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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rSmMSSmMDUmBKM ftVffTWWWWgfriFtji 7iT 1 VTJ7- w- vvvxwf - tffJJflPjP The GEO A Peamfort Eommboijt A LEWIS Publshur WKhKLT IAPEli DhVOTEL To LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS KY MAY 16 1891 TEllMS 100 In Advanoe tf Volume XIV THE NEW CONSTITU TION Â¬ MUNKKORT Highest of all in iavcnlng Power 17 S Govt Report Aug aft SS89 Would You Throw a Pearl Away Richer Thau all Your Tribe Editor Boundabout Glad to see your uble argument in favor of the adoption of the new Con- Â¬ stitution in the last Roundabout You might have added that if after trial some of the provisions of the new organic law are found to be as it is callfaulty its open clause ed gives to the people the privilege Â¬ Rcjfol m I Baking Powder J0 kJh U ays to ZB-cr-s Number 36 M onz- - ofspeedy amendment It is my firm belief that after the intelligent and patriotic citizens of Kentucky have read and thoroughly Monterey officiated Long may 12 N ROBINSONS examineu the new Constitution they they live and happy be their lives GR2SAT WORluDS will approve it at the polls by a large is our wish WHO FOR THE ISXPOSITION if not overwhelming majority Many of the llrst men of this and other Many thanks to Bro Catchum Wo States have pronounced it the very are glad lo know he is still in the land The DIaiflIaK Not Been best State Constitution now in ex- Â¬ ol the Jiving Told Me istence And why should it not be Owen Deakins of Bagdad neighbor- Â¬ The memorable expression of the The Convention was composed of as hood visited J J Moore and family Queen of Shoba on viewing the pomp able experienced and cultured a at Fallen Rock last week and glorie3 of King Solomons court body of men as ever assembled in one State and they had all tno existing The continued drouth is a draw- - can with verity be used in speaking organic laws oi iorty other great i back to farmers in this community of the transcendent splendors of the Is now receivinc and opening the LARGEST AND MOST COM gorgeous biblical spectacle Solomon Commonwealths to go by how could Corn planting is not completed yet PLETE LINE of ladies mens misses and childrens his Temple and the Queen of Sheba they fuil to concoct an instrument M L Pool and E J Harlow of this which the management of the Robin Â¬ of the highest order of merit It is however very much to be community will attend the Union son show produce this year on a scale regretted that the proprietors of one Convention to be held at Cincinnati of unexampled magnitude and splen- Â¬ dor No spectacle ever presented of our greatest newspapers the on the 19th Courier Journal should have decided Galen Jones of Newport Ky paid to the public can vie with it in rich to go against the new Constitution our community a flying visit Satur Â¬ sceneographic effect in faithful and characteristic and proportionally denying it any day last and returned home Monday people mannersportraitures of the and customs during merit whatever are daily making following Fred Jones his brother and frantic war upon it accompanied him for the purpose of the reign of Israels wisest king in furious pomp in pageantry ana in paraae through their widely read columns resuming his trade there in sacred sacrificial offerings in lovely The general impression however The convention is that a good deal of this opposi May 2d shows held at Shelbyville women in enchanting ballets in rings and cliques fiercely contested and exciting char- Â¬ tion on the part of the O J Company side of bread is selfish and spiteful for the new whichAlliance theirsteadilyis buttered iot races and in the luxurious opu- Â¬Â¬ growing lence of its costuming and appointis In Frankfort all of which will be sold at prices to suit the Constitution proposes to hold their The Combines and oppressions must ments Taken from the grandest rich comrades and pets the corpora cease Every We have times true and honest man scenes of the patriarchal era it can money tions railways ana the to a strict respon- should put his shoulder to the wheel not only interest the biblical bcholar devils generally sibility hereafter by placing them on and make a steady pull and help but the moral the cultured and the an equal footing with the other and restore to the downtrodden the justice refined seeking after intellectual classes who hitherto have and equal rights our forefathers once and mind improving entertainment Eoorer the burdens of taxation to enjoyed will find in this an exhibition well worthy their attention Let it be bear with but little help from those understood however that this desira- Â¬ far more able to share tnem Is Life Worth Living ble augmentation is but one of the The opponents of the new Constitu- Â¬ tion though unquestionably in a This is a question that would be multitude of attractions to which the small minority are managing just answered very differently by different Robinson show invites the patronage For men boys and children DERBY STRAW AND FELT of the public Their circus has long now to make a great deal of noise individuals To some living ton 42 tons hew gags and pure enjoyment to others life is a been characterized as the most invit- Â¬ with their is a ing in its unexceptionable features AJ XI li 11111 I If Ill MlirilN rt TinallTlallll IIIIIII man you know that is always the case i nover feeig well or woman who and in the general excellence and who arises in proficiency of its ring performances with the money powers and richtu0 mnrnn unrefreshedj with a of any traveling while their menageffi red languid feeling life is indeed rie is large and comprehensive and This is the result of a includes living specimens of tho rar- Â¬ UUIUfUbUlIlU upon whom they torpid ed than tne masses liver inactive condition of est beasts birds reptiles and amphi- Â¬ jrey and they can always buy up as tho kidneys a foul stomach c bia Their colossal Roman hippomany trumpeters and can as may be needed to make a This condition made all be quickly drome is in itself a feature thathas no changed and life happy Remember the vd stand great noise and keep the welkin liHft of tlio npw rnmfiflv Dr by the duplication and carries the spectator HjiIapi back to imperial Caesars days In ringing Household Tea the great blood mentioning the enjoyment surprises Those who honestly oppose the purifier and nerve tonic It cures all and delights of this peerless exhibi- Â¬ new Constitution if there bo any billiousuess constipation seem to forget that that match- Â¬ of the liver and kidneys and inaction tion it must not be forgotten to men- Â¬ such makes a less instrumeut has or will cost the person feel now 50 cent packages at tion that for the special delectation State about 200000 and that it would Phil Carpenters drug store South of juvenile patrons the ever delight- iui ana mirm provoKing pantomime be very poor business as well as 1 of Humpty Dumpty his Fortunes bad policy and worse polities to Side Misfortunes and Mishaps will find throw away so costly and indispensa Â¬ prominent place on the programme Thcs Nelson Eajje ble a portion of the machinery of And go there when you want to buy Tho show will exhibit in this city on State government Washington Star March 19th 18S8 Thursday next the 21st inst Let every voter read and study the Constitution for himsolf and the report of Authors reading for bene Â¬ opposition will be knocked so silly fit of International Copyright a and so groggy a3 never to bo able to Then camo the two big treats of EEW come to timo again after the lirst the evening Mr Thos Nelson Page recited Uncle Gabos Whitefolks an T B T M round amusing poem in negro dialect and then read scenes from Mch Lady Mrs Carswell one 01 ins stories Tlio latter was IFOIES- TZaZIS Hi--O- El Of Lerpy N Y was dying of Neu- - also read in the real negro dialect of ralgia of the Heart Tho attending which Mr Pago is a master Tho physician had made his last visit and reading made a deeper impression on said there was no possible chance of the audience than anything else of her living but a few hours Her son the evening and not a few ladies put their had been telegraphed for fromwero seen to quietly eye as the Hochestor to come and see her dio hankercluefs to their narration unfolded in the At this critical moment an agent sell- - picturesque dialect of the plantation ing Dr Hales Household Ointment Meh called at the house and told them the trial and the heroism of great and the lady need not die at that time if Lady of tho her lover The perfect recital was its He charm she would follow his directions so earnest and positive that tho naturalness with a suggestion of was III family concluded to try tho new rem- - theatrical exaggeration of trickery edy and began applying it at once to being thus in beautiful keeping with d tho region about tho heart the pain the 8imPl0 patliOB of the stoiy soon ceased and Mrs Carswell rapid At tho Opera House this evening ly recovered and is alive and well to O day and sho and all her family saysi Dr kales Household Ointment saved Why His Wife is Fidgety her This wonderiul medicine can I have the best cook in the town behad at Phil Carpenters drug store 1 Whoso bread is delicious and South Side white u J -CD 4 Zilpah Her coffeo is fragrant and brown CD Hor pastry a perfect delight O HHDK But she daily complains of tho Welcome to the Roundabout worry they bring Tho sick are all about again Shes my own darling wife but a fidgety thing Light shower of rain May 11th Your wife is worn out and neods W B Moore was in town this week Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription euro John Moore visitod Bagdad on the tho only modicine guaranteed toovor- debilitatod woman How many 13th worked American ladies wo see with Died -- Last week near Croppers laok lu3tor oyos and haggard faces MtihAnmciio Oma Watson formerly of this com growing old boforo their timo from munity oxhausting ailments that men those now nothing ot Tlioy can ue per Mrs Sallio Deakins ol Crooners I1t11111n11rlv as cured oy visited relatives in this community numberless grateful tins remedy atwomen will week last test Price refunded if it fails to J R Duncan wife and daughter givo satisfaction in overy caso See Eva visitod W B Mooro and family guarantee printed on bottle wrapper Sunday last Pump Fon Sale A good second- Married Sun day last J D Jcsslo ofthis townto Mrs Sue Bailey of hand forco pump for cistern Apply at Lebanon Ridge Rov 1J A Head of this ofllco ABSOLUTELY PORE R K McGLURE PRIKTGp O 91 I I HOES Â¬ HATS KdniTS 3 rSS 1 I 1 1 Â¬ I I Books and Stationery r organ-grin-de- rs Â¬ 212 ST CLAIR ST j t Oarretgres5 IS ro Surreys IPlxosttoias qnt grixt mrgroias Lisa m 3 i mm If m rP HS H I Â¬ I Ail styles of hand made Harness Saddles Buggy Dusters Fly Nets Horse Boots and other Turf Goods t r l M Hi wNHMBMNMMliyim Personal Mies Katio Qroen is visiting friends in Louisville Miss Bertha Movers is visiting friends in Lexington Mrs Goo Inman left Saturday to visit relatives in Covington Mr A W Cromwell went to Lex- Â¬ ington Monday on business Mr and Mrs Hiram Berry returned Friday from a visit to Chattanooga Mrs Frank W Koyes who has been quite ill is improving slowly Mrs Ohas J Weitzel and daugh ter are visiting relatives in Louis ville Miss M F Hewitt of Nicholasville spent Saturday in this city visiting Â¬ friends tives in this city Rev E A Penick and family left Monday afternoon for a visit to friends in Louisville Mr John B Tilford of Louisville came up Thursday to attend the funeral of Capt H I Todd Mr Thos P Rogers attended the meeting of the Undertakers Convention in Louisville this week Rev Howard A M Henderson of Cincinnati has been visitinj old friends in this city this week Miss Nellie Orbison has returned from Knoxville Tennessee where she has been visiting friends for several months Mrs Lafayette Green of Leitchfield who has been visiting relatives in this city returned home Monday afternoon Mrs H 0 Mallory who has been the guest of her father Col Tom Rodman left Friday for her home at Eddyville Mrs Mollie Strickley and Miss Emma Strickley of Louisville are visiting Mrs R L Grinstead in Â¬ Sue Bush Miss Minnie Van Derveer loft Tues- Â¬ day afternoon for a visit to friends in Louisville Mrs Robt B Franklin and daugh Â¬ ter of Beatty ville are visiting rela- Â¬ Miss Nellie Fellraer left yesterday morning for Louisville to visit Miss is the latest and most approved and ladies wishing to improve their health as well as beautify their forms should not fail to hear her She is looked upon as a public benefactor by her sex throughout the South for she has taught them to bo physically vigorous and healthy By following her instructions stooping shoulders contracted chests and delicate consti- Â¬ tutions become things of the past Her system is simply an intelligent treat-Â¬ ment of the body and once having listened to her reasonable talks her ideas impress themselves on the mind as being just the proper thing and you wonder why you never thought of it before Health is never appreciated until it is gone