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Digital page images are linked to the text file. nBmsSflm The Volume XIV A THRILLING Frankfort Eotodabout A WEKKLY J a GEO A LEWIS Publisher APER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS KY TERMS 100 In Advmnoe PKANKFOKT FEBRUARY 7 1891 Number 22 RIENCE Escape EXPE Statement of Remarkable Danger and Personal Providential The following storywhich is wide attention from the press Is so remarkable that we can- Â¬ not excuse ourselves if we do not lay it before our readers entire To the Editor Rochester N Y Demo- On the first day of June 1881 my reisdence in this city surrounded by my friends and wait Â¬ ing for death Heaven only knows the agony I then endured for words can never describe it And yet if a few years previous any one had told me that I was to be brought so low and by so terrible a disease I should have scoffedattheidea I had always been uncommonlystrongandhealthy I lay at Sir ttrati it ftr - experience what pain or sickness were Very many people who will Toad this statement realize at times that they are unusually tired and cannot account for it They feel dull pains in various parts of the body and do not understand why Or they are exceedingly hungry one day and ing I therefore state deliberately entirely without appetite the next and as a physician thatl believe more This was just the way I felt when the than one half the deaths which occur xn relentless malady which had fastened America are caused by BrighVs disease itself upon me first began Still I of the kidneys This may sound like thought nothing of it that probably a rash statement but I am prepared J had taken a cold which would soon to fully verify it Brights disease pass away Shortly after this I has no distinctive features of its own noticed a heavy and at times neural indeed it often develops without 11 2 glc pain in one side of my head but ony pain whatever in the kidneys or as it would come one day and be their vicinity but has the symptoms gone the next I paid little attention of nearly every other common com- Â¬ 11 2 to it Then my stomach would get plaint Hundreds of people die out of order and my food often failed daily whose burials are authorized to digest causing at times great in- Â¬ by a physicians certificate as occur- Â¬ convenience Yet evon as a physi ring from Heart Disease Appo 1 meetings and cian I did not think that these things plexv Spinal Com- - country prayer ours Paralysis schools but are still alive meant anything serious I fancied I plaint Pneu- Rheumatism was suffering from malaria and monia and other common com- - C M Demaree who has been at- 1 11 doctored myself accordingly x But I plaints when in reality it is from tending the B S college at Louis- Â¬ got no better l next noticed a pe Â¬ Brights disease of the kidneys ville is at home culiar color and odor about the fluids Few physicians and fewer people The County Union this that there I was passing alsoone day and were realize the extent or thii disease or place on Monday Feb meets atMem Â¬ Dth very its dangerous and insidious nature large quantities bers of adjoining lodges are invited little the next and that a persistant It steals into the system like a thief to attend froth and scum appeared on the surÂ¬ manifests its presence if it all by the And commonest symptoms and fastens face and a sediment settled Jumbo yet I did not realize my danger for itself in the constitution before the indeed seeing these symptoms victim is aware of it It is nearly-- as continually I finally became accus- Â¬ hereditary as consumption quite as Tlie Wonderful Tower tomed to them and my suspicion common and fully as fatal Entire The highest structure in the world was wholly disarmed by the fact that families inheriting it from their an Â¬ is Eiffel Tower at Paris 1000 feet T had no pain in the affected organs cestors have died and yet none of the high But the great discovery of or in their vicinity Why I should number knew or realized the mys Â¬ Franklin Miles is certain to tower Dr far Tiave been so blind I cannot under Â¬ terious power which was removing above it in promoting human hap Â¬ stand them Instead of common symptoms piness and health This wonderful I consulted the best medical skill it often thows none whatever but nerve medicine builds up worn out in the land I visited all the famed brines death suddenly from convul systcims cures fits spasms headache mineral springs in America and sions appoplexy or heart disease nervous prostration dizziness sleep-Â¬ traveled from Maine to Oalifornia As one who has suffered and knows lessness monthly pains soxual Still I grew worse No two physi Â¬ by bitter experience what he says I troubles etc Mrs John R cians agreed as to my malady One implore everyone who reads these Miller of Valparaiso Ind and J D Â¬ said I was troubled with spinal irrita- words not to neglect the slightest Taylor of Logansport Ind gained tion another dyspepsia another symptoms of kidney difficulty no 20 pounds a month while taking it heart disease another general debil Â¬ one can afford to hazard such chances Finely illustrated treatise on Ner Â¬ ity another congestion of the base I make the foregoing statements vous Diseases and sample bottle of or the brain and so on through a based uponjfacts which I can sub- Â¬ the Restorative Nervine freo at J W long list of common diseases the stantiate to the letter The welfare Gayleadrug store who guarantees it symptoms of many of which I really of those who may possibly be suf 5 m had In this way several years ferers such as I was is an ample passed during which time I wbb inducement for me to take the step Information Wanted ateadily growing worse My con- Â¬ I have and if I can successfully warn really become pitiable others from the dangerous path in Clarence W Bowen Secretary dition had of The slight symptoms I had at first which I once walked I am willing to the Committee the Centennial of experienced were developed into endure all professional and personal Washingtons onInanguratiom 251 terrible and constant disorders My consequences Broadway New York desires infor- Â¬ weight had been reduco from 207 to J B Henion M D mation regarding the portraits of 130 pounds My life was a burden to Rochester N Y Dec 30 John Walker William Grayson myself and friends I could retain Theodorick Bland and Alexander no food on my stomach and lived White Members of Congress from wholly by injections I was a living Virginia These portraits for MemÂ¬ Between Tlie Pikes masB of pain My pulse was unconorial Volume aro particularly do trollable In my agony I frequently sired of portraits to the floor and clutched the car Â¬ Mr G L Mitchell is very much of the to complete tho list in Congress fell Virginia delegation pet and prayed for death Morphine indisposed at present writing at the time of Washingtons Inaugu- Â¬ had little or no effect in deadening Died at the home of the pain For six days and nights I near Hatton Mr Robt his brother ration Sargent of had the death premonitory hiccoughs pneumonia My water was filled Toiihancl9 Poisoned constantly Just In a recorit worlc on Heart Disease with tube casts and albumen I was Now is no this surprising struggling with Brights Disease of to think of it Our bachelor friend J e Franklin Miles tho noted spe the kidneys in its last stages Harrison Sudduth is contemplating cii3b gives many now and startling While suffering thus I received a matrimony and is seen wending his facts Thousands of people aro slow Â¬ call from my pastor the Rev Dr way in the same direction often ly poisoning themselves weakening Poote at that time rector of St tuMr hearts by tho ubg of tea coffee Miss Cora Sudduth and Master PaulB Episcopal Ohurch of this city tobacco and alcohol These aro of I felt that it was our last interview Robert were the guests lasttheir cous iiuurti wiups causing it to Deat rap- Sunday in Miss Nora Sudduth in the course of conversation Dr but wiy tnus gradually wearing it out Footo detailed to mo the many ro - Mr BnrbonPulliam who has been liruiuicmg snortnoss oi uroatn when markablo cures of cases like my own very sick for some tiuo we aro glad exorcising pains in tho side and which had come under his observa- Â¬ to learn is able to bo out again shoulder hungry and faint spells tion As a practicing physician and Mr Wash Sudduth was compelled Finally heart failure and sudden a graduate of the schools I doridod to come on horse back from his barn death For weakened and Irritatod the idea of any modicino outside the to his houso Saturday owing to tho hearts tho press everywhere highly regti a unannels being in the least high riBO recommend tho Now Heart Cure after tho rain So solicitous howover beiHtidiscovered by Dr Franklin Miles Nettie Okay was Dr oote that I finally promised whioli iB for salo at J W Gayloa WW drug stpro I would waive my prejudice I be Â¬ 5 gan its use on the first day of Juno WE CAN AMD DO 1881 and took it according to direc Â¬ ARE YOU MADE misorablo by In- Â¬ tions At first it sickened me but Guarantee Dr Ackers Blood Elixir digestion Consumption Dizziness thiol thought was a good sign for one for it has been fully demonstrated to Loss of Appetite Yellow Skin Shl Â¬ I con tho people of this country that it is lohB Vltalizer is a positive cure in my debilitated condition tinued to take it the sickening sen Â¬ superior to all other preparations for For salo by J W Gayle 28 sation departed and I was finally able elood diseases It isapositiveouro for iwii to rotain bod upon my stomach In syphilitic poisoning Ulcers Erup AND DEALER IN- a few days I noticed a decided tions and Pimples It purifies tho CANT SLEEP NIGHTS change for the bettor as also did my whole system and thoroughly builds lathe complaint of thousands suffer Â¬ My hiccoughs up tho constitution wife and friends 9 J W Gayle Druggist ing from Asthma Consumption ceased and I experienced less pain Coughs etc Did you over try Dr than formerly I was so rejoiced at Aoknors English Remedy It is the PIPE AND FITTINGS ETC STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO this improved condition that upon best preparation known for JOB AND CONTRACT WORK ALL WORK what I nad believed but a few days SHILOHS CATARRH REMEDY a Troublos Sold on a positiveall Lung guaran Â¬ GUARANTEED before was my dying bed I vowed In positive cure for Catarrh Diphtheria tee at 25c and 60c the presence of my family and and uanKer moutn 9 W Gayle Druggist J 2i For sale by J W Gayle iriends should I recover I would In roar of Salendors Grooery FRANKFORT KENT Â¬ -- and weighed over 200 pounds and hardly knew in my own both publicly and privately make known this remedy for the good of humanity wherever and whenever I had an opportunity and this letter is My im- in fulfillment of that vow rovement was constant from that ime and in less than three months I nad gained 26 pounds in nesn Became entirely free from pain andl- - believe I owe my life and present condition wholly to Warners Safe Cure the remedy which I used Since my recovery I have thoroughly reinvestigated the subject of kid- Â¬ ney difficulties and Brights disease and the truths developed are astound- Â¬ SHOES YM Powder o E A 3D Highest of all In Leavening Power V Govt Report Aug aft iM Baking Defoe nJzJ ABSOLUTELY PURE -- iLtO-wr rr- 3 - Â¬ Pedestrianwill find soft traveling in these parts MrW H Rucker who has been confined to his bed is improving somewhat at this writing Miss Rose Jessee is visiting the family of Mr Spencer Olaxon Dr J F Jessee and wife are visiting his father near New Castle 4 Mr Fletcher Claxon of this place made his best girl a visit near Monte- Â¬ rey the first of this month It is a long ways to go but I think he will he r Rev Spates of Eminence whose preacmng maices cnurcn going a pleasure assumed the duties of pastor of M E Ohurch at this place on Sunday February 1st Miss Pinkie Jessee formerly of New Castle visited the family of W H Moore at this place last week Miss Ella Shuck of Pleasureville is visiting relatives near this place We are having bad weather for Sunday-Â¬ R K McCiures VI tf Ladies Kid Button Shoes Grain Glove Grain Button Shoes Misses Grain Shoes 95c 95c Womens Front Lace Shoes w Lot Womens Heavy Shoes Lot Boys Boots 13 95c 80c 75c 75c 50c 50c COME BEFORE ALL GONE Cash Only These Prices For R K McCLURE BUY YOUR Â¬ HARDWARE FROM The Leading Hard ware Merchants - 1 Law riiiifcl m m -- PEACTICAI umber GasssSf earn Fitter Â¬ Sas Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Closets A i f who knew her She leaves two daugh Â¬ Revenue Assignments mnnauninsimnanfliiiBiiuniffl ters Misses Pattio and Lucy Burnley DO Following aro the assignments of COUGH to mourn her loss The funeral will MissLetitia Klniris visiting rela- - tako place this morning at 11 oclock rovenuo officers to distilleries in and Do yon know that a littlo cough is n dangerous tives in Lexington thing i Aro you aware that it often fastens on the around Frankfort for tho month of from the Episcopal Church Miss Elenorn Moore of Louisville lungs and far too often runs into Consumption and M February lyiB visiting friends in this city cuds in Death Ieoplo suffering from Asthma W day J N Blako Bnshford J Circuit Court Bronchitis Pneumonia and Consumption will nllij TMV TT f1 Tti mirrnu 1ms vnflivilfifl mores distillery No 90 Farmdalo tell you that from a trip to Wnco Texea Brown Orlando night W A Gaines The February term of the Frank Â¬ 112 OJMHSPJi P fTMM Co No 4 Frankfort Miss Qormlv of Louisville is the lin Circuit Oouri met in this city on Hurst D D additional John B3 ti ivt l tV Iguest of Miss Maggie Newman V Monday with Judge Warren Mont Cochran Co No 37 near Frank- Â¬ to neglect Can JgGMi wtu s0you affordmutter AroityouCan you triflo f ft TVTJoa TAvtln Will lmn rfono fn linr olri soiiow sx JSlifSMSS award that fort on tho bench and Common Â¬ fort u McGillaway day Labrot home in Hartford to visit relatives wealths Attorney John Gaunt in at Graham No 52 John Frankfort IDE near is vis- - tendance The following gentlemen - Mrs- Garner of Winchester Mitchell F A day George T yfor Coughs Colds and Consumption i3 beyond question tho greatest of o JVL Adams Itmg her sister Mrs u compose the juries for the term Stagg Co No 113 near Frankfort 8 Modern Remedies It will stop a Cough in one night It will check a Cold in Misses Nettie and Louise Hughes Morris W S day John Cochran a day It will prevent Croup relievo Asthma anucure Consumption if taken Grand jury Reuben Brown R A A 25 cent bottle may savo you You cant afford to be without it Co No 37 near Frankfort in time have returned from a visit to Lexing Wilson W J Lewis Jesse Hockor ton Owen W R additional E H Tay- Â¬ I 100 in Doctors billsmay savo your life Ask youv druggist for it or write smith J D RobinBon Job Smith lor jr to W H Hooker Co 40 West Broadway New York for book Sons No 43 near Frank- Â¬ George Inman has returned W P i Mrs MIUBIIWBilliMllllSIniMM Hudson sr A Q GaineB Thos fort from a visit to Lexington and George Phelps Z J day George T Stagg Bedford Owen Tapp J S Wilson town Frankfort Geo S Graves Jno Sanders AVm Co No 2 near D For Sale by Miss Marv Connors is quite ill at Rummans J night Labrot M Webster Graham No 52 near Frankfort the residence of her mother on High- - Hiatt J J Jones and Suofield F M night John Cochran view Petit jury No 1 R Kirk P C Co No 37 near Frankfort Miss Rebecca Johnson has returned Towles W 0 Bedford Chap Thom Â¬ Smoot night George T from a visit to relatives in Knoxville as H Davis Harrod Jno Trumbo Stagg Co J H2 and 113 near FrankNob Tenn W M Jett R M Trumbo J H fort Mr Frank W Gray of Cincinnati Orutcher W B White M Sheets Stivers F P additional W A Co No 4 Frankfort Gaines has been visiting relatives in this city and P Armstrong this week Stuart GW day W A Gaines Jury No 2 Joe Robinson Wilder Co No 106 near Frankfort Mrs Mary A Todd of Indepen- Â¬ Sugden Jonas night E H Taylor THE GREAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY1 FOR Dupuy Wm McEwan J W Satter dence Mo is visiting Mr and Mrs Sons Frankfort George A Lewis whito J W Payne J Sheets Phil Â¬ jr WoodM No 53 nearW A Gaines F night W ilk Co No 106 near Frankfort Mrs B T Quinn of Georgetown lip Goins M Baker Wm Graham spent several days with relatives in W Smith H I Todd and H Pols GAUGERS this city the first of the week SALT RHEUM ECZEMA WOUNDS BURNS grove Berryman J W to W A Gaines Miss Adele Gaines of Bellepoint On Tuesday Josse Smoot white c SORES CROUP BRONCHITIS Co No 105 and E H Taylor has returned to school at Jessamine was tried upon the charge of forging Sons jr Female Institute Nicholasville the name of J T Deakins to a check Long J H to John Cochran Co v THflo TVHoo Tnfffn Tpp Pofor nf and was acquitted On Wednesday w Send three two cent stamps for free sample box and book- WW ww Lewis J B special duty with rev- Â¬ liUU I jjomsvuie is visiung ner f rents Mr and Mrs James Mgranapa Edmund Kennedy colored was tried enue agent O G to N Blake Todd L McAlister J Monday af-- upon the charge of house breaking more and G T Stagg Co No 113 Â¬ Mr Ohas Newton left Gra DM to Labrot Pinkerton 2tornoon for a months stay at Hot having broken into the tailor shop of ham and GlenS Spring Distillery Com Mr M Nickles and stolen a lot of Springs Arkansas for his health FOR MEDICINAL BATH TOILET AND NURSERY PURPOSES pany Miss Rose Crittenden has returned clothing was found guilty and given Walcutt C M to the Newmarket ILL I from a visit to her uncle ex Gov T a term of five years in the Peniten Â¬ Company in Kansas City Mis tiary and Kahr Taylor who stabbed T Crittenden Weitzel J U to W A Gaines iiouri No 2 For sale by James Kincaid on Broadway last Co NoH4 George T Stagg Co rectifi- Â¬ SonB Taylor jr and E Mrs R D Rash who has been vis- - summer was fined 50 i Dec 13 ly ers Lfiw Mrs W TT Snfifid in thiH olrv left Monday afternoon for her home STOREKEEPERS AND GAUGERS More of Worse in St Louis Origler Nash J D to Mullens Miss Mary Brockenbrough Fitz- you gentlemen who No 105 Stamping Ground Now then hugh of Lexington who has been THAT CAN BE RELIED ON M Saffell Shepherd S S V visiting the Misses Stanton in this doubted that the postal card con- Â¬ No 91 Frankfort to J J BE UP city has returned home tained the matter we published two TO Mr and Mrs John E Miles and weeks ago what do you say to the For Rent My two story residence THE MARK daughter Miss Mary Keath leftTues- - following claim of Mr Woodson that at Forks of Elkhorn with large gar- Â¬ A day for Jacksonville Fla to spend he can write ten thousand words den For terms c address BEARS THIS MARK T the remainder of the winter Mrs Mary Warren legibly upon the same surface Indi 233 Madison St Miss Lyda Scott who has been vis- - vidully our faith is weak on the easy Louisville Ky 22 3t iting at Mr B B Jeffers for the past few months returned to her home at as rolling off a log part especially f Jacksonville Illinois Tuesday morn Â¬ as he says futher on that it requires ing great patience and a steady nerve Mrs Thaddeus Smith of Pelee Is Our experience in rolling off a log land Ontario who has been visiting necessary of a her brother Mr John E Miles in is that neither was Monday to visit friends successful performance of that feat this city left But read what he has to say at Midway NEED NO LAUNDERING P Sir Knights J W Pruett Deputy Glasgow Va Rockbridge Co1 CAN WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMENT Grand Commander V A Kalteri-j- February 3 1891 THE ONLY brun and George A Lewis of Frank-- Editor Roundabout Physicians Couldnt Cure Himw fort Commandery No 4 attended the I felt very much flattered 1689 that mv One SBDAMsvjixr Hamilton Co0 JuneToalo COLLAR IN THE MARKET fe funeral of Sir Knight John Finzer bottle of friendsand you amongthem thought cared wo entirelyPutor Koenlgs Nervetried It 33w m liouisvine on xnursaay after hy6lcians had highly enough of the postal card I ad-Â¬ onsuccessfuijyforSiuuutustorcllevoineof ner W llPKNNKFBLD Mrs M L Campbelland Miss Nata- - dressed to John W Payne to publish Vona debility fr lie Sawyier of Frankfort spent last it Herewith accept my thanks for People can Hardly Believe it Tuesday in town miss sawyier will your pleasing and complimentary Jehsevville III May 30th 1888 taKe art lessons at tne seminary ana notice at first and especially that in that my boy la plcasnro I 2f will come from Frankfort once a your last issue coming to my defense stilltake right he to let yoa known of tho spasms linn not had any all iweek During her long residence againBt those doubting Thomases since about March 20th Tho peoplo can hardly fact thnt from inhere Mrs Campbell was well ac- Â¬ This is all good and nice enough but believe itmoro thobelieve ho ho had as many as 18 was a quainted with the old town but she as I put so little on the card compared a day or his lifeI but did not showTery nerroas any signs of child all Vwas surprised at the many recent to what I can legibly write on its one spasms until last December nftor which they Queenswarc nnd Fancy China Tea Sets 56 came in regnlar ncceRion and I had 3 doctors changes and improvements In fact surface under a magnifying glass of extending The larg Â¬ pieces 3 Dinner Sets from 850 up could do nothing for him nor jiow ucuigowwu wmii t nureeii uuru wUuruBt mui ib un buuuuh tunny to me even tell nswho was t he mat tor I had despaired est stock in Central Kentucky to select presentswhat new nouses and bustle around the I can succeed in writing down over of his ever getting well until I got Koenlgs rirora After railroad depot was in the nature of a ten thousand words and do it as easy Nerve Tonic well and tnking not omlo a bottleful Ima nothnu theleostaign of got quite be revelation to her Georgetown Times as rolling off a log at that This Bpasms since Respectfully You re Stoves Tinware and Home Furnishing Goods would cover about three full pages MRS E LEXTON Cook Stoves from 475 up Heating Stoves of the Roundabout You will find I testify to the facts as stated above to be from 3 up HARTY Pastor JAS Read His Ad plenty readers who will doubt this itrlctly true too but there is not one of them who nervous di Plumbing and Gas Fitting Tin Roofing and Our Mr L F Johnson assignee for W would dare to bet that I can not But seases Pamphlet for sufferers ofaddress and to any Guttering Job work of all kinds in both branches I assure you it requires great patience poor will be sent free obtain this medlclns L Jett request all parties who have and a steadiness of nerve patients can also done promptly ami guaranteed to be first class possessed from ns claims against his assignor to present by out lew rou seemed to be curi- free of chargehas been prepared by the Reverend remedy This the peat Wayne them to him properly proven See ous to know how many days and Pastor Kcenlg of Fort prepared Ind forbia direc under I have the largest stock in my different lines nights I spent on my card to Mr ten years and la now ad in another column tion by the to be found in Central Kentucky and at prices CO Pajne I did this while we were KOEfHO MEDICINE Give me a call- that are beyond all competitor COIClflOi ILL snow bound Christmas week and BO Witt aUtim oor OUatot It SOLD BY DRUGGISTS only spent about a couple of hours Broke Ground Bottles for f 5 about midday getting the advantage Price 91 per Bottle work Mr John 0 Mastin has commenced of daylight This kind ofeyes is tooÂ¬ J W GAYLE Druggist Frankfort Ky trying and severe on the by gasÂ¬ making foun- Personal WHY YOU i n iv Â¬ ygmrs ACKERS CLBS3 ROflEDYS 1 J T7 C3-u2X-- E- Â¬ 01 D PILESI CUFF PILESI l price 50 cents TK R O I D SOPS R TAR OID CO CHICAQO PHIL aEiOlTiEIEB 3Tot and It every WATERPROOF COLLAR or to Split TRADE Â¬ AtSS vittiKKiG EUuloiD Mark K P LINEN LINED WATEBPROOP i JOHN T BUCKLEY H - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mmlm the excavation for the light dation of his new residence upon the We are now blessed with more pro- lot on Third street reeently purchased itious weather The snow after ingering more than six weeks has by him of Mrs Chesnutt disappeared and we are again in the DR W B SCOTT JOHN T BUCKLEY Will Wed Wednesday Rev Humphrey Polsgrove and lies Mildred Moore will be married t the residence of the brides uncle Ir James M Wakefield on Wednes lay morning at 10 oclock Death of Mrs Burnley Mrs Frances A Burnley died at her homo on Wapping street Thursday afternoon of heart failure aged 81 years after a weeks illness She was a daughter of Judge George M Bibb who was Chief Justice of the Court of Appeals Secretary of the U S Treasury and twice U S Senator from Kentucky and a granddaugh ter of Gov Charles Scott Her hus band the late Albert Burnley was Publio Printer under President Zaoh- iry Taylor Mrs Burnley had been a member of k Ascension OJittrcJ Jnihia city from Its Organization and