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Irf The Frankfort Roundabout GEO A LEWIS Publishor A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS ICY TERMS 100 In Advance Volume XV CTIic FRANKFORT Highest of all in iCavening Power NOVEMBER 7 1891 Number 9 Secirct oi Sticcens 7 W Oaylo dmgglBt believes tlint tlio secret of flucrcbs is pen severance T huroforo Iio persists in kerning the finest line of porfumoiles toflot arti cles cosmetics drugs and ohomioaK on tlio markot Ho especially Invitee all persons who have palpitation abort breath weak or hungry spells pain in sido or shoulder oppression night maro dry cough smotioring iropsy or heart disease to try Dr Wiles unequnled New Heart Cure joforo it is coo late It has the larg est sale of any similar remedy Fijie book of testimonials free Dr Miles Hoatorativo JNorvine is unsurpassed for sleeplessness headacho fits oto 5 And it contains no opiates Â¬ Â¬ U S Govt Report Aug vj 1889 i 4 i CFB ROWER Main and Broadway ABSOLUTELY PURE hand crushed in a cider mi 1 some timo ago will lose one finger and probably two Jesso Johnson is at his old trade manufacturing sorghum Numbers congregate athis pan to partake of the generous treat ho invites all to partako of F D Jones of Cincinnati is on an extended visit tothis community W B Moore and Victor Gordon visited Sweet Home Saturday last Mrs Margaret Jones visited rela- Â¬ tives in this community Monday night last Welcome to the Roundabout every week Fairview Advertise 1891 Frankfort Ky Letters at Mr 0 Noah Riher celebrated his fifty first birthday last Wednesday October 28 1891 The following per Â¬ sons dined at Mr Rinors Mr Wm Hieatt and family Mr 0 G Akin and wife Messrs Alex Julian Ernest Pollard und Ed Han cock Mrs Martha Kirk Mrs J W Hamilton Mrs Mag Dorton Mrs Em Â¬ ma Gordon Mrs Ann Powers Misses Lou Hancock Belle Herndon Cordie Hieatt Sallio Kirk May Hamilton Miss Nellie Powers is ill at this writing Miss Annie Dorton is visiting her father T L Dorton Women Wanted Mr James Anderson is on duty this week as guard at the penitentiary Between the ages of fifteen and Mr Willie Dorton was in this ve MuBt have pale swallow com- Â¬ neighborhood last week plexion no appetite and be hardly Services at the school house last able to get about All answering this description will please apply ior a night bottle of Dr Pierces Favorite Pre- Â¬ George Thompson is on the sick scription take it regularly according list to directions and then note the genBy a Mr Ed Kirk and Miss May Ham- Â¬ erally improved condition thorough self ilton were married Wednesday even- with this course ofremedytreatment the exvaluable ing at 7 oclock at the home of the treme cases of nervous prostration Â¬ brides father and debility poouliar to women are Report of the Pairview Public radically cured A written guarantee School for month of October to this end accompanies every bottle for-ty-- fl Â¬ Bolow will be found n lift of advertised lpttora for the week ending Nov 7th i i i i i i i i i i i i CO LEira Spccinl ToiNr zestx- - i Announcement Savtflii Postmaster W L Coppersmith tho jeweler does the best of work at moderate Call and see 234 St Clair prices J M Hockonmiitli Nii- thnn Roxio Harvey Mrs Mollio HookersmitliMnson Bnrtlett A J Bennngnrd Eliza- - Henderson MIsb Snsnn W both Jackson Miss Jonlo Bohn G W Re- Mnry L Jenkins Mrs Benjamin bocca Orutcher Luther Crutcher MrsTH Kelly M J Miles Mrs Kate Dowoll Miss S Duncan Miss San Mack Mnry Parson Miss E A ford Smith Erloy Dickey Rev J J Rebree Miss Effie FM Denhnm Dillard Miss Catha Stutor Joe Thomas Miss Mary rine Wnlsh Henry Ferguson J R Willinms Sara Hockersmith Mr Woods Robeit When cnlling for those letters any nd- vortised Adams Ollio ArmBtrong Mrs Â¬ i i i i i i i i i i i We take pleasure in announcing to the public that we are prepared for the Fall Season with a large and carefully selected stock of The line comprises Carpets Wiltons Axminster Moquets Body Brussels Tapestry Brussels two and three plys C C Extra Supers etc which in quality colorings and artistic combinations Call and cannot be surpassed examine them We guarantee lowest prices s street 45 ly Willie Hockersmith 98 Eflle Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria Clifford 90 Daisy Tracy 87 Leslie Botkin 82 Rochie Storts 91 Blan Powers 74 Sue Powers 64 James Shouso 87 Annie Riner 95 Oscar ShouRe 70 Cora Storts 94 Bertha Powers 84 Florence Clifford 91 Susie Hieatt 85 Minnie Herndon 90 John Hieatt 90 Joe Hieatt 81 Lou Hieatt 77 Chester Herndon 85 George Thompson 89 Lula Storts 90 Sam Riner 87 Newel Thompson 54 Ivanora Botkin 92 Jennie Shouse 95 Florence Riddle 90 Virgil Clifford J2XT1D 94 Iva Riner 43 Raymond Quire 70 Nellie powers 91 Emma Herndon 97 Clara Herndon 95 Maud Tate 99 70 son Coppersmith- dont send WL work to other cities but does all that is instrustod to him in his building 234 St Clair street 45 ly - ILAXHEZD C3 XJ20 i i i i C F BROWER CO Carpets Furniture Wall Paper Draperies JF JV1 SHEHiIj H G VVMW saE- MATTERS j M BEATTY Heal Estate dgt BE VTTYVILLE Attorney at Law GD Hancock Teacher JL MTJUITI OEC Hardware and Cutlery LEE CO nlUCTICESIN LEE BREATHITT WOLFE 1 Estill Jackson Ponell Cluy una other counties faept5tr A Sltisbnutis Mistake Husbands too often permit wives and patents Ihoir child ron to suffer from headacho dizziness neuralgia sleeplessness fits noivousnes3 when hy tho use of D Miles Restorative Nervine such serious results could easily bo prevented Di uggists every Â¬ where say it gives universal satisfaction and has an immense sale Wood Co worth of Ft Wayne Ind Snow Co of Syraouso N Yj J O Wolf Hillsdale Mich and hundieds of others say it it the greatest seller Ahoy over Know It contains no opiates Trial bottles and flno book on nervous Diseases fioe at Â¬ CHURCH WJ 334 MAIN STREET FRANKFORT KY 0H1NK JR Of Will practice in all State Courts fice second flooi Custom House Jtin30 lr W L Coppersmith the jeweler is 234 tho lending repairer in the city 45 ly St Clair street W L Coppersmith challenges com parison in workmanship on any 231 St Clair repairs in his lino 45 ly Btreet makes a W L Coppersmith Resetting specialty of flno work 234 St Clair street diamonds etc 45 5 J W Gayles Zilpali Dry and cool weather Miss Dovie Edrlngton of Defoe Jyontuoky has returned homo from a weeks visit to W B Moore and fami Â¬ ly this vicinity County commissioner Barnet visit ed Fallen Rook school last week John Moores now house is complot ed and ho has moved into it Clarence Eblin and brother of iSholbyville are visiting relatives in this community Eloped From this community last Wednesday night Andrew Skelton and Lily Harlow who took tho mar Â¬ riage vow Long may they live and happy bo their lot Viotor Gordon wife and son visited relatives at Frankfort Sunday and Monday F D Jones has the contract to build an addition of one room and a bath room to Dr Hoynolds house at Bagdad Willie Pool eon of Edmund Pool fell from a hlokory tree Saturday last and was soriously injured Frank Millora wife is vory ill with no hopes of recovery Mrs John Jossoo of this place is vory ill at this writing Tho party at Victor Gordons last week passed off nicely MIbb Motile Jones who had her Â¬ lj LtC-L-tJ-t3 Jt D JE2 ly LQUJISVIUUE TOBACCO MARKET SPORTING GOODS DURUKTT FURNISIIKD BY GLOVER LOUI8VILLK TOBACCO WAREHOUSE for old burloy during the wook has maintained a Arm position but wo are not able to roport any material improvement in values The following quotations fairly represent our markot for burloy tobacco TraBh dark or damaged 2 00 93 50 tobacoo 0 00 3 00 Oolory traoh 4 00 Common lugs not oolory 3 50 6 50 10 00 Oolory lugs 5 OOg 8 00 Common loaf 7 fi0a 12 00 Modlum to good leaf 22 00 12 00 Good to flno fillers wrappory Seloot or Sales on our market for tho wook justolosod amountto 2351 hhdswith receipts of 502 for tho same poriod Sales on our market Bince January 1st amount to 138248 hhds Sales of the orop of 18U0on our markot to date 01001 hhds Tho offerings of the wook havo em braced n few hogsheads of burloy tobacco tho growth of this year but in quality it failed to come up to the high standard attributed to the orop and the prioes realized for the fow hogsheads of now tobaooo whioh havo boon offered ranged from 4 to 18 per 100 Tho markot The best GUN in the market for the money Company with Just reoeived 10000 loaded shells loaded by the Hazard Powder M O T The bestT the3EOT7STXE3H in market Agents for 3Pu3eisE3v loaf 22 OP S3 00 colt AuifcTiD jsrMrxoriEa a xjisr JLJ V r cr- Jbc IB SI 3 Gr CD CD HZ l S3 I Â¬ - Special Sale for one week of all Novelty and Plain Dress Goods A big reduc tion in prices for THIS SALE ONLY beginning MONDAY NOVEMBER 9 Sam D Personal w-- officer of the U S Cruiser Charles- Â¬ Death of a Former Clttzeii ton in tho chase of tho Ohillian ship Mr Richard H Fleming who re- Â¬ Mr Sam M Gaines was in the city Itata and commanded the latter ship Tuesday sided hero somo thirty odd years ago on her return to the United States and carried on the business of house Mr Sam Miles was in Catlettsburg For the Pen last Sunday painting and paper hanging died at his home in St Joseph Missouri on Miss Carrie Selbort is visiting rela- Â¬ Jailer Billy Bailey of Jefferson Thursday October 29th He was a tives in Cincinnati county brought up six prisoners brother of Mrs Win McEwan of Mr Foster Helen of Lexington yesterday morning for the peniten- Â¬ this city and was a prominent mom was in the city Sunday tiary Miss Mary Brown Duvall is visiting berof tho Methodist Chun h relatives in Lexington During his residence heie aThe Hop Miss Joe Duvall is visiting Miss and for with two serious accidents which Willie Robb at Duckers The hop given by the German nearly cost him his life While en Caatorlii Is bo well adapted to children Uutt Castorla cores Colic Constipation Judge S G Sharp of Lexington Benevolent Society Thursday night gaged in painting the Episcopal Sour Stomach Diarrhoea Eructation I recommend it aa superior to any prescription was in the city yesterday was quite a pleasant affair A largo Church just after it was erected he Kills Worms gives sleep and promotes di known to mo n A AKcmcit M D ccstion Miss Mary Hill of Lexington is crowd was in attendance and the lost his footing upon the roof fell Without injurious medication Ill Bo Oxford St Brooklyn N T visiting friends in this city dancing was kept up until a late to the ground and was so badly in For several years I have recommended The use of Castorla is Bounlrersal and Mr Will T Crutcher of Louisville hour jured as to be confined to bed for Castorla and shall always its merits bo well known that it seems a work your as has invariably producedcontlnuo to spent yesterday in this city beneficial some timo A year or two afterwards supererogation to endoreo it Few are taa do bo it of Tapped the Till results1 intelligent families who do not keep Castorla A Fellmer left Monday for he also fell from a scaffold while Prof E Edwin F Pjuidkb H D within easy reach a trip to Breckinridge county Carlos MinnHDD Tho Wlnthrop 125th Street and 7th Ave A burglar broke into the New York City Last painting the now residence of the New York City Miss Hallie Herndon of Lexington Chance Saloon on Broadway near late Owen G Gates the house at Late Pastor Bloomlngdalo Reformed Church 1b visiting relatives in this city tho L N depot some time during present occupied by Judge Holt on Tins Centaur Compamt 77 Mubkay Stbket Nkw York alighted upon a Gov S B Buckner of Hart county Thursday night and robbed tho cash Campbell street was in tho city on Wednesday pile of stone and was laid up for a drawer of twenty six dollars No While Miss Henrietta Blackburn of Spring clue as to who committed the rob- long time from his injuries Stew- Â¬ Station is