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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fcKa w 4W Fbamfort Komdabout GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED To LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS KY TEllAIS 100 In Advance Volume XIV Tho following letter from Mr W A Thomson of Columbus Wi8 is peculiarly interesting My wife says he has been treated for her head Btomach and nervous prostration by three doctors in New York two in Chicago one in Philadelphia one in FRANKFORT Highest of all in leavening Power -- JULY 1891 Tliey All Failed U S Govt Report Aug xjt 1889 Â¬ Cincinnati and at tho large institute n Buffalo for 16 months They all failed But one bottle of Dr Miles Restorative Nervine helped her won This should be used in all leviully n ulaohes backaches changes of Cm nervous disturbances fits rhou- riniism etc Ask at J W Gaylos i rug score ior atrial Dotue anu Dr Miles new book on tho Nerves and Heart 2 Baking i Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE Educational The following is the programme for the Educational Mass Meeting of Franklin and Shelby counties to be held to day Invocation Rov HH Kavanaugh Mimio it Â¬ Â¬ zpstys to Btr 2 Number 43 from-- R K McCLURE WHO FOR THE Pleasmreville Wells of Louisville is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs ILafo Wells this week A Dudley made a business trip to Louisville Tuesday Tan Quisenbury and wife of Louisville spent a few days visiting rela- Â¬ Miss Minnie Â¬ ft tives here this week The tobacco crop is looking exceed ingly wen in cms vicinity Mrs John Wells and little son are spending tho summer with her parents Capt and Mrs E W Easloy Every body here is in favor of the jiew Constitution Mrs J B Young is visiting rela- Â¬ tives near Croppers Mr Pete Shuck is erecting a new dwelling house here which will be completed in a few days Mrs J W Reeves and Miss Myrtle Prowman visited Mrs Q W Wells of Hill Spring Tuesday 211 pall The golden harvest is here again After a long delay here we are again Health is good in our midst John Julian of Peytona visited our vicinity this week Miss Maggie Hower of Croppers is visiting J O Moores family this -- Frankfort July 7th 1708 His family moved to Washington Mason coun- Â¬ ty the following year and opened a hotel In 1813 the family moved to Maysville In 1820 Mr Turoman married Miss Virginia Coburn and in 1822 he entered tho dry goods busi Â¬ ness in Maysville In 1825 ho moved to this place and occupied the stove room now occupied by A S Beck Co Mr Tureman was married three times to Miss Virginia Coburn Rebecca Smedley Dougherty and Rebecca Lander m the order named Mr Tureman was a member of the Baptist church and for many years held the office of deacon He was a public spirited and charitable gentle Â¬ man and was always found where a good citizen was needed Carlisle item in Bourbon News Condition vs Theory Those who are in ill health are con- Â¬ fronted by a condition not a theory although there are numbers of peo- Â¬ ple ready and anxious to theorize about it In ninety nine cases out of a Hundred a a a will do the work of renovation In cases of indigestion loss of appetite and general debility this wonderful medicine acts with almost miraculous certainty It restores the activity of the liver purifies the blood and builds up the system As a tonic for young and old it is without a rival Though it is powerful in its effects the young- Â¬ est or the oldest can take it with the most beneficial effects S S S has behind it a record of half a century and is more popular as a household remedy to day than ever before Â¬ Franklin Is now receiving and opening the LARGEST AND MOST COM- county PLETE LINE of ladies mens misses and childrens Paper on subject appropriate to the occasion Mrs J 0 Bayne Shelby county Paper or essay Miss Lou B Cromwell Franklin county Address Prof G M Money Shelby county Original poem Col T B Ford Franklin county It is expected that there will be others added to this programme so all come prepared to say a word for the good cause All who can are requested to bring well filled baskets In Frankfort all of which will be sold at prices to suit the Thos Hunter times We have Chairman Address county Adress of Welcome L F Johnson f ranjcnn county Response J H Barnett Shelby inxnxrcsr cmf1 9i Jno L Scott OES Â¬ XtlulturiPln Parvo Because a thing is small in size Think not twill pay to scorn it Some insects have a larger waist But lift less than the hornet Some people may perhaps scorn on account of their diminutiveness Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets But a trial of them convinces the most scornful sceptic that they will cure constipa- Â¬ M IaTS HATS For men boys and children DERBY STRAW AND FELT visited our community Saturday and Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria Sunday Owen Moore merchant at this town will close business here August 1st and go to Sweet Home Henry county and enter partnership with J L Stivers of that place Died near Scrabble last week Mrs John James an aged lady A classical and English School for boys and young men The meeting at Lebanon conducted by Rev J A Head the pastor and The Third Annual Session begins Monday Sept 7 1891 Bro Hensly of Owen county is progressing nicely For terms etc address N B Moore and J R Kindle -ZT ndre-w Visited Shelbyville Saturday last Regular meeting at Fallon Rock Xodge 2249 Saturday evening at 3 June5 3m week Miss Sidney Harrod of Flat Creek tion dyspepsia sick andbilous headache quicker and surer than their large waisted competitors the old style pill Â¬ FRANKFORT MALE ACADEMY Books and Stationery Remember the old stand Â¬ Franlxfort uiller Case 212 ST CLAIR ST And go there when you want to buy 2y oclock Welcome to the Roundabout ri Tho L N will sell round trip tickets to Lexington 30th to - July 10th inclusive at June fare plus Methodist Paper in Louisone Aillc 50 cents admission to Kentucky Ohtttauqua Good to return until Tho Kentucky Methodist 1b the and on July 11th E P Bryan name of the pajver recently removed Agent from Lexington Ky to Louisville m iB an eight page paper with five Jt broad columns in good type and THE FIRST SYMPTOMS with excellent print and is published OF DEATH At the low price of 8100 per year Tired feeling dull headache pains Address The Kentucky Methodist Louisville Ky for a sample copy in various parts of the body sinking An agent iB wanted for this county at the pit of the stomach loss of ap Â¬ petite feverishness pimples or sores to whom a liberal commission will be are all positive evidence of poisoned paid As almost every denomination ex Â¬ blood No matter how it became cept the Methodist have a strong poisoned it muat be purified to avoid paper in the state metropolis it death Dr Ackers English Blood would seem that the Methodist would Elixir has never failed to remove want one If so they should give scrofulous or syphilitic poisons Sold guarantee this paper a hearty support as it is under positive W Gayle 9 Druggist J or will be tho best they can ever hope to have For Sale or Rent Cottage con- Â¬ taining five rooms situated on Gross street South Sido Delightful loca- Â¬ A Fortunate Woman tion and all necessary conveniences Mrs Mary L Baker of Ovid Mich Apply to Mrs Mary Brown Day bo very thankful She State Librarian lias reason to 32 tf was a great sufferer from heart dis Â¬ ease for years Was short of breathi Forget had hungry ppclla pain in sido flut Â¬ If yon Dont are going west that the tering falntnoas etc After taking Louisville St Louis Air Lino run two bottles of Dr Miles Now Heart tho finest trains in tho world botweon Cure she says I am hotter than for Louisville and St Louis Trains 20 years My mind and oyesight have improved wondorfully I adviso all leaving at 810 a m daily equipped persons thus nilllctod to uso this with Pullman perfected safty steam grout remedy J WGaylo drug Â¬ heated day coaches parlor and din Â¬ cars gist rocommonds and guarantees it ing915 p Trains leaving Louisville m at equipped with day Dr Miles work on Heart Disease containing marvelous testimonials coaches and Pullman drawing room sloepors freo 2 If you wish comfort safty and quick time bo sure and call for tick WaH Born in Franklin ots via tho Air Lino Any information regarding maps iatos etc will bo Mr Jos P Tureman our oldost promptly furnished by writing to B L Bryant citizen died Mqnday morning at Trav Pass Agt nearly 92 years of ago Ho was born 10 tf Louisville Ky An Franklin county 2J miles from Close Observer Cliatauqua Rates Orriagfos Buggieslxt XVagoris sliolcL Boad Carts ZLjig 1 1 IMIotstiia THE IS ou Bros Surreys Plieatons IFZLjaiE FOE a-CO m i 3 O --s CD CD EL m m 1 All styles of hand made Harness Saddles Buggy m Dusters Fly Nets Horse Boots and othr Turf Goods 1 Mdifty MMMhimu sik mjw iifiiiJw rmMiMM mmsMmassmuamimssm jkM MmmaWKmf6gKnr nrcaHMHWtaa PSiETiMfiTiVlMl in5V ww tjwrfTPTVTrj v iPW wjjsjj - ISMK Wtiyc K YM ter Miss Mayme of Talapoosa Georgia are visiting Mrs H G Hen- Â¬ derson daughter of Mrs Caseldine Mrs L J Garrard Mrs Cowan Mayme Rodman Misses Lettio city and Bessie of this Gaines Cheatham of Louisville left Thursday morning for Grembriar Springs Lincoln county Miss Pattie Smith of Brownsville and the Misses Van TenneBBeo Meter of Shelbyville who have been visiting Mrs Chas F Exum left Wednesday for Lexington to at- Â¬ tend the Chautauqua Assembly health failed an occasional correspon XleligiouB dent of the Roundabout and usually signature of Wr would lie greatly nbligfd lo the Miss Kato Halloran is visltinc Mine wrote over the ministers unci olficrs ol ehuieliestn the Jumbo Qarnetto McKay in Bardstown city if tliey would furnish us with any MissEffle Hill hae returned from announcement which hcy ma wish Moved In made to friends in Winchester a visit Â¬ Mr Stoddard Johnston of Louis Rev George Darsio preaches at The new residence of Mr John C ville spent Sunday in this city street is completed Bridgeport to morrow afternoon at Mastin on Third Mrs Maggie Brunor of Scott coun and he moved his family into it on 3 oclock ty ia visiting relatives in this city Wednesday Tho Union Teachers meeting and Miss Ada Baird of Hartford is and Children for Lexington s Frankfort Normal Class has adjourned until visiting the Mieses Hill in this city September Mr William Ryan of Louisville Caatorla cores Oollc Constipation C M tor U to irell adapted to children thai The Lexington Bnse Ball Club will Sour Stomach Diarrhoea Eructation I recommend itaa superior to any prescription was in the city Thursday on business cross bats with the O Kills Worms girea sleep and promote df S Club of Rev George Darsio will occupy his II A Aacnxa M D known to mo Mrs Sarah H Snood of St Louis this city on Tuesday afternoon at pulpit at the Christian Church to- Â¬ Wlthoutlnjurious medlctioa Oxford St Brooklyn N T Ill So is visiting Judge and Mr W H Athletic Park and a great game is morrow at 11 oclock as usual No years I hare recommended Sneed The use of Castorla Is bo unrrersal and yourFor sereral and shall always continue to expected Game called at 315 sharp night service Castorla IU merits bo well known that it seems a work Invariably produced beneficial do so as it has of supererogation to endorse it Few are the Mr Eugene M Williams returned Intelligent families who do not keep Castorla results The Young Peoples Society of evening from a trip to Saturday Edwin F Pirdm M D A Probable Location within easy reach11 Carlos MiKTTXD DCity Christian Endeavor of the Christian The Wlnthrop 125th Street and 7th Ave Chicago New York New York City Adjutant General Sam E Hill is Church takes its usual vacation dur Â¬ Late Pastor Bloomingdale Reformed Church Mr John E Miles returned Tues- Â¬ locating in Lexington