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I t I The yol XVII Council Proceedings gert and Watson F RAMFOBT EOOTDABOTJT A WEEKLY PAPER to W GEO A LEWIS Publisher DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS 7 TERMS 100 In Advaiioe NO 5 FKANKFOET KY SATUBDAY OCTOBER 1893 fey V Shocked the Neighbors was postponed until next meet- Â¬ ing night President Milam and all the On Saturday nipht the insula- Â¬ Mr Furr from the bridge com members were present except mittee stated that Mr Ruple tion on the electric light wire Councilmen John E Miles Swi the contractor for the stone work which runs into the grocery of Mr Â¬ Highest of all in Leavening Power n S t iS 7 fc W i - I SW ft if 1 V H z it s t1 6 n V fiT r i i id 4 KitJl 7 M I4f MP w5 TOT Last year the Evening Journal of this city was publishing Associated Press dispatches which were sent out by a house in Cincinnati in stereotype plates ready for use One day last October the Cincinnati house sent to the Journal a lot of plates in one of which was a dispatch from Philadelphia stating that the Aucr Incandescent Light Company had been robbed by Tyndale Palmer a former newspaper man and a hotel keeper in The Rio Janeiro of 440 000 oT the Journal used publishers the plate and thought nothing more of it until Monday when Palmer filed suit in the Franklin Circuit Court against all three of the gentlemen interested l in the publication of the paper at the time for 50000 damages alleging libel While the action is not causing any of the defendants to lose sleep still a law suit is not a very handy thing to have around men generally and newspaper I have returned from the East should be warned and let boiler and dont you forget it and have plate severely alone using only added to my immense stock of home print Fancy goods and notions a comA Green Old Age line of plete Mrs Mahala McDowell moth er of Mrs M Buckley Sr and grandmother of Mrs Thos J Brislan celebrated her 93d birthYou can now find a handsome as- day yesterday Mrs McDowell sortment of Dress Goods in all the is very active for her age and her Tan Brown step as springy as that of ladies leading shades Blue Cardinal Red many years her junior Green Navy Many A Xew Attorney Saphire and Black in Henrietta friends called to congratulate her Serge and Fancy Mixtures These and express the wish that she may The card of Mr Chas T Ray goods will be sold at New York live to celebrate her centennial appears in another column in prices Dont buy until you see which he offers his professional them as you will save money Encircling tho South Side services to the people o this com Now for the Babes Children The electric railroad having munity As he is a stranger to and Misses I never forget them I bought for their special benefit a been completed- with the excep- most of our people we will say tion of a few finishing touches to by way of introduction that he is handsome line of the O F C and Carlisle distil- from Lebanon a cousin of Gov leries the construction force was J Proctor Knott and a graduate moved to the South Side Wednes- of Central University at Richday morning and set to work on mond Ky He came to this city Edelen Second street at the intersection with Messrs Knott To fit any age from two to ten under whom he took a law course years Winter is coming and my ofShelby to put in the loop in and has just opened an office in stock in all kinds of Woolen South Frankfort the Hume building He is a Goods is complete How to Booome Floshy full of energy and young man Now remember if you need anything in the Dr Miles Nervine not only cures all will give prompt attention to all DRY GOODS FANCY GOODS nervous diseases hoadaohe blues business intrusted to him nervous prostration slooplossnoBs neuralgia St Vitus danoe fits and or hysteria but ulso builds bp the body Dr Halos Household Tea NOTION I am pleased to say that after years of intenso Buttorin withnervouB dis Is a pleasant herb driaki whioh posi find a better as- ease headache and prostration I tively cures dyspepsia liver 00m Line1 you wont tried Dr Miles lientorative Nervine plninte and all kidney diseases sortment in the State than you will and in two weeks gained eight pounds One dose a day taken at bed time in weight I could not lie down to at 96 and 50 cts Bleep but now Bleep perfectly easy does the business and am still improving wonderfully per package Get ii to day at P H Oannotsny enough for the Norvino--Mi- w Carpenter drug store Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The minutes of the last meet ing were read and approved Judge B G Williams appeared before the council and asked that further time be granted Mr F E Lewis in which to make answer before the final vote be taken on He the revocation of his license also presented a petition of neigh bors remonstrating against the action of the council in the matter On motion of Mr Gray the matter was postponed until the next meeting A petition from E D Willis for a pool room license to be run in the house at the corner of Washington and Clinton streets was referred to the license com mittee The- petition of Thos Bright well asking a grocery license was read a second time and adopted The resolution making Tuesday October 10 an additional regis tration day was read a second time and adopted The pavement ordinances were read avsecond time and adopted The reading of the ordinance in relation to pipes on the bridge Â¬ Â¬ on the new piers desired to make a proposition in relation to pur-Â¬ chasing the wood work and stone The in the old bridge and piers joint matter was referred to the committee of the city and county on bridge There being no further business the council adjourned until the regular meeting night BOILER PIjATB Causes a Newspaper to bo Sued for 50000 Â¬ HARTSTEINS Â¬ DRY GOODS Â¬ Â¬ James Heeney became rubbed off letting a portion of the current become diverted into the iron work of the front of the building The lintal the pillars on each side of the door the door step and the awning frame all became so heavily charged with the fluid that everyone who came in contact with either was shocked The first that was known of it Miss Emma Morris was passing by accompanied by her dog Jim when Jim stepped into the door and received the shock He set up a howl and tumbled over and to make the din worse the parrot in the back of the store began to yell Here dog here dog Every thought Jim had been poisonone ed and a little crowd gathered around to see himdie when a boy who had just had a wrestle with one of the awning posts explained the matter Lewis the little colored porter without knowing what Was the trouble caught hold of an awning post and immediately began to dance up and down and call for some one to hold him A barefooted colored boy before he could be prevented set his foot on the door step and was knocked down and persons stepping over the iron portion of the step felt a shock A board was placed on the step but ladies stepping upon it jumped off quickly and screamed Mr Hathway superintendent of the Gas and Electric Light Company was sent for and soon remedied the matter A bright eyed little girl undertook to tell the Roundabout all about it and said a man had been blown up down at Mr Heeney s that he fell out into the street and got his face all muddy When asked if powder or gas had caused the explosion she said she thought the gas came up out of the ground went over and got him and threw him out in the street Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m 3 Latest U S Govt Report Baking Powder Large Leaves ABSOLUTELY PURE Mr D M Woodson brought to this office on Thursday some sample leaves of a crop of White Burlcy tobacco raised on his farm One leaf measnear Harvieland ured 363 inches long by iqJ wide and another qotf inches long by igj4 wide and were very heavy The- leaves were pulled from a ridge but Mr Woodson says he has larger ones along the branches running through his field He has seventy five acres in tobacco for which he expects to get the top of the market Â¬ - Fire Wednesday Morning About oclock Wednesday morning a fire broke out in a small frame building on Arsenal Hill belonging to the estate of the late which was unoccupied and the roof was about to fall in when the fire was discover- Â¬ ed The flames communicated to Â¬ Geo B Macklin the building adjoining occupied as a grocery by Messrs Boicourt 8 Steffee greatly damaged it and destroyed stock it contained Miss Nellie Boicourt and Miss Maud Steffee were asleep in the back room and Mr Bob Steffee under the counter of the grocery and all three came near being burned to death only escaping in their night clothes when the fire began to fall in upon them An alarm was turned in from box 23 and the fire department was on hand promptly and succeeded in extinguishing the flames before the grocery was entirely consumed The loss is about 700 with 300 insurance on the Macklin building 360 on the grocery and 250 on the stock A Smash Up Justly Entitled to It Dr Hales Househod Cough Oara lastly entitled to tne praise it is reÂ¬ ceiving Wherever introduced it hap proven itaolf the moat reliable romft y known for the care ef coagha olds hoarseness whooping cough bronchitis sorenem of the luags as very kiad of a cough from a staple cold to incipient comaamptiaa Purely vegetable Always reilabla For sale at 25 and and effective CO cento per bottle at P H Oakpeh tkr8 drug store Is Given Away Jl li F J K XJ UUAVUOlVUUIAai Two buggies one driven by Dr George Horine of Graefenburg and the other by Mr Bernard Graham collided at the corner of Bridge and Conway streets Mon day night Dr Horines vehicle was badly smashed and he was Mr thrown out but not injured Graham was thrown over thedish board and his forehead bruised His horse then ran away and tore the buggy to pieces Â¬ frafca j ajaj r H 111 tM S3rfftaT I w i Miss Nicol who lives on Cross street in endeavoring to get out of the wav of the frightened ani mal fell and was seriously injured H IJmmhmmMBml yuigiMiiiiiMij h i I n h i soim II II y y health every nortired ailing Called back to - Mm R fr L Svgja K HftS - Â¬ ehw 5V XJSSHl Jkv medicine to bring her back is Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription II weak run- down and over m Mt Mti I ss Solid Oak Tables Solid Oak Mosic Back I Â¬ builds her up if sho suffers from any of tha distressing derangemonts ami diseases that aillict her sox it corrects and cures wortnd thai CLOAKS Â¬ Â¬ soothing and trengtliening nervine and lha only guaranteed remedy for the ills and ail ments