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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i The GEO A Framfort Roundabout A LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS KY TERMS 00 In Advance Volume XIV THE PRESS PEOPLE Programme for the Pa clucali Mcctijijj of tlie Kentucky PressS As sociation Â¬ FRANKFORT Highest of all in Leavening Power APRIL 17 1889 18 1891 V Tho Executive Committee of th0 Kentucky Press Association has ranged the following programme i the meeting at Paducah Juno MORNING SESSION 4 ix I Baking VfyvJM U S Govt Report Aag L The Association to be called to or- der by President Woodson in Padu Â¬ cah Thursday Juno 4 at 11 oclock Address by a citizen of Paducah to be selected by the local committee Response by president Urey Wood- Â¬ son of the Press Association Enrollment of members Report of officers Adjournment for dinner L am Welcoming I jm Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE Harp I TO BT73 Pays p iOIM- - Number 32 m tj i R K McCLURE WHO FOR fl 1 very frequent and of a lasting na- Â¬ Druggists everywhere report that ture the sales of tho Restorative Nervine Mr Sode Moore has a nerve food and medicine are as Â¬ now residence and ismoved to his prepared to tonishing exceeding anything they entertain his many friends and relaever had while it gives universal sat tives who may call on him isfaction in headache nervousness sleeplessness sexual debility back Â¬ Little Sue ache poor memory fits dizziness Co Troy N Y etc L Burton A Prominent Doctor Ac- Ambery Murphy of Battlo Creek ciiHcd of Murder Co of Mich 0 B Woodworth Fort Wayne Intl and hundreds or A others state that they never handled ling gentleman recently made a start- Â¬ accusation in tho hearing of tho any medicine which sold so rapidly I firmly he or gavo such satisfaction Trial botÂ¬ writer Said intentionally orbelieveÂ¬ uninthat Dr tles of this great medicine and book killed my wifo Ho on Nervous Diseases freo at J W tentionally Gaylos who guarantees and recom Â¬ pronounced hor complaint Co- Â¬ She accepted nsumptionincurable S mends it the verdict and died Yet since Am 011 tlie Colored Citi Â¬ thon I havo heard of at least aasdozen hers cases quite as far advanced zens that havo been cured by Dr Pierces Golden Medical DIscovory Hor lifo Mr Ohas Mosly loft Tuesday for might havo boon saved for Consump Â¬ Of course Chicago and tion is not inciirablo Indianapolis Ind will re other points on an extended visit to it is not Tho Discovery move every trace of it if taken in friends time and used faithfully ConsumpQuito a number of our people call- Â¬ tion is a diseaso of tho blood a scrof ed to see Dr Underwoods newly fur Â¬ ulous affection and thoDiscovery nished office Sunday strikes at tho root of tho ovil For all Wo havo allowed ourselves to bo indifferent to tho advancement of our sovoro lingering coughs and kindred raco too long already Ono of tho ailmonts it is a sovereign remedy Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE Our neighbors are all done sowing oats although we had to plow while The choir of the St Johns Church it was almost mud continues to improve and we can AFRTERNOON SESSION Â¬ Bro say without fear of contradiction dience Adkins preached to a large auCall to order at 230 p m last Sunday at Pleasant that it is the finest in tho city Ridge Church J Election of officers been quite an addition to Paper by D E OSullivan of the There has in the choir the past few weeks and The singing party was hold last Louisville Critic gon the members of the church are very Sunday night at the house of JakeÂ¬ Editorial Ethics topic for McCoy and was very largely attend- Is now receiving and opening the LARGEST AND MOST COM- proud of ther fine singing eral discussion Paper by Arch Pool of the Benton Next week there will bo a meeting ed and groatly enjoyed by all PLETE LINE of ladies mens misses and childrens Tribune All our farmers are on the qui viva of the colored voters of the city and topic county which will be a Republican tobacco plants are looking fine and The Advertising Solicitor for general discussion love feast Let all who can be pres- Â¬ although we have a late start we Recess for supper ent The time and place will be an- Â¬ expect by industry to have fine crops nounced from tho Churches Sunday EVENING SESSION Miss Georgia Shaw gate keeper at night Annual oration by T II Arnold the quarry gate visited friends in of the Middlesborough News Prof Monroe of the Normal School this neighborhood last Sunday Annual poem by ThomassG Wat gave one of his entertainments at the We heard the president of the F kins of the Courier Journal First Independent Baptist Church Co Paper by Oliver J Cromwell of last night We go to press too early F T Rmeet say that the stockholders on May 13th to elect a would Commercial the Louisville to give any particulars board of directors for the ensuing General discussion Had Sunday been made to order year The president has given us a Adjourn to next day second day the programme the weather could not have beenÂ¬ good road and in one more year if For tho In Frankfort all of which will be sold at prices to suit the more propitious for the baptis- the same management is continued was arranged as follows times We have ing of the recent additions to the road will be in splendid fix We MORNING SESSION the First Independent Baptist are informed that the receipts have Call to order at 9 oclock a m Church Out of the eighty who were also been much larger than ever be- Â¬ Reports of Special Committee on to be baptized fifty responded There fore for one year the amount at Advertising Rates viz W B Dobbs was a large crowd present but no the end of tho year will approxi- Â¬ mate about 1700 The management Capt John A Bell J R Collier W disorder whatever T Havens and I B Nail should by all means bo continued Paper by Pat McDonald of tho FaiSures in Life The people hereabouts are pleased Frankfort Western Argus People fail in many ways In busi Â¬ at the nomination of Dr Hume for Report of Committee on Libel Law So far there is not a viz Hon W M Beckner Col E ness in morality in religion in hapÂ¬ the Legislation dissenting voiceo Polk Johnson Y E Allison A Y piness and in health A weak heart He will make a good his candidacy square repreFor men boys and children DERBV STRAW AND FELT is often an unsuspected cause m fail Â¬ Ford and Col John O Hodges Can- Â¬ ure in life If the blood does not ch sentative The Editors relation to the didate topic for general discus culuto proporly in the lungs there is ehortnoss of breath asthma etc in sion No Mistake Paper by Dan M Bomar of tho tho brain dizziness headache etc Â¬ in the stomach wind pain indigeswoouioru sun Dr Is made when Selection of place for next meet- Â¬ tion faint spells etc in the liver Halos House holdyou rely upon tho Ointment for torpidity congestion etc Pain in ing the left sido shoulder and stomach is perfect cure of Catarrh Cold in the Recess for dinner caused by heart strain For all these Head and all Bronchial affections AFTERNOON SESSION maladies Dr Miles New Cure for the This is the only medicine known that Programme for the afternoon and heart and lungs is the best remedy will absolutely cure that terrible evening exercises will be announced Sold guaranteed and recommended disease Catarrh which it does by Remember the old stand later bv the Local Committee of Ar by J W Gayle Franifort Ky Trea-- allaying all inflammation of the rangement mucous membrane lining tho nasal 8 tiso free The Executvie Committee is in and air passages in the most soothing correspondence with several persons and pleasing manner You feel re- Â¬ Quality Corner lief from the first application and a and expects to present additional topics and other pleasant features continued and through use of the Members are requested to prepare Mr L P Hulette and wife of Ben- medicine will effect a radical cure in themselves and take part in the sub- Â¬ son visited the family of Mr H J the most stubborn cases of long standing Dr Hales House hold jects left for general discussion Huletto last Sunday Members applying for transporta- Â¬ Ointment is sold at 25 and 50c per Miss Maggie R Semones who has box at South Sidedrug store tion to Paducah must send to the And go there when you want to buy P H Carpenter- Secretary with the application 1 for boon very ill with typhoid fever is 3 annual dues The Secretary is pro- improving at the present writing hibited from issuing transportation Messrs Budge Moore and Jack certificates until tho dues are paid Hulette visited friends near Tioga EDWARD O LEIGH last Sunday Jack has relatives up Chairman I B NALli there to visit but as for Budge we Secretary Louisville Ky cant give any reason Porhaps Miss can tell you as his visits aro A11 cnem after which he addressed the Lodgo j and invited all present to partake of i a repast which he had spread for l HO - 7 2 HATS Â¬ Books and Stationery Â¬ 212 ST CLAIR ST Â¬ Important Matter O st r rist gr IBuLsrsriof JFLoetd j T IMISLStiri IS ZPZL-A-OIEi TIKIS x TJLXTOy i A Bros FOK- - jjrtgrrxT m Carts tnd w agons 3 GO Kni HfibHRi I PWIWiPIAMl life SHflfew- - CO CD CD CO 4 o 1 literary socioty and an attempt will bo mndo to organize 0110 at tho First Independent liaptist Church Friday night of noxt week and a cordial invitation is extended to all to be present Lot no ono fail to como Tho Industrial Legion Lodgo hold a meeting Wednesday for tho purpose of elocting adologato to tho Stato Grand Lodgo which moots in Danville noxt July Mr Edward Lnno was elected on tho first ballot moves nocessary to that end is a m WE CAN AND DO Guarantee Dr Ackers Blood Elixir for it has boon fully demonstrated to tho pooplo of this country that it iB suporior to all other preparations for blood disoasos It isapositivoouro for syphilitic poisoning Ulcers Erup Â¬ tions and Pimples It purifies tho wholo system and thoroughly builds up tho constitution 0 J W Gaylb Druggist All styles of hand made Harness Saddles Buggy Dusters Fly Nets Horse Boots and other Turf Goods 4 SPBCIAIj oALJE OF Novelty Suits S Colored Wove Dress Goods Prices for the Above Dates Only Monday Tuesday and Wednesday April 20 21 22 f5kjME Personal tives in Louisville Miss Lizzie Pickett is visiting friends in Paris Miss Rosa Stewart is visiting rela- Â¬ A Liberal Discount Given JCP Mr 0 H Garvey of Cincinnati is visiting Mrs E M Thomas Judge and Mrs Caswell Bennett were in Louisville this week Capt L D Holloway is out again after his recent severe attack Miss Hallie Herndon of Lexington is visiting relatives in this city Mr J H Oulter and wife of Louis- Â¬ ville are visiting relatives in this city Mr Ben Dudley of Louisville spent Sunday with his brother in this city Mrs Tom Griffin and child of Louis ville are visiting relatives in this city Hon R C Hill of Beattyville spent several days in this city this Â¬ Â¬ week Friday April 24U1 Miss Nancy Beckner of Winchester viBited friends in this city last week Is the date of Dr W I Kelleys Â¬ next visit to this city You can find Mr Jas A Murray returned Wed nesday from a visit to friends in Lex- Â¬ him at his usual quarters in the Capi ington tal Hotel on that day if you need his Mr W P Thomas of Philadelphia services there to reside Major I N Cardwell and wife came down from Winchester Wed- Â¬ nesday morning to visit Mrs Card wells parents Capt HITodd and wife in this city Lodge No 10 Mr J Dallas Coke has gone to Louisville where he has secured a position with the Allen Bradley Co and will Bhortly remove his family to know that his health 5b almost en- Â¬ tirely restored and he now weighs ISO pounds Mr Howard Black has been very ill with inflammatory rheumatism at his home near this city for several