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Digital page images are linked to the text file. toil mrwrrmrfm1 The Volume XIV BY JAMES BUCKHAM Frantot Roundabout A WEKKLY PAPfcR DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS KY MARCH 7 1889 GEO A LEWIS Publisher TELIMS 100 In Advance FRANKFORT Highest of all in Leavening Power 17 14 1891 Number 27 Ministers in Politics clergymans professional righteous- Â¬ TWTay ness shoUld be maintained intact Her tdtars than that he should run the slightest The narrow escape of Mrs B M risk of doing any practical good in Searles of Elkhart Ind from a pre- Â¬ the quarters where it is most need- Â¬ mature death is wonderful She ed states that for twenty years my This is the rcductio ad abburdum of heart troubled me greatly I became the argument that ministers ought worse Had smothering spells short to know enough to keep out of poli- Â¬ breath fluttering could not sleep on tics But I fail to see why it is not a my left side had much pain in breast It shoulder and stomach perfectly legitimate reduction Ankles assumes that a minister has no busi- Â¬ swelled Had much headache and ness to step out of the Murray Hill dizziness Treatment did me no or Beacon street of exclusive right Â¬ good until I tried Dr Miles New eousness into any of the alleys Heart Cure and Restorative Nervine which diverge therefrom lest he The first bottle helped me and I wa3 himself the man the individual the soon virtually cured For sale at J poor paltry human unit should W Gayles drug store A fine book stain his feet with the mud of human on the Heart and Nerves free 4 depravity This seems to be more like a gratuitous slur upon modern Big Edtiy economic practical progressive Christianity than a piece of judicious Mud mud oh mud why not let advice to the clergy of America The fact is that wherever there us have a change exists the most corruption in our Mr Henry Hughes has returned modern social life wherever the trail home after a three weeks visit to of the serpent lies widest and black- friends and relatives in Lexington est there we want the ameliorating Mr Joel Warford has left tho beau rectifying influence of the best men whom modern Christianity can fur- - tiful Eddy and moved out on the nish Wo want above all the help Owenton pike of the recognized representatives of Mr J P Woodson has bought and the church of Christ moved on the late It K Woodson The trouble with our American place Welcome back to our midst politics to day is that the best men Mrs Jarretto Moore is tho first to The prevalent keep out of them Â¬ indifference on the part of our ablest have young chickens in tho neighborhood most honest high minded citizens to the preservation in their striatest Mr Jasper Dalton former teacher integrity of our American institu- Â¬ in Walcutt District has been very ill tions and the maintenance of high and was compelled to give up his standards in our popular form of school Miss Deborah Parker was government is a shame and a ro- - employed to fill tho vacancy and tho roach to American civilization school will bo closed in a few days ou will find the best men ovory--vher- e Mr II L Watts of standing aloof from the public will preach at Walcutt Georgetown school houso service It is so oven in local and to morrow afternoon atlioclockp m The worthiest Hopo to have a large crowd provincial politics citizens pass by on the other side while the demagogues load their The river has been very high tho hired retinues to tho caucus and past week and quito a number of logs their bribed rabbles to the pollB have broken loose The mountain It has come to the point that money boys have our heartfelt sympathy McGintys Pkiph eveiy whore buys political prefer Â¬ ment The statesmans robe is up at auction and the doors of our legis FAIR THE lative halls open only to keys of Tho excitement caused by this gold Is ita time then to say that tho min- great event is scarcoly equaled by ister- tho man whoso influonco for that produced by tho great discovery good in our communities is every Â¬ ot ur wues tno ticsiorauvo nervineÂ¬ norvous prostrawhere acknowledged greatest ought It speedily cureslife pain dullness tion change to keep himself clear of polities and confusion of head flts sleepless Â¬ in Is there not rather tho most urgent ness tho blues neuralgia palpita Â¬ need that ho and all men of integri tion monthly pains etc 0 W ty of wisdom of high standards of Bnow Co of Syracuso N Y Tal loyalty and of patriotism should bott Moss of Greonsburg throw themselves into American A W Blackburn of WoostorInd and 0 say politics with heart and soul and that Tho Nervine sells hotter than will and intellect Ourpublic affairs anything wo ever sold and gives uni neqd administrators who shall legis Â¬ Miles late and who shall oxecuto from versal satisfaction on Dr Nerves now illustrated tho and other than porsonrl and pecuniary Heart and treatiso trial bottle free at J W We want men in our city Gav motives 4 drug store councils in our mayors7 chairs in When will ministers learn to keep This was the sen Â¬ out of politics tence that caught ray eye in a reli- Â¬ gious newspaper the other day And it set me to thinking Why this Is it well grounded appeal Oughtrainisterstokeep out ofpolitics The idea of the writer undoubtedly was that ministers ought not to de Â¬ scend to the level of present political methods Evil communications cor rupt good manners The clergyman who goes into the packed caucus and the subsidizing political fight and fin- Â¬ ally deposits his one honest ballot in a snow drift of bribes is liable to get our our State demoralized to some slight extent legislativeexecutive chambers inbeen halls who have may exaggerate a point this way He there for or that to favor the interest of his placed patriotism their ability and rather than for candidate He may even prejudice their judgment their wealth and their offensive another mans candid the Possibly he might exercise his au- Â¬ partisanship Why should not the distinctively intellectual men of thority as a pastor to advance his country the ministers the great cause as a politician When such the things as these are but the mildest journalists the educators some noted large sort of impurities in the political at- Â¬ political economists take some firactical part in American politics mosphere must there not be should like to see our danger of contagion in breathing it Â¬ A very plausible sort of an argu ministers and scholars sitting in Leg islatures and serving the people in ment truly an argument on the I low plane of expediency But sup- Â¬ every noble publio capacity instance such pose this same argument were car- Â¬ should like to see formayor of New ried out into all the relations which a man as Dr Storrs York Citv and a clergyman sustains to society He aldermen of if the entire board of that metropolis were ought never then to go into the and city slums for fear that he may be- composed of clergymen up mycollegeÂ¬ morn come infected with the prevalent professors I could take filth and poverty of ing paper without instinctively Â¬ raggedness and those sections as indeed he might shrinking from some probable disbribery if some wandering sand bagger closure ofmoney or or appropriation monstrous act of his head to violate of public should take it into the tenth commandment with re Â¬ misgovernment in which the min Â¬ spect to the clerical broadcloth and There is no way Neither isters of this country can better serve presumptive fat wallet ought he ever to be found in the God and their generation at the company of many sinners at one present crisis than by going into instead of out of them time as Jesus was at the publicans et them strive by practical particiThey might prove too house Fur- Â¬ pation in public affairs to elevate much for his respectability thermore the same rule would re- Â¬ and purify our local and national Let them raise the quire that the minister isolate him- Â¬ governments political methods by physically whenever there was standard of self a contagious disease in nis parish counsel and example which all good He must by no means enter any citizens shall be ashamed not to lol house where some poor uncomfort low In a word let them remember ed sufferer looks shudderingly into that they are citizens of an earthly kingdom the last abyss through the distorting as well as of a heavenly to perform mists of fever This mans precious and that they have duties moral and physical health must in no in connection with the one just as way be endangered It is better so truly as in connection with the our friend seems to argue that the other Â¬ Â¬ SHOES Rctol Powder sssm O E A 3D S Govt Report Aug Baking Peaks 1111 -- fcAICwJbJ ABSOUUTEUT PURE rM Madam Rumor has it that one of our fair maidens will soon wed Who Where To whom Miss Porter Winter has gone to visit relatives at Pleasureville Miss Nellie Bacon has returned home from a visit to relatives in Lees town Mrs Wheeler nee Miss Nora Hay don is visiting her parents here Miss Jennie Sullivan is visiting her sister Mrs Will Glanton of Frank- Â¬ fort Miss Annie Martin of Switzer visit- Â¬ ed the family of Jas Haynes Esq Ladies the first of this week Mr John Long of Pleasureville was in this community Saturday Mrs John Pierce who has been lying very ill for the past six weeks is reported no better Misses Messrs Lyman Graham and Jas Watt were in and about the Mill Sunday Rev Mr Roberts of Frankfort prached to a full house Sunday eve 1 ning Died March 5th 1891 Mrs Lizzie Haynes wife of Jas Haynes Esq in 1 the 40th year of her age Deceased was a lady of amiable disposition whom many loved None knew that death was near until she was in its cold embrace She leaves a large Â¬ XjCPsXT AJ37 R K McCf lires Kid Button Shoes Grain Glove Grain Button Shoes Grain 11 2 Shoes 11 2 - v ss t m 4 1 95c 95c 95c 80c 75c 75c 50c 50c Womens Front Lace Shoes Lot Womens Heavy Shoes Lot Boys Boots 11 13 Thank and to whom their many friends ten- Â¬ der their eincerest and most heart- Â¬ felt sympathies Weep not for those Who sink within the arms of death Ere yet the chilling wrintry breath Of sorrow oer them blows But weep for those who here remain The mournful heritors of pain She was a consistent member of the North Fork Baptist Church at which the funeral services werecon ducted by the Rev Mr Alderman The remains were then interred in the cemetery at that place Maxey family who deeply feel their loss COME BEFORE ALL GONE These Prices For Cash Only Ladies Realize perhaps more fully than any one else the value of a clear and beautiful complexion and they also know how difficult it is to retain freshness and beauty when con- Â¬ fronted by so many diseases incident to females that sap their strength and Science undermine their health progroses There are two remedies when UBed in connection will cure any case of female weakness of short or long standing and restore tho individual to perfect health very quickly Dr Hales Household Ointment used in connection with Dr Hales Household Tea will ac- Â¬ complish the desired result quicker and better than any other known remedy Largo size 50 cents sold at South Side drug store 4 P H Oaupentek Â¬ R K McCLURE Â¬ Money - Saved By buying Pocket Knives Scissors Razors Butcher Knives Carving Knives Sheep Shear- - THE FIHST SYMPTOMS OF 1D25ATH Tired feeling dull headache pains parts of tho body sinking at tho pit of tho stomach loss of ap petite fovorishness pimples or sores are all positive eviuoneo of poisoned blood No matter how it became poisoned it must ho purified to