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WtTDIJ w Jamk i The L ys- - -- sr w BATOFORT K0MMB0UT TERMS EO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERS DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS 100 In Advanoe NO 7 VOL XVII THE LOCAL LEGISLATURE FRANKFOET KY SATURDAY OCTOBER 21 1893 AN ASSIGNMENT his house The complaints were referred to the street committee The Frankfort Furniture Com Â¬ E M Williams was granted pany in tlio Hands of Jolm W Gaines for tlio Benefit permission to erect a frame office of its Creditors N yards provided on the L he obtained the consent of the people in the neighborhood as required by ordinance The reading of the election ordinance was postponed until next meeting A petition was received from S V Pence praying a tavern or saloon license for the Meriwether Hotel Referred to license committee Dr Sam E James of the Board of Health appeared before the council and called attention to the danger to the health of the people at south Cross and Main and Campbell and Main streets from a failure to provide traps to the sewers in those localities The matter was referred to the health committee On motion of J E Miles Henry Harris colored was released from the workhouse he having served out enough of his time to pay the Â¬ Â¬ Highest of all in Leavening Power Complaints of Various Kinds Petitions Traps to Sewers for Health and Other Matters Consid Â¬ ered Sconery in The Opera House Â¬ The city council met Tuesday -- iiJ rv r i f iTil t - I 4f v k t Mil KK Mi HK R night with all the members present excepting Messrs Swi gert and Watson The Sinking Fund ordinance time and was read a second passed A communication from the Capital Street Railway Company complaining that the poles being erected by the Capital Gas and Electric Light Company were too low to admit of the trolley wires passing under was referred to the gas committee Mr J W Rodman and Mr Chas F Exum appeared before tke council the first mentioned complaining that the Street Rail way was running its line too close to his property and the last men- - costs in his case A saloon license to T G tioned objecting to the placing of an electric light pole in front of Dailey was favorably-- reported and n4nr4rvi passed The petition of Boicourt Steffee asking rebate on grocery license was granted Mr M P Gray moved that the workhouse committee be empowered to have repairs made to roof of the buildings and that PRICE HOUSE they also purchase three stoves for ONE the use of the above place Marshal Jeffers was allowed 10 A man woman or child can buy at the same prices Everything is per cent on the Congleton Bros I told and J C Peden taxes marked in Plain Figures you the cold wave was coming It The hall committee were emis here and I never was better pre- powered to engage the services of pared to please you than I am now and My stock is full up in all kinds of Mr Caldwell in retouching repairing the scenery in the opera Goods Suitable house Cold On mojion of Mr Gray the I can show you very large va- workhouse committee were inrieties in structed to purchase a ticket for the boy from Kankakee who is for Ladies Gents Children and confined in the workhouse and Infants in All wool Meiriio and send him out of the city Also a very complete Cotton The council then adjourned to line of Hosiery in Wool Merrino and Cotton Remember I make meet again last night these goods a specialty and for Nervous Prostration that reason you can find most any in this line at the Very thing A largo manufacturer whose affairs Lowest Prices In were very much embarrassed and Â¬ WFHWWf Wt HAHTSTEINS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Weather For The Frankfort Furniture Manufacturing Company fell victim to the financial stringency on Monday A deed of assignment signed bv Mr TosepIfT Staten Presi dent placed all the companys effects in the hands of Mr John W Gaines who will proceed to close out the busines for the benefit of the creditors The exact of the assets and liabiliamount ties is not yet known but Mr W C Lutkemeier the Secretary says that tho company owes about 7000 of which 56000 fully secured is owing to the banks and Sioco unsecured to the local saw mills and smaller creditors here and elsewhere The plant o Holmes street which includes the grounds factory building and machinery cost the company about i4ooo which with the good accounts and stock on hand ought to bring even in these dull times more than a sufficient sum to meet the liabilities The company has been in existence a little more than two years during a part of which the prospects for a large trade were very flattering but for a member of months past the demandfor furniture was so very small that it became necessary to cease further work in the factory until the supIn ply on hand was exhausted the meantime the paper in the banks matured and the directors of the company concluded that it was best to wind up their affairs by an assignment It is said a new company may be organized later to purchase the plant and continue the business Â¬ Â¬ m Govcunor Â¬ Latest U S Govt Report Baking Powder Â¬ ABSOLUTELY PURE There is evidence in the record submitted to me that Dr Welsh is not a reputable physician that his methods of practice and busi- Â¬ ness in his profession are disreputable and misleading to the public Believing the act under which the State Board of Health have proceeded to be constitutional also that the board has not ex-Â¬ ceeded its powers and that its action is sustained by the evidence I therefore decline to disturb the judgment in this case Dr Welsh proposes to test the law by continuing his practice and suffering an arrest so that the matter may be brought to the courts and be decided by the Court of Appeals During my term of service in the army I contracted chronic diarrhoea says A E Bending of Halsey Ore gon Since then I have used a great amount of medicine but when I found any that would give me relief they would injure my Btomach until Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy was brought to my notice I used it and will say it is tho only remedy that gave me permanent relief and no bad results follow For sale by J W Gayle Â¬ NOVEMBER 1ST Â¬ Adjutant General Gross Tenders His Resignation to the Adjutant General Gross who be elected Senator in the Breckinridge Meade and Hancock districts tendered his resignation as Adjutant General to Governor Brown last Saturday It will take effect November 1st before which time Gov Brown will name Gen Gross successor Col J J Smith of the Third Regiment of Bowling Green Col M H Crump also of that city Col E H Gaither of the Second Regiment at Harrodsburg and ColFrank BRichardson Assistant Adjt General have been mentioned as among the number whose claims have been spoken of Gen Gross on retiring recommended Col Richardson to the Governor and the many friends of that official are hopeful that he may be will Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ successful Mrs R C Rhea Of Milford Neb says she suffered greatly from a complication of dis Â¬ eases of female weakness and liver and kidney troubles Her health was fully restored by using Dr Hales Household Tea the most pleasant and effective medicine known 25c and 50c per package at P H Car Â¬ 1 penters drug store Â¬ rAAAAAAAAAAA Given Away TO OUR CUSTOMERS ft f DR E AwELSII Gov Brown Affirms the State Boards Action in Refusing Him a Certificate Â¬ Â¬ UNDERWEAR I consider Chamberlains Cough Remedy a specific for croup It is very pleasant to take which is one of the most important requisites whore a cough remedy is intended for use among ohildron I have known of cases of croup where 1 know tho life of a little one was saved by the use of Chamberlains Cough Rem Â¬ edy J J LaGrange druggist Avoca Nebraska 50 cent bottles for sale by J W Gayle 1 Gov Brown on Tuesday de- Â¬ clined to interfere in the appeal Welsh of case of Dr E A Â¬ Tlie Salvor Hogg Contest Case The Democratic State Central Â¬ Welsh of Louisville Copeland who was refused a certificate by the State Board of Health to practice medicine in Kentucky The Governor humming up his lengthy opinion in the cae says Which vUl you have sickness Buffering and de Â¬ spair or health tit i - Blankets at Your - and - Comforts I can give them to you almost Prices Com- Own forts as low as 70c and Blankets at qoc a pair Good Canton Flan nels as low as 5c a yard Good A Domet Flannels at 5c a yard of Saques Hoods large line Booties Fascinators and Chil dfens Cloaks in long or short h Remember that I have all shades of Zephyrs at 5c an ounce the best imported Saxony Yarn at 10c a hank and the best imported Germantown Yarn at 15c for a double hank these are the best imported yarns guaranteed Dress Goods Trimming Silks and Trimming Velvets in all colors and a great variety of them Flannels Plain and Twilled in Red Gray While and skirting flannels Money saved is certainly money made and you can save it if you will buy your goods at Â¬ Committee met in this city Wednesday to settle the contest case strength and spirit You can between John P Salyer of Ma take your choice All chronic dis goffin county and Hiram Hogg eases and derange ments peculiar to of Owsley county both of whom wompn njw tvm- ll manentlv nnrnd for State claim the nomination by Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription It re from their district stores the female functions to healthy action Senator removes the obstructions and suppressions Salyer was represented by ex It which cause trouble and misery For pe pains internal inflammation ul Senator A H Hargis and Mr riodical and kindred ailments it is a positive ceration invigorated the The Hogg by his son Mr Ed Hogg remedyenriched system is improved melan digestion blood Its a legit The committee after hearing both choly and nervousness dispolledtkats guarat imate modicino tho only one Ga Cheap to Augusta sides and also the minutes of the teed to give satisfaction in the curs of all female complaints If it fails to give 22nd 29th and Dec