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W The Volume XIV Educational Frankfort Koundabout A GEO A LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance FRANKFORT Highest of all In Ltiurening Powcrv T7 noon Fare for the round trip from Frankfort 626 The census reports returned to the Oounty Superintendent foot up as jNo No Let us the common school course have a largo class this year For the benefit of those who wish to attend the S T A at Henderson on the 24th inst we give the following information Leave Frankfort on the 23d at 230 arrive at Hender son about midnight or stay over night in Louisville leave there at 8 a m arriving at Henderson about Teachers will please remember that KVIilnv fhn 26th Inst will be the dav ibr the examination of graduates of Â¬ It Pays Baking S Govt Report Aug KYf JUKE aj 6 1891 Number 3fr I 18891 -- Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE TO BTD3T PROM- - R K McCLURE WHO FOR THE Is now receiving and opening the LARGEST AND MOST COM- Â¬ PLETE LINE of ladies mens misses and childrens of White Males of White Females 1917 1786 243 222 No of Colored Males No of Colored Females 3703 465 FRANKFORT MALE ACADEMY A and English School for boys and young The Third Annual Session begins Monday Sept 7 189 For terms etc address classical -- Total ferl 4168 men 1 ic Zu of Whites reported last 3855 year 2o of Colored reported last 440 year No Total 4295 25 Azidrs-7- total loss of 127 The total number reported this year in the white and colored 2453 reported last year 2723 less this year than last 270 Let every one remember the Edu- Â¬ cational Mass Meeting on the 4th of July next Several prominent speak Â¬ ers have been invited and are expected to be present As soon as we have heard from all who have been invited we will publish the programme in this column Now let every one go to work and do something to makeÂ¬ this the grandest edncational meeting ever held in the State Anew era is about to dawn upon our State and the friends of education should arouse themselves and keep pace with the forward movement County Superintendent Â¬ a gain of Showing a loss of 152 white and colored pupils and a JuneG 3m lir uJLler Case Frankfort K7 Resolutions of Bridgeport i u Whereas The Farmers and La- Â¬ borers Union of Bridgeport Lodge No 2205 have learned with sorrow of the death of Chester E Armstrong and C W Taylor the former died on Saturday morning the 3d of May the latter on Saturday morning the Close Observer 16th therefore Resolved That in the death of these country can Persons living in the get bread and rolls fresh every day two brothers we recognize the handÂ¬ of Providence and bow in meek sub39 tf at M Busams Resolved That the Bridgeport Lodge has been deprived of two of her best members in whom the type of true co laborers were fully exemplified Mrs Henry Williams left last week and that the community has lost two of the most highly and respected citi- Â¬ for a short stay in New York zens Miss Martha Williams returned a Resolved That we tender the grief few days since from atrip toHarrods stricken families our sympathies as a burg Union Resolved That a copy of these reso- Â¬ week for Mr Ed Norman left last lutions be sent to the families of the French Lick Springs to spend the deceased a copy spread upon the summer secretarys book ana also a copy sent Mr W M Booker who has been in to the Frankfort Roundabout- for the South for several months is at publication home visiting his parents Done by order of the Lodge at the Capt John Thompson will run an regular meeting held Saturday night excursion to Danville to the District May22d 1891 C M Jenkins Lodge meeting next month G D Hancock Messrs John Dehoney Bearley W H Parrent Committee Thompson and B Knight have gone to inuiami io upturn mu buuilibi The city school commencement For Rent The two story brick will take place soon at the Opera residence on Washington street House There will be thirteen young known as the First Presbyterian lady graduates Parsonage Possession given April Do not fail to attend the young 1st Apply to H H Watson or J W 27 tf The Pruett Odd Fellows entertainment handbills giving date etc will bo out soon It will be a grand affair St John A M E Ohurch will hold it rally soon It is hoped to raise All the fifteen hundred dollars The other Churches will assist money goes towards tho new build will look at the black eyes the rings and cliques have got in Kentucky If every honest man put his shoulder to tho wheel and awake and cone from under the arm of oppression and make a careful study and victory will crown their efforts with equal rights to all and special privileges to none What the laborer needs is honest legislation and justice f SHO E S In Frankfort all of which will be sold at prices to suit the We have times mission to his divine will Among tlie Colored Citi zens Â¬ HATS HATS A carpenter by the name of M S Powers fell from the roof of a house in East Des Moines Iowa and sus- Â¬ tained a painful and serious sprain of the wrist which he cured with one bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm He says it is worth 5 a bottle It cost him 50 cents For sale by J W GAYLE 39 4t For men boys and children DERBV STRAW AND FELT - Zilpali lively rate Welcome to the copious showers Farmers are finishing work at a Books and Stationery Remember the old stand Mrs Moore and son visited J C JDeakins and family last week George Bright and family visited relatives on the ridge Sunday last Owen Moore and daughter Georgia visited relatives on the ridge Sunday 212 ST CLAIR ST And go there when you want to buy last IN Milborn of Bagdad visited the river near Mt Carmel Saturday and Sunday last Mrs Bettie Moore and Mrs Annie Gordon visited Mrs Margarette Jones Monday last There will bo a grand mass meeting at Fallen Rock Lodge June 4 at ing night Every one is invited Our people will regret to part with Mrs Emily Gordon and daughters tho class of the Normal School that Mattie Lizzie and Sallie visited has just finished the course They relatives in this vicinity Saturday made quite a fine impression during and Sunday their residence here We wish them Bro Oatchum slack up and be all success ready to go a berrying we see Decoration day was not so well there is a fine bloom Probably the celebrated by tho Colored G A R as sun wont shine too hot usual this year which is greatly to Very few of tho Charles Pearkin near this place bo regretted accidenally cut his hand very bad veterans were out to do honor to Saturday causing him to faint and their dead comrades rendering his hand useless for the Public exorcises have been given present at the Normal School this week L B Lee near Bethel Church filled Tuesday was Agricultural Day and Rev J A Headsregular appointment Wednesday Literaru Day whileÂ¬ at Lebanon Church 3d Saturday and Thursday evening vne CommenceSunday in May He also organized a ment took place at the Opera House and very enSabbath School same time and place All were well attended was very suc lovable Tho School We find a great many have taken cessful during tho past year and is a wrong view of the third party now second to none in tho State movement and claim that the birth of the third party at the Cincinnati Death has been in our midst of nnnfnronnn was of Alliance lineace late The first to go was Uncle Ho was a good but this is incorrect It was only the Abe Patterson by and putting on of a new suit with a cold christiannext well liked wasevery one to go Thomas that made it resemble a The water bath who was so unfortunately Bo it remembered Morton new birth White Ho was a that the Alliance is not a new born shot by Policeman strove to provide for birth dates back to man who always babe but its cnac nis Declaration of Independence It is his family ana now they have loss the only awakened out of a deep sleep leaves them desolato clothed with manly actions in the sympathy of many friends He died buried fullest term Its birth is not of an on SaturdayB and waswhich he by tho was a F of lineage but its ances- Â¬ order of U illegitimate The third victim was tors are of pure an untainted bloodÂ¬ mefcijor Tho third partyjpivement is con- takWgfrom tho ranks of tho em Hotel Joseph trary to Alliajpr principles in tho pldlkB of tho Capital lived an hon Â¬ died as ho fullest ternMNervous Democrats Snth whoHo was buried Monday by need htiyojfa apprehension on the est man of art ofJT third party movement the U B F His which he also wasÂ¬ fellow employes atho AJnanco evidently proposes to a member A ends they desire by using tended the funeral in a body party as a means large number of friends attended all fDemocratio Is has been plainly revealed if you the funerals Â¬ Oetrnrietg es Dj ZMZetstin Bros IS PLACE -- Surreys Fheatons ggies JE2ot Ostirts slxxcL IHIilBHiiiifffliiii S to TZHIJE IODS- - t p 39 a J CD m m mt rl r dSf rl III xA fJZAl3rai sulwJr ST 0 y All styles of hand made Harness Saddles Buggy Dusters Fly Nets Horse Boots and other Turf Goods mm 1 mV fi Court House in Georgetown and on Thursday Georgetown College com- Â¬ Miss Morrle Qillum is visiting rela- Â¬ mencement comes off at the same tives in Rnsseilville place MiBS Pntffe Marshall is visiting Tuesday evening tho closing exer Â¬ friends in Georgetown cises of Jessamine Female Institute Mr Willis L Wayts of Georgetown Nicholasville of which Institution was in the city Monday Miss M F Hewitt formerly of this Miss Fannia Gray of Louisville is city is principal will commence visiting Mrs W H Sneed with a musical concert at the Court Miss Floy Dallam of Henderson is House and on Wednesday the com Â¬ visiting Mr R M Aldridge mencement will take place Major Mrs 0 H Hatchitt of Scott coun- Â¬ H T Stanton of this city will ty iB visiting relatives here deliver the annual address and MJbs Cordie Cannon of Louisville sixteen young ladies will graduate spent the past week in this city Miss Annie Abraham of this city Mr Robert Phythian of Cincinnati being of the number iB visiting his mother in this city Across the Deep to the Far West Miss Sallie Swope of Louisville is the guest of Miss Rose Crittenden n steamboats cars and stage coaches ITos Miss Laura Lindsay of Mt Sterling tettcrs Stomach Bitter Is carried as tho most Important Item In the materia medlca of the iB the guest of Miss Florence Stanton traveling public It deprives vitiated brack Â¬ Miss Mattie Tanner has been quite ish water of Its hurtful properties and ex Â¬ sick the past week but is much bet- Â¬ ecrable flavor counteracts tho pernicious Personal Terrible i t lilies Slaughter AND READ THE WfcwMM for IN GOODS COME TO OUR STORE AND Infants and Children Castorlft rare Bout Stomach Diarrhoea EructaUon Kill Worm gtrea sleep and promotes dt Wii thoutlnjurti oufl medication For aereral yean I hate recommended Castoria and shall always continue to Sour as It has invariably produced beneficial results Edwin F Pardki M D M The WInthrop 123th Street and 7th Are New York City COMPAJfT WE WILL SAVE MONEY FOR YOU Our buyer now in New York has overloaded us with cheap goods and if you will take a few minutes time and read a few of our prices you will agree with us Come now and call early as prices will make the articles go fast C m t ort U bo well utepted to chOdxea thai I recommend it m superior to any prescription II A Amentia M D known to mo Ul Bo Oxford Bt Brooklyn K T Oolie OotwHpatlon The use of Castoriato ounlTersal and that it aeoma a work ot supererogation to endorse it Few are the do not keep Castoria intelligent families