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IsMJliHPRWs a- wwjfffW5WpTTTv fctyc i Tee Frankfort Romdaboft GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS KY MAY 23 1891 TERMS 100 In Advance Volume XIV LeComptes Bottom Mrs Sarah LeCompto of Frank fort visited friends hero tho ilrst of the week J W Hieatt of Bagdad is visiting his brother in this place Rev Jones is conducting a protracted meeting at Flat Creek Church Miss Ilettio Chandler of New Castle is teaching our spring school A Sunday school was organized at our school house Sunday afternoon Â¬ FRANKFORT Highest of all in Leavening Power 17 Number 37 S Govt Report Aug vj9 X889 fc Rcivl Powder mm ABSOLUTELY PURE Baking XX -- Jb-TO SXTS S373 ifo- last The Good OU1 Times of are already ruined and the wheat Ashing with nets of all kinds Fish injured and should we not Have ram WHO FOR THE Then times were good ing in cms manner nas oecome a very soon that too must bo a total Merchants cared not a rush nuisance to tho people in this com- Â¬ For any other fare munity and we have heard much iinmre Than Johnny cake and mush That Quilt Again We had occa- Â¬ complaint concerning it But now times have changed and sion some time since to mention a Rip Van Winkle quilt made by a lady in this vicinity simple fare of the forefathers is done representing a perfect map of our away with Patent flour and high Sight is Priceless On yes- Â¬ seasoned food and strong drinks beloved old Commonwealth terday wo had tho pleasure of seeing have taken itsplace and as a result Mr David Norton of St Paul this wonderful piece of needle work dyspepsia impure blood and diseas Is now receiving and opening the LARGEST AND MOST COM Minn states that his son was entire- Â¬ It absolutely beggars description and es of the stomach liver and lungs are JJLETE LINE of ladies mens misses and childrens ly blind and had been kept in a dark no words of human tongue can paint numerous This great change has room an entire year and treated by the gorgeous beauty of its splendor led one of the most skillful physicians the best physicians of the city to no As a ground work we have each of of the age to study out a remedy for purpose and all had given him up the counties of Kentucky in almost these modern diseases which he hasÂ¬ saying he would never oe any better as many shades of color and as to named his Golden Medical DiscovDr Pierce in this remedy has when they began using what has the shape and proportion of size we ery proven to be the finest remedy in the venture the assertion they are as cor- Â¬ found a cure for Dyspepsia Bronchi Â¬ world for the cure of Inflammation rect as upon any printed map in the tis Asthma Consumption in its early namely Dr Hales Household Oint-Â¬ State On the surface of each county stages and Liver Complaints m ment It was applied directly to the its name is traced in delicate em boys eyes which soon began to im- Â¬ broidery The principal rivers in OUR VERY BEST PEO Â¬ prove and to day his sight is entirely all their varied windings and cours PLE restored and he is enjoying perfect ings are perfectly traced in light blue owing to the use of the most water colored embroidery This por- Â¬ Confirm our statement when we say health wonderful remedy in the world Dr tion of the quilt is composed of silk that Dr Ackers English Remedy is In Frankfort all of which will be sold at prices to suit the Hales Household Ointment Sold by and the remainder of rich velvet in every way superior to any and aft acquainted with our geography other preparations for the Throav Phil Carpenter South Side druggist One vanrlihf times We have nill AUUV7 nnnnoiva fhnf o mor rf nd Lungs In Whooping Cough and z AIVU VA bVUVVi VlV 11 jfwQntVicviy would oe ratner an awk- - Croup it is magic and relieves at ward shape for a quilt so in order to once We offer you a sample bottle Educational complete the shape it became neces- Â¬ free Remember this Remedyis sold sary to insert outlines of portions of on a positive guarantee The regular meeting of the Frank Â¬ the border States of Ohio Indiana 9 J W Gatle Druggist lin County Teachers Association Illinois Virginia West Virginia Mis- Â¬ was held in the office of Jno L souri and Tennessee This as we For Sale A brood mare with Scott on Saturday the 16th day of have said is done in rich velvet and suckling mule colt price S60 In- May 1891 range as follows Ohio 37 tf Upon motion the following officers the colors brown Indiana plumb Illinois blue quire on Arnolds Hill were elected for the ensuing year For men boys and children DERBY STRAW AND FELT Virginia red Virginia brown West President Ohas H Parrent For Rent The two story brick Missouri blue Tennessee red The Vice President Col T B Ford name of each is traced upon its sur- residence on Washington street W P Warsh Secy face in fancy embroidery In one known as the First Presbyterian Asst Secy Miss Leonna Jett corner of the quilt is a lovely Federal Parsonage Possession given April Cols Hunter Ford and Johnson flag about six inches in length and 1st Apply to H H Watson or J W were appointed a committee to invite as we pass to the diagonal corner we Pruett 27 tf the teachers of Shelby and Anderson meet a pretty little Confederate flag counties to participate in a joint thus gently reminding one of the DO NOT SUFFER ANY meeting to be held in Qen Scott disappearance LONGER Browns woods near the Kentucky happy and nate from of sectional our borders strife Knowing that a cough can b Military institute on Saturday July 4 Not far from the stars and stripes is Remember the old stand Committees were appointed as an astonishingly perfect representa- checked in a day and tho first stages follows of consumption broken in a week we coat of arms On programme and arrangements tion of Kentuckys divided we hereby guarantee Dr Ackers En Â¬ United we stand Cols Ford Hunter and Johnson fall this is a bar of glish Cough Remedy and will refund On entertainment Miss Lucy Pat music Just beneath notes delicately the money to all who buy take it as with the tie Mrs Allie Jones Mrs Lucy SarÂ¬ traced and just under it embroid- Â¬ per directions and do not find our gent Mrs Fannie Farmer Mrs small letters are the words statement correct Gayle 9 Emma Farmer Mrs G W Hall ered in Druggist J W right u01d Kentucky Home Mrs Bettie Parker Mrs Mattie of this is a beautiful oak To therepre- Â¬ Bashford Miss Alma ScotieAd Mrs senting Kentuckys chiefleaf growth of Pump For Sale A good second- Â¬ Bettie Johnson Mrs Colore Jones timber We now pass to the opposite hand force pump for cistern Apply at And go there when you want to buy Mrs Mollie Thomas Misslna D side and near the Confederate flag this office Green Miss Lizzie Magruder Miss another lida Perry Miss Allene Roach is written bar of music under which deDixie is Mrs Marvin Averill Miss Blattie Y vice is surrounded byThe entire a lovely border Parrent and Bliss Kate Dillon the beginning work As we said After extending an invitation to no words can paintin even the remot- Â¬ M-oUStl Hon Jno L Scott to deliver the est idea of the exquisite beauty of oration of the day the meeting ad- Â¬ this work We have given you a journed mere outline One must see it All papers of Franklin Shelby comes it But and Anderson are requested to copy to appreciatewonderful now thing con- Â¬ the most W P Waksh nected with this most wondorful 0 H Parrent Secy quilt It is the conception of the Pres patriotic mind and the work of nimble and deft fingers of a venera- Â¬ Nerve ble mother past four score years of age The work has been done within There is nothing like it It is the the past year and is a gift to tho foundation of all action Tho man of ladys daughters Any daughter Uerve is a success The man without may well be proud of such a gift and it is a failure Many men and women any daughter of Kentucky can but are overworked suffering with ner-Â¬ be proud of such a mother In every vous prostration and longing for line and tracing of this pretty gift something to restore them again to we at once behold tho Highest of fig vigor and health There is one med- Â¬ cenious tho deepest of motherly love icine that will accomplish the desired linked and curled amid flames of result Dr Hales Household Tea burning patriotism It is tho work cures nervous prostration making of Mrs Barbara Thompson tho moththo weak strong and gives nature a er of our popular physician Dr W jog by putting all the organs of the B Thompson Wo hope this may system into a healthy condition It find a place in Kentuckys exhibit at is tho finest remedy known Dr Chicago in 93 in order that many Hales Household Tea the groat hundred of Kentuckys valiant sons co Eg --5 Blood Purifier and Nerve Tonic is may see and admire this beautiful CD sold at 25 and 50c at Phil Carpenters handiwork of one of her venerable CD O 2 South Side drug store mothers the Â¬ the wholesale destruction of fish in tobacco plant has been sot the oats system the Kentucky river by measure should bo taken to prevent We are of the opinion that some MMjq K McOLURE SHO E S A V HaTS SATS Â¬ Books and Stationery Â¬ 212 ST CLAIR ST ea M Â¬ -- -- IS THIB PLACE FOE- Bros o a W pj IliHBiSiBlSnnKiB u Â¬ A Natural Cou elusion Sorry to have been so long silent It is natural that those who have tf Gibson of Tyrone spent Sat been deceived by tho various nos P trums that are continually offered urday and Sunday hero Â¬ Â¬ Jett Bulldofus bo has up at his house a first class bran new American Free Trader who may yet be President Tho continued dry weather is very Church of your coun- Â¬ try is anxiously expected to visit this vicinity at an oarly day God bo loved and our glorious country blessed our townsman and usually very accommodating mer Â¬ chant and friend Mr L A Trum Miss Annie togg little of the corn has come up not a discouraging tp the farmers Very to tho public should demand a more substantial testimonial than tho sim ple declaration of thoso who are in terested in the salo of a medicine Recognizing tho justice of this de Â¬ mand Swifts Specific S S S Com Â¬ pany of Atlanta havo ombodied in pamphlet form a few of tho more notcwMfthy testimonials that havo come torljom unsolicited This pam Â¬ phlet together with other interesting matter thoy will take plonBuro in sending to any address Write to tho S S S Company Drawer 3 Atlan Â¬ ta Georgia HP Wow viSjmZI lvvvO EL so I All styles of hand made Harness Saddles Buggy Dusters Fly Nets Horse Boots and other Turf Goods SEE w Personal r7r av of the Association were hold in the parlors of the Institution where interesting papers were read and addresses delivered On Thursday the delegates were taken for a drive to the different stock farms in this vicinity and Thursday evening were given a reception by Dr Stewart and lady which was largely attended by the prominent ladies and gentlemen of the city and at which addresses were delivered by Prof J D Pickett Superintendentof Public Instruction and Hon A L Peterman of Monroe count which were responded to by Superintendent of the Indiana Insti- Â¬ tution for the Feeble minded and Dr W B Fish Superintendent of the Illinois Institution Yesterday the delegates and ladies were driven out to Woodburn Farm where they were royally entertained by Mr Lucas Br odhead Â¬ j 11 T- ffPsWKfcrTiw0Pfv T t wywpwiwjiwi Mm Religious We would Miss Nellie Fellmer has returned from her visit to Louisville Mrs W H Gritler of Russellville is in the city visiting friends Mr Will T Crutcher of Louisville was in the city Tuesday Miss Mary Hill left Monday afternoon to visit relatives in Hartford Hon D G Colson of Middles borough was in the city yesterday Miss Maggie LeCompte has returned from her visit to Birmingham Alabama Gen Thos H Taylor Chief of Police of Louisville was in the city last week Mr W R Choate and Miss Jessie Ohoate went to Shelbyville last week Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ be greatly obliged to the ministers and officers of cllurches in the city if they would furnish us with any announcements which they may wish madel Rev H G Henderson will preach at Cedar Chapel Methodist Church to morrow afternoon at 3 oclock Rev George Darsie will preach at the Christian Church in Graefen burg to morrow afternoon at 3 oclock for Infants and Children Castoria cores Colic Sour Stomach Diarrhoea Eructation Kills Worms gives sleep and promotes Without injurious medication Constipation dl- Lewis m Upon Syria Mrs Hollenbach and daughterMiss Lecture Mary and son Master Albert and Mr Robert Rowden of Shelbyville Rev Saleem Moghabghab and his Miss Emma Rowden of Louisville brother Mr Kalil Moghabghab of and Mr George Rowden of Chicago Mt Syria Lebanon were guests of their sister Mrs E Zahlab Missionaries and teachers in their K Choate Sunday own country who are traveling in this country will lecture upon Syria Mr exhibiting costumes and other inter- Â¬ Dont forget that Mr Luther esting objects from that country in Crutcher will sell all of his personalty the lecture room of the First Presby- Â¬ at public sale at his farm three terian Church to morrow evening at miles from this city on the George- Â¬ 8 oclock They have spoken very acceptably in all the Presbyterian town pike next Thursday the 28th Churches in Louisville and will Home greatly interest all who may go to Lewis New hear them They are accompanied Judge Jos H Lewis of the Court by their wives who will also bo of Appeals has purchased from Mrs present upon the occasion Geo C Watson of Chicago the resi- Â¬ dence lately occupied