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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fHSJ The Prankfoet Komdabout CKEO p A A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS KY SEPTEMBER 18S9 TERMS 100 In Advance Volume XV at FRANKFORT Highest of all In leavening Power 26 1891 Number 3 TO MY VXFE SKPTKJlDKn 19TII 1871- - 891 TU twenty ycnrs nito to day Since wo joined lmnda for life Whon on thnt fnlr September morn I first tlmo callod you wife Ah how my hourt boats nt tho thought How llttlo then I knw That wlionI took you for yourself A priceless prlzo I dtotv not then how deep the lovo Tho after years would bring How In our hearts then fresh and young Most perfect trust would spring Weve soon around us on 1 fos sea So many others fall While you and I In childish faith Have weathorod every galo Pi And tho from storms weve not escaped Nor trials passod us by Weve turned from darkest clouds with hope To find a brighter sky And now elnco twonly years havo ited wo are seven instead or iwo These brlgbt oyod ones from God a gift xney maKo our uuruens row So as adowu lifes p ith wa go When age comos on apaco When time has phicod Its marks upon Your loving- kindly face Tho others say youto wrinkled old Your step bo feeblo slow To me you are the same girl wife As twenty years ago September 19th 1891 I know DJ O U S Govt Report Aug Baking Excursion Sept 28U1 R K McClure 0 ur 2Tall cuatf Slzvfcer Stocks of ABSOLUTELY PURE to Cincinnati Boots Shoes Hats Books 29U1 t A gp - Husbands Mistake Husbands too often permit wives una paronto tnoir cnuaion to saner item neauacno aizziness neuralgia aleepleBsness fits nervouBnoss when by the use of Dr Miles Restorative Iservino such sorioua results could easily bo prevented Druggists every- Â¬ where say it gives universal satisfac lion and hs an immense sale Wood Oo of Ft Wayne Ind worth Snow Co of Syracuse N Y J 0 and hundreds Hillsdale Mic Wolf s they ever 5 know It contains no opiates j riai ooroies ana unu uous on nervous Diseases free at Knowing that a cough can b oheokod in a day and the first stages of consumption broken in a week we hereby guaranteo Dr Ackers En glish Cough Romedy and will refund the money to all who buy tako it as Reduced Rates on Q per directions and do not find our statement correct Reduced rates have been granted 0 J W Gaylb Druggist on the certificate plan by tho Queen Orescent Route for tho following occasions Information can be ob- Â¬ W L Coppersmith the jeweler tained on application to Ticket does tho best of work at moderate Agent Call and see 234 St Clair prices Ministerial Oounoil and Institute of street 45 ly Seventh Day Adventists Austell Ga Soptember 11th to October 12th W L Coppersmith dont send Methodist Ecumenical Conference work to other cities but does all Washington D 0 October 7th to that is instrusted to him in his 21st building 234 St Clair street 45 ly Â¬ to tho faot that tho place is mortgagod to tho tune of nearly 2000 and there is seemingly no prospect of raising that amount Cold Molasses Miss Prues colt with- Â¬ out her knowledge is ontered for a raco at ihe county fair wins the race the owner in consequence secures 3000 which ia moro than is needed to pay off tho mortaqo and all hands are made happy There arei numer- Â¬ ous characters woven into this plot and tho oharm of rural life is said to be as well reproduced as in Denman Thompsons play The company is a good one and the piece will be com- Â¬ pletely mounted The machinery for the race scene itself is costly and elaborato although tho audience will see nothing pf its workings Children Cry for Pitchers Castori four-year-o- ld servos as tho scene of this story Life thoro is tranquil and happy but is withal juBt a little clouded owing and c is now full and complete and we guarantee prices as low as can Oheap excursion rates oh Queen Crescent route as follows to the in- Â¬ Barnum show at Cincinnati cluding Georgetown admission 320 Kinkaid 305 Saohevillo 265 Hinton 2 45 Corinth 225 Mason 210 Williamstown 190 Dry Ridge 180 165 Crittenden Sherman 150 Bracht 135 Wotton 125 Riohwood 105 Dixon 95 cents W L Coppersmith the jeweler is the leading repairer in tho oity 234 45 ly St Clair street m 11 1 be bought anywhere 3S2 -- wlH - a Ikans IES3p texjuy bia37- - DO NOT SUFFER ANV LONGER jBoot vHtnole Stoclc C 125 Thrill 100 will -- a ZBosrs DBoot a STcrafas Boot And Other Goods In Proportion J W Gaylbs K s j itijuua iu am uuu wwut parison w ju uoppersmicn cnauenges coin- Â¬ in workmanship on any vjiuii o ai ot iy Franklin Dell one day this week Mrs H Stogdon visited her parents G TTJXT JL MTJEC I TI O H Hardware and Cutlery V- - i SCHOOL BOOKS OO AD j- - f j2sTJD Mr George Roberts visited Shelby ville last Monday Quite an enjoyable dance was given At the residence of Mr Jim Riddles last Monday night It was a Dance All night till broad day light To patrons of Franklin Dell Public School There will be no sohool for the week beginning September 28 And closing October 3 1801 on ac- Â¬ count of the Teachers Institute The protracted meeting at Benson closed last Sunday night after a con- Â¬ tinuation of two weeks Tho efforts of tho preachers were rewarded by six additions to tho church THAT TERRIBLE COUGH The meeting was regularly attend diffloult ed and Bros Head and Honsleyfl In tho morning hurried or tightness breathing raising phlegm work has been felt and will do good in tho ohest quickened pulse ohill throughout tho community ness in the evening or sweats at night all or any of these things aro OUR VERY BEST PEO the first stages of consumption Dr H Aokors English Cough Romedy mill euro these fearful symptoms and is Confirm our statement when we say sold ttorftfve guaranteo by that Dr Aokors English Remedy is 9 undera J W QAYXiX Druggist In overv wav superior to anv and all Kt other preparations for tho Throat and Lunora In Whonninir flniifrh and Harvest Excursion Oroup it is magic and relieves at onco We offer you a sample bottle TheL E St L O Railroad will free Remember this Remedy is sold sell round trip tickets to points in guarantee tho West North west and South- Â¬ W on a positive 9 n J7 W Gaylb Druggist west at exceedingly lbw figures Sept 15th and 20th Tickets will be good to return 30 days from date of sale County Fair and stop over privileges will bo granted Call for tickets via Louis- Â¬ To night tho St Louis Air Lino or ut County Fair which has so far ville Willard General Agent address LL1 corner PA rivalled The Old Homostoad in Main and 3d streets Louisville Ky Now York and tho East will bQ pre Â¬ sented hero for the first timo at tho Opera Houbo For many years Neil Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria UurgosB boliovod ho had a fortune In a patent arrangement lor representing a For Rent Tho two story brick horse raco on tho stago lie worked rnnirlnnnn nn Wnfthlnfrtnn nhrnfif it for a long tlmo with ono horso known with groat success but it is only a Parsonageas tho First Presbyterian Possession given a couple of years ago ho managed to 1st Apply to H H Watson or April JW elaborato it so as to suit any number Pruott 27 tf of horses It is now complete and it has boon a prominent feature of W L Coppersmith makes a Tho County Fair in whioh a horso Resetting raco is run with every appearance of spooialty of fino work Clair street realism ovon to tho ohanging scone diamonds eto 234 St 45 ly ia all of ItThenotCounty tho play ahowever w Fair is homoly pioturo of life full of fun and charac Â¬ For tlic Fall Celebration ter Tho central part is Abigail True whioh Mr Burgess plays and Tho L N will soil round trip tSAl whioh will bo taken hero by Mario tickets to LouisviUlo at ono faro Bates a capable aotross Tho story Septomber 20th and 30th and for is simple ploasant and probable morning trains of Ootobor 1st limit Â¬ glimpso an a pro Â¬ ed to Ootobor 5th on account Louis- Â¬ Itfurnlshos a longed ono of rural life Miss ville Fall Celebration Abigail Prue is prim prudish and W W Alexander Agont 2raotioal and it is her homo that Publishers Wholesale PRICES CRAY CHURCH -- R K MCLURE JaOSXIXX Jtz5XOS B-ULg-gfio- fIE jDctnriristgfoss s r Phaetons Road Carts aocl Haigrlxt Wagons 3uLrreyss in 1 is th e place for MB 111 Hm O o tJ H nPHfi Pitt mn m 1 CO CD a 3 ZJ pi styles of hand made Harness Saddles Buggy Dusters Fly Nets Horse Boots and other Turf Goods f I Personal CHAINED Â¬ Yi l Mr Jud Brislnn and brido roturnod from thoir trip on Saturday Mr W L Oopporsmith Is qulto ill Mr E P tSryan Superintendent of Terminal Facili- Â¬ at his homo on St Olair stroot N ties of L H Nowman loft Monday Mrs P for Oinoinnati to visit relatives System SHILOHS CATARRH REMEDY A marvolous euro for Catarrh Prof E A Follmor and Ool Ed 0 Diphtheria Gankor mouth ana Wont spent Saturday in Oinoinnati Coritcrccl by the Employes Headaoho With each bottloforthoro is an ingenious nasal Injector Miss Luoy Thomas of Lebanon is tho of the Itoncl in more successful treatment cf those for tho guest of Miss Cordelia Lindsoy and complaints without extra charge City Tills Miss Laura Koarns of Covington Price BOo Sold by J W Gayle 37 GtutorlaUBOTroIl adapted to children that CMtorl euros Colic Constipation is tho guest of Miss Maggie Dudley Bour Stomach Diaithooa Eructation I recommend Itai euporior to any prescription Evor sinco Mr Ed P Bryan for500 pieces of fall and wintor ging Kllla Worms gives Bleep and promotes dt Ool J Stoddard Johnston of Louisknown to mo1 II A Archie II D N Railroad ham armenia sorgos and4 outing merly agent of tho L Without injurious medication Ill So Oxford St Brooklyn N T ville was in tho city on Wednesday in this oity was promoted to tho po- oloth at tho very lowest price 2 tf WEITZKL ODONNELL Mrs Wm M Bocknor of Winches sition of Superintendent ojf Termi Â¬ For several years I havo rooommendod g Tho two of Castoria Is bo universal and its merits bo well known that it scorns a work your Castoria and shall always continue to tor is stopping at the Capital Hotel nal Facilities tho employes of tho Excursion to Paris Ky of supererogation to endorse it Fov are tbo do so as it has Invariably produced bonoflda results N in this city havo beon laying intelligent families who do not keop Castoria Miss Kate Green loaves this week L within coor reach Edwin F PinDira M D Cheap rates via Queen Oresent for Louisville to visit Miss Ellon Har Â¬ for him with tho intention of evening Cahlos Marttm DD Tho Winthrop 183th Stroot and 7th Am New York Cltr up matters for tho past good treat Â¬ route andLouisvillo Southern R R ris Now York City Lato Fastor Bloomincdalo Reformed Church Miss May Popper loft Monday for ment received at his hands but nov from coupon stations in Kentucky Tickets good Tax Ckntauk Coupxkt 77 Muhiuy Strbut New Yobk Now York where she will attend or succeeded in getting a fair chance Sept 30th to Oct 3d at him until yesterday He was in- Â¬ for return until Qpt 6th account school duced to run up hero on tho morn Colored Fair Miss Rose Stewart leaves next week ing train and a short time after ho for Louisville to visit Mrs W L arrived ho was invited into the office Going to Louisville Rodman of Mr E J Parkor at tho depot As Oapt J N Abraham has moro Mrs Geo Baldrick after spending whore wore gathered tho agent the past month in this city with her clerks tolograph operators conduc- time in Louisville than any where parents left Monday for her homo in tor and yard crow and freight hand- Â¬ olso along tho liver he has concluded to removo his family to that city Lebanon lers together with soveral outsiders They will go in about two weeks Miss Hallio Horndon of this city As soon as ho came in Mr F L and Hon W L Vorheos and wife will is the guest of Mrs Harriott Page of OraiTt as the representative of those accompany thom present stopped forward and ad Â¬ Covington My millinery department will bo in Miss Jessio Calmes left Thursday dressed Mr Bryan as follows J3RYAN 1 am delegated to charge of a first class milliner and MR morning for a visit to friends in pei form a pleasant duty thjB morn- Â¬ will begin Monday taking orders for Lexington ing After filling the position of fall hats Wm ODqnnell Mrs S 0 Sayres has returned from agent at Frankfort for over twenty 3 To clean tombstones To renew oil cloth 1 o renovate paint To brighten metals a visit to her daughter Mrs J F one years you wore transferred to To polish knives higher and more responsible duties To scrub floors To wash out sinks To scour bath tuba Meek in St Louis To clean dlshas N system We the em- Â¬ on tho L To whiten marblo To removo rust To scour kottlos The Anniversary N at Frankfort Miss Alice Buford left Wednesday ployes of tho L EVERYBODY USES IT subordinates were loth to visit relatives in Paducah Calvert your iormer up Saturday and Sunday was the twen- DtntltU to clean false tetth Engineers to clotn parti of mnchlnei nouiemalds to scrub marbls floors but we wore com- Â¬ to give you Burgeons to pollth thelrtnitmmenti Oity and Smithland Wnliters to renovate old chapeli Chemists to remove some stains ty eighth anniversary of the battle pelled regretiully to submit to tho Confectioners to scour their pans Sextons to clean the tombstones