vaa a lady highly tedangpectly beloved by all Â¬ of ONTARIO VETERINARY COL The Glasgow Development Co for Bros whom I am laying out this town liverylege Toronto Canada Office ut Church 2m f eb7 stable property is composed mostly of some of the wealthiest men in Norfolk Va and others in Ironton O and Chicago Last week I had a pleasant trip over to that famous oyster city and CLAIMS while there took a jaunt over to Vir Â¬ ALL PERSONS W HAVING will presentAOAINST L Jett estate of them to ginia Beach and for the first time in me proven according to luw on or before the L Y my life laid eyes on the broad Atlan Â¬ flrst day of Muy 1891 Assignee JOHNt ON of W L Jett tic and left my foot prints on the 22tml sands of the seashore The wind waB blowing a gale the waves were roll- Â¬ ing to a great height the lashing of L the shores and roaring were fairly deafening and altogether was one of the fineBt sights I have ever seen To day has been another auspicious one for Glasgow and a great impetus PROPOSALS FOR LEASE Â¬ field Veterinary Surgeon NOTICE i roam Ha for Ill Bo Infants and Children T Sour Stomach Diarrhoea Eructation Kill Worm girea Bleep and promotes d- iWitEoutiaJarioua medication For Bereral years I hare recommended Caatorta and ahall always pontlnue to Sour as it basinTariably produced beneficial result Edwin F Pardh M D Mlb Wlnthrop 126th Street and 7th Are New York City OeuMwr W Monm flmaaw I recommend ltM auperior to aay pratcriptioo E A Anoaota X D known to me Oxford 8t Brooklyn If The use of CaMon to aonnlTeraal and tts merits ao well known that it aeema a work Caaterlftiaaoirall adapted to ehBdiwtha Oaatoria cam Oolle Ooaacfpatko by its securing 500000 English capi- Â¬ tal This is tho one third of the nsurea its future success I am at present too much pressed fot time to write more D has been added to its development of 1500000 and practically Meade Woodson Sealed proposals for lease of the Frankfort Oihtu Howe for two years from October 1 1891 will be revived by the City Clerk until Tuesday Feb 10 1891 witlunereLuo Zte Faator Bloomlngdale Batormed Church kW DD New York City plaint you have a printed guarantee on every bottle of Shilohs Vitilizer It never fails to cure 28 For sale by J W Gayle FOR DYSPEPSIA and Liver Com Â¬ At 7 oclock p m Specifications may be obtained from the City Clerk The cltyreserves the right to reject any and all bids By order of the Board of Councllmen CHAS O PAYNE City Cleric FgiKxroBT Kr Jan 27 1801 Tn Cmrraun Nw Yon 1 TO Buggies Collars THE FARMER 1 We desire to say we have one of the largest lines of The best Collar Pad you ever saw for 40c Work Bridles 75c No 20 for 8950 No 19 for 9 urreys and Farm Implements Chains Back Bands Hames Bridles c c Ever shown in Frankfort Also a large line of PLOW GEAR such as 125 Oliver Chilled Plow V e have a harness maker and can do your repairing or make you any thing wanted in the harness line KL Opposite Court house CO- - COME AND SEE US Tlie Plow Cut Successful Trainer WE WILL SAVE YOU MONEY O LmjjuMAWWttiyj CRUTCHER taatoun B Dont -- A B Hutchings of Danville Look it up in Mastin Bros ad and had such success the past summ who r in read what they have to say to the the Blue Grass Circuit with Evange- Â¬ public Then go and see them and line Mimic HixieMcGregor and oth Â¬ ers writes have used Quinns Oint buy what you need in their line ment lor some time ana tmnK it su- Â¬ perior to all others for Bog Spavans Got Anotlier Job Try it and Curbs it has no equal o Bryant formerly trav- Â¬ Mr Ben L eling passenger agent of the St LouisÂ¬ terAir Line who had charge of thisRail- Â¬ N As the name implies On the Front- Â¬ now with the L ritory is good service Ben has a ier is a story in which life on the road doing borders of civilization is depicted It host of friends in this section who is a melo drama wherein a love story will be glad to hear he has another is surrounded by any number of ex- Â¬ citing adventures While the theme good position is conventional however the author m has deviated from the western plays ENTITLED TO THE of the past and has made her hero BEST in love witn a girl of his own sphere All are entitled to the best their of life instead of bringing a woman money will buy so every family from the scenes of refinement and education simply to be rescued by should have at once a bottle of the the hero and finally married by him best family remedy Syrup of Figs to The love scene in the second act be- Â¬ or two cleanse the system when costive bot--tl- tween Jack and Blueflower gem children of the forest is a 100 bilious For sale in 50c and There is no dearth of action or of by all leading druggists 22 m striking situations and the audience m testified last night that the love for Seem to Remember border drama is stroner Plays in which Indians scouts and soldiers popular and On We must again remind our friends figure are generallypopular play and lengthy obituary the Frontier is a of rugged western who send us a faithful picture notices with the request to publish life them that they must be paid for at James M Hardie made an effective ina strong actor lialf the regular advertising rates hero He iscentral character and a with vested the We have several which have been virile romanticism which won the sent to us without the name of the hearts of his auditors Miss Sara did good work and writers accompanying them and the Von Leer also company was excel- Â¬ will understand the supporting parties interested lent NY World why they have failed to appear m m If the young men who call to see Paymaster Lyceum their girls these long winter evenings do not wish to be met on the steps Miss Laura is sick First Lieuten Â¬ with the words Hbt Emmet OConnor a cold and ant and paymaster Ohas Ohapelle withbetter keen cant be seen they them well sumilied Steve Maley had Xarry OBrien W T Raymond with Dr Bulls Cough Syrup It costs Houghton Peoples Theatre Disorders which Affect the Sidneys Aro among the most formidable known HI Abetcs Brights disease gravel and other complaints of tho urinary organs aro not orÂ¬ dinarily cured in severe eases but thoymay bo averted by timely medication A useful stimulant of the uriuary glands has ever been found in Uostctters Stomach Bitters a med Â¬ icine which not only affords tho requisite stimulus when they become inactive but in creases their vigor and secretive power By increasing the activity of tho kidneys ana bladder this medicine has the additional effect of expelling from tho blood impurities which it is tho peculiar office of those organs to eliminate ana pass off The Bitters is also a purifier and strengthenerof the bowels an lnvigorant of the stomach and a matchless remedy for biliousness and fever and ague It counteracts a tendency to premature decay and sustains and comforts the aged ana Inflrfn u 3 Hiic rKdiuznBrasajniiBiiiiiB jk As JgS iiSEainaTEiO Hcrai iisto ibtet awm Cd nun LI Pi IX SPAVINS WINUrUtFS and ull enlargements absolutely removed by ar r rmTmiin ml i a 7rrM on TIV1ENT H9iitvfa Hiiimsan vbf w a M i usnns -i U mm M E5 iiiEirsxiEimiEniaxxsiri may ton umipays One bottle curwl a very tad case of blood spavin on n niaru for which I have since been offered 800 I would not bu without lt If lt cost fj10 a bottle We have hundreds of such testimonials Price S130 per bottle AsIc your druggist for It If be does not ketp It send us 12 2c Mamps for trial box IV B EDDY CO Whitehall N Y V UDiamBrjBDHMJWjttnKMJBmttiHJiB iiircj u wmEivimmmTimwim It nas the unqualified endorsement of our lead-uj norscmen una veterinarians vs7 Jr SV Mb C E Dinehart Guhier ttatr Bank HVTA 75 cts up to 21- - Smyrna rugs all sizes from Weitzel 600 ODonnell A CHILD KILLED Another child killed by the use of opiates given in the form of Soothing Why mothers give their Syrup children such deadly poison is surpris Â¬ ing when they can relieve the child of its peculiar troubles by using Dr Ackers Baby Soother Itcontainsno opium or morphine SclA by 9 J W Gayle Druggist S J THOMPSON -- IS PREPARED TO FILL ALL WDER5 FOR- - es mm 83 3m Cot Flowers and Floral Deigns -- FOR Funerals Tleplione Connection Weddings - - - Louisville Ky Â¬ 261 West Jefferson Street Shortest and quickest between CINCINNATI AND JACOB SWIGERT CO IjfcTSTTKAJFTaiE GKEIfcTTS Car Â¬ -- The at FRANKFORT Only direct llnebetween Frankfort lisle Georgetown and Paris Fal Â¬ John DawsonLouiB Homel Miss Lillian Sohovelin Htbel Miley CATARRH CURED health and MoyanSulUvanMiss Olara Coleman sweet breath secured by Shilohs Mrs Hele 1 OConnor Catarrh Remedy Price 50 cents Mrs Isabella Preston Nasal Injector free Fof sale by J Miss Olive Wall W Gayle NeiVv O Conno 27 Mrs William J Harding Miss Oassie Fawcett KagorneM for Electrical Iuformatlon 1 Mlss May Hallock nnttin r Miss Ida Simmons Xfittift I Adit Hardings An interesting sign of the great desire Franois Reginald Hammersley Fredrick Maynard Jas McDuff Wro J Harding Ohas J Harris Henry Upton R Gregory Patrick Fitzgerald tfaysrille Cyathiana only 25 cents a bottle Of all the liniments oils and lotions upon the market and their name is legion Salvation Oil is the best and most popular Price 25 cenas Have Removed From the Baltzel Building mouth and Covington ASK FOR TICKETS BY VIA KY MIDLAND TIME oust H101 -- TRAINS RUM CENTRAL STANDARD 2i3sr sTeEEi to of thE TIME TABLE DEC 15 1890 A M Pm Pass No 3 No 7 Mixed 12 N MD 102 MN STREETS Basement Capital Hptel new advertisement in a TRAINS EAST Lv Frankfort No 1 Pass 6 45 Columbia is doing in this publio spirited way can be done by other American For Rent A two story house with seats of learning surrounded by great Cor 7ooms Apply MurrayJ and Campbell populations Kw York Commercial Hughes 327 to W Btreetff Advertiser H tr streot Murray m flW 12 43 of the general public to acquire sound 23 1 07 The aim of melo dramas now beforeÂ¬ even if elementary ideas of electricity Ar Georgetown 060 147 theaterthe publio is to presentto theclimaxes and electric arts lias been given in the Lt Genrgtn via Q fc C 7 24 3 06 05 of exciting goer a series 10 15 rush for tickets for tho course to be Clnclnnntl L 600 Snd strong situations with no a Â¬ given at Columbia college It has been Ar Georgetown 6 55 2 05 05 Lv 7 11 2 25 20 tempt at reality or life like natural- the desire of President Low from the Newtown 7 22 2 45 31 Centrevllle ness This has happily been avoidedÂ¬ first to place the college in sympathy 3 15 7 41 50 in The Pa master wnich was pre- with popular intellectual needs and ArParls via K C 4 25 763 night Paris sented a the Lyceum Jast every tendencies and in its way this series of Lv Cov ton 6 37 10 44 On G45 10 50 before a largo aadionre un- Â¬ electrical lectures meets just such a Ar Cincinnati side we ceo iustratoas where the 7 55 Lv Paris via K C 8 43 deserving i trying to get the upper want as if unsatisfied leads often to rvii iisin 10 10 downright evil and loss The tickets Ar Maysvlllo Tiandof- strugglirg humanity 1127 niiv a frmifrht with anv cost 10 for tho series and the whole Lv Paris via K C 12 10 Winchester or good points which arenoGft hundred of thera have already been numbor I 7 20 35 uncommon in every vny mu mo snapped up while fnrther applications Ar Richmond v v I M M was seen in Minneapolis last season are received daily Each lecture will be a a so that extended criticism iB unneces- Â¬ accompanied by experiments so that No 2 No 4 No 8 No 12 Pass Piss Mix Mix sary hero Sufflco to say it was giv- each auditor will TRAINS WEST catch tho train train train train en a very creditable production at meaning of every bo able to or process 1 appliance Lv Richmond via K C i 10 1 05 the Lvceum last night Tho cast it 5H 7 15 Winchester somovviint of an improvement over and do everything except see the current Paris 2 33 748 Jast season The scenery is flow that of 1 50 C 6 20 Muysvulo The 100 subscribers to the lectures are Lv Carlisle via K new in every instance The steno of 6 50 3 20 4 10 7 40 the exterior of Inslavaguo prison gonorally professional men and people of Ar Paris 2 20 with the river scene beneath being education who feel that ignorance of Lv Cincinnati via KC 2 2i Covington especially good one of the greatest and most pervading 6 87 Charles Ohappollo as Robert EmmitÂ¬ agencies of tho times cannot be encluml Ar Paris 4 50 0 8 30 Paris gave a finished perform Lawyers to whom electrical matters are Lv Centrevllle OConnor 5 20 C25 8 50 escape 5 35 a 02 ance and when ho made his 658 Newtown