by Hon E H Decorate the Confederate Graves Taylor jr corner of Second and Conway streets for 6000 sol- Â¬ The graves of the Mr James M Holladay of Spotfr sylvania county Virginia died at his home Prospect Hill on Tuesday after a brief illness Mr Holladay married Miss Lucy D Lewis former- Â¬ Judge J V Pierce of the Henry ly of Woodlake this county who to- Â¬ county Local New Castle spent gether with two Sunday in this county visiting friends grown survives him children both Mr Holladay Rev W J Williams and wife of was a Virginia gentleman of the old Thomasonville Ga are visiting the school a man who won the respect family of Mr B F Wilson of Wood and love of all with whom he came lake Mr and Mrs L W Wheate of Al in contact as gentle and loving as a ton made a short visit to their woman in disposition For years he parents Mr and Mrs E K Choate had been a true devoted Christian aunaay and his death was but the laying Prof Jones of Belair Ohio spent down of lifes burden to receive a Monday in this city the guest of his crown from the Crucified One To friend and college mate Rev George the stricken ones who sit to day in Darsie that home whose great light has gone Mr H G Mattern and little daugh Â¬ out forever bowed down with unut- Â¬ ters Irene and Coranel left Monday terable grief we tender a heart full afternoon for a visit to friends in Louisville of sympathy and drop a tear to the Graham of Pineville is memory of the loved one who is at Mr Frank visiting his father in this city He rest got in Tuesday evening in time for Major Lockwoods Re- the circus port Mrs Thos A Theobald and Mrs Durand with her son Her- Â¬ Major D W Lockwood U S Engi- Â¬ Herbert bert of St Louis are visiting friends neer in charge of the Kentucky in this city Dr E A Church and family left River was in the city Wednesday Saturday afternoon for Aransas Pass morning and heard testimony from Texas where they expect o reside both the river and bridge men in re- Â¬ in the future gard to raising the structures here Rev E A Penick left Monday and at Worthville Capt J E for Paducah to attend the meeting of Abraham presented the case of the the Diocesan Convention of the boat owners and the L N RailEpiscopal Church road was represented by Gen B W Mrs Jennie Campbell of Louis ville was the guest of Mrs J H Duke Mr Montfort one of its engi- Â¬ Williamson near this city for sev- Â¬ neers and Col E P Bryan while eral days the first of the week City Attorney W C Herndon Mayor Mangan Gen D W Lindsey Judge Dr G F Thompson left Saturday afternoon for Greencastle Indiana B G Williams and County Attorney having been telegraphed for to see L F Johnson looked out for the city the child of Mr Eben Martin who and county Major Lockwood heard was very ill all the gentlemen had to say and re- Â¬ Miss Irma Fosdick of Tesas and Miss Adah Poindexter of Mississippi ported to the Secretary of War who two charming young ladies from will probably send a commission to Jessamine Female Institute Nicholas try the case The steamboatmen ville will spend next week in this propose to fight the matter to a con- Â¬ city the guests of Mrs George A clusion w Â¬ Cecile Henderson Mr George W Riley of Shelby ville is visiting his niece Mrs Albert H McClure in this city Mrs Oscar Farmer of Louisville Mr is visiting her father-in-laThomas Farmer in this county Miss Rebecca Scott of this county was the guest of Mrs W C Herndon several days the first of the week Â¬ to visit relatives Miss Annie Crutcher left Tuesday morning for Cincinnati to visit Miss The usual services at the Baptist Church to morrow morning at 11 oclock and 8 p m will be conducted by Rev W C Taylor the pastor Rev Polk South will preach at the Pleasant Hill brick Church near Peaks Mill on the first Sunday in June at 3 oclock in the afternoon Rev J McClusky Blayney D D will occupy his pulpit at the First to morrow Church Presbyterian morning at 11 oclock No services CMtoria to bo well adapted to children that I recommend it aa superior to any prescription known to mo II A Aacmat H D Ill So Oxford St Brooklyn N T The use of Castoria is Bonnlreraal and its merits so well known that it seema a work of supererogation to endorse it Few are the intelligent families who do aot keep Castoria within easy reach New York City Late Pastor Bloominedale Kef onned Church - For several years I haTe recommended your Castoria and shall always continue to so as it has invariably produced beneficial do results Edwin F Pabdxi M D The Wlnthrop 125th Street and 7th Are Hew York City Deatli of Mr Holladay Tn CxicrAua Cow aht 77 Murray Stbjutt Nw York iT VI at night Rev W G Neville the pastor will occupy his pulpit at the Southern Church to morrow Presbyterian morning at 11 oclock and at 800 p m as usual Rev George Darsie preaches at the Christian Church to morrow at 11 and 800 as usual FOR CWUS FEVER BILIOUSNESS PRICE HEADACHE AND ALL mz Pa DOCTOR TAYLORS URE MO rl The Youne Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor meets in the chapel at 730 p m The usual services at the Church of the Good Shepherd to morrow will be conducted by Rev Father Qorey the pastor I 1 FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS BY RICHARDSON TAYLOR MED CO SUOUIS PREPARED ENTS MALARIAL DISORDERS JAY-EYE-S- EE f cj E First mass at 1030 8 a m Second 3 mass p m a m Vespers at Mr J I Case Hickory Grove Farm heme Rucine Wis tayt of Alter tr liip every known remedy 1 removed u liirpo Hunch of two years standing from u 3 jenr old Uiiy with three applications of Jay-Eye-S- 2 QUIDS OINTMENT j 3 a m of 1 heartily recommend it to nil lloricracu Rev H G Henderson A M will preach at the Methodist Church Wc have hundreds of such testimonial to morrow morning at 11 oclock Price 8150 per bottle Ask your druggist for It If ho docs cot keep It send uu 5c tnuips or silver for trial bcx and at 800 p m V B EDDY ffii4vaviBTBAiE UArit a CO Whitehall N X The Sunday school meets at 930 sVJK3tislltll ltlsthebestproparationl havecverused or hoard m The Epworth League convenes in the class room at 645 p m Programme of the Mission Circle meeting of Franklin Association to be held with Bethel Church five and half miles north east of Frank- Â¬ fort on the Owenton pike Franklin county Ky on Saturday and Sunday May 30 and 31 1891 1 10 a m meeting of the Execu- Â¬ tive Board 2 Reports from the Churches 3 Report from our District Mis Â¬ sionary Rev L B Lee Only On fort Va and 13 to Old Point Com Â¬ turn Re- Â¬ ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF Luther CrutcliersSale Tuesday July 21st a special will be run to Old Point Com- Â¬ train cg 7 1 fort from Lexington under the aus pices of the Missionary Society of the Main street Christian Church Only 13 for the round trip and KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS our directors special low rates at the Hygeia Hotel associateswe tho undersignedand adopt and fol- Â¬ do hereby agree to the for those who go on this excursion io whin 1 articles of Incorporation Sec The ttyle of this company Make your arrangements to go as Peaks Mill F t L U Mill Company shall be the Sec 2 The principal place of business shall be this will be the cheapest and most Peaks Mill Franklin county Ky and the busi- Â¬ desirable excursion from Lexington ness to be conducted by the company Is the manufacture of flour and meal lor custom and 4 11 a m Sermon By Rev W O this season Taylor Tickets good to return until August merchandise company shah have power to have Sec 3 The 5 8 p m Sermon By Rev Thos 8th and holders may stop at any of perpetual succession to sue and be sued by the to have Stevenson the Virginia resorts on return trip corporate name pleasure a common seal and at sbhres 6 Sunday 10 a m Reading the For explanatory circular see or ad Â¬ alter the same stockholders to render the and to or Interests of transferable general report of the work since 1883 dress any railroad agent or prescribe the mode of making sucli transfers to make contracts acquire und transfer property up to the present and brief speeches G W Barney possessing the same power In such respects as on the same by the brethren W H Boswell private Individuals now enjoy to establish by Â¬ 7 Sunday School work and its G A Delong laws an i make all rules ami regulations deemed expedient for the management of their affairs needs within the bounds of our As- Â¬ Chab L Brown G P A not consistent with the laws of this State or Lexington Ky sociation By brethren L B Lee of the United States and to have all the powers granted to mch corporations by Chap 66 of the J H Burdin and others General statutes of Kentucky and amendments 8 11 a m Sermon By Rev F W thereto It shall have power to make nnd enter Eberhardt Into any and all contracts agreements undertak Â¬ These Celebrated ENGLISH DOCTOR Â¬ Ibciiv li l 111 9 8 Done by order of the board this 4th day of May 1891 if M EATHERSTON Head p m Sermon By Rev J Secy DICKERS PURE PINK Jno H Burdin Judge Committee on Programme m PILLS a Positive Care for SlekS Headache Ulllousnett and Constipation Small pleat ant and favorite with the Sold In England for Is ladle IHd In America for 25c Get them from your Druggists or tend to W II HOOKER A CO Pills are 46 Wert Braadwir New Tork S 1 The Blessed Rain After a dry spell of several weeks we had a shower Tuesday rain Wed Â¬ nesday and a heavy rain Thursday morning There was a heavy wind storm Wednesday evening which did considerable damage to shade trees blowing off limbs etc Two of the A Nice Residence awnings at the Custom house were blown down smashing a window and By reference to another column it a portion of the iron roof of the St will bo seen that the residence of Dr bridge blown off Clair street W B Rodman on west Main street of - is for sale Instructors of tltc Feeble- convenient This is one in the most residences the city Minded and a purchaser will doubtless soon The National Association of Super Â¬ bo found for the same so if wish to intendents of Institutions for the buy dont wait too long or you will Education and Training of Feeble Â¬ bo left m minded children met at the InstituAyers Pills are invaluable for the tion for the Feeble minded in this euro of Headaches Constipation city on Wednesday where they were Stomach and Liver troubles and all the guests of Dr J Q A Stewart derangements of the digestive and These Pills and wife There were twenty five assimilative organs and pleasant are safe to i sugar coated i ii i 1H ana genwemuu ueiegatus in taue always reliable ana retain jacues attendance Tbe business meetings their virtues in any climate Â¬ -- --J--1 j- Some of the Grand Army boys may be interested in the following from Alex B Pope A D 0 Com- Â¬ mander Dept Tenn and Ga He says We have had an epidemic of whooping cough here Stewart and Chamberlains Cough Tenn Remedy has been the only medicine There is Confederate that has done any good diers buried in the cemetery will bo no danger from whooping cough given when this remedy is decorated on Saturday next May It completely controls freely disease the 30th at 4 oclock All those having 50 cent bottles for sale by J W flowers they will donate for the pur Gayle pose are requested to send them to the Confederate lot in the cemetery Fine Berries at that hour or to the residence of Mrs R M Aldridge corner of Broad Â¬ Dr George M Brook has sent us way and Washington streets the finest lot of home grown straw berries we have seen this season Â¬ For sale by J W Gayle PARLOR SUITS It being the season of year when housekeep Â¬ They are very large have a delight Â¬ ful flavor and perfectly ripe They were raised upon hiB farm near tho Forks of Elkhorn and ho has a large crop which he wishes to dispose of Ho will deliver them fresh from tho vines every morning fellow who wouldnt use Canters magic chicken cholera cure Sold by Phil Carpen Â¬ no cure no pay As to who butt tho bull off the bridge wo cant tell unless it was the ers are cleaning house papering and painting refitting their homes those needing Par or Suits would do well to call and examine our stock as we have on hand all the latest and most fashionable styles R lroni execution or attachment for the debts of the company Sec C The ofllcers of the company shall con Â¬ sist of a Board of seven Directors who shall be chosen annually on tho first Saturduy of May and mo iireaem uuaru 01 uireciors consisting 01 lj llannen E M Bambo J M Parker D C Thompson W M Hnydon L 1 Poindexter and C J Uocktiismlth snail serve until the ilrst Sat Â¬ urday of May lBJi The President Vice Presi- Â¬ dent Secretary and Treasurer shall be members of the Board or Directors Sec 7 The Boaid of Directors shall elect a business manager and book keeper who shall make u report at the end ot every month show Â¬ ing tho exact condition Secti T110 highest amount of Indebtedness to which the company may at any time subject Iteeir shall not exceed three thoasand dollars 3KU an I the company miiy commence busi Â¬ ness when one half of tho capital stock shall have been hubscrlued for und shall continued for twenty lhe years unless sooner dissolved The charges for toll shall not exceed the rates prescribed by law for steam mills Witness our hands this 2d day of May 1891 ings purchases and sales pertaining to ald busi- Â¬ ness to sign Indorse execute and deliver notes drafts bills bonds und other writ lugs to borrow money and make advances of the same with power to mortgage Its property for such purposes and to do all and singly the things above mentioned and those which now