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IWjKVM r wv v - PftAMFOET BOTODAMJT GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPEK DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS KY TERMS 100 In Advance Volume XIV Fifty Spasma a Day Had Mrs H A Gardner of Vistula Ind lived two thousand years ago ehe would have boon thought to be poBBeBBod by evil spirits She was enbject to nervous prostration head Â¬ aches dizziness baokaohe palpita-Â¬ tion and forty to fifty spasm a day Though having been treated by eight physicians for ysars without success she was permanently cured by one bottle of Dr Miles Restorative Ner Vino A trial bottle of this new and Wonderful medicine and a finely illus- Â¬ trated treatise free at J W Gaylos lrug store who recommends and guarantees it 1 It Pays Baking RcdfeJ Powder Highest of all in leavening Power 17 PKANKFORT JUNE 7 1891 Number 42 S Govt Report Aug aft 1889 -- to BT7s ipoim- - S ABSOLUTELY PURE Â¬ A Romance Browns grove near the K M I Editor Roundabout Shelby county has signified her willWhat is the use of cursing in ingness to be present represented by She was fair and my passion begunl WHO FOR THE common conversation This ques- Â¬ the educational talent of her pre She smiled and I could not but lovel tion whb recently asked by a father cincts Now teachers of Franklin But when from afar I detected whose son was swearing outrageous- act well your part come prepared to catarrh ly in his presence The question was assist earnestly in tins great enter No beauty my passion could move a very pertinent one but would it prise thus clearing your own con- In despair she sought doctors in not have beon bettor if tho father science and gaining the hearty ap- Â¬ vain had asked what necessity there is for proval of your trustees and patrons swearing in either common or un Â¬ The committee of ladies whose Till she learned of Humanitys hnnn Has blas- Â¬ names appeared in a previous issue common conversation phemy become fashionable It of the Roundabout will see to it that Now her breath is as sweot as the Is now receiving and opening the LARGEST AND MOST COM- Â¬ dew would seem so from the number of ample provisions are made for the PLETE LINE of ladies mens misses and childrens persons who engage in this interest Â¬ comfort and enjoyment of all even Which falls upon roses in June ing and highly elevating practice the most fastidious epicure may ex- Â¬ To night as we sit in our home And I kiss her sweet lips oer and A lady or child cannot paHS along pect to be perfectly satisfied the street without having their ears The tragic death of Charles Jenoer assailed with language calculated to kins at Bridgeport last week indeed We bless Dr Sage in our bliss bring the blush of indignation to the casts a For the joy that he brought to our door cheek All classes ages nations and ho was gloom over households where known Having tribes vie with one another as to from birth by intimate known him There is no disease more trying to association friendship than catarrh The con- Â¬ which can become the most profi Â¬ as pupil citizen christian and tho cient in this entertaining accomplish- Â¬ closer ties of kinship we feel compe stant effort to clear tho throat and ment A lady traveling in another tent his inestimable worth nose the foul breath all tho features State not long since stated that the In alltojudge of walks of lifo he was of the disease make it as much cause to bless Dr Sage for his Catarrh air was freighted with the fearful true of these firm To tho bereaved oaths of a United States Senator widow and little son we would say Remedy The manufacturers offer and who occupied the adjoining seat in God never makes a mistake There- to forfeit 500 for any case they can- In Frankfort all of which will be sold at prices to suit the the car He seemed to think that fore rest assured ho has a wise pur not cure times We have terrible maledictions and anathemas pose in view and that this affliction were absolutely necessary in order Cliatauqua Rates for you a fur to make himself understood Indeed will work outeternal weight more ex Â¬ of glory appears that the English language ceeding and it N will sell round The L The failure of the company con- Â¬ tickets to Lexington June 30th trip cannot be made clear or emphatic to without being mixed with profanity tracted with to span North Elkhorn July 10th inclusive at one faro plus and from the present rate of pro with a bridge according to specified 50 cents admission to Kentucky am mm gression it will not be many years be time very much hinders every pro- Chatauqua Good to return until for every other word will be a cuss ject in this section We hope that and on July 11th tho honorable county court will speed Â¬ word E P Bryan ily have the defect remedied T B Ford Agent Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Blasphemy R K McCLURE Â¬ SHOES ATS Remember the old stand Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HATS f For Sale or Rent Cottage con- - For Rent The two storv brick taining five rooms situated on Cross residence on Washington street street Soulh Side Delightful loca- - known as the First Presbyterian Ho said a well known statesman tion and all necessary conveniences Parsonage Possession given April I shall never believe that woman Apply to Mrs Mary Brown Day 1st Apply to H H Watson or J W sense to State Librarian has the proper judgmentand 32 tf 27 tf ruett cast a ballot or interfere in politics while she iB so weak minded as to from suffer year Sassively peculiar to after year when females every newspaper she picks up tells of the merits of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription Not to take advantage of this remedy is certainly an indication of mental weaknessThere is a wholesome kernel of A classical and English School for boys and young men truth inside the rough sholl of this The Favorite ungallant speech The Third Annual Session begins Monday Sept 7 1S91 is invaluable in all Prescription For terms etc address inflammations utterine troubles ulcerations displacements nervous jxi6Lx-w- DF disorders prostration exhaustion or i hysteria For run down worn out women no more strengthening tonic or nervine is known June6 3in Hargli But- - For men boys and children DERBY STRAW AND FELT FRANKFORT MALE ACADEMY looks and Stationery Â¬ - Frankfort uller Case 212 ST CLAIR ST And go there when you want to buy J ly -- Forks of Elklaorn Regular services at Buck Run to- Â¬ morrow both morning and night at 11 and 8 respectively Rev F W Eberhardt has returned home from a visit to Louisville By visiting he County Teachers Association trustees may be enlight Â¬ ened as to who the live teachers aro In an experience of 30 years as teacher we have never yet found a single grumbler or fault finder among the patrons who have sent regularly to school But on the contrary those who send but little or probably not at all are the croakers Two gentlemen in our vicinity while preparing for bod one night last week Killed 350 lleas and declare as many escaped as they killed Next Rev Gibson assisted pastor Olubb in tho services at tho Christian Church last Saturday night and Sunday Mr J O Demaree of Henry coun- Â¬ ty visited friends in this vicinity the first of tho week Mrs Mary Belle Barrell and infant of Texas aro visiting her parents Mr and Mrs L F Cox at Stedman Â¬ CANT SLEEP NIGHTS the complaint of thousands suffer ing from Asthma Consumption Coughs etc Did you over try Dr Ackners English Remedy It is the best preparation known lor all Lung Troubles Sold on a positive guaran- Â¬ tee at 25c and 50c 9 J W Gayle Druggist Is Â¬ oJMwLlnWwl KS3I E9E3 BGC3D Ossrlstgfoss HB-ULg-g-ios- is TxaiE -- cC-zJ -- 3 t -- - ros sliclcI o -CO CO tfl il s Leave your order for Ice Cream Ices Cakes c at Klebers South Side 40 1m IPlxosttozxs Borro3rsCGburts Boad JLOUI5VIULE MARKET TOBACCO FURNISHED BY GLOVER DURRETT LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE stroying the potato vines thus cut- Â¬ ting tho growth of tho tuber Who will give a remedy We are glad to announce that Mr Church and Mr Stedman aro each very much improved since last report Bro Burdin is engaged in protract Â¬ ed mooting at Boeoli Ridgo Shelby county Ho reports several additions to date Next Saturday July 4th Franklin county will celobrato by holding a Teachers Association in Gon Scott Â¬ ville Some of the farmers in this section aro complaining that a worm is de hhds The market has not boon so much crowded for the past week and wo are glad to bo ablo to report a little stronger feeling in tho medium and common grades of burley tho good to fine types and colory grades con- Â¬ tinue very strong The country gen Â¬ erally has been blessed with rain and wo presume tho maiority of the crop has been planted The following quotations fairly represent our market for hurley 51331 Salos on our market for tho week just closed amountto 3727 hhdswith receipts of 3304 for the same period Sales on our market since January 1st amount to 77392 hhds Sales of tho crop of 1890 oh our market to date fi da Hh H3P8 r fll ID iw la ri HfA H v m 5 i R ha WH - ItMMm nrpii rrr Hi iwfr CD CD 3 O va J P r --j Select or wrappery loaf tobacco Colory trash Common lugs not colory Colory lugs Common loaf Medium to good leaf Good to flno llllors Trash dark or damaged tobacco HPf PI W nun Hdftfl HhOK sn O 5 g8 2 00T 3 50 4 00fD 10 00 6 00 4 001 7 00S 12 00 8 00a 12 00 18 00 12 00 18 00 23 00 2 23 005 29 00 All stwes of hand made Harness Saddles Buggy Dusters Fly Nets Horse Boots and other Turf Goods jSSSmmaSaasaSSSiSElL l Wi lwrnfrwF yWTfW11 Religious We would Tgj jj- -w Personal Prof A Fuller Case is visiting rela- Â¬ tives in Lexington Miss Fannie- Taylor iB visiting friends in Lexington Mr John P Starks of Louisville was in the city Tuesday Miss Rosa Gorin of Louisville is the guest of Miss Rose Stewart Miss Mary Pattie of Richmond is visiting her aunts near Farmdalo Miss Helena Weitzel of this city is visiting friends in Lawronceburg Mr John P Stewart left Wednes Â¬ day for a visit to friends in Louisville Mrs Fulton Gordon of Louisville is visiting her sister Mrs Geo Berry Mrs 0 0 Furr left Monday after- Â¬ noon for a visit to friendB in LouisÂ¬ Phythian 1b a bright good looking young fellow and has many warm friends here most of whom are young ladies Transcript Juno 23 Miss Addio Gatewood of Stamping Ground is visiting her cousin MiBS Bonnie Hockcnsmith of this city Misses Archie Quarles and Lena Kirtloy have returned from a visit to Mrs 0 W Utterback near Versailles Mrs A L Franklin is attending a meeting of the District Conference at Cynthiana as a delegate from the Methodist Church in this city Miss Georgia AlberB of Knoxville Tennessee Miss Sydney Lewis of Georgetown Miss Katie Didlake of Lexington and Miss Annie Bell of Shelbyville are the gueBts of Misses Fannie T and Bessie Lewis at Belair near Woodlake this county ministers and officers ot churches in the city if they would furnish us with any announcements which they may wish be greitly obligt d to the madc1 Rev II G Henderson will preach at Cedar Chapel to morrow afternoon at 3 4 for So Oxford oclock rl Rev George Darsio will preach at the Christian Church at Graefenburg to morrow afternoon at 3 oclock infants and Children Cmtori a carta Colic Constipation Sour Stomach Diarrhoea EructaUon Kills Worms gives sloop and promotes d Brooklyn N va There will be no services at the Baptist Church to morrow as the pastor Rev W C Taylor is on a visit to his parents in Oregon CMtorlftls bo well adapted to children that I recommend it as superior to any prescription H A Abchxb M D knows to mo 111 3 St T Without injurious medication For several years I have recommended your Castoria and shall always continue to do so as it has invariably produced beneficial results Edwin F Pardxb H D Tho Winthrop 125th Street and 7th Ave New York City 77 ville - Mrs Otto Von Borgen of Cincin- Â¬ nati is the guest of Miss Carrie Sel bert Mr Owen M Furr has been visit- Â¬ ing relatives in Louisville and Sal visa this week Mr and Mrs R S Bohon of Deca- Â¬ tur Ills visited Mrs W P Hudson sr this week Miss Swope who has been visiting Miss Rose Crittenden left Saturday for Louisville 5 K Mr Carroll M Walcutt and bride returned Wednesday evening from their bridal trip Mr Sam South of Chicago Ills spent Monday and Tuesday in this city with relatives Col