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VflGaWlllRfeAMWId Mn Vi ST THE JjRAMFOET JKOlfflDABOlTT JEO A ri LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS KY TERAIrf tflUU In Advance Volume XIV An Important Matter Druggists everywhere report thafc the Bales of the Restorative Nervine a nerve food and medicine are as Â¬ tonishing exceeding anything they ever had while it gives universal sat- Â¬ isfaction in headache nervousness sleeplessness sexual debility bnok acho poor memory fits dizziness Co Troy N Y etc L Burton Murphy of Battle Creek Ambery Co of Mich 0 B Woodworth Port Wayne Ind and hundreds or others state that they never handled any medicine which sold so rapidly or gave such satisfaction Trial bot- Â¬ tles of this great medicine and book on JNorvous uisoases iree at J w Gayles who guarantees and recom Â¬ S mends it Highest of all in FRANKFORT livening Power JULY II 1891 U S Govt Report Aug vj 1889 It iPstys Baking Powder turn -- Number 44 to BTj sf ifoim- - m ABSOLUTELY PURE party issue the Courier Journal sees lit to furl her banners and will now no doubt find time to discuss politi- Â¬ cal questions Small sheets should take warning Italian peddlers some timesvisitthis section and make it a point to insult ladies who refuse to purchase their spurious wares when ever thero are no gentlemen about There is a small dose of New Orleans physic ready which will be lavishly admin- Â¬ istered if opportunity presents itself We have just received from a sis Â¬ ter in Japan what is said to be a good likeness of the Mikado wife and child Judging from the picture we are not at all surprised that he should be so zealous in an effort to introduce Western civilizatiou into his king dom Both the Mikado and the Prince have very intelligent counte- Â¬ nances while the Empress has a sleepy dreamy appearance R K McCLURE WHO FOR THE Folsjjrove Mrs Kittle McDonald has been on the sick list but is better at this writ Â¬ that the new Constitution is not a Only 13 to Old Point Com Â¬ fort Va and Re Â¬ ing r sv Mrs John Harrod who has been on the sick list for the past three weeks is improving Mr Hoi Pool is also on the sick list but is better and able to work some at his trade There is talk of a called meeting of the members 01 alt Uarmel Jhurch for the purpose of raising funds for repairs which are needed very badly Good people attend Miss Dollio iMobley has not yet re- turned from visiting friends and rela- Â¬ G W Barney tives near Carrollton W H Boswell G A Delong Mr and Mrs Wm Combs have Chas L Brown G P A been visiting friends and relatives Lexington Ky since the 4th at Monterey BULLDOFUS Mr Birdie Harrod spent the 4th in JFrankfort with his best girl WE CAS AND DO Tlie Secret of His Wealth Miss Minnie Gulley has returned Guarantee Dr Ackers Blood Elixir from Gratz where she has been visit- Â¬ demonstrated to A millionaire said the secret of for it has been fullycountry Mrs Woodfleld reing relatives the people of this that it is my wealth is in the word turned home with her to spend a few preparations and the secret of my health is in the superior to all othera positive cure for weeks for By this last ho olood diseases It is word Mr and Mrs James L Rupe are meant Dr Sage whose Catarrh syphilitic poisoning Ulcers Erup- Â¬ visiting Mr and Mrs George Pulliam Remedy cured him of one of the tions and Pimples It purines the on Tadpole worst cases of Catarrh and thereby whole system and thoroughly builds Mr and Mrs William Hutcherson saved him from much suffering and up the constitution 9 J W Gaylb Druggist premature death enabling him to spent the 4th at Monterey make his millions and enjoy life Mr Walter F Rupe the painter The cures made by this medicine are For Rent The two story brick has returned from a years stay in simply wonderful residence on Washington street Indianapolis Ind and is now en- Â¬ known as the First Presbyterian gaged painting and papering Mr Persons living in the country can Parsonage Possession given April Those need Will Longs house ing painting done will be wise to get get bread and rolls fresh every day 1st Apply to H H Watson orJ W 39 tf 27 tf at M Busams Pruett Walter to do their work Master Ranch Pulliam is becoming a ohampion banjo picker The glorious 4th will long be re- Â¬ membered by those who attended tthe Greenwell picnic at the Green Tvell grounds given by Mr John Riley Every thing was lovely until about 4 oclock when a tremendous A classical and English School for boys and young men fight took place Mr Bub Jones was severely cut across the forehead with The Third Annual Session begins Monday Sept 7 1S91 a rock nearly four inches long Sev- Â¬ For terms etc address eral others received slight bruises but not worth mentioning Their conduct was a disgrace to the county Whisky the cause -- On Tuesday July 21st a snecial train will be run to Old Point Com- Â¬ fort from Lexington under the aus- Â¬ pices of tho Missionary Society of the Main street Christian Church Only 13 for tho round trip and special low rates at the Hygeia Hotel for those who go on this excursion Make your arrangements to go as Is now receiving and opening the LARGEST AND MOST COM- this will bo tho cheapest and most if liinis ol ladies mens- misses and childrens desirable excursion from Lexington this season Tickets good to return until August 8th and holders may stop at any of the Virginia resorts on return trip For explanatory circular see or ad- Â¬ dress any railroad agent or LiH - SH O E S times i In Frankfort all of which will be sold at prices to suit the i i we nave Â¬ J HATS HATS For men boys and children DERBY STRAW AND FELT Â¬ FRANKFORT MALE ACADEMY Books and Stationery Remember the old stand People fail in many ways In busi Â¬ ness In morality in religion in hap- Â¬ piness and in health A weak heart Is often an unsuspected cause in fail- Â¬ ure in life If the blood does not cir culate properly in the lungs there is shortness of breath asthma etc in tthe brain dizziness headache etc in the stomach wind pain indiges Â¬ tion faint spells etc in the liver FaJluresla Ufe June6 3m ndrew IFiiller Case Ky Frankfort 212 ST CLAIR ST And go there when you want to buy A CHILD KILUSD Another child killed by the use of opiates given in the form of Soothing Why mothers give their Syrup children such deadly poison is surpris Â¬ ing when thoy can relieve tho child of its peculiar troubles by using Dr Ackers Baby Soother ItcontauiBno opium or morphine Scl by the loft side shoulder and stomach is 9 J W Gayle Druggist caused byheurt strain For all these maladies Dr Miles New Cure for tho avail heart and lungs is tho best remedy ofThose wishing toto takethemselves Sold guaranteed and recommended thotho opportunity during lessons on tho sum by J W Gaylo Frankfort Ky Trea Â¬ merviolin or pianoeither see mo or months can 3 tise free leave word at tho residence of Mr Sol Harris No 228 Main street Â¬ 3MEastixi IS THE JEiIX3LOj iros SuLiroygs grio Boad Osorfcs TLaxit 7w Obg oxis SSHKESSSH PLiLCZl POS Bros Plieatons tnd w f s Wifl Jett 40 tf Prop Siqnor Blitz Mrs B W Thompson is quite sick Lost A small bunch of latch koys Mr Vandorventor lost an infant with brass chain attached Tho flnuor child last week will bo rewarded upon leaving tho Tho Misses Long of Frankfort vis aamo at this ofllco ited Miss Maggie ODonnell last Â¬ al h celebrated with feasting and danc- Â¬ ing We have boon threatened with a severe drouth but Tuesday brought ub a timely shower and Hayseed in once more happy Wheat is not so good an at first ex Â¬ pected though the crop is above an average yield Some crops havo been sold at eighty cents per bushel Since all good citizens both Repub- Â¬ licans and Democrats have concluded shore L A Trumbo Esq will mako a business trip to Louisville during this week It is believed that the freetrader will survive his absence Our town celebrated the glorious fourth with a game of ball and one or two bloody noses The colored citizens 01 uucker Mrs Riggan of Louisville who has been visiting Mrs B W Thompson left Monday afternoon for tho sea taining five rooms situated on Gross street South Side Delightful loca- Â¬ tion and all necessary conveniences Apply to Mrs Mary Brown Day 32 tf State Librarian For Sale or Rent Cottage con- Â¬ WHtfra P 1 uy tw Dont Forget the finest trains in tho world between Louisville and St Louis Trains leaving at 810 a m dally equipped If yon aro going west that tho at Louis Air Lino run Louisville fI i with Pullman perfected safty steam heated day coaohos parlor and din Â¬ ing cars Trains leaving Loulsvlllo at 015 p m equipped with day coaches and Pullman drawing room sleepers If you wish comfort safty and quick time bo sure and call for tick ets via tho Air Lino Any information regarding maps rates etc will bo promptly furnished by writing to B L 10 H PI r0 r All styles of hand made Harness Saddles Buggy Dusters Fly Nets Horse Boots and other Turf Goods tf Trav Pass Agt Bryant Louisville Ky i I r 3Liriivtv ivr ir 1 jiVa Jslt ujuiiZX fiTwiillIMUvK has been visiting Miss Rosa Stewart returned home Monday afternoon Miss Susie Tobin has roturned from Mrs John Haydon is quite ill at the a trip to Lebanon residence of her husband coraer MIbb Laura Hughes is visiting Shelby and Todd streots South Side friends in Lexington Mr R D Denson rife and son of Mrs Sarah McKee of Covington Louisville who have been visiting is visiting relatives in this city relatives here returned homo Mon Â¬ Miss Sallio Green of Louisville i day the gueBt of Miss Lizzie Hudson Little Miss Janie Lewis of GeorgeMiss Katyo Coleman of Louisville town is visiting her aunt Miss Mary P Lewis at Belair Stock Farm thiB is visiting friends in this county Mr Ed Claassen returned Tuesday county from a business trip to Cincinnati Rev Dr J McClusky Blayney and Mr Fall Taylor of Louisville spent sons Messrs Lindsey and Mac left Sunday in this city with his mother Monday afternoon for Hartland Wis- Â¬ Judge William Lindsay and wife consin Miss Annie and Mary Watts Brown leave next week for a trip to Europe left Wednesday afternoon to visit Miss Emma Wilson left Monday morning to visit friends in Hart count- Mrs LaFayette Green in Grayson Â¬ Personal TlieNcw Business College y- Miss Eva Mncklin returned Thurs- Â¬ day from a visit to friends in Lexington Mr D L Haly and daughter left Wednesday for French Lick Springs Ind Miss Eliza Reed of Louisville is visiting friends and relatives in this city Hon John Barret Postmaster in Louisville spent Wednesday in this city Mrs S B Holmes and children are visiting Mrs I N Card well in Win- Â¬ chester Miss Isabella Lindsey has returned from Colorado where she spent the winter Misses Junie and Lucy DeArmit of Pittsburg are visiting Mrs Thos Tanner Master Will E Megraw of Pittsburg is visiting his cousin Mrs Thos Tanner Miss Kate Strauss of Louisville pent the past week with the Misses Â¬ There is no doubt that it would be much better for every man to secure a classical education but we find only a few that have either the time or means to attend a first class col lego long enough to secure the same though it is in the reach of all to at Â¬ tend the Capital City Business Col lego and thus prepare for the work that must be done to make life a suc cess The man that starts out in the world without a profession or a busi Â¬ ness education must depend entirely upon his physical labor though he may have all the requirements of a fine business man save education Tho 0 C B 0 is a homo institu Â¬ tion and should be patronized Satisfaction is guaranteed and one desir ing a business education can do no county better than attend this school for it Senator and Mrs Carlisle who have will bo conducted by specialists in been the guests of Mr and Mrs Wil- each department See advertisment liam M Saffell have returned to Cov- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ W I hi UM for Infants and Children ewes Colic Constrpadon Boot Stomach Diarrhoea Eructation Kills Worms gives sleep and promotes aU Wlthoutinjurious medication CMterla ta K weD Adapted to children that I recommend it aa superior to any prescription H A Axchxb H D known to mo Ill So Oxford Bt Brooklyn N T The use of Castorla1 is so universal and its merits so well known that it seems a