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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 117 i li nu - - mtj - - jr1- - YiLTFMflrA3TVMJlirfiilIiIIiwKTTM Wuifrtf 1 The GEO A Frankfort Roundabout A fM LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED FRANKFORT KY TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS 28 TERMS 100 In Advance M 1SR Volume XIV Jctt of Cincinnati visited friends here last wook Mr Robt Thompson of Louisville visited his uncle Dr B W Thomp son during last week Mrs Nora Darnell Messrs P L Gibson and J T Lsng Â¬ FEBRUARY 88 1891 Number 25 M iW j Highest of all in Leavening Power TJ S Govt Report Ang 7 of Tyrone were over last week re Â¬ turning Sunday night Mrs Virginia Thompson and Mr R J Fogg attended the wedding of Richmond on the 19th inst miss une nault Mrs Goss has our hearty con gratulations May she live long and Â¬ RcdfeJ valued at 150 The lawyers on both sides agreed to dispense with the and requested twelve good men the judge to sit as a jury He took the request literally Mounting the bench he considered for a long time and finally consented He then be Â¬ Leaving the gan the proceedings bench he filed himself into the jury box had himself sworn by the clerk and heard the evidence When an ob jection was made or a law point raised by the lawyers the jury left the box mounted the bench and passed on it as judge returning to the jury box m time to hear the testi- Â¬ mony After thp evidence was all in he wrote out his instructions as judge and handing it to one of the attor neys requested him to read it to the jury Alter listening to tne instruc tions in ins capacity oi jury ne nan himself conducted from the room by tho sheriff and locked up in the juryroom to consider the case and prea verdict He stayed out six ours At the end of that time he tiled into court reported that the jury couuina agree anu as juuge discharged himbeli ana taxeu tne Â¬ their niece Miss Agnes Clienault at JS3X ABSOLUTELY PURE Mr Hobt Sebree and Baking Powder Forks of Elkliorn daughter Miss OES -- a-re- saffoi JSkm prosper Xj champion wrestlers of Duckers are sadder but wiser since the storm Tobacco growers complain of their tobacco being damaged in the houses It seems that in many instances the trouble is much worse than was at first expected Some of our farmers have sold their tobacco in Louisville at prices by no means satisfactory Others have sold to local buyers at better figures We are glad to hear that the Con A jury fees at 3 The Plattsburgh Re Con is fast drawing to a close deal of time and money has pulican freat spent in the production of a new Constitution which will perhaps nevNerve er be adopted and even though it should be it has already consumed There is nothing like it It is the sufllcent time and money foundation of all action The man of Bulldofus Nerve is a success The man without Â¬ Mrs James Taylor who has been suffering from an ulcerated foot for several years recently underwent a surgical operation and is now near- Â¬ ly well Much auffering might have been avoided had the operation been performed earlier There are several young bloods about D tickers who boast of their ability as wrestlers but we are told that a few days since they struck a regular cyclone in the person of a little man from Jett by the name of Goin He literally swept up the place with Duckers champions He stuck them up in the mud stored them away in lumber piles c The LOT AJT Carrie of Fayette county visited friends in this place the first of the week Rev F W Eberhardt of tho Southern Baptise Theological Sem inarj Louisville preached at Buck Run last Sunday Quito a number of new buildings are in course of construction in this burg plainly indicating the fact that onward and upward is our motto Rev Z T Cody of Georgetown will preach at Buck Run next Thurs Â¬ day night Mar 5th Services to be Â¬ gin at 7 oclock Mr J V Crane made a business trip to Paris last week cCGures zr last week as a deligate to the Ky gress Mr Bigstafi was in Georgetown Synod The moving business is in full pro Â¬ Ladies Kid Button Shoes Grain Glove Grain Button Shoes Misses Grain 11 2 Shoes iC 95c 95c Tliey All Failed The following letter from Mr W A Thomson of Columbus Wis is pe My wife says fU irly interesting hi has been treated for her head klo iiaoh and nervous prostration by three doctors in New York two in Chicago one in Philadelphia one in Cincinnati and at the large institute nffalo for16 months Y They all a But otic bottle of Dr Miles Ic orative Nervine helped hor won- Â¬ This should be used in all der iy changes of h u liohes backaches rv orvous disturbances fits rh cu Â¬ ria Iim etc Ask at J W Gaylos dr i store for a trial bottle and Dr Mt new book on the Nerves and 2 Heart are overworked suffering with ner- Â¬ vous prostration and longing for something to restore them again to vigor and health There is one med- Â¬ icine that will accomplish the desired result Dr Hales Household Tea cures nervous prostration making the weak strong and gives nature a jog by putting all the organs of the system into a healthy condition It Dr is the finest remedy known Hales Household Tea the great Blood Purifier and Nerve Tonic is sold at 25 and 50c at Phil Carpenters 2 South Side drug store it is a failure Many men and women auction Mr John Martin who has been in feeble health for many months still remains very ill The prospect for an abundant wheat yield judging by the appear ance in this vicinity is very natter- Â¬ ing Lovers of the piscatorial art have been busily engaged in the sport thereof during the past two or three Â¬ Mr Charles Bonar purchased of Mr Harry Shaw last Tuesday the house and lot known as the Cleve Â¬ land place price 302 At the same 1 time and place Mr R B Gwin disposed ofalotof personaltj at public Â¬ 11 2 Womens Front Lace Shoes Lot Womens Heavy Shoes 1 Lot Boys Boots 11 13 95c 80c 75c 75c 50c 50c COME BEFORE ALL GONE weeks Mr Howard Stedman of George- Â¬ town has been in our town since last report j Elceu to tlie Mountains Mr Isaac T West of Frankfort a real estate agent of considerable note throughout Eastern Kentucky arriv ed in this city Monday evening en route to Owsley county on business connected with a large tract of land Maj D W Lockwood of the US Engineers from Cincinnati and Capt R S Burnett in charge of improve- Â¬ ments on the Kentucky river from Frankfort were here this week on business connected with the Beatty ville dam It is said that work on it will begin as soon as the riyer gets Â¬ low enough Beattyville Enterprise m Remarkable Hen M Lewis brought to the En- Â¬ Dr J terprise office on Thursday two double eggs or each egg having two yolks in it The two weighed 6 ounces and were laid by the same hen of the Buff Cochin breed that lays this size every other day Georgetown Enterprise March Miss Nellie Bacon is visiting in The heaviest storm probably in The Farmers Labor Union meets a year past over this section last every Saturday night at Peaks Mill Tuesday night We report a considerable number We are glad to say our Sunday of cases of Grippe in our village school is in a flourishing condition and vicinity this week Great interest is manifested in the exercises and they are proving very Sight is Priceless interesting and instructive Miss Pearl Jackson of Louisville is Mr David Norton of St Paul visiting her many relatives and Minn states that his son was entire- Â¬ friends in this vicinity ly blind and had been kept in a dark Miss Hardin Bacon is the guest of room an entire year and treated by the best physicians of the city to no Miss Cora Webster of Indian Gap purpose and all had given him up Jas W Winter jr has returned saying he would never be any better from a visit to relatives and friends when they began using what has in Versailles proven to he the finest remedy in the MissBirdio Webster of Swallow world for the cure of Inflammation Â¬ namely Dr Hales Household Ointfield is visiting Miss Lena Black ment It was applied directly to the Miss Laura Poindexter who has boys eyes which soon began to im- been on a visit to relatives at Switzer prove and to day his sight is entirely has returned home restoied and he is enjoying perfect Mrs Jackson and son of Louisville health owing to the use of the most wonderful remedy in the world Dr are spending a few days hero Halos Household Ointment Sold by Rev W S Giltner of Eminence Phil Carpenter South Side druggist will preach at the school houBO the first Saturday and Sunday nights in Peaks Mill T J Lucas R E Gaines and South Trimble are delegates from L U at this place to the the F county union held in Frankfort to- Â¬ day These Prices For Cash Only R K McCLURE Money- j Saved By buying Pocket Knives Scissors Eazors Butcher Knives Carving Knives Sheep Shear-Â¬ ers and Horse Clippers from A Fortunate Woman Mrs Mary L Baker of Ovid Mich has reason to bo very thankful She was a groat sufferer from heart dis Â¬ ease for years Was short of breath had hungry spells pain in side flut- Â¬ tering faintnosa etc After taking two bottles of Dr Miles New Heart Cure she says I am hotter than for 20 years My mind and oyeslght have I advise all improved wonderfully persons thus afflicted to use this groat remedy J W Gayle drug- rocommondB and guarantees it Eiet Miles work on Heart Disease containing marvelous testimonials 3 free Frankfort Prof R S Dinkle of Tadpole who has been visiting MiBS Ollie Hockon smith returned home Monday Mr Robert Pollett is visiting the family of Frank Bacon Esq Thos Black Esq and son Duard and Henry Church jr wont to Louisville Friday Mr Iv Wallace of Bloomington who has been visiting friends at tho mill for tho past woek has returned Opening of a New Line to Itliddlesborougli and Cumberland Gap tho Ken- Â¬ tucky Central inaugurated through train servico between Cincinnati and Ky Jellico and Middlesborough Train Tenn Cumberland Gap leaves Cincinnati daily at 810 a m leaves Lexington at 1140 a in ar ffSF rives at Livingston 305 p m Mid Â¬ dlesborough 725 p m Cumberland Gap 750 p m and Jellico 020 p in Returning leaves Jellico at 805 a m On Monday Cray The Leading j Church Hardware Merchants Feb 16th DWARD GLAASSEN PEAOTICiLL -- Lake George Justice The following good story reaches us as to thomodo of dispensing law and justice way down on the wost shore of Lako Georgo in this Stato It is assorted that in the locality named there lives a iustico of the who is as conscientious as ho s learned in the law posBihly more so The caso was an alleged theft at a country dance of one derby hat Cumberland Gap 025 a in Middles homo borough 055 a m and arrives at Rev J K P South has boon con Â¬ Cincinnati 550 p in ducting a series of meotings at this MATTINGS place for tho past two weeks Quito a number confessed Christ and somo Tho houso was wore reclaimed Do not buy your Mattings AND DEALER IN- crowded to its utmost capacity overy until you see our line as we evening Bro South is a gonoral will put on sale March 1st favorito in this community and the good ho has dono roilocts credit up 100 pieces at very low prices 21- - Weitzel ODonnell on him PIPE AND FITTINGS ETC STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO Mazky JOB AND CONTRACT WORK ALL WORK SHILOHS COUGH and Consump GUARANTEED iu Hnlrl hv us a frimrnntee For lame back side or chest use Urvn flnrn Consumption on For sale by Price 25 It cures Shilohs Porous Plaster FRANKFORT KENTUKOY Iu rear of Salonders Grocery 27 J W Gaylo For sale by J W Gaylo 27 cents Plumber GasSteam Fitter Â¬ Gas Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Closets KiJLjJl1Ull1mmLJjuii j m whilwbkwm Uiu wp h - LJfcJUMSitlfo iwemmmmmmsmm VuijLinlAfc A t li inltjIlJVllrtlr v Lifl2blUiuWy mmmmmm flMSSSsc m y Personal to learn that Dr BlissA is opinion tnat lier sight is not pr- manentlv iniurod and that ho ciln encct a speedy cure Mrs Anna P Maus is in the ciy visiting relatives having recently re- Â¬ turned from a trip to Europe Hjr many friends will be glad to know that her husbandj Dr S M Maus U S A was greatly improved by his sojourn at Carlsbad Germany He has betn stationed in Southern California where she will join him in a short bo pleased 01 H fr Jl 3 MHSflKKMiMiilflBiiHCHlJHHiWvM lWwlVyl1l TrriTTt Tr TiTr viwuv TvHWIW h r MMhHjk WHuafiBVfrLMME33l -- gg mm T Death of W B Allison f SjP A telegram recoived by the editor To correspondent Oakville Texas Yes of the Roundabout Saturday after noon conveyed the sad but not un Mr C D Pnttie of Richmond was in the city Tuesday looked for intelligence that Mr Wil Â¬ Miss Nellie Sanders is visiting liam B Allison formerly of this counfriends in Louisville ty passed away at his home in Rich Â¬ Mrs John F Hager of Ashland is mond Virginia Saturday morning in the city this week after a lingering illness of many Mrs J Lithgrow Smith of LouisHe died months with consumption time ville is visiting Miss Emma Morris as he had lived a true Christian ex Â¬ Mr George L Crutcher of Louispressing a firm faith in the Savior On tlie List ville haB been in the city this week and fell asleep in His arms with no and for Messrs Phythian Saffell and How Â¬ Christopher T Willis of this city fear of death or the grave Of a ard Orbison spent Sunday in Shelby- - was granted a pension on Friday of modest gentle disposition only those CutorU U wo wed