days but is improving Rev Father Lambert Young left Thursday morning for New York whence he will sail for Holland to make that country his future home Mr C A Nelson attended the meet- Â¬ ing ofthe Grand Lodge of the Knights of Honor in Louisville this week as the representative of Frankfort JTOHN si Masonic Matters At the regular annual election of officers held by Frankfort Comman dery No 4 Knights Templar on Thursday evening the folio wing were chosen for the ensuing year J B Hendrick Eminent Comman ITJ co JXVxXgK5VVXV der Geo A Lewis Generalissimo r h Mv R Mrs E LSamuel Mr Robert L Russell of Texas is visitlnghis brother Squire Jas F Russell in this city Mrs Thomas Bradley of Louis- Â¬ ville is visiting Mrs Jas H Graham on Washington street Gen Fayett Hewitt and Col E Polk Johnson returned from Louis- Â¬ ville Wednesday evening Mr Sherman T Walcutt of Columbus Ohio is in the city visiting his father Gen C C Walcutt Miss Carrie V Holt after spend ten days vacation at home has re turned to college at Oxford Ohio Miss Annie Hines and Mrs Geo F Berry spent several days in Louisville shopping the first of the week Mr Harry Bush of Louisville who has been visiting Mr R P Pepper Â¬ jr returned home Thursday afternoon Miss Barr of Louisville who has been visiting Mrs Chapman Coleman Â¬ returned home Wednesday afternoon Mr John E Jones of Beattyville who has been in this city for the past week left for home Thursday morn Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ spent Sunday in this city visiting relatives Mrs Judge Wm Lindsay has re- Â¬ turned home after an extended visit to Cincinnati Miss Fannie Taylor who is attend Â¬ ing school at Lexington spent Sun day in this city Mr James Sheets of Leadville Colorado is visiting the family of Mr Jerry Long Miss Rose Crittenden spent several days with friends in Nicholasville the first of the week Miss Carrie Teasdale of Walnut Hills Cincinnati Ohio is viBiting Miss Sallie F Holt Mrs Peter Dudley has returned to her home in Chicago after a visit to Â¬ To Fill the Vacancy The School Board at its meeting Thursday night elected Miss Julia R Todd as Superintendent of the City School to fill out the unexpired term of Prof S P Browder Jacob Swigert Prelate Ben T Farmer Captain General G Russell Sneed Senior Warden John Bradley Junior Warder V A Kaltenbrun Treasurer M P Gray Recorder Oscar Herancourt Standard Bearer Sam J Shea Sword Bearer W S Dehoney Warder Gus Schaefer Captain of Guard Frankfort Royal Arch Chapter No 3 meets in regular monthly convoca tion on Tuesday evening next at 730 oclock in the north hall of Odd Fellows Temple A full attendance of the Companions desired Frankfort Lodge No 4 A Y M meets in regular communication on Thursday evening at 8 oclock in the north hall of Odd Fellows Temple There will be work in the Fellow Craft degree A full attendance of the members desired and visiting brothers cordially invited Castorlais bo well adapted to children that I recommend itaa superior to any prescription known to me H A Aacnxs M D Ill So OxTord St Brooklyn K T The use of Castoria is so universal and its merits so well known that it seems a work supererogation to endorse it Few are the of intelligent families who do not keep Castoria within easy reach Carlos Marty DD New York City Late Pastor Bloomingdale Reformed Church TOX CSJTTAU fk for TRADE MARK i Castori euros Colic Constipation Sour Stomach Diarrhoea Eructation Kills Worms gives sleep and promotes di Â¬ gestion Without injurious medication H For several years I have recommended your Castoria and shall always continue to do so as it has invariably produced beneficial results Edwin F Pardxi M D The Wlntfarop 125th Street and Tth Ave New York City Infants and Children COKPAKT 77 MURRAY Stbbjct Nbw York JAY-EYE-S- EE Mn J I Case Hickory Grove Form homo Rucitic Wibtayh of Alter trying evory known remedy I removed it lurpo Hunch of two years standing Irom a U year old Ally with three applications of Jay-Eye-S- DR ACKERS ENGLISH PILLS Â¬ 5 5 Are active and pure For sick headache disordered stomach Iobb of ap- Â¬ petite bad complexion and billious ness they have never been equaled The members of the old fourth either in America or abroad 9 J W Gavlb Druggist grade or grammer class of the years Old Scholars Meeting QUINNS OlNTMBiT AIOW Price does not keep It sunt us UJc stamps or silver for trial box are requested to meet this morning at 10 oclock at the office of Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria JW Bohannan in the Yeoman build- Â¬ ing to make arrangements to at- Â¬ tend the funeral of Prof Browder 1870 72 heartily recommend It to ullllorfccmou j We have hundreds of such testimonial WSVwnnnHrfl SlSOncr bottle AskvourdrucKlstforlt If ho of 1 itlsthobestproparatlonl have ever used or heard W B EDDY CO Whitehall N Y Held Over Charles Johnson the burglar who WL3 broke into the residence of Mrs VHVeToHl Mary S Hendrick on the night of A HATTOJJi BEMIDX VOX the 7th inst and stole a large lot of diamonds and jewelry belonging to Epileptic Fits Falling Skknctf Hjrt Mrs Chapman Coleman had an ex Â¬ ks St Titos Dance Nerroainu amining trial yesterday morning be- Â¬ Hypochondria Melancholia In fore Judge B G Williams and was Cbrltj Sleeplessness DIzrf- held over to the June term of the Bess Brain and Spinal Circuit Court in the sum of 3000 Weakness Failing to give the bond he was re- Â¬ turned to jail -- S6 EVEnr WATERPROOF COLLAR on CUFF BE UP TO Tsrot THE MARK to etoiits 3Tct to Pidooloirr BEARS THIS MARK THAT CAN BE RELIED ON TRADE To be Unveiled Next Mon til Gov Buckner has invited the Masonic Grand Lodge of Kentucky through Grand Master C H Fisk to participate in the ceremonies of unveil Â¬ W- - VmiiMSSsiSsWS8ii jtfjtAitf ismmu mmsm immmmmmm - ing the monument recently erected CO over the remains of ex Gov Luke P Uab7tKOENIO MEDICINE CHICAGO ILL Bt Blackburn in the cemetery at this 60 Wirt UtdUn 001 CUsteaDRUCOISTB SOLD BY place and should Grand Master Fisk Price 81 per Bottle Bottles tor f 5 accept the invitation which ho will J W GAYLE Druggist Frankfort Ky likely do as Gov Blackburn was a ing Mason the ceremonies of unveiling Mr J C Bailey and wife of Ver- Â¬ will take place on the afternoon of Mack Salyers sailles spent several days with Mr May 27th and the Grand Comman 223 Main Street and Mrs J M Saffell the first of the dery which will then be in session in New Meat MarketDarnells Stable near Maunan week this city will act as an escort to the Miss Isabelle Fitch of Louisville Grand Lodge who has been visiting Miss Maria Meats of all Kinds Fresh Lindsey returned home Thursday Eagles Nest afternoon ALWAYS ON HAND Mr Nevil P Whitesides of Leven Edwin Ardena young and ambi- We will run wncons on both Miles of tho river worth Kansas is visiting his mother tious actor of the pictureque romantic ittnl deliver goods In any part of the city and sister Mrs Addio Garrett in school supported by a carefully se Â¬ this city lected company of players will bo Co Mack Salyers on Polsgrove and wife loft the attraction at the Opera House ho April 18 tf Mr Henry when Wednesday morning for a visit to next Wednesday evening successful will present his highly Mr Will T Crutcher and wife in romantic drama Eagles Nest Mr Louisville Arden received his early stage train distinguished Miss Drue Church of this county ing with such Keene Edwinactors as DKALKIIS IN Booth in vorv ill at the residence of her Mr Thos W Mr M P Gray on and with the Madison Square Theatre brother-in-laNow York The sale of seats opens Fresh Meats and Groceries Lewis stre IWl on Monday Our wagon Corner of Bridge and Second streots Mr John E Miles and family are will call at your door every morulas with choice Orders from vnfinted to return from Florida next Children Crv for Pitchers Castoria cuts of meatprompt attention the store or18wagon April lui will receive Onr Pamphlet for sufferers of norvoua di Â¬ seases will bo Bent tree to any address and poor patients can aleq obtain this modiclns Free of charge from na Tbla remedy baa been prepared by the Reverend Pastor Kcenig of Fort Wayne Ind for the paat ten years and la now prepared under his dlreo This medicine has direct action upon the nerve centers allaying all Irrita Â¬ bilities and increasing the flow and power of nerve fluid It is perfectly harmleat and leaves no unpleasant effects LLUL0ID MarK NEEDS NO LAUNDERING OAN IE WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMENTA THE ONLY LINEN LINED WATERPROOF COLLAR IN THE MARKET JOHU T BUCKLEY Queenswore and Fancy China Tea Sets 56 pieces 3 Dinner Sets from 850 up The larg Â¬ est stock in Central Kentucky to select presents from Stoves Tinware and Home Furnishing Goods Cook Stoves from 475 up j Heating Stoves from 3 up Cos Â¬ Plumbing and Gas Fitting Tin Roofing and Guttering Job work of all kinds in both branches done promptly aud guaranteed to be first class IPJttSHflMKIillMMMBHMMnKIKBlBHSSHQnVUUaBSUMVBMHniMHBBliVNiB Â¬ Aubrey Williams 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 JOHN T BUCKLEY k i 1 iii wmffl r rfJit MMhi tV Ur I Aut 1AMH i iif K FARMERS W SUPPLY zjjvm HOUSE iiH We have our lines complete and are ready to sell you GOODS AT ROCK BOTTOM PRICES Oliver Chilled Plow No 20 A 9 Oliver Chilled Plow No 19 per pair single Buggy Harness 850 Collar Pads with the hook 40c Hames 40c 5 to 75 ALL KINDS OP HOHSB BOOTS AFD SUPPLIES FOR TROTTING HORSES Opposite Court tiouse ujmxirainjMWEUwjjjuuji I Iarness ZEBepsiired demands which the city must meet during the next twelve months in order to pay the floating debt now outstanding and provide for the ordi- Â¬ nary running expenses of the city government 5000 Streets 1800 Paupers 4500 Fire Department Interest Midland bonds bank 6500 interest etc 1700 Gas lights 4810 Salaries 600 r w Â¬ azad 3acLe to Older npTTTnTTD s rr u Liver How is your liver working Are you bilious Aro you troubled with constipation Do you feel tired and languid Do you wish to feel well and happy Dr Halos Household Tea will work the marvelous change it removes all biliousness creates a heal appetite and prolongs life 25 and 50c packages sold at South Side drug store 3 P H Oarpentek principles in the management of the city affairs an economical expendi ture of its funds and a close scrutiny of all accounts that the expiration of tho present year will find the city with all aocounts paid up with no bank debt and ready to adjust itself to tho schedule imposed by the new State Constitution Council Proceedings Tuesday April 14 1801 Bridge Tax Rebate Water Police Finance Committee 5300 Mr Darnell moved that the tax 200 books be placed in the hands of the 6350 800 Jno W Payne S Darnell R R Parsons J WHITES HAS LED CREAM VERMIFUGE REMEDIES FOR 20 YEARS All WORM 250 Present President Staten Joun Printing Ordinances Note in Branch Bank dated cilmen Darnell Gaines Payne Rich 5000 Nov 1 1890 ardson Tobin and Parsons Absent Councilmen Church and Note in State National Bank 5000 dated Feb 13 1891 Shaw 3000 Minutes of last meeting read and Overdraft State of Kentucky due Dec approved 4350 Petition of Sam Luscher asking 31 1890 600 Court for a grocery and saloon license Re- Â¬ Police School Fund 4000 White jected 2000 On motion of Mr Darnell the li- Â¬ Colored School Fund cense committee was instructed to 61760 Total grant Sam Luscher a grocery license Petition of Robert Humphries ask We recommend that there be no ing to be relieved of a fine for carry- Â¬ levy for tho mantenance of the white ing concealed weapons Referred to school the present year for the reason police committee that after a careful examination of Petition of August Luscher as ad the receipts and expenses of this ministratorasking wholesale liquor li- Â¬ fund for the