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The Frankfobt Bommbout GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS KY DECEMBER 12 1891 TERMS 100 In Advance Volume XV FRANKFORT Number 14 XV free from p 599 A VJL Baking Powder is C F BROWER Main and Broadway CO the only one imade lime alum and all extraneous substances and ABSOLUTELY PURE It is in every way superior to every similar preparation Witness The United States Government tests Chemical I find the Royal Baking Powder far superior to the It is pure contains none but wholesome in- Â¬ others gredients ii of 23 per cent greater strength T X Yalade M D Public Analyst Dominion of Canada Agricultural Department show Royal Baking Powder a cream of tartar powder superior to all others See Bulletin 13 Ac Dep in leavening strength HOLIDAY GOODS others in every respect I find the Royal Baking Powder superior to all the It is purest and strongest Walter S Haines M D Prof Chemistry Rush Medical College Consulting Chemist Chicago Board of Health etc Pow- Â¬ The Royal Baking Powder is perfectly healthful and free from every deleterious substance purest in quality and highest in strength of any baking powder of which I have knowledge Wm McMURTRin E M Th D La tc Chief Chemist Agricultural Department is absolutely pure It the purest and most reliable baking powder offered to the public is undoubtedly Are you looking for Christmas persents If so dont forget our large line of useful arti- Â¬ cles CHAIRS ROCKERS FANCY TABLES CABI NETS BOOK CASES EASELS PICTURES PICTURE FRAMES RUGS PIANO AND STAND LAMPS TABLE COVERS HEADRESTS GLOVE AND HANDKERCHIEF CASES Â¬ I have found the constituents of Royal Baking der to be of a high degree of purity free from teration or admixture of deleterious substances J W Mallet Ph D F R s Prof of Chemistry The Royal Baking Powder adul- Â¬ University of Virginia Henky A Mott Ph D Late Chemist for U S Governmen Zilpali Mrs John Jesse of this town is Tery ill Mr Eddie Shuck of Kokomo In Â¬ diana has returned home after a short visit to friends and relatives in this community W 0 Moore wife and son visited his sister Mrs John 0 Deakins near Croppers this week We learn quite a row took place at Sweet Home Wednesday night whereinjthe knife and pistol were brought into use several receiving Too severe outs but none fatal much liquor the cause Willie Gordon and Miss Mollie Samples of Lebanon Ridge were quietly married at Louisville last week returned to the grooms Tiome partook of a nice supper 4ind were Welcomed by quite a host of friends and acquaintances Bagdad is on a boom a number of new houses are being built with Dr Reynolds is others to follow liaving a new addition added to his neat and pleasant home whioh will add comfort and convenience to the beautiful place P D Jones is su Â¬ perintending the work W D Duncan visited Bagdad this week Mrs Henry Hulett of Scrabble is very ill at this writing people are anticipating much enjoyment Messrs Alex Innes and Gordon Hockensmith of Frankfort spent Sunday in the country Messrs Geo Hannen and Rufus Dinkle of Frankfort were in this community Sunday Mr Robt Long sold a nice lot of hogs to Albert Jeffers last week Price 350 per hundred Rev W S Giltner of Eminence will fill his regular appointment at the new Christian Ohurch next Satur- Â¬ day and Sunday There will also be a song service Saturday evening led by Mr Bridges Sunday school Sun day morning at 10 oclock Quite a large crowd was in atten- Â¬ dance at the dedication of the new A liberal Christian Church Sunday contribution was received an ex cellent dinner was spread and thoroughly onjoyed despite the coldness of the weather Misses Hallie Cox and Alice Hay don of Frankfort spent last week with relatives here Mr Lannie Bell of Louisville is the guest of his uncle Mr Henry Ohurch Mrs John Ford and children are visiting Mrs Fords parents Mr and Mrs Henry Ohurch Miss Prvor of Monterey is visiting Miss Kate Haydon Â¬ Falrvijv -- Master Raymond Duire had the misfortune of mashing off one of his fingers a few days ago Lice and heavy curtains in great variety Mr Joe Hiatt while trimming on some timber with a drawing knife If so desired purchases made now can be laid away for future let the knife slip and cut his knee badly He is now getting along very delivery Call and examine our stock Prices lowest well Miss Nora Hedges and Miss Liza Sharp whehave been visiting in this section have returned to their homes Wall in Louisville Misses Annie and Jva Riner have been on the sick list this week Mr Boyd Hancock who taught in district No 2 this county closed his school last Friday the 4th inst The school was taught with great suc- Â¬ cess and Mr Hancock nas made many friends in that section also in this community Mr Mattern was out to our school a few days ago and took the photos M BEATTY of the pupils Carpets Furniture Paper Draperies C F BROWER J CO H ft MATTEEU THE W L Coppersmith the jeweler is 234 the leading repairer in the city 45 ly St Clair street m Em Eye Watches clocks and jewelry of standard brand at Coppersmiths be- Â¬ 234 sides sold at deadrock prices 45 ly St Clair street m i ru imiicr 334 MAIN STREET FRANKFORT KY Real Estate Agt BEATTYVILLE LEE CO BREATHITT WOLFE PRACTICES IN LEE Powell Clay and othor counties Sept 5 tt Attorney at Law W J CHINN JR J To Be Given Away Our enterprising druggist J W Gavlo who carries the finest stock of Close Observed Coppersmith dont send WL work to other cities but does ail is instrusted to him in his that building 234 St Clair street 45 ly JagTQXT JunS0 ly RAW Of-- Will practice in all State Courts fice second floor Custom House Irugs perfumeries toilet articles brushes sponges etc is giving way a large number of trial bottles of Dr Among the great strikes that of Wiles celebrated Restorative Ner Br Miles in discovering his New vine Guarantees it to cure headache JSeart Care has proven itself to bo dizzinoss nervous prostration sleep lessness the 111 eifeots of spirits toone of the most Important The d bacco coffee etc Druggists say it is oaand for it has becomo astonishing Already the treatment c heart dis the greatest Holler they ever knew oase is being revolutionized and and is universally satisfactory They many unexpected cures effected It also guarantee Dr Miles New Heart Cure in all cases of nervous or organ soon relieves short breath fluttering pains in side arm shoulder wean io heart disease palpitation pain is side etc Fine book on Nervouo nnd hungry spells oppression swell 4 ing erf ankles smothering and heart and Heart Disease free iropsy Dr Miles book on Heart nnd Nexvous disease free The un Eclucatioual quaKd New Heart Cure is sold and guaranteed by J W Gaylo also his Programme for County Teaohers ostoratlvo Nervine for headache Association to be hold in Frankfort Us sprees hot Hashes nervous chilli 4 January 2d 1892 pium habit etc Is jovornors 1 Shelby I5 Issue Mill 21 When elected 3 Inauguration Warm nnd muddy I6 Domestic AfTaira Missos Emma and Fanny Ohurch 9 Tnrntrrn Affnlfo of Tiger visitod Miss Ollio Hooken 2 Garrad timith Saturday and Sunday 1 Issue Miss Georgia Hodgos of Frankfort Tho other governors will bo disis visiting rolativos In the country cussed in order Misses Anno Church of Tiger and We hope tho attendance Annie Belle Fogg of Jett visitod largo and enthusiastic as will bo as that of the relatives hero Sunday provious The teaohers Thos Blaok Esq went to Louis- nave shownmeetings intorost In tho a decided ville Wednesday with a portion of study of Kentuoky and if thoy had Ills crop of tobacco some regular place to moot much Miss Kato Sutor of Sallowflold good could bo accomplished by these visited the Misses Webster last meetings week Wo tho next association Mr Walker Satterwhlto returned will bosuppose tho olty sohool build Â¬ hold in Saturday from a visit to Louisville ing as tho County Superintendent Mr Goo Winter wifo and Miss promised It If it Alice Winter are visiting friends in cannot bo to obtain duofor us scoured notico will bo Versailles this wook given Miss Laura Polndoxtor is visiting MAaaiB Innes relatives at Sted man town Leonna Jett Mrs Louis Hookonsmlth of Mis Â¬ souri who has boonon an extended For rentA brlok cottage of visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Dave Hookonsmlth loft for her homo throe rooms on tho hill opposite JolmL Scotts residence Possession Monday Soveral ontortalnments arc spoken given Sept 7th Apply to Henry Gobber 5l tf of for the near futnro Tho youug The Greatest Strike Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mastin Bros SPORTING GOODS Peaks Â¬ The best GUN in the market for the money Company with Just received 10000 loaded shells loaded by the Hazard Powder T Theo i1-the marketvsriDEsn Agents for best in - ro ZF AJEerKZZEiZK COLT J1TD SIMIXTIEa GTCnfcTS Diamonds WEofwish to remind you that our stock mounted Diamonds was never so complete as now and we can assure you the lowest prires consistent with the value furnished Watches Watches and that we have all grades and a large variety in staple and fancy designsl again we are WEquarters desire to sayand Gold Head for fino Gold Filled Â¬ Jewelry in great variety fine Gold and Jewelry comprising the most popular novelties as well as the leading staples which we sell at uniformally low nmpiimnn BRONZE CLOCKS MARBLE CLOCKS IRON CLOCKS ONYX CLOCKS AND BRONZE FIGURES STERLING SILVER in SterlingWare and purchasers can rest assured that our prices are beyond a doubt the lowest and our WE have CLOCZSJ Rip Arnold Dead have the latest XESilver and Eleclro designs Plated - prices quality the best A SELBERT Personals Capital Hotel Mr Robt Phythian has returned from Cincinnati Mr W M Taylor of Paris was in uiq cicy i ueauay W W Smith of Versailles was in the city Wednesday Miss Evelyn Brown has returned from a visit to Paris Mrs B A Ponlok spent the flrst of the week in Louisville Mr A P Curtis of Versailles was in the city Wednesday Hon Emmett Dickson of Paris was in the city Monday Mr J 0 Lewis of Bowling Green was in the city Tuesday Capt Noel Gained has returned from a visit to Arkansas Mr Robt Trnbue of Louisville was in the city Thursday Gen Fayette Hewitt was in Louis- Â¬ ville the first of the week Judge R D Vance of Henderson was in the city Wednesday Mr Ed Marshall of Louisville is visiting relatives in this city Mr Virgil Hewitt returned Thursday from a trip to Louisville Miss Margaret Lewis is visiting the Misses Mi ward in Lexington Mr Adolph Sohimdt of Cincin natti was in the city Tuesday Miss Birdie Brown returned Mon- Â¬ day from a visit to Henderson Miss Susie Brown left Monday for LouisYHle to spend few days Mrs W W Longmoor visited friends in Cynthiana thiB week Miss Judith Drane attended the opera in Louisville Tuesday night Senator Worthington of Maysville was in the city the nrst oi tne wees Mr Henry Glover of Louisville was in the city the first of the week Mrs R D Denson of Louisville is visiting Mr and Mrs Geo Huffman Ex Congressman J F Clay of Henderson was in the city Wednes- Â¬ day Mr J T Palmer of Cincinnati was in in the city tho first of the week Mr Geo L Willis of theLouiBville Times was in the city the flrst of the week Collector John Feland of tbo Second district was in tho city Tuesday Mr Ed B Weitzel attended the Arnold lecture in Louisville Wednesday night Mr and Mrs Frank Humphrey of are visiting relatives MiddleBborough in this city Miss Olis Dickinson of Todd coun- Â¬ ty is visiting Mrs W W Alexander in this city Mr Wm Woodsmall of LaG range visited relatives in this city the first of tho week Mies Willie Robb of Duckevs Station lea this week to visit her sister in Louisville Mr Thos Averill is rapidly im- Â¬ proving and will be able to be about in a few days Judge Van B Young is very sick with pneumonia at his residence on the South Side Mr J A Sago a prominent gentle Â¬ man of Columbus Ohio was in tho city Wednesday Mien Annie Hines left last Saturday for Bowling Green to spend the holi- Â¬ days with relatives a well known Mr Oeo Webb young lawyer of Lexington was in the city Wednesday Mrs F W Koyes returned Wed nesday from a visit of sovoral weeks to relatives in Now York Mr Frank G Montgomery who hao been living at Saltville Virginia for the past year or two spent several Â¬ V Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ the leading jeweleb 233 St CBair