Thomas M Green of Mays ville spent several days in this city the first of the week Mr M E Jott returned Sunday evening from an extended visit to his daughter in St Louis Mrs Thomas Hind of Chicago is visiting her aunt Mrs G B Macklin on Washington street Mrs S P Browder returned Thurs- Â¬ day from a visit of several weeks to relatives in Louisville Mrs Mag Vernon of Louisville is visiting her Bister Mrs W H Jeffries on Logan street Mrs John GCarlisle of Covington is visiting Mrs W M Satlell corner of Cross and Shelby streets Mrs Thompson and daughter Mrs Theodore Wiley have gone to Rock Island Illinois to visit relatives Mr John Bradley and wife left Wednesday afternoon for a visit to friends in Louisville and Indiana Rev George Darsie attended the meeting of the State Sunday school Convention at Stanford this week Miss Cordio Cannon returned to Louisville Thursday afternoon from a visit to friends in this city Mr Robert B Franklin editor of the Beattyville Enterprise spent Sun- Â¬ day in this city visiting his parents Miss Pattie Moore of Georgetown sister of Mrs O R Crutcher of this city sailH from New York to day for Europe Mr Tim Mayhall and family of Louisville who have been visiting relatives in this county returned home Thursday Mr Crittenden Todd and wife of Louisville arrived in the city Mon day and will spend the summer here with his mother Mr II D Fitch and wife of Louis- Â¬ ville who have been visiting Gen D W Lindsey and wife returned home Monday morning Tho usual services at Ascension Church to morrow morning at 11 Messrs Mangan Darnell shipped oclock and at 8 oclock p m will be three of their trotters to Ohio on conducted by Rev E A Penick the Thursday in charge of their train- rector er Mr Johnson and will start them in a number of races during the next Rev J McOlusky Blayney D D few weeks will occupy his pulpit at the First Presbyterian Church to morrow Dropped Dead morning at 11 oclock and 800 p m Wott who lives near as usual Leomuas Havp this county dropped dead on Rev W G Neville the pastor will Wednesday while at work in the har vest field He was an old soldier and occupy his pulpit at the Southern to morrow Church hitd been drawing a pension for some Presbyterian 11 oclock and at 800 p time for services during the late Wiir morning at m as usual Â¬ -- Will Trot in Ohio The use of Castoria is so universal and its merits so well known that it seems a work of supererogation to endorse it Few are the Intelligent families who do not keep Castoria within easy reach CARLOS Martth DDm New York City Bloomingdalo Befonned Church Late Pastor Trot CawTAua Cokpaht Mubrat Strkt Nbw York m r m - DOCTOR TAYLORS Â¬ The Methodist Christian Baptist and Southern Presbyterian Churches Lieutenant Governor Bryan par-Â¬ will unite in the Sunday evening doned on Wednesday John Roberts services during the months of July the convict who was tried for lunacy and August in the Circuit Court last week and he has been taken to the Anchorage The usual services at the Church Asylum Ho was sent to the Peni- Â¬ of the Good Shepherd to morrow will tentiary from Butler county for mule be conducted by Rev Father Gorey stealing the pastor Pardoned by the or Coversi- - FOR CHIIiSTflt FEVER BILIOUSNESS PRiceI HEADACHE AND ALL MALARIAL DISORDERS URE UURE BY rn cents PREPARED J i wnti di iiiuwviu ivii exir nv nib noiieieie RICHARDSON TAYLOR MED CO ST LOUIS MO I FnD JAY-EY-EI Oh What a Cough the Will you heed the warning signal perhaps of the sure approach of that more terrible disease Con- Â¬ sumption Ask yourself if you can afford for the sake of saving 60c to run the risk and do nothing for it We know from experience that Shilohs Cure will cure your cough It never fails This explains why more than n Million Bottles were sold the past year It relieves croup and whooping cough at once Mothers do not be without it For lame back side or chest use Shilohs Porous Plaster Sold by J W First mass at 1030 a 8 a m Second 3 Al flfe JLm mass p m m Vespers at Mn J I CAsn Ulclcory Grovo Farm lie of Itncluc Wis fcuyo Alcrtr every known remedy 1 removed u lurjtc l of two years standing from all car ol J i i with threo applications of Jay-Eyc-S- Rev H G Henderson A M will preach at tho Methodist Church to morrow morning at 11 oclock and at 800 p m The Sunday school at 930 oclock a m Itisthebestprcparationllmvoeveruscdoil ci of 1 hcartliy recommend It toalllloriciriin quids am EW3K nrnrnn njfafcTyiTEM c L The Epworth League convenes in the class room at 645 p m BsIKmmJB trade mahk hundreds of such testimonials Price 8150 bottle AstyourlruggIetforIt If ho It send us 23c stamps or silver for trial box does not keep icr CO Whitehall N V W B EDDY We have i iJZS Rev George Darsie will occupy his pulpit at the Christian Church to- Â¬ 37 Gayle m morrow at 11 and 8 oclock as usual Summer Party The Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor meets in the Miss Mary Talbott Dudley gave a very charming summer party on chapel at 730 p m Wednesday evening at the Capital Shilohs Consumption AND Hotel the guest of honor being Miss Cure Mattio Bryan daughter of Lieutenant This is beyond question the most -AND DEALER IN- and acting Governor Jas W Bryan successlul Jough Medicine we have The young ladies were lovely in their ever sold a few doses invariably cure tho worst cases of Cough Sieiks beautiful costumes Miss Bryan wear- Croup and Bronchitis while its won- Â¬ Gas ing an exquisite blue silk daintily derful success in the cure of Con- Â¬ STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN trimmed with lace The beaux were sumption is without a parallel in the ZiPB AND FITTINGS ETO JOB AND CONTRACT WORK ALL WORK gallant and handsome After danc Â¬ hisLory of medicine Since its first GUARANTEED discovery on a ing delightful refreshments were guarantee it has been sold other a test which no served and all went merry as mar medicine can stand it you have a In rear of Salenders Grocery FRANKPORT KENTUKOY riage belle until the fair ladies gave cough we earnestly ask you to try it for sweet good night and Price 10c GOc and 81 the signal If your lungs pleasant dreams are sore chest or back lame use Shilohs Porous Plaster Sold by J kin ww ft ny -- ipaXxa-A-iLi- m umber Gas Steam Fitter Fixtures Bath Tobs Closets i - ra Â¬ Churchill Scarces Will W Gayle 37 h fit The will of the late Churchill T Mr George Robinson of St Louis Mo who have been visiting frioiius Scarce formerly of this city who in this city for several days returned died in Louisville last week was home Saturday evening probated in the Jefferson County Mr J II Oulter of Louisville Court Wednesday According to spent several day in this city tha the terms of the instrument the de first of the week the guest of his cendent first directs that the execu brother Mr W M Culter Mr Thod Sullivan wife and chil- tor shall erect a suitable monument dren of Falls City Nebraska who over the grave of his late father S have been visiting relatives in this A Scarce whose remains lie buried city loft for home Tuesday at Calvary Cemetery San Francisco Mrs J J Brooks of Richmond To his aunt Mrs E L Samuel of and Mrs J S Minary of St Louis this city he leaves his silver tea set Mo will arrive in the city Monday At her death it is to go to his cousin for a weeks visit to relatves Mrs F V Gray of this city Mr Edward V and Miss Pickett To his friend and spiritual adviser Johnson son and daughter of Col E Polk Johnson left Wednesday for the Rev Geonro C Betts rector of Eastwood to spend the Bumininer Grace Church LouiBville he leaves 1000 to bo expended in charities Mrs James N Miles and son Master Robert and Mumer Murray in such manner and at such time as Wiard left Monday for Beattyville to in his judgment may seem proper visit her brother Mr Robert B All the romainder of his estate Franklin Ver- after the above devises are carried Miss Theresa Berryman of sailles and Misses Mamie and Katie out is to go to his uncle W Russell Rorrvmnn of LOUlBVHlO wore thd Samuel who resides in Nevada Mo fmests of Mrs W H Posey the first Mr E L Samuel of this city is of the week appointed executor without any Justice John M Harlan of the U bond being required The will is dated May 10 1891 The S Supreme Court was in the city Wednesday shaking hands with his witnesses are Albert AStolland J F old friends He left on the afternoon Bullitt m 0 O train for Waahingt6n City When the blood is loaded with im Mr M J Downs of Carrollton purities the whole Bvstom becomes law partner of Commonwealths At- disordered This condition of things torney Gaunt was in this city sever- cannot last long without serious re- Â¬ al days this week on business and sults In such cases a powerful alter Â¬ was the guest of Judge Bon G Wil- Â¬ ative is needed such as Ayors Sarsa liams parilla It never fails and has no Tobin E O Leigh 0 equal MeBsra R Y Wilson E II Taylor Frankfort RibbonsI Ribbons Come and see aid I ASpalding Morganfieldeamo our big lot Wo will slaughter up with lion John Young Brown Wo have now opened a big stock of from Frankfort on Saturday and millinery goods hat shapes wreaths spent the day in Georgetown veiling c ieoryctown Enterprise Now goods Now low prices Every Â¬ Hermes Phythian Saffoll omployed at body welcome Mr Frankfort Fostofllce was in Lex- - Opposite court house 131 St Clair s n street n yesterday on a pleasure trip Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Its Silver Anniversary The Lexington Gazette was twenty five years old Wednesday and Editor H H Gratz celebrated the event by JOHN T BUCKLEY entertaining his friends at an old fashioned barbacuo in Bonjamin Gratz Park Ho was assisted at the enter- Â¬ tainment by thirty or forty of the handsomest young ladies in Fayotto Quccuswnre and Fancy China Tea Set 56 pieces 3 Dinner Sets from 850 up The larg Â¬ est siock in Central Kentucky to select presents from tSXirflWJWTTf Stoves Tinware and Home Furnishing Goods Conk Stoves from 475 up Heating Stoves from 3 up Plumbing anil Gas Fitting Tin Roofing and Guttering Job work of all kinds in both branches done promptly awl guaranteed to be llrsl clnfss WW frTMMr1JIB 1W lli AMMM B county Across tho Seep to tho West n steamboats cars and stage coaches Hoi tetters Stomach Bitten is carried as the most Important Item in the materia medica ot the traveling public It deprives vitiated brack Ish water ol Its hurtful properties and exÂ¬ ecrable flavor counteracts the pernicious effects upon the stomach of bod or indigestible food remedies cramps heartburn and wind upon the stomach It is a fine defense against malarial disorders nullifies the effects of ex cesslve heat cold and damp relieves sick headache and is an Incomparable cure for costlvenesa and biliousness The fatigue of travel often tells most disastrously upon In vallds and convalescents occasionally to sucb an extent as to Jeopardize life Persons la feeble health apprehensive of bad effects from travel will If provided with the filttters be far less likely to have their fears realized Fr illMI I have the largest stock in my different lines to he found in Central Kentucky and at prices that are beyond all competitors Give me n call JOHN T BUCKLEY JACOB SW1GERT CO To the Meet Messrs O Gran Graham John Sel bort Will A Lewis and B Tood Crutcher left hero yesterday upon their bicycles for Louisville to attend Have Removed From the Baltzel Building Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tho annual meeting of tho State League of American Wheelmen A carpenter by tho name of M S Powers fell from tho roof of a house Town lnt Vina MninRH serious find snrain nainful and ri oit tvAxT sTZKrErso to H101 AND 102 -- the wrist which ho cured with one bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm Ho savs it is worth 85 a bottle It cost him 50 cents For sale by J W In fninnri HllH- - of Basement of the Capital Hotel n- M -- STR H H nr - 39 4t Gayle BThey will Try KloborsSodaWaterSouth Side snore time I fill this space with an entirely new advertisement in a v fwjt Ii 3 Base Ball Stnrka Olub wont Tho Oratclior down to Ploasurovillo on Wednesday and played a came with tho club of that place at tho Masonic picnic in tho beautiful park of Mr Ike LoCompto Tho game was closely contested from beginning to end and quite interesting The Pleasuroville boys out batted our team but were not so strong in the field The game was umpired by Judge Jas V Pierce of Hew Oastlo