visiting rela- Â¬ tives here left yesterday afternoon for their home in Philadelphia Mrs James N Miles is quite sick at her home on Steele street with the grip Misses Fannie T and Bessie Lewis of Woodlake are visiting relatives in Mr Grant Greon jr of Clay City was in the city Tuesday visiting liie had it been removed years ago and Frankfort thus relioved of tho worry and bother caused by the continued agitation of tho removal question which has been kopt up by Louisville and Lexington for tho past half cen Â¬ tury and more she would now bo a manufacturing town of no mean im- Â¬ t v ir iuii portance If Louisville will put the money jlippiic Fil FiiuVtf Sicklier Tlystcr she proposes to use in buying the ks St Vitus Jlaueo Keryoiisness capital from the State into manufac- Â¬ Hypochondria Slolancliolia In turing enterprises or into tho im- Â¬ ebrlly Sleeplessness Dizzi Â¬ provement of her streets Bho will ness Brain end Spinal derive far more benefit from it Weakness As Frankfort has always managed to hold her own in many a hard This modlcino has direct action upon fought battle with her ancient ene irrita mies at the mouth of Beargrass and thenervo centers allaying all powor billtlos and increasing the How and in the Bluegrass country it would of norvo iluid It la perfectly harmless not cause very great surprise if she iid loaves no nnptaowint olTots came out winner in tho present skir- Â¬ Our Pamphlet for Bufferors of norvons dJ mish any rase tToHiG TARBOID PILESI SALT RHEUM FOR MEDICINAL THE GREAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY FOR AM 1 rnv ECZEMA WOUNDS BURNS PILESI c SORES CROUP BRONCHITIS Send throe two cent stamps for free sample box and boolc PRICE 50 CENTS TK R OI D SOK P fc BATH TOILET AND NURSERY PURPOSES TAR OID CO For sale by Dec 13 ly CHICAGO ILL Doll Wedding Mr W address and be Bent free to poor patienta can also obtain this medicine eoosoB will commissary at Jackson in Breathitt county for the past year is in the city visiting relatives Miss Stites Duvall is the guest of Miss Nettie McDowell in Lexington Rev Alex 0 Hensley of Washing- Â¬ ton D C is in the city visiting his father and mother Little Lena Stewart Pusey and nurse returned home Monday after a two weeks visit to her father Dr H M Pusey Louisville Capt Asa Walker and wife nee Miss Belle Grant of Brooklyn N Y family Mrs Belle Colahan KOENIO MEDICINE CO had a great time at the residence of CHICAGO ILL H Averill on Washington 50 Wert Utiitn Mr Oaten Ot SOLD BY DRUCCI8T8 street celebrating tho marriage of Price 91 per Bottle 6 Bottle lor f 5 two little misses dollies Tho groom J V GAYLE Druggist Frankfort Ky was Miss Mary Keith Miles Grant Miles and the bride Miss Maria Louise Master Lilian Averill Averills Norman Miles acted as usher upon tho occasion while Cardinal Will Haycraft performed the ceremony When Norman had seated ail the lit- Â¬ tle people the contracting parties were presented before the Cardinal without attendants other than their respective owners and in a very sol- Â¬ pronounced man emn manner and wife Immediately after the 1S E5SS ceremony the dollies were placed in a baby buggy and trundled over to the residence of Mr James W lip TTIyTTISxTJPrrl Hughes on Second street where a IMlLsUMUr lUWA HI reception and supper was given the JM bridal party by Miss Laura Hughes and the little ones spent an hour or ir YOU WANT two of unalloyed pleasure The bride was beautifully attired in white lace AND A IIAWY COOK USE dress mado en train while the groom was handsomely gotten up in a suit CREAM FLOUR of black Those present were Misses Mary MADE BY Keith Miles Maria Louise Averill LEXINGTON ROLLER MILLS Katie Lindsey Genevieve Lindsey Mary Hendrick Susie McHenry COMPANY Swigert and Laura Hughes Masters LEXINGTON KY Will Haycraft and Norman Miles Wednesday evening the little folks ton years and is now prepared under bis direc tion by tbo of chargo from us This remedy bait been preparod by tho Boverand Pastor Kccnlg of Fort Wayne Ina for tbe pnst Iroo PHIL JXTcyfc OIRIEIErfcTXEIEB Â¬ every WATERPROOF COLLAR or CUFF BE UP TO THE MARK rdm Srnumauv to gtoU1 jSrot to Discolor BEARS THIS MARK THAT CAN BE RELIED ON TRADE CREAM kfeMt4a EMM LLuloID Mark NEEDS NO LAUNDERING CAN BE WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMENT THE ONLY LINEN LINED WATERPROOF COLLAR IN THE MARKET GOOD BREAD fha2tkfort ejIiEvatok fiWlKir IJzjtr tfinirsr - coal oo of New York is in the city visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Ed Hensley Miss Emma Moore of Georgetown is visiting friends aud relatives in this city Mr Ed Weitzel returned from a trip to Cincinnati Tuesday Miss Mary Brockenborough Fitz hugh of Lexington is visiting the Misses Stanton on Second street Miss Mamie Russell of Louisville who has been visiting Mrs Marion Williams returned home Monday Mr F W Keyeswith the LeCompte Gayle Co has been on the sick list this week Travellers may learn a lesson from Mr C D Cone a prominent attorney of Parker Dakota who says I never leave home without taking a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Chol- Â¬ era and Diarrhoea Remedy with me and on many occasions have ran with it to the relief of some sulTerer and have never known it to fail For sale 17 lm by J W Gayle VBxiJBlBIBaMlBBMp0BvHliLiii II jll HHyfiBaBBBBBWBlMP 1ldffVBMIMMIIMBY Wholesale Poisoning m Shortest and quickest between CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT Principal Offlce and rflevitor root Steele St Telephones No 2 and su BEST ln CrlES-A-IDES x t i A X J LV OIE1 KILE Brunch Oflke corner St Clair and Wupplng Street COAL Mummer lnuroLU next morning her father step- Â¬ mother uncle and aunt drank coffee from the pot The uncle and aunt Of Cincinnati will be in his usual step mother quarters at the Capital Hotel on Fri- Â¬ died and the father and very near it The girl was came day next January 30th If you need angry because her father whipped his services dont forget the date her for going to the wrong church but go and see him and wanted revenge In Lexington on Sunday night a Only direct line between negro girl by the name of Lilly White poured enough arsenic in the family Frankfort Georgetown and Paris Car Â¬ coffee pot to kill all the neighbors for lisle a block around At breakfast the Haysyille CpMvn F al mouth and Corington Dr W I Kelly THE MIDLAND 1890 M ROUNDABOUT ASK FOR TICKETS VIA KY TRAINS RUN BY CENTRAL STANDARD TIME 15 A PLEASING SENSE Of bralth and strength renewed and Base ana comiort iouuwh uiu u Svrup of Figs as it acts in harmo ny with nature to effectually cleanse the system when costive or bilious For sale in 50c and 100 bottles by all TIME TABLE DEC A The Well Kaowiv Popular Keineuics TRAINS EAST Lv Frankfort Elk orn Swltzer Stutnpl g Ground Ar ieorgetown C Lv Oenrgtn via Q Ar Clnflnwitl Lv Oeonretown Newtown Ar Pirls Lv Paris via K CT Covington Ar Cincinnati Lv iiris via K C Carlisle Ar Muysvllle Lv IMrls via K C M P pin No 7 Mixed 12 25 12 43 1 07 1 Frankfort has made no such threat FARM 700 0 611 and it was only some unguarded re Â¬ SHELBY 7 29 19 7 31 Stamping Ground of an unduly excited citizen mark 7 05 7 47 10 36 Swltzer 10 44 766 8 15 aided by the fertile imagination of WE HAVE FOR SALE AT A LOW FIGURK Ar Klkhorn 11 00 810 8 45 Frankfort Marksbury Kurni containing lfllucres the correspondents sent here by city lying on the road from Hagdad toChritlanBburjr Over 100 papers who as a class are over one and u quurter miles from Bagdud of water TRAINS DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY acres In blue grass und clover plenty HOWARD ORRISON Agent ready to vilify and misrepresent good orchurd tine locust grove und good bouse GEO n HARPER Gen Superintendent of Frankfort caused this report to bo didel cht rooms upon tbe place and well of Upton VERNON CLARK General Passenger Agent witer at tbe door For terms apply to CLAUDE BOWLS City Ticket Agent sent out to tho world SCOTIA VI0LKTT Ky GENERAL OFFICES FRANKFORT KY as the capital is concerned Fraukfort As far able Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs anu coius oieys uream lor rough Â¬ ness of the skin chapped hands etc Clinic Blood Purifier and Clinic Kid- Â¬ ney Cure are now on sale by The Le- Â¬ Compte Gayle Co The large 18 lm leading druggists patronage these preparations have secured springs from their intrinsic masonic Notice merits as remedial agents When afflicted by ailments for which they are There will be a called meeting of recommended you will do well to try 18 6m Frankfort Lodge No 4 A Y M in them Odd Fellows Tem- Â¬ the north hall of A Card ple this evening January 24th for the purpose 1891 at 730 oclock I desire to say to my friends and of installing olllcers and transacting my connection with tne business other important Eatrons that Gayle Co will in no way GEO A LEWIS Master Attest affect my businoss at tho old store B T Farmer Secy corner Ann and Broadway which shall continue to have my closest per-Â¬ sonal attention It is Not True My two brothers O B and C L are Frankfort threatens to boycottÂ¬ Gayle your associated with me We patronage she persists in her en- solicit Louisville if Respectfully deavors to have the State capital J w Gayle brought in out of the woodB The 18 be formidable but for threat might the fact that having lost the State Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria houses and the accessories thereto there will not be left enough of Frankfort to make a boycott notice No 1 Pass 6 45 0 58 Pass No 3 607 BZi 600 Too 3 12 384 3 I 3 20 6M U n THE PEOPLES PAPER Everybody takes it Everybody reads 47 7 21 10 10 6 55 7 11 di 111 4 05 4 20 4 31 4 60 3 00 600 2 2 2 3 C Centrevllle 7 7 7 10 10 22 41 53 44 03 25 45 16 7777 537 6 28 7 55 5 37 6 16 50 37 6 45 7 55 8 43 10 10 11 27 Winchester 12 10 it Ar Richmond A p m 185 M 720 i M A M 1 M No 2 No 4 No 8 No 12 TRAINS WEST triiln Mix Pass Puss Mis train train train 6 10 7 15 1 05 1 Winchester Paris Lv Richmond via K C 7 48 58 2 81 JbOiB S-A-I-jD- EI houxavxue Times 00 Lv MaysvlUe via K C 520 650 Carlisle 740 Ar Purls Lv Cincinnati via K C Covington Ar Purls 8 80 Lv Purls 8 50 Centrevllle 0 02 Newtown 9 20 Ar Georgetown Lv Clntl via Q fcC 7 00 9 62 Ar Georgetown 9 64 Lt Georgetown 111 1 60 3 20 4 10 Subscription Only 4 60 1 Per Year 220 2 20 6 37 6 JO 6 25 7 04 4 00 7 04 6 20 6 35 6 65 638 Our Job Department IS COMPLETE NoT-l-3- ubis ri M Last Chance To Get Groceries at and Below C5 CD 3 X I 13 Xs I O C Wc February 1 JpK have a eootl many goods yet Come and get them COST no object We must close this department before j M K1 0 R Cruteher We Co THOMPSON -- k minister and officers of churches in the city if they would furnish us with any announcements which they may wish Work and its needs Voluntary speeches by the brethren 6 11 a m Sermon by Rev would be greatly obliged to the Religious Funeral of Mrs Hardin The funeral of Mrs Caroline Lewis Hardin stepmother of Gen P W Hardin who died at her homo near Lawrenceburg took place Wednesday afternoon at 2 oclock from the resi- Â¬ dence of Gen Hardin in this city the services being conducted by Rev J McClusky Blayney of the First Presbyterian Church The remains were interred in the family lot in the cemetery S 7 7 p m Sermon by Rev J IS PRKPARKD TO FILL ALL ORDERS FOR- - madel Mr William T Price a Justice of Rev George Darsie preaches at the Nebraska Peace Church to- the confined at Richland with a seGraefensburg Christian was last winter morrow at 3 p m vere attack of lumbago but a Â¬ Â¬ RoseDuas Dui Flowers ana Floral Deigns -- m VI FOR m Rev H G Henderson will preach rlains Pain Balm