Street WASHER Mr V L Clark is quite sick at the clays in thiB city the first of the week on his way to his new home in Macon Georgia Rev J McOluskyBlayney and son Mac attended the foot ball game in Louisville last Saturday Mrs Helen McClure and children have returned from a visit to her pnr- ents at stamping lirounu Miss Fannie Horndon of Louisville is visiting Miss Evelyn Brown at tho Governors Mansion Mr Jas E Stone of Hardinsburg oandidate lor Assistant Clerk of the House was in thejeity Tuesday Miss Mannie Quiggins of Eliza bethtown is visiting her aunt Miss Susie Mayhall on Shelby street Mrs J Alex Grant and Mrs Ed Hensley are in Louisville at the bed- Â¬ side of their sister Mrs E P Bryan Mrs Alice Orbison and daughter Miss Nellie attended the opera at the Auditorium in Louisville Tues Â¬ day who Mrs Rice of Harrodsburg has been visiting her sister Mrs T M Goodknight returned home Monday Miss Emma Morris was quite sick the first of the week but is able to atÂ¬ tend to her duties in the Post Office again Mr Wm W Parsons of Dayton Ohio came over Friday to attend the funeral of his brother Judge R R Parsons Messrs Will McClure W W Long moor and Craik Jackson attended the foot ball game in Louisville last Saturday Mr G W Barrett wife and chil- Â¬ dren of Colorado are visiting Rev George Darsie and wife on west Main stroet Miss Addie Maie Reed of Louis- Â¬ ville who has been visiting Miss Alma Scofield returned home Thurs day morning of Bowling MisB Sallie Ragland Greeiu who has been visiting Mrs D B Wticutfc returned home last Sat uruay evening ATioono Pnnnio T mid Bessie Lewis of this county returned Wednesday from a visit of several weeks to friends in Knoxville Tennessee Misses Mamie Wilson and Helen Long of Woodlake left Thursday to spend the winter with Mrs W J Williams in Thomasville Georgia Messrs H T Gaines and Attilla Norman went to Lexington Tuesday to witness the performance given by the Jos Jefferson comedy company Misses Christine Reynolds Laura nnd Marie Pepper and Messrs Geo Payne and R P Pepper jr attended the grand opera in Louisville Tuesday night Mr Wm Bayne of Kansas City Missouri who has been visiting his sister Mrs Jas T Moore in thiB city left Tuesday to visit his father at Bagdad Mrs Judge Cleveland of Galveston Texas who has been visiting Col G A Robertson and wife of Belle point has returned home accom- Â¬ panied by her son Mr Winslow Robinson who will make Galveston his home in future having secured a fine situation there Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mr Ripley Arnold second son of Rev Thos N Arnold of this city died in New York City on Saturday after an illness of several weees with On Saturday the typhoid fever news was received that he was better Ts7s7lien but the hopes entertained of his speedy recovery were crushed early Monday morning by the receipt of a telegram announcing his death The deceased came to this city with his parents when a small boy and grew to manhood in our midst He was a young man of great am- Â¬ bition a hard student of undaunted courage and possessed of all tho qualities that render a young man worthy of the admiration and ZE3Tara affection of his friends and never was a man truer and more devoted to his friends than Kip Arnold as crieB of the child and was in hiding he was called by his companions until Thursday afternoon when he He went to New York some two years was arrested in Bellepoint by Officer ngo and commenced tho practice ofi Tom Hale of that place and brought law in which profession he was before County Judge Bon G Williams rapidly gaining name and fortune upon a charge of detaining tho child and his early taking off is a great against her will After hearing the evidence the court held Grider over blow to his family and friends His sister Mrs H T Groom of to the Circuit Court and in default Lexington and his brother Thomas o f bail he was sent to jail were with mm in ins last illness ana soothed his dying hours with tender IS LIFE WORTH LIVING est care Not if you go through the world a Dr Ackers Dyspepsia The remains arrived here Wednes- dyspeptic positive cure for the day evoning and tho funeral took Tablets are a of Dyspepsia Indices worst forms placo Thursday afternoon the burial tion Flatulency and Constipation being private Guaranteed and sold by 9 J W Gayle Druggist WHY Let your Buggy Carriage Surrey or Spring Wagon wear out for want of a good LEATHER 3rou can bia3r so clieap Ozie box Xjeatber vTashers Five Sets for CRAY 25C ware 3ivdexciiarits- - CHURCH See notice of Dr Walters next visit in another column Grand opening of Holiday Goods at 11 tf Sower Ahlers Monday All the best grades sf coal for sale at 12 cents per bushel by the FrankÂ¬ fort Elevator Coal Co 12 tf DR I W I O KELLEY w OF CINCINNATI ill be at the FECOSRTXS IN LEXINGTON HOTEL KY This is beyond question the most successful Cough Medicine we have ever sold a few doses invariably cure the worst cases of Cough Â¬ Croup and Bronchitis while its won- Â¬ derful success in the cure of Consumption is without a parallel in the Since its first history of medicine discovery it has been sold on a guarantee a test which no other medicine can stand If you have a cough we earnestly ask you to try it Price 10c 50c and 1 If your lungB are sore chest or back lame use Shilohs Porous Plaster Sold by J W Consumption Sliilolis Cure Saturday January 2 1892 Saturday January 23 2892 Saturday February 13 1892 HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without surgical operation an d wltn little or no pain Child Convict Sam Alexander a little negro b oy eleven years old was sent to tho Penitentiary on Saturday from Cum Â¬ REEKRFNCES Dr E II Jober Frnnkfort Ky J T Stuten Frankfort Ky V Borberlch Frankfort h Rer L P Hulett Benson Ky A II Mctluie Frankfort Ky iV J liuues Frankfort Ky Ky DR KELLEYS oflice and residence Is at 253 West Eighth street ClnelnnutluiHl where be may be found over day of each neek except SATUR- Â¬ berland county upon the charge of house breaking and was pardoned of Gov Brown Jas David Moore M Wlthnwirankfoit Benson Ky Caton Stock Farm Gayle 37 Sold a Trotter W H Lewis sold Messrs W J last week the bay colt Guyandotto foaled in 1891 by Hinder Wilkes 220Jlstdam Agnetta by Madrid 2d dam Marietta dam of Valcour 229 3d dam Smyrna dam of Prince Edward 220 4th dam Snowbird dam of Mist 2293 to Mr E Lewis of The colt was Iowa Price private shipped Thursday Mr A L Thomas Supt of Caton IW 1 Farm at Joliet 111 remarks enclose you amount for six bottles of 251 W I am As a rule Quinns Ointment conservative about saying anything one years trial I must con Â¬ but after fess that it will do all you claim for DAYS pamphlets describing these diseases and the mode of treatment sent free to any one by audretslmi KElLEY CONSULTATION m Eight St Cincinnati O FREE d it Primary Election Tho Democratic County Commit Â¬ tee at a meeting held on Monday ordered a primary election to bo held on tho 19th of March next for the purpose of nomiTwo nating a candidate for sheriff candidates for tho nomination are already announced and leveral are beating the bushes Â¬ liit w WE CAN AND DO Guarantee Dr Ackers Blood Elixir for it has been fully demonstrated to the people of this country that it is superior to all other preparations for olood diseases It is a positive cure for sphilitio poisoning Ulcers Erup- Â¬ tions and Pimples It purifieB the Euchre Party fthole system and thoroughly buildB ip tho constitution 0 J W Gaylb Druggist Mrs Wm Saffell entertained her friends at a euchre party at her resi Â¬ Fob Bent House on 3d street con Â¬ dence on tho South Side Thursday rooms all modern con- Â¬ afternoon from 3 to 0 oclock The taining eightLately occupied by Mrs veniences prizeB wore won by Mrs Van B M 0 Haycraft For terms apply at Young and Mrs G Mat Adams corner 3d and Shelby streets Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm FOR 40 YEARS DR WM TONIC CTJKES Halls COUGHS Balsam remedy for LOSS OF APPETITE Indigestion Dyopopeia Nausea Soar Stomach Sleeplessness Headache Nervous Pros tration Neuralgia Pal- Â¬ pitation of the Heart Loss of Energy Weakness of Back Feelings of Languor and Lassitude Gen oral Debility La Grippe Etc Etc Â¬ FOR THE LUNGS CONSUMPTION LA COLDS HOARSENESS faOHE THROAT OIlIPPE ACUTE PNEUMONIA CATARRH INFLUENZA ASTHMA BRONCHITIS CHRONIC AND WHO0PI i COUOH CROUP PLEURISY PAIN AND 8PITTINW OF BLOOD and INTHKSIDE ull diseases of the Has been n never falllnc fumlly Throat Chest and Lungs Wlien Your JLlvcr Is torpid and sluggish you cannot do business successfully Everything goes wrong You dont feel well Get your livor in good working order by using Dr Halos Household Tea tho great blood purifier and norvo tonic It lias no equal as a health re storer For salo at Oarponters 2 South Sido Drug Store Â¬ 14 2t CONSUMPTION It soothes morphine nornnydoleterlousdriu and lieals the Membrane of the Lungs Inhumed and poisoned by disease and prevents night It la sweats and tightness across the client pleasant to the taste Be sure and ask for DIt WM HALLS DALSVM and take no other For sale by DR Win HALLS BALSAM contnlns no opium Attempt at Rape In ute for 23 years by omluent physlolana and iuraeonB In the United Hmte and pronounced by them the boat TONIU extant others full It cures whore allyour Drugglut Try it and b Ask for It oonvluced Â¬ Consult Dr visit here Wednesday afternoon a little white girl by tho name of Cora Roddick twelve years of ago was assaulted J with intent to rapo by a nogro ox Druggist Frankfort Ky convict named John Grider near tho 100 PRICE 5C 500 residence of Mr W L Collins on DR WM HALL CO NEW YORK Oct 21 Cm The Walter on his next tho Benson Valley turnpike iraiTitTr yrffire5qfflM fiend was frightened away by tho PRICE J ED RAY 100 PER ROTTIiE CO W Manfs and Proprs PABI8 KY W H AVERILL June 13 Sole Ky Agent Frankfor 1 jr Wf A rYf 3UL3T jE3xXX OI Jri92TG imwrrra iiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiisiiiMiiiisiiaJiiaiiiiiaiiiiiiifiBiioiciiMii Oysters Oelory H Herring New Mackerel French Sardines Auchoveis in oil French Peas French Mushrooms Trench Asparagus Shumakers Rolled Oats and Oat Meal Cream Cheese Evaporated Peaches New Prunes New Figs New Raisins New Currants Leghorn Citron Flaked Hominy other things too numerons to mention Aug 29 jm J HEENEY SOUTH SIDE GROCER do more to check crime than a few lifo sentences in the prison Life is cheap and to kill a man these days if you havo 500 you can got free Flo upon such lawyers who will defend cold blooded murderers and assassins It was not so in yo oldon times and should not bo so now but it is and they rush to defend a criminal whon they see 50 or 100 dollars in sight Col Jno Moran tho civil engineer of section 5 at Hogos Station has purchased a fine blooded mare aged two years sire Boston dam Flora Temple Shes a bird for 40 years ought to know salt from sugar road what ho says Toledo O Jan 10 1887 Messrs P J Ohenoy GoGon tlomon I havo boon in tho general of modicino for most 40 practice years and would say that in all my practice and experience have never seen a preparation that I could pre scribed with as much confidence of auccesss as I can Halls Catarrh Cure Have promanufactured by you scribe it a groat many times and its efloct is wonderful and would say in conclusion that I havo yet to And a case of Catarrh that it would not cure if they would take it according to directions Yours truly L LGORSUOHMD Â¬ Â¬ A man who has practiced medicine His Last Visit Dr Hales Household Cougli Cure Â¬ Is a purely vogatable remedy prepar Â¬ ed from rare medicinal plants a per- Â¬ fect remedy for coughs colds hoarse ness loss of voice whooping cough bronchitis the first stages of con- Â¬ nally sumption allays all soreness of tho F J CHENEY CO Props lungs and chest and gives perfect Toledo O satisfaction It is the greatest medi2 GSTSold by all druggists 75c cine of the age to strengthen the lung tissue 25 and 50c per bottle at A beautiful line of Dinner and Carpenters South Side Drug store Toilet Sets at reduced price at 2 Day Haffs 13 tf Ofllce 215 Summit St Wo will give 100 for any case of Jatarrh that can not ho curea with Halls Catarrh Cure Taken inter- Â¬ Â¬ Dr W I Kelly of Cincinnati mado his last visit to this city yee mal o Ho will however tarday regular jQUonthly visits to Lcdngtcn where pc sons needing his