Carvers to sharpen their knives Uochanlcs to brlghttn their tools Mr J M Wakefield who went to inevitable and Bee you go trom ub Â¬ of Chickamauga ono of the hardest notion on brasses and whlto horses Bhrewd ones to scour old straw hat Cooks to clean tho kitchen sink Wo have called you here this mornArtists to clean their palattes Soldiers to brighten their arms The on business Saturday ing to again take you by the hand fought battles of the late war Beattyville Painters to clean off surfaces Wheelman to clean tlcjcles tveoovatora to clean carpets aye more than that We desire in a dates occured on the same days of returned Tuesday last EVERY ONE FINDS A NEW USE more substantial way to express the tho week and month that the battle Mrs George W Reock and son love and esteem in which you have was fought Saturday and Sunday Master Franklyn Loyd are visiting always been held by us We shall September 19th and 20th 1863 i m m 1 MftFiVsitYiiTra RkV A iVLwl borough Practical Instruction Grndu- relatives in Oinoinnati ever remember your kindness and m forbearance toward us and in order Squire Pat McDonald and son Mr Half Fare to St Louis you may have a slight memento Bryant Stratton Business College Pat McDonald jr left Wednesday thatthat confidence and esteem in of LOU1RVII P tfV Excursion tickets at one fare for you are held as a true gentle- Â¬ evening for a trip to Chicago which man and kind friend we present you the round trip will be sold by Agents Mr John Miles has returned home with this charm and chain oi tho queen Orescent route at after quite an extended trip through There is a tide in tho affairs of coupon stations in Kentucky and men which if taken at the flood Tennessee Also the Eastern part of the State by all Agents of tho We hope and on to fortune Mrs R M Aldridge and Miss Mary leads that in the recent change to Louisville Southern R R on Oct 4 to trust Dudley Gray will be home in a few other and higher duties you are 9 good for return until Oct 12th ac abreast of the tide that will lead you count the Veiled Prophets Proces days from Petoskey Michigan on to the goal of your ambition We G Henderson returned heartily wiBh you and yours contin- Â¬ sion Rev H yesterday morning from a trip to ued prosperity to tho end of life Me wears tlie Medal when we pray that God will give you Atlanta and Talapoosa Georgia eternal peace at His right hand Mrs Sarah Watson of this city is upon receiving the Mr George W Bush of this city Mr Bryan quite ill at the residence of Mr Lucas chain and charm in fitting language agent of the Singer Manufacturing Brodhead near Spring Station returned thanks for tho beautiful Company having sold more sewing Mr Harry R Bush of Louisville present and the expression of kindly machines manufactured by his com- Â¬ --uBasEniEnt of Capital Hotelwho has been visiting Mr R P Pep Â¬ feeling for him it conveyed He said pany than any other agent ho has per jr left Tuesday for Lexington he had never been ambitious and been awarded a handsome gold med Â¬ Tlicy will fill this space with an entirelynew advertisement in Miss Marguerite Lindley has re valued more highly the good opinion al for his service over all the agents short time turned ana opened ner mil class m of those whose lot it was to serve un of the company in three States who physical culture at the Athletic Club der him than any position and tho were contestants for tho prize Mr rooms present occasion was an extremoly Bush is justly proud of his prize Franklin County Farm For KENTUCKY UNION CO RAILWAY Mrs S M Pryor and Miss Lizzie happy event in his life which would which is a very handsome one Pryor of Bourbon county are visit- Â¬ ever be remembered with pleas- Â¬ Sale TIME CARD All the very latest styles in dress ing Mr Wm Pryor on Clinton ure He thanked the employes trimming at low prices to courtesy street for their uniform 2 tf WEITZEL ODONNELL 1890v offer as tho Dr privatfly the the years they Wrfarm known for sale Win Morris farm effective december 2ist Messrs D W Lindsey jr and him during Containing 383 acre more or less situated six He Wont Approve one of going east miles from trunkfort on theFeaks Mill turnpike Mason Barrett left Monday evening were associated together ono mile from said turnpike on prlv road It 3 00 p m for Princeton New Jersey to attend them Mr Dan Oallihan he found Adjutant General Gross has declined Is known ns ono of the best farms Initethe county Leave Lexington 4 HO p m here when he came and assured them to approve of havlnc now Leave Winchester and Is In u good 4 51 p in College Leave many of the acoounts one hundred andstate cultivation corn twenty Arrive Cluy city 1olnt nlxty uens In 0 25 p in they should always havo a warm Lumber In crass 30 p in for supplies furnished the Second acres In tobacco tho temalnder containing and Arrive Three Forks Miss Lilly Bush of Louisville who place in his affection Ho concluded A Rood dwelling house woodland six 11 30 a ra rooms servants rooms In jnrd an Ice house two Leave Three Forks has been visiting the Misses Ohinn by inviting all present to go with Regiment during their encampment tobneco barns stablo and other necessary out Arrive Klkatuwa 125 p m for on Wapping street returned home him to tho Capital Hotel and take at Lake Park last month The pur Â¬ buildings An abundance of water good house apple hold use and stock the year round A GOING WEST Wednesday lias tnreo something which invitation was chases wore made by Quartermaster orch rdtts well us other fruit trees price made Letvo Elkntnwn 835 a ra tenement houses Terms nnd Howard Gaines and the accounts known on application to Miss Lmma Morris at Arrive Three Forks 1030 a nt Mrs Chas R Gresham left Thurs Â¬ accepted and the party broke up 0 00 a m Leave Threo Forks were approved by Ool Gaither but Frankfort29 Post Ofllce The watoh chain is a heavy gold Aug 8m 0 05 a n day for a viBit to relatives in Goggins Arrive Luniber Point 7 37 a m Arrive Clay City one the links beautifully chased and General Gross claims that they ex- Â¬ villo Georgia accompanied by Miss b 80 a rn Arrlvo Winchester As the 9 30 a in TIME TABLE tho charm is a locket with a horse ceeded thoir authority Arrive Lexington Maggie Rogers shoe upon ono side set with dia- Â¬ parties who are the losers by tho de- Â¬ Tho following time tnblo is now in Connections made at Lumber Point with Mr Robert Phythian left Saturday monds Upon the reverse side of tho cision of the Adjutant General do e float upon tho L fc N road steamer for Deuttjvllle Elkatawa In nearest for Cleveland Ohio where he haB not propose to submit to any suoh station to Jackson Ky Trnlns between Three TBAIN8 AVEflT locket is the following inscription Forks and Lexington run dally between Three secured a position in the office of the treatment several law suits may be No231onvoBFrankfort dally bunday excepted 5C0 n m Forks and Elkatawa MURPHY E P BRYAN JL Co Big Four Railroad the result No 17 leavet Frankfort 985 n ra PROM General Passenger Agent No 21 leaves Frankfort 800 p m Miss Bottle Grant of Louisville Employes of Frankfort Ky No 19 loaves Frankfort 700 p ra Coat Jackets who has been visiting relatives here September 1 1891 TBAINB EAST for several weoks returned home Buy them early and you will havo No 18 loaves Frankfort 1020 n m Thursday afternoon The quick ana direct route trom Answer This Question the first choice out of tho stock Ut No 20 loaves Frankfort 451 p ra prices that will astonish you at U15 p in No 22 leaves Frankfort Dr T F Bliss of Springfield Ohio iDmsiLE texisj No 24 arrivos Frankfort 185 p m Ed Harris Why do so many people we see the eminent occulist and aurist will around us seem to prefer to suffer Nos 28 and 21 still oonnoot for Oinoin Â¬ visit the family of Col 0 E Hogo and be made miserable by IndigesOu bundled and Ofty mllea Secured Quarters nati but 21 no longer connects for Sliol tion Constipation Dizziness Loss of No 28 still makes Shulbyvillo byvillo near this city next week Appetite Coming up of the Food SHORTEST TO LITTLE BOOK Tho Kontuoky Buggy and Harness connection Mrs Albert Hollencamp of Lox Yellow Skin when for 75o wo will Company EPBRYAN have rented a portion of guaran Â¬ And tha only rwrta Agont iugton who has been visiting rela- Â¬ sell them Shilohs Vitalizer teed to cure them Sold by J W tho South warehouse building on tives in this city for tho past month Gayld 37 East Broadway whoro thoy will Without Change of Cars m returned homo on Monday shortly begin operations A black Â¬ A Handsome Testimonial smith shop is being If you are going to emigrate to ereoted at tho Miss Blanch Wilson of Aberdeen TEACHER OF MUSIC FOR west end of tho building on part of Â¬ Ohio who has been visiting her sis Sherman Dallas Fort Worth Mr W W Aloxandor tho now tho Butlor lbt and tho floor space of ter Miss Maud Wilson in this city agent of tho L N Railroad in this tho warohouso will bo used for tho Austin Houstin left Monday for Oinoinnati oity was prosontod with a handsome wood work paint and harness shops This li the Mr Walter Franklin is visiting gold watoh by numerous friends at Messrs O It Instructions given on cither instrument Orutohor and Boo his son Mr Robt B Franklin at his old homo in Hopkinsvillo when Frazior will manago tho busi practically and thoroughly AND J1KST HOUTE CHEAPEST Boattyvillo and angling for bass in ho loft that oity to tako ohargo of tho ness of tho company and will No ohanKP of car to FOR tho waters of tho upper Kontuoky L N oflico hero havo tho ware rooms for tho ex- Â¬ M0NTG0MEBY MOBILE MEMPHIS river hibition of now work at thoir prosont New Coal Firm AID NEW ORLEANS Itov Wm MoEwan of Wilmington plaoo of business on St Olair stroot Delaware and Mr Dudley Watson Apply at furthor Information mMrcai for Ladios missos Messrs J II Told and Eugene M rlAtinia nil atrran and ohildrons un- Newark New Joraoy who havo boon nfc Ia rskt IUWUDU C F ATMORE OP TA uwiwiiu uu Diua uw uuu vujr 1tntAnt 228 MAIN STREET Williams havo formed a partnership prloo visiting relatives hero loft for home LOOiaVILtK KRNTUOaT I Tuesday in tho coal business and will havo 2 tf WBITZHL ODONNELL 10 lm Sept flvo barges of tho best grades hero in a fow days from Oinoinnati They will use Salondors wharf for unload ing thoir bargOB and will havo an of floo at tho grocory of Mr II R Wil- Â¬ liams corner of BVldgo and Second stroots Infants Children Â¬ Â¬ KttB Â¬ 1 j I ml Â¬ V Â¬ JIm HERE ARE MANY USES FOR - MJ jFtrJ 11 J 4 i M a 1 t45f V1 m 3 HfrnmFtWii JACOB SWIGJERTCO I IVnHHMM MSMffiiSrwS if 3 h w A T5 t vV Have Removed From the Batzell Building OlsT MI3ST H101 MD 102 STSEEI TO ANN STREETS - the G Â¬ Â¬ LOJisMEiissCTiTuIiri ti inu m Â¬ PROFrSiGNOnHlTZ Violin and Piano Â¬ Tuition and Hours 4 I Vfl fcV rat JHHCTaW MH BE NORFOLK Aug 20 4m 3 OYSTERS 1st linifiilijiiai sWILL RECEIVE THE FIRST OF THE SEASON ON SEPTEMBER J HEENEY SOUTH SIDE GROCER Consumption Cure fVin 0 Hot and dry Do you know that a little cough Is a dangerous Wheat sowing has begun thing i Aro you awaro that it often fastens on tho lungs and far too often runs into Consumption and Hogs are being penned ends in Death People suffering from Asthma 3 Â¬ Oapt Steolo was not hero last Bronchitis Pneumonia and Consumption will all 2 Â¬ Thursday S tell you tliat ty 1 mm Leo Owen has as good a half mile j ITQTlDTCniiflTU us j Mimn track as there is in tho country has a iuw uuwn io train m Can you afford to neglect it Can vou triflo Mr Jas Spicer of Switzer will Jg JPSrfSS3Bai with so serious a matter Aro you aware that manipulate the shears and yard stick at tho mammoth hereafter Colds and Consumption is beyond question tho trreatest of nil U for Coughs Two of our enterprising young g Modern Remedies It will stop a Cough in one night Announcement Extraordi- - jacklegs havo a contract in Frank- Â¬ j a day It will prevent Cioup relieve Asthma and cure It will check aifCold in I Consumption taken nary fort with Frankfort Carriage A 25 cent bottle may T Har Â¬ iSiST0n YUm afford t0 bo Wltfcu save youB H ness Co Heros to you Rip tfa nnvv nfnrn nf Wm HtDnnnnll Rum Thn vw QRk TT mill Kr nnon TVTrmrlnv flnnf Just rocoived a now line of dress pors uuin yjxj iu hmi mvuuwuy iN uw XOT1Z lor DOOK KOIBIBW MB IIBLIK IB III B IIB BU IBIB liBUBJ B Bl B BIWIB3 B BBiOBn BIUBII BJ fl IIB robes drcBS trimmings and fancy j will keep the finest lino of notions to HiBJU There isnt as much running to goods at Ed Harms I5UU 1UU11U ill llUU UllJ Switzer from this neighborhood as TFor sale 3 a i there usually was why Cazo school is tuck up You can make money by paying H 17nr mnlrlnnr nlnlrlna moo Sonflnlrln your city taxes What has become of Frankforts before Ootobor 13 Vinegar It will pay to use only the long talked of street railway I fear l 4t best For Bale only by The LeCompte tnere are tnose wno want to make too 3 tf 11 Gaylo Co South Side hi much out of tho charter nnd lonvo bm Teachers Institute nothing for the builders and owners of the enterprise Our New Capitol The annual mooting of the County This is not right gentlemen of tho 0 4 giMiwimT luiMai 7111 nnrfnlnlv innlrn tti niflznna nf Teachers Institute will bo held at charter Sell out get out of tho way