avoid loath Dr Ackers English Blood Elixir has newer failed to remove scrofulous or syphilitic poisons Sold under positive guarantee 9 J W Gayle Druggist in various Â¬ ers and Horse Clippers from I Gray The Leading Church Hardware 3 Merchants SHILOHS COUGH and Consump Â¬ tion Cure is sold by us on a guarantee It cures Consumption For sale by 27 J W Gaylo Fon Rent A two story house with Cor Murray and Campbell streets Apply to V J Hughes 1527 11 tf Murray street 7 DWARD 4 -- CLAASSEN 2S-caicx rooms Plumber GasSteam Fitter ANm nTOATTm tnt Â¬ Chance to buy Kiicyvlopeillu Hrltauicn per volume at 1 Jiinrantecil to bo only exact reprint It K McCLUUi 15 Gas fixtures Baih Tubs Sinks Closets Â¬ PIPE AND FITTINGS ETC STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO JOB AND CONTRACT WORK ALL WORK I3lILIAKDS AND POOL Lovers of GUARANTEED billiards and pool will find Wiloy 0 Williams hall on St Clair street 25 tf open FRANKFORT KBNTUKOY In rear of Salonders Grocery H fAt ijttif TJImiftrY itr Tir ifr ii ir ri mtmk CSP jii d i hi Special Sale of Ging hams Monday Tuesday and Wednesday March 16 17 18 7 l 2c for Ginghams worth 10c 10c for Toile dn Nord Ginghams worth 15c 12 l 2c for Zephyr Ginghams worth 15c 18c for 32 inch Zephyr Ginghams worth 25c 25c for 32 inch zephyr ginghams worth 29c LACE CURTAINS AT COST We will put on sale Monday March 16 our entire stock of Lace Curtains and Fancy Screens at cost Curtains from 60c a pair and up We want to close out this department SuflkJMC E i 3XTo- - jro 33LX TMLbuLxx Street Â¬ Personal Dcatli Came Suddenly Col J Stoddard Johnston of Louis- Â¬ ville was in the city on Tnursday Mr Robert R Giltner of Emi Â¬ nence was in the city on Tuesday Miss Nellie Sanders returned Tuesday from a short visit to Louisville - Mrs Albert Hollencamp spent the past week with her father in this city Mr Chas D Bercaw has been visiting friends in Louisville this week Mrs J Buford Hendrick and daughter left Tuesday for Louisville Mrs Robert Ohoate left Thursday morning to visit relatives in LouisÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mrs Hiram Berry left Tuesday for Mr Sigimin Lusclior Stricken With Apoplexy Dies in a few Louisville Minutes Mr Ben Dudley of Louisville spent Sunday in this city Mr Sigmun Luscher one of our Capt J B Veech of Lexington was most prominent and popular German in the city Wednesday citizens was attacked with apoplexy Mr Alf Robbins of Louisville Thursday evening while sitting s nt Sunday in the city at the supper table with his Hon M C Alford of Lexington family and died in about half an spent Monday in this citv hour He had not been in the most Mrs H D Fitch of Louisville is robust health for some time but was visiting relatives in this city as well as usual when he took his Miss Mary Hill has returned from a seat at the table with his family He visit to relatives at Hartford had eaten a plate of soup with ap- Â¬ Miss Amelia Weitzel returned Mon Â¬ parent relish when he suddenly fell day from a visit to Cincinnati forward upon the table breathing Mr D B Walcutt left last Thursday heavily He was assisted to his bed fjr Chicago and Cleveland Ohio where he lingered for about half an sented Lexington The latter gen Â¬ tleman devoted considerable of his time to pouring hot shot into Louisville spoke in very complimentary terms of Frankfort and in his usual happy style advocated the claims of the Blue Grass town Tho Commit- Â¬ tee will hear further argument next Tuesday and Wednesday evenings Judge Wm Lindsay will represent Frankfort before the Cqsmmittee IIfliarfijiull for ut Bob Skill man Shot Mr Robert T Skillman of Louis- Â¬ ville formerly of this city was shot and mortally wounded in a difficulty with Lambert U Goldsmith also of Louisville at Columbus Indiana Thursday afternoon Mr Skillman is a nephew of Col Chas E Tay- Â¬ Infants and Children Castoria cures Colic Sour Stomach Diarrhoea Eructation Kills Worms gives sleep and promotes di Â¬ gestion Without Injurious medication For several years I have recommended your Castoria and shall always continue to do so as it has invariably produced beneficial results Edwin F Pardr M D The Winthrop 129th Street and Tth Ave New York City 77 C orl ft is so well adapted to children that I recommend itas superior to any prescription known to mo II A Ancnra M D Ill So Oxford St Brooklyn N T Constipation ville of Prof Pickett Miss Edith Montfort has returned to her home in Cnventon after a visit to Mrs W H Posey Mrs Arch Dixon of Henderson is visiting her sister Miss Annie Herndon near this city Mrs Knox Brown of Owen coun tv is visiting her mother Mrs Sarah Watson on Wapping street Miss Janie Dehoney entertained a number of her young friends very handsomely Saturday evening last Mr P Fall Taylor of Louisville who was in tho city several days this week returned home Tuesday morn ing Miss Garnett McKay of Bards town who has been visiting Miss Joe Duvall left Tuesday morning for home Hons Geo M Davie A P Hum Â¬ phrey and W W Thum of Louis- Â¬ ville were in the city on legal busi ness Tuesday Messrs E P Bryan and Frank Halloran left Saturday afternoon for atrip to Johnson City Tennessee and Big Stone Gap Virginia Mrs W H Grider of Russellville who has been visiting her parents Mr S C Sayre and wife in this city left Monday morning for home Hon E H Taylor jr and wife left Thursday afternoon for Jacksonville Florida where they will remain some time for the benefit of Mr Tayl ors heallu Capt Asa Walker U S N and wife who have been visiting Mrs Walkers parents Maj J A Grant and wife loft Saturday afternoon for Â¬ Â¬ Louisville Miss Lizzie Crutcher returned Sat- Â¬ urday night from a protracted visit to Louisville U S Senator John G Carlisle and wife of Covington have been in the city this week Judge and Mrs Vm C Jennings of Boston are visiting Mr and Mrs George Darsie Misses Elizabeth and Marie Dye of Indianapolis are visiting the family Dr R H Loughridge and wife left Thursday morning for a visit to hour suffering intensely until death came as a sweet relief from pain The deceased was born in Canton Aargau Switzerland on the 29th of June 1833 camo to this country about 37 years ago and settled in Cincin- Â¬ nati but afterwards removed to Memphis Tennessee where ho was residing when the war broke out When Memphis was taken by the Federal troops he left there and re- Â¬ turned to Switzerland where he re mained until 1860 when he came to this city and established the Frank Â¬ fort Brewery which he continued to operate until some six years ago when he sold the establishment to the Cap- Â¬ ital Brewing Company and was made superintendent of the establishment About three years ago he opened tho Office Saloon on Broadway and was conducting the same at the time of his death He was several times elected a member of the City Council from the second ward and was a faithful con Â¬ scientious public servant Everybody knew kind hearted generous Sig Lus Â¬ cher and he was everybodys friend A kind and affectionate hu3band and father and a true friend he goes to his grave regretted and mourned by a large circle of friends He was married three times his last wife and five children surviving him He was a member of the Ma sonic fraternity of the Knights of Honor and German Benevolent So ciety and his funeral which will take place this afternoon at 2 oclock from his late residence on Ann street will be attended by all these organiza tions the ceremonies being in charge of Frankfort Commandery No 4 Knights Templar Â¬ Â¬ lor of this city and resided here eral years when a boy sev- Â¬ The use of Castoria Is so universal and its merits so well known that it seems a work of supererogation to endorse it Few are the intelligent families who do not keep Castoria within easy reach Carlos Martyk D DCity New York Late Pastor Bloomlngdolo Reformed Church In Session The State Board of Equalization met in this city on Monday and will remain in session some time Tmt Cshtaur Cowaky Mbbiiat Stbjwt Nw York flfSB Would rather bo without bread Bishops Residence Marquottte I bavo Buffered a great dual and wbenovor I fool now a nervous attack coming I toko a doao of Pastor Koonlga Norvo Toalo and fool rellovod I think a groat deal of it and would rathor bo Â¬ mHAFHS Ulcta Nov 7 1899 Tho Bov J Kossblel of above place writes solid handsome cke of scouring sop which no equal for all cleaning purposes excephn the lundry To use it is to value i-tcjgg lh is hs without bread than without tho Tonic Our Pampblot for Batterers of nervous di seases will bo sent tree to iiny address and poor patients can also obtain this moulcine from us Irco of chargohas been preparod by tho Kevorond This remedy Kcenig of Fort Wayne Ind for the past Pastor ten yoars and is now propared under his direc tion by tho EO West Prico J V Bottles for 5 GAYLE Druggist Frankfort Ky 1 CHICAGO Uiiisn eer dates Ct SOLD BY DRUCCISTS KOEKIO MEDICINE CO ILL What will SAP0LI0 do Why it will clean paint make oil cloths bright and give the floors tables and shelves a new appearance It will take the grease off the dishes and off the pots and pans You can scour the knives and forks with it and make the tin things shine brightly The wash basin the bath tub even the greasy kitchen sink will be as clean as a new pin if you use SAP0LI0 One cake will prove all we say Be a clever housekeeper and try it BEWARE OF IMITATIONS THERE IS BUT ONE SAPOLIO per Bottle 6 ENOCH MORGANS SONS CO NEW YORK c MlP0fl vw v -- oW JACOB SWIGJERT CO Have Removed From the Balfzei Building rjT - Kurr z 5iy -- mm JtXVtt oust --H101 nE ivC--Xn- sr UND 102 HM STREETS steeet to as e merit of the Capital Hotel - Post Office Laborer Ar Â¬ rested fiSTThey will fill this space with an entirely new advertisement in a Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to tho taste and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys lu i New York Mrs Chapman Coleman is expect- Â¬ ed to arrive from Berlin Germany to morrow and will spend tho next three months with her mother Mrs Mary S Hendrick in this city - Is Improving Hon W 0 P Breckinridge Con Â¬ gressman from this district who has been very ill in Florida is improving and will be out again in a short time a WikSi w tem effectually dispels colds head aches and fevers and cures habitual Syrup of Figs is the constipation only remedy of its kind ever produced pleasing to the taste and ac ceptahlo to tho stomach prompt hi its action and truly beneficial in its eflects prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have mado it tho most m popular remedy known Capital Claimants Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and 81 bottles by all leading drugDelegations from Lexington and gists Any reliable druggist who Louisville arrived in the city Thurs- may not have it on hand will proday afternoon and laid tho claims of cure it promptly for any one who their respective cities before the Con- Â¬ wishes to try it Do not accept any stitutional Convention on Thursday substitute evening Hon Augustus E Willson CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO was the spokesman for Louisville SAN FRANCISCO CAL LOUISVILLE TK NEW YORK NY while Hon James H Mulligan repre Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Deputy U S Marshal Con McCarty arrested Green B Johnson the young colored man employed as a laborer at the postoflice in this city upon a charge of writing obscene language upon a newspaper which passed through the oflice The offense was committed last November and tho ar- Â¬ rest was made upon a warrant sworn out Thursnay by U S