who was exceedingly fair and impartial in all his decisions Following iB tho score Â¬ k f probably sion of tho Legislature about the 22d of February In order to prepare plans and programs for this re union a number of the lead ing writers and authors will hold a preliminary consultation meeting at tho law office of John L Scott in Frankfort on Wednesday tho 12th of August next at which meeting plans will bo adopted to make tho re union in Fobruary one of the mo3t interest- Â¬ ing and important meetings for litera- Â¬ ture ovorheld in tho South Â¬ Advertised Letters Below will lio found n lint of ndvortised lettors for tho week ending Juno 2Jth 1801 Assignees Notio Q 1 LLPEHSONS KNOWING THEMSELVES IN A ileWeil to the llrm of 11 UMcCoj Co as signed nro rcinit uteri to como forward and settlo thrlr Indebtedness And the uredltors of said llrm are hereby notified to present tin Ir claims to the undersigned proven as required by law on or before July 1st 1891 J W GAYLE Assignee of B II McCoy Co Â¬ Huckloy Binhifl L Aniiio in inn Long J J Mers Willie 11 Cosnnd Demi Currena J It J L 2 Collins Kntio Craig Win Mollio Diber Goortu A Bowman Lit vest a Martin Com Meyor Edward Moore George More Jno McGill Henry Piper Snllio Mar 23 Sin A in case of failure a return of purLlndsey H ib n 1 b and p On this safe plan chase price Merchant Jl 1 0 2 l 4 11 you can Newman froin our advertised a 3 2 2 5 buy Staggss Ii 2 1 2 5 0 Llndse W 2b Druggist a bottle of Dr Kings p 8 2 1 9 0 1 South 1 1 1 1 3 5 Stagg F 3b and ef New Discovery for Consumption 4 0 0 0 0 0 VanDerveer r f It is guaranteed to bring relief in G 30 17 11 27 23 Totals every case when used for any AM K Klll lO riKvstiiEViMr 1 0 3 3 4 affection of Throat Lungs or Hammond 8b mid c u 4 2 0 4 c Ja ksen A3bc and 1 1 3 such as Consumption Chest f Rucker o II 3 Black lb J3ron Inflammation of Lungs 4 3 3 2 rarroll 2b 1 1 4 1 1 Nnsh ss iiud P chitis Asthma Whooping Cough C 1 1 1 2 Rucker E ss and i 1 II 1 4 0 etc It is pleasant Croup etc Kesler r t 1 0 1 0 2 0 LeCompte agreebble to taste perfectly and 43 10 15 24 1G 10 Totals sife and can always be depended 6 7 8 9 2 3 4 INNIN08 1 1 3rutcler AStaiks 12 0 3 4 0 3 3 -1- 7 upon Trial bottles free at South 1C 4 0 2 2 2 Pleasure vl lie Side Drug Store Hewitt p ami 1 CllUTCtIEK STAHKH All 1 G C f 321040 It 111 1 i A ID K Is one which is guaranteed to briner you satisfactory results or Jett Hi nun Â¬ Safe Investment Genking Frank Unrpool C Huffncor Joseph Heltom Ligo Htirix Fntcy Jackson Emma King Islmm Keeling Willie When Prater Thomas Perry Cyrus ticott John Smith J L Tucer Calvin Rtovonson Louis Skajrgfl Bird Dissolution Notice CanutiKv km Stqjyped 1 10 2 0 6 0 VniiHerveer Nellio Washington E ad- - Thomas JJIizar vortised Wall John H calling for theso letter nny J Hattie Cornino M SAFF2LL Poftmnster Quiclc Work a colored chi Id died on Wednesday tho 21th inst and was buried on Thursday evening Her life was insured in the Sun Life Insurance Company and the policy was paid on yesterday by the Assist Â¬ ant Superintendent L P Knoke N conducThe infant child of L tor William Wilder died in Lexington Thursday and was brought to this city yesterday for intorment by the side of its mother who died last G 1 G 1 1 1 1 G G U An other Misfortune i Struck out by Hewitt 4 Merchant 3 llucker 1 Nash 3 Base on balls off Hewitt 7 Merchant 6 Ruiker 2 Nasn 7 Two base Mts Uowltt 1 Backer A 1 Carroll vllle 2 Earned Runs Cmtcher A Starki 2 Plensure i P H Carpenter Â¬ The Scaffold Fell J 6 Tllle 13 Three bise hits South 1 Passed balls Soutii i uamruond Left on base Crutcher A starks hours and Time of game Umpire Pierce 2 4 3 4 Jackson Pleasure 15 minutes J S Plea8urevillc Please look on Page 196 Rule 45 of Spaldings Official Base Ball Guide for 91 and you will find the follow- Â¬ ing rule viz itouch each base in regular order viz First second third and home bases and when obliged to return except on a foul hit must retouch xhe base or bases in reverse order He shall only be considered as hold- Â¬ -- Rule BASES TO BE TOUCHED 45 The base runner must ing a base after touching it and shall then bo entitled to hold such base until he has legally touched the next base in order or has been legally forced to vacate it for a succeeding very serious injury Tuesday evening He was at work on a scaffold in the Penitentiary when it fell anil pre- Â¬ cipitated him to the ground a dis- Â¬ tance of sixteen feet or more His foot turned at the ankle as it struck the ground and the weight of the fall broke the leaders and caused the bones at the ankle to protrude through the skin Dr Tobin the prison physician hopes to save Manns foot from amputation but it is doubtful as Mann is now in a criti- Â¬ cal condition m George Mann a convict who was week sent to the Penitentiary from Louis- Â¬ Prophylactic ville in April 1887 for life for the Use it in every sick room Will murder of Emma Mann sustained a keep Darbys the atmosphere pure and wholesome removing all bad odors from any source Will destroy all Disease Germs infection from all Fevers and all contagious diseases The eminent physician J Marion Sims of New York says I Â¬ the progress of Consumption The best authorities agree that its a scrofulous affection of the lungs If taken in time and given a fair trial Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery will effect a cure Thou Â¬ sands have been saved by it thousands more are putting it off till too late For every form of Scrof- Â¬ ula Bronchial Throat and Lung Affections Weak Lungs Severe Coughs and kindred ailments it is a positive remedy Its guaran Â¬ teed to do all thats claimed for it If it doesnt benefit or cure in every case your money is returned is the only Discovery The Liver Blood and Lung Remedy thats sold so Think what a medi- Â¬ cine it must be Especially has it manifested its potency in curing Tetter Salt rhcum Eczema Erysipelas Boils Carbuncles Sore Eyes Goitre or Thick Neck and Enlarged Glands Worlds Dispensary Medical As- Â¬ sociation Makers No 6G3 Main Street Buffalo N Y Â¬ LAW PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE between us has been by mutual Wo will wind up aU consent this day dissolved old business together Persons Indebted to us will settle with either 1 A SCOTT or J A VIOLETT THE June Gtf E G MATTEHIT te2s Plitiinjiiir 334 MAIN STREET FEANKFQRT KY Kentucky Central Railway BLUE GRASS ROUTE ShorteiUnd Quicken routefroin CKiNTUAL KENTUCKY TO ALL POINTS mhi mi LEXINGTON riClEDULE IN west AND m southwest FAST LINE BETWEEN CINCINNATI MAY 101111891 EIUCT NichnlnsuillE Ky Select Boarding and Day School for young ladles Souili Pound No 3 NoB Accom Daily Express fast line fcXjjUD fiallv Noi am convinced that Pro Darbys Prophylactic Fluid is a most valuable disinfectant 21 and little girls An Agent Drowned IS V We do not hesitate to guarantee them every time and we stand ready to re fund the purchase price if satis- Â¬ factory results do not follow their use These remedies have won For Over Fifty Years their great popularity purely on It has been said that skilful adver- Â¬ their merits For sale by tising will accomplish wonders and i P H Carpenter Druggist this is partly true for it is no un- Â¬ common thing to see various nostrums achieve a brief notoriety in WE CAN AND DO this way But they do not outlast Guarantee Dr Ackers Blood Elixir the notices that herald them Thus Tor it has been fully demonstrated to it is that the mercurial and potash the people country that it is remedies are constantly appearing superior to of this all other preparations for before the public in new disguises Advertising however will not ac Dlood diseases It isapositiveoure forÂ¬ Erupcount for the popularity that S S S syphilitic poisoning ItUlcers purifies the tions and Pimples has enjoyed for fifty years nor for whole system and thoroughly builds the fact that it has become a house- up tho constitution hold remedy nor will advertising ac- Â¬ D J W Gayle Druggist count for the thousands of testimonials that the people have given in Court house its behalf Only the most substan Â¬ Hermes opposite thoboys suits for can account for tho estima- Â¬ has just received little tial merit 42 It tion in which this wonderful medi 65 conts cine is held universal satisfaction Â¬ Â¬ There is an exception to the latter and that is in case of a runner being on first and second bases or second and third bases and an attempt to steal bases is made For instance suppose the runner on third attempts to steal home and the Tunner on second in the interim runs to third and touches that base under the ordinary working of the rule he would bo entitled to hold that base but in this exceptional case if the runnor trying to steal home finds lie can not do it successfully and tries and succeeds in getting back to third base he is entitled to that base and the runner from second to third who has touched and held third must return to second and if touched while standing on third base he is out The Falls City of Louisville and the Athletics of this city two color- Â¬ ed Base Ball Clubs played two games one Sunday and the other Monday afternoon at Athletic Park on the The first resulted Owonton pike in a score of 9 to 10 in favor of Falls Oitys and the latter in a victory for the home team the score standing 28 to 5 part of the rule Thursday morning Mr O C Beatty an agent of an eastern Sew- Â¬ ing machine company who was tak ing a raft of walnut logs to Madison Indian for his company was pass ing over White Oak shoal just below Irvin on the Kentucky river when the raft struck a sand bar and went to pieces Beatty jumped into the river and attempted to swim ashore but was drowned by the swift cur- Â¬ rent Tho man who was with him came on here and telegraphed Beat tys friends of his death Â¬ Not if you go through the world a Dr Ackers Dyspepsia dyspeptic Tablets are a positive cure for the worst forms of Dyspepsia Indigestion Flatulenoy and Constipation Guaranteed and sold by 9 J W Gayle Druggist Â¬ LIFE WORTH LIVING i Educational Do not fail to attend the Education al Convention to be held at General Browns woods near Farm dale on the 4th of July next Tho teachers from Shelby and Anderson Franklin Woodford will be in attendance A sumptuous dinner will bo prepared for the occasion Able addresses and essays will be contributed by promi- Â¬ nent citizens and there will bo fine music in attendance Let every body go and spend a happy and profitable day Â¬ m We desire to say to our citizens that for years we have been selling Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Dr Kings New Life Pills Bucklens Arnica Salve and Electric Bitters and have never handled remedies that sell as well or that have given such Merit Wins Only On tooid Point Coin fort Va and Re turn X3 Â¬ Tuesday July 21st a special train will be run to Old Point Com fort from Lexington under the aus- Â¬ stitlon to Jackson Ky Trains between Three Lve Birorvllle ha Lexington pices of the Missionary Society of Forks ami Llkatnwa il run dally between Three Arr Corbln illy Sundajs excepted Forks and Sf Lve Corbln the Main street Christian Church H jwj J L MUUPHY Lve London Only 13 for the round trip and General Passenger Agent Arr Livingston special low rates at the Hygeia Hotel Lve Livingston a2aE for those who go on this excursion Lve Rerea Arr Richmond Make your arrangements to go as this will be the cheapest and most OLD KENTUCKY ROUTE Lve Hfchmnml 0 05 nn desirable excursion from Lexington Newport News A Mississippi Valley Co E P Arr Winchester G S5nm Ive vv inchester 7 10am Arr Paris 7 45a in this season Lve Lexington 7 ixinm Tickets good to return until August Washington Philadelphia 7 63U11 Arr Paris 8th and holders may stop at any of LveCynthiana 8 24am New York Baltimore Virginia resorts on return trip Lve Falmouth the J23am Arr Covinirtnn For explanatory circular see or ad- Â¬ Old Point and the Sea Shore Arr Cincinnati 10 4Jam 10 65am dress any railroad agent or EASTERN 18am 8 Ubpm a 45am yitpm Begins September 14 1831 For catalogue apply Cymhiana 10 43am J 6Jnm to prlnclpil 11 laatii 102dpm Arr fans Lexiugton laiOnn 1100pm MISS M F HEWITT Lve Pari 1125am June 27 2m Afr Winchester 1210iin Winchester 12 40pm Le Richmond Arr l sapin 1 85pm Lve Richmond Lve lierea 2U5pm 3 Oopin HOOD SHELBY COUNTY FARM WITH OB ArrLivingston tt 15pm Lve Livingston without growing crop situ Red near llatton 4 OOpm Ky containing