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The hmnkfobt KOraDABOUT GKO A L1AVI- - t Pulilishei A WHlKLY iAPEl WOlll KV LOCAL AND SOCFKiV X13WS TBLtMS tflO In A lvanoe v Volume XXV EXCITEMENT 2PS ESTKR l7 tlae BtOCBST- IANKiOM BBrnnmim Highest of all in Leavening Power T7 FKTMrARY N nsnwwvifsraLBBREnicnnuitnKssniiEPRs O94B0SCJZrMVnUI S Govt Report Aug tq 1889 Siaesct of a Â¬ r f Did you think Mr Warner could your correspondent remained in a room with LeCompte while another recover No sir I did not tnnui it possi- - gentleman wont out into the night and hid a dollar more than a hundred bio Do you know anything about the yardsri away On his return LeCompte hill MM ylt Inrl ltt remedy whichcured him 1 I have chemically analyzed it and find it pure and harmless Tho standing of Dr Henion Mr The last was applied again and again Warner and Dr Lattimore in the the dollar being stuck in rocks and community is beyond question and mud on tho railroad and in every tho statements they make cannot for conceivable out of tho way placo but a moment oo ciouotea Dr uenions the perlormer never tailed 10 find it We do experience shows that Brights di fl in from live to ten minuted eabe of the kidneys is one of tho not understand tho philosophy of most deceptive and dangerous of all the matter nor does the young man diseases tliat it is exceedingly com- himself profess to understand yet mon but that it can be cured if taken though a recent scoffer and unbeliever we aro now ready to gamble on in time his success in every instance Mi S J Gibson is in Louisville New IPsjtft Oilice on the this week with his tobacco or in Siirilaaici Lagrange with his best girl divil A post oillee has been established the bit do we know which perhaps or both I see now were caused by Brights at Elizabeth on tho Kentucky Mid either land Railroad live miles west of Paris Capitol still sleeps among the The And did all these cases have sim- Â¬ with C B Cox as postmaster Mr hills while tho great cities rejoice i Cox has also been appointed agent of moan lament- threaten bid bribe ple symptoms at firnt Every one of them and might tho road at Elizabeth Georgetown anything to be sensational but s havo beon cured as I was by tho Time Frankfort hasnt got any flies on her timely use of tho same remedy I am BVhhDOVVS J getting my eyes thoroughly opened EiunveocS Sloclz Farsn H in this matter and think I am helping others to see the facts and their pos If you aro offered a bottle of Sal I am vation Oil without wrapper or Mr W IT Gentry writos siblo danger also Mr Warnor who was visited at his glad of tho opportunity to speak in mutilated or defaced dont buy it at tCi nkyi xarvsNi v3V V W m w ou may be uro that fl5 W establishment on N St Paul street praiso of your wonderful Quinns any price rffifl YW ISwaa m b ffl S WS V W xasflffl m 4 Havo recommended to there is somothng wrong it may be ijsz eistci w Ointment w very earnestly spoko ty i It is truo that Brights disease has soveral friends who aro as well a worthless or dangerous counterfeit Insist upon getting a perfect unbrok Â¬ increased wonderful and wo find by pleased with tho results as I am reliable statistics that from 70 to 80 For Curbs Splints Spavins Puff and en genuine package in a yellow its growth was over 250 per cent all bundles uso this standard remedy wrapper Look at tho prominent men it lias 1 have used Dr Bulls Cough Syrup carried oil and is taking oil every THE SYMPTOMS personally and in my family it year for while many are dying ap Â¬ CD 2533 ATES cured us and I recommended it to all parently of paralysis and apoplexy II C Dickinson they are really victims of kidney Tired fooling dull headache pains Richmond Ind disorder which causes heart disease in various parts of tho body sinking -- s etc Nearly at tho pit of the stomach Ios of ap paralysis apoploxy every week tho papers record tho petite fovorishnoss pimples or sores Between T3se IMIses death of borne prominent man from are all positive evidence of poisoned this scourge Recently however tho blood No matter how it became Rainy weather nothing but rain increase hiiB beon checked and I at- Â¬ poisoned it muni bo purified to avoid tribute this to tho general use of my loath Dr AokorB English Blood Tobacco is bringing a tine price most romody lOlixir has never failed to lemovo all the farmers aro through strip- Do you think many people are scrofulous or syphilitic poisons Sold ping a good many havo sold and aro nillieted with it to day who do not undor positive guarantee in good spirits The U realize it Mr Warner J V Uaylb Druggist Most all tho public schools have A prominent professor in a Now closed 1 boliovo the patrons arc llx Orleans medical cellcgo was lectur- Â¬ MATTINGS ing themselves to havo spring ing boforo his class onHho subject of schools wo Had a splendid teacher Brights diseaso Ho had various Do not buy your Mattinga h last fall I guess you all have fluids under microscopic analysis and rd of her tho bird that Mr Aus was showing the students what tho until you see oar line as we She was a indications of this torriblo malady will put on sale March 1st tin has boon hunting And now gentleman ho 100 pieces at very low prices good teacher and cvory body was wow Wo well pleased with the school said as wo havo seen tho unhealthy SI- - Weitzel ODounell only wish she would teach another as indications 1 will show you how it good Tho school elojcd last Satur Â¬ appears in a state of perfect health and ho submitted his own OATAltRll oumiD health and day A great many of tho patrons fluid to tho usual test As ho watched swoot breath secured by Shilohs and frionds were present a aior tho results his countonanco suddenly Catarrh Remedy Price 6U cents Wo havo had a great many parties changed- - his color and command Nasal injector froo For sale by J this winter and had moro fun the last both loll nun and in a tronumng W Ciaylo 27 two weoks tho bird was hoio than wo Gentlomon 1 havo voice ho said havo had in 11 vo years IN- AND DBA made a painful discovery and in loss DR ACKERS BNGLIBM Tho spring fovor will soon set in tnan a year no was dead tho siigni cst indications of any kidney difilcul and I thought 1 had hotter write now IlIylLS I wish tho owl would oomo around ty should bo enough to strike terror Aro activo and pure For siok lioad this way with his nows sack as news to any ouo PIPE AND FITTINGS ETC STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO aoho disordered stomach loss of ap is so scarce You know of Dr Honions caso Como again Six JOB AND CONTRACT WORK ALL WORK potito bad complexion and billious Gal wo would bo glad to havo Mile Yes I havo both road and hoard noss tlioy you havo novor boon equaled Well if I dont seo you any more tho GUARANTEED h r oithor in America or abroad is very wonderful is it not mulo is yours Good bye It J W Gaylu Druggist No moro so than a groat many In roar of Salondors Grooory Old Fussjk FRANKFORT KENTUKO j irritation of tho water channels indicate the approach of kidney disease more that a cough announces Wo do the coming of comsuption treat tho cough but try to help the We should not waste our lungs time trying to relievo the headache pains about tho body or other symp- Â¬ toms but go directly to the kidneys the source of most of the ailments This then is what you meant when you said that moro than one half the deaths which occur arise from Brights diseaso is it Doctor Precisely Thousands of diseases are torturing people to day which in reality are Brights disease in somo It is a Hydra of its many forms headed monster and slightest symp toms should strike terror to every one who has them I can look back and recall hundreds of deaths which physicians declared at tho time wore caused by paralysis apoplexy heart disease pneumouia malarial fever and other common complaints which others tinthavo como 10 my notice as having been cured by the same means You boliovo then that Brights disease can be cured i know it can I know it from my own and the oxperieree of thousands of prominent persons who were givfurther investigation of the subject en up to die by both their physicians and friends was deemed necessary You speak of your own experience With this end in view a ropresen- tativo of this paper called on Dr what wes it A fearful one I had felt languid Henion at his residence when tho Thatl and unfitted for business for years following interview occurred article of yours Doctor has created But I did not know what awed me quite a whirlwind Are the state When however I found it was kid- ments about tho terrible condition ney difficulty I thought there was you were in and tho way you were little hope and so did the doctors I have since learned that one of the rescued such as you can sustain Every one of them and many physicians of this city pointed mo additional ones I was brought so out to a gentleman on the street one low by neglecting tho first and day saying there goes a man who I did not will be dead within a year I believe most simple symptoms It is truo I had liiu wnvrlra vjnulfl linvo mnvcil tvitn iT think I was sick frequent headaches felt tired most I had not fortunately used the remedy of tho time could eat nothing one now known as Warners sale uure Did you make a chemical analysis day and was ravenous tho next felt dull pains and my stomach was out of the case of Mr II II Warner of order but I did not think it meant some three years ago Doctor was anything serious asked Dr S A Lattimore one of the The medical profession lias been analysts of tho State Board of treating symptoms instead of diseases Health Yes sir for years and it is high time it ceased Tho symptoms I have just What did this analysis show mentioned or any unusual action or you Â¬ j j shows Dr J B Itenion who is well known not only in Rochester but in nearly every part of America pent an extended article to this paper a few days since which was duly published detailing his remarkable experience and rescue from what seemed to bo certain death It would bo impossi- Â¬ ble to enumerate the personal en- quiries which have been made at our oflice as to the validity of the article but they have been so numerous that was recently republished in this pa Â¬ per and was a subject of much com- Â¬ ment That the article caused oven more commotion in Rochester the following from the same paper An unusual article from the Roch ester N Y Domocrit and Chronicle K V asa ABSOLUTELY PURE JaU Baking Powder j c ml TJBBnOTHffXSWIBEHyXTWJrt Number 23 MarirvTetsmncij lansuvstr Tragr3togni y tv ad jLfiSk I v JjVwv mV I A JmnssaM ia j AEI k KJtmaKx GSuI DeJafATS jffA SWUiLWJ 22sxaju m E3iEE3E38r ESSaSBSSti 3823S0 Â¬ s7 uJX I I A seriours disease of the kidneys Miso Lulie Gibson ivUin friends I TV fK in Midway a 13 IVIr James T Leng of Tyrone visited this section last Sunday E8 Miss Agnes Chenault of Madison county a young lady quite popular in this neighborhood is to bo married on Thuisday February lith Mr William Railev a well known cattle dealer of Woodford committed suicide on Friday of last week Mr g a j m Railey met with an accident some IM13 JTSH time ago receiving severe injuries from a fall caused by a runaway hoibo Since which time he has suf fered from loss of sleep bringing about aberation of tho mind This is the fifth or sixth suicide in Wood- Â¬ ford within tho last few vear j We have among us a young man old by the name of LeCompte who is certainly a wonderful character and can do some wonderful things lie will al low two large strong men to grasp a Mirl tilrincr hnlrl nf flin nnln n nolo with one hand he causes them to reel and stagger as drunken men though 1 they use thoir utmost endeavors to do otherwise One-- evening r long 1 since when it was dark as midnight j t2i uni-un-iijcui- o Ladies Kid Button Shoes Grain Glove Grain Button Shoes Misses Grain 11 2 Shoes 11 2 a T22E PRICE 95c 95c i j Womens Front Lace Shoes Lot Womens Heavy Shoes Lot Boys Boots 11 13 95c 80c 75c 75c 50c 50c a aniE 1 1 ssss com e before all g one i i Â¬ Â¬ These Prices For Cash Only i I O - - J mm 11 - rtHl Â¬ By buying Pocket Knives Scissors Razors Butcher Knives Carving Knives Sheep Shear ers and Morse Clippers from Cray Church Leading Hardware Merchants bags ww JMim feLiraWMfa iumb Fitter Gas Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Closets j I ggg u jlBIBHjpWlBpEBMBHBpHpfc MWWNf1 M1 fn- nwwrirK - ihbV Personal Hon E D Walker of Ohio county was in the city Monday Mr B H Cozine of the Shelby News was in the city Monday iiiioa nuu luiiutiuu imo luiuintu from a visit to Ulncago Miss Mary Haldeman of St Louis is visiting Mrs Charles F Extnn Col Thos II Sherley of Louisyille was in the city on business Monday Mr W J Parker of Paris visited relatives in this city on Wednesday Hon W L Vories left Tuesday morning for a trip to de Funiak Flor- Â¬ Injured by a Shell Amusements Â¬ tj ida Miss LoulieWallJefTries of Phoenix Arizona is visiting Mrs W W Long moor MrChas 0 Reynolds of Lexing- dent ton spent Sunday in this city visiting Â¬ ON THE FRONTIER Mr W K Utterback went up on one of the hills overlooking South That the largo and delighted audiFrankfort Thursday afternoon for the ence enjoyed the performance was purpose of practicing shooting at a made evident by tho loud and con- Â¬ which greeted tho mark with a Winchester rifle He tinued applause various line points and handsome used bhells he had loaded himself