and when we become sick and puny we then strive to regain our lost vitality and sometimes we Bucceed and sometimes we do not Physical culture is an acknowledged science endorsed by physi Â¬ cians of the highest standing The term has a broad significance imply ing not simply strength but health pertaining not exclusively to muscu- Â¬ lar development but including a knowledge of hygienic laws on the subject of baths dress diet exercise etc It is something that is wofully neg lected by us this intelligent care of the body and if the ladies of this city can induce Miss Lindley to stop over nere an sot up a class it will be of great benefit to femininity for the sex know that they need instruction on how to make themselves vigorous and strong Â¬ Â¬ Religious We would be greatly obliged to the ministers and officers ol chinches in the city if they would furnish us with any announcements which they may wish madel The usual services at the Baptist Church to morrow morning at 11 oclock and 8 p m will be conducted by Rev W 0 Taylor the pastor Rev Polk South will preach at the Pleasant Hill brick Church near Peaks Mill on the first Sunday in Juno at 3 oclock in the afternoon Rev W G Neville tho pastor will occupy his pulpit at the Southern Church to morrow Presbyterian morning at 11 oclock and at 800 p m fttt for h and Infants Children Castor is so well adapted to children that I recommend itaa superior to an prescription known to mo H A Aacmat Jt D Ill So Oxford St Brooklyn N Y Tho use of Castoriaifl sonnlrersal and its merits so well known that it seems a work of supererogation to endorse it Few are the intelligent families who do not keep Castoria within easy reach Carlos Hitmi D DCity New York Pastor Bloomingdale Reformed Church Late Castoria cures Colic Constipation Sour Stomach Diarrhoea Eructation Kills Worms gives sleep and promotes diÂ¬ gestion Without injurious medication For seyeral years I have recommended your Castoria and shall always continue to do so as it has invariably produced beneficial results Edwin F PiRsn M D The Wlnthrop 108th Street and 7th Ave New York City 77 as usual Rev J McOlusky Blayney D D will occupy his pulpit at the First Church to morrow Presbyterian morning at 11 oclock and at 800 p m as usual Rev John H Burdin will preach at Mt Phasant Church Stedmantown to-mo- r- Thb Ckmtauk Cokpaxt Mdhrat Strut Nrw York this morning at 11 oclock row morning at tho same hour and to morrow evening at 730 oclock The Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor meets in the chapel at 7 p m Tho usual services at the Church of the Good Shepherd to raorrow will be conducted by Rev Father Gorey Rev George Darsie preaches at tho Christian Church to morrow at 11 and 800 as usual WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE HAS LED ALL WORM REMEDY FOR 20 YEARS EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED SOU EVERYWHERE PREPARED BY RICHARDSON TAYLOR MED CO STUUIS HO Meeting of Superintend ents Â¬ Bellepoint Eminence RA w Mr Edward Crabb and wife of spent last Wednesday with their niece Mrs H G Hender- Â¬ son of this city Mrs Jacob Swigert left Monday afternoon lor Henderson having been called to the bedside of a rela- Â¬ tive who is dangerously ill Mrs Anna P Maus and daughter who have been visiting relatives here for several weeks left Wednesday afternoon for Arizona where Dr L M Maus is now stationed Mr Richard A Bohannan formerly of this city who is now engaged in the drug business in Clay City spent Monday night in this city on his way to Louisville to attend the Demo- Â¬ cratic State Convention Mr Edmund Haynes Taylor who has been living in New Mexico for the past year is visiting his mother in this city His health which was wretched when he went West seems to be perfectly restored Mr Robert L Russell of Fort Worth Texas who has been visiting relatives here for several weeks left Thursday morning for LaGrango to visit his brother and from that point will return home in a few days Ground Broken On Tuesday morning Mr Joseph Robinson commenced the excavation for the foundation of the new resi- Â¬ dence he will erect upon the lot late- Â¬ ly purchased by him of Col L P Tarlton on Steele street out the entire Methodist Church FOR South The occasion will be appro- Â¬ priately celebrated at the Methodist Church in this city to morrow morn- Â¬ ing and evening The pastor will preach a sermon to the children in the morning and to the young people at night A programme of song and 261 West Jefferson Street Louisville Ky responsive readings prepared for the 33 3m Anniversary will be carried out and the services will be of an interesting 67th Year ol ti Qfct Show In tin nature All are invited to attend the be called for On Status of tho work before the exercises Always the biggest Always 10 times bigger 10 times better Always The Sunday school meets at 930 10 times greater this year than the bestNowhere the most popular oversliudowlng and overwhelminglyI ever precedented ull people and Legislatures of the great grund vast and voluminous a m various States The Epworth League convenes in On Development and Progress of the class room at 645 p m the Institutions represented Improvements in School Train- Â¬ Army boys Some of the ing and Hospital Care introduced may be interestedGrandthe following in past year during the from Alex B Pope A D C Com- Â¬ Clinical reports of special cases mander Dept Tenn and Ga He We have had an epidemic of On Wednesday the delegates will says whooping cough here Stewart resenting In one brilliant glorious and stupendous unification In be given an excursion up the river Tenn and Chamberlains Cough on Thursday they will visit the stock Remedy has been the only medicine MAY THURSDAY 21 There is FRANKFORT farms of Messrs A J Alexander and that has done any good no danger from whooping cough Frank Harper in Woodford county when this remedy is freely given Greatly augmented by the new biblical historical triumphal nnd coloss il sceneogrnphlc terpsicbo and Thursday evening they will be It completely controls the disease rean diamatlc and musical spectacle or SOLOMON HIS TEMPLE and tho QUKEN OF SIIKBA A brain of Mr John Itetttg the and colossal Inspirational creation from the tortile mid tendered a reception by Dr J Q A 50 cent bottles for sale by J W titanic originator projector painter designer and constructor orgiftedworld famed sensational spec the father Gayle Nero the fall of Babjlon Montezuma or the conquest of Mexico and the Bond tacles home under Stewart and wife from 8 to 12 age In Fgypt Completely overshadowing eclipsing and dwarfing to comparative Insignificance 34 lm spectacular events of the eru replte In Pncred Realisms oclock the combined Interior and -- The fifteenth annual session of the Association of American Institutions for the Education and Training of Idiotic and Feeble minded Persons will be hold at the Feeble minded Institute in this city commencing on Tuesday next the 19th inst During the meeting papers will be read by Drs Wilmarth and Barr of Elwyn Dr J O Carson of Syra- Â¬ cuse Dr E S Talbot of Chicago and Dr W W Keen of Philadel- Â¬ phia One session will probably be given to the discussion of the Proper State Provision for Adult Imbeciles By resolution of previous meet- Â¬ ings the following reports will also the pastor First mass at mass P m 8 a m Second 3 1030 a m Vespers at S J THOMPSON -- IS PREPARED TO FILL ALL ORDERS FOR- - To morrow will bo observed as Childrens Day Anniversary through RoseDufls Gui Flowers and Fiorai Deigns Funerals Teleplione Weddings Oonnectioja - - u M Great Worlds Exposition GREAT SHOWS 1 in III COMBINED Â¬ Â¬ The Carnival The Merchants Carnival which takes place at tho Opera House on Fri- Â¬ day evening of next week will be an exceedingly handsome and elaborate entertainment in which line acting and elegant costumes will be the main features The tableau of tho Queen of the Carnival seated upon a throne and surrounded by sixty of tho prettiest young ladies of tho city representing as many different busi nebs interests will bo one of tho scenes entrancing ever mobt Our people witnessed in this place should fill the Opera House to its ut- Â¬ most capacity as it will bo a sight well worth seeing 10000 Insurance Capt H I Todd had ten thousand dollars insurance upon his life which One of tho will go to his family policies was for fivu thousand dollars and he had was taken out in ISA paid nearly a1 mitci in premiums as the policy is worth 1 Historical Accuraces Biblical vents colossal Professional Features bewitching Bullets Sacrificial Ceremonies the splendors and glories of the Court of Solomon tho f cer Patriarch and grandest and greatest of the undent iriv This sublime moral religious and Instructive spectacle coming to n final conclusion with n GRAND BALLET by one hundred Indv terpslchorean artists - Im e JT STS v r s jmi u t wm it k t ts u7in v J w i Congressional F I J A meeting of delegates from the several counties of this Congression- Â¬ al district was held in the hall of the House of Representatives yesterday for the purpose of organizing a Con- Reduced Hatch at Hotels In addition to half rates upon all tho railroads leading into Lexington irrangements of tho eonric j uo Club of Lex Â¬ the Ropublium ington has a Miv reduced rates at all tne hot jIs in that city for dele- Â¬ gates to the Republican State Con- Â¬ vention which meets on Wednesday at the auditorium of tho Kentucky Chautauqua Assembly Â¬ gressional Farmers and Laborers Union The meeting was presided over by Hon T T Gardner of Carlisle county President of the State Union Ia Foot Badly Injured Mr James Egleston telegraph op- Â¬ N depot met with erator at the L painful accident Tuesday quite a morning In going from his office to the office of Mr E P Bryan on the other side of the building he had to pass through a car which is usually left there for convenience and in stepping down from the car his right foot turned under him and two of the small bones in the foot were broken He will be compelled to use crutches for some time but the acci- Â¬ dent will not prevent his attending to the dutieB of his position Unexpected Result While engaged in excavating for the new Gas Holder Tank at the Cap- Â¬ ital Gas works Thursday morning the workmen put in a blast to split open an old stump which was in their way When the blast was fired the stump proved smaller than they supposed and it was blown over on one of the neighboring houses knocking several shingles out of the roof No one was hurt and the con- Â¬ tractor had tho damage repaired at once Back to the Old Town Mr A Virgil Williams a Franklin Realistic revival of the sports pistlmes and contests of the ANCIENT ROMAN HIPPODROME races standing races break neck steeple chases ludicrous Two und four horse county boy for a number of years an sack wheelbarrow andchariot races Hut camel and elephant races grej hound races doukey races obstacle races childrens employe of the Yeoman office but for ostrich races glraffo races to sulkies ruonkey races charloateers Hat hurdle pony donkey Jockey Â¬ blxty thoroughbred horses Min und races mule female and Jockeis flat and chariot iature ponies Sixty male and female Jockejs Boy und girl jockos will be to witness our mugnlflcent pleasant event of a lifetime Tho most exhlluratlng und tfS A MTLl Klarrled Marguerite Lindley of Atlan Â¬ If you have not already purchased Antloch Church In PEBKINS GOINS will deliver a complimentary tickets for the Merchants Carnival county on Wednesday AtMay 13 1891 by Itev this zoology giraffe 18 feet high Glnutot 21 hands high Giant horse 21 hands high Giant ostrich Giant II so at once for it will bo G Henderson Mr Moses W Perkins of Shelby 17 feet high Giant woman weight 720 pounds Ulant nmn a feet high Giant boy weight 580 lecture to the ladies at the Baptist go and do pounds Giant hog weight 1300 pounds Chapel this afternoon at 4 oclook one of the finest amateur entertain Â¬ county and Miss Llllle Golns of this county PERFORMANCE ONE HOUR LATER DOORS OPEN AT 1 AND 7 P M to upon physical culture Miss Lindley ments ever given here Dont fail Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria ESCarrodatavirgr vj FridLay 3Sydy 21 Alina fVio Sweedish system which I see it r T TTT J Physical Culture Buy Your Tickets tho past ten years a citizen of the world at large bobbed up in town yesterday and has since been shaking hands with his old friends He found many changes in the place and but few of tho old gang of prints to recognize and welcome Briefness so changed had ho bo come during the years he has been a wanderer up and down tho earth Triumphal Spectacular Street Pageant Miss ta Ga The most eiitrinclnc the most exciting the most delightful the grandest richest and most daz- zllng free holiday demonstration ever behold In uny age or country i no worm popular auu ever- ualfwimn mirth Ti nvnlliwr nimtmiilliui nf H ITMP IVniTMIT Y Misfortunes misfortunes and mishaps Prolific in absurd catastrophes brimming with cpmlo situations effervescing In sparkling humor and pre eminently tho greatest laugh