who within easy reach CiBLoa Mattic DD New York City Bloomingdle Beformed Church Late Fstor Its merits bo well known TBOI CKKTITO ter derson Miss Nellie Rodman went to Louis Â¬ ville Tuesday to visit Miss V V Nicholas Dryden -- OConnor The Misses Loundsbury of Stam Â¬ ford Conn are the guests of Miss Tuesday evening at 8 oclock Mr Mary Ely James H Dryden oldest son of Mr Miss Fannie Taylor is at home from school at Sayre Institute to spend John B Dryden of the Evening Jour- Â¬ nal and Miss Maggie E OConnor the vacation Mr Edmund Haynes Taylor left sister of Mr J Desmond OConnor Monday for Louisville where he will of the Roundabout force were mar Â¬ reside in future ried nt the residence of the brides Miss Kate Halloran left Tuesday mother on High View Rev Father afternoon for Nazareth to attend the Gorey of the Church of the Good commencement Shepherd officiating Major J Alex Grant and wife left Jimniie had prepared a nest for his Monday morning for a visit to rela- bird and the day Sfter the wedding tives in Evansville the young couple settled down to Mr R C Church of the Forks of housekeeping in one of the neat new Elkhorn who has been very ill is cottages upon Arlington Heights able to be out again Misses Adelma Crutcher and Eva CATARRH REMEDY Macklin arrived Wednesday from A SHILOHS marvelous cure for Catarrh school at Shelbyville Diphtheria Canker mouth and Miss Corinne Blackburn who has Headache With each bottle there been visiting Miss Joe Duvall lefc is an ingenious nasal Injector for the more successful treatment cf these Monday for Louisville complaints without extra charge Mr M P Craig of San Antonio Price 50c Sold bv J W Gayle 37 visiting friends in this Texas was section the first of the week Married in Louisville Miss Lila Johnson who has been visiting Mrs Judge Bennett went Mr Orlando B Gayle the popular home to Bardstown Monday young druggst of tliiy city and Miss Mrs W H Grider left for her Bettie Graves of Union county home in Russellville last Saturday were married in Louisville on Wed Â¬ after a visit to friends in this city Â¬ Mrs May Winn of Winchester is visiting Mrs W F Dandridge in this city Mrs Jacob Swigert returned Mon day afternoon from a visit to Hen Â¬ effects upon the stomach of bad or indigestible food remedies cramps heartburn and wind upon tho stomach It Is a fine def enso against malarial disorders nullifies the effects of ex Â¬ cessive heat cold and damp relieves sick headache and li an incomparable cure for costlveness and biliousness Tho fatigue of travel often tells most disastrously upon in Â¬ valids and convalescents occasionally to such an extent as to Jeopardize life Persons In feeble health apprehensive of bad effects from travel will If provided with tho J5ltttersbe far less likely to have their fears realized 77 MuHttAY STKBXT NEW YOWL Silk Parasols gold plated handle 00 Silk Parasols oxodized handle 1 125 Rain Umbrellas 50c Unlaundried white shirts 35c Lace 5c assorted 500 yards ICOUSSENS FOR IGHTNING INIMENT BEAST k Lnwur m patterns Our ribbon in MAN uEjFwTriE OR prices cant be beat 200 Pack pins a paper ic 500 Ladies Hankerchiefs Linen fast colors 5c Velvet and Leather Belts 25c Caps Caps Caps new styles 25c Soap Soap Soap 3 cakes 5c Aprons Embroidery Inserting IftAFE UME LAME BK sani1 JPRAIrtfEiifc oa- l- fc52YeFRfHEuMWM abdi irAiOiJ rilRPC PEEDYW RKHAfWoH TAYuOfiMEDG To S arj -- I t n CS Mn Jay-Eyo-S- Mrs Sam M Gaines who visited Mrs Caswell Bennett last week has returned to her home in Maysville Mrs S P Browder and daughter Miss Mary left Tuesday afternoon for a visit to relatives in Louisville Mrs Agnes H McClure and Mrs M J Lewis lefc Monday for a visit to home Mrs Walter Kelly in Hopkinsville Mr Brent Moore and wife oj Like a Good Conundrum Louisville who have been visiting Mrs Saml R Smith returned home Is life because everybody must give Saturday it up But you neednt be in a hurry about it Life is worth the living To Mr and Mra Geo D Baldrick and prolong it is worth your untiring children who have been visiting Mr effort Dont give up without calling and Mrs L Tobin left Monday for to your rescue that grand old family their home in Lebanon medicine Dr Pierces Golden Medical Many a wornout exhaustMiss Maud Wayts of Georgetown Discovery been visiting Miss Mattie ed body has it made over good as new who has Jones on Logan street returned It strengthens builds up invigorates assisting nature and not violating it home Monday afternoon Cures liver disease indigestion and Miss Mary Garrett is home for the all blood taints and humors Sure Bummer from Hampton College and lasting benefit guaranteed or She is with her mother money refunded All druggists Louisville at Col Thos H Corbetts Miss Lida Moore of Catlettsburg Her 19U1 Birthday spent from Wednesday afternoon until Thursday morning with friends Miss Mamie Sower celebrated her in this city en route to Texas 19th birthday by entertaining a McDonald wife and number of her young friends at the Squire Pat daughter Miss Jennie left Wednes- residence of her father Mr P C day evening for Paducah to attend Sower on Holmes street Wednesday the meeting of the Press Association evening She was the recipient of Hon Cromwell Adair and his wife many handsome presents who have been visiting Mr and Mrs Geo Berry have returned to their Wanted A good reliable cook home in Morganfield Union county Apply at the Farmers Bank m Mr Wm M Holeman of the Capital Monday afternoon for Null and Void office left Boston to attend the session of the International Typographical Union as The State Board of Education have the representative of Frankfort declared the election of school trus- Â¬ Union No 164 tees in Bellepoint last June as null Miss Adah J Poindexter of Green- - and void and directed the County 1 T T i WOOa lUlHHlbbippijUUU iuibb xruiu J c Seperintendent to order a new Fosdick of Fort Worth Texas who election to be held for two trustees have been visiting Mrs Geo A Lewis returned to school at Jessa to day mine Female Institute Monday after Boils abcesses tumors and even noon cancers are tho result of a natural Mr E L Samuel returned Thurs Â¬ effort of the system to expel the day from a visit to Detroit Michigan which the liver and kidneys Ayers Sar where he attended the meeting of ave failed to remove the General Assembly of the Presby- Â¬ saparilla stimulates all the organs to terian Church as one of the repre- a proper performance of their func- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Silk Veiling all colors 10c yd 5 a M y Satin Ties all colors 5c Itlsthobcstrreparfttlonlhnvooveruscdorlicard Black Lawn I2j4 and 15 cents of I heartily recommend it to all Horsemen Biack Lace and Embroidery We have hundreds of such testimonials y Lace Curtains very low Frce 8150 per hottte Askyourdrugglstforlt Ifho ffiTftc R does not ketprfcmlusa5csnmpsorRiIverfortrlaU6x tfl B Boys and Gents Straw Hats A y B EDDY CO Whitehall N Y rRAEitAnK Little Boys Sailor Suits made of Blue Flannel 75 cents TIME TABLE Gold Ribbons and Cords The following time tnble is now in PARLOR Fifty cents buys one of our effect upon the L N road TBAINS WEST French Stem Rose Wreaths nesday at the residence of the No231eavGeFrankfort 550 am brides aunt Rev W C Taylor of Will open in a few days a large So 17 leaves Frnukfort 935 a m Afcer the No 21 leaves Frankfort 300 p m this city officiating Bankrupt Stock of No 19 loaves Frankfort 700 pm being season ceremony the happy pair left for a visit to the home of the bride in TEAINS EAST Union county and will come to this 1020 a m No 18 leaves Frankfort when housekeep- Â¬ No 20 leaves Frankfort 45 1 p m to make their future city next week 2c with threo applications of Grove Fnrm homo Kucine Wis tays After trying of every known remedy I removed a larpo Iiincli of two years standing trom u 3 year old liliy J I Case flllckorv A iuinns ointmen a jM SUITS It the of Millinery Cools paper year Due notice will be given in this nati but We have a great many goods We have no time to mention the Come one call all and prices advantage of this low take price sale What do you say to our prices on Shoes Ladies shoes mixed lot 50c a 915 p m No 22 leaves Frankfort tiU5 p m No 24 arrives Frankfort Nos 23 and 21 still connect for Cincin Â¬ 21 ers are cleaning house byville No connection no longer connects for Shel 28 still makes Shelbyville Â¬ EPBRYAN Agent Assignees Notice IN Co as uebted to the linn ot B 11 McCoy signed are requested to come forward and settle their indebtedness And the creditors olsaid tlrm are hereby notllled to present their claims to the undersigned proven us required by law on J W GAYLE or before July 1st 1891 Assignee of B H McCoy ii Co Mar 28 3m PERSONS KNOWING THEMSELVES Â¬ papering and painting refitting their homes those needing Parlor Suits would do well ta call and examine our stock as we have on hand all the latest and most fashionable styles R pair Ladies shoes Kid shoes fine goods one Si 25 a pair lot HERETOFORE THE LAW PARTNERSHIP been by Young mens shoes one lot 1 a consent this between us hasWe will wind mutual up all day dissolved Persons Indebted to us old business together pair will settle with either J A SCOTT Childrens shoes all styles heel or J A VIOLETT June tf and spring heel 75c a pair Gents pants very low House aui Lot for Sale Boys knee pants G Young mens 75c a pair Dissolution Notice ROGERS SON May 2 ly NOTICE TO WHOM Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ trip sentatives of Ebinezer Presbytery tions He was hiehlv delighted with his New plaided boys suits Table oil cloth 15c a yard The above prices will last only a few days Latest style hats 150 worth 2 50 Black silk mitts 20c Colored silk mitts 10c 500 fans at 5c 15c suspenders worth 25c Silk belts Two dozen collar buttons 5c Fifty pair half moon ear rings 10c IT MAY CONCERN 7 OCATED ON EWING STREET CONTAINING Li Grooms and a hall House In good repair Lot 100 x 300 Fruit of almost every variety upon the place uko a Hue arbor of grapes I or terms die upply on the premises to May 30 AND OP tf Mrs Mary J Watkins SPECIAL TO INTEREST Live Stock Aubrey Williams DEALERS IN Fresh Meats and Groceries Corner of Bridge and Second streets Our wagon win null nt vour door every morning with choice cuts of meat Orders from the store or wagon will receive prompt attention avth io iui Ship OppifiE TTNTfiv o op the Cincinnati Stock Yaud Co Cincinnati May 14 1891 H G MATTEHU THE- - Children Cry for Pitchers Castorla ommenceiiients annual commencement of Eminence College took place on Thursday afternoon at which two mng ladies and two young gentle en were graduated Next Wednesday the commenoe of Georgetown ient exercises mnia Seminarv take place at the TKe DOCTOR indS Ileadacbe ilCKERS Constipation BlUouineu piesSmall - ine BaqKiupt Store udopted viz That on and after Monday May 181891 there will be no charge made for yardage and weighing on nny live stock sold at these yards At a meeting of the Board of Directors held thin iinv the following resolution was unanimously vi These Celebrated ENQLIBI1 PUlt are FoelUve Core for Blek W J LIPPINC0TT PURE PINK PILLS tend to ant and m favorite with the ladlei Sold In England or Is lHd la America for 85c Get them from your Dngaitta or W 11 131 St Clair Street 334 MAIN STREET President J FOR SALE residence on Main street now Hill Possession given 5th September next For terms c apply to JOHN W UODl MailliMf RODMANS TR occupied by U Oen UOOKXft CO S 40 TfMl HrotdwiT lUw Tori For sale by J W Gayle FRANKFORT KY mm viWlGBfFiy 