that beset a woman It regulates and promotes all tho proper functions improves digestion enriches tho blood dispels achei and pains brings refreshing sleep and re stores health and strength All female complaints and weaknesses ore positively and permanently cured with the Favorite Prescription Its tho only medicine for thorn that can be and is guar anteed If it doesnt benefit or cure In every case you have your money back Something else may bo better for tha dealer to sell but think for yourself whether it can be just as good for you to buy Â¬ Â¬ j fl Ask for a CARD when you uro muring- your nurchases - OTJIS STOCK OP M DRY GOODS CLOAKS H a MATTER TESEJ- J AND NOTIONS Is the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HARTSTEINS NO 319 MAIN STREET NEAR STATE NATIONAL HANK Dunkirk N Y One customer used Norvlno For Rent A front room on and gained flftoon pounds in floBh Main street suitable for office sayt Brown Mayhitiiy Cortland N Y Trial bottles and ologant Address M this office book froo at L B A1UIAUD m Pliiiaiher 334 MAIN STREET Largest and Cheapest In Frankfort OALL AND SEE THEM WRit7P1 irnnnnRlf t J W Gaylos 3 52 tf FRANKFORT I O j WK -- J e AytKjJj iiiiimrnhn ySI MM mil hi J A III MUM r il L A lu rauiuwBiaBBiiai 1 0J - A MlJkfc vhniaaiiBikaAaaKJu i mnam T Vi jrL tn v mam r 21 PERSONAL Mrs Annio Nugent of Lexington is visiting in this city Mr and Mrs J Buford Hendrick have gone to Chicago Judge Jos H Lewis and wife have SFWfW TJffTT F h tv returned from Glasgow Dr Ely and daughters Misses Mary and Ruth are in Chicago Mrs A F Resposs left Tuesday to visit relatives in Maysville Mr Thos P Averill loft Tuesday morning for a trip to Chicago Miss Eatie Green left yesterday for a visit to friends in Louisville Mrs S E Holmes has returned irom a visit to the White City Hon W W Stephenson of Har- rodsburg was in the city on Monday Mrs T B Rodman went to Mt Sterling Monday to viBit her parents Messrs Noble Lindsey and E 0 Hathaway left Thursday for Chicago Mrs Jam oh Rodman jr left Monday for a visit to relatives in Louis- Â¬ ville Mr J Mac VanDerveer returned Wednesday from atrip to the Worlds Â¬ Mr Jos TStaten is visiting friends in Honry and Triniblo counties Mrs W Leslie Collins has returned from a visit to relatives in Campbells vllle Taylor county Miss Adala Woods who has been dangerously ill for the past week was a little better yesterday Little Miss Sallio Gresham Payne throe years old is visiting her aunt Mrs W L Jott in Covington Mr R Rogers is attending the In- Â¬ ternational Association of Funeral Directors at Detroit Michigan as a delegate from the Kentucky Associa tion Mr John O Cromwell who was summoned here last week by the death of his father left for his home in Joliet Illinois Tuesday after- Â¬ noon Â¬ For Sale on Terms to SuitX the Times 2 I KXrft a JVlifl ALLEY 60ft I 60tt butt I S 3 I I I4l rar-r-TO- BB E ill m p n o I pfflasiS5 ffllSr arar- - H Pi h jm i A PA mts COft 50ft COft JtflGft 4916ft iOifitt MURRAY Location is first class is on one of the highest points in the city new electric street car line Water and gas in front of - Vi m tmi Fair George A Lewis leaves this morning to visit relatives in Fayette Mrs county Miss Katie Halloran has returned from a visit of several weeks in Union county Mrs William Cromwell left Tuesday afternoon to visit her parents in Henry county Gov Brown and daughter Miss Birdie and son Arch left Tuesday for Chicago Miss Mary Ettie Smith left Monday for a visit to relatives in Louisville and Chicago Mrs Fred Brooks and child of New York are the guests of Capt Sam Sanders Mr Geonro Huffman and wife Thursday to visit friends in Thorn- town Indiana vl Hon GarrettjS Wall and Col Frank LUB iUBWUB WKrts Â¬ iv n Augl9 Sm keeping Mr Woodson K Woods of St Cliristus Consolntus Louis Missouri is visiting his moth- er on High street having been called Dear Roundabout here by the dangerous illness of his The enclosed poem found some years ago has been a source of peace and consolation to sor Â¬ sister Miss Adala rowing hearts and no doubt if published in your Messrs Henry Owsley of Wood- Â¬ columns would continue Its office of love es ford and Thos Procter and Lon pecially so since you chronicled many deaths tn fe v K your the afc Herndon of Georgetown attended of thispages lust week The name of truly author gem Is unknown to me Very the shooting tournament at Thorn A Friend September 25 1893 Hill Park Wednesday and Thursday Beside the dead I knelt in prayer Mrs Mary Moore who has been And felt a prt sence as I prayed making her home with her Lol It was Jesus standing there He smiled Be not afraid Mr S R Smith left Monday for We intend keeping goods moving if good goods and low prices wilt Warwick Villa Jefferson county to Lord thou hast conquered death we know do it We are daily receiving again to life I said Restore reside with her son Mr W B Moore This one who died an hour ago Baron Burchard Von Oethengin He smiled Shk is not dead German Imperial Commissioner to Asleep then as Thyself didst sny nv the Worlds Fair was the guest of Yet Thou canst lift the lids that keep Â¬ -Attorney General W J Hendrick at Her prisoned eyes from ours away He smiled Shk Dorn not sleep his elegant country residence near Nay then tho haply she doth wake Hoges Station on Wednesday cSCC 5cc And look upon some fairer dawn Mrs Olough Overton of Louisville Restore her to our hearts that ache On September 30 we receive our first consignment of Oysters and formerly Miss Lucy Stockton of this He smiled Site is not gone will keep nothing but best goods regularly in stock cit who has been visifclmT friends Alus too well we know our loss here refcurned home Thursday Her Nor hope again our Joy to touch husband has accepted a position in Until the stream ot death we cross He smiled There is no such New Yorkand they will remove to Yet our beloved seem so far that city to reside in a short time Â¬ son-in-la- Judge Thos H Hines has rented the cottage of Mrs J W McEwan on Main street South Side has removed his family there and gone to house- It For terms call on the property It is near the river and on the m Â¬ i ft I To KEEPTriiif g Moving apple and Cream Oneeee Scc ZE2espectfUll3r 4 lEreslx 3oods Olrves Olire Oil usliroonQs rreinciki Peas and Aspsirsigrus IBd sino and Pine k -- St y r- - U Mr W 0 Herndon and wife re- The Fountain Head of Strength turned Monday from a two weeks When we recollect that the stomach la the Dear Lord bow shall we know that they visit to Chicago grand laboratorj In which food Is transformed Still walk unseen with us and Thee Mr J S McKendrick and wife of Into the secretions which fnrnlth vigor to the Nor sleep nor wander far away I system entering enriching the blood He smiled Abide in me Lexington are visiting the family of that itafter in shortand the fountain head of is Mr W J Hughes strength it Is essential to keep this Important Hi Henrys Minstrels Oct 12 Mrs Wm Bailey who has been the supplying machine in order and to restore It to activity becomes inactive This Uos gueBt of Mrs J E Miles returned to tetters when it Bitters does most effectually Stomach seasonably regulating und rdnrorclng digesThose who are proverbially Eminence Saturday tion promoting due action to the liver und Miss Beatrice Ready returned on bowels Strength nnd quietude of the nerves complaining and asking why we depend in ureut measure upon thorough digesMonday from a short visit to her tion There Is no nervine tonic more highly es do not of amusements have a bet- Â¬ teemed by the medical fraternity than the Bitmother in Louisville ters Physicians also strongly commend it for ter class will have their wishes kidney und Mr and Mrs R M Aldridge have chll s and fever rheumatism and want ofblad Â¬ gratified by the appearance ap der trouble sick headache of Hi returned from Traverse City Mich petite n und sleep Take u wlneglassful three times day Henrys Celebrated Minstrels at and the Worlds Fair the Opera House on Thursday Dr U V Williams and Messrs F Prized Away From Home W Keyes and Foster Baird returned Oct 12 This organization has a yesterday from Chicago Several weeks ago we advertised reputation in the minstrel line Mr Syl Meek of Louisville is second to none visiting his sister Mrs Richard for issues of the Roundabout of December 24 and February 4 last Church on Shelby street Perhaps some of our readers would D Johnson and wife and to complete our files and both like to know in what respect Oham Mr Sam Miss Harrison returned Tuesday from were sent us from Binghamton berlands Cough Remedy is better than any other We will tell you a visit to the Worlds Fair as N Y where Mrs George W When this remedy is taken as soonbe- Â¬ a cold has been contracted and Mrs F T Brooks of Syracuse New Gwin a former Frankfort lady fore it has become settled in the sys York is visiting her father Captain it lives and has long been a sub- Â¬ tem coldwill counteract the effect of Sam Sanders on Ann street and greatly lessen its sever- Â¬ tho scriber to the paper She evi- Â¬ ity It acts in perfect harmony with Mr Robert Stephens of New Alba- Â¬ nature and aids nature in relieving ny Indiana is visiting his mother dently prizes her weekly visitor the lungs opening the secretions Mrs Ed Stephens South Side and lays it away safely after it is liqsofying the mucus and causing its expulsion from the air cells of the Mr Edgar Suter of the Rounda- Â¬ read She has placed us under lungs and restoring the system to a as we would have strong and healthy condition No bout office who has been quite ill obligation other remedy in the market possesses for several weeks is improving been compelled to bind our file those remarkable properties No Mr W F Brewer of Louisville with at least one number missing other will cure a cold so quickly For will spend next week with his cousin had it not been for her kindness sale by J W Gayle Mr J Harry Thomas near Farmdale Mlinv Persons are broken down from overwork or household euro Rev A S Alderman and MiBS Bes I consider Ohamborlains Cough BrownH Iron Bitters Rebuilds tho sie Lewis of Woodlake left Monday Remedy a specific for croup It is oystem aids digestion remove excels ot bile and cures malaria Get the genuine morning forja trip to the Worlds very pleasant to take which is one of tho most important requisites Fair where a cough remedy is intended Mrs D G Timmons of Peaks Mill for use among children I have known 1 know of of croup returned yesterday from a three life eases little one whero naved bv the was of a the weeks visit to Louisville and tho