Convention at Jackson as read by the money paid for satisfaction in any ease Nov 15th it is returned A little book on Woman and Her Dis 6th the Kentucky Midland Rail- the Secretary of the convention to any address sealed the eases senton receipt of tea cte forfrom ob way will sell tickets to Augusta unanimously agreed that postage servation Address Worlds Dispensary Mdlel As Ga and return from Frankfort at nomination properly belong to sociation 063 Main Street Buffalo H Y 2290 from Paris 2250 account Mr Salyer Augustas Exposition Â¬ and broken down with nervous exhaustion went to a celebrated specialist He was told that the only thing needed was to be relieved of care and worry and have a change of thought This doc- Â¬ tor was more conBiderato of his pa Â¬ tients health than of his financial He ought to have circumstances advised him to use Dr Miles Restor Â¬ ative Nervine the best remody for nervous prostration sleeplessness dizziness headache ill effects of spir Â¬ its tobacco coffee opium o Thou Â¬ sands testify to oures Books and trial bottles free at J W Gayles 5 who was overworked 1 4 finliil nliH naHnnlf Rants I - Â¬ Â¬ rial Tolling uuuu uun iuuiqo Solid Oak Music Rack CARD when i Ask for amaking your you are I Â¬ Â¬ purchases OF1 Â¬ OPE STOCK DRY GOODS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CLOAKS HARTSTEINS NO 310 tised Druggist and got a Trial Bottle froo Sena your name and address to H E Buoklon Co Chicago and get a sample box of Dr Kings Now Life Pills Froe as well a oopy of vGuldoto Health and HouBehofcl In All of which is structor Free guaranteed to do you good and cost MAIN STREET NEAR STATE nothing at Phil Oabpisntbrs Drug Storo NATIONAL DANK i Â¬ Good looks are more than Bkin Those who have used Dr Kings Now Discovery know its value and deep depending upom a healthy con Â¬ those who have not have the oppor dition of all the vital organs If the tunityto try it free Call on the adver Â¬ Liver bo maotiva you havo a Bilious All Free Good Lrooka H G MATTEM 3E3E- - AND NOTIONS Is the Look if your stomach be disordered you have a Dyspeptic Look and if your kidnoyB bo afflicted you have a Securo good health Pinched Look and you will have good looks Bleo trio Bitters is the groat alterative and Tonio acta direotly on these vital orÂ¬ gans Oures Pinnies Blotches Boils tnd gives a good complexion Sold at Phil QxaMtmufo Drug Store 4 PhoMiaper 334 MAIN STREET Largest and Cheapest In Frankfort GALL AND SEE THEM WBitzBi FRANKFORT KV Sunt l tm nun rasxaa SPffS PERSONATj Qon D W Lindsey was in Louis- Â¬ B ville Tuesday Mrs Russell Snood is homo from a trip to Cincinnati Miss Hallie Duvall is visiting friends in Oldham county Miss Eva Macklin is home from a visit to Lexington Miss Cordelia Lindsey is visiting friends in Louisville Dr E M Qober is in Chicago en Â¬ joying the Worlds Fair Mr John H Oassell was in Cincin- Â¬ nati this week on business Mis Rose Crittenden was a visitor in Lexington last Saturday Mr and Mrs George L Willis wore in Louisville the first of the week Mrs Lou Cannon of Louisville is in the city visiting her relatives Miss Margery Dudley is in Coving- Â¬ ton visiting the family of Dr Kearns Gov Brown went to Henderson Monday and returned homo Thurs Â¬ day Judge W H Holt and son Harry left laet night for a trip to the Worlds Fair Fair Messrs Henry Ahler and James W Welch are home from the Worlds rr CM Mr Frank Rodman of Cincinnati was herj3 this week visiting his par Â¬ ents Mrs John Gray of Elizabethtown is tne guest of Mr and Mrs J G Mc Â¬ Lean Mrs H Clay Hatohitt of Scott county visited Mrs R P Pepper this week Miss Agnes Drane is visiting the family of Mr Ed Drane in Henry county Mrs W Jesse of New Castle is visiting her daughter Mrs Wm 1 home yesterday Mrs E Polk Johnson is visiting her sister Mrs Isaacs at Eastwood Jefferson county Mr and Mrs James Andrew Scott and children returned Tuesday from Cromwell Mrs A F Respess after a visit to her mother in Maysville returned the Worlds Fair Judge Ohas J Helm of Newport was in he city Tuesday attending the Court of Appeals Mrs Sam 0 Sayre will go to St Louis to day to visit her daughter Mrs James Meek Mrs F T Brooks of Syracuse N Y is in the city visiting her father Papt Sam Sanders Miss Genevieve Weitzel is home from an extended visit to relatives in MemphisTennessee Miss Hocker Hazelrigg and friends of hers from Lexington are at the WorldB Fair this week Mr Thomas Rogers returned home Wednesday from a ten days sight seeing at the Worlds Fair MissJMollie W Dryden who went to Oldham county last Saturday to visit friends has returned Mrs George T Stagg and Miss Mat tie Freeman visited Mrs John Good Â¬ man in LouJBville this week Mr George A Lewis attended the annual meeting of the Masonic Grand Lodge in Louisville this week Mrs Webster Gazlay after a visit to her mother and sisters returned to her home in Louisville last Saturday Mr and Mrs D B Walcutt Mrs Anna walcutt and Miss Lucy P Browifare visitors at the Worlds Â¬ Fair Squire Pat McDonald wont to Louisville Thursday Mr Jesse Williams went to the Worlds Fair Thursday Miss Laura Reishor of Louisvillo is visiting Miss Rebecca Avorill Mrs D M McHenry and Mrs L 0 Norman were in Louisvillo yesterday Mrs Sam Steele was in Lexington Wednesday to attend the Roche Ross wedding C B Daniel of Sholbycounty was the guest of Miss Frances Hodges last week Gen Fayette Howitt and Mr Virgil Hewitt are viewing the sights at the Worlds Fair Mr John Oornolius of Louisville who formerly resided here was in the city Thursday Mrs Raymond Byrum of Louisville is visiting the family of her uncle Mr H J Hyde Mr James M Todd jr- of Louis- Â¬ ville was in the city this week visit Â¬ ing his parents Hbq Mary Hill of Lexington was the guest of Miss May Morris for i several days this week Miss Stella Van Arsdell of Harrods- burg will arrive this morning to visit Miss Lizzie Hudson for a few days Mrs Hugh Mulholland and Miss Alice Withrow returned Thursday afternoon from a visit to friends in Louisville Rev Jamea L Gorey Private Sec Â¬ retary to the Bishop of this Diocese was here Sunday visiting his brother Rev W E Gorey Mr and Mrs Western Thomas of Anderson Ind will be in the city next week to viBit Mr Thomas mother and Bisters Mrs Brown wife of the Governor and her daughter MiBS Birdie re Â¬ turned home last Saturday from a visit to the Worlds Fair Miss Hallie Duvall of this city was the maid of honor at the wedding Wednesday at Pewee Valley of Miss Lula Monks to Mr E G Isaacs Col John B Taylor of Newport who was interested in a suit before the Court of Appeals was here Mpu day and Tuesday viBiting Mr Grant Green Ex Senators D H Smith of LaRue county J W McCain of Trimble county and A H Hargis of Breathitt county were in the city Tuesday and Wednesday Mrs W H Holt and daughters Misses Sallie Carrie and Lizzie left for Chicago Sunday night visit the Worlds Fair They will stop at the University Hotel Mr John Schuling of Olympia Washington and aimer Mies Louise Schuling of DeB Moines Iowa ate the guests ot Mihbes Lizzie and Florence Weitzel on High and Broad way Gen and Mrs Green Clay Smijih were in the city the latter part of last week They hud their furniture which had been stored here sent on to Washington City where they in Â¬ tend to go to housekeeping Mr Charley Reynolds of Lexing ton has secured a position with the Co distillers firm of J JZ Pepper He will travel for the firm Ho is well known in this city and will have the good wishes of a host of friends Mr and Mrs 0 F Exum Misses Emma Morris Louise and Maggie Daniels Josie Daisy and Lucy Hughes Jora Blakemore Lettie and Mary Chesney and Mr W A Bull are home from a trip to the Worlds - For Sale on Terms to Suit the Times AXLES lOWt OOH -- Nil vWl th I Wtt I 6UH I I a 3 Property or W BDrldgcford und Henry Ahler - I47Iltt m s 4J10ft I 4 JlGIt R O tiki ft PI Pf - i I GOft li EOft 60ft 4Jlfift 4916ft 401jBft MURBAY M 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 It For terms call on Augl9 3m the property It is near the river and on the M Illinois Kentucky I From Danville 111 Mrs H J Nabor writes I have been using your remedies for scrofula and am greatly benefited My back was al- Â¬ most one solid sore Two boxes of Dr Hales Household Ointment IbbV TbW BBS HP MBk LH healed it entirely P From Olive Hill Ky Mrs M J i Matney writes May 13 1892 My daughter has been afflicted with ery- Â¬ sipelas in her eyes from infancy She is now past 12 years old and one 25o box has cured her It costs no more to get the best Get a box at P H We intend keeping goods moving if good goods and low prices will 1 Carpenters drug store do it We are daily receiving V B lW JW JW JW m jjniijiHiiiiKftjjjMMiiijl rieePTriiNC M OVING iiinniHjjiii - m We have just opened a very at tractive stock of ladioa and misses cloaks with the stylish Worth Columbus and Franklin capes and col- Â¬ lars Come and see them Â¬ Â¬ Cloaks Cloaks Sam D Johnson Co rough goods now so fashionable Sam D Johnson Dress Goods We have all the latest effects in Co ZFresli 3 oocLs Olives Olive Oil IFreiacli Peas and 3S msliroorns IE3danQ azid IFiaae- A pple and Cream Olxeese cSCC cSGC paragr-ULs t A f 35C r jSIVS a SIS 5V3 Hosiery Ilosiery Co On September 30 we receive our first consignment of Oysters and will keep nothing but best goods regularly in stock m ii n J M We sell the celebrated onyx dye black cotton hose Every pair WAR Â¬ RANTED FAST Sam D Johnson ZESespectfuIly Kiel Gloves Kid Gloves Come and see our immense Btock The latest thing in Suede and Glace All the new colors with large pearl buttons Sam D Johnson Co TAG J XXh3 DR TTTrTPISTTTTT1 JAJmiJSd IN Hi X KELLEY WANTED By a subscriber m 9 nn ji THE SOUTH SIDE GROCER Millinery Millinery W I Our stock this season is unusually beautiful and artistic Come and see us before buying Goods shown with pleasure Sam D Johnson Co OF CINCINN AT IO will be at the FHOEISTISE HOTEL copies of the ROUNDABOUT ot September 30th Please lea ve at this office Will pay 5 several For Rent A front room on IN LEXINGTON KY Main