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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ifiXliki fWv The GEO A ft KAMFORT EomfDABOUT A LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance NO VOL XYII l FRANKFORT KY SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 30 1808 Council v frV r b o- - - - i g tto f m iv Jjjy fe v s W HARTSTEINS IWFjfttr SktiP -- Parker to attend and occupy a box at the Opera Mouse Saturday Wuh llio Way Zack White Cut MEETING ADJOUKNE night Chm Milam had the inviWill ItllcrH Throat Tuesday Sept 26 93 tation lead a second time ancl by All the members of thc council unanimous consent the ibove Saturday night a difficult occurred between two negroes Zack were present except Councilman gentlemen were tendered a vote of thanks White an ex convict and Will Gray The property of Mrs Jerry The council then adjourned Riley a brick moulder in the cm in Downing was ordered listed in her until last night Co ploy of Messrs Cryer which White used a knife with name instead of the name of Mr Rcglstmtion and Election Offi Â¬ It seems that Jerry Downing deadly effect cers Petition was received from Thos White Kad been making his home with a woman by the name of Brightwell for a grocery license on The following gentlemen have Referred to been appointed officers of the annu- Â¬ East Main street Cynthia Thomas who lives at the foot of High street near the Fort license committee al registration which will be held in Petition of F M Caldwell ask- Â¬ this city pn Tuesday next OctoHill and Riley had been paying the woman some attention which ing a reduction ou his rent for the ber 3d aroused Whites jealousy and on ground on which the Blue Booth Voglers Store M H P Wil Referred to bridge Hams going to the house Saturday night is located Sr and R H Gaylc he found Riley and the woman committee Judges W S Saffell Clerk Henry Penn of color appeared She went gate standing at the Bridge John S Harrod and into the house at his approach and before the council and asked to be John Coleman Judges A B in a little while loud talking was placed on the pauper list at 3 per Hammond Clerk His prayer was granted lieard when some of the Thomas month Court House J W Dailey womans family went to the door and he was allowed the above and W P Hudson Sr Judges and found Riley lying upon the amount for this month and regu- A H McClure Clerk ground with his throat cut and larly hereafter Market House J E Kirtley Petition of citizens asking a re- and He several stabs in his face L Wells Judges John W lived only a few minutes after mission of the fine of Henry Milam Clerk White disappeared as soon as he Harris colored was referred to Gas House Lduis Wcitzel and committed the deed and has not the work house committee W N Heffncr Judges H K Mr George Huffman appeared Brawner since been heardof Clerk The murdered man lived in before the council and asked a reThese officers will also conduct The council the November election Louisville ancl bad been working bate on his taxes He was haing acted on the matter rehere but a short time Every citizen who expects to considered a quiet hard working fused to take further action in the cast his vote for city and county premises man officers in November must be regThe resolution directing James istered and shoujd make an effort Karls Cloror Root the new Blood 3urifior gives freshness and clear Heeney arid James Norrell to to do so pn Tuesday jr from ness to the Complexion and oures make new pavements on Shelby any cause he falls to have his name Consumption 25c 50c and 100 22 street north of Second was recorded on that day he will have For ale by W McKce Hardio read a second time and passed another chance on Tuesday the The ordinance in relation to the 10th on which day the city counj two water mains on the bridge was cil has ordered an additional regis read a second time and amended tion to be held requiring the company in conThe following are the officers sideration of the above grant to appointed to conduct the Novemfurnish water for four hydrants or ber election at the county prefountains The ordinance was re cincts ferred back to the joint committee Crutcher School House A G on bridge to be reported at the Jeffers and John Toppass judges next meeting W B Rohtimnn rlorl nnri Tnitr Mr Swigert moved that the wili for one week City Engineer have the Work ard Black sheriff V Forks 6f longer the hbuse hands make some needed French and H Elkhorn J judg C Greenup sale of repairs on the Ewing street bridge VV T B South clerk es and Adopted on the South Side Joe Holton sheriff Mr McClure moved that the Tiger Robert Church and T citizens having fences on the street J Wilson judges Joe P Pfeifer on Wilkinson street between Mero clerk and J T Lewis sheriff prices and the point of the hill be re- Peaks Mill Zach Church and last quired to move them within 10 J M Parker judges J C Jackdays Adopted son clerk and Ben Potndexter Mr J N Miles from the ordisheriff nance committee offered an ordiIkllepoint Job Smith and N nance requiring a number of peo I Mcpaniel judges Joe Hale ple to make new pavements on and clerk and W S Polsgrove sher the South Side within 30 days iff The ordinance was adopted Bald Knob John D Moore The same committee reported and Lcm Wentworth judges G in favor of having a number of clerk and R E Dea Regular price 72 and cents people repair their sidewalks on F Stigers kins sheriff Watch advertisement on the the South Side This ordinance Flat Creek Dennis Onan and ai riira f mtr tiftir was also adopted R R J A Hutchcrson judges The finance committee made a Blackaby clerk and Lewis A FALL AND WINTER report in relation to taxin rebates Harrod sheriff which was- concurred by the Uridgeport P C Towles and council and- - they were granted J J Parrent judges Wilder Du- further time on several matters puy clerk and William Jackson It will be large handsome and The ordinance in relation to the sheriff desirable Electric Street Railway Company Cedar Run M D Averill and was postponed until the next Logan Smith judges George S p meeting T B E Green clerk ancl James Tichenor Mr J E Miles moved that the saloon license of Fielding Lewis sheriff Adopted be revoked For lame back or for a pain in tho sido or olioflt try saturating a piece October the 10th was fixed as of flannel with Ohamborlains Pain the day for the additional regis Balm and binding it onto tho affected parts This troatmout will euro an tration for the city election ordinary caHo in ono or two days euros rheumatism The Mayor and Council received Pain Balm also for Halo by NO 319 MAIN STKEET NEAR STATE 60 oont bottles J W an invitation from Messrs Bercaw liaylo NATIONAL HANK Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ VROM BAH TO BAR Proceedings Rpl Powder Baking ABSOLUTELY PURE MAKE THE BRIDGE FREE A Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Report Public Meeting Monday to Consider the Matter -- Â¬ The citizens of the city and county are requested to meet at the Court house at 2 oclock Mon day afternoon to take action in N regard to making the L Railroad bridge free from toll It is understood that the railroad company is willing to allow the bridge to be floored by the coun ty if it wishes to make it a free bridge and the object of the meeting is to devise means to raise the money necessary to de Everyone in fray the expense terested should attend Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rate card or dining table The stays and stand also fold up and are stowed away in the box whe camp is broken Dr Baxter will probably take out a patent on the arrangement as soon as he gets a camp dining outfit made to fit in the box conveniently Â¬ Elected Representatives At the meeting of the Capital Lodge No 6 I O O F heM on Monday evening Past Grands W R Bridgeford C W Mer- Â¬ chant and C A Nelson were elected delegates to represent the Lodge in the Grand Lodge of Kentucky which meets in Lexing- Â¬ ton on Tuesday week O uS Â¬ Â¬ Handy as a Pocket in a Shirt Dr W E ive genius and can make almost His latest any thing he desires contrivance is a combination box and table for the use of fishing and camping parties Jt is made of five boards hinged together which fold around two end pieceand are held in position by a sei its of hooks and screweyes forming a box two feet long by nine inch es broad ancl six inches deep which can be carried in the hand by means of a shawl strap or will fit under the scat of a buggy Six tin plates half a dozen tin coffee cups coffee pot and numerous other articles can be packed away in it and when camp is reached and every thing unpacked the folding parts of ihc box are un hooked from the end pieces spread out iron stays placed across them and hooked down so as to render them rigid The stays in turn are screwed to the stand of a music rack and the box becomes a first Â¬ Rogers i t Baxter is an invent Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ that terrible diseuse Dyspepsia He states that ho was entirely cured by Dr Hales Household Tea and can now eat anything This greatest xSPV Of Adams N Y ato nothing but dry braad for three years on account of Â¬ medicine known is sold at 26 and 50 cenfj per package at OarpkntbiVs S drug fltore hi SSSgjyJSJ J 4 Given Away XU UUit UUSTUJUJSKS w k Â¬ HURTSTEINS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ F I continue Â¬ Â¬ t u il CALICO weeks 1000 yards at At Â¬ Â¬ 4 CENTS 1500 yards at Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 6 CENTS - No body adrer tisos that his blood medicine doesnt As amount to much Thoyra all of them th bait But theras only one ot them that good enough to uarantee and hat is Dr Fierce Golden Medical Dincovorv With that if it fails to bouefit or cure in any case you have your money back Its a medidna that cures in all disease caused by a torpid liver or impure blood Ita not like tho anapai illac which claim to do good in March April and Hay All the year round with equal benefit it cleanses invigorates and builds up the entire system If youre bilious run down or dyspeptic or suffering from any blood taint or disorder thats the medio no you need For the worn forms of Scrofula and in the most stubborn Skin and Scalp Diseases such as Salt rheum Tetter Eczema Erysipelas and all kindred ailments nothing can equal it aa a perfect and permanent remedy Sold by dealers in medicines the world over p Rnlirf IM RnnHanVQ I I Cnliri Hat Tahlae uunu uun iuuiuui Solid Oak Music Rack Ask for a CARD when you are making your purchases 4 o crs stock DRY GOODS r CLOAKS 1 I ft t t H i G MATTEE3J 3KCE- - AND NOTIONS Is the InroQot onri Phoanoot LBIgOl UIIU UIIUUfJUOL In Frankfort 3 11 I Â¬ Plitmiita 334 MAIN STREET 5 GALL AND WRU7P1 SEE THEM irnnnnRll F FRANKFORT O j Srpt 231111 MBBmmWmSSESL ft 2 T Tsr nmi i PJBKSOOSTAIi H W tf fit Fair Mr Clarence Kendall