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The GEO A Peamfort Roundabout A LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND fcOOIETr NEWS KY MAY 30 1891 TERMS 100 In Advance Volume XIV No Mistake la mndo when you rely upon Dr Halos House hold Ointment for the perfect euro of Oatarrh Cold in the Head and all Bronchial affections This is the only medicine known that will absolutely cure that terrible disease Oatarrh which it does by FRANKFORT allaying all inflammation of the mucous membrane lining the nasal and air passages in the most soothing and pleasing manner You feel re- Â¬ lief from the first application and a continued and through use of the medicine will effect a radical cure in the most stubborn cases of long Dr Hales House hold standing Ointment is sold at 25 and 50c per box at South Sidedrucr store 3 P H Oarpenter- - ford captured one n Buffalo Porch tnat weigned 20 pounds justly entitle ing him to the honor of tne term It Rfcl Powder Highest of all in Leavening Powers U S Govt Report Aug vj 1889 Number 38 Baking Failures la ZPetys -- TO BT7 ST ZFOlvS- 1 jvsm I ABSOLUTELY PURE R K McCLURE K proprietor of iur j B The recent rains have enabled farÂ¬ the Elkhorn Stedman Mill is now Woolen mers to 6et out a portion of their to fully prepared to receive and manu Â¬ hacco facture wool in the very best order We have a very fine prospect for a The buildings and machinery being all new and every thing in perfect ilne fruit yield this season running order he guarantees satisThe latest fad in this section is to faction make a fool of ones self in order to We earnestly request the teachers he eccentric of the county to constantly keep in Dr W B Thompson has been quite mind the fact that on July 4th a sick for several days not being able grand Educational Mass Meeting will to visit his patients be held in Mr Ohap Thomas grove I Anderson and It is to bo supposed that the new near the K M are expected to par Â¬ has worn off of Trumbos Free Shelby counties Trader as Bob has again made his ticipate and every effort should be LOUISVILLE TOBACCO appearance at his place of business used for perfect success MARKET Mr Geo M Brock presented us We regret that our townsman Hon DURRETT Lee A Owen could not be Repre with a bucket of the nicest and FURNISHED BY GLOVER have sentative Lee may not be as elo- Â¬ largest strawberries wegrown seen this LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE on his quent and as able as some others but season They were from which he was truly the friend of the peo- Â¬ farm Orescent View Sales on our market for the week he fills all orders on short notice ple In Frankfort all of which will be sold at prices to suit the We are now convinced that Mr just closed amount to 2122 hhds- with Fashion demands that young men Brock is justly entitled to the M D receipts of 942 for tho same period times We have ehall be as effeminate as possible In- Â¬ attached to his name by the Round Â¬ Sales on our market since January Sales of 1st amount to 64687 hhds deed the American people are fast about in last weeks issue because becoming a nation of dudes and forsooth those who partake freely of the crop of 1890 on our market to date Those who live and said berries may be rid of many of 41846 hhds dudeletts We are able to report another act like our forefathers are regarded the ailments flesh is heir to week of very active prices with a vulgar and ignorant It is said that as The members of the F L U and higher range of values for all grades one of Kentuckys most eminent di Tines who ranks among the first other citizens of this place were of colory burley and we find it nec- Â¬ scholars of this or any other coun- highly entertained and instructed by essary to advance quotations on this an address delivered by Prof W P class of tobacco The greater part of try was once offered tne presidency Marsh night of Vfissar College and he went to session last Tuesdaywealth in an open the State has been favored with show Â¬ For men boys and children DERBY STRAW AND FELT producing ers in tne past iew aays anu tne setFor the see the authorities in regard to the class to fully realize the position ting of the crop has commenced to matter While dining he put his necessary knife in his mouth instead of his they occupy and the reliefan earnest some extent for their future welfare The following quotations fairly fork and lost the place after giving effort must tne vassar people to understand cnat informed of be made byto the well represent our market for burley they had no right to dictate to him the masses to the country thateducateÂ¬ tobacco preju- Trash dark or damaged the extent liow he should eat But it will be a be 2 00 3 50 long time before the dude who eats dice may put crushed out and honestÂ¬ tobacco forth 10 00 4 00 soup with a knitting needle will reach effort be sufferingfor the ameliora- Colory trash condition 6 00 the lofty scholarship or high standard tion of the the present timeof the Common lugs not colory 4 00j 12 00 no county at 7 00 of true manhood that belongs to Jno longer allowing partizanship to pre- Colory lugs 8 00 12 00 Common leaf Remember the old stand Rroadus We heard a lady give a dominate 18 00 12 00 Medium to good leaf thirteen-year-ol- d son scissors because 18 00 23 00 Good to fine fillers he poured his coffee into the saucer Select or wrappery Â¬ to cool it and yet on that same morn Liver 27 50 22 00 leaf ate his ing that thirteen-year-ol- d breakfast and went to school with an How is your liver working Are unwashed face Wealth makes fash- Â¬ you bilious Are you troubled with For Rent The two story brick ion fashion extravagance extrava- Â¬ constipation Do you feel tired and gance weakness and weakness brings languid Do you wish to feel well residence as on Washington street the First Presbyterian the downfall of empires The grand and happy Dr Hales Household Tea known Possession given old heroes who won Americas inde will work the marvelous change it Parsonage to H H Watson or April J W And go there when you want to buy Mari removes all biliousness creates a heal 1st Apply pendence the Washingtas 27 tf ons Lees Putnams c hd not time appetite and prolongs life 25 and Pruett to learn the art of practicing the 50c packages sold at South Side dude The Jacksons Lincolns Web uiuk aiuif ters Olays Garflelds and others who 3 V H Carpenter have maintained the priceless gifts of our fathers these could sit upon WE CANAND DO a saw log or the gunwale of a canal eat with their fingers but Guarantee Dr Ackers Blood Elixir boat and they were ignorant and vulgar I for it has been fully demonstrated to mEazzH write this Mr Editor because I want the people of this country that it is to warn my young countrymen to superior to all other preparations for avoid the too dainty ideas of a dude blood diseases It is a positive cure for Boys you must be men or you must sjphilitic poisoning Ulcers Erup be dudes Men never try to be wo tions and Pimples It purifies the whole system and thoroughly builds jnen Dudes never try to be men up the constitution Bulldofus 0 J W Gayle Druggist Â¬ Â¬ Jett boss 2Life People fail in many ways In busi Â¬ WHO FOR THE ness in morality in religion in hapÂ¬ piness and in health A weak heart IB often an unsuspected cause in fail Â¬ ure in life If the blood does not cir oulnte properly in the lungs there is shortness of breath asthma etc in the brain dizziness headache etc in the stomach wind pain indiges- Â¬ tion faint spoils etc in the liver torpidity concestion etc Pain in Is now receiving and opening the LARGEST AND MOST COM- the left side shoulder and stomach is PLETE LINE of ladies mens misses and childrens caused by heart strain For all these maladies Dr Miles New Cure for the heart and lungs is the beat remedy Sold guaranteed and reoommended by J W Gayle Frankfort Ky Trea 3 tise free 1 SHO E S - x Â¬ aTS HATS I Books and Stationery Â¬ 212 ST CLAIR ST Â¬ Â¬ OsMririsLg oss nucgtstinjoeBros is GO z ifoiebSSTJorziroyss 3Pl3ootcos i Forks of Elkliorn Jane Harper is visiting friends un Woodford county Overcoats and fire havo been in demand several days this woek Mr Lafayotto Martin is lying very 111 at his homo in Stedmantown No flaging in the improvomont business in our community Mr Jas Martin has returned homo from a visit to his son Eben at Greencastlo Indiana The Masonic coromonies in Frank fort last Wednesday wero attended by a goodly representation from hero Capt W T B South has removed from Frankfort to our vicinity Wo gladly welcome the family to our midst again A match game of base ball will bo playod at this place next Friday Juno 5th between the Midways and the homo team Rare sport is antici Â¬ pated Tho closing exercises of our school will occur on noxt Thursday everting Juno 4th commencingwjromptly at All are cordially invited 8 oclock to be present Several gentlemen of our vicinity have been on a fishing excursion to ztbQ river this week Mr Sidney BedIMiss - Selling Out Wo will now givo tho benefit of low prices and invite all to see us as wo will close out our stock at tho old stand by July 1st 2 o E i Glass Carpenters Tools Blacksmiths and Wagon Material Iron Harness and Saddles Farming Implements Binder twine All must go Wall paper 5 cts 6A cts 7 cts Gilts 7 cts 9 cts 121 cts 15 cts 18 cts Agents for Woods Reapers and Mowers Birdsdells Glover Hullors and tho Peerless Engines Corner Broadway and Lewis street O E Collins Bro New store cornor of Main and Lewis streets 1 Builders Hardware Paints Oils Hh life BISSwv I EL For Sale A brood mare with suckling mule colt price U0 In- Â¬ 37 tf quire on Arnolds Hill A CHILD KILUED Another omid Killed by tho use of opiates given in tho form of Soothing Syrup Why mothers give their ohildron such deadly poison is surpris Â¬ ing when they can relieve tho ohild of its peculiar troubles by using Dr Ackers Baby Soother It contains no opium or morphine Sold by 9 J W Gayle Druggist All styles of hand made Harness Saddles Buggy Dusters Fly Nets Horse Boots and other Turf Goods iv r- i -r V raj jo v i Personal from Louisville Miss r W I Kelley We would BLcliftious be greatly obliged to the ministers ami officers ot churches in the city if they would furnish us with any announcements which they may wish niade1 Rev H G I t V tf Ruth Stanton has returned Of Cincinnati will make his regular monthly visit to this city on Friday MisB Ruth Stnnton has returned next June 5th He will be found at from a visit to Louisville the Capital Hotel as usual o Miss Lindsay of Mt Sterling is visiting the Misses Stnnton Low Rates Mr Ross 0 Adams of Lexington The Kentucky Midland wil1 sell was in the city Wednesday Miss Willie Robb of Duckers Sta- Â¬ round trip tickets from this city to Cincinnati and return to morrow tion visited Miss Joe Duvall the remarkably low fare Mrs Dan Roche and children of for of 150 Good for that one day only PariB are visiting in the city Hon ffas E Cantrill of George on regular trains town was in the city Tuesday Becoming Epidemic Mrs Sam Gaines of Maysville is Bpending the week in this city From the announcements in this Miss Mary Mularchoy has gone to issue and sundry others which Dame visit friends at Hartford Conn Rumor is bruiting about it is ap MisB Clara Sherley of Louisville parent that we are in the midBt of is the guest or Miss Kate ureen an epidemic of weddings Success Hon Charles J Bronston of Lex to all the happy couples ington was in town Wednesday m Hon J C S Blackburn of Ver Esiclire Party sailles was in the city this week Miss Rebecca Averill left yesterday Miss Sallio Holt gave a euchre morning w vibiii menus in uouia party Monday eveng at her fathers ville residence in South Frankfort in hon- Â¬ Mrs J F Lewis and son Master or of her guest Miss Teasdale of Herndon are visiting relatives in this Cincinnati which was greatly en city joyed by those present The Misses Cox of Frankfort are visiting Mrs Geo Fetry Shelby News Henderson will preach to- Â¬ attho Choatesvillo school house morrow afternoon at 3 oclock Rev W G Neville will preach in the Presbyterian Church at Bridgeport to morrow afternoon at 3 oclock I TC for Â¬ Infants and Children Castorla Sour Stomach Diarrhoea Eructation Kills Worms gives Bleep and promotes di Â¬ rection Without injurious medication H For several years I have recommended your Castoria and shall always continue to do so as it has invariably produced beneficial results Edwin F Pard b M D Hie Winttrop 185th Street and 7th Ave New York City 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 11 oclock and S p in morning at Rev W G Neville the pastor will occupy his pulpit at the Southern to morrow Church Presbyterian morning at 11 oclock and at 800 p in as usual Rev George Darsie preaches at the Christian Church to morrow at 11 and 800 as usual The Yountr Peoples Society of CMtorla ie bo wcQ adapted to ehndren that I recommend it aa superior to any prescription known to mo II A ABcmat If D Ill So Oxford St Brooklyn N T The use of Castoria is so universal and its merits so well known that it seoms a work of supererogation to endorse it Few arethe intelligent families who do not keep Castoria within easy reach Carlos Matyh New York City Late Pastor Bloomlngdalo Reformed Church enrefi Colic Contrption dd Tnx Ckktaub Cootahy 77 Murray Strmt New York DOCTOR TAYLORS Printers to