adapted to children that CaatorU em Oohc Constipation Sour Stomach Diarrhcea Eructation ville I recommend ltMiuperior to aa prescription KlUsWonna fires sleep and promote di- last week for services in the late war who knew him best appreciated his known to me H A AHCHxa X D Miss Adelaide Schroeder spent from true worth To the gentle loving Withookinjurious medicatioa So Oxford St Brooklyn N T Ill Friday last until Tuesday in L ouis Going to Georgetown wife who has for the third time in ville For sereral years I hare recommended TheuM of CastoriataaoanlrerMland the last six months been called upon and shall always continue to Misses Lizzie and Sue Rodman spent Squire C W Threlkeld of Wood to stand by the open grave its merits bo well known that it seema a work Sour Castoria InTariably produced beneficial as it has of a loved several days in Louisville the first of lake this county has bought a stock of supererogation to endorse it Few are the intelligent families who do not keep Caatoria result one two bright beautiful the week little Edwin F Padi M D within easy reach of hardware in Georgetown and will daughters having preceded her husCARLOS MAKTTItDD M Tbe Winthrop 123th Street and 7th Are Mrs W H Grider of Russellville New York City remove to that city about the 10th of band to New York City the eternal home only a few is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Late Factor Bloomlngdale Deformed Church next month and go into business Sam C Sayre months before this last blow came with sad and crushing effect and the Mrs John D Harris and Miss Mary New Tn CawTAu Cowfakt 77 Mcrut Stbjmt Nbw Tors Capitol Policeman hearts of many friends and relatives Burnan of Richmond are at the Capital Hotel Capt Robert Allen has been ap- hore where she was born and reared Miss Mary Moore of Loujsville is are bowed down with deepest grief visiting Mrs Judge Beckner at the pointed policeman in charge of the for her It seems hard that one so Capitol grounds in place of Mr Jack Capital Hotel pure so noble and gentle should be Miss Emma Morris returned Satur- Pattie removed Capt Allen entered called upon to endure so great afflic Â¬ day from a visit to friends in Hunt- Â¬ upon the discharge of his duties tion but it is the Lords will and she ington W Va Tuesday morning at least will bow in humble Christian Mr C E McCormack editor of the submission to it God be with her Two Moore Houses Bullitt Pioneer Shepherdsville was in the city yesterday and her three little ones in this dark Mr J B Utterback will in a few hour and give them strength to bear Mr Waller H Lewis has been very ill at his home near Woodlake for days begin the erection of two neat up under the exceeding weight of the past two weeks frame residences of modern style woe which has come upon them THE GREAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY FOR Capt A H Sinclair and daughter and two stories high upon the lot The funeral took place Sunday afMiss Florence of Georgetown were on Third street recently purchased ternoon and the remains were laid to a in the city Monday by him known as the Goodwin rest in beautiful Hollywood cemetery Col H M McCarty editor of the property Jessamine Journal Nicholasville was SALT RHEUM ECZEMA WOUNDS BURNS Bakers Famous Headache Specific Back to Stay in the city Tuesday cures where other medicines fail It SORES CROUP BRONCHITIS c is the best one trial will convince Mr E W Gregory of this county Mr Clay H Hatchilt and wife who you Sold by Wickliffe Chapman left Thursday afternoon for a trip to 2 have been residing in Colorado for 314 Main street Virginia City Idaho Send three two cent stamps for free sample box and book Mrs James McChesney and daugh the past four or five years returned JQOttN ter little Miss Lucie Belle of Paris to this city the first of the week and GLANTON To Mr W A Glnnton and wife were in the city Monday are making arrangements to go to on Tuesday February 21th a son Thomas Cor housekeeping upon the farm near beti Miss Sophie Bright of Danville visiting Mrs C F Newton in Scott county recently who has been FOR MEDICINAL BATH TOILET AND NURSERY PURPOSES Exum has returned home Married purchased by Mrs Hatchitts father Miss Elenora Moore after a visit to Col R P Pepper for them Their Mrs J B Hendri ck will return to many friends here are glad to wel- Â¬ Frankfoit Mon day rVumarr 2Ji 1891 by Itev George Darsle her home in Louis ville to day Hutchi Mr Win II Woods n mid Miss Saran come them home again For sale by IPZESIXI -son both of the Big Eddy neighborhood Mrs Sallie VanMeter who has been Â¬ Dec 13 ly visiting Mrs Chas F Exum return- The Con Con Entertain the Christian BLAKEM ed home to Shelbyville this week Church Alton K on Thursday February 2Ctb inent 1891 byKev G orue Darsle ir William M Mr James A Murray returned Hlaketnore and Miss Helen Uudgel both of Alton Monday from his trip to New OrThe entertainment given by the leans very much improved in health members of the Constitutional Con- Â¬ Disorders which Affect the Kidneyi Mr L C Willis and wife of Shelby- Â¬ vention to the citizens of Frankfort Aro among the most formidable known Di Â¬ ville attended the Con Con enter- Â¬ at the Capital Hotel on Thursday abetes Briglits disease gravel and other Just as the city looks to the country for most of the luxuries used tainment in this city Thursday even- Â¬ evening was a very pleasant affair complaints of tho urinary organs are cot or Â¬ on its tables so the country must turn to the city for those conven- Â¬ dinarily cared in severe cases but they may ing A and greatly enjoyed by all who were be avertedof by timely medication everuseful iences which are justly termed luxuries for the hard working house- Â¬ stimulant been the urinary glands has Miss Laura Keisker of Louisville present A number of ladies and found In IIostetterB Stomach Bitters a mod been visiting Miss Rebecca wife who has City housekeepers have learned to realize that to save time is to lcine which not only affords the requisite Averill returned home Monday after- Â¬ gentlemen from the surrounding stimulus when they become inactive but in lengthen life power By noon cities and towns were in attendance creases their vigor and secretive kidneys and Increasing the activity of the Louisville vis Â¬ bladder this medicine has the additional Mrs R A Peter of expelling from the effect New Short Line to Mid which of is the peculiar officeblood impurities ited her parents Mr James M Todd of those organs it dlesborougli wife in this city the first of the and to eliminate and pass off The Bitters is also purifier and strengthener of the bowels an is one of the best known city luxuries and each time a cake is used week and a matchless A new route has just been opened lnvigorant of tbe stomach fever and ague It remedy for biliousness and Marvin D Averill jr has re Â¬ Mr an hour is saved On floors tables and painted work it acts like a counteracts a tendency to premature decay turned from Louisville where he has to Middlesborough Ky via N N and sustain and comforts the aged and charm For scouring pots pans and metals it has no equal IF YOUR K C R R via Infirm been taking a course of lectures in M V R R E D pharmacy STOREKEEPER DOES NOT KEEP IT YOU SHOULD INSIST Winchester Train leaves Lexington satchel contain- Â¬ Lost Miss Fannie Hodges of this coun- Â¬ 1140 a m daily except Sunday and ing a lot A small handinstruments It UPON HIS DOING SO as it always gives satisfaction and its immense of surgical ty returned Wednesday afternoon arrives at Middlesborough 725 p m was lost Monday night between the sale all over the United States makes it an almost necessary article to from an extended visit to Eminence Solid train from Winchester For railroad trestle works and Mr Spen- Â¬Â¬ any well supplied store Everything shines after its use and even the and Louisville on South Side A retickets and information call on or cer Cryerswill the paid for its return children delight m using it in be ward of 6 their attempts to help around the house Mrs Judge Holt and daughter write to H F Givens to me Dr E E Hume Miss Sallie entertained a number of G W Barney Dep Agt Feb 25 1891 friends at progressive euchre Wednes- Â¬ Gen Agt Chas L Brown day afternoon G P A Lexington Ky Piano Tuning Mr Dan MBowmar of the Wood ford Sun Versailles came down Thursday afternoon to attend the Democratic Victory Itlarcli Mr Chas Vaupel piano tuner and Con Con entertainment repairer will be in the city on Mon- Â¬ The above is the title of a new day March 2d First Class factory Mrs Mary A Todd who has been -- IS PRBPARBD TO PILL ALL ORDERS FOR- Leave orders at sev- Â¬ piece of music composed by Mrs Mary work guaranteed visiting relatives in this city for Averills drug store eral weeks left yesterday for her Reynolds Holloway of this city and home in Independence Mo dedicated by her husband Capt L D Gur to ex President Cleve- Â¬ THAT HACKING COUGH can be Mr H S Cunningham of Knox Holloway ville Iowa who has been visiting land Senators Carlisle and Black- Â¬ so quickly cured by Shilohs Cure FOR Mr W J Lewis this county left for burn Gov Buckner ex Gov Knott We guarantee it For sale by J W Thursday afternoon home 27 the Democratic Members of Congress Gayfe Mrs 0 T Allen and children of from Kentucky and all who vote the For Rent A cottage of throe Princeton are visiting her husband Â¬ the delecrate in Constitutional Con- - straight Democratic ticket The Cap- rooms and hall with all necessary J tain has ordered a large number to out buildings and water in the yard vention from Caldwell county Ap or Cincinnati distribute among his friends and has located on South Shelby street25 tf Mrs S A Black ply at this office 261 West Jefferson Street who has been visiting her daughter kindly left a copy upon our table for Louisville Ky Mrs George Reasor in this city re- which we return thanks m For Sale A lot of household and S3 3m turned home Monday afternoon kitchen furniture of all kinds Ap A Mules Viciouh Kick ply to John Polk 590 Shelby street Mrs Helqn McClure and children 25 lt returned Tuesday morning from a Mr Robert Sea of the Woodlake short visit to her parents Dr and at Stamping neighborhood this county was haul- Â¬ Mrs E H Black Ground ing stock fodder a few days since to a wagon Miss Nettie B Ross of Lexington with a mule attached In the who has been visiting Mrs Capt when the animal balked Qucenswarc and Fancy China Ten SMs s6 corner of Wapping and effort to make it pull Mr Sea walked Sam Steele pieces 3 Dinner Seis from 850 up The larg Â¬ Wilkerson streets returned home up by the side of the mule and struck est stock in Ceniral Kentucky to select presents Wednesday from it a severe blow upon the hip with Miss Hermia Combs of Linneus the lines when the animal kicked at Mo and Mrs Geo A Lewis who him striking him in the face break- Â¬ Would rather be without bread Stoves Tinware and Home Furnishing Goods hive been visitincr relatives in Lex ing the jaw bone at the chin and on nisnop8 Residence Marquottte Mich Cook Stoves Irom Healing Stoves 75 up 1889 ington and Bourbon county for the from 3 up knocking out four Tho Itov J Koflsbiel of abovo Nov 7 writos past two weeks will return to this the rieht side placo dual aud I bavo Buffered city this afternoon teeth and mashing his nose Dr now a nervous a grout coming I wbenovor I fool ilumliing and Gas Fitting Tin Knnfiug and attiicU tuito a doso of rollovod Norvo Guttering Jnli work of all kihttt in both branches Mrs Philip II Carpenter gave a John A Lewis of Georgetown was InHtor Koonlua doul of Toiilo nnd fool rathor be I think a groat and would it done promptly and guaranteed to be lust class reception to her friends Thurs sent for and dressed his injuries but without broad thuu without tho Tonic day afternoon from four to six oclock it will bo a long time before Mr Sea anffnrnrn nf ncrVOUS fit mvnllA frtv to tiny addroBB and She was assisted in receiving by Mrs I have the largest slock in my difleicnt lines as both fractures were very BOttsofl will bo Bont free obtain thia modicine poor patients can also Judge Lindsay Mrs D B Walcutt recovers serious to he found in Cential Kentiuky and at piices Frco of cliurgo from ub Mrs J G McLean Mrs Henry C Thia roniody lmB been proparod by tho ltovorond that are beyond all competitor Give me a call Murray Mrs Wm II Newhall jr PaBtor Kfunib of Fort Wnyno Ind for tho pastNotice now proparod under Ida dlrooUm years and la and Mrs Wieklifle Chapman tionbytho KOENIO MEDICINE CO Ofllcors and Stockholders of the Mrs II F Duncan and Miss Annie CHICAGO ILL Pea Ridge pike will moot at Pea 60 Weil KiliKs oer Clinton Dt Hines are in Springfield Ohio whore Ridge school house next Saturday SOLD BY DRUGGISTS they wont to consult Dr T F Bliss 6 Bottle lor 95 Prlco 91 per Bottlo of that city about Mrs Duncans March 7th 1891 at 3 oclock p m J W GAYLE Druggist Frankfort Ky nva The friends or tno meter win Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MM i MM Infants Children W Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 01 D PILESI iKiFiEirkTXiE A PILESI 4i price so cents Â¬ TKRG I D SOKP TAR OID CO CHICAGO ILL I WOODSON-HUTCIUSON-I- n Â¬ 11 Â¬ Â¬ A CITY LUXURY S J THOMPSON Weddings - - - BoseDuas Flowers ana Floral Deigns Funerals Â¬ Telephone Oon2ectiorL- Â¬ Â¬ JOHU T BUCKLEY