enabled him to get Price says at Cedar Chapel Methodist Church up and go to work M recommend- Â¬ The Remedy cannot be to morrow afternoon at 3 oclock The Stanton Club ed too highly Let any one troubled with rheumatism neuralgia or lame Rev J Mc01u8ky Blayncy D D back give it a trial and they will be Louisville Ky The second annual banquet of the 261 West Jefferson Street will occupy his pulpit at the First of the same opinion 50 cent bottles Stanton Club named in honor of 83 Sm 17 lm Presbyterian Church to morrow at 11 for sale by J W Gayle Major H T Stanton of this city was a ra and 730 p m given in Louisville Wednesday even- Â¬ CANT SLEEP NIGHTS ing Major Stanton was an honored Â¬ Rev W 0 Taylor the pastor will Ib guest upon the occasion and rethe complaint of occupy the pulpit at the Baptist ing from Asthmathousands suffer- sponded to the address of welcome Consumption Church to morrow morning at 11 Coughs etc Did you ever try Dr by the president of the club in a Ackners English Remedy It is the oclock and at 730 in the evening poem best preparation known for all Lung beautifully written and unique Troubles Sold on a positive guaran of seven hundred lines which em- Â¬ Rev W G Neville will occupy his tee at 25c and 50c bodied some of the brightest and 0 pulpit at the Southern Presbyterian J W Gayle Druggist most poetic thoughts of the gifted Church to morrow morning at 11 author of the Moneyless Man AND DEALER IN- Specimen Cases oclock a m and at 700 p m Lively Work S H Clifford New Cassel Wis Tie usual services at Ascension was troubled with Neuralgia and Church to morrow morning at 11 Rheumatism his Stomach was disor- Â¬ Some three or four thousand pack- Â¬ to an dered his Liver oclock and 730 p m will bo conduct- alarming degree was affected away ages of papers pass through the post PIPE AND FITTINGS ETC STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO appetite fell JOB AND CONTRACT WORK ALL WORK ed by Rev E A Penick the rector and he was terribly reduced in flesh ofllce in this city every morningupon GUARANTEED and strength Three bottles of Elej which the stamps have to bo can Rev Father Lambert Young the tric Bitters cured him FRANKFORT KENTTJKOY celed then they are thrown off into In roar of Salonders Grocery pastor will conduct the services at Edward Shepherd Harrodsburcr the different pouches As there is HI had a running sore the Church of the Good Shepherd to- Â¬ eignt years standing on his leg of only two hours in which to handle Used tnree morrow First mass at 8 a m Sec- Â¬ bottles of Electric Bitters and seven thiB matter it requires pretty lively ond maBS 1030 a m Vespers at 3 boxes of Bucklens Arnica Salve and work which is executed by Assistant T HAVE S8 ACRES OF DESIRABLE LAND IN 1 Franklin county tor sale lying near his leg is sound- - and well John Postmaster Charley Saffell and Mr p m FOLLOWING ARE THE LOW RETAIL of Flat Creek on the South side of the mouthÂ¬ the KenSpeaker Oatawofj O had five large prices fit Main Elkhorn Flour Mill tucky river known as part ot the James Uarrod Tho boys have Be t Roller Patent Perfection 3585 per bbl farm Apply to M will Fever sores on his leg doctors saidÂ¬ Harry Rogers clerk 6 Go per bbl Rev H G Henderson A W H LEWIS he was incurable One bottle Elec- become so expert that they never Best 2d Patent Invincible 545 per bbl Best Bulir llour Dec G 2m at Uurvlelaud preach at the Methodist Church in tric Bitters and one box Bucklens fail to get it out on time 500 per bbl Best X X X 350 per bbl Best X X this place Sunday morning at 11 Arnica Salvo cured him entirely Discount on MX noum lots Â¬ Custom grinding solicited oclock and at 730 oclock in the Sold by tho South Side drug store thorough application of Chambe-Â¬ Funerals Teleplion OoaarLection - - - Weddings Â¬ DWARD CLAASSEN PiiLCTIOJLLr -- Â¬ Plumber GasSteam Fitter Gas Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Closets Â¬ To the Public nsr oa ia e u s V3 Sunday school at 930 oclock a m Christian Endeavor at 645 p m Mr IS LIFE WORTH LIVING Henderson oxtends a cordial invita- Not if you go through the world a Dyspepsia tion to the members of the Constitu- Â¬ dyspeptic aDr Ackers positive cure for the Tablets are tional Convention to attend these worst forms of Dyspepsia Indiges services tion Flatulency and Constipation Guaranteed and sold by 9 J W Gayle Druggist Rev George Darsio preaches at the Christian Church to morrow at 11 Information Wanted and 730 as usual Night subject tho Cornelius the Roman Soldier Tho Imperial German Consulate fourth of tho series on Model Conver- Â¬ wants information regarding the sions Tho Young Peoples Society of present whereabouts of Friodrich Christian Endeavor meets in the Hoinrich Goecker and Louis Philipp Goecker born in Frankfort Ky jhapel at 7 p m about tho years 1845 and 18 18 sons of Sunday school Justus Wilholm GoeckSr and his Lot us have another mass meeting on tho 1st Sabbath in wife Margarotha nee argitte from Let tho Committee on Lexington Ky Please communicate February Programme at once arrange a good any information to Grant Green Cashier one that will be short and not over an Frankfort Ky Tho last mooting was at tho hour Or to E 0 Bohne Cashier Louis- Â¬ Church and the place for Methodist 19 2t tho next is the First Presbyterian ville Ky in- Â¬ J Church Keep up tho interest in tho formW Gayle druggist desires to for the public that ho is agent Sunday school work and lot us have tho most successful preparation that the meeting has yet been produced for coughs colds and croup It wMl loosen and Mission Meeting of Franklin Asso- Â¬ relieve a sovero cold in less time than ro ciation will bo held at Buck Run any other treatmont Tho article fnyrtxA fn a flhfimhnrlnlnR Ooutrh Church Forks of Elkhorn Franklin Remedy It is a medicine that has county Ky on Saturday and Sun Â¬ won famo and popularity on its merits and ono that can always bo day February 7th and 8th depended upon It is tho only known Mooting of 1 Saturday 10 a m remedy that will prevent croup It the Missionary Board and the trans- must he tried to bo appreciated action of all business portaining to It is put up in 50 cent and 1 bottles 17 lm same 2 11 oclock Sermon by Rov W SIHLOHS CATARRH REMEDY a O Taylor positive cure for Catarrh Diphtheria 7 oclock Sermon by and Cankor Mouth 3 Night 28 For salo by J W Gayle S Alderman Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ evening 3 P H Carpenter Dr Jan 17 2 Is the finest cure in the world It absolutely cures catarrh It cures ewport News Mississippi Valley Co E D Cures FARM neuralgia and rheumatism FOR SHORT LINE TO Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum in the most soothing manner Cures LY Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids 4 FARM OF 100 ACRES MORE OR LESS pike Washington Philadelphia ami Flat Creek on Cures Coughs and Colds Can be A In and athe Frankfortfrom Frankfort Is ottered New York Baltimore Cuts bruises three at a hull miles Tho land I all fresh and taken internally bargain for sale burns chilblains sores of long stand Â¬ the Improvements new A wood iMorchard of Old Point and the Sea Shore falling water fruit ing corns and bunions are cured choice and well Never yard Terms easv over the In the place Â¬ -- AND quickly different from all else supeALL EASTERN CITIES J A SUDDUTU Jau 17 lm rior to all else it has no equal 25 and IN EFFECT NOVEMBER 10 lBJO 50c boxes large size cheapest Sold at Phil Carpenters drug score South Fast Fast Mall Accoinmo- 52 Expreas EAST BOUND Dull Side datlon Hales Household Oint ment THE MARTIN Proprietor OLD KENTUCKY ROUTE SALE1 iffl II l BSJ Tlte Scott Cottage Allen M Tharp the young con tracter and builder has just com Â¬ pleted for Mrs Johu L Scott a two story cottage on the South Sido which is a credit both to tho city and to Mr Tharp This was his first con Â¬ tract as a builder and he has exe- Â¬ cuted it in a manner to show that ho will be heard from in the future as a first class draftsman and builder Tho building lias attracted such favorable THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST attention that already half a dozen person have requested Mr Tharp to to draw plans for houses to bo built in the spring Tho cottage was rented to Mr W H Newhall jr correspon- Â¬ Time 25 Hours dent of the Courier- - Journal before Entire Trains Baggage Car Day Coaches it was completed There were more A Sleepers run through without chance THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST than twenty persons who applied to rent it which provos that many Georgetown to Jacksonville Ala buildings of this class are needed in Frankfort Timo 26 Hours m Through Sleepers without cliai ge The Short between Cincinnati and Wo aro selling tho romaiuder of line Lkxiko ion Time 2t2 Hours Kt our robes at cost 12 Tkhm Knoxvillk 20 2t Mastin Bros 17 asiikvillk n c QHSjlI THVtVB a rtirfJTr fittXYX Dally 4 ExSuny 10 Dally Frankfort Lexington Lvo Winchester Mt Sterling Citlett burg Huntington Arr WEST BOUND Ullvo Hill Ashland 0 13 pm 7 no pin 7 3Jpm J 01 pm 10 27pm 10 43 pm 11 67pm 07 pm 12 45 pm 1 25 pin 8 35 pm 5 35pm 5 50 pm 0 25 pm 1140 am 15am pm G40pm 7 40pm 10 00 pra 8 15am f 8 35 am 10 am 5 35 1 V ciaiMlmi Huntington Catlettsburg Ashland Olive Hill Mt Lve 110 pm liMpm 1 G G G H 40 pm 25 urn 50 urn 00am 47am m mm Sterling Winchester Lexington Frankfort Arr- - Arr G 2 5HPUI 4 27 pm 6 07 pm 5 3pm Hi 3 OCpm 3 26pm 3 4Cpm 4 55am 1145am 12 40pm 10 pin 2 13pm 6 25 am 7 IGam 8 10am 20am LIMITED VESTIBULE EXPRESS runs dally and has Vestlbuled Pullman Buffoct Sleep Â¬ ers between Louisville Lexington Washington New York and Old Point Comfort This train Is made part of the celebrated CiiattinoooaTknm 11 Atlanta J4 Rev E Tho Sunday 4 Sunday 10 a m For Rent A two story house with aohool and its needs by Dr U V 7 rooms Cor Murray and Campbell streets Apply to W J HugheB 327 Williams and Hon Thos W Scott 11 tf m Tho Missionary Murray street 5 1030 a -- When Baby was sick wo gate her Castorla When she was a Child she cried for Castorla When she became Miss sho clung to Castorla When aho had Children sho gave them Castorla Direct Connections at New Orleansnnd Shreve port for Texas Mexico and California Leave Frankfort via Kentucky Midland Railway via Georgetown 515 a in iurrlvoCInclnnatl 1023 a in Quicker than any othor line Alltrulna arrive at depart from Central Union Depot Cincinnati For Rates Mups Ac address FRANK W WOOLLEY BlKMINUllAM ALA 15 10 East of Huntington on the C A O Route VAST MAIL TRAINS runs dnlly except Sunday between Lexington and Huntington Make di Â¬ rect connections at Huntlugtou with C A O At Ashland with SV Ry At Winchester with K I R R north and south bound and at Lexing Â¬ ton with L A N L S and C N O A T P HaU V- - roads LEXINGTON AND ULIVK HILL ACCOMMO Â¬ DATION dally Connects at Winchester to and from K C Points and at Loxlngtou with L S R it lor Louisville Ky For full Information In regard to Rates Routes Ac apply to any Agent ot this or connecting H S llUNTIMUTOH V P and O M lines or to Gun Puss Agent CINCINNATI OHIO W S IlARDUOIT D O EDWARDS O W BAItNKV O 0 lUttVEY U M Lexington Ky U 1 Jfc T A T A P Ashland Ky CINCINNATI O I Vlce Pres Traveling Pass Agt Lexington Ky V B IIOKSK IB M i cT J T I Wp 7 -- f 79RWWW VTP Vf-T-- J t r iiBiHiifauwjMiiinniiiiuuiuajBaMttainigMwitjiiii h itAiMvFOKT Cutered TV UOUNDABUUT citizens citlicr locates or vnnt3 to Come over nnd stay a while Bro Hill and you will know how it is Toes Cut Off On Monday at tho posi olueo at IraukJort Kentucky as seconu cutsb mainline iniuer A yourself tffiO LEWIS Editor aud Publisher JAKUAKY 