services can ccntttlt him The dates of his visits tliero can always be found in this paper and you will certainly fnd him at tho Phoenix on those days His trips here were not discontinued for want of patients but because fei does KuMTTfflll traveling about has become distasteIV ful to him and he is endeavoring to WLIx liiiimiiiiiiiii confine his practice as far as possible to hisoilice in Cincinnati Â¬ H19 jf wBsami knnIi tkt Liiy dfiT of Mn J I Cvr liuWIFfi I cry known remedy Ircnioudii Ju o jKMirs Htundlng from u jcji oi wit hrco applications of i9 Cart 4rviilSW2s Hickory Groo Turin bnn i Wis min Itucluo h w iw WCiffiCQ J vloi litiii ltWtiiobestpropirntlonlhnveovert of 1 hcurtlly recommend It to ull Jiorjeic Wdtava hundreds of such testimonial pcrtiottlc Askyoiirdrupilstforlt Iflio Btiiil 11 EDDY us We stumps or M cr for t rlnl lox CO Whitehall NY mm Jett Mrs Nannie Smith Badly Hurt Â¬ Mr Sylverater Sudduth was reof Indianapolis lias returned home after a visit to turning to his home near Benson lier sister Mrs J A Shaw Thursday afternoon in his buggy and Messrs Henry Hearn and Ed Shryock who are doing some car- Â¬ pentering on Mr Masons farm near brought home six wild Elkhorn ducks Monday They sny there was a largo flock on tho creek and they Who killed ten or fifteen of them can beat it J R Shaws corn sheller is in fine running order now and ho is doing a brisk business A largo amount of corn is beingjhipped from here Mrs Annie Botts and Miss Katie Wright who havo been visiting in Cincinnati returned home last Satur- Â¬ day Our school is progressing nicely under the management of its energetic teacher Miss Leonna Jett Miss Leonna and her pupils are pre- Â¬ paring a nice little entertainment for Christmas Eve If you want bargains in dry goods groceries etc call on L A Trumbo He also has goods to the hustler sell which ho can warrant being good because ho made it himself Miss Eloise Trumbo is spending several days with friends here Before you ask Will Hearn where did he get that hat be sure he is in a good humor Mr R J Fogg returned Thursday from an extended visit in Tennessee Miss Allie Dunn of Danville is vis Â¬ iting Miss Birdello Bedford Miss Anna B Fogg has returned liome from a vsit of several days to Miss Annie Church Miss Jennie Jett entertained a few of her friends on Tuesday evening Mrs L A Those present were Trumbo MisseB Jennie Jett Anna B Fogg Eloisa Trumbo May Quinn Pearl Edwards Messrs L A Trum Â¬ bo George and Theoph Mastin Brown Taylor Will and Alvin Jett jind Edwin Thompson Dancing was the programme Mrs Sam South arid daughter Miss Anilie are visiting friends in Louisville Hog killing about done for Corn being delivered at 2 per barÂ¬ Sunday night and is always largely horso became frightened at a passing attended N railroad whirled train on the L around upset the buggy threw Mr Sudduth out and stepped on him Mr Sudduth was so seriously injured by the fall and the horses hoof that his recovery is considered doubtful Bible Reading Society meets every when near the old Ganey bridge his TCYPFI L THE INTRUDER That mvvmw j the inumerablo microbes germ etc which All the air we breathe and tho water wo drink there can be no question These microbes attack the human body and breed poison in many shapes Recent experiments rend before the congress of surgeons at Berlin leave no doubt that the way to clear the system of these germs is to force them out through the pores of the skin S S S does this in the most efllcient way It cleans them out entirely and the poison as well Mr F Z Nelson a prominent and Ne- Â¬ wealthy citizen of Fremont braska suffered foryears with Scrofula and it continued to grow worse in spite of all treatment Finally four bottles of Swifts Specific cured mm Words aro inade lie writes quate to express my gratitude and favorablo opinion of Swifts Specific Treatise on blood and Skin Diseases mailed free Swift Specific Co Atlanta Ga bv TILL LOWER Best InaIgro DBlvte Oalico Best JDzixJz Osillccs 5Kc --- 3Kc Â¬ The old Man Would Have His Jolce Aristotypes at Matterns Gallery r7o were 2c 3 cod ZFlaid Ootton 5c Colore d UPoplin for Oomiort 3o Tide ULitiELg -- 3ood Oamto2n HTlaanriel 5c To introduce this new and beauti- Â¬ ful picture I will give one free until Two boys who owned a cattle farm the first of January 1S91 with every out West dozen photogranhs ordered Christened it Focus at their sires 13 3t request old man thought it quito a good The AN OPEN TELEGRAM conceit Recoive at Headqu krters Frank- Â¬ For there the suns rays meet fort Ky 11 a in the sons raise meat Tho lads prospered and they and My DeNorth Pole iTov 20 1891 their families enjoyed the very bestÂ¬ Dont r Friend barutiful Holiday of health Dr Pierces Pleasam- Pel- Display miss the at Sower 5 Ahlers 307 lets were always found in their medicine-- 309 Main str bt rankfort Ky chestthe only positive cure for Finest lotjof Christmas srood s I ever bilious and siok headache dizziness saw immense assortment new constipation indigestion and all dis Â¬ novelties fine selection hand Â¬ orders of the bowels and stomaoh some presents low prices This small sugar Strictly vegetable your best chance coated only one required for a dose is SANTA OLAUS and their action is gentle and thorough The best Liver Pill on Found A pocket book containing earth a small sum of money The owner a can have same by calling at this - sxrais lOc J L RODMAN FOR LOW PRICES CALL ON- - SON BRO C E COLLINS 3D33jXj2Ti3 Cement TUT Hardware Wall Paner and Decorations Lime Plaster rhH Oils nd M ed Paiats X2oors Blinds Sc ITo - Hrm Iron Steel Bolting Suh der Siict and Slxello Bt ALSO A FULL LINE OF Official Visits office Grand Commander J W Pruett attended the twenty sixth anniversa ry meeting of Maysville Commandery No 10 Knights Templar Wednesday eighteen occasion on which postulants received the Red Cross order and last night he attended the meeting of DeMolay Com- Â¬ mandery No 12 in Louisville when nine En ights of tho Red Cross were croated m Holiday Goods oranges Lemons Malaga Grapes Raisins Currants Citrons Figs Dates California Prniifis nnrl Fvrmnrnt orl Peaches Nuts Candies c very uay oc uncap ac 13 A larcre and well selected stock of Sewep and Hub Pipe and Rack J MM9Haf91rK fm iiTBycBiKi3iKirrA H p Salt AIN 1ND LEWIS 4Wy STREET tf hafs Co KFORT KENTUCKX nets and hats at half former prices 13 3t All trimmed and untrimmed Sam D Millinery bon- Â¬ JACOB SVIGJERT CO Johnson DR at Are active and pure For slok head suits 3t cost Sam D l3 aoho disordered stomaoh loss of ap Â¬ petite bad complexion and billious ness they havo never boon equaled either In America or abroad 0 J W Gavle Druggist ACKERS ENGLISH PILLS Our entire stock of colored novelty Novelty Dress Goods Johnson Co Have Removed From the Bafzell Building rel first principles and ary engineor LA Emilias Cromwell has forsaken his is now a station- Our stock of ladies misses and childrens cloaks at cost to reduce stock 13 3t Cloaks Cloaks Sam olt H iMi-A-ii- sr Â¬ P Johnson Co H101 SND 102 Holiday Gifts Wo havo tho KM STREETh stbeet to lamest line of plush dressing oases and ordor oases over brought to this oity and wo sell them Wo have cheaper than anybody also a beautiful lino of holiday book ciety lots vasos manicure sots trlpplo Business has boon extra with Mr mirrors cut glass bottles and other Owen the past week ho Ib closing out goods too numorouB to mention his dry goods boots shoos and no- You will savo money by buying tions preparatory to enlarging his from ub Holmes Halloran now mamoth store room 14 2t H B Henry paid our town a call last Wednesday night Horn Mr Rip Goo W Hearn is missed In our community and on Saturday CORBTT In this city on Thursday Pocomhor night whon ho comes homo tho lid 18U1 to Mr lurry Corbet midwife uduiiuhtur place looks natural May you pros Â¬ WILMAMS In tills city on Krlduy Doetimbor per in your now trade Rip llth Mrs Geo Darslo and Miss Annio iliiuglitor toAlrJtuwol Williams and wlton Thomas called on Mrs Owon last week A CHILD KILLED It seems from tho number of mur Â¬ derers confined in tho Louisville jail Anothor child killed by the use of In our that crlmo Is on tho Inoroaso opiates tho form Tho laws and jurlos aro Syrup given in mothers of Soothing metropolis give their Why so lonlont those days of bloodshed onildren suoh deadly poison is surpris- Â¬ and orimo that a porson does not ing whon they can relievo tho ohlld know whon ho is safe It Booms that using troubles tho mora tax wo pay tho loss growB of its peoullar Soother by containsDr no It Ackors our right of protection of llfo and opium orBaby morphine Bc2 by limb A few hangings say 22 of tho 0 J W Gayle Druggist 23 now confined In tho said jail would Â¬ Â¬ -- Trumbo has stocked up will piok his flint and try again There will be a concert given at Grass Hopper College by homo talent for tho benefit of tho Jett BIblo So- Weoffer a now andattraotivo stook of fancy articles at low prices for tho They will fill this space with an entirely new advertisement in Ilolliduy trade short time Sam D Johnson l3 3t Co Wo offer our entire stook of ladles woolen underwear at greatly reduced prices to close out stock 13 Christmas Goods Ba5enient of the Capital HntBlH Ladies Underwear Sam D 3t Johnson Co DWARD CLAASSEN ERAOTiaJL31r at low prices 13 Wo havo a gQqd and ohoioo stook Fur Capes and 3t Sam D Muffs Johnson Co Day Haffs 13tfl W L Coppersmith tho jowolor dooB tho best of work at moderate Call and soo 231 St Clair prlcos 45 ly stroot Qood Raisins only 10c por pound at Plumber Gas Fixtures In GasSteam Fitter -- AND DEALER IN- - Bath Tubs Sinks Ciosets PIPE AND FITTINGS ETC Notice to Creditors of M B Porwood HERKHY GIVEN TO ALL OREDI NOTICK of M 1 Forwood to provo up mul pro nont tlielr claims to tho iiswltftiees JO NOEL HlT rnvwinOINTON M I Forwood At signet Deo 12 lt 18 dUXJ AJNU UUJNTKAUT rearof STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO WORK ALJj WORK GUARANTEED Salondora Grooory FRANKFORT KENTUCKY Thorough Prnctlcnl COLLEGE jiositious ROOK KEEPING I Grnduntvs assisted toInstruction fifclCntalomie free Writ in BRYANT STRAnOH 1 SINESS LOUISVILLE KY i SEED THAT PUPMKIN To the customer guessing nearset tho NUMBER OF SEEDS in our Pump in now on exhibition in our window 1 1 jip Swiss Music Box 10 Airs Value 35 nu wish ui uibuii and pi iced in a Handsomely Dressed DOLL jwiuii uubtoiiitji WJSSSl C5wa I u when the Pumpkin Will take place at our store ar 10 oclock Christums Tinv win uugivureuuo 4 Feet K JrLjSX f r High VALUE made on n with Counting will counted - - - 35 f ar uesscrr We Keep a Full line of Boots Shoes QCG Mfliw www FKAMFUT flEQ A LEWIS Hats Books and Holiday Goods at Lowest Prices jO TVTV l ttUlTOMBOUT stored at the post odjoe at Frankfort Kentucky as scQnd ctow mailable matter Editor and Publisher DEC 12 has given slackwater as far up as Shaker Ferry at all seasons of the year and in a moderate stage of water boata can go even beyond that point Ma9Uam wvwca in ii dbVACVfSnlJ - HAZEL KIRKE A Continued Success the popular play of Hazel Kirke to a very large audience There is no other modern drama that has won for itself so pronounced a success in so short a time and one that has drown so large an attendance at every production as Hazel Kirke It is a drama full of touching pathos yii biuipie in uu na puns interspers ed with bits of pleasing fun which however do not detract in the least the attention or the feeling of the auditor from tho thread of the story The principal parts those of HaDunBtan Kirke zel and were ta- Â¬ ken last night by the originals Miss O W Couldock Effle Ellsler and Mr and their conception and acting of the roles could not be improved The impersonation of the blind miller by Mr Couldock is one true to life in every particular Tho acting of Miss Erne Ellsler is of that power and finish blending with a sweet simplici- Â¬ ty in tone which at once secures for herself the whole attention of the andience throughout the perform- Â¬ ance The other parts of the cast were all of them equally well por- Â¬ trayed Same bill to night and a matinee to morrow afternoon Cincinnati Times Star At the Opera House Tuesday De- Â¬ cember 15th Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Candy Pulling Miss Jessie Calmes Rave a most delightful candy pulling at the resi- Â¬ dence of her grand father Judge Craddock on the South Side