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The jt Frankfort Roundabout A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS KY OCTOBER 1889 3 hh am A LEWIS Publisher TERMS 100 In Advance Volume XV LEXINGTON TROTS Tlie Coming Contest be twecu Nancy Hanks and AUcrton FRANKFORT Highest ot all in 1891 Number 4 THE iavcnlng Power U S Govt Report Aug vj V m a happy disposition a capital voice and a face equal to any emergency He is head over ears in love with Celia who also works for the family and their trials and troubles make up the comedy of tho play Lawrence the son of old Jool Osborne enlisted as a Federal soldier and is made Cap- tain ot ms company He of course falls ln love with a Southern beautv anu JLeonard Warrington a brave Southerner becomes smitten with the charms of a Sorthern girl Both couple after the proper amount of running death gauntlets disguising and escaping from cold prison cells are properly united and the curtain drops on happy faces as it should Jerry the red faced Corporal is of course the life of the play F Gordon Meade does the character with a y iaunty style and is ably seconded in his attempts to please Height of Cruelty De the house by Delores in Celia lores is a soubrette of no little ability Nervous women seldom receive th has a pretty voice and is well re- Â¬ sympathy they deserve While often ceived In its general plot recalls the pictures of health they are con- memories of both Held by the stantly ailing To withhold sympa Enemy and St Shenandoah thy from these unfortunates is the Louia Post Democrat heigtht of cruelty They have a weak At the Opera House Tuesday Oct heart oauning shortness of breath iluttqring pain in side weak and 6th hungry spells and finally swelling of ankles oppression choking smother Children Cry for Pitchers Castora ing and dropsy Dr Miles Now o Heart Oure is just the thing for them W L Coppersmith makes a Por their nervousness headaohe Resetting weakness etc his Restorative Ner Â¬ specialty of flne work diamonds etc 234 St Clair street vine is unequaled Fine treatise on 45 ly Heart and Nervous Diseases and marvelous testimonials free Sold and guaranteed by J W Gaylo I 1 four-year-oÂ¬ happy-go-luokÂ¬ Â¬ The ovoa of ovorv trottintr horso man aro now turned toward Lexing- ion whoro the greatest mooting ever Hiold will begin Monday October 12th and continue through tho week The Association haB aoteu wisely in offering an excellent programme on tho first day when tho ladies will bo admitted free On that day tho meet and horse- Â¬ crack men predict that tho winner will boat As this is tho only race in 220 which they Monbars Ralph Wilkca and Annorean meet the crowd to On seo thorn is certain to be large Tuesday comes tho Transylvania Stake worth at least 5000 on Thurs Â¬ day the only race ever trotted be- Â¬ tween horses with records better than 210 Nancy Hanks 209 and A InKfnn yllllJ lift ho tminnt- rmf JT XI r mi Wiii uo ri nluu oi j v uio utjuuuu u aiiiB uiu not of century and every body should go to see it no matter at what 3pst On Saturday the stake in which Dr Sparks Happy JBeo Belle Archer and vallissa meet will bo almost as important and Sa- Â¬ turdays programme lis one of the week The meeting as a whole has never had an equal and every body should read the programme and go to the meeting RriVbJ Baking ABSOLUTELY PURE IS IrlFB WORTHUVING Not if you go through the world a Dr Ackers Dyspepsia dyspeptic tablets aro a positive cure for tho worst forma of Dyspepsia Indigestion Flatulenoy and Constipation Guaranteed and sold by 9 J W Gayle Druggist Â¬ R K McClure Oiar JFcll and T7s7irvter Stoolc of Boots Shoes Hats Books c is now full and complete and we guarantee prices as low as can be bought anywhere Reduced Rates on Q on i - C Reduced rateshave been granted the certificate plan by the Queen Orescent Route for the following occasions Information can be ob- Â¬ to Ticket tained on application Agent Ministerial Council and Institute of Seventh Day Adventists Austell Ga September 11th to October 12th Methodist Ecumenical Conference Washington D Q October 7th to 2 1st 2 will --- b-u-- a ZMuns TTvHtiole StocOs 22Z5p Boot a W L Coppersmith the jeweler is the leading repairer in the city 234 45 ly St Clair street W L Coppersmith the jeweler does the best of work at moderate prices Call and see 234 St Glair 125 will 100 will -- hTa37- To-u3- ZBos Boot Proportion a ZoULtlis Boot And Other Goods In street 45 ly that is instrusted W L Coppersmith dont send work to other cities but does all to him in his building 234 St Clair street 45 ly 0 Happy Valley Mr George Samples and Miss Liz zie Moore eloped from this neighbor- Â¬ hood and were married in Jefferson ville Indiana last Tuesday week Died Mr Oharles Lee on Satur- Â¬ day September lth with consump- Â¬ tion Born September 20th 1891 to Mr Archie Moore and wife a fine daugh- Â¬ m G XTDST CHIUD KIULED s SCHOOL BOOKS GO AT PRICE ter i Mrs Charity Kendall of Scrabble Shelby county is visiting her daugh Â¬ ter in this neighborhood Miss Laura Pulliam who has been sick for sometime is very ill at this writing Mrs Lyda Hairod of Kansas is visiting in this neighborhood and enjoyed meeting many of her old friends on Saturday last Died Miss Sallio Harrod on the 28th of August with consumption She leaves a father mothor three sisters three brothers and many She was friends to mourn her loss a consceintious idnd heartod young lady and will bo sadly missed She was willing to die and those who mourn her death are not without hope May they all prepare to meet her in a bettor world Tho funeral was largely attended tho sorvicos being conducted by Rev J A Peters Mrs Jeffrey Allison is quito ill with fever JLMTJIIITIOli CRAY A Another child killod by the uee of opiates given in the form of Soothing Syrup Why mothers give their children suoh deadly poison is surpris- Â¬ ing when they can rolieve the child of its peculiar troubles by using Dr Ackers Baby Soother Itcontainsno opium or morphine Scl by 0 J V Gayle Druggist Publishers Wholesale 3 Hardware and Cutlery CHUR -- R K MCLURE -JtrJ-Ij-uG2 3SL GAfc3 ulxJL Isztx OiO- CfMrirba9 111 IlS LEiiJ -- - -- ESuLrroy t C3-E- S- Ilxoetoxijs o os -if louisviule tobacco MARKET FURNISHED BY GLOVER DURItETT LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE CANT SIvEEP NIGHTS da ing the complaint of thousands suffer from Asthma Consumption Coughs oto Did you ever try Dr English Remedy It is tho Aokners bqst preparation known for all Lung Troubles Sold on a positive guaran Â¬ tee at 25o and 50o 0 J W Gaylh Druggist Â¬ W L Coppersmith challenges com- Â¬ parison in workmanship on any repairs In his lino 231 St Clair street 45 ly Tlie Irish Corporal The newest of tho war dramas oponed up its weeks ongagomont at uaviurs yesterday afternoon oo foro an onthusiastio audionoe Deal ing as It does with tho loves ambi- Â¬ tions and hatos of a littlo ootorio of Northerners and Nouthornors ovor Mason and Dixons line tho recom- Â¬ mendation of oxtromo novelty can not bo given it But for boing a first olass oomedy drama having plonty of oxoltomontstlrrod In with tho fun and pathos it can bo sot down aH a Bucoess Jorry Donovan Is an Irish lad at work on tho farm of Jool Osborne In Gonnqotlout Jerry owns Â¬ Sales on our market for the wopk just closed amount to 2659 hhdswith receipts of 1200 for tho same period Sales on our market sinco January 1st amount to 125610 hhds Sales of tho crop of 1810 on our market to dato 87071 hhds Our market for ho common and modium grades of hurley tobacco except whoro they havo high color uuuuuuuh uuii witnoucany indication of improvement Tho line grados of leaf continue in active domand at high prices Tho housing of the now crop has continued without intoruptlon during tho week but tho weather has boon vory much warmer than was desirablo for the good of tho crop after it is out A vory largo por cent of tho burlov oron is now under coyor Tho following quotations fairly represent our market for burloy tobacco Trash dark or damacrod 2 00 3 50 tobacco Oolory trash l 00a 8 00 Common lugs not oolory 3 000 5 00 Oolory lugs fi 00 10 00 Common loaf 5 OOffi 8 00 Modium to good loaf 8 00M 12 00 12 00Qj 20 00 Good to fino fillers Soloot or wrappory 20 OOffi 33 00 leal 12 dffl 8Nw to S88 CD CD o to All styles of hand made Harness Saddles f Buggy Dusters Fly Nets Horse Boots and other Turf Goods t iinmnwwAiiiri ihjImi mtMK iiiiii www r SAM D JOHNSO TX7ZT iT i OS CO j y OZFIEIlSr TIHIDEIIZES PARIS AND NEW YORK BONNETS AID HATS Wednesday October 7th Personal Mr LTobin haBroturuod from Lex- Â¬ ington Mr Harris Johnston of Louisvillo spent Sunday in tho city Miss Susie Leo of Louisvillo is visiting friends in this city Miss Ruth Hawkins is visiting friends in Woodford county Miss Janie Ferguson of LouiBVillo is in the city visiting friends Mr Henry A Brewer of Eminence waB in the city Wednesday Miss Laura Hines is tho guest of Miss Nellie Harris in Louisville Mrs George P Berry left Thursday to visit her mother in Louisville Ool John L Scott is able to bo out again after two weeks sickness MiBS Fannie Chambers is visiting Mrs Callie Jackson in Tennessee Miss Kate Green wont to Louisvillo Tuesday to visit Miss Ellen Harris Mrs Robert Christie of St Paul Minnesota is visiting relatives here Mrs George Darsio and Miss Emily Thomas spent Wednesday in Cincin nati Miss Ruth Stanton left Monday for Louisville to attend the Fall Oelebra tion Mr Richard VanDerveer left Wed nesday afternoon for a visit to Louis- Â¬ ville Mr Ed Drane jr returned Tuesday evening from a trip to New York Misa Lizzie Downey who has been Tialting friends in Woodford has re- Â¬ Â¬ w Mr Ed J Roborts foreman of the office r er E MH fr B turned Mrs Ada Garrett left Monday for Leavenworth Kansas to visit her brother Mr S B Holmes roturned Satur- Â¬ day from a trip to Asheville North Carolina Mr R K McOlure and wife spent several days in Danville the first of the week Mr Robert B Franklin of Beatty vllle spent several days in this city this week Misses Maggie and Louisa Daniel are visiting Mrs R D Denson in Louisville Messrs Harry Stanton and Sidaoy Johnon of Louisvillo spent Sunday in this city Mr Fronoh Hogo loft Wednesday for Louisvillo to visit Mr Stoddard Johnston jr Miss Annie Orutcher left last week for Cincinnati to attend the Conserv- Â¬ atory of Music Mrs James Rodman returned Sat urday evening from a visit to her si tor in Louisvillo Gov Brown wife and daughtors loft Wednesday for Louisvillo to attend tho Fall Celebration Mrs Oornolia Bush of Louisvillo is visiting her daughter Mrs Georgo P Berry in this city Mrs W H Jeffries loft Tuesday morning for a visit of several weeks to relatives in Louisvillo Mr 0 E Collins returned Saturday from a trip to Scranton Pennsylva nia and New York City Mr Ed M Posoy has returned from a visit of two weeks to his parents in Lawranceburg Mrs Loo Hulett loft Tuesday morn ing for Louisvillo to spend a couple of wooks with hor paronts Rev T E Uttorbaok of Now Rioh mond Ohio has been visiting rela Â¬ tives in this city this wook Miesoa Isabello Lindsey and Re becca Avorill havo returned from a visit to frlonds in Covington Oapt L D Holloway and family left Tuesday for Louisvillo whoro they will reside In tho future Â¬ Â¬ and family are visiting relatives in Louisvillo Mr Walter Franklin roturned Wednesday from a yisit to h is son Mr Robt B Franklin at Beattyvillo Miss Laura Lindsay who has been visiting relatives in this city ro turned to hor homo in Mt Sterling Monday Mr Albert H Orutcher of Los Angeles California is visiting his paronts Col John N Orutcher and wife in Bollepoint Miss Lena Coke who has been visiting the Misses Tanner in this city returned to her home in Louis- Â¬ villo Tuesday morning Mrs Hervey McDowell of Cyn thiana who has been visiting her sister Mrs Samuel Steele on Wap ping street roturned to her home last Saturday Mr W J Hughes and Mr and Mrs J S McKendrick of this city and Mr Otis Snydor and wife of Lexington will leave Monday for a trip to Eureka Springs Arkansas Mrs Joe Desha Pickett and Mies Glenn Pickett left Saturday for Chicago where they will soon be joined by Prof Pickett and the remaining members of the family Mr and Mrs A F Respess were in Louisvillo this week at the Fall Cele- Â¬ bration as the guests of Mr Bruce Haldeman at tho home of his parents Mr and Mrs W N Haldeman Miss Mattie Henderson returned to her home with her brother Rev H G Henderson of this city after a two weeks visit to her