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The Fkawkfoet Botjudabout GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS KY OCTOBER 10 1891 TERMS 100 In Advanoo Volume XV A Nntionnl Event Tho holding of tho Worlds Pair In 4 city Bcnrcoly fifty years old will be romarkablo ovont but whother it irill really bonoflt this nation ob much as the dificovory of tho Re Â¬ FRANKFORT Highest of all in jmJavening Power Number 5 U S Gort Report Aug Pt iS8 storative Nervino by Dr Franklin Miles 1b doubtful This is just what tho Ameilcan pooplo need to euro llioir excessive norvousness dyspepsia headache dizzinosB sloop easnoss neuralgia nervous debility dullness confusion of mind eta It iota like a oh inn Trial bottles and jlno book on Nervous and Heart Disomies with tmequalod tostlmon tals free at J W Gnylos It is war Â¬ ranted to contain no opium mor--pno or dangerouB drugs 1 PiSVaI Baking ABSOLUTELY PURE Advertlscil JUetters Opcra Bouffe Company R K McClure Otot Fall omd 77Jbater Stoolc of PKSI Powder Â¬ Boots Shoes Hats Books c is now full and complete and we guarantee prices as low as caa Thompson Elder Georgo Darsie officiating While the two horse wagon of Dr Willis was being loaded with wheat at our depot last Tuesday the horses became frightened and ran off While making the turn out from the depot pike one a young Doautiful bay fell and broke his leg Messrs Jas R Shaw and Wash Orutoher attended the Fall Celebra- Â¬ tion this week Mr W T Hunlolgh one of Lexing- Â¬ tons finest artists passed through cur city this week en route to see his W L Coppersmith uncle Mr Hunley who is quite ill makes a specialty of fine work Resetting AtMillville diamonds etc 234 St Clair street ivir xraii newmau 01 auanca ua 45 ly is visitinc his father and mother near the Woodford line Of all men of all occupations the far Â¬ mer should feel himself doubly bless Â¬ ed this year and be ready to pour out his heart felt thanks on next Thanksgiving Day more willingly and devoutly than ever There has never been a finer fall for all farm work and especially can this bo said to the benefit of the tobacco grower There is no complaint of house burn- Â¬ ing or rot and seeding time is now on and it is all that oould be asked Surely nature does its part let man do his Praise God from whom all blessings flow School has been closed this week on account of the Teachers Institute at Frankfort Say dont they have them mighty often A revival or protracted meeting will be held at Grassy Springs Chris Â¬ tian Church Sunday October 4th Call at Wrn ODonnolls new store to see tho cheapest and most com- Â¬ Below will bo found a list of advertised plete lino of flannel and Btaplo goods letters for tho week ending Oct 10th to be found 51 181 Noill 8ntnuol B Oronin Jnmoa Cox Miss Luly Pngo Bud Pope Mrs Nottio B Dnriosa Hardin MIbb Maggie Quinn Ib visiting frela Giunell J W Sutur Mrs Nannie Uilllspie Mrs S E iives in Louisville this week Miss Mnt Gentry Mrs Wo have a vory good quartette of Johnson MissWnlter- Spencer Wiltio singors composed of linm gentlemen Tribble Moses MessrS Spioor Stafford Owen and Kerne Mrs Mnry Willson Bill Qulnn Mnrtin Mrs Lenh Williams Ed Makried At tho residenco of the MoFarland Mrs Wyntt J A Mary Whitosides Milt brides father Geo L Thompson Wednesday September 80 Mr When onlliug for these letters say Ad Â¬ Daniel M Day and Miss Madola vertised Jett Among tho leading Opera Bouffe companies of the present season is prominently mentioned Reeves Eng lish Company which appears at tho Opera House next Monday evening The cast embraces such well known names as May Duryoa Mae Sylves- Â¬ ter Clara Chessman B H Sovoer Charles B Ward Charles A Bradley Frank Cloud and tho celebrated cortesaue dancer Sicnor William Martin so long a leading foaturo of tne marvelous unicago upera tiouao Crystal speculator productions Bhiebeard jr and Sin Slipper A strong feature of tho pro bad duction is tho magnificent array of costumes there being not less tnan J M SAFFELIi four changes each surpassing its pre- Â¬ Postmaster decessor in elegance Tho music is in the hands of people who have A DUTY TO YOURSELF charmed the entire country and the It is surprising that people will uoo soleot numbers are all fresh and the a common ordinary pill when they wit spakling can seouro a valuable English one for jeweler is W L Coppersmith the same money Dr Ackers Eng Â¬ the leading repairer inthe city 234 the lish pills are a positive cure for slok St Clair street 45 ly and all liver troubles They hoadaohe aro small sweet easily taken and do W L Coppersmith the jeweler not gripe at 9 J W GAYiiB Druggist does the best of work 234 moderate St Clair prices Call and see be bought any where -- win --- TD 03T a 223 p - Mans a XT Boot su ihole Stoclc 125 wiH LOO will And Other IBos STo ut3as Boot Boot- - b-u37- - Goods In Proportion street 45 ly W L Coppersmith dont send work to other cities but does all that is instrusted to him in his building 234 St Clair Btreet 45 ly C3 XjO AJDJSID JSIEXESTXjiS XJ3ST ss J SCHOOL BOOKS CS w O JJ PRICES JLMXJKITIOET CRAY CHURCH Hardware and Cutlery Â¬ Publishers Wholesale Unah R K MCLURE Ociorts Ladles beautiful complexion and they also know how difficult it is to retain freshness and beauty when con- Â¬ fronted by so many diseases incident to females that sap their strength and undermine their health Science progresefl There are two remedies when used in connection will cure Any case of female weakness of short or long standing and re etoio the individual to perfect health very quiokly Dr Hales Household Ointment used in connection with Dr Hales Household Tea will ac oomplish ho desired result quicker na oottor than any other known remedy Large size 60 cents sold at South Sido drug store 4 P H Oabpenteb Realm yerhaps more fully than uny one else the value of a clear and To the Teachers of Frank lin County oarried out by the County Teachers We suggest that the Association study of Kentucky be taken up and thoroughly discussed Six lessons will take us to the last of March Let the first two lessons be on the geography of tho State physical and political the last four on tho history In studying tho history of the State wo will of course become acquainted with its government Let a teacher bo elected Vho will con duot the recitation just as a class in school Every teacher is requested to obtain as much information as possible on the subject and to come give us the benefit W L Coppersmith challenges com Â¬ into our class and The following out- Â¬ of his knowlogo parison in workmanship on any line is the lesson for Satuiday Oct Tepairsin his lino 234 St Clair 17th 45 ly tatreot i KENTUCKY ll As to Geography THE FIRST SYMPTOMS 1 Physical OF DEATH Is Surface 2 Drainage Tired fooling dull headache pains 3 Climate in various parts of the body sinking 4 Soil at the pit of the stomach Iobs of ap 5 Resources jpotlto feverishness pimples or sores v 1 Mineral are all positive oviudnco of poisoned 2 Vegetable blood No matter how it became 3 Animals poisoned it must be purified to avoid 1 Extinct doath Dr Aokors English Blood 2 Existing Elixir has never failed to remove All persons interested in tho cause isorofulous or syphilitic poisons Sold of education are cordially invited to under positive guarantee join our olass 0 J W Gayle DruggUt Maoqib Downey We as the committee on programe offer the following line of work to be IS TZE3iE3 ZFUj uOZE ifoiesOaoririeLgois fSxxtjcsrm9 IESj3tixi Buggies Road Bros Pliaetons - etiXXdL Conic and Sec Us Wo have closed tho store on Mar Trot street and transferred all our Maqoie Innes Leonna Jett -- business to the storo on tho cornor of Main and Lewis streets opposite Farmers Bank Wo invito all of our old oustomors to call on us at our now store whero wo will bo glad to wait on thorn as UBual O E Collins 45 tf Bno and gray hair its original oolor pre vents baldness removos dandruff and cures scalp diseases It gives porfeot satisfaction Â¬ A fino head of hair is an indlspon sablo olomont of beauty Ayers Hair Vigor maintains youthful frosh noes ana luxuriance restores to faded All styles of hand made Harness Saddles Buggy Dusters Fly Nets Horse Boots and other Turf Goods mwwwiMimwiiMMiMiimjMim don pf th Branch vico J W Mar shall who waB romovod Mr Nunn Mr Pinole VnnDorvcer spent Sunday was succeeded hero by Mr M A in Louisville Roonoy of Hondorson Col Thos Ex Lt Gov Bryan was in the oity II Corbott was oloctod Olork of tho Wednesday on businoss prison hero to BUcceed W H Ellis Hon Goo Aloxandor of Louisville who was romovod whd in the city Wednesday Mrs T P Bliss of SnrinRflold O Dr Hales Houselioltl Tea is tho guest of Mrs 0 E Hogo blood purifier and Mr F H Bagby of tho Geological Is tho great norvo tonic It acts upon all tho bo Survey has roturnod to tho city crotions of tho systom enabling tho Miss Bollo Sanders 1b spending sov livor and kidneys to porform their days in Louisville this weak oral propor functions giving tono and to Mr N B Hays and wifo or Pino strongth ouro tho nervous systom a Two certain for dyspopsia villo wore in tho city on Monday Got a months treatment for 50c Sonator Wm Goobol of Newport freo sample at Oarpontors South Sido 1 was in tho oity tho first of tho week drug storo Judge Sharp and Gonoral Hill of Heavy Frost Lexington woro in tho city Thurs day Thoro was a heavy frost on Thurs Â¬ Mr Orailc Jackson has returned from a short visit to frlonds in Louis- day morning and all during the wook overcoats have boon very ciom ville Misses Ruth Stanton and Minnio fortable VanDerveor returned Monday from Â¬ PcrBoiml Â¬ A Deserved Promotion Mr Stuart R Knott who 1b woll known to our citizona from his conN as Tralllo nection with tho L Managor as well as a son of tho lato R Knptt formorly of this city was promoted to tho First Vico Presidency of tho system at tho Directors Moot Â¬ ing in Louisvillo Wednesday It was a deserved honor and a most popular selection Mr Knotts many frionds and relatives hero hopo he will ero long bo at tho head of as largo a sys Â¬ tem as ho is now employed by and as young as ho is thoro scorns scarce ly any position to which ho may not aspire in tho course of timo Â¬ Â¬ for Infants and Children Oaatori cures Colic OotMtipalonv Sour Stomach Diarrhoea ErucUUoH Kill WoniM girt Bleep and promoted m Injurious medicatloft Wl For seTcral yean I hare recommended your Cactoria and shall always conUnue to do so an it hag lnrarlably produced beneficial rwfulta CMtorlftUso well adapted to children that I recommend it u superior to any prescription known to mo n A Alteram X D Ill So Oxford St Brooklyn N T The use of Castoris Is so untreraal and Itn moritu bo well known that It teem a work Few are the of BunoreroRatlon to endoreo Kentucky Hospitality Tho world has admired this favored spot of oarth not alono on account of her fine horses boautiful women and good whisky but her unparalleled hospitality has become historic but her good people havo been humbugged too often Tho most prominent and best men in this country havo given Royal Gormeture its wonderful reputation Dont suffer -- relief can bo had by gotting Wilthis remedy from Chapman 2 liams Â¬ Intelligent families within oay reach it who do not keep Cartoria Carlo Marttw DD Now York City Late Pastor Bloomingdalo Reformed Church Enwm F PjLnnn M D The Wlnthrop 128th Street and 7th Am New York City 77 Tra Csxtacr Comtakt Mcrbjlt Btrxtt Nkw Yojuc LouiBVille Oil Wliat a Cougli Hon II H Smith Olork pf the Will you hoed tho warning tho Commission to revise tho Statutes is signal porhaps of tho suro approach in tho city of that more torriblo disease Con- Â¬ Misses Mary Browder and Adelaide sumption Ask yourself if you can Schroedor have returned from a visit afford for the sake of saving 50c to to Louisvillo run the risk and do nothing for it Oapt Sam M Gaines editor of tho Wo know from experience that To Enjoin Its Printing Just as the city looks to the country for most of the luxuries used Maysville Commonweal was in tho Shilohs Cure will cure your cough never fails This explains why It city on Saturday on its tables so the country must turn to the city for those conven- Â¬ SilaB F Miller Suit was brought by moro than a Million Bottles wore iences which are justly termed luxuries for the hard working house- Â¬ Miss Ruth Hawkins of Frankfort sold tho past year It rolieves croup and Walter Evans in tho Circuit is visiting her Woodford relatives and whooping cough at once Court Thursday to enjoin tho Publio wife City housekeepers have learned to realize that to save time is to Versailles Clarion Mothers do not bo without it For Printer and Secretary of State from life Bryan was in tho lame back side or chest use Shilohs printing and issuing copies of the new lengthen city on business beforo the Court of Porous Plaster Sold by J37 W Constitution on tho ground that tho Gayle Appeals Tuesday Convention had no right to revise Miss Maggie Russell who has been An Immense Radish tho instrument after it had boon rati Â¬ is one of the best known city luxuries and each time a cake is used spending the past year in California fied