21 1801 SScliitcl Time tPRAXKF01lT Tlie Capital at Auction The provision adopted by tho Con atitutional Convention on Wednes day in regard to offering tho Capital of Kentucky to the city or town that B will pay tho most for it is tho most mischievous which human ingenuity If could possibly have devised there is any thing upon which the people of Kentucky without regard to ppnnrrapliical location or political affiliations are of one mind it is thui tins Convention should settle the Capital question for all time to come But instead of settling this question as tho people desire and putting an end to tho contest about it which has vexed tho people and retarded legislation and kept up perpetual strife for the last hundred years the plan proposed by the Convention can have no other effect than to keei UP the strife in a mora ag- Â¬ gravated form for a century to come Tho idea of putting up tho Capital of a great Stale like Kentucky to tho highest bidder as you would sell a fn f drove of hogs or a herd of cattle for the market is a disgrace to the civil- Â¬ ization of tho age Just think of how it will work This year Lexington bids half a million of dollars and tho Capital is knocked off to Lexington as the highest and best bidder About the time Lexington has levied and collected the half million of taxes from her citizens who have Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ N train Tho engine of the L duo hero at 820 a m on Tuesday morning broke down at Lexington tho train and did not arrive until aboxxt 930 Indian Association The monthly meeting of the Indian Association will be held at tho resi- Â¬ dence of Mr WmH Averill Monday the 26th inst at 330 oclock A full attendance is requested Getting Ready Mr Thos A who has been awarded the contract for putting dowxx and repairing tho sidewalks throughoxxt the city is getting out tho curbing stone and expects to be- Â¬ gin work in a short time MAltY F QUARLES sible As soon as he is able to be 10 autf Gin be taken to his homo moved he will Let it Stay in Louisville We understand that some of tho A Uloctel Young SIsii Valuable City Residonce Property residents on Holmes street propose to change the name of that stx ect to Jxxdge W M Beckner member of 1 MIK TWO STORY BRICK RESIDENCE lROP Kentucky Avenue As that stioet the Constitutional Convention from 1 ertv known in the Sidney Johnson place on north tide ol Slain street was named for one of tho earliest Clark eountj wrote a letter to the ltuutei the Cipltil Hotel Is ofleivd 1rankloit for sale by iibir tue undersigned If not sod on or before Janu and a xxxost prominent citizen of Winchester Democrat from this city ary 1st IKl the s me will be for rent The Frankfort we object to the change last week and in speaking of Messis property IstoIn llrt cluss condition For terms Vc apply and doubt if the new name will Mason Hoge CUAS F KXUM Co pays tho follow- Â¬ Attorney for Johnson heirs stick ing just compliment to Mx V L Oct 25 tf Claxk General Passenger Agent of Ice IJItiri Happy the Midland Railway By the way this great firm has ONE DOLLAR WEEKLY we have had The beautiful weather shown quite a disposition to employ this week has gladdened the hearts of Clark county boys One of the tiest the ice dealers for they think it assistants they have is Vernon L BUYS A GOOD GOLD WATOH means high prices for ico next sum- Â¬ Clark who is a model young man in of his character He R OLD 6 SYSTEM mer We have seen many a severe every aspect of the most important BY now holds one may positions oix tho staff of the Ken- Â¬ cold spell in February and they cases are Our 14 yet bo disappointed by ico forming tucky Midland Railway and it is warrantedkarH patent stiffened cold and EIkIii Waltlnm lor 20 jeir upon Benson needless to say discharges his duties movement reliable and well known Stem wind or Kents hunting or voted the tax reluctantly but under several inches thick to the satisfaction of everybody in- Â¬ and setEqual to any open face ladyssell ono ol ponds 75 watch We size terested the belief that the Capital would be and the lhesewatches for thereby permanently located there All Is Not Serene Slaying a Fine Time Louisville opens the bids by offering a million dollars to have the Capital The Farmers Alliance is all torn A letter received from Messrs Lee send to any address by registered imll or located at the Falls City and takes it up on account of the action of Pres- S Church and Jas W Nicol who are in andexpress C O Dwith privilege of examina hi tion away from Lexington before the ident S B Erwin or the State Union Northwestern Texas states that they Our agent nt Durham N Cvu- ti s dont know have confessed paint is dry on the roof of the now in regaxd to the formation of tobacco having a splendid time hunting howOur Jewelers jou can furnish such work for th money Capital building in that city What warehouses by the Tobacco Growers aie have killed quite a number of They then would become of the taxes levied Association Unions all over the antelope panther cats and deer Mr HIK uumv uuuu j unuiiiuuu And State are holding meetings and pass Â¬ Church having broxight down a and collected at Lexington what would the good people of Lex- Â¬ ing resolutions condemning and splendid buck the day befoxe wanted at each place WiRe for particulars ington say who had bankrupted the denouncing him as a traitor to their the letter was written At the CO entire town and then lost the Capital cause time the letter was mailed the But to carry tho illustration to its ground wascovexed with snow to the 43andC0iIalden Lane New YorkNY natural and legitimate results Sup- Â¬ Dr Henderson Paralyzed depth ofsix or eight inches and the pose that after Louisville has thus wind blowing a gale Mx Nicol ex Â¬ pastor t SURPLUS outbid and ruined Lexington and Rev Dr J A Henderson LaGrangeof pected to start homo in a few days CAPITAL has erected a beautiful Capital build the Methodist Church in but Mr Church will remain until Â¬ OVER ing in one of her splendid parks near Ky and father of Rev II G Hender- spring Falls and just as she has finished son of this city was stricken with the Two And One Half Millions at his resi Woolen 32111 3urxied it and has had Wattexson Bennett paralysis of his right side Saturday dence in LaGrange last ty Young and others dedicate it to the S T AT E3 3M Ei 2ST T w State in grand style as they know so night at 10 oclock Dr Hendorson Tho woolen mill of Messrs A T -- OF TH- Esecond year of his age Stedman Son at the Forks of Elk well how to do and just about the is in the sixty and is one of the most widely known h ni ws lostroyed by lire on Satur time the dedication is completed a He has filled d ly afternoon Tho lire was caused telegram should reach Louisville ministers in the State such important churches in tho Ken- Â¬ by friction of some portion of tho from Whitesburg in Letcher coun Rich Â¬ RESOURCES ty or from Morehead in Rowan tucky Conference as Paris Hax machinery and the building a largo mond Maysville Cynthiana and 3aC2T0 iJ three story structurevith its contents Htlls of KxehniKO county iix substance as follows 488111 and rodsburgh and is now serving his was entirely destroyed The loss is stocksInstate Homli MlHiMl lor Debt ical Dear Watterson and Young You MWOOO year at his present pastox ate about 5000 with only 1000 insur- Â¬ R nl Istute Hunklm Houses 157830 14 not go any further with the ded- second Thuii Eisteni need Uuuk iidls Other ance They are making preparations ication of the new Capital a British CASH Got F2U Wealth to start up again and hope to have U S Trcas Nat Rink syndicate has just purchased two or S42iM7 4fi in operation in a short Nott s aud Coin throe counties in this section of the From the following clipped fxom tho factory 218i8 90 Ku stern Kxi haiiue time fiil42i5J2 State and will give three millions of the Geoigotown Times it will be I5iM7D dollars to have the Capital located seen that the residence of a former is Appreciated LIABILITIES on their lands so please hold on until Frankfort man has been burglarized 1015100 00 Capital Stock Or suppose We have been sending out bills to Uiiiituiiieiii J unu the Legislature meets The residence of Mr A II Sinclair nwMMw ttRWKJW that Cincinnati should conclude that was entered by a thief 7on Wednesday subscribers for the past two weeks Fund to Cover Losses afiiUfiS 51 Profit and Los 8 7774 8b by offexing live or ten millions to evening last between and oclock and the kind letters we havo received Dividends Payable on Demand while the family woic down town S12I7F3H 10 Dll- - Depositor havo the Capital at Covington or Tho house was thoroughly searched with remittances are quite encourag- Â¬ DelJllk JUJIilLwBwjw drawers broken open r Newport would greatly increase her doors andmoney amounting to and ing and show that the Roundabout ten is appreciated wherever it goes S4S332b79 southern trade the Capital must then all the taken Nothing else was cents was E W HAYS Nearly everyone of our subscribers be located to suit the merchants and molested Cashier Other articles of value traders of Cincinnati These are were in the drawers but the thief who formerly lived here and havoÂ¬ Branch Sank but fair and forcible illustrations seemed to bo after money only Mr removed to other States have writ- deposits Solicited at the believes in keeping his ten that they cannot do without it E L SAMUEL which show that the plan adopted by Sinclairin bank and for this reason Cuuhler money u not only defeats the the burglars made a water haul tho Convention Delivery wishes of the people on this vexed His advice iB put your money in subject but will certainly defeat any bank Albert Beaver Frank Reagan and Constitution containing a provision a man by tho name of Dalton con Â¬ TJxe Ajjony Over Tho quick and direct route from calculated to oSer a premium to bri Â¬ fined in tho Shelbyville jail tho first tending to bery and corruption and The Police and Fire Commissioners two on the charge of safe blowing LOUISVILLE TO JIOKANSAS AUD IWj breed ill feeling and distress between met again on Friday evening and and tho latter on the charge of lar Â¬ all tho different sections of tho State elected the following members of the ceny made their escape on Tuesday One hundred and ulty tnlloa Edmond Taylor night by opening tho doors of their fire department of wire then cut Â¬ SHORTEST TO LITTLE ROCK Tliey JL ilce Tlaeir Quarters hydrant man Fred Gordon driver of colls awith a inpiece wall tho hose wagon Jamos Smith driver ting hole tho And tb only route Harry McEwan of ladder truck Tho delegates to the Constitutional Anotlier Connection Without Change of Cars Convention seem to be perfectly de Â¬ pipe man As all the crumbs which with Frankfort and many of fall from tho municipal table hxve lighted Tho route for a now railroad from II jou are going to emigrate to them havo decided to make it their now been distributed tho new city future place of abode There are evi- Â¬ government can start off on a two Georgetown to Cynthiana is being dently great attractions of some surveyed If tho road is built it will SHerznan Dallas Fort Wortb character at Frankfort for Legis years term with tho knowledge that connect with tho Kentucky Midland Austin Houatin lators Constitutional delegates etc tho present administration is being Capital or as heartily cursed by the disappoint- Â¬ Will Bro Johnson of tho Tbls la the Liver Lewis of the Roundabout inform us ed ofllce seekers as any of its prede AND J1KST ROUTE what tho attractions are They may cessors Are CHEAPEST How is your liver working bo pretty women and good