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The Volume XIV tt Hayseed We enn Frankfort Komdabout A GEO A LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS KY MARCH Aug vj 88 7 TERMS 100 In Advance FRANKFORT Highest of all in Leavening 1891 Number 26 in His Hair PowerT7 S all of m remember How along nbout September papers used to tell of a caucus or tlio fair The Anil those fellow from the city Used to get almighty witty On the fellow with the durter what had liny seed In hli hair They had fun In Legislatures With the ninn what raised potatoos If by any hooK or rook or chance elected and sent there And those reportorlal frlskers Used to comment on the whiskers And the can ct sack of Illlson who had hay seed In his hair Yes by gosh ho rid his pass out Ann n used to blow tho as out And he used to drink hird elder when ho went out on a teir And he usul to squeeze the dollar Till the buzz ml used to boiler The man cm up ridiculous what had hay seed In his hair Got Report fk V V Rtifol A Bakin rvWMCI 1L M iV rilZLji XjOT- - k T K W I j X asaefflf AD9UW1CLT rUKE Peaks Mill Miss Pearl Jackson has returned to her homo in Louisville DMiss Fannie M Hodges who has been spending several weeks with her sister Mrs Ivy Tutt of Emi- Â¬ nence has returned home Mr Jas W Winter jr a popular young gentleman of this community Suc- Â¬ has gone to Illinois to reside cess to him Mr and Mrs Llewellyn Onan enter Â¬ tained their many friends at their home last Friday evening from 9 un- Â¬ til 2 p m The residence of Mr Fountain Haydon was consumed by fire last week Mr Haydon saved but very little of his household goods and the loss sustained was no little one the time of insurance having just expired Rev W S Giltner of Eminence preached to a large and attentive r 1 Youll obsene a strinno proceeding Tit the fellow with chin whiskers that is slowly Kettlus there And It wont be too surprising If b slowly orcanlliu Old parties limy wikoupand llul tho hay seed In thiil r hair When the fashions chance you fellers Allwlll carry Kreen umbrellas And tiousers wide acioss the seat that make the iludelets sure And In thoe dajs If you p is muster You must wear u linen duster Audit you want to throw on stylo put hay seed In your hair Hut by cum Ifyouio bein refuting An Important Matter Druggists overywhoro report that the sales of tho Restorative Nervine a nerve food and medicine are as tonishing exceeding anything they ever had while it gives univorsal sat- Â¬ Â¬ others state that they never handled any medicine which sold so rapidly or gave such satisfaction Trial bot- Â¬ tles of this great medicine and book on Nervous Diseases free at J W Gayles who guarantees and recom- Â¬ S mends it isfaction in headache nervousness sleeplessness sexual debility back Â¬ ache poor memory fits dizziness Co Troy N Y etc L Burton Ambory Murphy of Battle Creek Co of Mich 0 B Wood worth Fort Wayne Ind and hundreds oi Quality Corner News very scarce The weather is too bad to ride and our people too lazy to walk consequently there is no visiting going on in the neighbor- Â¬ hood We have heard many remarkable stories but Mr Pulliam tells a rat Ho says one which tops them all the rats ate up his horse collars bridles and saddles and then finished off on the trace chains They then had a fight in which a countless number wero killed and ho was compelled to buy a wagon and hire Harrison Semones to haul oil the bodies of tho slain We would adviso our friend Nelly Grey to keep on the look out as our bachelor friend is nearing the matri Â¬ monial brink Mr Obannon Sudduth is toiling day Of and night in his sugar camp courso all children are naturally fond of molasses Perhaps some of your many read- Â¬ ers would like to know whore Qual Â¬ ity Corner is I will toll in my next if I dont forget Little Sue week Welcome to tho Roundabout the Six Mile Gal guess the grippe got her and the owl both How about Tioga Savant Guess the grippe has got him also Surely he has not gone berrying this early in the season Our town is certainly on a boom We are to have an Alliance store in operation in the near future Galen Jones and family will return to Cincinnati this week where he will resume his trade Israel Sharp has returned from an extended trip to Indiana Guess the owl conveyed the news to him that his girl was lonesome Quite a number of weddings have been consummated lately Johnnie Stivers was wedded to Miss Frain last week Owen Mooro will occupy the Brad loy house in this town J It Harrod will occupy the house JF Adams sold in this place We learn a serious difficulty took place between young Downey and Ezra Rodgers last week near Baileys mill resulting in Rodgers getting badly cut with a knife Mrs Wilson Moore has been very ill but is better at this writing W B Moore visited Louisville this Â¬ t- - HsfSPffs K 95c 95c Close Odsehver Bro Giltner is a very enthusiastic worker in behalf of the new Christ- Â¬ ian Church which is about to be erected in this burg Misses Hardin and Nell Bacon are 1 visiting relatives in Frankfort Mr Thos Black and son and H C 1 Church jr returned from Louisville Monday Mr Mitchell of Switzer has late- Â¬ ly moved on the farm of W T Black Esq in this vicinity audience at this place last Sunday Ladies Kid Button Shoes Grain Glove Grain Button Shoes Misses Grain 11 2 Shoes 4 11 2 Womens Front Lace Shoes Lot Womens Heavy Shoes Lot Boys Boots 11 13 95c 80c 75c 75c 50c 50c Liver Are How is your liver working you bilious Are you troubled with constipation Do you feel tired and languid Do you wish to feel well and happy Dr Hales Household Tea will work the marvelous change it removes all biliousness creates a heal appetite and prolongs life 25 and 50c packages sold at South Side Mazey drug store 3 P H Caupenter cough medicines Atalissa Iowa The following item has been going the rounds of the press and as our druggist J W Gayle handles tho goods it may interest our readers Having had occasion to use Cham Â¬ berlains Cough Remedy it gives me to found it Eleasure beststate that I for a coughtoI medicine ever used in fact it cured me of a cough that had baffled seveasESt other N COME BEFORE ALL GONE These Prices R Burnett 26 For Cash Only lm Failures in Life People fail in many ways In busi Â¬ ness in morality in religion in hap Â¬ piness and in health A weak heart is often an unsuspected cause in fail Â¬ tire in life If the blood does not circulate properly in the lungs there is ehortness of breath asthma etc in the brain dizziness headache etc Â¬ In tho stomach wind pain indigestion faint spells etc in the liver torpidity congestion etc Pain in the loft Bide shoulder and stomach is caused by heart strain For all theso maladies Dr Miles New Cure for tha heart and lungs is tho best remedy Sold guaranteed and recommended by J W Oayle Frankfort Ky Troa 3 tiso free Zilpali The grippe is all the go almost epidemic The grippe got hold of your scribo and almost gripped him out Scobeos saw mill is cutting lumber at Scrabble Any ono wanting lum- Â¬ ber will do well to go there Rev J A Head of Monterey visit Â¬ ed W B Moore and family Saturday last John Pet kins and wife of Benson visited Charles Perkins and family Â¬ in this community Saturday and Sun day laBt Thomas Watkins who purchased ago tho Dowden estate somo timo Shori- sold tho samo to Frank has dan near Lebanon umircn xor iuuu John Mooro from noar Oroppors moved to Tom Duncans farm on Backbone creek near this placo this week Wo wondor what has become of f A NASAL INJECTOR free with each bottle of Shilohs Catarrh Remedy Harvieland is on a stand still at Price 50 cents 28 present there is so much mud it is For sale by J W Gayle not safe to bo out Mrs Jennie Ethington of Pleasure IS LIFE WORTH LIVING ville is on a visit to her father and a Nob if you mother Mr and Mrs Robert Penn dyspeptic go through the world Dr Ackers Dyspepsia is Her mother has been very sick but Tablets are a positive cure for tho better at this timo worst forma of Dyspepsia Indiges Â¬ Mrs Martha Penn who has been tion Flatulency and Constipation quite sick with dropsy is improve Guaranteed and sold by ing under the treatment of Dr Green 9 J W Gayle Druggist dons of Atlanta Ga Pinkio Rucker and Mrs Mrs SHILOHS CURE will immediately Adam Huss visited Mrs Robert Penn relieve Croup Whooping Cough and on Monday Bronchitis 28 For sale by J W Gayle Mrs Louisa Scott of Tadpole and Mrs Eliza McQuillen of Frankfort visited Mrs Robert Penn Tuesday TOBACCO LOUISVILLE By Knives Scissors Razors MARKET Mm S M Mnjrrndor and son Willie visited Mrs Aynes Monday Knives Carving Knives Sheep Shear- Â¬ DURRETTf Died On the 18th insC Mrs Maud FURNISHED BY GLOVER ers Horse Clippers from LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Tillet She leaves a husband and a little babe to morn her loss Sales on our market for tho week Died On the 20th Mr Lott John- Â¬ He leaveB just closed amountto 4899 hhdawith son don of Jepthua Johnson receipts of 2674 for the same period a wife to morn his loss Sales on our market since January Killed by a limb falling upon him 1st amount to 29883 hhds Sales of a son of Mr Fleming near Bald Knob the crop of 1890 on our markettodate Mr James W Magrudor made a 18243 hhds Tho markot this week has shown The Leading Hardware flying trip to Shelby count Monday rather more activity than it did atÂ¬ tho close of last week The condiNo Mistake tion of tho market may bo described briefly as fluctuatingly high for tho Is made when you rely upon Dr good and fine grades with somo ir HnlnH TTniiHo hold Ointment for tho regularity in tho good prices being and perfect euro of Catarrh Cold in tho paid for the medium gradescommona steadily low market for Head and all uroncmai auecuons immense This is tho only medicine known that grades Tho sales continue apparent absolutely cure that terriblo and no doubt that the will grow disease Catarrh which it does by willingness on the part of thepresent FK-AOTICLAX-r allaying all inflammation of tho ers to accept rapidly thoguaranteo mucous memorano lining uie nasai markot conditions will and air passages in tho most soothingÂ¬ tho pitching of a largo crop under and pleasing manner You feel re favorablo weathor conditions fairly quotations lief from tho first application and a The followingmarket for hurley continued and through uso of tho roprosont our medicine will offect a radical euro in tobacco AND DEALER IN- tho most stubborn cases of long Trash dark or damaged 2 00 3 00 tobacco Dr Halos Houso hold standing 7 00 3 00 25 and 50c per Oolory trash Ointment is sold at Common lugs not colory 3 50h 5 50 box at South Sidedrug storo 5 00Ji 10 00 pipe Colory lugs P 11 Oaupenteu- 3 given and 7 00f 10 00 Common leaf JOB and work 10 00M 10 00 to good loaf WIIY WILL YOU cough whon Shi Medium flno fillers GUARANTEED 20 00 16 00 Good lohs Cure will givo immodiato relief Solocb toor wrappory Price 10 cts 50 cts and SI FRANKFORT KENTUKOY 27 50 In rear of Salondors Grocery 20 00 loaf 28 For sale by J W Gaylo Harviclanrt R K McCL URE Money - Saved buying Pocket Butcher and Cray Church Merchants Â¬ EDWARD -- CLAASSEN Â¬ Plumber Gas Steam Fitter Gas Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Closets fittings etc strict attention contract all work to k Iiasktltf 1 1 RRKEB WlWIWffWTWmniffWHSlfflMTTWWlTTCntKnwnBroBWKreaiViHiriii uKSmSHF r VRT IfY 7 Wl vr WmFrvrm WpWrVW3 7ffTiJfWTI SAM D JOHNSON Will Open Tiieir CO Spring and summer novelty dress goods Wednesday Personal quite sick for several days Miss Amelia Weitzel left Monday to visit friends in Cincinnati Miss Mary Smith of Simpsonville is visiting Mrs W D Barnett Mrs R K McClure left Thursday morning to visit friends in Louisville Mr P Fall Taylor of Louisville spent Sunday in this city visiting his mother Mrs George A Lewis has been HVEsli ar Â¬ 11 Store room Sold Mr John T Buckley has purchased from Mrs C E Ward the store room on Main street occupied by Mrs James M Hallnan for 4500 Speaking at Bridgeport Â¬ The following members of the Con- Â¬ stitutional Convention will address the people of Bridgeport this afternoon at 2 oclock by invitation of Miss Effle Hill will go to Winches- Â¬ the Farmers and Laborers Union of ter next week to visit Mrs John that place Hons B T Birkhead H R Bourland W F Dorris Drs J Garner B Thomas of Ander- Â¬ D Clardy and Samuel Graham Mr Western son Indiana is visiting his mother in this city House and Lot Sold Miss Louise A Wiard has pur- Â¬ chased from Mr George W Gayle Miss Maggie Dudley who has been his house and lot on the corner of visiting friends in Covington has re- Â¬ Main and Campbell streets South turned home Side for twenty five hundred dollars Col J G Craddock editor of the Mr Gayle and family will remove to Kentuckian Citizen Paris was in the the farm known as the Pickett Wood- Â¬ city Thursday son place two miles above the city Mr ChasKeirnsjr of Covington on the river who has been visiting friends here has returned home to Mrs J Dallas Coke of this city Would Like