by a vote of tho people Tho has returned home On floors tables and painted work it acts like a an hour is saved Mr Lee Jones of Switzer brought Constitution had already been print Mr Dudley Aldridge of Dallas to this ofllco Thursday an immense charm For scouring pots pans and metals it has no equal IF YOUR Texas rnd family are visiting their radish which weighed 8 pounds and ed and was sent out yesterday by STOREKEEPER DOES NOT KEEP IT YOU SHOULD INSIST Oapt 0 T Allen who was so in relatives in this city measured 18 inches around and 12 8tructed by tho Convention UPON HIS DOING SO as it always gives satisfaction and its immense Mrs W P Hudson who was taken seriously ill Monday is we are glad inches long from tho stem of the sale all over the United States makes it an almost necessary article to to the end of the root loaves Who Leaf by leaf the rosoR fall to say much better any well supplied store Everything shines after its use and even the One by one our dear ones die Mrs Sam M Gaines of Maysville can beat it O to keep them with us stilll children delight in using it in their attempts to help around the house Mrs Howard is visiting her sister Loving hearts send up the cry Ulailcie Scott Black near this city Wife and mother O how dear Fading like a mist away Hon John W Headleys family ar-Â¬ mamiiuKBiuHircHiivniwioini Mr William Blaikie of New York Father lot us keep them here rived in the city Tuesday and will III J wAflllv Bin Vrfllll and Miss Rebecca Wilmot Scott Tearfully to God we pray be here permanently Many a wife and mother who daughter of Hon Thos W Scott Miss Maggie LoCompto has been Do you know that a little cough is a dangerous S to die because quite ill at her homo on Third street were quietly married at the residence seems doomed disease peculiar she thing t A i e you awn re that it often fastens on the g to from past two weeks tho brides father in Franklin suffers which saps hor life away like for the of lungs and far too often runs into Consumption and a women People suffering fiom Asthma 3 ends in Death a vampire and baffles the skill of tho Hon W H McCoy of Newport county on Tuesday at 9 oclock Bronchitis Pneumonia and Consumption will allji was in the city on Wednesday attend Â¬ The couplo left for a trip through family physician can be saved by I tell you tnat ing the Court of Appeals the North and East and will be at employing the proper remedy ThisÂ¬ remedy is Dr Pierces Favorite Pre1 Mrs Johnson Barrett and daughter home to their friends in Englewood scription the greatest boon over coniTSTAirraD have roturned from an extended visit N J after Nov 1 ferred by man on weak suffering Can you afford to neslect it Can you trifle a Cincinnati to relatives in despairing women It is a specific Bwith so serjoa j a matter r Are you xiwau that M t of female Hon D L May of Elizabethtown SliiloJis Consumption for all phases their name weakness no I PsktiKZiz2-iRESK3S matter what city on Tuesday night a was in the Cure fl for Coutrhs Colds and Consumotion is Lovond ouestion tho rreatest of nil guest of the Capital Hotel This is beyond question tho most I Modern Remedies It will stop a Cough in one night It will c hoc k a Cold in Itc uuiou at Ashland Mies Sue Sherley of Louisvillo and successful Cough Medicine wo have n a day lb will prevent Croup relieve Abthma and cure Consumption if taken g Miss Susie Cromwell of Lexington ever sold a few doses invariably S in time You cant afford to bo without it A 25 cent bottle may save you g The seventh annual re union of tho cure the worst cases of Cough were in tho city Wednesday Doctors bills may savo your life I Ask your druggist for Eronchitis while its won- Â¬ North East Kentucky Veterans Asso- Â¬ 5J100 inH Hooker Co 40 West Broadway Now York for book it or write g Croup and to W Thos G Newman and Dick Deho derful success in tho cure of Con- Â¬ BIWHIB mi Kit BIIBIH i U KB IIBJIIBIilBIi B UM1BII B B B BUW UBlllBIIIBll BBjCBIIIBIhBIIIBIllBUIBIIIBUBJIin MU BH ney of Lock No G were here attend- Â¬ sumption is without a parallel in tho ciation will bo held at Ashland Ky Â¬ ing the trots on Wednesday Since its first on Wednesday and Thursday Octohistory of medicine For sale J K7 Free rations will Hon Theodore F Hallam of New- Â¬ discovery it has been sold on a ber 21st and 22d port was in the city Tuesday on busi guarauteo a test which no other be served on the grounds to all old medicine can stand If you have a soldiers and their wives Gen D W ness Deiore cne uourc 01 Appeals cough wo earnestly ask you to try it Mr James W Nicol lefD Tuesday Price 10c 50c Slid 81 if your lungs Lindsoya regiment the 22d Ken- Â¬ for Chicago with the intention of are sore chest or back lame uje tucky is included in tho Association making that city his future home Shilohs Porous Plaster Sold by J and all veterans from this county 37 who desire to meet their old com- Â¬ Miss Lizzie Hudson who has W Gayle been visiting fronds in Louisville rerades are requested to note the date JUW V 4J turned home Tuesday night being air Apology Excursion rates will doubtless bo se- Â¬ summoned by the serious illness of cured 2her mother To those who are admirers of the Gov J Proctor Knott and wife and trotting horse no apology is necessary Opern DoufTc Company Mr Wickliffo Chapman havo moved for the horsey appearance of the into the Chiles residenco on Second Roundabout this week but for tho Tho Reeves English Opera Bouffo street and have gone to housekeeking Company will appear at the Opera Mrs Knott arrived from Lebanon on benefit of tho others of our readers House Wednesday night October Tuesday wo will say that the old man was at Â¬ 14 in its new version of Faust BaQCinEnt ai Capital Hatel It Miss Janie Dehoney of Frankfort tending tho meeting of the Masonic is not a burlesque nor is it a variety tho ordinary acceptance of SSSThey wil fill this space with an entirely new advertisement in A visited the family of Rev B T Grand Bodies in Louisville and the show in MissMattie Hen- devil was compelled to spend the the term It iB rather a very clever short time Quinn last week satire and extravaganza and is par- Â¬ of Frankfort returned home derson last week after a two weeks visit to greater part of his time at the race ticularly attractive to tho ladies track to write an intelligent account whoso modesty has been frequently Â¬ her brother Mr D R Henderson Georgetown Times of the races so tho other news had to shocked of lato by the broad bur- Franklin County Farm For FARM lesques and vulgar spetaculars which Mrs Alfred 0 Jackson Lady Man suffer in consequence Wo doom it have been going about tho country Kentucky for the Worlds necessary to say this much that none seekinjr the patronage of tho refined aeer for Sale Fair was in the city yesterday to our highly moral frionds will think element of the theatrical publio It FARM OF 75 ACREd LYING ON THE PEAKS urcre Governor Brown who is her is presented with beautiful scenic A Mill pike three miles fromofFrankfort ii second couBin to trive his influence we won a fortune and turned the effects and by an exceptionally strong All olTered for sale at a bargain tho place is OFFER the of cultivation There acres tain it good of six toward securing a handsome appro paper into a live stook magazine to dompany WKfarm knownvnn salt privately furm bottomland except ten Is a good house state luftho Vr Wm Morris She show our gratituto priation for the Exposition Containing 88Jncres more or less situated six rooms on the place with ne er falling well at the made tho Roundabout a short call turnpike spilng on the lulks from Frankfort on tho LQUISVHJL3 TOBACCO one mile from said turnpike Peaks Mill road It back door and an everlnstingnecessary out place on prlv ito A first cluss orchard and all build in the interest of tho Fair MARKET Is known ns one of the best farms la the county Ings In good repair For many years Mr B F Thomp- Â¬ and Ulna cood state of cultivation havlm now For terms apply to son of Des Moines Iowa was severe- Â¬ 3Mew Directory A Q GAINES one hundred and nlxty acros In corn twenty ly afflicted with chronic diarrhoea FURNISHED BY GLOVER DURRETT Aug 20 8m acres In tobacco the remainder In trass and Frankfort Ky Ho says At times it was very woodland A good duelling house containing six LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE de- Â¬ Mr John B Dryden has boon rooms servunts rooms In ard an Ice house two severe so much so that I feared ft tobacco barns stable and other necessary out livering his now directory this week wonld end my life About seven CO UNION RAILWAY Sales on our market for tho week buildingsandAn abundance of wuter for house KENTUCKY stock tho jear round hold gotten up and is a good in Â¬ years ago I chanced to procure a just closed amount to 2609 hhds with orcli use as well as other fruit trees A good apple It is well Has tnree rd bottle of Chamberlains Oolio Cholera receipts of 777 for the sameporiod tenement houses Terms and price made It is and Diarrhoea Remedy It gave mo dex to Frankforts population TIME CARD known on application to Miss Kmmu Morris at since Sales on our from the Roundabout press prompt relief and I believe cured 1st amount to market hhds January Frankfort Uost Ofllce Sales of 128339 Aug 29 8m now oat or as I mo permanently to EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 2IST 1800 harm anything I tho crop of 1890 on our market dato drink without married in Louisville I have also used it in my 89097 hhds had another week of please Wo have GOING BAST MissLuoy Stockton formorly of family with tho best results For splendid weather for housing tho sale by J W Gayle 800 p m LeaveLexlnKton this city and a favorite in Frankfort new orop and the bulk of tho burloy 4 00 p ia 52 lm Leuvo Winchester tobacco may bo considered as prac Â¬ 451 p m society was married to Mr 0 O Leave Clay City 0 25 p m Lumber Point tically under cover Our market this Louisville in that oity on FARM SITUATED AT 8DM- - ArrUe Three Forks Overton of O HO p m Arrive A B Hutchings of Danvillo who wook has been dull and Bluggish ox T HE OHEANEY uiit dwuuui umwi iny Her many friends here had such success tho past summer in copt for the very desirable typos of miles east or tTaiiKiort Thursday 1180 a m is ior aie vnmv Leave Three Forks 125 p m about tho Blue Grass Circuit with Evange Â¬ loaf which remain high The por Tho plico containspluces 114 acres but 2may bo Arrive Elkatawa wishes her all possible happiness acres ono of about divided Into two line Mimic Hixio McGregor and cent of rejections is unusually large with the dwelling For terms wyto GOING WEST others writos I havo used Quinns Tho following quotations fairly tlie Pen Changes 885 a m Leave Elkatawa Frankfort Ky Ointment for some timo and think it represent our market for burloy Aug ft tf 1080 tt ro Arrive Three Forks superior to all others for Bog Spavins tobacco 800 u m Leave Three Forks meeting on Thursday even- Â¬ and Ourbs it has no equal At thoir Try it 005 a m Arrive Lumber Point Trash dark or damaged 737 a m New Blacksmith Shop Arrive Clay City ing tho Sinking Fund Commission Â¬ 3 50 2 00 tobacco 886 u m Arrlvo Winchester 0 00 3 00 ers made a number of ohangea in the Oolory trash Tliey Return Tliauks 030 a m Arrive Lexington 4 00 Common lugs not colory 3 50 officers in tho Penitentiary hero and 10 00 A BLACKSMITH 0 60 HAVE JUST OPENED Connections made at Lumber Point with Tho citizens of Bollopoint unite In Oolory lugs tho Branch at Eddyvillo 8 00 WEshop in Catllsh alloy near Oalnes Stable Btcamor for Ueattyvllle Elkatawa Is nearest 5 00 returning thanks to tho Frankfort Common loaf by Joo Mcintosh Three to S O Nunn who has been Dop 7 50 12 00 In the shop foimerly occupied horso shoeing and stationand Jackson Ky runTrains between Throe Mr dally between Lexington we are prepared to do Firo Department for thoir assistance Medium to cood loaf Forks 12 00 22 00 where of ropalrlng All work guaranteed Good to fine fillers YorUsand Elkutawa dally Sundays excepted uty Warden hero was transferred to at tho firo last Sunday morning ull kinds J L MURPHY liAimioi iAJ Select or wrappory James A violett Eddyvillo to sucooed Mr 0 L Ourry CIIAB JOHNSON General Passenger Agent Sept 10 lm 22 OOtf 83 00 loaf Chairman B P T 0 was promoted to be War- Mr Ourry A CITY LUXURY1PC3Lh3E - t mA 45Kirm ifni uu iuu uuuun -- Â¬ M iw LitAJ ww ifji mm a osurs - OR GEF8 ENGLBSH byi JACOBSWIGjERTCO Oracle Â¬ Havo n iifll10 dtFrom the Bafzefi Building asr rzHSErEar oisr H101 AND 102 AM STREETh the to Â¬ FOR SALE A Â¬ Farm For Sale m at iv flfigiJWJawiUJWMiawMaujiwrB miiMiMimn iuxiBXmxnimujutirmMmitiiMmwmnuinwmjmMmmnMmrummAJummxjmumnuMiinttm iwujuiwmubj H iimi wiinnnrwuniTiinwriiTiw ir m NORFOLK OYSTERS 1st WILL RECEIVE TOE FIRST OP THE SEASON ON SEPTEMBER liiM Aug TO4in J Days Racing HEENEY SOUTH SIDE GROCER Â¬ Â¬ iijiiiiiwiMuiiwiwiiaiBiiiwMtimMiiuaKiwiiMUMiiiuwjiin boat all wore woll bunchod from start in front of Oresoont Donald MoK tho winner load almost from start to finish but in tho second Kato to finish Pronto winning by a length third Tho third heat was botwoon