liquor No ctianKP of ctr to Before tho mooting of tho Commis- you bilious Aro you troubled with Lebanon Enterprise constipation Do you feel tired and V We havent interviewed the boys sioners on Friday night Mr hoOscar languid Do you wish to feel well M0HT00MEET MOBILE MEMPHIt was and happy Dr Halos Household Tea upon tho subject but suppose it is Ilaroncourt discovered that AHD NEW 0RLEAN8 because wo havo pure air fine not eligible to a seat in tho board by will work tho marvelous change it removes all biliousness creates a hoal for further Information mMreits scenery good water allrst class town reason of not being tho owner of real appetite and prolongs life 25 and inhabited by the best people in the estate and resigned when Mr W T 50o packages sold at South Side P ATJlfO RE GP world and every ono who comes Flynn was appointed to fill tho va- Â¬ drug store vtatw LOUItlVlLM JCKNTUCKY 3 P H Ojtfflpte Hi and gets acquainted with our cancy Brislan Â¬ J Johnson M 1 Dudley station of the Fxankfort Water Com Â¬ Villi splendid farm of Mrsaiiltrnrt on tliu situ 1 uteri kiio mile from I Ver pany went up on tho top of the largo sailles pike eontiiliilna about jfiG ueies Is for iiiiuoii riMhoiiiiiiii1 iiTiiis or win no reined uir pump for the purpose o oiling tho tlio jear biKiiuilinjMircli 1 lbJl l or mitlcu iipiily to lUANK C11INN machinery when hearing an unusual liirs ur noise at tho other side of tho room ho stepped down upon tho plate through which tho largo fly wheel reKESlKCrFULLY INiOUM MY volves to see if anything was loose I WOULD mid 1 friends nations Mint 1 will on ttio first aixd in doing so put his left foot of lanuary remove my boarding house from the West Kutl the too far over the wheel pit house I nowoecup to thoMain street of whereoldI west Mansion lloure have reutei facilities for iiecoinnioiuliiK the when one of the spokes of the im Â¬ public ut resonuhle rates A eliare of your mense wheel struck it cutting off all putiotuiKo Is solicited JAMES W HARROD the toes except tho great- ono In Dec 27 lin in- Â¬ order to save himself from falling FARM FOR SALE to the wheel aud being ground to powder after being injured Mr CHEAT RAROAIN Johnson was compelled to grasp a f OFFER FOR SALE AT170Aacres at the mouth L my farm containing of Elkhornou the Kentucky rlvi r In Fiunklln red hot steam pipe running near county It Is mostly bottom land ami Is suitable hiixi burning his hands considerably for the cultivation of coin and tobacco It Is finely watered by ponds and spring and has Ho was taken to tho residence of Mr about 20 acres well set In blueirass it litis upon residence and It u Jeokyl the engineex near by whore sary Hood buildings sogood birn us toother neces make u deout located he received medical attent on and lightful home terms call on or address my attorneys For has since been resting as well as pos Â¬ Scott Vlolelt Frankfort Ky lxight Mx Edward flrcmnn at the pumping Fail fill Rent Of Sale 1 Try Hags Heg Sj Poultry Remedy Es t n J fi ljtkNLf jw iSLi 13ljlwm 1 V iwt KJKliVIOVJUlX JW GAYLE Jlnr l lvr For Sale by - Druggist Old Market house Corner PBANKPORT - ICY H G MATTEEN TECE Â¬ FOR SALE Putimi FRANKFORT SKTUCKY UNION IF I n 334 MAIN STRHHT I j i Â¬ KY 0 RAILWAY TIME CARD EFFECTIVE Leuvo Leave Leave Arrive Arrive Leave Arrlvo ft V DECEMBER 2IST GOING EAST 1890 300 p m 1i0 p m 451 p m 625 p m 6 30 p m 1130 n ru 125 p in Clay City Lexington Wlnchecter 00 Lumber Point Three Korku Three Forks Klkatima GOING WEdT 28 CASXI -- Leave Arrive Leave Arrlvo Arrive Arrive Arrive Elkiitiiwa Three Forks Three Forks Lumber Point Clay City 1030 835 a m iv m GKW u m 605 u m 787 u m Â¬ Â¬ 830 a m 93 in in Connections made at Lumber Point with bteamer for I3eattvllle filkatavvii N nearest titlou to Jackson Ky Trains between Tluee Forks mid Lexington run dally between Three Folks and lUkatuua dally Suiidujs excepted T L MUKlllY General Passenger Agent Winchester Lexington nuw 111 I SLEEP IN PEACE E sr crsinsroFOR BED BUGS bupeiior to all others fo the following reasoiiM bugs Instantly It kills the ItettYctuallydestrojs their eccs therefore It only necesbury to Use It unee r twice during the season It pobiSeDHPhnrivmitugebovcr Insect powders In Â¬ asmuch as It can be used In pla es which they can not reach Itbixlorls agreeable and It Is warranted not to Injure carpets linen or furniture No fital uUcW can result froui Its usoas It contains no pol uu which fact should give It a place In everj household Sold In re bottl- sat 25 cents each Forsalebj Wll AVKKILI at wholesale and ret ill This preparation Is 1 - - EMPIRE WATOH PRATTS KILLER a km Â¬ -- Bank of Kentucky JOHN H STAOKHOU3B SULK AGLNTlr 5112 Arch otriet PoUarielphla CO Â¬ Dr Â¬ OF CINCINNATI WILL BB AT THE I IN L Kelley OHIO It CAPITAL HOTEXe FlUNKFOUT KY FRIDAY JAN 30 1891 FRIDAY FFB 20 1891 FRIDAY MARCH 13 1891 P3CL1S3 BLEEDING Chloroform Is not necessary tfLIND or ITCHING Cured wltoout any surgical operation and wlvr llttle or no palu Ligature or Knife with tiiU mode of treuttnaM Jail XtSrCXJTuA IIS AJSO i uJBJiiiiiaviuiiLLiti la cured FISSURES Cored without cutting or tearing ULCERATION CATARRH Of the bowel cured umoug the Drlteilf has now been YUUlntctbls city urly lor mauj mwu jiais aiu iic luati tuies wealthy Indu of oltlens are suOlclent evidence fact IiIbhuochss ui that man It U now a well Htttbltoum stomach liver kidney M iddei eases of the AMiuh and nervoiiu sysKin are either caul aggravated by the roeiUtence of IUKd VIS I LA lUSSOUEor ro ho Itasmaae and wiu HKCTAL ULUKtt HKRKRKNCKa Dr K K Gobpr Fraimfnrt Ky Franklin Jorrls Graofensburg J T Btateu Frankfort Kj ir VfupKuLit Imirikfrtrt Kv He L P Holett Benson VI A Â¬ Â¬ Kv David Moore M wit1 row Fiinkfnrt Kv i 4 Dft KRTLKV8 offlce ana residence West Eighth street Cincinnati and whrrr h may he found every dy of each wfiek KXCKPT U Mc4Murt Kraukfort Ky Blcliard Henfuaon Kruiiktorl S WI lliutbea Frankfort Ky Jus iiimi 1 Â¬ FBIDAY8 AHD8ATURDAY8 pamphlets deacrlbliif these diseases and tht mode of treatment tent free to any on by dressing C r4 Itt I 250 West Bitfhth St Olnoinnnti O -0T CONSULTATION FRHB ft W I KELLEY -- rA ys ls VatilBAUtfcii v -- it il Vyfcv J1 vv LY nn HU WMIWyKVWf WwWrlWWwmWrt Si m Kmtvmuaiym jivrajixatitsxEKirasixaanctMiwusx FitANIki MJItT KUUNDABOliT PRANKFOHT JANUARY 1851 HUlVfS which thoy did great credit to tliom- Following TJie Fatal Worm JDusi i Council SrocccrtingH ADJOU11NKD ME13TINO I I I and approved A petition of citizens of tho South Side asking that Easter Russell be placed on tho pauper list Referred to charity committee with power to Petition of J N Crutcher asking permission to build a corrugated iron stable corner Clinton street and Cat- Â¬ fish alley Referred to street com- Â¬ mittee with power to act Councilman Darnell made a report from tho hall committee that they had determined to leaso the hall nnu would advertise for bids at the next meeting of tho council Councilman Gaines stated that the bridge committee had determined to retain Mr John Glore as bridge keep- Â¬ Mayor Mangan sent a communica tion to the council which ho had re- Â¬ ceived from the Secretary of War through Major Lockwood in relation to the St Clair street bridge On motion of Councilman Payne a special committee composed of Mayor Mangan President Staten and Joun cilmen Gaines were appointed to Â¬ All tho members of the council present except Councilman Parsons Minutes of Inst meeting wore read Tuesday Jan 20 1891 act f er V i give the matter their attention Mr Darnell moved that the coun- Â¬ cil take action in relation to the salaries of tiie various city oillcers Adopted An ordinance was adopted allow-Â¬ ing tho following salaries to the vari- Â¬ ous city officers The mayors salary was placed at 500 payable quarterly The president of tho council to re- Â¬ ceive 250 payable quarterly The clerks salary was placed at 1000 payable monthly The treasurers salary was placed at 500 payable quarterly The city attorneys salary was placed at 400 payable monthly The city marshals salary was placed at 240 payable monthly The clock keepers salary wa lacodat50per year payable month y 250 The salary of janitor of council and city clerk was placed at 15 per month payable monthly Mr Church offered an ordinance repealing tho ordinance allowing the street committee to elect a street commissioner Yea3 5 nays 3 Mr Coppersmith made vc statement in regard to tho city clock and rec Â¬ ommended that it be repaired Tho matter was referred to a special committee consisting of Mayor Siangan and Councilman Tobin and Richardson with power to act The following commissioners wero appointed to vote tho stock of tho city at the meetings of tho Kentucky Midland Stockholders for the next two years viz J L Rodman Mike Â¬ cil The assessors salary was placed at payable when his work was done to the satisfaction of the coun- Â¬ composition was read J M Stone of Elizabothtown says oun SCHOOL that it is a deposit of worm dust on Our school is compound of girls and tho nubbing ends of the corn which produces so much disease among tho bojH XlS2RXSZX3izriwrwttmqi Thoir aires are from six to twentv horses in that section IIo savs that Some walk about four miles to school tho dust is poison and that he has taken a little of it nioiHtonnd and And some walk scarcely any rubbed it on arm and instantly tho Our school is opened by a prayer flesh became very red and in a few As tho Rattle of Bunker Hill minutes very sore To apply it throe tjio nouso is on main uiicliorn creek times a day would make a festering Just bolow Joe Stodmans mill soro He is satisfied this dust blis Â¬ ters tho horse To avoid this disease And it was buil in 81 farmers should either break off tho For tho children of tho place nubbins before feeding or shell the And if thoy do not go to ib corn and blow tho dust out with a Thoy will grow up in disgrace wheat fan Ex Our school is in district No 9 And a great variety of articles And tho children aro not a few fDnnvIllo Advocate One hundred and fifty seven in all A Subscriber to tho Advocate at Tho daily average is forty two Thurston Oklahoma gives in tho fo- Â¬ Our school is taught six hours per llowing tho symptoms of the horse dis- Â¬ ease that has been provalent in day In order to induce our customers to buy flour packed in portions of Kentucky and also a By O H Parrcnt and wife They teach a good school in our treatment therefor Mr T M Stone is right on tho worm dust in midst corn killing horses The disease is Thoy lead a happy lifo known as the blind staggers The Wo had a very small play ground dust closes the duct or small holes in About sixty by forty four the nostrils and checks tho flow of WE ARE- But R 0 Church was vory kind fluid from tho head the water covor us a little more And gave ing tho brain Fever is in the stom- Â¬ Our school is progressing very fast ach and bowels so death ensues The teachers aro keeping a report When your horse is drowsy tap him in the forehead with your knuckles And they are busy all tho time If it sounds solid begin your treat- Â¬ The above articles with every paper sack of flour Ask your grocer In holding their little fort ment at once and the chances aro for Some peoplo say schools just for good to save your horse fun Treatment Give one pound of salt IH But I say it isnt so every two hours and uso injections of J- I say thoy go for knowledgo and soap suds freely until thero is an truth action of tho bowels Bleed in the In paper sacks Every sack warranted And they will get it too if they go neck and smoke nostrils with rags Elzy Parjient Willie tar or feathers Blister over the Â¬ A