work Few are tho of supererogation to endorse itkeep Castorla intelligent families who do not easy reach within New York City Late Pastor Bloomincdale Eef onned Church Castor For several years I have recommended your Cantoris and shall always continue to so as it hag invariably produced beneficial do results Edwin F PAnnn V D The Winthrop lS5th Street and 7th Ave New York City 77 Tmt Csxtauk Coimurr Muwuy Stbmt Nkw Tome Weitzel Miss Mollie Berryman has returned from an extended visit to friends in St Louis Mr George Hunt leaves to day for Greenville Mississippi to viBit his parents Mr Frank K Rodman wife and child of Cincinnati spent Sunday in this city Mrs Tom Griffin and child of Louisville are visiting relatives in this city Mrs Helen McClure and children are visiting her parents in Stamping j Ground Hon Green R Keller editor of the Carlisle Murcury was in the city health Thursday Mrs J J Brooks of Richmond Miss Selena Harris returned Friday who has been visiting friends in this from an extended visit to relatives in city and county returned home Mon Â¬ day accompanied by her father Mr Louisville Woodford Longmoor has re- ME Jett Mrs turned from a visit to relatives in Mrs II K Brawner and two daugh Â¬ ters Misses Agnes and Clara left Cynthiana Miss Katie Nelson of Salvisa is Wednesday morning for a two weeks visiting her aunt Mrs C 0 Furr on sojourn with relatives and friends at New Liberty Owen county Third street Mrs D M Woodson and daughMiss Ada Gaines of Maysville is ters Misses Alene and Ellen T who visiting Miss Minnie VanDerveer on hove been making their homo in Shelby street Miss Rebecca Johnson has returned Marshall Missouri for the past eight from a visit to Miss Jessie Richards months are in tho city visiting Mrs L 0 Woods in Louisville Miss Alice Stone of Greenville Misses Emma Sutclifle and Carrie Weitzel left Thursday morning for a Mississippi and Miss Lillian Stone of Jackson Mississippi who have trip to Chicago L M Scott and wife who have been visiting relatives here for the Dr been visiting relatives here left Mon Â¬ past month will leave this morning for their homes day for Eminence Mrs 0 D Pattie and daughter Mr Hugh Ayers Daniel of Cincin- Â¬ nati is visiting his parents Capt G Miss Mary who have been visiting relatives in this city and county the W Daniel and wife past two weeks returned to their Miss Maud WiJ6n left Thursday to home in Richmond Tuesday accom- Â¬ ipend the summer with her parents panied by Mrs Eugene M Williama in AberdeenOhio of this city who will be their gueBt Mr R j Green and wife who have for the next two weeks Col and Mrs Thos H Corbett went been vising relatives in Covington to Pinevillo Wednesday to visit their have returned home Mrla J S Minary of St Louis who son Hal Corbett They go thence to has been visiting friends hero left Manchester to visit their other Bon Jake Corbett who with his brother Monday for Versailles moun- Â¬ rising attorney in Hal Mrs James Blackburn of Wash tains is a Eastern Kentucky the Cor- Â¬ The of ington City is visiting her father bett boys are employed by a wealthy Judge George W Oraddock syndicate of New York to pass upon Bell of Georgetown titles to land purchased by the synMiss Fannio dicate who has been visiting Miss Janie De Now Try Tills honey has returned home Itwillcost younothingandwillsure Miss Merrie Gillum returned Thurs ly do you good if you have a Cough day from a visit to relatives at Rus Cold or any trouble with Throat sellville and Bowling Green Chest or Lungs Dr Kings New Dis Mr John P Starks and wife of covery for Consumption Coughs and Colds guaranteed Louisville spent several days in the moneyiswill be paid to give relief or back Sufferers city this woek visiting friends from La Grippe found it just the Miss Dasie Dean Stanton of Mays thing and under its uso had a speedy recovery Try a sample ille is visiting her cousins the and perfect expense and learn for bottle at our issea Stanton on Second street yourself just how good a thing it is Miss Anna B VanDerveer of Ham Â¬ Trialbottlesfree at Phil Carpenters Drug Store Large size 50c 100 ilton Ohio is visiting her sister Mrs 3 John W Milam on Clinton street Miss Rosa Gorin of Louisville who Children Cry for Pitchers Castorla Â¬ Â¬ This is beyond question the most succes3ful Cough Medicine wo have ever sold a few doses invariably cure tho worst cases of Cough Croup and Bronchitis while its won Â¬ H j derful success in tho euro of Con- Â¬ sumption is without a parallel in the KB EL E bbs fl cr I 1 history of medicine Since its first discovery it has been sold on a guarantee a test which no other If you have a Mrs Mollie Moore and Miss Sallie medicine can stand cough we earnestly ask you to try it Â¬ Rawlins of Rowan county are visit 10c 50c and 81 If your lungs ing Mrs G W Daniel Cross street Price are sore chest or back iame use South Side Shilohs Porous Plaster Sold by J A SURE AND CERTAIN CURE KNOWN FOR 15 YEARS AS 37 Mr William Eubanks little baby W Gayle THE BEST REMEDY FOR PILES o who has been lying at the point of PREPARED Br RICHARDSON TAYLOR MEDCO ST LOUIS MO Progressing Slowly death for several days was a little better yesterday The trial of tho cases of tho Commonwealth vs The Bondsmen of Jas Mrs Judge Wm Lindsay returned JMY-EYE-S-EE Wednesday from a sojourn of sever- W Tate State Treasurer for the ajjnjjKaHnsfu JPY term from January 1 18S2 to January al weeks at Ashville and other points Mr J I Cash Hickory Grovri Farm lirnm 1 1881 is progressing very slowly in North Carolina of Racine WUayt Altr Uiin every lenown remedy licimntd u luij i luuiti Judge Montfort received a letter Mrs Cornelia Bush of Louisville of t o years standing1 from u U yen oi J uUy i only with three applications ot who has been visiting her daughter Sunday notifying him that his sister was lying at the point of death Mrs George F Berry returned home at her home in Indiana and the court Thursday morning was adjourned over from Monday unItlstliebestprepnratlonlhnvcevcrueiior caul Misses Minnie VanDerveer and of I hcurtiiy recommend it to all llo trict til Wednesday in order to give him a Ruth Stanton returned Monday from chance to visit her Wednesday the TTWavc hundreds of such testimonial a three weeks visit to Miss Laura hearing of evidence was resumed and W8WM Ifl a TErrsra 4k Price 5153 licotiie Askyourdrusgietforlt Lindsey at Mt Sterling lcts net km ilthimlusiWcHtuiupacrLlKcr frrtrluUi- was closed yesterday Every move uiyWjKiiii CO Whitehall N V KDIY Mrs William M Holeman and was closely watched by the at iiCBeiiiitncticcfBatitnsstiir- daughter Miss Jessie of Louisville torneys on both sides and whole who have been visiting relatives here days consumed in arguing the returned home Monday morning M Wffl question as to whether or not a wit Â¬ Judge Caswell Bennett wife and ness should bo allowed to answer a daughter little Miss Virginia and certain question The argument was Mrs Dulaney left Monday for Wes- begun yesterday tern Kentucky to spend the summer Changes of Climate Mrs Duke Smith has gone to New Kill moro peoplo than is generally known York and will sail from that point Particularly Is tills the case lu instances whero next weok for Berlin Germany to the constitution is delicate and among our new homes in visit her father who is in verj bad lmmlgraut population seekingand where ma- Â¬ West portions of ington Littlo Miss Mary McCarney of Lexington who has been visiting Mrs R H Gayle returned home yesterday Misses Sue and Mamie Morris and Maggie May Thomason returned Thursday morning from a visit to Lexington N Consumption Slulohs Cure hbF JE li rV - J He Mt t I CURES NOTHING BUT PILES Â¬ Â¬ WH Jay-Eye-S- Â¬ MjOuW k QUINirS MTSillM J Â¬ m fP fffrlslsf iwsf Aiscni- r WW stales 32-AuOXZO- -XJ Plumber GasStearn Fitter AND DEALER IN- - those the larial and tjpliold levers prevail at certain seasons ol tho year Iho best preparative tor change of climate or ot diet and water which that chaiiRO necessitates is Hostettors Stom Â¬ ach liitters which not only fortifies the sys- Â¬ tem against malaria a vinuhlu temperature damp and tun debilitating eifects of tropical heat nut is also the leading remedy forson stlputlon dyspepsia liver complaint bodily troubles specially apt to attack emigrants and visitors to leglo s w fir tho equator mariners and tourists Whether iisou us a safeguard by sea voyagers travelers by land miners or of asrlculturlsts In newly populated districts this Hue specific has elicited the most favor able testimony Â¬ Gas Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Closets IPEJ AND FITTINGS ETO STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO JOB AND CONTRACT WORK ALL WORK GUARANTEED FRANKFORT In rear of Salendors Grocery KENTUKOY SSeatii of Mrs CasseSl Thursday evening at her residence on Conway street after an illnebs of only twenty four hours with heart disease She had been in her usual Kood health until Wednesday when she wa3 taken ill but until late Thurs day afternoon her condition was not considered serious and her death was a great shock to her family and friends The funeral took place yes terdav afternoon from the house and was conducted by Rev W G Neville of tho Southorn Presbyterian Church A Col Mrs Matilda Cassell mother of Mr John H Cassell of the firm of Cassell died Hudson Humphries SPIr JOEIT T ETOKLEY Queenswnre and Fancy China Tea Sets 56 pieces 53 Pinner Sets fioin 850111 Tlie larg- Â¬ est stock 111 Central Kentucky to select presents from Stoves Tinware and Home Furnishing Goods Cook Stoves from 475 up Heating Stove from 3 up Plumbing and Gas Fitting Tin Roofing and Gutteiing Job work of all kinds in both branches done promptly aud guaranteed to be first class I have the largest stock in my different lines to be found in Central Kentucky and at prices that arc beyond all competitors Give me a call Nice Colt Â¬ Â¬ one of the flnost young trotters in this section Ho is by Norvel 217 out of Meter dam of Old Crow and other good ones He is a dark bay almost the imago of his sire and just Col Berry calls him a year old John G Carlisle in honor of the The colt Senator from Kentucky has never been trained but shows a good gait to the halter Hiram Berry is the owner of JOHN T BUCKLEY JACOB S WIG JERT CO Have Removed From the Baltzel Building OUST 3 Oil What a Cough the Will you heed the warning signal perhaps of the sure approach of that more terrible disease Con- Â¬ sumption Ask yourself if you can afford for tho sake of Baving 50c to run tne riBK anu ao nowiin ior it Wo know from experience that Shilohs Cure will cure your cough It never fails This explains why more than a Million Bottles were sold the past year It relieves croup and whooping cough at once Mothers do not be without it For larao back side or chest use Shilohs W Sold by J Porous Plaster H101 STEBET TO MD 102 MN STREETS I3iT Baiement nf the Capital Hot e1- - HThey will fill this space with an entirely new advertisement in a Gayle 37 short time bbbhbhbhbhmhbmh wmm 3 ttxt lr BlUr MB r B 1 K r LV BO r gy ft t l IV I K rf convalescent Mr Taylor Carter was badly bitten Judge Wm Lindsay of this city by a dog last Friday supposed to bo wao interviewed by a reporter for rabid When the madstono was the Louisville Post recently and gave applied however it failed to adhere the following as his opinion of the and we aro very hopeful that nil will bo well new Constitution There will be a lecture at North What in you opinion aro the feat Â¬ ures which commend it was asked Fork Church Wednesday night July 15th by Rev E S Alderman on of the Judge Well let me flay to begin with a popular subjeot for the benefit of tho Ladies that I was opposed to the culling of a 25 cents Aid Society Admission Convention Constitutional I saw in the drift of affairs a conflict between Preaching at North Fork Church capital and those people who con Â¬ 1st and 3d bundays of oach month at sidered their interests inimicable to 11 oclock a ni Services conducted aggregated wealth and I feared that by Rev J M Fowler pastor one or the other would get control of trie body and would abuse its power Educational in shaping the organic law The convention as is well known was There were sixteen applicants pervaded by a strong by sentiment but in looking