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BPRI TH tfjjw nffinjpprTTr The GEO A LEWIS Frankfort Boundabout A Publisher WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS KY JANUARY 31 1891 TEMIS 100 In Advance 1 Volume XIV Pleasureville FRANKFORT Number 21 Mr R C Church had one of his versal satisfaction Dr Miles new fine horses killed by the cars on the THAT TEllRIESIL IS COUGH illustrated troatiso on the Nerves and K M a few days since In the morning hurried or difficult Heart and trial bottle free at J W We are informed by Mr J B Sted breathing raising phlegm tightness Gayles drug store 4 man that another factory will oc- Â¬ the chest quickened pulse chill in cupy the place of the old one im- Â¬ ness in the evening or sweats at Mill mediately and that by tho first of night all or any of these things are May it will be in perfect running Dr first stages of consumption the oraer Plenty of mud Ackers English Cough Remedy will cure these fearful symptoms and is to Mrs Rebecca Crockett and daugh- Â¬ The Senator made a flying visit sold under a positive guarantee by ters Miss Anna Belle and Mrs Lucetta our city Monday P J W Gayle Druggist Parrent of Bridgepor paid us a Miss Porter Winter visited Miss visit the first of the week Likewise Lida Church this week W H Parrent J W Jenkins and 0 THAT HACKING COUGH can bo Mrs W P Marsh who has been H Crockett so quickly cured by Shilohs Cure We guarantee it For sale bv J W quite ill for some time is now conva- Â¬ The next session of the Franklin lescent 27 Gayle County Teachers Association will be m Miss Debbie Hannen spent several held at Swallowfield the third Satur- Â¬ If the teachers days with friends in Frankfort last day in February Fairview who are not in the habit of attending week couia iuuy realize the advantages The cobblers wife and the black Miss Mollie Holder is lying quite ill and benefits that smiths mare among the barest go at the home of her sister Mrs C G who are regular in accrue to those attendance we most bare Hockersmith are confident a deeper interest in ed Mrs Sallio Shoush is quite ill this Mrs H C Church visited her sis ucational matters would be manifes- Â¬ week ter Mis J A Bell of Hatton last ted by them Rev J H Burdin has been visiting Mrs AnnieRiner visited the fami- Â¬ week ly of J W Shoush last Tuesday Mrs Lizzio Green left Monday for relatives at Mt Sterling since last re port Mr Wm Hieatt is expecting to Louisville whoro she will reside in Mr William Bonar left a short move to Frankfort soon We hope tho future time since for Louisiana whore he he will be successful in his change of Rev Roberts of the Stamping will seek his business Ground is holding a very interesting heavens richestfortune Wo invoke blebsings on his efMr Walter Smith and wife were meeting at this place forts tho guests ofWm Hieatts family last Our Sunday school is in a very Erlo Burdin has returned home Sunday flourishing condition and still on tho from a two weeks vibit torelativesinl Mt Sterling Mis Mary McQuilin lost fifteen increase yards of green woolen double width Mrs J P Williams who has been From tho attendance we should and cloth between Bob v Frankfort lust week Gordons find visiting relatives in Bath county for judge the members of our Churches Anyone tho past month returned homo last are ignorant of the fact that prayer ing such a bundle will please leave Saturday meeting is held Wednesday night at it at tho Roundabout office To tho regret of her many friends tho Christian Church and Thursday Wo A select school will commence at Mrs John Pierce still remains in a night at the Baptist Church take this method therefore of an Â¬ Â¬ our school house next Monday Feb very critical condition nouncing the fact that these meet- Â¬ ruary 2d 18U1 conducted by the Miss Cora Webster of Swallowfield ings are hold each week as above same teacher who taught tho public school Tho tuition is reasonable and Mr Lyman Graham of Frank Â¬ stated and that a hearty welcome is wore tho and parents should not lose tho op- fort last week guest of tho Missos Ba Â¬ extended to all who attend Remember tho peoples paper The educating their children con portunity of costs but one dollar In all tho realms of nature there Mr Jones Roundabout Our oxcellont teacher is nothing more important than a has in addition to his day school a per year Subscriptions received by C II Parrent Now is tho time to child Governments may pass away thriHng commorcial school subscribe tho sun will pass away and tho sun Tho disappearance of Jouks from sink to rest but tho child enshrines Rev King of tho Baptist Theoa soul that is to live throughout this place has boon quito a mystorj logical Seminary Louisville conwas ascertained ducted divino worship at Buck Run eternity If tho child is properly to its inmates until it cared lor it will grow up worthy of that tho magnet was across tho Church last Sunday its heavenly origin but if neglected crook but things have resumed thoir Mr John Trumbo and family of tho white usual it will grow up n curse to tho com- Â¬ can becourse now andthrough thohorsoÂ¬ Big Eddy honored our own Mill vil seen passing and a shamo to its parents munity Hill with their presence last Tues lage daily Master John A Hieatt visited Sarnie day Last but not least is tho crown Â¬ Riner Tuesday and Miss Clif ing event of tho season an elegant fioMr Richard Sebreo married Thurs Â¬ Thompson were Mr John Shoush was in Frankfort supper and danco given at tho resi 22d 1S91 by Saturday on business donco of Mr J W Sattorwhlto last day evening January his residence night Words are inade Â¬ llev J 11 Burdin at Mr James Powers who has rented Thursday year quate to express the hospitality dis in A considerable quantity of tobacco the George Harris farm for this this section lias been stripped tho has moved but ho will live at his pensed to All guests by tho host and hostess tho beauty and chivalry On last Saturday Bethel Church ex Â¬ until tho 1st of March brothers of tho country woro there including tended to Bro Burdin a unanimous Born To tho wife of William Ili- - some of tho brightest constellations call to become their pastor for eatt on tho Kith Inst u daughter of Frankfort and Monterey and the anothor year Tho call will bo an if Tii Darlington of Graefen- - light fantastic was trippod until tho swered at their next regular meeting tho fourth Saturday in February burg was out hunting last week and weo small hours of morning Novice Mosuls John Spencer Tas Costing captured a black oaglo which meas Would bo glad to hoar from Novico Clay Andorson and Miss Amanda ured seven feet three inches often Ed Williams all of Bath county have Follwing is tho report of tho Fair been isiting friends in this com Bakors Famous lloadnrho Specific view Public School for the term end Â¬ cures whoro other medioinos fail It muuitj tlrfs wcolc ing January 22 1891 A mighty heap of roadin matter Newel Thompson 99 Anna Riner is tho best one trial will convince 98 Emma ilorndon 97 Florence you Sold by Wicklifib Chapman for a pobtafcard to contain wo must I confess 2 Georgo imlo 97 Clara Horndon 95 85 Nel Â¬ ail Main street Mr Frank Ely of Loxington has Thompson 92 Susio Hieatt Do not forgot to go to Mastin Bros returned hfimo from a weeks visit to lie Powers 97 Harvo Horndon 87 20 2t JaniOB Shoush 88 Minnio Herndon and get you a robe at cost friends in tuis vicinity Many of our citiz9ns attended tho opening salea of tobacco at the Grow ers House last Tuesday Mr A J Ropers and Mr Scott of waddv K v arrived Tuesday In com pany with their daughters who will attend tho Central Normal School until its close J D Macrruder of the L N Rail load yisited friends and sweethearts nere last aunaay Mrs Sally Black of Franklin coun ty is visiting hereon GT Black Mr Walker Scott of Waddy visit- d the Central Normal College a few days this week 96 Sam Riner 04 Frincilla Thomp- Â¬ J E Nunn of Simpsonsville was son 90 Joe Hioatt 93 Chester Hern In town Wednesday don 89 Oscar Shoush 82 Johnnie Our watchword Farmers Alliance Hieatt 91 Sue Powers 80 G D Hancock Noel Lee of Bald Knob passed Teacher through town last Wednesday en We are having splendid weather route for Croppers to visit friends now It reminds us of spring Ladles The school closed here Thursday evening with music and speeches Realize perhaps more fully than Tho pupils have done a good years any one else the value of a clear and beautiful complexion and they also rest until next term know how difficult it is to retain Miss Minnie Herndon was the guest freshness and beauty when con- Â¬ of Annie Riner Tuesday evening fronted by so many diseases incident to females that sap their strength and THE WORLDS FASH undermine their health Science progreses There are two remedies The excitement caused by this when used in connection will cure great event is scarcely equaled by any case of female weakness of that produced by the great discovery short or long standing and re- of Dr Miles the Restorative Nervine store the individual to perfect health It speedily cures nervous prostra- Â¬ very quickly Dr Hales Household tion change of life pain dullness Ointment used in connection with and confusion in head litsslecpless Dr Hales Household Tea will ac- Â¬ nees tho blues neuralgia palpita Â¬ complish the desired result quicker tion monthly pains etc 0 W and better than any other known Snow Co of Syracuse N Y Tal remedy Large size 50 cents sold at bott Moss of Groon3burg Ina and South Side drug store A W Blackburn of Woostor O say 4 P H Oakpenter that Tho Nervine sells better than anything we over sold and gives uni- Â¬ Â¬ V Baking Powder Forks of Elkfiorn Judging by his earnestness and the frequency of his visits a marriage is imminent Little Dan infant son of Mr J H Bowen has recovered from his re cent illness Miss Tillio Roberts of Indiana has returned home from a visit to friends in this section misses same jpairneau has returned to her homo in Loxington from a visit to friends in this vicinity MiBs Mattie Ely of Lexington is the guest of her cousin Miss Jennie Â¬ ES -- ABSOUSTEUT PURE HiOTTT J17 R K McClures f Iiorn Ky Mr J H Hockonsmith and family have removed to Alabama Success Goddard After a two weeks search wo are glad to announce the fact that Mr G 0 Hughes has found his horse Two excellent stoves for sale one for cooking purposes and the other for heating Terms reasonable Ap ply to C H Parrent Forks of Elu Â¬ Ladies Kid Button Shoes Grain Glove Grain Button Shoes Misses Grain 11 2 Shoes 11 2 95c 95c 95c 80c attend them Womens Front Lace Shoes 1 Lot Womens Heavy Shoes 1 Lot Boys Boots 11 13 75c 75c 50c 50c Peaks COME BEFORE ALL GONE These Prices For Cash Only eo Y YyFi FROM Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ l The Leading Hardware Merchants Â¬ mjlst ik -- BRO S FOR- - HEADQUARTERS Â¬ Ppfil Rflfjee InrsePihtlilnil Â¬ Ifki Wo Booto Bunting fc Mi ilk Examine Guns Ordered at Whilesile Prion hnnrflenothlnulJiit STANDARD J00D3 ami our irlceyo giurintco before iurcliiIiiB elsewhere oir stock 4 nur m rWtWrjvv v y iji v 1 i Y birthday on Thursday night A large number were present and all en- Â¬ joyed a pleasant evening Following Mrs R D Rash of St Louis Mo are the names of some of them is visiting Mrs W H Sneed Misses Ella Ohoate Bertha Coke Mrs J S Van Winkle ofDanvillo Josie Kavanaugh Letba Dunigan is visiting relatives in this city Maggie Bridgeford Bessie Goodwin Miss Mattie Oox returned Thurs- Â¬ to friends in Shelby Pearl Miller Agnes Thompson Lida day from a visit Toombs Jessie Coke and Masters ville Mr W A Holton of Nashville Leo Gober Willie Hines Sam Chiles Tennesee was in the city yester- Â¬ Richard Chiles Joe Toombs Charles Pilkinton and John Coke day MiBB Lou B Cromwell of near this city is viBiting friends in Shelby The Grand Conclave county Mr James W Nicol returned Friday The annual conclave of the Grand of laBt week from a two months trip Commandery of Kentucky Knights to Texas Mr Dan M Bowmar of the Wood- Templar will be held in this city on ford Sun Versailles was in the city the 27th and 28th of May and the gen- Â¬ eral committee of Frankfort Comman- Â¬ yesterday dery No 4 has already begun work Mr R H Nicol returned Thursday afternoon from a trip of several mapping out a programme and weeks to Florida making arrangements to make the Mr George G Graham of Magda annual gathering of the Sir Knights lena Sonora Mexico is visiting rela- Â¬ a grand success tives in this city Capt Irwin Dugan and Mr Thos P the Family Rep Â¬ Satter white jr of Louisville were in Wanted resented the city Tuesday Mr Thos P Rogers returned Mon Â¬ We understand that one of the day from a business trip to Grand members of the City Council who Rapids Michigan was left all around in the distribution Mr Thos R Todd the letter car- Â¬ of city patronage thought that as rier has been confined to the house he had no son brother or partner Hov the past week eligible to the office of Street Com- Â¬ Hon A II Stewart ex Senator from Floyd county has been in the missioner his colleagues owed it to him as a courtesy to elect his mother-in-lacity for several days to that position As it seems Â¬ Ool E C Went who has been confined to his house for several weeks to be the policy of the present city is able to be out again dads to keep the offices in their fami- Â¬ Mrs Mary A Todd of Independ lies as far as possible the old lady ence iuissouri win arrive in nie uiiy should certainly have been given a this afternoon to visit relatives chance