Don- Â¬ Hamilton load into tho strotch be Â¬ Ohorry succeetlod in put- Â¬ 0 3 4 and a half ting a head in front of Andy Wilkes ald Molt and Nora G to tho half fore being overhauled Summary The third heat was tho heat of tho whon Donald MoK again broke and Spray b m by Princeton tlie First Time la Years dam by Westwood Bu- race All got off togethor but at tho dropped to last position Nora G 211 -S- hultz ford Tarlton Loxing- Frankfort is Treateil first turn Pronto began to cut up won without any trouble Orescent At a fnn TCv Little Belmont b g by Bel Air Tho others all nock and neck got a and Ruby Wilkos not having won a Oecie Lewis ch m by Pen- W L Orabb SonEminonco to a Race Meet Â¬ 4 5 7 hundred or so yarxls tho advantage of neat in live wero drawn and only Ky L T Orabb rose dam by Black Eaclo ing Bowon Warlock b s by Whips dam MolHolton Forks him bqforo ho sottled down to busi Â¬ throe started in this heat Sum- ly Walker R S Strador Lex of Elkhorn Ky 3 3 dis 8 8 5 ness but whon ho did ho did it sure mary ington Ky Eggman b s by Egbert enough The Bpace between them Ruby Wilkes E W Ayres Time 224 224 220 dam by Black Jack J A 3 4 dr W J Lewis Works Louisville Ky dis 13 3 Tho concluding ovont was a green closed rapidly and turning into the Donald McK Lucas Jtfroadhead Judges h m hv Orescent 2 2 dr Kato Hamilton race for horses that had never start- Â¬ strotch he had almost overhaulded Brignoli Wilkes 652 Ravenwood dam bv Russell Railey Starter Down the homestretch Melissa ed and was romarkablo for the fast the field Smuggler A M Hamil4 dr ton Wheeling W Va 222 5 11 time made by the winner Aparka they came Pronto gaining ovory step Nora G Banner Bearer b s by won in straight heats best 3 in 5 but he could not quite pass Oherry Timo228 2253220 W H L3wi3 John Turnar E A who Standard Bearer dam by He was not much pushed to win tho who headed tho bunch and had to The second race was for American Clay W L Ooloman Timers first two heats leading almost from take second honor half a length bein tho 235 class Capital Hotel Crabb Son Eminence Nono of tho others were over Stakes Ky the start but in the last he was com hind 300 guaranteed lll Tho first Time 223 232 23tf lengths from tho loader The heat was between Bryan McGregor A xi CJrLq oalifiGd Siascorae pelled to do his best only succeeding four Whon it is considered that it was after a hard finish Considering tho fourth and deciding heat was a repe- and Cigarette the others being badly character of tho contest nono of tho tition of tho third except that Pron strung out Coming down the stretoh the initial meeting of the Associa- Â¬ The races of the Frankfort Trotting horses having raced before the time to made good his loss and won after Cigarette broko and Bryan McGregor tion togethor with the very short Ohorry second won without much trouble Association opened Tuesday under was extraordinarily fast Summary a hard finish Linda notice upon which it was arranged Sum- Â¬ Fester lost a shoo in this The time was vory good lather unfavorable circumstances Aparka br s by Onward dam heat and its success can best be described as mary but notwithstanding the disagrefe R O Ohurch by Magic was distanced and wa3 not started phenomenal and it is due to tho jvble weather the sport was very Frankfort Ky Helm hustling Andy Wilkes b s by Onward qualities of the officers again Christine c f by Nutgrovo dam dam by Harry Wilkes Man good The second heac was between Cig Â¬ and especially to Mr Geo H Wat Son by Madrid S Black gan Darnell Frankfort who did The first was for two year olds in 444 2 3 4 3 arette and May Morgan with tho son the clever Secretary Frankfort Ky H Blaok Ky Johnson the 240 class 160 guaranteed three Carrie E ch m by Egbert dam Tom Exumb s by Onward others well up May Morgan winning everything that could be done in tho unknown W B Luckett dam by Administrator R P short time allowed him The patron- Â¬ heats best 2 in 3 In the first heat con- Â¬ by half a length 555 Frankfort Ky Son Frankfort Pepper siderable difficulty was experienced Eliza Jane b m Walker Tho third heat opened with a beau- Â¬ age was very liberal and the officers by Maceys 434 4 Ky Foster are encouraged to make the Frank- Â¬ In getting the youngsters off but after Hambletonian dam by Kin Oherry b g by Hambletonian tiful start Bryan McGregor took koadB Abdallah Macey Bros Mambrino dam by Homer eleven ineffectual attempts they left tho lead all close up and held it to fort Trots a permanent fixture It is Versailles Ky Geo needless to say tho second meeting the string well bunched Going around Kate Hamilton bmGus Macey 3 2 3 Ky E Perrin Lexington 3 2 by Raven Porrin 12 tho stretch where he was passed by next year will bo oven bettor arranged Matrimony assumed the the first turn Simmonette May Morgan third wood dam by Smuggler A Pronto bl s by Pancoast dam M Hamilton Wheeling W Mercidita R S Strader lead and was never headed although three lengths behind The fourth than the first one and more widely 232 1 Va Shultz Lexington Ky Strador 112 heat was very close and it was al- Â¬ advertised and if the Frankfort Hildeburn gave her a rattling finish Time 227i 229 229 Time 224 225 2273 228 In the most impossible to tell from the Trotting Association iB not a perma- Â¬ tioing but a neck behind While crossing tho track with his The third race was where the ex stand what position each occupied nent success it will not be the fault second heat Matrimony took the lead arms full of drivers caps just previous cftment reached fevor heat It was a at the very start and won easily to the second heat of the second race 225 class trotting Kentucky Mid- Â¬ until just as thoy passed under the of the gentlemen who at present have the direction of its affairs Summary 100 guaranteed Mr Hugh Gaines the City Treasurer land Stakes mile wire The finish was very close Following is a list of the horses Simmonotte again winning a short Matrimony b f by Aberdeen in trying to avoid ono of the horses heats 3 in 5 but three could be dam by Happy Medium Smith in front of Bryan McGregor trotting for records and tho results exercising was run into and knocked trotted before darkness Bet in and it distance Lewis Woodlako Ky DAY over until Thursday The fifth and concluding heat was First figures IIRST 1 1 down by another the sulky passing was carried Walker time started against Ohurch Belle b f by Onward One of tho small All tho heats were so close that it neck and neck between Cigarette over his body second result of fastest heats dam by Oazique Ohurch Bros bones of his left ankle was broken was almost impossible to place the and Simmonette almost from the 86 Smith Frankfort Ky Prentice start andwas very nearly a dead Earl by Princeps Look and he was otherwise bruised but he horses at any stage of tho mile first F A Muir Oream du c by Louisville Ky 2233 2243 6 5 bore it eo pluckily that no one one and then another showing in heat the judges deliberating some Paris Ky Muir Midvale Prince by Red Wilkes Turner Boy b c by Dick Wilkes thought ho was Beriously hurt After front only to be overhauled again time bofore deciding in favor of Sim- Â¬ same 240 238 monette Summary dam unknown G W Wilson was over he was brought to and when they turned in to the 6 8 the heat Banner Bearer by Standard Bear- Â¬ Georgetown Ky Green the city by Dr E M Gober and the stretoh all in a bunch the excitement Linda Foster br f by Gam Red Leaf b c by 0 F Olay dam er W L Orabb Son Eminence bettai Wilkes dam by Har Â¬ The fracture reduced Spectators at tho was something tremendous by Red Wilkes W M Rue ry Wilkes Mangan Dar- Â¬ 300 229 W M Rue 3 3 races were much surprised to learn second heat was claimed by many to Son Danville Ky nell Frankfort Ky dis Gettysburg by Gen Sweetest ch f by Earl dam Hancock of tho serious nature of his injuries be a dead heat between Brignoli Bryan McGregor ch c by Elma O L Krieger Louisville Railey Bros Versailles 229 229 Robt McGregor dam by upon their return to the city Mr Wilkes and Melissa but the judges 77 Kv Works Niscaleta by Earl Look Smith Hambrino J Bryan ir Gaines is doiner as well as could bo gave it to Wilkes Donald MoK broke Basilea oh m by Nutbreaker dam Brannon Ky 12 2 4 Louisville 230 232 by Bismarck T Will Thomas expected in the first two heats but succeeded Cigarette rn g by Col 42 Dictor by Col Hambrick R H Paris Ky Thomas The Becond days races were more in winning the last in the fastest Hambriok dam by Longs Hildeburn be by Cheltenham Wilson Woodlakej 245 239 Hambletonian Ferguson closely contested than the day pre- Â¬ time of three It was truly a great dam by Hambletonian 10 T BordStamping Ground SECOND DAY Russell Uolmar Pa Russell 2 4 vious the weather better and tho raco as for trotted the second day Ky 2344 Lizzie Harold by Marietho Look Time 232 230 crowd larger Summary unfinished May Morgan b f by OnBefore the first raco tho unfinished Ruby Wilkes b s by Young Smith Louisville 240 237 ward dam by Woodford A match race for 200 was dooided Jim dam by Rysdyk Geo E Hol- Â¬ Abdallah Bowen Pattie Moore by tho King W T Tjotweon boats of the other races It race of the day before was decided Lexington Perrin Ky ton Forks of Elkhorn Turner Versailles 232U233 was between Ool R P Poppers Tom Ollio Wilkes won easily the first heat 565 Porrin Ky 3 13 3 3 Fetlock by WarlockKailoy Bros Holtons Tho first raco was tho Old Donald McK gr g by Allegro Exum pacer and Bowon Simonette blk f by Sim- Â¬ 150 Crow dam by Harrodsburg Boy J stake for yearlings mons dam by Bob Mon- Â¬ Versailles 300 242 Throe heats Oecie Lowis trotter F Dailoy Lexington Ky roe T Will Thomas Yuletide by Lord Russell A J best 2 in 3 The first heat was a walk Â¬ guaranteed half mile heats best 351 Dailoy Paris Ky 4 4 111 second the two in- throe Tho first heat was on Orescent b m by Belmont dam over for tho trotter the Alexander Spring Station 233 2333 Time 228 231 230 232 231 Norman Alexanders by same for tho pacer and the deciding easy victory for Jay Hawk although Latosca by Madrid R P Pepper Tho third race was tho 2 15 olass Macey Bros Versailles Ky one vory oloso Tho trotter led until ho was pushed in the stretch by A W Son Frankfort 235 237 4 4 2 purse 300 It was generally consid Â¬ Macey within a few hundred yards of tho Harper Stamping Ground a good Brignoli Wilkes blk s by Geo Midvale Princo by Rod Wilkes ered at Aparkas mercy He won the string when tho pacer passed her third In tho second heat much Wilkes dam by Brignoli first heat without muoh trouble Look Smith Louisville 238 231 difficulty was experienced in getting Romy Oynthiana Wilson and won by a neck Summary Nellie Earl by Earl same 249 A olose finish 6 14 never being hoaded Ky Shultz tho field started Jay Hawk took the Tom Exum bs by Onward dam Melissa blk m by Nutwood betwoen Eliza Jane and Dictor for 241 2 11 lead but was passed in tho stretoh by by Administrator Pastime by Lord Russell A J dam by Ouyler Saml Avritt Becond honors was the feature the Oeoio Lowis oh m by Penrose Stamping Ground who won by a 226 Lebanon Ky Sydner Aloxandor Spring Station 230 227 2 latter getting tho place In tho sec dam by Black 12 longth and a half In the third boat Nora G b m by Ahue W L Reality by Pretender W L Orabb ond heat Eliza Jane load from the Time 231 2281232 Orabb Son Eminence Kv it appeared to bo Stamping Grounds Son Eminence 230 228 L T Orabb 13 3 quarter to the last turn but Aparka Tho second race on tho programme raco but ho broke his gait in tho Charlie R by Madrid W T Tur Â¬ Time 2273 225 225 paBsod her as soon as they turned was a 220 olass trotting stake 300 stretch and Jay Hawk won before ho TIIIItD DAY into tho strotch Eliza Jane second ner Versailles 240 235 guaranteed and was tho most hotly could settle down again Summary Jessica by Onward E W Ayres Beautiful woather marked tho con- Â¬ Diotor broko in all three heats but contested of all but was unfinished In Jay Hawk rn o by Jay Bird cluding day of tho mooting Another whon ho sottlod down ho showed Duckors 245 2433 tho first tho eight got away woll dam by Grand Sontinol Ed Yarmouth by Sandwich A J largo crowd was present good speed The concluding heat Olasby Georgetown Bro bunchod but going around tho turn Ky Olasby 12 1 Tho first event was to deoide tho was a walkover for Aparka who was Alexander 230 2373 O took tho lead and after fight Stamping Ground b o by Col Sallio Costard by Onward Look Smith unfinished raco of the day bofore never urged After tho raco his ing nook and nook with Ollio Wilkes Hambriok dam by Longs tho Kontuoky Midland Stakes Tho driver Mr Holm said ho be 245 237 Hambletonian J R Ferguson for a half mile drew away and won Dictor by Ool Hambriok R H first heat found all woll bunohod at lioved if driven to his host Aparka stamping urounu Ky Fer Â¬ by two lengths The second boat was 3 12 tho turn guson First ono and then tho could boat 220 and many others wore Wilson Woodlako 239 2371 a repetition of tho first until almost A W Harper b o by Pegasus A numbor of horses started for othor was ahead but Donald MoK of tho samo opinion Summary to tho string whon Ollio Wilkes man Â¬ clam by Mossengor