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The VOL XVII THE COUNCIIi fSf Peamfoet Eotodabout A w- - GEO A LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advanoe NO 6 FBANOOET KY SATUEDAY 0CT0BEE and seven 7 men Further consideration of the matter was postponed until next Tuesday night The council then adjourned Â¬ Â¬ 14 1893 a te IV HC Bf ai bk serf tion of Fielding Lewis license be postponed during good behavior What vraa Done at tho Regular He also called the attention of the Meeting Tuesday Evening council to the Boulevard road Tuesday October io 93 The chairman stated that said road Present -- President Milam Court belonged to the county and the cilmen Ellwanger Furr Gray J city had no jurisdiction in the mat E Miles J N Miles Swigert and tert The vote was then taken a sec- Watson AKcnf rmmrSlman MrfMnrr - ond time on revoking the license v at The minutes of tHe last meet of Fielding Lewis and it stood yeas 7 nays o ing were read and approved The ordinance allqwing the Waggoner Petition of A H asking a rebate on his taxes Re Water Company the right to two pipes across the new bridge was ferred to finance committee Steffee read a second time and passed Petition of Boicourt asking a rebate on their license the amendment by Mayor Tobin Yeas 7 having been withdrawn Referred to license committee Petition of T G Daly- - asking nays o Mr J E Miles from the workfor a saloon license the saloon to be opened in the room formerly house committee stated that the The buildings at the workhouse needed occupied by Ed Claasscn petition was referred to the license new roofs The matter was referred to the workhouse commitcommittee The matter in relation to paying tee Mr Ellwanger reported the fact the bank of America certain comwas referred to the that the city physician had received missions no salary and the matter should Mayor for adjustment Judge Williams appeared before be attended to Mr Watson moved that the the council and asked that further action in the matter of the revoca- - clerk be directed to draw his warrant for all salary due Dr Geo W Adopted Chinnt as such Mr Swigert from the gas committee reported the ordinance in relation to allowing the Electric Street Car Company the right to furnish electricity for power heat ing c The ordinance was re ferred back to the committee to be Twenty large cases of new and desirable goods were received last reported at next meeting Mr Swigert moved that the week amongst them a beautiful Jinc of city tax books remain in the hands of the Treasurer one month long- DRESS GOODS In all shades at prices ranging er Adopted Prices Mr Swigert moved that a gas from 121c to 75c a yard guaianteed to be as low as you lamp be placed on North St Clair can buy them for in New York street and one near Dunigan also a beautiful line of Hercules Nicols mill at Cross and Fowler braids which are streets Adopted ALL THE RAGE Mr Ellwanger moved that In black navy blue brown Marshal Jeffers be allowed his wine and green Trimming silks cornrmssipn or tne Congleton and velvets in all shades and Bros and J C- Peden taxes prices Eiderdown packings for ladies and childrens wear pressed Adopted Mr Swigert offered an ordiand striped flannels in all colors flannel skirtings heavy all wool nance in relation to making new plaid flannels all colors and sidewalk on and the widening of stripes in Second street from Bridge street GINGHAMS up to and including the city Referred to school property Double face and figured canton flannels beautilul design in street committee Mr J N Miles offend an orcretons a new line of lace cur tainS portieres and chenile table dinance creating a sinking fund and covers in all sizes and styles defining its duties The ordinance Angora and fur trimmings muffs after being read was adopted and collars lor children in fancy Councilman Watson moved that of white Ladies muffs in black the city clerk be instructed as low as 40c to notify the Inspector of oil to Child ascertain if possible the cause of caps and the bad illuminating power of the booties Hoods cloaks in long for infants or coal oil being sold in this city and short for children Also a full if the oil is of an inferior grade line 6f union suits for any size to have the sale of jt stopped child and underwear of all kinds Remember that Adopted for everybody The Marshal was instructed to I am headquarters for everything have the fences which arc on an this Jine the street removed from the hwest side of Wilkinson street im To the gentlemen If you are mediately in need of anything in underwear The usual monthly account hose handkerchiefs gloves isuspenders and shirts just give were then allowed Mr J N Miles offered an ormc one trial on prices and quality then you will be convinced that I dinance to regulate elections and sell the best of goods for the least defining the boundaries of Wards Remember rmoneyin Kentucky the number of councilmen with the place qualifications the number of officers with their salary and duties The ordinance was read and the blank as to the number of police 3NO 319 MAIN STREET NEAR STATE was filled by making it a chief NATIONAL BANK I Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Report A Sad Accident Mr Llewellyn Gaines accom- Â¬ panied by his couisin Miss Mary Will Shelton drove into town Sunday afternoon from their homes on the Peaks Mill pike to obtain some ice for a sick Baking Powder ABSOUSIEUT PURE Declared tho Democratic Nominee At a meeting of the Democratic County Committee of Franklin County held October 7 Miss Lucy Pattie being the only announced candidate for Superintendent of County Schools due notice of same having been given by advertise- Â¬ ment as required by primary elec tion law Miss Lucy Pattie is hereby declared the regular nomi- Â¬ nee of the Democratic party to be voted for at November election 1893 By order of the committee B T wviwi Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HUB neighbor and went to the brewery Mr Gaines drove into the brewery yard got out of the buggy and and went into the house to get the ice leaving Miss Shelton to hold the horse Just as he returned and was about to get into the buggy again the horse took fright and started to run In going out the gate he made a sudden turn upsetting the vehicle and throwing Miss Shelton out She alighted on her head being rendered un- Â¬ conscious and was carried into the residence of Mr W A Howard where she remained in that condition until Tuesday when she revived sufficiently to recognize the members of her family and has been slowly improving since The outer table of the side of her skull was dented but it is not thought trepanning will be necessary The horse continued to run until the buggy was torn to pieces Â¬ Â¬ present tower sketch drawing for which has been prepared in re Â¬ sponse to a letter of the 2nd inst from Hon W C P Breckinridge requesting an estimate of the cost of the proposed improvement that he may introduce a bill pro- Â¬ viding for an appropriation and I have this day advised him that the estimated cost is seven thousand five hundred dollars 7co Should Congress make an appropriation for the proposed im- Â¬ provement to the building this office will be pleased to give the subject immediate attention Respectfully Yours Â¬ J O Roneke Supervising Architict Pliysicians Puzzled on their left side The cause has long been a puzzle to physicians Many persons are unable to sleep Â¬ Metropolitan papers apeak with great interest of Dr Franklin Miles the eminent Indiana specialist in nervouB and heart diseases who has proven that this habit arises He has ex Â¬ from a diseased heart amined and kept on record thousands of cases His New Heart Cure a wonderful remedy is sold at J W Gaylos Thousands testify to its value as a cure for Heart Disease Mrs Chas Boney Loveland Col saysits effects on her were marvelous Elegant book on heart disease free 4 That is troubled with constipation can get immediate and permanent relief by using Dr Hales Household Tea One dose a day at bed time Mr W H Murray who is 25 and 50c packages at P H Carpen 4 never better satisfied than when ters drug store working for some public improvement has been endeavoring For Malaria j Livsi Trou or Indigestion use for some time to induce the KftiHS IRON BITTERS authorities at Washington to place a clock in the tower of the Government building in this city and it begins to look like his labors are not in vain in that direc E TO OUR CUSTOMERS tion as he has received the letter from the Supervising Architect at Washington A Clock in tlie Steeple Â¬ Â¬ Fjlrmer Secv J W Gaines Chn Any Person bo following I Given Away Treasury Department Mr Office Supervising Architect Washington D COct 3 93 WH Murray Frankfort Ky - For tlie Appropriation The Roundabout in the last few days has had conversations with Hon W H May who will represent the city of Lexington in the next House of Representatives and Hon John O Hodges who will be the next Senator from Fayette upon the subject of an appropriation for a new capU Capt tol building in this city as being May expressed himself for it and Col Hodges said he was not only in favor of an appropriation but he proposed to commence working for it early in the session and did not intend to rest satisfied until a bill making a lib eral appropriation was passed Now if the Louisville Represent atives will come out for it also we will be all right for with the two cities which opposed us so strenuously for the permanent location on our side we will have easy sailing Â¬ Â¬ DRESS This office is n Dear Sir receipt of your letter dated Auj addressed to the 1893 7th Honorable Secretary of the Treas ury praying that the United States Court House Post Office c building in your city be improved by adding to the tower of the building and providing a clock in same In reply I have to state that it is considered practicable to make the proposed improvement which would consist of an addition to the Â¬ j Br sbbbK fl flriBfl Hub Â¬ I Wfiiasll I BBWnVnaBBBsf Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I ensSacques Â¬ Â¬ On the on hand fliers cash en tha other theres a cure for your Ca Â¬ tarrh One of these two things hM got to come to you thats promised and agreed by tba proprietors of Dr Sagas Ca tarrh Remedy But do you think theyd make any such nromise if they werent mre that youd be cured f That hai come to thousands through thia Reme dy whon everything else has failed By ita mild soothing cleansing and healing proper Â¬ ties the worst chronic cases of Catarrh in the Head have been perfectly and permanently cured 500 In finlfiT Itof Mi Hants I Tahlao Qnliri flol I w Solid Oak Music Rack Ask for a CARD when you are making your purchases v Â¬ ONE- - WORD willing to take such a risk This what they say clearly If we cant ear and plainly your Catarrh bo Boaster how bad your case er of how loaf standing well pay you WOO ia cash1 If tfasr hare faith