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The Frampobt Roundabout GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAP EH DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS KY TERMS 100 In Advance Volume XIV amBK-uujA-A- FRANKFORT ujuiiiu JUNE 7 20 1891 ii jamijwjijLLiuiiFijimiij Number 41 Great Discoverers What Boll and Edison are to tho telephone and electricity says the Pittsburg News Dr Franklin Miles tho well known specialist in nervous diseases ip to the neryous system and nerve fluid Among his numerous discoveries the Restorative Nervine lie undoubtedly one of tho greatest It is unsurpassed in nervousness dys Â¬Â¬ pepsia headaoho epilepsy neural gia backache melancholy sleepless ness ohango of life etc Free trial botiles of it may be had of J W Gaylo druggist All should read his New and Startling Facts for the Af flicted a very able interesting and finely illustrated book Free to all Â¬ Highest of all in livening Power- - U S Govt Report Aug 1889 Rdfel Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE Serit Measured cess toy Suc- - of her sister Mrs Owsley blood poison i or tnat it was and is truly a specific But it is regard Â¬ ed wherever its virtues are known as a true specific for all forms of blood disease Whole columns could be filled with testimonials to this effect Baking Jra TO STJ vf SFJaOIM- - TO ET 9 1 6 Forks of Elkliomi Rev F W Eberhardt pastor of the The wonderful Buck Run Church has taken rooms Specific S S S popularity of Swifts is the natural result rnt Mrs Sarah Featherstons whoro he during the heated sea- Â¬ of tho tests to which the public has will rusticate put it The merits of the medicine son have remained the Hame but the Regular services at the Christian knowledge of tho people with respect Church to night to morrow and to- to its remarkable curative properties has increased until now there is a morrow night at the usual hours demand for it wherever the English Mr Howard Stedman and family S S S was first of Georgetown were in our village language isa spoken for contagions specific offered as tho week the first of Â¬ At a regular meeting of the trustees of this district No 9 last Saturday C H Parrent was re elected asteach er for the ensuing year 10 months This week Circuit Court calls sev- Â¬ eral of our vicinag to Frankfort Harvesting under full- headway Wheat and clover first claiming atten tion Mr Alf Stedman who has been quite feeble recently remains about - TUB FIRST SYMPTOMS OF DEATH in uie same Mr B B Bigstaff has returned home from a visit to his mother in J3ath county Mrs Mat Whittington and infant are visiting relatives in Bath county Squire Hughes reports the mercan- Â¬ tile success at Woodlake as very en- Â¬ couraging We wish the firm abundant prosperty Mr A W Macklin lost a fine mare one day last week Cause of death dropsy Home grown vegetables beans peas potatoes c have made their appearance in this section Col R Church who has been in feeble health for some time still re- mams in a precarious couuiuon Rev W Nicol of Scotland has been the guest of Mr Bigstaff during the past week The heavv rain last Monday caused quite a swell in Elkhorn We hope that each teacher in the county will keep constantly in mind the fact that just two weeks from today the fourth of July will have dawned and that on that day a grand Educational Mass Meeting will be held in General Scott Browns grove near the K M I A suitable committee of ladies have been appointed who will make ample arrangements for the accomodation of all who may attend We hope also to see a goodly number of trustees present on that occasion Out of about 140 trustees in Franklin county we may surely hope to see 100 present Mr S Black was in Cincinnati last Tuesday and Wednesday The honey crop seems to be an unusually large one this year Cherry tarts having made their ap pearance causetn tne epicure to smile L U of this county The F A expect to picnic some time in July due notice of which will be given Unless some unforeseen calamity occurs the fruit yield will bo im jnense m Â¬ Â¬ Tired feeling dull headache pains various parts of the body sinking at the pit of the stomach loss of ap Â¬ petite fevorishncss pimples or sores are all positive evidence of poisoned June 11 blood No matter how it became avoid Soisoned it must be purified to Blood Ackers English Pigmies vs Giants Elixir has never failed to remove scrofulous or syphilitic poisons Sold Lilliputian as they are in size under positive guarantee being no larger than mustard seeds 9 W Gaylb Druggist J they acheive results that their Brog dingnagian opponents utterly fail in We refer to the efficacy of the power- Â¬ Burglary ful preparation known as Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets compared with that The residence of Mr H H Owsley of their gigantic competitors the old near Spring Station was entered by a stylo pill Try the little giants when burglar Tuesday night between the dyspepsia liver complaint constipa- Â¬ hours of 11 and 12 oclock Mr Owsley tion biliousiiess or any kindred ills being away from home Miss Kate assail you and youll make no mi- Â¬ Sanders of Frankfort was the guest staketheyll disappear at once These two ladies occupied a room on tho first WHO FOR THE floor and Mr Flynn a tenant on the place n room up stairs All the house- Â¬ hold had retired for the nipht but Mre Owsley and her sister were not yet asleep when they heard a noise as if an attempt was being made to prize open the shutters of the dinintr room window In a moment the shutters were open the window thrown up and a man entered the room The two ladies immediately set upascream for Is now receiving and opening the LARGEST AND MOST COM- Â¬ Mr Flynn to come to their rescue and PLETE LINE of ladies mens misses and childrens this put flight to the would be robber wno passed enrougn tne ainmg room and hall ana made his exit through the front hall door The scoundrel whatever might have been his pur- Â¬ pose lost no time in making his es- Â¬ cape when ho saw he was detected and the glimpse that the ladies got of him as he passed out into the night made it impossible to recognize him or even to determine whether he was a white man or negro Housekeepers should stand in readiness to enmtv into such scalawags a load of buckshot This would have a tendency to In Frankfort all of which will be sold at prices to suit the decrease burglaries Midway Clipper We have times AC K HOES Remember the old stand Â¬ HATS HATS For men boys and children DERBV STRAW AND FELT FRANKFORT MALE ACADEMY A classical and English School for boys and young men The Third Annual Session begins Monday Sept For terms etc address -- ooks and Stationery 7 1S91 ndre-w ZET-U-ll- er Â¬ Fraxilsfort Sly June G Case 212 ST OlLAIFi STij And go there when you want to buy 3m DO NOT SUFFER ANY LONGER oheoked in a day and the first stages of consumption broken in a week we Knowing that a cough can be UVEastin -- Â¬ hereby guarantee Dr Aokers En- Â¬ glish Cough Remedy and will refund tho money to all who buy take it as per directions and do not find our statement correct J W Gayle Druggist J IS TKCEI IPIEliAOIE FOI3- - Bro s 5 CO LOUISVILLE MARKET TOBACCO DURRETT FURNISHED BY GLOVER LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Sales on our market for the week Dr Brown Sequarda elixir of youth juBt closed nmountto 3787 hhdswith may be an important discovery but receipts of 3459 for the same period every one knows that Dr Franklin Sales on our market since January Sales of Miles New Heart Oure certainly is 1st amount to 73065 hhds It has given thousands afliioted with the crop of 1890 on our market to date serious heart disease a newlease of 48682 hhds We have had another week of very life Druggists who can observe its Prices effects on many customers every- Â¬ largo receipts and sales where speak very highly of it Mr have been strong for good to fine John Weaver of Knightetown Ind grades also everything with color says I have sold much of Dr Miles The common nondescript types New Cure and have received many especially when out of condition O Monroe of Dun havo been irregular and some oasier good reports And Tho rains during the latter part of last N Y reports large sales the best part of it is every bottle hae week and tho first of this week havo Sold and guar Â¬ been more general in character and given satisfaction 0 have increased the planting materianteed by J W Qayle Â¬ A Valuable Discovery CO CD CD CO su CO Jrttett tobacco Oolory trash Common lugs not colory For Rent Tho two story brick Oolory lugs residence on Washington street Common toxeai loaf good known as the First Presbyterian Modium Parsonage Possession given April Qood to fine fillers Apply to H H Watson or J W Seleot or wrappory 1st 27 Fon Sale or Rent Cottage con Â¬ taining flvo rooms situated on Gross Btreot South Side Delightful loca- Â¬ tion and all necessary conveniences Apply to Mrs Mary Brown Day 32 tf State Librarian m ally The following quotations fairly roprosont our market for hurley tobacco Trash dark or damaged 2 00 4 00 4 00 7 00 S3 10 6 12 o H o su 0 50 00 00 00 uuot 12 00 12 00 18 00 18 00 23 00 29 50 tf loaf 23 00 All styles of hand made Harness Saddles Buggy Dusters Fly Nets Horse Boots and other Turf Goods i t ry i Personal Mr Ohas W Saffoll has been spend Â¬ ing this week in Lexington Miss Mary Browder roturned Satur Â¬ day from n visit to relatives in LouiB Rev George Darsie will preach at the Christian Church at Bridgeport and Children for The Georgetown times says that to morrow afternoon at 3 oclock tho address before the Literary So- Â¬ Caatoria acres Colic Constipation CastorUla so well adapted to children that Sour Stomach Diarrhoea EructaUon I rocommenditMsuperior to any prescription cieties of tho College on Tuesday Rev W G Neville will preach in Kills Worms sires sleep and promotes dt A Aachxx M D known to mo II evening of last week by Judge Wm the Presbyterian Church at Bridge Â¬ Without injurious medication Ill So Oxford St Brooklyn N T Lindsay of this city was a splendid port to morrow afternoon at 330 offort replete with fresh vigorous oclock For several yean I have recommended1 The use of Castoriato sounhrerssl and Caatoria and shall always continue to Its merits so well known that It seems a work your as has invariably produced beneficial thoughts happily expressed in well do so of supererogation to endorse It Few are the results it There will be no services at tho chosen words and was enjoyed by a Intelligent families who do not keep Caatoria Edwin F PAnnn M D within easy reach large audience The speaker made Baptist Church to morrow as the u The Wlnthrop 125th Street and 7th Ave Carlos MarttkDD City New York New York City an earnest plea for purer politics and pastor Rev W 0 Taylor is on a Late Pastor Bloomlngdale Reformed Church a return to the better days of the visit to his parents in Oregon Republic when Tn CoRini Cokpamt 77 Murray Strkkt Nkw York Judge Montlort is at tne uapuai no- Â¬ for their country politicians were The usual services at Ascension rather than self Church to morrow morning at 11 te with her husband Louisville The great need of the times was for oclock and at 8 oclock p m will bo Mr 0 S Dodson of came up Thursday to attond the fu- Â¬ men with courage to do right with- Â¬ conducted by Rev E A Penick tho out regard to eonsequonces This neral of Mrs William Wilder fact he impressed upon the young rector Â¬ Miss Rebecca Johnson left TuesSA day morning for a visit of several men for whose benefit he was more tfW Rev J McOlusky Blayney D D VT weeks to friends in Louisville particularly speaking He gave some will occupy his pulpit at the First Thod F Sullivan wife and wholesome advice for their guidance Presbyterian Mr to morrow children of Hiawatha Kansas are now that they were about to enter morning at 11 Churchand 800 p m oclock in the city visiting relatives upon the practical duties of life as usual Miss Ruth Stanton and Miss Minnie VanDerveer have gono to Mt Sterl- The New Superintendent Rev W G Neville the pastor will ing to visit Miss Laura Lindsy occupy his pulpit at tho Southern Miss Asenath Forman of Fern HAS LEO ALL WORM REMEDIES FOR 20 YEARS Below we give some extracts to morrow Church Bank Ohio is the guest of her from papers published in the section Presbyterian cousin Miss Florence Stanton EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED SOU EVERYWHERE of tho State from which Prof morning at 11 oclock and at 800 p Mr M W Wilkins of Winfield McHenry Rhoads the newly elected m as usual Kansas Associate editor of the Non Superintendent of the City School PREMEDBY RICHARMOK TAYLORMEDCO STUMS MO is visiting Dr S F Conformist Tho usual services at the Church comes that our people may know Smith of the Good Shepherd to morrow will Â¬ Mr Hiram Berry wife and grand- what the people think of him who be conducted by Rev Father Gorey daughter Miss Nellie Orbison left have known him for years the pastor Thursday afternoon for a visit to Prof McHenry Rhoads JAY-EY-EChicago of Hartford College and senior First mass at 8 a m Second lfRte Cr fl 1030 a m Vespers at 3 Miss Margaret A Lewis left Thurs- editor of the Hartford Herald has mass Mr J I Case Hickory Orovo Fnrm homo j been elected Superintendent of the p m Hacinc Wis fcuys of Alter ti Int day afternoon for a trip to Richmond cvory known remedy I remened a lugoUiiirh Old Point Comfort and Cape Henry Public schools of Frankfort to fill of two years standing from a J j cuv old filly the vacancy caused by the death with three applications of Virginia Rev H G Henderson A M will of Supt Browder This is a high Mrs Sarah LeCompte and daugh- Â¬ compliment to Prof Rhoads from preach at the Methodist Church QUINNS ter Miss Maggie left Thursday after- Â¬ the fact that several of the leading to morrow morning at 11 oclock noon to visit friends tit Ghent Car- Â¬ educators of the State were appli- Â¬ and at 800 p m Itlstliobcst preparation I havoevcrw crimhmid S roll county of 1 heartily rccommonil it to nil licivjntcu cants for the position The selection 5 The Sunday school at 930 oclock Wc have hundreds of such testimonial Miss Lotta Wilson of Aberdeen of Prof Rhoads will also show the a m good judgment of Ohio who has been visiting her sis he will make them the trustees for Price 3150 per bottle Askyourdrucglstforlt Ifho an exceptionally The Epworth League convenes in U Mon- Â¬ ter Miss Maud returned home docs not keep it bend us 5c smuips or sll or for trlcl box good Superintendent He is Gray- Â¬ the class room at 645 p m day morning W B E1DY CO Whitehall N X trade katik and she is proud of sons Mr Harry G Johnson of the Capi- Â¬ him Grayson Gazette tal office left last Saturday to visit Prof McHenry Rhoads editor of Rev George Darsie will occupy his relatives in Jefferson county and will the Hartford Herald has been elected pulpit at the Christian Church to- Â¬ to the superintendency of the Frank-Â¬ morrow morning at 11 oclock be absent for a month In fort schools This is a high and well the evening at 8 oclock there will be Mr O J Cromwell managing edi- Â¬ deserved compliment to a worthy tor of the Louisville Daily Commer- Â¬ educator Tho place is worth 1800 an exhibition given by tho members cial spent Tuesday and Wednesday per year There is nothing so good of tho Mission Band of the Church in this city visiting friends ize-Acxzox that we should not rejoice to see it The Young Peoples Society of Mrs O R Crutcher of this city come to McHenry Rhoads 3Iadison Christian Endeavor meets in the and Miss Jennie Mauklin of this villc Hustler chapel at 730 p m county attended the commence- Â¬ ments at Georgetown last week June Court A carpenter by the name of M S Hon M T Bryan ec State Senator Powers fell from the roof of a house AND DEALER IN- of Nashville Tennessee and brother Tho Franklin Circuit Court met in in East Des Moines Iowa and sus Â¬ of Lieutenant Governor Bryan was regular June term on Monday with tained a painful and serious sprain of n in the city this week arguing a case Judge Warren Montfort on the bench the wrist which ho cured with one Si fc bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm before the Court of Appeals F i and Commonwealths Attorney John He says it is worth 5 a bottle It Mr Hugh Rodman who has been IIPB AND FITTINGS ETC STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO a student of the University of Mich S Gaunt present No business was cost him 50 cents For sale by39J 4tW JOB AND CONTRACT WORK ALL WORK GAYLE lean Ann Arbor returned home transacted on Monday aside from GUARANTEED Wednesday to spend the vacation charging the grand jury and organ IJtalett Tlsacker with his parents at Point Breeze izing tho petit juries and then ad- Â¬ In rear of Salondors Grocery FRANKFORT KENTDKQY Prof McHenry Rhoads the newly journing over until Tuesday Mr R Lee Hulett of the Rounda elected superintendent of tho city Following are the juries as made hout office and Miss Janie Thacker schools was in the city the first of up Â¬ were married at tho home of the the week conducting the examinaGrand Jury Wm Jones Foreman bride in Louisville on Monday aftertion of teachers Ho will remove his family hero some time in August and Job Smith Davis Harrod J L Hulett noon by Rev Mr Sprose Immedibe ready to take charge of the schools Wm Powers Isaac Williams Jamison ately after the ceremony tho happy in September Carter Robert Church Ohas Baker young couple took tho train for this Miss Carrie Blakemore this coun- Â¬ Bob Hawkins Harry Shaw Ambrose city Queensware and Fancy China Tea Sets 56 and have gono to housekeeping ty Miss Annie Abraham Messrs Polsgrove Jno B Gaines James An Â¬ pieces 3 Dinner Sets from 850 up The larg- Â¬ in a neat little cottage on Steele Robert Trabue Frank Bull Edmund est stock in Central Kentucky to select presents W Taylor Attilla 0 Norman Fay- Â¬ derson Reuben Hawkins and J T street If Lee makes as good a husband from ette Hewitt Julian Jackson Oraik Larkin as he is a printer the young bride will Jackson George R Hunt and Wins Petit Jury No 1 Wm Pryor W Stoves Tinware and Home Furnishing Goods low Robinson of this city attended A Parris Jno Newman B Frank never have occasion to regret her choice and heros hoping their lives Cook Stoves from 475 up Heating Stoves the hop at Georgetown Friday evenJones B S Hughos D J Hoakin may be an unending dream of happi Â¬ from 3 up ing of last week m smith Robert Young Jno Bodkins ness Plumbing and Gas Fitting Tin Roofing and Across the Seep to the Far Wait J W Sanders and Robert Storts Re EIected Guttering Job work of nil kinds in both branches Petit Jury No 2 H W Leitch cars and stago coaches Hot n iteamboats done promptly aud guaranteed to be first class Mr Stephen Black of this county Wash Crutcher Leander Rucker W tetters Stomach Bitten Is carried as the most Important Item In the materia tnedica of the Â¬ was re elected as a trustee of George- G Roberts J M Todd M B Lucas traveling It deprives vitiated brack I have the largest stock in my different lines town College at the meeting of the Wm Sea J W French J W Glass lsh water public hurtful properties and exÂ¬ el Its to be found in Central Kentucky and at prices Â¬ Board of Education held in George- Culvin Sheets J J Thompson and ecrable flavor counteracts the pernicious that are beyond all competitors Give me a call effects upon the stomach of bad or Indigestible town on Wednesday M D Averill remedies cramps heartburn and wind Very little business was transacted food the stomach It Is a fine defense against upon MISS Blackburns Enter on Tuesday or Wednesday as the malarial disorders nullifies the effects of ex and damp relieves sick taiument court was waiting upon the grand cesslve heat cold an Incomparable cure or headache and Is costlvenesB and biliousness The fatigue ol travel often tells most disastrously upon In Miss Henrietta Blackburn gave a jury Â¬ Progressive Euchre Party at the Wednesday tho case of Frank Ken- vallds and convalescents occasionally to sucb an extent as to Jeopardize life Persons la apprehensive of bad effects from home of her parents near Spring Sta- Â¬ nedy for the killing of Louis Weit feeble health provided with the Butters be tar travel will It About zel was called and set for the tenth less likely to have their fears realised tion Thursday evening thirty couples of young people went day of the term and it was decided s out from this city It was quite an to take up the cases of the CommonMarried wealth vs James W Tates bonds- Â¬ elegant affair m men on Monday week In order to the Meriwether Hotel In 1891 E A try these cases Judge Montfort has this city on Sunday Juno 14 und by RevRebecca Got a Raise Miss Mr Lucian Klrm Penick Moore both of Owen county extended the term two weeks Have ANTA On Tburedav July 18 1891 at Under the rerating of second class Thursday afternoon the case of the MOORK B Clerks olllce In this city by Esuulre the County post offices in Kentucky which waB Commonwealth vs Ohas Johnson J W Bolmnnnn Mr John Moore und Miss Murlha A Buntu both of this comity Monconcluded at Washington on the burglar who entered the residence OUST STZEeZEJIEl day the salary of Postmaster James of Mrs Mary S Hendrick and stole Born M Saflbll of this city was raised three thousand dollars worth of dia- Â¬ one hundred dollars In 1890 ho re monds and jewelry was called and sot McENNIS In Bellenolnt on Snturdaj June 14 -- H101 ceived 2400 and this year will re- Â¬ for yesterday morning When John 18Jl to Mr W W McKnnls and wifu son son was brought into court yester Â¬ v ceive 2500 i day and arraignod upon the chanre ho VMu c3B SHILOHS CATARRH REMEDY plead cure for Catarrh nimandery to be Insti- - in tho guilty and was given four years A marvelousCanker mouth and JJviO Penitentiary Diphtheria Capital Hotelf Basement of tuteci Tho case of Harry Grant charged Headache With each bottle there with cutting Bob Green with intent is an ingenious nasal Injector for the iSkiMH nd Commander J W Pruott to kill was next taken up and result- Â¬ more successful treatment of these BThey will fill this space with an entirely new advertisement in a to Paris on Saturdajt evening ed in Grant being sent to tho peni- - complaints without extra charge 37 short time imiTlHL ne 27th for the purpbse of in tentiary for one year Price 50c Sold by J W Gayle ville Hon Evan E Settle of Owonton was in the city Wednesday on legal business Mr Ohas Graham of Louisville was in tho city Monday visiting his old friends Miss Irene Went of Lexington is visiting her father Col Ed 0 Went in this city Mr Sandy Hord of Aurora Illi- Â¬ nois visited his parents hero the first of the week Miss Anneta Muldoon of Louisville is visiting Miss Mamie Bull on Cross street Mrs Cornelia Bush of Louisville is visiting her daughter Mrs Geo P Berry in this city Mrs Montfort of Owenton wife of Â¬ stituting Ccour DoLion Commnndery Religious of Knights Templar in that city and will bo escorted by some ten or a We would be greatly obliged to the ministers and officers ol churches in the dozen Sir Knights of Frankort Com city if they would furnish us with any mandery No 4 who will assist him uninmiceinents which they may wish in tho ceremony of institution The madel now Commandery will start oft with Rev H G Henderson will preach at fifteen or twenty members and has Cedar Chapel to morrow afternoon at twelve or thirteen petitions for the 3 oclock orders pending m sw7 Lfc A Splendid Effort - m III 1 I V Infants fi i Â¬ WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE V Vice-Preside- nt I 8EEMM pjfiVir-iui-i- -i Â¬ Jny-Eyo-S- 11 WTHT Â¬ son-in-la- w S58B EDWARO --- JinfifdgaIit umber Gas BsSteam Fitter Tubs Sinks Closets a m Fixtures Bat Â¬ Â¬ M H EF JOHN I BUCKLEY Â¬ u JOHN T BTJCKLEY l JACOB SWIGERT CO Â¬ Removed From the Baltzel Building Â¬ lXlr TO - 11 AND 102 HNN STR EET the Si 4 M BBS m 1 m m mmm tifettfi KK ajW m WZi rnvf J5 TT rir W WW 3 nlior do Fnublan Violinist and Sig J tho ronowned Lorenzo Rodmimnoni Ophecliedist all of Julliens dlnlmmlod Ochostra will lmvo tho honor of appear Our citizona lmvo hnd n groat treat ing on tho oociision during the past few weeks in tho way Madame Rosa Do Eliphanti Pritno of music of a high order of excel Â¬ Dono Contralto from Astloya Opora lence not only as rendered by the House London togothor with Mlle La Mitchellotto the celebrated French Gan several most excellont bauds escort- Â¬ latrice her accomplished supporter will ing tho visiting Knight Templars sing thoir favorite duet from the opera but that given by tho local talent of of Massinnollo On this occusion Madame Eliphanti will appear tho city which so kindly aided in tho apparel presented to herin tho gorgeous by His Imperial entertainment