7- - V 3 CO FRAtfKFOET ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT JUNE C 1811 disappeared and has not since been seen The citizens of that neighborhood are now on the look out for him and if ho is caught there will very likely be a hemp neck tye mati- Â¬ nee Â¬ Way Thank Her Stars Wants It Again Smith Cook of Hntton tho Kentucky giant has announced him solf as a candidato for Door keeper of the next Houso of Representatives and has commenced to canvass for the same Cnpt Why is it Georgetown and Paris each secured a reduction in the rates of inouranco after putting in water works but Frankfort who has a better system of wator works than either of the above mentioned cities failed to get a reduction and in some cases got an increase in rates Why is this thus Beautiful Residence aid of human hands or reach of any 25 and 50 cent bottles for medicine 39 4t sale by J W Gayle By reference to our advertising columns it will bo seen that Mrs Mary Watkins wishes to sell her houso ing and lot on Ewing street This is one The of the most beautiful cottage homes the crusher was in operation at time and making so much fuss in the city tho house is well built is all that could be that White did not hear the train and the location approaching in time to get out of the desired way An inqest was held by Squire J m D Moore and the body buried in the Mis Hcaltli graveyard at North Benson Church Mr John W McEwan of this city who has been in declining health for The New Superintendent several year3 left on Friday for New York where ho will place himself At the meeting of the School Board under the treatment of an eminent held on Tuesday evening Prof Mc specialist He was accompanied by Henry Rhoads of Hartford Ohio his wife and mother who will remain county was elected Superintendent of tho Public Schools of this city with him during his absence Prof Rhoads is a young man but has Cholera infantum has lost its terrorsÂ¬ had considerable experience as a since tho introduction of Chamber teacher and is a live progressive Cholera and Diarrhoea lains Colic Remedy When that remedy is used educator who will make a first class and the treatment as directed with Superintendent each bottle is followed a cure is cerAt tho same meeting Prof W H tain Mr A W Walter a prominent Mayo was re elected as principal of 111 says merchant at Waltesburg It cured my baby boy of cholera the Colored Public School infantum after several other remedies had failed The child was so low Transferred to North Â¬ that he seemed almost beyond the west Â¬ Mr Van Pelt Editor of the Craig Meteor went to a drug store at Hillsdale Iowa and asked the physi cian in attendance to give him a dose of something for cholera morbus and looseness of the bowels He says 4I felt so much better the next morning that I concluded to call on the physi cian and get him to fix me up a sup ply of tho medicine I was surprised when he handed me a bottle of Cham Â¬ berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhcoa Romedy Ho said ho prescribed it THE FIRST SYMPTOMS regularly in his practice and found it OF DEATH the best he could get or prepare I Tired feeling dull headache pains can testify to its efficiency in my case at all events For sale by J W in various parts of tho body sinking Gayle at the pit of tho stomach loss of ap Â¬ 30 lt petite foverishness pimples or sores aro all positive evidence of poisoned Killed at ISeuson blood No matter how it becamo avoid A man by tho name of John White poisoned it must be purified to Blood death Dr Ackers English employed by the L N Railroad at Elixir has never failed to remove the rock crusher just below Benson scrofulous or syphilitic poisons Sold guarantee Station was run over and killed under positive W Gayle Druggist 9 J Thursday morning by freight train No 30 due here at 530 in the mornArnica Salve Mo Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tho narrow escape of Mrs B M Searles of Elkhart Ind from a pre Â¬ mature death is wonderful She states that for twenty yeara my heart troubled mo greatly I became worse Had smothering spells short breath fluttering could not sleep on my left side had much pain inbreast ohouldcr Ankles stomach and swelled Had much headache and dizziness Treatment did rao no until I tried Dr Miles New Sood Cure and Restorative Nervine The first bottle helped mo and I was 3oon virtually cured For sale at J W Gayles dm store A fine book on tho Heart and Nerves free 4 C F BROWER Main and Broadway xJE2iisrc3 xoisr isz sr Furniture PARLOR SUITS ROCKERS EASY CHAIRS DIVANS Etc LOUNGE S SINGLE AND DOUBLE a IN 2TSSW AND HANDSOME Bitcklens For The best salve in the world foi Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Tetter Rheum Fever Sores Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns and all Skin Eruptions and positively cures Piles or no pay required It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money re funded Price 25 cents per box For sale by South Side drugstore Â¬ DESIGNS A SPECIALTY Â¬ Elegant finish quality of work the best and prices the lowest 5 iy P H Carpenter For Rent The two story frame residence on the corner of Logan and Cross streets Apply to Mrs A E Stephens Matresses and Pillows Made to Order By experienced workmen That Your Hair its youthful color fullness and beauty dress it daily with may retain JL Â¬ CO 1 the New Comuiaudery Cbmmandery of Knights Templar in this city a dispensation was granted for a new comraandery at Paris which will shortly be organized un- Â¬ der the name of Coaur DeLion Com mandery and will bo numbered 26 after working under the dispensation until the next grand conclave at Cov- Â¬ ington in May next At the late conclave of the Grand Mr Jos B Lewis of this city who has for the past two years been special U S Gauger for the district composed of Kentucky and Tennes- Â¬ see with headquarters at Louisville was on Monday transferred to the northwest with headquarters at St Louis The district in which he will Ayers Hair Vigor new growth of hair Dr J C Ayer Lowell Mass OF Carpets Furniture Wall Paper Draperies scalp cures humors and stimulates a It cleanses the RUBBER Co work in future embraces the States of Missouri North and South Dakota Kansas Nebraska and Arkansas He left Louisville Monday afternoon for his new field of labor ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION Mondays Court An average crowd was in town Monday to attend County Court and quite a number of sales of stock were made Diamond Bently the auctioneer reports the following sales made by him 8 horses from 1575 to 9550 4 mules from 25 to 9975 2 calves at 900 per head 14 calves at 1000 per G HOSE We cannot afford to sell you nor can you afford to use any cheap Hose To Deliver Sermon ana Address We have the pure Rubber stock which has stock the test better than any other CALL AND INQUIRE ABOUT IT AT EDdum Iwjk Eoii Company Rev H G Henderson leaves to- Â¬ day for Winchester to deliver the commencement sermon before the young men of the Kentucky Wes leyan College to morrow evening Mr Henderson will go Tuesday for Bowling Green to deliver the Annual Address before tho graduating class head 12 cattle at 2150 per head of Potter Female College Wednes- Â¬ milch cows from 1825 to 2010 June 10th at ten day morning oclock Will Address the Societies Â¬ Judge Wm Lindsay of this city will deliver an address to the Socie- Â¬ Headaches and fevers to cleanse ties of Georgetown College on Tues system effectually yet gently when day evening costive or bilious or when the blood is impure or sluggish to permanent Â¬ From Storehouse ly cure habitual constipation to awak Â¬ en tho kidneys and liver to a healthy It stands to reason that a medicine germs of conactivity without irritating or weak- which will destroy thoand counteractÂ¬ tagious blood poison lm tho effects of mercurial poisoning ening them use Syrup of Figs may be depended on to overcome tho diseases that havo their origin in Cutting tlie Pen malaria or that havp their seat in an Tuesday morning as the convicts impure condition of tho blood This is what S S S has dono and what it at the penitentiary were leaving will do as its popularity attests As their colls tho notorious King Bird a preventive and a remedy for tho who was sentenced to imprisonment long list of afiection that display tholr activity during tho for 27 years at the last term of the Cir summer months it stands spring and without a ouit Court for tho murder of Dick rival The secret of this is that it is Hardin a follow convict in tho peniten Â¬ a remedy drawn from natures own tiary crept up behind a negro named storehouse Wm Dickorson and pullinghishead Notice Piano Tuning back stabbed him twice on the TO DISPEL COIJDS Natures Â¬ at Mr Ohas Vauple tuner and cheek Tho artery of the temple was repairer will bo in piano city about tho Â¬ severed but the wounds are not con- Juno 10th First class factory work sidered serious guaranteed Leave orders at Averilla and with W M Cultor at Dehoney Grahams a Fiend The Deed of m right temple and through the right and not sooner 0 Thoonbersby which the alfairs of tho company shall bo controlled and directed shall bo a board of dlreclois of Ilvo In number thru of whom shall constitute a majority lor the translation of all business they shall be elected by tho stockholders who have paid up their stock at the end of every twelve mouths aftor the tlrst board shall hue gone Into existence but until a board shall havo been fully elected and pialUled underthe provisions of this act the old board shall remain In olllce G The corporation shall be conducted In Its aftalrs by a board of directors any three ot whom may act The board shall consist or nve persons one of whom shall be President three of the board shall constitute a majority and they shall be elected annually by the stock Â¬ holders who have paid up their stock 7 This corporation shall not at any time ex Â¬ ceed an Indebtedness of two thousand dollars per mile for eacli mile that may be made or put under contract 8 That prhate property shall be exempt from corporate debts Given under ourhands this 24th of December 1890 of becoming an Incorporated Company for the pur pose of constructing a turnpike road from the Franklin and Owen turnpike to the Peaks Mill and ElmvtUe turnpike road commencing at the toll house near Joeph Wiley who lives near the toll house on the Owen pike and from thence to run the most practicable route to Intersect the toad of the Peaks Jltll turnpike road com pany near Suter Staffords The company hereby Incorporated claim to exercise all the powers rights Immunities and privileges which aro granted designated or enumerated In section two chapter tltty six titled Incorporated com panies of General Statutes of Kentucky pages Mo The name of the corporation shall be and 517 Elkhorn Turnpike Hoad Company and Its princi Â¬ pal place of transacting business shall be swallow Held In the county of Franklin Z The business proposed to be transacted Is the conctructon of a turnpike road from the point above designated on the survey niado by D ll Woodson to intersect the Peaks 31111 turn Â¬ pike road ns aboe specilied a Tho amount of the capital stock of said company shall not be more than enough to con Â¬ struct said road say not exceeding two thousand dollars per mile It shall be paid In at tho times and In the proportions designated by the board of directors 1 The corporation shnll commence on or be Â¬ fore stock shall hao been subscribe to build one mile of said road The termination