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Digital page images are linked to the text file. mmwwwTww The Volume XIV HcalcH Mill Framfort Rommboitt A GEO A LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS KY TERMS tflOO In Advance FRANKFORT Highest of all in Leavening Power TJ APRIL 11 1891 Number 31 Louisville Monday Miss Porter Winter who has beon spending some weoks with relatives in Frankfort has returned home Harry B Innes who is attending Medical College in Louisville spent Saturday and Sunday at home Row W S Giltner of Eminence preached to a very large and enthu- siastic audienno at the school houso Saturday and Sunday Miss Ella Shuck of Ploasureville is the guest of Miss Lena Black Znck Churcli Bpent last Saturday and S untidy at Stamping Ground Mrs Robert Ponn who has been lying dangerously ill with typhoid fever is improving Little Miss Fannie Green went to Baking It Rdfel Powder S Govt Report Ang vj 1889 5sbjS S rH ftv TO SXT T 201E- - 1 -- V m ABSOLUTELY PURE K Iti fu 6j TVt Sim W i M liO m fit w S3 m A Fortiiirato Wosnpin Mrs Mary L Baker of Ovid Mich has reason to bo vary uianiciui one was a great sufferer from heart dis ease for years Was short of broath had hungry rjicIIs pain in side flut- Â¬ tering faintness etc After taking two bottles of Dr Miles Now Heart Cure she says I am better than for 20 years My mind and eyesight have improved wonderfully I advise all persons thus afflicted to use thia great remedy J W Gaylo drug Â¬ gist recommends and guarantees it Dr Miles work on Heart Disca8ef containing marvelous testimonials free 2 Educational The schools are again victorious In the Forks of Elkhorn case the Su- Â¬ perior Court decided in favor of the trustees This is the fourth time this case has been decided in the trustees favor The trustees of the City Schools have given the County Schools the rivilege of holding their meetings n the City School Building Now let us have a good meeting next Satur Â¬ day tho 18th We will have no reg Â¬ ular programme for that day but can spend an hour or so very profitably in arranging our plans for the sum Â¬ mer campaign Let all come 10 a m is the hour The S T A meets in Henderson Ky on the 24th 25th and 26th of June next Franklin county should send a strong delegation and thus show that we are still interested in the great cause sion The railroad gives us one fare for the round trip Let us make up a grand excursion party for the occa- Â¬ County Superintendent Pleasureville week Miss Ella Shuck has been visiting relatives near Peaks Mill this week We know that good weather is coming for Frank EaBley has laid aside his overcoat and gone to Ash Â¬ ing He has tried his luck at every little pond for miles around with good success Bee Black of Harpers Ferry vis Â¬ ited his uncle Mr Joe Hughes a few days last week A little daughter of Mr George Montgomery-- has been quite sick for a week or more Tobacco plants are beginning to come up in this vicinity J S Reeves has beon sick for sev- Â¬ eral weeks past Frank E Smith of tho Deposit Bank has been quite sick for several days past but is better at this writ Â¬ visiting MrsJ W Reeve3 spent a few days friends at Frankfort thia the grppa had caught and flown Jett away with him Come again1 WHO FOR THE brother wo like to road items from anao jetfc Edwards is visiting your pen friends hero t The sub union at Fallenrock is Misj Halhe Duvall of Texas is a steadily growing both in number guest of Mrs T J Jett Mr Nob Whittingtou paid this and knowlodgo The people are burg a flying visit last week interest of tho laborintr masses Mrd L A Owens is in Ghent Ky called oampi03 aim wne viaiieu brother there by tho death of her oamuei G F Moore and family Sunday last Is now receiving and opening the LARGEST AND MOST COM Mr Bowon George Moore and wife visited has accepted Henry of Frankfort a position with Mr PLETE LINE of ladies mens misses and childrens Drufus Moore and family near Emi Owon at this place and can now be nence last we8k found behind tho counters of the M M Arnsparger and Miss Fannie Arcade Mooro were united in wedlock last Miss Katie Wricht who has been week spending the winter traveling in New Rumor says we aro to have quite a mexico wirn ner latnor is expected number of weddings in our vicinity home soon T R Jett formerly of this place in the near future but now with N Harris Son Ver- Â¬ K John Samples and wife visited W sailles spent the day with his father B Moore and family Saturday and T J Jetr last Sunday Sunday last Glad to see tho mention of Hon J Died On Saturday last near Bald O South of Arkansas in your last is Â¬ Knob J W Rodgers formerly of sue Hes our Bud and wo are proud In Frankfort all of which will be sold at prices to suit the this community Mr Rodgers was a of him times We have good citizen an estimable gentleman Mr Lee A Owen an earnest and devoted christian for Representative hasour candidate been He leaves many friends to mourn his work for several days hard at shaking loss hands with the dear people We are Mrs Emily Gordon and daughters for Leo and think it is time this end Misses Mattie and Sallie D visited of the county was getting something Victor Gordon and family Wednes We are good citizons and a law abiding people and never have had day last one bit of tho pie that ia annually Miss Emma Hulett of Scrabble is cut up and handed around Give us very ill at this writing a taste please For men boys and children DERBY STRAW AND FELT Robert Bellwood of Christians Mr G H Jett formerly of the Big burg after eating a hearty supper Eddy neighborhoodj has moved to made a wager that he could eat more Jett and is now building a neat cot- Â¬ oysters than his companion Ho ate tage on his lot Let such work go 8 cans and was a corpse before morn- Â¬ on a little while and we will soon ing last week have quite a little city here The Jett Bible Reading Society Misses Mollie and Lulie Samples visited tho Misses Huletts at Scrab- a splendid organization havo about raised enough money subscriptions to ble this week build a hall or rather a Bible House Mrs Nannie Moore and daughter of as they call it to be used as a house Sweet Home Henry county visited of religous worship only at this Remember the old stand this community last week place We are glad to state that The Roundabout meets with a their efforts have been crowned with hearty welcome and its columns are so much success and hope to see in the near future a neat little Union perused with interest every week Church in our little city something Close Observer we have needed for years We would not refuse a dollar Mr Editor or TJiey All Failed Mr Anyone if you should send it and The following letter from Mr W A if you wish to send more I am sure Thomson of Columbus Wis is the Treasurer would acknowledge interesting My wife says the receipt of the same just as quick And go there when you iK to buy nt ho lias been treated for her head BULLDOPUS no nach and nervous prostration by j Q a 3 i ISX UKTCp CXF S09 Â¬ M U HATS HATS -- Â¬ Books and Stationery i 212 ST CLAIR ST ly 4 tii oe doctors in New York two in C3uigo one in Philadelphia one in Oh iiinati and at the large institute if mffalo for 16 months They all fil But one bottle of Dr Miles hv itorative Nervine helped her won djrtuily This should be used in all h luaches backaches changes of nervous disturbances fltarheu naiHiu etc Ask at J W Gaylos drug store for atrial bottle and Dr Mics new book on the Nerves and Heart 2 DVCetstin IS -- TIEailE ZPXjCIE FOE- Bros - LOUISVILLE MARKET TOBACCO Xjigflit Wstg onss pij tig OaiWi DURRETT FURNISHED BY GLOVER LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE ing J Vf for a long time wo are glad to say 1st amount to 45012 hhds Sales of is up again but only a shadow of tho the crop of 1800 on our markotto date Ben of a few weeks ago 29462 hhds The market for medium hurleys was a little irregular tho llrst of tho Zilpali week but sinco that timo they havo been improving in price and closes After a long delay hero wo aro stronger than they have beeu for again The owl has recovered from some timo past From good to flue the la grippo and brought us a few grados aro scarce and are freely items taken at satisiactory prices The Preparations for farming aro pro same applies to ovorythingwith color rrrfiRHiiifr slowlv in our community on from tho commonest to tho best only sorts that account of tho rainy weather wo have Tho low aro common remain dull house burned and had cloudy leaf and dark trash Old Tho storo at this placo which wo burloys havo boon scarce and prices mentioned some timo ago that would are very much bettor bo opened in tho interests of tho Farm Â¬ Tho following quotations fairly ers Alliance has donned its robes and represent our market for burloy como forth with groat pomp and tobacco beauty bringing a full lino of merÂ¬ Trash dark or damaged 2 00 3 00 chandise suitable to equip any and tobacco every 0110 interested 7 00 3 00 Colory trash 3 5 Died At Sorabblo oast of this Common lugs not colory fi 50i 10 B0 Colory lugs 00 00a Saturday last an infant child Common place 7 00 10 00 leaf of Edward Harpers 1G 00 10 00 Medium to good loaf We aro glad to know our brothor Good to fine fillers 16 00 20 00 UatGUUIIl IB BllU 111 lltlU 1UIIU UI U1U Select or wrappory 27 50 V20 00 living wouiunoG Know out wnat leaf just closed amountto 3432 hhdswith receipts of 1805 for tho same period Ben McGowen who has been sick Sales on our market since January Sales on our market for the week HiiiiiiiiiiiiuM O CO CO l lSiY11 IBs mi c CD CD si -- O s o CD SO I All styles of hand made Harness Saddles Buggy Dusters Fly Nets Horse Boots and other Turf Goods WmmmlmmES mam ijfeSpilP Personal Miss Emily Thomas was in Louisvillo Wednesday Mr Joe Weitzol has returned from a visit to St Louis Mr Tom Green of Louisville spent Sunday in this city MissEffle Hill has returned from a visit to Winchester Mr 0 B Hill of Beattyville wii in the city on Monday Mr Young E Allison of Louisville was in the city Tuesday Mrs R Gray of Louisville was in the city on Tuesday last Prof S B Browder has been quite ill for the pnst two weeks Miss Rosa Gorin has returned to her homd in Louisville - Capt O F Barrett of Cincinnati spent Sunday in this city Mr A Lighter of Eminence is vis iting relatives in this city Mr GeoF Berry has returned from an extended trip to Chicago Miss Sue Griffith of Owensboro is visiting Mrs D M McHenry Hon John W Lewis of Spring Â¬ field was in the city Monday Mr Lloyd Watson of Maysville waB in the city on Wednesday Miss Spalding of Morganfield is the guest of Miss Mamie Lindsey Mr and Mrs P Callahan of Lex- Â¬ ington are visiting relatives in this city Mr Thomas H Stark and wife of Louisville were in the city Thurs- Â¬ day Mr Clarence Bradley of Lexing- Â¬ ton was in the city the first of the of Cincinnati Dickinson is the guest of Miss Emily and Annie Thomas Mrs Chapman Coleman has returned from a visit to Misses Barr in Louisville Mr Hiram Berry who has been confined to the house for a week is week Miss Â¬ Â¬ monted by a large circle of friends Go Went Gone and the entire community in which ho had spent the greater portion of The oflbrt of Hon Bennett H Young to carry away our Capital and his long life plant it at Louisville or Lexington Will Speak in Kansas City was a failure but wo understand that his capture of our Old Proba- Â¬ Judge Wm Lindsay of this city is bilities