of tho Grand Com Majesty NicholaH in presonco of tho Assembled Court and Allied Powers of mandery Frankfort may justly claim tho Russia Â¬ musical Matters in Frank fort Forty Years Ago Â¬ ml B-- xight of being considered a musical city possessing as it does not a few accomplished musicians of noto bo sides a very promising class of younger amateurs who are growing up and who will do honor to the city In the future In speaking on these matters with one of our citizens who has been somewhat conversant with the music and musicians of Frankfort for tho past four decades wo are reminded of tho fact that the art flourished in a high state of cultivation hero early in the fifties when quite a num- Â¬ ber of soloists both vocal and instrumental gave fame to the place and delight to its music loving inhabi- Â¬ tants Some of tho older citizens of to day will no doubt bo able to recall a series of musical entertainments given by tho young men of that time associated together under the namo and style of Prof Leo Nardis French These and Italian Opera Company concerts were extended through sev- Â¬ eral seasons and were from first to last largely attended in fact tho audiences were limited only by tho capacity of tho largest halls in the town The proceeds were devoted to charitable purposes tho funds being divided among the churches to be distributed to tho poor The last of the concerts was given in the present ball room of the Capital Hotel shortly after its completion and far eclipsed all previous eiForts The music was carefully selected and tho costuming was gorgeous particularly that of Mad Eliphanti and her train of attending Maids of Honor Several skilled costumers were em- Â¬ ployed for the occasion and the effects produced were startling Very few of the performers who participated in these concerts now survive two or three only are living in the city We reproduce the pro- Â¬ gramme of the concert above alluded to the last of the series with a list of the artists and some of the notices of the press which appeared at the time Â¬ Â¬ PROGRAMME PARTIE 1 PREMIER Grand Overture Tho Evacution of tho Principalities aB com- Â¬ posed by Pano Henrico Henslesld in Frankfort Ky U S will make thoir stay with us a short ono Last night in complimont to Hor Majosty thoy appeared at Court in thoir A LL PERSONS KNOWING THEMSELVES IN v debled to the tlrm of B II McCoy gorgoous apparol presented them by Hi a as- Â¬ Co signed are reiiucsted to come forward and settle Majesty tho Emporor of Japan and their Indebtedness Ami tho creditors of said performed two of thoir most celebrated llnnnre hereby notllled to present thfir claims to piocos tho Drinking Song from Leti- Â¬ tho undersigned proven us required by law on or before July 1st 1831 J W GAYLE tia Gorgin with Lagor Bier accom Assignee of B 11 McCoy Co paniments and Oh Non tremare or 28 Sni Mar Oh Dolorium Tremons and so truthfully was tho part of Mon Wholo Toni represented that it is believed by many who aro unacquainted with truo operatic TV J7 delineation that tho porformor actually laborod under mania portu Do not HERETOFORE THE LAW PABTNEHSHIP been by mutual 1 pxlstlng between us has miss a trent ospecially a musical ono i Wo will wind up all this day dissolved consent ii like this Wo deeply regret tho indispo COPVIMOHTIBSO old business together Persons Indebted to us sition of Mad Pici Souoki who our As fiood as new will settle with either J A SCOTT readers will remember was dangerous thats the condition of liver stom- Â¬ or J A VIOLETT ly wounded by tho bursting of a bomb June C tf shell whilst performing boloro Sevastopol ach and bowels when Dr Pierces Assignees Notice Â¬ Â¬ J Dissolution Notice Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Orchestra Notk In this pleco will bo described the rainuer In wiilch tne Raskins retreated as witnessed by the composer Song from 2 Brindisi Drinking 3 Letitia Gorgia with Lager Bier Donizetti accompaniments Mons Whole Toni Dueto- - BassDrum and Orphecliedo as performed by Sig Rodmanoni and Mons Whole Toni before the Caliph of Bagdad America Song Homo Sweet Home as originally composed by Don Bobitalio during his incarceration in tho Pyramids of Egypt Mons Whole Toni Rosinanto Galop on Bunbijar and Swinette performed by Senor 4 5 with marked success Orchestra Received in Boston 6 7 8 Ricardo and Rustighetto com- Â¬ posed by Don Quixotte Song Wo come with horns to greet you Mad Rosa do Ele phanti Quick step from the opera of Oarreinobak Orchestra Interval of ten minutes PARTIE DEUXIEME GRAND OPERA AT THE CAPITAL HOTEL Frankfort Ky Thursday Evening April 19th 1853 RK fc be incomplete without one short tributo to tho musical accomplishment of Sig Leo Nardi and his inimitabloOpera Com pany Although we do not profess to bo ablo to plunge into tho almost fathomless doptha of thoir ravishing minstrelsy and pluok therefrom the Pearls of gen Â¬ us wo nevertheless conscientiously claim DISTRIBUTION to be a oonnoissour in our own National Air Shanghai ohiokons nre all tho go On this occasion tho following artists and unhesitatingly pronouuoo its execu will appear Musical tion on tho Kuz guzzy by Don Bobitalio Henslonski Pnno Honrico as unequalled by any artist since the days Director G Grandiaoni Loo Nardi princi of tho immortal Chaug Taug Prof In conclusion wo would say Let him pal Pianist to tho Emperor of Russia Mons R Moreau Wholo Toni tho Aus who dares contend with Mons Bille of with his trian born Paganlni assisted by Sig Hairdyo of Marayorsinstrumont think the and remembor nor J Novelli Caioni Sig J Masoui tho fato Violinists veugouoo of Apollo Brownardi tho Portuguese Sig Moredina pupil of the world re From the Paris Monlteur and nown Whole Toni will oxoouto various Tho Leo Nardi Opora Troup This ro Â¬ pieces upon thoir instruments nowned company of artists now about to Horr E Garlando Henslauo Flutist open nt tho lmporial Academy of Miihio Extraordinaire to tho Doy of Algiers constitutes tho greatest musical attrac assisted by Don Bobitalio first Flutist to tion of our city Thoy lmvo just re tho Emporor of Japan who recently ar turned from a most triumphant tour rived in tho American Expedition as through Chinn and Japan and aro tho bearer of dispatches to tho American only foreigners who havo over gained and Mons Averillo tho admittance into tho groat city of Jeddo Governinout Swiss flutist will delight tho audience Tho incidents connected with thoir en with several of thoir Popular Airi trance into those hitherto forbidden walls Violinist primo aro truly wonderful and illustrates to Mons Rlllehardi Mons M Do Westini first Violincolloist perfection tho linos of tho poot from tho Opora IIouso Rotterdam Pano Music has charms to siiwthe tho sav Jocko Honsleski the distinguished Po age breast lish Guitarist Sig E Dgar Ktononi the Jlrom tho London Times Hiokoni Sig E Gorman OlarionetistWo aro gratifiod to loam thattho Mana Oritti first Violincelloist from tho Opera IIouso Paris ESamuolliTibblodini Flu gers of tho Royal Opora House havo per tist to tho Empress of Russia Mons E fected an engagement with Prof Leo Mitolielloto Guitarist Sonor Ricondo Nardis oelobrated Opora Troupe though Swinotto Carlo Egbert Guitarist Ohov- - wo deeply regrot that thoir ongagomouts Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The flrbt appearance of Prof C Grandisoni Leo Nardis famous opera troupe since its return from a success- Â¬ ful tour through the principal cities of the world in consequence or the Evacuation of the Principalities by the Russians Prof Leo Nardi has been compelled to return with his troupe for a short time to the United States and respectfully announces one of their grand performances in the city of Frankfort tho proceeds of which will be distributed to the poor of the city and county The Agent congratulates the pub- Â¬ lic upon the acquisition to the opera troupe since itslastappearancebefore an enlightened American audience ofPane Henrico Henslenski the Great Polish Composer and Director with many vocal and orchestral perform- Â¬ ers late of Julliens company which recently disbanded in Paris The director earnestly hopes that tho sleek appearance of the orchestra will not elicit a more than ordinary curiosity as it has been lately per-Â¬ forming for forty successive nights Sundays excepted before his Majes- Â¬ ty the Emperor of Japan at Jeddo on all wnion occasions iney were compelled to present themsolves with varnished or Japannod faces in ac- Â¬ cordance with the customs of the emj pire absolutely cures catarrh It cures No 3 PRVCTICE IN ALL THE COUNTS OF South Hound No 1 NoO neuralgia and rheumatism ucom Cures Franklin county and the Court of Appeals Dallr Daily Dally and Federal Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum Superior In Duvtll Courts Express fast line Ex bun building opposite County in the most soothing manner Cures Ofllce Ofllce June03m Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Cleiks Cures Coughs and Colds Can be Lve Cincinnati 8 10am 800pm 3 00pm Lvevovington 818dIU b Otfiim aoopui Cuts taken internally bruises Falmouth U4Gani Ulbpui 4a2ptn burns chilblains sores of long stand- Â¬ 13 Cavitina Largo al Factotum Cvtithiani 10 4HIH1 OJpin SStipni ing corns and bunions are cured A GOOD SHELBY COUNTY FARM WITH OR Arr runs do Perryville from II Barbierro llllbam lUbpm tilOpni quickly different from all else supe- Â¬ Ky without growing crop situated near llatton LeMngtonimUlin 11 IWpm 7Upm Rosslinsi Mad Rosa de Eliphanti containing 41 acres with good dwelling and Lve Paris 613pm Apply on the premises to H25ain 14 Waltz from The Shoemaker of rior to all else it has no equal 25 and outbuildings 50c boxes large size cheapest Sold b 5upm JOHN W SAKUENT Arr Winchester lu lUnn Bridgeport Orchestra 7 03pm Lve WlncheMer 12 40pm or to CHAS F EXUM Opera of La at Phil Carpenters drug store South June 13 lt 15 Oh no Gunger 7 55pm Arr Kichmona 1 3jpm Frankfort Ky 52 Side 1 ajpni Lve Richmond Benditti Sumpumkins lu5pin Lve Uerea 16 Song One bumper at parting tho KENTUCKY UNION CO RAILWAY ArrLivingston UOopin many from Moores Irish Mellow A Little Girls Experience 315pm Lve Livingston in a Lighthouse 4 09111 TIME CARD Lve Loudon days and Mellow nights Mad 4 50111 Arr Corblu EFFECTIV DECSMBSR 213T Rosa de Elephanti 1890 LveCorbln 5 UUpm GOING EAST Mr and Mrs Loren Trescott are 17 Solo on the Bass drum by request LveHarbrvllle 5 5Jpm li 41pm Plnevllle keepers of the Gov Lighthouse at LenvoTexIngton by Novelli Canoni 300 p m Lve TilJDlll Leave Winchester 4 0 p in LveMlddlesbh The evening entertainments will Sand Beach Mich and are blessed Lento Clay City 7 5Upml 431 p in ArrCumbGap conclude with the celebrated Duetto with a daughter four years old Arrive Lumber Point 6 25 p in Lve Corbin 4 EOpm G 30 p in from the of opera Massinello by Mad Last April she was taken down with Arrive Three Forks 5 45pm Lve Wllllasbg t Rosa de Eliphanti and Mlle La Measles followed with a dreadful Leave Three Forks Arr Jelhco 1130 a in aiin Cough and turning into a fever Doc- Â¬ Arrive Elkatawa 125 p m Lve Richmond 1 30pm Mitchellotto re- - tors at home and at Detroit treated 4 45pm Lve Lancaster The ladies aro respectfully GOING WEST 5 20pm Air stuntord to be particular how they her but in vain she grew worse Leve Elkatawa 833 a in auested boquets as Mons rapidly untilshe was a mere handful Arrive Three Forks their 1030 a in Then she tried Dr Kings Leave Tlireo Forks Benito Selbini was much injured at of bones 6 00 a m No 2 No 4 No C Arrive Lumber 003 a m North Bound Dally Daily the last concert by being struck with New Discovery and after the use of Arrive Clay CityPoint 737 a in Express Daily Ex Sun a Tea Rose the result of which com- Â¬ two and a half bottles was complete- Â¬ Arrive Winchester 830 a m ly cured They say Dr Kings New Arrive Lexington pelled him to retire from the stage 9 30 a m persons who Discovery is worth its weight in goid those Notice Connections made at Lumber Point with 7 00nu surreptitiously gained admittance yet you may got a trial bottle free at steamerto for Beattjvllle Elkatawa is nearest Lve Stanford S v Lancaster 7 50U11 Jackson Ky Trains between Three station previous concerts are Phil Carpenters Drug Store to our 10 15am Forks and Lexington run dally between Three ArrKichmond V to come ior- 6 u herebv notified Forks ami Elkatawa dally Sundays