are or may hereafter become necessary for the proper transaction of the business of said company In so far as the same is right and authorized by law see 4 The capital stock of the company shall be six thousand dollars G0G0 divided into 1200 twelve hundred shares of 500 nvo dollars each to be paid for as ordered by the Board of Directors hereinafter provided for No person shall bo allowed to hold or own any of the stock ot said company unless he be a membsr In good htandlng of the Farmers and Laborers Union Sec 5 The private property shall be exempt Soj O HOCKENSMITU L D POINDEXTER DC THOMPSON WM HAYDON JM PARKER K M RAMBO L HANNEN C Statu of Kenuckv couktv of fliankmn Directors ter For Sale A fine young mare and colt For terms apply to Ohas Jenkins Bridgeport or W K Utter back this city ROGERS nil iiAiiiii iia k SON May2 ly upon tho same together with this cortlllcate have been duly recorded In my olllco uivenonuer my nana tms btn ay ot Mar 1891 N 0 SMITH MayQ lt C V 0 C 1 0 ov1 I N B Smith Clerk of tho County Court for tho County and btato afoiesald do jortlfy that tho foregoing articles ot incorporation were on tho nil oay of May 18J1 produced to bio in said county and acknowledge beloro me by C U Uockensmlth W M Haydon D C Thompson L llannen EM Rambo JM Parker and L D Poindexter to be their act and deed where Â¬ jti4lW HMsHssMsstlkraMWll iifrrjttttfsfttiii AWhiiiiiAkiV totffc-ttt-- u- afLkmSBJiljm 2t WORKINGME-Nt is the duty you owe yourself and family to invest your hard earned money where it will do the most good Therefore I say to the man who has a desire to obtain cloth- Â¬ ing for himself and family at prices which are undoubtedly the very owest to 1 am now doing business coaxde less than manufacturers k2KTX EXD SSjESSEIS Besides I bought a 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 Por prices which I now offer at a great sacrifice Also remember I have moved my clothing stock formerly on the corner to my dry goods store Call and see for yourself before purchasing elsewhere and you will never regret it n It 52 4z SI CLIS STI2EET t- - sale Association E N Fitch and W Robinson of Louisville made a report of the last meeting which was received and filed The nine resolutions adopted by The State Pharmaceutical Associ- the American Pharmaceutical Asso- Â¬ ation met in the Senate Chamber in ciation to regulate and make uniform thia city on Wednesday afternoon the prices of proprietary medicines with President J J Brooks of Rich were adopted by this State Associa- Â¬ mond in the chair and seventy five tion delegates in attendance Dr U V The following officers for the ensu Â¬ Williams on behalf of the local ing year were elected Wlckliffe members of the Association and the Chapman of Frankfort President citizens of Frankfort delivered the J J Samuels of Danville First Vice following address of welcome President J Q Haines of Owens Gentlemen of the Kentucky Phcmna boro H Second Vice President ceutical Association Holzhauer of Newport Third Vice To me has been assigned the dis- Â¬ tinguished honor of welcoming you President Howard Jett of Oyn- J W Gayle of TO our Hint inn gin uuwur umuuw thiana Treasurer r fid nueen citv of the vallev the wFrankfort Secretary O W Geier of Capital of the Commonwealth the i ton Local Secretary T G center of both civilization and grav- Â¬ Carroll and as we believe the geo- Julian Mt Sterling Corresponding itation graphical polo of the world We Secretary The Executive Commit welcome you to the hospitable homes tee is composed of E B Walthall of of Sf our citizens the unlimited use our Horse Cave W G White of Rich- Â¬ our points of attractions public lioraries our private homes mond J A Ryder of Midway our manufactories saw mills tunnel Nominations for the State Board of drift pile even our distilleries all Pharmacy were made as follows Dr all are yours just for the taking Wiley Rogers Albert Scboeltin O JSvery thing that is beautiful to the eye attractive to the senses every Troxler and E R Constantino of thing you see or hear or feel or Louisville From among these four tasteor appreciate is yours Of all gentlemen the is required this Edenio beauty you shall like to appoint one Governor vacancy exÂ¬ to fill the our first parents freely partake save of onlv one tree shall ye not eat for piring in the State Board of Pharma that brings death spare the Capital cy each year Dr Rogers being the Jay no sacrilegious hand upon its member whose term will expire this grandeur pre Â¬ Â¬ -- THE PILI ROLLERS Meeting of Pharmaceuti Â¬ cal Association 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 be 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 Is the finest cure in the world DWARi OLlISSEi PI3ACTICI 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 When Baby was sick wo gate her Castoria When she was a Child she cried for Castoria When she became Miss she clung to Castoria When she had Children she- gave them Castoria In rear of Salenders Grocery No Money FRANKFORT KENTTJKCY Required of Responsible Parties to Commence Treatment Â¬ Happy HoosTers Wm TimmonsPoBtmaster of Ida Electric Bitters ville Ind writes has done more for me than all other or that bad medicines combined idney and feeling arising from John Leslie farmer Liver trouble and stockman of same dace savs i -- -- historic plan in placing mortals here The man who gives his lire to curing Ills Through virtue of his poitlons and his pills Who loves his kind enough to look atound Tror means to keep It up ibove the ground 2a better far than him who has no care Save for hhnsdf and his lifes lion share You Pharmaceutical man I here insist rIs of this age the true philanthropist Your Druggist who with careful cunning hand nias gathered samples from the fruitful land And through persistent searching of the ground The panaceas for all ills has found Is Just the ery tellow to iny mind Who dearly loves and fully serves his kind To gather lucre line Is not his bent He lives on love and Jnst a small per cent Whoever heard of any frightful bills JVor mixing powder or lor rolling pills Your perfect druggist never counts the cost And seldom tells the world how much hes lost Ho answers promptly to a midnight call And simply Uvos and suit jrs that Is all I hold It that an honest druggists life la one with Joy and self approval rife Is one thut elevates and purities his soul Jn every bitter pill his lingers roll That brings him comfort peace and ease In every light he has with fell disease Without his aid and willing service true What could a poor frail doctor hope to do Without expecting either pay or thanks lie sends abroad ills neat prescription blanks And every time a doctor comes about Ills best cigars arefieely Maimed out He tries himself and teaches all his clerks To aid physicians In their arled works lie up3 an mis ami anever noes ue sa worn anout cent oi nay aru as an can uuuersinnu n he Is In tue better land as it plainly does appear iiiiiK up uieir treasure nere rmacy bejonu a doubt to pay tueir treasures out m to cute a kilogramme ruitle at u little drahui they find a man inclined to all o him portions on a proper scale sympathise with every man es iiiiou the pharnuicoutal plan the title the great Philanthropist runs the mill and does not toll the grist --- Woodman spare that tree Touch not a single bough In youth It sheltered me And 1 will protect It Until the Con Con comes again the been said by It hasmen from out borne one Inmouldpast cast are n oiunion That And at a plance nil human races through ery nearly true This may be held as la outward shape at least It seems to strike The rapid eje that men are much alike But when It comes to lie exactly Just And get at men beneath their outer crust It will be found that In their hearts and souls They stand as far apart as do the poleSome of one kind the largest class pet Imps Are at their very best but sclllsh chaps -- And In their lives when all Is said and done Will show no care for aught save number one While others on th true Den Adhein plan man -- Are filled with love for all their fellow Of these the latter class though sadlj few hasty rhyme will have the mo3t to do This Philanthropy which Is not all a dream II make In this shoit screed my only theme To do tho best ou can through mortal life In shielding man from souow pain and strife humbly think Is something ury near - Kidney and Liver mecine Made me f W Gardner feel like a new man hardware merchant Jame town says Electric Bitters is just the thing for a man who is all run down and dont year care whether he lives or dies he The Association adjourned Thurs Â¬ ounci new strengun gooa appeuie day to meet at Oarrollton next year and felt just like he had a new lease Thursday the delegates were taken on life Only 50c a bottle at P H 2 in carriages to the Cemetery Peni- Â¬ Carpenters Drug Store Find Electric Bitters to oe the best I J Makers The tentiary and other points of interest A banquet was given at the Capital Hotel Thursday evening at which the following toasts were made and responded to The Commonwealth of Kentucky by Gov SB Buckner The Medical Profession by Dr E E Hume of this city Scientific Pharmacy by Dr J P Barnum of Louisville State Board of Pharma Â¬ cy by Dr Wiley Rogers of Louis by Col E Polk ville The Press Capital The Johnson of the Pharmacists At Large byJM Cary Peter of Louisville Maj Henry T Stanton also read a poem prepared for the occasion Darbys Propliylactlc Use it in every sick room Will keep the atmosphere pure and wholesome removing all bad odors from any source able disinfectant Will destroy all Disease Germs infection from all Fevers and all contagious diseases The eminent physician J Mari I on Sims of New York says am convinced that Prol Darbys Prophylactic Fluid is a most valu 21 Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria mmiirmmmm mmmammmmM wMmmmmsmmwmmmmmmi The well ku vn D7NT PliVo PlVN Awmm mmsammMim WmLWm msmmmmj o BOG MAW PfKGEOX ml SPECIALIST 01 JC of Cincinnati HOSPITAL How a Beautiful Flower was Named Millinery We oiler all trimmed and un trimmed bonnets and hats at greatly THE An old legend tells of two lovers reduced prices Co walking by the river Rhine The Sam D Johnson lady begged her suitor to pluck a little pale blue flower growing on 3 FRANKFORT WEDNESDAY Freucli Gingham the bank In doing so he fell into OZsTjLiTST OUSTS JDJnr the water and was drowned but 18 cts for French Gingham worth while sinking he threw the flower 25 cts igpConsulution and Examinalon Free And very fourth week thereafter Forget me not to her and cried 24 cts for French Gingham worth Returning Evory Fourth Weok Thereafter Thousands of women will never for- Â¬ 29 cts CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION IS get what Dr Pierces Favorite Pre- Â¬ 49 cts for French Gingham worth all about your disease und tho prospects of a euro FIUJE and ho will promptly tell you lie undertakes no incurable cases scription has done for them It is CO cts XjADIES rtfllleted with nny ot the Ills peculiar to their sex may consult him with per Â¬ Â¬ prepared specially to cure those disSam D Johnson Co fect confidence and the assurance of certain rollof nnd permanent cine Their case4 will receive thut kind nud consldcrito attention which all will appreciate His tieatment eases from which they alone suffer uhvuys proves satisfactory local tieatment Is teldom necessary and often in silence rather than con- Â¬ Ovnrlnn Tnuiors In their earlier singes euied without palu or Instrumental luter sult a physician as periodical pains Jenuess Miller Model Bod- Â¬ forcuco back prolapsus and all uterine weak Sterility is usually tho result ot carelosness or Ignorance It can be remedied ice and troubles Puroly vegetable EjWUpsy or Tits cured by n never falling treatment guaranteed to give satisfaction in Deiifiivvj mnny cases can be cured every case or money refunded Cniiccra permanently removed Horn the most dellcnte organs bv our owu peculiar Ciiarge of tnt Onto Medical Institute has for the treatment of CHRONIC NERVOUS FEMALE as Bronchitis Catarrh Cough Rheumatism all Rectum Liver Kidneys Bladder Sexual Organs of the Eye and Ear Deformities etc HE WILL BE AT 110 PillLADKLFHIA GkXKRAL O formerly Resi- ami PlIYSICIAN-lN- - thirtv years devoted his attention to DISEASES such diseases of tho Stomach Bowels Heart Nerves and Brain diseases AND SURGICAL CAPITAL HOTEL KT JUNE method little or no pain no loss 01 blood Iu Running Order if VX QA T Stedmans woolen mill is in full running order and is now ready to receive wool for carding spinning Gary Petor of Louisville Mr responded in fitting terms when the Association was opened for business During the meeting papers wore read by Wicklillb Chapman of this city on Trituration E 0 Piingst of Louisville on Forty Years in the Retail Drue Business and by G Jlolzhauer of Nowport on The Sol- ability of Coated rills Delegates to the National Whole M -- making blankets jeans and linsey and I will recoivo wool as - usual to the factory 27 2t W T Reading Cow Pasturage I am prepared to pasturo four 4 cows on my lot on Holmes street Those wishing pasturage for their cows will please call on Mr JOhas 37 JPk For sale by Sam D 27 Feathorston lt Mrs Barret Johnson Sole agents Co postage fttrnslit permanently cured MEN of all ages who sutler from Indiscretions nnd excesses vlll boneflt by our counsel and tieatmonU If they observe cortaln sediments In the urtnu or Irritation of the urinary organs they should consult us without dulay We restore