tableaux which abound in the play which were not perfect and one of presented Mrs W F Johnsons ster- Â¬ them became fastened in the cham Â¬ ling melodrama cOn the Frontier of title indicates it is one ber of the gun and in attempting to As he realistic mountain Histories those throw it out with the ejector the which abound in heroism and manful The opening scene is shell exploded a portion of it strik Â¬ portraitures Hills during ing him on the cheek and cutting an laid in the Blacksettlement anil the tho days of its early ugly gash his face was badly powder little community there are constantly burned and one of his eyes barely es on the qui vivo against Indian at caped being put out His injuries tack Jack Osborno James M Har and the were dressed by Dr S F Smith and die is a scout trapper hiB guide and place head of the people of it is hoped he will not suffer any a noble fellow in every quality Col serious inconvenience from the acci- Austin who has a body ofsoluiers at Â¬ Â¬ IfcKl M for hi Oonntrpatloa SI mm Infants and Children Castoria cures Colic Sour Stomach Diarrhoea Eructation Kills Worms gives sleep and promotes dl Without injurious medication For several years I have recommended your Castoria and shall always continue to do so as it bos invariably produced beneficial results EnwiN F Pardm M D The Wlnthrop 125th Street and 7th Ave New York City 4uSM CMtorU is so well adapted to chfldrea tht I recommend itoa superior to any prescription n A Andres M D known to me 1U So Oxford St Brooklyn N T Tho use of Cantoris is so universal and merits so well known that it seems a work Few of supererogation to endorse It keep are the Castoria Intelligent families who do not within easy reach Ciblos Mabtyh D DCity Now York Bloomingdalo Belormed Church Late Pastor itfl relatives Died From Paralysis K m the city Tuesday Mrs John P Starks of Louisville Mr Wm H Raily a prominent is visiting her mother Mrs Lou Can- Â¬ Woodford county stock trader com- Â¬ non in this city mitted suicide by firing a pistol ball Mr Urey Woodson editor of the into his brain at his home in Ver- Â¬ Owensboro Messenger has been in sailles at 5 oclock last Saturday the city this week A iau irom a ouggy lasc Miss Minnie Brown of Louisville morning Mrs W B Mor- Â¬ October in which his head was in- Â¬ is visiting her sister jured is supposed to have unbalanced gan on the South Side D Johnson left Monday his mind He was a brother-in-la- w Mr Sam afternoon for New York to purchase of Mrs S F Railey of this city a spring stock of goods Purchased a Paper Miss Opal Crafft of Stamping Ground is visiting Miss Gracie Capt Sam M Gaines of this city has Waide at Meriwethers Hotel purchased the Maysville Democrat Misses Pattie and Lucy Burnley left Thursday to visit their sister Mrs R office and will in a short time begin H Crittenden at Pewee Valley the publication of a tri weekly paper Miss Kate Gheslin of Louisville in that city Capt Gaines is an old spent several days in the city the newspaper man having for year3 first of the week visiting friends edited the HopkinsvilleNew Era and TUien filnrn Mnnrfi Sherlev of Louis- - will make the Democrat a lively in- Â¬ i ville who has been visiting Miss Kate teresting sheet We wish him suc- Â¬ Green returned home Saturday cess in his new enterprise Mr Eddie P Hammond of Smith field is visiting his brother Mr A B Changes in Time this South Frankfort Hammond week It is understood at the depot that Miss May Bright of Nashville several changes in the time of ar- Â¬ Tenn and Miss Sophie Bright of rival and departure of trains upon nanville are visiting Mrs C F the L N Railroad will go into efim fect to morrow but the new time is W M Kavanaugh of Little card has not yet been issued What Arkansas is visiting Rev H SFKavanaugh and wife on Todd the changes will be exactly will prob- Â¬ V fifrppfc ably be announced to day Mr and Mrs Austin J Lynch of Found Gold Lexington spent Tuesdny in this city as the guests of Mr and Mrs V Mr Wm White of this county Berberich Little Miss Pattie Crutcher of this while walking on St Clair street city visited her grandmother Mrs near the entrance to the bridge Mary Moore in Georgetown the first Thursday afternoon picked up a ten of the week dollar gold piece lying upon the side- Â¬ kl Mr Frederick Henry editor of the walk He left it with Mr Z T Thom Clarion Versailles was in the city yesterday and paid the Roundabout asson for identification by the owner msjf a pleasant can Talked to the People Hon John Young Brown of Hen- Â¬ derson candidate for the Democratic Hon John Young Brown of Hen- Â¬ nomination for Governor has been sBh in the city this week derson candidate for the Democratic nomination for Goverrnor addressed Mrs May Winn and little daughter of Winchester who have been vis Â¬ a large audience at the Opera House iting Miss Kate Sanders returned on Thursday evening Many ladies were present in the audience home Monday morning been Mr W C Macklin who has Calves Sold running as a clerk on a steamboat in Mississippi for several the lower Mr Frank Chi nn has sold two fine months is at home again Jersey heifer calves to Mr Isaac Mr M E Jett accompanied by his Glasgow of College Corner Ohio daugnter iirs j j oruuhn ui xwu mond left yesterday morning to visit They were shipped by the U fc Ex Â¬ his daughtor in St Louis Mo press Co on Thursday Miss Selena Harris has returned Mr Frank Goldsmith the copper- Â¬ irom an externum vmi iu meuuo w smith who has been operating a shop Louisville on upper Main street for several Miss Florence Stanton returned years was stricken with paralysis on to friends in Tuesday from a visit Saturday and died Thursday after- Â¬ Lexington noon He was a splendid workman Miss Lillie Lindenbereer of Loui Du and had built up quite a trade in his ville was the guest of Miss Joe vall last week line He leaves a widow to mourn Mary Ma- Â¬ his death Misses Bonnie Todd and son Scott of this city are the guests The funeral took place yesterday of Miss Mary D Breckinridge in afternoon from his late residence on Washington City Lewis street Mr W V Weldon editor of the was in Bracken County Vindicator Suicided leaves his daughter Rose a lovable girl in charge of Mrs Osborne while Jack acts as tho Colonels guide An unprincipled scoundrel Morley by name has fallen in love with Rose He hates Jack as well and determines to possess the girl and destroy his foe and therefore conspireH with the Indians to kill the guide But an In- Â¬ dian maiden named Blueflowe spois the plotting loving Jack and being loved in return Many interesting situations follow the attack upon settlement the brave defence the burning of the Osborne homestead the capture of the girls They learn that they are sisters Then Jack and his rangers pursue the redskins and in the midst of fire and flames the victims are rescued In the engage- Â¬ ment Jack meets Morley and in a desperate fight kills him The In- Â¬ dians are enveloped in flames and the curtain descends upon a happy re union To say that such artists as James M Hardie and Sara Von Leer assumed the principal characters is to speak of the best and finest acting The whole supporting company is excellent and the scenery is fine Brooklyn Citizen At the Opra House to night THE WIFE the settlement learns that the troops on the Yellowstone are in danger and that he must succor them He 4 0 Trot Ckktaub Compaxt 77 Mohiut Street New York PILESI FOR MEDICINAL THE GREAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY FOR gib JV II SALT RHEUM ECZEMA WOUNDS BURNS c SORES CROUP BRONCHITIS PILESI VJ Send three two cent stamps for free sample box and book price so cents should say that the prevailing impression of the performance of The Wife is tone It pervades everything and everybody on the stage with quiet subdued harmony which forces the conviction that the work is rightly and admirably done without giving any particular reason for the conviction All one knows is that the scenes are effective that there is absolutely no offense in the peiformancc and that for some reabon the development of the play or perhaps better the emotions of the persons in the drama so quietly and yet so intensely expressed chain the attention Manager Daniel Frohman has promised to stage the play here in as elaborate manner as it was done in New York Opera House Monday Feb I Â¬ Â¬ 4HK R O I D SOKP ABSOIUTEiVY EUCE TAR OID CO CHICAGO ILL TpTTTT BATH TOILET AND NURSERY PURPOSES For sale by Dec 18 ly HERE ARE MANY Â¬ To clean tombstones To renew oO cloth To polish knives To scrub floors To clean dishes To whiten marble Dtntlita to clean fa tMtb Qurgaona to polUh their tnitrnments Confectioner to icour tbelr pane Mechanics to brighten their tool Cooks to clean the kitchen link Fainter to cloan off surfaces USES FOR JJXT 11 W To renovate paint To wash out sinks To remove rust To brighten metals To scour bath tubs To scour kettles EVERYBODY USES IT nomemalda to icrub matbla floor Chemist to remove aome stains Carvers to sharpen their knives Shrewd onea to scour old straw hat Soldiers to brighten their arm Renovators to clean carpet I 16 Boplneen to clem prt of machines Ulnlsteri to renovate old cbapelf Bextona to clean tba tombstones Hostlers on brasses and whlto honei Artist to clean tbelr palattaa Wheelman to clean bicycle 23 We offer CO dozen all linen handkerchiefs at 20c reduced from 35c S D Â¬ Johnson Co EVERY ONE FINDS A NEW USE DO NOT SUFFER ANY LONGER Â¬ Knowing that a cough can bo checked in a day and the first stagos of consumption broken in a week we hereby guarantee Dr Ackers English Cough Remedy and will refund tho money to all who buy take it as per directions and do not find our Uituient correct it J W Gayle Druggist S J THOMPSON -- IS PREPARED TO FILL ALL ORDERS FOR- - RoseDuas Cui Flowers ana Floral Deigns FOR Miss Maggie Gorman of Louisville who has been the guest of Miss Mag- Â¬ gie Newman in this city returned home Wednesday afternoon Miss Fannie Herndon of Louisville who has been visiting her aunt MiBS Annie Herndon near this city re- Â¬ turned home Monday afternoon Mrs I N Cardwell of Winchester who has been visiting her parents Capt H I Todd and wife in this city returned home Thursday afternoon Mrs Mary A Todd of Independ- Â¬ ence Mo and Mrs M W Woodson Dr W I Kelly Of Cincinnati will be at the Capi- Â¬ tal Hotel on Friday next February 20th when he will be glad to see any- Â¬ one in need of his services Dont fse SBDAMB nLLie Hamil ion Co O Juno 1889 One bottlo ot Pustor Koenlgs Nerve Tonlo cured ino entirely after phAblcians had tried it unsuccessfully for 8 uioutus to relievo mo of ncr W HUKNNEFELD tons debility Funerals 33 3m t---- Teleplione Connection Weddings - - - Louisville Ky 261 West Jefferson Street Physicians Couldnt Cure Him forget the date A Country Wedding Mr Lionidas Dinkle and Miss Mag Â¬ I tnko pleasure to lot jon known that my boy is had nny of gie L Moore will be married at An still all right ho hns not Tho pooplo tho spasms can hardly elnco about Murch 20th to morrow afternoon beliovo it from tho fact that ho had as many as 10 afternoon tioch Church of this city lea Wednesday n day or more I boliovo ho was n Tory nervous child all his life bat did not fchow nny signs of to visit friendB in Jessamine county Disorders which Affect the Kidneyi Docembor nftor which they and daughter Arc among the most formidable known Di epasms until lost enmo in regular succession and I had 8 doctors Mrs Emily Helm who could do nothing for him nor Miss Katie who have been visiting abetes Briglit8 disease grtivcl and other attending uswhatwasthemattor I had dospaired friends in this city left Tuesday af- complaints of tho urinary organs are not or even tell getting wall until 1 got Koeniga ot his over a boUIeful Af ternoon for their home in Elizabeth dinarily cared in scvero oases but they may Nerve Tonicwell tor taking not omtoleast sign or and has not had tho ho got qui to bo averted by timely medication A useful town glands has over been spasms since ltospectf ully Yours stimulant of the urinary amea MI1B E LEYTON in Hostctters Stomach Mrs Sallio Luckett who has been found which not only affords Bittersrequisite tho Z T lclne as visiting her daughtor Mrs I testify to tho facts JAS stated nbovo to ba stimulus when they becimo inactive but in HAKTY Pastor Thoraassonin this city has returned creases their vigor and secretive power By trictly true Birmingham Ala Â¬ increasing the activity of the kidneys and to her homo in additional norvous Â¬ People can Hardly believe it Jerskvville III May 30th 1888 W JOHN T BUCKLEY Queensware and Fancy China Tea Sets 56 The larg Â¬ pieces 2 Dinner Sets fioin 850 up est stock in Central Kentucky to select presents from Stoves Tinware and Home Furnishing Goods Cook Stoves from 475 up j Heating Stoves from 3 up Plumbing and Gas Fitting Tin Koofirig and Guttering Job work of all kinds in both branches done promptly aud guaranteed to lie lirsl class I have the largest stock in my different lines to be found in Cential Kentucky and at prices that are beyond all competitors Give me a call V Misses Pattie Marshall and Nona attended Gooodwin of Frankfort the marriage of Miss Bertie Ashurat on Wednesday Georyctcivn Enter- Â¬ prise KOEfHO MEDICINE CO CniCAUO ILL Rev Dr G 0 Kelley formerly of Infirm EO Witt U4m oor CMw Ot this citv but now of Louisville who SOLD BY DRUGGISTS at a reduc- Â¬ Price 81 