is an assured success Mr announced to speak at the Western E 0 Went to whom we are indebt- Â¬ States Commercial Congress at Kan ed for all the rain hale and snow sas City next week that we have had and for precious little sunshine has arranged to go Notice with Col Young to morrow afternoon in his private car on an expeThe public are invited to call at dition against the great silver sided Thos J Brislans 225 St Clair street Tarpon of Florida Wo hope Mr where they will be shown all the la- Â¬ test novelties in spring and summer Wents exodus from Frankfort will permanent abandonment millinery now ready for inspection nofprove a and we wish the party better luck with the fish than Col Young had County Agent with his Capital enterprise We would call the attention of the farmers of the county to the adverThe advance of Salvation Oil haB tisement of Mr W B Robinson been a triumphal march from the beIt puts county business agent of the Farm ginning apparentrheumatism to rout effort Price 25 without ers Alliance in another column It cents will be to their interest to go and see It is reported that famine threat him ens northern Russia but it is a cer Â¬ tainty that millions of colds will bo this bothering American Call on tlie Chairman ter Against famine people is no win- Â¬Â¬ prothere tection but for every cold there is a j M Saftell Chairman of the bottle of Dr Mr Jas Bulls Cough Syrup Committee of Invitation of Frank- Sold everywhere at only 25 cents fort Commandery No 4 requests that the other members of the com Burned fCorn mittee call and see him at the Post office as ho wishes to consult them Five hundred bushels of corn in in regard to a matter of importance sacks belonging to Mr J H Told i J piled upon the sandbar below Read His Announcement Hughes Cos saw mill caught fire fi Mr Lee A Owen is announced in Monday morning and about three u another column as a candidate to hundred and fifty bushels were represent this county in the next destroyed Legislature Lee is a clever fellow and should he be so fortunate as to AAway Away There is danger here terrible phantom is bendintr near receive the nomination of his party With no human look with no human will fill the position to the best of his breath He stands beside thee the haunter ability Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I ifaN for fI Oaatori eve CSKTAUm J FI Oollc Constipation Infants and Children Sour Stomach Diarrhoea Eructation KID Worms fires Bleep and promotes WltEoutlnjurious medlcatloa CastoriateBO well adapted to ehH6eotkt I recommend itssBuperior to any prescription H A Anciacx X D known to me Ill So Oxford St Brooklyn N T The use of Castoria is bo nntrerul aid Its merits so well known that it seems a work supererogation to endorse it Few are the of intelligent families who do not keep Caatoria within easy reach t New York City Late Pastor Bloomlngdalo BeXormed Church hi df-- N For Bereral years I hare recommended Castoria and sbaU always continue to Soar as ft has inrariably produced beneficial results Edwin F Vtxan M D M3be Winthrop 128th Street and 7th Are New York City c In s CSKMJCT 77 MtJHBAY STRKKT NEW YolUC Â¬ USlBABBIli flisrn 1KB 31 Â¬ yfc jjfL rs cM i jiiniiSMJiiKi luanarciKraini ieiiEraliwiiiRiiBisiiiaiBnBiicniimiinnri CURBS SPLINTS SPAVINS WINOHUFFS and all enlurgcmentA absolutely removed by n t rnirlTcr7iyxErnrauBm Ar ms jr CURED4 A W M vy i ffisivaVH jrsZ t uinni ON TMENT W 15 It has the unqualified endorsement of our lead ing noraemen una veterinarian Mil C E Dinkiiakt OaiMcr I at Hank ssmvtnn Minn Fnvs One Jiottlo cured a very bbd easo of blood spavin on h muro rorwnicn i imvo rinconeen onerea sw j wotim not ue wuiiDUt it ir it cosi w a ocme We have hundreds of such testimonials I Price SI 50 mr buttle Ask your druggist for it If i ho des not kcop It betid us 12 2c stamps for trial box EIDY CO Whitehall N Y kS improving Mr J Fletch Marcum of the Cat lettsburg Democrat was in the city yesterday Mrs Geo W Ohinn returned Tues day from a visit of several weeks to Cincinnati Miss Cordie Cannon left Tuesday for a visit to Mrs H A Guthrie in Lexington Col Ed C Went leaves to morrow afternoon for a visit of several weeks to Florida Messrs Henry Ahler and C F Proehl were in Louisville on business this week Miss Carrie Holt has returned from Oxford Ohio where she has been at- Â¬ tending school Mrs W L Rodman of Louisville is visiting her parents Dr and Mrs J Q A Stewart Miss Maria Pepper is visiting her sister Mrs C H Hatchitt at New Â¬ town Scott county Mr Jeseph B Lewis of Louisville spent several hours in this city Thursday afternoon Miss Veve Nicholas has returned to her home in Louisville after a visit Â¬ Capt Holloway III Capt L D Holloway Clerk at the Penitentiary was attacked suddenly Thursday evening with a fainting spell at his home on the corner of High and Clinton streets and for a time it was thought he could not re- Â¬ cover but he rallied and was some better yesterday The attack was caused by heart trouble No man in this city has more warm friends than Captain Holloway and it is earnestly hoped that he may soon be out again Death If there is one disease more than another that comes like the unbidden at a banquet it is Catarrh nsldiously it steals upon you with no human breath it gradually like the octopus winds its coils about you and crushes you But there is a med Â¬ icine called Dr Sages Catarrh Rem- Â¬ edy that can tear you away from the monster and turn the scythes point of the reaper The makers of this wonderful remedy offer in good faith a standing reward of 500 for an incurable case of Catarrh in the head YOUR STOREKEEPER is behind without it the age -- TM if he doesnt keep SAPOLIO in stock No city store is The great grocers of the country handle no The Trials of Winter Winter is a trying period even to those who have strong constitutionF but it is doubly trying to those who are weak and delicate or who have a tendency to the various diseases that are bred and fostered in the stagnant atmosphere of closed and heated houses The system should be kept strengthened and toned up with a liberal course of S S S the great blood tonic and purifier It acts like a charm It increases the appetite soothes the nerves and beautifies the complexion in short it makes life well worth living An Elegant Success The entertainment given to the members of the Constitutional Convention by the citizens of Frankfort on Thursday evening was in every way a very pleasant affair There was a large crowd in attendance the supper was first class the music for the dancing fine and every one present enjoyed themselves The com- Â¬ mittee in charge managed everything splendidly and there was nothing to Â¬ other scouring soap because the best housekeepers will not use cheap imitations which are liable to do damage far greater than the little saving in cost If your store- Â¬ keeper does not keep SAPOLIQ tell him to wake up If he offers you something else when you ask for SAPOLIO tell him to be wise and deal in genuine goods It pays to have the best BBSBBBBBBr JOHN T BUCKLEY Queensware and Fancy China Tea Sets 56 pieces The larg Â¬ 3 Dinner Sets from 850 up est stock in Central Kentucky to select presents from Stoves Tinware and Home Furnishing Goods Cook Stoves from 475 up Heating Stoves from 3 up Â¬ mar the pleasure of Frankforts guests who are loud in their praise of the Caton Stock Farm Mr A L Thomas Supt of Caton Farm at Joliet 111 remarks I en- Â¬ close you amount for six bottles of Quinns Ointment As a rule I am atives in this city to Miss Nellie Rodman treatment they received Rev Robert Christie and wife of St Paul Minnesota are visiting rel- Nerye a 11 i tained their friends handsomely with a card party on Monday evening Johnson and Misses Rebecca Adele Gaines leave this week for Lex Â¬ ington to visit Miss Mamie Combs Harry Messrs Harris Johnston Bush and James Crutcher of Louisville attended the banquet Thursday night Republican Convention Mrs Lucy Duvall and daughter Miss Mary Brown have returned The Republicans of Franklin counfrom an extended visit to New ty are requested to meet in mass conOrleans vention at the Court house in FrankMrs Lee A Owen of this county fort on Monday May 14th for the was called to Carroll county on Tues- purpose of appointing delegates to day by the death of her brother Mr the State Convention which meets in Lexington on the 20th of May James Duiguid E M Drane Mr Waller II Lewis of this counChairman County Committee ty whose hearing was impaired by a recent severe attack of the grippe Sight is Priceless went to Louisville Wednesday to ears treated by an experi Â¬ have his enced specialist Mr David Norton of St Paul Rev Dr James M Lewis was in Minn states that his son was entire Â¬ the city Wednesday taking leave of ly blind and had been kept in a dark his friends preparatory to leaving for room an entire year and treated by Mis the best physicians of tho city to no his future home in Greenville sissippi His family will not join him purpose and all had given him up saying ho would never be any better until about the first of May when they began using what has proven to bo tho finest remedy in the world for tho cure of Inflammation An Old Citizen Gone namely Dr Hales Household Oint Â¬ ment It was applied directly to the Mr John Jenkins the oldest and boys oyes which soon began to im Â¬ one of the most highly respected prove and to day his sight is entirely citizens of Bridgeport this county restored and ho is enjoying perfect died at his home in that village health owing to tho use of tho most Thursday morning at 0 oclock Mr wonderful remedy in tho world Dr HaleB Household Ointment Sold by Jenkins was a high toned honorable Phil Carpenter South Side druggist gentleman and went to his grave la- - 2 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mr G P Holland of the Eminence Constitutionalist spent Sunday in this city visiting friends Miss Grace Shepard of Hunting- Â¬ ton West Vireima is visitinjr Miss Emma Morris in this city Messrs L L Conway and G Ed Marshall of Louisville spent Sunday in this city visiting relatives Mr Dellie Walcutt and wife enter- Â¬ conservative about saying anything There is nothing like it It is the but after one years trial I must con- Â¬ foundation of all action The man of fess that it will do all you claim for Nerve is a success The man without it it is a failure Many men and women are overworked sufferinir with ner vous prostration and longing for something to restore them again to vigor and health There is one med- Â¬ icine that will accomplish the desired result Dr Hales Household Tea cures nervous prostration making the weak strong and gives nature a feTbrf1 iG jog by putting all the organs of the OM A KASTCTBAIi BEMSDX system into a healthy condition It Dr Epileptic Fits Falling Sickness Hyster Â¬ is the finest remedy known Hales Household Tea the great Blood Purifier and Nerve Tonic is ics St Titos Dance NerroDsnesi sold at 25 and 50c at Phil Carpenters Hypochondria Melancholia la 2 South Side drug store ON cbrlty Sleeplessness DIziI Plumbing and Gas Fitting Tin Roofing and Guttering Job work of all kinds in both branches done promptly aud guaranteed to be first class I have the largest stock in my different lines to be found in Central Kentucky and at prices that are beyond all competitors Give me a call ptKir - I JOHN T BUCKLEY Assignees Notice their Indebtedness And