that the 5 55 0 20 704 from Inslavaguo prison Jumped into brought capitalists who knowyet boon Ar Georgetown Lv Clntl via Q t C 7 00 400 the waters beneath The audience electrical fortunes have not 7 01 9 62 broke forth into rapturous applause mado yet who cannot now discriminate Ar Georgetown 6 50 7 00 0 51 Mai oy as Larry OBrien was students desirous to be instructed as to Lv Georgetown Stove Stumping Ground 10 lJ 7 31 7 29 humorous and comical Miss Lillian the latest ideas and doctrines in oleo 7 47 10 36 755 Swltzer 10 44 755 8 15 Shovelin as Ethel Milty was smooth tricity mechanicians and inventors ou Klkhorn Ill 00 8 10 8 45 will be and artistic The Paymaster Monday the watch for new opportunities all Ar Frankfort seen at tho Opera House represented on tho list What TRAINS DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY theso are A JKn 1 Elkiiorn Swltzcr Stamplrg Ground 558 12 25 J8They will fill this space with an entirely short time LOflSmIiHlULlll The quisk an direct root from fo le yu 111 WHILE to lonnsis m tems One hundred and fifty miles Â¬ The BEST FLOUR is the SHORTEST TO LITTLE ROCK And tbe oolj rotrta CREAM Without Change of Cars It lou are going to emigrate to XI FLOUR Sherman Dallas Fort Worth Austin Houstin This Is th night Feb 9th HOWARD ORBISON Agent GEO n HMIPEK Geu Superintendent VERNON CLARK General Passenger Agent CLAUDE BOWLS City Ticket Agent GENERAL OFFICES FRANKFORT KY made by the Lexington CHEAPEST AND REST RO0TE Roller Mills Co Lexing- Â¬ Mo change of cars to ton Ky For sale by all M0HTG0MEEY MOBILE MEMPHIS first class Grocers AID NEW 0RLEAN8 Ve tarttier information ail rest Dont fail to use Cream Flour if you want good C P ATMCtfRE QP TA lOBiaVIiitJE MNTO0KT Bread and a happy Cook -- 1 L stitesflsisiiifM QLZy PPJQPftrnSlHPPTm tP TTJit Vl xj1fni SfWIWiwriir ljyT T TlTiTTi v - rv Tf T iJrVrTrTSTr7iFT iTyjTs 7 Kfea EV D9 We begin the new year Tl WJLJU LUUIC UUUJllJlCbC line of goods than ever before i4-T- - PLO ii wira Lili ii i mKT SS of every description and and repairs for same Harrows Seed Sowers Corn Planters Cultivators fcc Buggies Pheatons Surrys and Road Carts A full line of In many styles iJMii i Hand made Harness S3 i all prices Wagon o - Harness Plow Gear In all sizes and variety of SADDLES What we advoriise you will find we kveiu I it to your interest to eaii and see us nre73 TSRGia ALL KINDS OF FIELD SEEDS ttov And we are sure that we can make afsn iswsraa rflSCTjwasaBQrevsMomTffirVw FKAMFOBT KOUiNDiJSUli faltered at the poat oOlce ut Frankfort Kuumicki aa second class mailable matter fiEO A LEWIS Editor and FubHMirr FItANKFORT FEBRUARY 7 1801 Deatli of a Rernarkafcle Centenarian Mrs Betsey Averill said to be the oldest person in Connecticut as well as the oldest pensioner in the United States died at her home New Preston in that State on the 10th of January aged 103 years 8 months and 11 days She was born inSouthbury Conn on the 5th of May 1787 and was a rela- Â¬ tive of Mr W H Averill and Miss Lou Averill of this city and Mr M D Averill of this county Her hus- Â¬ band died in 1861 their wedded life lasted about 49 years They had five children only two of whom are now living a son 72 years old and a daughter 60 She left sixteen grand children twenty seven great grand children and one She joined the Congregational Church when 21 years of age and was an active worker in the church Sunday school and in every tem- Â¬ perance movement the rest of her life She could hear and understand ordinary conversation could read good print in clear weather and moved about quite readily in the house and out of doors up to the time of her death her memory being clear to the last Up to the time when she was stricken with her last illness which continued some two weeks her son said he did not re- Â¬ member the time before when she was not able to rise in the morning attend to her room and clothing and walk out to breakfast with the family nearly seventy years of per-Â¬ fect health and the meeting adjourned The board of directors immediately met Deatli of lIr Gus Talbott and re elected the following officers Mr Gustavus Talbott one of the Judge Wm Lindsay President Gen oldest citizens of this county died at D W Lindsey Vice President A H his home nearStedmantown on Wed- Â¬ McOlure Secretary and ELSamuel nesday afternoon about 4 oclock af Treasurer ter an illness of nearly four months with heart disease in the eightieth Frankfort High School year of his age No man stood high er in the community in which he Honors for the week ending Janu- Â¬ lived than did Mr Talbott The soul ary 30 SENIOH CLASS of honesty a model farmer a gentle Â¬ Roll of honor Sadie Grant 100 man of the old school ho held the respect and esteem of all who knew First honor Sadie Grant 100 him and went to his grave lamented Second honor Addie Rupo 99 by his neighbors and a large circle Third honor Georgia Payne 98 Virgie Nelson 98 of relatives and friends He leaves a widow and two sons JUNIOR CLASS Dr John Talbott of Hutchison Sta- Â¬ Roll of honor Maggie Daniel 100 tion Bourbon county and Dr Ac First honor Cecile McEwan 98 quilla Talbutt of Lexington and Second honor Maggie Oulter 97 five grandchildren to mourn his loss Edward Johnson 97 Third honor Mary Crutcher 95 The funeral took place yesterday morning at 11 oclock from the Metho Â¬ FIRST YEAR CLASS dist Church in this city of which Roll of honor Oinnie Theobald he had long been a member the ser- Â¬ 100 May Bohannon 97 Annie Cole- Â¬ vices being conducted by Rev H Q man 98 Julia McOlure 99 Mary Henderson and the remains were Nelson 99 laid to rest in the cemetery First honor Bessie Haydon 99 m Dessie Wingate 99 Their Golden Wedding Second honor Lizzie Pence 98 Paulie Brown 98 On the 4th of January 1841 Mr Fannie Morris 97 Jae R Watson then of this city and Third honor 97 Eliza Spaulding Miss Susan P May hall of this county were united in marriage at the home of the bride near Bridgeport is Bakers Famous Headache SpecificÂ¬ a positive and for by the Rev William Hickman and as aches in all theirsafe cureTry it head forms Sold the fourth of last month marked the by Wicklfffe Chapman 314 Maid 4 fiftieth milestone in their journey street great-greatrgrand-ch- Ambrose Wilson of Scott county while standing in front of the stable of Messrs Salyers Baker on Main street looking at a horse with a view to purchasing Monday afternoon the animal became restless and kicked at him striking him in the face breaking his nose and versary m inflicting an ugly wound The injury Change of Mauageszzcut was dressed by Dr E E Hume and Mr Wilson was able to return home who has the same afternoon Capt Riley Harpold been manager of the Frankfort Coal Elevator Company in this city for To Jaxvai the Monument the past two years has given up his position and will go upon the river The monument which his Masonic Cin- Â¬ brethren propose to erect over tho with Capt John Barrett of cinnati He has been succeeded by remains of the late Dr Rob Morris Mr Johnson Barrett Capt Harpold poet laureate of Freemasonry in the is a cever accomodating gentleman world has at last arrived at LaGrange with whom it was a pleasure to do and been placed in position and we business and we regret to see him are informed that the Grand Com mandery of Kentucky will be invited leave to unvail it on the day after the ad- Â¬ County Court journment of the grand conclave in this city next May e The crowd in town Monday at court was a large one and considerable busi Â¬ Appointed Chief of PoJice ness was done upon the streets Capt Edmund H Taylor of Louis- Â¬ D P Bentley auctioneer reports ville formerly of this city and late the following sales 12 horses from 15 to 110 4 milch cows from 4 to Warden of tho Kentucky Peniten- Â¬ tiary has been appointed Chief of 1750 0 mules from 15 to 75 Police of the Columbian Exposition H F Showalter auctioneer reports the following 21 head of cattle 1480 at Chicago and will enter upon the per head 4 mules 45 64 91 and discharge of his duties at once The 118 6 head of horses 23 14 position has a handsome salary at- Â¬ 29 3 mules 67 GSS0 48C2 and 121 tached 12 4 cows 19 250 and 22 6 head Cheap Rates to 12 3 cows 26 of calves N will sell round trip ex- Â¬ The L cursion tickets to De Funiak Springs Officers Re elected Florida February 1st to 10th inclu- Â¬ At the meeting of the shareholders sive at 2400 Good returning until of Kentucky Midland Railroad held March 26th Account of Florida at the City Council chamber on Satur- Chautauqua day morning thejoldboard of directors E P Bryan were unanimously re elected Judge Agent Wm Lindsay the President read his annual report which was received Good Sales along the pathway of married life it was quietly celebrated at their home in Louisville As it fell on Sunday only their children and a few rela- Â¬ tives were present The many friends of the Squire and his good wife hore at their old home wish them many happy returns and that they may yet live to celabrate their diamond anni Â¬ Kicketi in tlm Face Mr FARM t FOR- iHlOS - SALE W J GHINH JR Of- MORE OR 1ESS LY liixua tneFMiikfoit ami Flat CiecU pike I n Ialf miles from FrriKfoit Is offered three ui for tiiile iita bargain The laud is all fresh and A rood unwind of the Improvements nen choice fruit Never falHua wntir all oer the plaeo and null In the jard Terms eh Jan i Min JA SUDDUTH t FARM OF 100 ACHES Will practice in all State Courts fice second floor Cuitoin House Jan BU ly To ike Public milK FOLLOWING ARE THE LOW RETAIL 1 prices at Main Elkliorn Flour Mill SjSo per bbl Heat ltullsr Fitiiit Perfection rCperbbl Bet ad Patent Invincible fi 45 per bbl Uestliulir Flour 500 per bbl BestX X X Kent X X 850 per bbl Custom grinding boileltrd Discount on 500 mural lots S MARTIN EG ru J Sain MATTIES TH2 TO S Jan 17 2 Proprietor Kill mnhn t ilJJIi UI j KY Ratify ei FARM FOR SLAS of Elkhoinon the Kentucky rlwr In Franklin county It iiostlj bottom Mud and Is suitable tortne eiiltlvatlon ot coin and tobacco It Is llnely watered b ponds and springs and has It Imh upon about 20 acre- well Met la bhiegrisi It a uood jesdence toou burn and other neces si r j out buildings so lo atea as to make a de Â¬ lightful nuie For ternui call on or address my attorneys Scott vIolett Frankfort Ky J1AKY F QUARLES 1C hub Cm 1 334 MAIS STRKET 1 myfiril ejiilalnliu lTllacies at the mouth T OFFER FOR SALE AT A CHEAT MltOAIN FRANKFORT fty Hut log I Pouliry ivimiinaiiflaHiicBM Scl For Sale by 4 1 W Druggist GAYLE Old Market house Corner Florida ADamchlet of Information wand ab- -i J laws snowing ziow ioa vsirect oi i UDiain uareais irnae vuaru raienu ropmjtnu lent jru AdditM MUNN OUi s361 Broadway Hew Xortc us ITKAlVliXOKT Mar 1 - lvr IiY H Â¬ Dr W I Kelley ONE DQLLHH WEEKLY BUYS A GOOD GOLD WATCH OF CINCINNATI WILL BEAT IN FRANKFORT THE- - OHIO Bros ofPleasureville sold at the Planters Tobacco Ware- Â¬ house on the 28th of January 10 hhds of tobacco at tho following prices 1575 1675 1950 2050 2150 23 2350 2350 2350 2650 J TRiner BY OUR OLD B SYSTEM kuret patent stiffened gold cases are warranted lor M yenr waiuiun una jsigin movement reliable and well known Stem wind and set hunting or open fice ladys or gents size Equal to any 75 watoh We sell one ot these watches for Our 14 KY fn w m FRIDAY FEB 20 1891 FRIDAY MARCH 13 1891 BLEEDING Business Agent Jenkins has been elected business agent for the Far- Â¬ mers Alliance of this county He will give bond in a few days and en- Â¬ ter upon the discharge of his duties Mr John W 28 Â¬ und send to any address by registered tnnll or by express C O D with privilege of examina- Â¬ tion Our agent at Durham N C ni Our Jewelers have confessed tu dont know how you can furnish such work for th money CASH dLIND or ITCHIN6 little or no pain Cured wltOMt any lorglcat operation and wit Chlorofirm Llgiture or Knife It not neoeuatr with tali mode of treatise FISTULA IN ANO la eared FISSURES Ones wttlwat eatUng or tearing Stole His Chickens Some thief broke into the hen house of Mr Wm McEnnis in Belle wanted ut each place Write for particulars ULCERATION CATARRH EMPIRE WATCH CO 43 point Saturday night and carried off fifteen of his finest fowls and COMalden Lane New York N Y Miles Nerve and Liver Pills SLEEP IN PEACE B2 TTSI3STC3- Of the bowel eared hmmtm keen TUltlngthts city Dr led arly for nearly eveneais and the many cures he humane anou the wealthy and Inthratla citizens are sufficient evidence of hla bucobm 41 It