of the corpo rate existence ot the said company shall be limited by the act of the Legislature atoresald Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HAVE DAY ASSO THE UNDERSIGNED together THIS the purpose 1 elated themselves for GRAY CHURCHS HERE ARE MANY To clean tombstones To renew oil cloth To polish knives To scrub floors To clean dishas To whiten marble Dentists teclean false teeth Surgeons to polish tholrlnstruments Confectioners to scour their pans Mechanics to brighten their tools Cooks to clean tho kltchon sink Painters to clean off surfaces wS USES FOR To renovate paint To wash out sinks To remove rust To brighten metals To scour bath tuba To scour kettles EVERYBODY USES IT nonsemolds to scrnb marble Soon Chemists to rcmovo some stains Carvers to sharpen their knives Shrewd onos to scour old straw hats Soldiers to brighten their arms nooovators to clean carpets Engineers to elsan parts of machines Ministers to renovate ol J chapels Sextons to clean the tombstones Hostlers on brasses and whlto horses Artists to clean tbolr palattes Wheelman to clean bicycles EVERY ONE FINDS A NEW USE TAR Ol D PILES SALT RHEUM FOR MEDICINAL THE GREAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY FOR 5j5 GEO II WEBSTER J SHAMPTON Qf v Wo understand that one day last A DUTY TO YOURSELF week a man by tho name of Robert It is surprising that people will use Preston who lives in tho Bald Knob a common aordinary pill when they can secure valuablo English ono for procinctraviBhed a little tho same money Dr Ackers Ene girl by the namo of Katie Yont llshpillsaroajpostKuo euro for slok tho daughter1 of a noighbor Ho was hoaoaoho and all liver troubles They arrested andHurned ovorto Squire aro small sweet easily taken and do not gripo E Q Loo who thinking tho scoun- Â¬ 0 J W Gayle Druggist drel had not accomplished hid hellish design sot him to work in his corn- Â¬ Fresh broad evory day at Busams field and shortly afterward Preston confectionery St Clair street 39 tf olovon-year-old STATK OF KKNTTCKY MAHION WEBSTER ROBERT H GRAHAM AD CALVERT f ECZEMA WOUNDS PILES BURNS c n tBThN tmZSmfttfM 1601 I N B Smith Clerk of the County Court for tho County and State atoresald do certify that the foregoing Articles of Incorporation of Tho Elkhorn Turnpike Hoad Company was on the Jd day of Feb 1811 produced to me in said county and acknowledge belore mo bi Geo 11 Webster J S Hampton anil Marlon Webster to bo their act and deed Tho same was again produced to mo on tho 1st day ot March lMUund acknowledged before me by Robert 11 Graham and A D Cal vert to be their act and deed whereupon tho same together with this certificate huvo been duly recorded In my olllce ilven under my uiiiiu tins litu day or May Â¬ CountvofFhunkun SORES CROUP BRONCHITIS Send three two cent stamps for free sample box and book price 50 CENTS vvTHROIDSOHP j BATH TOILET AND NURSERY PURPOSES May lG it N B SMITH For sale by CFCC JAR OID CO CHICAGO ILL ZFIHIXI OsEBEaSrTZBsXB Decl3 ly mkw EBRW wvvwyq TivwjpT f is vnju - S I WORKINGMEN Â¬ W tfl 111 tx 1 1H 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 clothing for himself and family at prices which are undoubtedly the very owest to iv I CrOJMCIES am now doing business mwMkmtMmM H B with one half the expense that other houses have therefore I am able and willing to give my customers that benefit large stock of Mens Youths Boys and Childrens sjsie yv caqnaMUfe 3XJH Besides I bought a For less than manufacturers prices which I now offer at a great sacrifice Also remember I have moved my clothing stock formerly on the comer to my dry goods store Call and see lor yourself before purchasing elsewhere and you will never regret it mmmmwmmtm umntsrik iuiiui rOT -- Jra43teL VU WaUS 24 Religions We would ST OZ IS2 STREET Dr Hales Household OintÂ¬ Miles absolutely cures catarrh It cures Cures neuralgia and rheumatism Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum in the most soothing manner Cures made1 Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids The usual services at the Baptist Cures Coughs and Colds Can be bruises Cuts taken internally Ohurch to morrow morning at 11 burns chilblains sores of long stand- Â¬ oclock and 8 p m will be conducted ing corns and bunions are cured AND DEALER IN- quickly different from all else supe- Â¬ Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria Ty Eev W 0 Taylor the pastor rior to all else it has no equal 25 and cheapest Sold Kev J McOlusky Blayney D D 50c boxes large sizedrug store South For Sale A fine young mare and Gas at Phil Carpenters colt For terms apply to Ohas will occupy his pulpit at the First Side 52 STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO Jenkins Bridgeport or W K Utter PIPE AND FITTINGS ETC Church to morrow Presbyterian JOB AND CONTRACT WORK ALL WORK back this city morning at 11 oclock and 8 p m GUARANTEED ministers and officers o I churches in the city if they would furnish us with any announcements which they may wish be grontly obliged to the Is the finest cure in the world ment Nerve and Liver It Pills An important discovery They act on the liver stomach and bowels through the nerves A new principle They speedily cure biliousness bad taste torpid liver piles and constipa- Â¬ tion Splendid for men women and children Smallest mildest surest 50 doses for 25 cents Samples free at 45 ly J W Gayles Frankfort Ky iKJ DWARD -- PI3ACTICiLI Plumber GasSteam Fitter FRANKFORT KENTUKOY Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Closets Rev George Darsie preaches at the Christian Church to morrow at 11 and 800 as usual The Younc Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor meets in the chapel at 730 p m The usual services at the Church of the Good Shepherd to morrow will When Baby was sick we gaTe her Castorla When she was a Child she cried for Castorla When she became Miss she clung to Castorla When she had Children she gave them Castorla 1 ft I raj szijk KLQUH DEALEB IN In rear of Salenders Grocery No Money Selling Out W MSPK WMmss yh - Required of Responsible Parties to Commence Treatment pimp iititf VMTT MMtVt rpwprBv be conducted by Rev Father Gorey We will now cive the benefit of the pastor low prices and invite all to see us as First mass at 8 a m Second we will close out our stock at the old mass 1030 a m Vespers at 3 stand by July 1st Builders Hardware Paints Oils p m Glass Carpenters Tools Blacksmiths Rev W S Giltner will preach at and Wagon Material Iron Harness and Saddles Farming Implements Pleasant Hill Ohurch near Peaks Binder twine All must go Wall paper 5i cts 6i cts 7h cts Mill this evening at 7 oclock and toGilts 7 cts 9 cts 12 cts 15 cts 18 morrow morning at 11 o clock To morrow afternoon at 3 oclock cts Agents for Woods Reapers and Rev Polk South will preach at the Mowers Birdsdells Clover Hullers same place Corner and the Peerless Engines Broadwav and Lewis street O E Collins The Third Quarterly Meeting for Bro this Conference year will be held at the New store corner of Main and Methodist Church in this city to day Lewis streets and to morrow Rev H P Walker For Sale A brood mare with D D of Lexington will preach this suckline mule colt price 60 In 37 tf morning at 11 oclock and to morrow quire on Arnolds Hill morning and evening Darbys Prophylactic The Sunday school meets at 930 a m Use it in every sick room Will The Epworth League convenes in keen the atmosohere pure and the class room at G45 p m wholesome removing all bad odors Â¬ Communion services in the Sout- from any source Will destroy all Disease Germs hern Presbyterian Church to morrow infection from all Fevers and all morning ana also me ooservance oi the seventh anniversary of the contagious diseases The eminent physician J Marichurch In the afternoon there will 4 oclock in on Sims of New York says I be a special service at day Also am convinced that Proi Darbys observance of childrens preaching to night and to morrow Prophylactic Fluid is a most valu be night The pastor will TVf assisted in able disinfectant 21 TVispr nV Viici ooi vioft Tav A public are cordially HJlBir Lexington The Mil aiery iuvitea to auena an inose services We offer all trimmed and un Answer Tliis Question trimmed bounces and hats at greatly reduced prices Why do so many people we see Co Sam D Johnson around us seem to prefer to suffer and be made miserable by IndigesFrencia Gingham tion Constipation Dizziness Loss of IS cts for French Gingham worth Appetite Coming up of the Food Â¬ mm AND niAMnNns Watches Clocks wKm SOLID SILVER Silver Plated Ware 233 vlKW sZZg- - Wjik St Clair street Watches Clocks and Jewelry Repaired May 2 lr UNION KENTUCKY RAILWAY GO EFFECTIVE TIME CARD GOIXG EAST yMysssj mtyMMmiTmmnNmxistmmv DECEMBER 21ST 4 1890 30U i m 0 I 1 Leave Lexington Leave Arrive Arrive Leave Arrive Cluy City Leave Winchester Lumber Point Three Forks Three Forks Elkatawa GOIXG WEST m in 1130 a in 125 p in 25 0 30 C D 451 ill ill ArrUe Three Forks Leae Three forks Arrive Lumber Point Arrive Clay City Arrive Wlnclieater Leao Klkiituna 10 835 a in W a m COD a 111 COS a m 7 37 Â¬ 1 30 a 111 U 30 a m Arrive Lexington Connections nimlo at Lumber Point with steamer for Beattjvllle Elkatuvvn Is neatest JS3JJP3-JaL-fiikrs- i 1W AJ JL jL 5 station to Jackson Ky Trains between Three Folks and Lexington run dally between Three The vtll knvn SURGEON and PEC1AIJIRT of Cincinnati O formerly Resi Â¬ Forks ami hlkutaua dillj bundais excepted Physician of the Philadelphia Gkkzral HosrnAL and Physiciak-in-Charg- e dent J L MUHPHY of the Ohio MnmcAi Institutk has for thirty years devoted his attention to General Passenger Agent the treatment of CHRONIC NERVOUS FEMALE AND SURGICAL DISEASES such as Bronchitis Cutorrh Cough Rheumatism all diseases of the Stomaoh Bowels Reelum Liver Kidneys iladder Sexua Organs Heart Nerves and Brain diseases of the Eye and Ear Deformities etc HE WILL BE AT THE a 111 WSisa O 3TE 3D-A-5T iMyhzSlWI i fSktt i I MSSI JIkinlwwCv -- 110 miles Â¬ Yellow Skin when for 75c we will 25 cts sell them Shilohs Vitalizer guaran- Â¬ 24 cts for French Gingham worth teed to cure them Sold by J V 29 cts 37 49 cts for French Gingham worth Gavle 00 cts Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria Sam D Johnson Co mmim2TmM WMWMH jSp TUE SflORTEST AND QUICKEST mmWw3M nt xaL8ti2smi frvVAWM3zr Wt to m AHKFORTKY And evsry capital hotel 03STXj-Z- - WEDNESDAY JULY fAILE6 I Married JT WDDMr Kee LLhy lflMTTVfjiirPC tlifs ntfr nil Thllra June 3d lbJl by Kev J JleCluskv HI oney W llMcViiallrund Miss Lizzie Mc Tn Jenuess Itinicr Model Bodice Â¬ Georgstown fit S KiHin Mm Ay Q Born WtwV nULETT Near Uutton this county on Mon Â¬ day May 25th 18U1 to Mr D F Ilulett und wife n son MK9 wffi who1 Good Looks Good looks are more than skin deep depending upon a healthy con- Â¬ dition of all the vital organs If the Liver be inactive you have a Bilious Look if your stomach be disordered you have a Dyspeptic Look and if your kidneys be afflicted you have a Pinched Look Secure good health Elec- Â¬ and you will have good looks Bitters is the great alterative and tric Tonic acts directly on these vital or- Â¬ gans Cures Pinples Blotches Boils Sold and rives a good complexion waif f til I vJ1 Co permuuently cured HEN of all ages wlio suirer from Indiscretions nnd exopRSPS will benefit by our counsel and treatment If they observe certalu bedlments in the urine or Irritation of the urinary IFe restore all such cases organs thev should consult us without delay Time 26 Hours Thn doctor treats with unfailing success