last Saturday afternoon from 4 to 6 at Heucks Opera House last night The Effle Ellsler Company opened flRunAS mid mitm j el ANNOUNCEMENT ire authorized to announce W H IpNTof Jrinklln pountv us u candidate PAR for Assistant Cleik of the House of RepreseVitatlves KMnture subject to tne action of V ui next the Democratic caucus Aug 15 te tfftANKtfOUT 1881 For Sheriff Vonmtnorlzo1 t0 imnounee STitONOiis county Tlie City Census Â¬ The census which the Council ordered taken of the city was finished Commendable last week and the numerators made their reports to the City Clerk on All claims not consistent with the Tuesday The following is the re- Â¬ high character of Syrup of Figs are sult purposely avoided by the Cal Fig WHITE Syrup Company It acts gently on 1730 First Ward the kidneys liver and bowels cleans- Â¬ 1733 Second Ward ing the system effectually but it is 1400 Third Ward 4863 not a cure all and makes no preten- sions that every bottle will not sub COLORED 13 lm 996 stantiate First Ward m 917 Second Ward Advertised Letters at 1045 Third Ward Frankfort Ky 2938 a candid ite for Sheriff of Franklin subject to the action of conventljnof Saturday March lUtlirieo tS-JLJM- R I ARM Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste and acts gently yet piomptly on tho Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the system effectually dispels colds head 03H ENJOYS year old mules und a h T111 five milts from irunkfort also u house on Con- way strtet South Frankrort for rent For terms apply to WM CROMWELL in u o zi well broke two iU pair ofnt mil Irlticrnn tmiill tnii f fR A W CROMWELL HAS FOR SALE A ii Berkshire Boar HAVE A PURE DRED BLACK BERKSHIRE boar which win be permitted to nerve sows FRANKS II AF Near o K C Cooper shor Dec 5 2m On L N Railroad Â¬ Â¬ w n IN STATE PRISON White and colored 861 Below will bo fonnd ft liat of advertised letters for the week ending Dec 12th 1891 8662 Total Leaving out the convicts which were not counted in the Government numeration the census falls short of that made by the U S numerators were In the 92 The numerators First Ward Jos Hubble In the Sec- Â¬ ond Ward Wm Hulett and in the Third Ward Ohas Stephens m Tlie City Election The election for Mayor came off on Saturday and was a more quiet affair than usual only one or two rows oc curing and those not very serious Mr Richard Tobin the Democratic nominee was elected by a majority of 174 over Mr V Berberich the Republican candidate The following is the vote by wards FIRST WARD Tobin Berberich SECOND WARD 205 188 307 167 THIRD WARD 250 233 174 Tobin Berberich Tobin Berberich Tobins majority Mr P Fall Taylor Gone to Atlanta who has been living in Louisville for several years has accepted tho position of book- Â¬ keeper for the Standard Oil Company at Atlanta Georgia and has gone to Fall is one of that city to reside the best boys who ever loft tho little Valloy City and a host of friends here heartily recommend him to tho good people of the Gate City Meeting of the Athletic Club There will bo a meeting of tho members of the Athletic Club at 730 oclock Wednesday evening Decem Â¬ ber 16th 1891 to transact important business All members aro roquostod to be present Bade to the Old Stand Tho work at Lock No fl having boon completed Capt R 8 Burnett U S Engineer in ohargo has remov- Â¬ ed his office from Salvisa and is baok in liis old quarters in tho Custom House The lock has been thrown open for traffic and boats are passing through Tho building of tho look and dnm Cromwell Master Commis sion of tho Common Pleas Court made tho following sales of real os tato Tho house and lot of tho late H L Watkins on Oampboll street known as tho old McCarty place to Mr Wm Coke for 1960 Tho place was afterwards divided into four lots by Mr Coke ho retain Â¬ ing tho portion with tho house upon it and letting Messrs O A Nelson F M Scoflold and S A Parront havo tho others Eacli of tho latter gen Â¬ tlemen will buildjupon their lots in tho spring Also tho old Ohoany farm near Summit Station on tho Midland was sold to Mr Josiali Ponn for 1600 Tho rosidonco of tho lato Sigmund Luscher on Ann street ho sold to Miss Lillio lloarncourt for 3100 SIIILOIIS CATARRH REMEDY marvelous ouro for Catarrh Diphtheria Canker mouth and With oaoh bottle there Headache is an ingenious nasal Injoctor for tho more successful treatment of these compjaints without extra charge 37 Price 50o Sold by J W Gayle A low Wm Naque George L Boothe Jas Doprthit John H Shirly A Hume Mrs H C Shaw Lizzie Mrs Tapp Miss Pauline Hendren Wilson Luther Amanda James Campbell Williams Joseph Wilson Miss Lilla Dr Hales Household Oint Â¬ Mudd Callie Young Rev Al- Mason W J ment Nel8onMrs Cath- - bert erine Is the finest remedy in tho world When calling for those letters say ad- Â¬ It absolutely cures catarrh It cures vertised Cures Neuralgia and Rheumatism J M Saffell Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum Postmaster Cures in the most soothing manner Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Merit Wins Can be Cures Coughs and Colds Wo desire to say to our citizens taken internally A positive specific that for years we have been selling for Pneumonia Cuts Bruises Burns Chilblains Sores of long standing Dr Kings New Discovery fo Corns and Bunions are cured quickly Consumption Dr Kings New different from all else superior to all Life Pills Uucklens Arnica Saive else it has no equal 25 and 50c boxes Â¬ Large size cheapest Sold at Carpemd Electric Bitters and have nters South Side drug store 5 ly never handled remedies that bell as well v that have sriven such Surgeon General We do not universal satisfaction Dr Henry Plnmmer a well known hesitate to guarantee them every rime and we stand ready to re physician of Harrodsburg was ap- Â¬ morning by fund the purchase price if satis- Â¬ pointed Wednesday factory results do not follow their Gov Brown Surgeon General on the These remedies have won Governors staff with rank of Coluse their great popularity purely on onel For sale by their merits Soldiers Attention r P H Carpenter Druggist All members of Johnson Guards Court Day are requested to meet at the Armory to night as business of importance A large crowd attended County will come before the company By order of the Captain Court on Monduy and the offerings Lyman Graham of stock were good but tho prices Orderly Sargent Â¬ Â¬ aches and fevers and emes habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever produced pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach piompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it tho most popular lemedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and 1 bottles by all leading druggists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro curo it promptly for any one who Do not accept any wishes to try it substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Â¬ Â¬ FOR OHRISTMiS Folding Beds China Closets Ladies Desks Book Cases Fine Chairs SAN FRANCISCO CAL LOUISVILLE KY NEW YORK NY Advice to Women If you would protect yourself from Painful Profuse Scanty Suppressed or Irregular Men- Â¬ struation you must use BRADFIELDS FEMALE REGULATOR April 20 1880 CAnTEnsv11iiE Thla will certify that two members of my Immediate family after having suffered for years from Menstrual Irregularity being treated without benefit by physicians were at length completely cured by ono bottle of Hradflelcla Vomalo Regulator Its effect is truly wonderfuL J W Stuahcje mailed FREE which contains Book to WOMAN valuable information on all female dUetucs Leather Couches v Sofa Lounges Parlor Suits Hat Racks Carpet Sweepers Dining Tables and the latest thing in Tea Tables ZE3 ZKogrers Sc Son May2 ly ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION THE or The Old Judge IJing Company BRADFIELD REGULATOR ATLANTA OA CO and formed a corpoiatlon under Chapter CO of the Jeneral Statutes of Kentucky and do hereby adopt the following articles of Incorporation 1 The name of the Corporation snail b The Old Juigo Distilling Company and the principal pliicenf business shall be Frankfort Kentucky 2 The general nature of the business proposed to be transacted In the manufacture and instillation of whisky biandy wlno or other liquors and to l id and sell tho same and to do such other business as ma bo necessary In connection therewith a The capital stock of salil torooratlon shall betweut thousand dollars 20000 divided Into shares of the par value of one bundled dollars 100 each Said capital stock may be Increased at an time to an amount not to exceed fifty 50000 thousand dollars Tho capital stock tdinll be raid In at such times and In such amounts as the Board of Directors may deter Â¬ mine I he corporation 4 shall commence on the 20th dii of November 1U1 and continue for llfty iars next Huxcedlng unless sooiur dissolved by a voteof two thirds of the capital stock in force 5 Thealfahsor the corporation shall be con Â¬ ducted by u board of three directors but the numbet mil be Increased In a oto of the dlrectora to any uumbei the may think proper The board of director shall elect from thtlr number a President hecretai and I ri usurer Hie board of dirt ctms and oiilci rs aforesaid shall be elected oil the 20th day of Nmcmbir lbJl and they shall Ninouutlltho lliht Monday In Juno following and the shall heclec ted on tho lint Monday of Juno following of eaih ear and shull serve for ono0iii from the date of their election oi until their succeshors are elected and iiualllled 0 Tho highest amount or liability to which tho corporation shall at any time subjeu t Itself shall uot exceed two thirds of Its capital stock 7 ill private property is to be exempt iroin any and all corporate debts In testimony whereof the said Incorporator havo hereunto signed their names this the 20th duyof joveinber18Jl MT OW POJt SALE BY JLDL DRUGGISTS BY THESE KNOW ALL HEN Mitchell c W PRESENTS Manllus r Flncel and Heirj Uncel havo associated themselves together attended to at W 234 St Clair street Go to Sower Cakes Nuts and 11 Engraving of all kinds promptly L Coppersmiths 45 1 y Old Macklin Mills Forks of Elkhorn Ky HAVE JUST FITTED VV THIS WELL kuownmlll uHi nil the lattst linprovtd inncliliicij and are prepared to do custom grind ing and pay oish loi ulioit Hour and Corn ileal always on hand Farmers are Invited to give una trial Candies for tho Holidays at tho lowest pricoB Ahlors for Now Wi Nov tf A in case Safe Investment Â¬ ll 2iii LLKHORN MILL COMPANY Forks of Elkhorn K Is one which is guaranteed to or of failure a return of pur chase price On this safe plan you can buy from our advertised Druggist a bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery biingyou satisfactory results Residence as for Bent for Consumption it is guaranteed to bring relief in every case when used for any affection of Throat Lungs oi such as Consumption Chest IJron Inflammation of Lungs chitis Asthma Whooping Cough Croup etc etc It is pleasant S THE AUKNT OF aMRS S T RICHARDSON the house A I liu for sale at and agreebble to taste perfectly In which I live containinggreat bargain will sell or rooms and rent the doublo tenement adjoining containing 8 safe and can always be depended rooms on Camnhellsiicet South Frankfort Also upon Trial bottles free at South a home containing 4 rooms on New Htreet one TERMS Ono third cash balance In and Side Drug Store two years with Interest or will make a big dls count for cash P II Carpenter i Oct 81 Sin JA8 ANDREW 8C0TT of Logan Htrnt In South Fruukfoit containing Possob about Wj iu of ground Is for rent slongUcn IHc 1st FRANK CHINN Nov 21 1691 tf Frankfort K PROPERTY KNOWN AS rilHE RESIDENCE 1 tlio Dliiikliiuii pliiteHtuiitul ntthiMiiith cud For Sale or Rent Three Houses and Lots A G Nov 28 lm MITCHELL FINOKL UENUY ilNOEL H FMMMIT FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT thump - H A UKC 12 1801 Hunt in the Unawcrp Vikdens Camp MebA Co Col Nov 28 1801 Dear lloundabouti Since my earliest recollection It linn been the ftuihioii for Frankfort people to give a little sketch of their while absont upon one travels I am only a miBBion or another citizen by brevet but as I have hadÂ¬ several transactions with the treasur er in which I received a piece of paper and the treasurer got my shekels I claim tho rights and I want to priviligcB of ye oitizon tell you and tho people