street suitable for office Saturday November 4 1893 Address M this office Saturday November 25 1U93 52 tf Saturday December 16 1893 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 For terms apply to me at cattle Weston Union Telegraph office cured without surglea operation uud with little or no pain HEMORRHOIDS cents each for them JOHN DRISCOLI Piles m Liquor A m Fair Mrs RWells Covington of Bowling Green and son are the guests of Mr and Mrs W T Reading on Lewis street Mrs John R Forster of Louisville formerly MisB Cordie Cannon of this city is hero visiting Mrs Uberto Keenon Hon George Washington of New- Â¬ port who has many friends in this city was here Tuesday on legal business Mrs Margaretta Barrett of this city and sister Mrs J 0 Bailey of San Antonio Texas were in Louisville this week Mr Wm McEwan Mr and Mrs Andrew Cain and Miss Maggie Rogers went to Chicago Thursday to visit the IT- 11 Worlds Fair MrW L Coppersmith is in Chicago enjoying the Worlds Fair He left last Saturday and expects to be abset two weeks Dr and Mrs J Q A Stewart and Mr and Mrs J M VanDerveer and son Stewart spent Sunday at Spring Station as the guests of Oapt and Mrs James Blackburn and daughter Mils Henrietta Miss Nettie Walcutt who has been in Chicago for several months with her mother Mrs Lizzie Walcutt re- Â¬ turned home Wednesday and is with her grandmother Mrs McKee on North St Clair street Mrs Walcutt Frankfort Chas Newton intends to return the last of the month Sept 30 tf t Mr Will T Crutcher son of Col J N Crutcher of Bellepoint who T has been residing in Louisville for the few years having removed to artwell Ohio to reside came to the city the first of the week to take hiB family who spent the summer here to their new home is averted or if too late to Misses Natalie and Mary Campbell avert it it is often cured and Sawyier accompanied by their little always relieved by nephews Henry and Hawthorne Hill O Thursday afterleft over the 0 noon Miss Natalie to spend the winter studying art in New York and Miss Mary Campbell to visit her sister Mrs Hawthorne Hill at Ben sonhurst Long Island The Evening Times of Louisville on Tuesday with a picture of Miss Nellie Orbison of this city which was a tolerably good likeness pays her the following triblute the Cream of Cod liver Oil Miss Nellie Orbison of Frankfort whose portrait recently appeared in Cures Coughs Colds and the Beauty Gallery of the Illustrated Weak Lungs Physicians the Kentuckian is immensely popular here in LouiBville and on the ocworld over endorse it casion of her first prolonged visit to the city about two years ago she Dont be deceived by Substitutes created a veritable sensation in so- Â¬ Veprd fejr Scott Down N Y All Dru lit ciety Her pretty face vivacious manners and musical gifts caused her to be generally admired and the ROBERT GLORE compliments lavished upon her J tVaylor would have turned tho head of a less young woman sensible Miss Sept 23 tf GLOBE TAYLOR Orbisons mother is noted as one of the finest vocalists in Kentucky She sung for Christine Nilsson who Dissolutionofhrtnership was enthusiastic in praise of her voice Like her mother Miss Orbi- Â¬ son is a singer and musician and Ib FIRM OF ANDERSON 4 CO COMPOSED THE FAnderson and 8 TCurter heretofore organist of the Episcopal Church of prepared to do all kinds of doing a general merchandising business at Swlt Frankfort She is a granddaughter stone and brickwork on short zr Franklin county Ky was this day dissolved of Mr Hiram Berry ono of tho by mutual consent S T Career retiring 7 An wealthiest citizens of the capital notioo and in the beet Btyle derson will still continue the business and is entlUed to colltct and receipt for all amounts and few women occupy a more V ANDIRSON enviable position in social ciroles PRICES - REASONABLE due bald firm S T CARTER throughout the State 6 4W DOol 21 tm Swltoer Ky Oct 2 1893 CONSUMPTION 8cott Frankfort Ky J Dr E M Gober Frankfort Ky J T Staten Frankfort Ky V Berberlch Frankfort h Rev L P Hulett Benson Ky A H McClure Frankfort Ky ar J itughes Frankfort Ky David Moore Benson Ky Jas M Withrow Frunkfoit Ky DR KELLEYS olttceimd residence Is at 259 West Eighth street Cincinnati anu where he may be found every day of each week except SATUR Â¬ Pamphlets describing these diseases DAYS and the mode of treatment sent free to any one W I KELLEY M D by audressliiK 259 W Eight St Cincinnati O CONSULTATION FREE A REEERKNCES W McKee Hardle Frankfor Ky Merchant nil Hue of pure Anderson county whlBkiet wines brandies etc 235 BR04DWAY opposite State House April 15 tf 1 m 41 i FARM FOR SALE FRANKLIN CIRCUIT COURT 1 Jno Jko R vs R Nuttxrb ADHlt Ncrncns Hxms Ac OF VIRTUE OF JUDGMENT B Ycourt In the aboveA cause I will on THE MONDAY NOVEMBER 0 03 sell the farm of about 187 acres of land about six miles south of Frankfort Ky udlolnlng tho lands of Thos Farmer deod Henry Clay Ac on a credit of 6 and 12 months In equal Installments Purchaser will be re Â¬ quired to execute bond with approved security 6 per cent Interest from date of sale bearing At about 12 oclock m Oct 14 3t Â¬ Scotts M Emulsion s Commissioner F W H POSEY 00 NOTICE IS TO CERTIFY THAT I HAVE THIS engaged Mr F LINSKLL and his agents to sell tickets good for reduced rates on photos at my studio Any one purchasing tickets of them may feel assured that they will get lust what the tickets call for and my best work Dont fall H MATTERN to secure n ticket Oct 21 lt The Photographer TniS Â¬ Work Worry hi 1 and Disease v CONTRACTORS are a formidable trio yet the weak person frequently has to meet all of ttiem at once How can he overcome 1 1 Â¬ Dec2My The answer Is with our Compound Oxtokk and ours only The count loss demonstrations of 23 years war- runt this reply Our treatment Is available for home use neither need your occupation be The value of thee Interfered with features Is obvious What about your explanation und proof need Abook of Is yours to consider If asked for npw STARKEY A PALEN Prs Area btreet rnuaaeipuiara low n n w i mmnjwLp 3J IK EiMm1 t MrBsI lit i st 5 H - I W r i1 NEW GOODS IsL T 0 o 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 l0 SH p I lav o IjO o 0 0 0 0 0 0 Handsome Wedding Presents finer assort Â¬ Silver ment tlnan erer before- las Sterlings n 0 0 Pretty In Sterling Silver Presents ZDOT T IAIE3 uLp -- from OlfcTZE lJT- - V I Yc 4 A St Clair St Franl5forts seioeirt Jevs7elei 333 l t 4 I5Zy Democratic primary Weather Reports that the pupil sometimes rebels against authority Independent thought personal investigation and discovery and individual effort were the accidental rather than the premedi tated results of the school of the past The kindergarten method is to train to see to think and to express by doing and by speech No one doubts the utility of the Manual training kindergarten is advanced work of the same nature The lessons teach the pupils to see things as they arc to think of what is seen and to ex press thought in tangible form and in intelligent words They afford for independent peropportunities sonal effort on the part of th pupil He discovers his inherent though dormant power to accomplish a desired result and re joices in the discovery His esti mation of himself as a producer is increased and he realizes that to accomplish an end he must exert his best powers of mind and muscle in a systematic manner which is thought out beforehand and followed scrupulously to the end These impressions arc most vivid and their influence upon the He pupil is not evanescent carries the same spirit into his other school work and improves there also Teachers testify that there is a marked improvement in all lines of school work shown by The pupils manual training reason for this is that instead of converting words into thought by means of the printed page he converts his own observation into thought by means of handling things The labor in which he engages imperceptibly creates in the pupil a taste for reflection and study Manual training is not a panacea for all the ills with which the public school is afflicted It will not create brains nor supply any marked deficiency which exists as a consequence of pre natal influences It is not merely the in troduction of an occupation for still pupils idle otherwise less is it intended solely as a source of income or profit for poor parents or solely for the imIt is provement of handicrafts not the unintelligent copying of models but the cultivation of practical intelligence so as to prepare the pupil for a fair start in ordinary life or for advanced instruction upon a higher plane It is the introduction of a new principle that of labor into pub- Â¬ lic instruction just as the and principle of observation natural development have been introduced Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 m fete- ixJt m-r- 8 iVSJS M v - Ifvfi Ft S l J f M v s t Deputy Collector B T Farmer has received authority from the department to display the weather signals at the Custom House and as soon as he receives the flags from the Signal Service Bureau at Washington will begin putting them up The weather indications will be telegraphed him from Washington every morning and the flags will be displayed from COUNCILMEN pole on the wall near the interFirst Ward Geo C Drane VV the section of St Clair andWapping J Hughes Ben Marshall Jesse streets Williams Second Ward Chas EUwan Opens To day ger J E Miles O R Crutcher Mr Taylor G Dailey will open P C Sower Third Ward J W Gaines his new saloon on Broadway in James Rodman J W Pruett L the room formerly occupied by Ed Claassen to day and will be Tobin i glad to have his friends call and 80ARD OF EDUCATION He will have a full see him First Ward J W Johnson stock of liquors wines cigars and U V Williams tobacco for them to sample Second Ward G T Blackley W S Dehoney Shilohs Care the Great Cough and Third Ward Jason Case J H Croup Cure is for sale by us Pocket size contains twenty five doses only Graham 21 25c Children love it The following are the candidates nominated at the Democratic primary