nil forms of Kleotnl Disease such as Pile discovery FlHsnre and Ulceration of Througl keepers without change The Short rintiiln pain or detention fiom businessthe Ilowcl by a method ot his own He ouarantees all cases without line between Cincinnati and Enrly Interference is cousldorcd the best of judgment In all cases and saves time LKXiNfiTOv Time 2ii Hours kv money and health 12 JVNOXVILLE TENS 17 N C AsnhVILLE Tho success attained In the treatment of the cases which he makes his specialty Is truly 11 Chattanooga Tenn phenomenal ATLANTA 15 Gi Wonderful Cures have been effected lu old and difficult cases which have baffled the BllIMINOUAM ALA lti Direct Connections at New Orleansiiid Shreve efforts of all others As his rooms are usually crowded it la better to call early In tho day to avoid being port for Texas Mexico and California Leave Frankfort via Kentucky Midland Railway dtiayed via Georgetown 045a marrlvoCliicliinatllO25 Persons consulting him should bring from two to four ounces of their urine In a clean a in Quicker than any other line bottle for examination All trains arrive at depart from Central Union Patients treated by mail or express but whou posslblo personal consultation Is prefer Depot Cincinnati able List of questions sent on application lorRatesMups c address Utcrlllty Is usually the result ot carelessness or Ignorance It can bo lemedlod Epilepsy or Fits cured by a never falling treatment IKiiincss many cines can be cured Entire Trains Baggage Car Day Coache Cancers permanently removed Horn the roost dellcito organs by our owu peculiar Sleepers run through without change method little or no pain nuloss 01 blond no knlfi or caustic the only positive cure Stricture Varicocele Hydrocele Mpcrmntorruva and all unnatuuu dUehurgea THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST Iw Orleans ference IConsultation and Examinaon Free Returning Every Fourth Week Thereafter CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION 3S ynus nnrt he will pomptly tell you all nbout your disease uud tuo prospects of u cure Iii undertakes no incurable cases IjADIEH nflllcted with any or the Ills peculiar to their sex nmy consult him with per lect couudonco und the assuinuco of ceitnln icllef nnd permanent euie Their cases will lecelve that Klud nnd conslUornto attention whiel all will appreciate His tieatmeitt always proves satisfactory local tieatment Is seldom necessary Ovarlaa Tumors In their earlier Mages cuted without pain or Instrumental Inter Â¬ fourh vviek tnereflter Time 25 Hours Georgetown to Jacksonville Ala at Phil Carpenters Drug Store Mi 4 27 For sale by Sam D Johnson FRANK W WOOLLEY D Sole agents OC HARVEY Vlce Pres CINCINNATI Traveling Pass Agt Lexington Ky 0 G EDWARDS li P A AH Consultations i potagcfirnpHh Treatment sent O O D Correspondence nnd f as Strictly Confidential and Canada Address with to ray pari ot tho United Pin Q K BOSMAJf Box 703 Cincinnati a rtl MTL W Farmers m I M Supply Ml House a farm bLmm Is headquarters for everything wanted on VM a il f rfc4w IAotMMJT y Njy - T7E3 aJEZEZlT TKEE Buggies Harness and Farm Machines To be found in Central Kentucky and at prices not to be duplicated Oliver Chilled Plow at Double Shovel Plows at rfrtllar Paris three hook at Good Leather Collars 2 buckle at 1850 5200 LAEG EST ZliZILSriE 02P Buggy Dusters Fly Nets Hand Made Saddles and Harness Mowers and Binder Twine a specialty 150 Oeering Binders and 40c Come and see us and we will save you money Opposite Court house Advertised Letters Below will be fonnd a list of advortised letters for the week ending June 6th 1891 O HL CRUTCHKR Consumption Cure CO Johnson Morgan Anderson Lizzie Maville Jenkins Thos W Anderson Alvin Hendren Amanda Boiling Jones R W Brown Gertrude Martz Bell Brown Morg McBrian E Bishop OUie MoKiunio E Blodgott B Mitchell Geo Bates Pomp Moore Belon Clarke Geo V Murphy J W Clay Matie Childers W Benton McCarthy M C Offord Hallie Davale Lockee OHarro Levy Dinellie J Pevler EfHe Durlin Robert Tocie William JI Peavler William R Gillispio Frank 2 Rose Thomas Roberts Maud Glass S Stallard David Hawkins Maggie Honaker Almaria Stard Kittie Taylor Ed E House B F Thomason Louise Hunter Chas E Tandy Martha Haydon T E Williams Laura B Holt Joe Ward Sue Barvoy Molley Wiley Mernevy Howell S W White T J Hughes Willie When calling for these letteis say ad- Case chairman Misses Virgie and Mamie Nelson Misses Minnie and Liddie Howell Miss Mamie Williams Miss Nannie Morgan Miss Janie De honey Miss Stella McEnnis Miss Annie Firestone Miss Pearl Richardson Miss Maggie Quinn Miss Lena Roberts Miss Nellie Fellmer on Arrangements Committee Thos Hunter J R Williams J H Quinley All visiting brothers are cordially invited to participate Â¬ Special Council Meeting Sliilolis With health and beauty laden A rich and priceless thing To woman pale and wasted My precious gift I bring Such the object and such the misssion of womans valued friend Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription Dont let unreasonable prejudice prevent you from sharing the health and beauty proffered in good faih by this most excollont Remedy None of the almost countless weakness and diseases peculiar to women but that readily yield to its magical power Manufactured recommended sold through druggists and guaran teed by the Worlds Dispensary Med- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ vertised J M SArFELL Postmaster ical Association Buffalo N Y to give satisfaction in evory case or money paid for it cheerfully refunded Â¬ Oil What a Cougli the Will you heed the warning signal perhaps of the sure approachÂ¬ of that more terrible disease Consumption Ask yourself if you can afford for the sake of saving 50c to run the risk and do nothing for it Wo know from experience that Shilohs Ouro will cure your cough why This It never fails Million explains wore Bottles more than a sold the past year It relieves croup and whooping cough at once Mothers do not be without it For lame back side or chest use Shilohs W Sold by1 J Porous Plaster Gov Crittenden inST Iniprov of M Ex Gov Thos T Crittenden Kansas City Mo of whoso danger- Â¬ ous illness we made mention several weeks ago is very much improved and has written a letter to a relative in NicholaBvillo in which ho says This is the twentieth day since I was taken ill I am up and dressed and am improving as fast as could bo expected I get around pretty well but am not allowed to do much work and will not do much this summer Will take a trip oast or west Gayle 37 Closing for tlie Summer Tho session of tho Dudley Institute will close for tho summer vacation Rev George Darsie gave his lecture next Prof Turner has onSelf Oulturo before a largo audi Â¬ on Friday successful school the past had a very ence in the Chapel of West Kentucky year and the outlook for next year is College Mayfield Thursday night very encouraging to him Ho will m O O Decoration Day spend the vacation at his old home At Ma field I I F in Virginia Juno 13 1801 the Pnnltnl Lndf0 NV fi I O 6 P will decorato the graves of whii appiu- tneir aoCBUHOU uruuiura daughters of pilato ceremonies The all Odd Fellows are requested to act without further notice All persons having flowers to donate will please have them at the I O O F Temple not later than 2 p m on Saturday the 13th day of June Committee on Flowers Mrs J M wiamtinra nf On Saturday Notice Committee inff Meet- - mittee of thePooplos Party of Frank- Â¬ lin county are requested to meet at Dr Smiths ofllco in Frankfort on Thursday June 11th 1891 at loolock p m S All members of tho Central Com- Â¬ F Smith W B Bridcikford Qhainnan Secretary All members were present except This is beyond question tho most Councilman Church successful Cough Medicine we havo President Staten announced that ever sold a few doses invariably the object of the meeting was for cure the worst cases of Cough the purpose of conferring with Mr Croup and Bronchitis while its won- Â¬ J B Secrest in relation to the re- Â¬ derful succesh in the cure of Con- Â¬ moval of the Central Normal School sumption is without a parallel in the and Business College from Pleasure history of medicine binoc its first ville to this place discovery it lias been sold on a Speeches were made by Col Thos guarantee a test whch no other B Ford Col John L Scott and sev- Â¬ medicine can stand If you have a eral others in favor of the proposi- Â¬ cough we earnestly ak you to try it tion Price 10c 50c and 31 If your lunga A petition from a large number of are sore chest or back lame ue our people was also read urging the Shilohs Porous Piaster Sold by J council to give him such aid as lies W Gayle c in their power After a full discussion of the mat- Â¬ PSouses For Salt ter a committee consisting of the Tlirce cottage six rooms One nice one of following gentlemen was appointed to confer with the above gentleman two story home of si rooms on in relation to the matter viz James Campbell strtei beiweeii Shelby aid One Darnell R R Parsons and J W Steele streets hnli oncottage of lbir rooms and Short street Payne Ap Â¬ On motion of Mr Payne the tax They will be sold at a bvnni books will remain in the hands of the ply to N F 11i Jiard on ii his store on the South Side or to Mrs Schetler city treasurer until July 1 The finance committee were to Richardson Fourth Niiiinml Hunk June G lt make provisions for two notes due in Nashville Tenwa fa tho banks ii On motion of Mr Payne tho clerk fm niiiniHeadachas inn Loss of Pimples was directod to draw his warrant in favor of the Auditor for the State Slnp a Wiary Fuling Pains In taxes now due and unpaid The council then adjourned to j Body or Limbs Want of Appitif If you suffer from Eruptions meet again next Tuesday night any of thssa symptoms takt j A boy stood on the burning deck Unwisely too tis said DOCTOR For with the fast approaching flame His elders quickly fled So manv now in peril stand Unmindful of their fate Till step by step Grim Death comes xisraxiisjBE on And then alas too late Far wiser surely would it seem i When his approach we see With Pierces Pellets well in hand To vanquish old G D Pierces Pleasant Pellets havo remarkable power to correct all physical derangements thus warding off disease that would surely follow Purely vegetable pleasant to take BecauMYour Blood Is Impure WHY perfectly harmless With a little fore- Â¬ If so Havo you over osod mercury thought theyll be a present help in did you glvo yourself the nooded attention know that as time of need cheating doctor and Sat tho time Dont youtho system you long as the mercury la In robbing the grave As a Liver Pill will feel tho effects of It wo need not Smallest they are unequaled toll you that you roquiro a blood medlclno to onsuro freedom from tho after effects cheapest easiest to take One a dose Eiilltli Blood DoctorIs Ackersknown medlclno that as a laxative three or four as a Elixir the only sugar coated Tiny cathartic thoroughly oradlcato the poison from g will tho system Oct it from your druggist granules in vials 25 cents oiMvrltoto w HHOOKER A CO 40 West Broadway ttw XIimunl THAT TERRIBLE CODGH For sale by J V Gayle In tho morning hurried or difficult breathing raising phlegm tightnessÂ¬ A VIOLEIT In the chest quickened pulse dull evening or sweats at JAMES ATTORNEY AT LAW ness in tho night all or any of these things are KY FRANKFORT tho first stages of consumption Dr y Ackers English Cough Remedy twill FHACTICK IN ALL THE COURTS OF cure these tearful symptoms and is Franklin county uiul the Com J of AppeaU Superior