Postoflice In- Â¬ spector John P Clum who has been investigating the case Johnson was held in tho sum of 200 to appear this morning at 10 oclock bofore Com- Â¬ missioner W J Ohinn short time Â¬ JOHN T BUCKLEY Queensware mid Fancy China Tea Sf ts 56 pieces 3 Dinner Seis from 850 up The larg Â¬ est stock in Central Kentucky to select presents from Cook Stoves from 3 up Stoves Tinware and Home Furnishing Goods from Heating Stoves 475 up Plumliing and Gas Fitting Tin Roofing and GuttcringJob work of all kinds in both branches done promptly and guaranteed to be fust class I have the largest stock in my different lines to be found in Central Kentucky and at prices that arc beyond all competitors Give me a call JOHN T BTJCKLET ffiSSSBS FVT mSaMMm TO iXXHi J jOL Jli JJwJL JCLi JLs Buggies Surreys and Farm Implements Collars Chassis Back Bands Names Bridles c c kZ We desire to say we have one of the largest lines of Ever shown in Frankfort Also a large Jine of PLOW GEAR such as 1 The best Collar Pad you ever saw for 40c Work Bridles 75c No 20 for 9 50 No 19 for 9 w 125 Oliver Chilled Plow COME AND SEE USyour WEWILL HAVE YOU MONEY repairing or make you any thing wanted in the harness line e have a harness maker and can do Opposite Court house O EL CKLXJTCELIl CO orrvo JKto 1873 1891 QUINN X OlNTME i Av i S iai a lhj EMBiiiD 3 nm iidjihii aura iBmEiSuinsii ant nwman uunaa srunio ninurui r3 and all fnlargemtnts sibsolululy removed by en bwiu inmn M i b na i rHjiOTCirnTa i Brr- - 1 in m YJJs uiiuibv ki m SSPURED It has the unqualified endorsement of our lead- i tug norsemt n una t acnnarians i mm0tBk uryw Mb C E Dinkiiaht Cathitr Ltatr Jiank Slay ton Minn rays One bottle cured a ery bud case of blood s avln on n mnro for which I Lave since been ottered It cost aw ft bottle I would not bo without It ir such testimonials We have hundreds of Price SI 50 ner bat tic Ask yourdriicclstforlt If he 1ocj not keep It bend us 12 2c stamps lor trial box CO Whitehall N Y W B EDDY qi iisiqi hiiiwiw lama nr m iiwn iuK nmHmMUHuni iiii T CRUTCHER All the Novelties in STARKS All the new shades in Morses Sold Sheriff J A New Arrangement Dnnlap Hats One year ago this morning Fisk Clark Flags SrRt IV m 0 Noel sold two good our old place was entirely de- Â¬ The Kentucky Midland Railway to satisfy executions against horses id Gloves Crescent Route and Scarfs HIS the owners on Thursday in front of and the Queen Virginia and Geogia stroyed by fire East Tennessee the Court House Fair prices were Railway have made an arrangement obtained for both AND whereby the mileage books of the two latter roads will be good for passage a Candidate Is Are Beauties on allK M trains the same as on Major J Alex Grant of this city the road issuing them which will has announced himself as a candidate prove a great advantage to traveling for the Democratic nomination for men The Midland is the peoples To day the anniversary of our we come before you with the grandest Register of the Land Office Major road and will always give its patrons line of Eastern goods ever displayed to the public Grant served one term in the office the best possible accommodations twelve years ago some Sprizig Sliapes S uspe3fLdexs 3 reat Disaster Thousands A Big Kick Â¬ Spreading for Leagues Around The marshy overflowed lands sunken lots and halt submerged rirer banks which giro them birth tho seeds of malaria impregnate the air andaro Inhaled at cvory breath by thousands unprovided with any ndequato safeguard against the baneful influence Yet such exist potent alikoto remedy or to pro Â¬ ve nt pure In its constituents and tho professionally recognized substitute for the hate Â¬ ful drug qulnlno Its namo is Hotettcrs Stomucn Butters n family specific and safe guard foremast not only as an antidote to miliaria but also as a means ct permanently removing dyspepsia and relieving constipa tion liver complaint rheumatism kidney and bladder ailments and nervousness Among invlgorants it takes tho llrst placo and is also a superb appetizer Use it syste Â¬ matically Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ See our great line of A public meeting was held at Beat tyville on the 27th of February at which a vigorous protest was adopt ed against the discontinuance by the TJ S Government of work on the Jock and dam at that place of Eastern Suits t P cafie rficnlav See our grand inside show nf w Short Wist SWrtS C I for Men Bovs and Children i l NP GET WE A R - - Remember the 17th of March a Sprig of Shamrock given to every adult visitor See our great display of Sold His House Mr L H Finnell has sold to Messrs N B Smith and G A Thom- Â¬ as the house and lot lately occupied by him on South Steele street for nineteen hundred and fifty dollars It will bo occupied by Mr Thomas next week See our immense line of Gentlemens - Jewelry I a Remember you see only third on the one- - of our Mammoth Stock A Special Term -mbm Shot iu South Frauklbrt Wesley Andrew Jackson and two young tiegro men got Black into a fuss in SoutlFrankfort Thurs Â¬ day afternoon which resulted in Jackson being shot in the leg by A dusky damsel was Black cause of the row Black was ar- Â¬ the rested and lodged in jail Judge Warren Montfort will open a special term of the Franklin Cir- Â¬ cuit Court in this city on Tuesday March 31st for the trial of tho trade mark case of Messrs E II Taylor Jr cSj Sons vs The George T Stagg Co The question involved is the right of the defendants to use the namo of Mr E H Taylor Jr in It connection with their business will probably roquiro a week or more to try the case Boston Garter go upstairs ICHILDElESPS a and see it all Azrnletts a 5cc HOSIERY -- bba u vOTS J We show greater line of 3 OOClS than all the houses in Frankfort combined See our line of Gentlemens Slats Olotliing arid Omislxing See our Will Remove Mis Stock P Peppor having failed to purchase the old Fair Ground which he has been using for the past eloven years for the purpose of developing his trotting horses will roniovo his stock to one of his farms in Scott county His lease upon the place expired on the first of this month Col R Attention Sir Knights The Sir Knights of Frankfort Cora mandory No 4 Knights Templar are requested to assemble at their asylum in Odd Fellows Temple this afternoon at 1 oclock for tho purpose of attending the funeral of our de Â¬ ceased frater Sir Sigmun Luscher and burying his remains with the honors of Knighthood By order of M D AVEIULL EASTERN HOSIERY Hundreds of Styles Visitor Look out for our opening Card Gases Bags Pocket Books It will be jrrand Trunks Collar Boxes Masons Attention Drinking Cups co The membors of Frankfort Lodge TJo 4 A Y M are requested to meet at their Lodge room at 1 oclock this afternoon for the purpose of at- Â¬ Attest Commander U Keknon Recorder tending the funeral of our deceased By order of Geo A Lewis Mastor brother Sigmun Luscher miles Nerve and Liver BUY YOUR HATS OF US Fourth Pills An important discovery They act on the liver stomach and bowels through tho nerves A now principle Attest They speedily euro billiousness bad B T Fabmek Socy taste torpid liver piles and constipa- Â¬ tion Splendid for men women and I would not enter on my list of children Smallost mildest surest friends the man who needlessly sots 50 doses for 25 conts Samples free at 45 ly his foot upon a worn and yet I ex J W Gaylos Frankfort Ky pect I have a friend or two who would seo his horse limp all day be foro hed spend twenty five cents for Unexcelled Â¬ Crutcher Jefferson LOUISVILLE 8c Main Street FRANKFORT Starks Gustayus Â¬ Main Street LEXINGTON Talbott Estate iM v Not if you go through the world a HARDY NURSERY STOCK a bottle of Salvation Oil Dr Ackers Dyspepsia dyspeptic Temperate cnerKetlo men wanted to solicit or tho nototl US Post Department Washing- Â¬ Dr Goldstoinwho has beonoptician Tablets aro a positive oure for thoÂ¬ ders fur nursery muck Icrniunent employment in our worst forms of Dyspepsia Indiges good pay VarletlesetipeclullyndaptedtotlioMHitli ton D 0 I havo used Dr Bulls of Louisville Co M3U 60 lenn Square Ihlla 1iu a Cough Syrup in my family and find city for tho past ton lays will re Â¬ tion Flatulenoy and Constipation li Cuask main one week longer on account of Guaranteed and sold by AGENTS WANTED it a valuable remedy for croup coughs Office at an increase of business W S Ouhtib 0 and colds J W Gayle Druggist Hotel Konyon Acting Chief Olork A IS LIFE WORTH LIVING A tfliwt fiviw Fnllmtt upi ruii il LATE iiajiiient tuuieumltliuso IuivIhk claims uuiltist his witnU will iltie present them properly M piuveu up iur piijiiiem iiuun u BWIT mw v iin Executor v ALL PKIISONS INOEUTKO TO THK ii air mmmffl v - Lt WrT rFWTVvr I We begin the new year with a more complete IF O 13 1891 line of goods than ever before of every description and and repairs for same Harrows Seed Sowers Com Planters Cultivators 4c Buggies - Pheatons Surrys and Road Carts A full line of In many styles Hand made Harness all prices Wagon Harness Plow Gear In all sizes and variety of SADDLES What we advertise you will find we keep it to your interest to call and see us FHAMFOBT ROUNDABOUT Fraukfort Kentucky ALL KINDS OF FIELD SEEDS And we are sure that we can make Entered at the postrofllce at as second class mailable matter AEO A LEWIS Editor and Publisher 14 FRANKFORT MARCH 1891 Wants A the Back Differ ence Â¬ and came flying down to the bottom carrying one of Mr Buckleys em- Â¬ ployes who was sitting on it down at a rate of speed which to a light- Â¬ ning express train would have clone credi and landed him in a heap at the bottom He had a wondprful as he was only bruised escape street doors were knocked from The their hinges out on the pavement and the stairway otherwise littered up A few dollars will cover the loss IWCASTIIV IB Frankfort High School the week SENIOR CLASS To the Public 1 W J CHINN Honors for March 0th ending milE JL JR Of-Â¬ 1 Roll of honor Sadie Grant 100 Georgia Payne 100 First honor Flossie French 100 Annie Magill 100 Second honor Addie Rupe 99 Virgio Nelson 99 Third honor Bonnie Hockensmith 97 THE LOW RETAIL lour Mill So85 per bbl nesi itouer patent rerrection 5 63 per bbl Best 2d Pitent Invincible 5 45 per bbl Best Dulir Flour BOOperbbl Best X X X KestX X 350 per bbl FOLLOWING ARE prices at Miiln Elkhorn Discount on COO pound lots Custom grinding soilclUU S MARTIN Will practice in all State Courts fice second floor Custom House Jan 30 ly FltANK IllOLl Jan Proprietor 17 2 President As Dm Kit Vice President E B Bakstow Sec and Treas 11 T Basinkt superintendent little more than a year ago there was a lively race for the nomination for the office of constable in the magisterial district in Bagdad county three candidates Shelby field and the question being in the was settled by a primary election During the canvass a friend of one of the candidates bought the vote of a citizen of the Jacksonville precinct for twenty five dollars paying one half down the balance to bo paid later but as the candidate for whom the floater was to vote failed to re- Â¬ ceive the nomination the purchaser of the vote has never come to time with the deferred payment and now thepartywho disposed of his suffrage has brought suit in a magistrates court to recover the balance of twelve dollars and a half due The case is exciting a great deal of inter-Â¬ est and when it comes to trial some rare evidence is expected This is a great country and its primary elections are wonderful to behold Transferred ALESME WANTED Tie Marti 108 Frintinc M Co Former j the Standard Printing Ink Works MANUFACTURERS