visiting Miss Rose bery has as yet been obtained by the a resident here ho owned and occuart pied a house which stood upon the police lot where Mrs George B Macklins m ajilInHMIBmJUJKJKiMm Miss Maggie Tompkins of Owens residence now stands boro is the guest of Mrs D M Mc h Fire Yesterday DO YOU COUGH Henry Ben D Bel Do you know that a little cough is a dangerous Yesterday afternoon about 130 Druggis Gov John Young left Tuesday to of thing Are you aware that it often fastens on the spend the week at his old home in oclock an alarm of fire was sent in that Dr Hales Lexington Ky says Household remedies lungs and far too often runs into Consumption and Henderson from the Capital Hotel and proved to consisting of Dr Hales Household ends in Death People suffering from Asthma J W S Morris left Monday for be the childrens playhouse located Cough Cure Dr Hales Household Mr Bronchitis Fneumouia and Consumption will allg Reelfoot Lake on a hunting and Ash Â¬ in the back yard which was totally Ointment and Dr Hales Household tell you that Tea are the best sellers ho has ever ing excursion destroyed Loss 30 The fire was had in his store This is owing to Mr Chas H Fisk and Hon T F caused by a spark from the kitchen the great merit of these popular F - VLs AZ fJ W Hallam of Covington were in the chimney Can you afford to nejrlect it Can vou trifle They invariably give I remedies city Wednesday with so serious a matter i Are you awaio that great satisfaction save many doctors u bills and work wonderful cures esrejwsiErETii Jsa Mr Noel Gaines and his aunt Mrs Willccs Colt 350000 IXKbulVllaaU 1 B 25 and rftrtLi rattf trtBbBnk j Everybody should use them John C Noel left Wednesday for a B for Couchs Colds and Consumption is beyond question the creatosfc of nil trip to Colorado E H Barnum of Maitland Mo 60c sizes at Carpenters South 1Side Modern Remedies It will stop a Cough in one night It will check a Cold in drug stoie R a dav Mr Woodford Longmoor returned writes under date Oct 25th as follows It will urevent Croun lelievo Ahthnia andcure ConauniDtioii if tnkon m I inclose you order for Quinns You cant afford to bo without it in time A 25 cent bottlo mav save von Satin day morning from an extended He Wilted Ointment the bottle T received from B100 in Doctors bills may save your life Ask your druggist for it or write trip to Colorado jtr ft Jill i i eou cvtnrttrn t j rmrTn vu you some time since has saved a fine n ivisv nf xJiuuuirujr how v i w P IAJ Juia or book ii At a meeting of a debating society mmmii wiiHWKuii m wwuviiaujj MicHiniuiBimin muumui Mr T N Lindsev of Cincinnati Wilkes Colt for mo worth S3500 00 it MiiaiLHMiunMuuaiiiunmiiM was in the city the first of the week is a grand remedy Ask your drug Â¬ which was held at a country school visiting his parents v or sale T- gist for it county not many houso in this Maj H T Stanton left yesterday moons ago the question which is Rev Alex Macey Dead for Mt Sterling and lectured before Bk iSlkx tggmm am M mt SPl tho most destructive to the1 farmers the Y M 0 A last night Rev Alexander R Macey a Bap crops tho Colorado potatoo bug or Mr John L Sneed of Louisville Â¬ was up for has been in the city this week shaking tist minister well known in this sec- the tobacco worm menus tion of the State twenty years ago discussion and one young man who hands with his old Mr Oma Wilson and wife of died atRuston Louisiana last week was on tho side of the tobacco worm of Washington City are visiting For many years Mr Macey was a arose and commenced his speech as friends and relatives in this city resident of the Bridgeport neighbor- Â¬ follows Mrs Sam M Gaines who has been hood this county and preached for Mr President Ladies and Gentle visiting friends in Frankfort for sevÂ¬ country churches in this and adjoin- Â¬ men eral weeks past has returned to ing counties Just after the war he Roses aro red and the violets are AND DEALER IN- Mayoville removed to Mississippi and after blue Mr Sherman Southwick of Now wards wont to Louisiana If you have any long green tobacco York City is visiting his cousin Mr give me a chew Frank H Morse of tho Roundabout Its Excellent Qualities Immediately a friend in the audi- Â¬ ij lil AND FITTINGS ETC STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO job roomB JOB AND CONTRACT WORK ALL WORK to public approval tho Cali ence sent him up a boquet made of Mr and Mrs J M Saffell of Frank- Â¬ Commend GUARANTEED frost bitten green tobacco the sight fort spent Sunday and Monday with fornia liquid fruit remedy Syrup of of which so upset him that he forgot In FRANKFORT KENTUCKY roar of Salonders Grooory vvr Figs It is pleasing to the eye and JUr ana lurs job u uuuuy aaillca Clarion to tho taste and by gently acting on his argument and sat down in great confusion Col Ed 0 Wont and family loft on tho kidneys liver and bowels it DR J B Friday foV Now York and are now cleanses tho system offeotually there- Â¬ Happy Hooslers domiciled in their new home at by promoting the health and comfort Wm Timmons Postmaster of Ida YoungBtown in that State Late of Louisville Ky now located In Electric Bitters villo Ind writes AT of all who uso it THE 0HEANEY FARW SITUATED aboutSUM has done more for me than all other two Station on Ky Midland It It Misses Fannie and Bessie Lewis 0 lm miles wist of irankfort Ky Is for sale cheap or that bad medicines combined Â¬ and Mr Stewart Wood of this counThe nlncj contains about 114 ucros but may be feeling arising from I idney and Odlco and rooms at Kenyon Hotel dlvlifod Into tao plnces one of about 25 ucres ty left Thursday afternoon for Knox Oct 81 Sni Obstructed tlic Mail John LeBlio farmer Liver trouble with tho dwelling i For tonus apply to ville Tonneasee to visit Miss Geor- Â¬ FRANK CUINN and Btockman of same place says gia Albers Aug 6 tf Frankfort Ky James B Mershon of Knoxville linr1 Rlonfrin Rlftflra tnhn tho host county was arrested on Kidney and Liver mecine Made mo Mr J C Blodsoo of Loxington Pendleton I W Gardner formerlv with W A Howard in Tuesday by Deputy U S Marshal fool like a now man Franklin County Farm For this city is hero for tho purpose of Con McOarty upon tho charge of hardware merchant tamo town saysa Eleotric Bitters is just tho thing for straightening up tno nuatrs oi me obstructing tho U S mail It seems man who is all run down and dont RhoueB Furnituro Company in South Sale dies ho Frankfort Mr BledBoe is a clover that Mershon mot tho stage driver wire whothor he lives or appetite FRUIT and 0RHAHENTAL gentleman a good business man and between Knoxville and Dry Ridgo fovmd new Btrongth good and felt just like ho nod a now Ioubo we aro glad to know that ho is doing SALE PRIVATELY TnE OFFER attacked and boat on life Only 50o a bottle at P II Grant county WKfarm knownFORtho Dr Win Morris farm well in his now home us him up with a loaded whip delaying Carpenters Drug Store Containing 88J acres moro or less situated six 2 miles from Frankfort pnthn Teaks Mill turnpike tho mail betwoon tho two points ono one mile from said turiu iko on pilv tto roadi It Gone to New Yorlc Is known us ono of tho best farms In thti county hour Both of tho men wore old and Children Cry for Pitchers Castorla OF ALL KINDS und IslniiKoodstuteof cultivation havlnur now BMAIL rjlUITS A8PAHAOUS GnAFB ono hundred and idxty acn s In torn twenty Lieutenant Commander O 0 Todd Morshon and Hamilton the stage usually found in Vines and everything acres In tobacco the remainder In urass and drunk at tho timo Posted fiiioh an cHtublislimout A lull stock A good dwelling house containing six woodland and family who havo boon visiting driver wero both Â¬ Prlctn Low Wo pay no agontfl rooms torvants rooms In junl un lco house two Descriptive catalogues on application friends and relatives in Fayette Mershon had an oxamining trial be Â¬ tobacco burns stable and other necessary out Notice is hereby given that my An abundance of water for houso bulli lugs county and this city loft on Saturday fore Commissioner Ohinn on Thurs farm is posted and that all trespassers hold use and stock tho year round A good apple H F HILLENMEYER llus tnreo for Now York whore ho is to tako day and was discharged orch rd as well as other fruit trees oxtont last will bo proaooutod to tho full Terms und price mude tenement houses LEXINGTON KY charge as oxeoutivo ofllcor of tho U Engraving of all kinds promptly of tho law known on application to Miss Emniu Morris at Mns M L Todd Bollopoint irankfort IostOIllco attended to at W L Oopporsmlths S Receiving Ship Minnosota Aug 29 3m Oct 10 8m Oot 21 3t 45 ly Commander Todd was exooutivo 231 St Clair stroot Johnson Co Infants Children I wk vl 111 iri Â¬ Â¬ HKfc WHY jj ino Anifiro mi Y a 3b faM 8aSl2ig STSTOTEDOTMQOIDI EEOLOSH wv a W- Â¬ OWAR eR PK ACTIOL -- Â¬ Plumber GasSteam Fitter as Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Ciosets WELLS Farm For Sale Nurseries BLUEGRASS TREES Otir Aug 29 4 m 33111 JAY-EYE-S- EE of SEAL I jt1 Qr AKD Oysters Celery H Herring New Mackerel French Sardines Anchovies in oil French Peas French Mushrooms French Asparagus Shumakers Rolled Oats and Oat Meal Cream Cheese Evaporated Peaches N w PritiSTaw Figs New Raisins New Currants Leghorn Citron Flaked Hominy other things too numerous to mention J HEENEY SOUTH SIDE GROCER ING KIUUSD WHILE HUNT Â¬ vMMIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIlll One Hunter Accidentally SKINS TsX7e -- FURS Shoots and Kills Another Mil J I Casf Hickory Grovo Turin homo AKCi ti InJ Unci nc WIh ory known roim dy I rcmocd i luif o Lmh n car old iilij o two years standing from n of Â¬ by Juhn Borge under the following circumstances as the News learns Itl8tholOstpropnratIonIuaocAoriiKrdorl caul from Squire A V Weakley who hold of I heartily recommend It to all nonoiica f the inquest Vtchaio hund eds of inch testimonial that It appears brothers-in-la- Yount and Berge Vil Price 8150 por Iiottlc AskjourdruKRlstforlr If lio SiaiVJ1 ilMMlfl and two who were lij H i if IM U doeo not aiilHcrulli325cstftlup8orcllvtrfortrluWor other men all of whom live on Bon fciiliOlLlOl CO Whitehall N Y illffijjffllTKADE mahk A W B EDDY son wore engaged in hunting near Buffalo Lick Church The men had just partaken of their dinner in the woods when Yount saw some birds FOR LOW PRICES CALL ON- in hiding among some brush near where he was sitting Taking a stick lie commenced poking in the brush He heap to scare the birds out raised up as the birds flew out and at the same timeBergo lred at them but Yount being directly in line the Hardwaref Wall Paper and Decorations Lime Plaster entire charge ot shot at short range took effect In the side of his head Oils nd K ed Paints tassj Iron Steel Belting Cement Ohss blowing the top of the skull off and Scs Eo v clor Shot ctaacl Slisllo exposing the brain He died with- Â¬ XDoora els out a struggle in the presence of his ALSO A FULL LINE OF Yount mar- Â¬ horrified companions ried a sister of Snook Mitchell who was sent to the penitentiary at and Flua the last term of court for killing Wm McOarty He leaves a wife and Pipe and four young children A verdict of accidental killing was rendered by Skit the Coroners inquest Shelby News Both parties to the unfortunate 5CAIN JLND LEWIS STREET A4KFRT KENTUCKY affair live near Hatton Station just 43 ly over the Shelby line w ly killed about noon last Thursday Frank Yount was shot and instant wltLthreo applications of QUINNS OiNTHTn Vvill Ixave an t Thursday Nov 12 1891 pV C E COLLINS Bllr BRO Seal And Fur Garments hi From one of the largest Fur Houses in the world all kinds of Also full line of Sewer IWvvllk iyBlvl Rack FURS JAGKETS J L RODMAN SON i Oh What a Cough Will you heed the warning the signal perhaps of the sure approach Con- Â¬ of that more terrible disease sumption Ask yourself