Wed Louisville Will Marry in Union Rev Harry Henderson of Frank Â¬ Con nly was in town last Friday George- Â¬ fort town Times Mr Orlando B Gayle of this city Miss Ruby Ringo of Ashland is visiting the Misses Lindsey on Wap and Mis3 Bettie Graves of Union ping street county will be married on Wednes- Â¬ Mr and Mrs Geo D Bnldrich and day next the 3d inst at the home of children of Lebanon are visiting the bride Lan has stolen a march Mr L Tobin on his friends here but they will be Miss Cecilo Henderson of Cincin Â¬ glad to hear of hi3 good fortune and nati is visiting Miss Annie Crutcher wish him all the joy imaginable in Bellepoint Mrs D B Walcutt and son reCeautzful Cross turned Tuesday from a short stay in Bowling Green Louisville Commandery No 1 sere Misses Maud and Stella Mays of naded Mrs W M SafTell and her Pleasureville are visiting Mrs Lula daughter Miss Mary Todd at their Wallace this city residence corner of Shelby and Messrs J L and W II Waggener Main streets Thursday afternoon left Tuesday for Atlantic City to and were handsomely entertained spend the summer by the ladies After the enterMiss Corrinne Blackburn of Ver- Â¬ sailles has been visiting friends in tainment Miss Todd was voted a daughter of the Commandery and the city this week Mr Geo W Lewis of Louisville is she and her mother were presented visiting his brother Mr Will A with a beautiful floral design made in Lewis in this city the shape of a Maltese Cross Rev W H Hampton wife and Through the Weary Hours daughter of Ashland are visiting Of many a Right mado doubly long by its pro relatives in this city traded agony the rheumatic euiferor tosses to and couch vainly Miss Annie Crutcher returned praying fro on his sleepless only conies by j rc6t which home Tuesday from u visit to Miss tits and for that His malady is ono which starts ordinary medicines too often fail to relievo Ccaile Henderson of Cincinnati but there is ample evidence to prove thattho Mr Frank Graham who has been efficient blood aepurent Ilostettors Stomach reliable moans visiting his father in this city Jeit Bitters affords the rheumatic in its incipient of relief Check tbo malady Monday for his home in Pineville stages when tbo first premonitory twinges come on with this agrceablo Mrs Chas R Gresham has re- - avoid years of torture Whatevermedicine and bo the ration from a visit of several months ale of the active influence of the Bitters upon turned is that no evidence to relatives in Gogginsville Georgia this maladyitscertain 1bit moro direct and poseffect relating to itive than that winch relates to its action In fff Mr Howard Ailing of Madison cases of rheumatism Like all sterling reme Â¬ Indiana spent several days in tins dies howevor it deserves a protracted syste should not matic vicitythe guest of Messrs Todd Bros becausotrial andonce remedial beItabandoned not at is equally chil- - efQaciouB in dyspepsia indigestion and Mrs W W Culbertson and kindred diseasce fciHnrr Tfl Afar tP Aallnnfl nrrt land Mrs Geo A Robertson in Belle- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Dr and Mrs L M Scott of Pulaski county were in the city this week Mr Richard Morris has returned from a business trip to the western cities Miss Kate Green has returned from a visit to Miss Ellen Harris in Next month a disciple of Faust will come to this city from Washington City to claim a bride from among the fair daughters of Kentuckys capital and Mr R Lee Hulett of the Rounda- Â¬ bout force will rob the Falls City of one of her fair daughters 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 Gorey PREPARED FOR CHILIS ft FEVER BILIOUSNESS PRiCEl HEADACHE AND ALL MALARIAL DISORDERS cents I rrD CMC nv Hbb wngvi9ii VII nii Dl ah nDnive URE UURE BY RICHARDSON jU TAYLOR MED CO STL0JI5 MO i ft-V-7 the pastor First mass at mass p m 8 a m Second 3 1030 a m Vespers at A M Rev H G Henderson will Mr J I Case Hickory Grovo Fcrri homo e lcaciuu Wit- tnyi Aiuvtr mv every known remedy I removal ji liiiolunufi of two years stundlug lrom a 3 year old Juiy 7ith threo applicatione of cfJny-Eye-Sc- to morrow morning at 11 oclock and at SU0 p m The Sundav school meets at 930 a m preach at the Methodise Church f S a It Is tho best preparation I have over used or heard of 1 heartily recommend it to all IIoicmon The Epworth League convenes in the class room at G Ao p m E9 WliiV r J W Gayle the druggist desires us to publish the following testi- Â¬ monial as he handler the remedy and believes it to be reliable I bought a 50 cent bottle of Cham Â¬ berlains Pain Balm and applied it to mv limbs which have been afflicted with rheumatism at intervals for one year At the time I bought the Pain I can Balm I was una bio to walk truthfully say that Pain Balm has R H Farr completely cured me Holywood Kansas Mr A B Cox the leading druggist at Holywood vouches for the truth of the above statement hundreds of such testimonials PrIceSl50 per bottle AskyourdruBdtstforlt If ho docs not keu It scud ua 23c stamps or silver for trial box CO Whitehall N Y W B EDDY MBaataisEancBii iiiiiiiiitociiiiaiiigaiiioaioiii A We have ii PAR M QIHTQ ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OI It being the season of year when housekeep Â¬ m ii V i li U ers are cleaning house A liecoration 33ay Â¬ Â¬ The following will bo the rder of the programme for the G A R decoration this afternoon at 1 oclock All ox soldiers and citizons aro in- Â¬ vited to join the procession which will form at the Custom House at 3 p m 1 papering and painting refitting their homes those needing Parlor Suits would do well to call and examine our stock as we have on hand all the latest and most fashionable styles R 2 G A R 3 fi Music point BSeautiful IBrSll Johnson Guards members on foot tat Mrs Shefier Richardson of viuts AeiiueBHtits i Nash- i- ter Mrs Jos h iJonannan on snore street Mr Chas Hayden and wife of Louisville spent Sunday in this city the guests of Prof E A Follmer ana wile Mrs Dr Wm Cheatham of Louisville has been in the city this week the guest of her sister Mrs James Â¬ viBibiug iicr - Rodman tion at his store Mary J Lewis will leave Monday for a visit to Mrs Mattie A Kelly at Hopkiusville Mr Ben Marshall purchased a safety from Mr Alex Broncho Persons and now has it on exhibiÂ¬ Mrs Agnes H McClure and Mrs t A negro by the name of Tom Mor- Â¬ ton was shot on Thursday night about 12 oclock by Special Policeman New White and will probably die Officer White had been sent by Chief of Police Jeffers to that part of the city known as Free town to look for a negro by the name of Bud Carroll who was wanted for some ofy Miss Irma S Fosdick of Fort fense and it seems Morton was also Worth Texas and Miss Adah Poin- Greenwood Mississippi looking for Carroll to settle an old exter of Seeing Officer White near are the guests of Mrs Geo A Lewis score Carrolls haunts Morton mistook Y Miss Irma S Fosdick of Fort Worth Texas Miss Adah Poindextor him for that worthy and opened Are and on him with a shot gun which forof Greenwood Mississippi Misses Fannie T and Bessie Lewis tunately missed White who immedi- Â¬ of Woodlake are the guests of Mrs ately returned the fire with his pisGeo A Lewis tol striking the negro in the abdo men and inflicting what is thought to i for Pitchers Castorla bo a fatal wobnd Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I 1 b Mrs Geo A Lewis Miss Ohannie Brooks of Kittery is Maine a sister of the groom-to-b- e in the city to attend the Brooks-Sander- s wedding next week Rev George Darsie goes to May field Ky Tuesday evening to deliver the Annual Address before the graduates of West Kentucky College Misses Fannie T and Bessie Lewis of Woodlake spent Wednesday and Thursday in this city the guests of Wednesday afternoon the cadets from the Kentucky Military Institute who came in to take part in the unveiling of ceremonies the monument erected to Gov Black- Â¬ burn gave a beautiful display drill on Main street in front of the Capi- Â¬ tal Hotel All their movements were executed with the greatest precision and many now and beautiful evolu- Â¬ tions were introduced They were commanded by Col Hall and Capt John Stewart and showed by their proficiency the excellent training they had received By mistake of some of the papers the cadets were accredited to the State College at Lexington - tion of graves 6 Firing of salute 7 8 following programmo will bo observed viz 1 Reading of general order 2 Prayer by Chaplain 3 Music by the choir 4 Address by Col Sam McKee 5 G A R exercises and decora- Â¬ Â¬ On Citizens on foot Citizens in carriages arriving at the cemetery the ROGERS SON liny ly 2 KNOW wis LI MEN BY TllEB TRKSFNTS tlii imdcihlpned director and our associates do hcieli UKru to and ndopt the for luwlig mtlckh of liicciioiiiilon bee 1 The ctjle of tills company sull bo the F A L U Piks IMillThe principalMill Coinpinv s shall bo place ol biiMnaf hf j IenKs Mill Fntniillu county Ky and the busl to be comUictid by tie company is the iiiS niiinufuctuio ot Hour and meal lor lustoiu and iiuichandbe Sec a The coiipany sliah have uover to have Pi rpttml siiccoslon to mio anil be bud by thn coiporato ii nne to hae a connnon stal aud alter tho same at pleauiv to lviuler the slntres or lnteitsis of tockludoii tninsfeiable and to proscribe tho mode of making such transfers to make contract acquire and transler pioperty pubscssmg the tamo power In sm li rcsjiects as private individuals now enjuy to establish by IuhsuiM make all rules ami regulations deemed expedient for th management of their nllal rs iiot ln consistent with tne itWh of this tutu or of the United fttat s ana to have all tho powers Wanted to uuh corporations by Chap 5G of the ueiK ral aiutiKtj- of Kentucky and amendments theato it Miall have power to make and enter Into uny and all contracts ngieemeiits undertak Â¬ ings purchases and stiles pertaining to said busl-ne-to tUn indorse execute and deliver notes diaits bills bonds and other writ Hies to borrow money and make advances of the same with power to nioitgage its property for such purpoios and to do nil aud singly the things above mentioned aud those which now ure or may heretltor become necessary for tho proper transaction of the business of sulci company In bo far nstho same is right and authorized by is Benediction The procession will then reform and march back to the Custom House and disband 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 37 Price 50c Sold by J W Gayle A Music by choir NOTICE TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN AND OP SPECIAL TO INTEREST Shot in Freestowu Decoration Day The graves of the Confederate Soldiers will be decorated this afterFlowers should noon at 4 oclock be sent to the Confederate lot in the Cemetery or to the residence of Mrs RM Aldridgo It is hoped the friends will bear this in mind and send a liberal supply of floral offerings DOCTOR These Celebrated ENGLISH Pllla are a Fositlre Core for Slcli I Â¬ fa oi Lift iock Office of the Cincinnati Union Stock Yard Co Cincinnati May 14 1801 llockeiismlih shall sene until the llrst Sat Â¬ urday of May 18UJ The President Vice Presi Â¬ dent Secretary and Treasurer shall be members of the Board of Directors Sec 7 The Hoard of Directors shall elect a business manager and book keeper who shall inuke a report at the end of every month showÂ¬ ing the exact condition Seed Tho highest amount ot Indebtedness to which the company may at any time subject itself shall not exceed three thousand dollars 13000 ami the company may commence busi Â¬ ness when one half of the capital stock shall have been subscribed lor and shall continued for twenty live enrs unless sooner dissolved Sej9 The charges lor toll shall not exceed the rates prescribed by law for steam mills Witness our hands this 2d day of May 1891 C i C law bee 4 The capital stock of the company shall be six thousand dollars fiXX divided Into 12W twelve hundred shares of 500 five dollars tachtobepald for us ordered by tne Board of Directors herelnalter provided for No person shall be allowed to hold or own any of the stock of Mild company unless he bu n member In good standing of tho Fanners and Laborers Union Sec 0 The private property shall be exempt from execution or attachment for the debts of the company t ec U The ofllcers of the company shall con Â¬ sist of a Board of beuit Directors who shall be chosen annually on the llrst Saturday of May and the present Board of Directors consisting oJ L Unnncii K M ltainbo J M Parker D Thompson V M llaydon L D lolmlexter nnd C adopted viz Thut on and after Monday May 181891 thorowlll be no chaise mado for yardage and weighing on any live stock hold at tliesH yards By order of the Board At a meeting of tho Board of Directors held tbls dny thefollowliiKresolutlonuusummliiioiisly 110CKENSM1TH L D IOINDKXTKR DC TliOMPallN VM it J HAYDON M IAUKKIl M RAM ISO L I1ANNEN SrATK op W J HCKERS PURE PINK PILLS i and Headache UlllouineM OoniUpaUon Small pleat ant and a favorite with the ladlea Sold In England for la 1K1 In America for 8Bc Oetjj them from your Druggtita or tend to Wi 11 HOOoa A COj 40 ttMt Urvtiwtj Hw York 2 v i - 1W A - odLttig h7i- nnm riiv j --- - nv invin i I N Smith Cleik of the County Court for tho County and fctuto atore nld do jortlfy that the foregolmr articles of Incorporation wore on the 4th day of May ltiJl produced to ma in