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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ijZHarci The GEO A Framfort jRgtombout A WEIvKLY i LEWIS Publisher APER DKVu tin r I i LOCAL AND SOCIETY NtiWS 21 TEKMS 100 In Advance Volume XIV Bridgeport few good days last week for mak Â¬ ing maplo molasses Miss Jonnio Cunningham and niece Belle have located near Grnefens A FRANKFORT Highest of all in Leavening Power KY FEBRUARY 1891 Number 24 U S Govt Report Aug vj x88o burg Mr James Crockett left for his homo in Louisville last Tuesday Five widow ladies dined at the home of Mrs Carlin last week which was quite a remarkablo coincident No one else at the table when the following conversation was engaged in The vouncest lady said to the four older ones This will bo the last time that wo will dine together as ftvo widows as I will be led to the mar Â¬ riage altar before many months ex Â¬ pires All engaged in a hearty laugh separated and wished her success through life Miss Annie Hall is attending Prof Turners school at Frankfort Â¬ RoYl Powder j3g ABSOLUTELY PURE Defoe a caricaturo roughly drawn to amuso the multitude like the cartoons in the comic papers Mr Bnndy finds himself in the predicament of an en Â¬ gagement to three women at the same time He is mistaken for an ex professor whoso mental arrange Â¬ ments are supposed to be disordered and taken to a lunatic asylum on his wedding day Roland Reod invested the part of Samuel Bundy with con- Â¬ siderable humor He was extremely amusing His humor was sponta neous ana it atlecteu the audience to tears of laughter The support was excellent New York World Feb 28 1888 w Baking SHOES -- r T H- - - zsmmmiJ EJ -- -- fcJL - IuO-7 AT- o 95c 95c This is a question that would be answered very differently by different individuals To some living is a pure enjoyment to others life is a burden To a man or woman who never feels well who arises in the morning unrefreshedj with a news ness tired languid feeling life is indeed Mr Jeff Riner of Pleasurevillo A large and enthusiastic meeting burdensome This is the result of a seems to be dealing in tobacco at 1 U of Bridge- Â¬ torpid liver inactive condition of L of the F way conversation c foul stomach port Lodge was held Thursday night the kidneys a can all be quickly least hisanother agent runs that Sun Â¬ 1 He and met one This condition with several prominent speakers day at a certain is a present The Alliance will not allow changed and life made happy by the very pious man placetold Riner other He this use of the new remedy Dr Hales any politician or friend of a politician Household Tea the great blood agent that he thought that a man to lead it about by the nose could and nerve tonic It cures all week electioneer enough through the Mr Walton Parrent has recovered illiousness constipation inaction seems and leave Sundays oft But it that Mr Riner likes to elecfrom his recent illness and left for of the liver and kidneys and makes a Hopkinsville where ho is engaged in person feel new 50 cent packages at tioneer a little on Sunday too At business Phil Carpenters drug store South least he is seen to be going in that direction nearly every Sunday 1 Miss Leander Morris of Scott coun- Â¬ Side Â¬ J L Stivers and family of this ty is visiting the fiimily of Mr Frankplace are visiting the family of John lin Morris All Right The Calf T Deakins near Bagdad On Monday night last some one two men Near Marathon Texas Mrs Carswell got into a dispute about a calf One broke into the house of an old colorThe Deputy Sheriff ed man place took eight Of Leroy N Y was dying of Neu killed the other murderer and was pieces ofatmthis and sixandseven gallons or eat Heart The attending then killed the ralgia of the nhvsician had made his last visit and himself shot in the leg Two horses of lard sugar coffee and all the flour were also killed in the duel At last no nad said there was no possible chance of accounts the calf was doing finely a few hours Her son her living but L U County Union Jthat The F had been telegraphed for from met at this place the 9th was quito a Rochester to come and see her die thirteen out of sixteen sub Sunday Out success were represented A nice At this critical moment an agent sell- Â¬ The Majors unions ing Dr Hales Household Ointment dinner Major a good was spread for all and we had The Oldham Index says called at the house and told them time Henry T the lady need not die at that time if Miss Virginia Stanton and daughter of Frankfort Ky spent Jumbo she would follow his directions He Saturday and Sunday with Mrs C W was so earnest and positive that the The boarders family concluded to try the new rem Â¬ Dorsey of this place enjoyed Marvelous Endurance Hall edy and began applying it at once to at Funk Seminaryon Saturday a raro Tho vast amount of labor per region about the heart the pain intellectual treat favoring them even Â¬ the with formed by the heart in keeping all soon ceased and Mrs Carswell rapid- Â¬ ingthe Major ly recovered and is alive and well to- the reading of Tho Hero of tho Eortions of tho body supplied with Jacob Brown not generally known It day and she and all her family says Conemaugh Valley Peter Bird Devils Hollow Dr llales Household Ointment saved and other poems of The composition beats 100000 times and forces tho his her This wonderful medicine can Miss Virginia won tho hearts of all blood at the rate of 168 miles a day which is 3000000000 times and 5150 be had at Phil Carpentors drug store by her beauty and accomplishments 880 miles in a life time No wonder 1 South Side We hope to navo them visit our there are so many FaiiUiea town again soon as all who were The first symptoms Heart aro shortness of Carved by McKee fortunate enough to meet them were breath whon exercising pain in the highly entertained with their charm side or stomach fluttering choking Last Saturday morning Dr Jno Mc Â¬ ing society in throat oppression then follow Kee and Ohas Kennedy both of this Weak hungry or smothering spells county became involved in an alter Â¬ Bwollon ankles etc Dr Franklin By Retween Tlie Pikes cation High words passed between Miles New Heart Cure is tho only them and wo aro informed Mr Ken- Â¬ Mr Robert Young and wife visited reliable remedy Sold by J W Gayle Frankfort Ky nedy struck Dr McKee throe times 1 Â¬ whereupon Dr McKee drew a knife the family of W II Sudduth last Sun and indicted two wounds upon Mr day Kennedy one just above tho right Miss Nora Sudduth visited her aunt CANT SLEEP NIGHTS eye about an inch and a half long Mrs W M Pulliam last Saturday Is tho complaint of thousands suffer and tho other across the loft arm be and Sunday ing from Asthma Consumption tween tho hand and tho elbow sever Â¬ Mr George Moore is preparing to Coughs etc Did you ever try Dr muscles of tho arm Tho ing all the Remedy It wonuds aro not fatal but aro very erect his son Knlow a neat cottage Acknors English known lor all is the best preparation Luncr on his premises painful - Vcrtiiiillcn Clarion Troubl bold on a positive Â¬ Â¬ neighborhood Mi C W Taylor has been on the sick list for several weeks but is now convalescent Esquire J B Russell and fam ily have located in Frankfort where he will be found engaged in harness making Mr Owen Tapp has been very much indisposed for quite a time Mr W F Russell and family left for LaGrnnge Wednesday where they will reside in the future Mrs Jennie Allen of Lexington is visiting the family of William Arm Â¬ strong sr Messrs C M and J W Jenkins were in Louisville this week on busi- Â¬ Â¬ Miss Bernice Jenkins of Louis--vill- e is visiting relatives in this At the Opera evening Fob 28th House Saturday Is Lifc Wortli Living Health good in this locality Mrs Fannie Moore and daughter of this place visited herfather-in-lanear Jacksonville last week Misses Pinkie and Rosa Jessee U visited tneir parents nenrNewCa3tle on the 6th and 7th of this month Messrs J L Stivers and J F Claxon have been in Louisville this week laying in a general supply of merchandise They are doing a good business at this place Dr J F Jessee delivered an excel- Â¬ lent speech at Fallen Rock in behalf Ladies L U on last Tuesday of the F night He was taken in by all The matrimonial car has stopped at this place I thought at one time it would have a successful visit I cant tell what is the matter unless it Misses is on account of fuel What has become of the Six Mile Girl I would like to hear from her I guess the owl has quit carrying lm K IVIcCf ures Kid Button Shoes Grain Glove Grain Button Shoes Grain 11 2 Shoes 4 11 2 Womens Front Lace Shoes Lot Womens Heavy Shoes Lot Boys Boots 11 13 95c 80c 75c 75c 50c 50c COME BEFORE ALL GONE These Prices For Cash Only i R K McCLURE Â¬ Â¬ j Money - Saved Gray Â¬ buying Pocket Knives Scissors Razors Butcher Knives Carving Knives Sheep Shear- Â¬ ers and Horse Clippers from Â¬ Â¬ Church Hardware 0 m Standard Investment writes Brandt of Montgomery Mo Please sond mo a bottle of Quinns Ointment I have used it for Windpufls Capped Hock and Thouroughpin with groat success Would not bo without it in my barn S S Nittie Gray too at toe Tlic Woman lEater Roland Reed had a royal wolcomo Inst night at tho Fourteenth Street Theatre whoro he appeared last night in D D Lloyds ocontrio eom ody in four nets called Tho Wo Tho piny is full of ridi Â¬ man Hater culous situations and tho audiouco greeted them with continuous laugh tor Tho story is highly amusing and deals with tho lovo allairs of Sanmol Bundy who is popularly known as a woman hater but who as he confess es to his bosom friend Dobbins tho retired cofiee merohant dotes upon Thero 1b little attempt at woman Samuel Bundy is characterization Â¬ Dr Bulls Cough Syrup tho work You who have to incr mans friendbo out in all sorts ot weatner anci MATTINGS cant afford to lay by can not allord to bo without Dr Hulls Cough Syrup Do not buy your Mattings Consumption follows in the wake ol until you see our line as we n- neglected com will put on salo March 1st lie loved his horse oven as an Arab 100 pieces at very low prices would and ixrioved to see him Biifler SI- - Weitzel ODonnell and die ovon as if ho was human so ho listened when one told of Salva tion Oil and to day his horso is well All a Mistake and ho is happy Â¬ 9 and 50o truaran- Th Leading J W Gayle Druggist Merchants DWARD Plumber 6LMSSEN PEACTIOAI IHV WE CAN AND DO Guarantee Dr Ackers Blood Elixir for it has been fully demonstrated to tho pooplo of this country that it is superior to all other preparations for oioou uisoasos it isaposltlvocuro lor syphilitic poisoning Ulcers Erup Â¬ tions and Pimples It purities the whole system and thoroughly builds up tho constitution 0 J W Gayle Druggist For the benefit oft lie Frankfort papers and local anglers we desire to AND DEALER IN- slate that the report that fishing for mud cattish was good in tho deep pools on Broadway Main and Short Gas streets during the recent rains is nothing but an idle rumor The liar PIPE AND FITTINGS ETO STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO who has boon publicly stating that JOB AND CONTRACT WORK ALL WORK tho Fish Commissioner would stock GUARANTEED these ponds with Gorman carp should Lexington ho drummed out of town Tmmcrijit In roar of Salonders Grocory FRANKFORT KENTUKOY GasSteam Fitter Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Closets laiMIUtitiiliL Ltnd p2eKj32 E52f2j9iBfiI52SSRjjJSlS3SS2iH3 gfiMilVI x vitqvtywpmBmrny Tf IP ft7iTiWWri pwrf ifn f i - W7 f r Personal Mr Ed Paten of Paris was in the city Thursday Capt Jacob Swigort spent Sunday in Danville visiting friends Col Thos M Green of Maysville was in the city on Thursday Miss Ida Cox has returned from a visit to friends in Eminence Miss Susie Tobin has returned from a visit to her sister in Lebanon Miss Ruth Stanton left yesterday