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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7TV v V7 Tee Prankfoet Roundabout i f ft js Sft GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TltitMS 100 In Ad vance NO 8 VOL XVII THE FIiOOR COMPIETED FRANKFOKT KY SATURDAY OCTOBER 28 1898 Presidents Office Louisville Oct 21 1893 L N II It Co 1 Council Proceedings Friday October were present except Gray 21 Vt Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Report And the JL Will Bo Heady Tor Travel Monday N Railroad Bridge A 1893 Messrs Pat McDonald and J H Mastin committee Frankfort Sf v fi The floorof the railroad bridge was about completed yesterday the finishing touches will be put on to day and the bridge will probably be thrown open for travel Monday The floor is a good substantial one and a walk way has been dded to the lower side o the bridge so that pedestrians can cross at the same time trains are going over The walk ways approaching the bridge are also being repaired and the people liv- ing west of the river have been given a first class means of in- gress and egress to and from As to whether the this city bridge- will be made a free one the following from the Argus of this week is the only information obtainable The committee appointed to visit Xouisville and confer with Presi Â¬ dent M H Smith of the Louis- Â¬ Nashville railroad have ville performed their duty The propo sition of the company is as fol- lows - Ky Referring to our interview yesterday when you asked me to name the conditions N It R Co under which the L use of its bridge would permit the by the people of the county of I rankhn for the passage of persons and vehicles moved by animal power I beg leave to propose that the L N R R Co while it in Â¬ sists that it is not legally bound to keep the bridge open for public use or for the use of L A Thomas or any of his vendees will complete the bridge for the passage of its trains and for the passage of per Â¬ sons and vehicles moved by animal power and will maintain the bridge and roadway providing the county of Franklin will pay the cost of maintaining competent and re Â¬ liable watchmen with authority to regulate the movement of persons and animals and vehicles moved by animal power over the bridge so as not in any why to interfere All the members of the council councilman Gentlemen Baking Powder Chanc or Firm In the settlement of the affairs HatT Mrs Hafif bought the interest of Mr Day in the grocery in this city and he purchased her interest in the distillery property in Anderson county but they will still continue to own the stock of whisky Mrs Haff has on hand jointly turned the grocery over to Mr Frank S Hart her brother in law who will continue to conduct the business for her Catarrh Cant bo Cured of the firm of Day 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 Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mu cous surfaces It was perscribed by one of tho best physicians in this country for years and is a regular It is composed of the est tonics known combined with the bent blood purifiers acting directly on the mucous surface The perfect u mbiration of the two ingredients is what produces such wonderful re ults in curing catarrh Send for Â¬ inJt v v f M -- - j sTHIS WEEK 5 455 President The committee answered stating I WANT ASSISTANCE that they nor the Fiscal Court had the power to protect the company IN MY from loss for injury to persons or Dress Goods Department property and that such an agree Â¬ Having bought too much stock in that ment would be void Thev re quested the company to modify the line and not being able to carry any of them over I will make a proposition in this respect and to state the number of watchmen a necessary and the pay required so nvinRB tnr In x that the Court of Claims could ONLY know all the expense attached to such an agreement if entered into Look at the following prices S MRMINS with the movement of trains and will enter into an obligation to protect the company from any loss or expense that may result from injury to persons or property by its trains or that may result from the use of the bridge The arrange Â¬ ment to continue in effect for three years and thereafter subject to ab Â¬ rogation by twelve months written notice from either party to the Yours truly other M H Smith Tkere is a Best cents Serge and Corded Dress r Goods now only 65 conts Ill Ointments Dr 50 and 48 cents Cashmere all colors In everything Hales Household Ointment stands at now only 42 conts more wonis l 50 cents Novelty Dress Goods now the head Itand effectinggreater satis Â¬Â¬ giving derful cures uuiy i vow to v 4U UUUID ObUllll ODljJC nuw uiuy lii faction than any other remedy in the world For cuts bruises burns cents f sprains frostbite chilblains chapped A11 the above goodf are WAR Â¬ hands and lips eczema salt rheum RANTED all wool piles c it has no equal Wo claim 25 and 24 cents Cashmeres not all great things for it and guarantee what wool now only 20 cents vo claim It is tho great pain and 15 cents press Goods now only 12j skin cure Put up in 25 and 50c cents Largo size cheapest boxes For 12 cents Dress Goods now only 10 sale by Phil Carpenter druggist oents h These are the best values ever W offered in Frankfort and can not bo Got There at Last matched at same prices i 40 dozon Linen Napkins Double Henry Rose who passed a Hed JJordex fringed reduced to 28 worthless check on Messrs Crutch oents a dozon worth 45 conts 18 dozen line Saton Damask Linen er Starks and stole an overcoat Towels at 25cent8 a piece worth 35 from the Kenyon Hotel about a cents fringe year ago for which rascality he 15 pair Chenille Portieres and border top and bottom at 3 a escaped being sent to the peniten- Â¬ pair worth 4 Marsailjes Bod tiary upon a technicality was sent 22 Immitation spreads large size only 08 cents to that institution by the Fayette worth 00 cents 17 largo Honey Combpd Spreads Circuit Court last week to serve a at 65 cents worth 80 conts Now dont put off for to morrow term of two years for grand what you can do to day as such bar Â¬ larceny He is a brother of the gains yon wont get soon Also please dont forget that you can find a full notorious Mrs Rodes Thompson and complete lino of Underwear Hosiery Flannells Comforts Blan Â¬ kets Table Linens yard wide It Should bo In Every House Â¬ Bleached and Unbleached Muslins hold Sheetings in all the width Dress and Apron Ginghams Shirting Stamped J B Wilson 371 Clay St Sharpes Doylies Scarfs and Table Covers burg Pa says he will not be without Roman Filo and Rope Silks in all Dr Kings New Discovery for Con Â¬ shades to work them with Children sumption Coughs and Colds that it Ice cured his wife who was threatend And infants wear of all kinds wool in all colors at 25 cents a box for with Pneumonia after an attaok of balls Trimming silk and velvet in LaGrippe when various other rem 11 colors and everything in the Dry edies anl several physicians had dono Joods Fnnoy Goods ana Notion lino her no good Robert Barkbr of Oooksport Pa claims Dr Kings New Discovery has cono him more good than anything ho ovor used for Lung Trouble Nothing like it Try it Froo trial bottles at P H Car Â¬ NO 319 MAIN STREET NEAR STATE penters Drug Store Largo bottles NATIONAL BANK 5 60c and 100 n -- now ojily 67 cents and 75 cents Henriettas and Serges - The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved A communication was received from Mayor Tobin nominating Messrs H H Watson and H B ODonnell as the new Commissioners of the Sinking rund The The Manual Training School bosrd in the future will be conv The building erected upon the posed of the Mayor and two citigrounds of the White Public zen- who will serve for four years School for the use of the Manual Petition of M W Smith for a Training class has been completed meat store license on Wilkinson and at certain hours every day street Referred to license com- each of the grades from the highmittee est down to the sixth repair there Petition of Lillian JHerancourt to receive instruction from Prof asking a rebate on taxes Re- Robbins The hours are so arferred to finance committee ranged that one grade follows Petition of Mrs C Herancourt another in succession so that the asking a rebate on taxes Re Professor has to be in the shop ferred to finance committee every hour during school time A letter was read addressed to excep three hours eacli week the Mayor from the King Bridge which he devotes to lectures and Company acknowledging the re- instruction to the smaller grades ceipt of check for their estimate Although this department has on the bridge work for the month been established but one month of September the scholars are becoming greatly An invitation was received from interested and are showing marked the Chicago Board of Trade re improvement especially in their questing the presence of the drawing Every Tuesday after Mayor and council at Chicago on noon from until Prof Rob 5 3 as their guests bins gives instructions to the enthe 28th inst The clerk was ordered to ac- tire corps of teachers They are knowledge receipt of same now engaged in learning perspecT G Dailys petition for sa- tive drawing and in the future loon license was read a second are expected to use the knowl time and passed edge thus received in instructing Mr Ellwanger offered a resolu- Â¬ their grades So far as it has tion allowing the Street Railway been tried the manual training deCompany the right to furnish partment has proven to be quite electricity for heating and power a success and the trustees and to all who may desire it patrons are highly gratified with On motion of Mr Watson it it was referred back to the commitProf Robbins is a genial gentletee to be reported at the next man and thoroughly qualified for meeting the position to which he has been Twenty six coupons of the first called issue of the bridge bonds that had Sold Ilcr Interest been sold were burned by the chairman of the finance commitMrs Wickliffe Chapman has tee sold her interest in the drug store The Mayor was directed to adof Chapman Williams to Mr vertise for bids for paving and John W R Williams who will guttering on Wilkinson and Mero continue the business at the same streets and on the South Side stand on Main street The City Engineer was directed to make grade on the east side of Checked tha Wilkinson street from Mero to progress of Con sumption Its Hill street and report same to cured too if ita taken in time next meeting of the council What is needed is tho ono unfail The election ordinance was then ing remedy for ttfken up and the salaries of the Scrofula in all its Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ABSOLUTELY PURE Â¬ Â¬ With local applications as they can Â¬ t Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CO Toledo O J OHEENEY fiSTSold by druggists 75 cents teimoaials r Given AAAAA AAAAAA TO OUK CUSTOMERS Away1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ t Â¬ 08 M ill saSnAJiTtrD y s if Mr AS ii V nmiI t i Strii i Â¬ Solifl 0 Bool Backs Â¬ following officers fixed viz WtjHi ft u I -- rTVVTpPS Mayors salary Police Judges salary City Attorneys salary City Clerks salary City Treasurers salary City Assessors salary 1000 1000 1200 forms for ono of those forms Lung scrofula is Con Â¬ sumption Solid Oak Tables Solid Oak Music Rack Ask for a CARD when you are making your purchases it easy for this 300 taints and poisons that mnko hold Then if dreaded disease to fusten its blood thats the first thing Purifv vour Rid it of tho science The further consideration of the and flesh builder known to medical Scrofula Consumption and overy form of yield election ordinance was then post- and blood taint all Blood to it For Weak Lungs Spitting of Bronchitis Asth poned until next Friday night ma and all severe lingering Coughs its an unoqualod remedy and tho only one for the and the