ing July and August day from a visit of several weeks to thinking of Th Ckttauk Cokpaxt T7 Momray Btrkkt Nkw Yoiuk when his term of office expires in Chicago Rev W G Neville the pastor will September Should he do so he will Mr Western B Thomas of Ander Â¬ enter into partnership with Judge S occupy his pulpit at the Southern son Indiana is in the city visiting G Sharp in the practice of law Church to morrow Presbyterian his mother morning at 11 oclock No night ser vice Capt Sam M Gaines editor of the He Is Wanted A Maysville Commonweal was in the The usual services at Ascension Governor Bryan yesterday issued a city Sunday morning at 11 Mrs Richard Morris who has been requisition upon the Governor of Church to morrow quite ill at her home at Spring Hill West Virginia for one Geo W Ven ocloi k and at 8 oclock p m will be ters who is charged with stealing conducted by Rsv E A Penick the is improving rector Judge Joseph H Lewis of the the wife and household goods of a citizen of Pike county in this State OR Court of Appeals left Tuesday for a Rev J McClusky Blayney D D trip to Nebraska will occupy his pulpit at the First Progressive EucSire ItfEpFonTrie 2YAF0RMAT9M Church to morrow Presbyterian Senator John G Carlisle has been No night An elegant card party was given by morning at 11 oclock in the city this week the guest oi Miss Etile Hill on Wednesday even service Mr Wm M Saflell Mrs M J Dudley and daughters ing in honor of Mi6s Ada Baird of BK3KSE3HE Maggie and Mary Talbott left Thurs- Hartford Quite a large number of Rev T N Arnold will preach at young people were present and great- Â¬ the Baptist Church to morrow tWMfKWmP IBIIIialfSIICt3BlIBt3IC2C3l BDBIlligtliialkit day for Middlesborough Rev E S Dr Charles Kearns and daughter ly enjoyed the evening Miss Annie morning at 11 oclock -- EYE-8EE of Covington visited friends in this Brown and Mr Ed Stanton won the Alderman will conduct the night prizes service city the first of the week Mr J I Cask Hickory Grovo Fnnn home Ruclnc Viiitys Aivi of Louisville Miss Lizzie Thacker of every known remedy I roinoitd u luiu i i itiii Miles Nerve and Liver Rev W S Giltner of Eminence of two years standing irom u3j cur old 11 Lee Hulett is visiting her sister Mrs Pills with tbreo applications of will preacli at Pleasant Hill Christian on Steele street South Side An important discovery They act Church near Peaks Mill this even- Â¬ Mr Frank Lutkemeier and broth- on the liver stomach and bowels QUOINS er Henry have returned from school through the nerves A new principle ing at 730 oclock and to morrow It is tlio best preparation I linvocvenurd or In nraJj They speedily cure billiousness bad morning at 11 All are invited of I hcarlliy recommend It to ull JLloncxucu in Canada to spend vacation taste torpid liver piles and constipa- Â¬ Vjhava hundreds of auch testimonial Mrs R D Denson and son Master tion Splendid for men women and Right Rev Bishop Maes will fiffiEEHEES visiting children Smallest mildest surest George of Louisville are Iflo jfvwjviinJ3 V Price 0150 per bottle Ankyourdrucslttforlt 50 doses for 25 cents Samples free at solemnize the rite of confirmation jWgyijHyrTKWl dure not lviiUbumlusjcsuupiorellvcrfortrlrfc Jiii rufM Mr George Huffman and wife y 13 EDDY CO Whitehall K V J W Gayles Frankfort Ky 45 ly at the Church of the Good Shepherd KJragjaHTiiAPri hark A aV Mr T J Todd Junie leaves on to morrow morning at 1030 oclock the 15th for Kansas City Missouri A Solid Institution at which time a class of thirty three with the intention of locating will be confirmed By reference to tho financial state- Â¬ Messrs Jesso P Williams D B First mass at 8 a m and Vespers Walcutt and 0 L Gayle returned ment of the Deposit Bank which ap- Â¬ at 3 p m will be conducted by the pears in another column it will be pastor Rev Father Gorey Sunday from a visit to Chicago Misses Fanny Bell and Eva Finnell seen that that institution is one of of Georgetown have been the guests the best conducted and most solid Rev H G Henderson A M will financial concerns in this section of Miss Janio Dehoney this week The net earnings always show up preach at the Methodise Church grand well and the bank has never failed to to morrow morning at 11 oclock Mr Hiram Berry wife and daughter Miss Nellie Orbison re- Â¬ declare a dividend every six months In tho evening the Union service will be held and Rev George Darsie of AND DEALER IN- turned Saturday morning from Chi- Â¬ Christian Church will fill the the cago Baiita Pefcerson pulpit Has Mr Hugh ADaniel of Cincinnati The Sunday school at 930 oclock Mr E L Banca and Miss Nannie home to spend the Fourth with is at IPIu AND FITTING S ETC STRICT ATTENTION GIVTCN TV his parents Capt G W Daniel and M Peterson were quietly married at a m JOB AND CONTRACT WORK AJLL WORK The Epworth League convenes in home of the brides parents on the wife GUARANTEED Conway street Thursday evening by the class room at 645 p m Mr Henry Starling of Greenville Rev H G Henderson of the MethoFRANKFORT KBNTUKOY In rear of Salonders Grocery Mississippi who has been visiting dist Church Only a few friends and The Christian Baptist Southern relatives in this city has returned tho families of the contracting par- Â¬ Presbyterian and Methodist Churches home ties were present The happy young will begin to morrow night Sunday Rev Dr J McClusky Blayney and couple have taken rooms with his pa- evening Union Services for the sons Messrs Lindsey and Mac rents on Taylor Avenue and have months of July and August The leave on Monday for a two months quietly settled down to married life first service will be held to morrow trip to Wisconsin evening at the Methodist Church and Mere Rev Mr Darsie of tho Christian An Old Tinier Queensware and Fancy China Tea Sets 56 Wm Saffell of Mr and Mrs pieces S3 Dinner Sels from 850 up The larg Â¬ Frankfort attended the funeral of Mr John Clark of Streator Illi- - Church will preach the sermon est stock in Central Kentucky to select presents Mrs Collins at this place last Satur- Â¬ from Changes of Climate noio who was raisid in this city but day Anderson News w irrnrmtxaGmsran wwfij nn mi ETevrKuKnsanci removed to Illinois some thirty years Kill moro people than is generally known Stove Tinware and Home Furnishing Goods Louisville ago is viBiting relatives here after Particularly is this the case iu instances where Mrs Maggie Vernon of Cook Stoves from tho constitution it delicate and among our 475 up Heating Stoves who has been visiting her sister Mrs an absence of eight years He finds immigrant population seeking new homes in from 3 up and W H Jeffries for several weeks re- the place and people greatly changed those portions of tlio Westprevail wheic ma Â¬ CTCMUJUtaUMK mmnoMfiiwniuciu iimimbhm at curtain larial and typhoid levers since he first knqw Frankfort It was seasons of the year The licit preparative tor Plumliing and Gas Fitting Tin Roofing and turned home Thursday which Guttering Job work of nil kinds in both branches gave the name of Crawfish it change of climate orol diet and water Stoui that chaugo necesltutes is Uoi tetters Capt 0 0 Kavanaugh and Col P he who to done promptly aud guaranteed to be first class acli Bitters which not only f unities tho sys Â¬ Bottom the northwestern part Of tem against malaria a variable temperature A Moore of the K M I left Friday the city Mr Clark is an uncle of damp and thn deuilllatiui ftfrctMif tropical evening to attend the competitive con alnit the K uUihk remedy I have the largest stock in my different lines Mr W H Murray and a brother in heat but isdyspepsia liver complaint tor stipation noddy drill in Indianapolis to day to be found in Central Kentucky and at prices troubles specially apt to attack emigrants and law of Mr John Crumbaugh visitors to regio n or tnctiumnr mnilupra that are beyond all competitors Give me a call as a Mieguard Mrs John W Caseldinoand daugh Â¬ and tourists Whether u UIIMIMiWIMII Personal Infants 1 3 Liniment BEAST rfiR MAN Â¬ V Jny-Eyc-S- im utf -- M Â¬ THM lilm11 V EDWARD Â¬ PKCTIOjSlL Plumber GasasSteam Fitter Fixtures Bath Ttsbs Sinks Closets -- As I frl J mm Â¬ Â¬ JOHN T BUCKLEY Â¬ 1 Â¬ li a i Sliilolis Cure Consumption This is beyond question the most successful Cough Modicine we have ever sold a few doses invariably cure the worst cases of Cough Croup and Bronchitis while its won- Â¬ derful success in the cure of Con- Â¬ sumption is without a parallel in the history of medicine Since its first discovery it has been sold on a guarantee a test which no other medicine can stand If you have a cough we earnestly ask you to try it Price 10c 50c and 1 If your Jungs are sore chest or back lame use Shilohs Porous Plaster Sold by J 37 W Gayle by eu voyagers travelers by land mtiiur or otagrJculturisisi uewiy populated ititrlctt this tine i peollic has elicited tho m ii litxui able testimony aiwjxri hi rrmi W1llinrtMXWHIIIIIMIl w Georgetowns New P ML JOHN T BUCKLEY Capt Edward Cal Barlow was on Thursday appointed by the President as Postmaster at Georgetown to sue ceed Justin O Webb the presont in- Â¬ cumbent Capt Barlow held tho po- Â¬ sition under a former administration and made a good officer JACOB S WIGJERT CO Have Removed From the Baltzel Building Oil What a Cough Tho Pastor and Trustees of St A M E Church desiro to Mr Noel Lee died at 3 oclock yes- thank tho many friends for their help terday morning at the home of his in our grand rally on tho fourth mother near Bald Knob school house Sunday in June We also thank tho many who so willingly after a lingering illness with con- helpedwhite friends amount raised us Tho sumption aged 24 years For several was 51045 years ho was a teacher in tho com- Â¬ J M Turner Pastor mon schools in this county and was very popular in the community in TryKleberBSodaWaterSouthSide Gayle which he lived He was untll his Â¬ Dentil of Noel Lee Tliauks Johns Â¬ the Will you heed the warning signal perhaps of tho sure approach of that more terrible disease Con- Â¬ sumption Ask yourself if you can afford for the sake of saving 50c to run tho risk and do nothing for it Wo know from experience that Shilohs Ouro will cure your cough It never fails This explains why moro than a Million Bottles wore sold the paBt year It relieves croup cough at once and whooping Mothers do not be without it For lame back side or chest use Shilohs Sold by J W Porous Plaster 37 onsr jLxir sTSEEa to 102 nf H101 MD 5 HM STREETS the Capital Hotel- - 1 4 M Basement They will fill this space with an entirely new advertisementin a short time v Tho following time tnhlu N rond offoct apon tho L TltVINfl -- TI3IE TABLE ta now W1S3T RcMoIucion in m m ni m of TliankH ConÂ¬ FOR LOW PRICES CALL ON- - No 23 No 17 lanvun Frankfort lunveeFrnnkfort tio 21 lotivoB No li loaves Frankfort TnMNBKV8T Pfnukfort J5t0 nr0 ir i n 1 1 700 i v No 18 leaven Frankfort 1020 a in No 20 loaves Frankfort 461 j in No 22 loaves Frankfort p in appreciation therefor therefore bo it cbpyuTcht ieat Resolved That tho sincere thanks No 21 arrive Frankfort lilt p m A building up Nog 23 and 21 still coiinoot for Cincin- of Frankfort Commandory No 4 bo Â¬ and are nati but 21 no longer oomieotrt for Shel cellency hereby tendered to his Ex of tho entire system follows the use Governor and Sir S B of Dr Pierces Favorite- Prescrip- Â¬ byvillo No UU still makes Sh lbyvlllo Bucknor and wife ex Governor and tion connection an invigorating restora Â¬ Sir J Proctor Knott Rev and Right E P BRYAN tive tonic soothing cordial and M Worrell Rev Eminent Sir Dr J Agent and a certain Dr Blaney and oillcurs of First Pres bracing nervine byterian Church Mra Alico Orbison remedy for all the functional de- Â¬ Jir clave of tho Grand Commandory of Kentucky held in this city May 27th and 28th 1811 tho citizens of