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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ran PJIP mrmfr The Volume XIV A As WorkltiK In 1 rmkfort A Roundabout TERMS GEO A LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS KY AUGUST 2 100 In Advance FRANKFORT Highest of all in leavening Power 1891 Matter of Kusinesa n simple term by common sense In Inn aluko n leu hustlo cot thpro Kaaso imrellntii Were working something nil the time no mutter what we ilo Put vmtcli the other follow for lie may be work Â¬ ing you K r For Instance there nro builiu schemes In which pu would invest yourfrlHml decides to let ou In liecuuso ho loves you cut He doesnt want to make a emit perhaps It may be true Rut keep our eye upon your frlrnd no muy be working jou would not abuso the frlend- Now you of eour shlpof ii man nut when yon see a dollar you will solze It If you can YouwouM not work ft frjeml oil no for friend a ie very few nut look out for our warmest friend he may be working you You mav have a friend In business who would sell you ko1 sat cost He docs so Just to please you and no matter what hes lost He bows in d scrapes nnd thanks ytu Just as other people do Bu t never for u monent would he think of work Ins you You work n unap yourself sometimes and In a ulet way Invito your friends tololn the danco und then the Ilddler pay They dont know what youre driving at because Hut while youre working all your worklnK you frlends-per-hapstheyie Baking It Rcvl U S Govt Report Aug j 1889 sm Powder R K McCLURE ABSOLUTELY PURE No Mistake Hales House hold Ointment for the Is made when you rely upon Dr to btj st stys frolv- Number 50 Tixlny your bank account run short you simply borrow ten And pay it back to morrow with profoundest thankfi and then Your friend returns the compliment and multi- Â¬ plied by two You thought that you were working him while he was working jou The moral of the thing Is thls weve nil an ax to grind Walt until jour turn conies round joumay bo left behind Just take your chances at the wheel as all of us St And work the other fellow whlle working you ho thinks hes The American irocer Liver Are How io your liver working you bilious Are you troubled with constipation Do you fool tired and languid Do you wish to feel well and happy Dr Hales Household Tea will work the marvelous change it removes all biliousness creates a heal appetite and prolongs life 25 and 50c paokages sold at South Side drug store 3 P H Carpenter W Viewing tlie Line The Louisville Commercial says Major N R Olcott chief engineor and J W Finstol secretary of John- Â¬ Faught a construction son Bros company of St Louis are stopping at the Louisville Hotel They are returning from an inspec Â¬ tion of the route of the proposed exÂ¬ tension of the Kentucky Midland Railroad from Paris to Licking river in Powell county The Midland now Tuns from Frankfort to Paris a dis- Â¬ tance of fifty miles and the exten- Â¬ sion will develop some rich country In the Licking valley It is probable Faught will that JohnBon Bros take hold of the Midland enterprise and push it through to completion The Bourbon News says A party of capitalists and contractors composed of Messrs Win Anderson of Chicago D W H Jones of Phila- Â¬ delphia N R Alcott of Padueah J WFriscoe and R F Johnson of Pans Tenn havo been in the city ior several days discussing the question of extending the Kentucky Midland Yesterday Railroad to Owingsvillo morning they started out to go over the old survey the route through the farms of Mr J E and Hon 0 M Clay jr to North Middletown cure of Catarrh gorfect and all Bronchial Cold in the affections This is the only medicine known that will absolutely cure that terrible disease Catarrh which it does by allaying all inflammation of the mucous membrane lining the nasal and air passages in the most soothing Is now receiving and opening the LARGEST AND MOST COM- Â¬ and pleasing manner You feel re- Â¬ PLETE LINE of ladies mens misses and childrens lief from the first application and a continued and through use of the medicine will effect a radical cure in hardt pastor the most stubborn cases of long Hales House Mr Frank Heatons barn and con- Â¬ standing is Dr at 25 and 50c hold per sold Mon- Â¬ Ointment tents were destroyed by fire last box at South Sidedrug store Â¬ day night We have not been in 3 P H Carpenter- formed as to all the articles consum- Â¬ 1 thresh- Â¬ ed but among the rest a No ing machine The origin of the fire CANT SLEEP NIGHTS is not certainly known but supposed Is the complaint of thousands suffer Â¬ to be incendiary ing from Consumption We report several cases of measles Coughs etc Asthma Did you ever try Dr in our village and vicinity at the Acknors English Remedy It is the In Frankfort all of which will be sold at prices to suit the present time best preparation known for all Lung times We have Mr Allen and wife of Shelby county Troubles Sold on a positive guaran Â¬ are visiting their daughter Mrs WO tee at 25c and 50c 9 J W Gayle Druggist Bedford who has been quie sick dur- Â¬ ing the past two or three weeks Dr O B Demaree who has been W L Coppersmith challenges com- Â¬ residing in our midst for a considera- Â¬ parison in workmanship on any 234 St Clair ble time left last Tuesday for a new repairs in his line 45 ly field of labor We wish him abund- Â¬ street ant success A pair W L Coppersmith the jeweler Apply to of good mare mules for sale Â¬ W J Hughes Co at sawdoes the best of work at moderate mill 48 tf prices Call and see 234 St Clair For men boys and children DERBY STRAW AND FELT 45 ly street m Pabsts Milwaukee beer the coolest W L Coppersmith the jeweler is and the best in the city can be found 234 at Geo B Salenders 45 St Clair the leading repairer in the city 49 2t 45 ly St Clair street street his success Mr Baker of St Louis succeeds Mr Bigstaff as manager of the Mack lin estate here The old Macklin mill will at once be refitted and put in perfect running order from whence will be produced first class meal and flour Mr Frank Heaton and wife and Mrs Frank Clubb and little son are on a visit to friends in Henry county Regular services at Buck Run to- Â¬ morrow both morning and night at the usual hours Rev F W Eber of his many friends at this place for WHO FOR THE SHOES HATS HATS i j FRANKFORT MALE ACADEMY A classical and English School for boys and young men The Third Annual Session begins Monday Sept 7 1891 For terms etc address -- Books and Stationery Remember the old stand fi5itefoet ky Andxe-w n e OB At iv- ifi W June 5 3m A CHILD KILLED Another child killed by the use of opiates given in the form of Soothing Why mothers give their Syrup children auch deadly poison is surpris Â¬ ing when they can relieve tho ohild of its poculiar troublos by using Dr Ackers Baby Soother It contains no opium or morphine Self by 0 J W Gayle Druggist W L Coppersmith makes a Besotting specialty of fine work diamonds etc 234 St Clair street 45 JlSXXXj Bros is flce tiesis aroiR j Fia ller Case Frankfort S7 212 ST CLAIR ST And go there when you want to buy 11 Forks oiElkliorn A very severe thunder storm visit ed this section last Sunday night ac companied by the heaviest rainfall of the season The corn prospect is very flattering promising a yield equal to thojlast Quitd a number of tlio populace attended the Association at South Bon son last Wednesday and Thursday Miss Alice McBrido who has been in feeble health for several months remains about as when last reported Mrs Iva Hoak of Louisville Mrs Frank Uttorback of Shelby villo and Mrs Alice Hubble and Miss Emma Hubble of Frankfort havo boon the guests of Miss Mollio McBride this week Mrs Lucy Sacra and daughter of Frankfort were in our city recently Tho remains of Mr Thomas War- renwif e and two sons and two daugh- Â¬ ters buried at thiB place many years ago were exhumed last Tuesday and Â¬ XjigfcLt XVstg oxis O O CO CO i ly Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria LOUISVILLE MARKET TOS6ACCO FURNISHED RY GLOVER DURRETT LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE hhds For tho timo of year receipts and sales continue very large Such fill- Â¬ ers as aro bringing from 700 to 1200 continue irregular and nro easier but all other grades command full prices Tho following quotations fairly represent our market for burloy 71524 Sales on our market for tho week just closed amount to 3034 hhdswith receipts of 2441 for tho same period Sales on our market since January 1st amount to 102735 hhds Sales of tho crop of 1810 on our market to dato CO L - w CO m s owe SmmWfiwSMty I v CD CD CO o o co fort Mr BigstafT having been appointod to tho oflico of evangelizing by tho Evangelical Committee of the Presby Â¬ terian Synod ofKontuoky will in a short timo enter upon tho dischargo of his duties as such Mr Eigstaff re interred at tho cemetery at Frank Â¬ carries with him the earnest prayers tobacco Oolory trash Common lugs not colory Oolory lugs Common loaf Medium to good loaf Good to flno flllors Select or wrappery Trash dark or damaged tobacco 2 00 4 00 3 00 fl 00 5 00 8 00 12 00 3 50 8 00 5 00 10 00 8 00 12 00 20 00 loaf 20 00 33 00 All styles of hand made Harness Saddles Buggy Dusters Fly Nets Horse Boots and other Turf Goods m M L v r k Miss Josie and Mrs W C Lutkcmei New York City er left Tuesday afternoon for a visit r Mr F H George of Cincinnati is to friends in Cincinnati visiting Mr Mason Barret on Miss Nettie Parker of Lexington Wilkerson street who has been visiting friends in this Miss Mamie Green of Louisville is city for the past three weeks left for visiting Mrs F V Gray on Conway home Monday afternoon street South Side Mrs Mildred Pettit of Lousivillet Mr J Winslow Robinson of Belle who has been visiting her neice Mrs point left Monday for a visit to R Rogers in this city left Monday to Woodford county visit friends in Lexington Mrs Sue Rodman has returned Mr W H Posey wife and children from a visit of several months to her and MissMollie Berryman who have daughter in Utah been visiting friends in Lawrence wife are visiting burg returned home Thursday Mr Peter Jettand the family of Mr M H Cromwell Capt R S Burnett and wife and near Jetts Station Messrs T C Wiley and Richard De Miss Minnie Fitzpatrick of Louis- honey came down from Lock ville is visiting the Misses Newman 6 and spent the day here Sunday on Conway street Miss Katie Brown of Shelbyville Miss Mayme Gaines entertained a who has been visiting in this city for few friends at her home in Bellepoint the past week left Monday for home accompanied by Miss MagcieParker on last Monday night MissBettie McKee of Woodford Mrs Fred Brooks nee Miss Nellie Sanders of New York is visiting her county who has been visiting Misi Julia Hardie of Bellepoint for the father on Ann Street Miss Mary Brown of Indianapolis last week returned home Monday Miss Cecil Lewis of Stamping Indiana is the guest of Miss Pattie who has been visiting Ground Williams on Steele street Misses Maggie and Louisa Daniel Misses Julia and Mattie McClure Â¬ yesare visitingMiss Clara Crutcher near on Conway street returned home terday Ducker Station thifi week Â¬ Mrs Howard A M Henderson of Mrs R M Aldridge and grandCincinnati is visiting her sister Mrs daughter little Miss Mary Gray left the first of the week for Petoskey J 0 Mastin on Third street Minhicran to stav until the first of Col JStoddard Johnston and wife October of Louisville have been visiting Misses Laura French Janie De friends in this city this week honev and Dessie Wingate who have Mrs Samuel D Winter of St been visiting the family of Rev B T Louis who has been visiting relatives Quinn in Georgetown returned home in this city has returned home Wednesday Mrs Logan McKee of Cincinnati Miss Sadie Grant of Frankfort is is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs visiting MibS Pattie Macey Miss Wm French on Conway street Hanna Smith returned home Satur- Â¬ Mr R A Peter jr of Louisville day after a visit to friends in Frank- Â¬ is in the city visiting the family of fort Versailles Clarion Mr J M Todd Wapping street Miss Carrie Hodges of Lousvillo Mrs