if you can afford for the sake of saving 60c to run the risk and do nothing for it We know from experience that Shilohs Cure will cure your cough It never fails This explains why more than a Million Bottles were sold the past year It relieves croup And whooping cough at once Mothers do not be without it For lame back side or ohest use Shilohs Porous Plaster Sold by J W JACOB SIGERT CO Auction Have Removed From the Batzell Building Auction H101 MD fill 102 of MN STREETS WINDING UP SALE the Capital Hnteli N Who has i National Reputation for the Treatment of Chronic and Nervous Diseases Treated over Ten hou0 and Pitients in the State of Indiana L st Year I Gayle 37 They will short time this space with an entirely new advertisement in a Suits Against the L CLOTHrU 3 and lu2ai3liiaag oods aiats OF G-Caps The Sparkling Wit the Bright Intelligence BILL NYE AND A P DUNBANK Miss Tinnie MoEwan of this oity has brought suit against the L N Railroad for 50000 damages for in jury while a passenger upon defend ants road at which time she was shot by a drunken negro John White sr as administrator has also sued the same road for the killing of John White jr at the rock orusher near Benson Station claiming 40000 damages At No 225 Main street three doors above Mangan Darnells In order to get more space to enlarge our present Livery Stable dry goods and Mm W fir Knowing that a oough can bs ohookod in a day and the first stagos of consumption broken in a wook wo horoby guaranteo Dr Aokera En glish Oough Remedy and will refund the money to all who buy take it as per directions and Tho stookof goodaatmyauotfon statement correct do not find our room on Main street will be sold 0 J W Gaylk Druggist for whatover it may brlnff Now Â¬ QLast night those two oelebratod liumorists Messrs Wm Nyo and A P Burbank were at the Grand and were greeted by a very fair audience it being especially good in quality Mr Nye resembles the pictures of himself with which he illustrates his funny letters and the shambling gait which he takes when ho corao on the stage always causes laughter Thero is only one Bill Nyo and he can certainly entertain an audience He WAS very well received last night and seemed pleased with the plaudits with which each of his talks were re Â¬ His mannor of talking is ceived just like his writings sort of soothing yet the bright points which mark his talks are brought out in his own inimitable way convulsing tho audi Â¬ ence with laughter and tickling tho fanoy of their gray matter Mr Burbank is well known throughout the country for his recitations es Â¬ pecially and last night lie was greatly appreciated His voice is very agreea Â¬ ble and iloxiblejhis pathos and humor jvro well oxprossod by tho inflec- Â¬ tion of his voice whilo his faco is On tho wonderfully expressive whole honors wore evenly divided last evening though Mr Nyo had perhaps tho host of it Canton Ohio Journal April 1th 1891 Messrs Nyo and Burbank will bo at the Opera Houso this ovonlng Â¬ Â¬ Are many of the count- 8 BUT Tf es8 microbes which in I feBt the earth Their dedeadly struction is great as they destroy life in thousands of human beings annually The only limitation to their devastation is food to feed on They produce countless diseases as malaria scrofula eczema oaneer contagious blood poison etc etc Tho remedy for this small but numerous and destructive foe is to expel him from the body by the use of Swifts Speoiflc S S S will route him out completely and foroo out also the poison which ho has loft bo hind Be sure to get tho genuine Do not let any one put ofF on you a substitute or Imitation Send for our book on tho blood and skin Swift Specific Oo Atlanta Ga MA T Â¬ Â¬ r tB mxM i Minion ucpiitioi Concluded to quit the clothing business at once Expecting our large fall purchases of dry goods and millinery to arrive here in a few davsI 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 nats caps etc at 11 inniiTT nnnninnnf Sacrificing Sept -- Prices This sale will commence Do not fail to take At auction and private sale 12 Saturday at 01 d-Tra-nta-s- oclock rlE am k Lost Dog A young white setter dog Lemon colored oars lemon spot on neok one lemon spot on right side two lemon spots on loft side small lemon spot on rump very small lemon spot on forehoad Please return to 9 LP Waiter MD lt J N Miles DO NOT SUFFER LONGER ANY Tho Celebrated Specialist and President of tho southern Medic il and faunrluil Institute Louisville Ky wlio litis created such u sensation lnaudaiound Louisville b curlim diseases that bathed the medical fratemlt of that clt b Bpitlul teuuest of many natrons In and atouud our Mu Mill visit Fiankfort at tho Capital Hotel November 7 1891 Until H oclock in One da only Treats all Cumblu Mullcal mid Surirlud DUeasta Cross fcea btnilKhteuetl with out Pain Cancers cmed without knife or Cos tic Acute and hroule Catarrh Diseases of the Kve lar Nose Throat and Lumjs Dyspepsia Hilshts Dlseaso lilnbt tlsKlduejs Liver Dhutder Chronic female and boximl Diseases KlILlUtiY OH FITS CURED A Of this chance to get first class goods at your own price and please bear in mind this is no humbug nor an advertising catch but a bona fide peremptory and forced Winding Up Every ai tide must and will be sold -- 1b your ohanoo 7 tr i Fon Runt A cottago containing four rooms located on South Shelby tstroot For tonus apply to J B Polk at Mrs Froomans 422 St Glair Auction Room Main etroet ED H Arris Died street n0TTS In Council IJtulT lown on Friday Oc tobur BOth 18Jl Mrs Ann norm mother of Mrs John 0 Hawkins and Mrs Hour Sargent of this cuy DTlio romalns wore brought to lior old homo In Correspondence solicited and confidential Boono county this Stato for burial whero tho Address THKSOUTHEHN MED ic SUHO INST Ky 610 6th St Louisville funerultook pluo on Wednesday Oct 17ly DLOOD AND SKIN DlSKAbKS and complications us bore throat pain In the bones eiuptlons etc are perfectly eradicated without tulug mercury or other Injurious drugs Cileet donorrhau Stricture and all Urinary and Kidney Troubles are speedll cured by treatment that has never fulled Ho understakes no Incurable cases but cures thousands given up to die ltemember the date and come early as his rooms aro always crowueu wnerever ne sions CONSULTATION FHKE fioin fapermatoThei and Iuipotomjas the lesult ot belt ubuso In jouth or excess in mature eara mid ether causes producing some of the following ellects as emissions blotches debility nervous Â¬ ness dizziness confusion ot Ideas aversion to sock t defective memory and seu il exhaustion which unlit the victim for business or marriage aio permanent cured by lemedles not Injurious Youuk mid 11MIT1VK 0UAKN1KK middle iiKed men sulferlui Sale uuctloaaeer SOL HARRIS rrSnhllls falling of huh mumrn ED HARRIS LOUISVILLE KY Thorough Trnctlcal Instruction Oradu BUT Cataloirui fttos assisted to positions IKHK Write to Straiten Business College Bryant hJLJiii 1 1 IJ 1 To the customer guessing ZS13 Kr nearest the J JL JLiJLimMmJLn MUfciJtgWHUfciBivwgirgacaaBsiaagnrTnMiiraBWBi KTTVTf Ch jK f IPILMLmJEjb NUMBER OF SEEDS m our Pumpkin now on exhibition in our window Swiss Music Box 10 Airs Value 35 AND TO THE NEXT NEAREST GUESS one be much Guesses Each customer cash or credit who buys card with the name of guesser and placed in a sealed box until Christmas Day when the Pumpkin will be cut and the seeds counted Counting will take place at our store at 10 oclock Christmas Day Handsomely Dressed DOLL as as 34Cetin Editor and Publisher NOV 7 Feet 4will givenHigh VALUE made 35 guess g18lM are on a We Keep a Full Line BOOTS SHOES HATS BOOK 090DS at Lowest Prices dtB TVT K I 306 Street And finally ono passed through the fleshy part of the right side of Mr Alex Snellen who resides on the Owenton pike inside the city limits Williamson was taken to the store of Messrs Hudson Humphries Cassell and for over an hour no one was allowed entrance except those having business with the affair Drs James Williams and Hume did all in their power to alleviate the sufferings of the wounded man but it was seen that his condition was almost hopeless About one oclock he waB re- Â¬ moved to the Harrod House across the street whore he lingered until Tuesday morning at 1030 oclock and died The most pathetic sight was Wil- Â¬ liamsons little son about eleven years of age who was with his father With tears when he was shot streaming down his face he refused to leave and stayed with his father until the end Messrs Larkin and Snellen were removed to their homes and received prompt medical attention Williams injuries were alight and he was soon walking around again with his arm in a sling Immediately after the shooting Polsgrove was arrested by Marshal M H P Williams jr who was standing near but was taken so completely by surprise that he could not reach him until he had emptied his pistol and taken to the office of County Judge B G Williams Shortly aftorward he was allowed to walk on the streets in custody of Officer Smith and at one oclock he was admited to bail in tho sum of 10000 After the death of William- Â¬ son he was re arrested and placed in charge of tho sheriff The examining trial was set for Wednesday morning but was postponed until Monday Â¬ Â¬ MEZBZGrttJSSEi Dont want all tlie Honors The following letter from Oapt R S Burnett U Engineer in charge of the work at lockNo 0 shows that he as an honorable gentleman and splendid fellow does not desire to take the credit for the very efficient work which has been done at that point during tho past season U S Engineer Office Salvisa Ky Nov 1st 1891 To the Editor of the Roundabout Sir Noticing tho article published in your paper a few days ago regard- Â¬ ing Lock No 6 Kentucky river I would respectfully state that Major D WLockwood Corps of Engineers U S A has charge of this work that the work has been conducted under his instructions and by his directions to its present successful state that I have been simply in local charge of the work carrying out his instructions That the success of the work in de- Â¬ tail is due to the untiring energy and ability of the following named gen- Â¬ tlemen in their respective positions Mr Dan Grimes General Overseer Mr Peter Besh Master Mason Mr Wm Wade Master Stone Cutter Mr Mark Spencer Master Carpenter The above named gentlemen are all experts in their respective callings ana cannot be excelled Very respectfully Tt giTT TT -- also bruised tho skin of his right arm FttAiNKFORT ROUiNDAliUUT but did not have sufficient force to penetrate This is probably one of the Katared at the post oUice at Frankfort Kentucky balls that passed through Williamson as socond class mailable matter ftlJP0fRG ANNOUNCEMENT Assistant Clerk of the House of Representatives of the next Legislature subject to the uction of the Democratic caucus Auk 15 te We aro authorized to announce W H PAR RENT ot Krunkllu rounty ns a candidate for AEO A LEWIS FRANKFORT 1891 LOTS FOR SALE LOT FRONTING ABOUT 10 FEET ON Holmes street l lot 60 feet fronting on 8 lots 50 feet front on Versailles turnpike Arlington Avenue 8 lots 0 feet front each on North Wilkinson street All In Frankfort Ky For particulars apn y to Oct3 2m JOHN BLINDSEY POLSGROYES PISTOL A Bloody Street Fight on Court Day OPtfSS In Which the Man Shot at was Mortally Wounded And Tliree Bystanders Received Bullets In tended for Hint Â¬ A FAMILY FEUD IN BALD KNOB SETTLED IN THIS CITY Monday morning at about a quarter to twelve oclock a shootinpr Â¬ affray took place on the corner of Main and St Olair streets whose result was one of the most bloody the city has ever known Four men were shot one mortally one seriously and two slightly wounded by a pistol in the hands of a fifth Only the shooter and the one mor- Â¬ tally wounded were engaged in the affair and the latter was