l now a well eatablUhed fact that man ensea of the stomach liver kidney bladder womb and nervous system are either caused M amcravated by the coexistence ot PILXS FI8TD rt i LA FIS8TOK or BBCTAL Smallest mildest surest 50 doses for 25 cents Samples free at J W Gayles Frankfort Ky 45 ly An Important discovery They act on the liver stomach and bowels through the nerves A new principle FOR BED BUGS They speedily cure billiousness bad taste torpid liver piles and constipa- Â¬ This preparation Is superior to all others reasons tion Splendid for men women and the following bugs Instantly PRATTS KILLER fo OLCKB RltVKBUiCBSt Pr K K Qober Frankfort Ky Franklin Morris Graetensourg J T Stateu Frankfort Ky V children Â¬ Not if you go through the world a dyspeptic Dr Ackers Dyspepsia Tablets are a positive cure for the worst forms of Dyspepsia Indiges Â¬ retail tion Flatuleuoy and Constipation JOHN H STAOKHOUSE Guaranteed and sold by 9 IS LIFE WORTH LIVING season It possesses ad vantages over Insect powders In asmuch as It can be used In pliwes which they can not reach AIDBATUBDAYI Its odor Is agreeable and It Is warranted not to Injure carpets linen or furniture deeerlMag these dieoueB and the pamphlet No fatal effects can result from Its use as ft contains no poison which fact should give It u aaodeof treaUaeat seat free U auy one by ad dreaitng every household place In Sold In large bottles at 26 cents each M D For sale by WH AVERILL at wholesale and Â¬ only necessary to use It once or twice during the It kills the It effectually destroys their eggs therefore It Is Huihee Frankfort Ky David Moore Benson Kv Jas M Wlthrow Frankfort Ky DB K7ELXTB office and residence Is at SB errat BUhtn street Ctnelanatl and where a aaar be found every V f Htb week BXCIPT H MoClure Frankfort Ky Blchard FergniOB Frankfort Be a Herbertch Frankfort Ky L P- - Hulott Benson Ky M WJ IT FBIDlIi W CO 369 JvWGAYXB Druggist SOLE AGENTS t 4 octfn MU AKh Street PelUdalffcla W BMLNtlv p Wt MffatkaK Olnolnmitl fsj OOMiUIaTATXOir VMS M I KELLEY nymn ywpFmirT 7Krw 11 li - I IV few sleepy judges go to tho capitol Co S D Johnson and a score of impatient lawyers are get away as attracted there who Offer the following Bargains quickly as they can These are about 80 cts FKBRUAKY 71801 for 4 button kid gloves mAMKFORT the advantages a capitol is to a town to offset these is an enforced worth 125 and 95 cts for 4 button kid gloves worth hospitality on tho citizens to keop was Wise tho legislators in good humor Tho 150 for 8 button Suede Mosquo He 110 demoralization which these politi gloves his shadow on cians spread in tho community and taire cts for worth 175corset worth ITho grouricl hog bhw 55 a good the habits of idleness engendered 100 Monday and immediately skipped which is a demoralization hardly 125 for 0 P Corsets worth ifl75 lack into his hole and Tuesday night worse to a community than graver cts for ladies jersey vestB worth Ihemorcury in overy thormomotor in vices 50 Â¬ Loxington has not one signal ad Iho city tried to follow his example vantage to offer for tho capitol except 7650 cts for ladies jersey vests worth cts its central location and accessibility 75 cts for ladies jersey vests worth Wlicrc Docs it Go Its streets are a disgrace to any 100 civilized town its elections are car Â¬ And a great variety of articles During the nine months Post- ried by fraud and corruption its 110 for ladies jersey vests worth master Jas M Saffell has been m property is at tho mercy of any venal 150 95 cts for comforts worth 150 office the amount in money orders syndicate that can steal or buy a 500 for Ohenilo Porticrs worth has not Lone manufac nrViiali iina hnnn Rfnr from this citV charter and it r turingenterpriso to produce anything 750 750 for Chenilo Portiers worth to other places nas exceeuuu mu for export Tho money offered to amount paid on orders at this office the State for indemnity for loss by 1000 In order to induce our customers to buy flour packed in J0O tho capitol by G820 an average of 56833J per reason of a removal of 150000 voted 1200 for Chenile Portiers worth from Frankfort and the month 1100 for Chenile portiers worth by corruption for a few miles of rail 1500 road to be built towards Richmond 1700 for Chenile Portiers worth would furnish bonuses for eight or An Open Letter ten manufacturing establishments 2250 WE ARE- oz for Zephyr worth 7J 5 of inFalls N14 Y 90 that would employ thousandsadd ten cts cts an Skanbateles dustrious operatives and Feb 15 cts a hank for Qermantown people to our popu- Â¬ Thomas Please thousand white what the money al Wool worth 15cts Messrs Konyon lation This is send me as before lour dozen of your ready pledged or quasi pledged Novelty dress goods at cost Dr Halos Household Ointment would do for the prosperity of Lex20- The above articles with every paper sack of flour Ask your grocer Since so many have had Lagrippe and ington if applied in the right direc- Â¬ nnonmnnin T linVA hnd Great BUCCCSS for wnich is sought tobedivert N will sell round trip Tho L with the Ointment I saved the life of tion but foolish project of getting the New one man with the Household Oint- Â¬ ed tocapitol brought here It will first class tickets to Mobile and M ment He had pneumonia his lungs the be moved from Frankfort and Orleans at one fare February 6th to were filled up the doctor said he never any possibility it should be 9th inclusive good returning until by could not live he then sent and told if February 24th In paper sacks Every sack warranted moved the at once went with my wife to gobble it up Pirate of the Falls will E P Bryan me I Lexington Gazette mo two Agent see the man taken with large boxes of tho Ointment I first Nervous Prostration gave him a dose internally then ap Dr Bosnian plied it to his chest covering him with hotflanncls In less than half an Is a disease rapidly on the increaseÂ¬ hour he began to throw up matter in America AVhere everything is go The surgeon specialist of Cincinnati 1 kept giving him ing at high pressure night and day will be at the Capital Hotel Wednes- Â¬ from his lungs someeVery half hour Tho next morn- Â¬ Men young in years are constantly day February 11 One day only No Money Required of Responsible Parties to Commence Treat- Â¬ from over work where he will be pleased to meet ing ho could breathe freely He is now breaking down ment about well and will be at work next Everybody needs a reliable nerve his patients and all who require ii8 tonic bomething pure and pleasant services Truly yours week Wm S Hale Such a remedy is found in Dr Hales The doctor is a true friend to jaHa Supt of the Weeks Manufacturing Co Household Tea a purely vegetable sick and suffering One feelfe as This wonderful medicine is sold at medicine the great Nerve Tonic It enter his presence that here is restores nerve power rfnd vigor as who understands the case whicl South Side drug store P H Carpenter nothing else can Has cured St so much to him or her who has IW 5 11 FRANKFORT KY WEDNESDAY Vitus Dance of years standing Acts fered for months or years and ab upon the nerve centres im- Â¬ of svmpathy is at once establish SMfT directly Great Galerhliig of Young parting health and strength Try the Is it not strange for he brings to his ossris iD Asr 02STLjS Men great new remedy 50c per package profession on ardent love lor it ana And every fourth week therealter Free ttST Consultation ind Examinal at South Side drug store a well trained intellect which makes The Tenth Annual State Conven- Â¬ 5 P H Carpenter him not only the cool calm compe tion of the Young Mens Christian tent physician who necessarily viewsÂ¬ Associations of Kentucky will be disease and suffering from a standMATTINGS in Lexington Feb 19 22 This held point impossible to them but it bo the largest will without question Do not buy your Mattings makes him a friend who will cure by far of such gatherings over held its influence upon until you see our line as we you and make your life worth living in the State and the future work for young men will will put on sale March 1st be great The atttmdence last year at 100 pieces at very low prices Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria Paris was 150 and we expect that it 31- - Weitzel ODonnell will reach twice that number this The coming Convention islook yeai TOBACCO LOUISVILLE ed forward to with great interest by MARKET Tobacco Agent Chris- Â¬ the Christian young men and tian business men of the State Al- Â¬ ready those who are interested in While my good friends of other FURNISHED BY GLOVER DURRETT the work of reaching young men are houses are announcing themselves LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE considering the question of attendi- I too beg leave to announce myself as the ceneral and sole agent for ngCo proprietors of Sales on our market for the week The following persons of promi- Â¬ J S Phelps 3920 hhdswith nence will be present to assist in the the Planters Tobacco Warehouse of just closed amount tothe same period for the counties of receipts of 2323 for T U Dudley D Louisville exercises Rt Rev Shelby and Franklin I Sales on our market since January D Bishop of Kentucky Mr 0 J Henry Secretary Internatonal Commi want to say that I shall do nothing 1st amount to 12758 hhds Hicks burnley The offerings tee Mr H F Williams Editor inconsistent with honor and right been very large of newthis week have and again represont a good house Young Mens Era Chicago Mr I I think I a very strong we State Secretary Illinois and I hope I am well enough known and are able to reportthroughout the E Brown active market Mr H O Willams State Secretary to justify my saying I would not of week Virginia and Mr L L Doggett Sec- Â¬ knowingly represent any other I am entire fine newSeveral hocsheads at burley were sold extra Committee Ohio With a farmer and think I know the inter- prices retary State from 2000 to 2500 per one these gentlemen on the ground the est and right of farmers T RlNEIt hundred and one new hogshead sold 21 lt J success of tho Convention as lar as as high as 2750 being the highest the presentation of the best methodsÂ¬ price thus far realized for the new operaof work and tho latest plans of Zilpalt crop are concerned is assured tion The following quotations fairly will be repre Â¬ All the Associations Tobacco stripping is the programme represent our market for burley sentor Christian Young men in present tobacco and Pastors in towns where there are at cordially invited B Rziah has sold his farm to T Trash dark or damaged A no Association are 3 50 2 00 tobacco There will be reduced railroad rates V Gordon Mr Gordon will take Colory trash 4 003 8 00 Lexington Association will posession first of March and the 5 00 Common lugs not colory 3 50 Persons entertain all delegates Conven14 00 8 00 Scrabble will have a boom in the Colory lugs thinking of attending the 9 00 7 00 leaf a saw mills Scobeo Bros tion Bhould write to Henry E Rose way of and Joseph will begin op- Â¬ Common to good leaf 16 00 9 00 Medium Morgan M 0 A year State Secretary Y 16 00 25 00 Good to fine fillers Louisville for programes and full erations with naid mill this week Iks Eminent SpedaltiM foirnerly resident Physician ol the Ihiladelfhia General Hos Â¬ Select or wrappery The heirs of James Penn deceased information pital Fksuum in ehaige of the Ohio Medical Institute Cincinnati Ohio has for 33 0q 25 00 leaf Â¬ sold at public sale the crop and pertwenty five years successfully devoted his time to the treati et of kis spec- Â¬ ialties He successfully Weals all curable cae of Chronic and Nervous Opportunity sonal property of said decedent last Lexington Saturday Diseases His treatment is based on the largest experience after thorough educational ptcparatinn Miss Sidney Moore daughter of opportunity Now is Lexingtons J T Moore iB very sick with little to ner Louisville has rejected the offers of hope of recovering Jahenmatlim U cntlallr disease of the net rone ere deJaj If not cured It leadidecayenlarged prelate aflasd In e f uarantee premature cure all prom bjontl a doabt Acting Â¬ Valuable City Residence Property tcmu kllltla iDTMtifttioo jtirtrtatfil It with phMonesal toui debililr andperfect reetoration tohtaUnaudpbjticalTlfor poo thlt thenrT we hart for the tobacco growers to establish tobac- Â¬ iuchcaee and a item Tbe dcformitlM tni bean alTeciIont ruultlai rrm Alice Vanmeter is very ill at this co warehouses in that