past year we find there cense Granted will be sufficient means to meet ex- Â¬ Petition of Emile Haldi Co askÂ¬ penses without a special levy This ing a transfer of their license to Jo- Â¬ amount is derived from State fund sephine Steubenraugh Referred to interest on school lottery bonds license committee of A W Smith Co E Milton and balance on hand to its credit at To the Petition of J D Beard asking gro- Â¬ this time This examination of its Franklin County John Langstaff Co F Carrollton cery license Referred to license resources shows that with the same uapt J llliams- Willis Co i committee expenditure that was made for its In response to the urgent requests town Petition of Geo B Thompson to support the past twelve months the from all parts of W L Crabb Co H Eminence of build a frame store room on the South above mentioned resources will fully themany good men city of Frankfort county and the W J Turner Co I Turners Station Side Granted meet the demands and leave a Mick Gill Co K Sanders Co asking balance at the expiration of the I announce myself a candidate to Petition of Semones represent Franklin It was ordered that the Secretary that their license be transferred to school year ending June 30th 1892 Legislature subjectcounty in tho next immediately notify to the action of the above com Frank Kennedy Referred to license But should there arise from any Democratic party I realize mitteemen to confer with the mem- Â¬ committee cause a necessity for a larger sum the importance of tne next session to bers of the their respective companies as Petition of G Breeden asking that to maintain said school in the eff- Â¬ our his livery stable license be transter icient administration of its beneficent fact county and town boand also the well as with other members of the represented command whom they may see as to that we should red to A Q Gaines Referred to li- Â¬ purpose we unhesitatingly assert by tho best man that can be gotten the best time and place for the reÂ¬ committee cense that the moans will be readily approOn Petition of Mr Tharp to build a priated from any funds on hand at for the place make this account I union and report to tho Secretary E this announce- Â¬ T Craig at Carrollton not later frame house on the rear of the Hume the time the demand arises We hesitated to ment hoping that some one of more than May 23 The executive com- Â¬ street Granted lot on Main believe this course is justified by the ability Petition fofMiss Willie Morris to necessities upon us from other support and who would receive tho mittee will meet again on said date of both build frame house on Arsenal Hill sources and when understood will people would bethe town and county and determine the time and place I suggested The committee on arrangements Granted fully satisfy the most ardent advo- Â¬ no personal ambition to gratify havo and will also solicit and report at same Collins Bros were granted a license cates of our common school system if given for their new store on Main street in among whom the undersigned com- I will do tho nomination and elected time what funds are available for the to serve the Collins building mittee are pleased to class them- Â¬ I will bo my bestmeet the my county Â¬ purpose ordered that glad to other canthese proceed- Â¬ It was Petition of James W Heffnor ask Â¬ selves With the above exhibit and a grocery license Referred to assurance we feel that it is un- didates at such times and places as ings be sent to the Courier Journal ing they may license committee necessary to further elaborated this important Buggest and discuss tho to all the papers of the 6th Con- Â¬ questions that will proba- gressional District and to those Petition of A Levi asking for li Â¬ branoh of this report to run a shoe store on Market The Colored School is amply pro- bly come before the next Legislature published in Owen Henry Franklin cense Thos W Scott and Harrison counties with request street Referred to license commit- Â¬ vided for having at present about for publication Â¬ tee two thousand dollars to its credit be THOS VIOLETT The promptness and certainty of Petition of Mrs Mauer to build sides being supported by the entire Chairman frame house on the South Side tax collocted from colored persons in Its cures have made Jnamberlams Â¬ Cough Remedy famous It is intend E T Craig Granted tne city Sec JTULlblUU ui xuuiuun OW11LU llOHIllg With these school interests prop ed especially for coughs colds croup m permission to run market wagon erly provided for we are called upon and whooping cough and is the most Nerve and Liver Referred to license committee to meet only the requirements sot effectual romedy known for these dis miles Pills The saloon license of Sigmund forth in tho estimate above unless eases 50 cent bottles for sale by J 30 lm An important discovery They act Luscher deceased was transferred perhaps some new obligation should W Gayle on the liver stomach and bowels to August Luscher arise which wo trust will not be the A CHILD KILLED through the nerves A now principle Petition of citizens on Leestown case during tho present year pike within the city limits asking that To meet tho above demands wo Another child killed by tho use ox They speedily cure billiousncss badÂ¬ gas and water be furnished them on the are forced to recommend that the opiates given in the form of Soothing taste torpid liver piles and constipastreets Referred to gas and water tax levy for the present year be made Syrup Why mothers give their tion Splendid for men women and committee 160 for revenue which alone will children such deadly poison is surpris Â¬ children Smallest mildest surest The usual monthly accounts were not fully realize an amount suiilcent ing when they can relieve the child 50 doses for 25 cents Samples free at 15 ly allowed to meettheso estimated expenses but of Its peouliar troubles by using Dr J W Gayles Frankfort Ky tm Mr Parsons moved that in the fu Â¬ which we trust will be ample after it Ackers Baby Soother It contains no ture all orders for medicine for pau is supplemented by interest due on opium or morphine Soli by THE GERDI DESTROYER era should bo signed by some mem Midland Railroad bonds tax judg Â¬ 9 J W Gayle Druggist 6 or of the charity committee Adopt- ments rent of city hall and collec- Â¬ In the field of discovery and inven- Â¬ ed tion of back taxes Our apology for tion medicine has not kept pace with Specimen Cases Mr Payne moved that charity com- the recommendation of tho above surgery That perhaps is natural S H Clifford New Oassol Wis mittee roeeivo bids for tho burial of large tax levy is that the city should sorvico Biirgory is the mechanical paupers Adopted meet its obligations promptly and was troubled with Neuralgia and branch of medicine Tho general On motion of Mr Richardson tho that no tax lovy should bo made Rheumatism his Stomach was disor Â¬ acceptance of tho germ theory of marshal was instructed to enforce which will not enable the council to dered his Liver was affected to an diseases however opens a now Held the ordinanco and havo all streets pay its floating debt and thus avoid alarming dogree appetite fell away for medicinco and will tako it comand alloys in tho city thoroughly tho payment of bank interest which and he was terribly reduced in flesh pletely away from tho mediawal su cleaned Adoptod has already requirod too great an ex and strength Three bottles of Elec perstition that still clings to its skirts Mr B P Morrison presented hiB penditiou of tho public funds tric Bitters cured him And yet medicine is not without its bond as work house keopor It was Edward Shepherd Harrodsburg discoveries It has long boon known Another reason for this tax lovy is accepted and ho was ordered to take found in tho recently formed Consti Â¬ 111 had a running soro on his log of and the fact is now recognized whore charge on tho 19th inst tution of the State which provides eight years standing Used throe over tho test has boon made that Tho finance committee made tho that after tho presout yoar tho tax bottles of Electric Bitters and soven Swifts Specific S S S will destroy following roport which was adopted levy of cities in tho class with Frank- Â¬ boxes of Bucklens Arnica Salvo and tho germs of malarial diseases tho John microbes of skin diseases and tho To the Board of Council of the City of fort shall bo limited to tho amount of his log is sound and well 75 coats on tho one hundred dollars Speaker Catawba O had live largo bacilli of contagious and other forms Ky Frankfort said leg Your llnanco committo find them Â¬ to moot its curront expenses Wo Fovor sores on his One doctorsElec of blood poisoning ejects tho m from bottle tho blood and purities and builds up selves confronted with tho important beliovo that prudent forethought ho was incurable mid serious task of laying tho tax demands that wo should make all tric Bitters and ono box Bucklens tho system No medical discovery lovy for tho present year and desiro needful preparation tho present yoar Arnica Salvo cured him ontiroly of our day has achoived such remark drug storo ablo success to present tho subject to your body by extinguishing our floating debt Sold by tho South Sido Cakpbntkh m a P II re and ondoavor to placo tho city in such a manner uh to hIiow tho Â¬ your watoh does not run correct If quirements to bo met and Iho only finances in tho best possible condi method known to us to met thorn in tion for tho curtailed resources of W L Oopporsmith invites a com dont fuiuo and frot but tako it to tho bestintorosts of tho city and ac Â¬ the oity which tho now Constitution imrision in workmanship on anything Coppersmith the jowGlor and havo it properly ropaired cording to business principles In Â¬ will necessitate Wo trust that by intrustod to his care is a caroful estimato of tho tho application of strict business closed Â¬ Â¬ Miscellaneous SOU EVERYWHERE at the earliest moment treasurer PREfAREO BY RICHARDSON TAYLOR MED CO SUOUIJ MO practicable and that a rebate of 3 per cent be allowed all who pay their taxes before June 1 Adopted Mayor Mangan stated that the Mid- Â¬ land bonds and stock had been re- Tlie Fourth Kentucky Con federate Cavalry to Doomed 10 ceived and placed with tho Safety Have a Reunion Vault and Trust Company subject to tho order of the council Tho council adjourned until next The Executive Committoe of the regular meeting night Fourth Kentucky Cavalry C S ai UNDER PREVAILING CONDITIONS MANY met at Carrollton April 11th 1891 dooned to death by disease merely because the owners For years the editor of tho Burling- Â¬ with the following members present serve their health fall to take measures to pre Â¬ ton Junction Mo Post has been Thomas Violet Chairman Capt T subject to cramp colic or fits of indi- Â¬ M Barrett Lieut Archie Smith R DR JOS HAAS gestion which prostrated him for j narrison ana n uraig After consultation it was determin- Â¬ several hours and unfitted him for business for two or three days For ed to hold a reunion of said regiment the past year he has been using this year Chamberlains Colic Cholera and On motion of Capt Barrett the folDiarrhoea Remedy whenever occasion lowing committee on arrangements required and it has invariably given was appointed viz him prompt relief 25 and 50 cent Oscar Coleman Co A Bedford R L Bond Co B Carrollton bottles for sale by J W Gayle R F Slaughter Co C Poplar 30 lm Grove and Bog Poultry George Rule Co D Falmouth Democracy Â¬ EVERY BOTTU GUARANTEED nil t Â¬ kdy f 4 Used successfully for 15 years PRICKS cans 1250 Kpel Worms Stop the nesn nnu uusren Jiaturny Cough Increase the est 250 3125 unci 50c perpkg 251b The largest packages are the cheap- Â¬ W GAYLE JFRANKFORT ICY stamp Ask for Testimonials