enough t say thai kmt at safe for jou to haye a Httte faith Thats the reasom theyre ottzes DRY stooz OF u GOODS toef CLOAKS AND NOTIONS Is the m Now Try This ly do you good if you have a Cough Cold or any trouble with Throat Chest or Lunga Dr Kings Now Dis Â¬ covery for Consumption Coughs and Colds is guaranteed to give relief or It will cost you nothing and will sure Â¬ H G MATTERS rE3E- - Â¬ HARTSTEINS money will be poidjbaok Sufferers from La Grippe found it just the thing and under its use had a speedy and perfeot rooovery Try a sample bottle at our expense and learn for yourself just how good a thing it is Trial bottlos free at JPhil OABPKNTjafi Drug Store Largo size 50o 100 3 Photopher 334 MAIN STREET Largest and Cheapest In Frankfort CALL AND SEE THEM Weiizei ODnell n1 w FRANKFORT O 2 Sept a3 iwm fSm A il v fWpfiTFKF I w I l c f rv it i I 2 PEHSONAL Mr M Buckley Bpent Sunday in Primary Election Oilicers Below will be found a list of the officers selected to serve at the Â¬ For Sale on Terms to Suit the Times s W Louisville Mr Thos P Rogors left Saturday for Chicago Miss Edith Boone is visiting friends in Louisville Mrs Caswell Bennett has returned from Chicago Mr Frank Ohinn left Monday for n visit to Chicago Rev W C Taylor left for Eminence Monday morning Mrs J E Miles has returned rom a visit to Versailles Miss Kate Green is the guest of relatives in Louisville Mr J Buford Hendrick returned Saturday from Chicago Messrs John and Will Brislan leave to day for Chicago N Democratic primary next Thurs mmmmmmmm lowt Bun I uiWtmm day the 19th inst viz 3 2 Voglers Stote J S McGill and John Haydon Judges J Q Clerk Robert Price Williams Property or W BBrldge-i 4 lilt 4iUCft 4lUGft ford and Henry Ahler Glore Sheriff and L C Lane Bridge g Judges J H Hammond Clerk W S Johnson Sheriff Court House W A 4Gaines SOft 60ft 4916ft 4911ft 4i16ft mmmmLm mm mmmm mmmmm and W C Williams Judges G E James Clerk T B MackHn MT7XIZIA7 Sheriff Market House Mike Sullivan Location is first class It is on one of the highest points in the city It is near the river and on and Jos T Staten Judges John new electric street car line Water and gas in front of the property Hawkins Clerk Davis Harrod For terms call on Mr James McAuliffe returned FriSheriff day from the Worlds fair Gas House Thos Heffner and Augl9 3m Judge W P D Bush of Louisville John OConner Judges W G was in the city on Monday Mr Clint B Leigh of Owensboro Goodwin Clerk W T Flynn Matrimonial spent Thursday in this city Sheriff t ALLS outr6i3ri 1 2 - p p o ft m 4 the Â¬ Miss Georgia Todd lefc Tuesday for a visit to friends in Louisville Congregational Necting The congregation of the Southern Presbyterian Church will hold a meeting in their church in South Frankfort at the close of the morning service to morrow to take steps towards calling a pastor and for the transaction of other important business The members of the church and congregation are urged Rev W to attend this meeting B Cooper will preach and moderate the meeting Â¬ Johnston Darling Johhston W Mr Geo formerly of thiB 1 Zia iiW k E K Dr J R Ely and daughter re Â¬ turned Saturday from Chicago Mrs John W Headley and daugh Â¬ ter Miss Annie are in Chicago Capt W F Dandridge wifo and daughter are back from Chicago Miss Adala Woods is slowly recov- Â¬ ering from her dangerous illnesB Mr R Rogers returned Saturday from his trip to Detroit Michigan Col L P Tarlton and wife return- Â¬ ed Monday from a visit to Cincin nati Mr H H Watson left Wednesday afternoon for a visit to the Words Â¬ Vik r Â¬ city and Miss Martha Darling were married Wednesday at the home of the brides parents in Cincinnati After a bridal tour of a month they will- make their - rMiijnrgTOenifKmi j nitj home 1956 First street ville Louis- Â¬ To KeepTHinw Moving G oods lExencIh Peas Â¬ Fair Messrs Henry Abler and James Welch lefc Saturday for the White Sontli Before the War ingham Buck Â¬ City The chances are that after the Chicago r t P a w the organization was put together for the present season it was with a view to goiny abroad and to that end only the pick of the tal- Â¬ ent was selected spectacular effects added new specialties put on the comedy elements made attractive- Â¬ ly new and the camp meeting scene undoubtedly the greatest hit of the performance made a side splitting show in itself The Worlds Fair Messrs Thos J Brislan and Thos cake walk has been preserved and G Newman returned Monday even- Â¬ and so have the glees and all the other picturesque amusements so ing from St Louis to the heart of a negro in Messrs C E Hathaway and Noble dear antebellum days Charley How- Â¬ Lindsey returned Wednesday from a ard is retained because nobody trip to the Worlds Fair is to be had who could do the Messrs Lindsey and Maj3 Blayney part of the old slave as he All returned Saturday from a sojourn of told a week if rare fun is in si ht several months in Wisconsin for the patrons of the BuckinghMisses Anna Belle and Lizzie Hunt amC --J October 8 1893 Chinn have gone to Cincinnati to At the Opera House Monday attend school the coming winter and Tuesday evenings next Messrs John W Cannon and Gil- Â¬ bert Mastin returned Thursday even- Â¬ I consider Chamberlains Cough ing from a two weeks visit to Chi- Remedy a specific for croup It is very pleasant to take which is one cago of the most important requisites Rev Green Clay Smith of Washing- Â¬ where a cough remedy is intended ton City has been shaking hands for use among children I have known with his old friends in this city this of cases of croup where 1 know the life of a little one was saved by the week use of Chamberlains Cough Rem Â¬ Miss Lizzie Thacker who has been edy J J LaGrange druggist visiting her oiBter Mrs R L Hulett Avoca Nebraska 60 cent bottles for by J W uayie in this city returned to her home in sale Louisville Tuesday Candidate for Bergeant-at-Arui- Hon E E Settle of Owen county and a prospective candidate for Con Â¬ gress in this district spent Monday Mr Walter M Franklin of this and Tuesday in this city forSergcant-it-Arm- s Mr Harry 0 Graham wife and city is a candidate of the next Senate daughter of Greenville Mississippi are visiting his mother Mrs Mag tucky and has an opponent in Graham on Madison street Mr C E Summers of the Eliza Mr Robert W Leigh ofLittle Rock bethtown News If Tobe has a has Publio Printer of Arkansas Senatqrs been visiting his brother Hon chance to sing to the Ed 0 Leigh Assistant Secretary of Summers will not be thought of State in this city this week afterwards 0 A Nolson W B Bridgo Meisrs Karls ford and 0 W Merchant attended Purifier Clorer Root the new Bloodcleargives freshness the Grand Lodge of nepg to the Complexion and cures the mooting of and Odd Fellows in Loxlngton this week Consumption 25c 60c and 100 22 For vale by W MoKee Hardie as dolegatos from Capital Lodge Â¬ H of-Kcn- Stephens visited friends in Paris Monday Mrs John B Lindsey and daughter Miss Cordelia have returned from Michigan Mrs James F Gibbons and Miss Nellie Murphy spent Thursday in Lexington Hon James Andrew Scott and family left Monday for a visit to the Chicago prietors have taken kindly to the B DemareeandMissAddieStrange it is said that when Misses Maggie Rogers and Hallie suggestion London This and other similar M Polsgrove Mr John B Lindsey and daughter propositions are now under consid- Â¬ by Rev H Miss Lillian returned Saturday from eration To show that the pro- Â¬ Demaree Strange Dr Owen coming weeks engagement of the Mrs Hiram Berry and Miss Nellie South Before the War at the Orbison spent Thursday last in Mid Â¬ Buckingham that show will not way be seen again in Louisville for Mrs O R Crutcher has returned several years The success that from a visit to her mother in Georgehas attended its exhibitions all town over this country has suggested to Mr C W Merchant and wife left Messrs Whallen Martell that Monday for a visit to friends in Lex- Â¬ it would not be a bad idea to take Cart Yeary Mr Orville C ington it to the foreign capitals and al- Cart and Miss Nannie L Yeary Mrs E E Hume and sister Miss ready a flattering offer has been were married at the County Gertrude South have returned from made to exhibit the company in Clerks Office Thursday morning Â¬ We intend keeping goods moving if good goods and low prices wilt Auman Peck Mr Nicholas Au do it We are daily receiving man of this city and Miss Jo ZFreslnL hana Peck of Woodford county 3ivdC will be married at the residence of Â¬ Mr Alex Schneider on Washington street on Wednesday Occ3CC 5CC- - SCC tober 24th Eberhakdt French Rev F On September 30 we receive our first consignmentinof Oysters and will keep nothing but best goods regularly sock W Eberhardt pastor of the Bap SBespectfu-liytist Church at Midway and Miss Elizabeth French will be married at the residence of the brides Jmrnk JEm father Mr J W French near THE SOUTH SIDE GROCER the Forks of Eikhorn on Wednes day next October 18th Â¬ Â¬ Olrve Oil Olives CLsliroonQs and Asparag as Eidam and Pine apple and Oream Oneese - JAS ENBlT CO TO Â¬ JACOB SWIGERT ON MAIN STEET Have Removed From the Batzell Building were married Thursday at the res- Â¬ idence of the brides mother Mrs R K Parsons on Short street by Rev George Darsie 101 AND 102 ANN Basement nf the Capital Hntel short time SThey will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a Clmrcli Supper The ladies of the Methodist Church will give a supper in the lecture room of the church Friday night October 20 Oysters cof fee cream and cake will be served from 6 to 10 oclock A K wt 4 Scientific Anerieai Ageiey for Put Hoaej in Thy Purse Always How Save doctors hills keep on hand a bottle of that finest of remedies Dr Hales Household Congfe Gore to altar tb first irrita Â¬ tion cawed feyaecM Dont think yon oaa fix npsomothtes Jost as good CAVEATS MARKS DESIGN PATENTS OOPYRIQHTS ateJ For information end freo Handbook writ to MUNM ft XL J1 Bboadwat Nbw Yosc Oldest bureau for securing patents in AmertMU Kr err patent taken out by tu la brought beiora the public by snottoo slTen trao of charge in the r V mrr TRADE - To reduce your weight SURELY uee Wlllatds No Obesity Pills and lose 15 pounds u month No Interference with busi Â¬ injury to the health They build ness or pleasure NO STARVING up and Improve the general health beautify the Lucy complexion nnd leave NO WRINKLES Anderson 84 Auburn street Cambridge Mass writes Three bottles of your Obesity Fills reÂ¬ duced my weight from 225 pounds to 190 and I never felt better In nil my life I am mucin und shall do nil I can to leased S elp youwith the result Our patrons Include Physicians Lawyers and leaders of Society Our Bunkers goods nro not sold in drug stores all orders are supplied direct from our otllce Price per pack Â¬ age 200 or three pHckages for 8500 by mall preÂ¬ paid Particulars sealed 4 cts ALL CORRES Â¬ PONDENCE CONFIDENTIAL FAT PEOPLE WILLAi AplS man should be without It Weekljr S300 flJOilr