for a visit to friends in Cincinnati Miss Carrie Blakemore of this county is visiting friends in Lexing- Â¬ ton Mrs F LMcChesney of Paris was in the city Wednesday visiting her husband Mrs George A Lewis is visiting her cousin Mrs Maggie Clark in Lexington Mrs Fulton Gordon is the guest of her mother Mrs Cornelia Bush in Louisville Hon D L Thornton of Versailles was in the city several days this week on legal business Mrs Jacob Swigert and children returned Wednesday from a visit to friends in Danville Mr Thos Hunter returned Thurs Â¬ day from a visit of several weeks to relatives in Tennessee Mrs E WEasley of Pleasureville has been visiting her daughter Mrs Ella Easley in this city this week Mrs E S OHara of Trimble Tennessee is visiting her parents Mr Robert Church and wife in this countyMrs M A Selbert was taken sud Â¬ denly and violently ill Thursday afternoon but was some better yester- Â¬ day Mrs Mary A Todd and Mrs M W Woodson returned Monday evening from a visit to friends at Nicholas Â¬ blind striking the ceiling of the car and fell to the floor Fortunately the range was too high to strike any one in the car The boys were seen to fire the Bhot by a brakesman the conductor telegraphed back from Bagdad to have the boys arrested and flagman James Brown went over to Bellepoint caught the little ras Â¬ cals and lodged them in jail They were tried yesterday before County Judge Williams when Hunt was dis Â¬ charge and Kincaid held in one hun- Â¬ dred dollars bond to appear at the FIRST BLOOD FOR FRANKFORT Louisville and Lexington Sent to Jrnss in the First Hound The Constitutional Convention on yesterday by a large majority defeat- Â¬ ed the section of the legislative report which provides that the Legis Â¬ lature as soon as the Capital is locat- Â¬ ed shall appropriate a sum no exceeding 2500000 for the erection of Capital buildings This decision virtu ally settles the Capital question in fa- Â¬ vor of Frankfort leaving the amount of any appropriation to be made in the discretion of the legislative body desiring to make it Had this section been adopted Louis ville and Lexington would have struggled for the possession of the Capital with extravagant buildings but now it is evidently the desire of the Con- Â¬ vention that Capital buildings shall be provided at the lowest figures consistent with economy and this can be done only at Frankfort The friends of Frankfort on the floor of the Convention urged the msny ad Â¬ vantages that Frankfort possessed over Louisville and Lexington as the location for the Capital and our neighbors of the blue grass and bear grass are not happy Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IwiAbIsBbWbH for Infants and Children cores Colic Constipation Sour Stomach Diarrhoea Eructation Kill Worms rites sleep and promotes Juno term of the Circuit Court High Priced Horse At the horse sale of Mr W T Woodard in Lexington on ThurS day Anteeo by Electioneer dam Co- Â¬ lumbine was sold to Col S A Brown of Kalamazoo Michigan for 55000 Anteeo is the sire of three in the 230 list with many more that are fast The price paid was four thou- Â¬ sand more than the Great Bell Boy brought several years ago m Castoriaiaso well adapted to children thai I recommend itaa superior to any prescription H A Axcnxm M D known to me1 1U So Oxford St Brooklyn N T The use of Castoria Is bo universal and its merits so well known that it seems a work of supererogation to endorse it Few are the intelligent families who do not keep Castoria within easy reach Carlos SUrttmDD City New York Bloomingdalo Beformod Church Late Pastor Castor di- - WiSbotnUnjurious medicatiom Â¬ H For several years I have recommended your Castoria and shall always continue to do so as it has invariably produced beneficial results Edwin F Paiidm M D MTbo Wlnthrop 125th Street and 7th Ave New York City tan Ckktaur Compamt W Mubrat Stbmt New York The Bonds to be De livered Â¬ Â¬ ville Ex Commonwealths Attorney A G DeJarnett of Williamstown has been in the city this week on legal business Dr Dan R Henderson of Lexing- Â¬ ton spent last Tuesday with his brother Rev H G Henderson of this city Mrs Anna Robinson who has re sided here for the past year left for Georgetown last week to make it her future home Â¬ IV 4 Mrs Wm M Saflell Miss Todd Saf fell and Miss Lucy Bush left Thurs Â¬ day morning for Des Moines Iowa to vC Pi M visit friends Miss Janie Thacker who has been visiting the Misses Moyers in this city left yesterday for several weeks morning for her home in Louisville Mr F T Brooks of the Southern Pacific Railroad and Mr A E Brain erd of the New York Central Rail- Â¬ road were in the city Thursday visiting friends Miss Mattie Henderson daughter of the late Rev Dr J A Henderson of Lagrange Ky came up this week from that place and will make her home with her brother Rev H G Hendrson of this city Mr W M Kavanaugh business manager of the Daily Gazette Little Rock Arkansas spent Wednesday night in this city visiting his parents and left the next morning for home accompanied by his wife and baby who have been visiting here several weeks Howard Messrs Julian Jackson and Ollie Walcutt of Frank- Â¬ Orbison fort attended the hop Friday night Misses Cora andLucille Hughes Frankfort Ky have returned of home after spending sereral days with Misses Pattie and Fannie Gill at Teytona Shelby Sentinel The following members of Dexter Lodge Knights of Pythias attended the celebration of the 28th anniver- Â¬ sary of the organization of the order Noel in Lexington Wednesday Gaines John W Milam McKenxie R Todd Chas Proehl Chas Ellwan ger Ed Harris 0 L Gayle J M VanDerveer William Williams Fred Bagby D B Walcutt George Don Â¬ Â¬ The committee appointed by the City Council to procure from the Ken tucky Midland Railway the 110000 worth of bonds for which the city subscribed have received from Judge William Lindsay President of the Railway Co an order upon the Central Trust Co of new York for the The senior proprietor of this paper same and whenthe bonds are deliv- Â¬ has been subject to frequent colds for ered they will bedeposited with the some years which were sure to lay him up if not doctored at once He Safety Vault Trust Company finds that Chamberlains Cough Rem- Â¬ edy is reliable It opens the secreOn Time tions relieves the lungs and restores the system to a healthy condition If Mr H F Hillenmeyer the Lexing- freely used as soon as the cold has ton nurseryman is on time with his been contracted and before it has become settled in the usual spring announcement which greatly lessens the attack system it and often will bo found in another column cures in a single day what would During the last ten or twelve years otherwise have been a severe cold Northwestern Hotel Reporter Des he has been supplying the people 50 cent Dottles for Moines Iowa of this city and county with fruit sale by J W Gayle 22 lm trees vines and everything in his line and in all these years not one of May 13th those who bought from him can say that he did not get exactly what he The Democratic State Central Com- Â¬ ordered There is no uncertainty mittee ata meeting held in Louisville about a trade with Hector Hillenmey Thursday fixed May 13th as the date er he is a square man every way for the assembling of a State Conven- Â¬ and if you are needing anything in tion to nominate candidates for State his line write to him officers The convention will assem- Â¬ ble in Louisville and the county meetings to appoint delegates will be Meat Found held on die 2d of May on the At Mr Robt Churchs Owenton Pike about four miles from Grand Secretary was found by his hands town At the meeting of the Grand Coun- Â¬ while hauling straw last Thursday afternoon some meat buried in the cil of Kentucky Royal Templars of straw tied up in an old shawl There Temperance held in Louisville Tues- Â¬ were seven pieces three hams ono day and Wednesday Mr Jas A shoulder one middling and two half Hodges formerly of this city was middlings Two of the hams had elected Grand Secretary of the order been rubbed in cheyenne pepper and in the State were fine ones All large meat Disorders which Affect the Kidneys Any one who has lost meat suiting description can obtain it by call- Â¬ Arc among the most formidable known Di this abetes Brights disease gravel and other ing at Mr Churchs complaints of tho urinary organs are not orÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ PILES SALT RHEUM FOR MEDICINAL THE GREAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY FOR ECZEMA WOUNDS Send three two cent stamps for free sample box and book price 50 CENTS 4iTK R O ID fSOM P TAR OID CO CHICAGO ILI Dec 13 ly BURNS c SORES CROUP BRONCHITIS PILESI a 1 BATH TOILET AND NURSERY PURPOSES Kor sale by PHIL OIKZlPZElIISrTIEIR THAT CAN BE RELIED ON every WATERPROOF COLLAR or CUFF BE UP TO THE MARK Not to Sfpll t ISTot BEARS THIS MARK to Pisooloyg TRADE LLUL01D Mark NEEDS NO LAUNDERING CAN BE WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMENT Death of Miss Hiter Miss Florence Hiter youngest daughter of Mr D Porter Hiter of Woodford county her mother being Miss Sallie Harlan of this city died in at the home of her brother-in-laKansas City Missouri on Tuesday and the remains were brought to this city and intered in the family lot in the tnflrffi Cemetery Miss Hiter was a beautiful young lady and had many friends in A NASAL INJECTOR free with each this city where she had often visited bottle of Shilohs Catarrh Remedy She had been a sufferer for the past Price 50 cents W Gayle 28 For sale by J year or more from consumption which finally closed her bright young Â¬ w dinarily cared in severe cases but they may be averted by timely medication A useful stimulant of the urinary glands baa ever been found in Uoetetters Stomach Bitters a med icine which not only affords the requisite stimulus when they become inactive but in creases their vigor and secretive power By increasing the activity of the kidneys and bladder this medicine has the additional effect of expelling from the blood impurities which it is the peculiar oflleo of those organs to eliminato and pass off Tho Bitters is also a purifier and strengthener of the bowels an lnvigorant of the stomach and a matchless remedy for biliousness and fever and ague It counteracts a tendency to prematuro decay and sustains and comforts tho aged ana m THE ONLY LINEN LINED WATERPROOF QOLLAR IN THE MARKET S J THOMPSON IS PREPARED TO FILL ALL ORDERS FOR RoseDuds But Flowers and Floral -- Mm Ky FOR life Funerals 33 3m High Sheriff Dehouey As a suit to which Sheriff John C Noel is a party was before the Cir- Â¬ cuit Court on Wednesday and Thursday the duties of the office of High Â¬ Telephone Ooxxnectioaa Weddings - - - Louisville 261 West Jefferson Street aldson D W Doty Snot at the Traiu Sheriff of the county devolved upoa Coroner W S Dehoney during the pendency of the case and it iB unnecessary to Bay that they were per- Â¬ formed with the utmost dispatch and in Col William Ss only and original style In setting the case for trial a The few day before the Judge said not bring his jury here coroner will when a sleepy before Tuesday looking individual sitting in the Court House roused up and Baid to whose The h some one near dead Â¬ A katubaii eemedy ro JOHN T BUCKLEY Queensware and Fancy China Tea Sets pieces 3 Dinner Sets from 850 up The larg Â¬ est stock in Central Kentucky to select presents from Stoves Tinware anil Home Furnishing Goods Cook Stoves from 475 up Heating Stoves from 3 up Epileptic Fits Falling Sickness HistorÂ¬ ies St Titos Dance Kerrouiness Hypochondria Melancholia In ebrlty Sleeplessness Dizzi Bess Brain and Spinal Weakness 1 Thla medicine has direct action upon thonervo centers allaying all irrita Â¬ bilities and incrousingtho flow and power of nerve fluid It is perfectly hormlesa