all such cases Tim doctor treats with unfailing buccpss all forms of Rectal DiNonso Mich as lllcw FiNttilu FiNMttro and Ulceration of the IIoucl by a method of his owu discovery without pain or detention fiom business lie guarantees all cases Early Interference is considered tho best of judgment in all cases and saves time money und health Tho success attained In the treatment ot tho cases which ho makes his specialty Is truly phenomenal Wonderful Cures have been effected In old and difficult cases which havo bafllcd tho efforts of all others iVs his rooms arc usually crowded It Is better to call early In the day to avoid being diinyed Persons consulting him should bring from two to four ounces of thelrurlnolnacloau bottle for examination Fatlonts treated by mall or express but whou posslblo personal consultation Is prefer- auie j uatui iiuuauuuuseui on iimmuuwuu All Consultations Comsponrteiice anil fasrr luridly Confidential Treatment sent C 0 D to Uiy part of the United fita- t- una Canada Address with -- Stricture Varicocele Hydrocele ttporiniUorrticn and nil uiimluial discharges no Itnlfn or caustic the only positive cure Dr C H 30Griv sax 703 Cincinnati a MTVr ft k I l iPl r vs w QtjtjvW VWWrlff r T n TO t FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT 23 1801 FRANKFORT MAY Indian Mission Meeting The Indian Association will meet at the residence of Mr W H Averill Monday afternoon the 25th at 1 oclock In almost every neighborhood throughout the west there is some one or more persons whose lives have been saved by Chamberlains and Diarrhoea Cholera Colic Remedy or who have been cured of chronic diarrhoea by it Such per Â¬ sons take especial pleasure in recom mending the remedy to others The praise that follows its introduction and use makes it very popular 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by J W Â¬ Gayle 3 Mm Another New House The contractors broke ground Tuesday morning for the foundation ofMrsBettie Wingates new house upon the lot she recently purchased from Col J Stoddard Johnston on Third btreet a Died Suddenly s f per box 25 2 Willis Price a well known colored Heart For sale by South Side drug store fell dead while resident of this city Do you need any of the above mentioned goods If so call ora P H Carpenter 5 iy walking in his yard on the Owenton Advertised Letters pike Thursday morning He had For Rent The two story frame us we are been a hard drinker for years and his Below will be found n list of advertised residence on the corner of Logan and letters for the week ending May 23d Cross death was caused by apoplexy streets Apply to 1801 Mrs A E Stephens Headquarters and Can Save You Money Jackson Frank It Anderson Annie Commenced Building Johns Jack Amnbile Mike Billiards and Pool Lovers of Bowen Lu vesta Johnson Mattie billiards and pool will find Wiley O Mrs Anna B Van Derveer has Blair Kate Liestner Allice Williams hall on St Clair street commenced the erection of a hand- Â¬ Chism Attoway McGilaway R E open 25 tf Nowles Mnttie some two story residence to contain Campbell Dollie eight rooms upon the lot on Shelby Cunningham J C Onan Chas OConnor Emma Drwsou Docia street which she recently purchased Daniels W G Payne E B The Evans Charlie from Mr John T Buckley Robert Janny Ros Pattie building is to be frame and will have Fore scrofulous humor Gaines Samuel Scott George all the modern improvements in the blood Herringtou John Smith Margaret Smock R J Hand Katie ulcers catarrh and J W Gayle the druggist desires Smith William us to publish the following testi- Hewold Cnsie Willams Ellas Martha consumption Holmun monial as he handles the remedy and Hughs Thomas Wall G S believes it to be reliable use Williams James Haydon Thomas I bought a 50 cent bottle of Cham- Â¬ Hayes Willie Worione Mollie berlains Pain Balm and applied it to Jackson Annie M Williamson Robert mv limbs which have been afflicted Wnrfield S A with rheumatism at intervals for one When calling for these letters say ad- The most year At the time I bought the Pain I can vertised Balm I was unable to walk economical M SAITELIi truthfully say that Pain Balm has R H Farr safe speedy and Postmaster completely cured me seU Holywood Kansas Mr A B Cox effective of all druggist at Holywood the leading Through the Weary Eonri vouches for the truth of the above Of many a night made doubly Ion by its pro blood purifiers Mrs Mary L Bakery of Ovid Mich has reason to be very thankful She was a great sufferer from heart dis Â¬ ease for years Was short of breath had hungry ppdle pain In eide fluttering faintness eto After taking two bottles of Dr Mires New Heart Cure she says I am better than for Change of Time 20 years My mind and eyesight have Unproved wonderfully I advise all Train No 3 on the Kentucky Mid Â¬ persons thus afflicted to ubo this W Gayle drug remedy landthe afternoon passenger greatrecommends Jand guarantees Â¬ gist it l rtl tliirli fnvniflitli 1iff 1intn of Q Dr Miles work on Heart Disease does not leave now until 4 oclock containing marvelous- testimonials 2 It makes connection at Georgetown free i m with the Queen Crescent for Cin cinnati and at Paris for points South A DUTY TO YOURSEJLF with the Kentucky Central The It is surprising that people will use new time table went into effect on a common ordinary pill when they can secure a valuable English one for Monday the same money Dr Ackers Eng Â¬ lish pills are a posit ive cure for sick They All Failed hendache and all liver troubles They The following letter from Mr W A are small sweet easily taken and do Thomson of Columbus Wis is pe not gripe 9 J W Gayle Druggist My wife says euliarly interesting In has been treated for her head Btomach and nervous prostration by throe doctors in New York two in JBucklens Arnica Salve The best salve in the world foi Chicago one in Philadelphia one in Cln innati and at the large institute Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt t Buffalo for 16 months They all Fever Sores Tetter railed But one bottlo of Dr Miles Rheum Restorative Nervine helped her won Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns derftlly This should be used in all and all Skin Eruptions and posi1 adacnes backaches changes of Â¬ fe nervous disturbances fits rheu tively cures Piles or no pay reIt is guaranteed to give riaii8m etc Ask at J W Gayles quired drug store for atrial bottle and Dr perfect satisfaction or money re Miles new book on the Nerves and funded Price cents Â¬ - hands at work and will shortly put up an electric light plant so that a night force can be worked also Mr George K Drane of this city is a clerk at the works and Mr George D Markham is in charge of a force of hands putting in the cofferdam five A Fortunate Woman C F BROWER Main and Broadway CO Â¬ LAWN CBAIRS FURNITURE ROCKERS SETTEES In all the finishes Also a full line of Â¬ KamiTiocKs Rwnings and fllospto Bars BABY CARRIAGES 50 Styles Prom 6 to 50 Each FOR SCROFULA Â¬ C F BROWER CO Ayers Sarsaparilla Carpets Furniture Wall Paper Draperies r RUBBER H0SE statement Another Change of Time 20 ff it The time of arrival of trains No ARTICLES 0E INCORPORATION N the afternoon east on the L OF bound C O has been changed to avoid years of torture Whatever be the ration upon Bitters ale and train No 19 the west thisof the active influenceis of the no evidence 456 malady certain it that orn more and pos 1 bound C 0 arrives at 646 The relating to its effect isrelates direct action to its than that which la two trains meet at Vileys the first itive of rheumatism Like all sterling reme Â¬ cases a protracted syste it station this side of Lexington in Â¬ dies howeverand deserves not be abandoned UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS DAY Asso should matic trial stead of at Lexington as heretofore because not at once roeadlal It is equally THE themselves together for the purpose or Â¬ tracted agony the rheumatic Batterer tossei to and fro on his sleepless couch vainly comes by or that rest which graying starts Ills malady onlyono which ia too often fail to relieve ordinary medicines but there is ample evidence to prove that the efficient blood depurent Hostetters Stomach Bitters afford the rheumatic reliable means of relief Cheek the malady in its incipient stages when the first premonitory twinges come on with this agreeable medicine and Has Cured Others will cure you We caQnotafibrd to you nor ban you afford to 1jieap use any w mm We have the pure Rubber stock which has stook the test better than any other CALL AND INQUIRE ABOUT IT AT Â¬ Â¬ m For Lieutenant Governor efflaclous in dyspeptic kindred diseases indigestion m and m- ir - Dr S F Smith of this city was nominated for Lieutenant Governor of Kentucky by a Convention of the Peoples Party held at Covington on Tuesday He was also elected a member of the National Committee of the same party by the Convention in session at Cincinnati on the same day THATTERRIBLECODGH The Ladies Delighted The pleasant effect and the perfect safety with which ladies may use the liquid fruit laxative Syrup of Figs under all conditions make it their favorite remedy It is pleasing to the eye and to the taste gentle yet effectual in acting on the kidneys liver and bowels o Bought Half a Block Judge W P D Bush of Louisville has sold to Mr Hiram Berry the large lot lying between Shelby and Main streets fronting the river being the rear half of the square upon which stands the Dudley Institute and the residences of Mr J W The Hughes and Mr P S Rule price paid was five thousand dollars n road the point aboe designated on the suney made by D M Woodson to intersect the Peaks Mill turn Â¬ pike road as above specllled 3 The amount of the capital stock of said company shall be more than enough to con- Â¬ of struct said road not not exceeding two thousand say We will now give the benefit per mile It shall be paid In at the time low prices anu invite an io see ua uv dollars the proportions designated by the board and In we will close out our stock at the old of directors 4 The corporation shall commence on or be- Â¬ stand by July 1st to build one fore Builders Hardware Paints Oils mile stock shall have been subscribeof the corpo Â¬ Glass Carpenters Tools Blacksmiths rate of said roadof The termination the said company shall be existence and Wagon Material Iron Harness limited by the act ot the Legislature aroresald and Saddles Farming Implements and not sooner by which the ailalrs of the 5 The nlllvers Binder twine All must go bo controlled directed shall cts company shalldirectors ot live and number three Wall paper 5J ctB GJ cts 7J In be a board of a majority Gilts 7 cts 9 cts 12J cts 15 cts 18 of whom shall constitute they shall be for the transaction of all business elected c cts by tho stockholders who have paid up their Agents for Woods Reapers and stock at tho end of every twelve mouths alter Mowers Birdsdells Clover Hullors tho llrst board shall have gone into exlsten ce have been elscted but and the Peerless Engines Corner and until a hoard shall provisions of fully act the imalllled under the this Broadway and Lewis street old board shall remain in olllce C The corporation shall be conducted In Its O E Collins Bro by a board of dlrectorw any three of New store corner of Main and affairs may act The board shall consist of five whom persons one or whom shall be President three Lewis streets of the hoard shall constitute a majority aud they shall be elected annually by the stock Â¬ m holders who have paid up their stock 7 This corporation shall not at any For Rent A brick cottage of ceed an Indebtedness of two thousandtime ex Â¬ dollars threo rooms on tho hill opposite per mile for each mile that may bo made or put John L Scotts residence Apply to under contract 8 Henry Gobber That private property shall bo exempt from coriornto debts Given under our hands this most practicable route In the morning harried or difficult to run the the Feuks Mill turnpike to intersect road com breathing raising phlegm tightness the road ofSuter Staffords The company hereby pany near quickened pulse chill incorporated claim to exercise all the powers in the chest privileges which are ness in tho evening or sweats at rights Immunities andenumerated In section night all or any of these things aro granted designated ortitled Incorporated com two chapter Illty slx Kentucky panies the first stages of consumption Dr and 547 ot General Statutes of corporationpages M6 The name of the Ackers English Cough Remedy will Elkhoru Turnpike Road Company and Itsshall be princicure these fearful symptoms and is pal place of transacting business shall be guarantee by county of Franklin swalloulleld In the sold under a positive 2 The business A J W Gayle Druggist the construction ofproposed to be transacted Is a turnpike from becoming an Incorporated Company for the pur pose or constructing a turnpike road from the Franklin and Owen turnpike to the Peaks Mill and Elmvllle turnpike road commencing at the toll house near Joseph Wllejr who lives near the toll houe on the Owen pike and from thence Â¬ GRAY CHURCHS Â¬ 4 hCVlrfI f P LL - Â¬ Selling Out m finrw m WmW BRE m Ti mm mm S8U2S1K a charm Btore keepex does QUICKLY MARRIED For scouring pots pans and metals it has no equal If your not keep it you should insist upon his doing so as it always gives satisfaction and its immense sale all over the United States makes it an almost necessary article to any well supplied store Every Â¬ thing shines after its use and even the children delight