excepted LeTellIeo 15um m J L MURPHY Lve Wllllasbg 5ii 8Jb 50am ward and make immediate payment General Passenger Agent Arr Curtlu 33111 31 Dont Forget of their admission fees otherwise LveCiunbGap 0 SJam their accounts will be placed in the If yon are going west that the otiesih Lve illdillobh 0 to i in hands of the Sheriff for collection run be Louis Air Lve PlnevilK Louisville 7 47U11 H a Cards of Admission 50 cents No the finest trains in the worldlane Lve Uarbrvllle 8 35am between OLD KENTUCKY ROUTE Arr Corbin seats K 0 231U1 charge for reserved Louis Louisville and Trains J 45am HmK Tickets to be had at the Capital leaving at 810 a St daily equipped Newport News Mississippi Valley Co E D Lve Corbin m Lve Loudon 10 21am Hotel and at tho stores of Evans Vrr Livingston 11 05im with Pullman perfected safty steam Swigert and John M Todd Lve Livingston 11 15H11 heated day coaches parlor and din- Â¬ Lve lierea Diapraghm of the hall to be seen at ing cars Trains leaving Louisville Washington Philadelphia 12 16uil ArrKichmond 12461111 the above places at 915 p m equipped with day Baltimore Lve Richmond OOjiin 12 4hpm New York Doors open at 7 oclock overture coaches and Pullman drawing room Arr Winchester 6 f5am 1 40pm LVe Winchester 7 101111 1 5Spiu promptly at 8 sleepers Old Point and the Sea Shore Arr Paris 7 45am 2 33pm Children in arms not admitted If you wish comfort safty and Lve Lexington 7 Mam 2 00pm 3 45pm Beware of pickpockets 7 58am 2 45pm 4 25pm AND ALL EASTERN CITIES Arr Paris quick time be sure and call for tick 0 Ciceroni Leo Nardi Lve Cynthiana 8 21am 3 15pm 4 48pm ets via the Air Line Any information IN EFFECT MAY 18 16U1 Lvo Falmouth 0 231111 4 10pm 5 bOpm Agent regarding maps rates etc will be Arr Covington 1049am 5 40pm 6 37pm J Muderla Toddle Printer Rue de St Clair promptly furnished by writing to Arr CInclnnatli 10 55am 5 0llll 6 45pm F a s t Limited A Rill Accm Frankfort on the Kentuck Grand Aria from opera of La Buy a Dear Verdi 10 GhineBe Duetto on the Goofaw and Kuz guzzy from tho opora of Hugag by wnong itang anu aoo Ghong Hang Koo Oh Tremere 11 Duetto Onon delirium tremens Mad Ele phanti and Mile Piggi Squeiki 12 Solo -- On the instrument used by Sampson in his encounter with the Philistines On this occasion Don Rustighetti will use his own instrument Don Rustighetti 9 nre hnppy to learn that Prof Loo Nardis Opera Company arrived here in the steamship Asia from Liverpool lnxt oroning and will fulfill their engagement at Castle Garden prior to their departure for the West and South For us to protend to dilate on tho excellencies of this company would bo attempting that which words aro iudequato to ex press Ono trill from Sig Rodmanonis Ophecleide or Sig Recardos Swinetto is as thrilling and beautifully soft as Tho harp that once thro Taras halls Tho soul of musio shed And as wo sat enchanted under the mel- Â¬ low influence of Mons Tibbeldinis flute we felt ourselves nearer Elysium than were the Giants of old who mounted Ossa upon Polion thoreby to scale Heaven Mad Eliphanti is a blooming canta trice of perhaps five and twenty summers with a most intellectual cast of features and a figure in which are blended in tho most exquisite harmony both tho spirituel and the ombou point but a doop sense of our inability to do justice to the charms of this wonderful artiste con strains us to oloso our attempted delinea tion for in tho words of that heavonly bard Abe Fulkorsou tho eccentrio Who can paint tho Rainbow Wo Â¬ From tlio Now York Herald work Its a work that isnt fin- Â¬ ished when youve stopped taking them either Its lasting They cure as well as relieve And its all dono so mildly and gently Theres none of tho violence that went with the old time pill One tiny sugar coated Pellets a gentle laxative three to four act as a cathartic Sick Headache Bilious Headache Constipation Indiges- Â¬ tion Bilious Attacks and all de- Â¬ rangements of the stomach and bowels are prevented relieved and cured As a Liver Pill theyre un cqualcd Theyre purely vegetable perfectly harmless tho smallest cheapest and easiest to take Theyre tho cheapest pill you can buy because theyre yuarantecd to give satisfaction or your money is Pleasant Pellets have dono their H G MATTEEKT oe3b PUtllHllir 334 MAIN STREET FRANKFOKT KY Kentucky Central Railway BLUE GRASS ROUTE Sliortestand Quickest ruuterrom returned Â¬ Â¬ You onlj pay for the good you Can you ask more get Thats the pecidiar plan all Dr Pierces medicines aro sold on ClCfJLltVL KENTUCKY TO ALL POINTS IHTI EAST WEST SiBTfiWEST FAST LI NE BETWEEN Dr Hales Household Oint- Â¬ ment J AMES A VIOLETT A LEXINGTON SCHEDULE KY AND CINCINNATI TTORNE V A T LA IF IN EFFLCT MAY 10TH 1891 Is the finest cure in the world It FRANKFORT FOR SALxEl U ST I I NOTICES OP THE PRESS Literal translation from the China Mall Wo feel that this mornings issue would B L 10 tf Trav Pass Agt Louisville Ky Bryant EAST BOUND Mai Dallv Express PARLOR SUITS Lexington Lve 7 331111 3 J tain Winchester Mt Sterling Arr 8 52am Arr Olive Hill Lve 10 40am 12 lSpill Ashland 12 28pm Cittlettsburg Huntington Arr 1250IU11 WEST BOUND 1030pm 1043pm 1107pm awpra KXSltll Ex Sun ti lupin 5 45pm 11 101111 i uupnt i urn 1230pm 730pm 7 finm 1 05pm 1000pm iiaiuy uuiy Dally Daily MAYSVILLE BRANCH i t s North Bound Lve Cincinnati Lve Covington Lve Lexington Lve Paris Arr Millersburg Arr Carlisle No 10 Daily Ex Sun No i Ex Sun Daily 025am DAILY 645am 84Miiu J 03am 7 7 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ashland 10pm It being the season of Olive Hill Arr 55pm Ex Sun 27am Whichever laim 453pm 715am 53pm year when housekeep- Mt Sterling Arr 1203iin 432pmc2jani 20pm 530pml805ini1 Lexington 45pm LIMITED VESTIBULED EXPRESS runs Vestlbuled Pullman IluiTet ers are cleaning house dalyaud hasLouisville Lexington Washington ers between 7 4 00a m Huntington Lve Cattlettsburg Lve 20pm 023am 1 3Jpm 1 50iii U37am 303pm liOUllll 1 f 57pm i33llll Arr Johnson Arr Maysville 8 8 9 10 300pm 3 06pm 5 20pm 00 a 55 a ill C15pm 18am 638pm 40am 700pm 34am 754pm 10 a in 8 30pm 111 South Bound Lve Lve Lve Lve Maysville 8 1 1 No 0 Daily Ex Sun 5 20 a 111 5 57lllll 6 50 a 111 7 15 a 111 7 40 a 111 8 28 a 111 10 411 a 111 10 55 am No Ex Sun 1 Dally 50 p n m Â¬ 10 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 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 New York and Old Point Comfort Is made part of the celebrated Johnson Carlisle Millersburg Arr Paris Sleep- Â¬ Arr Lexington Arr Covington This train Arr Cincinnati 2 20pm 45pm 10pm 00pm 37pm G45pm 3 3 4 7 O 227pm e if1 7 C O Route W LMUNSON Trav Pass S It KNOTT Agt Cincinnati dally between Make direct At connections at Huntington with C A O V Hy At Winchester with K Ashland with S C H It north and south bound ami at Lexing ton with L A N L S and CN OV T P Hall Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ROGERS SON May2 ly C PATMORE Manager Gen Pass Agt General OMlces Louisville Ky S F H MOUSE Asst Genl Pass Agt Ofllco Chamber of Commerce Bldg Cincinnati O No 1 Dally to all points except Rowland Dlvl Sinn which Is dally except Sunday roads No 2 ltuns dally from Lexington to Cincin Â¬ nati ACCOMMO LEXINGTON AND OLIVE HILL Nol Uunsililly DATION dally except Sunduv Connects at No 4 Runs dally from all stations except the Winchester to and rrom K C Points and at Rowland Division which Is dally except Sunday Lexington with L t N It It for Louisville Ky No 0 Dally except Sunday No 5 runs dally between Cincinnati and Lex Â¬ LEXINGTON AND MT STEHLING ACCOMMO ington DATION runs dally except Sunday and nmkes No 16 Pari and Lexington Accommodation connection ut Winchester to anil Iroin dallv Leaves Lexington 1000 a mArmes Paris direct Mlddlesborough and Itlchmond and at Lex 10 45 a in ington with L S Hy for Louisville 7 Falmouth Accommodation Leares No Arrives Falmouth Cincinnati 515 p in For full Information In regard to Kates Houtes 740 p in dally except Sunday No 8 Meives Falmouth 0 a in Arrives Cin Â¬ Ac apply to any Agent of this or connecting cinnati 755 a in dally excont Sundav lines or to 11 E HUNTINOTON Nos land 3 make connections at Winchester 0 L liHOWN Gen Pass Agent for points on tho NN fc M V Ky E 1 V PandG M LEXINGTON KY No 1 Carries through cars from Cincinnati to W S IUwiison Ky Mlddlesborough and Cumberland Gap unci nil In Â¬ W B utNKY G A G A Lexington Ky Ashland termediate stations and runs dally East of Huntington on the runs FAST MAIL TRAINS Lexington and Huntington Trnft Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 H provided for by her undo and foster FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT father the late Hiram Jott Tho Rntered Base Ball atthe post oflloe at Frankfort Kentucky as second class mailable matter A ttEO LE WIS Editor and Publisher JUNE 20 1891 FRANKFORT THE DEADLY GUN SPRING ll I Wl Mr A Jenkins Killed by a Gun Loaded for a Thief Clias Itl The Crutcher Starks BasoiBall Carrollton Democrat says Mr Owen was in that place laBt week making Club went to Versailles Tuesday and played tho third gamo of a series arrangements to contest tho will with tho Versailles nine which reK of P Excursion sulted in tho Becond victory for our boys The gamo was close and exTho steamer Bellair brought up a citing and was only won in the laBt large excursion party from Carrollton inning whon tho 0 S made five last night Tho excursion was gotten scores and only one man was out up by the Lodge of Knights of Pythias when tho winning run was made in that place and all who came had Following is the score a delightful trip rnrrciiKK staiiks ah it o lii fi n Hewitt p ami f Â¬ Â¬ SxSs jr V Mack Saiyers Darnells Stable Cos New Meat Market 22 Main Street near Mnnnan Fresh Meats of ll ALWAYS ON HAND Mack Saiyers We will run wagons on both sides ot tho river and deliver goods lu any part of tho city April 18 tf Co Bought Ills Home 1 i I o distressing accident occurred at Bridgeport Wednesday night by which one of the cleverest and best citizens of that neighborhood lost his life Mr Ohas M Jenkins who lives about half a mile from he vil- Â¬ lage upon what is known as the Hickman place had been troubled for some time by a chicken thief stealing his poultry and thinking to treat the midnight prowler to a dose of shot ho loaded his gun and placed it in the hen house with a string at- Â¬ tached to the door in such a way that an attempt to get into the house would cause the gun to be discharged He had set the gun for the night and was closing the door carefully when by some means the trigger was sprung and the gun discharged the load passing through the door and taking effect in the abdomen of Mr Jenkins and killing him instantly Mr Jenkins was the youngest son of the late John Jenkins and a brother of Mrs F M Scofleld of this city No man stood higher in the estimation of his neighbors or had more friends in the community in which he was born and raised than did Charley Jenkens and his terrible and untimely death has cast a gloom upon the good people of that section He leaves a widow a sister of Dr George M Reddish formerly of this city and one child to mourn his loss who have the warmest sympathy of a host of friends in their great affliction The trustees of the Rev P S Fall fund have sold to Mr John R Todd the cottage and lot on Campbell street purchased in 18S7 as a homo for Mr Fall for sixteen hundred and fifty dollars Stajar ss WlntersmltSt 3b Ltndsey W 2b South c VniiDervecr r f Llmley H lb Merrlmut 8b nndp Xeninun c I G 2 4 l l t o fi D nntllf e B 2 o 8 3 B l a a a 3 0 a 0 1 VfflrarajosTjaj lAr NvSXW M Doomed OIOT3 JSIKTJOY Deatu 5 6 6 1 U 0 0 2 Licensed Mr Mat Sttmlioiif 2b Henry c f Lntidsberc ss Totals VHRUixns 45 13 25 7 All it o Ml G 1 ft B 0 Justice W H Holt was examined by Ulnkle f 4 1 2 1 the Judges of the Court of Appeals 48 12 27 9 on Tuesday and granted a license to Totals On Wednesday the Crutcher lo- Â¬ practice law He will probably cate at Pineville or Middlesborough Starks nine go to Pleasurevillo to play the club of that place for tho practice of his profession On Saturday an interesting gamo Another Freak of Nature was played at Switzer this county between tho Switzer and Peaks Mill Mr Sol Harris plucked on Wed- Â¬ nines which was witnessed by a large nesday from a bush growing in hiB crowd of spectators Both nines yard a beautiful little pink rose were composed of amateurs yet through