over white examined last Friday with the the County Board of its work I was very agreeably sur Â¬ following results Examiners lBt class Number of prised at the moderate use that was made of its power What was done certificates issued 2 number of 2d was in the direction of preventing class 6 failed 2 pioparing the proWe are corporations from abusing their pow--er- s gramme now our commencement for Now to the bill of particulars In exercises on the 31st inst and will of it ready for the the first is the open clauso by which have paper The publicnext issue cor- Â¬ will be the constitution may be amended as this welcomed and no doubt de- Â¬ dially experience points out the necessity lightfully entertained on that oc- Â¬ This clause is open enough to be practicable and tight enough to give casion regret to hear of the death of We stability to the organic law You our young friend Noel Lee He was dont want your constitution as sub one for whom we had the highest ceptiblo to change as your statutes true as regards Then there is the Judicial depart steel as a Asa friend he wasfaithful teacher honest ment The Appellate branch of it is as a young man an not what I would like to have seen and earnest all young men could on the pres Â¬ example that but it is an improvement and profit by ent system and is easy toaaend in followshall miss him it our annual at We case it doesnt work satisfactorily It reunion and as we drop the sympa- Â¬ would be more difficult to change tlio Circuit Court arrangement with its thetic tear with the bereaved ones let thirty or more judges but it seems us hope that our loss is hiB eternal to be what is generally wanted My gain County Superintendent idea of what an Appellate Court sys tem out to be well that would take Advertised Letters too long to explain and besides would lead away from the subject of Below will be found a list of advertised the new constitution which we have letters for the week ending July 11th under consideration Then there aro the changes in the 1891 King Charles T Legislative department While I Brinian Johnie Katz Clemens think the limitations of the system Beard Luoy Kribs Fritz so far as local matters are concerned Barkly Lottie List Miss A may go farther than was desirable Barry Price yet the limitations on special legisla- Bowels Mrs Sarah Pearson Harry tion are indispensable to making the Campbell Arohie P Quincy Henry Kittis W H Genet al Assembly a real legislative Dalton Isaiah Snelgton Miss Grace body and if it turns out that the Dabdley Mrs Sexton Hirian constitution goes too far in these re- Davis M C Sorher Miss Lula spects no great harm can come in the Gould S S Webber A P 2 next eight or ten years if we havo no Hays Jno Williams Mrs Mary more of this character of legislation durincr that time When calling for those letters say ad Â¬ I think that the general system of vertised taxation proposed by tne new instru J M SaffeiiL merit is likely to result in a more uni Postmaster form and equal apportionment of taxation than we have heretofore Itliles Nerve and LIver had And while it may be doubtful Pills whether it wouldnt have been better An important discovery They act to have permitted localities to assist on the liver stomach and bowels in the building of railroads in which through the nerves A new principle they have a special interest it is betbilliousness bad ter to abolish that power than have it They speedily curepiles and constipa- Â¬ subject to the abuses that have grown taste torpid liver men women and tion Splendid for up under the existing constitution children Smallest mildest surest Well there is the secret ballot It at doses for 25 is rather against my instincts and 50 W Gayles cents Samples free ly 45 Frankfort Ky judgment but it has operated well in J - O other States and it was absolutely To save handling his goods Bucknecessary to do something in the in in prices on terest of honest elections I think ley will make a big cut for the next there can be no doubt that the large every thing he carries majority of the people are in favor of thirty days Come and look and if you find anything you want the price jjiving it a trial I think that most of the exceptions will be made to suit you All sales that have been taken to the new con- made at cost prices will be for cash stitution are rather captious than only substantial and four or five provisions that appear to be really objec- Â¬ Free Concerts tionable can be cured through the open clauses as rapidly as their evil Waxeys Lexington band will give results if any there should be are free concerts at Orutcher Starkr developed And upon the whole I this morning afternoon and evening think it is for all of the people to settle this question of constitutional re- Â¬ All are invited to call and hear the form by the adoption of the proposed music whether they desire to pur document which to say the least is or not a fairly good instrument and very chase much better suited to the present DR ACKERS ISNG2LXS2I condition of affairs than our existing PILLS organic law I see nothing in the proposed con- Are active and pure For sick headÂ¬ stitution that is likely to interfere ache disordered stomach loss of ap-Â¬ with legitimate progress or to disbad complexion and billious- Â¬ courage the investment of capital in petitethey have never been equaled ness Kentucky interest The truth is or abroad weve been discounting the futuro either in America Gayle Druggist 9 J W during tho last four or five years to a m t a degree that is not entirely healthy Buckle v will for tho next thirtv and with or without constitutional changes well have to chock specula Â¬ days sell at reduced prices to cut tion until we can realize some of tho down stock before commoncing to anticipations weve been going in change his store room m debt for as though we already had tho Aug i st 1891 futuro in hand anti-corporatio- T1tflFAfc- awt riiaaiB uiuusajn tfllalA T i t 1 at KnAn svltltn fllnl oiuiv ijuiud 4 Urt pM vruwny iuu nnat1 Tlnnlr laj nnw I I -- FOR LOW PRICES CALL ON- - C E COLLINS x3B AXiE3is Glass Oils and Mixed xasr BRO Steel Belting Sash Hariwaref Wall Paper and Decorations Lime Plaster Cement Paints Harass Iron ZToors Blinds dec o wcLer Sliot a aad Sliells QSBOlUia H90HWS sie wee ALSO A FULL LINE OF jstid ifulttie fx3el BROADWAY AMD LEWIS n Â¬ -- -- Â¬ GRASS ROUTE the money Theyro willing to tako Shortestand Quickest routerroui tho risk you ought to be glad to take tho medicine CENTRAL KEiSXTJCIiY Its the cheapest medicine you LOOK AT THESE PRICES can buy because its guaranteed to TO ALL FOINTS give satisfaction or your money is A bed room suit cheval dresser returned IIITI E15T WEST Hi SOOIflWKI You only pay for the good you 18x40 inch French bevel mirror FAST LINE BETWEEN Can you ask more got 16th century finish 25 Thats the peculiar plan all Dr LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI Pierces medicines are sold on A 16th century finish suit chevSCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 10TH 1891 al dresser 18x30 inch French Capital City Business College bevel Mirror 22 Â¬ MAIN AND LEWIS usual war 43 ly reverse to pay a its just tho patient when you cant euro him Nevertheless thats whats done by tho proprietors of Dr Sages Ca Â¬ They promise to tarrh Remedy GOOD SHELBY COUNTY FARM WITII OR pay you 8500 if thoy cant cure A without growing crop situated near Hattott 41 acres good your catarrh no matter how bad Ky containing Apply with premisesdwelling and on the to tho oase It isnt mcro talk its outbuildings JOHN W SA RUE NT or to CHAS F EXUM bushiest You can satisfy yourself June 13 4t Frankfort Ky of it if youre interested And you ought to be if you havo catarrh Its faith in their medicine thats behind tho offer It has cured thousands of tho worst cases when everything else failed You can bo cured too If you cant you get It isnH the FORSALR URNITURE Assignees Notice A LL PERSONS KNOWING THEMSELVES IN debted to the firm of B H McCoy Co as Â¬ signed are requested to come forward and settle their Indebtedness And the jredltors of said firm are hereby notified to present their claims to the undersigned proven as required by law on or before July 1st 1891 J W GAYLE Assignee of B U McCoy Co Mar 2S 3m tl Kentucky Central Railway BLUB Â¬ -- ber 1891 Night session open second Mondiiy Send for prospectus Address E H ELLIOTT July 4 Sm irankfort Ky AND SHORTHAND PEN ART HALL the flrot Monday In will open INSTI Septem- aoutn lound Â¬ A solid ash suit finish 16th century 20x24 inch French bevel 20 No 3 No 1 N06 Accom Dully Daily Daily Expresb fast line Ex Sun mirror Â¬ H Q MATTERS -- Lve Cincinnati LveUovinirton Falmouth 810am 800pm bl8nu Tsa 11 18a ni Lexington munn An imitation walnut suit 18x24 Arr raris Lve Paris 11 25am inch mirror 14 ArrWinchester 12 lOnn Cynthiana 1043am 9 45um 1023pm 1100pm 8 08pm 9 Ibpm 9 59pm 3 00pm 306pUi 4 32pm 5 3tuni 61Upm vuupra 615pm b oupm 7 05pm 7 55pm tfiiiriiiilipr 334 MAIN STRliliT R ROGERS UNION SON May2 ly RAILWAY GO Lve Arr Lve Lve KSNTUCKV TIME CARD EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 2IST GOING EAST Leave Leave Leave Arrive Arrive Leave Arrive Leave Arrive Leave Arrive Clay City Lve Livingston Lve London Arr Corbln Lve Corbln Lve Barbrvlllo Lve Pluevllle ArlLivingston Winchester Richmond Richmond Berea 12 40pm 3opm 35pm 2U5pm 305pm 3 15pm 4 09pm 1 1 41 i 4 50lin 5 oopm 5 Â¬ 1890 3X p 111 4nu p m LveJllddlesbh ArrCuinbGap 6 41pm 7 35pm 7 OOpm uJpm FKANKFOET KY tvasa Lexington Winchester Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 83j a 111 Elkatawa WHO a 111 Three Forks Kg GlH a m Three Forks 005 a ill Lumber Point ArrUeClay City 737 a 111 830 a ill Select Boarding and Diy School for young ladles Arrive Winchester 9 30 a 111 Arrive Lexington and little girls Connections made j at Lumber Point with steuuer for Beattyvtlle Elkatawa Is nearest Thitty lh Scholastic Year station to Jackson Ky Trains between Three Forks and Lexlnxtoijj run dallv bPtneen Three Begins September 14 1891 For catalogue apply Forks and Elkatawa dally Sundays excepted to principal J L MUHPIIY General Passenger Agent J- - DF J Lumber Point Three Forks Three Forks Elkatawa GOING WEST 9 451 p in 6 25 p 111 Air Stanford C 30 p in 1130 a in 125 p 111 North Bound Lve Corbln Lve WllliaWg Arr Jellico Lve Richmond Lve Lancaster 4 cOpm 5 45pm 6 20pm 1 4 4 3pm uJpm 5 20pm No 2 vo 4 Express Dally- - No 6 Dally Ex Sun NichrjIasiiIlE Lancaster c7 50am Arr Richmond Si 10 15am LveJelllcoTTT S TiayTi Lve Willlasbf g S 8 60ll ArrCorUu 9 35i vLvoCumbGap 6 830111 Lve Mlddlesbh 5 8 6 51111 - Lve Stanford Juno MISS M F HEWITT 27 2m Â¬ THEOLD - Â¬ KENTUCKY ROUTE E D Lve Coiuln Lve Loudon Air Livinsston Lve Livingston Lve Berea Arr Richmond Lve Richmond Lve Burbrvllle Arr Corbln Lve Pluevllle- 2 H 7 8 9 9 10 17am 35am 25am 45init 21am 11 Ooaml 11 lSnui 12 luuu Newport News A Mississippi Valley Co Â¬ h5B 3kt l VWWKrWM ait n 8 i kzj Â¬ MWi tvj lllHwWrM mm I MpZSu devilry VLUwlJ Washington Philadelphia New York Baltimore Old Point and the Sea Shore AND ALL EASTERN CITIES IN EFFECT MAY 18 1891 F a a Limited Acin Acciu Mai Dally Express Arr Pans Lve Winchester ArrWinchester 6 05im 12 4pm 6 55am 1 40pm 7 7 1246pm 1 Arr Paris Lve Cynthiana Lve Falmouth Lve Lexington 7 45am 10am 531111 RWARE9 Arr Covington Arr Cincinnati 10 55am MAYSVILLE BRANCH NO107 Daily North Bound Ex Sun Lve 7 53im 8 21am 9 21am 10 49am 00am 3 45pm 4 25pm 315pm 4 18pm 4 10pm 50pm 5 40pm 6 BTpin 5 50pm 643pm 2 33pm 2 uupm 2 45pm NO EAST BOUND Lexington WATflm aAflKK Winchester Mt Sterling Arr Arr Ollvo Hill Ashland Lve Lve DU1 Daily EXbllll Ex 1111 735uu 615pm 5 45pm 1140am 8 2 Mill 7 oopm Unm 1230pm 8 52am 730piu 7 5pm 1 05pm u uiy ExSun Daily 12 1000pm Ropaired and Warranted have decided to occupy tho building at tho old stand until Mr J T Mock of Danville says Aug 1 in connection with our new A I can cheerfully recommend Quinno store on Main and Lewis streets Ointment to all Horsemen as tho Persons wanting bargains in buildors very best romody in use would not and carpenters hardware wall paper 233 St Clair street For Curbs Splints paints harness saddlery glass far Mny2 ly bo without it c Spavins Windpuffs or any enlarge Â¬ mers and blacksmiths supplies will do well