Frank Â¬ fort by their generous and kindly assistance contributed largoly to wards the very successful ontortain ment of tho Grand Commandory by Frankfort Commandory No 4 and whereas we desire to cvidonco our Â¬ Whereas During the recent C E COLLINS Gsment JDEALER3 IN fawih mt o wcLer SJ3ct Steel BRO Selling Sash in ardwars Wail Paper and Decorations Lime Piaster ta Oil and Hissed Paiats ZCoors 31isisLs Scc -- aad S3aolls IFIIEIEl Frankfort Ky Â¬ ALSO A FULL LINE OF -- - SE-W-ZEO- S Its -- A3ST1D IFTZjTTIE - MAIN AND LEWIS U - - iy Â¬ Bud for Congress Station Hon Jerry T South of Izard county Arkansas ia visiting his mother Â¬ Mr this county South represented his county in tho Arkansas Legislature last wintor and jnade such a splendid record that his neighbors are booming him as a can Â¬ didate to represent his district in Congress You cant keep a Frankfort boy down and heres hoping ho may git at Koge ihar Sufferers from chills and fever who have used quinine as a remedy will apprceiae Ayers Aguo Cure This reparation if takon according to irections is warranted a sure cure Residents in malarial districts should not be without it Lost A small bunch of latch keys with brass chain attached The finder will be rewarded upon leaving the 44 lt same at this office MMMHMHMMMMMHMMMMMMWM Married 3TEELE MASTERS At the home of the bride on Short street South Erunkfort We i nesdny ewnlng July 11889 by Rev George Darsle Mr James T Steele and Miss Ann Masters both of this city nnd ehoir assistants Mrs Mary B R Day State Librarian His Honor L Mangan Mayor and mombors of City Council Mrs Jerome Weitzel sr Miss NoJlio B Orbiuon and corps of assistants Cant M P Bolan Kentucky Penitentiary Wardon Messrs Sower Abler Capital Lodge No 6 1 O O P tho Press of the city Messrs V L Clark and E P Bryan all for their courteous assistance and hearty co operation in our efforts Resolved That we are especially grateful to the ladies for their grace- Â¬ ful assistance and who by their at- Â¬ tendance gave such an attraction to our reception as will ever be recalled with pleasure by members of Grand Commandery of Kentucky Resolved That tho thanks of Frank- Â¬ fort Commandory No 4 are due and horeby tendered DeMolay Comman- Â¬ dery No 12 of Louisville Ky forthe use of their elegant banner at our headquarters duringthe session of the Grand Commandery and that the Recorder be directed to forward to DeMolay Commandery an official copy of this resolution Resolved That a copy of these res- Â¬ olutions be spread upon the minutes and the Recorder be directed to fur- Â¬ nish a copy of same to the city papers for publication J B Henduick M P Gray Em Commander rangements painful disorders or chronic weaknesses peculiar to wo- Â¬ men It improves digestion en Â¬ riches tho blood dispels aches and DEPOSIT pains melancholy and nervousness brings refreshing sleep and restores flesh STATEMENT Of Kentucky Central Railway BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortestand Quickest ruuterroia the Condition of the BAM OF FRASRFORT and strongth For periodical At Close of Business pains internal inflammation and ul- Â¬ ceration leucorrhea and kindred ments it is a positivo specific a guaranteed one If it fails to givo satisfaction in any case tho money paid for it is refunded No other medicine for women is sold on theso terms With an ordinary medicine it cant be done Thats the way its makers prove their faith in it Contains no alco- Â¬ hol to inebriate no syrup or sugar to derange digestion a legitimate medicine not a beverage Purely vegetable and perfectly harmless in any condition of the system Worlds Dispensary Medical As-Â¬ sociation Proprietors No 663 Main Street Buffalo N Y ctctjitze Loans nnd Discounts Cash Duo from Hanks ail-Â¬ go 2331 18A791 -- ASSETS 0j 3 Ul CENTRAL KENTUCKY TO ALL rOlNTS J2to3C9 12 Furniture Heal Estate 0540 M LJit 00 6015 4 LIABILITIES Capital Stock Surplus Old Dividends Dividend No 46 3 per ct Kxpense contingent Interest and Discount IndlvMu il Depositors 77100 00 12707 24 214 50 00 A7J 00 JfMl HI EAST 1ST r LINE AflO SOUTHWEST FAb MET WEEN 29i UX State Tax 157070 W oJ 54 LEXINGTON 32W369 12 AND CINCINNATI Net earnings for six months ending Applied as follows Dividend No 48 Interest and Discount Tax To Surplus H H Jiiiie3018il S1S2C 53 S2S22 00 100 00 UW 00 21114 53 84H2S 53 SC1KDULE IN EFJ FXT MAY 10TH 1891 M Ml iouiu liounu Cashicr No 3 No 5 Acconi Dallr Daily Daily Express fast ilne t bun I No Recorder Capital ber City Business College l WATSON Guaranteed Cure Â¬ any Lung Throat or Chest trouble and will use this remedy as directed giving it a fair trial and experience WOLF In this county on Wediesday June 1891 Wolf aged 41 years and 11 no benefit you may return the bottle Leonurd 34 and have your money refunded months We could not make this offer did we GRAIIAM Ib this city on Friday July 3d 1891 Jame- - Infant sou of J W and Mncgle not know that Dr Kings New DisGraham aged 11 mouths uml ten day covery could be relied on It never The funeral will take place this morning at disappoints Trial bottles free at 9 oclock from the family residence cornor of Phil Carpenters Drug Store Logan and Campbell streets 2 Large size 50c and 100 We authorize our advertised drug- Â¬ gist to sell Dr Kings New DisWAYTS In Georgetown to W L Wayts and covery for Consumption Coughs and wife a daughter Sill le Feak weight 9 pounds Colds upon this condition If you are afflicted with a Cough Cold or Born Died Â¬ Happy Hooelers Wm Timmons Postmaster of Ida ville Ind writea Electric Bitters lias done more for me than all other or that bad medicines combined Reeling arising from llidney and Iiver trouble John Leslie farmer and stockman of same place says Find Electric Bitters to be the best Kidney and Liver meTcine Made me J W Gardner feel like a new man hardware merchant uame town says Electric Bitters is just the thing for a man who is all run down and dont oare whether he Uvea or dies he foimd new strength good appetite ana felt just like he had anew lease on life Only 50c a bottle at PH Those wishing to avail themselves of the opportunity to take lessons on the violin or piano during the summer months can either see me or leave word at the residence of Mr Sol Harris No 228 Main street Â¬ H 40 tf Prof Signor Blitz Fresh bread every day at Busams confectionery St Clair street 39 tf Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria weeks ago between Farmers store and Ben Hughes place a yellow Alligator skin purse contain- Â¬ ing a ten dollar bill The finder will be rewarded upon leaving the same two office Lve Cincinnati B 10am 800pm Lve wovington a ISjui b upm Falmouth 9 Ibpui J Cyniliianii 10 4oam 9 59pm 43um Arr Paris 11 lea in lU23ptu Lexington 12IU1111 II uupm 11 II WaTjON Cishler Lve Paris 11 25ara Arr Winchester 12I0uii Lve Winchester 1240pm Arr Richmond 135pm Lve Richmond 1 35pm SHELBY COUNTY FARJt WITH OR Lve Berea IMplll growing crop situated near llatton ArrLiviugston 3U5pm PERSONS KNOWING THEMSELVES In Ky containing 4 1 acres w Ith sood dwelling and Lve Llvluton 3 15pm ALL to the firm of B H McCoy A Co as- Â¬ outbuildings Apply on die premises to Lve London 4 oy pin JOHN V SAKUKNT signed are requested to come forward and settle 4 5Upm Arr Corblu to C1IAS F EXUM or their Indebtedness And the creditors of said LveCorbln 5 UOpill Frankfort Ky June 13 lt hereby notified to present their clnlnis to llrm are Lve Barbrville 5 52pm the undersigned proven as required by law on ti 41pm Lve Pluevllle or before July 1st 1891 J W GAYLE LveMlddlesbh 735pm go Kentucky Assignee of B U McCoy A Co AirCuinb Gap 7 50pinl Mar 28 3m Lve Corbln 4 50pm Lve Wllllasbt 0 45pm Arr Jellico ti 20pm EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 2IST 1890 Lve Richmond 1 50pm Lve Lancaster 4 45pm GOING EAST 520pm Arr Stanford 300 p m Leave Lexington 4i i0 p m Leae Winchester Nn 451 p in Leave Clay City arieaiiE No 4 323 p ni North Bound Dally Point Arrive Lumber Dally G 30 p m Express Arrive Three Forks llJu a in Leave Tree Forks 123 p ni Arrive Elkatawa Lve Stanford 7 00am GOING WEST Lancaster p n 7 501111 835 a in Arr Richmond Leive Elkatawa 1U 15am 1030 a in Arrive Three Forks DIVIDEND NOTICE 1891 Nlffht fcesslnn open stcond Monday Send for A dividend or three 3 percent will bepild prospectus Address on the capital stok of the Djpolt Ban of E H ELLIOTT Frankfort on and ifter Krld ly Jaly 3 1B91 July 4 3m Frankfort Ky PEN ART HALL iND SHORTHAND ISSTI 1 tute will open the flr t Mouda In Septem day of Subscribed and sworn to before me this U Kcenok Notary Public July 1S91 lt 3 00pm 3 Uupui 4 32piu 5 Hupm 610pm 7Upm 05pm 65pm Assignees Notice FOR SALE railway TIME CARD 6 15pm C5Upm 7 7 AOOD Â¬ I I I uiqi G MATTEHU No C Dally Ex sun Flituraiier 334 MAIN STRHHT m -- I I Lost On the Lawrenceburg pike FRANKFORT Vj KY Carpenters Drug Store 2 830 a m Winchester Lexington 930 a in Connections made at Lumber lolnt with steamer for Beattsvllle Elkatiiwa Is nearest station to Jackson Ky Trains between Tinee Forlsund Lexington run dally between Three Forks and hlkatawa d illy Sundays excepted J L MUKPHY Gftieril Passenger Agent Leave Arrive Arrive Arrive Arrive Three Forks Lumber Point Clay City 0i0 a in Le Jellied 77 003 u m LveWliilasbKl 737 a m arr i oruiu 8 50un 9 351111 C U M5am 3JUI1 5Snm I Lie Cumb Gati ive SlldIlesbh Lso Barbrville Air corbln Lve iliievllln- H tic 7 47am Le Loudon AIT Lve Corblu Intending buyers of at this bicycles sliould not fail to write to the LOUISVILLE ICYCLE mtr OLD THEKg Newport News - Armichuiotid LivmiiMon Lve LIvlngjtonT Lve Uerea 8 85am1 9 251ml 9 45am I 10 21a nil 111 Ooanii 11 15 tm 12 lullll 12 16pm1 12 Lvn Hlchiiioiul July 1st We have decided 1891 KENTUCKY ROUTE Co E D to still occupy and lype Writer Company 812 the building at the old stand for a W Market street Louisville Ky time in connection with our now Ibefore purchasing their mounts store on Main and Lewis streets some place else This company Persons wanting bargains in builders can furnish any safety bicycle in and carpenters hardware wall paper paints harness saddlery glass far- NichnlasiillE and little girls Arr Paris lve Arr Winchester Winchester Mississippi Valley Select Boarding and Day School for young ladles Thirty Mh 14 Scholastic lbDl Year I from forty to sixty dollars a week A igood outfit of scenery for a new theater DO ANY will cost at least 5000 LONGER The Boston Museum has been in exist- Â¬ Knowing a cough can b ence fifty years Al o thau 150 players ohecked in athat and the first stages day who have become iuinous appeared on of consumption broken in a week we ita stage for tho first time hereby guarantee Dr Aokers En Henry B Oixoy world famous as glish Cough Remedy and will refund Adonis will star next season in The tho money to all who buy take it as Solicitor a serious comedy under the per directions and do not find our statement correct management of Charles Frohmau f LOOK AT THESE PRICES J W Gaylb Druggist Adelina Patti was bom in Miulrid Spain in 1843 Her parents brought hor 4o America in 1844 and bIio lived in New A bed room suit cheval dresser The Central Normal School York until she was sixteen years old 18x40 inch French bevel mirror Mittens Willott tho well known ac tress frequently contributes clever verse lLEASUREVILLE KY OPENS FIRST TUE3 16th century finish L luy In September 1891 25 Addiess to the comic weeklies She was the SECRKST Pres wife of Henry Avoliug who committed suicide last winter A 6th century finish suit chevNelson Wheatcroft who has become al dresser 18x30 inch French famous as one of tho principal members bevel Mirror 22 of the Lyceum theater company will go on tour next 6euson as leading man o Augustus Pitous stock company A solid ash suit 16th century A young woman who appears in a finish 