the creditors of said llrm are hereby notllled to present their claims to tho undersigned proven us required by law on or before July 1st 1801 J W GAYLE Assignee of B II McCoy Co Mar 28 Sm FOR SALE 1ST MONDAY IN MAY AT 12 OCLOSKWE nell on the streec in Krankfort our emnt W T CltUTCIIKK L Chutchek A Bess Brain and Spinal Weakness horse threbuer and engine complete Wash Ckutchkh Aprl 11 U l debted to the llrm of B H McCoy Co as signed are requested to come forward and settle LL PERSON KNOWING THEMSELVES IN Â¬ m Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ This medicine has direct action upon the nerve centers allaying all Irrlta- billties and Increasing tho flow and power FltANKLIN COUKT OP COMMON PUIAS of nerve fluid It Is perfectly harmless and leaves no unpleasant effects MARaARKTSHKEHANadmrc Equity vs Our Pamphlet for sufferers of nervous di seases will bo sent free to nny address and ELLEN SHEEM AN Ac poor patients can also obtain this modlcine ALLPEHSONS HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST Â¬ NOTIGR Gustavus Talbott Estate wJ f roo of chargo from us Hnn hv thn years 60 Welt UiAlm oor CUaton CI KOEfHO MEDICINE CO SOLD BY DRUCCI8TS CHICAGO ILL PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE LATE MnrgnretSIieehuti deceased are A1 list avus Talbott are requested to make myment to me and those having claims against hereby notllled to produce the same to ine proten please his estate as required by law on or before tho first day of proven up willpayment present them properly for May 161 John L SCOTT WM caoMW1jLL co Executor Mar 7 lin KCCP Apr4 4t I Li Â¬ Price 81 per Bottle O Bottle for 5 t W GAYLE Druggist Frankfort Ky Stray Notice one have up Ky EVERYTHING WADE -- Alliance Men Attention COUNTY Â¬ Â¬ O B riUKENlTAS A STRAY BYcounty 1 nutr Benson depot Vnmklln old which f roun hiirer two jears FOR THE Busi UEKN ELECTED HAVING Agent ntourlast Union I wish to In throughout tho county that form the brothers my bora liius been WH and that I inn prepared to Hervu their Interest fully As such I am In pos session of special rates from the largest houses in the country and shall make It my purpose to servo your Interest to tho best of my ability either In unythlng that you have to sell or buy In accordance with the purpose of our order Â¬ praedatltcendoarsMooRKjpiF0 ACNB ffii CPCC DR WB SCOTT Veterinary iRADUATE ot Surgeon You will save money mid get stock turn to name Wo pay no agents but sell direct to tho planter Millions of trees plants anil vines are bearing everywhere in Kentucky and Judge us by their DIRECT NOT WHY wl en BUY need treesFROM THE GROW you plants and vines 4 Iff m fruit I can be found at April 114t D L Haly WB hardware store ROBINbON ONTAHIU VKTJUMNAltr Wli leue Toronto Cauadu Ofllce ut Church Bros Ieu7 iim livery btable logue on application to II F HILLENMEYER A strawberry aud general nursery cata Â¬ Lexington Ky Feb 21 Sm L HtH FAR MERS GOODS AT jakjeasijsz SUPPLY JKUvJ3l rJSpHsrBE HOU OES - We have our lines complete and are ready to sell you BOTTOM JFiwgJtjEiwraB to 75 JWjgtfjsoMZEiMxrm Oliver Chilled Plow No 20 9 Oliver Chilled Plow No per pair single Buggy Harness 198850 Collar Pads with the hook 40c Hames 40c 5 ALL KINDS OP HORSB BOOTS AND SUPPLIES FOR TROTTING- HORSES Opposite Court house O KL CHXJTCHLER Harness DReToairecL CO an 3Eade to Older loonies to PREVAILING BOLES BURGLARY Money 2500 in Carried and Jew Off elry Â¬ en No 5 No 1 North Bound Dally removed by a vote of two thirds of Dally Dally Ex Sun Express each house of the first General As sembly which convenes after the SAN FRANCISCO CAL Shortest and quickest between adoption of this Constitution Lve Stanford 7 00am LOUISVILLE KY NEW YORK NY Interpreted in the light of our pres 7 50am Lancaster CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT ent belief and information this 10 15am Arr Richmond a means that the capital is permanentLve Jelllco 8 15am Only direct line between ANNOUNCEMENT ly located in Frankfort and we are Lve Wlllfasbg 8 50am CorMn 9 35am Arr not sure that we would or could had and Paris Car Â¬ LveCtunhfiipi C 25am the matter of selection been delegat- We are authorized to announce LEE A OWEN Frankfort follow 0 45am lve Vlddleshhl ed to us have discovered any where as a candidate to represent Franklin county In Lve PliievI 7 41am in tho broad confines of the State a the House of Representatives of the next GenerLve irhrvllle lisle Maysvil le Cjnthiana Fal Â¬ 8 35am iTS r 9 25am more appropriate or more eligible al Assembly of Kentucky subject to the action of Vrrtorolii rbiii Lve 9 45am Zj site Frankfort is a dear old girl the Democratic party 10 21am Lve London mouth and Corington with most winning ways and heres April 11 to 11 05am Ar uivinttion looking at her through eyes lit with Lve Livingston 11 15ini set in gold Lvo Berea the softened light of an old love 12 liitin ASK TOR TICKETa VIA KY 1 old fashion set jewelry gold MIDLAND Arr Richmond 124Gpm rather than ablaze with the fiercer Lve Richmond 6 05im 12 4ipm 1 gold locket and heavy gold chain fires of a new born envy Louisville Arr Winchester 6 55uu 1 40pm Lve Winchester 7 10am 1 5Spm 1 pair flat bracelets Grecian pat-Â¬ Times of Thursday 7 45am 2 33pm Arr Paris m tern of black enamel 7 Oflum 2 OUpm 3 45pm Lve Lexington TIME TABLE DEC 15 b90 7 53am 2 45pm 4 25pm Arr Paris For years the editor of the Burling- Â¬ Large gold cuff buttons marked J Lve Cynthiana 8 23am 3 15pm 4 49pm ton Junction Mo Post has been rMBMmm i vithimc x 11pm 9 M A pm Lve Falmouth 10 laun 4 40PI11 o Bupin i SK Â¬ subject to cramp colic or fits of indi0 S7pm 44am D Arr Covington So quietly was the work done that gestion which prostrated him for 1 No 3 No 7 No Arr Cincinnati 10 50am 5 5Cpm G 45pm 110 TRAINS EAST Pass Mixed Pass MAVSVILLE BRANCH no one in the house was disturbed several hours and unfitted him for r aflflKKW3lZaMliVrali MILE6 No ii 12 N 5 45 300 Lv Frankfort and the robber had no difficulty business for two or three days For MILE6 Daily Daily North Bound 12 25 3 12 5 58 VKSHpJigSKvEffiKi Elk orn he has been Ex Sun Ex Sun in escaping with his booty He had the past year Colic Cholera using ri 12 43 6 07 3 20 Swltzer foS Chamberlains and 1 07 3 34 6 2f SMmplrg Ground evidently acquainted himself with Diarrhoea Remedy whenever occasion 2 20pm 3 5 147 Lve Cincinnati 650 9 Ar Georgetown to the required and it has invariably given Lve Covincton 2 26pm the house and was posted as 3 00 4 05 gfiimnn Lv Georgtn via Q C 7 21 Lve Lexington 7 00 a m 4 40pm COO 10 15 li i Ar Cincinnati Lve Parit rooms occupiod by the different mem Â¬ him prompt relief 25 and 50 cent 7 55 n m 5 37pm 2 05 G55 bottles for sale by J W Gayle 8 19 am 601pm Arr Millersburg 405 Lv Genreetown bers of the family 25 7 11 2 4 20 8 43 a in 6 25 p m Arr Carlisle 30 lm Newtown 2 45 1 4 31 9 33am 716pm Arr Johnson Centrevllle Mrs Coleman was sleeping in an 3 15 M aysville 4 60 TnE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST 7 41 10 10 a in 765pm Arr Ar Paris adjoining room with her mother con- Â¬ 4 25 753 NO Happy Hooslers No io 12 Lv Paris vii K C 0 37 10 44 sequently the robber was not dis Â¬ Covington Daily South Bound Daily 0 45 10 50 Wm Timmons Postmaster of Ida Ex Sun Ex Sun Ar Cincinnati turbed in his work the room being villo Ind writes Or to Electrio Bitters 5 37 7 55 Lv Paris via K C LveMaysville missed has done more for me than all other taslown 5 20 am 160pm unoccupied Nothing was 8 43 0 25 CarllsH Lve Johnson 5 57 a 227 pm 7 55 10 10 Ar Maysvllle for that bad Lve Carlisle from any other portion of the medicines combined 0 50 a in 3 20pm 5 37 1127 Lve Millersburg 7 15 a m 3 45pm Lv Paris via K C lidney and house andit is supposed the thief fooling arising from Leslie 15 12 10 Time 25 Hours Winchester 7 40 a in 410pm Arr Paris John Liver trouble p m Lexington ho wanted and stockman of same placo farmer 8 28 a m 6 20pm Arr knew where to And what says 7 20 Covington Ar Richmond 0 44 a m 6 37pm Arr Car Trains went arid got it without disturbing Find Electric Bitters to be the best Entire Sleepers runBaggage withoutDay Coache 10 50 a in G45pm 31 I Arr Cincinnati si l SI through change Kidney and Liver merTcine Mado mo anything else No 8 No 12 No 2 No W LMUNSONTrav Pass Act J NV Gardner was notified feel like a now man Pass Pass Mix Mix TRAINS WEST Chief of Police Joffers Cincinnati O THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST hardware merchant amo town says train train train train early the next morning of the Electric Bitters is just the thing for a 1 05 r in Lv Richmond via K C S R KNOTT C PATMORE 1 M 7 15 Winchester loss and immediately went to work man who is all run down and dont Truffle Malinger Gen Puss Agt 2 33 7 43 Ala Paris dies he General Offices Louisville Ky upon tho caso and every effort made oaro whether he lives or appetite Georgetown to Jacksonville LvMnysvlllevla K C 5 20 1 50 good found new S F R MORSE Genl Pass Agt 0 50 3 20 to securo tho arrest of tho burglar and felt juststrength had anew lease Carlisle like no 4 10 7 40 Ar Paris Oftlce Chnniberof Commerce Bldg Cincinnati O Tinio 26 Hours Ho took tho 10 oclock train for on lifo Only 50c a bottle at P H 2 20 Lv Cincinnati via KC No 2 Dally to all points except Rowland Divi 2 2 2 Covington taking with him a de- Carpontors Drug Storo Louisville sion which Is dally except Sunday 5 37 Ar Paris No 1 Runs dally from Lexington to Cincinkeepers without change The Short L Througt scription of a man dressed in light t 50 nati 0 00 S 30 Paris line between Cincinnati ami 5 20 0 25 8 50 Ontrevllle boon soon by tho No2 Riuisdilly ky clothes who had Time 21j Hours Lkxino ton 5 35 0 33 9 02 Only To Newtown No 5-- Runs dally fiom all stations except the KNOXVIlLK Tknn 5 55 7 01 20 colored coachman watching tho Ar Georgetown Rowland Division which Is dally except Sunday N C 17 AbllKVlllK No 3 Dally except Similar 4 00 11 Lv Clntl vluQ VC 7 houso closely early in the evening be- Â¬ No 4 runs dally between Cincinnati and Lex 7 01 52 G 15 ATLANTA Ar Georgetown Display of CllVITVNOOIlATKNN Socuring the ser Â¬ ington fore the rbbory 1U ALA illllMliKIIIAM li bo 1 IKi 0 51 L Georgetown No 13 Paris and Lexington Accommodation Direct Connections at New Orleansaml Shrove Stamping Ground in 10 7 31 7 29 Leaves Lexington 1000 a m vices of sovoral Louisville detectives Trimmed Arrives Paris pott for Texan Mexico and California 7 55 10 tW 7 17 Swltzer 1015 a m except Sunilaj Frankfort via Kentucky Midland Railway 8 15 7 55 10 It ho visited tho pawn shops of tho city Hats and Bonnets at viaLeave Elkhotu 8 Falmouth No Accommodation Leaves Georgetown 545 ju mnrrlvoClnelnnntI1025 Ar Frankfort 8 10 8 45 11 00 Cincinnati 510 p in Arrives Falmouth u m Quicker than any other line and soon found sovoral of tho rings 705 p m dally except Sunday Alltralus arrive at dopartfrom Central Union TRAINS DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY No 7 Leaves Falmouth 0 a in Arrives Cin- Â¬ and at noon on Thursday a man who my Millinery Depot Cincinnati cinnati 755 a m except Sunday Ve lor Rates MapsFRANKaddress UOW VII ORRISON Agent gave his namo as Charley Johnson floor Nos 2 and 6 make connections at Winchester W W00LLEY ion Superintendent GEO H HVUPKR for points on the NN A MV Ry E I Traveling iass Agt was arrested at tho English Kitch- Â¬ General Passenger Agent VERNONCLARK Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 