II acres with good dwelling and Lve Loudon 4 5upm Arr Corbln outbuildings Apply on the premises to 5 00pm Lve Coroln JOHN WrfAKUEVT 5 5 ipm Lve BdrDrvllle or to CUAS K KXUM Lve Iliievllle b 41pm June 13 lt Frankfort Ky LveMIddleibli 7 35pm ArrCunbUnp 7 50iim RAILWAY UNION C3 KENTUCH 4 50pm Lve Corbln LveWlliUsbg 5 45pm i20pm Arr Jeiuco EFFEQTIV D333IB5R 2IiT 1890 Lve Richmond l oopm GOING EAsT 4 43pm Lve Lancaster 520pm Leave Lexington 30i p m Arr Stanford 4 el p m Ieavo Whichever 4 51 p in Clay City Leave U2 p m Arrive Lumber Xolnt 2 Nn 4 030 p in North Bound No Arrive Three Forks Dally Express oti a in Leave Three rorks li p 125 in Arrive Ellutawa GOING WEST Lo ive Elkatawa 835 a m Lve Stanford 7 00ain 1030 a in Anlve Three Forks Lincaler 2 7 50am Leave Three Forks titil a m Arr Kichmond i S io i5un Arrive Lumber Point 605 a in LveJellko h IFVmmi 7 87 a m Arrive Clay City Lve VVitu 8 5oam Arrive Winchester 830 a m Arr Corblni jbg 9 30 a m Arrive Lexington 5 2 0 3JU1I1 LveCuinbliap 6 3Jam Connections made at Lumber 1olnt with 0 58am stenuer for Beattyvllle EKut iwi Is nearest Lve Jlnltllenbli Falmouth Thirty fifth Scholastic Year Lve Cincinnati LveuovniKtoti 810am 800pm 3 00pm it Ubpm 4 32pm SiKiDm FOR SALE TIME CARD 610pm vuupm GlSpni BWJtD 7 05pm 7 55pm A i i m J fSw jsWWI No G Dall Ex faun - JH ulli if W 1 jj- rs - i5t sS sc MS yi ifcl - iJT - - - ffiW tlijjJH kjEJESm 7 8 35anu tiain J 25am 9 45am ivam S iflM1 1021111111 11 Ooaml 11 15IU1 12 161111 12 1 7aK KmS9i fHi 1246pm 4bpm 40pm 1 C8pm 2 33pm 2 oopm 345pm 2 45pm 4 25pm 3 15pm 4 48pm inM 10pm 530pm 5 40pm 037pm 6 5Cpin 645pm 4 1M Wm MM i5Ml G W H Boswell G A w Barney G AND ALL IN EFFECT ROUND Lve CITIES 1891 MAY 18 Ohas L Brown P Lexington Ky A Delono EAST Fast Mul FURNITURE LOOK AT THESE PRICES Â¬ Ashland Cattlettsburg Huntington Arr Mt Sterling Arri Arr Ullve Hill Lve Winchester Lexington Acm Accm DUly Dally Dally luuy KxSun ESun 7301111 tilOpin 5 45pm 11 40am uum 1230pm SiMam 7 00pm 852am 730pm 7 Cpm 1 OCpm lOOOpm DAILY 045am 1040am JOJpuJ 8 nam 15pm 1030pm U 0 U3uu 1228pm 104Jilil 1250pm I107pit 025am DAILY tiHnpm fi 7 4 Limited Express MAYSVILLE BRANCH No 10 North Bound Ex bun 7 7 8 8 9 10 00 55 Daily Ex Sua No is 9B Ygm Lve Cincinnati Lve Covington Lve Lexington Lve Pari- Arr Millersburg Arr Carlisle Arr Johnson Arr Jlaysville 306pm a in 520pm a m 616pm 18am 638pm 40 n 700pm 34 ii m 7 64pm 10 am 8S0pra 111 300pm Â¬ WEST ROUND South Round Lve Lve Lve Lve Maysville Huntington Lve Cattlettsburg Ashland Olive Hill Tlie Literature of the South The Literary Society of the South has been organized about two years Its object is to encourago art science and general litoraturo in tho South and to preserve the works and writ Â¬ ings of all southern authors and writ ers both in proso and poetry and to elevate tho general tone of general literaturo Tho society is composed of tho loading authors historians poets and writers in all tho Southern States Tho society has already hold two annual mootings one in Nash Â¬ ville in 1890 the other in Louisville in 1891 Ool Thos B Ford has been eleotod President The society proposes to hold a re uniou of all tho authors and writers of the South in vPrankfort next winter during theses- -P i Â¬ Death of Mrs Welseii Clipper LN roads Mrs Weisenberger was tho mother ACCOMMO LEXINHTON A solid ash suit 16th century DATION dallyAND OLIVE HILL Connects at except Suwlav of Mrs V A Kaltonbrun and Mr L K 0 Points and at Winchester to and finish 20x24 inch French bevel Lexington with L from R It for Louisville Ky B Weisonborgor of this city N LEXINGTON AND MT STERLINtfACCOMMo mirror 20 Sunday Â¬ A bed room suit cheval dresser We stop our press to announce tho 18x40 inch French bevel mirror death of Mrs A Weisenberger which 16th century finish 2 occurred this morning about two oclock Mrs W loft her bed just bo fore that time and went out into the A 1 6th century finish suit chevyard where her lifeless body was found at four oclock Sho had boon al dresser 18x30 inch French in good health apparently The cause of nor death is unknown Midway bevel Mirror 22 berjjer 00am 8 05liu Kx Sun Mt Sterling Lve iu U7aiu 43pm 25aui 1 2pm 11 15am 458pm 7 15am 1 Copm Winchester Lexington Arr 1205pm 030pm 805 m 2 45pm LIMITED VESTlliULED EXPUr ruilH dally and has Vestlbuled Pullman HulTet Sleei ers between Louisville Lexington Wnshlngton New York and Old Point Comfort This train Is made part of the celebrated Arr 1 20pm G25am 13Jpm 03 in 1 f Opm 2 m 303pm tl 001111 No 9 Daily Ex Sun 5 20 n m 5 57 a in 6 50 a m 7 15 a m 7 40 a m 8 28 a in 10 49 a m 10 65 a in No Ex Sun Dally ii 67pm 10pm Jl e I Arr Lexington Arr Covincton Arr Cincinnati Johnson Carlisle Millersburg Arr Pans 160pm 227 pm 3 20pm 3 45pm 410pm 700pm fi37pm G45pm O 4 Â¬ East ot Huntington on the FAST MAIL TRAINS runs dully between Make direct Lexington and Huntington At connections at Huntington with C A O Ashland with S V Ry At Wlucliestor with K C It R north and south bound and at Lexing Â¬ ton with LSuudON O A T P Rail Â¬ r WLMUNSONTruv S R KNOTT C v O Pass Act Cincinnati Route DR ACKERS BNGLISH PILLS Â¬ Are active and pure For siok head Â¬ ache disordered stomach loss of apÂ¬ inch mirror petite bad complexion and billiouB noss they have never been equaled R eltnor in America or abroad rAtnL 9 W Gaylb Dri -- as J sr An imitation walnut suit 18x24 14 ROGERS v SON May2 ly a DATION runs daily exceot and mukes direct connection at Winchester to and from Mlddlesborotigh and Richmond and at Lex Inston with L S Ry for Louisville For full Information In regard to Rates Routes Ac apply to any Agent of this or connecting Hues or to 0 L BnowN II K Huntinoton V PandG M Oen Pass Agent LEXINGTON G W BAUNKT G A Lexington Ky GA KY W 8 IIAMH ISON Ky Ashiunu w v v fe auaraMHittflMiwiA JUV Jft u f ft 3i as U V J i 1 - f w V il HMnMMBMmnMMH friumWituJi i - C P ATMORB Gen Pass Agt General Offices Louisville Ky S F B MORSE Asst Genl Pass Agt Ofllce Chamber of Commerce Bldg Cincinnati O No 1 Dally to all points except Rowland Dili stoti which Is dally except Sunday No 2 Runs dally from Lexington o Cincin Â¬ nati No 1 Runs dally No 4 Runs dally from nil stations except the Rowland Division which Is dull oxcept Sunday No G Dally except Sundny No 5 runs dally between Cincinnati and Lex Â¬ ington Ho 1G Paris and Loxlngton Accommodation dally Leaves Lexington 1000 a in Arrives Parta 1045 a in No 7 Falmouth Accommodation Leaves Arrives Falmouth Cincinnati 645 p m 740 p in dally except Sunday No 8 Leaves Falmouth 6 n in Arrives Cin- Â¬ cinnati 755 a m dally except Sunday Nos land 3 make connections at Wlnchestei tor points on the NN A M V Ry E D No 1 Carries through cars from Cincinnati m Mlddleaborough and Cumberland Gap and all in I termediate statlonsiuid runs daily v J Traffic Manager ui V2iA Jull - v y v TirjiirfTrt i ISjOLiifMAlU v i u 4r FKAJNKFOAT ROUNDABOUT Kutered at the post oilla at Frankfort Kentucky aa second class mailable matter A ttEQ LEWIS Editor and Publisher JUNE 27 FRAKKFOUT 181 The ITIissoii BniKl h fm The nnnunl meeting of the Mission Band of the Christian Church was held Sunday evening the exercises at which consisted of songs and reci- Â¬ tations bj the children of the Sunday school and were very interesting The mission jugs were opened and count of their contents showed that 129 had been raised for mission purposes during the year Little Miss Nattalie McDaniel was awarded a gold thimble as a prize for her zeal and industry in raising money for her jug and Mr James R Banta was also awarded a souvenir spoon as a reward for his efforts in the same direction The annual report of the treasurer of the society showed quite a neat sum To Wind up This Year on hand Â¬ Notwithstanding the warm weathAccording to Mother Shiptons er a congregation which filled the prophecy tho world is to come to an Church to its utmost capacity was end this year and you fellows who present to witness the ceremonies arc in arrears for subscription to tho Roundabout Jessamine Female Zitsti- - and settle up want to come around title Â¬ of wheat 401529 bushels of oats and A negro convict was being brought to tho Ponitentiary in this city from 12445358 pounds of hemp Louisville jumped from tho east O train Wants to Teach in Lex- - bound 0 Wednesday iiiKtou near Anchorage and afternoon made his escape The Lexington Transcript says same old dodge lie worked the on the guard Miss Lizzie Scott of this city hasap of going into tho water closet plied for a position as teacher in one and getting out of tho window Mr of the Lexington schools George Shaw who was sitting on that side of tho car and saw tho New Attornev negro when he jumped said lie Squire John S Harrod was examin Â¬ seemed to turn over ueveral times ed by a committee of lawyers ap Â¬ beforo he struck the ground but lit pointed by Judge Warren Montfort on his feet running The guard an of the Circuit Court last woek and old man seemed to bo dazed and did not tell the conductor to stop the granted license to practice law train for some time after the negro was gone He then got ofT put a red Eloped bandana handkerchief over his head Mr Eugene Scott and Miss Maud the negro having taken his hat in his eloped to flight and trudged leisurely off down Holmes of this eity Georgetown on Thursday and wore the track The negro doubtless was married The young people are of a mile or two away before his pursuer ago but the parents of the brido op- Â¬ reached the point where ho mado tho leap for liberty posed the match tobacco 370612 tons of hay 41971 822 bushels of corn 0979749 bushels Jumped for Freedom SESjsshsa fir Vv ireW Mack Salvers - Gos Strict near Mmumn Now iMent Starker 223 Mnln unrmllH Stable Fresh all Kinds ALWAYS ON HAND Mack Salyers Meats of We will run wagons on both sides ol the river mid dellvei gooda In anr pnt ot tho citj His fflSQKSk Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste and act3 gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys tem effectually dispels cold licad aclics 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 the stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and 1 bottles by all leading druggists Any reliablo druggist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ April 18 tf Co Mm UNDEll an l SemireNuitnr PHKVAILIXlf CONDITIONS nl to lintli by iIIm iimc tkd merely nmiWn t0 pr MANY DR JOS HAAS The thirty fifth scholastic year of this most excellent academy for young ladies and little girls will begin on Monday September 14th Miss M F Hewitt for many years a resident of this city is the principal of the Institution and is assisted by an able corps of teachers Parents having daughters to educate cannot find a better school in Central Ken- Â¬ tucky at which to place them as the oourso of instruction is thorough and the samo watchful care is maintained over every pupil that they would receive at home The location is healthful the buildings handsome and admirably adapted to the purposes of a first class boarding school Read the ad- Â¬ vertisement in another column and then write to Miss Hewitt at Nicho- lasville for a catalogue A Gambling Game Later Tho negro whoso name was Peter Reed had escaped from the Fenitentiary four months ago and had been living in Louisville over since Ho was met on tho street Wedcsday morning by Squire Hood in whose family he had former- Â¬ ly beon a servant was recognized and arrested by the Squire who in order to obtain the reward was bringing the negro to this city A og d Paallfy Handy Used successfully for 15 years Will Arrest Disease Prevent Blseaso Expel Worms Stop the Giuh Increaso the Flesh and Hasten Maturity PRICKS SJ50 SI Wand rite porpkif 231b cans 1250 Tho largest packages are the cheap Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ est Bicycle Step Ladder ti I If ik TO Mm I mi W Mr R K McClure has just put In- Â¬ to his boot and shoe establishment one of the above conveniences for the purpose of aiding his clerks in reaching the boxes of shoes on the top shelves The ladder is arranged to run upon trucks which work upon a track laid on the ledge above the drawers in tho shelving and is kept in position by hooks placed upon the upper end of the ladder which work along a rod attached to the shelves It can bo rapidly run from one end of tho shelving to the other and is never out of the way when wanted Additional shelving is also being put up to accommodate