in using it ia their attempts to help around the house SAFOLIO is one of the best known city luxuries and each time a cak is used an hour is saved On floors tables and painted work it acts lik m 24th of December lblrt Rushing No 6 The work of constructing Lock No 0 on the Kentucky river is being pushed with all possible speed Capt R S Burnett the engineer in charge has removed his headquarters from this city to Salvisa which is within two miles of the lock site and placed Mr Theodore Wylio in charge of the office at that place Capt Burnett remains at the lock and is superintending the work in person He now has one hundred and twonty-- THE FII4ST SYMPTOMS OIF GEO J SHAMPTON n WEBSTER DEATH Tired fooling dull headache pains in various parts of tho body sinking at the pit of the stomach loss of ap- Â¬ petite fovorlshness pimples or sores are all positive evidence of poisoned blood No matter how it bocame bo purified to avoid Soisoned it viust Ackers English Blood Elixir has never failed to remove scrofulous or syphilitic poisons Sold under positive guarantee 9 State of Kentucky MARION WEBSTER ROBERT H GRAHAM AD CALVERT 1 PILES SALT RHEUM IMR SORES sbbM bbbbI sbbbbI bbbbbI HssF sfl HjP ssT Jcvi w 1 THE GREAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY Mfc J W Gaylb Druggist Castorla 1RM day of Feb 1891 jnodticed tome In said county and acknowledge bcloru mo by Geo H Webster J S Hampton and Marlon Webster to bo their act and deed The same was again produced to mo on the 1st day of March lbJl anil acknowledged before me by Robert 11 Graham and A D Cal veittobother act and deed whereupon the same together with this certificate have been duly recorded In my olllce ilven under my hund this 11th day of May N D SMITH MayUVit C County or Fiianklin J DL I N B Smith Cleikof the County Court for the County and State aforesaid do certify that tho foregoing Aitlclrs of Incorporation of Tho Klkhom Tuinpko Road Company was on the M Send three two cent stamps for free sample box and book price so cents 41 TM R O IDiSOH Ffc BATH TOILET AND NURSERY PURPOSES ECZEMA WOUNDS BURNS c CROUP BRONCHITIS PILES FOR MEDICINAL For sale by 18 XAR OID CO XSCIXj CHICAGO ILL Children Cry Jor Pitchers FCC ly MMiiMiiiittMaMtMiitfMta iiiiiiiiitei 5 nquNDHBOUT- VOL supplement Kentucky Cental Eailway NUMBER 37 1801 TO ALL IOINTS XIV KYM BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortestand Quickest ruutcfrom J ACQB SWIGERT OZLST CO insrstneA KroE AcKEiasrxs Have Removed From the Balfzel Building FRANKFORT MAY 23 Kortli Ileasurevillc i t I NORTH BST WEST M SOUTHWEST Iff Farmers are wearing a amile now aa tho rain that has been so long looked for has como at last Mrs Dr A M Miles and daughter of Bagdad are visiting W A Duncan and wife Mrs Emma Duncan nnd Mrs Annie Slemmons are botli quito poorly with neuralgia Under the skillful treatment of our young M Ds we hope they may both bo restored to good health again in the near future Dr C F Dudley met with tho mis- Â¬ fortune Sunday last to loose a very valuable animal He drove his fine mare to church at the depot or near that point and as she had been ac- customed to breaking bridles c lie tied her around tho neck with a rope when she began pulling back and continued doing so until she broke her neck or choked to death Mr John Bashaw was in our town yesterday evening Tuesday distrib uting pamphlets of the new Constitu-Â¬ tion While so doing wo find that lie is making a very persistent canvass for tho position of Representative of tho county of Henry Go it John you bee wo will putin one for you Our mail carrier Mr Warren Hall that has bean engaged in carrying the mail from our town to Now Pleas uroville was married Tuesday even Â¬ ing to a Miss Grigsby near Sweet Homo Mr Hall is a very popular and gontlemanly fellowi We wish him all tho happiness tongue can express The Biblo says it is not good for man to bo alone Tho Methodist Sunday school Con- Â¬ vention held in the M E Church in this place Jast Sunday was in every particular a success At an early hour tho people began pouring in from ovory direction Tho church was crowded to its utmost capacity The number of schools represented aro as follows Sweet Home Fletcher Claxon Su Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FASTLINEHETWEEN LEXINGTON SCHEDULE AND CINCINNATI 1631 IN EFFECT FEU 13TH No 6 No 4 Accnin Daily Dally Express fust line Ex Sun No a lLX2r STDEBEJET TO H101 MD 102 KM STREETS pf tSTThey will short time fill Souili I Sou ml the Capital HntEl-r- a J siOini aoopm ivevjoyington b18uh Bhbpin y 19ini D lupm Cyiuhiana lo Wain J CJpm - fll IHam 10 JBpm Arr Pans Lvo Cincinnati Lexington 1220pm -- ujmi ii MJpm 1 G5pm o aopm this space with an entirely new advertisement in i 12 lQnn 11 OOpni j r ajpm 037pm IUIU iiiwpm U Lve Paris il27uui A rr Winchester lOnn Lve Winchester m 40pm Lve Lxo Livingston Lvo Loudon Ait Coritia rca ArrLivingstoti LveCorbln KicnmoiHl He lie rr Kichmund 1 83pm I II 1 tspm I3pin 7 JOpiii a 03pin 205pm 0jpin 15iiiu BOOiiiu 5 rjpm 7 25pm 7 3Upm Lve Lnnirvllle Lve 1ltievlIIe ArrCumMMiiip Quccnswnre anil Fancy China Tea Sets 56 pieces 3 Dinner Sets from S5o up The largest stock in Central Kentucky to select present from ft Â¬ LveJIIddlesbh JSlpin JWlAlllUl -- - ArrTcIhcu Lv WIIILisbt Lve Kichmond Ive Cirbln IGUpni 3 15pm U 2Upm Stoves Tinware and Home Furnishing Goods Cool Stoves from 475 up Heating Stoves from 3 up Lvo Lancaster Arr btuiifoiii 50pm 1 lJpiii oauinu 1 NortliHounil Express No l Dally No 3 Dally No 3 Plumhing and Gas Fitting Tin Hoofing and Guttering Job work of all kinds in both branches done promptly ami guaranteed to be first class imzsaBcgramj-iuEyijna5fjirAAtf-jJ- bun Le Stanford Lancaster Arr Kichmund Ive lellleo Ive Wiht isb Air cor In Iv Cnmb Tap Ive MUMlesbh Lve IliiP Hie- Arr Corbin g i sg 17 noiim 7 10 ga 50um 13am I have the largest stock in my different lines to be found in Central Kentucky and at price that are beyond all competitors Give me a call jBtjgs aiTairAimimaMavTirrmeaaTHK 3i 2 4 ri 8 30am i Mam i J0EK T ItJOKLlY I Lu Hironllle SSSatn 1 7 11am I3ini LuTirbln perintendent Lve London North Pleasurevillo Jeff Riner Arr Livingston Superintendent Lvo Livingston New Pleaourevilla Mor- Lvo Iiercn Lvo - - 2sViiiii 10 11 Jfiimit 21am 05am AKKOUNCEMEST Wo are authorized to announce LKK A OWEN us a candidate to represent FranUUn county In the House of Representatives or tho next Uener n Assembly o Kentucky subject to the ujtloii of the Dinociallu party April 11 te 1 KSCTCKY EFFECTIVE ONION RAILWAY CO U 12 I5m liam TIIKE T CASS Morning Services Scripture read by A Hoagland and hymn by Prof Duncan of Eminence Welcome AddressBy Mists Virginia Dudley Song By tho children Anthem By the choir Entering In Emma Booker May Day Rally -- Everitt Hall Oniy a Stop -- Lena Hanks My Prido -- Mary Lyoaj The Kings Daufflitor- - 3ma Wills jidon Tho Battle of tho Ualli Paul Flower Song -- Children Soio John Morris Solo Pa tor W W Spates Evening Exercises Scripture read by Jeff Kiner Hymn By Fletcher Claxon After this speochos were made by a great many children songs c Tho children porformed well without tho least excitement At 12 oclock m a bountiful dinner was sproad on tho gounds gotten up by the ladies in tho highest stylo of culinary art and if any one went off hungry it was certainly their fault as thorn was plenty of every thing good to eat and plenty left Tho crowd was estimated to bo Â¬ ris Superintendent 12 ifipin m 12 Kipm A rr Winchester 0 33 im l 40pm LVe Winchester 7 lPam 1 rHpm 7 45am SiPmu AIT Pari Ive levington 7 0 am 2ipin it 45pm 7 Ciim 2 I5pni 1 Mpin Arr Paris Lve Cvnthianu STJaiii li ltipm 4 40pm i IS mi Lve Falmouth lllpm 3 SOpm Apr Coiinvstiin 10 14am 3 Opin fiUTpin R fi pm GO mil 0 451111 Arr Cliicltiiritl in Mimon 1 r 03 DECEMBER 2IST I0INU EAT I89C S00 p m 4i 0 p m 431 p in u i m G10 p in lt8j n m p in Wo aro authorized to announce C II JULIAN as a candidate for Kjpretentatlve of l ranklln count In the next LeIMature mtpject to the uc tlon ot tho Domocr ttlc party Leave LexIntofi Leave Winchester Leave lay City Arrive Lumper 1omt Arrive Three Kinks Leave Three Korks Arrive Elkatawa GOINCJ li WEST 5 u m 1030 a in CrMfirin C05 n 111 787 a ill MAYSVILLU IJUANCIl Not o Vortti IWiiind Lve Cliioliimtl Lve Covington Lve letiiwton Lve Piri Arr Millerslnir Arr Carlisle Lv Oily S No 1 Dail Ex Sun 2 fi Le neEiknttnva Arrive Three Korks I 1lireo Forks fa VrriVM rrlve Lumber Point Clay City - 7 no a in 7 33 a m S 43 U - llllin M 4 41 3 7 Arr Johnoii Arr Maynville a in um 10 10 un vjiiih lloiiiid Miysvillo Jolnison Carlisle MillerOmrs IiriLexiiiBton Arr Covinstnn Arr Arr Incltmtitl Lve ve Lve Lve Arr - No io Daily Ex Sun 20 3 57 r no 7 13 7 4a 8 2S fi 765 pjn No 2 Dail K Sun 1 n id i in cm ii in I 23 p in 7 HI p in i I 0p m ims stract V-- An he Whichever bti tt m oao a m rrUe Lexington Connectionmule at LuTiibfr PoliTt with steamer for lattyIUe Ulkatima N nearest tntloii to Jackbini Ky Trains bitfteon Three Forks and Lexington run dally betrteen Three Forhs and hlkatinsa dallj Mindujs cxceiittd J L Ml UPI1V ieiieril Pas A nnmnlilet 1 If IMss 41 10 30 a m U27iin pm a in 143 m a iii 4 10 pill a m fi 20 pm am liSTpni ii m a m a in f 0 iTTii of lnfonnatlon nnd ab or tno mwa allowing uorr to Obtain raicnts Caveit s TrmltVi KMan3 Lopyricnts ju em Jrce iviiirjM tifiM r-- IGii V fli rc2K - nn z mm lELHll IS- iier Atreut a 20 New York 1 wmgm k IMRKA V 0 45im W L HUNSnNTriv Ant Cincinnati O Salvers iV Oe8 mix I m titsLdi WLJLLv -- t Y rr about five hundred New Jleat Market iSI Main Street near Manium S It KVOTT Sfii Pus At Trallle JIaimwr Ceneral Olllros Louisville Ky SF 11 MOHSK Oenl Pass AkI Cincinnati Olllce ClianiberofConiineiToHlds -- Catciium - ClATMOltK Dainells Stable O If yon are going west that tho St Louis Air Lino run No 2 Dallv to all points except Howhnd Dlvi Louisville tho finest trains in tho world between Hlnn which Is dally except Sunday Trains No 1 Unas dally rrom LnxliiKton tn Ctiicln Louisville and St Louis leaving at 810 a m daily equipped nail 2 Hiinsdallv No with Pullman ponoctou salty steam No 3 Hans dilly rrom nil stations except the and din Unnliiiid Division ulilch Is dally except Sniiilay heated day coaches parlor Dally except Piindav Vo ing cars Trains leaving Louisvillo No i runs dally between Cincinnati and Lex015 p m equipped with day ington at No 4H Pjirle and Lexington Accoinniodatlon coaches and Pullman drawing room Â¬ 1 Int -- j ill - WatcbsSf Clocks Forget Frssli Meats of all Kind ALWAYS ON HAND Wo will rvtiw AM 3T h uy v Jj run wagons on both sides or the and deliver goods In anypaitot thoclt rler Silver Pla fcsd Ware ilJ St Clair street Mack Salyers ApilUS tf Co Â¬ Watches Clocks and Joydry Repaired May L Aimes Paris Leaves Lexiniton ltiOli a m m except you wish comfort safty and 1013 a 8 FalmouthSiiiuM If Accoinniodatlon Leaves No quick time bo sure and call for tick Cincinnati 310 p in Anlve Falmouth p in dally except Sunday ets via tho Air Lino Any information 703 7 Leave Falmouth fi a m Arrives Cin Â¬ No regarding maps rates etc will bo cinnati 7 33 a in except Sunday Nns 2 tiiiil fi make connections at Winchester promptly furnished by writing to for points on the NN V M V Ky K D B L BllYANT IncliiimM o No 2 Cairles thiounh cars frop Trav Pass Agt Mhldlcstmrnuuli and Cuiulierlauil lap ami all In Louisvillo Ivy 10 tf termediate stations and runs dally sleepers Aubrey Williams DEALEHS IN ly All Fresh Meats and Groceries Corner of HrhLje nnd Second streets Our wagon will call at jour door eery mornlne with choice cuts of meat Orders Iroin tho store or wamiu April 18 lm will receive prompt attention Â¬ Pennant nt ciAts no nrot tab 0 tlonsfnr inoriijiu men iiomi salaries aim expenses imiiiI wifkly Liberal liulueeuieiits to beKhuiers No pifvlous experience neeessaiy Ontllt fre Write for terniN Klvln aye cllVKLESH CHASE Nur erynmii Kochester N Y Montlonthis paper ifllTESg JlarJl bt to sell Nursery ioodn Warranted ttV iV eTrw sTMf fj t ft vcf j - -o- -jpf f iyiK i MOTa tft - V vi - t-- - f afM - - V- - v Amt-ik--ritfrWis- - vf- - i y - - 11 v yv- - c r - -A -- -- 4 - i fv jt lv te - a - i xi r- r0mmsMimi---t - irv i j illdH if P- - sti a- ntfcf v j- - - Avfei - ii tt-iu- V 1t4-tiii-- i fir vmi i w - JtHs0 i3r i - VV - - f r K - vvKf 5 1 ri jliJfct - ft v tvv- - v- iv i f t l ItM cwtv j v t t z rff i v 4 - V m i - V V t - v s 1- tv Si-- - 17 - 5t y - A J a s - S o I Vh l V W rw J M 4 - Vv A r - f - r - Z v J t - - 3 - v 7t v JplMPWiHX J i I y J -- r r X FRAMFOBT ROUNDABOUT the hall of the House of RepresentaRatered Grand Commandery will repair to Â¬ Tlie Peoples Choice Taken Up As a Stray at the post office at Frankfort Kentucky as second class mailable matter A fiEO LEWIS Editor and Publisher MAY 23 1891 FRANKFORT THE GRAND BODIES tives half of Frankfort Commandery and the citizens of Frankfort will be delivered by Sir and ox Gov J Proctor Knott which will be re- Â¬ sponded to by Grand Commander W H Meffert of Louisville and then the Grand Commandery will be The public are opened in form to hear the addresses but of invited course will have to retire as soon ns the orand Commander concludes his remarks be- Â¬ An address of welcome in THE GRAND LODGE A Meeting A Lodge THIS of the Grand and Grand Commander of Kentucky CITY ON WEDNESDAY Will convene in Odd Fellows Tem Â¬ ple at 3 oclock and at 330 sharp tho grand procession will be formed on Broadway under command of Grand Marshal J R Rodgers of Bourbon county The head of the