O- FPRINTINGAND LITHOGRAPHIC INKS VARNISHESjFTC Iune28-lv- - JUNIOR CLASS Lexington Consistency Lexington contended that should the Constitutional Convention pro- Â¬ hibit the levying of a tax to support the State College in that city itwould be violating the contract under which the College was located there and succeeded in defeating the measure upon that ground Now she turns around and is moving heaven and earth to induce the same body to vio- Â¬ late a contract made nearly a century ago with certain citizens of Frank fort whereby the State agreed in consideration for certain lands ceded to the State to locate the Capital here a contract more binding if anything than the one made with Lexington It depends altogether upon whose ox is gored with the average Lexing tonian whether a solemn agreement is be held sacred or considered of no consequence The Capital of the Blue grass is a jewel of consistency Mr Will T Crutcher of Belle Roll of honor Maggie Daniel 100 point who has been in the railway Maggie Culter 100 To fell our Cholco Nursery Stock SALARY nnd EXPENfaES or liberal commission und steady mail service for several years with First honor Cecile McEwan 98 work for earnest workers Write headquarters in St Louis has been Second honor Mary Crutcher 97 transferred from the seventh to the ELLW ANGER BA1UIY Third honor Emma Peden fifth division and now has his head- Â¬ Mt Hope Nurseries FIRST YEAR CLASS Rochester N 7 quarters in Cincinnati his run being Established 1840 Mar 7 lt His Roll of Honor Oinnie Theobald from that city to Nashville fumily will reside either here or in 100 Annie Coleman 100 Bessie Hay KENTUCKY HON RAILWAY C3 Louisville don 100 Lorena Newhouse 100 First honor Pauline Brown 100 TIME CARD A Narrow Escape May Bohannan 100 Eliza Spald- Â¬ ing 100 Myra Wiard 100 EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 2IST 1890 Messrs John Shaw and Canada Second honor Ida Brady 99 GOING EAST Goins while engaged in catching drift Third honor Willie Bull 98 just above the PumpingStation Mon- Â¬ 300 p m LeaveTexlnston day afternoon had their boat capsized 4i0 p w Leave Wlncliexter The Valedictorian 451 p in City LeineClay was compelled to resort to and Shaw 625 p in Arrive Lumber Point 6 30 p in his swimming powers to save his At the commencement exercises of Arrive Three Forks 1130 a m Leave life Goins was unable to swim and the Western Dental College of Kan Â¬ Arrive Three horks 125 p m Elkatawa was rescued in an unconscious condi- Â¬ sas City Mo last night Dr J Hen- Â¬ GOING WEST tion by a colored man employed at ry Cromwell formerly of this county 835 a in Le ivo Elkatawa graduated and was the valedictorian Arrive Three Forks SafTells distillery 10S0 a m 6 00 a ni of his class He will locate at Platts Leave Three rorks 605 a m Lumber His New Paper burg Missouri and commence the Arrive Clay Clt Point 1 37 a in Arrive 830 a in Arrlte Winchester practice of his profession 9 3 a in ArrUe Lexlntiton The Commonweal Capt Sam M Connections made at Lumber Point with Gaines new tri weekly paper has To Reside on the South steamerto for Beattjvllle Trains between nearest Elkatawa In made its appearance and the first Three Jackson Ky station Side Forks and Lexington run dally between Three number is upon our table It is a Forks and ilkatawa dally Sundays excepted J L MURPHY bright newsy sheet gotten up in first Chief Justice W H Holt has rent- Â¬ General Passenger Agent class style and the other newspaper ed from Mr R W McRery the Gen men of Maysville will have to hustle John Rodman property on Camp- Â¬ to keep up with the pace the Captain bell street between Shelby and Main ONE DOLLAR WEEKLY will set for them Heres luck to the streets and will remove his family Commonweal may the number of its there to reside on the first of April BUYS A GOOD GOLD WATOH subscribers run up into the millions Canal Cincinnati Ohio WM CROMWELL RBAL BSTATB AGBJST TXT Vr ILL will also girs special attention to the purchast nnd aale of real estate collection of nts claim aud the legotlattnu of loans innfl i Franklin and the adjoining counties and PRACTICE IN TDK COURTS OF r H G MATTERS THE FkitKTiitr 334 MAIN STREET FRANKFORT KY Dr W I Kelley OF CINCINNATI WILL BE AT THE IN FRANKFORT KY 1 OHIO Masonic Meetings Change of Base Mr Ryland D Bedford formerly of the Forks of Elkhorn precinct this county who has been living in Kenton county for several years has removed to Georgetown and taken charge of the Spring View Hotel BY OUR CLUB SYSTEM rv V Frankfort Chapter No 3 R A M meets in regular monthly convoca- Â¬ tion on Thursday evening next at 730 oclock There will be work in the M M and P M degrees A full attendance of the Companions is de- Â¬ sired Frankfort Commandory No 4 K T meets in regular monthly conclave on Thursday evening next at 730 oclock There will bo business of importance and the Red Cross order Going Back to Mississippi will be conferred upon one postulant therefore a full attendance of the Sir Rev Dr James M Lewis formerly Knights is desired of this city who has had charge of The Talbott Sale the Cane Run Baptist Church in Fayette county for several years On Wednesday March 25 will be haB received a call to take charge of a especially to stock breed Â¬ church in Greenville Mississippi and interesting beautiful farm to be sold as the will very probably accept the same ers to take lies but a short mile from the birth At the time he was called of Maud S and of charge of the church here Dr Lewis place fewthe mother the celebrated miles from a had been living in Mississippi for but Onward and con- stables of Longfellow twenty five years and should ho Madrid while the stable of Preten- Â¬ clude to return to that State it will on Mr Steve Blacks farm at the be like going home as the now der The Tal Â¬ is almost in sight church is in the same section where pond farm is surrounded by a charmed bott ho formerly resided circle so far as horse flesh is con- Â¬ cerned and is suitable for laying out A Smasli Up a first class trotting track Not only the farm but everything upon it will The car used by the establishment bo sold that day just as they are of Mr J T Buckley on St Clair enumerated in tho advertisement street to haul heavy goods up the Burgoo at 1 oclock stairs at the side of the store room Â¬ Our 14 karet natent stiffened gold Wirianted lor 20 jean Walthun movement reliable ana wen Known iem winu and set hunting or open face ladys or gents blze Equal to any 75 watch We sell one ol thesp watches for FRIDAY FRIDAY cases are FRIDAY and Elgin FRIDAY MARCH 13 1891 APRIL 3 1891 APRIL 24 1891 MAY 15 1891 H m 28 Query a city in regard to the location of a college is to bo held sacred why should a contract between the State and a city in regard to tho location of tho Capital be broken Will Lexington please answer If a contract between the State and and send to any address by registered mail orÂ¬ by express C O Dwlth privilege of examina tion Our agent at Durham N C wr Our Jewelers have confessed tu- - dontknow how jou can furnish such work for tru money CASH BLEEDING FHE3or tsLIND little or no pain ITCHIN Cured wltovut any surgical operation and wltk Chloroform Ligature or Knlfd It not necessary with this mode of treatment IlSITJXA IN ANO la cured FISSURES Oared wltnout cutting or tearing J wanted at each place Write for particulars Gate Gone Tho recent high water in tho Ken- Â¬ tucky river carried away one of the gates at Lock No 1 which will close navigation on tho river until tho damage can be repaired m EMPIRE WATOH CO 43 ULCERATION Of CATARRh and SOMalden Lane New York N Y SLEEP IN PEACE B5T TJSI0STG arly for nearly bevenHuis and the many curea no humane amoug the wealthy and lnmnntu citizens are sufficient erldenee of his success dl It Is now a well established fact that man eases of the stomach liver kidney bladdat womb and nervoih system are either caused o attenuated by the coexistence of PILES VIBTO LAVlSSURE or RECTAL CJLCKR REFERENCES Drnedj has now been vUlttngthta city rego the bowel cured Lieutenant Graham PRATTS KILLEE FOR BED BUGS Mr Bernard Graham was on Mon- Â¬ This preparation Is superior to all others fo reasons day night elected second lieutenant the following bugs Instantly It kills the effectually destroys their eggs therefore It is It of tho Johnson Guards only necessary to use It once or twice during the Wo salute you lieutenant season Oak Hill Stock Farm 1 1 4 n tin Innfnnltina TYM H day evening lust before six oclock Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria v vmjf W W O Rogers of Lebanon Ky in ordering Quinns Ointment adds It is tho best following postscript This is the thing I have ever used universal expression from Maino to California For Curbs Splint Spav JOHN H STAOKHOUSB SOLE AGENTS ins Windpuffs Bunches ft takes tho Â¬ It possesses advantages over Insect powders In asmuch as It can be used In places which they can not reach FBIDAT8 AND 8ATUEDAY8 Its odor Is agreeable and It ti warranted not to Injure carpets linen or furniture pamphlets describing these diseases and tal No fatal elfects can result from Its use as It any one by ad contains no poison which fact should give It a mode of treatment Mat treat dressing place In every household Sold In large bottles at 25 cents each M For sale by W1I AVEUILL ut wholesale nnd retail Â¬ Gober Frankfort Ky Franklin Morris ftraefensbuig j T btateu Frankfort Ky Urankfort Ky V vierberlch Be L P Hnlett Benson Ky A H McClurt Kraukiort Ky Richard Ferguson Frankfort Kf W J Dtaiy Frankfort Ky David aiooTel Ilenson Kv Jas M Wltl row Frankfort Ky DR KECLETS office and residence Is at Wk West Eighth street Cincinnati and where h may be oub4 every day of each week EXCEPT Dr E aC fi s W CO 269 West SlghthSt Olnolnnatl HT CONSULTATION TREE I KELLEY Dv O leaq n 1 fap J 632 Arch Street Pelladelph la i mM M 13MW taw flfr mjarauui WF ILf u Ui venting fevers headaches and other Tho following item has been going forms of sickness For sale in 50c the rounds of the press and as our and 100 bottles by all leading drug Â¬ druggist J W Uayle handles the gists 26 lm goods it may interest our readers Having had occasion to use Cham Â¬ CROUP WHOOPING COUGH and berlains Cough Remedy it gives me Bronchitis immediately relieved by pleasure to state that I found it to Shilohs Cure For sale by J W be the best medicine for a cough I Gayle 27 m overused in fact it cured me of a cough that had baffled several other Heed The Warning cough medicines N R Buknett 26 lm Atalissa Iowa It is not infrequently the case that itching pimples and irritating cat Company Inspection boils are the forerunners of larger boils or the more Berious carbuncles The Johnson Guards of this city Invariably nature puts out her dan Â¬ were inspected by Colonel E H Gai ger signals and they should be The pimples needed at ther Lieutenant Colonel Gran Gra- Â¬ little boils once that the blood is and not show ham and Major Hall of the Second in a good condition and nature is Regiment Kentucky State Guards trying to relieve the system A few Â¬ on Wednesday afternoon Tho com- Â¬ doses of Swifts Specific at this juncture will accomplish wonders The pany was paraded in the State House eruption will be healed and the sys Â¬ yard put through the various evolu- Â¬ tem cleansed of its impurities The tions and then dress parade was modern paraphrase of the old say Â¬ time etc is that given after which they were dismiss Â¬ ing A stitch in will save nine pairs Timely stitches ed Tho boys acquitted themselves of breeches The modern form has in a creditable manner a touch of humor that