brother Dr Dan Henderson of Georgetown Ky Dr J Russell Hawkins of this county who has been visiting rela- Â¬ tives in Boone county for the past week is now with his daughter in Louisville The Doctor is now 84 years of ago but is ablo to got around as lively as those many years his junior Dr Earnest Baxter who has been visiting in this city for several weeks left Tuesday morning for his home in Austin Texas aocompanied by his brother Dr W E Baxter of this city who will remain several weeks During tho absence of the later Dr J W Baxter of Owenton will havo charge of his office Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Roundabout Jemimas Bean Jemima onco she had a beau He didnt mind her name you know Although it was so prosy She had catarrh and had it so That ho atilast was forced to go The odorvas no posy If she had been sago in time she would havo taken Dr Sagos Catarrh Remedy An offensive breath is most distressing not only to tho person afllioted if the person has any prido but to those with whom ho or she oomos in contact It is a delicate mat-Â¬ ter to speak of but it has parted not only friends but lovers Bad breath and catarrh are insperablo Dr Sagojs Catarrh Remedy cures the worst 50ty cases as thousands can testify reward offered for an incurable case bv Worlds Tiflnflnnnvv AforHnnl Anon elation Proprietors of Dr Sagos uatarrn Kemeay for Infants and Children Caatorla cures Colic Constipation Sour Stomach Diarrhoea Eructation Kills Worms gires sleep and promotes dt rostion Without Injurious medlcatioa For BOTeral years I have rocommendod your Castoria and shall always continuo to do so as it has invariably produced beneficial results Edwin F PjUidk M D The WinthroF 125th Street and 7th Ave New York City 77 Moheat Stiuust Cm tori is so well adapted to children that I recommend It aa luperior to any preeorinUoa known to mo II A Aacnxn H D Ill SO Oxford St Brooklyn N Y The use of Costoriato souniYersal and its merits so well known that It seems a work supererogation to endorse It Tew are tho of Intelligent families who do not keep Castori within easy roach CUUOS iURTTK D D Now York City Pastor Bloomingdalo Eef ormod Church Late Tins Thursday Evening Next The Paris Philharmonic Club have fixed Thursday next October 8th as the date upon which they will sing the Chimes of Normandy in this city Ckktato Coxtaxt New York Notice lot of Carpets Rugs c that havo been used in the Governors Mansion and Public Offices in the State House M B R Day State Librarian auction Chairs a SHILOHS CATARRH REMEDY marvelous cure for Catarrh Canker mouth Diphtheria and With each bottle there Headache is an ingenious nasal Injector for the more successful treatment of these complaints without extra charge 37 Price 60c Sold by J W Gayle A 500 pieces of fall and winter ging ham armenia serges and outing cloth at the very lowest price 2 Â¬ oclock a On Thursday Oct 8th 1891 at ten m I will sell at public every WATERPROOF COLLAR or CUFF BE UP THAT CAN BE RELIED ON TO THE MARK ISXcyb BEARS THIS MARK to Xlstooloar TRADE LLUL01D mark HEEDS NO LAUNDERING CAN BE WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMENT tf WEITZEL ODONNELIi Engraving of oil kinds promptly attended to at W L Coppersmiths 234 St Clair street 45 ly My millinery department will be in charge of a first class milliner and will begin Monday taking orders for fall hats Wm 3 THE ONLY LINEN LINED WATERPROOF COLLAR IN THE MARKET ODonnell TIME TA1BLE The following time tabic is now in effect apon the L fc N rond TBAINB WEST llillililail mm i stratm am JACOB S W 1G JBRT CO LOUISVILLE business KY MM UJ U I Vl Vll Ki I Itiat fiiiirli Hiitl1 Ttiif4tfvi ffVvAuiia Aft 8ted to positions Catalogue free Write U No 231enveBFrnnkfort No 17 leaves Frankfort No 21 leaveB No 19 leaves Children Cry for Pitchers Castorta Frankfort Frankfort 550 am 935 a m 800 p m 700 p in Have Removed From the Batzell Building OUST -- H101 -- No 18 leaveB Frankfort 1020 a m No 20 leaves Frankfort 454 p m Mr P B Lillis has purohased from No 22 leaves Frankfort 915 p m Mr Ed J Parker hiB dray line and No 24 arrives Frankfort fi85 p m and will hereafter Nos 28 and 21 still connect for Cincin transfer businos be found at the office formerly occu- Â¬ nati bat 21 no longer conneots for Shel No 28 still makeB Shelbyvillo N byvillo pied by Mr Parker at tho L connection roady to wait upon parties Station EPBRYAN desiring his services Agent Dray Line Sold TBAINB EABT jlI2ST STEEET n TO M Â¬ AND 102 Basement RM STREETS the Capital Hntelr- KENTUCKY UNION m Iu tlic North west Mr Richard Morris who has boon traveling in the North wost for sever The ratek w4 direct route from al weeks in tho interest of his firm tejus was in St Paul Minnesota the first loraiiE Ti of the weok from which point ho One hundred and fifty mllM sont us late filos of Minneapolis and St Paul papors for whioh wo return SUOIiTEST TO LITTLE K0CK thanks Thcy will fill this space with an entirely new advertisement in fe short time Franklin County Farm For Sale PIUYATJLY TIliS Morris farm Containing 383 ticres moro or less situated six miles irom trunnion on mo reims win lumiukc It one mile from said turnpike on pilv ito road Is known ns one of tho best furins In thn county mid Ism ii cood state of cultivation having now one hundred mid sixty ocris In com twenty the remainder In gruss mid ucre In tobucco A good dwelling house containing six woodland rooms Borvunis rooms in jurd an Ice house two tobacco bums stable mid other necessaiir out for bulioies An abundance ol water good house Â¬ apple hold use and stock the year round A Has tiueo well as other fruit trees orch id its Terms and price made tenement houses known on application to Miss Emma Morris ut lranrort Tost Olllto SALK OFFER WKfarm known FOItthe Dr ns Win Aug 29 3m RAILWAY CO mm m TIME CARD EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 21ST GOING EAST Leave Lexington Leave Clay City 1800 Specimen Cases B H Clifford Now Oassel Wis was troubled with Nonralgia ana Rheumatism his Stomach was disor Â¬ dered his Liver was a Hoc tod to an tlarming degree appetite fell away and ho was terribly reduced in flesh Andtte oaliroBte Leave Winchester Without Change of IX Cars you are going to emigrate to Arrive Lumber Point Arrive Threo Forks Leave Three Forks Arrive Klkatawa GOING Leave Klkatawa WEST 800 p m 4 M p in 451 p m 6 25 n m 0 HO p m 1130 ft in 125 p m N35 a mi 1030 ft nu 0 00 ii m o 05 7 37 0 30 and strength Throo bottles of Elec Â¬ tric Bitters eurod him This li the Edward Shepherd Harrodsburg 111 had a running soro on his log of CHEAPEST AND JIKST ItOUTK eight years dtanding Used throe bottles of Electric Bitters and sovon No change of cars to boxos of Buoklons Arnica Salve and his leg is sound and well John MONTGOMERY MOBILE MEMPHIS Speaker Oatawba 0 had five largo AKD NEW ORLEANS Fovor sores on his leg doctors said ho was incurablo One bottle Eloc for further information ndtresi trio Bitters and one box Bucklens Arnica Salvo ourod him ontiroly CPATflKOUEGfPrj Sold by tho South Sido drug etoro LOUlOYllK XND0jnr 8 P II Oarpentbi -- Sherman Dallas Fort Worth Austin Houotin Arrive Three Forks Leave Three Forks Arrlvo Lumber Point Arrlvo Lexington Arrlvo Clay City Arrlvo Winchester am um Hsoa m New Blacksmith Shop HAVE JUST OPENED A BLACKSMITH shop in Cutllsh alley near Guinea Stable In the shop formerly occupied by Joe Mcintosh whero wo are prepared to do horse shoelng ntid All work guaranteed Ull kinds of repairing JAKE JIAUHID 0HA8 JOHNSON Sept 104m Connections made at Lumber Point with steamer for Deattyvllle Klkatawa 1 nearest station to Jackson Ky Trains between Threo Forks and Lexington run dally botween Threo Forks and Klkatawa dully Sundays excepted T am WE jl General Passenger Agent murphy 13 Pay your oity taxes before Ootobor or you will havo to pay an addi Â¬ Mt tional por oont k Mr B - f IFirninrniitinMBifiniiMiiTiwmwT him miiiima i 1 in eNQRFOLK Aug 2sMm in i mi mi wmwiii OYSTERS wniHxilmniMijiitiTgicMinKticixciaTir3H nmimma nrmrwMimim mmii imiafii im anraw i WILL RECEIVE THE FIRST OF THE SEASON ON SEPTEMBER 1st v V mm IKS Km Brf J HEENEY SOUTH SIDE GROCER Â¬ i Mi A1 gavo a very interesting address on nf Civil Government Ho showed olearly that whilo a person tute mignt do a gooa citizen wicnouc un derstanding Geography c ho could Frankfort Ky Sept 28 01 not do so without understanding MONDAY Civil Government Ho was followod by the conductor The Franklin County Teachers InBtituto convonod in tho City School and Rev T E Utterback who gavo music hall at 1030 oclock with Sup some very interesting points orintondont Hunter in tho chair RECESS Prnvnr liv Tinv W fl Tfivlnr Aftor Secretary 0 Portor Jtho Institutewas elected Liizzie ma- - phy wasrecess tho subject of Geogra- Â¬ introduced by Miss Hannah ana miss of Innes in a very interesting essay grudor Assistant Secretary Supt Hunter read his annual re Â¬ Mlse Innes begins teaohing by mak Â¬ with the port before tho Institute and ap- ing tho pupil ncquaintod room and pointed as a special committee on Geography of tho school resolutions the following persons surrounding objects The conductor thon closed the dis- Â¬ S A Huletto R H Graham and 0 H Parront As general committee on cussion with some very interesting resolutions tho following persons remarks Adjournment J O Porter were appointed W W Porter A J Secretary Hulotte and Mis Leona Jetfc Supt Thompson and Prof Rhoades On Monday evening at 730 oclock then gavo interesting addresses andÂ¬ tho teachers and many of the citi- Â¬ absembled at on motion the Stato Board of Educa- zens of Frankfort tion was invited to attend the Insti- Â¬ Sower Alilers hall After haying tute at any convenient time a gay re union with educational friends the assembly repaired to the NOON RECESS table where an elegant oanquet was At 130 the Institute was called to spread of everything most delightful order by Supt Hunter The subject to taste Then to please the merrier of the Primary UlassesB was taiien up portion of the gueBts Col Hunter in- Â¬ Ingles who vited them to the ball room where and discussed by J Ho splondid music was furnished prefers tho Phonetic Method W W Porter and Gar- was followed All felt sorry when the signal for jrett Reed disbandincr was civen Every one RECESS went away feeling that Col Hunter After recess Robert Graham gave a knows how to entertain nis irienas Three cheers for him talk on Advanced Snellinir He be lieves in teaohing the diacritical All the very latest styles in dress subject was iurtner ais marks Tne cussed by W W Porter J B Ingles trimming at low prices ODONNELL WEITZEL 2 tf And Proi Rhoades Adjournment TUESDAY 900 For many years Mr B F Thomp- Â¬ Institute called to order by Supti son of Des Moines Iowa was severe- Â¬ Hunter Opening exorcises by 0 H ly afflicted with chronic diarrhoea Parrent The subject of Advanced He savs At times it was very Heading was opened by R H Gra severe so much so that I feared ft lam Ho was followed by John B wonld end my life About seven Ingles W W Porter G T Graham vears aero I chanced to procure a Miss Lizzie McGruder and Miss Lucy bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera JPattio and Diarrhoea Remedy it gave me RECESS prompt relief and I believe cured Immediately after recess Prof me permanently as I now eat or Hunter appointed Miss Maggie Innes drink without harm anything I I have also used it in my and R H Graham as a committee to nlease meet Prof Oarothers and escort him family with the best results For Â¬ to the Institute The subject of Lan sale by J W uayie 62 lm guage Lessons was taken up and very ably discussed by Miss Maggie Dow- Â¬ ney followed by J B Ingles 0 H Sliilolis Consumption Parrent Mrs Goodnight T A Bram Cure mell and Miss Leona Jett This is beyond question the moat At 1130 oclock Prof Oarothers ar Cough Medicine we have xived and gave a short address after successful a few doses invariably sold which the subjeot of Grammar was ever the worst cases of Cough introduced by interesting remarks oure and Bronohitis while its won Â¬ Croup from Miss Lizzie Hahn and continu- Â¬ derful success in the oure of Con- Â¬ ed by Mrs Goodnight Messrs J 0 sumption is without a parallel in the Porter Wadsworth and Prof Oaroth first Since ers altogether very instructive The history of medicine been soldits on a Institute then adjourned to meet at discovery ita has which no other guarantee test 130 can stand If you have a At 130 oolock R W Porter opened