procession will rest on St Clair and be formed as follows 1 Platoon of Police 2 Band 3 Govenor Buckner and Orators i of the day Company Guard 5 Band 4 6 H Kentucky State IN Grand Commandery of Ken- Â¬ mandery of Kentucky Knights Templar will assemble in the hall of the House of Representatives at noon arid in the afternoon the Grand Lodge of Kentucky will meet in emergent communication at Odd Fellows Temple and the city will be filled with the brethren of the Mystic Tye It is an unusual occur- Â¬ rence for both of these grand bodies to be in session at one time and our city is highly honored in having them here The Grand Commandery meets in regular annual conclave while the Grand Lodge has been called to meet here at the request of Gov Buckner for the purpose of taking charge of the cermony of unveiling the monument erected to the memory of the late Gov Luke P Blackburn by the State of Kentucky There will be two procession on Wednesday the first composed of representatives of the different Commanderies under the jurisdic tion of the Grand Commandery of Kentucky and the second of the Grand Lodge of Kentucky escorted by the Grand Commandery and Com- Â¬ Kentucky State Guard pany H The first will take place in the morn- Â¬ ing and the other in the afternoon GRAND COMMANDERY Wednesday next will be a great The Grand Com day in this city m At 1030 a m the Templar proces- Â¬ sion will form on Broadway in front of the Capitol square the head of the column resting on Lewis street The column will be in charge of Sir Thos J Flournoy of Paducah Grand Captain General and will be in the following order 1 Schneiders Band 2 LouiBVille Commandery No 1 3 Webb Commandery No 2 Lex- Â¬ ington 4 Saxton Trosts Band 5 Frankfort Commandery No 4 6 Montgomery Commandery No 5 Mt Sterling 7 Ohio First Regiment Band 8 Covington Commandery No 7 Maysville Band Maysville Commandery No 10 11 Eichorns Band 12 DeMolay Commandery No 12 Louisville 13 Newport Commandery No 13 14 Cynthiana Commandery No 16 15 Ryan Commandery No 17 Danville 16 Carlisle Commandery No 18 17 Richmond Commandery No 19 18 J 0 Breckenridge Comman dery No 20 Flemingsburg 19 Bowling Green Commandery No 23 20 Russellvillo Commandery No 9 10 Â¬ 25 imt ay- Grand Officers in Carriages The procession will move east on Broadway to Ann south on Ann to Capital Hotel where the grand officers will be received thence south on Ann to Main west on Main to First Presbyterian Church whore the Grand Commandery will attend the office of public worship The exorcises at tho Church will bo in charge of tho Grand Prolate Sir J D Lewis of Bowling Green tho sermon will bo preached by Rev John M Worrell D D of Danvillo Past Grand Commander and some beauti Â¬ ful anthems will bo sung by a choir in chargo of Mrs Alico B Orbison At tho conclusion of tho services tho column will reform and inarch south on Wilkorson to Wapping east on Wapping to St Clair north on St Clair to theSAate Capitol whore the prooessioraBsi disband and the 21 tucky 7 Grand Tyler with drawn sword 8 Two Tylers with swords 9 Master Masons marchingin two ranks 10 Grand Stewards 11 Past Grand Masters 12 Grand Chaplain The Farxners Alliance for 13 Past Master with extinguished It taper 14 Venerable brother with Great At a district meeting of the Far- Â¬ Lights mers Alliance in the 7th Congression- Â¬ 15 Two Past Masters with extinal District composed of eight coun- Â¬ guished tapers ties including Fayette county held 16 Grand Deacons in this city on Friday of last week 17 Grand Secretary and Grand a resolution was unanimously adopt- Â¬ ed favoring the adoption of the new Treasurer 18 Grand Junior Warden and Constitution The resolution was in- Â¬ Grand Senior Warden troduced by W P Marsh district 19 Deputy Grand Master lecturer and was warmly approved 20 Grand Sword Bearer by Hon T T Gardner President of 21 Past Master with Book of the State Alliance of Kentucky and passed without a dessentingvote Constitutions 22 Grand Mastdr supported by This shows that the farmers know a good thing when they see it that Grand Deacons 23 Grand Pursuivant they quickly perceive that the new 24 Grand Marshal mounted Constitution is a peoples ConstituThe procession will move south on tion and that under its wise proviSt Clair to Main east an Main to tho sions the lowest laborer will get his Cemetery where the ceremony of honest reward and that corporations unveiling and dedicating will be per and banks and mining companies formed by the Grand Master assist Â¬ and other monopolies must hereafter ed by the grand officers after which give in their property for taxation addresses will be delivered by Gen and pay taxes on all they are worth The issue is Basil W Duke of Louisville and just like other people a square open one the monopolies Judge W MBeckner of Winchester upon the life and character of Gov are against the new Constitution beBlackburn The procession will then cause it makes them shell out and bear their proper porportions of the be reformed and return to the city At night a reception tendered by burdens of taxation and the plain Sir and Gov S B Buckner and wife people are for it for the same reason to the Grand Commandery of Ken Â¬ It is a square fight between the montucky will take place at the Execu- ey bags and the people and will be tive Mansion During the entire fought out on this line which of session of tho Grand Commandery course means 100000 majority for the the headquarters of Frankfort Com- Â¬ people mandery No 4 at 309 Main street Serious Runaway will be open day and night where the Sir Knights and their ladies will Mr R D Armstrong of Bridgeport be served with refreshments of all came to town on Friday of last week kinds and left his buggy at the blacksmith On Thursday evening at 8 oclock shop of Mr W K Utterback on the public installation of the officers Second street to have the tires of of the Grand Commandery will take the wheels cut When the work place at the Opera House and will was done the wheels were put back be interspersed with fine music by on the buggy but the nuts were not our best local singers and Saxton axles Trosts Orchestra After the installa screwed on the ends of the buggy Mr Armstrong went for the tion ceremonies a grand hop will when ready to start home and just take place at the Capital Hotel m leaving the shop three of tho Capital City Normal Uni Â¬ after came off letting the buggy wheels versity drop down upon his horses heels Prof J B Secrest Principal of causing the animal to run away Mr out his leg Central Normal School at Pleasure- - Armstrong was thrown badly injured tho horses legs were ville is thinking of removing his and tho buggy school to this city and will do so if cut up considerably given proper encouragement by our demolished citizens His idea is to establish a Tlae Page Reading first class institution of learning hero to bo called the Capital City Tho reading given by Mr Thos Normal University with n depart Â¬ Nelson Page of Richmond Va at ment of arts business medicine and tho Opera House Saturday evening law each department to be in charge was one of tho greatest literary of an experienced and thoroughly treats our people havo enjoyed in a competent teachor and to make it a long time A largo audience waB school that our citizens will bo proud present and wore charmed by tho of Prof Secrest has a very success- Â¬ way in which Mr Pago read Marso ful school where ho is located at Chan Undo Olaibs White Folks present which ho has built up by and all of Pulaskis Tunimont onorgy and perseverance and his which woro of his own composition only reason for wanted to leave His manner was perfectly easy and there is a dosiro for a larger fiold of natural and ho hold tho closest atten- Â¬ usefulness Ho is an onorgotic tion of tho audience to tho ond Ho experienced instructor and has promised to visit Frankfort workor a man in ovory way qualified to con- again in tho near future and a largo duct such a school as ho proposes to audience is certain to greot him establish in our midst and it is to be should ho givo another reading II hoped that he will bo encouraged to locate in this city Frankfort could For Rent A two story framo resi Â¬ support such an institution hand Â¬ dence on Todd street botwoon Main somely if properly conducted and Logan Apply to II R Williams 37 tf students would be drawn hero from the surrounding country and it could be made of great benefit to our city Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria Â¬ The most important session of the JERSEY COW HAWN COLOR JIVING Legislature for tho benefit of Frank- Â¬ about one Mlon of milk a day was taken up lin county and Frankfort will be b tho undcislKiieil about Jlnrch llrst The pay held this winter and it behooves tho owner will please call and JD cliares RICHARDSON May Mm people of Franklin county to look well to their choice for Representa Â¬ tive and select none but the best man for that position Deeds speak louder than wordsi rpAKEXUPAS A STRAY HY O 0 WADE JL nenr Henson Ky and in casting about for the man who roimlulf r twodepot Fiuikllii countyI have one ears old which ap can accomplish most for our interests praised at lift en dollars J D 3I00RK J P F C wo can make no mistake if we select A copj Attest X B fcMlTii C P C C a man whose thorough acquaintance with our interests derived from actu Â¬ al contact with the business and pro- 9 gressive interests of Franklin coun ty for years has fitted him to dis- Â¬ Mothers Friend is a scientific- Â¬ charge the important duties of a ally prepared Liniment every ingre- Â¬ dient of recognized value and in Legislator second to none constant use by the medical pro- Â¬ Such a man is Hon E II Taylor jr fession These ingredients are com who has announced his candidacy bined in a manner hitherto unknown the mention of whoso name brings to mind recollections of extensive improvements in the way of roads streets and buildings in the city and county besides many other enterWILL DO all mat is claimed for prises beneficial to the people too it AND MORE It Shortens Labor numerous to mention With such a Lessens Pain Diminishes Danger to man in the House of Representatives Life of Mother and Child Book Â¬ and Judge Wm Lindsay in tho Sento Mothers mailed FREE con- Â¬ ate the last vestige of hope will taining valuable information and depart from tho Capital Grabbers voluntary testimonials that have mado our lives so burden- Â¬ Sentby express on receipt of price f 150 per bottle some for a century past and Frank Â¬ BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO Atlanta Gs SOLD BY ALL rUGOI8Ta can rejoice in the possession of fort seat of government for all time the to come W J CHINK ewe5Q8xrag Jan S0 JR Will practice in all State Courts fice beconil floor Custom House ly at Am Of Â¬ Stray Notice Assignees Notice A LL PERSONS KNOWING THEMSELVES IN A debtudto the Ilrm of D II McCoy Co as Â¬ signed are requested to come forward and settle their indebtedness And the creditors of said ilrm are hereby notified to piesent their claims to theundtrslgiud proven as required by law on or before July 1st 1891 J W JAYLE Assignee of B II McCoy Co Â¬ CHILD BIRTH MADE EASY Mar 2S Biii KlMNK IlJOLD An Diivek VIce Piesldent President E B Bahstow Sec and Treas It T Bmm superintendent t The Standard Former PriMim M Co tho Standard Printing Ink Works Â¬ Â¬ MOTHERS FRIEND -- MVNLTACriREHS O-FPRINTINGAND LITHOGRAPHIC INKS VARUlSHESjFTC lune2S lv 103 Canal Cincinnati Ohio UM CROMWELL Y-AT- AT TO R N E WILL PRACTICE -L AW REAL ESTATE AGENT will attention to the purchase and sale of real estate collection of nto claims and the legotlation of loana 1tm OP franklin and the adjoining counties an also give apodal IN THE COURTS l H G PUBLIC SALE OF MATTEL THS- - Personal Property FARM HAYING SOLD MY Ky on THREE MILES Frankfort the Georgetown thp purpose of engaging in other turnpike for business 1 will sell to the highest and best bidder on the said farm on Plitirilr Ov Thursday May 28 Allot my personalities consisting of three or four good farm horses among the number one young mare two ho 1 milk cows one with a young calf one long yearling heifer one Deerlng binder bought last reason have only cut twele acres of grain with It one Deering mower bought last season one patent tobitco frame one hay rake one wheat drill nearly new one roller one two horse whsmii ued very little one good spring wagon double seat two buggies harrows plows slide gear etc lot of tools con slstlng of garden plow large sausage mill lard press hoes torkiect in fact all kinds of tools used on a farm o ne old bacon about 40bbls of corn In the eilb seven weight thousands pounds of tobacco In the bulk the tobacco will be sold for casln household and kitchen lurnlture and other articles too numeious to mention TERMa OK SALE Ten dollarand under cash over that amount a credit of sl months without interest Notes negotiable and payable at Deposit Bank ot Frankfort Ky MayJ St M LUTHER CRUTCHER -- 34 MAIN STREET FBANKFOBT KY Â¬ Â¬ The BEST FLOUR is the ONE DOLLAR WEEKLY BUYS A GOOD GOLD WATCH CREAM Â¬ BY OCR CLUB SYSTEM Our 14 karet patent stiffened gold cases are warranted for 20 years Wulthim and Elgin movement reliable and well known Stem wind and set hunting or open face ladys or gents 5 watch We sell one of size Equal to any these watches for 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 J4 ti Â¬ Â¬ tion Our agent at Durham N C wr f 3 Our Jewelers have confessed ti- - dont know how you can furnish such work for tlu