and leaves no unpleasant effects Our Pamphlet for enfforers of nervous di seases will bo sent free to any addross and poor patients can also obtain this medicine of cbargo from us This remedy has been prepared by the Reverend the past Pastor Kcenig of Fort Wayne Ind forhis diroo- ten yoors and is now prepared undor Â¬ M As the 250 train from Lexington Famous Headache Specific was passing the engine house in Belle is Bakers absolutely the best Decide to use point Wednesday afternoon Charles it It never fails Sold by Wickliffo 1 Hunt and Wm Kincaid aged thir- Â¬ Chapman 314 Main street teen and nine years respectively who Dynamite lathe most deadly of all had a 32 caliber pistol concluded to exploBives and cholera was sure try a shot at the cars as they went death to chickens until the discov- Â¬ v Hnn nf thorn fired ftwav the ball ery of Ganters magic chicken chole Btriking a rear window of the middle racure It is sold on the no cure coach passing through glass and no pay plan by Phil Carpenter Plumbing and Gas Fitting Tin Roofing and Guttering Job work of all kinds in both branches done promptly aud guaranteed to be first class I have the largest stock in my different lines to be found in Central Kentucky and at prices that are beyond all competitors Give me a call UOnbytilOOHO MEDICINE CO SO Wirt VtdlM oer CHat 81 CHICAGO ILL Price J W Bottle tor 95 GAYLE Druggist Frankfort Ky 81 per Bottle SOLD BY DRUGGISTS JOHN T BUCKLEY 4iJfcfrflUSL 1 w jiifciLitHiss4tJii iJfci Jfc jNttlJi Jtbi wmmmsfmmm TTTSF TTlT4WTlS VJfrr j- - 7 m i TO m THE Ever shown in Frankfort ever for 40c No 20 for FARMERS Also a large line of PLOW GEAR such as We desire to say we have one of the largest lines of Buggies Surreys and Farm Implements Collars Chains Back Bands Haines Bridles you saw The best Collar Pad 950 Work Bridles 75c No 19 for 1 9 125 Oliver Chilled Plow c c W K COME AND SEE USyour WE WILL SAVE YOU MONEY repairing or make you any thing wanted in the harness line Ve have a harness maker and can do Q R CRUTCHER Opposite Court house CO Now York Sub Iostofllces A Good Record I have sold Ask almost any retail druggist what Chamberlains Cough Remedy for Kensays druggist E B Legg commodity ho has the greatest demand ten years Mr Wm S Bransford bnikenwn on and have always war- Â¬ R 11 un exemplary young man for and the chances are he will say of Vail la tucky Midland Women have no ranted it and never had a bottle re- Â¬ Postage stamps was killed near Georgetown February 9th A week arter a letter was received from 1801 patience with a drug shop that does not turned During the past 90 clays I the young lady to whom he was engaged She was keep postage stumps on sale This fact have sold twelve dozen and it has still In Ignorance of his death as she was traf is pretty widely appreciated by retail given perfect satisfaction in every It does not dry up a ellng from point to point and with diniculty druggists and many drug shops in thu instance- cough but loosens and relieves it could be reached by mall He had hoped to get Â¬ j MimummmiiujiuuMmmiuiiMiumr4im9rmaia m h IE I JKZK JV t Vi LtUnaa arLIN I S and all enlargements uas tUViW a aiBiEiatiBvmmrs ItVINIIHIlhhX m a leave of absence and Join her but death inter- Â¬ vened Your letter received Now llnds him so still I fear quite asleep At Virginia Cemetery Hill The skies up above Are bending and blue And smiling with love feo tender and true The grass with Its arms Is reaching around To shield from all harm His slumber profound The tlowers now set Are lifting their head As though tney would whisper dead Their sweets to thesongs The birds rain their Down into his ear With the old tender accents Ho so loved to bear The day is so lovlne liar lirafith 14 n sllll While the night drops a tear la liur fnnt ilrnws Illirll Ilia hPiirt la IKHV Still And his torin now cold But his own sweet self Is the same as of old As dally we go To commune at his grave He atlll has his welcome So royal and brave He still has his smile So tender and true And seems to be asking What news weve from you Ho hopes that your stay May have pleasures untold With the ring of the sliver And glitter of gold Ho longed so to take A rest of a day To fly to your side If only to say Has every fond thought JCach day ot bis lite Was ever of her He wished for his wife But the Master above Who doeth all best Has ordered him early Ttf enter Ills rest And abide with the sleepers Who are sleeping so still In the quiet retreats At Virginia Cemetery Hill When autumn returns And gray are the skies He knows you will come To see where he lies Meanwhile may the grace Of the Father tndow Your heart with the comfort His own heart has now fi C L name mentioned in the newspapers was cured of rheumatism by Cham- Â¬ berlains Pain Balm after trying other medicines and treatments for thirteen years 50 cent bottles for 22 lm sale by J V Gayle A gentleman in Union County Mo who is too modest a man to have his - THE GENTLER SEX Mrs Clyiuer Sorosis clnbs old time president and best loolriny member ag well is a slonder and graceful blonde with a sweet voieo and fino eyes Tho wifo of Judge II 13 Brown recently appointed from Michigan to a seat on thu bench of thu supremo court is said to bo a most beautiful woman ol many accomplishments Miss Mimi Flanagan one of tho most prominent of tho younger belles of St Louis is a girl of rather slight figure graceful with finely cut features light brown hair and blue eyes Mrs Septima M Collis wifo of Gen Collis was 010 of tho four beautiful wo men of Philadelphia who wore selected by Gen Meade at the Grand Duke Alexis ball some twenty years ago to bauquot with tho royal guest and hit suit Miss Sarah Orno Jowott tho magazine writer is the daughter of a country doc tor She win born and brought up on Â¬ First on tho list is the Assembly Gavotte It is danced to galop music and is in- Â¬ tended to open a small and early in place of the promenade or grand march Any number may participate and the figures include rapidly changing circles spirals horseshoes squares and polygons Among the round dauces approved by the masters are the Oxford a sort of schottische LEclaire done to galop time the Portland combining polka and i U iv vauz steps mo iriii iueiuesome auu rue Vienna Of all the novel dances that awaii pnonc approval tne uizarre ana Fascination both waltzes aro most like- ly to be indorsed Tho latter is intricate and graceful while the asizarre is spir- Â¬ ited Only two square dances were ac- Â¬ cepted by the convention tho Elit Lancers and the Melange Quadrille Detroit Tree Press i We desire to say to our citizens ASK FOR TICKETS that for years we have been selling Tho New Dances Dancers are much interested in the Dr Kings New Discovery for rims bun ay programme laid out by the recent na- Consumption Dr Kings New TIME TABLE tional convention of dance teachers Life Pills Bucklens Arnica Salve Â¬ city enjoy the not very lucrative distinc tion of being sub postofflce stations The busiest drug shop postofUco is in Forty second street opposite the Grand Central station It was established about a year ago chiefly through the instrumentality of ex Postmaster General Thomas L James The Lincoln bank of which Gen James is president is only a few rods away and the close proximity of the railroad station and three or four largo hotels makes this a particularly lively district For furnishing room rent and serving as deputy postmaster Mr F W Schoon maker is allowed by the postofflce de- Â¬ partment tho munificent sum of 400 per annum Postmaster Van Cott has rec- Â¬ ommended that this allowance be in- Â¬ creased An official statement of the business done at this sub station 14 in the year ended Jan 1 shows that 11682 worth of postage stamps were sold 17207 of money orders were issued and 153387 pieces of third and fourth class mailing matter were received During the holiday season the place was almost snowed under by packages brought there to be mailed Two days before Christ-Â¬ mas the drug business hud to be practi ally abandoned and all hands in the shop turned in to work for Uncle Sam New York Times than any other treatment 50 cent and 1 bottles for sale by J W Gayle It will cure a severe cold in less time 3X1 iuiidqeqis Ointment IIUS1WILW iln C E DiNEitAUT We QUiSWS absolutely removed by It nut the unqualified endorsement of our lead ing HvrsiDnun una veterinarian Cmhler Stat Hank aiavinn mnnrays One nottlecur il n very tufi cote of blood spavin on i mare lorwuicn I Have since been offered 800 x uuiu nui uu w iinuui ii ir u cost f iim a wuie a common ordinary pill when they can secure a valuable English one for the same money Dr Ackers English pills are a positive cure for sick headache and all liver troubles They are small sweet easily taken and do not gripe 0 J W Gayle Druggist Â¬ A DUTY TO YOURSEXF It is surprising that people will use have hundreds of such testimonials SI 50 per battle Aslc yourdrusplrtforlt Ifl ut nv v nviiu us n jc stamp for trial box W li tnntX S CO AVh tnhnl N V jELTsnaramBunrBK KEircraiiBirai ammiiwaumimaxaiB nj c rona m a m miw mama Price i i Kentucky Central Eailway BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortestand Quickestruuterroin CEiNTUAL KENTUCKY TO ALL TOINTS Kichline Easton Pa 4 lC Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria Wanted to Sell Good timber tracts Must be near railroad Send full description of same to Geo T NOflTH EAST 1ST AND Hill SOUTHWEST FAST LINE BETWEEN Shortest andftuickest between CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT LEXINGTON CINCINNATI SCHEDULE IX EFFECT NOV 16TII 1890 Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria m Only direct Ilnejbetween South Hound Car- Â¬ No SLEEPLESS NIGHTS made miser- Â¬ Frankfort able by that terrible cough Shilohs Cure is the Remedy for you For sale lisle 27 by J W Gayle Georgetown and Faris Fal Â¬ ExSun 2 -- Oaily Ex Sun Vo4 No 6 grille Cynlhiana Merit Wins mouth and Corington VIA KY MIDLAND cm smiid time DEC 15 1890 A M 1 i and Electric Bitters and have never handled remedies that sell as well or that have given such We do not universal satisfaction hesitate to guarantee them every tme and we stand ready to re nna- r l r w0 not follow juho factory results do their use These remedies have won tneir great popularity purely on fhpir mrit n For sale by P H Carpenter Druggist I 305pm ArrBerea Livingston 5 20pm 91Gpm 3 50pm 9 5jpm 4 55pm lllsam 1023pm 5 lbpm Lexington 1210pm 1100pm faijpm 11 27am Lve Paris 537pm Arr Winchester 1210U111 biDpm Richmond 135pm 720pm Lancaster 5 10pm Stanford a 45pm Lve Richmond 2 10pm raimoutn Cynthiana Paris Arr Lve Cincinnati Lve ovington ti lOUlll 8 18dUl 9 48aiu 10 43am aospm 22bpm 8 00pm 220pm P 31 pm No 7 Mixed 12 25 V 1 OT 1 47 O 13 TRAINS EAST Lv Frankfort No Pass 0 45 5 58 G07 Pass 3 8 3 3 G No 3 North Bound No s No 1 Ex Sun Ex Sun No 3 Ar Lv Lv stamplc Jrouuil ieorgetown Swltzer Elkhora 300 12 li s Dally Ex Sun onivbec Lexit Clu Accom Sunday CJ3 C ti 50 20 34 5a Ar Cincinnati GenrKtn via Q fieorcetown Nentonn Ceatrevllle Ar Paris 7 24 10 15 13 55 7 11 7 22 7 41 7 53 10 14 Til 4 05 4 20 4 31 4 50 L i i P OUTERS Lv Purls via K O Covington Ar Cincinnati Lv Paris la K C Carllsln Ar MaiavlUe Lv Paris via K C 10 50 8 48 10 10 11 27 12 111 3 00 G 00 2 05 2 25 2 45 3 15 4 25 6 37 6 45 Lancaster Arr Richmond Lve Richmond Lve Livingston 8 00am Herea 1025am Arr Richmond 11 45am Lve Stanford 7 00am 7 EOain 10 15am er GllMiii j Arr Winchester fans Lve Lexington Paris Falmouth Arr Covincton Arr Cincinnati lfllpm 2 33pm 151pm 7 4Sam 7001111 715am 200pm 755 Cvnthianal 5 87 6 25 7 55 5 87 2 45pml 7 3 13pm I 828aill 4 11pm 9 Willi 5im 4 25pilll 4 49pmi 540pm 1044am fi 220pm 305pm 835pm 5 3pm 430pm 345pm G37pm GOopm 45pm G15pm SOpni lOSCuin j6 Winchester G15 7 20 M M MAYSVILLE BRANCH North Bound