lioy T u records on Thursday also but wo succeeded in putting his head in Aparka br b by Ortward aged to push a head in front Tho Bedford Jetts Station Ky 2 3 3 front at tho finish Mr Gus Maooy woro unable to obtain a list of them -J- ohnson nam ny juagio it u field was all in a bunoh but a short Linda W b f by Major Burr Churoh Frankfort Ky 111 tho driver of Orescent claimed that distance bohiud tho two loadors Tho Wliy Wont You Stop dam by Melrose Ed R Will ho had been fouled by Dailoy driver Diotor b s by Ool Ham Â¬ briok dam by Billy Lowis third boat was as hotly oontostod as son Shelbyvillo Ky Will R II Wilson Woodlako 4 4 4 of Donald MoK at which Mr Dailoy son Coughing boforo tho entire mu Â¬ tho others but Ollio Wilkes soourod became vory much oxoitod but his Ky Time 129 1203 120 cous mombrano lining tho air pas Â¬ tho lead and could not bo hoaded sage leading to tho lungs becomes friends suoooodod in pacifying him Eliza Jane b m by Mn Che 300 olass The sooond raco was Summaiy unfinished ooys Hamblotonian dam inflamed as it suroly will bo from a pacing 300 purse mllojioats 3 in 5 Tho dooislon hung flro for a whllo by Klnkoads Abdallah cough nogloctod There is but ono Eon Anna b g by Dronnon B and was at Piontos moroy but ho but tho judges finally announcod tho Macey Bros Versailles remedy that givos instant roliof and vv uuuimiUii Jjuuiuvuiu Ky ouros qulokly Dr Halos Household 3 7 3 broko gait in tho last two heats going positions as in summary Johnston Minnlo B b ra by John Cough Ouro ouros ovory kind of Rashloigh oh s by Inglowood around the first turn which mado it In tho sooond boat Melissa having Wilkos dam by Hambri Â¬ cough from a simple cold to inolplont dam by Tom Mitoliell Bowon interesting Tho fight for tho othor boon drawn Oroscont took tho lead no Mangan Darnell consumption 25 and 60o bottles at IIolton Forks of Elkhorn theJ turn and was ohallonged by 444 lranKiorc Ky Carpenters South Side drug store Ky- - Jno 5 4 8 positions was vory oxoiting all being at Holton Tlmn 232 229 227 woll bunohod Tho first boat Pronto Donald MoK At tho half Donald SalHo O oil m by MoOurdya mi Tho last raoo of tho day and tho dam Mary Hambletonian took tho load and was novor headed broktl and dropped baok whilo Nora Montgomery II Stuart mooting was won easily by Banner Children Cry for Pitchers Castorla The foaturo of this boat was tho con G mowed forward Donald MoK Ma Goorgtoown Ky Muir 12 2 tost for Booond honors botwoen Andy llssa and Ruby Wilkes in a bunoh be Â¬ Bearer In straight heats It was Eula X b ra by Pretender dam For styllBh n thlB order they oarao to tho nearly dark before tho last heat waB eall and see and protty dross goods Wilkos and Ohorry tho former getÂ¬ hind by Strathmoro S Blaok Son our lino 0 6 ting the advantage G pushing half a longth trotted 7 Frankfort Ky II Blaok In tho sooon4 Btring Nora In the first and third heats 2 tf WmtzelODonndll Three For KoKomis b a by Victor Von Bis marck dam by Goldsmiths Abdallah Money Bros Ver sailles Ky -- GusMaoey Ollio Wilkes b m by Favorito Wilkes dam by Jim Monroe W H Wilson Oynthtana Ky Â¬ Â¬ jtt Â¬ three-year-ol- Â¬ Ill Â¬ - Â¬ To 975 por head 7 mules Klatvlclus from 2150 to 9050 4 dry cows from Tho following is taken from tho 1505 to 3000 20 head of owcb at toured at the postofflco at Fnmkfort Kentucky 325 por head Cincinnati Tlmos Star Thursday aa second class mailable matter Sept 18th 1891 My lino of millinery is tho cheap Â¬ Dr JamoB Russoll Hawkins of fcJKO A LEWIS Editor and PublMicr est to bo found in tho oity rrmiKiori ivy was in tno city yes Wm ODonnell 5 lt terday on a visit to his brother Major FRANKFORT OCT 10 1801 Edward W Hawkins Dr Hawldna Ball settled in tho county of Boono State of ihjo no Having jvencuoKy in ino year An exciting game of base ball was a short time previous thoroto moved DEATH CAME BVD Â¬ played at Switzor on Saturday be with his family from tho county of DENLY State of Virginia and near tween tho Switzor and Peaks Mill Honrico of Richmond In March 1840 tho city nines which resulted in a victory for ata Whig Convontion hold at Warsaw Mr W A FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT heifors at Br J Russell jVjpfRq Farm THE for Rent Â¬ Base KAMI KNOWN A8 THE DUDLEY near tho city limits of Frankfort on th Versailles nlku containing 266 acres Is for rone from March 1st 1892 to March Int 1891 Th pliico Is well adapted to general farming stock ralidiiK mid tobacco growing tages for dairy and marketing and litis advan For particular pAlhounPr8Bcl it Capital Hotel or Ohlnn Frankfort Ky AUK tf MAUY J DUDLEY E Both tho method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the taeto and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses tho system effectually dispels colds head Â¬ aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is tho only remedy of its kind ever produced pleasing to tho taste and ac ceptable to tho stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and 1 bottles by all leading drugAny reliable druggist who gists may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any ono who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ G 3IATTEH3ST THE- - lyOUiS Wiard In St The startling nows was recoivod in this city Monday afternoon by tole graph that Mr William A Wiard formerly of this city had just diod upon tho stroot in St Louis Missouri It is supposed that heart disease was tho causo as ho had for somo time boon subject to attacks of sovero pain in tho region of tho heart Mr Wiard was for sovoral years a traveling man in tho employ of Messrs Mason Foard Company in thig city soiling tho product of their shoe manufactory but about a year ago obtained employment from a St Louis house and wenT to that city to reside About three months ago ho oloped with and married Miss Kate Mangan daughter of Mayor Lewis Mangan of this city and tho young couple have since made their homo in St Louis The young wife who by this sudden dispensation of Providence is ren Â¬ dered a widow is completely crushed and heart broken returned with the remains to this city on Thursday morning and they were laid to rest in tho Cemetery here yesterday Her was grief pitiful to behold and the hearts of a large circle of friends go outtohorin deepest sympathy The deceased was a son of Mr W L Wiard formerly of Louisville but A Neat Job for the past ten years a resident of this city and a nephew of Mr Walter Mr John W Payne has received Franklin Circuit Clerk from Glasgow Va a map of the prop- Â¬ erty of the Glasgow Development A Good Showing Company which is a photo lithograph The following figuros show the from the original drawings by Mr amount of mail matter which passed D Meade Woodson formerly of this through the Post Office in this city city It is one of the neatest jobs during the month of September Meade ever executed and that is The business of tho office is constant- Â¬ saying a great deal Mr Payno will ly increasing bit is being handled have it framed and hung in the Oity with promptness and dispatch by our Clerks office or the Council Chamber efficient Postmaster and his excellent You can depend on Frankfort boys corps of assistants The figures be- Â¬ to make their mark low are taken from the report of Mr Â¬ Harry Rogers mailing clerk who is Br Hales Household Oint ment gets all mails off always at his post promptly and leaves nothing to ac- Is the finest remedy in the world It absolutely cures catarrh It cures cumulate Cures and Letters mailed to other offices 44042 Neuralgia magic Rheumatism Rheum Cures Salt Piles like Drop letters for local delivery 2106 in the moBt soothing manner Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Wrapped parcels sealed and Can be 1025 Cures Coughs and Colds mailed to other offices taken internally A positive specific Wrapped parcels soaled for for Pneumonia Cuts Bruises Burns 50 Chilblains Sores of long standing local delivery Corns and Bunions are cured quickly Postal cards mailed to other offices 8149 different from all else superior to all else it has no equal 25 and 50c boxes Postal cards for local delivery 1254 Large size cheapest Sold at Carpen Â¬ 1 11000 ters South Side drug store Pieces second class matter m Pieces frank matter 15000 Pieces third class matter 8500 Visit from an Old Pastor 400 Local matter Rev D Welburn of Nashville 300 Pieces fourth class matter Tennessee who was pastor of the 250 Letters to foreign countries this city forty Parcels of official mail matter 3700 Methodist Church in six years ago was in the city on Sun Â¬ Total pieces of all kinds handled 95770 day visited the Church with which ho labored nearly a half century ago made a talk to the Sunday school Eloped From Jettfl and participated in tho morning and Mr Martin V South son of the evening services He found very few late Sam South and Miss Lucy Mc indeed of the old congregation and Ginnis daughter of Mrs S O Mo almost all the faces ho looked into Tho devout Ginnis residencts of the Jett neigh Â¬ were strange to him borhood in this county eloped to worshippers of the good old times Covington on Thursday where they have passed away and their places He were married and left immediately are filled by a young generation for California whore they expect to missed the portly form of Mr Jacob The Cov- Swigort the seat of Mr Joseph Gray make their future heme ington Commonwealth of Friday was vacant Miss Harris Gray and contained tho following notice of tho numerous other dovout Christians who worshipped there forty six years marriage A pair of good looking lovors hailing ago sleep the last sleep in tho City Tho old Church edi Â¬ from Frankfort giving thoir names Upon tho Hill as M V South and Miss Lucy Mc fice was burned thirty six years ago Ginnis wore united in marriage last bv Judtro Chesterfield Mc and a new one fills its place in anoth Â¬ nicrht The lovers appeared to er part of tho oity Laughlin bo pooplo high up in society and tho Mr Welburn evidently felt lonely Judge performed the ceremony ac- Â¬ indeed in his old homo but he doubt- Â¬ cording to tho latest stylo with all tho beautiful trimmings and adorn Â¬ less found a few old citizens to wel Â¬ ments and was rowarded with a 20 come him and with whom ho could bill talk over old times Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ to Gallatin county without his knowl edge ho was nominated to ropresont in tho coming Sonato that senatorial then composod of tho district Home Again counties of Boone Gallatin and Car- Â¬ ThiB district had previous to Mr O S Walcutt an old resident roll time and for more than a quarter that of tho county and city who has been of a century been represented by a living in Columbus Ohio for tho Domocrat and notwithstanding tho past nine or ten years has purchased fact that tho Drs opponont was re Â¬ tho a farm about two miles from this city garded and doubtloss wasman ofmost popular and influential his with his family to party in tho district yet ho was after and roturnod hero a most animated contest most tri- Â¬ reside umphantly olectod The Dr Bervod as State Senator for four years to Paralyzed tne ontiro satisfaction or his constit Col H M McCarty Assistant Sec Â¬ uents and at tho session following tho close of his senatorial career the retary of State under Gov Knott and Dr was elected secretary of that at the present time editor of the body whioh position ho held for Jessamine Journal was stricken with about a quarter of a century Tho Dr has paralysis at his home in Nicholas organization been present at tho of ovory Legislature Had Bince tho year 1845 and it may ville on Saturday This will be be news to his many friendB in this city truly said that since that time there and tho State at large for he is uni- Â¬ has scarcely been a statesman of prominence in the State with versally popular wherever known whom he was not intimately and personally acquainted bound to Bled in Boston many by tho most irrefragable ties of friendship Mrs Bettio Campbell widow of tho Ho is yet one of tho most gonial of lato Rev Enos Campbell died at all men although on tho other side Boston Tuesday last She was a sis- of eighty six a most remarkably well in ter of Mr Dudley M Ball of Wood- most preserved man retaining intola wonderful decree his ford county and was buriod in the leotual faculties and vigor of early cemetery at Versailles Thursday manhood and can yet handle his pen afternoon by the side of her husband without the slighest tremor His brother the major desires to She was an earnest member of the be distinctly understood that the it Dr a lovely Chris Â¬ is the oldest of tho family ias ad- Â¬ Christian Church and vanced so far in life as now to be the tian woman only survivor of tho Senate of 1840 tho Switzor boys by a score of 19 Â¬ 6 PHtimiiir 334 MAIN STREET FKANKFOKT KY n ncri vwtnu ewwdrv v i Sftsis WATCHES llVERWAREJp CLOCKS SAN FRANCISCO CAL LOUISVILLE KY NEW YORK i JEWELRY Bepaired and Warranted M May2 ly NY J BEATTY A Attorney at Law b Real Estate Agty BEATTYVILLE LEE CO BREATHITT WOLFE PRACTICES IN LEE Powell Clay and other counties Sept 5 tt SELBERT 233 St