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THE FEMKFOBT ETOABOUT GEO A LEWI2 Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS KY TERMS 100 In Advance Volume XIV Pleasurevllle Â¬ i Is ftfl Another of Mr George Montgomerys children is suffering from a slight attack of diphtheria John Martin and wife of Oambolls burg visited relatives hero Saturday and Sunday Mr Harvie CamDbell and wife of Olayvillage spent a few days visiting friends and relatives here this week J Henry Hoagland returned a few days since from Winchester where he has been attending school N R John Magruder of the L R was in town last Sunday Capt E W Easley made a business States and on the Constitution of the trip to Frankfort last Tuesday Stato of Kentucky in force at tho Jamie the three year old son of time of the examination Tho New Henry Hall is the best bicycle rider State Constitution will be promptly in this vicinity printed and largely circulated The following J T Corloy had his left arm badly throughout the State and the scope bruised last Sunday caused by a fall will be the character of the examination from a bicycle On the origin of the Constitution J W Black was in Louisville Wed of the United States and on the ori- Â¬ nesday and Thursday gin of the Constitution of tho State Kentucky J K Hoagland is attending court ot On the fundamental principles of at New Castle this week government as embodied in each Prof Coleman has been very Bick Constitution for several weeks The distinction between the Gov- Â¬ A protracted meeting is in progress ernment of the United States and the government of a State and tho relaat the Baptist Church J W Reeves after plowing his gar Â¬ tion of each to the other County Superintendent den was compelled to go over it with m a spalding and napping hammers Pneumonia and break the clods Is the only disease which seems to Ed Long of Flag Fork passed through here Wednesday for Louis- Â¬ entirely baffle the physicians skill upon thousands dio Thousands ville annually that might be saved if they Â¬ J C Morris has a nice little ma use chine for roasting peanuts and of all would is athe medicine in the world specific for that dread things else he loves to run it you bet that disease viz Dr Halos Household Ointment which has saved the lives Ladies of hundreds of people after having Realize perhaps more fully than been given up by the physicians any one else the value of a clear and when both lungs were badly involved beautiful complexion and they also There is no remedy known to man know how difficult it is to retain that equals Dr Hales Household freshness and beauty when con- Â¬ Ointment for tho cure of Pneumonia fronted by so many diseases incident It cures tho soverest cases It to females that sap their strength and should be in every home in America undermine their health Science Price 25 and 50 cents per box Sold progreses There are two remedies at South Side drug store 4 P H Carpenter when used in connection will cure any case of female weakness of Bridgeport short or long standing and re- Â¬ store the individual to perfect health very quickly Dr Hales Household Mr C W Taylor has improved Ointment used in connection with since our last report Dr Hales Household Tea will ac- Â¬ Mr Colon Jones is about able to bo complish the desired result quicker up again after several weeks sick- Â¬ and better than any other known ness remedy Large size 50 cents sold at Mr Owen Lopp remains about as South Sido drug store usual 4 P H Carpenter Mrs Robert Magruder has suffered a great deal from the effects of a broken limb which she was so unEducational fortunate as to receive not long county after since A teacher of the Chester reading the decision of the Court of Mr indisposed Armstrong is very Appeals in the case mentioned below much sent us the following problem with a Miss Annie Armstrong is visiting request that it be published in this relatives in Lexington Mr E W Armstrong was so un- Â¬ column fortunate as to have his leg broken Problem A is selected school He was commissioner in 1883 he reports 61 Sunday night passing coming from Blakemores 3 each and in 1884 65 Alton and in schools at schools at 3 each He receives in distillery his horse became frighten Â¬ January 1884 60 in October 1884 ed and tell upon him He has suffer Â¬ 93 How much is due him on June ed a great deal but is now doing as 30th 1884 the end of the school well as should bo expected year The Bird of Wisdom Answer 12 For proof see de Â¬ cision of the Court of Appeals in the An owl sat up in a hickory tree case of J D Pickett State Superin Â¬ And said in an impudent manner tendent against Henry S Adams to mo Friday May 1st and Friday June Tor hoot ter hoot ter hoo 26th are the days sot for tho exami Â¬ I asked her politely You lovely nation of graduates of tho common old bird school course Have you of the Golden Dis- Â¬ Let every teacherin the county hav covery heard ing pupils who intend to be examined She milled her feathers and notify tho County Superintendent as spoke but a word early as possible as to tho number in That dreary monotonous Who tending to apply and the date they Dr Pierces Golden Medical Dis- Â¬ profor Wo hope and expect at least twenty live applications this year covery is a warranted lung liver and Teachers it devolves on you to en Â¬ blood remedy a powerful tonic and courage your pupils in this matter alterative and a reliable vitalizer for weak persons a panacea for scrofula See to it Tho State Board of Education has hip joint diseases fever sores swell Â¬ made tho following ruling for exami ings and tumors contains no alcohol and is a medicine without a peer nation ot teachers m iuturo Examination of Applicants for There is no risk in buying a guaran Â¬ Teachers Certificates These exami- Â¬ teed article Your money given back nations will of courso be formally if it dont benefit or cure held by tho County Board of Exam iners as provided by law on tho sub- - Tlie Kentucky Midland iects prescribed by law The scale of graduation is 100 A general average Capt J M Thomas has received a of 85 per cent but on no subject less letter from parties who are reported than 60 per cent will entitle an ap Â¬ responsible offering to construct tho plicant to a First Olass Certificate a Kentucky Midland from here to tho O road for percentage of 75 but on np subject Licking river on tho C less than 55 per cent to a Second tho unearned subscription and bonds Class Cortlficato a porcontago of 65 on tiio milengo It is said that this but on no subject loss than 50 per offer has boon made to tho Board of Directors at Frankfort Why do they cent to a Third Class Certificate Tho School History of Kentucky not accopt it or build tho road thorn by Hon Z F Smith is a toxt book solves Only eight moro months aro under United States History and availablo in which to collect tho sub Â¬ every applicant for a Teachers Cor scription of Bourbon Bourbon Neivs tificato must bo propared for exami Â¬ n A DUTY TO YOUKSISF nation undor it Tho of our Stato must bo educated is surprising that pooplo will use in tho special history of our State in a It common ordinary pill when thoy order to appreciate tho hardships can soouro a valuable English ono for and heroism of our pionoor fathers tho samo monoy Dr Aokors Eng Â¬ and mothers and tho work of our lish pills aro a positive euro for bIok people in giving character and con headaoho and all livor troubles Thoy soquonco to our Commonwealth aro small sweet easily taken and do Elements of Civil Government not gripe Examination on this subjoct will be 0 J W Gayle DruggiBt on tho Constitution of tho United Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ school-chil-dro- It Pays Baking Rdfol Powder Highest of all in Leavening Power T7 FRANKFORT APRIL 25 1891 Number 33 S Govt Report Ang j 1885 TO BTJ ST 3PR02uE- - ABSOLUTELY PURE Zilpali R K McCLURE WHO FOR THE Spring with all its boauty has come again Farmers aro busy preparing to get their crops on the way Mrs J O Moore who has been very ill with la grippe and pneumonia is improving at this writing Died At Scrabble last week Miss Is now receiving and opening the LARGEST AND MOST COM- Â¬ Emma Hulett daughter of Henry PLETE LINE of ladies mens misses and childrens Hulett after a long illness Miss Sidney Moore daughter of J T Moore this community is very ill at this writing with very little hopes of recovery Rev J A Head filled his regular appointment at Lebanon Saturday ana aunaay last David Edrington of this town who survived a loner and- severe attack of typhoid iever last mil is prjstraled with the same at present but is bet- Â¬ ter at this writing In Frankfort all of which will be sold at prices to suit the John Watkins with his bride attimes We have tended church at Lebanon Sunday last Edmund Pool of this place has moved one mile north of here to John Skeltons house G D Mooro of Henry county vis Â¬ ited relatives in this vicinity Satur- Â¬ day and Sunday last James Eblin and wife and Mrs Dale of Shelbyville are visiting rela- Â¬ For men boys and children DERBY STRAW AND FELT tives in this community Mrs Margaret Jones and daugther Miss Mattie and Mrs Victor Gordon and her son Master Willie visited Price Deakins Tuesday last W B Moore visited Frankfort this CI H OES Â¬ HATS HATS weok Rumor says one of our townsmen will secure the services of a house- Â¬ keeper and bride in the near future We congratulate him on his success It is very lovely to work in a shop and cook and wash for yourself Books and Stationery Remember the old stand U V4 Close Observer In consequence of winter diet and lack of open air exercise the whole physical mechanism becomes im- Â¬ paired Ayers Sarsaparilla is tho proper remedy in the spring of the year to strengthen the appetite in- Â¬ vigorate the system and expel all impurities from the blood 212 ST CLAIR ST And go there when you want to buy nveststin in uLzriroyss Carriages fc JtrLoLO retires ctiid ZBTxererxoss- IS