Â¬ lllch Clilmimiui A lady writes from California The other day I saw a Chinaman go into a San Francisco savings bank and present his bank book at the cashier s desk His money was brought to him in a wooden tray or drawer as is tho custom in thiz specie paying state and poured in a shining yellow stream of double eagles into his canvas bag Ho lifted it with difficulty to his shoulder and carried away 11000 with as unconcerned an air as ono who is a mere mortal and not a celestial might take eleven I had tho curiosity to ask his vocation and learned that lie is a pawnbroker In time our cousins from far Cathway may become tho Roth schilds of America Boston Transcript A Â¬ nr rt MAGIC aaffl Ar Richmond a TRAINS WEST Lv Richmond 31 I r ExS 7 00 7 55 8 19 8 43 9 S3 Daily Noo Ex Sun No it Daily r Its 1 if i rR CO CD Pass Piss train train train train 6 10 1 1 No 2 No I No 8 No 12 Mix Mix Lve Winchester Paris Lv Ar CarlNle vtiiKC K C MaMlllela ParU la 78 5 20 6 50 7 10 7 15 05 5 1 50 3 20 Arr Arr Arr Arr Lve Lve Lve Cincinnati Milleriburg Carlisle Johnson Maysville Covington Lexington Paris a m u 111 4 10 If -- m Lv Cincinnati CoWiiKtou Ar Pat N L KC 8 30 2 20 2 5 37 li South Bound Lve Maysville Lve Johnson Lve Carlisle 25 p ra a m 7 86 p in 111 10 a in 7 55 p m No io No xa Daily Daily Ex Sun Ex Sun ill G I am a 220 Pin 2 2b p m 4 40 d m 5 37 p m 601 pni Ceatrevllle Newtown JeoriMow u Lv PirK r s si 4 50 It nj it HI 6 25 6 3S 7 01 I HI 5 20 5 35 550 li 50 7 29 7 55 8 15 Ar Lv Clntl lmj ieoretown Stamping Sw Uer leorcetown i iVC 7 - w- round Ti 10 10 11 9J2 51 10 7 01 7 I LveMillersbur Arr Paris Arr Ievington Arr Covington Arr Cincinnati nati No No 1 in 3 45 p m m 4 10 p m in 6 20 pni m i 37 p m io 10 50 a in G 45 p m 20 5 57 6 50 7 15 7 40 8 33 fi a a a a a a m 111 1 a in 227pm 3 20pm 50 p m Ml 10 Klkhorn Ar Frankfort 3i II 00 7 31 7 17 7 55 S 10 Runs dally from lexlnuton to Cincin- Â¬ 8 45 A tho sea coast of Massachusetts profitable income One of tho bright particular stars of beauty in Vienna is Count Taafod daughter the Countess Coudonhovo Sho is a small woman whoso hair is blonde while her eyes aro dark Tier bus baud is ono of tho handsomest men in tho Austrian eaniuiL not exactly a pretty woman but her manner is most attractive and Boston worships her Tho first titled Englishwoman to be come a laundress is Lady Wimborue who lias established a successful laun dry on her husbands estate in Dorset shire Tho enterprise has been so well conducted that it yields tho owner a Â¬ She is Â¬ It appears that tho pholas aro equally luminous whether dead or alive wet or dry One scientist who was testing dif ferent substances in view of obtaining light without heat put one of tho shells in a jar of milk and used it to read by In clear distilled water the light shines with undiminished brightness for years Placed in honey the color of tho light is turned to a light green even then how ever tho shell continues to give a good light for years St Louis Republic Â¬ llviillui Ilklit Mius Belle Bull is the name of tl e cit editor of The Kansas City Star Mrs 13 II Stevens has been librarian of the agricultural department at Wash Tho Magic Rimoviu fills a long felt want with owners oi llor es or Mules with Waits Knots 15niies Cuts Strain Sprains OM Soiv liuib Wire I Cuts etc makes no difieroneo how long the knot has been there or t it is not of tho how hard it is bone we will take it oil on tho NO CURE NO PAY plan In removing tho knot the hair comes oil and the place ben lines 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 uuderigncd druggists ami bring your animal with you TRAINS DAILY ENCIUT SUNDAY HOWVRDOR11SON Vueiil fJKX H IIVRPKR Mm iiiiurliiteinleut VERNON CIVHK ieneril lMenser Anetit CLAlDi HOW L City Ticket Vaent iENTlt VI OKEkES FRANKFORT KY a m Arrives it in Exoept Sunday Leaves CIncliiitatI 510 p in Arrives Falmouth 7 05 p m vxcept Sunday No 7 -- Lives Fimoitli 6 a in ArrlvesCln Ilnnatl 7 55 n ni Except Similar TRAIN NOTES -- No 3 runs dallv except Sun Â¬ day between lexlnuton ami Cincinnati No 13 runs Sunday oiilv niaklni all local stops Paris lOli No y 43Ieaves Loxlnuton 1000 EVERYTHING -- FOR TIIK- 1 Â¬ For Sale by ington since 1S77 Mrs Rider Haggard like Mrs Stan ley complains that American women keep their houses too yarm Â¬ P H I CARPENTER SOUTH SIDE DRUGGISTS NOT HlY DIRECT FROM THE OROW- itinou niHii treis iiiaiiN mid wiunV You will savo mono aini m i mock lino to nauu Wo pay no aneiits but soil dlieit to tlu iilantor Millions ot tivis plants and Mats aro hearing owrjultero in Koniiicky ami JiuIko us lij their iruit A Minwborry and general nursery cuta loauo on application to H P HILLLNMEYER Feb 21 31H LexliiKtoti Ky v it No 4 runs dally between Cincinnati and Lex- Â¬ ington NOTE -- Trains No Gaud Falmouth Accommo Â¬ dation No 3 now depart from new It It St Depot on 1th below John St NOTE Trains No land Falmouth Accommo Â¬ dation No 7 now arrives at new 1th St De Â¬ pot on It li below John m Nos 2 and 6 make connections at Winchester for points on the NN A-- M V Rv IMPORTANT- - Trains or this line uowarrhont and depart from the Central Inlon Passenger Station Cincinnati maklnc connec Â¬ tion tor nil points North East and West Through Tickets sold and Hauce checked to any point reached by a railroad For full particulars address or call on any aueiitotthe cumpm or W 1 HEllLNTINiiTON vice Pros A SuiuMunnger OENEltVL OFFICES Chamber or Commrco liulMlim Cincinnati O NOTE -- Wo now have double dally train ser Â¬ vice on Sundays both vub bteenCUicUumtl and Lexington Trav Pihsr Ant Cincinnati Ml NStlN S I O ienl Piussr ut II 31UHSE CINCINNATI yj O MttiittfcHiii iii ssffiaa VTraw V Jt1 We begin the new year with a more complete line of goods than ever before C3 Jo 1 3 71 JS O TOT and of every description and repairs for same Harrows Seed Sowers Cora Planters Cultivators c Buggies - Pheatons Surrys and Road Carts In many styles In all sizes line of Hand znade Harness all prices Wagon A full Harness Plow Gear and variety of SADDLES l What we advertise you will find we keep it to your interest to call and see us ALL KINDS OF FIELD SEEDS xtflZ And we are sure that we can make m Dr H C I ties against all comers Possessed of an eloquent tongue and command- ing presence he always held Catered at the post office at Fraukf ort Kentucky as second class mailable matter the attention of the House or Senate when he arose to speak and in the 0E0 A LEWIS Editor and Publisher social circle everybody knew and i liked warm hearted jovial Tarv Baker Twice he led the forlorn hope FRANKFORT FEBRUARY 21 1891 of the Republican party as their candidate for Governor Poor fellow Some ten years ago his mind became Deatli of R M Nicol affected and he was compelled to Mr Robert H Nicol one of the give up his profession that of the most highly respected citizens of law and had since been living in this county died at his home one retirement His funeral took place N on Tuesday at Alexandria and was mile west of the city on the L Railroad Monday afternoon after a largely attended people from adjoining counties flocking in to pay lingering illness of about a year aged 65 years The deceased was born in the last honors to the gifted but un Dumfries Shire Scotland he came fortunate man Peace to his ashes to this country in 1S52 located in Four Generations Jefferson county and took charge of the old Louisville fair grounds at There was a family gathering at Crescent Hill Upon the resignation the residence of Rev H H Kava of the late Robert Carmichael of the naugh on the corner of Todd and position of Superintendent of the Main streets on Wednesday evening Frankfort Cemetery in 1854 Mr at which four generations of the Nicol was appointed to fill the place Kavanaugh family were present viz removed to this city and continued Rev W B Kavanaugh of Sulphur in the position until 187S when hav- Â¬ Henry county i father of Rev H H ing purchased the farm of the late Rev H H Kavanaugh of this city his L A Thomas he resigned and re- Â¬ son Mr W M Kavanaugh of Little moved to it where he continued to Rock Arkansas and the latter gen- Â¬ reside up to the time of his death littlebaby boy It was a hap During his long intercourse with tlemans but was soon broken up for py party our people Mr Nicol had made a Mr W M Kavanaugh wife and baby host of friends and by his blunt hon- Â¬ left the next morning for their home esty quiet gentlemanly demeanor in Arkansas had won the confidence and esteem of all who knew him At Last The funeral took place on Wednes day afternoon from his late residence We are glad the Council has at last and the body was laid to rest in the determined to have the old town grounds of our beautiful Cemetery clock cleaned and put in perfect which for so many years were his running order pride and care and friends perform- Â¬ Our citizens have depended upon the ed for him the last sad office which old time keeper for so many years he had so often done for others that things seem out of joint when only the members of his immediate it does not run right In fact it is family and a few friends being pres- very discouraging to the average ent as the burial was private citizen when he thinks he is going home early from the lodge to have magnates not the clock which has for the past Base Ball Here half century regulated the hours of every household in the city ring out It is rumored that Messrs Von der fifteen or twenty four oclock on him Ahe of the St Louis Base Ball Club Vonderhorst of the Baltimore Club Cremation and Wagener of the Athletic Club Philadelphia were in the city Mon- Â¬ The sermon preached by Dr H A M day and held a secret consultation Henderson in Trinity Church Cincinwith Hon Zack Phelps delegate in nati to an overflowing congregation the Constitutional Convention from has been enlarged to a pamphlet of 50 Louisville who is attorney for the pages and published It gives the American Base Ball Association Mr method employed and the sanitary Phelps says the report was unfound sentimental and economic arguments ed however and if the ball men for Crematory and answers objecwere here they spent the night down tions It is concise and candid and on the river front or some other in in the authors best style It can be accessable point Mr PhelpB said had postpaid by enclosing fifteen cents that he had received telegrams sev- Â¬ to Dr Henderson 23 Clark street eral days ago from a number of ball Cincinnati O men asking him to meet them at Cincinnati and assist in settling some Will Meet Here troubles with which they seemed to The Kentucky heirs of the Robert think he had to do He answered them that he was quite busy in the Edwards estate will hold a meeting in Convention here that he was out of this city on Monday March 23d 1801 base ball and could not be of benefit The object of the meeting will be to form a more complete organization to them if he was on hand in the suit for this largo estate in which millions of dollars are in- Â¬ Tarv Baker Dead FKAiNKFOftT ROMMtfOUT Used in California TIN OSS W J CHINN To the Public Rankin who married Miss Alice Lewis formerly of this milE FOLLOWING ARK TI1K TnwnvTtiT prices at city died at his home in Monrovia X Hesjt Holier Main Elkhorn Flour Mill per bbl 585 ratent Perfection Hest 2d Patent 5 Go per bbl on Saturday February Best Ruhr Flour Invincible California 5 45 per bbl COO per bbl 7th Dr Rankin and wife visited BestX X X 350 per bbl relatives in this city last fall and it Kest X Xon 500 pound lots Discount was then very evident to all who saw Custom grinding solicited S MARTIN Proprietor him that he would not live many Jan 17 2 months He leaves a widow but no children and the hearts of her many friends here go out in sympathy to her in this dark hour Valuable City Residence Property JR J Will practice in all State