Annie Hoppel and daughter who has been visiting her aunt Mrs of Cincinnati are the guests of Mrs J N Crutcher of Bellepoint for tho r Dr Geo W Chinn on Broadway past week left Tuesday afternoon for Mrs James A Hodges and daugh a trip to Mammoth Cave Mr Chas Tamblyn and bride nee ters of Louisville are visiting Mrs Helen McClure on Conway street Miss Nettie Pryor have returned Lieut and Mrs J J Crittenden of from Detroit Michican after a brief relatives and have the U S army are visiting Mr and visit to Mr taken rooms at the Kenyon S Taylor at Thistleton Mrs J Masters Thomas and James Mc Mrs A Greenwood and Mrs Chas Haydon of Louisville are visiting Gurk who have been visiting their brother Master John McGurk on Mrs E A Fellmer on Third street to their Dr Sam E James and wife left the South Side returned Sunday afternoon Lexington Monday for a visit of several weeks home in Prof McHenry Rhoades and family to Greenbriar Springs Lincoln counarrived in the city Wednesday from ty and have gone to house- Â¬ Ex Gov J Proctor Knott of Leba- Â¬ Hartford keeping in the new house just com- Â¬ non was in the city Wednesday look- Â¬ by Mr J B Utterback on ing very much improved since his last pleted Â¬ Â¬ past boen in the city for tho purpose of establishing a branch office of Hon W L Rinpo of Ashland was that organization loft Monday for Nicholasville in the city on Tuesday Mrs J T Gaines and daughter Prof A Fuller Case returned from Miss Mariam of Cresent Hill Jeffer hie vacation on Tuesday Hon H E Taylor jr loft last Sat- Â¬ son county are visiting Mrs Dr U V Williams urday for a trip to Chicago Mrs A W Cromwell and daughter Miss Lizzie Downey of Forest Miss Loulie returned Saturday from Hill is visiting friends in Lexington a sojourn of so vecal weeks at Dren Miss Myra Wiard is visiting her non Springs sister Mrs R B Franklin in Beatty Rev George Darsie left Monday ville to attend the meeting of tho State Mrs Preasmyer of Louisville is Convention of tho Christian Church visiting her sister MrsSzymanski in at Covington this city MiRsMattie Henderson has returned Miss Dave L Combs of Lexington to her brother Rev II G Hender Â¬ is visiting Miss Maymo Gaines of son of this city after a months visit Bellepoint in LaGrange Messrs Frank and James McKee Mrs Thompson and Mrs Theodore of Woodford county were in the city Wylie have returned from a visit to on Tuesday Lieut Thompson U S A at Rock Miss Jo Duvall has returned home Island Arsenal from a pleasant visit to friends at Mr Paul S Drane one of the edi- Â¬ Catlettsburg New York Sun is in the Mr Geo II Miller of this county tors of the city visiting his parents Judge Geo left Monday to visit friends in Greens C Drnnc and wife burg Indiana Mrs Clark and daughter Miss Alice Messrs Frank Johnson and 0 B Saturday from of Newport arc the guests of the Gayle returned family of Mr WM Culter cornerj Niagara Falls Main and Cross streets Col Dallas C Crutch er returned Mr George Salender and daughter Saturday from a two weeks stay in Personal PROMOTED Mr E P Bryan to be Su- Â¬ Â¬ perintendent of Ter minals Â¬ Mr Edward P Bryan who for the past twenty years has been tho agent N Railroad in this city of the L has boen appointed to tho position of Superintendent of Terminals of N system which position tho L carries with it a handsome salary and Mr Bryan has accepted He will take charge of the ofilce on the first of September and will remove to Louisville to reside Of all the N a well earned employes of the L promotion could not have come to a more worthy gentleman or a more faithful official While tho friends of Mr Bryan among whom arc num Â¬ bered every man woman and child in the city are glad to see that his employers appreciate his long and faithful service there is universal regret expressed at the loss of such an excellent citizon and clever gen Â¬ tleman for the city can not afford to loae many such But now that he has started upon the up giade we Hope soon to see him reach the top round and his name be recorded among the great railroad magnates of the country There is no position N that ho within the gilt of the L is not worthy to fill and when they have another office to give out with a big fat salary attached wo name Ed Bryan as the man for the position Â¬ for Infants and Children Castoria cures Colic Constipation Sour Stomach Diarrhoea Eructation Kills Worms gives sleep and promotes di gestion WltEoot injurious medicatloa For several years I have recommended your Castoria and shall always continue to do so as it has Invariably produced beneficial results Edwin F Pardks M D The Winttorop 125th Street and 7th Ave New York City COMTAMV CmatoriaUso well adapted to children that I recommend itas superior to any prescription known to mo n A Arckkx M D Ill So Oxford St Brooklyn N T The use of Castoria is so universal and merits so well known that it seems a work of supererogation to endorse it Few are the intelligent families who do not keep Castoria within easy reach Carlos Marttw DD New York City Late Pastor Bloomingdalo Reformed Church 1U Tint CSMTABR 77 MURRAY StRKKT NEW YORK PILES FOR MEDICINAL Pni- - en o jUw mim THE GREAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY sfe vtv 2TG2 SALT RHEUM ECZEMA WOUNDS BURNS SORES CROUP BRONCHITIS c PIL ESI l Tho Patent of Insomnia The parent of insomnia or wakefulness U la nlno cases out of ten a dyspeptic stomach Good digestion gives sound sleep Indigestion Interferes with it The brain and stomach sympathizes One of tho prominent symptoms of a weak state of the gastric organs is a dis turbance of the great nerve entrepot the brain Invigorate the stomach and yon re store equilibrium to tho great centre A most reliable medlcino for the purpose is Hoetet rera Stomach Bitters which is far preferable to mineral sedatives and powerful narcotios which though they may for a time exert a soporific influence upon the brain soon ceaso to act and invariably injure tho tone f the stomach The Bitters on tho contrary re store activity to the operations of that all Important organ and their beneficent influ- Â¬ ence is reflected in sound sleep and a tranquil stato of the nervous system A wholesome impetus is likewise given to the action of the Uvsrand bowels by its use Â¬ Â¬ Send three two cent stamps for free sample box and book TKR-OID--SO- HP BATH TOILET AND NURSERY PURPOSES i PRICE 50 CENTS r ri s TAR OID CO ca hv TD jl v Decl3 ly t i r i OHICAGO p-m H r iwx -- i kt u iu rrnrvR -A L Â¬ every WATERPROOF COLLAR or CUFF BE UP THAT CAN BE RELIED ON TO JXTot Paris Fair The fifty fourth annual fair of the Bourbon County Agricultural Asso- Â¬ ciation will commence at Paris on Tuesday September 1st and con- Â¬ tinue five days This is the oldest and one of the best fairs in the State and ia now one of the moat conve- Â¬ nient for our people to attend In addition to the ring shows which are always first class there will be inter- Â¬ esting running and trotting races each day The Midland Railroad will sell THE MARK Wot to T31fiOOloiPf BEARS THIS MARK to ghPlt2 S fl TRADE SBSSSSSSSSSKBBSSSBKBBSSSSkSSSSSSSl BbV H LLUL0ID Mark CAN it n NEEDS NO LAUNDERING BI WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMENT k- - round trip tickets at greatly reduced rates and will run special trains the last four days of the fair leaving here THE ONLY LINEN LINED WATERPROOF COLLAR IN THE MARKET s VI at 830 a m BRYANT Book keeping STRATTON Business Miles Nerve and Liver Pills 8horthand Teleqraphy oi Write for Catalogue ami Full Information IWWIW I C IIIAIIsshrv v College i 5 fit J 50 children Act on a now principle -- regulating the liver stomach and bowels though the nerves A new discovery Dr Miles Pills speedily cure biliousness Daa taste torpia liver piles constipa- Â¬ tion Splendid for men women and doses for 25 cents Samples free at 45 ly W Gayles Frankfort Ky JACOB SWIGERT CO I 9 Smallest mildest surest Have Removed From the Baltzel Building v H Franklin Association The Franklin Baptist Association Ts Â¬ held its annual bession with the of Hotelchurch ut South Benson on Wednes- Â¬ day and Thursday The attendance JBSTThey will fill this space with an entirely new advertisement in a was large and a considerable amount short time Col of business was transacted Thos Rodman waB re tlected as mod- Â¬ erator and W H Parrent clerk The Capital City Business Collep meeting next year will be held with the Forks of Elkhorn church on tho arjESE third Tuesday in August DEN ART HALL INI SHORTHAND INSTI 2sAT2r STZEeZEHET TO H101 MD 102 UNN STR EETH- OUST the Capital - i J -- 3 T1 Al H G MATTER visit Misses Nattaile McDaniel and Mary Bell Violett of Bellepoint left Tues- Â¬ day for a visit to relatives in Louis ville Mr and Mrs S C Sayres left on Saturday evening for St Louis to Tisit their daughter Mrs James F Meek Mr Morton Procter cadet at the Naval Academy Annapolis is visit Â¬ ing his parents Mr and Mrs John R Procter Mrs Gen Jno Rodman and daugh 3 ter Miss Hallie ol Louisville are visiting the family of Mr G Russell Do You Want to Rent Rodman Mr Will G Fox the local agent A good farm If you do call on Wm Loan Oromwell who has one advertised in for the Iron Belt Building Aflsociation who has for some time j another column SHILOHS CATARRH REMEDY A marvelous cure for Catarrh Diphtheriu Canker mouth and Third street Heauache With each bottle there is an ingenious nasal Injector for the more successful treatment of these Now Try Tills complaints without extra charge Â¬ It will cost you nothingand will sure- Price 50c Sold by J W Gayle 37 ly do you good if you have a Cough Cold or any trouble with Throat Jhest or Lungs ur kings is ew dis- Â¬ IS LIFE WORTH LIVING covery for Consumption Coughs and Not if you go through the world Colds is guaranteed to give relief or Acker Dyspepsia money will be paid back Sufferers dyspeptic aDr Tablete aw positlre cure for theÂ¬ from La Grippe found it just the worst forms of Dyspepsia Indiges thing and under its use had a speedy tion Flatulency and Constipation and perfect recovery Try a sample Guaranteed and sold by bottle at our expense and learn for 0 J W Gayle Druggist yourself just how good a thing it is TrialbottleflfreeatPHiL Carpenters Drug Store Large size 50c 100 Wanted A Partner I want partner with a small capital to go into the dry goods and grocery business in a country store No ex- Â¬ penses and a No 1 cash trade assured to tho right man For further par Â¬ ticulars apply to this office 48 1 tute will open the Ilrst ber lbJl Photognnber 334 MAIN STREET Monda lu SeptemNight session open second Monday Send for prospectus Addiess E U ELLIOTT July 4 8m urunkfort Ky UNION 11 KENTUCKY RAILWAY C0t j 189CV TIME CARD EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 2IST GOING EAST Leave Clay City Arrive Lumber Point FRANKFORT New KY Store Co LeaveLexIngtonT Leuve Winchester Hardware Arrive Three Forks Leave Three Forks Arrive Elkatawa GOING WEST Leave Elkatawa Arrive Three Forks Arrive Lumber Point Arrive Cla City Arrive Winchester 800 p m 4 iK p m 451 p in 625pm 630 p m-Ilb0 a m 126 p in H35 a m 1030 a m 6110 u m Geo WILL L Hannen tf 005 u m 7 37 a ni 830 a in U 30 u m Arrive Lexington Connections made at LumboF Point with steamer for Beattyvllle Elkutaua Is nearest station to Jackson Ky Trains between Three nro requested to reserve their Forks and Lexington run dally between Three Their friends orders and cull upon them uh soon us they uro Forks and Elkatawa dally Sundays excepted J L MURPHY ready for business General Passenger Agent July 18 it OPEN A HARDWARE 8TORE IN THE on Hroadwuy at present occupied by C E Collins ltro on the LeuveThree Forks 7TH OF ATTGTJST yl Ml A riS5W IfifrKr v r WfvJTiroj S ITT- rf rnjJPrflr Wr 4ZVpffTlrw C T s A Dead Shot I fl J If R tf VJ I Right at tho Boat of difficulty is ac- Â¬ complished by the sure and steady aim of Dr Sagos Catarrh Remedy Dont fool around with a pop gun nor a Flint lock when this relia Â¬ ble Winchester is within reach Dr Sagos treatment of catarrh is far superior to the ordinary and when directions aro reasonably well followed results in a permanent euro Dont