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Digital page images are linked to the text file. amwMmnj The Volume XIV Forks of Plkliorn idly Butter and milk becoming plentiful Spring chickens on market Fbamfort Roundabout A GEO A LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPEK DEVOTED To LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS KY MAY 9 TERMS 100 In Advance FRANKFORT Highest of all in Regular services at Buck Run to Â¬ day and to morrow at tho usual hour Rev F W Eberhardt pastor Corn planting under full headway Gardens all planted and in fine condition Vegetables growing rapÂ¬ iarening Power U S Govt Report Aug vj 1889 more 3 per Rdfol ssxgm doz Baking Powder It Pays -- 1891 Number 35 TO BT7f IFJEiOjM- - jVfr The years campaign having fully opened politics as a consequence the all absorbing topic Tho sick have about recovered the Pure Pleasant Only two or three on the list at this at Shiloh and also preachingevery second and fourth Sundays in time WHO FOR THE month And highly effective These are The denunciation of Sunday ex Â¬ Mrs Murvie Gardner is teaching qualities possessed by the new medi- Â¬ cursions c by the pastorsof Frank school at the Cook school house cine Dr Hales Household Tea the fort Churches is a step m the right groat Blood Purifier and Nerve Tonic Mr Sam Shaw and wife have been Itjhas no equal as an direction and meets with the hearty act-Â¬ approbation of all lovers of Sabbath very sick with the la grippe also ing directly upon the alterative kid liver and Miss Ethel Shaw sanctity neys ana upon tne nerve centres re storing the entire system to a healthy number attended Coun- Â¬ Mr Will Shy has gone to Paris The usual ty Court last Monday for various Miss Lulie Whittington has return- Â¬ inducing sweet refreshing sleep and reasons ed home from a visit to Miss Jennie making it a pleasure to live in the Is now receiving and opening the LARGEST AND MOST COM- Â¬ The fruit prospect is exceedingly Jett and Miss Pearl Edwards PLETE LINE of ladies mens misses and childrens enjoyment of perfect health This bright and promising Mr Hervie Babbitt and Squire finest of all remedies is for sale at 50 Next Saturday May 16th the Frank Â¬ Willson are very much struck on cents per package at South Side drug store lin County Teachers Association will Buzzard Roost 6 P H Carpenter convene in the Frankfort city Bchool Miss Ruby Collier building at which time and place a sick with the la grippe has been very full attendance is requested as this Mad dogs are a terror to every- Â¬ will be the dav for the election of We are sorry to say that Miss body So was chicken cholera until officers for the ensuing year Qanters magic cholera cure was in- Â¬ Norah Haydon has left Millville troduced here Sold no cure no o Mt Sterling Mr John Tincher of pay by Phil Carpenter Front Midway Ky has returned home from a visit to relatives in this section Mrs from Midway Dr Roswell of Lexington was in states Rena Camball ten years she THE FIRST SYMPTOMS that for the last OF DEATH our midst the first of the week has suffered intensely with sick head- Â¬ In Frankfort all of which will be sold at prices to suit the Tired feeling dull headache pains turn- Â¬ ache at times and has been entirely The old Macklin mill is still in various parts of the body sinking times We have Regular cured by Dr Hales Household Oint- Â¬ ing out excellent meal grinding is Tuesday and Fri- Â¬ ment It cures headache in a few at the pit of the stomach loss of ap Â¬ days of day Mr H A Oursler at the helm minutes Mrs Camball says she petite fevorishness pimples or sores are all positive evidence of poisoned Mrs W A Reid of Paris gave an would not be without it if it cost tenÂ¬ blood No matter how it became dollars per Jas Ritter of Mid entertainment in elocution last Mon- Â¬ way states box for three months he poisoned it must be purified to avoid day evening The affair was had suffered that a severe Dr Ackers English Blood from pain in his death has never failed to remove recherche Elixir breast and was entirely relieved from The spirit of improvment still pain by Dr Hales Household Oint- Â¬ scrofulous or syphilitic poisons Sold guarantee remains unabated in our community ment It is the great pain and skin under positive W Gayle 9 Druggist J cure 50 cents a box at South Side A heavy frost and considerable drug store For men boys and children DERBV STRAW AND FELT freeze last Wednesday night 6 P II Carpenter Half fare to Lexington Court this week called several of N will sell round trip The L our citizens to Frankfort Thos Page at Vaiiclerbilt tickets to Lexington Ky April 28th to May 11th inclusive at ono fare Hon Thos Scott candidate for Representative of Franklin county Niishvlllo American Nashville Tenn Dec 8th Return coupons good until and on Ib87 the 12th day of May 1891 on account addressed the citizens of this place Every seat in the large chapol at races last Wednesday evening on tho E PBryan The effort was the Vandorbilt University was filled issues of tho day last nighty the most cultured people Agent masterly and well received g of our city having turned out to Miss Katie Cannon has returned greet Mr Thos Nelson Page of Remember the old stand home from an extended visit to Virginia whose eminence as an author THAT TERRIBLE COUGH friends in Shelby county and reader has been made familiar In the morning hurried or difficult to all breathing raising phlegm tightness Great discoverers Mr Page at once began his admira Â¬ in the chest quickened pulse chill This ness in the evening or sweats at What Bell and Edison are to the ble reading of Marse Chan telephone and electricity says the is the story which was published night all or any of these things are Pittsburg News Dr Franklin Miles three years ago and which won for the first stages of consumption Dr the well known specialist in nervous its author the distinction of having Ackers English Cough Remedy will diseases is to the nervous systom and written tho most exquisite story o euro these fearful symptoms and is nerve fluid Among his numerous tho war which has yet appeared sold under a positive guarantee by And go there when you want to buy o discoveries the Restorative Nervine In it are gems of pathos humor andJ W Gayle Druggist dramatic efiect which could erneis undoubtedly ono of the greatest type of It is unsurpassed in nervousness dys Â¬ nato only from the highest peculiar genius Written as it is in tho Â¬ pepsia headache epilepsy neural gia backache melancholy sleepless Â¬ negro dialect ever charming when ness change of life etc Free trial faithfully portrayed which Mr Pago bottles of it may be had of J W has bo thoroughly mastered it is Gayle druggist All should road his made by his reading entertaining be- Â¬ From the first sen- Â¬ New and Startling Facts for the Af- yond comment tence to tho last word tho attention flicted a very able interesting and finely illustrated book Free to all of the keenly appreciative audience and by the play of feelings upon 0 faces around him a mute could have sentiment that moment ren Will Preacli in Louisville told theby tho fascinating and mostÂ¬ dered Rev H 0 MorriBon who recently natural reader Sometimes so rapid moved his paper the Kentucky Meth- Â¬ were mo cnanges muue yy uiu uuui from the most odist to Louisville has been called to ful old negroes fancy to a ludicrous pastorate of the Broadway Metho- pathetic description the dist Church in that city to supply vagary of the imagination that the called forth by a the place made vacant by tho retire Â¬ tear followed ere it tender thought the eye by ment of Rev Gilby O Kelley Rev was called in play left unexpected ono by Kelleys constitution is broken down 2 and months will be required to re- Â¬ humor n So i t modulated uuiiu i ii eiuuuuh store him to his original vigor Lex- Â¬ voice well fully does hois Mr Pago s so reveal every 1 I ington Transect thought and reflect tho most delicate and almost imperceptible shadings Millville of sentiment that a cultivated aucll ance is to him a delicately strung in- Â¬ Wo are sorry to learn of the illness strument from which ho calls notes of Miss Lucy Williams Mr Mort sweeter and clearer than they wore conscious of possessing Hundley and Mr Jim Cleveland reading ceased thoro Whon Miss Lena N Potty is toaching was lor themoment tho stillness of a CD school at homo Wo hope sho will do death the audience being so CD well I thoroughly lost in enjoyment that mm s isSSml IrMLy v M48 k HiHDr Mr Ed Yancy is keeping store and applauso was forgotten Then like a storm it came continuing so long is building quite a nice house that tho favored reader must have Domigan was visiting grown weary of bowing his thanks Miss Nannie Miss Annio Babbitt last Sunday even Â¬ At tho Opera Houso Saturday eve ing ning May 10th Mr Mort Whittington has gono to Tyrone to mako his future homo OUR VERY BEST PEC with Mr Bud Hundley Mr Bud Babbitt and wife spent A3 Sunday ovoning and Monday with Confirm our statomont when avo say i her mother Mrs Donio Tutt that Dr Aokors English Romedy is ovory way superior to any and all Mr James Whittington loft Fri Â¬ in othor preparations for tho Throat day for Jofforsonvillo Ind and Lungs In Whooping Cough and Mrs Maggio Steward is very sorry Croup it is magio and roliovos at to lose nor nioghbor Mr Thomas once Wo offer you a samplo bottlo Brightful who moved to Frankfort free Romembor this Remedy is sold on a positive guarantee last week t 0 J W Gayle Druggist conducting Sunday sohool is being Â¬ ABSOLUTELY PURE R K McCLURE SHO E S Zab7S9 HaTS Books and Stationery m - 212 ST CLAIR ST -- S3 0rritgrog3 3rroyss IFlxosttooss IBixgiojs ZFLoskcL Carts azid nvcastiiTL Bros IS TaiE PLACE POIR- Â¬ fm n en 8j THHBi o o o All stvles of hand made Harness Saddles Buggv Dusters Fly Nets Horse Boots and other Turf Goods f yr Personal MIbb Lucy Stockton of Louisville is tho guest of Miss Kate Qroon Misa Alico Forder of St Louis the guest of Mrs L A Thomas Mrs Jas P Metcalfe of Lexington is visiting Judgo and Mrs L Hord Miss Bello Sanders left Thursday for a visit of several days to Louis- Â¬ WffiSnm r inw9vrTiwl7Yv ywwvfmi iM that section They will bo engaged all summer in making a topographical survey of We would Religious be greatly obliged to the ministers and officers ol cluuehesin the city if they would furnish us with any announcements which they may wiih made diana T Farmer left yesterday morning to visit relatives in New Albanv In Hon E H Taylor Â¬ Mrs Okas Nowton and Mrs Ben - u A esM2 f VLIsHEl fflfoti JBBflNWnUlMlJfeP jr and wife reMr Darsio will preach at the Saturday from a visit of Christian Church at Graefenburg several months to Florida Mr Tay-Â¬ to morrow at 3 p m msSSSSSS lors health was greatly improved by ville Rev J B Tharp of LaGrange the trip Rev A Shelverton will preach and Children for Mrs J 0 Mahoney and Mrs Mary at Cedar Chapel Metfhodist Church pent Sunday in this city visiting McKenner of Lexington spent sov to morrow morning at 11 oclock friends Cutoria Is bo well adapted to children that Castoria enrol ObUe Consttpattcm Bour Stomach Diarrhoea Eructation eral days the first of tho week with I recommend ltaa superior to any prescription Miss Lizzie and Nellie Pickett have Kills Worms gires sleep and promotes dJ-known to me1 H A Akchxx H D ration May devotions returned from a pleasant visit to Lex Mrs F X Savard on Main street are being held Wii thoutinjlurious medication So Oxford St Brooklyn N T Ill South Side ington every evening at the Church of tho Misses Adelma Crutcher and Eva Good Shepherd at 730 oclock For sereral years I hare recommended The um of CastoriaIa bo tinkers and Misa Loulie Dimmitt of St Joseph always continue to its merits bo well known that it seems a work your Castoria and shallproduced beneficial Macklin who are attending school at Missouri is visiting Mrs Albert H of supererogation to endorse It Few are the do so as it has invariably Intelligent families who do not keep Castoria results Science Hill Shelbyvillo spent Sat- Â¬ McOlure The evening services at all of the within easy reach Edwin F Pardiz M D urday and Sunday with their parents Carlos MirtwDD Tho Winthrop 125th Street and 7th Are Churches in the city will commence New York City Misa Rebecca Scott of this county in this city New York City Late raster Bloomlngdale Bel ormed Church at 8 oclock to morrow evening in Â¬ has returned from a visit to relatives Miss Alice Stone of Greenville stead of 730 as heretofore in Georgetown Mississippi came down yesterday Tn Csxtaur Cohpakt 77 Hurray Strskt Nbw York Mr Pen Morris of Louisville from Jessamine Female Institute Rev Thos N Arnold will preach spent Sunday in this city visiting his Nicholasville for a short visit to rel the funeral of Mrs Anu E Goins al mother and sister atives in this city Antioch Church this county to- Â¬ Mrs A