election held in this city and county on Thursday For Representative L J Cox For Mayor Ira Julian Police Judge W C Herndon City Prosecutor Pickens Tre mens City Marshal B B Jeffers Â¬ Â¬ FALL WINTER 03F1- - STOCK 1 J BOOTS SHOES --- HATS CAPS wi Mi m m MMfJ i R K MCLURE SUNS We have the best goods the largest stock and prices are right Deaths -- Manual Training WV 7 ft f 4- - I m U ii v R One of the triplets born If there were no other value to the wife of Sam Tall colored than its practical utility to recom Â¬ mend il manual training as a astweek died Monday school study would be highly Page Mr S C Bull received beneficial to that class of pupils a telegram Monday announcing which teachers call dull and slow the death Sunday night at Mem Â¬ To such it is so attractive as to phis Tennessee of Mr J Clifford hold them longer in school giving Page a cousin of Mrs Bull and teachers an extended opportunity to inspire them to renewed efforts about a quarter of a century ago a to improve in other studies resident of this city Very frequently it awakens an interest in other studies which jLdrcrtised IJottors at Frankfort nothing else could awaken The Kentucky testimony of teachers who have observed this and df parents who Below will bo found a Hat of adver Â¬ realize it and of pupils them tised letters for the week ending selves is that the study of manual Ootober 21 1893 training ranks in importance with Plaokard J S IBiers Henry the study of numbers or language Heryman Tresa Pope Mrs Sallie Russell Mrs Sallio in the benefit it confers upon its Bolder Sarah Orutchfield Miss Smith Mrs Anna recipients W H The introduction of hand work Ohinault Geo 2 Snell Miss Emma Gloer Miss Hat- - Samuels RevTM into the school enables the dull Sullivan Mrs W boy to teach himself some things tie Harris William HTriplett Mary Ioe Mrs Mary A Jane Tipton Silas Jonston Mrs Mary Tucker Mrs Wil- lie MilesFed Vanmeter Jadob Mosbey John Voss Mrs Lenore MoMillen Mrs Wm Williams MIbs 2Torria Sen B A Alice Uicues Mrs Kate Thorp Tall To our many county friends we would say dont lay in your winter stock of goods until you have looked At our goods Wu know what you need have the gooJs and will lease vou 11 1 w a Â¬ Orundy Mrs GW M Pace Antonio 8k K1 ITALIAN Angei st Dietro Rosazza Gianin JBillo Rozzano S Rosazza Oostanti- no Mflv m When calling for these letters say advertised J Saffbll P M it to 030 Chicago - October 20th 2ist and 22d and also Oct 27 28th and 29th Kentucky Midland Railway will sell round trip tickets to Chicago at 630 limited to six days iC20 Ivtll Buys a No 1 or 2 Rambler with non slipping corrugated tiros fully warranted Roberto agent His independent of the teacher hands work to the benefit of No person of exhis mind in any line of hand work perience with tools or instruments whether it be in the line of the artisan or that of the artist will dispute that from things which he had learned in this way he received much clearer and more exact ideas than those he received from the study The facts con of books alone in the text books are to tained the based upon the pupil authority of the author the facts not found in text books when presented by the teacher rest upon the authority of the A pupil accustoms himteacher self to submit his reason in a cowardly and slavish manner to the authority of another because nothing but authority isheldup for him to reverence He should be led to recognize the facj in the thing and the act in the doing ptherwise the mind is left to relax into inactivity and it is no wonder Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 MCLURE SON trier 1 nr wm Â¬ D Mar 18 tor removing titumps and Kocka ior Juarrymen And Well diggers Safe easily bandied and cheap For full Information and price address RIPPITH a SErVIPlE 1 n IIRXII 1 P KV lr E TO HE CONTINUED 1 HANNEN -- m ft DEALERS HURSEY IN- - Heart Disease Curable The truth of thi statement may be whea D by roaay Franklin Miles the esstaeat Indiana specialist claims thai heart disease ii onrable and prove it by thousands of testimonials of woeeWal oares by his new heart esre it attracts the attention ef the mttlieas suffering with short breath peipitatie irreg Â¬ ular pulse wind ia stossaeh pain in efde or shoulder smotheriag spella feinting dropsy ko A F Davis Silver Creek Nebraska by vslng foar bottles of Dr Miles New Heart Cure was completely eaved after twelve years aalffering Croat heart disease This wonderful remedy if 14 by J W Gyle Seeks free 6 doubted bt Wagons C arriages and Â¬ Buggies Â¬ Farming Implements MANUFACTURERS OF Hand Made Harness and Horse Goods 232 Arrnsr street - V WfcWMX JiAlMKi- Wtk1EJyAtm2 BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBmaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB E2SH f I TTir17 7T5rJ747ijjJ5i s i 35H3 r 1 MANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Intered nt tho post offlco nt Finkfort Kentucky ns second class mailable mutter GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT OCTOBER 21 practical process for filtration which will enable the companies to keep a sufficient supply of fresh water in the reservoirs to meet the demands of the consumers 2S MB -- - J L RODMAN SOU i 1893 A Tiny Convict Lizzie Thompson a young and pretty white woman with an infant four months old in her arms was was brought to the penitentiary Monday from Bath county to serve a three year sentence for the The murder of Maggie Purvis prisoner is said to be weak minded and committed the crime in a rage Her infant was born of jealousy in the jail and it required a special permission from the Commission- Â¬ ers of the Sinking Fund to allow LOWER mxm GAINES PARRENT Cnpt Noel Gnlnes and Miss Daisy Parrent Unitori in Mar Â¬ riage Monday A quiet wedding ceremony was performed afternoon Monday which united for life the destinies of a very popular couple in the city the groom being Mr Noel Gaines the son of Mr John W Gaines and the bride Miss Daisy E Parrent the handsome daughter of Mr Sam Parrent It was a home wedding at the residence of the brides parents on Campbell street South Side and none but the immediate families of the couple were present to witness it Rev WCTaylor of the Baptist Church was the officiating minister who solemnized the service of the church that made the couple husband and wife The train that afternoon bore the happy pair on a wedding tour that will include the Worlds Fair New York and Washington City On their return home one day next week they will go to house keeping on the corner of Washington and Main streets in the house formerly occupied by Dr Ely The bride is a general favorite among her numerous friends and is endowed with those graces of mind and person which presage a happy marriage The groom is well known both in the social and business circles As captain of the late military company here and also of the uniform rank Knights of Pythias he has acquaintances throughout A partner with his the State father in the coal business hand some pushing and successful in all his ventures Capf Gaines has won in his lovely bride the crown of his life Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TUN i I b U EVER - j v- M Syrup of Figs is takon it is pleasant and refreshing to the astc and acta gently yet promptly on tho Kidneye Liver and Bowels cleanses tho sys otce enjoys Both tho method andresults when Best Indigo Blue Calico Best Colored Calico Good Canton Flannel Â¬ fe tem effectually dispels colds hend aclics and fevers and cures habitual Syrup of Figs is tho This is the lowest price ever made on these goods constipation only remedy of its kind ever pro Dry Goods cheaper than ever known the mother to retain her child in duced pleasing to the taste aud ac ceptable to the stomach prompt in the penitentiary jts action and truly beneficial in its Sep 33m -- T The Fountain Head of Strength effects prepared only from the most i When we recollect that the stomach Is the healthy and agreeable substances its grand laboratory In which food Is transformed many excellent qualities commend it Into the secretions which furnish vigor to the to all and have made it tho most Â¬ Yard Wide Brown Cotton Yard Wide Bleached Cotton Good Comfort Good Bed Tick hi -- cents cents cents 10 cents 5 cents 5 cents 95 cents 5 5 5 A large stock of cfc a m 11 til J L BODMA3iT SON 17 it system after entering and enriching the blood that It Is In short the fountain head of strength It Is essential to keep this Important supplying machine In order and to restore It to activity when It becomes Inactive This llos tetters Stomach Bitters does most effectually Â¬ seasonably regulating and reinforcing diges tion promoting due action to the liver and bowels Strength and quietude of the nerves depend In ureat measure upon thorough diges tion There Is no nervine tonic more highly es Â¬ teemed by the medical fraternity than tho Bit Â¬ ters Physicians also strongly commend It for ohll s and fever rheumatism jjldney and blad Â¬ der trouble sick headache find want of ap petite and sleep Take n wlneglassful three times a day Â¬ Â¬ popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for eale in GOc and 1 bottles by all leading druggists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SAN FRANCISCO CAL LOUISVILLE KY HEW YORK Â¬ Â¬ m NY 31 Â¬ PURE WATER Science and Invention Needed to Improve the Quality of Water Used in Cities With all the advance in science and invention it seems that no appreciable progress has been made towards providing cities with water free from impurities and the germs of disease Scientists will analyze and condemn the water which people are obliged to drink but inventors heedless of improving the quality go on increasing the facilities for quantity and pass away with the age under the be lief that they have attained their highest effort Chemists and inventors take notice A suffering world ready to bestow upon you vast wealth and undying fame is praying for relief at your hands People who have means may have a filter at their home but the great majority of