does not mod- Â¬ ify the truth of it In that vein we may say that a course of is and it fills the bill much Specific prevents ills terrific Swifts Here it better than anything we could say m It gives me the greatest pleasure to you in regard to Chamberlains OUR VERY BEST PEO Â¬ write Cough Remedy During the past PLE winter I have sold more of it than Confirm pur statement when we say and have yet to find any other kind any one but what was benefited by that Dr Ackers English Remedy is taking it I have never had any in every way superior to any and all other preparations for the Throat medicine in my store that gave such and Lungs Cough J M Roney Croup it is In Whooping relievesand universal satisfaction at Druggist Geuda Springs Kansas 50 once We magio and offer you a sample bottle cent bottles for sale by J W Gayle free Remember this Remedy is sold 26 lm on a positive guarantee 9 jr W Gayle Druggist owners to repair sidewalks Adopt Â¬ ed On motion of Mr Darnell the as Â¬ sessors books were accepted and an appeal meeting sot for tho 24th inst FRANKFORT MARCH 14 1801 The ordinance of Councilman Par Â¬ sons directing that all accounts be presented to the clerk by tho 6th of the month was adopted Tlie Danger J 0 Rogers was granted permis Tho rivor which rose so rapidly on sion to erect an awning in front of Saturday and Sunday until it threat- Â¬ his store on High street Mr J is ened to overflow tho lower part of the council Liindsey appeared oeioroÂ¬ in behalf of the Stan the city came to a stand on Monday dard Oil Company and after much and Tuesday Blowly began to recede discussion the matter was postponed until next until yesterday it had gotten down to committee Tuesday night the license to report same a good boating stage Geo A Lewis was awarded tho con Â¬ m tract for printing tho manuscript orMr James Lambert of New Bruns Â¬ dinances I was badly Several bids wero received for tho wick Illinois says afllicted with rheumatism in the hips lease of the workhouse all of which and legs when I bought a bottle of after being opened wore referred to Chamberlains Pain Balm It cured the workhouse committee to report me in three days I am all right to next Tuesday night An account for costs in the Sullivan day and would insist on every one who is afllicted with that terrible case was referred to the finance com- Â¬ disease to use Chamberlains Pain mittee with power to act For sale Mayor Mangan was directed to vote Balm and get well at once 26 lm by J W Gayle the citys stock in the Flat Creek m Turnpike at the meeting to be held during the next few days Mysteriously Missing The usual monthly accounts were allowed Judge John Woolums Postmaster The council adjourned until next at Midway left home Monday morn Tuesday night ing ostensibly to go to Lexington but TOURISTS has not returned or been heard irom He left his oflice in charge of his Weather on pleasure bent or busi Â¬ daughter who became ill and Mr one of tho editors of ness should take on every jtrip a Joe Williams as it acts of Syrup the Blue Grass Clipper at the request bottlepleasantly of Figs effectually on most and of tho family took charge of the Â¬ running it the kidneys liver and bowels preoflice and has since been FRAiNKFORT ROUNDABOUT RIVER MEN RILED Tlicy want Higher Bridges and want Tiiem Bad The following is an extract from an article which appeared in tho Cincinnati Times Star of February 27th C F BROWER CO Past Â¬ We start the New Year with new and Comprehensive Lines of Â¬ Â¬ Dr R Goldstein K The well known optician has his office at the Hotel Kenyon and will remain in our city several days long- Â¬ er Parties suffering from neuralgia or weak and debilitated eyes should consult the Dr and be relieved of this trouble All errors of accom- Â¬ modation and refraction corrected Nothing but the finest eye glasses and spectacles furnished Eyes ex Â¬ 20 2t amined free WILL YOU SUFFER with dyspep Â¬ sia and Liver Complaint Shilohs Vitalizer is guaranteed to cure you 27 For sale by J W Gayle Dont Forget If yon are going west that the St Louis Air Line run LouiBville the finest trains in the world between Louisville and St Louis Trains leaving at 810 a m daily equipped II r Council Proceedings members of the council present except Councilmen Church and To All Tuesday March 10 01 f Ly Minutes of last meeting read and approved Tho petition of A G Morris to sell goods by sample was referred to li- Â¬ cense committee Walto The petition of Gaines mado to have their license transfer Â¬ red to Will Luckett was referred to license committee Petition of J T Larkln asking per Â¬ mission to build an addition to his house on tho South Side Granted Tho petition of the Standard Oil Company asking that a license be granted them in a proper class was after much discussion referred to license committee to report next Tuesday night Co Petition of P M Collins asking that their license be transfer Â¬ red to Tom Winkler was referred to license committee Petition of J B Utterback asking permission to build two houses on the South Side Granted Whitting Petition or Gaines ton asking that their license be transferred to W T Gaines Son Referred to license committee Petition of Wiloy Williams asking council to grant him grocery license Referred to llcenso committee Petition of W H Hermes asking the council to grant him a dry goodsÂ¬ license Referred to license committee Petition of Lucy Johnson colored asking aid from the city Granted Reports of officers for the month wore received Mr Payne moved that the oity atÂ¬ torney be instructed to draw up a general ordinance requiring property bin with Pullman perfected safty steam heated day coaches parlor and din Â¬ ing cars Trains leaving Louisville at 015 p m equipped with day coaches and Pullman drawing room sleepers If you wish comfort safty and quick time be sure and call for tick ets via the Air Line Any information regarding maps rates etc will be promptly furnished by writing to Li Stcamboatmen along the Ohio and Kentucky rivers are pretty much worked up on the bridge question It appears that the Secretary of War recognizing the fact that some bridges over the Kentucky river were not high enough above the water at cer tain stages to allow of free naviga- Â¬ tion issued an order on January 9 that certain bridges bo raised a specified number of feet and this order has not been complied with The Secretary of War has issued no order regarding Ohio river bridges but the steamboatmen running up and down it claim that a large amount of iinuuuuii uugno to ue directed unon er immediately for they experience great difficulties in navigation They protest also in regard to the gauges which are put up under the supervision of Government officials It is claimed by the river men that AND there have been cases when two gauges differed and where gauges have been incorrect also that the gauges are incorrectly placed Com- Â¬ plaint is also made that the lights do not do proper service Mr Oscar F Barrett the coal boat dealer when seen by a Times Star reporter Thursday said Now what I am worked up about is the Ken- Â¬ tucky river bridges Between its mouth and Frankfort are four locks IN which allow a small packet towing one barge to go through them mak- Â¬ ing the journey to Frankfort in two days When these locks are cov- Â¬ ered which is the case in high water FINE MEDIUM AND LOW PRICED GOODS in the Ohio we could take a large boat towing three barges up the river and make the trip to Frankfort in one day When the Ohio is at 25 feet the first lock is covered at 42 feet two locks are submerged and at The greatest Largest and Best Assortment in Kentucky and at 54 fee all the locks are under water The rivqr is now more than 54 feet high and this would be my best Money saving Prices chance for doing business but just above the first lock a short distance N railroad up the river is the L bridge which will not allow my large boats to go under it being so low as to collide with the pilot houses This is all very bad for me and this bridge would not interfere with our traffic at all had the order of the Sec- Â¬ retary of War been enforced On January 9 he issued an order that that bridge be raised seven feet It Carpets Furniture Wall Paper Draperies was raised three and a half feet just cu stance anu one nan tne oraereu we are still shut out from navigation There is no telegraphic communica- Â¬ MAIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON KY tion between here and Frankfort as Mar - ly there is from Pittsburgh to Cincin Â¬ nati so that we cant tell beforehand whether or not the river is rising If fwe had sucn communication we could run our boats up the river above tne bridge wait lor tne rise and then go on up the river to the next railroad bridge just this side of m B l ranutort wnich would stop us Sec- Â¬ retary Proctor ordered this raised 10 feet and the mandate has not been noticed Now there is a fine of 5000 a day for not removing obstructions to navigation within a reasonable time after due notification At Frank- Â¬ fort there is an old wooden bridge 13 feet above high water regarding which the order was that it should be raised 13 feet more This has not been taken the least notice of This bridge was built by the State of Ken Â¬ And a great variety of articles tucky which turned it over to a nav- Â¬ igation company who returned it to the State which again in 1881 gave it to the Government Frankfort now says Tear down our old bridge and give us a new one But Uncle Sam does not do business that way In order to induce our customers to buy flour packed in We know he does not go all over the country building corporation bridges The lowest the water ever gets is eight feet giving us a five foot mar Â¬ gin Thirteen feet shuts us out en Â¬ tirely Do you know what that WE ARE Â¬ Â¬ CARPETS FURNITURE WALL PAPER DRAPERIES 111 rfl h G5 C F BROWER 7- CO FRE TO EVERYBODY Tinware Glassware Wire Goods Woodenware Useful for Kitchen and Household Use 30 10 tf Trav Pass Agt Louisville Ky m BUYANT Warning All persons are hereby warned not to sell my husband George W Bishop liquor of any kind as I will prosecute anyone who may do so Mrs Eliza J Bishop 27 lt THAT HACKING COUGH can be quickly cured by Shilohs Cure We guarantee it For sale by J W 27 Gayle so Pruett For Rent The two story brick residence on Washington street known as the First Presbyterian Parsonage Possession givon April 1st Apply to H II Watson or J W 27 tf For lame back lide or chest use Shilohs Porous Plaster Prico 25 cents For salo by J W Gayle 27 of my boats the Falls City is render Â¬ ed useless up there on the Kentucky One of our largest customers has a distillery eighty miles above Frank fort and he lias built a 15000 coal The above articles with every paper sack of flour Ask your grocer elevator which is useless now for he lor must get all his coal over land pay Â¬ ing eight cents a bushel more for each bushel than he would other Â¬ M wise have to The worse part of it all is that perhaps we might get past In paper sacks Every sack warranted but when the people of Frankfort found that their bridge was rickety they built a pier in midstream When tho water is thirteen feet the eddies around it forbid navigation Were this pier removed and the bridge raised the ordored amount thus al Â¬ lowing eighteen feet margin between tho river and bridge at lowest and highest water then the Kentucky river men would havo just so much more benefit Another now boat which I began building expecting this order to bo enforced will do use Â¬ less for the purpose for which it is built