matter of City Tax Col- Blood and Lungs thats guaranteed If it doesnt benefit or cure in every cose you lect rs salary was referred to the hav your money back finance committee to be reported back to the council G The council then adjourned until next last night Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 200 cured beginning to end tho remedy is Dr From 300 Fiorcos Golden Medical Discovery Its tho most potent blood cleanser strength restorer you havent delayed too long you can be 4 OTITIS DRY STOCK OP GOODS 3 fe CLOAKS H MATTEHN THE- - i AND NOTIONS Is the O 3ST ltogers Â¬ HARTSTEINS Of Adams N Y ate nothing but dry bread for throo years on account of that terrible disease Dyspepsia Ho states that ho was entirely cured by Dr Halos Housohbld Tea and can This greatest now oat anything modioino known is Bold at 25 and 50 conts per paokngo at Carpenters fhitoiiailer 334 MAIN STREET FRANKFORT Largest and Cheapest In Frankfort GALL AND SEE THEM L j weitzel ODonnell drug score 2 O Sept 23 Itn rwm U F 1 i3 1 PI BBHw r fw TMB I Misses Fannie and BeBsie Lewis of this county loft Tuesday for a visit Miss Nora Nowman has rqturned of soveral weeks to friends in Shelby- Â¬ from Atlanta Qa ville and Louisville Mrs Holmes and Miss Marion Lind Â¬ Cols John G Craddook and F L say are in Chicago McOhesnoy of Paris came down Miss Oarrlo Woitzol spent last week Thursday to attend the funoral of at the Worlds Fair General Crittenden Mr and Mrs J A Violott have re- Mrs M R Hameline who has been turned from Chicago visiting her parents Mr James A Mr John T Buckley is spending Ledridge and wife has returned to the week in Louisville her home at Mt Sterling Miss Kate Green has returned Mrs Mart South who has been from a visit to Louisville spending the summer with her Mr T M Gilmore of Louisville mother Mrs McGinnis near Jetts spent Sunday in this city left Thursday afternoon for her homo Miss Annie Hale left Wednesday in California for a visit to Indianapolis Mr Will A Lewis left Wednesday Hon Joe Pugh of Covington afternoon for a visit to the Worlds spent Tuesday in thiB city Fair He was joined at Louisville by Mr Geo Alexander of Louisville his brother Mr Geo W Lewis and was in the city on Tuesday the two went on together Mr John A Kleber left yesterday Dr and Mrs W Lee Orutcher and to take in the Worlds Fair daughter Miss Ethel Mrs M L Mrs W H Holt and daughters Orutcher and son Ernest and daugh Â¬ have returnedfrom Chicago ters Misses Susie and Mabel Mrs S Hale left Wednesday Dr E M Gober and Master Lewis MojH Crutoherare visitors at the Worlds for a trip to the Worlds Fair Miss Annette Swigert of Lexing- Â¬ Fair ton spent Monday in this city Mr Martin Wilson of Aberdeen Miss Nellie Orbison has returned Ohio spent several days with his sister Mrs Egbert Stephens in this from a weeks visit to Chicago G Mattern has been visiting city this week He came over on his Mr H wheel and returning left here at six relatives in Louisville thiB week oclock in the morning and arrived at Hon Jas A Scott and Mr Edwin Maysville at five in the afternoon Penn left Thursday for Chicago making the run of 80 miles in 11 Miss Ella Hair of Lexington spent hours Pretty good time considering Sunday with relatives in this city the fact that he has only been riding Miss Pickett Johnson has returned since August from a visit to her uncle in Louisville Dr Howard Dehoney left last week Death of a Prominent Mis sissippian for Philadelphia to spend the winter Col T E Boone left Wednesday The many friends made by Miss for a trip to Louisville and Bardstown Aida Poin dexter during her visit Mr Will Klair of Lexington vis Â¬ here last fall and winter will re- Â¬ ited his sister here the first of the gret to learn of the death of her week which sad event oc- Â¬ Miss Adelma Crutoher is at home father from school at Shelbyville for a few curred while shev and her sister weeks were absent from home op a visjt Messrs James W Harrod and Wm to the Worlds Fair The lollop- Â¬ N Heffner left Tuesday afternoon for ing notice of his death clipped Chicago from the Delta Flag of Green- Â¬ Mrs A Farra of Woodford county visited her daughter Mrs W H Dade wood Mississippi gives an idea of the estimation in which he was on Tuesday Mr W L Coppersmith the jeweler held by the community in which has returned from a trip to the he lived SRTfr y PERSONAL For Sale on Terms to Suit the Times ioufT I orT AXL3S2F wtt sun 147t a r HI 4J10tt o P P a und a fort i Property of Henry Ahler - W BBrldge- 1 TI6ft TlUGU Pi n 50ft B0ft 60ft 4jiGrt 4916ft wim i the as iii Location is first class It is on one of the highest points in the city It is near the river and on new electric street car line Water and gas in front of the property For terms call on Augl9 8m T Manual Training Â¬ Â¬ IOXJOISXjiES- Queen and Crescent Magazine The Queen and Crescent Route to issue an elaborate in magazine from depublication scriptive of the different sections of the South tiibutary to its lines Capitalists tourist and businessmen are not likely to forget the southern cities so long as the Queen and Crescent Route can reach them with this artistic pub is prepared Â¬ BA Cf 4t We have said that manual training is the complement of the pubA complement is lic schools that which fills up completes supplies a deficiency The human being is three sided lias a tri partite nature and is therefore susceptible to triple cultivation He is possessed of heart head and hand each of which deThe cultivamands cultivation tion of the heart should devolve chiefly upon the family and the The school should not church fail to impart moral lessons whenIts ever the opportunity offers is to culprincipal work however tivate the head In the past the public school has directed its efforts principally toward intellectual and moral training almost entirely ignoring the training of the hand To day in order to do justice to the triple nature of the child the school provides hand training By introducing labor as an educationÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Copy of this magazine will be the phenomena of surrounding mailed to any address on receipt nature should lead the earnest student to a consideration of self of Ten Cents in Postage Stamps Address that almost incomprehensible comW C Rinearson bination of the spiritual and the GenI Passr Agt Cincinnati X material The aim of manual training is high and enoblng The conscien- Â¬ For Malaria Liver Trou Â¬ tious manual training teacher most ble or Indigestion use fully realizes that He aims too LROTNS IRON BITTERS low who aims below the stars 10 BE CONTINUED Grave Mistakes for DOUBLE Â¬ arcs and circles divides a space into equal parts He thus realizes the intimare relationship which exists between things and the ideas contained io his textbooks The tendency of this wrestling with natures forces is to incite a desire to scrutinize more closely the pages of the great book of nature as it lies spread out all His observation is around him cultivated and he begins to see things as they are The study of V lication iS - converting crude matter into some form which gives it increased value the operator is compelled to think to observe to deliberate In to reason arid to conclude like manner the pupil of the manual training school as soon as he begins to construct things discovers that Tie must observe close ly must be attentive must form an ideal must think out the pro cess of construction carefully must consider which is the best process or the proper material to be used in attaining his ideal mustise his reason in determining what effects Capt W F Dandridge and wife certain causes produce or in dis went to Winchester Monday to attend Supper and Dance coving the cause of the error he the Clark Strode wedding Here is a large field has made Mrs Dr Bailey of San Antonio The Womens Relief Corps of in which the pupil engages volunTexas is the guest of her sisters the Grand Army of the Republic tarily as a gleaner always gatherMrs Soott and Mrs Barret will give a supper and dance at ing a sheaf the consciousness of Mrs Anna B Walcutt and Mr D Ahlers Hall on Thurs inherent power to do B Walcutt and family returned Mon Sower The universe is composed of day from a trip to Chicago day evening November 2d the two parts the world of matter Mrs George W ReaBor was called supper from 6 to 9 and the dance These and the world of mind to Cincinnati Sunday morning by the from until 12 The object is to are interdependent are comple9 death of her brother-in-laMind deraise funds for the treasury of the ments of each other Messrs Allen Cromwell Wm B would be utterly prived of matter Quin and John Hanley of Jetts left corps and the entertainment should helpless matter without mind be liberally patronized as the Tuesday afternoon for Chicago would be entirely useless Manual Misses Hocker Elizabeth and organization is purely a benevo training brines the mind of the Emily Hazelrigg returned Saturday lent one Contribute something pupil into direct contact with its from a visit to the Worlds Fair even if you dont attend complement matter In the proper Miss Mary Hale left Saturday for manipulation of matter it becomes Cincinnati where she will attend the a thing of worth or of beauty Thd That Joyful Peeling Conservatory of Music this winter development of mind harmonizes With the exhilerating sense with this development of matter Miss Lou B Cromwell left Tuesday for California where she will spend of renewed health and strength Mind is strengthened in the prothe winter for the benefit of her and internal cleanliness which cess and the pupil encouraged to attempt other and more difficult health follows the use of Syrup of Figs achievements He gains a practiMiss Mary Jossee of Henry county Is unknown to the few who have cal experience with things surspent several days this week with He wrestles with her sister Mrs William Cromwell not progressed beyond the old time rounding him near this city medicines and the cheap substi- the forces of nature with which he JJMaster Henry Woods having ob tutes sometimes offered but never becomes familiarized by overcoming or by calling to his assist tained a situation in St Louis loft accepted by the well informed ance Sunday afternoon to make that city in pianing ne overcomes cohesion In making his future home Our market this week has shown a the force of a glued joint he calls upon the comMrs 0 B Ohinn Mrs F W Keyes little more strength on the very mon grades and Miss Prue Ohinn of this city selling below of burloy suoh as are force of adhesion Jbr assistance 700 per and Mrs Anna Lewis of Flint Hill Otherwise there has been nohundred In sawing he illustrates the divisi change Missouri returned Wednesday from in the situation on burley The bility of matter and in driving a sales of the week embraced several nail impenetrability of matter a visit to the Worlds Fair hogsheads of the new burley crop His tools are based upon meehan Rev Carroll Q Wright and wife nee one nogsueaa selling as nign as f 12 Miss Effle Miles and two Bons who 75 per hundred The orop may now ical or mathematical principles His have been in Europe for the past two bo said to be practically in the barns hammer is a lever his chisel is a and it varies His square is a right years will arrive in this city next a greater part very much in quality wedge the caop however angle and his level may be set to week to visit Mr John E Miles and promises to bo of under the average in family any angle His dividers describe quality Â¬ Â¬ Worlds Fair of the once no Judge T M Hill and Hon John P bleAll that remains man the loved husband father Newman of Newport were in the and friend now lay in the grave city Wednesday On Oct this true man and Messrs John and Willie Brislan splendid nth citizen of Leflore county and W J Mandlehr returned Satur Captain W G Poindexter died a day from Chicago victim to that