THEfPLACE 4 Bros Plieatons ZEOS- i HillllIl iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiB I lJtiiiMWUWWWJiilJjiiiiuiiiiww riH PI All m flask O CA C 3C CD CD --s 2 3 A sties of hand made t M mi m i Harness Saddles Buggy Dusters Fly Bets Horse Boots and m other Turf Goods isjfflr Personal Judgo and Mrs Wm Lindsay are at Lookout Mountain Mr W L Wayts of Georgetown was in the oity Thursday Mrs Kate Smith of Ohio is visit ing friends and relatives in this city Mrs Sam Bush of Louisville is visiting Mrs Geo F Berry on the Â¬ South Side Oapt Sam M Gaines editor of the Maysville Commonweal was in the oity Tuesday Miss Mattie Kelly of Stamping Ground is visiting Miss Lena Kirt ley in this city Mr Frank Church and daughter of Live Oak county Texas are visiting bis parents in this county Mr U Keenon returned Wednes Â¬ day from a two weeks trip to the headwaters of the Kentucky Miss Nellie Theobald whose tem- Â¬ porary residence is in Louisville is at her home in this city on a short visit Mrs L P Tarlton and daughter Miss Christine Reynolds have been visiting friends in Lexington this the first session of the fifty first Con Â¬ gress the city county and Railroad Company are liable to a fine of 5 000 for every month the bridges fire allowed to remain as obstructions to navigation after they are notified to raise the same and this meeting is for the purpose of inducing if pos- Â¬ sible the owners of the bridges com- Â¬ plained of to raise them sufficiently high as not to interfere with the pas Â¬ sage of boats It is only a question of time as to when the bridges will have to be raised as the law will bo enforced by the Government and it is to be hoped Religious We would be greatly obliged to the ministers and officers ot churches In the city if they would furnish us with any announcement t which they may wish madcl Mr Darsie will preach at the Christian Church at Graefenburg to morrow at 3 p m Rev H G Henderson will preach for known to mo at Cedar Chapel Methodist Church to morrow morning at 11 oclock Infants and Children T Bour Stomach Diarrhoea Eructation Killa Worms ires Bleep and promote Without injurious medlcatloa ICuteriftWMwen adapted to children thai I recommend it m superior to any prescription H A Axchxx II D 111 So Oxford St Brookljn N Caatoria eves Colic Ooosttpatf on di- - that an understanding maybe arrived Rev W C Taylor the pastor will at during the meeting which will be occupy his pulpit at the Baptist satisfactory to all parties and a Church to morrow morning at 11 lengthy and expensive law suit avoided Â¬ oclock a m and 730 p m Patronize a Home Institu Â¬ tion The Frankfort Brewing Co are now manufacturing as finebeer as is made anywhere and as the company is a homo institution they should havo the patronage of our local deal Â¬ ers They are now manufacturing a a new grade of beer which they will introduce to the trade in a few days and hope that every dealer in the city will give it a trial They are also manufacturing a fine grade of ex- Â¬ The usual services at Ascension Church to morrow morning at 11 oclock and 730 p mwillbe conducted by Rev E A Penick the rector The use of lCastoria is bo nnlrersal and Ita merits so well known that it aeema a work of supererogation to endorse It Few are the Intelligent imlHoe who do not keep Castorla within easy reach New York City Late Pastor Bloomlngdale Bet orxned Church M For sereral years I hare recommended your Castorla and shall always continue to do so as it baa invariably produced beneficial result The Wlntfcrop EnwiH F Pirdct V D 125th Street and 7th Ave New York City Â¬ Thb Ckjwato Cokpakt 77 Motoit Stbmt New York Rev W G Neville the pastor will occupy his pulpit at the Southern to morrow Church Presbyterian morning at 11 oclock and 730 p m as usual Rev J McClusky Blayney D D will occupy his pulpit at the First Church to morrow Presbyterian morning at 11 oclock and at 730 p m as usual QgKrOJl week j HEfttccltB Wf l5 v UUN5LN5riUNLTOFlflI Ixt IK from all a m Mr H M Stucky and wife and Anderson county is our neighbor The Epworth League convenes in Mrs S M Bernard of Louisville and friend and while she has plenty the class room at 645 p m who came up to attend the funeral of good timber we think she could of Prof S P Browder returned not do better than Thos H Hanks As the seventy second anniversary home Monday afternoon of the institution of Odd Fellowship Carving Match away occurs to morrow April 26th Capital Dr W H Hall who has been business several weeks on from his Lodge No 6 will hold a memorial account of the grip is out again and Tuesday evening about 8 oclock a service at their hall at 3 oclock in will be able to resume his duties in difficulty occurred on St Clair street the afternoon The services will his store in a few days A E in which Messrs Sam Salyers and be conducted by Rev Buck Johnson were stabbed by Penick All the other ministers of Rev J McClusky Blayney D D and Mr E L Samuel attended the Eli Gardner who keeps a grocery on the city and the public generally are meeting of Ebinezer Presbytery at the corner of Cross and Murray cordially invited to attend The following account of Danville this week as the delegates streets the difficulty was given the Round- Â¬ The union revival services being from the First Presbyterian Chirch about by one of the participants held in this city by the various co- Â¬ in thin city Salyers and Gardner were standing operating Churches were held the first Mr Wm M Holeman foreman at together talking and seemed to be this week at the Southern Presbythe Capital office who has been quite having some words about a sum of of terian Church and at the Methodist ill at the residence of hiB mother in money when Johnson and Al Clark Ohureh the latter part The meet- Â¬ this city for several weeks left came up Clark saw a five dollar bill ings have been very largely attended Thursday for his home in Louisville lying near Salyers and Gardner and have been the means of working to recuperate picked it up saying Here whats a cordial feeling of Christian fellowSeeing the money in Clarks ship among the different denomi- Â¬ Rev W G Neville and Mr Joseph this Robinson went to Louisville Wednes Â¬ hands Gardner remarked to Salyer3 nations engaged in tho evangelistic day afternoon to attend the meeting There that d n s n of a b h is movement of Louisville Presbytery as represen- Â¬ going off with your money now Tho services will be conducted at Johnson hearing the remark col- Â¬ the Methodist Church this evening tatives of the Southern Presbyterian lared Gardner telling him ho should Rev George Darsie of the Christian Church in this city not speak of his friend in that way Church delivering thu discourse Clark caught hold of These meetings will Salvers South Side Property Sold Johnson and attempted to stop tho next week at the First be continued and Presbyterian difficulty In the scufile Gardner Church Mr Jas S Magill has purchased drew a knife and stabbed Johnson in The various Churches will hold from Mrs T J Chesnutt the house the side leaving the knife sticking their respective services to morrow and lot on the northwest corner of in tho wound Johnson pulled the Cross and Main streets and will knife out dropped it and knocked Wooclsitle Farm shortly occupy the same Gardner down Salyers and Clark still clinging to him Gardner got Mr Clnroncv S Uato of Harrods up got possession of the knife again Creek honds the following Your Students Will Address and in attempting to stab Johnson a trial box ui Quinns Ointment has me wonderfully I used it to Mr Salyers in tho pleased incipient remove Fistula of Withers Rev George Darsie delivers the second time cut This is the universal expression of address before the graduating class right arm andinbreast Â¬ Tho of Hamilton Female College LexingÂ¬ trated wound Johnsons side penea those who are using tuinns Uint ment the hollow but was not of ton May 27th before the graduates prevent him from atÂ¬ to and undergraduates of West College character to tending his duties the next Good Looks Mayfleld June 4th and is one of the day but Mr Salyers wounds were of speakers at the celebration of the Good looks are more than skin Jubilee of Bethany College W Va a more serious character and he has deep depending upon a healthy con- Â¬ since been confined to the house dition of all the vital organs If the his alma mater June 17th Gardner was arrested and will havo Liver be inactive you have a Bilious TnnU an examining trial next Wednesday vou if vnnr ntomach be disordered have a Dyspeptic Look and if Bridges moving on your kidneys be afflicted you havo a Secure good health Pinched Look The Well Known Elec- Â¬ and you will have good looks D W Lockwood U S Engi- Â¬ Major Remedies is the great alterative and tric Bitters neers will be in the city on the 20th Tonic acts directly on theso vital or- Â¬ Foleys Honey and Tar for May and has notified the river and colds Foleys Cream for coughs gans Cures Pinples Blotches Boils of rough Sold men who havo complained of the nesB of tho skin chapped hands etc and gives a good complexion N Railroad Clinic Blood Purifier and Clinic Kid Â¬ at Phil Carpenters Drug Store 4 Clair street and L St now sale ney Cure Le bridges in this city and the Coon Compto areGayloonCo by Tholarge The bridge on the Short Line being patronage those preparations havo skin obstructions to navigation to meet secuied springs from their intrinsic him at the CuBtom House on that merits as remedial agents When afflicted by ailments for which they are day WADE UP AS A STRAY nY O recommended you will do well to try rnAKKNBenson depot Franklin countyD Ky one neur The Mayor County Judgo and Rail them 18 0m roam heifer two years old which 1 have up- road officials havo been notified to prulsed ut tlfteen dollars J D MOORE J r 0 attend the mooting A cony Attest Children Cryfor Pitchers Castorla N B Smith 0 P C 0 Under the amended actpassod at Â¬ Â¬ The usual services at the Church of the