mot oker of the mimic world Abounding in entirely novel and original tricks transformations and surprises hi Â¬ larious happenings ridiculous rencontres mirthful mischief and doleful dilemmas A veritable una exhaustless mino of merriment yielding Its opulent treasures to our millions of putroiiH absolutely without uny uddltlonal cost ua another of thb many billllant nnd unprecedented infractions that have been udded this season 50 CAGE MENAGERIE The best selected and most comprehensive In exlstance surpassing In magnitude tho largest zo ological collection in tho world and constantly recuperated from tho wilds and Jungles of Africa Aslu Europe North und South America by a largo corps of specially commissioned agents 20000 10000 white nllo hippopotamus 5000 school of walrus 45000 drove of giraffes 5000 two homed rhlnocerous Evtry rare und curious animal known to school of sea Lions Â¬ T i I I JRyjMlrlmBllfpWPWIrtiisft l feC TJi2LllJLMIJlirAJ i00f 4 I rati 1 J Jil U IM fc yTtrAjftfc jj y mmmmm VTT V r wwt j RMfl WORKINGMEN 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 clothing for himself and family at prices which are undoubtedly the very owest to It is i 1 CODMEjES am now doing business jAlIVXJ ED- - with one half the expense that other houses have therefore I am able and willing to give my customers that benefit large stock of Mens Youths Boys and Childrens ssx S Ss W Â¬ IMEjEs Besides I bought a RE3jgLiD3r sf 33tj For less than manufacturers I have moved my sacrifice Also a stock formerly on the corner to my dry goods store prices which I now offer Lall and see tor yourselt betore purchasing eisewnere and you will never regret it AJDm cijOTimxrcSpclothinglistt remember at great hats Slow Work The Democratic State Convention which met in Louisville on Wednes- Â¬ day to nominate candidates for State Up to offices is progressing slowly the time of our going to press no nominations had been made The Convention will probably con- Â¬ clude itslabors to day To Cincinnati The Kentucky Midland Railroad will sell tickets to Cincinnati on the ISthand 19th good returning until the 22d for one fare for the round trip on account of the National Union Conference They will also sell tickets to Cin Â¬ cinnati on the 22d good returning until June 8th for one and one third fare for the round trip on account of the Latonia races i er hands slack and other hearts cold in the solemn trust ours shall keep it The members of our order should endeavor to render this nations holy day sacred to patriotism that it will be the one day in the year when the children of this land drink in the love of country which is our true safe guard Let us then at the appointed time Saturday May 30th gather around their sacred remains and garland the passionless mounds above them with the choicest flowers oi spring time Let us properly observo this 30th day of May 1891 and equip our Post with floral offerings for comrades graves That no green tent Whose curtain never outward swings Be unadorned with flowers As long as we boast of freedom As long as the old flag waves A shrine for tho loyal hearted Shall be our heroes graves H J Hyde Commander of A G Bacon Post Â¬ Dr Hales Household Oint Â¬ ment absolutely cures catarrh It cures neuralgia and rheumatism Cures Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum in the most soothing manner Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Cures Coughs and Colds Can bo Cuts bruises taken internally burns chilblains sores of long stand- Â¬ ing corns and bunions are cured quickly different from all else supe- Â¬ rior to all else it has no equal 25 and 50c boxes large size cheapest Sold at Phil Carpenters drug store South Side 52 Is the finest cure in the world It i CL112 STIKIEIEX1 DWARD pi AACQEN ysi ST- - Plumber GasSteam Fitter -- AND DEALER IN- - Gas Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Closets PIPE AND FITTINGS ETC STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO JOB AND CONTRACT WORK ALL WORK GUARANTEED Darl3s Prophylactic Ttfnclc lustier vm City Aflnl When Baby was sick wa giro her Castorla When sho was a Child she cried for Castorla When she became Miss sho clung to Castorla When she had Children she gave them Castorla I live in this locality are very poor but are they not entitled to the peace and quiet they crave as much as any city We think so and S art of our Council will not sustain o hope the the action of a majority of their Li Â¬ Tax payer cense Committee The majority have no rights that a small minority must respect f so say our City Council through two mem- Â¬ bers of their Committee on License A petition to retail liquor in apart of cue city wnere license nan not rjeiore been granted by council was referred to said Committee signed by only eight persons only two proporty holders one of the others a known inebriate and one whom the city has had to help to support A remon- Â¬ strance against the license was sign Â¬ ed by fifty of the best people in the neighborhood comprising nearly all the property holders wives and mothers who did not want a grog- Â¬ shop so close to their homes and loved ones still against this almost unani- mous protest of the localty two of the ucense uommictee granted trie li Â¬ cense It is true that the people who Editor Roundabout Wil In rear of Salenders Grocery Use it in every sick room FRANKFORT KENTUKOY keep the atmosphere pure and wholesome removing all bad odors No Money Required of Responsible Parties to Commence Treatment from any source Will destroy all Disease Germs infection from all Fevers and all contagious diseases The eminent physician J Mari- Â¬ I on Sims of New York says convinced that Pro Darbys am Prophylactic Fluid is a most valu able disinfectant 21 ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION or Republican County Com Â¬ mittee Is one which ms guaranteed to CO Si L bring you satisfactory results or in case of failure a return of pur- Â¬ ALL On this safe plan KNOW we the MEN BY THESE PRESENTS chase price undersigned directors and our associates do hereby agree to and adopt the fol you can buy from our advertised lowing articles of Incorporation of this company Druggist a bottle of Dr Kings Sec 1MillThe style U Mill Company shall be the F L Peaks New Discovery for Consumption Sec 2 The principal place ot business shall be Ky and the Peaks 11111 It is guaranteed to bring relief in ness to be Franklin county the company Isbusi conducted by the of Hour and meal lor custom and every case when used for any manufacture merchandise have Sec 3 affection of Throat Lungs or perpetual The company shalland bepower to have succession to ua sued by the such as Consumption corporate name to haie a common seal and Chest ulter tho same at pleasure to render the suhrei Bron- Â¬ or interests of stockholders transferable and to Inflammation of Lungs prescribe the mode of making chitis Asthma Whooping Cough make contract acquire and such transfers to transfer property possessing the same power In sui h respects us etc It is pleasant private Individuals now enjoy to establish by Croup etc and agreebble to taste perfectly funs and make all rules and regulations deemed management of their affal rs safe and can always be depended expedient for thewith tho laws of this state or not in consistent of the United btatrs aim to have all the powers Trial bottles free at South granted to such corporations by Chap 5ti of hie upon General statutes ot Keutuck and amendments Side Drug Store thereto It shall have power to make and enter P H Carpenter Into any and all contracts agreements undertaki Â¬ A Safe Investment r 1L I Â¬ Â¬ I At a meeting of the Franklin Coun- Â¬ ty Republican Committee held in the city of Frankfort on Monday the 6th day of May 1891 Thos J Ohism was elected a member of the Com- Â¬ mittee from Bald Knob precinct in place of Eli McDaniel moved from the precinct and Lewis Finnell from the Market House in place of A B Norwood loft the county and N I McDaniel from the Gas House and Graves Hancock from witzer and Geo W Reock was elected permanent Secretary instead The of Geo A Lewis resigned Republican County Committee is now composed of the following Forks Elkhorn 0 P Greenup Bridgeport John W Jenkins Peaks Mill Goo W Hardin Benson Sylvester Sudduth JBald Knob A CHILD KIULEO Another child killed by the ubo of opiates given in the form of Soothing Why mothers give their Syrup children such deadly poison is surpris Â¬ ing when they can relieve the child of its peculiar troubles by using Dr Ackers Baby Soother It contains no opium or morphine Sol by 9 J W Gayle Druggist Flat Crook Peter Brawner Thos J Ohism Jj Cedar Run Logan Smith Bloomington Thos Wilson Switzer Graves Hancock Edwaiid Geo W Rkook M Gas House N I McDaniel Market House Lewis Finnell Court House Edward M Drano Duane Secretary Chairman Memorial Day Albert Headquarters op G Bacon Post No 33 We desire to say to our citizens from execution or attachment for the debts of that for years we have been selling the company ofllcers of tho company shall con Sec i The Hoard shall Dr Kings New Discovery for sist of aannuallyof seven Directors who May be on the tlrt Saturday of chosen Consumption Dr Kings New the present Board of Directors consisting oland L llauneu E Parker D C Life Hlls Bucklens Arnica Salve Thompson WM M Hatnuo J L II Poludexter and 1 llaydon Sat and Electric Bitters and have 0 U llockeiismlth shall servo until the firstPresi urday of May 18JJ The President Vice never handled remedies that sell dent Secretary uud Treasurer shall be members tho Hoard ot Directors as well or that have given such otSec 7 The Board of Directors shall elect a business manager and book keeper who shall We do not make a report at the end ot every mouth show universal satisfaction hesitate to guarantee them every ing the8 exact condition amount ot indebtedness sec The highest time and we stand ready to re to which tho company may at any time subject Itself shall not exceed three thousand dollars fund the purchase price if satis300 and the company may commence busi one halt stock shall factory results do not follow their ness when subscribed of the capitalcontinued for for and shall hae been twent lle leans unless sooner dissolved use These remedies have won SeoV The charges for toll shall not exceed law for their great popularity purely on the rates prescribed by 2d day of steam1891mills May Witness our hands this For sale by their merits C G HOCKENSMITH L I 1OlNDEXTKH P H Carpenter Druggist i DC THUMPaOS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MeritVIiiB ings purchases and sales peitaluing to said busi Â¬ iML ness to shu Indorse execute and deliver notes draits bills bonds and other writ Â¬ The KU KG ICON and SPECIALIST of Cincinnati formerly Resi Â¬ ings to boriow money and make advances of the Piiysician-in-Oiuku- k same with power to mortgage Its property for dent IHViJiuAN oi tne PmtADEiPHiA General Hospital and m in Unto Mkdioal lias for thirty years devoted his atlention to such purposes and to do all and singly the things above mentioned and those which now aro the treatment of CHRONIC NERVOUS FEMALE AND SURGICAL DISEASES such or may hereutter become necessary for tho proper nn Bronchitis Catarrh Cough Rheumatism all diseases of the Stomaoh Bowels transaction of the business of said company In so far as the same Is right and authorized by Rectum Liver Kidneys Bladder Sexual Organs Heart Nerves and Brain diseases law of the Eye and Ear Deformities eto Sec 4 Tho capital stock of the company shall HE WILL BE AT THE be six thousand dollars li000 divided Into 120UJ twelve hundred shares of S500 five dollars each to bo paid for as ordered by the Board of Directors hereinafter provided for No person shall be allowed to hold or own any ot the stock of said company unless he be a member In good standing of the Farmers and Laborers Union Sec 6 The private property shall be exempt - vlluwit oi tJLJM9 JUL 0 Institute FRANKFORT KY WEDNESDAY JUNE 3 ONE ZD-A-T- CAPITAL HOTEL T 02TEj-2- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ DR J Comrades Memorial Day again More flowers needed more graves to decorate and fewer comrades hands to do tho work of patriotism and love Sherman and sovoral reg iments have passed ovor to lames eternal camping ground sinco last wo camo with the old ilag and our kblos8oniB to bostrow tho soldiers lyravos for the sake of tho days gono jy it othqr eyes grow uuu una om- - Frankfort Ky ACKERS ENGLISH PILLS KAMUO L 11ANNEN SrATKOtKKNTLTKY CUUMYOF IICANKUN I N 11 Smith Clerk of J JM KM W M PAHKKIt IUVD0N Are active and pure For slok head Â¬ ache disordered stomach loss of ap petito bad complexion and billious ness they have never boon equaled either in America or abroad 0 J W GAYM3 Druggist Dont forgot that tho Bankrupt Store has re opened at 0 R Crutoh ors old stand opposite tho Court House Come to see ub 86 lt the County Court for the County and state aforesaid do certify that tho loregolng articles of incorporation wero on the 4th day ot May 18J1 produced to bio in said county and acknowledge