hnB returned from Chicago Mr T B Newman has returned from Ohicago Mrs Dan Meagher went to Louis- Â¬ ville on Tuesday Mr M A Collins returned Satur day from Chicago Mies Nellie Orbison has returned from Ashoville N 0 Mrs James Blackburn jr has re Â¬ turned to Washington Mrs 11 Morris has returned from weeks visit to Ohicago Mr 11 H Ingram of Louisville was in this city Sunday Mrs Bniley of Eminence is th guest of Mrs J E Miles Miss Nellie Orbison has returned from a visit to Louisville Mr Henry Hale loft Wednesday to attend school tit Danville Miss Kate Overton of Newport is visiting Miss Kate Green Dr W H Wathen of Louisville was in the city Friday last Mrs W H Jeffries left Saturday to visit relations in Louisville Miss Margaret Carroll of Lexing Â¬ ton is visiting friends here Mr B Todd Crutcher returned Sunday evening from Ohicago Ex Gov S B Buckner of Hart county was in the city yesterday Mrs Ghas E Haff returned Monday evening from Peru New York Mrs Julia T Thompson is home from a visit to relatives in Newport Mrs Joseph Lewis and daughter of Missouri are visiting relatives here Mr Owen Furrleft Thursday morn- Â¬ ing for a second trip to the Worlds Â¬ Mr John E Milos wont to Nioholas vlllo Thursday afternoon on busi Â¬ ness Col For Safe on Terms to Suit the Times to Jiouft ville spont several days in the city J Stoddard Johnston of Louis Â¬ j i sort I ht1 r iLiy 6wt this week Mr J W Gayle and wife returnod Sunday morning from a trip to the Uifi i iviilu 1 Worlds Fair Mr J W Marksbury formerly of this city has removed to Louisvillo and commenced the study of law Mr Chapman Coleman Secretary of the American Legation at Berlin Germany is visiting relatives in this city Mr John B Lindsey and daughter Miss Lillian and Miss Fannie Hen- drick left Thursday afternoon for Ohi- Â¬ p o Property of W BnrldKeford and llenry Ahler 4 4UieU i kicit i M7t w Pi ft s - 8 ft SOtt 60ft 50ft 4916ft 4916ft iOUtt a MTTRiRtATr It is on one of the highest points in the city It is near the river and on new electric street car line Water and gas in front of the property For terms call on the Flint Hill Missouri are visiting Mrs Ls sister Mrs J C Morton on Shel by street Mr Geo cago Mrs Anna Lowis and daughter of Location is first class Â¬ tv 1 Mr George Browder returned Wed- Â¬ nesday from a trip to the Worlds Fair Rev H G Henderson and wife ft Mr Hawthorn Hill of New York arrived this week to join his wife and twin boys Hawthorn and Henry who have been spending the summer with Mrsi Hills parents Dr and Mrs Frank Richardson went to the N J Sawyier Mr and Mrs Hill Worlds Fair Monday night returned home Wednesday by way of Mrs Omar Wilson and Bon Master Ohicago where they propose to so Harry left Wednesday for their journ a few days to visit the Worlds Fair home in Washington City Miss Lizzie Rodman went to Chica- Â¬ go Tuesday She will visit her sister Mrs II 0 Mallory Mrs Caswell Bennett and Mrs Â¬ returned Tuesday evening from the Worlds Fair Mrs E E Hume and sister Mies Gertie South went to the Worlds Fair Fair Monday H Watson and family have moved into the house on Shelby street receHtly rented from Judge Oraddock Mr William 11 Cromwell and wife of Lexington came down yesterday to attend the funeral of his uncle the late A W Cromwell Mr W J Chinn jr and Miss Nol lie Chinn returned homo Thursday from Waukesha Wisconsin We are glad to bo able to stato that the for- Â¬ mer is much improved in health Miss Pattie Graham entertained her young friends at the residence of her father corner of Campbell and Logan streetsWednesday evening in honor of Miss Bessie Plaster of Louisville Capt Sam M Swigert Troop F Sixth U S Cavalry and family who have been stationed at Fort Leaven- Â¬ worth Kansas for several years are visiting relatives here It is the Captains first visit to his old home in seven years Mr and Mrs Jas H Graham Miss Esther Graham Masters Pruett Gra Â¬ ham and Will Pruett Misses Julia McOlure Ellen and Mary Todd Julia Hardie Annie Lizzie and Mayme Crutcher and Lizzio Hudson returned Wednesday from a visit to the Worlds Â¬ XT AuK19 3m O-O-Zn- ILOUISVILiIiE TOBACCO MAR Â¬ tKaaMBBRHBMKBHmmaitmmmitmmmmtm0mBmmmmmumimMmmmmmmm I IQTTOKILES Sr mrmnini KET FURNISHED BY OLOVJ5U A DURRETT LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE SaleB on our market for the woek just closed amount to 2628 hhds with receipts lor tho same period or 2027 hhds Sales on our market since Jan Â¬ iiinfTTMiiIlMlliUVuTllIIIIMnilfltt uary lBt amount to 101601 hhds Sales i iT tlliUltl lllmtll II in iiiiiiioic a of the crop of 1892 on our market to mm t t mm ft y1 fcTVS M mmiJBrA jfj ri II JV IH KT u date amount to 103650 hhds this n b raErftJHftEsara rauuasrosfeHM i The offerings of burley tobacco have M YjikiJW laaj been large again this week and the market has eased off some on the common grades but good to fine leaf We intend keeping goods moving if good goods and low prices wilt is being well maintained at the ad- Â¬ do it We are daily receiving vance recently reported The grow Â¬ ing crop is being materially benefit ted in many sections by the recent rains The following quotations fairly rep Â¬ Â¬ suno resent our market for burley to- Â¬ bacco 1892 crop sticid Trash dark or damaged 3 50 4 00 tobacco cSCC cSCC cSCC- 6 00 4 35 Common Colory trash Medium to good colory On September 30 we receive our first consignment of Oysters and 7 00 6 00 trash will keep nothing but best goods regularly in stock 6 00 Common lugs not colory 4 00 6 00g 7 60 Common Colory lugs Medium to good colory 8 50 7 50 lugs 9 00 Common to medium loaf 8 00 12 00 9 00 Medium to good leaf 16 00 12 00 Good to fine leaf Select or wrappery THE SOUTH SIDE GROCER 16 00 26 00 tobacco esb ka a rJmmjz mwirHrj ratf 1 w-rv-TDBT771 IW J At HTresli 0 oods rencih Peas Olires Oli ve Oilr and aaad sparagus Ed DbwasliroomB Pine apple Cream Olieese IESespectfUll3r 1 JAS HEEITET JACOB SWIGERT CO 101 AND 102 ANN STREET A Grout Idea ff v- I Mr William Bailey of Eminence who has been visiting friends in this city will return home to day Mrs GeorgeJ Darsio and Misses Annie and Emily Thomas returned Wednosday from Chicago Mr J B Montgomery of Jellico Tennessee has been visiting his mother in thir Jcitj this week Mrs Oleugh Overton of Louisville arrived in the city Wednesday and is the guest ofMiss Kate Green Messrs J W Shipman and 0 Gran Graham returned Monday from their trip to the Worlds Fair Dr John JjStewart and Mr Will Ramsey of Owingsville left jfpx Ohicago Thursday oveningfor a ten days trip Mrs A Moyer of this city had her pension increased this week as the dispatches from Washington City announced Messrs John and Lewis Harvie are home from an extended sojourn at Clifton Springs N Y They are quartered at the Capital Hotel Mrs Agnes H McOlure returned Saturday from Hopkinsvillo where she has been spending the summer with her daughter Mrs Walter Kelly-Judge returns Gardner State In- Â¬ spector has rented Judge Craddocks vacant house on Shelby street and will bring his familj here from Eliza bethtown next week Mr Jos Robinson and wife and Mr W J Hughesjleavo Tuesday for Eureka Springs Arkansas Mr and Mrs Robinson will visit relatives in Texas before their return Mrs Will Dorsoy and her sister Mies Florence Stanton were in the oity this woek from Lagrange visit Â¬ ing their mother Mrs Henry T Stanton They returnod home Wed nesday Dr W E Baxter and Messrs Jae MoAuliffe Richard Apperson and D H Sinclair left Thursday for the Worlds Fair Mr Sinolair will ex Â¬ tend his trip to New York before he Â¬ W H Williams A L Young Louellus We desire to say to our citizens Zook Jas Si When calling for these letters say that for years we have been selling H7ILLE Dr Kings New Discovery fo advertised J M Safpell P M Tho quick and direct route from Consumption Dr Kings New Life Pills Bucklens Arnica Salve Pusturuge And Electric Bitters and have Louisville to Arkansas and Texas One hundred and fifty milts I have plenty of fresh grass and never handled remedies that sell water one and a fourth as well or that have given such good We do not SHORTEST TO LHTLEK0CK miles from Frankfort upon which universal satisfaction 1 will take a limited number of hesitate to guarantee them every And the only route For terms apply to me at time and we stand ready to re Â¬ cattle Weston Union Telegraph office fund the purchase price if satis WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS factory results do not follow tkeir Frankfort If you are going to einlcratc to use These remedies have won Chas Newton their great popularity purely on Sept 30 tf Sherman Dallas Fort Worth Hall Marion Johnson D D That is what the people say about the excursion over the Ken tucky Midland to the Worlds Fair October the 5th On October the 5th the Ken- Have Reknoved tucky Midland Railway in connection with the Qieen Crescent ON MAIN STEET TO Wm 4 Routes will run special and Advertised Letters at Frankfort Pullman sleepers from Paris and Frankfort to Chicago also day Kentucky coaches to accommodate those who Basement nf the Capital HntcL Below will be found a list of adver do not desire slecpers The fare tised letters for tho week ending for the round trip will be only B6The3 will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a September 30 1893 900 from rnnkfort and Stamp- short time Anderson Daniel Lucas Caroline ing Ground and fig 35 from Paris Long James Acorn Sarah and allow passengers to return at Lambert Mary Barrett J li any time within fifteen days after Kid Red MounBurgess Mack I Sclentlflo Americas departure Bawman Stanley Train leaves Paris at tain Agenoy for Moris Luizia Bayette Wm To reduce your weight SUREIX use WlllnrdB 4 p m and ranlcfort at 340 p No month Obesity Pills and lose 15 pounds Bristow Wm M McGinnis Bell m at riving in Chicago at 7 a m No Interference with busi Injury to tho health Camles A Mauer Mrs E J - NO STARVING They build ness or pleasureNo change of cars Carpenter B C Narrow Louisa up and Improve the general Health beautify the Lucy complexion and leave NO WRINKLES M Coleman J D Nicholas The great Worlds Fair will Anderson 84 Auburn street Cambridge Mass Coalman Lucy Pater Willie w r writes Three bottles of your Obesity Pills re Â¬ close October the 31st and every 1 thw CAVEATS Parsell Jonas E Carter Mary duced my weight from 225 pounds to 190 and I TRADE MARK one who can should take advao never felt better In all my life I am muchCollins Mona Park Luther DE8IQN PATENTS leased with the result and shall do all I can to E Coleman Marga Rogers Jas take ot the through train the great elp you Our patrons Include Physicians COPYRIGHTS ato Ready Mrs J W modern convenience ret Our Bankers Lawyers und leaders of Society For Information and free Handbook write to CO- - m Broadway njcw Tone goods are not sold In drug stores all orders are MUNN Diamond Prof Smith Mahala