tho centre of which the some fine plays were made Follow- Â¬ stem had grown several inches and ing is the score put out leaves giving the bloom the SWlTZEtl it Peaks Jinx 2 Noel c appearance of having been strung Cm tor T r f Tones 2b 3 Kiillhan p upon the stem 2 Church J r f Guvil 81 2 5 1 J Holt son of Chief Proctor lb Leah man c Miliary r t Horry 8b Allen t 1 r 5 6 ft f 3 3 1 1 l 0 0 1 1 Both tho method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste and acts gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleaues the sys UNDER PREVAILING CONDITIONS MANY dooied to death by disease merelr because tlie owners full to take measures to pre Â¬ serve their health Â¬ 2 2 2 2 2 0 3 4 2 2 0 tem effectually dispels colds head Â¬ aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro duced pleasing to tho taste and ac ceptable to tho stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effect prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and 1 bottles by all leading drug Any reliable druggist who gists may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ DR JOS HAAS Hcg d W PoullTy 1C Imk years Used successfully for Will Arrest Disease lreent Disease Expel AVorms Stop the Coujli Increase tho Flesh nnd Hasten Maturity 1IUCKS 200 SI 25 and B0e rernkg 251b cms 312CO The largest packages arethechenp est For Sale by T 1 Trusties Skip Julius Lewis a negro and Ezra Cummings white two trusty con- Â¬ victs employed at the Penitentiary warehouse on High street walked off Monday afternoon and made good their escape Their absence was not noticed until the boll rang to call the convicts to supper and it is not known at what time they disappeared Â¬ topctr p Carter T ss lMVit 1 f South c Cirt r S Newoiilb Wallace f Gregory c I 4 Telt lb 4 Church B 2b 1 Johnson 3b 3 Hajdon ss t 1 2 1 1 1 1 SAN F11ANCISC0 CAL LOUISVIUC KY HEW YORK NY AYLE iTRA ivKTroria tsy Joe Haas V S Ind 3 AuiMstrators ALL Notice 11 pamphlet on swlno will CSHoioUt bo mailed to unj address on receipt of a two cent Ask for Testtmonlils stamp 1 14 Total 23 Total Insurance Paid A check was received by Mr C A Nelson Reporter of FrankfortLodge No 10 Knights of Honor on Monday for two thousand dollars being tho amount of insurance held by the late Sigmund Luscher in that order It was turned over to Mr Luschers heirs to whom it was made payable This makes 44000 which has been paid to beneficiaries in this city by the order since the organization of Fiankfort Lodge No 10 Death of Mrs Wilder Mrs Kittie Wilder wife of tho well N conductor William known L Wilder died Wednesday at her Mrs Wilder was home in Louisville confined to bed at the time her hus- Â¬ tuellthof September forstiiement John HALENirrjBKR Administrator Headaches and fevers to cleanse June 20 lt system effectually yet gently when costive or bilious or when the blood is impure or sluggish to permanent Â¬ ly cure habitual constipation to awak- Â¬ PEUFONS HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST en the kidneys and liver to a healthy ALL ottate of Peter Jett Insolvent are hercbv notllled to produce the Mime- beforo tie 1st day of activity without irritating or weak September 1KJ1 proven ns required by law Wm Ckomwmi ening them use Syrup of Figs lm Assignee ot Peter Jett JunoC 2ni TO TOS1PEI COLDS PERSONS KNOWING THEMSELVES IN to the estate of the Lite Andrew HymiuronuUstedto conio lurwiird anil settle at once aul nil thoe havlmrclilnis against tho estite will iiivsent tl em properly pnm n before Mar Indianapolis 7 Cm NOTICE - IIcreamvIi 9l Roller mm 0- Advertised Letters Below will ho found a list of nilvortispd letters for tho week ending June 20th 1SJI1 - Extractj W J CHIHH JR Of Â¬ Ui band killed the negro Kahr Taylor upon the train two weeks ago her youngest child being only a few days old and tho shock and excitement incident to that unfortunate affair caused her to grow suddenly worse and she never rallied until death She leaves claimed her as his own two little children one two years and the other a few weeks old to tho care of their father who has the deep sympathy of a large number of friends in this city and at other points upon tho railroad which have been mado by his polite and gentle- Â¬ manly treatment of tho traveling public Mrs Wilder was a Miss Brawnor daughter of tho late R S Brawnor of Bellepoint and the remains were brought here for interment the funeral taking place from tho Chris Â¬ tian Church Thursday morning Betty Armstrong It H Allen Adkinfl W S Bovlor Annr Bell Kouert Bancroft Belle 2 Bryant C Bites Hnlasy Baker Lnlie Off Bronston Mollio The two children of Mr M P Gray Badie Sally BlHck Thomas were playing together at their home Camp H C on Lewis street Sunday morning and Cason James M Roy the oldest attempted to chop n Calbert Sally stick with a hatchet when his little Dowuardno Arcliin T Davis J sister Caroline put her right haud Fowler Haunh in the way and the blow descend- Â¬ Formann Lucindn Barrett Alma Finger Cut Grnbe A Geisher Christ Jonkim Rebecca Jctt 111 ram Kemp Susan Lnckliurst Emma Lewis Sallie Lyttle L Morton John P Marshall J T Moghntghiit Saleon Nox Ann Will practice in ill Stitc Courts fice xecond floor Cuilom House Jan yu ly FltANKllHllil President Ad Dimcx Vice Pt evident -- OREAM Extract IS OUR BEST FLOUR BUT EITHER E B Dahstow bee and Treas It T mglNhT iiupoilntendont Tlie Standi Printing OF M Go GOLD MEDAL Former the Standard Printing Ink Works MANUFACTURERS IDGl KING or SILVER MOON IS A GOOD FLOUR FOR THE MONEY ing cut off the end of the mid- Â¬ dle finger only leaving it hanging bya narrow strip of flesh Dr S E James was immediately summond dressed tho wound and thinks he can save the end of the finger PRINTING AND LITHOGRAPHIC INKS Purson Henrietta VARNISHIiSjFTC Scott Elizabeth 103 Canal Cincinnati Ohio une28 ly Stanter Harrison Stant Nora Stivers Martini Stewort Mtuy EY-AT-- L Troy W J AW Winter W M AMD Tho Spectator When calling for these letters say ud- vertibed PRACTICE IN THE COURTS Of J M SAFFKIZi Franklin and the adjoining eountlM and will alio Klre pAclal attention to the purohau Postmaster and sale of real eitate collection ef trnta olalma and tbe negotiation of loans WM CROMWELU ATTORN RBAI ESTATE AGENT lon3B 1 Dr 1 1 Kelley OHIO OF CINCINNATI WILL BE AT THE Tlie Witty Irishman An Elopement Mr Carroll M Walcutt and Miss Nellie S Rodman of this city were married in New Albany Indiana Saturday night The bride was visit ing friends in Louisville and Mr Walcutt went down thereto visit her when an elopement was planned and executed They first went to Joffer sonvillo Saturday evening but failed to secure a license as tho ofllcer who issues them had closed his oilice and gone home They then drove down to New Albany where tho necessary document and a minister were found After the ceremony they returned to Louisville and registered at the Louisville Hotel Sunday evening thoy left for a bridal trip to Columbus Ohio The bride is a daughter of Mr Thos Rodman jr and a granddaughter of Mr Hiram Berry and her family were very much opposed to tho match The groom is a U S gaugor in this district and is only twenty one years of ago while the bride is Â¬ eighteen Will Contest tlie Will By the will of tho late Jacob Dui how you can furnish such work for tlk money 40 M guid of Carroll county father of Mrs PROF SICINOIt JiLITZ Masons 100 1 Fruit jars 1 county she was quart Masons pint 2 quart Masons Lee A Owon of this 100 can Persons living in left but five dollars tho property 150 per dozen Tin top glass jars 1 get bread and rolls tho country day fresh overy wanted at each place Write for particulars being divided among her brothers quart 75c 2 quart 100 per dozen at M Busams 30 tf ore tho testator assign- - Tin fruit cans 50o por dozen good and siet only for a few days as prices must CO Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria ing as a reason that she had been advance at Buckleys 41 lt 43 and oOHalden Lane New York N Y When told by a doctor that his liver Advice to Women was almost gono said Faith its If you would protect yourself glad lam its alters bothered me Sunday afternoon three fine trot- Â¬ from Painful Profuse Scanty Tho liver more than any other or- Â¬ Suppressed or Irregular Men- Â¬ which are being gan is the index of tho body With ting stallions a morbid liver the whole system is struation you must use handled at the track of Messrs Man out of gear Most poworful for the gan Darnell out on tho Lawrence restoration of this citidel of health burg pike managed to get out of is Dr Pierces Golden Medical Distho stable and got together in tho covery Its action is direct prompt eiTectual by eminont paddock when a terrific fight ensued physicians Recommended a universal it has gained in which Mr James II Grahamo reputation as the Great Liver Regu Â¬ REGULATOR Correct tho liver and you John Wilkes which won a race In lator The Golden Medi- Â¬ Louisville several weeks ago waB euro many ills Diucovory is CAnTEnsviLLE April 28 18S8 badly used up his shouldors and cal of liver diseasewarranted in all This will certify that two members of my and blood disor Â¬ cubes neck being badlybruised by tho teeth der to benefit or cure or money Immediate family after having suffered for years from MenMruul Irregularity being treated without benefit by physicians and hoofs of the other horses before promptly and cheerfully refunded were at length completely cured by one bottle they could bo separated of BradUelds Female Ileirulator its John T Buckley has a fow second effect Is truly wonderful J w Strange hand gas stoves which can be bought Book to WOMAN mailed TREE which contains Mad Dos Killed very cheap tho very thing for pre valuable information on all female diseases serving purposes 41 lt BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO A mad dog was killed by Mr TayATLANTA GA JTOB BAZE BY AXJC DRVQCHBX lor Hockensmith on Holmos stroot THAT TERRIBLE COBGH Tuesday morning A number of dogs or diillcult had boon bitten by tho rabid anima1 In the morning hurried breathing raising phlegm tightness ONE DOLLAR WEEKLY and it had also torn tho bags of cows in tho chest quickened pulse chill belonging to Mr John Hockensmith nesa in tho evening or sweats at BUYS A GOOD GOLD WATOH Whon Mr night all or any of these things aro BY and Mrs Ragan consumption stages Dr OUR CLUB SYSTEM Hockensmith got his gun to shoot it tho first English of Cough Remedy will Ackers Our 14 cisuh nre tho dog attacked and drove him to cure these fearful symptoms and is warrantedkuret tmtent stiffened gold mid EIkIii Wultlmm lor 20 jenr a positive guarantee by movement reliable and well known Stem wind the top of a fenco and tho shot sold under fl and set hunting or open face ladys or gents J W Gaylh Druggist which killed it was fired from his size Equal to any 75 watch Wu sell one of tliesn watches for perch on the fenco Those wishing to avail themselves All tho dogs known to have been of the opportunity to take lessons on send bitten and tho cows have been killod tho violin or piano during tho sum- andexpressto0 any address by registered mall or by O Dwlth privilege of examina The dog was a strange one in the mer months can either see mo or tion leave word at tho residence of Mr Our UKcnt at Durham N C wr 3 neighborhood Sol Harris No 228 Main street Our Jewelers have confessed tt dont know Terrific Fight CAPITAL SOT32L KY IN FBANKKORT FRIDAY JUNE 26 1891 FRIDAY JULY 17 1891 Â¬ BRADFIELDS FEMALE FXXS3 Cured BLEEDING isLIND or ITCHING wltavt any surglcaUoperatlouand with no patu little or Chloroform I Ligature or Knife not necessary with this mode of treatment FISTULA I1V ANO Is cured FISSURES Cored without cutting or tearing Vfl ULCERATION nteiitiiib CATARRh Â¬ Of the bowel cured Dr IteUf has now been ylsltlng this city rag imu the many cureB urly for neaily ho tiasmaae among the wealth and Innu uui citizens are sufficient evidence of hlssuocess It U now a well established fart that iimn 4t eases of tbe stomach liver kidney blnddtiwomb and nervoiik system are either canned ueifl iivated by the coexistence of PILES VISTU LA VlBStJHKor RECTAL DLCKR UKVRRKNCESi Dr K K Gober Frankfort By Franklin Morris ftraefensburg i- Â¬ S28 CASH Â¬ A H MctUure Krankfort Ky Richard Ferguson Frankfort XT W J Hitches Frankfort Ky David Moore Benson Ky Jas M WItbrow Krankfort Ky DR KEHLBTfl ofOc and residence Is at Mi