ftTrtBfcljj Â¬ H I Turnpike i JOHU T BUCKLEY - rr JfV- N BOH yivwKfTVr r nVTfeWfffWf TT1 TO THE ever No 20 for FARJVLERS c CO i We desire to say we have one of the largest lines of Buggies Surreys and Farm Implements Hames Collars Chains Back Bands Bridles 75c Bridles Chilled c Work saw for you 125 Oliver The best Collar Pad Ever shown in Frankfort Also a large line of PLOW GEAR such as 40c 1 8950 No 19 for 9 Plow V e have a harness maker and can do Opposite Court house From the Evening Journal COME AND SEE USyour WE WILL SAVE YOU MONEY you repairing or make La Grippe Again O PL for Comsumption Coughs and Colds Re Â¬ proved to be the best remedy ports from the many who used it They were confirm this statement not only quickly relieved but the disease left no bad after results We ask you to give this remedy a trial and we guarantee that you will be satisfied with results or the purchase price will be refunded It has no equal in La Grippe or any Throat Chest or Lung Trouble Trial bottles any thing wanted in the harness line CRUTCHER aiHja A Mammoth ment Establish Â¬ r r ti While passing one of our largest business houses a few days ago and having a little spare time we thought we would drop in and see how our friend was getting along After look- Â¬ ing around and not seeing the head of the house we asked for him and were told by the olerk that he was up to his eyes in work taking stock but he suggested that if we wished to see him he could be found on the sec- Â¬ ond floor of the establishment Think- Â¬ ing we might be repaid for climbing the stairs up we wont and found him as we wore directed in the act of completing his Herculean task of tak Â¬ ing the stock of his mammoth establishment He informed us if we would wait a few minutes he would take pleasure in showing us what he had been doing After waiting a short time as he had requested he told us to go ahead with the pumps or if we preferred it he would enlighten us in the business so that we coul J go right into it for ourselves with all of his experience So thinking it the wisest we accepted the last propo- Â¬ sition We requested him to go ahead Well he commenced on the ground floor where we were shown through his samples of some of the finest queonware for table and gener Â¬ al use to be found in any city in the country to say nothing of the end Â¬ c less variety of china and full line of glassware we found also a from the cheapest to the finest cut glass While on our journey though our attention was called to great cuts that had been made in the above goods to induce the people to buy Â¬ bric-a-bra- floor a room has been cut off for the display of mantles grates etc which is now being handsomely fitted up to receive the new goods for the spring1 trade asthis is a new departure it having beon several years since this house carried this line of goods It will be made attractive enough to well repay one for climbing the stairs to take a look at it In another part of this room which is 40x58 feet is carried the large stock of stoves tin Â¬ ware woodenware and house furnish- Â¬ ing goods On the third floor which is 40x58 is his tin and plumbing shops Of this branch of the business nothing that could be said would be new to None but first class our people workmen can hold a position in the shops and the good work turned out by both of these branches just men- Â¬ tioned in past years is a sufficient guarantee that nothing but first class materials are used In this room you will find no 190 pound tin in the piljs of roofing plate always on hand We js c u ast season Dr Kings New Discovery During the epidemic of La Grippe jbjms nana wnii mania mm iwiBjji ra m iwivmrnin hibuBubtb m m m UUHBS HfLINIS XfJVIHii VIINUfUtFS enlargements absolutely removed by and oil i i Ointment iunoum iiuiawaLtfi xi It nus the unqualified endorsement QUiNNS of our lead iny horseman und veterinarians Mn C E Dinkhait Cashier Hat Sank Slayton lllnnas One bottle curwl avvrvbbil case of blood spavin on n mare for which I have Blrce been offered 800 I would not bo without it If It cost 5X0 a bottle We have hunilrvdt of such testimonials free at Phil Carpenters Drug Store Large bottles 50c and 100 2 KTEnitanannavnfeirBraiiiDiirm W B EDDY CO Whitehall X Y 1 k wnaa nuammimLmrMMM ra u iii a era n m eiitii nm i i Price 3150 nrr hottTo Ak vour drnccNt for It If he does not keep It sitU ui 12 Sc tamps for trial box I SHILOHS VITALIZER is what you need for Constipation Loss of Appe- Â¬ tite Dizziness and all symptoms of Dyspepsia Price 19 and 75 cents per 27 bottle For sale by J W Gayle Public Sale of Mules Kentuck7 Ce5iral Railway I BLUB GRASS ROUTE court day Frankfort Ky MONDAY Notice For Sale them so as to enable the proprietor to make room for his spring goods that were shortly to arrive Among the rest we noticed china chamber sets with ten and twelve pieces marked from 300 to 550 and dinner sets marksd from 675 up The cheap Â¬ est thing we noticed in this depart Â¬ ment was a line of tumbles from 40 cents to 15 per dozen Our attention was next called to a complete line of table cutlery of make These goods Roger Bros were bought from first hands and range in prices all the way from 60 cents to 15 per set His stock of lamps was very complete and ranged from 25 cents up Other articles too numerous to mention shown us all offered at a very low price We were next shown avery complete line of cook stoves and ranges ranging in prices from 475 to 60 and in varie Â¬ ty to suit the tast of any one The Favorite stove and Range and the Birthday stoves and the Jewol Ran Â¬ ges are the most prominent in the immense stock We were also shown the New Pro coss Gasoline stove with improve- Â¬ ment for 1891 which makes it the leader as it was in 90 We were told by the proprietor that the West Point was the best in the marketfor anthra oite coal and that during the past season ho had placed them in a largo number of our largest storeB and Wo also found a largo line dwellings stoves from 3 to 15 in of heating prices On the same floor is also kept a full lino of tinware Japanwaro were surprised at the amount of guttering and pipe that is kept made up ready for use In answer to our query why it was kept in stock the proprie- Â¬ tor informed us that it ad been made up during bad weatherin order to keep the men employed it being his rule to hire his men by the year Are we done we ventured to ask We must admit that we were startled at the immensity of this establishment The proprietor said in answer that the warehouse was filled with goods and we would go there if I cared to look through I thanked him and told him we would take his word for that Well you can say thatlhave the lar- Â¬ gest stock of sewer pipes flue pipes cement and tile brick kept by any house in the city and that no one Well if we can make better prices are through with the stock tell us something about your business I started in When did you start 1876 in this building on the first floor I had my shops in the back part of this room which is now 18 feet longer than it was at that time How came you to add the other branches to your old business stoves and tinware My first venture from the old line was when the water works were put in There being no plumbing shops here I saw that the business might be made profitable by good manage Â¬ ment Has it been so I have no ro om to complain I have done some of the largest jobs that have been done hero and J hear no complaint of the work not being Â¬ Depot 25 The following nursery stock from IkdZ ULles Old Dominion nursery Richmond in my From 4 to 9 years old fat and In fine condition has been placed Va hands for disposition and will be Terms four months without InterestUOGE CO MASON GOOCU sold either separately or in lots to Dtviu A Pkteks Auctioneer suit very cheap 13 standard apple trees 9 cherry trees 9 grape vines 3 doa pear trees and 1 plum This stock AT was shipped here to various parties my who have failed to call for it and instructions are to dispose of them to best advantage Any one needing of this kind will get a great EXrCUTOROFTHKLATE S B UTTER N AS back will offer at public sale at the Court argain by calling on me at L 30 zb 1831 MART II 2 COUNTY In front of the Court home at we will sell to the highest bidder Shortestand Quickestruutelroin CENTRAL KENTUCKY TO ALL G ood hstik POINTS UNO MTU EAST WEST SOUTHWEST FAST LINE BETWEEN LEXINGTON SCHEDULE AND CINCINNATI stock Sale 6th IN EFFECT NOV 16TH 1890 ZEPiiblic 1 South Hound ExSun Noj Daily No 6 Ex Sue Â¬ Le Cincinnati Lveovington Falmouth lt E J Parker house door In the city of Frankfort on Monday April 1891 Â¬ Children Cry for Pitchers Castoriai Fifty six shares of stock In the Frankfort Na tional Bunk In lots to suit purchaser The stock A Good Record I have sold Is b liiK sold for the purpose of closing up the JCHOPKINS Chamberlains Cough Remedy for estate only B ten years says druggist E B Legg Executors 6t Uttterback deceased 28 Feb of Vail la and have always war- Â¬ re- Â¬ ranted it and never had a bottle turned During the past 90 days I L P have sold twelve dozen and it has every given perfect satisfaction in It does not dry up a instance cough but loosens and relieves it It will cure a severe cold in less time Lexington Lve Paris Arr Winchester Lancaster Stanford Lve Richmond Richmond Arr Paris Cynthiana BANTER- S- ArrBerea Livingston North Bound 2 20pm 08pm 2 2bpw 16pm 3 50pui 1U 43am 59pm 4 55pm 11 lSim 1023pm 51Gpai la lUpiu 11 OUpm buupni 537piu ll27am 12 10pm 616pm 1 35 pm 7 20pin 51Upm 5 45pm 2 10pm 3 05pm 5 20pm 8 lOam 816am 9 iHMtx 8 8 y 9 OOpm tl 9 than any other treatment 50 cent and 1 bottles for sale by J W Gayle 22 1m MAGIC No 3 No No 1 Dally Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun No 13 Accom only bet i ex Cln Sunday Dress making Miss Jessie McCoy will begin dress- Â¬ making 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 tho city REMOVER NOTICE well done How did you happen to add china r TObBf f bird anto rustwaro granitowuro cages brooms from 10 to 35 cents tubs buckets washboards dusters otc On tho second floor wo find the largest part of tho immonso stock tho china department which is sep arated from tho other goods is divided into binB which aro kept full of all kinds of ohina and glassware On this will do so Â¬ to your other lines In reply to that question I will say that several of my lady customers suggested tho idea to me and as our people who wanted any thing in that line had to go from home to buy I thought I would add this line I went to headquarters for these goods as I do all others and I get thom as cheap as they can be bought and give my peoplo tho benefit of tho bargains and I am satisfied with my venture You promised us at tho start that when you got through we could start right in for ourselves with your expe Â¬ rience Woll so you can How did you do it By doing what I agreod to do and insisting that tho samo bo done to mo and attending strictly to my own business Thoro aro fow of our peoplo in this city who have been through this mammoth establishment but if you will call and ask Mr John T Buckley to take you ovor tho samo ground that tho Journal man traveled ho The Maoic Remover fills a long felt want with owners of Horses or Mules with Warts Knots Bruises Cuts For Rent A two story house with Strains Sprains Old Sores Barb Wire 7rooms Cor Murray and Campbell Cuts etc It makes no difference slreeta Apply to W J Hughes 327 how long the knot has been there or 11 tf Murray street how hard it is if it is not of the For Rent I desire to rent my gro- Â¬ bone we will take it off on the MH0 cery dwelling and stable Terms CURE HO PAY plan In removing Elias Stone reasonable tho knot the hair comes off and the 22 tf place becomes very sore when you Chance to buy Encyclopedia Britanlco stop using it tho hair comes back its at 150 per volume Guaranteed to be original color and not a trace of tho only exact reprint knot is left For plan of insurance R K McCLURE 15 etc call at the undersigned druggists Feb and bring your animal with you We will have on sale Saturday 500 yards fancy scrim at 10 21st For Sale by cents reduced from 15 cents 24 pets Oil cloth and Matting at the very lowest prices 21- - Weitzel ODonnell We have added to our stock an elegant line of Car- Â¬ 9 -- Arr Richmond 11 45am 7 00am Lve Stanford a Lancaster 7 50am ss M S3 Arr Richmond 10 15am Lve Richmond lMpin 6 10am ArrWincheater 154pm 715am a 3apm 7 48am Paris 2 00pm 7 00am Oli JUl Lve Lexington 2 45pm 7 53am 4 25pm Paris Cynthiana 3 15pm 823am 4 49pm Falmouth 4 11pm 9 lKam 5 30pm Lve Livingston Uerea 8 00am 1025am 5 40pm 1044am 6 37pm Arr Covington Arr Cincinnati 5 50pm 10 50am ojapm 615pm MAYSVILLE BRANCH 2 3 3 4 6 20pm 05pra 35pm 30pm 06pm No North Bound Lve Cincinnati Lve Covington Lve Lexington Lve Paris 9 No Ex Sun Ex Sun Daily it 220pm 7 noa m 7 55 a m 8 19a ro 8 43am 9 33 am 10 10am 226 pm Arr Arr Arr Arr Millersburg Carlisle Johnson Maysville South Bound 440pm 537 pm 601pm 626pm 7 86prn 766pm Ex Sun No io Ex Sun Daily No i Daily Lve Lve Lve Lve Maysville Johnson Carlisle Millersburg Arr Paris Arr Lexington Arr Covington Arr Cincinnati nati No 1 620am 5 57 am 6 50 am 7 15 am 7 40 am 8 35am 10 44 a m 10 50 am 160pm 227pm 320pm 3 45pm 410pm 6 6 6 20pm 37pm 45pm Sam D Johnson Co St Louis Air Lino