the largo stock carried by the house Wi Assignment in Lumber j f un oaturaay tne urm Wayts Company dealers or j i in lum and coal doing business it Georgetown made an assignment to Mr J M Wakefield of this city for the benefit of their creditors The liabilities of the firm are placed at 13000 with assets amounting to 18000 The firm is composed of Mr M R Wayts and son Rev W R Wayts both former residents of this city They own several houses and lots in this city which are probably included in tho deed of assignment ber In tlic Pen Chas Johnson tho burglar sent for four years for stealing Mrs Chapman Colemans diamonds and jewelry Harry Grant sent for one year for cutting Bob Green and Spencer Williams sent for ono year for stealing clothing all of whom were tried last week in tho Circuit Court wero sentenced Wednesday and taken to tho Penitentiary to bo gin serving their- sentences Grant was pardoned by the Gov ornor as soon as he was recioved at the prison NEV YORK NY LOUISVILLE KY Albert Welch a colored man who has been employed as a carriage i driver by Judge W IT Sneed for j several years was attacked with heart disease Wednesday afternoon nlVINO CLAIMS AGAINST while engaged in unhitching tho ALL PERSONS Ieter Jett Insolvent are hereby e titt of notified to produce the same berore the 1st day ot horses from tho carriages at Judge September lb91 proven as required by law Struck by a Tornado Sueeds residence in South Frankfort Wit Ckomwkll Assignee of Teter Jett June C 2m Campbellsburg Henry county was and fell to the ground a corpse Ho struck by a tornado on Saturday drove the carriage over for Judge A VIOLEIT N Railroad Sneed at noon as was his custom TAMES The depot of the L ATTORNEY AT LAW barns and fences were blown down and had only returned a few minutes FRANKFORT KY and several houses were unroofed beforo being stricken with death N No lives were lost but tho L PIUCTICE IN ALL THE COURTS OF He was a very quiet respectable Franklin eountr and the Court of Anneals station agent had a close call citizen and was highly esteemed by Superior and Federal Courts uniee in Judge Sneed and wife to whom his CleiksOllice Duvui building opposite fiCounty June iim A FaUIsful Servant sudden death was a great shock W J OHINM One of the turnpikes in this coun- Â¬ ITCarvelottS Endurance L5 ty has had in its service a gate keep- Â¬ 1 jo vast amount of labor per Â¬ AWXORlTHTr AXEAW er who has been at his post without formed by tho heart in keoping all Will practice in nil State Courts Of- an interval forthe term of thirty five nortionn of tho body supplied with years last March He has spent nearly blood is not generally known It Jan licelysecond lour LUilum House 3l bcls 100000 times and forces the a life time faithfully serving this b 1CS miles a day ood FltANK IltOJD E B rAItSTOW company and no doubt they have w eh at the rate of times Sec and Treas President is i000000000 and 5KO An DnYKit It T Hasimvt rewarded him for his fidelity Mr J 6 o miles in a life time No wonder Vice President superintendent th Harrison Williamson of the Law rJ re aro so many Heart Fai u ea renceburg Turnpike Road Company L he first bymptoms aro shortness of The Slaiitail Printing M Co oath when exercising pain in the or stomach fluttering choking ifethroat oppression Kormerlj the Standard Prlntlnglnk Works in then follow I2asc Kali Finger MANUFACTUREHS OF weak Hmgry or smothering spells ankles etc Dr Franklin PRINT1NGAND LITHOGRAPHIC INKS While playing base ball Monday BwolenInkw VARNISHES FTC files Heart OlJttE is the only N riablo remedy in the yard of tho L 103 Canal Cincinnati Ohio Iune28 y Sold by J VV Railroad on High street Henry Giylc Frankfort Ky 1 MM Woods a son of the late G Marsh Woods attempted to catch a thrown Time Extended W ATTORN ball which struck him on the little Monday night the City Council AMD finger of his right hand breaking it between the second and third granting tho Street Railway Com- Â¬ REAL ESTATE AGEKT joints The fracture was reduced by pany an extension of time until the II7TIL PRACTICE IN TDK COURTB OS r Franklin and the adjolnlnc Dr E E Hume and will soon be all first of December in which to build will alio five ipAclal attention to counties ane the tho road We are informed that in And sale of real estate collection of r ntapurehan right again claim ud the legotlation of loans case tho company of foreign capital InnSMt ist who have been talking of build Bitttcn in the Nose ing the road do not take hold of the Advice to Women Little Felix Hauschild son of the enterprise it will be built by the If you would protect yourself well known butcher was lying upon corporators who are all home people from Painful Profuse Scanty the floor at his home in South Frank- Â¬ Suppressed or Irregular Men- Â¬ fort Thursday morning when a shep- Â¬ struation you must use Started a Paper herd puppy approached him and he pushed it away with his hand The Messrs Ed S and Jas K Ollara dog immediately jumped at him and formerly of this county have started fastened its teeth in his nose and a paper at Trimble Tennessee called could with difficulty be driven off the Meteor Ed is one of tho pub- The wound was cauterized by Dr U Jishors and Jim i8 the editor Tho REGULATOR V Williams shortly after and it is Roundabout sends greetings to the hoped Felix will suffer no inconveni- Â¬ new enterprise and wishes tho boys CAnTEnsviiiE April 20 1880 This will certify that two members of my ence from it Tho puppy was killed abundant success immediate family after having suffered for years from Menatruul Irregularity Clayt Wood who was the first lessee of the new opera house in this city was arrested at Huntington West Virginia Sunday upon the charge of running a gambling game at the fair ground In default of 250 bond ho was locked up Sudden SScatli substitute For Sale by C d CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SAN FRANCISCO CAL W GAYLE JFRANKFORT TY stamp Ask for Testimonials a pamphlet on svIno wilt be mulled to any address on receipt of n two cent NOTIG fSHogoUtv Joe Haas Mar 7 Gm V S Intl Indianapolis itcREAMfilf l Roller JR Extractjttffif f CREAM Extract IS OUR BEST FLOUR BUT EITHER GOLD MEDAL IDOL Kim or CROMWELL EY-AT-LA- SILVER MOON IS A GOOD FLOUR FOR THE MONEY Dp W I Kelley OF CINCINNATI WILL BB AT THE Â¬ OHIO CAPITAL IX FBANKFOIIT SOTSL KY FRIDAY JULY 18 1891 BRADFIELDS FEMALE FEMalS BLEEDING Chloroform isLIND or ITCHIK little or no pain Cured wltuvMrt any surgical operation and wit Ligature or Knife It not necescary with tnli mode of treatmom A Runaway Clironic Diseases The course of chronic disease is usually so slow or to bo scarcely recognized by tho causual observer and it is only after such ailments have had possession of the system for months or yetiM that the sutler ing which they cause cries out for relief Tho patient is then but ill prepared to admit that tho disease lias been so long rooted and yet ho can fix no time when his disease and scomioro was ursi recognized uy Tho greatest success in tho liim treatment of such disease has only been attained by those specialists whoso years and facilities for obser valion have peculiarly fitted them for tho work They only aro trained to recognize tho minute Bymptoms of structural changes which exist in all chronic ailments Dr IJogman has proven by thirty years of unparalelled suc- Â¬ cess that no is to day unsurpassed in troatment of chronic disoaso Ho will bo at the Capital Hotel Wednesday h Mr John D Griffin drove his horse attached to his road cart into his yard at tho corner of Steele and Camp- Â¬ bell streets Tuesday morning and left him stand for a moment when tho animal moved the vehicle up against a ladder standing against the stable which fell and startled the horse causing him to spring forward and become entangled in the wires of a grape arbor which so frightened him that ho made a dash forthe fence andclearedit taking tho cart with him He ran up Campbell street to Conway turned came back and tried to jump into tho yard again but Mr Griffin drove him away from tho fence fearing he would injure his little boy who was running about in tho yard The horse then mado anoth or dash up Campbell street returned being treated without benefit by physicians were at length completely cured byone bottle nf ilradflcldii Ieinulo Kcgulator Its 7 1 ellect is truly wonaeriui J W Stuanqb Book to WOMAN mailed FREE which contain valuable information on all female dlseajet FISTULA IN ANO Is cured FISSURES Cured without cutting or tearing ULCERATION CATARRH BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO ATLANTA GA fOJB BAZXJ BY AUU JJBUGGiaXS Of the bowel cured Drneili hnanowboen visiting this cllyreo arly for neaiiy stvuuiuiib aiu tlu niaiij curea no has maae nnioii the wealthy and InhuMiiu citizens are sunlclentevldeuceof hlssuocus It ts now a well established fact that nmn dl mtsea of the stomach lvr kidney bladIi womb and uervoiu BrsKm are either cRustd ui uKravated bv tin coexistence of 1ILKS UlATV LA VIUSUBKor RECTAL ULCKIi UKCRRENOKS ONE DOLLAR WEEKLY BUYS A GOOD GOLD WATOH BY OUR CLOB SYSTEM Our 14 karet patent stiffened wold cases aro warranted tor 20 yenr t Wultlwm am Klln movement reliable uml well known Stein wind and set hunting or open facu ladys or neats Hle Kauai to any 70 watch Wo sell ouo of these watches for Crop Statistics Htf- VTi- J A UIUIU S4IlUIII a DUlWBliUUI AI1 JUOl JBSUUU by the Uommissionerot Agriculture we obtain tho following There wero produced in this county during the year 1890 2102400 pounds of tobacco 5479 tons of hay 281424 bushels of corn 61484 bushels of heat and 49100 nounds of hemn 3 total product oi the State for i ear 16081266 pounus oi T1 lJH 1 - 1 t m aErfW ML i i v July 1st and at tho corner of Steele slipped Consultation and examination is and fell where he was caught Tho free cart was badly damaged but the n i in wtr n r ma inailuici i r r lanvn m vnnn i uiiiiuicii norao was not lmurou uiv ivi utuiunat i w DR KKLX7TB offlc tad resldenoo Is at So and send to any address by registered mall or West Klgnth street Cincinnati and where b by ux press 0 O Dwlth prlvllegu of oxamlua- - may he found everyday of each week KXCKPT tlon Our Bent t Durham N C iw 3 FEIDAI8 AND 8ATUEDAYS Our Jewelers have confessed th dont know Pamphlets describing these diseases and tb how you can furnish such work for tlu money modeot treatment flint free to any one by aa dressing 8B2S CASH Hr K M Qoher Frankfort Kg Franklin Morris ftraorensburg J T Btateu Frankfort Ky V Herberlcu Krankfort Ky lie L V Hoiett Centon Kj A U McClurtt Frankfort Ky Richard Kerguion Frankfort KT w J Hughes Frankfort Ky David Moore Tiensou Kv Jas M Wit row Frankfort Ky wanted at each place Write for partlcularn York W - 1 j i vi EMPIRE WATCH CO OOMelden Lane New N 43 tad Y aSOWestBUirbthStaincinuatl OT CONSULTATION 9SLBB I KELLEY M D O m V i i i IKM ijp TOBUPIJJVv r 5 niANKKORT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFOUT JUNK U7 THOSE L N PASSES FIND TICKETS ENCLOSED 18111 C APT B v TEN FREE TUCKETS Cliapcl at tlic Cemetery The Manner in Which the Lexington Conference was gotten up Thor Â¬ Mr Mike Buckley the contractor oughly ExposedÂ¬ broken ground for the foundation hns of a neat now chapel at the Cemotery It is to be of stone and will occupy the cito of the old house used for so many years by the Superintendent aa a residenceo MOW HE RECEIVE JOHNSTON TELLS - June Meeting A big Juno meeting will be held at Little Flock Particular Baptist Church near Alton Anderson coun- Â¬ ty to day and to morrow Rev P J Lester member of Congress from Virginia will conduct the meeting A largo number of people from this county will attend Cholera infantum has lost its terrors since the introduction of ChamberÂ¬ lains Colic CholVa and Diarrhoea Remedy When that remedy is used and the treatment as dirocted 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 Â¬ a infantum after several other remedies had failed The child was so low that he seemed almost beyond the aid of human hands or reach of any 25 and 50 cent bottles for medicine sale by J W Gayle 39 4t Struck toy Lijjlitiaisj During the thunder storm Satur- Â¬ day morning the large olm tree which stands in the south west corner of Mr Hiram Berrys yard in front of Mr William McEwans residence was struck by lightning which ran down the trunk of the tree splitting the bark as with a large knife but doing no further