US Represent been visiting her daughter in has Winchester this week Hon Thos W Scott of the Folks Mrs Chas R Gresham left Monday for a visit to her mother in of Elkhorn precinct Mr L A Owen morning Gogginsville Georgia of the Court House precinct and Newton returned Satur- Â¬ Mr Chas Julian of the Bridgeport Mr Chas day from a sojourn of several weeks precinct are probable candidates for at Hot Springs Arkansas the Democratic nomination for Messrs James Conway and Robert Representative from Franklin county Norwood of Louisville spent Sunday in the Legislature Several precincts in this city visiting friends are yet to be heard from Miss Bessie Braun who has been visiting Mrs Oscar Morris has re- Â¬ To Wed in Missouri turned to her home in Louisville Mrs S Hogan of Midway and Cards have been received in this Mrs M Hogan of Duckers spent the city announcing the wedding of Mr week with the latters sister Mrs M George A Gibbons and Miss Annie J Downey George at the home of the Miss Sallie Robinson of Frankfort Nuckles families of J F Sco brides parents in Lees Summit Misis visiting the souri on the 18th inst The fair young fleld and E A Barnett at Peytona Shelby Sentinel bride to be is a granddaughter of the MiBS Lizzie Downey who hns been late Wm M Todd of this city and a visiting at Hill Spring for the past daughter of R B George Esq for- Â¬ week has returned to her home at merly of Versailles Summer Forest Mrs Lucy Duvall and daughter Tlie Jolinson Property Miss Mary Brown left Thursday Sold morning for a trip of several weeks Orleans to New Mr Pat Newman sr has purchased Miss Florence Stanton and her from Mr Chas F Exum agent of the cousin Miss Senie Oakley of New Jersey went to Fern Bank Ohio this heirs of the late Sidney Johnson the house and lot on East Main street week to visit relatives A Brewer and son Mas Â¬ formerly occupied by Mr Chas E Mrs Henry ter Frank of Eminence spent Thurs- Â¬ Half for 3000 It was announced day in this city the guests of her several weeks ago that the sale had cousin Mrs George A Lewis been made but there was some hitch Miss Clara Crutcher who has been in the trade and it was not closed until spending the past two weeks with Thursday her aunt Miss Belle Giltner return Â¬Â¬ m ed to her home near Duckers MonSuccessful Agent day Col John F Davis and family for merly of this city who have been liv Â¬ Capt Geo W Daniel claim agent ing at Clay City for the past year in this city has been very successful have returned to their old home in of late in getting claims for pension Shelbyville to reside On Wednesday he received allowed MissHermia Combs of Linneus notice from Washington that the Missouri who has been visiting her claims of Frank Updyko and Wm cousin Mrs Geo A Lewis in this city leaves this afternoon for Emi- Â¬ Neal of this city and Wm Coghill nence and will return home from of Stamping Ground three of his clithere on Monday ents had boon granted He has sev Â¬ Mr Henry Brierly who has been eral more which ho expects allowed book keeper for the Kentucky River in a few days as the papers sent in Mills in this city for several yearsÂ¬ have been pronounced all right having secured a position in Louisville has given up his situation hero Tlac Fancy Dress Hop and gone to that city to reside Â¬ Hon W II Crossfleld representa fancy dress hop to bo given at tive in the last Legislature from An Â¬ The Capital Hotel on Wednesday derson county spent Tuesday and the Wednesday in the city witnessing the evening April 1st will bo under the deliberations of the Constitutional management of the Assembly Ball Convention While hero he paid the Club but is gotten up for the purpose Roundauout a very pleasant call of raising funds to assist in the erec tion of a monument to the memory of a lasting and the Confederate soldiers burled in HACKMETAOK fragrant perfume Price 25 and 50 the Cemetery hero Tho more an Â¬ nouncement of tho object Is enough 28 For sale by J W Gaylo to enlist the interest of our citizens and it is hoped everyone will aid the movement to the utmost of their abilitj and render the hop a success Tho monument when erected will help to adorn and beautify our Cem- Â¬ etery as we understand the com- Â¬ mittee having the matter in charge contemplate putting up a very hand some one and to aid them in their undertaking all the pleasure loving young people of the city should at Â¬ tend the hop and induce their friends to do so and thus contribute to a worthy cause fctt M for Infants and Children Caatoria cures Colic Constrpatton Bour Stomach Diarrhoea Eructation Kills Worms gives sleep and promotes di Â¬ A Narrow Escape Caatori is bo well adapted to children that I recommend ita superior to any prescription II A Aacnxa H D known to mo HI So Oxford St Brooklyn K T The use of Castoria is bo universal and its merits bo well known that it seems a work of supererogation to endorse it Few are the intelligent families who do not keep Castoria within easy reach CUOOS MiltTTK D D New York City Late Pastor Bloominfidalo Reformed Church Tn Cbhtau gestion Without injurious medication his health Hon E H Taylor jr will leave in a few days for Florida to recuperate We learn from the Nicholasville Democrat that a fire broke out in the Jessamine Female Institute at 2 oclok on Sunday afternoon but was discovered in time to prevent any serious damage The many friends here of Miss M F Hewitt the prin- Â¬ cipal and those of our citizens hav Â¬ ing daughters and friends attending the Institute will be glad to know that no panic was created among the young ladies and tho flames were ex- Â¬ tinguished with little trouble Â¬ For several years I havo recommended your Castoria and shall always continue to do so as it has invariably produced beneficial results Edwin F Pahdm M D The Wintfarop 125th Street and 7th Ave New York City Company 77 Mdbiut Stbkt New York I every WATERPROOF COLLAR or CUFF BE UP A Great Success Â¬ The initial concert of the Frank fort Glee Club given at the Chapel of the Baptist Church on Tuesday A evening was a perfect success large audience was in attendance all of the young gentlemen compos- Â¬ ing the Club acquitted themselves well and every number received generous applause The reading of Maj H T Stanton was up to his usual high standard and the solos of Mr K Duke Smith who supplied the place of Miss Jennie Morris she being ill were quite a treat It is hoped that a second concert by the Club will be announced in a short time Spreading for Leagnes Around Tho marshy overflowed lands sunken lots and half submerged river banks wliich give them birth tho seeds of malaria impregnate tho air andaro inhaled at every breath by thousands unprovided with any adequato safeguard against tho baneful influence Yet such exist potent alike to remedy or to pro vent puro in its constituents und the professionally recognized substitute for the hate ful drug quinine Its namo is nostettcrfl Stomach Butters a family specific and safe guard foremost not only as an antldotojto miliaria but also as a means ct permanently removing dyspepsia and relieving constipa Â¬ tion liver complaint rheumatism kidney and bladder ailments and nervousness Among invigorants it takes tho llrst place and is also a superb appetizer Use it syste Â¬ matically Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TO TSTot THE MARK to Stoll t 3rcyt to Pisoolopt BEARS THIS MARK THAT CAN BE RELIED ON v TRADE LLUL01D Mark NEEDS NO LAUNDERING CAN BE WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMENT THE ONLY LINEN LINED WATERPROOF COLLAR IN THE MARKET S J THOMPSON -- IS PREPARED TO FILL ALL ORDERS FOR- - DseMs Cut FlQin FOR arid Floral Deigns Funerals TTelepIhoaae OorinQctiori Weddings - - - Louisville Ky Â¬ FOR DYSPEPSIA and Liver plaint you have a printed guarantee 261 on every bottle of Shilohs Vitilizer 33 Sm It never fails to cure 28 For sale by J W Gaylo Com- Â¬ West Jefferson Street tSSB BiDnorQ JOHN T BUCKLEY Queenswnre and Fancy China Tea Sfits 56 pieces 3 Dinner Sets from 850 up The larg Â¬ est stock in Central Kentucky to select presents from iij Nov 7 1889 Â¬ 1wroiiifc Would rather be without bread Residence Marquottte Mich Tho Rov J Eossbiol of abovo placo writes I havo suffered a grout deal und whenever I foel now a nervous attuek coming I toko a doso of Pastor Koonlga Norvo Tonfa and fool rolioved I think ft grout deal of it and vould rather bo without bread thou without tho Touio Our Pamphlet for sufferers of norvouB dl Boaaos will bo sent free to any address and poor patients can also obtain this medicine Iron of churgo from us proparod by tho Ilovorond This romody bus boon PuBtor Ktt iilg of Fort Wuytio Ind for tho pastnow proparod under LIB dlreoton yoars and is Cook Stoves from from 3 up Stoves Tinware and Home Furnishing Goods Heating Stoves 475 up k Plumbing and Gas Fitting Tin Hoofing and Guttering Job woi k of all kinds in both branches done promptly aud guaranteed to be first class UnbyticOENIO MEDICINE CO 60 West BiHiil VJWSXJj Price J W Bottle for t GAYLE Druggist Frankfort Ky 1 CHICAGO Hilira eer CHiten Dt SOLD BY DRUGGISTS ILL per Bottle 6 iSp lwAKrtAMufiJjfm I hnve the largest stock in my different lines to be found in Central Kentucky and at prices that are beyond all competitors Give 111c a call JOHN T BUCKLEY 1 Ii i JrAttli iUkll VJ4F I jili ikV2jriW OTiAtlA - tifciL4ttfMittL h tiki ft ff frftiiririfriiafrifliTft litfiMfirflfft f iittnffiHTif MlffliT FTTOTPiyr rwyviu 9 w ft I-A-- LOOK AT THIS O XT IR T J 1 1ST S Just Received and Will Put on Sale Monday 500 Pairs AT REMARKABLY LOW PRICES s MWVjyiCZEgj hi t H i OE We closed out an entire line of Samples of a large New York Importer T i m I 50 pairs at 50 pairs at 50 pairs at 50 pairs at 50 pairs at 50 pairs at 50 pairs at 50 pairs at 50 pairs at 50 pairs at 75c i j i e I V - Hk n S i- s- t i C DR ESS GOODS 100 125 150 175 o nsr 200 250 300 350 JL O IfcT ID A 2 wfts VfTsg F cPi March 16 17 18 500 We will have our opening and will show an elegant line of PATTERN SUITS DO NOT MAKE YOUR SELECTION OF DRESS GOODS UNTIL YOU SEE OIJR LI NE c jjE3JLJL atXEMLm Ke spectf-u1137- - Purchased AnotIierFvarm ball sentafterhim by ono of the off- Â¬ icers Both were captured at the Ool R P Pepper of this city pur- Â¬ farm house where they were employ chased the Joe Northcutt farm near ed and returned to the Penitentiary White Sulphur Scott county at pub- Â¬ Household Oint Â¬ lic sale last Saturday for fifty two Dr 0 When Baby was sick vro gave her Castorla When she was a Child she cried for Castorla When sho became Miss she clung to Castorla When she had Children sho gave them Castorla i Ityl ment dollars per acre The farm contains Is the finest cure in the world It 208 acres and is considered a bargain absolutely cures catarrh It cures at the price paid neuralgia and rheumatism Cures Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum Changes in Business in the most soothing manner Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Mr Ed Harris has removed his Cures Coughs and Colds Can bo Cuts bruises stock of ready made clothing from taken internally Â¬ chilblains sores of the corner of Main and St Olair burnscorns and bunions long standing aie cured streets to his millinery establishment rminlrlv rlifTpronf frnm nil rlcr- anno 214 St Olair street and Mr Wiley 0 rior to all else it has no equal 25 and Williams will open a green grocery Iftn hnvoo lnnro cirprk nlinnnoof Snl in the room on the corner of St Olair at Phil Carpenters drug store South 52 Side and Main vacated by Mr Harris - Hales 5 Liniment FOR AFE A CHILD KILLED Â¬ OR BEAST ucjFoTme ft92YwFRHEuMATtfM MAN Another child killed by the use 0 URE opiates given in the form of Soothing IPEEDYWWa Why mothers give their Syrup ohildren such deadly poison is surprising when they can relieve the child of its peculiar troubles by using Dr Ackers Baby Soother It contains no opium or morphine Scl by Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria 9 J W Gayle Druggist Capital Hotel wants charcoal 300 EVERYTHING FOR THE To Wed on the 18th Cards of invitation to the wedding of Miss Sue Rodman youngest daughter of Col Thomas Rodman President of the Farmers Bank and Mr Harry GjMallovy of New Albany Indiana which is to take place on she 18th inst are being sent out formerly lived here The groom-to-b- e is at present in the employjlfcrthe but Mason Foard Co at Eddy ville m Wilkes Colt 350000 bushel of 26 2t Incorporation Notice NOTICE THAT ANDREW J APPLE S F Tribut ami Adrian A Almy have Hisodateil aim become incorporated pursuant 10 LAWS E H Barnum of Maitland Mo writes under date Oct 25th as fol- Â¬ lows I enclose you order for Quinns Ointment the bottle I re- Â¬ ceived from you some time since has saved a fine Wilkes Colt for me worth Ask 350000 it is a grand remedy your druggist for it Uncle 2Jeke has Sold Out Mr John A Bell who has been the L N Railroad at Hatton Station for the past six or sev en years has sold his house and small farm adjoining the station