run Louisvillo tho finest trainB in tho world between Trains Louisville and St Louis leaving at 810 a m daily equipped with Pullman perfected safty steamÂ¬ boated day coacheB parlor and din ing cars Trains leaving Louisvillo at 915 p m equipped with clay coachoB and Pullman drawing room If yon are going west that tho Dont Forget P H CARPENTER SOUTH SIDE DRUGGISTS EVERYTHING FOR THE- - I sleopors NOT BUY DUtECT FROM THE SHOW If you wish comfort safty and plants and orwluii jouneid quick tinio bo sure and call for tick You will savn money andtrws stock tnu to WnesV name ets via tho Air Lino Any information Wo pay no iiKents but sell it direct to the planter maps rates etc will bo Millions of trees plants and lnes are bearing regarding their everliere In Kentucky ami Jude us by cata promptly furnished by writing to berry general nursery B L 10 Runs dally from Lexington to Cincin- Â¬ No 43 Leaves Lexington 1000 am Arrives Parts 1045 a m Except Sunday No 8 Leaves Cincinnati 510 p m Arrives Falmouth 705 p m Except Sunday NO 7t Lu ives Falmouth 6 n in ArrlvesCIn clnnatl 7 65 n in Except Sundav ao o runs uanv except TiuiMUM Lexington and Cincinnati Sun Â¬ day between No 13 runs Sunday only making nil local stops No 4 runs dally between Cincinnati und Lex Â¬ ington NOTE Trains No 6 and Kalmouth Accommo Â¬ dation No 8 now depart from new 4th St Depot on 4th below John St NOTE Trains No 1 and Falmouth Accommo Â¬ dation No 7 now arrives at new 4th St De Â¬ pot on 4th below John St Nos 2 and 6 make connections at Winchester for points on the NN MV Ry IMPORTANT Trains of this line nnwarrlvoat aiuldepurt from the Central Union Passenger Station Cincinnati making connec Â¬ tion tor all points North East and West Through Tickets sold and Baggage checked to any point reached by a railroad For full particulars address or call on any agent of tho compaiyor W L MUNSON Trav Cincinnati Passr Agt S F B O n Senl CINCINNATI PassrAgt MOUSE HEHUNTINUTONVIco-PresA-fie- tf Trav Bryant fruit Louisvillo Ky PasB Agt A straw and logue on application to 11 F HILLENMEYEU Lexington Feb 21 3m Â¬ Ky 1ENEIUL OFFICES Chamber of Commerce Building Cincinnati 0 We now have double dnlly truln ser- NOTE vice on Sundays both ways brtwetmClnolnnatt UI1U I UXlllglUll Manager O m BBSBsKSSPfiSsvAPflVluKE Wr WgfVfWWWfr gmj V EaSSiHSSiSSEaS W 7 T j tt xrv Tf tJ pmtflT T p iPVi rii vf wjpj yw We begin the new year with a more complete line of goods than ever before O IR F 831 And we are sure BOB E Xj TST J3 of every description and and repairs for same Harrows Seed Sowers Corn Planters Cultivators fcc Q iK Buggies - Pheatons Surrys and Road Carts A full line of In many styles Band made harness all prices Wagon OISJSS In all sizes Harness Plow Gear and variety of SADDLES What we advertise you Mill find we keep it to your interest to call and see us PttAiNKFOflT KUUMMliUUT Entered at the post offlce at Fnmkfort Kemuck aa second class mailable matter ALL KINDS OF FIELD SEEDS E0 A LEWIS Editor and Publisher FRANKFORT FEBRUARY 28 i 189 Frankforts Pica Against the Proposed Removal of tlie Capital The committee of citizens selected to present the question of Capital removal from a non removal standpoint have completed their work and it has been addressed to the Conven tion in a neatly printed pamplet of fifty one pages with an illustration of the proposed Capital in this city and a cut eivintr a birds eye view of the city having the lands ceded to the State in consideration of the Capital being located here marked off From the cut it is seen that many of the most valuable lots in Frankfort have a title warranted by the State The pamphlet is divided into three parts Public Aspects of the Question by the committee History of by Judge W H Sneed Location and Legal Aspects of the Case by Judge Wm Lindsay In the first Â¬ Â¬ ton and other lesser earthquakes in recent years this great ocean cur- rent has been deflected further north and the storms that have brought our cold waves have followed suit and now pass north ofthe great lakes He proves that while all the United States east of the Rockies has been enjoying extremely mild winters that portion west of the mountains Can ada north of the great lakes and northern Maine have been suffering almost unexampled cold even as far south as Texas and New Mexico the temperature has been below zero and it was so he claimed only the deflec- Â¬ tion of these great storms that pre- Â¬ vented ub from suffering likewise He also asserts that the excessive precipitation of the last few years was caused by our storms now coming from the moist south instead of the west and northwest and traces the course of many to prove his asser- Â¬ tion Â¬ xsicNr TIae Old tht we can make Tawa Clock To the Public BXLOS W J CHINN Tlie following poem was written upon the old time keeper in the Court rnllE FOLLOWING ARE THE LOW RETAIL AEEORXTHSZT LAW price at House tower in this city by the late 1 Best Roller Main Elkliorn Flour Mill per bbl Patent Ierfcctlon Sam Will practice in all State Courts Of- Â¬ Best ttl Patent 505 per bbl AbeFulkersonThe Eccentric who Rest Ruhr Flour Invincible 5 45 per bbl fice second floor Custom House finally became insane and died in the IlestX X X 500 per bbl Jan 30 ly Best X X 350 per bbl Â¬ Asylum at Lexington Its republicaDiscount on 500 pound lots tion at this time when the voice of custom grinding solicited S MARTIN Proprietor the clock is silent seems to us very JR i i i u appropriate Jan 17 2 H G MATTER2T -- Â¬ The old tor n clock Is a marvelous thing As It tells or the passing hours When Its hollow tenesmi the midnight ilng Marling this shimbrliig world of ouis And It vatcht3 the flight of mist tying time Valuable City Residence Property To chronic e moments tmt veie And the voice or the agt s Is heard Intheehlme As It walls on tlie startled air -pilE TWO STORY MUCK RESIDENCE PROP Its lingers are i olntlng to a p ith In the sky 1 erty known as the Sidney Johnson place And its tongue hath in utterance grand situated on north Mde ot Main street Frankfort Of tho rest that remains In the mansions on high A ieir the Capital Hotel Isonollered for sale by And the way to the beautiful laud undersigned But tht1 children of men never heeding Its tne 1st lbll the If not sold be or before Janu for rent The aiy siine will vole- property Is in first class condition For terms Move onward to musk uul mtiMi Ac apply to In thud its or their jourh and strengln they CIIAS V EXUM lejolie Attorney for Johnson heirs Till the pass Hko a cuiMiii from the earth Oct 25 FOR SALE a k s- - PlltlliillET 334 MAIN STREET tf Number ltc Houses tion The statistics of health are present- Â¬ ed and it is shown that Frankforts death rate is one of the lowest in the country being 10 1 10 per cent against 14J per cent for the State 141 per cent for the city of Louisville and 17 per cent for the whole coun- Â¬ try It is a remarkable fact that but three State officers have died while in office and two of these Governors Clark and Helm died at Winchester and Elizabethtown respectively and the only one dying at Frankfort Sec- Â¬ retary of State Van Winkle met his death from causes with which his residence in Frankfort had nothing to do The sentiment of the various States is shown to be overwhelming ly against locating the capital in the business center and metropolis of each State and the extra cost of re- Â¬ moval over what new and splendid buildings could be built for at Frank- Â¬ fort is shown to be nearly 1500000 without reckoning the cost of lands sold in Frankfort by the State from the original grant the titles to which would have to bo made good As the city limits have recently been extended many residences have been broughtinto the city which have never been numbered and it would be a good idea for the City Council to order the numeration of the buildings to be extended into this new territory The letter car- Â¬ part the question of Frankforts de- Â¬ riers have great difficulty in finding sirability and accessibility are dis- Â¬ persons residing in this district for and it is con- Â¬ whom they have mail and the resi- Â¬ cussed at length clusively proven that there is no need dents thereof are at a loss to tell of a change The social and scenic their friends where to direct then advantages of Frankfort are elaborat- letters Particularly is this so in the ed upon and its freedom from politi- Â¬ northern part of the city where the cal rings contrasted with Louisvilles houses are more numerous than in and Lexingtons gang ridden condi- any other part of the annexed terriÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The old toAii clock -- I have heard the peal nOf Its mcaMiitd strike give three at moin When I felt as the loii and the nietchtd fte in a bleik coiu world lorlom I have counted the tones ironi Its Iron throat As thev mocineiiand dlfdon the wind Till Its music lell like a Itinera note On in FRANKFORT Try KY KENTUCKY UNION RAILWAY CO TIME CARD EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 21ST GOING EAST Leave Lexington iichenler Leave V lm Si Poultry ksiy dioaryanl deoiate mini The old town clock let It rpjik again A dhgr ilkfiiMe for departing time Tls a bbli voice In the luetic strain Irom hertiud old pit fUbilme And 1th ech es tels us of gonous days When tun he irtanl the tvond were oung When mliutrels chanted tlie heroes piultr And the mte tolovenid tnlrti was stiiing FitAsKFOUT 1890 300 p m 410 in 4 51 p in tiii p m C30 p in 1130 a m 125 p m Muich a 1870 Tlieir First Concert The I nveUay Cty An IveLuinLer Point A rrlve Three Forks LeiveTlnee Forks Anlve Elkatawa auBu3iiUuU3iSuIaufll For Sale by GOING WEST members of the Frankfort Leive Elkatawa 835 it m 1030 a m Glee Club are making arrangements to Arrive Three Forks C 00 a in Leave Three Forks give their initial concert in the chapel Arrive Lumber Point f 05 n m 7 87 it m of the Baptist Church on Tuesday Arrive Clio rity 30 a in Arrive Winchester Lexington 9 30 a m evening next The Club is composed Arrive of some of the best musical talent Connections made at Lumber Point vvltlr Elkatuvva Is steamer in the city is under the efficient station to for UuttUvllle Trains between nearest Jackson Ky Three Lexington run Forks management of Prof Wayland Gra Â¬ Folks and idkatiua dally dally between Three tory htindajs excepted and J L MURPHY ham and itis safe to say that the con- Â¬ General Passenger Agent Deatli of Elder James cert will be a very enjoyable affair A Darsie full house should greet the Club on Tuesday night The following pro- Â¬ ONE DOLLAR WEEKLY We clip the following letter an- Â¬ nouncing the death of Rev James gramme will be offered PART FIRST BUYS A GOOD GOLD WATOH Darsie father of Rev George Darsie 1 Soldiers Chorus Glee Club of this city from the Christian Mr Louis Harris Tho 2 Violin Solo Standard of February 20th jBY OUR CLUB SYSTEM 3 Song -- A Son of the Desert Am I numerous friends of Rev George Mr Frank D Bull Our 11 karet patent stiffened gold cases are i Darsie in this community deeply 4 Silence Glee Club warranted lur m jeait nuiijiuii aim lium sympathize with him in the great wind movement reliable 5 Song Rubenstein and set hunting or and well known Stem gents open face ludjs or affliction which has so suddenly besize Ltiual to any 7G watch We sell one ot H j Â¬ J W Druggist GAYLE Old Market house Corner FRANKFORT Mar lvr 1 - TCY Dr W I Kelley OF CINCINNATI WILL BB AT THE OHIO CAPITAL FRIDAY FRIDAY FRIDAY FRIDAY HOTEL KY IN FRANKFORT i MARCH 13 1891 APRIL 3 1891 APRIL 24 1891 MAY 16 1891 fallen him Dear Allegheny Pa Bro Tlie Reason of It The Cincinnati Commercial Gazette of Saturday last contains an article by Mr J Q A Campbell upon tho late mild winters that we have been enjoying in tho Ohio valley and at Â¬ tempts to prove that they are likely in human probability to become per Â¬ manent lie assorts that it is the generally accepted theory among men who have studied the subject that all storms parsing over this oountry leave the continent whore the Gulf Stream crosses the Atlantic gregation is in mourning over the sudden and awful death of Bro James Darsie the assistant pastor of He was the Allegheny Church struck and instantly killed by a train on the Pennsylvania Railroad near his home in Braddock a suburb of Our this morning Pittsburgh hearts are overcharged with grief both for his devoted family and for ourselves for he was like a father to us all He possessed tho universal confidence and love of this Church and he was entirely devoted to its interests His pure life gentle spirit and affectionate counsels made a deep impression upon young mon and old and his influence for good will survive for many years in our hearts and lives As most of your readers know Brother Darsie was the father of John George and Lloyd Darsie and of Sister Walker wife of the pastor of tho Richmond Street A suitable Cincinnati Church For tho obituary will appear soon present i desire only to say mat to me his death is a groat loss tho extent of which under tho very sliadow of tho dreadful shock T can So gentle not properly estimate was his spirit so pure and unselfish his life that it was a constant inspira Â¬ tion to me to bo associated with him May God help us to romember his counsels and to imitate his faith Fraternally yours W F RlCUAUDSON Fob 