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DIBOUll 130 A LEWIS Publiaho A WEEKLY PAP BK DEVOTED TO LOOAL AND SOCIETY NEWS KY SEPTEMBER 1889 TERMS 100 In Advance fSfiM iolume XV Jriii nm nrirtcfe UNorth W fa VllrlirkntM U I 1 FRANKFORT Highest of all In 10 1891 Number 1 rwrlttcn for tho nooHDABOur1 M Bm iavcnlng Power U S Govt Report Aug q fuWmanytlm6s ltlms sheltered mo li lYom sudden tempostrftlu mid drllttng snow lint this wis roars ngo rAnd I ii school girl happy ns could bo Inrofooted in tho stream oer which It hung my hand And built play houses In tho shining sand At dinner time before the schoolbell rung IJpon the bridge a sweet old story spoken A tender friendship missed a friendship won Kentucky never lost a nobler hearted son ho for whom I keep a little token I caught tho tiny minnow in RoYal J22E8 p will bo at tho First Independent Baptist Church won dcarElkhorn let tho rippling water John Maxoy janitor at the Roun- Â¬ Ing merrily the song of days lang syne dabout office was stabbed in tho loft the old outshine breast by Julius Lusohor Tuesday tho Jnew bridge novor can night but not seriously hurt i tender recollections of tho absent dauzhter jlove1 tho memory of thee murmuring rlvorl Dr Underwood delivered a lecture I ABhoiiwert yesterday thou art to day to a good audience at tho First Bap Â¬ Beyond tho bridge my soul shall wing Its way tist Church Tuesday night Uiitthou the earnest of tho grand forever praise Vugust 8th 1891 NSC ofOur people wore loud in their which the Georgetown lynching appeared in the Western Argus of 1 Startling Facta lastweek It was one of the few which thought tho should jKfljho American people are vapidly avo been allowed to take lawcourse its becoming a race of nervous wrecks tand tho following suggests the best Business Men riemedy Alphonso Hempfiing of ucier jra swears mat wnen njs son olose application and too little as Bpeoomess irom s yitus aance From r Miles grfcat Kdstorative Nervine exercise are especially liable to con- Â¬ clogginfc ureajhim Mrs J R Milled of stipation producing up natures ereat headache bilious 1X jjuXUJIUI raiuuiauui UUU u A gained 20 pounds- tiewers ness sluggish circulation ana generÂ¬ gansport Ind eaoh from taking it Mrs H A Gardner al derangement of the vital ortrans bowels is fofYistula Ind was cured of 40 or 60 A regular movement of thohealth to convulsions a day and muoli head indispensable to perfect neglect is to imperil If constipated ache dizziness backache and ner vous prostration by one bottle Trial Pierces Pleasant Pellets will oure TJdttles and filno book of marvelous you No interference with business Mild in cures- free at J w Uayies who Very modest expense recommends and guarantees this un aotion yet powerful in cleansing regulating tho stomach liver and 3 equaled remedy bowelB curing oonBtipation hoad aoho and kindred ailments 4iW L Coppersmith tho jeweler loeathe best of work at moderate W L Coppersmith the jeweler is prices Call and see 284 St Olair the leading repairer in the eity 2 45 ly itrMt 45 ly St Clair street h JauLi Alhsl the bridge Is gone like old familiar faces Who smile upon us onco and pass awayj Like to tho humankind It had Its day 3 reality of life Its homely graces ABSOLUTELY PURE Baking Or Powder Boots Shoes Pall ctuca R K McClure rinter Stoclc of Hats Books r mHDxHt Grand 550 Excursion To Lookout Mountain and return via Louisville Southern Railroad A special limited train will leave Shel byville at 730 a m Wednesday Sept 16th and run through without change to Chattanooga on the following sohedule Hemp Ridge 739 a m Waddy 748 Avenstoke 800 a m Alton 812 a m leave Lexington on regular train 710 a m loave Versailles 750 a m leave Tyrone 806 a m arrive Lawrenceburg 810 a m leave Lawrenceburg special train 820 a m MoBrayers 838 a m Novins 843 a m Salviea 849 a mj Van Ardsell 854 a m McAfee 9702 a m5 Curry 909 a m Harrodsburg 921 a m Burgin 935 a m Arrive Chattanooga 500 p m Arrive Lookout Inn Moun Â¬ tain Top 545 p m in time to view tho sunset from Sunset Rook spending the night above the clouds and on the following morning view- Â¬ ing the grandest sunrise and scenery the eye ever beheld The beauties of daylight journeying through the mountains is beyond the description of tongue or pen Returning leave Chattanooga following night Sept 17th and arrive at Shelbyville morning of Sept 18th connecting at Lawrenceburg for Tyrone Versailles and Lexington Those desiring to stop over at Lookout and make side trips can do so and tickets will be made good to return on regular trains till Sept 21st inclusive c is now full and complete and we guarantee prices as low as caa be bought anywhere 2 will -- ZMans lEfZIp ISoot- - 7lxole-StoG3s- - 125 will 100 rill -- To03r ToTCL Bo3ts Bj IBoot- - y SToiitlxs Booty And Goods la Proportion Reduced Rates on Q C Reduced rates have been granted the Queen Crescent Route for the following occasions Information can be ob- Â¬ tained on application to Tioket oriHhe certificate plan by C3 XT3ST Aarx5 Friends Washington Supreme Counoil Ministerial Counoil Seyenth Day Adventists Austell Ga September Ilth to October 12th TUi S Veterinary Medical Associa- Â¬ tion Washington D C September 0 Septem- and Institute of D Order Chosen S SCHOOL BOOKS OO AJT1 s 3thol7th Pomological society-Army J 5 of America so physicians and Surgeons Con essrbf America Washington D C ptember 22d to 25th of the Tennessee Sooioty 1 AMUHITIOH GRAY Harvest Excursion The L E sell round Publishers Wholesale PRICES icagp October 7th to 9th Xethodist Ecumenical Conference ahingfcbri D 0 October 7th to ii- Hardware and Cutlery St L O CHURCH TjgOppporsmlth challenges QKff KOWkV com isoiv in workmanship on any 234 St Clair alrSiih his line 45 ly i v long cue uoiorea OH- zens ITi I the West North west and South- Â¬ west at exceedingly low figures Sept wv 15th and 29th Tickets will be good ii r to return 30 days from date of sale 3Lulie Fisher of Lexington and stop over privileges will be ioprgo 0 Princeton of Louis- - granted Call for tickets via Louis jarejyisiting MIbs Maggie Mar- - villQ St Louis Air Lino or address F A Willard General Agent corner v 4 KistriaJ Legion Lodge had a Main and 3d streets Louisville Ky mooting Wednesday night I 1 Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria 7 enlarge party will drive up to ilsailles fair to day W L Coppersmith dont send work to other oitieB but does all fcrip to Indiana is instrusted to him in his that 01aB Steward of Chicago building 4234 St Clair street 45 ly nied by her sister-in-latin paid our city a visit last Excursion to Lexington t w trip tiokets to points in Railroad will j PI III JM CLi XJRE R LOSXXlfl JzSX0 tjLjcCJltJ -- 3-S JLu--t- J -- jc 0IE3 Oo2rxiagro XjiigTlxt StuLxriry9 3PlxaotOJL iogs I3aLO Oo3rt ai3dL 77obro3Qjs HESSKSSSffi f in Ky 0 o WH - 5J Edmonia took place from St Johns nday was largely attended dorsbn of Louisville visited y of Mr and Mrs William on Normal Heights7last and on Wednesday he was Vlja delightful entertainment i IIouoo vvrrs Bowman Adams of are in tho city again having resumed work at on hall iaX Legion Lodge No S1Q2 return thanks jto tho pub- fIetwo OamCVfor their pros- mAQ onterfcainmnt Tuesday no Othult Tho affair was yeasariunnd successful in ovory wfcho word V miiForary Sooioty is yet hold- fklmji unless something is done latwery soon it is doomed to Utajprodqcfissors Our people wmw 0 lose all mtorest in tho inamo Frankfort had in vMwork Tho nex b mooting Mil- - aral of Mrs ton and return will be sold tit one faro for he round trip from stations oocweon uinomnati ana Pino Jnol also at all station on tho Louisvill southern Kallroad Id to 10 oxoursion tiokets to Lexing- Â¬ For the Colored Fair September S5 HS P J CD CD 60 S Pruott For Rent The two story briok residonoo on Washington stroet known as the First Presbyterian Parsonage Possession given April Apply to H H Watson or J W 1st 27 to jsJavi- O s UHfllfl tf Fresh broad every day at Busama bnfo otlonory St Olair street 89 tf For the Fall Celebration N will soil round firlp Tho L tiokots to Louisvilllo at ono faro September 20fch and 80th and for morning trains of October 1st limits od to Ootobor Oth on nooount LouiaV vine Fail celebration mk ttumfui H BIB fl w 0 All styles df hand made Harness Saddle Dustfers Fly Nets Horse Boots CjBBHMjLmfc tmM mj - P SZvt s riWKrsiL iiL ALEXANDEijj gen kiMffl irmmmmzmmaK i w w JfcLjA wmmmmmwrmmmmmmmmmwmmmmmmmmwmmmmmmmmmWmTFmmm1mmmmwmmmmmH SAM D JOHNSON IVlll Tf ca VH jb33ul r3TlmJL3L Fall and Winter Novelty Dress Good i Personal Miss Lizzie Hill leaves this evening Mens Institute which meets in that He goes as a delegate from In Â¬ stitute No 161 in this city Mrs Pat McDonald and daughter MiBS Jennie have returned from a five weeks stay at Old Point Comfort Miss Nellie Burnett who has been visititing Miss Rebecca Johnson re- Â¬ turned to her homo in Shelbyville Tuesday Mr J F Lewis and wife of Louis- Â¬ ville are in the city the guests of his brother Geo A LewiB on Cross city Â¬ Bicycle Races The following is the result of the races of the Blue Grass Cycle Club at Col Peppers traclc Thursday after- Â¬ noon iX BKS TJ r for Lexington Mrs Jamos Welch is spending the week in Cincinnati Mrs Ann Parker of Texas is visit- Â¬ ing relatives in this city Mr P Fall Taylor of Louisville spont Sunday in this city Miss Phythian of Newport is the guest of Mrs S E James Mr Rip Arnold of New York is visiting his parents in this city Miss Ruth Ely left Tuesday morn Â¬ ing for Danville to attend school Mr John T Buckley returned Tuesday evening from Now York Miss Una Marshall has returned from a visit to friends in Georgetown Mr and Mrs James Hoeney spent several days in Cincinnati this week Mrs M W Wilhoit of Monterey is visiting Mrs Ada Garrett on Second street Mrs John E Miles and daughter Miss Mary Keith are visiting friends in Versailles of Oatletts Miss Maud Markham burg is visiting Miss Joe Duvall on Main street Miss Clara Buckley left Monday for Nazareth Academy where she will attend school Miss Adelma Crutcher left Wednesday for Science Hill Shelbyville to Â¬ Â¬ Walter Hursey 150 yds tlrst--30- 9f Ed Roberts 300 yds second 311 Todd Crutcher scratch third 313 Lee Hulett 100 yds fourth MILE DASH sAsW W LW l 2 3 known to mo4 K1 UJ il VInfants and Children flfe JLa mtJ A m f Was Crutcher Hulett Roberts I MILE DASH for TvySk if M 1 Mr Frank Ohinn and daughter Crutcher Ill So Oxford St Brooklyn H T 2 Miss Annie Bell returned Saturday Hureey For soreral years I have recommended 3 Theuao of Castorlais BonnlTcrsal and from a two weeks trip to Cape Cod Hulett Castoria and shall always continue to its merits bo well known that it seems a work your as bcaoflciaj 4 Roberts of supererogation to endorso It Few are tho do so it has Invariably produced Massachusetts results intelligent famillca who do not keep Castori 2 MILES AGAINST TIME Pjlodct M D Edwin F within easy reach Mr George W Lewis who has 123th Street and 7th Ave M0be Wlnthrop New York City been spending the summer in this Crutcher 342 338720 New York City Bof onnod Church Lata Pastor Bloomlngdalo Best time previous 729 city left for Louisville Monday morning where he will attend school Thk CnrrATO Cokpiwt 77 Muhuay Strmet Nkw Yosx UIi What a Cough Misses Fannie Herndon of Louis- Â¬ Will you heed the warning ville and Julia Dixon of Henderson the who have been visiting relatives near signal perhaps of the sure approach Â¬ of that more terrible disease Conthis city roturned home this after- Â¬ sumption Ask yourself if you can noon afford for the sake of saving 60c to nothing Mr Marion Scofield wife and run the risk and do experiencefor it We knosjf that daughter Miss Alma are spending a Shilohs Cure from cure your cough will few days with his daughter Mrs It never fails This explains why Harry Thomas near Farmdale this more than a Million Bottles were sold the past year It relieves croup week and whooping cough at once Messrs J S and L E Harvie re Mothers do not be without it For THE GREAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY FOR turned Wednesday from a stay of lame back side or chest use Shilohs 0k Sold Porous Plaster by J W several weeks at Clifton Springs On- Â¬ Gayle 37 tario Beach and other points in New York Located SALT RHEUM ECZEMA WOUNDS BURNS attend school Messrs Albert H McOlure