Clair street Stopped by Highwaymen W J CHINN JR Â¬ FURNITURE LOOK AT THESE PRICES A bed room suit cheval dresser 18x40 inqh French bevel mirrory 16th century finish 25 A 16th century finish suit chev- Â¬ al dresser 18x30 inch French bevel Mirror 22 A solid ash suit 16th century 20x24 inch French bevel mirror 20 finish Mr Phythian Saffell was returning from this city on horseback Monday in State night and in turning the corner at Will practice floorallCustom Courts Office second House Fitzgeralds Bend on tho Lawrence JnnSJO ly burg pike ho saw three men two standing against the fence and one on the opposite side of the W road Whep ho came up ono of them ATTORN sprang forward and caught his horse by the bit and the others ran up along RJBAI JBSTATJB AGJBNT side with the intention doubtless of PRACTICE IN THE COURTS 01 Franklin and tht pulling him from the saddle The will Alio giro special adjoining counties and attention to the purehas horse was young and nervous and and tale ot real estate collection of n nta claims the men rushing up by the side of and the negotiation of loans 1un2B 1 him caused him to spring forward and break the hold of tho man at his B head when Mr Saffell put spurs to Ono of tho tho horse and escaped Successor to Parkers Transfer line men followod somo distance and atÂ¬ HAULING OP ALL KINDS PROMPTLY tempted to catch the horse but tho ATTENDED TO PAID TO SPECIAL ATTENTION animal was too fleet for him Mr v i heavy Irelght and funlture Office ntMOVING N L Oct8 2m Saffell was unarmod and would have depot proven an easy prey for the three men had his horse been a gentle ono Administrators Notice The spot where the attempt was made is a dark and lonely one and PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE ESTATE Joseph Sams hereb nutl well suited to the would bo robbers ALL come forward deceased are once and all uiul settle nt lied to purpose It was so dark that Mr Saffell persons having claims gainst the istutoof said could not toll whether they woro decedent arjrequesteJtoprefeHthoflaine prop Â¬ erly proven according to law for ttlemeiit on or before the 1st of Decemher 1891 white men or negroes LYONS B WM CROMWELL EY-AT-LA- P LILLIS An imitation walnut suit 18x24 inch mirror 14 R ROGERS SON May2 ly Dr W I CAPITAL IN Kilty OHIO Excursions to Lexington Ky For tho Grand Trotting Carnival Oct 12 to 17 excursion tickets will be sold to Lexington and return at one fare for tho round trip by Agents Orescent route at of the Queen stations between Cincinnati and Chattanooga Also by Agents of tho Tickets Louisville Southern R R good to return until Oot 19 Sept Stf lm F Admr Jos bams deceased OF CINCINNATI WILL BK AT THK CHILD BIRTH MADE EASY is a scientific- Â¬ ally prepared Liniment every ingre- Â¬ HOT2CX KY Mothers Friend FRANKFORT dient of recognized value and in constant use by the medical pro- Â¬ fession These ingredients are com bined in a manner hitherto unknown Friday Ootober 30 1891 Friday Novoml er 20 1801 Friday Deoember 11 1891 FXXiSSS BLEEDING Cured wltQvMtt A Woodford Wedding O Tho wedding of Mr A Hunter WILL DO all tnat MOTHERS FRIEND is claimed for tfLIND or h ITCHING any surgical operation and wit little or bo pain Chloroform Ligature or Knife It not necessary with tola mode of treat jr formerly of Versailles but now of Meridian Miss and Miss Blanche Ferguson who was notod as ono of Versailles most beautiful and charm ing girls announced for tho 28th inst Congratulations June old fel- Â¬ low Â¬ HAND MORE It Shortens Labor Lessens Pain Diminishes Danger to Book Life of Mother and Child to Mothers mailed FREE con- Â¬ taining valuable information and voluntary testimonials Sentbyexpress on receutof price lC0prbottlfl REGULATOR CO Atlanta 0 BRADFIELD BOLD BY ALL JUaOI8T8 FISTULA IN ANO la cured FISSURES Cored wltaout cutting or tearing ULCERATION CATARRh CONSUMPTION Its early stages In ONE DOLLHR WEEKLY BUYS A OOOD GOLD WATOH Ot tne bowel cured DrHeilj has now been visiting this oltrreg arly for neaily suvonjtuis una ihe niuny euro bo una maae among too wealthy and Intnmtth cltlons are sunlclontevtdenceor his success t It lb now a well established fuct that man wises of tbe stomach liver Kidney bladdu Mmb and nervouu system are either caused 0 uiurravated by the coexistence ot PILES FlflTH LA FISSURE ULCER RKFKRENGEBj Dr K K Oober Frankfort Ky or RECTAL Court Bay Tho orowd in town on Monday at County Court was muoh larger than usual and tho offerings of stock quite numorous but prices showed very A number of little improvement Toxas ponies were on tho market but few sales wore made Diamond Bentley auctioneer re Â¬ 17 horsds ports tho following sales from 1510 to 9510 6 mules from 4025 to 95 12 head of litoers at 2100 per head 14 yoarling Gratifying to All Tho high position attained and tho universal aocoptanco and approval of tho pleasant liquid remedy Syrup of Figs as tho most oxcollont laxative known illustrate tho value of tho qualities on which its success is based and are abundantly gratifying to tho California Fig Syrup Company 4 lm m All tho very latest styles in dross trimming at low prices 2 can bo cured by the prompt use of BY 00R CLDB SYSTEM Ayers Cherry Pectoral It soothes Our 14 caret patent stiffened gold cases nro warranted for 20 yenrs Walthuin and EIrIii movement reliable mid well known Stem wind and set limiting or open face ladys or KontH alio Eijualto any 75 watch Wo Bell ono of these watches for and send to any address by reentered mall or byexpiessO 0 Dwlth prlvllego of examina Â¬ tion Our agent at Durham N 0 wi - 3 dont know Our Jewelers have confessed tlhow you can furnish such work for thv monoy the Inflamed tissues aids expectoration and hastens recovery J 2S CASH Kranldln Morris GraetrnBbuxg T Btateu Frankfort Ky vterberlch Kranktort Ky Re L P llulett fienson Ky A H MeClure Frankfort Ky Richard Ferguson Frankfort Kf w j Hugliea Frankfort Ky David llooro Hanson Kr Jiib M Wlttrnw Frankfort Ky DR KKULffTB office and residence Is at Mk West Eighth street Cincinnati and where kr may be found every ay ot each week KXCSPT 3 V FEIDAIB AND 0ATUBDAYS pamphlets describing theso diseases and thl mode of treatment seat free to any one by a dressing Dr tf WBITZEL nJWOiWmAj V Ayer Lowell Mass JC Jco i wuntod ut oach place 43 Wrltofor particulars W EMPIRE WATOH CO Y and COMalden Lano New YorkN aSO West Hlghth St Oinotnnati O OONQUJVTATION FRfiH m I KELLEY HI D r lJl Y l r WNLNKFOilT ROUNDABOUT t FRANKFORT OCT 10 1801 iV A Cure for Paralysis ifr Frank Cornelius of Purcoll Ind Tor enyo I Induced Mr Pinson whoso wife hnd paralysis In tho face to buy a bottle of Ohamborlalns Pain Balm To their groat surprao boforo tho bottle had all boon ubou Hor sho was a groat deal hotter faco had been drawn to one side but tho Pain Balm rellovod all pain and soronoss and the mouth assumed its natural shape It is also a certain ouro for rheumatism lame back CO sprainB swellings and lameness cont bottlos for sale by J W Qaylo 52 lm bout tended and passed or nicoiy Owen Mooro morohant and drug Â¬ gist at Swoot Homo has recovered from a spoil of siokno88 and is at his post again John J Mooro 1b having a new dwelling orooted Wolcomo to tho newsy Rounda- Â¬ Globe Obbeiiver wo loarn has Boourod tho samo and his family will follow soon Tho applo party at Mrs N J Sti vers Friday night was largoly at ofobtaining a home What SliakcBpcarc Have Said Might Deui Hell Sudden Attack Policeman Frank Egborfc had a sud Â¬ den attack of heart trouble on Tues Â¬ day night and it was rumored on tho streets that he had dropped deadr After working with him for somo time Dr Q W Ohinn succeeded in bringing him around Tho cause of the attack is thought to have been rheumatism of tho heart Mr Egbert was at his homo in South Frankfort at tho time Ho is now much inproved but not yet ablo to bo on duty Druggist of Lexington Ky says that Dr Halos Household romedieB consisting of Dr Halos Household Cough Curo Dr Halos Household Ointment and Dr Hales Household Tea aro tho best sellers he has over had in his storo This is owing to tho groat merit of these popular romedieB They invariably give great satisfaction save many doctors and work wonderful cures Everybody should use them 25 and 50c sizes at Oatpontors South Sido drug store 1 Tako or not tako that Is tho ques- Â¬ tion Whether tis hottor for man to suf fer Tho pangs and torments of Indiges tion Or somothlng tako and In Its tak Â¬ ing end thorn Shakespeare didnt say that hut likoly ho would havo said somothlng similar if howoro living in tho 19th century when so many suffer untold agonies from indigustlon Of courso ho would havo gone on to say that a man mtist bo a iool not to take somo- Â¬ thlng which would put an end to tho pangs and torments spoken of if ho could got it Now it Is a fact that weakened impoverished blood brings on indigestion whioh is the cause of dyspepsia constipation a poisoned condition of tho whole sys Â¬ tom and it is a fact also that Dr Piercos Goldon Medical Discovery will so purify tho blood and enrich it that all tho weakened organs are revitalized and strengthened It is guaranteed to do this If it dosent your money is refundod to you Â¬ C F B ROWER Main and Broadway CO ZESTS lEiEaaaGraOIfcT We are now prepared for the Fall Season with a large and careful selected stock of Carpets Drugs Furniture Wall Paper OVIt VERY BEST PEO- Confirm our statement when wo say that Dr Ackers English Remedy is in every way superior to any and all other preparations for the Throat and Lungs In Whooping Cough and Croup it is magic and relieves at once Wo offer you a sample bottle freo Remember this Remedyis sold on a positive guarantee 9 J W Gaylb Druggist department will be in ohargo of a first class milliner and will begin Monday taking orders for My millinery fall hats 3 PIE Wm ODONNELL Our New Capitol - r ll Will certainly make the citizens of iranktorc and surrounding country happy but Royal Germetuer will bring comfort and happiness to every home because it is a specific for any kind of stomach blood kid- Â¬ ney or bowel trouble Call on Chap man Williams and get a book free Excursion Rates in which such men as Rev Sam N will sell round trip Jones Rev J B Hawthorne and The L jtober4th Gen 2 Longstreet testify to its efficacy tickets to St Louis V to 9th inclusive good to ntum until o and on Ootober 13th at one fare On Seal Skiu account of Fair and Exposition On account of the Trotting Races Remember wo are agents for ono of N will sell round tripi tick the most reliable houses in Cincin- Â¬ tho L Mill ets to Frankfort at one fare October nati on seal cloaks and will submit 6th 7th and 8th good returning un- Â¬ samples and prioes for examination A largo number of of our citizens til October 9th 2 tf WEITZEL ODONNELL have been attending the races at Tickets will be sold from all sta- Â¬ Frankfort this week tions onL C L Division and K O For making pickleB use Sooflelds Miss Jennie Sullivan is visiting1 rel- Â¬ Railway vinegar It will pay to use only the W W Alexander atives in Louisville best For sale only by The LeCompto Agent 3 tF Gayle Co South Sido Miss Lena Qaines of Eminence is the guest of Miss Ollie Hockensmith DO NOT SUFFER ANY Scoflelds pure apple vinegar 5 LONGER Mr G Cox and son Goorce of years old is for sale only by The Bowden Montana are visiting his Knowing that a oough can bs LeCompte Gayle Co South Side daughter Mrs Mattie Bacon 3 tf ohecked in a day and the first stages m of consumption broken in a week we Mr Church Ford and sister MiBS Mrs Harris and Miss Wollerman hereby guarantee Dr Aokers En Bettie of Georgetown are vibiting have returned from New Yorkj where their grandparonts Mr and Mrs glish Cough Remedy and will refund they have bought the latest Parisian the money to all who buy take it as Henry Church per directions and do not And our hats bonnets and everything con- Â¬ Mrs E W Gregory visited relatives The nected with tho millinery line ruttnent correct at Switzer last week announcement of the opening of J W Gayle Druggist their grand display will be given Our boys crossed bats with the within the near future Ladies wait Switzer base ball club at Switzer last 146 Chambers St Wiley Mr W Saturday the game resulting in the New YorkTCity says that Ayers Sar for it 3 score of nine to six in favor of the saparilla cured him of a day and latter scaly humor from which he had suffCloaks Cloaks I have Our line is arriving daily and we Rev W S Giltner of Eminence ered intolerably He adds preached Sunday to a very large not now a blemish on my body and will show all the very latest styles my cure is wholly due to Ayers Sar audience 2 tf WEITZEL ODONNELL A number of trees in Thos Longs Baparlla ohorry orchard are in full bloom Engraving of all kinds promptly Ladies misses and childrens un Â¬ attended to at W Will T Innes the boss fisherman der ware all sizes at the very lowest 234 St Clair street L Coppersmiths 45 ly succeeded in catching twelve bass price weighing 30 lbs near Knights bridge 2 tf WEITZEL ODONNELL Fob Sale A stock of groceries a Mossrs Andrew Scott and Rufus Call on good stand and cheap rent