16 1891 Our con- Â¬ MaDiarmid G Mr Will McClure these watches for Glee Club Rest on thy Pillow PART SECOND FXXB3 BLEEDING tfLIND or ITCHING Glee Club and send to any address by registered mall or Chloroform Ligature or Knife In Silent Mead 2 Piano Solo Miss Maria Lindsey b express C O I with privilege of examina I not necessary with tnU mode of treatment tion 3 Double Quartette Katie Darling Our agent at Durham N C wi i ANO Our Jewelers have confessed ti dont know Glee Club Ib cured how jou can furnish such work for tlk money Maj II T Stanton 4 Reading FISSURES Miss Jennie Morris 5 Song Cared without cutting or tearing Glee Club 0 Serenade 1 Â¬ 2S CASH Cured wttovirt any surgical operation and wttu little or no palu FISTULA IN New Clerk in tlie Post Office wanted at each place Write for particulars ULCERATON CATARRH EMPIRE WATOH CO SLEEP IN PEACE 43 and COMulden Lane New YorltN Y Tho business of tho postofllco in so much this city having increased in tho last year Postmaster Safloll has been authorized to employ anoth- Â¬ B 5T TTSIIfcTGS- has appointed Miss er clerk and Emma Morris to the position Miss Morris took charge of the stamp and FOR BED BUGS delivery window on Tuesday morn- Â¬ relieving Mr Ollio Walcutt who This prepiuittlon Is supeilor lit all nthus fo ing icisoiim becomes assistant in the distributing the following bugs Instantly It kills the Itcllectuall dcstios their eggh theieloiolt Is department Dr lteilj urly for neail btenuaiH mat the many luilc lie hanmaae Muoug the wealthy and ludutntlw citizens are sufJIclent evidence or his suoceas It Is now a well established fact that nmu dl nnses ot the stomach liver kidney bladder voiiib and nervoui system are either causel ui aggravated by the coexistence of IlLKa KiaXfJ LA Of the bowel cured has now been Tliltlngthls city ragn m V ft 57B1E lout PRATTS KILLER fstxisper Wednesday intr ISven Ocean that for some cause possibly disturbances in the earths surface isuchas wcroindicated by tho Charles Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria the Southern Pres Â¬ will give a supper room of Dr J S Btreot on Wednes Â¬ day evening next provided tho re Â¬ JOHN H STAOKHOUSB CO pairs upon tho room are completed by SOLK AGENTS 032 Arch Street Pelludolphla that time Tho ladies of byterian Church in tho new store Collins on Main vi - It possessesadvantagesovei Insect powders In asmuch as It can be used In placs which they can not leach Its odor Is agreeable and It Is wiuiatitctl not to Injure carpets linen or furniture No fatal ullects can tesiilt Irom Its use as It contains no poison which fact should give It a place In every household Sold In latge hotthsnt 215 cents each For sale b WII AVKJULL at wholesale tinil ret ill only necessiii season to nse It once or twice during the Â¬ VlSSUBEor HKCTAL DLCKK RRPKRKNCES Pr K U Oober Frankfort Ky hranklln Morris Craetensbarg 3 T buum Frankfort Ky V Merberleh Y rankfort Ky He U V llulett Benson Ky a H McClure KrauKfort Ky K Ulchard Ferguson Frankfort W J Hughes Frankfort hy David Monro lleiiui K Jas JI Wltliow Priinisdiit Kv OR KEEIiETTfl office nnd residence Is at SR Went Eighth street Cincinnati and where hr muy he found oery day of each week KXCEFT ir FEIDAI8 AND SATUBDATS Pamphlets descrlbluf these diseases and th mode of treatment lent tee to any ouo by ntf dressing M D W T KELLEY 250 Woat BlghthSt Oinuinnnti O HT CONSULTATION IRjEIE H -- ia yft iv U71a32Rilfm -- I ui ii iMtfiWMMHLLLLw Al4fttf ifaiitnAitf TOSHDWW 1 rfwfywrir m KKiLNKFOilT UOUNDABULI FRANKFORT FKHHUARY 28 1801 Its Silver Wedding Thn 22d was tho silver wedding of tho Kontitckian to many of its rend ers they having rend it just 25 years that day it boinpj born Feb 22d 1806 Paris Kcntuckian Citizcn A quarter of a century is a long time ago but wo remember very distinctly tho day the first issue of the above paper made its appearance as we set type all tho night before upon it by the light of star candles Tho stuck about in the ucap caso office force which got out that paper Â¬ Main street and march to tho Church whero quite an olaborato programme will bo carried out consisting of ritualistic ceremonies and music followed by a sermon appropriate to the occasion by Rev Eugeno Evans Very elaborate preparations have been made for tho occasion Lucky CltieHHcrs Â¬ Farmers to Meet Tho County Union of tho Farmers Alliance will meet at the Court It House this morning at 10 oclock expected that every union in the js county will be represented Commeucc Work Monday The machinery for tho Capital To- Â¬ bacco Manufactory has all arrived is being put up and the management of the new enterprise expect to begin work on Monday V I Milt G Barlow was as follows - Cark foreman Shelly Mann Conant and tho writer compositors Barlow made up the forms upon a board laid across two type boxes on the floor Conant a long slim fellow pulled the old 6 feet 7 inches tall Washington press while we inked the form Barlow has since become famous as a negro minstrel Shelly Mann has been dead some ten or lateen years and we presume Olark is also as he was suffering from consumption at the time If Conant is not dead he ought to be as we used to wonder why such a mean cuss was allowed to live at all The venerable editor of the paper was then growing grey with ago but is still on deck and has not yet given May he up the idea of marrying still live to celebrate the papers Where is He It is about time that the man who usually predicts that we will have no fruit this year that it has all been about this time of the year Perhaps he accompanied the ground hog into his hole killed was coming to the front He generally makes his appearance Early last summer Messrs Meagher Marshall offered a prizo to the per son guessing nearest to tho population of the city as shown by the cen Â¬ SWEESaDSWStSStWK3ESS3Bi sus then being tnkon and also ono to tho person guessing nearest to tho population of tho county An official statement of the number of inhabitants of city and county could not be obtained from the census de- Â¬ partment until last week consequent Â¬ ly the awards could not be made be- fore Monday night the numerous guesses were placed in the hands of And a great variety of articles the editors of the Evening Journal and Roundabout who compared all the figures with the official count when it was decided that Mr John Donley had como nearest to the In order to induce our customers to buy flour packed in citys population his guess being within 307 of the official figures while Martha Demarr a colored woman had missed thenumbergiven as the population of the county by VVK ARE- only 30 Tho guessing was exceed ingly wild some placing tho popula- Â¬ tion of the county at fifty odd thousand and the city at from twelve to The above articles with every paper sack of flour Ask your grocer twenty thousand for FEES TO EVERYBODY Tinware Glassware Wire Goods Woodenware Useful for Kitchen and Household Use PAPER SACKS AND Â¬ Â¬ GI VIN G AWAY VICTOR First Time in Many Years During the time at which the funeral of General Sherman was taking place in St Louis on Saturday a salute was fired from the site of old Fort Boone on Fort Hill which was the first time in a quarter oiH century that loud mouthed cannon has bel- Â¬ lowed from that point and it revived memories of the stirring times from 62 to 05 Â¬ B Tuesday for the first time in the history of the Court of Appeals that In paper sacks Kvery sack warranted body listened to an argument made by a colored attorney The case under argument was Johnson vs Commonwealth from Fayette and the appellant was represented by James A Chiles of Lexington the colored man in question No Money Required of Responsible Parties to Commence On First of His Race J FLOUR MILES fouih week thereafter SON Treat- Â¬ golden anniversary Bible Society Meeting The regular annual meeting of the Franklin County Bible Society was held atthe First Presbyterian Church on Sunday evening when tho follow- Â¬ ing officers were elected for the en- Â¬ suing year Dr E E Hume President The resident ministers of the city vice presidents John N Crutcher Secretary R K McClure Treasurer and De- Â¬ positary Executive Committee S T For-Â¬ tune of the Southern Presbyterian Church R Rogers of the Methodist Church J W Gaylo ot the Christian Church Grant Green of the Episcopal Church S C Bull of the First Presbyterian Church W H Posey of the Baptist Church The meeting was addressed by Hon Jep 0 Johnson of McLean county member of the Constitutional Con- Â¬ vention and Rev Dr Savage The Churches which co operate with the society in this city are the Episcopal Christian Methodist First and Southern Presbyterian and the congregations of these churches participated in the meeting The collection amounted to 90 The following committee was appointed to arrange the time for the meetingofthe coloredbranch of the Society in this city W H Mayo W R Todd and Henry Samuels Â¬ Â¬ ENTITLED TO THE BEST ment All are entitled to the best their money will buy so every family Eloped from Winchester should have t once a bottle of the best family remedy Syrup of Figs to Mr Robort McKinney of Winches- cleanse the system when costive or ter and Miss Lizzie Coke daughter of bilious For sale in 50c and 100 bot- Â¬ Mr Dallas Coke of this city eloped tles by all leading druggists 22 m from Winchester where Miss Coke To their New Home was visiting her sister on Wednesday of last week and were married at Capt Sam M Gaines left yesterAberdeen Ohio by Squire Massie day for Maysville to take charge of Beasley The bride is just sixteen while the groom is said to be some the office of the Democrat and make arrangements to commence the pub- Â¬ ten years her senior lication of his new tri weekly His Â¬ Â¬ FEANKFORT KY WEDNESDAY MAR And ever CAPITAL HOTKL Sixteenth Regular Visit 11 Free IfConsulutton and Examinal Quietly Married family will follow him to day Miss Effie Mount Crutcher of the Ducker Station neighborhood this county who has been attending the State College in Lexington and a Mr Glass of Wilmore Jessamine coun- Â¬ ty were quietly manied at the resi- Â¬ dence of the officiating minister last week in Lexington The announcement of the marriage was a complete surprise to the young ladys friends in this county Â¬ Small Blaze An alarm of fire was turned in from box 14 Sunday morning caused by a small blaze in a cottage of Mr Mat Stephons in the upper end of South Frankfort near Dunigan Nicols f Si0 1 i fi w v Miles Nerve and Liver wmmmmBm WOBmSmmm mrAmi tmmm i VbiLT fijmmmmrm Pills Handling Mr Will G monds Weitzel Black Ilia- - who was a Musical Prodigy Master R A Thomson son of Mr Georgo B Thomson of this city left Tuesday afternoon for Louisville to join the Lyon Comedy Campany with which organization he will play an engagement of seveval weeks first in Louisville then Cincinnati St Louis and other largo cities The little fellow is just seven years oldhis birthday being tho 29th of February is a splendid performer upon the violin guitar banjo zithor clarionet and French harp and plays by note He always was a pupil of tho lato Prof Mauor and it was he who Prof Mauer was just bo ginning to give a lesson when stride en with death Sinco tho death of Prof Mauer ho has boon under tho instruction of Mr Sidney Davis He has learned rapidly under both teachers and will make a star per- Â¬ former as ho is a natural musician His mother and aunt Mrs Mary Wat kins will travel with him and tho management of tho company has con- Â¬ tracted to pay him ibrty llvo dollars per weok while ho is with thorn Ho will prove a great drawing card for tho company clerk in the post office under ex Postmaster Rodman has taken charge of the St Clair street office of tho Frankfort Elevator Company and Laud for Sale hopes his friends will drop in and leave their orders for all grades of I will on next Monday March 2d coal before the ground hog winter 1891 at 12 oclock sell the Woodson farm on one two and three years draws to a close time A rare chance to buy good land as Making Fun With the a wholeIt will be sold in parcels or the whieheverway it brings Boys most money W H Posey a humorous paper pub Cork Commissioner lished in Chicago in the interest of health and has in this CATARRH CURED the whisky trade weeks issue a cartoon representing sweet breath secured by50 Shilohs Catarrh Remedy cents the legal fight between Hon E H Nasal Injector free Price sale by J For Taj lor Jr and Tho Geo T Stagg W Gayle Co over the right of the latter firm to use Mr Taylors name in connec tion with thoir business It is entitled DR the Kentucky Angelus 15-ly They speedily cure billiousness bad taste torpid liver piles and constipa- Â¬ tion Splendid for men women and children Smallest mildest surest 50 doses for 25 cents Samples free at J W Gayles Frankfort Ky An important discovery They act on the liver stomach and bowels through the nerves A new principle C H BOGMAN M D lf seaiM lh- - fital llmutan nt foimciljr resident Physician ol tht thihuielfhia General tlos thotge of the Ohio Medtuil Institute Cincinnati Ohio has for twenty live years successfully leveled his time to the treatt em of his spec Â¬ ialties He successfully liei sail curable cases of Chronit ami tVenvus Dueases Ills treatment is Imsed on the largest experience after thorough educational preparation