unarmed according to the statements of those nearest him and certainly no weap- Â¬ ons were found upon him It was county court day and an unusually large crowd was present upon that corner the place where No the streets are most thronged one knew of any quarrel no high words were heard no blows were struck when suddenly as thunder from a clear sky rang out five pistol shots short Bharp in quick succes- Â¬ sion The throng was panio stricken and a confused rush was made for places of shelter But quickly as the fright Â¬ ened people ran the bullets were quicker and threo men paid the pen Â¬ alty of their presence upon the fatal As near as wo could learn from the statements of the parties themselves and of the nearest bystanders there spot were no words and no quarrel tween Ambrose Polsgrove and Jerry Williamson at the time of the shooting There had it seems been a family feud between the two men for some time past and it culminated when Polsgrove seeing Williamson approaching shouted Dont look at and mo or Dont come near mo William- Â¬ commenced firing at him sons statement to Squire McDonald made with a full knowledge of his condition is to this effect and it is corroborated by others The effoot of those five shots rash Â¬ ly fired in the crowd was such a one as the shooter never intended Three balls struck Williamson one in the right side and two the latter com- Â¬ in the back ing out in tho breast one about half an inoh distant from where tho Ono struok Mr first shot lodged W B Larkin of this city in tho back and ranging upwards lodging at a point in his right breast just bo low tho shoulder This wound is a serious one Another passod through 1801 tho fleshy part of tho loft elbow of Mr Joo Williams living just below tho city on tho Leostown Plko and Children Cry for Pitchers Castorla be- Â¬ Â¬ Both men are well known in this city Polsgrove was formerly Deputy Sheriff and Williamson at one time kept a restaurant in the Fincel Block on the South Side They were brothers-in-laWilliamson having married Polsgroves sister and it is said that the feud owed its origin to William- Â¬ sons treatment of his wife Wednesday morning an autopsy was helduponthe body of Williamson by Drs Williams James Humo and Thompson and tho course of tho Ono passed through balls traced tho muscle of tho right arm entered tho right side and lodged in the breast showing that Williamson was standing with his right side towards Polsgrovo when shot the first time and tho other two entered his back and came out at tho breast showing that he was going tway from Polsgrove when shot tho second and third times Immediately after the autopsy was held Coroner Dehoney hold an in quest upon tho body and tho jury re Â¬ turned tho following vordiot We tho jury find that tho dead body before us is that of Jerry Wil Â¬ liamson who was killed and murdered by Ambrose Polsgrove on tho 2d day of November 1801 Geo A Lewis It K McOlurk B O Milam M P Gray O E Hafp O E Ellwakqeu Ky Novombor 4th Frankfort w next us to Both Syrup of Figs is taken it la pleasant and refreshing to the taste and acts show comb i n a qjently yet promptly on tho Kidneys Bowels cleanses the sysLiver and you tion beds k dispels colds head Â¬ tem effectually aches and fevers and euros habitual you the constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy or its kind ever prov e keep duced pleasing to the tusto and ac EUNN ceptable to the stomach prompt in THE QUEEff its action and truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from the most the finest healthy and agreeable substances its Folding of its kind many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most BIED R S Burnett in the mar- Â¬ Assistant Engineer popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c ket also Want the Old Name and SI bottles by all leading drug- The only Any reliable druggist who gists The The two Masonic Lodges of this may not have it on hand will pro- first class city Hiram No 4 and Esotorio No cure it promptly for any ono who Brunswicik 632 were consolidated last winter un wishes to try it Do not accept any comb ina name of Frankfort No 4 substitute der the and other but at the first meeting after the CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO t i o n bed consolidation a unanimous desiro makes i n CAL SAN FRANCISCO NEW YORK NY LOUISVILLE KY was expressed that tho old charter in the mar- Â¬ cheaper and name of Hiram Lodge be return- Â¬ ed to them At the late meeting or styles the Grand Lodge a resolution was ket Lodge the passed giving Frankfort May2 ly privilege of taking the old name and I charter at any time within three months and at the stated meeting to 1 bo held on the 26th insfc the mem- Â¬ bership will vote upon the question OHIO OF CINCINNATI of making the formal request Hiram WILL BB AT THK was ono of tho original eight Lodges r 1i which formed the Grand Lodge of HOTOCI CAFXTAX bears date Kentucky tho old charter KY IN FRANKFORT of October 17 1800 and the first Friday November 20 189L Grand Master William Murray was I Makes Child Birth Easy Friday December 11 1891 a member of said Lodge hence tho S Shortens Labor J desire to have the old namq and Lessens Pain FIXESS oharter back again Endorsed hy the Leading Physicians rtLIND or ITCHING BLEEDING Hook to Mothers mailed FREE J Cured wltatot any surgical operation and wltt Â¬ ENJOYS tho method and results when Ask fr d Some of A Jr y o u m a y not like I for Â¬ Â¬ CO t5 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ f FvMOTIRSl FRIEND59 j Dp 1 Kelley a Bought but Didnt get It S BRADFIELD Chloroform Ligature or Knlft BOLD Tho old Cove Spring property from which tho city drew Its supply Is not necessary with this mode ot treatasea of water for noarly a half century EMSOPIJjLA IN ANO B and upon which forty odd thousand Is cured dollars was sunk by a former city FISSURES Successor to Parkers Transfer Hnc council in tho ofibrt to construct a HAULING OF ALL KINDS PROMPTLY Owed wttboat cutting or tearing reservoir which would hold a suffi Â¬ ATTENDED TO CATARRH PAID TO MOVING ATTENTION cient amount of water to supply the L FECIAL freight and funlture OHlceiitLA N ULCERATION heavy Oct 8 2m Ot the bowel cured city at all times of tho year was put depot n riit feu now bean vlsltlnstthts oltrrMfr up at public auction on Monday and arly for neurly sevenjtuis ana the many cures knocked down to Mr John T Buuk be hasmaao amoral the wealthy and InmraUte Â¬ Tho counloy his bid being 3100 eltliens are sufficient evtdenw or tilasuceeM UU now a well eiitabltshed f act that maa4J cil at a called meeting onJTuesday ease of tho stomach liver kidney blaMe womb and nervous system are either caue4 el refusod to confirm tho sale night wncravatedby the coexistence of PILK0 JfUTVand are now trying to sell it somo A 8 THE AOENT OF MRS 8 T RICHARDSON KRfKKXNOKSt more by the sealed bid route and A I have for sale at a great barguln tho house Dr X 1C Oober Frankfort Ky in which I live containing 6 rooina and tho will open tho bids on tho 24th inst Franklin Morris Graerensburg double tenementtadjolnluir containing 8 rooms 5 REGULATOR CO t ATLANTA QA BY ALL DRUQQISTS j little or bo pain P LILLIS FOR SALE Three Houses and Lots - Robbery and Arson Â¬ If Tuesday night tho maohino shop JABAKDIHiWBCOTT j Â¬ Gault was en of Messrs Stephens tered by a burglar who worked at EARM tho combination of tho safe until ho sucoeeded in opening it took about FKIDaIB 1VD SATUEDAT8 FARM OF 76 ACRKd LYING ONTHEPEAKS fifteen dollars from tho cash drawor A Mill pike three mlleB from Frankfort Is pamphlets deaertWng Usee diseases and tali bargain All of the placo Is r j then put a lot of cotton waste under offered for sale at a ten acres Ulna good state moae oi treawneai f bottom lnrnl except bIx dressing a good liouso There ol cultlmtlon the spigot of a oylinder oil barrel sot rooms on tho plnce withIsnever falling well of the ut KELLEY M D fire to it turnod on tho oil and loft buck door and an everlasting spring on the place W necessary out build Tho oil would not burn and tho wast6 A llrst class orchard und all 360 Wont Slghth St Olnolnntl Q good repair ings lu For terms apply to wont out in a little while or tho tar CONSULTATION FRH1 AQ GAINES Frankfort Ky building would havo been destroyed Aug 29 8m rwi ae lt Also a on Campbell street South Frankfort house containing 4 rooms on New street TERMS One third cush balance In ono and two years with Interest or will make a big ills- - ggSg FOR SALE Merberlch Frankfort Ret L P HuJett Benson Ky A H McClure Frankfort Kr Rlohard Ferguson Frankfort w HuhM Frankfort Ky David Mooro Benson Kv Jas M Wltlirow Krnnkrort Kr DR KXELXF8 efflee ana residence Is at M nd where lw West Xlfhth meet Clneianatl may be f oua4 every y ef aaek week XK01PT V J T BUUn FninkforUKjKy Â¬ I ujibi niimim FliAiNKMIT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT NOV 7 18111 Here To day Dr Wnltor of LouiBVillo will bo at tho Gnpltal Hotol to day until 3 oclock this afternoon His patients Bhould bear it in mind TrniiiH Discontinued Tho Sunday traiiiH on tho Ken tucky Midlaud have boon discon tinued and will not bo put on again until next summer Hop Last Nigltt Tho young gentlemen of this city gave a hop at tho1 Capital Hotel last night in honor Of two or throo young ladies visiting in this city Confederate Memorial As sociation declined to qualify as asslgnoo and Mr John W Oninos was substituted for him Tho nsseto and liabilities have not as yet boon ascertained but It is hoped that ho will savo enough from tho wreck to onablo him to start in business again Tho assignment was occaslSnod by the failure of tho R 13 Cotter Co in Louisville with whom Mr Wake Â¬ field was involved to tho amount of thirty thousand dollars Evory bank In tho city will bo caught in tho fail- Â¬ ure as all of thorn held more or less of Mr Wakefields paper At a meeting of tho creditors hold on Wednesday morning it was agreed that Mr Wakefield should bo allowed to run the mill until all tho logs now on hand are cut up as to leave them in the water would bo running tho risk of their being carÂ¬ ried off by the first rise in tho rivor Mr Wakefield is one of the blggist hearted most charitable men in tho city and he has the sympathy of tho entire community in his misfortune To Marry on Thanksgiv ing Â¬ Miss Pattio Marshall of this city and Mr Otis Ashurstof Goorgotown will bo married on Thanksgiving day tho 26th inst 0 0 B m Caught in the Crash Attornoy General W J Hondrick who was a stockholder in tho lumber firm of R B Cotter Co of Louis villo who made an assignment last wook is said to havo lost 23000 by tho failure For a Big Pile On Monday the State Auditor drew his warrant upon the Treasuror for 524030 25 in favor of Superintendent of Public Instructions Thompson to onablo him to pay the common school teachers throughout tho State the amount of their salaries now due U m J O O U c Express Chasigcs Mr Church Tinsley who has been driving the delivery wagon of tho U S Express Company in this city for tho past year or more has been pro- Â¬ moted to the position of messenger on tho Midland Railway and has been succeeded by Mr Will Coggswell of Graefenburg as driver of tho wagon M s M J3 Halloween Parties Tho members of tho Confederate Memorial Association ore requested Miss Rose Stewart gave a Hallo to meet at the residence of Mrs E woen party to a few of her young M Aldridge this Saturday afternoon lady friends of this city attheFeeble at four oclock Mlnded Institute last Saturday Thero wore about fifteen young ladies Gone to Midway presont at the festivities which were Dr It W Thompson who has been kept up until a late hour Miss Eva Hoge also gave a Hallow- Â¬ practicing medicine in tho Ducker Station neighborhood for a number een party to