20x24 nc1 French bevel Turkish dunco in New York and who is spoken of on tho bills us an oduliKijuo mirror Ji20 was born nearer Corlt than Constanti nople and hus never seen tho iusido of a AnamDhtetof Information and ab harem An imitation walnut suit 1SX24 mo laws stract or ruients duo win tf iiovr to uavoais Trrnie Obtain Tho Elks played a prominent part in Marks UopyriEtus itni Jrtcy inch mirror 5 14 laying tho cornerstono of tho new Bed AdJreU NIUNN liU VU01 lirondwar ford Avenuo theater in Brooklyn the New oric pother day It will bo ouo of tho finest places of amusement in the City of the market and the prices are the mers and blacksmiths supplies c lowest will do well to call on us at either house O E Collins 43 tf Bro A good scenic artist draws a salary of Â¬ Begins September to principal For catalogue apply Washington Philadelphia New York Baltimore Old Point and the Sea Shore AND ALL EASTERN MAY 18 Arr Cincinnati Lve Lexington Arr Paris Lve Cynthiana Lve Falmouth Arr Covington t 55iin 140pm 7 lftim 158pm 7 43am 2i3pm 7 OOiim 2 COpm 7 0341111 2 45puii 6 05 in 4pml 15pm v4 I 25pm 411111 8 24am 3 15pm 9 23am 4 10pm 1049U11I 5 40pm1 10 Mlpm 55am 5 5tpm 37pm 45pm MAYSVILLE BRANCH North Bound No 10 Daily Ex Sun No ia Daily Ex Sun 3 00pm 3 06 p iu 6 20pm 6 15 p m CITIES 1891 June MISS 27 2m M F HEWITT NOT SUFFER FURNITURE IN EFFECT F 11 s t Limited Acin Express Dally EAST BOUND Mai Dally Dmy ex Sun Lve 7 35am ilSpm 5 45pm Lexington 8 2 am 7 uupm uuin Winchester Mt Sterling Arr a Sinn 730pm 7 5pm lOOOpiu Arr Olive III11 Lve 1040am 903iin 12 15pm 1030pm Ashland 1228pm Cattlettsburj Huntington Arr 1250pm 11 07 pin Dally Ex bun 11 10ua 1230II1H Ace ill Arr 1 05pm Arr miLV Arr t 451m Arr 90311U 9 25a in Lve Cincinnati Lve Covington Lve Lexington Lve Paris Millersbure Carlisle Maysville lohmon iuim 1 1 1 84am 00pm lOlOtun 8 30pm 7 7 7 00 a ni 7 55 l 111 8 18 u 111 8 40 um 9 34 ti in G38pin 54p in xi South Round Lve Maysville Lve Johnson Lve Carlisle No 9 Daily Ex Sun 5 20 a ni 5 57 a 111 ft 50 a m 7 15 a m 7 40 n in 8 28 1 m 0 49 n 111 10 55 a m No t xSun 1 Â¬ WEST BOUND DULY Huntington Lve Cattlettsburt Ashland Olive 11111 -- Ex Sun Mt Sterling Lve 10 27am 432pm 023am 1 20pm 1115am 4 53iiii 715aui 1 55pm Winchester Lexington Arr 1203pm 530pm 805am 2 45pm runs EXPRESS VESTIBULED LIMITED dally and lias Vestlbuled Pullman Huftet Sleep Â¬ ers bftwfen Louisville Lexington Washington This train New York and Old Point Comfort Is made part ot tne ceieuraieu I Arr ooaiu G 25am J3 111 ti 2tpm 39pm 501111 4 00a til G35pm 6 57plll 710pm 8 551111 2 111 303pm LveMillersburg Arr Paris Arr Lexington Arr Covington pm 20pm 45pm 410pm 700pm 227 3 3 ft 60 p in rr Cincinnati 6 37pm 45pm O W LMUNSON Trav Pass Act Cincinnati Tratllo Manager 1 11 1 Â¬ Â¬ itWWW H0TEN v Â¬ R ROGERS SON May2 ly fMj V Churches i S F 11 MORSE Astt Henl Pass Agt Eiistof Huntington on the C O Route MAIirTRAINS runs dally between Ofllce Clminberof Commerce nidj Cincinnati O FAST Make direct Uxlngtoii and Huntington At connections at Huntington with C A 0 No 1 Dally to all points except Rowland Dlvl Ashland with SV Ily At Wlnehes or with K Â¬ slon which Is dally except Sunday bound mijl at Lexing C R R north and south No 2 Runs dally from Lexington o Cincin- Â¬ ton with LiV N L S and ON O A T P Rail nati roads Nol - Ruusdallv Runs dally from all stations except the No LEXINUTON AND OLIVE HILL ACCOMMO IlMon which I dally except Sunday DATION dally except Sunday Connects at Rowland Dally except Sunday No fl winidiostertoiiiiil trom K C Points and at 5 iuiis dally between Cincinnati and Lex No LoulsMlle Ky Lexington with L A X R It TexTNUTON ANDMTSTERLlNti ACCOMMO No 15 lNirl and Lexington Accommodation DATION runs iiully exotvit Sunday nnd umkes dnllv Leaes Lexington 1000 a m Arrives Paris tit Winchester to nnd Irom 10 13 it m direct connection Mlddlesborough and Rlchmnnd and nt Lex - Falmouth Accommodation Leaves No ington with L S Ity for Louisville Arrive Falmouth Cincinnati 515 p in For full liiforinitlon In regard to Hates Routes 710 p 8 m-- dally except Sunday in Arrive Cin Â¬ No Leaes Falmouth ti a Ac apply to any Agent of this or connecting cinnati 755 ii m dully exeent Siindav lines or to Nos 1 and a make connections at Winchester C L HROWK II E HUNTINOTON Oen Pass Agent tor points on tho NN A M V Ry E 1 V latuK M No 1 Carries through cars from Cincinnati to LKXINfiTON KY Mlddlesborough nnd Cumberland Cap and nil hi W S HAltJII OK isy G W BAltNKV termcdlnte stutluus and runs dally a A Asliluril WA Lexington Ky Â¬ 4- e e v fr S R KNOTT General Offices C P ATMORK Jen Pnsi Agt Louisville Ky Â¬ 7- 4 FRAMFORT ROUNDABOUT fettered at the post otllce at Fntukfort Kentucky ua second class mailable matter Weitzel will build an addition to hiB The Tate Cases part of the house in the shape of a On Wednesday tho Circuit Court hall stairway c and Mrs Meagher took up tho cases of the Commwealth will shortly begin the erection of a vs The Bondsmen of Jamos W Tate neat residenco upon the lot JflPMlQs Mack Salyers Darnells Stable Cos New Meat Market 223 Mnln Street nenr Mannar SEP A LEWIS Editor and Pnbllshor JULY 4 1891 Won a Race two-year-old Ifr The second race on Monday at Washington Park Chicago was won by Col L P Tarltons Teachers Elected Ally Dearest beating a field of seven Time 1072 The race was At the meeting of the Board of for a purse of 600 School Trusteea held on Tuesday evening the following teachers for Revenue Collections the white school were elected Miss Adelaid Schroeder The amount of internal revonue Julia R Todd Mss collected in this city by Deputy Co- Â¬ Misa Sarah Bell llector L P Tarlton during the month Miss Minnie Bell of June was 7534248 Tho collecMiss Louise A Wiard tions for the year ending Juno 30th Mrs Sallie T Rniloy amounted to 52868250 Miss Anna Sullivan Miss Lena Lynch A Nice Day for It Miss Sue Joyce Wednesday was tho coolest and Miss Margaret ALewis most pleasant first of July we have Miss Scottie Ohinn had here in years and was greatly Miss Ella Stephens enjoyed by the collectors of whom Miss Rachel Cromie an army were upon our streets each Miss Mollie McEwan trying to be the first to get m tneir Miss Mary Browder little bills Miss Maggie Pago bondsmen Misses Browder and Page are the Tries to Explain FRANKFORT Â¬ late State Treasurer and tho first one to bo tried was that against the sureties upon tho bond for the term of office from January 1 1882 to Jan Â¬ uary 1 1884 According to the decision of the Court of Appeals in re Â¬ versing tho decision on the first trial tho only question in the case was to determine tho amount that Tate was short during that term All of Wednesday was consumed in ar ranging the pleadings and in selecting the jury and Thursday morning the trial was begun The following gentle- Â¬ men compose the jury M D Averill Wm Pryor John Newman B F Jones William Seay Chas Pearce W G Roberts Leonitlas Rucker Robert Young W S Penn John Bodkins and John Watkins The Commonwealth is represented by Attorney General Hardin and Judgo Thos H Hines while Judgo Wm Lindsay Judge A Duvall D W J B Lindsey Col Phil B Thompson sr Frank Ohinn and John W Rodman represent the Â¬ Â¬ Fresh Meats of dl Kinds ALWAYS ON HAND Mack Salyers We will run wagons on both sides of tho river and deliver goods In any Hurt of tho city Co April 18 tf Doomed Dealt only new teachers elected the others have been teaching in the school heretofore A Kindergarten class has been added to the primary course and will be in charge of Miss Maggie Page but children under six years of age will not be allowed to attend it fffe A suspicious looking object was found in the grip sack of Col W S Dehoney upon his return from Paris where he went Saturday afternoon to assist in the organization of a new Oommandery of Knights Templar and he has been trying ever since to give a satisfactory explanation of how Cromwell May B Addie Hawkins were Vanmeterand Belected as supply teachers Mr Samuel Stone waB elected as Engineer for the year but the position of Janitor was left vacant until the school opens in September All the old teachers in the colored school were re elected and Olaude Higdon was elected to teach the colored night school by the month Jesse Hocker was re elected to serve as Janitor by the month Misses Lou B it got there Both tho method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant PREVAILING CONDITIONS MANY and refreshing to tlio taste and acts UNDER doo hi to death by disease merelr owners gently yet promptly on the Kidneys because thehealth fall to take mensures to pre servo their Bowels cleanses the sys Liver and tem effectually dispels colds head DR HAAS aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro duced pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach prompt hi its action and truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it anil to all and have made it the mo3t log popular remedy known Used successfully for 15 years Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c The trial is still in progress and ST bottles by all leading drugWill Arrest Prevent Disease Dlseise Worms gists Any reliable druggist who Expel and HastenStop the Cough Increase tho Got Baniages Maturity Flesh PRICKS may not have it on hand will proSU50 SI 25 nm 50o perpkg 251b cans S1250 The largest packages are thecheapr The case of J W Sanderson vs cure it promptly for any one who est Mason Foard Co lessees of the wishes to try it Do not accept any For Sale by Kentucky Penitentiary and Rine- - substitute hart Clark Locker sub lessees of CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO convict labor on railroads was tried SAN FRANCISCO CAL NEW YORK NY LOUISVILLE KY in the Circuit Court on Monday and Â¬ Â¬ JOS 1 vii Â¬ Â¬ Miry Esity Â¬ Â¬ W GAYLE JPRANKFORT KY Joe Haas Mar 7 6m Paralyzed We learn from en Â¬ Family Poisoned Just after breakfast Tuesday morn ing Mr J B Hamilton and wife Mr F W Samples their son-in-la- w m Â¬ and Mr Eugene Wolf who board with them were taken violently ill and a physician was immediately summoned who as the symptoms in- Â¬ dicated that they had been poisoned promptly administered antidotes Messrs Hamilton and Wolf were able to be out the nest day but Mrs Hamilton and Mr Samples are still suffering from the effects of the poison whatever it was The four who were taken sick ate beefsteak for breakfast but the other two members of the family Mrs Samples and her brother Mr Sidney Hamilton did not partake of it and the supposition is that the meat The steak caused the trouble was purchased from Mr Dan Glan ton who says he sold cuts from the same piece to numerous other cus Â¬ tomers who ate of it and suffered no inconvenience As no chemical analysis was made of the steak the cause of the trouble is a mystery Committee Meeting the Peoples Party held a meeting in The State Executive Committee - of ft this city on Wednesday to make ar rangments for an aggressive cam Â¬ paign at which Hon II E Taube neck of Illinois chairman of the National Executive Committee was present He is a member of the Illi- Â¬ nois Legislature and during the Senatorial dead lock in that body last winter persistently refused to cast his vote for Gen John M Palmer and voted alone on the last ballot for Streeter the labor candi Â¬ date Brought Back Henry Meker a convict who caped from tho Penitentiary about a year ago was arrested in Louisville recently as a suspected felon and while serving a sentence in jail was discovered to be an escaped convict He was returned to the pen on Tues Â¬ day m es- Â¬ Real Estate Transfers Mr Louis Weitzel has sold the south half of his residence on Madi Â¬ son street to his son Mr Ohas Weitzel for 3500 and a lot 33 by 125 feet lying between the residence and the property of Mr Sulivan