money J and send to any address by registered mail or by express C O Dwlth privilege of examina Â¬ B2S CASH Write for particulars wanted at each place Dr EMPIRE WATCH CO Svjs 03B ENJOYS Both tho method ami results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to tho taste and acts gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys tem cflbctually dispels colds head aches and fevers and cures habitual Syrup of Figs is the constipation only remedy of its kiud ever pro duced pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to tho stomach prompt hi its action and truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and havo made it tho most nonuhir remedy known SvniT of Fics is for sale in 00c and SI bottles by all leading drug Any reliablo driurinst who cists may not havo it on hand will pro euro it promptly for any one who Do not accept any wishes to try it Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 43and60MaldenLaneXew YorkNY OF CINCINNATI WILL BB AT THE I L Kelley OHIO 1 IN FBANKFOBT KY - FRIDAY JUNE 5 1891 FRIDAY JUNE 26 1891 FRIDAY JULY 17 1891 BLEEDING Cured BLIND or ITCHIN6 little or no pain wUQrt any surgical operation and wits Chloroform 1 Ligature or Knife - 1 not necessary with thli mode ot treatment tf J FISTULA IN ANO Is cured FISSURES Cored without cutting or tearing ULCERATION Dr CATARRH OI the Dowel cured neilj has now been visiting this city roga iirlyior nearly fceentais ami the many cures bo has maoe unions the wealthy and lntluuitu citizens are sufficient evidence or his success It li now a well established fact that man d eases of tho stomach liver kidney bladder snmb and nervous system are either caused w woiravted by the coexistence of PILES FISTU LA VlSSUBEor RECTAL OLCKR RRFEBKNCES Dr K K Gobir Frankfort Ky 3 T X i Â¬ DR KBI7LSV6 office and residence la at 99 WMt Eighth street Cincinnati and where he may bo found every day of each week EXCEPT Jis DilriMmire 31 Franklin olorris Giaetensburg SUteu Frankfort Ky V Herberlch Frankfort Ky Ky lte L P Uulett flenson Ky A H McClure Frankfort Richard Ferguson Frankfort Kf w J nnghea Frankfort Ky WUItow Knukfort Hen on Kv Ky fl TSIDAIB AUD SATUBDAYS pamphlet describing these diseases and tat modoot treatment sont free to any one by afl dressing 5 substitute W CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SAN FRANCISCO CAL NEW WRK LOUISVULC AY NY M 259 Weat Eighth St Cincinnati O HT CONSULTATION FREE I KELLEY X iiiju av1 4 isvwuii iV ijKi Q9k1 W OTW rT vrv Farmers Supply - House Is headquarters for everything wanted on a farm if v yy iSScH v Smilli f ysa s V if K f B I 7xs MimsftiaBiwg J vityN - Hiinn as narness ana rarm B B v7 cjJESsrsr Txa Xj ajebesi1 unties odf1 ivmnmnAQ Wk Hk I 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 Buggy Dusters Fly Nets Hand Made Saddles and Harness Mowers and Binder Twine a specialty 850 200 40c 150 Peering Binders and Come and see us and we will save you money Opposite Court house fcv O EL CRUTCHER CINCINNATI Only -- CO h Co Miss Sue Kavanaugh J B Flowers Wanted Plmplis Hiadachis Liss of Hamilton Co Mr Sam Whitehead SSIup a Wiary Filling Pains In- Carnival given at Thos Burns Mr Craik Jackson The Merchants At a meeting of the G A R Post Body or Limbs Want of Appititi the Opera House last night for the Jones Bros Mr Ralph Jones The the following persons were appoint- Â¬ of the Methodist Church was Roundabout Miss Adele Gaines ed to solicit flowers for Memorial benefit Eruptions If you suffer from a pronounced success and drew a Evening Journal Mr Richard Van Day any of ihisi symptoms faki large audience who were highly en- Derveer Elevator Coal Co Mr Mrs W H Sneed Mrs Jas Saffell DOCTOR Sons Mrs Judge Holt Mrs Chas Furr tertained All those who participated Mack Todd J W Gaines Airs uenrv uayie miss Mary uavie in the entertainment sustained their Miss Rebecca Johnson Todd Bros Mrs V Daniel Berbench Mrs G parts well but we think Miss Adele Miss Sallie Theobald M Busam Miss and daughters Miss CarrieWWeitzel Gaines who so ably represented the Mary Gaines Dr V A Kaltenbrun Mrs L T Garrard Mrs James Todd Roundabout was the star of the Mr Frank Kavanaugh Guy Barrett Mrs Addie Garrett Mrs John Cox evening and we return her our sin- Â¬ Mr Attilla Norman Meriwether Mrs R L Grinstead Mrs Bransom cere thanks for so admirably putting Hotel Mr John Graham Hotel Ken Mrs Kate Cowan Misses Kate and Lide Mangan Mis Howe Watson yon Mr George Hunt Centennial Mrs W F Barret Mrs Mary Y B our business before the public Mrs The different business interests Dary Miss Gaines L F Johnson Scott Mrs D W Lindsey Mangan Amelia Saffell Mrs Orlando Brown Miss Teua Whitehead represented were as follows Adele and and Harry Case Agnesdaughters Misses Sower Mrs Mr Darnell H G Mattern Miss Lide Mangan DraneMrs James Hawkins Louis Selbert I Davis Miss Georgia Payne S D Holmes Halloran Miss RBranch E Mrs HFinnell Miss Carrie Pepper J Hyde Mrs R P H R Williams Miss Tillie Johnson Co Miss Ethel Collins Power Florist Miss Rebecca John Â¬ Mrs Annie B Walcutt Mrs J L Because Your Blood Is Impure SWHY uavo you ever nsea mereur If so W C Lutkemeier Miss Bonnie son E Power Stoves etc Miss Nellie Scott and daughters Mrs Lizzie Mc ed attention Miss Mary Todd Ellicott Mrs and asS Hockensmith Ed Harris Misses Staten Fincel Bros Mr Tom Gill Mrs Humphrey Mrs John Crutchor S long as tno mercury is in tno system yon Pollett Maggie Graham and Wo need not will feel the effects of it Kentucky Midland Railway Mr Mrs Laura Williamson Miss Marga Â¬ tell you that you require a blood medicine i Bro Miss Maggie 0 E Collins to ensure freedom from the after effects J Miss ret Campbell Messrs W LH Sneed Â¬ Banks Howard Orbison English IlloodH Fin0 0 Furr G W Daniel DoctorisAckersknown medlclno that Culter R K McClure Miss Mary Wright Elixir tbo only nell VBerberich R Furgerson J D S will thoroughly eradicate the poison from L F Johnson Mr Tom Todd Jenkins H Hyde Tom Todd 0 W the system Got from your Rogers Scott Violett Mr Edmund Miles Nerve aud Liver Saffell Phythian Saffell Will Saffell S orwritoto W Hit HOOKER druggist 8 CO Â¬ Rodman E W Hines Mr Ed Stan46 West Broadway New York Harry Rogers E L Banta 0 L Pills ton W C Herndon Master Will An important discovery They act Walcutt Owen Furr Dellano Wal For sale by J W Gayle L Grinstead cutt Reading P H Carpenter Miss nn t lm llvor ofrmnrVi nnfl hnnpld Jas Geo A Lewis R Wilson W B Henry Sower Wil through the nerves A now principle Holmes Gen D W Lindsey Jerome Pickett Johnson Chapman H They speedily cure bilnousness oaa Weitzel Louis Weitzel Willie Weitliams Miss Bettie Keenon W taste torpid liver piles and constipa- Â¬ Averill Miss Janie Dehoney Ell tion Splendid for men women and zel Doomed As it wanger Bros Miss Flora Foote W children Smallest mildest surest one all is impossible to name every persons both in the city and L Gault Miss Octavia Miller J M 50 doses for 25 cents Samples free at county are expected to come and 45 ly Ky J W Gayles Frankfort MANY bring flowers or send them to the TTNDER PREVAILING t CONDITIONS merely Banta Miss Grace Pilkerton Day by Ut enc Ulugsniodoo mI to Custom House Saturday May 30 uecause tne owners lull toat i measures to pre H G Haff Miss Mary McEwan take Mr Owen Declines Col Sam McKee of Louisville bene their health Banta Miss Jessie Calmes Bridge will deliver the address ford Bros Mr Hunt Brawner Hugh DR JOS HAAS As the grass falls before the sickle Gay Miss Cecilo McEwan Gray so does the county candidate fall be- Â¬ OH What a Cough Church Miss Carrie Peterson John fore the town clique Mr Julian hav Â¬ Saffell ing withdrawn from the race for T Buckley Mr Phythian Representative I fail in line and do Will you heed the warning the Payne Berry Mr James Banta J likewise hoping thut all ray friends signal perhaps of the sure approach Co Mr Tom Jenkins and supporters will accept my thanks of that more terrible disease Con- Â¬ Swigert Vlwl4i1Uklll4KAniJH Salyers Jeffers Mr Ralph Jones and believe mo ever the friend of the sumption Ask yourself if you can Yours afford for the sake of saving 50c to Mack Salyers Mr Haner Bohannan people Lee A Owen run the risk and do nothing for it Marshall Miss Mamie Meagher We know from experience that Remedy aid Poultry Keenon J B Utterback Mr Frank cure your Shilohs SllilollS Coiisuiuptiuu It never Cure willThis explainscough why E Glenn Mr John Green fails Bull John Cure 15 years Used more than a Million Jiottles wore Will Arrest successlully lor IreuMit Disease Dehoney Graham Miss Alma Sco Disease U Expel Worms Stop the Cough Increase the Miss liell Shaw Whitehead flold This is beyond question the most Ad Flesh and Hasten Matin lty 251b 1 25 and ROc peruke PRICKS Son Miss successful dough Medicine we have - w w tJ MP3 w IIUilVfcv vb S250 Gillum Miles Merrie w rl nnnr vvr UUf W iiitiniiln cans largest packages are thecheap back side or chest use Shilohs est 1200 The Harris 2sT I McDaniel Miss ever sold Clara of fin f - vvn cure the fWMW nn For Sale by Todd Miss Oroun and Bronchitis while its won Porous Plaster Sold by J W Mary Waide Jillson Gayle Mattio Jones J W Welch Miss derful success in the cure of ConMary Brown Duvall Hudson Hum- - sumption is without a parallel in the Since its first medicine on Rent Cottage con- Â¬ For nhries Cassoll Mr Walter Franli- - history of it has been sold on a tainingSale rooms situated on Cross PBANKFOBT discovery five Testimonials Mrs John R Prentiss Miss guarantee a test which no other street South Side Delightful loca- Â¬ Ask forHogology a pamphlet on snlno will lin If you have a tion and all necessary conveniences befcT to any address on receipt ol u two cent mailed Mary Jett H G Mattern Harry P medicine can stand stamp cough we Mattern Wall Lee Miss Ourrie Mc Â¬ Price 10c earnestly ask you to try it Apply to Mrs Mary Brown 32Day 50o and 1 If your lungs State Librarian tf Haas V S Ewan J M Wakefield Miss Vir Â¬ are sore chest or back lame use Indianapolis Incl ginia Stanton T J OongletonBro Shilohs Porous Plaster Sold by J Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria Mar 7 Gin W Gayle JVIisa Mary Jillson O R Orutclier Tlie Carnival Â¬ ACKERS English BLOOD Shortest and quickest between AND PMMFOK and eet line between Frattt founm lisle Paris Pal Car yille Cynthiana Covington VIA KY xvl zl d ELIXIR nl JiOKEfd MIDLAND TIME BY CENTRAL STANDARD 17 I -- TIME TADLE MAY A 31 A 1690 1 ji 31 pm No 7 Mixed 12N 12 25 12 43 1 07 TRAINS EAST Lv Fruuktort No5 1 Sun No Only Pass 0 80 0 41 0 49 7 03 7 24 5 45 G5S COG Pass No 3 4 on 4 12 Z tm stamp Grocl Ar Georgetown Lv Georgtn via Q fc Swltzer Elknorn 6 21 G45 7 25 4 20 4 35 GOO 147 30G U00 2 2 2 8 4 05 25 45 15 25 Ar Cincinnati Lv Georgetown Newtown C 10 15 725 Â¬ J Centrevllle Ar Paris Covlnutnn Ar Cincinnati Lv Paris via K C Ar Mnysvllle Lv Paris via KC Lv Â¬ to Death ParisvlaKC 7 05 7 15 8 10 7 35 7 53 10 44 10 50 7 40 1015 725 G50 750 5 7 5 5 4 5 21 32 05 lit 80 48 G37 6 45 5 6 7 5 6 48 25 55 48 15 Carlisle 8 13 10 10 7C5 Winchester 1127 12 10 Ar Richmond A 31 A p 11 35 7 20 31 1 3IP MA 31 TRAINS WEST Lv Richmond via K C No0 No 2 No 4 No 8 No 12 Sun Pass Pass IMIx Mix Only train train train train 6 10 7 15 7 48 5 20 6 50 7 40 1 1 Winchester Paris Lv Maysvllle K C 05 5H 283 8 20 4 10 2 20 2 2G 0 37 via Ar Paris Lv Cincinnati vial K Caillsle C 150 hi w - le V k cp Covington Ar Paris Lv Paris Ar Lv Centrevllle Newtown A- X ieoretown Clnclimtl via Q C U00 8 0 20 8 9 80 0 1143 10 7 00 110 80 50 02 02 G20 0 89 6 49 7 01 4 00 7 01 7 00 7 31 7 47 7 55 8 10 4 5 6 5 80 00 10 40 Ar Georgetown Lt leoritetown Â¬ Stamp Groil Swltzer 1 TY Elkhorn Ar Frankfort 3 7 00 02 11002 10 02 10 02 10 21 10 21 10 88 10 38 10 4G 10 46 111 00 11 00 G45 8 10 8 40 750 7 21 and Nos 4 2 7 8 dally I and 12 dally except Sunday Nos Nos 0 and 0 Sundays only HOWARD ORBISON Agent i Joe GEO D HARPER Gen Superintendent VERNON CLARK General Passenger Agent CLAUDE BOWLS City Ticket Agent GENERAL OFFICES FRANKFORT KY i 1 I i v fAAt ViiABW 1 I fH m i BE IN TUMIE TROUSER Â¬ 1 SPRING fQmm Haw SUITINGS COATINGS INGS AND HATS Hr I BE COME EARLY AND MAKE YOUR SELECTION 1 fly HUDS ON HUMPHRIES Answer This Question Why do so many people we see around us seem to prefer to suffer and be made miserable by Indigestion Constipation Dizziness Loss of Appetite uoming un oi iub ruuu Yellow Skin when for 75c we will sell cheni Hhilohs Vitlizei guaran teed to cure them Sold bV J W v Â¬ CASSELL 3 He life Hew HKJ Gayle IHiS P Bridgeport The copious showers have come in time to cause vegetation to spring forth Mr 0 W Taylor died at his home with a complication of diseases on Saturday morning the 16th at two oclock Elder Geo Darsio made appropriate remarks at tho funeral after which the deceased was interred in tho family grave yard He leaves a wife one son and daughter to mourn his loss Mr Thomas Tracy died at his home on Saturday the 16th with consumption Mr R D Armstrong is considerably crippled up on account of being thrown from his buggy last week Miss Lucy youngest daughter of Mr James Farmer and wife died at the family residence on Sunday morn ing the 17th with dropsy She was a model young lady in every respect and had been a great sufferer for 18 months but bore it all with Christian fortitude She was a consistent mem ber of Evergreen Baptist Church Rev B P Hungerford delivered appropriate remarks to a large audience of friends and relatives from the Text There Remaineth a Rest for the People of God Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SHILOHS