Mr W S Dehoney and wife re Â¬ turned Monday from a visit to Rev Myriads of cases of rheumatism B T Quinn and wife in Georgetown and neuralgia have already suc- Â¬ Mr Joseph Smith of Jessamine cumbed to that wonderful remedy county has been visiting his brother Salvation Oil Price 25 cents a bot- Â¬ Mr S R Smith in this city this tle week A month ago I was happy is the Mr James A Murray wife and lit- Â¬ declaration of Bryan W Procter the So lots other folks tle daughter returned Wednesday poet are were tellingofpeople in denow morning from a visit to friends in who Got a toad in cided nascl tones Xezington my head But there is still happi Â¬ Miss Aiken daughter of Governor ness to be secured a bottle of Dr Aiken of South Carolina is visiting Bulls Cough Syrup will cure any her eister Mrs W G Neville in cough or cold South Frankfort Mr Thos P Wiard who has been Down on Erwin visiting Iris parents in this city for several weeks will leave to morrow The following resolutions were afternoon for his home in Middles adopted by Forks of Elkhorn Union borough Little Mary Saffell daughter of Mr of the F L U at their meeting on W S Saffell who has been confined Tuesday to bed for the past two weeks with Whereas S B Erwin President inflammatory rheumatism is improv Â¬ of the F L Uof Kentucky has ing slowly condemned The Tobacco Growers As- Â¬ Mr Fred Cochran of Madison In- Â¬ sociation of this State calcudiana who has been visiting his cous- Â¬ Whereas Such action is growersÂ¬ ins Messrs John R and McKenzie lated to mislead the tobacco JCodd in this city for several weeks and place the Farmers and Laborers Union of this State in a false position left Tuesday morning for home before the public therefore be it Mr W S Farmer brother of Mr L U Resolved 1st That the F B T Farmer of this city who has No 2167 of the Forks of Elkhorn been lying very ill with meningitis at Ky do condemn and denounce said his home at Farmdale for the past Erwin as an ignoramus and traitor week was some better yesterday unworthy the notice of the people he afternoon represents 2d That we have great faith in Norman of Frankfort Miss Mattie the Tobacco Growers Warehouse Anis the guest of Misses Nellie and Mr and Mrs Will Coo and urge all tobacco growers to patnie Taylor ley of Frankfort are visiting rela- Â¬ ronize it we extend our heartfelt 3d That Mr tives in town and the county G Hanley and daughter Laura left thanks and gatitude to said house for protecting assistance Saturday for Frankfort where they their timely growers ofinthis county will make their future home Jessa Â¬ the tobacco ravages of the famous from the mine Journal warehouse combination 4th That we request our judiciary Pensions committee to immediately take steps to impeach said Erwin and place at Alex Berry and Ben Fields both of our head a man worthy to represent this city were granted pensions on our great cause 5th That we request our county Thursday for services during the late papers Courier Journal and all war friendly publications to publish these resolutions Will Ilemove Elkhorn Lodge 2167 of F L U Personal K5SB ViuBliG Phytloians Coutdnt Cure Hlrruw Sidamstcia Hamilton Co 0- - Jane 1689 One bottle of Pastor Koenlgs Nerve Toolo cared ino entirely after physicians had tried it nnfacceufnljy Xor 8 wontfis to rcllovo mo of ner W 11UKNNKFBLD vou debility uMtuiiin BjaiiintaiiBiiBiinuii aiianiuniaasiM wiiivntwti hi bunas srLMis by - bud all enlurutmfcnts arnviNS ninururta absolutely sa m m so i iinuanniEiiainiinivn removed a i Ixl IIUIBULUl2 1 yiuflDccelSL OSNTIV1ENT LAiVIEN QUSNNS People can Hardly Believe it I take pleasure to lot yon known thatmy boy is etill all right ho has not had any ot tno spsrno fiince abont March 20th Tho people can hardly believe it from the fact that ho had as many aa 18 a day or more I believe ho was a very nervous child all hie life bnt did not ehow any eigne of epasrns antil last Docembor after which they camo in regular sacceenion and I had 8 doctors attending who conld do nothing for him nor OTon tell uswhatwasthomatter I hnd despaired of his ever getting well nntil I got Koeniga Nerve Tonic Af tor taking not quite a bottletal ho got qnito well and hns nothnatho loasteign ot Respectfully Youre MRS E LEYTON I testify to the facts as stated above to bo strictly trao JA8 HARTY Pastor spasms since Jebsettiixe III May 30 1888 tpt SALT RHEUM It has the unqualified endorsement of our lead ing norsemtn ana vcicrtnuriant MB C E Dinehaut Cnthlcr Mate Bank oinyion jviinnFayn Ono bottle cured a very bud owe of blood spavin on a maro for which I have since been ottered I would not bo without it If it cost 5U0 a bottle Wo 800 CO Whitehall N Y W B EDDY mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmMMWiuvm- have hundreds of such testimonials Price 8130 per battle Ask your druggist for it If be does not keep It send us 12 2c stamps for trial box - Â¬ TAR OID PILES FOR MEDICINAL THE GREAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY FOR m ECZEMA WOUNDS poor patients can also obtain this modlcine tree of charge from us prepared the Reverend by This remedy has been Pastor Ktcnig of Fort Wayno Ind for tho past years and is now prepared andor his direc ten tion by tho Our Pamphlet for sufferers of norvons di Eoasoa will be sont free to any address and PILES BURNS c book- Â¬ KOENIO MEDICINE CO oer Clinton Ct Send three two cent stamps for froo sample box and CO Wert Italian COICAG0 ILL Price 81 por Bottle 6 Bottles for 95 J W GAYLE Druggist Frankfort Ky SOLD BY DRUGGISTS price so cents TK R O I D 4 SOHP TAR OID CO CHICAGO ILL ZPIEaillLi SORES CROUP BRONCHITIS BATH TOILET AND NURSERY PURPOSES w For sale by Dec 13 ly lEBEISrTIEIK THAT CAN BE RELIED ON sQ-plJL-fc- Ifl lmsfst yniiAJn ii6 Jbu every WATERPROOF COLLAR on CUFF BE UP TO DBJOSSII iTJbrW IF JiumlWtmm6tmimltlSiA tmmiMAdm wvrtMBfci Js I JXTot THE MARK to JKTcrt g BEARS THIS MARK t3 Discoloyt TRADE Â¬ LEXINGTOkK YOU WANT GOOD BREAD AXD A HAPPY COOK USE CREW LEXINGTON FLOUR ROLLER llEEUuiolD mark NEEDS NO LAUNDERING CAN BE WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMENT MADE BY MILLS KY COMPANY THE ONLY LINEN LINED WATERPROOF COLLAR IN THE MARKET LEXINGTON WjHAirKFOELT ELEVATOH COAu O Shortest nnil quickest between CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT Â¬ Â¬ Only direct line between Frfsrt lisle Georgetown and Paris Fal Â¬ Car Â¬ Uajsville Cynthiana mouth and Covington ASK FOR BUN TICKETS VIA KY MIDLAND TRAINS II CENTRAL STANDARD 15 m 1 TIE u in No 7 Mixed 12 N TIME TABLE DEC A 1690 p Principal OIllco md rtluvutor foot jteale til Tululionfcs Not t and bo IBIES C3 K3DESS druncti DEALERS IN THE OZF1 Olllce corner St Clalr and Wapplng Streets hILKY lUltPOLD MutiuKer - OOAIl i M TRAINS EAST Lv Friinkfort Elk orn Swltzer No Pass 5 45 6 58 C 07 fi 23 C 60 Pass H U No 8 00 x ffl will olinrf- ly remove their wall paper and pain ters supply house from Main street to the room in the Catholic Building at present occupied by the Capital Gas and Electric Light Company as a stove warehouse and work shop fnaava TlTiAtrafrwrl Rrna Miles Nerve aud Liver 3 12 20 3 34 3 68 4 Pills Cheap Rates to Florida N will sell round trip ex- Â¬ The L cursion tickets to De Funiak Springs Florida February 1st to 10th inclu- Â¬ sive at 2400 Good returning until March 26th Account of Florida taste torpid liver piles and tion Splendid for men women and children Smallest mildest surest constipa- An important discovery They act on the liver stomach and bowels through the nerves A new principle They speedily cure billiousness bad Â¬ Ar tKorgetown Lv ieorirtii vli Q Ar Cincinnati Lv SMniiJlc Ground C 7 24 12 25 12 43 1 07 1 47 3 00 COO S J THOMPSON -- IS PREPARED TO FILL ALL ORDERS FOR- - Newton fienrretown ri 10 15 0 55 7 11 7 22 7 41 J 50 doses for 25 cents Samples free at 45 ly W Gayles Frankfort Ky Ar IurlH Lv Paris via K Covington Ar Cincinnati Lv Purls via K C Ar Mayovllle Lv Paris via K Centrevllle 2 4 05 4 20 4 81 G 2 05 2 25 2 45 450 315 4 25 UQseMas Cut Flowers aad Fiorei Deigns FOR C 10 44 10 60 7 55 758 C37 G45 5 37 25 7 55 6 37 G 15 G Carlisle 8 43 10 10 11 27 12 10 Funerals 261 83 Sm PatriarchsOMillitant O F I members of Canton are hereby notified to attend a meeting to be held next Mon- Â¬ day evening Feb 2d at immediately after the adjournment of the subordi- Â¬ nate lodge in fatigue uniform By order of Officers and Wildey No 6 Winchester p 1 111 Ar Richmond TRAINS WEST 85 I 7 20 M M I M Ielepixone OozirLectiozi Weddmgs Ky a M Chautauqua E P Bryan train train train train G10 7 15 1 No 2 No 4 No 8 No 12 Pass Pass Mix Mix 05 1 58 West Jefferson Street - - - Louisville Agent Secretary Windom Dead fc Winchester Paris Lv Richmond via KC 748 5 20 0 50 7 40 2 33 1 50 3 20 4 10 2 20 2 21 ber of her friends in honor of her them L ness of the skin chapped hands etc 7 20 7 31 10 ID 7 47 7 55 10 30 Clinic Blood Purifier and Clinic Kid- Â¬ Swlter 7 55 8 15 10 44 ney Cure aro now on sale by The Le Ar Elkhorn 8 45 111 00 8 10 Frankfort Gayle Co Compte The large patronage these preparations have TRAINS DAILY EXCHPT SUNDAY Social Entertainment secured springs from their intrinsic HOWARD ORVUSON Agent agents afSuperintendent GEO B HARPER as Miss Marion Bridgeford of the merits by remedial for whichWhen are VERNON CLARK GeneralGen Passenger Agent they flicted ailments CLAUDE BOWLS City picket Agent South Side entertained quite a num recommended you will do well to try 18 Gm GENERAL OFFICES t Hon Wm Windom Secretary of the U S Treasury died suddenly in New York City Thursday night He had concluded a speech at tho Board of Trade dinner at Delmonicos when he suddenly turned pale fell back in his chair and slipped to the floor a corpse Cerrebral hemorrhage was the cause Thos Hunter Clerk A Ohilson Capt - Tlie Well Knowuir- Popular iteiueuies Foleys Honov and Tar for coucrhs and colds Foleys Cream for roughÂ¬ Lv Miiysvllle via K C CarlblH Ar Paris Lv Cincinnati via KC Covington Ar Paris Lv Paris Centrevllle Newtown Ar ieometowii Lv Clntl laQ VC Ar Georgetown Lv Georgetown Stamping Ground DWARD CLAASSEN I 4 60 Jj37 8 8 9 0 80 50 02 20 GOO G PI3iLCTIOAr -- Zi 25 G38 7 0i G60 5 20 5 85 5 65 J 62 0 51 700 Plumber Gas Steam Fitter AND DEALER IN- - 7 OG Gas Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Closets PIPE AND FITTINGS BTO STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO JOB AND CONTRACT WORE ALL WORK GUARANTEED In rear of Salendera Grocery - FRANKFORT KY FRANKFORT KEJOTUKOJr awiM4itfiv - I imfilSsifflSR f EKW1 KM AK fwFTrp wwrX Q li TO 5S THE i FARjVIERS 950 Work Bridles 75c No 19 for 1 We desire to say we have one of the largest lines of jfH Ktt W Buggies Surreys and Farm Implements Ever shown in Frankfort Also a large line of PLOW GEAR such as Collars- - Chains Back Bands Haines Bridles The best Collar Pad you ever saw for 40c No 20 for fc 9 v 125 Oliver Chilled Plow c9 c OME AND SEE US Opposite Court house Among the Colored Citi zens Â¬ WE WILL SAVE YOU MONEY O ve have a harness maker and can do your repairing or make you any thing wanted in the harness line R CKLXJTCHKPL CO 1 f II M this week James Veney will leave for Louis- Â¬ ville soon not having left Sunday as was reported Thomas Duncan is now the cham- Â¬ pion of the Legion Fifty ono members of Golden Link Lodge attended the funeral of Miss Maggie L Taylor Elder Credit will remove from Louisville to this city in the near -- Sanford Jackal and Wm Wilson had a difficultjjjHast week in which Wilson received a very bad wound in the face The Powder Horn Club will enter- Â¬ tain next Wednesday night Judg Â¬ ing from the preparations being made they expect to have a grana time aB well as a large crowd Henry Dorsie is able to appear on our streets again which Skis friends will be glad to hear Henry Robinson is on the sick list vice as conducted by their new pas- Â¬ tor it will be Been that the First this Independent Baptist Church city is enjoying a season of pros- Â¬ perity financially and spiritually unprecedented in its history The history ofthis Church has been one of struggles difficulties and fightings against adverse circum Â¬ stances Notwithstanding the pleas- Â¬ ing fact it has been singularly for tunate in having none but men of ability ana integrity to administer to their spiritual needs An era of re- Â¬ newed energy and vigorous growth is manifestly dawning above their hori- Â¬ zon There seems to be a general awakening all along the line Where hitherto there may have been a lack of energy and a disposition to do are now seen unmistakable signs of activity and a keen desire to be up and do- Â¬ Â¬ rife what would be about tbe best advice you could glra htm We will tell you to carry along or procure on arriving tbat potent me Â¬ safeguarddicinal IlostetterH Stomach Bit Â¬ ters known throughout malarial plagued regions hero and In other countries as the surest means of disarming tho miasmatte scourge and robbing It of its fell destructive Influence Not only does It fortify the system by increasing Its stamina but overcomes Ir Â¬ regularity of digestion the liver and tbe bow- els and counteracts the unfavorable effects of over exertion bodily and mental exposure In rough weather or occupation too sedentary or laborious loss of appetite and exoesslve nerÂ¬ vousness Tho functions of alimentation bil- Â¬ ious secretion and sleep have In It a most powerful and reliable auxiliary - If Yoa had airland boat to visit somo section of country when malarial disease either In the form of chills