to Oapt Smith Cook the Kontucky giant and will probably remove to Louisville to reside Those of our readers who have enjoyed Mr Bells letters to the Roundabout ovor the nom deplume of Zoko Yocum will re gret to know that ho is going to leavo this section agent for the Â¬ this ofilce Wanted A girl or woman to do cooking for small family Apply at Convicts Caught Two trusty convicts omployod up Â¬ on a farm in this county slippod off and came to town Thursday night for a lark Thoy wore run out of a house on Arsenal Hill by tho polico and in making his cscapo ono of them went ovor tho hill down on tho Kontucky Midland railroad In tho descent ho foil and hurt his hand and narrowly escaped stopping a pistol ly do you good if you have a Cough Cold or any trouble with Throat Chest or Lungs Dr Kings New Dis- Â¬ covery for Consumption Coughs and Colds is guaranteed to give relief or money will be paid back Sufferers from La found it just the Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria thing and Grippeits use had a speedy under and perfect recovery Try a sample bottle at our expense and learn for Notice no Poison yourself just how good a thing it is W K Utterback has the best com- - Trialbottlesfree at Phil Carpenters tound known as tho H I Joys so Drug Store Large size 50c 100 3 ution for dressing mill picks and hope the distillers and millers of the Darbys Propliylactic surrounding counties will give me their patronage in that line Perfect Use it in every sick room Wil satisfaction given and reference also keep the atmosphere pure and References are E If Taylor jr Sons J W Johnson and others wholesome removing all bad odors Shop on tho Louisville and Frank from any source fort turnpikes near public school Will destroy all Disease Germs infection from all Fevers and all Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria contagious diseases The eminent physician J Mari- Â¬ I on Sims of New York says Specimen Cases f am convinced that Prof Darbys S H Clifford New Oassel Wis was troubled with Neuralgia and Prophylactic Fluid is a most valu Rheumatism his Stomach was disor- Â¬ able disinfectant 21 dered his Livor was affected to an alarming dogreo appetito foil away and ho was terribly reduced in ilesh Buckleiis Arnica Salve and strongth Threo bottles of EIoj The best salve in the world foi tric Bitters cured him Edward Shepherd Harrodsburg Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt 111 had a running sore on his leg of Rheum Tetter Fever Sores oight yoars standing Usod tliroo Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns bottles of Electric Bitters and seven boxes of Bucklons Arnica Salvo and and all Skin Eruptions and posihis log is sound and well John tively cures Piles or no pay reSpeaker Catawba O had fivo largo quired It is guaranteed to give Fovor sores on his log doctors said Â¬ perfect satisfaction or money re ho was incurable Ono bottle Elec tric Bitters and ono box Bncklens funded Price 25 cents per box Arnica Salve cured him ontiroly For sale by South Side drug store Sold by tho South Side drug store P II Carpenter 5 iy 3 P II Oakpentek 1 It will cost you nothingand will sure- Now Try Tltis Â¬ THE JROW you need trees plants and vines You will save money and get stock tnie to name We pay no agents but sell direct to the planter Chapter 50 or tho General Statutes Tuuttheiiame Millions of trees plants and vines are bearing of the corporation thereby formed N the Capital everywhere In Kentucky and Judge us by their Mining lumber and Oil Company The principal fruit A straw berry and general nursery cata Â¬ logue on application to nluce of trnisiictlnir the business K Frankfort Ky The general nature of the business to be U F HILLENMEYER Lexington Ky Feb 21 3m tranacted Is purchasing and accepting leases of belling 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 sellliii 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 upon royalty basis or work Â¬ of ONTARIO VETERINARY C0L ing mining or drilling the lands of others upon lege Toronto Canada Ofilce at Church Brew Â¬ roalty basis or any oue or more of suth pur Â¬ livery stable feb7 2m poses combined at any place In the State or Ken tucky together with the building or operating ot 11 hotel or hotels store or stores t mm war or rail way eonnectlni the Coimiinvs nronertror works with a railway navigable stream turnpike or other hlgway the construction of derricks en Â¬ gine houses tanks boiler houses Ac the lajlug ot pipe lints ana an tmngs necessary iur operat Â¬ ing tor oil gas salines or minerals and such TAKK WHY NOT lieu BUY DIRECT FROM DR WB SOOTT Veterinary Surgeon Â¬ Â¬ other Incidental operations as shall better enable the Company to carry on the principal business The amount or the capital stock shall be 150000 divided Into shares or 100 each paable at such times and oji such terms as the Hoard or Directors of the Company may determine unit pament or subscription prices or any or all or the stock or the Companj may be made In lauds or Interests or estates In land or minerals or timber In or upon lands or mineral rights In lands as the Hoard or Directors may determine The cor Â¬ poration shall commence- on the llllngortlio ar ticles or Incorporation In the proper oillce and terminate at the expiration of twenty live jears next therafter rheaifalrsor thecorpuratlon shall be conducted by a Hoard or the Directors and a President Vice President Seer tiry and Treas Â¬ urer and such other oillcers as the Hoard may deÂ¬ termine The Hoard or Directors shall ue elected by the stockholders 011 the lirst Wednesday In October of each jear beginning In 1KJ1 and the i other otllceis shall be elected by the Hoard or Directors on the same day and all olliceis shall hold their oilices respectively until their succes Â¬ Until tho election sors are elected and iiualliled Appiehee ri V J Trabue in lttJl Andrew Adrilu A Almy William Duke and Charles Dukoshail be the Directors and William Duke Trabue tho Vice Piesl the President S F dent timl Andrew J Applebee Secietary and Treasurer or the Company One person amy The nUh act as both Secretary and Treasurer est amount of Indebtedness or liability to which the corporation may at any time subject Itself shall not at any tluKVjjycceed one thlii of theÂ¬ capital stock then iiiithorTed Tho pilv ito prop erty or themembeis and the stokltolers shall be exempt from liability Tor the del s of the corporation Â¬ 1 IS CREAM Roller Extract m WBr CREAM Extract to jlo rTTT3 TiTiem JOSUOi uui BUT EITHER nr rttr rbuuiv GOLD MEDAL IDOL KING or SILVER MOON IS A GOOD FLOUR FOR THE MONEY lUlim IV FttANKFOKT FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT MAM 11 7 1MU NCW 1D 31 lU BJCllSOK was in this town on the 2d Give us Revenue Assignments another call Mr Shannon I think that you have softened some of the Following are tho assignments of hard shell farmers The lion 1 O Demaree the great revenue offlcers to distilleries in and Democratic orator of Defoe deliver Â¬ around Frankfort for the month of ed a speech horo last Fridav night March which was attended by only a few STOKKKEinEKS and applauded only hy the Rev J M a F BROWER A CO Mr W D McChesnoy was sipviofnt eil Postmaster at Benson Station this county on Friday last to suc ceed RovL P llulett resigned Â¬ i ILocniccl Mr Jack Bradley formerly a ganger in the revenue service has located at his old home in George town and resumed tho practice ol law Â¬ Taken to Katton H w K The remains of a young man by the name of Samuel Tinnell who died in this city on Monday with con- Â¬ were taken to his old sumption near Ilatton Tuesday afternoon home for interment K i A Louisville SBelejratioii Tuesday eighteen negroes tiary and three white There sentences aggregate ninety four and a half years on Sheriff Bell and Deputy Jailer Kel ley of Jefferson county brought up twenty one prisoners to the Peniten- Â¬ 6 Running tlie Line A corps of engineers are engaged in running the preliminary line for a new railroad from Georgetown to Cynthiana Mr Harry I Todd jr of this city left Tuesday to join the party New County Physician Dr George NV Chinn having re Â¬ signed the position of County Physi- Â¬ cian Dr G F Thompson has been appointed to till the vacancy by the County Court and has entered upon the discharge of his duties Sold His Filly Mr Dave Moore of Benson has sold his fine Hulker filly to Mr Jos Stoddard Moore for a fancy price She will be put in training in a short time and it is expected that she will enter tho 230 list before the season is over A Good One Mr W L Collins of this county purchased a few days ago from of Wood- Â¬ Mr Thomas Thompson d a county ford steer weighing 2500 pounds for 5 It is not often that cents a pound s ge will attain such a a steer of that three-year-ol- heavy weight v Here it is and it fills the bill much better than anything we could say It gives me the greatest pleasure to write you in regard to Chamberlains Cough Remedy During the past winter I have sold more of it than any other kind and have yet to find any one but what was benefited by taking it I have never had any MANY UNDER PREVAILING CONDITIONS merely medicine in my store that gave such to death by 1Imiim Dr R Goldstein J M Roney because the ow ners full to take measured to pre universal satisfaction serve their health Druggist Geuda Springs Kansas 50 cent bottles for sale by J W Gayle The well known optician has his DR JOS HAAS office at the Hotel Kenyon and will 26 lm remain in our city several days long- Â¬ WE ARE- er Parties suffering from neuralgia Defoe or weak and debilitated eyes should consult tho Dr and be relieved of Weather quite disagreeable at this this trouble All errors of accom- Â¬ writing modation and refraction corrected The above articles with every paper sack of flour Ask your grocer Mr Johnny Stivers of this place Nothing but the finest eye glasses Â¬ for Miss Christie Frain of Shelby and spectacles furnished Eyes exand 2G 2t county were united in marriage at amined free on J C Deakins near Shelbyville are P nutty Remedy M Sog the 24 inst Those no1- expected WE CAN AND DO off first the ones who get ImmI MieeesMully lor IB pnrs Guarantee Dr Ackers Blood Elixir In paper sacks Every sack warranted has Disease Disease Will Autht Piewnt It seems that the ball one gone to Cor it has been fully demonstrated to Expel Worms Stop gives it the people of thiB country that it is the Cough Increase the rolling again and when Hfhli and Hasten Mattnlty a kick some one else has to try it ouperior to all other preparations for MUCKS 6250 SI 21 and fiOc peruke 231b The largest packages aie the cheap It seems that Mr J F Claxon is Dlood diseases It isaposftivecuro forÂ¬ can tl2 erup est going to give the ball a turn at least spnuitic poisoning uicers For Sale by suspicion runs that way He has tions and Pimples It purifies the town has it whole system and thoroughly builds us fcuje4rw vii fr rented a house in this well furnished and says lie is going up the constitution 9 J W Gayle Druggist FRANKFORT KY to make but one more trip to Monterey Ask for Testimonials swine will ARE YOU MADE miserable by In- Â¬ ZiT HokoIckj a pamphlet on a two cent Miss Fannie Rucker is visiting Mrs digestion Consumption be mailed Dizziness stamp to anyaddiebs on receipt ot Mamie Moore at this place Loss of Appetite Yellow Skin Shi Geo Baugh and Herbert Black lohsVitalizer is a positive cure Joe Haan V S 28 For sale by J W Gayle visited Louisville last week Indianapolis Intl THE GREAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY FOR Rev W W Spates preached a very Miir7 Ciii Sun Dont Forget interesting discourse hero last day evening If von are gofnypest that the St Louis Air Line run Mrs Nancy Louisville trains in the world between Died On the 1st inst tho finest SALT RHEUM ECZEMA WOUNDS BURNS Bohannon at the age of 00 years and Louibvillo and St Louis Trains She was a bright and in Â¬ leaving at 810 a m daily equipped 9 months c SORES CROUP BRONCHITIS telligent old lady until a few years with Pullman perfected sally steam She heated day coaches parlor and din back when she lost her mind was living at the time of her death at ing cars Trains leaving Louisville Send throe two cent stamps for froo samplo box nnd book her sons Joshua Bohannons near at 915 p m equipped witli day this place coaches and Pullman drawing room ID-v-SO- K 41 Mr Robert Rucker started on last sleepers If you wish comfort sally and Anamnliletof Information and ab Friday for Missouri but after as far stractor too inwsBiiowiritf now to as Louisville changed his mind and quick time bo sure and call for tick Obtain raicnis caroms Truao FOR MEDICINAL BATH TOILET AND NURSERY PURPOSES vMarks copyrisntBi tent jrec rnni buck Ktav at home Bob Mis ets via phe Air Line Any information Addrou MUNN CO regarding maps rates etc will bo souri is no place to make a fortune Ilrondwar v3ul How xoru promptl furnished by writing to TAR OID CO CHICAGO ILL- Miss Pinkie Jesseo of this