Good Shepherd to morrow will Dr Howard Dehonej has returned be conducted by Rev Father Gorey from Philadelphia where he has been We see from the Anderson News the pastor attending medical college during the that Col Thos H Hanks has acceptFirst mass at 8 a m Second past winter 1030 a m Vespers at 3 ed a call to become n candidate for mass Miss Christine Reynolds of this the Legislature Col Hanks was p m county was one of the bridesmaids Andersons delegate to the Constitu at the Judson Clay wedding in Lex- Â¬ tional Convention and no member of Rev George Darsie preaches at the ington Wednesday evoning that able body possessed to a higher Christian Church to morrow at 11 M A Fahy and Miss Josie degree its confidence and esteem and 730 as usual Mrs Ryan who have been spending the The next Legislature will in all The Young Peoples Society of winter with Mrs John Meacrher have probability have to deal with Christian Endeavor meets in the gone to Dubuque Iowa to visit i problems under the now Constitu- - chapel at 7 p m tion and men of sound judgment friends and ripe experience should be Mr Thos Nelson Page of Rich Â¬ chosen Col Hanks was a universal Rev H G Henderson A M will mond Virginia the celebrated wri- Â¬ favorite with the Convention his preach at the Methodise Church ter spent Friday and Saturday of last fairness in debate and courteous de- to morrow morning at 11 oclock vMjJAfiV week in this city the guest of Gov meanor winning golden opinions and 730 pm The Sunday school meets at 930 Buckner Mrs Jos B Lewis and children of Louisville spent several days in this port bottle beer city the first of the week visiting URE relatives Col Thos H Hanks niir US OLDS 5 frllS CELEBRATED HAS REMEW KEN USU WITH SUCCESS WRTHEIAST 20 YEARS COR SAIE EVERYWHERE Â¬ ONSUMPTIONs JAY-EYE-S- EE Mr J I Case Hickory Grovo Form homo of Ituclne Wis Bays Alter tryinj every known remedy I removed a lurfro Hunch u of two years standing lrom u 3 year old lilly with threes applications of Jay-Eye-S- QUINNS of GINTHF Â¬ TBAiin Mxrrc or heard S s heartily recommend it to all Horsemen Wo havo hundreds of such tcstimonialr iTCitiafcAJij2a for It rrlccS150lcr bottle 3c Asli your druggist for trialIfl o box stamps or silver does not keep It scad us CO Whitehall K X W B EDDY -- It Is thohest preparation I haveoveriuoil 1 CHANGE OF LOCATION We have opened n new store at the old Gwln stand on tho corner of Main and Lewis streets opposite the Farmers Bank and will move our entire business there about the flrht of July We will bundle everything In the HARDWARE LINE also a full hue of We will retain the building we now occupy on Broadway until July 1st and will sell the entire stock contained In same umountlng to about 12000 at at our new store an entire NEW STOCK OF commodate our customers ut eltheripluce We have opened Greatly Reduced Prices GOODS and will be glad to ac Â¬ S J 13 THOMPSON -- IS PREPARED TO FILL ALL ORDERS FOR- - RoseDuas Cut Flowers ana Flora Deigns -- FOB Funerals 261 SWm Telephone Oonnectloaa to Old Point Com Â¬ Â¬ Weddings Ky West Jefferson Street - - - Louisville fort Va Only On and Re turn feg the the Popular riiiviiBiiMriHii Tuesday July 21st a special Â¬ train will be run to Old Point Com fort from Lexington under the auspices of the Missionary Society of the Main street Christian Church Only 13 for the round trip and special low rates at the Hygeia Hotel for those who go on this excursion THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST Make your arrangements to go as this will be the cheapest and most to New Orleans desirable excursion from Lexington this season Time 25 Hours Tickets good to return until AuguBt Entre Trains Dainge Car Day Coacbe Sleepers run through without change 8th and holders may stop at any of THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST the Virginia resorts on return trip see or ad Â¬ Georgetown to Jacksonville Ala For explanatory circular dress any railroad agent or Time 26 Hours Â¬ fimmmimmiFmts 3l n it 2S tegta G W V G Barney H Boswell A Delonq G A Througl Meepers without change The Short line between Cincinnati und Time 2Va Hours Lexinoton Ky TKNV KNOXYILLK AK1IKVIILK NO CHArTANOOUATKNN VI 17 11 ATLANTA Ghas L Brown P Lexington Ky Gi Stray Notice Â¬ to sell Nursery SALESMEN All ioods warranted stock UUHN Permanent FIRST CLASS pleasant prolltable positions for expenses paid Good salaries and the rlchtnieii No weekly Liberal Inducements to beginners Outfit free previous experience necessury Write for terms giving ape CHARLES H CHASE Nurseryman Rochester Mention this paper NY INI Direct Connections at port for Texan Mexico and California Leave Frankfort via Kentucky Midland Railway via Georgetown 510 a murrlvcClucInuatllO25 a m Quicker than any other lino All trains arrive at depurttrom Central Union Depot Cincinnati For Rutes Maps c udriredf New Orloainand Shreve FRANK W WOOLLEY HtHMINUHAM ALA li 15 OOHARVEY Vloa Pred Truvellng Pass Agt Loxlngton Ky Mar 21 8t CINCINNATI DGEDWARDS O G P T A i 4 Farmers i -- Supply Is headquarters for everything wanted on a farm House BPRWPIPh V - Buggies Harness and Farm Machines To be found in Central Kentucky and at prices not to be duplicated Double Shovel Plows at Collar Pads three hook at Good Leather Collars 2 buckle at WE CLAJEEEB2 TKE LASG BST XjXETE OF n Oliver Chilled Plow at Hand Made Saddles and Harness Mowers and Binder Twine a specialty Come and see us and we will save you money Opposite Court house O KL Buggy Dusters Fly Nets 850 200 v40c 150 Deering Binders and CRIJTOKIKL to CO Ktm Among the Colored zeus Cltl- Â¬ Â¬ Tlie Old Veterans Coming Miles Â¬ Nerve and Ilver u pupils Owing to the late- Â¬ ness of the hour at which wo prepare our column this week we are unable to give further particulars but the concert will be repeated at the Opera meeting his comrades of thirty ttourb on the 8th of May and our citizens will have another opportuni- Â¬ years ago The organization is not a ty to judge for themselves if we are political one but a fraternal body not correct and it is hoped our citizens will give be a May festival at the old veterans a cordial welcome There will Halys Hall on the night of tho 8th and make them feel at home during prox See the small bills their 60journ in our midst political meeting which was The to have been held at the Colored Ohurch in South Frankfort Thursday itsThe promptness and certainty of cures nave made lfisfc was oostDoned until next Cough Remedy famous UhamberlainsÂ¬ It is Thursday on account of tho revival ed especially for coughs coldsintendcroup The meeting for tho purpose of or- Â¬ and whooping cough and is the most ganizing a literary society was also effectual remedy known for these dispostponed until next Friday when eases 50 cent bottles for sale by J 30 lm the Rev Credit and others will be W Gayle in the organization present to assist Quite a number of tho young peoIf your watch does not run correct ple were at the residence of Miss dont fume and fret but take it to Martha Williams on the South Side Coppersmith the jeweler and have last Saturday night to meet Misses it properly repaired Estoll and Smith of Lexington It was a very enjoyable occasion The young ladies left for their home Sunday afternoon I3ST 3ML22vOTlTL2SJL large crowd of pleasure--seeker- s Mr Quite a John residence In wero out to Jtfr Henry Wil- Â¬ Bridgeport onJenkins died at hisApril 9th 1891 Thursday morning liams Tuesday night and all enjoyed utter a protracted Illness of several months Tho Mibject or this notice was born August themselves hugely 15th 1810 Tnal School Â¬ Â¬ The concert at the First Independent Baptist Ohurch last week excelled any heretofore given by the Nor discovery Next Wednesday the Grand En- onAn importantstomach andThey act the liver bowels campment of the G A R will meet through the nerves A new principle in this city and many an old soldier They speedily cure billiousness bad UNDER PREVAILING CONDITIONS MANY don n cil fnloitii ir iiicna merely will come to this city for the purpose taste torpid liver piles and constipa because the owners fall to take raeasuresto pie- Splendid for men women and tion of taking a look at tho battle flags children Smallest mildest surest acia lueirueauu which he followed during the dark 60 doses for 25 cents Samples free at DR HAAS 45 ly 01 to 65 and enjoy J W Gayles Frankfort Ky days from Pills Doomed Deal JOS Shortest and quickest between CINCINNATI Only AND FRANKFORT of engraving W L Coppersmith does all kinds drect line between and Guaranteed Cure for La Grippe I Frankfort Geerjehwa Paris Fal- Car Â¬ - We authorize our advertised drug Â¬ gist to sell you Dr Kings New Dis covery lor Consumption Coughs and log Remedy Colds upon this condition If you are afflicted with La Grippe and will fUsed successfully for IS vpnrO Will Arrest Disease Preent Disease use this remedy according to di- Expel Worms Stop the rections giving it a fair trial and Flesh and Hasten Maturity Cough Increase the 250 experience no benefit you may return PRICKS 125 and 50c perpkg 251b the bottle and have your money cans S1250 The largest packages arethecheap refunded Wo make this offer be- Â¬ est For Sale by cause of the wonderful success of Dr Kings New Discovery during last seasons epidomic Have heard of no case in which it failed Try it FRANKFORT KY Trial bottles free at Phil Carpenters Ask for Testimonials Drug Store Large size 50c 100 noEOligy 4 25 a pamphlet on swine will id Pn lisle hjirilh Cyathiana Covington VIA KY rah and ASK FOR TICKETS Â¬ MIDLAND tiiiis in ir iimu siiioui hie TIME TABLE DEC A M 1G J 1830 1 W G AYLE S Ind M pm No 7 Mixed 12 N 12 25 12 43 1 TRAINS EAST Lv Frankfort No 1 Pass 5 45 5 68 Pass 3 3 3 3 3 No 3 00 12 20 31 53 O - - DO NOT SUFFER ANY LONGER stamp be mailed to any address on receipt of a two cent Elkhom Swltzer Joe Haas V reouired and it Iuib invariably given him prompt rolief 25 and 50 cent J W Gayle bottles for sale by Special salo of