patents in America bureau for Price For further information apply to Oldest patent takenoecurtns us is brought before supplied direct from our ofllce 500 byper pack Thompson Agnes Coovert Wm Krery out by mall pre age 200 or three packages for the pabllo by noUoe glroa froo of charge In tba Fritch Clara Threlkeld Mrs O agents of this company or address sealed 4 cts ALL CORRES paid Particulars PONDENCE CONFIDENTIAL W Frasher Jas Tickets on sale at Crutcher Scientific Thompson John Edyson Mrs CO BOSTON MISS WILLARD FitzhughMary B Triplet Bosie Largest circulation of any iclentlflo paper la the ApIS Gm Goodali Beseio Talles Pusy C D Bercaw Bplendldly illustrated No Intelligent world man ahould bo without It Weekly 300 a WaBh JK Jlanon Israel G P A cart 160 x months Address MUMN OO J pmmhittth 361 Uroadnay Mow York City Hiny J W Woodward L O Â¬ Â¬ From the Batzel Building Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ J A FAT PEOPLE 11 Â¬ fc ja mmwm - Â¬ Â¬ A m Â¬ mmiw Mm Haydon James K 11 HE SLEEPING VIA CM BIG F0UK B0UTE Worlds Fair X Â¬ Wanted A lady education teach in must be old i their merits For sale by 1 P H Carpenter Druggist im For Malaria Liver Trou- who has a good English TO St liOUlB and can teach music to a private family She N R R offers round The L not less than 22 years trip tickets to St Louis at one and Apply to one third fare September 30th to James Goins Tickets October 7th inclusive Millville Ky will be made good to return until 11 - October 10 on account of Fair DOWNS IRON BITTERS bleorIndigestionuse and Exposition H 3 Logsdon Agent especially Wo all love comfort when traveling and what a great comfort it is to be able to take Bleeping car at your own home whiob runB right through to Ohicago with Â¬ out change and lands passengers at the Entrance Gate to the worlds Fair without change or transfer of anv kind How can this be accom- Â¬ Why simply by askinjr plished Austin or Houston local agent for tickets via the Sour This is the Route which is absolutely the only lino running through Bleep- Â¬ CHEAPEST AND BEST ROUTE ing cars in connection with the B T Orescent G By and Queen V Route direct to the Worlds Fair No change of cars to Grounds and landing passengers con Â¬ venient to the Worlds Fair Hotel Montgomery Mobile Memphis Distriot Through Sleeping Oar leaves Macon 1115 a m Atlanta 210 and New Orleans m Rome 455 p ra Ohattanooga 25 p m and arrives Chicago 515 p Jfor further Information address m Ask for tiokets via the Big Four Routo and for further information C P fllMIE address E O McOormick General Passenger Agent Oinoinnati LOUISVILLB XINTUCKT GPTA A iM I 1 3 f il GEEAT REDUCTION IB IT TERLING SILYEE s Â¬ V t price of Sterling Silver is lower than it ever has been Our advice is to buy now We have the cream of Silverware We handle more Silverware than any other house in the city all standard makes plated and sterling We are now showing our FALL STOCK including many little noyelties that make useful and ornamental presents Remember we always carry a complete stock of Watches Diamonds and Â¬ W M fr Jewelry nvc Ileal Estate Transfers Mrs Mary ONeil has sold her s elbert ITrajn lsifort vnr jfew 4feep Je weleic KentuLclcsr W 9 jNcaring JjecHtown Â¬ Aiot place near the Feeble Minded Institute to Miss Mary Ashmore for The property 6250 in cash contains about thirty five acres all within the city limits and is beau- Â¬ tifully located commanding an exThe tensive view of the city place was formerly owned by Miss Ashmores father the late W E Ashmore and she with her mother Mrs Letitia Ashmore and her sisters Mrs Alice New man and Miss Lucy Ashmore intends to make it her home Mrs ONeill has purchased a farm of one hundred acres from Mr Richard Fogg near Jetts Station where she will reside in future Miss Mary Ashmore has bought frorn Mr John Canty a lot fronting fifty feet on the Versailles pike Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ft r n ior S500 t Heady to Turn Over The business of the Deputy Collectors office has been gotten in perfect trim to turn over to Mr Ben T Farmer to day and he can start in with a clear track be fore him The collections for the month of September the last Col L P Tarlton will make amounting to 9437850 were sent in yesterday and he retires to private life again Â¬ walk on tho street in company wit any one Does it jusc happen so 01 have you a reason for it Tee snid her friend I have t reason for it and a very good one Jfy lungs ure a trifle weak and my Â¬ throat is very sensitive and I used U notice that after I had been out on tb menced next week street chatting for any length of fciini I suffered serious inconvenience fra Frosty Morning some hours at least I began to reflect on the subiect and soon satisfied my The cool weather this week has self that the dust from the strtBt af caught many of the tobacco fected me unpleasantly and the more J growers unprepared for it Frost I thought about it the better satisfied became there was really an exeelleni formed in the low ground Tues- Â¬ reason for keeping the mouth closed day night so heavy that the print while on tho street The air is necesof pulverized animal and of the hand could be made in it sarily full matter which is constant vegetable Wednesday morning but did boing drawn in with the breath Ii any disease germs are floating about little damage one is much more sure of keeping then out of the system if the mouth il Andersons Jolly Old Chums closed Nature has provided the nos or Two Old Cronies up to trils as a sort of screen through which tho larger particles of dust cannot Da to readily paw New York Ledger The construction force are get ing along nicely with the electric railroad The rails have been laid beyond the Mission Church on the Lewis Ferry pike and the road will be completed as far as the O F C and Carlisle distilleries in a few days The foundation of the power house is nearly completed and the brick work will be com- why yoa always go out to do jroor rands yourself said a rather inquis Itive lady to her friend I know yon have a bright sociable disposition bat I have observed that you never invlti anybody to go shopping and rarolj Wont yon pfwuw tell me tb mas FALL 5 WHITE OF-- BOOTS SHOES -- HATS CAPS GmL I MM We have the best goods the largest stock and prices are right Flue Goods it 1 W was as well success Dan Mason and Dan Kelly are represented in this city as the fine whose the Jolly Old Chums silverware jewelry and watch misfortunes are numerous and the business is by M A Selbert our many side splitting mishaps that citizens would have no room to occur to them forms the hub read Turn over the leaf in your manual complain of not being able to find around which the wheel of comedy you will tlnd ray answwr at the top of what they want Just step in whirls Sadie Stringham an ex the opposite page there and examine the elegant cellent character artist who es Ho seized his mauual and in tin sayed Mr Neil Burgess part in place indicated found a brief and stock on hand the County Fair one season is sharply formal lottor entitled the giddy blushing old maid whose From a yoUng lady to a gentleman Matrimonial frantic efforts to cause some one peremptorily refusing an offer of mar Miss Lizzie to love her form one of the most riage Clark Powell She was the possessor To well of this city and Mr Geo grotesquely ludicrous characters in suae manual Youths of a copy of ib Companion the entjre realm ol fnrce comedy W Clark of the county were Pretty girls and clever singers and Tho Color Question married at the residence of Mr dimcers form the balance of the Little boy Sterling 5 years old was Wm Burke in Versailles on company whose efforts must be recently having his hair done up for the night He was restless under tho oper Â¬ Thursday the 28th inst Rev seen to be appreciated This- is not the same company ation and his nurse tried to Interest him 1 Rout officiating by spoaking of the colored waiter who that played in Louisville had como that day Change of location He looks as neat as a now pin in his State of Ohio City or Tolbdo white jacket and apron said she Lucas County neat as Dr N P Stafford of Peaks Frank J Cboeney makes oath that newYes responded Sterling Washinga black pin Kato Fields Mill has purchased the O B he is the senior partner of tho Arm ton Cheney Co doing business of F Polsgrove farm on Flat Creek In the Jcity of Toledo county and State Tne value or and will remove therenext month aforesaid and that said firm will pay Ontario Jockey the parses given by theÂ¬ olub of Canada in the sum of one hundred dollars for for the purpose of practicing his each and every case of Catarrh that creased from 3780 in 1885 to 18779 in profession in that neighborhood can not be cured by the use of Halls 1891 Catarrh Cure During the season of 1801 the Frank J Cheney Sirius defeatod twenty five different The Modern Beauty Sworn to before mo and subscribed with records from 823 up Â¬ in my prosenco this 6th day of De ward on good food and sunshine cember A D 1886 Thrlvon A W GLEASON The French government spends 18 with plenty of exercise in tho open SEAL Notary Public 000000 per yoar on its publio highways sir Her form glows with health and but their horses draw a ton and a third hor Ace blooms with its beauty If Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter without trouble and aots her system needs tho cleansing action nallymuoous directly upon tho blood In Belgium Germany and Italy where and surface of a laxative remody sho ubob the Send for testimonials of the systom tho roads aro kept good one horse can froe gentle and pleasant liquid laxative F J CHENEY CO Toledo 0 do as much service as three in the bad Sold by all druggists 75oonta road districts of America Syrup of Pigs 1 If every line of trade A new version of an old success will open the season at the Opera House Saturday night Sept 30 The piece is described as a musical farce comedy extravaganza and is said to be beyond the fate of ligitimatc criticism but constructed solely for the purpose of creating laughter and to cause the people to imagine that life is worth living It is a whirl wind of fun from first to last and sends the audience home satisfied with having been greatly amused As a cure for insomnia it is a great Â¬ Complete tetter Writers Manuals of correspondence or com plete letter writers are dangerous thing to depend upon Not many years agq a young man who wished to win tlj hand of a young lady pondered louj over the proper and most effective waj of addressing ther At last ho found in a mauual iJ tfOinowhat wide circulation a form fo a letter which pleased him very much It seemed to express his sentiment ei actly The letter bore the title From a young gentleman to young lady making an ardent but dig nified offer of marrage He copied out the letter signed it wifb bis name