medicine earnestly ask you to try it cough we discussion on Penmanship the 60c and 1 If your Uings After whioh Prof Stump mado Price 10c chest or back lame use some very interesting remarks on are sore Porous Plaster Sold byi J the subject The question of gram Shilohs 37 mar was then resumed and closed by W Gayle the conductor The new store of Win ODonnell RECESS He will be open Monday Sept 28 After recess Prof Reed read a very will keep the finest line of notions to able paper upon tho subject of Com- Â¬ be found in the city position The disoussion was then 3 Adjourn- Â¬ closed by the conduotor ment For making pickles use Scofields vinegar It will pay to use only the WEDNESDAY sale At 900 oclock the Institute was best ForCo only by Tho LeCompte 3 tf South Side Gayle opened by devotional exeroises con Â¬ After some ducted by J B Ingles preliminary business the disoussion Our New Capitol of Arithmetic was begun by W W Portor continued by Miss Jett and J Will certainly make the citizens of B Ingles Frankfort and surrounding country RECESS happy but Royal Germetuer will After recess tho discussion on Arith Â¬ bring comfort and happiness to metic waB continued by V W Por Â¬ every home because it is a spocifio ter dosed by the conduotor for any kind of stomach blood kid- Â¬ NOON RECESS ney or bowol trouble Call on Chap At 130 oclock tho subjeot of Arith Â¬ man Williams and got a book free metic was taken up by tho conduotor in whioh such men as Rev Sam His remarks woro principally con Â¬ Jones Rev J B Hawthorne and cerning The Metrio System Speeches Gen Longstreot testify to its efllcaoy 2 wore then mado by Hon T M Good Â¬ night Dr Urban Williams and Col Hunter concerning tho grading of You can make money by paying your oity taxes before October 13 common sohools Mm militant Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Proceedings of Franklin County Teachers Insti Furniture Factory Tho Frankfort Furnituro Manufac trurlng Company has beon organized with Messrs Jos T Staton A W Cromwell O W Chamberlain W O Loutkomoior and J M Wakefield as Tho factory build- Â¬ tho corporators ing will bo erected on Holmes street and they aro expecting to have it in oporation about tho first of January WHY DO YOU COUGH Do you know that a littlo cough is a dangerous i tiling r ato you awaro tnatic often lastens on tno j t ii - II STARTED WITH A G0LD Tlic Harris Benefit a pomising young violinist of this city will leave in a short time for Cincinnati for tho purpose or completing his musical education at tho College of MubIo in that city Prof Wayland Graham and a number of ladies and gentlemen of the city havo determined to tender him a complimentary benofit at the Opera Houso at some time with in the next ten days the proceeds to bo used in aiding him to prosecute his musical studios As Louie has been very kind and accomodating in giving his services free of charge at all entertainments and in Church choirs ho should have a full house A fine programme is being arranged by Prof Graham and tho date of tho concert will be announced in a few days As Mr Louie Harris o mhkMm i gOR ACKERS S J villi juu nviu iru lljlv IV i vuu JUl UlUU g with so serious a matter Aro you awaro that jENGLBSH EEft9EDY Modern Kemedies It will stop a Cough in ono night It will check a Cold in ii uii lb win piuvciiu viuuji icuuvu iBtiuiii uiiu uiiiu ouiiaiuupuuii n laKCU e MU J ra i no a iw rr ri hi mmm sTv7 rbu i jiwiih iibii hii For sale T- - Oracle rr7i - imam iihiiihhB rrr i um xr kbl ME llaimi a Auction Auction i WINDING UP SALE OF The Medical fession Profession Tho attitude of the medical pro- Â¬ toward what is known as i patient medicine is not at all un- Â¬ Thousands of these reasonable nostrums are offered to the public every year Some of them are dan- are futile ZESIats and most ferous Specific Sof them we are all SS glad to say is not classed among these nostrums It has overcome the wholesome prejudices of physicians At No 225 Main street three doors above Mangan in all parts of the country and some Livery Stable In order to get more space to enlarge of the strongest testimonials in its behalf ceme from medical men who dry goods and have used it in their practice and who do not hesitate to endorse its wonderful results This is extremely gratifying but by no means astonish- Â¬ ing for every claim that iB put for- Â¬ ward in behalf of S S S is based on a series of actual experiments ex- Â¬ lit tended over a long period of time CZE FlaX2aisliing0 oods OTHIlT ONftHt JL - and Caps- Darnells our present Uli What a Cough m Will you heed the warning the signal perhaps of the sure approach of that more terrible disease Con- Â¬ sumption Ask yourself if you can afford for the sake of saving 60c to run the risk and do nothing for it We know from experience that Shilohs Cure will cure your cough It never fails This explains why more than a Million Bottles were sold tho past year It relieves croup and whooping cough at once Mothers do not be without it For lame back side or ohest use Shilohs Sold by J W Porous Plaster Concluded to quit the clothing business at once Expecting our large fall purchases of dry goods and millinery to arrive here in a few days I have therefore rented the above named house to sell out and wind up our entire stock of mens and boys suits pants dress shirts underwear hats caps etc at IM 12 Sacrificing Sept Prices This sale will commence Do not fail to take Saturday Gayle 37 At auction and private sale at 01 oclock a m Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria My millinery department will be in oharge of a first olass milliner and will begin Monday taking orders tor fall hats Wm 3 ODonnell Of this chance to get first class goods at your own price and please bear in mind this is no humbug nor an advertising catch but a bona fide peremptory and forced LOTS FOR SALE LOT FRONTING ABOUT bO FEET ON 1 lot GO nolraoH street feet fronting on 8 lots 50 feet front on Versailles turnpike Arlington Avenue 8 lots 0 feet front each on North Wilkinson street All In Frankfort Ky lot particulars apply toDLIND3EY JOIIN OctS Jm Winding Up Every article must and will be sold -- AT Sale RECESS i 4t 5- - Mrs Harris and Miss Wollerman BlllDKM DEDFOUD 0 mado by Dr Williams Major Stanton have returned from Now York where BY VIRTUE OF THE JUDGMENT RENDERED 1891 Â¬ the and Hon T M Goodnignt Adjourn thoy have bought tho latest Parisian will soil atabove cause at the June term ami bestI public sulo to the hlphest ment natB bonnets and everything con Â¬ blddor on Tho THURSDAY nected with tho millinery line of tho oponing of Oct 5 1891 On accouut of visiting tho Kinder Â¬ announcement garten department of the City their grand display will bo given the near future Ladies wait At the Court houso door in tho city or Frankfort School tho teachers did not moot un- Â¬ within Kentucky between the hours of 10 oclock u in til 1000 oolook After tho opening for it ami 8 oclock p m on a credit of six mul twelve 3 oxoroiseB tho subjeot of History was months lu equal Installments the following property discussed by tho conduotor as the tract land That Tho now store of Wm ODonnell Harper certainand on ofwhich known NewmanCounlo now RECESS John will bo opon Monday Sopt 28 Ho resides farm on South tlkhorn In Franklin situated History was again takon up by tho win Keop tno unost line or notions to county K about 0 miles from Frankfort and conductor who gavo tho teachers bo found in tho oity adiolnliu tho farm of A W Macklln and con tains about 171 acres nany helpful ideas and warnod thorn u rurthaHor to Klvo bond with goodwill sufllili nt against tho oases of tho common surot hem lug Intel fit from late to hae the errors in teaohing that diflloult force and illett of a loplevln bond A lien will Cloaks Clonics bo reserved on tho property sold until ull tho study la palil Our lino arrlvincr daily and wo j At twoivo ooiooic tno institute ad will show isall tho very latest stylos puahaso motiey journed for dinner Master Commissioner 2 ti WEITZEL ODONNELL Bcplilt Aftor recess Col Thos B Ford of Physiology by roading a very in teresting paper Ho was followed by the conductor who believes in oral teaohing Interesting addresses were thon G T Graham began the discussion Â¬ yers a Scofiolds pure apple vinegar old is for salo only by The eOompto Gaylo Oq South Side ti FRANKLIN CIHCUIT COURT Jacob Hawku VKiiaus c SOL HARRIS AULctioneer la Equity Monday JjJ J LOUISVILLE JlajBlJlvJaXio I Intending buyers of bicycles should not fail to write to the CYCLK FARM FOR SALE A Â¬ OP ACREd LYING ON THE IKAXS and Type Writer Company 812 xl FARMpike 75three miles from Fraukfdrt la Mill W Market street Louisville Ky oirered for salo at a baigaln All of the placo Is bottomland oxcept ten acres Istnauood beiore purchasing their mounts of cultivation There la a food houso ofstato six at tho This company rooms on tho pluco with never falling well placo else 30ine place back door and an oerlastlng spring on tho A llrst class orchard and all necessary out band can furnish any safety bicycle in ings lu good repair For tonus apply to the market and the prices are the Aug 29 Sin lowest irankfort Ky Â¬ i FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT M Another Front Trotters 15 timed taterod at tho poet offloo at Frmikfort Kentucky na iDwuu siiwg UlUUdOK niRUOr ttEO A LEWIS Editor and Publisher OCT 8 FRANKFORT 1801 TIS FINISHED The Constitutional Con vention Adjourned and uicincyv Organic Law rioxv m Force Â¬ W 10- - V Monday nt noon tho Constitutional Convention having comploted tho necessary changes in tho now Constitution tho work of signing tho new document began and was con- Â¬ cluded about 3 oclock in tho aftor- noon when tho Convention adjourn ed sine die Just after tho delegates began affixing their signatures a sa- Â¬ lute was fired from Fort Hill an- Â¬ nouncing to tho world that Ken Â¬ tuckys new organic law had gone into effect and that hereafter tho State would bo governed by its pro- Â¬ visions During tho signing of tho Constitution Senator J G S Blackburn and Gen Wade Hampton of South Car- Â¬ olina entered the hall were introduced to the Convention by Gov Knott and invited to take seats by the side of President Clay Gen Hampton afterwards made a short speech to the Convention The usual resolutions of thanks were adoptedi the enrolled and signed document was presented to the Secretary of State and the Constitutional Con- Â¬ vention of 1800 01 was no more After the Convention adjourned Hon W R Ramsey delegate from Laurel and Rockcastle counties who enrolled the new Constitution upon parchment was presented with a handsome silver water pitcher by the Convention and by some of the delegates a beautiful gold pen Tho pitcher was purchased from Mrs M A Selberthe St Clair street jeweler and bore the following inscription VV R Ramsey From tho Constitutional Convention Of 1890 l For Enrolling on Parchment the New Constitution Sept 28 1891 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mr C D Bereaw We learn that our friend Charley Bereaw who has been connected N Railroad at this with the L point for the past six years is now in the western part of Colorado trying to regain his health which has been quite poor for some time Although he has not been engaged in the ser Â¬ vice for some months tho Frankfort shippers will remember his effortB to secure for them the best obtainable rates which those versed in such matters can often do by various combinations on through and local business The general public will al- Â¬ so remember his many accomodations in filing claims preventing over- Â¬ charges etc During his stay here N he filled every position at the L depot from the head to foot with great credit We are informed that he could have secured a responsible position with the Kentucky Midland Railway had ho so desired His ser vices were also sought by the largest manufacturing concern in tho city but devoted to Mr Bryan he de Â¬ N until clined to leave the L forced to do so by ill health Ho was prominently mentioned in connection N here with tho agency of the L upon the recent promotion of Mr Bryan Wo wish him a speedy return to health in his far away homo and hope that ho will bo with us again at an early date Â¬ Tho training stablo of Mr R H Tho cool weather following tho rain of Monday night brought a Wilson noar Woodlako this county light frost in tho country Tuesday was destroyed by flro Sunday morn- Â¬ ing Tho stable boys had just fed the night