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Digital page images are linked to the text file. nllMVrfl TjnPWfflTr Sw wflWW I The GEO A Frankfort Roundabout A WEEKLY PAP ERr DE VOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS 3 D LEWS Publisher TERMS 100 In Advance NO 9 fOL XVII Cmmcll Proceedings - FRANKFOET KY members of the council were present The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved Petition of Chas J Marks asking for a license to peddle weinerwurst was granted The license was placed at SO The ordinance for paving gutter ing and curbing the east side of Wilkinson from Mero to Hill had its second reading and was adoptÂ¬ SATURDAY NOVEMBER 4 1893 Highest of all in Leavening Power A Pu ruble on Tobacco Dear reader by the mercies of God let me ask you to give the following parable your prayerful Latest U S Govt Report Friday October 27 1893 Â¬ if - 4 r B - i1 i smoke of that torment ascendeth forever and forever And the cultivation thereof became a mighty business in the earth and the merchants and speculators waxed rich thereby And it came so pass that the saints of the Most High defiled themselves therewith even the poor who could not buy bread nor shoes nor religious newspapers Mr Jno E Miles moved that nor school books for their little the Mayor be instructed to write ones Would spend money for the to Prof Nelson requesting him to filthy plant and chew and spit appear before the council and givte while their families suffered And in relation to the St information the Lord was greatly displeased Wherefore therewith and said Clair street bridge at an adjourned do you spend your money for thai meeting to be held Monday night which satisfieth not and whereAdopted fore this waste And why do The bond of the Street Railway these little ones lack bread and Company was received and reshoes and your families do without religious papers and your children ferred to the finance committee have no school books Turn now and City Attorney your tobacco fields into corn and A communication was received wheat and cotton and put this unBro in from T J Congleton clean thing from you and be ye relation to the sidewalk torn away separate and defile not yourselves then I will bless you and cause my by the Street Railway Company Cleveland and make an investigaBut face to shine upon you Mr McClure moved that the snuffthe chewers and dippers and Engineer notify the company to tion to satisfy themselves in relaWe ers unanimously exclaimed and did chewthereof replace the above sidewalk at once tion to the matter cannot cease from chewing and Mr Watson moved that the And some that chewed thereof dipping and snuffing and puffing according to their contract city clerk make out bill against it made sick at the stomach and and sneezing and spitting we are Adopted others it made their heads to ache Afpetition was received from Howard Gaines and securities for and still othors to spew and vomit slaves hall rent rnd repairs and give John L Jones asking a rebate most filthily but for all this they Dr Hales Household Ten Referred to finance same to Marshal for collection continued to chew thereof on taxes Adopted And it came to pass that those lis a pleasant herb drink which posi committee J Work was then resumed on the who continued to chew became tively cures dyspepsia liver com- The report of City Engineer yuq evceerlinrrlv unmanlv and exclaim PnMn nuu an Kiuney uiHetwes flnpa ln fifcnn nt hod fimo - w was received in relation to a sewer election and salary ordinance J liWT are J cannot uose vve 25 and oO cent per cnsiuvcu tuu the business Mr J E Miles moved that the ea on Wilkinson and Hill streets to package Get it to day at P H Oar- cease from chewing And the mouths of all who penters drug store cost about 34 The matter was matter of salary for city tax colfv ance com- were enslaved became exceeding Referred to a committee composed lector be referred to Cheek Found of the members from the Third mittee to be reported back to ly filthy and foul insomuch that they were seized with a violent Tf one ol tht firm ol council Adopted Ward spitting and they did spit even in The matter of Marshals salary Goins will call at this office thev A report was also received from ladies nnrlors and on their floors the City Engineer in relation to was referred to work house com and carpets and being wholly will find a check for 63 65 nude the grade on the east side of Wil- mittee to be reported back to abandoned to the use of the plant payable to their order and in- they even invaded the sacred pre dorsed by them which was pickkinson street from Mero to Hill council