and give men who want the old town luimtuiu uiiu oui luuiiuiiiii uuuiurv the Public School Building next iChappy but Royal Germetuer will week beginning on Monday morn- Â¬ to prosper a chance jtbrinQ comfort nnd hnrmlnnnn fn Wo see there is going to be a Trot a specifio ing and continuing during the week ing Association in Frankfort because it Now f every home oi scomacn isDiooa kia- men at the head of tne enterprise be jjior any wna Scoflolds pure apple vinegar 5 wise and run your association hon ley or Dowei crouDie uau on unap nan Williams and eet a book free years old is for sale only by The estlv and fiurlv mid not trv no in Pin which Buch men as Rev Sam ijeuompte x uayie uo South Side the davs of tho old fair to niilrn ton 3 tf EuTones Rev J B Hawthorne and much money and not all of you try Gen Longstreet testify to its efficacy to do tno Diggest doss and run Mrs Harris nnd Minn Wnllarmnn the trots as if you were the only one have returned from New York whore who had a say but pull togetherand they have bought the latest Parisian make the trots a success and it will Council Meeting hats bonnets -- and everything con- Â¬ be largely to the benefit of your city Tho and the county and will cause men The counoil met in regular monthly nected with the millinery line announcement of tho opening of who never have thought of raising session Tuesday evening All members mesont exeent Hnnn- - their grand display will be given anything but plugs to turn over a within the near future Ladies wait new leaf and try and raise better oilman Parsons stock In fact a trotting association Thn fnllnwlnnr vnfn Vnm TVTotrri for it 3 or a fair is a stimulus for the stock Iftncnn wnarAnfi raisers or farmers to have good stock gmTo the President and Board of Council- to show and sell Mtfr man ft f thf nifiL nf Tmnhfni4 Passed Us By At No 225 Main street three doors above Mangan GENTLEMEN TJnah I hnrflhv rfltnrn fr Darnells J ivery Stable yyour honorable body without my ap- - Several trains loaded In order to get more space to enlarge our present with Bar- Oil What a Cough j uvui a resolution pasea oy you on num dry goods and Baileys Circus passed through fintfimhfir- 7 1HQ1 nrrlnrlno- Kttinvtu -l wMVUp rr street in South Frankfort to be grad- Â¬ the city yesterday morning on their Will you heed the warning the ed and macadmized I Cannot ap- Â¬ way to Lexington The small boy signal perhaps of the sure approach prove the resolution for thn rnnnnn of that more terrible disease Oon that tho property owners have not was out in force to see the trains SUtnntion Ask vonrnnlf if von rnn afford for the sake of saving 50c to oeen legally notineil and if done by pass through m run tho risk and do nothing for it the city without legal notice the oity We know from experience that EMooma noc couecc irem tne property Was Insured Shilohs Cure will cure your cough Owners Resneofcfullv It never fails This explains why Cone uded to quit the clothing business at once W T rTiTO at Several weeks ago the barn of Mr more than a Million Bottles were tn a Expecting our Mayor pro tem Moses Spicer near Switzer was de- Â¬ sold the past year It relieves croup large fall purchases of dry goods and millinery to arrive here in a few A petition was received from Annie stroyed by fire together with a new and whooping cough at once daysI have therefore rented the above named house to sell out and Mothers do not be without it For wind 7olfs askincr tiermisaion to ornnfc thresher and separator up our entire stock of mens and boys suits engine and lame back side or chest use Shilohs pants dress shirts two frame cottages on the corner of aero ana wmanson streets west other maohmery belonging to Messrs Porous Plaster Sold by J W underwear hats caps etc at 37 Spicer Heaton which was in the Gayle una urantea Ft A netitlon wtin rfinfilvnrl from TTnm barn at the time It twas at first re Â¬ lard Sacra that license be granted ported there was no insurance upon Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria ftthem to operate a livery stable in uwhat is known as the old Mnnblln the barn and contents which was a Mv millinerv fatable at the east end of Broadway mistake as there was insurance to oharge of a firstdenartmont will ho In class milliner teferred the amount of 81500 in the National will begin Monday taking orders and for A netition was renalvofl fVom ft old insurance Co of Hartford and fall hats 3n Link Grooerv Oomtmnv nnlrinrr Wm ODonnell chat their license be transferred to Standard of Missouri and the loss At auction and private sale This sale will commence Saturday Co lobt Ford Referred to - waspaiaon Thursday through tho Sept 12 at 010 clock a m Do not fail to take joenBO committee agency of Mr Ohas F Exunj 9r Mr Staten offered a resolution to iihe followincr effeot Avhioh was ndont The now store of Wm ODonnell End will be open 28 He TjiROM THE NEIGIIBORHOODOFFARMDALi fvln view of the many advantages will keep the Monday Sept on Sunday September liirge bay finest Frankfort lmn of mnHsfno- nrmnf han- - be found in the oitylino of notions to innro with senr on left 6th 1891 aright knee side nnd blind In rlcht eye nnd smnl white star In lore gifits whioh would result from having 3 head Will rny liberal reward for her return or Of this chance to get first class goods at your own price and please aanuiaotones locatea in our midst such Information ns will ennblo me to cet her JJleaolved That we rocommaml thnt W C LUTKEMKIKlt bear in mind this is no humbug nor an advertising catch but a bona 2G lt Sept Cloaks Cloaks Frankfort Ky jur roDroaentativo ana senator ho r fide peremptory and forced muested to havn nn nnt nngonH mi Our line is arriving daily and wo Khorizing the Board ofOouncilmon to will show all tho very latest styles New Blacksmith Shop 3toiupu iium bujpiuu ior not less tnan 2tf Weitzel ODonnell ftve voars all such maniffintnrfnoPwitorprises as will invest ten thous HAVE JUST OPENED A BLACKSMITH j In Ontllult nil Towels tahle linen napkins hosi WE una dollars ormoro in suoh time Til A alinn fnrmarlv audiiiiIoiI iw t ryktitnu v ilAUAIIIUOll UJ UUU A petition was received from G ery and corsets Headquarters at WVJJ nvbUMVII iiorse snoeing una l 3 ft Sarcrent nnsin nfin of Anhmv hi Ed Harris mi niiiiijui juiJlllllllK All work Kuarnnteed JAKE HARRIS KilUams roqueating that the license Sept 19 lm C1I AS JOHNSON oi Auuroy oc wiuiams do transrorred A CHIU9 KILLED CO Towles Armstroncr Roforrod to license committee Another ohild killed by the ubo of WO Rro nnfltlnnnrl opiates given in the form of Soothing E Collins AT Bpr a rebate on license paid for hard- - Byrup Why mothers give their ware nouBO on tne corner of Broad ohlldren suoh deadlypoisonis surpris- Â¬ Every article must and will be sold ftvay and Lewis streets A rebate of ing when they can roliove tho ohild a was miowoa of its peouliar troubles by using Dr Petition was received from Tolin Aokerj Baby Soother Itoontalnsno fealmhubor of the South Side com- - opium or morphine Sold by FRANKLIN CIRCUIT COITRT Diainmg o nuisanoo on his promises 0 J W Gayle Druggist tlqforrod to street committee with JACOJi HAIUEll liC VKiisua In Equity sower to act RlItDKLIi DKUFOltl A oommunicatlon wna vnonlvnrl TYInVIRTUE OF THE JUDGMENT tattn lorn r RENDERED friom the school hoard onnmirHnrr In IS IrlFB WORTH LIVING tliA tlinnhnvA rniiQrt II Itlio nlnn orlclnntnd Iw thn nnunnfl rv Not if you go through the world a will sell at publlosale ut thelimn to hlchest hnU best Dr Aokers Dyspepsia KitabMsh a permanent ward sohool in dyspeptic Tablets are a positive ouro for the tvuv irvnuuiiu Oct 5 1891 HA petition was roooivod from W worst forms of Dyspepsia Indigos tion Flatulonoy and Constipation PFlynn in regard to oortaln pav At the Court houso door In tho city of Frunkfort nontfl in the north and wnntnrn nnrln Guaranteed and sold by KulltllMtV twtwmtll tlm liniirn nf in nlntr fi Intending buyers of 0 J W Gayle Druggist rofrfthe city and 3 oclock p m on a credit of six and twelve FARM bicycles should not jjTho street oomtnittoo will hold a months In equal Installments the following lootincr Mondav nicrht next In rn liriiiiiut prfnln trnnt nf lmwl Irimivn no fail to write to the Til lit tlm Pimiln rd to same fniIIOVII1 D Harnor farm which John m report was received from tlio Is CANT SLEEP NIGHTS resides Ky andononSouth ElkhornNtnvnmn now and Type Writer Companylivni u A In Franklin O15 ACRES LYING ON THE REAK8 812 tho complaint of thousands suffer county sltuatwl 0 inllos from Frankfort and about Iworklioufin nnmmittnn rannmmanrl Mill pike throo miles from Irunkfort Is Consumption lldldlntllL thn farm nf W Miirliliii mul nn W Market street Louisville Kv Kng that a now roof bo placed on tho Ing from Asthma offered for sale at a bargain All of tho placo is acres Coughs etc Did you over try Dr tnlns about 171 ulve bond with coodund bottomland except ten acres i is Purchaser to sufllclont before purchasing their mounts of cultivation Ihere Is a good inn good ofstato wuin iiwuBu ntuuiu uuu u uinau sowor Aoknors English Itomody houio six It is tho HuretbearliiK Interest from date toA hao the some place else juuc on tno premises Adoptod rooms on This company back door theplnco with noer falllmc well ut tho of replevin Hon will IIA vronort was roooivod from tho best preparation known for all Lung force and effect the uproperty bond nnd an everlasting spring on the be reserved on sold until all the can furnish any safety bicvele in A llrst olassorchard aud all necessary out placo Sold on build ibndgo oommittoo reoommonding Troubles and 60o a positive guaran purchase money Is paid tee at 25o W II rOSEY the market and the prices are the lugs in good repair For terms apply to inuw repairs uo mauo on tno l loll 0 Master Commissioner J W GAYLH Druggist 1r IhouHO or bridgo koopoi rshOMBoattho iiimca lowest Sop ia 4t Aug 29 3m Plfiin 1n f JHiilnlifl Tinirnnl minaflnn mnnf peucoossful Cough Medloino wo have ever soia a low uobos invanaDiy oure tne worse oases oi uougn Group and Bronohitis while its won derful success in the ouro of Consumption is without a parallel in the history of medicine Since its first discovery it has been sold on a guarantee a test which no other medioine can stand If you havo a icough we earnestly ask you to try it Price 10c 50o and 1 If your lungs Are sore chest or back lame use Shilohs Porous Plaster Sold by J 37 p TV Gayle -- South ond of tho wooded bridge Grantod Mayor Mangan stated to tho coun- Â¬ oil that cortain parties had made overtures for tho purchase of tho Cove Spring property owned by tho city With a View to using it for manufacturing purposes The mat tor was referred to tho water com mittoo and a special meeting of that body will bo hold next Tuoaday night to determine the best course to pursue in the matter After allowing sundry accounts the counoil adjourned until the next reg- Â¬ ular meeting night Â¬ Jctt mmmmimimamm m mmnutmniittmrntammm mnmmrmmmtim run niaamm WHY DO YOU COUGH ftni n ii uifuiibUfflinHUULUi OR ACKERS ENGLISH C ifc- REMEDY W Aimfinn J J OrStyle I m in ii i Aimtinni i is i ii ii I WINDING UP SALE OP- e Pwuraais3airLgrC3 OTHIlTGand Caps - oods lEaiats - i i Mi IMF OfflM I Hi Sacrificing - cL Prices I 11- Strayed or Stolen r tt antag IE Up Â¬ f 111 w rt Winding Sale FOR SALE SOL HARRIS C ULctioneer Monday ED HARRIS A Â¬ Frunkfort Ky m FRAMFOUT ROUNDABOUT Entered at tho poat onioo at Frankfort Kontucky as second class mailable mattor fiEO A LEWIS FRANKFORT Alitor and Pabllfihor SEPT 20 1891 No Merc Local Affair hold nonr this city on tho 0th 7th and 8th of next month is not going to bo a moro local affair jn which Franklin county horsoa alono will figure but there will bo good movers horo from all parts of tho country Tho purses offered are moro liberal than thoso hung out by old established assooia tions and at the trotting races at Oyn thiana and tho fair at New Albany Indiana last week numerous owners of horses which started at thoso placoB promisod that they should be Entered for our races next month In addition to these numorous en- Â¬ tries have boon promisod from other sections and there is little doubt that when the bell taps calling the horses to tho post at Col Poppers track on the 6th of October all tho races announced for that meeting will be filled with first class trotters and pacers There are plenty of fast trotters in this and adjoining counties and should there bo a lack of entries from remote sections there will bo plenty of looal material to mako each contest spirited and interesting and should the weather prove propi- Â¬ tious some fast records may bo ox pooted The gentlemen having the matter in charge are well known to be hon- Â¬ orable and upright and everyone who brings a horse here can rest assured that ho will receive the fair Â¬ est treatment and no underhand business will be allowed The initial meeting of this new association is bound to bo a success It is being largely and judiciously advertised and there will bo largo crowds to witness each days races trotting mooting of tho Frankfort Trotting Association to bo Tho sj Wi i work Ho says ho has plasterod two Had a New Bcal rooms sinco ho has boon thoro