longer be indifferent to tho verified claims of this unfailing 500 is offered in good remedy faith for an incurable case of Catarrh in tho head by its proprietors tho riders present except Crutcher to Worlds Dispensary Medical Asso- Â¬ start in tho two mile race ho went ciation Buffalo N Y At all drug- Â¬ the distance against time and gists made the two miles in 729 covering Got Tlic Contracts the first milo in 340 and tho second The enterprising hardware firm of Gray Church on Main street se Â¬ cured the contract for the electrio plant in use at look No 6 on the Ken- Â¬ tucky river They were the success- Â¬ ful bidders against several manufac- Â¬ turers for supplying the large amount of spikes for the dam to be erocted at Solbort and Crutohor Tho cham- Â¬ THE- pionship handicap- - one milo for tho medal was run Crutcher starting ROUTE from the scratch Williams 120 yards OD KENTUCKY t in advance and Solbort 30 yards ahead Valley Co K D Williams won with Newport News Mississippi of Williams Selbert second and Crutcher third Time Williams 321 Selbert 221 Tho track was Washington Philadelphia and Crutcher 322 rough and a Btrong wind was blowing New York at the time and under tho circum- Â¬ Baltimore stances tho time was very good Old Point and the Sea Shore As there was none of tho best AND ALL EASTERN IN EFFECT MAY F n s l Mill EAST BOUND Dally Lexington Lvu 7a5wu B2iam Winchester Mt Sterling Arr a 52am Arr Olive Hill Lye 10 40am 12 lonm Ashiiind 1228pm Cuttlettsburg 18 -- FOR LOW PRICES CALL ON- - Hardware Wall Paper and Decorations Lime Plaster Cement Glass Oils and E COLLINS deHiErs iar Kised Paints Harnsss BRO Steel Iron Belting Sash 3Door3 BliMLd3 ALSO A Scc 2Po wder Sliot and Spoils FULL LINE OK CITIES MM Sewer and Flue Pipe and Rack Salt MAIN AND LEWIS STREETS-41-l- y in 349 Tho quarter and half mile races wero not run Limited Acm Accm Express Dally lliillv Dally ex Sun Itxsun 615pm 5 ISpiii 11 401111 7 UUpm I UDtll 128dpni 730pm 7 Cum 1 05pm 1000pm FRANKFORT KENTUCKY Wt- v I Ifr t Iw i 0- lit R Capt W A Abbott who has long been with Messrs Percival and Hat ton Real Estate and Insurance Brokers Dob Moines Iowa and is one of the best known and most re- Â¬ spected business men in that city says I can testify to the good Lock No 6 of Chamberlains Cough my emedy Having used it Discovered by tlte People family for the past eight years in can I safely say it has no equal for either Many of the inventors and vendors colds or croup 60 cent bottles for Â¬ of the various nostrums that are offer- sale by J W Qayle ed to tho public to day only to disap- Â¬ pear and succeeded by something else to morrow make tho most sweeping married in Louisville and absurd claim b for them They are heralded as cure alls and it is no Mr Coly Whitehead and Miss wonder that tho public has become Tho most remarkable Annie T Egbert of this city went suspicious fact in the history of S S S for un- Â¬ to Louisville on Thursday where like most other proprietory medi- Â¬ cines it has a history is this That they were married returning to this a great many of its virtues have been city yesterday morning on the 1020 discovered by the people themselves train It has never been advertised as a specific for skin cancer and yet there Harvest Excursions are many testimonials going to show that S S S will cure that dread dis- Â¬ Tho L N will sell round trip ease These testimonials are of such tickets to Arkansas and Texas points a chnracter that there is no going Huntington Arr izupm J 03pm 1080pm 1043pm 1107pm DAILY ti 451111 U45um UlKuiu 0 25am DUDLEY INSTITUTE Â¬ WEST HOUND DAILT Huntington Lve Cnttlettsburg Ashland Olive IJI11 Arr 600am 625am 63 m 2 m 10 120pm 13Jpm 150pm 303pm Mt Sterling Lve Winchester 1115am Lexington Arr 1205pm Aim 10pm 4ttim 8 55nm Ex Sun 432pm B25am 1 20pm 458pm 7 15am 1 55 pm 5 30pm 805am 2 45pm 7 6 57pm 6fprn The thirty first semi annual session of this school willbegin LIMITED VESTIBULED EXPRE3S runs dally und has Vestlbuled Pullman Bullet Sleep- Â¬ ers between Louisville Lexington Washington New York and Old Point Comfort This train Is made part of the celebrated SEPTEMBER June i8-3-m 14 1891 ZF 3F C T7 O East of Huntington on the FAST MAIL TBAINS Route runs daily between Make direct Lexington and Huntington O At connections at Huntington with C ABhlnud with S V By At Winchester with K C It It north and south bound and at Lexing- Â¬ X L S and C N O ton with L T P Rail Â¬ roads LEXINGTON AND OLIVE HILL ACCOMMO Â¬ DATION dally except Sundav Connects at Winchester to and from K C Points and at Lexington with L N R R for Louisville Ky LEXINGTON AND MT STERLING ACCOMMO DATION runs dally excent Sunday and mkes Â¬ For terms apply to T M TURNER Prin AT- - fl behind the returns Low Rates N will sell round trip tickets to Winchester Ky August 24th and 25th at one fare good to re Â¬ turn until and on August 31st on acÂ¬ August 20th September and one third first clans limited faro Limited thirty days IB 29 at The L E P Bryan Agent Answer TIiJs Question count of Knights of Tabor The L N will also sell tickets to Lexington August 25 to 29 at one fare good to return until and on August 31st on account of Lexington Fair Sliiiolis Consumption Cure Why do so many people we see around us seem to prefer to sutler XIIVIE TASiLE and be made miserable by Indiges tion Constipation Dizziness Loss of The following time table is now in Appetite uonnng up or tne toou effect upon the L X road Yellow Skin when lor 75c we will TBAINS WKST sell them Shilohs Vitalizer guaran Â¬ teed to cure them Sold by J W No23 loavosFriinkfort 550 am direct connection at Winchester to and from Mlddlesborough and Richmond and at Lex Â¬ ington with L S By for Louisville KItANKLIN CIUCUIT COIIIT For full information in regard to Rates Routes COLKMAN E IlEADINO tc Vc apply to any Agent of this or connecting versus In Equity lines or to Aiitt I Heading Ac C L BtmvN II 1 IIUNTINOTOV V PandG M Gen Pass Agent BY VIRTUE OK THE JUDGMENT RENDHRED theiitxivo cause at tin Tune term 1831 I LEXINGTON KY will soil ut lmbllc salv to tlit lilclitst and Uest W S lUitntsov Ky G W Buinev bidder on G A Lexington Ky GA Ashland n nu Monday Sept 7 1891 At the Court house dour in the city of Frankfort Kentucky between the hour- - of 10 oclock 11 111 and 3 oclock p in on a credit of six and twelve months In euual Installment- - the foUowiui propel ty That tract of land known as tho Samuel v Reading farm situated on the ArnoldH Vent road In Ernnklin county containing about 1XK acres and adjoining the Ian s of J It Iluwklns OutMi Tapp and Joseph Robinson Purchaser to give bond with goodnnd sufficient T Id i 1 IT aT WD QUICKEST him utlre k lew Uim I Gayle 37 ys5 - rf This is beyond question the most Born successful Cough Medicine we have ever sold a few doses invariably POWER In this city on Sunday August 16 cure the worst cases of Cough 1891 to Mr 1M rower mid wife a daughter Croun and Bronchitis while its won on Monduy August HEFFNER In tills derful success in the cure of Con- Â¬ lTthrlbJl to Mr Win city Heffuer mid wife u X sumption is without a parallel in the daughter history of medicine Since its first Beattyrllle on Wednesday FRANKLIN discovery it has been sold on a August 19th 1891At to Mr Robert U Franklin mid guarantee a test which no other wife n daughter medicine can stand If you have a cough we earnestly ask you to try it Price 10c 50c and 1 If your lungs Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria are sore chest or back lame use Shilohs Porous Plaster Sold by J W Gayle 37 No 17 loaves No 21 loaves No lOleaves Frankfort Frankfort Frankfort 035 a in 300 p in 700 pm p m Time 25 Hours 17 Coaelie Iri h Uicts Oir t Sleepers run through without change TBAINS EAST p m leaves Frankfort arrives Frankfort f35 p m Nos 23 and 21 still connect for Cincin Â¬ nati but 21 no longer connects for Shel No 22 24 No 18 leaves Frankfort No 20 leaves Frankfort 1020 a m No i rA alS surety bearing liOJfrgni date to have the A Hen will force and effect of a repTPVfta bond be reserved on the property iold until all the purchase money Is paid W Aug J2 3t H POSEY Muster Commissioner THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST - Georgetown to Jacksonville Ala byvillo No 23 still makes Shelbyville connection EPBRYAN Agent Buckleus Arnica Salve Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria JBuckleys Improvements The second story of Mr John T Buckleys establishment has been neatly fitted up the ceiling panneled and the walls painted and the large stock of china ware moved up there while the store room is being thor- Â¬ oughly overhauled The ceiling of the storo room has also been panneled the old wooden floor has been taken np and will be replaced by a hand- Â¬ some tyle floor and the elevator is being put up Mr Buckley is a hust- Â¬ ler and will have ono of the business houses in the city when he gets all tho improvements made hand--some- st The best salve In the world fci Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt PROPERTY FOR SALE Tetter Rheum Fever Sores Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns and all Skin Eruptions and posi- WEDNESDAY SEPT 9 1891 tively cures Piles or no pay reHAVE qunllfled as administrator of the estate quired It is guaranteed to give I of my deceasedjdaughterSallle Sanders Chiles perfect satisfaction or money re and as guardian of her children mid all persons against will present funded Price 25 cents per box having claims proven upsaid estatu Indebted to and those them properly payment The large the estate will For sale by South Side drug store brick residence please muke In South Frankfort with 9 or 10 Â¬ Â¬ Dwelling For Rent ALLHN UTLEY ANNA versus II BOTTS AC All trains arrlv at depart from Central Unloa THE BYInVIRTUE OFcause JUPOMENT RENDERED Depot Cincinnati ut February Term 1889 the above For Rates Maps Ac address nml June Term 1891 1 will sell at public sale to FRANK W WOOLLEY xiv AT li lull nvj i Time 26 Hours Througl leepors without ohimge line oemeen uncinnau una Lexinoton Kt Time 2 KNOXVILLK ASIIKVILLK GUATTN0OUA TKNN FRANKLIN CIRCUIT COURT C In Equity am IB AIA Direct Connections at New Orleanind Shreve port r Texts Mexico and California L e Frankfort via Kentucky Midland Railway getown 515a marrlveClnclunatllO23 via Quicker than any other line Atlanta BIKM1NU1IAM TKNN G X C 17 11 la 15 The Short Hours the est and best bidder on Monday Sept 7 1891 CC Lexington Ky D G EDWARDS HARVEY Vlce Pres U P CINCINNATI O T A Traveling Pass Agt 5 HEBggSS iy P H Carpenter -- - a PimDlMHiiidaehis Loss of Stop a Wury Ftillnf Pains In Body or Limbs Want of Appitlti 5 Eruptions If you sufftr from 5 any of thisa symptoms takt When Baby was sick wa gara her Castoria When she was a Child she cried for Castoria When she became Miss she clung to Castoria When she had Children she gave them Castoria ACKERS English BLOOD i S doctor At the Court house door In the city of Frank fort Kentucky between the hours of 10 oclock u in and 3 oclock p in on a credit of nine eighteen and twenty four months In equal In Â¬ stallments the following property tract and boundary of land lying The rooms all hi first class order and ready tor occu- cast ofentire county Ky con- Â¬ In pancy at once will be for rent a long lease pre Â¬ taining Frankfort onFranklinEdmund Botts re 27Wj acres which ferred Persons wishing to lease this desirable sided In 1878 und up to the time of Ills death and residence can call on me or on Col John L Scott on which his widow Anna H Botts now resides All the household und kitchen furniture and lying near and bordering on the old LC L bank stock will be sold on the premises at 10 now the L S railroad some three or four oclock on Wednesday Sept J MM Terms all lullas east of Frankfort and being the same tract sales under 10 cash over 110 on a credit of 6 of land conveyed to said Edmund Botts by deed months Persons desiring toexnmlne the prop- from Samuel Bscearce and James LScenrcennd erty will find some one there to show it to them bounded on the north by said railroad and Jones Suiuel Sandkus land 011 the east by the