jr c SORES CROUP BRONCHITIS Ex Gov J Procter Knott has lo- Â¬ Mr M R Hainline and wife of Mt Lindsey Blayney John Green and Sterling spent Sunday in this city Wallace McOloy left Tuesday morn- Â¬ cated in this city for tho practice of with relatives ing for Danville to attend Centre his profession He has rented the Send three two cent stamps for f reo sample box and boolo l residence of the late Mrs Sallie S Mrs Ed Hanley of Mercer county College Chiles on Second street and will TKR-OID-SO- MP is visiting Mrs John Will Johnson Mr W S Farmer of Farmdale re- Â¬ open an office in the second story of on Third street turned from New York last week on Main street Miss Jessie Richards of Louisville where ho purchased a fine stock of the Hume building where ho will have elegant quarters FOR MEDICINAL BATH TOILET AND NURSERY PURPOSES Miss Rebecca Johnson on dry goods etc for the fall and win is visiting Mr T L Edelen of Lebanon will IL L the South Side TAR OID tor trade also remove here and the two will Miss Annie Johnson of Mt Sterl- Â¬ For sale by IFOHCXXj Mrs Harry Thomas and daughter practice law together Mr Edelen visiting Miss Carrie Holt on Miss Marion returned to their home has rented a flat in the same building Decl3 ly ing the South Side at Farmdale on Monday after a two with the office of the firm where he Miss Josie Rea of Kansas City weeks visit to friends in Owen coun- Â¬ will reside The coming of these Mo is visiting her father Mr John ty and Louisville gentlemen will greatly strengthen Rea in this city Mr J Buford Hendrick and wife the local bar Mrs Tom Brislan Misses Mamie Mrs Chapman Coleman and Miss For many years Mr B F Thomp- Â¬ BriBlan and Minnie Mandlehr are vis Â¬ Sallie Broomfield returned Thursday son of Des Moines Iowa was severe- Â¬ chronic diarrhoea from a visit of several weeks to ly afflicted with times iting in Cincinnati At it was very lie says r rim hv Rev H G Henderson and family Warm Springs Virginia sovere so much so that I feared it wonld end my life About seven Messrs S 0 VanWinkle and E K left Thursday for a visit to Atlanta ago I chanced to prooure a -VanWinkle of IJomer Indiana are years of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Tallapoosa Georgia bottle peer HidHT visiting Mr W H VanWinkle on and Diarrhoea Remedy It gave me Gn Sml E Hill and family left cured Wedaosday for Lexington where Broadway The latter is on his way prompt relief and I Ibolieve eat or now to attend the Bible College at Lex me permanently as theyyrtll reside in future harm anything I drink without ington SAFOLIO is ono of the best known city luxuries and each time a c please I have also used it in my pjies Laura Lindsoy of Mt Sterl Â¬ For Gov and Mrs S B Buoknor Miss iamily with the best results is used on hour is saved On floors tables and painted work it acts ing is the guest of Miss Minnie Van Claiborne and Master Bolivor Buck- - sale by J W Gayle a charm For scouring pota pans and metals it has no equal If Deryeer on Shelby street 62 lm ner Judge and Mrs Jos H Lewis store keoper does not keep it you should insist upon his doing so Miss Mary Talbott Dudley left the Fayette Hewitt Mr Virgil Masonic Meetings always givoa satisfaction and its immense salo all over tho United 8 for Shelbyville to Gen first of the week Hewitt and Col E Polk Johnson makes it an almost nocessary article to any woll supplied store E attend school at Soionce Hill 4 K left Tuesday morning for Owens- - Frankfort Oommandery No thing shines after its use and oven the children dolight in using Miss Pearl Noble of Columbus boro to attend the annual re union T meets in regular monthly conclave their attompta to help around tho house is visiting her sister Mrs of the Orphan Brigade Ohio at the Asylum in Odd Fellows Tem Â¬ near this city 8 Frank Johnson The Misses Brewer of Louisville ple on Thursday evening next at Thorough Practical lust Masters Nick and Bradley Weitzel sisters of Mr W F Brewer the pop- oolook A full attendance of the Graduates assisted to r Visiting Sir left Wednesday for Notre Dame Ind ular job printer of that city are members is desired 11 Jfe6 Catalogue free W Knights are courteously invited where they will attend sohool spending several weeks with their LOUISVILL STRATTOH BRYANT BUSINESS COLLEGE Â¬ Frankfort Royal Arch Chapter No Mr Sam D Johnson returned Tues relatives Mr George Green and wife 8 moots in regular monthly convoca- Â¬ day from a trip of several woeks to and Mr and Mrs Harry Thomas eastern oities The Misses Brewer are recently from tion on Tuesday evening next in the Now York nd other of Odd Fellows Temple Wednesday for San Diago California whore they north hall MIbb Sallie Smith left A full attendance of tho Companions spont last winter Middletown called theroby the doath 1b desired as tho annual election of of her grandmothor Mrs Eliza Cox officers will bo held Answer Tills Question Mrs A Harris and jMiss Waller Harvest Excursions on Wednesday man loft for N Why do so many people we soe Buil of millinery around ub seem to prefer to suffer to purchase a N will sell round trip by Indices- - Tho L bo made miserable of Lexington and Constipation Dizziness Loss of tickets to Arkansas and Texas points Miss Ann tion n hojhaaiJ friends here Appeuce uomwg up oi cno roou August 20th September 15 and 20 at ti of the week Yellow Skin wh m for 7Co wo will ono third flrst oksa limited faro cuaran sell tnera tthiloh s rins of Groen- - teed to euro them vitailzor by J W Limited thirty days Sold hlu fttth- - Gaylh ting E P Bryan 37 i mi Agent is noar this --frBaBHmant nf thE HntBlH iMllluiuil vij iwn i iiwhui vuaiuiiu Ii Ti makes n l W flaniiarsmith Resetting money by paying specialty offline work WThey VH fill this space with an entirely new advertisemen Xou can r i fJV vjJMSiiiiiiHJ lyOuriciyTaxe ueioreijuuLuuyr io iZUiilXiiilmmmmYl vwSa n1 miiMuu r v iUw ml r HiTiiinirriTO iiMit iTrir TiiiiiiMiirrnMiMiMMMPr wxuuuki jhu street OMtorls ta bo well adapted to chfldrea Uui I recommend It aa superior to any prescription H A Aacxncs M D Castorta cares Colic Constipation Sour Stomach Diarrhoea Eructation Killa Worms gives Bleep and promoted di gestion Without Injurious medication TAR OID PILES PILESI V price so cents CO CHICAGO f LL BRE im SOON SSfiftR QUICKLY MARRE Â¬ ROOK ulli inm JACOB SWIGERTC izbTSTrEerroEi in Jjl g eifx Have Removed From the Bafzeli x o3sr H101 ffiND 102 ijrmaij i iBTESq to KM STREET Capital - Uffef mo ni i fr f v WjBgfffv impfflP w iwfW5RiBiyvPwJ Si HHwftr iM OYSTERS -- NORFOLK baveci right flold for the Crutchor Starks nino in the game with Olympic Olub died at St Josephs Hospital in Lox ington on Wednesday with typhoid fever Ho was sick at the time ho played hove butwenttoHarrodsburg and played with the club at that placo on Friday although so ill that ho waB compelled to lie down be Â¬ tween the innings ILL RECEIVE THE FIRST OF THE SEASON ON SEPTEMBER 1st Eft V mMML t J HEENEY SOUTH SIDE GROCER Pimplts Hiadaches Loss of 5lip a Wiary Filling Pains In- Body or Limbs Want of Appitife j If you suffir from Eruptions any of these symptoms taks jj proIiouucGtl Hopeless Yet FOR LOW PRICES CALL ON- - If 4 we Hurd of Groton Was taken with a bad cold which -eltlod on my Lungs cough sel in ind Qnally terminated in ComBUmp 1ion Pour doctors gavo me up eay ng I could live bub a short time I ave myself up to my Saviour do stay with my ormincd if I could not blonds on earth I would meet my absent oneB abovo My huBband was wwjidvisod to get Dr Kings New Discovery for Gomaumption dough and Golds I gavo it a trial took in all h pight bottleB it has cured me and God i am now a well and iaiik vearty woman Trial bottles free FHIL Carpenters Drug Store to tpguiur price uc ana 5iuu Â¬ -- Ann iti3 Trom a letter written Dby MrB quote S C E COLLINS xdoaljers insr Ccnient Glass Oils and BRO Steel DOOTOB Hardware Wall Paper and Decor ationslime Plaster llmi dee Paints Harnss Iron When Baby was sick wo caw her Castorla When sho was a Child sho cried for Castorla When sho became Miss sho clung to Castorla When Bho bad Children eho gavo them Castorla I AGKERS BLOOD Ming Sash ZDoors BlltdBf Powder Slxot and Slxolls iM ALSO A FULL LINE OF Sewer and Flue Pipe and Rack UIp Euclire Party Joseph G Ohinn aged 94 and ifjiMrs Henrietta Morgan the aged Miss Mary Pepper gave a euchre mother of the noted Confederate v Â¬ f General John H Morgan died in party to a few friendB at the family residence on Main street Thursday I Lexington on Monday evening The prizes were very hand some and wore won by Miss Jessie Skipped and Mr Richards of Louisville Messrs Stockton Brothers extensive Richard VanDerveer A delightful farmers and stock traders in Ander- Â¬ repast was served abouu 12 oclock son county well known in this city and then the party broke up disappeared last week leaving a largo amount of indebtedness Children Cry for Pitchers Castorla f Dr- Â¬ pjj Notable Deaths ELIXIR IlIIIUMIiaUIIKIHMIIIIIIII For salo by J W Oayle Becauso Your Blood Is Impurol WHY XI BO Havo you over used moroury dld 5 ou givo youreelf tho needed attention Sat tho time uonT yon Know tuncyon S long as tbo mercury la in tho system iiHH fpnl tho oiToota of It Wo need not I tell you that you require a blood medicino 5 S to ensure freedom from tho after effects English Illoodj Doctor Aclcornknown medicino that Elixir is tho only will thoroughly eradicate tho poison from J tho systom Got it from your drugRtst or write to HOOKER COf 3 40 West Broadway Now York Salt MAIN AND 43 tgrSBwfSMWimiMmiiijijjtuiiwiimwjfMwiuBiiuW LEWIS STREETS FItANKFORT KENTUCKY ly ui VH m aafxawiMiTinniniiM tmdt- Uri GrttttJJ SXjl1ZJ3 2X3IB OF 2TTD DOCTOR IGKERS I Sliilolis Consumption Cure This is beyond question the most successful Oough Medicine we have f4ever sold a few doses Invariably cure tne worst cases of Oough Oroup and BronchitiB while its won derful success in the cure of Con- Â¬ sumption is without a parallel in the iistory of medicine Since its first discovery it has been sold on a guarantee a test which no other 11 you nave a t medicine can scand cough we earnestly ask you to try it vjfiQ luo 500 and 1 It your lungs arcsore chest or back lame use ShilohB Porous Plaster Sold by J A JLacly Deputy to W II UOOKBn CO Mr Abram Addams Clerk of the PILLS send WMt Brotdw Ktw ATork 40 Court of Appeals has appointed Mrs Jennie O Morton a deputy clerk For sale by J W Gayle in hia office whose duty will b to copy the opinions of the Judges of the Oourt Mrs Morton is a gifted lady who ia nob unknown to fame as ABOUT 100 ACRES as a writer of poetry and prose and A FARM CONTAINING mid Bald Knob Turn situated on Frankfort will make an efficient assistant to the plkeQbout 4 miles from Frankfort A good house barn p id orchard Is on the place and the saD e new Olerk will be rented for n period of one or three years PURE PINK ant and a farorlte with the ladle Sold In England for la 1KLi in Amerloa for 86c Get them from roar DruggUta or Theso Celebrated ENQLISII Pills are a Positive Core for Bleb and Headache Illlloumic Oonstlpatlon Small pleas WINDING UP SALE Fnr aajsliiaag 0 oods Hats and Caps At No Livery Stable dry goods and 225 FOR RENT OL OT SI IsT O-Main street I1 I feibf Ihaveju8fc received a oar of Fultz seed wheat from Northern Ohio whioh I am offering at reasonable It is announced that Miss Rose rates Call early James R Shaw Lots fltewart youngest daughter of Dr JQ Jetts Ky l 2b A Stewart and Mr John McOlellan A VALUABLE PIECE OF GROUND SUITABLE Rooms for rent Apply at No 77anDerveer book keeper for Messrs rV for nice residences Mtuated on the South sldeot Wapplngstreftt In a pood neighborhood 217 Washington street Xabrob Graham will bo married on fronting 175 feet on Wapplng street and exnnd l 2t Concluded to quit the clothing business at once lng to the Kentucky rUer The propertv Is Expecting our the 20th of next January offered at private sale either as a whole or In lots large fall purchases of dry goods and millinerv to arrive W in a fur to suit purchasers For terms apply to J G To the Re union Dudley at Branch Bank of Kentucky or to Wm days I have therefore rented the above named house to sell out and Got tne Contract Cromwell 01 lm wina up our entire stock ot mens and boys suits pants dress shirts N will sell round trip The L Gen W J Hendrick ia going to excursion tickets to Cumberland