The salary of the Chief of Fire cincts of the house of the Lord ed up on the street by a colored and recommending that the pave- Department was placed at 200 and there with prayers oh their man ment be six feet wide lips and tobacco in their mouths After a few remarks from Col tier annum they sang and prayed and preach On motion of Mr Swigert the ed and chewed and spurted the Drive them L E Harvie on motion of Mr away the aches pains weaknesses Watson the property owners were old scale of wages was adopted filthy juice on the floor of the and ailments that Lords house and under the pews make womans lifo directed to commence the work in for the Fire Department and against the walls and in the miserable Some The salary of the tity Engineer twenty days and finish it in thirty of them may be pulpit and did drop their quids of was placed at 50 per month serious and of days tobacco all over the floor of the The salary of the Chief of Po- house of the most high God and L theyll Mr Gray moved that the City ff perhapsneed time and pa We tience nut au 01 e Engineer be directed tov make an lice was placed at 225 per day would return home and say JF-them can certain- The salary of the police was have worshiped God to day lv be cured and corrected with Dr Pierces estimate of the cost of a 12 foot But some of the saints of the 1 avorito Prescription I pavement with a stone retaining placed at 50 per month Its a Most High were not well pleased soothing poworiul invigorating tonic and a and strengthening nervine a legiti The salary of clock keeper was with wall from Fincels corner on the such conduct but chewers mate medicine purely vegetable perfectly and cared not for any of these things harmlessneeds carefully adapted to womens north side of Second street run- placed at 75 per year delicate At tho two critical periods The council then adjourned un- and continued to chew and spit in a womans lifo tho chango from girlhood ning to and through the public the where they pleased And in the to womanhood and later and anchango of life it is a perfectly safe especially school property and Judge Dranes til last night at 730 course of time it came to pass valuable remedial agent that can produce good results property and report to the ad that this rank and filthy plant was only all female complaints irregularities For Unsolicited weaknesses Favorito Prescription is journed meeting Monday night ground into dust even the stalks and only remedy so unfailing and tho Mr J N Miles moved that the The following testimonial came to and stems and filth thereof and that it can bo guaranteed If iteffective doesnt THomas Co Adams was called snuff and it came to benefit or euro in every caso the money will us Kenyon Mayor be instructed to advertise N Y Gefitlemen For the past two bo refunded for bids for paving ordered on years I have suffered terribly with pass that ladies even beautiful what doctors call eczema During and fair ladies did make unto Steele street Adopted this time I have consulted several themselves brushes and mops and A meat store license was granted pliyaioians and used a number of dipped the same into the filth known remedies to W N Harris to open up at well reliof and Anally but could get called snuff and did put these no I was urged to give your remedies a trial I cannot filthy mops into their mouths and 100 Wilkinson street THE- say enough in praise of them At they would rub and scrub mighti A saloon license was granted I am as well as I ever was in Capt S V Pence at the Mer- present and owe my sincere thanks to ly and spit and sneeze and call my life iwether Hotel you for Dr Halos Household Oint the same dipping The council then adjourned to ment and Tea Any one doubting And again it came to pass that the sincerity of testimonial will meet again Monday night at 730 confer a favor this addressing very the leaves of the filthy plant were by oclock truly yours cunningly wrought into little round N J McNabb Leominster Mass rolls called cigars and the sons of MAIN STREET These remedies are for sale at 25 Monday October 30 1893 men did set fire to one end there 334 and 50o at P H Oawpenters drug President Milam and all the store a of and put the other end in their FRANKFORT K 1 1 The President and allUhe members of the council were present The minutes of the last meet ing were read and approved A communication was received from the Mayor enclosing letter and telegram from the King Bridge Company and telegram to Prof Nelson The communica tion also contained a report in relation to the sale of bonds an nouncing that all of the St Clair street bridge bonds had been sold and