horsea and had started to tho house A Quiet Wedding Next to breakfast when tlipy heard oho of tho horses making an unusual noiso Weelc in his stall turned back to seo what Mr Wm Blakoy of Now Jersey was tho matter when tho stablo was and Miss Rebecca Scott daughtor of seen to bo on flro Thoy ran back Hon Thos W Scott will bo quietly and mado ovory effort to save tho married at tho homo brides father in sixteen horses which wero in tho sta this county on Tuesday of next week ble but thofiro mado such rapid pro gross that only four could bo gotten Horses at Public Sale out tho remaining twelvo perished in tho flames Only ono of tho Mr G H Sargent as assignee of Williams will sell three horses in tho stable belonged to Mr Aubrey good horses a fire proof safe and a Wilson and that was saved tho lot of slaughter house fixtures at the balanco being owned by other parties Court house door at 11 oclock Mon and wore in his hands to bo trained Messrs Trabue of Louisville had day m orning four horses there only ono of which m was saved one of those burned being Has Qualified valued at 5000 Mr George F Berry In another column Mr Geo L of this city also owned ono of those L Payne gives notice that ho has burned two woro owned by parties qualified as administrator of tho late in Louisville and several by Paris Miss Mary A Gayle and notifies all parties Mr Wilson lost in addition to tho persons indebted to the estate to stablo six sots of harness a lot of come forward and Battle hay oats blankot3 horse boots c The Earthquake and valued tho whole at about 2000 upon which he had only 800 insur- Â¬ The shock of an earthquake was ance felt here very distinctly about ten minutes after 11 oclock Saturday Cut His Hand Off night There were two distinct shocks of several seconds duration Tho notoriouB negro convict King causing houses to rock slightly and Bird confined in the Penitentiary windows to rattle who killed a fellow convict somo time ago was called before tho War- Â¬ Delegates to the Grand den on Saturday on account of not Lodge doing his work in the broom shop properly and admonished that if ho At tho meeting of Capital Lodge Â¬ No G I O O F on Monday evening did not do better ho would be punthe following Past Grands were ished After the reprimand ho was When he en- Â¬ elected as delegates to the Grand sent back to work Lodge which meets at Maysville on tered the broom ishop he deliberately Tuesday the 13th inst W B went to tho cutting machine used for raised up the Bridgeford Albert Chilson and O A trimming brooms knife put his left hand under it and Nelson ohopped it off at the wrist He then Excursion to Frankfort walked over to tho hospital where Ky the arm was amputatedbetween tho wrist and elbow by Dr Tobin the For the Trotting Meeting Agents Prison physician Orescent Route in of the Queen Kentucky and Agents of the LouisFall into Line ville Southern R R at Coupon Join the great procession It Stations will sell excursion tickets no de- Â¬ to Frankfort and return at one fare marches to victory itsIt knows is the banners feat Inscribed on for the round trip Oct 6 to 8 good inspiring battle cry rDr Pierces fipr return until Oct 9 Its line Golden Medical Discovery of march extends across tho conti- Â¬ Excursions to Lexington nent and around the world A happyÂ¬ illustration of the popularity and sucKy cess of this world famed remedy Tisi everywhere relieving pain in Â¬ For the Grand Trotting Carnival spiring hope curing diseases For Oct 12 to 17 excursion tickets will all blood disorders it is acknowledg- Â¬ be sold to Lexington aild return at ed tho safest the most thorough tho one fare for the round trip by Agents best The liver and kidneys respond at once to the invigorating touch Orescent route at through them the whole system is of the Queen stations between Cincinnati and cleansed and built up anew If you are sick indisposed debili- Â¬ Chattanooga Also by Agents of tho malari- Â¬ Tickets tated weak suffering from find Louisville Southern R R the ous or other poisons youll good to return until Oct 19 the Golden Modical Discovery remedy par excellence to restore you Â¬ Â¬ w SuWfiiSS Fram vl fJP for Rent HT1E FARM KNOWN A THE DUDLEY ttFnt tno city limits of Frankfort on tho Versailles nlke contafnliiK 2f6 nci l lur from Hutch 1st 1KM to March 1st 1891 rent Tho pliicolHwel Hdiipttd to RiMiernl firming stock to01 growing and has advan VlUfit Pr3r nf miirkotlnic tor particulars lW1nthottufrlB Ky at Capital Hotel or Frankfort AK0tf MARY J DUDLEY H Both tho method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and re i resiling to tho tasto and acts fently yet promptly on tho Kidneys and Bowels cleanses tho sys tem eflectually dispels co1dn head aches and fevers mid chips habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever produced pleasing to tho tasto and acceptable to tho stomach piotnpt in its action and truly beneficial m its effects prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it tho most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and 81 bottles by all leading drugAny reliable druggist who gists may not havo it on harid will procure it promptly for any ono who washes to try it JDo not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Or WTTEBNi TiaE Putimiler 334 MAIN STREET FRANKFOKT KY WATCHES CLOCKS SAN FRANCISCO LOUISVILLE XY CAL JEWELRY Repaired and Warranted M A NEW YORK NY ANNOUNCEMENT We nre unthorlred to announce W II PAR RKNT of KMiikll i county as n candidate for of the next Legislature subject to ttie lution SELBBRT Assistant lerk ot the House of Representatives of May2 ly the Democratic cuuius Aug 15 te 233 St Clair street Capital City Business Monday Colleje In Septem FURNITURE LOOK AT THESE PRICES A bed room suit cheval dresser 18x40 inch French bevel mirror 16th century finish 25 her Fn art hallthend shorthand flm will opon 1691 insti Nlaht session open sicond MomUy Send for prospectus Address E H ELLIOTT July4 Sm irnnkfort Ky Dissection Notice PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE THE LAWbetween us lias been by mutual J existing We will wind up all consent this duy dissolved old business together Persons Indebted to us will settle with either June 6 tf or J J A A SCOTT VIOLETT Ai6th century finish suit chev- Â¬ al dresser 18x30 inch French bevel Mirror 22 A solid ash suit 16th century 20x24 inch French bevel mirror S20 finish WJ OHM JR LJ Will practice in all State Courts fice second floor Custom House Jan 80 ly Of-Â¬ An imitation walnut suit 18x24 inch mirror 14 VVM CROMWELL EY-AT-A Post Office Poetry ATTORN Z L AW R SOGERS SON May2 ly i m Ate Poisonous Berries R AaZ BSTATJB AGENT ILL PRACTICE IN THE COURTS Ol Franklin and the adlolnimr cminttan m will also sire special attention to the purohoo and sale of real estate collection of nts claim and the legotlatton of loons Officers Chapter of Frankfort Miss Emma Morris who has charge Little Julia Murray daughter of of the delivery department at the Post Office has the following notice Mr Henry O Murray got hold of in rhyme placed over the delivery the berries of a Virginia Creeper which was growing beside a grape window vine at theresidence of her grand Â¬ NOTICE father Col Thomas Rodman MonLest your letters be forgot day afternoon and thinking they were grapes ate them Slio carried some of In my window put them not Always drop theni in the slot them to her moher saying she had On this point pray make a men found some grapes when sho was promptly given an emetic which Yours sincerely E B M caused her to throw everything off Historic Table of her stomach and perhaps saved her life as the berries wero pro- Â¬ Mr Clarence L Walker Steno poisonous by several phar- Â¬ graphic reporter for tho Constitution- nounced who examined them macists al Convention purchased from tho State Librarian the table ho used Oil ACKERS ENGLISH in reporting tho proceedings of the FEIJL9 Convention and upon which all of the Are aotive and puro For siok head delegates except two President Clay aohe disordered stomach loss of a another whoso name we failed to petite bad oomplexion and biilious have novor been loarn affixed their names to tho now ness thoyAmerica or abroad equaled either in Constitution and presented it to the U J W Gayle Druggist Kentucky Historical Sooiety Monday afternoon Â¬ Â¬ w r Dr W L Kelleys OF CINCINNATI WILL BE AT THE tmV2M CHILD BIRTH MADE Mothers Friend OHIO EASY is a scientific- Â¬ ally prepared Liniment every ingre- Â¬ CAFITAX IN FRANKFORT HOTEX KY 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 Friday Ootober 9 1891 FEwas BLEEDING WILL DO all tnat is claimed for it AND MORE ItShortens Labor Lessens Pain Diminishes Danger to Book Life of Mother- and Child to Mothers mailed FREE con- Â¬ taining valuable information and voluntary testimonials Sentby express on receipt of price f t60 perbotil BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO MOTHERS FRIEND 0LIND or ITCHING Ligature with Cured wltnoat any lurstcal operation and wltia little or no pain Chloroform la not neoeanary or Knife thU mode of treatment FlSXTJJLik IN ANO Is cured FISSURES Cued without cutting or tearing- ULCERATION CATARRH hi fl Atlanta Go BOLD BY ALL JUOai8Ta At a called meeting of Frankfort Chapter No 3 Royal Arch Masons held on Tuesday evoning by authori- Â¬ ty of a dispensation of tho Grand High Priest no quorum being pres Â¬ ent at tho rogular convocation tho following officers woro elooted for tho ensuing year Bon T Farmer High Prioat Geo A Lewis King G Russell Snoetl Scribe M P Gray Captain of Host Jas W Nicol Principal Sojourner J W Pruott Royal Arch Captain W S Dehonoy Master 3d Vail H J Hydo Mnstor 2d Vail Vi A Kaltonbrun Master 1st Vail W T Reading Treasurer 0 Gran Graham Seorotary Gub Solmofor Guard Held Over Tho examining trial of John and Joo Gill tho two Henry county negroes arrested for tho murder of Charles McFall at Jetts Station was begun before Judge B G Williams on Monday Tho defense was roprosontod by Hon Jamos Andrew Scott of this oity and W B Moody Esq of Now Oastlo and tho Com- Â¬ monwealth by County Attornoy L F Johnson A largo number of wit Â¬ nesses were examined on both sides and tho case was not conoludod until Tuosday aftornoon when thoJudgo hold tho Joo Gill over in 2000 to tho noxt torm of Oirouit Court which convenes on tho third Monday in this month and discharged John RHEUMATISM neuralgia and sciatica can always bo successfully treated with OHE DOLLHH WEEKrY BTJYS Of the bowel cured Dr Iteill has now been visiting this city rsgu urly for nearly seveutaiH und die inunj unt ho has maao union the wealthy and lunuUitU citizens are sufllclent evidence of hla success It lb now a well established fact that many 4b A GOOD GOLD WATCH eases ot the stomach liver kidney bladdsr womb and nervouti system are either caused w ufiKravated by the coexistence ot PILES VITU LA FISSURE or RECTAL ULCKU URVKRENCBSi BY OCR CLDB SYSTEM Our 11 karet patent stiffened gold cases are warranted for 20 years Wulthiun and Elgin movement reliable and well known Stom wind and set hunting or open face ladys or cents Blie iiiul to any 75 watoli Wo sell one or thus n watches for and send to any address by registered mall or byexpiesSO 0 Dwlth privilege of examina Â¬ tion i v3 Our agent at Durham N 0 Our Jewelers have confessed tlsr dont know how yon can furnish such work for tlk inouoy IT Oober Frankfort Ky Morris Qraefensburg J T fltateu Frankfort Ky V Herberlch frrnnkfort Ky Hulett Benson Ky Rev Rlohard VerKOton Frankfort Kf w J Hughes Frankfort Ky David Moore Ronson Kv Jas M Wltl row Frankfort Ky DR KKLXElS office and residence Is at SB WMt Eighth street Cincinnati and where u may be f oun4 every day ot each week EXCEPT A Ir K K Franklin m U McClure Krankort Ky Ayeirs Sarsaparilla cure Is sure tofollow the persistent use of this A 28 CASH PEIDAIB AHD BATUEDAYS rmphlets deserlblncj these diseases and mode of treatment swt free to any on by dressing hV aO medicine Has Cured Others will cure you wanted nteachplaco 3 Write for particulars W I EMPIRE WATCH CfO Y and COMalden Lane New York N 250 West Eltfhtb St Cincinnati O consult ATioN mmiz --m rw9- I KELLEY MJD - r PIIIIHIHH v w uiiAiMiruitT ttuuiNiiAJiuu FRANKFORT OCT fl 18111 - A Cure for Paralysis Frank Cornelius of Purcoll Tnd I induced Mr Pineon Tor Bays whoso wifo had paralysis in the face n bottlo of Chamberlains to buy Pain Balm To their groat surprise before the bottlo had all been used Her she was a great deal