before me b C Hockensmlth V M llijdon 1 C Thompson L Haiiuen K M Kuinbo JM Parker and L D Poludexter to bo their act and deed where Â¬ upon tho same together with this certificate hunt been duly recorded In my otllce Ghen under my hand this 6th day of May 1891 N U si - Directors Consultation and Examinaton Free And every fourih week thereafter Returning Every Fourth Week Thereafter CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION I iBKKand he will promptly tell you all about your disease and tho prospects of a cure lie undertakes no incurable cases LVDIEM nfllleted with any of the Ills peculiar to their sox may consult him with per fect coulldoiice uiul tho assurance of ceitnln lollof and permanent cure Their cases will reeelvii that kind mid considerate attention which all will appreciate His treatment always proves satisfactory local tieatment is seldom necessary Ovnrlun Tuuiora In tholr earlier stages cuied without pnlti or Instrumental Inter Â¬ ference Sterility Is usually tho result ot carelessness or Ignorance It can bo tomedled Epilepsy or Fits cured by u never fulling treatment Deafness many cases cuu bo cured CiinccrM permanently removed tiom the most delicate organs bv our own peculiar method llttlo or no pain no loss of blood no kulfnor enustle the only positive cure Stricture Varicocele llydroceic Nperimitorrbca and all unnuluinl discharge permanently cured MEN of all ngos who suffer from Indiscretions nnd oxceses vlll boneflt by our counsel and treatment If they observe certain bcdlinonts lu tho urine or irritation of the urinary organs thoy should consult us without deluy We restore all such cases Tho doctor trents with unfailing success nil forms of Rectnl Dlsennc such ns Pilot FlHtiilu Flssuro and Ulceration ot the llowel by n method of his own discovery without palu or detention fiorn business lie ouarantees all cases Early Interference Is considered tho best of judgment In all cases and baves time money and health Tho success attained In tho treatment of tho cases which ho makes his specialty is truly Â¬ f phcnomounl A9 efforts of all others Wonderful Cures have boon effected lu old and difficult cases which havo baffled tho his rooms aro usually crowded It is Lottor to call early lu the day to avoid being dtuyed Muy U it SMITH C F C C Persons consulting him should bring from two to four ounces of tholr urlno Inn cloan bottlo for examination Pntlonts treated by mall or express but whon posslblo personal consultation Is profor ablo List of questions sont on application All Consultations Correspondence and Cases Strictly Confidential Trcatrnont sent C 0 D to any part of tho United States and Canada Address with pottage for reply Dr 0 H BOCtBTAH Box 703 Cincinnati 0 H KttAAKFOilT FRANKFORT aeaaoaawriaimiiggacaipi mi in i iiuTTyyxaxigiiviraajHKcrJcasggOTirTraTm ROUNDABOUT MAY 1C 1801 Lost a Valuable Foal Messrs W nnd W H Lewis this county were so unfortunate as monds to have their fine brood mare Mist W Gayle 229 slip a foal by Onward 2251 on usJ to publish the druggist desiresÂ¬ the following testiThey valued the monial as he handles the remedy and Tuesday night believes it to be reliable colt at 1000 I bought a 60 cent bottle of Cham berlains Pain Balm and applied it to Pendulum Watch my limbs which have been afflicted one Mr Charles Keller has on exhibi with rheumatism at intervals for Pain bought of aim I At the time I to walk the I can tion nt tlio Inwelrv establishment was unable Mrs M A Selbert a pendulum watch truthfully say that Pain Balm has R H Farr made about one hundred and fifty completely cured me pin escapement Holywood Kansas Mr A B Cox years ago It is a tho leading druggist at Holywood andwas made in Switzerland It is vouches for the truth of the above in perfect running order and is quite statement J attend tho grand conclave in this city Wednesday week Tho prices are at the bottom notch and those of our local Templars who have not supplied themselves with these goods should call nnd examine tho stock before tho bargains are all cjonc She has them from tho cheapest to of the finest some of them sot with dia- Â¬ A Young Mans Fancy j Â¬ Large allowance is to be made for the sweeping assertion of tho poet til fit Til iht frnvlticr n vnnnrr mrnifa fancy lightly turns to thoughts of tr nrfnliilv in iinl trim nf ho love malarial young man whoso fancy if no iiia any in oi nio ami ana neavy vaiiety Tho malarial young man marches around as a captive of Gen Â¬ eral Debility The readiest and most obvious means of escape are afforded by S S S which without any flourish routs General Debility and his malarial allies What is true of the young man is true of the young lady and the whole host of sufferers S S S is a specific for malaria C F BROWER Main nd Broadway CO LAWN IS a curiosity Not if yon go through the world a dyspeptic Dr Ackers Dyspepsia Tablets are a positive cure for the worst forme of Dyspepsia Indiges Â¬ tion Flatulency and Constipation Guaranteed and sold by 9 J W Gayle Druggist LIFE WORTH LIVING FURNITURE Cliangc of Time N The spring time table of L Railroad went into efTecton Monday The trains from Lexington now ar- Â¬ rive at 935 in the morning and 3 Prom oclock in the afternoon Louisville the morning train arrives at 1020 and the accommodation ar-Â¬ rives at 635 There is no change in O trains the time of the O Republican State Conven tion at Lexington may 2otli Tho L Â¬ Buckleus Arnica Salve The best salve in the world foi Cuts Hruises Sores Ulcers Salt Tetter Rheum Fever Sores Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns and all Skin Eruptions and positively cures Piles or no pay reIt is guaranteed to give quired perfect satisfaction or money re Price 25 cents per box funded For sale by South Side drugstore Â¬ CHAIRS ROCKERS SETTEES In all the finishes N will sell round trip tickets to Lexington at one fare on this account May 19th and 20th good to return until May 23d Persons who desire to attend the Also a full line of 4 Â¬ meeting of Kentucky Homeopathic Association can avail themselves of rates In almost every neighborhood these is some E P Bryan throughout the west there one or more persons whoso lives Agent have been saved by Chamberlains Diarrhoea and Cholera Colic Advertised Letters Remedy or who have been cured of Such per- Â¬ by ic chronic diarrhoea Below will bo found n lit of advertised sons take especial pleasure in recom- Â¬ tho remedy to others Tho letters for tho week ending May 16th mending praise that follows its introduction 1891 and use makes it very popular 25 Hackner Mnry F Owoub Robt and 50 cent bottles for sale by J W Unran Chnrley Owen Win Kobcrt mm Awnings and fuosouito Bars If so call on 5 iy P H Carpenter Do you need any of the above mentioned goods For Rent The two story frame residence on tho corner of Logan and Cross streets Apply to Mrs A E Stephens billiards and pool will find Wiley C Williams hall on St Clair street open 25 mmm rarrcrc W WS4UVJWMI ann HUH ansflvfi rn VU U Mnnpv B W VJ I m Billiards and Fool Lovers of Gayle 34 tf lm Tlie ESomcopatlis The Kentucky Homeopathic Medical Society will meet in sixth annual session at the Phoenix Hotel Lexing- Â¬ ton on Tuesday and Wednesday next Dr E M Gober of this city of the subject of is chairman Otology and Ophthalmology which is to bo discussed and will also read a paper before the society Â¬ Blonger Ed Curry Louis Crutcher Oloster Cnlmcri Ben Graves Annie Ilnrrie W T Jett Hirnm Hujs V K Kirk St Joe Laceflsld D G McCotnbs Parker When enlling for these letters sny ad vertised Johnson Lilly Quire Mnhnly Robson Denio Spicer E H Sullivan H H Sipe Henry Sype Clip Thompson J F Watt Jim mioB Whitney Sinn Walker Silia Wapolon H W BABY CARRIAGES 50 Styles From 6 to 50 Each CONSUMPTION early stages can be cured by Â¬ in its the prompt use of It soothes F BROWER CO Draperies Ayers Cherry Pectoral the inflamed tissues aids expectoration and hastens J M Saffeli Carpets Furniture Wall Paper Postmaster Gored to Death P granddaughFlynn who lives a mile or two from this city on the Lawrenceburg pike went out where a cow with a young calf was grazing on Friday afternoon of last week and was attacked by the cow knocked down and so badly gored that she died from the injury that A Some Strange Misnomers Â¬ editor of the Jessamine Journal is a probable candidate for State Senator from the district composed of the counties of Jessamine Woodford and Scott His many friends here hope ho will conclude to make the race as there is no man in his dis- Â¬ trict better qualified for the position and it would give us great pleasure to see his genial countenance in the Senate Chamber next winter tracted agony the rheumatic Bulferer tosocs to and fro on his sleepless couch vainly prayinp for that rest which only comes by His malady is ono which fits and Dtarta ordinary medicines too often fail to relievo ample evidence to prove that tho but there is efficient blood Ucpurent Hostcttors Stomach Sitters affords the rheumatic reliable means of relief Check tho malady in its incipient stages when tho urst premonitory twinges come on with this agrecablo medicine and avoid years of torture Whatovor bo tho ration ale of the active influence of tho Bitters upon this malady certain it is that no evidence relating to its effect is moro direct and pos Â¬ itive than that winch relates to its action tn cases of rheumatism Llko all sterling reme Â¬ dies howevor it deserves a protracted syste Â¬ matic trial and should not bo abandoned becauso not at once remedial it is equally indigestion and eniacious In dyspepsia landred diseases Of many a night mailo doubly long by Its pro Much of the Russia leather comes from Connecticut Bordeaux wine recovery from California Italian marble from Kentucky French lace from New Ayer Dr York and Spanish mackerel from the New Jersey coast Dr Pierces Lowell Mass Golden Medical Discovery comes from Buffalo N Y but there is nothing in its name to criticise for it ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION is truly golden in value as thousands is Consumption OK gladly testify averted by it use and it has night It wrought many positive cures Trails corrects torpid liver and kidneys Itll 1 Delighted The Ladies purifies tho bood banishes dyspepsia life and scrofula renews the lease of The pleasant effect and the perfect and tones up the system as nothing HTIIE UNDERSIGNKD HAVE THIS DAY AtSO What is more it ia I clutid themselHs together for tho purpose safety with which ladies may use the else will do guaranteed to do all this or the of becoiiiliip an Uitori mated Company for tho pur pose of constructing a turnpike road from the liquid fruit laxative Syrup of Figs price is refunded Franklin and Owen turnpike to the links Mill and Elnn le turnpike road commencing at under all conditions make it their the toll house nenr Joseph Wiley who lives near favorite remedy It is pleasing to the toil lioiiw on the Owen pike nnd from thence WE CAN AND DO most practicable routo Intersect the eye and to the taste gentle yet Guarantee Dr AckerB Blood Elixir Jo run the the Peiks Mill turnpike toroad com the road of pany near Suter Staffords The company hereby effectual in acting on the kidneys for it has been fully demonstrated to powers Incorporated claim to exercise all liver and bowels the people of this country that it is rights imiiiiiiiltes and privileges the which aro superior to all other preparations for grant d designated or enumerated In section slx titled Incorporated com Dlood diseases It is a positive cure for two chapter riltr btatutes of Kentucky pages 516 panies of General syphilitic poisoning Ulcers Erup- Â¬ and 547 Tlir name of the corporation shall bo Senator ItlcCarty Road Company and Its princitions and Pimples It purifies tho ElUhoin Turnpiketransacting pal plare business whole system and thoroughly builds swallowlleld of the county of Franklin shall be In up tho constitution rue business proposed to uo transacted is i Col H M McCarty the venerable 9 tho conduction of a turnpike road from the W Gayle little four-year-o- ld ter of Mr James A J C Co LAWN MOWERS GARDEN HOSE WIRE SCREEN CLOTH I And the Largest Stock of V ARDWARE OIL every WATERPROOF COLLAR or CUFF BE UP THAT CAN BE RELIED ON 1 I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TO THE MARK IXTo t I J Through the Weary Hours Fon Sale A fine young mare and For terms apply to Ohas colt Jenkins Bridgeport or W K Utter back this city o K T Charms cts Agentn for Woods Reapors and Mowers BirdsdellB Clover Hullors Corner and tho Peerless Engine Broadway and Lewis street O E Collins Bro Now store corner of Main and Lewis streets and saddles Farming implements Binder twino All must go Wall paper 5i cts CJ cts 7j cts Gilts 7 cts 9 cts 12 cts 15 cts 18 point aboe designated on the survey made by D M Woodson to Intersect tho Peaks Mill turnpike road ut above specified H The amount of the capital stock of said companj RhRll not be 11 oro tniin enough to con Â¬ say not exceeding iwo thousand struct said N will sell round trip dollars tier read it shall bo paid in at the times The L mile