damage This should settle all controversy and should also indicate very clearly from tho Louisville Post luno 23dl now raueli dependence can bo placed As to tho manner of getting up tho upon the denials of tho organs Lexington conference the Post has already published an exposure It The Henry County Local prints tho predicted beforo the meeting that following account of the transaction tho L N would not only provide and gives the names of boys who free transportation to all who wanted wont to see the side show A few days beforo the Lexington to go but was busily engaged in try Â¬ ing to drum up a crowd for tho meet Â¬ meeting to oppose the now Consti Â¬ ing After tho conference the Post tution was held Capt I NJohnston published tho fact that Capt I N who lives at Pleasureville received Johnston of Pleasuroville Ky had a letter from Col Walter Evans of been asked to send a party to tho Louisville asKing mm ll ho could conference and had been furnished not get up a crowd to attend tho with ten passes or free tickets in Lexington meeting Mr Johnston is order that his friends might go a warm friend of the new ConstituThis was denied by both the Courier tion and at once suspecting the Journal and tho Times Hero are tho methods being used to get up a crowd denials and tho proofs to show how determined to find out So ho wrote back that lie could get a dozen felmuch statements are worth lows if he had free tickets and From tho Times of June 10 promptly by the next mail ho reThe clmrKo of tho hiuidorgan of thoao ceived ten tickets to Lexington and who nro lighting for thu adoption of tho return He went out and drummed instrument that Col Wnlter Evuns fur up ten boys everyono of whom is in nished railroad tickets to a 1lonsurevillo favor of the Constitution gave them delegation to the Lexington convention the tickets and told them to go and is of the character of all tho charges and enjoy tho convention and we have arguments on that sido The L fc N word of several that they did so railroad officials challengo anybody to the no one may think We aro joking That show whore a single pass over their road about the matter we give the names was given to anyone who went to Lexing of tho parties and ask any incredu- Â¬ ton except in two instances whero a lous person who may doubt the story stenographer was as usual allowed the to refer to them for its verification trip pass that ho asked for Col Walter Evans who has thought it unnecessary to They were James P Bryant Henry I anti-Constituti- Furely a Corporation Meet Â¬ ing To this letter Capt Johnson re- Â¬ plied more as a joke than anything else that if ten free passes wore sent him ho could And ten men who would bo willing to go to Loxington Ho immediately received the follow Â¬ ing answer LouisvtMit Kv Junu 1801 J N Johnston Dtn Silt We hare no pass es but enckmo you ten tickets if any aro unused please return them Respoot Â¬ J Fa Main and Broadway CO j fully II S TYLER WLJACKSON WALTER EVANS JR isrz 1 lilleliUlu 32T Â¬ Â¬ PARLOR SUITS ROCKERS EASY CHAIRS DIVANS Etc LOUNGES SINGLE AND DOUBLE SffEW AMD HANDSOME Â¬ A SPECIALTY Â¬ Elegant finish quality of work the best and prices the lowest such a man tho whole story being far as ho is concerned a fabrication A make any denial of the charge that ho got ten tickets and sunt thorn to the Pleasuroville man Johnston says that ho not only furnished no tickets but that he doesnt know and never heard from so Hall Pleas Estos Orey Hancock Will Hawkins Harman Nash Prof From the Courier Journal June 17 Public Spealiisig Hon S B Erwin candidate of the Peoples Party fdr Governor and Hon M W Wilkins of Kansas addressed a large crowd at tho Opera House on Wednesday evening Prof J B Secrest the Peoples Party candidate for Superintendent of Public instruc- Â¬ tion was also present and dismissed the audience with prayer deny the story but he has not as yet Tho reason ho has not done so done so is because the story is true and Col Evans is too honorable a man to falsify even when in a tight place N ridiculous story to tho effeot thnt Col Walter Evans furnished ten trip passed to tho Lexington conferonco to a geutloman in Pleasuroville has been in Â¬ dustriously printed in the Evening Post Col Evans never furnished any passes and never heard of any such proceeding The Post has invited Col Evans to Badly Cut by the name of Whittaker who lives over Messrs Aubrey Wil- Â¬ liams meat store on Bridgo street was cutting wood on tho Keaton farm below the city Wednesday when in bringing his axe down it was caught by a grape vine and caused him to strike himself upon tho loft inflicting an ugly wound anklo which will lay him up for some time A man Mo The following letter from Capt I Johnston of Pleasure ville tells tho whole story Pleasukeville Ky June 22 1891 W M Finlcy Editor Post Louisville Ky Mr Van Pelt Editor of tho 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 Ho says I looseness of the bowels felt so much better the next morning that I concluded to call on the physi- Â¬ cian and got him to fix mo up a supply of tho medicine I was surprised Â¬ when he handed me a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Ho said he prescribed it regularly in his practice and found it tho best he could get or prepare I oan testify to its efficiency in my case at all events For sale by J W them the original letters that 39 4t Gayle they may overtake and punish tho impostor As a reply to the letters I have received in regard to this ticketÂ¬ Rates business I hope this will be a satis Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Yours of 18th at hand etc and in reply would say that from Col Walter Evans individually I have not received ten or any other amount of tickets to be used in going to and from the Lexington conference June 10 but that I did receive ten tickets for that purpose from Henry S Tyler Wm L Jackson jr and Walter Evans Committeemen for that oc- Â¬ I also see in the Times casion June 16 that Col Evans or his friends have denied having sent the tickets or the knowledge of this man John- Â¬ Now in order to set the ston Colonel as well as this man Johnston right before the peoplo of Kentucky I herewith send you copies of two received from communications Messrs Tyler Jackson and Evans I think when the folCommittee lowing letters will have- been read by the voters of Kentucky all will be right so far as tho Colonel and my Â¬ Would say self are concerned further that if Messrs Tyler Jackson and Evans have been imposed upon in these letters that if they will call on this man Johnston at Pleasuroville he will take pleasure in showing Elliott W C Banta Fletcher Hill and Geo Mews all of whom live at Pleasureville and will doubtless take pleasure in answering any question about the convention Tho question naturally arises who wanted those men to attend tho convention badly enough to pay their expenses Was it some patriotic citizen who has the good of the Stato at heart or was it some corporation that is afraid of losing the special privileges which it has enjoyed so long and on which it has grown rich and powerful Henry county hasnt a citizen who cant answer that question for himself or who doesnt know that the corporations would not bo so anxious to defeat the Constitution if it discr imi nated in their favor as the Courier Journal would have them believe The simple truth is that it places them on equality with other peo- Â¬ plo and under the same law and that they will move heaven and earth to defeat it rather than give up the old Constitution which secures them in the enjoyment of their special privileges and exemption from taxation Â¬ Â¬ Matresses and Pillows Made to Order By experienced workmen CO Carpets Furniture Wall Paper Draperies Hot Weather Goods I HAMMOCKS a Large Variety WIRE SCREEN CLOTH to keep out flies RUBBER HOSE to keep down the dust FISHING TACKLE to catch fish The Best Life aolicy Its not tho Tontine plan or Endow- Â¬ ment plan or Ten years renewable plan Its not adding your few dol- Â¬ lars to the hundreds of millions that the insurance companies boast of Its a better investment athan any of few dollars those It is investing in that Standard Remedy the Gol- Â¬ a cure for den Medical Discovery Consumption in its early stages and all throat and lung troubles GBAY 8c CHtJROH Kucklens Arnica Salve The best salve in the world foi Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Tetter Fever Sores Rheum Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns and all Skin Eruptions and posi- Â¬ tively curesPiles or no pay re- Â¬ quired It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money re Price 25 cents per box funded For sale by South Side drug store P H Carpenter 5 iy Those wishing to avail themselves of the opportunity to take lessons on the violin or piano during tho sum Â¬ mer months can either seo me or leave word at the residence of M r Sol Harris No 228 Main street 40 every WATERPROOF COLLAR or CUFF BE UP TO JXtot THE MARK to ILVoU THAT CAN BE RELIED ON BEARS THIS MARK to Pisscoioyf TRADE gSTPllU Fourth of July July 3d and 4th the L N will I N Johnston Bell round trip tickets at ono and one THE COMMITTEES APPEAL third faro to all stations except St L The following js tho letter sent to and N 0 Mammoth Cave Capt Johnston by tho committee Ry Limited to July Oth E P BRYAN which was endeavoring to drum up a Agent crowd for tho Lexington conference It speaks for itself On factory answer LLUL01D MarK NEEDS NO LAUNDERING CAN BE WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMENT tf Prof Siqxor Blitz m He Wouldnt Have It At last ono Kontuckian has been found who does not want an office His name is Hon E H Taylor jr Ho writes his friends declining to allow his name to be placed on tho list of candidates for speaker of tho Ho next House of Representatives is about tho size of a man tho House ought to select Tho oilicors always or nearly always are tho best whom tho office seeks and not those who seek the olllco Pmlucah News Louihvim12 Ky Juno 1801 Thosu who opposo tho adoption of tho proposed now Constitution will have i Children Cry conference at Loxingtoi at noon on the lOthlnst It is particularly desired that it shall bo largoly attended by roprosmi tativo citizens from every part of tho Stato and wholly without regard to poli The importance of tical affiliations intelligent action on a matter of such vital intorost to our futuie welfare can bowel not bo exaggerated and it is obviously necessary that thoro should ho a thorough organization of all those who believe by that the best intorosts of tho State de of mand its rejection if that rosult is to bo COLDS TO Wo have boon appointed accomplished a committee to urge our fellow citizens Headaches and fevers to cleanse in every part of the Stato to seo to it system olloctually yot gontly when that strong and thoroughly representa They delegations attend tho conferonco on costive or bilious or when tho blood tive 10th and assist in the work of organ tho is impure or sluggish to pormanont ization for the contest Wo ask you zealously and promptly ly cure habitual constipation to awak thoso en tho kidneys and livor to a healthy to unite with us in promoting many Hoping that you and objects activity without irritating or weak others from your county will attend wo lm aro very respootfully signed ening them use Syrup of Figs HENKY S TYLER Â¬ Â¬ Dear Sir Fresli bread every day at Busams confectionery St Clair street 39 tf for Pitchers Castoria THE ONLY LINEN LINED WATERPROOF COLLAR IN THE MARKET 4 1 TO CONSTIPATION and other complaints cured and prevented the prompt DISPEL use PILES FOR MEDICINAL THE GREAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY FOR til Ayers Cathartic Pills regulate the liver cleanse the stomach and greatly assist digestion SALT RHEUM ECZEMA WOUNDS SORES CROUP BRONCHITIS PILESI BURNS c ILL- - Â¬ Â¬ Send three two cent stamps for free sample box and book TSR OIDSOHP TAR OID CO price 50 cents ifhiiilj CHICAGO Â¬ BATH TOILET AND NURSERY PURPOSES ititiuMiMism Persons living in tho country can get bread and rolls fresh evely day JOB tt at M Busama WM t i LJACKSON JR Dr J C Ayer Lowell Mass v 1 Co ja WALTER EVANS Committoe For sale by CLA ZEBZEIIISr 0EI3- - kilU AWtiWn - WtJnSi krKmMML now Constitution Thoy oppose it Born because it favors the Widow Malouey STEDiUN To Mr SN Stedman and wife of and other plain poor people