place s B L Bryant sale by ZEZKXX For visiting friends at Croppers Station Trav Pass Agt Dec 13 ly Louisville Ky 10 tf Mr R J Shannon of Flag Folk Dr J F lessee made a speech on mores distillery No 05 Farmdale Brown Orlando night W A Gaines the Leland Stanford Land Loan Bill Co No 1 Frankfort during which he was cheered and Blackburn A V additional Geo applauded by all The Doctor is a T Stagg Co No 2 near Frankfort good hpeilcer and liked by all Finnell L H day V A Gaines JlMHO Co No 1 Frankfort McGillaway John day Labrot Mr James Lambert of Now Bruns Â¬ Graham No 52 near Frankfort 1 was badly wick Illinois says Mitchell F A day George T afflicted with rheumatism in the hips Stagg Co No lij near Frankfort and legs when I bought a bottle of Owen W R additional E II Tay Â¬ Ghamberliins Pain Balm It cured lor jr Sons No 13 near Frank Â¬ mo in three days I am all right to- fort day and would insist on every one Phelps Z J day George T Stagg who is afflicted with that tumble Co No 2 near Frankfort disease to use Chamberlains Pain Rummans J D night Labrot Balm and get well at once For sale Graham No 52 near Frankfort 120 lm by J W Gaylc Scolield F Mnight John Cochran Co No 7 near Frankfort Smith K D day John Cochran Uncle ESsrain ifc Co No 37 near Frankfort Smoot J II night George T The performance of Uncle Hiram AND last evening was all that was promised Stagg Co Nos 2 and 113 near FrankThe piece is a good clean healthy fort production vastly superior in tone Stivers F P additional W A Co No 1 Frankfort and sentiment to many of the dramas Gaines Stuart G W day W A Gaines of the present day The character of Uncle Hiram is by no means over- Â¬ Co No 10S near Frankfort Sugden Jonas night E H Taylor drawn or distorted He is the plain Sons No 53 near Frankfort and cunning Yankee farmer the like jr Webb of which can be found in every more No Isaac night J M Blake 90 near Frankfort Mr down East school district Willis S T additional Geo T Woodhull certainly has studied the Yankee character so well does ho Stagg Co No 113 near Frankfort IN Wood M F night W A Gaines portray it The members of the Co No 100 near Frankfort company took their parts well especially Mr Davenport Bebus as GAUGERS Robert Callinton Mr W C Talbott Berryman J W to Labrot FINE MEDIUM AND LOW PRICED GOODS as Arthur Murdock and Mr J J Sheridan as Senator Kind Easton Graham No 52 and E II Tavlor Sons jr Pa Sunday Call Long J 11 to John Cochran Co Â¬ At the Opera House Tuesday even- and Geo T Stagg Co No 2 ing Lewis J B special duty with rev- Â¬ enue agent We have met the enemy and they Pinkerton S D to W A Gaines The greatest Largest and Best Assortment in Kentucky and at said Commodore Perry are ours Co No 106 and Glen Spring Distill- Â¬ thus telling the story of the battle of ery Company Money saving Prices Lake Erie And it is also a fact that Walcutt C M to J N Blake Dr Bulls Cough Syrup is no sooner more and G T Stagg Co No 113 used than the cold is conquered and Weitzel JUto WA Gaines Co the cough disappears and E H Taylor jr Sons rectifi- Â¬ ers There is a madness in neuralgic pains which none but sufferers know STOREKEEPERS AND GAUGERS Pity the universal world dont know Â¬ Nash J D to Mullens Crigler that this madness is cured by Salvation Oil the famous lotion for man No 105 Stamping Ground Shepherd S S to J J M Saffell and beast No 91 Frankfort Lives of great men all remind us Carpets Furniture Wall Paper Draperies that if we cannot do more we canÂ¬ tell our neighbors how Ganters mag- miles Nerve and Liver Pills ic chicken cholera cure restored our chickens that were sick enough to An LEXINGTON KY important discover They act MAIN AND BROADWAY die to perfect health and that if it Mar - ly fails your money will be refunded by on the liver stomach and bowels through the nerves A new principle Phil Carpenter They speedily cure billiousness bad m t Money and Suffer Â¬ taste torpid liver piles and constipa- Â¬ Save tion Splendid for men women and ing children Smallest mildest surest 50 doses for 25 cents Samples free at One feature of the thousand of J W Gayles Frankfort Ky 45 ly been given in testimonials that have gffEMffiHEIi behalf of S S S is remarkable In numbers of instances it is related Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria that a great deal of time and money have been spent in a vain effort to secure relief from disease in the usual wav A knowledge of the virtues of Swifts Specific would have saved the time and money to say nothing of the prevention of the suffering There ILL 1THSONS HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST A Jttt will pmsciit need be no such mistakes made now me the estate ot W L to law on or them to before tho iii The great blood purifier is for sale by llrt mweii Mil conling L ila ot lbJl IUIINsON druggists everywhere and the S S Assignee or W L Jett S company in Atlanta will send to And a great variety of articles any address their Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases free and apamph let containing a few of the thousands of testimonials they have recieved from those who have experienced the benefits of this wonderful medi- Â¬ cine In order to induce our customers to buy flour packed in m Â¬ Bashford J W day J N Blake We stmt tJic New Year with new and Comprehensive Lines of CARPETS FURNITURE WALL PAPER DRAPERIES FINISH Â¬ IK J C F BROWER 7- CO FRE5 TO EVERYBODY NOTICE J Tinware Glassware Wire Goods foodenware DOOM no Useful for Kitchen and Household Use Â¬ PAPER SACKS -- GIVING AWAY AND - ui J E VICTOR FLOUR CO Â¬ Â¬ J W GAYLE MILES PILES SON TAR OID PILES P price so TK R O a Â¬ Â¬ w cents I i fB RATEK l OAEPBNTEE I Ji id mAkfc latrnJx juLii ilbJiu tkwi ktdJtJbkiijiii1iMl I ggsimtaBss jJMifttflfflnfii Snail SODNDflBOU T- - supDiemnet F0 XIV I3iT - NUMBER 3SvBlvEOKI2s4 Thompson 08 Emma Hcrndon 09 Bernteo Wright 08 Olara Herndon 08 Annie Rincr 07 Joseph Hieatt 06 Carrie Hedges 06 Minnie Horn 26 don 05 Chester Herndon 04 04Harve Edle Herndon 04 Collins Wright Wright 02 John Hieatt 02 Sue Pow- Â¬ THE TALBOTT SALE at Wednesda7 10 oclock ers 86 Q D y At the family residence on West Grand nvnue north ot Governor street at 1220 a m Monday Feb 23 1891 Mrs Auqusta L Par kinson widow of John J PARKINSON eldest daughter and child of the late Dr A A Patteson aged 49 years The funeral services will be held at the resi- Â¬ dence on West Grand avenue near Govenor street this morning at 10 oclock the Rev T D Logan of the First Presbyterian Church officiat- Â¬ ing The Interment will be In the Farmlngdale cemetery ten miles west of the city Mrs Parkinson was born at Forks of Elkhorn Franklin county Ky March 12 1842 and came to this county with her parents In 1868 She was unletd in raarraige Nov 9 1865 to John J Par- Â¬ kinson a noble true hearted man who preceded her to the grave some years ago Of this marriage were born seven children of whom live survive to mourn the loss ot both parents To the many friends of her girlhood days and acquaintances of more recent years the news of Mr Parkinsons death will bring deep sorrow Her life was one of gentleness and good deeds and Into her home Ufa was brought all the blessed and healthful In- Â¬ fluence that radiates from a refined ami cultured mind and a soul filled with the power of Gods grace Her early training was such as eminently luted her to be the guide and companion of the young and not only as the wife and mother In her own house but as the beloved and Idolized elder daughter and sister she occupied u place in the family that can never be lllled In her girlhood she enjoyed the privilege of receiving from her grandfather John Lewis of Llangoll n a gent ema i of rare scholarly attainments and a teRCher ot high repute a thorough education and amid the blessed influences of a Christian home she developed those traits of character which adorned her womanhood with such nobil- Â¬ ity She was called to mourn the loss within two short weeks of her eldest two children and afterward of her husband but In all her trials she but clung closer to the arm of her Saviour and bore with meek submission the sorrows ot her lot When her final hour came she entered the dark valley of the shadow ot death with a psalm and a prayer upon her lips confidently committing her orphaned children to tho God of the fatherless To those who watched beside her bed It seemed rather a scene of triumph than of death and turou h their tears ibey looked ui prd with her toward the haven of rett which lies beyouu the ttars PABKINSON Hancock Teacher PI Soulier I4J1 Kas l T Â¬ Religious We would miles STOCK FARMS IN CEN ONE OF THE NIDEST will be given immediately Ky Possession As executor under the will f the lato GuHtavua Talbott I will at 10 oclock on Wednesday March 25 1891 on the premises where Gurtavus Talbott lived and died near Stedmnntown about four miles east of the city of Frankfort Franklin coun ty Ky sen to the highest anu best bidder the en tire Talbott farm and all the personal property owned by said Talbott at the time of his death The entire property to be sold consists of tho fol Â¬ lowing real and personal estate 1 The home farm lying on the Stedmantown pike and between the pike and Main Elkhorn consisting ofbetweenl0andl75acres In line con- Â¬ dition and susceptible of laying out a half mile teottlng track well watered with n largo barn and orchard with a field of some twenty acres sown In wheat The Kentucky Midland railway dlvdes this beautiful farm Into two nearly equal parts with delightful building sites on both This firm fronts on the turnpike road for nearly half n mile Each part will be first offered ns n separate farm and then both will be offered together as one farm and it will bo sold whichever way It will bring the most money The widow has accepted the provisions of the will and the farm will be sold free from all claims for dower or homesteid and clear title ulven and the purchaser can have possession at once and raise a crop the present year The terms ot sale as to the land will be One fourth cash and tho other three fourths In ono two and three years with six per cent Inter- Â¬ est from day of sale 2 Thirty or forty head of cattle Including a number of milch cows 3 Eight or ten head of horses Including good brood mores and colts 4 A large lot of stock hogs o the very best breed 5 All the waions buggies reapers binders and farming Implements on the place 6 Quite a number of barrels ot Mr Tabotts celebrated cider vinegar and some of his celebrated old hams 7 All the corn and other feed not used up by the Â¬ Â¬ 94ffl8ISkU0 IIBSsEi3i MILE6 ministers and officers ot churches in the cttyif they wou4d furnish us with any announcements which they may wish made be greatly obliged to the lTmAwmtmfmL immmmwmmtm msm THE SHOKTEST AND QUICKEST mbSSkmWmWiffiCSHm as - m Rev A Shelverton will preach at Cedar Chapel Methodist Church to morrow morning at 11 oclock Rev W C Taylor the pastor will Georgetown to s Time 25 Hours Entire Trains Baggage Car Day Coache Sleepers run through without change THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST fi occupy his pulpit at the Baptist Church to morrow morning at 11 oclock a m and 730 p m The usual services at Ascension Church to morrow morning at 11 oclock and 730 p mwillbo conduct-Â¬ ed by Rev E A Penick the rector Rev W G Neville the pastor will occupy his pulpit at the Southern to morrow Church Presbyterian morning at 11 oclock and 730 p m as usual Georgetown to Jacksonville Ala ftEaik ifj Time 26 Hours Througl Sleepers without change line between Cincinnati and Lexinoton Ky Time 21 The Shor Hours Rev J McOlusky Blayney D D Bale will occupy his pulpit at the First day of 8 Twenty shares 110 each of stock In the Frankfort National Bank with the understanding 0 C H4RVEY D Presbyterian Church to morrow at 11 that It bids are not satisfactory the stock will be Vlr Pres CINCINNATI withdrawn and sold thereafter at private sale a ra and 730 p m Rev Father Lambert Young the pastor will conduct the services at Kentucky of personal property for less than 20 All sales personal Sales be the Church of the Good Shepherd to- Â¬ will willfor casha credit ofofsix months property over 20 the purchas be on day of morrow First mass at 8 a m Sec- Â¬ er to give his note on the securitysale payable at with Interest at personal bank with good ond mass 1030 a m Vespers at 3 6 per cent nd the property purchased to be at Â¬ for Texa Mexico and California Leave Frankfort via Kentucky Midland Rallwaj via Georgetown 546 a marrlveClnclnnatll02S a m Quicker than any other Hue All trains arrive at depart from Central Untot Depot Cincinnati For Rates Maps Acnddreo FRANK W WOOLLEY Traveling Pass Agt Lexington G Ky G O VI Knoxville Tkns N C 17 Abbeville 11 ChattanoooaTenn 15 Atlanta Birmingham Ala 16 Direct Connections at New Orleansand Shrevt port EDWARDS P TA Would now Its wearied vision c ose Woul l child like on His love repose Who glveth His beloved sleep For one my heart that erst did go