lauds of T J Jett und Administrator and Guardlun Win W Jett on the south by lands of Levi T Frankfort Aug 20 1801 Crutcher and on the west by the lands of Murcus Aug 20 18 t Cromwell Purchaser to glvo b nil with good and sum dent surety bearing Interest from date to havo the force and effect of 11 replevin bond A Hen will be reserved on the property sold until all the purchase money is paid W II POSEY Muster Commissioner Â¬ Â¬ NOTICE Wakken Atnes Admk Plaintiff vs- niuiKn Ainr3 iiKiiis ALL hereby notllled to produce the same before me on or before the 24th day of August 1891 proven us required by law WM CROMWELL Equity vi ueicnuuius PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST estate of Warren A ynes deceased are Commissioner F C C P Farm THE for Rent FURNITURE Vig8 1S91 U Mrs 2r NichnlasuillE and little girls 14 1891 X Ky Year For catalogue apply Sinking Slowly We regret to announce that Judge Alvin Duvall who has been quite ill for several weeks grew worae on Monday has been unconscious most of the time since thou and it is feared that ho is gradually approaohing the p M- end m - Many bodily ills result from habitu Â¬ al constipation anda fine constitution may be woakenod and ruined by sim- Â¬ ple neglect There is no medicine for regulating tho bowels and restor- Â¬ ing a natural action to tho digestive organs equal to Ayors Pills to ensure freedom from tho after effects English Blood Doctor IsAckern known medicine that llllxtr tho only S will thoroughly eradicate tho poison from tho Bystem Get it from your druggist J or writ 0 to w HHOOKER 4b CO S Broadway NowJVork 46 S Blood It WHY you Became Yourmercury Impure S over used If bo Havo you rIto yourself tho needed attention did Sat the time Dont yon know that as S lone as tho mercury is in tho system yon will feel tho effects of it Wo need not toll you that you require a blood modlclno ELIXIR Wt LOOK AT THESE PRICES A bedroom suit cheval dresser 18x40 inch French bevel mirror 16th century finish 25 A 16th century finish suit cheval dresser 18x30 inch French bevel Mirror 22 Â¬ tages for dairy and marketing For particulars apply to the undersigned tit Capital Hotel or Frank Chlnii Frankfort Ky Aug 6 tf MARY J DUDLEY FARM KNOWN AS THE DUDLEY near the city limits of Frankfort on the Versailles pike containing 266 acres is for rent March 1st 1892 to March 1st 1893 The ironi place Is well adapted to general farming stock railing and tobacco growing and has advan Â¬ Select Hoarding and Diy School for young ladles Thirty fifth Scholastic Begins September to principal AWiln jteyNfflL B JJL W AfrJh JB a MtA MISS Juno 27 12m M F HEWITT For sale by J W Gayle DOCTOR Theio Celebrated KHBUSU Pilli are a Poaltlre Care for Slok lleadaohe litlloiuneu and Constipation Small pleat ant and m favorite with the Sold in England for Is ladle IK J In America for 85c Get them from your Druggists or end to n H UOOKKK A CO 10 A solid ash suit finish 16th century 20x24 inch French bevel 20 AAENCttbr WATCHES mirror BACKERS I ISicycle Races There was a fair crowd at tho raco track Thursday afternoon to witness the bicycle races but only throo riders showed up M Williams PURE PINK An imitation walnut suit 1SX24 inch mirror 14 A pamphlet of Inforraiilon and ab- -1 7 rr i vtiraci 01 mo laws mowing txow to PILLS For sale by Wil Hrotdwir New York R ROGERS SON Mny2 ly uciain raicnu caveait Trader Marts uoprnsnta tent JrtcA Addm MUNN OO vSOl Broadway flew orb Repaired and Warranted jewelry 233 St Clair street CLOCKS 1 M MuyJ ly Jl SELBERT in J W Gaylo THTri-nrfrtfMMhti-ri- fl ifji FKAMFORT ROUNDABOUT Entered Parents who life on leaving school desire to have their Bona thoroughly Advertised Letters Below will bo found a Hat of ndvortified at the post office at Frankfort Kentucky as second class mailable matter flEO A LEWIS Editor and Publisher FRANKFORT AUG 22 1891 Wrong End First Mr George K Drane of this city who is holding a position at Lock kNo 0 concluded a few evenings since to call upon a lady friend at Salvisa so procuring a buggy ho He had to started on his journey cross the river and as the ferryman was opposed to going out aftor night George undertook to set himself ncross He drove the horse on tho boat took hold of the oars or large sweeps used in propelling the craft and pulled away manfully until he felt the boat touch the bank when he made it fast and started to lead the horse off To his surprise he found that he had landed the boat hind end foremost and could not back the horse off of it and up the steep bank The night was dark it was raining hard and work as he might ho could not get tho unwieldy craft around so he had to recross the river walk through the mud up a long hill wake up the ferryman and get him to set him across the river After bribing the old fellow with the promise of a quart of the best to be found in that section George went on his journey but somehow the whole thing leaked out and now the boys engaged upon the works are making it right lively for him Arvin WilUnm Hanks ISuyene Bookor Fountain Brown Mnhnllio Bnrker Jnck Messrs George Hannen Co have Buskirk Miss Snllio received and opened an entirely new uecKott William Brown stock of hardware at the store on the Carroll W II Hnmpo Broadway and south east corner of Clnrke John ready for Guningliniu Mrs Lewis street and aro now the merits of this school For cata letters for tho week endinir Auir 22d 1811 logues call on or address A P Case Arnold Johnson Koirimn Jnmrs Â¬ taught are invited to examine into Doomed htiKH to Death u of this city New Hardware Store Loo H C Lewis Mrs Knto Loe Miss Mnry Jnno Lewis Sidney B 3 because the owners fall to take measure to tire nerve tticlr liealtli PREVAILING CONDITIONS MANY lire doo mi to death by disease merely Mnrstors Beujiiraan DR JOS HAAS MnnmingLoui R C Moar Miss Mattio A Michal R Maiaon Tom Unnnanney Mrs Offles E H Porter Miss Eller Portter G W Porter Mrs Sallio business Tlie Owen Fair m The Owen County Fair and Trotting Association will give their annual exhibition this year from September 29th to October 3d inclusive We ac211CO knowledge the receipt of an invita- Â¬ Glass H J tion to bo present Gordon James Â¬ Conway L L Collins David Dean Grant Denvnll Washington JJonliam Francis Fox W C Graham Bert Garret Mrs Flor Julia KM ffiStS Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste and acta gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Uowels cleanses the sys tem cfibctimlly dispels colds head Â¬ aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro duced pleasing to the tnste and ac ceptable to tho 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 SI bottles by all leading drug gists 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 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Pitcher Thomas OKB ENJOYS Next Friday Â¬ Turner Mrs Willlo August 28th Dr W I Kelly of CinWilliams MrsCassie bo in his usual quarters cinnati will Ynncy E H Capital Hotel ready to be con- Â¬ at the Yonng Miss Winie sulted or treat patients suffering When calling for these lotters say ad from any of the diseases which he makes a specialty of treating Call vertised J M SAFFELIi and see him Postmaster Hunloy George Hunley Amanda Horndon George Howe Mattio Higgens P Hunt Walter Ice Mrs Mary A Robinson R D Rupo Waiter Smith Miss Hunimh Suter John W Sudduth NannoE Stewart Mrs Mar Simmons Mrs Martha Scott Miss Snllio Thomas Miss Katie Hog ud Pouliry Him Used success ml ly for 15 years Will Am st Dlfoiise Prevent Dlsne Kxpel Worms Stop thi Ooujli Increase tho Heshnnd Hasten Miiturlly G0 ritlCKS l as ami fift pernor 251b cans 1250 The largest packages arctheoheap- - J stamp For Salebv W ACfYLE -- Ask for Testimonial a pamphlet on suine will C HokoI bemalled to any address on receipt of a two cent n Joe Haa Mar7 6m V S Ind Children Enjoy The pleasant flavor gentle action and soothing effects of Syrup of Figs when in need of a laxative and if the father or mother be costive or bilious the most gratifying results follow its use so that it io the best family remedy known and every family should have a bottle Indianapolis An Efficient Officer Â¬ Bf tion The Lexington Gazette of Saturday has this to say of Col Ed Went who will soon retire from the position he has so long held in tho office of substitute Superintendent of Public Instruc- Â¬ CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Col E C SAN FRANCISCO CAL AitoMstrators NoJce Â¬ Branch Organization At the organization of the Frank- Â¬ fort branch of the Iron Belt Building Loan Association of Roanoke Va on Saturday night last the following well known gentlemen were elected as officers to serve for a term of one year viz Col Chas Y Wilson CommissionÂ¬ Death of Mrs Chileb Mrs Sallie Sanders Chiles widow of the late R T Chiles and second daughter of Capt Sam Sanders died at her home on Second street at 130 oclock on Saturday afcer an illness of only a few days with spinal meningi- Â¬ She leaves two little boy- stis Samuel P and Richard T aged 11 er ofAgriculture President RobertL Green Deputy Clerk of the Court of Appeals Secretary and Treasurer Ex Circuit Judge Geo C Drane At torney Russell Sneed of Frankfort National Bank Agent Editors Geo A Lewis and Moses OCoanor and Ex Clerk of the Court of Appeals Â¬ f- - and 9 years to the care of relatives The funeral took place Monday afternoon at 330 oclock the servicesÂ¬ being conducted by Rev W C Taylor of the Baptist Church s Capt ThosGPoore Directors Mr W G Fox General Agent for this company has sold a great deal of stock here and succeeded in thorough Â¬ ly establishing the local branch which we think will prove of incalcu- Â¬ lable benefit to our people both as a meanB of profitable investment and as an agency through which money may be borrowed tobuildhomes The Iron Belt Building Loan Association withGenl Fitz Hugh Lee as Presi dent is eminently worthy of public confidence and we heartily endorse any investments made in its stock It affords us pleasure to commend Mr Fox and his company to all with whom he may come in contact Â¬ Frankfort Invention Mr Jos L Bohannan of thi city has invented a steam washing ma Â¬ chine by which the labor of the laun Â¬ dry iB reduced to mere nothing All that is necessary is to place it upon a stove fill it with water put in the clothes start the fire and the machine does the rest It abolishes the Mr Bohan- Â¬ wash board altogether obtained a patent upon it nan has has one on exhibition at his home 517 Short street and will soon can- Â¬ vass the city for the sale of the same Â¬ LOUISVlUe Kt Went for so many years NEW YORK NY Chief Clerk in the educational de- will after Sartment at Frankfort employment be out of FARM FOR SALE He has been at that desk continuous- Â¬ ly for serenteen years and in that OF 160 ACRES LYING A building continuously nearly twenty A FARMfrom Bridgeport Franklin ABOUT In mile years and in that time not a single ottered for sale at a bargain Well county Improved mistake has been detected in his und finely watered For terms apply to J II Sheets He is probably the finest work Aug 15 lm Benson Ky statistician this State has ever pro- Â¬ duced and has been more successful AMES A VIOLETT in accomplishing accurate results by short and expeditious methods than A TTORNE V AT LAW any clerclal expert in the West The FRANKFORT KY apportionment tablos for the school runa made out by mm excel in com- Â¬ PRACTICE IN ALL THE COURTS OF prehensiveness and economy any Â¬ Franklin county and the Court of Appeals thing of the kind yet invented superior ana reaerai courts nice In Duvall bulldlne opposite County His skill in these things together June G Sm with a marvelously plain and beauti- Â¬ Cleiks Office ful handwriting make his work worthy the attention of the admirers W CHINN of the fine arts With all this his professional attainments are not HUG 25 superior to his social qualifications ATTQusm ar He is a gentleman and a scholar a Will practice in all State Courts Of- man of close business habits and haa fice second floor Custom House Competitioa a heart as broad in its affections as Jun 90 ly the universe