Fiuotti Closing Exercises Tuesday prevents the establishment of and Edmundcount Kv Juna 21st ten pound son CMiiENrE an Evening aristocracy in Kentucky to oat frogs 24 HUBBLS IuthU city on WVIipslu Tuiip part thoir hair in the middle and ride ler WJi to Mr D J lltjble unJ mfe a duugh Tholast school commencement o1 on free passes while their plainer the season took place Tuesday even Â¬ neighbors have to pay full fare or a Pimolis Hiadichis Loss of ing when the session of St Josephs walk and pay nearly all the taxes and bear nearly all the burdens of Sleep a Wiary Filling Pains In Academy was closed with an exceed- govo rnment This is about the Body or Limbs Want of Appititi ingly interesting programme in the sizo of it Eruptions If you suffer from academy A largo au chapel of the IIrs Cars well dienco was present and all of the any of thisi symptoms taki scholars acquitted themselves well Of Leroy N Y was dying of Neu DOCTOR The following prizes were award ralgia oi tlie neart Tlio attending physician had made his last visit and ed For proficiency in music gold said there was no possible chance of her living but a few hours Her son medal Miss Genivieve Haly had been telegraphed for from First Literary Honor gold medal Rochester to come and see her die At tliis critical moment an agent sell- Â¬ Miss Maggie Kernan For good conduct and application ing Dr Hales Household Ointment called at the house and told them silver modal Miss Katie Dolan tho lady need not die at that time if For excellence in music gold medal she would follow his directions He was so earnest and positive that the Miss Genivieve Weitzel in music silver family concluded to try tho new rem Â¬ For excellence edy and began applying it at onco to medal Miss Blanche OConnor the region about the heart the pain For attendance at Sunday school soon ceased and Mrs Carswell rapid- Â¬ Because Your Blood Is Impure I WHY S Have you over used mercury If bo gold cross Miss Maggie McNamara ly recovered and is alive and well todid ou give yourself tho needed attention day says Miss Maggie Kernan was the only Dr and she and all her family saved you know that as at tbo time Dont Hales Household Ointment syBtem graduate and she took as the subject her This wonderful medicine can S lone as tho mercury Is InitthoWoneod you not will feel tho effects of a blood medlclno ibr he essay Has God made any bo had at Phil Carpenters drug store S tell you that you rcquiro tho after effects S ensure freedom from to 1 English Blood which South Side creature for himself alone Doctor is Acker known medlclno that Elixir tho only exceedingly well handled was will thorougmy eraaicato tno poison irom New Directory your arusgisc- tho aystem uct li irom Followiner was the programme of orwrii to to WHHOOKER CO 3 43 West Broadway New York ihe evening Next week Mr John B Dryden will On to the Battle March C Buck call upon our merchants in the inter- Â¬ For sale by J W Gayle est of a new directory of the city of 3ey G Haly Â¬ Â¬ ST JOSEPH ACADEMY THE ROUNDABOUT ACKERS BLOOD THE PEOPLES PAPER Everybody takes it Everybody reads GhilinmrinHAii AwItt to Qlifi IfittSI V i aa -- ELIXIR it Â¬ -- UURUvll H x 11 VU1 I 1 iM W 1 1 1 Per Year a wl 1 at Frankfort As the last directory of These Celebrated DOCTOR Pilli are a Poiltlre KNGUBU this city gotten out is now six Core for Slek lleadaehe ACKERS Constipation BlUonueei and years old a new one is very desir- Â¬ Small plea able Mr Dryden proposes to make a ley i PURE ant and BoldfaTorlte with the ladle In England for la Killarney B OConnor B Scho his directory complete in every par-Â¬ ticular and a credit to our town Our PINK lKd In America for SSe Get them from toot Drosziite or fleld N Marshall M Berberich citizens should encourage him with H UOOKKB to CPILLS tend WwlWBrm4wv Hw yrfc 4 My Darling Polka P Phillips P a liberal amount of advertising mat- Â¬ l Richardson M Sullivan A Bra- Â¬ ter and subscriptions T 1si nnln K wler F Baker M Callahan Nerve and Liver iUl BIMOUJ II II UUIC Fairy Dell M Gobber B OCon- miles Pills nor M Haly An important discovery They act Alpine Storm M Waters W Buck on the liver stomach and bowels ley G Haly S Hughes through the nerves A new principle RODMANS residence Main street Normande Bellina G Haly c They speedily cure billiousness bad tvr uiuuimii uy hum nut on ruiietisiuii new jlt taste torpid liver piles and constipa- Â¬ 5th September next For terms AC apply Keil to Buckley JOHN W RUUMAN tion Splendid for men women and Muy13 tf National Airs W Buckley children Smallest mildest surest Meagher E Flynn W Weitzel 50 doses for 25 cents Samples free at 45 ly Fun and Frolic G Weitzel T J W Gayles Frankfort Ky Gaines E Baker L Sheridan A Log Tide By little girls Oostanza A dialogue by the senior The heavy rains of last week in the class mountains paused the river to rise On The Race Course S Kavan twelve feet at Beattyville and augh S Hughes number Taras Hall B OConnor N Hock brought out quite a are now of rafts aniving of saw logs which ensmith M Haly L Tobin daily in this city much to tho delight Neck and Neck M Waters G of the saw mill men Weitzel S Kavanaugh J Hughes Harvest Moon Song by the large Intending buyers of aIris bicycles should not THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST Accompanist Miss M Haly fail to write to the Poet and Peasant G Haly C CYCLK LOUISVILLE Buckley with violin accompaniment Essay M Kernan and Type Writer Company 812 1 Prizes Time 25 Hours W Market street Louisville Ky Cur Triiiib before purchasing their mounts hnttreSleeper- - runUiKjiiKe withoutDiy Onaclie change throuirh it Â¬ i Dr Hales Xlouseliold Oint some place else This company THE sUORlKtjT AM OUICKEST ment can furnish any safety bicycle in Georgetown to Jacksonville Ala It the market and the prices are the Tb tho finest cure in the world Tinio 26 Hours absolutely cures catarrh It cures lowest Cures TlirouRl Meters without ehange The Short neuralgia and rheumatism lino between Cincinnati ami Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum Ky Lkximmon rlne 2 Hour3 most soothing manner Cures la in the Tkns KMIWIIIK 17 N C Eyelids AS1IKVIUK Inflamed and Granulated ClUrrANKOUATlNN II Oures Coughs and Colds Can be 10 Oi TLi ViA Cuts bruises When Baby was sick vre garo hor Castorio 10 ALA rtaken internally BlliUINUlIAM Â¬ Child she cried for Castoria New Orleans md Shrove Direct Connections at burns chilblains sores of long stand When she was a port r Texan Mexico and California ing corns and bunions are curedÂ¬ When sho became Miss she clung to Castoria e via Kentucky Mliilmil Rallwit quickly different from all else supe- When she bad Children sho gave them Castoria viaLi Fr mkfort ifto vn 515a niarrlveCinulunatllO6 and a in Quicker than any other line rior to all else it has no equal 25Sold All trains arrW at ilop irt f roin Central Unlo 50c boxes large size cheapest Depot Cincinnati South at Phil Carpenters drug store 52 Jor Rates Mjacudlresh Kit AN K W WOOLLKY flide rriveilns Iast Agt Lexlnuton Ky Scllins Out Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria n f EDWARDS CO HARVEY Salutatory -- M Kernan Welcome Song By the school Tanahauser G Weitzel 0 Buck O- ur Job Depar T1ENT b T 1 1 Â¬ run ohll ont of tht but in tnt State and tfo ar prepared to turn out on ihort notice Rock-a-By-Ba- 9W VA I XiXXjXXXX X X X X X X X XS - X k X X X X y X X X X X M BINDERY Blank Books of kinds gotten up in the highest style of Old Books and Music bound at lowest rates Job 11 i new Constitution the uprising of iho yeomanry of Kentucky in its fa vor has been unprecedented in the annals of elections All that was at any time needed was that tho people tho plain honest tax paying pe- Â¬ opleshould understand that tho now Constitution would give them the free ballot increase tho common tschool fund 000000 and atop tho free pass system and make banks rail- Â¬ roads and all other corporations pay their propr share of tho taxes and in this waysen the rate of lax- - We will now give the benefit of low prices and invite all to seo us aB Now that the fight against tho new we will close out our stock at the old stand by July 1st v Constitution has turned out to bo a Builders Hardware Paints Oils fight between the frog eaters and Glass Carpenters Tools Blacksmiths Aee pass riders and corporations who and Wagon Material Iron Harness Saddles Farming Implements do not want to pay taxes like plain and Binder twine All must go people and all other classes of arisWall paper 5J cts 6 cts 11 cts tocrats and lottery agents on the one Gilts 7 cts 9 cts Vl ccs 15 cts 18 aide and tho farmers and other plain cts Agents for Woods lleapers and people who have to pay their Mowers Birdsdells Clover Hullors railroad fare and their taxes on the and the Peerless Engines Corner other side there can no longer be any Broadway andG Lewis street Bro E Collins doubt that the new Constitution will New store corner of Main and Â¬ Ibe adopted by at least 100000 major- Lewis streets ity Since United States Senator Joe CXJR13H ZBlackburn has been announced to OF ispeak for its adoption and Hon Indigestion Dyspepsia Nausea John Young Brown and all the other Sour Stomach Sleeplessness mominees on the Democratic ticket KTIOH SPft Headache Nervous Pros- Â¬ are understood to be in favor of the ni - - Â¬ Sure Winner by 100000 Vlee Ires CINCINNATI O 5 P V T A the art Work of all kinds solicited yr STEREOTYPIC In all its Branches TOMIC tration Neuralgia Pal Â¬ pitation of the Heart JULIUS KINGS A LCOAhX LOSS APPETITE All work promptly executed and satisfaction guaranteed rxj Loss of Energy Weakness of Back Feelings cf Languor and Lassitude General Debility La Grippe Etc Etc Â¬ DUv In use for 2i yearn by eminent pbytilolana and nurgenim tu the United Hi a ton and pro- Â¬ nounced by them tho host TONIO extant It cures where allot hers fall Try it and bo convinced Auk your Drugglut for It A SELBERT PRICE J ED RAY 100 PEK BOTTLE CO GEO A LEWIS Proprietor 215217 lid 219 St friMi Clair Manfs and Proprs ation on Jbo i insure sjwunderstana now Watches Clocks and Jewelry Repaired its corporations oppose tfie May2 ljr the - cow theJIaloneyspeople the JSHfe PABIH W judo i iy ICY Sole Agent H AVERILL Frankfort Ky Strut Up Stairs Frankfort Ky rx y 4fl fljjLd tm rVi MummMmmiMrwMWriamwjwwmLMiFTKsmimmmi i miihi cy mpiwwmwh fiin i p mmw wimw nwmgmamviimmjo fwwyv- - - r migEsrawiwiiiiRlwJwp iMf A 1 r JzzS jBj wfa ihLuj 1 Esluai EEiara reJfeWBiJka EEJLsaBsaffl WBSSKSaCOSffiEEi SPRING W SUITINGS COATINGS ING8 AND HATS TR0U8ER- - i v COME EARLY A ND MAKE YOUR SELECTION HU IPs IP Si I vf V3i rt yr ON HUMP IT 61 M El 3 Kl H f CASSELL jGs C R m h V eager to wager five to three that it given later re- Â¬ Profs Oreditand Jackson will make vision a trip around to the leading cities of It is reported that both of the some of State next month States prisons are crowded We can the cities out of the Stateand business not be always building prisons and the our Normal School on yet we must find a remedy for this for John H Thompson returnsd Mr overflow The question naturally Wednesday trip arises how Well the toll system central part from a State through the in the inter Â¬ of the nui- Â¬ upon the pikes has become a est of the excursion ho will run on sance so let the State or counties the 17th of July to the meeting of buy these roads and keep them in or- Â¬ the District Lodge of Odd Fellows at der by taxation Then to reduce Danville taxation for all minor offenses now of Rev R 0 punishable by imprisonment in the this city but H Mitchell formerlywas now of Henderson the offender Senitentiary sentence upon the pub in the city this week shaking hands of labor lic thoroughfares ThiB will rid us of with his old friendb Mr Lawson a prominent lawyer of many of the short term penitentiary birds In the second place the Gen Â¬ Louisville paid our city a short visit eral Assembly should pass an act Wednesday Hill Gun Club had some Tho Fort murder rape and house euniuhing stealing burglary and some fine shooting at their match on Thurs- Â¬ other henious offenses with death day m taking all discretionary power from Answer This Question jury Thus we can reduce the the number of long termers BULLDOFUB Why do so many peoplo we see around us seem to prefer to suffer SHILOHS CATARRH REMEDY and be made miserable by IndigesA marvelous oure for Catarrh tion Constipation Dizziness Loss of Canker mouth and