Courts fice second floor Custom House Jan 30 ly Of- 4 H G MATTEH2T TEaZE FOR SALE Deatli of Mrs Coleman Mrs Chapman Coleman the eldest and only living daughter of the late Hon John J Crittenden died at her home in Louisville on Friday and the remains were brought here on Monday and laid to rest in the Ceme- Â¬ tery She was a lady of marked ability and had attained distinction For many in the literary world years she was a leader of society in Washington City where she resided until within the last few years place situated on north Mde ot Main street Frankfort K near the Capital Hotel la oflered for sale by trie underalKtieri If not sold on or before Janu Â¬ ary Ibt 1K1 the Hiitne will be for rent The property Is In lirst claks condition For terms Ac apply to CHAS F EXUM Attorney for Johnson heirs Oct 25 BRICK RESIDENCE THE TWO STORYtlie Sidney Johnson known as FROP Ml Willi 334 MAIN STREET tf KENTUCKY UNION RAILWAY CO FRANKFOKT KY Try TIME CARD EFFECTIVE DECEMBER GOING EAST Leave Lexington 4IU p m 451 p in 6i5 p in C30 p in 1130 it in 125 p ui WEST lass Hog Si Poultry Remedy V 21ST 1890 300 p m 221 of Februarj- - Â¬ The usual celebration of the 22d of Ieine Wlncheter LeueClay City February by the Literary Societies of Arrive Lumber Point Arrive Three Fork Eminence College will be held in the Leave college chapel to day aa the 22d falls Arrive Tluee Forks Elkitawa Sunday The Philomathean on GOING Society will give an entertainment at 10 oclock this morning and night the cantata of to- Â¬ Â¬ Druggist be given followed by a comedy en- Â¬ titled A Transaction in Hearts Old Market house Corner The former pupils and friends of the mode at college can spend a pleasant day Connections Unittjvllle Lumber Point with JF KAPSTlflTOliT neareHt Llkatawa steamer for Marl lvr and evening by going down tutlou to Jackson Ky TraliiN between Three 1 Titanhi will Leive ElUntnna An w Three Forks Leie Three oiks Arrive Lumber Point Arrive Clay Cin Arrive Whichever Arrive Lexlnuton 1 885 a m 10S0 a in G00 n m 005 a in 737 a in 880 a m 0 30 a in JW For Sale by G AYLE KY t t Jllf Changes in Time Â¬ Forks and Lexington urn dally between Three Forks and ilUaUuu dally binidaju excepted J L HLUPHY Gcucral Passenger Igent Â¬ Â¬ The new time card of the L N Rail Â¬ road went into effect on Sunday Un DUE DOLLAR WEEKLY OF CINCINNATI OHIO der the new arrangement the morn WILL BE AT THE ing train from Lexington does not BUYS A GOOD GOLD WATCH arrive here until 930 instead of 820 as heretofore and the afternoon train IN FRANKFORT K which formerlj arrived at 213 does BY OUR CLUB SYSTEM FRIDAY FEB 20 1891 O The C not get in until 250 patent stiffened gold cases arei FRIDAY MARCH 13 1891 Our 14 train bound for the east now leaves warrantedkaret 2U cnn wainum aim i inin lor wind movement reliable here three minutes earlier and the and set huntliu or and well known SternKents open face ladys or 5 watch We sell one ot size Kauai to any train from the east arrives thirteen BLEEDING tfLIND or ITCHING The 250 afternoon these watches for minutes later Cured wltnout any surgical operation and wlta La- train makes close connection at little or no pain grange for Cincinnati and only the Chloroform Ligature or Knife mall send accommodation makes connection at andexprenstoC any address by reslstem examinaor O Dvvltb privilege of by 1 1 not neceswiry with thU mode of treatment Anchorage for Shelby ville and Bloom tion Dr W I Kelley CAPITAL HOTEL - PILES 2S CASH -- Â¬ field To Be Entertained by Delegates Our iiKent at Durham N C wr s Our Jewelers have confessed tu dont know how ou can furnish such work for tlu money FISTULA IN ANO It eared FISSDRES Oared without cutting or tearing 1 Â¬ Â¬ Hon R Tarvin Baker who for two terms represented Campbell county in the Senate of Kentucky and was afterwards in the House of Reprpsent- k atives some twenty yeare ago died f at his home in Alexandria on Sunday During the first session of the Legis lature of which he was a member ho became a firm friend of Frankfort and was ever ready to fight her bat- Â¬ CATARRH ULCERATION An entertainment to be given the wanted at each place Write for particulars people of Frankfort by the Constitu- Â¬ or the bowel cored tional delegates has been arranged EMPIRE WATCH CO Dr Iletli has now been Tliltlng this city regu arly for nearly btvennais uutl ihe many curea and will be a swell affair It will take 43 and GOMulden Lane New YorkNY no has maae among the wealthy and lnnovntl place Thursday evening February citizens are sufficient erldenoe of blssuocesa It U now a well established fact that man dte 26th and is to bo a reception ball kidney bladder IN PEACE eases of the stomach literofeither caused o SLEEP and banquet all in one and will be womb and nervous system are PILES VISTU woffavated by the coexistence given at the Capital Hotel The ball LA FISSURE or RECTAL ULCEB RKFKRENCBSi room will be used for dancing the Dr K K Oober Frankfort Ky apacioiiB dining room for the Bupper Franklin Morris Oraefensburg and the parlors for receiving Some J T Stolen Frankfort Ky V Herberlcb Frankfort Ky FOR BED BUGS thing more than 500 invitations are Be L P Holett Benson Ky A H McClure Frankfort Ky oeing sent out y wio committee oi This preparatlorr Is superior to all others fo Blchard Ferguson Frankfort Eg reasons W J Hughes Frankfort Ky delegates who have the arrangements the following uuks Instantly It kills the K David ellectually destroys their ikks therefore It Is It in charge and about a thousand only necessary to use It once or twice during the Jan M Moore lleinon withrow Frankfort Ky volved office and residence Is at M Â¬ DR KHIXKT8 dollars will bo spent in the prepara season street Cincinnati and where h It pohsessesadvautauesover Insect powders in West Eighth erery day tions of each week EXCEPT used Irr plaves which they may be found asmuch as It can be Thank You James The entertainment has been gotton can not reachttKreoable and It Is warranted not FRIDAI8 AflD SATUEDAYB Its odor Is up by the younger members of the to injure carpets linen or furniture pamphlets describing these diseases and thv Mr James A Murray of this city No fatal to show their apprecia- contains noeirects can result from its usonH H mode of treatment tent free U any one by ad poison which fact should give It a who attended the Mardi Gras fes Â¬ Convention dressing many courtesies they place In every householdat 25 cents each Bold In largo bottles tivities in New Orleans has placed tion of the V 11 AVKItILL KELLEY M Dv at wholesale and W I For us under obligations for copies of have received at the hands of our retail sale by Edghth St Cincinnati O New Orleans papers containing litho- Â¬ citizens during the session CO 959 West JOHN H STAOKHOUSE Â¬ SOLE AOENTB graphic views of the immense paW CONSULTATION 7RBB Of Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria n 9a lr B32Aich Street Pelladelphta rade PRATTS KILLER VJ Â¬ Â¬ i RWWwaw is sssssag 1 FttAiKFORT iiUUMABOUT FRANKFORT FEHHUARY21 18ll cil coin Chaves and Eddy counties havo reason to bo proud of their young rep Â¬ resentative in tho TerritorialCoun Won by Americans Will Celebrate Tho children of the Public School will celebrate Washingtons birthday on Monday by taking holiday mm V J - From Dallas K W it Col Ik C Crutcher has placed us underlfoligations for several copies of New York papers sent during his ent The gentleman referred to was a stay in that city student of Eminence College and New Sign has many friends in this section who will bo glad to know that ho is mak Â¬ Mr Jas M Wakefield has placed a ing his mark in New Mexico to which new and elegant sign at the office of Territory he removed in the fall of his mill which was executed by 1886 Councilman Richardson Bpent Messrs Bridgeford Bros several days in this citj just before Christmas visiting friends Moved Over ence in legislation ho has by his abil- Â¬ ity and a closo study of the wants not only of his district but tho entire Territory rapidly gone to tho front and is now justly considered one of the ablest men in the Legislature Although a Democrat in politics no man of that party in either body com Â¬ mands more respect or exercies greater influence with the Republi- Â¬ cans than he and his vote and his efforts havo always been cast for and in behalf of tho people The Argus congratulates Mr Richardson and trusts that his future will redeem the rich politcal promise of tho pres- Â¬ Without any previous experi Â¬ r I i ItlcCluvres Married Mr Chas E Haff has removed to his handsome new residence on the Mr Stroder Parrish and Miss corner of Todd and Shelby streets Martha Perry a couple from tho g and has settled down to Peaks Mill neighborhood were unit- Â¬ on tho South Side ed in marriage at the book and shoe store of Mr R K McClure Tuesday Delegates morning Rev E A W Roberts Judge William Lindsay and wife officiating The young lady arrived gave an elegant reception to the in advance of the groom and took a members of the Constitutional Con- Â¬ seat saying she was waiting for a vention at their home on Wapping friend and after a short time the street last evening The supper was groom preacher and a friend of tho young couple camo in asked per- Â¬ furnished by Messrs Todd Bros mission of Mr McClure to bo married there which of course was granted Verv Near when the party retired to the rear of The streets ol Frankfort have been the store and the ceremony was so in a wretched condition this week quickly and quietly performed that almost as bad as those of Lexington Mr Will McClure who was standing not quite but very near it They cer- Â¬ near the door was not aware of what tainly should be cleaned oftener not was going on until it was all over only in the business portion of the Fifty Spasms a Day city but all over town m Had Mrs H A Gardner of Vistula Ind lived two thousand years ago Gen Slierman Dead so would havo been thought to be porressed by evil spirits She was Gen Wm T Sherman the last of 6Sject to nervous prostration head- Â¬ the three greatest generals of the aches dizziness backache palpita Â¬ tion and forty to fifty spasms a day Union Army during the late war Though having been treated by eight died at his home in New York on physicians for years without success Saturday The funeral took place in j he was permanently cured by ono New York on Thursday and the re- Â¬ bottle of Dr Miles Restorative Ner- Â¬ vine A trial bottle of this new and mains were taken to St Louis for wonderful medicine and a finely illus- Â¬ interment by the side of his wife trated treatise free at J W Gayles urug store who recommends and house-keepin- at In the Queens last word contest Dr Edmund T Stevens of Bullalo N Y won tho first prize of a free trip to Europe and 200 in cash and Annie B Turner of Deposit N Y secured the Bpocial prize of a hand Â¬ some Shetland pony Tho publishers of this well known Magazine have decided to ofier ono more Competition and to the person sending them tho largest lists of English words of not loss than four lotters constructed from letters con- Â¬ tained in the thrjo words Dominion of Canada thoy offer many useful frizes including 750 in cash Shet China Dinner Sets Gold And a great variety of articles Watches French Music Boxes Portiere Curtins Silk Dresses Man- Â¬ tel Clocks etc all to be awarded strictly in order of merit An ele- Â¬ gant Silver Tea Service valued 30 will be given each day to the persons In order to induce our customers to buy flour packed in from whom tho largest list is received that day from the State in which they reside The object of this Special Daily Prize for each State is to increase the interest in The Queens Competitions in every locality in the WE ARE Those desiring to United States contest for one of these valuable rizes may start on their list at once ut send six U S 2c