11 -- sash After getting inside the door of the dining room leading into the hall was prized open through which he passed and ascended the stairs to a front room on the Becond floor used by Mrs Chapman Coleman wife of the Secretary of the American Lega- Â¬ tion at Berlin Gormany who is visiting her mother Mrs Hendrick broke open a bureau drawer and car Tied off tho following jewelry and money valued at 2500 1 pearl ring enamel blue large pearl diamond with J 1 solitairo ring S H from 0 0 Nov 1889 with Jennie S 1 cluster diamond Hendrick Aug 23 1 sapphire and diamond ring with three sapphireB and 2 diamonds surrounded witli dia- Â¬ 1 turquois monds 1 small diamond blue enamel 6 100 markpieces in paper German 20 lO markpieces in gold bracelet with dia- Â¬ 1 gold snake mond eyes 1 leather purse silver clasp mark Â¬ ed J S H Mongram enameled ring 1 large blue turquois enamel gold looks like leaf with diamonds in center 1 set silver jewelry 1 small breastpin set in small dia- monds and small pink stones 1 scarf pin small head of woman One of the most euccessful robber- Â¬ ies ever committed in this city was perpetrated on Tuesday night Some time after 12 oclock on that night a burglar went to the residence of Mrs Mary S Hendrick The Terraces on Wapping street next to the Custom House and effected an entrance by prizing open the shutters oPa window to the dining room and raising the tho balance of tho stolen property together with a set of burglars tools of tho finest quality found in his possession The thief was brought to this city Thursday afternoon and lodged in jail He told the officers that ho was from Brooklyn New York and was wanted in Cincinnati and Louisville for burglaries commit- Â¬ ted in those cities Johnson is a young looking fellow with black eyes and hair face clean shaven and to an inexperienced eye does not look like the hardened criminal he evidently is He has been recognized by several persons here as a man who was seen to leave on the six oclock train for Louisville Wed desday morning His prospects are exceedingly flattering for a long term in the Pen Â¬ Â¬ l MANY Kentucky Central Railway BLUB GRASS ROUTE Shortestand Quickest routefroin legs are dooncd to death by disease merely because the owners fall to take measures to pre sene their health CONDITIONS CKMHAL KENTUCKY TO ALL TOINTS DR JOS HAAS BOOTH EAST WEST AND SOUTHWEST FAST LINE UETWEEN LEXINGTON d JJdDLlA AND CINCINNATI IN EFFECT FEB 15T1I 1831 OiVE The promptness and certainty of its cures have made Chamberlains Cough Remedy famous It is intend- Â¬ ed especially for coughs colds croup and whooping cough and is the most effectual remedy known for these dis eases 50 cent bottles for sale by J 30 lm W Gayle Louisville Satisfied Frankfort retains possession of the capital and this is nine points in the law The Times did not shed its linen during the contest and it will shed no tears over the result By a vote of 57 yeas to 34 nays the convention has decided that The seat of Government shall con- UI1UU All U1AC2 IIVJT Ui IlUUUlUll UUIUOO Both Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the system effectually dispels colds head- Â¬ aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever produced pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach prompt in 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 made it the most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and 81 bottles by all leading drug gists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ sl ENJOYSwhen the method and results I SSJ VS3KSK Eog Â¬ Â¬ Lexington 1210nn Lve Paris 11 27am A rr Winchester 1210nn Lve Winchester 1240pm Arr Richmond 135pm Lve Richmond 1 35pm Lve Berea 205pm Ask for Testimonials 305pm Hogolcgy ti pamphlet on snlne will ArrLivingston 57 3 15pm Lve Livingston be mailed to uuyuddress on receipt of a two cent 4 OSpm Lve London stamp 4 50pm Arr Corbln Lve Corbln 500pm 5 52pm Lve Barbrvllle 6 31pm Lve PlnevlUe Indianapolis Ind LveMlddlesbh 7 23pm Mar 7 6m ArrCumbGap 7 60pm Lve Corbln 4 50pm Lve Wllliasbg 5 45pm U 20pm Arr Jelllco Lve Richmond 160pm 4 45pm Lve Lancaster 5 20pm Arr Stanford Used successfully for 15 years Will Arrest Disease Prevent Disease Expel Worms Stop the Cough Increase the Lve Cincinnati 8 10am Lve Covington I UlodUl Flesh and Hasten Maturity Falmouth 9 4bam PRICES 250 31 25 and 50c perpkg 251b Cynthiana 1043am Â¬ cans 1250 The largest packages are the cheap Arr ram 11 1 Ha in est d Miry Soutli Hound Remedv No 6 No 4 Aecom Daily Daily Express fast line Ex bun No 3 Dally 800pm 808pm 916pm 9 6Jpm 1023pm 220pm GAYLE JFR ANKFORX KY Joe Haas V S For Sale by nuupm a Dupm 4 55pm 5 30pm G 20pm 637pm 615pm Gsopm 7 20pm 22tpm No 3 32 ins flf fnlfilJHIbTOSMflllll P m QAmmK SKm I mivMi ifirliftMill v l I h 111 G 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ day For Grand Imported Parlors Everybody 1 H Â¬ I on Jefferson street by Dotoc tives Dalloy and McOorklo and all 2nd invited ED HARRIS OCHARVEY VloJ Lexington Ky EDWARDS U D lreJ CINCINNATI O P T A CLAUDEZBOWLS CltTlckeCVgent GENERAL OFFICES FRANKFORT KY No 2 Curries through cars from Cincinnati to Mlddlesborough and Cumberland Gap and all In Â¬ termediate stations and runs dally Jw ft r - FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT tatered at the post office at Frankfort Kentucky as second class mailable matter fiEO A threo of them two young to take care of themselves to the care of his sis tcra FRANKFORT THE CAPI TAL Settled After Many Years Â¬ LEWIS Editor and Publisher 11 18111 FRANKFORT APRIL Victory Is Ours After a long hnrtl tussel Frankfort succeeded in knocking her ancient enemies clear out of the ring on Wed Â¬ nesday and it is n ow settled that the seat of government will remain hero for all time Frankfort has nothing to be ashamed of she has fought all during this struggle fairly and squarely resorting to no underhand or dishonorable means to accomplish her ends and conies out of the fight with her escutcheon untarnished The little city of the valley vanquish- Â¬ ed the metropolis at the mouth of Beargrass and the Capital of the Bluegrass which is glory enough The wars over lets forget all about it and go to work to build up our city and make it hum with business to ii Poor Lexington The Lexington papers ore very sore over the action of the Constitu-Â¬ tional Convention on the Capital question but try to squeeze a little consolation out of the fact that there it a bare possibility that the first Leg- Â¬ islature which meets after the adop Â¬ tion of the new Constitution may re- Â¬ move the seat of government to their city In view of the fact that it will require the votes of two thirds of all the members elected to that body to remove the Capital we are in- Â¬ clined to think that Lexingtons chances are hardly apparent for it will be an exceedingly cold day for Frankfort if she has not thirty four friends in the next House of Repre- Â¬ sentatives or thirteen in the Senate And if that body fails to remove it Frankfort will be the Capital for all time Then why not give up the fight accept the situa- Â¬ tion and lets be friends w OU- - The majority and minority reports Mrs Mary B Duke mother of Mr of tho Capital Location Committee Green Olay Smith formerly of this made to tho Constitutional Conven- Â¬ city died at her homo in George- Â¬ tion came up as a special order on town last week aged 8G years Tuesday in that body and elicited a m lively discussion which lasted until A Louisville Delegation Wednesday afternoon when the majority report was amended up- Â¬ Fifteen prisoners were brought up from Louisville to the Penitentiary on tho motion of Gov Buckner dele Â¬ on Tuesday morning nine white gate from Hart county to read as One was sent follows and six negroes The seat of Government shall for life and the sentences of the bal remain permanently at Frankfort ance ranged from one to fifteen unless removed by a vote of two years thirds of tho members elected to the To Widen tlie Street first General Assembly which con- Â¬ venes after the adoption of this ConMr H It Williams is preparing to stitution htiHrl n nfrtnn wall nlnntr f hn linn nf Which provision was adopted by his property on Cross street between a vote of 57 to 34 and thus the much Main and Logan and will fill up the vexed question of capital removal south side of the street to a level so was settled for all time as to widen the roadway the full During the discussion strong width of the street speeches were made for Frankfort by Govs Buckner and Knott Hons Insurance Paid Tho8 S Pettit Jep C Johnson The heirs of the late Mrs A 0 Judge Bullitt W H Miller W R Heller formerly of this city who Ramsey Jas F Askew and I N died suddenly in Louisville several Spalding The opposition was led months ago were paid 1000 on by Hon Chas S Bronston of Lex- Â¬ Tuesday by the Knights and Ladies ington Hon Zach Phelps of Louis- Â¬ of Honor in which organization her ville speeches also being made in favor of submission to a vote of the life was insured for that amount people by Judge W M Beckner River Open Hons Morris Sachs T J Wood B F Bennett Bennett H Young and The gate of Look No 1 on the Kentucky river which was carried others The section was adopted by such away by the high water several a decided majority of all the mem- Â¬ weeks ago was found lodged in a drift pile by the snag boat Kentucky bers elected to the Convention that taken back to the lock and placed it is hardly possible that two thirdsÂ¬ next Legislature can be inin position several days ago and of the duced to vote in favor of the remov- Â¬ boats are now passing through the al of the Capital to either Louisville lock without any trouble Â¬ Dcatlt of Mrs Duke COMING TO Taken up as a Stray jEeAlSrZKIIFOIEST THE TOLL GATE KEEPER AT W00D ns ilae1IncknlirB spot hind feet small whlto Special Examining Surgeon OF high with two in face sway years old Owner c m have same hack about ten by calling at the toll gate proving property and paying for her keep and this notice t THOMAS SHEARER W J CHINN K K JR Of- Â¬ THE DBS Will practice in all State Courts fice second floor Custom House Jan 80 ly Frank Inom Ad Diitkh Vice President President It T E D BAH9TOW Sec and Treas Superintendent Basinkt The Standard Itiitiu M Co Formerly the Standard Printing Ink Works -- MANUFACTURERS O- FPRINTINGAND LITHOGRAPHIC INKS VARNISHESFTC 108 lune28 ly Canal Cincinnati Ohio WM CROMWELL ATTORN EY-AT-LA- W REAL ESTATE AGENT Franklin and the adjoining counties and will also give special attention to the purchase and tale of real eatate collection of tints claim and the letotlaUon of loans 1nn21 PRACTICE IN THK COURTS OF H DR Dr G MATTERS IKE The J L HITT of Hitt Special Examining Surgeon DrsKkK will bent the the CAPITAL HOTEL Monday April 13 1891 For Ono Day Only This Is a splendid opportunity for all people of this vicinity suffering with uny chronic dsease or deformity to lenni the precise nature of their ailment The Doctor comes from a family of physicians and he has a remarkable power of locating diseases He has been chosen for this work out of the many skillful surgeons of the K faculty Drs K ie has had the widest experience both In this and other countries and his power of dlagnostlcation leads to tho most wonderful Consultations free nnd results Examinations free to those desiring treatment ftitiiriitr 334 MAIN STREET fP1 J Attention Sir Knights ijj