said county und acknowledge before mo by C U llockensmlth W M llaydon i C Thompson L Bunnell K M ltainbo J M Parker and L D Polndextertobethelract and cited where Â¬ upon tho hunio together with this certificate recorded In RODMANS Main street now DIt occupied by resldenco on Possession given have beeu dulymy nauu imsmy oillco of May HJ91 ien Hill otu nay uiven unuer i 5th Sentember next For terms Ac iiiiiiiv lu i t U BAUJH un nufct - rVrf tf I JOHN W RODMAN J1UJ V tfV i IltlJ if LIPPINC0TT Kentucky Directors 1 CODNTV OF FlIANKMK f BLl President FOR SALE ii aiiJH Ju I 1 M rtWkfVJJnira 4jSwWfcJws rt - BBhM rrapwiiw FKAMMtT ROUNDABOUT SO WjWjl FRANKFORT MAY 1801 Our Next Legislature Owlnc to the location of Frankfort and Franldin county at tho Seat of Government it is no easy matter to induce a worthy man to make such sacrifices from his private business as are- expected and required of him in order to represent truly the interests of tho people in the Legislature Franklin county has but one interest in politics at present and that is to retain the Capital at Frankfort and to secure such public buildings as will be an ornament tothe State as well as servo tho necessities of our public officials and facilitate tho transaction of business of the State With two candidates presented for elevation to the responsible position of Representative the people should select him who can accomplish most for our interests Granting that one possesses as affable and excellent qualities as tho other he should be chosen whose location affords him tho best advantages of extending such courtesies to the members who are our guests during each session of the Legislature Such a man is Hon E H Taylor jr and his past record as the chief officer of Frankfort is a sufficient guaranty that the interests of the people of Franklin county un- Â¬ der his care will be amply protected - Â¬ who understand its workings have An Important Mncttcr gone to their people and recommend- Â¬ Druggists everywhere report that ed it to them as a protection to their the Bales of the Restorative Norvino rights a nerve food and medicine aro asÂ¬ exoeeding It may bo urged that it cost 200000 tonishing whilo givesanything thoy ever had it to have it framed when it should isfaction in headache universal sat nervousness have cost not more than half that sum slooploflsness sexual debility baok If this argument avails anything it is aehe poor memory flte dizziness Co Troy N Yj in favor of its adoption Wo have etc L Burton Ambory Murphy of Bottlo Crook spent too much money on it to throw Mich O B Woodworth Co of it away and if there are provisions Fort Wayne Ind ami hundreds or in it that are objectionable thoy can others state that they never handled work no harm until a Legislature by any modioino which sold bo rapidlyÂ¬ or gave such satisfaction Trial bot a three fifths majority can submit tles of this great modicino and book amendments to the peoplo correcting on Nervous Diseases free at J W Gaylea who guarantees and recomÂ¬ such defects 3 mends it There exists another reason why Â¬ C F BROWER Main and Broadway CO the people of Frankfort and Franklin county should support the new Con- Â¬ stitution It serves notico on all the Capital removers that unless two thirds of the next Legislature re- Â¬ move tho Capital it shall remain at Frankfort Our fathers and forefath- Â¬ ers would have rejoiced to seo the day when tho cry of the demagogue for a removal of the Capital would bo heard no more in the land The most blatant opponents of tho Constitution do not urge as a reason for tho defeat of that instrument the fact that it proposes to settle the Capital at Frankfort Their silence an this question indicates clearly that pubic sentiment throughout the State is satisfied with Frankfort as the Capital City LAWN DR ACKERS ENGLISH PILLS FURNITURE Are active and pure For sick head Â¬ ache disordered stomach loss of apÂ¬ petite bad complexion and billious ness they have never been equaled either in America or abroad 9 J W Gayle Druggist Bucklens Arnica Salve The best salve in the world foi Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fever Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns aad all Skin Eruptions and positively cures Piles or no pay re- Â¬ quired It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money re funded Price 25 cents per box For sale by South Side drug store P H Carpenter 5 iy Â¬ CHAIRS ROCKERS SETTEES In all the finishes Also a full line of Hammocks us mm and piospito Bars If so call on Do you need any of the above mentioned goods we are A Financial Success n V The Merchants Carnival given by residence on the corner of Logan and the ladies of the Methodist Church Cross streets Apply to Mrs A E Stephens Friday night Tlie New Constitution at the Opera House lastfinancially as was a perfect success Billiards and Pool Lovers of billiards and pool will find Wiley C Now that the excitement attending they cleared 350 over expenses Willl ms hall on St Clair street the selection of candidates by the open 25 tf Sold Her Home various political parties for State peoofficers has died away and the Â¬ ple are called upon to select mem- Â¬ Mr Z J Montgomery has pur bers of the next Legislature that as Â¬ chased from Mrs Eugene P Moore sembles in our midst next winter her residence on Shelby street for carbuncles hundred dollars and after the question of adoption or rejection thirty five and improving the same scrofulous sores of the new Constitution which will repairing eczema and all other be submitted to a popular vote next will occupy it as a residence blood diseases some attention August demands The Ladies Delighted any sensible reasons If there exist take for the adoption of the Constitution The pleasant effect and the perfect then by all means the people should safety with which ladies may use the vote in its favor on the other hand if liquid fruit laxative Syrup of FigsJ It will there exist any strong reasons for under all conditions make it their relieve and cure its defeat then undoubtedly it should favorite remedy It is pleaiing to but if the opposition to the eye and to the taste gentle yet be defeated dyspepsia nervous the new instrument arises from pre- Â¬ effectual in acting on the kidneys debility and that judices and emnity of any people or liver and bowels tired feeling class of people whose interest it is to 34 1 m oppress and burden the great mass of Fine Strawberries people that toil and struggle for a will cure you bare subsistence then the motives of We are under obligations to Mr the opposition cannot be scanned too Geo M Brock of Crescent View closely OF INCORPORATION Farm at the Forks of Elkhorn ARTICLES If the people have been limited in OF their powers to impoverish them- Â¬ for some of the finest and largest strawberries we have ever selves by taxation in aid of railways Turnpike Road Company and railways thereby deprived of a seen Mr Brock has many more of the same kind which he sells from rich harvest of hard earned shillings wrung from a toiling people it is not his wagon in the city every day at HAVE DAY ASSOTIIE UNDERSIGNED together THIS the purpose1 elated themselves for strange that such railways are found reasonable prices Incorporated Company for the pur of becoming an among the opposition of constructing a turnpike road from the Pose Primary To day and Owen turnpike to the Peaks Mill LouisWe find the leading paper of and Elmvllle turnpike road commencing at opposition the toll house near Joseph Wiley who lives near ville in the ranks of the Onen pike and from thence The Democratic Primary for the toll house on breathing forth the direst conse- selection of a Candidate to represent therun the most tho practicable route to Intersect to the road of the Peaks Mill turnpike road com quences that will result from the pany near Suter Staffords The company hereby and it is this county in the Legislature will take Incorporated claim to exercise nil the powers adoption of the Constitution place to day As the coming session rights lmmunlfes and privileges which are not improbable that a certain rail Â¬ will be a very important one to Frank Â¬ granted designated or enumerated In section two chapter lllty six titled Incorporated comway company has control of that panies of Jeneral Statutes of Kentucky pages 54G Again fort and Franklin county we hope and 17 The name of the corporation shall be paper and shapes its policy every voter will think well before cast Elkhorn Turnpike Road Company and Its princi we find a newspaper published in ing his vote and then deposit for the pal place of transacting business shall be it county n behalf of the farming interests of man whom he thinks best qualified fcwallownem m the proposedortoFranktransacted Is 2 The business be the construction of n turnpike road from the a branch from the Kentucky which is to advance the welfaro of tho county point above designated on the survey made by D aforesaid leading paper of Louisville Let no other considerations prevail M Woodson to intersect the Peaks Mill turn pike road as above specllled and which finds its way into tho Vote for the best man 3 The amount of the capital stock of said company shall not be more than enough to con homes of many worthy citizens of struct said road say not exceeding two thousand dollars per mile It shall be paid In at the times tho State engaged in a deadly war To Marry and In the proportions designated by the board In fare against the Constitution of directors 4 shall commenco be Tho they come forth to our Miss Nellie Duvall Sanders young fore stock corporation been subscribe to on or one other words shall have build batteries prepared est daughter of Capt Sam Sanders mllo of said road The termination of the corpo Teotle as masked rate existence of the said company shall be for slaughter when way deep down and Mr Fred Thompson Brooks of limited by the act of tho Legislature aforesaid is a motive for opposition that they Boston Mass will be married at the and not sooner by which the aflalrs of tho 5 The oillcers be controlled directed dmll dare not expose to tho public gaze Presbyterian Church Wednesday company shall directors of liveand number three bo a board of not candid enough to tell afternoon noxt at three oclock of whom shall constitute it in They are majority for tho they the humble tiller of the soil that Miss Nellie is one of Frankfort most transaction of all business haveshall be elected by the stockholders who paid up their mouths after at the end of under the new Constitution tho popular and fairest daughters the stockfirst board shall every twelve Into existence have gone tho pay as much tax on his possessor of many accomplishments but until a board shall have been fully elected banker will qualified under the provisions stock aB tho farmer on his lands and and we congratulate Mr Brooks mid board shall remain in olllee of this act the old corporation cattle who is well known to our people affairsThe a board of shall be conducted In Its by directors any three of not toll the humble toiler having frequently visited here upon whom may net The board shall consist of five They do persons one of whom shall be President three who may possess a homo within the securing such a prize of the board shall constitute u majority and they shall be elected annually by the stock limits of some city that under tho holders who have paid up their stock 7 This corporation shall not nt any time ex Â¬ there is a limit to new Constitution Drydett GConnor ceed an Indebtedness of two thousand dollars beyond which the city taxation per mile for each mllo that may be made or put contract government connot go Thoy do not The Roundabout is in receipt of under That private property shall bo exempt 8 from corponite debts Given under our hands this peoplo of the advantages they the following card tell the 24th of December 1890 EO H WEBSTER will reap from a secret ballot Mrs Lucy OConnor requests your J SIUMPTON at elections where the domuable presence at tho marriage of her MAHION WEBSTER ROBERT II IRAHAM methods of the election bummer aro daughter Maggio E to James H AD CALVERT Tuosday Juno second State of Kkktucky foiled Thoy do not tell of any of tho Dryden q County of Fiunklin many benefits tho peoplo will derivo eighteen hundred and ninety one at I N B Smith Clerk of tho County Court for eight p m Sorvicos at residonco the County and State aroresald do certify that under tho now Constitution tho foregoing Articles of Incorporation of The tho motives of the opposi- Â¬ High View When Elkhorn Turupke Koad Company was on the 2d day of Feb 1K1 pioduced to me In said county aro sounded to tho bottom it Mr Dryden is tho oldest son of Mr and acknowledge beroro 1110 by deo 11 Webster tion Hampton and Marlon their will bo found that it is tho struck John B Dryden of tho Evoning J Sand deed The same was Webster to be tome again act Journal whilo tho brido is tho sister on the 1st day of March lSDland produced acknowledged dog that is howling tho loudest by Robert before Tho best evidonco that tho Consti Â¬ of Mr J Desmond OConnor of tho vert to me their act II Graham and A D Cal and deed whereupon the bo this together tution will servo tho interests of tho Roundabout force and thoy aro a samerecorded liwith olllee ceitlllcate huo been my duly common