Harris and son Mr Ed Mr A Phythian Sifloll tho post- Â¬ Harris left Thursday afternoon for a man is off on a fifteen days vacation morrow morning at 11 oclock trip to Cincinnati T and left Monday for Jefferson county The usual services at Ascension rN Hon Cromwell Adair and wife of to spend it with the family of his Church to morrow morning at 11 Union count are visiting Mr and uncle Mr John T Gray oclock and at 800 p mwill be con Mrs Geo F Berry M Mrs Robert Christie and children ducted by Rev E A Penick the Miss Janio Dehoney returned Mon- Â¬ who have been visiting her mother rector day from a visit of several days to Mrs Sarah Watson in this citv for several weeks left Monday for their relatives in Georgetown Rev W G Neville the pastor will Miss Sadie Taylor of Louisville home in St Paul Minnesota occupy his pulpit at tho Southern visited Miss Merrie Gillum in this Mr and Mrs W L Hammond and Presbyterian to morrow Church A SURE AND CERTAIN CURE4 KNOWN FOR 15 YEARS AS city the first of the week grand child Louella Brown of morning at 11 oclock and at 800 p THE BEST REMEDY FOR PILES Judge A T Dudley of Henderson Smithfield Ky visited A B Ham m as usual IPREPAREDBY R1CHARDS0N TAYL0H MED CO ST LOUIS M0 spent Sunday in this city visiting his mond and family 200 Cross street Wednesday and Thursday of this sister Mrs R M Aldridge Rev J McClusky Blayney D D will occupy his pulpit at the First Mr D F Bristow and wife of week Miss Kattie O Balmer who has Presbyterian Church to morrow visiting his brother Mr Illinois are been spendincr tho winter with her morning at 11 oclock and at S00 p W M Bristow near this city Mr Peter Dudley of Chicago sister Mrs Ed O Went in this city m as usual -- IS PREPARED TO FILL ALL ORDERS FOR- spent several days in this city the left Wednesday afternoon for Youngs town New York accompanied by Rev George Darsie preaches at the first of the week with relatives Misses Arline and Nellie Went Christian Church to morrow at 11 Mrs Theo Wylie and mother Mrs Miss Maggie LeCompte and Rev and 800 as usual Thompson leave next week to visit The Young Peoples Society of W C Taylor of this city and Rev -- FOR relatives in Rock Island Illinois S E Alderman of Woodlake Christian Endeavor meets in tho Mrs J Buford Hendrick and little at 7 p m Â¬ daughter returned Tuesday from a this county left Wednesday after- chapel noon for Birmingham Alabama to weeks visit to friends in Louisville The usual services at the Church attend the meeting of the Southern Col E Polk Johnson and wife re- Â¬ Baptist Convention of the Good Shepherd to morrow will turned Thursday evening from their be conducted by Rev Father Goroy Mrs Dr trip to Now York and old Point Com- Miss Erne J M Lewis and daughter the pastor 261 West Jefferson Street - Louisville Ky of Georgetown spent fort First mass at 8 a m Second S3 3ra several days in this city and county 1030 a m Vespers at 3 Mrs S S Shepard and daughter the first of the week paying fare- Â¬ mass little Miss Flora Belle returned Mon- Â¬ well visits to friends and relatives p m B7th Year Slow In Ik li tht Oldssi mi 8 day from a visit to friends in George- Â¬ They will leave Georgetown on Mon- Â¬ town Rev II G Henderson A M will Always the biggest Always the best Always the most popular 11 times bigger 10 times bettert day for their future home in Green- Â¬ 10 times greater this year than ever preach at the Methodise Church great grand ust and voluminous Nowhere precedented all overshadowing am overwhelmingly Judge Wm Lindsay and wife have ville Mississsippi to morrow morninc at 11 oclock returned from their trip to Lookout and at 800 p m Mountain and other points in the A Large Safe The Sunday school meets at 930 South a m Mr W L Coppersmith the Mrs Nina Robinson and daughters The Epworth League convenes in jeweler has just put in one of the Â¬ Misses Willena and Guy of Georgelargest safes in the city It was the class room at 045 p m town spent Sunday with Mrs Jos made by the Hall Safe Lock Co H Lewis and is a beauty Some of the Grand Army boys Capt tE H Taylor of Chicago may be interested in the following Com B Pope A D 0 Presenting in one brilliant glorious ami stupendous unification In spent several days in this city the Tlie First Warden Dead from AlexDeot Tenn and Ga He mander week visiting friends and first of the We have had an epidemic of savs MAY THURSDAY 21 relatives Col Will Stone who was elected whooping cough here Stewart FRANKFORT Cough and Chamberlams Mr Richard Crutcher wife and the first Warden of the Kentucky Tenn Greatly augmented by the new biblical historical terpslcho onljr medicine rean dramatic and musical spectacle of SOLOMON trlumplnl and colossi sceneogrnnhlcSIIEBA A Remedy has HIS TEMPLE and tho OK son of this county left yesterday Penitentiary after tho Lessee system that has donebeen the any good There is titanic and colossal Inspirational creation from the fertile and gifted brain QUEENJohn ltettlg tho of Mr morning for a visit to relatives in was abolished died at his home in no danger from whooping cough father originator projector painter designer and constructor 01 the world rained sensational specÂ¬ fall of Babylon Montezuma tacles Col Stone when this remedy is freely given age InHome under Nero theovershadowing eclipsing and or tho conquest of Mexico anil tho Bond Owensboro last week Dallas Texas dwarfing to comparative Insignificance fgpt Completely spectacular events or the era It completely controls the disease the combined interior Band Pacred Mr Schuyler Mayhall the old re- Â¬ had many friends and relatives in 50 cent bottles for sale by J W Historical Accuraces Illicit Kvents colossal Processional Features replte In Ballets Realisms bewitching bacrlllclal this county Ceremonies the splendois nnd glories of the Court of Solomon the fceer Patriarch and grandest liable Adams Express messenger on Gayle and greatest of the ancient kings This sublime moral religious and Instructive spectacle coming to ii final conclusion with a GRAND BALLET by one hundred lad terpslchorean artists the L N Railroad is at home this Summer Rate zji - jzjr Ji week for a rest A Close Call Tho Misses Rump left Wednesday The Kentucky Midland Railroad for New York whence they will sail has established a summer rate of Col Thos Rodman and his daugh Â¬ for England to spend the summer three dollars and ninety cents for a ters were out driving on the Glens with relatives round trip ticket from this city to Creek pike Thursday afternoon and Mrs P McDonald and son Mr P Cincinnati and return good for ten in attempting to cross the L N McDonald jr returned Wednesday days This rate will be maintained track at the Walcutt fill came near from a short trip to Cincinnati and from now until the 31st of October being run over by a train They Springfield Ohio heard the train and supposed it was Mrs Mary Moore and daughter Tlirowu From His Bujjffy coming from tho east and that they Miss Emma of Georgetown were would have time to get over but it Col R P Popper was out at his was coming from the west and was the guests of MrB O R Crutcher farm in Scott county Thursday and hidden from view by the cut The sevoraljdays this week while driving about the place tho horse was only a few feet from the Mr S B Wilson and wife of Har rodsburg who have been visiting horse he was driving whirled around track when the train dashed by Mrs Wilsons uncle Mr O O Furr suddenly upsetting the buggy and trowing Col Pepper out upon tho returned homo Saturday The Scaffold Fell ground His shoulder and side were Mr R D Denson and wife of badly bruised but no bones were Messrs Ben Graham and Maurice Louisville who have been visiting broken He was brought to his home Caples two carpenters were employ- Â¬ Mr and Mrs Goorge Huffman in this city that afternoon and has ed Thursday afternoon in putting tho returned home Thursday cornice upon the west gable of Mr since been confined to bed Realistic revlvil of the sports pastimes and contests or tho ANCIENT ROMAN HIPPODROME ruces standing raced break neck steeplo Two and four horse Mrs J Dallas Coke and children John Mastins new house on Third sack wheelbarrow andchariot races Hut camel and elephant races greyhound raceschases ludicrous donkey ruces obstacle races giraffe races to sulkies monkey ruces childrens Hat hurdle pony donkey Jockey left Thursday afternoon for Louis- Â¬ street when the scaffold gave way ostrich races races male and female jockejs und charloateers sixty thoioughbied horses Min Â¬ Hat and chariot Time Changed ville to join her husband and make under them letting them fall a dis Â¬ iature ponies Sixty male und female Jockeys Boy and girl Jockt ys Tho must exhilarating unci pleasant event of u lifetime will bo to witness our magnificent that city their future home By request of a great many mer Â¬ tance of about thirty feet Both were Mr Will A Gaines who has been chants and some of our citizens who badly bruised and are confined to living in Fort Smith Arkansas for wish to attend tho May Festival in tho house but no bones were broken The most entrancing tho most exciting tho most delightful tho grainiest richest and most daz Â¬ zling free holiday demonstration eer beheld In tiny age or country Tho world popular and ever severel years is visiting his mother Louisville tho date for the Mor welcome mlrth provoklng pantomime of HUMPTY DUMPTY Ayors Hair Vigor restores natural Prolific In absurd catastrophes brimming with coinlo Mis fortunes misfortunes and mishaps chants Carnival has been changed Mrs M J Gaines in this city effervescing In sparkling humor and pre eminently tliu greatest laugl prooker of the to the 10th This will color to the hair by stimulating a situations from the 15th and original tricks transformations and surprises hi mimic healthy action of tho scalp This larious world Abounding in entirely noelmirthful Mrs N H Gay and grandson Mas Â¬ doleful dilemmas A veritable and happenings give those who will participate in preparation also produces a vigorous exhaustless mine of ridiculous rencniities Its opulentmischief and our millions of patrons absolutely treaxuies to merriment yielding ter Alexander Todd who have been of tho hair and gives it a with ut any additional cost as another of thb many brilliant and uupiecedeuted uttiactlons that visiting relatives in this city returned tho Carnival moro time for practice growth lustre and youthful appear have been added this season comprehensive MENAGERIEsurpassing In magnltudo the largest zoÂ¬ 50 CAGE In exlstance beautiful Tho best selected and most and enable Prof Wayland Graham ance Recommended by physicians to their homo in Louisville Thurs Â¬ to put ological collection In tho world and coiiitantly recuperated from the wilds and Jungles of Africa it upon the stage on a much clergymen and scientists Asia Europe North and South America by u large coips or specially commissioned agents day 20000 10000 white iillo hippopotamus 5000 school of walrus 545000 diovo or giraffes moro elaborate scale 5000 two horned rhluocerous Kvrry rare und curious uulmul known to school of sei Lions H Bagby of tho State Mr Fred There will bo a rehearsal at Prof W L Coppersmith does all kinds zoology giraffe 18 feet high Giant ox 21 hands high Giant horse 21 hands high Giant ostrich Giant Geological Survey loft Thursday Grahams Academy of Music Mon- Â¬ of engraving Giant man bij feet high Giant boy weight 530 17 feet high Giant woman weight 720 pounds pounds Giant hog weight lUOO pounds morning for Trigg county with a day evening and all those who will PERFORMANCE ONE HOUR LATER DOORS OPEN AT 1 AND7 P M party composed of Messrs Ed Bull participate in tho Carnival are re Â¬ Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria Averill jr and Ben Blanton quested fc be present WilLH 2va3r 21 turned fttt M ssa Infants h T IM I i CURES NOTHING BfciTPILHS J THOMPSON mm Cat Flowers 0 Floral Deigns Funerals Telephone Connection - Weddings Â¬ M FOS3E3XT Great Worlds Exposition ROBIKTSOM ss GREAT SHOWS COMBTlSriTJD Â¬ vvi -- - Triumphal Spectacular Street Pageant Â¬ Â¬ 1 r w EXCKiK Ly lHHTj mxmssm - wmm vwryF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 5S9 Violins Aprll liMt fePV0l7WM NEXPLUShULTRA W ACCORBEON XflETBnR Guitars All of the best makes We have received a large line of musical instruments consisting of JL7KZL Accordeons RTB and JR BSWJ Ljuj7yygH rSTr Mandolins Banjos Harps Violin Bmjo and Guitar fittings as cheap as they can be purchased anywhere They will be sold at great bargains In our Confectionery Department we are prepared to supply picnic parties with lunches furnish banquets and party suppers on short notice Rates reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed meetings before their action would FKAiNKFORT ROUNDABOUT stick the following list of delegates was agreed upon Court houso All good Democrats FRANKFORT MAY 9 1801 