roontho Address UUNNi 00 osusuuu 381 Broadway Nnr YorkCltr Gm REMEDY CO BOSTON MISS VS the result of years of practice and experience expended ia issHsf tsis preparation ahsotessry the beet For 4 sale by P H Oakpbntm when for Mo cyoa caahave The quick and direct routo from We have just opened a very at Â¬ tractive stock of ladle and misses cloaks with the stylish Worth Co- Â¬ Louisvilleto Arkansas and Texas lumbus and Franklin capes and col Â¬ One bundled and fifty miles lars Oome and see them Cloaks Cloaks iw inn 11 umin VIA TO THE cm m BIG FOUB BOUTE Sam D Johnson Go I And taeonlj route We hare all the latest effects in rough goods now so fashionable WITHOUT CHANGE OF Co Sam D Johnson Dress Goods SHORTEST TO LITTLE KOCK Worlds Fair M t Hosiery Hosiery We fell the celebrated onyx dye Every pair WAR Â¬ fokiclc cotton hope RANTED FAST Co Sam D Johnson Kid Gloves Kid Gloves Oome and see our immense stock The latest thine in Suede and Glace All the new colors with large pearl buttons Sam D Johnson Co Millinery I Millinery Our stook this season is unusually boautiful and artistic Oome and see us before buying Goods shown with pleasure Sam D JonNSON Oo We all lovo comfort eBpeoially when traveling and what a great comfort it is to be able to take a CARS Bleeping car at your own homo which runB right through to Chicago with Â¬ out change and lauds passengers 4t If rou are going to emlgrnteto the Entrance Gate to the Worlds without chango or transfer of Sherman Dallas Fort Worth Fair kind How can this bo accom Â¬ any Why simply by asking plished Austin or Houston your local agent for tickets via the This li the Big Four Route whioh is absolutely the only line running through sleep Â¬ CHEAPEST AND BEST ROUTE ing cars in connection with the E T Q By and Queen Orescent V Route direct to tho Worlds Fair No chance of cart to Grounds and landing passengers con- Â¬ venient to the Worlds Fair Hotel Montgomery Mobile Memphis District Through Sleeping Oar leaves Macon 1115 a m Atlanta 210- and New OrleanB m Rome 455 p m Ohattanooga 25 p mf and arrives Chicago 5115 p Information addreii for further m Ask for tiokots via tho Big Four Route and for further information 0 P address E 0 MoOormick Gonoraft Passenger Agent Cincinnati LOUISYILLI KENTUCKY Hm iJt fl 4aEI GPTA fF 7 a v55rW7wwpfwr wi3BFpVf t ifrrFJ71 ii miiiwiiii ifiF57wAnTrTf--nJ-- f imsm iwiwiii w i wiwwi in wi iw 8rr7V tv- i i n - IP - rrhi iiii v mi hi vr M - f jtowv -- - twttpw vrmr -wFWtTwmfHfSWifi Wnr 3 NEW GOODS ASK WBBbIbbI 0 o-- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Handsome Wedding Present A In Sterli cig Sll beforement tnan everver - finer assort Â¬ 0 0 0 Pretty In Sterling Silver Presents DOT iT iIES uip from i OOSnE i r i i S33 NATIVEOFFRAKLIN BUT FOR YEARS A RESI Â¬ DENT OF OTTEN u Selbert Jeweler ort St Clair t 1 VI ITrarilsif KZy We Want no Division The bill now pending before Congress to establish a number of United States Courts in Richmond and other towns in Eastern Kentucky seems to have been prepared solely in the interest of the Covington bar and to promote Congressman McCrearys senatorial boom It was probably intended to injure this city and the U S Court here and would cer tainly do so The bill even goes so far we understand as to put one part of Frankfort in the proposed Western Judicial District and another part of it in the Eas tern District cuts us in two parts If the public business or economy required the establishment of these new courts we would not oppose the measure But- it can readily be demonstrated by the records of the existing courts that the new court system would be very expensive to the Government and could not dispose of cases with more promptness than the present courts do We are therefore much surprised to read in the dispatches from Washington that the Kentucky delegation is unanimously in favor of the bill What can our own Representative Col Breckinridge mean by favoring a measure that injures us one part of his district and benefits no other part of it He has neglected our interests previously and can it be that in the face of strong opposition for re election he proposes to help injure our community and then ask for our support We are watching your action in this matter Col Breckinridge Â¬ Â¬ Tlio Endeavor Movement interesting talk last Sunday night on the above subject in the course of which he said that though the Endeavor Movement is only 12 years old it numbers 24000 societies and 1500000 members It has gone all over the United States and has crossed the water to England Australia Turkey India China and Japan New York State leads with 3000 so-Â¬ cieties Pennsylvania is second with 2000 Illinois third Ohio while Kentucky ranks fourth twenty seventh with only 166 societies But Kentucky is going to improve rapidly and come up higher in the list Thirty religious bodies are in the movement the Presbyterians leading with 4800 societies the Congregationalists second with 4500 the Baptist third with 2700 the Methodist fourth with 2300 and the Disciples of Christ fifth with 1700 There is boundless enthusiasm in Christian Endeavor and solid principle under it It is destined to greatly influence the church of the future All who desire to see the young enlisted in earnest Christian work should give it their good speed Mr Darsie continues the subject to morrow night when he talks on The Endeavor Pledge Â¬ Mr Darsie gave an FILL k WINTER or- STOCK Death of Mr Jamos S Forsee The Owen News of this week contains the following announce ment of the death of a prominent The de citizen of that county ceased was a brather of Mr Samuel Forsee of Peaks Mill and a cousin of Mr E L Samuel of this city James S Forsee one of the wealthiest farmers in the county and president of the First National Bank of this place died at his home one mile north of Owenton at 1515 oclock p m last MonÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ BOOTS SHOES HATS CAPS M Â¬ AT-R Â¬ Â¬ K KLiE 4 prices are right K - a tf - day Several months ago he was se verely injured by being jerked down bya colt breaking his thigh bone from which he never recovered although he was so much better at times as to be able to be wheeled about the house and yard in a chair Last Sunday he was taken suddenly ill and grew rapidly worse until death relieved his Â¬ We have the best goods the largest stock and cH Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ suffering f6M w 11 IVA Mil i i James Forsee has long been a prominent man in the affairs of By perseverence Owen county and indefatigable toil he secured a goodly portion of theworlds goods He was a man of splendid mind and judgment and as an arbitrator in the affairs of men which he often was his descisions were considered just and equita ble He was born in Franklin county May 26 1 82 1 his father being Geo W Forsee who died only a few years ago at the extreme age of 98 years He was first united in marriage to Louisa A Beadle vin 1844 who died April 14 1847 To this union there was born one child Louisa A who died August 1864 On June 18 1850 he took for Kis second wife Virginia D Threl Jceld who survives hjm To them were born Mrs E E Lee and Mrs W D Beek Elijah T and C W Forsee all of whom Â¬ Â¬ Starting Up Messrs Labrot Graham made the first mash of the season at their Oscar Pepper distillery on Â¬ To our many county 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 goo Is and will please you To Tjoxington N R R will sell round trip tickets to Lexington for one fare October 19th to 34th inclusive good returning until October 26 on account of running races H B Logsdon Agent Tuesday and Mr J N Blakemore is getting ready to start up his Arnold Spring distillery Catarrh Cant be Cured not reach tno seat of the disease Oatasrh is a blood or constitutional disease and in order to cure it yon have to take internal remedies Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acta directly on the blooda and mu cous surfaces It was perscribed by one of the best physician in this country for years and ia a regular It is composed of tho Eresorfption combined with the best blood purifiers acting directly on the mucous surface The perfect combination of the two ingredients in what prodaces suoh wonderful re nits in outing catarrh Send for testimonials F J OHBENEY CO Toledo 0 MTSold by druggists 75 cents Â¬ The L With local applications as they can Â¬ Â¬ lg Something Unusual As a medicine is Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery And because of I MM vnaimm D K KltttTI at 1 or removing Stomps and Hocks for yuarry men and Wall digger 8afe eastlvhanaled and cheap Tor fall Information and price address I nillBUII I IT V MKKA I IR t MarlB lr i I s r-- if flls 1 -- Bargains for Farmers survive him Mr Forsee was a strict believer The fall of the year is now at hand and as hog killing and feed in the doctrines of the Baptist ing stock will soon be in order Church having united with the every one should get four or five Long Ridge Baptist Church in barrels of salt We think here is the year 1837 since which time the greatest bargain we have ever he has always been prominent in heard of John W Gaines Son the coal dealers have about 1200 that denomination barrels of salt which they are sell The funeral services were held ing from 40 to 80 cents per bar yesterday at the Baptist Church rel They have a lot of damaged this place after which his rernains barrels which you can have at were laid away in the Odd Fellows Who says times Catarrh is nnuitlvely oured by Dr your own price are not better cemetery 6 2t Sages remedy Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ever fails to benefit or cure you have your money back Its the only guaranteed remedy for every disease caused by a disordered Dyspepsia liver or impure blood Biliousness the moBt stubborn Skin Scalp and Sorofulous affections even Oonsumption or Lung sorofula in its earlier stagos are all cured by it It purifies and enrlohes the blood rouses every organ into heathful notion and restores strength and vigor In building up both flesh and strength of pale puny Sorofulous ohildren or to invigorate and braoe up the syatom after Grippe pneu Â¬ monia fevers and other proatrating aonte diseases nothing can oqual the Diioovory that theres something unusual in the way of selling it Where every other medioine of its kind only promises this is guaranteed If ft Queen Crescent Route Finest Trains in the South Through Cars to Chicago without chaagetrosa New Orleans Meridian Birmingham Chat Â¬ tanooga Jacksonville Fin Atlanta Macon Lexington and Georgetown Ky Choice f route 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 a or address any agent of the Queen k Crescent Route or E T V k G Ry W C RlHXAUON G P A Cincinnati O THROUGH CARS TO CHICAGO fl r4 Mtfi7MBBBBsVPlvl9iyM9J t Viiftiiv Vi VHL - - I fh -- - - 4 - J- - X J h FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Entered nt the post offlce