the inhabitants of cities are unable to obtain such a luxury and whether the water in the reservoir be one half mud on the occasion of each rise in the river or one half green slimy filth during the dry summer months they are bound to use it for all their cooking and drinking purÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ pany is charged to have willfully done it by its agent and servant The Tjaw Defined for Brakcmen Third The allegation of the in Ejecting Tresspassers answer that the plaintiff volunta From Moving Trains rialy swung himself off the train was but a denial of the averment More than a year ago Alexander J 0f the petition that he waskicked Smith a boy working near Col- off and did not require a reply lins Station got on a Louisville The case will again be tried in Nashville train to come to the city the Circuit Court and doubtless be and was put off by the brakeman docketed fo the next term in Janwhile the train was in motion for uary James Andrew Scott and refusing to pay his fare the rail- Rufus S Dinkle were the atroad company alleging that he torneys for Smith and John W swung off and fell and the boy Rodman represented the railroad Call niidsot llio MiAJKSTK KANGE niiidnof Steel stating that the brakeman kicked company and liiiiletiblo Iron Will lasi a I i Mini p They him off On the trial of the case Hy lighten labor and improve are a hitcliMi niM-s-Four Entire Generations for damages the railroad company f lie od the flavor of secured a verdict in its favor and The Courier Jonrnal last Satur last week the Court of Appeals day referring to Prof O B in an opinion by Judge Hazelrigg reversed the judgment of the Theiss who was Professor of A syllabus of the Matematics in the High School in lower court until 1875 opinion defining the law in Ken- this city for two years iafrsxjKAasroB Duntucky fixing the liability of rail- and is now Principal of the in Louisroads for the acts of their brake can street public school Have said men in ejecting trespassers from a ville In his home are living four enmoving train is as follows ON MAIN SIEETTO tire generations on his wifes side First A brakeman on a railroad train as well as a conductor death having during all this time The aged great is conclusively presumed to have passed them by Ee SEmEnt nf thE Capital Hotel authority to eject trespassers or grandparents have both passed ana u ne uses un their octogenary anniversary iniruuers BSThey will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a necesssary violence in doing so the short time company is responsible for the inThe Verdict Unanimous jury resulting unless the act of the servant was malicious It pleases the lawyer and hie client In this action against a railroad too to havo the verdict of the jury company to recover lor injuries unanimous A great jury composed American public has rendered alleged to have been suffered by of tho an unanimous verdict on Dr Hales plaintiff from being kicked by a Household Cough Cure as a medicine that its promise of a speedy brakeman from a moving train up- agreeing coughs colds and bronchial cure for on his refusal to pay his fare the troubles are always carried out to the court erred in submitting to the letter This pleasant verdiot has not OLD FRANKFORT KY jury the question whether it was been obtained without great pains make couch cure a part of the duty of the btake taken to marketit the bestbottle when Try a on the We keep a full line of man under rns employment as you have a cough or cold and you belong to the unanimous ever brakeman to eject or put off the will AND train persons who failed or refused after For sale by P H Carpenter DRUGS 1 druggist their fare that being a to pay j And cordially ask our friends to give is a call question of law for the court Cheap to Now Orleans Iin Second The fact that the act -C L GAYLE W MoKEE HARDIE Oct 26th and 27th the Kenof ejection is charged in the peJan 21 1 v tition to have been done willfully tucky Midland Railway will sell does not show the act to have tickets to New Orleans and return been malicious on the servants from Franklort for 2990 Paris part and therefore beyond the 3070 on account Southern scope of his authority as the ser Amateur Athletic Union C D Bercaw vant is not charged with commit- Pv A Cwillfully but the com- ting the act SMITH VS E X A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tM f M m 3 l Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ JACOB SWIGERT agents CO m IS m Â¬ Removed From the Batzell Building Â¬ Â¬ 101 AND 102 ANN STKBET 3 M w m C8l HAKU Â¬ DRUG GIST STAND t M HALLS PATENT MEDICINES --- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Lawn Mowers e Ma4 m I t poses The Water Company say they cannot furnish any better water than the source they draw it from and like the citizens who are obliged to drink it they say that fortune and fame awaits him who will either discover some kind of a chemical preparation for rapid purification of the water or else a V L The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder a Used in Millions of Homci AprlllW SO i PRICES No Ammonia No Alum Friends I stand at the HEAD for j Hard ware anrf on LAWN MOWERS I M VI iSI Lead The Market 500 JmmJm i ii i 40 Years tlit Standard aJLwiiWwfawiMwJMSBBr 323 BEO ADW AT Street J UjdW-fc-JSAi- - v 5 1 I a a- - Ufc HHEasffiwawsvmi I43S9I7MMHKSI JF I PS K V V An Emphatic Success IMPOSSIBLE TO E 3 Wi - N W M ERATETHEBIGBARGAINS i SUITS FOR THE RISING GENERATION Childrens and boys clothing made from the best material at prices lower than the lowest Be sure to come to us for your childrens and boys clothing and hats MENS CLOTHING Almost incredible the amount of mens clothing we are selling The prices and the splendid quality are doing it Double and single breasted suits in black blue and fancy colors at S8 9 10 S1250 1350 15 and up to 25c All we want is a look and we will be sure to sell you your clothing OVERCOATS Lat K We have so many overcoats that w6 will make special mention of them We have childrens over- Â¬ coats boys overcoats and mens overcoats Our omens overcoats range in price from 5 to 825 and the selection of styles is grand Our long ulsters are attracting unusual attention r MERCHANT TAILORING i Our merchant tailoring department is conceded by all to be as good as any in the United States We have an immense line of woolens to select from Our tailors are the best to be had and the garments we turn out are as near perfection as it is possible to attain j i- - HATS r We are prepared for a humjning trade in hats and we are having it we have them from 50c to 5 We sell Youmans Stetsons and other fine makes No other house in Frankfort can show you half as many high grade hats as we can FURNISHING GOODS i el 191 Underwear ranging When it comes to furnishing goods as the saying goes we ar right in it in price from 1 to 750 a suit An endless variety of shirts neckwear hosiery handkerchiefs gloves collars cuffs etc It You are not flireaon a Customer of Ours Become Due ai Once Hudson v- Humphries M - CasselL Large Store Corner Main and St Clair Frankfort Ky v i - V ii1 l u j k r1 f l VlV M K vu S a izssAimsJssiim raaremsnrasa I Times Are Hard Save Your Money Vi m u f o r o Man ana cmirc HOME MADE GOODS vm ST a J8 U M W en - B H O S5 og w r z W 3 ow oa o IS 33 MY STEEL RANGE Is manufactured in Louisville Ky under my I instructions for Frankfort trade can save you from THJS U CANTO to o o Bg en 55 npM W SO llHHHInMnHHIIHfflwuHi - TV TYi n Hl 2 H K 20 TO 40 PER CENT In the first cost Call and see my line fore you buy be- Â¬ - If You are going to buy a Steel Range a OH N1 RELIGIOUS Matrimonial Baptist Church Rev W 0 Tay- Â¬ Reed OConnor Mr Wm S lor the pastor will conduct the usual Reed formerly of this office and services to morrow morning at 11 Miss Mary OConnor were marand at 730 p m Sunday school at 930 a m in the ried Monday by Rev Father W hapel E Gorey at his residence on St Christian Church Rev George Clair street Darsie preaches at 11 and 730 as The Roundabout tenders its usual best wishes for a long and happy Morning Subject Church and life to the young couple State Night Subject Lawlessness Elliott Thomas Miss Emily Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor in the lecture room at Thomas of Lebanon who has 650 visited this city was married Wednesday to Dr James T Elliott of Catholic Church The usual that place Rev J McClusky services at the Ohuroh of the Good officiating and Shepherd co morrow will be con Blayney D D ducted by Rev Father W E Gorey Miss Cordelia Lindsey was one of the pastor the three bridesmaids High mass at 8 a m low mass Stephens Freeman Mr Urban at 10 a m andvespers at 330 p m Stephens and Miss Kate Freeman Methodist Ohuroh Rev H G went to Jeffersonville Indiana Henderson the pastor will preach at Wednesday and were married 11 a m and 730 p m They returned home that night Sunday school meets at 030 a m The Epworth League will convene Ammann Peck The following in the class room at 7 oclock invitations were received by friends First Presbyterian Church in this city this week Rev J McOlusky Blayney i D D will Mr and Mrs August Peck occupy his pulpit to morrow at 11 a request your presence at the marm and 730 p m riage df their daughter Johanna Episcopal Church Rev R L to Nicholas Ammann on TuesMcCready the rector will con day morning October 24th at duct the regular services to morrow mornjng at 11 oclock and at 730 p 1030 oclock at the residence of Mr Alex Schneider Washjn ington street Frankfort Ky Southern Presbyterian Church Reception at the residence of Rev Mr Thompson of Lexington Mrs Peek in Woodford will occupy the pulpit to morrow Mr and morning at 11 at oclock and at 730 county Tuesday October 24th at Â¬ TPg Louisville officiating wj Miss c L B en H H O T W A Elkhorn Rev Mr Thompson of French is a very handsome young lady the daughter of Mr J W French and niece of Mr Wm French of this city She is well known and much admired by her Mr Eberhardt numerous friends is pastor of the Baptist Church