fatal disease HemaRev T E Utterback of Ripley turia being sick only a few days Ohio has been visiting relatives in His remains were brought to this city this week Greenwood and interred in the Mr Western B Thomas and bride cemetery Funeral from the resiof Anderson Indiana are visiting his dence of Hon L P Yerger mother in this city The store banks etc closed in Mrs George W Reock and Mr honor of the deceased citizen Eugene Wolfe and wife left Tuesday We will give a more extended morning for Chicago notice next week Â¬ Â¬ al factor For all the wants of man nature provides raw material lavishly In practical life mechanical inge- Â¬ nuity converts raw material into a product having greater value than it Doscssed in its crude form In Advertised Letters at Frankfort The rate of feudden deaths is daily in Â¬ creasing Hundreds become victims b of the ignorance of physicians in the treatment or tms disease une in four has a diseased heart Shortness not gus iron 200 to 5000 of breath palpatation and fluttering liUMMir Rifles 925 to 1200 Irregular pulse choking sensation RiflH 8200 to 11000 BmcMMlIE asthmatic breathing pain or tender Â¬ side shoulder or arm weak ness in Silf coeklii rbtoItus Mel Plated 1125 hungry spells are symptoms of Heart iiwwincNterRejMtiiESliotaiiB loiel 1893 1685 Disease Dr Miles New Heart Cure Bm4 SfcSUap fer M pct CiUNf ulhnMptrml is the only reliable remedy Thous Â¬ GRIFFITH ft SEMPLE ands testify to-- its wonderful cures LOUISVILLE KV 6 515 Main Street Books free Sold by J W Gayle MarlS lr takes in treatment of Heart Disease Physicians frequently make mis Â¬ ra ml BREECHLOADER FiBftllHB Â¬ Kentucky Below will be found a list of adver Â¬ Kentucky Midland Ey Â¬ Â¬ 8 lortostand quickest Detween tised letters for the week ending 28 1803 October CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT Arnold Emmalie Bawling Dave B Reid Sadie Birk Ged Only direct line betweei Bratney Wm E Troxel W R Henry Salem J Dickerson Thompson Jessie Frankfort Gaorgotown and Paris Car France Henry Hamilton John H Scott America lisle XajiTille Cyitkiana Fil Harrington W H Walton Lizzie Wright Neal Miller A J month and Corington Quarles Wm When calling for these letters say A8K FOB TICKETS YIA KY MIDLAND advertised J flf Saffell P M 1 Electric Bitters This remedy is becoming so well known and eopopular as to need no AH who have used special mention Electric Bitters sing the same song of praise A purer medicine does not exist and it is guaranteed to do all that is claimed Electric Bitters will cure all diseases of the Liver and Kidneys will remove PimpleB Boils Salt Rheum and other affections caused by impure blood Will drive Malaria from the system and prevent as wall as oure nil malarial fever For cure of Headache Constipation and indigestion try Eleotrio Bitters En- Â¬ tire satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded Price 60c and fl per bottle at South Side drug store 5 P H Carpenter A Chance to See It All On October 20 to October 30th N Railroad inclusive the L will sell round trip ticket to Chicago at S900 tickets limited to fifteen days H B Logsdon Â¬ TaillS Bill If CEITB1LSTIID1BD TIME TABLE MAY 27 I TIL p 1 18U3 A M p M M Â¬ w TRAINS E AST I No 1 No 8 No 7 Â¬ Summit Elknorn Swltzer stomping Ground Durall Lv Johnson Lv Georgetown B Lv 0 8 Depot Ar Paris Lv Newtown Lv Centrevllle Lv Elizabeth Lv Ly Lv Lv Lv Lv Frankfort A 0 700 706 711 718 729 780 742 749 768 a08 816 820 880 400 411 418 424 4 81 8C2 340 846 1246 1266 110 14 16 12 20i 220 410 602 610 616 626 I 24 80 820 880 84 PM 627 163 TtUlNS Lv WEST lA u M I I No 2 P M No 4 DbO A M No8 INolt 44 42 Â¬ Ar Elizabeth Ar Centervllle Ar Newtown Ar c S Depot Ar Ar Ar Ar Georgetown Duvall iarts 905 916 B Johnson Â¬ Â¬ Stamping Ground Ar Swltzer Ar Elknorn Ar Summit 10 80 1049 1066 924 949 1010 1017 1023 1042 1105 9V0 60 600 749 801 812 881 868 906 916 92ft 611 680 ASS 648 666 716 721 7 08 64J WW -J v-- ll Â¬ Ar A Frankfort A 780 Â¬ Â¬ Dr Halos Household Ointment It absolutely cures catarrh B sonnects with Q 0 conneots with K Effective May 27th connects with LAN ana ft 0 LS 0 Mk Â¬ Â¬ I Is the fluest remedy in the world following Sunday schedule will ie In effect It oures SUNDAY TRAINS Oures Neuralgia and Rheumatism Frankfort bm East No D Piles like magic Cures Salt Rhtnim Georgetown 840 leaves at Paris V 16746to a No a most soothing manner Oures 3 leaves Frankfortarrives m Georgetown 460 in the 8 40 p Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids arrives at Paris 6 as p id 9 80 a m George Â¬ Can be Wjbt No 6 leaves Paris 11 06 a Oures Coughs and Oplds No 4 town 1006 arrives Frankfort taken internally A positive spooiflo leaves Paris 6 60 p rn Georgetown 6 tnjarrives 0 for pneumonia Oats Bruises Burns at Frankfort 780 p m The Kentucky Midland Railway and conaee Chilblains Sores of long standing shortest Corns and Bunions are cured quickly tions form thesouth eastand cheapest route to all west north different from all else superior to all points further Informationand to their ajreate apply For else it has no equal 25 and 50o boxes O D BXROA W B WBITZKL City TMtst Ageat Large sie cheapest Soldat Oarpen Gtn Pass GIOV HA8PJBGen SaptT 8 tmTb drug store I and durlnt thesummerth iVKII JIS Ji pAvH J M jr kkSfO raHBmm - ff VJfT itw M H NEW M r 0 0 Handsome Wedding Presents loeioie A t o o o In ment xrLm Sterling ever Silver finer assort from OUSnS vrJ J JW GOODS 3Nn A seloer t 333 Pretty In Sterling Silver Presents I r R Ar- - t ClSLir St ZPrsinlsiifort FJILL Jeweler Iy W A SLOW COACH Is the King Bridge Company The contract with the king ra r V i ji Bridge Company calls for the completion of the St Clair street bridge by the 15th of November which is only three weeks off and they have not one pound of iron upon the ground yet the compa ny have been very prompt in demanding the payment of their estimates Mayor Tobih has re ceived a letter from the company on the subject a copy of which has been forwarded to Squire McDonald with a note both of which we give below Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Pat McDonald Frankfott Ky i- - iJfe We heve already 2 1st received written Mayor Tobin fully En closed find copy of letter we mailed him yesterday All we can do is that it we can possibly get the bridge shipped quicker we shall do so We are as anxious to get it there as you can be Yours truly Dear Sir Your favor of the Â¬ THE KING BRIDGE CO 61 as A King President r October 25 1893 Mayor Frankfort Ky It vDear Sir Your telegram of the 2 1st was received this morn We are sorry our advices ing not satisfactory because we are do not see that we can offer any thing better When we received your contract the mills were all hut down and owing to the fearful depression in business they continued to be shut down and We had most of them are now 52 tfi considerable difficulty in placing A few Woodlake items will apthe material for your bridge We finally placed it with a company pear in this column in addition to who started up on purpose to the regular Forks new make this order and another large Bro Burdin has closed his proorders that we had on our books tracted meeting with each of his and possibly if they had not done churches respectively at Bethel Is averted op if too late to so we should not have been able this county and Pigeon Fork avert It It is eften cured and to procure the material at this Shelby county Visible results in aways relieved by time - The extraordinary depres each 12 additions sion in business1 has also made it1 Bro Alderman has returned very slow work for us to repair the damages by fire in our riveting de- from the General Association of partment We expected to be in Baptists held at Lebanon this year our new shop by this time but Regular services at Providence toit is not completed although we morrow at 1 1 oclock have pushed it as hard as we Bro Burdin will administer to Of couse this makes the his flock at Bethel today and to Could AVork go a great deal slower the Cream of Cod liver Oil It morrow as usual is nowever oneol those things Cures Coughs Colds and that n one could foresee We Weak Lungs Physicians the have done the best we could and world over endorse it it is impossible to do any more Dont b9 deceived by Substitutes We have your work well under way in our other shops where we TTeptd by Scott A Down N Y XI Drugs lit have temporary riveting arrange ments and are pushing it fast as Cures Consumption Coughs Croup Sore possible but the time mentioned Throat Sold by all Dnijait on a Guarantee Back or Chert For a Lame in our telegram is the very best Plaster will Side great satisfactionShlloha Porous give 5 cents Jit we can do We shall try to live VITALIZER SHILOHS Chattanooga Tonn say According to our un- Mrs T S Hawkins up to it FRANKFORT KY ShUohBVttaltzcrHAVED MY LIFE I derstanding however you are consider it the bat remcduforadchllttated sustem Office in the Hume Building For not really suffering on account of I ever used oxcola DyspepsiaotaLiver or Kldnoy Price 75 troublo it the bridge not being erected HILOHSIXATARRH Perhaps we misunderstand the matter but this is what we have REMEDY heard from our men We trust Have you Catarrh TrythtoRomody I twill This in Cure you this is so and that you will not be relievo andIts suooossful Prloo 60 otais furnisboq X3Zo treatment jootor or Remedies are sold by ua on a put to any great inconvenience free Bhllohsglvo satisfaction guarantoo to We are sorry rriafters should work A HOUSE OF SEVEN ROOMS LOCATED For sale by W McKee Hardie sale on aConwuy street nuuth side Ihtooffered for nt bargain For terms apply thus but we cannot see that we Jan 28 lv IIALIB OLD STAND WM COKMWKLL 0ct7 tf Tobm Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Cleveland Ohio November 18 1893 beginning promptly at 10 oclock a m A King President and continue through the day Jas The following schools compose The company knew at the time the said district Woodlake No tHey took the contract that the I Switzer No 3 Jetts No 5 mills were shut down and they Forks of Elkhorn No 9 Sted should not have stipulated the mantown No n Walcutt No Crutcher No 44 Rocky 15th of November as the time for 37 Branch No 45 The teachers the completion of the bridge if employed in the above named they did not intend to comply districts will bear in mind the fact with it and it is rather late now that the new school law makes it compulsory on their part to atto set up that plea We hope to see a goodly We do not know who our tend number of teachers present from men are that furnished them other districts as well as all who their information as to whether may heartily favor the cause of the people are suffering for the education whether teacher or not bridge or not but we would like Committee on Programme J C to inform the aforesaid gentlemen Porter Chairman Misses Jennie Goddard and Maggie Downev that if we are not now we certain C H Parrent ly will be suffering by the failure Vice Pres for Second District of the company to comply with Mr Waller Lewis who has their contract so soon as the peo- Â¬ been very sick for many weeks ple have to trudge up and down past is convalescing slowly Quite a number of people have the muddy river bank to the ferry is plain to be seen that cold attended the Worlds Fair since It Those in attendweather will find the bridge un- our last letter ance this week are as follows viz finished and if we get the com- Mr F M Featherston wife and pleted structure as a Christmas sister Miss Jennie Dr W T gift we may consider ourselves Buckner and wife Messrs Howard fortunate The city council will Black and John Murphy Mrs doubtless inform the company Sallie Burdin and Rev F W Eberhardt and bride when they demand the payment Our town is improving rapidly of their next estimate that the under the mechanical skill of our iron must be on the ground and carpenters and artistic genius of