to call on us at either ment give it a trial house The Central Normal Scliool 43 tf 0 E Collins Bno Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria KY OPENS FIRST TUES Now is tho time to buy a cook 1JLEASUHEVILLE l day lnSuitember1891 Switzer Address stove at Buckleys 44 lt SECREST Pros J July 4 3in Thinking that perhaps a few items married would bo of intorest to some of your readers also having a desire to once HULKS DEAN At tho Methodist Parsonage more bring our little village into In this city on Tuesday evening July 7 1891 by notice is our only apology for the Hov 11 i Henderson Mr Kdwurd C Scales mul Miss Dora Dean following Tho public school of this place will Gas stoves at cost at Buckleys Mr begin next Monday July 13th AaENCVior 44 lt Wallace Portor of Owen county Send your children to teacher We Cedar Grove Slock Farm JSWELR7 10 1223pm 1043pm Cattlettbiirg Huntington Arr 1250pm 1107pm WEST BOUND lJ5pm 40un 903pm daily Lve Lve Lve Cincinnati Covington Lexington Pari- lOiiOpm 6 5am 845am 9 03am 9 23am Arr Arr Arr Arr Milleriburg Carlisle Maysvill 7 00 7 35 Johnson South Bound 8 8 9 10 06pm 20pm a C15pm 688pm 18am 40a III 7 10 p m 84am 754prn 10am 830pm a In 3 5 111 300pm I DAILY ExSun 5 5 6 7 7 8 10 10 55 No 9 Daily No SELBERT Â¬ 635pm 6 07pm 625am 1 SOpiu 7 10pm Ashland 63 111 Olivo Hill Arr 2 111 303pm 400am 8 55nm Ex Sun Mt Sterlln Lve 10 271111 1 32pm 623ain 1 2pm Winchester 1115am 4 53pm 715am 1 50pm Lexington Arr 1205pm 530pm Sonaiii 2 45pm IIMITEIi VESTIBULE EXPRESS runs dally and has Vestlbuled Pullman Bullet Sleep Â¬ ers between Loulsvlllo Lexington Washington New York and Old Point Comfort This train Is made part of the celebrated t Huntington Lve Cattletuburg Wain l 20pm 1 39pm LveMaysville Lve Johnson LveMillersburg Arr Paris Arr Lexington Arr Covington Arr Cincinnati Lve Carlisle ExSun 20 a in lBOnni 57 a 227 pm 50 am 320pm 15 ll m 345pm 40am 410pm 28am 700pm 49 a in 6 87pm 111 ii Daily m am C45pm O WLMUNSONTrav Pass Act Cincinnati 3F1- - F V school regularly dont send them two days of tho wook and then Anathematize the toacher because for- Â¬ sooth ho dont learn my boy noth Â¬ ing Auction every Saturday night at B H McCoy Cos Everybody invitÂ¬ Fresh bread every day at Busams confectionery St Clair street 39 tf two ed Miss Annie Thomason who has at this office wooks ago botwoon Farmers and Bon Hughes place a yollow Alligator skin purse contain Â¬ ing a ton dollar bill Tho finder will be rewarded upon leaving the name Lost On tho Lawroncoburg pike v A namnhlot - store of information and ab- st race or mo iawsHiowing uow to Obtain ioteme caveat Trade v AiorKf opyriKnu uni Jjtt AdJrtU MUNN BUu V36X Iiroadwur Now YorK 1 C it O Route S F B MORSE Asst Genl Pass Agt runs dally between Lexington and Huntington Make direct Ofllce Chamberof ConimerceBldg Cincinnati O At connections at Huntington with C it O No 1 Dally to all points except Rowland Dlvl shland wlthS V Ry At Winchester with K which is dally except Sunday C It R north uud south bound and at Lexing Â¬ slnn No 2 Runs dally from Lexington o Cincin Â¬ N L S and 0 N O A-- T P Rail Â¬ ton with L nati roads No 1 Runs dally LEXINGTON AND OLIVE HILL ACCOMMO No 4 Runs dally from all stations except tho DATION dally except Sunday Connects at Rowland Division which Is dally except Sunday No 6 Dally except Sunday Winchester to and fiom K C Points and at Loxliigton with L N It R for Loulsvlllo Ky No 5 runs dally between Cincinnati and Lex Â¬ ington LEXINGTON AND MT STKRLING ACCOMMO No 16 Paris nnd Lexington Accommodation DATION runs dally oxceut Sunday and makes Leaves direct connection at Winchester to and from dallv a in Loxlngton 1000 a in Arrives Paris m Mlddlesnorough and Richmond and at Lex Â¬ 10 45 No 7 Fnhnouth Accommodation Leaves ington with L S Ry for Louhvllle Cincinnati 545 p in Arrives Falmouth For full Information tu regard to Rates Routes 740 p m dally excopt Sunday vo apply to any Aijent of this or connecting No 8 Leaves Falmouth 6 it in Arrives Cin- Â¬ lines or to cinnati 755 n in dally except Sunday C L Ukown H K Huntington Nos 1 nnd 3 make connections at Winchester V PandG M Gen Pass Agent for points on tho NN A M V Ry E 1 LEXINGTON KY No 1 Carries through cars from Cincinnati t Q W Baiinky W 8 n Ann ison Ky MJddlesborough nnd Cumberland Gap and all G A Lexington Ky GA Ashland ilermedlate stations and runs dally East of Huntlmrton on the FAST MAIL TRAINS C P ATMORE S R KNOTT Truffle Manager Gen Puss Agt General Offices Louisville Ky Â¬ Â¬ J I mm z IV w fettered Ftf AiNKFORT ROUNDABOUT ball ground erect a grand stand put in a dancing pavilion and put it in at the post oQlco at Frankfort Kentucky as second class mailable matter Â¬ ure resort Ho will incloso the base Won in the Ninth Mack Salyers Darnells Stable KO A LEWIS Editor and Publisher JULY 11 FRANKFORT 1801 ThoCrutchor Starks Base Ball suitable shape for all kinds of amuse Club wont to Ilarrodsburg on Satur Â¬ ments during the week and for day last the glorious fourth and fittingly celebrated the day by defeat Â¬ sacred concerts on Sunday ing the Harrodsburg club in the fin Â¬ A New Coal Elevator est game they have played this Gos New Meat Market 223 Main Street near Mannam Fresh W and the interior pearance at the examining trial m will be remodeled and and refitted Snooting at Tyrone The fourth story of the building will be used for storage purpose only A fight occurred at Tyrone in An derbon county on Tuesday afternoon Court Monday in which John Hatchet and James The crowd in town Monday to atÂ¬ Travis exchanged numerous shots tend County Court was rather small Hatchet receiving two balls in the and the sales upon the street very left side and the wife of Travis was few slightly wounded by one of the balls Wm Cromwell Master Commis- Â¬ striking her just behind the left ear sioner of the Common Pleas Court and glancing off The trouble arose made the following sales of real es- over a difficulty between the sons of tate both men which took place in the The house and lot on Arlington morning A war between the kins- Â¬ Heights opposite the Glens Creek men of the two men is feared piko known as the Sheehan place to Ileavilv Charged John Sullivan and Ellen Sheehan for Â¬ season Son W Gaines Messrs J Tho magnificent pitching of both having leased the coal yard they are Ohinn and Tlie Glorious Fourth Hewitt prevented more now using for a term of years are than one run being scored by either The fourth of July was numerously engaged in putting up a large steam celebrated in this city on Saturday elevator to facilitate the unloading of side up to tho last half of tho sixth inning when poor fielding by the A national salute of forty four gunB barges at their warf Harrodsburgs enabled the Frankfort was fired from the Fort Hill by order The elevator will have a capacity boys to socuro a lead of two runs of Adjutant General Hill there was for yarding twenty or thirty thouwhich they only held for a few a street parade made up of floats sand bushels of coal per day minutes as the home club fell onto advertising the business of some of Hewitt in their half of the next not near so our merchants but was Newtown Concert inning and turned the lead just the large as it should have been followed Prof Wayland Graham with a other way It was at thi3 point that by a grand picnic at Lake Park where game of base ball took placo in the corps of assistants from this citywill Julian commenced to crv and it so S boys that they afternoon The United Brothers of give a concert at Newtown Scott unnerved the O were unable to do any thing either in Friendship Knights of Friendship county on the evening of the 23d for the benefit of Cherry the seventh or eighth innings and Union Benevolent Society inst ninth Hewitt struck colored organizations paraded the Spring Presbyterian Church at that In the out the side in succession one of streets in the morning with bands of place Special trains will run from this them on three pitched balls Julian music and gave picnics the first two having dried his tears by this time in the vacant lot on Shelby street city and Paris on the occasion o tho Frankfort boys proceeded to win fronting the river and the latter in Second Prize the game back which they did upon Browns woods on the Owenton pike a succession of hits and errors with Altogether the town was quite lively In the oratorical contest held at the but everything passed off nicely and Chautauqua Assembly in Lexington only two out when tho winning run few arrests were made for disorderly on Monday the first prize went to was scored The features of the game were the conduct Mr T J Jackson representative of fine pitching of Chirin and Hewitt Central University while the second especially the former the beautiful Enlarging Still prize was won by Mr Martin D fielding S club of the whole C son of Attorney of Mr John T Buckley the enterpris Hardin P this city the batting of Wintersnlith and the W Hardin who repre- Â¬ ing St Clair street merchant will General latters beautiful throw from left field College Danville to the plate cutting off a run in a few days make another great sented Centre Following is the summary improvement in the arrangement of Cut in Craw his business The second story of STAKK3 AB CRDTCHER It 111 IO A K his building will be fitted up for the A difficulty occurred in the pool Hewitt p 1 1 1 6 2 0 5 l 1 G 1 l purpose of displaying his large stock room of Henry Dean on the cor- Llmlsey H 3blb 1 l 2 1 0 Merchant 4 1 2 1 c 1 0 of cooking and heating stoves which ner of Clinton and Washington Newman 5 StaguTss 1 will be removed from the store room streets Monday afternoon between Llndsey W 2b 4 0 3 1 1 5 0 3 0 Wlntersmltb below and the latter room will be de- Robert Evans and Sanford Goin son South c 4 0 0 14 J 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 voted entirely to the display of his of Mr Phil Goin in which the latter Stag F rf 41 large stock of fine china In order received severe cuts in the face and Totals 9 27 12 3 UAimonsflUKGs ah b In ro a k that his customers may reach the up neck from a knife in the hands of the Patterson A 20 3 0 2 2 3 2 per floors with ease and com- Â¬ former and Evans was struck upon Owens 3b S 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 5 0 0 Jones fort he will put in one of the most the head with a stone Evans was Brewer lbss 1 4 1 0 2 4 1 5 1 1 2 2 passenger eleva- Â¬ arrested but gave bond for his ap- Â¬ Chlnn p improved hydraulic 1 5 0 014 Rldgeley e 2 of the building tors 4 Â¬ Meats of all ALWAYS ON HAND Mack Salyers We will run wagons on both sides of the river and deliver goods in any part ot the city Co April 18 tf Doomea Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste and acts fently yet promptly on the Kidneys and Bowels cleanses the sys tem effectually dispels colds head Â¬ aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the onl remedy of its kind ever produced pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and 61 bottles by all leading druggists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ o Dealt V Jo at UNDER PREVAILING CONDITIONS MANY doo ned to death by disease merelr because the owners fall to take measures to pre serve their health li 1 DR JOS HAAS Vl A log Will and Arrest Poultry Wy Used successfully for 16 years Disease Prevent Disease Expel Worms Stop the Cough Increase ther Flesh and Hasten Maturity PRICES 250 125 and 50c perpkg 251b cans 1260 The largest packages arethecheap est SAN FRANCISCO CAL L0VI3VIUE KY NEW YORK NY W AGrYLE JFRANKFORT KY stamp Ask for Testimonials Hogology a pamphlet on swine will be mailed to any address on receipt of a two cent For Sale bv Â¬ G NOTICE CLAIMS AGAINST Insolvent are hereby notified to produce the same berore the 1st day of September 1891 proven ns required by law Wm 1U031 G J Â¬ 1 10 HAVING ALL PERSONS Peter Jett estate of Tune 6 2m Joe Haas V S Mar 7 6m Indianapolis Ind Assignee of Peter Cromwell Jett Â¬ G TAMESATTORNEY A VIOLETT AT LAW KV FRANKFORT Patterson H Bryant c f ttibbsrf 11 2 4 0 03001 10 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 p 37 T 10 26 Totals Two out when winning run was made INNINGS 1 PRACTICE IN ALL THE COURTS OF Franklin county and tbo Court of Appeals Superior