stamps and receive last number of The Queen with full particulars before forwarding your list Address The Canadian The above articles with every paper sack of flour Ask your grocer for Queen Toronto Canada m TO EVERYBODY Tinware Glassware Wire Goods Woodenware M Useful for Kitchen and Household Use i a Â¬ PAPER SACKS GIVING AW AY E M Entertained fragrant perfume Price cents For salo by J W Gayle HACKMETACK a lasting and 25 and 50 J AND VICTOR FLOUR Every sack warranted 2S In paper sacks LOUISVILLE MARKET TOBACCO It DUKRETT FURNISHED BY GLOVEIl LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE MILES No Money Required of Responsible ment SON Parties to Commence Treat- Â¬ Sales on our market for the week just closed amountto 4204 hhdswith receipts of 2646 for the same period Sales on our market since January Sales of 1st amount to 50669 hhds the crop of 1890 on our markettodate 42050 Sixteenth Regular Visit hhds There is very little now to be said FRANKFORT KY of our market this week The prin- Â¬ cipal features of the week were the very large offerings and good prices There was a very little irregularity And every fourth week thereafter during the week on the medium grades of new burley but the market closed firm all along the line Old burley remains unchanged The following quotations fairly represent our market for burley Trash dark or damaged tobacco 2 00 tobacco 3 00 Colory trash Common lugs not colory 3 50 5 00 Colory lugs 7 00 Common leaf 9 00 Medium to good leaf 16 00 Good to fine fillers 3 50 CAPITAL HOTEL WEDNESDAY MAR Consultation and Evaminat 11 Free ENTITLED TO THE BEST guarantees it 1 All are entitled to the best their money wm tmy so every family should have t once a bottle of the best family remedy Syrup of Figs to cleanse the system when costive or bilious For sale in 50c and 100 bot- Â¬ tles by all leading druggists 22 m Didnt Muster Select or wrappery leaf 00 50 00 00 00 22 00 7 5 10 10 16 20 00 27 00 Quite a number of the members of Dexter Lodge Knights of Pythias in this city attended the grand cele- Â¬ bration of tho establishment of the order in Lexington on Wednesday but did not participate in the parade pullto did Changed Hands Again consequently mud not have wasbesix orÂ¬ which ed out of the Mr J A Guinn has sold the Fa eight inches deep on the streets of mous Laundry to Messrs Sam White- Â¬ that city on Monday m head and Llewellyn Peyton two enWill Build Shortly ergetic young men who will after the first of March conduct that es- Â¬ Mr John T Buckley will in a short tablishment time begin the erection ofa neat two double tenement house on Squandered His Wealtli story brickShelby street recently pur Â¬ the lot on The only Col D C Crutcher who chased by him of Mrs Sarah Luckett rooms was in Now York last week invested Each house will contain six send with all the modern conveniences of all his money in valentines to building will to his friends in this city and did water and gas and tho appearance of the not have enough left to purchase a add much to tho postage stamp for a letter written to locality m a his wife consequently tho post office Drawing to a Close officials had to notify her to send on a stamp so that the letter could be It has been announced that the forwarded Constitutional Convention will com- Â¬ m plete the consideration of all tho re- Â¬ For tlie Monument Fund ports of the commitees next week will then remain for them and all The ladies of the Confederate to do is that to harmonize the different re- Â¬ Memorial Association will give a ports and get the document in shape grand fancy dress hop at the Capital to submit to the people which will Hotel ball room on tho evening of require several yeeks longer Wednesday April 1st the proceeds to bo devoted to tho fund being rais Masonic Notice ed for the purpose of erecting a monument to the memory of the Con- Â¬ Frankfort Lodge No 1 A Y M federate soldiers buried in the Cem- Â¬ will meet in regular communication etery at this place on Thursday evening next in tho north hall of tho Odd Fellows Tem- Â¬ Assistant Superintendent ple A full attendance of tho mem Â¬ bers is desired and visiting brothers At a called meeting of the Board of fraternally invited Thero will bo School Trustees held on Tuesday work in tho Masters degree evening Miss Julia RTodd was elected Assistant Superintendent of tho Miles Nerve and Liver Public School and alio will hereaf Pills ter have charge of tho school during important discovery tho absence or sickness of Prof onAntho livor stomach andThoy act bowels Tho appointment is a through tho nerves A new principle Browdor first class one as Miss Julia is well They speedily cure billiousness bad taste torpid liver piles and constipa- Â¬ qualified for tho position tion Splendid for nion women and children Smallest mildest surest A Rising Young Man 50 doses for 25 cents Samples freo at 15 ly J W Gaylos Frankfort Ky m In tho Argue published at Eddyt Now Mexico wo find tho following THE REV GEO II THAYER of Tho Argus is greatly indebted to Bourbon InusayB liotn myself ana Councilman Richardson for copies of wifo owe our lives to SHILOHS many important bills introduced in CONSUMPTION CURE 28 both houses of the Legislature Lin- - For sale by J W Gaylo Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ as - A CHILD KILLED Another child killed by the use of opiates given in the form of Soothing Why mothers give their Syrup children such deadly poison is surpris- Â¬ ing when they can relieve the child of its peculiar troubles by using Dr Ackers Laby Soother It contains no opium or morphine Scl1 by 9 J W Gayle Druggist TirjIE TABLE Tho following time tabic-- is now effect upon the L fc X road T11AINS WEST No 23 leuvesFrnnkfort No 17 leaves Frankfort No 21 No 19 leavesFrankfort leaves Frankfort n U30 a 25t p 700 p 5 f in in in m WHMTWNIV C H BOG1Y1AN M D Tho Eminent Specialtbt foierlj resident Physician ot the rtuladclfiria General Hos pital Physician in charge of the 0iip Mutual Institute Cincinnati Ohio has for twenty rive years successfully devr ted his time to the treati ent of his specialties lie successfully treas all curable case of Oneiric ami Nervous Diseases His treatment is based on the largest experience after thorough educational pieparation Â¬ Â¬ TBAINS EAST No leaves Frankfort No 20 leaves Frankfort No 22 leaves Frankfort No 24 arrives Frankfort 18 10lf a in 454 p ai Oslo p in i25 p m makes connection nt An chorage for Shelbyville and Bloomtield nnd nt Lagrnnge for Cincinnati No 21 makes close connection at Lagrange for Cincinnati Ohio Nn 21 EPBRYAN Agent DR WBSCOTT Surgeon Rheumatism It eaientlallr a disease or the nervous sys tema all late Investigation trotes beyond a doubt Actinic apoa this thcurrite have for jeara treated it with fhenoaenai success The deformities aal hurt affections ruuUlog from rheuruatlo inflammation su all be avoided or cured bj our treatment nutrition atlmulatloa Increase tho tlow of urine delay lfnotcuredit leada to enlarged iroitae agland ner W e guarantee cure in all vout debility and premature decay uchcaee and a perfect rciioutlon to heokh and pnj ileal vigor BrJghta Veterinary orDtoce of the Kllneyi It the reanlt of fault r theuie vt improper rcaedie w of ONTAIUO VKTKHINAItY COL lege Toronto Canada Ofllee at Church Bum fel7 2m livery stable NOTICE ALL PEKSONS estate of HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST V iilaiut ComtlfitiuD an Chronic Dlarrheu all remit In imier fret uutrltlon and rtnJir lllemiferable Earlj tnterfirciMe la true economy of time iloucv and health Young Men ho are raldlr approaching Inianltj anl death from aecretnabiu villtlo wtll loconsuliu atouce Thee hablta are the reiultof dUeaie not vice and v cure aurh We invite yeur fullut oouSJnca anl taaea without fall promiie ou relief SItddloAfred Men who obterve certain Irritatleni of the badder and urethra or water paniace with ledimenu In the urine anouid avail tnrnocmt oft ur treatment cuch limp torus are Indications of emlna aeainess which admit o no Diseases of tbe Dicestivo Organs are the racit fr quet eauRea of the more 1 fatal dteae li tpc iia Liver Com To the Ladles We hoe for yeara made a apecialty of the dtieasei of nomcu Mnctcuth of the lutferiuaa of this world aro borne by women and v tthout reaaon When the Is projerh understood of these disease their cure la cauie Our larce hospital eerienceenablea as certain and complete to undemaud these cases and treat them from the latest scleo llfle staudtKUu Local treatment which so mint object to we rarely tin 1 necessarv Our treati ml is bv crntltutlonal anl local remedies with which v lujlrct thiMtliuu to treat al Item the at their homes on Stricture Gleet enereal Taint Syphilis Uoubrrhea Impotence no I stcrililv ire promptly and etlectuallv cured by our special renirdles We have spent thousands of dollars lu Uuie and money losalp knowledj la this direction svitem is the result of disease located Is ilc nerve centars Ourmethol of treatment which Iteullrelv our own has been ajmutcd ry me oest scientists or the worn to produce radical cure in the most debilitated subjects Private Diseases Epilepsy or Pits This phenomena of th Jervotaa Every person consulting us should brine or send fmirto six ounces of their urine whichwe will submit to 1 thorough microscopical examination and clfcirical analysis a certificate and chart of present them to wmen wtu uc mrntsiici tnc paucm L Jettwlll me proven according to law on or before tho Wc cur old cases hich have baffled the skill nf other physicians Why f Because our esxtocisivei L K JullNMJX llrst ilay of Maj 1J1 Dt rience ablcs us to recognize the onuttn nf disease We invito ail who have failed tobuin vssiHiiee oi t i iieu elsewhere tooonsultui All guaranteed Patients treated by mail and expiess Where possible personal consultation is preferable List of questions sent free on application All cases and correspondence strictly couiidontal TAreatinent sent C O D to an part of the United States and Canada Addrcs with stamp for reply rkl mnk1if O Dr V VltANK G O BOX 703 I H Bowman Cincinnati HOLD Ad l DitYBit President Vice President E P Dakmum Sec ami Treas It T IltblMI Superintendent namDhlct of Information and ab- -i detract or mo lairs mowing now to i Obtain latenu caveats xrauo iMarka copyriRuts sent jr Address MUNN BUi A - Tie StaiiM Printing Ink Co WM CROMWELL ATTORN AW EY-AT-- L akb orinerl the Standard Printing Ink Works RJSAZ JBSrAXJB AGBJST vwtim v301 Broadway New York -- MANUKAiTDltEHS O- FPRIHTINGArlD LITHOGRAPHIC INKS June28 ly 108 DC PBACTIC1 TM COUBTS mnklln awl tfct tuDotolBf countlM Of will 140 riT ipstdal itUntJon to th sod Ml ol Mtato Mltootioa rrnU ttelajk rtl u Canal Ciuclunutl Ohio hniS to bifciLwi- iJ lliyafeftTsaSroMKWwyJsjsslpssjsfwysjsjj iaaiMiiiiisa Religious We would be greatly obliged to the ministers and officers of churches in the city if they wou4d furnish us wlph any announcements which they may wish madcl Rov H G Henderson will preach Chapel Methodist Church Sunday afternoon at 3 at the Cedar oclock KM ed Messrs Bridgeford Bros are do Â¬ ing the work in the highest style of art which will be quite an improve Â¬ ment The firm are receiving their now stock of spring goods and are ready to recieve orders for suits Their advertisement will be found in its usual place in this issue Darbys Prophylactic Use it in every sick room 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- Â¬ I on Sims of New York says am convinced that Pro Darbys Prophylactic Fluid is a most valu able disinfectant 21 m THE ROUNDABOUT m YHttl Frankfort High School Honors for the week ending Feb Â¬ are SL Rev W C Taylor the pastor will ruary 18 occupy his pulpit at the Baptist SENIOR CLASS Church to morrow morning at 11 Roll of honor Sadie Grant 99 oclock First honor Georgia Payne 100 Second honor