Dinkle were in this lection Sunday For rent A brick cottage of M T Mitchell 3 lm Frankfort Ky The ladies of Peaks Mill will give three rooms on the hill opposite a supper Friday evening next at the John L Scotts residence toPossession given Sept 7th Apply residence of Henry Church near 51 tf IENRY GOBBER ANNOUNCEMENT Pinnacle Point for the benefit of the new Christian Ohuroh which is now clocks and jewelry of We are authorized to announce W II PAR Watches Every under course of construction RKNT of Krnnkllii couatr as Â¬ cundldate for standard delicacy of the season will be served sides sold brand at Coppersmiths be- Assistant Clark of tho House ofuRepresentatives at oountuuiiy and it is noped tnat a St Clair streetdeadrook prices ly234 of tho next Legislature subject to the action of 45 the Democratic caucus largo crowd will be out and will give Auk 15 te substantial encouragement to tho 500 pieces of fall and winter ging Â¬ managers who are sparing no effort ham armenia serges and outing to make it a succoss LOTS FOR SALE cloth at the very lowest price Em Eye Oapt W A Abbott who has long been with Messrs Percival Hat ton Real Estate and Insurance Brokers Des Moines Iowa and is one of tho best known and most re Â¬ spected business men in that city says I can testify to the good of Chamberlains Cough emedy 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 Â¬ Draperies c SUITS Which we are now offering at bottom prices Just received a car load of LOW PRICED CHAMBER Peaks Â¬ Finished in antique and 1 6th century These suits are genuine bargains Call and examine them C F BROWER Wall Paper CO Draperies Jt Carpets Furniture Â¬ WHITES HAS LED ALL CREAM VERMIFUGE WORM REMEDIES FOR 20 YEARS SOU EVERYWHERE TAYLOR MEDC0 STLOUKMO EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED PREPARED BY RICHARDS0H JAY-EYE-S- EE W U Mr of Jay- - - vo years standing from u wiiu nroo applications or 01 orv jcar old ally X as I ba o o or used or heard 5 or heartily recommend It to all llubeniou S irviaio hundreds oftnch testimonial per bottle Ask yoardruggUtforltvIfho 1 1 NS Is tho boat preparation 1 MTlEi N irs 2 It Works Wonders The tonic and alterative properties of S S S are now widely known and it enjoys wonderful popularity as a spring medicine It is as perfectly adapted to tho delicate systom of a little child as it is to that of the adult It works wonders on those who uso it as a tonio as an altorativo It gives and as a blood purifier health strength and heartiness to tho siok and tho feeble It is adoptod to tho very young and tho very old It revives renews and builds up tho feeble or tho brokon down system tf WEITZEL ODONNELL maiik IV B EDDY it bt ml us -- 5c htuiuri or Ml cr for trlaftox CO Whitehall Y mum mm ohargo of a first olass milliner and will begin Monday taking orders for fall hats Wir ODONNELL 3 My millinery department will bo in LOT FRONTING ABOUT 60 FRET ON Holtnos street 1 lot 60 feot fronting on 8 lots 60 feet front on Versnllles turnpike Arlington Avenue 8 lots 0 feet front each on wortti wiiKinson street All in Frankfort Ky For particulars ami y to Oct 3 2m JUHN IILINDSKY FOR LOW PRICES CALL ON C E COJLLINS Hardware Wall Paner and Cement BRO Iron StoeJ 1 1 Bucklens Arnica Salve KENTUCKYS GREAT TROTS I 9 The best Salve in the world foi Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Kentucky Trotting Horso Breeders Rheum Fever Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns ASSOCIATION and all Skin Eruptions and positively cures Piles or no pay re- X m ZECZ37- quired It is guaranteed to give Zlipali Oct 12 13 1415 16 17 1891 perfect satisfaction or money re Price 25 cents per box After a long delay wo come to tho funded Monday Octoukk 12 front again with a few itomB For sale by South Side drug store Lexington Stakes is linnten 8000 2 lit Ulas pacIiiK luiho 1UX P H Carpenter 5 iy Tobaooo is safely housed and farm Kentucky cuKesinreePui oiiseMinmten i ers aro taken their rest 223 Olass trotting Purse 1000 Â¬ Slisi Oils Dd I si Paints ICosro Slir s ALSO A FULL L1NOF Sos fa Xo v der Sixot and SIloIIo Ming HA sKFORT Decorates jjme Plaster Sail Â¬ iesrington Sewer and Etna Pipo and Hank Salt AIN AND LEWIS 3-ly WS Â¬ amEM KENTUCKY visit to rolativos in this community John Mooro and wifo visited John E Mooro and family at Oroppors Inst week Died At tho homo of O B Tharp Saturday night Mrs M A Dunoan Many friends will mourn her death Sho was a member of thoM E Ohuroh and adovotod Christian lady Tho husband and family havo our sympathies Mrs Lizzie Tharp who has been lying so low thin summor is still no bettor without hope of rocovory Miss Maggie Howoro sohool is pro grossing nicoiy at Fallen Rook Price Doaklns who visited Oklaho Â¬ ma somo tirrjo ago with tho intention Mrs Edna Shuck of KoKomo Ind has returned homo aftor a thro wooku Nurseries FRUIT and QRtMIENTAL OF ALL KINDS viNiiH una oveiyuunt UMiuiiy round in hucIi un oHtubliHluniiit A full Block Prices Low Wo pay no iiyonU Desorlptho entalornoa on application BLUECRASS fouryear IlluoOniHShtakes 231 Class trotting WKUNkSIHY 2 19 2 211 2 Transylvania TUhSUAY UIWHIBU Stake 2 20 Class 13 fiOOO 1 oilsestlinatel Freo for all pacing ICrOHfrUli 15 urso 10J0 1750 class trotilnu Class trott tit Freo for all trotting il Class pacing Honuor Stakert TIIUII31UY Octohhi s Purse 1600 Purse 1000 Purse 1000 DWARD CLAASSEN PKAOTICALr eligible to 2 80 Small Phuiw Aspahaous Guapk H F HILLENMGYER LEXINGTON Oct lQ itm KY Pillow Octoukk 10 Purso 10 216 Class pacing 2000 Woodbum fatakea four-- ear olds 260 Johnston Stako stallions Three J ear olds eligible to 2 27 Class Purse 600 SAIUItim OlTOllBIl 17 Purso 1C00 2 21 Class trotting 2 20 Class trotilng Purse 1 MX Purdo 1000 2 17 Uass trotting llalpa Wilkes and RKMIMIlhlt Moubars The ureat 6000 stako Anuoreauuii 1st da und VnlUsn vh Dr 8 parks on 2d day and the grtut attractions every day KU A TIPTON Seoy Lexington Ky T P JOHNSTON President BOPt 2G Purso 1000 lurbo lGfio estimated 2251 Class trotting puiuu 600 umber Gas Fixtures In GasSteam Fitter -- AND DEALER IN- - Bath Tubs Sinks Ciosots art a R a xrirtTniiTn - FIPE AND FITTINGS BTO STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO JOB AND CONTRACT WORK ALL WORK 3t rear of Salonciors Grocery FRANKFORT KENTUCKY -- irH imwrv cz 5S yG IteJL JLT- - JL JLww LJLcJbSbiV JLl JLnd Call and See tlie G oods cLp J aUHtKJt I JP Mlf IIW a IJMWHW Tin Buckets One Qt Two Qt Three Qt 5 5 Porcelain Kettles Four Qt SixQt One 0 35 45 55 cts cts 10 cts 10 cts 15 k 5 ct iKxSL Eight Qt Ten Qt Twelve Qt Fourteen Qt Sixteen Qt Twenty Qt 1 1 60 65 Pour Qt Six Qt Eight Qt Ten Qt Two Qt Three Qt Four Qt 10 cts S m n JM 5I cts cts cts 70 00 10 20 cts 20 cts 15 m DISH PANS 10 qt 20c 14qt 25c 17 qt 30c Gasoline and Gas Stoves Refrigerators and Water Coolers AT COST n no You can buy Scoflelds pure apple vinegar for the same pi ice that jou pay lor an ordinary article and it is Infinitely better For sale only by Gayle Co South the LeCornpte 3 tf Side 2KT Religious I m Board have decided to open school at that time but with the condition We would be greitly obliged to the that the attendance shall average ministers and officers o churches in the not less than twenty reset ving the city if they would furnish us with any announcements which they ma wish privilege of closing the school at the end of any month when the attend- Â¬ madel ance shall not justify the expense of Southern Presbyterian Ohurch conducting the same Those desirKov W G Neville will occupy his ing to enter please enroll before the pulpit at 11 a m and 730 p m time specified By order of Board G T Blackley Secretary The usual services at the First Presbyterian Church to morrow at Very Successful 11 a in and 730 p m conducted by The sale of furniture carpets c Bov J McOlusky Blayney D D the which had been used in the execu- Â¬ pastor tive mansion during Gov Buckners Episcopal Ohurch Rev E A term came off Thursday and was Penick the pastor will occupy the very successful netting about 238 pulpit at Ascension Ohurch morninpj at 11 oclock and at 730 Louis Benefit p m as usual Mr Louis Harris benefit will take Baptist at Place at the Pera House nexfc Thurs Â¬ 30 in the chapel Public worship a day night and he should and doubtThe 11 and 730 Pastor W O Taylor will less will have a large house preach and Prof Wayland Graham programme was prepared by Prof will have charge of the music at both Wayland Graham whose taste in such matters is too well known to services need comment and will be given Catiiolio Ohurch The usual ser- Â¬ under his superintendence This in Â¬ vices at the Church of the Good sures its being a most excellent one Shepherd to morrow will be conduct-Â¬ Bicycle Race ed by Rev Father Gorey the pastor First mass at 8 a m second mass Tho Bicycle Race took place Thurs at 1030 a m Vespers at 3 p m day as a part of the Frankfort Trot- Â¬ The protracted meeting at the ting Association programme and Christian Ohurch this week has de- Â¬ was won by Crutcher scratch Hor The at-Â¬ sey 50 yards second and M Williams veloped a marked interest tendance has been large and several 100 yards third there being no Time 32fJ additions have been gained The other contestants meeting may continue into the com- Â¬ Crutcher and Hersey have each won the medal three times and Williams ing week twice and as tho season closes tho tho result Christian Church Rev George last Thursday in October among tho is exciting much interest Darsie will occupy his pulpit wheelmen at 11 and 730 as usual m Young Peoples Society of Christian A Man Tliermometer Endeavor wjll hold their weekly pray er meeting in the Lecture room at Lean men make tho best thermom- Â¬ 3p m eters Fahrenheit novo invited bet Â¬ Mr Darsie preaches every night of ter ones If the weather is warm and sunny they are cheerful If cold and the coming week at 730 frosty they are irritable and snappy Â¬ they are downOhurch Rev H G If damp and cloudy But if either loan Methodist cast and gloomy morrow or fat men are Buffering from bilious Â¬ Henderson will preach to morning at 11 oclock and in the ness headache constipation or in digestion tho weather will alwayB be evening at 730 damp and cloudy in their locality In the ovoning Mr HendersW will unless thoy uso Dr Pierces Pleasant These Pellets are small deliver a sermon on Horse Racing Pellois trranules culoulated to This is the first of nA rinmhHnrv and digestive organs o oorlfiB nf Kiindnv nierht sermons on start tho liver and thoreby Tno into healthy activitydispel gloom The Current Evils of our City raise low spirits and community are es- young men of the pecially invited to attend tneso Ber- Coat Jackets vicos Buy them early and you will have Sunday school convenes at 030 a m tho stock at The Epworth League will moot in tho first choice out of you at prices that will astonish at 7 oolock p m tho olasSroom Ed Harris Â¬ OHURCH-Sunday-school Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m r a ii m i i V WINDING UP SALE OF ooT FlmistLlngrO oods disappears tho worst forms of catarrh with tho uso of Dr Sages Catarrh Rem Â¬ edy Its mild soothing cleansing and healing properties effect a per- Â¬ fect and permanent cure no matter how bad tho case or of how long standing Its a remedy that suc- Â¬ ceeds where everything else has Thousands of such cases failed Thats tho can bo pointed out reason its proprietors back their faith in it with money They offer 500 reward for a caso of catarrh which they cannot cure Its a medicino that allows them to take such a risk Doesnt common sense lead you to take such a medicino An advertising fake you say Funny isnt it how somo peoplo prefer sickness to health when the remedy is positive and the guaran- Â¬ tee absolute Wise men dont put money back of fakes And faking doesnt pay cl I At r It Darnells At No 225 Main street three doors above Mangan In order to get more space to enlarge our present Livery Stable dry goods and sit DE3Iats saLsssiss - axid Caps M i m iier eiarfMt I Hi 1 Expecting our 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 oi mens and boys suits pants dress shirts underwear hats caps etc at Concluded to quit the clothing business at once fall large 41 i Prices ii- Sjjt hm ami private sale vt 01 oclock in This sale will commence Saturday Do not fail to take W QcasAss 7 WSoMrsllk SmVINCUREfM ggg as It 1 certain In lta eflccts and docs not blister Read proof below crod urf3 cvrn Vmsin WsV Ot this chance to pet first class goods at your own price and please bear m mind this is no humbug nor an advertising catch but a bona fide peremptory and forced Tho Most Successful Kemcdr orerdtsoonr Kendalls Spavin Cure Sn B J Kkndai r Co 4 Cients ADout inrio jours oko i wroiu i ju I used I owneit who liud n Bpuyln about a borne your euro and It stxbnttlujor Kendulla apuvln mads a complete Cure It 1 have recommended It t others wholiavo used with like suocpbb Mas Ahsib E Kuulujoh Sintnwoon MdMay 2 90 Up Sale Eveiy article must and will be sold t Miles Nerve and Liver Announcement Extraordi Pills nary Â¬ SOL HARRIS j Act on a now principle -- regulating Just reolvod a now lino of