street Cincinnati and where ue Wst Eighth erery day nay be found of each week EXCEPT J T titateu Frankfort Ky V Merbeilch Krankfort Ky Be L P Humt Benson Ky FEIDAIB AHD 8ATTTBDAYS Pamphlets describing these diseases and Ihr mode of treatment Hat free to any ona by ati dressing W ri EMPIRE WATOH aSOWostBlffhthSt Cincinnati O CONSULTATION FitRE I KELLEY M mwmmt FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT also deem it a pleasant privilege to mention that Miss Julia R Todd 20 5 ored position of Superintendent We Capital City Business Col lege merits our approval of her dignified and impartial administration of tho affairs of tho school and her most respectful and considerato deport Â¬ ment to us her co workers Adjourn To day Very Respectfully Ella J Stephens S T Railey The Court of Appeals will ndjourn Rachel A Cromie Sue M Joyce Lena M Lynch Mary L McEwan to day for tho snnimer vacation Anna Sullivan Addio H Schroeder Margaret Lewis Mary S Ohinn to Danville Called Sarah A Bell Louise A Wiard Minnie E Bell Rev Tyler E Utterback of this city who recently graduated from Centre Front Midway Ky College at Danville has received a Mrs Rona Camball from Midway call to take charge of the Christian states that for the last ten years she Church in that city has Buffered intensely with sick head Â¬ ache at times and has been entirely Next Friday cured by Dr Halos Household Oint- Â¬ ment cures in a Juno 28th Dr W I Kelley of minutesIt Mrs headache says few Camball she Cincinnati will be at the Capital would not be without it if it cost ten Hotel in this city He only comes dollars per box Jas Ritter of Mid Â¬ states three he once a month and his patients should way suffered that for severe months his had from a pain in remember the abdve date as the breast and was entirely relieved from pain by Dr Hales Household Oint- Â¬ time of his next visit ment It is the great pain and skin cure 50 cents a box at South Side Scliool Out FRANKFORT JUNE 1891 PEN ART HALL AND SHORT HAND INSTITUTE C F BROWER Main and Broadway ZuEiN-a-oronsr CO i This much needed institute will bo established in Frankfort the first session commencing in September next Tho course of study embraces g Theoretical and Practical Plain and Ornamental Penman Â¬ ship Short hand Type writing Com- Â¬ mercial Arithmetic Grammar Com Eosition Spelling and Commercial An able corps of Professors will have charge of the college The terms are exceedingly moderate lifo scholarship being only fifty dollars Ample buildings have been secured Edwin H Elliott is in tho city for tho purposo of soliciting scholarships and wo hope Bincerely that he will be encouraged for this school is badly needed and it will be of incalculable service to our city Lot every body lend a helping hand Satisfaction is guaranteed before payment of 41 lt tuition Book-keepin- Kisr- - Upholstered PARLOR SUITS ROCKERS EASY CHAIRS DIVANS Etc LOUNGES SINGLE AND DOUBLE Furniture IN 2TEW AND Go tell it ye breezes from desert to has triumphed fair women is free sionists came up from Buckners A Bank President Station and Lagrange and spent the day in this city on Saturday Among Mr James M Lobban who left Parker the number was Mr editor of the Lagrange Index who this city for the far west some fifteen paid the Roundabout a pleasant years ago and located in Wyoming is growing right up with the new call State Ho has been county judge of Captain Coburn his county member of the Territorial Legislature and is now President Mr Coburn Kavanaueh son of of tho First National Bank of Buffalo Rev H H Kavanaugh of this city in that State Jimmio has in him who is a cadet at the Kentucky Mili- Â¬ the stuft to make a leading citizen tary Institute was on Monday pro- in any community and will go right moted from Color Sergeant of the to tho front every time corps to Captain Corburn has been a hard student is well drilled and his Educational promotion came to him as a reward Â¬ P H Carpenter The closing exorcises of the Ken Â¬ 6 tucky Military Institute took place Mad a Business Look on Wednesday and a large number of cadets vttint home Thursday the The next sespijof the school begin s The city wharf presented quite a on MondayjSly 6th and some of busy appearance Saturday afternoon the boys remained to attend the about 6 oclock Tho steamers City of Carksville and Falls City were lying summer school there discharging and receiving Here freight when the Excel came into port Excursionists with a tow of coal closely followed by A party of about eighty excur Â¬ the U S Snugboat Kentucky drug store The Prescription sea HANDSOME is the one princely remedy above all others Mado expressly for women it is adapted to her special needs and fulfills every rquirement No condition so critical as to defy it No emergency so great as to baffle it As a womans restorative and regulator tho Favorite Perscription is master of the situation Positively guaranteed to give satisfaction in all cases or money paid for it returned The only medicine for women sold on trial Â¬ Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription DESIGNS A SPECIALTY Elegant finish quality of work the best and prices the lowest Happy Ridge Warm weather at present Messrs Jesse Phillips and Willie Warren wuro the guests of Misses Lola and Ida Rodgers on Sunday last A protracted meeting will begin at Lebanon Church on Monday night after the second Sunday in Jul Miss Nannie Forbes of Frankfort is visiting relatives at this place Mr Jeffrey Allison wife and son visited Mr Archie Moore and wife on Sunday Matresses and Pillows Made to Order By experienced workmen ClF CO Guess Who of merit 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 He says I looseness of the bowels felt so much better the next morning that 1 concluded to call on the physi Â¬ cian and get him to fix me up a sup ply of the medicine I was surprised when he handed me a bottle of Cham Â¬ berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy He said jhe prescribed it regularly in his practice and found it tho best he could get or prepare 1 can testify to its efficiency in my case at all events For sale by J W 39 4t GAYLE Mo Â¬ Â¬ Will Attend tlie Meet Hotel Tuesday night at which arrangements were made to attend the meeting of the League in Louisville on the 26th and 27th and also go with the excursion party to Mam Â¬ moth Cave A uniform consisting of striped blazors and white helmet was adopted Some ten or twelve of the club will go to Louisville Â¬ There was a meeting of the Bicycle Club of this city at the Kenyon Returned to tlie Pen John Tilman a negro convict who made his escape from a railroad camp in tho mountains last August was returned to tho Penitentiary Tuesday morning by Town Marshal Elijah Davis of Midway The negro was at work plowing upon a farm about one mile from Georgetown when captured by Old Tamarac Ho was sent to the Penitentiary from Paris for two years Cholera infantum has lost its terrors since the introduction of Chamber Â¬ lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy When that remedy is used and tho treatment as directed with each bottle is followed a cure is certain Mr A W Walter a prominent merchant at Waltesburg 111 says It cured my baby boy of cholera infantum after several other remedies had failed The child was eo low Â¬ Ayers Hair Vigor i a universal beautifier Harmless effective and agreeable it has taken high rank We are off for Henderson next among toilet articles This prepara- Â¬ week who is going with us tion causes thin and weak hair to beShelby county will unite with Frank Â¬ come abundant strong and healthy lin county in the Educational Mass and restores to gray hair its original Meeting on tho 4th of July next color Now let Franklin do her duty go to work talk to your neighbors and get Only 13 to Old Point Coin them to work and we will have a fort Va and Re Â¬ rousing good time turn Programme On Tuesday July 21st a special Invocation Rev H H Kavanaugh train will bo run to Old Point Com- Â¬ Music fort from Lexington under the aus- Â¬ Address of Welcome L F Johnson pices of the Missionary Society of Franklin county Church Response J H Barnett Shelby the Main street Christian Only 13 for the round trip and county Address John L Scott Franklin special low rates at the Hygeia Hotel county for those who go on this excursion Paper on a subject appropriate to the Make your arrangements to go as ocassion Mrs J C Payne Shelby this will be the cheapest and most county Paper or essay Miss Lou B desirable excursion from Lexington Cromwell Franklin county this season G Money M Address Prof Tickets good to return until August Shelby county B Ford 8th and holders may stop at any of Original Poem Col T Franklin county the Virginia resorts on return trip It is expected that there will be For explanatory dircular see or ad Â¬ others added to this programme so all come prepared to say a word for dress any railroad agent or G W Barney the good cause All who can are re- Â¬ quested to bring well filled baskets W H Boswell Tnos Hunter G A Delong Chairman Ohas L Brown G P A Lexington Ky Â¬ Carpets Furniture Wall Paper Draperies Jw 1 Hot Weather Goods HAMMOCKS a Large Variety WIRE SCREEN CLOTH to keep out flies RUBBER HOSE 10 keep down the dust FISHING TACKLE to catch fish GHAY 8c CHURCH i A CITY LUXURY Just as the city looks to the country for most of the luxuries used on its tables so the country must turn to the city for those conven- Â¬ iences which are justly termed luxuries for the hard working house- Â¬ wife City housekeepers have learned to realize that to save time is to lengthen life M n M J m Pure Pleasant These are And highly effective Arnica Salve qualities possessed by the new medi Â¬ The best salve in the world foi cine Dr Hales Household Tea tho great Blood Purifier and Nerve Tonic Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Itjhas no equal as an alterative act Â¬ Rheum Tetter Fever Sores Bucklens ing directly upon the liver and kid- Â¬ neys and upon the nerve centres re storing the entire system to a healthy action giving brightness to the eyes inducing sweet refreshing sleep and making it a pleasure to live in tho This enjoymont of perfect health finest of all romedies is for sale at 50 cents per package at South Side drug store 6 P H Carpenter Â¬ Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns and all Skin Eruptions and positively cures Piles or no pay re- Â¬ It is guaranteed to give quired perfect satisfaction or money re funded Price 25 cents per box For sale by South Side drug store P H Carpenter 5 iy Â¬ is one of the best known city luxuries and each time a cake is used an hour is saved On floors tables and painted work it acts like a SAPOLIO charm For scouring pots pans and metals it has no equal IF YOUR STOREKEEPER DOES NOT KEEP IT YOU SHOULD INSIST UPON HIS DOING SO as it always gives satisfaction and its immense sale all over the United States makes it an almost necessary article to any well supplied store Everything shines after its use and even the children delight in using it in their attempts to help around the house OVR VERY BEST PEO PLE Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria sale by that Dr Ackers English Remedy is In every way superior to any and all other preparations for tho Throat aud Lungs In Whooping Cough and Croup it is magic and relieves at once Wo offer you a sample bottle that he seemed almost beyond tho free Remombor this Remedy is sold aid of human hands or reach of any on a positive guarantee 25 and 50 cent bottles for medicine 9 J W Gayle Druggist 39 4t Confirm our statement when wo say RHEUMATISM neuralgia and sciatica can always be with A TAR OID PILES SALT RHEUM FOR MEDICINAL THE GREAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY FOR ECZEMA WOUNDS J W Gayle m successfully treated PILESI BURNS c A Board of School Testimonial June 17 1891 Leave your order forlce Cream Ices Cakes c at Klobors South Side Public A Ayers Sarsaparilla cure SORES CROUP BRONCHITIS Frankfort Ky Trustees Frankfort DUTY TO YOURSELF a common ordinary pill when they can Boouro a valuable English ono for the tamo money Dr Aokers Eng Â¬ lish pills are a positive oure for slck hoauacho and all liver troubles They your courteous and kindly oversight are small sweet easily taken and do as well as thank you for tho compli Â¬ not gripe ment to oursex by appointing one of