and Federal Couits sold under a positive guarantee by Ottlce In Duviill building opposite County A J W Gaylb Druggist JunotKiiu Cleiks Ofllce -I Shortest ami quickest between CINCINNATI AND FAHltFOn and Paris Fal Car- - Onlv direct line between Fririfwi GswIgm lisle f Jfajsrill Cynlhiaca nioih ASK and Covington VIA KY FJtt IlJKEra BY MIDLAND TBJklHS BUH BEHTflAT STiRDAHD TIME 17 j TIME TABLE MAY I lfeJO V A 31 A M M 3- plll - IRAlNs EAST LTTFiuukturt Swltzer La I Elkora Juiu PilSt o a 5 is 0 41 5 6S COO fi 111 mi5 - I No- - jlsSi i Mxedi la No 7- - 4 oo I 12 rTiT 25 Ar Georgetown Ar Cincinnati s Georgetown Newtown Contrevllle Ar Iarls I stamp Grod G40 7 031 7 21 7 10 7 7 7 8 25 15 4 20 1 35 0 45 5 00 12 43 1 07 1 47 ieorgtn y AC Ma 7 25 10 15 25 0 50 40 7 05 7 15 60 101 7 35 7 63 10 44 I 10 D 7 55 8 13 10 10 11 27 12 10 521 32 0 0 7 3 00 lift 2 2 2 3 4 10 4 K0 D u 43 l ACKERS BLOOD Ar Cincinnati IMtNMil K C Covington 1arUvla K C 037 05 25 45 15 25 0 45 5 4S 0 25 7 55 hi Lv CuIMc MQHMUf Winchester Ar Richmond lMrlsltiKC 54 p m 0 15 7 20 35 TRAINS WEST Lv Richmond via K C AM A MP H A Ml M NoO Nu2 No 4 No 8 No 12 Sun Pass Pass MI Mix Only train tiUn train train G ELIXIR 10 1 Winchester Paris Lv 7 15 7 4S l 05 5a 2 33 Majsllle K Ar Paris Lv Cincinnati via K C CarlMe 0 via 5 20 0 50 7 40 1 50 3 20 4 10 Ar Paris 0 00 Lv Purls I 20 Centrevllle 9 30 Newtown 9 45 Ar Keorgetown Lv Cincinnati la Q X C Covington 8 30 8 50 9 02 10 02 7 00 10 02 10 02 10 21 10 38 10 40 2 2 5 0 6 20 20 37 20 39 fi 49 7 04 4 30 5 00 5 19 5 40 Ar teornetown Lv Georgetown Swltzer Klkhorn Stamp Grod 11 00 18 10 Ar Frankfort 1 2 7 8 and 12dnlly excentlSutulay Nos Nos 3 and 4 dally Nos 5 and 0 Sundays only HOWARD ORBISON Agent GEO n HARPER Gen Superintendent VERNON CLARK General Passenger Agent CLAUDE BOWLSICIty Ticket Agent GENERAL OFFICES FRANKFORT KY 7 00 10 02 10 02 10 24 It 38 10 40 11 00 7 01 7 too 10 7 31 7 47 7 55 0 45 7 21 7 60 8 10 8 40 ErcTOa6ai HluiMlHHflRlHflSiiSlKCjEEf ff o Mack Salyers Darnells stable FRAMFOKT ROUflDAJBOUT lettered at the post oOlce at Fraukfort Kentucky as second class mailable matter flEO A LEWIS Editor and Publisher G FRANKFORT JUNE 1891 Brooks Sanders Owing to a popular misapprehen sion that cards were issued when thero were none there was not a very large company present at the First Presbyterian Church Wednesdny afternoon at 3 oclock to witness the marriage of Mr Fred Thompson to Miss Brooks of Boston Mass Nellie Duvall Sanders youngest daughter of Capt Sam Sanders of Â¬ this city The church was darkened and lit with gas and the altar was beauti fully decorated with flowers and pot-Â¬ ted plants The bridal party approached the altar as follows In the left aisle two attendants followed by two ushers and then by the bride leaning on the arm of her maid of honor Miss Cordie Cannon In the right aisle two ushers preceded fol- Â¬ lowed by two attendants the rear be Â¬ ing brought up by the groom and the best man Mr A E Brainerd of Chi- Â¬ cago The bride and groom were met at the altar by Rev J McOlusky Blayney D D while the attendants and ushers ranged themselves on either side Dr Blayney performed the ceremony in his usual impressive manner and the happy young couple Â¬ Â¬ were made one It was without doubt one of the most beautiful weddings over seen here The beauty of the fair bride and Craik Jackson of this city and G H Higgins of New York acquit- Â¬ ted themselves handsomely The bridal party left on the 0 O train for a trip East accompanied by the best wishes of Miss Nellies host of friends While congratulat- Â¬ ing Mr Brooks upon the prize he has won we can not but feel that Frankfort society Ms lost one of its fairest ornaments Â¬ was worthily surrounded by the fol Â¬ lowing list of attendants Misses Rose Crittenden Emma Sutcliffe Kate Green and Effie Hill and the maid of honor Miss Cordie Cannon and a fairer galaxy could not be found They were all dressed in white and the bride wore white satin en train with bridal veil The ushers Messrs 82 Sam Sanders jr Walter Franklin jr The United States Court will meet at the Custom house in this city on Monday next The probabilities are that the term will be a short one as the criminal docket is very light and the civil docket is likely to be also Among the criminal cases will be that of the United States agaiiiBt Frank Steele charged with sending Holds tlie Copyright an obscene letter through the mail to Mrs White of Woodford county Mrs Pattison of Belfontain Ohio and is docketed for Monday was the author and holds the copy The following list of jurors has right of the play of Merchants been drawn and from which the Carnival which was produced at the juries will be made up the Opera House last week by the M B Lucas R Brown John Ham Tidtli fliA rnnfhnrl niirl rpsnlrq Tulinn ladies of the Methodist Church The play was a perfect success and netted roireslutig to taste and acts a the Church over four hundred dol- Â¬ Smitlifielcl J J Rees Eminence R gently yet promptlythe the Kidneys on P Fox Richmond J J Bronaugh lars Calloway Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys Nicholasville Samuel Smithfleld T J Burgess Gergetowu tem effectually dispels colds head An Adjourned Meeting H C Williams Htirrodsburg Ad aches aud fevers and cures habitual Adams Harrodsburg James Catlett Â¬ The Directors of the Home Con- Lawrenceburg K E Owsley Spring constipation Syrup of Figs is the XT rp11 T7rlrfVonly remedy of its kind ever pro Cftn struction Company hold another kJlllLllJI O1 X LULU iX UU11A Griflln Kelly Eminence Wickliffe duced pleasing to the taste and ac meeting in this city on Tuesday for Kelly New the purpose of making arrange Â¬ Chapman Frankfort Ike Lancaster ceptable to the stomach prompt in Castle Joe S Robinson ments to extend the Kentucky Mid W Henry Graddy Versailles Jno its action and truly beneficial in its Julian ef reels prepared only from the most land Railway from Paris at which Nutter Versailles Alex Frankfort A healthy and agreeable substances its Frankfort the matter was gotten into a more B Wallace Wm Jones Colby Taylor many excellent qualities commend it Midway tangible shape and some progress Duckers Station John H Woodcock to all and have made it the most made towards the desired end when Lancaster Jas McCiill Ripyville popular remedy known the meoting adjourned to meet again Isaac Pearson Harrodsburg RobtÂ¬ Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c Lillard Law Macey Versailles next week It is hoped that at the renceburg Ben T EdFarmer Frank Â¬ aud 81 bottles by all leading drug Â¬ next meeting arrangements will fort J Weitzel Br Frankfort D M gists Any reliable druggist who Bright Richmond Bates Wilson may not have it on hand will pro- Â¬ be completed to extend the road Harrodsburg S D Rothwoll Lancas- Â¬ cure it promptly for any one who o ter E H Walker Paint Lick Jos wishes to try it Do not accept any KSijjli Scliool Robinson R M Aldridge W H substitute Honors for the week ending May Averill Frankfort Lloyd Feather ston Midway James R Shaw Jett CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO 29 Sidney Bedford Spring Station War SAN FRANCISCO CAL FIRST YEAR CLASS ley Smith Harrodsburg Geo Bohon LOUISVILLE KY NEW YORK NY Roll of Honor Pauline Brown 98 Harrodsburg P S Rule Frankfort Ed Thomas Alton Jas L Bond Annie Coleman 99 Bessie Haydon Fox Creek W B White Farmdale AflmMstrator Notice 95 Ohas Ellwanger Frankfort Thos S Marimon Harrodsburg Swift Dar First Honor William Bull 91 LL PERSONS KNOWING THEMSELVES IN neal Versailles Second Honor Mary Nelson 90 r debted to tin1 estate of the lato Andrew Flynn tire lvinieste to come lonrard mid settle Third Honor Eliza Spalding 59 GRAND JURORS at once and all tlio- having claims against he properly proven J T Shackelford Richmond Le estate will present them John Halemiober for JUNIOR CLASS settlement MaySO St Davidson Lancaster J Shelby ander Administrator Roll of honor Maggie Daniel 99 Irvine Richmond Wash Crutcher Maggie Culter 93 Mary Crutcher 82 Jake GruJgel Lawrenceburg J B Mason Lancaster W J Lewis Forks Emma Peden 90 H C Jennings Lancas Â¬ of First honor Emmaline Craig 94 terElkhornCannon Nicholasville Wm R E HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST Second Honor Cecile McEwan Sharp Eldorado Ezra McGinnis ALL PERSONS PMer Jett Insolvent are hereby estate ot Wednesday evening a Public Recep- Â¬ tion will be held at the College V S Court Chief Justice Fuller and John M Harlan of the U S Supremo Court the latter a graduate of the College will be present Several young men from this city are students at the College and doubtless a number of our citizens will at-Â¬ tend Â¬ Cos I fr New Meat Market 223 Mnln Street near Mannara m m Fresh Meats of all Kinds ALWAYS ON HAND We will run wacons on both sides of the river and deliver goods In unrpurtof the city April 18 9 m tf Mack Salyers Co Â¬ DooHieti serve their health to im TTsDER PREVAILING CONDITIONS SUNT U hi rs nro loo ntd to deatli by disease lnorely because the owners fall to take measures to pre Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ DR JOS HAAS - U Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ hi and Poultry Remedy Used successfully for 15 years Will Arrest Disease Prevent Disease Expel Worms Stop the Cough Increase the Flesh and Hasten Maturity PRICKS Zf0 125 ami COe perpksr 251b cans 1250 The largest packages arethocheup est i a Frankfort W A1TLE JFRANKFORT KY -- For Sale by stamp Ask for Testimonials HogokKv it pamphlet on swine wilt J37 be mailed to auyaddress on receipt of a two cent Joe Haas V Mar 7 S Intl 1 - 6m Indianapolis mm i NOTICE Wm 6 2m yH Third Honor Edward Johnson SENIOR CLASS 75 Roll of Honor Sadie Grant 100 Flossie French 94 Annie Magill 99 Georgia Payne 100 Addie Rupe 99 Virgie Nelson 98 Second Honor Bonnie Hocken Hansford Lawrenceburg Smith Harrodsburg Hiram Berry Frank- Â¬ Lawrenceburg Ed Wilson fort Will Rogers Smithfleld Jno Willis Nicholasville Howard Jett Cynthi Lancaster ana W G Anderson S Black Frankfort H O Sutton Lancaster September June notliled to pioducethe same before tne 1st day of 1591 proven as required by law Assignee of Peter Cromwell Jett The BEST FLOUR is the W J CHINN JR Â¬ The Soldier Boys Gov Buckner has issued an order smith 99 Memorial Day Saturday was observed as memorial day with appropriate ceremonies by A G Bacon Post of the Grand Army of the Republic At 4 oclock in the afternoon a procession was formed at the Custom House headed by a de- Â¬ tachment of the Johnson Guards and made up of the members of the Post on foot ladies and the older members of the Post in carriages and marched to the Cemetery where the ritual Â¬ istic ceremonies of the G A R were performed and an appropriate address delivered by Col Sam McKee of Louisville after which the graves of the Union soldiers were liberally strewn with flowers At the same time the members of the Confederate Memorial Associa- Â¬ tion assembled at the Confederate lot in the Cemetery and also decorated with flowers the graves of the soldiers of the Lost Cause who lie buried there The flowers contributed for both the Federal and Confederate graves were numerous and very beautiful m Examination of Teachers The Public Schools of the city will close on Friday next the 12th inst Immediately after the close of the schools there will be a general examination of the teachers in all the grades now employed in the chools together with all applicants or positions in the same The Wto requiring the several regiments of the Kentucky