city and LexWe have for yfin made a eptclaltj of To the Ladle thtumUc InBammaUone ma all be avoided or oared 07 ear the dlieuee of women Mne tenth of the cufferinga of thli treatment ington can honorably come forward writing world are borne bjr women and Jtboui reaeoo When the BRICK RESIDENCE PROP Kldneye Bright these dlieaeee li proierlr undented and offer hospitality to these rejectedÂ¬ Born to N O Moore and wife a son THE TWO STORYtho Sidney Johnson pluce nutrition orrrSlieie or the the uie of Ii the remit of raultr cauee ofand complete Our large botpltal experiencetheir cure la elimination or Improper reuedlee t certain known as enableau relncreeee the How of urine farmers and thereby reap a ricl por- Â¬ last week to underitand thee caaei and treat them from the latest eciea situated on north Mde of Main street Frankfort A XMieaaes of the JDlcestlvo Organs are tbe meet fre tlOe standpoint Local treatment which so meny objectto we Ky near the aipltil Hotel Is offered for sale by ward in trade and business by constitutional and Our treatment queot camea of tbe more ful dlitaiei Of ipepila Liter Cora rarely rind necessary with which all tion of the 250000 imdemnity offered The Farmers Alliance Lodge at the undersigned If not sold on or before Janu plaliwnutrition and renderCbronle Diarrhea Kerljmult la Imperla local remedies their own homeswe iutrucl the patienu to treat ary Jst 1091 the same will be for rent The feet Conitlptttoa and life miieratle theiaselvea at ej interference the State to give ub the capital Fallen Rock is on the boom with a property Is In llrst class condition For terms true economy of time money and health Private Diieaseo Stricture Clet Venereal Taint would secure these tobacco ware membership of 23 and more to come Ac apply to Young lien who are rapldlr approtcblnr lnuollT and Syphilis Gonorrhea luipotiur and Sterllltt ate promptly CHAS V EXUSI death from eecrcthablu wllldo well tecouiultui alouce These and effectually cured by our upt cial rrmedle Ue hare spent houses which would be worth tenÂ¬ Oppression must cease high tariff hablte are the reeultof diieaee not viceand wo care lueh thousandaof dollirs In time and money to gain Attorney for Johnson heirs luuwIedM Lex- must go justice must conquer and caaei without fall Hi Intite ear fulleet conSdeace and In this direction times as much as the capital to Oct25tf romlie jou relief We do not think that the rule the day ZpUepiy or Pita This phenomena of tb jerfoaa ington iliddleAeod Men who ohierre certain IrrltaUone of system It the result of disease located in nerre center capital has been worthy a cent to John Rodgers house was destroyed the biadder and urethra or water panaxe with eedlmeau la Our method of treatment which Is enilrelr iio own has beea our the urine ibouM arall tbrnticltm of our treatment Such imp admitted by the best scientists of the world to product radical GO RAILWAY UNION KENTUCKY Frankfort for the people of that by Are a short time ago of eemtnai weaineie which admit o no euree In the most debilitated subjocw lotus are Indication lace have become to depend upon Everv person consulting us should brine or send four to six ounces of their urine whlchswe he money spent during tho seBSionB will submit to a thorough microscopical exam nation anil chemical analysis a certificate and chart of Owen Moore of this town will TIME CARD wnicn win lie lurmsner me imam of the Legislature to tide them over move to the house of Mrs Lizzie We cur old cases which have baffled the skill of other physicians Why 1 Because our teas Wo If they Tharp formerly Bradley two years of intermission DECEMBER 2IST 1890 exDenence EFFECTIVE sblcs us to recognire the nuttt of disease had gone to work determinedly We invite all who have failed toUMin rkci Isewhere tooonsultus All curable oases are Miss Maggie Howers school at Falgu tranteed proper advantage of the and taken GOING EAST Iatlents treated by mall and express Where possible personal consultation is preferable List resources which the river and sur- len Rock will close this weekbut We re of questions sent free on application hopes Leuve Lexington gretto lose her asateacher ij XTp m rounding country afforded them a subscrip Â¬ All cases and correspondence strictly confidental Treatment sent C O D to any 4 ijO p in Winchester they could have had a much larger to retain her services inaccomplished Leave Clay City 4 CI p m part of the United States and Canada Address with stamp for reply Leave they tion aohool Shoisan G25 city and ten times the wealth in Arrive Lumber Point lady 0 30 p in now possess People who have no teacher and a fine Close Observer Arrive Three Forks EC G O 1130 u in knowledge on the subject have an Leave Three Forks 126 p ui Elkatawa advantages P O BOX 703 Arrive exaggerated notion of the the capitol has upon a town For A DUTY TO YOURSEtF GOING WEST two or three months in every twoÂ¬ use H85 a in VllANK lilOLl K D Dakutow gathIt is surprising that people will they Leave Elkatawa years the pot house politicians WM 1030 a m Sec ami Treas Three Forks President in the capitol and have only a fiveÂ¬ a common ordinary pill when for Arrive Three Forks er R T msiNKT 0 00 a ui Ad Dkvkk Leave to spend and a ma- can secure a valuable English one Â¬ Arrive Lumber Point Superintendent Vice President dollar per diem 605 ii m eame money Dr Aokois Eng ATTORNEY-AT-LA- W 7 87 n in jority of them drink and gamble and the pills are a positive cure fo elok Arrive Clay City H 30 a in Arrive Winchester Co and corrupt all the youth in lish carouse PrintiBff 9 30 a in Tlie Sjaniari Lexington They liver the place and leave the work of headaohe and all easilytroubles and do Arrive taken RBAJL ESTATE AGBNT are small sweet Formerly theStandardPrhitlnglnk Works legislation to half a dozen ounningÂ¬ Connections made at Lumber Point with steamer for Deattyvllle Elkatawa is nearest to perform and these gener not gripe lawyers wttll nuonoi nr THl 00UBT8 ANOFJLMURERS O- Fg to J VT Gaylb Druggist stationand Jackson Ky runTrains between Three ir rnajua eantlw ally have axes of some sort to grind dally between Three PRIOTINOAHD LITHOGRAPHIC INKS M11 1A spew iu m Lexington Forks law MM V1 ana hence the miserable jobs that Forks and Klkutuwa dally Sundays excepted VARHJSWEStFTC J L MUliPHY are worked through and whioh they Chlldrtn Cry for PitcWs Ctttt rfc 108 Canal Cincinnati Ohio Juneae ly uneral Passenger Agent A mkraifieentlv call legislation ANhiOUT UUUMUIiUbl mm TO EVERYBODY Tinware Glassware fire Goods Woodenware Useful for Kitchen and Household Use Â¬ PAPER SACKS -- Â¬ Â¬ GIVING AWAY E J AND VICTOR FLOUR Â¬ MILES SON FEB Sixteenth Regular yisit CAPITAL HOTEL rV Â¬ Â¬ C H BOGMAN M D V FOR SALE Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Dr Bogman Cinoianitti CROMWELL M -M- - - -- i5 7 - j r mm rWFyQ TT Religious Ve U would be greatly obliged to tlie ministers and officers of churches In the city if they would furnish us vit4i any announcements which they may wish mur madel BEWARE OP MISBEFEESENTATION AND ERAUDULEKT IMITATIONS OF DISI HI HONEST PARTIES I IMM m HI MI1IMIIIM - Rev George Darsic preaches at tbo Graefenburg Christian Church to Â¬ morrow at 3 p m Rev A Shelverton will preach at the Cedar Chapel Methodist Church to morrow morning at 11 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 Tke usual services at Ascension Church to morrow morning at 11 oclock and 730 p m will be conducted by Rev E A Penick the rector Â¬ Rev W G Neville the pastsr will occupy the pulpit at the Southern to morrow Presbyterian Church morning at 11 oclock and at 730 p m as usual WZEtt3 Rev Father Lambert Young the pastor will conduct the services at the Church of the Good Shepherd to- Â¬ morrow First mass at 8 a m Sec- Â¬ ond mass 1030 a m Vespers at 3 p m Johnson representing the Insitute at Williamsburg Ky will occupy the pulpit at the Baptist Church to morrow morning at 11 Rev W Married MOORE MOORE At Mount Zlon Christian Church near Hatton Ftb 5 1891 Mr Soda Moore and Miss Harriet Moore all of Franklin county Mrs Moore will have one advantage over most ladles by having Soda always on hand to put May Heavens richest happiness be In her biscuit Zbke yocum theirs JOHNSON ORAIG At the home of the brides uncle Mr Nelson Rosel near Millvllle Woodford comity Thursday Feb 5 1891 by Rev George Darsie Mr Chas Henry Johnson of Louisville and Miss Lena Nelson Craig TAYLOR LANG At the residence of the brides father Mr Chas Lang near this city on Thurs Â¬ day evening February 6 1891 Mr Edward Taylor and Miss Lizzie Lang C When Baby was sick wo gave her Castoria When she was a Child she cried for Castoria When sho became Miss she clung to Castoria When she hod Children sho gave them Castoria -- E COLLIMS DEALKR8 IN- BRO Shot and Shells And Agtnfci for - J Laflin 1 Hand NOTICE Wall Paper HABNES8 Decorations In the evening the pastor W C Taylor will preach on the True Esti Â¬ mate of Sin oclock DIED Rev George Darsie preaches at the DUIGUID At his home near Ghent Carroll Dutguld in Christian Church to morrow at 11 county Ky Feb 5 1891 Mr Jacob Mrs Lee A 80th year He was the lather of and 730 oclock Night subject his of Jett Ky Owen The Philippian Jailer the last of the series on Model Conver- Â¬ The Well Known Popular sions Remedies The Young Peoples Society of Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs Christian Endeavor meets in the and colds Foleys Cream for rough nesB of the skin chapped hands etc chapel at 7 p ra Clinic Blood Clinic Kid- Â¬ Mr Darsie leaves Monday to hold a ney Cure are Purifier and by now on sale The Le two weeks meeting at Mt Healthy Compte Gayle Co The large patronage these preparations have O near Cincinnati secured springs from their intrinsic merits as remedial agents When afRevl H G Henderson A M will flicted by ailments for which they are preach at the Methodist Church in recommended you will do well to try 18 6m this place Sunday morning at 11 them oclock and at 730 oclock in the A Good Record I have sold evening Chamberlains Cough Remedy for The Sunday school meets at 930 ten years says druggist E B Legg of Vail la and have always war Â¬ A M ranted it and never had a bottle re- Â¬ The Epworth League convenes in turned During the past 90 days I the class room at 645 P M have sold twelve dozen and it has Mr Henderson extends a cordial given perfect satisfaction in every It does not dry up a instance invitation to the members of the cough but loosens and relievos it Constitutional Convention to attend It will cure a severe cold in less time than any other treatment 50 cent these services and 1 bottles for sale by J W Gayle We have added to our stock an elegant line of Carpets Oil cloth and Matting at uhe very lowest prices 21- - Weitzel ODonnell CEMENT GLASS OILS LEAD AND MEEKD FAODC8 PICKS SHOVELS CROW BARS CHILLS IBON AND STEEL A PULL LINE OF SEWEB AND FLUE PIPE COB BROADWAY AND LEWIS 0T IBAKKVOIT UMK PLASTER Â¬ Joijltt For Rent On and after February 1st my dwelling house near the corner of Third and Conway streets now occu- Â¬ pied by Wm McCloy 20 Qflfi8Efl AOTKJIBcfliffaffliRA THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST Kentucky Central Railway BLUB GRASS ROUTE Shortestand Quickestruuterroin CKNTRAL KENTUCKY TO ALL POINTS NOBTH EAST WEST MO SOUTHWEST Apply to J H Williamson One bASTLINE BETWEEN LEXINGTON AND wrought iron cook stove iB offered for sale cheap Ap Â¬ 20 2t ply to S T Fortune For Sale CINCINNATI SCHEDULE IN EFFECT NOV 16TH 1890 Darbys Prophylactic South Hound Georgetown to lew Orleans LveCluelnuutl Lvev ovington ExSun No a No 4 Daily No 6 Ex Sun Use it in every sick room Wil Time 25 Hours keep the atmosphere pure and Entire Trains Baggage Car Day Coaclie wholesome removing all bad odors Sleepers run through without change THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST from any source Will destroy all Disease Germs Georgetown to Jacksonville Ala infection from all Fevers and ail Time 26 Hours Througl contagious diseases Arr Paris Cymhiana Falmouth llleuin 1023pm 61jpm Lexington 1210pm II 00pm 6ajpm 1127am 1210pm 135pm 9 48am 10 43am 810am 800pm 220pm 818aui 8 08pm 22bpm 9 6Jpm Olbpni 3 50pm 4 55pm jar 3elvorialvi In memory of George Robert Sargent who died at Hatton Ky Jan 23 1891 The hands are now so softly laid Across our brothers breast While care can never more Invade His everlasting rest God called him to his courts above To his celestial care An