JB r RF JrV it There will be a call meeting of 4 No Frankfort Commandery Knights Templar this evening at 730 oclock for the purpose of con- Â¬ Sir ferring the Templar order Knights are requested to appear in full dress uniform away sorrowful By order of Thursday evening the members of o Common Fleas the Convention were entertained at GEORGE S Franklin Court M D AVERILL GREENS Asslcnee Deatli of Dr Hitchcock an elegant banquet at the Capital vs Equity Commander Attest GEORGE S GREENS Creditors Hotel by the citizens of Frankfort Â¬ Rev R S Hitchcock D D forU Keenon Recorder HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST ALL PERSONS Geo S Green Insolvent are estate of m merly of this city died on Monday FOR THE PLAINTIFF hereby notified law produce the same to me day of proven to on or before the 1st as required by Death of Mrs Dudley at his home in Hollidaysburg PennMay lbOl sylvania with pneumonia and the WM CROMWELL Cora Messrs E H Taylor The sad news was received in this Apr 4 4t F C C P Sons Obtain Judg Â¬ remains were brought to Lexington citv Tuesdav afternoon of the death ment Against the on Wednesday for interment Dr Geo T Stagg Hitchcock first came to this city in of Mrs Dudley widow of the late Co G Dudley of this city which the summer of 1863 as the Chaplain Jas sad event took place at her home in WANTED of the 2d Maryland Volunteer Infan- Â¬ The suit of Messrs E H Taylor Chicago Illinois after a brief illness try Shortly after his regiment o casrcE Jr Sons vs The Geo T Stagg Co was ordered to Tennessee he receiv- Â¬ with the grippe which was tried at a special term of To sell our Choice Nursery Stock SALARY and The remains arrived here Wednes- Â¬ ed an injury by his horse falling upon EXPENSES or liberal commission and steady Â¬ day afternoon and the funeral took Franklin Circuit Court which con- work for earnest workers Write him which unfitted him for active vened on Tuesday of last week was resi- Â¬ service and he resigned his commis- place Thursday morning from the decided on Wednesday by Judge ELLWANGER BARRY dence of Mr R M Aldridge sion returned here and opened a Warren Montfort in favor of the high school for boys which he con- Â¬ Rochester IT 7 plaintiffs Messrs Taylor Sons in MkShKS Death of Mrs Levis Mar 7 Jt ducted for several years and then retheir petition asked for an injunc- Â¬ moved to Lexington where he mar- Â¬ Mrs W P Levis daughter of Mr tion restraining the defendants ried Miss Adams daughter of the late John F Church of this county and from doing business under the EENTUCEY UNION RAILWAY C3 G M Adams of that city Mrs M P Gray Messrs name of the E H Taylor Jr Co sister of Shortly after going to Lexington he LeeS and N B Church of this and for fifty thousand dollars dam- Â¬ TIME CARD was appointed to a professorship in city died on Saturday at the resi- Â¬ ages for the time said defendants DECEMBER 2IST 1890 Centre College and removed to Dan- Â¬ dence of her husband in Dayton have so used Mr Taylors name EFFECTIVE GOING EAST ville where he remained until eome Ohio after a brief illness since he severed his connection with six or seven years ago and then re Â¬ The remains were brought to this them The Judge in his opinion Leave Lexington 900 p in 4iK p la moved to Pennsylvania Leave Winchester city and the funeral took place grants the injunction asked for and Leave Clay City 461 p m Dr Hitchcock was possessed of a Tuesday afternoon from the resi- Â¬ also gives the plaintiffs damages the Arrive Lumber Point 025 p m 6 30 p m mind a fine voice of com dence of Mr M P Gray the remains measure of which is to be deter- Â¬ Arrive Three Forks t brilliant 11UX a ra was a fine being laid to rest in the family lot in mined by the Commissioner of the Leave Three Forks manding presence Arrive Elkatawa 125 p m preacher and teacher and it is with the Cemetery Court to whom the matter is refer- Â¬ m GOING WESTj regret that we announce to our red Bank at the Stamp Leave Elkatawa 885 a m school mates of 1863 4 the death of Messrs Stagg Co will carry the Arrive Three Forks 1030 a m case to the Court of Appeals our old teacher Leave Three Forks 600 a m A bank has been organized at Arrive Lumber Point 605 u m 737 a m Stamping Ground on the Kentucky Didnt Turn Out That Arrive Clay City Arrive Winchester 830 a m Way Midland Railroad with the following Died From Paralysis Arrive Lexington 930 a in officers J T Reynolds President Connections made at Lumber Point with The following appeared in the steamer for Benttyvllle Elkatawa Is nearest Mr John H Pattie formerly of J J Yates Vice President W G Louisville Post early in the fight station to Jackson Ky Trains between Three this city vas driving along the turn Glass O H Duvall Elijah Threlkeld Forks and Lexington run dally between Three dally Sundays excepted piko near Lawrenceburg Friday Dr Clias C Lewis Jesse Riddle before the Constitutional Convention Forks and Elkatawa MURPHY J L General Passengor Agent when ho was stricken and W H Poindexter directors for the removal of the Capital afternoon reWhen the question with paralysis and the lines dropped The bank starts out with 15000 moval has been pressed of capital pretty hard In attempting to capital stock but will increase it to some Frankfort people have been from his hand WEEKLY The cashier and other hoard to say Well if theyll move recover them ho fell from his buggy 25000 officers have not yet been chosen the penitentiary too wo wont kick and was found some time after in an much Mr Phelps of Louisville and BUYS A GOOD GOLD WATOH condition and carried to unconscious Mr Bronston of Lexington sit toCourt Day Lawrenceburg where he received gether baok against the lobby Tho and revived Monday was a miserable day but other day Judge Lindsay who is try Â¬ BY 00R CLUB SYSTEM medical attention sufflciently to tell of his misfortune there was a largo crowd in attend Â¬ ing to hold the capital in Frankfort entered the hall and took a seat just Our 14 karet patent stiffened gold cases are He was removed to the residence of ance upon County Court It being behind these two Turning to tho warranted lor 20 years Walthtiu and Elgin movement reliable wind his sister near the Kentucky Mili Â¬ horse show day a number of flue ani Â¬ Judge Mr Phelps said in a very and set hunting or mat well Known Stemgents open face ladys or serious manner size Equal to any 75 watch Wo well ono of tary Institute where ho died on mals were upon exhibition trotters these watches for Well Judge Mr Saturday The funeral took place draft and saddle horses Messrs Leo myself have just settledBronston and this capital Monday and the remains were inter A Owen Charles Julian and Judge removal question between ourselves SJEE ed in the Cemetery at this place Geo 11 Bacon in brief speeches at on behalf of Louisvillo and Lexing Â¬ Rend to any address by rejjlsteml mall or ton During the war Mr Pattio was a tho Court house announced their go and wo want to know if you will andexpress C O I with prlvlle40 of examina by into for Frankfort and have an tion gallant soldier in the Confederate candidacy for tho Democratic nomi amicableit arrangement all around Our agent at Durham N C vr w ti army and when the war closed nation for Representative in the next For my part said tho Judgo Im howOur Jewelers have confessedfor dont know you can furnish such work tlk money willing to do tho fair thing but how commenced farming at his old homo Legislature you propose to it Ho afterwards nnnn near Farmdale Business was lively upon the streets do Louisvillo gets settle Court of Ap Â¬ rin nrmiun m the removed to this city and engaged in and a great deal of stock changed peals Lexington tho Capital and the grocery business was afterwards hands D P Bontly auctioneer re Frankfort tho ponitontiary wanted at each place Write for particulars a guard at the Penitentiary and for ports tho following sales 7 horses And the laugh was on tho Judgo several years was policoman in chargo from 10 to 75 4 milk cows from 15 But Frankfort got it all Louisvillo EMPIRE WATCH CO cattle and Lexington got loft and tho laugh of the Capitol grounds to 25 14 head of 43 and GOMatden Lane New York N Y is how with Judgo Lindsay per head Ho leaves four orphaned children at 1475 Â¬ or Lexington which are the only places in the State which seem to want it Large delegations were present from both Lexington and Louisville on Tuesday and Wednesday and JtaTJReniember the date and Hotel when the final vote was announced Hours will bo from 0 a m to 4 p m the subsequent proceedings interest them no more and they went FRANKFORT KY ICOMPaNY NOTICE V ICREA flMK J TZR laSST iUJJU VaTit M rl Â¬ WMMIM v IF YOU WAST Jr EXINGTONK Yi n 1 s ALESME N GOOD BREAD AND A HAPPY COOK USE GREAI FLOUR MADE BY Â¬ LEXINGTON ROLLER MILLS KY COMPANY Â¬ LEXINGTON Dr W I Kelley OF CINCINNATI --WILL OHIO BX AT THE Bi HUMKTOBT FRIDAY APRIL 24 1891 FRIDAY MAY 15 1891 i Cored BLEEDING BLIND or ITCHING operation and wltfe witnrt any surgicalpain UtUe or bo Chloroform la Ligature or Knife treataea IINT not necessary with this mode or FISTULA Is cured ANO FISSURES Cored wttaoat cutting or tearing-- Â¬ ULCERATION CATARRH 0IEIILL11 Â¬ Of the bowel cured Dr neiir has now been rlsltlngthts city raga arly for nearly seven turs and the many euier he has mane uruoug tho wealthy and InmratltM citizens are sudlclent evidence of his success It ts now a well established fact that wan dl eases of the stomach liver kidney hladdv uiub and nervour system aro either caused ts utiiravated by the coexistence of 1ILKS VISTU LA FISSURE or HKCTAL ULCKIt Â¬ r HKtfHRKNCES S82S CA Â¬ Â¬ K Oober Frankfort Ky Franklin Morris iraerensbuxg J T Siateu Frankfort Ky V Merherlch Kraukfort Ky L I Hulett Benson Kf Il a H McClure Kraukfort Ky Ulcharil Ferguson Kratiktnrt Kr W J Hushes VrankfflTt Ky Davlil Moore Iteuson Ky Jas il Wlthrnw 1rankrort Kr DR KKCLirra office and residence Is at SRC1 West Eighth street Cincinnati and where br may be found every day of each weefc EXCEPT K nr M SO i FEIDAIB AND 8ATUEDAYS pamphlets describing these diseases and tht mode of treatment cent free to any ono by ad dresstnc m Â¬ m imM M B Eighth St Cincinnati O 2G9West W I KELLEY two-year-o- ld tT CONSULTATION njt ii FREE - tt h ta Jit Mi FKANKFORT ROUNDABOUT 11 1891 THE GRAND CONCLAVE FRANKFORT APRIL TIME TABLE The following tirao tnblo is now in effect npon tho L fc N rond TRAINS WEST Templar has lady friends ho wishes invited if ho will loavo a list with C F BROWER CO him ho will take pleasure in sending tho invitations Messrs Sower Ahler will havo on LEXINGTON KY hand a large stock of Templar ban Â¬ MAIN AND BROADWAY ners and other decorations suitable for tho occasion which will be sup Â¬ FTRNITURE plied to our people at lowert prices m TVT No231onvoBFrnnlcfort No 17 leaves Frankfort No 21 leaves Frnnkfort No 19 loaves Frankfort TIIAINS EAHT fiifiO n m 930 n m 250 pm 700 pm 1015 a m No 18 leavoe Frankfort No 20 loaves Frankfort No 22 loaves Frankfort No 24 arrives Frankfort Nos 23 and 21 still connect connection p m 915 p m f25 p m for Cincin nati but 21 no longer connects for Shel byvillo No 23 still makes Sholbyvillo 45t Â¬ EPBRYAN Agent Barnum Dead P T Barnumthe veteran showman died at his home in Bridgeport Con Â¬ necticut on Tuesday in the 81st year of his age m m Deatli of James Duiguid Mr James Duiguid died at hi home near Ghent Carroll county on Monday after a brief illnesB Mr