Market house Dr E E Hume L J Cox Frank Halloran John Haw Â¬ kins Albert Jeffers and Lewis Man gan Mrs Eulir Will Wed Gas house JM Wakefield R E Mrs Bnhr widow of the late Gaines JohnSTobin W T Gaines J V Pence T B Ford W Hoffnor George Buhr of this city and Judge D L Haly W McOloy Hugh Rod Â¬ Tabor of Hawesville will bo married man J D Kehoe and 13 B Jeffers Bridgeport GWHall and 0 H at the home of the bride in LouisJulian ville on the 20th of this month Flat Creek J II Moore and John Wiley Will Marry in Juaie Switzer Ed Wiley Cedar Run Gen Scott Brown and Mr James H Dryden son of Mr M D Averill Benson J O Anderson and Ezra J B Dryden of the Evening Journal Allison and Miss Maggie Connor will bo Forks of Elkhorn South Trimble married on Wednesday Juno 3d at and Ed P Bryan Peaks Mill Wjm Pickett andT E the home of the bride on High View Dailey near this city Bloomington Wm Hayden and Â¬ THE BLACKBURN MON Â¬ UMENT To be Unveiled and Dedi Â¬ cated with Masonic Ceremonies C f BROWR IBZBOuIDv7- CO m compliment to these gentlemen By the Democracy of Resolved Franklin county in Convention as sembled that tho delegates repre- Â¬ senting this county in the Stato Gayle Democratic Convention to be held 34 lm in the city of Louisville on May 13th are instructed to cast the vote of this county for W T B Soutn for Democratic Primary State Treasurer and for J Alex Grant for Register of the Land A primary election has been order- Â¬ Office and to use all honorable means Com- Â¬ ed by the Democratic County to secure their nomination and that mittee to be held on Saturday the the delegates are directed to cast the 30th inst for the purpose of nominat- vote of the county on all questions as unit ing a candidate for Representative a The meeting then adjourned county in the next Legis- Â¬ of Franklin lature J W Gayle the druggist desires us to publish the following testi Dr Kelley Coming monial as he handles the remedy and believes it to be reliable Dr W I Kelley the celebrated I bought a 50 cent bottle of Cham Â¬ Cincinnati will be at berlains Pain Balm and applied it to specialist of mv limbs which the Capital Hotel on Friday next with rheumatism have been afflicted at intervals for one May 15th where he hopes to meet all year At tho time I bought the Pain of those who he is now treating and Balm I was unable to walk I can many others who are in need of his truthfully say that Pain Balm has R H Farr completely cured me services Holywood Kansas Mr A B Cox m the leading druggist at Holywood vouches Tlie ladies Delighted statementfor the truth of tho above The pleasant effect and the perfect safety with which ladies may use the Advertised Letters liquid fruit laxative Syrup of Figs under all conditions make it their Below will be found a list of advortised favorite remedy It is pleasing to lotters for tho week ending May 9th the eye and to the taste gentle yet effectual in acting on the kidneys 1891 Bnsh Eyoma Jett Carrie liver and bowels Johnson Maliccy Bell O H Â¬ In almost every neighborhood throughout the west there is some one or more persons whoso lives have been saved by Chamberlains Diarrhcea Cholera and Colic Kemedy or who have been cured of Such per-Â¬ chronic diarrhcea by ic sons take especial pleasure in recom- Â¬ mending the remedy to others The praise that follows its introduction and use makes it very popular 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by J W James Carr adopted The following resolution was then whereas Tho county of Franklin is the home of W T B South candi Â¬ date for State Treasurer and of J Alex Grant candidate for Register of the Land Office as a merited Grand Master Chas H Fisk of the Grand Lodge of Kentucky Ancient n Z2ST --A2STZD York Masons has accepted Gov Buckners invitation to unveil and dedicate the monument recently erected by the State in tho Cemetery at this placo to tho memory of tho late Governor Luke P Blackburn Competition is the life of trade and we are always ready to meet it Tho ceremonies will take place on We are especially prepared to do so in the afternoon of the 27th of this month the Grand Lodge of Ken Â¬ tucky will bo convened hero for the purpose and the ceremonies will be in charge of the grand officers though addresses will be delivered upon the life and character of Gov Blackburn by Gen Basil Duke and Judge W M Beckner The Grand Commandery which The stock in this department is of recent purchase our Mr Brower will be in session at that time will having just returned from the East and is complete in act as escort to the Grand Lodge every- detail and the procession will be quite an imposing one CARPETS RUGS - FROM BAD TO WORSE The ordinary treatment of conta Â¬ ever before gious blood poisoning is to drive one poison from tho system by introduc- Â¬ ing another The resultj in most cases has been that which usually Call and examine our Spring Styles while the stock is fresh and voir follows a leap from tho frying pan into the fire To put it mildly merwill be convinced that we are curial and other mineral poisonings have disadvantages which are hard- Â¬ ly less serious than contagious blood poison In either case tho system is wrecked and yet there is no reason why humanity should continue to suffer It is tho office of S S S to cure contagious blood poisoning For that disease the medicine is sure Â¬ WITH THE ly a specific And it is also its office to cure mercurial and other mineral poisoning In short S S S is the great blood purifier It destroys the germs of tho contagious disease and STOCK AND LOWEST PRICES expels from the system all forms of LARGEST minofal poisoning It restores health and strength to the sufferer Of any like establishment in the State Â¬ Our increased business has brought advantages that enable us to offer better values for the money than HEADQUARTERS 1 Buckleus Arnica Salve I X ffl William H Ethel Mitchel Frank A Off Go to James ODonnell for fish Morgan Richard oysters and ice McQuillin Weilio Corles W D Â¬ Wo are requested by Jailer Wil Dodoy Bettio Pindall Cynthn Jnn liams to say that the account of the Day Bell Pickens Eugene Complicated watch work a spe attempted escape of Johnson the Dooley W H Polsgrove James cialty ajFW L Coppersmiths 234 St burglar from the jail in this city Evorhardt J times Polsgrov6 Lula Clair Ronv which appeared in the Louisville Echols Joseph R Smith Annie Gloster LoRoy Ellison Courier Journal was greatly exager Franklin Georgo Shawhan J W Pump For Sale A good second Â¬ Stafford Mollie ated and containod very little if any Friodraan Louis hand force pump for cistern Apply at Smith Mary Gibson Aloxandor truth Ho also says the only account Graves Oharloy this office Stephens Oma of the nffair anything like correct ap- Â¬ Glass Lulie Stant Nora E For Rent The two story frame peared in the last issue of the Round Â¬ Hooker Annie Thorn pton Charles residence on tho corner of Logan and C L Tromont Edwiu S Cross streets Apply to about the only mistake wo made wasÂ¬ Hessel Henry Verrell J B in speaking of his son as Deputy Jail- Hester W K Mrs A E Stephens Williams George H Howard er as he has no deputy Williams Georgiaua Helm W W m Billiards and Pool Lovers of Watson John Con Â¬ When calling for these letters say ad- - billiards and pool will find Wiley 0 Williams hall on St Clair street vortised 25 tf open Terribly Berdgit Mnttio Black Mnrthii Clark Dora Campbell Dollio Jeffrie McQueen The best salve in the world fot Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Carpets Furniture Rheum Fever Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns and all Skin Eruptions and posi- Â¬ MAIN AND BROADWAY tively cures Piles or no pay re- Â¬ It is guaranteed to give quired perfect satisfaction or money re Price 25 cents per box funded For sale by South Side drug store 5 iy r H Carpenter Wall Paper Draperies LEXINGTON KY MS L AW2T MOWERS GARDEN HOSE WIRE SCREEN CLOTH And the Largest Stock of JSL I AEDWARS SMI Democratic County vention purpose of appointing delegates to the State Convention which meets in Louisville on Wednesday May 13th The Convention was called to or- Â¬ der by J W Gaines Chairman of tho Franklin County Democratic Commit too and G W Hall was elected chairman and W H Parront choson Secretary convention tho On motion to tho Stato houso yard adjourned On motion tho dologatos from each precinct wore diroctod to got togothor and solect thoso persons whom they desired to represent them in tho Stato convention Aftor considerable wrangling in some of tho precinct meotings tho Court house having to hold two Tho Democratic party of Franklin county mot in mass convention at tho Court house on Saturday for the J M Safkell Postmaster Through tho Weary Houra Of many a night mado doubly long by lt3 pro traded ngouy thu rheumatic sulfa or touscs to ami fio on his loclcss couch vainly prayhiK that rcBt wliicli only cornea by His malady Is one which tits and stnrta ordinary medicines too often fail to relievo but there is ample evidence to provo that the efficient blood dopuronr Ilostotters Stomach Hitters airorila tho rheumatic reliable nioumi ofiellof Check tho malady In its incipient stages when tho llrst premonitory twingea come on with this ngreenhlo mvdicitio and avoid yeai a of torture Whatovor bcrtho ration alo of the active intlucnco otthe Hitters upon this malady cortain it la ihiit no evidonco rolatmK to its ctlect io mnro direct and pos Â¬ itive than that which rolntes to its action in cases of rhcumatlmii MUo all utorlins rcino dlcs however It deservis a protracted systo mntfo trial and should not bo abandoned btcaueo not at onco remedial It li equally indigestion amx cillaeinus in dyapephid kindred diseases Colds and Coughs croup sore throat bronchitis asthma and hoarseness cured by fr TaBbdIu PILES SALT RHEUM TJR-OID--S0KFOR MEDICINAL z I - IV art1 THE GREAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY FOR w M ECZEMA WOUNDS PILESI BURNS c n iffy ftyersCherryPectoral the safest and most effective emergency medicine It should be in every family J SORES CROUP BRONCHITIS Send threo two cent stamps for froe sample box and book price so P cents Pruott on Washington street known as tho First Presbyterian Possession givon April Parsonago Apply to II H Watson or J W 1st residence Foil Rent o Tho two story brick BATH TOILET AND NURSERY PURPOSES i iKrlf Dr C Ayer Co Lowell Mass 27 tf JAR OID CO CHICAGO ILL- For sale by ZEZEEXX 0 2SdE32STXES ly Doc 13 Si JsHHr WMMmaM nlJIMlHffiW f THTtf CTwanwiag iujmvtmimb iwhemsotjw WO with INGM MLmgTW Mtnwl Bara v t 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- Â¬ ing lor himself and family at prices which are undoubtedly the very owest to LMBTrilrlwiiiinrfiiBJi mI 3MOg2 Besides I bought a s ji am now doing business Fr For less than manufacturers EjDTT JXXEI A 111 one half the expense that other houses have therefore I am able and willing to give my customers that benefit large stock of Men s Youths Hoys and Children s OXJOalS3X3XrC3r JkJSITS lOIJSL1 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 ID TIME TABLE f ELAJEMRX sTXt Loren Trescott are TBAINB WEST keepers of the Gov Lighthouse at i fir0 n m Sand Beach Mich and are blessed No23lenvoBFrnnkfort r No 17 leaves Frnnkfort 030 n m with a daughter four years old 250 pm Last April she was takon down with No 21 leaves Frankfort 700 pm Measles followed with a dreadful I Nol9leavop Frankfort Cough and turning into a fever Doc- Â¬ TltAINS EAST tors at home and at Detroit treated 101G a m her but in vain she grew worse No 18 leaves Frankfort 454 p m rapidly until she was a mere handful No 20 leaves Frankfort 1115 p in of bones No 22 leaves Frankfort Then she tried Dr Kings fi M- lK r m New Discovery and after the use of jnu r iiuuviuii univun Nor 251 and 21 still connect for Cincin- - two and a half bottles was complete- Â¬ ly cured They say Dr Kings New f nati but 21 no longer connects for Slid- - Discovery is worth its weight in goid byville No 23 still makes Sh lbyvilie yet you may get a trial bottle free at connection Mr and Mrs k Thn fnllojtfiiiir fimH tnlilo N road effect upon the L IS HOW Little Girls Experience Dr Males Household Oint Â¬ in a JLigltliOKSe ment absolutely cures catarrh It cures Cures neuralgia and rheumatism 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 aro cured quickly different from all else supe- Â¬ rior to all else it has no equal 25 and 50c boxes largo size cheapest Sold at Phil Carpenters drug store South Side 52 st ouches sTiEsiErE LfifiadElii IN- -- Is the finest cure in tho world It 3 S DWAR PEACHCAI lumber Gas Steam Fitter AND DEALER OlVnln it Gov Gas Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Closets PIPE AND FITTINGS ETC STEIOT ATTENTION GIVEN TO JOB AND CONTRACT WORK ALL WORK GUARANTEED EPBRYAN 111 Agent Phil Carpenters Drug Store 6 xiie First Step Crittenden Children Cry for Pitchers Castcm