persons havliiK claims atralnst tho estate or William Dean will present the suine to me proven aecon hm t i law before September lsc 1891 Alt p rsoiif knowing themselves Indebted to the estatu of Mild de edent are requested to come forward and settle at once JOS T STATEN Admliilctr tor Win Dean deed a fSj A jKhIi LEXINGTON KY J J at uw W JR raiR 2GJ7 28 Open 1 1 29 J -- S3 to the World ffi a A Narrow Escape WM CROMWELL The most attractive program ever offered m Festible On Killing f v- - - the river but the river coming up President Corresponding Tuesday night put a stop to tho Thos Newman Secretary work for a time Mr Jerry Oorbett 0 E Collins Financial Secretary an employe of the Company will do Emile Zoellor Recording Secre Â¬ the work under the water and the services of a professional diver will tary Dan Newman Treasurer not be needed Joe Gobber Marshal There has been established in this Tho following officers Church were elected for the ensuing six city a Youths Athletic Club of which Fix Same More Master Willie Lutkemeier has been months and will be installed Heres wishing afternoon by the Grand Counse- chosen manager The Water Company procured a them success the State c from lor of diving armor air pump Cincinnati on Monday and com- Â¬ J P Hanley President menced making preparations to re- Â¬ John Brislan Vice President pair tho water main in the bottom of Chas L Weitzel Second Vice m Saturday night a difficulty oc curred at a colored festival or dance out on the Versailles pike near the city limits between Will Minor and another negro over the at-Â¬ tentions of one of them to a dusky damsel and George Taylor inter- Â¬ fered to stop the fuss when Minor drew a pistol and shot Taylor in the breast just above tho heart Minor made killing him instantly escape out of the back door of his the house as soon as the shooting was done and has not as yet been ap- Â¬ prehended Taylor had the reputa- Â¬ tion of being a quiet industrious negro while his slayer was a worth- Â¬ less vagabond kmCIR Free the Childraa day morning he met a dog on tho REAL JBSTATB AGENT fliElEfi Ldi and First Day Admitted St Clair street bridge which was WILL FBACTIOI Of TBI COUBTfl 01 Special trains on taa adloinin Franklin and z -trotting quietly along and he paid no will miav kit nhcbi attention to tvmntiMw ui atjskcarslon rates all railroads ri For fartner ui aUltas to it but as he attempted to and salt at rai estate eouaetion t rraUDuranaaf Infbrsaatlan and catalogue attention flress ttae Secretary and too MgattaUea at loans pass it the animal snapped at him lntiS 1 GIO H WHXTN1Y Pra catching his pants leg in its teeth but TH08 L 1UBTXN Secretary did not break the skin The officer lUK I Ot Fire seeing that the dog gave evidence of Destructive being affected with rabbies imme- Â¬ Quite a large fire occurred at Mid diately shot it and threw the carcass qMIE LAW PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE JL existing between us has been by mutual dlesborough on last Saturday night into the river consent this day dissolved We will wind up all old business together Persons Indebted to us in which nine dwelling houses in the will settle with either part of the city were entirely The Governors Farewell J A SCOTT eastern or J A VIOLETT destroyed At one time it seemed as Juno G tf OF CINCINNATI OHIO Governor and if the whole eastern part of the town gave a farewell Mrs S B Buckner WILL BB AT THE dinner to the State would be destroyed but after a hard Advice to Womeu HOTjSX struggle the fire was gotten under officers at the Executive Mansion If you would protect yourself IN KBANKKOKTKY controll through the efforts of the on Tuesday evening Quite a large from Painful Profuse Scanty The buildings destroyed company was present and the evociitzens Friday August 28 1891 Suppressed or Irregular Men- Â¬ Friday September 18 1891 were valued at 9000 and were fully in Â¬ ning was spent very pleasantly struation you must use Friday October 9 1891 sured They were owned by Curtis Bagged ri-irr--r- After Officer Frank Egbert went off ATTORNEY-AT-LAduty and was returning home Tues- Â¬ - TWO RAGES EACH DAY m j j -- m 1 I jii ttEflti -- Dissoution Notice jjxI M 14 Dr W I Kelley CAPITA Booth Pants Y M 1 A Lodge of the Young Mens Insti tute was organized in this city on Wednesday evening with about fifty charter members The organization is something similar to the Knights of Pythias but is within tho Catholic negro man in the emply of Messrs Howard Sacra entered the store of S Hermes 131 St Clair street on Thursday and stole a pair of pants Ho returned them next day saying they were too small A BRADFIELDS FEMALE REGULATOR OAriTEnsviiiE April 20 1880 ThlB will certify tlmt two members of my Immediate family after haying suffered for years from Itlonstruul Irregularity bolng treated without benefit by physicians wero at length complotelyouredby one bottle of UrudUclda lcmalo Itctiulator Its J W Stbakoe effect is truly wonderful Book to WOMAN mailed FREE which contains v P3X333 BLEEDING Cured wlluvHit tsLIND or ITCHfKli any surgical oiifialion und Willi little or do piln Chloroform Ligature or Knife mode of tceaim iVi -l- In not necesrary with tut hi 4 Youtlas Athletic Club FISTULA IjN JJNO Is cured FISSURES Cored without cuttluu or earl nit It valuable information on all female dlieute ULCERATION CATARRH Â¬ BR AD FIELD REGULATOR CO ATLANTA OA FOR 8JZE JtY SJiIt DXtVQQIBXS RHEUMATISM neuralgia and sciatica can always be OJIE DOLLAR WEEKLY BUYS A GOOD GOLDWATOH Of the bowel cured Dr rteilv has now been rlaltlng this our rtgo arly for neaily Mven Hart ami the many cures ui- - lias maae itmotiK the wealthy aud lunuinllii citizens are sufllclentevideuwof hlssuKeM U lb now n well enfabllshed fact that man dt Htomach liver Kidney uiaddu isc of tu iiib and nervimi Bjstem are either cauafl os uraTSUd by the cocrlstenre of HIIKB VISTU Â¬ ta - LA KISSOBKor RECTAL ULCKIi BY OUR CLUB SYSTEM Our 14 karet putent htlHened gold cises are Waltham and KlKln warranted for 20 year movement reliable and well known Stem wind und set lumtliiK or open face ladys or cents size Kqimlto any 7G watch Wc sell one or these watches for with A successfully treated RRPKRBNGKS Dr K K Gobr Frankfort Kj Franklin Morris iraetensburg J T Btateu Jfinnkfort Ky ii ii H Prof Cases Scliool school will begin Monday Sept 7th Tho course of 1801 at 0 oclock study consists of two departments offering a complete classical and En Â¬ glish course for students who desiro to enter university and college life and a course of study designed for those students who will enter business Ayers Sarsaparilla cure is sure to follow The third annual session of this Edge wood Farm of Lexington says l have useu ijiunns uim monL for splints sore neeis anu sou- en Â¬ largements I consider it tho best of its kind on earth Have had success in every case I have tried it on No one can recommend it top highly Maj W II Boyco - the persistent use of this medicine Withrnw Imnkfnrt Ky DR KRHLETS office and residence U at Wb and send to any uddress by registered mall or West Eighth street Cincinnati and where h by express C O Dwlth privilege of examina Â¬ Bay be found erery day ol each week BXCKPT tion Our UKont at Durham N C r tes FBIDAIB AHD SATUBDAYS Our Jewelers have confessed tlHv dont know pamphlets describing these diseases aud tali how you can furnish such work for tlu money mode of treatment sent free U any one by at dressing Juh M 28 CASH erberlch Krankfort Ky h P Hulutt Seuson Ky A U McClurt KranWort Ky Richard Kenoison Kranktort w 1 Hughe KTatikfort Ky V Ue R David Moore Ilcneuti Kv Has Cured Others will cure you wanted at each place Write for particulars Y Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria EMPIRE WATCH CO nr CONSULTATION 43 and SOMalden Lane New York N If 7M M B Eighth St Cincinnati O 359 West W I KELLEY VREB - rt J II S U I K HERMES Sec Treas STALEY Manager GEO HELM AN Asst Mng iV ft Lake Park and Base Ball Grounds now Open C jDjTxrcxitrcs- evekt - F BR0WER Main and Broadway HliIEXXIfcTGrooasT CO m MONDAY XjOo3so ut WEDNESDAY FRIDAY AND SATDRDAY NIGHTS for 3STe w attractions Xjeidies jEreeJE3 J3- - rESJLCAnZ 25 cents 3SZ3T- TJ Bids will be received on all privileges at Lake Park during the encampment All business connected Co 131 St Clair Street with our firm will be transacted at Hermes jZETS HsEstmsiger INAUGURATION OF GOV FHAiNKFOIlT ROUNDABOUT BROWN FRANKFORT M AUG 22 181 Appropriate Arrangements Made and Committees Appointed Tho inaguration of Gov John Young Brown will take placo in the State HouBe yard on Tuesday Sep- Â¬ tember 1st and following a longtime custom will be made as imposing as Regiment K Sossible The Second in annual en- Â¬ will be campment near the city will partici- Â¬ pate and the Louisville Legion is al- Â¬ Â¬ Locate in Lexington Gen Snm E Hill has formed a Brislan tee D C Crutcher Chairman M P Gray F Halloran Pat McDonald Oscar Hearancourt Fayette Ball and music Genl Hewitt Chairman S D Johnson F V Gray T B Rodman J W Milam Geo L Payne Chas Weitzel Thos Printing and Badges D C Bar- Â¬ WOOD MANTELS MANTEL CABINETS Tile Hearths M A r HtfV partnership with Judge S G Sharp for the practice of law in Lexington and will remove to that city to reside next month m Fine Pcaclies n fc A r left on our table a cling atone peach- Â¬ this year which fathers place opposite the Feeble Minded Institute on the Versailles pike They measur- Â¬ ed nine inches in cicumference and the two weighed a pound and a quar Mr Bassie Paine couple of the finest es we have seen were raised on his Â¬ ter m A Cure for Paralysis H f Frank Cornelius of Purcell Ind I induced Mr Pinson Ter says whose wife had paralysis in the face to buy a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm To their great surprise before the bottle had all been used she was a great deal better Her face had been drawn to one side but the Pain Balm relieved all pain and L Rodman soreness and the mouth assumed its COMMITTEE APPOINTED It is also a certain natural shape cure for rheumatism lame back At a meeting of the committee apsprains swellings and lameness 50 pointed by the City Council to make cent bottles for sale by J W Gayle arrangements for the inauguration of Hon John Young Brown the follow- Â¬ m ing committees were appointed Teaching the Cadets Committee of Arrangements J L Rodman Chairman J T Staten J Miss Lucy Hill who was summon W Gaines W 0 Herndon C E ed home from White Sulphur Springs Collins W H Posey I T West J by the illness of her grandmother T Buckley J E Kirtley Dr 8 F Mrs Henrietta Morgan has gone tq Smith J A Grant Farmdale near Frankfort to teach Committee on Invitation B T her dancing class at the Military In Â¬ Farmer Chairman Thos H Hinea stitute Lexington Transcript Virgil Hewitt Jas Rodman jr E Polk Johnson Geo A Lewis Pat McDonald Mose OConnor L P Rates Reduced Tarlton D M McHenry Dr U V A Penick The rate on round trip tickets to Williams Rev EReception Hon L Committee of Mammoth Cave August 14th to 22d City of inclusive good until August 34th is Mangan Mayor of theBrown Frank- Â¬ C Y 1370 instead of 1570 which includes fort Chairman Scott one days board and fees for long and Wilson Joe Robinson Wm LindsayÂ¬ L Hord E L Samuel Thos Rodshort route man srM G 0 Drane J M Todd W E P Bkyan L Jett J A Scott J H Graham P Agent Â¬ so expected or at least a large portion of it The uniformed societies of the city will join in the parade as will many citizens on foot on horse- Â¬ At the con- Â¬ back or in carriages clusion of the parade and when Gov Buckner and Gov elect Erown have been escorted to the stand at the State House the former will deliver his valedictory at the close of which Mayor Mangan will introduce Mr Brown who will deliver his inaugu- Â¬ ral concluding which the oath of oflice will be administered by Chief Justice Holt of the Court of AppealB At night the usual reception ana ball will be civen at the Capital hotel under the auspices of the citizens of Frankfort The following have been named as a committee to look after the necessary arrangements Mayor Mangan Councilmen