Duiguid was a half brother of Mr Lee A Owen and a cousin of Messrs W J and W H Lewis of thl coun- Â¬ ty m PROGRESS It is very important in this age of vast material progress that a remedy be pleasing to tho taste and to the eye easily taken acceptable to the stomach and healthy in its nature and effects Posessing these qualities Syrup of Figs is the one perfect lax- ative and most gentle diuretic known m Annual Election ai No 4 Frankfort Commandery Knights Templar meets in regular monthly conclave on Thursday WEDNESDAY MAY 27TH evening at 730 oclock The regu- Â¬ lar annual election of officers will be At 000 a m Commanderies assem- Â¬ held and other business of impor- Â¬ ble at their headquarters and await tance transacted A full attendance the orders of the Grand Captain Gen- Â¬ of the Sir Knights is desired eral 1000 a m Escort R E Grand Com- Â¬ What Shall the Harvest mander to First Presbyterian Church Be where Grand Commandery will at- Â¬ tend the Office of Public Worship for Why What can it be but suffering Knights Templar the sermon by Past and sorrow disease and death if Grand Commander Rev J M Wor- Â¬ you neglect tho symptoms of a dis Â¬ ordered liver Take Dr Pierces Gol- Â¬ rell D D of Danville It outsells During these services several beauden Medical Discovery all other remedies Sold under con- Â¬ tiful anthems will be rendered by dition that itmust either benefit or some of our best singers cure tho patient or the money paid It 1200 m Grand Commandery asfor it will be promptly returned cures all diseases arising from de- semble at Hall of House of Repre- Â¬ ranged liver or from impure blood sentatives Address of welcome by as billiousness liver complaint all skin and Bcalp diseases salt rheum ex Gov and Sir J Procter Knott tetter scrofulous sores and swellings Response by R E Grand Comman- Â¬ fever sores hip joint disease and der kindred ailments 130 p m Reception of Sir Knights and ladies at Headquarters of Frank Â¬ LECTURE fort Commandery Sower Ahlers Mr Wm Blaikie of New York Hall No 309 Main Street 800 p m Reception at Executive will deliver his celebrated lecture uHow To Get Strong At the Forks Mansion tendered by His Excellency of Elkhorn Baptist Church near Gov and Sir S B Buckner to the Duckers Station on Monday even Â¬ Grand Commandery of Kentucky THURSDAY MAY 28TH ing April 20 1891 at 8 oclock The price of admission will be 25 cents 900 a m Grand Commandery will assemble at Hall of House of Repre Â¬ U Mill F I sentatives 800 p m The Farmers and Laborers Union Grand Officers Public Installation of at Opera House by Sir of the Peaks Mill neighborhood have formed a joint stock company for the W LaRue Thomas Very Eminent purpose of erecting a steam flour Grand Generalissimo of the Grand mill in the town of Peaks Mill havo Encampment of the United States let the contract and the foundation assisted by R E Sir William Ryan for the structure is being laid The Past Grand Commander of Kentucky mill is to be supplied with all of the as Grand Marshal A splendid musical programme has most improved machinery and is to been arranged by Mrs Alice Orbison have a capacity of fifty barrels a day which will bo rendered during these YonrHcalto ceremonies Protect On Friday morning tho Grand Com Â¬ Cold and moisture combined have a torpor Islug ellect upon ilio bodily organs and tho mandery will go to LaGrango by in- Â¬ dlirestUo and secretive processes aro apt to bo mora tardily portormed la winter tban In tna vitation to unveil tho monument tail Tho samo Is truo also of tho excretory functions Ilio bowels aro often slueglsb and which has been erected by tho Ma tho pores ot tho skin throw oH but lutlo wasto sonio Fraternity over tho remains of matter at this soason Tho bystem therefore requires opening up v II tile unci also purifying Rob Morris poet and regulating and tho safest surost and the late Dr most thorough tonic and alterativo that can laurcato of Freemasonry in tho bo used lor tlieso purposes is Mostettora world mul Past Grand Master Past Stomach Bitters 1crsons who wish tooscapo tho rheumatic t winces tho dyspeptic aeonles of tho tho painful dlstiirtiuticps nervous bowels tho Grand High Priest and Past Grand visitations billiois attacks uud tlto Commander of Kentucky this timo of tho year will do o common at well to reinforce their cystoma with this re Â¬ Tho headquarters of Frankfort nowned vcsetablo ttomaehlo and inviRorant appetite strengthen tho Commandory No It improrrs thotlia spirits and at Sower etomiteh eliceri raiovaus tho Ahlora Hall will remain open night Whole physique and day during tho session and the Knights and thoir ladies will bo Borved THAT TERRS1S1LE COtGH at all hours with a first class meal In tho morning hurried or difficult tho menu cards for which havo been breathing raising phlegm tightnosa in tho chest quiokonod pulse ohlll proparod and contain all that tho ap Tho meeting nos3 in tho ovoning or sweats at petite can call for night all or any of thoso things are promises to bo exceedingly pleasant Dr tho first stagos of consumption will to all who may attond Ackers English Cough Remedy Wo aro requested by Mr James M oure thoso fearful symptoms and is Safloll Chairman of the Committee sold under positive guarantee by J W Gaylb Druggist of Invitation to say thatif any Knight Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ For a number of years I havo been subject to violent attacks of inflammatory rheumatism which generally lasted about two months On the first of this month I was attacked in tho knee and suffered severely for two days when I procured a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm and it relieved me almost instantly I there- Â¬ fore most cheerfully recommend it to Meeting- of the Grand Com Â¬ those who are similarly afflicted everywhere R D Whitley Mar mandery of Knights tindalo N C Feb 1888 Mr Whit- Â¬ Templar ley is a very prominent man in this and his disease was very wide The forty fourth annual conclave y known as he suffered such severe pain W M Houston Co Mer- Â¬ of the Grand Commandery of Ken- Â¬ chants Martindale N C 50 cent tucky Knights Templar will be hold bottles for sale by J W Gayle in this city on the 27th and 28th of m May The general committee of The only positive euro for chicken Frankfort Commandery No 4 have cholera ever yet discovered is Gan been busily engaged in perfecting ters magic chicken cholera cure It has never failed but if perchance it arrangements for tho meeting which should is it will cost you nothing are now complete and everything is guaranteed by Phil Carpenter It m in readiness Handsome invitations have been Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria Sent out to all the Commanderies of the State and the indications are Bucklens Arnica Salve that the attendance of uniformed The best salve in the world foi knights will be exceedingly large Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt DeMolay and Covington Comman Â¬ Fever Sores Tetter deries have already engaged quarters Rheum Corns for about fifty knights each and their Chapped Hands Chilblains bands of music and Louisville No 1 and all Skin Eruptions and posiMaysville No 10 and Newport tively cures Piles or no pay re It is guaranteed to give John O Breckinridge of Carlisle quired perfect satisfaction or money re Lexington Bowling Green Russell Price 25 cents per box ville Henderson Paducah Mt Sterl- funded For sale by South Side drug store ing and Owensboro Commanderies P H Carpenter 5 iy will also be here in force and the t parade on the 27th will be one of the finest sights ever seen upon our Complicated watch work a spe- Â¬ streets It is hoped all of our busi Â¬ cialtyStat W L Coppersmiths 234 St Clair ness houses will be decorated and that the city will put on her best bib Pump For Sale A good second Â¬ and tucker to welcome these pil Â¬ hand force pump for cistern Apply at grims who will travel from afar to this olllce partake of our hospitality The following programme has been arranged for the meeting Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WARDROBES CHIFFONIERS SIDE BOARDS CHINA CLOSETS F m Gaiels TABLES ROCKERS Chairs Ac Jffl m a In all the different woods and finishes at honest prices OUR PECIALTIES FOLDING BEDS WOOD MANTELS AND BABY CARRIAGES ARE THE BEST MADE C F BROWER Carpets Furniture Wall Paper Catalogues and price lists furnished on application - CO Draperies When Baby was sick wo gate her Castoria When sho was a Child she cried for Castoria When sho became Miss sho clung to Castoria When she bad Children sho gave them Castoria MAIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON 3 KY Found Near the St Clair Street Bridge a pair of gold rimmed specta- Â¬ cles which the owner can have by calling at this office and paying for this notice residence on the corner of Logan and Cross streets Apply to For Rent The two story frame Mrs A E Stephens W L Coppersmith does all kinds of engraving 28 tf When you can buy the finest quality at prices that other houses charge for inferior goods W e have been selling the same brand 5 years and guarantee every pair s WHY PAY HIGH PRICES FOR u 2 1 2E 3 O M 9 at 150 per volume only exact reprint 15 Chance to buy Encyclopedia Britanica Guaranteed to be R K McCLURE GRAY EDWARD Plumber -- For Rent The two story brick residence on Washington street known as the First Presbyterian Parsonage Possession given April 1st Apply to H H Watson or J W Pruett For Rent 27 CHURCH CLAASSEN IN- - tf story house with 7rooms Cor Murray and Campbell streets Apply to WJ Hughes 327 11 tf Murray street A two tELAJCHnLCtJU Billiards and Pool Lovers of billiards and pool will find Wiley O Williams hall on St Clair street 25 tf open GasSteam Fitter AND DEALER New Arrangement Gas Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Closets Arrangements have been effected STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO Orescent Route PIPE AND FITTINGS ETC with the Queen JOB AND CONTRACT WORK ALL WORK G R R Co whereby E T V and GUARANTEED their mileage books will be honored for tho Kentucky Midland These tickets are on sale at all the In roar of Salenders Grocery FRANKFORT KENTUKOY O and principal offices of tho Q G R R at tho rate of two E T V and one half cents per mile V L CLARK Gen Pass Agt That Your Hair may retain its youthful color fullness and beauty dross it daily with It PILES FOR MEDICINAL THE GREAT HOUSEHOLD liSMEDY FOR vf Ayers Hair Vigor cleanses tho scalp cures humors and stimulates a new growth of hair SALT RHEUM ECZEMA WOUNDS BURNS c SORES CROWP BRONCHITIS PILESI SOHBS- Send three tvo cent stamps for froo sample box and book PRICEM50 CENTS Â¬ WK R O I D TAR OID CO lEailXu Dr Ayer Lowell Mass J C Co BATH TOILET AND HURSLSY PURPOSES SLL- - For sale by Dec 13 ly CAEPEHTZE CHICAGO EBrrga i The Way to Save Money IS TO ZBTT1T YOTJR 4 Clothing Dry Goods and Millinery ZEHD 2 And everything in that line of Ed Harris who always undersells everybody Remember I have moved my clothing stock from the corner of Main and St Clair streets to my dry goods store next door to R K MeClures ST CLiLiie stieiet1 nVn I Religions We would Dliles Nerve and Lriver Dr Hales Household Oint Â¬ be greatly obliged to the ministers and officers of churches in the city if they would furnish us with any announcements which they may wish made Mr Darsie will Church to morrow at 3 p m W Christian at preach at the Graefenburg