tickets to Louisville at ono fare and In the proportions designated by the board May 11 th to 15 inclusive good to of4directors The corporation shall commence on or be Â¬ return until May 19th also May 10th fore stock shall haw been subscribe to build one to 18th inclusive and for morning mile of said roal Tho termination or theiorpo tho shall be trains may 19th good to return until rito existence of of thesaid company aforesaid Legislature limited hy tho act May 24th on account of Music Fea- - and not sooner 6 the Tiieoftlcrs tival 12thtolCth Democratic State cuinpinybhiill no by which the affairs of shall controlled and dliected Convention may lath jockov umu lion board of dlreeiois 01 Iheln number three Races May 13th to 22d Scotch Irish of whom shall constitute a majority lor the Congress May Wth to 17th Elks transaction of all business the shall be elected by the who have their Reunion May 17th to 19th Duff stock at stockholdersevery twelve paid up after months the end of Comic Opera Co May 20th to 23d gone Into exlsreiice tho nut boird shall have but until a boaid shall havo been lul elected E P Buyan and nimllhed under the iwnlslous of thli act the Agent old boird shall loumtii in oillce 0 The corporation shall be conducted In its nlfiirs by a board of directors any thros of Tho board nhall consist 0 nve whom may act persons ono of whom shall be President three Wo will now give the bonofit of of Die board shall constitute a majority andÂ¬ annually by low prices and invito all to seo us as they shall be electedup their stock the stock paid we will close out our stock at tho old holders Alio havo 7 This corporation shall not at any time ex Â¬ ceed an indebtedness of two thousand dollar stand by July 1st per mile tor eauh Builders Hardware Paints Oils under contract mile that may be made or put Glass Carpenters Tools Blacksmiths 8 That private property shall bo exempt and Wagon Material Iron Harness from coiporate debts ilvtn under our hands this Â¬ J Druggist BEARS THIS MARK to Plsooloayf TRADE 1 Low Rates ILUL0ID Mark NEEDS NO LAUNDERING CAN BE WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMENT THE ONLY LINEN LINED WATERPROOF COLLAR IN THE MARKET Selling Out 21th of December 18J0 iJTATE Mrs M A Solbort has on hand a For Rent A brick cottage of beautiful lino of Knight Templar three rooms on tno mji opposite watch charms and buttons and shrino John L Scotts residence Apply to badges which have boon ordered for Henry Gobbor tho benefit of Sir Knights who will duly recorded In my ofllfe Given under my hand this 11th duy of 1801 I N II timlth Cleikof the County Court for the County and Statb aforesaid do certify that tho foretolng Articles of Incorporation of Tho Elkhoiu Tuinpku lioa 1 Company was on tho id day of Feb Ib91 produced to me in said county and acknowledge before mo bj Geo II Webster J S Hampton and Minion Webster to bo their act una n cu ino miiiiu was again prouuceii 10 mo on the 1st day of March lbJland acknowledged befoiemohy Robeit II Graham and A I Cal veit tobo theJr act and deed whereupon the same together with this certificate havo been Or KlSTCCKV CObMTOPFiUNKIlN GEO II WEBSTER KHAMPTON MARION WE11S PER ROUERTH GRAHAM AD CALVERT 1 PILES SALT RHEUM FOR MEDICINAL THE GREAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY FOR --M iW ECZEMA WOUNDS PILES BURNS c 1 i cf SORES CROUP BRONCHITIS Send throo two cont stamps for freo sample box and book price so cents DFE3I31j BATH TOILET AND NURSERY PURPOSES Moy N B SMITH For sale by Tlnt IQItf VU JAR OID CO CHICAGO ILL J MnylC R 0 FOC WAi m ifiiri iMinrimiiiiffliii jjaiMwiWiiiiwiiiiiiiMi rrtfflfflrtili frfiifon i m HDflBOO T-VOL Wm NUMBER 36 1891 Kentucky Central Railway BLUB GRASS ROUTE Shortestand Quickest ruutefrom JACOB SWIGERT CO Have Removed From the Baltzel Building XIV KYM CENTRAL KENTUCKY MAY 10 TO ALL POINTS FRANKFORT NORTH EAST WEST Ill SOUTHWEST Fairview Saturday Mr Jas D Riner visited Union Valley last Wednesday Mr Elias Herndon was In the Daul ton neighborhood lastSaturday even- Â¬ ing A Sunday school was organized at Daulton school house last Sunday evening at 3 oclock The Sunday school which was or- Â¬ ganized here several weeks ago is getting along splendid Let the good work continue A Christian Association was organ ized at Daulton two weeks ago and is now one of the most promising lit- Â¬ erary societies in Shelby county Bro W W Darlington will give a lecture on Sunday school work at Bro Daulton to morrow evening Darlington is an excellent Christian gentleman and will give you an ear- Â¬ nest talk from the heart A young gentleman of this neigh- Â¬ borhood accompanied a young lady home from the society last Friday night and on his return home lost his way and after about a two hours walk he discovered that he was five miles from home and had been trav- Â¬ eling in the opposite direction all the time FAST LINE BETWEEN OIT IMI H101 -- IIIr STREET TO 102 LEXINGTON Mr Alex Julian visited 0 N Riner AND CINCINNATI SCdEUULE IN EFFECT FEB 15TH 181 No 6 No 4 Accntn Daily Dalir Dally Express fast Hue Ex sun No 3 MD HM STREETS South Hound TrBaBement nf the Capital Hotel Lve Cincinnati Lveovington Arrans Lve Lve Arr Lve Lve P 8 lOdin 800pm Obpui 18am Falmouth J4Bam 910pm Cynthianu 1043am 9 59pin 11 lHani 1023pm Lexington lJlOnii 11 00pm 220pm 2 Zbpm 3 60pm 4 65pm 5 30pm tfSTThey will fill this space with an entirely new advertisement in a short time Arr Winchester iris ArrLivincston Arr Lvo Lve Lve Winchester Richmond Richmond Uerea 1127am 12 lOnn 1 12 4Upm ArrCuinbini Lve Corbln Lvo LveMlddlesbh Lve Livingston Lve London Corbln Corbln Barb ivllle Plnevllle 205im 305pm t lupin 4 09pm 4 50pm 5 00pm 5 Dpm G l 35pm 35pm U20pm 587pni 615pm i 30pm 7 20pm JOO T from BUCKLEY Queensware and Fancy China Tea Sets 56 pieces 3 Dinner Sets from 850 up The larg- Â¬ est stock in Central Kentucky to select presents Stoves Tinware and Home Furnishing Goods 475 up Heating Sloves Arr Jellico Wlhlasbg Arr Stanford Lve Richmond Lve Lancaster ill pm 23pm 7 50pm 4 50pm 5 45pm a 20pm 1 60pm 4 45pm 6 20pm 7 Cook Stoves from from 3 up Plumbing and Gas Fitting Tin Hoofing and Guttering Job work of all kinds in both branches done promptly aud guaranteed to be first class No J Northbound j 5 l Express Ex Sun Le Stanford Lancaster Among the Colored Citi Â¬ Arr Kichmond zens Lve Jelllco ment in w Se2 g 2 700am 5am iq ifrmi 7 j 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 The City School will havea grand LveCumbtiitp programme for their commence- Â¬ Lvo MUIdlesbli Lve Plnevllle Lvo Lve ifasbg Arr Cor In UL j JL j Mr W H Merritt of Chicago was Arr Corbln h the city Sunday returning Mon- Â¬ Lvefi rbln 10 Lve London day morning 11 An Livingston Lvo Livingston 11 10 Legion Lodge and the Lve Ilerea Industrial 12 lGnil Young Odd Fellows will give an Arr Richmond 12 finm Lve Iftchmond G 05 tin 12 46pm entertainment in June Arr Winchester G55am 1 40pm 7 10am 1 58pm Lve Winchester Robt Hanmer and L T Clark the 7 45am 2 83pm two colored delegates to the Demo Arr Paris 7 Vam 2 0pm 8 45pm ve Lexington 7 53am 2 45pm 4 25pm cratic Convention left the city Mon Â¬ Arr Pari LvoCvnthiana 8 2aim 815pm 4 49pm day for Louisville 1118am 411pm 580pm Lve Falmouth There will be abig mass meeting Arr CovinRton 10 44am 5 40pm GS7pm held by our people at one of the Arr Cincinnati 10 50 tm 5 5pm 045pm churches soon The time will bo MAYSV1LLE BRANCH given out Sunday night No 9 No 11 rail North Bound The May Festival at the Odd Fel- Â¬ Ex Sun Ex Sun lows Hall last Friday night was a 2 20pm success in every sense of the word Lve Cincinnati 2 26pm and the Committee returns thanks Lve Covington 7 00 a m 4 pm Lve to the public for their liberal patron- Â¬ Lve Lexington 7 55 Piri- in 5 37 p in 8 19am GOlpm age Millersburg Arr 8 48am 6 25 p ni Carlisle Capital City and Industrial Legion Arr ohnson 9 83 urn 7 1G p ni Arr 10 10 a m 7 55pm Lodges will have a joint meeting on Arr May sville No io No the night of th 20th inst for the pur Â¬ 3 Daily South Hound pose of receiving the District Master Ex Sun Ex Pun A good T 0 Buford of Lexington 5 20 time will bo had Lve Maysville in J f 0 p m 5 57 a m 227pm Lve Johnson 60 a in 8 20pm The concert for the benefit of the Lve Carlisle 11 I 111 11 Barbrvllle J3 s s ps H ntt 3 2 8 50am 0 35am G G 7 H 25am 45am 41am 85am 25umi 45nmt 21am 05ailll JOHN T BUCKLEY ANNOUNCEMENT Â¬ -ezie- Wo are authorized to announce LEE A OWEN KENTUCKY ROUTE as a candidate to represent Franklin county In OLD the House ot Representatives of the next Gener al Assembly of Kentucky subject to the action of Newport News A Mississippi Valley Co E D tho Democratic party SHORT LINE TO April 11 te We are authorized to announce C 11 JULIAN as u candtdato for Representative of Franklin county In the next Legislature supject to the ac tion of tho Domoeritlc party Â¬ Washington Philadelphia Baltimore New York Old Point and the Sea Shore -- AND ALL EASTERN CITIES IN EFFECT JANUARY 4 1SU1 Fast Fast Mall Acconimo Express Dall datlon Dally EAST BOUND ExSuny Dally AGENCW A cnmnhlct - 11 G First Independent Baptist Church at the Opera House last Friday tho 8th inst was well attended and was a success in every respect The drill- Â¬ ing by tho fifteen ladies and the song by Miss Abbie McFarland and Mr D were especially reA Robinson Â¬ Lve Millersburg Arr Paris Arr Lexington Arr Covington Arr Cincinnati 7 15 a 7 40 n 44 m 111 3 45 p m 4 of Information and ab- siraci 01 mo laws mowing now oh UDtain rnicms caveats Trade Marts uopyncnts tent jrety Addm NIUNN d CO V3G1 Brondwajr New York WIK Winchester Mt sterling Olive 11111 Ashland Louisville Lexington Lve Catlettsburg Huntington G ID pm 0 55 pm 2d pill 0 03 pm 10 30 pm HI 43 pm Arrl 11 07 inn 2 35 pm 7 45 am 11 40 am 12 45 did 1 25 pill G 5 25 p 111 35 pm 5 35 pin 5 50 pm G 25 pill 3S5pm 7 30 10 15 pin pin WEST BOUND 8 28 in 10 60 a 111 fiWpm a m H87pm in G45pm 11 10pm Charleston Lve Huntington Catlettsburg Ashland Olive Hill Mt Sterling Lexington Louisville 11 1 10 1 1 ilnni pm J pin 12 G G 50am 25uiu 35lllll 00 am1 W L MUNSON Trav Pass Act Cincinnati O Mack Salyers A Cos Winchester LIMITED ceived New Meat Market 223 Main Street near Mannan Arr Arr 4 3J pin 10 62 uml 6 12 pin I 11 15am 5 45 pill 12 40 pm J 15 pin 150 pm I - 40 nni 5s inn G a mini 3 45 am G 25 am 7 15 am 8 10 am 12 1511 11 Dont Forget that tho If yon are going west Lino run St Louis Air Louisville the finest trains in the world between Trains Louisville and St Louis leaving at 810 a m daily equipped with Pullman perfected safty steam heated day coaches parlor and din- Â¬ ing cars Trains leaving Louisville day at 915 p m equipped with room coachos and Pullman drawing sleopors If you wish comfort safty and quick time bo sure and call for tick ets via tho Air Line Any information regarding maps rates etc will be promptly furnished by writing to BLBryant Trav Pass Agt 10 CPATMORE S UKNOTT ien Pass Agt Truffle Manager ieneral Ofilees Louisville Ky MORSE Genl Pass Agt S F D OfllceCliamberorCoiniiiercnBldgCliiclntintl0 Darnells Stable Il s tf V Louisville Ky to all points except Rowland DIvl slnn which Is dally except Sunday No 1 Runs dally from Lexington to Clncln natl No 2 Runsdally No 6 Runs dally from all stations except the Rowland Division which Is dally except Sunday No 3 Dally except Sunday No 4 runs dally between Cincinnati and Lex- Â¬ ington No 43 Parle nud Lexington Accommodation Arrives Paris Leaves Lexington 1000 a in 1045 a m except Sunday Leaves No 8 Falmouth Accommodation Arrives Falmouth Cincinnati G10 p m 705 p m dally except Sunday No 7 Leaves Falmouth G 11 in Arrives Cin Â¬ cinnati 755 11 m except Sunday Nos 2 and G make connections at Winchester for points on tho NN V MV Ry E D No 2 Carries through cars from Cincinnati to Mlddlesborougli and Cumberland lap und nil in- Â¬ termediate stations nud runs dally No East of Huntington on the C A O Route FAST Wo will run wagons on both sides of the river between MAIL TRAINS runs dally except undayÂ¬ Lexington and Huntington Make di and deliver goods In any part ot the city rect connections at Huntington with C A O At Ashland with S V Ry At Winchester with K Co Mack Salyers CRR north and south bound and at Lexing ton with LiVN L S and CN OA T P ltuil April 18 tf roads LEXINGTON AND OLIVE HILL ACCOMMO DATION daily Connects at Winchester to and from K C Points and at Lexington with L S It R for Louisville Ky Meats of all Fresh ALWAYS ON HAND VESTIBULED EXPRESS runs dalyaud has Vestlbuled Pullman Bullet Sleep Â¬ ers between Louisville Lexington Washington New York und Old Point Comfort This train Is made part of the celebrated OF1- - F V- Â¬ Aubrey Williams DEALERS IN Fresh Meats and Groceries Corner of nrldge and Second streets Our wagon LEXINGTON KY wlllcallat your door every morning with choice W S IlAItlMSON cuts of meat Orders from the store or wagon G W BVHNEY G A Lexington Ky G A Ashland Ky April 18 lm will receive prompt attention For full Information In regard to Rates Routes Ac apply to any Agent of this or connecting Hues or to C L Brown II E Huntinotov V P and J M Jen Pass