the money for 26 of them had been received and that the amount due for the remaining 24 would be received on or about November On motion of Mr Watson the communication was referred to the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ed Â¬ the finance committee asked further time in which to report on the bond of Company the Street Railway Adopted The petitions of Mrs C Heran court Miss Lilly Herancourt Jno L Jones and A H Waggoner were reported back from the finance committee with the expression that they have no jurisdiction The sale of bridge bonds by the Mayor was reported as all correct and satisfactory and the report was ordered filed Prof Nelson the Engineer in charge of the St Clair street bridge wau present and reported that the King Bridge Company were getting out the iron as rapidly as possible and that the of the work had greater portion He been completed at Cleveland suggested that a committee of the council and county court go to Mr Swigert from Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ attention Seeing that men who professed to be servants of the Most High had corrupted themselves and be come filthy and abominable a a great and wise prophet stood up and did prophesy these words of truth and soberness Then shall the kingdom of Satan be likened utito a grain of tobacco seed which though exceedingly small being cast into the earth grew exceedingly and became a great plant and spread forth its leaves rank and broad so that the huge and vile worms with thorns on them even on their tails came and formed habitations thereon and did crawl all over and leave their slime and filth thereupon And it came to pass in those days that the sons of men did look upon this rank and filthy plant and were very much enamored therewith and did think it was beautiful to behold and a plant very much to be desired to make lads big and manly And it furhter came to pass that men claiming to be nice men did put forth their hands and pulled the heads off these filthy ldoking worms and left their bodies still sticking to the tobacco leaf that the leaf might be made rich by the juice thereof and haviug cut these filthy plants and sfmbked them even with an exceeding and cured and great smoke stripped and prized and wrought the leaves thereof into curious shapes and forms and the sons of men gave gold and silver for it Â¬ Re mouths and suck mightily even as calves stick and they did look very grave and calf like and the 1 Baking Powder llullowccii A ABSOLWEDf PURE pary of young people were out Tuesday night celebrating Hallow eve by taking off yard gates changing signs c But few gates escaped them on the South Side while on the North Side one yard was whitewashed the location of a plumbers shop changed and other tricks played The perpetrators doubtless enjoyed their alleged fun but to an onlooker or a victim it was a funny kind of fun nothing new or amusing about it but a hoary haired chestnut Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ JVW Gayle bottle of Chamberlains Cough Rem Â¬ edy It is a certain cure for croup and has never been known to fail If given freely as soon as the croupy cough appears it will prevent the atÂ¬ tack It is the sole reliance with thousands of mothers who have croupy children and never disap- Â¬ points them There is no danger in giving this Remedy in large and fre-Â¬ quent doses as is contains nothing injurious 50 cent bottles for sale by If so you should never be without a Are your children subject to croup ygfeflSl HARTSTEINS dress goods sale one week ionger nlul tho rices wlu be the 8ame a advertised last week and if you want to save ab least 25 per cent come early before they are pick- ed over I will also put on sale for CK uns weeK 0Uly - uuie aml flgurod calico wmppers at 85Cj for mer price 100 and 25 same patterns heavier material for 110 former price 125 Another new lot of fine satin damask towels on the cheap tnble at 25c worth 36 and 40c good and dont hold on to your money so tight nnu be treezing all winter but come as quick as you can and get a good pair of blankets and a comfort the outfit for 200 Great values can now be had in blankets and comforts 50 pair of blankets vere received mst weeK anu prices are astonisningiyiow To the Gentlemen Of Frankfort Franklin and adjoin Â¬ ing counties and to till whom it may concern You may aot think for a moment that a fancy goods and no tion house would be likely to keep a large and elegant line of gents fur nishing goods but such is the case here I Keep everything in your lino Elegant merrino underwear at 80c 90c and 100 a suit English balbrigan at 160 and 200 a suit