ii ft Rev A Shelverton will preach at Cedar Chapel Methodist Church to- Â¬ Is the finest cure in the world It An important discovery They act cures catarrh cures on the liver stomach and bowels absolutely and rheumatism It Cures neuralgia through the nerves A new principle Piles likemagic Cures Salt Rheum They speedily cure billiousness bad in the most soothing manner Cures taste torpid liver piles and constipa- Â¬ Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids tion Splendid for men women and Cures Coughs and Colds Can be children Smallest mildest surest taken internally Outs bruises 50 doses for 25 cents Samples free at burns chilblains sores of long stand Â¬ 45 ly ing corns J W Gayles Frankfort Ky and bunions are cured quickly different from all else supe rior to all else it has no equal 25 and Advertised Letters 50c boxes largo size cheapest Sold at Phil Carpenters drug store South Below will be found n list of advertised Side 52 letters for the week endinp April 11th 1891 Pills ment EL A -- J I mM I Pf morrow morning at 11 oclock KNOWN FOR I YEARS THE BEST REMEDY FOR PILES PREPARED BY RICHARDSON TAYLOR MED CO ST LOUIS M0 AND No Money Required of A SURE CURES NOTHING BUT PILES CERTAIN CURE AS Responsible Parties to Commence Treatment DO NOT SUFFER ANY LONGER M e L k WWW pjfebf conducted by Kev be p m Rev W C Taylor the pastor will Adams Charles occupy his pulpit at the Baptist Brown Henry Boinon Heldn Church to morrow morning at 11 Baldwin d Win Dunn Grant oclock a m and 730 p m Elliott Enoch Ferguson J W The usual services at Ascension Coins W H Church to morrow morning at 11 Howard Willie oclock and 730 p mwillbe conduct- Â¬ Lanter Harvey Maddox G W ed by Rev E A Penick the rector Marshall J L Mitchell F M Wra McOlusky Blayney D D PickettC N Rev J Prate will occupy his pulpit at the First Palmer Feumon Church to morrow Qnnrlls Mary Presbyterian morning at 11 oclock and at 730 p Smith Carrie Souther John m as usual Steele John Winnie J rrun UOUiU txtvTrna nr r no niirnn Washington Lizer nAi OCI1UOO uuu mx iHU Young Santford the Good Shepherd to morrow will Zeir Michael CVU earner uorey Anderson A Bishop James Brady Geo W Coleman Al Derryverry Rosoy Edwards F M Grable Jay P Haydon Alfred Lolle Yosoine McBrian E Myers Hiso McNeill Samuel B Noon Annie Prather Carrie Piercall F X Payton Sea Raggs Bird Summers F Strike Jane Smock Rebeoker J Wagers Jonah Young James H Young Harry Stool fc Vnrnetto Co hereby guarantee Dr Aokere En glish Cough Remedy and will refund the money to all who buy take it aa per directions and do not find our etatoment correct 9 J W Gaylb Druggist Knowing that a oough can be checked in a day and the first stages of consumption broken in a week we For To day Only Grand Display of Imported Trimmed Hats and Bonnets at my Millinery Parlors 2nd floor invited Everybody When calling for these letters say ad- the new pastor mass at 8 a m Second vertised First r M Sir FELL 1030 a m Vespers at 3 mass Postmaster ED HARRIS Coppersmith the jeweler and have One might as well try to stem the it properly repaired The usual services at the Christian rapids of Niagara as to expect per-Â¬ Church to morrow at 11 a m and fect health while a Scrofulous taintÂ¬ al730 p m Morning discourse by the exists in the blood Through its terative and purifying properties Notice no Poison pastor the evening discourse by Ayers Sarsaparilla removes every Rev W F Smith of Mayfleld Ky vestige of Scrofulous poison from the W K Utterbackhas the best com- Society of blood Joys so H The Young Peoples Jiound known as themill I picks and for dressing meets in the Christian Endeavor hope the distillers and millers of the Carry the news to Mary chapel at 7 p m surrounding counties will give me And pray be not too long their patronage in that line Perfect she is fast declining For And surely twould be wrong satisfaction given and reference also Rev W G Neville the pastor will not to tell her of Dr Pierces Favorite References are E H Taylor jr Â¬ occupy his pulpit at the Southern Prescription We do want Mary to Sons Newmarket Distillery Mt Sterlto morrow know in some way or other that ing J W Johnson and others Church Presbyterian Shop on the Louisville and Frank Â¬ morning at 11 oclock and 730 p m this world lamed remedy wm cure med- Â¬ fort turnpikes near public school beyond any doubt Its just the as usual 2G tf icine for young womanhood and Mr Neville will preach to the thousands has it bridged over that children in the afternoon at 330 perilous sea Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria oclock All the children of the city From every State from every city from nearly every neighborhood in are invited to be present this broad land comes the grateful W L Coppersmith invites a com acknowledgment of what it has in workmanship on anything A M will done and is doing for our daughters parision to his care Rev H G Henderson intrusted The only medicine for the distressing preach at the Methodist Church and painful irregularities and weak- Â¬ 11 oclock to morrow morning at nesses of woman sold with a positive guarantee to give satisfaction in and 730 p m Prophylactic case or money refunded In The Sunday school meets at 930 every words sold on triall Use it in every sick room Wil other dont fume and fret but take it to If your watch does not run correct The well known SUKGEON and SPECIALIST of Cincinnati O formerly Resi Â¬ dent Physician of the Piiiiadeipuia General Hospital and Phybician-in-Ciiakof the Onto Medical Institute has for thirty yenrs devoted his attention to the treatment of CHRONIC NERVOUS FEMALE AND SURGICAL DISEASES such as Bronchitis Catarrh Cough Rheumatism all diseases of the Stomach Bowels Rectum Liver Kidneys Bladder Sexual Organs Heart Nerves and Brain diseases of the Eye and Ear Deformities etc HE WILL BE AT THE oi O 33 BOGMAN M XP CAPITAL HOTEL FRANKFORT KY WEDNESDAY MAY 6 And every fourth week thereafter CgfConsultation and Examinalon Free M Darbys a m TheEpworth League convenes in the class room at 645 p m keep the atmosphere pure and V ir The Presbytery of Ebinezer will meet in Paris on the 21st of this month at 730 p m The protracted meeting at the Pirst Presbyterian Church closed Sunday evening and resulted in eighteen additions to the church THE FIRST SYMPTOMS OF DEATH In various r sd Tired feeling dull headache pains parts of the body sinking at the pit of the stomach loss of ap Â¬ petite foverishness pimples or sores are all positive evidence of poisoned blood No matter how it became purified to avoid Soisoned it vmst be Ackers English Blood Elixir has never failed to remove scrofulous or syphilitic poisons Sold positive guarantee Union Evangelistic services begin under 9 J W Gaylb DruggiBt at the Christian Church Monday next at 730 oclock The churches participating will be Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria the Baptist First Presbyterian Southern Presbyterian Christian and Methodist and their respective pas Â¬ OUR VERY BEST PEO Â¬ tors will take turns in doing the PLE The churches will hold Confirm our statement when we say nrflnchintr their own services on Sunday and that Dr Ackers English Jlemedy is the union meetings will bo held each in every way superior to any and all other preparations for the Throat nicrht durincr the week three and Lungs In Whooping Cough and cessivo nights at each church Croup it is magic and relieves at Rev W G Taylor of the Baptist once Wo offer you a sample bottle free Remember this Remedy is sold Church will preach Monday night The movement is an admirable one on0 a positive guarantee Druggist J W Gayle and wo wish it great success wholesome removing all bad odors from any source Will destroy all Disease Germs infection from all Fevers and all contagious diseases The eminent physician J Mari- Â¬ I on Sims of New York says am convinced that Prof Darbys Prophylactic Fluid is a most valu able disinfectant 21 Roturnlng Every Fourth Week Thsroafter CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION IS FKKUaiid he will promptly tell you all about your disease and thtt it03peots of u euro lie undertakes no incurable cases IiAniEM uflllcted with any of tlio ills peculiar to their sex tuny consult him with per Â¬ fect confidence und the assurance of ceitaln relief and permuiiout cure Their cases will rocolvo that Kind and conBidcrilu nit ntlon which all will appreciate His treatment always proves satisfactory inctkl lrwtnit la seldom necessary Ovurlun Yumorn In their earlier slugs cuied vUhout pain or Instrumental inter fereuco HUrlUty la usually thn result of eaielp aness or Ignorance It can bo remedied Epilepsy or JFiJs cured hy imvcr luling treatment can ho cuiti Mcttfiietu mauy cm most delicate nrnans hy our own peculiar Cunccrs permantmttv removed ui m the no knife or cuusiSo the only jiosillve cure method little or no jmIii no lows 01 blood Stricture Varicocele Hydrocele f4peiuntnrricu and all unnatural discharges permanently cured MENof all ages whosuircr from Indlscrotlons and oscp ses Till benefit by our counsel in the urira or Irritation If yon are going west that the and treatment If tho obsorvo cerlnln sortlmonts We rcilore all such cases of tho urinary St Louis Air Lino run organs they should consull us without delay Louisville of Rectal itlKonHC such as Pile Th doctor treats with unraillmj the finest trains in the world between FlMtulii FlNHiirn and Ulceration nuccoss all forms by u method of his own discovery of Elowcl Louisville and St Louis Trains Without pain or dotontlon fiom business thelie juuranlees all cases leaving at 810 a m daily equipped Early Interference is considered the bcit of judgment in all cases and saves time with Pullman perfected Bafty steam money and health heated day coaches parlor and din- Â¬ Tho riiccoss attained in tho treatment of tho cases which ho makes his specialty Is truly ing cars Trains leaving Louisville phenomenal Wonderful CurcM at 915 p m equipped with day efforts of all others have boon effected in old and difficult eases which have baillcd tho coaches and Pullman drawing room As his rooms aro usually crowded it is battor to call early In tho day to avoid being sleepers diiayed If you wish comfort safty and Persons consulting him should bring from two to fourounccsof their urlno in a clean quick time bo sure and call for tick bottlo for examination Patients treated by mull or express but when posslblo personal consultation is prefer ets via the Air Lino Any information regarding maps rates etc will bo able List of questions sent on application All Consultations tteflSPoiidtuico and Cwk Kfrfetly Confidential promptly furnished by writing to 13 L Bryant nn l Canada Address with Treatment sent C 0 I tc uxy jmit of tho United 11 Dont Forget 10 tf Trav Pass Agt Louisville Ky pooweorrcvly BOGWAZT Box 703 Cincinnati 0 ffcj 771 J - ft BE SPRING W Z X N TI -- ML IE TROUSER SUITINGS COATINGS INGS AND HATS COME EARLY AND MAKE YOUR SELECTION HUDSON HUMPHRIES k CASSELL WHY thing if We Religious would be greatly obliged to the ministers and officers oJ churches in the city if they would furnish us with any announcement which hey may wish made Advertised Letters Below will be found n list of advertised letters for the week ending April 18th 1831 Johnson S E Abbott John S mMnMTBamiMmwnipiMiinit DO YOU COUGH Mr Darsie will preach at the Christian Church at Bridgeport to morrow at 3 p m Rev W C Taylor