which Last week wo announced that tho shows his right hand has not loBt its magistrates of Montgomery county cunning though Bomowhat shaky had rofusod to submit a proposition Drawing Off tlie Water to tho pooplo of that county to sub 125000 to tho Kontucky scribe Tho wator is being drawn off from Midland Railway for tho purposo of this pool in the Kontucky rivor for aiding that road to build a branch tho purpoBO of repairing a break in road from North Mlddlotown Bour- Â¬ tho sheeting of tho dam at Lock No bon county or Sharpsburg Bath 4 county to Mt Sterling Tho peoplo of Montgomery county Paris Pliilliarnionics Coin woro not willing to see a good thing ins go by without a struggle Tho mag Â¬ istrates were prevailed upon to hold In response to a request numerously another mooting on Tuesday to re Â¬ signed in this city tho Philharmonic consider tho matter Mr V L Society of Paris has consented to Clark was present to represent tho Nor- Â¬ present tho opora Chimes of railroad and chango tho proposition mandy in this city and will fix an from 125000 to 100000 as follows early date for their visit 00d00 when tho road is built to Mt Sterling according to firBt proposi- Â¬ Maids of Honor tion and 40000 when it is completed eight miles MIbs Evelyn Brown daughter of to Clay City or FilBon Gov John Young Brown and above Clay City on tho Kontucky Miss Ruth Stanton have boon Union Tho Court room was crowdappointed maids of honor to tho ed with people anxious to hear tho Queen of the Carnival during tho decision of tho Court and when tho Fall Celebration in Louisville next result was announced 8 to 4 in favor week Tho former to represent the of submission there was groat ap e and the latter to repre Â¬ plause The peoplo will vote upon tho sent this city proposition on tho 12th of October MP Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ State-at-larg- jippfRq S a i Fram for Rent nspfts A1 THE DUDLEY limits ot Frankfort on thft Versailles plkn containing 2Gb acres N for rone from March 1st 1BU2 tto March Ht 1891 Tho pliico Is well nilapted to gpiiprul finning stock ralpliiK mill tobicco growing and has advan Â¬ tages for dnlry und marketing or jnrtlcularo M1 A tlie undersigned ftt Capital Hotel or Frank Chltiii Frankfort Ky Aug 0 tf MARY J DUDLEY KNOWN THE FARM tho city 1 Miicp near E fc G MATTER THEj Will run Botli We were in error in saying in our last issue that Messrs J E JN Abraham having bought the steamer Falls City would only run one boat They in tho Kentucky river trade will put tho City of Olarksville upon tho ways to have some muoh needed repairs made but when she is gotten in good trim will continue both boats in tho river and mako regular trips Go to Excursion LrOiiisville Clieap o Miserable Rot The papers throughout the State are doing a great deal of talking about the Governor not being able to get good lawyers to revise the Stat- Â¬ utes so as to conform to the new Con- Â¬ stitution at a salary of ten dollars per day which is the veriest rot In view of the fact that very few lawyers make that much practicing their pro- Â¬ fession and many of them spend a great deal of money in securing the position of member of the Legislator to which there is only a salary of five dollars per day attached and precious little honor thrown in we dont think there will be a great deal of trouble in finding plenty of good material for tho positions The price named is only a little less than that paid the Judges of the Court of Appeals and there are always good lawyers ready and anxious to accept a position on the bench of that Court and are willing to do some right live- Â¬ ly hustling to get there also Let the salary stand and the Gov- Â¬ ernor will not have to search tho State over with a lantern hunting for codifyors Â¬ Fall Celebration Satellites of Mer- Â¬ cury of Louisville at half fare from Orescent all stations on Queen route in Kentucky and Tennessee al Â¬ on Louisville so from stations Southern Tickets sold Sept 29th and 30th and trains arriving Louisville morn- Â¬ ing of October 1st limited to return until October 5th and refreshing to tho taste and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleaiiBes the sys tem effectually dispels colds head Â¬ aches and fovcrs nnd cuies habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind over produced pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to tho stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from the most healthy and agreeablo substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have mado it tho most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and SI bottles by all leading druggists Any reliable druggist who Backed Into tlie Cut may not haVe it on hand wil proWhile Mr Z T Collins meat cure it promptly for any one who wagon was on High View Monday wishes to try it Do not accept any morning delivering meat tho horso substitute attached to the wagon became un- Â¬ CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO CAL SAN FRANCISCO ruly and began to back Mr Elwood LOUISVILLE KY NEW YORK NY Collins who was out opening a gate caughtho horse by tho bit and at- Â¬ ANNOUNCEMENT tempted to lead him up but tho obstinate bruto continued to back We are authorized to announce W II PAR until the wagon was on the brink of RENT of Franklin county as u candidate for Representatives Assistant Clerk of the the railroad cut when Mr Elliott of the next Legislature House ofto the action of subject Democratic caucus who was driving jumped the Aug 16 pllins te out The wagon and horse went over tho cliff tho wagon lodging against a tree about twenty feet Capital City Business College from the top and breaking the top off but the horse fell into the road AND SHORTHAND INSTI about fifty feet below alighted on PEN ART HALL the flrot Monday In Septem will open except a ber 1691 his feet and was uninjured Night session open second Monday Send for slight scratch on one log prospectus Address Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Until tho method and results when nip of Figs is taken it is pleasant Fh toiranler 334 MAIN STREET FEANtfFORT KY ti fl II M V3 SWSBHH I s e i nttUM lisKksHMa Jewelry 5lLVERWAREgc WATCHES CLOCKS JEWELRY Repaired and Warranted A May2 ly SEMRTj 233 St Clair street FURNITURE LOOK AT THESE PRICES A bed room suit cheval dresser 18x40 inch French bevel mirror 16th century finish 25 A 16th century finish suitchev iJ fe al dresser 15x30 men rrenciv 7 l bevel Mirror 22 - Regent Bowman Dead July 4 8m E II ELLIOTT Frankfort Ky Left us Asrain Mr Casper L Gayle who came back here last winter from Catletts burg where he had been residing for some time to accept a position with Gaylo Company the LeCompte druggists returned yesterday to Catlettsburg where he will go into the drug business and reside in the future It is unnecessary for us to recommend him to the good peoplo of that city for they already know him to bo a first class young business man and a clever gentleman Col John B Bowman founder of Kentucky University died at Har rodsburg on Tuesday THE Dissoution Notice I N Excursion Rates The round trip rate to Arkansas and Texas points Sept 20th is one and one third faro limited 30 days Not one third faro as heretofore published N will sell round trip Tho L tickets to Lexington at one fare Sept 23d to 26th inclusive on ac- Â¬ count Charity Exposition Good re Â¬ turning until Sept 29th WW LAW PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE between us has keen by mutual Wo will wind up till consent this day dissolved Persons Indebted to us old business together will settle with either J A SCOTT or JAVIOLETT June G tf W J CHINN SEQZmmT Jan SS Will practice in all State inch French bevetJ RAW- - mirror 20x24 20 Courts Of-finish JR A solid ash suit 16th century rice second floor Custom Ilouse 80 ly An imitation walnut suit 18x24 inch mirror 14 Tlie Shooters Caught Town Marshal Alex 0 Scott of Eminence brought to thiB city Sat- Â¬ urday afternoon and lodged in jail Joe and John Gill two Henry county negroes whom he arrested upon tho charge of killing Charley McFall or McFarland upon the excursion train on Friday of last week The examining trial was to have taken place Thursdaj before Judge B G Williams but owing to the absence of tho defendants attorney and of several witnesses for the de Â¬ fense the case was postponed until Monday McFall tho murdered man was car Â¬ riage driver for Col J Stoddard John ston in this city just before the remov- Â¬ al of his family to LouiBville and ac- Â¬ companied them to that city Kentuckys WM CROMWELL Great Trots ATTORN Alexander Agent EY-AT-LA- W R ROGERS S0M May2 ly Badly Bitten One night last week a mule got in- Â¬ to tho smoke house of Mr H F Showaltor tho auctioneer who lives some two miles above the city on the river and a shepherd dog atÂ¬ tempted to drive it out but failed The male and tho dog together made such a racket that Mr Showaltor went out to see what was tho matter when the dog which had become greatly enraged in tho battle with tho mule attacked and bithim severely in several places and it was with groat difficulty he could be driven off When ho had gotten the mule out of the smoke house Mr Showaltor wont to a neighbors to borrow a gun with which to kill tho dog but as the ani Â¬ mal trotted along by his side all tho way thoro and back ho had not tho heart to kill him when he returned home Lllccs tlie Place Uncle Gharloy Shea writes from tho Soldiers Homo noar Louisville that ho is very well pleased and thinks ho will spend tho remainder of his days thoro There are now twenty in mates at tho institution and tho management io pressed for room but are pushing tho improvements as fast as posslbjo tho old soldiers who are mechanics helping in tho The Kentucky T H B Association is thor most progressive club of its kindin America and richly deserves the patronage of all The meeting bogins at Lexington Monday October 12 County Court Day and continues through tho week Every day has unusual attractions and on the first day will bo seen the greatest race ever witnessed as then Monbars Ralph Wilkes and Annorean come togethor for the first and only tirnof On the second day the Tran- Â¬ sylvania Stake worth not less than 5000 will bo contended for but the horses do not have to bo named tjll October 1st This race was won in 1880 by Jack and 1800 by MoDool and has become a fixture of national importance On tho same day Dr Sparks and Valissa will do battle for orown and so the the Br Boginau public will bo treated to two of the Tho success attending tho practice greatest contests over witnessed to Ed A Tipton Seoy Lexof Dr Bogman tho Cincinnati Write for list of entries and he will ington Specialist is moro and moro apparent mail it as soon as published At his last visit ho disohagod throe patients and took eight now ones of severe character for treat Â¬ ment At this time of tho year thoso suffering from kidney and bladder In Its troublos should givo prompt atten Â¬ early stages tion to their ailments As tho cool can be cured weathor comes on tho skin in groat moasuro coasoa to porspiro And in by the prompt consoquence tho kidneys aro called use of upon to do much greator work If their functions are impairod tho genor Ayers al health must suffer from tho reten Â¬ It soothes tion in tho system of thoso waste produots which should bo thrown off the Inflamed tissues by tho skin and kidneys aids expectoration Porsons with catarrhal and lung and hastens troubles should fortify themselves against tho inclomont weather of recovery tho coming seasons also rheumatics Dr J C Ayer Co Tho dootor will bo at tho Capital Hotel Wednesday September 30th Lowell Mass on his regular monthly visit four-year-oÂ¬ Every lover of tho light harness IttBAZ JBSTJLTB AGJ3NT horse should read the programme of PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OI Franklin and the adjoining the greatest trotting meeting ever will also give spaclal attention counties and the Kentucky if not in America and sale of real estate collection to rrntapurehast held in of claims that appears in another column and the negotiation of loans InriSfc Dr W lv I Kelley f OHIO CHILD BIRTH MADE EASY Mothers Friend is a scientific- Â¬ ally prepared Liniment every ingre- Â¬ dient of recognized value and in constant use by the medical pro- Â¬ fession These ingredients are com- Â¬ bined in a manner hitherto unknown OF CINCINNATI WILL BE AT THE CAFXTAX IN FRANKFORT HOTEL KY Friday BLEEDING Cured wttQuat - October 9 1891 prLtss dLIND or ITCH I HO any surgical operation and wKb little or no pain is claimed for it AND MORE It Shortens Labor Lessens Pain Diminishes Danger to Book Life of Mother and Child to Mothers mailed FREE con- Â¬ taining valuable information and voluntary testimonials Sent by expres on receipt of price f 160 per bottle WILL DO all fnat MOTHERS FRIEND Chloroform Ligature-- or Knlfi not necessary with this mode ot treatswaft It BaSXTHLiA la cured IN ANO i FISSURES Cored without cutting or tearing inrrpiTinN -- BRADF1ELD REGULATOR CO Atlanta Q BOLD BY ALL rUC10IQTa Of the towel curea r dun WtHncrthla nltrVM arly for nearly seven tais und Le muny euro - HATARRh m 4ii lnnn CONSUMPTION ONE DQLLeB WEEKLY BUYS A GOOD GOLD WATOH citizens are sufficient evidence ot his suocm 4I It Is now a well established fact that mao j tin Tiimiun iiwpr Kiunnr uitibmt womb and nervous system are either cauael bggravaica uiue cuousicuco ui ctiujus LA vmoumsor BY OUR CLUB SYSTEM Our 14 karet patent stiffened gold cases aro wurruntod lor 20 years Walthum and Elgin movement relluble und well known Stem wind und set hunting or open fuce ladys or gonts Kquul to any 76 watch We sell one ot size thesp watches for nnd send to any address by registered mail or by express 0 0 Dwlth privilege ot eumlua tlon Our agent at Durham N Gwr tes Our Jewelers huve confessed tlHf dont know how you can furnish such workfor tlu inonoy Cherry Pectoral qb O O O -- crL fe Jbi9 Richard Ferguses Frankfort Kf w J Hohes Frankfort Ky Benson Kv Jos M Wlthrow Frankfort Ky David Moore RKtfKRXNCKSi Dr K K Oober Frankfort Ky Kranklln Morris Oraefensburf J T etateu Frankfort Ky V Merbertch Frankfort Ky Ky Be L P Holett Benson Ky A II McClare Frankfort juuuu ukh mir wst Eighth Kreet Ctnelanatl and wheejHPv PBIDAIi AIDB1TUED1TI Pamphlets deaertMas these diseases and tall modeof treatmeBtMBt tieete aay one by at dressing H wuntodnt each place 43 Write for particulars NY W EMPIRE WATOH 00 and 60 Maiden Lane New York KBWiEY M D 950 WegntnBtJinoinnvr4 Mr OT 0ON8ULXATIOM iw se ir 99MM I j t i Mininiwm M iiikh nreuacr n mmmni m iiiib iimwwjwcgww wemmurnimaum FKANKF011T FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT BElT 20 1801 A Cure for Paralysis iranic uornonug 01 iurcon mu I induced Mr Pinson Tor sayo whoBO wlfo lmd paralysis in tho face to buy a bottlo of Chamberlains Pain Balm To their great surprlso boforo tho boltl6 had all boon usod Her Bho was a groat deal hotter faco had been drawn to one flido bitt tho Pain Balm roliovod nil pain and Horonoss and tho mouth assumed its It is also a certain natural shape ouro for rhoumntlsm lamo back 150 sprains swellings and lameness cent bottles ror saio oy d w uayio 52Vlm New Paper in Prospect Mr Thomas HArnold of tho Mid dlebborough Sunday Oritio is think ing of removing his paper to this city as business is flat at tho Mar voIoub Oity of the Mountains f o Will wecll Soon Tho engagement of Mr Will P Hudson ono of our leading young Main street merchants and Miss Louiso Lounsbury has been an- Â¬ nounced at Stanford Oonn the homo of tho prospective bride Oapt W A Abbott who has long Hat been with Messrs Percival ton Real Estate and Insurance Brokers Des Moines Iowa and is one of tho best known and most re- Â¬ spected business men in that city says I can testify to tho good of Chamberlains Cough omedy Having used it in my fami- Â¬ ly for tho past eight yeais I can safely say it has nb equal for either 50 cent bottles for colds or croup sale by J W Gayle 52 lm m mm m ii I J ingly of tho general condition of tho crops Improvomonts aro heralded from nil sections Tho wheat crop thin yoar is heavy and tho quantity and quality bottor Tho shortago of wheat in Europo is fourtimosgroator and than tho American Burplus if our farmers will only await tho offoot of tho cause thoy will certain Â¬ ly got tho highest figure known in years Tho Alliance nauors aro con tinually warning tho farmers and keeping them posted Theso warn ings camo in duo season to tho spring wheat farmers so that ample time has boon afforded them to discuss tho question and thoy aro going to hold back far bottor than the speculators Two or three months ago expected it was predicted by speculating trick Â¬ sters that owing to largo crops in tho United States nothing but low prices could result Thoy ovon im- Â¬ portuned tho farmers to soil aB Boon as possible but thoy know a thing or two and fought shy of them Those solf samo myrmidons and schemers in order to repair the damages done now come to tho front and proclaim that Europe will need all wo havo raised and more but cunnot buy it at exorbitant rates Of course thoro aro those who of necessity aro com- Â¬ pelled to soil but they are compara- Â¬ tively in tho minority and cannot keep prices down long The farmors throughout the country aro holding conference and aro taking deliber Â¬ ate and careful stops towards making tho most out of the European far- Â¬ mers as possible Largo grainaries aro being erected and other available means of storage are being secured Tho farm value of the crops does not depend on its size tho following will prove Crop Bushels Farm Value Â¬ Confirmed Tho favorable improBsIon produced on tho first appearance of tho agrce- ablo liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs a few years aco has boon moro than confirmed by tho oxporionco of all who havo used it and tho success of the proprietors and manufacturers tho California Fig Syrup Company 52 lm You will havo until Oct your city taxes 13 ER Main and Broadway CO to pay 1 A pair of good maro mules for salo Apply to W J Hughes Co at saw- Â¬ 48 tf mill Engraving of all kinds promptly attended to at W L Coppersmiths 234 St Clair stroot 45 ly o lt xjttzx2T3rrx02sr o izizr Come and See Us ket stroot and transferred all our business to the storo on tho corner of Main and LowiB streets opposite FarmorsBank Wo invito all of our old customers to call on us at our now storo where wo will bo glad to wait on them as usual O E Collins 45 tf Bro Wo havo closod tho store on Mar- Â¬ LOUISVIULE TOBACCO MARKET FURNISHED BY GLOVER DURRETT LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Tile Hearths Facings GRATES etc 1884 1886 1887 1889 512765000 457218000 456329000 480560000 330862000 315126000 329613000 342392000 Sales on our market for the week just closed amountto 3395 hhdswith receipts of 1495 for tho same period Sales on our market since January 1st amount to 122781 hhds Sales of the orop of 1800 on our market to date Our market for burley tobacco this week except for the fine gradeB of fillers has been dull irregular and de- Â¬ cidedly weakerand we finditnecessary to lower quotations on low and me- Â¬ dium grades Tho offerings have been large composedmainly of common grades with the percent of rejections unusually heavy September weather conditions have been all that could be wished for for tho crop on tho hill and rapid progress has been mado in many localities in getting the crop under cover while in other sections tho crop was late in matur ing and housing has been limited but taking the State at large no doubt more than half the crop is off the hill and each day of good weather is adding rapidly to this per cent The following quotations fairly represent our market for burley tobacco Trash dark or damaged 2 00 3 50 tobacco 8 00 4 00 Colory trash 5 00 Common lugs not colory 3 00 6 00 10 00 Colory lugs 8 00 5 00 Common leaf 12 00 8 00 Medium to good leaf 12 00 20 00 Good to fine fillers Select or wrappery 85418 hhds Totals 1880 1881 1888 1890 1906872000 Crop Bushels 498550000 383280000 415868000 399262000 1317993000 Farm Value 474020000 456880000 385248000 334773000 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 Wc are Invited The Roundabout family acknowledges the receipt of invitations to attend the Carnival Reception of the Satellites of Mercury in Louisville on Thursday evening next for which they return thanks fr Â¬ Superintendent of the Ar Â¬ senal Mr Dave OConnell for twenty years driver of the work house wagon in Louisville was on Wednesday ap- Â¬ pointed Superintendent of tho State Arsenal by Adjutant General A J Gross He relieved Capt Lew Hill at Once and entered upon the dis Â¬ charge of his duties c 01 woman lovely woman why will you suffer so Why hear such pain and anguish and agony of woe Why dont you seek tho remedy tho one thats all the go All tho go because it makes tho pains go As an invigorating restor- Â¬ ative tonic soothing cordial and brac Â¬ ing nervine for debilitated and feeble women generally Dr Pierces Favor- Â¬ ite Prescription has no equal It im- Â¬ proves digestion invigorates the sys Â¬ tem enriches tho blood dispels aches and pains produces refreshing sleep dispels melancholy and nervousness ana builds up both the flesh and strongtli to those reduced below a Dont bo put off healthy standard with some worthless compound easily but dishonestly recommended to be just as good that tho dealer Favorite may make more profit Prescription is incomparable Totals 1696960000 1650821000 These figures you will precoive aro very significant and prove that while the crops during the first four 200000000 bushels years exceed the farmer got 400000000 less for them In Vienna Austria about a week ago a large number of grain dealers from all parts of Europe met in conference and computed figures concerning crops in Europe Tho information they impart can be relied upon as they emonate from well informed and reputable men The figures of this congress show that Europe raises 258000000 bushels of wheat and 49- 000000 bushels of rye less than last year All of its own crop was con- Â¬ sumed last year and nearly 50000000 bushels of its reserves 100000000 ox ported from this country all its rye crop and all that other countries This year they will could supply 20 00 33 00 leaf America nearly 100000000 get frommore It will have 748000000 bushels less of its own crop and Administrators Notice 50000000 less to be drawn from re Â¬ serves In short it will have 120- 000000 extra from this country to INDEBTED ALL PERSONSSams deceasedTO TIIE ESTATE to make a deficiency of 798000000 Joseph aro hereby noti There is going to be a remarkable ilea to come forward and settle at onco and all persons estnteof said advance in wheat before the year docxlent having claims aralnstthe tho same propararcq itstedtoproteat closes and we hope tho farmers will erly pro en accoidlnc to inw for hfttiemuit on or before the 1st of December 1891 govern themselves accordingly Sept Itf lm Admr Jos B C F BROWER Wall Paper CO Draperies Carpets Furniture IMttFKI URC IGHTNING INIMENT Cnur FOR MAN OR BEAST kfA rJE application cure Â¬ r LYONS wnns deceased Neighbor see you not the signal In that lovely ones cheek Heed you not that constant hacking While tho form grows weak O delay not or this dear one Soon deaths own will be You can save her by the use of BASE BALL 26 AT J t iRiYmIOm fflTra7ffWTiSSTnADE MARK v bbbbbbbbjbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb iiBiinBiBBissBaasrEETTOjrri MYEYE 8EEWm J Mr I CA3E Hickory Groc Tirm Uhomo Ilnciuo Wis ba lng Altei of -- ory Known roiuedy Ircmoctf n luioliiu lIi oi wo j ears standing from a 6 jear old Ully v UL three applications of U r SATURDAY SEPT Golden and rescue this Medical Discovery member of your family from con Â¬ GAME GALLED AT 0 30 P M sumption which threatens her It has saved thousands According to tho doctors it has wrought mira n cles for it has cured those whom they except by pronounced incurable Harvest Excursions miracle It is a truly wonderful rem Â¬ edy For all bronchial throat and N will sell round trip lung disease weak lungs spitting of The L points blood and kindred ailments it is a tickets to Arkansas and Texas ADMISSION 2S August 26th September 15 and 29 at sovereign romedy TROTS KENTUCKYS GREAT one third flrst olass limited faro Limited thirty days T22E FIRST SYMPTOMS E P Bryan OF DEATH 1 Agent Tired feeling dull hoadaoho pains In various parts of tho body sinking Excursion Rates at tho pit of tho stomaoh loss of ap Â¬ ASSOCIATION petite fovorishnoss pimples or sores N will sell round trip aro all positive evidence of poisoned The L tiokots to St Louis Mo October 4th blood No matter how it beoamo to 0th inclusive good to return until it must bo purified to avoid Oct 12 13 1415 16 17 1891 and on October 13th at ono faro On Soisoned Aokors English Blood account of Fair and Exposition Elixir has never failod to removo On account of the Trotting Racos sorofulous or syphilitio poisons Sold Monday Ootoueu 12 tho L N will soil round trip tiok under positive guarantee Lexington Stakes estimated 3000 2 lJ Clans pacing to Frankfort at ono faro Ootobor ots Iurse 1000 0 J W Gayld Druggist Kentucky Stakes 1250 Gth7Lh and 8th good returning un- Â¬ 223 Class trotting Purse 1000 til October 9th Cold Molasses Gingor Dudo and Transylvania Tuesday 20Octohek 13 Class Stake 2 5000 Tiokots will bo sold from all sta- Â¬ Kitty aro tho suggestive names of the DlueUraxsbtakes 1760 L Division and K 0 tions onL O Iurso 1CU0 four thoroughbreds used in Tho 232 Class trotting Railway WVDNK3DAY OCTOUKU 14 County Fair Freo for all pacing Purse 1C0O W W Alexander 2 19 class trotting Purse 1000 Agent P 221 Classf trott ng Purso 1C00 Piercos In other words get tho GMD paws MTM1 1 s IT ot licartllj recommend it to nil Ilorscinou irropnratlonllinooeiusedorl curd 5 Wchava hund A ah of such testimonials Capital City- - per bottle Ask jourilruKKlstforlt IHo dots not keti ubenu us mc stamps or su cr tor trial ox W 1 EDDY Jb CO AVhitchall N Y FOR LOW PRICES CALL itiiiiiaiMinaiaititniiccisiciiBiaiBMivfc ON- - WitfalMx Peaks Mill C E COLLINS GemeUhu Qih BRO Iron Steel Belting Hardware Wall Paper and BecorationUiins Plaster ODoors ZBlir d o Sss ALSO A FULL ndihedPainta o B aer Slict end Siuella SsA LIKBOF Sewer