J W UAYLB JJrugglSC our members to the arduous and hon- - Gentlemen Tho school yoar just closed having boon one of unusual emergencies to both teachers and thereof wo tho teachers hero y acknowledge our appreciation of It is surprising that people will use the persistent use of this medicine will is sure to follow Send three two cont stamps for free sample box and book price 50 PHIL CENTS TKROIDSOHP TAR OID CO BATH TOILET AND NURSERY PURPOSES Has Cured Others cure you For sale by CHICAGO ILL O IKIFCEISrIZEIR DENTISTS IN COUNCIL Meeting of the State Asso ciation in Louisville Â¬ m 11 fcl li- The twenty first annual session of the State Dental Association mot in Louisville on Tuesday and waslargc ly attonded by a fine looking intelli Â¬ gent body of men The session was one of the most interesting to the profession over held in the State and nati it is hoped will be productive of good The 91 2 catalogue of the Cincin Â¬ xesults nati school is now in press and should arrangements be entered into with our citizens MrBartlett pledges himself to get out an edition for the school here which will contain a full history of the growth and manufac- Â¬ turing interests of this city sotting forth its many advantages as a loca- Â¬ tion for manufactories and business investments This catalogue will excel in beauty taste and refinement all other like productions in the United States If established here the school will bo placed in charge of one of the most experienced professors of the Cincinnati colleg e Vsyv7JOsf3Hfll Hilit jf Shook tlie Boys Â¬ they taking fifty one per cent of the stock and will nsk our citizons to subscribe the balance which will bo divided into small shares no person allowed to own more than one share so that it will be within the reach of all T e calls upon the stock will not exceed svon and a half per cent the first year Those holding scholarships in this school can take the course either here or in Cincin- Â¬ PImpIts Hwdachis Loss of SSli p a Wtary Failing Pains In Body or Limbs Want of Appatlf a Eruptions If you suffer from THE any of thisa symptoms taka ROUNDABOUT DOCTOR ACKERS BLOOD ENGLISH THE PEOPLES PAPER Everybody takes it Everybody reads inscription Onlj ELIXIR Became Your Blood Is Impure I Havo you ever used mercury it bo you give yourself tho needed attention did at tho time Dont you know that as S lone as tho mercury Is in tho system you will feel tho effects of it We need not tell you that you require a blood xnedicino S S to ensure freedom from tho after effects Doctor AckerM English Blood Elixir Is the only known medlcino that S will thoroughly eradlcato tho poison from tho system Oct it from your druggist orwrltoto W H HOOKER A CO j 9 40 West Broadway New York S WHY it For Bale by J a W Gayle The following communications Â¬ would indicate that Mr C M Wal cutt who has recently taken to himself a young and lovely wife and is now on his bridal trip has given his old chums the shake and turned over a new leaf DR W E BAXTER DOCTOR ACKERS PURE PINK i These Celebrated ENOLIBn PUlf are Poritlre Care for Sick PILLS indZ Constipation Small pie and a farorlte with the Sold In England for Is ladle 1KJ In America for B6e Get them from your Druggists or end to n II UOOKBB A CO Ileadaohe BUIoaineM 1 ant Per Year 46 West Broadway Hew York For sale by J W Gayle The association was presided over by Dr W E Baxter of this city the ers FOR SALE Greeting I hereby tender my President whose cut appears hereresignation to take elfect from this with through the courtesy of the date Beerly yours Slain street new RODMANS resilience Louisville Times He is the youngest C M Walcttt DR occunitd by den Hill on IosMsston given man who ever held this position in the 5th September next For terms Ac imply to Cincinnati 0 June 16th 91 JOHN AV RUUMAX Kentucky Association Dr Baxter Brick SaiTcll PresH International Or der of Bilks is not young in his profession how Is one of the best in tne State and are prepared to turn Sirrah I hereby tender my resig ever toward the advancement and nation to take effect from this date elevation of which ho has done as Very respy out on short notice much as any man in Kentucky He 0 M Walcutt was while a student in the medical Cincinnati O June 16 91 III II7atBrV department demonstrator for the Hord Brown Preset United Sons of dental department of Central Univer- Â¬ Resistance of Labor hereby Most Noble Grand sity and has since accomplished tender my resignation as aI member much in the practice and advance- of your noble order to take effect at ment of his profession and its scien- Â¬ once Fraternally and respectfully yours tific discoveries 0 M Walcutt He was one of the pioneers in the use of cocaine in dental surgery and Ifliles Nerve and Liver all his experiments with that powerful Pills THE SRORTKST AND QUICKEST anesthetic have been eminently suc- Â¬ An important discovery They act cessful He came to this city some on the liver stomach and bowels three years ago comparatively un Â¬ throuerh the nerves A new principle Georgsta I billiousness bad They known but has built up a large and taste speedily curepiles and constipa- Â¬ torpid liver lucrative practice and Frankfort is tion Splendid for men women and justly proud of numbering among her children Smallest mildest surest Time 25 Hours at cents Samples professional men one so skilled in 50 doses for 25 Frankfort Ky free ly 45 J W Gayles Intlro Trains Buugiige Oar Day Coitche relieving human Buffering - X Sleepers run through without change His address which was delivered Children Cry forPitcheTs Castorla THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST before the Association Tuesday eveTry Klebers SodaWater South Side ning was highly complimented by Ala Georgetown to Jacksonville those who heard it and as it contained many valuable suggestions to the U Time 26 Hours profession it waB referred to a com- Â¬ Througl Meepera without change The Short mittee consisting of Drs Edwards sick we gave her Castorla line between Cincinnati ami Cassidy and Peabody and the com- When Baby was Child she cried for Castorla Tne 212 Hours Lexinuton Ky When she was a Tens Knoxviile mittee reported saying that as the When she became Miss she clung to Castorla 17 n c ashkv1lle address was one of such excellence CUArrANOOUATENN II G be sent to the Soutnern When she had Children she gave them Castorla 15 ATLANTA it should BlHMINIJHAM ALA lti Journal of Dental Science Direct Connections at Now Orleans ind Shreve Several valuable papers were read port for Texas Mexico and California session having for their during the Leave Frankfort via Kentucky Midland Railway via Georgetown 545a injaiylveClaulriuut 11026 object the enlightenment of the public m Quicker than as to the advances made in modern Fresh bread every day at Busams a All trains arrive utany other lineCentral Union depart from Olair street 39 tf dentistry in the alleviation of human confectionery St Depot Cincinnati c address suffering The matter of bringing lor Rates Mansprank w woolley ET about a more thorough understand Â¬ Selling Out Traveling Pass Agt Lexington Ky ing between the family physician and the dental surgeon dentistry being We will now give the benefit of OC HARVEYCINCINNATI D OJ EDWARDS T A J P Blank Books of 11 kinds gotten up in the highest style of Vice Pies one of the specialties of medicine low prices and invite all to see us as was also discussod as were numerous we will close out our stock at tho old the art Old Books and Musio bound at lowest rates Job other questions in which the dentist stand by July 1st vitally interested is Buildbrs Hardware Paints Oils Work of all kinds solicited The meeting was exceedingly Glass Carpenters Tools Blacksmiths pleasant as well as instructive and and Waeon Material Iron Harness was wound up Thursday by an ele- and Saddles Farming Implements gant banquet at which Dr Baxter Binder twine All must go presided at Toast Master Wall paper 5 cts 6i cts 7i cts Gilts 7 cts 9 cts 12A cts 15 cts 18 cts Commercial College Agents for Woods Reapers and Mr 0 M Bartlett of R M Barfc Mowers Birdsdells Clover Hullers Corner and the Peerless Engines letts Commercial College Cincin- Â¬ Broadway and Lewis street 0 E Collins Bro nati was in the city yesterday looking around with a view to establish Â¬ New store corner of Main and ing a branch commercial school in Lewis streets this city He has obtained an option on the third floor of the Mason CURE Hoge Building in which to estab- Â¬ LOSS OF APPETITE lish the school and it is hoped Mr Indigestion Dyspepsia Nausea Bartlett will receive sufllcent encour JflWN SPR AViW agement to induce him to locate Sour Stomach Sleeplessness i Headache Nervous Pros- Â¬ here Tho Bartlett College in Cin Â¬ tration Neuralgia Pal- Â¬ cinnati is one of the largest and pitation of the Heart most successful commercial schools Loss of Energy Â¬ been in in the West and Iff ence since 1831 lias text booksexistWeakness of Back Feelings cf No are Languor and Lassitude Gen Â¬ used in this school but tho students eral Debility La Grippe are taught from practical experience Etc Etc thus fitting them to enter any count 1 1 ing house as soon as they leave ffAMitf OF vi In use for 23 yeurs Ity eminent physicians UFIRIHI4 and Hurncons In the United Miatex and pro school thoroughly equipped for a uouueed by them the heat TON1U extant Qtf iOWft3 others fall It cures where ullyour DruggistTry It und bo business life It is proposed to run Xor It convinced AsIc hero upon exactly tho tho school PRICE 100 PER BOTTLE flame plan as the mother institution has been operated for half a century GO Manfs and Proprs J ED RAY and it will bo a great benefit to our ICY ity to havo such a school located Tho management propose to hero 215217 and 219 St Glair Street Up Stairs Ffankfort Ky Sols Agent Watches docks and Jewelry Repaired W H AVERILL make it a joint stock concern with a Frankfort Ky Wtm capital stock often thousand dollars May2 ly Juno 13 ly Grant Roberts Esq PresH Ancient and Honorable Order of Growler Rush- Â¬ Â¬ Cincinnati 0 June 16 91 t7 g Our L S8lPil P TIENT te Â¬ 9n UiLtSH Zs2 sir Â¬ y xX lb tans xxXX Â¬ xxxxxx- 1 Â¬ M BINDERY k- - Â¬ STEREOTYPING Â¬ in all its Brandies Â¬ JULIUS KIM OS TONIC wn All work promptly executed and satisfaction guaranteed Â¬ 1 1M L1 w SELBERT JEWELEE GEO A LEWIS Proprietor IAltI TQBKSfJjgj- - ijj PffiBl r TrmwWWTWWWW rw 1 If IBIE I3ST TIUVCEi SPRING SUITINGS COATINGS INGS AND HATS HUIVI Â¬ TROUSER- M COME EARLY AND SfiAKE YOUR SELECTION HUD SON Knott Gilmore Mr Richard W Knott a member of the editorial staff of the Courier Journal editor of the Home and Farm and a Frankfort boy by birth was married in Now York Thursday to Miss Jennie A Gilmoro soil Pk fesy S B snaruisS fflOTSft y 11 BK f ss fesa M CASSELL May think you know what Luxur- Â¬ ious Cycling means but you dont Answer This Question Why do so many people we see around us seem to prefer to suffer and be made miserable by Indigestion Constipation Dizziness Loss of Appetite Coming up of the Food we will 37 NOTICE TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN and wont unless you havo ridden a Yellow Skin when for 75c AND OF Will Locate Mere Â¬ them Shilohs Vitalizer guaran- Â¬ teed to cure them Sold by J W Gayle SPECIAL -- INTEREST TO i WW Dr J W Lucy of Lexington has Steam Bread and Rolls at Klebers rented the residence recently vacated by Mr D 0 Orutcher and will For Sale A brood mare with locate in this city for the practice of suckling mule coltj price 60 In- Â¬ hiB profession 37 tf quire on Arnolds Hill Vas ---- i Xr liV -- V W V PQIITPUER 217V2 I RnRPRTQ Durante vr rtmww r r St Clair St FRANKFORT KY SI mm cf Li For Eddyville M If you want an easy ridinjr Saddle buy the Garford No Money We sell it Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria Required of Responsible Parties to Commence Treatment victs to those already in the Eddy ville Pen will place that institution in the same condition A gang of fifty convicts left this city Tuesday for the Branch Penitentiary atEddyville in charge of Deputy War cen S O Nunn of that institution The Penitentiary here is over crowd- Â¬ ed and the addition of this lot of con- Â¬ The First Step Perhaps you are run down cant sleep cant think cant do any thing to your satisfaction and you wonder what ails you You should heed the warning you are taking the first