profitable discussion was entered brain with Corosivo Liniment or turI have used the above into on the subject of Physiology by pentine Mrs Julia Williams and Miss Leonna treatment successfully for twenty Jett they answering many pointed years F L Albright questions asked by the differont teachers No Money Required of Responsible Parties to Commence Treat- Â¬ Prof E R Jones moved that the S O Johnson Co Association adopted a query box ment Carried Offer the following Bargains At the earnest request of Mrs 80 cts for 4 button kid gloves Visit Julia Williams tho Association de- Â¬ worth 125 cided to hold its next session at 95 cts for 4 button kid gloves worth Swallowfleld A H F TOHTTTTi 150 Friends and Teachers go Work 110 for 8 button Suede Mosque more and brag less remembering taire gloves worth 175 FRANKFORT KY WEDNESDAY 11 that the workman is worthy of his 55 cts for a good corset worth oasrs 2DlT OlfcTXj-Zhire Adjourned to next 3d Friday 100 in February 125 for O P Corsets worth 175 And every fourth week thereafter Consultation and Examinafi I would Hko to call tho attention 8 cts for ladies jersey vests worth of the teachers of the county to the 50ct examination of candidates for grad- Â¬ 50 cts for ladies jersey vests worth uation of common school course Col 76 cts Hunter has offered a solid gold med- Â¬ 75 cts for ladies jersey vests worth al for the one who gets the highest 100 average and this alono should stimu- Â¬ 110 late both pupils and teacher to pre- Â¬ 150 for ladies jersey vests worth pare for the examination 95 cts for comforts worth 150 Teachers bring in your pupils and 500 for Chenile Portiers worth lets see what you have been doing 750 m 750 for Chenile Portiers worth MJCTJ nnnn mA IV MMIDUJJI mjTJiwnAmj Tinware Glassware Wire Goods Woodenware Useful for Kitchen and Household Use PAPER SACKS -- GIVING AWAY AND VICTOR FLOUR MILES OAIPIT -- SON FEB Sixteenth Regular Accident on Use Midland On 1000 UOO Mensrhor unci W J Chinn Tho council then adjourned until next Monday night at 7 oclock No MSstalce perfect cure of Catarrh Cold in the Head and all Bronchial affections This is tho only medicine known that will absolutely euro that terrible disease Catarrh which it does by allaying all inflammation of the mucous membrane lining tho nasal and air passages in tho most soothing and pleasing manner You feel re- Â¬ lief from tho first application and a continued and through uso of the medicine will effect a radical cure in tho most stubborn cases of long standing Dr Hales House hold Ointment is sold at 25 and 50c per box at South Sidedrug store 3 P H CAIUENTEU- fragrant perfume Price cents For sale by J AW Gaylo HACKMETACK Halos House hold Ointment for tho Is made when you rely upon Dr lasting and 25 and 50 28 Educational Franklin County Teachers Association held its monthly session last Saturday in tho grand jury room at tho CourtHouso Meeting was called to order promptly at tho appointed hour by President 0 II Parent Prayer by 1 1 M Polsgrovo At roll call tho following members answered to tlieir names President O 11 Parent Sec II M Polsgrovo Col Thos Hunter Ex President F O T A Misess Dobo rah Parker Leonna Jett Lou B Bottlo Kahr Maggio Cromwell Â¬ H FOR DYSPEPSIA and Liver Com- Â¬ A3AS mjr plaint you have a printed guarantee Ihj Lminent SeculiM formerly resident Iliy sician ol the riiUacirtphiii General tio- new styles in check on every bottlo of Shilohs Vitilizer 100 pieces iti nticttiH in etine of the Ohio MedUal Institute Cmcmtuti Ohio has for muslin and India linen just received It never fails to cure twenty live year ucctWully devoted lu tune to the treat ent of his spec- at 28 For sale by J W Gaylo wltie Hesuccosfully ti eits all curable cise- - of Chronu int tVemous ODONNELLS WEITZEL 20 uiseuus ills treatment is liiscd onftlie largest e ipcrieiice after thorough educational preparation Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria Free Tobacco Seed XUieumatlsxa flltntllllr dltfasc tt tht ntnom iti delay If not cureU it leaJs to enlarged prottatu gland nr e guarantee a cure In all Acting ous del llllv anil premature deijj ttmiki all lite ltiTUilailn rcc Utvmul loabi pou thU theorr o have fr jcarj treatrl Itnlth phenoutnal uchcueiand a perfect rciioratloa to Liakh and h ileal vUor To tho Farmers of Kentucky A CHILD KILLEI Tin1 deformity auJ brart atfatlmi mcciii riuUIn from To tho ladles We hare for jcarn male it ipeelaltT ol rheumatic lullamiuaticni ma all trolilM or cured bj our I have a limited quantity of Burley the dlietie of Mumen Mue teolhs of the litlerlun or this Another child the use of treatment orll nrn homo by vomeu utnl vIthiut reason Wncn ths Blue and Yellow Pryor tobacco seed opiates givon in killed by of Soothincr Brights DIbc9 of Of KMntra U the result of faultr of theno dUtasts roptrlr inJtr5Uhl in Jr cure Is the form sulriuou arrr Mlmtilvlou uv the ute of Improper rtcedlei to cajte and complete for free distribution to farmers only Syrup certain Our tare horpital experience enables as Why mothers give their tucrcaao tnu How of urine to im lentun llieo cares and treat tin m from the lateil scieo grown These seeds aro all Kentucky Diseases of tlio Jisestlro Organs re tho mnu fre ti9itaidiiit Local tientnient mu h so iiisuvoljcctto we poison rirely llu neceisrv Our liMpepKlt it il IVm and their sprouting qualities liavo children such deadlyrelieve is surpris queutcauftor tue luorj fChronlo Diarrhea all remitLiverImiier local rciueilii lth which tltatnirtit is bv unititutlonaltreat and ing when thoy can mo iuUuet thJMatleuu to child platot toiittliitioQ reiMtr llfcidltini in boon tested by a competent florist of its peculiar troubles by the Dr feet uutrltioii anl riil lUerable Karij iutcrfereucg U themelves at thtlr cn homes S using uuj health of They will bo sent to any address on Ackers Daisy Soother It contains nc true evouuiuyMentime hiincae MiMtr Private SUcaccs Stricture are Toune aprronchlnjj in tally ami HrpDIIH uouori tni lupoitlio andGt Vfnfnl Tilnt Sterilltv art- Krunintlw receipt of request Write plainly opium or morphine Scld by dealh from itcretbablu IIltluuill tutumultu atouce Tbeso etlcaiuully tut ru hv uiir spuiai rt irp Mi tmiARpeul habits aro the retultof dUeae uot iler aui wo curt iuh ihoij iaudsof ifolUri lu iliuu aiiJ luoiiuv io nui name and post ofilco address Vory ziu - EDOWieUJt 0 H Invite uu fulleil comlJince auJ In this direction J W Gayle Druggist ef without fail respectfully iromle jouiflicf Epilepsy in Atrrom MlddloAKed Men whi cbirrrr cert In Irritations ef BTitr m tin or PJtfl d Is ThU rh nmrQa j ur rcutera 0 Y Wilson Comr tT iff ctitl in too uuuuer riia uninrA cr waur i aiae ao sedlmenu in Uirmjtuol of result copy State papers please miued h7hjVwctlivrufhVo7id our Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria Si- are tMii tf I111 v cf cinei which tUmlt o no cur In the mot dcbiliuiea it It novor fails Sold by Wickliffe 1 Chapman 314 Main street 500 pieces of Hamburg edging and inserting in cambric and French Bakers Famous Headache Specific nansook at special low prices at WEITZEL is absolutely tho best Decide to use ODONNELLS Wednesday morning last as the passenger train from Frankfort was entering Georgetown a flange of one wheel of tho rear car broke throw- Â¬ ing tho car from the rails but fortu- Â¬ nately not leaving tho track The train was passing over the high tres Â¬ tle work on tho Lair place at tho time and was stopped just as it reached the fill Tho train was well filled with passengers some of whom wero badly frightened when they learned the nature of the ac Â¬ cident and viewed tho surround- Â¬ ings It was a narrow escape from what might have been a fright Â¬ ful accident Had tho train jumped the track on the trestle the fall would have been a learlul one It was found necessary to transfer the passengers The accident was an unavoidable onp The Kentucky Midland has been exceedingly fortunate in escaping accidents this beintr the first one of any kind within six months Â¬ 2250 5 1200 1100 for Chenile 1500 1700 for Chenile for Chenile Portiers worth portiers worth Portiers worth 7A cts cts an oz for Zephyr worth 15 cts a hank for Germantown Wool worth 15cts Novelty dress goods at cost 200 20 from 5c per yard up WEITZEL pieces hand made Smyrna lace ODONNELLS N will sell round trip Tho L first class tickets to Mobile and New Orleans at one fare February Gth to 9th inclusive good returning until February 24th E P Bryan Agent Georgetown Times vvsiN Lj -- - w ys i iffllti M K VfiN w M I ffii Jr A ts I I Â¬ I - 1 i -- - Wo keon all the best brands of A NASAL INJECTOR free with each black domestics such as Lonsdale bottlo of Shilohs Catarrh Remedy Masonvillo Pride West and Alpine Rose which wo marked at tho low- Â¬ Price 50 cents W For sale by J Gayle 28 est 20 WEITZEL ODONNELLS a common ordinary pill when thoy can secure a valuablo English ono for Attorney L F Johnson Â¬ Bamo monoy Dr Ackers Minutes of tho preceding meeting tho pills aro a positive euro for Eng sick de Â¬ lish wore then discussed and it was Thoy livor cided that tho minutes should here- Â¬ headache and all easily troubles and do taken appoar in tho Educational aro small sweet after not gripo column of tho Roundabout 9 J W GAYLE Druggist Subject of reading was thou dis Â¬ a vory satisfactory man- Â¬ cussed in ner by Miss Julia Williams Miss SHILOHS CURE will immediately Jett Messrs Jones Johnson and relieve Croup Whooping Cough ana Graham Misses Annie Hall and Bronchitis 28 Carrio Porter read a select piece in For sale by J W Gayle Downoy and Mrs Julia Williams Profs E R Jones Jasper Dalton and Robt Graham Visitors present Misses Margaret Newman Lucy Downey Annie Hall and Carrio Porter Dr Williams Mcsars Willie Parront and County Children Cry for Pitchers Caste rial m liinki ailway k iitJM erv nerson cnnsiiltinfr us sliotilil lirimr nr ctirt i tn tiv will submit tn t tnornueli intcrosmpical eiimlnation ami chemical LuiUsls a rertifivt nni I Mk U r IA n tllI1ttVt which will b IM9IVII lllb u cure old caifs wliUh liave baffled the skill of other rltvsicims Why Hccause our catensiweJ exocnence enables us to rtcoini the ixwtt o iliM asc e invite all who ha lailcU tobiain rkcl elsewhere to oonsult us All curable uasea are cruaranteed 1atieirts treated by tnall and express Where possible personal consultation is preferable List of questions sent tree on application SrtiZ otf tft 1I rif a tiii part of the United States and Canada All cases ami coitopoiuiencc strictly confidenul Treatment sent C O D Aildrevi with stanp tor reply to any A DUTY TO YOURSBtF It is surprising that peoplo will uso Shareholders Meeting Dr- p O BOX 703 a H Bograan Ciiaoinnati tjiiperlntendciit EY-AT-LA- O Tht an mi il iiieftlii of tho slmreliolJers of tln Ketituik Millnml Itnlluiiy Couituiiir Ik Iierelj Kuavk I11m11 President called fin tin ultvtlou of i Hoard or Wreetors Ad riuYKit uiul for tliu transaction of Mich other business Vlco President us may be lnld before them The said mettlni to bo held ut 11 oclock u in E II Haiwtow Sec and Treas It T Uammt Tie Stanliri Printino M Co WM CROMWELL ATTORN W SATURDAY JANUARY 31 1891 In theCouncll Chamber In the City of Frankfort WM LINDSAY Ky Dy order of A II MO LUHE I President becretary v Jan 10 Forinerlythe Standard Irlntlnclnk Works -M- ANUKA6TUREHS O- F- RBAI BSTATB AGBNT VV -- PRITINCAND LITHOGRAPHIC INKS une2S ly 108 Cauul Cincinnati Ohio avid auu ur wtu alto lb special tentlOD to or row utsj collection of Iaui McotlAtteB Wiuf fin H wjoinlng eountle copbtb Of tf r nto olalasv toons tht purohu anil ji umzmsMm -- nnpyww On a Postal Card Tho