black wool dress goods Monday Tuesday and Wed Â¬ Liberal nesday 27th 28th and 29th discount given Price for the abovo dates only 33 lt Sam D Johnson Co Diarrhoea Remedy whonover occasion For years tho editor of tho Burling- Â¬ ton Junction Mo Post has been subject to cramp colic or fits of indi- Â¬ gestion which prostrated him for several hours and unfitted him for business for two or throe days For tho past year ho has been using Chamberlains Colic Cholera and and was baptised with his wife Into the fellowship of South Benson Church Perhaps no man was held In higher esteem owing to his traits of character Temperate In all things noted for firmness In conviction of right honest with his tellowmen In nil of his dealings His word was as good ns a bond and when he ut Â¬ tered a htatement it could be relied on with the utmost fidelity No one doubted his voracity Blessed with n remarkable physical condition which enabled him to apply himself faithfully to the duties of llr Ho was never content to be Idle and was happiest when lit tho perform ance of his duty He was In the true sense of the word a moral upright Christian gentleman During many weary months he lived and lan Â¬ guished and with that prophetic vision which often seems to grow stronger and brighter as one approaches the darkness of thn river he saw the end with placid courage and calm reposo He leaves live children six grand children and three great grandchlleren to mourn his loss Tho funeral sermoiiwns delivered by Rev BFHun gerford from the text And now Lord what wait I for my hope Is In Thee after which the large concourse of sorrowing friends that followed him to the gravo attested the high regard In which he was held by tho entire community He rests from his labors and his works do follow him W II P Indianapolis Knowing that a cough can bo Mar 7 Gm oheoked in a day and tho first stages of consumption broken in a week wo horebv eruaranten Dr AnlroWn Vn glish Cough Remedy and will refund 1ST MONDAY IN MAY AT 12 OCLOCK WE marred In 1832made a profession of re- the money to all who buy take it as ON sell on the street In Frankfort our eight ligion In 1812 under the preaching of Father per directions and do not find our horso thresher and engine complete Billy Hickman FOR SALE Wash Ckotchkr Ar Lv Ar Lv Georgetown Georgtn via Q Staraplcg round C 6 23 607 650 7 24 10 15 6 55 7 11 7 22 7 41 7 53 07 J Cincinnati 4 03 4 4 4 4 03 20 31 147 306 600 2 05 2 25 2 45 3 18 4 25 6 37 6 45 statement correct 0 J W Gayle Druggist Aprl ll 4t W T CltUTCUElt L Chutciieh Covington Ar Cincinnati Lv Paris via K C Ar Maysvllle Lv Paris via K Centrevllle Ar Paris Lv Paris via K C Georgetown Newtown 50 10 44 10 50 7 55 8 13 10 10 11 27 n 5ra Carlisle Dont Forget If yon are going west that the Louisville NOTIQE1 Franklin Cocht op Common Pleas Winchester Ar Richmond A p in 12 10 35 m 5 37 6 25 7 55 5 37 6 15 7 20 1 m M M r M St Louis Air Lino run MARGARET SHEEHAN udmr Ac No 2 No 4 No 8 No 12 the ilnest trains in tho world between vs TRAINS WEST Equity Pass Pass Mix Mix Louisvillo and St Louis Trains ELLEN SHEEMAN Ac train train train train leaving at 810 a m daily equipped PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST 1 10 with Pullman perfected safty steam ALL estate of Margaret Sheehan deceased are Lv Richmond via KC 6 15 1 05 7 58 Winchester proven Paris hereby notllied to 7 48 2 33 heated day coaches parlor and din- Â¬ as required by lawproduce the same to me day on or before the first of Lv Maysvllle via K C 5 20 1 50 ing cars Trains leaving Louisvillo 1891 6 50 Carlisle 3 20 at 915 p m equipped with day May WM CROMWELL Com 7 40 Ar Parts 4 10 Apr4 4t F C C P coaches and Pullman drawing room safty and quick time bo sure and call for tick ets via tho Air Lino Any information regarding maps rates etc will bo promptly furnished by writing to sleepers If you wish comfort EVERYTHING -- Lv Cincinnati via Covington KC Ar FOR THE- - B L Lace Curtains We offer our entire stock at cost to close 33 lt Sam D Johnson Co -- 10 tf Trav Pass Agt Bryant Louisvillo Ky Children Cry for Pitchers Castorfo W L Dissolution Notice Ladles muslin underwaro at cost to olose our stook 33 lt Sam DJohnson Co THE lias mrision in workmanship on anything sent Sargentsold been dissolved Uliave all my Interest ntrusted to his care J A Williams April 18 1891 Coppersmith invites a cora- - FIRM HITHERTO KNOWN AS AUBREY by mutual con Â¬ fruit A strawberry and general nursery cata Â¬ In said Unit to logue on application to U F HILLENMEYER Feb 2l 3m Lexlngtou Ky 332t HERBERT SARGENT THE GROW you need trees plants and vines You will save money and get stock true to name We pay no agents but sell direct to the planter Millions of trees plants and vines are bearing everywhere In Kentucky and Judge in by their NOT WHY when BUY DIRECT FnOM 8 50 Centrevllle Newtown 902 Ar Georgetown 9 20 Lv Clntl via Q AC 7 00 Ar Georgetown 9 52 L Georgetown 9 5 Stamping Ground 10 19 Swltzer 10 86 Paris Paris 8 30 2 2 5 6 6 6 7 20 26 37 00 25 89 01 4 50 5 20 B85 5 55 I Ar Elkhorn Frankfort 10 44 11 7 06 7 31 7 47 7 55 00 8 10 6 7 7 8 8 50 29 55 15 45 TRAINS DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY HOWARD ORBISON Agent GEO B JURPKR Gen Superintendent VERNON CLARK General Passenger Agent CLAUDEXBOWLS Sm CltytTIcketrAgent FRANKFORT KY GENERAL OFFICES ffff iiklf tWftVil imliilliiiiiiM mil nil i liilili mi litf M FKAflKFOfiT ROUNDABOUT Batered at tbe post oMce at Fraukfbrt Kentucky as second class mailable matter EO A S man on a freight train and was stand Â¬ ing upon one of the cars when the wind blew his hatoff and in endeavoring to catch it lost his balance fell and rolled from the car while the train was running rapidly He fell into a pile of logs his skull was fractured both legs and arms were bro- Â¬ ken He lived only a short time after he was picked up by the train crew Â¬ Â¬ Kentucky River Improve A Card ment Â¬ to the Public WJCHINN JnnDO ly JR Of-Â¬ v LEWIS Editor and Publisher APRIL 25 FRAKKFORT 1891 Jumped from the Train was coming to this city Tuesday N train No 21 afternoon on L having in charge Archie Downard sentenced to the Penitentiary for life for the murder of Marshal Vogelsong ofFalmouth and William Bowers a negro sent for housebreaking and The sheriff of Pendleton comity pot Downard asked to be allowed to go to the water closet when the sheriff accompanied him to the door As and took a seat on the outside soon as Downard got inside he lock- Â¬ ed the door raised the window and jumped out while the train was running at the rate of about 30 miles an hour As soon as the sheriff discovered his prisoner was gone he had the train stopped he and his guard got off and went back to where Downard was seen lying in a rock pile where he had fallen He was knocked sense Â¬ less by the fall and his head badly cut but was not seriously injured He was revived and taken to Midway In their haste the officers forgot the negro prisoner and left him sit ting in the train The conductor brought him on to Midway and turn Â¬ ed him over to the marshal of that place Both prisoners were brought O train that to this city on the 0 lodged in the Penitentiary night and jnst after the train left Paynes De- Â¬ Major D W Lockwood U S Engi Â¬ neer in charge of the rivers in Ken Â¬ tucky came over from Cincinnati on Tuesday and made a trip up to tho location of tho new lock to bo called No 0 near Oregon While here he gave the necessary instructions for beginning work at that point just as soon as the stage of water in the Get One Call river will pormit We have a small lot of the lists of In his report submitted to the War entries for the spring meeting of the Department of operations last Kentucky Association at Lexington month is tho following in relation to which wero left with us for distribu- Â¬ the work upon the Kentucky river Those interested in running tion Kentucky river Locks and dams to Amount expended on races should call and get them The Beattyvillo meeting begins on the 28th inst and this project to end of fiscal year 116367734 Unexpended balance at closes on the 11th of May end of fiscal year including appro- Â¬ QUESTION OF CAPITAL RKMOVAL been decided by the Constitutional we may shortly expect a boom In Red 1 state In Frankfort However for n short time I will continue to offer for sale lots on Ar senil Hill 1 now have three lots each 150 feet deep and fronting 60 feet on tho Versailles turn Â¬ pike and also a few lots on Arlington Avenue For particulars call on April 18 1 in John B Lindset THE Convention Will practice in all State Courts fice second floor Custom House Assignees Notice KNOWING THEMSELVES In Â¬ to the firm of B 11 SIcCoy Co as Â¬ signed are requested to come forward and settle their Indebtedness And the creditors of said firm are hereby notified to present their claims to tho undersigned proven as renulrod by law on or before July 1st 1891 J W OAYLE and Alliance Men Attention ALL PERSON Vd form the brothers throughout the county that Assignee of B H McCoy Co my bond lias been tiled mid that I am prepared Mar 28 Sm to serve their Interest fully As such I am In pos Â¬ session of special rates from the largest houses In Frank Ibold E B BAttSTOW the country and shall make It my purpose to President Sec and Trena- Â¬ serve your Interest to tho best of my ability Ad Duymh il T BABJMT either hi anything that you have to sell or buy Vice President Superintendent In accordance with the purpose of our order I can be found BEEN ELECTED COUNTY Busi Â¬ HAVINGAgent at our last Union I wish to In Â¬ April ll 2t at D WB ROBINSON L Haly hardware store The Standard ftiirjii M Co And Still Another Joseph Robinson is making preparations to begin the erection of a neat residence upon the lot he purchased from Col L P Tarlton on Steele street opposite the resi- Â¬ dence of Judge Alvin Duvall When completed Mr Robinson will leave his farm and come to this city to reside Mr Formerly tho Standard Prlntlnglnk