Staten Payne and Tobin and Messrs Ben T Farmer Pat McDonald and Joseph Shaw N F Richardson lor Carriages Jas Darnell Chairman Thos Church H R Williams W T Gaines S H Baker Committee on StandB B Jeffers Chairman O E Ellwanger Mike Buckley Spencer 0 Cryer J W Wakefield rett Chairman J W Payne G C Kenner Tay- Â¬ Facings GRATES etc Committee on Police M H P Williams sr J W Gaulfc J W Heff ner W T Flynn Committee on Water and Ice John A Complete line on exhibition Fifty different patterns on the Griffin Chairman Joe Schweers E J Parker N I McDaniel F Haff floor to make selections from Builders are invited to examine our Committee on Decoration B G stock Anyone unable to visit our show room will be furnished cata- Â¬ Williams Chairman MRTodd Jas Welch Jas Sower M P Bolan logues on application Cincinnati and Louisville prices duplicated Jason Case Experienced workmen to set mantels Satisfaction guaranteed J R Williams Mi a A Mystery Explained The papers contain frequent notices of rich pretty and educated girls eloping with negroes tramps and coachmen The well known special- Â¬ ist Dr Franklin Miles says all such girls are more or less hysterical ner-Â¬ vous very impulsive unbalanced usually subject to headache neuralgia sleeplessness immoderate crying or laughing These show a weak ner- Â¬ vous system for which there is no remedy equal to Restorative Nervine Trial bottles and a fine book contain- Â¬ ing many marvelous cures free at J W Gayles who also sells and guar Â¬ antees Dr Miles celebrated New Heart Cure the finest of heart tonics Cures fluttering short breath etc o a C F BROWER A CO Draperies m -- r3 Carpets Furniture Wall Paper DOCTOR m TAYLORS Cheap Rates to Eminence N will sell sound trip The L to Eminence August 20 to 22 tickets inclusive at one fare good returning until August 24th on account of Col- Â¬ ored Fair E P Bryan Agent SURE FOR rn cents JU PKEfARED BY CHIttS ft FEVER BILIOUSNESS I URE s PRICE HEADACHE AND ALL MALARIAL DISORDERS y VI hv vlifVV R1CHARS0N TAYL0R MEDCO STLOUIS MOt F wl WE CAN AND DO A General Invitation to the Inauguration The people of Frankfort respect fully extend a cordial invitation to their fellow citizens throughout theÂ¬ State to be present at the inauguration of Hon John Young Brown as Governor of Kentucky on Tuesduy September 1 1891 L Manoan Pat McDonald Chairman Mayor B T Farmer Secretary For many years Mr B F Thomp son of Des Moines Iowa was severe Â¬ ly afflicted with chronic diarrhoea Ho says At times it was very severe so much so that I feared it About seven would end my life years ago I chanced to procure a bottle of Uhamborlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It gave me prompt relief and I believe cured mo permanently as I now eat or drink without harm anything I I have also used it in my please family with tho best results For sale by J W Gayle 47 lm Coppersmith dont send W L work to other citieB but does all that is instrusted to him in his building 231 St Clair street 45 ly Â¬ Â¬ S Taylor R K Mc Olurc J M Banta W T Reading Â¬ E P Bryan V L Clark J W Pru ett P W Hardin Pat Newman sr E Honsloy F Heonoy H Abler II C Murray Geo Hannon H ODon nell Goo T Blackley E Power Dr II L Tobin SFnhs P II Carpenter J Hubbard W II Urayot II Gob her Dr J It Ely 0 R Grutchor Geo SalendorDr G W Chinn J B Uttorback Chas E Hall Chas Kel Â¬ ler J F Gibbons Dr W E Baxter Rlcd Morris J Guarantee Dr Aekers Blood Elixir for it has been fully demonstrated to the people of this country that it is superior to all other preparations for U Major Minus Williams S Black olood diseases It is a positive euro for R 0 Steele W J Chinn 0 EHoge syphilitic poisoning Ulcers Erup Â¬ Ira Julian R C Church R Fergu- Â¬ tions and Pimples It purines the son H H Watson H B Ware J L whole system and thoroughly builds Tobin J Swigert Grant Green sr up the constitution Hiram Berry R W MoRery R R 0 J W Gayle Druggist Parsons Dr J S Collins Ben Marshall W C Herndon I Davis V Ber berich T G Poore G H Watson L Come and See Us l Johnson T B Ford Thos H Â¬ We have the store OorbectS V Pence Alex Juian Jno ket street closedtransferred on Mar all our and N Cvatcher H T Stanton Ed Weitzel P E Taylor Wm Cromwell J M business to the store on tho corner of streets opposite S iffell Jas MeAulifte U Keenon L Main and Lewis invito all of Lahrot Geo F Berry G R Rod Farmers Bank to We on us at our call our C Noel Jerome Weitzel W old customers uiiui J E W new store where we will be glad to L Voorhes B G Williams and Avait on them as usual Hines C E Collins 45 tf Bho on Escort Hon E H Committee Taylor jr Chairman L Tobin Jno Sheep for Sale 50 to 100 good Meagher J Q A Stewart Dr E E Hume II F Duncan It P Pepper graded young owes 4 shropshiro J L Scott T W Scott L C Norman bucks with them now Address G Tjnsrs AMUHITIOH CRAY acv BWWWHIl Hi11 3 jS Hardware and Cutlery OHU FCH - J At Labi ot Frankfort Ky Grahams office 50 lt M VanDervebr Those wishing to avail themselves of the opportunity to take lessons on tho violin or piano during tho sum mer months can either see mo or leave word at tho residence of Mr Sol Harris No 228 Main street Prop Sicinor Blitz 40 tf Â¬ IrtWfFttjdy m tKiaiiTrlimit tiaiiaiiiiii insist hiiimiiiiiii unci met iisdiiiimca jf a i ru aM-tit-s- tt Mu 11 J I Case Hickory Orovo I r w lioiuO ofJuy Eycee Itiicini Wli mji Aiiii nyim li remody I Kry mm 3 Z i known rcinocil i wo years staiulltiK from ti i jcur ihl uus 2 wltt hreo uppllcationt of J 1 lT QIHNHS OKfTHBrr of Jtlstiiohest propariitlonl linvcexoi ut oil I licartify recomiiioudit loiillllcrttac liVicira J Z Z get bread and rolls fresh overy day tit ai iiusams av Persons living in tho country can u K IV For Rent Tho two story brick residence on Washington street known as tho First Presbyterian Parsonago Possession given April W F A F Case 1st Apply to H II Watson or J W Dandridge T J B Drydon Burnett Wylio It S 27 tf Pruett Ed Ayors Dr Gober Dr S E James 11 W Franklin Hall Geo Intending buyers of Roasor N B Dr W W O Thomp Smith bicycles should not son Geo Yagol C F Proohl C F fail to write to the Exum T M Turner E J Cox Thos CYCLK Huutor Z T Tliomassou Jno Drls LOUISVILLE nnrlTvrje Writer Company 812 eoll E J Italy Thos Dalloy J B Dryden W Market street Louisville Ky ChiefMarshal Gen DW Lindsey before purchasing their mounts Assistant Marshals Wickli Ho Chap Â¬ This company man W S Dohonoy W H Snood some place else Ministers Rev Dr Blaynoy and can furnish any safety bicycle in Rev George Darsio the market and the prices are the Sub committees of tho committee of Arrangements Finance Commit lowest Kalternbrim H G Mattorn Lost Somowhoro in tho city about Rob Jilson W II Averill Jessio a week ago a pair of gold rimmed Williams D L Haly Thos P Rog spectacles Findor will be rewarded ers J A Violott J W Rodman Dr upon returning sanioto GeoC Shaw J L Price B W Jenkins Jas Hall 117 Broadway nan Marcus Jones David Nicol W J Hughes J S MeKendrick J E Engraving of all kinds promptly Miles C W Fineel Albort Jotters W II Nowhall Rob Green F Kav attended to at W L Coppersmiths 45 ly anaugh L B Marshall Jas Heeny 231 St Clair street V A Â¬ 19-l- hundcih osueh tcitlmontur CO Whitehall V ftjJUtirTHJII Mil lo iiut kwp iii tiiiltlt It jininiiimiiiiiiimGiiiiri siitioiiitatauiiiaaiiigiaiitiiiittcMtrx ninnitrir 11V AsksonrtlruKelHtforlt If Iio MluiiiriVJctiiuipHorHllvirfor trlaW ix Y tt t- standard brand at Coppersmiths bo sides sold at dendrock St Clair street - Watches clocks and jowolry of prices 45 Jbrt r CJ iIEv IiLMvvCIIi f L ly 2M umber GasasSteam Fitter -- For Sam- or Rent- - Cottago con Â¬ AND DEALER IN- taining live rooms situated on Cross street South Sldo Delightful loca tion and all necessary conveniences Gas Apply to Mrs Mary Brown Day 32 tf State Librarian PIPE AND FITTINGS ETC STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO JOB AND CONTRACT WORK ALL WORK GUARANTEED Fresh broad overy day at Busams In roar FRANKFORT KENTUKO Y of Salonders Grocery confectionery St Clair street 39 tf Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Ciosets ii V j0A0- - tUirtcitjM iht pfapara3wK nvHct Ke Tin Buckets One Qt Two Qt Three Qt Four Qt Six Qt 5 aCall and See ttie oods Note of Prices JLnd G I Vg0Ki MWAAMr Porcelain Kettles Four Qt go 35 45 55 4l Coffee Pots One Qt Two Qt 5 f V cts cs- - SixQt Eight Qt Ten Qt Twelve Qt 5 cts- - io cts io cts 15 10 15 15 cts cts cts 60 65 - cts Eight Qt Ten Qt 20 cts Three Qt Four Qt Fourteen Qt Sixteen Qt Twenty Qt 70 1 1 00 10 20 cts DISH PANS 10 qtf 20c 14qt 25c 17 qt 30c Gasoline and Gas Stoves Refrigerators and Water Coolers AT COST i ner and the following officers are now quartered there We would be greatly obliged to the On Staff Surgeon Dr Alvin Du ministers and officers oi churches in tlie vall Quartermaster Lieutenant How- Â¬ city if they would furnish us with any ard Gaines Adjutant Lieutenant R announcements which they may wish A McKee made Non commissioned Staff Sergeant Major J W Shipman Hospital Stew Rev George Darsie preaches at Frank 0 Hutchinson Quarte rmaster the Christian Church in Graefenburff Sergeant John Nordheim Commis Â¬ sary Sergeant W P D Haly to morrow afternoon at 3 oclock In line Company A Harrodsb urg Capt James T Allen First Lieuten- Â¬ Â¬ Rev W 0 Taylor will occupy his ant B G Williams Second Lieutenant Leon Bonta pulpit at the Baptist Church to- Â¬ Company B Newport Captain C morrow at 11 oclock No service at J Gibson First Lieutenant James M Walker Second Lieul9iiant Clifnight ford N Gilmore Company C Falmouth Captain Rev H G Henderson will preach E D McMath First Lieutenant A at the Cedar Chapel Methodist B Coleman Second Lieutenant Jus Church to morrow afternoon at D O Perrin Company D -- Lexington Captain oclock James Milton First Lieutenant Thomas Ahern Second Lieutenant No services at the Southern Presby Â¬ M Williams terian Church to morrow morning J Company E Lexington Captain C Bryant First Lieutenant Bishas Rev W G Neville is absent on op Clay Second Lieutenant J W vacation Davidson Â¬ Religious B cs zz TO ALL fOINTS EAST Kentucky Central Eailwav BLUB GRASS ROUTE Shortestand Quickest routefroin E CURES 01iJMrXIiVIJ KHJJNTiUOKY AOITIi IftSr AND UNO SOUTHWEST KASTLINE BETWEEN LEXINGTON riC lUDULIS CINCINNATI IN EFFECT MAY 10TH 18Ji No 3 No 5 Aceoin Uailv iaily Expiuss fust line aun No l Dalii b main 8u0pin 8 18am oUcpin UJupm U 461111 11151111 121UI1H 11 23am 12101H1 o IMRuSaTjbSo by others thats why tlie guarantee oi Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription should command attention Its a guarantee that means something It isnt done oouili Hound J TONIC LOSS OF APPETITE Indigestion Dyspepsia Nausea Sour Stomach Sleeplessness Headache Nervous Pros- tration Neuralgia Pal-Â¬ pitation of the Heart Loss of Energy Weakness of Back Feelings of Languor and Lassitude General Debility La Grippe Etc Etc Â¬ Rev George Darsie will occupy his pulpit at the Christian Church to- Â¬ morrow at 11 oclock as usual No night service Rev E A Penick will come down from Versailles this afternoon and will occupy his pulpit at Ascension Church to morrow morning at 11 oclock No service at night tV The Union services will be held to morrow evening at the Baptist Church at 8 oclock Rev George Darsie of the Christian Church will deliver the discourse The usual services at the Church of the Good Shepherd to morrow will be conducted by Rev Father Gorey ballasted the pastor First mass at 8 a m second mass Lecture at 1030 a m Vespers at 3 p m Rev H G Henderson A M will faction in every case for which its recommended the money is prompt- Â¬ Remarkable terms ly refunded but its a remarkable medicine All the functional irregularities and weaknesses peculiar to womankind For leucorrhea Company F Middlesborough Cap- Â¬ are cured by it periodical pains weak back prolap Â¬ N J Edwards First Lieutenant tain E S Helburn Second Lieutenant W sus and other displacements bearing W Schneider female down sensations and all Company G Lancaster Captain complaints its an unfailing rem- Â¬ Letcher Owsley First Lieutenant J edy It is a powerful restpra M Rothwell Second Lieutenant M tive tonic and