EM I Forget We clip the following notice of the from If yon are going west that the illness of Gov T T Crittenden Louisville St Louis Air the Lexington Transcript of yester- the finest trains in the worldLine run between day Louisville and St Louis Trains Private dispatches received in this leaving at 810 a m daily equipped city yesterday indicate that the ill with Pullman perlecten salty steam mess of Gov T T Crittenden of heated day coaches parlor and din- Â¬ Kansas City Mo as likely to prove ing cars Trains leaving Louisville fatal He was stricken with apo- at 915 p m equipped with day plexy on Monday Tuesday he ral- Â¬ coaches and Pullman drawing room lied somewhat but his physicians sleepers case hopeless He is now think If you wish comfort safty and i a native of his Oloverport Ivy a gradu quick time be sure and call for tick ate of Center College in the famous ets via the Air Line Any information class of 1855 with John Young Brown regarding maps rates etc will be W C P Breckinridge Boyd Win promptly furnished by writing to chest or Thomas M Green and other B L Bryant He prominent men of this State Trav Pass Agt was married in Winchester Ky in 10 tf Louisville Ky is a 1857 to Miss Carrie Jackson who cousin of Mia Gen Robinson of this city He was a gallant soldier in the CO D Federal army was elected Governor of Missouri in 187S served four years Aand has since made both fame and Fine KJress Goods fortune in his profession Gov Crittenden is a brother of the Our entire stock of colored woolen late John Allen Cri tenden and was novelty dress goods at cost to close married at the Capital Hotel in this city instead of Winchester as the Cotton 2ongee Transcript lias it the ceremony be 600 yards at 14 cents a yard ing performed by the late Dr J C Dont Â¬ Â¬ Perhaps you are run down cant sleep cant think cant do any thing to your satisfaction and you wonder In what ails you You should heed the warning you are taking the first step Into Nervous prostration You need a Nerve Tonic and in Electric Bitters you will find tho exact remedy for re- Â¬ storing your nervous system to its normal healthy condition Surpris Â¬ ing results follow the use of this great Nerve Tonic and Alterative Your appetite returns good digestion is re- Â¬ stored and the liver and kidneys re- Â¬ sume healthy action Try a bottle Price 50c at the Drug Store of 6 P H Carpenter ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF rear of Salenders Grooery No Money FRANKFORT KENTUKOY Required of Responsible Parties to Commencj Treatment A V Â¬ 18 mill l t Young at that time President of Frencli CUallies Center College father of the present All wool challies from 45 cents a Tnstinfi Jnlm M Ilnrlan yard and up nranirlnntl r ot the u fcj supreme court was one of the attendants he and Gov Crit Parasols and Umbrellas tenden were then young lawyers We have some choice novelties practicing at the bar in this city Gov Crittenden has many relatives Lace Curtains and friends here who are deeply Our stock at cost to close pained to hear of his dangerous ill- fness Ladies muslin underwear at cost Fine Mantels Millinery Our stock the finest in the city is Mr Ed Power has just received very complete and we are constantly the finest line of wood and iron man- Â¬ receiving the latest styles tels ever shown in this city and it is Co Sam D Johnson futnhliull- nirrtufli n Tiait tn Viih lfncr yttii ment to see these magnificent works Com Â¬ of mechanical genius He has them Only 13 to Old Va Re Â¬ fort in all styles from the cheapest to the His tile most elaborate designs On Tuesday July 21st a special hearths and fronts which go with each rtrntel am marvels of beauty train will be run f 0 Old Point Com- Â¬ and will have to be i in to be appre fort from Lexington under the aus- Â¬ i lill line of tile ciated His kut for hearths oa at all times and pices of the Missionary Society of ho will make them up into any com- Â¬ tho Main street Christian Church bination to suit the purchaser He is Only 13 for round trip and the pioneer in this city in the wood special low rates the the Hygeia Hotel at his facilities aro mantel business and His iron mantels for those who go on this excursion unsurpassed range in price from 10 up and his Make your arrangements to go as wood mantels with glass tops range this will bo tho cheapest and most in price from 30 up to the most Those of our desirable excursion from Lexington costly designs made people who anticipate building this season should go to him for estimates before Tickets good to return until August making their purchases in this lino 8th and holders may stop at any of C G 110CKKNSM1T1I of goods Ho has accepted the agency tho Virginia L D iOINDKXTEK on return trip resorts DC THOMPSON for tho Alaska Refrigerator which is W M UAYDON His For explanatory circular see or ad Â¬ said to be the best over made J M PAUKErt stock is complete in this also and if dress any railroad agent or iJ M HAMBO L HANNKN you want the best to lie found you G W Barney Directors will give him your order for one of 1 n Sots or Kentucky W H Boswell l his Alaskas count r or FiUMCMK J al Consultation and Examiriafon Free And every fourih week thereter Returning Every Fourth Vook Thereafter CONSBIiTATTON ANI EXAMINATION IS lREEnncl ho will promptly tell you all about your disease und thu prospects ol a cure Ixe undertakes no incurable cases IiDIES ufllleted with any of tho ills peculiar to thilrsox mny consult hint with per Â¬ Tliolr cnsei fect conlldonco and tho UEsuinuco of coititln relief and porniiuient euie will receive that Kind and cunsldoiMte attention which all will appreciate Ills tieatinont proves satisfactory local tieattruiu In seldom neeoary always Ovnrlitn Iumoro iu their earlier binges cuicd vithout pain or Instrumental Inter Â¬ ference Sterility Is usually tho result ot cmolessncss or Ignorance It cun bo remedied Epilepsy or IlCs cured by a never fulllut treatment UenluesM many cases can bo cured CnnccrH permanently removed iioni the roost delicate organs by our own peculiar method llttlo or no pain 110I033 of blood no Unlfoor cnustlu the only positive cure Stricture Varicocele Hydrocele MprrKtiitorrhcu and all uuuiUuial discharges permanently cured MENof nil tiges who suller from Indiscretion nnd excesses will bonofit by our counsel and treatment If they observe certain tcdlinents in the urltv or Irritation of the urinary organs Ihoy should consult ua without delay We restore all such cases Tho doctor treats with unfailing success nil forms of Rectal iInciih such ns 11 le SlNtulu FiHHtiro und Ulrcration of tho Itowol by u method of his own discovery without pain or detention fiom business lie guarantees all cases Early Interference Is considered tho best of judgment In all cases and saves time money nnd health Tho success attained In tho treatment of tho cases which ho mukes his specialty Is truly phenomenal Wonderful Cures havo been effoctcd In old and difficult cases which havo baffled tho I N II Smith Clerk of the County Court for clIbrtHof nil others G A Delonq A his rooms aro usually crowded it is bolter to call early In tho day to nvold being the County and state aforesaid do oertlfy that Ohas L Brown G P A Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria tho foregoing articles of Incorporation vvero on diiayed the 4th day of May 18Jl produced to io In said Persons consulting him should bring from two to four ounces of their urlno In a clean Lexington Ky county and acknowledge betore me b C bottle for examination llockensmlth V M Uadou D C Thompson Cottage coll FoRSAiiE or Rent Patients treated by mall or express but when posslblo personal consultation Is prefer-Â¬ L M Itainbo J Parker ie taining five rooms situated on Cross For Rent A brick cottage of D llannen K to be their act Mmid deed und L able List of questions sent on application where Polndexter with this All Consultations CoiTcspoaricucuj and Cassfi briefly Confidential the fltreet south aide Delightuil loca three rooms on tho hill opposite upon been sumo together my otllce certlllcute duly recorded In have an necessary Scotts tion anu to Mrs Mary conveniences John L Gobbor residence Apply to til ven under my hand this 6th day of May 18il postage reply C 0 Dt to any parL of tno United yli- mid Cnnnda Address urtth Treatment sent Apply Brown Day Henry for NB SMITH C 32 tf May J 4t C F C Br C H BOGlLjfl Uox 703 Cincinnati 0 State Librarian Â¬ Point and turn Â¬ tUl ALL KNOW we the MBN BY THESE PRESENTS undersigned directors and our associated do Hereby agree to and adopt trio fol- Â¬ lowing articles of incorporation Sec 1 The btjle of this company shall be tho Peaks Mill F L U Mill company bee 2 Tho principal place of buslnet s shall be Pe iks Mill Franklin county Ky and the busi- Â¬ ness to be conducted by the company is the manufacture ot Hour and meal lor custom and merchandise See a The company shah nine power to have perpetu il Buccelon to sue and be sued by the corporate name to hau a common seal and aiter tlw same at pleurc to render the armre or interests of stockholder transierable and to prescribe tlie mode of making such transfers to make contracts ucuuliu anu transfer property nusseMSim Hit same power In fcuUi respects as private Individuals now enjoj to establish niuw all rules and regulations deemed expedient lor ma ninnajeiuent of their aailra not In consistent with the laws ol this Mate or ot the United stat s an to have all the powers granted 10 such corporations by Chap 56 of the ieneral statutes ot Kentuckj und amendments thereto li snail have povter to make and enter Into any and all contracts agreements undertak- Â¬ ings purohusss und sales pertaining to laid bust-ne-- s to slyn Indorse executu and deliver notes draits bills bonds and other writ- Â¬ ings 10 bonow money and make advances of tho same tvltn power to uioittjye Its property for such purposes and to do all und singly tho thliiKS abovo mentioned und those which now are or may herealter become necessary for the proper transaction of the business of said company In so far us the same Is right and authorized by law Sec 4 The capital stock of the company shall bo sis thousand dollars 6100 divided Into 1200 twelve hundred shares of 600 five dollars each to bo paid for as ordered by the Board of Directors heielnafter provided for No person shall be allowed to hold or own any ot the stock ol said compaii unless he be a meinbsr In good staudlngof the farmers and Laborers Union See 5 The prlitte property shall be exempt from execution or attachment for the debts ot the company Sec C The officers of the company shall consist of a Board of seven Directors who shall be chosen annually on the llrtt Saturday of May and the present Board of Directors consisting of L llannen K M lUinoo J if Parker D 0 31 llaydon L D Polndexter and Thompson C i Hocnensmlth shall Serve until the first Sat Â¬ urday of May 16JJ The President Vice Presi dent Secretary and Treasurer shall be members of the Boaid or Dlieetors Sec 7 The Boaid of Directors shall elect n business manager and booK keeper who shall makearepoitattheendof every month show lug tho exact condition ec 6 The highest amount ot Indebtedness to which the company may at any time subject Itself shall not exceed tnieo thousand dollars 3100 and the company may commence busi ness when one halt ot the capital stock shall have been subscribed for and shall continued tor twentj ilve ears unless sooner dissolved Secl The charges for toll shall not exceed the rates prescribed by law tor steam mlllv Witness our hands this 2d day or Mm 1KII Â¬ Â¬ ti The VTl ini DENT Vi LUGEON awl SPECIALIST nl Oiiakgi id w Ohio Mcmcal Institute lias for the treatment of CHRONIC NERVOUS FEMALE ns Bronchitis Catarrh Cough Rheumatism all Rectum Liver Kidneys Bladder Sexual Organs of the Eye and Ear Deformities elo HE WILL BE AT lHVJ tliu llULADElPHIA ioo MAPiu m of Cincinnati HOSPITAL O o formerly Eesi- PHYSICIAN-IN- - UNEIUIi 0111 thirty years devoted his attention to AND SURGICAL DISEASES such diseases of tho Stomaoh Bowels Heart Nerves and Brain diseases THE xi FBANKFOBT KY WEDNESDAY MAY 6 CAPITAL HOTEL H 1 Â¬ - v J iiuJtxj hitalliyLdStttrt KBUnDif it I iifcia iii3refTOjB s hlii Ea Vii l5iS6 Mfcfifcki 9nBBvmiisSSi M rw tlferttt8li tixinmeiuit JVil u HF B r BOOHDflBOD VOL T- - sopip NUMBER MAY 9 t LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MARKET 35 DUKKETT FURNISHED IiY GLOVER LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE JACOBSWIGERTCO Have Removed From the Baltzel Building - XIV KY FRANKFORT 1891 just closed amountto 2438 hhdswith Sales on our market for tho week JOHN ROBINSONS HOLI Â¬ DAYS A 37801 receipts of 1518 for tho same period Sales on our market since January Sales of 1st amount to 57801 hhds the crop of 1800 on our market to dato hhds Fairy land Carnival for his Little I rieiulh f