all wool red flannell at 150 a suit ail wool red flanriell T S shirts and drawers very fine tho best made at S240 a suit Wrights Hygienic health un Â¬ derwear Interstico at 180 a suit and all other kinds in fancy colors and delicate shades Laundried and unlnundried shirts collars and cuffs hi hose in the very best cotton un bleached tan and black regular made at 15c a pair merrino at 20c a pair and fleece lined at 25c a pair 1 Â¬ Â¬ J -- - -- - -- 1 1 rj Prices Tell and Even body Tells the Prices un equal uuaiiKB iu r wiifcontinue my Â¬ 5 I Â¬ Â¬ I I - Â¬ Â¬ Housekeepers Attention Cold weather has now set in for j i Â¬ iL Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 H a MATTEHH Handkerchiefs Large sizp hemstitch colored bor Â¬ der at 8J0 a piece My motto is quick sales and small profits and one trial will convince youthat what you read is not merely an advertisement but are facts Romombor the place Â¬ Â¬ Fhiiiaiher HARTSTEINS NO 319 MAIN STREET NEAR STATE NATIONAL BANK Â¬ i vrrBvwpaKRiimv riT PEKSONATj AdRWAT i i r 1WY3pf t rl if i ji r - s fi i years has resigned his pastorate and he nnd wife ard now visiting her Mr Sam Miles has returned from father Mr Dan Glanton in this oity the Fair The White City Mr Will A Lewis returned Monday from Chicago Chicago III Oct 3t 93 Mrs S 0 Bull is visiting relatives Dear Old Roundabout in Louisville I have been enjoying the sights D 0 Orutcher was jn Louis- Â¬ Mr of the White City this week ville on Tuesday Miss Rebecca Johnson has returned What a wonderfully beautiful scene is presented to the eye as from Lexington Â¬ you near the Fair from the ele- Â¬ Mrs E Polk Johnson was in Louisvated railroad and then at night ville on Monday Â¬ Mr John Selbert came home Tues it seems as though it is some fairy To obtain land on which we gaze day from the Fair a better view from a changing Â¬ Mr aud Mrs Geo Willis spent Sun standpoint as wt left the ground day in Louisville for the city we took Mr Noel Gaines and bride have re Â¬ that night t one of the Lake s earners Around turned from the Fair us was the beautiful white capped Mr and Mrs W E Bradley have re Â¬ waves and as we silently glided turned from the Fair from the shore there was preMiss Cordelia Lindsey has returned sented u sight never to be forgot from a visit to Lebanon It was not difficult to imagine that Miss Moore of Georgetown is vis Â¬ we were looking upon the very iting Mrs O R Orutcher portals of the Heavenly City A Miss Annie Headley is the guest of friend remarked that this is as Miss Troxelle in Louisville near paradise as we shall ever get Miss Bettie Keenon is the guest of in this world and as the chime Mrs Guthrie in Lexington bells rang out that much loved Home Sweet Home my Mrs D M McHenry was in Louis- Â¬ song heart formed the wish that each ville for the day Thursday Mrs P McDonald spent several loved one at home was there to enjoy all that we did Though on days in Louisville this week shore I Mr A J Carroll of Louisville the lake miles from feasted on a panorama of beauty spent Wednesday in this city Miss Alice Bailey spent Sunday I have never dreamed of and one never to be forgot The intramu with her parents at Eminence ral railroad around the grounds Mr Geo H Alexander of Louis gave us a birds eye view of the ville was in the city Wednesday White City Of course I viewed Mr Will T McKinney of Louia all I could and it is useless to pen YijIS IS Yfcittnf WfctlYW n Ms city down the sights to be seen It J Sam Sanders left Thursday for seems a pity that it shall soon a visit to his sister at Spring Station be a thing of the past Mr Owen Thomas of Louisville At present the city is draped in spent several days in the city this mourning for their Mayor much week beloved and honored by his peo- Â¬ His body to day lies in Mids Alene Woodson spent this ple and Week with Miss Dessie Wingate netr state entombed in flowers Midway thousands are come to gaze on Mr and Mrs John W Headley and the dead face of the man who was three sons returned Tuesday from a friend to all They tell me his is the first body to lie in state Chicago like the Mayor Mrs O E Hoge and children have since Lincoln who was laid low by the hand of an returned from a two months trip to assassin the Fair Enchanting as the Windy City Mrs Joseph H Lewis went to Louis my thoughts are of loved ones isville Thursday for a few days visit in my dear old Kentucky home to relatives so I will to morrow turn my back Mrs John P Starks of Louisville to all the attractions here and is visiting her mother Mrs Lou Can Â¬ speed on to the dear old home non in this city- near the city among the hills