at After the ceremony the Midway happy couple went to Louisville and are now in Chicago visiting They will the Worlds Fair make their home in Midway Roberts Parker A marriage license was issued Tuesday to Mr George W Roberts a brother of Mr J E Roberts of Bellepoint to wed Miss Susan Parker Sparrow Cox Mr J F Spar- Â¬ row and Miss Ida Francis Cox daughter of Mr B M Cox were granted a license Tuesday to marry Jackson Lyman Mr Ulie E Jackson and Miss Ida Lyman daughter of Mr David Lyman of Switzer were married Tuesday morning in County Clerics office Rev H G Henderson of the Methodist officiating Catarrh Oant be Cured With focal applications as they can Â¬ MARSHALL GAINES L 6 MARHSALL CO Real Estate and Insurance Ags Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a Real estate bought sold or leased share of the insurance patronage A good line of both city and countryproperty for sale at i times OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET Â¬ FOR SALE FORSALE dence of 5 rooms a tenement of four rooms and would make a good dilry or stock farm It Is This land Is very desirably located and Is In an excellent all other necessary Improvements In a hljrh state of cultivation the Improvements neighborhood are In fine condition and In order to make a quick sale will be offered at a bargain Lo210 FARM TURNPIKE A FARM usual ACRES ON GOOD This proper miles from Frankfort A FINEroadmilesOFfrom ACRES la FINELY good ty hasroad 2OF 100 necessary Improvements and Frankfort on a cated 8 upon which there a brick resithe turnpike Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tt FOR SALE Â¬ with residence bacco barns apple orchard and other necessary Improvements This land Is mostly In timber a good nni grass and will makebargain tobacco or stock farm It Is offered at a FOR SALE OR 160 ACRES 8 OF 100 good A FARM Frankfort125 on abouses turnpike road from tenement stock and to MILES FARM OF 253 ACRES S MILES FROM Frankfort on a good turnpike road with a residence of 6 rooms 2 tenement houses 2 to Â¬ bacco and stock barns besides all other neces Â¬ sary Improvements All of the Improvements Including the fencing on thlsproperty ore new and In arst class condition This farm has a quantity of tine tobacco land and would also maki a first class stock farm It also has a young peach orchard of a thousand trees besides other A Â¬ FORRENT THE Mrs L RESIDENCE FOR SALE ty has moderate Improvements but Is well lo- Â¬ cated Is In a good ielghborhood and would make a very desirable home TURNPIKE AFVRM 3OF 136 ACRES ON GOOD Thts proper Â¬ miles from Frankfort Â¬ 1st of December STODDARD on Shelby street nbn occupied by Possession given about B Longmoor OF COL J Â¬ K p m the Southern Presbyterian to v r Church last Sunday morning Rev W B Cooper delivered the sermon after which the members of the church toeld a session and formally called 3tov Emmet McCorkhill of Clifton Forge Va to the pulpit of the church made vacant a few months ago by the return of Rev W G Neville to his home in the Southland Mr McCorkhill preached at the church Friday Saturday and Sunday two weeks ago and it was the opinion of those present that his sermons ovidonced superior spiritual and intellectual powers He is unmarried and as the panonage will not bo needed byhim it is the intention of the church to rent it Hev Emmett McCorkhill There was a large congregation present at Births Monday to the wife of Mr Charles McDonald a son OConnor On Wednesday to the wife of Mr John OConnor a son Williams On Thursday to the wife of Judge Ben G Williams a daughter Elizabeth Prcscilla McDonald not reach the seat of the disease Catarrh is a blood or constitutional disease and in ordor to cure it you have to take internal remedies Halls Catarrh Ouro is taken inUrnatly and actfl directly on the blood and mo eous surfaces It was perscribed by 2 oclock p m one of tho best physicians in this and is a Rogers Sanders Next Thurs- Â¬ country for years composed regular of the It ie day Miss Kate Sanders daughter est tonics known combined with the beat blood purifiers acting directly of Capt Sam Sanders the veteran on the mucous Burface The perfect Kentucky river steamboatman o mbinatlon of the two ingredients h what prod noes suoh wonderful will be united in marriage to Mr ro ulta in curing catarrh Sood for J C Regers of Wichita Kansas teimoiials i J UrlEENEiY CO Toledo O JtftTSold by druggists 75 cents formerly a citizen of MaysvilleKy The ceremony will be solemnized Something Now by Rev J McClusky Blayney D D at the residence of the Ask yur grocer for J E M brides father on Ann street and flour in paper sacks Every 25 M in the presence of the nearest pound paper sack of J E contains a souvenir or valuable the relatives only after which Abso present No extra cost couple will take their departure lutely free Besides this you get for their home in Wichita the very best flour in the market Try a at lowest market price Mr Vernon Clark Strode it sack of L Clark of this city and Miss Kate Strode daughter of Mr W D For Sale or Rent My house will be on West Main street at present Strode of Clark county Col Corbetts family married in Winchester next Wed occupied by Possession given immediately nesday A number of ladies and Mrs W B Rodman 52 tf gentlemen from this city expect FOR SALE A GARDEN proved A FOR SALE GARDEN FARM OF FIVE ACRES WITH ACRES WELL IM FARM OF 12 residence of five rooms and other improve Â¬ located on a good turnpike road 8 ments at Thorn Hill This property will be sold miles from Frankfort at a bargain til M FOR SALE COTTAGE 6f TIIBEE ROOMS lot 50 by 150 feet on Short street South Side To a desirable party with a small amount of cash could arrange to sell on easy weekly payments FOR RENT good repair and 15 per month COTTAGE ROOMS A FRAME street we OF SEVENproperly IsON Conway In South Side This A FRAME are authorized to rent it at L B MARSHALL CO a Mr Fine Furniture COMPLETE STOCK Of all the Newest and Prettiest Patterns Iu order to make room for our large stock of Fall goods we will offer special m s to attend the wedding After the ceremony the couple will return to this city and take rooms at Miss Sallie Jacksons on the South Side and board at Mrs Mary Hay- - Dr Hole Household Ointment It absolutely oures catarrh crafts Eberhardt French Rev Fred nesday to the wife of Mr Edwin French were married Wednesday formerly of at one oclock at the home of the Clearerfce Egbert this city a son Edwin Clarence bridei parents at the Forks of Egbert In Lexington Wed W Eberhardt Â¬ and Miss Elizabeth Is tho finest remedy in the world It cures Oures Neuralgia and Rheumatism Piles like magic Oures Salt Rheum in the moat soothing manner Oures Inflamed and Granulatod Eyelids Can bo Oures Coughs and Golds jwsitive speoiflo taken internally for pneumonia Oute Bruises Burns Chilblains Sores of long standing Corns and Bunions are cured quiokly different from all else superior to all else it has no equal 25 and 60o boxes Larce else oheauest Bold at OARPBN- 8 tbbs drug store R ROGERS l6 w prices l 5 SON JEirejMrfcr s Si i rTTVTiggJpW L Preparatory to Changing Our Location dispos of JHt And mr dcrst are MONEY WE WIXjIL b CO J VIX I - CC OF will defy competition both in price and quality of goods We ask our friends to call before purchasing as we will make it to their interest Wc enumerate below a few of the items we carry in stock and will SAVE THEM 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 Oor Main and Lewis THE CHAIR PIjANT streets C News Notes E I M A COLLINS in Opposite the Farmers Bank t v If flmf jintiit MM- - mm vv lr mi iik The chair plant at the peniten- during the past year The chart is tiary will soon be in operation an ingenious device whereby anyHub- one who is not even a musician Messrs Norman now bard the contractors for the out- may by fixing it back of the key put have at last filed a personal board of a piano or organ form all bond worth over 200000 and the varieties of major and minor Treasurer Hale as a committee chords An interest in the chart empowered to negotiate for the has been disposed of to a gentlepurchase of a plant closed terms man in Versailles who proposes to with the Mason Foard Co yes- push the enterprise for all it is terday for their machinery shaft worth ing pulleys tools and appliances lately used by the firm in the Mr Walter M Franklin of this manufacture of chairs and for thefcity son of the ex Circuit Court dry house kilns and fixtures used Clerk is a candidate for Sergeant-at-Arm- s for bent stock agreeing to pay for of the next Senate of the former 13400 and the latter Kentucky He will be opposed 4600 The State also agrees to by Mr Sam Shackelford of take such castings as may be needed at the cost price indicated Owensboro and Mr C E Som Mr by the firm and the sale in addi- mers of Elizabethtown tion thereto carries with it the Franklin is a worthy young man good will and trade of the Mason who has numerous friends in the Foard Company The Treas- State to help him pull the strings urers report to the Sinking Fund Commissioners who will meet as and it would be gratifying and soon as Gov Brovn returns from not very surprising to see him seHenderson will be approved with cure the prize out doubt and the work of put ting the machinery in position Work was suspended a few will begin at the penitentiary next days last week on the bridge abutweek and be completed about the ments on account of the blockout first part of next month Warden Norman before the factory is in on the railroads of the stone that operation will resign his office comes from Carter and Rowan of Warden and be succeeded by counties but on Monday to the ex Senator Henry George of surprise of Contractor Ruple the Graves county workmen refused to proceed to their work unless prompt payGoing It Alone ment was made to them of a Mr E C Went formerly of this small arrearage caused by a delay city but who is now a resident of on the part of the city and counYoungstown New York1 where ty in paying the October estimate he has been engaged