State Guard to go into Vice President Superintendent camp the coming summer as follows The first regiment at Mammoth The Stanflarfl Piintini M Co Cave from the 21st to the 28th of Formerly the Standard Prlntlnglnk Works June The third regiment at Mammoth -- MANUFACTURERS O- FCave or other convenient point PRINTINCAND LITHOGRAPHIC INKS July 26th to August 1st VARNISHESFTC The second regiment at Frankfort 103 Canal Cincinnati Ohio une28 ly August 26th to September 2 Break 2 camp September The officers of the third regiment WM will attend a school of instruction at the June encampment at Mammoth ATTORN W Will practice in all State Courts Of fice second floor Custom House Jan SO ly E B Barstow Frank Ibold Sec and Treas President Ad Dryek R T Basimjt CREAM FLOUR made by the Lexington Roller Mills Co Lexing- Â¬ ton Ky For sale by all first class Grocers Dont fail to use Cream Flour if you want good Bread and a happy Cook I fi CROMWELL EY-AT-LA- Vexamination of teachers m the white lacuooi anuatapplicants ior positionsWwill begin the Public School buildriinc on Monday the 15th and be con s tinueu irom aay to aay until completed The examination of teachers in the colored school and applicants for positions will begin on Thursday the 18th at the colored school build ing and will also be continued from day to day until completed This will constitute due notice to all persons intending to apply for a position in either of the schools to put in their applications at once as no further The above notice will bo given Taylor Nominated notice is made at the request of the Mr School Board and all those interest- Â¬ At the Democratic primary elec- Â¬ ed will govern themselves according- tion held in this county on Saturday Hon E H Taylor jr was nominat Â¬ m ed as candidate for Representative Centre College Commence of thisa county in the next Legislature ment by a majority of five hundred and flfty flvo over Hon Thos W Scott The sixty eighth annual commence- Â¬ The total number of votes cast was ment exercises of Centre College 1493 Mr Taylor receiving 1024 and Danville take place next week To469 morrow morning the baccalaureate Mr Scott Following is tho vote by precincts sermon will be preached by Rev W Taylor Scott Total D President of the O Young D 14 63 77 to morrow evening the Bridgeport College and 300 67 367 Court house sermon will be delivered be- Market house annual 47 181 228 fore the Y M O A On Monday Bald Knob 87 14 101 9 40 49 evening at 8 oclock the Oratorical Flat Creek 25 221 247t Gas house will take place Tuesday Contest 2 42 44 morning Class Day Exercises will be BensonRun 62 9 71 Cedar held over which Rev Tyler E Utter Switzer 30 43 73 31 45 14 back of this city will preside as Bloomlngton 10 33 43 Tuesday evening at 8 Peaks Mill chairman 111 149 38 Forks Elkhorn oclock Judge Thos Z Morrow of Somerset will deliver the Alumni 469 1494 1024 Total V Wednesday morning the Address 469 Commencement Exercises will take Taylors majority 555 place when nineteen young men will Mr Lee A O won received one voto graduate Rev Tyler E Utterback at the Court house tOno voto thrown out as illegal among tho number and an address will bo delivered by Justice L Q O Lamar of the UvS Supremo Court Children Cry for Pitchers Castorla HHHMi 0 v Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Cave The officers of the second regiment will go into a camp of instruction at Frankfort one week before the en- Â¬ REAL BSTATB AGBNT TILL PB1CTICK LN THE COTTHTfl 0 Franklin anil th nlfnlnino Mnntiu will also Eire special attention to the purchasi and sale of real estate collection of rnto claims aud the negotiation of loans campment of the regiment at the same place Dr 1 1 Eelley OHIO Col John B Castleman will com- Â¬ mand tho camp of the first regiment including tho instruction of tho officers of tho third regiment Col T J Smith will command tho camp of third regiment Col E H Gaither will command the camp of the second regiment and the camp of instruction of its officers The Adjutant General will issue the necessary orders to carry the in- Â¬ structions into effect OF CINCINNATI WILL BB AT THE urian CHILD BIRTH MADE EASY Mothers Friend is a scientific- Â¬ ally prepared Liniment every ingre- Â¬ dient of recognized value and in constant use by the medical pro- Â¬ fession These ingredients are com- Â¬ bined in a manner hitherto unknown CAPITAL I IN FBANKKOBT HOTSft KY FRIDAY JUNE 26 1891 FRIDAY JULY 17 1891 Kicking Against the Htitutiom Con- - IMU Cols Henry Watterson and J Is Dot necessary with this mode of treatment of Louisville Stoddard Johnston WILL DO all tnat is claimed for W1TTJJLA IN ANO have called a meeting of tho oppo- Â¬ it AND MORE It Shortens Labor Is cured Diminishes Danger to Lessens Pain nents of tho new Constitution to as FISSURES Book Life of Mother and Child semble in Lexington on Wednesday Cored without cutting or tearing to Mothers mailed FREE con- Â¬ Â¬ next tho 10th inst and the probavaluable information and taining CATARRh ULCERATION bilities are that tho two Colonels will voluntary testimonials And themselves in a lonesome Of the bowel cured Sent by express on receipt of price f 1E0 per bottle minority as tho Lexington papers BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO Atlanta Gs Dr Iteilf das now ten flatting this city rtgfr urly for nearly Euvenearb and the many cures BOLD BY ALL FUaOISTa from which they expected aid and no has maae among the wealthy and inmratlka are outspoken in their comfort citizens are sufficient evidence of his success a well established fact that It Is The OHE DOLLAR WEEKLY eases now the stomach liver kidney man 4t opposition to the movement bladdas of womb and nervouK system are either caused oa people of the State have about made aggravated by the coexistence of FILES MAT D up their minds to adopt the new BUYS A GOOD GOLD WATOH IT FISSURE or BSCTAL DLCKB BRapiBKNCSS Constitution and it is hardly possi- Â¬ Dr K K Gobflr Frankfort Ky ble for tho Watterson Johnston com- Â¬ BY OUR CLDB SYSTEM Franklin Morris uraeiensourg bination to change the current of Our 14 knret patent stiffened gold cases nro J T Btateu Frankfort Ky 20 yeaM V Herberlch Frankfort Ky Waltliitm nnd Elgin opinion which is setting so strongly warranted for movement reliable and well known Stem wind Be L P Holatt Benson Kf and set hunting or open face ladys or gents A n mClurc ouuiii t a in that direction size Equal to any 75 watch We sell one ol Richard Ferguson Frankfort Â¬ ILI0 FRIEND 1 BLEEDING Chloroform tfLIND or ITCHING V Cured wltuoot any surgical operation and wltB little or no pain 99 Ligature or 9blfe IS I I- i m - n s u MKS W si Minister Made Editor Henderson pastor of Methodist Church in this city has tho been honored by a place on tho staff of Tho Central Methodist as cor- Â¬ responding editor The Central is the organ of the Methodist This relation Church in Kentucky to the paper will not interfere with Mr Hendersons work here PRov H G these watches for and send to any address by registered mall or by express C O D with privilege of examina Â¬ tion Ouragentat Durham N C vtrtea Our Jewelers have confessed tlu dont know how youcun furnish such work for tlk money 2S CASH i David Moore Benson Ky Jas M Wltlirow Frankfort Ky DR KBELXTS office ana residence Is at 91 West Eighth street Cincinnati and where n aay be found erery day ot each week XXCXPT w J Huibes Frankfort Ky If FBIDAIB AND 8ATUKDAYS Pamphlets describing these diseases and thl treatment stut Ire to any one by at dressing mode of -- iiLuinuij Wrltofor particulars wanted nt each place 43 EMPIRE WATOH CO and COMalden Lane New York N Y M D 959 West HighthSt Cincinnati O W I KELLEY X - mimim acv xmdxiuwjMMRmtmmwmto JiiMMBHHHJIIIMBbtr u nHRWHHH mnnii aattat mjiismMmMMmmm iiismmiwm t -- r CONSULTATION rwaus f SREH JlI 1 iU mm wwwmwfwir t viw jj JtZZS JCLi ssra I3ST TI EwfllEi TROUSER- - U- - SPRING SUITINGS COATINGS INGS AND HATS fa HU ro ON HUMPHRIES J L COME EARLY AND MAKE YOUR SELECTION j CASSELL Ladles Realize perhaps more fully than any one else the value of a clear and beautiful complexion and they also know how difficult it is to retain freshness and beauty when con- Â¬ fronted by so many diseases incident to females that sap their strength and Science undermine their health progreses There are two remedies when used in connection will cure any case of female weakness of snort or long standing ana restore the individual to perfect health very quickly Dr Hales Household Ointment used in connection with Dr Hales Household Tea will ac- Â¬ complish the desired result quicker and better than any other Known remedy Large size 50 cents sold at South Side drug store Â¬ 4 P H Oakpenter The Knights Templar at Frankfort The social aspect of the Knights Templars Conclave at Frankfort was a most interesting feature All of the prominent commanderies vied with one another Frankfort making all feel at home Mrs Saffell headed the list of entertainers The Coving- Â¬ ton Commandery in their rooms at Hotel Kenyon were especially hos- Â¬ pitable Mrs w T Keene wife of the minister being head of ceremonies The handsome entertainment pro- Â¬ vided by the Governor and wife was quite enjoyable The Templars in whose honor it was given seemed to have a full appreciation for the honors conferred Gaudy tinsel and brass buttons have been alluring pic- Â¬ tures to the ladies from the beginning of buttons The Sir Knights had the opportunity of deciding that night that which has often been decided and discussed before the attractions of woman over wine The victory Not was easy An admirer said often do you meet two such ladies as Mrs Buckner and Mrs Judge Beckner once in a life time should make man happy A meeting with both on same occasion sliould be es- Â¬ teemed a blessing What splendid opportunities the girls of Frankfort Paris have had with such models Kentuckian m but took a relapse from which he suf- LOUISVILLE TOBACCO fered prrent pain Typhoid fever was MARKET the fatal disease He was the only child of R D Armstrong by his first FURNISHED BY GLOVER DURRETT marriage LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE He was apparently in no danger IS PREPARED TO FILL ALL ORDERS FOI Sales on our market for the week until a few days before his death which occurred Sunday morning the just closed amountto 2281 hhds with 10th of May at 10 oclock Chester receipts of 1195 for the same period was endowed with a fine practical Sales on bur market since January mind and had a heart in which phi 1st amount to 66868 hhds Sales of lanthophy kindled its warmest and the crop of 1890 on our market to date FOB most generous light His kind heart 43388 hhds The receipts this week have been edness and gentle manners insured him the esteem of all with whom he materially improved by the recent came in contact The noblest vir- Â¬ handling season but the market has tues of young manhood clustered not in anywise weakaned under the around his heart which was evidenced increased offerings All grades of by his deportment through life But burley continue firm at such prices in the fresh vigor of youth and use- Â¬ as have been current for a few weeks 261 West Jefferson Louisville Ky fulness he has been taken from us past and this week developed the He was true noble virtuous moral highest price of the season for the and modest He leaves behind him burley crop of 1800 being 2900 per a monument of virtue erected by 100 Some counties in the State have kindness love and fidelity such as been favored with good planting