Mrs Charles B Pointz and Mrs A Sarah Jane F Respess were shopping in Louis- Â¬ ville Wudnesday Advertised Tjetters at Frankfort Kentucky Mr John H Morris of Louisville is visiting his mother Mrs Ann Mor- Â¬ Below will be found a list of adver- Â¬ ris on Second street tised letters for the week ending Judge Cantrill was here Thursday 4 1893 and made an argument in a case be Â¬ November Tern- Fields Mrs Eliza Allen Mrs fore the Court of Appeals Foster Mrs Isaac perance Hulite Mrs Wm Mrs Eliza Theobald of Sadieville Ballow James Miss Ruth Hockinghamer who has been visiting her neice Mis3 Boyd Rachel Mr Willie Butler Belle Sanders has returned home Johnson Miss Curing Bob Misa Alice Mary Little Marie Mastin only child of Clarke Wm Lewis MisB Nettie Covert Mr John 0 Mastin is very ill at the Clark Mrs Dora Maddox Mrs home of her parents onThird street Chenault George Mergumley Mrs Josie Carmada Mrs Miss Alice French of Forks of Emma Potter Mr W R Elkhorn has been visiting Mrs Jas Duke Capt J T Price Mr Wm W Hughes on Second street this Dickerson Miss Robey Taylor Co May week When calling for these letters say Mrs Homer Stucky of Louisville advertised J M Saffell P M spent several days with her mother Mrs S P Browder on Shelby street Ooinir to New York this week Dr J S Coleman announces Mrs Wm H Newhall jr is in Louisville visiting her sister Mrs Robert in another column that he is going Skene jr She will return homo next to New York to further pursue his Tuesday studies and it will be well for those Judge W B Fleming of Louisviile desiring to consult him to call at now of Washington City argued a once He will leave about the cas9 before the Court of Appeals first of September Thursday Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ For Sale on Terms to Suit the Times icon I 11 50ft I 60ft burt 1 THWr 5 3 1 3 B ft 3 H Pi O P P s Property of W fonlund Henry Abler B Bridge- - 491GH I 491titt I rtl6U I 60ft 60ft 60ft 4916ft 4916ft 491t D Location is first class It is on one of the highest points in the city It is near the river and on the new electric street car line Water and gas in front of the property For terms call on Augl 3m Obituary On Sept 9th 1893 death visited the borne of Robt nnd Annie Jenkins and took away their little babe aged eight months Thy days our darling one were few An angels evening visit That came and vanished with the dew Twas here tis gone where Is It Wo cannot tell to what sweet dell The angels may have born- thee But this we know thou cannot go Where oar hearts will fall to mid - SUCH A RUSH Crowds and pushing of last year Do you remember it STANDING BOOM AT A FHBMZT7M Hundreds could not 20 clerks could not serve the crowd the house Such was the success of the wfc get in thes Gem of our hearth Out Lciwebpld pride Earth undeflled Could love have satfd thou hadst not died Our dear sweet child Humbly we bow to fates decree Ye had we hoped tliit time should soe Thee mourn for us not us for thee Yet tis sweet b ilm to our despair When thee We miss That heaven is Gods and thou art there With him In bliss There past are death and all Its woes There lifes sweet stream forever flows And raptures day no sunset knows A Again mall Profit Plan are loaded to the brim with the largest stock in the city 10000 PBESBNTS TO HOLIDAY OPEMNft SEXJGCT FROM OF DECEMBER Come and see our goods and prices A - - Friend Births Fossek In this city on Tues day October 31 1893 to Mr Charles Fosserand wife a daughter Â¬ RACKET A Leader Â¬ STORE NOTICE i Since its first introduction Electric Bitters has gained rapidly in popular Elmville Ky October 30 189X favor until now it is clearly in the CLAIMS AGAIFST lead among pure medicinal tonics ALL PERS0N8 HAVING Wyatt Parker will estate of late nothing lease present sametheproperly proven as I wish and alteratives containing ShMis Cure the Great Cough and which permits its use as a beverage S make a settlement of the estate Respectfully Croup Cure is for salu by us Pocket or intoxicant it is recognized as the S O WIGGINTON size contains twenty five doses only best and purest medicine for all ail Â¬ Nov4 4t Administrator- 21 ments of Stomach Liver or Kidneys 25c Children love it Â¬ It will cure Sick Headaohe Indigestion Constipation and drive Malaria W CHINN 5 from the system Satisfaction guar Â¬ BROWNS IRON BITTERS LJ anteed with each bottle or the money cures Dyspepsia n will be refunded Price only 6O0 per bottle Sold by P H Carpen Â¬ practice all State Courts Of- Â¬ J JR digestior Debility m ter 2 Will in I - fice second floor Custom House linck tens Arnica Salve The best salve in the world for