usn of Chamberlains Couch Rom- Worlds Fair ody J J LaGrango druggist Mrs Carrie Choato and daughter jfef0 cent bottleH lor f j Mm t niio nhnntn nnnnt- i A HOUSE OF fcEVKN POOSIF LOCATED returned from a two weeks visit to on Coinvny f trett huuth side is tillered for or tinis imply io the Worlds Fair We desire to say to our citizens suleatatf binijulii WM COHMWKLL Oct 7 Mr L E McPherson Assistant that for years wc have been selling General Counsel of tho Pullman Car Dr Kings New Discovery lo Co of Chicago was in tho city Tues Â¬ Consumption Dr Kings New day on legal business Life 1ills liucklens Arnica Saivc Mr Harry Case loft Thursday nftor- - md Electric Bitters and have noon for Ilartford City Indiana hav never handled remedies that ci1 FRANKFORT KY ing been called thdro by tho danger- Â¬ as well or that have given such ous illness of his cousin Office in the Hume Uuilding Wc do not universal satisfaction Mr George R Prentice of Morgan hesitate to guarantee them every field has been the guest of friends in rime and we stand ready to reÂ¬ this county this week and visiting tho fund the purchase price if satis scenes of his childhood factory results do not follow their These remedies have won ALL rorcorB Iirvlrgnluimfl JigftlriHtT 0 futorfl Mrs Win R Cromwell who has use es ale vllijIeiiHtMimoltiiwjull 1K04 Umi now been visiting relatives in this city and their great popularity purely on erly proven unci Minchl mm with culiiinpfo mid all peri Indebted io tho es I11 county the past week will return to their merits For sale by tiilo ieuse come forward nun nettle 1 M WILLIAMS ilmr P H Carpenter Druggist uoi jiuuiu in j fUAiubwu biuu uiurmng i SWALLOWriKLD Oot 2 1803 0U 1 ilU Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The while we yearn to feel them near Albeit with Thee we trust they are He smiled And I amhehk JAS THE SOUTH SIDE GROCER HEENEY CO TO JACOB SWIGERT ON MAIN STEET Have Removed From the Batzell Building 101 AND 102 ANN Basement nf the Capital Hntel fiSThey will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in 2 short time fh fS m m T Sclentlflo AnerlcM Aiewy forA iF mrr k For information ana free Handbook write to HUmi A UU- - JVA UBOADUTAT UMII YOKE Oldest bureau for Mooring patent In America jrreiy paisut ixon out 07 us ib nrongnt Deiors the publlo by notloe given frae ol charge In tha COPYRIGHTS CAVEATS TRADE MARK DESIGN PATENTS toJ Scientific JVmmnw Lamrt circulation of any scientific paper In tl Splendidly illustrated Mo frteUlire world man should bo without It WoeklrS300 year fUOsIx months Address UDNN A CX PUSUXXE3 301 Broadway New fork Cltr 1 To reduce your weight SURELY use Wlllardei Obesity Pills and lose 15 pounds a month No No Interference with busi Â¬ Injury to the health They build ness or pleasure NO STARVING up and improve the general health beautify the complexion and leave NO WRINKLES Lucy Anderson 34 Auburn street Cambridge Mass writes Three bottles of your Obesity Fills re Â¬ duced my weight from 226 pounds to 190 und I never felt better lu all my life I am much pleased with the resylt und shall do all I can to help you Our patrons Include Physicians Bankers Lawyers and leaders of Society Our goods are not sold In drug stores all orders are supplied direct from our otllce Price per pack Â¬ age 200 or three packages for 500 by mall pre Â¬ paid Particulars sealed 4 cts ALL CORRES Â¬ PONDENCE CONFIDENTIAL WILLARD REMEDY CD BOSTON FAT PEOPLE MISS AplMm iaaaawsaaaMamaMSMsiaMSMaj SLEEFIH VIA Â¬ HLIZ LL The quick und direct route from BIG FOUE EOTJTE 3 FOR SAJLE Louisville to Arkansas and Texas 0ie lumdrnd nnd fifty miles TO THE IS ym A1 V I SCcuse and Lot SHORTEST TO LITTLE ROCK indtlieonly rtuto Worlds Fair We all lovo comfort - - CHAS T HA Y Attorney at Law NOTICE -- I especially when traveling and what a great comfort it is to be ablo to tako a WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS sleeping car at your own homo which runs right through to Chicago with Â¬ out change and lands paRHengors at If ou nre colng to emigrate to the Entrance Gate to tho Worldrt Pair without change or transfer of Sherman Dallas Fort Worth any kind How can this bo accom Â¬ Why simply by asking plished Austin or Houston your local agent for tickets via tho Thiols tile Big Four Route which is absolutely the only line running through sleep CHEAPEST AND BEST ROUTE ing cars in connection with tho E T G Ry and Queen V Orescent No chunco of care to Route diroot to tho Worlds Fair Grounds and landing passengers con voniont to tho Worlds Fair Hotel Montgomery Mobile Memphis District Through Sleoping Oar leaves Macon 1115 a m Atlanta 210 and New Orleani p m Rome 455 p m Chattanooga 725 p m and arrives Chicago 515 p Tor further lnformaton ni d x is m Ask ior tioketo via tho 13ig Four Route and for further information X 5 IV 0 P address E O MoCormick General LOUISTILLK LZKTUCXY PaoRongor Agent Cincinnati Â¬ i V vV IF erTA Nl MiOiilhl tut Jjk-- nUttLmL LMIH I H v fJPPW T TOWPi vf jWW 1W fWTWP iMBinam QKEAT REDUCTIOI c II STEELIM SILYER Â¬ Â¬ it ever has THE price of Sterling Silver is lower than of Silverwarebeen Our ad We handle is to buy now We have the cream Jewelry 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 novelties that make useful and ornamental presents Re member we always carry a complete stock of Watches Diamonds and M nvc wJmJkm Selbert Jeweler I ITrsm lcfort Klerrt mclcy Off Great Meeting at Georgetown Dr Chapman the celebrated evangelist will commence a revival at Georgetown to morrow and all protestant denominations an the city have united in the endeavor to make it a grand success and a large Tabernacle sufficient to accommodate 3000 people has been erected in which to hold the meeting The success of Dr Chapman as an evangelist is wonderful and wherever he goes the building provided is never sufficient to hold all the people who attend A writer from Saginaw Mich where he held a meeting Dr Chapmans last year writes s meetings were an unqualified nothing to parallel it has been The witnessed in Saginaw Men who whole city was stirred seen in church in had notbeen this town were drawn out by the score Nearly 1600 signed cards protessing a desire to live a Christian life Judges prominent business men and laborers all attended One hundred and twenty joined one church in one day He has just closed a meeting at Pcnn where Chambersburg crowds were so large that the police had to regulate the attendance A large number of our people will likely attend during the progress of the meeting Â¬ Â¬ Matrimonial Rodgers Sanders for tlie Fair Â¬ Â¬ sue--ces- fort Ky Miss Kate A large excursion party of Sanders of this city will wed Mr about thirty people left this city Rodgers of Wichita Kan on Thursday afternoon in a special Wednesday the i 8th inst boudoir sleeper to go over the Altsheler Wilson Mr Ed- Kentucky Midland and Big Four ward Altsheler of Louisville and roads to Chicago They were Miss Minnie Wilson daughter of joined at the Forks of Elkhorn by Col C Y Wilson late commis- Â¬ five or six more and at Georgesioner of Agriculture will be town by about 50 or 60 from married October 12 at Cave City Paris Among those who went Clark Strode We have re- were Judge G B Swango wife ceived the following invitation to and son Mr Charley Swrngo the marriage of one of the most Mr Chas F Exum and wife Messrs Noble Lindsey Will A popular young men in the city Bull E C Hathaway Misses Mr and Mr3 W D Strode invito you to witness Emma Morris Josie Lucy and the marriage ceremony of their Daisy Hughes Maggie and Louise daughter A Kate Daniel Cora Blakemore Archie to Quarles Lizzie Crutcher Loulie Mr Vernon L Clark Wednesday evening Oct 25 1893 Gibson Mamie and Clara Ches- at 7au oclock ney Willana Smith and Mrs Baptist Church Winchester Ky At home after November 1 Frank South Trimble Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ v k W OIF1 a CAPS BOOTS SHOES HATS ll We have the best goods the largest stock and prices are right Â¬ I 111 mm m 9 i i 9J yvij air MM ffl y H J Deaths Reed OConnor Mr William Reed and Miss Mary OConnor Fuller Mrs Joseph Fuller will be married Thursday evening died Thursday afternoon at the next at 7 oclock at the Catholic residence of her husband near parsonage and was buried The prospective groom was for Stedmantown several years an employe of the yesterday afternoon at 4 oclock Hodge Mrs Fannie Hodge Roundabout office but is now with the Capital and is a hard- sister of Judge Thos H and Mr working industrious young man E W Hines of this city died while the bride is the daughter of suddenly at her home in Bowling Mrs Lucy J OConnor of High Green on Monday She leaves View and a very estimable young five children to mourn her loss lady who will prove a valuable Cully Mrs Fannie Cully who helpmate to Will in his struggle was stricken with paralysis last Second Streot Improvements to get on in the world and we week died Monday morning at wish them all the happiness allotted the residence of Mr Lee A Messrs Taylor Glore the con- to man Owen at Jetts Station and the tractors have completed the curbfuneral took place Tuesday afterFlooring tlio Bridge ing guttering and grading for the noon the services being conducted sidewalk on the south side of The floor of the L N Rail- by Rev George Darsie She was Second street from the Chiles road bridge is completed half way one of the oldest residents of the property to Main and yesterday across from the east side and had county as she would have been began spreading sand preparatory not the force been called off and 93 years old in February had she to laying brick lived until that time to The construction force of the sent repair a bringe on the Knox ville Branch it would have been street railway have the ties down Henrys Minstrels completed by to day week It is from the intersection of Shelby and Hi Henrys Minstrels will be the Second to beyond Logan and are quite an improvement over the old putting down a switch at Heeneys structure as it has a walk way on next attraction at the Opera corner and laying rails out Second the north side which will enable House They will be here on The street has had a very lively pedestrians to cross when trains are Thursday night of next week Oc- Â¬ appearance this week and looked passing which they could not do tober 12 like the old town was going ahead before the space between the cars Catarrh Cant bo Cured and the railing being too narrow To Zioulsvlllo Ky It is very likely that all vehicles With local applications as thoy can passing to the South Side