and ferei or bilious remittent was particularly hand make some sacrifice for the cause Programme in our next We have oeen aBked several times to give the number of school children in this county and for the benefit of all we give the following taken from the report of the State Supt Whole number of white children reported in the city of Frankfort 1576 Whole number of colored in the city of Frankfort 1147 Whole number of white in Whole number of colored in tho county 2723 Georgetown for Us Tho Capital war has begun Louis- Â¬ ville and Lexington are in the fight which may prove advantageous to Frankfort The Enterprise ia for Frankfort but should it be decided to change tho location Georgetown can offer as much pure water as any town in the state Georgetown Enter- Â¬ prise the county 3855 440 MATTINGS 4295 Her many friends gavo her a hearty WW ed her father and aunt this week welcome Col L T Miss Maggie B Taylor formerly of tins uiiy uul iiuw ui uuumviiit vibil- - Johns THE REV GEO H THAYER of Educational 1311213 MONTGOMERY MOBILE MEMPHIS Bourbon Indsays Both myself and SAItfiENT At liN home near Hntton Shelby wife owo our lives to SIIILOHS AND NEW ORIiEANS Tho next meeting of tho Franklin county on Saturday January 18J1 Mr litonu CONSUMPTION CURE A PASTOR REVIEWED County Teachers Association will bo Robert Sargent was preached at the Chrlstlnn for further Information wWri M 28 Tho fuiuial W Gayle hold at Swallowfleld on the 3d Satur Â¬ Chuich In this city Tuesday morning and tho re From the largo increase in tho at- Â¬ For aalo by J mains taken to lirlriueport for interment Tho Evory teacher in day 21st of Feb tendance both at Sunday school and brother tho county who can possibly bo pres Â¬ deceased was uMessenger of Mr Urban Surcent U S Express on the Midland Rail lOUlSVlLIK MtNTUCKT ent aro earnestly urged to bo on road - Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria manifested by the public in tho ser125 Â¬ bo hold at St E Church tho second Friday night in February tho 13th Teachers and all othors who desire our city to tako its proper place in literary circles should not fail to bo Dont forgot tho date Friday February 13th Clark headed a largo storm party last Saturday night and after a fewsongs were sung they were invitedto partake of a feast fit for a king opossum turkeys chickenB c A great time was had which lasted until a late hour Dr Hall the belt man was in the city this week A number of the ladies were enter Â¬ tained at lunch Sunday by friends at Highland Height Mr John H Thompson had his hand very badly Bprained last week but is now much better Whats the matter with the H P Club Mr President let us have a meeting soon The Thanksgiving sermon is the next thing on the Odd Fellows pro xne annual sermon was gramme prevented by high water last year but this season the members of the two lodges propose to surpass them- Â¬ selves The church in which the sermon will be delivered will be handsomely decorated in Odd Fel- Â¬ lows designs by the lady friends of the members and no pains will bo spared to add attractiveness to the scene The rain did not provent a largo and select crowd from attending the wedding of Miss Susie Ellis and Mr Charley Gaines on Wednesday from Baptist the First Independent Church The affair was conducted in the most elegant taste and the couple is ono of the handsomest that vero over joined in Frankfort Thoy received many handsome presents and tho best wishes of a host of friends Among tho contestants for tho po- Â¬ sition of teacher in tho public school left vacant by tho death of Miss Mag Â¬ gie L Taylor woro Messrs Jerry Halleck Thomas Duncan Goo Saf Tho foll and Miss Luollo Dodson successful candidate is not known yet Tho Missionary Socioty had quite a crowd out Sunday and heard uomo good speeches elocted oillcor and adjourned to moot tho third Sunday in February Another meeting to organizo a -- These things gratifying as they must be to all whose hearts are in the right place are not without their causes As is known to most if not all of your readers this Church has recently called to its pastoral care Rev W H Oreditt Professor of Greek and teacher of Theology in the State University Louisville Ky This young man a Marylander by birth and a Pennsylvanian by education brings to the service of this people a mind well balanced by years of careful training in one of our lead ing Theological Seminaries and a heart full of Christian sympathy for all mankind A vigorous logical think-Â¬ er an earnest eloquent preacher a good organizer and a no less excel- Â¬ lent doer these qualities combined with a life void of offense he stands an admirable example of tho possi- Â¬ bilities of his race as well as a fit subject ofemulation by many who essay to per- Â¬ form the functions of the holy office of spiritual leaders That his work here is destined to result in the accomplishment of much good is evident from what has already been done for having had the pastoral caro of this Church for a short time he has succeeded in awakening public interest to a de gree most flattering to those directly interested Such men as he whose full powers of intellect and heart are consecrated to the work of dissipating tho gloom ignorance and vice and Hooding the hearts and heads of men with the light of morality and intelligence should receive tho support of all who put a premium upon moral and intellectual worth Â¬ ing Grand total 7018 CATARRH CURED health and Multiply the number by 228 and sweet breath secured by Shilohs 21- - Weitzel ODonnell Catarrh Remedy Price 50 cents you will have the amount of school funds Nasal Injector free For sale by J What an army to look after and 37 W Gayle CROUP WHOOPING COUGH and Teachers should not this train move you and spur you on to do your bronchitis immediately relieved by Shilohs Cure For sale by J W The Farsners Alliance duty Gayle Do not buy your Mattings until you see our line as we will put on sale March 1st 100 pieces at verv low prices Meeting County Superintendent meeting Thursday Jan 29 27 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Leheer J W Gayle druggist desires to in- Â¬ form tho public that he is agent for tho most successful preparation that has yet been produced lor cougns colds and croup It will loosen and relievo a severe cold in less time than any other treatment Tho article re Â¬ ferred to is Chamberlains Cough Remedy It is a medicine that has won fame and popularity on its merits and ono that can always bo depended upon It is tho only known remedy that will prevent croup It must oo tried- - to bo appreciated It is put up in 50 cent and 1 bottles 17 - lin counties in the Constitutional Con- Â¬ vention and aro now pending and after duo deliberation upon the bane- Â¬ ful and outrageous chronic practice of members of both tho Con Con and the General Assembly taking pay for time when they are absent Tho and dont render service Franklin county Union when in session in Frankfort on January 24th 1891 most heartily and unanimously indorsed and adopted said preamble and resoluitons and earnestly recom- Â¬ mend chat the brotherhood and all good citizens rise up and demand hat the foul practice bo at once stopped taking money not earned in Mr Gaines from the license comboth in tho Con Con and Genorol mittee reported that they had Assembly granted Mr Ballow a license for 10 W H Parrent Secretary F L U of Franklin County to sell the remainder of his stock of Whereas Tho work of this Con- Â¬ groceries Mr Darnell moved that tho council vention has suffered in no small do from tho absence of its mem go into the election of a street com- Â¬ gree missioner Adopted and The petitions various whereas Tho expense incident dates were read of thewhen the candi Â¬Â¬ nomand to tho continuance of this session of tho Convention beyond the time it inations closed it was found there was expected to sit is growing to were six candidates for the place Six ballots were taken before an such an extent as to makn it a mat tor of serious moment to tho State election was had when it was an Â¬ nounced that Mr Robert Frazier had and Whereas Each and all of tho received a majority of all tho votes honorablo delegates elected to this and ho was declared elected Tho council than adjourned until Convention aro men who do not do siro to imposo any unnecessary bur- Â¬ tho regular meeting night den upon tho people bo it there Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ An enthusiastic meeting of the Far Â¬ mers and Laborers Union was held in the Court house in the city of Frankfort on Saturday the 24th with 250 members present Delegates from 16 Lodges in the county were enrolled representing between soven and a good eight hundred members showing for Franklin county being as the organization is only two months old just in hor infancy Several members of the Con Con were present and rendered valuable assistance Among the prominent ones present were Dr Olardy and Dr Graham eloquent speeches were made by both of these gentlemen Tho following preamble and reso- Â¬ lutions was offered by Dr Graham delegate from Marshall and Lyon Council Proceedings ADJOURNED 1891 JLW9JM JIlfEl AICIiEX 1 UiVlCU W Present President Staten and all the councilmen except Mr Parsons The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved A communication was received from Mayor Margan announcing his approval of the ordinance creating the olfice of street commissioner Petition of J D OConnor asking permission to erect a frame house on Arsenal Hill Granted Petition of James P Crowmey asking permission to orect a frame cottage on Arsenal Hill Granted Mr Richardson offered an ordinance to repeal that portion of the ordi nance passed at a recent meeting to regulate the salaries of city officers and offering in lieu thereof one to place the salary of the city clerk at 1200 Councilman Payne moved the adoption of the ordinance but the President ruled that as it had re ceived no second the ordinance was not before the council Petition of Sig Luscher to be al- Â¬ lowed to sell beer by wholesale with- Â¬ out paying a license was reported unfavorably by tho license committee On motion of Mr Darnell the ac- Â¬ tion of the committee was concurred FURNISHED BY GLOVER DURRETlM LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE receipts ofl9SS for the same period Sales on our market since January 1st amount to 4313 hhds We are able to report a very strong market for new burley tho offerings continue large and prices high for all grades that will class as good or bet-Â¬ ter than medium leaf Frequent sales of choice now burley leaf have been made during this week at prices ranging from 1800 to 2350 per 100 but it is also true that frequent sales of the very common grades of new burley are made at prices ranging from 200 to 600 per 100 Old bur-Â¬ ley in sound condition has shown more strength this week The following quotations fairly represent our market for burley tobacco Colory trash Common lugs not colory Colory lugs Common leaf Medium to good leaf Good to fine fillers Select or wrappory just closed amountto Sales on our market for the week 3156 hhdswith 1 Trash dark or damaged 2 00 4 00 3 50 8 00 7 00 9 00 16 00 3 50 8 00 tobacco 5 00 14 00 9 00 16 00 25 00 33 0q leaf 25 00 W J CHINN JR Of-Â¬ Will practice in all State Courts fice second floor Jan bO ly Custom House a Al ioinirasiiLEU11 The quick and direct route from LOUISVILLE literary socioty will A M what vou llesolvcd That tho secretary of of Anne- - this Convention is directed to hero Dizziness and all symptoms of after koop a daily list of tho dole tito jjyspepsia lrico iw nnu to coiiib put gates names who aro in actual atten Â¬ 27 bottle For sale by J W Qaylo dance upon this Convention and that in certifying to tho Auditor of tho Tho Goosobono foretells tho weath Â¬ State tho claims of tho dolegates and er but who can tell when you nood officers ho shall only give to in em Â¬ Gantors magic chicken cholora cure bers and ollicors of this Convoution Koop a stock on hand for theres no a certificate for tho days of actual atÂ¬ tolling when you need it If it fails tendance in tho Convention pro Â¬ to cure your money will bo rofuuded vided that in case of actual sickness of a niombor or an oillcor of this Con by Phil Carpenter vention or any member of his own family being exclusively tho causo Smyrna rugs all sizes from of a member or officers absoncothon in such enso tho member or officer 75cts up to 8 00 shall bo entitled to draw his por - Weitzel 21ODonnell diem during tho time ho was absont STTTLOHS VITALIZER is nnnfl for fionstiuation Loss Â¬ fore Information Wanted Tho Imperial Gorman Consulate TO ARKANSAS M THIS One hundred and fifty mile wants information regarding the SHORTEST TO LITTLE K0CK present whereabouts of Friedrich And toe only rout Ileinrich Goecker and Louis Philipp Goecker born in Frankfort Ky about tho years IS 15 and ISIS sons of Without Change of Cars Justus Wilhelm Goocker and his U yon are going to emigrate to wife Mnrgaretha neo Gnrgitte from Lexington Ky Pleaso communicate Snerman Dallas Fort Worth any information to Austin Houstin Grant Green Cashier This l the Frankfort Ky Or to E 0 Bohno Cashier Louis CHEAPEST AND HKST KOUTE villo Ky 19 v 2t No chains o wruto m CPATMOREGPrj Â¬ j J vm ijy WWW BShXRiMii - Tv1fTTfjir Tvf FiUiNKFORT ROUNDABOUT tausrod lit the pOHt otllce at Fruufcfort Kontuckj as second cUss mailable matter t tfKO A LEWliJElitor and Publisher FRANKFORT