nt Frnnkfott Kentucky ns second class mailable mutter Famous Forger Caught The following from the Cincinnati Enquirer of Saturday is of interest here as the party in qucs tion spent a couple of months in this city last summer going under the name of Robert Schroeder He was bar keeper for Mr Joseph Schroff for a time and later was with the Ken on Hotel in the same capacity On leaving here he went to Louisville where he met Misses Bertha Mauer and Pauline Sinterhay on their way to Europe and by polite attentions gained their confidence and succeeded in inducing the latter to let him purchase her ticket to Germany for her and when she gave him the money one hundred dollars he disappeared Capt S V Pence afterwards met him in Chicago and spoke to him but the slick rascal professed never to have seen the Captain Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ VppflfnQs J L EODMAET SOF GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT OCTOBER 14 1803 LOWER II jfa KI 1 m fl m I a tfttfn n a IB f8 K m bVcRi i Sr Vt The Work Completed Glore the Taylor contractors have finished their contract with the city to curb gutter and lay a sidewalk on Second street and are now putting in gutters and curbing for parties whose property was not included in the contract They have done a first class jqb putting in extra work in several places in order that all parties might be satisfied and have given that sectien of the city a handsome and substantial The council will improvement now have crossings put in at the intersection of Steele Shelby and Main streets and stepping stones across the alleys so that Second will be in the condition every street in the city should be in first class shape before cold weather sets in Messrs Â¬ r CMST before Â¬ Registration Completed B it- - The additional registration of the voters of the city was held on Tuesday with the following re- Â¬ sult Voglers Bridge Court House Market House Gas House J2 45 H 48 - 121 89 375 M Total This1 number is divided as fol- Â¬ Dem- Â¬ lows as to party affiliation ocrats 219 Republicans 148 Non committal 8 Add these to the original registration and we have a tdtal registered vote of 736 or 75 less than the num ber registered last fall Accidental Shooting In shooting at a dog as it jump ed over a fence near Peaks Mill last Saturday night young Allie Stone missed the brute and struck Elijah Young who works on an adjoining farm and who happened to be in range and was unseen by ball The Stone penetrated ranged back Youngs abdomen and lodged near the spine inflicting a dangerous wound Young was taken to the residence of Mr W C Church where he has since been in a critical condition but was reported some better yester Â¬ Â¬ day Iurcliasod tho Tramps Mr E C Hathaway tendent of the Electric Light Company returned Wednesday from Chicago where Superin- Â¬ Capital Gas and v he purchased the electric lamps and other aparatus for the new street lights and it is expected that the gas posts will be supplanted by arc lights within the ncxtthirty days The polesare all up most of the wires are stretched and as soon as the en namos tareset every r H ginexand Jdy thing will be ready t 1 Â¬ The arrest in Sacramento Cal of Chas Oscar Keller formerly of this city discloses to scrutiny through the efforts of the officers of that place his checkered career Keller has a most remarkable-record and is one of the most skillfulforgers in the world About two years ago he left this city and went to New York There he fell in with a variety actress After making her believe that he was a man of means he induced her to desert her husband and accompany him to ChattaOn reaching that city nooga Keller presented himself to the officers of the Chattanooga Brew ing Company and so favorably impressed were they with him that they employed him as a so Â¬ liciting agent Keller was a man fine personal appearance his of attire never complete without his immaculate shirt front and plug hat being the object of much favorable comment among the fastidiously inclined It required but a brief time for Kellers criminal instincts to assert themselves and a few months following his employment by the firm he absconded with 3000 of the From there brewerys money he drifted westward A few weeks ago a stranger giving his name as Charles M Lester apHis pre peared in Sicramento posesing manner there enabled him to work a forged check on Ben J True a prominent de tective of that place one of the best known sleuths of the slope So chagrined and humiliated was the officer that he instituted a most searching investigation into the mans record He found- that he had done time in Nevada for forgery and that prior to his imprisonment there he had served eighteen nionths for the same crime in Hong Kong China In Australia also he was a prison bird The most recent find by True was that he was wanted in Chattanooga for Lester was none other than Keller the He will now return him to the Tennessee authorities gall of the The stupendous man is illustrated by an act of his He while in San Francisco wired the Chattanooga company from that place asking if Charles Oscar Keller was wanted bythem for embezzlement and if a reward had been offered for his capture Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant -and refreshing to the taste and acts gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys tem effectually dispels colds head Â¬ Good Comfort aches and fevers and cures habitual Syrup of Figs is tho This is the lowest price ever made on these goods A large stock of constipation only remedy of its kind ever pro Dry Goods cheaper than ever known duced pleasing to the tnste and ac ceptable to the stomach prompt in Xi its action and truly beneficial in its Sop 30 Sm effects prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it tho most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and 61 bottles by all leading drug Â¬ gists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro- Â¬ cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ENJOYS Best Indigo Blue Calico Best Colored Calico Good Canton Flannel Good Bed Ticking Yard Wide Brown Cotton Yard Wide Bleached Cotton cents cents 5 cents 10 cents 0 cents 5 cent 95 cents 5 5 J HODMAN SON SAN FRANCISCO CAL Y HEW YORK LOUISVILLE NY and has of several languages gone under the names of Edwards and Carlson in different cities The woman whom he lured from her home is now a domestic at Wadsworth Nev The Cope Stones Seated The St Clair street bridgewas closed to wagon travel Tuesday morning from 6 until 1 oclock during which time the floor at the north end was taken up and the It coping of the abutment laid free consisted of five beautiful stones sawed out and cut to fit so that all that was necessary was to lower them into position and bed them in cement The work was completed and the floor relaid be Â¬ fore one oclock so that wagons could pass again The work is so far advanced upon the south abutment now that it will only be about ten days before the old bridge will be closed again perhaps finally For want of stone work had to be suspended Wednesday and Thursday and the rain yesterday prevented a resumption of opera tions although several car loads of stone had arrived Â¬ Â¬ Call and sea the MAvIESTIC RANGE miida of Steel Will last a lifetime They and ma lea bio Iron are a KilelMii necessity lighten labor and improve the flavor of tle food DEALERS IN t Wagons Carriages and uggies Farm W 1 mplements MANUFACTURERS OF All Along the Lino heard praise of Dr Hflles Honse Mrs I S Jacobs hold Ointment of i armiuRton Muiue writes time she suffered five years with varicoao veins and two running Bores on her leg and was completely cared by its use D S Fillery Salisbury Vt We cannot lvewithout it writes it relieves my sister of asthma at once it cures a barn or a hurt of any kind almout instantly Under data of May 30 18G2 R H Simpsos Le Roy N Y writes I need Halos Ointment for rheumatism three years ago and have not been troubled since It is the finest ointment in 26o and tho world for general use 60c per box For sale by P H U 4 piintidb In Hand Made Harness and Horse Goods 3STIT 232 STREET h ESclCEE HARD1E DRTJGG IST KY I HALLS OLD STAND FRANKFORT We keep a full line of DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES W Janai nameoS3hrpedcr Churcli J3aznar The young ladies of the First Presbyterian Church will give a bazaar in the parlors of the church during the first week in Novem- Â¬ ber And cordially ask onr friends to Rive us a call C L McKEE HAKDIE lTt wmmmmmm GrAYLE Arm Crunhcd The man claims to have been at one time a spv in the employ of the iRussian GoVithVemtt and that the Czar still owes hnrfmoney n for services while employed He is the master that capacity ii mil iMii mmmt w n r f Lawn Mowers Friends I stand at the HEAD for Hardware anrf on LAWN MOWERS I r H George Hicks a young colored man was riding down Main street Mr Thursday morning upon one of jG VV Mitchells wagons which was loaded with sand and in cros- Â¬ sing the street car track at the cor ner of Ann hejwas jolted from his seat anSljellunder the wagon the wheel passing over his right arm and crushing it sotyadly that it is feared amputation will be necessary Â¬ PRICES The only Pure Craanof Tartar Powder ftPafllBaking US Powder Lead The Market 4 b gj m -- 5 u uu 450 500 JLwLy r No Ammonia No Alum Used in MillionsTofi Homes AprHlS 1 40 Year the Standard mill Mil T11 11 mcLmwJbatmmfWJLMhwJmtJLmm 323BEOADWAT Street m j- wwj 5 1 tUVvt Hit Wl Til j HAVE YOUSE EN n Ml V I v j OUR maguilicent 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 stocd 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 ou we will treat you right in every respect Hudson Humplif iesCassell FRANKFORT EOUNDABOUT tainly should assist FRANKFORT OCTOBER 14 1893 in enabling its Â¬ Â¬ WANTED By a subscriber several copies of the ROUNDABOUT 6i September 30th Please leave at this office Will pay 5 cents each for them The Author Last week we published a poem sent in by a friend who said the name of the author was unknown Since then wq have received the following To tie Editor of Frankfort Roundabout Perhaps some of your readers would like to know that the author of that poetical is Christus Consolator gem Rossitcr W Raymond Dear Sir A Reader X Shilolis Yitalif er is what you need for Dyspepsia Torpid Liver Yellow Skin or Kidney Trouble It is guar Â¬ anteed to give you satisfaction Price 76c Sold by V McKee Hardie 22 Manual Training Why is manual training includ j v v WV si mm -- J mtr if KV fci As m 1 ed in the curriculum of the public We have stated that It school has an educational value It also One answer has a practical value the abovefqucstion is the civilizato tion of the present demands its There are so many introduction evidences surrounding us of the superiorty of present civilization No over that of any past age searches for the one when he causes of this progress