on the north to his daughter Mrs Ed L Mr Ohas 1000 Meagher for the Paris that Mr Robert formerly of this county McMillan but for the past six months a resident of Paris was stricken with paralsis while working in his garden in that JAMESATTORNEY AT LAW Mr McMillan is city on Tuesday Tlie Day We Celebrate FRANKFORT KY 84 years of age and his recovery is doubtful As this is the glorious fourth PRACTICE IN ALL THE COURTS OF Franklin county Later Mr McMillan died Wed- Â¬ there will be an effort made to cele- Â¬ Superior and Federal and the Court of Appeals Courts County Office In nesday morning brate it with a street parade and Cle i ks Office Duvil building opposite G 3m June picnic at Lake Park where a balloon I O O F Election ascension is advertised to take place CHINN W and the Hudson Humphries Cassell Capital Lodge No 6 Independent Base Ball Club will play a game with Order of Odd Fellows elected the the Nicholasville Base Ball team following officers on Monday night Beside this the Clay Bank Club will Will practice in all State Courts Of fice secontl floor Custom House for the ensuing six months have their usual picnic at WalcuttB James Taylor Noble Grand spring near the Big Eddy A great Thomas Hunter Vice Grand many people will take advantage of WM C A Nelson Secretary the reduced railroad rates to spend Geo W Reock Treasurer W the day in other cities ATTORN m W W McEnuis Host They will be installed on Monday Burglarized RBAI BSTATJB AGENT evening next PBACTICK m TflK COURTS 01 Burglars are still at work in Franklin and the adjoining eountlea aon will alio giro special attention to the purcha Police Attention Georgetown The residence of Mr and tale or real estate collection Howard Stedman formerly of this and the egotlatinn of loani of r uts elalnu officers of the county in The attention of the 1nnui that city was entered on law is called to the fact that a gang Saturday night he being absent on a of boys both white and black make business trip for the Bluegrass Cord- Â¬ a practice of going in bathing in age Company and his family on a broad day light in the pond at the visit to his parents at the Forks of HERETOFORE PARTNERSHIP corner of Murray and Campbell Elkhorn but the burglar was fright Â¬ THE LAW between us has been by mutual We day dissolved streets They make no pretense at ened away by a young man by the consent this together Persons will wind up all Indebted to us old business bathing suits but are per- name of Cleveland and the neighbors will settle with either wearing J A SCOTT fectly nude and their vile language before he secured anything of value or J A VIOLETT Â¬ June C tf and indecent exposure of their perbecome unbearable to tho sons has Nerve Advice to Womeh residents in that neighborhood and at once nothing like it It is the If you would protect yourself There is they should be looked after foundation of all action The man of from Painful Profuse Scanty Nerve is a success Tho man without Directory Suppressed or Irregular Men- Tlie New it is a failure Many men and womenÂ¬ struation you must use are overworked suffering with nerMr J B Dryden is making fine vous prostration and longing for progress with tho work on his new something to restore them again to directory of the city of Frankfort vigor and health There is one med Â¬ The merchants as far as Mr Dryden icine that will accomplish the desired FEMALE result Dr Hales Household Tea has been able to canvass up to this cures nervous prostration making time have responded very liberally the weak strong and gives nature a REGULATOR He will during tho next week be able jog by putting all the organs of the healthy It CAnTEnsvniE April 36 18S8 to viBit our business men and we system into a remedy condition Dr known is the finest This will certify that two members of my everything will bo done by all Hales Household Tea the great immediate family after having Buffered for hope from IHenetrual of our people to encourage him in Blood Purifier and Nerve Tonic iB rears treated without benefitIrregularity by physicians being much needed work He pro- Â¬ sold at 25 and 60c at Phil Carpenters were at length completely cjredibj one bottle this Kegulator 2 of Bradfleldsi Female JWStbamqbIU poses to make the new book com- Â¬ South Side drug store effect is truly wonderfuL plete in every detail as a reference Book to WOMAN mailed FREE which contains s valuable information on all female dUesief Newspaper Changes book It is his intention to have the BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO book ready for delivery by Septem Â¬ ATLANTA OA On Saturday Mr John B Dryden WOK BAZB BY AJtlt DXVQCHBTM ber 1st sold his interest in the Evening Jour- Â¬ nal to his partner Mr Moses OCon- Â¬ Case Argued nor who will continue the publica- Â¬ tion of that paper Mr Richard Van BUYS A GOOD GOLD WATOH The trademark case of Labrot Derveer will do tho repotorial work Graham vs Jas E Pepper involving Robt Stout a young lawyer has tho right to use the name and title of bought the Versailles Clarion1 from BY OUR CLCB SYSTEM Old Pepper Whisky for tho product Fred Henry Mr Henry will accept Our 14 karet patent stiffened cold cases are warranted for 20 years Waltliam and Elgin of their distillery on Glens Creek was a position on the Chicago Herald movement reliable and well known Stem wind and set hunting or open face ladys or gents m before Judge Barr of the United size Equal to any 75 watch We sell one of States Court in Louisville on Tues Â¬ these watches for Successful Driver Graham obtained an day Labrot injunction some time ago restraining J H Goldsmith who had such and send to any address by registered mall or Pepper from bo using tho brand and great success in the Grand Circuit by express C O Dwlth privilege of examina and they now claim he has disobeyed the last year I with Pimlico Quinns others Â¬ tion agent at Durham N C wr Our Oint have given writes confessed tlv injunction and are seeking to have ment a thorough trial and lean truth- Â¬ howOur Jewelers havesuch work for tlu dont know money you can furnish him punished for so doing The case fully say it is tho best preparation was argued by Judge Wm Lindsay for forremoving a Splint or Curb that I Messrs Labrot Graham and Judge have over -seen ip wanted at each place Write for particulars Alex Humphrey and Col John Allen your order for Ice Cream Ices Leave for Pepper and submitted to Judgo Cakes c at Klebers South Side EMPIRE WATOH NCO Y 43 and BOMatden Lane New York 40 lm fok final decision i Barr the jury returned a verdict Tuesday giving the plaintiff 1000 damages Sanderson a convict who wae sent from Graves county for one year PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST was sent out to work upon the rail- Â¬ ALL estate of Peter Jett Insolvent are hereby notified to produce the same before the 1st day of road and while so engaged recieved September 1891 proven us required by law Wm Cromwell injuries from falling rock in a tunnel Assignee of Peter Jett June G 2tn which disabled him for life He sued for 25000 A VIOLETT NOTICE stamp Ask for Testimonials Hogolfgy a pamphlet on swine will E be mailed to any address on receipt of a two cent a V S Ind Indianapolis A j s J JR Roller fatractJWr vi N Â¬ CROMWELL EY-AT-LA- CREAM Extract IS OUR BEST FLOUR BUT EITHER m GOLD MEDAL IDOL KING on SILVER MOON IS A GOOD FLOUR FOR THE MONEY Dissolution Notice Â¬ Dr W L Mey OF CINCINNATI WILL BE AT THK IN FfiANKFOBT OHIO K- Y- PRIDAY JULY 18 1891 BRADFIELDS FXMSS BLEEDING Chloroform dLIND or ITCHING Cured witthivt any surgical operation and wltte little or no pain Ligature or Knife mode of Is not necessary with this treatises JTlSTimA IN ANO Is cured FISSURES Cured without cutting or tearing ULCERATION Dr Bed CATARRH QOiLLiTlEEIL Of the bowel cured has now been vlsltlngtbts cltyreg arlyfor nearly sevenjtuib und ihe mauy cureo ho hosmaae among the wealthy and Innu urti citizen are sufficient evidence of his success dl It is now a well established fact that man eases of tho stomach llvr ktdney bladder womb and nervout system are either caused o wreravated by the coexistence of IMLKS iriflTT LA KlSSUBBor BKCTALWLCKU RKPERKNCESt Oober Frankfort Ky Franklin Morris Graetensburg T Btateu Frankfort Ky V nerbertcii Frankfort Ky Be L- - P- - Huistt Benson Ky A H MeClure Frankfort Ky Dr K if j S2S CASH Â¬ Blchard Ferguson Frankfort Kf vr Hughes Frankfort Ky David Moore Benson Ky Jas Si Wlfrnw Frankfort Ky DB KKELfcTTB office and residence Is at St Wwt Eighth street Cincinnati and where may be found erery day each week EXCEPT j FBIDAIB ASD SATURDAYS pamphlets deaetlMBf these diseases and Ul node of treatment iMt free te any one by s dressing W I M D HlghtfcBtumcinnatl a 369West tW CONSULTATION VKBH WJf nvt lt I KELLEY Ti 1 r4iiorf ttwaa K7rvw 5 CO W FKAiNKFOKT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT JULY 4 1801 A New Daily Squire Pat McDonald is thinking of publishing his paper The Argus as a daily instead of weekly as here- Â¬ tofore m A fcl Fine Crop Sf The wheat crop has about all been been harvested and is one of the largest raised in this county for years moved North It Judge Caswell Bennett and family has removed from the South Side and are now occupying the house of Mr W H Waggoner on Main street Mazy Sunk K m I V t r w not include our Frankfort property Arrangements have been made for us to continue with our business as and bruises or for rheumatism lame usual Hoping you will make the back deep seated or muscular pains Â¬ Below will be found a list of advertised statement in defense of ourselves we Chamberlains Pain Balm is un- letters for tho week ending July 4th remain 1891 rivalled For Bale by J W Gayle Respectfully Almy Mrs A A Kid Willinm The little steamboat Mazy which was attached by U S Marshal Con McCartv several weeks ago and tied up for debt sank at Gaines wharf Sunday night spell until about the 10th when it will Will Continue Business begin to grow very warm culminat- Â¬ ing in excessively high temperature Georgetown 1891 and storms about the 11th 12th and To tho Editor of Ky July 1 Round Â¬ Frankfort 13th Nototho 12th and 13th An- Â¬ about other breathing spell may inter- Â¬ We would vene before tho reactionary move- Â¬ to Deak Sin following inlike for you insert tho your paper ments on and next to the 17th From 23d to 26th is the next period of storm as a correction of the article that in and change Among the hottest days appeared to last weeks paper Owing a series of summer about tins time Mercury that have befallen us of misfortunesÂ¬ since our re is on the 20th and will add cloudiness we were comand mugginess up to reactionary moval to this place to our creditorsÂ¬ pelled in protection days 29th and 30th Possibly cooler and ourselves to makean assignment about 25th 20th 27th on the 20th of June On tho 16th of February 1890 J senior During the epidemic of flux in this member of the firmPof WaytsWayts J P county last summer I had hard work Co died to keep a supply of Chamberlains ana aeatn ot The protracted illness p was said Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy very expensive and left us wayts weak very on hand People often came ten or financially Following this a twelve miles in the night to get a large frame residence that we very had bottle of the Remedy I have been for Mr W O Paden of the soiling patent medicines for tho last built Hines Lumber Co ten years and find that it has given Stono upon our hands because was thrown of satisfaction in cases of the weakened condition of the Stone better diarrhoea and flux than any other Hines Lumber Co who failed in a medicine I have ever handled J H short while thereafter After Benham Druggist Golconda Pope recovering from theso blows one W Co 111 Over five hundred bottles of H Sutherland June 