dross tho liver stomaoh and bowels though roboB drois trimmings and fancy Dr discovery the nerves A now cure biliousness goodo at Ed Harris Miles Pills speedily taste torpid liver piles constipa- Â¬ bad tion Splendid for men women and Darbys Prophylactic children Smallest mildest surest 50 doses for 25 conts Samples free at Use it in every sick room Wil 45 ly Ky W Gaylefl Frankfort Kendalls Spavin Cure n bottlj ola of your Kendalls Spavin Curo on tlireo ypnr and coll and It entirely removed n bono Hiuivlu bottle removing I did nojt udoafl thoyears oldInvery sound It Tho und has horso Is six or sovon dono hard work nil or tho tlmo E Kingston bausduby Respectfully yours BrJI J KgNDAII COI that Ionco tried Dear 8lrs I must say I iKDEii Warren Co Va Juno 22 1B8J E D HARRIS Married fi wholesome removing all bad odors from any source A night Hohool will bo oonduotod Will destroy all Disease Germs Â¬ In tho white sohool building begin infection from all Fevers and all Ootobor and will ning tho 10th of contagious diseases t continue twelve weeks or longer if The eminent physician J Mari- Â¬ number of pupils desire a suffloiont 1 says Those who will on Sims of New York its establishment am convinced that Prof Darbys attend ploaao call on Superintendent Fluid is a mosj valu RhoadB or Sooretary G T Blackley Prophylactic i able disinfectant and enroll their namfis The School Night Scliool keep the atmosphere pure and Kendalls Spavin Cure J Kendall I novo effectually removed one case of bono Htmvlnwlth your Kendalls Spavin Cure X cheerfully recommend It to ull O Sb H Clouts Co Coluiidu Ala July R 81 1889 of Hubert Duiicuii on tho Mlllvltlu turnplko by Key W 0 Taylor Mr Woman W HucKiioy and A stuect company of uueats MUs Kniiim CuIIcjiu at tho home Lumber for Sale Respectfully Kmairr Price 1 por bottlo or six bottles for s All drug fists liavo It or csn got It for you or It will be sent to any address on receipt of price by the proprie tors PR B J KENDALL CO Enooburgh Falls Vermont Amr llr f V rvRKSSKDANDUNDnKSSKD I WILL FOR U a short tlmeofler at private sale for cash at from amotm their relatives and near friends the mill yard of P SRulo Co in FranUfort wltiiensecl the marriage and u handsomor and a Ky in lots to suit purchasers the stock of lum Â¬ will bo hard to find happier tonplu ber on hand conststlnc of Dressed Flooring Weutuer Uoardliig Celling Moulding and othor dressed and undressed lumbor such as has boon TJules heretofore kopt In stock by said linn Administrators specially contracted for no lumber will be delivered ot against the estate of outside will the mill yard to bo paid In all cbbos be Â¬ persons having claims be required Cash William Dean will present tho same to me fore the lumbor Is moved from tbi yard Frlcos proven accorchiK to law before September 1st can bo ascertained on opplicatlon at tho mill AH porsoiw knowliiK thomselves Indebted yard 18J1 to the estate of said decedent are requested to JOHNRLINDSEY come forward apd nettle at aim Co Trustee for 1 S Rule Oct 8th 1691 BT Oct NKit AVm Dean deod Administrator Mice r m BUSINESS GOES WITH A WHIRLWIND When the proper in ducements are offered buyers We hav e the inducements Here are Â¬ 4J fe The largest assortment R EADY - ll A D E in town nfr Winter ITall and a few All prices from 3ETCJ30S03XT Â¬ Â¬ 500 up to ISITTiEDElZiOLXE When Baby was sick wo garo her Cnatorla When sho was a Child oho crlld for Castorla When sho becamo Miss Bho clung to Castorla When sho had Children sho gavo them Castor 2500 Heavy Overcoats suitable for faimers OV We keep only reliable goods SS cfc lljft Proceedings of the Frank lin County Colored v Teachers Insti tute to a w L K K 111 T t SS i Ky Oct 5th 01 The Franklin County Colored In Â¬ stitute assembled in the City School building at 1030 oclock with County Superintendent Hunter in the Chair oponed with prayer by Conductor Jackson John W Norrel was elected Secre- Â¬ tary of the Institute Superintend- Â¬ ent Hunter appointed as a committee on resolutions the following persons viz C 0 Wakefield Miss Julia Hig don and Miss Mattie Clay It was moved by 0 0 Wakefield that the meeting of the Instituto bo changed from City Public School to the Nor- Â¬ mal School building Carried Superintendent Hunter and Con- Â¬ ductor Jackson gave interesting ad- Â¬ dresses on the importance of teach Â¬ ers performing their duty and how the teachers should handle the differ- Â¬ ent branches of study that shall be assigned them 0 C Wakefield suggested that the different teachers of the dillorent schools request the trustees to atNOON RECESS tend the Institute on Friday when the school laws shall be discussed At 130 oclock the Institute was was well approved The programme called ts order by the Conductor for the aftornoon was made What constitutes a good solution was taken up and discussed by Miss A NOON RECESS Grant At 150 the Institute was called to What followed by the Conductor attention should be paid to order by Conductor Jackson The rules and definition was discussed by subject of the primary department L W Hilliard The comparison and was taken up and discussed by C 0 discussion of common and decimal Wakefield who favored the word fractions was taken up and discussed method He was followed by Con- Â¬ by JW ductor Jackson Professors Mayo and Conductor Norrel followed by the and Mrs Jackson The Todd metric system was taken up and disRECESS cussed by 0 C Wakefield followed After recess the method of teach Â¬ by the Conductor Superintendent ing advanced spelling was discussed Hunter and Prof Mayo Tho busi oyli w uuiiarcl lie was lolJowou ness applications by Conductor Jackson The method discussed by Profof percentage were Mayo of teaching advanced reading was RECESS then liscussed by Miss Julia 13 Hig don She was followed by Prols After recess Conciliator Jackson Jackson Mayo and C 0 Wakefield gave a very able talk on Hygiene The progiamme was then read for which was veiy good AdjournTuesdays meeting after which the ment Institute adjourned TnusDAY 900 TUESDAY 9 OCLOCK Tho Instituto met in tho Normal The Institute met on the above School Chapel with County Superin ifahied date with Seperintendont defnt Hunter in tho chair opened Huiiter in the Chair opened with de- Â¬ with devotional exorcises by the votional exercises by Conductor Jno conductor the roll was called all H Jackson The subject of language responded except Misses Higdon was opened by Conductor Jackson Streets and Clay after which the who gave to the Institute some sen- Â¬ minutes of the previous meeting tences in language which were very were read and adopted after which good The method of teaching oral the conductor gavo some In- Â¬ lessons on objects was discussed by troductory remarks on History whicn MIbs Mattie Clay and 0 0 Wake- wore very interesting remarks wore field The methods of teaohing writ- Â¬ also made by Col Uunter and 0 0 ten lessons were discussed by MIbs Wakefield A Grant She was followed by C 0 RECESS Wakefield and the Conductor Tho After recess tho subject of Geogra- methods of teaching the analysis of brief simple sentences were taken atedwas taken up and well venti by up by J YV Norrel followed by Con- Â¬ followed members of tho Institute by tho conductor who The methods of favors v tho sympathetic mothod ductor Jackson diagraming short sentences were Prof Wadsworth was present and then discussed by Miss Julia Higdon Tho methods ot teaohing the partB gave an interesting address onÂ¬ Geography and of speech beginning with tho sim- - tion of the samotho praotical illustralost were disouBsod by L W Hil At 130 oolock tho Civil Govern- Â¬ iard Tho methods of teaohing pri- Â¬ and openedwith mary grammar wore disoussed by ment was taken up by tho conduc Â¬ proliminay Miss Mittie Streets was tor he was remarks by overy mom Next followed discussed the difference in the bor of tho Instituto who gave their primary method of teaching of Civil Govern- Â¬ methods of teaching and advanced grammar by MIbs ment Adjournment books The text Julia Higdon -methods and their usos aud abuse were disouBsod by L W Hilliard Pronounced Hopeless Vet Saved Next was discussed false syntax and a clear conception of the division of From a letter written by Mrs Ada by 0 0 Wakefield Supor tondent Hunter and Conductor E Hurd of Groton S D wo quote Was takon with a bad cold whioh Jaokson Adjournment settled on my Lungs cough sot in REOESS and finally terminated in Oomsump At 180 oclock tho meeting was tlon Four doctors gave mo up say Â¬ called to order by Superintendent ing I could live but a short timo I Hunter oponed with a very interest Â¬ gave mysolf up to my Saviour de Â¬ ing talk on composition by Conduc- Â¬ termined if I could not stay with my tor Jackson and membors of tho In- Â¬ friends on earth I would moot my stituto Oapt Goodnight was pres absent onos abovo My husband was ent and was called on and gave an advlBod to get Dr Kings Now Disinteresting talk on tho importance covery for Comoumption Cough and of pupils attending Bohool daily Tho Colds I gavo it a trial took in all subject of penmanship was takon up olght bottloH it has cured mo and W Norrol 0 thank God I am now a woll and and diaoussod by John 0 Wakoflold and Conductor Jackson hearty woman Trial bottlos free The programme was then read aftor at Phil Carpenters Drug Store 45 whlon tho Institute acljournod regular price Oo and 100 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Frankfort tional exorcises by Conductor J II Jackson Aftor some introductory remarks by tho Conductor the sub- Â¬ ject of arithmetic was taken up and discussed by C 0 Wakefield The methods of tGnhfT1r n nnmnfHnnl fig ures beginning with tho ballwero to have been discussed by Miss M Streets but she declined it was takon up and very ably discussed by Conductor Jackson Tho methods of teaching written numbers on slates or blackboard and represent ing them with objects were discussed by Miss Mattie Clay L W Hilliard and 0 0 Wakefield Tho methods of teaching tho very simplest exer-Â¬ cises in addition subtraction multi and division wore discussed y Miss A Grant followed by 0 0 Wakefield Tho methods of teaching mental and written arithmetic and the advantage of each wore discuss Â¬ ed by L W Hilliard and County Su Hunter Eerintendent the study The ond3 to of arithmetic was taken up and ably discussed by J W Norrol followed by 0 C Wake- Â¬ field Some of tho errors in the methods of teaching by Miss Mitlio Streets followed by Conductor Jack- Â¬ son I3i cycles The Beat in the U S CASSFTT for 5125 Spring Frame RCOATS Call and look at them T not Stiff Cheaper Unci if Wanted f Do not forget wo keep the best fast black hose at the lowest price of any firm in our city 2 GRUTGHER ROBERTS FRANKFORT KY G W jL333o3Eirrs Parties to Commence Treatment Agents for AMERICAN RAM Â¬ BLERS and CHAMPIONS CYCLE SUNDRIES tf WEITZEL ODONNELL No Money RequiredofResponsible Mrs M Helm is prepared to do dressmaking at the Forks ofElkhorn She guarantees satisfaction in Style and fit Prices reasonable Ills Twerty slxth Recuhir Vlsltf SHILOHS CATARRH REMEDY marvelous cure for Catarrh Canker mouth and Diphtheria With each bottle there Headache is an ingenious nasal Injector for tho more successful treatment cf these complaints without extra charge 37 Price 50c Sold by J W Gayle A eny and corsets r Towels table linen napkins hosi Headquarters at fa- 1HU - ARRIS NOTiCE K Wili Plaintiff VilsM V In Equity J W Wn r a artmi Ac Deft aLLPEUSKS II WING CLUM AGAINST t tin e tito or J W Wiley deceased ire here- Â¬ in notll Hl to produce thu anie beforo me prov Â¬ en ti renulrol by law on oi before tho lGth dtiy or No ember lfcDl An CROMWELL P Commissioner F C EH Oct VltANKLIN r vj CORT OF COMMON PLEAS ltt PUBLIC SALE OF THE HEIRS THE REPRESENTATIVE ttS of thtflitti Mis Knn 3 On m wv will offer nt vmbllc s Ho at on ins Lnndlne on Kentucky river nine mile below Franlfort on Tuesday At 2 Novembsr 10 1891 oc lotk p in tlie doner tntcret of said do cedent In 85 acres of I mil more or less lying on lho Kentukj rhor The land lb tlrst tlass tobac Â¬ co land nu I uell adapted to grass and giUn U is outb Hidings orohuid i good duelling stable and two tine springs upon It Froo accas to the rher for stock w iter ThKMS One third cash balance In ono and and two yetra with G per cent Interett n Hen reserved to secure tho deferred payments UMPBhlLONAN Oct 10t E C ON AN O anil PnYsiciAN-iN-Oh- ai ui Oino Mi DtcAL iNSinuTP litfl for thirtv years devoted his attention to oi tho no anient of CiMriNiC NERVOUS FEMALE AND SURGICAL DISEASES Biich nn Bronchitis Cough Rheumalism all diseases of tho stomach Bowels Rectum Liver iuiuy9 Bladder Sexual lrflans Heart Nerves and Brain dlseasea of lho Eye and Ear Deformities etc HE WILL BE AT THE The vrollniHn O devt PnciA ot lKOnON an fiPECTALISr of Cincinnati oi tlit PmiADnruiA Ginkral Hospital isoKfrour be xf Resi formerly Cltrh CAPITAL HOTEL FRANKFORT KY WEDNESDAY OCT 28 ome And cvjry louuh ek thereatter -- oistzj it Consultation and Rxaniinaop Fre WEDNESDAY 000 Tho Institute oponodwith devo Children Cry for Pitchers Castorla Returning Every