will fail to recognize the fact that the public school has been in past years and is at present one of the most potent factors in the great uplift Another fact is of humanity Advanced civilization obvious increases individual wants For a confirmation of this we need look nb further than to the homes of our hewers of wood and drawers of water and contrast them with the homes of this class in times past Nowhere except in this land of free schools arc such comfortable homes enjoyed by the laboring class Increased individual wants demand an increase of power to sup If this power is ply those wants given an individual he becomes a willing helpmate to those whose efforts are directed towards the Inability elevation of mankind to provide fctf individual yanfs renders one a dangerous obstacle progress f Every sane persoW realizes that hisjwants are supplied through his OuHfood is townHexertions only not borne upon trees cooked ready for use nor clothing upon bushes awaiting us to reach forth Furnished and help ourselves houses do not spring from the ground like toadstools nor do railroads wind their way across the continent as does the trailing vine across tlje dooryard Now since the school has been instrumental in advancing civilization since it has asssisted materially in creating wants it cer Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ pupils to provide for these increased wants by giving them increased power to do A certain degree of skill in handling tools is acquired by the pupil while pursuing a course in manual training which if he chooses to follow a mechanical vocation will materially aid him Further the skill acquired and the knowledge gained by handling tools and materials will value to him in whatever vocation he may follow The services of a lawyer who knows the principles of building his other attainconstruction ments being equal is the best to secure to hdndle a casc4 involving those principles The minister who can supervise the erection of a church or a parsonage is of more value to his congregation than he who can preach oral sermons only The manual training school does not teach any special trade It does teach the principles which underly many trades Its object is not to produce salable articles but to produce efficient pupils There is no time for making things to sell even if there were an inclination to do so To produce such articles would confine the effort of the school to such a narrow field as to frustrate its most important purpose that of giving mental power At the close of a series of exercises the pupil is permitted to design in detail and to make some article which will be useful in the home the office the school room or elsewhere thus affording him opportunity to do some original independent thinking and to make a practical application of what he has learned whjle pursuing the course of study The first exercises are usually common joints in wood construct ed with carpenter s tools These forms of conjoints are typical In practical business struction Carthey arc universally used penters tools are typical tools In some modified form they are in No tool is handled universal use long enough to confirm a muscu larJjabit such as the mechanic acquires The interval between lessons prevents such a result and the pupil never fails to find a necessity for constant mental Nor is effort in directing a tool a pupil required to repeat a step or a process one moment after he has learned it and executed it satisfactorily It is readily seen that tool work is educative and that the course of exercises may be made quite comprehensive Â¬ DR W I KELLEY OF CINCINN AT IO will be at tlie PBCOSSITI Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday HOTEL PERSONS INDEBTED TO BIN F HALL deceased are hereby ratified to cbme and settle same at once and nil creditors of said Hall are notified to present their claims to me proven as required by law J II SWITZER Sept 16 6t Administrator KTOTIOB -A-KTS TIESCE- - MONON ROUTE b The Direct and Popular Line to IN LEXINGTON KY Â¬ bef October 14 1893 November 4 1893 November 25 1893 December 16 1893 Work Worry and Disease Piles cured without surglea HEMORRHOIDS operation an d with little or no pain Â¬ Jas REEERENCES W McKee Hiirdle Frankfort Ky J A Scott Frankfort Ky Dr E M Gober Frankfort Ky J T Staten Frankfort Ky V Berberlch Frankfort Ky Rev L P Uulett Benson Ky A II McClure Frankfort Ky W J Hughes Frankfort Ky David Moore Benson Ky M are n formidable trio yet the weak person frequently has to meet all of tueni at once How can heovercome The answer Is with our Couroniro Oxygen and ours only The count less demonstrations ot 23 years war rant this reply Our treatment Is available for horn use neither need your occupation b Interfered with Tho value of these features Is obvious What about your Â¬ CHICAGO And all Points NORTH and WIST Â¬ Vestibuled Trains Dining Car Services Palace Chair Cars Pullman Buffet Sleepers And Only First Classs Accommodations For Further Information Address 3 L Dee2My need Abookof explanatlonund proof Is yours to consider If asked for now Drs STARKEY A PALEN 1629 Arch Street Philadelphia Pa WltlrrowFrankfoitKy Â¬ DR KELLEYS oflloennd residence Is at 26J West Eighth street Clnclnuutiaiid where he may be found every day of each week except SATUR DAYS ihimphlets describing these diseases and the mode of treatment sent free to any one W I KKLLEY M D by addressing 259 Elcht St Cincinnati 0 CONSULTATION FREE TV LOW RATES FROM ALL POINTS IN KEN TUCKY Srjant TO LOUISVILLE AND RETURN VIA WfMSii LOUISVILLE C P A jfi KY t OR Â¬ Jas Barker G P A Chicago 111 Queen Crescent Route ON ACCOUNT OF Â¬ Kentucky Midland Ry Races Shortcut and quickest between Louisville Jockey Club CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT Only direct line between Ticket on ale October 9th to 14th in Â¬ clusive good for return to to October 16th 1S93 inclusive Frankfort and Paris Georgetown C Route for tick Call on agents Q ets and information lisle Xaynille Cynthima W C RINEARSON Genl Passr Agt Cincinnati 0 month and Covington- - Car Â¬ hi p New mm AND ABK OR TICKETS VIA KY BY MIDLAND route TRAINS BUH GEHTBAL STANDARD TIME MAYU7 A M 1 1 Louisville Southern Sept 23 R R TIME TABLE lbV3 V Â¬ tf M I 1 Tit A1NS E AST No A No 3 P M No 7 1245 1265 Â¬ PLA1OTG MILL Mn Mm AND TJ Excursions Lv Frankfort Lv Summit Lv Ilkhorn 700 716 711 LvSnltzer Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Ar Ouvall stamping Ground Georseton n C S Depot 718 7V9 Texas Ark and Indian Territory VIA Johtuon B HOGSHEAD PURCHASED FACTORY Orleans Nevftonu CentrevllU XllzabetU 786 742 749 753 ai C 8 A 816 And Shrevoport Paris aso X I P M I No 2 1N0 4 9115 U 110 125 145 165 418 206 424 220 431 246 410 306 603 320 610 S16 330 34S 625 I A K 1PM 411 840 346 362 400 THE PLANING MILL HAVING tobacco hogshead factory of Messrs Congleten Bros I am prepared to furnish DOORS SASH Oct 0 333 Ar Illzabeth Ar Center rill Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar TRAINS W1S3T C Lv Paris Newtown U S Depot Georc etown Duvall No8Nol3i 633 627 463 448 426 BLINDS FRAMES SHINGLUS TURNED WORK STAIR WORK - AKDAUKIKlBOr Tickets on snle via Louisville or vln Cincinnati Tickets good jo days for return Stop overs will beullowed generally by Texas Uses on the going passage Cull on agents for particulars C H WoomvKU D P A Louisville Ky H C Siiaw T P A Cincinnati Ohio W C RISEAHBOM Genl PHSsr Agent Cincinnati 0 90 92i VMS 915 btU 604 611 roo B Johnson Ar Swltzer Ar Klkuoru Ar Summit Ar Frankfort A Stamplii Ground A 1010 1017 1023 10 30 60 635 641 648 665 7 08 74 1042 1049 1066 110 711 721 812 831 861 906 92C 80t 730 Bli TO HE CONTINUED Tiniaih For a Blouse u L K TIME TABLE Fielory one and a well nb tobacco hoeshiwls The following time tnbla is now half blocks from Post ofneeon rlur uont N road effect upon the L A share ot public patronage is solicited 11C110ATK Sept 7 TBAIMB WIST B connects wltU Q dc C C connects with K C eonnects with L4N and LS t iu Iffectlve Mar 27th and during the summer following Sunday schedule will be In BV the ra No JOHN DRISCOLL rrxzjn Wt -- NoSSleaveiFrnnkfort No 17 leaves Frankfort No 21 leaves Frankfort No IflleaTot Frankfort TRAINS EAST 735 90 300 p 650 am n m in Â¬ SUNDAY TRAINS pm No 80 mixed trniu fort BO FOB iCsHt WltlT NOT ClIHEB Liquor merchant A N o 18 I No 20 Â¬ TOOTS TOWDtt The nrf AUforthoFavoritoand UrtttJuWo Teeth JkVU Wii For sale by W McKee Hardie gold by DrujglslBor sent by mall SSo60o and 100 per package Sample free Anncrwblo Laxative andNKRVKTONIC full line of pure Amlerton county whiskies wines brandies eto 233 BROADWAY opposite Btnto House Jan 28 1Y IIALLB OLD STAND April IC tt 855 pm atop nt Anchorage and No 20 will passengers for for Chriatlnnsburff Lexington and points beyond Nos 23 17 and 21 connect at Lagraago Noa 2 aud 21 oonneot for Cincinnati at Auohorago for Bloomfleld Branch u No24arrivesFrankfort No 22 leaves Frankfort eaves Fraukiort leavos Frankfort leavea Frank 600 a in 1015 OSB p m 443 am pm 450 ui leaves Frankfort 340 arrives at Paris 525 p m George Â¬ No 6 leaves Purls 9 30 a m West town 10 05 arrives Frankfort 11 05 a m No 4 leaves Paris 6 H p in Georgetown 630 arrrm at Frankfoft 730 pm The Kentucky Midland Railway and connec Â¬ tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all points north south east and west For further Information apply to their agents KBWMTZBL CDBKRCAW City Tiakot Agent Jen Pus Agt GXUB IIARPIR Gen Sapt 3 No Georgetown East 840arrlcsp at Purls 915 a m Georgetown 5 leaves Frankfort 745 a Job work neatly exeÂ¬ cuted at this offloe wan iwaw W ta maMsssaitMatft K3ttZ2B3Z3S j Tiies i Are Hard I in 2 h O r 8 w S r w fa PJ Exii i j wire 1 M w HOME MADE GOODS K cn W V ave lour Money f w MY STEEL RANGE Is manufactured in Louisville Ky under my instructions for Frankfort trade I can save you from O 0 o W s THIS J CAN 00 eg a 2 O w O i 20 TO 40 PER CENT In the first cost Call and see my line fore you buy be- Â¬ if You are gomg to buy a Steel Range u M MKft32K3KJ OM N Rev W 0 Tay- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ T Â¬ O CS rar IB TJ L B TRIE W A HELIGIOUS Baptist Church Borrowed tho Wrong Wlicel K T K l- - y A young man who gave his name lor the pastor will conduct the usual services to morrow morning at 11 as G W Sullivan and claimed to and at 730 p m live in Ann Arbor Michigan arSunday school at 930 am in tho rived in the city Tuesday morning hapel registered at the Capital Hotel say Â¬ Christian Church Regular ser ing he was going to remain a week vices by Rev George Darsie the pas After dinner he took a stroll tor at 11 and 730 inquired for an Morning Subject Hungering after around town Righteousness Night subject The agent for the sale of bicycles Chistian Endeavor Pledge and was referred to Mr Ben Young Peoples Society of Chris Marshall He wore a sweater tian Endeavor in the lecture room at under his coat and had on bicycle 50 shoes and