people is tho fact that the handsomo and worthy young couple ilven under my hand this lltli day of May members of the Constitutional Con They havo tho Roundabouts best 1891 N B SMITH MaylC 4t ClCC vention from tho fields and farms wiBhes for a long and happy lifo m Â¬ For Rent The two story frame Headquarters and Can Save You Money BABY CARRIAGES 50 Styles Prom C 6 to 50 Each For Boils Pimples F BROWER I fl CO a Ayers Sarsaparif la Carpets Furniture Wall Paper Draperies RUBBER H 0 v Ei We cannot afford to seU Has Cured Others a I nor can yu oi use any ceap ose y011 jj ikn We have the pure Rubber stock which has stook the test better than any other CALL AND INQUIRE ABOUT IT AT GRAY BE UP TO CHURCHS JXTQt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ every WATERPROOF COLLAR or CUFF THE MARK Â¬ to gtoltl 3Tcyt to Piscoloyl BEARS THIS MARK THAT CAN BE RELIED ON Km yy Â¬ TRADE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ UuloiD mark NEEDS NO LAJJNDERINQ CAN BE WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMENT THE ONLY LINEN LINED WATERPROOF COLLAR IN THE MARKET G Â¬ TAR PILES SALT RHEUM 4iTKR-OID-J-SOFOR MEDICINAL THE GREAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY FOR ECZEMA WOUNDS PILESI BURNS c 1 SORES CROUP BRONCHITIS Send three two cent stamps for free sample box and book KP PRICE 50 CENTS Â¬ BATH TOILET AND NURSERY PURPOSES For sale by JAR OID CO CHICAGO ILL DFaiZIL O KIEiElXiEJIK M JiMFjMMMgEiEHEMMIailiM Emmm WrWWT mm p v yrn 7 vmmmtiELuMJiM HH jwf ma1 KmtarujmMm WO RUlk Tiki I I I I ml BKHhUH w H JB1 EX M oj m HaSH Hu M H war MIL WHOT WQ3EESB E R W ES D H 11 I mi BnIBraBBBaM jHrfK Ji Vi RuKSZaMdl TflllTM VI ul It 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 I am now doing business 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 COIMEIES ANIj T 55 JKcLm JHnSji jAqLJe5 Besides I bought a Youths Boys and Childrens For less than manufacturers 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 ft 3 ft SfV- - D ment It mnfcai JrwLi J JLu7 2 S ST CnLuSbJXJEZ STIKZElET IS kr 3 Bought a Cottage Dr Samuel E James purchased last week from Mr W J Hughes a house and lot on Fowler street Price seven hundred dollars Answer Tliis Question Why do so many people we see flrnnndustBom to prefer to sufferand be made miserable by Indigestion Constipation uizziness uoas u Appetite Coming up of the Food Yellow Skin when for 75c we willÂ¬ eell them Shilohs Vitalizer guaran teed to cure them Sold by J W Gayle 37 Merchant Daily Mr Luke Merchant and Miss Min- Â¬ nie Daily were married at the Epis Â¬ copal Church Wednesday afternoon at eight oclock The ceremony was performed by Rev E A Penick m favor the new Constitution it will re- Â¬ quire only 62500 favorable votes from all the other parties to insure its adop- Â¬ tion The Republican Convention at Lexington passed a resolution favor- Â¬ ing the new Constitution which will give it over 100000 more votes which is nearly 40000 more than are needed and as the Farmers Alliance and Peoples Party will vote almost solidly for the peoples Constitution and against monopolies it is plain that the new Constitution will be adopt In fact ed by over 100000 majority the corporations banks monopolies will not have votes enough to keep the majority on the plain peoples Constitution down as low as 100000 The real strength of their monopolies is not as great as given them in the varying estimate The people al- Â¬ ways win in a light against those who oppress them Â¬ Â¬ Dr Hales Household Oint Â¬ absolutely cures catarrh It cures neuralgia and rheumatism Cures Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum in the most soothing manner Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Cures Coughs and Colds Can be Cuts taken internally bruises burns chilblains sores of long stand Â¬ ing corns and bunions are cured quickly different from all else supe- Â¬ rior to all else it has no equal 25 and 50c boxes large size cheapest Sold at Phil Carpenters drug store South Side 52 Is the finest cure in the world DWARD CLMSSEN PEACTICiil lumber GasSteam Fitter -- - jkI AND DEALER IN- - li 3as Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Closets PIPE AND FITTINGS ETO STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO JOB AND CONTRACT WORK ALL WORK GUARANTEED In rear of Salenders Grocery No Money When Baby was sick we gave her Castorla When she was a Child she cried for Castorla When she became Miss she clung to Castorla When she had Children sho gave them Castorla FRANKFORT KENTTJKOY Required of Responsible Parties to Commence Treatment Miles Nerve and Liver An important discovery They act Grassland Specimen Cases on the liver stomach and bowels through the nerves A new principle S H Clifford New Cassel Wis Mr M L Hare of Indianapolis They speedily cure billiousness bad was troubled with Neuralgia and I taste torpid liver piles and constipa- Â¬ Kheumatism ills stomach was disor- Â¬ owner of the above farm writes all the different remedies tion Splendid for men women and dered his Liver was affected to an have tried advertised for removing Curbs children Smallest mildest surest alarming degree appetite fell away Splints and Buncheb I feel safe in 50 doses for 25 cents Samples free at and he was terribly reduced in flesh 45 ly and strength sayingthat Quinns Ointment is by J W Gayles Frankfort Ky Three bottles of Elec- Â¬ farthebestl have ever used tric Bitters cured him -- Pills Commencement Address Thirteen sweet girl graduates at Hamilton Female College Lexington listened to the address of Rev George Darsie of this city last Tues- Â¬ day Ho gave them some good ad Â¬ vice which they will doubtless profit by Archbishop Dennisons Fa- Â¬ mous Toast Heres health to all that we love Heres health to all that love us Heres health to all those that love Do you notice what a large circle this wish for health includes and will yon notice the reference is not to the wine cup but to a standardTvmtHrMnpw tho Onlrlon - - Medical Dis-i covery that can pnng neaim to wb irge numoer oi menus we euuii iuvc ifiio if- Edward Shepherd Hairodsburg running sore on his leg of eight years standing Used three bottles of Electric Bitters and seven Â¬ boxes of Bucklens Arnica Salve and his leg is sound and well John Speaker Catawba O had Ave large Fever sores on his leg doctors said he was incurable Ono bottle Elec- Â¬ thing and under its use had a speedy tric Bitters and one box Bucklens and perfect recovery Try a sample Arnica Salve cured him entirely bottle at our expense and learn for Sold by the South Side drug store 3 P H Carpenter vourself iusfc how cood a thing it is Trial bottlesfree at Phil Carpenters Drug Store Large size 50c 100 Darbys Prophylactic It will cost you nothing and will surely do you good if you have a Cough Cold or any trouble with Throat Chest or Lungs Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds is guaranteed to give relief or money will be paid back Sufferers from La Grippe found it just the Now Try This Â¬ HI had a 3 An Expert Cyclist Mr Alex Persons of New York one of the owners of the Broncho Safety Bicycle was in the city Mon- Â¬ day on his way South having run from Shelbyville to Frankfort in 2 While here hours and 10 minutes he gave several exhibitions of fancy riding much to the delight of the Among his feats local wheelmen were riding on both pedals with no seat on one pedal the same way standing upon his handle bar riding with the front wheel in the air and his hands off etc This latter feat he was enabled to do by the peculiar Broncho construction of the which has no chain like the regular safety the gearing being attached directly to tne nino wneei anu wio seat is directly over it Several ofthe local cyclists attempted to mount his machine but it was some time before they could Keep tne irons wneei on the ground Mr Persons left Tues- Â¬ day morning for PariB whence he will depart for the South Eczema causes an itching so persis Â¬ tent as to produce not only sleepless- Â¬ ness but at times even delirium Local applications will not remove the cause which is impure blood Â¬ Ayers Sarsaparilla cures this dis ease by cleansing the blood and eradicating all humors That love those that love them That love us them Use it in every sick room Wil keep the atmosphere pure and wholesome removing all bad odors from any source K ailddoeu int inohrintR hnf is 1 health civine Tmedicine a blood purifiier liver in- in nntn hpVfirltre dy for biliousness indigestion and stomach troubles It cures consump- Â¬ tion its early stages scrofula bronchitis and throat disease Â¬ Will destroy all Disease Germs infection from all Fevers and ail contagious diseases The eminent physician J MariI on Sims of New York says am convinced that Proi Darbys jBOO-iViC--3BL X B Prophylactic Fluid is a most valu well known SUIvGKON and SPECIALIST of Cincinnnti p formerly Resi Â¬ The able disinfectant 21 dent Physician of the Philadelphia General HosriTAL and Physician-in-Ciiahg- e of the Ohio Medicai Institute lias for thirty yenrs devoted his attention to Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria the treatment of CHRONIC NERVOUS FEMALE AND SURGICAL DISEASES Buch aa Bronchitis Catarrh Courjh Rheumatism all diseases of the Stomaoh Bowels Â¬ C s Millinery The Vote for the New Con Â¬ stitution tion of the new Constitution based on the total number of votes cast in whole State in the election for Clerk of the Court of Appeals in 1890 and the probable attitude of parties and local interests as bearing on the new Constitution Longmoor received 161720 Demo Â¬ cratic votes and Tinsley 107005 Rep nhlfnnn votes and Mrs Henry 4340 votes for Clerk of the Court of Ap- perls showing that the total vote caBt in the State in 1890 was 273052 The total vote cast next August is likely to be considerably larger say Of this total the Democrats 325000 will probably cast something like 175000 votes and the Republicans jFarmers Alliance and Peoples Party will all told be likely to cast the other 150000 votes It will be seen that it 162500 votes s will only require about adopt the new Constitution The to Democratic vote is able to furnish more than enough votes to adopt it without reference to the vote of the other parties but if only 100000 out of the 175000 Democratic votes shall --- a We offer all trimmed and un trimmed bonnets and hats at greatly reduced prices Sam D Johnson Co of the Rectum Liver Kidneys Bladder Sexual Organs Heart Nerves and Brain Eye and Ear Deformities etc HE WILL BE AT THE diseases We venture a prediction as to the probable vote in favor of the adop- Â¬ cts for French Gingham worth And every fourch week thereafter gf Consultation and Examinaton Free cts Returning Every Fourth Week Thereafter 24 cts for French Gingham worth CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION IS FREE and ho will promptly tell you 29 cts all about your disease and tho prospeotH of a cure lie undertakes no incurable cases 49 cts for French Gingham worth LADIES afflicted with any of the Ms peculiar lo their sex mny coiiruU him with per- Â¬ 60 cts fect coulldeuco und the assurance of cortuln relief and permanent cure Their cases will receive Unit Kind and considerate intention which all will appreciate His treatment Sam D Johnson Co always proves satisfactory local treatment Is seldom necosHary Ovnrlun Tamors lu their earlier stages cured vltuout patn or Instrumental Inter Â¬ 18 French Gingham FRANKFORT KY WEDNESDAY JUNE 3 CAPITAL HOTEL 25 Jeniiess Miller Model ice Bod- ferenco PmF FW 1 Consumption Shilohs Cure This is beyond question the most successful Cough Medicine wo have ever sold a few doses invariably cure the worst cases of Cough Croup and Bronchitis while its won- Â¬ derful success in the cure of Con- Â¬ sumption is without a parallel in the history of medicine Since its first discovery it has been sold on a guarantee a test which no other If you have a medicine can stand cough we earnestly ask you to try it W Gayle usually tho result of carelessness or Ignorance It can bo remedied by a never fulling treatment Deafness many cu3is can be cured peculiar Canccro permanently removed from the most dollcato organs by our own cure method llttio or n piiln no losri of blood no knlo or caustic the only positive Strlctnrc VnrJcotelo Hydrocele Hpcriunturrbcu and ull unnatural discharges permanently cured MEN of nil ages who suffer from Indiscretions and excesses vlll benefit by our counsel In and treatment If they observe certain sediments We tho urina or irritation of tho urinary restore all such cases organs they should consult us without delay of Elnctnl DlNcnite such ns Pile TUdoctor tronts wlfh unialllnu 6ucces9aU forms by a method of his own discovery FlMtiilu FiMMtire and Uli eruMon of tho Rowel guarantees all cases without pain or detention f 10m business lie Early Interference Is considered tho best of judgment in all cases and saves time money and health Tho succoss attained In the treatment of tho cases which ho makes his specialty Is truly phenomenal Wonderful Cures have been effected lu old and difficult cases whloh havo baffled tho efforts of ail others As his rooms aro usually crowded it Is better to call early In tho day to avoid being dtayed Persons consulting him should bring from two to four ounces of their urine In a clean bottlo for examination Patients