all should strive to emulate He was seasons in the past week resulting in a favorite in the community popular the setting of a liberal per cent of not only iri his own county but in ad the intended crop while other jacent counties as was attested at localities have had but little rain and The Best in the U S for 125 the funeral obsequies Young men have set only a very limited part of Spring Frame not Stiff Cheaper Ones if Wanted from a great distance came to pay the crop the last tribute of respect Old and The following quotations fairly Agents AMERICAN BAM- young white and colored all shed a represent our market for burley CRUTGHER ROBERTS BLBRS for CHAMPIONS tobacco and grave tear at his Elder George Darsie conducted the Trash dark or damaged FRANKFORT KY CYCLE SUXDRIES 2 00 tobacco S3 50 services at the Christian Church 10 00 4 00 which were very impressive He was Colory trash -6 00 then followed to his last resting place Common lugs not colory 4 00 BsttBOSBsamm 7 00 12 00 in the beautiful cemetery at Frank Â¬ Colory lugs 8 00 12 00 fort by one of the longest proces- Â¬ Common leaf 12 00 18 00 sions of sorrowing friends that we Medium to good leaf 18 00 23 00 ever witnessed He leaves a father Good to fine fillers whose heart is crushed by the great Select or wrappery 22 00 27 50 leaf blowjm stepmother with three little We have oicueU a new store at the old Gwln stand on the corner of Main and Lewis streets opposite the Farmers Bitil and will move our entire business there about the llrst of July We ones and a grandfather to mourn the loss with nundreds of friends and For Sale or Rent Cottage con- Â¬ will bundle everytbliiR In the HARDWARE LINE also a full line of relatives We would say to the be- Â¬ taining five rooms situated on Cross reft weep not for your loss is his street South Side Delightful loca- Â¬ We will retain the building we now occupy on Broadway until July 1st and will sell the entire W H P tion and all necessary conveniences eternal gain m Apply to Mrs Mary Brown Day stock contained In same amounting to uu t 1200Q at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES S J THOMPSON Weddings -- RoseDuas Cui Flowers and FioraiDeigns Funerals Telephone CormectioEL Street - - - IB 03roles JLTr3MC3E3SHGTfilS CHANGE OF LOCATION THE WORLDS PAIR State Librarian - 3 mm m tf Is the only disease which seems to entirely baffle the physicians skill Thousands upon thousands die annually that might be saved if they would use the medicine in the world that is a specific for that dread disease viz Dr Hales Household Ointment which has saved the lives of hundreds of people after having been given up by the physicians when both lungs were badly involved There is no remedy known to man that equals Dr Hales Household Ointment for the cure of Pneumonia It cures the severest cases It Bhould be in every home in America Price 25 and 50 cents per box Sold at South Side drug store 4 Pneumonia The excitement caused by this great event is scarcely equaled by that produced by the great discovery of Dr Miles the Restorative Nervine It speedily cures nervous prostra tion cnange ot me pain dullness and confusion in head fits sleepless Â¬ ness the blues neuTalgia palpita Â¬ tion monthly pains etc O W Snow Co of Syracuse N Y Tal bott Moss of GreenBburg Ind and A W Blackburn of Wooster 0 say that The Nervine sells better than anything we ever sold and elves uni Â¬ versal satisfaction Dr Miles new illustrated treatise on the Nerves and Heart and trial bottle free at J W 4 Gayles drug store Meet Here In July We time opened at our new store an entire NEW STOCK OF GOODS and will be glad to ac Â¬ commodate our customers at eitherjplace The Grand Lodge of Colored Ma- Â¬ sons will hold its twenty fourth an nual communication in this city from the 14th to 16th of July nest Merid ian Sun Lodge of this city is mak Â¬ ing great preparations to entertain the delega tes who will be present Â¬ V JOHN T BUCKLEY Queensware and Fancy China Tea Sets 56 pieces 3 Dinner Sets from SS50 up The larg- Â¬ est stock in Central Kentucky to select presents from Stoves Tinware and Home Furnishing Goods Cook Stoves from 475 up Heating Stoves from 3 up Plumbing and Gas Fitting Tin Roofing and Guttering Job work of nil 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 all competitors Give me a call DO NOT SUFFER ANY LONGER PH m Carpenter Bridgeport June meeting to morrow at South Benson and Evergreen The sermon by Rev W G Neville at Bridgeport last Sunday was spoken of in the highest terms We are glad to announce E W Armstrong out again after suffering for a length of time with a broken per directions and do not find our statement correct 9 J W Gaylb Druggist that a cough can be checked in a day and the first stages of consumption broken in a week we hereby guarantee Dr Ackers En glish Cough Remedy and will refund the money to all who buy take it aa Knowtnj JpLilaM3H Brought bach sufferers from the worst forms of Skin and Scalp Diseases Scrofulous Sores and Swellings and all manner of blood taints Its done by Dr Pierces Golden Med Â¬ ical Discovery which purifies and enriches the blood and through il cleanses and renews tho whole sys- Â¬ tem Even Lung scrofula known as Pulmonary Consumption yields to it if taken in time and given a to health --- berries The election passed off quietly at this point More than half of the voters in the precinct remained at homo not taking interest enough to come out and vote We think it not only the privilege of every citizen to vote but also his duty In Memoiiiaji Our entire commu- Â¬ nity was shocked when the sad news was related that Chester E Arm strong had passed away He died at home in the Bameroom where he was born nearly 21 years ago He had been ill for two months but had gotÂ¬ ten better and rode out on his farm Â¬ limb While Miss Lida Terry was can Â¬ ning fruit the other day a jar burst while in her hands and she was con Â¬ siderably burnt by the steam and hot rections giving it a fair trial and experience no benefit you may return the bottle and have your money refunded We make this offer be Â¬ cause of the wonderful success of Dr Kings New Discovery during last seasons epidemic Have heard of Try it no case in which it failed Trial bottles free at PhilOarpenters 4 Drug Store Large size 50c 100 We authorize our advertised drug Â¬ gist to sell you Dr Kings New Dis- Â¬ covery for Consumption Coughs and Colds upon this condition If you are afflicted with La Grippe and will use this remedy according to di Â¬ Guaranteed Cure for Grippe La JOHN T BUCKLEY JACOB S WIGERT CO Removed From the Baltzel Building OUR VERY BEST PEO Â¬ PLE Confirm our statement when we say that Dr Ackers English Remedy Is in every way superior to any and all other preparations for the Throat and Lungs In Whooping Cough and Croup it is niagio and relioves at oiico We offer you a sample bottle free Remember this Remedy is sold on a positive guarantee 9 J W Gaylb Druggist fair trial Its guaranteed to bene- Â¬ fit or cure in every case or money paid for it is refunded Only a Have medicine that does what is claimed for it could be sold on such terms No other medicine besides the STZEeZEHEO COST Discovery has undertaken it So positively certain is it in its curative effects as to warrant its makers in selling it as they are do Â¬ ing through druggists on trial Its especially potent in curing Totter Salt rheum Eczema Erysip Â¬ n Basement pf the Capital Hotel- elas Boils Carbuncles Soro Eyes s Goitre or Thick Neck and Enlarged Glands Tumors and Swellings JOSTThey will fill this space with an entirely new advertisement in a Great Eating Ulcers rapidly Leal under its benign influence short time ElI2ST TO H101 MD 102 MN STREETS f A 5lKaffisfEiQffiBTO x fWTW CRUTCHER Shoes I STARKS FURNISHING Hats GOODS 15c 4 PEICE LIST Si oo Kip Plow Shoe 25 i 1 Buckle Plow Shoe RHlHFIIM SUITS 50c Blue Camlet Pants Hats Hats nice Straw Hats 5c Boys and Mens Straw 25c Childrens 50 Genuine Grain Plow Shoe 60c Extra Size Blue Camlet Pants 25c Knee Pant 65 c Gray Double and Twist Cot- Â¬ three styles Mens Suspenders Mens Suspenders styles 50c 65c 75c up to 3 00 ton Pants 40c Sat Knee Pants four styles 25c Mens Dress Shoes 3 75 A large assortment of Straw Hats Gray Plaid Sat Suit six dif- 50c 60c 75c a grand display of 35c 50c 75c 1 00 The largest colors ferent Knee Pants stock of Suspenders in the all styles qualities 1 25 Lace and Congress Dress Shoes 1 i country 1 t 200 different styles 50 to 75 4 50 Black Cotton Worsted Suit Mens Lace and 5 75 c Knee Pants Suits four styles 30c Good Strong Working Shirts Fine Fur Hats Crushers 1 Congress Dress Shoes 2 00 Rays Sat Suits 1 00 to 3 00 Mens Calf extra 6 00 Blue and Green Plaid Suits 50 Knee Pants Suits four styles good goods 3 1 00 Genuine Dongola Lace or Congress 7 50 Dark blue Cheviot Suits 75 2 00 2 50 Fine Domet Working Shirts forty different 50c Dunlap Soft styles Dunlap Stiff 60c The Best Unlaundried Shirt in the Market Nothing1 to Stetsons Soft equal it for less than 1 00 400 Mens Hand made Calf Shoe 3 4 00 Mens Australian Kangaroo nmnini 00 two 3 so 4 00 different 50 5 00 thirty-- 8 00 Blue Flannel Suits styles Plaid Â¬ Cassimere Blue and Black Chev8 50 An immense stock ioc The greatest variety of Mens 50c Linen Handkerchiefs you ever saw 65 All Wool Chevfot Suitsthree iot 75c 1 00 up to s 00 pr Ladies Low Shoes I 00 Patent Tip Dongola 1 different colors 2 75 3 00 Boys Long Pant Suits pieces four different 20c 25c Mens turn Dongola 10 00 English Gray and Fancy three styles Our space not sufficient to give you prices 25 Patent Trimmed Striped Suits Undershirts Jand vi 0 Drawers 4 00 to 4 50 Boys turn 1 25 Common Sense Dongola 12 50 Plaid Check Blues five dif- Long Pants ten different 5C I 25 Misses Strap and Buckle 1 ferent lines to select from three styles pieces 15c The largest stock of Socks in the country 8c ioc HOOKS 3 25 Misses Patent Tip Oxford 15 Bags fl 00 A grand display of Cassi meres Cork screw Diagonals 6 50 Victory Cassimere Suits 7 50 Silk Mixed Suits 374 50c Undershirts and Draw- Â¬ Zink Trunks ers white and drab mixed 00 to 12 00 Ladies and Misses ili 18 ten different colors 25c Shirt Waist Domets Splendid Leather Trunks 9 00 to 30 00 value Bags 40c to 2000 and styles 00 French and English Cassi meres both Sack and Frock All kinds x 8 00 Cheviot Suits terns several pat- Â¬ 1 00 Ladies Dongola Button 25 Ladies Dongola Button 35c 50c Domet and Percal Shirt Waist 20 00 Clay Diagonals English and 9 00 10 00 1 1 00 12 00 a grand French Worsteds display of Flannels Cheviot Diagonals Com- Â¬ 25 Cheaper than youcan goods sw 1 buythe 1 50 Ladies Extra Fine Dongola 1 Button 2 00 Ladies Dongola turn eleven different 8c 1 00 Fine Clays Custom made Cutaways and Double breasted styles ioc 15c Mens Linen lars any style Col- Â¬ J H 1 II mon Sense and Opera 2 50 Ladies Hand turned Dongola Frocks I2j4c 15c Mens Celluloid Collars 15 00 Boys Clay Worsted Suits beautifully made Common Sense and Opera Toe 1 00 for Boys and Misses Genuine Grain Shoes for school heel and spring heel Size 12 to 2 30 00 The Finest Clay Custom I2C Custo- One doz White Ties IB z ioc 25c 50c 75c Sunday Canes 75c made Double breasted Frock Any tailor will charge you 50 00 for this suit 18 00 and 2000 the Finest m-made r 00 suits for all our boys 14 to 18 three piece suits age 00 up to 12 00 and Fancy Colored Vests twelve different styles Cambric and Silk Umbrellas 1 25 1 50200 Mens White Main street FRANKFORT J- CRUTCHER - Fourth STARKS t Jefferson LOUISVILLE A i