following communication ro by Councilman John W Payno from Mr D M Woodson now at Glasgow Virginia was written upon a postal card It seems incred- Â¬ ible that so much could be compress ed into so small a space but it was all there and most of it could easily be read with the eye and tho balance under a glass tho letters being perfect Â¬ ly formed and tho lines are as straight as an arrow Mead fails to stato how many days and nights lie put in upoii tho work but it is neatly executed and will be preserved by Mr Payne as a sample of splendid penmanship Tho feat equals if not excels that 01 the German who wrote the Lords prayer upon tho edge of a four ply visiting card Glasgow Virginia ooivcd Â¬ am n Tfivi nn ULl 1 HI LUll f o BEWARE OF MISREPRESENTATIONS AND FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS OF DIS HONEST PARTIES r fv January 1st 1891 R A Thinking perhaps you were somewhat in the dark as to a knowledge of the geographical position of this new town in the Old Dominion as well as many other natives of Kentucky and the United States I concluded to takeadvantago w mtmm m ii i ii iii wwwi iimw in of tho ChriBtmas holidays and sum up such information relative to it as as quick to recognize a good thing as gap in the Bllue Ridge which is might be of some interest to you about two miles distant In order to they are I have fallen somewhat into what To day there are fourteen now fur- spend an hour or two both profita- Â¬ you might term a chronic habit of naces in course of erection in this bly and pleasantly let him make the holding a correspondence with the State all being built by northern trip to the top of this cone shaped DBAUBS IK- Roundabout but fearing the wheel and western capital while six others hill which is reached by an easily and Shells horse of that organ might from ad are being brought here from tho graded circuitous route about two vancing years have lost the power of North and West where they had been miles in length Here is a scence And Agaata for sight as to be unable to decipher the allowed to go out of blast having which delights the eye not alone of few words written on this postal card been unable to stand southern com- the capitalist who is fortunate 9 Laflin Rand or in the event he was young enough petition The uninitiated will natur enough to own real estate at Glas to see he might regard it in the light ally ask why a furnace which could gow out also every true lover oi na Will Paper I Dieofilm of an advertisement and without not be worked profitably in the North true We first see theNorth and James hope of reward always due the news- - be taken down transported to Vir- rivers with their fine great stone GLASS OILS LEAD AND MIXXD PADJT8 PI0X8 man to flowing respectively from the HARNESS LOU KJlBTBR CXMENT BARS DBILLS IRON AMD 8TXKL Saper these refuse to publish it I ad ginia re erected there and then work- Â¬ dams east BH0YKL8 CROW lines your highness ed profitably Experience has dem- Â¬ north and north west and con- Â¬ A FULL LINB Of SXWZB AND ILUX PIPS COB BROADWAY AND IXWXB fXfc IBAVXrOftT Having studied but little of political onstrated that the best average verging at Balcony Falls where they JalTlHt economy and much of domestic I use results obtained in Pennsylvania is join forces forming one majestic this card for two or three good rea- Â¬ one pound of iron at an expenditure column of water which here passes sons first a scarcity of paper and of one and one tenth pounds of coke through the Blue Ridge and on to struct a railroad from Glasgow Vir- Â¬ number more of war note I expect to stamps and second we are snowed while in Virginia owing to the soft- Â¬ Lynchburg Richmond and the sea ginia by Lexington to Pitteburg or visit before leaving the land of the under with two feet of snow and at ness of tho Southern ores one pound A column of smoke is seen ascending to Uniontown a point 75 miles south Teffersons Monroes Henrys Ran- Â¬ this writing are practically cut off of iron for every pound of coke used in the south We bring our field of Pittsburg and now connected with dolphs Tuckers and Letchers yea from all communication with the is obtained It is estimated by a glasses into requisition and the great that city by these railway lines It iB the land of my forefathers on both town proper it being two miles to gentleman conversant with such mat- Â¬ hydraulic cement works of the Loch also proposed to continue this rail- Â¬ sides of the house for generations the post office from my field of opera- Â¬ ters and who is recognized as uni- Â¬ er Bros are brought into full view road south to Lynchburg past tion laying out about seven hundred versal authoritythat the worlds pro- Â¬ Two lines of tram cars are here kept This road will pass through the I have now climbed the crests of acres into town lots blocks and duction of pig iron in 1890 the past constantly busy going day and night counties of Bath and Highland in the Cumberland tho Alleghaneys streets Of course you will excuse year would be 28000000 net tons of bringing tho raw material out of the Virgina and the counties of Pendle- Â¬ and the Blue Ridge tho Rockies and the postal card and ask what and which 10000000 tons will be produced mountain side At a distance of two ton Randolph Tucker Preston and the Cascades and have in a manner where is Glasgow To give you a in the United States He believes hundred yards stand the kilns whose through or near the extreme north- Â¬ traversed the continent or the mighty clear idea I give you in substance its that ten years hence the world will fires are kept burning tho year eastern corner of Monongalia in stretch separatingthe Atlantic from Prospectus Ask tho foregoing demand an annual supply of not less through Two hundred yards further West Virginia Its general direction the Pacific I feel that the dream question of any Virginian over fifteen than 44000000 tons of pis iron This away is a siding of the Chesapeake is a little west of a direct north line of my childhood is being realized years of age and you will be almost conclusion he justifies by a calcula- Â¬ Ohio Railroad on which a train of It will thus be seen that its route is at for the impressions of early reading sure to get an intelligent answer for tion based on the lowest rate of an Â¬ cars empty is being loaded with the right angles to the great trunk lines of history and study of geography Glasgow is a household word in Vir- Â¬ nual increase in the consumption of finished product preparatory to its running from east to west and from inspired me with a hope that I would ginia to day and our city on the his- Â¬ iron since 1856 distribution throughout tho United north east to south west It passes some day witness the scenes of Pio- Â¬ through a section of country having neer conflicts cross the great streams toric James bids fair to rival its A continuance of the rate of in- Â¬ States and Canada namesake on the Clyde both in popu- Â¬ crease that has obtained during the The climate at this section is uni- Â¬ no railroad facilities and abounding of commerco and scale the heights lation and commercial importance past few years would indicate a de Â¬ versally conceded to be one of the in ores coals and virgin forests The of eternal snow While the march The growth of this city has been so mand for 60000000 tons ten years most healthful and agreeable to be distance from Lexington to Union of internal impovemonts and develop- Â¬ phenominally rapid and it has been hence His figures are based on the found any where The latitude is town is about 180 miles and from that ment is blazing up with meteoric so uttie aavertisea tnat mere are regular growth of the iron business that of S n Francisco and St Louis point to Pittsburg as stated is 75 splendor the axe of engineering thousands of investors and capitalists during the past half century and in the United States and that of the miles Lynchburg is 27 mies south science which for many years outside of the State of Virginia who takes no account of the increase in southern portion of Italy and France east of Glasgow At Lynchburg the has been whetting up is about do not know of its advantages for the demand for iron which the rapid in Europe extreme southern point this road ready to hew a way and cut down profitable investment and hundreds growth of civilization in Asia and Its elevation above the sea is 900 would be placed in direet communi- Â¬ the mighty barriers which for un Â¬ of thousands of mechanics sadly in Africa is sure to bring about to 1000 feet while the mountains cation by means of the Richmond told ages have shorn the tempests Danville and Lynchburg Durham and have defied the ingenity of man need of remunerative employment The condition of tho iron problem surrounding the site of the city rise who are unaware that since the city according to him will inevitably as high as 2500 feet above the sea systems witn all points south witn to conquer their insuperable objects was laid off the supply of skilled bring into prominence and profitable level Excessive heat is unknown Richmond and the sea via the Chesa- Â¬ and wed the waters of the Atlantic labor has nevur equalled the demand development every point both in The fever and malaria of southern peake Ohio to Newport News with and Pacific The great Nicaraugua and that here where hundreds of America and Europe where material counties do not exist while the cy- Â¬ Norfolk and all points in south west canal scheme is about to assume workers each doing his or her own demanded for iron productions can clones and blizzards of northern sec Â¬ Virginia and Tennessee by the Nor- Â¬ tengiblo form which in ten years part in the great work of building up be assembled at a reasonable cost tions never find their way into this folk Western From Lynchburg hence will lessen tho sailing distance a city is to be tho center of a hive of In no portion of the world are the mountain sheltered region It is a going north as stated is the town of from New York to San Francisco industries a collection of thrifty and natural conditions for the production climate superbly adapted to work of Glasgow At this point tho iron oro 10000 miles cultivated people in happy homes of iron so favorable as they are in every kind during all seasons of the regions and furnaces of the upper Tho crowning work of mankind The coming Eldorado of American the South and the conviction is that year neither inducing lassitude nor waters of the James would be the glory of engineering science This adventure located in a section where before the end of the next decade i necessitating exposure to the rigors reached In addition to the Chesa will havebeen accomplished Ohio connection here tho scheme lias for hundreds of years climate is most propitious where soil the South will be the source of the oi extreme cold The invesment by peake is fertile where labor is inexpensive worlds chief iron and steel supply a Brittish syndicate of one million road would cross the Shenandoah nestled in the brain of man and where the means of life are ample Three hundred and thirty millions of live hundred thousand dollars to be Valley Railroad which runs from been his dream for generations and cheap where society is refined dollars were invested in bouthern en- Â¬ used in improving and developing Roanoke north east to Maryland and When I becan tho writing of this and agreeable and religious and edu terprises in 1889 this city m addition to about an Pennsylvania Lexington is twelve postal card I estimated that the sub- cational advantageb re abundant moves equal amount already realized by tho miles