a pamphlet on swine will Uogology be mailed to any address on receipt of a two cent For Sale by iST Â¬ Joe Haas V Mar S Ind Indianapolis 7 Gm FOR SALE IN MAY AT 12 OCLOCKWE stieec In Frankfort our eight horse thresher and engine complete Â¬ ON 1ST MONDAY sell on tne Aprl 11 lt Â¬ Wash Ciiotcheh w T Ckutcuek L CntrrciiEK Â¬ Â¬ NOTIGR c ELLEN SHEEMAN PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST ALL estnteofMargaretSheehnn deceased are hereby notllled to produce the same to me proven as required by law on or before the first day of May 1631 Fkauklin Court of Common Pleas MARGARETSHEEHANadmrc vs Equity Â¬ Apr 4 lt WM CROMWELL F Com C C P Stray Notice O B WADE UP AS A STRAY BY TAKENBenson depot Franklin county Ky one heifer two jears old which I hie ap Â¬ roim praised at fifteen dollars J D MOORE J P F C A copy Attest N B Smith C P C C Â¬ Â¬ Assignees Notice LL PERSONS KNOWING THEMSELVES IN the firm of B il McCoy A-- Co as are requested to come forward and settle their Indebtedness And the creditors of said llriuaro hereby notllled to present their claims to the undersigned proen as required by law on J W GAYLE or before July 1st 1W1 Co Assignee of B 11 McCoy A debted to signed A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mar 2S S1H EVERYTHING -- FOR THK- - l Â¬ Â¬ rllY NOT BLY DIRECT FROM THE GUOW- erwlion you need tiees plants and vlues money and get stock true to name You will si We nay no agents but sell direct to the planter Millions of tiees plants and lnes are bearing evtnwheielti Kentucky and Judge us by their A strawberry and general nursery cata Â¬ Unit logue on application to Fob 2l 3ai II F 1ULLENMEYER Lexington Ky - f HP WTflPWfr T fWrWmnW9Wrrrm Monday afternoon after a briof illness Tho funeral took placo Wednesday afternoon and tho re Â¬ mains were taken to Georgetown for interment FKAMFOHI ROUNDABOUT street IS ftnftrt at tlut tuutJifflM At PfAfaH 1TaHilrv ai SAOond claM mAtlAMA matter flEO DEATH OF A CENTENA Â¬ A Card to the Public RIAN Mrs Mary Cox Passes Away THE QUESTION OK CAPITAL REMOVAL been decided by Taken up as a Stray TOLL GATE KEEPER AT W00D- 1 nck mare o UIl1ls iBli with two white hind ftet small white spot in face sway back about ten years old Owner c in have srfmo by calling at the toll gate proving property and paying for her keep and this notice 2iHt THOMAS SHEARER A LEWIS Editor FRANKFORT uti Pabllsher 18 in Her Hundretli APRIL 1891 The Capital Permanently Located After a hundred years of strife and contention over the location of the Capital of Kentucky it was a wise and graceful thing in the Constitu- Â¬ tional Convention to put an end to the controversy by permanently locating the Capital at Frankfort by the overwhelming vote of 57 to 34 The members of the convention felt that a hundred years of fruitless con- Â¬ tention over this subject was quite enough and in spirit of justice and guided alone by motives looking to the public good raised themselves into the empire of exalted statesman Â¬ ship and by a vote bordering on unanimity commanded the peace between the warring sections of the State with a voice that will be re- Â¬ spected and approved from the Big Sandy to Hickman and from the Ohio river to the Tennessee line and the man or the city attempting to renew this vexed question again during the next century will be re Â¬ garded by all as a disturber of tho public peace and on enemy to the progress and welfare of the State This same question was distinctly submitted to the people of Kentucky when the Constitution was adopted in 1799 and again in 1850 and now again in 1S91 and the verdict each time was in favor of the little city of Frankfort where the heroes and statesmen of Kentucky for a hundred years lie sleeping in their narrow houses in the Cemetery on the hill The State House and the Arsenal and the Penitentiary might have been put upon wheels and carried away to Lexington or Louisville but the heroic memories of Theodore OHara young Clay and McKee and all that host of immortals who established and gave to Kentucky her enduring fame could not be taken away from the beautiful cemetery at Frankfort where their bodies lie moldering in the grave where their noble deeds are inscribed on their monuments and where their immor- Â¬ tal spirits still hover in the air to guard the repose of the dead and the honor of the State It required statesmanship of the most exalted character to recognize both the in- Â¬ justice and the impossibility of re- Â¬ moving the entire capital away from Frankfort but the good people of Kentucky may now congratulate themselves and their children and their childrens children to the latest generation that the present Constitutional Convention was equal to the emergencyjof the occasion and tho spirits of the heroic dead no doubt rejoice that the glowing memories and sacred dust over which they have charge have not been disturb- Â¬ ed Frankfort fully recognizes that it was pardonable ambition on the part of anylother city or town to desire to possess so rich a treasure as the cap- Â¬ ital of the noble and historic State of Kentucky and bows her thanks in becoming modesty in this her hour of triumph to every member of the Convention as well as to every citizen of the State for the great honor thus for the third and last time so handsomely conferred upon her and her people feel and willingly give expression to the thought that they would bejunworthy of the rich treas- Â¬ ure thus confided to their keeping were they to fail to make the sincere announcement on this great and to themespecially most agreeable oc cassionfcthat they desire above all things else the permanent repose and prosperity of tho entire Com- Â¬ monwealth and that they cherish no ill will against those whose natural and laudable ambition prompted them to contest for tho location of KentuckysBproud capital elsewhere than at Frankfort that wo have no enemies tojpunish but earnestly de Â¬ sire tojeo operate in the most friend ly spirit wtth tho good people of every section of tho State for tho purpose of building up the waste places of our grand old Common- Â¬ Here wealth for tho common good is the friendly hand of tho victor to all who were unsuccessful in tho con- Â¬ test Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mrs Mary Cox widow of tho late Mrs Margaret Holoman widow of Jacob Cox and mother of Mr L J the late W B Holeman celebrated Cox died at her home near Sted her 87th birthday on Wednesday mantown this county on Friday of Sho is enjoying remarkaSly good last week She waa at the time of health for one of her years and her her death perhaps the oldest person friends wish her many returns of tho in Central Kentucky having been born on the 22d of December 1791 day As the result of an attack of rheuma Â¬ she had The Great Swimmer Com Â¬ tism twenty been confined to bed for three years but never ing murmured nor forgot to yield obedi- Â¬ On Sunday April 20th Capt Paul ence to what she conceived to be the Boyton will give one of his full will of her God She was a devout aquatic exhibitions at Switzer Sta- Catholic and twice received the las tion on the Kentucky Midland Rail- Â¬ rites of tho Church the first time re- Â¬ road Special trains will be run covering from what seemed the from both Frankfort and Paris very jaws of death and lived some Train will leave Frankfort at 230 p five years longer m Faro for the round trip 60 cents Notwithstanding she had been an including admission invalid for so many years Mrs Cox preserved her vitality to such a degree Repairing tlie Bridge as to appear much younger than she really was Her face was almost with- Â¬ The L N Railroad Company are out wrinkles and her skin as soft repairing their bridge across tho and eyes as bright as in middle age river at this point putting in new She took great interest in current iloor timbers c and for that pur events even the style of dress com- Â¬ pose tore up the floor of the bridge ing in for part of her attention on Monday afternoon Since that In anticipation of reaching the one time all the travel between this city hundredth anniversary of her birth and Bellepoint has been over the on tho 22d of next December she St Clair street bridge and around the had planned for a reunion on that Many persons were occasion and had herself arranged river road caught Monday evening who vtent all the details necessary for such down to the bridge were not per- meeting designating besides her mitted to cross and had to go all the numerous descendants and other rel- Â¬ way around tho other route atives many old friends whom she 10 have present JUnccIcetl From Mis Wliccl desired the commencement of her Up to Messrs J T Corley and II C Hall last illness several weeks ago her two bicyclists from Pleasurevulo health had been excellent for years came up Saturday night and spent and while considered dangerouslyÂ¬ Sunday in this city for the purpose of sick for the first two weeks of her re taking a ruu over the pikes in this vi cent attack her vitality andrecupera Â¬ cinity Sunday afternoon they started tive powers were such chat she apÂ¬ to Versailles in company with Mr Mi- Â¬ peared in a fair way to recover unnus Williams jr and othersand when j til within a few hours of her death about a mile beyond Jett Station in when she suffered a severe relapse coasting down hill Mr Williams ran and rapidly passed away The funeral took place on Sunday into Mr Corley knocking him from his wheel throwing him against a and the remains were laid to rest in plank fence and so badly injuring his tho Cemetery in this city arm that he will not be able to use it The party re- Â¬ married for several weeks turned to this city where Mr Cor leys injuries were dressed by Dr At the residence of the brides Duvall and he returned home Mon- Â¬ parents near Frankfort Thursday afternoon April 9 1891 by Rev J day H Burdin Mr T J Lewis and Miss Genevieve Gaines both of Franklin G A R Meeting Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Green Old Age Year tho Constitutional Convention we niay shortly expect a boom In state Itel Ir will In Frankfort However or a short Â¬ continue to offer for jale lots on Ar time senal Hill 1 now havo three lots each 150 feet deep and fronting 50 feet on the Versailles turn Â¬ pike and alsn a few lots on Arlington Avenue For particulars call on April lB ltn John D Linpskt BY THE WJCHIM JR Alliance Men Attention Will practice in nil State Courts Of-Â¬ fice second floor Custom House BEEN ELECTED COUNTY BUSI HAVINGAgent at cmr last Union I wish to In Â¬ Jan 80 1 y form the brothers throughout the county that my bond has been filed and that I urn prepared I HANK IBOLT E R TJAH8TOW to serve their Interest fully As such I am In pos Â¬ President Sec and Treas- session of special rates from the largest houses In Ad Dryeh Basimt country and shall make It mr purpose to the Vice President Superintendent- serveyour Interest to tho best of my ability either In anything that you have to sell or buy Co In accordance with the purpose of our order WB ROBINSON can be found at D L Ilalr hardwire store I Formerly the Standard Printing Ink Works April 11 at rt Tie Standard Printinc -M- M NOTICE Franklin Oouht of Cojimon Plkas GEORGE S GREEKS Assignee v Equity vs GEORGE S GREENS Creditors HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST ALL PERSONS Geo S Green Insolvent lire estate of hereby notified tn producethe same to me proven as required b law on or before the 1st day of May lbJl WM CROMWELL Com Apr 4 U F C C P ANUFACTURERS O- FPRINTINCAND LITHOGRAPHIC INKS r VARNISHESFTC 109 Iune28 ly Canal Cincinnati Ohio WM CROMWELL ATTORN EY-AT-LA- W RBAZ BSTATJB AGBNT WS1 will SALESME To sell our Choice Nursery Stock SALARY and