Most like atred child at a snow Whose s through tears the murmus leap 9 All such other articles not speHtlcally enumerated as might be expected to be found on the rarm oi one oi inc neaiesi ana uesi runners in Â¬ Rev George Darsie will occupy his pulpit at the Christian Church Tho deceased was a cousin of atll oclock No night service Messrs W J and W H Lewis of The Young Peoples Society of JOHN L SCOTT this county and Geo A Lewis of Christian Endeavor meets in the Executor of the estate ot iustavus Talbott Henry Show alter Auctioneer this city chapel at 7 p m Frankfort ky March 3 1891 Mar 7 And friends dear fronds wlrnlt strillbe That this low breath Is gone from mo And round my bier ye come to weep Lt one most loving of you till hay not a tear must oVr her fall He glveth His beloved sleep Springfield Ills Monitor p m the purchasers risk as soon as tho note Is given This Isn rare chance to become the purchaser of one of the most desirable stock farms in en tral Kentucky with much of the stock raised and handled by one of the neatest ind best farmers who ever adorned the honorable art of husbandry In Kentucky All are Invited to attend the sale of this most desirable property KffllU EnC AND -i taw i ku Shortest and quickest between CipiMTI Frankfort FRANKFORT 3t Only direct line between Pleasureville Grippe has got us Silas Reeves and Thomas tfaysville CiViim Fal Â¬ this place Sunday morning at 11 Shuck oclock and 730 p m OLD KENTUCKY ROUTE mouth and CoTington went to Shelbyville Tuesday The Sunday school meets at 930 J W Parker and little Pearl of Newport News 4 Mississippi Valley Co E D Midway spent a few days visiting AM The Epworth League convenes in ASK FOR TICKETS VIA K the family of J W Reeves this week MIDLAND SHORT LINE TO the class room at 645 P M Miss Etta Rogers of the Central Mr Henderson extends a cordial Washington Philadelphia Normal will visit her parents near TBAINS HUN BY CENTRAL STANDARD TIME Waddy to day and Sunday invitation to the members of the New York Baltimore Mr J W Reeves has been sick Constitutional Convention to attend TIME TABLE DEC 15 1890 Old Point and the Sea Shore this week these services AND ALL EASTERN CITIES p m A M pm Everybody seems to be moving For Rent A two story house with this week IN EFFECT JANUARY 4 1891 No 1 No 3 No 7 TRAINS EAST 7 rooms Cor Murray and Campbell Pass Pass Mixed Miss Katie Cooper of Missouri is streets Apply to W J Hughes 327 Fast Fast Mall Accommo5 45 attending the Central Normal again Murray street Lv Frankfort 12 n 3 00 Oall EAST BOUND Express datlou 11 tf 5 58 12 25 3 12 Dally Elkiorn Exduny Dally this session 3 20 607 Swltzer 12 43 6 23 1 07 stampr g Ground 3 34 Chance to buy Encyclopedia Britnnicn George Muse had the misfortune to 1 47 3 58 7 Ar G nreptown et his front tooth knocked out a few at 150 per volume Guaranteed to be Louisville Lve 2 85 pm 11 45am 5 25pm Lv Genrgtn via Q C 660 6 10pm 40um Lexington 7 24 3 06 41 ays since We think it high time only exact reprint 6 35 pm Ar Cincinnati 6 65pm 12 45pm Winchester 10 15 600 Gil 7 20 pm 7 80 pm Mt Sterling 125 pm the boys leave off troubling George 6 65 205 405 3 35 pm 10 15 pm Lv Georgetown 9 03 pm 15 It K McCLURE Ullve Hill 7 11 at the expense of others Let them 2 25 4 20 Newtown 10 30 pm 5 35 pm Ashland 7 22 2 45 4 31 Centrevllle pick on a sound mind at least 50pm 43pm 7 41 3 15 4 50 Billiards and Pool Lovers of Catlettsbiirg Arr 10 07 pm 5 25 pm 11 6 ArPnris Huntington Keno billiards and pool will find Wiley O 753 Lv Paris viai K C 10 44 637 Covington Williams hall on St Clair street WEST BOUND 6 45 10 50 - will preach at the Methodist Church in Rev H G Henderson A M Georgetown and Paris Car Â¬ THE lisle iar ffi -- va a Fairview open 25 tf Ar Cincinnati Lv Paris via K C The la grippe is here calling at every door The school at this place olosed last Friday after a term of six months Mr John Hamilton is in Louisville tliis week on business Mr John W Shoush and family have moved into our midst from Shel- Â¬ by county Mr Lee Cardwell and family of uwen county spent several aays wicn Mr J L Hieatts family this week Misses Oordie Hieatt and Belle Herdon were the guests of Mrs O N Riner Wednesday Mr Willie Hamilton of Mt Sterl- Â¬ ing is visiting his Uncle John Mrs John Bodkins is quite ill at this writing Mr James Bodkins and family have recently moved to Middlesborough where Mr Bodkins will accept a posi- Â¬ tion with tho Briok and Tile Manu Â¬ facturing Co Roport of Fairview School month ending February 27 1891 Newel IBILsriES STOCK lEPuLblic Sale AT Charleston Lve Huntington Cutlettsburg Ashland Olive Hill Mt Sterling 11 1 1 1 2 4 Winchester Lexington Arr Louisville Arr 6 5 9 12 50 am 10 pm 6 00 am 6 25 urn 29 pm 10pm 6 35 am 5a pm 8 47 nm 32pm 10 52am 12pm 11 45ura 45pm 12 40pm 15 pm 4 00 pm Ham Ar Maysvllle Lv Paris via K C 3 45 am 6 25am 7 15am 8 10 am 12 15a u Carlisle 8 43 10 10 755 5 37 625 765 5 37 6 15 1127 Winchester 12 10 p m 35 Ar Richmond 720 if d m a TRAINS WEST Lv Richmond via KC house door In the city ot Frankfort on EXFCUTOR OF THIS LATE S B UTTER AS back I will offer at public sale at the Court- Â¬ M M P 31 i M No 2 No 4 No 8 No 12 Pass Pass Mix Mix Lv Maysvllle via K C 520 6 50 Carlisle Fifty six shares ot stock In the Frankfort Na Â¬ 7 40 Ar Paris tional Bank In lots to suit purchaser The stock Lv Cincinnati via KC being sold for tho purpoie of closing up the East of Huntington on the C O Route Is Covington estate only J C HOPKINS Ar Paris Executors B Uttterback deceased FAST MAIL TRAINS runs dally except Sunday Feb 28 6t 8 30 between Lexington and Huntington Mnke di- Â¬ L Paris Centrevllle 860 O At rect connections at Huntington with C 9 02 Newtown Ashland with S V Ry At Winchester with K Â¬ C R R north and south bound at Lexing- Â¬ Ar Georgetown and L S and CN O T P Rail Â¬ Lv Clntl via Q ft C 7 00 ton with roads 9 52 Ar Georgetown 9 54 Confirm our statement when we say LEXINGTON AND OLIVE HILL ACCOMMO- Â¬ Lv Georgetown Stamping Ground 10 19 that Dr Ackers English Remedy is DATION dally Connects at Winchester to and Swltzer 10 36 C Points andat Lexington with L S R from in every way superior to any and all It KLouisville Ky 10 44 Elkhorn for 11 00 Ar Frankfort other preparations for tho Throat Monday April 6th 1891 EXPRESS runs LIMITED VESTIBULED dally and has Vesttbuled Pullman Buffet Sleep- Â¬ ers between Louisville Lexington Washington New York and Old Point Comfort This train is made part of the celebrated train train train train 6 10 7 15 1 05 1 68 Winchester Paris 748 2 83 1 60 3F 3F V-- 3 20 4 10 220 2 2li 5 37 6 00 6 25 6 88 4 50 OUR VERY BEST PEO PLE LN 90 704 400 7 06 520 535 fa M fcja ft w 5 55 7 04 7 7 7 8 31 4 W 10 6 50 7 29 7 65 8 15 and Lungs In Whooping Cough and Croup it is magio and relieves at once We offer you a sample bottle free Remember this Remedy is sold on a positive guarantee 9 JTW Gaylb Druggist 845 For full information In regard to Rates Routes Ac apply to any Agent of this or connecting lines or to H E V G W G A C L Brown Huntinoton Gen Pas s Agent P and G M LEXINGTON KY W S Harh ison Barney TRAINS DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY Lexington Ky G A Ashland Ky HOWARD ORBISON Agent GEO B HARPER Gen Superintendent VERNON CLARK General Passenger Agent CLAUDE BOWLS City Ticket Agent GENERAL OFFICES FRANKFORT KY w iitfffl i M V- - V I - - A T - l- - V HrtM4A irs t 1 p HMwiu iM IjlMiiiin i Mjjiiiinii K ikruiiVM i 1 j m v r t H W k t m m V I t I r3i f 5i siJijVfi- - f it J8j lUrr ijirt a wssXii- Vs t ra natf v- - J- i7itit I 5 pjJ MWrfffi BMHfclJflrfIT tf jifft n y I f i ri1 f s yi I i BaBpt- - wr- - f mAhTi flfiTJiiitiwmffi mUSiMMUIIIMUImUiiUmSSC fgw - wt gg fyt VwwMy l1 jiMfyyy 4tl J w yt f lyr rT - JVlTT TO best THE We desire to say we have one of the largest lines of Buggies Surreys and Farm Implements Collars Chairs Back Bands Harries Bridles c c 125 Oliver Chilled Plow Collar Pad ypu ever saw for 40c Work Bridles 75c The No 20 for Ever shown in Frankfort Also a large line of PLOW GEAR such as 1 950 No 19 for 9 OME AND SEE USyour WE WILL SAVE YOU MONEY repairing or make you any thing wanted in the harness line Ve have a harness maker and can do Opposite Court house O E CRUTCELKR CO IMAI3MMS3 AN OLD SOLDIERS OPINION THiat Gen Speed S Fry Thinks of Capital Removal Judge W H Sneed received the following letter from Gen Speed S Fry of Danville in which he gives some very strong reasons why the Capitol should remain in this city Danville Ky Friend Sneed I see that a very strong and persistent effort is being made by the citizens of Louisville and Lexington to induce the Constitutional Convention in session to have the Capital removed from Frank Â¬ fort and established at one or the other of those two cities The people of Louisville present a very to them formidable array of reasons why their city should be the recipient of this boon and are plying them with all the force they can bring to bear to They accomplish their purpose speak in most glowing terms of the wealth concentrated there of the size of their city in the way of pop- Â¬ ulation of their many industries of their trade and commerce of their central locality on account of their many avenues of communication with all parts of the State thus ren- Â¬ dering it so easy of access to all the members of future Legislatures and to the people And in addition to these attractions they propose to do- Â¬ nate the sum of 500000 to aid in the removal of the State archives and the erection of the new building for the Capitol I remember well when this question was broached during the term I served in the Legislature these people publicly announced that they would not contribute a farthing for such u purpose that they really did not care to have the Capitol in their city that it would ada nothing to their growth uud prosperity and could in no sense be regarded as a decided advantage Now I would like to know what creat events have transnired since that time that should have wrought such a change in the spirit ol their dreams what has come to pass that has so suddenly awakened in their hearts such an immense desire to have this boon conferred upon them Do they now see advantages to ac Â¬ crue to them that were not visible then Have they discovered new avenues for the intlux of wealth that had not then been developed and all to result from having their city dubbed the Capital of the great State of Ken Â¬ Â¬ lucky If l am any sort of a judge of the motives which promptmen in matters like this I think that pride and self ishness be at the bottom of the whole movement both upon the part of thinks that because she is populous and rich pays a large portion of the State revenue combined with all the other glittering and fanciful attrac tions that all other places in the State ought at once yield the palm to her superior claims Louisville and Lexington Tne one Â¬ Lexington though not having in so large a degree these advantages yet she comes to the front with a 250000 subscription boasts of her beautiful surroundings her central position geographically and I might add her vast stables of blooded horses and the delicious aroma of her good old Bourbon whisky Now if Louisville or Lexington either can bring to bear a sulllcient amount of inlluunce to induce tho Convention to place in tho new Constitution they arc constructing a provision authorizing the removal to one or tho of tho Capital other cities does it not follow as u most natural consuquence that which ever succeeds can in all time to come exercise a controlling influence in shaping tho general legislation of tho State And more especially would this be tho result wore Louisville to be tho place chosen and more than all that she could always succeed in procuring such measures whether right or wrong just or unjust for her own benolit thai the new Constitution might authorize tho Legislature Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ a ns aiBiinrnSiiajBJiaiaiBiar BrHTEii1uiHiK aBnuiaaiot n n u n niKKHBTSr to act upon These are some of the P tno hirp of a thousand strings CURBS SPUttTS SPAVINS WINDPUFFS si to bo apprehended upon tho pealing forth sweet and interestingÂ¬ dancers 6ud all enlitruuntnu absolutely removed by music to charm the ears of the Conremoval of the Capital to either of 3 vention and the people of Frankfort those places above and beyond all these should add another string whose But things there is involved in this move- Â¬ discordant notes would distroy much If ment a question of much more seri- Â¬ of its sweetness and harmony ous mompnt and one which should they received the good they must M 7 u a a u SI Ol II vstrix S be most seriously considered before take the bad with it make a clean It tiua the unqualified endorsement of our lead ing nuravMvn una teierinarians tho removal question is sprung be- Â¬ sweep T DiNEltAUT CafMcr Hair Xante fore the Convention It embraces in I have no feeling of animositv i rov laWBH i its wide scope not only a high princi- Â¬ towards either of the flourishing and s w vk One bottle cumt very tibri coco of blood spavin on u muro for lileh I lm o since bcun ottered a00 1 pal of morals but a most important lovely cities they add much to the X I would noib juitnoutlt It It cost U n butle a wealth and honor of the State they are principle of law the violation of Wo hiae hu idruls of such testimonials 5 which would in my humble judge- Â¬ places of which all the people of the VIA V Price 3150 pjt bottle At jourdrucclnfor It If ment bring a disgrace upon the Stale Slate should feel proud but when ce loci not lv lr tend m 12 2c stamps for trial box and a stigma upon the members of they reace out their long arms to U IC1Y CO Whitehall N V the Convention who sanctioned such rake all the great institutions that aEnwiraiwB rniraraxRnaiairairn rm anBTBimnjaHH ojajiajiaisiia c uinr- nn on bi mm itjBiisii a violation that would cling to their lend credit and honor to the State names and memories for almost a cen- Â¬ it seems to me it partakes somewhat of a greediness to say the least of it No Money Required of Responsible Parties to Commence Treat tury of years If I comprehended the papers shown is rather unbecoming ment Again as to the matter of the by you when in Frankfort in 1887 and contract between the parties grant Â¬ 1888 as a member of the Legislature giving the terms upon which tho Cap- ing the land for the State Buildings ital was established I regard them as and the Convention which located it containing nothing more nor less I have just to day learned that the than a contract between the State and promotors of the removal project the parties granting the grounds are about to or have taken the 11 upon which the Capitol and other ground that the parties to that conSiTXjSr OlfcTE JDurtr buildings were erected as binding as tract were not invested with the Consultation and Examinat Free it was possible for a contract to be power and authority to make it for- Â¬ And every fourth week tnereplter ever binding upon any succeeding made Now how any lawyer at all familiar Convention or upon the people It with the law on contracts with all may be possible going upon the idea the papers and facts before him touch- of the sovereignty of the people that ing the location of the Capital could they might have the power through reconcile it with his conscience to the medium of a popular vote to set vote for its removal I can not well aside the contract but I contend see that tho Convention not having been The Capital has now remained at empowered by the people the ques- Â¬ Frankfort for nearly one hundred tion not having been submitted to years and effort after effort speech them at the time of the election of after speech appeal after appeal the delegates they have no right or through the columns of many of the authority to discuss or decide the leading papers in the State have been question They were elected and made urging by the most ardent and delegated with no other authority plausible arguments not only the than to frame a new Constitution The law authorizing the call of a propriety but almost the absolute necessity of removing the Capital from Convention made no mention what- Â¬ ever of the removal of the Capital Frankfort Would it facilitate legislation and for any set of men without a fair would it bo more productive of good and impartial expression from the sound wholesome measures for the poeple to undertake to dictate to government of tho people Would the Convention as to whpt should be it secure bettor and more constant done in the piemises savors very attention to business upon the part of strongly of arrogance and imperti- Â¬ tne ivepresentauvesr wouiu it pre- Â¬ nence I am clearly of the opinion should vent members who are so disposed from visiting haunts of vice and be- Â¬ a discussion of the question be coming the votaries of saloons and sprung before the people and all the facts and circumstances connected Observation has taught mo that with location of the Capital at cities where such places abound in Frankfort be fully and fairly laid such profusion and are arranged before them they would by a very with such grand and attractive trap large majority decide to let it re Â¬ pings and where lacivious women main where it is For this Convention to be cajoled march in platoons upon the streets displaying this rustling silks and and bullragged into assuming a posi- Â¬ feathered hats are the places where tion in a matter of much importance men are most liable to fall victims to by the importunities of a few inter- Â¬ Men ested citizens who assume the dan habits of vice and dissipation who are intrusted with the respon- - gerous prerogative of expressing the sibilitv of lecislatinc for 2000000 of will of tho people without any direct people should be kept as far from and positive knowledge of what thatÂ¬ such places as possible and my idea will is might arouse a spirit of in Â¬ is that it should be enforced upon dignation in the public mind and rethem by a most rigid law that they sult in an overwhelming defeat of theÂ¬ Tlu Eminent Speeialtist formerly resident Physician of the Philadelphia General Hos should give strict and constant atten- Â¬ Constitution I also hold the opinpital Physician in tharge of the Ohio Medical Institute Cincinnati Ohio has for tion to the business intrusted to ion that the Convention has no autwenty five years successfully devoted his time to the treatment of his spec thority whatever by a clause in the their hands by the people ialties He successfully treats all curable cases of Chronic and Nervous to Never did I feel like being a mem- Â¬ Constitution or by resolution Diseases His treatment is based on the largest experience after ber of the Constitutional Convention submit the question of removal to thorough educational preparation peoplo until the question of the removal of the powers are Bhetunitlim I MMOtlkllr dlieut of the ntrroa it detar If not cured It lead to enlarged prostate gland ner the Capital was so vigorously sprung Their duties and their e guarantee a cure In all and premature decay pre bejonil a doabl Acting upon the people I dont known clearlv defined by the law under Umuhi IIUi inrutlgtMon yetrtrtited It with pbcnoatDtl vous debilityand a perfect restoration toMheeJUi and physical vigor theurr va hT for auchcasM ipon aeeen and heart JTaetlnna are acting and when rheumatic The deformities ma all b aroldeU rruiltinr rrm To the Ladlei To have for reari made a epeclsltv of how the members of the Convention which thov laduumatloae oruredbj oar the diseases or women Mae tenth of the sufferings of thU feel upon the subject or what action those duties are fullfillod their world are borne by women and When Bright powers are at an end and they can nutrition erDlaeno of th til u I th malt of fault cause of these diseases is properlywithout reuoa their carethe Ildntfi understood they may take should the matter U ef Improper raedlu of certain and complete Our large hospital esperlence enable u rest upon and enjoy the lucre the Howatlmulallon or go home ef urine be brought before them to understand these case and treat them from thelatet sclen treatment which o many object to we fro Dlieoaes When I see not only the leading honors laurels and glories they have qotot cause of the Dlgeittvo Organ an the moitCom tlflo standpoint Local Our rarrly find necessary by the and we iL siruct with Comtlpatloa and Lhronlo lllarrha all reult In fcaiienu to papers in the State agitating the won in building a political shelter flair uutritlouiof and moro fatal dueatei Djipepila LiverImper local remedies their ownwhich treatment tbeconstitutionaltreat home ej shadow all tho good fo t rconumr of timerenter llfomlierakle Barlj Interference thenitelvca at question through their columns but within whose mono and health true Private Diseases Stricture Gleet t entreat Taint Young Ken ho are rapidlj approcblni Imanltr and Syphlll the little sheets almost evory where people of Kentucky are to repose Gonorrhea liupotency anil Sterility are promptly mu eOcctually cured our toconiultut and find protection My prayer is dratlt fromucrcthaUt ofwill do wellnot lce and alonce These thousand of dollar Inbyttnio Biitiiai rLniniips Wo have pent assuming the role of advertiser in hablu are the reult we cure aud inonei to gala tnowietiee may case without fall Hi disease jour fullest confidence such in thl direction Invite and the matter and all Striving to im- - that the peoplo of Frankfort war promise jou relief mom again come oil victorious in the Epilepsy or Pits This phenomena or the dervoia it upon tho minds of the of ystem Is Eressof tho Convention that justice of rebellion now being waged against theIddloAccd Honorwho observe certain Irritation In Uur method the result of dlstii located in me nerve centers water atsaie with aedlmenu UUJir and urethra of treatment which is entirely our own ha been the urine should at all themselics of our treatment Such simp admitted by the best dentists of the world to produce radical to the people and justice to thom them toms are indications of seiuina weakness which admit o no cure In the most debilitated subject and many Legisla Conventions selvos demand that they should not consilium US should brine or send that contract Will siverv personthomilLll nncrnsconical examination mid fntirtn sitmmi ptnf Ihrlr irin - whlU hesitate in winding up their work to tures have met sincoand tu J k rlfrmlnl uilvJi i riliM its binding whichMllllltll be fiirnUhei1 the patient will for tearing up tho old Capi- was entered into provide We euro old cases wliclt have baffled the skill nf other physicians Why Because our oKteusWeJ tol root and branch and planting force and sanctity though ofton call- to recognize di have been confirmed it in what thov please to torm a ed in question evory solitary instanco exvenencc tblcs lib have failedthe oijwi ufrwkifeasc We invite all who toeDVain elsewhere to oousult us All curable uases are son snoum uio and ratified in tU trantecd moro congenial Patients treated by mall and cxptcss Where possible personal consultation Ik preferable in which an effort was made to re List peoplo of Frankfort find that even of iiiestions sent free on application Mr Clay tho slightest probability existed of move tho Capital If not br ng in All caies iul CJrTe pundence strictly conliclerital Treatment sent C O D to a to tho removal of tho Capital thoy his palmy days could should at once demand that tho bear sulllcent influence to accomplish part of the United States and Canada Address with stamp for reply Penitentiary should accompany it that object I hardly think it possible G O Should Louisville and Lexington bo these minor statesmen who are now P O BOX 703 engaged in it will bo ablo to carry it confronted with such u proposition it might perhaps throw somewhat out Well this letter is niuoh longer of i damper upon their ardor ISTLMUX Thoy would scorn tho idea of having than I intended it should bo but I tho environs of tholr beautiful unci wanted my friends in Frankfort to highly adorned suburbs shadowed know that I was standing I by them by tho introduction of such an in Â¬ with as much firmness as did when AGKNT TO UANDIsK OlU LINK OK TAlIOIt rrilKKK WILL UK A MKKTINfi OK THE 1 btooklioUlers of lViiknMM Turnpike Co at Good this mill Mil rounding towns a monibor of tho Legislature threo stitution in their midst the Court House Mtirch Jin lbJl lit olu en oclock oppoitunlt lor IlieruLtlf limn Adilrrxs But 1 would toll them in vory plain years ago to elect directors lor coining jenr KAIIlt HltOS Yours vory truly Morclmnt Tailors order of English that tho hair must go with M St 25 lt SlKUD S Fky Loulsvlllo Ky 0 G H0CKKR3MITU tho hound Thoy Jiavo been playing OfJINN INTM v A w KiiKrtA K lAi ET CUREDy -- j yss 3F i Â¬ Â¬ CAPITAL HOTEL FRANKFORT Sixteenth Eegular Visit EY WEDNESDAY MAR 4 Â¬ Â¬ il l I Â¬ c H BOGMAN M D Â¬ Â¬ I r I 1 Â¬ -- Â¬ J 1 Â¬ Dr H Bog man Cincinnati WA TURNPIKE NOTICE 11 1 3 TMiU fcaJLtiSMiW tALLJJ lAiujelsV 52SnBsSBSBm rajajttftflt r s i iMTgiirmT -- lWPWyriUlTnlWVi w T TlfCYfp VTVlr1 f Tfr yr I FT1 We begin the new year with a more complete line of goods than ever before TEZ5 Eaaa sa QssP 1 3 1 X3 3La Harrows of every description and and repairs for same Sml Sowers Corn O 157 JS Buggies - Pheatons Surry s and Road Carls Planters Cultivators etc A full line of In many styles Wagon all prices Harness Plow Gear In all sizes and variety of SADDLES What we advertise you will find we keep it to vour interest to call and see us BiSVKHX ATTTvsa AUL KINDS OF FIELD SEEDS And we are sure y tlit we ean make BHSHAWSSI hBb MMWJHNI B823 tssBaa buSn3StatP Frankfort iKS WfR3 7E flS3H3K EWBistRKia EKKa Ciwvipjwrrai FKAMFOKT ROUNDABOUT Entered aa second class mailable at the post office ut Frankfort Kentucky matter son lying on the river two miles above this city was sold by Master Honors Commissioner Posey the four hun- Â¬ ruary 20 dred acres being divided