Agent rWiArtti iiiiiiriifrfittWiiitfifTif rfUVMlte ifttt ci K A s V r - r 4 w -- el t r sV- - f v r r j 1 - if 1 - 4 4 si - -- - - W 4 nwn V9l f wsbsbij iCTaywmjiatyiByyW IJUWPJ1IMII1 k who serviveshim and to them were by a Spark born fourteen children four of whom A Bpark from a freight train on Lieutenant John H of tho U S tatored at the pcst offloe at Fraukfort Kentucky Army Miss Annie James and little gine passing Spring Station nine as second claw mallablo matter Bessie preceded their father to tho miles east of this city on the L N ttEO A LEWIS Editor and Publisher grave Tho surviving children are Railroad Saturday afternoon about Lieutenant Commander 0 0 Todd one oclock sot fire to tho Railroad U S Navy Mrs John W Pugh of Compan3s warehouse at that place FRANKFORT MAY 16 1891 Philo Illinois Mrs I N Cardwell of and it together with the station Winchester Mrs Jas L Watson of platform a stable and corn crib and Lexington Messrs George D and two freight cars one of which wrts CAPT TODD DEAD Crittenden Todd of Louisville Mrs loaded with hemp which Capt James S B Holmes and Misses Maria and Blackburn had delivered for ship- Â¬ One of the Oldest and Most Julia R and Mr Harry I Todd jr ment wero destroyed Thero was Respected Citi Â¬ of this city all of whom wore at his great danger of tho depot and resizens Gone bedside in his last hours except dence of tho agent Mr John Welch Lieutenant Commander 0 C Todd catching on fire but by the efforts of THE RESULT OF AN UNFORTUNATE ACCIDENT who is the executive officer of the U Mr Lucas Brodhead who hastened S Charleston now In to the fire with a largo force of em- Â¬ On Friday evening of last week the pursuit of the Chilian privateer ployes and several water carts from colored Odd Fellows of the city were Woodburn Farm the building was parading upon St Olair street the Itata The funeral took place Thursday kept wet and saved from injury music being furnished by Bradys Tho heat from the fire was so in- Â¬ brass band and quite a crowd had morning from the First Presbyterian assembled at the intersection of Main Church and the large number of tense as to warp the rails on the road and St Olair streets The horse at- Â¬ sorrowing friends which filled the and new ones had to be procured tached to Mr George Weitzels par- Â¬ edifice gave evidence of the high and put down before trains could The passenger train which cel express wagon which was stand Â¬ estimation in which he was held by pass ing in front of Weitzel ODonnells tho community where he was born arrives in this city at 3 oclock was became restive and started down the and had spent his long and useful detained at Spring Station until 5 oclock street the driver a mere lad being life The services were conducted by unable to hold him Oapt Harry I EBcatla of W O Morris Todd was crossing St Clair street Rev J McOIusky Blayney D D Â¬ on his way home at the time did not assisted by Rev Dr Rout of VerMr William O Morris died Tues see the wagon coming and was run sailles and were very brief and im- Â¬ day night at his home on Steele into and knocked down by the horse pressive The following gentlemen street after au illness of several He was stunned by the fall and was acted as pall bearers weeks He was born in Woodford Active -- Messrs Jacob Swigert H taken up and carried into the drug on the ICth of July 1816 and store of Messrs Holmes Ilalloran II Watson T J Todd G Russell county was a resident of that- county the where he soon rallied and was taken Sneed Frank V Gray and Lewis D greater portion of his life Tn early to his home on the corner of Wash Craig life he united with the Baptist ington and Wapping streets A physi- Â¬ Honorary Gen D W Lindsoy Church and died in tho full faith of cian was summoned and upon an Col Chas E Hogo Hon E H Tay- Â¬ a brighter and better life beyond the examination it was found that the lor jr Judge L Hord Capt Sam tomb He was a soldier in the right thigh was broken The fracture Sanders Major L E Harvie Capt Mexican war where he contracted was reduced and he seemed to be B C Milam Messrs D L Haly A doing well until Saturday night when II McClure John B Lindfeey L the disease which finally produced it became apparent that he hd re- Â¬ Tobin E L Samuel und Jas M his death and had numerous isfriends throughout this county It a sin ceived serious internal injuries Saffell gular fact that there was only about From that time on his physicians Decoration two years difference in his age and that feared the worst gave hia family Con federate ofCapt H I Todd and only about two little hope of his recovery and his The graves of the Confederate hours difference in the time of their children residing elsewhere were The funeral took place summoned to his bedside He suff soldiers buried in the Cemetery will deaths be decorated on Saturday May 30th Thursday afternoon from his late ered terribly until Tuesday evenresidence on Steele street at 4 oclock p m 1015 when FRANKFORT ROUiNMUOUT Fired Taken Up As a Stray NE JTIIWKY COW AWK C0LR GIVING about ontK ilon of nilllcnrii win tjucen up by the nndenlned about March nrst The owner will please call nail pur charges i W J CHINN JR LAWB Of-- Aircoirs sr Tan 3J ly Will practice in all State Courts flee ofcuiul floor Custom House at Stray rPAKEVrCAS l Notice 1 Assignees Notice ALL PERSON KNOWING THEMSELVES IX debied to the firm of U II McCoy A Co W aa slgiieu are roqupHteil to como farnnnl und bttle tliplr Indebtedness vinl tho uredltois or said tlnn nre hereby notltled to present their cl ilins to the undersigned proven us required by law on or berore Jul 1st JtOl J W GAYLE u A STflAY BY O T WADE Jfcnsoii depot I niiiklln county Ky one roiiii If jeiirn oll which I have up priined at rift en dollars neir ifr to AtttHt s A enpj V M00KE J P F 0 Â¬ N IJ mitii C V C C AsslKnpeofBil I D McCoy Co CHILD BIRTH Mothers Friehd FKANKIdOLU AU DllVKlt man-of-w- ar MADE EASYl President is a scientific- Â¬ ally prepared Liniment every ingre- Â¬ Vice President HT Him t superintendent Sec and Treas Bahstow dient of recognized value and in constant use by the medical pro- Â¬ fession These ingredients are com- Â¬ bined in a manner hitherto unknown Tie Stanford Printin MANUFACTURERS OF M Co Formerly the Standard Printing Ink Works PRINTING AND LITHOGRAPHIC INKS Â¬ WILL DO all mat is claimed for it AND MORE It Shortens Labor Lessens Pain Diminishes Danger to Life of Mother and Child Book to Mothers mailed FREE con- Â¬ taining valuable information and voluntary testimonials BRADFIEL0 REGULATOR CO MOTHERS FRIEND VARNISHESFTC 103 lmie2S ly Canal Cincinnati Ohio WM CROMWELL ATTORN EY-AT-LA- W ttJSAZ JBSTATJS AGEKT urn I PRACTICE IN TIIE COURTS or will also sue pctnl attention to Durehai and isle of real estate collection of the ntf aud the iegotlatinn of loans andthe adJn countlesi Sentbyexpress on recctptof price 1M per bottle Atlanta Ga SOLD BY ALL r d2i tid innawr JUaGI8T o - Â¬ PUBLIC SALE Persona Property HAVING HOLD MY KAI THREE MILK- JL1 east of Friiitfort Kr on tho Gimveimn turnpike lor Me purpose of engaging In other uusmths i win eu id me nigius and best bidder on luu said farm on U SILwu 1 1 rirllN ss Â¬ Thursday May 28 Allot my personalities consisting or three or lour good lurni noises anions the number one joung niarn two No 1 milk i ows one u it u a ouin cilf one ions jearlin heifer one Deeriny binder boiuh last season iline uth cut twelve Here of gnila vlth it one Deeiim moer bought last season one patent tobacco frame one hay rake one wheat drill nenilr new one roller one two horse wipon used ery little one good soring waion double seat two bujxles narrows plows slide gear etc lot of tools con slating of garden plo 1 irge nimago mill lard press hoes fonts ect In fact all kinds of tools used on r farm so ue ol 1 b icon about 40 bbls of corn in the ciib sovm toefelit thmi ands pounds ot tobacco In the bulk the tobacco will be sjUI for cash household and kitchen furniture and otlnr articles too numerous to mention TERM OF ALC Ten dollars and under caih over that amount a credit of six months without interest Notes negotiable and paable at Deposit Bank or Jrankfort Ky MjytWt M LUTUhK CRUTCHER 334 MAIN STREET FRAMiFQKT KY Â¬ oclock ing at death came to his relief His mind was Orange Cider Time on Wheels perfectly clear to the last and when told by his physician that he could Mrs Jos Scroffhas placed us under A party of bicyclists wont out to not live calmly inquired how long obligations for abottle oforange cider Mangan Darnells tracl on Tueshe could last When informed that for the sale of which he is agent in day evening and tried but a few hours remained to him this city Those who have tried it they could make inhow fast time going three like the brave true man that he was pronounce it very fine ana as pos- Â¬ quarters of a mile and as the record arranged his worldly affairs and pre- sessing a delightful flavor below will show they got down to pared to meet the grim messenger trotting horse time it being made Oapt Harry Innes Todd was born Best Average Section without any practice at all and on a in the house at present occupied by very rough track his uncle Mr James M Todd just Mr M Sullivan the section boss of B Todd Crutcher 221 N Railroad who has charge aoross Washington street from where the L W L Tanner 225 he resided at the time of his death of the section of road embracing the Lee 230 Hulett on the 6th of September 1818 conse- Â¬ tracks in this city has received from 240 the railroad company the Award of Earl Rogers quently he was in his 73d year His Tho machines used were Safety father was Hon John H Todd a Distinction for having the best averwheels L leading citizen in this community in age section on the L 0 division of the L N Railroad his day being a member of the Legis Â¬ A Monster Tarpon lature and his mother was Miss Tliai Sunday Train Maria K Innes a daughter of Judge Col Ed O Went has information Harry Innes who was one of the first from Florida to the effect that Mrs Notwithstanding we stated last settlers of this county and the first week upon good authority that there George T Stagg of this city caught Judge of the United States Court for would be no Sunday train upon the the largest Tarpon ever landed with the District of Kentucky After the Midland Railroad the Company has rod and line on the 2d of this month death of Capt Todds father his concluded to put the train on to- Â¬ near Fort Moyers It measured mother married the late John J morrow The train will leave here seven feet four inches and weighed Crittenden who was Governor of at 630 in the morning and 310 p m two hundred and Ave and a half this State and for several terms U S returning at 11 a m and 810 p m pounds Mrs Stagg has been quite Senator from Kentucky Special low rates will bo made upon successful in hooking the Tarpon as In early life Capt Todd for many this train to persons wishing to visit she caught one last spring which years ran upon the Kentucky Ohio neighboring towns on Sunday measured over five feet in length and and Mississippi rivers first as clerk weighed over one hundred and fifty and afterwards as captain of somo of pounds Sho is very proud of her Named Candidate the finest steamboats of that day achievement and justly so Later in partnership with his step- Â¬ Pursuant to a call isaued some two A Great Improvement brother Col Robert II Crittenden weeks ago a convention of tho Peo Party was hold at tho Court he went into the coal business in this plos Tho bank at tho corner of Main city and the firm operated a coal Houso on Saturday last at which Mr K P Moore of tho Bencon pre Â¬ and Cross streets in front of the mine near Beattyville on the head Â¬ J waters of the Kentucky river the cinct was nominated as a candidate property of Messrs Hugh R Ayres coal being brought down in boats to represent this county in thonoxt and George W Daniels is being cut upon the spring tides In 1859 ho Logislatura Mr Mooro has been a down niul tho uid walk brought was elected sheriff of this county farmer all his life and is a clever gen Â¬ down nearer to a lovoi with the and served one term and in 18U3 tleman Should ho receive tho solid street This is a greis improvement was eleeted by the Legislature lessee support of tho Farmers Alliance ho as that wci one of Uvj uiosd danger Â¬ of the Kentucky Penitentiary which will worry somo of the other candi Â¬ ous places for pedestrians in South Frankfort in dark or slippery weather position he continued to fill until dates considerably Mr James S Magill is doing the 1871 and afterwards served a short Ran Into Tlie fifciver work aud is utilizing tho dirt to till time as Warden by appointment of up tho low places on his property the Governor A team of horses employed by 1S71 ho At the August election Co in hauling Returned Home was elected Representative of this Messrs P S Rulo Saturday county in the Lower Houso of tho lumber to the city warf Mr Edward Haynes Taylor who Genoral Assembly without opposi- Â¬ morning becamo unmanageable in lias been spending the past year at from Wapping tion He also served many years