N- - ES- - John Robinson bears much the same relationship to bright pushing CO RAILWAY UNION curious irrepressible childhood that KENTUCKY Santa Claus does to tho world at TIME CARD large The children look upon him with commingled wonder and affec- Â¬ EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 2IST 1890 tion as the veritable sovereign of GOING EAST fairy land and he reciprocates their 300 p m Leave Lexington contldence and regard in right royal Leave Winchester 4iOpiii fashion Ho says that a happy LuaeClay City 4 461 p in C25 p m most likely to make an Arrive Lumber Point child is tho 080 p m and carries out this Arrive Three Forks honest man 1130 a in theory by fairly overwhelming his Leave Three Forks 125 p in little friends with innocent fun won- Arrive Elkatawa GOING WEST der and delightful instruction To 835 u m please them is tho pot hobby of his Le ve Elkatawa 1030 a in old age and tho energy and ingenui- Â¬ Arrive Tnrec Forks 000 a in Leave ty he displays in that direction is Arrlvo Three torks 005 a m Lumber collects Arrive Clay City Point He marvelous simply 737 a m b30 a m Winchester great companies of clowns caravans Arrlvo Lexington 9 80 a in Arrive cavalcades and aviaries of birds wild beasts horses and ponies for Connections made at Lumber Point with that special purpose There is a steamer to for Utnttjvllle Elkatawa Is nearest Ky most uproarous carnival of two and st itlonand Jackson runTrains between Three dully between Three Lexington Forks fools in mot- Â¬ Folks and ilktitawu dally Mindujs excepted four legged grotesque0 J L MURPHY ley fur and feathers a hairy dwarf ieiieril Passenger Agent elephant riding a bicycle trick seals pigs bears zebras dogs ponies sheeD oxen coats roosters pigeons pelicans monkeys and other beasts The Courier ana oiras Besides an tuu uiuuzuikÂ¬ LOUISVILLE KY performances in mid air in the circus rings and on the elavated Olym- Â¬ Subscription Rates Dally and Sunday 1000 a pian stages the real Roman hippo- Â¬ Kir Dilly without Sunday 800 a ear Sunday drome the stupendous gorgeous 200 Wi ekly J100 ti jear and thrilling scenes in the sublimely THE WEEKLY CDilEMOOIliL grand sDectacular biblical drama of King Solomon his Temple and Democratic the Quoen of Sheba indisputably litis the largest circulation of any proposes to Newspaper In tho the grandest scenic production of double or treble ItsUnited btites and alrMdy lirte circulation the ago with its beautiful costuming Â¬ appropri- HOVv magnificent trapping and UY GIVING AWAY KVCI1 AND ate ballet The combined entertain Â¬ KVKUY DAY to some one a spltndld High Arm ment constituting the most instruc Sewing Mncliino or a handsome Gold Watch AH particulars In Weekly tive and amusing exhibition for both SOLUlKLY FREE in Full copy free Send for one Courler Jouiial ha pie old and young ever witnessed in tho Address W N HALDEHAN world But are we not all children President Courier Journal Company Â¬ prises Without doubt John Robinsons transcondently grand and moRnilicont show is tho childrens paradise wheth- Â¬ er they be the heirs to fortune or to years of grinding labor Tho very air seems laden with soothing perfumes tho music hath the charms of sweet strains in fairy land and the place itself is enchanted If to those children who have had much it is all this how much more it is to those who have nothing Imagination colors all with tho joyous color- Â¬ ing that vanishes with childhood To the little miss in neat dress and dainty hat and to the little lad with patch on pants and well worn cap it is equal to a magic realm of Arabian Nights wonders pleasures and surÂ¬ Â¬ The reports desirable character from the country indicate that tho plant beds aro in good condition and with favorable weather for tho next few weeks the crop can bo put on the hill in fairly good season The following quotations fairly represent our market for burley 2 00 tobacco 3 50 Colory trash Common lugs not colory 3 50 6 00 Colory lugs 7 00 Common leaf 11 00 Medium to good leaf 16 00 Good to flno illlers Our market has1 shown more irreg ularity this week for the common and medium grades of burley and the offerings have embraced an unusually small per cent of tobacco of Â¬ onsr zml iet stzbeseit to nf H101 MD 102 JIM STREET k Basement the Capital Hntels- - BSyThey will fill this space with an entirely new advertisement in a Trash dark or damaged tobacco short time 3 00 8 00 5 50 12 00 Select or wrappery leaf 11 00 16 00 22 00 27 50 JOHU T BUCKLEY Queensware and Fancy China Tea Sets 56 pieces 3 Dinner Sets from 850 up The largest stock in Central Kentucky to select presents Â¬ 22 00 from Stoves Tinware and Home Furnishing Goods Cook Stoves from 475 up Heating Stoves from 3 up Plumbing and Gas Fitting Tin Roofing and Guttering Job work of all kinds in both branches done promptly and guaranteed to be first class I have the largest stock in my different lines to be found in Central Kentucky and at prices that are beyond all competitors Give me a call JOHN T BUCKLEY ANNOUNCEMENT OLD THE KENTUCKY ROUTE E D Journal We are authorized to announce LEE A OWEN as a candidate to represent Franklin county In the House of Representatives of the next Gener Â¬ Mississippi Valley Co al Assembly of Kentucky subject to the action of Newport News the Democratic party SHORT LINE TO April 11 te We aro authorized to announce C H JULIAN as a candidate for Representative of Franklin county In the next Legislature supject to the ac Â¬ tion of the Democratic party Washington Philadelphia New York Baltimore Old Point and the Sea Shore AND ALL EASTERN IN EFFECT JANUARY EAST ROUND CITIES 4 1W1 Fast Fast Mall Accomino Express Dull ilatlon Dally Exduny 7 45 am Dally fScli W when Robinspn comes Louisville Klntcckv PATENTS A pamphlet of Information s tract 01 1 no lawjenowinK Addrei Lve LouIsillo Lexington Wlnenester Mt Sterling OlUo Hill I 2 35 pm 10 pin 11 40 am ti 5 J 1111 1- - 45 pm 7 JO pilll 1 25pit c TIic Ertwards Heirs In obedience to the wishes of a The quick and direct rout trom large number of tho Robert Edwards heirs living in various States and in responso to resolutions passed at a LOUISVILLE TO fiOKJUISAS AND TEXAS meeting held at Indianapolis Ind and Frankfort Ky we do hereby One hundred and flit mllea call a general meeting of Itobt Ed Â¬ wards heirs to assemble at Louis- SHORTEST TO LITTLE ROCK ville Ky on Thursday May 25 1891 Â¬ Wo hope there will bo a large attendAnd the only route Â¬ limb Obtain lntenis caveats Ttaae Marts copyrisnts sent jut uoir icy andab- - Ashland Catlettsburg Huntington Arr 10 30 pml 10 43 pin 11 07 pin JUJpml 3 35 Pm 5 35 pm 5 50 pm I ti 25 pill 25 pm 0 35 pm SO pin 7 10 15 pm fl WEST HOUND v36l llrondway New York N1UNN CUV tIKi Ml Charleston Lve Huntington Catlettsuurg Asliland Olive Hill Mt 11 Mack Salyers Darnells Stable Gos Sterling Winchester Lexington LoulsWllo New Meat Market 223 Main Street near Jlanniui Arr Arr Ll nmi 12 50 ami u 00 am 10 inn ti 25 am 20 pill ti 35 am 10 pml 8 17 am 2 5s pm 4 3 J pun 10 52 am 6 12 pm 11 45 111 5 15 pill 12 40 pill 0 15 pill I 4 00 pill 1 1 1 I I 7 15 urn 8 10 am 12 15n 11 3 45 am ti 25 urn ance either in person or by attor- Â¬ ney bringing with them all the im- Â¬ portant evidence they have or can Without Change of Cars procure either of heirship or title to II you are golDg to emigrate to the Robt Edwards estate of Now City as very important busi Â¬ York ness will bo transacted at said meet Snerman Dallas Fort Worth inc iV H Edwards Versailles C M Tho Willard No change of cars to ed as headqunrtors where special rates of 2 por day havo boon obtained Â¬ MONTGOMERY MOBILE MEMPHIS with a room furnished for tho meeting free AHD NEW ORLEANS Â¬ Now Castlo Ky Hotel has been select- Mathews Ky Austin Houatin This Is the CHEAPEST AND JJEST ROUTE East of Huntington on the C A-- O Route FAST MAIL TRAINS runs dally except Sunday Wo will run wagons on both sides of the river between Lexington and Huntington Make di Â¬ and deliver goods In unypaitot tho city rect connections at Huntington with C A-- O At Ashland with SV Ry At Winchester with K iMack Salyers L Co C It It north and south bound and at Lexing N L S and C N O A X P Rail ton with L April 18 tf roads L xTNG TON ANlOLlVE HILL ACCOMMO DAXION dally Connects at Winchester to and from K 0 Points audat Lexington with L S R Meats of all Kinds Fresh ALWAYS ON HAND EXPRESS runs LIMITED VESTIRULEI dally and lias Vestlbuled Pullman Hullet Sleep Â¬ ers between Louisville Lexington Washington Now York and Old Point Comfoit This train Is made part of the celebrated if1 f v Â¬ Â¬ Aubrey Williams 1 It lor Louisville Ky DEALERS IN M Coppersmith tho jeweler and havo it properly repaired not If your watch does but run correct take it to fume and fret dont Ifor further Information address Fresh Meats and Groceries Our wagon Corner of Rrldge and Second streets will call nt jour door every morning with choice cuts of meat Orders trom the store or18 wagon April lin will receive prompt attention For full Information In regard to Rates Routes Ac apply to any Agent of this or connecting lines or to II E HUNTINOTON V O AV R VHNKY U Ai Lexington C L C P ATM ORE QP TA LOrjl3YILMC KKNTOCKT M PandO LEXINGTON Ky IlKOWV Gen Pass Agent KY W S IlAltll ISOV G A Ashland Ky rT- - J J J a 4 x i- - - i J- Si - I o X - w nj y V ir f v -- rVfe j - - tg i V - CV J v - irtf 4 M i liji5 - - 71 u j - U - -- v1 x v j v vr-V- I I vB i y- - - x- - i l 9 t 4 - V - 1 v - V - as 4 v5 r fl S i i - V v -- r v I 4 1 if iV - i f V- 7 i 3J- a iCML tVi r a A - v K 5 A i Ia i1 - J ii - JjMTf MaWWaMjBBWPnapBMwaMBMBMMWMaaMawwaMra ii vI F FTTH PTP - Is headquarters for everything wanted on a farm 1 M jm XJ iWTVTLfcW t wTS OKIETST TIKIE PS ILjIESGKErJSX1 HjXZTIB OrJT1 P erne Hand EufrkiAjriMO and arm IViaeSiiiies 850 200 40c 150 Peering Binders and To be found in Central Kentucky and at prices not to be duplicated Oliver Chilled Plow at Double Shovel Plows at Hollar Pads three hook at Good Leather Collars 2 buckle at Buggy Ousters Fly Nets lade Saddles h nnrl E5 rl m issuwcia ctnu uiiiUCI its and Harness Tiuiha am I Willed SJJBUIciliy Come and see us and we will save you money Opposite Court House A WctldiMgr Q j E CRUTCHER a Mr J I Cash Hickory Grovo Farm homo of Itucine Wis lays Alter tryir every known remedy I removed a lurso Lutu h of two years stnndinj from a 3 year old ally with three applications of Jny-Eye-S- CO iaKH0RM on Tlie 4tli PEN PICTURES OF A LUNATIC Â¬ rjirayru ywiMByiaiiiiattiiiiciiiiiai8ii iciiriiiifiiiiiiiiiiiacsgiiiitisigaBvisc VKglitHS There will be a wedding at the First Presbyterian Church on the evening of the fourth of Juno A Frankfort young lady and a Boston gentleman will be the contracting parties Miles Nerve and Liver children Smallest mildest surest 50 doses for 25 cents Samples tree at J W Gaylos Frankfort Ky 45 ly An important discovery They act on the liver stomach and bowels through the nerves A new principle They speedily cure billiousness badÂ¬ taste torpid liver piles and constipation Splendid for mon women and Pills Bicycle Tumble A party of bicyclists composed of Messrs Ben Marshall Lee llulott Todd Crutcher and Will A Lewis Darnells track wont out to Mangan Thursday evening and made several runs over the course In the first round Mr Ben Marshall covered tho mile in 3 minutes and 23 seconds Crutcher second Lewis weakened at the half mile polo and Hu lotts wheel became disabled at On tho the throe quarter poBt second run in coming into the homo stretch Messrs Lewis and Crutcher collided and Lewis was trown oifhis machine having his loft cheek bruised and his left wrist sprained -- Married f n r i r r iirV lifiAllH it uiu v liAliljilllliVUIlUWii ai Al SI uiiiuiiu imiaiiii sago 111 this city on Tuesday Muy Cth lbJl Mr Dun canaiinu aim jiiss wuiuem urown uuiu ui this city I 1 i Born MOltSE In tliN city on Thursday May 7th lbJl to Mr Frank II Morse of tho Round ahout Job looms and wife a daughter Fkkdv PmmifMlllMMMMnWMMMMMPWHMnl MwMtUMiiwraj Uicl FARMKR Iu Louisville on Friday May 1 18JlMr Hiirry Fanner lornierlyof this county autiti atmtit 40 cars Tho rumnliis were taken to Midway Saturday ufteruoon lor luteinieiit DO NOT SUFFER ANY LONGER hereby guarantee Dr Ackers En- flish Cough Roinedy and will refund Knowing that a cough cun bo checked in a day and tho Arab stages of consumption broken in a wook we to all who buy tako it art do not find our jor directions and statement correct 0 J W Gaylb Druggist a silly hilarious outburst thero is nothIt Is tho best preparation I have ever nscd or heard ing in tho demeanor of Annie P Hud y of I heartily recommend It to till Horsemen son that indicates a disturbed reason J We have hundreds o such testimonial She is a woman of culture and con1M lil 3k Prlc0 pel bottle Askyourdrusslstforlt Ifho feansVfjnrit mw3MS8 verses with a degree of intelligence that XfflMWfflft does