when he went to the Mar- Catholic Church The usual store of Messrs Meagher services at the Church of the Good shall had no trouble in making it JShepherd co morrow will be con- appear that he was all right borducted by RevFather W E Gorey rowed a wheel from Mr Marshall the pastor High mass at 8 a m low mass torideaiound town saying he at 10 a m and vespers at 330 p m would buy it if it suited him Methodist Ohuroh Rev H G After he had gone Mr Marshall Henderson the pastor will preach at thought he had better keep an eye 11 a m and 730 p m on the fellow and walked up the Sunday school meets at 930 a m street after him but Sullivan see The Epworth League will convene ing he was followed came back in the class room at 7 oclock complaining that the seat of the First Presbyterian Church wheel was too high for him and BevJ McOlusky Blaynoy D D will borrowed a wrench adjusted the occupy his pulpit to morrow at 11 a A seat and took a fresh start m and 730 p m lady came into the store at that Episcopal Church Rev R L time and Mr Marshall went to McCroady the new rector will conwhich detained him duct the regular services to morrow wait upon her morning at 11 oclock and at 730 p sometime and as the bicyclist m did not return Mr Marshall sent clerk Mr Minus Williams to Southern Presbyterian Church his Rev W B Cooper will occupy the the Capital Hotel to inquire about pulpit to morrow morning at 11 him While Mr Williams was oclock There will be no services at in the lobby of the hotel Sullivan night came in asked for his key went A protracted meeting was com- to his room and changed his menced at Bethel Baptist Ohuroh in clothes put on bicycle pants this county Sunday night Rev J rolled his entire effects into a bunA Davis of Georgetown is assisting dle left the hotel by the ladies the pastor Rev John Burdin entrance strapped the bundle to Rev W O Taylor of this city be the handle bar of the wheel and gan a protracted meeting at the Baptist Church in Eminence Monday started out the Versailles pike night and will continue the same all Mr Williams went back and renext week ported what he had seen which convinced Mr Marshall that the A Good Time fellow was a crook when he went The Endeavor Society of the out and inquired of persons who Christian Church gave a social in had come in the pike if they had the chapel Thursday night Some seen anything of him and was told pleasant musical exercises were that he was riding like the wind rendered and various innocent Mr Marshall borrowed the wheel diversions engaged in when the of a friend and started after gathering dispersed after refresh- Â¬ him After a lively ride of about About ments at 1030 oclock three miles he overhauled the a hundred were present and en- fellow and brought him back to joyed themselves greatly town He was very indignant at The Fountain Head of Strength first then begged and finally offerWhen we recollect that the stomach Is the ed to pay for the wheel but when grand laboratory In which food is transformed told him to show Into the bocretlons which furnish rigor to the Mr Marshall system after entering and enriching the blood up the money he could not pro- Â¬ that It Is In short the fountain head of Having gotten his strength It Is essential to keep this Important duce a cent supplying machine In order and to restore it to wheel back Ben suggested to activity when It becomes Inactive This Hoa tetter Stomuch Bitten does most effectually Chief of Police Jeffers that he had seasonably regulating and reinforcing digestion promoting due action to the liver and better look after Sullivan The Strength and quietude of the nerves bowel great measure ujmhi thorough diges Chief put him through a pretty rigid depend In tion There is no nervine tonic more highly es teemed by the medical fraternity than the Bit examination and as he could not ters 1hysIclanH ulso strongly commend It for chills and fevor rheumutlsra kidney and blad give a satisfactory account of him dor trouble slcK headache and want of ap petite and sleep Take a wlneglassful three self finally took him before Squire times a day Â¬ McDonald but as Mr Marshall declined to swear out a warrant against him he was finally re He certainly struck the leased wrong man on the borrow for if he had gone to most any other wheelman in town he could have worked his slick scheme to perfection but now a person who comes in here wanting the loan of a bicycle will find a large size string attached to everyone of them m Perhaps some of our readers would like to know in what respect Cham berlands Cough Remedy is better than any other We will tell you Â¬ MARSHALL GAINES L 8 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 Â¬ OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET Â¬ Â¬ When this remedy taken as soon as a cold has been contracted ana be Â¬ fore it has become settled in the sys Â¬ tem it will counteract the effect of the cold and greatly lessen its sever Â¬ ity It acts in perfect harmony with nature and aids nature in relieving the lungs opening the secretions FARM OF 263 ACRES 3 MILES FROM liquefying the mucus and causing its A Frankfort on a good turnpike road with a cells of the expulsion from the air residence of 6 rooms 2 tenement houses 2 toÂ¬ bacco and stock barns besides all other neces lungs and restoring the system to a FARM OF 100 125 OR 150 ACRES 8 MILES sary Improvements Improvements and healthy condition No A from Frankfort on a good turnpike road Â¬ Including tho fencing AH of theproperty are new strong on this with residence tenement houses stock and to and in nrst class condition This farm has a other remedy in the market possesses bacco barns apple orchard and other necessary quantity of fine tobacco land and would also make No Improvements This laud Is mostly In timber these remarkable properties a lirst class stock farm also has a a good other will cure a cold so quickly For nnj grass Isand will makebargain tobacco or stock peach orchard of a thousandIt trees besides young other fann It offered ut a fruit sale by J W Gayle iB FINE FARM OF 210 ACRES FINELY L0- cated 8 miles from Frankfort ou a good turnpike road upon which there Is a brick resi- Â¬ dence ot 5 rooms a tenement of four rooms and This land Is all other necessary Improvements In a high state of cultivation the Improvements are In fine condition and In order to make a quick Bale will be offered at a bargain FOR SALE FOR SALE A rv FARM OF 100 ACRES ON GOOD TURNPIKE road 2 miles from Frankfort This proper Â¬ ty has the usual necessary Improvements and would make a good dUry or stock farm It Is very desirably located and Is In jiw excellent neighborhood A FOR SALE FORSALE Â¬ i Buys jv No 1 or 2 Rambler with non slipping corrugated tires fully warranted Roberts agent 3jbo FOR RENT OF COL J STODDARD RESIDENCE on Snelby street now occupied by Mrs L B Longmoor Possession given nbout 1st of December FOR SALE FARM OF 186 ACRES ON GOOD TURNPIKE road 3 miles from Frankfort This proper- Â¬ ty has moderate Improvements but Is well lo- Â¬ Is In a good eighborhuod and would make cated I iBii Â¬ louis vilmTtobacco mar ket FURNISHED BY OLOVBR DUBRHTT LOUI8VILLK TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Â¬ THE A a very desirable home Sales on our market for the week just closed amount to 3038 hhda with OF FIVE ACRES WITH ACRES WELL IM FARM receipts for the same period of 068 A GARDEN located OF 12 good turnpike road 8 A GARDEN FARM rooms and other Improve- Â¬ residence of Ave on a proved ments at Thorn Hill This property will be sold hhds Sales on our market since Jan- Â¬ miles from Frankfort at a bargain uary 1st amount to 107305 hhds Sales of the crop of 1892 on our market to this date amount to 109208 hhdo FOR SALE1 FOR SALE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The market for burley tobacco the first of the week was stronger but the latter part of the week eased up a a little and closed about as prices were tho week previous Some few hogsheads of new burley have been sold and us a rule were very poor in quality The following quotations fairly rep Â¬ resent our market for burley to bncco 1892 crop Trash dark or damaged 3 50 94 00 tobacco Common Oolory trash FOR SALE FRAME FOR RENT COTTAGE OF THREE ROOMS lot 60 by 150 feet on Shore street South To a desirable party with a small amount Side of cash could arrange to sell on easy weekly payments A COTTAGE ROOMS Conway A FRAME street South OF SEVENproperty IsON Side This In good repair 15 per month and we are authorized to rent It at L B MARSHALL CO Â¬ Medium to good colory 4 35 6 00 Select or wrappery DjuuRoundauodt CTfiMTliMUl Common lugs not colory 4 5 Common Colory lugs Medium to good colory 7 lugs Common to medium loaf 8 9 Medium to good leaf 14 Good to fine leaf tobacco trash 5 00 OO 00 50 00 00 00 7 00 5 00 7 50 8 50 9 00 14 00 16 00 36 00 Fine Furniture m 16 00 saiM SHILOHS CURE Cures Consumption Cough Croup Sore n Cuanntca Throat Sold by all DrurgbuShlloha Paroua Tor a Lame Side Back or Chwt Platter will give great aatUfactioa as cants Mm T 8 Hawkins CbattenooMLTenoM Â¬ Â¬ ShOohtVitaliurllAyKDMYLlfKS Tl I Dyspepsia Liver or Kidney Jewrused For trouble It excels FrlooTOcu HILOHSVITALIZM 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 Â¬ ILOHSlPATARRH ItwW Hare you Catarrh TrrthtoHomody xnis in Prloo go cm JeSiorltasWeflifultrtmentUfarnlsbed by free BbOohs Remedle are guarantee to give gattafaetlon Jan REMEDY h Â¬ Â¬ LOWPRICES R ROGERS tw Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ For sale by W Hr McKee Hardie U ALLS OLD STAND SON AfrfihiitLfiU aHL ilLikrJUrlLh ruaiwii lAjJUL 1 ikfciiii isiilAiK AJu fftiYlfofoTtftililfo MiiJM0EfcwJHBMM4iJWPfcWMiBfc i lw BWjpW1 f wwf5vW Trwjifw j rrWWIfy - jg 11 71 1 aEJSrJnmaijCiJCSaiM 3J -- jlssso CC OP Preparatory to Changing Our Location JEE And t 7E -- riljlj DISPOSE OP OTJT -- xr--mrk-x- ro yvvrr I Mr will defy competition both in price and quality of goods MONEY We ask our friends to call before purchasing as we will make it to their interest We enumerate below a few of the items we carry in stock and will SAVE THEM General Hardware and Wall Paper Harness Whips Leather Lead Iu W Mixed Paints Brushes Glass Oils Lime 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 TEACHERS IT g M A COLLINS in regard Opposite the Farmers Bank Close One Hour Earlier INSTITUTE Institute on the subject of history a committee to confer with the SHOT THE WRONG MAN Annual Meeting in this City ing an essay This Week We have been kindly furnished with the following account of the proceedings by Mr Geo B Hancock the Secretary The Frankin County Teachers Institute convened in the Courthouse at Frankfort Ky Oct 9 1893 FIRST DAY MONDAY Â¬ Â¬ After organizing Rev H G Henderson delivered the welcome address and was followed by Col T B Ford who gave some excelAdjournlent advice to teachers 1 p m ed to meet at AFTERNOON SESSION Â¬ Â¬ After prayer and roll call excellent essay