und Federal Courts Office in Duvill building opposite County Cleiks Office June 6 3m fffcREMfW II Roller Extract burK l Two base bits Bryant 1 Tassed balls South 2 lUdgeley 1 Time ot game Ono hour and fllty minutes Umplre C W Bell 8 G Crutcher A Starks 0 5 Hnrrodsburgs Earned Runs Crutchcr Starks 1 llnrrods burtj 2 Sharks 7 First base on errors Crutcher Hanodsburjj 2 Struck out by Hewitt 13 Chlnn 15 Left on base Crutcher Se Starks 11 Harrods 12345G7 89T 01000200 00001040 W J CHINN JR Of-Â¬ Km id 1 Will practice in all State Courts fice second floor Custom House WM CROMWELL W CREAM Extract IS OUR BEST FLOUR BUT EITHER TUESDAYS GAME ATTORNEY-AT-LAv AHD- 1500 Eft1 it VJ Fifty acres of land lying on Benson known as the Harrod place to Wm Orutcher for 43750 One hundred and fifty acres of land near Woodlake known as the Llan- Â¬ gollen place to A G Jeffers for 4260 per acre Accidentally Sliot IF m W Mr William Griffin was sitting upon the ice box in front of J M Bantas store on Broadway Sunday night handling a pistol which a friend had just returned to him when the weapon wasdischarged the ball striking a lamp post glanced and struck George Golden a colored man who was coming up the stieet in the breast inflicting a slight flesh wound The report of the pistol so surprised Mr Griffin that ho jumped from the box and the weapon was again discharged the ball striking the pavement but doing no damage He was arrested for shooting Golden but was discharged at the examining During the rain storm Tuesday night the air was full of electricity and the electric light wires became so heavily charged that they affected many iron fronts with which they came in contact the insulation seem- Â¬ ing to become as much of a conduc- Â¬ The tor as the wire it covered whole of the iron awning frame in front of the LeCompte Gayle Com- Â¬ panys store was affected by the wires running into the store and a rope used in operating the awning which came in contact with the insulated wire was set a fire Won the Medal Mr B The Lexington Amateurs came down Tuesday afternoon to play a game with tho Crutcher Starks nine and by puttinc in five of the men who have been playing all the season in the Lexinton professionals expected to have no trouble in walk Â¬ ing away with our boys As it was raining hard at the time for the game to be called and continued to do so for some time after many of the lov ers of the game did not go out to the grounds About half past four the rain having ceased the two clubs got to- Â¬ gether and with quite a number of local cranks went to Athletic Park where the game took placo It was a very pretty contest but had to be called on tho eighth inning on account of darkness The following score tells the tale of how Lexington was down- Â¬ ed All 3 8 5 2 4 - REAL ESTATE AGENT PRACTICE DJ THE C0UBT8 Ot Franklin and tbe adjoining counties and will also give special attention to the purchax and sale of real estate collection of nts claim i GOLD MEDAL IDOL KING on and tbe legotUtinu of loans r InnSM SMEBM00N IS A GOOD FLOUR FOR TF IE MONEY Dissolution Notice PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE THE 1 pxlstinu between us has been by mutual Wo will wind up all consent this day dissolved old business together Persons Indebted to us will settle with either LAW n or J J A A SCOTT VIOLETT Dr W I Kelley f OF CINCINNATI WILL BB AT THE OHIO Advice to Women If you would protect yourself from Painful Profuse Scanty CAPITAL IN KRANKKORT KY KOTSI y1 r Suppressed or Irregular struation you must use Men- Â¬ V FRIDAY JULY IS 1891 trial Monday Death of Mrs Hawkins Mrs Eliza Clay Hawkins wife of James B Hawkins Esq clerk in the State Treasurers office died at the Kenyon Hotel Monday night at 1115 The oclock after a weeks illness was the oldest daughter of deceased Rev Green Clay Smith and ono of the most popular ladies in the city She leaves a devoted husband and two bright and interesting little daughters to mourn her loss Syrup of Digs The funeral took place Wednesday morning from the Baptist Church Produced from tho laxative and the services being conducted by Rev nutritious juice of California flgs E S Alderman assisted by Prof J D Pickett and was largely attended combined with tho medicinal virtues of plants known to bo most benefi Â¬ cial to tho human system acts gen Â¬ Leased Lake tly on the kidneys liver and bowels Mr H SStaley has leased from Mr effectually cleansing the system dis Â¬ M L Todd the place known as Lake pelling colds and headaches and in Bellepoint for Ave yean ouring habitual constipation ill at oncefit it up as a lm greater portion of the distance and let him keep up along side until near ing the wire when he ran away from him winning the race by several lengths The prize offered was a gold medal which Todd will wear as a trophy The distance was short and the time slow If the Lexington wheel men wanted to see what ho could do they should have made the dis tance a mile and pitted some one against him who would make him let the kinks out of his logs CHUlGIIKKSrAHKS Todd Orutcher of the Hewitt p and 3b job rooms won the Llndsey II lb Roundabout p 3b half mile Safety Bicyclo raco in Lex Â¬ Merchant cf mid Newman Stagtf ss ington on Saturday There were LliiUhPy W 2b five entries in the raco but only two Wlnteieinltlilf bOUttl Btarted which did not make it inter Â¬ YunDerveer rf esting for Todd and did not give Total him a chance to show his speed Lexington s and Ho played with his opponent a Borders ms ami 2b c Brown C in 0 1 1 lO 5 3 A 2 2 1 1 0 0 3 2 0 2 BRADFIELDS FEMALE REGULATOR 1 k FIaYSS BLEEDING Chloroform 1RA nf TT1W j tsLIND or ITCHING little or no pain Cured wltnout any surgtcal operation and wll 0 2 0 0 10 am f 4 4 4 0 1 1 0 10 1 Ligature or Knife with thit mode of treatmnci Tft 32 0 H 24 8 7 1 aii 4 h Crow lb Davis 2b and c Hurting p if Farm or 4 3 4 4 Ioi Downing Farrel rf Total 31 4 HI 312142 12 l l 321101 0 0 2 In ro 2 2 a 4 0 0 0 o 1 e 2 1 1 o ueruiy 4ltnt tTwtrt mniTt naia wiu n lutu Immediate fomUy after having suffered for years from Mentitrual Irregularity being treated without benefit by physiclana were at length completely curedbyono bottle of Bntduelds Female Regulator Its effect Is truly wonderf uL J w Strange JU1B Will Book to WOMAN mailed FREB which contains valuable lnf ormatlon on aU reniale dloaes nrflwnatTTTTTX AHrt It not necessary FISTULA IN ANO Is cured FISSUUE3 Cured without cutting or tearing tfi 0 0 0 0 1 0 l ULCERATION CATARRtr u 0 0 2 0 2 2 1 8 3 10 21 5 G 12 7 7 BRADFIELD REGULATOR ATLANTA QA FOR BAZE BY AIiL DKVaaiBXS CO Called on account of darkness INNINGS Lexington Crutcher fc Starks Earned Kuiitt C S 4 Lexington 3 Two Base hits Merchant Stast South Crow Davis 200 12l i 0 12 10 J 2 0 i G 8 T 8 9 QTHlLlTfEEILT BUYS A GOOD GOLD WATOH Of tbe bowel cured DrHeily has now been vlflltlngthls city regit urly for nearly steuHutK and lo many cures bo has inaae hmoug the wealthy and lntluvui citizens are BUfliclent evidence of his success It It now a well eHtablbbed fact that man dU wises of tbe stomach liver kidney bladddi uiub and nervouu system are oltlier cauwl io UKKravatd by the coexlstenre of PILES KIUTU LA USS1IRE or RECTAL ULCER RRVERKNCES Dr K IS Gobnr Frankfort Ky Franklin Morris iraerensbuif 3 T Stateu Frankfort Ky V Herbericb Frankfort Ky Rev L P Holtttt Benson Ky A H McCrore Frankfort Ky Three Base hits W Llndsoy Struck out By Hewitt 6 By Merchant Hartliitf D Base on Balls Off Hewitt 5 oil Hurting us Lexington on uases u b Hit by pitched ball 11 Lludsey Borders Time of iame 1 hour and 45 minutes By BY OUR CLUB SYSTEM Our 14 karet patent stiffened gold eases are years Wultlxun and EIkIii warranted lor movement reliable and well known Stem wind and set hunting or open face ladys or cents size Equal to any 70 watch Wo sell ono of these watches for ju Umpire W U Posey Park Ayers Pills possess the curative virtues of tho best known medicinal plants These Pills are scientifically prepared are easy to take and safo for young and old They are invalua- Â¬ ble for regulating tho bowels and for tho relief and euro of stomach troubles Leave your order for Ice CreainIces c at Klobers South Side Cakes and send to any nddress by registered mall or by express CO I with privilege of examina Â¬ tion Our agent nt Durham N C v Our Jewelers huve confessed tu dont know how you can furnish sucli work for tu money 1 28 CASH Richard Ferguion Frankfort B W J Hugbee Frankfort Ky David Mooro Benson Ky Jns M witi rnw Frankfort Ky at MR DR KBCLKTfl offlce and residence West Eighth street Cincinnati and where hr every day of each week EXCEPT may be found 1 FBIDATB AND 8ATUBDAYS pamphlets describing these diseases and tat mode of treatment seat fteeU auyl one by at dressing V wanted ut each place Write for particulars W EMPIRE WATOH CO 48 and 60 Madden Lane New Tork N Y 259WeatBlfi hth St Cincinnati O m UT CONSULTATION yRB I KELLEY M D WgWPW ir ij j t 5 raiurtrmnjwuoiuiiummmjPWWiwnftf miNkFORT ROUNDABOUT 11 FJUNKFOHTJULY 1801 has AGAffl ago That was nearly forty years Now I dont want that fellow who told about seeing those trains captur And Talks Freely About the New ed to call mo a bar when ho reads of HAPPY JACKJMS Constitution Â¬ First of Tri Hie Scabon f i w I iV Mr ThomaB Tanner hud ripo to- Â¬ matoes from his gardon for eupper Stanford Kv Juno 20 1801 iixunuuj evening To the Editor of The Central Record My grammar may not be good nor Keep Out of the Grass my spelling but my reasons for fa- Â¬ voring tho new Constitution seem ns chigoes are more plentiful this good as the reasons of those who op- Â¬ The and and year than UBual and the graBS is full pose itI do appear as well taken last while nob expect to get the of them in every direction word or even cry I want you to listen to mo some more and then Ill hush Wants Damages They say it stops progress Well George Meyers has sued the Allen it does stop voting subsidies to rail Â¬ taxes on Bradley Company for 25000 for inju- Â¬ roadsit does atop levying help such to distillery in precincts and counties Mr Hunting- Â¬ ries received at their mon as Mr Gould and ton who already have 100000000 Louisville apiece got from others becauso the people have no bettor sense than to On the 17th think those gentlemen have pro- Â¬ gressed enough at tho expense of Dr W I Kelly of Cincinnati will othor folks and while wo dont want visit this city on Friday next the 17th anything those magnates have we inst As xisual he can be found at do wish to keep the balance of our things if we can Boyle county paid the Capital four hundred thousand dollars first that never was sprains and last for a RbeRbuilt Taylor coun- Â¬ Asa general liniment for lame and never will and bruises or for rheumatism ty and Green and Muhlenburg and back deep seated or muscular pains Â¬ the little precinct of Eminence have unChamberlains Pain Balm is beon broken up by them and the rest rivalled For sale by J W Gayle of us dont want any such progress around anybody else anywhere in Kentucky and when this fight is over and the smoke goes away you Elected Officers will find the new Constitution all and those railroad mag- Â¬ At the regular election of Frank- Â¬ sitting stretched out as straight as a nates fort Typographical Union hold on dead man and they may be dead Tuesday evening the following were who cares if they are if we have to keep them alive But if they come chosen for the ensuing six months office with their own money to build their R Lee Hulett Roundabout own road why pitch in Lemons President or what ever your name is Thats John Hanley Capital office Vice how they do in Georgia No State aid there and no stopping progress President Bob Tombs old Frank H Morse Roundabout and anhaveman named sense than to a bit better didnt office Secretary Treasurer be against State aid Wonder if he J Des Connor Roundabout office would have any sense in Kentucky They say though that railroads help us So they will but we will m help them the most and if you dont Hlgli Bridge Camp Meet Â¬ believe it try us Mr Gould and Mr Some Homely but sive KeasoiiH lor Its Adoption my chicken hunt for if ho does I shall say You are another Â¬ But you must Coclw- - ing again about excuse mo for speak Â¬ that tax on poor peo Lexington told us that it only