per Bottle 100 Bottles for 95 has been in ill health for some time tion pairs Lace Curtains has been under the care of Dr Ham- Â¬ 23 of 20 per cent D Johnson Co J W GAYLE Druggist Frankfort Ky S mond of Washington City recently iK bama bladder this medicine has tho effect of expelling from tho blood impurities which it is tho peculiar office of those organs to eliminate ana pans off ihe Hitters 1h also a purifier and etrengthenerof 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 and di Our Pamphlet for sufforors of seases will be sent tree to any address and also poor patients can us obtain this medietas of chargo from This roraody bus been prepared by tho Iiovorena Pastor Kocnig of Fort Wayne Inu for tho past ton years and is now prepared under his diroo Hon by tno Â¬ JOHN T BTJCKLEY jpi MW irtttHl tfljftttir1 I V- - m J42feafc dw m a JL m THE 950 1 xxKjjdEIvS 1 We desire to say we have one of the largest lines of Buggies Surreys and Farm Implements Ever shown in Frankfort Also a large line of PLOW GEAR such as Collars Chains Sack Bands Names Bridles The best Collar Pad you ever saw for 40c No 20 for Work Bridles 75c No 19 for 9 125 Oliver Chilled Plow c c COME AND SEE US Av WE WILL SAVE YOU MONEY O FL Â¬ e have a nWness maker and can do your repairing or make you any thing wanted in the harness line Opposite Court house The Indian Question CRUTCHER aiv i CO -- m j and dreadful situation in the Indian ing our Indian relations It has been -- - a1aHHHiiDuinjajiainHiaaurHrijGra aiiBiiHia anr u a country Let the Indians be paid disgusted enough Heaven knows rlFinS XPt IUTV OD1MO nuviEmmwwr Ji IJiiinoiirtrci w v wiriu -- and ull enlargements vi if mu iiiitururro the money that is due them with the weak and silly paltering J absolutely removed by of the let the badly needed supplies that honors cruel brutes like Sitting At the request of the ladies Indian Missionary Society we pub- Â¬ be sent out to them at once as pledg- Â¬ Bull until they can do mischief that ed and let land be meted out in sev- Â¬ costs the country thousands of dollish the following articles eralty Let fraud and incompetence lars and the lives of manv brave men LAW1EN From the llopklnsvllle New Era give place to integrity and ability red and white And yet even this is Now that the outbreak of the Sioux let corrupt and dishonest agents less infamous than the deliberate It tias the unnnalifled endorsement of our lead Indians is over it is well to inquire be supplanted by honest and reliable breaking of pledges that leaves to ing Huraumen una veterinarians the cause of the late trouble and ones do away with the present odious the friendly Indian no choice but a into wXX Mr C E Dinkiiart Cmhicr Hattliank rsrs r at Washington ovaioai in paying puiuiuui uuuis ac starvation or revolt If the Sissetons A tfkV urge the authorities ouiviuii uinnrayn One bottlscurl a M ry bud case of blood spavin to take the proper steps to remove the expense of the Indians Quit and Wahpetons were to rise just now 1 on u nmru for which 1 have since been offered 00 those might these causes It is conceded by situa- robbing the Indians and then send in order that they fVialT get food for I would not bo without It If It coat fjU a bottle fnmlliaa im most familiar with the whole ing troops to kill men women and tliomaaltroa nnl lle have hundred of such testimonials Price SlSq pit liattle Asx your drueclst for it If tion that the trouble was caused by children because the poor creatures should presently mow them down 1 be dues not lifj itMtd ns 12 2c stampa for trial box the jobbery corruption and incompe- Â¬ will not endure their wrongs in si- Â¬ with Gatlings and bury with all the W B EDDY AVtilrhnii v v tency of the Indian Agents and theÂ¬ lence It is not enough that good honors of war those of their leaders iccoBassnEiBiaioimcSt CBicorOiCBtBijn jamia3aj3iBJiBiiijaj CO arm mm m wwimiwm neglegence of those in control of In- honest and competent men and wo- Â¬ who remained faithful to the United affairs at Washington Gross men be sent out to take charge of the States and turned ther arms against dian and serious wrongs have been perpe- Â¬Â¬ agencies schools ect but they should their destitute and dying kinsmen trated upon those unfortunate peo- be kept there during good behavior But when they ask of us the means ple There can be but little doubt and removed only for proper cause ui me pieagea oy us aua ueniea to the Indians that had the debts due and clothing It is difficult for the Indian to make them when they need not royal hon- Â¬ much progress so long as those who ors in death but the wherewith to been paid and rations Government prom have worked among them are dismiss Â¬ sustain their miserable lives we are ses the conflict of arms could have ed to make place for anew set of off- Â¬ too busy to attend to it They can been avoided The gross deception icials every four years however wait It is so much easier for them practiced by the last Commission to honest and worthy and hence we to die of starvation than for a Con the Sioux tne nunger ana suiienu believe that civil service rules should gressman to miss the chance of an among them caused by their being apply to tho appointment of all ofil- - objection or the glory of a speech defrauded robbed and starved b cor- Â¬ ciafsand teachers among the Indians The honest men of the country are rupt and dishonest agents and the Congress should grant the proper ap- Â¬ weary and sick at heart with this failure of the government to fulfill propriations for Indian education whole Indian scandal of which our the terms of the agreement by which and for purchasing seeds and farm- Â¬ treatment of these friendly and loyal 1000000 acres of land were recently ing implements for the Indians on people is a most infamous item It ceded by the Sioux for white settle Â¬ the reservations so as to give them a would be better for the Indian it ment are the immediate reasons for start towards being self supporting would bo more creditable to us to the Indian revolt Back of all this is When these things are done an era order the military now in the field to a long record of violated treaties and of prosperity progress content and march to the Sisseton agency and of great misery inflicted by tyranny peace will settle upon the Indians there quietly murder every Indian treachery and fraud which is outlined The people all over the country waitinc for food denied and monev by the letters of Bishop Hare Father should petition Congress and the due them than to keep up this ghast- Â¬ Crafts Miss Elaine Goodale and President to inaugurate as speedy ly farce From beginning to end it out others of the missionary force dis- Â¬ as possible these greatly needed re- Â¬ has been the greatest of misfortunes to the Indian to keep honorably his there These things were just asmas forms obligations with this government graceful and outrageous as the Fidelity has been the signal for neg- Â¬ norA nf thfihimdred Indian women nf the Capital HntEl- lect for justice for the decree of and children on Wounded Knee creek From the Pioneer Press St Paul Minn starvation just as cruelty and treachlast month by the Seventh Oavelry ery havo won the consideration that under Col Forsyth A CONTRAST an abject nature yields to qualities sufferings of the Sioux have The SSTThey will fill this space with an entirely new advertisement Is there any hope that this great like these In the light of the heroin a been unusually great for two or three ever deal honestly and ic devotion of these Indians who short time years past owing to the fact that the nation will the Indian question have helped to remove the most dan Â¬ crops in South Dakota have been an reasonably with more ignoble or hu- Â¬ gerous of their race laying down As they depend in We know of no utter failure part upon their farm products for miliating contrast than that of last their own lives with single hearted WILL YOU SUFFER with dyspep Â¬ subsistence this would nave caused Wednesday While the five heroic and ready devotion the further de- sia and Liver Complaint Shilohs TE3IE some suffering even ifthe full amount Indian policemen who gave up their lay of the Sisseton and Wahpeton Vitalizer is guaranteed to cure you in indelible disgrace and For sale by J W Gayle 27 of rations had been issued to them Â¬ lives for the nation and the attempt to bill will be an crimes OLD KENTUCKY ROUTE restore order the foulest of But misfortunes multiplied their al- arrest Sitting Bull on the frontier were being buried lowance of beef was reduced by the A Good Record I have SHILOHS COUGH Yates ConsumpGovernment one million pounds in with military honors from Fortfor tho Chamberlains Cough Remedy sold tion Cure is sold by us anda guarantee Â¬ Newport News A Mississippi Valley Co E D for on 1889 the bill appropriating money 1888 and still another million in SHORT LINE TO years E B It cures Consumption For sale by Wah the Sisseton and they were defrauded of a great just claims of was laid over andWash- Â¬ ten Vail la says druggistalways Legg Â¬ J W Gayle and have war of 27 at amounts in 1889 peton Indans deal of these reduced Washington Philadelphia and never bottle Â¬ a member ington and 1890 by dishonest Indian Agents posed in order to give to prepare op- Â¬ ranted it During the had a 90 daysre-I past turned for to it full time Baltimore And to add to their distress the New York measles prevailed with great viru- Â¬ tho expression of his ideas No clear- Â¬ have sold twelve dozen and it has Old Point and the Sea Shore HFEtls er case than that of the these Indians given perieci satisiaction in every lence in 1889 the grippe in 1890 and instance It does not dry up a whooping cough attacked the chil- Â¬ ever came before the government cough but loosens and relieves it AND ALL EASTERN CITIES who died They have failed to receive the sums dren so that besides those IN EFFECT JANUARY 4 16Jl to them until they It will cure a severe cold in less time a slow lingering death by starvation due and promised to absolute desti- than any other treatment 50 cent Fast from these diseases have been reduced many perished Fast Mall Accommo 1 EAST BOUND Express Dall dation which found an easy prey in their tution If they had been hostiles they and 1 mbottles for sale by J W Gayle Dally 22 ExSuny Dally Â¬ ample rations enfeebled bodies Many pathetic ap- Â¬ would havo received they could depeals were sent to the head of the In- Â¬ and tho coddling that Louisville Lve 2 35 pm Married 7 45 am dian Bureau but all these were treat sire But it is thoir misfortune which Lexington 0 10 pin 11 40aiii 5 25 pm contempt The poor crea our system seems to hold a crime to Winchester ti 55 um 12 45 pm ed with 0 35 pm the residence of the 3It Sterling 7 20pnii im have been faithful to the govern Â¬ brides uncle Mr Itnnes M Wnkelleld on Hroad 7 80 pm tures have been systematically i opm Olive 11111 a 03 pini 3 35 pm 10 15 pm They have never betrayed it way Wednesday mornliiK February 11 ISM by posed upon defrauded and robboa by ment Ashland loaupm 5 35 pm any Catlettsburg Indian Agents and other Government They havo refused to join in have Hev W C Taylor Rev H 31 lolsgroe and 3lhs 10 43 pm 0 COpm Mildred Moore They Huntington Arr 11 07 pm1 0 25 pm in the movement acainst it ofllcials for years but never Immediately after the ceremony the jounk cou Â¬ history of the country has any ad stood loyally as tho friends of the ple left on the L X N train tor n short bridal WEST HOUND ministration made such a bad record white man And for that sin they trip THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST in tho management of Indian affairs aro left to starve the th Inst at the There is no question of fact in tho residence of Mr Cul Smith 3Ir Hubert Smith as tho present one Never liaB there Charleton Lve lam 12 50 am been more suftoring more cause matter The chief of these Indians mill 31Ks Annie Lea Hev Kd Hobeits otllelatlng Bwgitowo to Hew Orleans Huntington 1 10 pm 0 00 am for complaint moro dissatisfaction has sent to the authorities tho pathet Â¬ Catlettburg Lllll 0 Loaini DIED My people aro starv Ashland mon ic message experienced 1 1U pill 0 35 am Honest and 01le Hill an pm Is it true They aro starving 8 47 am 3 45 am have been discharged and thoir ing Mt Sterling Time 25 Hours 4 32 pm 10 SLianti POLK In this city on Thursday February ti 25 am places filled with tho henchmen of not because they aro idle and disso lSJl Mrs Fauule Iolk wile of J H Polk Winchester 5 11 pm 11 1511111 7 15 um and lute but because thoy havo confided Funeral this alternoon at 2 oclock Irom the Entire Trains llaggage Car Daj Coaebe Lexington Arr 5 45 pm lJ 40 pm 8 10 tun politicians LouisWlle vrrl 0 15 pm 4 SO pin 12 15u u Sleepers run throiuh without change frequently with the veritable out Â¬ in tho Boloinn promise of tho nation Ilaptlst Church It to provide for them and tho promiso HUXTOX In this city onA Sunday February 8 LI3IITEI VESTIIllLED FXlUtSS cast of the Indian agency post rutin THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST tlallr ami has Vestlbuled V ill mi HmTet Sleep Tho Sisseton agent lSJl Charles Infant son of L Iluxtuu is not strange that those grievous is unfulfilled ers between LouNvllle Lexington V slUngtoii statomont in wrongs drove tho Indians into a ro has confirmed their Ala- - New Wk and Old Point Comfort Georgetown to