will not roach the seat of the disease Outarrh blood or The Louisville and Nashville have to go by way of this bridge disease 1b a in order constitutional to cure it you and iroad will sell tickets to Louisville when the St Clair street bridge have to take internal remedies Halls Catarrh Ourn taken internally and and return at a fare and a third is taken down as the city author acts directly isan the blood and mu October 9 to 14 inclusive on ac ities have been unable to make si cous surfaces It was proscribed by best in this satisfactory arrangement for a one of the years physicians regular count of the races country for and is a wagon ferry and will probably EreHorfption It is composed of the H B Logsdon Agent only establish one for pedestrians combined with the betit blood purifiers acting direutry During my term of servioe in the on the muoous surfaoe Tae perfeot Tlmt Joyful Fooling army I contracted chronlo diarrhoea tiimbination ofthfrfwo hsgredient tsays A E Bending of Halsey In what prodaoM suoh wonderful Since then I nave used a great With the exhilarating sense of re ra ults in curing catarrh Sea for rmount of medioine but when I round newed health and strength and inter teuimoniala any that would give me relief they nal cleanliness which follows P J CHEEK 4t0 cents the sfirSold by drugists7G Telee O would injure my atomaoh until use of Syrup of Figs is unknown to Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy was brought to my the few who have not progressed be notice I UBed it and will say it is the yond the old time medioines and the mat PYSJNwr ia jnourMUMt WBaiMl elMrdera take only romedy that gave me pormauent cheap substitutes sometimes offered jreaer ana np oaa results follow but neror aocentod bv the well in All daftlM MlfMcbeltle Genuine has Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ To our many comity friends we would say dont lay in your winter stock of goods until you have looked At our goods W know what you need have the goods and will please you fti a Â¬ V 1 MC lor SON LOUISVILLE KY reuioviug Ututups and UocKa lor yuarry men and Well diggers 8afe easily handled ami cheap For full Information and price address QRTPPITH Mar 18 lr IJlillUAl SEMPLE Finest Trains in the South Through Cars toChicago without changefrom New Orleans Meridian Birmingham Chat Â¬ tanooga Jacksonville Fla Atlanta Macon Lexington and Georgetown Ky Choico f route via Cincinnati or via Louisville Stop overs allowed on all Worlds Fair tickets at Chattanooga Louisville Indianapolis or Cincinnati Â¬ Queen u j J V Crescent Route Â¬ Â¬ Ore--go- n Â¬ For further information as to Rates Car Service Sleeping Car Reservations etc call a or address any agent of the Queen k Crescent Route or E T V G Ry W C Rinearsou G P A Cincinnati O Â¬ THROUGH CARS TO CHICAQO Porsale by J W Gaylo I formed trtdo iairk r ocpued red ltaet on mapper 7 tl tttf ukhWilX ur r - iBexsaoM FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Entered nt the post ofllco tit Frankfort Kentucky as second class mailable matter The Bridge Meeting G EO A LEWIS Editor and Pub OCTOBER 7 FRANKFORT 18US Mny Get Col J Free Delivery Sf tised letters for the week ending The Oetober Number of the October 7 1893 Allen Col Y J Green Mrs Elizea Illustrated lientuekian Brown Mm Annie Greenup Mrs Katie 2 Brown John L Contains portraits of Mrs Cynthia Brown Mrs Jane Hall Hon Result of the Itcgistrutkm Smith Burnam of Richmond Miss Barrite Miss Liz- - HeronM Mies Liz Â¬ zie zie Thirteen hundred and sixty one Hallie Ermine Rives Hopkins Brown Martin Herndon Mrs voters registered in the city on ville Miss May Nelson Nail Burgess Mrs Ma- - Marprarett ry Johnson Miss El- Tuesday divided as follows Louisville Miss Nellie Orbison Bryant Samuel S len Henry S FIRST WARD of this city Miss Lillie Norris Blackwell W Hen- - JacksonLiddies Jones Coovert Miss Voglers Store Democrats Lucas Thos R rietta Cynthiana Also of the John Chinoult George McDonald Mrs Republicans 112 Marshall Chapter of Daughters of Clarke Jo T Jennie Re- Â¬ Bridge Democrats 170 Martin MisB Liz American Revolution at Louis- Â¬ Cox Johnson zie Carr Richard publicans 49 ville Mrs Pope Mrs Buckner Cook William E Offutt Mrs Mag SECOND WARD Mrs MacGregor Mrs Eaches and Dorsey Mrs Do- - gie S P Porter cia Market House Democrats 2 15 Mrs Reynolds Also of George Dillingham Thos Smith John H Stringfellow MisB Republicans 128 Mrs Florence Davis William Dunlap Potts Edwards Miss Kate THIRD WARD Sharp Miss Fran- Emme Griffith Miller Rev Roger H Fields Mrs Eliza cea Court House Democrats 146 Peters W S Bell Lena Phillips Ferguson Miss Talley George Republicans 49 Mag Thomas Joseph Nicholasville Jesse Williams Fra Fetter Miss Mar- - Williams Miss Gas House Democrats 188 zier Cynthiana Fashions New Gertrude tha Republicans 177 Warfleld Albert stories sketches Greenup M i ss John Walch Co advertisements Sixteen of those registered fail- Worlds Fair Miss Hiblers new Gertrude When calling for these letters say ed to give their party affiliation story society etc etc J M Saffkll P M advertised Â¬ Crntcher of Bcllc point has been endeavoring for sometime to secure free postal delivery for his village and wrolc to Senator Lindsay upon the subject some days ago asking that he General Postmaster sec the and endeavor to have an ad ditional carrier appointed for this city whose duty it should be to deliver the mails over in Belle point He received a letter from the Senator on Thursday in which he said he would give the matter his personal and prompt attention and see what could be done This will be a great convenience to the residents of that thriving suburb and should Col Crutcher be successful the people of his town should show their appreciation of his efforts in their behalf by electing him Mayor emeritus for it was due largely to his efforts that a floor is being laid in the railroad bridge and he is the moving spirit in the effort to have that bridge made free of toll when it is completed and is always a warm advocate of everything which tends to the advancement and improvement of the Point N Â¬ Â¬ The mass meeting held at the Court House Monday afternoon ftt to take action looking to making rr f anEW mmc w t amrs N railroad bridge free of puLrr the L i fmmmvfcm toll was well attended Dr E ivhSaV E Hume was made chairman and M 9Mfi Mr John B Drydcn secretary 7v After listening to several speeches J a ccunmittce was appointed to preNVKZ V7IM2 hix m pare a memorial to the County wsri rjsamNamm r Court and the meeting adjourned OJSTJS The following is the paper prepared by the committee for pre- Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs in taken it is pleasant sentation to the Court and refreshing to the taste and acts To the Honorable Franklin County pently yet promptly on the Kidnes SJpflltSg msir -j x J w L EODMAI SON w rn fl rj VSMf EVERi m Best Indigo Blue Calico Best Colored Calico Good Canton Flannel Good Bed Ticking Yard Wide Brown Cotton Yard Wide Bleached Cotton Good Comfort -- m ay iVriT ijzr ysmm ENJOYS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ at the Court House on Monday the under October the 2d inst signed committee respectfully report to your honorable body that it was the unanimous sentiment of that convention that the County Court should take such steps as would secure to the public the free N Railroad use of the L Bridge crossing the Kentucky river at Frankfort which your committee arc advised could be done by the countys maintaining at small cost the floorway on said bridge John W Mastin Chm Â¬ cleanses the sys tem effectually dispels colds head Â¬ Pursuant to the instructions of a cures large body ofcitizens of Franklin aches and fevers and of Figshuhitjml constipation is the This is the lowest Syrup price ever made on these goods County in convention assembled only kind Court Liver and Bowels Â¬ cents cents cents 1 0 cents 5 cents 5 cents 95 cents 5 5 5 A large stock of v vr A- a Â¬ Â¬ remedy of its ever pro duced pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach prompt in its nciion and truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and SI bottles by all leading drug Â¬ gists 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 Â¬ Â¬ Dry Goods cheaper than ever known T X Sep V 3m BODMA2T soar w HARDIE DRUGGIST KY fin M Â¬ HALLS OLD STAND FRANKFORT We keep a fall line of DRUGS AND PATENT ---- J N Crutcher W C Bryant SAN FRANCISCO CAL LOUISVILIS KK NEW YORK MEDICINES C NY And cordiallv ask our friends to give usa call John H Moore Â¬ W L Pence Chas F Exum Committee Advertised ILcttcrs nt Frankfort Kentucky Below will be found a list of adver- Â¬ W McKEE HARDIE -- L GAYLE i H H wwR MB 6b Pi 11 all eW Hi mM ffi28 HURSEY DEALERS IN Vi Wagons C arriages and OF uggies in arming Implements MANUFACTURERS Hand Made Harness and Horse Goods 232 xriT stkbet nJ -- vfcW VAW M s Â¬ The total registration during three days last year was iSii and there yet remain of that number 450 to register 105 in the First ward 270 in- the Second ward and 91 in the Third ward Many of these will doubtless take advantage of the additional registration next Tuesday to have their names recorded - Â¬ Â¬ Want Free Jamcli Also FJrankhort Ky Oct 4 93 Editor Roundabout Will you kindly request the office seekers of the North Side that in the future when they propose to send free whisky and beer to some of the voters of the First Ward to please include free lunch in the donation also so that our chicken roosts will not be enClTJZEN dangered Â¬ m In Effect The separate coach law went into effect Monday and the color edvpeople traveling on the two railroads entering this city have more room than anybody as there arfyseldom more than half a dozen passengers in their coach just closed amount to 2750 hhds with receipts for tho same period of 973 hhds SaleB on our market since Jan Entitled- to Public Confidence uary 1st amount to 104357 hhds Snles of the crop of 1892 on our market to this date amount to 106313 hhds The National Bank Examiner The market for tho better grades has just made a thorough exami of burJey has been more aotive this week with a tendency to higher nation into the affairs of the State values The medium grades remain grades National Bank and upon complet- unchanged while common housing are somewhat easier The ing his work gave to the Cashier of the hurley crop has progressed during Col Chas E Hoge the following rapidly tobacco tho week and considhas been cut green erable statement which needs no com on account of tho few recent cool days and