and Yhm Pipe and Rock Bali MAIN AND LEWIS 43 ly Â¬ 8TJIE3T -- ITA4KFOItT KENTOCKX Of Interest to Farmers Editor Roundabout The farmer needs houost advisors and no class or body of men takes aB muoh interest or aro hotter council- Â¬ lors than the nowapapor mon Thoy aro over ready to appropriate infor Â¬ mation looking to his welfare and thoir efforts do not go unrewarded True Bomotimea thoir articles aro misleading but tho good thoy havo accomplished subverts and over Â¬ balances what ever Injury thoy might havo caused thorn Tho proBs this year almost as a unit speaks flatter- - Unprecedented Low Round Trip Rates Tho Kentucky Oontral Railroad will at unusually low rateBfrom Loxlngton to Cincinnati everyday August 21th to Ootobor 3d 1891 dur Â¬ ing tho unparallold attractions of tho Ninth Annual Celebration of tho order of Olnoinnatus Last days of Pompii commencing August 24th and tho Latonia Jockey Olub Fall Mooting August 20th to Ootobor 3d Tiokots will bo good going on dato of sale and returning until and includ- Â¬ ing Ootobor 5th soli tiokots Free for nil trotting Purse 1000 2 22 Class pacing tursulbll Bonner Sttikea throo j ear olds estimated 2260 eligible to 2 30 Class trotting purso COO Johnston Stake s T1IUK3DAY OCTOHKIl 15 EDWARD Plumber -- CLAASSEN IN- - PRACTICAL FMDAY OCTOIIKU 216 Class pacing Voodburn Stakes 10 Purse 1000 Purso 2000 2500 500 BATimiHY 2 21 Class trotting Purso 1600 1 20 Class trotting Purse 1000 2 17 Class trotting Purso 1600 IlKMKMHhlt Monbars Ralph Wilkes and Annorean on 1st din The great 5000 stuko and Valtssa vs Dr Sparks on 2d day and the Bruit attractions oyery day EU A TIPTON Seoy Lexliigton Ky P P JOHNSTON Stallions eligible to 2 27 Clais OOTOllKK 17 GasSteam Fitter AND DEALER Gas Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Ciosets FIPH AND FITTINGS BTO STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO oub xuxij uuiNXJKAUT WUKK ALiLi WORK GUARANTEED In rear of Salendors Grooory FRANKFORT KENTUCKY Sept 2G 3t President JlSLELJ3Z3 Tin Buckets One Qt Two Qt Three Qt Four Qt Six Qt Eight Qt Ten Qt 5 5 JLncL aCall and See tlie Goods isrote of tPrices I Porcelain Kettles Coffee Pots One Qt Two Qt Three Qt Four Qt 5 Four Qt 0 35 45 55 cts cts cts 10 cts 15 15 SixQt Eight Qt Ten Qt Twelve Qt Fourteen Qt Sixteen Qt Twenty Qt 1 1 10 cts 10 cts 15 60 65 cts cts cts 70 00 10 20 cts 20 cts J We DISH PANS OH Religious Church 10 qt 20c 14qt 25c 17 qt 30c Water Coolers AT COST INT B3D would be greatly obliged to the ministers and officers of churchesin the city if they would furnish us with any announcement which they may wish made Mr Darsio preaches nt Graefon Turg Christian Church to morrow evening at 3 oclock Rev W G Neville will occupy his pulpit at 11 a m and 730 p m Hev J McOlusky BlayneyD D will occupy his pulpit at 11 a m and 730 Southern Presbyterian Church Pirst Presbyterian pm The Sunday school Teachers union meeting will be held in the lecture Toom of the First Presbyterian Church every Tuesday evening at 730 oclock R0 Craig of Louisville will occupy the pulpit at Ascension Church morning at 11 oclock and at 7430 p m as usual A protracted meeting begins at the Christian Church next Wednesday night which will continue a couple of weeks Mr Darsie the pastor will do the preaching Episcopal Church Rev Baptist Ohuroh Sunday school at 930 in the chapel Public worship at 11 and 730 Pastor W 0 Taylor will preach and Prof Waylaud Graham will have charge of the music at both services s -- Methodist OnuRcn Rev H G Henderson A M has returned from Lis visit to Georgia and will preach to morrow morning at 11 oclock and in the evening at 730 Sunday school at 930 A M how many doses of other medicines are offered for a dollar Why Because its sold on a peculiar plan and you only pay for the good you get Can you ask more Golden Medical Discovery is concentrated vegetable extract put up in large bottles contains no al- Â¬ cohol to inebriate no svrup or sugar to derange digestion is pleasant to the taste and equally good for adults or children Opera Next Week The Discovery cures all Skin The Greenwood Opera Company affections and kindred ailments will appear at the Opera House Thursday evening of next week The Central Normal School This is a first class company and PLEASIJUVILLE KY OPENS FIRST TUES should have a full house L da In iepteinbir 1891 Â¬ Stratton pitched for the visitors with a member of the Louisville Deppons to do the catching while Merchant and Davis were the battery for the home boys The visiting pitchers were careful not to let Davis hit the ball but were not so particular as to the others and Merchant got in a home run on them Lindsay a couple of two baggers and several of the other boys made clean base hits VanDerveer made two good catches of fly balls in center field but outside of Henry Lindseys first base play the pitching of Mer- Â¬ chant and catching of Davis the game our boys put up was rather ragged The visitors went to bat first and made three scores and when they retired our boys came in and made two And so it went un- Â¬ til the beginning of the ninth inning when the score stood eight to ten in favor of the visitors The profession- Â¬ als then went to work to show what they could do batted the balls all over the field and piled up seventeen more scores in their column and did not allow our boys to tally after wards the game ending with the score standing 27 to 8 in favor of the Louisvilles Of course the home team did not expect to make any sort of a show Â¬ ing against the Louisville sluggers and they were induced to come here for the purpose of giving the local admirers of the game a chance to see them play b ijci Â¬ Gasoline and Gas Stoves Refrigerators and a Kentucky Central Eailwav BLUB GEASS ROUTE CENTRAL NORTH Shortestand Quickest ruuterroin CICNTTUOICY TO ALL POINTS EST FAS 1 BIST AND IB SIOTIHEST LINE HETWEEN LEXINGTON SO CINCINNATI 1891 lBOCfiE IN EFFECT MAY 10TH No 8 Accom Daily Express fast line Ex SjUn No 1 Dally No 5 Dail Shos y live d coplexion kims OTJIUE aftah d blood whats dis he a beauful complexion guaranteed if d LOSS OF APPETITE blood am purel Befo d Lod dat Indigestion Dyspepsia Nausea am salvation fo Aunt Sophy wflour Stomach Sleeplessness All we claim for it is an unequaled Headache Nervous Prosremedy to purify the blood and intration Neuralgia Pal Â¬ vigorate the liver All the year round pitation of the Heart you can depend on Dr Pierces Los3 of Energy Golden Medical Discovery in all Weakness of Back Feelings of cases of blood taints or humors no Languor and Lassitude Gen matter what their name oniiature eral Debility La Grippe Its the cheapest blood purifier Etc Etc sold through druggists No matter Â¬ Â¬ South Hound In use for 25 years hy eminent phyMolans and surgeons lu the United BtutflH and pro Â¬ nounced by them the best TONIU extant others It cures where allyour fall Try it and be Druggist for It Abb convinced PRICE J ED RAY 100 PER BOTTLE CO 8 10am 800pm 8 00pm UOopm b 18am a oapui 9 lupin 4 32pm U 45am 10 Warn 9 OJpin b 30om Arr fans 11 18am 10 JJpm blOpm Lexington lJlOun 1100pm i wpm Lve Paris 615pm 1125am ArrWiuchester 1210nn 6 50pm Lve Winchester 1240pm 7 05pm 765pm Arr Richmond 1 35pm 1 35pm Lve Richmond Lvo Derea 2U5pm ArrLivingston S05pm Lve Livingston iJIGpin Lve London 4 09pm 4 50pm Arr Corbln Lve Corbln 6 00pm Lve Darbrvlllo 6 64nn Lve Pluevllle 6 41pm LveMlddlesbh 735pm 7 50pm ArrCumbOap Lve Corbln 4 60pm Lve Wllliasbg 5 45pm ti 20pm Arrjeiuco Lve Cincinnati Lve Covington Falmouth Cynthiani 1 Manfs and Proprs Lve Lancaster Lve Richmond 1 5Upm 4 PABI W JST ICY Sole Agent Ky Arr Stanford 45pm 620pm No C Dally AVERILL ly North Bound No 2 Dally June Frankfort Express No 4 Dally Ex Sun 13 miles Nerve and IIver Pills Address July 1 Sin J D SKCRKsT Prej vices at the Church of the Good Shepherd to morrow will be conduct- Â¬ ed by Rev Father Goroy the pastor First mass at 8 a m second mass at 1030 a m Vespers at 3 p m George Catholic Church The usual ser- - Act on a new principle regulating the liver stomach and bowels though bad taste torpid liver piles constipa Â¬ tion Splendid for men women and children Smallest mildest surest Samples free at 50 doses for 25 cents J W Gayles Frankfort Ky 45 ly Dr the nerves A new discovery Miles Pills speedily cure biliousness 7 wBdalcsIB vincureIM Lve Stanford 7 00am Lancaster 7 50am ArrKichmond 10 16am tt u u 16um LveJellko S3 b Lve Wlliiuso g 8 50am O no persons having clnlms against the estate of Arr CorMn 9 35am William Dean will present the same to me proveu accorulng to luw before September 1st LveCumbGup 6 33am 1891 AH persons knowing themselves Indebted Lve Mlddlesbu 6 58nm to the estate of said decedent are requested to Lve rinevlllo- 7 47um Lve Barbrvllle come forward nnd settle at once 8 35am JOS T STAT EN Arr Corbln 9 25am Win Dean deed Lve Corbln Administrator 9 45am Lve London 10 21am Arr Livingston 11 051111 Lvo Livingston 11 15am jjvo oerca 12 IGnn Arr Richmond 1246pm LVA niKlimnml 6 05im 12 4bpm ArrWlnchestef 6 65am 1 4upm AT SUM THE CIIBNCY FARM SITUATED about two ive Winchester 710am 168pm station on Ky Midland R R 7 45am 233pm miles east of irankfort Kjls for sale cheap Arr iaris 3 45pm I he placj coat tins about 141 acres but may be Lve Lexington 7 00dm 2 00pm 4 25pm 7 63am 2 45pm divided into two pieces one of about 25 acres Arr Pins Lve Cynthiana 824am 8 15pm 4 48pm with the dwelling For teims apply to AuDiiBistrators Notice i arm For Sale FRANK CHINN Aug Ctf irankfort Ky Christian Church Rev Seal Slciii Darsie will ocoupy his pulpit Remember we are agents for one of at 11 and 730 as usual Â¬ in reliable the Young Peoples Society of Christian nati mostseal cloaks houseswill Cincin submit on and Endeavor will hold their weekly pray samples and prices for examination WEITZEL 2 tf UJJONNELL or meeting in the Lecture room at 7 Qfflftf dlscov ered as It Is certain In Its effects and does not proof below t bliiter Read Arr Covington 10 49am Arr Cincinnati 1055im Lve Falmouth 9 23am 4 6 6 10pm 40pm 6Cpm 5 80pm 637pm 6 45pm MAYSVILLE DRANCH No 10 fs N0 North Bound Lvo Lve Lve Lve Oaily Ex Sun 7 7 Ex Sun Dally 12 Cincinnati Lexington Paris Millersburg Carlisle Johnson Maysville South Hound Covington The Moat Successful Remedy over pm Darbys Prophylactic Use it in every sick room Wil keep the atmosphere pure and wholesome removing all bad odors from any source Will destroy all Disease Germs infection from all Fevers and all contagious diseases The eminent physician J MariI on Sims of New York says am convinced that Prof Darbys Prophylactic Fluid is a most valu 21 able disinfectant The best salve in the world foi Sores Ulcers Salt Tetter Rheum Fever Sores Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns and all Skin Eruptiojis and positively ures Piles or no pay required It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money re Price 25 cents per box funded For sale by South Side drugstore P H Caupenteh 5 iy Cuts Bruises Kendalls Spavin Cure Srebwood Md May 2 SO Dm J Kkkdall Co Genu About tlireo years ago I wroto to you about a horse I owned who had a Spavin I usod six bottles ot your Kondalls Spavin euro and It mads a complete Cure 1 have roeommonded It to others who novo used it with llko suoenss D Arr Arr Arr Arr 300pm 306pm ooam 620pm 55 a m 615 pm 8 18am 638pm 8 40nm 700pm 9 84 a m 7 64pm 1010am SSOpm Daily Ex Sun 6 20 6 67 0 60 7 15 7 40 8 28 Prayer meeting Friday evening at 730 Communion services next Sunday morning at 11 oclock Preparatory services Saturday morning at 11 No 9 No ix Ex Sun Una Axnib K KiaiLUfOK r IE dllO ITU3T AND QUICKEST oclook The choir of the First Presbyterian church will bo assisted at the 11 oolook service to morrow morning by Dr W E Baxter and his brother up on trombone and cornet together A with Marvin Avorlll on cornot U repetition of last Sabbaths grand music may bo oxpeoted Â¬ Kendalls Spavin Cure Warren Co Va June 23 1889 Dn D J Kendall Co Dear Sirs I must say that I onco tried a bottle of your Kendalls Spavin Cure on a three year old oolL and It ontlrely removed a bono nimvlu and I did not use an the bottle lu removing It Tho horse Is six or seven years old very sound and has tfono hard work all of the time K Kingston Salisbtot Respectfully yours riNDEjf Mm ntlre Lr tins to Bucklens Arnica Salve Base Ball The Louisville Club of the Ameri Â¬ can Association camo up Thursday Land played rn exhibition game with htho Crutohor x Stance nine at iaico FSPark The professionals did not at-itpmpt to play muoh until the last of the game and our boys got along tfvfcry well Managor Chapman urn piTed the gamo and Fitzgerald and Kendalls Spavin Cure Columbia Ala July 21 1889 Da S J Kknoau Co t Oonts I have effectually romoved one oaso of Hpiivlnwlth your Kendalls Spavin Cure Iioiio I cheerfully recommend It to all R O Kkiout Respectfully Â¬ Â¬ bottle or ilxbiflea for5 All drug gists have It or can got It for 1m or It will bo sent to any addross on receipt ot by tho proprie Â¬ tors rrcolpor jco DR Aug My B J KENDALL CO Eno8burgh Falls Vermont W LMUNSONTrav Pass Cincinnati Q Diy Ooacho S R KNOTT 0 P ATMORE Sleepers ruu through without change Gen Pass Agt Tralllo Managor