Works priation of September 1890 185260 99 Expended last month 192040 MANUFACTURERS O- FThe operations include work on the PRINTINCAND LITHOGRAPHIC INKS 9 Beattyvillo lock the Beattyville dam VARNISHESFTC Franklin Coukt of Common Plhas etc Work is mapped out extensive- Â¬ 108 Canal Cincinnati Ohio une28 ly GEORGE S GREENS Asslcnee ly for the next few months vs Equity Kentucky river Preservation and GEORGE S GREENS Creditors I maintenance of navigation from its ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST WM estate of Geo S Green Insolvent are mouth to Oregon Ky a distance of to the same me proven W ninety nine miles for a draught of hereby notified law produce before theto 1st day of ATTORN on or as required by six feet Amount available over fiscal May lbOl WM CROMWELL Com year Expended last 5334605 Apr4 lt FCC P RBAI ESTATE AGBNT month 201544 The work of build- Â¬ ing locks and dams will be pushed PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF NOTICE CROMWELL EY-AT-LA- Judge Holt to Speak Chief Justice W H Holt of the Court of Appeals will leave to day for Murphysboro Illinois where he will address the Inter State Associa- Â¬ tion of Odd Fellows composed of the Lodges in Western Kentucky Southern Illinois and Indiana upon the subject of Odd Fellowship on Monday Judge Holt is a Past Grand Master of the Order Married at New Albany Mr Carlton Graham and Miss Mag Â¬ gie Clarke of this city were married in New Albany Indiana on Wednes- Â¬ day the Rev I B Timberlake officÂ¬ ALESMEy EV WANTED BARRY will also giro special attention to the purchase and sale of real estate collection of nta claims Franklin and the adjoining counties and and the tegotlatioa of loans r To sell our Choice EXPENSES or liberal commission and steady work for earnest workers Write AT C3STCJBSALARY and Nursery Stock 1nn9 lv H G MATTEEN THE- - Mr Lee A Owens who is a candi- Â¬ Dr Sam E James of this city has date for the Democratic nomination made a fifty volt electric dynamo for Representative of Franklin and now has it in successful opera- - county in the next Legislature tion After reading in the supple- Â¬ wishes his friends to understand that ment of the Scientific American last he is on the track to stay until his July a full description of how dyna party determines whether he or one Anos are constructed the Doctor be of his competitors is their choice for came very much interested and set the position and does not intend to to work to make one He sent and withdraw all reports to the contrary Home Made Dynaino On to Stay Rochester IT 7 The fair young bride is a most ex- Â¬ MyMSfi58r Mar 7 t young lady who has only cellent been a citizen of this city for a year KENTUCKY CO RAILWAY UNION or more but has made many friends during her residence here The groom TIME CARD is just one of the best boys Frankfort EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 21ST 1890 GOING EAST ever produced will prove a 300 p in model husband and we congratulate Leave Lexington 400 p m Leave Winchester the young lady who has been so for-Â¬ Leave Clay City 451 p m 6 25 p m Lumber Point tunate as to capture his heart For Arrive Three Forks C 30 p m Arrive fivo years he was an employe of this Leave Three Forks 1130 a m 125 p m office and no more perfect gentleman Arrive Elkatawa GOING WEST ever handled stick and rule Heres 835 a m Leve to you Lengthy may you live forever Arrive Elkatawa 1030 n m Three Forks and your happiness increase with Leave Three Forks 600 a m 605 a m Arrive Lumber Point every year 7 37 a in Arrive Clay City iating X ELLWANGER Ftititnittr 334 MAIN STREET FRANKFOKT KY R I l got the necessary castings magnets c dressed them up on a lathe he has put them together wound the wire coils and in fact did all the work except having the magnets bored out He then took it down to Messrs Jones Brothers machine shop set it up and connected it with the machi nery and it runs beautifully It only requires a one horse power engine to drive it and runs eight in- Â¬ candescent lights of sixteen candle power The Doctor proposes to use it for experiments It is on exhibi tion at Messrs Jones Brothers ma chine shop where it can be seen by those interested in such matters Dr James is a man of varied ac- Â¬ complishments In addition to being a first class physician he is quite an artist some of his pictures having been highly complimented and is a natural mechanic Â¬ notwithstanding Advertised Letters Below will be found a list of advertised letters for the week ending April 25th 1891 Arrive Winchester Arrive Lexington An Early Wedding oclock Wednesday morning At Mr Chas S Mathews of Shelby ville and MissMattie Cox daughter of Mr Jos Cox of this city were married at the residence of the brides parents on Third street Rev W 0 Taylor of the Baptist Church officiating The young couple left on the 6 oclock train for Louisville Among those present to witness the ceremony were Misses Alice Jessie and Amelia Petrie and Mr Robert Rowden of Shelbyville 5 m b30 a in 9 30 a m Connections made at Lumber Point with steamer for Benttjvllle Elkatawa Is nearest station to Jackson Ky Trains between Three Forks and Lexington run dally between Three Forks und Klkatuwu dally Sundays excepted COMPANY IMAM M IF J L MURPHY Bivins Aron Bates Pomp Cox Lucy Craven L F Colemnn Mnry Clarke Snrah A Cole Wm Frankfort High School Honors for April 10 the week ending SENIOR CLASS Vuise Elexnnder Willis E D Green Wiley It L or E Johnson Belle Waggoner A B Johnson Blanch Woggoner Ben Johnson Isabella Johnson Morgan Wadleton Dick Lee Crawford Wiseman W W When calling for these letters say vertised A Fry Drous Ethel Dowsey H C Dnrnsion Ollie Dickson Marshal G W Merchnnt Alice Mnndy Ellin Monjoy Loner Marton Minnie E Miirshaw V M Pnrket See Peiffer Sallie Koasell Cordilin Stone B Semines II H General Passenger Agent 0HED0LL8R WEEKLY BUYS A GOOD GOLD WATCH BY OCR CLUB SYSTEM stiffened gold cases are warranted for 20 years Walthtiu and Elgin movement reliable and well known Stem wind and set hunting or open face ladys or gents size Equal to nny 75 watch We sell one of Our 14 feasssa2rag35ey YOU WANT karet patent J Tipton A GOOD BREAD AND A HAPPY COOK USE G these watches for ad- Â¬ J M Saffkll and send to any address by registered mail orÂ¬ prlvllego of examinaby express C O tion Our agent at Durham N C vr dont know Our Jewelers Have confessed tl how you can furnish such work for tru money 28 CASH lvltli Write for particulars CREAM LEXINGTON FLOUR ROLLER MADE BY MILLS KY COMPANY Postmaster wanted at each place LEXINGTON Roll of honor Sadie Grant 100 Change of Firm Mr Jos T Staten has sold out his De interest in the firm of Staten honey furniture dealers and funeral directors to Mr A Jud Graham and the style of the firm will hereafter be Dehoney Graham Tho sale took place on Monday and Mr Staten ceased to be a member of the firm Tuesday morning Death of Mrs Whitesides Georgia Payne 100 99Flossie French 99 Addie Rupe Annie Magill Mrs Martha Whitesides widow of 99 Virgie Nelson 98 the late Ephraim Whitesides died JUNIOR CLASS Tuesday morning at the residence of Roll of honor Maggie Daniel 97 her daughter Mrs Addie Garrett on Maggie Culter 98 Mary Crutcher 89 Second street after an illness of sev- Â¬ 98 eral weeks aged 84 years Her long First honor EmmaPeden Second honor Cecil McEwan 95 life had been quiet and gentle devotEmmalino Craig 88 ed to her family and church and her Third honor FIRST YEAR CLASS death was in full keeping with her For Roll of Honor Cinnio Theobald 100 existence calm and peaceful many years she had been a member Bessie Haydon 99 Mary Nelson 99 of the Baptist Church in this city Julia McOlure from which her funeral took place First honor Pauline Brown 99 Wednesday afternoon and the re- Â¬ Second honor May Bohannan 95 mains were laid beside her husband Third honor Eliza Spalding 91 in the Cemetery She leaves two children Mrs Addio Seventy Second Anniver- Garrett of this city and Mr Neville sary P Whitesides of Leavenworth Kan Capital Lodgfc No 6 1 O O F sas to mourn her loss will celebrate the seventy second A Remarkable Old Lady anniversary of the organization of the order of Odd Fellows on Monday Mrs Jordan Spalding who lives a evening in their hall on St Clair mile and a half from the city on the street with appropriate ceremonies Flat Creek pike is 82 years of age The following programme will be and during last year wove nine hun Â¬ observed dred yards of rag carpet and has 1 Opening prayer woven several hundred this year 2 Music She is in perfect health and frequent Â¬ 3 Address on Odd Fellowship by ly walks from her homo to this city Past Grand Master A J Reed of and return and her stop is more Louisville springy and youthful than many of 4 Music by Miss Maggie Quinn and those twenty years her junior assistants m 5 Address by Col Thos B Ford Fell From a Moving Train After which an elegant supper prepared by the wives and sisters of Henry Audio for a long time a members of the order will bo par- Â¬ N yard in this taken of brakeman in the L A memorial services will also be city familiarly known as Kid An dlewas killed on the Short Line near held in the hall to morrow afternoon Campbellsburg Henry county on at 3 oclock conducted by Rev E A Tuesday He was running as a brake- - Penick Â¬ Â¬ EMPIRE WATCH CO 43 Dr W I Kelley OF CINCINNATI WILL BB AT THB IN EBANKFOBT KY- and GOMalden Lnne New York N Y gupoS OIE ENJOYS Both the method and results when OHIO - FRIDAY FRIDAY APRIL 24 1891 MAY 15 1891 BLIND or ITCHIN6 little or no pain Will Speak Col at Eminence Â¬ BLEEDING Chloroform Cured wltavnt any surgical oueratlou and wits John L Scott of this city by invitation of the Odd Fellows of Eminence will deliver an address upon Odd Fellowship at that place on Monday evening next the 27th inst at their celebration of the seventy second anniversary of the order Ligature or Knife mode of la sot necessary with tbla treatises FISTULA IN ANO la cured FISSURES