nervine imparting Breckinridge Company H Frankfort Captain strength and vigor to the whole Noel Gaines FirstLieutenant F L system Gordon Second Lieutenant B G Try it if youre an ailing woman Graham If it doesnt help you you have m your money back Dave Gets tlie Job As a regulator and promoter of functional action at that critical As Mr J T Buckleys elevator is about ready to commence operations period of change from girlhood to Favorite Prescrip- Â¬ the applicants for the position o womanhood is a perfectly safe remedial elavator hoy are numerous But the tion and can produce only good agent contest has finally narrowed down to results Messrs J Price Williams and Col Dave Moore and Mr Buckley has The Central Normal School concluded to give Dave the job as the machine runs best when well TLEASUREVILLE KY OPENS FIRST TUES If the medicine doesnt give satis Â¬ Lve Cincinnati Lve wovaigton Falmouth 3 00pm Arr iaris Cyutluana Lexington Lv Paris ArrWinchester Le Winchester J OJpni lu2apiu a uupm 4 S2piu i ii uupm lupm 7 G uupm 15pm An Corutu Lve Corbln Lve Barbrvllle Lve llnevllle LveMIdllesbh ArrCuuibUup Lve Cirbln Lve Le Arlliviiigston Livingston Le London licrca Arr Kiclimond Lve Kiclimond 124Upill 1 1 iJopill itm i bUpiu 7 Ujpm 7 55pm 205pm 310pm aujimi 1 0JDlll 4 OUplil BOOptu Q Ln 52pm 6 41pm 7 as 7 5jp pa In use for 23 years ry eminent physician and surgeons In the United Hi a ten and pro Â¬ nounced by them the best TON1U extant others fall It cures where allyour DruggistTry It and bo for It convinced Ask Arr Jelhco WllllaWg 4C0pm 5 45pm i 20pm 1 5Upm 4 45pm PRIC1 J ED RAY 100 PER BOTTIjE Arr Stanford Lve Richmond Lve Lancaster 520pm piti8 k- AVERILL Mb- CO Manfs and Proprs 2 North Hound Express No 2 Dally No 4 Dally ExSuu No 6 Dally W S Sole - Agent JunelS ly Lancaster Arr Richmond Lve Jelllco Lve Lve Stanford Frankfort Ky ES3 es 7 7 00am 50am 16am 60am 85um iUuin 68am 47am 35am 25am 45am 21um 03am 10 151111 8 8 0 6 6 7 Farm For ale M y I luy liiSeiitembHrlS9i Adilress Arr Corula TVHCiinihriin Lve Mlddlesbh Lve Plnevllle Lve Barbrvllle Arr Corbln J3S3 Lve Corbln Wllllusbg m a m If SITUATED AT SUM THE CHEANEY FARM Station on Ky Midland R R ubout two miles east of Frankfort Ky is for sale cheap on Fools One Admit July J B SECREST Pres Arr Livingston Lve Livingston Live uerea Arr Richmond ArrWinchester 665am Lve Winchester 7 10am 7 45um Arr Paris Lve Lexington 7 00am 7 63am Arr Paris Lve Cynthiana B24um Lve Falmouth Arr Covington Lve Richmond Lve Loudon 8 9 9 10 11 12 The placo contains nbout 144 acres but may be divided Into two places one of about 25 acres with the dwelling For Frankfort Ky Aug G tf terniPto illSain lGnii 1246pm 1 40pm 1 58pm 233pm ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION -- OF THE- - A gentleman who lectured on fools preach at the Methodist Church printed his tickets as above Sugges- Â¬ and to morrow morning at 11 oclock tive certainly cured oven sarcastic Dr Pierces What might be No services at night Golden Medical Discovery iB sold The Sunday school at 030 oclock under a positive guarantee of its benefiting or curing in every case of a ra Liver Blood and Lung Disease or money paid for it will be cheerfully Loves Young Dream refunded In all blood taints and impurities of whatever name or na- Â¬ Loves young dream was a very ture it is most positive in its curative bright one and its fulfillment will beÂ¬ effects Pimples Blotches Eruptions bright too if the bride will remem- and all Skin and Scalp Diseases avo ber that she is a woman and liable to radically cured by this wonderful all the ills peculiar to her sex We medicine Scrofulous disease may remind those who are suffering from affect the glands causing swellingsÂ¬ any of these that Dr Pierces Favor- Â¬ or tumors the bones causing PulWhatever its ite Prescription will renew the hue monary Consumption Golden of youth in pale and sallow cheeks manifestations may be correct irritating uterine diseases Medical Discovery cures it arrest and cure ulceration and inflam- Â¬ mation and infuse new vitality into Will so Over the Midland Favorite Prescrip wasting body tion is the only medicine for women The delegates to the Sunday school sold by druggists under a positive Convention at Middlesborough w ill guarantee from the manufacturers that it will give satisfaction in every leave this city Tuesday morning at 6 case or money will be refunded oclock upon the Kentucky Midland This guarantee has been printed on train joining the oxcuraion party at the bottle wrapper and faithfully Paris and arriving at their destina- Â¬ carried out for many years tion at 5 oclock the same afternoon Â¬ 6 05 tin 12 4Gpm UNITED GROCERY FrANKFORT Ky FIRM Vt 1 1891 7 TfflMDAu5sl PPAVIN CUREW Arr Cincinnati MAVSVILLE BRANCH No 10 Daily North Bound Ex Sun Lve Cincinnati Lve Covington Lve Lexington Lve Paris 2 45pm 4 25pm 3 15pm 4 48nm 0 23am 4 10pm 530pm 104Jam 6 40pm 637 pm 10 65am 6 6pm 6 45pm No 12 200pm 3 45pm Ex Sun Daily ered blister Bead proof below The Moat Snccessful Remedy everdltoor m It Is certain la Its effects and does not Kendalls Spavin Cure Sukbwood Md May 2 90 Dr B J Kendall Co Oenta About tbreo years ago I wrote to yon about a borse I owned wbo had a Spavin I used six bottles of your Kendalls Spavin Cure and It mads a complete Cure 1 have recommended It to others wbo have used It witb like success UBS AXNIB E KlRMAMOIf Arr Arr Arr Arr Millersburg Carlisle Johnson Mayiville South Round 1010am No 9 Daily Ex Sun 6 7 00 n m 7 55 it m 8 18a in 8 40am 9 84a in 300pm 306pm 520 pm 615pm 638pm 700pm 754pm 830pm No HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE have formed a corporation un- Â¬ Chapter 50 of the General Statutes of the der Commonwealth ot Kentucky to be known as the United Grocery Firm with Its principal place of business at Frunkfort county of Franlln State ot Kentucky The general nature of the business proposed to be transacted Is the locating pur Â¬ chasing operating uud selling groceries of every description both wholesale und retail and gen Â¬ erally to do all thlnes necessary to the proper prosecution of the business ot u grocer The amount of capital stock authorized Is 5000 with ten per cent ot capital stock paid In and divided Into shares ot S50 each ten per cent of which shall be paid on or before June 1st NOTICE IS June 14th ii Ex Sun Kendalls Spavin Cure June Linden Warren Da Jl J Kbhdall Co Dear Sirs I must say tbat I once tried a bottle or your Kendalls Spavin Cure on a coll and It entirely removed a bone opnvlu and I did not use an the bottle In removing It The horse Is six or seven years old very sound and ha done bard work al 1 of the time E Kinobton Saliibubt Itespectf ully yours Co Vs 22 1889 three-year-ol- d In Camp The officers of the Second Regi- Â¬ ment Kentucky State Guard went into camp at Lake Park in Belle point on Wednesday The camp is i for the purpose of instruction and the officers have formed themselves into a company with Col E 11 Gaither as Captain Lieut Col 0 Gran Graham as First Lieuten Â¬ ant and Major T G Hall as Second Lieutenant and are drilling regularly every day The camp has been jiamed in honor of Governor Buck- - Darbys Prophylactic Will Use itin every sick room keep the atmosphere pure and wholesome removing all bad odors from any source Will destroy all Disease Germs infection from all Fevers and all contagious diseases The eminent physician J Mari- Â¬ I on Sims of New York says am convinced that Prof Darbys Prophylactic Fluid is a most valu 21 able disinfectant Kendalls Spavin Cure Columbia Ala July 24 1889 Dr J Kendau Gents I liirve effectually removed one case ot bone Hpuvlnwlth your Kendall Spavin Cure A cnecnuiiy recommeuu ii io un II C Knianr ltespectfully B Co Price 1 per bottle or six bottles for 5 All drug gists huve it or can get It for you or It will bo Bent to any address on receipt of price by tho proprie Â¬ tors DR Aiis My B J KENDALL CO Enosburgh Falls Vermont 5 67 am 227 pm Lve Johnson 6 60 am S20p Lve Carlisle 7 15 am 845pm Millersburg Lve 7 40 am 410pm Arr Paris 828am 700pm Arr Lexington lfl 49 a m 637pm Arr Covington 10 65 a m 6 45 pa rr Cincinnati W L MUXSON Trav Pass Act Cincinnati O C P ATMORE S R KNOTT Oon Pass Agt Trnfflo Manager Jeneral Ofllces Louisville Ky S F R MORSE Asst Oenl Pass Agt Ollce Clmmberof CommerceBldg Cincinnati O No 1 Dally to all points except Rowland Dlvl Hlnn which la dally except Sunday No 2 Kuns dally front Lexington to Cm cln null Nol Runs dally No 4 Runs dally from nl stntlbns except tho Rowland Division which Is dally except Sunday No 6 Dally except Sunday No 5 runs dally between Cincinnati and Lex Iimton No lG Parls and Lexington Accommodation dally Leaves Lexlngroii 1000 a m Arrives Paris 10 5 a m Leaves No 7 Falmouth Accommodation Arrives Falmouth Clncfiiimtl 645 p m dally except Sunday 710 p m No 8 Leaves Falmouth 0 a in Arrives Cin Â¬ cinnati 755 u in dally except Sunday Nos land 3 make connections at Winchester for points on the NN fc M V Ry E I No 1 Carrles through cars from Cincinnati to Middlesborough and Cumberland lap and all In termediate stations and runs dully -Â¬ Lve Mayjville 20am 160pm It shall commence business June lbJl and terÂ¬ minate twenty live years thereafter Its affairs shall be conducted by a board of directors not exceeding nine In number and a President Vice President Secretary and Treasurer and such sub bordldute officers ugents and servants as the President or board may establish and employ The Incorporators shall constitute the board of directors of the corporation until the meet Â¬ ing on the first Monday In January on which said day said stockholders shall elect a Board of Directors und said board shall be elected on the first Monday in Junuary of each and everyyear thereafter The highest amount of Indebtedness of the corporation nhnll be two thirds of the capital stock paid In und the private property ot stock Â¬ holders Is to be exempt from corporate debts JAMES W WOOLFOLK 8 T GRAVES J H THOMPSON BRANUM GRAVES CLIFTON ROLIN JAMES BAKER JAMES It NORREL 1891 - ai EDWILLIS State of Kfntuckv County the foregoing Articles of Incorporation was on the lth day of June 1B91 produced to me In said county and acknowledged before me by James W Woolfolk S T Graves J II Thompson Hnmum Graves Clifton Hulls E D Willis mid Juiiies Frazler to be their act and deed The snme was iignln produced to me on the 1st day of August 1891 und acknowledged by James R Norrel to be his uct and deed whereupon the same together with this certlllcate huve been duly lecorded In my olllce ilven under my hand this 7th day of August 1891 N D SMITH C F C 0 Aug 15 of Fit ANXI1N I N R Smith Clerk of tho County Court for county and State aforesaid do certify that tho 4t is8lllllllllfllBVBvBBlllllllllllllliaiMaBlnBllllIBllllllaHBBaBjBjiBas oWwsasBPflsWIHaiHHslffliisBsWWMBBMfWHB V7 Tgr7 j r Trv - ii n IrpgHfrfy1 VVflJ VVT - -- - y C ifwiSV J rv 7 8pjfflfnfw 1 6 w T7 ii i - CX wJC i mrm JLJ JL JLiL J J --uLj LIGHT WEIGHT COATS AND VESTS LARGE ASSORTMENT Rr AND BEST GOOD FLANNEL SHIRTS AND STRAW HATS BELOW COST CALL AND TAKE A LOOK AT TFIESE GOODS HUDSON HUMPHRIES Dr Males Souseliold Oint Â¬ CASSELL jE Tin Bsat in ths ment Id Is tho finest cure in the world It absolutely cures catarrh It cures GureB 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 bruises Outs 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 50c boxes large size cheapest Sold at Phil Carpenters drug store South Side 52 Chaplain second singing by the society third memorial address in honor of Madison Clay Johnson by Mr Edward Lane fourth singing by tho society fifth recitation by Miss Williams sixth duett by Miss Dupey and L Todd seventh instrumental solo by Miss Dupcy The books were then opened for enrollment of mem bors The meeting adjourned to meet at the First Baptist Church Miss Gertrude Williams formerly of this city but lately of Louisville came up a few weeks since to visit Mrs H Samuels While here she had a good time with friends who did all that they could to make her Height of Cruelty Nervous women seldom receive the sympathy they deserve