slight frost in some parts of ment the State fairly The Frankfort Ky Oct 2 1893 resent following quotations burley rep toonr market l r To Mr C E Hoge bacco 1892 cropi Dear Sir I have examined all Trash dark or damaged 4 00 3 50 tobacco the books of your bank gone 5 00 Common Colory trash 4 35 over your loans and discounts and Medium to good colory take pleasure in saying I find its 5 00 7 00 trash 5 00 management good and that it is Common lugs not colory 4 00 7 50 5 00 Common Colory lugs entitled to the confidence of the Medium to good colory public I am 8 50 7 50 lugs 9 00 Very truly Common to medium leaf 8 00 0 00 14 00 Medium to good loaf D B Plumlee 14 00 10 00 Good to fine leaf Natl Bank Examiner Select or wrappery Copy attest W H Van Winkle 10 00 26 00 tobacoo Sliilohs Curo the Great Cough and IiOUISVIIIYE TOBACCO MAR Â¬ Group Cure is for sale by us Pocket KET size contains twenty five doses only 21 25c Children lovo it rURNISHED BY GLOVER U DURRETT LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE For Sale or Rent My dwelling Sales on our market for the week house on Aim street Wf 53 tf J T Buckley Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ rea Â¬ j v j Â¬ Â¬ and maloablc Iron Will lai a litetimo They are a ltiicliii necessity lighten labor and improve the flavor of the food 3ES- - Call fliidRee tho MAJKNTlr KANGE uiiide of Steel ICOTTCnESiEt I Lawn Mowers Friends I stand at the HEAD for Hardware and on LAWN MOWERS I ts - til m t a rjy f M Consolidated Oillces train dispatcher of the Kentucky Midland has also been made1 auditor of the road relieving Mr D H Sinclair who has held the position since early in the summer v PRICES airing Xke eahr Pure Crtam of TwrUrPiwdcr Lead The Market ne yyn Mr Claude Bowles Â¬ Â¬ biPowder B00 ZEL Vjb No Ammonia NoAfatt Uied ixiMillionjitoHomci AtrlUM 40 Yeari tfct Standard Or- - ZE3l33T13n2lli9 323BKOiiDWAT Stxot u LV Wiiliiilffll Mi UiiiAAai M 1 i If If H jy BjM k 1 I B 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 fi Cassell FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT has an opening through it called FRANKFORT OCTOBER 7 1893 War la Buttle Alley A difficulty occurred in Battle Alley Monday night between George Ellison and Jake Sublctt both colored in which Sublett was The cut inthe arm by Ellison wound was not serious and Sublett was on the street the next morning Â¬ J To Xcxington N R R will sell The L round trip tickets to Lexington Ky October 7th to 14th at one fare on account Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders Association H B Logsdon Agent Â¬ A Mnnual Training licsson Purpose To teach the practical uses of the hammer the principles underlying its uses and the principles of its construction Method To induce observation and the exercise of reason and judgment by directing the pupilsj effort and by judicious questioning and to impart information which the pupil mav not be able to discover for himself It was the writers intention to arrange this lesson in the form of question andanswer but such an arrangement occupies so much space that he decided to present the matter which would be developed in class work in a more The phraselogy compact form that what is here written implies would be given as information Such however is not the case By far the greater portion would be drawn from the pupil as indicated under the heading Method The members of the class are in their respective places at the work benches with the carpenters claw hammer in their hands The hammer is a tool used genThere are erally for striking various kinds of hammers Each trade or occupation requires a hammer especially adapted to the character of the work to be done as you will discover by observing mechanics atf work You have in your hand a carpenters This hammer is used for striking nails principally and also There are two for drawing nails principal parts the handle and The handle is head the made of hard wood and the head of metal The thick portion of the handle is called the hold neck the thin portion the The form of the handle across its The handle length is elliptical is curved slightly in its length This shape is given so that one may take a firm grasp of it when The smallness of the striking neck permits the handle to spring slightly and thus to prevent a jarring of the hand when striking a heavy blow The metal used in the head is steel Steel is a fine quality of iron which may be Ordinary iron is top hardened spfrfor a hammerit would soon become bruised and misshapened The head and be unfit for use hammer Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ claw-hammer Subject The carpenters claw i i Wcv - M Ik 82 The eye is larger at the eye the end of the handle than it is where the handle enters the head OF CINCINNAT IO will be at the Metal wedges are driven so as to spread the end of the handle and make it till the eye This pre- FHOEBSTIS vents the head from flying off the IN LEXINGTON KY The handle while it is in use striking part of the hammer is Saturday October 14 1893 face Some ham- Saturday November 4 1893 called the This one Saturday November 25 1893 mers have a flat face has a curved face which gives the Saturday December 16 1893 The HEMORRHOIDS Pile cured without sargice to it name ball faced opposite end of the head is called operation and with Httl or no pain It is divided into the claw REEERENCES called claws which W McXee Hurdle Frankfort Kr two parts Frankfort Ky are separated so as to admit nails J A KScott Gober Frankfort Ky M Dr T Staten Frankfort Ky of various sizes and curved both V Berberlch Frankfort h lengthwise and crosswise so as to Rev L P Uulett Benson Ky Frankfort Ky prevent marring the surface of Atf II McClure Frankfort Ky J Hughes David Moore Benson Ky lumber when a- nail is drawn Jas JL WIthrow Frunkfoit Ky The claws catch under the head of DR KELLEYS oflloc und residence Is at 259 a nail which is partially above the West Eighth street Cluclnnatl und where he may surface into which it is driven bo found evory day of each week except SATUR Pamphlets describing these diseases DAYS the mode When pressure is applied to the andaddresblnK ot trwvttnentI sent free to any one W KhLLEY M D by 259 vr Eight bt Cincinnati 0 end of the handle the rwrtl is CONSULTATION FREE drawn The handle acts as a lever the head acts as both lever Carpenters ham and fulcrum mers vary in size This is a number 2 number 1 is larger and 3 is smaller To hold a hammer grasp the handle at the hold with the right hand the thumb of that hand extended along the top of the handle with the end of the thumb The no nting toward the head thumb is placed thus to assist in guiding the hammer and to help to increase the force of the blow There are three kinds of blows which may be struck with a hammer light blows medium blows and heavy blows A light blow is struck by bending the wrist which raises the arm upward in lifting the hammer and downward in delivering the blow it is used The when driving small nails medium blow requires the bending of the wrist and the elbow Sept 23 tt joints which lifts the hammer higher and a straightening or a partial straightening of the arm in The heavy delivering the blow blow requires the combined action AND of wrist elbow and shoulder joints in raising the hammer and You ma HOGSHEAD FACTORY in striking the blow several light blows up now strike on the block of wood before you also scv x medium blows and a PURC1USKD THE PL13JINJ MILL HAVING tobaccj iiogsliead factory of Messrs few hard or heavy blows Congleiori Bros I am prepared to furnish x ou may now uikc a sujui vjicj nail a 4 penny and drive half its DOORS SASllt DL1NDS length into the edge ot the block flUMKS in the vise Then draw the nail SUINfifVS TURNED W0SK out with the hammer observing STA1U WORK Rethe action of the hammer JUID ALL XlXlHi OF peat the driving and drawing sevÂ¬ DR W i KELLEY CTOXXOIES are notified to preterit thelt claims to me proven as required by law Sept lG -- T-KIE THE- i LL PERSONS INDEBTED TO BKN F1IALL oecensed are beroby notified to come and settle same at once and all creditors of said II all 3 A MONON ROUTE The Direct and Popular Line t m HOTEL ft J II SWITZJR Administrator Work Worry Â¬ and Disease T are a formidable trio yet the weak person frequently has to raest all of tnem at once How can be overcome 7 The answer Is with our Cowoukd The count Oxtoxh and ours only less demonstrations of 23 years war Â¬ rant this reply Our treatment Is available for horn use neither need your occupation be Interfered with The value of the teatnres is obvious Whatnbout your need Abookofexplanatlonand proof Â¬ CHICAGO And all Points NORTH and WKST Vestibuled Trains Dining Car Services Palace Chair Cars Pullman Buffet Sleepers Aad Only First Classs Accommodations For Further Information Address S L is yours to consider If asked for now Drs STARKEY A PALEN 1529 Arcn Street Philadelphia Pa - Â¬ LOW RATES FROM ALL POINTS IN KENÂ¬ TUCKY Bryant C P A TO LOUISVILLE AND RETURN VIA WfMSiA A Chicago 111 LOUISVILLE KY OR- - Â¬ Â¬ Jas Barker G P Queen Crescent Route ON ACCOUNT OF Kentucky Midland Ry Eats Snortest and quickest between Loil Jocksy Club 1 CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT Â¬ Only direct line between Ticket on vale October 911 to 14th in Â¬ clusive good for return to to October 16tli 893 inclusive Frankfort and Paris Car Â¬ C Routo for tickCall on agents Q lisle ets and information Haysville Cyatbiana Fal Â¬ W C RINEARSON Gonl Passr Agt Cincinnati 0 mouth and Covington Â¬ tata ASK FOR TICKETS VIA KY MIDLAND fflffl puun AND TRAINS RUN aY EEHTBAL STAHDARO TIME Â¬ Louisville Southern R R Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv LY TIME TABLK MAY 27 1M3 I TRAINS S AST A No M 1 I P M No 3 p m No 7 1245 1255 FIA1OTG MILL Home S66KBTS Excursions TJ v Frankfort Summit Elkhom bwltzer stamping Ground Johnson Ceorcetovm C S Depot UUTiUl 700 7IIC Texas Ark New and Indian Territory VIA Â¬ 0riean3 And Shreveport Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Ar B Newtown Centrevllle Elizabeth Purls TRAINS WK3T aus C 711 718 729 731 742 749 76d 81G M0 346 352 400 411 418 4 24 431 502 511 515 525 I 4t0 821 830 PA Ml P 915 949 110 125 145 155 205 220 24 306 320 330 345 Oct- - 0 1893 C RlNEARSON AKOiit Uuctimatl YY Tickets on utile via Louisville or via Cincinnati Tickets Kood 10 days for return Stop overs will be allowed generally by Texas 1I1KS on the going pnssnge Cull on ucenta or paittculars C H Wqodweu D P A Louisville Ky IL Shaw T P A Cincinnati Ohio Â¬ Jenl Inssr 0 Â¬ Ar