Cored without cutting or tearing CATARRh Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant ULCERATION and refreshing to the taste and acts Of tbe bowel cured Dr led baa now been Ttsltlngtbls city rsga Mrs Bettio Wingate has purchased gently yet promptly on the Kidneys nrly for nearly atvenijeuis und tho inuny cures a lot forty by Wo hundred feet Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys- bo baa maae among tbe wealthy and Innuwtkh tem effectually dispels colds head- Â¬ citizens are sufficient etldence of bis success fronting on Third street opposite It ts now a well established fact that man 41 Mr John Mastins now house from aches and fevers and cures habitual eases of tbe stomach lifer kidney bladder Syrup of Figs is the womb and nervous system are either caused oa Col JStoddard Johnston and will constipatiou coexistence of only remedy of its kind ever pro- aggravated by tbeBKCTAL ULCKB PlLKS FISTD LA yiSflUBKor in a short time erect a residence up- Â¬ to the taste and acduced pleasiug BRVSRKNCES on it ceptable to the stomach prompt in Dr X It Gober Frankfort Ky Franklin Morris Graetensburg its action and truly beneficial in its J T Btaten Frankfort Ky Merchants Carnival V Herberlcn Frankfort Ky effects prepared only from the most Re L P Hulett Benson Ky Tho young ladies of tho Methodist healthy and agreeable substances its A H McClore Frankfort Ky Kf commend it Blcbard Ferguson Frankfort Church are organizing a merchants many excellent qualities it the most w j flozbea Frankfort Ky made have David Moore Dennon Ky carnival to bo given in this city to all and Jus M Wltlsrow Frankfort Ky popular remedy known DR KXVUKTB office and residence la at W some time next month tho proceeds Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c Wat Slgbtb street Cincinnati and where n of which will bo devoted to paying and SI bottles by all leading drug- may be found CTery day of each week BXCKPT off a debt upon their Church Any reliable druggist who gists IBID AY B AND 8ATUBDAYS will propamphlets describing tbese diseases and tal may not have it on hand Taking a Rest cure it promptly for any ono who node of treatment seat free U any one by a dressing Do not accept any wishes to try it Tho Court of Appeals adjourned substitute KELLEY M D W on Saturday for its usual spring recess 269 West Blghth St Cincinnati O CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO of two weeks and will reassemble on SAN FRANCISCO CAL tST CONSULTATION VRBB NEW YORK NY L0UISVILLC KY tho 4th of May xvvt3alr Will Also Build Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ii 1 Â¬ Â¬ I I if IFiv M MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS V rfll swthtrxmnr NEXPLUSSULTRA tV -- HL X1 fW M S UTS Violins 3E1L Banjos We have received a large line of musical instruments consisting of JmMZlJLEZJEm Hccordeons and Guitars Mandolins I Harps OSK mmmtmJF - ACC0RI3E0N AKfe They will be sold at great bargains Violin Banjo and Guitar fittings as cheap as they can be purchased anywhere In our ConfectioneryDepartment we are prepared to supply picnic parties with lunches furnish banquets and party suppers on short notice Rates reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed AprlMtMt All of the best makes m FRANKF011T ROUNDABOUT PROGRESS TIZE WORLDS PAIR NolOloavos Frnnkfort No 17 leaves Frnnfcfort No 21 leaves Frnnkfort It is very important in this age of vast material progress that a remedy FRANKFORT APRIL 25 1801 be pleasing to the taste and to the eye easily taken acceptable to the stomach and healthy in its nature TIME TABLE and effects Posesaing these qualities The following time table is now in Syrup of Figs is the one perfect lax- Â¬ N rond effect npon the L ative and most gentle diuretic known TBAINS WEST 6fi0 a m No23lenve8Frnnkfort -- 930 a m 250 pm 700 pm TBAIHSEAST if 1015 a m No 18 leavos Frankfort 454 p m leaves Frankfort No 20 015 p m No 22 leaves Frankfort 25 p m 24 arrives Frankfort No Nos 28 and 21 still connect for Cincin Â¬ nati but 21 no longer connects for Shel byville No 28 still makes Shulbyville connection EPBRYAN Agent Time Changed Thfi flfitn of the annual meeting of the State Pharmaceutical Association in this city has been changed from the 27th of May to the 20th of May so that the meeting will not conflict with that of the Grand Conclave of Knights Templar Death of Mrs Atobett Mrs Margaret S Abbett widow of the late Rev Wm McD Abbett formerly of this city died on Satur- Â¬ day at the residence of her son Mr aged 87 O M Abbett in Covington years The funeral took place Monday afternoon at Carrollton and the re- Â¬ mains were laid to rest beside her husband in the Cemetery of the Methodist Church at that place She was the grandmother of Miss Margaret A and Mr Will A Lewis of this city Â¬ hand force pump for cistern Apply at this office regulating and tho safest surest and and For Rent The two story frame most thorough tonic and alterative that can m bo used lor these purposes is Hostettora residence on the corner of Logan and toeacapo Stomach Bitters Persons who wish Cross streets Apply to Sunday Runaway the rheumatic twinges tho dyspeptic agonies Mrs A E Stephens the painful disturbances ef tbo bowels tho bllllo is attacks and tbo nervous visitations Mr Peter Sower was driving a so common at this time ot tho year will do Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria well to young horse attached to a buggy up nowned reinforce their systems with thi3 re Â¬ vegetable stomachic and lnvlgorant strengthens ths For Rent The two story brick Broadway Sunday morning when the It Improves the appetite and renovates tn stomach cheers tuo spirits residence on Washington street animal became frightened at the Wholo physique known as the First Presbyterian noise made by steam escaping from Parsonage Possession given April Delayed 1st Apply to H H Watson or J W the engine attached to the excursion 27 tf Pruett train standing at the depot and ran Owing to the fact that the ice com away Mr sower triea to run mm been unable to procure cars For Rent A two story house with up the hill but at the corner of High pany has to ship the ice I will not be 7 rooms Cor Murray and Campbell in which ho made a sudden turn which threw able to supply my customers with streets Apply to W J Hughes 327 11 tf Mr Sower from the buggy bruising the same until next week at which Murray street time I hope to have a full supply on but not seriously injuring him The hand Billiards and Pool Lovers of billiards and pool will find Wiley O horse ran only a short distance up 33 lt Jas ODonnel Williams hall on St Clair street N yard when he freed theL 25 tf open himself from the buggy and was THE FIRST SYMPTOMS caught Neither the buggy nor OP DEATH harness were greatly damaged Tired feeling dull headache pains in various parts of the body sinking neuralgia Lives of others oft reminds ub at the pit of the stomach loss of apÂ¬ Married life may be sublimo petite foverishness pimples or sores and sciatica We trust to be forgiven this parody are all positive evidence of poisoned can always be of lines from Longfellows immortal blood No matter how it became Husbands who are it must bo purified to avoid Psalm of Life successfully treated Ackers English Blood wise and thoughtful know that the Soisonod happiness of tho homo depends Elixir has never failed to remove with largely on tho health of tho mistresB scrofulous or syphilitic poisons Sold of the homo Many are tho tasks under positive guarantee 9 which dailj confront hor How can J W Gayle Druggist a woman contend againBt the trials A cure and worries of housekeeping if she distressing bo suffering from those is sure to follow irregularities ailments and weakness Dr Pierces peculiar to hor sex the persistent Favorite Proscription is a specific When Baby was sick wo garo her Castoria use of this for theso disorders Tho only remedy When bIio was a Child sho cried for Castoria sold by druggists under a positive When sho became Miss sho clung to Castoria medicine from tho manufacturers When sho had Children aho gavo them Castoria atisfaotion guaranteed in every Seo case or money refunded will cure you printed guarantee on bottlo wrap per For a number of years I have been subject to violent attacks of inflammatory rheumatism which generally lasted about two months On the first of this month I was attacked in the knee and suffered severely for two days when I procured a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm and it relieved me almost instantly I there- Â¬ fore most cheerfully recommend it to those who are similarly afflicted rroteot Your Health everywhere R D Whitley Mar have tindale N C Feb 1888 Mr Whit Â¬ CVrtfl and moisture combinedorgans toroor-aid tlio ley is a very prominent man in this lslng cflect upon ilio bodily digestive and secretive processes are apt to bo his disease was very wide mora tardily periormeu lu winter than in tba lace and y known as he suffered such severe fall Tho aamo is true also or tho excretory ana Co Mer Â¬ functions mo Dowel ri b oiieasiuggisu wosto pain W M Houston N O 60 cent the pores ot the skiu throw oft but little chants Martindale matter at this soason tho system tuereiore requires opening up a little and also purifying bottles for sale by J W Gayle The excitement caused by this great event is scarcely equaled by that produced by the great discovery of Dr MileB the Restorative ftervine It speedily cures nervous prostra Â¬ tion change of life pain dullness and confusion in head fitesteoplesa hess the blues neuralgia palpita Â¬ zMT iifcT -- nsriD tion monthly pains etc O W Snow Co of Syracuse JST y Tal bott Moss of GreeiiBburgyIttd and A W Blackburn of Wooster O say that The Nervine sells better than Smiths Burlesque anything we evor sold and gives iini versal satisfaction Dr Miles now The Fay Foster English Gaiety Com- Â¬ illustrated treatise on the Nerves and Competition is the life of trade and we are always ready to