as a going down tho hill Las Crucos New Mexico returned member of tho City Council of this street refused to hold back and ran homo Wednesday afternoon greatly city Tho duties of all these posi Â¬ into tho river with the wagon to improvod in health and as brown as Tho tions ho performed faithfully and whioh they wero attached himself by jumping a borry from his open air life on tho conscientiously making firm friends driver saved plains Edmund speaks in glowing of all thoso with who ho camo in and it was with groat dllllculty tho torms of the fino time ho had but contact by his blunt straightforward horses wero saved from drowning says thoro is no placo liko old Ken after they got into tho water They honest aud upright dealing gotten tucky Ho will resido either in this A kindheartod public spirited wore cut loose howovor and city or Louisvillo in future Â¬ honorablo gentleman liis doath is out in an almost exhausted condikeenly felt by tho entire community tion Tho wagon and lumber woro Fishermens Rates any great difll and no rosidont of this city had also saved without belonged to tho Tho Kentucky Midland Railroad more true friends throughout tho oulty Tho horses estate of tho late Jack Morton color- Â¬ lias mado n special rato to fishermen State who will deplore his loss of thirty cents for tho round trip On tho 20th of August 1839 ho ed from this city to Switzer Station and was married to Miss Jane Davidson daughter of Ool James Davidson Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria return PI The BEST FLOUR is the fast Â¬ Â¬ ONE DQLLflH WEEKLY BUYS A GOOD GOLD WATCH CREAM BY OCR CLUB SYSTEM Our 14 karet patent stiffened gold cases are warranted lor 20 years WnlllMin and Elgin movement reliable md well known Stem wind and set hunting or open face ladys or gents size Kqual to any 75 watch We sell one or these watches for and send to any address by registered mall or b express C O Dwltn privilege of examina tion Our ncent at Durham X C vsr Our Jewelers have confessed ti dont know how jou can furnish such work for tlu money I FLOUR made by the Lexington Roller Mills Co Lexing- Â¬ ton Ky For sale by all first class Grocers Dont fail to use Cream Flour if you want good Bread and a happy Cook Â¬ 2S cash UUUUl J wanted at each place 43nnd GOMntden Write for particulars Lane New YorkN Y EMPIRE WATCH CO Dr W L Kelley I OF CINCINNATI WILL BB AT THE OHIO CAPITAL IN VOANKSORT KY HOTEL FRIDAY MAY 15 1891 pirrss BLEEDING Chloroform I tfLIND or ITCHINC-operation and wltv little or no pain Cured wttuvxrt any gurgtca Ligature or Knife not uocesitary with tnli mode of treatment u WS xf liif v asvsl VsrfSBX FISTULA IN ANO la cured FISSURES Curtd without cutting or tearing Both tho method and results when CATARRh Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant ULCERATION and refreshing to the taste and acts bowel cured Of the gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys Dr neils has now been TlMtlng tills city rvau Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys arl fm in an stuiuiN iiu ic iuan iure Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tem eflbctuully dispels colds head aches and feveis and cures hahitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro duced pleasing to tho taste aud ac ceptable to the stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial m its edicts prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and havo mado it tho most populav remedy known Syrup of Figs is for salo in 50c and 01 bottles by all leading druggists Any reliablo druggist who may not havo it on hand will pro euro it promptly for any ono who wishes to try it Do not accept any Â¬ Â¬ be uaamaae nioug the weulthrand InOuiutl citizens are autllclent evidence of hlgsuccesa It la now a welt HstablltttiKl fact that man du misea ot the stomach liver kidney tdaddwi uutti and nervcui srsiem are either canoed u jjreravated b the coexistence of IlLEa Y1STC LA UldSURKor Â¬ Itlcliard Ferguson Frankfort S w J HuKbofl Frankfort Ky Pin Id Moore Helicon Kv Jus M Witt rniv Frmfttnrt Kv DR KEELKTS office and residence Is at US West FlgutU street Cincinnati and where h may be found every day ot each week KXCKPT RECTAL ULCKB UKFKRENCKS Gober Fraukfort Ky Dr K Franklin Jorrla Rrae ens burg i T StrtUm Frankfort Kr V Merberlch brankfort Ky Rev L P Hulett flenmin Ky a H McClure Frankfort Ky FEIDAIB AHD SATUEDAYB Pamphlet mode of dressing dftscrlrng tbwe diseases aud th treatmentieat tree U any ona by i substitute W CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SAN FRANOISCQ D 259WostlVffhthStOinoinnatl O M tar-- nfMcmTnATtnxr n- - I KflLLEY IB iGve CM NEW YORK LOUISVlUe KY I r NY vftfliw -un 8 i I A saW -- ESE yinwypwiyiy inpirjpffupw jjt f Farmers Supply House Ml -- Is headquarters for everything wanted on a farm tea s m M -- 1 7Wl B MMM8WJ Buggy H K77 Rf X7 7 THE LI1TB OIF1 E O-ZEeZK-ST arness and Farm IVIachines 850 150 Peering Binders and 200 40c To be found in Central Kentucky and at prices not to be duplicated Oliver Chilled Plow at Double Shovel Plows at Collar Pads three hook at Good Leather Collars 2 buckle at Hand Made Saddles and Harness Mowers and Binder Twine a specialty Come and see us and we will save you money Opposite Court house O EL Dusters Fly Nets CRTJTCHER L old 5 -- CO M miles Nerve and Liver 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 men women and children Smallest mildest surest allowed 50 doses for 25 cents Samples free at The council adjourned until the J W Gayles Frankfort Ky 45 ly next regular meeting night An important discovery Pills of pavements and gutters needing repair Dehoney Graham were awarded the contract for burying paupers Tho bridge committee was in Â¬ structed to request the water com- Â¬ pany to place a hydrant at the end of the bridge The usual monthly accounts were JAY-EYE-S- EE from a of with tliroo applications of J I Case Hickory Grovo Farm home Rnciuo Wis Bays After trying of every known remedy I removed a laiguUuncli 3 year Jilly two years standing Me Jay-Eye-S- QUINNS OINTMENT It Is tho bost preparation I havcevcrusedorhcurd of 1 heartily recommend it to all Horsemen We have n 2 2 M I Shortest nnd quickest between CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT Council Proceedings Present President Staten and Councilmen Darnell Church Par- Â¬ sons Gaines Payne Shaw and Richardson Absent Councilman Tobin The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved A message was received from the mayor announcing his approval of the ordinance fixing the tax rate for the present year Petition of W T Mitchell asking that he be granted grocery license Referred to license committee Petition of Aubrey Sargent ask Â¬ ing that their meat license be trans Â¬ -- A Love Song in IH Flat MHOTHI1JMTBAS VAHK hundreds of such testimonials CO Tuesday May 12 1891 My modest matchless Madeline Mark my melodious midnight moans Much may my molting music My modulated monotones This young man stayed out too late serenading his lady love He caught a cold which developed into Price 8150 per bottle Ask rour druggist for It If ho does not keep It send us 25c stamps or stiver for trial box ITOshs Only direct line between Frankfort lisle W B EDDY Whitehall N Y Georgetown and Paris Fal Â¬ Car Â¬ taille TICKEfS Cynthiaoa mean Oliio Breeders tion Associa- - TIME TABLE Tho following timo tnblo is now in effect upon tho L fc N rond TIUINQ WEST ASK mouth and Covington TOR VIA i Sages Catarrh Remedy a sovereign specific for chonic cases Cold in Freucli Cliallies Petition of Sam Luscher asking All wool challies from 45 cents a that he bo eranted beer licenso at his new store room on St Clair street yard and up Referred to license committee to report at next meeting of council Parasols and Umbrellas Mr Sam Shea Superintendent of We have some choice novelties Gas Company asked permission to Rcrasay Hog Poultry luiild n fence in tho street to make Grant Lace Curtains improvements at gas works Uhed successfully for 15 years ed Our stock at cost to close Prevent Disease Disease Will Arrest Mr James Miles made a statement Expel Worms Stop tlio Couch Increaso tho that they had been assessed too Maturity llesli mid Hasten SUaandBOc much on wheat and asked the Ladies muslin underwear at cost PRICKS S20 largest packagesporpkfj 251b urethecheap cans 1200 The On council to make a correction est his written statement ho was re Ulillinery For Sale by leased from tho payment of taxes on Our stock tho finest in tho city is ho the excess over and above what very complete and had on hand at tho timo tho assess receiving tho latestwe are constantly styles ment was made FKANKFORT KY Co Sam D Johnson On motion of Mr Shaw the work- Â¬ Ask for Testimonial keeper was released from the u pamphlet on swine will house Hogology Fon Rent Tho two story brick bejay mailed to any address on receipt of a two cent fines of two prisonois who had es Yeas 5 residence on Washington street stamp cape from that institution known as tho First Presbyterian 3 nays Haas V S Possession given April On motion of Councilman Payne Parsonage - 1st to H II Watson or J W Indianapolis Intl Apply tho citv marshal and itreet commit27 Ef Mar7 Ctn m instructed inJfurnlsh a list Pruett taft wflra il tjuinniituuu i i Â¬ Catarrhal Headache the Head It corrects the tainted breath 6tops the offensive discharges heals the irritated throat and nose leaving theÂ¬ m i Grant- Â¬ head clear and smell and taste unWilliams to Aubrey We have been using Ganters ferred 50 cents and impaired It costs but magic cholera cure very successfully ed proprietors offer in good Petition of Hotel Kenyon Co ask Â¬ the for a case they cannot cure faith and have dispensed with all others 500 No diseases lessN food and fine ing for saloon license Referred to Poultry Yards Gordonville Ky license committee Petition of Moses Butcher asking Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria Sold and warranted by Phil Carpen ter permission to build an addition to his house on Shelby street Granted JOJSON CO SAM D Petition of M H Morse asking permission to build an addition to 10 his house on Wilkinson street Fine Dress Goods Granted Petition of 0 W II Fincel ask Â¬ ing permission to erect a one room Our entire stock of colored woolen UNDER PREVAILING CONDITIONS MANY merely m d to irame nouso on oecunu bubbl ouuwi novelty dress goods at cost to close because the doonera full death by disease to pre to tnke meusures oh Side Referred to street committee serve tiielr health to report back to council Cotton Pongee P E Lewis asking Petition of DR JOS HAAS 600 yards at 14 cents a yard flint lm ho frrntitnd saloon license on Wilkinson street Referred to license Â¬ Mr W B Fasig Prest of the above Association at Cleveland writes I have known Quinns Ointment for years some of its cures have been little short of miraculous For all enlargements that are just coming on or of recent origin it is infalli- Â¬ ble KX MIDLAND TIME No 17 leaves No 21 leaves No 19 loaves No23lonveBFrnnkfort Frankfort Frankfort Frankfort 935 a m 300 pm 700 pm 1020 a m 454 p in 915 p in 550 nm MAINS i1 SI CENTAL SHIiDMil A M 1 TIME TABLE DEC 15 1890 M Pm No 7 Mixed 12 K TItAINBEABT TRAINS Lv Frankfort EAST No Â¬ connection fi35 p m No 24 arrives Frankfort fatnmplcg Ground 21 Btill connect for Cincin Â¬ Ar Georgetown Nob 23 and nati but 21 no longer conneots for Shel Lv Genrgtn via Q k C Ar Cincinnati byville No 28 still makes Shulbyvillo Lv Georcetown No 18 leaves Frankfort No 20 leaves Frankfort No 22 leaves Frankfort Pass 5 15 5 58 Pass No 3 Elk orn Swltzer 300 358 r i 405 450 6 23 CCO 7 24 10 15 6 55 7 11 7 22 7 41 7 53 607 3 12 3 20 3 34 4 05 12 25 12 43 1 07 147 806 600 2 05 EPBRYAN DOOM Death Agent Â¬ wm Kimm wn 1 MitfKI u jk a wm IN Ar Paris Lv Paris vUj K Covlnctou Ar Cincinnati Lv Paris via K C Newtown Cetitravllle 4 20 4 81 C 10 44 10 50 7 65 8 43 10 10 815 425 637 2 25 2 45 6 45 Ar Mays vl Ho Lv Paris via K C DKALER Carlisle 5 87 6 25 7 55 5 37 1127 12 10 I 14 yi Winchester IPS FINE JEWELRY Ar Richmond TRAINS WEST WJk 7 20 85 M A M P M A PM No 2 No 4 No 8 No 12 Pass Pass MIX Mix n in C15 t nuiMimns iiiuiiijiiiimhi Watches Clocks train train train train 6 10 7 15 1 05 1 58 Lv Richmond via K C Winchester Paris 748 C 2 83 1 50 3 20 4 10 2 20 2 26 Lv Maysvllle via K Ar Lv Ar L d SOLID SILVER AND Silver Plated Ware 233 St Clair street Contrevllle Newtown Ar Georgetown Lv Clntl vlaQ Ar Georcetown Lv Carlisle Paris Cincinnati via KC uovingiou Paris Paris 5 20 6 50 7 40 537 8 8 9 0 7 9 9 10 10 10 11 tC 30 50 02 20 00 52 6 6 0 7 4 7 7 01 25 88 04 00 04 06 31 47 55 10 4 50 5 20 5 35 5 55 Â¬ Watches May 2 Clocks and Jewelry Repaired SALESMEN to sell Nursery All oods Warranted tock Permanent K1RST CLASS GoowtoMi Stamping Ground Swltzer 5t 6 60 7 7 8 8 29 55 15 45 Â¬ J W G AYLE ly Ar Frankfort Klkhorn 19 30 41 00 7 7 7 8 WANTED therluhtmen weekly TRAINS DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY Â¬ Joe iood salaries and expenses paid No Liberal Inducements to beginners Outllt free VERNON CLUIK General Passenger Agent previous experience