better face had been drawn to one side but tho Pain Balm relieved all pain and Borencss and tho mouth assumed its natural shape It is alBO a cortain cure for rheumatism lame baok 50 sprains swellings and lameness cent bottles for sale by J W Gayle 52 lm m Court Day tion Accommoda Â¬ A passenger coach will bo attached to tho early morning frieght train on the Kentucky Midland Railway on Monday Oct 5th county court day This coach will stop for passengers to alight at regular passenger plat- Â¬ form immediately upon arrival of train at Frankfort This gives peo Â¬ ple on tho lino an opportunity for a pleasant ride to attend county court arriving here at 840 a m and choice of leaving at 12 noon or 4 p m Reduced Rates on Q C Reduced rates on tho certificate plan have been granted by the Queen Orescent Route for the fol- Â¬ lowing occasions For information as to rates tickets etc apply to Ticket Agents Fourth Annual Meeting Interna- Â¬ tional Association Funeral Directors Richmond Va Oct 7 to 9 National Prison Association of tho US Wcathor Prophot Foster of St Joseph Missouri mako tho following predictions A romarkablo poriod of groat storms will ocour luring the first half of Ootobor that will bo sur Â¬ passed only by thoso that will ooour in March 1802 Thoro will bo throo storm Waves during this storm poriod which will oross tho continent from west to oast along tho usual Btorm center routes Tho first of thoBO storm waves will bo moBt severe in the Mississippi valloy and tho last on tho Atlantic coast Tho first will bo duo to leave tho Paciflo coast about September 30 cross tho Rocky Alleghony valloy from October 1 to 3 and roach tho Atlantic coast about tho 4th On tho 2d tho storm wave will bo crossing tho Mississippi rivor not far from St Louis and will then bo of consider- Â¬ able forco in Illinois and Missouri Accompanying this storm wavo may bo expected tornadoes cloud- Â¬ bursts hail aud sovoro gales and within one or two davs following it killing frosts will visit most localities in latitude 30 with a strong proba- Â¬ bility of frost much further south Hurricanes will develop great forco on the North Atlantic at this time but I can not civo their exact loca tion but thoy will probably bo not lar oast ot tno west Indies Tnese hurricanes will becomo verv fierce along tho Atlantio coast from Octob er 1 to 18 These October storms will indicate what tho coming winter will be I expect very great storms from tho first of October to the last of March and if this period of storms covering the first half of October proves to bo of moro than usual forco it will indi- Â¬ cate that I have not miscalculated tho weather and we may then con- Â¬ fidently expect a very cold severe and stormy winter sotting in quite early Saturn will pass its equinox the loaf AiP l4 lnt r v r x Tiftf- inltionnn I attribute tho great increase of storms since tne middle ot last May Â¬ Tho high position attained and tho universal accoptanco and approval of tho pleasant liquid romedy Syrup of Figs aa tho moBt oxcollont laxative known illustrate tho value of tho qualities on which its success is based and aro abundantly gratifying to tho California Fig Syrup Company 4 lm nnniiirn b r oSIOWtri i Main and Broadway n tfi uu inr Real Estate Transfers Duputy Warden S O Nunn has purohasod from Mr Bon Robinson a now cottage just coraplotod on Arling- Â¬ ton Hoighta Mrs M A Solbort has purohasod from Mr M A Sullivan tho store- Â¬ room and residence on St Clair street at present occupied by Mr John Driscoll Mr Ohas F Exum has purchased from Col J Stoddard Johnston tho cottage residence on tho corner of Second and Main streets South XjZEinTTOILrT ZESTS Frankfort Special Auouucenicnt We have made arrangements with Dr B J Kendall Co publishers of A Treatise on the Horse and his Disease which will onablo all our subscribers to obtain a copy of that valuable work free by sending their address enclosing a two cent stamp for mailing same to Dr B J Kendall Co Enosburgh Fall Vt This book is now recognized as Btandard author- Â¬ ity upon all diseases of tho horse as its phenomenal sale attests over four million copies having been sold in the past ten years a sale never before reached by any publication in tho same period of time Wo feel con- Â¬ fident that our patrons will appreci Â¬ ate the work and be glad to avail themselves of this opportunity of obtaining a valuable book It is necessary that you mention this paper in sending for tho Treat- Â¬ ise This offer will remain open for only a short time Â¬ 3i S etc 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 Pittsburg Pa Oct 10 to 16 Laondrymens National Association Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria - St Louis Mo Oct 13 to 15 Encampment Union National Veterans Legion Reading Pa Oct 13 to 15 Pan American Congress Human Freedom League Philadelphia Oct 12 to 13 Catholic Young Mens National Union Philadelphia Oct 6 to 8 Capt W A Abbott who has long been with Messrs Percival Hat ton Real Estate and Insurance Brokers Des Moines Iowa and is one of the best known and most re- Â¬ spected business men in that city says I can testify to the good qualities of Chamberlains Cough Remedy Having used it in my fami- Â¬ ly for the past eight years I can safely say it has no equal for either 50 cent bottles for colds or croup sale by J W Gayle 52 lm Fairview Pool Privileges Messrs Hill Doehrer of Paris have rented the pool privileges for 8 oclock the trotting races next week Pools D L Howers and J A will be sold at the track each day have been in this community Stucker several and at tho Capital Hotel at night times recently Mr W J Riner attended the Teachers Institute last Wednesday Ages Sages and Wages daughters you can keep them all well by very simple means Let them use Dr Pierces Favorite Prescrip- Â¬ tion It is good for women of all ages You will not need to spend all your wages for it Those ancient sages the M Ds of a century since did nothing but dose and bleed their patients we do better to day Wo use Dr Pierces remedies For womankind Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription is simply indispensable The young girl needs its strengthening help at that critical period when she is blossoming into womanhood The matron and mother And in it invigor ation and relief from the numorous ills whioh besot their existence And ladies well advanced in yearB univer- Â¬ sally acknowledge tho revivifying ond restorativo effects of this favorite and standard romedy Blan Powers 68 Emma Herndon 93 new store where we will bo glad to Iva Riner 93 Jennie Shoush 91 wait on them as usual 45 tf O E Collins Bito John Hieatt 88 Nellie Powers 87 Rochio Storts 88 Minnie Herndon 90 M BE ATT Y Newel Thomsom 94 Anna Riner 89 Florence Riddle 91 Susie Hieatt 90 Attorney at Law 6V Heal Estate Agl Bertha Powers 87 BEATTYVILLE LEE CO G D Hancock BREATHITT WOLFE Mr John Thompson has been un- Â¬ PRACTICES IN LEE Powell Clay and other well for sometime counties Sept 5 U Little Bertha Powers who has been on the sick list is out again Administrators Notice Wo feel deeply grioved to learn of the death olMr OwenTapp a promi nent citizen of this county lNDhBlED ALL PERSONSbams deceased TO THE ESTVTE Joseph are hereb nott Tho Misses Hamilton of ML tieu to come forward and settle at once and all persons estate said Sterling who have been in this neigh- Â¬ tlocadeutHaving clulnis atulnst thethe sameofprop are nq Jested to preteat borhood havereturned home eily proven uecuiduij to law tor utttiouiuut on lbJl School opens Monday morning at or before tlie Istot December B b LYONS Report of Fairriew Public School Conic and See Us James L Shoush 86 IanorahBotldns 95 88 Prucilla Chester Herndon We have closed the store on Mar Thompson 83 Ira Tracy 82 L 0 transferred all our Botkins 03 Raymond Quire 73 Joe ket streetto and store on business the corner of Hieatt 92 Geo Thompson 92 Lou Main and tho Lewis streets opposite Hieatt 72 Sam Riner 83 LulaStorts Farmers Bank We invite all of our 72 Oscar Shoush 91 Sue Powers 65 Virgil Blifford 94 Clara Herndon 92 old customers to call on us at our Â¬ You will have until Oct your city taxes 13 to pay l 4t C F BBOWER Wall Paper CO Draperies Carpets Furniture wmmmaBmmmmcHmmmmmmmmmmmmBmmammmmmmmmmmaammmmmmmm J A SURE ORES NOTHING BUT AND CERTAIN CURE KNOWN FOR 15 COi PILESAS YEARS ST LOUIS M0 pttl gea to fPREPAREDBY R1CHARD50N THE BEST REMEDYFOR PILES TAYL0H MED NOtMM j o Bn mra n JP eem FSWi m Sept iW lm Ailmr Jos aains deceased Administrators Notice ADMINISTRATOR HAVING QUALIFIED lato Miss Man A Gayle all persons knowing tlienisehes indebted to her estate are requested to eomo forward and ettlo and those having claims again tt the same are requested to present tbem to me properh proven us required by law GEUIUJE L PAYNh Oct 3 m Administrator AS Tx50j 7frr VfJjKnP mRrjftiEr KKSflSSvPAM wall rTuftJjSiS grSj I JS rn If you have a wife and A half-a-doze- n Excursion Rates OTinl03 LJl lIlliTOsaJJliiiwltw -- I 1 Case Hickory Grou Frtnn homo Uuciuc Wis taj b Atti ti In n ati luncn OI jcura standing lrom J ncui dd lilij T 5 ultt threo applications of of Mr- - j or luoun rcmedj I rcmoil u wo N will sell round trip The L tickets to St Louis Mo October 4th to 9th inclusive good to return until and on Ootobor 13th at one faro On B account of Fair and Exposition On account of tho Trotting Races Successor to Parkers Transfer line Dim 4 ccin win sen rounu crip cicic ets to Frankfort at one fare October HAULING OF ALL KINDS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO 6th 7ih and 8th good returning un- Â¬ C FECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO MOVING til October 9th O heavy lrelutit and funlturo OIHceatLit s Tickets will bo sold from all sta depot Oct a 2m L Division and K O tions onL C Railway KENTUCKYS GREAT TROTS W W Alexander Agent P LILLIS IUs tho best preparation I hnoe or tied or hand r I lcartly recommend It to ulllioriCL cx 5 IULlflMWtlsfefc S jrvj iva huid cilaoutch tcatxmoniati bv AlOV 3 fijtAiivv hKcHIHIGSO Qv PrlceSl50 iter liotlc Ash jour druggist far It Iflo X does not Kwpluc ulusi5cfctHmpjorhllvirfortrUlcx rfDlUtEdOV MHiliaSb CO Wliitcliall N Y rfrMTRADK mahic A v U UDDY pNMsjiHmffFn i pjffi FOR LOW PRICES CA LL ON- - Â¬ C E COLLINS Cemeaii Ghas Oils BRCX M Belting Sash Hardware Wal Paoer and Decorationslime Piaster nd Advertised Letters Below will be found n list of advertised letters for tho week ondiiifj Oct 8dt 1891 Alsop MIsh Preston Minon W T Bell Mien Ellii Miunur Thomas Barlow Uonry Milliner Chits Buohor John Morton Jus Bonnot Leo Miller Miss Pearl Eutucfy Trotting Horss Mm ASSOCIATION Oct 12 13 Eosrs Slir iM cScs Piials cs Xo Hpssj Iron c3er Sliot anci Sls alla ALSO A FULL LINE OF The Fires Tho usual fall Are alarms have boon coming rapidly this week About two oclock Monday morn- Â¬ ing tho roof of a small building on tho alloy in tho rear of tho First Presby terian Church was burned off Monday afternoon tho roof of Mrs S P on Sholby Browders residence street took fire but was extinguish Â¬ ed without much damage Tuosday night a littlq after 10 oolock a small flro was discovered in tho kitchen of Mrs Luoy Duvall on Main street but it too was extinguished without much damage being done Wednes Â¬ day evening about 7 oolook tho roof of Miss Margarot Campbells real donoo took fire and tho fiamoa woro also oxtinguishod boforo any damago of conBoquenco was dono To all of those alarms tho firo department re sponded promptly but throw water Only in tho first instance Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Sewer and Fins 141516171891 1000 1LG0 lZGi Pipe and Rack ialh 1AIN AND LEWIS 13 1 Diokson W V Duffy Authnr Dillon Miss Mary Erdrann Mis O Q Grun Clay Unrdoner V G Hutohson John Johnson Miss Isa- - Puroh Hounnn Reed Miss Addio Ruy Bnmuol Spnlding llonry Tnonns E D Tumor Wosloy VimMotor Mlas Eva Viindorvoor E V Monday Octoiikic 12 Loxlnston Stakes estimated 2 1H Class Pacini Imso Kentnckj Stakes threeoea oltlsfostmmtedl 2 J3 Class trottlig Iuiso TUFttDA urrmitit la Trimtultitnlii Stake 1 20 Clans Blue Grass Stakes 2aj Class trottliif Purse STREET 1C00 IT-- JKFORT KENTUCKY 50lfl 1G00 COO 1760 1 W0 I V Tiiuiwmv uutoiikv Fiee for nil tiottlm Puiso 1000 2 22Clas8 pacing imso lfilti Bonner Staked threo j ear olds estimated 2230 Letcher WR eligible to 2 30 Class trotting When calling for those letters any ftd Pnrse ouu 1wiiAY Ocroiitit 10 vortisod Purse 1C00 215 Class pacing 2 000 J M BAiiriibL Woodburn Stakes