underwear hats caps etc at some handsome improvements Gap at three cents per mile Sept make Franklin County Farm For upon the country residence Glen 13th to 15th inclusive limited ten on account of Re union Mary which he purchased from Mr days Sale Ed P Bryan and has engaged Mr of Veterans W W Alexander Thos Brawner of Pinevillo to do Agent OFFER FOR SALE PRIVATELY THE 01 fche Drick work and has awarded the WEfarm You will have until Oct 13 to pay Containingknown ns the Dr orWm Morris farm carnenters work to Mr S 0 Orver less situated six your city taxes l 4t miles from 8S3 acres more Peaks Mill turnpike Frankfort on the this city one mllo from said turnpike on private road It Let At auction and private sale This sale will commence Saturday one Is known th county A memorial sermon be preaoh and Isln ansgood of the best farms In having now R People who live in new countries ed at St Johns A M willChurch to- Â¬ one bundled andstate of cultivation corn twenty Sept 12 at io oclock a m Do not fail to take E sixty acres In iprWRre liable to db prostrated by malari- - morrow afternoon at 3 oclock upon acres In tobacco the remainder In grass md A good dwelling house containing six the life and oharacter of Bishop woodlandservants rooms in yard an Ice house two 5vjotuwu u uuu umiuago uu uuwuuw Campbell Bishop Campbell wao one rooms barns stable and other necessary out -tobacco qjne oaors suner irom similar ais- - of the leading ministers of the A M buildings An abundance of water for house easea Avers Ague Cure Is war- - E Church in his time The publio hold use and stock tho year round A good apple orcb rd its well ns other fruit trees Has tnreo anted a specific for all malarial pol are invited to attend tenement houses Terms and price made ygons Of this chance to get first class goods at your own price and please known on application to Miss Emma Morris at Frankfort Post Olllco bear in mind this is no humbug nor an advertising catch but a bona Aug 2 3m A Nice Melon fide peremptory and forced f F Gavle 37 Seed Wheat for Sale For terms apply on the premises to MRS BIIZABFTIT MOORE ortoWM CROMWELL Aug 22 lm three doors above Mangan Darnells In order to get more space to enlarge our present w 4 m Will Wed in January F0RSALE Valuable Town mm Dcjariififlt I Im Sacrificin Prices - KTa Â¬ - dLTT SUM i t SLg1 E Mules at Public Sale Otlnlp Messrs Reed Thomasson of ON MONDAY SEPTEMBER 21ST WE WILL Ky to tho highest bidder Oodar Run neighborhood have 25 orsoilgood mules Terms 00at Georgetown ceut 30 days or 2 per Kaufi von vq argL our table a sample of their oil for cash MASON G00CU fc H0GE CO Sept 12 2t kljwjl p of water melons whioh was de B Biunaiian Auctioneer ff footyei luq The rind was of a very pe- Capital Git Business College IMfSfl - JF OJlor naving more wie appear coma yof aoushaw but the meat was pg Sveet and juioy as could be de- AND SHORT HAND INSTI nccomna PEN ART HALL the llrst Mondny In Septem will open Dooip o Dealt CONDITIONS MANY UNDER PREVAILINGdeath by disease merely doo ned to because the owners fall to take measures to pre forva their health Winding Every article must and will be sold DK JOS HAAS llfaMai Lekr Hjm Â¬ jr U Tirana fhrmicli fhn nnnntnr Jhuroh Su jn tho highest praise of Thos co union railway Tuf An way ana nis oxcollent conipany fnmil ooay stars in Muur lrisii visit- TIME CARD uno comoay is mr superior to p taii it has over boon before and wo EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 21ST 1890 Ifarantoo our patrons an outortain- GOING EAST liiiL1 oomooy tnat naa no equal Leave 800 p in road Tho ladies aud gontlo LeaYo Lexington 4U0piu Winchester best Louyo 4 61 p m iMilie tho piok from thoonng Jn the Arrive Clay City Point 6 25 p m your Lumber umo ana 6 30 p m IwpUy and friends if you want oyer Arrive Three Forks 1180 n m or oua laugn ir you do Leave Three Forks imours 120 p m Arrive Elkatawa uwisn to laugh dont come GOING WEST Lb the Opera House September 17 Leave Elkatawa 83o a m Arrive Three Forks 100 a m rwhloh Phofum Hv VIial as auaa Vltaltaot 3 w ber Night session open second Monday Bend for prospectus Address E H ELLIOTT July 4 8m Frankfort Ky 1691 Up Sale -- umm SOL HARRIS log Will Used successfully for 16 years d Auctioneer V pti fiion Prevent Arrest Disease Expel Worms Stop tho Cough Increase the Flesh and Hasten Maturity BOo perpkg 281b 250 8128 and PRICKS cans 1260 The largest packages arothechoap est Disease ED HARRIS Intending buyers of bicycles should not fail to write to the LOUISVILLE CYCLE hmtli of a Banc Ball Play er ijbber of the Lexington Olub th It or the soason and lattorly of the team Mrgwiburg who oamo here iMMday of last week and played ir jam os iiordars who was a Leave Three Forks 6 00 a m GKM a m Arrive Lumber Point 737 a m Arrive Clay city Arrive Winchester 830 a m Ask for Testimonials p 30 a in Arrive Lexington will Hogology I3jy ft pamphlet on swine be mailed to any address on receipt of a two cent Connections made at Lumber Point with steamer or Beattyvllle Elkatawa Is nearest stamp station to Jaokftou Ky Trains between Thro Forks and Lexington run dally between Three Forks and Klkatuwa dally Sundays excepted W GAYLE JFRANKFORT KY Joe Haas V S Mar 7flm For Sale bv FARM FOR SALE A FARM OP WACREd LYING ON THE PEAKS IX Mill plko three miles Irom Frankfort la offered for sale at n bargtttn All of tue placo is bottom land except ten acres Ia In a good state of cultivation There Is a good house of six rooms on theplnce with nover falling well at the back door and an everlasting spring on the place M JL General Pumnner Agent MURPHY Indianapolis Ind and Type Writer Company 812 W Market street Louisville Ky before purchasing their mounts some place else This company can furnish any safety bicycle in the market and the prices are the lowest A nrst clow orchard uiulullnecedBfiry out build ings In good repair For terms apply to Aug2D 3m A Q Frankfort GAINES y Kj ijjjiifel H tWMfiteiWSfflwiiIiiijiiamgWt- - uuiiijwjuiuwttjiuiiiiiiiitwiiiawMttMAMMiiam FRANKFORT i Knteiud ROUNDABOUT at tho post onieo at Pmuttfort Kentucky aa second class malt able matter homo to save a foW conts for in so doing you loso dollars in tho trado of tho men you drive away from you Detli of Robert Sopor 10 3Scv Fire Cliicf Mr J Russoll Williams has boon appointed by tho Blayor as Chief of tho Fire Department to fill tho vacan cy occasioned by tho resignation of Mr Richard Ferguson fiKO A LEWIS Editor nud Publisher SEPT 12 FKANKFORT 1801 Dr W I Kclley will make his usual Allen Correns Supposed to Of Cincinnati to monthly visit this city on Friday Have Walked Overboard He can be next Septombor 18th found in his usual quarters at tho From the City of Olarksville Capital Hotel on that day Bear it in Mr While Asleep mind fn v Mr Allon Correns who lived upon tho farm of Mr 0 T Egbert three miles below tho city oil tho river went down to Oarrollton on business last week and on Friday evening boarded the Steamer City of Olarks Â¬ ville to return Ho paid his passage retired for tho night and was not fleen on tho boat afteawards Tho next morning his coat and vest were found in his bunk but ho was no Â¬ where to bo found Sixty two dol- Â¬ lars was found in the pocket of his vest and tho supposition is that he arose in the night walked or foil otTtho boao into Ui4i9tf and was drowned Mr tJdrrens was a Scotehmrm nf about flfty years of age a member of the Presbyterian Church and an excel- Â¬ lent citizen Ho leaves a wife two sons and a daughter all grown to mourn Ills untimely death Later Mr Correns fcdy was found floating in the river near Oar- Â¬ rollton and buried at that place His family will have the remains dis enterred and brought here for burial Gouc to tlic Home Uncle Charley Shea left Tuesday for Louisville to become an inmato of tho Soldiers Homo near that city Tho old veteran has become too in Â¬ firm to make a living at his trade of bricklayer and will spend tho rest of his days in that institution Tlie HJlue o ami Gray Gen Geo W Morgans command the Soventh Division Army of Ohio will hold a re union at Cumberland All ex Gap Sept 16 17 18 and 19 Union and ex Confederates have been invited Special lates will be given on the railroads Robort Sopor a wall known rosi dont and pionoor of Denver diod tit tho family residence nt 015 Tuesday evening aftor nn illness of Bovorol months Sinco coming to Donvor some eight or ten years ago Mr So Â¬ por has boon retired from nctivo business but was everywhere rocog nizod as a public sfjirltod citizen and a most estimable man Ho was 68 yeais of age and leaves a wlfo and throo daughters Mis Lafo Ponco Mrs Goorgo W Middloton and Mrs Robert Stocton to mourn his loss The funoral will bo held from tho family residence nt Eleventh and Logan avonues Donvor Colo- Â¬ rado Sin Mr Sopor was a brother-in-laof Mr A G Morris of this city and a gontloman every inch of him Whon ns a boy we carried tho mail from this city to Paris from 1802 to G4 he was keoping a country store at Con terville in Bourbon county and was also postmastor It was thon that we learned to know and appreciate his worth as n man and a gentleman and wore indobted to him for many acts of kindness Later he removed to Paris and engaged in business and afterwards to Georgetown from which place ho went to Denver where ho prospered and left a hand Â¬ some property to his family Peace to his ashes w Fram THE for Rent KAMI KNOWN A3 THE DUDLEY nenr tho city limits of Fnmkfort on tho Versailles plku containing 2Gb acres In for ront from March 1st 1892 to March 1st 189 Tlio pliico Is well adapted to general f irmliiK stock rnMnn mid tobicco growing and 1ms ndvan nigra for dairy and marketing ior particulars totho iyiJf Clilnn nnderslBiied at Capital Hotel ns Frank Frankfort Ky m Aug fl tf MAItY J DUDLEY EG MATTEEN TIKCE vl n New Banc Leader Dr J Q A Stewart has arranged with Prof Ed Nunn of Madison Ind to teach the Asylum band two lessons per week will be given Prof Nunn is not a Btranger here having He played with Davis string band is an accomplished musician and it is needless to say that the band will profit by his instructions Cutting at tiie Pen About half past nine oclock Sun- Â¬ day morning a flght occurred in the Penitentiary in which one convict had his Bkull crushed another was dangerously stabbed and waB also cut on the hand and a third badly beaten up At the time above mentioned a convict by the name of William Bellmeyer sent up for fifteen years for rape from Louis- Â¬ ville accused Ed Lucas also sent up from Louisville for life upon the charge of murder of having told another negro something about him which Lucas denied when Bellmeyer went for a razor ho had concealed somewhere in the walls returned and attacked Lucas who drew a short putty knifo he had ground down to a sharp point and stabbed Bellmeyer in the abdomen tho knife going in up to the handle In attempting to cut Lucas with the razor Bellmeyer in- Â¬ flicted a serious wound upon his own hand Another convict by the name of Bill Johnson interfered to stop the the fuss when Bellmeyer struck him on the head with a brick crushing his skull Bellmeyer than knocked Lucas down and stamped him in the face and about the head in a terrible manner The row occurred while the convicts were lounging about the yard and was only stopped when the guards arrived Johnsons head was treppanned by Drs Tobm and Williams several pieces of skull removed and he Bellmeyer and Lucas are all lying in the hospital in a critical condition Johnson was thought to be dying Couldnt Take It Moore was in town Col Davo Monday and went around to Buck- Â¬ leys to take the job 6f elevator boy to which position he was recently elected but the first trip up he stalled the machine and concluded to throw up the job go home and see if he couldnt assist Will Bryant in He getting his cannon to go off said the latter was a pretty hard job bub he thought it would prove easier than monkeying with a patent lift Both tho method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to tho tasto and acts gently yet ptomptly on tho Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the system effectually dispels colds head aches and fevers and cnics lmhitual constipation Syrup of Figs is tho only lemedy of its kind ever produced pleasing to tho taste and ac ceptable to tho stomach piompt in its action