UsfiKlusiJcstampJorsllvirfortrlallox BlRySrlUf is worthy of women of sounder mind iUaSftMACSHTIJADn MARK IV IJ EDDY CO Wliltchall N Y mMMX and of higher station in life But not 9aiaiEiiatigisaiiiBiaiiBi3Ji3ii3scin3a3iaiD0iBtBi3i8iiiii3BaicvitnStM mini only does the woman exhibit her intel lectual advautage in conversation but with tho pen alas perhaps tho secret ox apparent insanity she is graphic and We have opened a new store nt the old fSnln stand on tho corner of Main and Lenls street picturesque business Formers Sinco herincarceration she has amused opposite theeverjtlilni Bank and will nime our entire a full Hue there about the llrt of July We will handle in the HAHDWARi LINK nUo of herself by writing tho history of her life in several chapters and in this work she has displayed a familiarity with one of occupy on Uroadnny until July 1st and will sell the entire the the finest arts She paints an ocean stock Wo will letalnsmiebulUltiif e now about jjli000 at amounting to euiUaiued in scene with un ease of beauty that rivals the pen of Dickens in description After dealing separately with the character Wo hae opened ut our new store an entire NEW STOCK OF GOODS and will bo glad to nc on board of a certain ship by way cl preface tho insauo writer turns her pei conmiodate our customers at eltheriplace to tho captain of the vessel Glancing to tho west tho captain discovered a small cloud scudding in a northwesterly direction Dangeris upon Mr L Coppersmith invites a com tho ship and suddenly a pall of gloom parision in workmanship on anything hovers around tho crow the lightning intrusted to his care flashes and tho thunder roars and the mad waves lock arms in fury bursting and splashing against tho ship which If A v TTNDEU 1HEVAILINH CONDITIONS MANY y U hiBs are doo ed to death by ilbease merely trembles at tho anger of tho storm ak1 becaice tho owners fall to take measures to nn Following this is a description of a serve their health collision between two ships at sea in tho IIEVIEK IN- DR darkness when two powerful engines HAAS melt at tho domond feet and timbers crash and fall and tho wind inoana I UiTPfe SU i INS JBWBLRV with tho terrible echo of screams One of tho ill fated vessels binks while it is yet blazing and many people go down into tho sea among the iateu a young married couple on a bridal tour Whoii Clocks Watches tho last portion of tho ship was seen tc dip in tho water tho couplo could b S03S33D SXXSVSAXl plainly seen their arms wrapped around Remidy Poultry og each other while tho scorching flames AND- about them crackled and licked madly llVil Micecsslully for IS years Will Arivst Disease Trevent DNeise at their lives Expel Worms Stop the Couh liu rease the Down they wont togother on their llesh and Hasten Maturity Jjlb IltlChS bridal tour which was perhaps longor SJr si as ami SOo perpk St Clair street wins r50 The largest packages arothocheap- tliau anticipated Then comes tho morn est ing after ihu terrible storm when the For Salo by Watches Clocks and Jcwolry Repaired sun creeping up tho eastern slopo liko a hugo ball of lire to dawn upon the May My charred and blackened timbors of tho ill to soil Nursery fated bhip as thoy danco along on the SIEriMKN All tioods Wnrraiited These IIUHHltU stock surface of tho now calm ocean Ask for Testimonials CLASS KIHST reriuancnt aro only a fow extracts from ono of tho pleasant prolltublo positions for i ir HosoliKj a pamphlet on swlue will be mailed men most interesting chapters of tho story thurluht Liberal iood salaries and exnenses nuld stamp to any address on receipt of a two cent weekly No Inducements to beginners Tho story is full of sorrow and bustle previous experience necessary Outfit free V S Write for terms ulvhu ao with a peculiar interest Momphis Dem Â¬ 011AULES II CHASE Nurseryman Rochester I ocrat N Y Indianapolis Ind Mention tills paper Mar 7 Gm Mnril 8t Â¬ Some Thrilling Incidents Graphically Described by an Insane Woman One of tho brightest lunatics that evnr lingered in tho shadow of grim prison walls is the female who now occupies a front room at tho Shelby county jail With perhaps the exception of a flighty remark occasionally and now and then jgilB JjMY1 - i i Mi lrA irnjTTTfsS m RAD Iff tor Shortest and iiulrkest between CWNATI fPMkforl Hl8 AND FRANKFORT II onir direct llnebetttcen toitflm Haysville rfloiHh and and Paris Fal- - Car- - M - -- - Cynthiana Covington VIA KY GHAMl 3 ASIC FOa riCCElrf MIDMND TIME TBAIHS RUli BJ CEHTML TIMK TABLK DEC A M X SrAHDiSO ID 1 ttJO M 3- 111 Â¬ O- Greatly Reduced Prices S3 OollincLiS zSZ0 TRAINS EAST Lv Frankfort ris 5 15 OSS 6 07 C 23 C 60 7 21 10 15 0 5 7 11 X 1ass aTid 3 12 a 20 3 31 3 6a TTiJ i Mixed 12 Ar leoreetown Lv fieorctii via Q Ar Cincinnati Lv Vr StamilB Ground C Switzer Elk orn 12 25 12 18 n j i mm Death Coitrevllle I1 iris Covlnstoii Newtown fiotirsetown J -- - Lv tMHs via K C t 7JL 1 4 do 4 20 4 SI 07 47 i 06 0 00 2 03 2 25 1 l 12 4Ctl 7 sii 14 7 55 8 13 425 5 fi al i5 i 49frv iamm2 ItUTTf Ar Cincinnati Lv Paris via K Ar Mnysvlllw Lv Paris via Ar Richmond 10 60 7 GH7 b 45 25 7 65 fi 87 G 15 7 20 C Carlisle 10 10 K O 11 27 JOS Winchester A j 12 10 111 i5 M I M 1 A 1 1 M i j ui I Silver Plated Ware il j Â¬ CarlKlo Ar Paris Lv Cincinnati via CovluKtou Ar Parls L Paris Centrevllle Newtown Ar eortown Lv Clutl via J Ar leorgotomi Lv 1 Pass Pass Mlv Mix train train train train tl 10 Lv Richmond via KC 105 1 ry 7 15 Winchester 2 7 ia Paris 1JLJ 7 LvMaysvlllovIa K C 5 20 l 60 TRAINS WEST No 2 No No 8 No 12 r- - j KC 7 i 50 3 20 4 10 7 40 220 U-l- 21 J-l- J 4 fi fi fiO 2 2il fi fi II 8 30 02 9 20 7 00 U 62 0 51 10 11 -i Ai7 850 07 2i 38 00 -L 7 01 1 20 85 5 65 I t C I 7 01 7 Ofi JFKANKFORT Joe Haas W GAYLE KY iooriMoun Stamplii round Swlt7er Ar Vlhorii Frankfort Ill 10 w 10 It 711 7 17 7 55 8 10 60 7 20 5 7 w 00 8 15 8 45 TRAINS DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY HOWARD ORBISON Agent GEO n llARPHit Gen Superintendent VERNON CLARK General PasonterAeent FRANKFORTKY CLAUDE HOWLS City Ticket ARent GENERAL OFFICES i W IV FJlAMEFOfiT ROUNDABOUT S V If In pursuance to a call of tho ing to contract But tho great tntered at tho post oolce at Fraukf ort Kentuck JERSEY COW KAWN C0LOH GIVING achievement which tho laborer Chairman of the County Committee as second class mailable matter about ono k illon up a iluy gains by this provision is that he the Republicans of Franklin county by the undersigned of milk March wis tokenTho about first owner will jiWso call and par charges fiEO A LEWIS Editor and Publisher will no longer be subject to tho met at the Court Houso Monday J D IUCHAnnsON Mar 0 lin insult of those who would bo base afternoon for the purpose of appoint Â¬ enough to attempt to purchase ing delegates to the State Convention FRANKFORT MAY 9 1891 his vote there will no longer bo any which meets at Lexington on tho such thing as degrading free citizens 20th inst Capt E M Drane called by attempts to purchase their votes the meeting to order and after a few MUKENUPAS A STRAY BY O B WADE Tliree Reasons Why 1 ne In the very nature of things there remarks announced that nomina roam irlttnson depot trinkllu county K one h lfer two kwill bo no market for tho purchase of tions were in order for the oftlco of praised at llfUeu jears old which 1 havo ap dollars The people of Kentucky should votes J DMOORE J P FC or tho offering of bribes at Chairman A copj Attest Tho adopt tho new Constitution N B SMITH C P C C elections There will bo no votes for Mi W B Robinson and Capt first reason is that the wholo spirit sale and no purchasers in tho market and purpose of the instrument is to for the purchasers will find it out of Drane were placed in nomination guard and protect the rights and his power to see that the goods are and immediately a squabble arose over the count of tho votes for tho interests of the people and put it delivered OV THE RTOCK forever out of the power of all cor- will be for What a glorious day this respective candidates which was THE ANNUAL MEKTINO and Flat Creek Turn- 1 of the poor man when he kept up for some time and both ihko holderswintho Frankfort the court house In uo held at iiaKi porations and other moneyed combi- can feel assured that he can walk gentlemen took the stand to preside Frankfort on Wednesday the 13th of May 9 a m nations to oppress the plain people 1891for the purpose ot electing a board of directors Mr Robinson 10 moou lor ine ensuing jear J t wiley and honest laborers of the State All erect to the polls and cast his vote over the meeting lies like a free man without being sub- Â¬ addressed tho crowd at considerable R K GAINED that tho people havo to do to know jected to any insult from those who May 2 2t that the new Constitution will have havo heretofore been the proud op- Â¬ length pitching into the Government office holders and Capt Drane this effect is to get a copy of it and pressors of tho poor a3 Chairman of the County CommitTwo hundred thousand read it Â¬ have copies been printed in In the third place tho now Const- tee which Mr Drane replied to or- and distributed itution ought to be accepted by after which at tho suggestion of pamphlet form every man in the State who has a some one Capt Drane and his sup- Â¬ throughout every neighborhood in the State so that the people may read child to educate in the common porters adjourned to tho United schools the it for themselves and know for a cer- fund the as it turns into whichschoolÂ¬ Statos Court room in the CustomÂ¬ Ken- House where the following proceed entire 600000 FARM HAVING SOLD MY Ky on THREE MILES tainty that the highest purpose of the Frankfort the Georgetown tucky will shortly receive from tho ings were had turnpike lor the puiposeof engaging In other to put it out of new Constitution is business I will hell to the highest ana best bidder Federal Government under a recent Capt Drane was unanimously on tho said farm on the power of any and all corporations act Congress Fifty of other reasons chosen chairman and Mr J W to oppi ess and moneyed combinations bo given why the new Constitu- Â¬ Jenkins elected Seci etavy May 28 On motion the laboring and producing classes might Chair appointed tion should be adopted but theso three tho following tho Allot my personalities consisting of tliree or committee to select four good faun hortes among the number ono any longer They have already are enough to show that the docu- Â¬ delegates joung niaie two o 1 milk cows one with a people long enough oppressed the G W Hardin Graves Hancock joung c lit one long jeirling heifer one Deerlng ment has been especially prepared to people havo groaned under nave The Wilder Dupuy G F Stigers Louis binder bought last season ono only cut twelve protect grain with It burdens long enough and the guard and of the the rights honor Weitzel sr Logan Smith J B acres oflast season 010 patent Deerlng mower these bought tolwcco frame peo- Â¬ masses John Fraamin A H one ho rilto ono wheat drill nearly now ono adoption of tho new Constitution will and interests oppression byof the cor- Â¬ Snellen one two horse wagon used ery little roller ple against the Waggoner Thos J Hutchison 0110 good spring wagon double seat two buggies proclaim the freedom of the laboring Who reported the following porations and moneyed powers of the harrows plows slide gear etc lot of tools con power of their task- Â¬ V olasses from the Bridgeport J Jenkins and slstlng of garden plow large bausuge mill lard d land and in this way do press hoes lurks ect In fact all kinds of tools Wilder Dupuy masters After it is adopted all a farm bacon about 40bbls of justice by all It ought to be Cedar Run S F Wood Edgar used on tho cilb so ne old eight thousands pounds corn in seven to banks and railroads and mining adopted by 100000 majority or tobacco Hi the bulk the tobacco will be sold Haruesty and Logan it bmith companies and other moneyed powers Benson G F Stigers and J U for cash household and kitchen furniture und other articles too numerous to mention Suttles and monopolies will have to pay TEUMaOK SALE Ten dollars and under Got Nipped Bald Knob Thos J Chism and auk over that amount a credit of six months taxes on all they are worth just like without interest Notes negotiable and payable Allen at Deposit Bank of Frankfort Ky Tho heavy frost of Wednesday Elisha Creek Peter Brawner the poor man will have to pay taxes Flat May9 3t M LOTUER CRUTCHER great deal of damage to on what his little farm and cow are night did a Bloominjrton Ed Wallace and worth and this will lighten the bur- Â¬ early gardens and grape vines in this J B Snellen den of taxation on the poor locality but the large fruit was not G Peaks Mill Marcus L Moore and W Hardin when these rich corporations can no injured to any extent Switzer Graves Hancock and J T m longer hide their wealth but must Bramlette Thursday May 