a number of her of years has removed to Midway friends nt the family residence In gleside last Saturday The following Woodford county young ladies and gentlemen were Depot at present Misses Willie and Jennie Into the Union Ga Atlanta Robb Rose Crittenden Annie Hines Cres Â¬ Louise Drane Nellie Mason Kitten Passengers via the Queen cent Route are now landed in the Hogo and the charming hostess Miss Union Depot at Atlanta in the center Eva Hoge The young gentlemen of the city By this arrangement all present were Messrs Thomas and transfer of passengers to connecting Marvin Averill Geo Hunt Harry Rodman Vernon Clark Robt Mason lines is avoided Woodford Longmoor and French Br Hales Household Oint Hoge Â¬ O K ta O fc tion Room on Main street a good assortment of mens boys and childrens suits ana furnishing goods hats trunks and valises that he is now offering at 50 cents on tho 100 Dout miss this rare opportunity aa tins is the chance of a life time But call and see 7 tf him at once How to Save Money You will still find at Harris Auc sggOM H h iig 2 S ftO Â¬ iIS SS rf a W a s gb 4 H 35 t 42 -- Death of Mr Thos Crutch er ment Is tho finest remedy in the world It absolutely cures catarrh It cures Neuralgia and Rheumatism Cures Files like magic Cures Salt Rheum in the most soothing manner Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Can be Cures Coughs and Colds taken internally A positive Bpeoiflc for Pneumonia Outs Bruises Burns Chilblains Sores of long standing Corns and Bunions are cured quickly different from all else superior to all else it has no equal 25 and 50c boxes Largesize cheapest Sold at Carpen Â¬ 6 ly ters South Side drug store Rays Tonic We have for some time been publishing an advertisement of Rays Tonic and for tho benefit of those who have never tried it for any of the ills it is claiming the medicine will cure wo want to say that the prepa ration is put up by Dr J Ed Ray a practicing physician of Paris Ken- Â¬ tucky whom we have known person- Â¬ ally for the past twenty eight years It is a prescription which he has used very successfully in his practice for years and he guarantees all he claims He is no quack for his medicine but a graduate of one of the best medical colleges and has long been one of the leading physicians of Paris where ho was born and raised Â¬ - i Mr T G Crutcher an old and well known farmer and stock raiser of this county died Saturday from the effects of a stroke of paralysis The funeral services were held at the BaptiBt Church Monday after which the remains were buried in Grove Hill Cemetery Shelby News Mr Crutcher was a brother of tho late Levi T Crutcher and Messrs Harry and John Crutcher of this county tj 3 1 53 3 2 3 4 g3 a Hurt in a Runaway Mr J T Spicer clerk in the coun try store of Mr Lee A Owen at Jetts Station waB returning from this city in a spring wagon on Tues- Â¬ day and when about three miles out on the Versailles pike his horse took fright and ran away Mr Spicer was thrown out of the wagon near the residence of Mr J Watt Stephens and very badly injured about the head and body Ho was found lying upon the side of the pike senseless and taken to Mr Stephens house where he remained unconcious for several hours When sufficiently re- Â¬ covered he was taken to his home near Switzer Pr 2PHglsa r 3a 5 J pS H JT n b- - ba as Sh g Ii a OD Heath of Mrs Egbert S Egbert mothpr of Mr Egbert of this city died at Mr the residence Of her Mrs Jane Ohas T S son-in-la- X Stephens in Washington City on Wednesday October 28th aged 80 years Mrs Egbert was for many Hezekiahs Surprise years a resident of this city and had Wal Hiram if this dont beat all many friends and relatives here The old way for doctors was kill er cure but here Ive found a piece in this here newspaper where a doctor B Wells Dr offers cash er cure Its fer catarrh like to try him I wish wo Formerly of Louisville has located Jest listen had it IdThe proprietors Hiram proin this city for the praotice of his of Dr Sages Catarrh Remedy offer a fession and has taken rooms at the reward of 500 for any case of catarrh That beats Kenyon Hotel where he can be found whioh they cannot cure all lottories hollow The at all times Dr Wolls has had long costs 50 cents your catarrh medicine is cured experience in tho treatment of er you get 500 Wheres my hat Im going right over to neighbor chronic diseases in which ho has him I been very successful as well as in Browns to show ten foot never want Â¬ od to get within of him begeneral practice of his profession fore tut if it is the euro of his ca Â¬ tho tarrh I guess I can stand it onct Read his card in another column Sold by all druggist J tw S SS12 S3 w h -- g eh Â¬ OUR VERY BEST lEO- - 8 1 M S9 Sn s s u PLE Confirm our statement when we say that Dr Aokors 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 magio and relievos at once We olfor you a sample bottle free Remember this Remedy is sold on a positive guarantee 9 Attended the Great Re vival Â¬ J W Gaylb Druggist Grazed by a Ball During tho Bhooting scrape on Monday Dr U V Williams buggy and horso were standing in front of Messrs Chapman Williams drug store and one of the balls fired by Polsgrove grazed the hip of old Reu ben the horse causing him either to slip in tho gutter or fall down but while ho was down tho old fellow wisely conoluded to lay still until tho firing ceasod when ho got up all right without breaking anything about tho buggy Â¬ Mrs Thomas J Jett of this county has returned from an extended visit to friends near Rich Hill Kansas Oity Plattsburg and St Louis Mis souri During her absence she at Â¬ tended tho groat meeting being held at Plattsburg by thoRov Mr Martin which at last accounts had resulted in three hundred and twenty two ad Â¬ ditions to tho Christian Ohuroh at She says Mr Martin is that place a grand preaohor and is doing a won- Â¬ Nothing like his groat derful work meeting at Plattsburg bad ever been seen in that section before Â¬ You can buy a good overcoat suit of clothes for either mn or boy at almost your own prioe at Harris Auction Room Main h gp go L bs113 street n 7 tf Fgr making pickles use Scofleldo vinegar It will pay to use only tho best For sale only by Tho LeCompto 3 tf Gaylo Co South Side Kicked by a Horse Â¬ 7 tp Sooflolds pure apple vinegar 5 years old is for sale only by Tho LeCompto Gaylo Co South Side 3 Auotion of mens boys and childrens olothing and furnish Ing goods h ita o Saturday at Han is Auotion Room Main street CO N Br Hales Household Tea Is tho groat blood purifier and nerve tonic It aots upon all the ao orotlons of the system onabling the liver and kidneys to perform their proper functions giving tone and strength to the norvous system a Two certain cure for dyspepsia Got a months1 treatment for 50o froo sample at Oarpontors South Side 1 drug store m Racing Wallaco Smith a colored man em m Foil iient A brick cottngo of ployed upon the farm of Mrs Eliza Trimble near the Forks of Elkhorn threo Lrooms on tho hill opposite John Scotts residence Possession was kicked by a horso Wednesday given Sept 7th Apply to morning and the bono of tho right Henry Gobber 51 tf log below tho knee badly shattered Rucklcus Arnica Salve Dr U V yilliamB of this oity was The best salve in the world foi sent for and reduced tho fraoturo Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt tf H L-- S Hl Another Lumber Failure tho largest lumber doalors in this city made an assignment for tho benefit of his creditors to Messrs John L Sootb Mid I T West Mr Scott On Saturday Mr James M Wake flold who has for years boon one of Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns The Kentucky Association at Lex and all Skin Eruptions and posiÂ¬ ington made an assignment on Wed tively cures Piles or no pay reIt is guaranteed to giv nesday to Gon Jas F Robinson quired Louis Straus and R P Stoll for tho perfect satisfaction or money re Price 25 cents per box bonoflt of its creditors Liabilities funded 03000 assets thought to bo sufllolont For sale by South Side drug stoic f P H Carpenter 5 iy to pay out Â¬ Association signs As Rheum Fever Sores Tetter I WILL FOR TWO WEEKS SELL A lw nitAm 5 U ll ft 7 Cook Stove iBT PLUMBING AND GAS Steam Fitting Done on short notice and satisfaction guaranteed Cauze DoSS j5 aEmi Job WorKH Solicited Religious We woultl 1m tjr uly oliHged to the ministers ami otfiivrs oi ohuiehevui the citylf thev woulil furnish us with nny announcement whicl they mn wish made Mr Darsie preaches at Qrae fen burg to morrow evening at 3 oclock Rev W Southern Presbyterian Ohuroii G 11 pulpit at Novillo will occupy his a m and 730 p m Baptist Ohuroii - Sunday school at 930 in the chapol Public worahip at 11 and 730 conducted by Rev W 0 Taylor the pastor First Presbyterian Church The at 11 usual services to morrow conducted by a m and 730 pm McC1U8ky Blayey D D th0 SStor Episcopal Church Rev E A Penick the pastor will occupy the pulpit at Ascension Church morning at 11 oplock and at 730 p m as usual J B Lindsoys office and remarkod to Col Scott that he ought to have an old tree in front of his office removod also The Colonel asked him what he would cut the troedown for and grub up the stump1 Bon said he would do the job for five dollars No said the Colonel but Ill give you two dollars Done said Ben as he began to shuck his coat He sent for an axe and had the tree down and the stump out of the way in just twenty five minutes The Colonel stood by and paid him in installments one dollar when the tree was down fifty cents when half the stump was up and the other half dollar when the job was completed Ben thinks he earned nis money easy and the Colonel dont want any more trees cut at that price DW Catholic Church Services will be held every morning except Sunday in the Sacristry of the paBtors resi- Â¬ dence Maas will be said but there will be no sermon to morrow as the interior of the Church is being re- Â¬ paired Christian Church Rev George Darsie will fill his pulpit at the Christian Church to morrow at 11 and 730 as usual Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor will hold their weekly pray- Â¬ er meeting in the Lecture room at 7p m I Methodist Church Rev H G will preach to morrow nommg at 11 oclock and in the evening at 730 Henderson In the evening Mr Henderson will deliver the filth of the series of Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria sermons on the current evils of our Subject city Deseoration of the Sabbath Klrk IIamiltou Sunday school convenes at 930am The Epworth League will meet in The marriage of Mr Edward Kirk the class room at 045 oclock p m and Miss Manda May Hamilton took Miles Nerve and JMver place at tho residence of tho brides father Squire J B Hamilton of Pills this county on Wednesday evening Act on a new principle -- regulating at 730 oclock in tho presence of a the liver stomach and bowels though large number of friends Rev H G the nerves A new discovery Dr Henderson performed the ceremony Miles Pills speedily euro biliousness bad taste torpid liver piles constipa Kid Gloves tion Splendid for mon women and children Smallest mildest surest A small lot of gloves at 50 cents a Samples free at pair former prices 1 to 150 per 50 doses for 25 cents J W Gayles Frankfort Ky 45 ly pair Â¬ Tho term here given is one which was supposed to have been coined during the late war It is claimed however that it is an old word received perhaps of Swedish origin Be thisasitmay there is certainly no word in the English language that more forci Â¬ bly expresses the action of cer Â¬ tain pathogenic microbes which may have found their way into c the blood after the administration of Finding this Swifts Specific sanguineous medium too warm bo to they for their comfort apeak skedaddle through the pores of the system