necessary Write for terms kIvImk nun CLAUDE ROWLS City Ticket Agent CHARLES II CHASE Nursoiymnn Rochester Montlon this paper NY GENERAL OFFICES FRANKFORTKY Mar2l 8t peasant profitable positions for HOWARD ORBISON Agent GEO n HARPER Gon Superintendent IB IB Is I 3T TXBiWUmWJRWmmtGKmjMktJ TI wbmi mammmJi 1 t li 4 5 SPRING SUITINGS COATINGS INGS AND HATS TROUSER- - COIVIE EARLY AND MAKE YOUR SELECTION HUDSON HUMPHRIES Nortli Pleasurcville Mattio Johns Miss Mattie Demaree is visiting Miss Lizzie Clark is visiting her un- Â¬ cle W A D Mr John Schockoncy of Glonview CASSELL MfflnmMMrcMMjipBfffflFI1aMMTm J Stock Farm visited his father Satur Â¬ day and Sunday Geo Slemmons our wholesale and retail dry goods and grocery mer-Â¬ chant was in the city last week The Sunday school Convention takes place in the M B Church at this place Sunday Dinner on the ground A largo crowd may be expected Rev Peter Savine of the old Bap Â¬ tist Church left last week for Balti more Canada and other prominent points He will be gone about seven Â¬ weeks - Tho froBt did considerable damage in this section Mr Colon Jones has improved since our lastrojport Thomas Traov who resides on what is known as the oldVTribble farm is The Secretary was ordered to have see you the following resolution published the regular Mr Tom Lipton has beautified ai i which was adtoted atthe Franklin meetif of beyond description monthlyAlliance adorned his lot The shrubbery is arranged in such County liesolvea That wo a manner as to make it quite noticea- Â¬ hearty condemnation ofexpress our tho use of design ble His fence of his own whisky and money for tno purpose gets away with any thing in the town of securing publio oillce and pledge His style block that he has erected is ourselves to support similar in appearance to a pulpit and who uses corruption to no candidate secure oillce a stranger in passing by would think either directly or indirectly preparations were being mado that for an association But just wait until Sunken eyes a pallid comploxion Uncle Tom gets that bird What and disfiguring eruptions indicate bo asked for to make him that there is something wrong with- Â¬ more could Catohum happy in Expel tho lurking foo to health by purifying the blood with Ayers Sarsaparilla Cures Erysipelas Salt Fifty Spasms a Day Had Mrs H A Gardner of Vistula Rheum Pimples and Blotches Ind lived two thousand yoarB ago Bho would have been thought to bo CANT SLEEP NIGHTS possessed by evil Bpirits She was Is the complaint of thousands suffer Â¬ Â¬ subject to nervous prostration head aches dizziness backache palpita- Â¬ ing from Asthma Consumption tion and forty to fifty spasms a day Coughs etc Did you ever try Dr Though having boon treated by eight Ackners English Romedv It is the physicians for years without success best preparation known for all LungÂ¬ she was permanently cured by one Troublos Sold on a positive guaran bottle of Dr Miles Restorative NerÂ¬ tee at 2flo and 50c 9 J W Gaylb Druggist vine A trial bottle of this new and Wonderful medicine and a finely illus Â¬ trated treatise free at J W Gayles Reduced Rates drug store who recommends and 1 Guarantees it Tho Kentucky Midland will sell round trip tickets to Cincinnati on May 18th and 19th good to return Bridgeport until May 22 for ono faro for tho Mr Owen Tapp remains about tho round trip same Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria Delightful loca- Â¬ tion and all necessary conveniences Apply to Mrs Mary Brown Day 32 The Reformers hold a Convention in the Christian Church here Thurs day and Friday Eight counties will be represented by ministers of that denomination Israel Tharp while at work on a house near our town last week lost his balance and fell from the scaffold He claims that the timbers gave way but we are inclined to think he had women on the brain The picnic at the park Saturday proved to be a success and every- Â¬ thing passed off nicely and quietly until in the afternoon some young gentleman was pretty badly atoved up in a game of base ball Elder Jos W Fitch preached Sun- Â¬ day morning and evening at Sweet Home unurcn to a large ana atten- Â¬ tive audience It is not necessary to state that his sermons were grand for all who know him know that ho puts up that kind of preaching Hello there Observerl We failed to peruse items from your fluent pen last week Now can it be that you and your pole went fishing What luck They didnt bite wll here as the thermometer registered some- Â¬ where in the neighborhood of 30 in the sun We are very credibly informed that the members of the Farmers Alli- Â¬ ance which convened in Franklin county brought out one J P Moore to represent Franklin county in the next General Assembly Polk is a good practical farmer a good safe man and we believe will bo the right man in the right place When I come to Frankfort Polk I am coming to Â¬ ty wise Rain or no rain Uncle Joe Parrent has the best garden in Franklin coun very ill with consumption He is not expected to live E W Armstrong is improving nicely with his broken limb Mr 0 W Tajlor is in a critical condition No hopes of his recovery Miss Bessie visited her father R A Hancock near Avenstock this week Mrs Mary E Coots of Shelby county is visiting the family of Wm Armstrong Rev Geo Darsie preaches at the Christian Church to morrow evening at 3 oclock Sheep have all been sheared and Highest price 25 wool delivered cents per pound Mr Chester Armstrong son of Mr R D Armstrong died Sunday morning after a brief illness Miss Maggie Jenkins makes her home at her brothers C M Jenkins since the death of her father Mr Robert Russell a fine telegraph operator from Chicago visited the family of G W Hall last week The F L U at Bridgeport will meet in tho future on Saturday night instead of Thursday as heretofore Mrs Salina Armstrong has re- Â¬ turned home from Louisville where she has been visiting for several months The oldost citizens say they never saw Indian summer in the spring of the year beiore ouch weather is an indication of a drouth so say the Â¬ DO YOU COUGH The vast amount of labor performed by the heart in keeping all Do you know that a little cough is a dangerous portions of tho bodv sunnlied with thing Are you aware that it often fastens on the blood is not generally known It lungs and far too often runs into Consumption and utuua iuuvuu limes ana lorces tne People suffering from Asthma ends in Death blood at tho rate of 108 miles a day Bronchitis Pneumonia and Consumption will aU which iB 3000000000 times and 5160 tell you that 830 miles in a life time No wonder there are so many Heart Failures IT STARTED WITH A COLD h The first symptoms are shortness of Can you afford to neglect it Can you triflo breath when exercising pain in the vast t J m A irt wi ln aa nntn r n n wh n side or stomach fluttering choking in throat oppression then follow weak hungry or smothering spells for Coughs Colds and Consumption is beyond question the greatest of all swollen ankles etc Dr Franklin It will stop a Cough in one night It will check a Cold in Miles New Heart Cube is tho only P Modern Remedies cure reliable remedy Sold by J W S a day It will prevent Croup relieve Asthma and 25 Consumption if taken may I in time You cant afford to be withoutI itAskA cent bottlefor save you Qayle Frankfort Ky 1 your druggist 100 in Doctors bills may save your life it or write I to VV H Hooker Co 46 West Broadway New York for book Â¬ 1 - Marvelous Endurance WHY A M iiwrnii aiaim m mmimmzw mmtmmnmiMimmmium For Sale by 3- - IBJLcyole CATALOGUES W CKASTXjEL Mnrnn awui JMrBsumuiiaii XOW READY Agents AMERICAN RAM Â¬ GRUTGHER ROBERTS BLERS for CHAMPIONS and FRANKFORT KY CYCLE SUXDRIEB the frightful inroads of Scrofula and all blood taints Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery purifies and enriches tho blood cleanses tho Gwln stand on the corner of Main We have opened a new storeat system of all impurities and restores opposite the Farmers Bank and will the oldour entire business there about the and Lewis streets mote tlrst of July We will handle everything In the HARDWARE LINE also u full line or health and strength It cures all diseases arising from impure blood Consumption is ono of them Its e will rfiiiui me uuimiiig e nun ihcuj uh uiuiiiini mini uui imiuiu will sell me entire sjmply lung scrofula In all its ear- Â¬ siihjk cuuuwuru ill suiucr uiuuuuiiuk iu uuuui civw tu uiieaiui niiuuuru niCvJia We hae opened at our new store an entire NEW STOCK OF GOODS and will be glad to ac Â¬ lier stages tho Discovery effects our customem at eltheOlace a cure Its easy to see why The commodate medicine that masters scrofula in one part is tho best remedy for it in another It is tho best Its war EVERYTHING ranted Its tho only blood and lung remedy thats guaranteed to benefit FOR THE- OF NEW or cure or tho money will bo re Â¬ WE THE TRUSTEES oiler forTHE the old Baptist Church sale funded No other medicine of its Church building and ground surrounding the Ac apply class does it How many would bo same near Peaks Mill For terms PFEIFFKU to JO J i F M DUVALL left if they did JAS GAINES NOT DIRECT WHY when BUYneed treesFROM THE GROW Its tho cheapest blood purifier jou plants and ines ou will save money and Ret stock true to name sold through druggists no matter nay no agents hut sell direct to the planter Je how many doses are offered for a Millions of trees plants and vines are bearing L P evfr where in Kentucky and Judge us by their dollar because you only pay for fruit A strawberr and general nursery cata Â¬ logue on application to the good you got IL HILLLNMEYER Kb21 3m Lexington Ky Your money is returned if it doesnt benefit or cure yon Niicrnl Can you ask more Checked J9L MJEMTTTSS CHANGE OF LOCATION X Thomases let them come and see for If there are any doubting tU f themselves Mr C H Crockett and mother returned from Lexington Saturday where they had been called to the sick chamber of two of Mr Wm Kirks children A Sunday school was re organized at South Benson last Sunday with 38 in attendance All lovers of the cause are cordially invited to assist in this noble enterprise The entertainment at tho Christian Church last Thursday night by Mrs Read the elocutionist was well re- Â¬ ceived Those that were present re gret that she did not have a full Â¬ O- E5 FOR SALE Collins db -- Zero m -- house BANTERS MAGIC i WoTSOmT It being the season of year when housekeep Â¬ REiOVEBIlVpl s rorc tnf 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 jWy Zq THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST street South Side Fon Sale on Rent Cottage con- Â¬ taining five rooms situated on Cross Tho Macuc Kumoveu fills a long felt want with owners of Horses or Mules with Watts KnoN lruises Cutd Strains SpraitiH Olil Fous Wire CutIt niili m diflurenco oti how luKglhe knot li there or how hnnl it h it it i not of tho bom wo will take it oil on tho NO CURE HO PAY plan In removing tho knot the hair i otnes oil and tho plnco becomes vtiy fcoru when you stop using it thu hair comes hack its original color ami not a traco of tho knot is left For plan of insurance etc call at the unrtin signed druggists and bring your animal with you - Grata 1 to New uru Ala Time 25 Hours ntreSleepeis Trains Baggage Car Day Coache run through without change lub THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST Georgetown to Jacksonville Time 26 Hours leepers without change The Short Througl line between Cincinnati and Time 2tj Hours Lkxinutox Kt Knowiilk Atlanta AS1IKVIMK CHAriANOOdA BlltMlMlUAM For Sale by ROGERS k SON Mny2 ly P H CARPENTER SOUTH SIDE DRUGGISTS Direct Connections at New Orleans md Shreve port fur Texas Mexico niul Iltlthuiiln Leie Frankfort via Kentucky Midland IV y via Georgetown 545a marrlveClncInir u m Quicker than any other Hue All trains arrive at departf ruin Cent Depot Cincinnati r ui uuioBjiiiiiaiu uuuiimr FRANK AV WOOL Traveling V N C TKMf G ALA Tkns ia IU 17 11 15 I State Librarian tf OCnARVEY Vlce lTea D CINCINNATI o Ge P vK Jfrt tgrj CRUTCBLJLJ Main street FRANKFORT o JLIL R 1 A 11 IvO I Jefferson LOUISVILLE MENS GOOD STRONG Fourth mens Working Shirts For 30c 35c 40c 50c 60c We show a large assortment Wonting Fains For 50c 65c 75c 00 and 125 We show you an immense stock 1 to Ladies Pine Shoes mSsfrywr h e f1 fr its V For 1 00 125 150 200 225 up to mwvw2wto 00 125 and 150 We have thousands of them 1 250 600 Â¬ For We 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They are beauties FOR MEN FOR BOYS FOR CHILDREN Any price and style you can call for TVH Uiafi1 SUSPENDERS Forjisc 20c 25c 35c 50c 65c OEEN Ar Come and select you a up to 150 Rem hiC Rliptpt ylluftui B fiflPO Mutso AiM With I rVPKU Lfulj 259 JL jL mj vSC A numberless assortment Made to Order u A The Best Diun saw Remember when you come to ur you come to headquarters Remember every thing in our store marked in plain figures and Trunks Valises in Shirt In the world only 60c This is the Jbest value you ever Positively no deviation Remember money refunded if our jroods are not in every respect as represented One Price o All BUTCHER STARKS