further north and there con- Â¬ jects selected would exhaust the The star of industrial empire lies the new city located in practical Â¬ southward Geologists predict that Rockbridge Company from sale of nection is made with the Baltimore space marked by its outlines but Ohio Continuing north eignteen having concluded the subjects and ly inexhaustible beds of iron ore and in ten years the coking coal of Con stock and its lots much of which has Ohio is having still space enough to consume manganese Almost girdled by two nellsville Penn will bo exhausted gone into industries and buildings miles the Chesapuako rivers the North and Jamesi with It is too much to say that Virginia will give it an impetus second to no crossed in tho vicinity of Goshen much time in writing more of inter- Â¬ magnificent water power and lying with her wealth of natural resources other new town in the South The Victoria furnace is situated at this est to you I beg of you at tho pre Â¬ withina triangle of railroads over her inexhaustible beds of the finest water supply of the city is already point and those of Long Dale Low sent to excuse mo from proceeding whoso lines an average of Jijty four coking coal in the world her enor- Â¬ assured a tine system of water works Moor and all others that are or may farther lest I fail to finish in time for trains arrive at and pass through the mous and regular deposits of iron being in operation serving it with bo constructed in that section will be mailing on tho west bound train city daily Commanding the only ore her primeval forests of oak pop an abundance of pure wnolesome placed in communication with Pitts Wishing you a happy New Year and important gap in the Blue Ridge lar walnut asn and pine lier man- - drinking water taken from a never burg much prosperity and many joys and mountains south of Marners Perrv ganoase tin copper lead and zinc failing moutain stream It will be If the foregoing quotation has longyears I remain yours fraternally D Mkade Woodson surrounded bj forests ol hard wood her fine great navigable rivers her observed ihat tho site selected for proven monotonous and uninter Â¬ in easy reach of three great coking finest harbors in tho world her geo Glasgow is belted by tho Richmond esting you must ascribe it to an over P S I neglected to say that eight coal regions of America with com- - graphical location and agreeable cli- Â¬ Alleghaney Railroad the Shenan- diawn imagination rather than to an months ago but two farm houses lines of railroads extending mate together with her immense and doah Valley Railroad and the Rich Â¬ assumption of positive knowledge as Btood on tho sito of this new city orch South East and West Glas Â¬ rapidly increasing railroad system mond Alleghaneys Lexington to impression made on you 1 have Now tho busy hum of industry is gow presents in its advantages of lo- Â¬ will some day and that in the near branch By the first direct connec Â¬ been too much engrossed with tho heard on every hand and in ovory cation such attractions as are seldom future take the place in this great tion is had with Now river and the intricacies of the task before me dur- Â¬ direction Many huge manufactur- Â¬ found united in one spot That these Union now occupied by Pennsylva vast region reached by tho Chesa ing suitable weather since my arrival ing establishments in course of erec Â¬ advantages are appreciated and rec Â¬ nia peake Ohio system and with tho hero to visit any of the places of his tion one of tho finest hotels in tho ognized as being exceedingly valua- Â¬ The necessary conditions for the railroad now let to contract up toric note Tho famous James river South nearing completion and alto- Â¬ ble is evidenced by the fact that a success of a new city may be briefly Craigs Creek to New river and with of colonial times rolls at our very gether now about one thousand or fif party of English and Scotch gentle stated as follows Strategic location Lynchburg and tho Richmond Dan- Â¬ feet following tho tortuous paths teen hundred souls It is situated at men have lately closed a contract natural advantages equable and ville and other railroads centering hewn out by the prodigal hand of na Â¬ the confluence of tho North and James which provides for the expenditure heathful climate strong financial there with Richmond and its great ture keeping pace witn tho march of rivers and inRockbridgo countywhich of one million live hundred thousand backing abundant supply of pure railway system and with deep water time and mingling its clear waters very appropriately as its name im Â¬ dollars in improving and developing drinking water competitive trans- Â¬ at Richmond Newport News and with the salinous of those of Hamp plies is derived from Natural Bridge Having the city and that these gentlemen portation facilities and the establish- Â¬ Norfolk By the second with the ton Roads just as it did in the days three miles from Glasgow were careful and conservative in ment of manufacturing materials Norfolk Western Railroad and tho of Capt John Smith and Pocahontas no fear of crowding this card I con- Â¬ their action is further evidenced by which are largo employers of labor Southern States of tho Union By Tho great Natural Bridge with its cluded to add this p s any how for af the fact that they sent to this coun As previously stated this city com- Â¬ the third with the Baltimore colossalarch or keystone of ages is ter all it is only about one third of what try two Scotch mining experts who mands the only important gap in tho Ohio Railroad at Lexington and with separated from us only by an hours I can legibly put on its surface and gave tins city anu its surroundings a Blue Ridge mountains south of Har Â¬ tho projected Pittsburg and Virginia leisure ride not wishing to tax your patience most carelul and scientific examina pers Ferry Here is where tho immortal Wash Â¬ longer I close with the hope that you Railroad For the manufacturing tion extending over a period of The value of this position can not of iron accessibility is assured to the ington has implanted his footsteps willpreserve this card not only as nearly two months and it was not be overestimated as it is the natural very best sources of fuel supply in whero it is said he climbed and chis Â¬ souvenir from mo but as an articlo of until after they had made their re- Â¬ highway between the great north- Â¬ the country tho Pocahontas and eled his name one niche higher than future reference respecting Glasgow port that the afore named contract west and tho Atlantic seaboard Two Blue Stone coking coals being was over done before or has been D M W was entered into It has been said trunk lines of railroad tho Chesa reached by tho Norfolk Western accomplished since Twelve miles that straws show which way tho peake Ohio from Clifton Forgo to tho Superior coking coals of New away at Lexington rest tho remains Chanco to buy Encyclopedia Brltanica wind blows but it needs no weather Norfolk via Lynchburg and Rich river by tho Chesapeake Ohio of the two great chieftains of Con- Â¬ vane in Virginia to day to furnish the mondand the Baltimore Ohio over and tho Connellsvillo coking coals by federate fame Those of Gen Loo at 150 pur volume Guaranteed to be foregoing information for the gentle tho Lexington branch of the Rich- Â¬ tho Baltimore Ohio and tho Pitts Â¬ are under one wing of tho Washing Â¬ only exact reprint easterly breeze which years ago wait Â¬ mond Virginia when that shall bo ton and Leo University and marked K K McCLURE Alleghaney already send burg 15 ed such men as Clark Comegia from thirty fivo to forty trains daily built by a recumbent statuo of the dead Coats and Barbour Brothers to tho through this gap whilo the Pitts It is moreover always to be re Â¬ hero whilo those of Gen Jackson For Sale A second hand cabiÂ¬ shores of this country has been slow- Â¬ burgh Virginia Railroad will use it membered in compairing this locality are in tho unpretentious cemotery on ly but surely increasing in force and for their road from Pittsburgh to with iron districts of tho places south tho heights of tho town site as yet net organ is offered for sale cheap Apply to J B Utterback veering towards tho South until now Lynchburg In order to intelligently of Virginia that Glasgow is from 400 unmarked save by plain headstones it has assumed tho proportions of a comprehend what nature has dono to 000 miles nearer to Pittsburg Bal- Â¬ making no pretonsions at display 1 stormy gale Nor nave our British for Glasgow one should stand on tho timore HarrisRurg Johnstown Phil Â¬ passed along tho foot paths leading For Rent Tho property known as cousins alone been turning their atÂ¬ apex of Sailings Mountain six hun adelphia Richmond Now York and to these hallowed spots but was too tho Gen John Rodman place Terms tention towards Virginia for our dred feet above tho average level of Norfolk than either Ohatanooga or much pressed for time to visit them reasonable R W MoRery brothers of the North and West are tho town site and directly facing tho Birmingham Itys proposed to con- - All of these places however and a 18 lm My Dear Sir Â¬ Â¬ t ii Â¬ C E COLLINS EE Â¬ Â¬ mm -- BRO M i Â¬ t Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SiiSsiiiMwM UAUlauTv a2jjuft W 3Myfc1iJlMVyT ry Wfitt -- fiyygk i 1 mam i mwwqiiv HBBmiZM I J READY H rt 1 AJ FOR BUSINESS the handsomest in this section of With a new clean and elegant stock of We are ready for business at our new store the State Come and see us No 37 Bridge Street South Side W f DRUGS FANCY AND TOILET ARTICLES Telephone No tJ W DO tJos IaeiComptei Gayle 12 IWf - tl WU IV 11 Demosthenes the Grecian orator cured his stammering by having his mouth full of pebbles and many are tho modern orators who havo cured their hoarseness by an occa- Â¬ sional dose of Dr Bulls Cough Syrup Wood i oid I K 1J HUGHES In this tuuntion Friday January In runt sou vf th lt Jl PIcleti Tliuimotil JL i Hiihs aged 3 ymrs Married Â¬ Whatever tends to increase use- Â¬ JENKIKS GIBBS On Wednesday evening of leal fulness by banishing pain and suf January 21 and u at tho ieslduee tnu Mr W J on Lou one half miles fering witl certainly secure notice Siem by Itov George DirMe out Jiuuts M slae Mr pIKe len and approval We allude to Salva- Â¬ tous and Miss Jliir H Glbbs both ol Gaeienv IE Bl tion Uil For Rent On and after February 1st my dwelling house near tho corner of Third and Conway streets now occu- Â¬ pied by Wm McUloy burg Shelby county Ky MCADAMS WILLI AMSON At the residence or n the brides mother in Mid letonn Oho r jvlmbu inuiMla liuuaij u 1p9i uy ituv of thuBiptlstUmrch Mr J W Mc Adams aid formerly ol tuls cit Miss hnnnette Wlluiiiuson Miles Nerve and Liver If You bad a Friend About to visit somo section of country where malarial disease either in the form of chills and fever or bilious remittent was particularly rife what would bo about the best advico you could give lilm We will tell you to carry along or procure on arriving that potent me Â¬ dicinal safeguard Hostetters Stomach Hit- Â¬ ters known throughout malarial plagued regions hero and In other countries as tho surest means of dlsaimlng the miasmatic scourgs and robbing It of Its fell destructlvo influence riot only docs It fortify tho system by increasing Its stamina but overcomes Ir- Â¬ regularity of digettion the liver and the bow- Â¬ els and counteracts the unfavorable effects of over exertion bodilv and men al exposure in rough weather or occupation too sedentary or laborious loss of appetite and excessive nerÂ¬ vousness The functions of alimentation bil- Â¬ ious secretion and