meet it pany which will open at Smiths Heart and trial bottle free at J W We are especially prepared to do so in theater to morrow night for one week Gayles drug store 4 only embraces the largest number of queens ever Jbngnsn burlesque brought to this country as well as a A DANGEROUS PERIOD host of clever comedians and noted As the season moves swiftly toward specialty artists The entertainment that lie between is variea and excellent It opens the boundary linesit frequently hap Â¬ with the happy nautical skit enti- winter and spring that tled Our Pleasure Party which pensborne the human system which has the strain of winter shows introduces many lovely ladies and is signs of relaxation In all ages this replete with funny situations sensational dances pleasant surprises and period has been noted as a dangerous merry music Then there iB a great one especially to those who have The stock in this department is of recent purchase our Mr Brower olio including the most refined and weak constitutions A course of the great purifier and tonic S S S will having just returned from the East and is complete in talented specialty artists There is not a greater feature a more genuine enable the most delicate to face the every detail novelty than Vanola the Mexican seasons changes with impunity It wonder who is engaged at an enor- Â¬ is a medicine that not only strength- Â¬ mous salary and whoBe feats are ens the weak and the delicate but is positively marvelous Ramza and an additional safeguard for those Our increased business has brought advantages that enable us to offer Arno the grotesques are unexcelled who consider themselves strong better values for the money than Miss Pauline Batcheller does a very clever specialty and is undoubtedly TH AT TERRIBLE COUGH ever before as bewitchingly beautiful as she is sprightly and shapely Hanley and In the morning hurried or difficult Jarvis Chas and Thos are without breathing raising phlegm tightnessÂ¬ doubt the greatest of all knockabout in the chest quickened pulse dull Call and examine our Spring Styles while the stock is fresh and you sweats comedians and introduce an endless ness in the evening or things at are or any variety of absurbities Miss Jessie night allstages of these will be convinced that we are of consumption Dr May is a pretty and talented little the first wm OUrien is versa- Ackers English Cough Remedy will songstress tile and Colton and Winchett are cure these fearful symptoms and is pleasing In the burlesque Dear uold under positive guarantee by o J W Gayle Druggist Minnie a satire on the opera of Er minie Miss Pauline Batcheller sus tains her reputation as the most Buckleiis Arnica Salve beautiful graceful and talented bur- The best salve in the world fot lesque queen in the world The WITH THE burlesque is spicy and full of ripe Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt sensations Miss Batcheller is Rheum Tetter Fever Sores ny an excellent company ew music new songs new dances Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns enliven the burlesque while many and all Skin Eruptions and posi- LARGEST STOCK AND LOWEST PRICES novel features seem to make it quite tively cures Piles or no pay re- Â¬ refreshing The vocal talent is It is guaranteed to give strong and makes the production quired doubly entertaining Brilliant beau- Â¬ perfect satisfaction or money re Of any like establishment in the State ties are introduced at every oppor- Â¬ funded Price 25 cents per box tunity while shapely dancers dis- Â¬ For sale by South Side drug store play their skillful execution Joe P H Carpenter 5 iy Oppenheimer of this city is manag Â¬ Carpets Furniture Wall Paper Draperies ing the company Go to James ODonnell for fish At the Opera House Monday evenoysters and ice ing April 27th C F BR0W5R CO sr BiEeoiDvr CARPETS Â¬ RUGS Â¬ l Â¬ HEADQUARTERS Â¬ Â¬ J Complicated watch work a spe cialty atW L Coppersmiths 231 St Clair St Pump MAIN AND BROADWAY - - LEXINGTON KY For Sale A good second- Â¬ Fishing Tackle I GRAY CALL AND CHURCH Pine Bass SEE Have the largest Stock and Variety Lines a Specialty THE STOCK RHEUMATISM PILES SALT RHEUM THE GREAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY FOR ECZEMA WOUNDS PILESI BURNS c Ayers Sarsaparilla SORES CROUP BRONCHITIS Send three two cent stamps for free sample box and book PRICE 50 CENTS 41 TK RO I D SOK P fc BATH TOILET AND NURSERY PURPOSES FOR MEDICINAL Has Cured Others Â¬ JAR OID CO CHICAGO ILL-For sale by ZFZHZIXj O KiEIISrXIEIES ly Dec 13 A Tf W I II JfJ J V 3t is the duty you owe yourself and family to invest your hard earned money where it will do the most good Therefore I say to the man who has a desire to obtain cloth- ing for himself and family at prices which are undoubtedly the very o west to WORKINGMEN SLijyr large stock of Mens cozmcje less than manufacturers 5BLTBHP11 11 3MlES Besides I bought a 1 am now doing business with one half the expense that other houses have therefore Youths I am able and willing to give my customers that benefit Boys and Childrens For prices which I now offer at a great sacrifice Also remember I have moved my clothing stock formerly on the corner to my dry goods store Call and see for yourself before purchasing elsewhere and you will never regret it EID Prof Trlbutes to MemoryBrow 21 5 STL OLAII2 Â¬ STZESZEJETL ders -- the corps of teachers of the Frankfort Public School learned with deepest sorrow of the death of Prof Samuel P Browder The influence of his labors among the children of Frankfort the past twenty threeÂ¬ years is felt by the entire community As Superintendent he was ever kind courteous and helpful to his 0 H Parrent teachers Ever willing to employ hisÂ¬ MaryT Howard unequaled faculty of imparting knowlLou B Cromwell edge to others In this talent he Thos B Ford of all challenged the admiration L F Johnson with whom he was associated We W P Marsh Secy co workers whose loss is only his m family less than that of his immediate Â¬ Always giveB relief I have used earnestly desire to express our heartmy own felt sympathy to the bereaved family Salvation Oil inexperienced case for much neuralgia and Julia R Todd Mary L McEwan benefit from its use It is very pene Â¬ trating and always gives relief Addie H Shroeder We -s tained an almost irreparable loss Time alone can teach us the justice and wisdom of that Providence which has taken him from us Resolved That we tender the be- Â¬ reaved family our sympathy and condolence that a copy of these resolutions be sent to the family and also a copy of them to the city papers and Educational Courant with the request that said papers publish same Thos Hunter Ohm Dr Hales Household Oint Is the finest cure in the world ment absolutely cures catarrh It cures j 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 taken internally Cuts bruises burns chilblains sores of long stand Â¬ ing corns and bunions are cured quickly different from all else supe- Â¬ rior to all else it has no equal 25 and 50c boxes large size cheapest Sold at Phil Carpenters drug store South I It i DWARD 3PaE8 CLAASSEN IN- - AOTTaAJ Plumber Gas Steam Fitter -- AND DEALER Gas Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Closets PIPE AND FITTINGS ETC STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO JOB AND CONTRACT WORK ALL WORK GUARANTEED Side 62 Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria i Sue M Joyce v Anna Sullivan Rachel S Oromie Mary S Ohinn Louis A Wiard Lena M Lynch lir Sarah A Bell Mrs S T Railey Ella J EStephens Minnie Bell Margaret A Lewis THE lEACHERS ASSOCIATION IU The Franklin County Teachers As- Â¬ sociation met in regular session at the City School building on Saturday and was called to order by Supt Hunter who announced the death of Prof Sam- Tiel P Browder and upon motion of Col T B Ford the meeting resolved itself into a Committee of the Whole to draft resolutions exprssive of the sense ofthe teaclfers o f Franklin coun the iy concerning so loss sustained by the able and conscien death of one rfinnn n worker as Prof Browder Mr Johnson offered a series of herewith reported resolutions which after remarks by Cols Ford and Hunter and Messrs 0 H Parrent Johnson and Marsh were adopted and ordered to bf published in the city papers and Educational Courant It is natural in accordance with rthe universal law of nature for all anen to die and Samuel P Browder 3ias been called by an allwise Provi dence from his field of labor on earth into the eternal rest of the beyond We his co laborers in this great work of education recognize his teminent ability as an educator realize that bis was a character which can never die in the hearts of those with whom and for whom he worked and know that the world is wiser and better from the fact ho has lived therein and that hundreds yea Ainiinila nf mon wnmfin Jind chil dren in Frankfort and other parts of JiantucKy looueu upon mm wiuu admiration respect and love From his early manhood until death he has been regarded as a champion of the cause of education and his success as an educator is practically demon latrated by a large number of the successful businebs men and women in Frankfort and other parts of Ken lucky and the world He was born in St Fmnfiis Missouri Anril 2 1829 flflimjited in the nublic schools of XouiBville Kentucky married Miss Mildred Erwin Johnson Oct 20 1853 commenced to teach in 1847 at to the age of 18 years and continued ho In 18o8 teach until Ins death came to Frankfort Kentucky and taught at this place since that time making a total teaching life of 44 years He leaves surviving him his wile and loss ibur children to mourn histhe Public As Superintendent of School of Frankfort ho has been a faithful public servant for nearly a quarter of a century discharging all the important duties of his ofllco fearlessly and without reproach winning for himself and our city a name worthy of the highest and died enjoying the full cenlideuce of it all who know him