EXPENSES or liberal cotiiinllon and steady work for earnest workers Write and sale of real estate collection of t nta claims and the legotlatinn of loans 1nn2R 1 PJlCTiCB m TnE COURTS OF and the adjoining counties and alo give pclal attention to the purchaM jJi C3STCJ3 H G MATTEEU 5aSr Mcr 7 Ut ELLWAiNtiER UNION BAllltY Y C3 Tas I JIUlUI ujJMUi 334 MAIN STRKliT 1 Rochester 11 KENTUCKY RAILM TIME CARD EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 2IST GOING EAsT Lwive Li xlugtun Leae Wlnche ter Leave Clay Cty Arrive Lumber Point Arrive Three Forks Leave Three orks Arrive Elkatawa 1 1890 p in 411 p in 451 p m Ii i i m C80 p m 1130 a m 125 p in 3IA ERANKFORT KY GOING WEST Leave Arrive Leave Arrive Arrive Arrive Arrive Elkntawa Three Forks Three toiks Lumber Point Clay City Winchester Lexington Connections made at Lumber Point with steamer for Beattjvllle Elkatawa nearest htatlon to Jackson Ky Trains between Tlnee Forks and Lexington run dally between Three Forks and ilkatawa dally Sundays excepted 1 b35 a m 1030 a m iOO a in C03 a m 737 a m b30 n m 9 30 a in icR3m mm IF YOU J L MURPHY General Passenger Agent Kfcrtt8 mftjtfsu JLEXINGTQIvrKYf WAST ONE DOLLAR WEEKLY BUYS A GOOD GOLD WATCH fft Bf tv r p The annual meeting of the State Encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic and the Womens Re- Â¬ lief Corps will be held in this city on the 29th of this month Some two or three hundred delegates will bo in attendance and the sessions will be held in the Opera House The meeting is for the purpose of transacting the usual routine business and the Among those election of officers most prominently spoken of for the office of Grand Commander are Col S G Hillis Representative in the last Legislature from Lewis county Gen E H Hobson of Greensburg Levis of Newport and There will be no grand parade during the meeting though tho delegates will be escorted from the train upon their arrival by a committee of A G Bacon Post and a band of music Â¬ Won tlie Honors Mr John M Stevenson of George K 4 it rflfti town formerly of thiscitywhorepro sented Georgetown College in the Kentucky Inter Collegiate Oratorical Contest at Lexington on Friday even Â¬ ing of last week was awarded tho honor of delivering the best oration Conservatism His subject was Tho and Reform in Government Lexington Opera House was crowded The Judges were Gen Basil Duke of Louisville Judge W T Lallerty of Cynthiana and Prof Maurice Kirby of Louisville On his return to Georgetown Sat- Â¬ urday afternoon Mr Stevenson was met at the depot by somo of his en- Â¬ thusiastic College chums with an A open hack and a brass band procession was formed and tho Col Â¬ lege boys wearing their colors green andpink marched down town giving on tho way tho College yell for tho benefit of their friends who hadnt tho opportunity to hear it at Lexington Tho Kentucky University an Â¬ nounced several days ago that this would bo tho last contest in which its Shepard students would participate giving Dentil of Mrs as reasons that it interfered with Mrs Eliza Shepard formerly of studies had a tendency for leading Georgetown died at tho residence of the students to drinking gambling her son Mr S S Shepard on Todd etc I county Immediately after the cere- Â¬ mony the happy couple left for a visit to Lexington and New Castle The bride is a beautiful young lady and is greatly beloved by all who have been so fortunate as to form her acquaintance While the groom is a very popular and promising young farmer The presents were as follows Mrs A Lewis set of silver tea- Â¬ spoons Mr J W Gaines silver butter dish Mr Zack Church set of silver teaspoons Mr W Oliver a handsome lamp Miss Neta Gaines silver butter knife Misses Mattie and Annie Church head rest Miss Fannie Church a pair towels Miss Mary Shelton pocket book Miss Jennie Polsgrove pair towels Mr R B Lewis dozen napkins Mrs James A Gaines dozen napkins Mrs F P Lewis silver pickle stand Misses Emma Church and Ella Oliver beautiful water set Mrs J B Utter back silver butter knife Mrs Mary silver butter knife Miss Gaines Fannie Marshall pincushion Miss Mary Marshall splasher Mr Ander- Â¬ son Gaines carving set Mrs Oliver Dean waterset Messrs Hugh andEd Gaines silver sugar bowl and spoon holder Messrs Noel and Howard Gaines set of silver knives and forks Mrs Robert Lewis fruit dishes Mrs Hallio Young napkin rings Mrs HefT ner hankerchief case Mrs Maggie Gaines dozen napkins Â¬ BY OCR CLDB SYSTEM Our 14 karet patent stiffened gold cases are warranted tor 20 year Waltham and Elgin movement reliable and well known Stem wind and set hunting or open face ladys or gents size Equal to any i5 watch We sell one of these watches for and send to any address by registered mall or by express C O D with privilege of examina Â¬ tion Our agent nt Durham N G wr -- n Our Jewelers have confessed ti dont know how you can furnish 6uch work for Uk money GOOD BREAD and a nArr Y COOK use 28 CASH Write for particulars GREA1 FLOUR MADE BY LEXINGTON ROLLER MILLS KY COMPANY LEXINGTON wanted at each place EMPIRE WATCH CO 43 Dr W I Kelley OF CINCINNATI WILL BB AT THE IN VANKJPORT KTM and 50MaIden Lane New York N Y OHIO FRIDAY APRIL 24 1891 FRIDAY MAY 15 1891 FILES BLEEDING Chloroform dLIND or ITCHING Cored wltnwst any surgical operation and wltft little or no pain Ligature or Knife It not necewary with this mode of treatoMM Coining Forty strong Messrs Ohas F Hill and I 0 Bartlott of Louisville a committee from Louisville Commandery No 1 Knights Templar wero in tho city Tuesday evening making arrange Â¬ ments for quarters for their Comman Â¬ dery on the 27th and 28th of May They will bring forty knights and ladies with a band of music and will have their headquarters at tho Capital Hotel Both the method and results wheu CATARRh Syrup of Figs is taken it is plensaut ULCERATION Of the howel cured and refreshing to the taste and acts DrIteilv baa now been Tlaltlngthls cltyrsgo gently yet promptly on the Kidneys lor ntail seen jtaiH and Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys arlyhasmaae ttmoug the wealthy tlie many cure9 and lnOuAntlh ho Â¬ IPvIIItiRi ONE EWJOY NS FISTULA IN ANO Is cured FISSURES Cured without cutting or tearing Going to tlie Country Mr G H Sargent has exchanged his interest in tho meat and grocery substitute Sargent CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO store of Messrs Aubrey for a farm near Farmdalo and will SAN FRANCISCO CAL NEW YORK NY LOUISVILLE KY shortly remove to it to reside tem effectually dispels colds head citizens are BunlclenteTldence ot bis success a well established fact that It tt aches and fevers and cures habitual eases now the stomach liver kidney man dl bladdsx of nervoiii system Syrup of Figs is the womb and by coexistenceare either caused 01 constipation of PILES FISTU the only remedy of its kind ever pro wtKravated or RECTAL ULCER LA fISSUEE duced pleasing to tho taste and ac REVERENCES Dr K K Oober Frankfort Ky ceptable to the stomach prompt hi Franklin Morris Graefermburg its action and truly beneficial m its J T Stateu Frankfort Ky vr Herberteh Kranklort Ky effects prepared only from the most Ret L P Hulett Benson Ky healthy and agreeaWo substances its A H McCluw Frankfort Ky ft many excellent qualities commend it Richard Ferguson Frankfort wl Hughes FranKfort Ky to all and havo made it tho most David Moore HeiiMii Kr Jas M WWrnw VrmKtorr Kv popilar remedy known DR KEELEYS office and residence is at Nt street Cincinnati and where h Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c West Eighth erery day ot each week KXCHPT and 51 bottles by all leading drug may be found FEIDAIQ AHD SATUBDAYS Any reliable druggist who gists pamphlets descrlblDg these diseases and thl may not havo it on hand will pro any one by ad cure it promptly for any one who mode of treatment sent free t dressing wishes to try it Do not accept any Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ W M B 259Weat Eighth St Cincinnati O OT CONSULTATION FREE IV 3 I KELLEY l r 51 mfl K-Vv- r M TV - nnnunnnnnLfiiinnioniDntI IS I I llllllllll r Ht F0Z VF KY NUMBER APR 18 32 FRANKFORT 1891 Louisville Submits Grace- fully f f fc -i - r y v x A mon school law Mr Fall is a grand son of tho late Rev Philip Fall of this city and a son of Mr Wm Fall GRANVILLE A RICHARDSON commensurate with the dignity to wealth and importance of this great Thero is hardly a Oommonwoaltn State in the Union that cannot put us Time 25 Hours to shame in this respect The present quarters of the Frankfort governKntre Trains Baggago Car Day Coache ment are positively a disgrace to Sleepers run through without change Kentucky We think a fine State THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST house would show up better in Louis- Â¬ ville than in Frankfort but if the Ala latter is the place let it be a fine Georgetown to Jacksonville State house nevertheless Let us have something like Indiana or Ohio or that Territory Time 26 Hours Tennessee can boast in the archi- Â¬ tectural line With the exception of Througt Sleepers without change The Short Florida Rhode Island and maybe one Tlie Loveliest Place on lino between Cincinnati and Time 2tfj Hours EartU Luxinoton ky or two of the now Northwestern 12 Knoxville Tens is none where the State States there 17 asiieville n c offices are so shabby as in Kentucky The editor of tho Transcript has re11 ClIATTANOOOATKNN ATLANTA Gi 15 ceived an invitation to the reception Lets have some style about us u BlHMINUHAM ALA lj to be given by Frankfort Comman Louisville Post Direct Connections at New Orleansand Shreve dery No 4 Knights Templar to the port forTexiiH Mexico and California Grand Commandery Kentucky on Leave Frankfort via Kentucky Midland Rallwaj 640 Growing Up With the Acv27and 28 Rev of Dr and Em viamGeorgetown than u murrlveClncInnatll025 any other Ine Quicker West M Worrell of Danville is to a All trains arrive at departfrom Central Union u p the sermon at tho office of Depot Cincinnati c nddress Rates Maps We clipthe following notices of two Pv ii Worship and Ex Governor For FRANK WWOOLLEY T Proctor Knott is to deliv- Â¬ Traveling Pass Agt members of the Legislature of New and a iress of welcome Governor Lexington Ky er th D G EDWARDS Now Buckner Mexico from the Roswell will give a State recep- Â¬ OC HARVEY G P T A Vlcv Lroi CINCINNATI O i nfiig of the 27th and Moxico Rogistor Both gentlemen tion on tJithe yi of have many- - friends in this section after on tho v t intfsVtion 8th offi11 cers the who are proud of the records they grand luiu h U will mpi to4are making in their western homes taKe place i the vk v y is Frankfort in A B FALL Member of the House from Sierra place on earth and the v u1 male female will imtift1 yJ Jf in Grant and Dona Ana counties is twenty-n- selvesand this occasion tooxen on the Utii j years of age and was born in to make tho occasion ine of Frankfort Kentucky Mr Fall is a delightful ever knownone thetho mos in Capital lawyer by profession and was elected City Lexington Transcript Representative as a Democrat In appearance he is tall and slim dark hair with rather a pallid com- Â¬ Republican Convention Shor- ti iit fest between plexion and what might be called He is a Grecian cast of features The Republicans of Franklin counMl All MIP MimiMHl forcible fluent speaker liberally ty are requested to meet in mass conAIm IftANMUft imUtUl educated and for a man of his age vention at the Court house in FrankOnly direct Mini wc shows evidence tnat ne has burned fort on Monday May 4th for the the midnight oil while indulging purpose of appointing delegates to the State Convention which meets in Frankfort Georgetown and Paris in a wide scope of general learning Mr Fall took front rank as a