1st 1891 a conthis Remedy were sold in that coun- tractor who was erecting two very ty during the epidemic referred to large frame residences here throw It was a perfect success and the only up his work and left owing us a con- Â¬ remedy that did cure the worst siderable bill able to cases Dozens of persons there will make collections Not beingthe above to replace In loss at certify that it saved their lives Â¬ four other epidemics of bowel com- - ed withtime needed we were throat-Â¬ suits After plaint this remedy has been equally tion we concluded the due considerawe successful 25 and 50 cent bottles for could do would be tobest thing Our assign sale by J W Gayle assets are about 819160 Liabilities about 13500 or 14000 This does 1 Â¬ C F BROWER Main and Broadway z aiEiiiTTcasr 2srx I Upholstered PARLOR SUITS ROCKERS EASY CHAIRS DIVANS Etc L0DN6ES SINGLE AND DOUBLE Furniture I1T Â¬ NEW AND HANDSOME DESICNS A SPECIALTY Asa general liniment for sprainB Advertised Letters m Wi Miller August Burget Mrs Mnttie McCentry Mrs Blnck Mrs Martha McDonnell Oapt Hi Owen W R Bnokner Snn Oapt Sanford Goin went to Lexing Â¬ Butcher W D Peters Mrs Birttie ton on Tuesday to visit his wife and Craighead Birdin Russell Mrs Delia his many friends will be glad to know Ferdnald Calvert Rodgers Miss Lucy Anderson Rolling that he found her greatly improved DooglasRev F R Southers Nathan Davis John Clark thinks she will be able to Darland Robert Dr Semones Maybell return home in a few weeks Ford Emma Stigers Tine Fields Joe Sanders Willie Gray Mrs M F Willis Miss Cordie Hammond Elijah Waits H P Woods Miss Minnie The Deposit and Frankfort Nation Hundley Chris Wiley Hawkins J S dividend Johnson Morgan Youtig Mrs Memory al Banks have declared a Mrs Annie of three per cent and the Bank of Johnson Matilde Young Santford Frnnttifc Anderson Kentucky and the Farmers Bank will When calling for these letters say ad Monday the former declare theirs three vertised Improving Bnrnett Jess J MH Wayts W L Wayts P Wayts Co Elegant finish quality of work the best and prices the lowest Cheap Rates N Railroad will sell round The L trip tickets July 6th to 13th to Toronto Canada at one fare plus two dollars for membership fee Provision has been made for the extension of time to September 30th on accont of the National Education- Â¬ Matresses and Pillows Made to Order By experienced workmen Semi Animal Dividends Â¬ al Association The same road will also sell round trip tickets to Minneapolis Minn at one fare July oth to 8th inclusive Good to return leaving Minneapolis July 12th to 16th On account of C F BROWER CO Draperies four per cent and the latter per cent J M Saffell Postmaster Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor E P Bryan Agent Carpets Furniture Wall Paper h Change of Base The topographical party of the Geological Survey in charge of Mr F H Bagby who have been working in Trigg county for several months have transferred their headquarters to Trenton in Todd county in which vicinity they are now engaged The Queen Pawned Her Jewels Queen Isabella of Spain pawned her jewels to raise money to fit out the expedition that discovered the new world Her sacrifice is not greater than is made by many women of America who deny themselves many things in order to have money to buy Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery for their sick husbands or children This Discovery b more important to them than the one made in 1492 For all diseases of the lungs liver throat or stomach the Discov- Â¬ ery is a sovereign remedy A trial convinces its continued use cures It purifies the blood invigorates the liver and strengthens and builds up Guaranteed to the whole system benefit or cure in every case or money paid for it returned Hurrah for Spalding Mr 0 0 Spalding who is a candi date to represent Marion county in ttio next Leeislature has announced as part of his platform opposition to the removal of the capital from this city He will be very apt to be elected and Frankfort Is lor mm solid m Â¬ third fare to all stations except Mammoth Cave and N C St L Ry Limited to July 6th E P Bryan Agent Persons living in the country can get bread and rolls fresh every day at M Busams 39 tf On July 3d and 4th the L N will sell round trip tickets at one and one Fourth of July Rates m Hot Weather Goods HAMMOCKS a Large Variety WIRE SCREEN CLOTH to keep out flies RUBBER HOSE to keep down the dust FISHING TACKLE to catch fish Pruett For Rent The two story brick residence on Washington street known as the First Presbyterian Parsonage Possession given April 1st Apply to H H Watson or J W 27 Bucklens Arnica Salve Cuts Bruises tf GEAY CHURCH Mr John Carpenter of Goodland Ind says I tried Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for diarrhoea and severe cramps and pains in the stomach and bowels with the best results In the worst cases I never had to give more than the third dose to effect a cure In most cases one dose will do Besides its other good qualities it is pleasant 25 and 50 cent bottles for to take sale by P H Carpenter 5 iy A special train will leave Lexington LeComptes Bottom at 11 p m Saturday July 4 for Mt m Sterling and all local points to acCase Here commodate thoso desiring to witness Miss Hattie Chandlers school closWorked ed Friday Harry B Morehead tho the great display of fire works at Miss Lizzie Kavanaugh returned Mr home Saturday from a visit to friends wealthy broker of Cincinnati who Woodland Park Lexington 1891 The best salve in the world foi Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fever Sores One Fare For the Round Chapped Hands Chilblains Tetter Corns Trip and all Skin Eruptions and posiOn July 3d and 4th the N N M tively cures Piles or no pay reIt is guaranteed to give V Co E D will sell round trip quired tickets between all stations at one perfect satisfaction or money re Price 25 cents per box fare for the round trip Tickets good funded to return until or before July 6 For sale by South Side drug store Â¬ Â¬ J W Gayle at the Â¬ Â¬ i 1 t fmm Mar LW w H1WMK IMUI V i 7 has recently bought a large interest Syrup of Figs in the Commercial Gazette of that James T city is a son of ex Governor Produced from the laxative and Moorehead of this State and worked trade in the old nutritious juice of California figs at the printers Commonwealth office in this city in combined with the medicinal virtues of plants known to bo most benefi Â¬ t m cial to tho human system acts gen Â¬ tly on the kidneys liver and bowels Insurance Paid effectually cleansing the system dis- Â¬ Mr H G Mattern Secrotary of pelling colds and headaches and Frankfort Council No 7 Koyal curing habitual constipation 43 lm Templars of Temperance received on Saturday and turned over to Mr Died From Lock jaw R K McOluro as trustee for the widow and guardian of tho children George Mann the conviot who fell of the late James MoFarland a check from a scaffold in tho Penitentiary for ono thousand dollars being the amount of insurance held by Mr last week and broke his ankle was MoFarland in tho order of Royal attacked with lock jaw Wednesday Ho was par Â¬ and died Thursday Templars doned by Lieut Gov Bryan only a He was few hours before ho died Weather for July sentfrom Louisville for llfo for the Prof Irl R Hicks of St Louis murder of his mistress who has made close guesses at tho weathor for the past year makos the Slight Blaze following predictions for this month Storms in progress at tho opening The engino room of Mr J M of July will wind up to the east about the 2d About tho 5th and Oth a low Wakefields saw mill caught fire barometer will cause an oppressive Thursday afternoon but the flames warm wave The presonoo of the wore extinguished by tho mill hands new moon added will cause Btorms and no alarm was turned in Damage on the 5th to 6th Cooler air and fresh ozone will bring a breathing slight at Lockport and Monterey If is solid handsome cake of sconcing soap which has naeijoal for all cleaning purposes except in the laundry To use if is to valine itE9 - svzkc JISSAPOLK Mrs Tom Watson of Shelby coun ty visited friends here the last of the week Mrs Willhoite of Madison is vis iting Mrs Webb of this place Miss Lizzie McEwan accompanied by Mr Urb Sargent of Frankfort visited relatives hero Sunday Luke and Joo Kavanaugh sold their crop of tobacco for 18 cents all round spodgo off Rip Van Winkle Â¬ Â¬ What will SAPOLIO do Why it will clean paint make oil clothi bright and give the floors tables and shelves a new appearance It will take the grease off the dishes and off the pots and pans Yon can scour the knives and forks with it and make the tin things shine brightly The wash basin tho bath tub even tho greasy kitchen sink will be as clean as a new pin if you use SAPOLIO One cake will prove all we say Be a clever housekeeper and try it BEWARE 0 IMITATIONS THESE IS BUT 01TB ENOCH MORGANS SONS CO NEW YORK k SAP0L3 MHj k H That Your Hair fullness and beauty dress it daily with may retain its youthful color PILES SALT RHEUM THE GREAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY FOR ECZEMA WOUNDS Ayers Hair Vigor scalp cures humors and stimulates a new growth of hair It cleanses the SORES Send three two cent stamps for free sample box and book TKR-OIDSOHPFOR MEDICINAL PRICE - BURNS CROUP BRONCHITIS c PILESI ILJL I 50 CENTS CHICAGO O-EBWrBK- BATH TOILET AND NURSERY PURPOSES Dr J C Ayer Lowell Mass J - Co - For sale by Deo 13 1 jr TAR OID CO n u PHIL auI Al - iUk v -- ft mwyommimpFm I3ST 2l2vOTlXj2rf Dr Hales Household Oint ment Â¬ 01 nil tho sail and heart romlliu scenes that Is tho finest cure in tho world It 70urcom8jou tent ever nltnesieil win thm of absolutely cures catarrh It cures thetleiith of Mr Chillies M Tenkliis which occur cdat hl3 home neur Bridge nrt Wertnosilny neuralgia and rheumatism Onres night Juuo 17tncauieil by the ucckleiitil ills Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum huro of a gun tno ci litoiitii penetrating his in the most soothing manner Cures abdomen ami c luslng Instant death The subject of tns notice was born tho 2Jil or Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids March ia4 making hi in I7 years 3 months und Cures Coughs and Colds Can be He made a profession of rellslnr iindar tlio preaching ot He W A Anln about 19 years since and united with South Uetioi Baptist Cnurch out in the eir 1831 entered Into the or- anlzatlon or EverKreen Church tlm lrovlig o the world that Ills life from tned u hi iroless cd Christ was consistent with his profession lie was a very discreet man hi was anted for sobriety Industry and honesty and In tact he possessed all ilie urace that ju to make up the true man Ills doiotlon and ardent zeal In whateier he undertook whether In religious or temporal Affairs was commend ible and noteworthy thus being always true to UN conviction of duly No young man ever lived In the community vfho stood higher In the estimation oi hi- - neinh bors a d had more true frleiws tlun Charlie His untimely death has cist a glojm ovw- - maay a household In this section If tears are Indlci tire of morning Many rem nlscemes of M past life reflect the lovelr charicter of him as friend relative husband father and chrlstl in The deceased was united hi marriage to Mattle oldest daughter of Squire 111 Iteddlsii on tho 14th of April 1SJ79 a more happy couple newr lived up till the fatal shot imled tlu oilsteuce of the devoted husband By economy frugality Industry and honesty he hadjust made tbolist payment on his farm a d pleasant home which was sut round d with many necessaries and comforts of life but while ready to live he was in the midst of death iud wny Jod should see lit In Ills piorldeiice to snatch from tho embrace of a loUngand devottd wife one la the first vigor