treated by mall or express but when possible personal consultation Is prefer able List of questions sent on application Sterility Epilepsy or FitH cured Is Price 10c 50c and 1 If your lungs are sore chest or back lame use Shilohs Porous Plaster Sold by J 37 AU Consultations C O D Correspondence and fares Strictly Confidential to any m m For sale by 27 Sam D Johnson Co Sole agents Treatment wnt potaffcfirrcptv Stilts mid Cannda Address with yXt o H BOGMAN Sox 703 Cincinnati of the United put a xwvtmrr wrftw j u -- rifiMiwiifeaww int BODillBOOT F0Z AVF FRANKFORT KY SUgewl NUMBER Kentucky Central Railway BLUB GRASS ROUTE Shortestand Quickest ruuterroui JACOB S WIGJERT CO Have Removed From the Baltzel Building i MAY 30 1891 CKNTHAL ItHCNTtJOIiStr TO ALL POINTS EAST KAS 1 Commencement at Pleas Mil urcville WEST AND SOOTIEST entertainment by the children Thursday examination Thursday rSUltfDltlifc IN EFFECT MAY 10TH lbJl night June 4 graduating exercises etc granting orations essays diplomas and conferlng degrees Somii to unil Nol No 5 No S Accoui Friday night the 5th a lawn fete at Daily Dally Dallr Express fast Hue Ex tur the park This is the most beautifnl park in Kentucky The park will bo lighted with Chinese lanterns and tiOOpm the exercises will consist of orations Lve Cincinnati 8 10am ttObpin 3 00pm Oupln recitations c Col John L Scott Lye ouTiiigtun b loam J ibpm 3 32pm Irdliiioiitli J 1ID1 4 the inimitable lecturer of Frankfort Cyiitiuaiu 11 4Jtm J GJirni 6 BOpm Ky will deliver one of Ms best Arr Paris 1118am lOUbpm li 10pm Lexington munn u uupm 7 tOpin lectures The friends of the school G lSptn 11 25am and all others are invited to be pres- Â¬ Lv Paris ArrWinchester munn b 60pm ent at these exercises 7 05pin Lve Winchester 1240pm I Tho commencement exerciseB of the Central Normal School will begin LEXINGTON Wednesday night Juno 3d with an L I N E HEX W EEN AND CINCINNATI STREET TO H101 AND 102 HM STREET OIjT ZMZ XjbT -- KBaBimint of th Capital Hotel- - short time SSTThey will fill this space with an entirely new advertisement in a J B Secbest 1 President Arr Richmond Lve Richmond Lve Berea Educational 160pm Ltc July next in Col Scott Browns Lve Lancaster 4 46pm 620pm woods near the K M I Let every Arr Stanford one who can bring a well filled bask- Â¬ et Distinguished speakers have been invited and are expected to North Bound No 3 No 4 Dailr address the large audience that will Express Pallv be present on that day In addition to the list of ladies pub- Â¬ lished the committee of arrange- Â¬ Lve Stanford 7 00am 8- Lancaster ments have added the following 7 60am Arr Richmond 10 15am named ladies to the committee on t u 8 15imi entertainment viz Miss Minnie B Lre JelllcoTT Lve Wlllla8bK 8 60am Thomason Mrs John H Tinsley Arr CorMn 9 35am Miss Julia Winters Mrs Oscar Blake Lvo Cumb Gap Sal 6 3Jam more Misses Lena and Laura Oar Lve uiddlesbh 6 68ara lisle Mrs Virgilia Reddinfr Mrs J 0 Lve Plnevllle7 47am Lve Barbrvllle 8 35am McOhesney Miss Rose Elliott Miss Arr Corbln 3 MB 9 25am Bettie Richardson Miss Debbie Park- Â¬ Lve Corbln S5 9 45am er Miss Maggie Downey Miss Eliza- Lve London 10 21im 11 06am beth Hahn Miss Mary McEwan Miss Arr Liviiwston lllSim Carrie McEwan Miss Lou B Crom- Â¬ Lve Livingston Lve Berea 12 lCnn well Miss Addie Hawkins Miss Lena Arr Richmond 1246pm Lve Richmond Roberts 606im 12 46pm Â¬ We hope the teachers of Franklin county will make their arrangements to attend the S T A at Henderson LveMlddlesbh on the 24th to 26th of June One ArrCutnbUap Lva Corbln fare for the round trip Lve WllllaWg Teachers and friends let us have a ArrJelllco rousing mass meeting on the 4th of Richmond ltd London Arr Corbln Lve Corbln Lve Barbrvllle Lvo Plnevllle ArrLivinzston Lto Livingston 205pm 306pm 316pm 4 60pm 185pm 135pm 7 65pm JOHN T BUCKLEY Queensware and Fancy China Tea Sets 56 pieces 3 Dinner Sets from 850 up The largest stock in Central Kentucky to select presents Â¬ 4Wpm 600pm 6 41pm 7 60pm 4 00pm 0 62PIH from 7300m Stoves Tinware and Home Furnishing Goods Cook Stoves from 475 up Heating Stoves from 3 up 546pm 630pm No 6 Dally Ex Sun Plumbing and Gas Fitting Tin Roofing and Guttering Job work of all kinds in both branches done promptly aud guaranteed to be first class I have the largest stock in my different lines to be found in Central Kentucky and at prices that are beyond nil competitors Give me a call JOHITT BUCKLEY oE3e OLD SSKTUCSV UNION RAILWAY CO KENTUCKY Mississippi SHORT LINE TO ROUTE E D EFFECTIVE TIREE CARD GOING EAST DECEMBER 2IST 1890 300 p m 451 p m 625 p m 6 30 p m 1130 a m 125 p m 4 dO p m NewpoitNews Valley Co County Superintendent ArrWinchester 6 66nm 140pra LTe Winchester 710am 158pm 7 46am asapm Arr Pari Art Paris Lve Cvnthlana Ly Lexington Lve Falmouth Arr Covington 7 00am 7 53am 8 24 am The commencement exercises of the State Normal School for colored persons will occur at the Opera Houbo Thursday evening Jane 4 at 8 oclock Exercises will also be held in the Agricultural Mechanical and Democratic Eoonomy Depart ments June 2 and in the Normal Lit-Â¬ erary Society June 3 in the chapel of the building Â¬ Arr Cincinnati 10 49am 10 65am 92Sam 300pm 3 45pm 3 46pm 4 25pm 316pm 4 46pm 410pm 630pm 540pm 637pm BBCpm 646pm Washington Philadelphia New York Baltimore Old Point and the Sea Shore AND ALL EASTERN CITIES No Leave Winchester Leave Clay City Arrive Lumber Point Arrive Three Forks Leave Three Forks Arrive Elkatawa GOING WEST Leave Lexington MAYSVILLE BRANCH No 10 Daily North Hound Ex Sun Lve Cincinnati Lve Covington Lve Lexington Lve VatU Ex Sun 3 Dally u Central Normal School I hear it intimated that tho Cen- Â¬ tral Normal School will probably move from this place to Frankfort As a Citizen of Frankfort and a pu- Â¬ pil of this school I want to urge the citizens of the Capital City to encourage such a stop The Central Normal School has been here five years the founder having no means whatever at the time the school opened and to day it is the most in tho firosperous school its work State It in hence it is undenominational Tho school has outgrown the town and to en- Â¬ large its sphere of usefulness is the But to cause of its removal move a school from its own buildings with no rent to pay to a now field with rent and other expensos is a thing that should be considered by both citizens and faculty of the school To my mind it would be fair and right for tho citizens of Frankfort to make tho school whole in tho way of rents and real estate Frankfort cannot afford to let this opportunity pass If tho school is removed it means one of the finest Universities in Ky with a patronage of from two to six hun- Â¬ dred pupils So let tho citizens think seriously of the matter and act at once I can safely say that Prof J B Socrest has no equal in Ky as a trainer and school worker Editor Roundabout 7 7 H 00a Pleasureville KYMay 27 91 Arr Arr Arr Arr Millersburf Carlisle Maysville Johnson 8 9 10 00pm 306pm 620 pm 55 a in bl5pm 18am 638pni 40nm 7Wpni 34 a in 7 61pm 10 am 830 pm m Leive Elkatawa 835 a m Arrive Three Forks 1030 a m IN EFFECT JANUARY i 18J1 Leave Three Forks 600 a m Arrive Lumber 605 a m Limited Acm Accm Arrive Clay CityPoint 7 37 a m EAST BOUND Mall Express Dally Dally Arrive 830 a m uany ex Sun Ex Sun Arrive Winchester Dally Lexington 030 a m Lexington Lve 7 buuu H16pm 6 45pm 1140am Connections made nt Lumber Point with 700pm t lODUJ 1230pm 82 am Winchester Mt Sterling Arr a 52am 730pm 7 45pm 103pm steamer to for Beattyvllle Elkatawa is nearest htatlon Jackson Ky Trains between Three lOUOpm DAILY Arr 645am Forks and Lexington run dally between Three JOSom Olhe Hill Lve 10 40a 12 Kpni 1080pm 845am Forks and Llkatawa dally Sundais excepted Ashland J L MURPHY 12 28pm 1018pm J 03am Cattlettsburg General Passenger Agent 325am Huntington Arr 12t0pm 11U7PI11 Fast South Hound Lve Maysville Lve Johnson Lve Carlisle No 9 Daily Ex Sun 5 20 No WEST BOUND 00a 111 I 20pm 1 1 LxSun 227 pm 3 20pm Pupil a m 345pm Mt Sterling Lve 10 27am 4S2pra G25im 1 2011111 a m 410pm 11 16am 4 fcSpin 7 16am 155pm Inchester 828am 700pm Lexington Arr riOoDin 510pm 8 05am 2 45pm 0 49 am 87pm 10 55 a m 645pm LIMITED VESTIBULED EXPRESS run ilalyand has Vestlbuled Pullman Bullet Sleep Â¬ W L MUNSON Trfv Pass Act ers between Louisville Lexington Washington Clnclnn atl O New York and Old Point Comfort This train Is made part of the celebrated C PATMORE S R KNOTT IF- Jen Pass Agt Traffic Manager East of Huntington on the C fc O Route General Olllces LoulbUlIe Ky FAST MAIL TRAINS runs dally between S F R MORS Ast Genl Pass Agt Make direct Lexington nml Huntington Ofllce Chamber of Commerce Bulg Cincinnati O O At connections at Huntington with C K Ry Ashland with No 1 Dally to all points except Rowland Dlvl C It It 1101th SV south At Winchester with bound and at Lexing mid 8lon which Is dally except Sunday Rail N C N O L S and T P No 2 Runs dally from Loclngtou to Cincin- Â¬ ton with L roads nati Nol Runs tlallv from all stations except LEXINGTON AND OLIVE HILL ACCOMMO No 4 Runs dally the DATION daily except Snnilav Connects at DUIMon which Is dally except Sunday Rowland Winchester to and from K C Points and at No G Dally except Sunday Lexington with L AXlt R for IoulsllleKy No 5 runs dally between Cincinnati and Lex Â¬ ington LEXINGTON AND MT STERLING ACCOMMO Ho 16 Paris mid Lexington Accommodation DATION runs dally except Sunday and mukes dally Leaves Lexington 1000 a in Arrives Paris direct connection at Winchester to aud Irom 10 45 a m Mlddlesboiongh and Richmond and at Lex 7 Falmouth Accommodation Leavos ington with L S Ry for LoulsIlle No Arrived Falmouth Cincinnati 545 p m dally except Sunday For full Information In regard to Rates Routes 710 apply to any Agent of this or connecting No 8 Leaves Falmouth 0 a in Arrives Cin- Â¬ lines or to cinnati 765 a in dally except Sunday L Shown Nos laud 3 make connections at Winchester II E IluNriNOTox V P and G M M V Ry E D Gen Puss Agent for points on the NN LEXINGTON KY No 1 Carries through cars from Cincinnati to W S IlAKIt IsON Ky Mlddlesborough and Cumberland lap and all In Â¬ U W B VIIXKY U A Lexington Ky G A Ashland termediate stations and runs dally LveMillersburg Arr Paris Arr Lexington Arr Covintton Arr Cincinnati 5 6 7 7 57 60 15 40 am am a m lMpm Cattlettsburg Ashland Olhe HUI Hui tington Lve Arr GJPain U37am 80am aoupui 8Jpni 50pm BAILT b 35pm fi 7 57pm 10pm umjrtiUTji MJBT S IN PTWP lOCam 8 65Dm Ex Sun KtfrKA3 rvvsf t f 1HIPE0M m Xj tfLW i iiilM UMIIHUili TBIfBTBV IF V- mm 233 St Clair niflMHNns Watches Clocks SOLID SILVSIK N- I- Â¬ Â¬ Silver Plated Ware street Â¬ Watches docks and Jowelry Repaired May2 ly Â¬ Â¬ Aubrey Williams pii ic DEALERS IN c Fresh Meats and Groceries Comer of Bridge and Second streets Our wagon will call at jour door eery morning with choice cuts of meat Orders from tho store or wagon will receho prompt attention April 18 lm l tfift if f iiinfeiaii iiimifTiftmlttJi3BimlBHlHM 1 V 4de 35ji2Aiiiir2ifeLli r M h t mr t lfeifcj - Sffrfhiilirili v jtMJiiiSiiBiBeiAilf JHMKJaitMfet Ari llHlftfr in ilte-ft- w- V vV1 i J iy v - i Jnt iK j - V Ihzjfclij-- - rTv - - V V i - s lii tAf t- 5 - IV - i I I 1 jC v V A f T4T rr Wi fl s V - V- - r rj- - - v t n mrtttf jfiii C - rj- el - wLi cSiS - s - si 1 io i l 3 to V rJ v 1 f M 1 aJr 4 i if t k - Vi i u 1 tiYlf7 V 4g - fl v i- V - t 1 W - S - js JhfeH VV r - H- - 4si - X I fl f a- - - v- - S - - - i -- - V v v Vvi i ffr - v 3 v M y rr fHW1 r t l MtWfftiJi niiiiswwgiwiwip wm ft ywtmrp wtyW w vw -- f r nyp i rj ill ir o t r Ha House - Is headquarters for everything- wanted on a farm il Buddies Harness and Farm IVIachin es 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 t7 e3 o iEeiErz x-ikcie Xj-a-kckest XjXite op tfl Buggy Dusters Fly Nets Hand Made Saddles and Harness Mowers and Binder Twine a specialty 850 200 40c 150 Deering Binders and Come and see us and we will save you money Opposite Court house moved south then on to cemetery THE UNVEILING CEREMONIES where the unveiling ceremonies were conducted by the Grand Lodge he Monument Erected Over after which orations commemorat- Â¬ ing the many virtues and public the Grave of Ex Gov services of Gov Luke P Blackburn L P Blackljum were delivered by Hon W M Beck- Cere- Â¬ ner and Gen B W Duke TTnveiled With Masonic Heaven monies seemed propitious to the occasion and a vast throng of citizens from all At the request of Gov Buckner parts of the State paid homage by and by order of Grand Master Chas their presence to the memory of one y H Fisk the Grand Lodge of of Kentuckys noblest sons and most com- Â¬ A M met in called F estimable Governors munication at the Odd Fellows Tem- Â¬ ple in this city Wednesday after- Â¬ Some of the Grand Army boys following may noon at 330 oclock for the purpose from be interested in the C Com- Â¬ Alex B Pope A D of taking charge of and conducting mander Dept Tenn and Ga He We have had an epidemic of the ceremonies of unveiling the says monument erected by the State of whooping cough here Stewart and Chamberlains Cough Tenn Kentucky to the memory of the late Remedy has been the only medicine ex Gov L P Blackburn With the that has done any good There is following Grand officers present no danger from whooping cough when this remedy is freely given M W Ohas H Fisk of Covington It completely controls the disease Grand Master 50 cent