THE GREAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY FOR This is a serious matter and the mno who make their money by Ken- Â¬ aro getting up tucky river navigation petitions begging the earnest and im mediate attention of Congress to this SALT RHEUM ECZEMA WOUNDS BURNS matter means to us Well it means that one PAPER SACKS GIVING AW AY AND J E VICTOR FLOUR MILES PILESI TKR-OIDi-SOKFOR MEDICINAL SON c Â¬ PILESI- SLEEPLESS NIGHTS mado miser Â¬ able by that terrible cough Shilohs salo Otiro THAT TERRIBLE COUGH by J is tho Remedy for you For 27 W Gayle n the morning hurried or difficult breathing raising phlegm tightness In tho chest quickened pulse chill iiess in the evening or sweats at night all or any of those things are the first stages of consumption Dr CLAIMS Ackers English Cough Remedy will JALL PERSONS W 1IAVINOwill presentAGAINST L Jett them to symptoms and is me tho estate of cure these fearful proven m coralng to law on or before tho L Y JOHNSON sold under a positive guarantee by first day of Muy 1691 Assignee of W L Jett p J W Gaylh Druggish 22 SORES CROUP BRONCHITIS Send three two cent stamps for free sample box and book price 50 cents P NOTICE BATH TOILET AND NURSERY PURPOSES For sale by Dec 13 TAR OID CO tml iy zfhiili O CHICAGO Nfov w IL iElSrXZBIEe U vtmmMmm J J J fc te U jar ftWf wyif T 9 B Uk r LOOK AT THIS Just Received and Will Put on Sale Monday 500 Pairs AT REMARKABLY LOW PRICES We clcsed out an entire line of Samples of a large New York Importer w w V 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 PRICES pairs at pairs at pairs at pairs at pairs at pairs at pairs at pairs at pairs at pairs atJ - 75c DRESS COO OS 100 125 150 175 o leftist - DST hTV J - 200 250 300 350 iLV- - 1D 23 ID - March 16 17 18 - 500 ZKespectfTjLll37- 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 OUR LINE Wr3ESXErSEifS3ua Religious We would - POlMrBrTST T n If P I FpI mWm l Il Ivn ilzF IE lj li A -- J A SURE THE BEST REMEDY FOR PIUS PREPARED BY RICHARDSON TAYLOR MED Dr Hales Household Oint Â¬ w ft IK t be greatly obliged to the Is the finest cure in the world It When Baby was sick wo gave her Castorla ministers and officers ot churches in the absolutely cures catarrh It cures When she was a Child she cried for Castorla city if they would furnish us with any neuralgia and rheumatism Cures When she became Miss sho clung to Castorla which they may wish announcementsPiles like magic Cures Salt Rheum When sho had Children sho gave them Castorla made1 in the most soothing manner Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Rev J McOluaky Blayney D D Cures Coughs and Colds Can be will occupy his pulpit at the First talien internally Cuts bruises Presbyterian Church to morrow at 11 burns chilblains sores of long stand- Â¬ Wanted A girl or woman to do a m and 730 p m ing corns and bunions are cured quickly different from all else supe- Â¬ cooking for small family Apply at and The usual services at Ascension rior to all else it has no equal 25 Sold this olllco morrow morning at 11 50c boxes largo size cheapest Church to Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria oclock and 730 p m will be conduct- at Phil Carpenters drug store South 52 ed by ilev E A Penick the rector Side Capital Hotel wants 300 bushel of ao Jit charcoal Rev W C Taylor the pastor will DR ACKERS ENGLISH CATARRH CURED health and PILLS occupy his pulpit at the Baptist Church to morrow morning at 11 Are active and pure For sick head Â¬ sweet breath secured by Shilohs 50 cents Catarrh Remedy oclock a m and 730 p m ache disordered stomach loss of apÂ¬ Nasal Injector free Price sale by J For petite bad complexion and billious 27 Rev W G Neville the pastor will ness they have never been equaled W Gayle occupy his pulpit at the Southern either in America or abroad Guaranteed Cure for to morrow 9 Church Presbyterian J W Gayle Druggist La Grippe 11 oclock and 730 p m morning at We authorize our advertised drug Â¬ as usual SHILOHS VITALIZER is what you you Dr Kings New Dis- Â¬ need for Constipation Loss of Appe- Â¬ gist to sell Consumption Coughs and covery for Rev Father Lambert Young the tite Dizziness and all symptoms of Colds upon this condition If you pastor will conduct the services at Dyspepsia Price 19 and 75 cents per are afflicted with La Grippe and will 27 the Church of the Good Shepherd to- Â¬ bottle For sale by J W Gayle use this remedy according to di i a morrow First mass at 8 a m Sec- Â¬ rections giving it a fair trial and 3 ond mass 1030 a m Vespers at Notice no Poison experience no benefit you may return p m the bottle and have your money W K Utterback has the best com- Â¬ refunded We make this offer be Â¬ Rev George Darsio will occupy his pound known as the H I Joys so- Â¬ cause of the wonderful success of Dr lution for dressing mill picks and Kings New Discovery during last pulpit at the Christian Church No millers atll oclockPeoplesnight service hope the distillers and will giveof the seasons epidemic Have heard of Society of surrounding counties me no case in which it failed Try it The Young Christian Endeavor meets in the their pcttronage in that line Perfect Trial bottles free at Phil Oakpenterb 4 satisfaction given and reference also Druor Store Larcre size 50c S100 chapel at 7 p m References are E H Taylor jr Darbys Propliylactic A protracted meeting will be com- Â¬ Sons J W Johnson and others Shop on the Louisville and Frank- Â¬ menced at the First Presbyterian Will Use it in every sick room Rev fort turnpikes near public school week Church to morrow 20 tf keep the atmosphere pure and D D J McOlusky Blayney by Rev the pasW G wholesome removing all bad odors tor will bo assisted Young D D and Rev J M Worrell DO NOT SUFFER ANY from any source Drs Young and D D of Danville Will destroy all Disease Germs LONGER Worrell are two of the most eloquent orators in the Piesbyterian Knowing that a cough can be infection from all Fevers and ail hurch and their sermons will be checked in a day and the first stages contagious diseases heard by large congregations of consumption broken in a week we The eminent physician J Mari- Â¬ hereby guarantee Dr Ackers EnI The second quarterly meeting for glish Cough Remedy and will refund on Sims of New York says be held at the the money to all who buy take it as am convinced that Prof Darbys this conference year will Methodist Church Saturday and Sun- Â¬Â¬ per directions and do not find our Prophylactic Fluid is a most valu day Rev Dr H P Walker of Lex- statement correct Gayle 21 able disinfectant 9 Druggist J W ington will preach to day at 11 oclock and on the Sabbath morning BuckleuH Arnica Salve and evening Good TheEpworth League convenes in Good looks areLooks than skin The best salve in the world foi more the class room at 045 P M healthy con- Â¬ Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Mr Henderson extends a cordial deep depending upon a If the Tetter dition of all the Fever Sores invitation to the members of the Liver be inactivevital organs a Bilious Rheum you have Convention to attend Chilblains Corns Constitutional Look if your stomach bo disordered Chapped Hands these services you have a Dyspeptic Look and if and all Skin Eruptions and posiyour kidneys bo afllicted you have a tively cures Piles or no pay re- Â¬ Secure good health quired more chickens Pinched Look There have been It is guaranteed to give Â¬ good looks destroyed by cholera since the war and you will have great alterativeElec- perfect satisfaction or money re and is the then there wore men killed during tric Bitters directly on these vital or- Â¬ Price 25 cents per box the war but Cantors magic chicken Tonic acts Pinples Blotches Boils funded cure will soon stop that It gans Cures For sale by South Side drug store cholera a good complexion is sold and warranted by Phil Car- Â¬ and givesCarpenters Drug StoreSold P H Carpenter 5 iy 4 at Phil penter I ment I I I NOTHING CURESCERTAIN CURE BIST PILES KNOWN FOR 15 AS AND YEARS Â¬ CO ST LOUIS MO I Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria EVERYTHING -- FOR THE- - Incorporation Notice NOT BLY DIRECT FROM THK UROW NOTICE THAT ANDREW J AFFLE- erwhen jouneed trees plants mid vines bee S F Tnibuu una Adrian A Aliny have You will save money and get stock true to name associated and become Incorporated pursuant to We nay no ngents but sell direct to the planter Chapter 5ii ot the General Statutes Tliat the name Millions of ttees plants and vines are bearing ot the corporation thereby formedls the Capital ev rywhere in Kent icky tin 1 Judge us by their Mining lumber and Oil Company The principal fruit A sirawbem and geieral nursery cata Â¬ place of transacting the business Is Frankfort logue on application to Ky The general nature of the business to be II F HIIiLLNMKYEH transacted Is purchasing and accepting leases of Feb 21 3iii It xIiigton Ky belling and leasing lands timber minerals oils gas and salines or lumber mineral oil gas or VV saline rights In lauds mining drilling lor oil gas or salines manufacturing lumber coKe or Iron and selling or otherwise disposing of oil gas sa Â¬ lines coal coke or Iron lumber or timber or leasing or selling Its laud to be worked or drilled or mined or operated unon royalty basis or work of ONTARIO VETERINARY COL lug mining or drilling the lauds of others upon legp Toronto Cuuada Ofllco at Church Bros rojalty basis or any one or more of smb pur livery stable feb7 2m poses combined ut any place In the State of Ken- Â¬ tucky together with tno building or operating of II hotel or hotels store or stores tramway or rail way connecting the Companys property or works with a railway navigable stream turnpike or other highway the construction of derricks en glno houses tanks boiler houses Ac tiie laying of pine llius ami till things necessary for operat Â¬ ing for oil gas salines or minerals and such 1WKE I 1 1 i Â¬ BSCOTT Veterinary Surgeon DR Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ other Incidental operations as shall better enable the Company to carry on the principal business The amount of the capital stock shall bo 150000 divided Into shares of 100 each payable at such times and on such terms us the Board of Directors or the Company may determine and payment of subscription prices of any or all of the stock of the Company may be made In lauds or Interest er estates In land or minerals or timber la or upon lauds or mineral rights In lauds as the Hoard of Directors may determine The cor poration shall commence on the Ming of the ar ticles of Incorporation In the proper olllce and terminate at the expiration of twenty live years next theraf ter The affairs of the corporation shall be conducted by a Board of live Directors and a President Vice President Secrtiry and Tieas urer and such other olllcers as the Board may de termine The Hoard of Directors shall no elected by the stockholders on the first Wednesday In October of pitch jear beginning In 101 and the other olllcers shull bo elected by the Boanl of Directors on the same day and all olllcers shall bold their olllces respectively until their succes Â¬ sors are elected and qualified Until the election In lHJl Andrew 1 Applebee S F J Trubue William Duke and Charles Adniln A Aliny Duke shall be the Directors and William Duke the President a F J Trubue the Vice Presi Â¬ dent and Andrew J Applebee Secretary and Treasurer of the Company One person mayÂ¬ The high act its both Secretary and Treasurer est amount of Indebtedness or liability to which the corporation may at airy time subject Itself shall not at any tune