the work well under way before our painters any more money is paid as they For Rent A front room on should do Main street suitable for office Address M this office Forks of Elkliorn Yours truly The Teachers District Associa- Â¬ We are to blame in any Way have done everything we could tion of the second district Forks under the circumstances and we of Elkhorn Franklin county will be held in this place Saturday hope this will be satisfactory I OP f THE KING BRIDGE CO BOOTS SHOES HATS CAPS uT IL Â¬ I MCLLIRF l u I s 11 We have the best goods the largest stock and prices are right Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ To our many county friends we would say dont lay in your winter stock of goods until you have looked- 3 At our goods x what you need haye the goods and will please vou i We know m Â¬ CONSUMPTION B K Â¬ MCLURE SOH it Â¬ Scotts Â¬ Emulsion I Â¬ Fine Furniture v1j SfsHILOHsl IffHflii CURE Â¬ Â¬ COMPLETE STOCK Of all the Newest apd Prettiest CJETAS T HA Y Attorney Law Patterns In order to make room for our large stock of Fall goods we will offer special FORSAJLE pse and mot XvO R ROGERS W PRICES SON X fifcl raff FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Entered nt tho post ofllce nt Frankfort Kentucky ns socoinl uliss lmillable mutter saftfHfwtfWJWWW lr v KrVTTFJT V Irenes VFHtfTr iA V l THE WORLDS FAIR i Estimated Sinn of Money This County and State has Poured GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub Into Chicago FRANKFORT OCTOBER 28 1803 UP0fRqs x I L EODMAU THAN ii SOU x v Ex Governor Knotts Prophecy LOWER EVER r i THE SCHOOL BUIID1XG A Bnri Job and in Miserable Repair Although the White Public School building has been built but a lew years it is in a wretched The roof leaks there condition is hardly a ceiling in the building thai is not ready to fall off and in many places has already done so the floors closets and waincoting have pulled away from the walls and there is not enough draft in the flue into which the pipe from the furnace runs to enable the engineer to get up steam enough to heat the building and the consequence is that the rooms on the third floor cannot be made comfortable for the teachers and pupils in cold weather If the fire in the furnace is stirred up soot pours out of the chimney in great chunks and the room over the boiler is constantly fillsd with such a peculiar odor that the teacher has to keep the windows lowered from The steam the top all the time upon the boiler should gauge show a pressure of at least 25 or 30 pounds in extreme weather in order to heat the entire building but the engineer with hard work cannot raise more than twelve pounds Winter is coming on and the roof should be repaired and the heating apparatus by all means gotten into good working order at once even if the other repairs are not made but the whole house is needing overhauling and thorough repairing badly and the City Council or School Board should look after the matter t Primaries Must Go Â¬ Â¬ The proprietor of one hotel the University on Congress street in Chicago says thai he has entertained over 700 people from this city since the opening of the Worlds Fair There is no doubt that more Frankfort people stopped at the University than at any other hotel in Chicago but it is reasonable to suppose that twice as many visitors were quartered in other hotels and private houses Estimating tint 2000 people from this city and county have attended the Fair and which it is believed is not far from the actual number and fixing an average of 40 for each person the total amount of money that has been lost to this city and county alone will aggre gate gSoooo It has been stated that no less than 200000 Ken tuckians have visited the Fair and if this be true the loss in dollars to the whole State at the same The ratio has been 8000000 benefits to the visitors in an educational point of view are un quesotined but the following excerpts from ex Gov Knotts argn ment before the Court of Appeals on the constitutionality of the 100000 appropriation are nevertheless food for reflection in these times of need and stringency Â¬ Â¬ t vg t OJNTIS Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasunt and refreshing to the taste and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys BNJOYiS Â¬ tem effectually dispels colds head Â¬ aches and fevers nnd cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the This is the lowest price ever made on these goods Best Indigo Blue Calico BestColored Calico Good Canton Flannel Good Bed Ticking Yard Wide Brown Cotton Yard Wide Bleached Cotton Good Comfort -- cents cents cents 10 cents 5 cents 5 bents 95 cents 5 5 5 A large stock of 4 only remedy of its kind ever produced pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach prompt in 5ts action nnd truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and 61 bottles by all leading drug Â¬ gists Any reliable druggiBt 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 MRUP CO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Pry Goods cheaper than ever known Sep 3 3m J L ROIDMA2T A SOIST JACOB SWIGERT ON MAIN STEET TO CO Have Removed From the Batzell Building 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Basement nf the Capital Hntel They will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in Â¬ SAN FRANCISCO CAL LOUISVILLE KY NEW YORK om a NY Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ te4 A friend has sent us a copy of the South Florida Sentinel with the following article marked as expressive of his sentiments Primaries are schools of slander malevolence and private h ureU and the candidates voted for whether named or left engender animosities which are never forgiven or condoned What else is gained by this pernicious system Echo answers pernicious system It is a marine fable to assert that the country precincts have any better opportunity to secure candidates satisfactory to the yeomanry than by the old fashioned delegate system In selecting delegates two or three of the largest precincts can and often do combine against the smaller ones and thus take not only the cake but the bakery also Primaries drive out good men who would offer themselves as candidates but for the onerous cost it entails In the first round candidates cannot assail the opponents politics but are driven to the subterfuge of attacking A second canprivate character vass becomes necessary to discuss political matters making it too expensive for men who would fill the offices as well if not better than those who can afford the outlay Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ It would be a magnificent adver Â¬ tisement for somebody no doubt Io would probably boom the price of coal lands but the court knows us well as I do that nearly the whole of our bestcoal and other miner lunds has already been monopuliaod by foreign millionaries who are alien tu our soil and strangers to our institu Â¬ tions It might increase the demand for our timbers but they too have in a great measure been already gob Â¬ bled up by foreign speculators Ic would no doubt redound to the inter Â¬ est of our various railroad corpora tions bat they areako owned and con- Â¬ trolled almost entirely by foreign cap- Â¬ ital The great thoroughfare of trade that runs in front of this capital is under the dominion or a syndicate ot foreign Jews the Rothchilds the money kings of Europe Every great industrial interest in the Common- Â¬ wealth is in the hands of consolidated capital in some form or other except agriculture and it id proposed to tax that for the aggrandiz anient of the otherd Why should the farmer who toils through the summers heat and the winters cold or the mechanic who weilds the hammer or shoves the plane from early dawn to dewy eve be taxed to promote the prosperity of their more favored neighbors the mine owner and manufacturer What compensation will they receive for the portion of their scanty earnings taken from them by the tax gatherer for that purpose It is argued however that this great exposition will be a great edu- Â¬ cator But whom will it educate Out of the two million people in Ken Â¬ tucky it is possible it is probable in fact that a hundred thousand may be able to see the big show at Chica Â¬ go which will be just as big and just as instructive without this 100000 as tax upon them of with it it follows therefore that the remaining nineteen hundred thousand must be compelled to con- Â¬ Is it fair tribute to their tuition Is it equal Is it republican equality Is it consistent and exact justice with a constitution of government Â¬ ation is a trifle The twenty shillings which John Hampden refused to pay was a trifle but the exaction of that trifle stirred the tide of civil war which brought Oharlea II to the block and swept his familv into exile The tax on tea was a trifle but it was an abuse of the taxing power which cost England the brightest jewels in her diadem If this people must protect themselves they will 4o it aye they will do it effectually As one much wiserthari I has said justice moves with aladen hael but it strikes with an iron hand three thousand dollars one thousand of which was subscribed by itself and its generous mother The Courier Journal It is idle to say that this appropri short time Â¬ W McKEE HARDIE DRUGGIST m V HALLS OLD STAND FRANKFORT KY DRUGS Jan 21 1 We keep a full line of AND PATENT MEDICINES C And cordially ask our friends to give us a cal Tho Fountain Head of Strength When we recollect thnt the stomucb Is the grand laboratory In which food Is transformed Into the secretions which furnish rigor to the system after entering and enriching the blood that It Is In short the fountnln 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 Hos teUers Stomach Bitters does most effectually Â¬ seasonably regulating nnd reinforcing digestion promoting due action to the liver and bowels Strength nnd quietude of the nerves depend In great measure upon thorough diges tion There Is no nervine tonlo more highly es Â¬ teemed by the medical fraternity than the Bit- Â¬ ters Physicians also strongly commend It for chll s nnd fever rheumatism kidney and blad Â¬ der trouble sick headache and want of ap petite and sleep Take a wlncglassful three times a day Â¬ W McKEE HARDIE t L GrATLE IHiH Hi Eii Pfv I Bi m HVHu MR HI C BB m 11 II J m LAX m Would Make His Hair Curl If the workman or contractor who placed the guy ropes across the east walkway of the St Clair street bridge so low down as to knock the hat off or scrape the top of the head of every one passing under them could hear the cuss words which have been said about him since the ropes were placed there his hair would not only curl but turn grey To a person inex perienced in such matters it appears that if the ropes were raised six or eight inches they would N Â¬ Â¬ HP 1 iFHKsfiTjn HHm ILJSHpI 1 r M Â¬ Going to China Mr George B Hunt who has been a clerk in the Farmers Bank in this city for several years will leave on the 15th of next month for Hong Kong China where he the proporty of the high and the low the rich and the poor alike As an evidence of the tremendous ponular clamor under which this act was passed I have but to remind the court that when it was understood that tho Auditor would not pay the hundred thousand dollars unless compelled to do so by the courts and that the courts were pretty cef Tfre Louis- tain not to compel him villa Times1 made the most earnest efforts for two weeks to raise the sum by private subscription and at the end of that time abandoned tho pro Â¬ ject in disgust having raised only I serve every purpose and their fas tenings would be just as secure and as the walk is likely to be used for a month yet we would suggest to the proper person the propriety of raising them just a little As at present located they are liable to shake up a persons religion especially if he is