gave the noor folks two hundred nntl fifty dollars worth ofthincrs about the house without tax and then put a tax on ninety million dollars worth of other things about the house I asked Mrs Rout how she was going to stand it Lord bless your sweet life boss I is so rejoiced to de very bottom of my heart to hear dat de poor folks got so much Two hun- Â¬ dred and fifty dollars zomption and a tax on ninety million besides Who ever heard ob poor folks having so much befo God knows Idradder see it den to hear tell ob it Id trow way dat old rag carpet dat Miss Lucy Sims gib me after she trowed it away burn up the windin blades and loom and well Id gib my little wheel to Miss Lucy to set in the front parlor for a suberner I bleve she callod it Ninety million dollars for poor folks in things bout de house I say ninety millions Boss you know dats too good for niggers go long way dont tell me any more such stuff You know dat not de trufi Well I never would have said anything to Mrs Rout about it but Col Stoddard Johnston presided at Lexington and he was good to me during the war He came to me in a pinch and every time he laid eyes on me he asked me what else he could do for that wound- Â¬ ed brother I like you Col my heart is getting bigger and my eyes are getting full of water now when I think of your kind- Â¬ ness to me but to save my life I cant get the poor folks to think that there is not some fish or a snake in that household story nor do I think yon want them to believe it You didnt used to want to fool folks A neighbor told me about a snake he saw thirty yards long and as big as a stove pipe Excuse me for speaking twice about those household effects When I am catched on a jury and Bob Hardin speaks he always tells us his good points several times and Bob is a good lawyer I tell you I like him and he likes me and I am going to be as much like him as I can be Those fellows at Lexington said too that it took 114000 taxes off banke well if they are taxed that much more than other people that is right out J expect there are some more snakes and fish in that story But to make a long story short our old State House will be run on a much cheaper schedule even if we do have some little ornaments about it that wo dont need I remember when a young man I went to see my best girl in Lancaster one cold night and in the back part of the parlor at the right hand end of the piano a little boy made out of a rock without a stitch of clothes on him was kneel- Â¬ ing down savins his prayers Liza Jane hadnt we better put some cov- Â¬ er on him Cover him No He will quit praying and his are the only prayers in our family You see we cant always tell how many good les- Â¬ sons a few beautiful ornaments about a house will teach good people who b I ROWER Main and Broadway CO j ples things That ingathering at IjEXTtTOTOlT 3SI2- - Upholstered PARLOR SUITS ROCKERS EASY CHAIRS DIVANS Etc LOUNGES SINGLE AND DOUBLE Furniture IH STEW AND HANDSOME DESIGNS v A SPECIALTY 4 VB H Elegant finish quality of work the best and prices the lowest Matresses and Pillows Made to Order By experienced workmen ing C f Will begin this year July 10th and continue until the 20th The Kentucky Midland will make rateBfrom Frankfort at 205 including K M train No 1 con- Â¬ admission nects with daily special from George town and train No 4 will also con- Â¬ nect with the special upon its return from High Bridge giving all oppor- Â¬ tunity to spend the day at this famous meeting Wiard ftlaugan w Mr William A Wiard and Miss Katie Mangan of this city went to Louisville Monday afternoon where they were married by Rev G 0 Kel- Â¬ ly D D of tho Broadway Methodist Church Tho bride is the second daughter of Mayor Lewis Mangan while tho groom is a traveling man in the employ of a St Louis house While there was opposition upon the part of tho brides father tho affair cannot be called an elopement as the young people were both of age m V u o During tho epidemic of lux in this county last summer I had hard work to keep a supply of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy on hand People often came ton or twelve miles in the night to got a bottle of the Remedy I have been selling patent medicines for tho last ten years and find that it has given better satisfaction in cases of diarrhoea and flux than any other medicine I have ever handled J H Bonham Druggist Golconda Pope Co 111 Over live hundred bottles of this Remedy wore sold in that county during tho epidomio referred to It was a perfect success and tho only remedy that did euro tho worst cases Dozens of persons there will In certify that it saved their lives four othor epidemics of bowel complaint this remedy has beon equally successful 25 and 50 cent bottles for Â¬ Â¬ sale by J W Oaylo Close To day The Shelby County Trotting Asso- Â¬ ciation holds its annual meeting July 15th 10th and 17th Purses 210 235 230 pacing and 245 trotting classes close July 11 Purses divided as follows 50 per cent 25 percent 15 percent and 10 per cent 5 por cent to nominate 5 por cent to start Music furnished by tho Young Ladies Comet Band Bond entrios to J F Middolton Sooy and Treasur er Â¬ x 44 lt CANT SLEEP NIGHTS w Is tho complaint of thousands suffer Â¬ ing from Asthma Consumption Coughs etc Did you ever try Dr Ackners English Remedy It is the best preparation known for all Lung Troubles Sold on a positive guaran tee at yoc J ana cuo flWOTf8iHWAVfcifUijAi V J W GAYLB Druggist f Huntington but this thing of subsi- Â¬ dies are done for in thiB country for all time to come and dontyou forget it We are not going to letyou go up here into our backwoods counties of Harlan Leslie and Letcher and fool them like you did Boyle when she was in the backwoods so dont ask Look at us so help you progress Lincoln fifty miles of railroad N Cincinnati Southern and L Kentucky Central all three and glad to get here and not a dollar of tax yet Have the things R R men want and they will come after you for thorn without you hankering after them Just let our Constitutional Conven- Â¬ tion go back and inject State aid to railroads into tho new Constitution and the curses of its opponents will bo changed into the sweetest songs ever sung and they will invoke the spirits of old Mr Murray and Mr Kirkham and Mr Butler to come and before somo good medium write out an endorsement of our now Constitution recommending it to Porter Thompson and Frank Me Clary as a master piece of good grammar and elegant diction and insist that it be used by them as a text school book And right here while speaking of Porter Thompson and Frank McOlary is a good time to mention the six hundred thousandÂ¬ 5600000 dollars tho new Constitu tion gives tho school children Think about it That will build ton school houses in every county in Kentucky worth over 500 a piece and dont you know the little backwoods boys and girls need them worso than they need ton railroads Lot us have the school houses for the children and let the railroads take care of them- Â¬ selves which they can and will do Hurrah for the railroads They are going to quit begging Then I see where some gentleman with a prophetic eye has seen a train with five hundred excursionist come into Stanford and a follow who had a judgment for a hundred dollars against it lor woru or damages cap tured tho wholo layout amid tho waitings of tho pretty girls and gal lant boys who wore on tliier way to the Richmond Fair while a freight train mot with a similar delay between here and Junction City to the utter discomfiture of Dave Prewitt and Jim Lynn who wore shipping lambs to Well boys if tho rail Cincinnati roads owo you and wont pay pitch in and got your money when you can they aro no better than othor people But those trains spoken of above will never bo delayed again I was hunting prairie chickens out in Audrian county Missouri near the placid btream of Good Water was caught in a rain and thunder storm took shelter behind a hay stack had myself nicely fixed when lightning struck tho stack I moved to a little hickory hadnt beon there a minute uniil tho lightning Btruok tho hiokory I stepped off composedly to a bushy topped walnut and when will shel Â¬ tered beneath its foliago tho lightning struck tho walnut Thought I You surely mean mo I walked out braced myuolf and took two or three as hard jolts of lightning bolts as is common for tho same individual to stand on tho samo day and it toro all my cloths oil and split my boots from top to bottom I thought I was ruined 1 met my friend Jackson next day and told him of tho occurence Ho looked at mo kinder cute Jack dont you quit hunting chickens that will never happen again and it never Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ F BROWER ft CO Draperies Carpets Furniture Wall Paper GRAY -- CHURCH HAVE THE 11EST- - Hardware Merchants are willing to learn You are getting tired and I will hush Tho election is coming on and we dont want any Democrat to sulk or pout or scratch his ticket because that fellow done something to Go on and vote in the morn me ing early Always Yours Happy Jack Mr John Carpenter of Goodland APPLE PARERS -- 2T THE MABZET 1 for diarrhoea and severe cramps and pains in tho stomach and bowels In the worst with the best results cases I never had to give more than In tho third dose to effect a euro most cases one doso will do Besides its other good qualities it is pleasant 25 and 50 cent bottles for to take sale by J W Gavle tried Chamberlains ColIndsaysI and Diarrhoea Remedy ic Cholera Â¬ every WMTERPROOF COLLMR or BE UP V THE N3ARK CUFF l THAT CAN BE RELIED ON 3XrOt I -- - tO tif 3 JBTPUt L - 2 - IPKHoanmml BEARS THIS MARK TRADE Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns and all Skin Emotions and positively cures Piles or no pay re- Â¬ quired It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money re funded Price 25 cents per box For sale by South Side drupr store P II CAur NTKK 5 iy Â¬ The best salve in the world foi Cuts Bruises Sores Ulceus Salt Fever Sores Rheum letter NEEDS NO LAUNDERING ISucklcus Arnica Salve Liu 10 ID CAN BE WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMENT THE ONLY LINEN LINED WATERPROOF COLLAR IN THE MARKET For Boois Pempies carbuncles scrofulous sores eczema and all other take blood diseases TAD AIR PILES SALT RHEUM FOR MEDICINAL THE GREAT HOUSEHOLD KEMEDTT FOR Illlll ECZEMA WOUNDS PILES BURNS c Ayers Sarsaparilla It will SORES CROUP BRONCHITIS dyspepsia nervous debility and that tired feeling relieve and cure Send threo two cont stamps for froo samples box and book price 50 CENTS TKR OIDiSOKP 1 V BATH TOILET AND NURSERY PURPOSES Has Cured Others will cure W you TAR OID CO For sale by DFIKXXj Docis ly - ffiSffIMyBag 1 JlBMiWlWHWllllMlrlWWHHHWIM vt CHICAQOiLL O iferFrETIEIK mmW fe4i vwqs WT TSffWJfW yVPSFXr TWFWV fmBrnM i 4rmt -- jJH i Religious jWe would be greatly obliged to th ministers and officers oi churchetin th city if they would furnish us with any announcements which they may with made Rev A Shelverton will preach at 4he Cedar Ohapel MothodlBt Church to morrow afternoon at 3 oclock Rev George Dnrsio preaches at the Christian Church in Graefenburg afternoon at 3 oclock Â¬ Rev W G Neville will preach in benefit the human race he should make it known Old fogy physician 8 tread tho beaten path of their grand Â¬ fathers donounce advertised rem Â¬ edies and never learn anything now Modical science knows no parallel to Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription compounded by a physician of skill and long experience especially for the maladies which afflict womon It effects a permanent cure of those agonizing disorders which attack her frail organism and is an anchor of hope alike to delicate girls and suffer Â¬ ing womon contains no deleterious drugs A guarantee on the bottle wrapper refunding the price in caso of failure Of druggists 100 If ho has something new that wi Sleep a Weary Failing Paint In 3 Body or Llmbt Want of Appetite Eruptions If you suffir from any of thisi symptoms taks Plmplii Hiadiohis Ltss of THE ROUNDABOUT DOCTOB the Presbyterian Church at Bridgeport to morrow afternoon at 330 oclock ACKERS BLOOD ENGLISH i THE PEOPLES PAPER EVEKYEOBY TAKES IT Drcnnon Springs The once famous resort Drennon Springs seems to