Swltzer Ar Elkliom Ar Summit Ar Krnnkfoit Ar Centervllle Ar Newtown Ar C S Depot B Ar Georgetown Ar Johnson Ar Duvull Ar StuinpitiROround i runs Ar Elizabeth c M I 1 M P M INo 2 No 4 IN08 INo18 9U6 045 bM 9V0 yw 1023 10 30 1042 1049 1105 1010 1017 A 1050 600 6W 612 630 035 64 648 655 708 715 721 730 527 463 443 749 801 812 832 905 S15 42a a 62 925 eral times 10 HK CONTINUED Finish For a Ecuso L N TIME TABLE time table ia now fc A connects with L B connects with Q C feAi I tfi W iivi T aj well hh totmcoo hoiems Fwetory one and a The following half block irom ron inactionis n 1 iiuuui noticltBd A share of nubile putronnBe effoot upon the L UCI10ATK Sept2 ly connects with K ft N ft C and C L S iu N rond WKST Effective Mav 27th and during the summer the following Sunday schtUulo will be In effect SUNDAY TRAINS a TUAIMB iLQII MQOT ftWP JOHN DRISGOLL - TH3 CAC IT WILL NOT CURE InnnmnnMnTiTiHirii inrl MTnVRTHVlP Bold by DrUMiataor wot by wall 2Sc60o and 1X0 per package Sample free Favorite TCICWSI for the Teeth and BmtluMte ML3 TOW A No231eaveaFrankfort No 17 leaves Frankfort No 21 leaves Frankfort No 10 leaven Frankfort t TBAINSXABT No 30 18 735 p m leaven am 950 a m 300 pm fi50 mixed 1 train fort No No No No X b- 1 50 Liquor Merchant X leaves Frankfort For sale by W McKce Hardie JtnM lT VA UVltie il U lull line of pure Anderson county whiskies vtlnes brundles etc 235 BROADWAY opposite Stale House IULIH OLD STAND April U tf and passengers Christiauflburg for for Lexington and points beyond Nos 23 17 and 31 oonneet at Lagraage Nos 2S and 21 eoaneot for Cincinnati at Anchorage far BloomleU Braaoh 0115 24 arrives Frankfort 866 22 leaves Frankfort No 20 will stop at Anohorag 20 leaves Frankfort m 1016 a m n 600 Frank Â¬ 443 p m pm pm leaves Frunkfoit 745 u m Georgetown 840 arrives at Paris 915 m No 3 leaves Frankfort 340 p 111 Georgetown 450 arrives tit Paris 5 25 p 111 WiMT No 0 leaves Paris 9 30 a m Georie town 1005 arrives Fraukfort 1105 n m No 4 leaves Purls 550 p niGeorcetown 630 arrlvss at Frankfort 730 p m The Kentucky Midland Railway and connections form the shortest and cheapest ronte to all points north south east and west For further Information apply to their agents No 6 11 East C D BER0AW Gen Pais Agt GEO I City Tlsket Agent HARPER Gen Supt E B WKITZKL Job work neatly exe Â¬ cuted at this office JWJI H i 7 T tTrT 1Vt SffiHKZ23C52Ka - Times Are Hard w 55 Bfc IiWP1 - t a I o Emit mi Cup HOME MADE GOODS V I 1 rr Save Your M oney o CO fa 4 HiriHPlS 03 Si r W gSS iiiiPiiiiHL nil fIeIm nttiiRlnaiIHl I wpy tflnfli IJPhmsMI H -- iHiSSSstfsauHB THIS K K U There will CAN DO S3 HkS i PPfB tt miKBiiin HMBHfflH Wi j TTJHmrWiiBfHi liiiiiiiM iinl ifWiiBaS - MY STEEL RANGE Is manufactured in Louisville Ky under my I instructions for- Frankfort trade can save you from - a HI go x 5 3p o u w ta e- 20 TO 40 PER CENT HMiEMHBBBSSgH3 H H O I be- Â¬ o - a If You are going to buy a Steel Range In the first cost Call and see my line fore you buy or i PJKL HM533BBB22S1 HETjIGIOUS 1J mXr 33 itsixumMMm 17 C2 3K L TRs V k Y be preaching to morrow morning at 11 oclock and in the evening at 730 by the pastor Rev H G Henderson Sunday school meets at 930 a m The Epworth League will convene in the class room at 7 oclock Methodist Church occupy his pulpit to morrow at in and 730 p m First Presbyterian Church Eev J McOlusky Blayney D D will 11 a j Hev Emmet McCorkhill of Clifton Torge Virginia will occupy the pul pit this morning at 11 oclock and to morrow at 11 a m and 730 p m The Sacrament of the Lords Suppe will bo administered at the morning service to morrow -- Southern Presbyterian Church I Episcopal MoOready the new reotorwill preach lis introductory sermon to morrow morning at 11 oclock and also conduct the evening service at 730 services at the Church of the Good Shepherd to morrow will be con Â¬ ducted by Rev Father W E Gorey the pastor Figh mass at 8 a m low mass at 10 a m and vespers at 330 p m Church Rev R L Â¬ Catholic Church The usual k lor the pastor will conduct the usual services to morrow morning at 11 And Baptist Church at 730 p m Rev W 0 Tay Â¬ Sunday school at 930 a m in the kapel 6 vices by Rev George Darsie the pasto view The use of the switch that was tor at 11 and 730 brought from the wildwood Morning Subject Using What We And various punishments most of Have Night subject The Ohistian us knew Endeavor Movoment what it means But saddest of all is the thought of Young Peoples Society of Chris Â¬ the pill box room at That mother brought out when she tian Bndoavor in the lecture thought we were ill 50 O the griping the aching the twistÂ¬ ing and torment 2 Wrapped up in the horrible old ter Jim Dudleys Job fashioned pill To But thats all done away with Removed the Hails Mr Jas G Dudley late teller regulate the stomach liver and bowels Dr Pierces Pellets excel at the Bank of Kentucky in this Youll experience no pain no dis- Â¬ The Street Car Company find Children city who resigned in July and re- Â¬ comfort no bad results take them as readily as peppermint ing that portion of their road on moved to Chicago has been made drops Â¬ Â¬ Christian Church Regular ier Though rates in particular cases have been reduced or increased the books do not show this care less ch rks in preceding years hav ing failed to make the proper entries To get an idea of the outstanding accounts for the entire office it was necessary that each of the 34 clerks should make balances on their books and report it to the chief clerk He then was able to tell the total outstanding accounts found lt thathis aggre gate of accounts seldom agreed with other books in the office and seldom if ever with the cashiers books Supt Crossette noticed this as soon as be entered upon the duties of the office and succeeded in con vincing the commissioner of public works that a new system of bookkeeping should be inaugurat- ed Last month J G Dudley was en an expert accountant gaged to cievise some system oi bookkeeping which should place the affairs of the office on a busi The scheme was ness like basis perfected to the satisfaction of the superintendent and of the commissioner of public works and was put in operation yesterday morn ing Under it the chief bookkeeper opens an account with each ward and the clerks at the collection windows are required to report fully their transactions at the end of each days business In this way it will be possible at any time to tell the exact condition of the office How sad to our hearts are some scenes of our childhood As our recollections present them Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ V A GAINES L B MARSHALL selves as feeling all right and did had passed not realize what they He also controlled the through beating of a subjects heart run Â¬ ning it up to 120 beats per min- Â¬ ute and down to 96 in the course But the most of three minutes convincing test of the evening was that of extracting a tooth from Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a Real estate bought sold or leased one of his subjects while in the share of the insurance patronage After the subject A good line of both city and country property for sale at all times hypnotic state was sufficiently under control he OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET invited Dr Trainor upon the stage which was a to pull the tooth very bad one He soon relieved the subject of the molar No blood flowed which would have FARM OF 101 ACRES ON GOOD TURNPIKE FINE FARM OF 210 ACRES FINELY Lo- Â¬ been the case had the subject been proper Â¬ good B MARHSALL CO Real Estate and Insurance Ags FOR SALE FOR SALE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ miles trom Franktort This After the A cated 8 miles from Frankfort a on a resi A ioaU 2usual necessary Improvements and ty has the brick turnpike road upon which there Is or rooms and make a It Is rooms gentleman had been restored to dence of 5necessaryu tenement oi four This land Is woulddesirably good dilryand stock farm excellent very Is In an Improvements located nil other Improvements neighborhood state of cultivation the In consciousness he stated that he urea highlino condition and In order to make a In experienced no pain whatever and quick sale will be offered at a bargain did not know the tooth was out It would until he had been told be a good thing if every dentist FROM FARM OF 253 ACRES 8 A Frankfort on a good turnpikeMILES with to-a road and doctor understood how to use residence of ti rooms 2 tenement houses 2 this wonderful power as it could bacco and stock barns beslde all other neces FARM OF 100 125 OR 150 ACRES 8 MILES sary Improvements Improvements be used in all kinds of surgery A from Franklort on a good turnpike road Including the fencing All of theproperty ore new on this and tt in five with residence tenement houses stocknecessary and In ilrst cluss condition This farm has a and Prof Lee claims that bucco barns apple orchard and other immtlty ot line tobacco laud and would also make This lund Is improvements years it will be a universal knowl an grass and will make a goodmostly Inortimber a first class stock farm It also has a young stock peach orchard oi a thousand trees besides other tobacco edge as it can be acquired by al- farm It Is offered at a bargain fruit most everyone The house will undoubtedly be packed every FOR SALE night this week and no one should miss these wonderful entertainGOOD TURNPIKE Daily Ind ments Bedford OF COL J STODDARD RESIDENCE A FARM 8OF 180 ACRES ON road miles from Frankfort This proper Â¬ Shelby street now occupied by ty has moderate Improvements but Is well Johnston on Democrat Possession given ubout cated Is In u good neighborhood and would make Mrs L B Longmoor 1st of December a very desirable home This mesmerist will be seen in in a normal condition FOR SALE 1 FOR SALE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ JU A Â¬ Â¬ FOR RENT FOR SALE GARDEN FARM OF ACRES m a 1 lo- Â¬ m fk Frankfort soon A Leader Since its first introduction Electric Bitters has gained rapidly in popular favor until now it is clearly in the lead among pure medicinal tonics and alteratives containing nothing which permits its use as a beverage or intoxicant it is recognized as the best and purest medicine for all ail Â¬ ments of Stomach Liver or Kidneys It will cure Sick Headache Indiges tion Constipation and drive Malaria from the system Satisfaction guar Â¬ anteed with each bottle or the money Prico only f50o will bo refunded per hottlo Sold by P H Carpen Â¬ FOR SALE A 5 i GARDEN FARM OF FIVE ACRES WITH WELL IM 122 