Fourth Veok Tlicfcuttr CONSULTATION 4N EXAMINATION in nud ho will promptly tell voi ull about your dlsonse aud tho prospects of u curt Jxe undertakes no tncui able cases LADirci nflllotod with mi of the ills peculiar to tin Ir sex tuny commit him with perÂ¬ fect contldoiico uud n nssnmueo of contain rollof and permanent cure Their cases CUKES will iccelVH tlutt lilnd nni uuiMdernto attention whwl nil will upprecinto His treatmont always proves satlHfaotoiy lucal ttrutment Is seldom nnccssan Ovarian Tnmors lu their earlier stages cuitd vlthout pain or Instrumental lute foronco Indigestion Dyspepsia Nausea Sterility Is usually tho result ot caroloshntss or Ignorance U cu bo romedled Sour Stomach Sleeplessness Kjiltopy or Fits cured by it usvoi fulling treatment DcutncHS many cast h can bo cured Headache Nervous Pros Â¬ 4iutccrfc permanently removed nom the moRt dellcnte organs toy our own pecullM tration Neuralgia Pal- Â¬ method llttlo or no pain no loas of blood no Unirnex caUHtln the only porithe cure pitation of tho Heart Htrlctnro Varlcocelo UydiocoUs Hpornmtorrhcu and ull unnatuiui dlsoharcea ponuaiiently cured Loss of Energy who MKVof all benefit Weakness of Back Feelings of and tumtiaeut uges thoy suffer from IndlporetlonRandorcessesvlll Irritation by our counsel If observe certain sediments In the urine or of the urinary oruns thov should consult us without delay TFis restore all such cases Languor and Lassitude Gen Â¬ Thdootor treats with untuUInc bucopcs nil forms of Rftctnl nineiiHe mich us Pile Debility La Grippe eral llNtuln FIkhui o and Ulcorusion of the Itowcl by a method of his own discovery wlthou pain or detention fiom business lie guarantees all cases Etc Etc Knrly Interforcnco is cousldorcd tho best of Judgment in all cases and saves time In use for 2 5 years v einlnont pbyMnlnns money and hnalth ten und pro mid HurcennN lu the United bin Tho success uttalnod la tho treatment of tho casos which ho makes his spoclnlty Is truly noun owl by them Uio Imst TONIU extant pho jomonnl others fall It oures where allyour Drutfglut Try ll uud tw Wontlernil CnrtiH have been offootod lu old and dldoult cases which have bafflM the oon vlnced AB for It efforts of ull others A h his PBICE 100 PER BOTTIiB duuyed rooms aro uouall crowdod It Is bettor to call early In tho day to avoid being Persons consulting him should bring from two to four ounces of tholr urlno in a clean bottlo for examination CO Manfs and Proprs J ED RAY Patlonts treated by mall oi express but whon possible porsonnl consultation Is prefer able List of questiOQS soiit on application XVA1UH ICY All Consultations orrcsiromlouco and Casos Strictly Confidential Sole Agent AVERILL W Treatment sent C 0 D to fin rat of the Unlul S i lad Canada Address tWf votlageorrtplu Frankfor Ky 703 CinoinnAtl 0 II B01jIAAt Juno 13 ly TONIC LOSS OF APPJETITE E Jr a v rT How Mens TTHPrTJT713 KLea --- St QTAX31TC suacl greatest lirxe of and dr witli blie largest and Boys Childrens Clothing Mens v Boys Ci Childrens and Ladies Shoes and Boots Is1 j ETrer3r a rojrlaty ComceIVa ble and a t Prices to Sia It tne Times TiH Main street FRANKFORT Remarkable Facts Heart disease is usually supposed to be incurable but when properly treated a large proportion of cases oan be cured Thus Mrs Elmira Hatch of Elkhart Ind and Mrs Mary L Baker of Ovid Mich were cured after suffering 20 years S0 Linburger druggist at San Jose 111 aays that Dr Miles New Hearb Oure winch cured the former worked vond rs for his wife Levi Logan of Buchanan Mich who had heart disease for 30 years says two bottles made him feel like a new man Dr Miles New Heart Cure is sold nnd guaranteed by J W Qayle Book of wonderful testimonials free 1 CRXJTCHER oc ST ARKS Fourth to none in the State Profs Perry and Administrators Notice Maxwell took much pleasure in show- Â¬ ing what the children were doing Mr Edward Lane left Thursday for HAVING QUALIFIED AS ADMINISTRATOR lute Miss Mary A Gnyle all persons a business trip to Arkansas and Ala- Â¬ knowing themselves Indebted to her estate are requested to come forward and settle and those bama huvlng claims agnlntt the same are requested to Mr Bowman Adams and wife have present them to me properly proven as required GEORUE L PAYNE a short by law 3 m returned to the city after Oct Administrator visit to Louisvillo They brought their two little children with them Mrs 0 T White and Mrs Wash- Â¬ ington of Bay City Michigan were in the citv this week to pay a visit TEACHER OF MUSIC FOR to Mr and Mrs W B Cane of Belle much pleased They were point with their visit to our Capital City Mr L T Clark left Tuesday to pay Instructions his old home Boone county a visit practically and given on eithei instrument thoroughly He was given a royal reception at the home of the writer on Monday FOR night Jefferson LOUISVILLE in TIME TABLE The following time table is now effect upon the L fc N rond TRAINS WEST No 17 leaves Frnnkfort No 21 leaveB Frankfort No 19 loaves Frankfort No23 loaveBFrankfort 560 am 985 a m 800 p m 700 pm Violin and Piano Tuition 225 Sept 19 oonnoctiou TBAINS BAST Shortest anujqulckest between No 18 leaves Frnnkfort 1020 a m AND No 20 lenves Frankfort FRANKFORT m CINCINNATI 454 p No 22 leaves Frankfort i15 v m Only direct line between No 24 arrives Frankfort i85 p va Nos 23 nnd 21 still connect for Cincin- Â¬ Frankfort roorgetovn and Paris Car- nati but 21 no longer connects for Shel No 28 still makes Bhelbyvillo byvillo lisle Haplle Cynthiana Fal Â¬ EPBRYAN mouth and Covington ASK FOR TICKET Agent Vlt KY MIDLAND TIME Children Cry for Pitchers Castorlai Â¬ 1v hi In the morning hurried or difficult breathing raising phlegm tightness in tho ohest quickened pulse chill ness in the evening or sweats at night all or any of theao things are the first stages of consumption Dr Ackers English Cough Remedy will cure these fearful symptoms and is eold under a positive guarantee by fl J W Gatlb Druggist s i THAT TERRIBtrE COUGH Wm ODonnell Main street has Good Looks the cheapest lino of ladies and chilGood looks are more than skin drens cotton and woolen hose in the 5 lt city deep depending upon a healthy condition of all the vital organs If tho oe3e- TBAIHS and Apply at Hours BTEEET OLD KENTUCKY Newport News ROUTE ED IN CI CENTRE STANDARD 1850 TIME TABLE A M MAY 17 A M 1 Â¬ Mississippi Valley Co Liver be inactive you have a Bilious Look if your stomach be disordered you have a Dyspeptic Look and if your kidneys bo afflicted you hare a Pinched Look Secure good health Elec and you will have good looks tric Bitters is the great alterative and Tonio acta directly on theeo vital organs Cures Pinples Blotchea Boili Sold and gives a good complexion at Phil Oabpbwtekh Drug Store 4 Â¬ Â¬ m Pass 4 4 MAIN lm Washington Philadelphia Baltimore Now York Old Point and the Sea Shore AND ALL EASTERN CITIES IN EFFECT MAY 18 1851 EAST TRAINS EAST Lv Frankfort OUEfeCRESCFJjT Among tlic Colored Citi zens Â¬ Birds of a Feather Ar BOUND Dallr Dally xSun lMur Lv Lexington Lve 735am 6 15pm 646pm Winchester 82un 700pm 77 0pm Mt Sterling Arr U52aut 7S0pu 6p luopm Ar Arr Limited Fast Express Mai Ar Georgetown Lv Georgtn via Q C fclknoru Swltzer Stamp Grod sun No Only I Pass 6 30 6 45 6 41 Q6S 6 45 60G 703 0 21 7 24 6 45 7 25 10 16 7 25 7 40 7 60 8 10 7 25 No 5 No 3 No 7 Mixed 12 K 12 25 12 43 1 07 raw 400 435 600 12 20 147 306 0 Acm Accra Dally Ex bun 1140am 1230pm Newtown Cincinnati Georgetown 1016 6 60 7 05 7 16 7 35 7 63 10 44 10 60 5 21 7 32 6 4 00 05 The writer has received many com- Â¬ pliments for his speech in favor of bringing our home talent to tho front and showing all of our children that attend our schools are expected to become useful oitizens and not to bo shoved aside when some stranger comes among us We must put on our banner the word Pro- Â¬ Let us hear nothing but that gress Tho mass meeting that was called to meet at the St John A M E for Soptember 25th wasnot as successful were as was expected by those nlf lit Djriiipnwijr tfV wii iui Sunday after a short visit to her homo in New Albany Mr and Mrs J H Taylor did much to make tho writers visit to Louis- Â¬ villo a pleasant ono for which he thanks thom also Mr and Mrs Ed Washington Mr Ed Lane had a pleasant visit to Louisvillo Tuesday and Wednes day of last wook and was shown through tho Louisville High Sohools also tho Magazine street school and thoBaptist university and can truth fully say thatthesoBohoolsaro second Â¬ was in Louisvillo last week Miss Sophia Hickman Prof Davis of tho Normal School returned uino mil Lve 1040am UOSmn f 046am 12 15pm 1080pm Asniand JI 845am Tho attraction at the Opera House 1228pm 1043pm Cuttlettsburc UOuam Â¬ next Wednesday night will be Her Huntington Arr noupm 1107pm 926am bert Hall Winslows latest comedy which drama BirdB of a Foathor WEST BOUND is expected to create more than ordi- DAILT Huntington Lvo 6 00am 120pm uary intoresc owing to its strong 635pm uauieusourg 026am 13pm 6 67pm plot consistent fun car load of scen Â¬ Ashland 63 m loupm 710pm T IE JI10RTE3T AND QUICKEST ery and realistio and mechanical Olive Hill Arr 8 i m 803pm 400am Ex 55Dm effects The production of tho play Sun Mt Sterling Lve 10 27am 432pm 625am 1 20pm in Birds of a Feather will be really to Hew Orlcini wincnester 11 15am 458pm 716am 165pm as may be seen by nn important one Lexington Arr 1205pm 530pm 805am 2 45pm tho company engaged Maria Sailer LIMITED VESTIBDLED EXPRESS runs Time 26 Hours dally und has Vestlbuled Pullman Buffet Sleepand Charles Bowser head tho list and ers the comnanv includes suoh well ntlre Inl u UiutJJ Uir Uir Conche Nowbetweon Louisville Lexington Washington York and Old Point Comfort This Iraln known comedians aB tho famous min Is made part of the celebrated Sloepors run through without change 8trol Frank McNish George Orbor IF1 IF1 THE SHORTEST AND QUI0K1ST XT Uri WWu -- w HWJ Arnnnnnri M nfhaii Thn East of Huntington on the C WWMbW 0 Routo ladies form a strong attraction as Georgetown to Jacksonville Ala FAST MAIL TRAINS runs dally between they are all young and pretty andean Lexington und Huntington Make direct act sing and dance equally well The O connections at Huntington with O Time 26 Hours At with V Ry play tells an interesting story of life Throws Meepors without change The Short Ashlandnorth Snnd south At Winchester with K bound and ut Lexing CRR L N at tho prosont day in South Carolina line ueUcu Cincinnati und ton with L 8 nndJON O T P Rafl Time 2Ui Hours Lkxinoton Kr and Southern scones are reproduced roads VI Knoxvillk Tbnn with fldolity to detail Among the LEXINGTON AND OLIVE HILL ACCtfalarO N0 A81IKVIMK 17 DATION dally oxcopt Sundav Connects nt novol features will bo a real cotton 11 ClUmNOOUATKNN Winchester to and from K 0 Points nnd at 15 O iTLANTA gin in full operation and the thrilling Lexington with IL A N It R for Louisville Ky 11 niHMINUIIAH sensational rescue in which a young Direct ConnectionsALA New Orleans LEXINGTON AND MT STKllLINf AfYiOMUn girl walks across a telegraph wire sus Â¬ port r Texan Mexicoatnnd Californiaind Shrevp DATION runs dally exceot 8unday and makes pended in mid air and saves a man be e rautuori via neniucKy aiiuiunu Hallway direct connection at Winchester to and from getowu 5tl5u marrlveClnclnnatll026 Mlddlesborough nnd Richmond and at Lex from a burning cotton warehouse viam yuicKertuun any ington Louisvillo other line Tho play will bo given hero under All trains arrlv ut depart from Central Unlou For fullwith L 8 Ry for regard to Rates Routos Information in au- Â¬ Depot Cincinnati tho porsonal supervision of the Ac apply to any Agent of this or connecting For Hates Maps oaddres thor and the management guarantee lines or to FRANK W W00LLEY II E Huntinoton 0 L Brown a novel and interesting performance Traveling 1ass Agt V PaudO M Oen Pass Agent Lexington Ky LEXINGTON KY D O EDWARDS 00 HARVEYCINCINNATI O OWDABHKr W8 HAIUUBOlfKy Vice Pros Children Cry for Pitchers Castorla G A Lexington Ky A V DAILY Centrevllle Paris 6 15 30 6 48 Lv Covington Ar Cincinnati Lv Paris via K C CarllslH Ar May8vllle Lv Paris vluKC ParlsvlaKO 2 25 2 46 8 10 4 26 6 45 105 637 65 8 43 7 10 10 Winchester 1127 12 10 I I Ar Richmond kmim TRAINS WK3T p ra 35 7 20 AM A VP MK HlP M Nofl No 2 No 4 No 8 No 12 Sun pais Pass Mix Mix Only train train train train 48 6 25 7 66 5 48 0 15 6 Lv Richmond via Â¬ Winchester Purls Lv Maysvllle K O 610 7 15 7 48 6 106 1 68 233 3 20 4 10 2 20 2 26 via 20 6 60 7 40 nnnr Â¬ Ar Paris Lv Cincinnati via Ki 0 Covington Ar Paris Lv Paris Newtown Ar Georgetown Lv Olncl natlvlu Q V Carlisle 160 Centrevllle 0 0 0 U 00 20 30 80 8 50 9 02 45 10 02 8 6 37 6 20 0 81 6 49 7 04 4 80 5 00 5 10 6 40 C Â¬ 0P4H G Ashland Stump Grod 10 21 10 24 7 81 7 21 10 Bfl 110 38 7 47 7 60 Swltzor 10 46 10 40 7 65 Flkhorn 8 10 11 00 111 01 Ar Frankfort 8 10 8 40 Nos 1 2 7 8 nnd 12 dally except Sunday Nos 8 and 4 dally Nos 6 and 0 Sundays only HOWARD OR0I8ON Agent wnJPiARPERl nS SuPfirlntendent General Passengor Agent CLAUDE BOWLS City Ticket Agent GENERAL OFFICES FRANKFORT KY Ar Georgetown Lv Georgetown 7 00 7 00 4 00 1002 1002 7 04 io 02 iio m 706 0 45