and truly beneficial m its effects piepaied only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the mo3t popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c a and 81 bottles by all leading drugAny reliable druggist who gists Failure in Lumber may not have it on hand will pro Messrs P S Rule F B Whit euro it promptly for any one who more and Albin Pilklngton who have wishes to try it Do not accept any been doing a large lumber business substitute in this city for several years under CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO the firm name of P S Rule Co SAN FRANCISCO CAL LOUISVILLE KY NEW YORK NY made an assignment as a firm and individually Monday afternoon to Mr John B Lindsey for the benefit ANNOUNCEMENT of their creditors Their liabilities We to announce W ii are thought to be about 40000 with RENTnre authorized county us u candidate PAR ot Franklin for assets nominally the same They are Assistant Clerk of the House of Representatives of the next Legislature subject to tlie action of indetbed to the banks of this city in the Democratic caucus Aug 15 te the following sums 8000 Bank of Kentucky 5000 Farmers Bank FARM FOR SALE 3500 Deposit Bank of Frankfort 1000 Frankfort National Bank firm OP A LYINtf 2500 A FARMfrom 160 ACRES Franklin ABOUT Is P S Rule individually county Bridgeport mile Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 334 MAIN STREET w j1 Jfc xatAmiJb ujil Jix M VJSBHH3W I aewdrv VLOCJ ILVERWAREgf WATCHES CLOCKS JEWELRY Repaired and Warranted M May2 ly A SELBERT m 233 St Clair street FURNITURE LOOK AT THESE PRICES A bed room suit cheval dresser 18x40 inch French bevel mirror 16th century finish 25 i Sudden Death Mr Robert T Penn one of the oldest and most highly respected citizens of Peaks Mill precinct died suddenly while sitting on the porch at his home on Monday He was seventy years of age and was re- Â¬ markably active for one of his years He was in town Tuesday of last week apparently in perfect health and re- Â¬ mained in equally as good health un- Â¬ til attacked with the fatal malady He was the father of heart failure Mr Josiah Penn Of this city 20000 Total Suits for the following amounts have been filed against the firm in the Fayette Circuit Court at Lexing- Â¬ ton 2000 First National Bank 5000 Fayette National Bank 1000 Third National Bank 1000 Phconix National Bank 800 Jacob White 3600 Deposit Bank of Frankfort ottered for sale at u bargain Well Improved and finely watered For terms apply to J II Sheets Aug 15 lm Benson Ky W J CHINN JR Of Will practice in all State Courts fice second floor Custom House JantJO ly WM CROMWELL EY-AT-LA- A 1 6th century finish suit cheval dresser 18x30 inch French bevel Mirror 22 finish - Advertised Letters Below will be found a list of advertised letters for the week ending Aug 12th 1891 2 Miller Mrs Annie Abratn Mack Bryant Miss Birthia Morton E 0 MoLemer John Bethel Charlie Moner K L Baporich Zivan Morris Robert Buckley Joe Cunningham John Matsin W A 3 Noland Anuio Daniel John Delehanty John Phillips Miss Lilly A ATTORN will alio W RMAI XSSTATB AGSNT PBACTICS OT TEl COUBT8 OI Franklin and ta adjoining counties an rlro pclal attention to the purohat and sale or ml eatat collection of rnta claims and tbo lesotlatton of loans lnn3M A solid ash suit 16th century 20x24 inch French bevel mirror 20 An imitation walnut suit 18x24 inch mirror 14 r I Dissoution Notice Cincinnati Change of Excursions M law r J Edwards MrsCairy Scott Ethndge Wm H 2 Scott H F PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE THE LAWbetween us lias been by mutual Sanders John Green Boldin We will wind up all consent this day dissolved Smith Nannie Griffin Wess old business together Persons Indebted to us Taylor Benjamine Hughes Dennis will Settle with either Date J A SCOTT Todd Miss M L Howard H or JAVIOLLTT Johnson Miss Bes- - Tengue Mrs M P June tf Waic 8 Granvel sie B White Miss Mary The excursion to Cincinnati an- Â¬ Kenner James Womebt nounced for Sept 10th has been post- Â¬ Kemp Mary Susan Chicago Photo Co B Mohr Mohr If you would protect yourself poned until the 12th to give everyone Lewis S When from Painful Profuse Scanty interested an opportunity to witness vertised calling for these letters say ad or Irregular Men- Â¬ G R ROGERS SON Maya ly Dr W I Kelley f OF CINCINNATI WILL BE AT THE FEANKUORT KY OHIO - Advice to Â¬ yesterday Batlier Cheeks When a merchant doing business in this city and is dependent upon this community for his custom goes to Louisville or Cincinnati gets a lot of circulars and the envelopes in which to send them out printed and then sends some of the same to the printers employed in thia city soliciting their trade it strikes us that the transaction Is strongly tinc- Â¬ tured with gall If such parties wish the trade of this community they should certainly be willing to en- Â¬ courage other branches of business by trading at homo Printers have to live and if you want their money for your goods you should give them a chance to earn it when you have work in their line But if you prefer haying your wrk done by printers inLouisvillo or Cincinnati you should go to one or tho other of those places to disposo of your merchandise There aro two oflloes in this city andtheir pricoB for job work are cer- tainly as reasonable as those charged bthe merohants of the city for their waijos tho work as neatly ox loutod as in city offices und if you nt caro to deal with one go to tho jher but dont run away from tho laying of the corner stone 1 0 0 F Temple and the grand parade In addition to this you can see the Zoological Gardens in tho morning the Latonia races in the afternoon and Last Days of Pompii at night Special train returning leaves tho Grand Central depot at 1015 p m and tho gates of tho exhibition grounds aftor the performance and Low Excursion rates Fireworks from all points between Junction City and Dixon J M Saffell Postmaster Suppressed struation you must use CAPITAL KOTE IN Friday September 18 1891 Friday Ootober 9 1891 Court Uay The crowd in town to attend County Qourt on Monday was much larger than usual and the offerings of stock upon tho streets were greater than for many months but prices were exceedingly low re Â¬ Diamond Bently auctioneer ports the following sales 1050 20 head of 2 year old cattle 15 to 20 7 per head 8 dry cowh 10 milk cows 15 to 24 12 horses to 85 5 mules 25 to 05 lcalf 1000 and 1 calf 6 BRADFIELDS FEMALE REGULATOR April SO 1888 This will certify that two mombers of my family after havinjr suilored tor Immediate years from nionatruQl Irregularity being treated without benefit by physicians were at length completely enrea by one bottle of Bradflelds Female- - ltetrulator Its J W SraANaB effect la truly wonderful mailed TOEE which contain Door to WOMAN valuable information on all female dlaoaaes GArtTEnflViixn PTTVEca BLEEDING tsLIND or ITCHING or Knife m Cured wltnoat any surgical operation and wlU little or no pain Chloroform Ligature I not necessary with this mode of treattaorft BTSODTjnLA Is cured IN ANO FISSURES Cared wtUwcit cutting or tearing Another Runaway afternoon Messrs Ed 0 Oryer were out driving in tho formers buggy and whon coming down tho Arsenal Hill the horso became frightened and started to run Mr Oryer jumped out before he got well started and bruised his hip but Mr Classen held on until tho horse began to kiok when ho too jumped and fell against the buggy of Mr Clarence Shaw who was driving down tho hill at the time land had tho back of his Mr Ed Ma head badly cut han of Indiana who was in the buggy with Mr Shaw seeing the vehicles wore going to collide also jumpod out receiving several ugly cuts on his forehead and nose by fall Â¬ Mr Olaassons ing upon a rock horso kicked the buggy to pieces and ran down Main street as far as tho Capital Hotel where ho was stopped Sunday Olaasson and S ULCERATION Drnedr CATARRH cllyrti BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO ATLANTA JTOB 8AXJS fc flu J 27 LI QA DnUQOISTB I n That Your Hair may retain ONE OQLLflR WEEKLY BUYS A GOOD GOLD WATOH its youthful color fullness and beauty dress it daily with arly for nearly BOvenjturs uud the many cures nO IIBM IWMIO amuUK mo vtuuuu nuu iuuuiswa citizens are sulUclont evidence of his success utahllhu1 font tiitat mnniJU ases ot the stomach liver kidney bladtf pjoioui bio diiuoi uuwi WO IU 0 una IHJrYUUM utsrravatedby tho coexistence of FILES IfUJX LA jfibauKisorM BiVAAij uwAiii Of the bowel cured has now been visiting this lwil BY OUR CLDB SYSTEM Our 14 karet patent stlifenod gold cusps are warranted for 20 years Wulthum find Elgin movement reliable and well known Stem wind und set hunting or open face ludyo or gents size Equal to any 75 watch Wo Bell one or tlieBnwutcues for und send to any address by registered nmll or by express privilege of examina- Â¬ tion Our agent at Durham N 0 vutes Our Jewelers have confessed ft dont know how you can furnish bucu work for tlk money J RRVKRKNCESs Dr X K Qober Frankfort Ky J T Ayers Hair Vigor scalp cures humors and stimulates a new growth of hair Go Dr J- - C- - Ayer Lowell Mass It cleanses the if 28 OA8E 00 Dwti Ky j M witnrow Krantuorr Ky DB KXELKYff tJflc huct resMeno Is aU WMt Klgnin street uinctnoau ana waere wwk XXCJp way b tow4 wry J David Moore BenBon Franklin Morris Gretensburf BUton Frankfort Ky V Merbertcti Frankfort Ky Rev L P Uoltttt Benson Ky U McClure Frankfort Kt Blchard Ferguson Vrankf ort Kg W J lloihee Frankfort Ky i Jus mode of maiBMAtHBt dressing nnnhit ulU PBIDJLII AIDBATUBDAYkV thnajt dliAaifm anil U any on by t tto tf wanted at each place 48 Write for particulars W EMPIRE WATOH CO Y KELLEY ffl 1 960 Weat BUrhthSt Olnolnxmtl fey- - I and COMaldon Lane New YorkN CONSULTATION VMMMi TwuW lr iFMiNKFORT ROUNDABOUT rolatod by Rev Dr Christie FHANKrOltT SEPT 12 1811 Particular Baptists Thoro will bo a baBkot moetlnpj Sunday Soptomborl3th at Elizabeth ontlio Kentucky Midland by tho churoh at that place Faro for tho round trip 145 Capitol Policeman Mr OharloB Oaldwoll of Hender son haB boon apppointod policoraan of tho Capitol grounds to succeed removed and has Robert Allen entered upon tho discharged ol Ms duties Inspecting tlic Offices f Saffoll P Pnat mnHtnr Charles W of this city in obedience to J 1 nn i orders routsivuu uum flia PnafnTlfn trDopartuient has been engaged this week in inspecting tne post onices throughout tho county AonJnfoMf JTlie Otlaer Officers Go In On Monday the following novly elected State oQlcers took the oath of office and entered upon tho dis charge of their duties Attorney General W J Ileudnck Superinten dent of Public Instruction Ed Porter Register of tlio Lana Thompson Office G B Swnngo and Clerk of tne Court of Appeals A Addanis - Boiaglit a Home Mr Henry Abler has purchased from Mr Robert Ohoato his house and lot at the corner of Todd and h Murray streets for twenty two hun dred dollars and on Monday tooic Mr possession and moved in Choato has temporarily removed his ffi family to Louisville where ho has contracts to build sereral houses u A Cure for Paralysis Frank Cornelius of Purcell Ind I induced Mr PinBon Ter says whose wite naa paralysis m mo mw to buy a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm To their great surprise before the bottle naa au neen usea Her she was a great deal better face had been drawn to one side but the Pain Balm relieved all pain and soreness and the mouth assumed its It is also a certain natural shape cure for rheumatism lame back 50 sprainB swellings and lameness cent bottles for sale by J W Gayle 52 lm in this city to whom tho story was A Cliaugc in tlue Weather Dr OhrlBtio and his fnrrtlly have Tho person who can predict a boon summoring at Cottago Park of woathor Whito Boar Lako Minn and tho ohaugo in tho pains may by moansin Â¬ bo vory and tragedy which Mrs Ohristio averted his achoa to It is teresting his neighbors as a walk Â¬ occurred thoro last Tuesday ho tho custom for some members of tho ing baromotor anbut tho position Ho onviablo ono is not family to row across tho lako dally to oooupios oourso of S S S to mako Hio meet tho othor members returning needs a bones and home On the day mentioned Mrs Rheumatism liia joints weatherproof cannot stand boforo tho Ohristio was roturning from town Â¬ wonderful blood and was mot at tho beaoh by hor Iioubo attacks