and usefulness of young taanhood Is more than e poor Unite beings can sometime- - comprehend yet by the eye of faith we know that lie dot th all things well aid that the wisdom of Hod was exhibited will be revealed In the sweet hereafter A vacant chair Is left around tho once happy little family circle an empty seat In the nouso of God and the community has been deprived of one upon whom tho mantle of reproach never jested Charlie was highly esteemed and loved Ills watchful tender cure that he manifested toÂ¬ ward his dependent wife little Uugli and attllei d sister all a Id one more link to the many virtues that clustered uround his 5 otitis manhood Wo would not chide ou dear loved ones for weeping Christ wept and we frail beings who are doomed to wit iess the loss of sonis blight iiope may with bowed heads cruihed an i hum file hearts be comforted to s iv Lord not my frill but Thine be done Appro rlate funeral services were conducted at the tesldeiice of the deceased by itev 11 C Boberts his remains were then followed to their last resting place in the family graveyard at Bridgeport by u Urge concourse of weeping rela tives and friends J0 those wno have been bereft tre would commend them to iod who will give Ills grace sufficient to iiidure this gieat loss May the devoted mother o Utile liugb train up Jn the nururo and admonition of the Lord the little Under plant that has been entrusted to her caro and keeping so that all will meet again when the secret of thli sad death will bs Â¬ Â¬ Plmplts Htadaohis Loss of Saip aWtary Fullnf Pains In I Body or Limbs Want of Appitifa If you suffftr from Eruptions any of thssi symptoms taks THE ROUNDABOUT 20 days old DOOTOB talion internally Cuts bruises burns chilblains sores of long stand Â¬ ing corns and bunions are cured quickly different from all else supe- Â¬ rior to all else it has no equal 25 and 50c boxes largo size cheapest Sold at Phil Carpenters drug store South 52 Side - Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria ACKERS BLOOD ENGLISH THE PEOPLES PAPER Everybody takes it Everybody reads Subscription Only Darbys Prophylactic Use it in every sick room Will keep the atmosphere pure and wholesome removing all bad odor from any source Will destroy all Disease Germs infection from all Fevers and ail contagious diseases The eminent physician J Mari1 on Sims of New York says convinced that Prof Darbys am Prophylactic Fluid is a most valu able disinfectant 21 S ELIXIR t Became Your Blood It Impure f Havo you over used mercury If bo did vou give yourself tho needed attention you know that as 5 time Dont at the S long as tho mercury la in tho system you a will feel tho effects of it Wo need not tell you that you require a blood modlclno S tn ensuro froodom from tho after effects Doctor Ackers English Blood 5 Elixir Is the only known medicine that S will thoroughly eradlcato tho poison from J the system Oct it from your druggist 3 jorwrftoto V H HOOKER CO S 46 West Broadway New York WHY I it 5 Â¬ aal For sale by J W Gayie DOCTOR These Celebrated ENOLISII Filli are a Fosltlre Core for Slek Hcadaohe BUtontneu and ContUpatlon Small pleas s LOSJISVIULJE MARKET TOBACCO PURNISIIKD BY GLOVER DURKETT LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE ACKERS I PURE PINK 1 1 PILLS them from your Drnmriits or tend to W U UO0KSR C46 ffMt Browlwir Tork S O- ant and a furorlte with the ladlet Bold in England for li lKd ln America for 86c Get Per Tear Sales on our market for the week just closed amountto 3845 hhds with receipts of 3141 for the same period Sales on our market since January 1st amount to 81237 hhds Sales of For sale by J V Guyle jsrealed Then we p not devoted wife God wipes away all tears TIs only yet a ilttle while Though you may call It years W II P Among the Colored Clti- - sens the crop of 1890 on our market to date 53908 hhds s RODMANS Mnln titroU in w We have had a very active market Ttt occupied In residence on liiWHlon irheii un Illll U this week for the very fine grades of Gth September next lor linw Ac iiinily to ItUiiMAN JOHN burley leaf the highest price of the Mliyl3 tf season having been realized for the 1h one of the boit in tno State and re are preparer to crop of 1890 one hogshead selling as high as 33 per hundred and one hogshead selling at 3250 per hun- Â¬ out on short notice dred and several hogsheads selling JT-P- at prices ranging from 2 to 30 moEmmmm m per hundred But the market closed aalesasalaaW Hf JliiniMilaX irregular and weaker for the medium and common grades of burley I The following quotations fairly S x tA tl represent our market for burley 1 fqr SALE Our ART1ENT turn uases m 2T5T ajd quickejt to Now o t el - v to o3rand Lodge of Odd Fellows Mr Alex Rays has gone to Lexing con for a visit Mv Tiinins TnhnHnn nf Vfrcinln Is In thfl nitv thin wfifilr and will re- turn to night Mrs Dangerfleld of Louisville was in the city this week Miss Pink Smith Mrs Stapelton and Mrs Pirkins of Louisville came up Sunday with Miss Katie Waah- burn to spend a week with Mrs Mary Cook A social was given at the residence of Mrs Miller on Wednesday night A pleasant time was had The Gates string band furnished some of their selections during the evening which maae it ine more enjoyaoie Mr Frazier of Versailles was m The St John A M E rally was up to the expectation Sunday that is in a financial way After the rain the number at the Opera House was amall Rev Credit preached in the afternoon and Rev G W Hatton preached at the Church at night The Church was well filled and a large collection was lifted Prof Monroe was to deliver a lecture last night at the First Independent Baptist Church At the time we go press a small crowd was gathering s Miss Sophie Rickman left for home Monday to spend the vacation Monday July 13th John H Thomp- Â¬ son and lidward Lane will leave for Danville to attend the meeting of the Trash dark or damaged tobacco 2 00 tobacco 4 OOfi Colory trash Common lugs not colory 3 50 7 00 Colory lugs 8 00f7 Common leaf 10 Oo Medium to good leaf 15 00 Good to fine fillers Select or wrappery 3 10 2 12 12 15 23 50 00 50 00 00 00 r 1 e j 11 00 leaf 23 00a 33 00 Georgetown fa I Only On to Old Point Com Â¬ fort Va and Re13 Â¬ Time 25 Hours fntlre Trains Cir Diy Ooiche Sleepers run through nlthout cliunee turn Utiie Tuesday July 21fit a special TUE aiIOttTFST AND QUICKEST train will be run to Old Point Com- Â¬ Â¬ fort from Lexington under the aus- Georgetown to Jacksonville Ala pices of the Missionary Society of the Main street Christian Church Time 26 Hours Only 13 for tho round trip and Hygeia Hotel ThrouKl Mfepen without cli mw The Sliott special low rates at the for those who go on this excursion line betvscen Uiiciiiimu nun ruio 2V2 Hours Lkxinown Kv Make your arrangements to go as la Tknv Knoxvim most 17 this will be the cheapest and N C AsiiKvuiK 11 a Tkin desirable excursion from Lexington GiurriKrM 15 Hi ATLANTA this season nniMiMiiMoi aia li Tickets good to return until August Dlrt ut Coiiintctljnh tt Njw OrleinMiirl Shret Sth and holders inav stop at any of port rTexf Mexico niul ciiironua Lei trjntrort vli the Virginia resorts on return tri Vln e viitmvn 115 i Kuntni Mlll iitl UiIwhj m irflijtutnini 11010 For explanatory circular see or a m Quicker th ui am othfrllne AllCMliirt ircW it irtDtrirum jisiitrulUnlov dress any railroad acent or Depot Cincinnati G W Bakney KorKiiteHJIupAoiulirer W H Bosweli HRANK W WOUI1KV G A Delonq rnivollif Pw Aut K Lcxlnutoii Chas L Bkown G P A l r MUWAItns UC IURVKY Lexington Ky Vlce-Pru- XvXX a XoX X9iX V X X aXXX X X n M BINDERY Blank Books of il kinds gotten up in the highest style of Job the art Old Books and Music bound at lowest rates Work of all kinds solicited - iJINUINNATIw IIIATJ the city Saturday uniform Tho commencement of the High School for girls taught by Mrs Mat KTIOM SPft ifcie Anderson took place on Friday night the 26th ult and quite a large audience was present The pro gramme was very interesting and all o cnilciren wno tooK part in tne me showed that their training had ien thorough in every particular ireo young ladies graduated and ort addresses were delivered by J H Welch Rev Jas M Turner ad Edward Lane This is one of tho oldest colored schools in the city and f tho able manner in which it has been UFUtRinu f voonducted has gained for Mrs Ander- - HANOI nF vifc tsonmany high compliments 0lS KiUCYK Tho news reached this city that Mr Armor Blackburn was very sick and l it is thought can not recover This will be sad news to his many friends He has been a sufferer for some time Every member of tho Industrial Xeglon Lodge is expected to be out Bl at the meeting next Wednesday night as business of importance will como before tho order Tho Frankfort Baso Ball Club will cross bats with the mountain boys Sunday and Monday at their grounds vEvory one should see tins r amov as Watches Cloaks and Jowdry Repaired our boys are sure to uoat tnpm May2 ly Â¬ Rev Credit Prof Monroe Mrs Greenup and Miss Walker were in Georgetown last week Camp Douglas No 3 K of F and Chanty Lodge u a x went up to Georgetown last week Tatbott Brass Band The Clay were out Saturday night in full dress When When When When wo gate her Castoria Child sho cried for Castoria she was a she became Miss she clung to Castoria she had Children sho gavo them Castoria Baby vas sick JULIUS KIN WfiW mw cs TONIC CURES STEREDTYPINB in all its Brandies LOSS OF APPETITE Indigestion Dyspepsia Nausea Sour Stomach Sleeplessness Headache Nervous Pros s tration Neuralgia Pal pitation of the Heart Loss of Energy Weakness of Back Feelings of Languor and Lassitude Gen eral Debility La Grippe Â¬ Â¬ All work promptly executed and satisfaction guaranteed Etc Etc SELBERT In UNO for 25 years by eminent physlclaux nnd BumeonH In tho United HihIhh und pro Â¬ nounced by them the best TON1U extunt others full it cures where nilyour Drutjglut Try It und bo lor It convinced Aslt 3VrFLr PRICE J ED RAY 100 PER BOTTLE CC GEO A LEWIS 215 217 and 219 St Proprietor Ky Manfs and Proprs PABIW ICY W K AVERILL June 18 lv Solp Ky Agent Clair Street Up Stairs Frankfort Frankfort i Jtoi A MKotjoI i Imi f JCZLi -- L Jwl JLi JLi JLiwaL pCwJ t h r BaaaaswttffliaBagff v SPRING COfiVIE SUITINGS COATINGS INGS AND HATS TROUSER- - EARLY AND MAKE YOUR SELECTION W LJ I I IW ft ircv M HUMPHRIES WWV i t H I 111 TWV If CASSELL May think you know what Luxur-Â¬ ious Cycling means but you dont 1 Further particulars nest week Business is good at this place Eggs 25 cent3 a dozen Born To Elijah Harrod and wife a fine daughter We have a good teacher if we can only hold him which we are trying our best to do Two of the trustees have promised the school to Mr Brambell but one of the trustees dont want him to have it and they are talking of leaving it to the district If they do Mr John B Ingels will get it Apples are beginning to ripen and we will soon have some nice cider Tobacco crons are improving Singing school will be opened here Saturday afternoon deceased No We are having a hot time about our atDone by order of LodgeJune 2205 27th a regular meeting held school 1891 One of our citizens and a gent G D Hancock from Swallowfield came near having Wilder Dupuy a difficulty Wednesday but one was W H Parrent afraid and the other was glad of it Committee general feeling of all connected with the organization Our loss i irrepar aole Taken in his days of usefulness Mr David Norton of St Paul when he was most needed in evory Minn states that his son was entire- Â¬ calling in which he engaged therely blind and had been kept in a dark fore Resolve That we miss him as a wise room an entire year and treated by the best physicians of the city to no counselor in all the deliberations of purpose and all had given him up the Alliance BAlfiW Resolve That we recognize