WBSCOTT How It Strikes Bob Veterinary fti Surgeon tho nerroai ars doabl tctln upon this heart we haie for tears treated II with phenomenal success The deformltlci aud her affections rsjuMnu from rheumatic intlammatlon mir all be arolJtJ or cured by our reatiuenU Brlghts UlscaO of the Kidney h the rnult of faultr Kiliuuutlon nutrition or he we of Iniiiroper reuedle to Increase tho How of uriue Bhatunatlsxo li Msentlallr a diicase cf temai alt late InTMtljiUon prove beyond otr If 11 n TIaea TIianlcHjjMVuisj ISay Capital City Lodge of colored Odd Follows will eolobrato their annual Thanksgiving day with a service- of praiso to Ciod at tho First Colored Baptist Church to morrow afternoon at o llio iHirM onr oiganii of tho order in this city will tions form in procession at their hall on ninlr PJrvat0 Dingoes stricture Oleet i ii Talot Tho Beatty villo Enterprise has this Syphlll 001111 rhea Itupotvncv and ierlUi ire prouiptlr eneotuaiiy cured by our iiw H ham iiWt remell to say of Judge Dranos suggestion thouaudsof dollar luUiuo aud miner w call knowledge lu tbia direction which wo published two weeks ago Epllepay or Vies Thli phrncinjua r tn jervoui avuero l tho reuli of dl ae located to substitute an Arcado Bridgo for centers our method of treatment winch u entire i our nerc has been own admitted by thj iiriiscltiitlsts or tho m Ii to produce radical tho old wooden structure which now ucuitlUlPI 9HIJCCM ii spans tho Kentucky river on St A LI IKHHONS HWlXn CLAIMS send four to six ounces of their urine whicb we nr1r 1trsi conInS AtiUNST Clair street A the estate ot W I lett will niisent them to or tiefotv amirdlut a long timo wo have been pos nit proven 31a lfrjl to lawL on IUIINmiN tho For K lust day ot sessed of tho idea that Frankfort had AsslKiiee of W l lett Wh lVC tMvd tolji tcwhere tooonsultuj All curtble aset are Minl tmnuiu etl0 within its limits enterprising people i aiients treated Uy mail and here possible personal consultation U expicss those who havo given tho other than ot iiutitions sent tree on application ireiiMuit List city among the hills suggestions nil case ami correxp nuience tnctly reim iit e it C U I to with reference to needed public im- pii i oi me unncii niatei ana l antiia Attilr ss wttli stanp lor replv all havo kept so provomoiitH but still that we found it hard to name Xr- O ono man of tho character above indi Â¬ o BOX 705 cated O icM KrHaanauvi saaiuiunMUEBn oxmi cxaarBaaraimWiu But wo doubt no longer tinwiMnTtniniifiirimf ii mi OUly IMCRILHN An VopNrvfirN Judgo Coo 0 Drane litis suggest Â¬ KltANK hlOLlI C II llAHfrroW -- VM ed that tho old wooden bridgo across lrtvliieiit fee and 1reus All DitVllt R f lUniNvr tho Kentucky river bo replaced by an VUv PWlitcn siilurlntwiitleiit Arcado Bridgo with drive way and AT TO R N E AW side walks as wide as thoso of St A pamphlet of Information andab- Tie Clair street and with store rooms jn PriiitiBi A Co vsiroci or uio iawsBiiowini now toA uuinin rnioiKB avcitin Trado fronting on both tho upper and lower vMarKs copyriems tint jrte RJSAL JBSTATB AGENT VorineilytlieataiiUiuillfliitliiKliik Works sides of this bridgo street To i s L DO AdJreta KIUNN -1- 1ANUFATIUKUS U llroailway OF VV TllB CODRT8 OF boys Wll nlV0 8 Oitoil nolutam tu ana Hew xorlc cranuio Vli r tno adjoining counttea and llout0l UIUi01 tho old wooden bridto PaiMTINCAND LITHOGRAPHIC INKS will allO KlTe HMdAl Htrnttmi tn tl nwTI on our loejs wo miagmo tno now and Mle oi NaJ wtato collection of t nU claiaS VAilNlSHESFTC Anal tha toMtlaHMi a iw structnro would bo a sight toseo 108 Canal Cincinnati Ohio itiiii23 ly 1 KAIHUTK ot CNTVWO VIITMINARY COL- Hsa Kiiiiiaii i annua Olllce at IluiiVti Hum livery stable lii7 ini NOTICR fret nutrition and reuJer Ufa niUor ible Karly literfercuco U true ivonomr of time luuovy aud health Tounff Men nho are rapidly approwblns Inianlif and drailifromercrettiablu will da well toiuntuUui aiouoe rheno halilu are the reiulmf dUeate nol tiro and j euro uch casea Blibout fall We luille rour Llleil joufldeuce aud promise ou relief JIddloAR0d Men alio oberte certain Irriiatloni of the bidder and urethra or water paoaea with ledlmenu la the urine ahould ai all theikrlUM of oil tntirieut -- uch ai mp lonu are ludlcatiimi m hieU admit o no imicakne s should hrint or Diseased of tho Jlfsestlvo Orcnns are the moit fre quentcaueiof thomorofiul uletv Iitipentit UterCom plalru Coimiitioi MiUltroiila HUrrhCJ all mult In Imier delay If not cured it leads to enlarged prostata gland ntt V guarantee a cure In all tou debility and premature decay iacacaeand a perfect teitoraUoa to heakti aud phi ileal iljor Wo bare for yean ma to a pecialty of To the Ladlea the dlietei of women Muetfulhi of tho aulTeringa of thla world are borne by women aud mJtbout reaaon Wnen the cauae of thea diieuea U properlr understood their cure la certain and complete Our tarce luipital experience enables ut to understand lueo cue and treat them from flu lateat aclen tide itandpoint Local treatim lit which to mmt object to v rarel llnd nereiiarr Our treatment l bt iitltutloual and local lemedlei with wlilib we Imtruct ibi tiniit to treat Ihunxhe at their uirn heruoi ai l n- Â¬ i 1 C B Bagman Cinoixiaati Y-AT- 1 ATEMT vil CROMWELL -L l MM mMMIp tanB 1 - Sd MTiT if m vmtf m Tin t KEM IMm tr WW fcwwfwi TWJrwrTrTfnv7 1tthvv zrTfvr 7nrew Q Religious We would be greatly obliged to the ministers and officers of churches in the any civif they would furnish us with wish Vim luncements which they may made at the Church Rev H Q Henderson will preach Cedar Chapel Methodist Sunday nfternoon at 3 manuscript ordinances Adopted Mr Payne moved that the council oclock meet Thursday night for the purpose of examining the assessors books Rev W C Taylor the pastor will Adopted Mrs occupy his pulpit at the Baptist pauper Ann Brewer was placed on the list Church to morrow morning at 11 M Payne moved that the matter in relation to the cleaning of streets oclock a m and 730 p m be referred to tho street committee to report at the next meeting The usual services at Ascension The council then adjourned until Church to morrow morning at 11 Thursday night atm730 oclock oclock and 730 p mwillbe conductThousands had sunk on the ed by Rev E A Penick the rector ground overpowered the weary to sleep and the wounded to die but Rev W G Neville the pastor will every intelligent reader knows that this happened before the great disoccupy his pulpit at the Southern covery of Salvation Oil to morrow Church Presbyterian Colds cough and incipient consum morning at 11 oclock and 730 p m tion cured by Dr Bulls Cough Syrup as usual a remedy of fifty years standing At the morning service the sacra known and used all over the world ment of the Lords Supper will be ad- Do yourself the favor to give it a trial ministered At 3 oclock in the after- Â¬ You will be amply repaid For sale everywhere 25 cts noon Mr Averill will preach to the Will be in Frankfort children Â¬ Â¬ ed a box from the Safety Vault and Trust Company for tho purpose of keeping the Midland bonds in a secure place and asked that action be taken to pay the cost of bringing the bonds to tho city Ho reported that said cost would amount to 19250 The special committee was instructed to act in the matter Mr Payne moved that bids bo received for printing 200 copies of the Â¬ Â¬ A Famous Comedian Â¬ Mr Roland Reed is sufficiently un liked othor comedians of tho day to bo particularized Ho is always funny without trying to be This is a tremendous advantage With most comedians the funny efforts make the funny results look small Roland Roed was born so and doesnt know it Ho would cive oven a funeral sermon a quaintness and piquancy that would trim woe with smiles Something is due to his unparallel- Â¬ Naturo ed personal appearance was sportive when she put his bones together and grew jolly when she finished off his unparagonednose and staked out his intellectual expanse of forehead At the wildest moments of farce there is a plaintive penetra- Â¬ tive seriousness on his sharp faco that seems to protest against tho laugh he has raised This is the physiognomy of Yan keedom You see the traditional Uncle Sam in his inquisitive little eyes and go back to Yankee Locke You want to hang your appreciation up on his cheek bones You expect everj moment to see him come out in red white and blue trousers with the straps reaching half way up Mb cowhide boots You expect to near him say I swow and I be gol darned to Halifax But you never do This is the earnest comedian of a Unctuous No You have to go to tho humid countries for that Toole was unctuous Your English comedian like your English sheep feeds on a succulent herbage always wet with the fogs of the North Sea Your Yank can browse on the buffalo grass of life and make a joke as sharp as carpet tacks if the sun only shines Roland Reeds personality in a play is like a piccolo in an orchestra There isnt much of the piccolo but you give it a chance and it will over- Â¬ ride the French horn and the cornet I never heard anyone say that a fife was succulent But I have seen men and bovs bv the hundreds march miles to its penetrative pleading The Woman Hater in which Mr Reed made his appearance here on Monday night is a four act farce comedy The merit of this farce is that it grows steadily more absurd in its predicaments and ends in an insane asylum Nym Crinkle in New York Â¬ flSKfCJl tt7 P jtfUfc HE H WcHlD URES frllS CELEBRATED REMEDY niir UC B HMKEM USVHTH SUCCESS THE IAST 20 YEARS OLDS FOR SAIE EVERYWHERE ONSUMPTI0NSj0C6 Incorporation Notice TURNPIKE NOTICE NOTICE THAT ANDREW J APPLE S F 1 Trnbue and Adrian A Almy have associated and become Incorporated pursuant to Chapter 60 of the Jenei al Statutes That the name of the corporation thereby formed Is the Capital Mining lumber and OH Company The principal place of transacting the bmlness Is Frankfort Ky The general nature of the business to be accepting leases of transacted Is iiurchusliits selling and leasing lands timber minerals oils gas and salines or lumber mineral oil gas or saline rights In lands mining drilling tor oil gas or salines manufacturing lumber cone or Iron and selling or otherwise disposing of oil gas sa Â¬ lines coal coke or iron lumber or timber or leasing or selling its lands to be worked or drilled or mined or operated u on royalty basis or work Â¬ ing mining or drilling the lands of otners upon royalty basis or any one or more of sinh pur poses combined at any place In the State of Ken tucky together with tue building or operating of a hotel or hotels store or stores tramway or rail- Â¬ way connecting the Companys property or works with a railway navigable stream turnpike or other hlgwuy the construction of derricks en Â¬ gine houses tanks bollpr houses Ac the laying of pipe lints and all things necessary for operat ing for oil gas salines or minerals and such TAKE 1 bee TMIERE WILL BE A MEETING OF THE 1 Stockholders of Peaks Mill Turnpike Co At the Court House March 9fr 1891 utek veil oclock to elect uirecturs ior coming jear By order of 24 St C G HOCKER3MITH nil TOIE TABLE The following time table is now in effect upon the L k N road TRAINS WEBT Â¬ No 23 leavebFrnnkfort No 17 lenveB Frnnkfort No 21 leaves Frnnkfort No 19 leaves Frnnkfort TBAINB EAST 930 260 700 fr0 am a m pm pm dry atmosphere Dr R Goldstein the well known optician of Louisville will be in our city at the Hotel Kenyon Monday March 2d and remain a few days and suoh people as are troubled with failing abnormal or debilitated eyes should seek him for relief All errors Rev Father Lambert Young the of accommodation and refraction scientifically corrected pastor wili conduct the services at the opportunity to see Do not miss him Your to- Â¬ the Church of the Good Shepherd eye is the most delicate and perhaps morrow First mass at 8 a m Sec- Â¬ the most sacred organ of tho body ond mass 1030 a m Vespers at 3 and too much care can not be taken to preserve it Eyes examined free P m 2o lt of charge Rev J McOlusky Blayney D D will occupy his pulpit at the First Presbyterian Church to morrow at 11 a m and 730 p m Rev George Darsie will occupy his pulpit at the Christian Church atll oclock No night service Tho Vniirnr Ponnloa Snpiptv nf w v k wm AUU hwwv DhrinMnn RnrJfinvor meets in the w r W i In the morning hurried or difficult breathing raising phlegm tightness in the chest quickened pulse dull Â¬ ness in the evening or sweats at night all or any of these things are chapel at 7 p m the first stages of consumption Dr Ackers English Cough Remedy will Rev H G Henderson A M will cure these fearful symptoms and is preach at the Methodist Church in sold under a positive guarantee by World J W Gayle DruggiBw this Dlace Sunday mornintr at 11 J o At the Opera House to night oclock and 730 p m Resolutions The Sunday school meets at 930 A Danville Verdict AM Adopted at a regular meeting of The Epworth League convenes in Fairvlew Union No 2085 Mr Jesse Dunn writes as follows Whereas We believe in the union I have used Quinns Ointment for the class room at 645 P M Mr Henderson extends a cordial of the farmer and that by united de- Â¬ the last twelve months on thorough mands for legislation and united op- pin Windpuffs Curbs and Splints invitation to the members of the position to monoppolies we can it