Jacksonville Great Discoverers This train ovory particular ana asueu in mo Is made part of the celebrated volt as a last resort name of justico and humanity for Boll and Edison aro to tho What Those who boliovo that tho only 371- Time 26 Hours 7 good Indian is a dead Indian and immodiato relief not a gratuity but olophono and eloctricity says tha ittsburg News Dr Franklin Miles Througt Meepers without change The Short East of JHiiitlngton on the C A O Route tho Indians are an im tho mere payment of moneys over claim that betwreii Cincinnati and would duo Tho Indian commissioner at ho well known specialist in nervous Hue Lkaimiox riru jivu ucAiMtriinsdil y except muultiy pediment to civilization K Time 11 Hours between Lexington ami Huntington KNUXV1MK probably liko to sottlo tho Indian Washington affirms and ratifies ovory dincaos 1b to tho uorvous system arid Tenn rect connections at Huntington wlthO Make di V o N C 17 AMIKV1MK Ashland with S V Ky At Wlneliestor with At question by exterminating thorn Htatomont Thoro is no difference of nervo iluid Anions his numerous K CliATTAMHXiA TKNN 11 no question as to facts discoveries tho Restorative Nervine CRR north Nand south bound and at Lexlng Tho largo majority of tho American opinion and ATLANTA ii 15 L S and C N 0 Ar T l Rail- touwlth L V But tho appropriation is undoubtedly one of the greutost IllUMlNCIHAM ALA people irrespective of party desiro anywhere 10 Direct Connections at New Orleannand a very dilforont kind of settlement committoo thinks that prosont dis It Is unsurpassed in norvousnoss dys Â¬ port for Texas Mexico and California Shrme r0NANtT0LlVE HILL ACCOMMO bo romoved onlyat tho nopsia hoaduoho opilopsy neural In tho first place Congress should trosB should Leave Frankfort via Kentucky Mltllaiitl Hallway i AK AtiVH111- - L0Iwts at Winchester to nnd a Commission to go to Pino prioo of refusing to pay to theso In Â¬ gia baokaohe melancholy sloeplefw via icoixetown 545a in jarrlveClnclnnatl 1025 ijgrjlivllky111 LeXIKtt Wlt appoint S- Kidge Rosobud and Standing Rock dians their back annuities and the nees ohanpo of Hfe eto Free trial a in Quicker than any other line All trains arrive at depart from Central Unlou For full Information In regard to boUleo of it may be had of J W Rates Routes agencies to thoroughly investigate bill must Ho ovor until thoro is timo Dcjiot Cincinnati f tllsor oimectltiB 7 AltU iliiego t theso monstrous ovils that cry aloud to vontilato that miostion in debato Â¬ Gavle druggist All should road his Jor Hates 3lapsVo address Jvcic and Startling Facts for the stf FRANK W WOOLLEY 11 E ljuNTlNjITONU for redress Thon such immodiato It is of a piece with our wholo outra C L BnoWN Traveling Iass Agt a vory able interesting and Jlicted stops should bo taken by Congress as geous dealing with tho Indian Lexington Ky lnaiLKMXlKaT0XiePlA8flt D shall render forever impossible a Tho Pioneer Press will not bo ac Â¬ linoly illustrated book Free to all 0 0 HARVEY EDWARDS UWnutNKY WS HAliniSOK 6 J 1 A T A Vlce 1res CINCINNATI O repetition of tho present doplorablo cused of sentimentality in discuss d A Lexington Ky A Ashland Ky Kf HflRSFSK OI NTSVIENT i AX W URED QUI5WS I Â¬ vmSF JACOBSWIGERTCO Have Removed From the Baltzel Building oust maxt steebt to H101 IND 102 MN STREET- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fVSirvri l53S Â¬ aasKHiP UII Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ POLSOnOVK-MOOllE-- -- Â¬ SMITll-fjKA-Thursd- 11 -- 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 Block-of-Fiv- es I Â¬ Â¬ f Â¬ 7 r w warmjanttganjuwr JE7 It S f f We beein the new vear with a more complete P nnrlcj them nvm lirifi of nw f 1 Jm Ism jura atnassGSfl ksuIk mo oeiore of every description and and repairs for same Harrows St ed Sowers Corn Planters Cultivators etc Xj O T7 S3 Buggies - Pheafons Surrys and Road Carts A full line of In many styles In all sizes Saxid saaad SaCaraess all prices Wagon Harness Plow Gear and variety of SADDLES What we it to your interest to call and see us A- ALL KINDS OF FIELD SEEDS advertise you will find wo kwh And wc are sure that tftHWWIHWI Willi -- I VI we can make ii WIUllMflWtWW W I Mill - Hlllll M m FRAiNKFOKT iiOlWDAMUT totered at tho post offlct at Frankfort Kentucky as second class mailable matter fiEO A Scott county Virginia and he had been one of Messrs Mason Hoge Cos trusted employes for the past Sn Time of Course The rieminjyaburg Gazette asks this question Did rho ground hog see hishnciow Several ot our ex- cllanfes lhink he did while the En terprise in of the opinion he did not luu xuuea oi rni piat e wiioseeuuoi is considered as high authority upon the ground hog weather as Emmett Login U10n n g00s0 i101ie alsosays the g h did not ce his shadow The papers claiming that he saw liis shad- owcoriainly counted by Sun tune ml lJie diljerence of the statements 0f the newspapers may have been caused by the kind of time observed The weather for the six weeks follow- - FARM A FOR KM UW hVS LY- I W J Will practice 7in j- M JR Courts Ilriuse 5 JHIHH LEWIS Editor and Publisher 14 eight years lie was unmarried and very highly spoken of by all wno is knew him The remains were brougnt to this i Intuit tin ranktdit ami Kltt Irirk pike tliri o it I i half niles tioni Vrankfo t Is oflured ioi sail ai a uariiiii liiu iiiiunim iresn ami A zwnl oivlMrd of tin liiniruveiuenis choice frmt Aewr fulling water i over the piavo h 1111 i 1 KVtiM V ACIis JtOISK DR in nil State fice Mcoml floor Custom Of- FRANKFORT FEBRUARY 1891 city Wednoidav morning and shipped f v mi 411 in tK iiru Terns i AN ARCADE BRISGE A Kovel IIoa SugGSlccL by Jwclge Blraisc - to his old home m Virginia accom panied by his brother He hold stock in the Kentucky Investment and Loan Association m this city to the amount of C20iu upon whicn lie haa paid up the assignments for three a srnnrrH fiisy i 1 0 Ifl8 rUDIiC nun kom owini 1 Hf a3 cr bbl bT MlkJL liiiuiiy Ti Hei lirloc J nt Man Ulihoni KIou Huilt r it iviiwrtnjii aijs TIIK LOWHHTAIL years in advance m- - Judce George C Drane in conversation with a friend on the topic of the demand of the United States Govern- ment for a new bridge or higher ele- for the old wooden bridge sug- gested a novel idea for the plan of a new bridge that might be worth con- sideration by the City Council and the tax pa vera at the time they are brought face to face with -the ques- tnn Un nWl t int if Frankfort over expects to grow and show the public spirit and enterprise of a city she must keep pace with the adancing age and build her public works to meet the requirements of a distant future as well as the pressing needs of the present The city is some What circumscribed in her business area and the time is not very remote when every inch of ground on tho business streets both JSorti and South bidi will be laisen up una more room demandtd by the growing Then said tne trade of the city Judge why not hav a bridge built the width of St riiiv nu ti with walk ways as wide as the pavements on that street and with store rooms on both sides of tho bridge in the order of an arcade This bridge it is true would cost more than a bridge built merely for wagons and foot passen- gers but it would also bo quite a a here could bo source ot revenue at lease fifteen or twenty store rooms on a side which would rent for not less than twenty dollars a month which would yield the city no less than 100 or 700 a month or nearly eight thousand dollars a year These store rooms would bo most desirable because they would be right on tho line of every person in tho city pass ing back and iorth on the bridge at least two or three times a day and there is hardly a person in the city that does not cross it at least tnree -- j J j TAHTIV went into the lloiirfctor buoinesa of running the weather long Till 17 2 TJie trial of King Bird the negro before standard tisno came into n eonviut who murdered a FARM FOR vict in the Penitentiary last summer use he still continues to run by sun was begun in the Circuit Court Mou time as all sensible peopleshouid do day and not concluded until late Of course he saw his shadow dont r ok- voh cwx at at ijahoain 1 my uuiii oiitilnni 17iacrLj at tut immtli Tuesday afternoon when the jury the wcasber prove it Knlucky river In Franklin of Fikliori mi tbf county mostly bottom laud anl Is hiiltnbio It brought in a verdict of guilty and Is fordo ciiilhiton of loin Frais2fsrt KSsji SciiC5l llnelv walcivil by ootids ui and tobaccoailil Ithas fixed his punishment at twenty one i siii it litis lion i i 2ii adt wcil btt In blueur iss about s iie nub years in ine ieniienciary Honors for tho weel ending Fel It a oud iidiiieu Kiim b rn and ct lier uctvs- sary out bulloins ni iocittM to nuilce a du several years yot to serve of the time ruary C llftlitfin nic for which he was origanally sent to For tertm Mil on or Uss in atlornt SIJ NIOIt CLASS Scott V Vloiutt rankrurt K the pen he will be old enough to SI AliY K jU UT KS 10 iiiu Gm Roll of honor Sidio Grant AS know better when he gete out First honor Fiosfie French 98 fellow-con-vatio- Twenty one Yesjrs Gcorgctoivr Evtciprisc It As ihc ground hog determine t lie Kind nt time use by the nig Hie id o l ebuary will ft-h- -I DlMOilit ell VII iiiiiiil lot Custom tnilln nuldtiil UeM liuiii KJmir IlostX X X litft X X tl 1itiiit Invincible Iit Jllll 651 uu- fi per olhJjitrbbl ilfcnf JIW bbl uii ier blil wr tse I r lauiugiujpuui N i i fll tt TilO H 334 MAIN STRKHT i FEANKEOllT KY Bus -- u- - hi S Poultry Humify I I i a SWocdy Affair j j j if n- The bridge side on the North Side could be made of iron be elevated in the center and with iron girders and supports stretching out over tho sides to build tho stoie rooms upon and whether considered costly in tho erection or not enough of my plan may bo inferred by far seeing practical citizens to realie that it would be both ornamental and useful as a Â¬ orfourtimesaweekevenil theydoro- - i bridge and advantageous and profit Â¬ able to the city in the enlargement of her business area Bralccmaii Killed While a freight train on tho Ken- Â¬ tucky Midland was being switched at Georgetown Monday evening WmS Bransford one of tho brakemeu on tho train was running along the track in front of the train when lie slipped and fell one of the freight cars passing over him indicting injuries upon his head shoulder and breast from which lie died that night Branefords home was at Gold Hill Â¬ Sk siji WeUs summoned aid and at- - Emeline Crtig 9G i A pamphlet of Information antlnb l Old Market house Cornor templea to arrest tnem in company Third honor -- Cecile McEwan 91 vstract or mo iawa snowing Jiow to witn tiie saloon keeper and Mr Samp uutnin jmeniB caveats Trade vMarus copyricnts toni jrecy ROn lll mir8ftl entered a small room rHANKFOKT - KV FIItsT YKAK CLASS Addrt K1UKH O CU nearly a dozen negroes were whore V3G1 Ilrondwuy First honor Cinnie Theobald 100 New York congregated and attempted to arrest WM Second honor Boosic Kaydon 99 the ringleauerrf Russell was pushed out of doors by a negro who locked Annie Coleman 99 the door on the insideandatonce the Third honor Ida Brady 98 Julia Sampson McCkue 9S Mary Nelson OS Lo roef3 10an siootiK vmo badly shot and the Marshal ORE BOLLIH WEEILT Wells was fatally wounded Several rena Xewhorse 98 OF CINCINNATI OHIO of the negroes were shot but none WILL BK AT THE bzfyo SioleEx mortally ilost of them including BUYS A GOOD G03D WATCH were alr0sted and lho rIugienderi HOTBL hurried oil to Danville to avoid bfting At come time between Saturday IN KKANKKUHT KY lynched night and Tuesday morning a sneak BY GLOB SYSTEM Marshal Voils died Wednesday thief entered the store of Mr Thos FRIDAY FFB 20 1891 from the efiects of his wounds He J Biiilan on St Clair street and Our II kirt patuit stiit iiM uold crises uiOi FRIDAY MARCH 13 1891 valUi u ami Kluui was a urst cousin ot ex roneemun carried off a pocket book containing iiinvtiiiLiit in il Hir ivdiillc itiil vP KiiiiViii ritiin wind W R Wells of this city and had one hundredand ninety dollars which ami biT lnmtliu or uin u fici- iidxs or m nfh ntiy Kliiii been marshal of Junction City for Mr Brislan had placed in i tin cash hli wiitclifhto for f7r vittli Wu mdl om ol tbftic BLEEDING tfLlND or ITCHIHfi many years The box in the rear of tho store g Cured wtuwut any surclai operutlouand wlti Q Cs - Av k3 T T little or no palu KuJ fJ money was placed there late Satur day evening and tho loss not diseov- - and send to any address bj itusteivd mall or Chloroform Ligature or Knife New Tobacco Iflaiiis h MiruaC o I with privllcvn of exauilna- faci ory ered until Tuesday tlon It not neccsNiry with thli mode ot truutmoiVi - Our luuiit at Iiurlmm N C iw B lSOCtJXA IN ANO dont know OufiWBliTs liivicniifessi t New TeleirsspJi Iwine Messrs L B Marshall J L John lio jou can funildi such worl lor tlu mouej Is cured SOn and CJus Thomas have assoeia FISSURES We understand that the Postal tfi themselves together under the Telegraph Company who are rapidly Cared without cutting or tearing amo or ti10 Capital Tobacco Manu stretching their lines over tho South wanted at eicii tdie Write for iiartlculifh CATARRh ULCERATION filctUring Co have filed articles of have made arrangements to run a incorporation in the County Clerks lino into Ot the bowol cured this city and expect to have oillca and will next week begin it in operation in the spring As this