and Mat it to the lady After soma days of anxious waiting he received a letter the superscription and postmark of which indicated surely that it came from the young lady U tore open the envelope eagerly and Â¬ Â¬ To our many county friends we would say dont lay in your winter stock of goods until you have looked At our goods We know what you need have the goods and will please you Â¬ Â¬ R K MCLURE SbMPLB SOH VB VV A Iff TV or removing Stomps and Uocki Jfor Juarrj men and Well diggers Safe eailtr handled and cheap For full Information lad orlc addreai ORTPR1TH LOUtsyiLLEjKY Mar 18 lj - Queen Crescent Route Finest Trains in the South m Through Cars toChicago without change from New Orleans Meridian Birmingham Chat tanooga Jacksonville Fla Atlanta Macon Lexington and Georgetown Ky Choice of routes via Cincinnati or via Louisville Stop overs allowed on all Worlds Fair tickets at Chattanooga Louisville Indianapolis or Cincinnati For further information as to Rates Car Service Sleeping Car Reservations etc call on or address any agent of the Queen 4 Crescent Route or E T V A G Ry W C RlNEARSONG P A Cincinnati O Â¬ c Â¬ THROUGH CARS TO CHICAGO FfiANKFORT KOGNDABOUT JCntcrcd nt tlio post oMco us second elans nmlliible matter at Frankfort Kentucky GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT SEPTEMBER no 1891 The funeral took place from his late residence yesterday afternoon at three oclock and the remains were interred in the cemetery here Swinging Around tho Circle Or thp diseases to which It Is Adapted with tho gppfEq x J L RODMAN SOIT x r ANOTHlfltt OIj Mr A AV oyu OITIZKK Cromwell Moots With nn Accident Which Causes His Death K r ftv Monday afternoon Mr A VV Cromwell vvhb lived on the Ver- Â¬ sailles pike drove over to h is N railroad farm on the L about a mile and a half west of the city and while walking about n the place where some work men were about to open a quarry kc stepped upon a slick stone lost his footing and fell breaking the bone of his left thigh near the Thinking he was not kip joint much hurt he got a colored man to assist him into his road car and drove home Just before he reached his gate he met a neigh- Â¬ bor and asked him to go home with him and help him out but when the attempt was nude to remove him from the vehicle it was ecessary to place him upon a sheet obtain other assistance and any him into the house Dr S E James was summoned and reduced the fracture and Mr Crom- Â¬ well seemed to be doing well as ke suffered no pain and it was koped that his splendid constitution would pull him through not Â¬ host results Hostellers Stomtch Hitters ti family medicine compiPhenslw In Its scope hns never been thrust upon public intention In the guise ot ti universal paiiacen for bodily dnliy nrrognted in the Ills This claim columns of the dully press bytha propiletow of medicines fnr Inferior to It us specltlcs tins In a thousand Instincts dNuttd the public In advance by Its absurdity nnd the prospects of other remedies of superior qualities linve been handicapped by the pretentions ot their tut thn American worthless predecessors people know beciuse thoy linvo verltled tin met by tho most trying tests thnt tho Bitters possesses tho virtues of a rail specltlu In wises of malarial and Iler disorder coistlpatton nervous rheumntlc stomuoli and klduev trouble What It does It does thoroughly und mainly for this reason it is Indorsed and recom Â¬ mended by hosts of resiectnbe meolcal men THAN Best Indigo Blue Calico Best Colored Calico Good Canton Flannel Good Bed Ticking Yard Wide Brown Cotton Yard Wide Bleached Cotton -- EVERi 5 cents 5 cents 5 cents Both the method und results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanseB tho sys 1 n 10 cents if Â¬ Circuit Court On Monday the criminal docket was again taken up and Otto Schmidt who stole an overcoat from Kagins restaurant was given Â¬ one year in the penitentiary Harry Minor the negro who broke into Chus Hahns grocery on the Versailles pike received a two years sentence in the pen The trial of the case of Ed Spalding charged with rape was commenced Mondav but was not concluded until Tuesday morning and when given to the jury they failed to agree charge with John Kinkead assault upon his brother Tom was fined 2250 which he will work out in the work house unless able to replevy Charles Dailcy for assaulting his wife was fined 50 Â¬ tem effectually dispels colds head aehiS aud fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the This is the lowest price ever made on these goods A large stock of only remedy ot its kind ever pro Dry Goods cheaper than ever known Iticed pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach prompt in c 7 its action nnd truly beneficial m its Soil 3Mim eflbets preparctl only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have mado it the most Â¬ Good Comfort cents 95 cents -- 5 cents 5 - - Sx I BODMAK SOIT popular remedy known -- Syrup of Figs is for sale in 60c and SI bottles by all leading druggists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SAN FRANCISCO CAL W McKEE HARDIE DRUGGIST Â¬ Â¬ HALLS OLD STAND FRANKFORT KY LOtltSVIUC Y NEW YORK Nt We keep a full line of DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES And cordiallv ask our friends to give us a call Â¬ K r sv r withstanding his age but on Wed Hesday it became apparent that ments In concluding their labors the shock had caused paralysis of they made the following report the bowels and that there was no The grand jury in session at the hope He lingered until Thurs- September term ol the Franklin day morning about 5 oclock County Circuit Court being abuut when he passed away so gently to adjourn desire to make the following reports to Ins honor that those who watched by his the judge presiding side were not aware he was dying VVe have dilligetitly inquired in until almost his last breath to all cases of violations of law The deceased was born in Fay such as have been brought to our ette county in March 1813 and notice and have Irom time to time returned such indictments as tue consequently was in his 81st year evidence in each lespectivc case His youth was spent upon his would seem to justify We desire furthermore to say fathers farm near Grccndale but in early manhood he went to that we believe the County of A Good Thing to Keep on Hand Lexington and leaned the carpen- Franklin and City of Frankfort From tlw Troy Kansas Chief have lost none of their former pres ters trade and worked for fifteen tige as the hospitable and Intel Some years ago we wero very much spells of cholera years with the late John McMur lectual center of this great Com subject to severe when we feel any morbus and now During his momvealtn and that as try of that city of tho symptoms that usually pre ceed that ailment such as sickness at citizens we stand a community residence in Lexington he was diarrhoea etc wo be whose record will compare lavor the stomach We have found Cham come scary married to Miss Attnie McClar ably with any city or community berlains Colic Cholera nnd Diarrbooa who died in a few years leaving of the State Komedy the very thing to straighten one always him three children only one of We also report that we have keep out in such cases nnd writing it about Wo are not whom a daughter lived to be visited the jaii and find it in order this as a pay testimonial but to let grown and she too preceded kept by its present keeper a man our readers know what iB a good in the discharge of thing to keep handy in the house For sale by J W Gnyle him to the grave some twenty conscientious his duties years ago We find the county offices have Fok Sale on Rknt My dwelling After the death of his wife he been undergoing repairs retouched house on Ann street tf J T Buckley came to this county to reside and with paint and all the surroundcommenced arming which busi- ing of the court house in a neat The Ninety Days Out ness he continued to the time of and tasty condition which to gether with the street railway It will be ninety days to morrow his death Shortly after remov electric light plant electric motor since the Legislature adjourned ing to this county he was again power new railroad and county married to Miss Sidney Jett with bridges give evidence of renewed and all the laws passed by that the emergency whom he enjoyed more than life since the vexed capital re- body without moval question has been forever clause go into effect the seperate thirty years of happy wedded life settled coach law being the most imporShe died in May 1892 The We haVe also visited the workThe prominent fruit of this marriage was four house and find it in as neat condi- tant of the lot children Mr William Cromwell tion as the character of the in- colored people of the State have been making exetensivc preparaand Misses Florence and Lou B mates would reasonably permit We also visited the State Peni- tions to fight the law and the Cromwell of this county and tentiary of which the Sinking question of its legality will be Mr John Cromwell of Joliet Fund Commissioners are now the Illinois who together with two factotum and find it in its usual taken to the Court of Appeals as Able counsel sisters and two brothers Mrs neat condition The prisoners ac soon as possible Carrie Jett of this city Mr M wcii lea witn gooa wnoiesome has been retained to look after We found but few sick in the matter in the courts H romwell of this county food Mrs N A Montague of Inde and Mr pendence Missouri Oliver Cromwell of California survive to mourn his loss He was of a gentle amiable disposition strictly honest and upright in his dealings a kind and affectionate husband and father and a good citizen For nearly thirty years he had been a member of the Christian Church The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder No Ammonia No Alntn and has reaped the Christians Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard reward AprillMV Â¬ The grand jury adjourned Tuesday after finding forty one indict- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ the hospital which speaks well for its sanitarv condition We rejoice to know that ar rangements are being perfected whereby this large force of idlers are to be put to work so as to make this institution for the pun ishment of crime self sustaining thereby lifting the heavy burden of iocoo per month it takes to sustain it from the already bur dened lax payers We believe that the management of this insti tution should no longer be in the Innds of politicians but that the Stale s inteiests would be better subserved by having a commission of men business discreet not politicians appointed by the Governor or selected by the Legislature All of which in this somewhat lengthy report we respectfully submit Wash inoton Ckutchkk Foreman Â¬ Â¬ W McKEE HARDIE Jan 21 1 C t L GAYLE NOW IS THE