intact Not skin leaving the only does S S S cause the elimention of the said microbes and the poison produced thereby but it assists In rebuilding the waste place of tho system resulting from the devitalizing and disintegrating effects of the micro organiBms aforesaid Treatiseon blood and Skin Diseases mailed free Swift Specific Co Atlanta Ga IHeci of Throat Trouble 9 lt Sam D Johnson Co Little Hattio Moyors the beautiful All tho newest things constantly renine year old daughter of Mr James ceived See our lot of folt hata at 60 Moyers who was taken sick last cunts each o lt Co Sam D Johnson woek with some throat trouble died An abcess nad Tuesday at noon Cloaks Cloaks formed in hor thioat whioh broke A splendid lino of ladies misses and strangled the little one to death and childrens cloaks cheap at Millinery Â¬ Fast In the morning hurried or difficult breathing raising phlegm tightness Twenty dozen pairs of fast black in the chest quiokonou pulse ohill seamless hose at lOj cents worth 25 ness in the evening or sweats at cents 0 lt Co night all or any of these things are Sam D Johnson the first stages of consumption Dr JPropliylactlc AokerB English Cough Remedy mill Darbys oure these fearful symptoms and is Monto Vhto Colo Deo 21 1889 Use itin every sick room Will Dr n J Kendall Co Kuosburgh Tolls Vtt aold under a positive guarantee by dontH Iii tho yiar 1881 treated with Kendalls q keep the atmosphere pure and J W Gaylb Druggist Spavin Curo n lloiio Hpiivlu of soven yiars stand lug marly as large an u hens egg and completely -t wholesome removing all bad odors stopped the lameness and removed tho enlarge very thu meut ON 17TII Allien heHavo workedshown horsolamenesshard over lieu tlic Axiunn POHLIO AUCTION from any source r WILL SUM AT iuni ilinriiiil titAln Iwiliwli any never has uoltber wiu Will destroy all Disease Germs n III November ioji helm in litold n j vviiuijkiiih can i see any uincreuco m mo sueVorDtnu uocic RuHioll home tho COOLliV Vours ti uly Mm AM hiUKoll Mr Bon Marshall of the firm of infection from all Fevers and all stead on mo uovirs moiiou iuku cuuiihhiik oi about Yii acres ot land mid buildings and im Meagher Marshall shoe doalors provements thereon mho one nuntiiod acres or contagious diseases Irlce 1 per bottle or six bottles for acrou uu was standing on tho pavomont in land beionuini to n B All tlrituulHta have it or can yet It The eminent physician J Mari- lonBlngtoBO Russellj uiubou aim iza yon or it will be sent to any ad front of Col John L Scotts office Immedi be Tlio mile I ately utter wilt milenuidenn the preinlsert on usual for na on reeolpt of price by theftroprle- tire ot Wilder Dunuy the yesterday watching workmon put-- on Sims of New York says third cash the balance In Prof Darbys terms onowith Interest and lieu ret InwI oneIfand Hnnr In n trnttov nnrl vnnnlrinrr tlin am convinced that no two years DR B J KENDALL CO the Enosburnli Falls Vermont sidewalk whoro some old shade trees Prophylactic Fluid is a most valu sulo madotlioluiuUwlllbe routed for Exorfol JOHN 0 RUSSELL lowlnic ear 21 Aug My Oct 21 U had been out down in front of Messrs able disinfectant THATTERRIBLECOOGH 9 lt Sam D Johnson Cos ESlaclc Hose You can buy Scoflolds pure apple vinegar for the same price that you Notice for an ordinary article and it 1b Ambrose Polsgrove on Monday on nnnitely better For sale only by mllE UNDERSIGNED HAVE POSTED TUEIB the streets of Frankfort shot down the LeOompte Gayle Co South I land lyliiK In Kninklln county and hereby give notice that the will prosecute to the extent his brother-in-laJerry Williamson Side 3 tf of the Ian n n niters tranpers or other tres in the midst of a large crowd at tho imssois on wild lands October 10th 1891 R U McKEr J W DASHFOItD Man corner of Main and St Clair streets M E MORI E tor S McReeB Heirs By J J MiKee J W MULIIOLLAND and wounded three other persons R 11 HAWKINa Oct24 3t Williamson is now in his grave while Â¬ Polsgrove in tho custody of an offi cer appears on the streets and at Â¬ tends theaters while awaiting his exI nill sell ut public sale on amining trial JSorr Tho coroners jury has pionounced what la known a the Cant Russell Farm at the killing murder while the law m he terminus or the PeaRldue turnpike 1 Per cherou 8tnlllonMotianiutl Jack Charles Freman abiding citizens await the result of 4 brood mare 2 work hoioesl two year old llllyby the final trial with mingled feelings Edlnburj 1 horse byCol Hambrlck 2ycarllng llllles by Mmmrque l yearling horso of hope and disappointment hopeful 1 by Golward 2 suckllnu colts bv Strttliaway sucklliiRllily by Mnnurque 60 sheep 8 springs that the Bmooth ourrent of justice lumbs 7 fu hogs 10 shoats 2 fat cows 5 head of may mete out to the accused such learlliiK steers 1 two horse wukoii and 1 bugey 1 rotdcart 1 mowing machine farming Implepunishment as the gravity of the o harness for wagon and buggy ments plows hay corn and oats uud other things too numer- Â¬ charge may deserve or if innocent ous to mention 9o TERMS OF SALE AU sums of less than ten declare it as readily but will the 10 00 cash over that a credit current of justice be permitted to JPlain enough dollars itlvei without interest amount months of six will tie i negotiable and payable at Deposit Bank of flow undisturbed by passion or false tho way to a clear complexion Ura kfort SalewlllcoinnieiicoatlOanl free from blotches pimples erup- Â¬ WILDER DCPUY sentiment Oct 17 td D A Peters Auctioneer We too soon forgettho man that was tions yellow spots and roughness Purify your blood and you have it slain and the violation of the law of HUY both God and manin his taking off With pure rich blood an active and begin to look for something to liver good appetite and digestion exouse the slayer When it is found tho hue of health follows Doctor bo it ever so small the magnifying Pierce8 Golden Medical Discovery uivco viii ia glass of interested friends efforts blood purifier vi wciu nojlulack cit of Theres and sympathy soon increase it so that them but theres nono liko this it pormeates the whole community Its guaranteed to accomplish all to such an extent that jurymen com- Â¬ thats claimed for it In all dising to sit in the caBe have a pre- Â¬ eases arising from torpid liver and conceived opinion in favor of the impure blood it benefits or cures accused that finds an echo in their or tho money is refunded With verdict an ordinary medicine it couldnt Mr Polsgrove may prior to this be done But this isnt an ordi Â¬ killing have enjoyed a large share of nary medicine his neighbors good opinion and es Â¬ It is tho cheapest blood purifier teem ho may have filled acceptably sold through druggists because you offices of trust at the hands of an ad only pay for the good you get miring constituency and we bespeak SILVERWARE Can you ask more for him a fair and impartial trial the The Discovery acts equally same unprejudiced consideration that well all the year round would bo given to the humblest and M A most obscure citizen in the land rest Â¬ ing under a similar charge no more 238 St Clair St Frankfort Ky and no less Had the most miserable Mny2 ly i wretch belonging to the lowest class of society in tho midst of tho large crowd gathered on the streets fired tho death dealing missies endanger ing the lives of every innocent man woman and child on the streets with Â¬ Frrjh ilMliil mi in their range public sentiment would have pronounced it a dastard- Â¬ ly act although no death had result- Â¬ ed and he would be considered es pecially lucky to have escaped imme diate destruction Tho Most Successful Remedy ever dlscov Wo can not understand that any cred as It U certain In Its effects and docs not Head proof bolow I ono occupying a higher station in blister life committing the same acts can Kendalls Spavin Cure commit an offense of less enormity CURES Uttlb Hock Ark Aug 28 90 Whether or not public sentiment Dr n J Kkxdall Cot will excuse tho ono where it would LOSS OF satisfaction that I dents It Is with tho greatest following diseaseshave nunishod the other remains to Inform vou that I havouured thiiJjiiiiioiiCHHHtlflo Indigestion Dvspeppia Nausea Hivconoy hhouldorIoliit wo trust that no maud joint jumoucan rtuoo iioii JmiiiuuuNH in be seen but Sour Stomach Sleeplessness iUUcur1nntfniTiu IfctfJklM lin sentiment in this case will fore- for manor Headache Nervous Pros- Â¬ Stall tho action of tho court and jury Spavin Cure It tho Ibest Liniment to nil horso recommend It beastlhnvouvuruseil in investigating thO commission Ot ownftw Horses Unit I have worked on urevaluaulo tration Neuralgia Pal Â¬ hut without your Liniment would ho worthless I o rmc nonlflno-H In tlin rlnnfrh nf Imvo friends who used It for HpruliiM and pitation of tho Heart r ViVnii iVi injury to three or HiiiInim and cured them The lysny It 1h tho best Williamson and tho Loss of Energy tney ever used Yours truly K O B WHLiLB four othor citizens who woro in the Weakness of Back Foelings of pursuit of their own business on tho Languor and Lassitude Gen Â¬ most densely thronged street in tho Kendalls Spavin Cure city eral Debility La Grippe Reckless Shooting to Trespassers 1 PUBLIC SALE Â¬ Tuesday i7tb Â¬ CeHr I Â¬ -- Clocks - Jewelry il S ELBERT m Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TONIC - APPETITE Etc Etc Farm For Sale 1 i m i In use for 25 years by omlnont physlolana aud surgeons In tho United Htaten and pro Â¬ nounced by them tho host TONIUlextunt It oures where all others full Try It and bo convinced Ask your Drunulat for It PRICE J ED RAY 100 PER BOTTUB GO Manfs and Proprs Â¬ Â¬ PAIIIB KY W B AVERJLL Frankfor Junol3ly Sole Ky Agent It is the Highest Art to Pkss Â¬ K Wc dont make pleased countenances with a brush but more effectively by the best of goods promptness the lovves of prices and civility Wc do the finest and best tailoring We keep the largest stock of hi j j ITsl11 READY MADE OVERCOATS The largest assortment in town and Wiirter Heavy Overcoats suitable for farmers All prices from oo up to 2500 We keep only reliable goods Call and look at them 3E3CTJJZMSOKT Wiy Wont You Stop viBit tnis week Â¬ Â¬ JEITTIVEIEEajFlIIESiS Â¬ Â¬ cfe OSSJEMHj r of Bagdad gavo Aunt Fanny Cully a Governors Ball We are glad to say woll Eight hundred engraved invitatipns Coughing before tho entire mu- that Aunt Fanny is nearly had four or bolieved that we It cous membrane lining tho air pas Ave was the released TennesReo con- have been sent out for tho Governors of ball on the 13th and as yet Georgesage leading to tho lungs beaomeB inflamed as it surely will be from a victs camping here last Tuesday town Richmond and Winchester night havo not been touched A hundred cough neglected There is but one Dr Jacob Coleman Vienna remedy that gives instant relief and Austria is visiting his late of Mrs W more cards have been ordered Only sister Ave regrets havo como in ono from cures quickly Dr Hales Household W Jett Louisville and the others from a disCough Cure cures evory kind of Spicer who clerks Mr James cough from a simple cold to incipient consumption 25 unci 50j bottles at Carpenters South Side drug store 1 o for roturning from Frankfoit U Tuesday in a spring wagon when tho shaft broke loose as he was coining down the hill in front of Mr Harrison Shaws The horse be Â¬ coming unmanagablo Mr Spicer was thrown out with such force as to render him insensible for an hour or so He was found on tho pike and taken to the residence of J Watt Stephens where the kind administration of Mrs Paty Shaw Mrs Eddie Harris and Mr Stephens soon brought him Drs Hume and around all right Ohinn pronounced no bones broken but Jim says he ree s like a JG on 1 oomotive struck him and he cant p ay base ball next Saturday A month or bo after the great Char e jton earthquake some professor of