EMPIRE WATOH CO Dr IJeily hoa now been vialtlng this city rgo arly f r neaio rovwu huih ami tu many emeu preparations for tho manufacture company is Y 13 and CD Maiden Lane New Yorl virtually tho Gould bo lino maac bmotiR the wealthy ami Intluintltv in this city Mr of all kinds tobacco cltlenaaro outllcletit OTidenee of his Huceeos db Mackey Atlantic Cable Company it is T It j now a well vdublluhed fuct that innu P AT ill lin fln Knulimiu fKiscn of the Btomach liver kidney blnddnt trfn tf uiT hil nrlir1 if infirliro f hiu SLEEP IN PEACE voinb and nervoui iimm are either cnuiw ot manager whilo Mr J h Johiibon it Avill be likely to stay wuravited by the consistence of 1ILKS VISTfh will have charge of tho factory assist- Â¬ city LA KISSOBKor HKCIAL ULCKU RKKKRKNCKS ed by Mr Thomas They have rent Â¬ Georgetown Itarriecl at ed a portion of the old Cotton Facto- Â¬ Ir KK Gober Frankfort Ky Franklin Monlrt iruofensbiyg ry building from Messrs Choate J T BUteu Kmnkfort Ky Miss Bertie Ashurst a young lady FOR BED BUGS V Merberlch Kraukfort Ky Graham and propose to turn out as who has many friends in this city lUv L l Hulett Benson Ky a H MctUure Frankfort Ky good stock as can be manufactured where she has frequently visited and This preparation Is miihtIit to all ntlurn to Klcliard KerKUSon FrauKlnrt K tin iolIoliiiieaSiiiH M in this country Tho latest and most Mr John S Rowlett of Corinth J Hujdies KranKfnrt Ky It kills Urn butts Instantly ItelbTttiHll tbelrtKkS therefore improved machinery will bo put in Grant county were married at tho only uecessai dostioys once or tvlce iIuiIiik It Is David Moore Henxoii K Tan M Wltrow l niiikfnrt Kv to uo It the DR KKTLKYB offlce nnd resldenc Is at ifc and tho establishment fitted up in house of tho bride in Ceogotown on beason V7eot Klglith street Cincinnati und where u It Iossersesndvaiitiittsovei- liquet pmsderrthifirst class stylo Mr Marshall who is Wednesday of last week as can be used In pin es uhicli t hoy mur he found every day ol each week EXCEPT asinucb can not reaidi a hustler will push tho business for FBIDAIB AHD 8ATDEDAYS Its odor Is aurecahle and It Is warranted not to Injure carpets linen or furniture all it is worth and will be ably assis pAmplilets describing these diners and th Alton Wedding jin cts can result train Its UHUaK K No fatal ted by Mr Johnson who lias had contains no poUon whleli fact hhould lvolt u uiodeof treatment sent free to uuy one by d repaint place lu even household considerable experience in tho busi- Â¬ Mr W M Blakemoro and Miss Sold In arte bottU at 21 cents each ness Wo wish tho now company Helen Gudgel will bo married at tho Korsalo by W II AVKKILL at vvlioluBalo and W I KELLEY M retail abundant success and hope our Christian Church at Alton Anderson JOHN H STAOKHOUSB a69WeatHlghthSt01nolnnatl O CO homo merchants will encourage them county on Thursday afternoon Feb- Â¬ SOLE ACKNTS OT OONSULTATION FXWJH fW ruary 26th at 3 oclock B3a Arch Street 1elladelpb In with their trade -j Paftsie Anumberof ay am laurel counties were return ingfrom Frankfort Friday and when rney reacneci junction it sonu oi them enored Kusseiis saloon and becune very boistoroU9i city Mar Annie Magi 11 OS Second honor Addie Rnpe Georgia Payne 97 Third honor -- Virgie 2Celson from JITKIOU CLA8S 97 -- T3feSiSSs For Sale by Roll of honor Maggie Daniel 10J First honor Maggie Culter 9 Second lionor Mary Crutciier 90 W G Drucro l3t AYLE Dp W I KeUey il CAPSTAN - P is m mm wm 11 1 PRATTS KILLER - - 11 Â¬ I imm mmasmsmsm fjlijmBfjffffljwwiaj mm OF snusi pjln7WWr irATWTT IK Up tho vast assemblage Thero were about fifty couples on tho floor at one Tho following timo table is now in time while tho number of spectators N road effect upon tho L who did not participate in the danco WE1T TltAINB rnn am was very large Tho music furnished No231oaviHFnuikfort 8 0 a m was delightful and those present en No 17 leaves Frankfort 1213 p ni joyed thomsolvcs leaves Frankfort Novil until near the dawn 010 pm of Tuesdny Nolilonvon Frankfort TIME TABLE R FLOWER BOSTON The Famous Specialist to Visit This Section in a May Few 9 mm TO EVERYBODY TRAIN KAHT No 18 leaves Frankfort No 20 leaves Frankfort No 122 No IBS 2 1 Frankfort arrives Frnnkfort leaveH 2T 10ir 457 ir 012 n p p p in in in Voice From USmvling Green m make commotion at An Â¬ tho Louisviilo Times of Tuesday aftor chorage for Hhelbyville and Bloomflold iioon washeaded Konelms Kick and at LnLTiuiiro for Cincinnati As the writer displays a great deal B P HKYAN No and Tho following 21 communication to Agent IS1 K I PttASJKMlT UOUNUABUlf - FRANKFORT FEBRUARY i4 181 Graiatetl Pensions Levi Berry and William BitBhof this city were granted pensions on Tuesday for service in tho late Avarm - Seeking a Nomination Attorney General P W Hardin of this city has announced himnelf as a candidate for tho Democratic nomination for Governor Â¬ Next Iflonlli Rumor hath it thatayoung gentleman sojourning in the western part of tho State will come to this city to claim a bride from among the young ladies of tho South Side some time Â¬ in March Lexington Sale Quite a number of the horse men of this county have been attending the sale of horses in Lexington this week and many of them have sold a portion of their stock at the same fair prices being realized Molds On tinues and the weather the firstof the week demonstrated the wisdom of his hogship in again seeking his hole on As a the second of this month prophet tho shadow of the weather groundhog never grows less o The ground hog winter still con- Â¬ Collate Sold Mr J H Williamson has sold his new two story cottage on Third street between Steele and Conway to Miss Ruth Robinson for two thousand dollars cash Miss Roninson will take posession next week and remove thero to reside Violate Ellis Parole - V Russell Brown a negro sent to the Penitentiary from Lcinrjton upon the charge of manslaughter who was released on parole after serving four months of his timo was returned ollicfcr ment Li there bo any to the Pen on Monday by order of who finds Frankfort too State to suit quiet tho Governor having violated the him then by all means 1st him re sign hiu oflico at onee for wo take terms of his parole such fact as indisputable evidence of his inefilcioncy as a public ofiice Wauled Nanie holder be he lit for whatever other purpose ho may who sent us a com- Â¬ A Friend Remember that tho most gay cost- Â¬ munication from Poldgrovo is re- Â¬ ly and gorgeous Capitols the world gov lias over have been quested to send his name to this of- ernment known of despotism the When seat Â¬ fice and ho will receive the informa- tho Capital of a country becomes a tion ho desires As wo have already social centre it has become at the published one obituary of the person same time unworthy and inoliicient the seat of government upon whose death ho writes wo hard- Â¬ asNever mind about the comparative ly think another desirable humbleness and unpretentiousness of tho Capitol building Tho peopl no complaint about it It Suburban lliesMeaice Sole aro making purpose very well What answers its aro anxious to see is their Mis John C Poden has purchased the peopletax made as low as is con- Â¬ common of Mr R W Smith his residence on sistent with a wise just and economi- Â¬ Thorn Hill for twenty live hundred cal expense of Stato and thereby a bulled in dollars This was a great bargain as little handsomer eapitolpeople want their pockets What the tho place cost Mr Smith over three to oio is not a more splendid and thousand dollars and thohouso has honorably appearing Capitol build Â¬ been built but little more than a year ing but tho ability and conduce of to who aro Mr Poden took possession last week public servants to honor sent ono tho Frankfor such as and moved in Kknklm we have Bow lino Gimin Ky Fou Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ And a great variety of articles he has a perfect wo hope lie will continue to do so vigorously 9cq8Ib FftM Mtirnfotyn theirfriends rsrl U It strikes me as itmuststriko every dMiriiGu citizen of the State not personally Police and privately interested in the mat Â¬ In order to induce our customers to buy flour packed in it is a piece of the merest terthat in that august body the Tho members of the original Pow- Â¬ absurdity Constitutional Convention to con- Â¬ der Horn Club are requested to meet sume one moment of its timo consid Â¬ at their Wigwam to morrow morning ering tho removal of tho State Capi- at 11 oclock By order of tal For all practicable and legiti Â¬ VK ARE W M Gaines mate purposes for all purposes for 23 lt Grand Chief which tho Capital was made to serve there is no beter place in the State for its location than where it now is Rafting This is a proposition so open so sim- Â¬ ple and plain that nil argument on Ask your grocer A great many rafts of logs are now The above articles with every paper sack of flour tho point appears the utmost super- Â¬ for passing Beattyvillo on their way to fluity and ridiculousness If barkening to the alleged reasons Ford Frankfort and other down river Let us advise all the mills of the Lexington or the Louisville points lobby the Constitutional Convention at these places to make hay while the should decide to move tho Capital to sun shines as it is only a question In paper sacks eiChor one of these cities then with of a few months until the R N I Every sack warranted a parity of logic tho Capital might B will be completed to this point be moved back to Frankfort or to and the Beattyvillo mills will cut any other point in the Stato For as practically all the timber that will sound reasons can be given for a per- Â¬ come out of her three rivers With petual removal of the Capital as are facilities for sloping timber from our now being urged for its removal from this poin friends down the river will either have to move Frankfort To these Commercial Clubs their mills to Beattyvillo or quit buswhich send out their lobbies from tho iness as they will then be unable to No Money Required of Responsible Parties to Commence Treat- Â¬ different cities wanting tho Capital I compete with Beattyville prices Be ment would say What is your motive warned in time como now to Beatty-Â¬ for wanting tho Capital moved Is it ville select your mill site and get the interest of the Stato you have at every thing in order to move with heart Or do you really look over the procession Beattyville Enterprise the interest of the State and only have in view the commercial and real estate interest of your own par- Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria 11 ticular city If tho former bo your motive then your patriotism is far Nerve Liver And more to be praised than your sagaci- Â¬ Miles Free ever fourth uiek trerealttr ljfConsuliation inl Examinai Pills ty If tho latter be your motive then your sagacitj is far more to be An important discovery They act praised than your patriotism Tho smaller the more quiet tho on tho liver stomach and bowels -smrzsysivr more of a rural air a town may through tho nerves A new principle 3waH4 breathe tho bettor suited it is a loca- Â¬ They speedily cure billiousness badÂ¬ tion for the State Capital for such a taste torpid liver piles and constipalocation is in tho greatest degree tion Splendid for men women and possible accessible to tho various children Smallest mildest surest doses for 25 cents Samples free at seductive and vitiating agencies 50 W 45 lv Gayles Frankfort Ky which for one purpose and another J should continually gather about and nmsPFv beset a Capital situated in a largo city Surely we can not bo too so- Â¬ Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria licitous in seeing to the wholesome ness and purity of the social and moral environment of tho fountain OUJX VESLY ESJEQT i ulJ r 5 I ss s 3 I A of Statu Government that thereby P2B all things possible may conduce to tho purity of tho waters that issuo Confirm our statement when we say therefrom Yet this fact is over- that Dr Ackers English Remedy is looked by thoso who for prjvate and in every way superior to any and all individual ends ire striving to have other preparations for trie Throat the Capital moved from Frankfort to and Lungs In Whooping Uoiuyh and Croup it is magic and relieves at Borne larger city Some when asked why they want once Wo offer you a samplo bottle tho Capital moved answer saying free Remember this Remedy is sold Oh Frankfort is such a quiet dead on a positive guarantee 9 J W Gayle Druggist place little place and It is thus such people give an argu ment against themselves They for get that Frankfort was not selected B SCOTT DB with a view to its commercial or social importance but a3 a suitable location for the seat of State Govern of liorso sense right to kick and I Dr Flower the Boston specialist who is so well known to our readers and to the afflicted will bo at tho following places on dates given Stillman House Cleveland Monday 1G Feb Burnett House Toledo Tuesday Feb 17 Noil Hotel Colum- Â¬ bus Feb 18 Grand Hotel Cincinnati Thursday Feb If Gait House Louis vill Friday Feb 20 where ho will be pleased to meet hismanvoatientsand Tinware Glassware Wire Goods I SToodenware uouiui iuj ittrnUsyA auu umiozmuiu ilti uao Â¬ PAPER SACK SH M GIVING AWAY E i J J AND VICTOR FLOUR mii err Â¬ Sixteenth Regular Visit Â¬ FRANKFORT KY WEDNESDAY MAR CAPITAL HOTEL cJsrJPZS Mzmmm and tm Â¬ W IRbS omul uv dun