bottles for sale by J W R W W LaRue Thomas of Mays--vill- e Gayle Ken--tuck- O EL CRTJTCKKIR Oh What a Cougli CO W Will you heed the warning the signal perhaps of the sue approach of that more terrible disease Con- Â¬ PREVAILING CONDITIONS MANY sumption Ask yourself if you can nogs to merely afford for the sake of saving 50c to because are doo ned fulldeath by disease to preto take measures the owners a their health run the risk and do nothing for it set We know from experience that DR Shilohs Cure will cure your cough Shortest ami quickest between It never fails This explains why CINCINNATI FRANKFORT more than a Million Bottles were sold the past year It relieves croup Onlv direct line between and whooping cough at once Frankfort Gea etown wi Paris Car Â¬ Mothers do not be without it For lame back side or chest use Shilohs lisle tfysville Cjnthiana Fal W Porous Plaster Sold by J Â¬ Doomsa to Deain JOS HAAS M Gayle 37 mcuth and Covington In Running Order T Stedmans woolen mill is in full running order and is now ready to receive wool for carding spinning making blankets jeans and linsey and I will receive wool a3 usual to tho factorv A 27 k d est PoaHry Unify ASK VOX TlOKSrs BY VIA KY MIDLAND Used successfully for 15 years Will Arrest Disease Prevent DIseaso Expel Worms Stop the Cough Increase the Flesh and Hasten Maturity PRICKS 250 8125 and BOc perpkg 251b cans 1250 The largest packages urothecheap TRAINS RUN GEHTnAL STANOAHD 17 TIME TIMK TABLE MAY 7yT mi i lbJO a m r m pm fc Wx 25 07 1 TRAINS EAST Lv Frankfort Swltzer Stamp Grod Ar Georgetown Lv Georgtn via Ar Cincinnati Lv Georgetown Newtown Centrevllle Ar Paris Lv ParlsvlaKC Covington Ar Cincinnati Lv Paris via K C Carlisle Ar Maysvllle Lv Paris via KC Q C 2t W T Reading sg Tso G G j 515 5 5S G 00 6 21 6 45 25 15 50 05 15 35 For Sale by Deputy Grand Master R W J Speed Smith of Rich mond Grand Senior Warden R W Jas W Staton of Brooks villo Grand Junior Warden R W R H Thompson of Louis- Â¬ ville Grand Treasurer pro tern R W H B Grant of Louisville Grand Secretary M Rev John M Worrell of Dan Â¬ ville Grand Ohap lain pro tern W JW Rodgers of Bourbon coun ty Grand Marshal W Henry Rausbaw of Covington Grand Senior Deacon W John W Payne of Frankfort Grand Junior Deacon pro tern W R S Friend of Prestonsburg Grand Sword Bearer W J Ed Ray of Paris Grand Pur Buivant pro tem W J Ed Kershaw of Frankfort Grand Tyler pro tem With thirteen Lodges represented At 330 oolock the procession was formed in front of Capitol Square in the order as published in our last issue and under command of Grand Marshal J R Rodgers the Grand Xodge under the escort of the Com manderies the Johnson Guards and the cadets of the Kentucky Military Institute moved South on St Clair to Main and east on Main to the Oemetery The Johnson Guards and the Cadets Of the Kentuoky Military Institute 34 lm Advertised Letters Below will bo found a list of advertised letters for the week ending May 80th 1811 taining five rooms situated on Cross street South Side Delightful loca- Â¬ tion and all necessary conveniences Apply to Mrs Mary Brown Day 32 tf State Librarian Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria For Sale or Rent Cottage con- Â¬ W GAYLE JFRANKFORT KY a pamphlet on swine will be mailed to any address on receipt of a two cent stamp Homology Elknorn 41 4oo 4 4 4 5 12 4J 7 10 7 24 20 35 00 la 12 48 1 47 Ask for Testimonials - Buckuor Chambers E C Orutcher Elizie Conrnnt Crime E Middleton Dudley Bettie Davis Charles Glass Hurry J Glass H J Graham Nannie Kirk Samuel Kenny T E Mamano A vertised Snm ONeil Martha Porter Benj F ltiley D O Rood Smith Smith A Skaggs Bird Vanmeter D B Wothara Chas Williams Spencer Williams Jas A Wood May MoEhvain Ruder Co ONan Julia Joe Haas V Mar S Ind 7 25 7 10 15 10 7 25 6 7 40 7 7 7 50 8 10 7 5 24 7 32 5 03 5 19 4 30 5 43 3 0 2 2 00 00 05 25 2 45 3 15 3 m fflRfl A 7 Cin Indianapolis Plmplis Hiadaehis Loss of ISInp a Wiary Fullnt Pains In j Body or Limbs Want ofAppitltt If you suffar from Eruptions any of those symptoms taka 10 44 10 50 7 55 8 13 10 10 11 27 12 10 753 425 5 48 6 25 7 55 6 37 6 45 Winchester 548 Ar Richmond I p m 0 15 7 20 35 DOCTOR Â¬ TRAINS WEST Lv Richmond via K C Whon calling for those letters say ad J m M Saffell Postmaster In almost every neighborhood throughout the west there is some one or more persons whoso lives have been saved by Chamberlains Diarrhoea and Cholera Colic Remedy or who have been cured of Such per Â¬ chronic diarrhoea by it sons take especial pleasure in recom Â¬ mending the romedy to others Tho praise that follows its introduction and use makes it very popular 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by J W ACKERS The BEST FLOUR ENGU8H BLOOD CREAM I Your Blood It WHY you Becauseusod mercury Impure I S over ft so Havo did you giro yourself tho needed attention Dont you know that as Snt tlio tlrno A AM A Ml MlP M NoG No 2 No 4 No 8 No 12 Sun Pass Pass IMIx Mix Only train train train train JH 0 10 7 15 7 48 1 05 is the Wluchester Paris Lv Maysvllle K C 1 58 2 33 1 50 3 20 4 10 JUHv via Ar Paris Lv Cincinnati via K C Carlisle 5 20 6 50 7 40 ELIXIR FLOUR JBntcllali Blood Doctor Acker SKIIxlr is tho only known xnodloino that 2 S will thoroughly erodloato tho poison from tho system Get it from your druggist or write to W H HOOKER ftOO long as tho mercury is in tho system you J will feel tho effects of It Wo need not toll you that you rcaulro a blood medicine 5 toousuro freedom from tho after effects Ar Paris 00 8 Lv Paris 0 20 8 Centrevllle 9 30 9 Newtown 9 45 10 Ar Georgetown Lv Clncl nntlvlnl 5 Covington 30 50 02 02 2 20 2 20 5 37 6 20 C 3J fi 49 7 04 4 00 7 01 7 00 7 31 7 47 Mgt 4 5 5 5 80 00 19 40 Gayle 34 lw m For Sale A fine young mare and colt For termB apply to Ohas Jenkins Bridgeport or W K Utter baok this city in For sale by J W Gayle 40 West Broadway I JJJJritJ 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 Ar Georgetown Lv Georgetown Q V C 7 00 110 02 1002 700 B G45 7 21 7 50 8 10 8 40 Switzer 7 55 Klkhorn 1100 11 0U 8 10 Ar Frankfort Nos Nos 1 2 7 8 and 12 daily except Sunday 3 and 4 dally Nos 5 and 0 Sundays only HOWARD OR9ISON Agont Gen Superintendent GEO D HARPER VERNON CLARK General Passenger Agent CLAUDE BOWLS City Ticket Agent GENERAL OFFICES FRANKFORT KY Stamp Grod 10 02 10 02 10 24 10 24 10 38 10 38 10 40 10 40 TS HH r V standing where I now stand I had the mem bored as tho most delightful re No 5 Chorus God Be With You honor to offer to this illustrious body union of tho Grand Commandery of Till We Meet Again tho fraternal greeting of Frankfort Kentucky until the rays of the last Benediction Commandory No 4 together with setting sun shall gild the evening of Kentucky RaVered at tho post oflleo at tfnuikiort Tho Grand Commandory was then the cordial and unaffected welcome your declining days as second class mailable matter of the good people of this city to the Grand Commander W H Meffert closed to meet at Covington on tho brilliant and courtly assemblage of of Louisville responded fiEO A LEWIS Editor and Publisher Sir Knights who had honored in appro Â¬ 1st Wednesday in May 18D2 them After tho installation a grand hop presence and whatever priate terms after which tho Grand with their expectation of courteous attention Commandery went into secret session was given at the Capital Hotel ball- Â¬ FRANKFORT MAY 30 1891 or hospitable entertainment may After the reading of the annual room where the Sir Knights and have been inspired by my salutation I had tho pleasing satisfaction of reports tho Grand Commandery ad Â¬ ladies tripped the light fantastic until that it was VALIANT KNIGHTS knowingtho elegantmore than realaÂ¬ journed to take part in tho cere Â¬ the wee sma hours of R E Sir J W ized by amenities of The presentation monies of unveiling the monument refined and cultivated community Pruett for installation as Grand Com It was an occasion indeed which to the memory Gov Blackburn The City Puts on Her Holi- Â¬ can never be forgotten by those who At 830 in theofevening an elegant mander was tho signal for prolonged applause and at the conclusion of had tho singular good fortune to par Â¬ day Attire to Welcome ticipate in its pleasures To the gen- reception was given the Grand Com Â¬ the ceremony Sir MPGray Recorder Them erous Sir Knights of Frankfort Com mandery at tho Execuivo Mansion of Frankfort Commandery No 4 ap OJSTE K mand ery especially it was a matter by Gov Bucknor and lady which of profoundest pride To the people of was largely attended by the visiting peared upon the stage bearing an ele- Â¬ Both tho method and results wbea They Come Into Our Tent in Frankfort accustomed to all the gant floral design and with the fol- Â¬ Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasaut Great Numbers gentle offices of polite society and Sir Knights and ladies and the citi- Â¬ lowing remarks presented the same and refreshing to the taste and acts familiar with the most brilliant scenes zens generally to Sir Pruett gently yet promptly on lie Kidneys of social enjoyment it was tho source Right Eminent Grand Commander Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys Â¬ Distin Â¬ of supreme gratification It is with just pride Frankfort Com Â¬ tem effectually dispels colds head Â¬ by every circumstance that guished n mandery No 4 rejoices that tho aches and fever3 and cures habitual could contribute an additional charm Hrif Grand Commandery of Kentucky has constipation to the most courteous intercourse Syrup of Figs is the so highly honored you and in token whore beneath emblazoned banners only remedy of its kind ever pro Â¬ of our esteem and love we present and nodding plumes the courtly ho you with these flowers They will duced pleasing to tlio taste and ac macre of knightly chivalry met the lose their fragrance and beauty but ceptable to the stomach prompt in approvirig smiles of modest beauty the remembrance of the happy oc its action and truly beneficial in its it was one of the most delightful of casion will ever flourish in our hearts effects prepared only from the most those pleasing episodes in the pil- Â¬ a green bay tree grimage of the devoted Templar ySw jp asThe Grand Commander although healthy and agreeablo substances its which come back unbidden to his many excellent qualities commend it memory like tho sweet strains of taken by surprise responded in his to all and have made it the most Â¬ some wild melody until he is sum usual happy style and was gener- Â¬ popular remedy known moned by the final trumpet call to ously applauded Encampment on the Bliss Â¬ the Grand Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c ful Fields of the Bright Beyond When Sir L D Croninger the and 61 bottles by all leading drug- Â¬ It impossible for Are Rested and Refreshed that ishappy occasion us to recur toÂ¬ veteran Grand Recorder was pre Â¬ gists Any reliable druggist who however with and Depart on Their sented by the Grand Marshal for in Â¬ may not have it on hand will pro- Â¬ out a mournful feeling of sadness Journey stallation there was a storm of ap cure it promptly for any one who mingling with the pleasant emotions awakened by its recollection The re- Â¬ plause which made glad the old war Â¬ wishes to try it Do not accept any morseless reaper has not been idle A GALA WEEK riors heart and was so prolonged substitute Your annual necrology tells how that he was compelled to uncover in CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO w year by year his dread presence has Tuesday afternoon the valiant and cast its shadow upon this grand sAN FRANCISCO CAL recognition of the same GRAND COMMANDER PRUETT LOUISVILLE KY NEW YORK NY magnanimous Knights of the order of body He has taken from us some of Frankfort Commandery on this Knight Templar began to arrive in the noblest and the best More than On Thursday morning the regular occasion has fulfilled every expecta- Â¬ one As the city for the purpose of attending that who answered to the roll call routine business of the grand tion of our citizens and nobly sus beautiful morning are not bright the conclave of the Grand Comman here to day We miss their friendly conclave was transacted and the tained the reputation of Frankfort dery of Kentucky and by Wednes- - faces when we look around ub Their following JERSEY COW KAWN COLOR GIVING grand officers elected and her citizens for generous hospi- Â¬ about one gallon of milk a duy was taken ur day morning our streets were filled familiar voices will be heard in our for the ensuing year tality There is but one expression by the undersigned about March first The more Their with uniformed and plumed brethren conclaves no over foreverwarfare is Sir J W Pruett Frankfort R E of opinion upon the part of the owner win pieaso can and pay charges Their long march is D MUliARDSON of the Mystic Tye All of the houses ended They have laid aside their Grand Commander May 9 lm visiting Sir Knights and that is that in the central part of the city and armor and crossed over the river to Sir Chas H Fisk Covington V E they were never more elegantly en Â¬ along the line of march of the pro- Â¬ rest in the shade of the trees on the Grand Commander W CHINK tertained and all went away delight But while other side cession were beautifully decorated wreathed their tombs we have with the Sir Thos J Flournoy Paducah