one of the great seats of education in the east wlioae name I have forgotten wrote an article for one of the migazire saying the effect of tho gieat shock would be to change our climate giving as his reason and tho cause by snying that the earth was turned on its axep or in othor words had been knocked Ave hun- Â¬ dred miles further south It may bo as he says for it is a notorious fact that our falls and winters have been several degrees warmer than previous to the event of the great shock but then you scholars who are con- Â¬ versant with tho astromical regions of the home of tho sun moon and stars can tell us if the old north star is still at its accustomed place Mr Ow Â¬ WHH9HMHHHHHMMNMHBBHHHMBHBNNIBHHnMNHMnpME3l f t WHITES HAS LED ALL CREAM VERMIFI 05 was Death of Miss Smith The youngest sister of Hon H H Smith Secretary of the Commission Â¬ ers to revise tho Statutes under the new Constitution died in Virginia on Saturday Mr Smith lefc Saturday nftornoon to bring the remains to Elixabethtown for burial Â¬ Delegates to State Union Mr W B Bridgeford has been elected by the Franklin County Farmers and Laborers Union to represent them at the meeting of the State Unian whiih will bo hold at Elizabethtown on Tuesday next and Mr W T B South was chosen as al- Â¬ Â¬ tance Governor Brown and the ladies are certainly coming They will be met and escorted to the Phconix All tho State officers and their families will be here and all the regimental and field officers of the First Second and Third Regiments Tho military will all be in uniform Dr Castleman and wife Dr and Mrs Reynolds Dr and Mrs Cheatham tho Haldemans and other social leaders of Louisville have accepted From Frankfort Dr J Q A Stewart and family Major Stanton etc Trosts Orchestra will play in full evening dress The ball- Â¬ room will bo decorated with military Cap trappings Bryant goes to Frankfort to day to make prepara- Â¬ tions Lexington Transcript We would like to know what sort of et ceteras are expected from this city and whether or not Dr Stewart and Major Stanton will be expected to bring them along with them WORM REMEDIES FOR 20 YE J 1 PWFRY RATTLE EHAMHTEED SOU EVERYWHERE 1SPASEDWRICHAROSON TAY10RMEDCO STLOOISl iJTX3JK3E33l No Money to Commei ce Treatment Reqiured of Responsible PartiHis Tnerty seventhRecuIar VIsPl ternate THE FIKST SYMPTOMS OF DEATH Tirod fooling dull headache pains in various parts of tho body sinking at the pit of the stomach loss of appetite fevorishness pimples or sores are all positive evidence of poisoned blood No matter how it became poisoned it must be purified to avoid loath Dr Ackers English Blood Elixir has never failed to remove sorofulous or syphilitic poisons Sold under positive guarantee 9 J W Gayle Druggist Â¬ iM This is beyond question tho most successful Cough Medicine we have ever sold a few doses invariably cure the worst cases of Cough Croup and Bronchitis while its won- Â¬ derful success in the cure of Con- Â¬ sumption is without a parallel in the Since its first history of medicine Unah discovery it has been sold on a guarantee a test whioh no other Bridgeport If you have a medicine can stand cough we earnestly ask you to try it Messrs J Parrent F Morris and Price 10c 50o and 1 If your lungs 0 H Crockett were the first to kill are sore ohest or back lame use hoS this season They slaughtered Shilohs Porous Plaster Sold by J ten in half an hour without any of 37 W Gayle the facilities of a slaughter house Sjme unknown trespassers who Mill were out hunting las Tue3dayeither intentionally or accidentally set fire Tho modest little violets thn to Mis Crocketts woods and dam wore roappsaring were somewlu t aged several acres of valuable tim- Â¬ blighted by tho frost It seems that some aro heedless Mr Geo Cox accompanied by his berregard law the granddaughter Miss Hardio Bacon i Unless to havepostingin a few days e rain left for nis homo in Drummond the prospects aro that a groat deal of Mont last Monday pensn in the ground Mr MoKnight the general inspec- Â¬ the wheat win boiiBt is Water tor for tho Richmond Mill Co is gotting to for both man and this part bo very scaroo in satisfied with work done by our now of the country mill and left Monday Quite number from this section Mr Zack Church and Miss Nellie attended a the funeral Mr Ed Bacon paid a flying visit to Louisville Thomas which occurredofat his late last Monday Mrs L D Poindexter visited rela- Â¬ residence last Monday family for Mr Willie tives in SwitzorSaturday and Sunday the State ofKirk and tho first left tho Oregon of Mill iB on a boom a new week where they will reside in the Peaks mill several now residences and congenial if all changes of Arm in dry goods store a future Tlios things aroin his rounds Col church almost completed and a new mid a visit toHunter our Bridgeport school blacksmith shop Without this ex Â¬ ast week which is being taught very citement of becoming a railroad con successfully by Miss Sallie Vawter tor personal property has increased iVom Miss Lida Terry in prices tho intrinsic- value of its Louisville after an has returned extended visit to farms is fifty to one hundred dollars friends It is 0 H Parront and family from tho acre and in demand oautifully located in a valley of Forks wore iu our village Friday and Elkhorn surrounded by tall wooded heights that are unsurpassed by any Saturday visiting rolatives scenery in Kentuoky for color form Special Announcement or granduor Wo have mado arrangements with Dr B J Kendall Co publishers of A Treatiso on tho Horso and his Diseases whioh will enable all our When Baby was oleic wogayo her Castorla subscribers to obtain a copy of that When she waB a Child sho cried for Castorla valuable work free by sending tholr sho became MIbb she clung to Castorla When address enclosing a two cent stamp gavo them Castorla for mailing samo to Dr B J Kon When she had Children she dall Co Enosburg Fall Vt This book is now recognized as standard authority upon all diseases of tho horse us its nhenominal salo attests over lour million couIob having boon Jett sold in tho pant ton yoars a salo novor before roaohod by nny publica Â¬ Nice gentle rain last Wednesday tion in tho samo poriod of tlmo Wo fool oonfldontthat our patrons will Moro frosts in Ootobor than over appreciate tho work and bo glad to before known avil thomBolvoH of this opportunity Col Charles Ruby of Millvillo vll of obtaining a valuable book lago wno in our city this week It is nooosaary that you mention Mr James Shaw is improving hia this paper in sending for tho Troat varohouiO preparatory to putting in ibo ThiB oiler will remain open for elevators 4 time a Bonj Eatos wifo and daughter only short Mr Â¬ Consumption Sliilolis Cure r Peaks SHILOHS CATARRH REMEDY A marvelous euro for Catarrh Diphtheria Canker mouth and Headache With each bottle there is an ingenious nasal Injector for the more successful treatment cf these complaints without extra charge 37 Price 50c Sold by J W Gayle AMitratoft Nojce Oiiaiiqk ot the Ohio Medical Imtuutf litis for the treatment of CHRONIC NERVOUS FEMALE oh Bronchitis Catarrh Coiigh Rheumatism all Rectum Liver Kidneys Bladder Sexual Organs of tho Eye and Ear Deformities oto HE WILL BE AT The well kinwn DENT PinblCIAN persons having claims against the estate of William Dean will present the sumo to mo proven a corclng to law before September 1st 1801 All persona tenoning themselves indebted to the estate of said de edent are requested to come forward ana settle at once Administrator Win Dean SURGEON nnl SPECfALIST Ot tile PllIliADM TH1A JOSTSTATEN of Cincinnati O forrnerly Best 0111 PhYSICIAN-IN- GkNMIAL HOSPITAL thirty enrs devoted his attention to AND SURGICAL DISEASES such deed diseases of tho Stomaoh Bowels Heart Nerves and Brain diseases THE NOTICK SD Tl ipletts Exor VKiteUS VIUNKLIN COPRTOF COMMON PLEAS In Equity c May L TjurLKrr ALL PERSONS HAVlhfi OLVIMS AGAINST A the o tate ofS n Triplett deceased are hereby notlllul to produce the same before me property proven as required by law on or before the 16th dnyof November IMii WM CROMWELL FMNKFORT KYWEMESDAYKOV 25 And every fourth week tnereplter Consiiliatioii CAPITAL HOTEL and Lxaminaop Frt Nov 7 2t Commissioner l Cc P PUBLIC SALE OF THE HEIRS Vuiib On in wo will oiler m s Landing on Kentucky river ulna miles below Frankfort on A of the late Mrs at public sale at on Tuesday AS THE REPRESENTATIVE Returning Every Fourth Wook Thereafter CONSCIiTATIOjV AND EXAMINATION IS FISUEnnd ho will promptly tell vo your JIsouhb und thu pro3pocta of u cuie lie undertakes no incurable cases ull about AIM EM ufflloted with any of the Mis peoullnr to their sox mny consult him with per I foot coutldoiico and uu iiBsarhiico of covtuln relief and pcrmniieut cuio Their rasea will lecolvo that kind and coiiBtclornto nttuntlon whmh all will appreciate His treatment local treatment Ih seldom uecotsury ulwavH pi uvea siulntnetnry Umrlun Tumors iu tholr curlier stages cuied vlthout pain or Instrumental lute foreucc Is usually tho result of curolosbneus or Ignorance It cu bo remedied or Vita cured by nnovei falling treatmouU manyctsiu can be cured inncersi permanently removed Horn the most dellento organs by onr own pecullat mftliod ilttlo or no pain no loss ol blood noknlfooi ciiuhMu the only positiie cuie Sterility DciWuuMs Egillrpay November 10 1891 At 2 oclock p in the dower Interest of s ltd do cedent In 85 acres of laud more or less blngou the Kontucky rler I lie laud Is llrst- - lass tobac Â¬ co laud and well adapted to urass and grain Has a good dwelling stables outbuildings orchard and two line springs upon It Froo uccesi to the Ktrioturo Varicocele Hydrocele HpnrinntorrCici and ull unnatural discharges permanently cured MEN of all ages who suffer from IndmoretlonRnndexcassosvIll benefit by our counsel and tiwitiiumU If tliej observe certaui sedtmonts in tho urine or Irritation of the urinary organs thov should consult us without delay lltf ratora all such cases river ror stock water Tti doctor fronts with unialllnc buccprs nil forms of Rectal IlHenHCsuoh ns IMIca ThUMS Une thirdciish balance In one and riHttilu IIhhiuo and Ulenruon of the llowel by u method of his own discovery and two eurs with Oper cent Intoiehtj n lien without jialu ordotentlon fiom business He guarantees all cases reserved to seiure the deferred moments Early Interference is consldorcd tho best of Judgment in all cases and saves time TAMPHKLLONAN money and health E 0 ONAN Oct 10 5t Tho success attained In the treatment of tlio cases whioh he makes his spoclnlty is truly WM CROMWELL AT TO R N E AW Y-AT- nho lomunul -L ollortH of ull others As his rooms aro Wonderful Cures have boon effected in old and difficult casoe whioh havo baffled the RBAL JBSTATJS AQJSNT WILL PRACTICE IN TIIK COURTS 01 Franklin and the adjoining countlei and will alio bIto ipActal attention to the nurohaii and tale of real estate collection of r nts claims usually crowdod It Is Loltor to call oarly In tho day to avoid boing di uyed Persons consulting him should bring from two to four ounces of tholr urlno In a clean bottlo for examination Patients fronted by mull oi uxpross butwhou posslblo personal consultation lsprofor ablo List of questions sent on application tjostagoforrtnlv it All Consultations Tientmont Bint C 0 totrospomlcncc BW ami Cas Si r Strictly Confidential x t 1 mL of tn United 1 ind Cnnnda Address wMt InnOWIv C II DOGMAS Bar 703 Cinoinnakk 0 lis tk - H ifci Crutcher Starks wo Cry tcher have Ono word to S Wo handlo Â¬ rammntnaiinnnnmnnimnniimmiimimiiiinnimuitiiiiniiinit iiiiiiminttnnuniiiinniniiu imitimnniiminiitiiinnniiimiii rt i just Wo want to say to tho Clothing buyors of Kentucky that atloiidcd the groat Clothing Silo of Messrs Fcehhoimor Goodkiu Co one of tho finest Clothing