heir of Christs redeeming love We hope to meet him there 22 lm The eminent physician J Man- on Sims of New York says am convinced that Prof Darbys Prophylactic Fluid is a most valu 21 able disinfectant A LeCompte Meepers without chauge unu ueiw ceu liiiiciuuau uuu Lexington Ky Time 2t KNOXVILLK TKNN The Short Hours LveParit Arr Winchester Richmond Lancaster Stanford Richmond 5 45pm 510pm 637pm 615pm 720pm Fob Rent I desire to rent my gro Â¬ cery dwelling and Btable Terms - Eliab Stone reasonable 22 Card I I desire to say to my friends and Gaylo Co will in no way tf Lve 17 Abiievillk N C ArrBerea 11 Chattanooga Tknn Livingston g4 15 atlanta 16 biruinobam ala Direct Connections at New Orleansand Shreve port for Texan Mexico and California North Bouud Leave Frankfort vlu Kentucky Midland Railway via Georgetown 645a tnarrlveClnclnnatl 1025 am Quicker than any other line Central Union All trains arrive at depart from Depot Cincinnati Lve Livingston For Rates Maps Ac address Berea FRANK W WOOLLEY 210pm 305pm 520pm Vn Nil 800am Vn t No 13 Accora CIn Thy friends at home all mourn for thee Where happy hours were spent The Lord has called and left are we Tovieepandto lament Thy sweet confession of your God Witnessed on thy last day So soon to leave the vale you trod And gently you passed away Dear Itebert sleep within thy tomb Till resurrection morn When to the chosen of the Lord Jerusalem shall dawn Weep not dear father for thy bon His course Is finished now Angels were sent to waft him on Their wings now fan his brow Weep not dear sister for the loss Of him now gonoubove To Join the chorus In the bWes With Jesus litul Ills loe Wepp not dear brothers for the ono We loved so hero below The Lord has called he said to as Loved ones I now must go U V S ville Ky Lexington Ky auect my business at tne om score D G C Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria corner Ann and Broadway which C VlceHARVEYCINCINNATI O EDWARDS T A G P 4 Pres shall continue to have my closest per-Â¬ TJESIB sonal attention Information Wanted My two brothers O B and O L Gayle are associated with me We OLD KENTUCKY ROUTE The Imperial German Consulate solicit your patronage Mississippi Valley Co E D Newport News Kespectmuy wants Information regarding tho SHORT LINE TO 18 J w Gayle present whereabouts of Friedrich Washington Philadelphia Heinrich Goecker and Louis Philipp For Sale A second hand cabi- Â¬ Baltimore New York Goecker born in Frankfort Ky net organ is offered for sale cheap about the years 1845 and 1848 sons of to J B Utterback Apply Old Point and the Sea Shore Justus Wilhelm Goecker and his AND ALL EASTERN CITIES wife Margaretha nee Gargitte from Chance to buy Encyclopedia Brltaniea IN EFFECT NOVEMBER 16 IKK Lexington Ky Please communicate at 150 per volume Guaranteed to bo Fast Fust Mall Accommoany information to only exact reprint Express Dull EAST BOUND dation Dally ExSuny Dally Grant Green Cashier It K McCLURE 15 Frankfort Ky 4 57 pin 10 lbam Lvo Frankfort O Bonne Cashier LouisOr to E G 15 pm 11 40 am 5 85 pm Lexington Traveling Pass Agt 1025am egg Arr Richmond 11 45am g Sg 7 00am Lve Stanford llsS Lancaster 7 50am gTeS Arr Richmond 1015am Lve Richmond 105pm 010am Arr Winchester 154pm 715am 233pm 748am Paris 200pm 700am Lve Lexington 2 45pm 7 63am Paris Cynthlana 316pm 823am 411pm 918am Falmouth 5 40pm 1044am Arr Covington Arr Cincinnati 5 50pm 10 60am iBl 2 20pm 3 05pm 3 35pm 5S0pm 4 30pm 6 87pm 0 05pm 6 45pm 616pm 845pm j 4 25pm 4 4Jpin MAYSVILLE BRANCH North Bound Lve Cincinnati Lve Covington Lve Lexington Lve Pari No 9 Daily Ex Sun No Ex Sun 2 20pm 226 pm 4 40 p m 5 87 Daily ti - Â¬ Arr Arr Arr Arr Millersburg Carlisle Maysville 7 7 55 00am Johnson 8 19am 8 43am 9 83am 10 10 a m am 601pm 625pm 786pm 765pm DaTly Ex Sun pm Â¬ 19 2t Bucklens Arnica Salve South Bound Johnson Carlisle Millersburg Arr Paris Lexington Arr Arr Covington Arr Cincinnati nati No 1 No WHY WILL YOU cough when Shi lohs Cure will give immediate relief Price 10 cts 50 cts and 1 28 For sale by J W Gayle The best salve in the world foi Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Tetter Rheum Fever Sores Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns and all Skn Eruptions and positively cures Piles or no pay required it is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money re funded Prce 25 cents per box For sale by South Side drug store P H Carpenter 5 iy Â¬ Â¬ Wlnctiester Mt Sterling Olive Hill Ashland 7 uo 1111 7 30 pm Cutlettsburg Huntington Arr WEST BOUND 10 27 pin 10 43 pin 11 07 pin j iu pin 12 45 inn 1 25 pm 3 35 pin 5 85 pin 5 50 pm G 25 pill 40 pm 7 40 inn 10 00 pm h it am 8 35 urn T9 10 am G Ex Sun 6 20 5 57 G Daily 10 Lve Lve Lve Lve Maysville CO am 150pm am 227pm nm 7 15 7 40 8 85 10 41 10 60 a 111 a in am am a in 3 20pm 345pm 410pm 6 20pm 687pm 6 45pm OUSTAVIS TALIMTT Another good man has been added to the long list of those who have crashed over the river and are resting under the shade of the trees on the Mr Talbott a man full of years and other side bearing the respect and confidence of his fellows departed this lite on Wednesday the 4th lust at No bis home near Stednianvllle this county as n eulogy need be spoken to proclaim his merit roan a citizen and a Christian his works will best attest these traits ami memory will long enshrlno him among the loved and lost of his community His modest unobtrusive natuie circumscribed the limit of his acquaintance but those who knew him best will recognize the fitness of his epitaph An honest man is tho noblest work of God A Wonder Worker Mr Frank Huffman a young man of Burlington Ohio states that ho had been under the treatment of two prominent physicians and used their treatment until he was not able to get around They pronounced his case to bo Consumption and incurable He was persuaded to try Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds and at that time was not able to walk across tho street without resting He found before ho had used half of a dollar bottle that ho was much better he continued to use it and is to day enjoying good If you have any Throat health Lung or Chest Trouble try it Wo guarantee satisfaction Trial bottle froe at the South Side drug store P H Carpenter 5 If yon are going west that tho Dont Forget St Louis Air Line run Louisville tho flnest trains in tho world between Trains Louisville and St Louis leaving at 810 a m daily equipped with Pullman perfected safty steam heated day coaches parlor and din- Â¬ ing cars Trains leaving Louisville at 915 p m equipped with day coaches and Pullman drawing room It is customary for all our people to turn out when a circus comes to Children Cry jbr Pitchers Castoria n It is also customary for all who re ever tried Gantors magic ohick SLEEPLESS NIGHTS made miser aholera cure to recommend it to ir neighbors It is sold on tlvo plan able by that terrible cough Shilohs iter no cure no pay by PhuAUar- Â¬ If you wish comfort safty and quick time be sure and call for tick ets via the Air Line Any information regarding maps rates etc will be promptly furnished by writing to B L BRYANT lQ sleepers by Cure is the Remedy for you For sale 27 J W Gayle tf Trav Pass Agt Louisville Ky Runs dully from Lexington to Cincin- Â¬ Leaves Lexington 1000 am Arrives 25am Purls 1045 a m Except Sunday 501U11 1 40 pm No 8 Leaves Cincinnati 510 p m Arrives 2 6Hpni 8 47UI11 Falmouth 705 p 111 Except Sunday 4 27 pm 10 55um NO 7 Lewes Filmouth 0 11 m ArrlvesCIn 6 07 pm 11 45iim clunatl 7 55 a m Except Sundav Lexington Arr 5 35 pm 12 40 pm TRAIN NOTES No 3 runs dallv except Sun Â¬ 4G pm pm 2 13 Frankfort Arr 0 day bslween Lexington and Cincinnati No 13 runs Sunday only making nil local stops VESTIBULED EXPRESS runs LIMITED No 4 runs dally between Cincinnati and Lex Â¬ dally itml hiw Vestlbuled Pullman Hulled Sleep Ington ers between Louisville Lexington Washington New York and Old Point Comfort This train NOTE Train s No 6 and Kalmouth Accommo- Â¬ dation No 8 now depart from new 4th St is made part of the celebrated Depot on 4th below John St NOTE Trains No I and Falmouth Accommo- Â¬ dation No 7 now arrives at new 4th St De- Â¬ East of Huntington on the C 0 Route pot on 4th below John St Nos 2 and 6 make connections at Winchester IT Tl 4 IMa riuiu Hull v nvunnl Siimlnv VICT t MV Ry Make di- Â¬ for points on the NN between Lexington and Huntington O At IMPORTANT Trains of this line now arrive at rect connections at Huntington with C und depart from the Centrul Union Passenger Ashland with S V Ry At Winchester with K Station Cincinnati makn connec- Â¬ C R R north and south bound and at Lexing Â¬ T P Rail tion tor all points North N L S und C N O ton with L East and West roads Through Tickets sold and Baggage checked t LEXINGTON AND OLIVE HILL ACCOMMO any point reached by u railroad DATION dullv Connects at Wlncherier to and For full particulars address or call on any from K C Points and at Lexington with L S R agent of the compai ror R for Louisville Ky S FBMORSE W LMUNSON Qenl Passr Agt Trav Passr Agt For full Information In regard to Rates Routes CINCINNATI O Cincinnati O Ac apply to any Agent of this or connecting HEnUNTINOTONVIce PresiGen Manner lines or to GENERAL OFFICES 1 F B Moms U E Hchtinotok Gen Pass Agent Chamber of Commerce Building Cincinnati O V p and G H We now have double dally train sef KOTK CINCINNATI OMO W S HABftlfML i tt W BlBMBY rle on Sundayi both wajrs btwnCUilaoMI Ky T A P Ashlin4fr MdMXIDCIM OK Islington Huntington Uutluttuurg Ashlund Olive Hill Mt Sterling Winchester Lve 110 pm 120 pm C G G OOiim 3 0Cpm 3 26 pm 3 4C pm 4 20 am G 25 uill 7 15 am 8 10 am No 43 V e df v A Â¬ 1 1 M AX ttpj Educational minority of the children within the school ago tlo not attend school who is to blamo for this A largo Can somo one devise a plan by which wo can make parents feel that they aro not only responsible to their God but also to their country for raising their children up in ignor- Â¬ ance She Ohio Lebanon believes in preparing horself thoroughly for her profession Would that more of our teachers would follow her example Tho following essay was read by one of the pupils of the Forks of Elkhorn school last Friday It speaks for itself CIVIL GOVERNMENT Aro our schools of to day as good as There they were twenty years ago are citizens of Frankfort who have seen young men and ladies from other States attending the schools here is it so now Oh for the days of B B Saye Philip Pall and others of their Wo can and should make our days Wo schools the best in the State have the talent here in our midst do not have to impart it let us use the talents given us and Frankfort will soon have tho educational center of the State Miss Leonna Jott one of our coun- Â¬ ty teachers is attending the Normal School at is one who Civil Government is that authority bv which a State or a nation is ruled It is established to preservo and Every boy keep society in order and girl should study it so that they will understand the nature of crimes and punishments and can keep from committing a crime Knowledge of Â¬ the law is essential to peace happi Â¬ ness and prosperity of every government Civil Government is one of the most important studies in school But Yet how few know the law ignorance of the law excuses no one Every one is held accountable for violating a law Some of the people in the penitentiary may have violated some law which they did not know was a crime I think if every one knew the law that we would have a Boys especially better county ought to study Civil Government so when they get old enough to vote they will known which man is quali- Â¬ Civil Govern- Â¬ fied to hold an office ment ought to have been taught in the schools long ago but it took a good many years to bring it out x Is tho finest euro in tho world It absolutely cures catarrh It cures neuralgia and rheumatism Cures Piles like- magic Cures Salt Rhoum in the most soothing manner Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Cures Coughs and Colds Can be Cuts bruises taken internally burns chilblains sores of long stand Â¬ ing corns and bunions aro cured quickly different from all else superior to all else it has no equal 25 and boxes large size cheapest Sold organizations thatlthey increase their 50cPhil Carpenters drug store South at railroad facilities Into this section Side 52 and great will be the prosperity that Â¬ will como to them and us Let Frank Electric Bitters fort alone and help