in the drug to the King Bridge Company business with Dr W J Falkner Tuesday City Treasurer A H has bought out the interest of his McClure sent a check to the partner and is now running the Bridge Company for 2031770 business alone His friends here and as the sale of the bonds has hope that the change in the firm been closed there will be no furis an indication that the ther trouble in pushing the work is making money and that to a speedy completion Colonel he will spon be rich enough to return here and resume his old The work on the electric street occupation of engineering the railway is rapidly progressing to weather as it has been terribly keep pace with the completion of odt of joint since he gave up the the bridge The poles for the wires were erected on the South job Side this week and before the A Chan co to See it All bridge is open to the public the On October 20 to October 30th railroad will doubtless be finished N Railroad and waiting to make the coninclusive the L Avill sell round trip ticket to north and south Chicago at 900 tickets limited nection with the side tracks to fifteen days Logsdon H B The young ladies of the First Agent m Look up and not down if youro Presbyterian Church intend to a suffering woman Every one of the give a bazaar in the parlors of the bodily troubles that oome to women only has a guaranteed oure in Dr church during the first Week in Pierces Favorite Prescription That December you Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Machinery Tools nnd Ifixttires A patent was issued Monday to Purchased from Mason James H Brady W A WhiteFoard Co and Factory head and Sam J Shea of this at the Prison Will city for the music chart which Soon be Ready they invented and offered for sile Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Dr G W Chinn has purchased promptly gave and was released- the residence of Mrs Anna B His case will come up before the Walcutt on Main street now occupied by Mrs Maria Murphy next term of the Circuit Court The price paid was 5500 The bids for the State printing Mr Charles S Green formerly binding and furnishing stationary and supplies as required under Assistant Auditor under Gen the law passed atthe session of Hewitt and an excellent gentleman the last Legislature will be opened with a host of friends in this city in the presence of the Commis- where he once resided was on by Col sioners to day It is probable that Thursday appointed the awards will not be made for Nicholas McDowell the Commis several days thereafter as it will sioner of Agriculture as werf her take several days to go over the for the city of Louisville under bids ana figure on the best and the provisions of the Warehouse lowest Act The fees of the office have not yet been fixed by the ComMr W S Dehoney qualified missioner Tuesday as administrator of the Hon Harvey Myers of Covestate of Ottomy Semones deceased with Dr G W Chinn as ington came to the city Wednessecurity day afternoon in his handsome He was accompanied by yatch The rope to one of the clock Hon A J Carroll of Louisville weights in the court house tower and Col George Howard of Covbroke Monday and let the weight ington The little vessel is fitted fall to the floor of the second up with every comfort and conIt made a venience and made the speed of a story of the building loud noise but did no damage clipper as she passed up the river It is said that an effort is being Thursday morning where the made to raise sufficient stock to party intend to put in a few days continue the Frankfort National fishing and hunting Bank under the State laws after The Court of Appeals on the present concern now in liqui Thursday in the case of the dation has made a settlementand Commonwealth vs Murphy from ceased to do business Marion county holds that the law An alarm of fire on Sunday does not take cognizance of a morning from box 26 proved to Iraction of a day and that under be a small blaze caused by a de- the regulations of the election law fective flue in the house of Capt saloons must remain closed on Sanford Goins deceased on the general and primary election days corner of Lewis and Clinton for the entire twenty four hours streets occupied by Mrs Allie Sinclair The damage was not more than fifty dollars a bond of 500 which he FOR SAJLE ZE3LOiase OF Â¬ and Hot ROOMS LOCATED WM CORMWELL on Conway street south side is offered for sale at a bargain For terms apply to Oct 7 SEVEN tf Â¬ CHAS T RA T Attorney at Law FRANKFORT KY Office in the Hume Building zi Â¬ NOTICE persons having claims against J C Suters deceased estate will please come forward beÂ¬ tween now and March 1 1894 with claim b prop Â¬ erly proven and all persons Indebted to the es Â¬ tate will please come forward and settle Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Swallowtimj J M WILLIAMS Oct 2 1893 Admr Oct Mm PLATOTG MILL AND -- w Â¬ HOGSHEAD FACTORY Â¬ PURCHASED THE PLANING MILL HAVING tobacco hogshead factory of Messrs CongUten Bros I am prepared to furnish DOORS SASH BLINDS FRAMES Â¬ SUINGLFS TURNED WORK STAIR WORK AMD ALL KINDS OF Finish For a Mouse ad well as tobneco hogsheads Factory one and half blocks from Post Office on river frout A share of public patronage Is solicited R CHOATE Sept 2 ly a Â¬ Queen Crescent Route And Louisville Southern Railroad will sell tickets at a greatly reduced rate for the round trip to SfsHILOHsl PB5L CURE Cures Consumption NEW OBLEANS LA Account meeting Southern Athletic Union New Orleam La October 28 1803 Tickets on sale OcUber 26th nnd 27th from ail points on Q 4 C and L S R R with return limit October 29 lfc93 Inclusive Solid Vesttbuled Trains Cincinnati to Ntw Or- Orleans 94 Miles shortest lint Only IlOk hours Call on agents for paitlculars Â¬ Miss Mary Will Shelton who was thrown out of a buggy las Sunday a week ago and sustained severe injuries about the head which rendered he unconscious for more than two days is gradually improv ng and now thought to be in a fair way to a speedy restora- Â¬ I Throat Sold by all Druggists on a Guarantee For a Lame Side Back or Chest Shilohs Porous Plaster will give great satisfaction as cents Coughs Crotip Sore Mrs T S Hawkins Chattanooga Tennsays SMloWa Vitalizcr SAVED MY LIFE I consider itthebest remedy for a debilitated stistem ever wed For Dyspepsia Liver or Kidney I SHILOHS VITALIZE it excels Price 75 eta GanI Faur Agent Cincinnati 0 -- TV C RlNHlBtOM trouble Ta-KIE XE3E- - tion v Â¬ During the absence of Dr E Remedy Itwlll Have you Catarrh Try this ou this in Â¬ relieve and Cure you M Gober from the city his wife jector for Its successfulmoo ets furnished treatment Is by ua oa a free Shilohs Remedies are hearing someone attempting to guarantee to givo satisfaction sold effect an entrance into her resi- For sale by W McKee Hardie HALLS OLD STAND Jim 28 lV dence on Main street early Sunday morning fired two shots from a pistol which caused the would be burglars to beat a rapid re- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ S HILOHsyikCATARRH REMEDY MONON ROUTE The Direct and Popular Line U treat The Synod of Kentucky of the Church Northern Presbyterian was hdd last week at Maysville and adjourned naming Frankfort as the place for the next annual meeting The ladies of the Matrimonial Euchre Club of the past two win ters are requested to meet at he residence of Mrs D M McHenry on Ann street this afternoon at four oclock for the purpose of re organizing the club for the coming season Â¬ Orchard Lawn Garden -- CHICAGO And all Points NORTH and WEST FULL STOCK 0F-- Fruit Vestibuled Trains Ornamental Trees Dining Car Services Palace Chair Cars Pullman Buffet Sleepers safe and certain help Its a powerful general as well as uterine tonio and nervine and it builds up and invigorates the entire female system It regulates and pro motes all the proper functions im roves digestion enriches tho blood S rings refreshing sleep and restores health and strength For ulceration displacements bearing-down sensations periodical jains Favor Â¬ and all female complaints ite Prescription is tho only guaran Â¬ teed romody If it ever fails to ben Â¬ efit or cure you hovo your money baok will bring Â¬ Grape Vines Asparagus SMALL FRUITS SURUDS aud ererythlng usually We sell direct found In a nursery establishment At the examination Monday before County Judge Williams of Thurman Boone and Hal Mitchell for the shooting scrape last week at a ball on Holmes street at which Mr John Salyers a bystander received a flesh wound in the shoulder Mitchell was dis charged and Boone held to ansv er Â¬ Â¬ to the planter and have no agents Catalogue on 11 F MLLENMKYKR application And Only First Classs Accommodations Lexington Ky Oct21 3m For Further Information Address PERSONS INDEBTED TO DKN F1IALL deceased are hereby notified to come and settle same at onco and all creditors of said Hall are notltled to present their claims to me proven as required by law II SWITZ1R s J Adnilnlttrutor Sept 1G Ct NOTICE ifCStt B L Bryant C P A W G Crush D Pi A LOUISVILLEY OR- - Jas Barker G P A Chicago 111 w Vfl jiaJtL jH9 ak HZffiC wRSSkm msuxmsMxn BBHfi f t 8 I u CRUTCHER EVERYBODY v STARKS I HERE IT IS new And no y DONT You MISS IF YOU DONT Ulster of our vL Jfijj n mor DB u Suits hun them- prices ties so Fi WK iplMs Pl m fJffl Sack cnanfc We have can pro- X VvJ y tailor duco a Bomer or tor and Seeing D B Over- - Jll y reds of hand- - 111 r a au - bettor lLv3JrMM3fe5y all qualiff ntMi h W I J N fitting I J ej- C ournew - dertaker the price Ulsters quence JM ja f Sack coats garment than We show 1 lfSl piflf Flli3li cut long lish Wo them in New and Cj j j I and Sty- - i4j m as to tne8e them in some 20 I JU put the - every- - Sll 8ilJ lllpli 8oo iooo g5jpy jiMI reach of mated- body made X l p j ln l j m have Blizards all the Leading als Ulster j different aiB PSBS are com- - j I nothing blizzard gfei j an Materi- I I in this ful three They are ing gar- thiS ifp WltM tASsfSi the lead- - beauti- ments button SeaSn Fr0Ck sffiSLPf 1200 22 OO it - Cutaway PriCeS S1I 500 honest We