has never failed Horsemen should Constitutional Convention to attend receive relief and in no other way not bo without it It would seem as therefore be it if Quinns Ointment was an invest- Â¬ these services 1st- - Resolved That we denounce ment the action of the State Senate in de- Â¬ Read It feating the Thorne bill and we pledge ourselves to support no We republish from the Evening man who is not in favor of the de Â¬ Journal a lengthy write up of the mands of the farmer When Baby vrai rick we gave her Caitorla 2d Resolved That we are in favor mammoth business of Mr John T She Mat nndqulckcst between she was a Child she cried for Cstoria Buckley It will be found in another of pure fair and honest elections When she became Miss she clung to Castoria When therefore we are conscientiously in column Read it FRANKFORT AND favor of the Australian ballot system When the bad Children she gave them Castoria CINCINNATI 3d Resolved That we demand that Only dlre2llinelbetween Council Proceedings scnooi books be published oy tho State and that the same be furnished Frankfort Car Â¬ and Paris Georgetown Tuesday Feb 24 1891 to the people at cost price 4th Resolved That we are in favor Present President Staten and all Happy Hoosiers the councilmen except Messrs Dar- Â¬ of the free unlimited coinage of sil- Â¬ lisle tfaysrille Cyathim Fal Â¬ ver Win Timmons Postmaster of Ida nell Church and Tobin Electric Bitters The minutes of the last meeting 5th Resolved That we demand the ville Ind writes mouth and Covington abolition of the National Bank sys has done more for me than all other were read and approved Petition of P N Harris of Knox tem and that money be made legal medicines combined ror that bad idney and ville Tenn asking a license to open tender and loaned directly to the feeling arising from John Leslie fanner ASK FOR TICKETS VIA KY MIDLIND up a furniture installment store Re- Â¬ people at as low rate of interest as Liver trouble possible and stockman of same place says ferred to license committee 6th Resolved That we endorse the Find Electrio Bitters to be the best Petition of W L Graham to build stable on corner of Logan and Camp- action of some of the delegates to Kidney and Liver mercine Made me W Gardner TRRIHS RUN BY GENTBAL STANDARD TIME Constitutional Convention in refusing feel like a new man bell streets Granted Petition of V Kaltenbrun to build free railroad passes as it induces hardware merchant bame town says a kitchen to one of his tenement members to leave their duty and Electric Bitters 1b just the thing for a TIME TABLE DEC ID 1890 man who is all run down and dont louses in the West End Referred to take pleasure trips fVila 7fVl Tfoonluntl PViof aarit- fr care whether le lives or dleB he ha street committee M A pm I M Petition of Fill Parrent for a dry the State Union and the Round- Â¬ found new atrenorth orood appetite on Bridge about for publication and felt just like he had a new lease goods and notion license No 1 No 3 No 7 TRAINS EAST Pass Pass Mixed joseph allison atreet Referred to license commit- on life Only 50c a bottle at P H 4aa Moore Comtee Archie 2 Carpenters Drug Store 6 45 12 N 300 Lv Frankfort 12 25 James Moore Petition of Orlando Flynn asking 3 12 668 Elk orn Â¬ 12 43 3 20 607 Swltzer Isaiah Bryant Pres that his meat store license be trans 1 07 6 23 Stamping Ground 334 Darbys Prophylactic ferred to C F Darnell Granted J L Harrod Secy 1 47 GOO 3 6b Ar Georgetown Petition of citizens asking that a Use it in every sick room Wil Lv Georgtn via Q C 7 24 3 06 4 03 sewer be built from Midland depot to For SAle An excellent family keep the atmosphere pure and Ar Cincinnati 10 16 600 Oil perfectly gentle and sound the river on Clinton street Refer horse good 6 65 205 405 Lv Georretown and a milk cow with young wholesome removing all bad odors 7 11 225 420 red to street committee Newtown 7 22 2 45 4 31 Centrevllle Petition of J 0 Rogers asking per- Â¬ calf Apply to SAM M Gaines from any source 7 41 3 15 4 60 Ar Paris to build a shed in front of his mission 763 7777 425 Will destroy all Disease Germs Lv Paris vlai K C store on High street Referred to CROUP WHOOPING COUGH and 10 44 637 Covington infection Irom all Fevers and all Ar Cincinnati 10 60 645 street committee asking per- Â¬ Bronchitis immediately relieved Petition of Jas Burns 7 65 6 37 contagious diseases Cure For sale by J Lv Paris via K C 8 43 625 mission to build an addition to his Shilohs Gayle 27 The eminent physician J Mari- Ar Carlisle 10 10 7 65 MayHvllle house on Holmes street Granted I Lv Purls via K C 6 37 1127 Mr Exum was given a rebate on Billiards and Pool Lovers of on Sims of New York says 6 15 12 10 Winchester licenses paid by him for the Kenton billiards and pool will find Wiley O am convinced that Pro Darbys p m Co 7 20 35 Insurance Williams hall on St Clair street Prophylactic Fluid is a most valu Ar Richmond M June W Nickels was granted a gro Â¬ open 25 tf M H M A r 21 able disinfectant cery license No 2 No 4 No 8 No 12 WILL YOU SUFFER with dyspep- Pass Pass Mix Mix The street committee reported in TRAINS WEST Fob Sale A second hand cabi- Â¬ train train train train favor of allowing Fincel Bros to erect sia and Liver Complaint S hilohs offered Lv Richmond via KC 6 10 105 a canvas awning in front of their Vitalizer is guaranteed to cure you net organ is to J B for sale cheap 1 68 7 16 Apply Winchester Utterback 27 For sale by J W Gayle meat store 748 233 Paris A message was received from the 1 Maysvllle mayor announcing his approval of DO NOT SUFFER ANY Smyrna rugs all sizes from Lv Carlisle vlu K C 620 3 60 20 660 passed at the 7 40 4 10 orders and resolutions Ar Purls 76 cts up to 600 LONGER 2 20 last meetine of the council Lv Cincinnati via K C 21- Weitzel ODonnell 2 20 Covington Knowing that a cough can b The committee appointed to exam Â¬ 537 Ar Paris ine old coupons in the clerks office ohecked in a day and the first stages 4 CO 8 30 6 00 L Paris asked further time of consumption broken in a week we Bucklens Arnica Salve 5 20 0 25 8 60 Centrevllle moved that the mayor hereby guarantee Dr Ackers En Â¬ Mr Payne 6 35 6 38 9 02 The best salve in the world foi Ar Newtown 5 65 7 H 9 20 Georgetown Jbe instructed to renew the note for glish Cough Remedy and will refund 5000 held by the Branch Bank of the money to all who buy take it as Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Lv Clntl via Q AC 7 00 4 00 9 52 7 01 Kentucky and tho clerk be instruct- Â¬ per directions and do not find our Rheum Tetter Ar Georgetown Fever Sores 0G 6 61 9 64 Lv Georgetown ed to pay interest on same Adopt- Â¬ statement correct Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns Stamping Ground 10 lJ 7 31 7 2J 9 W Gayle Druggist J ed 7 65 10 315 7 47 Swltzer and all Skin Eruptions and posi8 15 Mr Pavne moved that the mayor 7 65 10 44 Klkhorn 8 45 11 0U 8 10 president of council and city attorney tively cures Piles or no pay re- Ar Frankfort vbe instructed to make propositions give TRAINS DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY quired It is guaranteed to for the issuance of tho lottery fund- Â¬ perfect satisfaction or money re ing bonds Adopted HOWARD ORHISON Agent OK TAILOR- A GENT TO HANDLE OUR LINK Gen Superintendent GEO II HARPEIt Good funded unci surrounding towns Price 25 cents per box VERNON CLARK General Passenger Agent Mr Parsons offered an ordinance XX lne I thin energetic inun Address Amending Ordinance 20 so as to read opportunity for KAMI DUOS For sale by South Side drug store CLAUDE BOWLS City Ticket Agent 200 for first class licenses Adopted Merchant Tailor P H Carpenter 5 iy OENKRAL OFFICES FRANKFORT KV had rent- - 23 lt Louisville Ky The mayor stated that he A S Â¬ Â¬ 1 IIIAT TERRIBLE COfiH subscription prices of any or all of the stock of the Company may bo made In lands or Interests or estates in land or minerals or timber In or upon land or mineral rights in lauds an the Uoird of Directors may determine The corporation shall commence on the llllngotthe articles of Incorporation In the proper otlice and terminate at the expiration of twenty live years next themfter The affairs of the corporation shall be conducted by a Board of live Directors and li President Vice President Seer t try and Treas- Â¬ urer and such other ofllcers as the Board may de Â¬ termine The Board of Directors shall be elected bv the stockholders on the iffst Wednesday in October of each year beginning In 18U1 and the other ofllcers shall be elected by the Board of Directors on the same day and all ofllcers shall hold their ofllces respectively until their succes Â¬ sors are elected and qualified Until the election la lJl Andrew J Apnleuee S F J Triuue William Duke and Charles Adraln A Almy Duke shall be the Directors and William Duke tho President S F J Trabue the Vice Presi Â¬ dent and Andrew J Applebee Secretary and Treasurer of the Company One person may act as both Secretary und Treasurer The high Â¬ est amount of Indebtedness or liability to which the corporation may at any time dublect Itself shall not at any time exceed one third of the capital stock then authorized The private prop Â¬ erty of the members and the stockholders shall be exempt from liability for the debts of the corporation Â¬ Â¬ 1016 a m 454 p m 915 p m 625 p m Nos 23 and 21 still conneut for Cincinother Incidental operations as shall better enable the Company to carry on the principal business nati but 21 no longer connects for Shel The amount of the capital stock shall be 160000 byville No 21 still mnkes Sh ilbyville divided Into shares of 100 each payable at such connection times and on such terms as the Board or Directors E P BRYAN or the Company may determine and payment of Â¬ No 18 leaves No 20 leaves No 22 leaves No 24 arrives Frankfort Frankfort Frnnkfort Frnnkfort Â¬ f M Agent QysouTt IU1 rasei HFErUCRF t ii l rJMirTJimtrvtrMvmfy i MILES OUa n HS JJmxtGS2fct - 110 rME6 o s lT2rCTAVG7M23fl a WKfrnT tTfT Cy w THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST mmm Entire to Time 25 Hours Trains Baggage Car Day Coacbe Sleepers run through without change THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST Georgetown to Jacksonville Ala Time 26 Hours Througl keepers without change The Short line oetvscen Cincinnati anu Lexington Kt Time 2lfe Hours JiNOXVILLE AM1EVILLK CUATTANOOOA ATLANTA Direct Connections at New Orleansand Slireve Texa Mexico and California Leave Frankfort via Kentucky Midland Railway vlu Georgetown 546 a marrlveClnclnnatI1025 a m Quicker than any other line All trains arrive at depart from Central Union Depot Cincinnati i or Rutes Mups c address BlKMINUUAM TKNN N C TKNN G ALA Vi 17 11 15 16 portfor FRANK W WOOLLEY D G EDWARDS CC HARVEY G P Vlce Pres CINCINNATI O TA Traveling Pass Agt Lexington Ky rrxaiE OLD KENTUCKY SHORT LINE TO ROUTE Co E D Newport News Mississippi Valley Washington Philadelphia New York Baltimore Old Point and the Sea Shore AND ALL EASTERN CITIES 1891 IN EFFECT JANUARY 4 EAST BOUND Dally 11 Fust Fust Mall Accommo Express Dal dation Exduny 7 4Rnm Dally Â¬ 41 Lexington Winchester Mt Sterling Ashland Catlettsburg Huntington Olive Hill Loulsyllle Lve 9 2 35 pm 6 10 pm 6 65 pin 7 20 pin 9 03 pm 10 30 pm 111 43 pm Arr 11 07 pm to pm u 25 pm 1 11 40 am 3 35 pm 5 35 pin 5 60 pin 6 25 pm 5 25 pm 6 35 pm 7 30 pm 10 16 pm Â¬ WEST BOUND Charleston Lve Huntington Catlettsburg Ashland Olive Hill Mt Sterling Lexington Louisville 11 11 1 1 i 2 4 6 Winchester Arr Arr 5 9 am 12 60 am u uoum 10 pm 6 25 urn 29 pm C 36um 40 pm 68 pin 8 47 urn 32 pm 10 62 urn 12 pm 11 45um 45 pm 12 40 pm 16 pm 4 60 pm 7 15 6 25 am 8 10am 3 45 am n am 12 15n LIMITED VESTIBULED EXPRESS runs dully and has Vestlbuled Pullman Bullet Sleep- Â¬ ers between Louisville Lexington Washington New York und Old Point Comfort This train Is made part of the celebruted IF1 3 O Route East of Huntington on the C FAST MAIL TRAINS runs dally except Sunday between Lexington and Huntington Make di Â¬ rect connections at Huntington with C o At Ashland with S V Ity At Winchester with K 0 R It north and south bound and at Lexlnit- N L S und CN O T P Rail ton with L roads IF 7 ti Â¬ Â¬ WA ISTTIUD LEXINGTON AND OLIVE HILL ACCOMMO DATION dally Connects at Winchester to und from K C Points and at Lexington with L 6 R R for Louisville Ky Â¬ For full Information In regard to Rates Routes ttcuppiyioauy Agent or tins or connecting lines or to 11 E V Huntinoton PundG C L KY M LEXINGTON Ky Gen Pubs Agent Brown G W BAHNKY G A Lexington W 8 HAIHII80N G A Ashland Ky vAfe sauat- - 7TTrfTv7TTSWW ft - fFfixrrlwqMw rpPfl t V 1 f t BE3 13 TIME TROUSER- - SPRING SUITINGS COATINGS INGS AND HATS RV KM COIVIE EARLY AND MAKE YOUR SELECTION r jf I HU LvQs WIN JVfc V A Hi HUMPHRIES Tlie Well Known Popular Remedies CASSE nimjnnniiini uamiiiiiiijivn I f Pleasurevllle i which he had formerly purchased of T Wills Several new buildings under con- Â¬ struction Mr Henry Eastus of Ohristians burg died at the residence of his son P A Eastus of this place last Thursday Died At Capt I N J ohnstons last Wednesday night little Ray- Â¬ mond only child of Goodloe Ham- Â¬ mond and wife Mrs W H Magruder of Hill Spring visited Mrs J W Reeves last Saturday George W Scott of Waddy paid his daughter Miss Annie a short visit at the Central Normal Thurs Â¬ Mr Joe Hughes and wife