how muchÂ¬ Howfun there is in deer hunting ever I must first do a little skirmish- Â¬ ing Anthony Trollopo says that any one can write and all that is needed is pen paper ink and a desk Marion Harland states that God almighty himself cannot put brains into a head I that was made up without them have some paper and a plank table pen and ink Tho ink is a mixture oi writing fluid French copying ink and alkali water If thoro was any way to make an improvement on it 1 would do so Its hardly worth while complaining for things not to be got- Â¬ ten and since I have Trollopes tools I Truly 1 would should bo happy saying but some people are always beg her cruel things like Harland I graces pardon for not giving her a title but how am I to And out now or whether she drives single 20th double I inst On the afternoon of the was sitting in the cabin of a ranche nursing a boil on of Kauah creek wonc the back or my neck 1except say that anything about the boil it was ten inches in diameter and thatÂ¬ the opposite pole consisted of numer-I ous exclamation points Thought on the 20th I am so lonesome Ive not received a letter for two weeks and I am tired of reading tracts and temperance lectures so I will just walk down to White Water village for my mail This village is just ten miles away and the walk is quite re- Â¬ freshing Yes there were horses but these broncos have a habit of de- Â¬ scribing half circles etc and they take particular delight in whirling a tenderfoot through the air I en- Â¬ joyed the exercise hugely speeding along like a two year old now Bulg Â¬ ing now coquetting with the prairie dogs and ravens till in tho evening I bathed my eyes in the sight of the stars and stripes on yon village school house Ah the mail Letters Qosh dang a from everywhere ranche anyhow Ill stay in town till And then like a dog to morrow with a bpne I could not And a place to good enough was read those letters hanging round first 21st I on one foot and then the tother like a chicken in froht time when I saw two young men loading a wagon with hay provisions blankets etc and said I where are you going Deer hunting Oh Ghee wish I could go Whats preventing you You fellows Come and go All T nfloflfid wjiaan invitation and a man feels like calling himself Talleyrand when he makes his point otherwise visions of a sackful of wests smite his eyes At 3 p m we erossed the Gunnison river and then slowly ascended the range On top the first ridge we looked back at the village all that we saw was tho white school house which looked like a speck Now we descended into tho canon and what a sight Should the horses go two feet to the right we would find the ground hundreds of feet below One place 1 noticed a large rock hanging over the road It was as large as the Kenyon Hotel and seemed ever ready to fall Now the sun is sinking behind tho range and we get ofFand walk to keep warm It was pleasure that I greeted Coxs cabin where wo were to camp that night One of the windows was gone and tho door was hanging adrift We found a stove in the cabin but were somewhat detained in making a fire as my friends had forgotten to bring an ax and to chop wood with Angers and feet is not done on tho olectrio plan They also forgot to brinor a lantern or candles ho they I took it talked and lamented and thought we philosophically would have to cook and oat in tho dark While I was thinking they out bacon on apieco of Old boss Med out tho gveaso put the grease rag and lit it I in a can stuck in a was surprised but I declare I do not see why ono should complain over a mishap whon they know tho remedy We had a fair supper and as wo wore telling jokes ono of tho boys dis covered an animal in tho corner of Ho could not toll tho oabin whothor it was n skunk or mountain rat TIo was fearful of skunks bo onuso ho said their bito was rank Again I displayed my ig plzen nornnco by not knowing tho bite was poisonous Ono thing at loast I have been endowed with a sense that tolls ono not try to make friends with a Tho animal in question skunk proved to bo a rat a mountain rat Spreading and wo ordorod him out our blankets on tho floor wo lay down and placod moio on top Thought I isnt this just splondid but why is it that mans happiness is over blastod with somothing or another Mr Rat camo baok and entortainod us Thoro is no tolling what those rats wont do His first act was to climb up tho side of tho nnMn ntwl full niY ilnmn on tho floor Then orawl up tho stovo pipe slldo down on tho stove and dance a jig on tho lids Now over In tho cornor Â¬ -- making a iioIbo lileo thump thump Then run over our pillows and grab at our hair Whiz would go a pillow but his nibs was doing something olso at this time Really it was tho only performance that actually tired mo and finally I dozed A few minutes afterwards I awakened with a shudder for in tho pale light from tho moon that camo through tho cracks botweon tho logs I saw a shadow I thought it a pretty largo rat so I look higher and tho higher I looked tho higher became the shadow I thought perhaps a bear had come in and whon I remembered that tho rifles were on tho other sldo of tho cabin I groaned Oh Lord boys that things as hlg as a camel Ha ha ha and ho he ho they laughed and when I got my eyes opened I Whilo I was joined in tho chorus dozing ono of tho boys had gotten up and was standing before me I could not distinguish his form in tho dark The next morning at 8 oclock wo resumed our journoy further up tho range Tho sun shone beautiful and tho cold frosty air made ono feel new life At nine the wind began to blow dark clouds formed about us and wo prepared for heavy weather and for bIx hours wo drove through blinding snow whoso flakes seemed like sharp edged knives when they struck our faces My blood became chilled and do what I could I could not stir up animal heat A lifeless being I staggered into tho cabin on Dillons ranche I must tell about the Dillons particularly of Dick The two brothers run the ranche and live together Dick has been mar Â¬ ried but his wife is dead The grave with the white paling about it on tho mountain side can tell the sad story better than I Their cabin is com- nnnml f flin l inaf imrnfiA Infra flin annPA between them being filled with strips rnltn tncilrla ia nnirntnr1 ttflfctl death Yes to tho Ooh ugh knifos ond to tho bitter onhtnn shoetintr and the bottom is covered with smooth flooring The whole is kept warm by a large stove range Not long after we arrived the hunters Including our began to come in party the outfit was composed of nine men and a dog But the dinner That interested me more than any- Â¬ thing I have tickled my palate with oysters and game and dreamed of Delmonico at the Old Dominion but Delmonico never sat a better Just meal than that at the ranche let me give you tho bill of fare Sliced Venison Ham French Fried Potatoes in Bear Grease Heifers Delight Butter Hot Biscuit Mountain Cream Mocha Raspberry Short Cake Mince Pie Ground Cherries Pear Preserves Alfalfa Honey Cob Pipe Durham Tobacco When I saw the potatoes cooking in bear grease I imagined I could not eat the stun but I was surprised The best leaf lard does not compare Â¬ with it For the benefit of the un1 will say that sophisticated flour gravy is called heifers delight They also have several other names for this kind of funny dressing Alfalfa is a kind of hay that grows in this country and the bees make excellent honey from it And there sat Dick Dick said I lam chilled through and whilst I know what misery whisky has caused if I had some Old Taylor with me all the talk in the world could not keep me from making a toddy Thenbeforo me arose a tower of human flesh six feet three inches in length weighing Arms and limbs of iron 205 pounds rounded face sandy mustache with a perpetual smile just below This was Dick dear Roundabout and he said Kentuclcy oy joo ii you ever cuuiti to this country again you must oome For a moment I thought to see mo myself in GodsOountry because it was the first thing that I had heard to remind me of that land since leaving there With a tear in my eye I replied ThankyouDick Then the other seven n en and dog had to say What would the times be without Ken- Â¬Â¬ tucky I know tho dog was just talk ing for ho was a half breed part Indian and I am sure if I did not look so muoh like a hat rack ho would have shown more friendship by tak We inp a bite of my bosom could eat no supper after suoh a dinner and amused ourselves with a testament of 52 pages But as this Is such a fashionable book at home especially during law making timo and as you are aware of the boys going fishing at certain seasons when fish dont bite it would be useless for mo to toll you why the four pages with the least printing are so desider- Â¬ atum and I will pass it by to toll how nine men and a dogspead blankotson the floor slopt snored and dreamed 1 I dreamed I was a mountain rat but ought to have more judgement than pull a dogs hair I am wearing a rag round my trigger finger to re mind mo not to do so again My bed follow placod his arm around my nook and drow me hither Thought I he must bo dreaming of tho Moor Oh Oasslo Casslo of Vonico beware I exclaimed or I swear by yon dish pan I will castthoo from mo like a note from Oampanini Morning ho lets take a poep outsld eand look at tho lco and snow It just looks liko a picture of Christmas and I wish that ovory pine troo had a pres ent on ovory limb to make ovory ohilds heart In tho world glad How frost has eovorod everything so tho ploturo presents an asnoct of win tor Tho camp was quite fashiona ble bronkfast at nluo dont you know I asked Penrose ono of our party If I oould not hunt with him uocauBo I didnt know tho country Ono can proparo to hour Gabrlol If ho gots lost hero and has nothing to eat Tho itattvo hunter gooth forth aud hunts little door boar lions cuta mount and suoh like lie also fotohoth them in whon ho slays them Whilo fvlll 111 tllQ iim urat n fnllmvllin- - t mountain I asked Ponroso if wo saw a boar would wo fight it Ho said Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I am tho fighter iroin Fightersvllle I must have blood great big rod drops of bearsblood It was not long before we separated and whilo became I was tlp toolng along I saw some thing black Oh thats a bear sure I thought and I am alone in this wido world It was such a trying ordeal Something got tho matter with my hat it kept wanting to go up in the air How con a follow hold a gun to shoot a bear when ho has to hold his hat on with ono hand his boots wont keep still his trousers bag at tho knee and his oyes get so largo that tho gun sight gots so small ho cant see it But there was no use asking myself suoh queries I never was so mad when I found Want a bear at all but an old stump because I was so disappointed in not getting a hide Then too tho State fjays 10 for each scalp and I felt at first that I could see a gold medal hanging on my vost wjth tho following inscripA remembrance of a bear tion fight in which I O G O felled a mon- Â¬ ster to tho earth at one single blow This is no skin game and the wearer is not stuffed Bang bang tho sharp cracking sound of a rifle rent the clear consumptive killing mountain air not more than a quarter of a mile from mo I got excited had eaten so much venison I did not know which way to run Run out to the point quick call- Â¬ ed Penrose from the other side of tho gulch Theres a fine buck close to you As usual I always go the wrong way I ran to the head of the gulch instead of tho point OhS said Penny aa ho ran by me out of youre all right enough breath I put a dash up after that S because I couldnt hear the word I expect he said snakes smith skunks or some- Â¬ thing like it Thats about as close as I came to seeing a deer But I saw lots of tracks in every direction crosswise and otherwise When we got back to camp that night we found Mr and Mrs Anderson had arrived They were no kin to our Mary I was glad to see some worsted and feathers around It lends an air of refinement to any place and besides it kept the boys from telling stories at the meal Tnose stones the boys tell in the absence of women keep me on the verge of saying New York half tho time Something like finding a big fat brown roacn in your biscuit you know Mrs Anderson was such a nico lady She made a cake gave me a piece for lunch and told me to eat all