Houses in this country and bought These goods wo have largo lots of Clothing at fabulously low prices placed on our tables nnd marked in plain figures and at such prices that it will pay you to come a long distance to see them BOOTS SHOES rounmnuniimiiitmnHiiiumiuuniimimiiiiniiiimmmii you about Shoes and Boots and tis this 375 to 500 Mens Suits Satinets Mens Black Cheviot Suits 10 to 20 Mens Fancy Cashmere all Wool Suits at the largest stock of n An ftni 333 Wo buy the best makes in the laud We mark these tral Kentucky goods in plain figures at one Jftamw price Our IMMENSE COM Â¬ BINED BUSINESS ennbles us to sell goods nt a closer margin than our competitors could possibly hope to do With this tremendous advantage BOOtB OOJS 750 to 25 THREE LARGE STORES You can easily understand how and why we do vince you when you call 4 con- Â¬ Thousands of WOJL and men from 100 to 3500 5Sf range in prices for boys it Wo can easily 4th Jefferson LOUISVILLE Crutcher tuiuieiaHmmnanaRiBWBBmmHflwnB Stark s HATS HUTS Main Street FRANKFORT FURNISHING GOODS b- ITS STETSONS Canes Umbrellns in an niiiiimmmmiiniiimimmmtiniKEuwmtnmimtin A word to you about Furnishing Goods We have this season largely increased our Stork and we simply say to you we have every thing in this line you can possibly call for We have a regular flat Department We show you all the styles and at any nrice you can mention AH the celebrated makes DUNJLAPS Cuffs in Gloves Neckwear Underwear Handkerchiefs Overshirts and Dress White Shirts Collars fact eveiy thing House Rugs Buggy Blankets Trunks Bags endless variety at - A CRUTCHER Guaranteed Cure Â¬ STARKS Halls Â¬ CRUTCHER TIME TABLE The following time table is now effect upon the L fc N road TBAINB WEST STARKS in four to forty eight hours and with improvement in the throat tne FOR 40 YEARS DR WM is applied less frequently We authorize our advertised drug- Â¬ ut he continues to use it for two or gist to sell Dr Kings New Dis- three days after the complete disap- Â¬ covery for Consumption fCoughs and pearance of the patches He speaks Colds upon this condition If you definitely as to the therapeutic effects FOR THE LUNGS are afflicted with a Cough Cold or but is unable to state what the chemifor never Has been any Lung Throat or Chest trouble cal action of parafllne on the diph- Â¬ COUGHS u COLDS fulling family remedy LA CONSUMPTION and will use this remedy as directed theritic membrane is probably the GRIPPE SORE THROAT HOARSENESS giving it a fair trial and experience hydrocarbons in the liquid exert PNEUMONIA CITAMUI INFLUENZA ACUTE ASTHMA AND no benefit you may return the bottle some powerful influence on the mem- Â¬ WHOOPlCHRONIC HROiNOHIlIS O COUOII CROUP PLEURISY PAIN and have your money refunded brane Scientific American IN THE SIDE AND SPITTING OF BLOOD Ulld We could not make this offer did we all disease of tho not know that Dr Kings New Dis FOR DIPHTHERIA Throat Chest and Lungs covcry could be relied on It never PINEAPPLE CURE One of my children was down with Trial bottles free at disappoints CONSUMPTION Phil Carpenters Drug Store diptheria and was in a critical condi- Â¬ 2 tion An old man who heard of the DIl Wra HALLS BALSAM cont ilns no opium Large size 50c and 100 case asked if he had tried pineapple morphine tioruny deleterious drug It soothes juice We tried it and the child got and heals the Membrano of the Lungs inllnmed and poisoned by disease and prevents night Cures for Diphtheria 1 havo known it tried in hun well It is drftflfi of njisRs T have told mv friends sweats and Ujiitnehs across tho chest taste diphtheria about it whenever 1 heard of a case pleasant to theBALSAM Be sure and ask for DR As that fearful disease WM HALLS and take no other For sale by so fatal to children is now very pre- - and never knew it to fail You get a J pineapple squeeze out valent in the surroundingz towns and ripe let the patient swallow thejujoe Druggist Frankfort Ky and it ltd appearance s juice is of so corronivo a nature that in is liable to make PRICE 25C 50C100 this city at any time we give the it will cuL out diphtheria mucus and DR WM HALL OO NEW YORK Oct 21 Gm following remedies for same which if you will take the fruit before it is may be found beneficial in emergen- - fine and give the juice toa poon cy mucus membrane of his throat sore mwrnwi Balsam No23lenveBFrnnkfort No 17 loaves Frnnkfort No 21 leaves Fmnkfort No 19 leaves Frankfort TBAINB KAST m 300 p m 550 UJJ5 a am 700 pm WMmm CIHCIIHATI Onlv Â¬ kLw MIDLAND RAIIVl wr Shortest und quickest between AND 1020 a m No 18 leaves Frankfort No 20 leaves Frankfort 451 p in No 22 loaves Frnnkfort J15 pm 0SJ5 p m No 24 arrives Frnnkfort Noa 23 and 21 still connect for Cincin nati but 21 no longer connects for Shel No 23 still makes Sh lbyvilW byvillo connection FRANKFORT between llitct lno Frankfort lisle Georgetown Maysville and Paris Fal Â¬ Car Â¬ Cynthiana EF BItYAJN Agent ASK FOR mouth and Covington TICKETS VIA KY MIDLAND oe3e- E Newport News MlsslsslppljVulley Co ED W HUHUEIITMLSTAiAHDTIME THIS TA11HE NAY 17 lbOO j ONIONS TOR DIPHTHERIA Chicago Tribune Washington Philadelphia Now York Baltimore Old Point and the Soa Shore AND ALL EASTERN CITIES IN EFFECT MAY 18 18U1 Accm jF a s t Llmltedi Aciu Dully EAST HO UN P Mill II Dullr VtlUj UAOUII Exbun Lexington Lve 730mu iISpiu 545im 1140 ml 0pm 123iiin 8 2 mm 700im Winchester Mtbtei ling Arr b 02ani 73Uiiii 7 6pni 1 05pm 1000pm 1AI1 Arr i 15am Olive HIULvo ininmi juimui 845am lUlBinn llMUinn Ashland J03am Uuttlettsburg 1228iim lUWpni U25am Huntington Arr 1 3QU1H1I 11 07iin WEST HOUND DAILY TIUIN 5 - t b 30 0 41 IIES No 7 Mixed 12 N 12 25 12 43 1 07 Lv FiuuKtoit KlkDorn Ar Ueorgotown Lv iieorgtn via Ar Lv Why dont they use onions For goodness sake why dont they use I will onions Where do they 1 ve go up there to day and tell them to Such were tho exclause onions mations of our mother says the editor of the Danvors Mirror when wo reported one day that a child of Mr G W Dudley was dead and tho whole fumily including himself alarmingly siok with diphtheria Mother was moved to these earnest and interested expressions by tho use of onions in diphtheria ono of Ill tlieHn Hiom ha nn nn RiBfflV casesraw onions were placed in bandage and beaten into a pulp tho cloths containing onions juice and nll beinir them bound about the throat and well up over the oars Renewals may bo made ns often as the mass becomes dry In cases noticed tho results were almost magical deadly pain yielding in a abort time to sleepy comfort The editor adds the wish that this remedy might have a wide enough trial to fully test its usefulness Scientific American Â¬ What Cured Him Disturbod disturbed with pain op pressed No sleep no rest what dreadful pest Such terrors thus ensnared him Dyspepsia all night all day It really seemed had come to stay Pray guess you then what cured Discovery XXUUUUUUU vi 931IW A ifoiK aitzor atamp iiod G43 7 24 7 25 10 15 7 25 7 40 u 45 D5H GOG 70J 4 00 4 12 4 20 jy G21 0 45 7 25 10 15 435 500 5 21 7 147 3 00 G00 2 05 931IW 0 1MB 11 6 tlMST IND QUICKEST howtown Contrevllle Ar ParlH Lv 1arlsvlu K C Covington Ar Cincinnati Lv Paris via K C Ar MDsvtlle J Lv IarlsvluKC luclunutl Georiitowu 32 8 10 750 Gol 7 05 7 15 7 35 7 2 25 2 45 3 15 4 25 It was Dr Pierces Golden Medical OUJUlllltti film Carlisle 10 44 10 50 7 55 8 13 10 10 11 27 12 10 53 037 0 45 That is tho great cure for I PARAPFINI5 IN DIPHTHERIA 1 50pm 7 10pm Ashland uoy Disease Liver Complaint and uiupm 4Kim 8 55pm Olive Hill Arr Goneral Debility An inactive Liver Ex Sun means poisoned blood Kidney disor- Mt Sterling Lve 10 27am 432pm G2oum 1 20pm 1115am 458pm 7 15a in 1 55pm Winchester cier means poisouea uioou uonsupa Lexington Arrl205iin GUOpm 805mii 2 45pm tion means poisoned blood Tho runs LIMITED VESriUULKD EXPRKdS great antidote for impure blood is Time 25 Hours dalyand has Vestlbuled Pullman Huffet Sleep Dr Pierces Goldon Medical DiscovDijr couche ers between Louisville Lexington Washington Oir ery Aoting directly upon tho affect ntlre irtlH 3ufi New York and Old Point Comfort This trulu Is inudo purt of tho celebrated ed organs restores them to their nor- Â¬ Sleepers run through without change The Discovery is mal condition IE71- - ZE1- - m7mm THE 8nORTE8T AND QUIOKFST guaranteed to benefit or cure in all O Route East of Huntington on the 0 Â¬ cases of disease for which it is recom- Georgetown to Jacksonville Ala runs dally between FAST MAIL TRAINS mended or money paid for it will bo Make Huntington direct Lexington mid O At promptly refunded connections ut Huntington with O Time 26 Hours Ashland with 8 V Ry At Wlnohester with K i bound and nt Loxlng Througt keepers without clmuge The Short CRR north Nand south X DUTY TO YOURSEJUF LS Odc T P Rail 111 Â¬ u vp ju JDIil iviu- - Huntington Lve Cuttlettsburg Ouini G 25am 03 in G 1 18jpm1 20lil G 35iin 57pm Winchester G Ar Richmond M nm 35 IA 7 M 20 A M 1 Mll M TRAINS K O WEST Sun Pass Only train train train train a io 7 7 1G NoG No a No No 8 3fol2 Pass Mix Mix 4 Lv Richmond via Â¬ Winchester Purls LvMaysvllle via Ko Carlisle Ar Purls Lv Cincinnati via K0 Covington Ar Paris Lv Paris 48 1 68 2 83 3 20 4 10 105 6 20 0 60 7 40 160 2 20 6 37 8 80 0 20 8 60 0 30 0 02 0 45 10 02 22a 0 Mr A M Sydney Turner Surgeon to tho Gloucester County Infirmary informs tho Lancet in reply to in- Â¬ quiries that ho lias treated thirty cases of diphtheria ohlldren and adults with parafllne and has had tho satisfaction of seeing ovory ono recover His plan Is to ask for ordi- Â¬ nary parafllne used in lamps and having scraped off tho dlphthorid patch to apply tho parafllne ovory hour to tho tnroat internally with a a rule large oamols hair brush As twenty- the throat gets well in from will use a common ordinary pill when they can soouro a valuable English ono for tho same money Dr Aokeru Eng Â¬ lish pills are a poiittvs cure for slok headache and all liver troubles They are small sweet easily taken and do not gripe 0 J W Qaylb Druggist It Is surprising that people line between Cincinnati and Time Lkxinoton Kt Tkns Knoxvilmc N0 ABHKVILLK CUVrrANOOQATKNN 2lfo 12 17 11 IB Hours ton with Ldc roads undlON Atlanta Gi ALA standard brand at Coppersmiths be sides sold at doadrook prices 234 D 00 I1AUVKYCINCINNATI 45 ly St Clair street TKoo Pres Â¬ Watohos clocks and jewelry of Direct Connections ut New Orleaim ind Slireve porti r Texm Mexico nnd California Le e Frankfort vlu Kentucky Midland Rullwny uetown 615 u minrrlveClnoInuutll025 via a m Quicker thun any other line All trains arrlv ut depart from Contra Onion Depot Cincinnati yortlatesMapso addresf FRANK WWOQLLKY Traveling Paaa Agt Lexington Ky O KDWARD8 OP k O A UlUMWUHAM 10 7 47 7 60 10118 direct connection at Winchester to und from 10 40 7 65 8 10 Mlddlesborough nnd Richmond and ut Lex 11 00 8 10 8 40 Ington with L S Ry for Louisville For full Information In regard to Hates Routes Sunday Nos 1 27 8 nnd 12 dally Nos Acupplytouny Agent of this or connecting 8 und 4 dally Nos 6 and 0 except only Sundays lines or to HOWARD ORBISON Agent 0 L DnowN n K Hohtihoton GEO n nARPKR Gen Superintendent Gen Pass Agent VERNON CLARK General Pussenger Agent Y P and O M KY LKXINOTON CLAUDEIDOWLS CltyTTIcket Agent W 8 HAWn I80N Kj O W DABMKT O A Lexington Ky GENERAL OFFICES OA Aahland KY JFRANKFOnT T LKXINUTON AND OLIVK MILL I ACCOMMO dully except Sunduy Connects nt DATION Winchester to and from K C Points and ut N R R for Louisville Ky Lexington with L LKXINOTON AND MT 8TKRLINO ACCOMMODATION runs dally exceot Sunday and mokes Newtown Ar Georgetown Centrevllle 000 020 3D G49 7 04 4 80 6 00 6 40 610 LvClncl natlvIa 1002 Ar Georgetown 10 02 Lv Georgetown GroU 10 24 flinmp 10 88 Swltzer 10 40 Klkhorn Ar Frnnkfort 1100 QfcO 700 7 00 4 00 1002 T01 10 02 708 10 24 7 31 0 40 7 24