Annie Magill 99 Tko usual services at Ascension Third honor Virgie Nelson 98 Church to morrow morning at 11 Flossie French 98 oclock and 730 p m will be conduct JUNIOR CLASS ed by Rev E A Penick the rector Roll of honor Maggie Daniel 100 Rev W G Neville the pastor will First honor Maggie Culter 9S occupy his pulpit at the Southern Second honor Mary Crutcher 97 to morrow Church Presbyterian Tinrcl Honor Cecile McEwan 94 morning at 11 oclock No service at Â¬ - second hand cabi- Â¬ net organ is offered for sale cheap Apply to J B Utterback A For Sale THE PEOPLES PAPER Everybody takes it Everybody reads Subscription Only 75 cts up to 31- - Smyrna rugs all sizes from Weitzel 600 ODonnell Bucklcns Arnica Salve night Rov J McClusky Blayney D D will occupy his pulpit at the First Presbyterian Church to morrow at 11 a m Meeting of Bible Society at 730 p m Roy Father Lambert Young the pastor will conduct the services at Kids Not Wanted he Church of the Good Shepherd toChildren Cry for Pitchers Castoria morrow First mass at S a m Sec It is announced by the management ond mass 1030 a m Vespers at 3 of the Opera House that children un- Â¬ p m der ten years of age will not be ad- Â¬ mitted during the Sothern engage- Â¬ Rev George Darsie will occupy his ment pulpit at the Christian Church ARE YOU atll oclock No night service digestion MADE miserable by In- Â¬ Consumption Dizziness The Young Peoples Society of Loss of Appetite Yellow Skin Shi Christian Endeavor meets in the lohs Vitalizer is a positive cure 28 For sale by J W Gayle chapel at 7 p m Â¬ The best salve in the world fot Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt FIRST YEAR CLASS Rheum Fever Sores Tetter Roll of Honor Oinnie Theobald Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns 100 and all Skin Eruptions and posiFirst honor Cinnie Theobald 100 tively cures Piles or no pay reBessie Haydon 100 quired It is guaranteed to give Second honor Pauline Brown 99 perfect satisfaction or money re Annie Coleman 99 funded Price 25 cents per box Third honor Ida Brady 96 For sale by South Side drug store P H Carpenter 5 iy Â¬ Â¬ it 1 Per Year QHffiffln 94aBSMkua tJUn THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST 0P Department e are prepared to The regular annual meeting of the American Bible Society will be held at the First Presbyterian Church to- Â¬ morrow evening at 730 oclock Ad dresses will be delivered by Judge W M Beckner and Hon Jep C Jon son The congregations of the other churches will unite in the meeting Â¬ A M If yon are going west that the Louisville St Louis Air Line run the finest trains in the world between Louisville and St Louis Trains leaving at 810 a m daily equipped with Pullman perfected safty steam heated day coaches parlor and din- Â¬ ing cars Trains leaving Louisville at 915 p m equipped with day coaches Rev H G Henderson A M will sleepers and Pullman drawing room preach at the Methodist Church in If you wish comfort safty and this place Sunday morning at 11 quick time be sure and call for tick ets via the Air Line Any information oclock Night service omitted regarding maps rates etc will The Sunday school meets at 930 promptly furnished by writing to be B L Dont Forget In one of the best in tne State and turn out on short notice wwSlOWA Entire tO Time 25 Hours Trains Baggage Car Day Coache fc Sleepers run through without change THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST Trav Pass Agt The Epworth League convenes in 10 Louisville Ky tf the claBS room at 645 P M Mr Henderson extends a cordial invitation to the members of the Chance to buy Encyclopedia Ilritanica Constitutional Convention to attend at 150 per volume Guaranteed to be only exact reprint these services Bryant Georgetown to Jacksonville Ala Time 26 Hours Througl lpepers without change The Short line betvv ceu Cincinnati and Lexington Kr Time 2tj Hours 12 Tknn Knoxville N C AsnEVILLE 17 x t Nearly in Bloom 15 R K McCLURE Chattanooga Tenn g atlanta BlltMIKOHAM ALA 11 v 15 1C opspsv4 AXXtfx t V YA tf m We The mild weather is causing the 21st buds of the fruit trees to swell and cents the blossoms are about ready to burst 24 forth on many of the early varieties m Direct Connections at New Orleansand Shreve port for Texan Mexico and California Leave Frankfort via Kentucky Midland Railway will have on sale Saturday Feb 500 yards fancy scrim at 10 via Georgetown 546 a niurrlveCtnciniiatl 1023 a in Quicker than any other line reduced from 15 cents Alltralns arrive at depart from Central Union Depor Cincinnati Sam D Johnson Co or Rates Maps Arc address FRANK W WOOLLEY C C - o Sf Attention Fishermen To parties of five or more the Ken- Â¬ tucky Midland will make rate of one For Rent fare for round trip from Frankfort to 7 rooms Cor A two story house with Murray and Campbell Elkhorn and Switzer streets Apply to W J Hughes 327 OLD Murray street 11 tf Do you want a copy of Rand Mc Nallys Atlas of the World free If so intetview McClure the shoe man HARVEY D G EDWARDS Vlee Pres CINCINNATI O G P TA Traveling 1ass Agt Lexington Ky THE- KENTUCKY SHORT LINE TO ROUTE Co Dress malting the art Newport News Â¬ Mississippi Valley E D BINDERY Old Books and Music bound k- - Miss Jessie McCoy will begin dressmaking on the first of March in the house on Washington street opposite the Steam Laundry and desires a share of the patronage of the ladies 24 tf of the city When When When When Baby was sick wo gaTO her Castoria she was a Child she cried for Castoria she became Miss she clung to Castoria she had Children she gave them Castoria Washiugton Philadelphia New York Baltimore Old Point and the Sea Shore AND ALL EASTERN IN EFFECT JANUARY Blank Books of all kinds gotten up in the highest style of at lowest rates Job Begun Work Mr Harry B ODonnell has begun work upon the new residence he will erect on his lot on Cross street Mr Dan Lynch has the contract which is an assurance that the work will bo well executed CITIES i 18Jl Acconinio- Work of all kinds solicited NOTICE EAST HOUND Fast Fast Mall Dull Expiess Dally ExSun iiitimi Dall Work Will Begin Â¬ We have added to our stock an elegant line of Carpets Oil cloth and Matting- at the very lowest prices 21- Weitzel ODonnell - Â¬ Louisville Lexington Lve Winchester Mt sterling Olive Hill CatletUburg Huntington All Ashland 7 ISfiiii pin 11 4O11111 li 55 pin 12 45 pm 7 20 pin 1 25 pm U H J5 pin H pm pm ft 5 pm 10 10 W pm 5 50 pm J 25 pm 11 07 pm J 2 85 pin 10 5 25 pm G 7 30 10 16 5pm pm pm STEREOTYPING in all its Brandies The woi k of constructing the ElecFor Rint -- I desire to rent my gro Â¬ WEST HOUND tric Street Rrailroad in this city will cery dwelling and stable Terms Elias Stone bo commenced about the first of reasonable hailiiton Lve 11 a ami 12 GO am 1 10 pm Huntington d on inn April and the contractor who is to pm Catlettsburg 25 am 1 10 pin i H1IHII Ashland execute the work is in the city takA Safe Investment t 45111 8 47UII1 2 5lipm Olive Hill ing the laj of the land so as to 4 Jlplll 10 521111 0 25 am c in r which is guaranteed to Mt SUlllllg Is one J Winchester iLflilU1 li IlUf 11 10 pm 7 15 am make his arrangements accordingly Lexington 8 Arr 5 45 pm bring you satisfactory results or Luusvllle Air 0 15 pill 12lOOpilll 12 10 am 15u u LIMITED ISring it Hack George in case of failure a return of pur- lilj mill has VKSTIIULKDPullman HufletSleep EXPRESS rilim Vestlbuled On this safe plan chase price between Louisville Lexington Washington els The correspondent of the Louis you can buy from our advertised New Yoik and Old Point Comloit This tialn ville Times in his special dispatch to Druggist a bottle of Dr Kings Is made pait of the celebrated IF1 T7 that papor Thursday afternoon had New Discovery for Consumption Eist o Huntington on the C A- O Route the capital on the road to Louisville It is guaranteed to bring relief in FAVr M ML THAINSiuus dall except Sunday and had in his mind gotten it as far every case when used for any between Lexington and Huntington Make if net ion nect Ions at lluutliigtiiii ultliC tl as Bagdad Since the vote of the affection of Throat Lungs or Vhhliindwltlih V R At Wlnehester with At K Lexlng aixl Constitutional Convention on yester Chest such as Consumption C Jtlt noitli Y L south bound Oand lit P Hull A T ton with LV S and CN day we would suggest that he now Inflammation of Lungs Bron- lo ids bring it back and sot it down at the chitis Asthma Whooping Cough LEXINGTON AND OLIVE HILL ALTOMMO DATION dall Connect at Winchester to and old stand c Points etc It is pleasant from KLoulnvllle Kiindat Lexington with L H R Croup etc It lnr and agrcebblc to taste perfectly or lull liilonuatloii In legard to Rates Routes Interior Ziecorations safe and can always be depended Ac applytoto any Agent ol this or connecting lines or Trial bottles free at South H E HrNriNiTnv C L HitovvN upon Hudson Humphries Messrs V PundG M Gen Pass Agent Side Drug Store LEXINGTON KY isassell are having the interior of G W HAitNin W S IIahii ISON P H CARIKNTKK I ifrtheir storo neatly papered and paint- G A Lexington Ky G A Ashland Kf 1 Â¬ I U 1 1 All work promptly executed and I I Â¬ I Â¬ satisfaction guaranteed - Â¬ Â¬ GEO A LEWIS Proprietor 215 217 and 219 St Glair 1 Street Up Stairs Frankfort Ky J ikiei wait AtjJ Wil L i WIHW lmiwwmxxmi be SPRING Fairview iist bsRp ti i m ME T wzmzrtKMmm SUITINGS COATINGS INGS AND HATS TROUSER- - COME EARLY AND MAKE YOUR SELECTION HUDSON HUMPH IES brate at the Opera House on the sec- Â¬ ond Each Lodge will co oporale with the other to make both a success Rev Frank Middleton visited W P Herndon last week MEDICAL PROFES- Mrs Lucy Samples is on the sick THE SION list this week Miss Lena Morris visited Miss Cor The attitude of the medical profesdie Hieatt last week sion toward what isknown as patent is Mr Robert Storts is quite ill at this medicines of not at all unreasonable Thousands these nostrums are ofwriting fered to the public every year Some Three of Mr John Sparrows fam- Â¬ of them are dangerous and most of ily are on the sick list them are futile Swifts Specific S S S say is Mr Anderson Powers is quite sick classed we are glad to nostrums not among these It at this writing has overcome the wholesome preju- Â¬ Miss Ivanorah Botkins is visiting dices of physicians in all parts of the country and some of the strongest friends in Versailles from its Mr D L Powers of this county testimonials in who behalf come it in medical men have used N Riner Midway visited 0 their practice and who do not hesiQuite a number of our citizens re- Â¬ tate to endorse its wonderful results ceived valentines last Saturday A This is extremely gratifying but by young man who received one of the no means astonishing for every claim Thank God there that is put forward in behalf S S S comic kind says is based on a series of actual experi- Â¬ will be another Valentines day We arehaving some cold weather ments extended over a long period of notwithstanding a flock of wild geese time went over last Wednesday SHILOHS CATARRH REMEDY a Mrs Fannie Sheets is visiting Wm positive cure for Catarrh Diphtheria Hieatts family this week and Canker Mouth 28 For sale by J W Gayle Â¬ CASSELL raw fl AVa Tlie Well Known Popular Remedies Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs and colds Foleys Cream for rough ness of the skin chapped hands etc Clinic Blood Purifier and Clinic Kid- Â¬ ney Cure are now on sale bv The Le Compte Qayle Co The large patronage these preparations have secured springs from their intrinsic merits as remedial agents When afflicted by ailments for which they are recommended you will do well to try 18 6m them SHILOHS CURE will immediately relieve Croup Whooping Cough and Bronchitis 28 For sale by J W Gayle maaHiBiaiajxfi rijjuiiiiiri WHY DO YOU COUGH irim rvrn mim Do you know that a little cough is a dangerous