thinking of something else when starting into the bridge Â¬ Call iid seo tlio MAJESTIC RANGE mado of Steel Wiil lai a Utotime They and liuileablf Iron are a H ilclwn iKwcsMly lighten labor and iniproye the flavor off ho f id 11 EI- - Lawn Mowers Friends I stand at the HEAD for Hardware aurf on LAWN MOWERS I V3 W has accepted the position of private secretary to his father Capt William C Hunt of Greenville Mississippi who has been appointed U S Consul at that port Mr Waller Bullock of Lexington will succeed Mr Hunt as clerk in the bank Â¬ PRICES MaPcwder The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder No Ammonia No Alum Â¬ Lead The Market 500Or L i --EEC 3lJCUOLOJCL ST Street 3123 BEOZDTTv - Â¬ e 4 w Att 4 Used in Millions of Homes AprlUM I 40 Years the Standard rv v fW jpiwwsr-wr- - nrjfl 1 WW 3Hrwmrn WJC 5 1 ALWAYS CHEERFULLY -- SHOWN raacaayjiijw mamm WE WANT TO SHOW 4rOU OUR MAGNIFICENT STOCK OF vdIEITS 8 fcTXD BOITS CLOTHIITG- - THE POPULAR SELLERS IN MENS SUITS ARE THE DOUBLE AND SINGLE BREASTED SACKS 1000 1250 1350 and Splendid assortment of BOYS AND CHILDRENS SUITS AND OVERCOATS Merchant Tailoring Department full of newest and best goods Latest styles Pine hats and furnishing goods 15 Hudson HumphnesCassell vmr while Continue Business nt the Old Stand serving as such was appointed a FRANKFORT OCTOBER 28 1898 Colonel in the Regular Army and The bids for the public printing assigned to the command of the were opened on Monday by the A VETERAN TjAYS DOWN 32d U S Infantryjuly 28 1866 Commissioners and the contract HIS ARMS bnt was transferred May 19 1869 for the execution of the work of Defitli of Gen TJios Ii Critten Â¬ to the 17th U S Infantry which the first and second classes which position he Jjeld until he retired include all the printing and bind- Â¬ den Hero of Two Wars 1 88 1 May 19th at his own re- Â¬ ing was awarded to the Courier The intelligence was received quest He was brevetted Briga Journal Job Printing Company here Monday of the death of dier General in the U S Army and that of the third class which General Thomas Ieonidas Crit-Â¬ March 2d 1867 for gallant and includes the lithographing and tenden which sad event occurred meritorious conduct in the battle engraving was awarded to Mr at his home on Statcn Island New of Stone River Tennessee Upon William Harrison of Louisville York that morning from the retiring he took up his residence As the Courier Journal Job Print Â¬ effects of a second paralytic upon Governors Island New ing Company have been doing the FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT as State Treasurer and HANNEN ft DEALERS IN HURSEY Wagons Carriages and Buggies Â¬ Farming Implements MANUFACTURERS 1 a OF Hand Made Harness and Horse Goods stroke The deceased was born at Rus w sellville Logan county in 1819 and came to this city with his father the late Hon John J Crittenden when quite young 11V tev greater portion of his w3s received uneducation der the instruction of the late Prof Kean OHara end after leaving that school he studied law with his father and commenced the practice of his profession here When the Mexican War broke out he volunteered and served with great distinction rising to the rank of Lieutenant Colonel At the battle of Buena Vista he was serving as an aid upon the staff of General Zachary Taylor and during a lull in the battle was sent with a flag of truce through the Mexican lines When presented before General Santa Anna that officer demanded to know if General Taylor had surrendered and General Crittendens answer General Taylor never surrenders made him famous in history After General Taylor was elected President he appointed Gen Crittenden GonsuUo Liverpool and when his term as such expired he returned to Louisville and entered into business Ini86i he was appointed Inspector General of the State to succeed Gen S B Buckner who had resigned to enter the Confed erate Army was shortly after commissioned as Brigadier General in the volunteer service of the United States and was promoted to the rank of Major General for gallant conduct upon the battle He served under field at Shiloh Buell and Rosen both Generals cranz and had command first of a division and then of a corps par ticjpating in all the campaigns of the Army of the Tennessee up to He and including Chicamapga resigned his commission Decem- The Â¬ York later moved to New York City and about a year ago bought a home upon Staten Island where he died He leaves a wife formerly Miss Kittie Todd sister of the late Capt H I Todd his only child Lieutenant John Jordan Crittenden was killed at the Custar massacre in 1877 a brother Col of this Robert H Crittenden city and numerous relatives here and in other parts of the State to mourn his loss The remains arrived here Wed nesday evening and the funeral took place Thursday morning at 1 oclock from the First Presbyterian Church A large number of friends and relatives attended and a salute was fired from Arsenal Hill during the funeral services Â¬ Â¬ 1 work at the Capital office in this city for the past eight or ten years there will be no change in the location of their plant here Sbilohs Vltallzer is what you need for Dyspepsia Torpid Liver Yellow Skin or Kidney Trouble It is guarÂ¬ anteed to give you satisfaction Price 76c Sold by W McKee Hardie 22 232 W I -KTISr -A- SXIE3EI1- JOHN DRISCOLI Av DR KELLEY OF CINCINNAT IO will be at tne tiese fhoents hotel IN LEXINGTON KY Liquor A 235 BROADWAY April 15 tf Merchant opposite State House rH t8 -- oft Saturday November 4 1893 Saturday November 25 1893 Saturday December 10 1893 Piles cured without surglcs operation and wltti little or no pain HEMORRHOIDS full line of pure Anderson county whiskies wines brandies etc L0TT1 REEERENCES Scott Frankfort Ky Dr E M Gober Frankfort Ky J T Staten Frankfort Ky V Berberlch Frankfort K Rev L P Uulett Benson Ky Frankfort Ky A II McClure oniricc J W McKee Hurdle A Frankfort Ky FARM JNO FOR SALE C Â¬ il jf W 50 FOB A J i jirmikL CASE IT WILL NOT CUWE Annflrreeable Laxatlvo and NERVE TONIC SoIdbyDruffglBtsorBentfoyniail 25a 60a and SlOO por package Samples free WIf The Favorite TOOTH TOWSSS Â¬ For sale by W McKee Hardie Jan 28 ITA tVU HforthoTcethandBreattu25o HALLS OLD STAND The Modern Jack Horner Little Jack Horner sat in a corner Eating a Christmas pie He put in his thumb and pulled out a And said what a good boy am II lr David Moore Benson Ky Jas M Wlthrow Frunkfoit Ky DR KELLEYS ofllce ainl residence is at 259 West Eighth street Clnclnuutl anil where he nmy be found ever day of each week except SATUR- Â¬ Pamphlets describing these diseases DAYS and the mode ot treatment sent free to any one W I KKLLEY M D by addressing 259 V Eight St Cincinnati 0 CONSULTATION FREE W J hushes Frankfort Ky FRANKLIN CIRCUIT COURT RNtJTTEHS ADMK vs R NUTTEnS llKIHS JNO I VIRTUE OF A JUDGMENT OF THE court In the above cause I will on MONDAY NOVEMBER At about 12 G 03 Sealed Proposals Sealed Proposals will be received at the City Clerks Office until 12 Saturday November 4 for m paving guttering and curbing the Last side of Wilkinson street from Main to Mero and from Wilkinson to Gas House Alley Bids will also be received for paving guttering and curbing in front of the property of James Heeney on Shelby street The qouncil reserves the right to reject any or Attest or all bids T J Todd Richard Tobin Â¬ ocock in sell the farm of about 187 acres of land about six miles south of Frankfort Ky adjoining the lands of Thos Farmer deed Henry Clay c on a credit of G and 12 months In equal Installments Purchaser will be re Â¬ quired to execute bond with approved security bearing 6 per cent interest from date of sale Oct 14 St Commissioner F W II POSEY CC -- f plum Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ But little Jack Horner became a deep mourner When older ho grew and a glutton For His liver Ill state was like a dead weight Ab he drank wine and ate too much mutton Poor Jacks time of grief however was brief And of sickness he ceased to be fearful For a boon friend said Well lets try Pierces Pellets And with good livers both are now oheerful Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets abso- Â¬ lutely effective in cases of sick head ache constipation indigestion and all derangements of the stomach and bowels Satisfaction guaranteed Â¬ Orchard Lawn Garden -- FULL STOCK 0Fa - Fruit Ornamental Trees Asparagus Grape Yines City Clerk Oct 26 td Ma or SMALL FRUITS SHRUBS and everything usually Wo sell direct round In n nursery establishment to the Ilanter and have no agents Catalogue on application ll F UILLENMKYER Oct 2l 8m Lexington Ky Dissolutionofhrtnership Dr Sagos Remedy druggists caae of Catarrh by the proprietors of 50 500 reward offered for an inourablo cts PLANING HILL AND Seni 2l tf by Cheap to Augusta Nov 15th 22nd Ga Â¬ W ATTORN 29th and Dec 6th the Kentucky Midland Rail way will sell tickets to Augusta HAVING PURCHASED THE PLANING MILL REAL ESTATE AGENT hogshead Ga anb return from Frankfort at Oongleton tobacco am prepared factory of Messrs COURTS 01 Bros I to furnish W ILL PRACTICIto Of THl eoantlM nut MiMnins Franklin ana from Paris 2250 account 2290 win aik nre tpncuu attention w ma puronaM DOORS aetata a nta EY-AT-LA- HOGSHEAD FACTORY UfM CROMWELL doing a general merchandising business at Snlt zer Franklin county Ky was this day dissolved by mutual consent S T Cner retiring F An Â¬ derson will still continue the business and Is to collect and receipt for all amounts entitled F ANDKUSON due said Arm Swltzer Ky Oct 2 S T CARTER 1PJ3 CO FIRM OF ANDERSON aWE FAnderson and S TCarterCOMPOSED of heretofore Mt Work Worry Augustas Exposition thoroughbred ready for use 8 2t Â¬ For SaUk ber 13th 1864 At the close of the war he returned to this city to reside and was appointed by Gov Two fine young Berkshire boars Appiy to S Black m SASH BLINDS FRAMES S1UNGLFH ana mi 01 raal and tka aacatlatia af loans -- eeUactioa alalma and Disease 0mme9V iwimiv TURNED WORK STAIU WORK Fine Farm for Rent CITY FARM ADJOININ DUDLEY Hmlts on the Georgetown pike containing large residence tobacco burn and 2G5 acres farm utibles Splendid dairy and tobacco partlcu- For PosiesMon given March lit 1MM Â¬ AND AIX KINDS OF Bramlett to fill out the unexpired term of Col James H Garrard deceased oi9 po JH Jnol Muwp lol wno m SHUJUtttt KOUl fUMMOXH awaddt poos Finish For 11 House nooioipoo8 iniw hw ujoa jpi w vol fauor xo ru ttaoi mi us well natobarco hocshcatls Factory one and half blocks from Pout Ofllco on river front A hare of publlo patronage In solicited iQ CHQATE Sept 2 ly anBPPt aro a formldablo trio yet the weak person frequently has to meet all of tneni at once Howcun he overcome The nnswer Is with our COMroniro Oxtoen and ours only The count less demonstrations of 23 years war Â¬ rant this reply Our treatment Is available for home use neither need your occupation b e The value of these Interfered with features Is obvious What about your Abook of explanation and proof need Is yours to consider it asked for now- - July22 tf FRANKCHINN Frankfort Ky im Arch Street DecUUy Alfcia Drs STARKEY A PAEN- Philadelphia Pa taaawm - v s- - - 6vs K 1 7ty v rjj m n 6 s Times Are Hani F SBS IBffHFr M j Elffli III ll Eill vs v Ur fe- this If YOU I I pan nn Steel Range si 1 o can save you from 4 ni A- - are gOing tO bUy a m OH IV J -- ESPl f- r- IgTigrEfl In the first cost CaU and see my line be- - y Vi -- X - - BUCKLEY - C 4H m f - - - - RELIGIOUS The Fine Fruit of Wnsliingtori thought that the amount left on L B MARSHALL V A Bfc LV- - ft 6i - lor the pastor will conduct the usual October 19 1893 I services to morrow morning at 11 Editor Roundabout and at 730 p in The accompanying letter from Sunday school at 930 a m in the our old friend which you will please chapel publish recalls to mind some of the descriptions of fruit and fruit Christian Church Rev George growing in the