de- Lexington on the 20th of May E M Drane bater on the floor of the House from lisle Chairman County Committee tho start and held this position until CJtiiui Fil- tho close of the session He was also an indefatigable worker on impor- Â¬ moutb and Covington tant committees and a fearless ag-Â¬ gressive advocate of all general laws OLD KENTUCKY ROUTE ASK FOR TICKETS VIA KY MIDLAND which his clear cut vision of the needs of tho times appeared to him Newport News Mississippi Valley Co E D to be imperatively demanded His SHORT LINE TO iTisMsoTiME fight for the common school law on Washington Philadelphia tho floor of House was so aggressive TIME TABLE DEC 15 1690 and impatient at obstructions or de Â¬ New York Baltimore lays in securing its passage that it A M pm P M Old Point and the Sea Shore bordered on the impolitic but hap- No 1 No 3 No 7 no damage to the bill and ily did AND ALL EASTERN CITIES TRAINS EAST Pass Mixed Pass IN EFFECT JANUARY 4 1891 n the end hastened its becoming a 5 45 12 k law Such men as A B Fall will be 300 Lv Frankfort Fast 12 25 3 12 558 Elkhorn always needed as leaders in tho peo Â¬ EAST BOUND Express Fast Mall AccommoDall dation 8 20 G07 12 43 Swltzer Dally ExSuny Dally ples public affairs To him is due 1 07 G23 Stamping Ground 334 1 47 3 68 G50 Georgetown a large part the credit of formuAr in 7 24 lating in committee many of tho Louisville Lve 2 35 pm 7 45am 3 00 4 05 C Lv Georgtn via Q G 00 10 15 j 10 pm 11 40 am most important features in the com- Â¬ Lexington 5 25 pm Ar Cincinnati G 05 12 45 Well the Frankfort people seem to have won the capital fight and de Now serve credit for thoir pluck the State wants to go to work and put up a State houso that will be Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ trammels or any othor influences which might antagonize duties de- Â¬ manded to bo performed by general public interest Tho momory of tho Borvices performed this winter by Mr Richardson and by others of his stamp in both houses should not bo forgotten by tho people Neither should thoir personalities Tho day may come when such men will again bo needed It is a mistake as to Mr Richardson being a Kentuckian as he was born in Pennsylvania but came to Kentucky when a mere lad and spent a number of years in this State Starting in life a poor boy by dint of hard work succeeded in educating himself and five years ago located in New Moxico where he is rapidly gaining fame and fortune He spent several days in this city in December tho guest of the editor of this paper and went from this city direct to San ta Fo to take his seat in the Senate of Â¬ pij -- 1 7 i UU noeds of tho hour demand fuvr iiuuiyllUUIIK when tho it HillU of party v v HFEltCRI V iT MILES vwrnmsmtwu IMMKnt V flit- - virnb LI- JkTyrar jvI vaiXHmsirJinmi rifAly KUHOT Hl ImmmjJm mm 1 gl MILE6 ss Kentucky Central Railway BLUB GRASS ROUTE1 Shortcstanil Quickest routerroin ii OKNTUAL lilCNTUOKY TO ALL POINTS SD8TH THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST EAST WEST AND SOUTHWEST km FAST LINE BETWEEN LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI a SCHEDULE IN EFFECT FEB 15TH No 1891 South Hound No a N04 Acconi Dallr Dailv Dally Express fast line IlilUD 8 10am 6 Â¬ ai 1 11 Â¬ Hi 1V Pii 800pm 220pm 818am 808pm sszupm 948am OlGpm 360pm Cynthiana 1043am J Ojpiu 4 66nm Arr Paris 11 18am 1023pm 5 30pm Lexington 121011H 11 OOpm G20pm Lve Paris 11 27am 537pm Arr Winchester 1210nn 615pm Lvo Winchester 1240pm U3Upm Arr Richmond 1 35pm 7 20pm 1 35pm Lve Richmond 205pm Lve Berea VrrLivingston 305pm 3 15pm Lve Livingston rvn London 4 09ini 4 60pm Arr corom Corhln 5 OOpm Lve 5 52pm Lve Barbrvllle G 31pm Lve Pliitvllle LveMlddleshh 7 2opm ArrCumuGap 7 60pm 4 50pni Lve Corbln Lvo Wllllasbg 5 45pm G 20pm Arr Jellico Lve Richmond 1 60pm 4 45pm Lve Lancaster 5 20pm Arr Stanford No 1 Dally No 5 Dally No 3 Dally Ex Sun Lve Cincinnati Lve Covington Falmouth i t North Round Express Lve Stanford Lancaster Arr Richmond Lve Jellico Arr Corbln TvnfliimhfJnn Mlddlesbh e Ji orllla I i S to o a S 7 00am 7 Â¬ a Â¬ Â¬ Lve Wllllasbg 10 15am 8 15am 8 60am 9 35am G G 50am Â¬ hpk tiese Lve London Arr Livingston Arrvt Lve Corbln u - Iff 7 41um 8 35am i 2oam 45am I Arr Richmond Lve Livingston Lvo Derea Lvo Richmond li u 11 misffliy Arr Winchester Lve Winchester Arr Paris Arr Paris Lve Cynthiana Lve Falmouth Arr Covington Lve Lexington 05am 65am 7 loam 7 45am G G 7 Warn 7 8 23am 9 18am 10 10 53am Arr Cincinnati 41am 60am 1240pm 12 40pm 1 40pm 1 53pm 2 33pm 2 OOpm 2 45pm 3 15pm 4 11pm 0 40pm 5 5Cpm 12 lGnn 15am I3ivv 345pm 4 25inn 4 49pm 5 30pm G 37pm G 45pm ssafWsL - sK MAYSVILLE BRANCH North Bound Lve Cincinnati Lve Covington Lve Lexington Lve Paris Ex Sun Daily No Â¬ Ex Sun 2 2 Daily ii Â¬ G G Winchester Mt Sterling Olive 11111 Ashland Catlettshurg Huntington Arr WEST BOUND 7 9 10 10 11 pin 20 pm 03 pm 30 pm 43 pm 07 pin pin 125 pm a 35 pin 5 35 pm 5 50 pm G 25 pm G35pm Lv Georeetown 7 30 pm Newtown 10 15 pm Centrovlllo Ar Paris Lv Paris via K Covington G55 7 11 4 05 4 20 4 81 2 05 2 25 7 22 7 41 C 10 44 10 CO 7 55 8 43 10 10 4 60 753 2 45 3 15 4 25 Arr Millersburg Arr Carlisle Arr Johnson Arr Maysvllle South Bound LveMaysville Lve Johnson Lve Carlisle Lve Millersburg Arr Paris Arr Lexington Arr Covington Arr Cincinnati W 7 7 8 8 9 10 2Gpiu 00a m 4 40 p m 55 n in 19 20pm 37pm GOlpm 43am 625pm a in 5 83 10 M am am 7 1G 7 55 p ni p ni No io Ex Sun 5 20 n 6 67 n G 50 a 7 15 a 7 40 a 10 44 10 60 G37 G Daily No 0 f ent and conscientious attontion to all of tho duties of his position to gether with his able advocacy of all general moasuros which mot his ap- Â¬ proval commanded the respect of his opponents as well as maintained tho confldonce of his friends Mr Richardson retired from tho Senate an acknowledged leader among the few who havo achieved suoh a dis- Â¬ tinction in that body It is no flat tery to say that his work in aiding tho passage of tho public sohool law and many other measures of almost equal importance to tho wholo peo- Â¬ Â¬ dally and has Vestlhuled Pullman Bullet SleepWinchester ago ers hetween Loulsvlllo Loxlniton Washington He was a stranger to most of his Now York and Old Point Comfort This train Paris Lv Maysvllle via K C brother members and a Democrat in is made part of tho celebrated Carlisle politics but he at once took a front Ar Purls jF1 IF1 T7 as an able debater on tho floor rank Lv Cincinnati via KC Covington d East of Huntington on the C 0 Route and as a hardworking and committee worker His persist Â¬ FAST MAIL TRAINS runs dally except Punday Ar Paris Â¬ clear-heade- and rather sharp features of the blonde cast He took his seat in the Senate as a member from Ohaves county one of the now counties created two years Of Ohaves county appeared in tho Senate this winter prominently Mr Richardson is thirty years of ago Charleston Iluntlntston was born in Kentucky in appearance Catlettsburg Ashland he is of medium sizo of spare form Olive Hill Lexington Loulsvlllo Lve 11 1 1 pin 129 pm 1 40 pm 10 4 32 pm 6 12 pm 5 45 pm 9 15 pm am 12 50 am G GOO 20 Mt Sterling 2 5Spm Winchester LIMITED Arr Arr 0 8 10 11 12 4 am 35am 47U1I1 am Ar Cincinnati Lv Paris via K C Carlisle Ar Maysvllle Lv Paris via K C 45 Ex Sun i Daily 5 37 G25 7 65 1127 Winchester p m A 12 10 35 M 1 H28am 40 pm CO 45am 52 am inn 3 45 am G 25 am 7 15 am 8 10 am 12 15n n Ar Richmond 7 20 M 4 A M 20pm a in 87pm u in G45pm 6 0 O m 1 60 p m m 227pm m 3 20pm m 3 45pm ni 410pm V PM TRAINS WEST No 2 No Pass Pass train train train train 1 05 1 58 No 8 No 12 Mix Mix LMUNSONTrav Pass Agt Cincinnati C VESTIBULED EXPRESS rutin Lv Richmond vlivKC 5 20 G50 7 40 8 4 2 2 5 233 150 S R KNOTT Traffic Manager P ATMORE Gen Pass Agt Ky General S F B Offices Louisville 20 10 20 20 37 4 5 5 5 50 20 35 55 MORSE Genl PassAgt Ofllco Chumberof CoinnierceBIdg Cincinnati O No 2 Dally to all points except Rowland Divi- Â¬ sion which Is dally except Sunday No 1 Runs dally from Lexington to Cincin- Â¬ nati No 2 Runs dally No 5 Runs dally from all stations oxcept tho Rowland Division which Is dally except Sunday No 3 Dally except Sunday No 4 runs dally between Cincinnati nnd Lex Â¬ ington No 43 Paris and Lexington Accommodation Leaves Lexington 1000 am Arrives Paris except Sunday 1045 a m 8 Falmouth Accommodation No Leaves Cincinnati 510 p in Arrives Falmouth p m dally except Sunday 705 No 7 Leaves Falmouth 6 a m Arrlveapln cliuiatl 755 a in except Sunday Nos 2 and G make connections at Winchester for points on the NN M V Ry E D No 2 Carries through cars from Cincinnati to Mlddlesborough and Cumberland Gap uud all In Â¬ termediate stations and rius dally Lexington and Huntington Make di- Â¬ O At rect connections at Huntington with C Ashland with S V Ry At Winchester with K Lexing C It R north and south bound and at N L S and C N O T P Hall ton with L roads between Â¬ L Ar Lv Ar Lv LEXINGTON AND OLIVE HILL ACCOMMO DATION dully Connects at Winchester to and from K 0 Points and tit Lexington with L S R R for Loulsvlllo Ky Â¬ 8 50 Centrovlllo 9 02 Newtown 9 20 Georgetown 700 Clutl via Q Georgetown 9 52 I 9 54 Georgetown Stamping Ground 10 19 10 SB Swltzer Paris 8 30 GOO G25 G38 7 01 tc 7 Oti G 50 For full Information In regard to Rates Routes Arc apply to any Agent of this or connecting Hues or to II E HONTINOTON V Ill 00 TRAINS DAILY EXCEPT Ar Frankfort Elkhorn 10 44 7 7 7 8 31 47 55 10 7 29 7 55 8 15 8 45 SUNDAY PnndG C L BltOWN M G W BAIJNKT G A Lexington LEXINGTON Ky Gen KY Pass Agent W S IlAItlllSON G A Ashland Ky HOWARD ORBISON Agent GEO II HARPER Gen Superintendent VERNON CLARK General Passenger Agent CLAUDEIBOWLS CItTleketVgent GENE1UL OFFICES FRANKFORT KY J if i jxrrr mi T A r it- - j i i ii l i j ar ok - mill iiiiwiiii wii wiwi nwrgigiirtmwTTiri iiijumi wiiraiiiiigiiiriWffBMi iMiTmr - inr fcn rw ii i t ii Sm - liiiiriii IBliff tA mmiti inn v j a fl8LW Wib ltSiMlt- j r C-V vjrffti -- cKi i PrW jwiaaeaaiHff mObSBMjmikhl irmvsfw Tarn1 IriiiiMni rrmyvriff Fj jT w I J A- - f Violins sokter Guitars v MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Wc have received a large line of musical instruments consisting of M 4 H I HCji3ES and Harps accordeon II Ih mmk k WLi Mandolins Banjos Accordeons They will be sold at great bargains Violin Banjo and Guitar fittings as cheap as they can be purchased anywhere In our Confectionery to supply picnic parties with lunches furnish banquets and party suppers on short notice Depar tment we are prepared Rates reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed All of the best makes lt AprlMB HMHF FKANKF011T ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT APRIL 18 1891 Gardening Time taken advantage of the pretty weath- Â¬ er of the past week to sow the seed for their summer crop of vegetables Those of our citizens who have a garden apot upon their promises have From the Head Waters The U S Snagboat Kentucky arrived here Thursday from Boatty- ville having made the trip from this city up and back in one week al though the water was rather thin up- Â¬ on the shoals above the head of slack water Â¬ m 111 m V v In U fcV B t - Go to James ODonnell for fish The stock in this department is of recent purchase our Mr Brower oysters and ice 32 lm having just returned from the East and is complete in be pleasing to the taste and to the spe- Â¬ Complicated watch work a every detail eye easily taken acceptable to the cialty at W L Coppersmiths 234 St stomach and healthy in its nature Only 13 to Old Point Com Clair St 28 tf fort Va and Re Â¬ and effects Posessing theso qualities Our increased business has brought advantages that enable us to offer turn Syrup ofPigsisthe one perfect lax Pump For Sale A good second Â¬ better values for the money than force ative and most