bo regaining some of its former popularity and has quite a number of visitors this season Following is a list of those who spent the past week there Col Wm Lindsay Owenton Kentucky Judge Martin Owenton Kentucky John Anderson Ghent Ky J T Hagerwell Louisville Ky Â¬ Rev George Darsio will occupy his pulpit at the Christian Church to- Â¬ morrow at 11 oclock as usual No ELIXIR Because Your Blood Is Impure Have you over usod mercury ft bo did you givo yourself tho needed attention as Dont at tho timemercury you know thatyou la in tho system Ions as tho will feel tho effects of it Wenoed not tell you that you require a blood medicine 8 to ensure freedom from tho after effects English Blood Doctoris Ackersknown mediclno that Elixir the only thoroughly eradicate the poison from will tho system Get it from your druggist orwritoto W H HOOKER AGO ao West Broadway New York J WHY night service Rev W G Neville the pastor will occupy his pulpit at the Southern to morrow Church Presbyterian morning at 11 oclock Â¬ Everybody reads Subscription Only it w There will no services at tho First Hon D A Sachs Louisville Ky For sale by J W Gaylo Presbyterian or Baptist Churches toJ Helburn Eminence Ky Miss Jennie Freland New Castle morrow the pastors being absent on These Celebrated ENOLIS1I DOCTOR Pills are a Ky their summer vacation Fotltira Core for flek Ileadaehe BUiontneu and BACKERS OontUpatlon Mrs George Slemons Pleasure Small pleas The usual services at tho Church ville Ky ant a PURE ladleaad Boldfarorlte with the In England for Is of the Good Shepherd to morrow will John Sower and daughter La 1KL PINK them In America for t5c Get be conducted by Rev Father Gorey Grange Ky your Druggists or from to W H UOOKXK CO the pastor Col George Weisingor Louisville PILLS end Wett tntiwtj Rw Tort 5 i I First mass at 8 a m second mass Ky i at 1030 a m Vespers at 3 p m J A Lindsey Turners Station Ky For sale by J W Gayle Chas Williams Eminence Ky The Union services to morrow night Ed Thompson Mt Sterling Ky Will bo held in the Southern Presby Â¬ FOR SALE John Herndon Owenton Ky terian Church Rev H G HenderJ W Wilcoxson Christiausburg son of the Methodist Church will Ky TvR RODMANS residence on Main strpet now preach the sermon All are invited Hill U occupied Miss Sue Bryant Christians burg 5tn September oy lien For trrtnslossesslon given next to attend Extra seats will be pro Ac apply to May 13 tf JOHN W RODMAN Tided to accommodate the congrega- Â¬ Ky Prof George F Scearce Shelby Is one of th tion Â¬ i 1 Per Year Our Job uepartment belt in tns Stat and Kto W Rev H G Henderson A M will preach at the Methodist Church to morrow morning at 11 oclock No service at night on account of the Union services The Sunday school at 930 oclock m The Epworth League has been dis- Â¬ continued during tho summer 3r Hales Household Oint ment Â¬ Is tho finest cure in the world It absolutely cures catarrh It cures Cures neuralgia and rheumatism Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum in the most soothing manner Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Cures Coughs and Colds Can be Cuts bruises taken internally 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 60c boxes large size cheapest Sold at Phil Carpenters drug store South 52 Side Base Kail Ball nines will play a game this Lake Park in Bellepoint The following printers compose tthe two teams 2b R A The Roundabout and Capital Base after-noon-- at ville Ky Miss Mattie Beard Shelbyville Ky Miss Emma Beard Shelbyville Ky Miss Edna Beard Shelbyville Ky George Slemons Pleasureville Ky Charles Fisher and wife Louisville Ky F Frey and wife Louisville Ky L D Fields Louisville Ky Mrs Miller and daughter Louis- Â¬ ville Ky Miss Emma Severett Louisville Ky Hon John D Carroll New Castle Ky N Moody New Castle Ky Alfred Baskett Ohristiansburg Ky J W Eastes Ohristiansburg Ky Ida Eastes Ohristiansburg Ky G L Eastes Ohristiansburg Ky Emma Eastes ChriBtiansburg Ky Florence Eastes Ohristiansburg Ky Sallie Harris Ohristiansburg Ky Warren Hudson Louisville Ky W L Jett and wife Frankfort Ky Miss Mary Jett Frankfort Ky P Major Jett Frankfort Ky W L Jett jr Frankfort Ky G W Lindsay Turners Station QHbasffl aill n 3T art prepared to turn out on ihort notioe lillHKrasyy MILES Pl1ILE6 ci5hj Ceorgeiown asd quickest to hi Cir Orleans Time 25 Hours ntlre Trains Sleepers run through Mthout change THE SHORTEST ANT iJLMCKKST l Btuuiss Jiy Uoa he Ala lXSXo XvXX XX- Georgetown to Jacksonville Time 26 Hours Thrtmgl epei without line between Clnotniritl uinl Lexington Kv TknnKnoxvilu jluuyc Thi Sliorj JV xxxxxxx xtkxxxAxxx xSx XXXX ta xx Qxxxxxx xxx- nnnlA XvX r m X H ri - X X Ttt U 17 11 l llour Roundabout Des Connor rf Lee Brawner ss Dick p Ed Roberts c Chas Tlie Ricli Itlans Sou 1J BlUMINWIOl ALV Direct ComwctloiH tt uw urleanxunl Slirct port rTexi- - Mexico ami tiWornln Lei e rninkfort vlu Koitiusv MUil inl fl tllwu via sotown 3131 iiiirriivClnuliiiiutllOw a m Quicker thiu any hUnt line All trains irrW it lep trt from Antral Clo Depot Cincinnati Atlanta ClUTrvXOOATKNtf G Axn KVIM N C VI i s Hulett The rich mans son inherits lands Van Derveer And piles of brick and stones and Watts cf Ed Suter lb WmWoods gold 3b Frank Morse If And he inherits soft white hands Capitals Wm Connor cf Geo And tender flesh that fears the cold Like soft hands and tender fleah Sememes c H Case rf Tom Mark many diseases are inherited especial ham p Ohns Stephens lb Geo ly tendencies to Asthma ConsumpGordon ss Roy Williams 3b Coley tion Bronchitis and Stomach and Liver troubles but there is a remedy Crocket If D C Knight 2b knoftn as the Golden Medical Dis covery which overcomea these dis Specimen Cases eases and cut3 off all tendencies toward a fatal result Dr Pierce of S II Clifford Now Cassel Wis was troubled with Neuralgia and Buffalo lias put this remedy within Bheumatism his Stomach was disor- Â¬ the reach of all so that even the dered his Liver was aiFected to an poor as well as tho rich can obtain alarming degree appetite fell away it It is worth more to you than and he was terribly reduced in flesh piles of brick and atone and gold and strength Three bottles of Elej Ask your druggist for it Its guaran Â¬ teed to benefit or cure in every caso trir fitters cured him Shepherd Harrodsburg or money paid for it will be refunded Edward m 311 had a running sore on his leg of eight years standing Used three Children Cry for Pitchers Castorlai bottles of Electric Hitters and seven boxes of Bucklens Arnica Salve and Darbys Prophylactic liia log is sound and well John Speaker Catawba O had live large Useitin every sick room Will Fevor sores on his leg doctors saidÂ¬ keep the atmosphere pure and ho was incurable One bottle Electric Bitters and ono box Bucklens wholesome removing all bad odors Arnica Salvo cured him entirely from any source Sold by the South Side drug store Will destroy all Disease Germs P H Carpenter 3 infection from all Fevers and all contagious diseases New Directory Xlte The eminent physician J Mari- Â¬ B Dryden is meeting on Sims of New York says I Mr John with splendid success in his canvass am convinced that Prof Darbys for tho now city directory as our Prophylactic Fluid is a most valumerchants have responded liberally able disinfectant 21 Ho In tho way of advertisements will in a few days begin taking tho names and residences of our citizens and when tho list is complete tho When Baby vras sick wo ei her Cftstorla book will be gotten out speedily Â¬ Â¬ niA J oc iivnvEV iNOlNNATl VliwPres Ill Atfl Trueliiifclnutmi K n nwAiins I V U m W WOOLLEN M BINDERY Blank Books of all kinds gotten up in the highest style of the art Old Books and Music bound at lowest rates T A iwriiiinwtfiwm wian vwi j Job Â¬ Work of all kinds solicited M Â¬ -- T0HSC CUUEM STEREOTYPIC in all its Brandies LOSS OF APPETITE Indigestion Dyspepsia Nausea Sour Stomach Sleeplessness Headache Nervous Pros tration Neuralgia Pal pitation of the Heart Loss of Huergy Weakness of Uack Feelings cf Languor and Lassitude Gen eral Debility La Grippe Etc Etc Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ All work promptly executed and satisfaction guaranteed In uso for 25 yearn nv eminent phytilulans and surKOoii lu tho Untlnd Htutex and pro nounced by them tho ttenl TONll extant It cures where all others full Try It und bo convinced Ask your Urugtrut for It Â¬ PRICE J ED RAY 100 PER BOTTLE GO Manfs Let the World Know You arc in It It seems almost a crime for hide his light under a bushel man When Bltowas a Child sho cried for Cuctoi la When alio became Miss sho clung to CastorJa When eho bad Children she gave them Costorla and Proprs GEO A LEWIS Proprietor 215 217 and 219 St Glair PItlH W ICY Sole Ky - S AVERILL Agent Street Up Stairs Frankfort Ky Frankfor lM i iif iUH iTlHIiliffMWwllwWTniffTl 1HW llll III HII Mil 111 I 1 mill I III m II I iWiii1rlBwMraliHiiFiiiiBiW I III I III II III III Ml l HIH Hill II III - II Tm ilf Mill rVWTTYl TTTT TniniWTnHrriVnTriTTllHmnil - T S f p VQ iv fi T 3 ZEE SPRING I3ST OPisaKsmBatMSjffiasTnHwj I I IMI 33 TROUSER- v SUITINGS COATINGS INGS AND HATS COME EASILY A WD MAK E YOUR SELECTION HUDSON HUM No Mistake Hales House hold Ointment for the the cure of Eerfect and all Catarrh Cold in Bronchial affections This is the only medicine known that will absolutely cure that terrible disease Catarrh which it does by allaying mucous 1X32 S Â¬ CASSELL Miwft Hfifm Wm Is made when you rely upon Dr all inflammation of the membrane lining the nasal and air passages in the most soothingÂ¬ and pleasing manner You feel relief from the first application and a continued and through uso of the medicine will effect a radical cure in the most stubborn cases of long standing Dr Hales House hold Ointment is sold at 25 and 50c per box at South Sidedrug store 3 PH Gakpinter- Nortli Pleasureville Oh what a glorious rain Mrs Wm A Duncan has returned home and has recovered good health Miss Rosa Edwards of our town iB visiting friends in Frankfort Mrs Angelina Poag of Natchez Miss is here to dispose of her moth ers property Mrs Lucy Bradley Miss Nannie Beck of Owenton is visiting her grandma Mrs Coaly Kitson Â¬ again Ohas Slemmons of the largo firm of Warrick Co Louisville Ky is visiting his parents and friends in this vicinity We are sorry to inform the readers of the Roundabout of the sickness of our esteemed friend and druggist of this place Mr A M Edwards Hope ho may rally soon and be at his post of duty fin ovnninrr last week Dr 0 F Dudley and daughter Sarah went out riding in a buggy whon the horse became frightened and ran off throwing them out from which Dr was considerably bruised and at this Miss writing is confined to his bed Sarah escaped however with slight injuries Col Tom Tipton has in course of erection a new resiaence ana when completed Uncle Tom as a matter of course will want a cook and from what we can glean we are very favorably impressed with the idea that he will take a step in that direction Success Uncle Ton The enterprising citizens of this town are favoring the project of a telephone line from here to South Bibb and Edwards Pleasureville will take charge of the line at this point sending and receiving mes sages etc Persons taking stock in the line will be entitled to a pro Â¬ rate of the proceeds of the lme The contractor proposes to com- Â¬ plete the line with two instruments Â¬ health Mrs Annie George Slommons it now at the Drennon Spring for her for 1000 Quite a number of her young friends were present by spe- Â¬ cial invitation The day was spent in the various amusements incident to childhood The dinner was excel lent and right royally did Miss Carrie assisted by her brother The Morris entertain the guests scribe hereof together with several other ladies and gentlemen of larger growth were present hugely enjoy- Â¬ ing the occasion May scores of the happy occasions be granted to you Carrie The teachers meeting in Qen Scott Browns grove last Saturday July 4th was a decided success Regular services at Buck Run to day and to morrow at the usual hours Mrs MatWhittingtonand children have returned home from a visit to relatives in Bath county Since last report Rev Jb W JiiDer heart has been set apart to the full work of the Gospel Ministry by Buck RunXJhurch of which