residence of five rooms and other Improve Â¬ proved located on a good turnpike road 3 ments at Thorn Hill This property will be sold miles from Frankfort at a bargain A Wfl i FOR SALE A FRAME COTTAGE OF THREE ROOMS lot 50 by 150 feet on Short street South FOR RENT A FRAME COTTAGE OF SEVEN ROOMS ON M vi V S Conway street South Side This property Is Hi Side To u desirable party with a small amount of cash could arrange to sell on easy weekly good repair and we are authorized to rent lt at 15 per month payments L J B MARSHALL CO VtJ K at the water best cures Its thousands In speaking of advertisements of for are theSages Dr the Chicago Catarrh Remedy 50 cents by drug- his appointment gists Times of Tuesday October 3 says The Famous Mesmerist inAn important reform was Fun was fast and furious at the augurated yesterday in the water Hereafter business there Opera House last night when office is to be conducted on a business Prof Lee succeeded in controling basis and books will- be kept to Walter Judah Will Jackson Park show exactly the condition of af Judah and several other young These entertainments get fairs at the close of each days men those of any of the more amusing and interesting business as do large commercial houses of the each evening as they progress Three subjects were placed in the city From the time of inception the cateleptic condition two of thtm water office has never had a book- were placed with their head on keeper The only attempt at one chair and their feet upon an keeping books has been by the other the third subject was then window clerks who preside over placed across the other two Then the books pertaining to the par- the professor stepped upon the ticular wards These books have top and assumed an upright posiheen for vears coDied from the tion showing how much weight books of the preceding year all the body can bear when in this After they were the errors and mistakes of years condition the new books awakened they expressed them- creeping into chief bookkeeper office in that city Broadway would be useless to them have removed the rails and relaid them on the South Frank ford extension Fine Furniture - W ttt A M M Â¬ - Â¬ fix sPPMD Cnro Consumption ConghCrotjp Sore on a Guarantee Throat Sold by all DrtiKnisUSblloha Porout For a Lame Side BackorChent Platter will give great satisfaction as cent Mrs T 8 Hawkins HHHHi Price 75 eta VITALIZE SHILOHSCbattnnoogajTenniyB J COMPLETE STOCK Of all the Newest and Prettiest Patterns In order to make room for our large stock of Fall gooids we will offer special VJl a 12 X 3 i A fl V Â¬ Â¬ trouble ltexoela HILOHVATARRH REMEDY HaveyouCatarrhl Try thto Kerned Â¬ Â¬ It will - orioriwuopuwJan28lT HALLS ffoarantee to givo satisfaction ri a LOW PRICES R ROGERS mt For sale by W McKee Hardie OLD STAND SON uw I jVi 7 J V fl K J Preparatory to Changing Our Location jEXarlrjr will defy competition both in price and quality of goods TEJ T7nTZXjIj DISPOSE OP And UTall and will SAVE THEM OTTIR STOCK OP w MONEY We ask our friends to calb before purchasing as we will make it to their interest We enumerate below a few of the items we carry in stock W Mixed Paints Brushes Glass 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 1 Cor Main and Lewis Streets FOR CITY OFFICES C Pg 31 M A COLLINS Opposite the Farmers Bank ti ft Nino singles Berry and R Church won 32 Nino singles Shenkle won is the result of the The Republican Ticket Named Following 33 Nine singles Berry Avon nnd tlie Probable Demo Â¬ shooting tournament held Wednes34 Nine singles R Church won cratic Candidates day and Thursday 35 Nine singles Berry won 36 Nine singles R Church and FIRST DAY REPUBLICAN 1 Six singles Orutcher won Shenkle divide By authority of the Republican 2 Nine singlos J Mastin nnd The Seasons Slioot City Executive Committee the Crutcher divide 3 Nine singles J Mastin Crutcher following persons are named to be The shooting season of the voted for at the ensuing city and Shinkle divide 4 Nine singlos Mastin won Spring Hill Gun Club closed on election 5 Nine singles T Church and Friday evening of last week and For Mayor V Berberich Mastin divide the following is the average of the 6 Nine singles Mastin won For Police Judge John W 7 Nine singles Dr Dade won members Jenkins 8 Three live birdi Dr Dade and W K For Prosecutor of the City Mastin divide 3 to o cs Court John L Scott jr 9 Three live birds T Church won p d fS 10 Three live birds Mastin won City Marshal W S t For 11 Three live birds Mastin broth 0 J C Mastin 660 522 138 790 Morris ers divide R L Crutcher 540 426 114 788 FOR C0UNC1LMEN W H Dade 450 768 346 104 12 Three live birds Williams won a j G T Church 600 768 441 139 13 Three live birds Orutcher won First Ward Jacob Swigert C Geo Shenkle 680 748 447 221 14 Nine singles Herndon won C Furr Samuel R Smith and Huston Wood 420 309 111 735 li ft 15 Nino singles Herndon and Mas U Mangan 600 4 18 269 331 fGeorge A Lewis 360 R Ohurch 269 91 747 tin divide L W Mastin 450 287 163 637 Second Ward M P Gray R 16 Five pairs Mastin won Mr John C Mastin won the W McReryVL H Finnell and 17 Live birds Mastin and T medal for the season after a hard Church divide John W Milam 18 Live birds Mastin and T fight with Mr R L Crutcher I Third Ward B C Milam R Qhurch divide K McClure H H Watson and 19 Live birds Herndon and R who was in the lead up to the last match when Mr Mastin Chas L Weitzel Church won 41 20 Live birds Tom Church won pulled away and won by a narrow By authority 21 Live birds Berry and R Church 4 A B Hammond margin won m Sccy pro Urn rx 22 Live birds Hale won Admitted the Facts Candidates for members of the 23 Nine singles Dr Dade won Newspaper editors have to be very Board of Education will be named 24 Six singles Holten won 25 Nine singles Dr Dade and T careful in opening their columns for later statements But aware that the Dr Church divide Miles Medical Co are responsible DEMOCRATIC 26 Nine singles Mastin won we make room for the following tes Â¬ The following gentlemen will 27 Nine Bingles Mastin and Dr timonial from R McDougallAuur Ind who for two years noticed a be candidates for nomination at Dade divide stoppage or skipping of the pulse his 28 Nine singles Mastin won art prepared W loft side got so tender he coetd mot Ib ont of tki b Ht hi fht Stat ted the Democratic primary election 29 Match between Dr Dade and T lie on it his heart fluttered he was which is to be holden the 19th Church Church won alarmed went to different doctors out on ihort notion one bottle of Dr inst 30 Match between Dr Dade and T found no relief bat Miles1 New Heart Care ouredhim For Mayor Judge Ira Julian Ohurch Church won The elegant book New and Start Â¬ 31 Twenty four singles Mastin ling Facte free at J W Gayles It and ex Mayor Lewis Mangan tells all about heart and nervous disÂ¬ won 3 Police Judge Wm C Hern eases an many wonderful cores 32 Match between Dr Dade and don Dick Ohurch Dade won Had Three Feet SECOND DAY Prosecutor of the City Court T P Tremere and Harry G Rod 1 Six singles Herndon won A duck was received at the 2 Nine singles Dr Dade won man Adams Express Office on Monday 3 Nine singles Shenklo won City Marshal B B Jeffers P 4 Nine singles R Ohurch and which had three feet the third Shenkle divide A Fuhs and Albert Kirtley one growing out at the back of X 5 Five pair Shenkle won FOR COUNCILMEN the head The toes and web were 6 First Ward J B Utterback won Five pair R Ohurch and Dade well developed and the foot an t George Salender Jesse Williams inch or so long 7 Live birds Orutcher won m 8 Live birds Church brothers di- Â¬ David Nicol Geo C Drane Jas X X X X 2 X Neat Souvenirs vide Heeney Ben Marshall and W J 9 Live birds Tom Church won Hughes Messrs Weitzel ODonnell 10 Live birds Dade and T Ohurch X X X X X X X Second Ward Pat Newman divide yesterday presented every one of X X X X P C Sower O R Crutcher 11 Livs birds Crutcher and Hern Â¬ X X X X X X X their lady customers with a hand- Â¬ Oscar Herancourt P H New Â¬ don divide 12 Live birds Orutcher and Hern Â¬ some aluminum pen holder as a man Chas Ellwanger John E souvenir of the Worlds Columbi- Â¬ don divide Miles and Wm Craik Â¬ 13 Nine singles Shenkle and Hernan Exposition of 1893 Pruetr don divide Third Ward J W 14 Nino singles Shenkle Crutcher James Rodman R P Pepper jr Guaranteed Cure and Herndon divide W F Nickles L Tobin John 15 Nino singles Mastin won We authorize our advertised drug Â¬ B Lindsey John W Gaines and 10 Five pair Mastin won gist to soil Dr Kings New Dis Â¬ MiBtin and T covery for Consumption Coughs and 17 Nino single S Fuhs Colds upon this condition If you Ohurch divide DOARD OF EDUCATION nroafllicked with a Cough Cold or 18 Nino singles OwBley any Lung Throat or Chest trouble First Ward Dr U V Wil Â¬ 19 Nino singles Shenkle won won and will uso this remedy aa directod liams John Will Johnson T M JO Mastin and giving it u fair trial and experience Nine tingles no benefit you may return tho bottle Turner J N Miles Crutcher divide and have your money refunded Blank Books of eil kinds gotten up in tho highest style of 21 Live birds Mastin and R Wo oould not make this offer did wo Second Ward G T Blackley not know that Dr Kings Now Dis OW Books and Musio bound at lowest rates tko art Jok W T Reading W S Dehoney Ohurch divide cov ry could be relied on It nevef 22 Live birds Orutcher won S E James Trial bottles free at 23 Nino singles Urutohor and Mas disappoints Phil Oakpentebb Drug Store Wtrk f all kinds solicited Third Ward Jason Case Jas tin divide Largo uizu 50c and J1 00 2 24 Five pnir Mastin won H Graham James Rodman D 25 Nino singles Shenklo and Mas L Haly S31C20 tin divide There is strong talk on the Buys a No 1 or 2 Rambler with 20 Nino singles Crutchor andOws non nllpping corrugated tires fully of a third or citizens ticket ly divide streets warranted Roberts agent composed of six Democrats and 27 Nine singles Crutohcr won six Republicans being placed in 23 Nino singles Shonklo and T IADIE3 Nee Jin a tonic or children who want build the field and between the three a Churoh divide lim un eliDiilil take good set of officers for the city i 29 Nino RlngW Mastin won BROWNS IUON ttlTTRRS It Li plwwunt euros Miliaria lmilnestloi certainly ought to be selected 30 Nino ninnies Mastin won llllloiuuess llvcr uomplaluts uU Scumli Â¬ The Tournament THE ROUNDABOUT M THE PEOPLES PAPER CD i SO Everybody takes it Everybody reads -- i Jl it t WW Subscription Only 1 Per Year 1 - Our Job EPARTMENT ttt tun n Y Y i Av XsX - XXX a BINDERY All work promptly executed and satisfaction