into four SKigh School milK JL for the week ending Feb Â¬ To the Public prices at Main llklioni lour Mill 585 per bbl nest Holier Patent Perfection 5 M per bbl Rest 2d Patent Invincible Best Bulir Flour 5 45 per bbl RestX X X 500 per bbl Best X X 850 per bbl Discount on 500 pound lots Custom grinding solicited S MARTIN W J CHINN JR Of- FOLLOWING ARK THE InWRRTATT That tracts and brought 10895 SENIOR CLASS portion containing the family resi- Â¬ Roll of honor Sadie Grant 100 dence was bought by Mr J Pickett Georgia Payne 100 Woodson that portion fronting the FRANKFORT MARCH 7 1891 Fir3t honor Addie Rupe 100 Big Eddy was purchased by Mr Second honor Annie Magill 99 Clarence Gayle of this city that An Expensive Luxury part lying back next to the hills Flossie French 99 Third honor Virgie Nelson 94 At the meeting of the Board of went to Mr Woodford Hughes and B to Mr Joe JUNIOR CLASS School Trustees on Tuesday evening the remaining tract Wasson Roll of honor Maggie Daniel 99 the question of continuing the night D P Bentley auctioneer reports Maggie Culter 98 school was under discussion and it 7 was about determined that it should the following sales head of horses First honor Mary Crutcher 94 25 to 15 to 95 3 mules from be abolished unless the school was from Second honor Cecile McEwan92 50 4 milk cows from 15 to 2550 as the more largely attended H F Showalter auctioneer re- Â¬ Emmaline Craig 92 number of pupils is so very small ports the following 4 head of mules Third honor Edward Johnson 75 that it docs not justify the expense 60 84 90 and 105 6 head of cattle FIRST YEAR CLASS It costs from 60 to 80 per month to 14 per head 5 head of horses 19 Roll of Honor Oinnie Theobald run the school and there is only an 22 65 32 and S2 6 head of calves average attendance of eight or ten 940 per head 1 cow 21 1 mule 83 100 First honor Julia McClure 99 scholars with only about twelve on 1 horse 45 Second honor Paulino Brown 98 the roll so it will be seen that it is now Bessie Haydon 98 Mary Nelson 98 costing the city nearly as much teach Right The Mine All Third honor May Bohannan 97 the eight or ten scholars in the night school as it does to instruct one His honor Mayor L Mangan who Honors for the week ending Feb hundred in the day school Unless left a week ago for Lumpkin county ruary 27 more of the class of pupils for whose Georgia as the representative of the SENIOR CLASS benefit the night school was establish- local stockholders in a gold mine which Roll of honor Addie Rupe 99 ed take advantage of it to receive an is being worked by a company in that Georgia Payne 99 Â¬ education it certainly will be discon- county returned Thursday morning tinued Those feeling an interest in bringing a very favorable report of First honor Sadie Grant 96 the laboring classes who are unable the mine and thinks it a good invest- Â¬ Second honor Annie Magill 95 to attend school in the day time ment As Mayor Mangan had con- Â¬ Virgie Nelson 95 should make an effort to induce the siderable experience in the mines of Third Honor Flossie French 94 boys who spend their idle time upon California back in the 50s his opin- Â¬ JUNIOR CLASS the streets to go to the night school ion is worth something and those who Roll of honor Maggie Daniel 100 so thatthe trustees will be encouraged in gold mine to certainly has have funds now invest with some as- Â¬ Maggie Culter 100 to keep it open It do so stocks can been a great benefit to some and the First honor Mary Crutcher 96 surance that their money will be safe trustees will regret to discontinued it Second honor Cecile McEwan 95 A Windfall Third honor Emmaline Craig 94 Tlie Talbott Sale Itlarcli Roll of honor -- Cinnie Theobald On Thursday of last week Mrs 100 Anna B Van Derveer of this city First honor Annie Coleman 100 John L Scott executor of the late was granted a pension on account Gustavus Talbott will sell the entire of the service of her late husband Bessie Haydon 100 Mary Nelson Talbott estate at the late Talbott Capt John Van Derveer of the 100 Lorena Newhouse 100 homestead near Blacks pond on the 39th Ohio Infantry in the late war Second honor Paulino Brown 99 Stedmantown pike at 10 oclock She has received 4200 back pay Third honor May Bohannan 97 lis Wednesday March 25 1891 On acand will receive seventeen dollars count of the popularity of the Tal- per month during life The many Friday March 13th bott farm this sale will be likely to friends of Mrs Van Derveer will be bring together a large number of glad to learn of her good fortune Her Is tho date of the next visit of Dr people who know what such proper- Â¬ claim was pushed through by Con- WI Kelly of Cincinnati to this ty is worth The farm lies on both gressman Morej of Ohio who was city and he hopes his patients will As usual ho sides of the Kentucky Midland rail- Â¬ a comrade and warm friend of Capt remember the same road and is capable of being sold Van Derveer will bo atjthe Capital Hotel and can be either as one farm or as two farms found in his room ready to be consulted Pryor It is one of the neatest stock farms by all who may desire his services Death of in this part of Kentucky and its Remember next Friday the 13th proximity to the railroad and to two Dr Wm Pryor for many years a turnpike roads and being about four highly respected citizen of the Forks Lodge Meeting from Frankfort will attract the of Elkhorn neighborhood this coun- Â¬ miles Frankfort Lodge No 4 A Y M attention of those who are looking ty died at his home in George out for a home at once pleasant and town on Saturday morning aged 69 will meet in regular communication profitable and the terms so liberal years Dr Pryor was stricken with on Thursday evening next at 730 as to bejsatisfactory to the purchaser paralysis several weeks ago and oclock in tho north hall of Odd There will bo See advertisement in anothercolumn never recovore d from the stroke Fellows Temple His funeral took place Sunday and work in tho Entered Appro ntice deA full attendance of the County Court the remains were interred in the gree members is desired and visiting Georgetown Cemetery The crowd which attended County m brothere cordially invited to be pres- Â¬ on Monday was much larger Court ent Robbed a Preacher than usual and prospective candi- Â¬ During the sor vices at the Metho dates for the Legislature wore so TOURISTS a rock thrown into any dist Church Sunday evening some thick that portion of the mass of human beings thief broke into the study of Rev Weather on pleasure bent or busi Â¬ moving about the intersection of St II G Henderson the pabtor which ness should take on ovory trip a Clair and Main streets would have is located in the Church building bottlo of Syrup of Figs as it acts been very apt to strike one of them forced the locks on the drawers of most pleasantly and oilectually on The offering of the stock was unus his desk and went through tho same the kidneys liver and bowels pre ually large but buyers were few in search of valuables but failing to venting fevers headaches and other Gooch Co find anything if more value carried forms of sickness For sale in 50c Messrs Mason Hoge offered thirty head of work mules at off amorrocco covered note book and and 100 bottles by all leading drug Â¬ 20 lin gists public sale but after four of them gutta pcrcha match easo Â¬ were sold for 60 per head the bal THE REV OfioTir THAYER of ance wore withdrawn Two of them is Bakers Famous Headache SpecificÂ¬ Bourbon Indsays Jioth myself and cure for head a positive and safe were afterwards sold for 110 each at aches in all their forms Try it Sold wife owo our lives to SHILOHS private sale by Wickliffe Chapman 314 Main CONSUMPTION CURE 28 For sale by J W Davie 4 The farm of the late R K Wood- - street flEO A LEWIS Editor and Publisher Will practice in all State Courts fice second floor Custom House Jan 30 ly ViunkIbolu Jnn Proprietor Id 17 2 President DitTJit Vlce Preslileat I B R T Sec und Treas Bakotow Superintendent- - Bisnw s ALESME N WANTED To sell our Choice Nursery Stock SALARY and EXPENSES or liberal commission and steady work lor earnest workeis Write Tie Standard Printiet PRINT1NG lune28 ly M Co TormerlytheStaidArdPrtiitliiKlnk Works -- UlNWlfltTUBEHS O- F- VAfffeHteSFTC 1M AMD LITHOGRAPHIC INKS Canal Cincinnati Ohio WM JRBAJT CROMWELL EY-AT-AWD ELLW ANGER MUffiU2Ms Mar 7 Ut BARRY ATTORN IT L AW COUBTfl OT Rochester RAILWAY Y WILL BSTATB AGENT and the adjolnlag counties and PRACTIC m THB KENTUCKY UNION CO TIME CARD EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 2IST GOING EAST Leave Leave Leave Arrive Arrive Leave Airlve Lexington lay City will also sire ipclal attention to the purohMe and aaie of real estate collection of nU elalna and the legoUation of load r 1890 300 p m 4 Â¬ H G MATTEEU -- Â¬ Winchester Lumber Point Three Forks Tlirte Forks Klkatawa GOING WEST G25 p 0 30 p 11 451 0 p in 111 in 111 Tie is- - 125 p in a in Arrive Lexington LeiveFlkatawu Anlve Thlee Forks Leave Three l oiks Anlvo Lumber Point Anlve Clay City Atilve Winchester bteimei Connections 885 a m 10J0 a m 0 00 a in 8 30 a 111 130 a in i 05 7 87 Iff 334 MAIN STRHET a in a in made at Lumber Point with Klkntiivva Is nearest for TJenttjvllle stations Jackson Kj runTialns between Three dallj between Three Forks and Lexington Forks and ilkiituwa dally bundajs excepted FRANKFORT KY J L 3IUHPI1Y General Passenger Agent Dr 1 1 Kelley OHIO ONE DQLLIR WEEKLY BUYS A GOOD GOLD WATOH OF CINCINNATI WILL BB AT THE CAPITAL HOTEL KY IN FRANKFORT Â¬ BY 00R CLUB SYSTEM Â¬ Â¬ Our 14 karet natent stiffened cold warranted lor 20 jeart Walthiun lnoveinent reunoie anti wen kuowii aiem wiim ami set hunting or open lace ladys or Kents size KiiUiil to any 75 watch We sell one of these watches for FRIDAY FRIDAY cases are FRIDAY and Elgin FRIDAY MARCH APRIL 3 1891 APRIL 24 1891 MAY 16 1891 13 1891 FIXES BLEEDING Chloroform 11 SQS Ir and send to any address by registered mall orÂ¬ bl express C O lvvlth privilege of examina -- CASH Write for particulars tsLlND or ITCHINGr Cured wltovat any surgical operation and wltta little or no pain Ligature or Knife APSTO tion Our agent at Durham X C wr s Our Jewelers have confessed tl- - dont know how jou can furnish such work tor tlu money not necessary with thU mode of treatment IJLSXtJXA IN Ib cured FISSURES J -- Cored without cutting or tearing wanted at each place ULCERATION CATARRh EMPIRE WATOH CO 13 and DOMalden Lane New YorkXV Â¬ SLEEP IN PEACE Â¬ PRATTS KILLER FOR BED BUGS This preparation Ik superior to all otheis lo the Inllouliik ictsons It kills the ImifH Instantly It elkctuallj lostrojs their okkh therefore It Is only necessary to use It onio or twice dm hit the It possessefladvantasesover Insect powders In asmuch us It can he used in places which they can not reach Its odor Is ujjreeahle and It 1b warranted n to lujuic carpets linen or lurulturo Xo fatal ulleets ean lesult fiom Its uson contains no poison which fait should lve place In every household Hold In lame hotthsut Ti cents each a 1orsalo hj V 11 AVFHILL at wholeret til Â¬ Of the bowel cured Dr CeiU has now been vlsltlngthts city rego arly for neailj seven huis and the man curea ho has maae utnoug the wealthy and lntlu mtib eltlzenBare ButllclenteTldenceof hlssuoceaa dU It Is now a well established fact that man eases of the atomacb liver kldner bladde womb and nervouu system are either caused ot auuravated by the coexistence of PILES FISTU Â¬ LA FISSURE or RECTAL OLCKR RKPKRENCES Pr K U Qober Frankfort Ky Franklin Morris inieteiisburg J T Btateu Frankfort Ky Â¬ season Vit ii David Moore Benson Kv las 31 Wlthrow Frankfort Ky DR KELXETB office and residence is ierbertch Frankfort Ky L P Hulett Benson Ky A H McClure Frankfort Ky Richard Ferguson Frankfort W J Hutfbea FranKfnrt Ky V Re K Kichth street u t 1 J Of tfS itlg Cincinnati and where h I Mary rtv of ch week EXCEPT it KD SATURDAYS lo cie diseases aud thl v zl oui n t any one by ati at W JOHN H STAOKHOUSE SOLE AGLNTS 532 Arch Street Pel M D4 269 West Hlsrhth St Olnoinnatl O iW CONSULTATION FRBB W I KELLEY IMwBW iWilE An Appeal to the Pocket IS SURE OF ATTENTION NOT THE W u PRICES BEL1JW 1 VM CKuXCJtLxLi j- 41 H ARE NOW IN NEW Y TO MAKE OK m 1 la rr MENS a TUTTST g o HLV Hats Caps FUMING ITS i ROOM FOR THEIR SPRING PURCHASES THE STOCK ON rii J GOODS m h We have a tremendous stock and are compelled to close them out 00 3 50 for good strong suit worth 6 50 4 50 for good strong suit worth 3 00 2 00 for a splendid Jeans coat worth 8 00 5 00 for a Leather coat worth Will last 10 years 1 75 1 25 for the very best Jeans pants worth 2565 Cassimere suits all must go 33 percent less than former prices 150 Caps choice 10c and 50c soiled by fire 122 Mens Caps all go for 25c worth 50c and 75c 1 1 00 for Derby Hat worth 75 1 2 50 for Derby Hat flexible worth 50 2 50 for Derby Hat flexible worth 4 00 full line of Dunlaps latest styles always in A stock 5 00 for splendid FurJRug worth 7 00 8 50 6 50 for splendid Fur Rug worth 15 00 for