four- - oawolds 2500 loliustou Stake Stallions Postmaster Tlireojonr ouis eiigime to z u ciass rurso ooo OOTOIIHU 17 HArUMHY 2 21 Class trotting Purso 1600 Hnrlc 2 20 Class trotiliiL Pmse 1 COO Purse 1000 217 Class Uniting UKHLMUKH ami MrB J Troaoy of Loxington says Amiorenn on 1st alumni rs he Ultlpll wiiMm stake f meat As to tho merits of Quinna Oint Â¬ uiulVnllsui vs dai 8paiksoi2dilar5000mid tho Ir da ment I regard it as a vory groat sat Â¬ great attractions evory Kl A TIPTON So isfaction For Curbs Splints Spa Loxington Ky P P JOHNSTON viuB Windpuffs or any buuohos It is President invaluable Sept 2G 3t bolla Woolfolk llonry Jaokflon Miss Mnry Williams Susie R Wood W 1 Kin FG Lane Jumos T Wily Mrs Wiliio Lovo Riohnrd Whitliu W II rree 2 ID 2 20 class trotliiK Class WMINMlIU for all nncliU ILTOUHt 11 tiottiu r Pmselux Iuiso 1 Purse 11 If Anil -- opsucaria-A-nii- LAASSEN j IN- - umber Gas Fixtures GasSteam Fitter AND DEALER Aslilnud Farm Bath Tubs Sinks Ciosets GUARANTEED Iu roar of Salondors Grooory FRANKFORT KENTUCKY PIPE AND FITTINGS BTO STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO JOB AND CONTRACT WORK ALL WORK 1 RLslIzg a KTote G oods JLn5 Call and See tlie rnaJ wJLa mJLm 55 wJLm Ja attf b IKw Tin Buckets OneQt Two Qt 5 5 d3a Coffee Pots Out Ot Two Qi 5 ci- Porcelain Kettles Four Qt 0 35 45 55 4 cts cts 10 15 SixQt Eight Qt Ten Qt Twelve Qt Fourteen Qt Sixteen Qt Twenty Qt 1 1 Three Qt Pour Qt Six Qt Eight Qt Ten Qt io cts io cts 15 60 6 70 00 10 cts cts ctsi cts Three Qt Four Qt 20 cts 20 cts 15 DISH PANS 10 qt 20c 14qt 25c 17 qt 30c Gaolin and Gas Stoves Hefrigerators and Water Coolers AT COST Religious We would be greatly obliged to the ministers and ofHcets ol churches in the city if they would furnish us with any announcement which they may wish DANGEROUSLY WOUNDED PUC 3E3E J Kentucky Central Railway BLUB GRASS ROUTE Sliortcstand Quickest ruuteriom Another made Upon Shooting Excursion Train an OMNTUA1 TO KICNTUCKY AIL IOHITS Methodist Church Rev H Q Henderson will preach to morrow morning at 11 oclock and in the evening at 730 In the evening Mr Henderson will Observations on my lecture on Southern Trip The young men of the city are especially invited The Sunday school convenes at 930 a m The Epworth League will meet in 4he class room at 7 oclock p m Mr Darsie preaches at Bridgeport Christian Church to morrow evening at 3 oclock Â¬ A Lady the Victim The train which left Louisville Thursday night after the parade of the Satellites of Mercury was crowded and people were standing up in the aisles In one of the cars in which were a number of Frankfort people a negro man was sitting in a ohair while white ladies were stand Â¬ ing up near him A white man went to him and asked him to give a lady the chair which he refused to do and the two had some words about it the negro finally getting up and going out upon the forward platform but in a few minutes after when the train was about seven miles out from Louisville opened the door of the car aimed a pistol in the direction of where the white man had been stand ing and fired the ball striking Miss Tenie McEwau of this city in the face passing through her left cheek and lodging in her nook inflicting a dangerous wound She was sitting in a seat with her sister Miss Carrie McEwan and Mr Owen Furr and was leaning forward when shot the ball a 32 calibre ranging down The negro jumped from the train and made his escape after firing the shot At Lagrange a physician was called in and staunched the flow of blood from the wound and Miss McEwan was brought to her homo in this city whore she is lying in a critical condition and is suffering groat pain This thing of people being Bhot and killed upon excursion trains is becoming entirely too common and the railroad companies owe it to their patrons to take vigorous steps towards putting a stop to it Such trains should bo provided with officers em- Â¬ powered with authority to make ar Â¬ rests at any point upon the line and men found to bo under the influence of liquor should promptly be put off Â¬ ffilH EAST Southern Presbyterian Church Rev W G Neville will occupy his pulpit at 11 a m and 730 p m Mr Neville will also preach to the children at 330 in the afternoon All the children of the city invited to attend Church The communion of the Lords Supper will be administered at 11 oclock a m to morrow preparatory services at 11 oclock this morning the usual services at 730 to morrow Â¬ First Presbyterian Â¬ evening conducted by Rev Olusky Blayney D D J Mc Rev W S Giltner of Eminence will preach at the Pleasant Hill Christian Church this evening at 7 oclock and to morrow morning at JL1 Nothing like it crurns Dr Pierces Favorite Prescrip Â¬ OF tion Its as peculiar in its compo- Â¬ LOSS sition as in its ourative effects in Indigestion Dyspepsia Nausea all the diseases and disorders that Sour Stomach Sleeplessness afflict womankind Its a legitimate Headache Nervous Pros- Â¬ Â¬ medicine an invigorating restoratration Neuralgia Pal- Â¬ tive tonic a soothing and strength- Â¬ pitation of the Heart ening nervine and a positive rem- Â¬ Loss of Energy edy for female weaknesses and Weakness of Back Foelings of disturb- Â¬ All functional ailments Languor and Lassitude Gen- Â¬ ances irregularities and derange- Â¬ eral Debility La Grippe Theres ments are cured by it Etc Etc nothing like it in tho way it acts Iu use for 25 years by eminent physloinns Â¬ nothing like it in tho way theres surgeons United State and proits sold Its guaranteed to give and wberelu tbetho best TONICit extant nounced by them all others fall Try and be It cures satisfaction in every case or the convinced Asfc your Druggist for It money paid for it is promptly re- Â¬ funded PRICE 100 PER BOTTIaE Read the guarantee on tho wrap Â¬ CO and Proprs Maris J ED RAY per ICY You lose nothing if it doesnt help you but it will Sole Agent The system is invigorated tho W H AVERILL blood enriched digestion improved Ky Frankfort June 13 1 melancholy and nervousness dis Â¬ pelled Its a legitimate medioine the only one thats guaranteed to AMiiistrators Mice give satisfaction in the euro of all female complaints person having clulms against tho estate of OpSl l0f AND 1J SOUTHWEST FAST LINE I1ETWEEN LEXINGTON CINCINNATI 1891 TONIC SEOULE Souin liound IN EFFECT MAY 10TII too 3 Accom Dally Expiesb fust line Lx bun Dally Nol No 5 Daily APPETITE Falmoutn Cynthiani Arr Pans Lexington Lv Paris Arr Winchester Lyo Winchester Arr Kichmond Lve Richmond Lve Berea ArrLivingston Lvo Livingston Lve London Arr Corbln LveCorbln Le Uarbrvllle He Plnevllle LveMlddlesbh ArrCumb Gap Arr Jelllco Lve Kichmond Lve Lancaster Arr Stanford North Bound Lve Corbln Lve Wllllasbg Le Cincinnati Lveuovington 810am SOOpiu 8 00pm aiBjin bOapin BOoput J46am Jitmm 4 8Zpm 114X1111 JWpm 6Stpin ltjam 1023piu 1 lUpm llUnu H OOpni 7Upm 6 loptii n iBain 12 10I1H 12 40pui 1 7 600pm 05pm 35pni 185pm 205pm 8 U5pill 316pm 4 09pm 4 50pm 5 00pm 5 52pm b 41pm 50pm 60pm 5 45pm 0 20pm 150pm 4 45pm 520pm 7 4 755pm 785pw Initio Express Hcvg S Sg No 2 Daily Mn nnv 4 Ex bun No 6 Dally Arr Kichmond Lve Stanford Lancaster Tie Central Normal Sclocl The Sunday school Teachers union meeting will be held in the lecture room of the First Presbyterian Church next Tuesday afternoon at 4 oclock instead of 730 TLEASlRFVlLLE KY OPKNS FIRST TUES Jl day In September 1891 Address J B SECRE3T Pres July4 Sni William Deun v 111 present the same to me Arr Coriiln pnnen according to law before September 1st Lve Cumb Gap 1031 All pirfiOIlS KUOWlUK uiuiiiocmoa iimouw Mlddlesbh to the estate of said decedent are requested to Lve PJiiovllUv Lve Lve Barbivllle JOS TSTAT EN Arrcprblu Almlul tritorWm Dean deed Lve Crbln Lve London Arr Livingston Lve Livingston LveMerea Arr Richmond Lvet0V Lve Wllllasbg tS 2 q c 3 g g in 151m 15ain 8 60am 9 35am c Warn 6 58am 7 47am 8 85am 9 25am 9 45aml 10 21am 11 05am 11 15tm 12 IGnn 124Gpm 7 7 00am 50am - s5 c I 3a h Farm For Sale t ill T Rev R O Oraig of Louisville will occupy the pulpit at Ascension Church morning at 11 oclock and at 730 the train p m as usual A man white or black who draws Baptist OnuROii Sunday school at a pistol or attempts to use the 330 in the chapel Public worship at same in acar where there are women 11 and 730 Pastor W O Taylor will and ohildren deserves to bo thrown preaoh and Prof Wayland Graham from the window while the train is at will have charge of the muBic at both full speed or hung from the platform Such brutes are not fit to livo and services the world would bo bettor off the Catholic Church The usual ser- Â¬ moment thoy are sent out of it Tho wounded young lady is a vices at the Church of the Good Shepherd to morrow will bo conduct- Â¬ daughter of the late Alex MoEwan ed by Rev Father Gorey the pastor and a sister of Rov W L MoEwan First mass at 8 a m second mass of Wilmington Dolaware at 1030 a m Vespers at 3 p m Episcopal Church 7 TrKMDAUSllk femVlNCURElM t UVKKY Allil ll UAlfiU AI OUU iu It otul iii on Kv Midland It It about two is iur ame uueup IlllieS faiSl UI lruilKIurt AI he pla acres but may be cent ilus about one of about 25 acres divided Into two pieces Foi terms niwl to with tin dwelling KllANK CHINN Frankfort Ky Aug 6 tf Lve Richmond milK 1 Arr Paris Lve Lexington Arr Paris Lve Cynthiana Lve Falmouth Lva Winchester ArrWInche8ter 6 OffifflSft as It Is certain in Its effects and docs not blister Road proof below ered Arr Covington Arr Cincinnati MAYSVILLE IJRANCH No 10 Daily North Bound Ex Sun Lve Lexington Lve Paris Arr Millersburg Arr Carlisle Arr Johnson Arr Maysville South Bound Lve Lve G55am 1 40pm 7 10am 1 58pm 7 45am 2 83pm 7 00am 2 00pm 8 45pm 7 5Sam 2 45pm 4 25pm 8 24am 3 15pm 4 48pm 410pm 580pm 9 23im 10 4Jam 540pm fl37pm 10 65dm 5 6tpm G 45pm 05un 124pm Cincinnati Covington 1 Tho Most Successful Remedy over dlscor Kendalls Spavin Cure BtiEimooD lid May 2 M Dn I J Kkhdait Co Qents Alout threo years naa I wrote to yoti I owned who had a Spavin I usod nbout a horso It six bottles ot your Kendalls Bpavlu Cure and to roads a complete Cure 1 have recommended It others who have usod It with like suoooss ExSun 3 00pm SOGprn 7 00 a in 620pm 7 55 n m Gl5pm 38 pin 8 18 u in 8 40am 700pm 9 84 u in 754pm 1010am 880 pm G No 13 Daily ExSun No 9 Daily No lias AHHia S KinwiMOX Seal Skin Rev Georgo IDareiQ will occupy his pulpit at 11 and 730 as usual Young Peoples Sooiety of Christian Endeavor will hold their weekly pray Â¬ er mooting in the Lecture room at 7p m Mr Darsie proaohos every night of the coming week at 730 Christian Church Remember we are agents for one of tho most reliable houses in Cincin- Â¬ nati on seal cloaks and will submit samples and prices for examination 2 Kendalls Spavin Cure Linden Warren Co Viu Juno 22 1889 Dn U J Kbmdalz Coj Dear Blrs I must say that I onco tried n bottU of your Kondalls Spavin Cure on a tlirto y ear old colt and It entirely removed a bono spavin and removing It Tho bottle I did no use an theyears Invery sound and has old horse Is six or soven done hard work all of tho time Kingston Salisbury E ltespcctf ully yours tf WEITZEL ODONNELL Darbys Prophylactic 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 Yorlc says am convinced that Prof Darbys Prophylactic Fluid is a most valu 21 able disinfectant Â¬ Useitineverysiclc rooni Will Kendalls Spavin Cure Columma Ala July 31 1899 J Kendall Co i a cuts I have effectually remotod ono caso of bono Bpiivtii with your Kendalls Spavin Ouro I cheerfully recommeud It to ull R O Kniout Respectfully Dn D Frlco 1 per bottlo or slxb sJles for 3 All drug or It will bo sent gists havo It or can get It for to any address on receipt of pVco by tho propria tors DR B J KENDALL CO 5 20 am Lve Maysville 5 57 a m Lve Johnson 0 60 a m Lve Carlisle 7 16 a m HTB3T AND QUICKEST ME Lve Millersburg 7 40 am Arr Pans 8 28 a m 7 00pm lo Hew Orleans Arr Lexington Georgstown 10 49 a in fi37pra Arr Covington 10 55 a m 0 45 pm Arr Cincinnati W LMUN80N Trav rnss Agt Time 25 Hours InclnnatI O Couche Oisr 8 trim Oic nttre rnH C P ATMORE 8 R- - KNOTT Gen Pass Agt through without change Manager Sleepers run Tralllo General Ofllces Louisville Ky TlIK 8H0BTK3T AND QUICKEST S F R MORSE Asst Genl Pass Agt Ala Ofllco Chamber ofCommercoBldg Cincinnati O Georgetown to Jacksonville No 1 Daily to nil points oxcept Rowland Divi Â¬ Time 26 Hours sion which Is dally oxcept Sunday No 2 Runs dally from Lexington to Clneln ohango The Short Througl Moepors without natl iiouctftcenuiiicinnaunuii