on spelling Reread by Miss Annie Magill marks were then made on this subject by a number of the members of the Institute Rev H M Polsgrove addressed the meet ing concerning the duties of the Adjourned at 240 members Â¬ an was Â¬ Â¬ oclock I J TUESDAY MORNING The Institute was called to order by President Hunter and opened with prayer by Rev H M Polsgrove President Hunter was excused by vote of the Institute that he might attend to official duties connected with the Odd Fellows fraternity and H M Polsgrove was appointed chairman until the return of Mr Hunter Prof M B Jones of Lexington was present and very ably represented the Home and which is the official School organ of the Kentucky State Board of Education Theory and Art of teaching was then discussed by Prof R E Taylor Penmanship was next discussed by the following teachers M L Wiley R E Taylor Prof T M Goodnight W H Parrent G D Hancock and Robt Graham Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ On and after the 1st day of No- Â¬ Bullet Intended for Another vember the four banks in this city Man School grading was next taken FRIDAY MORNING will close their doors at 2 oclock Â¬ Called to order by President up and discussed by Messrs Polsin the afternoon instead of 3 oclock Some young people gave a as heretofore Prayer by Mr S C grove Porter Goodnight and Hunter Persons having Song by Messrs S C dance in a vacant house on business with either of the banks Miss Grace Murray Adjourn- Bui Bull Robt B Franklin and Holmes street Tuesday night and should bear in mind that they ment AFTERNOON SESSION Frank Bull After which the among those who attended were have to transact it between the Mitchell and Thurman Reading was the first subject Institute joined in singing All Hal hours of 9 a m and 2 p m after Boone who had some words a noticed and was discussed by Hail the Power of Jesus Name the time mentioned Misses Annie Yarbrough Lizzie Poes Raven was then recited by night or so before at a similar en- Â¬ To Louisville Ky It is claimed Boone Hahn Leona Jett and Messrs Col J L Scott Song by tertainment Polsgrove Bramble Albert made an insulting remark about Graham Messrs J C Porter The Louisville and Nashville Reed Porter Wiley and Prof Bramble R C Jouett and J H the ladies present when Mitchell will sell tickets to Louisville The two road ordered him to leave Goodnight Jouett and return at a fare and a third Mr Robert B Franklin who Mr Robert B Franklin next went outside when Boone drew a October 9 to 14 inclusive on ac- Â¬ was present was called on for a sang the Warrior Bold which pistol and snapped it in Mitchells count of the races speech and responded with a few he followed by the Golden Slip- - face but it failed to go off and H B Logsdon Agent remarks and a recitation The pers and Judge Sneed recited Mitchell knocked him down m Boone got up ran across the Deaths Institute not being satisfied with Lord Uhlens Daughter Ad street and fired three shots at his this asked for a song also which journment Johnson Mrs Louisa Johnson assailant in the dark one ball he kindly rendered in his best AFTERROON SESSION striking Mr John Salyers who died at her home in Lancaster style and was greatly appreciated Â¬ But little business was transThe de Â¬ was walking along the street re- Â¬ Ohio on Wednesday by the Institute acted and after passing several ceased was the mother of Mr The subject of grammar was resolutions the Institute adjourn- Â¬ turning from the speaking at the Court HouSe just below the left Frank A Johnson of this city taken up After the reading of ed shoulder blade going four or five During my term of service in the an essay upon the subject by Miss army I contracted chronic diarrhoea Mother-in-LaShot Ills inches through the flesh and lodg Â¬ says A E Bending of Hnlsey Ore Â¬ Bonnie Hockensmith the subject ing near the middle of the back gon Since then I have used a great was further discussed by Col Ford amount of medicine but when I found John Phelps and his mother-in-lain a short any that wojuld give me relief they it Profs Harney and Taylor Ad Mary Page both colored had a where was cut out until time after The wound will canse would injure my Btomach journment falling out about family matters on Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Mr Salyers some inconvenience Diarrhoea remedy was brought to my THURSDAY MORNING Holmes street yesterday morning notice I used it and will say it is the Institute met at 930 with Rev and in the fracas Phelps drew a for a few days but is not at all only remedy that gave me permanent relief and no bad results follow H M Polsgrove in the chair pistol and shot the woman in the serious Both Boone and Mitchell were For sale by J W Qayle Prayer by Rev George Darsie thigh It seems Phelps and his zw romst hack achmm Song by Messrs Sam C Bull wife did not get along amicably arrested and placed under bond Or 70a are all worn out really good lor notk- tag it la general debility Try the former in 500 and the latter Robert B Franklin W H Par and he wanted his mother-in-laBROWS IRON MTTBlla girt It will euro you cleanse your licr and in 200 and their examination set rent and Frank Bull a rood appetite to take her daughter home hence for Wednesday- afternoon but His the row Song by the Institute when called for trial the case was On motion Loving Kindness Dissolution of Partnership A Runaway postponed until Monday it was decided to have a picture of the Institute taken in a body THE FIRM OF ANDERSON CO COMPOSED Mr D B which Miss Lucy Pattie opened by read Â¬ County Superintendent to same Adjourned John Salyers Receives a Â¬ w w w - Friday at 1 1 oclock Walcutts horse Advertised Letters at Frankfort Â¬ Rev George Darsie then gave a short address The roll was called and absentees noted and Compqsition Language were discussed by Rev H M Polsgrove Rev George Darsie C H Parrent Garret Reed J H Shipp and Miss Grace Murray After which Judge WH Sneed delivered a short address Recess AFTERNOON SESSION standing in front of Crutcher Starks Thursday night during the performance of the Hi Henry show took a notion to run away and in its mad career it broke the harness got loose from the vehicle and is still at large Beyond the breaking of the harness the damage was was left slight Kentucky Below will be found a list of adver Â¬ Cheap as Dirt Adjournment AFTERNOON SESSION Civics Arithmetic and Geogra Â¬ phy were the subjects considered during the afternoon session and their discussion was entered into by many of the members Ad journed to meet at 9 oclock Wednesday morning WEDNESDAY MORNING The Institute was called to v Mi order by President Hunter and after prayer by C H Parrent the roll was called and absentees noted Addresses delivered by County Attorney I F Johnson and Circuit Court Clerk T B Ford on the subject of Civil Government After the distinguished gentle men were through speaking Hon John L Scott in his usual humor ous manner gave the teachers some excellent words of encouragement Next a discussion was entered into by members of the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Messrs J W Gaines Son of Tennessee ad- having determined to quit the salt dressed the Institute for a short business are offering 1200 barrels time at the very bottom notch 40 and The committe on programme 80 cents per barrel and have a made a report which was adopted damaged lot which they will almost The subject of reading was give away Call quick and get a opened for discussion by G T bargain 6 2t Graham who was followed by Three of a Kind Misses Annie Yarbrough Lizzie Hahn Aggie Webster and Messrs The wife of Sam Tolls colored Robt Graham C H Parrent a resident of North Washington W H Parrent and John Porter street gave birth to three boy Mr Garrett Read moved that babies Thursday morning The the first speeches on any one subchildren are all healthy looking ject be limited to five minutes little fellows and they with their and second speeches to two and a mother are doing well but the half minutes After being secondfather what shall we say of him ed by Mr C H Panent the m motion was adopted For Rent A front room on Mr J C Porter in a few re Main street suitable for office marks called the attention of the Address M this office 52 tf Institute to the fact that a county library Was becoming a necessity FOR DYSPEPSIA Indigestion and Stomach disorders take and on motion Mr Porter and liKOWIVt IKON I1ITTHHS All dealers teen It 81 per bottle Genulnehas trado maric and crossed red lines cm wrapper Miss Grace Murray were appointed Mr Shanna Â¬ Â¬ tised letters for the week ending October 12 1893 Adams Mary Lex Elsie Blackburn Louise Meade Mattie McBride W D Clark Allen Moore John Dunbar Q M Coleman Lewis More Mary Davis Moses H Owens Wihon Carter W E Perkins Honry Egges John Parker Mason Edwards Imogeno Robertson A R Fisher Mr Reed Mary E Rogers Tillie Emmitt W Q Taylor T R Gilbert Tom Hutchison Oney Tester J M 3 True Lucy J Harper E W Henry Jake Wilson Cordie Hudson J W Welsh B J Wright Elizabeth Huohins Jim Wilson Mary Hines Laura Warfleld A A Carter Sam Vinegar Jonah Hanes Jesse D Valker H H Harris N J Hall Sadie Canton Wildey No 6 King Hester LewiB Addio When calling for these letters say advertised J M Saffkll P M v FAnderson and S T Carter heretofore doing a general merchandising business at Swlt zer Frankllu county Ky whs this day dissolved by mutual consent S T Cirter retiring T An Â¬ derson tIU still continue the business and la entitled to collect and receipt or all amount due is aid firm ANDSRSON 8 T CARTBB Swltzer Ky Oct 2 ie93 6 4t I FARM FOR SALE FRANKLIN CIRCUIT COURT Jko Jno Nuttbks Aimn R Nutters Heiks Ac VIRTUE OF A JUDGMENT OF TYcourt In above cause I will on the 1j THE MONDAY NOVEMBER 0 93 At about 12 oclock in sell the farm of about 187 acres of land about six miles south of Frankfort Ky adjoining the lunds of Thos Fanner deed Henry Clay Ac on a credit of 6 and 12 mouths In equal Installments Purchaser will be reÂ¬ quired to execute bond with approved security benrlnr 6 per coat Interest from date of sale Oct H 3t Commissioner F CC W H POSEY FOR SALE lEEoUise eizid Xjot SEVEN LOCATED side on Conway AHOUSE OFstreet south ROOMSIstooffered for sale at a bargain For terms apply Oct 7 A IJargo Party The excursion run over the Kentucky Midland Queen Cresent and Big Four Railroads on Thursday of last week carried 467 people from the Blue Grass region to the Worlds Fair Mrs R C Rhen Of Milford tf WM CO RMWELL CHAS T RA F Attorney at Lnw FRANKFORT KY Office in the Hume Building Â¬ 1 Â¬ Nob says she suffered groatly from a complication of dis Â¬ eases of female weakness and liver and kidnov troubles Her hoalth was claims against CSuters fully restored by using Dr Halos ALL persons having wlllpleue comeJforward be Â¬ estate Household Tea the most pleasant tween now and March 1 1894 with claims prop Â¬ nil and offeotivo medioine known 25o erly proven andcomepersons