of this no othor remedy puriThoro is that maid who had rowed over alono fier proven so efficacious in ourlng When they wero about half way has disoaso as S S S Tho testimotho across tho lake which was very nials to this olToct cannot bo gain Â¬ rough Mrs Ohristio noticed a sail said Thoy speak for thomsolves boat tipping about perilously at some To tost tho matter would not bo a distance from them and called tho costly oxporimont to tho sufTorer and girls attention to tho faot They it is an oxporimont that will surely wore too far away to boo by whom bring relief tho boat was managed but as thoy m m Watched it Buddonly capsized and two men wore precipitated into tho Going to Louisville Mrs Ohristio in- Â¬ churning waves stantly instructed tho girl to pull The Ethol Tobacco Company who for tho wrooked boat and hero they have been opdrating in the Fincel discovered two men clinging to tho overtumod sail boat with only their block South Frankfort for tho past heads out of water two years aro removing their plant After considerable difficulty both to Louisville men succeeded in getting aboard the Christie boat without upsetting it Made au Assignment and ono of them took the oars while the other possessed himsolf of tho ropos of their own boat and Williams doing Messrs Aubrey made them fast to the rescuing craft a largo freBh meat and grocery busi- Â¬ Thus they started for tho beach and ness at tho corner of Second and on their way met a gentleman friond in a sail boat who when told of tho Bridge streets made an assignment accident relieved Mrs Ohristio of Monday evening to Mr G H Sargent further trouble by taking the for the benefit of their creditors strangers and their boat into land The two women then rowed nomo Thoy had boon doing a groat deal of across tho lake not oven learning business on credit and wero unablo to tho names of the men whoso lives collect tho amounts duo them in time they had saved iirs Christie is a member of the to meet their indebtedness Crittenden and Clay families of Kentucky and her bravery in rescu- Â¬ OUR VERY BEST PEO Â¬ ing the strangers in rough weather PLE and in the face of the danger alio ran in having her own boat upset is a Confirm our statement when we say that Dr Ackers English Remedy is credit to her Kentucky blood any Mrs Christie was formerly Misa in every way superior to tho and all Throat preparations for of other Pauline Watson and is a sister and Lungs In Whooping Cough and Cashier H H Watson of the Deposit Croup it is magic and relieves at once We offer you a sample bottle Bank m free Remember this Remedy is sold Capt W A Abbott who has long on a positive guarantee 9 J W Gayle Druggist Hat been with Messrs Percival ton Real Estate and Insurance Brokers Des Moines Iowa and is Re appointed one of the best known and most re- Â¬ spected business men in that city says I can testify to the good Rov H G Henderson returned qualities of Chamberlains Cough Tuesday from the session of the Ken- Â¬ Remedy Having used it in my fami- Â¬ tucky Conference and was ly for the past eight years I can by Bishop Wilson to the pastorate safely say it has no equal for either 50 cent bottles for of the Methodist Church in this city colds or croup sale by J W Gayle for another year Lost year was the 52 lm moot successful in the history of tbo Church for a number of years Â¬ C F BR0WER Main and Broadway CO it q W cz Facmgs A Complete line on exhibition Fifty different patterns on the floor to make selections from Builders are invited to examine our stock Anyone unable to visit our show room will be furnished cata- Â¬ logues on application Cincinnati and Louisville prices duplicated Experienced workmen to set mantels Satisfaction guaranteed o C F B ROWER Wall CO Paper Draperies Carpets Furniture I Under a Cloud I Look Out for It Col Diamond Bontly of Woodford the most gifted poet of the world has constructed a pome which will shortly be turned loose on the public and we have contracted to publish it To be fully in the Roundabout r Colonel recite it no gave us a sam ple of it on Monday and its a lula It is entitled The Hired arm Hand nnnninfaiiwvw- nnp -- - nhntild hear the To the Editor of the Times Sir This was the head line of some corre- Â¬ spondent from Frankfort some days sfncQ I am bo far as being out of em nlnvmAnf nnrl monev And bread and meat are concerned I was an old mArnhfinffnr twenkv fivfl years be fore and since the war and was DooK Keeperanacierirai une auuitur a office and Kentucky penitentiary for nineteen years I want something to do at once Can yet give good references to ability if not for honesty Will my friendB assist me to get this iinn Hanoi thin Imnirinnrv cloud which I fail to see If so address ana neip me at tfranKlort is y an old Confederate soldier sixty eight years who did beg his bread after Gen Lee surrendered but Give the dont want to do so nowpublish this old man a chance and for him L D HOLLOWAY - From tbo LouHvllIe Times September 5th THE FIRST SYMPTOMS OF DEATH Tired feeling dull headache pains partsof tho body sinking at the pit of the stomach losa of ap- Â¬ petite fevorishneasj pimples or sores are all positive evidence of poisoned blood No matter how it beoame it must bo purified to avoid eath Dr Aokors English Blood Elixir has never failed to remove scrofulous or syphilitic poisons Sold under positive guarantee 0 J W GAtLB Druggist In various m VvOJt A4 f WHITES HAS LEO ALL EVERY PBEfAMD CREAM VERMIFUGE 20 YEARS STLSU1SM0 WORM REMEDIES FOR TAYLORMEDCO BITTLE ClAUKTEED SMfi EVEHYWHERE W RICHARDSOK Good Beginning Â¬ JAY-EYE-S- EE Cliange in tlie Scliool The School Board met on Tuesday evening and Mrs S T Raily tender ed her resignation as one of tho KJWohers in tho white school which was accopted and Miss Lou B Groin- well was elected to All tho vacancy A number of ballots were taken for janitor but no choice was made and the board adjourned to meet again last night Confirmed - The favorable impression produced on the first appearance of the agree Â¬ able liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs a few years ago has been more than confirmed by tho experience of all who have used it and tho sucoess of the proprietors and manufacturers the California Fig Syrup Company 52 lm A Franlcfort Heroine for Frankfort ioys to distinguish themselves when hev leave homo but tho following clipped from tho Tattler column of the Louisville Times ot Monday proves that Frankfort girls aro also fnado of tho right sort ol stun and vhen ciroumstance require thoy can so to tho emergency rmn Atlnrwlc nf Xva Pnhorf niivlot ft ilfo of Rev Dr Christie for many u Mnii stP fVin It is a common thing The State Normal School for colorMiu J I Case Hickory Groe Farm homo ed persons opened Wednesday with of Jay E o Soo Ruclnc Wis eaj t Attoi trj injjvory known remedy I remened a lurgoJJuntn -21 applicants for matriculation oi two years standing from aJ ear eld iilly S s wltt threo applications of President Jackson states that it is present at any tho largest number QUIMNS f opening heretofore and if the pres- Â¬ 1 1 Is tho bostprepnrntlon I ha o ever used or hcurd S ent rate of increase keeps up that Blacks Elevator of I heartily recommend It to ull Horsemen as compared with last year more Â¬ Wchavc hundcda of such testimonial Â¬ Mr Stephen Black has Juat com- than 100 students will be in attend KfUSuiJliijDMuJi S PrlcoSl50 iter bottle Aslcjonrdrujrclstforlt Ifl o pleted a new and improved elevator ance this scholastic year ivdota not Keep It bind uj25c stamps or sl ir lor trial box Vi n tj Uj WA fSjjSvWxuji nuBKimiK A IV B EDDY facilitate X Y CO Whitehall fflMW1 at his coal yard whioh will tho handling of tho black diamonds THAT TERRIBLE COWGH and plaoing them upon tho yard in In tho morning hurried or difficult By putting breathing raising phlegm tightness much better condition up this new labor saving apparatus in the ohost quiokonodor pulse chill sweats at evening on his coal yard Mr Black has great- Â¬ ness in the any of these things are night all or prop- Â¬ ly enhanced the value of the the first stages of consumption Dr mrmfcd erty Ackers English Cough Remedy will ouro theso tearful symptoms and is be to him whose wondrows sold under a positive guarantee by Praise X W Gayle Druggis ft skill Has conquered every human ill And now alono as viotor stands Dyeing and Cleaning Tho Golden compound of his hands -AND DEALER IN- So spake a man with tribute crowned Prof Morris a graduate of Wash Â¬ Of Dr Pierce tho J world renowned ington Olty a graduate in tho art of Whose Medical Discovery Had vanquished pain and set him dyeing and cleaning of clothes with fro an experience of twenty years in tho STRICT ATTENTION GIVUN TO One can but speak in praiso of a business offers his services to the PIPE AND FITTINGS ETC JOB AND CONTRACT WORK ALL WORK as citizens of this vicinity Ladies xemedy so effectual and unfailing GUARANTEED Gon Dr Pierces Golden Medical Dis- dresses dyed without ripping PRAo dTHNRT KENTUCKY Aoting promptly and tlomons garments cleaned to look In rear of Salenders Grooery covery awHrai thoroughly it produces permanent as near now as possible and dyed in in its oarly fast colors that will not run or stain cures consumption stages scrofula liver and kidnoy Satisfaction guaranteed A trial is disorders and all blood diseases are all that is askQd for Prof Morrs within the field of its unbounded has been in Americus Ga for tho past twelve months and has givon en Â¬ success tire satisfaction and can bo relied on Come and See Vs in all respootc and comes to our Work town highly recommended have olosed tho store on Mar Â¬ left at houso on Clinton stroot near We Â¬ all our Midland dopot will rocoivo prompt ket street and transferred cornqy of business to tho store on the attention and will bo in safe handst Main and Lewis streets opposite Orders may be loft at poat offlcO and Farmers Bank Wo invito all of our work will bo called for and delivered old ouBtomors to call on us at our froo of charge new store where we will bo glad to Anderson Morris wait on thorn as usual 668 Clinton Stroot Frankfprli Ky 0 E Collins Bro 45 tf 62 2w QINTABT Ad2lZLCZiIILa Plumber GasSteam Fitter Bath Tubs Sinks Ciosets Gas Fixtures Â¬ DUDLEY INSTITUTE The thirty first semi annual ses sion of this school willbegin 1rllinfrtof xnnf Presbyterian ohuroh of thiB city w now u oi j uu uiiui altogether surprised but ploasod to lUnrn wim buu huh uuvuiuuuu iukv u Tne oiroum ulMlOdgeu heroine have just como to light ftancos through the medium of a good friond A pair of good maro mules for sale Thoao wishing to avail thomBolvoB Co at sawr of tho opportunity to tako Icbbqub on Apply to Wi J Hughes 48 UV tho violin or piano during tho sum mill M y rmer months can either see mo or EngrayingfOf all kinds promptly leave word at tho residence of Mr attended to a W L Coppersmiths Sol Harris No 228 Main street June 45 ly 234 St Clair street Pnop SiaNon Blitz 40 tf Â¬ - SEPTEMBER 14 For terms apply to i8-3-- 1991 T M TTJRNBB Fori v m v wWLrf JA ii mMmtijiimkm v -- M jjgm9rwmBmmMBmKMtf jm tjuiyft j jmumuxwEAjgp mjjmtm y v kw f uviiaJe aCall an3 tlie oods isrote of trices And Sefe G Tin Buckets One Qt Two Qt Three Qt 5 5 Porcelain Kettles Coffee One Qt 5 Four Qt 0 35 45 55 cts cts SixQt io cts io cts 15 cf ct cts cts rXefgSi Eight Qt Ten Qt Twelve Qt Fourteen Qt Sixteen Qt Twenty Qt 1 1 6o 65 V V1 Four Qt Six Qt Eight Qt Ten Ot Two Qt Three Qt Four Qt r 10 I 15 cts 70 00 10 20 cts 20 cts 15 DISH PANS 10 qt 20c 14qt 25c 17 qt 30c Gasoline and Gas Stoves Refrigerators and Water Coolers AT COST MJCm Religious 1M flvL 3T n fWe would be greatly obliged to the ministers and officers of churches in the city if they would furnish ub with any announcements which they may wish made1 George Dnrsie preaches at the Qraefenburg Christian Ohurch to- Â¬ morrow at 3 p m Kov Hev W Q Neville will occupy his pulpit at 11 a m and 730 p m Hov J McOlusky Blayney D D will occupy his pulpit at 11 a m and 730 Southern Presbyterian Ohuroh First Presbyterian Ohuroh pm Episcopal Church Rev E A Penick will occupy bis pulpit at ing at usual Ascension Ohurch to morrow morn 11 oclock and at 730 p m as Â¬ Baptist Ohuroh Sunday school at S30 in the chapel Public worship at 11 and 730 Pastor W 0 Taylor will preach and Prof Wayland Graham will have charge of the