Outs Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fever Sores Tetter Chapped Hands A FINE BLUE GRASS FARM ADJOINING L N Railroad one and from Chilblains Corns and all Skin Erup- Frankfort near Ulens Creek one half miles farm turnpike The tions and positively cures Piles or COIlBlStS of It is guaranteed to no pay required give satisfaction or money refunded ACRES OF LAND For sale by 60 Price 25 cents per box Â¬ FARM FOR SALE PLANIUG MILL AND- V HOGSHEAD FACTORY Phil Oarpentkr ILLS 8 ly I H Pi The quick mid direct route from Heavily set In blue grass and In fine condition for cultivating having been In grass for fifteen years Thero are two dwelling houses on the nlinA mill nil liprflsmrv onthtilldliiLsr nlso two never falling springs This Is a very desirable HAVING PURCHASED THE PLANING MILL hogshead farm for a dairyman or tobacco raiser Possession Congleton tobacco am preparedfactory of Messrs to furnish Bros I v will be given to buyer at any time Terms very For further Information call on or reasonable DOORS MnS NORA SULLIVAN address N SASH On premises Nov 4 lm BUNDS FRAMES Louisville to Arkansas and Texas One hundred and fifty miles L N TIME TABLE SHINGLES TURNED WORK STAIR WORK SHORTEST TO LITTLE HOCK -- The following time table in now iu effect upon tho L fc N road TBAINB WEST AND A1J KINDS OF - And the only route WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS No281eavesFrankfort No 17 leaves Frankfort No 21 leaves Fjnnkfort No 19 leaves Frankfort TJUINSEABT 785 950 a m 300 pm 550 am Finish For a House as well as tobacco hopsheads Factory one and half blocks from Post Ofllce on river front A share of public patronage Is solicited R CHOATE Sept 2 ly a pm H you lire gjlng to emigrate to No 80 mixed train Sherman Dallas Fort Woith Austin or Houston r This Ik fort leaves Frank Â¬ 500 a in - M the for CHEAPEST AND BEST ROUTE Chrifltiansburg points Lexington and No change of cars to No 18 leaves Frankfort v 1015 443 p m No 20 eaves Erankfort 685 p jn No 24 armesFrankfort 865 No 22 leaves Frankfort No 20 will stop at Anchorage nnd 1 am tjlke tkce MONON ROUTE The Direct and Popular Line t a pm passengers for Mr F T Brooks and wife of Syra Montgomery vMobile Memphis Will Speed Their Horses cuse New York who have been visit Â¬ and New Orleans ing Mrs Bs father Capt Sam San Â¬ Several trotting races will take For further Information address ders left Saturday for home place at Col R P Peppers track R3V 0 Q Wright U S N and on the Owenton pike on Tuesday C HEW P Â¬ Nos 28 17 and 21 connect at Lagraago for Cincinnati Nos 28 and 21 connect at Anchorage for Bloomfleld Branch beyond Chesapeake TOH Ohio Ry WASHING C K r family who have been sojourning at Sorento Italy for the past two years arrived here Wednesday evening and are visiting Mrs Wrights father Mr John E Miles Dr J G Hatchitt and wife have returned from the West and will make this city their future home but will spend a portion of their time with their son Mr Olay H Hatchitt in Scott county Mrs Mary R Haft Mrs Caswell Bennett Mrs Geo F- Berry Mrs Oinnie Green Mrs Cornelia Bush and Miss Jennie Duvall formed a party whioh went to Lexington Tuesday and spent the day Rev H B Smith formerly of this county who has had charge of p church at Dover Ky for several - and Wednesday evenings of next week under the management of L0U18VILLE KENTUCKY ilKIEePTA 4 Soientlflo American Apesoy M mimmL BOSTOKaud all CHICAGO And all Points NORTH and WEST Eaitara iiet the Franklin Association County Trotting forA Shortest Line between LOUISVILLE LEXINGTON and EASTERN POINTS Time card In effect Nov 1st BABT BOUND 1892 Church Supper The ladies of the Baptist Church will have a reception at their chapel on the evening of the 16th An elegant sup- Â¬ of November per will be served at the usual All are invited to be prices present Fok Rent rooms s mr ZL lm B Alt ve K For Information and froo Handbook mi to to MUNN tt COm 801 BnoADWAT NEW YOUff Oldest bureau for securing patenta In America Kvcry patont taken out by us is brought beforo the publlo by aiiotlco given froo of charge In tho COPYRIGHT CAVEAT TRADE MARK DE8IQH PATENTS Lve Lexington 715 am Atlanta Express No 22 dally Midland AccomNo26 dally ex Sun 1140 a m 615 pm Express No 24 dally Vestlbuled UtSterllngAccom No 28 dally ex Sun63Ur M Vestibuled Trains Dining Car Services Palace Ohair Oars Pullman Buffet leepera And Oniv hirst Jiasss Accommodations AII ror 1 urincr iiiiuriiiuuuu nuuicsa etc scientific House of four Apply at this office Largest circulation of any soientlflo paper in tho iUBUBUEitf 3 til Droadway Hew York City mdm Arr Lexington Lexington Accom No 27 dally ex Sun 8KX