of Hnrp- moved into their house here and will make it their home G Y Black moved to the farm ers Ferry have J day Mrs E W Easley is visiting her son jam at b rankiort The senior proprietor of this paper has been subject to frequent colds for some years which were sure to lay him up if not doctored at once He finds that Chamberlains Cough Rem- Â¬ edy is reliable It opens the secre- Â¬ tions relieves the lungs and restores the system to a healthy condition If freely used as soon as the cold has been contracted and before it has become settled in the system it greatly lessens the attack and often cures in a single day what would otherwise have been a severe cold Northwestern Hotel Reporter Des Moines Iowa 50 cent Dottles for 22 lm sale by J W Gayle Dr Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs DO YOU COUGH and colds Foleys Cream for rough- Â¬ Do you know that a little cough is a dangerous ness of the skin chapped hands etc thing Are you aware that it often fastens on the Clinic Blood Purifier and Clinic Kid- Â¬ Itinera on rl fur tnn nf fan rim a infr rVmaumrtfin nn1o ney Cure are now on sale by The Le ends in Death People suffering from Asthma Oompte large Gayle Co The Bronchitis Pneumonia and Consumption will allji patronage these preparations have very fitting remarks after which ten you mac Rov Credit spoke for the success of secured springs from their intrinsic i agents When afas the occasion We did not learn the merits by remedial for which they are IT STARTED WITH A GOLD Hi flicted ailments amount raised Can you afford to necrlect it Can vou trifle Prof Monroe of the Normal School recommended you will do well to try 18 6m z with bo serious a matter i Are you aware that is a good president of the H P Club them m a good musical director and singing master and a very excellent teacher Killed by a Falling Tree for Couehs Colds and Consumption is beyond question the Greatest of all and his many admirers say he will Modern Remedies It will stop a Couch in one nicht It will check a CoM in next bo a preacher On February 20th as John H son Miss Blanche Settles formerly of of Robert and Mary E Fleming re- Â¬ j a day It will prevent Croup relieve Asthma and cure Consumption if taken You cant afford to be without it A 25 cent bottle may save you in time tms city is now making her nome in siding near Tioga Franklin county 100 in Doctors bills may Bave your life Ask your druggist for it or write Des Moines Iowa was returning from the spring where to w a hookeb x jo 40 west Broaaway new xotk tor dook Mr J A Chiles a colored lawyer he had been sent by his sick mother lajiwiiniitKKvuiaiMiiaiisHaiiviiimnHauviiauaiHwxiaiaiuaiLatiaiEKiiiaiaKi from Lexington was in the city at- Â¬ the wind was blowing very hard and tending to business before the Court he was struck by a large limb blown Kor Sale by T- AJlTXJ3Zl of Appeals He is the first colored from a tree and instantly crushed attorney who has ever made argu- Â¬ to death Life was extinct when ments before the court he was found May that God who Mrs MaryX Frazier is now teach- Â¬ always hears the prayers of those ing a private school in Bellepoint who love Him hear the prayer of his and has a large attendance mother in behalf of herself and The Industrial Legion Lodge has children and especially of her hus Â¬ elected John Reed as Chairman for band who has never bowed to the 0KALKB8 IN- authority of his Savior May they three months The Industrial Legion Lodge bet- Â¬ all so live as to meet little Johnny Shot and Shells ter known as the Young Odd Fellows in a better world he being too young at their meeting on Wednesday to stain his soul with sin And Ageato for night resolved not to have their Zeke Yocum Thanksgiving service this year as Hand Laflin be impossible to have their If you want to spite your neighbor banner completed in time This steal his chickens if you want to do all Paper Decorations news will be received with regret by him an act of kindness tell him that our people cure HABNESU U3UC PLA3TEB CEMENT GLASS OILS LEAD AND HIXKD PA 018 PICKS Gantors magic chicken cholera We have since learned that the will certainly cure them of cholera 8HOTEL8 CROW BARS DRILLS IRON AND STEEL amount raised at the First Independ- and that it is sold and warranted by t vmL LINE OF SXWES AND FLUE PIPE COB BROADWAY AND LEWIS ST IRAKKEOKT ent Baptist Church rally last Sunday Phil Carpenter Joljlttf was about 181 Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria newly decorated and presented a handsome appearance both inside and outside The church choir was in appearance the finest that has ever filled the seats and their sing Â¬ ing was a surprise to even the church members and Rev Credit himself Rev Erwin opened the meeting with prayer and Rev Turner made some WHY DR ACKERS ENGLISH REMEDY OTitfsm W 3r n E COLLINS j -- BR0 IIDWflfi itill RMnp i IIOO Â¬ Hales Household Ointment Â¬ m Between Tlie Pikes Mr Budge Moore of Stoney Creek visited Miss Annie Moore last Sun- Â¬ day Miss Cora Martin will open a school at Benson in a Bhort time Messrs Bob Semonis and Owen Quire went to Louisville last Friday It would be a good idea for a cer- Â¬ tain young lady to put a bell on her fellow so that when he gets lost from her again it will be more easy to as- Â¬ Side absolutely cures catarrh It cures neuralgia and rheumatism Cures Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum in the most soothing manner Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Cures Coughs and Colds Can be Cuts bruises taken internally burns chilbluins sores of long stand- Â¬ ing corns and bunions are cured quickly different from all else supe- Â¬ rior to all else it has no equal 25 and 50c boxes large size cheapest Sold at Phil Carpenters drug store South 52 Is the finest cure in the world It OUR VERY BEST PEO Â¬ PLE JACOBSWIGERTCO lasrs cTSuKroE GrSi2xrrrs Confirm our statement when we say that Dr Ackers English Remedy is in every way superior to any and all other preparations for tho Throat and Lungs In Whooping Cough and Croup it is magic and relievos at once We offer you a sample bottle free Remember this Remedy is sold on a positive guarantee 0 J W Gayle Druggist Have Removed From the Baltzel Building COST ZMI-A-XlSr certain his whereabouts A Nelly Gray It Works Wonders The tonic and alterative properties of S S S are now widely known and it enjoys wonderful popularity as a spring medicine It is as perfectly adapted to the delicate system of a little child as it is to that of the adult It works wonders on those who use it as a tonic as an alterative and as a blood purifier It gives health strength and heartiness to the sicc and the feeble It is adapted to the very young and the very old It re Â¬ vives renews and builds up the feeble or the broken down system Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria gentleman in Union County Mo who is too modest a man to have his name mentioned in the newspapers was cured of rheumatism by Cham Â¬ berlains Pain Balm after trying other medicines and treatments for thirteen years 60 cent bottles for sale by JStfpjs OKttS Both tho riyrtip of Figs is taken it is pleasant ind refreshing to the taste and acts gently yet promptly on thjjj Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleaijrai the sys head tem ellectually dispels aches and fevers and cuH habitual Syrup of Wgs is the constipation only remedy of its kind ever pro duced pleasing to tho tasto and nc pptillo to tho stomach prompt hi its notion and truly beneficial in its elliTts prepared only from the most horilsy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known try nip f Jmjw is for sale in 50c amftfl bottles ly till leading drug jL ts Any reliable druggist win may not have it on hand will pro euro it promptly for any ono who Do not accept tin wishes to try it substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Â¬ Â¬ STSEET TO H101 AND 102 of short time INN STREETS the Capital HoteL-H- J W Gayle 22 lm Among tlie Colored Citi Â¬ zens Johns The protracted meeting at the St A M E Church is still con- Â¬ tinued this week Elder Turner is being assisted by several visiting pastors The H P Club will hold a mooting during tho coming month to take up the Worlds Fair business so says the president Mrs Julia Sayre is some better this week Miss fiThey will fill this space with tin entirely new advertisement in a THE FIRST SV9IPT03IS OP DEATH Tirod feeling dull headache pains parts of the body sinking at the pit of the stomach loss of ap Â¬ petite fevorishness pimples or sores are all positive evidence of poisoned blood No matter how it became avoid Soisoned it must bo purified to Blood Ackers English Elixir has never failed to remove scrofulous or syphilitic poisons Sold under positivo guarantee 9 J W Gayle Druggist in various ENJOYS method and results when Hs LQIIM1MAMLIULI1I The qatok and direct root from IDQISIILLE 10 IIM5I5 IN TEXAS One hundred and oft mile The BEST FLOUR is the SHORTEST TO LITTLE BOCK And the only Salvisa Miss Martha Williams spent several days in Ilarrodsburg recently tho guest of Miss Tilford Mr Rob Sleets is in tho city visit ing his mother It is tho First Baptist Church instead of tho Independent Church that Capital City Lodgo will use for their service to morrow Sunday was a delightful day to tho meinboiH of tho First Independent Baptibt Church Tho rally was a great success ilmmcially and other Tho church building was wise crowded in tho morning to hoar Rov In tho Mr Garnott of Louisville evening Rov E Evans preached to a good crowd Tho church had been Â¬ Hattio Dean has returned from Â¬ CREANI iwm without change U Tou are coin i of Cars to emigrate to Â¬ able by that terrible cough Shilohs Curo is the Remedy for vou For sale 27 by J W Gayle SLEEPLESS NIGHTS made miser Â¬ FLOUR Snerman Dallas Fort Worth Austin Houstin I This lit the DR ACKERS ENGLISH PILLS Are active and puro For sick hoad acho disordered stomach loss of apÂ¬ petite bad comploxion and billious ness thoy have novor boon oqualed uiLiior in Amuneii or aoroaa J W Gayle Druggist SAN FRANCISCO LOUISVILLE KY CAL NEW YOBK NY made by the Lexington CHEAPEST AND KEST ROUTE Roller Mills Co Lexing- Â¬ No chajixe uf rir to ton Ky For sale by all MONTGOMERY MOBILE MEMPHIS first class Grocers AKD NEW 0RLEAN8 Dont fail to use Cream or further Information rtr Flour if you want good CPATKOIiEePJJ KKNTUCKY- LOUISVIM and a happy Cook Bread If K I MfklhLtkLuteTiiK rtf itix JMui jihjiLkAl- - fc llhiij lMi Urtto i VffArtVjrPPWfTf1 iiHiiHHilHHHIIiBIHHiHiB Wmw9fltfl i- riy rimrw r v An Appeal to the Pocket i SURE BROUldHBHSaffiSIEQ ESgpgHBOB T Will Pi UTCH ARE N TO w Hil Y N MHKSMWHSlSStBIE sa EKttETirCTHrKArM325ESS 5 Air S5 3 grm wrmy m N Snmn rid Idb oo 6 50 a iiwjjy FUHHISHIHG MS 75c 85c 25c We have a tremendous stock and are compelled to close them out so for good strong suit worth 4 50 for good strong suit worth 2 00 for a splendid Jeans coat worth 5 00 for a Leather coat worth 3 150 Caps choice 10c and 50c soiled by fire 1 22 Mens Caps all go for 25c worth 50c and 75c Si 00 for Derby Hat worth Si 75 1 50 for Derby Hat 2 50 flexible worth 2 50 for Derby Hal flexible worth 4 00 A full line of Dunlaps latest styles always in 00 8 00 Will last 10 years 1 I 25 for the very best Jeans pants worth 75 2565 Cassimere suits all must go 33 percent less than former prices M stock 5 00 for splendid Fur Rug 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 S3 25 5 00 up to 7 50 40c Undershirt or Drawers worth 50c Unlaundried Shirt worth 15c Four ply Linen Cuffs worth 20c Fine Mejino Soc worth Scarfs worth 25c for choice of 25 4c for Childrens Handkerchiefs worth worth Boys Yarn Mitts worth 15c Celluloid Collar worth 25c Celluloid Cuffs worth 15c 10c Elegant Suspenders 8c 25c 35c 75c 35c 25c 40c GASH CASH GASH CASH OMLY OVBreoatS 50 CASH ONLY BlRHlRllSliti 1 OierillliS Shoes Shoes CLOSING OUT OUR MAMMOTH STOCK of SHOES We are 50 75c Childs Suit worth 50 1 2 25 2 3 3 5 00 00 50 00 50 4 50 5 50 7 50 3 75c Boys Overcoats age 5 to 10 years worth Si 50 S2 00 Boys long warm Overcoat age 13 to 18 3 3 13 WE WAFT MONEY 255 pairs Ladies Dongola Kid 99c worth 150 pairs Ladies Glove grain 99c worth 50 Boys Overcoat splendid value age to 18 6 50 7 50 9 00 9 50 3 75 5 Mens long warm Ulsters worth 00 6 00 5 Ygi 50 1 1 35 25 3 00 Boys fancy color suit long pants age 5 00 13 to 18 worth 4 50 Boys fancy color suit long pants age 6 50 13 to 18 worth 6 50 Boys fancy color suit long pants age 13 to 18 worth 9 00 7 50 Boys fancy color suit long pants age 13 50 13 to 18 worth 328 pairs childrens knee pants to close at 25c 40c 75c Si and 125 8 50 00 Mens long Chincilla Ulsters worth 14 00 7 oo Mens Fur Beaver Ulsters worth 7 50 Mens long Chincilla Fur Trimmed Ulsters worth 14 00 Sio 00 S12 oo Si5iOO S20 00 will buy you an elegant coat that sold for 40 per cent more money WE NEED MONEY S We Need the Gash One Price to All 1 Only one Price to All B 33 pairs Misses Front Lace School 50c worth 160 pairs Mens Lace and Congress Si 19 worth 75 pairs Boys Lace good value 99c worth 75 pairs Mens Kip Boots at Si 50 worth 60 pairs Mens Kip Boots at S200 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 I 1 1 50 50 2 00 2 50 2 50 25c 75c 65c 3amBHSIKE35Ma rNTTTrrrTTTr7T JZr QTATTTQ isaenMjamvmmwaf uisirille FiTctnkfoirt