us and yourselves Is it not bPtter to build up than to de This remedy is becoming so stroy Bcattyvillc Enterprise well known and so popular as to Tho senior proprietor of this paper need no special mention All has been subject to frequent colds for some years which wore sure to lay who have used Electric Bitters him up if not doctored at once He sing the same song of praise finds that Chamberlains Cough Rem Â¬ A purer medicine does not exist edy is reliable It opens the secre Â¬ tions relieves the lungs and restores and it is guaranteed to do all that Electric Bitters will the system to a healthy condition If is claimed freely used as soon as the cold has cure all diseases of the Liver and Deen contracted anu oeioro ii nan will remove Pimples become settled in the system it Kidneys greatly lessens the attack and often Boils Salt Rheum and other affeccures in a single day what would tions caused by impure blood otherwise have been a severe cold Will drive Malaria from the sysNorthwestern Hotel Reporter Des Moines Iowa 50 cent bottles for tem and prevent as well as cure all 22 lm sale by J W Gayle Malarial fevers For cure of Headache Constipation and Indi- Â¬ Pleasureville En- Â¬ gestion try Electric Bitters satisfaction guaranteed or Miss Oma Baxter after a protract- Â¬ tire Price 50 cts to her aunt Mrs J W Reeves money refunded ed visit returned to her home in Midway and per bottle at South Side Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Capitol at Louisville would finish tho biifldiiig and equipment of the R N I B II R tothis point and would open to Louisville our metropolis an empire of mineral wealth givo her the advantage over Cincinnati with reference to tho trade of this rapidly growing and wonderful section of tho State add hundreds of thousands of dollars to tho amount of Louisvilles business enrich her wholesale men and jobbers and prosper this groat territory which has so long sullered for want of Louisvilles assistance Wo beg of Louisville and her trade Dr Males Household Oint Â¬ ment H IIS ROUNDABOU THE PEOPLES PAPEF Everybody takes it Everybody reads Subscription Only it 1 Per Year 1 Monday Prof Hunter and Thos B Ford of Frankfort were in town Monday We hoped that winter was over as Frank Easley pulled off his overcoat a few days since but like the ground hog he has gone in again for six weeks Mr E B Black TueBday drug store 5 P H Carpenter went to Louisville ur Job Department P A Eastus left Monday for Lou- isvillewhere his friends will find him in the future the 30th ult a nine pound boy Sile wears a very big grin just at pres- Â¬ ent J M Breeden started for Frankfort last Saturday nigh tgot as far as Crop Â¬ pers and no further Sweethearts Will Hawkins left Saturday for his home near Sulphur Silas Reeves M 0 Rankin A W Baker and others after returning from Louisville report tobacco market very good The citizens of town and vicinity met last Wednesday night at the school house and adopted resolu- Â¬ tions for the suppression of all man Â¬ ner of lawlessnes Let other commu- Â¬ nities do likewise gentleman in Union County Mo who is too modest a man to have his name mentioned in the newspapers was cured of rheumatism by Cham- Â¬ berlains Pain Balm after trying other medicines and treatments for thirteen years 50 cent bottles for A Bale Born To Silas Reeves and wife on trJllP tem effectually dispels colds head aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever produced pleasing to the taste and ac ceptahle to the stomach prompt iu its action and truly beneficial 111 its effects prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances itf many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs ia for Bale in 50 and 81 bottlea by all leading drug gists Any reliable druggist wh may not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any one vtb wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ le one of the best in fhe State and tVe are prepared to fax out on short notice Sallie L Crane Among the Colored Citi Â¬ zens s K It is reported by those who claim to know that Messrs Louis Todd and George Saffell were the success Â¬ ful applicants for positions in the City Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs ia taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys- Â¬ begun a protracted meeting There has been considerable doubt express- Â¬ ed as to whether the literary Club can get the use of the Church build- Â¬ ing but we think no difficulty will be experienced All members of Industrial Legion Lodge are requested to be present at the Hall Wednesday night as prepa- Â¬ ration will be made for the annual sermon The Industrial Legion Lodge will have their annual Bermon preaahed to them on the second Sunday in March and their many friends and members are expected to prepare tViemnplvfin finr flint dflV School The St John A M E Church has AAVAt A YA AVA X t tfx XXXrSXttXttXX x XX x x A X2iX9X a xxlxxx X X X S X X X X r X X o by J W Gayle 22 lm Jett The JettO O met with MissKittie Shaw last Thursday night and they say it was a grand affair The sup Â¬ per was delightful Those present were Misses Lucy McGinnis Mame Gallahue Lena Kirtley Maude South Sallie Samuels Ida Maggie and Emma Stone Mary Holton Luella PoveV Jennie and Mame Jett Reed Welch Elolse Trumbo Mrs Frizzell and Mrs South Trimble Messrs John Bo wen John Holton Lee French Joe Stcdman Willie Allen Lou Can- Â¬ non South Trimble and son Frank Morris Updyke George Mastin Lafe Limp Redd and Arthur Crutoher Will Jett Ed Shryock John Quinn Vernon Featherston B Givens Jack John Tom Barry Will and Polk South Emulas Rule and Allen Crom Â¬ well Brown Taylor Albert Kirtley Lee Owen Keen McGinnis Jim Shaw J King and Oscar Cannon I am sorry to say I was not there lent programme will be arranged for the occassion and no pains will be The Bpared to make it a success place at which the sermoa will be SAN FRANCISCO CAL reachd will be announced in our next LOUISVILLE KY NEW YORK programme ssue together with the Mr and Mrs Bowman Adams will leave the city next week for their home in Louisville to attend the big P mask hop on the tenth The members of tho Industrial Legion Lodge are requested to be out in full Wednesday night as prep arations will be made for the annual sermon on that night It is said that the race for Janitor of the colored public school iB wax Â¬ ing hot The First Independent Baptist T A G Church was crowded Sunday evening when the the funeral of Mrs Spicie Cass was preached She died Friday A NASAL INJECTOR free with each of last week after a short illness She bottle of Shilohs Catarrh Remedy CD Her Price 50 cents had been in declining health remains were followed to their last For sale by J W Gayle 28 resting place by a host of friends and relatives Falrvlew An fixfifll- - NY M BINDERY Blank Books of the art 11 k- Job L GANTERS kinds gotten up in the highest style of Â¬ MAGIC Old Books and Music bound at lowest rates Work of all kinds solicited REMOVER J How Eastern Kentucky Views It If it iff Louisvilles Board of Trade and Chamber of Commerce have so the press of that city assures us deterÂ¬ mined to do everything in their pow- Â¬ er to have the State Capitol removed from Frankfort to Louisville But to ub away up here in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky it Beems that Louisvilles Board of Trade and fJhamber of Commerco could betterÂ¬ employ thoir time in doing every thing in their power to secure this end of the State from Cincinnatis in- Â¬ fluence While the two great trade organizations are wasting their time in trying to starve out old historic and beautiful Frankfort by depriving her of her only means of support which if taken could add but little to Louisvilles importance Cincin nati is quietly holding the trade of Eastern Kentucky which has even been hers and is daily increasing her strength and influence in this sec tion One half the amount necessary to secure the location of the State Â¬ Sin has a great many tools but a lie has a handle which fits them all Mr J L Hieatt is in Louisville this week on business Miss Mattie Brawner of Frankfort is visiting in this section this week Messrs Steve and William Sparrow are in Louisville this week on busi- Â¬ ness Miss Clementine Morrison haB re- Â¬ turned home from sevoral days visit over tho creek Mr James Bodkins expectBtomove to Clay City next week We are having fine Bugar weather now fragrant porfumo Price cents For sale by J W Gayle HAOKMETAOK a lasting and 25 and 50 Tho Magic Remover fills a long felt want with owners of Horses or Mules with Waits Knots Bruises Cuts Strains Sprains Old Sores Barb Wire Cuts etc It nnikos no difference how long tho knot lias been there or how hard it is if it is not of tho bone wo will take it oil on tho MNQ CURE NO PAY plan In removing tho knot tho hair conies off and tho place becomes very tore when you stop using it the hair comes back its original color and not a traco of tho knot is left For plan of insurance etc call at the undersigned druggists and bring your animal with you 9 stereotyping in all its Brancnes All work promptly executed and w T satisfaction guaranteed 1 GEO A LEWIS Proprietor 215217 28 For Sale by SHILOHS CURE will imrifediately relieve Croup Whooping Cough ana Bronchitis 28 For sale by J W Gayle P H CARPENTER A ill 219 i St Clair Strut Up Stairs Frankfort Kj SOUTH SIDE DRUGGISTS Wii mh ill - vl tltt7 i UAtilmjt j v V WSKr tps Tjr rf yrri ijj KSH555i V jtvirTj iwwjffl CRUTCHER i STARKS I F Startling Announcement - THEIR ENTIRE STOCK TO BE SLAUGHTERED SEE MENS THE GREAT TUMBLE I IN PRICES FUBMIS IT Hats Caps 150 Caps choice 10c and 50c soiled by fire 122 Mens Caps all go for 25c worth 50c and 75c 1 00 for Derby Hat worth 1 50 for Derby Hat flexible worth 2 2 50 for Derby Hal flexible worth 4 A full line of Dunlaps latest styles always stock 00 for splendid FurRug worth 7 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 1 25 5 00 up to 7 50 nil M 75c We have a tremendous stock and are compelled tocloseJthem out 5 00 3 50 for good strong suit worth 6 50 for good strong suit worth 4 50 3 00 2 00 for a splendid Jeans coat worth 8 00 for a Leather coat worth 5 00 Will last ro years 1 25 for the very best Jeans pants worth I 75 2565 Cassimere suits all must go 33 per cent less than former prices 1 75 50 00 in 00 50 50 50 40c Undershirt or Drawers worth 50c Unlaundried Shirt worth 15c Four ply Linen Cuffs worth 20c Fine Merino Sock worth 25c for choice of 25 dozen Puff Scarfs worth 4c for Childrens Handkerchiefs worth 15c Elegant Suspenders worth ioc Boys Yarn Mitts worth 15c Celluloid Collar worth 25c Celluloid Cuffs worth 8sc 25c1 35c 75c 85c TJ 35c 25c 25c 40c GASH GASH GASH CASH ONLY CASH ONLY BlfS 1 HI ircisSi II 1 Oven M 75 c U f Ul UUllLii Shoes ShoesI CLOSING OUT OUR MAMMOTH STOCK of SHOES We are 5 75c Childs Suit worth 50 50 2 25 Boys Overcoats age worth 5 to 10 years 1 2 3 3 5 00 00 50 1 00 50 4 5o 5 10 7 5o 3 52 00 3- Boys long warm Overcoat age 18 13 to 3 50 WE WAM1 MONEY 255 pairs Ladies Dongola Kid 99c worth 150 pairs Ladies Glove grain 99c worth 1 50 Boys Overcoat splendid value age 13 6 50 7 So 3 9 00 9 So 00 Roys fancy color suit long pants age 5 00 13 to 1 8 worth 4 50 Boys fancy color suit long pants age 6 50 13 to 18 worth pants age 6 50 Boys fancy color suit long 13 to 18 worth 9 00 fancy color suit long pants age 7 50 Boys 13 50 13 to 18 worth knee pants to close at 25c 328 pairs childrens 40c 75c i and 125 5 00 to 18 6 00 3 75 Mens long warm Ulsters worth 8 50 5 00 Mens long Chincilla Ulsters worth 14 00 7 00 Mens Fur Beaver Ulsters worth 7 50 Mens long Chincilla Fur Trimmed Ulsters worth 14 00 12 00 10 00 1500 20 00 will buy you an elegant coat that sold for 40 per cent more money 50 35 1 H Wl El NEED HOMEY 8 k We Neet the Gash ffia- One Price to All Only one Price to All pairs Misses Front Lace School 50c worth 160 pairs Mens Lace and Congress 119 worth 75 pairs Boys Lace good value 99c worth 75 pairs Mens Kip Boots at Si5oworth 60 pairs Mens Kip Boots at 200 worth 73 pairs Mens first class Grain Boots only 133 pairs Carpet Slippers Mens and Ladies only 35c and 40c 400 pairs Ladies Rubbers 205 pairs Mens Arctics only 73 pairs Ladies Arctics only 33 125 1 1 50 50 2 2 00 50 2 50 25 c 75c 65c vsw r ihtttttt h i iTomimj W CRUTCHER os STARKS Foiartlx eft 4 r 4 Jefferson -- JXdtetixx Street ill m tif wmm itii iiilitf 1l Tl llttltliliiri itolrn qr ftrr llllnl In H IllJIP