Ky Time 2Mi Hours Nol Runsdally Lhxinoton No 4 Runs dally from all stntlons except the Tknm KNOXVIbLK 17 Rowland Division which Is dally except Sunday N0 ASHUVIbLK il ExSun 160pm 227 pm 820pm 8 45pm 410pm Daily 11 OlUrTANOOOATKNN ATLANTA Rev W O Taylor will preaoh at tho West End Sohool liouso According to the afternoon airrangomont made by the ministers it is Rov W G Nevilles appoint Â¬ ment but as ho has an afternoon service at his own Church Mr Tay Â¬ lor has agreed to fill the appoint Â¬ ment for him pom r Toxin lu am Mexico and dillforn u Le e Frunkfort via Kentucky M iltand Rftllwny eo town 515 a in iirrlvoOIiclnnat 11020 via Quicker tlmn uny othor line ml irin fnninntlnliH lit r T Oiii 1 11 15 No 0 No 6 Dally oxcopt Sunday runs dally between Cincinnati and Lox- - NfUV 10 OrlnUllH 1111 SbreVO Depot Cincinnati Alltuun irrlv at deimrtfromContrnlUnloB rRutos1MulsVA0KndWooLLEYf Travollng Pass Agt Lexington Ky Eno8burgli Foils Vermont AmjMy CC mitVEY Woe Pwi O O KDWAHD8 CINCINNATI 0 0P No 11 Paris and Lexington Accommodation dally Leaves Loxlngfon 1000 a in Arrives Paris lOiou m Loaves No 7 Falmouth Accommodation Arrlvos Falmouth Cincinnati 545 p m m dally except Sunduy 740p Arrives Cin Â¬ No 8 -- Loaves Falmouth 0 a m cinnati 765 a 111 dally except Sunday 3 make connections tit Winchester Nos land M V Ry E D for points on the NN No 1 Carries through cars from Cincinnati to Mlddlesborough mid Cumberland Gap and all In TA texnedlate stations and runs dully aiwrjwwMiiitiwiuujJMmiixiuMuiuiMiujuwiumia UlUiUJuVIUClUK WlTAVUXnJilVUUAJUiJUinMZBBVI Ba Tr r 13 v i a nnric most afLer prices and offer this no brilliant language to roach the public Every offer is bona fide and the goods are for sale at the prices named etc etc WE have one of the largest Tailoring Establishments in Kentucky and we can show one of the largest stock of goods Our new Our fall and winter attractive in pi ice quality and assoitment of styles and colors ma fall Count for all The goods we week need stock of piece goods is unusually kr E3nOTlMEEtt3ElX33l Roiiisr to Louisville ticket agent at the Mr Frank L Craft who has been N Station in L W dks UT H Wr iF IT i Now is I Are beauties to behold A r DIAMOND HUDSOOT The Mired Farm Hand P BKHTWTB LVTK3T POETIC KFFUSI0N Z1 We want to call your attention to our unutnlly targe line of Fall Oveicoats We have them in light or dark colors and at all prices Call and see wht a rcat amount of style you can get for a small amount of money time to wear them the n A iWWffrgT I A H2stesy Explained Thoro Is no hlroJ farm hand beneath the clouds Thiithenr8 the wild mule kick and paw as ho dreams As ho turns orer thegol len stubble clods Bumblo bees upon his buck put their wads Hired farm lunds are often called tramps Many a ono looks or work until he crimpa Our tiavlour h id no pi ico to lar ids head ml a farm hand Is cha rd until he Is dead The hired man sees morning stars bring setting i i K Guarantee Dr Ackers Blood Elbrir Wonderful Production for it has boon fully demonstrated to tho people of this country that it is oiipeiior to all other preparations for 3lood diseases It is a positive cure for jjphilitic poisoning Ulcers Erup md Pimples It purines the iinii system vhoo and thoroughly builds up the constitution 9 J W Gayle Druggist onel wished to file off the edges and Cnn the fair bluo Heavens tell the poor man to trim up the corners before giving it To Revise tiie Statutes must not Andlnthe purple twilight you his brow despise to the public but it goes off this Wheh the purple Ueavons cool will week in groat shape Nothing like be no row moon falls there And the sliver The following gentlemen were apWhen deaths musical voice lilies htm from the it was ever seen before and is written pointed by Gov Brown on Wednes- Â¬ restless twilight cheer his grave at in a style exclusively the Colonels And tho golden plumed birds day to revise the Statute laws of the And the sleeping oceans moonlight that steals and upon which ho has a copy right State bo that they will conform to the Read it It is a blooming daisy won- Â¬ new Constitution Hon John D Where the ancela oIce will meet him like a derful to behold tlctured grove Carroll of Henry county Hon W DllMOMD P BENTLEV 0 McOhord of Washington county Married and J C Sims Esq of Warren county Tiie New City Directory Tno two former wore members of the DAY At of tho The new Oity Directory compiled brides THOMPSON J ettstho residence on Wed late Constitutional Convention parents neir this county nesday by Mr John B Dryden will be ready slo Mr SeptembarS 1891 by Rev George Dir Ounlel M Day and Miss M idolu 1 hornp for delivery in the next few days son MORPIS It is very complete containing a Howard PENiV At the resldtuco of W A Mr in A great deal of information which will Morris and this city OctU 1st 18y both at MScott When Baby was sick wo gavo her Castoria Miss Lizzie Itnn bo of value to onr merchant arid cjuuty Itev Thomas J Stevenson officiating When she was a Child she cried for Castoria citizens generally If you have not When she became Miss she clung to Castoria Died do so now aa subscribed for a copy When she had Children sho gavo them Castoria only a limited number will bo issued ROBINSON At the residence of hlspirents Â¬ Â¬ And his feet with the purple clouds are on tho Thcfiiired mans night stars m ike the twilight Â¬ And hof els sleeping winds before he goes to bod Whv Is the hired farm bnnd always kept back go with the sweet r eh In the h ick And never day Look at the hired dude headed clerk tosway That flock am inzst the rich to have a with the rich The preachers always eat chicten 6 And the poor man they often shun If they wn n beat The poor man will always be called A When scorn and pride will bo laid beneath our WhenV poor man under the moonlight sod falls According to promise we publish calls The rich give him or her manypurple garb dies in another column the latest pome But when the rich inan In his Tho large crowd meets upon the lloery green from the pen of the only Col find cries Whore the Jury with trembling hands upraised Diamond Bentley It has been de- Â¬ They often make a verdict that Gal never pnlsed the collar Where the poor man Is led to jllby rattling dol- - layed for several weeks as the Col- Â¬ And tho rich man Is cleared with his Tho papers contain frequent noticoc of rich pretty and educated girls eloping with negroes tramps and coachmen Tno well known special Â¬ ist Dr Franklin Miles says all suoh girls are more or Iob hysterical ner vous very impulsive unbalanced usually subject to headache neuralgia sleeplessness immoderate crying t laughing These show a weak nervous system for which there is no remedy equal to Restorative Nervine Trial bottles and a fine book contain- Â¬ ing many marvelous cures free at J W Gayles who ulso sells and guar antees Dr Miles celebrated New Heart Cure tho finest of heart tonics rJures fluttering short breath etc Â¬ jiJBIJLcycies Tin I this city for some time will leave for Louisville this morning to take charge of the ticket office at the station corner of First and Water streets in that city to which position he has been appointed by Mr E P Bryan Superintentent of Terminal Facil- Â¬ ities We are sorry to see so polite and accommodating gentleman go away from us but are glad to know that he gets a much better position Silt in the 5 for 8125 Spring Fnmt not Stiff Cheaper Ones if Wanted AMERICAN RAM- Agents GRUTGHER ROBERTS BLERS for CHAMPIONS and CYCLE SUNDRIES FRANKFORT KY jm jm ReqiuredofResponsible His Twenty sixth Recular VIslM k mt or s t Treatment w No Money Parties to Commence WE CAN AND DO I Miles Nerve and Liver Pills w w Act on a now prinoiplo -- regulating the liver stomach and bowels though Dr the nerves A now discovery Miles Pills Bpeedily cure biliousness piles constipabad taste torpid liver tion 60 Â¬ 1 v4iirn Splendid for men women and Qtvinllnaf If J Will be Out Next Week doses for 25 cents Samples free at For stylish and pretty dress goods 4D iy W Gaylea Franlciort Ky call and see our line 2 mllfloflt miront near this city on Wednesd ly SaptoiuwH lr 91 Willis Robinson Json of W B Robinson Esq WILSON In LouisWIlo on Thursday faeptem ber23 1691 Dr J C Wilson formerly of this county nud recently a resident of BUlepoliit TAPP At his residence in this county on Mon Â¬ day September 28 lb91 Mr Owen Tapp it high Â¬ ly respected citizen aged 68 years The funeral services were conducted lnes day Sept Slat by Rev Thos J teenson De Â¬ ceased was a prominent member of South Ben son Baptist Church tf WeitzelODonnell i i m if I I IB Hi s tw Iff Hk You 2 tf WEITZEL ODONNELL Mr W L Coppersmith the jeweler vinegarcan buy Scoflelds pure apple for the same price that you to bed for tho who has been confined for an ordinary article and it is cottage of For rent past month is now oonvaloBont and nnnitely better For salo only by three rooms A brick hill opposite Gayle Co South John L Scouts on the hopes to bo able to attend to business tho LeOompto residence Possession Side 3 tf given Sept 7th Apply to by the middle of noxt week To the Henry Godber 51 tf Â¬ friends who left work with him beKentucky Hospitality fore ho waB taken siok and to which Watches clocks and jewelry of he was unable to attend on account Tho world has admired thiB standard brand at Coppersmiths be Â¬ of illnesB ho wishes to say that ho favored spot of oarth not alone on sides sold at deadroofc prices 234 account of horses hopes thoy will not fail to call in tho women andher fine whisky beautiful St Clair street 45 ly good but her m future when ho guarantees to give unparalleled hospitality has become For Sale A stock of groceries a thom good work and prompt atten- Â¬ historio but her good people havo Call on Tho good stand and cheap rent He has had quite a sovero at Â¬ boon humbugged too often tion M T Mitchell most prominent and best tack of fovor but is now on rising country havo given Royal men in this 3 lm Frankfort Ky Gormoturo ground and will soon bo all right its wonderful reputation Dont again Dont forgot him when you suffer relief oan bo had by getting Do not forget wo keep tho best Wil- Â¬ fast black hose at tho lowest price of this remedy from Chapman have work in hiB lino 2 liams any firm in our city Pronounced Hopeless Yet 2 tf WEITZEL ODONNELL Mrs M Helm is proparod to do Saved dressmaking at tho Forks of Elkhorn From a lottor wrltton by Mrs Ada She guarantees satisfaction in style PROF SiGNOR BLITZ and fit Prices reasonable E Hurd of Groton S D we quote Was takon with a bad cold which Bottled on my Lungs cough sot in TEACHER OF MUSIC FOR Buckleus Arnica Salve and finally terminated in Oomsump The best salve in the world foi tion Four doctors gave mo up say Â¬ ing I could llvo but a short time I Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt gave myself up to my Saviour de Â¬ Rheum Instructions given on eithei instrument l4ever Sores Tetter termined if I could not stay with my Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns practically and thoroughly meet my friends on oarth I would FOR absent ones above My husband was and all Skin Eruptions and posi- Â¬ advlsod to got Dr Kings New Dis- tively cures Piles or no pay re- Â¬ covery for Uomsumption Cough and quired It is guaranteed to give Colds Igavo it a trial took in all Apply nt eight bottles it has cured mo and perfect satisfaction or money re Price 25 cents per box thank God I am now a well and funded Trial bottles free hearty woman STREET 223 MAIN at Phil Carpenters Drug Storo For sale by South Side drug store P H Carpenter 5 iy Sept 10 lin 45 Oo and 100 regular prioo Mr W T Wiley 146 Chambers St 3BC IMC New York City says that Ayers Sar The vrell kmwn SURGEON niil SPECIALIST of Cincinnati 0 formerly Resi Â¬ saparilla cured him of a day and the Philadelphia General Hospital and Physician-in-Ohaiici- e scaly humor from which he had suff- dent Piiscian of Medical of the Onio Institute has for thirty years devoted his attention to ered intolerably He adds I have the tieutment not now a blemish on my body and an Bronchitis of CHRONIC NERVOUS FEMALE AND SURGICAL DISEASES such Catarrh Cough Rheumatism all diseases of tho Stomach Bowois my cure is wholly due to Ayers Sar Rectum Liver Kidneys Bladder Sexual Organs Heart Nerves and Brain diseases oaparilla of tho Eye and Ear Deformities etc HE WILL BE AT THE Ladies misses and childrens un derwaro all sizes at the very lowest price O BOGMAN CAPITAL HOTEL 2HTConsultatioM