E ed with their visit to the hill girt with flags and bunting and with the amaranthine flowers of fraternal Grand Generalissimo Capital City we have been consoled dark green foliage of her shade trees affection Will practice in all State Courts Of Sir Saml Stone Richmond E BIGHT EMINENT SIR J W PRUETT fice second floor Custom House Frankfort never looked more lovely by the memory of their virtues and- Grand Captain General by the lustre of their examThe newly elected Grand Comman Â¬ Together with the Sir Knights came cheered Sir R H Thompson Louisville E der was born and raised in this city Where the faithful Knight has many ladies and their beautiful Jle the ranks have been closed Grand Prelate Notice and no young man in this communi- Â¬ faces added to thoBe of our own and the column pushed forward in its Sir E A Robinson Maysville E ty possesses the confldenceand esteem benign career home girls than whom none are Through all the changes of these Grand Senior Warden PERSONS KNOWING THEMSELVES IN of our people to a higher degree than more lovely lent additional enchant Â¬ Bix years it has pleased a merciful Co asdebted B U McCoy Sir Chas C Vogt LouiBville E does Will Pruett His elevation to signed are to the Armtoofcome forward and settleÂ¬ requested ment to the scenes upon our streets Providence to vouchsafe to the peo- Â¬ Grand Junior Warden their Indebtedness And the creditors of said are hereby present their claims to Bands of music were playing in ple of our beloved Commonwealth Â¬ Sir D P Robb Versailles E the highest position within the gift firm undersignednotified to us required by law on the of the Masonic fraternity was a com- Â¬ or before July 1st proven the rich blessings of peace prosperi1891 every direction and all Frankfort J W GAYLE Co Assignee of B II McCoy r came out to receive and make wel Â¬ ty and happiness and to prosper and Grand Treasurer pliment worthily bestowed and our illustrious Order in its SirL D Croninger Covington E honor that will be gallantly worn an Mar 28 Sra sustain come the pilgrims traveling from beneficient mission among men Grand Recorder E B Barstow In early life he became a clerk in Frank Ibold President Sec and Treas The practice of private virtue the afar B T Basinkt promotion of public morality the Sir Jas T Hedges Cynthiana E the State Auditors office and after As Dhvkr President Â¬ Vice Superintendent According to the programme here- defense of the Christian faith and Grand Standard Bearer tofore announced the grand proces- Â¬ the elevation of our race In that Sir Howard R French Mt Sterling four years service in that position The Co went into the Bank of Kentucky as Staniari Printinc sion was formed in front of Capitol glorious work none have borne them- Â¬ E Grand Sword Bearer selves more nobly than the chivalbook keeper was afterwards promo- Â¬ Formerly the Standard Printing Ink Works Square at 1030 a m Wednesday rous Sir Knichts of Frankfort Sir John G Orndorff Russellville ted to Teller of the Bank which posi- Â¬ MANUFACTURERS OF under the command of Sir Thos J Commandery No 4 in whose behalf E Grand Warder Flournoy of Paducah Grand Cap Â¬ it has again become my delightful SirH T Jefferson Louisville E tion he resigned some two years ago PRINTING AND LITHOGRAPHIC INKS to accept the Cashiership of tho new Â¬ VARN1SHESFTC extend to you for themtain General assisted by E Sirs W privilege to for my valued friends andÂ¬ Grand Captain of Guard 108 Canal Cincinnati Ohio une28 ly selves and ly organizedFrankfortNational Bank S Dehoney and M D Averill as former neighbors of this city a hear- Â¬ Thursday evening at 8 oclock the which office he is now filling with aids with several hundred Knights ty whole souled Kentucky welcome grand officers were installed at the WM marked ability As a Mason he has and five bands of music in line to their midst Â¬ Opera House by Sir W that the people of Frank Â¬ as of Maysville Very LaRue Thom filled all tho offices of the various ATTORN W The procession moved east on Broad- Â¬ When I sayGrand Commandery Eminent Grand with fort hail this way to Ann south on Ann to the a heart warm welcome I perform no Generalissimo of the Grand Encamp- Â¬ branches ofthe York Rite from Junior where the Right perfunctory office I utter no empty ment of the United States assisted Warden of the Blue Lodge to Eminent REAL ESTATE Capital Hotel AGENT Eminent Grand Commander and phrase of formal courtesy 1 mean by Right Eminent Sir William Ryan Commander of Frankfort Comman Â¬ PRACTICE IN THE COURTS 0 other grand officers took carriages precisely I what these simple words of Louisville Past Grand Comman- dery and as an exponent of the ritual will Franklin and tho adjoining counties and mean that they are imply alto giro the the order no man could excel him and sale of realipnclal attention to trntapurohasa and joined the column which pro- Â¬ glad to have you here estate collection of That der as Grand Marshal The following of claims to the they feel honored by the selec- being the programme of the evening in tho beauty of his work He has also and the lecouatlaii of loans ceeded west on Main street InrilK lv taken all the degrees of Scottish Rite ArrivÂ¬ tion oftheir city for your present con- Â¬ No 1 Concert March First Presbyterian Church Knights Masonry having been elected last fall was clave and are grateful for the pleas- Â¬ ing at the Church the column G D Barnard at the meeting of the Supreme Coun- Â¬ CHILD BIRTH ure they anticipated from your pres- Parade opened the grand officers saluted as ence in their midst To commend cil A A S Rite in Washington City Installation of Right Eminent Grand MADE EASY I to receive the thirty third degree they passed through and then the their generous hospitality to utter Commander Mothers Friend is a scientific- Sir Knights entered the Church a syllable in praise of the refined ur- Â¬ No 2 Vocal Solo Mr W M which was conferred upon him at ally prepared Liniment every ingre- Â¬ Louisville on Monday evening banity for which they where the office of public worship every where would beare proverbial Franklin dient of recognized value and in was performed the following proconstant use by the medical pro- Â¬ Installation of Very Eminent Depu Tlie Extension Planned To guard a title that was rich before gramme being observed fession These ingredients are com ty Grand Commander To gild refined gold to paint the lily At the meeting of the Stockholders 1 Anthem God of Israel binedin a manner hitherto unknown To throw a perfume on the violet No 3 Violin Solo Prof Blitz of the Home Construction Company 2 Reading To smooth the iceor add another hue Installation of Eminent Grand Gen- Â¬ held here on Tuesday With the rainbow last the imme Â¬ 3 Song Gloria in Excelsis I have said they are proud to have eralissimo diate extension of the Kentucky Mid Â¬ 4 Reading No 4 Vocal Solo Miss Nellie Rod vou in their midst and what commu land Railway was planned and a com- Â¬ PRAYER nity would not feel honored by the man 5 TeDeum presence of such a distinguished rep- Â¬ Installation of Eminent Grand Cap Â¬ mittee appointed to investigate the WILL DO all fnat Is claimed for ways and means The committee will resentative assembly of one of the tain General 6 Hymn Coronation HAND MORE It Shortens Labor report to another meeting to be held crandest social organizations over Lessens Pain Diminishes Danger to SERMON known among men This sir is not No 5 Vocal Quartette From on Tuesday next and it is hoped the Book Life of Mother and Child By Past Grand Commander Rev J the fulsome language of inflated Dorothy Miss Orbison Mrs Sneed to Mothers mailed FREE con- Â¬ road will be rapidly pushed to the panegyric but the deliberate words Messrs VanDerveer and Franklin M Worrell D D taining valuable information and The order Installation of Eminent Grand Pre- Â¬ mountains of truth and soberness 7 Reading voluntary testimonials Knight Templar is known where 8 Vocal Quartette with Violin of Saturday Nights Row Sent byexpresi on receipt of price flBO per bottVB ever the smile of civilization glad late Obligate BRADFIELO REGULATOR CO Atlanta Qai dens the face of man embracing PART II BENEDICTION SOLD BY ALL PUOOIBTa A row occurred on High street Sathosts of the truest and the bravest No 1 Comio Medley H Saxton Â¬ and the The sermon by Dr Worrell was ed most gifted is the the most cultur- Â¬ Installation of Eminent Grand urday night between John Morgan accepted guarIts badge eloquent and very appropriate and anty of honorable deportment and Senior Warden and Eminent Grand a painter and a man by tho name of ONE DOLLAR WEEKLY Peyton in which Morgan was stab- Â¬ the music by tho choir in charge of irreproachable character everywhere Junior Warden rebed several times and had his arm BUYS A GOOD GOLD WATOH Mrs Alice B Orbison very beautiful I have myself been the unworthy Van broken Morgans injuries are quite cipient of the highest civic honors No 2 Vocal Duet Messrs After services at the Church tho be conferred upon OUR CLUB SYSTEM could Franklin serious but not necessarily fatal BY procession reformed and marched that by the enlightened suffrage Derveerand me Grand Peyton escaped arrest of Eminent Our 14 karet patent stiffened gold cases are Bouth on Wilkerson to Wapping east of the magnanimous people of Installation warranted for 20 years Wultliim and Elgin II my native State honors that any Treasurer and Eminent Grand Removement reliable ami well known Stem wind on Wapping to St Clair and north on and set huntlnc or ojien face ladys or gents proud wear as tho Fell Dead St Clair to the State Capitol where man might be in a welltowon coronet corder 3 size Equal to any 75 watch Wo sell one of choicest gems Vocal Solo Mr Ernest thesn watches for the procession disbanded and dele- Â¬ of a long and useful career but I No Gen D W Lindseys large grey Zeoller gates to tho Grand Commandory trust you will give me credit for all carriage horse was being led up St met in tho hall of the House of sincerity when I assure you that I re Â¬ Installation of Eminent Grand Clair street Saturday mall afternoon and and send toC any nddress by registered examinaorÂ¬ on tho Standard Bearer and Eminent Grand by express O D with prlWleDre of gard tho fact that I am borne Representatives rolls as a worthy member of such when in front of Mr John T Buck Â¬ tion intent nt Durham N 0 wr s Our Ex Gov and Sir J Procter Knott a brotherhood as the crowning dis Â¬ Sword Bearer leys store ho fell upon tho street and howOur Jewelers have contessed tl- dont know No 4 Vocal Quintette as soon as the Grand body was called tinction of my life jou can furnish such worklor tlu money Heart Miss OrÂ¬ expired in a few minutes Roses are Sweetest In tendering you this heartfelt to order on behalf of Frankfort tho cause of course you also Oommandery No 4 delivered tho welcome I beghopes will thoseaccept bison Messrs R VanDerveer Posey failure of who Orbison and Saffell tho sincorest following addressf welcome give it that tho deliberations Installation of Eminent Grand War Â¬ For Rent A two story framo resi- Â¬ wuutcd ut each placo Write for particulars dence on Todd street between Main Right Eminent Grand Commander of your present Conclave may be and Sir Knights of theGrand Cowman characterized by every work of broth Â¬ der and Eminent Grand Captain of and Logan Apply to H R Williams EMPIRE WATOH CO 37 tf dcry of Kentucky Six years ago erly concord that this may bo ro- - the Guard 43 and 60 Maiden Lune New York NY Â¬ FMflKFOET ROUNDABOUT Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I5NJOT Â¬ fas V Taken Up a Stray Â¬ J JR Assignees M Â¬ CROMWELL EY-AT-LA- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MOTHERS FRIEND Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ M V S8 CASH - Old-Fashi- m M BE I SPRING i IN 1 TIME TROUSER YOUR SELECTION BiiranmiiiimMiiwiMMi iIuhmi iBegasgagBgaaiatHaKmvawwicyyiBTiq Ik SUITINGS COATINGS INGS AND HATS IVIAKE IK COME EARLY AND HU Frankfort tffi CASS El S OETRLU iaS 3 1 for a spring alterative and tonic however is filled more efficaciously S S S itself as Honors for the week ending May by natures which is medicine simple as should remedial 22 be It purifies the blood cleanses FIRST YEAR CLASS and strengthens tho system and pre Â¬ Roll of Honor Pauline Brown 100 pares the liuman machine to stand Annie Coleman 100 Bessie Haydon the wear and tear of the summer months oo 96 Cinnio Theobald tm First Honor Pauline Brown 100 Married Second Honor Eliza Spalding 09 HijjU Scliool J THOMPSON -- IS PREPARED TO FILL ALL ORDERS FOR- - m Etoseoaas Gut Flowers and Floral Deigns FOB Third Honor Ida Brady JUNIOR CLASS 90 Roll of Honor Mary Orutcher 86 Maggie Oulter 95 Maggie Daniel 100 county At tho offlco of County Judge in this city on Thursday May 28th 1891 by Ills Honor Judge Williams Mr William Ellis niitl Miss Mary Wise botti of the Peaks Mill neighborhood this Funerals Emma Pedin 97 First Honor -- Cecilo McEwan 96 Second Honor Emmaline Craig Third Honor Edward Johnson SENIOR CLASS Born THOMAS -- Near White Sulphur Pcott county on Friday May 22 1891 to Mr S A Thomas and wife a daughter Roll of Honor Sadie Grant 100 Flossie French 99 Annie Magill 99 Georgia Payne 99 Addio Rupe 100 First Honor Virgio Nelson 9S Second Honor Bonnie Ilocken Bttiith 90 Died 16U1 Sam Salyers 1891 In this