guaranteed LrUutJfeitaljrJ QbBKS kxjji 1 Ak v HHsmm 8 4 I CIUTEKI First in the Field J First in Fabric Fit Finish and Fashion X mwrwniwww mm nffMcnawnMrni mm September 1ms come and gone The season seems backward We have studied the hard times question Carefully t and know the housq thatv go to Fall Suits and Overcoats 5 Does business this fall must Work in earnest nnt A i We have decided 750 10 1 15 20 and 25 Upon immidiate action and will at tOnce close our large stock of shoes The best values for your Money in this country Be sure and visit our great l Put prices on them -- b 1 C never s Before reached late in the season SALE BEGINS AT ONCE V Hat and Furnishing Departments Whilean the city THE LARGEST AND BEST Stock of Shoes for Ladies Men Boys Misses and Children ever Before shown by us CRUTCHERSTARKS The largest clothiers south of the Ohio River WE MUST gfoaa ii ii HAVE 3SZ2T- - CASH Cl LLtCHeiT 2vjJX2T STEEIEO iwnitaii r3i m ma m i a iir pmih q lEiRnKIlFOZRT Fair StSLrlES ANNOUNCEMENTS Oyster Supper The young ladies of the South- Â¬ C Moore and will in a few days return to her home in the Sunny Pryor has sold her farm to John THE LAKE ROUTE TO THE WORLD5 FAIIJ VIA PICTURESQUE MACKINAC The New South and the Worlds ern Presbyterian church will give an oyster supper at the residence of Dr U V Williams on Steel street on Tuesday evening next October io Tne price of admission will be but 25 cents and there will be other attractions beside the supper which everyone should see South fir i f costing 300000 each and aro guaranteed to be the grandest largest safest and fastest Bteamers on the Lakes speed 20 Â¬ miles per hour running time between Cleveland Toledo and Chicago less than 50 hours Four tripB per week between Â¬ Toledo Detroit Alpena Mackinac Petos Dally trips between key and Chicago Detroit and Cleveland during July and August double daily service will be a daylight ride across Lake all the requirements experience Erie Daily service between Cleveland lienson First class stateroom and hunesty and reliability accommodations and menu and exceed Dank Hard times are passing away ingly low Round Trip Rates The pala tial equipment the luxury of the appoint Right smart of money floating Unsolicited ments makes traveling on these steamers about All of which is due to thoroughly enjoyable Send for illusLaz Hulette the popular tobacco The following testimonial came to trated pamphlet Address A A Schantz A Detroit agent Laz is helping the boys us Kenyon Thomas Go Adams 8 P Detroit Mich Cleveland Steam Nav 0 N Y Gentlemen For the past two out considerably years I have Buffered terribly with Against Accident Â¬ main-tained-givi- is with we give her up for good neighbor and a a perfect lady in every sense of the word Well It seems to be the universal sentiment of this commun ity to have that old and tired wheel hoise Hon Dan Moore to succeed himself as the model He has Squire of the county It Avoid the heat and dust by traveling much regret on the Floating Palaces of the Detroit she was a Cleveland Steam Navigation Company Two new steel passenger steamers have kind friend just been built for this Upper Lake route Put-in-B- ay Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- -- i I Sowing Wheat and housing to Dacco is all the rage hereabouts Messrs John C and Stoddard Moore have the boss tobacco crop in this neck of the woods John C is a hustler The new Benson church has been finished and is now ready for dedication L P Hulette is erecting a magnificent tobacco barn Bro Garrett Reed preached at Benson Church last Sunday a very acceptable sermon Mrs Mary Stockton has built a fine residence in this town and will occupy it in a short time We extend to her a hearty welcome into our midst Prof S A Hulette is conducting the Benson Academy to the satisfaction of all Shorty Polsgrove says he will be a married man before winter comes John Hamilton has just completed a splendid residence and had it painted in the highest style Wm Roberts the of the art model painter of Frankfort being the artist The widow of the late J P Â¬ Â¬ During what doctors call eczema this time I have consulted several physicians and used a number of well known remedies but could get qo relief until finally I was urged to give your remedies a trial I cannot say enough in praise of them At present I am an well aa Trevor was in my life and owemy sincere thanks to you for Dr Hales Household Oint ment and Tea Any one doubting the fiincority of this testimonial will confer a favor by addrossing very N J MgNabb ruly youra Leominster Maes These remedies are for sale at 25o and 50c at P H Caspenxea drag Â¬ Insure A 3000 accident for seven days can by any gentleman or from Jacob Swigert fc policy good be obtained lady for 1 Co 51 41 My house Main street at present on West occupied by Col Corbetts family Possession given immediately Mrs VV B RodmaK 52 tf For Sale or Rent Btore Uueklenb Arnica Salve The best salve in the world for Guts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rhoum Fever Sores Tetter Chapped HandB Chilblains Corns and all Skin Eruptions and positively cures Piles or It is guaranteed to no pay required give satisfaction or money refunded Price 25 cents per box For sale by Â¬ Pasturage I have plenty of fresh grass and good water one and a fourth miles from Frankfort upon which I will take a limited number of 8 ly cattle For terms apply to me at Phil Carpenter Telegraph office Weston Union Dr llalen Household Ointment Frankfort Chas Newton Is the finest remedy in the world Sept 30 tf It absolutely cures catarrh It cures San Captain Sweeney U S A Diego Oal Bays Shilobs Catarrh Remedy is the first modicine I have ever louna time wouia ao me any Price 50 cents McKee Hardie good Sold by W 21 Â¬ BROWNS IRON BITTERS digestion Debility cures Dyspepsia in Â¬ Cures Neuralgia and Rheumatism Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum Cures in the most soothing manner Inflamed and Grunulated Eyolids Can bo Cures Coughs and Colds taken internally A fcositivo Bpeciuo for pneumonia OuijjS Bruises Burns Chilblains Sores or long standing Corns and Bunions are cured quickly different from all olo superior to all else it has no equal -- 0 ana sue boxes Largo size cheapest Sold at Carpen 8 teus drug store and Dixons line and typical South- Â¬ erners easily distinguishable in the immense throng by the graceful military bearing of the gentlemen and the rare beauty of the ladies are to be met in great numbers on the Exposition grounds in the corridors of the leading hotels and at the various social gatherings in the Worlds Fair City To a largo extent the success of the Fair depends upon the Southern people the Board of Managers ex pect hundreds of thousands of peo ple from South of the Ohio river to attend the Exposition and from present indications they will not be disappointed The railroads aro making extensive preparations to take care of the people and their comfort enrouto is fully assured The Big Four Route which is the only line making connection in Cen tral Union Station Cincinnati with through trains of the E T V G Queen Orescent Route Louisville Nashville R R Kentucky Central Ry and Chesapeake Ohio Ry Naturally forms the popular outlet for Southern travel and to accommodate the business five elegant vestlbuled trains with parlor cars sleeping cars dining cars and elegant coaches are run daily from Cincinnati to Chicago stopping at xuiaway fiaisance tnci Main Entrance to the AVorlds Fair GOth St Hyde Park 51st St 39th St 22d St and running into tho new 12th St Station on the Lake Front All the Worlds Fair hotels and boarding houses aro located adjacent to the Big Four stations and passen Â¬ gers via the popular line avoid tho long tiresome transfer across the city necessary by all other lines from Cincinnati There is positively no other lino landing passengers at the stations named and as it affords in addition to tho comfort and con Â¬ venience a great saving of time and expense allthe South who contem- a trip to the Worlds Fair should e sure to ask for tickets via the Big Four Route For full information address D B MARTIN General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ No section of the country East We nre uutuorlzed to announce L J COX a North or West is taking a greater in- Â¬ candidate for re election as Representativeus of terest in the Worlds Fair at present Franklin county In the next Legislature subject 44 tf than that portion lying south of Mason to tlie notion i f the Democratic party For Representative For Senator t0 announce Hon fiTRPHKNSllVnf tTnrnni- - nn iff for Sfiintnr from rhU ilNrrini- umM Hon of the Democratic p irty W W 111 i rUTfr ttlNl to announce Mr LEWIS MAMxAN as a candidate for Mayor of Frankfort at tho next election sabjeet to the action of the Democratic party j uly 22 te For Police Judge We are authorized to announce V C HERN DON as a candidate tor Police Judge of the City of 1 rankfort subject to the action of the Demo Â¬ cratic party For Mayor VSA For Superintendent Scl tools oT Public JJro Nrlzed to announce Miss LUCY i TTIE as a candidate for fcuperlntendent of Public Schools tor Franklin county subject to the action of the Democratic party An 2G to For City Mnralml Wo aro authorized to nmioimce B B JEFFERS as n candldite for re election to the olflce of City Marshal subject to the action of the Democratic party WM CROMWELL ATTORN EY-AT-LA- W XtJBAL FRACTICB m THE CODBT8 Of WILL anWIn J th adjoining counties aaft will tleo giro fpAclal attention to the purohaw and sal ol real eatatt collection rrntl lalot uw iviwhimwh VI IU4U1 ESTATE AGENT 1 ffmnrMivMr Fine milE JL Farmjor Rent DUDLEY FARM ADJOINING CITT limits on the JeorKetown pike containing 2G5 acres largo residence tobacco barn ana stables Splendid dairy and tobacco farm Posgesslon lven March 1st lbJI For particu Â¬ lars upply to FRANK CIIINN Julj22 tf Fniukfort Ky W J CHINN JR Miles Nerve and Liver Pills ATTMHfMT AT SiAW Will practice in all State Courts Of fice second floor Custom House for 25 cents Samples free at J WGaylee Frankfort Ky 45 ly 50 doBes ohildron Aot on a new prinoiplo regulating the liver atomaoh and bowels though the nerves A now dieoovery Dr Miles Pills speedily cure biliousness bad taste torpid liver piles constipa T tion Splendid for men women and Â¬ Sheep for Sale RAVE Smallest mildest surest time Also a few Shropshire und South Down bucks that I will sell cheap SOUTH TRIMDLK auu20 tf Forks of Klkhtrn Ky X class ewes which FOR 8ALE 100 I will HEAD Or FIRST seltyn dx month ttkk