M - JT llW Toronto Canada Ofiiw at Uuu l iio- - VkvSVivs Th 1 - i St VMffif WwIl NOTICE 1 Â¬ U nil lliht the tttiU1 ot il ly PKHSONS 1UVINU W ptouii unonllng of Ma lbJl to law leltwtll pifvnt tlitiu to on or luloiv tho v IOHXsOX AMnoo of W 1 Jttt L CLAIMS AfiAINST fitu I kimiuH in iAiit ilthe limit nt liiiy FOR SALE tf ol tlu liia fhhi Gtneial Has- Jjiiiini Itslitiit Cincirnnti Ohio has for tist eaiv vciifiily iu ml hi tune 10 the lunti ent ol Ins pec- ialue He smxivh ll nen all curnbli of lotiii on a A snout His titaiuutit is bacdun the laijjest cpLriciice after isttitti thouiili educational neparniion S H BOGMAN M D l lienor itfiaUs ce vuiuHum lafv It ouy D kIak n nusiuuiiuu rruperiy I Hiiiifil tin llillll Milt til J1EIIII sirett I nilltliill inttr tilt t iiiltal Iloti l iitliiftl for siilt by tllO It Hot iolll Oil or lieforo Jilllll- 10 lir v 1V1 tlO i liu Will ni for rint Tin ii liuu ii i in iiiji iiii uuiKiiiiiin rur leiius Arc iiiiii1 to i i as r Attoilie tot JollIlhOll lltllS Oft J tt K lIlllk-r-ilKllt- pilF TWOIOKY BlMt K U1N1HKNCK lUOi kllimil litllf illllty lollliMu iilim lt iii M rlJI iOTUCKY UNION RAILWAY G3 If uot curl U K vl to culir- - j rxtato t iruariuteo tout JelltJ nl retimture ilrtat- MttinUaLj u cure la ll Liil il vljor hKir riiu iitCiJhrfc utKxcJacul attrltxitMioraiiu U flu irorxiiit mi hoart iffiviUn rultln fnjju iuccisi Wj hi t fur mm miJ rcclaltv of rh buiitlo iui auimailguj iujv i t arttlvKil cr cured iy our thTo tho Indies ii Mnetiith of tht uirtf luiri v thli Ul tiei of ttcrii uvau w rll arp Iitlc tv urmtu hen tho util v iiatn I of the he f ftii DrlBhf Sic MUo of the0 ilUtat U t rt rl in UrtiHhl their cure Is nu ntloiimi r tiiniilitlun or thou of luiirocr rcueJlt to tlMmn tu 1 imi luo pi llur iiri trlenootu3bltiu iufrit ti tuo iw o unuc ttunl rtnnl thoj eati inl ir t tumfr m htliteu sciett uinu olettto tro Dlsrasoti of tho iistatlvc Orcans tr th mom fre lllit mitu liMtit Iotl trouPKiit uhivli Our trffldi fi i U t rnrtU niituuotial and Ufiitcia npf llmwr ml Uun Inifti islt Ilitr i ni Lxril iln i linait wltli will h o iLtrat tht ml UH u trMt n mil in uniir uuriy luitrirtin u iuw n u mr r iiti iiuiruuu mil rrui r i uimuuii win uo ju ui of t riKuiuucj uuahtalih JJlitaecs Sirlturj llvatoI nirrln ItnuiFi n v unl flWt m - hi Tilnt nn I Sihill -Ynimi Tfpn t vh - ri 1lv m t mrlitn Innnl aiaill fti vi W ourt1 Jiuilifruiistrttuaiiu ti llotiliucuiiultuatoute Th i nu t tIodtuallrJivlhri b iir tin r an tt litre iifOl mij uo euro nn li tlimtulsnf iu llno itl ai net to lain Iiltlu nn llii rtsullof Oitiic na tiuMUJ a i iu i n uirttuon raw wmioui rtu ho lutitc Jr tlt uwi connjinc m0 PBPy 3 Vlts ThN rhnooKat f t wusi taaloARCa I503orwh olwfrr ctttiln Irrllttlont of iiru ni it ttj remit of Jl ae lixanil n j ttfia oeuicri I mUr si I unllrt mur waj iilj aoillnwiiM In Oar motl of trotuiunt wh ot m mlrniv our on in bocn tliourtiulivulUiall ih Hhoiiof i tnatritut su h itu ulnlticJ bv tlw Kt mliiunu of Hi m II tu iroJuco raJlcU are nu nv SriCumatisin In j all ih 1 inuMtl ontlallv tlt rtt4 va V iUi ih of thJ ncrroru jt LiU Anl li ti tlciajr knJnf 1 -- iri Kl7 -- nt l 1 iau -- iirrnja -- tu i ENTITLES TO THE 15EST All aro entitled to tho best their money will buy so ovory family should have t once a bottle of tho best family remedy Syrup of Figs to cloanso tho system when costive or bilious For sale inoOeyindSlOO bot- Â¬ tles by all leading druggists 22 m A VsiJUitttole lOIgcovcry Dr Brown Sequards elixir of youth tna b an important discovery but ovoVv one knows that Dr Franklin Miles Now Heart Cure cortaiuly is It has givon thousands afllictod with BiiioiiH lieart disease a new loaso of life Druggists who can observe its overy otVocta on many customers whore speak very highly of it Mr John Weaver of Knightstown Ind f liavo sold much of Dr Mlroa Hiivii Now Ouro and have rocelvod many 0 Monroe of Dun- Â¬ good reports And kirk N Y reports largo bjUob tho beat part of it is c ory bottlo has Sold raid guar givon satisfaction 6 anteed by J W Gaylo Â¬ TIME CA1II EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 21ST OlMi KAsT ImlUuti ol minietmau whloh aJmli o n curi- In thiujit illnUutttsl iil Kwcry person cotiMilliii in shoultl lrinir or slmuI four to sx ounces of their urine whlcUwe will Milunlt to thnrmtirli uncr opical vxaiuinatlon mil olifinical a certificate and chart of which will lie furmahei the pit int tonn ju i aiiil 1800 HP0 p ni IUI p in t it p in lnllUil the skill of other phvsiciuns Why ax iblosus toneojtiii the ol tliiae icnce failed loubuln ruliit uUcwture to oousult us We invite all who -- Wectnilil c isis whuh lne x Tlie Mask flop Aulvo Kllvilaua loai3 tluS fit Aulu ltiiiibu lolut iile Thifo Toil lene riiiff roiks tiOlMi WKsT leaj lt MiiKtoii r Wlnrlitstf Uae liIltl p liJi 1J i in latientstreitetlhy mail anJ fxpmsb Whtre poaiible personal consultation of nut aliens stnl free on application Treatment sent All cites ami eiirrfsiiiuuioiiie stictly coiititIuiilil Addicts with stamp lor reply pai t of the Inited Mates and Canada fuirintecil htu if Because our extensive All curtlile uascs arc U preferable D List C O to any III llto ll III p in X3r- P O BOX 703 iojtxuutrM E C IS 11 Bogman Ciricimiaci iraayj riigxnajcBoa O ua txecsszisr nixxaxzixziTixamciiaxa Sec ami Treas AuUf Thifo lurks Irisiilent 10iani All lIlUrlt Tho masquorado hop given by tho R T Himt iHio a in lis liiielhui 01lolut auperlnteiulent VKo lretltlent liUi it in Gorman Bonovolont Society at tho AirUti ltiinlwr 7 87 a in Arrlvo flay fit Capital Hotel on Monday night was a ArrUo WlncliisttT h0 a in The Co 81 m Priiiiin Airlvo ltnlimton a notable event in tho whole series of tho winter season of gaioty prior formerly the StanilnnirriutliiK Ink Works Connections mutlo at liniiher lolut with Klkattiwu In riteainer to tho advent of tho lonton season to Eggs and chickens aro too valuable Htatlon to for UcutOvllle TiuliiH iHtwecu ntvirent -- MANUFATlUKHS 0- KTuckMiii Ky Thrto bo allowed to go to waste whon Everything was conducted in strictly Gantors magic chiokon oholera euro Korku ami lAixliiKton run thill between Three PR1HTINCAND LITHOGRAPHIC INKS dally SuiuUds excepUil VARNISHES FTC first class stylo and tho entire man Â¬ is sold and warranted by Phil Oak Korku and Klkutawa MUHlHY J L 106 Canal Cincinnati Ohio General raaseiiKcr Agent Juiie8 ly agement paid assiduous attention to penter 1 Iimo lllkatawi sir a in VitNK l mil it lUitjiow WW CROMWELL A Mart M AMD TI1K COURTS ItEAI ESTATE AGENT FranWIn and the adjoining eountlcw and ipclal attention to the purohu and sale ot real estate collection of rvnta elolnu aiid the lefoUaUon of loan ton9Vlt will also Rive PRACTICE IN 0 fr - YPWWVWm ri rT t tre-w- -- RcUifious Wo would XIT 2uLJS2MLOJlXu2irf Jlrglnla Tiimi iry 0 1812 At thmige of eighteen lu confessed tlio Siuior anil had been a consteiit member of the Duptlst Chinch from that time un til Hbni iry 5th isai when iod called hint and no fell asleep In the arms of Jesus Mr Dnlgnid was married four times his last wife still sun ilnghlm His tlrst wife was a Miss Patteson the conipmlon of his bojhood nndn partner or his Jos for a few brief ears The fruit of that union being Mr Tames K Dnlgnid Â¬ From Midway Ky county vuanauiHXMfliBJiBiamisKnimaKiii DCBnuimH mail nmnaai vnairBinimiHnnnmnBRwrraniBniBniBiiiBim he qrently obliged to tlie ministers and officer of cliuiclicsin the city if they would furnish us vit4i any announcements which they may wish 7ronmiitJiittislorn in Campbell madel Mr J Graves will preach nt Pen Kidge this evening nt 0 and nt Rev 11 oclock Polk South will preach nt Antioch Church this count morning nt 12 oclock Rev W C Taylor the pastor will occupy his pulpit at the Baptist kind In manner content prob Church to morrow morning at 11 lem as an humble citizen to work out lifesdetont and retiring but wen spent rounded up ami urn umsuin a me oclock death came iniletl a Bev JtM Worrall D D of Danville will occupy the pulpit at the First Presbyterian Church to morrow nt 11 a m nnd 730 p m states that for the last ten years sho Do you know that a littlo couch is a danecrouaS has suffered intensely with sick head Â¬ thing Aro you ntvaro that it often fastens on the ache at times and has been entirely lungs nnd far too often runs into Consumption and cured by Dr Hales Household Oint- Â¬ ends in Death People Buffering from Asthma SI ment It cures headache in n few Bronchitis Pneumonia and Consumption will all minutes Mrs Cnmball says she g tell you that would not bo without it if it cost ten of dhent Ky His second wife was Miss Loulsn dollars per box Jas Rittor of Mid Â¬ Jett who bore him the children nil of whom are IT STARTED WITH COLD jliK except the eldest George who died April way stntes that for three months he 28 1861 in his They are Hiram Dulgnld of Ghent had suffered from a severe pain Can you afford to neglect it Can you trifle R Mrs Dr G F tallies of Warsaw Kj Mrs J j breast and was entirely relieved from e 8 i with so serious a matter t Aro you awaiu that Maker of Ghent and Mrs Lee A Owen of Jett pain by Dr Hales Household Oint Â¬ Ky skin He was singularly fortunate In the selections of ment It is the great pain and hlswhes all of them being women of superior cure 50 cents n box nt South Sido ffor Coughs Colds and Consumption is beyond question tho greatest of nil mind and heart This fact made his home pleas drug storo C Modern Remedies ant and happy and coupled with a systematic it will stop n Uougli in one night It will check a Cold in 6 simple mode of life enabled him to reach that P H Carpenter 8 a day It will prevent Croup relieve Asthma and euro Consumption if taken ace which Is so seldom accorded to man 1 in time You cant afford to bo without it A 25 cent bottle mav save you He was ruggld In his honesty simple lu taste Mrs Rena Cambnll from Midway 3 WHY DO YOU COUCH DR miMm3m ACKERS ENGLISH 1 REMEDY Â¬ Â¬ llttlng climax toanevlstenco nil nasmuei Him pure To the widow ami children conies the sweet con solatlon that they can look to the Author and finisher oftoall tilings for guidance strength and nope and realize that there has gone belore lust another link to bind them closer to the bles ed home eternal bejond the skies L A O Tko usual services nt Ascension To the C Newbolil of Church to morrow morning at 11 who died memory 1P91our sister Ella 5 month and aged 29 jeirs Jan 11 oclock and 730 p mwillbeconduct three days Thee lines are tenderly dedicated What Is life ed by Rev E A Penick the rector A narrow span Rev W GNeville of the Southern Presbyterian Church will preach at the Buck Run Church nt the Forks of Elkhorn to morrow afternoon at Toeery man That measures existence What Is death Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs and colds Foleys Cream for rough- Â¬ ness of the skin chapped hands etc Clinic Blood Purifier and Clinic Kid Â¬ ney Cure are now on sale by The Le- Compte Gayle Co The large patronage these preparations have secured springs from their intrinsic merits as remedial agents When afflicted by ailments for which they nre recommended you will do well to try 18 6m them For lnme bnck side or chest use Shilohs Porous Plaster Price 25 cents For snle by J W Gnyle 27 Nallys Atlas of the Worldfree If so Do you want n copy of Rand Mc Doctors bills may Tlie Well Kuown Popular I to100 inH Hooker Co 40savo your life Ask your druggist for ft or write 1 fi West Broadway Now York for book W Remedies mmm riuiwnniiiauiaii biibi nmiiB m miiiubi hi mm iwBaiiKinwaunaiiWuiniHimn m For Sale by J- - W W C3--A3TXj- r E COLLINS U -- BRO Shot and Shells And Agenta for DEALERS IN- - 330 oclock Rev W G Neville the pastor will occupy his pulpit at the Southern to morrow Church Presbyterian 11 oclock and nt 730 p morning at mas usual morrow First mass nt 8 n m Sec- Â¬ ond mnss 1030 n m Vespers nt 3 p m M Rer Father Lambert Young the pastor will conduct the services at the Church of the Good Shepherd toÂ¬ An open door Where the soul steps lorth To the other shore What is beyond That none can tell Beside the grate The curtain fell It Is not git en to mortal ken We know the now But not the then And men of learning Nor men of lore ME Wall Paper HARNESS Laflin 1 Hand i m - intetview McClure the shoe man Decorations story house with 7 rooms Cor Murray and Campbell i streets Apply to W J Hughes 327 11 tf Murray street A two For Rent LDUC PLASTER CEMENT GLASS OILS LEAD AND UIXXD FlDfXS FIOBB SHOVELS CBOW BARS DRILLS IRON AND STEEL FULL LINE Of SIWKB AND FLUB PIPE COB BBOADWAT AND JXWJ3 STA fBAKDT0T JoljlMf Canetertellus A sentence more And who Is God Great natures king Who lives and motes In every thing We feel His kiss When Baby was sick tto garo her Castoria When she was a Child she cried for Castoria When sho became Miss she clung to Castoria When sho hod Children sho gave them Castoria nt 150 per volume only exact reprint 15 Chance to buy Encyclopedia Brltnnicn Guaranteed to he R Kentucky Central Railway BLUB GRASS ROUTE Shortstand Quiclcestrouterrom K McCLURE Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria In the summer breeze He Htes to us In the budding trees We see Him paint The perfumed llower We catch His smile In the ralnbowed shower We hear His praise Polsgrove will preach nt Rev H the Christinn Church to morrow nt 11 oclock n m No night service The Young Peoples Society of Christinn Endeavor meets ia the ahapel nt 7 pm Providence Baptist Church nt