I wanted I love cake All of us bucks had to sleep outside that night Think of it while you were sleeping in your mahogany bedstead wrapped up in blankets comforts and looking up at the white ceiling I had the eartn for a mattress a rock for a pillow and the starry heaven to look upon The frost was somewhat cool but I would not have traded with you One of the boys took sick during the trip so sick that his life was despaired of It furnished food of thought for me I remembered how often I had gone to a physician for some ill and here was a man al- Â¬ most dead the nearest doctor 35 miles away and not the first sign of a drug about the place The next day I hunted till 12 oclock and got tired I did not want any deer anyhow Tho rest of tho boys would see forty and fifty in a clay while all I could see were those they brought in So this 12 oclock found me bound to camp In the afternoon I had the pleasuie of telling Mrs A all about the fast horses good whisky and beautiful women of Gods Coun try I said that the man who quoted those graces originally was a born genius but didnt know much about grammar or he would have begun i also told with beautuui women her she looked so muoh like a lady I know in Kentucky Then I had to stop and thank her for the piece of 1 am pretty cake she handed me good on the talk and when I am lu Â¬ bricated with good old cake I can meditate and expatiate on tariff and free coinage all day The next day wo packed our things and started for White Water and as we left I gave a long look at the cabin and wished I could spend my life in that quiet place away from the commotion that population brings I did not get to shoot a deer but when I sum it up Look at tho fun I had Charles Qill Oldham Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ AT COST AT COST R K MCLURE OFFHRS HIS ENTIRE STOCK OF Boots -- Shoes A-T Hats And Caps COST FOIR CLSHI We are not overstocked and not bouud to have money but deter- Â¬ mined to sell our customers goods as low as any one pretends to do or quit business This sale is not a few odds and ends or old stock or leaders that all know the price but our entire stock excepting Books Stationery Knives and Christmas Goods No use quot Â¬ ing prices you know wt at you have paid before come and see what you can buy for now A great many goods we will gladly sell cost at less than Some at one half price All goods exchanged and money re Â¬ funded if goods do not suit CHRISTMAS GOODS AND COMPLETE LARGE STOCK OF BOOKS ALBUMS BOOKLETS AND POEMS GEMS SUITABLE FOR USE Â¬ FUL PRESENTS RK McClureSt ClairSt Plants Bulbs Seeds Metal Designs aJ NO THOMPSON 261 WEST JEFFERSON STREET TELEGRAPH ORDERS FILLED DAY AND NIGHT TELEPHONE 1050 RING 2 John S Edwards I I l Dr Halos wondorful medicine Ilousohold Ointment will do in cases Last winter my of pneumonia mother who is 75 years of ago was sick unto death with pneumonia Both lungs wore badly Involved The attending physician said she must die As a last resort wo commoncod using your Dr Halos Ilousohold Ointmont applying it freely and thoroughly to tho chost keoplng tho lungs eovorod with hot flannels Sho soon began to improve and in twolvo hours tho crisis was passed and sho was out of danger and Is allvo and well to day Your groat remedy sav Â¬ John S Edwaudb ed her llfo Sworn and subscribed boforo mo Wm H H Tayiou Notary Public For salo at Carpenters South Sldo 2 Drug Store Oopporsinlth makos a WL Resetting spooialtv of fine work diamonds oto 2JU St Clair stroot 15 ly W L Coppersmith challenges parlson in workmanship on any 231 St Clair repairs In his lino oom- - Of Adams N Y makes the following ThnmHH mirnrn nf n f ftninnr lvnnvnil This Is to certify what I know your Rose Buds a Specialty DR Lat floral Designs liar you wriltttt t ma If you haven I wlidom Intelligent Jmlilllon iiifftit mi to uay i omin 70a mr eclal pertsnal 1 un tuition lertaks to briefly inch any flirty iieiugtiil periort f tllh r its wtm J B K WELLS now jeaPiWimiI SSCllflUlllII and of LoulsUlle located lit Ofllco and rooms at Oct ai am F RATSTKPOB KTT Kenon Hotel Robt B Franklin iiHt mmsm n iy WM CROMWELL L ATTORN AW lM u 5 who ifler InitruclUn will vtork Indue- tiiouily how to earn llueo Ilioii- - 3n mil a lilt and and LAWTEE EY-AT-- unj Dollars a llllm uhlri J funill n aLndlltr enihlnjiiient at fit w I VU HN VT ft A W - ankfort Ky REAL ESTATE AGENT PRACTICE IN THS COUIiTS OI Franklin and the adjoining counties and will alio irlTO ipclnl attention to the purohan and sale or real Mtate collection of v nU claim and tue vecotlatldn of loana 1un3M InlllJfturM ocluda to 1 am Hut amount charm iiolhintr and noth Â¬ ing ia IUC ceiiful at abort tiling illrnoult to learn or that tiiutli rtqulr il ilra but lima oik ji ron from acn uiiirmi ur county I hava al Â¬ ready Uujlil and Willi m uloyniiut a larga till Ii ou tan rrtIn unit lrolJd r street 46 ly C AIIUN Dec 5 ljr io Ill ar aili Allium- 1 ii - wmi u h w a II Ifvnn tl4rtlrnlara no further why no harm Ii dune AdJrett ijliiiiiiiuf hhu i Jlux 4VO Auiciuui aiiiluo t I WILL FOR TWO WEEKS SELL Vj No 7 Cook Stove wj J wire Gauze Door PLUMBING an iD- GAS - Steam Fitting Done on short notice and satisfaction guaranteed ilH jliit rtU J Job Work Solicited iiift CXC city and was a son of the late Harry Hardio He leaves one brother Mr We would be ureitly obliged lo the McKee Hardie pf Bellepoint and ministers and olfioer- oi chuichesin tin four sisters Mrs Judge Cleveland city if tlicy would furnish us with ny announcements which they ma wish of Galveston Texas Mrs W W Culbertson of Ashland Sister Mary made Vincent of Nazareth Academy and Hardie Letcher Mr Daraie preaches at Graefon Miss Margaret burg to morrow afternoon at 3 oclock of Bellepoint to mourn his loss - Religious at A Philosophers Opinion Baptist Ciiukch 930 in the chapel Public worship at Voltaire said to a beautiful young 11 and 730 conducted by Rev W 0 lady with whom he was dining Taylor the pastor Your rivals are the perfection of art you are the perfection of nature Southkun Presbyterian Chuiich t Thib could not have been said if the G Neville will occupy his young lady was suffering from dis- Â¬ Rev W pulpit to morrow at 11 oclock a m ease and pain had left its signs on the features Women who want to and 7 oclock p m keep beautiful and bo the perfection Favorite of nature Presbyterian Church The Prescription should use First to assist Nature when aid usual services to morrow at 11 a needed to correct irregularities conducted by circulation and digestion and therem and 730 p m rendering it soft Rev Wm 0 Young D D of Dan- by clear up the skin Pierces Favorite and beautiful Dr ville Prescription is the only medicine for womans peculiar ills sold through Episcopal Church Rev E A druggists and guaranteed to give satisfaction in every case or money Penick the rector will occupy refunded his pulpit at Ascension Church morning at 11 oclock and at Dangerously III 730 p m Mr B Stewart Gayle and wife Catholic Church The usual formerly of this city are both very services at the Church of the Good ill home in Columbus Ky at Shepherd to morrow will be con- Â¬ Mrs their Gayle was paralyzed some time W E Gorey ducted by Rev Father ago and her husband was recently the pastor The First mass at 8 a m second mass attacked with pnuemonia dangorous illness of her husband at 1030 a m Vespers at 3 p m doubtless caused Mrs Gayle to grow Methodist Church Rev H G worse Mrs J H Williamson of Henderson will preach this morn Â¬ this city sister of Mrs Gayle left ing at 11 oclock and in the even- Â¬ Tuesday for Columbus to attend her bedside ing at 730 Sunday school convenes at 930am CANT SLEEP NIGHTS The Epworth League will meet in the class room at 645 oclock p m Is the complaint of thousands suffer ing from Asthma Consumption Coughs yoa ever Christian Church Rev George Acknersetc Did Remedy It try Dr is the English Darsio will AH his pulpit at the best preparation known for all Lung Christian Church to morrow at Hand Troubles Sold on a positive guaran Â¬ tee at 25c and 50c 730 as usual 0 J W Gayle Druggist Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor will hold their weekly pray Garfield Club er meeting in the Lecture room at Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ then make a reduction from the bills of tho gas company for same Regarding the city taking charge of the new street which leads into the Midland depot tho matter was referred to streot committee John Crumbaugh has part of the public ste t inclosed by a pen at his residence on Holmes street but has a contract with the city providing that the pen may remain where it is so long as he and his wife live He offered to release the city from the contract if a pavement was laid on Re- the spot of ground enclosed ferred to street committee Marshal Williams reported that three small colored children the youngest only two years of age had been deserted by their father and were in misery and want on Arling Â¬ ton Heights Tho case of Mrs Peveler white who applied to the council for help was referred to tho charity com- Â¬ mittee The petition of Nancy Smith white asking help was referred to charity committee In regard to the sale of the Cove Spring property the water committee was empowered to sell same for not less than 4000 The following resolution was offered by Councilman Payne and was unanimously adopted by the council Resolved By the Board of Council men of the city of Frankfort that Judge Geo C Drane is hereby pointed and requested to act as the representative of thi city in the matter of the revision of city charters of the class to which this city belongs and ho is requested to meet with the delegates of the other cities of the same class and also represent this city before the State commissioners and before the committee of the General ABsemby and that the committee heretofore ap Â¬ pointed by the council be discharged from further service after the recent census taken is properly certified Provided also that fee allowed Judge Drano shall not exceed 100 The election of a councilman to nil out the unexpired term of the late Robt R Parsons wan then in order and Jno O Mastin was nominated and elected Agnes Morton colored whose husband was killed by Nev White an extra policeman pf the city of Frank- Â¬ fort was allowed four dollars per month for three months Â¬ Â¬ The price for all of the best grades of coal- - Pittsbuig Campbells Creek and Plymouth Raymond reduced to Call on Frankfort Elevator 12 cents 12 tf Coal Company For Sheriff 5 JEKFER3 Wear authorized to announce as 1 c11 dldate for Sheriff of Frankiu county MUjsct iu the Domodaic primary e ictlcn 14 te mmmtm mm Stockholders Meeting pHE ANNUAL MEFTING OF THE STOCK I holders of The truulcfnrt Water Company of Finkfort Kj for the election of flvo Direc tors u d he translation of other eorcrat bus nswuluoh d ut Its office In th city f Frnn fort on Thursday December 31s 1891 at 11 oMock m AH McCiPKK Dec 12 3t Secretary Nurseries FRUIT and coPYHicrnHsao ORNAMENTAL BLUEGRASS mild and gentle cleansing and regu- Â¬ lating of the whole system Sick Headache Bilious Headache Dizzi Â¬ ness Constipation Indigestion Bil Â¬ ious Attacks and all derangements of tho liver stomach and bowels aro promptly relieved and permanently cured Theyre the best Liver Pill over made Purely vegetable per Â¬ fectly harmless easiest to take and always fresh and reliable Gently aperient or strongly cathartic ac- Â¬ cording to size of dose one tiny Pellet for a dose Theyre tho smallest in size but tho most satisfactory in result Theyre tho cheapest pill you can buy because theyre guaranteed to givo satisfaction or your money is returned You only pay for the good you Can you ask more get Â¬ Goes right to the spot Dr Pierces Pleasant Pel lets They do tho right kind of work when they get there too No violence no unpleasantness but a ono of Â¬ TREES Vines and everything usually found in suck an establishment A full stock Prices Low Wo pay no ngenta Descriptive catalogues on application OF ALL KINDS Small Fruits Asparagus Grape H F HILLENMEYER LEXINGTON KY ct 10 3m Who has 1 Nationil Reputation for the Treatment of Clnonie and Nervous Diseases Treated over Ten lious- and Pitients in the State of Indiana Last Year I EX- - 7p m The Garfield Club will hold a meet- Â¬ ing this evening at 730 at Miles Nerve and Liver Anters hall All membors Sower