14th 1891 Guess Not Forks of Elkhorn H O Greenup assessor and pay list it all with tho and John McBride taxes in proportion to their wealth FIVE ACRES OF FARM LAND 1M The Kentucky Midland will run Court House J M Saffell L P is but fair and will reduce the trains between Frankfort and George- Â¬ Tarlton J B Lewis E M Drano and SIXTY frame dwelling good frame stable double This corncrlb lrame Ico house bujgy house log rate of taxation on all while it will town hereafter on Sunday George- Â¬ James iNorrell stable smoke house and a good wtll three good Is and a Market House Jerome Weitzel springs as the big locust grove Tlie farm on put more taxes into the Treasury town Enterprise Andrew Hynn place and lies Hutchison and Lewis known the Bridgeport and Farmdale plko near the than have heretofore been collected The officials of the road whose jr Tiios J Kentucky Military Institute Finnell under the old system which in one headquarters are in this city know JOHN HALMHUBER Gas House N I McDaniel Carroll May2 2t Agent way or another allowed the wealthy nothing of any Sunday trains to be Walcutt and Louis Weitzel sr corporations to own millions but put upon the Midland and our The report of the committee was Â¬ adopted only pay taxes on thousands while neighbor of the Enterprise has evi- journed and then the meeting ad- ONE DOLLAR WEEKLY the poor man had no power to keep dently been misinformed E M Drake BUYS A GOOD GOLD WATOH from paying taxes on his only horse Chairman J W Jenkins Died on tlie Street Sechj and cow The faction which remained at the BY OUR CLUB SYSTEM In addition many of the rich cor- Â¬ Larkin Johnson a colored man Court House elected Mr W B Rob- Â¬ Our 14 karet patent stiffened gold cases nro especially the mining porations years was stricken inson as Chairman and Eugene warranted lor 20 jean Wnltham and Elgin companies have heretofore been in aged about thirty movement reliable wind with death Monday morning while Evans as Secretary and appointed and set hunting or and well known Stemgents open face or the habit of paying their laborers in walking along Washington street the following delegates James Par size Equal to any S75 watjh ladyssell one of We rent James Suttles B T Harvie watches for tickets or checks payable in goods at near the Steam Laundry and fell to James W Woolfolk Eugene Evans these the stores of tho companies which Coroner William Sudduth Edward Lane R checks could not be cashed elsewhere the pavement a corpse Dehoney was notified and held an H Higdon E W R Todd PeterÂ¬ and send to any address by registered mail or for more then 80 cents to the dollar Church John Mc- b express C O D with privilege of examina Brawner W upon tho body the jury re Â¬ Bride R L Grinstead William H tion This was but a scheme resorted to by inquest Â¬ Our agent at Durham N C wr Vtn Thomas Chism the companies to compel the laborers turning a verdict of death from Murray W McDaniol L Thos Wilconlessed ti- son E P Tarlton howOur Jewelers havosuch work for tlu dont know money heart failure superinduced by hard and Graves Hancock Â¬ jou can furnish to take their pay in goods at an enorM drink mous profit The new Constitution Tho delegates were instructed to m A T Wood of Mt vote for Maj nips this little schemo of oppression Mine Host Pence Sterling for Govenor wanted at each place Write for particulars in the bud and provides that the m Capt Sandy V Pence the well laborers shall be paid in nothing but EMPIRE WATOH CO Court Day money and that he shall be free to know steamboatman has purchased 43 and COMalden Lane New York N Y purchase his bread meat and cloth Â¬ from tho Hotel Kenyon Co theirlease Both the Common Pleas and Coun Â¬ ing wherever ho can get them cheap- of that establishment and took charge ty Courts met on Monday as well as est Every wage worker in Ken- of it on Sunday Capt Sandy has a the Republican County Convention tucky should vote for a Constitution host of friends up and down the riv- consequently there was a large which with a strong hand will deliver er who will not fail to call and see crowd in town him and his from the power of tho him when in the city and with the The offerings of stock upon tho assistanpe of his estimable wife who streets were quite numerous and tho oppressor In tho second place the new Con- Â¬ will have charge of the housekeep following sales are reported stitution further protects the rights ing department he should make IiIb By Henry Showalter auctioneer and privileges of the plain citizens by new venture a success 6 8 head of cattle 22 per head abolishing the old system of voting horses 42 19 08 97 119 and Mr Page to Read at elections and substituting the se Â¬ 110 4 mules 4S 69 100 and 21 4 cret ballot system in its stead Mr Thomas Nelson Page of Rich- calves S960 per head 3 horses 65 Heretofore the laborer was bound to mond Va tho celebrated writer S3 and 62 83 and 21 2 mulea call out his vote in the presence and will by invitation of a large number By D P Bentloy auctioneer hearing of Iub employer If ho of our citizens give a reading from 10 horses from 1550 to 7700 1 voted to suit his master ho was re- Â¬ his own writings at the Opera Houso mule 3775 6 milk cows from 1200 02NTO EJSTJOY tained in his employment if ho as Â¬ on Saturday evening next the 10th to 2400 4 calves at 8945 4 calves at Both tho method and results when serted his right to vote different inst Mr Pago is one of tho most 540 4 calves at 1325 3 dry cows at Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant from the wishes of his employer ho entertaining writers of the present 235 per hundred 12 head of and refreshing to tho taste and acts run tho riBk of incurring his dis day and his fame is not confined to cattle at 1825 per head gently yet promptly on the Kidneys pleasure or losing his situation Un- the South but he has gained a world- Â¬ Diamond Bentlej says ho made more Liver and Bowels cleanses the sysder tho old system it was no unusual wide reputation The entertainment money by last Mondays sales than tem effectually dispels colds head thing for powerful corporations to will be a literary treat and ho should for any day in the last three years aches and fevers and cures habitual attempt to control the vote of all be greeted by a large audience Syrup of Figs is the constipation their employes regardless of the only remedy of its kind ever proRase Ball Theso duced pleasing to tho taste and ac wishes of their laborers Donned tlie Stripes must have been trying ordeals to tho Starks Base Ball ceptable to tho stomach prompt hi The Crutchor Hume Clay tho Clark county for- Â¬ Club lias been organizod in this city its action and truly beneficial in its wage workora Under tho now Con Sherley eilects prepared only from the most employer and tho wage ger who was sentenced to the Pen Â¬ with the following players stitution tho will stand on ono common itentiary for ten and a half years at Wintorsmith catcher Richard Van healthy and agreeable substances its worker pitcher ThomaB Stagg many excellent qualities commend it floor of equality It will bo impossi tho recent terra of tho Bourbon Cir Derveor hlo for tho ono to havo any control cuit Court was brought to tho Peni Â¬ short stop and captain Henry Lind to all and havo made it the most known over tho vote of tho other for neith tentiary Saturday evening by tho sey 1st base Fayotto Hewitt 2d popular remedy Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c er can pofRibly know how tho other Shoriffof Bourbon county Ho boro base Frank Stagg 3d base Stanley and 1 bottles by all leading drug votes It will do away with corrup up very well until tho train upon tho Stagg loft field Bert Johnson center gists Any reliable druggist who Midland upon which ho came started field Thomas Avorill right field tion at elections may not havo it on hand will pro Thoy substitute The poor man can cast his secret down tho grade leading into this city Frank Cannon euro it promptly for any ono who ballot for the party or tho candidate when ho broke down and wept like a played their first gamo with tho wishes to try it Do not accept any of his choice with as much freedom child Ho was accompanied by his Kentucky Military Institute Club on substitute Capt J M Thomas as if ho owned an entire railroad father-in-laSaturday tho scoro standing at tho FIG SYRUP CO Ho has boon put to work as book- Â¬ close of tho gamo 34 to 5 in favor of CALIFORNIA himself It will bo useless to attempt SAN FRAN0ISC0 CAL NEW YORK NY LOUISVILLE KY to influence or purchase his vote for keeper in tho broom factory tho Crutchor Starke it will bo impossible for anyone to seo that ho delivers tho vote accord- Â¬ Republican Convention Taken Up As a Stray W J CHINN ly JR Of- Â¬ Tan Will practice in all State Courts fice second floor Custom House 0 Stray Notice Assignees Notice A LL FERSONS KNOWING THEMSELVES IN I dented to the firm of B II McCoy Co as Â¬ signed are requested to come forward and settle their Indebtedness And the uredltors of said firm aro hereby notified to present their claims tome undersigned proven us lequlred by law on or beroro July 1st 1891 J W OAYLE Assignee ofB U McCoy Co Â¬ x U ISOTICE- Mur 28 Sm Au Frank Iiiold President Dhtkh Vice President Â¬ Â¬ E B Bahstow Sec und Treas It T Basinkt Superintendent a Tie Standarfl Printim M Co 1 M Formerly the Standard Printing Ink Works Â¬ -- MANUFACTURERS O- FPRINTINGAND LITHOGRAPHIC INKS iriDMIOUDC Urn- Iune28 ly PUBLIC SALE j niiiuutiaiCincinnati 108 Canal Ohio Personal Property Thursday WM CROMWELL ATTORN EY-AT-LA- W Â¬ REAI BSTATB AGENT COURTS WILL PRACTICE IN THB counties OT and the adjoining and will also rtre special attention to the purchase and sale of real estate collection of nts claims vn 4 aud the negotiation of loans r 1nn2R 1 H G MATTEH1T TSB- IV oven-hande- iMUildlJlol 334 MAIN STREET FRANKFORT KY s PUBLIC SALE twtamm RHAAX A - iiKfS EiB 1 j 2 Â¬ rjupyi iBfarUj - n IF YOU WANT AND A HAPPY COOK mesfitk LMSrt EftiTHl -- v6- LEXINGTORKYl LifJjyV ffJ USB GOOD BREAD CREAM MADE S2S CASH FLOUR BY- Â¬ LEXINGTON ROLLER MILLS KY COMPANY LEXINGTON Dr 1 1 Kelley f OHIO OF CINCINNATI WILL BE AT THE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CAPITAL IN BLEEDING Chloroform HOTEL KY FRANKFORT i FRIDAY MAY 15 1891 PILES BLIND or ITCHING Cured witnoot any surgical operation and wlta little or no palu Ligature or Knife Â¬ I not necessary with this mode of treatises FISTULA IN U cured FISSURES AIVO Cored without cutting or tearing ULCERATION CATARRH Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Of the bowel cured Dr lteily has now been ylaltlngthls city nrly for nearly scvtiotuib aid Hie many curee ho has maoe among the wealthy and InnuTUtli citizens are sufficient ertdence of his success It lb now a well established fact that many dU oases of the stomach liver kidney bladder womb and nervous system are either caused ol ujnmivatAdbr the coexistence of PILES VISTU LA FlSSUBKor BKCTAL ULCKlt rg i 1 VsV I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ltnvlfl Wnnrn TtiHiHnn Kv Ky TnH M WltVrnw VranUfort DR KKTTLEfB office and residence is at Wk West Eighth street Claclnnatl and where hs may be tound etery day of eaeh week EXCEPT Franklin Morris Graetensburg J T Btaten Frankfort Ky V erberlch Frankfort Ky Ky lie L P- - IloJbtt Benson Ky A H McClure Frankfort Richard Ferguson Frankfort w t Huihtifl Frankfort Ky BKVRRENCRS Dr K K Sober Frankfort Ky Il Â¬ PEIDAIB AHD BATUBDATS pamphlets describing these diseases and tkt mode of treatment sent free to any one by ad drusslng f 4P W w 369 West Eighth St Cincinnati O I KELLEY ffl Bv fer CONSULTATION 7BBB 3011 Y L 3E3 JzLi XJ m X X JSjL JfcU wiuWfmuimLVwjrmTwxvvrvKn E3EEEK9 w i4 7 m SPRING SUITINGS COATINGS INGS AND HATS TROUSER- - CGME EARLY AND MAKE YOUR SELECTION rniw Lusi She ON HUM ters of the Gospel Rev E A Penick Rev W O Taylor and Rev H G Henderson for able services perform- Â¬ ed by them on the two above dates Also the Roundabout therefore be it Resolved That Capital Lodge No 6 I O 0 F extend a unanimous vote of thanks for their able assistance in making the seventy second anniver Â¬ sary of the order of Odd Fellowship a grand success and that our city papers bo requested to copy same in their columns and the Secretary of Capital Lodge No 6 1 O 0 F be notified to spiead the same upon the minutes of the next meeting Geo W Reock Qg A CASSELL ircronK ar vnimiran MirvrBWunimuiMB i Dame Natsire is a Good Bs Valuable Kiocovcry uainratiiiBinuiiimxBirBiBi dont let us stny long in her debt before we settle for what wo owe her She gives us a few years grace at the most but the reckoning surely conies Have you neglected a cough or allowed your blood to grow impure without heeding the warnings Bo wise in tifno and get the world famed Dr Pierces Gold- Â¬ en Medical Discovery which cures as well as promises As a a lung