new state of Wash Darsie preaches at 11 and 730 as ington which I attempted to give usual you while there particularly that Two Vital Morning Subject Good Sa relating to a certain variety of Night subject Needs blackberry indigenous to that maritanism A gentleman Young Peoples Society of Chris country and soil in Olympia showed me one of tian Endeavor in the lecture room at these vines from wjiich he told 650 Rev George Darsie leaves for told me he had that year gathered Covington next Monday to assist the 32 gallons of as fine fruit as ever The common blackberry Fourth Street Christian Church of grew city in a protracted meeting also grows to perfection there that Such stories seem incredible He will be absent two weeks This nevertheless they are true particular variety of blackberry Catholic Church The usual services at the Church of the Good grows after the fashion of a honey Shepherd to morrow will be con- suckle or grape vine and is an ducted by Rev Father W E Gorey evergreen The one I saw couldnt have been less than 50 tr 6b feet the pastor The date of Mr Low mass at 8 a m Figh mass in length Nicols letter you will observe is at 10 a m and vespers at 330 p m October nth and he says straw Methodist Church Rev H G berries are in the market grown Henderson the pastor will preach at there Think of it The latitude of 11 a m and 730 p m the spot he designates is not less school meets at 030 a m Sunday than 70 or 80 miles further north The Epworth League will convene than Quebec in Canada These In the class room at 7 oclock are interesting facts and are worth A country that will knowing First Presbyterian Church produce strawberries from May to Rev J McOlusky Blayney D D will October and blackberries from occupy his pulpit to morrow at 11 a June to January is surely a grand zn and 730 p m one This is something which Thn Ynuncr PeoDles Society of California even cannot do while Christian Endeavor will meet in the Washington can grow all and as Lecture Room at 645 p m You are fine as California can invited I have weighed single plums in Olympia gathered in the yards Episcopal Church Rev R L there weighed four ounces apiece McOready the rector will con- I have seen pears so large iat duct the regular services to morrow when they fell from the tree they morning at 11 oclock and at 730 p would burst wide open on striking m the ground sound pears at that I am proud to know that I own Southern Presbyterian Church a home on Puget Sound and it No services to morrow will not be long if 1 live until I go there improve my property The Wires Up and try handat fruit growing I asked Jim Nicol while he was All the wires for the street arc here not long ago why he didnt lights are now up the engine and tell something more of that boiler were shipped this week and country than he did and his reply the lamps are expected in a few was that he was afraid the people days The bed for the engine has wouldnt believe him but perhaps is been built and everything is in the editor of the Roundabout readyto believe almost anything readiness to set up the boiler and since he saw the Washinington engine as soon as they arrive exhibit at the Worlds Fair D Meade Woodson The company already have a dy namo on hand of sufficient volt Seattle Washington 1 all light power to furnish October nth 1893 J necessary and it is expected that D M Woodson Esq Frankfort the light can be turned on the Ky streets by the middle of next Dear Sir I saw the party who month owns the 40 acres near Seattle that He I spoke to you about New Commissioner promised to write you in reI went out to gard to it Mr Ben T Farmer having see some fruit grown within two been appointed Deputy Collector miles of the place I mentioned To give you an idea of has resigned his position as a to you the quantity grown on trees which member of the Board of Comwere quite small I will tell you missioners of the Feeble minded the number of pounds plucked Institute and Gov Brown has ap- from one tree of yellow plums pointed Mr Phil H Carpenter to The owner had taken when I was there over 400 pounds and I fill the vacancy Â¬ Baptist Church Rev W 0 Tay- Â¬ Frankfort Ky Â¬ the tree was a big crop prune trees that were actually breaking down under their loads As to apples I do not of fruit I ever saw finer in color or think shape - I saw one blackberry bush or vine that had 20 gallons taken off and has as many more Strawberries are in the market Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a Real estate bought sold or leased grown lure and sell at 12J cents share of the insurance patronage line of both city and country property for sale at all times a box When I began to look into A good the Iruit raising I was astonished OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET to see the amount and quality that could be raised from such small trees The place I spoke to you ROOMS FOR RENT about is better adapted to raising the fruits spoken of than the place I OF10U TURNPIKF where I saw the trees in bearing POSSESSION GIVEN to ON THE11 FIRST OF A FARM 2 miles ACRES ON GOOD This proper road urecn m from Frankrort jura u Apply A November ty has the usual necessary Improvements and Co Hoping the above may be of Washington street orL B Marshall would make a good dtlry or stock farms It Is very desirably located and Is In an excellent some benefit to you neighborhood I am yours truly Jas W Nicol I RAINES saw L B MARSHALL CO t n ifj fm Real Estate and Insurance Ags 3 m v1 FOR SALE m i Â¬ FORSALE m Â¬ T TnHiiAnrMi aJw 8 MILES riii rvrrlat A FARM OF 100 125 OB 150 ACRE3 and to fruit Avoca Nebraska 50 cent bottles for with from Frankrort on a good turnpike road Â¬ residence tenement houses stock sale by J W tiayie bacco barns apple orchard and other necessary I consider Chamberlains Cough rooms and rooms Remedy a speoifio for croup It is dence of 6necessarya tenement of fourThis land Is Improvements other 253 ACRES 8 FROM very pleasant to take which 1b one all a high state of cultivation the Improvements A FARM OF on a good turnpikeMILES with a In Frankfort road of the most important requisites are In One condition and In order to make a resldence of rooms 2 tenement Tiousos 2 to Â¬ bacco and stock barns beside- - all other neces Â¬ where a cough remedy is intended quick sale will be offered at a bargain sary Improvements All of the Improvements for use among children I have known Including the fencing on this pr perty ira new of cases of croup where 1 know the and In tlrst class condition Tbjs farm has a quuntlty of flue tobacco land and would also maki life of a little one was saved by the a first class stock farm It also hns a young use 91of Chamberlains Cough Rempeach orchard of a thousand trees besides other T Â¬ 210 FARM Frankfort on a A FINEroadmilesOFfrom ACRES Is FINELY good cated 8 a brick resi upon fltilch there turnpike Lo Â¬ FORSALE FOR SALE FOR J3A LE r ZEB Improvements This land Is mostly In timber aiM grass and will make a good tobacco or stock farm It Is offered at a bargain Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TDRNPIKE The funniest of all domestic A FRM 3OF 136 ACRES ON GOOD This proper road miles frcm Frankfort ty has moderate Improvements but Is well lo is Zeb that is to be comedies cated Is In a good elghborhiod and would make presented at the Opera House RESIDENCE OF COL J STODDARD a very desirable home THE on Snelby October 30th and if all promises Mrs L B Longmoor street now occupied by Possession given about are verified it will be a fitting at 1st of December FOR SALE traction for theatre goers of Frankfort to turn out en masse OF FIVE ACRES WITH Zeb is a new comedy and en A GARDEN FARM rooms and other Improve residence of He 12 ACRES WELL IM ments at Thorn Hill This property will be sold FARM tirely original in every particular A GARDEN located OF a good turnpike road a at a bargain on proved miles from Frankfort The scenes are laid within a short distance of Muncie Indiana and every character in the piece has FOR RENT an original in the territory men- OF THREE ROOMS tioned The scenery both interiors A FRAME by COTTAGE on Shore street South 160 feet lot 50 A FRAME COTTAGE OF SEVEN ROOMS ON South simill To a desirable party and exteriors has been painted Sidecash could arrange towith a on easyamount goiKlConway street weure Side This property Is in weekly repair and authorized to rent It at sell of per month In payments from mo els near Muncie fact the good people near by will Mr Young be given a boom has written the author of Zeb a very pretty story a little dramatic in places but largely given He lived near over to comedy Muncie for the purpose of becoming acquainted with their little pe culiarities He also made a study of the characters which he has drawn Among other senfor the stage b kbw kkte lk H sible things that Zeb does is to visit Chicago where he becomes jjnnWHiiliMKimi a shining mark for Clark street sharpers t play there will Incidental to the I be presented a number of excelWe intend keeping goods moving if good goods and low prices will lent musical and dancing features do it We are daily receiving and the celebrated Zeb Quar tette The mechanical and scenic oocLs Zeb are effects introduced in 3 newand original in one act alone 16 280 feet of is introduced scenery representing Zeb at the 5CC- - cSCC 3GC Worlds Fair riding on the mova s ble sidewalk FOR RENT FOR SALE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FOR SALE B 1G L MARSHALL CO Â¬ Â¬ t n w w Â¬ P To keepTIiTnm Moving 4 Â¬ Â¬ IFreslx O Â¬ Olrve Oilv Olrves us3axoorQs French Peas and Aspaxagrus Edam and Pine pple and Oieam Cheese r m r Karls Clorer Root the new Blood of Oysters and Purifier gives freshness and clear Â¬ On September 30 Ave receive our first consignment goods regularly in jstock will keep nothing but best ness to the Complexion and cures For sale by W MoKee Hardio Consumption 25c 50c and 100 22 Â¬ Â¬ warranted Buys a No 1 or a Rambler with non Blipping corrugated tiros fully 20 Roberta agent JAS HEENET THE SO UTH SIDE GR OCER iSS4 Eespectf ULlly yi ttii u AJ n 1 ir STOCK OF A rW ffl fr Preparatory to Changing Our Location WIE TKTIXjX DISPOSE OIF1 TITall and will SAVE THEM CT7IS iJ - o And i 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 I fr General Hardware and Wall Paper Harness Whips Leather Lead L 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 C E by M A COLLINS The Street Railroad Opposite the Farmers Bank ft Matrimonial The Machinery Moved In Vernon The machinery purchased Clark Strode Mr L Clark of this city and Miss A the State from the Mason Foard Kate Strode of Winchester were Company has been paid for married at the Baptist Church in moved back into the prison is that city on Wednesday evening being rapidly set up and it is ex at 730 oclock Rev Richard pected that the chair factory will A special soon be in full operation employ- Â¬ French officiating train was run from this city over ing six hundred of the idle conThe business management the Kentucky Midland to Win- Â¬ victs chester for the occasion and car- Â¬ of the factory has been turned ried up about forty invited guests over to Maj H S Hale State The bride and groom returned to Treasurer by the balance of the this city with theparty and have board of Sinking Fund Commis- Â¬ taken rooms with Miss Sallie Jack- sioners and he will select experienc- Â¬ son on Shelby street ed men to superintend and conduct The groom is a member of the the same It h proposed to run insurance firm of Hensley Clark the factory upon the- - same lines Co and one of the most popu- that the Mason Foard Co did and lar young men in the city while there is no reason that the State the bride is a handsome and ac- Â¬ should not make money out of it t m complished young lady who was Xieave Extended quite a belle in her native city and Mr Clark is to be congratu- Â¬ Capt Sam M Swigert 2d U upon