Wolf or Lynx trimmed Rug worth 22 50 22 50 14 00 for Wild Cat Rug large size worth Wool Rugs S3 25 5 00 up to 7 50 40c Undershirt or Drawers worth 50c Unlaundried Shirt worth 15c Four ply Linen Cuffs worth worth 20c Fine Merino Soc f Scarfs c worth 25c for choice of 25 4c for Childrens Handkerchiefs worth 15c Elegant Suspenders worth 10c Boys Yarn Mitts worth 15c Celluloid Collar worth 25c Celluloid Cuffs worth 1 75c 85c 25c 35c 8c 75c 35c 25c 25c 40c J GASH GASH GASH 5 CASH ONLY Ufiiiiiiiiis 75c Boys Overcoats age CASH ONLY Boys ici to 18 18 isSo IMl 1 Orawts 5 Shoes ShoesI CLOSING OUT OUR MAMMOTH STOCK of SHOES We are 50 1 75c Childs Suit worth 50 50 2 25 3 to 10 years 200 3 50 32 00 3 worth 15 13 00 4 50 5 Boys long warm Overcoat age 18 to 3 It 3 50 5 OO Jo WE WA1TT MONEY 255 pairs Ladies Dongola Kid 99c worth 150 pairs Ladies Glove grain 99c worth 33 pairs Misses Front Lace School 50c worth 160 pairs Mens Lace and Congress 119 50 1 1 il 7 50 50 Boys Overcoat splendid value age to 18 13 6 50 7 50 3 00 9 00 9 50 3 75 5 Boys fancy color suit long pants age 13 5 Mens long warm Ulsters worth 00 Mens long Chincilla Ulsters worth 00 6 00 5 y 1 m S3 35 25 8 50 worth 4 50 Boys fancy color suit long pants age 13 00 6 50 worth 6 50 Boys fancy color suit long pants age 13 to 18 worth 9 00 fancy color suit long pants age 7 50 Boys 13 50 13 to 18 worth knee pants to close at 25c 328 pairs childrens 40c 75c 1 and gi25 to 00 Mens Fur Beaver Ulsters worth 14 00 7 50 Mens long Chincilla Fur Trimmed Ulsters worth 14 00 12 00 10 00 1500 20 00 will buy you an elegant coat that sold for 40 per cent more money 7 WE NEED MONEY Only one Price to All OEXcar We Need the Gash 33E3ES3GE One Price to All worth 1 50 1 pairs Boys Lace good value 99c worth 75 50 pairs Mens Kip Boots at Si 50 worth 2 00 75 60 pairs Mens Kip Boots at 2 00 worth 2 50 pairs Mens first class Grain Boots only 2 50 73 pairs Carpet Slippers Mens and Ladies 133 only 35c and 40c 400 pairs Ladip- - Rubbers 25c rctics only pair v 11 205 75c pairs J rctics only u 65c 73 i CRUTCHER o uJLjsrvure STJ 1 mi nv --r- J - JxJ J5 I m St rootI r--t V V - r- - -- - p a dM iB J KLlSJIKflW ifiA- nwui Iffs KbT1J lSflK5Sir ft I31l V2ittKii KUfcttMiNHH WF BB kS i I3ST TXLJEll TROUSER- - SPRING SUITINGS COATINGS INGS AND HATS COME EARLY AND MAKE YOUR SELECTION HUDSON HUMPHRIES Married n tills city on Thurs Febnmn 20th 1891 by Rev John Burdln Mr Tliomiis Greenup and Miss Eflle M Peeveler WHEAT HNN In South Fruikfort on Thurs Â¬ day Mar 5 1891 by Rev George PirMe Mr Jourdon Wheat and Mis Josle Finn both tf Jnrmdaie Kj OREEXrp-PfcEVELUR-I- CASSELl WHY DO YOU COUGH ITSTARTEDWITHACOLD t 1 I rt iy Pusey Cele Lena Stewart Birthday brates Iter Â¬ One of themostjrettiest and pleas Â¬ ant entertainments for the little folks of this citywas given Wednesdayafter noon byLena Stewart Pusy to celebrate the fourth anniversary of her birth- Â¬ day The hours were from three un- Â¬ til Ave and the invitations were ex- Â¬ tended to the following children all of whom with but one or two excep- Â¬ tions were present viz Gladys M Rodman Mrrie M Trabue Lucy Chinn Virgidia Bennett Lucy B Rodman Cornelia B Gordon Bessie Virginia Greenhow Mar guarite McLean Jane Holmes Florie Coranell Rodman Jane Gillum Orutcher Marry Swigert Hendrick Julia Murray Aubyn Chinn S Boli- Â¬ var Buckner William Herndon John Holmes George M Gayle Lampton Herndon William Townsend New hall Robert Crutcher Julian Chinn John McClelland Walcutt and Ward D Martin occasion Burnett The elegance of the spacious par ors and rooms at the Feeble minded Institute combined with the beauti ful floral decorations and dainty and becoming toilets wTorn by the little people made up the chorus of a scene as enchanting to the imagination as the felicitous conjurations of a fairy tale When aweary wfth their play- Â¬ ing and bird like love making they were seated at a long table spread with all the good things that children most relish and in the middle of the table was a large dish filled with what appeared to be a plum pudding Out of the dish were ribbons leading to each plate and at a given signal af-Â¬ ter the leading of Little Jack Horner Sat in the corner Eating a Christmas pie He put in his thumb And nulled out a milm And said Oh what a great boy am I the ribbons were pulled by the chil- Â¬ dren when out hopped to each plate a handsome little toy A large birth cake ornamented by four lighted wax candles was alBO a part of the menu distributed to the guests One of the happy features of the occa- Â¬ sion among the numerous congratu- Â¬ latory remembrances presented to the little hostess was the presentation of an elegant pearl and turquoise niriov wViinh thn vouncr Governor Bolivar Buckner placed upon her fin Â¬ ger with all the gallantry and cere- Â¬ mony of a knight of the middle ages Little Lena who is as beautiful as a picture acquitted herself with great credit in the discharge of her responsible duties and completely capti Â¬ vated the on looking mothers by lier pretty graces and sweet artless efforts to make her guests feel at home and enter into the pleasures of tKe Â¬ Â¬ majority has by loyalty and devo- Â¬ tion to his country done much to make it great among the nations of the earth We have not only lost a great soldier but a man of honor and integrity in all the walks of ife His name shall be enshrined in our hearts and his life apd character be associated in thought with all that was pure and noble in man We do heartily thank God that his life was spared to see our country in peace and prosperity that he had not labored in vain He lived mans allotted span his was a righteous life and the death of the righteous was his When the summons came he was ready to answer to his name and ere this has heard well done good and faithful servant Therefore Resolved That in the death of Gen- Â¬ eral Sherman the nation has lost a great soldier a pure patriot a brave and noble man and that we in mourn- Â¬ ing his death mingle our tears with our comrades of the Grand Army of the Republic throughout the land That to the Sons of Veterans we commend the character of General Sherman as an example for them to follow and if the time shall come that our country is in peril let them be quick to take up arms in its de- Â¬ fense and count it not dear to die for their country To the family of the deceased we tender our heartfelt sympathy in their bereavement and pray that the God who led General Sherman in safety through the perils of war to glorious victory and peace will guide and protect them through the jour- Â¬ ney of life That a copy of these resolutions be spread upon the minutes engrossed and sent to the family of the deceased D W LlNDSEY W H Sneed V tes i MBMIMMMIMJMMllIlMMinillMaMlM Do you know that a little couch is a dangerous thing Are you aware that it of ten fastens on the lungs and far too often runs into Consumption and ends in Death People suffering from Asthma g Bronchitis Pneumonia and Consumption will alii tell you that g Can you afford to neglect it Can you trifle witn so serious a matter t Are you aware that CCFurr L H FlNNELL Attest H J Berberich Committee Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the system effectually dispels colds headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever produced pleasing to the taste and acceptable to the stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and SI bottles by all leading druggists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ OJJ ENJOYS gtor uougns uoios ana consumption is joeyona question the greatest of all e itioaern xtemeuies r jc win stop ii uugn in one nignc ic win ciiecK a Jolu in 5 a day It will prevent Croup relieve Asthma and cure Consumption if taken P in time You cant afford to be without it A 25 cent bottle may save you W H Hooker Co New i toumiBiuviiBimwi Buinnnun 46 West Broadway mmmiYorkw for book mm nu un m mm uuanuiiinniuaitii owi DR ACKERS ENGLISH REMEDY 100 ZrZOm lUiliLitAM j I i I in Doctors bills may save your life Ask your druggist for ft or write For Sale by J T7 GrSZJLtt ibi Combination Horse Sale for this and a combination IN order to keep up the home market named date adjoining counties Iofwill hold Horse Markets in Eminence Ky on the above the best Eminence Is one lu Kentucky horses will sell for as much or more money here according to quality than anywhere else In the State The time Is right for the dealers This sale conies the week after Klddssale at Louisville Ky and the weekbetore Woodards at Lexington Ky giving us a chance for buyers from both places heveral of the best breeders In this county have promised to put their stock In this sale I will positively number the horses by the entries which will be numbered ns they come In A good one will sell for his or her value In any number Send In your entries at once Write plainly age helghth color pedigree and description Avoid long descriptions buers bid on what they bee or what your horse shows I will not take unsound horses nor poor colts because they will not bring their value Â¬ Â¬ SAN FRANCISCO LOUISVILLE KY CAL Taulor Jerome Weitzel Commander NEW YORK NY Adfutant Not Regulated We are requested by Mr W L Gustavus Talbott Estate 189i Coppersmith keeper of the city clock that the old time piece is not yet regulated and will be for tno the next week or ten days but he hopes shortly to be able to make it give our people correct time It has been thoroughly cleaned and w hen regulated will bo all right his estate will please proven up for pajment Mar 7 1m PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE A ALL uvus Talbott are reiuieiteil to LATE iust make imjment tome and those having claims against present them properly John L SCOTT Executor Remember the better the condition the horses are In the more money they will bring TEBAIS7S1X per ceilt0 the amount at which thehoise Is knocked off Entries close March 15th No deviation fiom above terms K39 I will handle all horses sent to me for the Sale at 75 cents per diy wutw 2t 2G L P BANTERS -- IveAris S Kills E COLLINS BRO M VAi Tlie Well Known Popular Remedies Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs and colds Foleys Cream for rough- Â¬ ness of the skin chapped hands etc Clinic Blood Purifier and Clinic Kid- Â¬ ney Cure are now on sale by The Le Gayle Co Uompte The large m MAGIC ER DEALERS IN-- MBJggft1 Vj igTTTL i m ME Wall Paper HABNESS Shot and Shells And Agents for Decorations LISUC EHXJjMe52yvp34 Laflin I Hand PICKS patronage these preparations have secured springs from their intrinsic merits as remedial agents When af flicted by ailments for which they are recommended you will do well to try 18 Gm them I o X DUTY TO YOURSJEXF It is surprising that people will uso a common ordinary pill when they can secure a valuable English one for the same money Dr Ackers Eng lish pills are a positive cure for sick headache and all liver troubles They are small sweet easily taken and do not gripe 9 J W Gayle Druggist A if ULL LINK Of GLASS OILS LEAD AND MIXED PA DEES SHOVELS CROW BARS DRILLS IRON AND SMELT SXWEB AND FLUE PIPE COB BROADWAY AND LEWIS SZa PLASTER CEMENT IXimOIT JACOB S WIG JERT CO Z2STS-UTI2-A-TTOE 4k has the grim messenger taken anoth- er across on the other side General W T Sherman the last of our great leaders to join the silent tmfflit il i complaint of thousands suffer Â¬ ing from Asthma Consumption Feb Frankfort Ky Albert 27th 1891 Coughs etc Did you ever try Dr G Bacon Aokners English Remedy meeting of At a It is tho Post No 33 Department ofKentucky best preparation known lor all Lung a committee was appointed to draft Troubles Sold on a positive guaran resolutions of respect to General tee at 2Cc and GOc 1 Win T Sherman J VV Gaylu Druggist The following was adopted During the comrades Dear last few years death lias invaded our ranks and borne away many of our brave companions in arms and again Is tho Â¬ Resolutions of Respect CANT SLEEP NIGHTS STBASr NOTICE for notice 20 The Magic Rkmoveh fills a long felt want with owners of Ilorhes or Mules with Warts Knots Bruises Cuta Strains fipiaiii- - OM Koies Barb Wire Cuts etc It iiuikcs no difference how long tho knot litis been there or how litird it is if it is not of tho bone we will take it off on the MO CURE NO PAY plan In lemoving tho knot tin- hair comes off and the place becomes very soie when you stop using it the hair comes back its original color anil not a tuice of tho knot is left For plan of insurance etc cull at the innlei igiied druggists und bring your animal with you - AGKEITIS Have Removed From the Baltzel Building COST 2vT3r STEEET 102 of TO 401 1ND JRSTTliey KM STREETS the Capital Hntelf indkiisihned as a white heifer two jenis Dim pmicr can hae the Mime b proving old property and pajlng tills lm niiiv Tin qtKiv onoblackand 1 btia For Sale by --HBaEEmEnt P H CARPENTER US IIUCIIES Farmdale Ky SOUTH SIDE DRUGGISTS short time will fill this space with an entirely new advertisement in a u Tir LAuL 11