re- Â¬ are Pills quested to attend W H Van Winkle Act on a now principle -- regulating Secretary the liver stomach and bowels though a Dr new discovery the nerves A Council Proceedings Miles Pills speedily cure biliousness bad taste torpid liver piles constipation Splendid for men women and Tho council met in regular semi Â¬ ohildron Smallest mildest surest monthly session Tuesday evening with 50 doses for 25 cents Samples free at President Staten in the chair and J W Gayles Frankfort Ky 45 ly the following business transacted rePotition from James F Doiley questing the council to grant him Got a Better Sit coffee house bar room license in the store room opposite house Mr J A Coons who has for twelve now occupied by the court dc Co Hermes Insur- Granted years past been a clerk in the Petition of Jones Bros asking a ance Bureau has tendered his resig of 20 on nation to take effect on the 1st of rebate for operating license charged machine them January to accept the position of Roferred to liconso committee shop Actuary of the Sun Life Insurance Potition of James W Woolfolk The position asking the council to grant him boor Company of America license on tho corner of Washington resigned pays him but eighteen and Clinton streets West End Re hundred a year whereas tho new ferred to license committee position has an annual salary of Ave Petition of MrB Ellen Brown ask thousand dollars attached and is not ing tho council to grant her mer chants liquor licenho for her store on dopondont upon politics tho extension ol Holmes street be yond tho prison Referred to liconso Died Suddenly committee Tho finance committoo reported Judge Harry Hardie was found favorably on tho petition of G W dead in his bed at 0 oclook yester Hall who asked 775 for a broken caused by obstructions in a day morning at tho homo of his uncle buggy street on tho South Sido principal Mr G Alex Robortson in Bollopoint The report was adopted and Mr Hall aged about 40 years Heart diseaso was allowed tho above amount Tho council adopted a resolution is supposed to have been tho cause directing the chief of polioe to take He was twioo elected police Judge an itomised account of all publio of Bollopoint and filled thatofilce street lamps which were not lighted Tho city will Ho was born in this according to contract for four years Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mr A B Davis of Davis Bros at is a great believer in the virturo of S S S He writes that he was afflicted with one of tho worst cases of blood poison known to tho human race and after going through quite a long treatment finally resorted to S S S and he is ho has firoud to say that disease been entire thoroughly and tho Ho eradicated from his system sends thanks to tho company for valuable discovery and sajs their that it is a God sond to the world For contagious blood poison S S S 1b truly a spocifio Very few cases have over resisted its ourativo prop Â¬ erties and no ono suffering from this disease or qther blood poison should neglect to givo it a fair trial Wo will mall a special treatment on con- Â¬ tagious blood poison to all who apply for it free Swift Specific Co Atlanta Ga A Areola VALUABLE DISCOVERY Miss J The Moat Successful Kcmcdy everdlscov crad as It Is certain In Its effects and does not blister Head proof below 1 L P Walter MD Kendalls Spavin Cure Itiformyoutliatlliavociiredtliufollovvliigillseasei HircoiipyHlioulder Joint luiiioueHMHtlllo Joint JumeuesHamnhoe ltoll onJiiiiiuucmh In working llll Jnliit fore Ifoot I liniucnoHH and will euro that all with Kendalls Spavin Cure It In tho host Liniment for manor bcastl havoeverusul I recommend It tooll liorso owners Horses Hint I have worked on are valuable I but without your Unlmeut would bo worthless have friends who used It for HprnliiH and HrulHUH and cured them They say It J tho best 12 Yours truly I S WELLS they over used Littlk Rock Ark Aug 26 9a Dn B J Kendall Co Oonts It Is with the greatest iiatlsf action that I Tho Celobrated Specialist mid President of tho bouthern Modlcil mid burglcal Institute Louisville Ky who has created such a sensation liwtnd utound Louisville by ourliiu diseases that lullled the medical fraternity of that city by special icquestof many patrons In and around our town will visit Frankfoit at the Capital Hotel December 5 1891 Pittaburg Plymouth Raymond and Campbells Creek Coal for Bale at 12 cents by Frankfort Elevntor Coal Co 12 tf Until 3 oclock p in One diy only Treats all Curable Medical and hurclcal Diseases Cross Kyes straightened with out Ialn Cancers cured without knife or Costlc Acute and Chronic Catarrh Diseases of the Eye Kur Nose Throat and Lungs Djspopsla Drlghts Jilsoase Dlabetls Kidneys Liver liladtler Chronic Female and Sexual Dlsetises lUILKPSY Oil FITS CUfiKD Young and middle aged men siuTerlng from Hpormato iheaand Impoteucy as the lesult of self abuse In jouth or excess In mature years and other causes producing some of the following elTects us emissions blotches debility nervous Â¬ ness dizziness confusion of Ideus aversion to society defective memory and sexual exhaustion which unlit the victim for business or marriage aro permanently cured by remedies not injurious BLOOD AND SKIN D13KA8K8 raySynhlllH mid complications us soro throat fulling of hulr pain In tho bones eruptions etc A Darbys Prophylactic Kendalls Spavin Cure 31 1889 1831 1 B l OrtlTIYK ItMIUNTKK Visto Colo Deo Use it in every sick room Will Dn I J KendallHonto Enosburgh Falls Vtt Co Kendalls dents la the year keep the atmosphere pure and Spavin Cure a llouo Hiuivl treatod witht ars stand n of su en y lurgo as buns eiftf and completely wholesome removing all bad odors ItiK nearly as lameness a and removed tho enlarge top nod tho motit Hao workod tho borso very hard ever from any source since be uover has shown any lamouess neither Will destroy all Disease Germs can I see any difference In the sizeFofBthe liooJc COOLKr Yours truly infection from all Fevers and all contagious diseases 1rlee 1 per bottle or alx bottles for S All druyylata have it or can aet it The eminent physician J Maribo to any ad or it I for you receipt will pricesent the proprle- on Sims of New York says by dreut on of am convinced that Prof Darbys DR B J KENDALL CO Prophylactic Fluid is a most valu Enosburgh Falls Vermont 21 able disinfectant Aug My Â¬ are perfectly oiadlcatod without using mercury or Gonorrhoea other Injurious drugs Oloot Stricture and all Urinary and Kidney Troubles an speedily cured by treatment tint has never failed lie uiiderstukes no Incurable entos but cures thousands given up uxllo Remember the date uud come earl as his rooms aro always crowded wherever he stops Correspondence solicited and conildentlal Address T11K SOUTHERN MED it SURO INST 610 6th St Louisville Ky Oct 17 1 r CONSULTATION FIWK WS 3Tall The largest assortment in town It is tho Highest We AH to Fleaso coun- dont make pleased Â¬ tenances with a brush but more effectively by the best of good promptness the lowes of prices and civility We do the finest and best tailoring We keep the largest stock of READY MADE OVERCOATS All prices from 5 and Winter Heavy Overcoats suitable for farmers 00 up to 2500 We keep only reliable goods Call and look at them xxxTJ3iS03r T nxjnvjrsminass Â¬ Â¬ olsssesXjXji flgKFQJl flMT C t J war between the Royal Baking Pow- Â¬ Mr Keeling Gaines and family der and its more or less feeble imita- Â¬ tors suggests tho pioture of a death after an absence of several years in grappol between an eagle and a Missouri have returned to their old neighborhood in this section to house fly reside Thoir many friends will be glad to welcome them back- Bald Knob Squire G W Hall has tho boss corn four shocks made six barrels Corn about all gathered F B Dodson bought of Franklin Tobacco stripping in progress Morris the blacksmith shop tools or less Mr W E Thompson sold 4 hhds and six acres of ground moresix hun Â¬ located in Bridgeport price 11 of tobacco on the 4th inst at 9 15 and 1675 Mr M Phillips sold dred and fifty dollars William Lyle has rented the black- Â¬ Mr 980 and 10 3 hhds at 440 Wm Allison has been offered 1250 smith shop for another year and agrees to work as cheap as the from the ground up at home cheapest Mrs S J Rodgers is still very ill at A large water melon was cut at R this writing H Wilmots store last Friday evening Mr Barry South was in our midst of which Elder Geo Darsie Geo last week speaking in behalf of the Payne Dr and Dick Orutcher with many others partook and it was pro- Â¬ TLU nounced as On December 6th 1891 Mrs pulled from sweet and juicy as if just Died the vine Nancy Allison She would have been MiBS Jennie Cunningham and neice She was 79 the 24th of this month born in Mercer county near Salvisa Miss Bolle of Clayvillage visited old Her father AbramPeynerson moved friends in this section last week Mr Omar Thomas returned from to Jefferson county Ind when she was 9 years old At the age of 18 Louisville a few days since where married Wm Allison and moved he had been to sell his crop of toshe to this county where she has lived bacco ever since She joined the Baptist The largest hog killed in this Church when 14 years of age since neighborhood weighed 920 lbs when she has been a strict member She leaves 7 children for 65 years Why IBont You Stop 48 great grand 49 grand ohildren and a hot of friends to Coughing before the children entire mu- Â¬ mourn her loss May they all live in membrane air pas the Banie faith and bo prepared to cous leading to lining the becomesÂ¬ the lungs say in tho last hour Blessed be thy sage inflamed as it surely will be from a name I await thy call cough neglected There is but one A Ten Dollar Gold Piece remedy that gives instant relief and cures quickly Dr Hales Household for a Cent Cough Cure cures every kind of cough from a simple cold to incipient Sometime ago a gentleman bet consumption 25 and 50c bottles at that if he stood at the corner of Carpenters South Side drug store 1 Broadway and Fourteenth street New York and offered gold Eagles to passers by for a cent each ho the Bucklens Arnica Salve The exwould find no purchasers The best salve in the world foi periment was tried and it turned out just as he said No one would Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt believe that the coins were genuine Rheum Fever Sores Tetter It seemed too good to be true An Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns offer is that made equally remarkable by tho proprietors of Dr Pierces and all Skin Eruptions and posi- Â¬ Discovery the tively cures Piles or no pay re- Â¬ Golden Medical sovereign cure for Consumption quired It is guaranteed to give Thinkof itl restoration to life and health for a mere song There iB not perfect satisfaction or money re a case of Lung sorofula in other funded Price 25 cents per box words Consumption that will not For sale by South Side drug store to it if it is taken in tirne It yield P H Carpenter 5 iy is the greatest blood purifier ever known and ia guaranteed to benefit or euro in all diseases of tho throat LOUISVIULE TOBACCO and lungs or money refunded Only MARKET curative properties extraordinary could warrant or sustain its makers FURNISHED BY OLOVER DURRETT in selling it thus on trial LOUIBVILL TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Sales on our market for the week Bridgeport just closed amount to 2606 hhds with receipts of 1517 for the same period Tho hog killing season is about Sales on our market since January over in this section 1st amount to 148346 hhds Sales of Tho prospect for wheat is not very the orop of 1800 on our markot to date Owing to so muoh dry 102805 hhds flattering Our oharao weather when first sowed it has not torizedmarket this woek wasnew hur- Â¬ by groat activity in much root consequently it cant ley tobacco Tho offerings of tho stand muoh freozing week embraced 1141 hhds of now Messrs Ed Sand ova and John hurley and the prices realized wore Folllce of Salvisia visited tho family highly satisfactory to sellers Tho range of valuus for fine new hurley of J W Sanders last Sunday 15 to 26 per hundred Lister Terry and Bistor Miss LIda was from Tho following quotations fairly visited tho family of Mr Nathan represent our markot for burloy Tribblo in Shelby county last week tobacco Mrs 0 M Jenkins and littlo son Trash dark or damaged 1 