Genoral Onices Louisville Ky THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST S F D MORSE Asst Genl Pass Agt Ala Ortlco ChamberofCommercftDldg Cincinnati 0 Georgetown to Jacksonville No 1 Dally to all points oxcept Rowland Divi Â¬ Time 26 Hours sion which Is dally except Sunday No 2 Runs dully from Lexington to Olnoln Througl Sleepers without change Tho Short imtl Hue between Cincinnati und Kv Time 2V Hours Nol Runs dally Lvxinotom Vi No 4 Runs dally from nil ntntlons oxcept the TKNJ KN0XVI1LK 17 Rowland Division which is dally except Sunday N0 A8HKVIMK 11 No 6 Dally except Sunday ClUrrANOOOATKNN G No 6 rims daily between Cincinnati and Lex 16 TLANTA Ington 10 IllItMlWlHAM ALA No 16 Paris and Lexington Accommodation Direct Connections at New OrloansJtnd Shreve dally Leaves Lexington 1000 u in Arrives Paris port r Texas 5toxlco nnd California Lo e Frankfort via Kentucky Midland Railway 10 5 a in Loaves No 7 Falmouth Accommodation getownOlOa iuurrlveClncinnatll020 via Arrlvos Falmouth Cincinnati 6 46 p in a m Quicker than any othor lino 740 p mj dally except Sunday All trams arrlv at depurtfromCentralUnlon No 8 Leaves Falmouth 0 u m Arrives Clnr Depot Cincinnati clnnutl 7 55 a in dally except Sunday For RatOB Maps 4oaddresf Nos 1 and 3 make connections at Winchester FRANK WWOOLLEY M V Ry E D Traveling Pass Agt for points on the NN No 1 Carries through curs from Cincinnati to Lexington Ky Ulddlesborough and Cumberland Gap und ull h D 00 HARVEYCINCINNATI G EDWARD8 TA teunodlate stutlons and rims dally VlM Fra 0 OP Time 25 Hours Lve Maysville Lve Johnson Lve Carlisle Lve Millersburg Arr Pari Arr Lexington Arr Covington Arr Cincinnati a m 150pm 10 49 a m 6 87pm 10 65 a m 0 45 pm Agt urn 700pm am 227 pm am 320pm am 845pm am 4iopm tliairj Ctr 1 y f r BAEvE FACTS IW Count for most after all The prices and goods we offer this week need no brilliant language to reach the public Every offer is bona fide and the goods are for sale at the prices named etc etc Our new WE have one of the largest Tailoring Establishinems in Kentucky and we can show one of the largest stock of goods Our fall and winter attractive in pi ice quality and assoitment of styles and colors fall stock of piece goods is unusually i i TO Are beauties to behold b e MA u iwgmimrgaeajjjjJiimun riirnwa HUDSON We have them in light or dark colors and at all prices We want to call your attention to our unusually larqe line of Fall Overcoats Call and bee whit a gieat amount of style you can get for a small amount of money time to wear them IB a fircikiOTH yr isi em rn wr m Era m nt Bb iwi fESSEJ fci Sasas tsa T W Si e i COATS Now is the EaETTILOPlEKElIESi Mnppy Iloosiers haw done more for me than all other medicines combined ror that bad feeling arising from L idney and John Leslie farmer Liver trouble and sto kman of same place says Find Electric Bitters to oe the best Kidney and Liver mecine Made me f W Gardner feel like a new man hardware merchant tame town says Electric Bitters is just the thing for a man who is all run down and dont iviie whether he lives or dies ho lovjnd new strongth good appetite and felt just like he had anew lease on life Only 50c a bottle at P H 2 Carpenters Drug Store Pronounced Hopeless Yet Saved From a lottor written by Mrs Ada E Hurd ofGroton S D wo quote Waa takon with a bad cold which settled on my Lungs cough set in and finally terminated in Oomsump tion t Four doctors gave mo up say- Â¬ ing I could livo but a short time I gave myself up to my Saviour de- Â¬ termined if I could not stay with my friends on earth I would meet my absent onos above My husband was advisod to get Dr Kings New Discovery for Oomsumption Cough and I gave it a trial took in all Colds eight bottles it has cured me and thank God I am now a well and Trial bottles free hearty woman at Phil Carpenters Drug Store 45 regular price Oc and 100 Â¬ t 1 Ru M Forlcs of Elkliorn Regular services at Buck Run to- Â¬ morrow both morning and evening at tho usual hours Protracted meetings in progress at both Mt Pleasant and Providence considerable interest at both places The one who lost a pocket book near this place recently the sameÂ¬ containing a sum of money can obtain it by calling at the school house In our village Mrs Julia Hnghes is on a visit to her son Ben T in Ohio She is ac- Â¬ companied by her daughter Mrs Mattie Crum and child of Beards Station Mr B B Bigstaff left last Saturday for Breathitt county where he has been assigned to Evangalistio duty by the Presbyterian Synod of Kentucky Mr Bigstaff has during his two and a half voars stay in our midst very greatly endeared himself to our people by ins cnristian cnar acter May tho great head of the church guide and protect him Dr 0 0 Barrel who has been visiting tho family of Mr L J Cox during the past few weeks left for his homo in Texas last Tuesday Misses Daisy Cox and Maggie Allen have been in Louisville this week No school next week Teacher at-Â¬ tending County Institute Mr Ned Martins little son Howard has been quite siok for several days Mr E J Flynn is the boss tobacco outter His maximum being one thousand stioks per day Mr B F Olubb and family are visiting relatives in Henry county Mr Joe Williams and family and Mrs William Williams all of Bath county have been in our midst this week Mr Harvie Tiohenor and wife have returned home from a visit to rela- tives in Bath county Â¬ BV P v WW urday from a visit to Versailles and Lexington Tho gamo of base ball played Sat Â¬ urday botweon tho Switzer and our home boys resulted in a score of 29 to 5 in favor of tho homo boys Mrs Lou Pierce is visiting her cranddauirhter Mrs Luht Jones of Switzer Mrs Debbie Timmons has returned from a trip to Louisville Mr Henry Church and son John aro visiting Mrs John Ford in George- Â¬ town Mrs John Bartlett and infant of Versailles aro visiting rolativos here Messrs Suter Stafford and Oscar Knight have just disposed of their large crops ot tobacco and report good prices The singing school taught near this place by MessrsPortor and Oassity ia in a flourishing condition Madame Rumor reports one or two weddings at the falling of tho leaves Little Annie Will and Maggie Stafford are on the sick list Messrs Poynter Thompson Par rish and Davis of Midway are tenting near Pinnacle Point and slaying the finny triibe Mrs Lizzie Green of Louisville is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs John Satterwnite For many years Mr B F Thomp- Â¬ son of Des Moines Iowa was severe- Â¬ ly afflicted with chronic diarrhoea He says At times it was very severe so much so that I feared it wonld end my life About seven years ago I chanced to procure a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhooa Remedy It gave me prompt relief and I believe cured me permanently as I now eat or harm anything I drink without I have also used it in my please family with the best results For sale by J W Gayle 52 lm Btylish and pretty dress goods For call and see our line Â¬ kKUMVUSUbJUSHnUUl Wm Timmons Postmaster of Ida Electric Bitters ville Ind writes The Sest in the U S cyols for 5125 Spring Frame not Stiff gaa iT t Cheaper Ones if Wanted Agents for AMERICAN BLBRS RAM- - FRANKFORT KY and CHAMPIONS CYCLE SUNDRIES WLjSLmX No Money LTe3SMCJBWrMDS to Commence Reqiuredf Responsible Parties Treatment Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria For rent A brick cottage of three rooms on the hill opposite John L Scotts residence Possession Apply to given Sept 7th 51 Wm r3a tf Henry Gobber Wanted By a man with forty years experi- Â¬ ence situation as bill clerk or salesman in whole- Â¬ sale or retail house best of reference in Frankfort Louisville or tho State at large L D HOLLO WAY Frank fort Ky t a Watches clocks and jewelry of standard brand at Coppersmiths be- Â¬ 234 sides sold at deadrock prices 45 ly St Clair street For Sale A stock of groceries a Call on good stand and cheap rent M T Mitchell S lm Frankfort Ky Do not forcet we keep the best fast blaok hose at the lowest price of any firm in our city 2 tf WEITZEL ODONNELL Going Into e Mrs Annie Freeman formerly of this place but more recently of Frankfort has bought a restaurant in Louisville on tho corner of 8th and Broadway and has secured the ser- Â¬ vices of Miss Lena Stone of this place as clerk The first of next 3 tf Side week Miss Stone will leave hero for Louisville to enter upon the dis Â¬ Kentucky Hospitality charge of tho duties of her new po- Â¬ The world has admired this sition Midxvay Clipper favored spot of earth not alone on account of her line horses beautiful women and good whisky but her unparalleled hospitality has become historic but her good people have When Baby was sick wo gave her Castoria The When Rho was a Child she cried for Castoria been humbugged too often most prominont and best men in this Whon sho becamo Miss sho clung to Castoria country have given Royal Gormeture Dont When sho bad Children sho gavo them Castoria its wonderful reputation suffer relief can be had by getting this remedy from Chapman 6c Wil- Â¬ 2 liams m I oheer I help I strengthen I aid gladden the heart of man and to do I Mrs M Holm is prepared For Sale One second hand maid dressmaking at tho Forks ofElkhorn rockaway original cost 400 In I set constipations captive free She guarantees satisfaction in stylo good repair Will sell for 75 And all are better for taking me and fit Prices reasonable 3 2t Mabtin Bros Thus spoke one of Dr Pierces Thoy are pills that Pleasant Pellets Married Very small speak for themselves Advertised Letters nice to take produce no nausea or tho residence of tho griping yet aro effectual in all cases Below will bo found n lint of ndvortisod after niotlior of conBclpation bilious or siok hoad brltlosSeptemberon22Cross street Tuesday Durale lettois for tho wool omliug Sent lJth by Her George 18U1 Onlv 25 noon Henry Flncol and Miss Llzzlo Semones noho or dorancrod liver Mr 1801 A perfect cents a vial at druggists Jonos Mrs Uliza 2 the rosldenco of Alirarn Thomas vost pooicot mocucmo Johnston Mm Mary tlio brltleB parents on Logan street Tueday Brock Minn 2 tf Business Louisville in The vrelMinwn SURGEON and SPECIALIST of Cincinnati O formerly Eesi dent PifisrciAN of the PmiaoEiPHiA Grnkhal Hospital and Physician-in-Ciiaiio- c of the Onto Medical Institutf has for thirty years devoted his attention to the treatment of CHRONIC NERVOUS FEMALE AND SURGICAL DISEASES such ns Bronohitis Catarrh Cough Rheumatism all diseases of the Stomaoh Bowol9 Rectum Liver Sidneys Bladder Sexual Organs Heart Norves and Brain diseases of the Eye and Ear Deformities etc HE WILL BE AT THE WEITZEL ODONNELL You can buy Scofiolds pure apple vinegar for tho same price that you pay for an ordinary article and it is infinitely better For sale only by Gayle Co South the LeCompte O SE BOG MAN IMC J2 CAPITAL HOTEL FRANKFORT KY WEDNESDAY SEPT30 03rs JDnr orsrij sr And every tourihweek thereafter EConsullation and Examinalop Vrea Â¬ 1cnlcs Mill Plenty of dust Very muoh in need of rain Now sorghum and wild grapes on bill of faro Mrs Anno Morris of Frankfort is visiting rolativos in this neighbor- hood Mr James Ohuroh of Elizaboth town 1b visiting hiB fathor Gapt W E Ohuroh Miss Jennie Sullivan is visiting Mies afternoon September 22 18J1 by Rev Ooorco Darsle Mr Hugh R Currons ami Miss Loullo ti Williams tho residence of Mr John d Harrod on South Shelby street Tuesday evening September 22 1891 by Rev J McCIuaky Waney 1 D Mr James M llrown and Miss Corn llansbrough h To eradicate the poIsonB which produce fever and ague tako Ayors Aguo Cure It ouros without leaving any injurious offoots upon tho sys Â¬ tem and is tho only medicine in ex Â¬ istence whioh may bo considered an absoluto antidote for malaria AfVlnnfln nf Ownnfnwn Porter Winter returned Sat Pay your oity taxes boforo Ootobor or you will Imvo to py an addi Â¬ 1 lt tional por cent 13 Bromley George T Jackson V E Kirwin Miss Lizzie Bishop Haydon Morso II A Brown M P Mullaiul J M Davis Jamos Moxy James Doll Sallio A Mrs Oair y Ilossoll Harry Edwards Stone John Frnzer 1 T Bimpsom lmoy E Goldstein Dr Gro Snow L L villo Worford Miss Diss Ilondron Mrs Amand Wilson D E Woodson Mrs Elon Ilurnfl Miss Lotia nnntor MIbs Mary Williams Miss Julia Harrod Miss Sallio Waltor DrLP Jnqkfiou Miss Annio B O Williams fc Co Whon calling for thoso letters Bay ad vortiaod J M SU1KIL Postmaster Returning Every Fourth Week Thereafter ASJ CONSULTATION iSA5HNATION IS FRKE and ho will promptly toll voa idl about your dlsene aud th prospects of a cure lie undertakes no tncurable cases with LADIiu aflllotod tUn anj of the Mis peculiar tathclr sox may consult him with par feot coulldonco uud assiuaiice of couain relief and permanent cure Their rases will lecolvtt that Idudniiil cotullemin tu ntlou whiol all will appreciate His treatment always ptvis satlntaotory Lou tnuitinint Is nehlom necosNars Mnrliin Tuinoru lu tlieli carder stugta euied Mthout pain or Instrumental lute forcucc Sterility Is usually tho result ot carolosumss or Ignoiauce It cu bo remedied Epilepsy or VltH cured by n mve falling troatiuout lteiilncsy many c ists can be cured ianccrs pormanentlv removed Mom the most dellcuto nrgnns by our own