therefore be Sam- Â¬ Resolved That in the death of uel Pepper Browder the Common--wealt- h of Kentucky has lost one of citizens the city of its most useful of its most honored Frankfort one and respected oilicers and the edu- Â¬ cational cause one of its most progres sive and influential advocates By of the mysterious dealings him Provi- Â¬ from dence which has removed our midst this community has sus --- Fayette St Baltimore Md Uncle Remus has wisely declared For Rent Two fields one of that mule dont kick cordln to noÂ¬ thirty acres and one of twenty rule and that colds have no syste- Suitable for corn or Hungarian Grass Apply to matic way of taking hold of a per-Â¬ 32 Mrs Wm B Rodman son The only safe cure when they do is a bottle of Dr Bulls Cough Sprup Price 25 cents For Rent A brick cottage of three rooms on the ma opposite John L Scotts residence Apply to A Description of Christ Henry Gobber This was found in an ancient man Â¬ uscript sent by Publius Leutulus Darbys Prophylactic president of Judea to the Roman Use it in every sick room Wil SGIIRtG There lives at this time in Judea keep the atmosphere pure and a man of singular character whose wholesome removing all bad odors name is Jesus Christ The barbar- Â¬ ians esteem him as a prophet but from any source his followers adore him as the im- Â¬ Will destroy all Disease Germs mediate offspring of God He is infection from all Fevers and all endowed with such unparalleled vir- Â¬ tues as to be able to call back the contagious diseases dead from their graves and to heal The eminent physician J Mari- Â¬ every kind of disease with a word or on Sims of New York says I touch His person is tall and ele- Â¬ Darbys shaped his aspect amiable am convinced that Pro gantly and reverend His hair flows in Prophylactic Fluid is a most valu those beautiful shades which no able disinfectant 21 united colors can match falling inÂ¬ agreegraceful curls below the ears ably touching on his shoulders and 1 parting on the crown of his head like the head dress of the sect call54 Â¬ J S LEWIS For Sale or Rent Cottage con- Â¬ FRANKFORT KENTUKOY taining five rooms situated on Cross Ip roar of Salenders Grocery street South Side Delightful loca- Â¬ tion and all necessary conveniences No Money Required of Responsible Parties to Commence Treatment Apply to Mrs Mary Brown Day 32 tf State Librarian -- forehead is His ed Nazarites smooth and his cheeks without a spot save that of a lovely red His nose and mouth are formed with ex- Â¬ quisite symmetry his beard is thick and suited to the hair of his head reaching a little below his chin and in the middle like a fork is eyes are bright clear and se- Â¬ rene He rebukes with majesty and counsels with persuasive language his whole address whether in word or deed being elegant grave and characteristic of so exalted a being No man has ever seen him laugh but all Judea has frequently seen him weep and so persuasive are his FRANKLIN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS Sarah Jauvis c vs John Khioiitwell -- In Equity c Uy virtue or the judgment rendered In the nbove cause nt the November Term 1890 1 will ell at public sale to the highest and best bidder on Monday May 4 1891 The dent Physician of the Philadelphia oa O well known EC SUKGEON and SPECIALIST BOG MAN 3ML XP O At the Court house door In the city of Frankfort and Ky between the hours nf 10 oclock n in a oclock pm on a credit of six twelve und eighteen months In equal Installments the fol- Â¬ lowing property to wlt con Â¬ A tract of land In Franklin county Ky tears that the multitudes are unable to restrain theirs from mingling with his He is modest temperateÂ¬ and wise Whatever this phenomenon may be in the end he now seems to be a man of strange beauty and divine perfection in every way surpassing the children of men taining Bronchitis Catarrh Cough Rheumatism all diseases of the Stomach Bowels Rectum Liver Sidneys Bladder Sexual Organs Heart Nerves and Brain diseases of tho Eye and Ear Deformities eto HE WILL BE AT THE of the Onto Medical Institute has for thirty years devoted his attention to thu treatment of CHRONIC NERVOUS FEMALE AND SURGICAL DISEASES such General Hospital of Cincinnati and formerly Resi Â¬ Physician-in-OitAitoK Pur Me Iu My Little Bed I am dizzy dizzy dizzy And I want to go to bed Ive no appetite to eat And headache racks my head In other words I am suffering from a bilious attack but Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets will bring mo around all right by to morrow They often cure headache in an hour I have found them the best cathartic pill They produce no in existence nausea or griping but do their work thoroughly They are convenient to carry in the vest pocket and pleasant to take In vials 25 cents OUR VERY BEST PEO Â¬ PLE Â¬ Confirm our statement when we Mutt Dr Ackers English Remedv 2 in every way superior to any and all other preparations for the Throat and Lungs In Whooping Cough and Croup it is magic and relieves at once Wo offer you a sample bottle free Remember this Remedy is sold on a positive guarantee 9 J7W Gaylb Druggist 1 pole known as the Brlghtwell and has a comfortable and substantial dwelling one and a half btorles containing six rooms and a large hall lanre cistern several never failing springs on the farm and large orchard containing six acres of ap Â¬ ple pear peach and all kinds of fruit of tine varieties the laud Is well timbered and part In cultivation and grass Said tract is more particularly described as fol- Â¬ lows viz Beginning at a cedar and black ash corner to Robert Jajle on Briscoes line thence with Briscoes line north 23 degrees east 70 poles to Briscoes original corner a black oak sugar tree and buckeje thence with his original line north 53 degrees west 22 poles to a stake In a branch on third original line thence north 15 de Â¬ grees passing two white oaks about half way In all 57 1 0 poles to a black walnut thence north 19V degrees east 7tt poles to a stake and stump on Uearns line thence south CO degrees east 76 poles to a planted stone Ileums corner thence with his line north 45 degrees east 1214 poles to a lynn and Ironwood In Hearns spring brunch thence down the same and with Its meanders south 87 degrees east M polos south C71A degrees east i poles south 63 degrees east 10 poles south 33l degrees east VI poles Bouth 10 poles south 23 degrees east 14 poles south IMj degrees east 8 poles south 33 degrees east 10 poles south C4Uj degrees east 13 poles to the mouth of Hulls spring branch In all 1C poles to a honey locust south 11 degrees west 4Cij poles to sugar trco and white oak at the mouth of a branch on It Perns heirs line of three 60acre surveys thence with the line of Mime west 34 poles passing two cedar trees marked as corners same course continued In all 48 poles to a cedar tree thence north G7 degrees west 20 poles to a sugar tree and white oak on the sldo of n cliff thence south 65 degrees west 84 poles crossing Lick Branch to a white oak thence south 14 degrees west 115 poles to the Possession will be given Immediately Pur Â¬ chaser to give bond with good and sufllclent surety bearing Interest from date to have the force and effect of a replevin bond A Hen will be reserved on the property sold until all the purchase money Is paid 4T7 3 roods and Farm Acres FRANKFORT KY WEDNESDAY MAY 6 OUE IDJir fcTXS and Examinafon Free Consultation And every fourth week therefter Returning Every Fourth Weok Thereafter CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION IS FKEEnud ho will promptly tell you all about your disease and the prospects of u cure lie undertakes no incurable cases LAD I EN afflicted with any of the ills peculiar to their sex may consult him with per Â¬ fect confidence and the assurance of ceitaln relief und permanent cure Their cases will receive that kind nnd considerate attention which all will appreciate His treatment always proves satisfactory local treatment is seldom necessary Ovarian Tninoru lu their earlier stages cuicd vlthout paiu or Instrumental lntor CAPITAL HOTEL foronco Sterility permanently cured MEN of nil ages who suffer from Indiscretions and oxcesses 111 benefit by our counsel and treatment If they observe certain bedlmentH In the urine or irritation of tho urinary We restore ull such cases organs they should consult us without delay Tho doctor treats with unfailing success all forma of Bcctnl IHncnHe Mich as Piles FlNtalu tlNMtiro and Ulceration of the nowcl by a method of his own discovery without pain or detention fiom business lie guarantees all cases Early Interference Is consldorcd tho best of judgment in all cases and saves time money and health Tho success attained In tho treatment of tho cooes which he makes his specialty is truly phenomenal Wonderful Cares havo boon offectod In old and difficult cases which havo baffled tho efforts of all others A h lils rooms arc usually crowded It la botter to call early In tho day to avoid being Cancers permanently retnovod 110m the most dollcato organs by our own peculiar method little or no pain u loss 01 blood 110 kulftt or caustic the only positive cure Stricture Varicocele Mydrucciv Spermatorrhea and ull uunuturul discharges leafneas many Epilepsy or Fits cured by n unvcr fulling treutment cases can bo cured Is usually tho result of carelessness or Ignorance It can bo remedied diayed April 18 3t WM CROMWELL pottageorrtM Persons consulting him should bring from two to four ounces of their urlno In a clean bottlo for examination Fationts treated by mail or express but when posslblo personal consultation Is prefer Â¬ able List of questions sent on application All Consultations Correspondence and Cssm TiricUy Confidential Treatment sent 0 O D to any part of the United Htul- i- -- nd Canada Address with Master Commissioner K BQQaijLSt 2qx 703 Cincinnati 0 fcUi hitliv Mtiifi l4iyrfe4MM fi fffPP iqp i iif m R m I i l V fllfl M ft a- - it iff- - I I I W Hf- WByBnBHWHQ JE JAiltMMM jfc ito