thing Are you aware that it often fastens on the I lungs and far too often runs into Consumption and People suffering from Asthma ends in Death Bronchitis Pneumonia and Consumption will alii tell you that j i Â¬ THE FIRST SYMPTOMS OF DEATH Tired feeling dull headache pains in various parts of the body sinking at the pit of the stomach loss of ap- Â¬ petite feverishness pimples or sores are all positive evidence of poisoned blood No matter how it became poisoned it must be purified to avoid death Dr Ackers English Blood Elixir has never failed to remove scrofulous or syphilitic poisons Sold under positive guarantee 9 J W Gayle Druggist Modern Remedies It will stop a Cough in one night It will check a Cold in B a day It will prevent Croup relieve Asthma and cure Consumption if taken You cant auoru to oe without it A io cent bottle mav save vou in tune 100 in Doctors bills may save your life Ask your druggist for it or write PtoW hooker s uo j o west uroaaway iNew xoris tor dook bjbj xb m caua riirai j umiMMMi mmm ti ibibii IDR ACKERS ENGLISH REMEDY I for Coughs Colds and Consumption is beyond question the greatest of all i WZtJzELi IgtHttfSKggl n IT STARTED WITH H GiLD Can you afford to neglect it Can you trifle with so seriou3 a matter t Are vou aware that I i For Sale by J W GiLYLE lrf un ntv C -- E COLLINS DEALERS IN- - BRO Shot aBd Shells And Agento for Dr Hales Household Oint 4- - bi Is the finest cure in the world It FOR DYSPEPSIA and Liver Com- Â¬ Laflin S Hand absolutely cures catarrh It cures The celebrated actor E H Sothern plaint you have a printed guarantee ill Paper Decorations Cures will appear at the Opera House on on every bottle of Shilohs Vitilizer neuralgia and rheumatism 2kl2mfmB22Si- Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum Tuesday evening next in his new It never fails to cure HARNESS LliLK PLASTER CEMENT GLASS OILS LEAD AND MECSD PADfTS PICKS in the most soothing manner Cures For sale by J W Gayle 28 SHOVELS CROW BARS DRILLS IRON AND STEEL Maister of Woodbarrow Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids play A FULL LINK 01 SXWEB AND FLUE PIPE COR BROADWAY AND LEWIS 8T nUKKFOBT Cures Coughs and Colds Can be The St Louis Globe Democrat of lulTlttt EBOR1V Cuts internally bruises Tuesday last has this to say of the taken burns chilblains sores of long stand Â¬ play and actor JOYCE In this city on Suruliv Felmmrv ID 1801 to Mr Thos A Jojce anil wife a daughter ing corns and bunions are cured E H Sotherns new play Maister of Florence Barrett quickly different from all else supe rior to all else it has no equal 25 and Woodbarrow scored a decided artis Â¬ TETT In Cynthiann on Weilnesdiy Februuj Sold tic success at the Olympic last night 1th to Mr Howard Jett and wife a daughter 50c boxes largq size cheapest at Phil Carpenters drug store South Though not nearly as full of the business element of comedy as 52 Side his well known Lord Ohumley the Maister is full of a quiet quaint vein Among Colored Citi- - of humor that is fully as effective Allen Rollitt is a young Exmon far Â¬ zens mer He is as green as his own THERE WILL BE A MEETING OF THE of Feilts pastures in spring time as far as all the Court House March 9tb Mill Turnpike Co M The sound of the fiddle can now be the doings of city life are concerned to elect directors tor coming 1811 at eleen oclock year heard from the highest point of High- Â¬ The supposed death of a wealthy By order of 24 8t land Heights to the sleepy banks of relative throws him into the whirl of C G H0CKER3MITH South Frankfort The Prof is teach London high life and he hires a ingsweet music to all the young peo- French teacher of manners a Mr OUST ple Pillln to teach him elegant manners Miss Hattie Dean is spending a liut Alien manes Horrible unmoors and escapes from the restraint of his week with her mother at Salvisa teacher at every chance He steals Mrs Hammond returned Tuesday down in the basement like a thief bbbB3xbbbbB of last week from Louisville fearing discovery and there takes off The First Independent Baptist his coat collar gaiters and manners Church will hold a rally to morrow to enjoy a clay pipe and a decanter of The members of the chnrch have left ale Mr Pitlln discovers ins pupil nothing undone to make the affair a there in this awful and scandalous e merit nf thE kB Hatelgrand success and the first rally state and washes his hands of him Bince Rev Mr Credit took charge forever The scenes between these promises to be a rousing one The two are the most ludicrous in the choir will be on hand to render sweet play and in them Augustus Cook SSTThey will fill this space with an entirely new advertisement in a music and nil the shining lights in who takes the role of Piflln does short time Frankfort and many from other some magnificent work In the places will be present All are invit- Â¬ meantime Allen is being fleeced by an organized gang of sharpers One ed of their number is a beautiful girl Only a small crowd attended the and LOVISVILLB IASHTILLE L R L11S tumbles over ears in Missionary Meeting last Sunday love Rollitt her At head OIV length the real with owing to the disagreeable weather Both the method and results when to the The qutek an4 4toct root from xne next meeting win uo un liiu uiiru heir comesfortunetoRichard Hanning Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant ford back life and claims Sunday in March his own much to the worrited and refreshing to the taste and acts LQQIS11LLE TI UMISIS 110 TEXAS In the Maister gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Rev Mr Fuher is in the city this Maisters delight week You may look for a good re- - Mr Sothern has coined a very odd Liver and Bowels cleanses the sysOm hundred and flftj bum yet lovable character a combination Eort from the Revival at the First of simplicity and shrewdness of tem effectually dispels colds head Church SHORTEST TO LITTLE ROCK great heartedncss and penuriousness new store of Mr L T Bilters Among the other people in Mr Soth aches and fevers and cures habitual The BEST FLOUR is the The Syrup of Figs is the ADdtt MlIVUto will be opened about the first of next ernB company besides Mr Cook constipation month Mr L T Clark will be behind Rowland Buckstone as Col Dexter only remedy of its kind ever prothe counter They solicit a share of 0 B Butterfield as Hon Gusset duced pleasing to the taste and ac Without Change of Cars your patronage Virginia Hamed as Clara Dexter the ceptable to the stomach prompt in U ioo are coin to emlcrau to Rev Mr Credit has moved his fam Â¬ adventuress and Jennie Dumbar as its action and truly beneficial m its the loving Deborah are worthy of effects prepared only from tho most ily to this city special mention Sherman Dallas Fort Worth healthy and agreeable eubotauces it R H Taylor has been sick this many excellent qualities commend it week Austin Houstin to all and havo nmdo it tho most George SafTell and Louis IS LrlFB WORTH UTVING Messrs Tbls li th Todd have charge of the night school Not if you go through tho world a popular remedy known Dr Ackers Dyspepsia Syrup of Figs is for sale in T0c made by the Lexington CHEAPEST AND BEST ROUTE dyspoptio now Tablets are a positive cure for tho and 1 bottles by all leading drug Roller Mills Co Lexing- Â¬ Mrs Mead and MissKittio Stowart worst forms of Dyspepsia Indiges Â¬ No ctuuige of earn to Any rcfiublo druggist who are expected homo from a trip south tion Flatulency and Constipation gists ton Ky For sale by all MONTGOMERY MOBILE MEMPHIS next week may not havo it on hand will pr Guaranteed and sold by euro it promptly for any ono wlic first class Grocers 9 The first and second Sundays in J W Gaylb DruggiBt AHD NEW ORLEANS wishes to try it Do not accept any next month have been selected by fail to use Cream for turtner Information luMress the Odd Fellows to hold their thankssubstitute WHY WILL YOU cough when Shi Â¬ giving service Capital City Lodge CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Flour if you want good will have theirs at the First Indepen Â¬ lohs Cure will give immediate reliof SAN FRANCISCO GAL dent Baptist Church on the first and Price 10 cts 60 cts and 1 LOOISVlLUt KXNTU0KY Bread and a happy Cook LOUISVILLE 28 NEW YORK NY Kt Industrial Legion Lodge will cele- - For sale by J W Gaylo ment Â¬ E H Sothern Coining fmKmr I3STSTTK Jgi gggjl5gg3Cfr rowssateo Â¬ JACOB S WIGERT CO AJraB r-ZEnSTTS the TURNPIKE NOTICE Have Removed From the Baltzel Building Â¬ 3jJX1T STZKEIET TO 102 H101 MD as KM STR EE1 Capital - ENJOYS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CREAM FLOUR Dont Â¬ Â¬ CPATJIOREer4 III wiy n JWf RPHJPfi mrTmmnmm jVinWMTTf iMiifiUBUMUiaWliiiaiiM Tj mmsm 7 - ITIT V ipjffT yr T ft - v nj An Appeal to the Pocket IS SURE OF ATTENTION 1 11 READ THE 1 fc 3r FURNISHING 9 CRUTCHEE ARE NOW IN NEW YORK TVK vor l STARKS TO MIKE ROOM FOR THEIR SPRING PURCHASES THE STOCK ON czcsassiGi MENS ITS Hats Caps 150 Caps choice 10c and 50c soiled by fire 122 Mens Caps all go for 25c worth 50c and 75c 1 00 for Derby Hat worth i 75 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 GOODS We have a tremendous stock and are compelled to close them out 5 00 3 50 for good strong suit worth 6 50 4 50 for good strong suit worth 3 00 2 00 for a splendid Jeans coat worth 8 00 5 00 for a Leather coat worth Will last 10 years I 75 1 25 for the very best Jeans pants worth 2565 Cassimere suits all must go 33 percent less than former prices stock 5 00 for splendid FurJRug worth 7 00 8 50 6 50 for splendid Fur Rug worth 15 00 for Wolf or Lynx trimmed Rug worth 22 50 22 50 14 00 for Wild Cat Rug large size worth Wool Rugs 3 25 5 00 up to 7 50 40c Undershirt or Drawers worth 50c Unlaundried Shirt worth 15c Four ply Linen Cuffs worth 20c Fine Merino Soc worth c i Scarfs worth 25c for choice of 25 4c for Childrens Handkerchiefs worth 15c Elegant Suspenders worth ioc Boys Yarn Mitts worth 15c Celluloid Collar worth 25c Celluloid Cuffs worth 1 75c 8c 85c 25c 35c 75c 35c 25c 25c 40c CASH GASH GASH mH CASH ONLY CASH ONLY ts SL 1 CliiiRis Srim 1 k eim F 75c 52 00 3 18 r its Si 50 13 Shoes Shoes CLOSING OUT OUR MAMMOTH STOCK of SHOES We are 50 75c Childs Suit worth 50 50 2 25 Boys Overcoats age worth 5 to 10 years to 3 2 3 3 5 00 00 50 00 50 4 50 5 50 7 50 3 Boys long warm Overcoat age 18 WE WANT MONEY 255 pairs Ladies Dongola Kid 99c worth 150 pairs Ladies Glove grain 99c worth 33 pairs Misses Front Lace School 50c worth 160 pairs Mens Lace and Congress 119 1 1 1 50 Boys Overcoat splendid value age to 18 13 6 50 7 50 3 9 00 9 50 3 75 00 Boys fancy color suit long pants age 5 00 13 to 18 worth 4 50 Boys fancy color suit long pants age 6 50 13 to 18 worth 6 50 Boys fancy color suit long pants age 13 to IS worth 9 00 7 50 Boys fancy color suit long pants age 13 50 13 to 18 worth 32S pairs childrens knee pants to close at 25c 1 and 125 40c 75c Mens long warm Ulsters worth 8 50 worth 5 00 Mens long Chincilla Ulsters 14 00 7 00 Mens Fur Beaver Ulsters worth 7 50 Mens long Chincilla Fur Trimmed Ulsters worth 14 00 12 00 10 00 1500 20 00 will buy you an elegant coat that sold for 40 per cent more money 00 6 00 5 50 35 25 WE NEED MONEY Only one Price to All We Need the Cash grerrjygrTC One Price to All worth 75 pairs Boys Lace good value 99c worth 1 75 pairs Mens Kip Boots at 50 worth 60 pairs Mens Kip Boots at 2 00 worth 73 pairs Mens first class Grain Boots only 133 pairs Carpet Slippers Mens and Ladies only 35c and 40c 400 pairs Ladies Rubbers 205 pairs Mens Arctics only 73 pairs Ladies Arctics only EraroanFgnasjynMN 1 I 50 50 2 2 2 00 50 50 25c 75c 65c wfcC U J lEotxirfclx cfc XLOUJLssllJe A e O JZl jx OTofifeonLi JlLa h 1 i4failltfj1tl foftAjXfammfMliitvtitit 1 ii n Street JFarMlxojr itat jLim Jf wmG Am mJkmfaSUtmJkmimJmMmJkmr x M -M 1 f fcUkfc lkLsLjcx I fc Lulva Jl i fAAnilKfcVfWul IWma