city on Wednesday morning May 27th at 7 oclock the Infant child of Mr and Mrs Of Course Its a In this city on Wednesday morning May 29th Wilme Infant son ot Mr nu Mrs Saml U Hen used ten years Woman file Eid Not Call Tho man who tried Dr Sages Catarrh Remedy and was sure of the 8500 reward offered by the proprietors for an incurable case never called for his money Why not O because he got cured He was sure of two things 1 That his catarrh could not be cured 2 That he would have that o00 He is now sure oi one tnmg and that is that his catarrh is gone completely So ho is out 500 of course The makers of Dr Sagos Catarrh Remedy have faith in their ability to cure tho worst case of Nasal Catarrh no matter of how long stand ing and attest their faith by their nervousness neuralgic pains bearing-- standing reward of 500 offered for down pains irregularities weak Â¬ many years past for an incurable ness or prolapsus headache back- Â¬ case of this loathsome and dangerous ache or any of the ailments of the disease The Remedy is sold by drug- Â¬ female organs What he asks is that gists at only 50 cents Mild soothing the ladies shall give it a fair trial cleansing deodorizing antiseptic and satisfaction is assured Money and healing refunded if it dosent give satisfac- Â¬ Â¬ The hand that roclcs tho cradle Is the hand that rocks tho world The mother sitting beside and rocking tho cradle often singing her sad lullaby may be thus shaping as it were tho destinies of nations But if diseases consequent of motherhoods have borne her down and 3apped her life how mournful will be her song To cheer tho mother brighten her life aiid brighten her song Dr Pierce of Buffalo has aftor long experience compounded a remedy which he has called his Favorite Prescription because ladie3 preferred it to all others He guarantees it to cure paid Ahcays open tho offer made by tho proprietors 261 West Jefferson Street - - - Louisville Ky of Dr Sages Catarrh Remedy Its 33 3m a reward of 500 cash for an in Â¬ curable case of catarrh no matter how bad or of how long standing mCTreyggggarariMyi MiNiisrT7 f I -- i nra WiSi -- vsa y-Theyll cany it out too Its one ESijaraK fcv rf 5H5 ffl fi teasP yB thing to make tho offer Its a very KalMsaiStf vzjLa Xifttrfl oia Xfef7 different thing to make it good It GilTilZOGUES XtW ItEilItY couldnt be done except with an extraordinary medicine But thats Agents for AMERICAN RAM- wha they have By its mild GRUTCHER ROBERTS cl CHAMPIONS soothing cloansing and healing CYCLE SUNDRIES FRANKFORT KY properties Dr Sagos Remedy cures tho worst cases It doesnt simply 8 hit zra esa-W- - - TSP m v palliate for a lime or drive tho dis- Â¬ TiivssssssKSSsnssssssaBmm ffiza ease to tiie lungs It produces a perfect and permanent cure Try iJT1 y8 it and see n vj ui 7 xi srr o ju 1 If you cant be cured youll bo km atatl2fiJrui ui Telephone Weddings OonjELectiori dEg -- m-ra7jW-rEr2 -- -- ir17711rni pw risk The onlv ouestion is are vou willing to make the test if tho makers are willing to take the We linve opened a new store nt the ol 1 fiwln stand on the corner of Mnln and Lewis streets oinioidts the Farmers Bank and will nico our entire busings there about the llrat of July Wa will handle eurythln In tho HARDWARC LINK nlo a full line ot If so the rest is easy You pay your druggist fifty cents and tho trial begins If youre wanting tho 500 youll get something better a cure I ll sell the entire We will retain the building we now occupy on Broadwiy until July 1st and t jlliCOO at ORKAlLi REDUCEO PRICES stock contained In same amounting to i We have opened nt our new store nu entire NEW STOCK OF GOODS and will be glad to acÂ¬ commodate our customers at eltheri nice tion Dr 1 OF CINCINNATI OHIO the complaint of thousands suffering from Asthma Consumption WILL BE AT THE turn Coughs etc Did you evor try Dr It is the On Tuesday July 21st a special Ackners English Remedy IN FRANKFORT KY Com- Â¬ best preparation known for all LungÂ¬ train will bo run to Old Point Troubles Sold on a positive guaran fort from Lexington under tho aus tee at 25c and 50c FRIDAY JUNE 5 1891 J W Gayle Druggist pices of the Missionary Society of 9 FRIDAY JUNE 26 1891 FRIDAY JULY 17 1891 the Main street Christian Church Only 13 for the round trip and LIVING special low rates at the Hygeia Hotel IS LIFE WORTH FECES for those who go on this excursion Not if you go through the world a BLEEDING BLIND or ITCHING Dr Ackers Dyspepsia dyspeptic Make your arrangements to go as Tablets are a positive cure for the Cured wltavMit any surgical operation and ww little or no pain this will be the cheapest and most worst forms of Dyspepsia Indiges- Â¬ Flatulency and Constipation desirable excursion from Lexington tion Chloroform Ligature or Knife Guaranteed and sold by this season 9 J W Gayle Druggist It not necessary with this mode of treatmeh Tickets good to return until August FISTULA XN ANO 8th and holdors may stop at any of Is cured the Virginia resorts on return trip House nil Lot for Sale FISSURES For explanatory circular see or ad-Â¬ Cored wltlwat cutting or tearing dress any railroad agent or 7 OCATED ON EWINft STREET CONTAINING 13 To Â¬ Only to Old Point Coin fort Va and Re Â¬ CANT SLEEP NIGHTS 1 FOR SALE 1 2i f Kelley SOTS MriiT I ifiLK ii a OF THE JEW oirer for stle the old ground surrounding the Church buildlnc and same near Beaks Mill For terms Av ajiply to JOs Pfctll p hit THE TRUSTEES WEBethel Baptist Church a m V M JAS DUVALL GAINES CAPITAIi 1 1 mwn 1 iuluiipiluli V4 MAIN STREET WttOXJT ig MAGIC 0 mtoh r FKAKKFOKT KY IIFIHCRF f 1 AyBf75WrvTXTiK M X ilO MILES i1 G W Barney Ohas A G A Delong L Brown G P A W H BOSWELL lj Grooms and n hull House In good repair Lot UK x 800 Fruit of almost every variety upon the place ulso ii line arbor of grapes 1or terms 4c upply on the premises to Mrs Mary J Watkins May 30 ULCERATION DrSetl CATARR rwtsfismAwmbcsw w vraWini Wi nmmiyim rTTiiiiaTrT mmu TUE SUORTEST AND QUICKEST xaizsjsKsitsmni av Lexington Ky tf Administrators Notice man who refuses to look at a circus procession would actually want a fairer plan than Ganters ma PERSONS KNOWING TnEMSELVES IN the to the gio chicken cholera cure is sold on ALL requested estate offonvtirdlate Andrew to come nnd Flynn which is no cure no pay Sold by at onceare nil those having claims againstsettle the and present them properly proven for Phil Oarpentor estate will m m arly for nearly tevenjearb and the many cures he has maoe among the wealthy and Imuran citizens are sufficient erldence of his success t It is now a well established fact that man enses ot the stomach liver kidney bladdei womb and nervous system are either caused gi UKKravated by the coexistence ot PILES flST LA FISaUBEorRBCTAL DLCKR BRVKRXNCSS 01 tho bowel oared hat now been Ttsttlngthls J 1 cltyw settlement Children Cry for Pitchers Castorla MaySO at John Hatenucukh Administrator If Human Instinct So poworful is Mack Salvers Cos 1 human instinct that k Darnells Stable some of its suggestions bocomo em- Â¬ cus- Â¬ bodied in social and household toms The pooplo know and feol FBIDATB AHD SATURDAYS that at tho beginning of tho spring Fresh Meats of all Kinds pamphlets describing these diseases and thl season the system needs analtorativo mode ot treatment seat tree U any one by a dressing and a purifying tonic and stimulant ALWAYS ON HAND In all parts of tho country it is tho KELLEY M IK custom for tho housowifo to dose hor We will run wagons on both sides of tho river W nnd deliver goods In anypaitof the city sassafras tea Among tho brood with 950 West Eighth St Cincinnati O simple remedies that our ancestors Co MackfSalyers mr CONSULTATION FREE -- C empioyeu mis uecuuwuu hub uu tv IMt tinuedtonolditaown The demand Ite Apnue- u fJdN J -- VI ri ii iViJLiU New Meat Market 223 Mnln Street near Mannun David Moore Benson Ky M Wlthrnw Frnnltfort Ky DR KBELBTS office ana residence Is at K West Eighth street Cincinnati and where h may be touiid every 7 ot each week EXCEPT Dr K K Gober Frankfort Ky Franklin Morris Graefensburg J T Stateu Frankfort Ky V Herberlcn Frankfort Ky Be L P Holett Benson Ky A H McClure Frankfort Ky Richard Ferguson Frankfort Kf W J Hughes Frankfort Ky Jas Tho JlAoic kemovek fills a long felt want with owneis of IIoics or Mules with Waits Knots Irniscs CiUb Strains Sprains OM Sores Barb Wire Cuts etc It makes no difference how jong tho knot lias been there or if it i not of tho how hanl it i bone wo will take it oil on tho NO CURE NO PAY plan In removing tho knot tho hair comes off ami tho placo becomes very tore when you stop using it tho hair comes back its original color ami not a trace of tho knot is left For plan of insurance etc call at the umerigneiUlruggists and bring your animal with you f Georgetown Entire fc to Time 25 Hours Baggage Car Day Coacho Sleepers run through without change Trains TUE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST Georgetown to Jacksonville Ala Time 26 Hours Througl sleepers without change Tho Short line tietw cen Cincinnati and Tlrno 2tj Hours Lkxinoton Ky v Tknn Knoxvule N C 17 ASHhVILLK CltATTANOOOA ATLANTA TKNN 11 I For Sale by 1J Direct Connections at New Orleans port for Texan Mexico and CallroIeavo Frankfort via Kentucky via Georgetown 515a Quicker than any oM All trams arrive atue Depot Cluclnnfitl or Rates Map UllOUMillAM ALA Gi 15 am iunr P H CARPENTER SOUTH SIDE DRUGGISTS t JU OC HAH jimHI i -- an i i AafMMt fl BTf a jiM - i iu i it j3jU4l3 j rHi i ji1v i mi ii J 1 j m j jb iMifi II iinvn i i m V III In III v I lib i i JWaK i ipa ll 1W ht III III II ilMH MkBIIaniBBaaiaaaBr Ill lViUuJ2t t rr JEm HO B3im mSkm JHJP wwirtriijVJiTirrtMriiljLWWMuiwwwwiiMiwwuj MimMUmillMll IP IBIHIH nilll mjniwm CRUTCHER K u- Bjr riflhhk flfek tfB aBk Hfc flEJfek iRA PRICEIjISX 1 S Vr I Sboes I 25 1 SI Q UUI bill ill 111 Bogs J GOMrens FURNISHING Hat GOODS 15c Mens Suspenders Hats Hats nice v i oo Kip Plow Shoe Buckle Plow Shoe 50c Blue Camlet Pants SUITS 25c Knee Pant 5c Boys and Mens Straw 25c Childrens Straw Hats 50 Genuine Grain Plow Shoe 60c Extra Size Blue Camlet Pants three styles styles 50c 65c 75c up to 3 00 65c Gray Double and Twist Cot ton Pants 40c Sat Knee Pants four styles 25c Mens Suspenders Mens Dress Shoes 3 75 1 A large assortment of Straw Hats Gray Plaid Sat Suit six dif 50c 60c 75c a grand display of 35 c 50c 75c 1 00 The largest ferent colors Knee Pants stock of Suspenders in the all styles M qualities 25 Lace and Congress Dress Shoes 1 country 1 200 different styles 50 to 75 4 50 Black Cotton Worsted Suit Mens Lace and 5 75c Knee Pants Suits four styles 30c Good Strong Working Shirts 1 Fine Fur Hats Crushers ffl Congress Dress Shoes 2 00 00 Rays Sat Suits to 3 00 Mens Calf extra 6 00 Blue and Green Plaid Suits 50 Knee Pants Suits four styles 50c Fine Domet Working Shirts good goods 3 1 00 Genuine Dongola Lace or Congress 7 50 Dark blue Cheviot Suits 75 2 00 2 50 forty different Dunlap Soft ai styles 4 00 Mens Hand made Calf Shoe 3 8 4 00 Mens Australian Kangaroo 00 two 3 50 4 00 50 5 00 thirty-- 00 Blue Flannel Suits Dunlap Stiff 60c The Best Unlaundried 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 Linen Handkerchiefs saw you ever you prices 20c 25c Mens 65 different styles Plaid Cassimere Blue and Black Chev- Â¬ 8 50 All Wool Chevfot Suits three iot 75c 1 00 up to 5 00 Ladies Low Shoes I 00 Patent Tip Dongola 1 different colors 2 75 3 00 Boys Long Pant Suits pieces four different Our space not sufficient to give turn Dongola 10 00 English Gray and Fancy three styles 25 Patent Trimmed Striped Suits Undershirtsfand Drawers 4 00 to 4 50 Boys three stvles pieces a 16 turn I 25 Common Sense Dongola 12 50 Plaid Check Blues five dif- Long Pants ten different SC I 25 Misses Strap and Buckle 1 ferent lines to select from 15c The largest stuck of Socks in the country 8c ioc Trunks Bags 3 25 Misses Patent Tip Oxford 15 00 A grand display of Cassi meres Cork screw Diagonals 37 4c 50c Undershirts and Draw 6 50 Victory Cassimere Suits Â¬ Zink Trunks 3 00 to 12 00 U ers white and drab mixed Ladies and Misses 18 ten different colors 7 50 Silk Mixed Suits Leather Trunks 9 00 to 30 00 25c 00 French and English Cassi mercs both Sack and Frock 8 00 Cheviot Suits terns several pat Shirt Waist Domets Splendid Bags 40c to 2000 value and styles All kinds 1 00 Ladies Dongola Button 25 35c 50c Domet and PercalgShirt Waist 20 00 Clay Diagonals English and 9 00 10 00 1 Cheaper than you can 1 Ladies Dongola Button 1 00 12 00 a grand Cheviot different eleven buy the goods 1 50 Ladies Extra Fine Dongola French Worsteds display of Flannels Button Diagonals styles 8jc ioc 15c Mens Linen lars any style Col- Â¬ bs 2 00 Ladies Dongola turn Com- - 25 00 Fine Clays Custom made Cutaways and Double breasted mon Sense and Opera 2 50 Ladies Hand turned Dongola Common Sense and Opera Toe 1 Frocks I2jC 15 15c Mens Celluloid Collars 00 Boys Clay Worsted Suits beautifully made 00 for Boys and Misses Genuine Grain Shoes for school heel and 30 00 The Finest Clay Custom I2c Custom- One doz White Ties ire as ioc 25c 50c 75c Sunday Canes 18 made Double breasted Frock 00 and 20 00 the Finest -made 1 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 RPTGHER FRANKFORT TTJmgjmBmAJjkLltMgmlBRimJJmtL fe Fourth STARKS fTjygvjS aMBMHBHMWfciiJAlfc Jefferson LOUISVILLE AtM jLfr tJyflaB itlK W t rlf wuKifl J V affr