tho saying he would never be any better when they began using what has hand of the Lord and bow submissive- Â¬ Slortfit in iiilckeit tiettvepn proven to be the finest remedy in the ly to His will That under a painful BMMWlTr Atffl iV world for the cure of Inflammation sense of our great loss and the comiikAim iltfKtiilti namely Dr Hales Household Oint- Â¬ mon loss of the community we recOult dlri jt lln between bear- Â¬ ment It was applied directly to the ognize that a faithful standard L U has Fraakfol Georgetown and Paris Car Â¬ boys eyes which soon began to im- Â¬ er in the Bridgeport F prove and to day his sight is entirely fallen lisle Maysville Cptaima Fal Â¬ Resolve That we hereby express to restoied and he is enjoying perfect health owing to the use of the most the deeply afflicted family our un wonderful remedy in the world Dr feigned sympathy and condolence mouth and Covington Hales Household Ointment Sold by that a copy of these resolutions beÂ¬ Phil Carpenter South Side druggist spread upon the records of the Alli- ask sot nja s viv cvr midland ance a copy sent to the Frankfort Roundabout for publication and also a copy sent to the family of the TRAINS Hill SJ CEKTRaT STMMIID TIME Polsgrove Sight is Priceless ft and wont unless you have ridden a tit arnblePl I I Â¬ t JP r f I I v ODUTPUCD 0 DHDCDTC 217 knnnn x j v Â¬ St Clair St FRANKFORT KY If you want an easy riding Saddle buy the Garford No Money ILL We sell it Requited of Responsible Parties to Commence Treatment -- m TIME TABLK MAY A 17 ltlM I MJ A MJ 1 M i Pm No 7 Mixed I TRAINrf K1H KST 5 U Nn Pan 4 5 rH j 06 6 Jl i No Pih 4 00 4 12 4 Lv Fiuiiknut 12 N Answer This Question Why do so many people we see around us seem to prefer to suffer and be made miserable by Indiges tion Constipation Dizziness Loss of Appetite Joming up ot tne rood Yellow Skin when fcr 75c wo will sell them Shilohs Vitalizer guaran- Â¬ teed to cure them Sold by J W Ar Lv Stlln Swltzer orn tuoftfjtmii 0 ttiol V 0 41 li 41 7 lU 7 i Jt 45 4 So G 00 12 25 12 IS 1 07 1 47 Ar Cincinnati Lv JeiTtii Q 7 2o iii ir 7 2i 7 40 7 50 H 1 inn 7 25 15 itievllle Ar Paris Lv d Newtown ieoivetom 0 7 05 7 15 7 H5 7 511 10 41 i 21 92 5 05 3 00 goo 2 2 2 3 5 10 4 SO 5 48 05 25 45 16 Covington Ar Cincinnati Lv 1 PirKvMKC 7 7 4 25 6S7 6 45 5 48 li 25 7 55 Gayle 37 Pins vi n i Cirllsl Winchester 10 50 7 55 8 IS 10 10 11 27 12 10 Â¬ Ar MivsvUle J No said Bertha sadly B M Not Tlie Right Word dosent express what I suiler at these times it is simply anguish I know I ought to consult a physician but I droad it so I cant bring myself to do pain ness in the evening or sweats af fright all or any of these things are the first stages of consumption Dr Ackers English Cough Remedy will cure these fearful symptoms and is sold under a positive guarantee by a J W Gayle Druggist TSIAX TEHRttBLECOOGM In themorning hurried or difficult oroathing raising phlegm tightness in the chest quickened pulse dull Lv PirlsvlaKCl 54H fi 15 Ar Richmond TRAINS WEST K C Â¬ UluNt n Noli Sua Onb 1 m Si 7 20 M It np M 2 No 41 No 8 No 12 Mix Mix Pass r tin train train train I 1W 1 1 Lv Klcliiaoiul Mai I 0 10 7 15 7 in 05 5H I i Purls Lv Mnfsviuo K V Winchester i 2 3S 1 50 3 20 4 10 Educational commencement exercises Carlisle Ar Parln 5 20 fi 50 7 40 Iv Cincinnati K C via Covington Ac l7v tti w I it Then tooj female diseases always seemed too indelicate to me I cant bear to have any one know or apeak of mine but Yes dear answered Edith dont you know you can be cured without going to a physician send tq any druggist for a bottle of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription and take it and I warrant youll feel better in a few days The manufacturers warrant the medicine too They guarantee it to do exactly what it claims viz to cure irregularities loucorrhea painful excessive flowing prolapsus inflam- Â¬ mation or ulceration of the uterus and the innumerable other female weaknesses It so strengthens and builds up the uterine system and nerves that worn out run down wives and mothers feel rejuvenated after taking it and they are saved the painful embarrassment and expense of a surgical examination and a te- Â¬ dious tiresome treatment Â¬ dresses essays and music Wo wish to make this an occasion long to be remembered not only by those di Â¬ rectly interested but by all who may be present at that time There will be a gold and silver medal presented to tho two having tho highest goner al average 20 S 50 fi 8 Centrevllle For the first time in the history of 0 I0 9 02 fi 41 Ntwtoun 7 41 10 02 Franklin county there will be a com Ar ficorgetomi mencoment day for the Graduates of LvCliicl niitlvla 4 00 7 Kl 7 00 Q V r tho common school course in this county Five young ladies and one AMleoiwtown 10 02 10 Hi 71 01 fi 0G 10 lr young man passed the examination L7pirftovti 10 02 lli 02 7 HI 7 2 M ani firoV in 2 u MOSS 7 47 7 F0 prescribed by the State Board of EdSwlter 8 10 II 41 id 41 7 55 ucation and on Friday July 31st vihri 8 40 11 00 11 OH 8 10 wo will have tho commencement ex- Â¬ Ar Fnnltf ercises in the City School Building 8 Nns 2 7 8 nml 12 iltUvu except Sunday These exercises will consist of ad Â¬ ii ml 4 dally Nns inid Sundays only 1 Paris Paris 15 37 l 2 20 a iii fi 20 4 SO 01 8 HO 114 00 5 10 5 40 fi Â¬ Bronchitis Ouinrrh Cough Rheumaiism all diseases of the Stomach Bowels Rectum Liver Kidneys Bladder Sexual Organs Heart Nerves and Brain disease of the Eye and Ear Deformities etc HE WILL BE AT THE an Kos UKORON aid SPECIALIST of Cincinnati O formerly Resi Â¬ of thf PiiiLAuniPiiiv Gknbral Hoshtal and Physician-in-Chakni mo Ohio Mdical Institutk has for tliirtv vear devoted his attention to the iKMiituiit of OHROtJIC NERVOUS FEMALE AND SUHGIOAL DISEASES euch The-- Mrll dent Pmviuv kiitwn oi 1 IIOnVtHKUHOV Aitent GEO n H VTlPrf da i s unrlitimilent VERNON CLAHK UeuerO PHvnser Acent CLAUDi BOWLS City Ticket Anent v u o vvwra ky CAPTTAL H T C2rS And everyfourwh wci k tlifreclter 3D i FRANKFORT KY WEDNESDAY AUG ifiy OISTXj 5 risin frankkuut County Superintendent Linymum sill 4 Consultation mid Examinnrn Free The dolek ana direct rout from TO ARKANSAS JtliD m W m OUR VERY BEST PEO Â¬ PLE Canker mouth and Diphtheria Headache With each bottle there One hundml and ofir mUw is an ingenious nasal Injector for tho more successful treatment cf these SHORTEST TO LITTLE U0CK complaints without extra charge 37 Price 60c Sold by J W Gayle And tbe osti rnt A SHILOHS CATARRH REMEDY A marvelous euro for Catarrh LOUISVILLE TEXRS Confirm our statement when we say that Dr Ackers English Remedy ia in every way superior te any and all other preparations for the Throat and Lungs In Whooping Cough and Group it is maglo and relieves at once We offer you a sample bottle froo Remember this Remedy is sold on a positive guarantee jr W Gayle Druggist 9 DUTY TO YOURSfitF Without Change of Cars It is surprising that people will use U rou sv emu to mulKralA to a common ordinary pill when they secure a valuable English one for can tho same money Dr Ackers Eng Â¬ Sherman Dallas Fort Worth lish pilla aro a positive ouro for siok Austin Houatin hoadaoho and all liver troubles They d6 Tbl l tn aro nmall swoot easily taken and not gripe 9 Resolutions of Respect The following resolutions were adopted by the Bridgeport Farmers Alliance J W Gayle Druggist CHEAPEST AN I KKST UOLTK to Steam Bread and Rolls at Klebors Nu chanici- - ut with MONTGOMERY M08TTE MEMPHK For Sale A brood mare with Whereas On the evening of June suckling mule colt prico 60 In- Â¬ 37 tf the 17th 1891 Ohas M Jenkins was quire on Arnolds Hill accidentally killed by a load from a double barrel shot gun that wo have lost a faithful member is the Children Cry for Pitchers Castorla iu AKD NEW ORLEANS ITor further Inform Ailnn mtarM c hi mii patwo ke OPTA LUKvit lR I ill ii KRNTIICXt Returning Every Fourth Week Thereafter CONSULTATION AM EXABIIXATIO IS FRLSaud ho will tiitmptly tell yoa nil about your dlst nso uud tho prospects of u cure Ixe undertakes no incurable cates liAWIlM filleted with un of tho ills peculiar to their sex mny consult hlni with ecr- fect contlUeuce una tuo absurauce of ceitnln icllef and permanoiit cine Their easeii will locelvu that Kind and considerate attention which all will appreciate His tivatinont aiwayH proves saiisiaciory incru neaimeni is seldom necessary Ovulun Tumors lu their earlier stages cuied v ihout pnln or instrumental Inte foreucc SlorJiUy li usually tho result ot eniolessnes s or linonnme It can bo lemedled cured by a never fulllui treatment ilppiiyor UcuCnctis many cases can bo cuied 4imccrH permanently removed tiom the mot delicate organa by our own peculiar method llttlo or no pain no loss of blood no hidfeor fnulic the on In positive cure Stricture Varicocele HljUroceiO Upcrtrutorrlicu and all upniiluiui discharges perinuueatly cured MKNof nil ages whosuirer from Indiscretions nnd excesses vtll benefit by our connstl and tit iitment If they observo cortnln sedlinonts in tho urine or irritation of tho urinary We restore all such cases oaians liioy should consult us without delay Th doctor treats with mailing success nil forms of Rectal I1hchhc such as Piles Rowel by Fistula 1iHNiiro and Ulceration of theHe guarantees a method ot his own discovery all cases without puln or detontlon fiom business urly Interference Is consldored tho best of judcmonl in all cases and saves tlmo money and lcalth Tho riicccss attained la tho treatment of tho cases which he makes his specialty is truly phenomenal IVouilerful Cures havo been efloctod lu old and difficult cases which havo baffled the etfortsof all others As his rooms aro usually crowded It Is bottor to call early lu tho day to avoid being duayed Persons consulting him should bring from two to four ounces of their urine in a clean bottlo tor examination Patlonts treated by mall or express butwbeu posslblo personal consultation 1b prefer Â¬ able List of Questions sent on application All Consultations Correspondence and Cases Strictly Confidential Treatment sent C 0 to any part ot the United Hinit and Canada Address ud votiagc or rtxly t Iitt I y Sr 0 H 2J0OHAr 2os 703 Cincinnati 0 i Ti tfltiW f fllTH fHIMgMll iTht ii Al TMBiWiBluiiliiii 1 10 ICRUTCHER ML STARKS ak lTJJIWTTnjWTtTa o jf re 4 x aztJESiiLX rf IWitiri jpijiRy1pvr Wlytp MT aum II W TBlltil tfk - v I Summer Clearance ts Kli it IPMTMIT t ii 1 a fc 0 A V ClOIHl Depaitpl Jacket and w ill go 3D Ha OE E i 72 Childrens Suits Department Ladies Pine Shoes 65 dozen Mons and Boys Outing Cloth Shirts Pants goat 75c 63 Mens and Boys f c Striped Coats only 25 c 32 Childrens Suits go at 1 at 25c 25 were 2 00 153 Childrens Suits go at 1 50 3 00 2 50 2 00 worth double the money 153 Mens Striped and f c Plaid Suits only 4 00 sold every where for 7 00 20 dozen Mens Fine Cotton DraYers go at 25c 120 dozen Mens Sox only 5c i 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 I 32 dozen Mens Suspenders go at 15c 33 dozen Childrens Calico Shirt Waists go at 25c Genuine All Wool Scotch Cassi mere Suits Sacks and Frocks go at 7 50 sold readily last season for 15 00 H 8 00 21 dozen Childrens Outing Cloth Shirt Waists go at 30c i j ti 10 dozen Mens Undershirts go at only 20c 30 dozen Mens Fine only 10c 25c 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 a very large as- Â¬ sortment Black Cheviot f c Cas simeres beautiful suits worth 18 00 at other 13 50 to houses to10 00 f c Border Handkerchiefs Splendid values vC5 w See our Great Assortment of Neckwear 15 Mf doz Mens Blue Camlets Pants go at50c 15 dozen Harvest Hats only 5c Thousands of other styles and prices cut all along the line s --V m U TC JEL JilJAr GR hM- --- SI ARKS Fourth Jefferson LOUISVILLE m Wiv 1 iB 1 1 M 1 y LYiaiii street --j rVo a TwrrrTrTrr ritDzi11 xij Mtvj- Mil -