JANUARY 81 1811 Tlie Capital Removal There awaits the Constitutional Con- Â¬ vention an important question which the newspapers have tried to fan into a flame At the beginning of this session somo drivers of the quill tried to stir up a removal of the capital but that movement soon spent its force as it was ascertained that few members were in favor of adopting such a measure when no uublic interest of the State would be served by its adoption and they have failed as yet to give any plausible reason why the the removal should be made Louisville and Lexington are each striving to be the possessor of the seat of government and all the reasons that either has given so far are local al- Â¬ though they have tried to sugar coat best interest of the them with appearances While they are State encaired in the pleasing diversion of making faces at each other Frankfort iB in the attitude of the negro on trial for stealing chickens who told the judge he was willing to let the Â¬ matter drap Louisville has construed the action of the Convention in retaining in the report on revenue the clause permitting taxation by cities to raise money to defray expenses of the removal of the capital as a direct proposition to sell the capital out to the highest bidder consequently her Commericial Club is sending forth throughout the State what they torm as reasons for the location of the capital in Louisville It is urged that Louisville has better railroad facilities that will enable our legislators and officials from all parts of the State to reach that city more We do not easily than Frankfort concede the correctness of the prop- Â¬ osition but granting its truth for the sake of argument did it ever occur to the acitators of our sister city of tjho Beargrass that the same railroad facilities that would carry members of the Legislature to the capital would carry them away as easily Take as an illustration of this proposition the delegation from Louisville in the present convention and in legislative assemblies for years past On Satur- Â¬ days and Mondays several vacant seats of Louisville members may be counted in those bodies Ie this the result of lack of railroad facilities Assuredly not for we know that the sessions of those bodies are so ar ranged on those days that every member of that delegation may spend his Sundays at home with his familv and never miss a roll call on Â¬ any proposition pending If this is a fitting illustration it proves one thing clearly and that is if you increase the facilities of travel you increase the number of absen Â¬ tees One of the eloquent orators in the Louisville mass meeting gave utter- Â¬ ance to some curious expressions while protesting great consideration Ho said he thought for Frankfort Frankfort had enjoyed the capital long enough but it seems that she The true mean- Â¬ wants the earth ing of this expression seems to be that the capital is a luxury that should be passed around to the different cities of the State every few years Acting in the line of this suggestion it would be well for the to build government Convention buildings on wheels so that they can be trundled down to Louisville this year and to Paducah Middles borough or Beattyville the year following He also delighted in saying that no one ever came to Frankfort on pleas side- Â¬ ure but came to tnis tracked town as a matter of duty He accounted for the immoralities that some members of Legislatures have indulged in by saying that hero satan finds something still for idle hands to do and that cards and linuor were indulged in for want of better amusement This sounds strange coming as it does from one who would invito our legislators into a city where the daily papers devote mucjfcace to condemning the police eaking up the gambling dens fyj to his theory the humble lid not intend that His Id apply to Louisville 1 Lead us not into t deliver us from evil it Louisville possesses Twenty seven members of the Con- Â¬ stitutional Convention are sick atono i time in Frankfort The capital Appeals down to Justices Courts Bhould be removed here where the Several different systems are pro- Â¬ whisky is b6tter -- Bourbon Nctvs Shareholders Meeting Judging from the above Paris posed but after mature consideration No one a compromise will terminate this im- liquor must be villainous here has ever heard of as many as portant matter The nnnu meeting of the shareholders of the seven of tho members of tho Consti- Kentuckj Midland Railway Company Is hereby Board of tutional Convention being sick at called for tba election ofofa such other Directors and for the transaction business Wlteat Clioate as may bo laid before them The said meeting one time during the session much to be lielo 11 at oclock a in At 1 oclock Thursday afternoon less twenty seven Mr Lester W Wheat of Anderson SATURDAY JANUARY 31 1891 county and Miss Lillie only daugh Â¬ Nellie Lewis Carnation ter of Mr E K Choate of th s city In the Council Chamber in the City of Frankfort WM LINDSAY By order of were united in marriage at Ascension The latest and one of the best nov- Â¬ KyA U Mc LURE President E A Penick tho rec- Â¬ elties for 1891 is an elegant Carnation Church Rev Secretary tin 10 tor officiating The church was well growing on long stems a free bloom- Â¬ filled with the friends of tho con- Â¬ er with large flowers of an exquisite tracting parties and invited guests shade of pink something entirely ONE DOLLAR WEEKLY and promptly as the fire alarm struck different from anything in Carnation one the bridal party appeared in the This flower is destined to become a BUYS A GOOD GOLD WATOH entrj They were unattended except great favorite among the florists as by Mr W R Choate brother of tho the ladies prize is very highly for BY 0DR CLUB SYSTEM bride and Mr J D Guthrie of corsage bouquets and decorative cases are Louisville who officiated as ushers purposes generally The endorse- Â¬ Our 14 karet patent stiffened gold and Elgin 20 years Walthain While the wedding march was being ment of the old firm of James Vick warranted for movement reliable and well known Stem wind or gents or performed upon the organ by Miss Rochester N Y who introduce this and set huntingany open face ladyssell one oi 75 watch We size Kauai to Judith Drane they proceeded up the plant iB enough to assure the public these watches for right aisle to the altar where the of- that it iB all they claim for it The ficiating minister awaited them and price is only 50 cents each three for the twain were made one according 125 six for 225 doz 400 but a and send to any address by registered mail or to tho beautiful marriage ceremony better way would be to send 10 cents by express O O D with privilege of examination s of tho Episcopal Church for Ficcs Floral Guide and the 10 Our ngent at Durham N C wr confessed Leaving the church tho party re- Â¬ cents can be deducted from the first howOur Jewelers havesuch vvorkforth-tludontknovv money you can furnish paired to the residence of the brides order forwarded for seeds parents where an elegant lunch was 1 partaken of after which the happy That Postal Card wanted ut each place Write for particulars N train couple left on the 213 L As many of our readers doubt tho for a short bridal trip The bride looked lovely in a trav truth of tho statement in our last EMPIRE WATOH CO eling dress of grey broadcloth with issue that the article on Glasgow 43 and EOMalden Lnne New York N Y hat to match and carried a boquet of Virginia then published was written Marschal Neil roses in her hand upon a postal card by Mr D Meade SLEEP IN PEACE while the groom was attired in a neat Woodson for tho beneilt of these doubting ThomaseB we will say EHT T7SI3STG- fitting business suit of black we have the card hero in tho ofthat fice and if any of them have tho Did He Live Here time considering the shortness of FOR BED BUGS life to come up and compare the card A letter received by the Postmas This preparation ter at Lexington from a gentleman at with tho paper wo will furnish a the following reasonsis superior to all others fo strong reading glass and charge It kills the bugs instantly Basin Montana says that a man by It effectually their eggs therefore the name of Chas Hedges who nothing for rent of chairs and space only necessary destroys once or twice during It Is to use it the season claimed to have come from this while they are so engaged It possesses advantages over Insect ponders InHaving counted the lines on tho asmuch us It can be used In places which they city or Lexington was killed near can not reach that place while felling timber card which will average sixty three Its odor Is agreeable and it Is warranted not injure or furniture Does any one hero know him or are words and tho lines of the printed toNo fatalcarpets linenresult from Its use as It can matter which will average seven contains noeffects which fact should give It a poison any of his relatives living in this and found tho number place in every household 25 cents each county If so a letter addressed to words Sold In lurgo bottles at For John Stainmel Basin Mantana will of words in each we think we can retail sale by W 11 AVERILL ut wholesale and safely Bay that every word found obtain any information desired in CO JOHN H STAOKHOUSE regard to his death and the disposi- Â¬ in the article published will also be SOLE AGENTS 632 Arch Street Pelladelphla found on the card tion of his remains purely the creature of imagination Well might the makers of that in- Â¬ strument claim for their work the forbearance accorded to a victim who exclaimed Strike but hear me When the press gives play to rant rather than reason misrepresenta- Â¬ tion and inflammatory utterances will mislead the populace the result of which will be a strongly rooted preju- Â¬ dice that will blind the reason from perceiving any thing good or bene- Â¬ ficial If the people of the State are not in favor of defeating the new Constitution no matter how bene- Â¬ ficial its provisions may be to the people it is no fault of the newspapers for they have proclaimed in trumpet tones the iniquity of meas Â¬ ures that have not been incorporated in the Constitution and which never will be The most certain method of obtaining poor work is to sit over tho workman and damn him while he is in the midst of his labors The self constituted bosses of this Convention have spent much time in this manner instead of encouraging the laborers and suggesting methods that would shorten their task The wisest meas-Â¬ ures that have been adopted in de- Â¬ liberative bodies have been the result of long conflict of opinions which terminated in a compromise Let us wait and hope for the best results They are now engaged in revising the court system of the State which com- Â¬ prises all courts from the Court of Â¬ some things that wo have not but wo Look out for Him can not expect all the good things At precisely 12 oclock on Monday For instance Wo have no stagnant pools or streams reeking with filth tho old reliable weather prognostica that will compare with its Beargrass tor Prof Q Hog will come out of and numerous other receptacles of his wintor quartora to take observa Â¬ water and germs of malaria and kin tion ns to tho probabilities of tho dred diseases Wo might mention weather for tho next six weeks other attractions of that city but will refrain and pray for those who do New Tenement IKousea spitefully use us Councilman Jos T Staten is put ting up a couplo of small tenement Constitutional Convcii- houses on his lot on Holmes street tion There is a great demand for this The Constitutional Convention i3 class of houses and ho will have no pursuing the even tenor of its way trouble in renting them as soon as regardless of the many intemperate completed expressions of disapproval that have Will Build Sliortlv found utterance in the newspapers of Would it not bo better for the State such ill disposed papers to reserve Mr Harry B ODonnell will as their judgment or censure of the soon as the weather permits begin work until it has reached such a state the erection of a handsome two story frame residence upon the lot on of completion as would enable fair Cross street between Steele and minded people to view it as a whole Conway recently purchased by him Any judgment expressed at present of Mr J W Kirk of the Constitution being formulated would be not only premature but New Paper Â¬ Â¬ Farm for 1M1K Refit or Sale 3STOTICE I HAVE 88 ACRES OF DESIRABLE LAND IN 1 iranklln count tor sale ling nnir the mouth of Hat Creek oi the south side of the Ken Â¬ tucky river known as part ot the James Harrod splendid farm of Mrs M J Dudley sltu titcil one tulle from F nnkfnrt on the Vcr farm Appb to sillies pike containing ubout M5 acres Is for Hiiiu on rfiisoiMUiu terms or will ho rented for Dec C 2m the jeu btnlnnlni Match 1 lhtil Kor partic- Â¬ ular Mpplj to FRANK U1UNN i WHLEWIS at Ilarvielmd Iff FOR SALE LY M Bug I May Bsnody t liuoi luerrmklott and llnt Creik lilke tnree tit da hair utiles fioin Frankfort Is ottered for sile at a bargain Tne land ts all fresh and A good orebard or the Improvements nev choice fralt Itver fulling Witter all over the nlme nit I well In tho jard Terms easy Jan 17 iin JA SUDDUTH FARM OF 100 VCKKS MORE Oil LESS faE To the Public mllK FOLLOWING ARK THE LOW RETAIL 1 prices at Main Elkhorn Flour Mill Re 1 Holler Patent Perfection 58i per bbl Beit Ul Patent Invincible Q6TIerbbl 5 45 1KT bbl Rest Ruhr Flour Uest X X X 500 per bbl Rest X X 85U