exceed one third ot the capital stock then authorized The private prop Â¬ erty of the members and the stojk holders shall be exempt from liability for the debts of the corporation Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ PCREAMfW Roller Extract IV mU CREAM Extract IS OUR BEST FLOUR BUT EITHER i if i GOLD MEDAL IDOL KING or SILVER MOON IS A GOOD FLOUR FOR THE MONEY A v terft tffcpii j mmmm 4ttU J I f - rVffi aKWW mrr M tMi fUtfl i kfffttlhliteYtftoMjlt fVjjif Arf uWilfi M iSr 1J Forks of Elkliorn Last Friday was the first real beau- Â¬ tiful day this month Butter is very scarce consequently price very high The prevalance of disease grippe principally in this section is greater than in the recollection of the oldest Messrs A T Stedman and son t A pamphlet of Information aadab J i unci oi wo lawa snowing- mow 104 have an efficient force at work in the UDiain menu larMti vnaai reconstruction of their factory and vMaira uoprrunu mm rrtA those who have sheep will find it Una MUNN WtJM 381 Brefttfwar greatly to their interest to hold the Hew if Â¬ springs clip in reserve for manufac tory oy those gentleman as every thing will be in proper running order by the first of May The P L U at this place is in a Courier prosperous condition with about 60 The members on the roll and numerous LOUISVILLE KY accessions each week A bright fu ture from the efforts put forth by Subscription Rates Dally and Sunday 1000 a this organization seems to be in store year Dally without Sunday 800 a jear Sunday tor the bone ana sinew 01 cue coun 200 Weekly SI 00 a year KS2 - WATCH Ladies Boots Shoes and Slippers in endless styles new and attractive made by the finest shoemakers in the land 1 Journal ii M m Wo understand an iron dition structuro will take its place Quito a number of changes in resi- Â¬ dence have taken place in our town and vicinity recently Mr Morris Martin of Louisville attended tho funeral of his father Mr John Martin last Monday Tho beautiful weather the first of this week appeared very much like spring causing tho furmors to com- mqnee preparations for tho years 9 18 im 4 11pm riSOpm Lve Falmmitli friends in Chicago Arr Covinjjton 10 44im 0 40pm fi37pin The county bridge spanning North Arr Cincinnati 10 50 llll 5 CTpin G 5pm MAYSVILLE UKANCH iulkhorn at tins place lias been con- Â¬ og demned by reason of its unsafe con- Â¬ THE WEEKLY BflUfllEH JOUNAflL here next Tuesday night at Stedman Hall to Has the largest circulation of any Democratic effect the organization of a Building Newspaper In the United States and proposes to doublo or treble Us alrvady lure circulation and Loan Association Mr Thos Greenup and bride have HOWr BV GIVING AWAY EACH AND been in our midst sinoe last report EVERY DAY to some one a splendid llluli Arm Mr John Martin who has been Sewing Machine or u handsome Gold Watch A B SOLUfELY FREE lull particulars in Weekly sick for several months still remains Courier Journal Sample copy free Send for one Address W N HALDEMAN in a critical condition President Courier Journal Company Mrs Naomi Ely son Frank and Louisville Kkhtuckt daughter Miss Mattie of Lexington attended the funeral of her father Mr W G Kenedy here last Tues- Â¬ day Kentucky Central Railway Old Mrs Betsy Ready is dangerous- Â¬ ly ill All hope of her recovery BLUB GRASS ROUTE about abandoned Shortestand Quickest route from Mr Ohan Orum wife and ehild of CENXKAL KENTUCKY Beards Station have returned nome TO ALL FOINTS from a visit to friends in this place WEST AND SOUTHWEST Mr G 0 Hughes haB been appoint- - IOTI EAST ed by the Govenor as magistrate of FAST LINE BETWEEN this district to nil the unexpired term of 0 W Threlkeld Esq who vacates AND CINCINNATI the office by reason of removal to an Â¬ LEXINGTON other county SCHEDULE IN EFFECT FEB 15111 1891 Miss Mamie Gallahue is on a visit o friends in Scott county No 6 South Itound No Accom Daily Daily Miss Warren of Louisville is in Dally Express fast line ExSud our midst visiting friends Mr W G Kenedy died Sunday March 8 1891 at the residence of his Lve Cincinnati 810am 800piu 220pm Mr J F Goddard aged 81 LveCovington 8 Main bOSpm 2 2bpm Falmouth 948am 9 16pm 3 60pm vears and 3 months Though afflict Cynthiana 10 43am 9 eapm 455pm ed for a long time the immediate Arr ram 1118am 1023pm 5 30pm Lexington 1210im 11 IWpm 6 20pm cause of death was pneumonia He was an exemplary christian having ftr Paris 037pm 11 27am 615pm been a Baptist for quite a number of Arr Winchester 1210nn 6 30pm cue oldest Lve wiucnesier 1240pm years and probably one ot 7 20pm 185pm Masons in the state having belonged Arr Richmond 1 35pm Lve Richmond to the Graft about 60 years Brother Lve Derea 205pm Alderman conducted the religous Arrtivingston 303pm SlOpill Lve Livingston exercises assisted by BrotherBurdin Lve London 4 09pm remains were conveyed to Arr Corbln The 4 50pm 5 00pm Lve Corbln Georgetown for interment 5 52pm Lve Barbrvllle 031pm Miss Amanda Williams of Bath Lve Plnevllle LveMlddlesbh county who has been visiting her ArrCumbGap 7 25pm 7 60pm sister Mrs ThosjWhittington at this Lve Corbln 4 50pm place left for home this week 5 45pm Lve WllliaWg 6 20pm Mr R O Church lost his fine mare Arr Jellico Lve Richmond 1 50pm S a few days since stomach Lve Lancaster 4 45pm Lena 520pm trouble Arr Stanford O B Demaree of Ohristians Dr burg has located in our midst has No l No 5 No 3 Dally his office at Mrs Sarah Featherstons North Bound Dally Daily Ex Sun Express Messrs B B BigstafF and Wallace Williams spent several days in Fay- Â¬ 7 00am ette county this week ive Stanford 7 COam Lancaster y o 10 15HI1 Mr John Martin an old and highly Arr Richmond u 8 15am respected citizen of Stedinantown Lve Jellico died last Sunday after an illness of Lve Wllllasbi - a 8 50im 9 33am He had Arr corln many months duration 0 23i in LveCumbnup been a consistent member of the 45am Lve MldUlesbii Baptist Church for a number of years Lve Plnevllle 7 41am dying in the triumph of the Chri- Lve Harbrvllle 8 35 nil 9 ian stians faith Ho leaves a wifo and Air Corbln 9 45am several sons together with a large Lve Corbln 10 2I11111 Lve London circle of friends to mourn the loss Arr Livingston 11 Ooam Rev E S Alderman conducted the Lve Llvlngton 11 15 nil 12 llillll funeral services in his usual impres- Lve lierea 12 4111111 sive manner Heavens richest bless- Â¬ Arr Richmond Lve Richmond fi 03 mi 12 llpm ing attond tho bereaved Arr Winchester 0 551111 1 4lmm Lve Winchester 7 101111 1 58pm Regular services at Buck Run to Arr Pans J Vim 233pm morrow at 11 oclock a m and 7 p m Ive Lexington 7 Olam 2 01pm 3 45pm 7 531111 2 11pm 4 25pm Arr Paris Miss Jane Harper is on a visit to Lve Cvnthiana 8 231111 3 lrpm 4 4flpm try Efforts will be made FOR Misses and Childrens Boots Shoes and Slippers The largest assortment to select from in Â¬ A m pi 11 Frankfort OUR We are in the stretch lengths away on our Mens Fine Shoes can give you a genuine hand welt at S400 IT LEADS aon-in-la- w - OPENING Our line of 8300 Shoes for Men are clear out of sight -- -- t SO t- m DATE Come take a look It will cost vou nothing We take pleasure in showing our good j G Â¬ Â¬ H I No North Hound Dailv Ex Sun Ex Sun 2 20 pin 2 20pm 4 40 p m 5 37 p m Daily ii xi U tHhTTR MM n Lve Cincinnati Lve Covington Lve Lexington Lve Pirii Arr Millersbtirg Arr Carlisle 7 00 Arr Johnson Arr Maysville 7 8 8 9 10 55 43 83 10 main GOlpm am No 13 a a 111 111 a m G25pm a m 7 1G p m 7 55 ii m Dii S J IT trmmMtm RKS THOMPSON vnrx uerrm fcW IS PBEPAIIBD TO FILL ALL ORDERS FOR- FOR 7rT K -- South Pound Lve Maysville Lve Johnson Lve Carlisle No io Daily Ex Sun 5 20 a in 5 57 a III G 50 a m 7 15 n m 7 40 n m 8 28 a 111 10 44 a 111 10 50 a in Ex Sun 1 Daily MANY UNDER PREVAILING CONDITIONS merely doomed to death by disease because the owners fall to take measure to pre benetlielr health seige cough medicines Atalissa Iowa The following item has boon going tho rounds of tho press and as our druggist J W Oaylo handles tho goods it may interest our roadors Having had occasion to use Cham Â¬ berlains Cough Romcdy it givos mo 1 to found it Eleasure beststate that for a coughtoI medicine ovor used in fact it cured mo of a cough that had bullied several other N R LveMillersburg Arr Paris Arr Lexington Arr Covington Arr Cincinnati W 4 10pm G20pm 3 20pm 3 45 pm 227pm 50 p m DR JOS HAAS osefiutfs Gut Flowers aud Floral Deigns 0 37 pm 45pm LMUNSONTruv Pass Aut C Cincinnati O lSZi3j3Jlm3lA3iilU Funerals d 33 Sm Burnett 2l lm SHILOIIS CURE will immediately roliovo Group Whooping Cough and Bronchitis 28 For salo by J W Gaylo Trafllc Mummer Cell Puss Ajt General Olllces Louisville Ky Us PeuHry A V 11 MORSE Cenl Pass Aut O onice Ohamberof Commerce Hldtr Cincinnati Uned successlully for 15 jeais No 2 -- Dally to nil points ouept Rowland Divi Â¬ Disease Disease Will Airest Piewut sion which Is dally except Sunday Expel Woims Step the Cfaijli Incuase the No 1 Runs dally from Letliuitoii to CincinFlesh hud Hasten Maturity nati Plticrs s250 S123 und BOc perpkt 2ilb No2 Runsdillv cans 1250 Tho latwst pickaes are thecheap- No 5 Rons il illy from all stations except the est Rowland Division which Is dall except Suiuli No 3 Dally except Sunday No 4 runs dally between Cincinnati and Lex- Â¬ S It KVOTT PATMORK SSPeESSSbibb Telephone Oonnection Weddings - - - Louisville Ky 26 West Jefferson Street C -- E COLLINS DKILKBH IN- BRO Shot and Shells And Agenta for - HS llllllll t - IS IIFE WORTH GIVING Not if you go through the world a dyspeptic Dr Ackers Dyspopsia Tablets are a positive ouro for tho worst forma of Dyspopsia Indiges Â¬ tion Flatulency and Constipation Guaranteed und sold by 0 J W Gayle Druggist L Mi43 Paile and Lexington Accommodation Leaves Lexington 1000 a in Aimes Paris 1045 n m except Sunday Leaves Acvoiiiniodatlon No 8 Kiilinouth Ask for Testimonials HoBoliy a pamphlet on swine will Cincinnati 510 p in Arrives Falmouth lie mailed to iinj address on nvelpt of n two cent 7ir p 7 m-- dally except Sunday Leaves Falmouth fi a m Arrives Cin stamp No cinnati 7 55 a in except Sunday Nos 2 and 0 make connections at Winchester for points on tho N N V M V Ry 1 D No 2 Carries throiiuheaiH from Cincinnati to Indianapolis liul Mlddleshoroiuli and Cumberland iapaud till In Â¬ Mar 7 0m termediate stations mill runs dally Â¬ IllKtOU I W G AYL1U JFRANKFORT KY Joe Haas V S For Sale by v BfeF- r- cw I lliiDWflB --- vjKy1 llll 7 rjwvr iAM Wall Paper Decorations UAHNKSS LUUL PLASTER CKMFNT GLASS OILS LKAD AND MIXKD PAINTS rlvao 81I0VKL8 CROW BARS DRILLS IRON AND BtXXh X SSWmi JlND yLDK VW- - cou- - BBOADWAY AND LKWIfl 8Ta iUyOO KISfe 141N n r ttv taw mn i T J71KVI1 Laflin S Ennri wwosa ao MaSf0 1 1ST HBHHHBHBnOi Y SPRING SUITINGS COATINGS INGS AND HATS TROUSER- - I Vffl HRJu COME EARLY AND MAKE YOUR SELECTION HUDSON HUMPHRIES In the Penitentiaries There are confined in the Peniten- Â¬ tiary here 784 prisoners and in the Branch Penitentiary at Eddy ville 465 One hundred and one of these are serving life sentences CASSELU BTmmMmmMgTtmM11IMIlrMmMillMlllMllMlliMlUHMMLMMlllllmMMnMlllIIMliMIIMIIMIIM Bank Failure The banking house of Theodore Schwartz Co which has been do ing business for thepast fifty years in Louisville failed on Thursday their liaiblities being about half a million dollars Â¬ California Orange We are under obligations to Miss Mamie Bull for a spicemen of the California orange It weighed one pound measured twelve inches in circumference and had a delightful flavor i Sarahs Wants Sarah Bernhardt wanted Manager Weitzel to pay her twenty five hun Â¬ dred dollars for playing one nightin this