2 00 3 50 Hugh left for Louisvillo lost wook tobacco 3 00j 00 where they will rosido in tho futuro Oolory trash 50ii 4 00 Common lugs Bros Stevenson and Darslo wore Oolory lugs not oolory 3 50a 10 00 0 on time at their respective appoint Â¬ 5 00fii 8 00 ments last Sunday and tho deoision Commontoleaf leaf 12 00 7 ao good Modium was that they preached tho b ist ser Good to lino fillers 12 00 mons of the soasou Seleot or wrappory 22 00ffi 33 00 Prayer meeting at Mrs Cathnrino loaf v Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Carlins last Wednesday night and Special Announcement will bo held at J J Parrents next Wo have made arrangements with Moro than one of our contempora- Wednesday night These meetingsare interesting and a goodly num- Dr B J Kendall Co publishers of ries hnve alluded facetiously to tho veryattend ber not so many but what A Treatise on the Horse and his but There is no bakinrj powder war Diseases which will enable all our war of tho character indicated A there is room for moro certain baking powder achieved fame Mrs Rebecca Crockett and daugh- subscribers to obtain a copy of that because it was bettor than anything ter Samuolla and Mrs J J Parrent valuable work free by sending thoir that had previously been prepared visited the family of C H Parrent address enclosing a two cent stamp for mailing same to Dr B J Kenand because it was advertised in a at Elkhorn last Sunday JUnosburg Fall liberal original and judicious manMr John Webb and family who dall Co now recognized as Vt This standard ner The success of this powder led have resided in Bridgefort for Beveral book is to imitation as success always does years left for their future home in authority upon all diseases of the horse as its phenominal sale attests but to assert or imitate that there is Victovia Texas last week Not Much of a War HU0 HTa tWGtffcB Â¬ Â¬ na UU5dLNHUWT0FIM 15 R E S THIS CEISBRMID R1MEW KAS BSM USEO rfiTH SUCCESS pu e OLDS Thirty N TCRTHEUI5T20YEARS FOR SAIEFVERY WHERE over four million copies having been sold in the paRt ten years a sale never before reached by any publica- Â¬ tion in the same period of time We feel confident that our patrons will appreciate the work and be glad to avil themselves of this opportunity of obtaining a valuable book It is necessary that you mention this paper in sending for the Treat- Â¬ ise This offer will romain open for only a short time 4 o ONSUMPTI0NBtfflSsJSRafr Yeai s Experience i iniicy Ivctj aired of Responsible Pirf if fills Twei ty seenthUeulur fontmeiice Vlsli I riurnt n Sower Ahlers place will be head- Holiday Suarters for all kind of be lower tho price will 11 tf than ever before Duckers Farmers aie making a rush to house their corn a great deal of which is still in the field But little tobacco has been stripped Growers report tho crop as being of good quality and flno color The turkeys are having a jubilee Thanksgiving day has gone but poor fellows Christmas is close at hand and the slaughter will proceed Mrs Qranigan of Eminence is quite sick at the residence of her mother Mrs Sophie ODonnell Miss Emma Thompson is very ill but we are glad to know that her brother Dr B W Thompson has confident hopes of her recovery Miss Nannie Vanderventer of Mid Â¬ way and Mrs Plunket of Paynes Depot were visiting their parents at this place last week The marriage of Miss Willie Robb to Mr Shropshire of Lexington is announced for January 6th 1892 On Wednesday of last week Mr Ward True was married to Miss Lucinda Harrod Rabbit hunting turkey shooting dancing and serenading are all on the tapis so our young people are having a good time generally Miss Nannie B Gaines well known here and now a teaoher in tho Mission Southern Methodist at Hiroshima Japan writeB that on the 16th of October their splendid school building was destroyed by fire Miss Nannie teachers and pupils escaped with only their night clothing Building books furniture and everything of value save life was destroyed The Budhists were at tho time engaged in a high carvival in honor of tner idols and it was thought probable that they originated the fire Miss Nannie says tho Japs and foreigners seemed to vie with each other as to which should oxhibit They wero the greater generosity given olothing furniture money in deed everything necessary and the school goes on in another building Wo very muoh regret that Miss Nannie lost a largo collection of ouriosities which Bhe had gathered from time to time to bring baoktothe United States Â¬ pRi9iiiHKH SURGEON and SPECIALIST of Cincinnati O formerly Resi Â¬ dent Physician of the Phiiadeipuia General Hospital and Piiysician-in-Chako- k of lie Ohio Medical Institute has for thirty years devoted lm attention to the treatment of CHRONIC NERVOUS FEMALE AND SURGICAL DISEASES such no Bronchitis Catarrh Cough Rheumatism all diseases of the Stomach Bowels Rectum Liver Kidneys Bladder Sexual Organs Heart Nerves and Brain diseases of the Eyo and Ear Deformities etc HE WILL BE AT THE The well known BOO TMLAJ MW FRANKFORT KY WEDNESDAY DEO Anil every loimh week thereafter CAPITAL HOTEL 16 Bulldofus Oli What a Cough 022 Will you hood tho warning tho signal perhaps of tho sure approach of that more terrible disoaso Con Â¬ sumption Ask yourself if you can airord for tho sake of saving 50a to run tho risk and do nothing for it Wo know from oxporionoo that Shilohs Cure will euro your cough This oxplains why Itnovor failB moro than a Million Bottles woro past year It relieves croup sold the and whooping cough at onco Mothors do not bo without it For lamo back sldo or ohest uso Shilohs Sold by J W Porous Plaster Gaylk 37 His Twenty eighth Regular visit Consultation and Examinafop Fn Returning Every Fourth Week Thereafter CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION IS FREE and ho will promptly tell o nil about your disease and the prospects or a cure He undertake no incurable cases LADIES afflicted with any of the Us peculiar to their sex may consult him with per reel uutldetice and tue assurance of certain relief and permanent cure Their cases will receive that Itlnd and considerate attention which ull will appreciate Ills treatmonl always proves BatlRfaotory local treatment Is seldom uecoRsary Ovarian Tumors lu their eurllor stages cuied vlthout pain or Instrumental lute ference Sterility Is usually tho result ot carelessness or Ignorance It ou bo remedied Kpllepsy or Fits cured by n novcr falling treatraonU many cuses can bo cured Deafness rancor permanently removed from the most dellcato organs by our own piculla tnrthod littlo or no pain no loss of blood no kulfe or caustic the only positive cure Ktrlctnre Varicocele Hydrocele Npnrtuntorrhea aud all unnatural discharges peimuiioutly cured aiKNof all apes who suffer from Indlooretlons and excesses ylll benefit by our counsel and treatment If they observo certain sediments In the urine or Irritation of tho urinary TFfe restore all such cases oiyatiH thoy should consult us without delay Tli ulootor treats with unfailing success all forms ot Rectal DiHeitNe such as Pile Fistula Finn tiro and Ulceration of the Dowel by a mothod of his own discovery without pain or detention fiom business He guarantees all cases Early Interference Is considered tho best of Judgment In all cases and saves time 11101 ivy and health Tho success attained In the treatment of tho cases which ho makes his specialty Is truly pheiomennl Womlerliil GureM have been oflfootod lu old and difficult cases which have baffled the otlortuof all others As his rooms aro usually crowded It Is bettor to call early In the day to avoid being duayed Persons consulting him should bring from two to four ounces of their urine in a clean bottlo for examination Patients treated by majl or express but whou posslblo personal consultation 1b prefer able List of questions aent on application All Consultations TOonilonco and Casw Strictly Confidential Treatment Bint C 0 D to pn of tuu United H t u Canada Address with vostuge or reply Dv C H B0GMAN Boy 703 Cincinnati 0 - No goods sent on approval None charged CASH only buys them Listen to the Music 2- These prices for every day until this stock is sold Bring the CASH CRUTCHER STARKS STOCK D r 75000 CLOTHING SHOES HATS FURNISHINGS MARCHING ORDERS TO THE TUNE OF Startling Low Prices Mens and Boys Mens and Boys MWlMfe I UMTS Â¬ HOES We were tempted early in the 425 for all of our Ladies Fine season by reason of the splendid Shoes sold for 5 and 6 crop prospects to place large or3 for Ladies Fine Kid Shoes ders with the manufacturers in the that sold for 350 and 4 East for Shoes Our Clothing 225 for Ladies Kid Shoes that buyer made his second trip These prices will send sorrow sold for 275 to the other small dealers but joy 375 Mens Suits former prices 8 to New York to attend the great 165 for Ladies Kid and Goat Auction Sale of Fechheimer Good Shoes that sold for 2 and225 to the fortunate buyers 9 and 10 cut to 5 6 and 7 kind 1 Co s stock of the finest for Ladies Kid and Grain Shoes that sold for 125 and 680 Mens Fine Suits sold at 12 Clothing ever sold in America 4 for Mens Warm Overcoats and was 18 135- sold for 36 and 650 20 and 25 cut to under the hammer 15 tempted by the very LOW 18 8 12 10 15 and PRICES and in plain English 650 for Mens Medium and Mr Eu overbought himselt Cash Only Gets Them For Lightweight Overcoats sold banks our shoe buyer did the 20c for Mens Fine Scarfs Tecks 10 and 12 same thing runs and 4 in hands greatest for 400 pairs Mens Fine Z3303TS The late season close monev 550 Sewed Shoes bargains you ever saw worth that sold for Hand market double 975 for Mens Overcoats sold 175 Boys Short Pant Suits 4 to matters and dull times have helped 650 and 7 none for 1250 and 1350 4 for Mens Fine Calf Shoes that 45c for Tecks Puffs and 3 14 years sold for 250 to you pay 75c for else sold for 5 all go at 175 and 2 where 2 for 300 pairs Mens Calf Shoes Meltons 12 for Mens Kerseys that sold for 250 and 275 200 Boys Short Pant Suits sold 75c buys Fine Scaifs worth 1 c sold for 15 and 1650 for 5 6 and 750 cut to 4 of which is we have double the 1 for 500 pairs Mens Shoes that and r 25 we should have and it must stock and 5 sell everywhere for 1 35 I2yc for Mens Suspenders worth Kerseys move out This is your time now 15 for Finest Meltons anywhere 25c We begin to day and slaughter Beavers c sold for 20 and 150 Knee Pants cut to 50c for Mens Brown MixedHalf prices Shoes Clothing Hats and 22 nose boia lor 15c Boots Furnishings They all have march Â¬ 423 Jeans Pants best goods sold for Mens Fine Unlaundered for 125 18 for Finest Imported Chinchil150 and 175 cut ing orders We have but one obShirts sold the world over for ject in view get the CASH for That sold for 1 50 2 3 S3 50 to 1 and 125 sold for las and Fur Beavers 50 and 60c these goods and CASH is the 1 2 25 and cut to 25 50 25 40c for Mens Heavy Scotch Grey only thing that will get them Only Cash Gets Them Undershirts worth 75c 50c for Mens Camels Hair Shiits for Mens Ulsters that sold 750 Call for the suits from last season and Drawers usually pay 1 for ioand 1250 Carriage and Buggy Rugs A rctic Overshoes for them sold for 1850 cut to 10 1 for Mens Fine Natural Grey 22 Fine Chinchilla Ulsters were Fancy Plaids best values you ever 12 Japanese Goat Rugs felt Fleece lined Shirts and Drawers 1000 pairs cut to 75c 18 and 25 cut to 10 sold for saw about 125 of them left lined were 4 5 and 6 cut worth 1 50 2000 pairs Ladies Rubbers that and 15 CASH ONLY to 3 350 and 450 Great sell everywhere for 30c and 35c 25c for Mens Domet Shirts bargains CASH ONLY 75 Black Cheviot Suits were 10 worth 40c cut to 19c Our prices will convince you 1250 18 and 20 cut to 8 6 Fine Bear Skin Overcoats were 35c for Mens Domet Shirts 10 and 15 that we must have the cash Must have the CASH worth 60c 30 cut to 1850 OVERCOATS SUITS Sixits 250 Mens and Boys Caps that sold for 40c 50c and 75c cut to 25c 160 Mens Wool Hats sold for 50c 60c and 75c cut to 35c and 50c 1000 Nobby Stiff Hats sold for 1 50 2 2 50 3 and 3 50 cut to 99c 1 50 1 75 2 and 2 50 750 Crush Hats all go at 40c to 1 50 HATS Mens Fine Shoes Mens Furnishings Tlie Plain English Â¬ Eipp 1 8c Â¬ Â¬ 37c S2-75- Auction prices on FINE SUITS AND CRUTCHER Fourth Jefferson LOUISVILLE I i STARKS Main Street FRANKFORT I Bargains Bargains All over our house Buy OVER J your Holiday presents NOW ti