TIME TO CKET SrOTTIEB Hyacinths JNarcissis -- Â¬ f Â¬ Chinese Sacred Lillies Roman Hyacinths Facias and Calla Lillies For TX7iziter Bloom Â¬ Â¬ p law-abidin- g O WEH IN- - Â¬ Â¬ HANNEN ffi HUHScTi DEALERS Â¬ Wagons C arriages Â¬ Buggies MANUFACTURERS OF and I Â¬ Farming Implements Hand Made Harness and Horse Goods INTfcT Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 232 SaiE3EIX- - Â¬ Â¬ C Lawn Mowers K Â¬ Friends I stand at the HEAD for Hardware an on LAWN MOWERS I PRICES Lead The Market 2 Xnclx 03I 2vZ03T -L- fipalllBaking USsiPowder e 40G 5001 JLJ V Or -j- rnimmLm jJwdm J--L- S3 323 3BKOI3Ts7 Sr Street- - mmmmm fa- jTiiirn 7tFTyT - 3rv7T t grinr 5 1 YUU V OUR magnificent new stock of ready made clothing If not you should do so by all means before buying It will not pay you to buy your clothing before seeing us because we have the newest stock the best stock and the cheapest stock to select from We want your trade and we intend to make it to your advantage to buy from us by selling you the best goods at low prices Come and see us and take a look at our goods We will take pleasure in showing them to you whether you buy or not and assure you we will treat you right in every- - respect Hudson FRANKFORT SEPTEMBER 30 1883 Al JLAJL DR kJ JLJLJL I JLj0 Cassell JJ J Lfcj-- 3 FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT the art of representing intelligibly JJirtluluy Party Saturday on his fourth birthday John VanDervcer Walcutt gave a party to his little friends at Windy Side the home of his parents Mr and Mrs D B There were fifty chilWalcutt dren and half as many nurses and mothers present to enjoy the afternoon which was spent in all kinds of outdoor and indoor amusements The children were then taken to the dinning room and seated at kindergarten tables at at which they ate heartily of the refreshments prepared for them Before the guests departed for their homes they were place in a group in front of the house and photoqraphed by Mr W S Saf lell The bright happy faces of the little ones made a beautiful picture which as a souvenir will long serve to recall the hospitable little host and the entertainment Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Hl V Ra T A Great Benefactor 1- 5- W w K lf W w r ffl fj w ri6 r sf u Educators iiro certainly the greatest benefactors of tlu nic and aflor retidinK Dr Franklin Miles1 7opular works we cannot help de claring nim to be among- the immt entertaining and educating of au Â¬ Â¬ thors -- New York Daily He is not a stranger to our readors as his ad Â¬ vertisements appear in our coIuuuip in every issue calling attention to the fact that this elegant work on Nervous and Heart Disease is dis tributed free by our enterprising druggist J W Oayle Trial bottles of Dr Miles Nervine are given away also a book of testimonials showing that it is unequalled for nervous prostration neaaacne poor memory Sent 23 U neuralgia levers dizziness Bieepiettsnesu u hysteria fits epilepsy Instruction may be given in two ways by putting knowledge -Manual Training into the mind and by drawing The When a mechanic attempts to knowledge from the mind AND judicious teacher of manual train Â¬ teach he tries to have his pupil acquire skill in handling tools ing will use both these processes HOGSHEAD FACTORY and information as to the material oavim special attention to the he works upon paying no atten- Â¬ drawing out process The draw Â¬ tion to the principles upon which ing out process permits the pupil PURCHASED THE PLANING MILL tobacco hogshead the tool is constructed nor to first to tell what he knows about HAVING Bros I am prepared factory of Messrs to furnhh Congletoi those involved in the use of a tool the subject under consideration nor to the mental effect of the second to find out all he can Dooiia SASH BLINDS use of a tool upon the one using from friends from books and HUMES from experiment conducted under SHINGLES it Even when thus favored if Ue TDHNED WORK STAIR WORK were to take a course in a Nor- the supervision of the teacher school his effort to teach Lastly the teacher should commal 1N AIX KINDS Of municate such knowledge as is would be much more effective To insure success in manual adapted to the pupil and is ap Factory ono and a training requires that the teacher propriatiate to the subject art well aa tobucco hotheads Our next article will contain a half blocks from Pent Ufllcoon Is river rroiit knows the action of the human solicited A share of public patronage R0H0ATE This he can acquire only lesson given on presenting a tool Sept2 ly mind special study of for the first time to a class 6f by making a By observing the action young pupils mind TO BE CONTINUED of his own mind as well as th JOHN actions of the minds of others a The rrxsrs teacher may learn much will be study of mental activity more valuable to him if pursued under the direction of a competent Without such special teacher Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ by means of drawing the form of PERSONS INDEBTED TO BEN FHALL To the object to be constructed deceased are hereby notified to come and settlo samp at once and all creditors of said Hall give the pupil a comprehensive OF CINCINNAT lO will he at me are notified to present their claims to me proven grasp of things surrounding him as required by law J 11 SWITZEn the teacher must have a more FHOEJSTIS HQTJEXi Sept 16 Ct Administrator comprehensive grasp of those The Direct and Popular Line te things Now through lack of IN LEXINGTON KY time the teacher can not teach all he knows to his pupils therefore Saturday October 14 1893 he must be able to select from the HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without surglca great mass of constructive prob- operation and with little or no pain are a formidable trip yet the weak lems such as are the best to use person frequently has to meet nil of REEERENCES tiom at once How can he overcome in arranging a course of exercises W McKce Hardlo Frankfort Ky The answer is with our Compound J A Scott Frankfort Ky Oxtoen and ours only The count which shall be coherent logical Dr E M Gober Frankfort Kj And all Points NORTH and WEST less demonstrations of 23 years war T Stuten Frankfort Ky and which shall produce the de V Bcrberlch Frankfort h rant this reply Our treatmentlsnvailable forborne Rev P Hulett Benson Ky sired mental effect The powers A II LMcUlure Frankfort Kj use neither need your occupation b o The value of thaw Vestibuled Trains Interfered with of the mind are to be stimulated W J nughes Frankfort Ky features Is obvious What about your David Mooro BenBon Ky need Abookof explanation and proof cultivated developed strength- Jna M Wlthrow Frunkfoit Ky Dining Car Services Js yours to consider If asked for now is the cenened Mental power PALEN Drs STARKEY office and residence Is at 259 DB KELLEYS Palace Chair Cars West Eighth street Cincinnati undwliero ho may ter of the target toward which the be found every day of each week except SATUR Dec24 ly 1629 Arch Street Philadelphia PaJ true teacher aims in every study DAYS Pamphlets describing these diseases Pullman Buffet Sleepers the mode included in the school curriculum andaddressing of treatment sent free to any one W I KELLEY MD by Eight St Cincinnati 0 259 Another essential qualification And Only First Classs Accommodations CONSULTATION FREE of the teacher is familiarity with For Further Information Address the methods of teaching The EXCURSION methods of teaching are two in S L Srjant C P A VGCrueUFA number and may be classed as LOUISVILLE KY method of culture or the way to ft mind and method of develop OR instruction or the way to put AND knowledge into the mind These Jiis Burlier G P A Chicago III Louisville Southern R methods are not separable in practice they are interdepen From stations North of Somerset uml Knst or Lawrencoburg Inclusive dent Mental power is developed Midland Instruction through instruction OCTOBER 5 1893 in former days almost entirely SnortstanduulcKest between ignored the practical To day the GOING VIA practical is made use of along CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT the Die nil route Nuuim with the theoretical as an educaOnly direct line betnen The manual train tional factor ing department is the complement and Paris LOWEST RATES Frankfort Car Georgetown A fence rail is a of the school OF THE SEASON lisle Uysrille Cynthiana Fal Â¬ valuable assistant in lifting a wheel Call on agents for lull particular a rut when the wagon is from mouth and Covington Arithmetic and geogra Â¬ stuck W C RlNEAltfON GenI Passr Agent Cincinnati 0 FOB TICKETS VIA KY ASK JilDLAND phy cultivate mind and lurnish it This gives them with instruction their high value as educational TRAIHS HUH S CENTRAL STANDARD TIME W KELLEY NOTICE Work Worry MONGN ROUTE Â¬ and Disease CHICAGO Â¬ Â¬ T Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ V7 WORLDS FAIR p mm- - m Kentucky By in -- One Fare for tlie Eauufl Trip TO TIME TABLE MAY27 18K3 M PLANING HILL Lexington THE Ky Lv Lv Lv Lv I A TIUIN3EAST Lv Frankfort Lv Summit Lv Elkhorn A I No HlNo 8 1 I I P K No 7 700 70C Queen AND Crescent Route Dura 11 Jomi8on Georgetown Ky from C S Depot Will c II tickets to Lexington Iouitville and all points in LV Newtown Cincinnati Lv Centrevllle Kentucky and Tennessee October 6th to Lv Elizabeth Ar Paris 14th at rate ol LvSwltzer Lv stamping Ground 11 LOUISVILLE SOUTHERN R R 711 718 729 736 742 749 75S U8 0 PA I 820 630 No 2 I 8M 340 346 352 400 411 418 424 431 460 502 510 510 526 1245 1255 110 125 145 155 205 220 245 305 320 330 345 ONE FARE FOR THE ROUND TRIP Account of Trotting Meeting of the TRAINS WK8T 1 v Â¬ E7 Troiiisg Hopsq Breedsrs Assn Tickets good to return October Call on W Finisb For a House Ar Centervllle Ar Newtown Ar U S Depot Ar Georgetown Ar Elizabeth farut MIPKI tMIPM No 4 lNo8No12 Ui bM T 16 915 9S0 B 1010 1017 1023 1030 1042 ia4U 1066 1105 U28 949 600 604 612 636 641 648 665 7 aso 749 463 443 421 6 6th RINEAHSON Oeiil PaBsr Agt Cincinnati nonts for particulars C 0 Ar lonniion Ar Duvall Ar Stamping Ground Ar Swltzer Ar Klknom Ar Summit A Ar Frankfort aos ai2 R3S OS 715 721 7S0 a 62 906 916 925 DRIMOLI L N TIME TABLE in A connects with 14N B connects with Q 4 C and L S C connectswlth K C s 8 imm w- The following time table ia now N road Sect upon the L TBAIMS Effective May 27th and during the summer th following Sunday schedule will be U effect SUNDAY TRAINS 5 leaves Frankfort 745 a m No Georgetown 840 arrives at Paris 9 15 a ni 31eavesFrnnkrort340p m Georgetown 460 25 p m arrives at Paris 5 Wkst No 6 leaves Purls 930 a m GeorgeÂ¬ m No 4 town 10 05 arrives Frankfort leaves Paris 060 p in Georgetown 630 arrives WEST Liquor Jjlerchant 2b6 HR01DWAY K t training the teacher of manual vflFts vn fiorail Ol training can have no higher aim ETWM than that of the skillful