city next December Mr Weitzel thought Sarahs figure a little steep and declined with thanks Â¬ All the elements which nature re- Â¬ quires to make the hair beautiful and abundant are supplied in Ayers Hair Vigor This preparation keeps the scalp free from dandruff prevents the hair from becoming dry and of engraving harsh and makes it flexible and glossy talks with the men in whose hands the matter rests and a knowledge of the probable report or reports which the committee will make to the Con- Â¬ vention A majority of the latter vacillating thuogh it may be is now in favor of the present location though it may differ as to the best means of reaching this end The argument pro and con before the Location Committee and which is referred to further on was closed last night The committee will meet to morrow night or the night follow- Â¬ ing and make up its report The pluÂ¬ ral should here oe used for the com- Â¬ mittee of eleven is badly divided and will make not less than three reports At least five will sign a report rec- Â¬ ommending that the convention locate the Capital permanently at Frankfort and adopt the provision as a part of the Constitution to be sub- Â¬ mitted to the people Another part of the committee will recommend that the old provision which is still a partial victory for Frankfort be retained while still another report will recommend a submission of the ques- Â¬ tion as a separate question to the vo- Â¬ ters of the State If the inside appearances and pri- Â¬ vately expressed preferences are de- Â¬ ceiving and a majority of the con- Â¬ vention is not for Frankfort in one or the other directions the people of the present site still have another big chance for victory in the probable de- Â¬ feat of the conventions work already so loaded with innovations and conflicting issues as to make its doom every day more and more certain These are a few of the reasons for the foregoing predictions of what the outcome of it all will be Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Well Known Popular Remedies ness of the skin chapped hands etc Clinic Blood Purifier and Clinic Kid- Â¬ ney Cure are now on sale by The Le Compte Gayle Co The large patronage these preparations have secured springs from their intrinsic merits as remedial agents When afflicted by ailments for which they are recommended you will do well to try Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs and colds Foleys Cream for roughÂ¬ WHY DO YOU COUGH that a little cough is a dangerous Are you aware that it often fastens on the f lungs and far too often runs into consumption and j ends in Deatnr reopie sunenng irom Asthma g Bronchitis Pneumonia and Consumption will alii tell you that thing Do you know affnr tn narrtnnf fori i mxiiWumMJ with so 6enous a matter Are f9 Cnrt thatot1sB you aware f DR ACKERS ENGLISH REMEDY for Coughs Colds and Consumption is beyond question the greatest of all i IT STARTED WITH A COLD TT them 18 6m vmsmm ModernRemedies 11 A TT 11 4 In the Northland health And he married a maid who could weep and For in that Northland blubber is wealth Now York Herald The Boy Seeks Information blubber Ho was a crafty Esquimau lubber Who owned not a thing savo clothes and Croup I a day It will preventauora relieve Asthma you tamo n to do 1 It will stop a Cough in one night It will check a Cold in and cure Consumption if taken j in witnou cant a xo cent oouie may save voui Ask your druggist for it or write j 100 in Doctors bills may save your life to W JH hooker uo 40 wesc isroaaway new xoric lor dook MiiiiiiiHMiiiiuiiiimBJiiiiBiianixBMiriHim1jiiBiiiiiiiiiiiiii For Sale by T- - W O JSSrXJSl No Money Required of Responsible Parties to Commence Treatment Papa said Johnny didnt George Washington ever tell a lie Never my son Then how did he get his cinch on politics Harpers Bazar Great Enterprise Mareeillais In our town Tronn de lAir the police are so thoroughly up to their work that when a murder is to come off they know of it the day before Memorial de la Loire Safe Briggs Well my rich uncle died and didnt leave me a cent Griggs How unfortunate Briggs Not at all He appointed me W L Coppersmith does all kinds one of the trustees Brooklyn Life His Plan Do you ever follow the advice of Po The midland a Through Line Poisons in Cosmetics It seems to be the fashion for lonius be neither a borrower nor a lender m i Three surveyors and engineers under the charge of Col Anderson a railroad contractor are going over the line of the extension of the Mid- land from this city to its terminus in Bath county These gentlemen are we understand doing this for the E V G T who are thinking of taking hold of the Midland extending it at both ends and make a competing N line to LouiBville with the L We hope this deal may be consummated and if it is Paris will at once jump to the front and tackle Lexing- ton for the first place in the Blue Grass Paris Record Â¬ Nebraska Echo Mr G D Bennett cashier of the Savings Bank at Tecumseh writes I have effectually removed two bad bog spavins with two applications This each of Quinns Ointment remedy has the endorsement of the best Breeders in Kentucky I follow it half way I never lend Harpers Bazar young ladies with pimples and blotches on their faces to make ex Â¬ periments with various cosmetics An Appropriate Quality Madame Piffypaffy advertises her Youd make a good executor Banks foreign named compound composed Why of a combination of poisonous miner You have such a natural aptitude for al substances that deaden and burden minding other peoples business New the delicate substances of the skin There are no complexions like those York Herald that nature give The tonic strengthening and health giving effects of Swifts Specific S S S permit nature to work her will in L P this respect as thousands of ladies both young and old have discovered jul itfLATsr The cheapest and most beautiful The well known SURGEON and SPECIALIST of Cincinnati O formerly Resi Â¬ complexions depend on health and vigor It is the office of Swifts dent Physician of the Philadelphia General Hospital and Physician-in-Oharo- e of the Onto Medical Institute lias for thirty years devoted his attention to Specific S S S to give vigor and the treatment of CHRONIC NERVOUS FEMALE AND SURGICAL DISEASES such tone and health to the system and as Bronchitis Catarrh Cough Rheumatism all diseases of the Stomaoh Bowels in this way to give lustre to the eye Rootum Liver Sidneys Bladder Sexual Organs Heart Nerves and Brain diseases and roses to the cheeks of the Eye and Ear Deformities eto HE WILL BE AT THE Complicated watch work a spe- Â¬ cialty at W L Coppersmiths 234 St Clair St CANTERS MAGIC o eo m REMOVER CO FRANKFOET KY WEDNESDAY APRIL 8 CAPITAL HOTEL Wants the Earth With the Moon as a Bangle b1 A Hustling Judge Lexington is not satisfied with the favors extended by the Constitution- Â¬ al Convention to the A M College It wants the Capitol in addition It wants it but we are of the impres- Â¬ sion that in its efforts to get it 1b up- Â¬ on an exceedingly frigid trail Possibly the possession of the earth together with the moon as a bangle to dangle upon its bracelet might measurably appease the cravings of Lexington maysvuic commonweal p Throws up the Sponge The Frankfort correspondent of the Louisville Times has this to say upon the Capital removal question in his letter to his paper Thursday after noon Frankfort is goiug to keep the State Capitol This rather positive predic- Â¬ tion may not bo welcome nows to but that Louisville or Lexington doesnt affect the truth it contains It is given as a piece of early news and while but an individual opinion is1 backed up by a long and uninterupt ed study of the situation every day Judge Ira Julian of the Common He ad- Pleas Court is a hustler his court at Williamstown iourned afternoon at six oclock He then boarded the train and came to Georgetown where he argued a case before Judge Jerry R Morton after supper Saturday morning he went to Versailles and held a special term of the Common Pleas Court and arrived in Lexington at noon and took the train for home Judge Julian is making an excellent judge and the people of the district are well pleased with him Lexington Transcript The Maoic Remover fills a long felt want with owners of Horses or Mules with Warta Knots Bruises Cuts Strains Sprains Old Sores Barb Wire Cute etc It makes no difference how long the knot has been there or how hard it if if it is not of the bono we will take it nil on the NO CURE NO PAY plan In removing the knot the hair comes off and the place becomes very fcore when you stop using it the hair comes back its original color and not u trace of the knot is left Tor plan of insurance etc call at the underhigned druggists and bring your animal with you it properly repaired Coppersmith the jeweler and have dont fume If your watch does not run correct and fret but take it to DR ACKERS ENGLISH PIULS Are active and pure For sick headÂ¬ ache disordered stomach loss of apÂ¬ petite bad complexion and billious ness they have never been equaled either in America or abroad 9 J W Gayle Druggist For Sale by P H CARPENTER SOUTH SIDE DRUGGISTS bottlo for examination Patients treated by mail or express but when posslblo personal consultation is prefer able List of questions scut on application All Consultations Correspondence and Cnvw Strictly Confidential Treatment sent C 0 D to sxiiy rmrt of tho United Hl iu end Canada Address with pove for npty Br 0 JI BOfflKAff Uox 703 Cincinnati 0 delayed Persons consulting him should bring from two to four ounces of Uitlr urlno in a cloau And every fourdi week thereafter Consultation and Examinalon Free E Returning Every Fourth Week Thereafter CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION IS FKEEand he will promptly tell yott all about your disease and thu prospect of a cure He undertakes no incurable cases LADIES afflicted with any of the ills peculiar to their Eex may consult him with per- lect contldeuco and the assurance of ceitaln tollef and permanent cure Their cases will rccelvn that Kind ami considerate attention which all will appreolate His treatment always provfs satisfactory local treatment Is seldom necessary Ovurlan Tumors In their earlier stages cuied without pain or instrumental interÂ¬ ference Sterility Is usually the result of carolossness or Ignorance It can be remedied Epllepay or VltH cured by a never lalllun treatment liCHlncxH muny cases can be cured CancerM permanently removed fiom the most dellrato organs by onr own peculiar method Uttlo or no pulu mi loss of blood mo Icnlfo or rnuMIn the only positive cure Stricture Varicocele juyurocclo Spermatorrhea and all unnatural dlschargea permanently cured MENof all uges who suffer from Indiscretions and oxcesses 111 benefit by our counsel and treatment If tliey observe certain sediments in the urlno or Irritation of the urluary organs they should consult us without delay We restore all such cases Tint doctor treats with unfailing succcrs all forms of Bcctnl DlHcnae such as Pllew rtstnlH IiHHiiru and UleerutiorL of the Howel by a method of his own discovery without pain or dotontlon fiom busrhesa He uarantees all cases Early Interference is considered the best of judgment in all cases and saves time money and health Tho success attained in tho treatmont of tho caso3 which ho makes his specialty Is truly phenomenal Wonderful Cur cm huvo been cflbctod in old and diffloult casoe which havo baffled tho ellorts of all others As his rooms aro usually crowded It is bettor to call early in tho day to avoid being