Indebted to the es forward and settle and 50c per package at P H Oaii tuto will please J M WILLIAMS Admr 1 Oct Mm penters drug store SwAixowrixLD Oct 2 1893 NOTIGR jaWmIL u SMlLu fftk wiiiAitj LAilfttf4 4 tfoi mm it wassiMmSmmM T v vm 8 I 4 CRUTCHER EVERYBODY SP M STARKS DONT You MISS IF YOU DONT Have an tho doc ff i u kI HEKE IT JS now And no of our JtyJ vsiir CHfcv A J Ji L mer- - DB Suits hun- - them prices ties so ft put the every- - illi TnH ISB hsP jMS dFwsbto Sadie ohnnt pro- - tailor duce a Sy3ff Xvx Ulster tor and have can hrs f - the un- - dreds of hand- AU quail- - somoror flttin I JO o J ftMSSfiS better garment lwfey Xll b I j may got of many Kl lT I i -- aa to tnese 14 I 1 than We show J vlU utlons p a o fi - andSty- - in conse- - - o Wkwk xKMmm p yTTOowBangWEaaWBBt A r fcN v I TrT Blizards ing and Leading defies a like an 3 s MmMMW them in some 20 f different 0 I z FP They are ing this gar- - IfeBSS BJM ittlf W Bfllf lptipKil reach of materi- body made Vf 1 p 11 alaall in this ful three Cutaway New and I g fl 1 J I the lead- - beauti- ments button Beason L It I r Wjjwl II Hl Ulster them felfflKW 1800 Frock M jaC n l8CO Prices 1 600 800 giooo 2000 1200 2200 1500 1000 11500 2200 2000 2500 See Window forHats and Shoes See Our WMoi Display ofHatsSloBs 400 1000 1200 1500 2000 2500 We show a ereat line Fall and SorineI oo to 1500 weight Overcoats 500 700 500 600 1500 up to 800 1000 2000 1200 - The Best Jeans Pants for 100 Sold Everywhere for 150 Best Doeskin Jeans Pants 125 Sold Everywhere for 175 it UJXU 1UI1 F3rtxilscit Rev E A Peiiick Â¬ stxxdL VIA PICTURESQUE Xjoxxisxrillo Fair STARKS ANNOTJNCEMIDNTS Folding His Tent THE LAKE ROUTE TO THE WORLDS FAIIJ MACKINAC The New Sontli and the Worlds m k i - Z9H u- W- - IWA kr Emmanuel Chapel Winchester Wednesday Oct 4 1893 the following was unanimously adopted Whereas The Rev E A Penick late Rector of Ascension Ky and Frankfort Church this Convocation having iean of been called to a wider field of effort has severed his connection with the Diocese of Kentucky and the Convocation of Lexington be it therefore Resolved That in the removal of the Rev E A Penick the Diocese at large and the Convocation pi Ijexington in particular have both lost one of their most valuable and earnest workers and most fearless and manly christian ministers We feel that there was no Clergyman in the Diocese better posted nor who took a more earnest and self sacrificing interest in its welfare and his presence will be sorely missed from among its workers and his ripe experience and wisdom from its councils Resolved That a copy of these resolutions be sent our brother the Rev E A Penick and also the Bishops Letter and the papers of Frankfort for publicaR L MCkeady tion Secretary Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mr F M Caldwell who has At a meeting of the Convocaheld in been doing a photograph business tion of Lexington building called the Blue Booth at the north end of the St Clair street bridge for the past year is taking down his house and will seek pastures new in a temporary Bought a Home B Hamilton sold on Mr Monday to Mr George L Han- nen the very pretty new two story residence he recently erected on part of the circus lot on Holmes T street for 2525 Will Reorganize Avoid the heat and dust by traveling on the Floating Palaces of the Detroit Cleveland Steam Navigation Company Two new steel passenger steamers havo ju3t been built for this Upper Lake route coating 300000 each and are guaranteed to bo the grandest largest safest and fastest Bteamers on the Lakes speed 20 miles per hour running time between Cleveland Toledo and Chicago less than 50 hours Four trips per week between Toledo Detroit Alpena Mackinac Petos key and Chicago Daily trips between Detroit and Cleveland during July and August double daily service will be main Â¬ tained giving a daylight ride across lake Erie Daily service between Cleveland First class stateroom and accommodations and menu and exceedingly low Round Trip Rates The pala tial equipment the luxury of tho appoint ments makes traveling on these steamers thoroughly enjoyable Send for Illus- Â¬ trated pamphlet Address A A Schantz A Detroit 80P Detroit Mich Cleveland Steam Nv Put-in-Ba- y Â¬ Â¬ The ladies of last years After Insure Against Accident m Recovers Ills Speech M Pi Alphonoe Hempling of Summit township Butler Co Penn made an son affidavit that his twelve-year-ol- d Who bad had St Vitus Dance for twelve years lost his speeoh was completely cured after using three bottles of Dr Miles Restorative Nervine and also reeovered his speech Thousands testify to won- Â¬ derful cures from using it for ner nervous vous diseases dyspepsia debility dullness confusion of mind o headache Four doses of this Nervine oured Mrs W E Burns South Bond Ind who had been suffering with constant headache for tbreo months Trial bottle and ele Â¬ gant book free at J W Gayles 4 Â¬ Edward Shepherd Harrodsburg had a running sore on his leg of eight years standing used 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 doctors said he was inourable One bottle Elec tric Bitters and one box Bucklens Arnica Salve oured him entirely Sold by the South Side drug store 3 P H Carpenter 111 noon Euchre Club are requested A 3000 accident policy good to meet at the Capitol Hotel this for seven days can be obtained afternoon at 3 oclock for the by any gentleman or lady for 1 purpose of reorganization Co from Jacob Swigert 5i 4t Specimen Cases For Sale or Rent My house S H Clifford of New Oassell Wis on West Main street at present was trouhled wltn Neuralgia and Rheumatism his stomaoh was disor- occupied by Col Corbetts family dered his liver waB affected to an Possession given immediately alarming degree appetite fell away 53 tf Mrs W B Rodman and he was terribly reduced in flesh and strength Three bottles of Elec Bucklens Arnica Salve tric Bitten cured him Â¬ Â¬ Tho best salve in the world for Outs Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rbeum Fever Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns and all Skin Erup tions and positively cures Piles or no pay required It is guaranteed to rive satisfaction or money refunded Price 25 cents per box For sale by Â¬ 8 ly Phil Carpenter Dr Halos Household Ointment FovSturag I have plenty of fresh grass and and a fourth miles from Frankfort upon which I will take a limited number of cattle For terms apply to me at Weston Union Telegraph office Frankfort Chas Nkwton Sept 30 tf one good water house on Ann street For Sale or Rent My dwelling tf J T Buckley Neuralgia and Rheumatism Oures Piles like magic Oures Salt Rheum in the most soothing1 manner Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Oures Coughs and Colds Can be taken internally A fosltive speciflo for pneumonia OnJof Bruises Burns Chilblains Sores or lona standlnrr Corns and Bunions aro cured quickly different from all else superior to all else it lias no equal 25 and 6O0 boxes Large size cheapest Sold at Carpen 8 tbrs drug store Is the finest remedy in the world It absolutely cures catarrh It oures and Dixons line and typical South- Â¬ For Senator erners easily distinguishable in the t0 an10UllC8 on W W immense throng by tho graceful bTiaHLNSON military bearing of the gentlemen for Sen itor fromof Mercer county as a candidate this and the rare beauty of the ladies are tlon of the Democraticdistrict subject to then party to be met in great numbers on the June 8to Exposition grounds in the corridors For Ttlayor of the leading hotels and at the aFSr othorlzej to various social gatherings in the MlNGANaa a candidate announce or lewis air for Mayor lrankfozt Worlds Fair Oifcv at the next elect cm subject to the action ot th To a large extent tho success of Democratic party Juiyi te tho Fair depends upon the Southern people tho Board of Managers ex For Police Jude pect hundreds of thousands wu South of the Ohio rivofto ot Frankfort subject to the nctlon of the Demo attend the Exposition tiresent indications fchfiv will nnt l cratlc party xne ranroaas are uiaiippuintuu making extensive preparations to For Superintendent of Public Schools take earo of fchn nflonfo nnH tlinl t0 nmce mim LUCY comfort onroute is fully assured SJ The Big Four Routed which is the S3K8KR S only line making connection in Cen- - the etl0U ot the Democrutlo party traf Union Station Cincinnati with through trains of the E T V G For City Marshal Vueen ot ureacenr xiouto lioulsvllle We are nuthortred to announce B B JEKFERS Nashville R R Kentucky Central By and Chesapeake iWKgu0 Ohio Rv ffAS SHSS D v Vm Naturally forms the popnlar outlet for PartyT Boucuern travel ana to accommodate HSR the business five elegant vestibuled WML trains with parlor cars sleeping cars dining cars and elegant coaches aro run daily from Cincinnati to Ohicacro stopping at Midway Plaisance thei Main Entranoe to the Worlds Fair 60th St Hyde Park 51st St 39th St REAL BTATJB AGBNT 22d St and running into the new 12th St Station on the Lake Front makiin iiJUt Mjoinu witii i All the Worlds Fair hotels and boarding houses are located adjacent ad tfe ictuii 9t imu to the Big Four stations and passeh- 1ML1 via the popular line avoid the ong tiresome transfer across tho city necessary by all other lines from Fine Rent Oinoinnati There is positively no other line landing passengers at the HE DUDLBY FARM ADJOINING CITT stations named and as it affords in limits on the Georgetown pike containing to the comfort and con- Â¬ addition llCrOl Iaree rAAlllAltra tnhnmA horn and venience a great saving of time and stables Splendid dairy and tobacco farm PoMMalongtren March lit 1HH Kor partUa- expense all the South who contem Â¬ Un apply to plate a trip to the Worlds Fair should FBANKCHINN be sure to ask for tickets via the Big Jaly23 tf Frankfort Ky Four Route For full information address D B DiAxtixauenerai rassonger Agent W HINK Cincinnati -- No seotion of the country East Wfl are a North or West is taking a greater in- Â¬ cand Mate authorized to jiuuoimce LJ COX as of for re electloa as Representative terest in the Worlds Fair at present IrmiMlii i omity u the next Legislature subject 44 tf than that portion lying south of Mason to the action it the Democratic party For Itoprcsentntive Mm aSfSTjSoftS lSSSaX1 Ag-2C-ta- TA - CROMWELL Farnrfor J JR Will practice in all State Courts Of fice second floor Custom House Aot on a new principle regulating the liver stomaoh and bowels though the nerves A new discovery Dr Sale Miles Pills spoodily ouro biliousness bad taste torpldliver piles constipa Â¬ FOR BALK 100 HRAD OF FIRST tion Splendid for men women and claoa ewes which I will sallon idz aonttw children Smallest mlldost surest time Also- a faw HhrnnWr - and flout Dona oHeap 50dososfor25oonts Samples free at louc lu wul BUUiIlI RIMBLI T TO rearrlnla An i tf I ligVi 11 wi Forks of llkktra Ky WIT Miles Nervo and Liver Fills Â¬ Sheep for --- 1 - 1 Vnrnl ivvBluuma I J