Wbodlnke this county on Sunday last called Rev A S Alderman for the full time and he will hereafter con- Â¬ duct the services every Sunday morn- Â¬ ing instead of twice a month as here- Â¬ tofore Rev H G Henderson A M will preach at the Methodist Church in this place Sundny morning nt 11 oclock nnd at 730 oclock in the NOTICE In the lilting bird And an answering chord In our heart is stirred He speaks to us In the thunders roll We read His work We have added to our stock an elegant line of Cat pets Oil cloth and Matting at Jie very lowest prices 1 21- Weitzel ODoxmell Â¬ In the starry scroll We hear His tolce In the coming storm The crested billows Portray His form In the purling brook We see His face On the t eh et grass His footprints trace We note His frown On the beetling cliff And mark His hand In the earthquakes rltt We feel his care In the harvests yield As we gather the grain From Held to Held We own His presence Around abote And know that His name Means only lot e If you wish comfort safty and For Rent I desire to rent my grocery dwelling and stnble Terms quick time be sure and call for tick ets via the Air Line Any information reasonable Elias Stone 22 sleepers St Louis Air Line run Louisville the finest trains in the world between TO ALL POINTS Louisville and St Louis Trains leaving at 810 a m daily equipped NORTH EAST UNO SOUTHWEST with Pullman perfected safty steam Â¬ heated day coaches parlor and dining cars Trains leaving Louisville FASlLINEUETWEEN at 915 p m equipped with day coaches and Pullman drawing room LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI If von are going west that the Dont Forget CKNTRAL KKNTUCKY IIP SCHEDULE IN EFFECT NOV 1GTH 1890 tf Tlie First Step Perhaps you are run down cant cant think cant do any thing to your satisfaction and you wonder what ails you You should heed the warning you are taking the first step into Nervous prostration You need a Nerve Tonic and in Electric Bitters you will find the exact remedy for re- Â¬ storing your nervous system to its normal healthy condition Surpris- Â¬ ing results follow the use of this great Nerve Tonic and Alterative Your appetite returns good digestion is re Â¬ stored and the liver and kidneve re- Â¬ sume healthy notion Try a bottle Price 50c at the Drug Store of 6 P H Carpenter sleep regarding maps rates etc will be promptly furnished by writing to B L 10 South Hound No a Ex sun No Daily Ex Sun 4 No 6 tf Trav Pass Agt Bryant f- - Louisville Ky Cynthiana Arr Paris Lexington Lve Cincinnati Lve Covington Falmouth blOaiu evening The Sunday Bchool meets at 930 A M The Epworth League convenes in the class room nt 645 P M Mr Henderson extends n cordinl invitntion to the members of the Constitutional Convention to attend these services 0 5Upm 11 louu lOSSbpin 10pm 11 OOppi U 1 33pm 510pm 5 45pm 2 10pm 305pm iMSUlU 10 43am bltiaill SOOpiu bUHpin 2 20pni 3 60piu 4 55pni 5 lGpm Jlbpui 2Zbpiu A 1127am LvePurU Arr Winchester 1210pm Richmond Lancaster Stanford ArrBerea Shortest and quickest between Lve Richmond Livingston 62Upm 637pni G15pm 7 20pm 777 K - 5 20P111 o Northbound CINCINNATI AND FRANKFOHT Lve Livingston Only direct llnejbetween No- ExSim Ergun - 5 No- Pure Pleasant These are And highly effective qualities possessed by the new medi- Â¬ cine Dr Hales Household Tea the great Blood Purifier and Nerve Tonic Itjhas no equal as an nlterative act- Â¬ ing directly upon the liver and kid- Â¬ neys and upon the nerve centres restoring the entire system to n healthy action giving brightness to the eyes inducing sweet refreshing sleep and making it a pleasure to live in the enjoyment of perfect health This finest of all remedieb is for sale at 50 cents per package at South Side drug store Â¬ hxbun iniiu It What Is the soul Is the essence Miiile dltlne by God No 13 Accom Sunday only bet Lex j Cln C P H Carpenter able by that terriblo cough Shilohs Cure is the Remedy for you For sale 27 by J W Gayle SLEEPLESS NIGHTS made miser- Â¬ Bellcpoint The weekly social prayer meeting was held with Bro W L Pence Thursday evening last and Avas well attended and enjoyed very much by all Mr George Markham Lock keeper of No 4 has been transferred to Lock No G At last the Mnstodon is occupied and the crockery makes a line dis play His taste runs in The next social prayer meeting will bo held with Mrs M L Todd at Lake bric-a-bra- c Â¬ Ky Mr Sutclifle and family will occuv the Government Cottage at the Lock next week Alas My friend my poor Polsgrove Your freedom days are oer And you a slave to wedded love Must bo forever Moore No longer now your days in school With pride of power are fraught For you alas by female rule Must bo the hcholar taught No longer nw to Church youll go And tor us sinners pray A benedict at home must show His loyalty to stay Alas alas Poor pedagogue Your future life is sore Youdred the mil thatsawed your log And must the Mil dred Moore Park All are invited Little Miss Julia R Hardie has returned from a visit to Ashland We call Immortal mind Two elements for good or bad In each of us Is nlwavs had Both tice and tlrtue emlnate From Him who did our souls create Rad only perfect life been given Thered been no use for other beaten Had sordid tlce alone held sway We could not reach the perfect day There Is no life So pure ond free It needs no farther purity There Is no soul so lost In sin That God will not reclaim again Imperfect came we Fiom His hand Imperfect go at His command If to our souls some other power Is given In that heaten born hour We can not see but trust In Him Who wisely keeps our tlsion dim From Him It came To Illm alone Its mission here On earth Is known That mission ended back It files To Him who asked the sncrlllce We can not give one reason why We were created jou nor I Weonlj look on natures reign And know that naught Is made lit tain All has some purpose to fulfil For weal or woe For good or 111 We onlj stand and wait our time To hear tliu distant funeral chime Of bells iieiui the wearing shoie Which we will quit for earth no more We watched His hand WIthdiaw the joiingest ot our baud With bitter grief our heai ts must swell Yet still we know That all Is well Hi let wishel lite And lull of pain We would not call hei back again For soon we too the tall will lend And dwell with her In God oiirlrlend MtHVV Pack Darbys Prophylactic Wil keep the atmosphere pure and wholesome removing all bad odors from any source Will destroy all Disease Germs infection from all Fevers and all contagious diseases The eminent physician J Mari I on Sims of New York says am convinced that Prof Darbys Prophylactic Fluid is a most valu able disinfectant 21 CROUP WHOOPING COUGH and Bronchitis immediately relieved by Shilohs Cure For sale by J W Gayle I 27 Frankfort lisle Georgetown Maysville and Paris Fal Â¬ Car- Â¬ Useitin every sick room Cyatliiini Arr Richmond 7 00am Lve Stanford Lancaster 7 50H11 Arr Richmond 1015am 1 05pm 151pm 233pm Paris Lve Lexington 2 00pm 2 45pm Paris Cynthiana 315pm 1 11pm Falmouth 5 40pm Arr Covincton Arr Cincinnati 5 50pm Rerea 8 00am 10251111 11 451111 egg Arsl oi 2 cj 8 TT 2 20pm 3 05pin 3 35pm 4 mouth and Covington ASK Lve Richmond Arr Winchester 010am 7 15am 7 481111 7 7 FOR TICKETS VIA KY MIDLAND runs 111 it iaMsniuii time 15 TIME TABLE DEC A M 1 1890 00a III 345pm 53am 4 25pm 823am 4 4Jpm 9 laim 530pm 10 44am OS7pm 10 50am G 45pm 6 05pm 6 15pm 30pm M l III MAYSVILLE BRANCH No 9 Daily North Round Lve Cincinnati Lve Covington Lve Lexington Lve Paris Arr Millersburg Arr Carlisle TRAINS Lv Frankfort Elki orn Ar Lv Ar Lv EAST No Pass Pass No 3 No 7 Ex Sun No ii Daily Ex Sun 2 20 p m 2 2G p m 4 40 p ni 5 37pm 0 25pm 7 8Cp n 7 55 p m fi Mixed Stamplg Sultzer Georgetown O round A Card Georgtn vli Cincinnati Centrevllle Georgetown Newtown Q fc O eCompto Gayle Co will in no way affect my business at tho old store corner Ann and Broadway which shall continue to have my closest per- Â¬ sonal attention Mv two brothers O B and O L Gayle are associated with mo We desire to say to my friends and that my connection with tho 5 40 5 08 0 07 G 21 0 50 7 21 10 15 55 7 11 3 12 8 20 H 100 34 U N 3 5b 4 03 0 i Covlntoii Ar Cincinnati Lv Paris via K Carlisle Ar MiQHVllIe Lv Paris via Ar Richmond Ar Paris Lv Paris via K C Ill 7 41 5 0 7 5 37 25 55 37 C 7 53 10 44 10 50 7 55 8 111 10 10 12 23 12 43 1 07 1 47 3 00 0 00 2 05 2 25 2 45 3 15 4 25 Arr Johnson Arr Maysville 7 00 a 7 55 a 8 19 a 8 43 u 9 33 a 10 10 a In in in ill 001 pm m in South Round Lve Maysville Lve Johnson LveCarhsle LveMillershurg Arr Paris Arr Lexington Arr Covincton Arr Cincinnati iiatl No -- No io Daily Ex Sun 5 5 0 7 7 8 10 20 n in 57 a in 60 n III 15 ll 111 85 n in 44 No Ex Sun ia Daily G37 j 45 150pm 227 pm 320pm 345pm 40am 410pm am a ni 0 20pm 0 37pm 0 45 p m K C 1127 12 10 I 111 io 60 solicit your patronage Respectfully 18 Wlnchestei G15 7 20 v M HI M si I No 2 No 4 J W Gayle For Sale A second hand cabi Â¬ net organ is offered for sale cheap Apply to J B UfTEIUiACK TRAINS WKbT Lv Richmond via ti tin i Pass Pass HI 7 15 tiiln train train No 8 No 12 Mix Mix 75 cts up to 21- - Smyrna rugs all sizes from Weitzel 600 Winchester Paris IvMnjsNllhMlu CaiiMH Ar Lv KC K cT 748 B G ODonnell CovliiKtou Ar Lv Paris Cincinnati vlu KC 20 50 7 40 1 no 3 20 1 10 2 20 j 5 37 ISuckleus Arnica Salve The best salve in the world foi Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Tetter Fever Sores Rheum Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns and all Skin Eruptions and positively cures Piles or no pay reIt is guaranteed to give quired perfect satisfaction or money re Price 25 cents per box funded sale by South Side drug store For P H Carpenter 5 iy Â¬ Iuls A gentlomnn in Union County Mo who is too modest a man to have his name mentioned in tho newspapers was cured of rheumatism by Cham Â¬ berlains Pain Balm after trying other medicines nnd treatments for thirteen years 50 cent bottles for 22 lm sale by J W Gayle J20 Ar ieoretown lnfj it C 7 00 Lv Cliitl 0 52 Ar iLoiKetowii J 51 Lv ieornetown ironnd 10 PJ HianiilnK Switer Klkliorn Ar Vntrevlllo Newtown Pirli 30 8 50 0 02 H 00 0 25 0 is 7 01 4 HI 7 01 7 IM I 50 5 20 5 3r 5 55 5tl 7 7 8 8 7 31 7 17 7 5 R 10 2J 55 15 15 Â¬ Krauklort Hi 00 10 3 10 41 TRAINS DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY Oelia Children Cry for Pitchers Caste rial HOW Mil ORBISON Agent rKO II I VKPKR Con Superliitunditnt VKHNON CLARK ieneril Passenger Agent CLAUDK HOWLS City Ticket Agent JENKRVL OFFICES FRANKFORT KV Runs dally from Lexington to Clncin- Leaves Lexington 1000 a in Arrives Paris I0r n in Except Sunday No H Leaves Cincinnati 510 p in Arrives Falmouth 705 p in Except Sunday NO 7 -- La ivos Faiinontli 0 a m Arrives Cin Â¬ cinnati 7 55 a m lhcopt Siind iv TRAIN NOTES -- No 3 rims dallv except Sun di hetwuuii Lexington and Cincinnati No lit runs Sunday only making all local stops No 4 runs dally hotweon Cincinnati and Lex Â¬ ington NOTE -- Trains No 0 and Falmouth Acconuno ditloiiNo8 now depart from new 4tli St Depot on 4th lielow John St NOTE Trains No 1 nnd Falmouth Accommo Â¬ dation No 7 now arrives at new 4th St De Â¬ pot on 1th hulow John St Nos 2atiLG make connections nt Winchester for points on the NN A-- MV Rv IMPORTANT Trains of this lino jimv arrive nt and dupnit from tho Central Union Passenger Station Cincinnati making connec Â¬ tion tor all points North East nnd West Through Tickets sold and Itaggagu checked to any point reached h a railroad For full particulars address or call on any agent ot the eoinpairor S F II MORSE W LMUNSON ilenl Piwsr Agt Trav Passr Agt CINCINNATI O Cincinnati O II EHaNTINUTONVIce PresAflon Malinger No 43 m m rH m Chamber or Coiuinorcfl Rulldlng Cincinnati O Wo now liavo double dally train ser- Â¬ NOTE vice on Sundays both ways betwoenClucliinutl and Lexington GENERAL OFFICES jJr - r- - -- jjir MiiifflitgijifhBiniiyF emtmtmt ujgHKmzaiWBm TBKy- Tr iifli iHMffl MVWrrVTl lVnwJIPT riT wriwpjipijfi mgpwuuwu MWfWWrw7r f Cotuicil Proceeding ADJOUIIKED MEETING 7 Monday Four from Woodlnke nnd THAT TERRIBLE COUGH one from Stumping Ground difficult Mr Jacob Cofer and family after a In tho morning hurried or tightness years residence in this place left last breathing raising phlegmpulse chill Monday for their former homo in in tho chest quickenedor sweats at neBS in the evening Bath county night all or any of theso things are Elkhorn has been on a boom twice the first stages of consumption Dr during tho last two or three weeks Ackers English Cough Remedy will is Wo roport quite a number on tho euro these fearful symptoms and sold under a positive guarantee by sick list Dr French is kept busy o J W Gayle DruggV most of the time L U n our midst is in a The F prosperous condition Quite a num- bor of accessions each week Last Saturday and Sunday are days long to be remembered in the history of the Buck Run Baptist Church the same being the occasion of the meeting of tho Franklin County Mis sion Circle Tho programme was carried out as far as practicable The report of the Executive Committee showed a healthy state of the financial work Â¬ ings of the Baptists in tho county Rev W O Taylor of Frankfort preached Saturday morning and Rev E S Alderman at nieht Sundav morninir Rev Baker of Shelby county preached and Bro These Alderman again at night sermons wero characterized by a fer ver and eloquence rarely enjoyed by a community in so short a time Both