gentle diuretic known On Tuesday July 21st a special handofiice pump for cistern Apply at this ever before 30 1 m train will bo run to Old Point Com- Â¬ Lexington under the fort Death of Mrs Pilkington picesfrom the Missionary Society aus Â¬ of of Call and examine our Spring Styles while the stock is fresh and you Pilkington mother of the Main street Christian Church Mrs Jane When Baby was sick wo gave her Castoria will be convinced that we are Only 13 for the round trip and When she was a Child sho cried for Castoria Mr John Pilkington of this city at her home in Lexington on special low rates at the Hygeia Hotel When sho became Miss sho clung to Castoria died Wednesday aged 68 years She was for those who go on this excursion When sho had Children she gave them Castoria a most excellent Christian lady and Make your arrangements to go as had been a member of the Methodist this will be the cheapest and most desirable excursion from Lexington Church for many years this season Street Found Near the Geo W Bain 111 Tickets good to return until August Bridge a pair of gold St Clair specta- Â¬ rimmed WITH THE 8th and holders may stop at any of cles which the owner can have by Col Geo W Bain the celebrated the Virginia resorts on return trip calling at this office and paying for temperance leeturor and father-in-laFor explanatory circular see or ad-Â¬ this notice of Rev H 0 Morrison former- Â¬ dress any railroad agent or For Rent The two story frame LARGEST STOCK AND LOWEST PRICES ly of this city was taken very ill in G W Barney residence on tne corner 01 Logan and Pennsylvania lastweek and had to be Cross streets Apply to W H Boswell Mrs A E Stephens brought to his home in Lexington G A Delong where ho is improving slowly Of any like establishment in the State Ohas L Brown G P A W L Coppersmith does all kinds Lexington Ky of engraving Sold His Farm as tr For a number of years I have been Chance to buy Encyclopedia Britanica Mr M Luther Orutcher sold his subject to violent attacks of inflam Carpets Furniture Wall Paper Draperies farm on Tuesday to Mr Stephen matory rheumatism which generally at 150 per volume Guaranteed to bo about two Black for 8000 There is about 82 lasted this month months On the only exact reprint R K McCLURE I was attacked in 15 first of acres in the tract and the land lies the knee and suffered severely for two MAIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON KY three miles from this city on the days when I procured a bottle of For Rent The two story brick Georgetown pike just across the pike Chamberlains Pain Balm and itÂ¬ residence on Washington street relieved me almost place It will fore most cheerfullyinstantly I there- known as the First Presbyterian from Mr Blacks recommend it to Parsonage Possession given April be occupied by Howard Black those who are similarly afflicted 1st Apply to H H Watson or J W 27 tf Mr Crutcher will probably locate in everywhere U D whitley Mar Pruett tindale N 0 Feb 1888 Mr Whit Â¬ the west For Rent A two story house with ley is a very prominent man in this and his disease was very wide grooms Cor Murray and Campbell Protect Your Hoaltn v known as he suffered such severe streets Apply to W J Hughes 327 Cold and moisture combined have a torpor 11 tf Co Mer- - Murray street W M Houston bodily organs and tna pain lalue effect uyon the chants Martindale N O 50 cent secretive urocosies are apt tope digestive and more tardily performed lit winter than In th bottles for sale by J W Gayle Billiards and Pool Lovers of aUo ot tall Tne same Is true are oftenthe excretory billiards and pool will find Wiley 0 ilugglsh and Junctions lUe bowel Williams hall on St Clair street the pores ot tUe skin tnrow ofl but little waste It is very important in this age of vast material progress that a remedy will be submitted to a vote of the people at the August election and 200 000 copies of it have been ordered printed for distribution so that the people may inform themselves of its provision before voting upon it The points of the new instrument are as follows Prohibition of local and special legislation by the Gener- Â¬ al Assembly prohibition of lotteries adoption of secret ballot remedy of the evil ot Irequenc elections the control of corporations reform in taxation and exemptions a barrier to extravagant public expenditures and provisions for the better administra- Â¬ tion of Government State county and municipal reduction of tlje Grand Jury from sixteen to twelve three fourths verdict in jury case authorized convicts not to be worked outside of the prison walls provision for a reformatory for juvenile offen Â¬ ders constitutional recognition given to the Railroad Commission prohi- Â¬ bition of the State and counties and municipalities to aiding railroads or other corporations except to build turnpikes gravel roads and bridges the elimination of the slavery sec- Â¬ tion The Constitution was signed only by the President and Secretary of the Convention Â¬ Idaho Stock Farm Messrs Hale Son of Independ- Â¬ ence Iowa writes Some time ago we had a colt that hurt his hind leg so it was swollen almost the size of your head thought he was spoiled we sent for Quinns Ointment used one bottle and to day he is as smooth as ever Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria C F BROTO jjthz bisoidtx7-a-- - CO jMEjxizr Bucklcns Arnica Salve The best salve in the world foi Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Competition is the life of trade and we are always ready to meet it Rheum Fever Sores Tetter We are especially prepared to do so in Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns and all Skin Eruptions and positively cures Piles or no pay required It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money re Price 25 cents per box funded sale by South Side drug store For Â¬ Â¬ CARPETS RUGS 5 iy P H Carpenter HEADQUARTERS w Mi m tit M - Â¬ Fishing Tackle I m matter at Mils season Tlo system therefore requires opening up a little and also punfylnr safest surest and regulating ad the alterative that and can most thorough totilo sud be used lor these purposes Is Hqstettert escape Stomach Bitters Persons who wish to dyspeptic Monies the rheumatic twinges thoot the bowels the the painful disturbances nervous vlsltat pns blliloiB attacks and the ot tho year will do so common at this tlmasystems with this re- well to reinforce their nowned vegetablo stomachic and lnvlgorant strengthen It Improves the appetite and rcnovtM the ta stomach chesrs tho spirits ttboio physique Reporters Honored open 25 tf Mr Bruce Haldeman reporter for New Arrangement Arrangements have been effected with tho Queen Crescent Route G R R Co whereby and E T V their mileage books will be honored for the Kentucky Midland These tickets are on salo at all the and iirincipal offices of tho Q rate O two G R R at tho of and ono half cents per mile V L CLARK GRAY CHURCH Change of Location IT- 1 ny f w- - - have now hardware store at tho opened a old Gwin stand on tho corner of Main and Lewis streets next to the State National Bank where they have an entirely now and fresh stock of hardware wall paper c About the first of July they will give up their store on Broadway and remove their entire business to their new storo Until that timo tho stock in tho old houso will be sold off at greatly reduced prices and porons wishing bargains in their lino should call at onco Messrs O E Collins Bro the Courier Journal and Mr George L Willis reporter for tho Louisville Times were remembered by the people of Frankfort on Saturday Mr Haldeman was presented with an elegant gold mounted umbrella while Mr Willis received a handsome gold headed cane in token of the appreciation of our people of tho fair treatment thoy received at tho hands of both gentlemen while roporting tho proceedings of tho session of the Constitutional Con- Â¬ vention Have the largest Stock and Variety Fine Bass Lines a Specialty CALL AND SEE THE STOCK Gen Pass Agt For Bilious Attacks heartburn sick headache and ail disorders of the stomach liver and bowels The Merriest Girl thats Out Bonnie sweet Bessie tho maid of Dundee was no doubt tho kind of a girl to ask What aro tho wild or to put A littlo waves saying faded llower in your button holo she was so full of vivacity and beam ing with robust health Every girl in tho land can bo just as full of life just as woll and just as merry as sho sinco Dr Pierce has placed his Fa Â¬ o TAR OID PILES SALT RHEUM FOR MEDICINAL THE GREAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY FOR Mi m ECZEMA WOUNDS PILESI BURNS c v Ayers Cathartic Pills are the SORES CROUP BRONCHITIS safest surest family use Send three two cent stamps for froo sample box and book price 50 CENTS Adjourned After having boon in session seven months tho Constitutional Conven Â¬ tion adjourned on Saturday until tho K Tho now Consti 2d of Soptombor thoy havj propared tution whioh vorito Prescription within tho reach of all Young girls in their toons passing tho ago of puberty find it a great aid Delicate palo and sickly girls will find this a wonderful invig orator and a suro corroctivo for all derangomonts and weaknesses inci dent to females Â¬ and most popular medicine for TKR OIDtSOKP TAR OID CO 3P23EXX Dr J C Ayer - BATH TOILET AND NURSERY PURPOSES Co Deo 13 Lowell Mass- For sale by ly OIKIEIfcTXIEZK - CHICAGO IL L MaTaiWteW jaHnMmmnmm iiV V 1MN3 JTCSl W1JTJ7 ImIHkcSS IPW WORKINGMEN It is the duty you owe yourself and family to invest your hardearnedmoncy where it will do the most good Therefore I say to the man who has a desire to obtain clothing for himself and family at prices which are undoubtedly the very lowest to Â¬ COIEDC I am now doing business For less than manufacturers LBkTI SJbSJh AJSTX BXX Besides I bought a IlEjaLlDTr IUAIDE3 ith one half the expense that other houses have therefore I am able and willing to give my customers that benefit jarge stock of Mens Youths Boys and Childrens Also remember I have moved my clothing stock formerly on the corner pi ices which I now offer at a great sacrifice Call and see for yourself before purchasing elsewhere andyou will never regret it OHiOTKCinSTCSr T3CJkSmy dry goods store to S4 If m ST CLIE STIEHEX1 PROF BROWOER DEAD Tlie Able Teaclicr Passes Away at His Home on Thursday Evening serious loss not only to the city but to the general educational interest of the btate That m ins service Here covering a period of twenty three years ho has done more than any other individual to form and make permanent the fine system of schools of which the citizens havo every reason now to be proud That his entire life from early manhood until the ripe age at which he died was given to the purposes of common school education and that he proved himself efficient alike in organization Dr V m Prof Samuel P Browder Superin- Â¬ tendent of the Public Schools of this city died Thursday evening at 9 oclock after an illness of several weeks While it was known that Prof Browder was seriously ill his death was unexpected and tho announcement that his spirit had winged its flight produced universal regret and sadness He had been a sufferer for many years from asthma and early in February was attacked with grippe from which he had been confined to the house On Wed-Â¬ nesday he was feeling so much better that he arose went out and walked about his yard for a short time when he took fvesh cold causing his dis ease to take the form of dropsy producing his death as above stated Prof Biowder was born in 1830 near Middletown in Jefferson coun- Â¬ ty and was raised in Louisville where early in life he commenced the profession of teaching In Septem- Â¬ ber 1808 when the Frankfort Public School was organized he was elect- Â¬ ed its first Superintendent which po- Â¬ sition he continued to fill up to the time of his death Being a splendid teacher and admirable organizer under his able management the school soon took rank as one of the best in the State a reputation it has continued to maintain He possessed the faculty of imparting knowledge to the young in an eminent degree and few men in the State stood higher than he as an educator and in his death the educational interests of the city and State have suffered an irreparable loss He leaves a widow and four chi- Â¬ Â¬ absolutely cures catarrh It cures neuralgia and rheumatism Cures Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum in the most soothing manner Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Cures Coughs and Colds Can be Cuts bruises taken internally burns chilblains sores of long stand Â¬ ing corns and bunions are cured AND DEALER IN- quickly different from all else supe- Â¬ rior to all else it has no equal 25 and discipline and general management 50c boxes large size cheapest Sold Resolved That the profound regret and sympathy of the Board be ten- Â¬ at Phil Carpenters drug store South 52 dered to the bereaved family and Side PIPE AND FITTINGS ETC STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO that in testimony of its respect to For Sale or Rent Cottage con- Â¬ JOB AND CONTRACT WORK ALL WORK the memory of the deceased the taining five rooms situated on Cross GUARANTEED Board will attend the funeral in a street South Side Delightful loca- Â¬ body tion and all necessary conveniences In rear of Salenders Grooery FRANKFORT KENTUKOY U V Williams Pres Apply to Mrs Mary Brown Day Henry T Stanton 32 tf State Librarian No Money Required of Responsible Parties to Commence Treatment J M Wakefield W T Reading Prophylactic Darbys Jason Case Geo T Blackley Use it in every sick room Wil Sec keep the atmosphere pure and Convenient Dinner Pail wholesome removing all bad odors from any source Messrs Crutoher Starks are giv- Â¬ Will destroy all Disease Germs ing away with every cash sale of ten infection Irom all Fevers and all dollars one of Ehels nestable dinner contagious diseases pails which is one of the most con- Â¬ The eminent physician J Mari- Â¬ venient contrivances for working on Sims of New York says I men fishermen and others who de- Â¬ am convinced that Prof Darbys sire to take a lunch with them we Prophylactic Fluid is a most valu have ever seen It is composed of able disinfectant 21 several separate dishes and when empty can easily and quickly be put ANNOUNCEMENT together in a very small and conveni- Â¬ ent package When full the dishes We are authorized to announce LEE A OWEN to- Â¬ as a candidate to represent Franklin county In and cover are so firmly joined next GenerRepresentatives of House gether that nothing can spill or the theAssemblyofof Kentucky subject thethe action of to al different eatables become mixed if the Democratic party the pail upset It also has a coffee April 11 te flask and cup Drop into Messrs We are authorized to announco C H JULIAN Crutcher Starks and examine as a candidate for Representative of Franklin them they are the greatest trick county In the next Legislature supject to the ac-Â¬ out tion of tho Democratic party Texas claims to have a goose S sixty five years old Now we are not goose enough to believe that but we do know that Texas has 10000 peo- Â¬ ple who have been cured by the use of Dr Bulls Cough Syrup a sure cure FRANKLIN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS for coughs and colds Sahah Jaijvis Ac In Equity Vd Know ye not who would be free Ac themselves must strike the blow so Joun DnioiiTWELL Judgment the rendered By of the do not wait and suffer but put on above virtue at the November Term 1890 In will 1 your hat go to the nearest dealer sell at cause tale to the highest and best bidder public IBC and ask for Salvation Oil the great on The well known SURGEON and SPECIALIST of Cincinnati O formerly Resi Â¬ pain cure 25 cents 1 dent Physician of the Piiiiaoeipuia Gknebal Hospital and Physician-in-Ciiaro- b Way Won -- Is the finest cure in the world Hales Household Oint ment Â¬ It DWARD pi AAeocN iM oyei1 PECTICiLL lumber GasSteam Fitter Gas Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Closets c Â¬ O Not if you go through the world a dyspeptic Dr Ackers Dyspepsia Tablets are a positive cure for the worst forms of Dyspepsia Indiges Â¬ tion Flatulenoy and Constipation Guaranteed and sold by 9 J W Gayle Druggist IS LIFE WORTH GIVING of the Ohio Medicai Institute lias for the treatment of CHRONIC NERVOUS FEMALE At the Court house door In tho city of Frankfort as Bronohitis Catarrh Cough Rheumatism all Ky between the hours of 10 oclock a in and on a credit of six twelvo and Rectum Liver Kidneys Bladder Sexual Organs 3 oclock p m eighteen monthi In equal Installments the fol- of the Eye and Ear Deformities etc lowing property to wlt fcE WILL BE AT con A tract of land In Franklin county Ky Â¬ Â¬ day 4 89 J BOGMAN THE thirty years devoted his attention to diseases of the Stomach Bowels Heart Nerves and Brain diseases AND SURGICAL DISEASES such taining W S Saffell Miss Mary George Browder of this and Mr city and Mrs H M Stucky of Louis- Â¬ ville to mourn his loss The funeral will take place this afternoon at 2 oclock from his late residence on Shelbj street and the remains will be interred in the Cem- Â¬ ldrenMrs etery here The Board of School Trustees was in session when Professor Browdera death occured and as Boon as the sad news reached them the following res Â¬ olutions were prepared and adopted RESOLUTIONS OP THE IJOAKD OK TRUS Â¬ TEES OK THE PUNMO SCHOOL OK FHANKFOttT il Jarafaij At a meeting held Thursday night April 10th tho following resolutions were adopted Resolved That in tho death of Superintendent S P Browder the Board of Trustees of tho Public School of Frankfort recognize a it 1 pole known ai the Brlghtwll and has a comfortable and substantial a half stories containing six one It will cost you nothingand will sure- Â¬ dwellingand a und hall large cistern several large rooms and ly do you good if you have a Cough never falling springs on the farm six acres of apÂ¬ large orchard Cold or any trouble with Throat ple pear peach andcontaining of fruit of fine all kinds Chest or Lungs Dr Kings New Dis- Â¬ varieties the land Is well timbered and part in covery for Consumption Coughs and cultivation and grass folSaid tract Is more particularly Colds is guaranteed to give relief or lows viz Beginning at a cedardescribed as ashÂ¬ and black money will be paid back Sufferers corner to Robert Jayle on Briscoes line thence from La Grippe found it just the with Briscoes lino north J3 degrees east 70 poles to Briscoes original corner a thing and under its use had a speedy tree and buckeje thence with black oak sugar his original line and perfect recovery Try a sample north 63 denrees west 2 poles to 11 stako In u bottle at our expense and learn for branch on third original line thence north IB de yourself just how good a thing it is grees 1 passing twoawhite oaks about half way In 07 6 poles to black walnut thence north Trialbottlesfree at Phil Carpenters all degrees east 74Vi poles to u stake and stump 13Vj on Heams line thence bouthGG degrees east 70 Drug Store Large size 50c 100 poles to a planted stone Heams corner thence 3 with his line north 45 degrees east 12 poles toa lyim und Ironwood In Hearns spring branch tlionce down the same and with Its meanders south 87 degrees east 20 poles south 6714 degrees If yon are going west that tho east degrees east 12 poles xouth 1610poles south i poles south 63 degrees east poles south 3U St Louis Air Line run 21 degrees eust 14 poles south lMj degrees east 8 Louisville the finest trains in the world between poles south 33 degrees east 10 poles south GV Trains degrees east 13 poles to the mouth of Halls Louisville and St Louis a honey locust branch In all leaving at 810 a m daily equipped spring 11 degrees west 16 poles to to sugar tree and 4Gii poles south with Pullman perfected safty steam white oak ut the mouth of a branch on It Perrys with heated day coaches parlor and din Â¬ heirs line of three GO Tacre surveys thence cedar two west 34 ing cars Trains leaving Louisville the line of samecomers poles passing continued aune course as trees at 015 p m equipped with day In all marked to a cedtr tree thence north G7tfc 48 poles white coaches and Pullman drawing room degrees west 20 poles to a sugar tree anddegrees oak on tho side of a cliff thence south 65 sleepers Lick Branch to a white west 31 poles crossing If you wish comfort safty and 01k thence south 14 degiees west 110 poles to tho ouick time bo sure and call for tick Immediately Pur Possession will bo ets via tho Air Line Any information chaser to give bond given good and sulllclent Â¬ regarding maps rates otc will bo surety bearing Inteiest with dato to lmwi the fioiu foice and effect of a replevin bond A lien will promptly furnished by writing to be reserved on the property sold until all tho B L Bryant Now Try Tills 3 roods and Farm 47 Acres FRANKFORT KY WEDNESDAY MAY 6 03STB ZD--- y CAPITAL HOTEL OlfcTX-i-S- r Â¬ Dont Forget 10 tf Trav Pass Agt purclmso money is paid April 13 3t Louisville Ivy WM CKOMWWiL Muster Commissioner Persons consulting him should bring from two to four ounces of their urine in a clean bottle for cxumluutlou Patients treated by mail or express but whan posUblo personal consultation is prefer Â¬ able List of questions Kent on application All Consultations tarQsnenrionccj and Case Strictly Confidential of tuo United ii Address with Treatment fint C O D - sny aid Canada postage or rcnlit 3r C K BCGJ5JAK iox 703 Cincinnati 0 diayed HSf Consultation and Exarninaton Free And every fourch week thereafter Returning Every Fourth Week Thercmfter CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION IB FREE and lie will promptly tell youSfc all about your disease and tho prospects ot a cure Je undertakes no incurable cases LADIES afflicted with any of the ills peculiar to their sex may consult bim with per feet confidence und the assurance of coital n relief and permnnent cure Their cases will receive that kind and cousldorato attention which all will appreciate Ills treatment always proves satisfactory local irentment is soldom iiecoKxary Ovarian VnmorH lu their earlier stages cuied without pain or Instrumental interÂ¬ ference Sterility Is usually tho result of carelessness or Ignorance It can bo remedied Epilepsy or FltH cured by a never fulling treatment Deafness mnny casescau be cured Cancoro permanently removed from the most delicate organs by onr own peculiar method little or 110 ptin 110 loss of blood uoltnlfoor caustic the only positive cure Stricture Varicocele Hydrocele Spermatorrhea and till unnatural discharges permanently cured MEN of nil ages who suffer from I ndlRcretlonn and excesses vlll benefit by our counsel and treatment If they observe certain sodlmonts in tho urine or irritation of tho urinary organs they should consult us without delay Wc restore all such cases Th doctor treats with unfailing success all forms of Rectal DlHciiHesuch as Pile Flrttnlu FlNHnro and Ulceration ot tho Dlowrl by a method of his own discovery without pain or detention f 10m business lie guarantees all cases Early Interference Is considered the best of judgment in all cases and saves time money and health Tho succeHS attained in tho treaimont of tho cases which ho makes his specialty Is truly phenomenal Wonderful Cnrcs havo been effected lu old and difficult cases which havo baffled tho efforts of all othors h his rooms aro usually crowded it is Lottcr to call early in tho day to avoid being -- ptt