mechanic He is teacher in name only for i VJV i i Lrl the reason that such knowledge is HI tffnm -w one of the most essential qualifiwwww a Actf- lr iajii Anagreeablo Loxatlvo and NKIIVE TONIC cations of a teacher Bold by Druggists or sent by mall 26c60o Besides this qualification the and 3100 per package Samples free tOOTS TOTDtt teacher must be intimately ac- - BTO WA for tho Teeth ndnrMtKMo LU NU The Favorite quainted with the art of construct- - For hv W McKee Hardie ing in various materials and of jnw iT halls old stand Â¬ ffOOT No28VftveBFrnnkfort No 17 letwea Frankfort No 21 leaves Frankfort No lOlenten Frankfort TBAiNBBABT 785 035 305 550 pm pm am a m Â¬ East No A full llnw of pure Anderson county whiskies ulues brandies etc opposite State House April lVtt lli6a Ho 80 mixed train fort I ati w Henry Showalter PUBLIC AUCTIONEER Aug2Glm Fraukfort 443 pm Frankfort GH5 p v No24arriveBFrankfort 8 55 p m No 22 oaves Fraukfort and No 20 will Btop at Anohorag No 18 leaves No 20 leaves 1 leaves Frank c 00 n m 1015 a m at Frankfort 730 p m The Kentucky Midland Railway and connec Â¬ tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all points north Bouth east and west For further Information apply to their agents E B WEITZEL 0 D DKRCAW City Tlket Agent Gen Pais Agt GEOB HARPER Geu Supt OhristiuuBbnrjr pnsaongors for for Loxington and points beyond Nob 23 17 and 21 oonnoot at Lagraage for Oiuoiunati Nor 2H and 21 conntot BloomfUld Braaoh at AnohoraK fr cuted at this office Job work neatly exe Â¬ yAi j JtikmiKAttitiMMl HHnHoKil n fa I BHUH rtr 6 I rWrxxr V regraywmraEffuiiuiHMfp mh IlisawEaaESia Times Are Hard Save s ic b O 3 Exam e 8 53 u if Compare HOME MADE GOODS to lour Money CAN DO w S MY STEEL RANGE Is manufactured in Louisville Ky under my I instructions for Frankfort trade can save you from PS oa 3 E THIS T J B SS O o u w w M 2 20 tO 40 PER CENT be- Â¬ J If You are going to buy a Steel Range In the first cost Call and sec my line fore you buy 03HE N J District 5 6 7 uoxs H O l yrg sr W A GAINES REIilGIOUS Mkthodist Church There will Owen Co be preaching to morrow morning at District 1 C H Parrent Forks of O J Newton Stamping Ground 11 oclock and in the evening at 730 Scott Co Elkhorn by the pastor Rev H G Henderson Miss Dett Laughlin White Sulphur District 2 Miss Emma Herndon Scott Co Sunday school meets at 930 a m Bridgeport Miss Lelia Bartlett Bridgeport District 3 J O Porter Switzer The Epworth League will convene Miss Mattie Clark North Ploasure District 4 Miss Olla B Suttles in the class room at 7 oclock ville Henry Oo Benson Teachers of Franklin County for ISO and 1894 B Dooly Benson Miss Mollio Arnold Switzer Miss Lulie Pace Monterey L B MARSHALL L 6 MARHSALL CO Real Estate and Insurance Ags Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a Real estate bought sold or leased share of the insurance patronage A good line of both city and country property for sale at all times occupy his pulpit to raorrow at m and 730 p m First Presbyterian- Church Jetts District Rev J McOhisky Blayney DD will District - Miss Graco Murray A 11 a Rev W B Cooper will occupy the pulpit to morrow morning at 11 oclock No service at night - Southern PresbyterIan Church Episcopal Church Rev A C HensleyU S N will conduct the services in the chapel of Ascension Church to morrow morning at 11 oclock No night service Uatholic Church The usual arvicos at the Churoh of the Good fleld District 18 E H Juett Elmville Shepherd to morrow will be con- Â¬ District 19 ducted by Rev Father V E Gorey Graefensburg Miss Lizzie Magruder Shelby Co the pastor District 20 Mrs A V Jones FrankFigh mass at 8 a m low masB fort District 21 W M Wiley Saflell at 10 a m andvespers at 730 p m District 22 W W Oardwell Harvie Baptist Church Rev W C Tay- Â¬ land District 23 G D Fendley Bridge- Â¬ lor the pastor will conduct the usual port District 24 Miss Lizzie Flynn Swal services to morrow morning at 11 lowfield and at 730 pm District 25 Miss Annie Yarbrough Sunday school at 930 a m in the Frankfort hapel District 20 Miss Lucy Pattie Farm Â¬ land District 8 G D Hancock Grefens burg Shelby Co District 9 R E Taylor Forks of Elkhorn District 10 W M Hughes Pols grove District 11 W E Parrent Forks of Elkhorn Districts W C Guthrip Flag Fork District 13 J H Shipp Elmville District 14 R H Graham Frank- Â¬ fort District 15 Miss Mattie Sacrey Switzer District 16 Miss Aggie Webster Peaks Mill District 17 I H Calvert Swallow Garrett Reed Harvie J Huletto Tioga ford Co t James Grugin Elmville A N Hancock Elmville OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET L D Harrod Harp Miss Annie Reed Harvieland Alias lyrtio Reed Harvieland D G Wiley Harmony Owen Co Wm Waits Polsgrove Miss Etta Moberly Frankfort GARDEN FARM OF 121j ACHES WELL IM OF THREE ROOMS Miss Bonnie Hockensmith Frank Â¬ located A FRAME by COTTAGE on Shore small amount milesproved Franklort on a good turnpike road 3 street South A 150 feet lot DO fort from a a desirable party Miss Nettie H Walcutt Frankfort Side To could arrange towith 011 easy weekly sell ot cash payments Miss Virgie Nelson Frankfort Miss Eliza Spalding Frankfort FOR Miss May Bohannan Frankfort Miss Bena Plummer Stamping Ground Scott Co of COTTAGES ON THE alHREE located and In good SOUTH 8IDJ5 neighborhood Miss Bessie Hay don Frankfort fc50 or SAOOO cosh for all 550 750 and Prices assistant teacher Bridgeport v nvvvn vnn kaik twe niiFss wahhrv three This propertywould make a good Invest Â¬ Miss Eleanor H Irnes Frankfort W property at tho Folks of Elkhorn consist ment as It rents well and Is now paying 19 per Miss Florence Hiatt Bagdad Shel Â¬ ing or u two story frame residence of eight month Three desirable parties who can make rooms a Inune cottage ot six rooms ami a small cash payment can arrange to pay the by Co This property Is- - con balance in weekly Installments several vacant lots Miss Mamie MoEwing Frankfort trally located ami fs very desirable for either resiThos Hunter C S S dence or business property Miss Eslella Mansford Swallowfield Miss Mary Morris Midway Wood FOR Forks SAJLJ5L FOR SALJ SALE Elkhorn Â¬ 20000000 Stars -- BUILDING LOTS MEDIUM PRICED BUILDING dale vices by George Darsie the pastor 2 rooms each on North St Claslr street and one District 28 Miss Rachel Oromie 11 and 730 residence of six rooms on Morning aubjcct Frankfort Old Churns two story frame Cross and Campbell South Shelby Andersons Jolly street between Side District 29 Miss Fannie Dailey Salt Without Savor night subject This property It well located and would make u Swajlowfleld very desirable home The lot Is 40 by H00 feet The Smitten Rock The most enthusiastic audience TE HAVE A DESIRABLE COTTAGF OF FIT District 30 G T Graham Frank Â¬ Young Peoples Socioty of Ohris fort V rooms on Ulghvlew for sain This prop Â¬ ever known greeted the above erty has a lot 112 hylbJ teet and would make a tfen Bndeavor in the lecture room at District 31 R H Juett Elmville very desirable home company at Xenia last Saturday District 32 M B Dorten Flag Fork S0 FOR SALE District 33 T A Bramwell Peaks night The company as it always 100 BUILDING LOTS Mill does entered into the spirit and The New Collector Goes lu Â¬ HANDSOME SET OF BED ROOM FURNI District 34 W H Parrent Bridge- encore after encore was extended 1I turc 1 Bureau Olloe Table 1 Childs Bed OFFER FOR BALE A NUMBER OT port All to each and every one of them kwlll of the above articles are of eood otislltv nnri WE building lots on JWllklnson street at on Maj Thomas H Shelby the District 35 Miss Nannie Baker be sold cheap hundred dollars each Mr is indeed lucky in newly appointed Collector of this Frankfort 36 Gus Hancock Elmville using Anderson District such good judgment in district will take charge of the District 37 Miss Lizzie Hahn chosing such excellent casts They Frankfort office in Lexington to day He Ohio to District 38 Miss Lena Webster play in Middletown Peaks Mill morrow night Cincinnati Enhas appointed Mr Ben T Far- Â¬ District 39 Miss Biviau Lee Har quirer mer the stamp deputy in this city vieland Opera House September 30 District and instructed him to also take Harvieland40 Miss Florence Semones charge of the office this morning District 41 Miss Annie Magill Cant Ride on the Freight Mr Farmer will also be custodian Frankfort 42 Miss Ida Semoneo Har District After Septemcor 30 train No of the Government building and vieland District 43 Vardiman Moore Harp 30 East leaving Frankfort 6 a m as such will have the appointment District 44 Miss Maggie Downey will discontinue carrying passen of a janitor and laborer at the Frankfort 45 Miss Emma Roberts gers between Frankfort and Lex- Â¬ District H B LocJsdon ington building District 46 Same as District 18 47 M L Ohowing Aven Distriot Agent Strong Witnesses stoke Anderson Co Christian Church Regular ser Â¬ son District 27 Sylvester Hulette Ben- Â¬ deslrf to call special attention to the Bar- Â¬ Can be seen with a powerful telescope FOR SALE rett lots on Holmes street Two now residencesÂ¬ so are the The number is vast but hnve just ueeu completed on a part of this prop hoars of suffering of every woman erty and wo have one moro lot 50 by 200 feet which who belongs to the overworked GARDEN FARM OF FIVE ACRES WITH we will sell nt a bargain to some desirable party run down debilitated A residence of five rooms and other Improve who will build Immediately worn out ments at Thorn Hill This property will bo sold class Dr Pierces Favorite Prescrip Â¬ at a bargain Â¬ tion cures nausea indigestion bloating weak back nervous prostration debility and sleeplessness In fact it is the greatest of earthly boons to ROOMS OM COTTAGE FOR SALE AFRAME street South OF SEVENproperty is in women Refreshing sleep and relief Side This good repair and wearo authorized to rent U at from mental anxiety can be enjoyed 15 per month by those who take it TW0 3T0RY FRAME RESIDENCES OF NINE SITES WI F0RRENT at HIGHVlIC L B MARSHALL CO a Â¬ Fine Furniture u 8 Â¬ E 7 Araong the thousands of testimoni Â¬ als of cures by Dr Miles New Heart Cure is that of Nathan AHison a woll known citizen of Glen Roqk Pa who for years had shortness of breath sleeplessness pain in left side shoulders smothering spells etc one bottlo of Dr Miles New Heart Curo and one box ot Nerve and Liver Peter Jaquet Pills cured aim Salem N J is another witness who twenty years suffered with Heart Disease was pronounced incurable by physicians death stared him in tho face could not lie down for fear f smothering to death Immediately afior using the Mew Cure he felt bet Â¬ ter and oo old lie down and sleep all aight and Is mow a well maa The Now Cure is sold also a free book by COLORED District A Miss Mittie B Streets Bridgeport District B Mrs Sadie B Reid Bridgeport District F Andrew Peay Frank Â¬ fort District G Miss Maggie S Finnie District I O C Wakefield Frank Â¬ fort Distrist K R L Todd Frankfort District L Miss Eliza B Chase Frankfort District O Miss Mattie B Clay Switzer UNEMPLOYED Franklort Cures Consumption Congfa Croup Sore Throat Sold by all DrunUu on a Guarantee For a Lame Side Back or Chot Shlloha Porous Plaster will give great utltfactioa a cents m Shiloha Vitallzef SAVED itY LTFE I coiuidcrittlwbetlreinalyfaradtWUateasMttm For fewruwlcxoela Dvsrwpslft Liver or Kidnoy Price 75 ota troublo it SHILOHS VITALIZER Mrs T S Hawkins CbnttonooffRiTenn says COMPLETE STOCK Of all the Newest and Prettiest Patterns In order to make room for our large stock of Fall goods we will offer special H f J W Gayle 2 Alt dealorskcoti It SI por tattle Oonuinolm tradOiaark and crowed red lines on wrapper FOR DYSPEPSIA Indigestion and Stomach disorders take IIHOYVIVM IRON UITTBltS i Elkhorn assistant teacher W W Portor Elmville R M Porter Elmville Misi Deborah Parker Frankfort Miss Agnes Stivers Frankfort Miss Sadie E Tanner Frankfort Miss Sadie Grant Frankfort teach- na In fhn nlfv anhnnl Miss Jonnfo Goddard Forks of mLOHVlkCATARRH Have you Catarrh Try this Hornody ItwJU relieve and Cure you Prioo oo ota xnia in Â¬ jector for itsHUcocasf ul troatmontiifurnl3he4 u Iroe Bhflohs Hemodlos ore sold by ua on gnsrantoo to give satisfaction REMEDY For sale by W McKee Hardie Jan 28 lr HALLS OLD STANJj R ROGERS jj t ft LOW FELICKS SON M iAltiJfeiui SMEto i AitfiSlakfcJ srllr 91 7 7 1 And will defy competition both Preparatory to Changing Our Location EMlsMxr wsxr mflmU ZE4eir 7E WIX iXj DISPOSE OP OT7H STOCK OP in price and quality of goods MONEY We ask our friends to call before purchasing as we will make it to their interest and will SAVE THEM We enumerate below a few of the items we carry in stock W Mixed Paints Brushes G lass Oils Lime General Hardware and Wall Paper Harness Whips Leather Lead L Cement Plaster Salt Sash Doors Blinds Wagons Wagon Material Surreys Iron Roofing Sewer and Flue Pipe Powder Shot Shells Guns Wire c Cor Main and Lewis Streets Tlio Old Veterans Almost every ex Confederate soldier in this county attended the annual re union of the Orphan Brigade in Versailles Wednesday and Thursday and every one returned delighted with the treatment they received The attendance was much larger than usual and the entertainment all they could have wished for Every annual coming together of these grey haired veterans shows that many have crossed the dark river and that their ranks are being rapidly thinned Soon there will be but few left to tell the tale of their valor privation and suffer ing Â¬ Â¬ C E Consul Hunt M A COLLINS At The Seasons Olosn The Queen and Crescent Route Louisville Southern Division will run a Worlds Fair excursion to Chicago via Louisville and the O M and Big Four Route Thursday October 5th from all stations on the Louisville Southern as far west as Versailles and Har rodsburg inclusive except Mid way and Georgetown The rates are very low The excursion ia personally conducted Tickets good fifteen dayt for return Ask agents for rates and schedules W C Rinearson G P A Cincinnati Ohio Â¬ Â¬ Opposite the Farmers Bank H the schools Mississippi was remembered hand Â¬ somely to day in the distribution of favors tho nomination of Mr s Wil- Â¬ liam E Hnnt baring been made to tho Hong Kong consulate in Ohina This place pays with salary and fees close on 100U0 a year It has been Â¬ rilled by many distinguished men including within the past fifteen years Ool John S Mosby the famous Con- Â¬ Â¬ and ex Senator federate officer Withers of Virginia Mr Hunt ia a prominent Democrat and has taken an active interest in politics The above notice taken from the Appeal Avalanche will be read with Captain the utmoBt satisfaction Hunt was first notified of his good fortune by a telegram from Hon T O Cathings and the community of a Greenville was already apprised of Â¬ A Millions Friend the news While congratulating Cap tain Hunt his friends are constrained A friend in need is a friend indeed at the same time to compassion ard not less than one million people ate themselves for his loss Such have found just such a friend in Dr men are rare and their value is not Kings New Discover for Consump- Â¬ fully realized until is withdrawn tion Coughs and Colds If you have For many years Washington coun- Â¬ never used this Great Conch Medi ty has been accustomed to regard cine one trial will convince you that Captain Hunt as one of its leaders Attendance at tho Public it has wonderful curative powers in as a citizen and pnblio man whose all diseases of Throat Chest and Schools record is absolutely blameless as a Lungs Each bottle is guaranteed to whoBe standard of honor do all that is claimed or money Yesterday closed the first month gentleman been lowered an inch from bo refunded Trial bottles freewill at place and course Phil of the school year and the follow- Â¬ the highestlire is one forwhose men to Largo Carpenters Drug Store old in private 1 bottles 50c and 100 ing statistics of enrollment for the applaud and for youth to emulate The loss even temporarily of such a month are furnished by Prof Mc man is matter for public regret but S aHAN wuvo h I 3JOJS Snap Superinten- the place to winch ne is called is one Henry Rhoads the honor and emolument and recogniz- Â¬ pjS innoS u 3Woq jsd ig pue i dent ing hiB eminent worth and fitness sp oS oauj p3punp feuoui his friepds can forget selfish considWHITE SCHOOLS eration in the gratification of know Â¬ jo psaiuujcnS uopoBjspcs ajtij ing preferment has fallen upon one High School 122 oupajg Ax- uopsaS Greenville 113 so signally deserving Grades 633 Miss Times iptiT pun uojEdisuo3 oipcpKOH West End Capt Hunt is the son of the jo aano jcuj sjoasj jeutjjbj 47 U3A9jd pUB U19 late Mrs Prudence B Hunt of JJB OJnO SB 3A SB SAS 3l OAJjp JIJM UJOJJ EJJBrBJ 802 this city and his many warm Total 3jndiu Xq pssnBD suop pooiq Colored Schoools 424 friends here can heartily endorse oqyB jaqo puu uinoqT jug sjiog the above complimentary notices SSjdlUIJ SAOISJ UfAY SA3Up Total enrollment in City PUB JOAiq 3l JO S3SB3Sip JJB 3JI1D in one Schools 1226 He is a citizen that any State pSUltEp S may be proud of at any court JIM SJ3ig DJ4P3J3 This is an increase over last The mission to rjong Kong is an Bq TJB Op 04 p33UBiBn3 SI 3 pUB qsjxs ou ssop 3UJ0JP3UJ jajrid y year The manual training de- elegant one the capital u beauti- Â¬ 3SIBjd jo Suos OUIBS 3ii Suis partment is opening up all right ful English city where cultured sjotyg oup33 pssn 3AEi oqA for good work and all in all the TBIDSds OU p33U U0pU3Ul all the Governments JIV people of o sb jBindod os pUB uaou current year bids fair to be the reside pt Capt Hunt will be the os Suiiuooaq si Xpouisa suj most prosperous in 4he history of United of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- THE ROUNDABOUT THE PEOPLES PAPER Everybody takes it Everybody reads it Subscription Only 1 Per Year sjatr - -- Oeparthent of thi bet t in fh State and Xt ura prepared to tut Â¬ out on abort notioe Clark Strode t A A special dispatch from Winchester to the Louisville Times of Thursday announces the mar riage of Mr Vernon L Clark of this city to Miss Kate Strode of Clark county which will take place at Winchester on the 25th of October next The many friends of the groom who is one of the most popular young men who ever made this city their home as well as one of our most successful business men will congratulate him on his approaching happiness Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ the only representative States there Among the many callers upon the Captain to congratulate him upon his new honor was a Chinese lawyer in Greenville He spoke of the Island qnd the glowingly you will capital and concluded be one big man there Capt Hunt will sail for Hong Kong before long taking with him his accomplished daughter Miss Virginia as his secretary His wife and the younger children will spend the winter here with her mother Mrs Virginia Crittenden and follow him in the spring to s Hong Kong Do Tom Kmw - sjaijig ouoaig Specimen Cases S H Clifford of New Cassoll Wis was troubled with Neuralgia and Rheumatism hiB stomach was disor Â¬ dered his liver was afFooted to an alarming degree appetite fell away and he was terribly reduced in flesh and strength Throe bottles of Eleo trio Bitters cured him Edward Shepherd Harrodsburer 111 had a running sore on his leg of eigne years scanaing usea three bottles of Electric Bitters and seven boxes of Bucklens Arnica Salve and his leg is sound and well John Speaker Catawba O had five large fever sores on his leg dootors said he was incurable One bottle Elec trio Bitters and one box Bucklens Arnica Salve cured him entirely Sold by the South Side drug store p H Carpenter 3 V VA V 1 vv a 3 V xi -- XX Chesapeake Ohio Ry Tlie Trotting Mooting The meeting of the Franklin County Trotting Association held at the track of Mr R C Church Forks of Elkhorn on Tuesday was a very successful affair The attendance was good the races well contested and the time made very fair All three of the prizes offered by Hannen Hursey were captured by Messrs S Black Son they taking the flioo set of hand made harness with Antonia Wilkes time 233 the 50 set of harness with Benoni time 224 and the lap robe with Fulton time 238 That a large preeril f dfeifes ia NSW PHILADELPHIA WASHING Â¬ tms oouBtry are cauaea eetwumptiou and lung troablet A Mttle cold TON BOSTON neglected in the beginaiag often ter Â¬ id ill Eastern Ciiiei Every minates in coasumpiiett you cough yon increase time the trouble and a inflammation ia Shortest Line between LOUISVILLE LEXINGTON and EASTERN soon started which is difficult to Blank Books of all kinds gotten up in the highest style of POINTS control Thore is ome remedy that cures quickly every kind of cough Tlma card In affect Nov 1st 1992 the art Old Books and Music bound at lowest rates Job That is Dr Bales Household Cough AST HOUND Cure It is the beet Ave you not Lre Lexington Atlanta No 2J dally entitled to the best For sale at 26 Midland Kxprfcs No 2u dally 716ak Work of all kinds solicited Accom m ex and 50c a bottle at Carpbntxrs drug Veatlbuled Xxpress No 24 dally Sun 11 rfO a m 616 r tore 2 Jit Sterling Accom No 28 dally ex SunBsSOr m mi M BINDERY K- - street suitable Address M this office Main 52 For Rent A front room tf on for office TVX8T BOUND Buys a No 1 or 2 Rambler with non slipping corrugated tiros folly warranted Roberts agent 120 Arr Lexington Lexlnwon Accom No 27 dally xSun 8 00 a m Lou svllle Express No 21 dally m 12 46 Lexington Accom No 2SdallyexSuu4 1B r it p Veatlbuled Bxpress No 20 dally 616 r x Solid Veatlbuled Trains with Dining Cars Through Sleepers from Lexington t New Turk without change No Our transfers All work promptly executed and fienl Pass Ajt WMklnxton 1JLLBB AistQsalrui jit ClaslnaaTl 0 B RYAN satisfaction