the method nnd results when Mrs Sallio Talbott of Lexington Syrup of Figs is aken it is pleasant has returned home from a visit to her nnd refreshing to the taste and acts sister Mrs Julia Lucus gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Mrs Dora Cleveland left Monday Liver nnd Bowels cleanses the sys for Versailles whither she was called tem effectually dispels colds head to attend the bedside of her son who aches nnd fevers nnd cures habitual is reported very ill constipntion Syrup of Figs is tho Mr Willard Wilkerson of Stamp- Â¬ only remedy of its kind ever pro ing Ground was in our midstlast Sun- Â¬ duced pleasing to the taste and ae day and Monday ceptnble to the stomach prompt in The tobacco fever for the ensuing season has not yet taken fast hold on its action and truly beneficinl in it effects prepared only from tho mot this community healthy and ngreeable substances itc RevW B Cooper of Lexington many excellent qualities commend it preached an excellent sermon in the to all nnd have mnde it the most Baptist Church in this town popular iomedy known Rev W G Nevel of Frankfort Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50r will preach at the Baptist Church in and 31 bottles by all leading drug this place to morrow at 3 oclock p m gists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro Dr Household Oint Â¬ cure it promptly for any one vhc wishes to try it Do not accept auj ment Is the finest cure in the world It substitute absolutely cures catarrh It cures CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Cures neuralgia and rheumatism SAN FRANCISCO CAL Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum LOUISVILLE KY NEW YORK NY in the most soothing manner Cures Â¬ Â¬ committee Petition of J L Weitzel asking permission for tho Hardie Von Leer Saturday night Granted Petition of Fincel Bros asking to erect n shed awning in ront of their store on St Olnir streot Referred to street committee with power to net Petition of W L Crutcher nsking a rebate on his ment license Referred to license committee Petition of Ohns P Exum nsking a rebate on the license of the Kenton Insurance Co Referred to license committee Petition of Sigmund Luscher signed by many citizens asking that his wholesale license bo made free or placed at a lower figure Roferrcd to license committee The reports of the various city officers were received for tho month of January and referred Mr Payne made a report from the finance committee and asked that the committee be empowered to bor- Â¬ row from the State National Bank five thousand dollars The interest not to exceed 6 per cent Adopted The council passed an ordinance providing for the issuing of 10000 worth of lottery bonds the same to be turned over to the Sinking Fund Commissioners for the benefit of the public schools Adopted President Staten appointed Coun cilmen Parsons Darnell and Tobin a committee on enrollments The usual monthly accounts were Â¬ wore rend nnd npproved Petition of Andrew Anderson nsk ing permission to build a frame house on Murray streot Referred to street committee with power to act Potitton of J W Nickols asking for grocery license Referred to finance Company to give a fire works pnrnde Prosont President Staton and nil the councilman except MrTobin The minutoB of the lust meeting Tuesday Fob 10 1891 THE ROUNDABOUT THE PEOPLES PAPER a Everybody takes it Everybody reads Subscription Only 1 it Â¬ Per Year Â¬ Our Job liEPAmiENT le one of the beet in tne State and ed filed Mr Parsons offered a resolution that the clerk be instructed to adver- -- Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids tise in one or more papers forjpublish- Cures Coughs and Colds Can be Cuts bruises ing the manuscript ordinances of the taken internally sores burns chilblains of long stand Â¬ Adopted city Mr Payne oirered a resolution that ing corns and bunions are cured Mayor Mangan and President Staten quickly different from all else supe- Â¬ constitute a committee to receive and rior to all else it has no equal 25 and receipt for the Kentucky Midland 50c boxes large size cheapest Sold bonds and stocks and they are in- Â¬ at Phil Carpenters drug store South 52 structed to deposit same with the Side Safety Vault and Trust Company for THAT HACKING COUGH can be safe keeping Adopted Mr Payne moved that the finance so quickly cured by Shilohs Cure committee be instructed to settle two We guarantee it For sale by J W 27 accounts with the sheriff for costs in Gayle two cases against the city Adopt- Â¬ Tho bids were received for repair- Â¬ ing the city clock viz Robt Wnite head 25 John Meek 40 W L Cop- Â¬ persmith 50 They were referred to the special committee The following bids were received for the lease of the Opera House for two years from July 1 1891 1862 Gaines Franklin 1550 Ohas Proehl 1200 Thos Heffner 1425 Long Collins 1275 W S Morris Franklins bid be Messrs Gaines ing the highest it was accepted Mayor Mangan made a statement in relation to the Leestown turnpike gate He was requested to act with Â¬ communication was received from the mayor announcing his ap- Â¬ proval of the following ordinances viz To place the Janitor under the control of the hall committee to re- Â¬ peal the ordinance to publish the or- Â¬ dinances in live papers the ordinance in relation to the salaries of city ofli cers The communication was orderA Â¬ allowed Â¬ Â¬ Hales fe are prepared to turn out on short notice mmtn i MAGIC p Ai - REMOVER rfvfSto V ed The New Discovery U the street committee compromise the case and have the gate removed Mr Darnell moved that the mayor and city clerk be requested to ex Â¬ amine tho bonds and coupons in the clerks olllce and that they be burned at the next meeting of the council drug store of Adopted 6 P H Cakperter Mr Darnell moved that the coun- Â¬ cil rescind the action of a former council in relation to tho well in SHILOHS VITALIZER is what you South Frankfort Adonted need for Constipation Loss of Appe- Â¬ The council then adjourned until tite Dizziness and all symptoms of Tuesday Feb 24 Dyspepsia Price 19 and 75 cents per o 27 bottle For sale by J W Gayle Tho senior proprietor of this paper has been stibject to frequent colds for some years which wore sure to lay LOUISVILLE TOBACCO him up if not doctored at once Ho MARKET fluds that Chamberlains Cough Rem- Â¬ edy is reliable It opens the secre Â¬ tions relieves the lungs and restores FURNISHED BY GLOVER Sc DURRETT the system to a healthy condition If LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE freely used ns soon as the cold has been contracted and before it has Sales on our market for tho week become settled in the system it just closed amount to 3707 hhds with greatly lessens the attack and often receipts of 3118 for tho same period cures in n single day what would Sales on our market since January Sales of otherwise have been a severe cold 1st amount to 15405 hhds Northwestern Hotel Reporter Des the crop of 1890 on our markettodato 50 cent bottles for 7570 hhds Moines Iowa 22 im We have had anothor of immouse sale by J W Gayle sales on our market and prices havo Do not be discouraged Headaches beon fully maintained throughoutÂ¬ can be cured linkers Famous tho entire week on all grades of hur Headache Specific will surely cure ley Tho offerings havo embraced a you Sold by Wickliffo Chapman liboral proportion of very desirable new hurley loaf which sold at prices 314 Main street 3 ranging from 1500 to 2500 per 1U0 The old hurley oiloringsof the weok mot with an improved demand and Forks of Elkliorn prices wero stronger for such The following quotations fairly Considerable winter the first of the roprosont our market for burloy weok tobacco Regular servieo at tho Christian Trash dark or damaged Church to night to morrow and to- Â¬ 2 00 3 50 tobacco morrow night at tho regular hours 4 JUi Colory trash 8 00 5 00 Miss Mattio Ely has returned to her Common lugs not colory 3 50f 8 00 14 00 homo in Loxington from a visit of Colory lugs 7 00i Common 9 00 several weeks to relatives in this Medium toleaf 9 00a 10 00 good leaf community Good to lino fillers Our school is in a prosperous con- Â¬ Select or wrappory dition Five new pupilB enrolled last leaf JllUiiMUJLtk 10 00 You have heard your friends and neighbors talking about it You may yourself be one of the many who know from personal ex- Â¬ perience just how good a thing it is If you have ever tried it you are one of its staunch friends be- Â¬ cause the wonderfujKhing about it is that when onde given a trial Dr Kings New Discovery ever after holds a place in the house If you have never used it and should be afflicted with a cough cold or any throat lung or chest trouble secure a bottle at once and give it a fair trial It is guar- Â¬ anteed every time or money re funded Trial bottles free at the era t X X 1 XXXX XXXx X 7 The Muuc Rkmovek fills a long felt want with owners of IIoies or Mules with Warts Knott Bruges Cuts Strains Sprain Old Sore Barb Wire Cuts etc It makes no difference how long the knot lias been there or how hard it is if it i not of the bone we will take it off on the NO CURE NO PAY plan In removing the knot the hair comes off nnd the place becomes very sore when you stop using it the hair comes back its original color and not a trace of tho knot is left For plan of insurance etc call at the undersigned druggists nnd bring your animal with you -- H BINDERY I1 h- - Blank Books of the art kinds gotten up in the highest style of Old Books and Music bound at lowest rates Job Work of all kinds solicited For Sale by P H CARPENTER SOUTH SIDE DRUGGISTS STEREOTYPIC m all its Brandies The BEST FLOUR is the All worn promptly executed and satisfaction guaranteed CREAM FLOUR made by the Lexington Roller Mills Co Lexing- Â¬ ton Ky For sale by all first class Grocers Dont fail to use Cream Flour if you want good Bread and a happy Cook Ahi ifrltll AtA GEO A LEWIS Proprietor 215217 and 219 St i 25 00 Glair Street Up Stairs Frankfort Ky 25 00a 33 00 PR m 1 id4 Lw nv pv I v v ik JliLfdiM ijtir jJt Lta tltll ffiltffll i J jdi 1 i A St- - 3llSB n an m tij Js 9 keh L rasas itdgSS srav 3 raespsa las M E g Q2 KSv A 1 J id m a iSHESESSSSSSESS nniiprp u feia R53 frt a P Bl Ffi I35 1 I B W aSBilsBO W U K fcSB b i r ra PEt HI P s Ei TBi fc u i i Iks Ssr tfaKggrSH3EESS32 EXiSja EJB73S3S3V CacCED EtXjpB zsssfflsscsKssaa TpF KflSjffpiiM AZM K W V 31 o iSEJJ TsS BSB 67 VZS K STUSBSv KSCTQESCTZ3 -- UJk I JSk lh lC jJSOjk rj aj 2 j ssMaKasaurasaESKiasKasE J1B53U TO BfflllSOEEEEEKB IretffiffiM t 9 Biff ii EOT aSw 4R EfCH j rfPfc E3 ff BB N j 7 TFwBTT Sk HSkaWcSffia IssbssJ SBSBlln1B G tSKES3uSEE k E i w We have a tremendous stock and are compelled to close them out 50 for good strong suit worth 4 50 for good strong suit worth 2 00 for a splendid Jeans coat worth 5 00 for a Leather coat worth 3 5 00 00 00 -- 6 50 3 S 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 175 1 50 for Derby Hat flexible worth 2 50 2 50 for Derby Hat flexible worth 4 00 A full line of Dunlaps latest styles always in 5 j 3 1 i f stock 00 for splendid FurJRug worth 7 00 6 50 for splendid Fur Rug worth 8 50 15 00 for Wolf or Lynx trimmed Rug worth 22 50 22 50 14 co for Wild Cat Rug large size worth Wool Rugs 3 25 5 oo up to 7 50 Will last 10 years 1 1 25 for the very best Jeans pants worth 75 2565 Cassimere suits all must go 33 percent less than former prices 40c Undershirt or Drawers worth 50c Unlaundried Shirt worth 15c Four ply Linen Cuffs worth worth 20c Fine Merino Soc Scarfs worth 25c for choice of 25 4c for Childrens Handkerchiefs worth 15c Elegant Suspenders worth 10c Boys Yarn Mitts worth 15c Celluloid Collar worth 25c Celluloid Cuffs worth 75c 85c 25c 35c m M Sc 75c CiL wtii f 11 u M l vrrr-jnwrnrrTr-rn n 7 u nr IS 35c 25c 25c 40c ON tr SSrf 6k V ireireFfrTiTiTTi 73II2I2E2Sr2j25 EBiaUmBGJ22EM35HE J tr 1 0 ONLY eTH UtuIuuuId 1 I UTuIuDuld We are a1 6N 75c Childs Suit 50 worth it 1 50 75c S2 3 2 25 Boys Overcoats age worth 5 to 10 years 1 2 3 3 5 00 00 50 1 50 4 50 3 5 CLOSING OUT OUR MAMMOTH STOCK of SHOES Sp 00 Boys long warm Overcoat age 13 to 18 3 1 1 1 So 50 00 1 7 50 6 50 7 50 9 00 9 50 50 Boys Overcoat to iS splendid value age WE WAIT MOEEY 255 pairs Ladies Dongola Kid 99c worth 150 pairs Ladies Glove grain 99c worth 33 pairs Misses Front Lice School 50c worth 160 pairs Mens Lace and Congress 119 1 IS 13 w 50 35 25 1 1 3 00 Boys fancy color suit long pants age 5 00 13 to 18 worth 4 50 Boys fancy color suit long pants age 6 50 13 to 1 S worth 6 50 Boys fancy color suit long pants age 9 00 13 to iS worth 7 50 Boys fancy color suit long pants age 13 5 13 to iS woith 32S pairs childrens knee pants to close at 25c i and 125 40c 75c long warm Ulsters worth 8 50 long Chincilla Ulsters wortli 5 Fur Beaver Ulsters worth 14 00 7 long Chincilla Fur Trimmed 7 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 3 75 Mens 00 Mens 00 Mens 50 Mens 00 6 00 5 ri ii finKl Pa IfW 1 We Need the Gash -- One Price to r2 A Only one Price to All worth 75 pairs Boys Lace good value 99c worth 75 pairs Mens Kip Boots at Si 50 worth Co pairs Mens Kip Boots at S200 worth j 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 1 1 50 50 2 2 00 50 2 50 25c 75c 65c y V rSuu rfi M fUp Vl Y3 1 JLis Ioxxortlx fliitriiiViliBllfllll 1r W r I S KJ j WT im KJf m MM irtdli minkm t lilwi fc am ar jc a A w 1 0wMLwmkVi wSm ii dfc FefFeiriScxo IhEbliCL 3txeo1 n