have at tf t 6oo 1800 2000 1500 1000 See Onr 1500 22001 18 CO 2000 Sloes 2500 500 700 1000 1200 2000 2500 1506 400 600 800 1500 up to 1000 2000 1200 See Window for Hats and Shoes Into Display of Eats We show a great line Fall and Spring weight Overcoats 500 to 1500 A The Best Jeans Pants for 100 Sold Everywhere for 150 Best Doeskin Jeans Pants 125 Sold Everywhere for 175 s CRUTCHER The Pea Ridge is billed with the announcement that Clarence Bates Alliance First frost of the season this President of State Farmers to day at will speak at Bridgeport i 230 p m week Master Owen Graves of Shelby Miss Annie Church and Mr county is visiting his grandparents Bob Church visited the Misses Mr ana Mrs Will Tracy Fogg last week The piece of road from Williams Miss Nannie Vanderventer corner to Utterbacks blacksmith full be after a severe illness at Gorgetown shop ought toand repaired It isleast of mudholes has sunk at Â¬ has sufficiently recovered to re- three feet as the original profile will show If toll is collected on it the turn to her home at this place toll ought to repair it if it does not The crops are harvested and belong to the pike company tho city our landlords are putting in their oucht to repair it and insist on hav ing the toll gate at least lime going to the Worlds Fai a half mile furthermoved city limits a from the tobacco yalps in discussing Mr Joe Tracy finished the probable price of tobacco sowing wheat on has justSudduths Capt while the small boy gets there in farm the hickory nut hunt Mr Bush and Mr Razor have moved their families from the Pence Mr RJ Fogg and Miss Emma farm to Mrs Kate Williams place Thompson are in Chicago Mr Jim Tracy has just finished sowing wheat at Fleetwood Miss Lulie Gibson has just reMr Will Tracy has been hauling turned from the Fair coals this week STARKS MAR Â¬ The New Soutli v n Duckers IiOUISVIE TOBACCO KET and tlie Worlds Fair ANNOUNCEMENTS Â¬ Tobacco crops in this section are very fine and will bring good providing the United prices States Senate has not determined to damn the people and the coun try The Breckinridge Pollard that scan- Â¬ dal is much talked of and there seems to be a growing opinion the Congressman is guilty Our Joe Blackbcrn for once in his life seems to have lost the No track of public sentiment one doubts that Joe will get there all the same It looks bad for the trotting horse when half sisters to Maud S sell for less than one hundred This is especially so dollars when we consider that the great Harold is no more Bulldofus Pea Ridge Tobacco all cut and housed corn wheat sowing sorghum making and getting wood are employing our people at present Mr H S Franois of Louisville visited the Ridge last week Mr Will Tracy viiited his daugh Â¬ ter Mrs I Graves in Shelby county last week cutting in progress l No section of the country East to1 W nre a North or West is taking a greater in- Â¬ candidate authorized announce L J COX as of for re election as Representative Franklin countr In the next Legislature subject Sales on our market for the week terest in the Worlds Fair at present to the action the DemocraUc party 44 tf just closed amount to 2746 hhds with than that portion lying south of Mason receipts for tho same period of 1201 erners easily distinguishable in the For Senator hhds Sales on our market since1 Jan- Â¬ immense tnrong by the craceful waJLorzed t0 announce Hon W W uary 1st amount to 110141 hhds Sales military bearing of the gentlemen - oftnecropol 1892 on our market to and the rare beauty of the ladies are tnnnf the Democratic party this date amount to 111809 hhds juiiooio on the Our market this week has shown a to be met in great numberscorridors moro strength on the very com- Â¬ Exposition grounds in the little For Mayor hotels and at mon grades of burley such as are of the leading gatherings in the TrWvmlFSr ultnorlzel to nniiouiicfl Mr LEWIS various social the MANQAN as a candidate for Mayor or selling below 700 per hundred Krankfort ut the jiHxt election sabjeut to the action of tho Otherwise there has been no change Worlds Fair City To a large extent the success of Democratic party jU 22 te in the situation on burley The the Fair depends upon the Southern sales of the week embraced several people the Board of Managers ex- Â¬ For Police Judge hogsheads of the new burley crop pect hundreds of thousands of peo- Â¬ We ure one hogshead selling as high as 12 ple from South of the Ohio river to DON as authorized to announce W O TIEItN candidate for Police Judge of the City 75 per hundred The crop may now the Exposition and from of irunkfort subject to the action of the DemoÂ¬ be said to be practically in the bnrns attend indications they will party not be cratic and it varies very much in quality present disappointed The railroads are For a greater part of the aiop however making Suiiorinteiideiit of Public preparations to promises to be under tho average in take care extensive people and schools of the their njyiJI nutlrzps to nnnounco quality Mls LUCY comfort enroute is fully assured u The following quotations fairly rep- Â¬ The Big Four Route whioh is the Public SchoolswndWat t Miiierlntendent of for Franklin county subject to resent our market for burley to- - only line making connection in Cen- the aQtlon of tho Democratic purty oacco 18D2 crop Au 26 te tral Union Station Cincinnati with Trash dark or damaged through trains of the E T V G 4 00n 4 50 tobacco Queen Orescent Route Louisville We nre For City Marshal Mr Louis Tracy is hewing logs to Common Oolory trash 5 50 4 50 authorized D Nashville R R Kentucky Central ns n candid Ue for reto nnnounco the B JEKFERS repair the Russell house Medium to good colory election Ry and Chesapeake Ohio Ry Marshal subjeet to the actiontoof theofflce of City Democratic 7 50 5 50 trash Messrs Joe and Homer Williams are Common Naturally forms the popular outlet for party 5 50 lugs not colory 4 50 cutting corn on Pences farm Southern travel and to accommodate 7 50 Common Oolory lugs 6 50 the business five elegant vestibuled WM Mr Charles McGee is engaged to Medium to good colory i 8 50 trains with parlor cars sleeping cars put up a lot fence on Fleetwood 7 50 lugs dining cars and elegant coaches are 8 005 9 00 Common to medium While the attendance at our school is Medium to good leaf leaf 9 00 14 00 run daily from Cincinnati to Chicago ATTORN EY-AT-LAnot as large as our trustees would Good stopping at Midway Plaisance the 10 14 00 like it it must be remembered that the Select to fine leaf styloslfl OOty 26 00 Main Entrance to the Worlds Fair 00 wrappery 60th St Hyde Park 51st St 39th St 11BAL B8TATB AGENT success of an army does not always 22d St and running into tho newi depend on its immenso numbers so THK w ILL PBACTICXth IK imr m CODBTfl muuh aB tho courage of its members irranuin and For Sale or Rent My dwelling 12th St Station on the Lake Front will also rive-- special attenUonto zzr Of thaiwiihES wanting of the house on Ann Btreet All the Worlds Fair hotels and and sale oi If any evidence were real esUte collection ef t nU eleJii boarding houses aro located adjacent school it is furnished by the tf T Buckley J to the Big Four stations and passen Â¬ fact that there are now scholars from 1eMi gers via tho popular line avoid the other districts and other counties a broken long tiresome transfer across the now attending our school The last down from Many Persons are cares overwork or household time Mr Will Tracy visited Shelby Browns Iron Bitters Rebuilds the city necessary by all other lines from Fine Farm for Rent county he brought back with him his system aids digestion removes excess of bile Cincinnati There is positively no other line landing passengers at the little grandson Master Owen Graves and euros malaria Get the genuine FARM ADJOINING CITY in order that ho might have advan Â¬ stations named and as it affords in THE DUDLEY Georgetown pike containing on the Â¬ tage of studying at Pea Ridge school addition to the comfort and con- - acres large residence tobacco barn and venience a great saving of time and stables Splendid dairy and tobacco farmr under tho direction of Miss 011a Possession given March 1st 1MM For particu Â¬ expense allthe South who contem- - lars apply to Suttles a trip to the Worlds Fair should FRANK CHINN W B Bridgeford of Frankfort Fgt July22 tf o sure to ask for tickets via the Big Frankfort Ky Populist candidate for the Legisla- Â¬ Four Routo ture speaks at Bridgeport this even Â¬ For full information address D B ing at 230 p m MARTIN General Passenger Agent CHINN Cincinnati l3 San Captain Sweeney U S A l7Hsllj Diego Oal says Shilohs Catarrh Miles Norvo and Liver Pills Will practice in all State Courts OfÂ¬ Remedy is tho first mediclno I have fice second floor Custom House ever found that would do me any Act on a now principle regulating good Price 50 cents Sold by W tho liver stomach and bowels thoueh W3UFOW A CASE IT WILL NOT CUWC SloKeo Hardie 21 tho norvos A new discovery Dr Sheep Sale AnflDTAOflhln Laxntlvo and NRTIVR TONTn Miles Pills speedily euro biliousness Sold by Druffglsts or sent by nail 26o 60o bad taste torpid livor piles constipa- Â¬ and 1 Jpor paokago Samples free LADIES HAVE FOR SALH 100 IIKAD OK FIRST Needing a tonic or children who wont build tion Splendid for IOTA TboFavorltoffOOTXfOVIls class ewes which I Trill sellon IT A HVforthoToothandIlretn46o children Smallest men women and tkne Also a few Shropshire and six months lng up should take MkAJ mildeBt surest South Down BROWNtnUlON U1TTEI18 For sale by W McKce Hardie 50 doses for 25 conts Samples froo at bucks that I will sell cheap It is pleasant cures Malaria Indigestion SOUTH TRIMBLI I Biliousness Liver Complaints and Neuralu UALLS old stand J W GayloBFrftnkfortKy 45 ly WJfiQC tf Jkn28lr Forks of Xlkhorn Ky FUBNI8HHD BY GLOVER A DURItETT LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE For Representative iv 1S5SiffiAIhfiXWhll --- eM Wl it ff iei w w 11 -- Â¬ inmi CROMWELL H 43 4 i U 2i LC LOJ 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