per bbl Discount on 000 pound lots Custom grinding solicited 3 MARTIN For Sale by J W Mar 1 G Druggist AYLE Old Market house Corner FKANKFORT - TCY lrr Jan 17 2 Proprietor II G 2 The first number of the Versailles Clarion edited and published by Mr Frederick Henry has been received It is a neatly gotten up WPll printed sheet and full of interesting reading matter Wo welcome it to our ex- Â¬ change list and wish tho publisher abundant success FARM FOR SALE MATTERS tkie UL j Death of Rev J A Hen derson T OFFER FOR SALE AT A GREAT BARGAIN X my farm containing 170 acres at the mouth of Elkhorn on the Kentucky river In Franklin lounty It N mostly bottom land and Is suitable fortie cultivation of corn and tobacco It Is llnuly watered by ponds and springs and has about 20 ucre well set In blue grass It has upon It d ood residence good burn and other neces Â¬ sary out buildings so located as to make a de Â¬ lightful home For terms call on or address my attorneys Scott Vlolett Frankfort Ky 10 aug Cm MARY K QUARLES Â¬ ILiiuLJl J I U JL 334 MAIS STRHET Rev J A Henderson father of Rev H G Henderson of this city who was stricken with paralysis last week died at his home in Lagrango at 6 oclock Thursday morning Tho remains were taken to Georgetown yesterday for interment FOR SALE Valuable City Residence Property BRICK RESIDENCE PROPTHE TWO STORYthe Sidney Johnson place known as FKANKFOET KENTUCKY UNION KY 0 RAILWAY TOIE CARD Sunday Fire The roof of the two story dwelling on west Cross street owned by Mrs Peter Jett and occupied by Mrs Hulett caught fire Sunday morning from a defective flue Tho alarm was sounded tho fire department HAVE FOR FIGURK promptly on hand and the flames WEthe MnrksburySALE AT A LOW 120 acres Farm containing situated on north side of Main street Frankfort EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 21ST 189C K near the Capital Hotel Is oilered for sale by GOING EAST tne undersigned If not sold on or before Janu Â¬ ary Ibt 1MJ1 the s tine will be for rent The property Is in tlrst class condition 300 p m For terms Leave Lexington 4 O p m dec apply to Leave U lncheier 451 p m CHAS F FXTJM Leave Clay City C25p m Arrive Luntbtr Point Attorney for Johnson heirs 6 30 p ra Arrive Three Forks Oct25tf 1130 a in Leave Three iorks 125 p m Anlve Klkitawa GOING WEST Leave Elkataun SHELBY 00 FARM An Ive Three Forks LeaveTliree Forks Arrive Lumber Point Arrive Clay CItj Arrive Winchester Arrive Lexington lOuiO 833 a a COO a 6 fti a 7 37 a H30 a 0 30 a in m in m m m in extinguished without further damage than tho burning of a square or two of shingles No insurance Too Many Entirely lying on the road from Bagdad toLlirlitiansbur one and a quarter miles from Bagdad Over 100 acres in blue grass and clover plenty of water good orchard tine locust move and good home of eight rooms upon tho place and vvellof splen Â¬ did water at the door For terms mud to SCOTT VIOLETT N0T-l-3Fraukfort Ky Connections miJe at Lumber Point with steamer tor Btattjvllle Elkatuua - nearest station to Jackson Ky Trtlns between Three Forks and Lexlurton run dill betw en Three Forks and Hlkatawa dally saiiidiivs excepted J L MCKPUY General Passenger Agent k Â¬ 1 Â¬ B BBMorlu A pamphlet of Information andab Ar Attract of tho laws showing Uow tqV Obtain Patents Caveats TradeX Copyrights font 301 Broadway jgK leeyW Dr W I Kelley OF CINCINNATI WILL BE AT THE OHIO CAPITAL HOTSIe EX IN KBANKFORT FRIDAY FEB 20 1891 FRIDAY MARCH 13 1891 FILES BLEEDING Chloroform 11 S28 CASE c BLIND or ITCHING Cured wltDvat any surgical operation and wltb Uttle or no pain Ligature or Knife Â¬ not necessary wltb tnU mode of treatment FISTULA IN ANO Ii cured FISSURES Cared without cutting or tearing ULCERATION CATARRh j i arly for neatlj seven eais and the many cures bo has maae among tbe wealthy and inmnnthh citizens are sufficient evidence of bis success It is now a well established fact that man dfo eases of tbe stomach liver kidney bladder womb and nervous system are either caused oj aggravated by tbe coexistence of FILK8 VISTU LA riSSUBS or RECTAL ULCER Â¬ Ol tne bowel cured Drnedy baa now been TUltlngthls cltyrtgD PRATTS KILLER Â¬ Â¬ Richard Ferguson Frankfort Kf W J Hughes Frankfort Ky David Moore Benson Kv Jas M Wltl rnw Frankfort Kv DR KKTTLETB office and residence Is at 9b West Elgbtb street Cincinnati and where br may he found every day ot each week EXCEPT BRKKRKNCES Dr E K Gober Fraukfort Ky Franklin Morris GraetenBburg J T Staten Frankfort Ky V werbertcb Frankfort Ky Rev L P Hulett Benson Ky A H McClure Frankfort Ky FBIDAIB AUD 8 ATUBD AYS Pamphlets describing tbese diseases and tal mode of treatment sent free to any one by dressing M D Slghth St Cincinnati O 259 West OT CONSULTATION fRJBU W I KELLEY V wsmx JJlWjnF TIME TABLE twv bank located there and made that a sine qua non to her consent to giving The following time tnblo 1b now In it a charter Thus has it been all N rond effect upon tho L along and thus it will bo to tho end TKAINB WEST Wo know tho rapacious nature of 560 n in thi3 Ohio river town and hence No281onvo8lrnnkiort whilo tho Chamber of Commerce tho 8 0 n m No 17 Icnvos Frankfort 21R p m newspapers and tho demagogues No 21 leavoBFrniikfort W5 pm wore crying out and vaunting tho ad NolOlonvcn Fnuikfort vantages of Lexington as tho proper TJIAINfc EABT location wo havo bided our time till 10lfi a m tho groat municipal pirato developed Nol8lenvo Frankfort 4fi7 p m its schemes and now they are di- No 20 leaves Frankfort 015 p m vuleed No 22 leaven Frnnkfort No 24 arrives Frankfort iiiz p m Lexington novor had any sort ofshow Nos 2jaiul 21 make connection at An- to get tho capitol out Lexington nas chorniro for Shelbyvillo and Hloomflold made herself useful to Louisville by stirring tipdisnatisfaction with Frank- Â¬ nnd nt Lairrnneo for Ciuoinnati EPBRYAN fort and making tho removal of tho capitol a question before tho Consti tutional Convention Nothing that Lexington can offer can get tho capi- Â¬ clamor we make tol and MAiVKMlI ROUNDABOUT greater tho more tho probabilty oftho its becomes removal and if removed it will go straight to Louisville This is one reason we have always opposed the FRANKFORT JANUARY 311891 removal for it would not redound to our benefit but would seriously in- Â¬ 5 Pneumonia Is tho only disease which seems to entirely baffle tho physicians skill Thousands upon thousands dio annually that might bo saved if they FRE TO EVERYBODY Â¬ - would use tho medicine in tho world that is a specific for that dread disease viz Dr Halos Household Ointment which has saved the lives of hundreds of peoplo after having been given up by the physicians when both lungs were Uadly involved There is no remedy known to man that equals Dr Halos Household Ointment for the cure of Pneumonia It cures tho severest cases It should bo in every home in America Price 25 and 50 cents per box Sold at South Side drug store 4 Tinware Glassware Wire Goods Woodenware And a great variety of articles p IT Carpenter Funeral of Miss Mattie May Utley The funeral services or Mattlo Slay Utley daughter of Mrs Emma Utley took place at the residence of Mr John W Johnson on Cross street South Frankfort last Sunday afternoon at half past two oclock Rev II i Henderson pastor of tho Methodist Cliurcliin this city conductedtho services and made a few remarks upon tho life and death of the deceased after which her re mains were buried In the Frankfort Cemetery Mattlo Utley was a member or the Centenary Southern Methodist Church In St Louis Mo of which the distinguished Dr John Mathews was pastor For the last year ber mother and self have been living In Illinois Mattie was tho vic- Â¬ tim of consumption for four years she lies suf fered from Its stubborn effects luitil she at last yielded the struggle and quietly died Sho was in her sixteenth year and It seems sad to see one so young taken away but iod knows best and In the end will make it all plain She was prepared to die and looked upon death as a falling asleep to awake with the loved ones on the other shore After talking about djlng nnd asking if the dear ones who had passed on before would know her she said to her mother Let me go to sleep now and the weary littlo frame let the spirits go free Many are the friends who are waiting to day Uappy on the golden strand Many aro the voices calllngawny To Join their glorious band She sulferred without a murmur and died without a groan She made the childlike request to have two llllles placed In her hands when dead and her cold white hands to day beneath the sod clasp these lovely lloral symbols of her purity The beautiful design of lowers placed upon her grave by the young ladles of the Methodist Sunday school In this place a tribute of their love was but another evidence of the friendship she every Â¬ where formed To the bereaved mother and sister and rela- Â¬ tives the writer extends his sincere sympathy and prays the blessings of God upon them all Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Communicated Useful for Kitchen and Household Use In order to induce our customers to buy flour packed in Tribute to P W Har- cliii jr Alono In tho darkened parlor With Its shadows dampness and gloom With the windows and doors closed Alone hi that silent room Tho hot and wasting fever Racks no more the graceful form Silent now tho murmuring lips And quiet the restless arms There In his manly beauty So still and cold he lies No gallant words from the silent lips No smile from tho sightless eyes We cannot tell why one so young Should thus bo called away Why one so full of promise bright Should ever know decay But God has willed It so It Is his wise decree And we do not btrlve to know Its hidden mysteries All nature throbs with sympathy And drops her tears with ours Ahd loving friends have strewn his bier With white and fragrant flowers And while we grieve oer the loved one gone And our heart Is rent with sighs We fell Its not all of life to live Or all of death to die edness which his fellow townsmen of this generation seem entirely de- Â¬ void of UTny Thanls ESer KSars Tho narrow escape of Mrs B M Searles of Elkhart Ind from a pre- Â¬ She mature death is wonderful Btates that for twenty years my heart troubled me greatly I became worse Had smothering spells short breath fluttering could not sleep on my left side had much pain in breast Ankles and stomach shoulder Bwelled Had much headache and Treatment did me no dizziness good until I tried Dr Miles New Heart Cure and Restorative Nervine The first bottle helped me and I was soon virtually cured For sale at J V Qaylos drug store A fine book 4 on the Heart and Nerves free jure our kindly littlo neighbor of the nills and vallies and cut oono to the grand Pirato of the Falls The agitation of the question by Lexington peoplo has only served to make this town odious and conspicuously ab Â¬ surd and to work into the hands of a city that has robbed us shamelessly and wickedly and which now wants to rob Frankfort by aid of the dis satisfaction that Lexington has done so much to create Frankfort is good enough for the talent the State has sent there It has been our capitol for a century and was put there by the vote of that splendid old patriot John Todd because ho would not benefit himself by voting for Lexington where he owned large estates He showed a delicacy and disinterest- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ PAPER SACKS -- WE ARE- - The above articles with every paper sack of flour for GIVING AWAY AND In paper sacks Every sack warranted Ask your grocer J E VICTOR FLOUR H MILES No Money Required of Responsible ment SON Parties to Commence Treat- Â¬ II G II Large Sales The sale of postage stamps at the post office on Monday was the largest ever known in the history of that 330 Ashland Park Farm FRANKFORT CAPITAL SElOTEL Sixteenth Regular Visit KY WEDNESDAY FEB Consultation and Examinaff 11 Free institution the receipts amounting to Mr B J Treacy of Lexington says And every foureh week tnerealter As to the merits of Quinns Oint- Â¬ ment I regard it as a very useful Medicine has given very great satis saction For Curbs Splints Spavins Windpuffs or any bunches it is in- Â¬ valuable Tlie Courts Monday is also full County Court day and there will be a largo crowd in town et pretty The February term of the Circuit Court meetaon Monday with the dock- Â¬ Council Proceedings ADJOURNED MEETING S D Johnson Co A Sensible View Of it I Following is what the editor of tho Courier Journal thinks of tho move- Â¬ ment of the Lousville Commercial Club to secure tho Capital Tho Courier Journal sympathises of course with every movement hav ing for its object tho advancement of the local interest but if we are not as enthusiastic in the matter of a re- Â¬ moval of tho State Capital as some of our ardent younc friends of the Commercial Club it is from what the Lady Desdemona described as tho We owe sense of a divided duty much to Louisville but more to Ken- Â¬ tucky and we cannot reconcilo it with our idea of the entire fitness of Â¬ the ultimate and permanent seat of government If it elects to take Louisville all right but if it does not Louisville will continue to go ahead and keep its shirt on leveled upon the sitting Constitution- Â¬ al Convention That body ought to be left to do its duty without particu- Â¬ lar advisement in a case so simple and obvious as the determination of things to lead and point a pressure Hits Her Hard i The venerable editor of the Lex Â¬ ington