step into Nervous prostration You need a Nerve Tonic and in Electric Bitters you will find the exact remedy for re- Â¬ storing your nervous system to its normal healthy condition Surpris- Â¬ ing results follow the use of this great Nerve Tonic and Alterative Your appetite returns good digestion is re Â¬ stored and the liver and kidnevs re- Â¬ sume healthy action Try a bottle Price 50c at the Drug Store of 6 P H Carpenter i Office of the Cincinnati Union Stock Yard Co i this day the following resolution was unanimously Cincinnati May 14 1891 rt n T7nnrl nf THrpotnrs hplrl adopted viz Thnt on and after Monday May 181fe91 there will be nochiirKO made for yurdiiRe and weighing on aur live siock soiu auiiesu By order of the Hoard Sliilolis Cure Consumption W J LIPPINC0TT This is beyond question the most successful Cough Medicine we 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 Intending buyers of Since its first history of medicine discovery it has been sold on a bicycles should not guarantee a test which no other fail to write to the medicine can stand If you have a LOUISVILLE CYCLE you to try it cough we earnestly ask Shortest and quickest between and lype Writer Company 812 Price 10c 50c and 81 If your lungs are sore chest or back lame use W Market street Louisville Ky AND CINCINNATI FU1IOT Shilohs Porous Plaster Sold by J before purchasing their mounts m Onlf dlreJl line between W liAYLE This company some plice else can furnish any safety bicycle in Frantorl hiqtim and Paris Gir Â¬ Assistant Postmaster Pro Teni the market and the prices are the lish Kayville Cyalhiwi Fal Â¬ lowest Mr Charles Saffell Bon of Postmas mouth and Covington ter SafTell of Frankfort and assist Â¬ Darbys Prophylactic ant Postmaster in the Capital city is Will ASK FOB TIUKCr VU KY MIDLAND Use it in every sick room on duty at the Lexington office in the absence of Assistant Postmaster keep the atmosphere pure and Frank P Jenkins who has gone east wholesome removing all bad odors GEHTRaT STiHDARB TIME TflMHS BUH BY on a bridal tour Mr Saffell express- Â¬ ed surprise at the great volume of from any source TIME TABLE MAY 17 1W0 business done at the Lexington of Will destroy all Disease Germs pm M AM A M flco Lexington Transcript infection Irom all Fevers and all No 7 TRAINS EAST Iuss Pass Mixed Called Council Meeting contagious diseases The eminent physician J Mari Lv Frankfort 12 N ITao r is 400 Monday June 15 1891 12 23 4 12 11 5 5H Elk orn I on Sims of New York says GG G 4J 12 43 4 20 Swltzer Present President Staten and all am convinced that Prof Darbys 1 07 4 35 7 03 Jl Stamp Orod the members of the council 5 00 45 7 24 147 Georgetown Posey was present and Prophylactic Fluid is a most valuMr W H UeorctUi via Com- - able disinfectant 5 21 on behalf of the Street Railroad 7 25 7 25 306 C 21 Q 7 32 C00 10 15 10 15 Unclnnatl any asked an extension of the time 5 03 2 05 G50 7 So Georgetown n which the street railway was to be millinery 7 05 2 25 5 19 7 40 Newtown built to December 1 1891 A com- Â¬ 4 30 2 45 7 15 7 50 We offer all trimmed and un Ar Ceiitrevllle composed of President Staten mittee 3 10 5 48 8 10 7 35 was trimmed bonnets and hats at greatly Lv Paris Councilmen Payne and Darnell 4 25 7 53 ParlsvlaKC G37 10 41 appointed to investigate the matter reduced prices Covington Co 6 45 10 50 Sam D Johnson Ar Cincinnati and report to an adjourned meeting 7 55 5 48 next Monday night Lv Paris via K C 25 8 13 It Carlisle The street committee was instruct 7 5b 10 10 Frencli Gingham Ar Maysvllle to look into the feasibility of open Â¬ ed 5 48 1127 Paris via KC ing up a new street between Holmes 18 cts for French Gingham worth Lv Winchester 15 12 10 Â¬ p in and Hill streets in the eastern por- 25 cts 7 20 35 24 cts for Fronch Gingham worth Ar Richmond tion of the city A MI A MP M A Ml M The council then adjourned to 29 cts NoG No 2 No 4 No 8 No 12 meet again next Monday night to 49 cts for French Gingham worth TRAINS WEST Sun Pass Pass Mix Mix take action on the street railway 60 cts Only train train train train Sam D Johnson Co matter Lv Richmond via President KffiMffi 4 Â¬ S I I 1 g1 G G G G SURGEON am SPECIALIST of Cincinnati O formerly Resi Â¬ The dent Physician ol the Philadelphia Genekal Hospital ami the Onio Medical Institutf has for thirty venrs devoted his attention to thp treatment of CHRONIC NERVOUS FEMALE AND SURGICAL DISEASES such an Bronchitis Catarrh Cough Rheumatism all diseases of tho Stomach Bowels Rectum Liver Kidneys Bladder Sexual Organs Heart Nerves and Brain diseases of the Eye and Ear Deformities etc HE WILL BE AT THE el Physician-in-OHAKOEof O lmwn 3BE BOOMAN M 33 m is CAPITAL HOTEL FRAMF0ET KY WEDNESDAY JULY OITE And every fourih week thereMtcr CONSWIiTATlON ZD--- S- 1 IfcTJli Sr Â¬ G Consultation and Examinalon Free G I Oil What a Cough Jenness RIiller model Bod Â¬ ice 0 Winchester Paris K G10 7 15 1 1 7 48 6 20 05 58 2 33 Returning Evory Fourth Week Thereafter AND EXAMINATION IS FISBEand lie will promptly tell yoa all nbout your disease ami thu prospects of a cure lie undertakes no incurable cases per Â¬ IiABIEH afflicted with tuij of the lis peculiar to their sex may consult him with cases pormnneiit cure Their fect confidence und the assurance of ceituln relief and will appreciate His treatment will lccelvn that Ulnd nnl considerate attention which all always proves sutlbfnctory local treatment is eldotn uecensary Ovnvluu Tnmoro lu their earlier stages cuied vlhout pain or instrumental Inter forenco Sterility Will you heed the warning the or that more terrible disease Con- Â¬ sumption Ask yourself if you can afford for the sake of saving 50c to run the risk and do nothing for it We know from experience that Shilohs Cure will cure your cough why It never fails This explains were more than a Million Bottles sold the past year It relieves croup and whooping cough at once Mothers do not be without it For lame back side or ohest use Shilohs Sold by J W Porous Plaster signal perhaps of the sure approach Lv Muysvlllo K Ar Paris Lv Cincinnati via K C Carlisle 0 via G50 7 40 3 20 4 10 2 20 2 26 6 37 6 20 6 39 6 49 7 04 4 00 7 04 7 06 7 31 7 47 7 55 160 WcufncHS many chbim can bo cured Cancer permanently removed fiom the roost dellcnto organs by our own peoulla method llttlo or no pain no loss ot blood noknlfoor caustlo the only positive cure Epilepsy or Fltn cured ty a never falling treatment Is usually tho result ot carelessness or Ignorance It can be remedied Covington Ar Paris Lv Paris Ceiitrevllle Newtown Ar Georgetown Lv Cincinnati via Ar Georgetown Lv Georgetown Q 9 00 8 SO 9 20 8 50 9 30 9 02 9 45 10 02 4 5 5 5 30 00 19 40 t0 Stamp Grod Swltzer Gaylb S7 Elkhorn Ar Frankfort Jw 10 10 10 10 10 700 02 02 21 38 46 1002 10 02 10 24 10 38 10 46 11 700 6 45 7 21 7 CO fl 10 1100 00 8 10 8 40 trip tickets to Henderson Kyat one fare June 23d limited to June 37th ififcu ThoL Half Rates N Railroad will sell round f n If JOVr J III 13 I 1 III n lJ r J9k Nos 1 2 7 8 and 12dnliy exceptSunday 3 and 4 dally Nos 5 and 6 Sundays only HOWAUDlOBBISONIAgent GEO Nos n 1URPBU fien Superintendent on account of the meeting of the Ken Â¬ tucky State Teaohers Association E P Bryan Agent For sale by Sam D Johnson Sole agents Co VERNON CLARKJiSeneril Passenjer Agent CLAUDE BOWLS City TlckeCAgent GENERAL OFFICES FRANKFORTUCY Stricture Varicocele Hydrocele Spermatorrhea aud all unnatural discharge permanently cured MEN of nil uges whouuuer from Indiscretions nnd excesses wilt benefit by our counsel the urine or Irritation of the urinary aud treatment If tlio obsorvo certain sediments in restore We all such cases organs they should consul us without delay The doctor treats with unfailing succors nil forms of Itectnl IlM5nifsuch as Pile FlMtuIn FiHHiiro and Ulrerution of the Ilowol by u method of his own discovery without pain or detention fiom business He nuaranties all cases Enrly Interference Is cousldered tho best of Judgment In all cases and saves time uiouoy and health Tho success attained in the treatmont of the co303 whloh he makes his specialty Is truly phenomenal Wonderful Cures have been effected In old and difficult cases which havo baffled the efforts of nil others As his rooma are usually crowdod it Is bottor to call early In the day to avoid being diiayed 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 posslblo porsonal consultation 1b prefer Â¬ able List of questions sent on application All Consultations CoNosponilenso ami Casts Strictly Confidential Treatment ssnt C O D to aoy arl of tn United ftiit- and Canada Address with pocfornpiy Q H BOfflttAaf Box 703 Cincinnati X - iam rA3m iipiniiiMMKMiiiKaiiHjUMi JHBBBBBflrUflUvRjKBffHBUypKfVtW felkw m a IE IE -- A X CRUTCHER PRIC si i oo Kip Plow Shoe i 25 Buckle Plow Shoe I 50 STAR LI T im 1 uh ipBacngBctaa ki jaKajLJwmuumusjca JH d 50c Blue Camlet Pants HH - B S Straw Hats 5c Boys- and Mens CD 1 25c Childrens Strav Hats nice Genuine Grain Plow Shoe 60c Extra Size Blue Camlet Pants 25c Knee Pant styles three styles 15c Mens Suspenders 50c 65c 75c up to 3 oor 6scGray Double and Twist ton Pants Cot- Â¬ 40c Sat Knee Pants four styles dif- 25c Mens Suspenders Mens Dress Shoes j 1 3 75 25 Lace and Congress Dress Gray Plaid Sat Suit six ferent colors 50c 60c 75c a grand display of Knee Pants 75c Knee Pants Suits four styles 3c 50c 75c 1 00 The largest A large assortment of Straw Hats all styles qualities Shoes 50 to 1 of Suspenders in the 200 different styles country stock 75 4 50 Black Cotton Worsted Suit Mens lace and 5 Fine Fur Hats 30c Good Strong Working Shirts Congress Dress Shoes 2 00 Rays Sat Suits 1 ooto 3 00 Mens Calf extra 6 00 Blue and Green Plaid Suits 50 Dark blue Cheviot Suits 50 Knee Pants Suits four styles 50c Fine Domet Working Shirts Crushers good goods 3 1 00 Genuine Dongola Lace or Congress 7 75 2 00 2 50 forty different Dunlap Soft 400 Mens Hand made Calf Shoe 8 00 Blue Flannel Suits 4 00 Mens Australian Kangaroo 3 8 Ladies Low Shoes 1 1 50 All Wool Cheviot Suits three different colors 2 00 Patent Tip Dongola turn 25 10 00 English Gray and Fancy Patent Trimmed Dongola f 1 Striped Suits Dunlap Stiff 60c The Best Unlaundried Shirt in the Market v Nothing to Stetsons Soft 00 3 50 4 00 50 S 00 thirty-equal it for less than 1 00 two different styles Plaid An immense stock Cassimere Blue and Black Chev- Â¬ ioc The greatest variety of Mens 50c 65 75c 1 00 up to 5 00 iot Linen Handkerchiefs you ever saw Our space not sufficient to give Boys Long Pant Suits 75 3 00 you prices three pieces four different 20c 25c Mens Undershirts and styles Drawers styles 4 turn 1 25 Common Sense Dongola 25 Misses Strap and Buckle 12 50 I ffr 1 I 25 Misses Patent Tip Oxford 15 Plaid Check Blues five dif 4 00 to 4 50 Boys Long Pants ioc 15c The largest 5C three pieces ten different ferent lines to select from stuck of Socks in the country styles 8c MS ZinkTrunks 3 Bags Rfef 00 A grand display of Cassi meres Cork screw Diagonals 37 i 4c 50c Undershirts and Draw- - 6 50 Victory Cassimere Suits 00 to 12 00 ers white and drab mixed Ladies and Misses ten different colors 7 50 18 Leather Trunks 9 00 to 30 00 Silk Mixed Suits 25c Shirt Waist Domets Splendid value SHOES t- 00 French and English Cassi meres both Sack and Frock 8 00 Cheviot Suits terns several pat- Â¬ 35c 50c Domet and Percal Shirt Bags 40c to 2000 and styles All kinds 1 00 Ladies Dongola Button 25 Waist Cheaper than youcan 1 1 20 00 Clay Diagonals English and 9 00 10 00 1 1 00 12 00 a grand French Worsteds display of Flannels Cheviot 50 Ladies Extra Fine Dongola Ladies Dongola Button buy the goods 1 Button 2 Diagonals 25 eleven different 8c ooLadies Dongola turn Com monSense and Opera 00 Fine Clays Custom made Cutaways and Double breasted styles ioc 15c Mens Linen lars any style Col- Â¬ J IS mill 2 50 Ladies Hand turned Dongola Frocks I2j4c 15c Mens Celluloid Collars 15 00 Boys Clay Worsted Suits beautifully made lim r ifls Common Sense and Opera Toe I2j4c One doz White Ties ioc 25c 50c 75c Sunday Cartes Custom- ja 60 Hiss- for Boys and Misses Genuine Ct Vs flsJ 30 00 The Finest Clay Custom made Double breasted Frock 18 lioal nnrl v 00 and 20 00 the Finest -made 1 spring heel WW 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 FancyJColored Vests twelve different styles Cambric and Silk Umbrellas S CRUTCHER Main street FRANKFORT STARKS Fourth 4Ufta Hjklt r Jefferson LOUISVILLE