CATARRH REMEDY marvelous cure for Catarrh Canker mouth and Diphtheria Headache With each bottle there is an ingenious nasal Injector for the more successful treatment of these complaints without extra charge Price 50c Sold by J W Gayle A Forks of Flkliorn v- Hi tor Regular services at Buck Run to- Â¬ morrow morning at 11 oclock and evening at 8 F W Eberhardt pas- Â¬ Mrs Sallie Hockensmith of Mis Â¬ souri is visiting friends and relatives in this section Misses Mary and Mai Lucas and Mr Will Lucas all of Woodford county have returned home from a William Bedford has returned home The State Tickets accompanied by Mrs Bedford L U will have an open The F The Democratic State Convention session next Tuesday night A hearty in Louisville last week nominated welcome to all the following ticket for State officers Songs of praise and thanksgiving For Governor John Young Brown gose up in spontaneous outbursts to of Henderson the Father of all good for his merciFor Lieutenant Governor M C ful kindness in sending copious show Â¬ ers of rain last Wednesday and Alford of Fayette Thursday For Attorney General W J Hen House cleaning whitewashing c drick of Fleming the order of the day For Auditor L 0 Norman of Some of the early varieties of veg- Grant etables home grown have made For Treasurer H S Hale of their appearance Graves For Register of the Land Office A Hundred Years to Come G B Swango of Wolfe Wouldnt you like to live until the For Superintendent of Public In- Â¬ year A D 2000 just to see the peo- - structionEd Porter Thompson of and the world generally Who nows but you might if you observe Owen the laws of health and keep the For Clerk of the Court of Appeals Stomach Liver and Bowels in full A Addams of Harrison action The best medicine known The Republican State Convention for this is Dr Pierces Pleasant Pel- Â¬ lets They are small sugar coated which met in Lexington on Wednes- Â¬ granules out powerful to cure pro- Â¬ day nominated the following ticket duce no nausea or griping easy to For Governor A T Wood of take and a sure cure for biliousness Montgomery constipation headache and disease produced by an inactive liver A For Lieutenant Governor Henry convenient vest pocket remedy E Huston of McCracken For Attorney General T J Craw Â¬ His Unlucky Day ford of Campbell For Auditor Charles Blanford of Buxey engineer upon L Georae Breckinridge N train No 17 which arrives here For Treasurer Eli Farmer of from Lexington at 935 a m thought yes- Â¬ Pulaski he had struck his unlucky day terday When near Yarnallton Sta- Â¬ For Register of Land Office W J tion he discovered a little child upon A Rardin of Greenup the trick a short distance ahead of For Superintendent of Public In- Â¬ his engine when the train was run- Â¬ struction L V Dodge of Madison For Clerk of the Court of Appeals ning at the rate of 30 miles an hour E R Blaine of Fayette reversed tho lever and applied the air brakes in time to bring the train Maple Shade Stock Farm nearly to a standstill when the little one was reached It was knocked to Mr E P Faulconer of Danville one side by the pilot and escaped remarks I used your trial box of Ointment and took off with only a cut upon its head made Quinns Have since used two bottlesa Curb by a stone against which it was It is very satisfactory Testimonials of this character is surely convincing thrown When the train arrived at the east evidence end of the tunnel in this city Dr Willis Green was walking through the tunnel towards town with his Â¬ Â¬ S J THOMPSON -- IS PREPARED TO FILL ALL ORDERS FOE RoseDuds Cut Flowers and Floral Deigns Funerals 261 83 am Teleplioxie Weddings Oojinectiori- West Jefferson Street - - - Louisville Ky Bicycl CATALOGUES XOW IlEUDTT CRUTCHER ROBERTS BLERS and CHAMPIONS CYCLE SUNDRIES FRANKFORT KY Agents for AMERICAN BAM j r mc je wr rjp m z CHANGE OF LOCATION We have opened a new storeat the old fiwln stand on the comer of Mnln and Lewis streets opposite the Farmers Bank and will move our entire business there about the first of July Wo will handle everything In the HARDWARE LINE also a full line of We will retain the building we now occupy on Broadway until July 1st and will sell the entire stock contained In same amounting to about liC00 ut GREATLY REDUCED PRICES We hae opened at our new store an entire NEW STOCK OF GOODS and nlll be glad to ac Â¬ commodate our customers at eitherjplace FOR SALE Church building and ground surrounding the same near Peaks Mill For terms Ac apply to JOS PFEIFFER FM DUVALL JAS GAINES May 9 lm EVERYTHING FOR THE- J THE TRUSTEES WEBethel Baptist Church OF THE NEW offer for sale the old N 1 I IF 11 V w back to the train and several railroad men standing at the Station seeing the situation and knowing Dr Green was not aware ol his danger on ac- Â¬ count of his hearing signaled Buxey to down brakes which signal he visit to relatives in this vicinity Miss Sallie Pryor of Owen county promptly responded to and when the is visiting the family of Mr Mace engine was in ten feet of Dr Green he realized his danger and threw Lucas himself over to the side of the track Mr Charlie Clubb and Mr Joe Hall of Henry county paid a visit to our and escaped being struck by the pi- Â¬ town the first of the week lot Rev Cunningham assisted pastor La Grippe Again uiuDD oi cne unnstian uurcn in the During the epidemic of La Grippe services last Saturday night and Sun- ast season Dr Kings New Discovery day for Oomsumption Coughs and Colds Both the Democratic and Republi- Â¬ proved to be tho best remedy Re- Â¬ can Conventions were well represent- Â¬ ports from the many who used it ed by delegates from this place They were confirm this statement Little Minnie Howe was severely not only quickly relieved but the We no hurt by a frightened horse running disease leftgivebad after resultsa trial this remedy ask you to over hor one day last week and we guarantee that you will be The sick have about all recovered satisfied with results or the purchase except Col R 0 Church We are price will be refunded it has no glad to announce however he is bet- equal in La Grippe or any Throat ter Chest or Lung Trouble Trial bottles Mr Jas Martin was called to Indi free at Piul Carpenters Drug ana a few days since to visit his son Store Large bottles 50c and 100 Ebin who is very sick Mr Jas G Featherston of Indiana IHcd is visiting friends and relatives in this section XVRMIHt NVar lliiimlaH ttN county on Mr Marion Feathorston has four Miiulny M iy 17 isl MM Iih farmer duugh aw 18 Jeiui young colts all fillies which is con tei oi Jliuts rainier i by horsemen strange in tho At tho iwliKiKo ol - iMer Mrs A H Itotts sidered llnnly of n irJo n till- county Mior nature of tilings viioliiovlllc In consoquonco of tho near an- of vacation tho school chil FOR SALE ren rojoicoth Tho oirous called tho usual number to town last week on Mnln street now D It RODMANS resilience Hill Mrs Allen of Shelby county who 6th occupied by ion For terms rosHssion glen Ac apply to autemuer next JOHN W HUDMAN has been visiting her daughter Mrs Muyia tf Â¬ L P CANTERS IIY NOT BUY DIRECT FROM THE GROW erwhenyoiuieed trees plants and pu will wie money and net stock true to vines name but ieU Urect t0 tne Millions of plants and vines are Planter bearing everywhere In Kentucky and Judge us by their milt A strawberry and general nursery cata Â¬ logue on application to vY V -- I iets MAGIC R m Feb 21 3ni Lexington Ky IIHMeQr fiwwm MILES ysouTt1 vmi i affiCHBi fifiUfA t IB3S1pl6 to New Orleans lC -- NvSijm THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST Â¬ Â¬ 1 overy caso of f eraalo weakness It is not a miraclo It wont euro every- Â¬ thing but it has done more to build up enfeebled and broken down wo Â¬ men than any other medicino known iiurfjfiLM It makes me tired People ask me is marriage a fail- Â¬ Of course taint sposo I ure dont know my biz what am I If the women only here for keep healthy they keep in good spirits and cupid is in demand Let every enfeebled woman know this theros a remedy thatll euro her tho proofs positive Heros tho proof if it doesnt do you good within reasonable time report tho fact to its makers and get your money bade without a word but you wont do it Tho remedy is Dr Pierces Favor Â¬ ite Prescription and it has proved itself tho right remedy in nearly Becrgetown Tho Magic Remover fills a lofig felt want with owneis of Iluros or Mules with Waits Knot 1iuNcs Cuts Strai- - Sprains l r - Itorb Wire Cut fti I iiiit- itlerenco how inn- - iiie hiu there or how it K u iot of tho bono wo will uko i ron tho NO CURE NO FAY plan In removing tho knot the hair comes oh and tho plaeo becomes very soro when you stop using it the hair conies back its original color and not a tiaco of tho knot is left Tor plan of insurance w etc call at tho urtlet synod druggists and bring your animal with you 1 1 1 -- ruins litle Sleepers runBaggage through Time 25 Hours Car Day Coache without change THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST Georgetown to Jacksonville Ala Througl keepers without change line between Cincinnati and LKMN urov ky Time 12l N C ClIArTAMKMA TKNN G Atlanta BlHMlMHIAM AIA Time 26 Hours The Short Hours t AMIhVlLIK 17 Jl For Sale by P H CARPENTER Leie Krinkfort via eorgetown 5Wa nijarrUeClnclunat 10 a in Quicker than any other line All f rnliw nrrkt it flimn De ml Cincinnati tor Rates Maps Ac addiess FRANK WWOOLLEY Traveling Pass Ast port lor De coimwt0 1 exiiH Mexico v Oileaiibund Shreve and California la Kentucky Midland Railway ut 15 Jtj 2S SOUTH SIDEsffiRUGGISTS ft la 4JMSLiiMij ffin HARVEY D Pres CINCINNATI 6 y 1 00 Vlce l CMulftfllUBHnP iil 4 BHBinBpfBnM i T fWWLM5T t - wih rzmjfc T T fP 3 V4 vsfVS tyi i CRUTCHER iw STARKS Mil if PRICE LIST Si i i 25 50 1 II I m 13 UUU0I fl I I8 URI 5c Boys and Mens 25c Childrens is Straw Hats nice Straw Hats styles 50c 65c 75c up to 3 00 oo Kip Plow Shoe Buckle Plow Shoe Genuine Grain Plow Shoe 50c Blue Camlet Pants SUIT 25c Knee Pants three styles 15c if tt t iv 60c Extra Size Blue Camlet Pants Mens Suspenders 65c Gray Double and Twist Cot- Â¬ ton Pants Mi 1 40c Sat Knee Pants four styles 25c Mens Suspenders fcivj Sft I Mens Dress Shoes 3 75 i A large assortment of Straw Hats rv rii - - I Vf -- Wt M m all styles qualities Gray Plaid Sat Suit six dif 50c 60c 75c a grand display of 35c 50c 75c 1 00 The largest ferent colors Knee Pants stock of Suspenders in the i25 Lace and Congress Dress 200 different styles country Shoes 4 50 Black Cotton Worsted Suit 75c Knee Pants Suits four styles to 175 Mens Lace and i50 Fine Fur Hats Congress Dress Shoes 30c Good Strong Working Shirts 5 00 Rays Sat Suits 1 50 Knee Pants Suits four styles Crushers 2 00 to 3 00 Mens Calf extra tf erS - good goods 00 Genuine Dongola JLace or 6 00 Blue and Green Plaid Suits 1 75 2 00 2 50 forty different 50c Fine Domet Working Shirts Dunlap Soft fV J styles 7 50 congress Dark blue Cheviot Suits 3 Lf 14 00 Mens Hand made Calf Shoe I 00 two 3 4 00 Mens Australian Kangaroo 50 4 00 S 00 Blue Flannel Suits 4 50 s 00 thirty-different styles Plaid Â¬ Dunlap Stiff 60c The Best UnlaundriedJ Shirt in the Market Nothing to Stetsons Soft equal it for less than 1 00 An immense stock ioc The greatest variety of Mens 50c 65 75 c Linen Handkerchiefs you ever saw 1 J- fe Cassimere Blue and Black Chev8 50 All Wool Cheviot Suits three iot 2 75 00 up to s 00 Ladies Low Shoes fj 1 1 different colors 3 00 Boys Long Pant Suits pieces four different 20c 25c Mens 00 Patent Tip Dongola turn 25 10 00 English Gray and Fancy three styles Our space not sufficient to give you prices Patent Trimmed Dongola Striped Suits Undershirts and Drawers turn jki 25 1 25 1 25 Common Sense Dongola Misses Strap and Buckle Misses Patent Tip Oxford 12 00 to 4 50 Boys 50 Plaid Check Blues five dif- 4 ferent lines to select from Long Pants ten different 5C three styles pieces 15c The largest stock of Socks in the country 8c ioc Trunks Bags Zink Trunks 3 15 00 A grand display of Cassi meres Cork screw Diagonals ten different colors 6 50 Victory Cassimere Suits 37c 50c Undershirts and Draw 00 to 12 00 ers white and drab mixed Ladies and Misses 18 7 50 Silk Mixed Suits Leather Trunks 9 00 to 30 00 25c Shirt Waist Domets Splendid value 00 French and English Cassi meres both Sack and Frock 8 00 Cheviot Suits terns several pat- Â¬ Bags 40c to 2000 and styles All kinds 1 00 Ladies Dongola Button 25 35c 50c Domet and Percal Shirt Waist Cheaper than you can 1 1 Ladies Dongola Button 20 00 Clay Diagonals English and 9 00 10 00 11 00 12 00 a grand buy the goods 50 Ladies Extra Fine Dongola French Worsteds display of Flannels eleven Cheviot different 1 Button 2 00 Ladies Dongola turn Com- - 25 00 Fine Clays Custom made y Diagonals styles 8c ioc 15c Mens Linen lars any style Col- Â¬ J K ire as mon Sense and Opera 2 50 Ladies Hand turned Dongola Cutaways and Double breasted Frocks 15 00 Boys Clay Worsted Suits beautifully made I2c I2c 15c Mens Celluloid Collars Common Sense and Opera Toe 1 One doz White Ties ioc 25c 50c 75c Sunday Canes 00 for Boys and Misses Genuine 30 00 The Finest Clay Custom made Double breasted Frock 18 00 and 2000 the Finest m-made Custo1 Mf GrainShoes for school heel and spring heel Size 12 to 2 Any tailor will charge you 50 00 for this suit suits for all our boys 14 three piece suits age to 18 00 1 25 1 50200 Mens White 75c 1 00 up to 12 00 and Fancy Colored Vests twelve different styles Cambric and Silk Umbrellas ilfc CRUTCHER Main street FRANKFORT fllL Fourth STARKS Jefferson LOUISVILLE hdt