music at both services Methodist Ohuroh There will he no preaching at the Methodist Ohurch to morrow on account of the absence of the pastor Rev H G Henderson in Georgia filling some engagements The Oedar Chapel Methodist Ohurch will be part of the Lawrence Tjurg circuit this year and Dr W T Poynter will have charge of this ap Â¬ pointment with Rev Mr Welburn as junior preacher K Darsie will occupy his pulpit at 11 and 730 as usual Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor will hold their weekly pray r meeting in the Lecture Room at 1p m Christian Church Rev George Catholic Ohuroh The usual services at the Ohurch of the Good Shepherd to morrow will be conducted by Rev Father Gorey the pastor First mass at 8 a m second mass at 1030 a m Vespers at 8 p m Â¬ Â¬ has however determined to make restitution Just as he communicates his intention of restoring the young girls fortune to his confidential clerk Harrison Swift Garrison has a stroke of paralysis which shatters his reason Swift takes advantage of this to secure absoluto control of the mill owners property and represent- Â¬ ing to the family that Garrison was on the verge of bankruptcy when stricken down coerces the daughter Helen Garrison into a promise of marriage Roxy who has been living at Slaxville Tavern in the care of Squire Hazlitt but is now at Garri- Â¬ sons city jjhomo discovers the plot of Swift and his accomplice Jim Rich to find and destroy the docu- Â¬ ment made out by Garrison before his illness which would give1 Roxy her rightful fortune Swift and Jim are going to the Iron Works at ten oclock that night to find the paper having reason to believe that Garri- Â¬ son concealed it in the office Roxy contrives to imprison Jim who is tipsy in a room and visits the Iron Works in his stead where with the aid of Hy Hazlitt the Squires son and her faithful adorer she hopes to discover the document before Swift comes Swift has insured the Iron Works for their full value and has resolved to blow up the buildings with a dynamite bomb believing that the employes who have threatened a strike will be charged withthe crime He arrives discovers Roxy and Hy and a series of startling situations follow one another in rapid succes- Â¬ sion culminating when Swift after looking Hy in the office drags Roxy into tho engine room and tying her on one of the huge revolving bolts sets a monster steam engine in motion The belt begins to revolve and Roxy is borne upward in the air toward certain death in the whirling At this moment Hy wheels beyond succeeds in battering down the heavy door stops the engine and tears Roxy from the fatal band just in time to save her life The last act depicts the attempted poisoning of the paralyzed Garrison by Swift the marriage of Swift to Helen which is onnortunolv interrupted by Roxy the complete unmasking of the villain and final restoration of Garrison to reason and Roxy to fortune SHILOHS CATARRH REMEDY cure for Catarrh A marvelous Diphtheria Canker mouth and With each bottle there Headache is an ingenious nasal Injector for the more successful treatment of these complaints without extra charge 37 Price 50c Sold by J W Gayle Kentucky Central Eailwav BLUB GRASS ROUTE Shortestand Quickest ruuieft oin OWNTRAL KENTUCKY TO ALU POINTS Basra cist m smtbkst 1891 LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI l jkJl my if I TOWIC CXJR3SS 301EOCLE South Hound IN EFFECT MAY 10TH Daily Dallv Express fast line Ex bun Daily Nol No 5 No 3 Accom 800pm right Indigestion Dyspepsia Nausea Lvo Cincinnati 8 10am buapm Lve Covington 818am medicine if youre a weak or ailing Falmouth 45am 9 10pm Soar Stomach Sleeplessness Cnthiam 10 4J am 9 5Jtmi woman Its Dr Pierces Favorite Headache Nervous ProsArr raris 1118am lU3pm Prescription Lexington llUnn 11 00pm If youro overworked Paltration Neuralgia Lve Paris or run down it builds you up j 11 25am pitation of the Heart A rr Winchester lilOnu if youre afflicted with any of tho Lve Winchester 12 40pm Loss of Energy distressing derangements and dis Weakness of Back Feelings of Arr Richmond 185pm 35pm Lve Richmond orders peculiar to your sex it 20apm Le Berea Languor and Lassitude Gen ArrLivintrston 305pm relieves and cures It improves eral Debility La Grippe Lve Livingston 315pm digestion invigorates the system 4 09pm Lvo XiOnuon Etc Etc 4 50pm Arr Corbln achea blood Them to the LOSS OF APPETITE Â¬ Â¬ 586pm 610pm 7 3 00pm 3 0bpin 4 32pm 00pm 615pm 6 50pm Â¬ 7wDtn 755pm 1 Â¬ dispels enriches the and pains melancholy and nervous ness produces refreshing sleep and restores flesh and strength In tho cure of all functional disturbances weaknesses and irregularities its guaranteed to give satisfaction or tho money is refunded It does all thats claimed for it or it couldnt be sold in this way It is a legitimate medicine not Contains no alcohol a beverage to inebriate no syrup or sugar to sour or ferment in tho stomach and As peculiar in its cause distress marvelous remedial results as in its composition v physician Lve Barbrvllle In and proÂ¬ Lve riuuviue and nounced by them tue boat TONIU extant LvoMlddlesbh others fall It care where allyour Druggist Try It and be ArrCumbGap for It oonviBced Ante LveCorbln udo for 25 years by eminent nBrgeotMi In the United Btut Tva nnrliln 500pm 5Jnm 6 41pm 7 35pm G 7 4 5 5upa PRICE J EO RAY 100 PER BOTTIiE CO Manfs and Prcprs PABI8 W JTSr Sole Ky b20pm Arr Jelllco Lve Richmond loUpin 4 45pm Lve Lancaster 6 20pm Arr Stanford Lve WllllasbB 50pm 45pm E Juue 13 AVERILL ly Agent Northbound Frankfort No 2 No 4 No 6 Dally uauv Dally Ex Sun Express The Central KY Normal J B School TJLEASURKVILLE r day in September 1891 Address July 4 OPENS FIRST TUES SECREbT Prea 8m a S3 Lve Stanford Lancaster Arr Richmond I M Lve Jelllco Lve Wllliasb g persons having cliilms against tho estate or Arr Corbln to me William Dean will present the same proven accoroing to luw before beptomber 1st LveCumbGan ton tnnnnninniliif tlminaalvaa ImlAllfPfl Lve Mlddlesbn to the estate of said decedent are requested to Lve Plneville Lve Barbrvllle come iorwuru mm hoi wo ui uuuo mw JUS lSlAlWi Arr Corbln 3H Administrator Win Dean deed Lve Corbln Hh5w Lve London Arr Livingston Lve Livingston AMifatBtert Notice 7 7 10 b 8 9 6 6 7 8 9 9 10 11 11 12 00am 50am 16am 15am 60am 35am 33um Farm For Sale Arr Richmond Lve Richmond ArrWinchester mnB CIIEANEY FARM SITUATED AT SUM LVO Winchester 1 mlt Station on Ky Midland H It about tvo miles east of Frankfort Ky is for sule cheap Arr Paris may be Lve Lexington l he plaeo contains about 141 acres but divided into two pieces one of about 25 acres Arr Pans Lve Cynthlana with tho dwelling For terms apply to Lve Uerea Wanted situation as bill clerk or salesman in whole- Â¬ sale or retail house best of reference in Frankfort Louisville or the State at large L D HOLLO WAY Frank fort Ky ence By a man with forty years experi Â¬ Tho Most Successful Keincdy ever dlscor erod as it Is certain In Its effects ana docs not Road proot bolow Use it in every sick room Will keep the atmosphere pure and wholesome removing all bad odors from any source Will destroy all Disease Germs infection from all Fevers and all Miles Nerve and Liver Pills contagious diseases The eminent physician J MariAct on a now principle regulating on Sims of New York says 1 stomach ana bowels though the liver Dr am convinced that Prof Darbys nerves A now discovery the Miles Pills speedily cure biliousness Prophylactic Fluid is a most valu had taste torpid liver piles constipa- able disinfectant JU tion Splendid for mqn women and children Smallest mildest surest Samples free at Ilucklens Arnica Salve 60 doses for 25 cents fot The best J W Gaylos Frankfort Ky 45 ly Cuts Bruisessalve in the worldSalt Sores Ulcers Story of a Barrel oflUtyuey Rheum Fever Sores Tetter E D StairH comedy a Barrel of Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns Money will bo presented at the and all Skin Eruptions and posiOpera House on Woduoeduy ovonlng tively cures Piles or no pay reSapt16 Tho story is highly lntor quired It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money re testing and is as follows Price 25 cents per bo UX9o Garrison known as Roxy funded tlfasvtotefi of Amos Piurlson a Side drug store defrauded For sale by South Carpenter has boon P H iy by her uncle who Vfftfpropprty Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- The ministers of the city held a meeting on Monday and organized jforjbhe purpose of holding services regularly every Sunday afternoon at the West End School house and it was arranged that the first services wore to bo held at that point afternoon at 3 oclock by Rev of J McOlusky Blayney D Df Mr the S First Presbyterian Ohuroh O Bull and choir will have charge of the singing All are invited nMte Aug G tf niAWA Frankfort umniii Ky FHT fPl VTM 580pm Lve aimoutht 637pm Arr Covington 6 45pm Arr Cincinnati MAVSV1LLE BRANCH No 10 6 05im 12 4pm 6 55am 140pm 710am 1 58pm 7 45ira 2 83pm 7 00ara 200pm 7 53am 2 45pm 8 24am 315pm 9 23am 4 10pm 10 49am 5 40pm 10 55am 5 DCpm 47am 35am 25am 45am 21am 05am 15am lOnn 1246pm 58un -- H I 3 4 4 45pm 25pm 48pm ysjgiWy yrBfrfc jSigSsMsjsjjviWHri North Bound Lvo Lve Lve Lve 11 Cincinnati Covington Lexlngtou Piris Millersburg Carlisle Johnson Maysvitle South nound Ex Sun Daily No is Daily Ex Sun Â¬ blister Darbys Prophylactic Kendalls Spavin Cure BiinnwooD Md May 2 W Dn n J Kkxdam Co i Uents About three yoars ago I wrote to you I used aJiorso I nwnncl who had a Spavin about It fix bottles ot your Kendalls Spavin Cure and to mads a compluto Cure 1 have reoommended It with llko others who have used itMus Amciu success K Kimlhyom Arr Arr Arr Arr 300pm 806pm 520 pm 615pm am 638pm 840am 7 00pm 9 34am 7B4pm 10 10am 880pm No No 9 ii 7 00 7 55 8 18 u m am Ex Sun Dally I Ex Sun Daily THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST Kendalls Spavin Cure hmim ntlre to lew Grloans Time 26 Hours Twin Uiifd Ok Dj Goache Sleepers run through without change TUE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST 6 20 Lve Maysvitle 5 57 Lve Johnson 0 60 Lve Carlisle 7 15 Lve Millersburg 7 40 Arr Paris 8 28 Arr Lexington Covington 10 49 Arr 10 65 Arr Clnolnnatl w LMUNSON Trav Pass Agt am 160pm am 227 pm a in 320pm a in 845pm a m HOpm am 700pm a in 687pm a m 645 pm O Â¬ Tjkdkn Warren Co Vo June 23 1632 Da D J Kkndau Co Dear Birs I must say mat i onoa inea a ixnum horse Is six or seven years old very sound and boa done hard work all of the time B Kixoeroif Balububt Respectfully yours Georgetown to Jacksonville Ala Time 26 Hours Througl teeners without change The Short lino betftcon Cincinnati and Lexington ky Time aw uours IV TKNH KN0XTI1LK N G ABHXVILUS ClUTTANOOaaTKNN 17 11 ATLANTA Gen Pass General Qfflces Louisville Ky S F B MORSE Asst Genl Pass Agt Cincinnati 0 Ofllce Charaborof ComraercftBldg No 1 Dally to all points except Rowland Dlvl Is dally except Sunday slon which No 2 Runs dally trom Lexington toCtncw S R knottT TramoMunager opatmoreAgt inclnnatl Kendalls Spavin Cure Columbia Ala July 34 1880 Sis B J KnrDAU Co i Gents I barve effectually removed one cms of bane npnyln with your Kendalls Spavin Cure natl i 04 I cheerfully recommeaa Respectfully to all R O Kxioirr Price 1 per bottle or six bottles for 5 Alldrug ists have It or can gqf U for you or It will be sent to any address on receipt ot prioe by the proprie- DR D Mexico and Callfprnla porUrTextt Le e Fruulcfort via Kentuoky M dland Batlway etown 515 a marrlvoCiooIuuaM1020 via Quicker than am trains urrlv uny other litre All at departfromContralUnloi Depot Cincinnati Direct Connections at New Orleansand Shroie BlIWINOIUH ALA 15 10 No 4 Rowland No 6 No 5 Runs dally from all utatlons except the Division which Is dally except Sunday Dally except Sunday runs dally between Cincinnati and Lex-- hateMapshdioaddreooLiiy J KENDALL CO AupHy EfJfHrali Fallt Vn9nL Traveling Pass Agt Lexington Ky 00 HARVEYCINCINNATID O EDWARI8 T 0 P 4 VIOO PWI 0 A nNonib rarl and Lexlngtou Accommodation dally Leaves Lexington 1000 a m Arrives Paris NQN Falmqatu Accommodation Leaves Arrives Falmouth Cincinnati B46 p m 740 p m dally except Sunday Arrives Cln 8 -- twes Falmouth 6 Rm Na dally except Sunday N08 land 8 make connections at Wlnohesteil for point on the NN 4 M V No 1 Carrles through cars from Cincinnati to Mlddjesborougn ana wjinoonuiiu