capturing so fair a S Cavalry who with his family lated prize has been visiting relatives here for Those who attended pronounce several weeks has had his leave the wedding a beautiful and en- extended ono month and will not joyable affair have to return to his post of duty Amman Peck Mr Nick Am at Fort Lavenworth Kansas until man of this city and Miss the 28th of next month He has Johanna Peck of Midway were been enjoying himself t greatly married Tuesday afternoon at the here fishing and visiting old residence of Mr Alex Schneider friends was loth to leave so soon Rev J and asked for an extension of his on Washington street McClusky Blayney D D offici Â¬ time which was granted Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 The loop in the track of the street railroad from the corner of Second and Shelby out Second to Murray south on Murray to Todd and in Todd to Shelby has been completed and most of the poles for the wires have been put up on that side of the river The track is now being laid from the VIA PICTURESQUE MACKINAC YOUR LAST CHANCE north end of the road on the SECURE YOUR TICKETS EARLY Avoid the heat and dust by traveling Lewis into the U mo Xluuuu j aiavca ji vuu wtaum Ferry pike ASK AGENTS FOR RATES premises of the George T Stagg I Cleveland Steam Navigation Company tl Two new steel passenger steamers havo T P A - - JUNCTION CiTT KT Distilling Company and the work iust been built for this IJpperLalio route JdLEITH AOKNT - - - LXXINQTON KT 8 T SWIFf 300000 each on the power house is going costingtno grandest and nro guaranteed W C RINEARSON G P A - - CINCINNATI O largest safest and to be steadily along and it is expected fastest steamers on tho Lakes speed 0 between that everything will be ready to milcB per hour running timo less than Cleveland Toledo and Chicago TiLKE TjHIE- 50 hours Four trips per week between start the cars as soon as the Sr Toledo Detroit Alpena Mackinac Petos Clair street bridge is completed key and Chicago Daily trips between Detroit and Cleveland during When that will be the Almighty August double daily Bervicevrlll July and bo main and King Bridge Company only tamed giving a daylight rido across Late Erie Dally servlco between Cleveland know First class stateroom and The Direct and Popular Line to J -- GREAT REDUCTION ALL ALONG THE LINE Elijah Young who caught the THE RATES TO CHICAGO ARE ball from Allie Stones pistol LOWER THAN EVER which was intended for a dog The Queen Crescent Route AND LOUISVILLE SOUTHERN R R near Peaks Mill several weeks ago died Sunday night from the SPECIALLY LOW RATES effects of the Wound after weary FOR days of intense suffering School Children Attendants TO THEGBEAT WHITE CITY THE LAKE ROUTE TO THE WORLDS FA The Wound Proved Fatal MONON ROUTE Put-In-Ba- y Â¬ After the ceremony the bridal party repaired to the home of the brides parents in Wood ford county where an elegaut reception was held and the young people danced until a late hour C Rogers Sanders Mr J Rogers of Wichita Kansas and Miss Kate Sanders of this city were quietly married Thursday afternoon at 230 oclock at the residence of the brides father Sam Sanders on Ann Capt street Rev J McClusky Blayney Only the im D D officiating family and a few friends mediately of the bride were present and shortly after the ceremony the happy couple i left over the Midland for their future home in Kan ating A Uucky Guess Miss Ruby Macklin of this city won the fifth prize in the of reB4ies Dr Hales Hooseheld Vestibuled Trains Couffk Cure to alter tfe first irrita Dining Car Services caused byaoeM Boafctlrink carriage containipg Mrs Jno tion can fix p sometkins jmei as A you rood Palace Chair Cars C Rufer and her sister Miss whea sr Mays oaakavt Pullman Buffet Sleepers Addie Schroeder and Miss Almira the resvlt f jmnet praotfeeand Johnson was run into yesterday experisaee omdM ki naktaj tkis yreaarati liilasilj tfcfc t Par morning near the corner of Fourth sale by P M QaMaHism And Only First Classs Accommodations 4 For Further Information Address and Chestnut streets by an electric tial equipment the luxury of tho appoint Â¬ ments makes traveling on theso steamers The following from the Courier thoroughly - enjoyable Send for illus Â¬ ASchantz Journal of Tuesday will be of trated namnhlet coAddress A oieam xiav if A Detroit liieveina interest to the manv friends Miss Co Detroit Mich Adelaid Schroeder made in this Put MoMy in Tky Fane city during the time she was a teacher in our Public School How Save doctors bills Always They will also be jlad to learn keep on hand a bettle of that finest v- Miss Schroeder Hurt accommodations and menu and exceed ingly low Round Trip Rates Tho pala Â¬ Â¬ CHICAGO And all Points NORTH and WEST i that she escaped Berjos injury frao Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ sas groom is a prosperous young business man of Wichita and the bride one of the most popular young ladies in the city While standing before the offidiat inCininister they were pronounced one of the handsomest couples who have united their lives in this The bride city in a long time has been for several years organist at the First Presbyterian Church and as last Sunday closed her services as such a special programme of music was rendered in her honor at the morning service The bridal present of the congre gaton to her was a handsome clock She also received numerous other beautiful and useful presents from her friends Â¬ Â¬ The wakeful wretched nights are to me and I am bo tired darling the pain Sherman Dallas Fort Worth will never be better It Is not easy to Austin or Houston take my own life but I have been Wedded 50 Years sick so long Goodbye my husband This Is the This Ib one I love you your wife that Mr Bendict Farmer and wife of the thousands Miles1 givoB up in CHEAPEST AND BEST ROUTE Restorative stead of using Dr of Farmdale this county were Nervine and being speedily cured of No change of cars to Wuayle their wretchedness married fifty years ago on Thurs- Â¬ and get an elegantuoto J and trial book 6 Montgomery Mobile Memphis day of last week the 19th inst bottle free Â¬ Cincinnati Commercial Gazettes guessing contest The point was to guess the exact attendance at the Worlds Fair last week and she came within 47 of the correct number for which she received an approximate prize of a round trip ticket from Cincinnati to Chicago over the Big Four road and ten dollars with which to pay ex penses while there Â¬ Miss Johnson and Miss car Schroeder were thrown out of the si carriage and slightly injured The rear part of the carriage was The quick and direct route from struck by moter car 274 The shock threw Miss Johnson and Louisville to Arkansas and Texas Miss JohnMiss Schroeder out One hundred and Dfty miles son was the worst hurt receiving a cut on her head SHORTEST TO LITTLE ROCK 8ho Committed Suicide And tbe only route Â¬ luniui 1 1 S L Bryant C P A W G Crush D Pi L LOUISVILLE KY OR Jas Barker L G P A Chicago 111 N TIME TABLE O Cone at Paris left this WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS My husband Forgive me if I cause you trouble but I suffer so If jou are going to emigrate to You do not know what these long letter Mr F iff eat npon the L The following tine fc N table is now hi road TBAIM8 WIST No 17 leaven Frankfort No 21 leaves Frankfort No 19 leaves Frankfort TBAINBKABT No28leavesFrankfort 960 a m 300 pm 735 pm 550 am No 30 mixed train fort No 18 Â¬ No 20 leaves Frankfort No 24 arrives Frankfort No 22 leaves Frankfort leaves Frankfort leaven Frank Â¬ 600 a m 1016 They did not celebrate their gold en anniversary but came to this city and had their photographs taken for their children but this did not prevent their friends from extending congratulations as soon asit was known they had passed the fiftieth milestone of their married life Cloaks Cloaks We have just opened a very at tractive Btook of Indies and misses cloakb with the stylish Worth Co lumbus and Franklin capes and collars Come and see them Sam D Johnson Co and New Orleans Â¬ For further Information address No 20 will stop at Anchorage and Christiausburg for passengers for Lexington and points beyond Nob 23 17 and 21 oonneot at Lagraage Nor 23 and 21 oonneot or Cincinnati it Anchorage for Bloomfleld Branch 443 p m 635 p m 855 pm am Â¬ Â¬ O P LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY II CFTA Scientific Americas Aflflwy Chesapeake new Ohio Ry Dress Goods We have all the latest effects in rough goods now so fashionable Go Sam D Johnson 4 i forg mi mimmiL and U mmm- - TON BOSTON Eastern Cities lloveiiuc Appointments It is Hosiery Hosiery Vh Shortest K A pretty well settled that the black cotton hose Every pair WAR Â¬ RANTED FAST Sam D Johnson Co We sell the celebrated onyx dye MVUBHa t T SSSSSTCT wm my gentlemen will receive appointments as revenue officers under Collector Shelby from this county Thomas Rod Store keepers R H Whittington man jr Will French Robert Frazier Jake For Sale or Rent My house Cox George B Thomson Robt on West Main street at present B Haydon and Chas occupied by Col Corbetts family Phillips C Stephens Possession given immediately Gauger Howerd Gaines Mrs W B Rodman 52 tf following iV Line between LOUISVILLE LEXINGTON and EASTERN POINTS Time card In effect Nov 1st XABT BOUND 1892 DESIGN TRADE MARKS OAVKATS Kid Gloves Kid Gloves Handbook writa to KHwI5iJn- 881 BroadwayTnbw YORK MUNN A COfor securing patents Oldest COPYRK2HTa PATINTS mtaJ Come and boo our immense stock The latest thing in Suede afrd Glace All the new colors with large pearl tbe poollo bureau in America Kvery patent taken out by us la brought before by a notice given tree oX charge in tbe buttons fricuttfic Sam D Johnson Co Millinery Millinery Our stock this season is unusually beautiful and artistic Come and see us before buying Goods shown with pleasure Sam D Johnson Co Largest circulation of ear sctsotlflo paper la the Splendidly Illustrated HonBtellli world t man noma oe wunout it weeklr m yeart ILfiOslx rapntbs Address MUNNA OO ruaustuM sx iuuwmji nnr aocKUiy gmtim Tut Lve Lexington 7 15 A v Atlanta Ixpreis No 22 dally Midland Accom No 26 dally ex Sun 11 40a x Kxpreu No 24 dally Vestibuled 615r K Ut8terlingAocom No 28 dally ex Sun650r u Arr Lexington Lexington Accom No 27 dally ex Sun 8 00 a m Louisville Expreu No 21 daily 1246 pm Lexington Accom No 26 dally exSun416 r M Vestibuled Kxpren No 20 dally 615 pm F olid Vestibuled Trains it lth Dining Cars Through Sleepers from Lexington te New York without change No Bus transfers G W BARNXY WXST BOUND cuted at this office Job work neatly exe Â¬ HW IOLLKR denl Fmi Art WaihlrnrtoaT D P A Lexington Ky A AWt CBRYAN tmetnaMT ras mw 8 HHM VTpvYnrv4V-r--7uir-TftWeyHTp- J n j v vr CRUTCHER EVERYBODY g Can STARKS DONT You MISS IF YOU DONT Have an tno doc- - M HERE IT IS 5 ftfc of our D B flf ksZZ vL B hnveone new And no Sack chant i JfL V Suits hun- - them prices IRPra BlfiBSMra KlWHftSfeHIS SO SBSM illsaH llSSSs2lSlP i4liilsSMslk cvtM AVN1 fSV OsJ A mer- - JLjy JF7F V I uTl JIh j J yRMr vm Ulster or an m m tailor duce a II l Kw Seeing We have can pro- - dreds of hand- A11 A f i V better- - P3ft VWKMifiif all ties so put the every- - BiV H3r 5ill MzSB BffiW fflalK Wbk quail- - garment Vi5JH X 1 jl Bv t somer or fitting SO X AA 0 S MflL HH s I J V our new the un Sack maygGt coats of man inconB0 DB Over- - I dL VkSfo J I a I tf3 VS - S O W I l as to these I Ml H M than We show I cut long lish Wo them in New and Materi landSty them in some 20 V I ri L They are ing- gar- - Pilis Mm wW K PiMl lltfiRy Wfl H- reach of materi- body the lead- - f I liyjJ -- different ale all in this s 10 I Pf JL 7 have a11 Boards 1 lKililfflHHkaHP SrlWWWI8 liipifwlllI jSHBB UBUtk thPrice WKBCTI KKKjUiSSk Ulsfcers HsiHA iflHHlSHA HKI dortaker quonce are com- - frr R the j s 11 I J Leading defies a ais- - made beauti- I I n ful three J L ments button 8eason J