the pastor will occupy his pulpit at the Baptist Church to morrow morning at 11 oclock a m and 730 p m Pofford Shallie Polsgrove Wm Rucker Annie Read Ella M Russell Emma Rowe Matti e D as usual Rogers U P South Anq Mary Smith Charley Rev J McOlusky Blayney D D Stafford Jimmie will occupy his pulpit at the First Church to morrow Johnson Jasper Smalls John Presbyterian Triplette Lena morning at 11 oclock and at 730 p Jott Martin Wagner Erin Tracy Robert m as usual Wagers Jonah Thompson W J Woods Lucy The usual services at the Church Van OstenE T G Waggoner J of the Good Shepherd to morrow will Williamscalling fo r these lettersBen say When be conducted by Rev Father Gorey The usual services at Ascension Church to morrow morning at 11 oclock and 730 p mwillbe conduct-Â¬ ed by Rev E A Penick the rector Re 7 W G Neville the pastor will occupy his pulpit at the Southern to morrow Church Presbyterian morning at 11 oclock and 730 p m Bethel Charlie Binder Joseph Baker Jack Bickers John B Bowman Lue Bell Luo Boully May Boland Rem Cook JohnyE Chism Jnmes Crumes Lucy Dehavon Capton Dunignn Leatha Dunn Sadie Delano Tom A Elliott George Everheart Sam Finn Edward Griffin J It Glass Wm Hile E M Hall Harrison Hays John Hays Nelson Hackett Pome Ice Mary A Kenny T C Miller A J Masters Bettie Martin Ben Miller O B Marshall Eliza Mac kin Ed Miller Frank W Mervery Jas C May Miles Do you know that a little cough is a dangerous Are you aware that it often fastens on the lungs and far too often runs into Consumption and ends in Death People suffering from Asthma Bronchitis Pneumonia and Consumption will all teu you tnac ii IT STARTED WITH A COLD Greatest of all I I 1 V5I I f MM VII I Norman Mollie Robert Sophia Peterman A D Powell Ellen Parris Susan Paynter T H ad- - mass p m the new pastor First mass at 1030 8 a m a verhsed Vespers at m Second 3 J M Saffell Postmaster Ayer8 uamaruc ruis iney cause Rev George Darsie preaches at the the stomach liver and bowels to Christian Church to morrow at 11 perform their functions properly do Bap- not debilitate by a m and 730 p m as usual excessive stimulaservice at night tismal tion and are not irritating in their The Young Peoples Society of action As an after dinner Pill they Christian Endeavor meets in the are unequaled Â¬ Increase the appetite by the use of Â¬ chapel at 7 p m m Rev H G Henderson A M will preach at the Methodist Church to morrow morning at 11 oclock and 730 p m The Sunday school meets at 930 a m TheEpworth League convenes in the claBS room at 645 p m Low Rates to Cincinnati once tho one thats made by the propri- Â¬ etors of Dr Sages Catarrh Remedy Unusual but made in good faith Its a reward of 8500 for an incura- Â¬ ble case of Catarrh If you have one tho moneys for you But you cant know whether you have one till youve tried Dr Sages Remedy Whats incurable by any other means yields to that By its mild soothing cleansing and healing properties it cures the worst cases no matter of how long standing Thats the reason the money can bo offered Theres a risk about it to be sure But its so small that the proprietors are willing to take it The symptoms of catarrh are headache obstruction of nose dis- Â¬ charges falling into throat some Â¬ times profuse watery and acrid at others thick tenacious mucous purulent bloody putrid and offen- Â¬ sive eyes weak ringing in ears deafness offensive breath smell and taste impaired and general debility Only a few of these symptoms likely to bo present at An unusual offer It will stop a Cough in one night It will check a Cold in a day It will prevent Croup relieve Asthma and cure Consumption if taken f f j in time You cant afford to be without it A 25 cent bottle may save youl I Modern Kemedies 100 DR ACKERS ENGLISH REMEDY 1 for Coughs Colds and Consumption is beyond question the in Doctors bills may save your life Ask your druggist for it or write I H Hooker Co 46 West Broadway New York for book uwviiwwniia jiw mm mimimuimirnxmiMi biih wmi ummi iuii JiaiuKiinuniiBcag Can you afford to neglect it Can you trifle with so serious a matter t Are you aware that i to W For Sale by J T7 G ASZTTJE JACOB SWIGERT CO Have Removed From the Baltzel Building OILST ZMLA IIfcT STI2EET TO H101 MD -fill 102 MN STREET- - M Basement of the Capital Hatel- this space with an entirely new advertisement in a They will short time N will sell round trip The L tickets to Cincinnati at one fare April 20th to 22d inclusive good re CLAIMS turningjuntil and on the 24th of April ALL PERSONS WHAVINGwill presentAGAINST L Jett estate ot them to Account of meeting of Republican me proven according to law on or before the Clubs E P Bryan m NOTICE 1691 S ttrst day of May L K JOHNSON Assignee ot W L Jett J THOMPSON -- IS PREPARED TO FILL ALL ORDERS FOR- - ic- - the city and the public geuerally are Pierces Pleasant Pellets cordially invited to attend As the seventy second anniversary of the institution of Odd Fellowship occurs on Sunday April 26th Capital Lodge No 6 will hold a memorial service at their hall at 3 oclock inÂ¬ the afternoon of thafday The services will be conducted by Rev E A Penick All the other ministers of Agent Then and Now In ancient days for many an ill We used to take a big blue pill It did so surely tear and gripe We felt for purgatory ripe To day when sick we take Dr L P CANTERS RoseDufls Gut Flowers and Floral Oeipns FOB MAGIC The Union revival meetings have been largely attended this week at the Christian and Baptist Churches and all speak of them in appreciativeÂ¬ terms Discourses have been delivered by Revs Taylor Henderson Neville Blayney and Darsie in the order named and much religious interest has been already created The services continue next week m at the Southern Presbyterian No disease among my Preaching finest of plumage plenty chickens and Methodist Churches of eggs to night Saturday at the Baptist with less food is what Mr W B Church by Rev W G Neville Smith business manager of the Glas Times says since Tlie Well Known Popular glow Kymagic chicken cholera using cure Uanters Remedies for three years For sale by Phil Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs Carpenter and colds Foleys Cream for rough- Â¬ ness of the skin chapped hands etc Â¬ CANT SLEEP NIGHTS Clinic Blood Purifier and Clinic Kidney Cure are now on sale by The Le Is tho complaint of thousands Buffer-Â¬ The large ing from Asthma Consumption Gaylo Co Oompte patronago these preparations have Coughs etc Did you ever try Dr secured springs from their intrinsic Ackners English Remedy It is the merits as remedial agents When af- best preparation known tor all Lung flicted by ailmonts for which they are Troubles Sold on a positive guaran Â¬ recommended you will do well to try tee at 25c and fiOc 18 0m 9 J W Gaylb Druggist them They are gently aperient or strongly cathartic according to size of dose Cures sick headache bilious headache con- Â¬ stipation indigestion bilious attacks ana all derangements of the Liver Stomach and Bowels Put up in vials hermetically seoledi hence always fresh and reliable Purely vegetable they operate without disturbance to the system diet or occupation Sold by druggist at 25 cents a vial Funerals 261 333m REMOVER Teleplaojae Oonziection Weddings Ky West Jefferson Street - - - Louisville CHANGE OF LOCATION We lime opened a new store tit the old Gwln stand on tho cornf r of Main and Lewis streets opposite the Farmers Bank and will nioe our entire buInes there ubout tho tlrst ol July We nil bundle euDthlm In the HARDWARE LINK also a full Hue of Wo will retain the building we now occupy on Broadway until July 1st und will sell the entire stock contained In same amounting to about llJCOJ at The Magic Remover fills a long felt want with owners of Hordes or Mules with Warts Knots Bruises Cuts Strains Sprain Oltl Soros Barb Wire Cuts etc Wo have opened at our new store an entire NEW STOCK OF GOODS and will be glad to ac Â¬ commodate our customers at eltherplace Greatly Reduced Prices List cfe to sell Nursery SALESMEN All Goods Warranted Mock CLAfcS Fermantnt KlRbT It makes no difference Attention Teachers All teachors of the county and city aro respectfully requested to meet at tho City School building at 10 oclock this morning for the purpose of taking action upon tho death of Prof S P Browdor Taos Hunter County Superintendent how long the knot has been there or how haul it i if it i not of tho hone wo will take it oil on tho NO CURE NO PAY plan In removing tho knot the hair romes off and tho place becomes very pore when you stop using it the hair comet back its original color and not u trace of tho For Rknt- - Two fields one of knot is left For plan of insurance thirty acres and one of twenty Suitable for corn or Hungarian Grass etc call at the umlcifitmed druggists Apply to und bring your animal with you 32 Mrs Wm B Rodman For Salo by A brick cottago of For Rint three rooms on tho hill opposito H John L Scotts residence Apply to Henry Gobbor SOUTH SIDE DRUGGISTS Bro T WANTED V pleisanr profitable positions for tluirusht men Good salaries and expensta iMd No weekly Liberal Inducements to beginners outfit free pitAlous experience uetesfurj Write for terms kUIiik ace CHARLES II CllYbE Nurserjmun Rochester N Y Mention this paper Mar Jl bt ASmiiiistrators Mice J P CARPE PERSONS KNOWING THEMSELVES ALL lu Indebted to tho estate or the late blKinund Liisclier aro herebj untitled intcoino lorwardand st ttlont once and all tlio t lialnu claims against the estate are requested to pie sent the same pioperl Mar 21 lni Admr big Luscher ilecd AUGUST LUSCHER pimen for settlement 9 CRUTCHER Main street FRANKFORT STARlvSI Fourth Jefferson LOUISVILLE MENS GOOD STRONG meins Working Shirts gas For 30c 35c 40c 50c 5oe We show a large assortment fc jT - fit Working Pauls For 50c 65c 75c 00 and 125 We show you an immense stock 1 lau numnsnuu Ladies For 1 Pine Shoes 150 200 225 Â¬ 00 125 SSUSS -Uf- estt-JlbsalLUW 771 Sgj2gggyArf S ImP IteUU fcj N- - K- - T 1 1 fSl lV M OES 250 up to 600 We show the grandest assortment ever shown our show window in For 00 125 and 150 We have thousands of them this city Sec 5 P Y fp r liP mens Fine Shoes CHIIJDBEHS For 1 Knee For 89c 1 Pauls Suits oc Patent Leather Calf Kangaroo Beautiful assortment All widths 150 175 200 225 250 300 up to 750 25 150 200 250 10 300 350 up to tractive 1I 00 at- Â¬ Hundreds of them and very Perfect in style and fit CRUTCHER TO STARRS Mens Suits Our prices commence at 375 4 50 THE FRONT AGAIN WITH THE GREATEST NOVELTY OF THE AGE 1000 up to 3000 500 600 700 8oo 900 Boys 11 Suits Three piece Long Pants ages to 18 years our prices comÂ¬ The Dinner Bucket OREN We do not hesitate to say we show the largest stock in the State mence tit 300 400 500 600 700 up to 2000 We show you more styles than you can look at in one day are beauties Hats FOR MEN Hats They FOR BOYS FOR CHILDREN Any price and style you can call for SUSPENDERS For 15c Come and select you a 20c 25c 35c 50c 65c up to 150 A numberless assortment Remember This Bucket Goes With Every 10 Cash Sale and Over S3 Made to Order -- t The Best ilaointfl In the world only Coc saw it Remember when you come to us you come to headquarters Remember every thing in our store marked in plain figures and Trunks Valises This is the best value you ever Positively no deviation Remember money refunded if our goods are not in every respect as represented One Price to All CRUTCHER STARKS V