pecullo method llttlo or 110 pain ni loss ot blood nolculfooi caustic the only posxthc cure Varicocele Hydrocele HporinntorrSicu aud all unnatural discharges Stricture cured peuuanenlly MEN of all atfos who suffer from Indmoretlons and oxcessei Till bonetlt by our counsel and tteutmouL If thoy obsoi vo certain beillmonts in the urine or Irritation of tho urinary Wc restore all such cases orguiiB thov should connull us without delay Th doctor treats with untalllnc huccbm nil forma ot Rental DIngum such ns lUe BiHlulii FjHsure and Ulceriivon of the Blowcl by a method of his own discovery without palu or dotontlon mm business He guarantees all cases iarly Intcrfurenco Is cousldorcd tho best of judgmoul lu all cases and saves time money and health The success attalnod In the treatment of tho cases which ho mulccs hlSBpoolnltyls truly phe ioinunnl Wonderful Cured havo bcou effected In old and dlflloiiK cases which have baffled the efforts of nil others h Ills rooms aro usuaur crowded It is Lottor to call oarly lu tho day to avoid being duayod Persons consulting him should bring from two to four ounces of tholr urine In a clean bottlo for examination Potion t8 treated by mall or oxpioss but when posslblo pereonal consultation is profoiv ablo List of questlon3 seut on application All Consultations Conospowloncot mid Cases Strictly Confidential Treatment sent C 0 D tu any part of tho United Stat uud Cntiodo Address wUh postage or reply Dr 0 IT BOGMAM Eor 703 Cincinnati a I dtoz CRUTCHER How Mens ISSl t dnHH STARKS and IBead3r Boys -- witli tlie largest and greatest linejof Childrens Clothing Mens Boys In IB 1S MM tmm and I ifflflw Childrens and Ladies Shoes and Boots H 3w ZEsrer3r p r a nci 7a riet3r s to S dit tli Times Cosn-celTra-ble F im - s K Main street FRANKFORT kK CRUTCHER Tlie Secret of Success JW i I Â¬ Â¬ Fourth Â¬ STARKS M Jefferson LOUISVILLE iff i Qayle druggist believes that crop fall plowing is wen aavanceu tlie secxeb of success is perseverance and farmers are generally ready for Therefore ho porsists in keoping the wheat sowing flneBb line of peifumeries toflet artiCanton The sunshine of the past cles cosmetics drugs ana chemicals week has pushed all crops toward on the market He especially invites maturity corn is beyond injury from ull persons who have palpitation frost tobacco much improved and short breath weak or hungry spells being housed pain in side or shoulder oppression South Fork Tho past week has ight mare dry cough smothering iropsy or heart disease to try Dr Miles unequaled New Heart Cure jufore it is too late It has the largest sale of any similar remedy Fine book of testimonials free Dr Miles Restorative Nervine is unsurpassed for sleeplessness headacho fits etc 5 and it contains no opiates Weekly Crop Bulletin State Weather Service Week Ending Sept 19 1891 The weather for the past week was abnormally warm with little or no Tain and a large excess of sunshine Thnn pnnrlitions were nreciselv those required for the maturing of corn ana tooacco xne xormer crop is about made and except in a very All few places is safe from frost indications point to an enormous yield Tobacco was greatly improved during the week and the early planted crop is being rapidly cut and Soused Tho harvest shows it to bo better than was anticipated some timo since Tho latter crop without Ky 1 A severe hail bility be very fine storm in Christian and Todd counties on Friday ruined many fine fields about Hopkinsvillo and Trenton Bain is noeded for fall pastures but with this exception the weather could not have been more favorable damage from frost will in all proba- Â¬ extracts prom reports Kelsey Weathor very warm and has had a good effoot on corn and tobacco late tobacco is growing very well the early setting iB being cut corn ripening rapidly farmers began sowing wheat this week Rio Hart county Constant sun shinofor tho past week which has been very beneficial to all crops Lebanon Crops in flno condition corn maturing nicely tobacco being out and a flue crop no worms in it this season in this county wheat and rye being sown in fallow ground Boil in good condition for seeding grass never bettor Slaughtersville Nights moot too 50ol for corn and tobacco too much sunshine burning tobacco that has been out Ilarrodsburg Tho hot dry weather of tho past week has not as yet boon harmful to corn tobacco or gardens pastures need rain Oynthiana No rain weather very 3iot corn and tobacco greatly im- Â¬ proved a little rain needed The woathor has boon IlawesvIHo for all crops completed Fall plowing is about at Law Heal Estate tgt is has been made in cutting the tobacco ting going on rapidly oropyearsmoreÂ¬ beLEE CO BEATTYVILLE worm eaten than in many fore IN LEE BREATHITT WOLFE Clay and other Powell Tho past week has Estill Jackson Shelbyvillo been very favorable to corn and to- Â¬ counties5 tI bacco wheat and rye being rapidly Sept sown and nearly all the hemp out so far all the crops promise well Henderson The warm weather is Shortest and quickest between to- Â¬ bringing forward lato corn and prevented some to- Â¬ been most favorable to corn though bacco but has CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT FllANKUN ClHCIT Count some of it is so green that frost bacco whioh is ripe from being cut REUBEN SANDERS Plaintiff and housed coming now will injure it Onlv direct line between 1 VERSUS Versailles No rain for the last GILFORD SANDERS AC Defendants Lexington Tobacco is ripening very fast and a great deal of it has week weather favorable to the hous Frankfort dsorgetown and Paris Car Â¬ The creditors of Lean nub Sanders deceased ing and curing of tobacco another are hereby notified to presentthelr claims to me been cut pastures in good order proven as required lisle Maplle Cyntliiana Fal Â¬ Lancaster The past week was week and it will bo securely housed day of October 1891by law on or before the 16th Spott8villo Weather favorable to very dry and very favorable to corn W II POSEY mouth and Covington Commissioner F C C tobacco is looking very fine rain all crops tobacco ready to house Sept 6 4t rain needed for newly sown wheat needed B H Mark ASK FOR TICKETS VIA KY Munfordsville Weather very fine MIDLAND rria-H- Director FrankDurke and very favorable to tobacco which Asst is now ripening fast many farmers Louisville Ky Sept 19th 1891 OLD KENTUCKY ROUTE THIS HUN 0f CENTRAL 5TJWI1D TIME cutting the corn crop is about made and will bo unusually flno TIME TABLE MAY 17 1890 Mississippi Valley Co E D Newport News Grofton Weather fine corn and Guaranteed Cure pm AMI a m p at very rapidly to- Â¬ tobacco ripening bacco being cut seeding of wheat TRAINS EAST drug Â¬ Washington Philadelphia JJ We authorize our advertised begun by some Â¬ Now Now York Baltimore liussollville Weather of tho past gist to sell Dr Kings Coughs DisLv Frankfort 6 80 6 45 12 N 4 00 and covery for Consumption 0 41 week has been very beneficial to all Colds upon 12 25 Elkborn 4 12 5 68 Old Point and the Sea Shore you this condition 0 49 Swltzer 6 00 4 20 12 48 crops as well as to farm work 7 03 btuuip Grod 4 35 1 07 0 21 AND ALL EASTERN CITIES Green Hill Warren county Corn aro afllicted with a Cough Cold or Ar Georgetown 1 47 7 24 0 45 6 00 or Chest trouble IN EFFEOrjMAY 18 18111 and tobacco are maturing very any Lung Throatremedy as dirocted Lv Goorgtn vlu rapidly and all other products are in and will use this 7 25 7 25 5 21 8 00 giving it a fair trial and experience EAST BOUND Fast Limited Acm A can Ar 0 0 10 16 10 15 Cincinnati fine condition 32 00 Express Dully Dally 72J5 Dully Daily ex Sun Ex Sun Lv Georgetown Oloverporb Tho week has been no benefit you jnay return the bottle uTb 6ol 205 and have your money refunded Lexington Lvo 735um blSpm 5 45pm 11 40am 7 40 Newtown 7 05 6 19 2 25 exceedingly fine for all crops tobacco 7 60 7 15 4 80 7 2 45 Winchester housing progressing rapidly the Wo could not make thiB offer did wo Mt Sterling Arr 8 2 lam 700nm 7 0pm 1280pm Ar Centrevllle 8 10 7 35 Paris 5 48 5pm 105pm 316 862am 780pm headway not know that Dr Kings New Dis younger crop making fair luuupni DAILY Lv Paris vlu KC Arr 763 425 G45am corn ripening fast fall plowing under cove ry could bo relied on It never Olive Hill Lvo 1040am U03diu Covington 10 44 637 Trjal bottlos free at Ashlund disappoints 1215pm 1080pm 845am Ar Cincinnati fYill Vinnrlwnv 10 CO 045 003am Carpenters Drug Store Cuttlottsburg 1228pm 1048pm Lv Paris via K C Owensboro Weather conditions of Phil size 50o and 100 7 65 6 48 025am Huntington Arr 1260pm 1107pm 2 Carlisle 8 43 0 25 the past week were generally favor- Â¬ Large Ar Maysvlllo 10 10 7 55 able to growing crops except lata WEST BOUND Lv Purls vlu KC 11 27 5 48 DAILY corn and pastures whioh need rain Going to Chicago 12 10 0 16 Winchester 085piil Huntington Lve G 0um 1 20pm breaking for wheat about dono p in 0 67pm Ar Richmond 026mn 189pm uitiiettsourg orop cut 35 7 20 about one third of tobacco Hon J D Piokott and family have Ashlund 710pm OS m ICOpm Need rain and loss hot determined to locato in Chicago and Olive II11I Arr I m SOJpm 400am 8 65iin Bloomfleld 1AM A Ml MA MlPlfl Ex Sun T NoO No 2 No 4 No 8 No 12 weather crops generally in fair con- Â¬ are now packing their household Mt 1 20pm Sterling Lve 10 27am 482pm 025am TRAINS WEST Sun Pass Puss Mix Mix dition goods preparatory to the move They Winchester 1115am 468pm 715am 1 65pm Only train train truln train Bardstown Tho past week has been have taken an elegant now house in Lexington Arr 1205 pm 580pm 805UH1 2 46pm Rlohmond vlu unusually warm and dry corn crop Forest River Park a suborb largoly LIMITED VESTIBULED EXPRESS rutin Lv K 0 0 10 1 05 tobacco mid Pullman BuHet Sleep 7 15 15j Winchester Jjrogrossing finely needs rain doing mado of Kentuckians many of them dallybetweenhas Vostlbuled Lexington Washington Paris Louisville fall friondB of the family of long stand- Â¬ ers 7 48 2 83 otarh New York ntul Old Point Comfort TUIs uuln up to former years LvMaysvllle via plowing fully ing Mr Montgomery Piokott tho Is made part of tho celebrated 5 20 1 60 K0 ih youngest son has boon located horo jyioyiieia tho iavoraDio weawier JET JET 0 60 3 20 Carlisle flnfi fVir rlnnninnr rnhfinfin and corn Ar Purls 7 40 4 10 several years and is now doing a East of nuntington on the C ic O Route and without frost crops will bo good fine businoss Tho venerable old dully between Lv Cincinnati vlu wart mil Greensburg No rain woathor bon- - patriaroh of publio education will TAlnM4nn tinlTRAINS runs 2 20 KC If niHnrytnn intn fltrAnt Covington O 2 20 At oflcial to the ripening of corn and to carry with him tho bonedlctions of connections at Huntington with 0 Ar Paris 6 37 nv TliiuiiwOHJi AHUIUIIU Willi O niui bacco Lexing thousands of families who have boon 0 It 0 00 8 80 0 20 4 80 All crops very favor- Â¬ benefited by the wisdom and cour-Â¬ tonRwith north and south bound Oand at P Hull- - Lv Paris Louisville T L SandJON 0 20 8 60 0 39 6 00 Centrovllle ably affected by tho woathor condi- Â¬ age of twelve years of publio sorvico rowis LN 9 80 0 02 0 49 Newtown 6 19 U 45 10 02 7 04 6 40 tions of tho past week OLIVE HILL ACCOMMO Ar Georgetown LEXINGTON AND causp Lexington Transcript dully except Sunday Connects ut Lv Clnolruutlvla DATION Winlrllffin Wnnthnr renditions fav in tho Winchester to and from K 0 Points mid ut 7 00 7 00 4 00 Q fc C ored the ripening of tobacco whioh N R R for LouIbvIIIo Ky Ar Georgetown Lexington with IL 1002 1002 7 04 orop in mis county is as miu ua wua A DUTY TO YOURSELF LEXINGTON AND MT STERLING ACCOMMO10 02 10 02 7 00 fl 45 Lv Georgetown over nroducod here tho corn cron is Tt to cmi nvlalnrr flint nnnnln will UBQ DATION runs dally oxcoot Sunday and mokes Stamp Grod 10 24 10 24 7 81 7 24 about mado and thoro is no doubt a common ordinary pill when thoy dlreot connection at Winchester to and from 10 88 10 88 7 47 7 60 Swltzor MlddlesborougU and Richmond and at Lex 10 40 10 40 7 55 8 10 is more corn in Ballard OUU UUUUIU It V1UUUUIW MUM Flkhorn that thoro -- w Louisville 11 00 11 00 8 10 40 county than in any two other previous tho samo money Dr Aokors Eng Â¬ ington with L 8 Ry for regard to Rates Routes Ar Frankfort In seasons in tho past twenty years lish pills aro a positive ouro for side For full InformationAgent of this or connecting 3 Nos 4 dully 8 Nos 12 dally except Sunday Nos 27 and 5 Ac apply to any and and 0 Sundays only All crops tho best in years HOWAHD 0RB180N Agent hoadaoho and all liver troubles Thoy lines or to 0 L BllOWN BiMCuB urovo Iino woacner ior aro sinaUi eweot easily taken and do II K HUNTINOTON GEO D TlAliPKIt Gen Superintendent VERNON CLARK General Passenger Agent nnrn trthnnnn nnrl jrrnnfl fnrmnrflhllflV nottfripo V1aULEiklNGT0NKPtt88A8ent CLAUDE BOWLStClty TIckeCAgent preparing the soil lor wheat sooding WB IlAHniBONKy 0 J W Qayle Druggist G GWA BAIWKT GA Lexington Ky Ashland GENERAL OFFICES FIUNKHORT KY rrencon oovoiny uvo or oiguty Attorney just what was needed for curing corn acres of tobacco were utterly ruined and ripening tobacco much progress by hail in this vicinity tobacco cut J BEATTY J NOTICE Â¬ I gl j U I Â¬ V Y Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ 1