Gazette goes for Louisville on the Capitol removal question as fol- Â¬ lows Louisville has played her cards on the capitol removal question with the conuumate skill of an old black- Â¬ leg She encouraged Lexington to stir up this question and produce as much dissatisfaction with the pres- Â¬ ent location as possible and draw all the odium on herself that such pre- Â¬ cipitate action would necessarily oroduco She encouraged Lexington said Lexington would bean admira Â¬ ble location for tho capitol and Lex- Â¬ ington peoplo fell into the trap The press and tho peoplo of Lexington went wild and made asses of them- Â¬ selves generally and behold the re Â¬ sult As soon as it seems probable that tho capitol would bo removed from Frankfort tho wily old fox this magnanimous City of tho Falls comes forward and almost domands that she shall bo selected as the site of Â¬ dlers ery consulttnir us should Mr Darnell mado a motion to re Â¬ Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria will suhnut personthorouiih microscopical examination and chemical analysis to a a certificate and chart of peal tho order of a former council in which will lie furnished the patient e cure old cases which havr tuffled the skill of other physicians Why Because our KteasWe relation to tho pump on tho South SHILOHS COUGH and Consump- Â¬ erience enables us to recognize the ctwtta of diuikc Side Tho motion was lost Wo Invite all who have failed tobtain mlaef elirakpri a it is sold by us a guarantee leaases are Mr Darnell moved that tho council tion Cure Consumption on For sale by iniaranteed II II J uy man anu It cures y nere possiDie personal consultation Is preferable uu ircatcu cxpicis allow accounts only on regular meet- Â¬ List 27 J W Gaylo ing nights Adopted All cases and correspondence strictly confidental Treatment sent C O D to any The council then adjourned until Thursday night SYMPTOMS part of the United States and Canada Address with stamp for reply THE FIRST 1 I to charity committee February 24th ordinance was offered providing E P Bryan for the oolction of a street commisAgent sioner ata salary of 50 per mouth Tho ordinanco was adopted Mastin Bros aro positively soiling The license committeo was em out their robes at cost powered to fix tho licenses for ped- Â¬ An Â¬ Adopted committee N will sell round trip Ester Russell colored was placed Tho L first class tickets to Mobile and New on the chartiy list The name of Geo W Nicol was Orleans at one fare February 6th to 9th inclusive good returning until fresented to bo placed on the charity Monday Jan 26 1891 Present President Staten and all the councilmen except Mr Church The minutes of the last meeting wore read and approved Mayor Mangan returned with his approval tho ordinance ropenling the power of tho street comn fctee to appoint a street commissioner Petition of Thos Ballow for a gro cery license to sell a small slock of groceries Referred to license com mittee Petition of Thos J Brislan asking that the street committee authorize the street commissioner to give him tho grade of tho work to bo dono by him under contract for tho city in repairing and building new pave Kelerred to ments and curbing street committee A protest was received from the citizens against tho building of tho stable on the lot of J N Crutcher corner of Clinton street and Catfish alley The remonstrance was ignored and permission was granted for the erection of said stable Petition of Mr Harry ODonnell to build frame residence on Crossstreot South Side Referred to street com- Â¬ mittee Petition of SigLuscher asking that he bo granted a wholesale beer Referred to license com- Â¬ license mittee Mr Parsons offered an ordinance ordering that all ordinances of a pub- Â¬ lic nature be published in one news- Â¬ paper The ordinance was adopted Mr Parsons offered an ordinance Eroviding that the janitor of the city be appointed by tho hall 50 76 Offer the following Bargains 80 cts for 4 button kid gloves worth 125 95 cts for 4 button kid gloves worth 150 110 for 8 button Suede Mosque taire gloves worth 175 55 cts for a good corset worth 100 125 for C P Corsets worth 175 cts for ladies jersey vests worth 50 75 t cts cts for ladies jersey vests worth cts for ladies jersey vests worth 100 150 95 110 for ladies jersey vests worth 1000 cts for comforts worth 150 500 for Ghenile Portiers worth 750 750 for Chenile Portiers worth iSJOO 2250 5 1200 S1100 lor Chenile 1500 1700 for Chenile for Chenile Portiers worth portiers wortn Portiers worth 15 cts a hank for Germantown Wool worth 15cts Novelty dress goods at cost cts cts an oz for Zephyr worth 7J DR ACKERS ENGLISH PILLS Tlu Eminent Specialust formerly resident Physician of the Philadelphia General Hos pital Physician in charge of the Ohio Medical Institute Cincinnati Ohio has for twenty live year successfully devoted his time to the treatment of his spec- Â¬ ialties He successfully treats all curable cases of Chronic and tfeivotis Diseases His treatment is based on the largest experience after thorough educational preparation C H BOGMAN M D Bbsomatlam It Â¬ Are active and pure For sick head- Â¬ ache disordered stomach loss of ap- Â¬ petite bad complexion and billious ness they havo never been equaled either in America or abroad 9 J W Gavle Druggist Mentlallr a dlaease of the nervoo are all late InveaUgallon proies betond a doabt Actio opoo thii theory we hae for J ear treated It wilt phenomenal success The deformities and heart affection resulting from rheumatic intlainniailone mar all be avoided or cured by our treatment Brights Disease of the Kidney I the result of faulty nutrition ever tlmulatlon or the uie cf Imiiroper reuedle to increase the How of urine Diseaseo of tho Dljestlve Orcans are the raoit fre Â¬ quent cauiei of the more fatal diseases iirspensla Liver Cent plaint Constipation and Chronic Diarrhea all rcult In imper fect nutrition an I render life mltirable Karlv interference I true economy of time money and health Young Men who are rapidly approaching insanity and death from ccrethabiu wllldo well tocousultus atouce There habit are the resultof disease not lire and we euro luch caaea without fail We invite your futlet confidence and promise you relief Ktddlo Agcd Men who obicrre certain Irritation of the btdder and urethra or water panace with eJiment In the urine should at all theratelvc of ou treatment Such vmp torn are judication of seuilna weakness which admit i no tema delay If not cared It lead to enlarged proaute gland ner vou debility and premature decay e guarantee a cure In all uch caaea and a perfect restoration to hekhandchj ileal vigor m To tho Ladles We have for year made a specialty of the dlieaae of women Muetenth of the eulferlng of this world are borne by women and twthout reason When the eauae of theae dlaease la properly understood their cure ia certain and complete Our large buapital experience enable to understand these caaes and treat them from thelatei aclen llflc itaoJpokit Local treatment which to manr object to wa rarel find necetsarr Our treatment Is by constitutional ana local remedies with which we Imiruct thepatlenu to treat theuaeliee at their own home 4 Disoaoes Stricture Gleet Venereal Taint Syphilis Gonorrhea Itnpoteucv an I Sierllltv are promptly and eBeetuallv cured by our aprcltl rernedlea e hare pent thousand of dollar in time aud money to gain knowledge in this direction u Pfv0t Epilepsy or fits This phenomena nr tho jcrvoaa evsteui la tho result of dlvaae located In mc nrve centers Our method or treatment which l eniirelv our own has been admitted by the best scientists of the world to produce radical cure In the most debilitated uljeca t t Irin f nr end fA v ii uuHics uir ineir urine wntcnwc n - ini the futuro capitol of this Commonwealth We have had somo experi ence with tho tactics that Louisville usually employs in emergencies of this kind Sho has boon u pirato during her wholo corporate existence She has been employed for more than half a century in feloniously ap ropriating the enterprises that owns anu cities navo ouuc up lo- our medical school tho this 1fjrand Lodge from yearscity ao iro than twenty ofForts of Lexington peo- j a charter for the Northern icause Bhe wanted the mother Â¬ Â¬ - OF DEATH of ease and comfort follows tho use of Syrup of Figs as it acts in harmo ny with naturo to effectually cleanse tho system when costivo or bilious For sale in 50o and 100 bottles by all leading druggists 181m Â¬ Tired feeling dull headache pains A PLEASING SENSE In various parts of tho body sinking Of health and strength renewed and at tho pit of tho stomach loss of ap p O BOX 703 Dr- - G H Bogmaii Ciuoinnati WM O - our robes at cost We are selling tho remainder of f - potito fovorishness pimples or sores KltAVKllHiM K H IUllMOW See nnd Treus President are all positive evitlonco of poisoned R T Hammct blood No matter how it becamo AU DltVKH lresldent Superintendent VIce poisoned it must bo purified to avoid Dr Ackers English Blood loath Elixir has never failed to remove The Standard Printinff let Co scrofulous or syphilitic poisons Sold Vormerly the Standard Printing Ink Works under positive guarantee ANUFACTURERS O- F0 J W Gaylb Druggist -M- CROMWELL EY-AT-LA- ATTORN wlU W RJBAI BSTATB AGBNT WILL JOTICB Dl TH1 00UBT8 tjf tJM PRIrOTINCAND LITHOGRAPHIC INKS VARNIaSWESaFTC 103 Canal ClnclnnaM June28 ly Ohio tin p Mastin Bros Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria attSu5noiiSSS M h We would Religious be greatly obliged to tin ministers and officers of churches in tin city if they would furnish us with anv announcements- which they may wil marie 1 - OLD HILT J r BEWARE OP MISREPRESENTATIONS ANr FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS OF Dig HONEST PARTIES J Rev George Darsie prenchea at the Bridgeport Christian Church to- Â¬ morrow at 3 p m Rev H G Henderson will preach at Cedar Chapel Methodist Church to morrow afternoon at 3 oclock Rev W B Cooper of Lexington will preach at Buck Run Church Forks of Elkhorn to morrow night at 7 oclock Rev J McClusky Blayney D D will occupy his pulpit at the First Presbyterian Church to morrow at 11 a m and 730 p m Rev W 0 Taylor the pastor will occupy the pulpit at the Baptist Church to morrow morning at 11 oclock and at 730 in the evening Tke usual services at Ascension Church to morrow morning at 11 be 1 oclock and 730 p m will be conduct- city like this they couldthe influenced in a thousand ways to detriment ed by Rev E A Ponick the rector of the State without anj one being the wiser So it is with the judges Baby was sick wo gare her Castorla Rev Father Lambert Young the of the several courts At Frankfort When she was a Child she cried for Castorla dbalbbs m-they are kept busy dociding cases When pastor will conduct the services at Sbot and Shells and in the quiet and seclusion of When sho became Miss she clung to Castorla the Church of the Good Shepherd to- Â¬ their homes they are free from inter- Â¬ Children she gave them Castorla HKKLiJjijj And Agent for morrow First mass at 8 a m Sec- Â¬ ruption and safe from attempt to in- Â¬ When she had ond mass 1030 a m Vespers at 3 fluence them Not that the judges Lafltn Rand would be approached directly even p m in Louisville corporations where Wall Paper Oeesrations OO manage to have their interests well For lame back side or chest use Rev George Darsie preaches at the taken care of but in a great city wt Price 25 HARNESS IJMK PLASTEB CEMENT GLASS OILS LEAD AND MIXED PAOCT8 PICKS Porous Plaster Christian Church to morrow at 11 schemes can be worked and influences Shilohs For sale by J W Gayle 27 8HOVEL8 CROW BARS DRILLS IRON AND STEEL cents and 730 oclock Night subject can be applied that would bo impossi- Â¬ A FULL LINE OT 8XWEB AND FLUE PIPE COB BROADWAY AND LEVIS SX WSUXKJfOUT Juljltt Lydia the Business Woman the ble in a town like Frankfortat Frank NOTICE The indignation meeting fifth of the series on Model Conver- Â¬ fort which threatened to boycott Louisville in a commercial sense for sions We have added to our Kentucky Central Railway The Young Peoples Society of her attempts to take tho capital stock an elegant line of Car Â¬ wr Christian Endeavor meets in the away shows the spirit that has been pets Oil cloth aud Matting at BLUB GRASS ROUTE awakened in the people of Franklin chapel at 7 p m Shortestand Quickesiruutefroin county It must be said for them the very lowest prices tm 21- - Weitz el that they have been loyal friends to AflBWEWLyOiffijpKJv ODosnell OKNAKAIJ KENTUCKY Rev W B Cooper of Lexington Louisville even in tho face of every TO ALL POINTS will occupy the pupit at the South- Â¬ inducement held out by Cincinnati For Rent ern Presbyterian Church to morrow The result of the Commercial Clubs EAST NORTH WEST MO SOUTHWEST fnlLE6 morning at 11 oclock Evening ser- Â¬ surplus of energy will be that the On and after February 1st my miles whole section of the State contiguous FAST LINF BETWEEN W M MlianbTFlf vice at 730 oclock conducted by to Frankfort will give Louisville the dwelling house near tho corner of lf WlfaXBl22J3tini5sEWSimi now occU tWtSflww AiSmrrma LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI go by and it will amount in dollars Third and Conway streets Rev W G Neville the pastsr o pied by Wm McCloy A sermon will be preached to the and cents alone to a great deal to our SCHEDULE IN EFFECT NOV 16TH 189a Apply to children in the afternoon at 3 oclock merchants 20 J H Williamson Waiving all that aside however