uoji uuu teraeuittto siauoun nuu tuua uau clnnatlam J I ii READY MADE OVERCOATS iunilMfui iii 111 ifinVfi1l liiTiU Til in ill 1 i i i r a WE have thqm at any price from Five Dollars We have lightweight heavy weight to Twenty five especial aucrmon 19 now is oui assortment 01 long coats and short coats but what we want to call your Aft tt LIGHT - WEIGHT THEY are well made stvlish and fit COATS FOR FALL WEAR M m to perfection if you are in need of one The prices are low the coats arc beauties and you had better take a look at them before the assortment is broken which you certainly are unless you already have one HUDSON How to Succeed This is the great problem of life which few satisfactorily solve Some fail because of poor health others want of luok but the majority from They deficient grit want of nerve ore nervous irresolute changeable easily get the blues and talce the spirits down to keep the spirits up thus wasting money time opportun- Â¬ ity and nerve force There is nothing like the Restorative Nervine discovered by the great specialist Dr Miles to cure all nervous diseases as headache the blues nervous prostra- Â¬ tion sleeplessness neuralgia St Vi Â¬ Trial tus dance fits and hysteria bottles and fine book of testimonials 2 free at J W Gayles Â¬ HUIVI PHRIES A ITOTY CASSELL BflE 3L C Peaks Iford f Mill Mrs Anne Morris of Frankfort is visiting her neice Mrs Suter Staf Tobacco cutting is in progress and the farmers report a very heavy and fine crop Miss Anne Ohurch and her guest Miss Anuio Belle Fogg of Woodford spent the first of the week with rela- Â¬ tives and friends here Mr A M Stone who has been em- Â¬ ployed for the past few months by Co left Wednesday to whalen visit relatives in Lexington Mr Arch Triplettis on the sick list The work on the now Christian Church is progressing nicely Messrs Ohas Exum and Con Col- Â¬ lins of Frankfort made a business trip to our town Wednesday The community was greatly shocked on hearing the sudden death of Mr Robert Penn of heart failure which ocourred Monday morning at his residence near this place Seeming- Â¬ ly in robust health his demise was unexpected as it was sudden In his death Peaks Mill has lost one of its most honored and oldest citizens having been born and lived at this place nearly all his life No man was more thoroughly known or more liked He was in his 70th year He was a conscientious Christian hav- Â¬ ing been a member of Bethel Baptist Church for a number of years His funeral took place from his residence Wednesday morning at 11 oclock HigUview Rev W O Taylor of Frankfort officiating His remains were followed Miss Lizzie Flynn is visiting friends by a large concourse of relatives and friends to the cemetery at Frankfort in Woodford county where they were interred To the be- Â¬ Mr Miohaol Buttimer is ereoting a reaved ones we tender our sinoerest neat cottage on his lot adjoining Mr sympathy Reed Em Eye n who has Miss Nannie Buttimer been spending the summer with her Strength and Health sister Mrs Geo Burokholder in has returned home muoh If you are not feeling strong and Louisville in health try Eleotrio Bitters If improved healthy LaGrippe has left yon weak and Girls Experience This A weary use Eleotrio Bitters in a Lighthouse remedy aots direotly on Liver Stomach and Kidneys gently aiding those organs to perform their func- Â¬ Mr aud Mrs Loren Trescott are tions If you are afllioted with Sick keepers of the Gov Lighthouse at you will find speedy and Sand Beach Mich and are blessed Headaohe pornament relief by taking Eleotrio with a daughter four years old Bitters One trial will convince you Last April Bhe was taken down with that this is the remedy you need MoasloH followed with a dreadful Large bottles only 50o at Phil Cough and turning into a fever Doc Â¬ 0 Carpenters Drug Store tors at home and at Detroit treated her but in vain sho grew worse rapidly until sho was a more handful Forks of EUcliorii Then she tried Dr Kings of hones TUqpnvorv rind after the use of The meeting in progress at Buck NTrnv Â¬ Kun grows daily in greater interest two and a half bottles was completeDr Kings New The memuors 01 cno onurcn are oe ly oured They Bayits weight in goicl Ing truly revived and sinners are Discovory is worth trial bottle free at yet you may get a coming nome to Jesus Phil Carpenters Drug Store Horace Burdin who has been quito 0 jBiok for several months has grown For rent A brick cottage of jjmuoh wore sinoo our last report on tho hill opposite throe Mr L 0 Souths dwolling under John Lrooms residence Possession Sootts ap- icouvsa of oonstruotion is rapidly fHvAii Sent 7th Annlv to V proaolung compiotton 11JJNHY UUiiUMK 51 tf A nvnfrnnrnfl mnefcinf will oom- olooks and jewelry of monoe at Mt Pleasant Ohuroh next Watches Monday night September 14 Tho standard brand at Coppersmiths be Â¬ Â¬ pastor kqv J i uuruin win 00 as sides sold at fcndropk prices 2SJ1 5lysisted by RovW OTaylor of Frank- - St Clair street fort ovntryenn livijtf n h Portion Tho fifth vear of our sohool undor the present teaohor commenced last get bread and rolla fresh ovory day 30 tf Trvr1oir IVUn Annntnw wna ornftllnnt at M Bsama1 WVUUUJl Jmtj m Â¬ the number of pupils comparing fa- Â¬ vorably with any previous year Mr J 0 Goddard wife and two children are in Lexington visiting relatives Mrs Ponoy South has been quite sick this week Messrs Rus Hughes Will South and Jacob South have been in Mt Sterling this week Dr 0 0 Barrel of Texas is the guest of Mr L L Cox at Stednian ville Mrs Mattie Crum and cbildj of Beards Station are visiting relatives in our town Misses Sallie Webb and Katie Stu ber who have been rusticating in our midst have returned to their home in Cincinnati Miss Eflle Stedman has returned home from a months visit to relatives in Union county Mr Joel Head of Owen county has been in our midst this week Miss Laura French of Frankfort is the guest of her cousin Miss Lizzie French Miss Lena Kirtley of Frankfort is visiting friends in this neighborhood Miss Annie Thompson has returned home from a visit to friends in Shel- Â¬ by county Esquire Throlkeld of Stamping Ground hasbeen shaking hands with his many friends in our midst recent- Â¬ ly Standing with reluctant feet Where womanhood and childhood meet Tis a Tis a supreme moment critical period No maiden should attempt passing this boundary line without the aid and assistance of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription Its helpfulness in tiding over the perils incident to young womanhood is universally acknowledged No mother can put within the hands of her daughter anything that will prove more valuable in meeting all her re- Â¬ quirements Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription is made expressly for all diseases peouliar to woman and is the only medicine of its kind sold through druggists and guaranteed to give satisfaction in every case or money refunded TO YOURSELF will use a common ordinary pill when they can secure a valuable English one for It is surprising that people the same money Dr Ackers Eng- Â¬ lish pills are a positive cure for sicK headache and all liver troubles They are small sweet easily taken and do not gripe 9 J W GAYLE Druggist Â¬ 3r C Spring Frame JL SSSm Cheaper Ones if Wanted The Best in the U S for S125 not Stiff PfiREDTQ FRANKFORT KY llUIjLli I Ul ASents for AMERICAN RAM BLEBS and CHAMPIONS Pay your city taxes before October or you will have to pay an additional per cent l 4t 13 IKSAW No Money jiL5e CYCLE SUNDRIES KMrGes Treatment 1 Unprecedented Low Round Trip Rates The Kentucky Central Railroad will sell tickets at unusually low rates from Lexington to Cincinnati every day August 24th to October 3d 1891 dur- Â¬ ing the unparalleld attractions of the Ninth Annual Celebration of the order of dncinnatus Last days of Pompii commencing August 24th and the Latonia Jockey Club Fall Meeting August 29th to October 3d Tickets will be good going on date of sale and returning until and includ Â¬ ing October 5th Children Cry for ReqiuredofResponsible Parties to Commence a Pitchers Castoria Wanted a Iady Teaclier To teach in a private family in the country Apply to James Goins Millville Woodford county Ky 514m LOUISVHXB tobacco MARKET DURRETT FURNISHED BY GLOVER LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Sales on our market for the week just closed amountto 5751 hhdswith receipts of 1935 for the same period Sales on our market since January 1st amount to 110390 hhds Sales of the crop of 1890 on our market to date 80090 hhds The market has again been very much orowded with burley tobacco for the past week the offerings being principally of the common and nondescript grades and prices for these sorts have been irregular at times but closed with some better feeling There has been a few hogs Â¬ heads of good to fine offered and they have sold remarkably well Everything with color brings outsido prices Tho following quotations fairly represent our market for burley tobacco Trash dark or damaged 3 50 2 00 tobacco Golory SURGEON and SPECIALIST of Cincinnati O formerly ResiÂ¬ of the Philadelphia General Hospital and Physician-in-Oiiaiig- e of tho Ohio Medical Institute has for thirty years devoted his attention to the treatment of CHRONIC NERVOUS FEMALE AND SURGICAL DISEASES such as Bronchitis Catarrh Cough Rheumatism all diseases of the Stomaoh Bowels Rectum Livor Kidneys Bladder Sexual Organs Heart Norves and Brain diseases of tho Eyo and Ear Deformities eto HE WILL BE AT THE The well known dent Physician CAPITAL HOTEL FRANKFORT KY WEDNESDAY SEPT 30 And every fourchweek Uttle Common lugs not colory Colory lugs Common leaf Medium to good leaf Good to fine fillers Select or wrappery trash 4 00 3 00 6 GO 5 00 8 00 12 00 20 00 8 5 10 8 12 20 00 00 00 00 00 00 thereafter Consultation and Examinalop Fre m loaf 33 00 mraiTn JACOB sub KKANKLIN CIHCUIT COURT UKlirOltD iVC VIRTUE OF THE JUDGMENT RENDERED BYIn tho above causa at the Juno term 1611 I wlllsellnt public sale to tho hlehest ana beat BHU1KLI lUlUEK 0 vkrsus In Equity bidder on Monday Oct 5 1891 At the Court house door In tho city of Frankfort Kentucky between the hours of 10 oclock 11 in anil 3 oclock p in on 11 credit of six nnd twelve months In equal Installments the following PTUat certain tract or land known as the Connlo Harper farm and ou which John Newman now resides situated on South Elkhorn In Vrnnlclln county Ky ubout 0 miles from Frankfort ami adlolnliiK tho farm f A W MacUIn and con Â¬ tains about 171 acres nirjiniTcnt fi fimt t 10m uais to hwo the iiirety b uintffi a 1u vlll i Ie t t u ie4rvlu bojrl fori e rui H until nil the In les uulot tle imieuty - iiMt8i uoi pnlwwoiyUmWv Sep iU I lMt v rogBY Muster ConnnlMloner Returning Every Fourth Week Thereafter CONSULTATION AND UXASIKNATION IS FRK5and tie will promptly tell you your dlsouso nnd tho prospects of a oure lie undertakes no incurable cases all about LADIES uflllctod with aiiy of the ills peculiar to their ses may consult him with per Â¬ confidence aud tho assaiAnce of cortuin relict and permanent euro iod lecelVH Their cases will that Mud and cousldorutu attention whinh all will appreciate His treatment nlwayn proves aatlfiliiotory local treatment lu xoldom necessary Ovirlitn AumorH lu tholr earlier stages ouiod vlthout pain or Instrumental lntoi fcrenco Sterility la usually tho result ot carelessness or ignorance It ca bo remedied pUcpy or Fits cured by a never falling treatment Ueivtiiesu many case can bo cured Cunoorfl permanently removed 10m thu most delicate organs by our own pooulia method Uttlo or no pain no low of blond 110 knife or caustto the only positive cure Mrlcinre Varicocele HytUocoio Spnrtuntorrlicu and all unnatural discharges poimuiiently cured MEXot all ngoa vhosuller from Indioorotlons and oxoeMoa will bonetlt by our counsel and tieatmont If t hoy observo certain sediments In the urine or Irritation ot the urinary organs Ihoy should consult ua without delay We restore all suoh cases Th doctor treats wllh unfnlltnc success nil form3 of Rcetnl DlHcntif such aa Iilctr Fltutuln IiMHuit and Uleoru iou of tho Ilowol by a method ot his own discovory without palu or detention ciom business lie guarantees all cases Ksirly Interference la considered tho best of judgment In all cases aud saves time money and hnalth Tho snecois attained In the