he is Gostor The council consisted of Revs Dr J R Sampey Z T Cody E S Alder Â¬ man and J H Burdin The exercises were very solemn and impressive Mrs Fannie Parrent who has been quite sick during the past week or two is improvinc Mrs Eliza Warren and children of Louisville are visiting friends ana relatives in this community The iron bridge so long looked for at last 6pans North Elkhorn The structure is an ornament to our town as well ao a credit to the country Mr L E Burdin of St Louis is visiting his son Rev J H Burdin in our village Mr Albert Hockensmiths house in course of construction is gradually approaching completion Mr William Wilkerson and wife are visiting relatives in Woodford county uRusaell Hughes dog Bob caught a mink a few days since from the stomach of which he Rus obtained crawa sufficient to enable him to capture 10 fine bass Misses Mary Holton and Beulah Stone accompanied by Messrs J O Kingand Joe Newton visited George- Â¬ town the first ofthe week We under- Â¬ stand one of the party at least forgot to get off the cars at this place Several of our farmers have been in Louisville this week in the interÂ¬ est of their tobacco Abundant rain since commencing this letter Mr Ohes Warren of Louisville has returned home from a visit to friends in these parts Mrs Emma Pattio and daughter Miss Mary of Richmond Ky visited relatives in our town last Tuesday Rov W J Williams and family of Georgia are visiting Thomasyille friends and relatives in this section Quite a numbor of ladies and gen tlemen of this community attended the camp Meeting at mgn unuge this week 6th 189t Tle I Never Failing Rem edy Those who continue to suffer with contagious blood disease after having gone through the usual course of have one consolation treatment They can fall back on the never-fail- ing specific S SS Sometimes they suner from the disease itself and sometimes from the effects of the If n Wa m PI iuSffa 9 KY We sell it CEUTCHEH cury and other mineral poisons have been employed In either case they can find an infallible remedy in S S S It would be better to take advan- Â¬ tage of the remedy before under ffoing other treatment as thousands done and are doing but it is not everybodys foresight that is as good as hi hindsight Refrigerators gasoline stoves and water coolers at anything they will bring for cash at Buckleys Come quick 44 lt treatment itself especially if EOBEHTS Agents mer- Â¬ St Clair Street FRANKFORT If you want an easy ridinjr Saddle buy the Garford No Money STT3S2-T Required of Responsible Parties to Commence Treatment - irT IS Not if you go through the world a lyspeptio Dr Ackers Dyspepsia Tablets are a positive cure for the worst forms of Dyspepsia Indiges tion Flatulency and Constipation Guaranteed and sold by 9 J W GAYLE Druggist Â¬ IIFE WORTH GIVING ii iKOKjwnWMicmmTCtrwiwMmiumiMmiKviswtxwmtwMfnTm Shoitest aiitl thickest between CITO Onr Frankfort lisle AND FPaCTT Car Â¬ livot Hi e between hnglm id hm Kaysille Cyalhiiai mouth and Covington Fal Â¬ ASK KO It TtJiCtJii BY VI V ICS MIDLAND TIME- TMIHS RBH CEBTBaT STAHDMQ - tjmi TUAlXi Lv II A ST taoli A l I iUY a h 1 17 I UMU 1 M III Sl 11 MNo Piss 5 6 ftH 0 Ou No No 7 Pass 4 Oil J l 4 4 S3 G illseil i Maini iiioii Ar ieorrfetoun Lv Ar UiK liniiitl Lv rttneioui Kin ora sswuiur iiTo 41 6 IJ l 7 ld 7 Lli 7 GH b 45 U U 1 1 N -- 5 IS 117 Oil J 47 svoH km vi f SPKCl LIST of Cincinnati O formerly Eesi- IENT PlIYICIAS ot U iHIIvAnKIPHIA GKNERAIj HOSPITAL nill PlIY3ICIAN-If- OiiaKk of mo Oif Mimical IysriTUrK luix for thirty veins ik voted liN attention to the uvwuent of OhRONIC NERVOUS FEMALE AND SJRGIOAL DISEASES such a Rronchitis CrtTrh Couht Riioumatism all diseases of tlio Stomach Bowels Rectum Liver Ktcinryo fJladder Sexual Organs Heart Nerves and Brain diseases of tilo litt und Lar LMonnilies etc HE WILL BE AT THE I Ie t TKOEON an iijiyr m 3D j eorjjl ll Ac iv li lu Oatchum Miss Carrie Brook celebrated her the market eleventh birthday last Monday July lowest Relurnlno Every Fourth Week Thoreaiter CONSULTATION AMU EXAMINATION IS FREE and he will promptly tell you undertakes no incurable case all about your disease and tho prospects of a cure ii 7 20 Are How is your liver working St Ar Richmond LAIHKJ1 nfillctcd with any or the ills peculiar to their sex may consult him with por Â¬ couildenco you bilious Are you troubled with coualn A M IH H A MH M ted itceivo that and fuu ahsiirtaico of nttention lellef and permanent cure Their nusea Ulnd ami coiibidcrate will winch nil will appreciate Ills treatment constipation Do you feel tired und No 8 No 12 iihviys pnves sutlsfnctory lutal NiOiSo 2 No ticatmcut Is seldom ncccsnry TRAINS WEST Sun Pass1 Pass Mix Mix languid Do you wish to feel well vatat Tumors lu their earlier Btages cured vlthout pain or instrumental inlc Onh Itrtln train train train ana happy Dr Hales Household Tea ferenco Lv Rlclimoml via will work the marvelous change it tUnvillty la usually tho result of carelessness or hjnornuce It can bo jcmodled fi 10 Hi K C removes all biliousness creates a heal Gayle 7 15 l iW Winchester Erilcjy or frltfc cureil by a nnvtr flllug trcutiuuut 37 a tt 7 4S appetite and prolongs life 25 and Paris lentucjii many casts can bo cured 50o packages sold at South Side rancors pirnmuently removed Mom the most delicate organs by our own pecullt SHILOHS CATARRH REMEDY Lv Mnysvlllo via 5 20 1 50 K C method llttlo or no pain in los 01 blood no Icnlfn or caustic he only positive ewe drug store C 50 H 20 A marvelous cure for Catarrh Carlisle 3 P H Carpenter Stricture Vnricoi vlc EJyOi occte ttperiniitorrhett una all unnaturui discharge 7 40 4 10 Diphtheria Canker mouth and Ar Paris perimuiuuily cured 31 KM of nil ages who suffer fiom indiscretions nnd excesses will benefit by our counsel For Sale A brood mare with Headache With each bottle there Lv Cincinnati via a K C and ticiitment If the observe certain bedimeutH in tho urine or Irritation of tho urinary suckling mule colt price 00 In- Â¬ is an ingenious nasal Injector for the 2 2fi lie restore all such cases ornuis thoy should cousult 3 without delay more successful treatment of these Ar Colnnton rs7 37 tf Paris quire on Arnolds Hill Tin doctor treats with unialllnic success nil forms of Rcctnl niHcaHe such as Files complaints without extra charge Lv Paris 101 8 SO 4 80 20 FtNitilu and Clcorutlon of the Ilowct by a method of his own discovery CO Sold by J W Gayle 37 20 5 00 50c i U Cflntrevllle without jialu or detention fiom business He guarantees all cases Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria Price 5 19 9 I0 9 02 1149 Nvwtown Knrly Intcrforcnco la considered tho boat of judgment in all cases and saves time 5 40 Hi 10 02 7 01 Ar Jeoruetown m money and health Intending buyers of Lv Cincinnati vial The succcs attained in tho treatmont of tho cases which he makes his specialty is truly 7 00 4 00 7 Q C phenomtinal bicycles should not Ar Georgetown 10 00 1002 7 04 02 Wonderful Cares havo been effected lu old and dlfilcult casoe which havo baffled the fail to write to the Lv iponretnwi 00 41 102 IPi 02 Rather dry efforts of all others m 7 n in p firoM o 2 ii a 7 1 7 7 ro CYCLE LOUISVILLE scarce Vegetables As his rooms aro usually crowded it is bottor to call early In the day to avoid being 7 in 8 110 88 Swltzer diiuyed and Type Writer Company bi2 8 in 10 10 110 41 7 fii Blackberries plentiful Klkhorn K 10 8 10 11 01 II Persons consulting him should bring from two to four ounces of tholr urino in a clean Ar PrunUfnrt Wheat threshing under full head W Market street Louisville Ky for examination way Nos bottlo 2 7 8 ami 13 iull except Similar Nos Patlonts treated by mall or express but when nosslblo personal consultation is profer Considerable sickness in the sur- Â¬ before purchasing their mounts a uiil 4 dally N h 5 an l 0 Similars only able Ll3t of questions sent on application This company HOVAtthOlHISONtABent some place else rounding vicinity All Consultations CGrrssftontfenco and Cases Strictly Confidential Oo i SuparlntemNit n UAUP OK Mr Jack Coffer of Bath county can furnish any safety bicycle in Treatment sent C O D to- ri knr of tho United Pmvs and Canada Addrtu mMX VERNON CLARK hnertl PassenetAieiit in the neighborhood prices are the and Liver Answer Tills Question Why do so many people we see around us seem to profer to suffer and be made miserable by Indiges tion Constipation Dizziness Loss of Appetite Coming up of the Food Yellow Skin when tor 75c wo will sell them Shilohs Vitalizer guaran Â¬ teed to cure them Sold by J W Â¬ Newtown CtvitroMtltJ Ar Pulls Lv ParlHvia K C CoWngton Ar Cincinnati Lv Purls via K C Carlisle Ar Majsvllle Lv Paris via KC Wlnuliester 11 1 n ti 7 401 7 J 7 Nil 7 11 7 H5 8 lu 10 aii 7lj 5 y 0J U V2 IM Ifl r u 5 I 4 Wt lJ 18 5 2 Ui i 23 i 43 a 15 4 CAPITAL HOTEL FRANKFORT KY WEDNESDAY AUG And every fourth week 5 7 11 41 7 05 S 13 M I 037 C M 10 CO 45 fl 45 0lO J5 7 55 fi theiclter 2Consutitiau and Exnminnton Free 117 10 PJ 1 r G 15 ie I 1 I 1 H lsrc ij H Forks of Elkliorn Jfc I 1 I I Â¬ III- - 1 ii vf the - CLAUD HOWLS Cltr Ticket Agent GENERAL OmCEd i RANKKURT KY pr C H BOGMAlf 1102703 Cincinnati a V t -- JTXXJEZ ESr jECLjES Ai jETjES 3 TCr SLAUGHTER SALE XIX t - 5- - irst M OVE3R SHOES CLOTHING remember these prices are for 6000000 HITS AND FURNISHINGS In this monster sale All must be sold WE WANT MONEY AND MUST HAVE IT and you will be convinced of it when you see the great sacrifice prices And it K- - V K Sl 51- CASH ONLY 209 Ladies Kid Button Shoes go at 99c former price 140 43 Ladies Button price gi50 Dongolo go at Si 00 former 75 Dozen Genuine Domet Shirts worth 50c CASH ONLY all sizes only 25c worth 25c 73 Striped f c Cal Coats only 25c worth more only 50c than double the money 78 Seasucker Coats and Vests 60 Dozen Suspenders only 15c worth VI 37 Dozen White Shirts Linen Bosom New York Mills Cotton only 60c worth 1 00 Si 50 27 Childrens Suits Jacket and pants go at 65c TA 162 Pairs Ladies Oxford Pat Tip go at 90c former 100 price 125 5 Dozen Red Cotton Handkerchiefs only 5c worth 10c worth Si 25 1806 Childrens Suits M 137 Pairs Ladies Oxford Pat Trimmed go at 23 Dozen Boys Shirt Waists only 25c worth 40c worth 50c 5c per pair worth 10c were 135 4 Dozen Boys Knee Pantsj only 25c 32 two piece garment Si 25 150 S200 S250 S300 worth just double the money these marvelous values iv 75 Pairs Ladies and Gentlemens Tennis Oxford go at 50c former price 75c Dq en Sox only worth I2j4c 503 Pairs Blue Cotton Pants only 50c other houses will ask you 75c to Si 00 175 27 Dozen Sox better goods only 8c per pair 93 Pairs Boys Veal Calf former price 135 all sizes go at 90c 2 1 Pairs Striped Cottonade Pants beautiful pat- Â¬ terns only 60c other houses want Si 00 for Dozen Fine All Wool Overshirts beautiful colors only Si 50 worth 2 50 Dozen Linen Cellars four ply only them 806 Mens Suits Coat Pants and Vest twenty differerent siyles only 5450 Good strong f c plaids stripes c beautiful patterns 113 120 Pairs Mens Plow Shoes go at 85c fl 5i My lKri yVt worth Si 25 163 StfV V S6 Pairs Mens Buff Bals and Congress go at 110 worth 150 - worth 20c 67 Dozen Celluloid Collars only 35 I2c I2c worth 25c Mens All Wool Cheviotts go at Si 200 to Si 500 7 50 worth 123 Pairs Ky Flats go at 165 worth 225 Dozen Full Bosom White Shirts very fashionable only Si 25 worth S200 worth 25c only 25c 96 Pairs Calf a Regular 200 go at 149 33 Pairs Gentlemens Pat Leather Cloth Top sold 22 Dozen Boston Garters only 15c 35 for S500 go at 400 Dozen Cotton Drawers worth 50c good goods worth 10c New Piccadilly Gentlemens Pat Cut to S400 Cash only sold for 5 00 10 Dozen Straw Hats only 3c 27 Dozen Gauze Undershirts only 20c worth 40c Mens Black Cheviott Suits go at Siooo worth Si 500 at any house in this city 27 Blue Yacht Cloth Suits Sack or Frocks go at Siooo worth S1350 to S1500 1500 Pairs Pants all Colors Styles and Quality almost cut half in two Every article in our house cut to pieces except E W Collars and Cuffs and Dunlap Hats 53 This is undoubtedly the grandest opportunity for buyers of SHOES CLOTHING HATS and FURNISHINGS ever offered in any market in this State We ask you to come and see for yourselves Cash Only Gets These Goods CRUTCHER Main street FRANKFORT STARKS Fourth Jefferson LOUISVILLE s