jUl the children of the city are THE SHORTEST AND QUiCKJT and arguing purely from a standpoint cordially invited No 2 South Bound No 4 No 6 For Sale One wrought iron cook of fair treatment the Critic can not Ex Sun Daily Ex Sun Is see why Louisville should turn its stove is offered for sale cheap Ap- Â¬ m liUl 20 2t Rev H G Henderson A M will hand against Frankfort Frankfort ply to S T Fortune jareach at the Methodist Church in needs the State capital Louisville Time 25 Hours uive tne unaer aog a Children Cry for Pitchers Castoriai Entire Trains Baggage Car Day Coaches Lve Cincinnati blOani 800pm 2 20pn this place Sunday morning at 11 aoes not Lve Covington ti lbJIll bOrfjim 22bpiu Falmouth IMSum Slbpiu 3 00pm Sleepers run through without change oclock and at 730 oclock in the chance in the fight m Cynthiana llHim l CJpm 4 50pm THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST evening 11 lbVun 102Jpm Arr Paris 516pm Darbys Prophylactic Travellers may learn a lesson Lexington 1210pm 1100pm U20pm Ala Georgetown to Jacksonville Sunday school at 930 oclock a m from Mr C D Cone a prominent 1127am Lve Paris 537pm Use it in every sick room Wil Christian Endeavor at 645 p m Mr attorney of Parker Dakota who says 1210pm Time 26 015pm I never leave home without taking keep the atmosphere pure and Through Sleepers without Hours The Short Arr Winchester 135pm change extends a cordial invitaRichmond 72upm Henderson line between Cincinnati and Â¬ Lancaster 510pm a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Chol- Â¬ wholesome tion to the members of the Constituremoving all bad odors 5 45pm Time 2Vz Hours Lkxinoton Kr Stanford tional Convention to attend these era and Diarrhoea Remedy with me from 12 Kkoxville Tknn any source Lve Richmond ITlupiU TTTT T7T and on many occasions have ran with n c 17 services ashevillk 305pm Arrlierea CHATTANOOGA 11 ThNN it to the relief of some sufferer and Will destroy all Disease Germs Livingston 520pm ATLANTA G 15 Mr William T Price a Justice of have never known it to fail For sale infection from all Fevers and ail BlHMINdHAM ALA 16 NO 137 17 lm the Peace at Richland Nebraska Â¬ by J W Gayle Direct Connections at New Orleansand Shreve Vn q Accom contagious diseases port for Texan Mexico and California winter with a sewas confined last North Bound gg Leave Frankfort vlu vere attack of lumbago but a Pronounced Hopeless Yet The eminent physician J Mari- Â¬ via Georgetown 5 15a Kentucky Midland Railway Exbun Lex 4 mjarrlveClnclnnatl 1025 thorough application of ChamberÂ¬ Saved m Clu I a All Quicker than any other line Central Union get From a letter written by Mrs Ada on Sims of New York says trains arrive at depart from lains Pain Balm enabled him tosays am convinced that Prof Darbys Depot Cincinnati Lve Livingston 8 00am up and go to work Mr Price S D h or Rates Mupsc address quote Hurd of Uerea 1025am egg The Remedy cannot be recommend- Â¬ EWas taken Groton cold we FRANK W WOOLLEY with bad which set- Â¬ Prophylactic Fluid is a most valu Arr Richmond 1145am 2m Traveling Pass Agt ed too highly Let any one troubled tled on my Lungs cough set in and able disinfectant 21 Lexington Ky 7 00am Lve Stanford js with rheumatism neuralgia or lame finally terminated in Consumption D G EDWARDS S Lancaster 7 50am OC HARVEY back give it a trial and they will be Four doctors gave me up saying I G P T A Arr Richmond 1015am rvi CINCINNATI O 50 cent bottles For Rent A two story houso with Vlre Pres of the same opinion 1 05ptn 610am Lve Richmond could live but a short time I gave 7 rooms Cor Murray and Campbell 17 lm for sale by J W Gayle TKE- Arr Winchester 154pm 715am myself up to my Savior determined streets Apply to W J Hughes 327 233pm 7 48am Paris j could not stay with my friends on Murray street 11 tf 2 700ain 346pm Why tlic Capital if I I would meet my absent ones OLD KENTUCKY ROUTE Lve Lexington 2 00pm 7 63am 4 26pm 220pm Reasons earth 3 05pm 45pm Paris Should Remain at above My husband was advised to Cynthian 3 15pm 8 23am 4 4Jpm 3 35pm For Rent The property known as Newport News Mississippi Valley Co E D 411pm 9 lbam 5 30pm 4S0pm Falmouth Frankfort get Dr Kings New Discovery for tho Gen John Rodman place Terms 540pm 1044am 637pm 605pra SHORT LINE TO Arr Covington Consumption Coughs and colds I reasonable Arr Cincinnati 5 60pm 10 50am 6 45pm 6I6pm Louisville Critic of January gave it a trial took in all eight bot- Â¬ Philadelphia The 18 lm R W McRery 2 Washington MAYSVILLE BRANCH 25th gives tho following reasons why tles it has cured mo and thank God I No ii No 9 New York Baltimore am now a well and hearty woman Daily Daily North Bound the Capital should not be removed to Trial bottles free at the South Side For Sale A second hand cabi- Â¬ Ex Sun Ex Sun Old Point and the Sea Shore net organ is offered for sale cheap Louisville drug store regular size 50c and 100 Apply to J B Utterback Lve Cincinnati 220pm 4 AND ALL EASTERN CITIES P H Carpenter The Commercial Club has worked Lve Covington 226pm proIN EFFECT NOVEMBER 10 lftKI itself into a fine frenzy over the 7 00 a in 4 40 pm Lve Lexington Chance to buy Encyclopedia Brif anica A Card 7 55 am 5 37pm Lve Piris posed removal of tho State capital to Fast Fust Mall Accommo Arr Millersburg 8 19 a in 601pm this city There is no particular Dall I desire to say to my friends and at 150 per volume Guaranteed to bo EAST BOUND Ex res dation 8 13 am 6 25pm Carlisle Arr Dally ExSuny Dally reason why Louisville should care for 9 83am 78Gprn my connection with the only exact reprint Arr Johon that 10 10 am 755pm Arr Maysville the capital while there are a great eCompto Gayle Co will in no way K K McGLUBE lu many reasons why it should not be affect my business at the old store No 10 No iz 57 pm 10 15 am Lve Frankfort Daily Daily South Bound 5 35 pm 15 pin 11 40 am located here Frankfort has borne so corner Ann and Broadway which Lexington Ex Sun Ex Sun 6 40 pm 00pm 12 15 pin Winchester long with tho afflictions of the old shall continue to have my closest per Â¬ Bucklens Arnica Salve 1 25 pm 7 40piu 30 iin Mt Sterling State house that it would be base sonal attention 5 20am 150pm a 35 pill 11 Oil urn Lve Maysville 03 pin Hill Ii 57 a The best salve in the world foi Olive 227 pm 5 H5 pm t 8 15 am Lve Johnson 27 pm ingratitude for tho metropolis of tho Ashland My two brothers O B and C L fi 50 a 11 320pm 43 pin State to attempt to rob her of her just Gayle are associated with mo We Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Catleltsburg Arr 07 pm 5i 50 pm t8d5nm Lvci Carlisle LveMillersuurg 7 15nm 345pm 25 pm to 10 am Huntington dues in tho matter Tho Governors solicit your patronage 7 40am 410pm Arr Paris Tetter Fever Sores Rheum 8 35 a in 6 20pm mansion is a rattle trap not fit for Arr Uexington Respectfully WEST BOUND 10 44 a in 6 87pm Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns Arr Covington the first gentleman of the State to 18 J W Gayle 10 60 a m 645pm Arr Cincinnati occupy But it is not Frankforts and all Skin Eruptions and posifault that this is so The niggardli Â¬ 1 Runs dally from Lexington to Clncln No Eupepsy Lve tively cures Piles or no pay re- Â¬ ness of past legislatures has failed to 1 10 pm 3 0Cpin ruttl 0 00am Huntington No 13 Leaves Loxlngton 1000 n Arrives 1 Z pin quired It is guaranteed to give Catlettsburg pm 3 26 25 am make an appropriation suflleiont to 1 10 pm This is what you ought to have perfect satisfaction or money re Ashland 3 41 pm Paris 1045 n m Except Sunday 6 50 am build a new capitol or even to im- Â¬ No 8 Leaves Cincinnati 010 p m Arrives 4 20 am 8 17 am 2 6H pm Olive Hill Except Sunday prove the old one Now that this in fact you must have it to fully funded 6 25 am Falmouth 705 p m 4 27 pin 10 65 am Price 25 cents per box Mt bterllng NO 7 Louvos Falmouth 0 Arrives Cin7 15 am 6 07 pill 11 15 am Winchester improvement is in a fair way to bo enjoy life Thousands are search- Â¬ Except Sundav cinnati 755 a Arr 6 r pm made up steps tho Falls City and de ing for it daily and mourning For sale by South Side drugstore Lexington Arr 6 16 pm 12 40 inn 8 10 am TRAIN NOTKSin No 3 runs daily except Sun 2 11pm Frankfoit day between Loxlngton and Cincinnati No P H Carpenter mands that the glory and the profit 5 iy 13 runs Sundav only mnklng all local stops find it not runs Thou EXPRESS VE8TIUULED LIMITED of tho change shall all be hers If because they No 4 runs dally between Cincinnati and Lex dally aud Iris Vestluuled Pullman Uuilect Sleep capital is to bo removed from sands upon thousands of dollars tho tiiKtvn ers uHueeu Louisville Lexlmaou VnnliiKtoii Dont Forget Frankfort the Critic is for Louisville are spent annually by our people New Yorlc ami Old Point Comfort This train NOTE -- Trains No 6 and KnlmoutU Accommo datlonNo8 now depart from new 4th St If yon are going west that tho Is iiiudo part ot tho culuhrited but it is not apparent why tho quesDepot on 4th below John St in the hope that they may attain Louisville St Loiub Air Lino run be agitated at all tion should NOTE Trains No 1 and Falmouth Accommo Â¬ IT- - IF1 T7- the dation No 7 now arrives at now 1th St Do It is natural that the Commercial Â¬ this boon And yet it may be tho finest trains inSt world between Kast of Iluntlnirton on tho C V O Route pot on 4th below John St Louis and Trains Club always first in matters of enter had by all We guarantee that Louisville 810 a m daily equipped FAST M VIL TRAINS runs d illy except tiiiidnr Nos 2 and 6 make connections at Winchester leaving at prise should make a determined ef Lexington and Huntliutfou Make di for points on tho NN - M V Ry fort to secure the removal of tho cap Electric Bitters is used according with Pullman porfected safty BteamÂ¬ liaeiii rect connections at Huutlntou wlthO 4 0 At IMPORTANT Trains of this line nownrrlvoat Passenger Ry Ashland with ital But it is doubtful if the young to directions and the use persisted heated day coaches parlor and din 0 II It north SV south At Winchester with K unddopart from tho Central Union connec Station Cincinnati makliiL men who are heading this movement in will bring you Good Digestion ing cars Trains leaving Louisville ton with L Nand S andhound Oand at Lexing tor all points North T P ltull L tion CN at 015 p m equipped with day roads East and West have stopped to think that it might Through Tickets sold and Bagjago checked to bo tho worst possible thing to do to and oust the demon Dyspepsia coaches and Pullman drawing room LEXINGTON AND OLIVE HILL ACCOMMO any point reached by a railroad We sleepers DATION dally Connect at Winchester to nn take tho courts and tho Legislature and install instead Eupepsy For full particulars address or call on any C Points aud and put them down in the heart of recommend Electric Bitters for If you wish comfort safty and from KLouisville Ky at LoxliiKton with L S It ageiuortno company or It for 8 F H MORSK this great city whero there is every Dyspepsia and all diseases of quick time bo sure and call for tick For full Information lu regard to Rates Routes W LMUNSON Agt Gonl Passr Agf Trav Pnasr ets via tho Air Lino Any information Ac apply to uny Aent of this or connecting tomptation to wrong doing and every uinuin cincinmuio In a town Liver Stomach and Kidneys Sold regarding maps rates etc will be llnei or to invitation to rascality HEHUNTINUTONVIce PresAUf m S V B Moiwk HONTINOTOK UKNKUAL OFFICfiU whero everybody at 50 cents and gioo per bottle promptly furnished by writing to HEV P like Frankfort Gen Pan Agent Chamber of Commerce Building and J M B L Bryant kuowB everybody else it is easy to CINCINNATI 010 MOTH We now hare double at the South Side Drug Store Trav Pass Agt W H HAJUUKMC locate members of tho Legislature vice on Sundays both ways bet tf W BAKNKY Kjr P H Carpenter Louisville Ky 10 tf G M Lexington Ky T A P Ashlar una iioxingiaa and keep up with their career In a 4 I x 3 Â¬ C E COLLINS BRO I -- PDWBBE I viyAfjffiii w iiraMffipmi mmm 94iiiiraii mXA AM IIHHG dJTra 13SsSi IHJII Hfigra Â¬ In Â¬ Â¬ 111 Â¬ J 11 111 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ftftiacs MK3I0IH w THE LsCOMPTE READY Ss FOR ZXJE CO BUSINESS the handsomest in this section of 0 With a new clean and elegant stock of We are ready for business at our new store the State Come and see us 1 DRUGS FANCY AND TOILET ARTICLES No 37 Bridge Street South Side 1 Gaylr Telephone No 12 W tJos LrCompte tJ WHY vv B I lr JrBTiMMBasaxgiiiiBBiiBjcMTiMiM neighbors who attended the Ex- Â¬ OUR VERY BEST PEO Â¬ zTBixrTBMiB3i ZJ 3 press sale for had I not got 200 miles 80 8 months storage for PLE DO YOU COUGH Mrs Jool Tracy who has been very travel and the next time the box cents and Confirm our statement when wo say you know that a little couch ia a dancfirmia sick is much better Do goes to Clay Oity Ill walk and pack that Dr Ackers English Remedy is thing Are you aware that it often fastens on the j Mrs Bob Mitchell who has been it in every way superior to any and all lungs and far too often runs into Consumntion and visiting her sick sister Mrs Joel At the conclusion of Mr Julians other preparations for tho Throat ends in Death People suffering from Asthma home Tracy has returned speech last Saturday Col Zeke and Lungs Iri Whooping Cough and Bronchitis Pneumonia and Consumption will alia Croup it is magic and relieves at U meets every Yocums letter was read before the Pea Ridge F L rcii you mac Saturday night Members of visiting Farmers Alliance and was well re- Â¬ once We offer you a