healer and a cure for scrofulous taints it towers above all others as Olympus overtops a mole- Â¬ hill To warrant a commodity is to be honorable and above deception and a guarantee is a symbol of honest dealing You get it with every bot- Â¬ By druggists tle of the Discovery blood-renovat- J W B BlUDQEFORD R Williams Committee The Mythological Fates upon the shore Where the streams of life their wators pour There sit three sisters evermore Weaving a silken thread Lovers of classic paintings are familiar with that famous group Fate seems the Three Fates cruel when it deprives woman and girls of health But in Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription they find a cure of untold value for nervous prostra- Â¬ tion sick headache bearing down pains bloating with stomach ante version retroversion and all those excruciating complaints that make their lives miserable All who use it praiso it It contains no hurtful mgredjonts and is guarentoed to give satisfaction in every case or its price 100 will be refunded Somewhere Unknown Dr Brown Sequards elixir of youth DO YOU COUGH may be an important discovery but Do you know that a little cough is a dangerous i every ono knows that Dr thin k Aro you aware that it often fastens on the Miles Now Heart Cure certuinfy iB lungs and far too often runs into Consumption and It lias given thousands afflicted with ends in Death People suffering from Asthma serious heart disease a new lease of Bronchitis Pneumoma and Consumption will allg life Druggists who can observe ita tell you that effects on many customers every- Â¬ where speak very highly of it Mr sk John Weaver of Knightstown Ind yi K MB BUiEUi BU I BUM fifti VVhVI says I have sold much of Dr Miles Can you afford to neglect it Can you trifle New Curo and have received many fe JrBj-Vi5-5rswith so serious a matter t Aro you aware that I O Monroe of Dun Â¬ good reports N Y reports large sales And kirk the best part of it is every bottlo has Bfor Coughs Colds and Consumption is beyond question the greatest of all Sold and guar Â¬ P Modern Remedies given satisfaction It will stop a Cough in one night It will check a Cold in 0 anteed by J W Gayle cure Consumption if taken Croup I a day It will preventafford torelieve Asthma and 25 cent bottle may save you J bo without it A You cant fin time Ask your druggist for it or write 100 in Doctors bills may save your life Co 46 fto W H Hooker na j nana west Broadway New Yortfa lor Dooir a Euana ana ran mm lbiub riinaxa j uimi mimiui mm ana laita tajiaiuaniBiiiaiiiBaiBUB WHY Fnlin TTJiRTEn with n Ids i agkers English remedy -i i i Among tlie Colored Citi Â¬ zens For Sale by a long tail tale short A man after make ho has eaten a good dinner may feel extra Tuu vagantly joyous but the next day olTl but ho is surly and grim hJ3 stomach and liver are sluggish ho is out of morose despondent and J W ChA-lTI-i- E A DUTY TO YOURSELF It is surprising that people will use a common ordinary pill when they A Complete Collapse can secure a valuable English one for tho same money Dr Ackers Eng Â¬ Is occasioned in our feelings of de Â¬ lish pills are a positive cure for sick rangements of the liver stomach and headache and all liver troublos They bowels Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets are small sweet easily taken and do cure sick and bilious headache not gripe 0 J W Gayle Druggist bowel complaints internal fovor and costiveness They remove all waste matter and restore health to body Darbys Prophylactic and mind A dose as a laxative Use it in every sick room Wil consists of one tiny sugar coated Pellet Cheapest and easiest to tako keep the atmosphere pure and By druggist 25 cents a vial wholesome removing all bad odors from any source Resolution of Tliauks Will destroy all Disease Germs infection from all Fevers and all Knowing the success of our recont anniversary which took place at our contagious diseases Temple on April 20th a debt of grati Â¬ The eminent physician J Mari- Â¬ tude is duo to tho committee on ro I freshmonts composed of our breth Â¬ on Sims of New York says rens wives sistera and daughters am convinced that Prol Darbys for without their assistance there Prophylactic Fluid is a most valu would have been but little interest 21 felt on that occasiomdileo our minis- - able disinfectant i The teachers had a fine meeting Friday night The reading of the paper on the duties of teachers was good and very pointed Both the May Festival and concert last night were well attended Prof Jackson delivered a great speech at the First Independent Baptist Church to the Teachers Insti- Â¬ tute Friday night He dwelt princi- Â¬ pally upon Education and it deserved a larger crowd We hope he will be able to repeat it when more are present Mr Evans of the Normal School also delivered an address that made quite a hit Mr Garvin one of the young orators of the Normal School madfi a big spread eagle speech Friday that won mm many compliments Sunday was the big rally day for the First Independent Baptist Church and quite a large sum was raised to Â¬ wards paying oif the Church debt Rev Turner preached during the A day and Rev Godey at night large crowd was present The first baptizing that was ever performed in a pool inside of a colored Church in Frankfort will be administered by Rev Credit Sunday night We are unable to give the number who will be baptized This Church is taking front rank among Kentucky christians Mr Tyler of Lexington was in the city Sunday The regular meeting of Missionary Society will be held at the St John A M E Ohuroh Sunday to morow An excellent programme has been prepared and all are invited Mr and Mrs Sam Coleman were in the city this week to pay his mother a visit They leave for Louisville where they will start an art school Miss Martha Craig one of Ver Â¬ sailles fairest daughters was in the city the first of the week On Mon Â¬ day night she was tendered an enter tainment at the Club house by our society people at which a pleasant time was had by all up to the wee sma hours She left for homo Tues- Â¬ day much pleased with her short visit Â¬ m gooa nouse wiPewho uses smrwu J ir is we sead lfre nroTJwe is muzzled her houseVTry frsnd keep your house cleruAII grocers keep fb- in -- o-7i rssaasrssT3S3- - m sorts generally But ho may get a prompt return for his money by Cleanliness and neatness about a house are necessary to purchasing Dr Pierces Pleasant insure comfort Man likes comfort and if he cant find it at Pellets Theres nothing liko them They home he will seek elsewhere for it Good housewives know Reduced Rates that SAPOLIO makes a house clean and keeps it bright aro tiny Liver Pills sugar coated Happiness always dwells in a comfortable home Do you but thorough in results Ono Pellet Tho Tvfinhiokv Midland will sell i3 laxative three to four cathartic want cleanliness comfort and happiness Try SAPOLIO round trip tickets to Cincinnati on For Indigestion Biliousness and May lath and lath gooatoieturn and you will be surprised at your success until May 22 for one faro for the all derangements of tho Stomach round trip BEWARE OF IMITATIONS Liver and Bowels they work liko a m charm and you get a lasting benefit Success in Walton Ky and a permanent cure EVEBYTHING Theyre tho J 0 Robinson of Walton writes safe and sure cheapest Pill becausoÂ¬ whilo tho manufact I have just removed a knot from a H THE NEW TltR TRUSTEES OK horses leg that was left from a hurt urers guarantee theyll give satisfac Â¬ TITEBethel Baptist Church offer forTlK- the old VY silThe leg is now perfectly smooth and tion or your money is returned Church iHilldliiir ami ground surrounding the natural I have a very high regard for You only pay for tho good you same near Teaks Mill For terms Ac uppl to J0- - IKErF ik Quinns Ointment which has accom- Â¬ get Can you ask more FM DUVALL plish the above result JAS GAlNs Whats tho uso suffering any FOR SALE 1 1 raoro from thoso dizzy spells tho Educational headaches and all mako tho attack The Franklin County Teachers As- Â¬ yourself with ono or two of these sociation will meet at the City School little Sugar coated Pellets and they building next Saturday 16th for the will do the rest They aro a perfect purpose of electing officers for the vest pocket remedy Purely vege Â¬ ensuing year Let all be present By table and perfectly harmless County Superintendent druggists 25 cents a vial Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria Hay 9 lm Li I i m ITERS Ln ew Millions of trees plantbiind Mnes nre hearing where in Kentucky and Judge us by their NOT IUy DIRECT FROM THE GROW eruheiuouneed trees plmitsiind vines You will Anemone nnduet btock true to name We jm no iuents but sell direct to the plimter A fmit MAGSG Hi logue on applkatlon to II F 1HLLENMEYER strawberr and general nursery cata Â¬ Lexington Ky Feb 21 Sm IIFlMsCl II I PARLOR When Baby was sick wo gavo her Castoria When she was a Child sho cried for Castoria When sho becftino Miss sho clung to Castoria When sho had Children sho gavo them Castori SUITS Lm u W0JTr IVU1 VZisiSSJz II MM w fygrmm MSBBBJllt1ffN5v ri7jMKPEKV It being the season of year when housekeepÂ¬ ers are cleaning house papering and painting refitting their homes those needing Parlor Suits would do well to call and examine our stock as we have on hand all the latest and most fashionable styles R ri cjSJna THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST The Mvmc IiEsiovER fills a long felt want with owners of Horses or Mules Rruises Cuts with Warts Knot Strain SnriiuH OKI Soros Barb Wiro It lmikcs no iliilereneo Cuts etc how long tho knot Iuin hoon there or how hard it b if it - not of tho bono we will take it oil on tho NO CURE NO PAY plan In removing tho knot tho hair coiuos of and tho place bccoiuoa voiy horo when you stop using it tho hair ooincs back its original color ami not u trace of tho knot is left Tor plan of insurance etc call at tho undersigned druggists and bring your animal with you i- km m Georgetown Througl to Car Day Concho without change Time 25 Hours iratna fntre Sleeper runBaggage through THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST to Jacksonville Ala Time 26 Hours keepers without change The Short Hue between Cincinnati auu Kv Lfcxixo rox Tme 2Uj Hours Tknn KNOWI1LK la ClUrrXhOOUATKNN ATLANTA AbllKVlLLK N C 17 11 ForSalo by Direct Connections at Now Orleans md Shreve- port for Texas Mexico and California Leave Frankfort via Kentucky Midland Railway via Georgetown 515a iuarrlcClncInnnt1025 a m Quicker than any other line All trains arrive at depart from Central Uulon Depot Cincinnati UIUMIMIIIAM U4 ALA v 15 v lb For Hates MapsAc address HARVEY D ROGERS k SON Mayaiy P H CARPENTER FRANK W W00LLEY SOUTH SIDE DRUGGISTS 00 Vlfo Traveling lass Agt Lexington Ky lres OINCINN ATlO G EDW7ARDS GP TX hkBBtWMWttMMs ik gmmMSjSjjsmmm ja ftMfettakilifer T if niHtoWctru r R CRUTC Maiu street FRANKFORT fin uVla TARKS Fourth Jefferson LOUISVILLE MENS GOOD STRONG means I Working Shirts For 30c 35c 40c 50c 60c Working Paats For 50c 65c 75c 00 and 125 We show you an immense stock 1 We show a large assortment f I ladies Fine --- Shoes jFor 100125 150 200 225 250 up to 600 V WW 5 11 PLOW SHOES 00 125 and 150 We have thousands of them 1 For We show the grandest assort ever shown in this city See ment II in 1 iC 11 e Jour show window mens Fine Shoes For 125 150 175 200 225 im iFnrSnc-- Pants Suits 1 Vlli mJMMsSmmf ffeainwoi cv l V JtlrjiiiiM TrE111 Y VAiTTll A1 - WiitjinTrjflripiri Nifc iimimniTWMiirift 250 300 up to 750 Co 00 I SO 2O0 250 jjjj Ml 4Pi M t VcCcVpri ti v a - ti -- J rf y Patent Leather Calf Kangaroo Beautiful assortment All widths 00 350 up to 1000 Hundreds of them and very at 3 tractive Perfect in style and fit CRUTCHER TO STARRS T hAj Mens Suits Our prices commence at 375 450 500 600 700 800 900 1000 up to 3000 We do not hesitate to say we show the largest stock in the State OF THE AGE THE FRONT AGAIN WITH THE GREATEST NOVELTY Boys fmence at 300 Suits - ages Btf Three piece Long Pants Sii to 18 years our prices com- TheD n cJiis ViJiZi cket 400 500 600 It its 700 i up to 2000 We show you more styles than They fcyou can look at in one day Sfare beauties FOR MEN FOR BOYS FOR CHILDREN Any price and style you can call for kn it SUSPENDERS For 15c Come and select you a 20c 25c 35c 50c 65c up to 150 Remember This Bucket 0 doll walu loes With Over Every 5B5B A numberless assortment Made to Older uit Ew The Best I Remember when you come to us you come to headquarters Remember every thing in our store marked in plain figures and franks Valises Uofaiiliie Din In the world only Coc This is the best value you ever Positively no deviation Remember money refunded if our goods are not in every respect as represented nUrtiiBiiiii iii iihwiwm 71 One 10 IIb iVrXHt m rii IrfF mm ia5 s p3 j U HJJdLHiJX lHJiHjfc rmwmq jp STAKES mi SiWMBifflafP