While often Educational We are glad to state that from the annual report this year there is a de- Â¬ cided improvement all along the line in school matters throughout the county In the next weeks article we will give figures showing this to be true By authority of law in me vested I have made the following changes in the text books for use in the common schools of this county for the next five years beginning Aug 18th 1891 viz McGufFy Spellers and Readers instead of Butlers Eclectic Geogra- Â¬ phy instead Monteiths Tho next regular day for applicants for teachers certificates white will be the first Friday in September colored the 2d Friday The annual Teachers Institute will convene the last Monday in Septem- Â¬ ber On the 3d of this month tho trus- Â¬ tees of Disttrict No 7 colored dis- Â¬ missed their teacher 0 0 Wake3eld on the charge of immoral conduct The teacher appealed to the County After a fair and Superintendent impartial investigation and weighing the facts and the law in the case the County Superintendent reversed the action of tne trustees reinstated Mr Wakefield in his school and thus cleared him of all charges of immo- Â¬ rality Trustees should bo careful about such matters or they might ruin the character of an innocent person for life the pictures of health they are con- Â¬ stantly ailing To withhold sympa- Â¬ thy from these unfortunates is the heigtht of cruelty They have a weak heart causing shortness of breath fluttering pain in side weak and hungry spells and finally swelling of ankles oppression choking smother- Â¬ ing and dropsy Dr Miles New Heart Cure is just the thing for them For their nervousness headache weakness etc his Restorative Ner- Â¬ vine is unequaled Fine treatise on short stay very pleasant Miss Ger- Â¬ Pleart and Nervous Diseases and trude left for her home a few days marvelous testimonials free Sold and guaranteed by J W Gayle since a o 3en U 5 - for 5125 Spring Frame not Stiff o1 BLBRS Cheaper Ones is if Wanted RAM- - GRUTGHER ROBERTS FRANKFORT KY Agents for AMERICAN and CHAMPIONS CYCLE SUNDRIES I2EAS No Money jmmimrWrmz Required of Responsible Parties to Commence Treatment Oil What a Cough m Will you heed the warning the signal perhaps of tho sure approach R H WlLMOT of that more terrible disease Con- Â¬ 47 4t Bridgeport sumption Ask yourself if you can afford for the sake of saving 50c to ANNOUNCEMENT run the risk and do nothing for it We know from experience that to announce W H We Shilohs Cure will cure your cough RENTare authorized county as a candidate PAR of Franklli for It never fails This explains why Assistant Clerk of the House of Representatives or the next Legislature subject to tho action of more than a Million Bottles were Democratic sold the past year It relieves croup the Aug 15 te caucus and whooping cough at once Mothers do not be without it For lame back side or chest use Shilohs Sold by J W Porous Plaster pleasant house for rent with all necessary out buildings A w H For Rent Gayle 37 Unprecedented Low Round Trip Rates The Kentucky Central Railroad will sell tickets atunusualy low rates from Lexington to Cincinnati every day August 24th to October 3d 1891 dur- Â¬ CINCINNATI L y Y Shortest ami quickest between AND M ing the unparalleld attractions of the Oniv direct line between Ninth Annual Celebration of the order of Cincinnatus Last days of Pompii commencing August 24th Frankfort target ova and Paris and the Latonia Jockey Club Fall Meeting August 29th to October 3d lisle Ihjsville Gynthiana Fal Â¬ Tickets will be good going on date of sale and returning until and includ- Â¬ mouth and Covington ing October 5th FRANKFORT Car Â¬ County Superintendent Specimen Cases ASK FOR TICKETS BY VIA ICY MIDLAND i LcIa S H Clifford New Cassel Wis was troubled with Neuralgia and Saved Rheumatism his Stomach was disor- Â¬ dered his Liver was affected to an From a letter written by Mrs Ada alarming degree appetite fell away E Hurd of Groton S D we quote and he was terribly reduced in flesh Was taken with a bad cold which and strength Three bottles of Eloj settled on my Lungs cough set in tric Bitters cured him and finally terminated in Comsump Edward Shepherd Hairodsburg tion Four doctors gave me up say- Â¬ 111 had a running sore on his leg of ing I could live but a short time I eight years standing Used three gave myself up to my Saviour de- Â¬ bottles of Electric Bitters and seven termined if I could not stay with my boxes of Bucklens Arnica Salve and friends on earth I would meet my his leg is sound and well John absent ones above My husband was Speaker Catawba O had Ave large advised to got Dr Kings New Dis- Fever sores on his leg doctors said covery for Comsumption Cough and he was incurable One bottle Elec- Â¬ Colds I gave it a trial took in all tric Bitters and one box Bucklens eight bottles it has cured me and Arnica Salvo cured him entirely thank God I am now a well and Sold by tho South Side drug store Trial bottles fiee 3 hearty woman v 11 carpenter at Phil Carpenters Drug Store Pronounced Hopeless Yet TBMRS BDR GEHTRmT STANDARD TIME 17 1 TIME TABLE MAY lBJO M The O weU-kw-v- n AlU No 5 A M pm No 7 Mixed 12 23 12 43 1 07 1 47 3 01 UtM 2 03 2 23 2 45 3 lb 4 23 0 37 0 45 TRAINS EAST Lv Frankfort Klkuorn Switzer bun No 1 Jul Pass 5 15 No 3 Puss ti to ti 11 Ar iieoruetown via Lv Ueorgtn Ar Iiuclnnatl Lv stamp irod y O iMj 7 IU I i i 5 68 U00 GUI 0 45 4 Od 4 12 4 20 4 35 5 0u U N of the Eye and Ear Deformities etc of the Ohio Medical Institute lias for thirty years devoted hi attention to tho ticMtment of CHRONIC NERVOUS FEMALE AND SURGICAL DISEASES such as Broiichitio Catarrh Cough Rheumatism all diseases of the Stomach Bowels Rectum Liver Kidneys Bladder Sexual Oraans Heart Nerves and Brain diseases dent Physician 3BJOHMLjr M SURGEON and SPECIALIST Cincinnati 3E3C X O of tne Phiiaduiphia Gkneral Hospital and of formerly Resi Â¬ Physician-in-Ciiakg- k HE WILL BE AT THE Â¬ Ar Paris Lv ParlsvlaKC Covington Ar Cincinnati Lv Paris via KCi Ar Maysvllle Lv Newtown Coutrovllle ieoruetown I A regular price 1 Oc and 100 45 DR Among the Colored Citi acens ACKERS ENGLISH PILLS k i i ijfiti ltt 4 this week returned Thursday covered with glory The Industrial Legion Lodge bet Â¬ AHOUT 100 ACRES ter known as tho young Odd Follows AFAIW CONTAINING ami Bald Knob Turn on Frankfort plkenbout 4 lulled froai Frankfort A kooiI house seldom give an entertainment but the and orchard Is on the place when thoy do one can rest assured burnbe rented for n period of one midthree same ears or will nothing will be spared to make Vor terms apply on the premises to that MRS Ef IABKTII MOORK the occasion a success The public ortoWM CROMWELL will be invited out on the first Tues- Â¬ Aug 2 Mm night in Septembor to one of tho day best oonducted ontertainments ever our city The Camps of given in H Thompson and Capt AT J Woolfolk are expected to give the public a treat in the way of an old time exhibition drill See hand bill which will be out in a day or two T WILL SKLL AT PUR 10 AUCTION OS for the place 1 Monduv September 7th county court day ut the Court House door In the city or Frankfort The Literary Sooiety held their tlvo or six lieid of llnu trotting stock consisting mare Alexanders Norillllll Olio meeting ut the St John A M Church nf mm bred fillybvone line gelding Wednesday night the 10th The standard very mat una several oiners by Abbotwtord Â¬ Are active and pure For siok headÂ¬ ache disordered stomach Iqss of up Miss Martha Williams ib expected petite bad complexion and billious have never beeu equaled home next Thursday aftor a stay of ness thoyAmerica or abroad and Illinois either in several weeks in Indiana 9 J W Gayle Druggist Capt J H Thompson and Camp who have been down to Eminence FOR RENT TROTTING STOCK PUBLIC Aug 22 2t SALE d Returning Every Fourth Week Thereafter CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION IS FHEKnnd he will piomptly tell you all about your dlseaso uuU tho prospects of u cure He undertakes no view able cates in LAMER iittllftcdwilh unvof the tils peculiar to their sex may consult htm with per- Â¬ 7 20 35 Ar Richmond fect contldooco uud tho uaxurbiice of certain relief and permanent cure Their riuiea U MUM will recolvtt that Ulnd and conalrterito intention which all will appreciate HIb treatment UMIA HU ulwayu proven aatlHfactory local tieuttuont Is ntIdoin necessary Noti No 2 No No 8 No 12 Ovarlnn Tumors iu tuolr earlier stages cuied without pnlu or Instrumental lute Mix TRAINS WEST Sun Pass Past Mix Pair train train train train ferouce Ntcvlllfy Is unnnlly tho result of carelessness or Ignorance It ctt be lemedled Lv Richmond via K C Gil 1 05 Epilepsy or Fits cured hy a uver fulling treatment 7 15 58 Winchester IMmfncss many cibcm can bo cured 7 48 a 33 Paris I anccrfl permanently ro moved Horn the roost delicate organs by our own pecullM Lv Maysvllle via tnettiod little or no pain mi loss of blood nokulfeor caustic the only pontive cure 1 50 S 20 K C Ntrlctnre Varicocele Hydrocele Npernmtorrtica aud all unnatural discharges i 50 3 20 Carlisle peiumiiently cured 7 40 4 10 Ar Paris MEN of all oge who aufTer from Indiscretions and excesses vlll benefit by our counsel Lv Cincinnati vlu and treatment If they observe certain sediments In the urine or Irritation of the urinary 2 20 K C organs hey should consult us without delay We rtttoro all iwh cam Covington 2 20 Th doctor treats with untslllntc success nil forms of Rectal Disease such as Pile 5 37 Ar Paris Fistula Flsaiire and Oleraon of tht Rowel by a method of his own discovery 4 31 U01 8 30 Ii 20 hv Paris without pain or detention fiora busiiicss lie guarantee all eattt y 20 H 50 GI9 500 Contrevllle Early Interference Is cousldorcd tho best of judgment in all cam and lares time 5 19 9 30 9 02 0 49 Newtown moi gy and health 9 45 10 02 7 14 5 40 Ar leoruetown Tho success attained In the treatment of the cases which he makes his specialty is truly Lv Clnclrnatlvlal phenomenal 7 00 4 01 7 O Q Wondertal Cares have been effected hi old and dlffloult casoe whloh have bafflsd the Ar leonflitown 10J2 1002 7 04 efforts of all others Ihn2 110 02 7 00 0 45 L JeorKetown As his rooms are usually crowded It Is better to call early in the day to avoid being Stamp Orod 10 24 110 21 7 31 7 21 diiayed io a 110 38 7 47 7 50 Swltzer 10 40 l0 40 7 55 8 0 Persons consulting him should bring from two to four ounces of their urine in a clean KIKIiorn 8 10 8 40 1100 11 Ar Frankfort bottlo for examination Pationts treated by mall or express but whou possible personal consultation Is prefer Nos Nns 2 7 8 and 12 il illy except Sunday able List of questions sent on application a una i iniir iso ana i Kiiuiays oniy HOWUtnoitMlsoN Acent All Consultations Coyronilciicc and Case Strictly Confidential OEO R U IRIKIt lion Superintendent VERNON CLARK General Pasener Agent Treatment uat C O D to ui purl f t Unit ml and Canada Address with fQitaffcforrfify City Ticket Agent CLAUDE HOWL ParlHvlaKC Winchester t i 1 Carlisle t 723 7 25 10 15 10 V 7 25 Ii till 7 40 7 05 7 50 7 15 7 35 8 10 7 53 10 44 10J30 7 55 8 13 10 10 11 27 12 10 J 5 21 32 5 03 5 19 4 Ml 0 18 CAPITAL HOTEL FRANKFORT KY MONDAY SEPT ousts unr oarxjisr And every ourih week thereafter ti 1 25 tSConsultation and Exammalon Fre 5 48 0 23 7 55 5 48 G 15 Vt 1 I 1 I I 1c IK H 1 r UlVJiaUiUiD TVQ uvj jp wj W C BEDFORD JENKR A U OFFICES FRANKFORT KY 1v 0 II SOOKilA 8s Sox 703 Cincinnati a CRUTCHER Main street FRANKFORT STARKS Fourth Jefferson LOUISVILLE -- 3 j i There are only a few days left in which to Close Out Summer Goods y And as we are heavily loaded we much prefer making b G reat SSLcrlfice another season for a small margin 1J Now and getting the money than carrying the goods over We have this day placed our entire line of -- ITIN S jl bs3jHC c p That were sold for 50c 65c and 75c ALL GO AT 29 CENTS This is a great Neckwear sale See window -7 I Remember our great line of GENTLEMENS NEGLIGE ITS A UNDERWEAR HATS vi V SUSPENDERS HOSIERY STRAW ALI K w rTTi 1 CRUTCHER SLAUGH rw fe STARKS L H i Ml t vY 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