sample bottlo ovw iitiAArWvmif HITCTlDTCniifITU H AAI Remember this unions are cordially invited to meet ceived His complimentary mention free positive guaranteeRemedyis sold 1 1 V I Mil I kV Iff 1 1 n UUkVi of the Alliance and the Democratic on9 a with us liiV j i Sin r Cin rtAn ttumu iaj uugieuu is f uan you mnej jou juu lYAa jij J W Gayle Druggist party was especially pleasing com- The officers of Pea Ridge F L U with so serious a matter Are you aware that to the Earing them stirring gallantofhearted are 61 WILL YOU SUFFER with dyspep- Â¬ times of the Z T Collins President Col Yocums military record and sia and Liver Complaint Shilohs for roughs Colds and Consumption is beyond question the greatest of all J Burk Vice President his well known Democratic princi- - Vitalizer is guaranteed to cure you Modern Remedies L Tracy Secretary It will ston a Cough in one nicht 1 will nhanr n niA les endear him to our people every For sale by J W Gayle 27 a day It will prevent Croup relieve Asthma and cure Consumption if taken P Tracy Sargeant-at-arm- s ine of his writing breathes the pure You cant afford to be without it in time A Tracy Doorkeeper A 25 cent bottle may save vou undaunted spirit of Democracy 100 in Doctors bills may save your life I Ask your druggist for ft or write W Tracy Lecturer Several ex rebels here remember I to W H Hooker Co 4B Went Rrniflwuv tfmv Vnrlr Knnir J Dooley Chaplain when Col Yocum Berved on the staff biftmaaimiaiiwwmia W Collins Treasurer of that great Confederate leader Joe Tracy Steward Gen Albert Sidney Johnston who 37 Members For Sale by J TX7 died in the moment of victory while Members elect 8 defending his native State on the Applicants 8 battle field of Shiloh and the annals Total 53 of military history tell how fearless met his death Rumor says that a marriage will heCol Yocum will always be a wel- Â¬ soon come off both parties well rumor has told this come visitor on Pea Ridge known here but tale for several years and disappointed Sheriff Noels latest literary work our people so often that they now ro is not well received here Critics find fuse to believe madam on oath al Â¬ a thousand faults which ought to be though sho backs her statements overlooked in consideration of Queenswnre and Fancy China Tea Sets 56 with additional scraps of evidence humor dry and grim of 2 acres value pieces The larg- Â¬ 3 Dinner bets from 850 up recent purchases of dry 20 tax 507 1 horse tax 2160 such as est stock in Central Kentucky to select presents goods a suit of fine clothing an Gentle reader never quarrel with from prospective purcnase oi mmrjer ic the sheriff even when brought to the building scaffold he only executes the law Stoves Tinware and Home Furnishing Goods V L Collins John Burk and John IGyour name is not in Noels ro- Â¬ Both the method Cook Stoves from and results when 475 up Heating Stoves delegates from Pea mance gh ought to be satisfied and Syrup Dooley are the from 3 up of Pigs is iaken it is pleasant if itfook at the immense goodly Ridge to the County Convention company by which you are sur- - and refreshing to tho taste and act t Li U Plumbing and Gas Fitting Tin Roofing and unded gently yet promptly on the Kidney Mr J Grave 8 preached here lai No rogue ever felt the halter draw Liver and Bowels cleanses Guttering Job work of all kinds in both branches the ays Saturday night and Sunday mormpg With good opinion of the law done promptly aud guaranteed to be first class tem effectually dispels colds head Last Saturday night was a big one for our people 6 oclock preaching Dr Hales Household Oint Â¬ aches and fevers and cures habitual I have the largest stock in my different lines constipation Syrup of Figs is thf ment by Bro Graves 7 oclock Alliance to be found in Central Kentucky and at prices 8 speech by Charlie Julian and that are beyond all competitors Give me a call Is the finest cure in the world It only remedy of its kind ever pro oclock Farmers Alliance meeting absolutely cures catarrh It cures duced pleasing to the taste and ac Cures ceptable to the stomach prompt ir Mr Pete Quire of Flat Creek who neuralgia and rheumatism has been visiting Mr Joel Tracy has Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum its action and truly beneficial in it in the most soothing manner Cures effects prepared only from the returned home mot Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Mr W Bridgeford of Frankfort Cures Coughs and Colds Can be healthy and agreeable substances j and Mr Charlie Julian of Bridge- Â¬ Cuts internally bruises many excellent qualities commend c port addressed our people on the taken chilblains sores of long stand- Â¬ to all and have made it the tziqh burns 10th and 17th respectively on Far Â¬ ing corns and bunions are cured mers Alliance matters Their speeches quickly different from all else supe- Â¬ popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 5v were listened to with attention by rior to all else it has no equal 25 and our people and both gentlemen are 50c boxes large size cheapest Sold and 1 bottles by all leading drug cordially invited to come again It at Pnil uarpenters drug store south gists Any reliable druggist l is quite refreshing to listen to these Side 52 may not have it on hand will two gentlemen after hearing the it promptly for any ono wh mixed bark of the average politician wishes to try it Chance of Base Do not accept air Â¬ that suits all parties Is it a Repubsubstitute lican community If so give em Lexington Ky Jan 27 1891 slavery war and wicked rebellion If CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Dear Nepheio In answer to my Democratic give em rebel array Have SAN FRANCISCO CAL and take a whack at the tariff When numerous friends I take this method LOUISVILLE KY NEW YORK NY of lotting them know where I am it is doubtful if any amount of jaw will prop a bad cause give em a and what Im doing by publishing the following notice torch light procession We Zekiel Yocum James H Mulli- Â¬ P When the great sale of undelivered gan and Claude M Buckley have express goods took place in the tilled in the County Clerks office of Court house yard last summer quite Fayette county Ky articles of incor- Â¬ a number of our ueoDlo attended and poration Vwondered how it was possible for The name or trie nrm is xocum Co several wagon loads of express mat- Â¬ Mulligan Stilt and Boat ter could miss the owners One citi- - Company Principal and only place zen here who thinks he knows some- Â¬ of business is Lexington Ky The -- Basement nf the Capital Hotel hthing says Last May I shipped a business is the manufacturing of stilts by Adams Express Co to Clay City and boats for crossing the Btreets of and took a receipt from the agent the city of Lexington Ky only BSTThey will fill this space with an entirely new advertisement in a at Frankfort and went to Clay City The amount of capital stock is sixty short time and asked for my box It was not thousand 00000 dollars divided there and alter calling several times into shares of one hundred dollars and failing to got the box I wrote to all of which have been paid up Said the agent at Frankfort calling his at-Â¬ corporation to begin business on the tention to the matter and received first day of February 1891 and to this postal card continue for ten years or longer The buHines to bo conducted by a Board Adams Express Co Treasurer Frankfort Ky May 31 1890 J of Drrectors Prcsidontandannually on who are to bo elected Mr Your box loft here on the 1010 the first Monday in February The highest amount of indebtedness train not to exceed ono hundred thousand Agent After repeatedly calling at the dollars Tho Magic Removek fills a long felt Privato property exempt from Olav City office and writing to the want with owners of Horses or Mules Frankfort office I returned to Frank- - payment of corporation debts Object of said corporation to as with Warts Knots Ilruises Cuts fort after four months but still could hear nothing of my box Believing it sist in removine the capital from Strains Sprains Old Sores Barb Wiro lost I was surprised at the jest on Frankfort to Lexington KyYocum Cuts etc It makes no difference Ezekiel this postal Pea Ridge C3 i-- 1 a DR ACKERS ENGLISH REMEDY L -- ASTUB m oft -- JOHN T BUCKLEY M J ON BNJOY 4 JOHN T BUCKLEY JACOB SWIGERT CO t a Removed From the Baltzei Building m L1 L BANTER MAGIC H101 MD 10MM STREETS - REMOVER 1 Â¬ y fort After calling for several weeks at DO NOT SUFFER ANY the Frankfort office and failing to LONGER get the box I one day received this Knowing that a cough can bo postal chocked in a day and tho first stages Adams Express Co of consumption broken in a week wo Frankfort Ky Jan 9 1891 f hereby guarantee Dr Ackers En Wo have recoivod etobox marked glish Cough Remedy and will rofund etc tho money to all who buy take it aa Agent per directions and do not find our After paying 80 cents for the com- - statement correct service very well satisfied 0 J W Gayle Druggist aving a better bargain than my Â¬ J II Mulligan Adams Express Co Claude Buckley Clay City Ky Dec 9 1890 Said stilts and boats sold Your package is hero what shall members of tho Legislature only to in case we do with it the capital is removed Agent Zeke Yocum To which I replied Senp to Frank Â¬ how long tho knot has been there or how hard it is if it is not of tho bone wo will take it off on tho NO CURE NO PAY plan In removing tho knot tho hair comes off and tho place becomes very sore when you stop using it the hair conies back its original color and not a trace of tho knot is left For jilm of insurance etc call at the undersigned druggists and bring your animal with you for Infants and Children peetion w M Castoria is so well adapted to children that I recommend it oa superior to any prescription II A Ancinut H D known to mo 111 So OxXord St Brooklyn N Y Tho uso of Castoria1 is so universal and its merits bo well known that it Booms a work of supererogation to endorso it Few are the intelligent families who do uot keep Castoria within easy reach CAKLOa ILlBTYNj D D Now York City Lato Pastor Bloomingdalo Reformed Church CMtoria cores Colic Constipation Sour Stomach Dlarrhasa Eructation Kills Worms given sleep and promotes dl Without injurious medication For several years I havo recommended your Castoria and shall always continue to do so as it has invariably produced beneficial ruaulta Tbo Wlnthrop Edwin P Pjuidbh M D ISSth Street and 7th Avo New York City I ijH For Sale by Tmt Csmtaub Cootaky W Moniu Stoiwi Nbw Yokk P H CARPENTER SOUTH SIDE DRUGGISTS frwWWWvVWyVFriywill ywppiii wnflfWTJFySrwJ CRUTC vs STACKS W 6i i1 w n i f tf f wt fer V-- Startling Announcement 4 iW tM rtf r V u ifc SMS THEIR ENTIRE STOCK TO BE SLAUGHTERED SEE A AIMEEU THE i v l GREAT TUMBLE 3 IN PRICES zmmwmiiGttzmzmmsifEasak Mwi llf w 4i IT Hats Caps 150 Caps choice 10c and 50c soiled by fire 122 Mens Caps all go for 25c worth 50c and 75c 1 Si 00 for Derby Hat worth 75 1 50 for Derby Hat flexible worth 2 50 2 50 for Derby Hat flexible worth 4 A full line of Dunlaps latest styles always stock 7 5 00 for splendid FurRug worth 8 6 50 for splendid Fur Rug worth 15 00 for Wolf or Lynx trimmed Rug worth 22 22 14 00 for Wild Cat Rug large size worth Wool Rugs s 25 5 00 up to 7 50 Funi Mr We have a tremendous stock and are compelled tocloseJthem out 5 00 3 50 for good strong suit worth 6 50 4 50 for good strong suit worth 3 00 2 00 for a splendid Jeans coat worth 8 00 5 00 for a Leather coat worth Will last 10 years 1 75 25 for the very best Jeans pants worth 2565 Cassimere suits all must go 33 per cent less than former prices 00 in 00 50 50 50 8L 1 40c Undershirt or Drawers worth 50c Unlaundried Shirt worth 15c Four ply Linen Cuffs worth t 20c Fine Merino Sock worth 25c for choice of 25 dozen Puff Scarfs worth 4c for Childrens Handkerchiefs worth 15c Elegant Suspenders worth ioc Boys Yarn Mitts worth 15c Celluloid Collar worth 25c Celluloid Cuffs worth 75c 85c 25c 8c 35c 35c 75c J M 25c 25c 40c CASH CASH CASH CASH ONLY KEZZZWMM S3W i J CASH ONLY imWJi u us k m 11 s Sits 1 0 ipnno JL U U LI Onrtiffl age 5 75c Childs Suit worth 50 1 50 75c S2 3 225 50 4 50 3 5 SO Boys Overcoats worth to 10 years Si 50 13 2 3 3 00 00 50 CLOSING OUT OUR MAMMOTH STOCK of SHOES We are 00 Boys long warm Overcoat age iS 50 to 3 50 5 00 6 50 7 50 Boys Overcoat splendid value age to 18 I 33 WE WAFT MOHEY 1 13 5 900 9 50 3 75 00 7 50 3 00 Roys 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 iS worth 9 00 7 50 Boys fancy color suit long pants age 13 50 13 to 18 worth 32S pahs childrens kneefpams to close at 25c 1 and 5125 40c 75c x Mens long warm Ulsters worth 8 50 worth 5 00 Mens long Chincilla Ulsters 14 00 7 00 Mens Fur Beaver Ulsters worth 7 50 Mens long Chincilla Fur Trimmed Ulsters worth 14 00 will buy you an 12 00 10 00 1500 20 00 elegant coat that sold for 40 per cent more money 6 00 255 pairsLadies Dongola Kid 99c worth 150 pairs Ladies Glove grain 99c worth 1 50 i 135 1 WI NEED MOMEY B m We Need the Gash EsasssnBSBSirTOSMBssawJBB One Price to All Only one Price to All pairs misses lrontivice benool 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 5200 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 only 25 J I I 50 J 50 j 2 2 00 50 3 2 50 25 c 75c 65c 355HBS WXSH - QSRTSC2ZS2 Bt5 4 KJ tEl MS m AiKa St P vA 3 ash wy wxiiaa a a rpi iajx fi iTrvfwnL II m M txs be uteai tA w vm - 1 JMk IT St3root I 7 Tfi jLiOiiisirille Soxxortlx c5 aro3fe3rsso33 IV5Coix3L - Xm3rxiLlsjrojrt