Appetite Coming up of tho Food Diphtheria Headache With each bottle there Yellow Skin when for 75c we will is an ingenious nasal Injector for the sell them Shilohs Vitalizer guaran Â¬ more successful treatment of these teed to euro them Sold by J W 37 complaints without extra charge Gaylk 37 Price 50c Sold by J W Gayle will bo adopted with but slight Â¬ affectionate family Tho funoral took was Elace Thursday Uand F of conducted which ho order of B a question that would be was This is answered very differently by different In a member of Rev Credit Dr the absence individuals To some living is a pure eniovment to others life is a Underwood gave a lecture to the con- Â¬ burden To a man or woman who gregation at the First Independent laBt after never feels well who arises in Baptist Church It to Sunday and M E St John A ward repeated the morning unrefreshedj with a Church His subject was How to tired languid feeling life is indeed Preserve Health burdensome This is the result of a torpid liver inactive condition of Our people have taken a great likÂ¬ ing teachers in the kidneys a foul stomach c the to the present set of result of the public school The This condition can all be quickly examination has been eagerly looked ohanged and life made happy by the for the use of the new remedy Dr Hales the it being force universal wish that be retained present Tea the great blood Household Miss Sophia Rickman one of the purifier and nerve tonic It cures all teachers in the public school will billiousness constipation inaction for her home in New of the liver and kidneys and makes a leave next week spend the summer to person feel new 50 cent packages at Albany Ind is social Phil Carpenters drug store South Miss Sophia to promote favorite has done much the choir at 1 Side the St John A M E Church and her absence will be greatly felt by both church and society She will return September - Copious rains causeth the farmer to in Miss Ester of Harrodsburg left for emilo home visi after Rector Criltenden of Frankfort is of twoMonday to Mrsa pleasant Todd t weeks Robert visiting friends here stay here Mr William Quinn has a child quito During her party she was tend er ed a surprise sick Misses McFar Simpson nee Miss Flora land and Lena Taylor Abbie Saturday Mrs Lizzie Clark left Orutcher is visiting her mother Mrs to spend the Lafayette Orutcher and haa been for their home in Ohio greatly miss Â¬ summer They will be very ill with quinsey Mr R J Fogg has a bran new Free ed by our people especially the social Trader but Trumbo sayB she can circle Lizzie Hocker the accomplish- Â¬ Miss never be President ed daughter of Mr Jesse Hocker re- Â¬ The harvest is on The wheat is week seriously damaged in many instan- turnedAlast FieldB from Chicago this week for Mr J ces by rust and smut There will be the West to spend left summer tho however better than an average Mr Bud Anderson who has been crop notwithstanding the damage - quito sick is now able to be about It is rumored that three of Duckthe The Athletics of this ers most prominent bells will beÂ¬ Falls Citys of Louisville city and two fall each to an old wid- games of Base Ball In thisplayed this married this city ower Surely the Ducker boys must week On Sunday the Falls Citys have flies on them won by one score and Monday tne The re union of the graduates of Athletics turned the tablets to the tune Excelsior Institute last week was to 7 well attended by pupils from various 29Mrs Lucindy Price left this week pro- Â¬ sections of the country The gramme called for a good supper and for Chicago to attend the bedside of her daughter a big time generally There will be a public meeting oi O J and the monopolists are Tno tho colored voters sometlmo during making a big fight against the new the next week or two The committee Constitution bub the people are are meeting in thoroughly aroused and will likewise having the to have somecharge class first preparing make a bold fight Many of them are speakers on hand Time and place Is Life Worth Living NO I ICE TO WHOM MAY CONCERN May think you know what Luxur- Â¬ ious Oycl ng means but you dont and wont unless you have ridden AND OF amblepl a SPECIAL TO INTEREST iy i Kw-ii-UJ iJ y - I L w - CRUTCHER ROBERTS Agents rr ir j r 21V5 St Clair St FRANKFURT KY ips W I Live Sicck If you want an easy riding Saddle buy the Garford No Money We sell it Ucqiured of Responsible Parties to felS5T5 T-- C errmtnee Treatment Office of the Cincinnati TTtjuiM KTnnir Cincinnati May Atiimeetlns of tho V -- AVWA Vnn A4 14 fin W 1891 f Jett Yy5fi this day thefollovvingresolutlonuas unanimously adopted viz That on and lifter Monday May 181891 there will be no charge inwle for jardiiKeMKl weighing on any live stock sold utthese Minis By order of the loird W J Bnrd of Directors luld LIPPINC0TT President KSOlllJMfflLfiHI Shortest ami tulcUest between CINCINNATI AND mfflll ani Paris Cjnthiana Fal Â¬ Car Â¬ Onlv direst lltip between Frankfort lisle flajrjelow Kaysrille mouth and Covington ASK FOR riUXKCS VlV KY MIDLAND FiffiflUHiCfjmsiiifianiiOTii TIME TAULE MAY A M A M 1 17 11M i M pm No 7 Mixed 12 N TRAINS EAST Lv Kruukturt Klk orn Swltzcr Ar Lv No5 Sun No I Only ti Pass 5 G 15 Pass No 3 4 00 4 12 6 41 ti W 7 l 7 211 7 25 5C8 GGG atuip Grod ieorgerown O lil C45 7 4 120 4 M 12 L5 11 48 1 07 600 r 21 I 32 6 ll 5 19 4 30 5 4B 147 3 0 2 2 2 3 OG Ar Cincinnati Lv Jeornetown NeVtown Ar Paris Lv IMrlsviaKC Covington Ar Cincinnati Lv Piris via K C Ar Muymllla Lv Q icnrgtn via the treatment of CHRONIC NERVOUS FEMALE as Bronchitis Catarrh Cough Kheumntlsin all Rectum Liver Kidneys Bladder Sexual Organs of the Eye and Ear Deformities etc HE WILL BE AT flie llkmwn 5LKOEON an SPECIALIST of Cincinnati O formerly Resi Â¬ dent lllYSKHS o till 1lIIIADKI iMIA GENERAL HOSPITAL 0111 PlIYSICIAJMN- OiiAitGK of the Onto Medical Institute lias for thirty years devoted hi attention to 1 AND SURGICAL DISEASES such diseases of the Stomaoh Bowels Heart Nerves and Brain diseases THE Centrevllle 5 10 If 10 15 725 Tali 7 05 7 40 7 15 7 50 7 35 8 10 10 41 10 50 7 55 8 13 10 10 11 27 12 10 00 05 25 45 16 CAPITAL HOTEL FRANKFOET KY WEDNESDAY JULY And every fourth week ttieroelter 1 753 425 037 6 45 5 48 fi Carlisle 25 Consultation and Examinalon Free 7 55 G Paris vluKC Winchester I 5 4H 15 Ar Richmond A M A TRAINS WEST Lv Richmond via K C Â¬ NoG N Nol2 Mix Sun Pass Pass Mix Onlv train train train train G10 7 15 7 48 1 1 7 20 35 M A WI I 2 No 4 No 8 in tl M Retutninrj Every Fourth Veok iNitiiv US JFKKana uovlllnoinptlytollyou CONSlfUawraOM all about you Jlseiua ami th ptospect ot a eirc Uc muXtvUxkca no mcuraolc cases por IUlsM nillictou wlU iin of the IU peculiar to tlielr sex may consult hlni wltl cuRea fect contlilo id unJ no iwoiruneu of eoitiun collet and permanent cure Their will ueelvii tlmt Ulud aUi etiiMiteritt ittiitlon whatl all will appreclnte His treatnioat eat tieattrent Is eclilinii nt cevsary always provis sntinctory Ovarlun Tumors in thetr earlier c luges cuicU v ilunit pain or lastrutnontal lnter tJSSPiaJiS Tti I forence 05 Winchester Paris Lv Maysvlllo K 5f 2 33 1 BO via C Among the Colored Citi zens Â¬ A CHILD KILLED Carllslo Ar Paris Lv Cincinnati via K C 6 20 n no 7 40 a 20 4 10 2 20 2 21 6JS7 The Grand Rally of the St John A M E Church to raise 1500 to build their now house of worship will begin at tho Opora Houbo to morrow at 3 p m It will commence with Bomo of the flneot singing over hoard by our Seoplo given by tho school of Miss Riokman Tho night moot Â¬ Â¬ Another child killed by tho us of opiates given in the form of Soothing Syrup Why mothers give theirÂ¬ ohildron bucIi doadly poison is surprising when they can relievo tho child of its peouliar troubles by using Dr Ackers Unby Soother It contains no Soli by opium or morphine J V G AVL13 Druggist j Covington Ar Paris HOT Lv Paris 9 20 Oantrevlllo 9 Nowtown y 4r Ar leorettovn Lv flnclilufl via Ar Georgetown L Georgetown Klklinrn Ar Frank fort u titui 4 8 30 KfiO 9 02 10 02 7 00 20 39 0 49 i 4 30 7 m 5 00 6 19 5 40 6 V 0 7 00 10 02 1002 02 21 4 00 7 01 7 no 7 31 7 47 7 f5 8 10 Stamp Groi Swltzer 1 Steam Bread and Rolls at Klobors ing will also be held at tho Opera House Tho projectors are determin ed to make tho affair a success so Fon Salh A brood maro with you will have to coma early to secure suckling mulo colt price G0 In Â¬ a seat 37 tf Mr Albert Weloh who is well quire on Arnolds Hill suddenly known to our people died Wednesday Ho was tho head of an Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria 10 02 1 10 2 in 10 110 10 10 40 G4ri 7 7 38 10 ll ro 1100 12 i 1100 8 10 8 40 Nos dallv except Sunday ami u Minenyu nuiy llOUYRDOniSOS Agont Ion Superintendent GEO D HVRPKlt VERNON CLARK icnentl Passenger Auent CIAUDE BOWLS City Ticket Agent GENERAL OFFICES FRANKFURTKY Nos daily 2 7 8 and nw permanently cured MEN of all ugps whosufTcr from Indiscretions and oxcessea vlll benefit by our counsel and treatment If tlicv observe certain sediments In the uriiid or Irritation of tho urinary Wo restore all such cases organs thov should consull us without delay Tin doctor treats with untallinc Buccewsnll forms of Elrotnl IllMcase such as Plies FlHtulu FiNHiiro and lllrerntlon of the Itowcl by a method ot Ills own discovery without pulu or dotentlon fiom business lie guarantees all cases Early Interference Is consldorcd tho best of judgment in all cases and saves time money and health Tho miccoss attained In tho treatmont of tho cases which ho makes his spoolnlty Is truly phenomenal Wontlcrfnl Cures havo been cflcctod In old and dlllleult cases which havo battled the eflortB ot all others As his rooms nro usually crowded It Is bottor to call early In the day to avoid being dtiayed Persons continuing him should bring from two to four ounces of tholr urine in a clean bottlo for examination Patients treated by mull or express butwhou posslblo personal consultation Is prefer ablo List ot questions sent on application All Consultations Correspondence and Cases Strictly Confidential Treatment sint C 0 D to nuy part ot tho United States and Canada Address with potvffcfvrrwtv 3Xt o B0GMAN Box 703 Oinouinatl 0 Is usually tho rcs iil ol carelessness or Ignorance It can bo remedied Epilepsy ot-- Ittn cured li a never lallluj ircatiuent Ucalness many cus i can be cuied mircr pormnnentlv removed fiom the roost delicate o cnns by onr own poculla method Ilttlo or m pulu tu loss 01 blond noluilfoor caustic the only positive cure Stricture Varicocele Hydrocele Npernntorruea and all unnatural discharges Sterility h ummfttiBsME WW r PttT Wl ii it V at V CRUTCHER STARKS T i r V3BV W i3PiM 1V fT rVtf AfML 1 W WW Summer Clearance Sale St w 1 fj t v Ml were 2 00 tf Depaiimeni c him ail Silt J nm D J H I ill ii TINT tf 72 Childrens Suits Jacket and Department Ladies Fine Shoes 65 dozen Mens and Boys Outing Cloth Shirts go Pants goat 75c 63 Mens and Boys f c Striped Coats only 25 c 32 Childrens Suits go at 1 at 25c 25 20 dozen Mens Fine Cotton Drawers go at 25c 153 Childrens Suits go at 1 50 3 00 2 50 2 00 worth double the money 120 dozen Mens Sox only 5c 308 pairs Ladies Dongola and Fine French Kid go at 2 00 to 3 00 former price 4 50 to 6 00 These are wonderful values do not fail to see them 109 pairs Mens Fine Calfskin Shoes mostly large sizes go at 1 50 to 2 50 former price 3 50 to 6 00 Do not fail to get your fit out of this lot A i 32 dozen Mens Suspenders go at 15c t aV I A 153 Mens Striped and f c Plaid Suits oDly 4 00 sold every where for 7 00 i 33 dozen Childrens Calico Shirt Waists go at 25c ms t F Genuine All Wool Scotch Cassi mere Suits Sacks and Frocks go 8 00 21 dozen Childrens Outing Cloth Shirt Waists go at 7 50 sold readily last a very large as- Â¬ at 30c season for 15 00 10 dozen Mens Undershirts go at only 20c 250 pairs Ladies Dongola Button Kid Shoes go at 1 00 former price 1 25 to 1 50 113 pairs Mens Fine Shoes Con- Â¬ gress or Bals go at 1 25 great values j3 V BB sortment Black Cheviot f c Cas simeres beautiful suits worth 18 00 at other 13 50 to houses 15 to10 00 30 dozen Mens Fine f c Border Handkerchiefs only 10c 25c Splendid values See our Great Assortmenl of Neckwear doz Mens Blue Camlets Pants go at 50c 15 dozen Harvest Hats only 5c Thousands of other styles and prices cut all along the line CRUTCHER y fc i STARKS Jefferson LOUISVILLE IMt jf Mainstrek FRANKFORT fe2MUfrL tifrAitimmJmW tt i IArXrIAUJftVaiMT TTMlIlT- Fourth yte