Cutaway Price8 this JSi 1200 22 00 18 Frock I Jis 1500 2200 18 CO III I 171 T I i l I lister iu I MBtaajEtlJ lSl3HllE NlflHHi BrSSHBWWI HHEHH KlnflBBK HMiaHOraHB MmWrmF nothing blizzard honest fVo s if 1 have at v mi SI 600 S800 grooo oo 2000 1500 1000 2000 Slioes 2500 Gf 500 700 1000 1200 2000 2500 lB 1500 ll 400 500 600 tl M HK- - - 3Z3 1500 up to 800 1000 2000 1200 See Window for Hats and Shoes See Our Winflow Display Hats We show a great line Fall and Spring weight Overcoats 500 to 1500 HI j The Best Jeans Pants for 100 Bold Everywhere for 150 Best Doeskin Jeans Pants 125 Sold Everywhere for 175 GRUTGHER JSuccess of tlic Country Mb power for portraying strong Newburo Sept 9 At the Academy e notion and thunders of applause to night The Country Squire by accompanied him as he retired from Ohas A Krone with Archie Bojd in t le scene to return to his far awav thft titln role closed its first nerform- - h jme in Missouri The last act is nnce for the benefit of the Elks The ocupicd in solving the problems and iouso was tilled to its utmost ca- onflicts of the story and here the pacity and if laughter and applause versatility of Mr Boyd came into are a criterion Mr Boyd and his fall play in the different scenes of play have scored a hit The plot the lovers whose troubles he is to though somewhat complicated but right thH compulsory reformation of full of humorous and pathetic situa- the millionaire and the meeting cf tions develops by degress intoa his brother who has arrived from clear and comprehensive whole It New York This last feature iB done makes no pretensions either in lan in a novel and attractive style The guage or plot to rank with the higher large farm bell is tolled singers It strike up Home Again class of domestic literature and a le merely ciaims to be an American union of the Tobias family takes domestic drama dealing with better place elements of family life in a natural A letter arrives solving the mystery and moral manner and of such we of Ills sons existence and the parentare glad to say its claim is indisput- age of the orphans he has ridopted able His cup of bliss is full and the song The general tone of it seems to re- of Auld Lang Syne by the comsemble a picture alone in crayon pany ends this most interesting where boldly out lined characters play represent a clover composition whose Mr Boyd has gained another vicprincipal object is to give a true copy tory With his talents reputation of the original The Bcenes are rich and happy knack of utilizing what throughout in varied incidents and ever is natural and fit for the deI I STARKS 4 3 fli Squire he has not seen for twenty years or LOUIS VIIIE TOBACCO MAR Here Mr Boyd shows more KET PUBNI8HBD BY GLOVER Â¬ Tlie New South and tlic Worlds Fair ANNOUNCEMENTS Â¬ I Â¬ No section of the country East Wft are a North or West is taking a greater in- Â¬ candidate authorized to announce L J COX as of for re election as Representative LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE county In the next Legislature subject Sales on our market for the week terest in the Worlds Fair at present Iranklln 44 tt than that portion south Mason to the action t f theDamocratlc party just closed amount to 2869 hhds with and Dixons line lying typicalofSouth- Â¬ ana receipts for the same period of 784 erners easily distinguishable in the For hhds Sales on our market since Jan- Â¬ immense throng by the graceful We ar authorized Senator Hon W W to announce uary 1st amount to 113010 hhds Sales military bearing STEPHENSON candidate of the gentlemen for benator fromor HercorTounty as a to the ac this of the crop of 1892 on our market to and the rare beauty of the ladies are tion ot the Djmocratlodistrict subject pirtv this date amount to 114360 hhds June 3 te We have had another week of to be met in great numbers on the DURRETT Â¬ For Representative M Â¬ large sales and prices have remained practically unchanged The sales for the week embrace several hhds of now hurley the highest price realized being 1425 The range of prices realized for 1893 crop burley up to date are very much below the opening prices for new burley a year ago Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ closely connected with the plot with the exception of the second act which decribes the adventures and mishaps of the Squire while at Washington to recover a war claim This act or interlude rather though loosely connected with the plot is not essential to the main action but as it is replete with inno Â¬ cent comicalities it is no serious fault in the work especially as it is thn Rnn rnn nf an much amusement Mr Archie Boyd who for the past four years has been identified with Joshua Whitcomb cave an un commonly line rendition of the Squire and made an impression in the burley Missourian that will be From his first long remembered entrance with the refactory calf to the scene with the orphan waifs at the spring was a series of humorous and pathetic home pictures and in the closing of the sunset scene be- Â¬ ginning with the monologue Across the river on the golden shore Ill meet them thar the subdued and almost traglo tone ot his voice seemed to blend with the wag of the We home returning harvesters must compliment Mr L W Seavey an artist of New York for the excel- Â¬ lent manner in which he has realized the spirit of this scene by his beauti- Â¬ ful painting of an upland prairie farm In the interlude Mr Boyd proved as comical as ho had been pathetio in the provioua act and elicited shouts of laughter in the ficeno with Jackson the detective whom he takes for a rogue the ludos with the kodak the sprinkling cart o In the third aot in the ball room scono ho quarrols with his brother a New York merchant whom i lineation of his home spun charac Â¬ ters with an excellent company of players who do full justice to their parts a bund ot smpors so oincient that they become an essential part of the play and the beautifnl scenery painted by Mr Seavey among which are notable the farm and tiie Patent Office in Washington City and all this under the direction of Mr Chapman a well known and successful manager wo see no reason why Mr Boyd and his interesting play should not succeed At least wo hope it will both for the sake of the actor and the play and wo trust ore long we The shall have a repetition of Country Squire The Country Squire will open his court at the Opera House iiv the near future Â¬ The following quotations fairly rep- Â¬ resent our market for burley to- Â¬ bacco 1892 crop Trash dark ordamaged 4 50 4 00 tobacco 5 50 Common Colory trash 4 50 Mediumvo good colory 7 50 5 50 trash 5 50 Common lugs not colory 4 50 7 50 5 50 Common Colory lugs Medium to good colory 7 50 8 50 lugs 9 00 Common to medium leaf 8 00 9 00 14 00 Medium to good leaf 14 000 16 00 Good to fine leaf Select wrappery styles10 00 26 00 During my term of service in the army I contracted chrxnic diarrhooa says A E Bending of Halsey Oregon Since then I have used a groat amount of medicine but when I found any that would give me relief they would injure my stomach until Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy was brought to my notice I used it and will say it is the only remedy that gave me permanent relief and no bad results follow For sale by J W Gayle Â¬ Jno A Middlcton and B B Ross make a sale of choice Jersey That a large percentage of deathi in Cattle at Shelby ville Ky ThursSend this country are caused by consump- Â¬ day November 2 1893 tion and lung trouble A little cold for catalogues 8 it neglected in the beginning often terminates in consumption Every time Bucklous Arnica Snlvc you cough you increase the trouble and an inflammation is soon started which 1b difficult to control There The best salvo in the world for Outs SOUTH TRIMBLE Forks of KlkhornKy is one remedy that cures quickly Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum aus2G tf MiJoB Norvo and Liver Pills every kind of cough That is Dr Fever Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Â¬ Chilblains Hales Household Cough Cure It it tions and Corns and all Skin Eruppositively cures Files or Act on a new principle regulating the best Are you not entitled to the It is guaranteed to the liver stomach and bowels thouch beat For sale at 25 and 50c a bottle no pay required give satisfaction or money refunded the nerves A new discovery Dr 2 Oaupenters drug store at For sale by Miles Pills speedily oure biliousness Price 25 centos per box persons having claims against J 0 Suters 8 ly bad tasto torpid liver piles constipa- Â¬ Phil Carpenter deceased estate will pleasecome forward be VOn DYSPEPSIA tion Splendid for men women and tween now and March 1 1894 with claims prop Indication and Stomach disorders UVo all for Sale or Rent My dwelling ohildron Smallest mildest suroBt erly proven andcomepersons Indebted to tho esÂ¬ JiKOYVNH IRON 1HTTJ4IIS forward nnd settle All dealers keep It SI per bottlo Gonulne has house on Ami street 50 doses for 25 cents Samples free at tate will please J M WILLIAMS Admr trade mark and crowed red lines on wrapper J T Buckley J W Gaylos Frankfort Ky 45 ly SWAixowmu Oct 2 1803 Oct J Un tf Do You Know Â¬ Â¬ Exposition grounds in the corridors Fdr Police Judge of the leading hotels and at the various social gatherings in the We re authorize I to announce W HERN DON as a cm lldate for Polh Judge of the City Worlds Fair City of Frankfort subject to the action of the Demo-Â¬ To a large extent the success of cratic party the Fair depends upon the Southern people the Board of Managers ex- For Superintendent of Public pect hundreds of thousands of peo- Â¬ Schools ple from South of the Ohio river to utnorized to announce SIIs LUCY attend the Exposition and from P IT riE hsu candidate for -- uperlntjndent of Public SalionU for present indications they will not bo the action of the Franklin county subject to Democratic party disappointed The railroads are Au 26 to making extensive preparations to take caro of the people and their For City Marslml comfort enrouto is fully assured Wo rira authorized to announce B H TESTERS The Big Four Route which is the as n candid ite for re election to tho onice of City only line making connection in Cen Marshal uubject to the action of the Democratic tral Union Station Cincinnati with party G throucrh trains of the E T V KOULIRTGLORE Queen Orescent Route Louisville J TTAYLOR Nashville R R Kentucky Central Ry and Chesapeake Ohio Ry Naturally forms the popular outlet for TAYLOR ft Southern travel and to accommodate the business five elegant vestibulod trains with parlor cars sleeping cars dining cars and elegant coaches are run daily from Cincinnati jto Chicago Btonping at Midway Plaisance th Maln Entrance to the Worlds Fair prepared to do all kinds of 00th St Hyde Park 51st St 39th St ARE antf brickwork on short 22dSt and running into the new notice and in the best style 12th St Station on the Lake Front All the Worlds Fair hotels and PRICES - REASONABLE boarding houses aro located adjacent to the Big Four stations and passon- - I Oct 21 3ni ers avoid the fong via the popular line aoross tho tiresome transfer city necessary by all other lines from W Oinoinnati There is positively no other line landing passengers at the stations named and as it affords in Will practice in aft State Courts Of addition to the comfort and con- Â¬ ice second floor Custom House venience a great saving of time and expense allthe South who contem- a trip to tho Worlds Fair should Sheep for Sale e sure to ask for tickets via the Big Four Route For Jull information address D B T HAVE FOR BALE 100 HEAD OF FIRST which MARTIN General Passenger Agent X class ewes few I will selCon rtx months Shropshire and South Down time Also a Oinoinnati will sell cheap bucks that I Â¬ ht Tre Â¬ SIM C01TTEACT0ES J CHIP JR m M V 3 rfll NOTIQEi Â¬ Â¬ tAk OJ Ti 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