FEANKFORT KY WEDNESDAY OCT And every fourth utek therealter CONSULTATION ami Hxaminatop 28 Fret Violin and Piano and Â¬ Tuition Hours Returning Every Fourth Woefc Thereat ter AND EXAMINATION IS ho will promptly tell v0 ana thu prospects of u cure FKEfcniid Jhe undertakes no incurable cases with LA1IB ntulatod tnu any of tho ills peculiar to their sex mny consult him with perÂ¬ fect coutldeiice and usMirnnco of certain relief and permauont cure Their ruses will iccelvti that Kind mid conoldornto intention whloh all will appreciate His treatment always pi eves satisfactory lnual tieatment is seldom uecossur Otaviun Tumors lu their earlier stages cuied v lthout palu or Instrumental lute feronce Sterility Is usually tho result of carelosiness or Ignorance It cu bo romedlod epilepsy or lit cured by a nevei falllug troatmont neatness many cases can bo cured minors permanently romoved Horn the most dollcato orgnns by our own poculla mrthod little or no pain no loss 01 blood nokulfooi caustic the only positive cure Stricture Varicocele EUyiirocoic MpnrmntorrCicn and all uiumturui dlsoharKea ljeunaiiontly cured MiN of nil ngos who Buffer from IndiBorotlonsnndoxcessesvlll bonetltby and tiinitmont If thov obsorvo cortaln ecdlinontfl in tho urlno or Irritation of ourcoiuisol tho urinary orjfans thov should consult us without delay We restore all such cases Thdootor treats with unialllnc BUCooRSall forms of Rectal DIhchkc such as VI lea fistula 1 Ixsuro and Ulconinon of tho Ituwel by a method of his own dlscovory without pain or dotontlon fiom business lie guarantees all cases IJurJy Interlcrcnco la considered tho best of Judgmout In all cases and saves tlmo mowcy and health Tho success attained In the treatment of tho eabos which ho makes his spoclalty Is truly pho rfomonal Wontlflrf ul turci haye been oiTootod In old and dlflloult casos whloh hayo baflled tho otlortsof all others As his rooms aro usually orowdod It is hotter to call early In tho day to avoid bolng diiayod Ppjsons consulting him Bhould bring from two to four ounces of their urlno in a clean bottlo for examination Patients treated by mall or evpruss but when nosslblo personal consultation lu profor able List of quostlouasontoiuippllcatlon All Consultations Corrospoailoncoj and Casos Strictly Confidential Treatment sont C O D to ay part of tho Unltod Status and Canada Address urith postage for rtpty Dr 0 H BOGMAZf Soy 703 Cincinnati ull about you diBtiU80 a I IMOUU1 m CRUTCHER -- STAR Mens Boys How Ready yyitli t lxe largest and greatest line of If Mens Boys and Childrens Ciothin Childrens and Ladies Shoe tnS HM E ver3r T7a rlet3r CoxicelveLtole and DPrlces to 3uLlt tlie Times Main street FEANKFOET ENTRIES FOR THE FRANK- byChristine FORT TROTTING ASSO- Â¬ fijrt Madrid Ky I Â¬ ww - Xj ft CRTJTCHER c S Fourth STARKS Â¬ Jefferson LOUISVILLE f by Nutgrove dam Black Son Frank Carrie E ch m by Egbert dam unknown W B Luckett Frankfort Ky Oct 6 7 and 8 1891 Jessica gr m by Onward dam Es tella E W Ayres Duckers Ky FIRST DAY Tuesday Oct 5th Eliza Jane b m by Maceys Ham- Â¬ 240 TROTTING bletonian dam by Kmkeads Abdal Matrimony b f by Aberdeen dam lah Macey Bros Versailles Ky Shortest unit quickest between Now Try Tliis Lewis by Happy Medium Smith Start All b s by Mambrino Startle CINCINNATI AN9 FRANKFORT Woodlake Ky dam by Messenger Chief W M Rue It will cost you nothing and will sure Church Belle b f by Onward clam Son Danville Ky ly do you good if you have a Cough Onlr direct line between Oazique Church Bros Frankfort b m by Ravonwood by Kate Hamilton Oold or any trouble with Throat Ky dam by Smuggler A M Hamilton Ohest or Lungs Dr Kings New Dis Â¬ Frankfort Georgetown and Paris Car Â¬ F A Muir Wheeling W Va Cream du c by covery for Consumption Coughs and Paris Ky guaranteed SECOND DAY Wednesday lisle Nora G b m by Ahue W L Orabb Oolds iswill be paid to give relief or VaysTille Oynthiana Fal Â¬ Turner Boy b c by Dick Wilkes Â¬ money baok Sufferers Oct 6th Son Eminence Ky G W Wilson Georgedam unknown Jrom La Grippe found it just the Black Storm blk s by Simmons thing and under its use had a speedy YEARLING RACE mouth and Covington town Ky Woodstock ch c by Robt McGre- Â¬ Jay Hawk rn c by Jay Bird dam dam by Westwood F G Craig Ber- and perfect recovery Try a sample by Grand Sentinel Ed Clasby Bro ry Ky gor dam by Onward Payne bottlo at our expense and learn for ASK fOft TICKET VI KV MIDLAND Geoigetown Ky Grover Georgetown Ky THIRD DAY Thursday Oct 7th yourself just how good a thing it is Novelette b f by Norval dam by Red Leaf b c by 0 F Clay dam 1 nu uoiuuBirwu uiriuu uarfentekS TUII5 Id BT EEfffiir S1IUIBD T1HL Son Col Hambrick S A Jones Wood 235 TROTTING by Red Wilkes W M Rue Drug Store Large size 50c 100 lake Ky Danville Ky Linda Fester br f by Gambetta 3 TIME TAHLE MAY 17 1610 Jno G Carlisle b c by Norval dam Wilkes dam by Harry Wilkes Man Â¬ Sweetest ch f by Earl dam Elma Meta by Idol Patchon Hiram Berry gan Darnell Frankfort Ky C L Krieger Louisville Ky Pleasmreville A 31 Basilea ch m by Nutbreaker dam Frankfort Ky Bryan McGregor ch c by Robt No 5 No 8 No 7 stamping lirounci b c oy uoi McGregor dam by Hambrino J by Bismarck T Will Thomas Paris TRAINS EAST Sun Ho 1 M Ds are very busy now Tho Mixed Pass Only Puss Hambrick dam by Longs Hambleto- Â¬ Bryan jr Brannon Ky Ky We aro glad to note that Mr Sam Lv Frankfort Cheltenham nian J R Ferguson Stamping 30 Hildeburn b c by 5 45 Qigarotte rn g by Col Hambrick 12 N 4 00 Elknorn 4 12 12 25 Ml 5 OR dam by Longs Hambletonian Fer-Â¬ Rinor wife and daughter aro im- Â¬ dam by Hambletonian 10 T Russell Ground Ky 6 49 Switzer COO 4 20 12 43 proving nicely under tho skillful Ella S ch f by Koywood damWjy guson Pa Colmar Bond Stamping Ground Stump Grod 7 03 6 21 4 U5 1 07 treatment of Dr Goo Josso Despatch M Gallery Frankfort TCy Ky Ar Ucoruotown 7 21 6 45 500 229 CLASS TROTTING 147 Chicago ch c by Sunolo dam Let- Â¬ Lv doorgtn Villi May Morgan b f by Onward dam m by Baron Wilkes Lady Ethel br Mrs Wm A Duncan has been on 7 25 u cc v 7 25 6 24 W G Swearingen ter SE H Taylor jr Frankfort by Woodford Abdallah Bowen dam by Volunteer the sick list in Shelby county for a Ar Cincinnati 10 10 10 16 82 600 ilolton Forks of Elkhorn Ky few days Paris Ky Lv Georgetown 7 25 0 60 0 05 W Harper b 2 05 Drum Major b g by Mai Landers 0 0 b g by Calumet dam by byAMessenger Boyc by Pegasus dam Newtown 7 40 7 05 5 10 Uncle Dick Kitson and wife have re Â¬ 2 25 T H Bedford dam Molly Morgan 0 L Krieger Harris 7 50 7 15 Mambrino Time Jones 4 bO 2 45 turned home from quite an extensive Ar Coatrevllle Purls Jetts Station Ky 8 10 7 85 5 48 Louisville Ky 8 1G Winchester Ky Simonette blkf by Simmons dam tour to Mt Storling and other points Lv JMrlsvlnKO 7 53 4 26 Ben Anna b g by Drennon B W byLinda W hi by Major Burr dam CovlilKton 10 44 Melrose Ed R Willson Shelby by Bob Monroe T Will Thomas of interest 6 37 Ky Johnston Louisville ArClncIiiiiutl 10 6 46 Walter and Oscar Clark of Bagdad Paris Ky King Clifton gr g by Volnnto dam ville Ky 7 05 5 48 St Bel Boy br 0 by St Bel dam by loft Monday last for the Lone Star Lv Paris vlu K C 3 MINUTE PACING CLASS by Abdullah Wm Owsley Shelby Curllslo 6 25 8 13 of Texas whore thoy 10 10 villeKy 7 55 Andy Wilkes b s by Onward dam Alexander V L Brown Christians State their homo in tho future will Ar Muysvllle make Lv Puns via KC Guy Darrell b s by Onward dam by Harry Wilkes Mangan Darnell burg Ky 11 27 5 48 Winchester R 0 Bryant of Bagdad station U 10 0 16 Fidget E W Ayres Duckors Ky 215 class trottino Frankfort Ky V ni Rashleigh ch s by Inglewood dam Tom Exum b s by Onward dam by Minnie B b m by Jno Wilkes quite a popular gentleman has Ar Richmond S5 7 20 Ilolton Administrator It P Topper bought out tho ontiro stock of drv Bowen by Tom Mitchell Son dam by Hambrino Mangan Dar Â¬ goods boots shoes groceries etc 1A MU Mil M A MU M Forks of Elkliorn Ky of nell Frankfort Ky i raniciorc Ky No ueo atommons 01 JNortu Pleasure Tit UN3 WK3T Sun No 2 No 4 No 8 No 12 Sallie C ch m by McOurdys Ham- Â¬ Cherry b g by Hambletonian Puss russ aux tux Carrie E oh m by Egbert dam un Â¬ villo and will bo found Â¬ Only truln train train Itraln at his post bletonian dam Mary Stuart II Mont- Mambrino dam by Homer Geo E known W B Luckett Frankfort Ky yard gomery Georgetown Ky Perrin Lexington Ky Aparka br s by Onward dam by with willingstick in hand and readyÂ¬ Lv Richmond vlu KC 6 10 1 05 to treat and sell to custoBenoni b s by Pretender dam by Spencor King b s by Onward dam Magic R 0 Church Frankfort Ky and Wliichobtor 7 15 1 68 Son Frankfort by Messenger King B 0 Frazior Onward S Black 1arlH 7 48 2 3J Aiiroa d s oy iiamoietonian uem mers reasonably KV Sholbyvillo Ky Died On last Tuesday ovoning at L Mid s villo vlu FD 0 0 Fullor Hikos Point taiiin Ci h m hv Pretender dam bv K0 j past 1 oolook in tho town of Ploas Pronto br s by Pancoast dam 5 20 150 Son Frank Â¬ Morcidita R S Strador Lexington 6 50 8 20 Strath more S Black Dictorb b by Col Hambriok dam urovillo Porter Slommons breathed Ar Cnrllslo Purls 7 40 4 10 fort Ky- Ky by Billy Lewis R II Wilson Wood his last Portor had been a constant Lv Cincinnati vlu KoKomis b s by Victor Von Bis 225 CLASS TROTTING sufferer for several years Notwith- Â¬ lake Ky K0 2 20 marck dam by Goldsmiths Abdal Nellie Mason bm by Onward dam CoviiiKton Eliza Jano b m by Maceys Ham Â¬ standing his sufferings woro intense 2 26 lah Macey Bros Versailles Ky by Woodfords Abdullah R P Pop Â¬ bletonian dam by Kinkoads Abdal Â¬ ho boro thom with Christian forfcl Ar PurlH 0 37 Erminio blk m by Plymouth dam per Son Frankfort Ky 8 80 tudo His funeral sermon was Lv Purls olo 4 80 lah Macey Bros Versailles Ky Cijntrevlllo 0 20 8 60 6 80 by Huguolys Pilot W M Rue 5 00 0 0 b g by Calumet dam by Kato Hamilton b m by Ravon- Â¬ preached by Rev J J Johnson of 0 30 Newtown 0 02 6 40 5 19 Son Danville Ky Mambrino Time Jones Harris wood dam by Smugglor A M Ham Â¬ tho M E Ohuroh from tho 3d verso Ar loorKetown IMG 10 02 7 01 6 40 b in by Favorite Winchester Ky Ollio AVilkes and 20th ohaptor Saml Aftor whioh LvrincliMtlvlu ilton Whooling W Va Wilkes dam by Jim Monroe W II Vatican oh s by Acolyte dam by Q A0 his romains woro ontorod in tho 7 00 7 00 4 00 3 MINTTE CLASS TROTTING Wilson Oynthiana Ky Son Frank- Â¬ Magic R P Popper 1002 1002 7 04 Arneornetown Oometory at point Standard b 0 by Onward dam by well assured ofthis fact thatWo aro Lv noorKotnwM 10 02 10 02 700 6 46 Oottysbiirg b s by Gen Hancook fort Ky tho Portor fitump Orod 10 21 10 21 7 81 7 21 dam the dam of Tom Rogors llailoy Stonor Boy oil g by Mambrino Pasacas R P Popnor Son Frank Â¬ now inhabits that celestial ohino lOflfl 10 88 7 47 7 60 fiwlter Bros Versailles Ky Russell dam by Struthmoro W W fort Ky Oatoiium 10 46 10 40 7 05 Elkhorn 8 10 Spray bra by Prinoton dam by Littlo Belmont b g by Bel Air W Stonor Cano Ridge Ky Ar Krnnkforf 11 00 11 00 fl 10 8 40 Son Eminence Ky Tarlton Lex b s by Young Jim Westwood Buford L Orabb Tho two story brick No8J 27 8iyl Vi Ruby Wilkes For Rent y except Sumlujr Warlock b s by Whips dam Molly dam by Rysdyk Goo E Perdu Lox- - ington Ky rosidonco on Washington street 3 und i dully Nos 6 und 0 SunrtuyH only Nou Uoolo Lewis oh in by Penrose dam known as tho First Prosbytorian HOWARD OltBlSON AKOllt Walker R S Strudor Lexington Ky ington Ky OKf n lURPKR uowen v r hv Volnnto dnm oy jjiaoic liagio Kin ir niiftnn Possession given April VERNON OLARK ienonilion SuporlntoiHlent notion Parsonage ORBEN TROTTING RACK IltBMnRor Aiwnl ElkllOWl Ky lBt Apply to II II AVatson or J W Aparka br s by Onward dam by hv Abdullah- Wm OwhIov fihnlhv Forks of OLAUDE nOVLSClty TlcketABent Eggman b s by Ugborfc dam by iTUQtC 27 tf Magio R 0 Ohuroh Frankfort Ky villo Ky GENERAL OPlICES FRANKFORT K7 j Â¬ V G 7 511 Â¬ Â¬ I CIATION Thalia b m by Col Hambrick dam by Billy Lewis 0 G Squires Millers burg Ohio Donald McK gr g by Allegro dam by HarroJsburg Boy J F Daileji Lexington Ky Crescent b m by Belmont dam by Alexanders Norman Macey Bros Versailles Ky Gov Powell blk s by Col Ham- Â¬ brick dam by Monroe Chief Jesse Hambrick Stamping Ground Ky Brignoli AVilkes blk s by Geo Wilkes dam by Briirnoli Wilson Remy Oynthiana Ky Melissa blk m by Nutwood dam by Ouyler Saml Avritt Lebanon Black Jack J A Works Louisville Ky Kato Hamilton b m by Raven wood dam by Smuggler A M Hamilton Wheeling W Va Fetlock b m by Warlock Railoy Bros Versailles Ky Banner Bearer b s by Standard Bearer dam by American Clay W L Orabb Son Eminence Ky 98 V j