treatment ot tho caso3 which ho makes his specialty Is truly phenomenal Womlerltil Cares havo boon oflootod lu old and dldoult cases which havo baffled the oflortHuf nllothore As his rooms am usually crowdod it Is bettor to call early In tho day to avoid balng dtayod Pontons consulting him should bring from two to four ounces ot tholr urine In a cloaa botUo for examination Patlonts treated by mall or oxprosi but when posslblo personal consultation Is prefer ablo List of questions sent ou application All Consultations nos Strictly Confidential Corrcspcndoncc and Treatment eont O O D to any purl ot the United MtulHw and Canada Addross with postage for rwfti r u H ibOtrflLrUJ Uor 703 Cincinnati ti n a J i a V Hi i i nj tfJ JLM Mlll f g PITS A TTlfei WW tiTi NECKW EA it Au - a j m naBBiF- - t tA Li li 1 OiJLr Entire Line of TECKS and WINDSORS That Sold for 50c 65c 75c all mmmmm J vruV 4 C3 M it Main street FRANKFORT Our Educational ress Prog Â¬ ieetx COILi3Li AI CRUTCHER STARK Earl Wilson Collar 16 2 3 Cls Each 200 All Linen Collars Two for 25 Cts c Go at SB SLiG f YfJ Fourth Â¬ Jefferson LOUISVILLE Real Estate Agt only to per it beyond cavil and to allow it to and oducation peculiar sons who have nad training in school stand forever unquestioned Columbia Spectator Aug 27 In the future said he tho negro must prove that he is just as capable of true moral and industrial develop- Â¬ ment as he has shown in mental growth Upon these two features morals and industry more than upon mere intellectual development he is to meet either his Austerlitz or his Waterloo Much would depend upon whether Â¬ he could rid himself of his environ- Â¬ ments and rise superior to the adverse circumstances which surround him also whether he could make a place for himself in the business world and maintain it He spoke of the work that had been done in Kentucky and ventured the opinion that if one half the vast sum which had found its way into some of the other States had been expended in Kentucky more progress nnnlH Vinvft hfifin made but as it was the colored people of the State had received their greatest aid from the people of Kentucky themselves and had so improved their opportunities that a greater per cent of colored peoplo in Kontucky could road and nrvJfo fVinTI fllORfi Of HTIV OtllOr OX J M BEATTY Attorney at Law Prof J H Jackson president of the State Normal School for Colored Persons located at Frankfort addressed a large audience at the courtÂ¬ Â¬ Sudden Deaths Progthe subject Our Educational at the 1885 ress He said that in years of freeend of their first twenty dom there were in the United States Colleges Â¬ house Thursday August 20th upon Â¬ M twenty two Universities and with 3799 pupils in attendance405fifty ineight Normal Schools with twenty Â¬ structors and 8390 pupils eight schools of theology with 95 in- Â¬ structors and 905 pupils four schools and 96 of law with 16 instructorsmedicine pupils three schoolB of with 24 indentistry and pharmacy foity sevenÂ¬ structors and 151 pupils secondary schools with 252 instructÂ¬ ors and 9994 pupils Statos As given in the United report Commissioner of Educations colored for 1885 6 the enrollment of pupils in the public schools through Â¬ Alabaout the South is as follows Louisi- ma 90872 Folrida 32410 IX on Missouri 27687 Ten nessee 80888 West Virginia 4607 Arkansas 37568 Georgia 110150 Maryland 32690 North Carolina Delaware Texas 55160 112941 4226 kontucky 31832 Mississippi 99565 South Carolina 149373 Virginia 109108 District oi Colum- Â¬ bia 9486 making a total enrollment of nearly 1086000 pupils taught by nearly 20000 teachers in 19712 pub lic schools According to the census report of 1890 31 per cent of the colored adult males in the United States could read and write Including contribution from Northby ern friends and appropriations es Southern taxation it has boon of the timated that sinco the close war more than 50000000 have been spent for colored education and States the that in all the Southern and colored per capita for the white child is now praotically equal no one Ho said that ho thought conversant with the facts upon which made by is predicted the progress years can the colored race in 20 highost in- Â¬ doubt its ability for the tellectual development nor deny such the fact that it has made just indi Â¬ growth as the census report cates In those High Schools Colleges solution of prob Â¬ and Universities demonstrations In lems in algebra geometry and translations of classlo re authors may bo hoard that would the of upon the fleet oretlltinaHHiHmm studentscountry j- v- rvrri nf our in whoso veins flow the pure blood of the angjo saxon years then the no- In twenty five flin world that he Is cimim in capable of the vox y highost mental development and it is pleasing to know that thifa faot was so well founded in tho pubno mum as w jmw Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Heart disease is by far the most frequent cause of sudden death which in three out of four cases is The symptoms are unsuspected not generally understood These are a habit of lying on the right side short breath palp or distress in side back or shoulder irregular pulse asthma weak and hungry spells wind In stomach swelling jof ankles or dropsy oppression dry cough and Dr Miles illustrated smothering book on Heart Disease free at J W Gayles who sells and guaranteesDr Miles unequalod New Heart Cure and his Restorative Norvine which cures nervousness headache sleeplessness effects of drinking etc It 3 contains no opiates LEE CO IN LEE BREATHITT WOLFE PRACTICES Clay and other Powell counties BEATTYVILLE Sept 5 tt NOTICE REUBEN SANDERS Plaintiff vimarra SANDERS C Defendants GILFORD The creditors of Leannah Sanders deceased Shortest and quickest between AND FRAIIHFOET Franklin Circit Court Only direct line between Frankfort Georgetown and Paris Car 1 Vd are hereby notified to presentthelr claims to me as required by law on or botore the 15th Sroven October 1891 W n POSEY Commissioner F ft C Sept 6 4t ii nsie ASK FOR ti ays7ine n niti n uyniniana moutb and Covington TICKETS VIA KY MIDLAND i Â¬ oE3eNewport News - OLD KENTUCKY ROUTE E D mm huh si GENifliL TlUiS TAUJUJe A M MAX 17 A mim LOW 1 time- - Educational Mississippi Valley Co Ml 1 M pm No 7 Mixed 12 25 12 43 1 07 SlaVO io State Ho thought this due to the fact u that the Kentucky negro is blackmuwi of superior to his brother in ripo nnrl onttan nlantation fame in intellectual physical development capacity industrial superiority mor al worcn ana bswiqwu uibte iw mo xa 14 ton is to tho Gelt Ho said there aro in Kontucky 1200 colored teachers 1000 school buildings 42528 pupils n ntfnnrinnnn mid with an illiteracy reduced to 65 per cent and a per capita 01 SiJao Ho spoke of tho many schools for tlinliifrVim nrl II nation Of tllO Colored people in Kontuoky and among oth ers wore menuonuu uuruu junt tho State University the Colored High School of Louisville and the Stato Normal Sohool at Frankfort this sohool being a gift from the peo- Â¬ ple of Kontucky to educate colored teachers for the common sohools of tho Stato The Federal Government also appropriates more than 2000 annu- Â¬ ally in addition to tho appropriation of 3000 by tho Stato of Kontuoky lor tho purpose of teaching industrial pursuits to thoso who take a Normal nnmaa His address which took the time of over an hour In delivery was full of miornuiwuii statistical valuable historical faots and praotical sugges Â¬ tions gathered aB it has boon from rollablo sources is a compendium of valuable Information to all porsonsÂ¬ interested in tho condition and gen eral progress of education among tho colored pooplo of tho South Ills business hero was to oonduottho teachers institute for tho colored toaohors of this county and as wo are informed mado a good impression upon all who hoard him His wlfo was with him to assist in his work and she appeared to bo naturally in Â¬ telligent with nn air of refinement The annual Teachers Institute of Washington Philadelphia Franklin county will convene in the Now York Baltimore city school building in Frankfort on Old Point and the Sea Shore Monday September 28th 1891 at 10 a m on which occasion the followAND ALL EASTERN CITIES ing will bo tho IN ErFEOr WAY 18 1891 Â¬ TRAINS EAST Lv Frankfort G NO 80 41 5 Pass 0 45 5 68 GOG 6 4J 7 03 7 24 No 3 Fuss PROGRAMME Ar Georgetown Lv Georgtn via Stamp Grod Q Swltzer Elkiiorn 400 WN G21 G45 7 4 12 4 20 4 33 500 5 21 7 147 3 0G GOO Primary Olasses J B Inglos Advanced Spelling R H Graham Miss Lucy Advanced Reading Pattie Ponmanship R W Porter Miss Maggie Language Lesson Grammar Miss Lizzie Hahn and John 0 Porter Composition Garrett Rood Arithmetic Miss Leonna Jott and W W Porter Physiology G T Graham United States HiBtory Miss Mollio Hoover Miss Nellie Kontucky History Innes Geography MIsb Hannah Innes Civil Government S A Hulotto Thoory and Praotico Albert Wil liams Trustees Hour Sohool Laws County Superintendent Prof R H Oarothors will conduot Â¬ EAST BOUND FttB t Limited Lexington Lve Winchester Mt Sterling Arr Aeni Express Dally Mai ex Sim 11111 Dully 785am 0 15pm 5 45pm 8 2 Jam 7 00pm 7 Onin b 52ani 730pm 7 5pm lOCOpni Accin Dully Ex bun 11 40am 0 Ar Cincinnati 725 10 16 7 25 7 40 7 50 8 10 25 1015 G60 7 05 7 15 82 1280im 1 05pm Lv Georgetown Newtown Centrovllle Ar Paris Covington Ar Cincinnati Lv Pails via K C Ar Muysvtlle Lv Paris via KC 011e HlllLvo 10 40 im J 03pm 1215pm 1030pm Ashlund 1223pm 1043pm Uattlottsburg Huntington Arr 1260lll n U7 pin WEST BOUND Arr DAILY 045UI11 LvParlsvluKO Carlisle 8 45am I 03am U 25am 7 85 7 63 10 44 10 50 5 1J 4 80 6 48 605 2 2 2 3 05 25 45 15 4 25 0 37 G45 TTW 8 43 10 10 5 48 G25 7 65 6 48 G 16 7 20 M DAILY Huntington Lve CuttiettHDurjj Ashland Olive Hill Arr 8 55pm Ex Sun MtBterllngLve 10 27am 482pm 025am 1 20pm 1 55pm 11 15am 4581111 715um Inchoster Lexington Arr l205pm 530pm 051111 2 45pm ruilH LXPltMS LIMITED VKSTIBULKD dnllyand has Vestlbulod Pullman Bulfet Sleep Â¬ ers between LouUvlllo Loxlnitton Washington New York und Old Point Comfort This train 1 of tho celebrated Is mado 1 20pm JOOam 025am lSJpm 03 in 150pm 2 in 303pm 400um G 710pm 085pm 57pm Winchester 1127 12 10 85 I Ar Richmond A M A p m TRAINS WEST A illl M1 NoO No 2 No 4 No 8 iNfllJr Sun russ lass MIX MlvA Only train train train train MI i Lv Rloljmond via K j WlnohflKtor 2JH the Institute Institute Feo 150 Ro unlon Monday Teachers 730 p m at County Superintendent Route runs dally between Make direct Lexington and Huntington At connections at Huntington with C fc O ABhland with 8 V Ry At Winchester with K It It north undBouth bound and nt Lexing- Â¬ 0 T P Itufl ton with L Jc N L S and 0 N O East ot Huntington on FAST MAIL TRAINS O etho0 V Paris LvMaysvlllo K o Carllslo 0 10 7 15 7 48 6 20 0 60 7 40 105 1 68 2 83 3 20 via 160 410 Ar Purls Lv Cincinnati via K C Covington Ar Paris Lv Paris Newtown Ar Georgetown Ly Clnclrnatlvla - 2 20 2 20 5 87 roaus Centrevllle 100 9 0 DO NOT SUFFER ANY LONGER lUVfWTIIM 1KIII lllllM Mil I ACIlltMAIII dally except Sunday Connects at DATION ut O AC Winchester to and frpm K 0 Points and Ky N It It for Louisville Lexington with L Ar Georgetown DATION runs dally except Sunday and makes direct connection at Winchester to and from Mlddlesborough and Richmond and at Lex ington with L 8 Ry for Louisville Vnr fnlHirnriiiif llll In rnirnril tn ItiltHH HailtOH o upply to any Agent of this or connecting line or to 0 L Brown II E huntinoton Oon Puss Agent VPandO M LEXINGTON W BAiiNur G A 145 7 20 80 8 80 8 60 002 0 20 0 89 0 49 4 80 6 00 10 02 704 510 6 40 Knowing that a cough can bo nVsini nr1 In a rlnv nnd the first etacOB of consumption broken In a wook we hereby guarantee Dr Aokora En glish Cough Remedy and will refund the money to all who buy tako it aa por dlreotlons and do not find our statement oorrect J W Gayle DrugglBt 0 Â¬ LEXINGTON AND MT STEULINQ ACCOMMO 00 7 on 4 00 1002 1002 7 04 10 02 10 02 7 00 I 0 45 L Georgetown Stamp Grod 10 21 10 24 7 81 7 24 10 88 10 88 7 4T 7 60 Switzer 8 10 10 40 10 40 7 65 Elkhorn 11 00 11 001 8 10 I R 40 Ar Frankfort Nos 1 2 7 8 and 12 dally excopt Sunday 8 and 4 dally Nos 6 and 0 Sundays only Nos Lexington Ky GA KY W 8 HAim ibon Kjr Ashland GEO B HARPER Gen Superintendent VERNON0LARK General Passenger Agont CLAUDE BOWLS City Ticket Agent KY GENERAL OFFICES FRANKFORT