sleep have in it a most powerful and reliable auxiliary ST WHAT what voua You feel tired it means Do yon know You are ne YOU JIAILS M Why You cough in the morning Do you realize the cause Your appetite is poor What makes it so You seem like a changed person to your friends Do you know what is the matter or has the change been so gradual it has escaped your notice Wo do not say this to frighten you but it is true These are the sure symptoms of this terrible disease There is one thing which will check it and that is KNOWrYOU DR Mill 60 cent mud You have Consumption An important discovery They act on the liver stomach and bowels Farmers of the United States re- Â¬ through the nerves A new principle ceive more clear money from chick- Â¬ They speedily cure billiousness bad ens and eggs than from any other taste torpid liver piles and constipa- Â¬ one source and it is a fact that Gan tion Splendid for men women and ters magic chicken cholera cure is children Smallest mildeBt surest daily adding to that revenue Sold 50 doses for 25 cents Samples ftiSe at and warranted to cure by J W Gayles Frankfort Ky M5 ly 20 Apply to Pills WT J H Williamson ACKERS ENGLISH REMEDY It U recommended by the best physicians in Europe and America W H HOOKER CO 46 West Broadway New York For Sale by K7 100 per Bottle cJ J -- Phil Carpenter to Mastin Bros not forget to Mastin Bros aro positively selling Doget you a robe go cost 20 2t at and 20 2t out their robes at cost J0H2T T BUCKLEY QueeiiMvnre and Fancy China Tea Sets 56 pieces 53 Ihnner Sets from 850 up The larg Â¬ est stock in Central Kentucky to select presents from Stoves Tinware and Home Furnishing Goods Heating Stoves Cook Stoves from 475 up from 3 up Amusements THE BOOMER AND DAN PACKARD lohs Cure will givo immediate relief Price 10 cts 50 cts and 1 For sale by J W Gayle 28 WHY WILL YOU cough when Shi From tho very best authenticated press reports The Boomer with Dan Packard a popular nnd versatile commedlan us Its bright particular star bos achieved an undeniable public endorsement Both the star as well us the farce comedy are ac corded empathetlc approval by the Pennsylvania newspaper critics and somo of the extended no tices regarding tho performance fairly teem with opinions calculated to inspire the management in amanner to warrant an early New York hearing San Packard seems to have at List discovered a proper vehicle for the display of his talent In The He is deserving of every success pos Boomer sible and what Is more to the point he is getting Â¬ it At the Opera House Monday evening January 26th CASKr TROUBLES LouiBville Ky ARE YOU MADE miserable bv In digestion Consumption Dizziness Arnica Salve Loss of Appetite Yellow Skin Shi lohsVitalizer is a positive cure The best salve in the world fot 28 For sale by J W Gayle Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt m 10 The play was Caseys Troubles and what very funny troubles they were can only be attested by a large audience that laughed Itself sore over Its eccentric and unctuous humor Too much praise can not bo given to Miss Kennedy whose position is no sinecure During tho evening she enacted the roles of six dirferent characters and each part was so clear cut as to almost make one doubt if one person could possibly change so com Â¬ pletely and plky such vastly different roles Her singing and dancing Is of a superior order and easily places her in the front rank of her profes Â¬ sion Mr Kelcy took care of the comedy in the character of Casey and he nursed it so well that we would have been pleased to seo him have new Troubles and watched his happy progress through them His comedy smacks of tho Jeffer Â¬ son style of treatment whose neatness and nut ural vein of humor mokes us remember the good Caseys Trou- Â¬ fellows we have meet in real life bles come again you are always welcome Evening Tribune May 16 1839 Uernellsvllle New York At the Opera House Saturday evening January 81st 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 etc will be promptly furnished by writing to ing cars B L For Sale One wrought iron cook stove is offered for sale cheap Ap- Â¬ Both the method and results whei 20 2t ply to S T Fortune Syrup of Figs is aken it is plensmi and refreshing to the taste and act gently yet promptly on the Kidney Prophylactic Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys Use it in every sick room Wi tem effectually dispels colds head keep the atmosphere pure and aches and fevers and cures hahitun wholesome removing all bad odors constipation Syrup of Figs is tin from any source only remedy of its kind ever pro Will destroy all Disease Germs duced pleasing to the taste and ac infection from all Fevers and ail ceptable to the stomach prompt ii its action nnd truly beneficial 111 it contagious diseases Mari- Â¬ effects prepared only from the mo The eminent physician J I healthy and agreeable substances it on Sims of New York says i many am convinced that Prof Darbys to all excellent qualities comraeud and have made it the mos Prophylactic Fluid is a most valu popular remedy known 21 able disinfectant Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50 and 1 bottles by all leading drup gists Any reliable druggist wli Forget If yon are going west that the may not have it on hand will proSt Louis Air Line run cure it promptly for any one wh Louisville the finest trains In the world between wishes to try it Do not accept aor Trains substitute Louisville and St Louis leaving at810 a m daily equipped with Pullman perfected safty steam CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SAN FRANCISCO CAL heated day coaches parlor and din- Â¬ Darbys Plunilung and Gas Fitting Tin Roofing and Guttering Job work of all kind in both branches done promptly ami guaranteed to be first class I have the largest stock in my different lines to be found in Central Kentucky and at prices that are beyond all competitors Give me a call HrQasSBK JOHN T BUCKLEY Dont JACOB S WIGERT CO LOUISVILLE KY NEW YORK NY Have Removed From the Balfzel Building L F CANTERS tf Trav PasB Agt Bryant MAGIC H101SND 102 SNN STREETS nf flSrThey will short time fill Bucklens REMOVER the Capital HotElfr- - this space with an entirely new advertisement in a Wants a Fine One There is one thing that may make the location of the capital hero de- Â¬ cidedly undesirable The Constitu- Â¬ tional Convention has shown a dispo- Â¬ sition to limit tho power of the State to contract debt to 500000 and a suggestion has been made to extend this limit by 250000 to bo spent in building a new Capitol Louisville does not want any 250000 Capitol building within her limits If the State proposes to build a 250000 Stato House by all means let it be in Frankfort or West Liberty or in some place where as few people as possible will see it v If there is to bo any Stato House that coats any less than ten times 250000 we do not want Louisville encumbered with Tetter Fever Sores Rheum Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns and all Skin Eruptions and positively cures Piles or no pay re- Â¬ quired It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money re Price 25 cents per box funded For sale by South Side drug store Â¬ co The Mahic Removeu fills a long felt want with owners of Horses or Mules with Warts Knot Uruises Cuts Strains Sptains Old Sores Barb Wire Cuts etc It makes no difference how long the knot hits been there or how hard it is if it is not of the bone we will take it oil on tho MO CURE NO PAY plan In removing tho knot the hair comes off and tho placo becomes very sore when you stop using it the hnir comes back its original color and not a trace of tho knot is left Tor plan of insurance etc call at the undei signed druggists wd bring your animal with you 5 iy P H Carpenter it Louisville Commercial DO NOT SUFFER ANY LONGER Knowing that a cough oan be checked in a day and the first stage of consumption broken in a week we hereby guarantee Dr Aokers En cllsh Cough Remedy and will refund the money to all who buy take it a per directions and do not find oui tatament correot 9 J W Oatlb Druggist Rev F M Shrout Pastor United Brethren Church Blue Mound Kan says I feel it my duty to tell what wonders Dr Kings New Discovery has done for me My lungs were badly diseased and my parishioners thought I could live only a few weeks I took five bottles of Dr Kings New Discovery and am sound and well gaining 26 lbs in weight Arthur Love Manager Loves Funny Polks Combination writes After a thorough trial and convincing evi Â¬ dence I am confident Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption beats em all and cures when everything else fails The greatest kindness I can do my many thousand friends is to urge them to try it Free trial bottle at the South Side Drug Store Regular dizes 50o and 1 3 The Pulpit and the Stage for Infants and Children Castoria cores Oolic OonsHpatioa Sour Stomach Diarrhoea EructaUon Kills Worms gives sleep and promotes WiithoSlnJuri lous medtcatioav dt- - Cajtoriaksowen adapted to children thai I recommend 1 1 as superior to any prescription known to me H A Amenta M D Ill So Oxford St Brooklyn N T The use of Csstorls is so universal and Its merits so well known that It seems a work supererogation to endorse it Few are the of Intelligent families who do not keep Castoria within easy reach Mew York City Late Pastor Bloomlngdslo Bsf ormed Church M For several yean I have recommended your Castoria aud shall always oonUnuo to do so as it has Invariably produced beneficial results Eowim T Pakoii M D M The Winthrop ISStb Street and 7th Ave New York City 1 For Sale by Tn CsjfTAua Commht T7 Mokay P H CARPENTER 5tt Narr Yoa P H Oabpenter SOUTH SIDE DRUGGISTS wk iu j - j 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Jeans pants worth 2565 Cassimcre suits all must go 33 percent less than former prices 50 00 in 00 50 50 50 40c Undershirt or Drawers worth 50c Unlaundried Shirt worth 15c Four ply Linen Cuffs 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 Mitts worth 15c Celluloid Collar worth 25c Celluloid Cuffs worth m 75c 85c 25c 8c 35c 25c 35c 75c 25c 40c CASH CASH CASH A L tA Y b A hi gsfflgsgsanafHffs Y BmdlRii Slits 1 Oyer inoes frmoeT llUUU f We are CLOSING OUT OUR MAMMOTH 75c Childs Suit worth 50 1 50 75c 2 2 25 3 So Boys Overcoats worth age 5 to 10 years 1 2 3 3 5 00 00 50 STOCK of SHOES 50 50 4 50 50 7 50 9 00 9 50 5 00 Boys long warm Overcoat 18 age 13 to 3 13 WE WAFT MONEY 255 pairs Ladies Dongola Kid 99c worth 150 pairs Ladies Glove grain 99c worth 1 1 1 00 3 50 Boys Overcoat splendid value age to 18 6 50 7 50 3 00 Boys fancy color suit long pants age 5 00 13 to 18 worth 4 50 Boys fancy color suit long pants age 6 50 13 to 18 worth 6 50 Boys fancy color suit long pants age 13 to 18 worth 9 00 7 50 Boys fancy color suit long pants age 13 50 13 to 18 worth 328 pairs childrens knee pants to close at 25c and 125 40c 75c 1 3 75 Mens long warm Ulsters worth 8 50 worth 5 oo Mens long Chincilla Ulsters 14 00 7 00 Mens Fur Beaver Ulsters worth Chincilla Fur Trimmed 7 50 Mens long Ulsters worth 14 00 will buy you an 12 00 10 00 1500 20 00 elegant coat that sold for 40 per cent more money 00 6 00 5 50 35 25 WE NEED MONEY Only one Price to All We Need the Gash SEEK One Price to All raETOTTCTKia pairs Misses Front Lace School 50c worth 160 pairs Mens Lace and Congress 119 worth 75 pairs Boys Lace good value 99c worth 75 pairs Mens Kip Boots at Si 50 worth 60 pairs Mens Kip Boots at 200 worth 73 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 73 pairs Ladies Arctics 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