guaranteed JnVBillfiV-ti-- ttstf IisViifrtif fif iiWttary d iflViWZipTmr B3H5 Earn T5fVP dm lS w r We Are Ready JLJLJL Cii ulllfcllu Â¬ vl4 liT S Every inch of space in our immense establishment crowded with goods A grand line of suits hundreds of styles all wool for men boys and children ranging in price from 150 to 25 all the latest styles We bought for cash and defy competition 4 w u vl VI r IF v I MBli8P8j OVERCOATS V We have in stock now and will put on sale SATURDAY SEPT 16TH over 300 Overcoats from our Louis- Â¬ ville stock which was partially dam- Â¬ aged by water You will be surprised at the prices on these garments some i 40 and SO cents on the dollar Dont miss this rare opportuDity FURNISHINGS AND HATS BOOTS AND SHOES Â¬ Kl In this department we have an immense stck everything anything you can call for No house in the State can show a greater line all bought for cash and at panic prices All we ask is bring the cash WHtBBtBBJSBWWHBBBBBKBMKKHNM CruLtclaear STIEEl ZMT-A-XliT tSo 1 ittSlSSamstSSSteiJVZXtffi Zrarc33SZi3EffSy 23tcIKIS FiissTKFEKr asrsr Tho KVw South and tho Worlds VsmXtimtmamMbmto ft Mn V Uttlc Folks Party anrl Atnrtlm Fflrmcr twin daughters of Mr Ben T Farmer UhraKH thir fifth hirrhdav Monday afternoon by a party to which about fifty of their little The hours friends were invited Â¬ Communicated I I THE LAKE ROUTE TO THE WORLDS FAIR VIA PICTURESQUE MACKINAC Fair AX2f O UNCEAfENTS jl iVt JlMMr AOWiaaOOUt In your issue of September 4 - t r t r r 1 6 Â¬ k I fcrafaffiiaSSMtoe WknL County Superintendent Hunt- just been built for this Upper Lake route er visited our school last Wednes- costing 300000 each and are guaranteed and largest day and expressed himself very to be tuo grandest the Lakes safest 20 opeed fastest steamers on well satisfied with the progress of miles per hour running time between Cleveland Toledo and Chicago less than the chil- the schools were pleasantly spent by 50 hours Four trips per week between Well I think Superintendent Toledo Detroit Alpona Mackinac Petos dren in games after which cream Hunter is easily pleased There key and Chicago Dally trips between cake candy and fruit were served scholars in the district on Detroit and Cleveland during July and are will be main August double to them Appropriate presents as the 70 rolls and only 10 attend tained giving adaily service across Lalco daylight ride reminders of the happy occasion school Erie Dally Bervice between CleYelaml First class stateroom and Capt Will Tracy only called on were exchanged between the little accommodations and menu and exceed guests and their pretty hostesses twenty men to work the couniy Ingly low Round Trip Rates The pala road and only had twenty and no tial equipment the luxury of the appointrain has hurt the road at all and ments makes traveling on theso steamers An Aped littdy Pnralvzd Send for illus thoroughly enjoyable the gentleman who wrote the arti- trated pamphlet Address A A Schantz Miss Fanny Cully of Jetts Sta- cle about said c unty road in your d P A Detroit Clevalaad Steam Nshr Detroit Mich tion who is in her 93d year suf- issue of the i5th inst did not Vl km w what he was talking about Insure Agulnst Accident fered a stroke of paralysis on W N Tracy Monday which rendered her left A 3O0O accident policy good Among the incidents side useless and she is now lying that stand out in bold of childhood for seven days can be obtained relief as our in a critical condition at the home memory reverts to the days when we by any gentleman or ladv for were young none are more promi- - f of Mr lec A Owen nent than severe sickness The ronl Jac0D 3WKerr K 5 young mother vividly remembers 4 Will Make it New that it was Chamberlains Cough l7OK Sale OK KENT My house Remedy cured her of croup and in work- turn administers it to her si own off-- n YVir Main ri Her nt nrpnt Mr J B Utterback has nlv9Afr a ifl 1wi4si occupied by Col Corbetts f unity men engaged tearing down por- suit For sale by J W Gayle Possession given immediately tions of the Eliza Lay property on To iiiitonia Mrs W B Roumak 152 tf Shelby street which he recently IJuekiens Arnieu alve Reduced rates to Latonia Fall and will icpair and purchased Races September 2d to October modernize the building so as to salvo in the world for Cuts 7 1893 via Queen and Crescent The best make a nearly new and neat resi- Route Tickets on sale each day Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fever Sores Tetter Chapped Hands dence of it of meeting to Cincinnati and re Chilblains Corns and all Skin Erup turn good five days from date of tions and positivelyis cures Piles or no pay required It guaranteed to n Bit There is sale from all stations on Q C give satisfaction or money refunded Louisville Southern in Ken- Price 25 cents per box For sale by T Im Ointment Dr and Yrylliing 8 ly Phil Carpentkr Jlftlos Household Oiataaevt stands 4 tucky Um head Tickets Cincinnati to Lexington It i ffaciimc more wm Sierfal cares And giving greater satis and return at one faro for the Dr Hales Household Ointment faction than any tbr remedy in tk round trip every Saturday eveFor cttta world bnrisest bno Is the finest remedy in the world apraiBfffrastMi cMTblahw okapd ning good returning Monday It absolutely cures catarrh It onres Itands kali lips edsMul salt rheaat will enable turfmen and others to Neuralgia and Rheumatism Curon ilos 9fcitttaM 4Maal We daira Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum what spend Sunday in the Blue Grass in tho most soothing manner Cures wo ura great pctta and Region Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Ikin EttFa bm M XaettMe Can bo Cures Coughs and Colds D G Edwards G P A Â¬ Â¬ Put-in-Ba- y Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Avoid tlic heat and dust by traveling on the Floating Palaces of the Detroit Cleveland Steam Navigation Company Two new Bteel passenger 6teamers have Â¬ Â¬ terest in the Worlds Fair at present Franklin county In the next rejislHtur subject than that portion lying south of Mason to the action f tho Democratic party and Dixons line and typical SouthFor Senator erners easily distinguishable in the We uni m1110111 t0 immense throng by the graceful SThPif tfepN of MercerBnmmiics anHon W W county candidate military bearing of the gentlemen for Sen uorfiom this district subjectn to the ac and the rare beauty of tho ladies are tion of the Democratic pirtr to be met in great numbers on the June tit Exposition grounds in the corridors For Mayor of the leading hotels and at the various social gatherings in the MANftAN mnthrlzr1 t tnnouuee Air LEWIS candidate for Mayor of hriukfort Worlds Fair City at the iirttt election inject to the action of th To a large extent tho success of Democratic party iuij 32 te T the Fair depends upon the Southern people tbe Board of Managers ex For Poliuo Judgo pect hundreds of thousands of people We are authorliOl to HERN from South of the Ohio river to DON a a cmdldato for annoiiuctj W of tho City Police Judge of Frankfort subject to the uctlou of the Demo attend the Exposition and from cratic party present indications they will not be disappointed The railroads are making exteusive preparations to For Superintendent of Public School take care of the people and their wjy hip authorized to announce Mls XUCT comfort enroute is fully assured ATrIEflrtHnUldut fot Big Four Route which is the Public Schools ror Franklin Miperlntetidfiit of The county subject U Â¬ l i 11 No section of the country East W- - arp authorized lo announce u h 1 COX North or West is taking a greater in- Â¬ candidate for re olecrlon as Rcnrewntrttlveus of For Itoprosentntivo rt I s tl it - 5 Â¬ J Â¬ Â¬ r i 1 Â¬ Â¬ j Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ For Marshal Queen Crescent Route Louisville We are authorized to announce H B 1KKFERS Nashville R R Kentucky Central candidate for re election Ry and Chesapeake Ohio Ry Marshal subject to the actiontoofthe office of City the Democrat for party Naturally forms the popular outlet Southern travel and to accommodate the business five elegant vestibuled trains with parlor cars sleeping cars WM dining cars and elegant ooaches are run daily from Cincinnati to Chicago ATTORNEY-AT-LA- W stopping at Midway Plaisance th Main Entrance to the Worlds Fair 60th St Hyde Park Gist St 39th St ItBAZ ESTATE AGENT 22d St and running into the new f TH COURTf WILL PftAOTICI 12th St Station on tho Lake Front will 4JelnlB a4 tk tFuH T wwttN m2 w rvTTT la 1 iml All the Worlds Fair hotels and and Mlt dra antal Mtat etUetli r mu 1SiV boarding houses aro located adjacent Md t- 1MUM ti4tt f to the Big Four stations and passen- tm kl via tho popular line avoid the ong tiresome transfer across tho ine Farm for Rent city necessary by all other lines from There is positively no Cincinnati other Hue landing passengers at the DUDLEY FARM ADJOINING CITY stations named and as it affords in llmltH on the Georgetown pike to the comfort and con- - 2fa6 Hcrufl large residence tobacco containing addition barn and Hplendld dairy and tobacco farm venlence a great saving of time and stable Po8ettsdon lven March 1st 1KM For purtlra expense alt the South who contem- - law apply to a trip to the Worlds Fair should KKANKCUINN e sure to ask fbr tickets via the Big July 22 tf Frankfort Ky Jjour Koute For full information address D B MARTIN General Passenger Agent W CHINN Cincinnati J City tral Union Station Cincinnati through trains of the E T V action only line making connection in Cen Â¬ the An 2Coftethe Democratic with party V G CROMWELL -- I J JR Miles Nerve and Livor Fills Tii nnrvnn A nmv rllannvniV Miles Fills speedily cure biliousness fliA Iiifra mm ofcgapeat For Browns Iron Bitters Rebuild tbe system aids digestion removes excess of bile and cure malarlu down from overwork broken Many Persons are cares or houKhold act tbe genuine taken internally A jjositive spooifle Cincinnati O for pneumonia Oiutt Bruises Burns Shilolis VltaiUer is what you need Chilblains Sores oi long standing for DyspopBia Torpid Liver Yellow Corns and Bunions are cured quickly Skin or Kidriev Trouble It is eruar- - different from all else Huperior to all antoed to give you satisfaotion else it has no equal 2G and 50c boxes Price 76c Sold by W McKoolIardie Largo size cheapest Sold atCAitPfiN 8 22 Tims drug store Act on a now principle regulating tho liver stoinaoh ana bowels though Will practice in all State Courts fice second floor Custom House Of- Â¬ Sheep for Sale It bad taste tornidlivor niles constipa tion Splendid for men women and ohildren Smallest mildest surest 60 doses for 25 conts Samples froe At 45 ly J W GayloBFranldbrfcKy I tkno HAVE FOR 8ALK 100 HEAD OF FIRST clusa ewes which I will aelion elx month Also a few tihropHhlre and South Down bucks that I will sell ohivap SOUTH TRIMOLB auc2C tf Forks of Elkatcn Ky M