x u 1245 r Louisville Express No 21 dally Lexington Accom No 25dallyex8un4 15 p m 815 pm No 23 dally Vestlbuled Express with Dining f olid Vestlbuled Trains Lexington to Can York New Through Sleepers from without change No Bus transfers G W BARNEY D P m WKST BOUND iVt rr C a wffi 1 U S L Bryan P A W G Crush S Pi L a 3 LOUISVILLE KY OR A HW FULLER Cenl Pan Agt CBRYAN Aiet Geal rail Aat Lexington Ky Jas Barker G P A Chicago 4 111 vAjgma J SS V mraai 3 I SPECIAL PRICES FOR WATCHES AND CLOCKS m JUL After Lust Fall v Selbert iTe weleir Frankfort Ky 333 St Clair b Will be Dedicated To morrow were Gents Silver Filled Watches 7 5Q the best watch for the money Gents SiJverine Watches 4 to 7 A good 1 day striking Clock warranted 2 and 250 A good 8 day striking clock 250 to 25 Ladies Silver Watches 5 6 8850 10 1250 Ladies Filled Watches 8 15 20 Ladies Solid Gold Watches 18 20 50 Gents Silver Watches 10 to 25 Ghents Filled Watches 81350 gl5 glB to S40 Gents Solid Gold Watches 25 to 812 5 J iffi Dew Martin Jane Gillam Margaret Exum Mary and Martha Farmer Gladys A little boy climbed on an old mans knees Rodman Edith Posey Eliza Newton Nina Do papa please And begged tor the reason Gordon John and Nancy Walcutt Julia Why nre you gloomy Idle alone and Robert Murray Stanton and Mar Â¬ Have you no work but loaflRgat borne J last guerite McLean Edgar Hume William tI bad a good Job now year you know Why I hnvo none child you shall know Edward Bradley Charles Mason Btaokley List to my story Grover last fall George Mncfilin Gayle Charles Allen I helped elect hlm ldle thats all Herndon Crawford Rhoads Anbyn Chinn chobuh Townsend and Stanley Newhall After the vote was taken after the change bad come i After the factories closing after the wheels dpmbl Many a heart was aching If yoq could read them all Many a home was darkened alter lost falL Bright were our prospects clouds not In sight Happy our homes were from morn till night Then came the tempter spoke toft and low Fooled us poor workers how I dont know When we awukened to what we have done Factories were Idle mills could not run Down they all closed pet ended thats all Just as our work was utter lost fall Long months have passed child no work to do Although Ive sought It for mother and you No work to give me tried to explain They could not help It pleadings are vain I knew the reason after It was done I helped toloseup factories that run Thats why 1 rc Idle no work at all I lost my Job pet after last fall Ex VIRGINIA BENNETT The JLittle Cliiof Justess Cele brates Her Fifth Birthday by a Party to Her Friends Â¬ Late Saturday afternoon at the home of Judge Bennett there was a large gathering of children x jfi it i m f lr of flannel with gjecoBalm and bind It Chamberlains over the seat of pain It is bettor than any plaster When the lungs are sore suoh an ap Â¬ plication on the ehesb and another on the back botwoon the shoulder blades will often prevent pneumonia Mnrthn Rogers St Paul Louise Burn- - There Is nothing so good for a lame or a pain In the side A sore ham Lincoln Neb Cora South Brown back can nearly always be cured in throat Lakeland Josephine Marguerite Murray one night by applying a flannel band Â¬ Jacqueline Hendrick Elise Dandridge age dampened with Pain Balm 50 Pattio Oratoher Alioo Mulliollnnd Maria cent bottles for sale by J W Gayle Trabuo Russell Heuderson Florrie Rod For Sale or Rent My dwelling mrin Frances Taylor Saffell Mary Swigert house on Ann street Bessie Hendrick Virginia Groenhow J T Buckley tf -- summoned there on the invitation of Miss Virginia Bennett the Judges lovely little daughter to while away the hours between two and four oclock in the celebration of her fifth birthday The guests ranged in ages from four months to six years and all were attired in the prettiest and most becoming garments that fond Autumn parents could desire leaves and chrysanthemuns decorated the parlors and dining room and also contributed in noN small legree to heighten the effect of a beautiful table scene at which covers for forty had been laid A number of candelabra having five candles in each furnished light for the darkened rooms and also served to ornament the tables on which a birthday cake with five candles in it was placed at the head for the little hostess to blow out the lights one by one as a stroke of a bell sounded to signify the years passing into the darkness of Time and the beginning of another year with the festivities of Miss Virginia wore the occasion a pink silk dress pink slippers and stockings and a childs relish for candy fruit and dainties she bore the honors of her position with tlt becoming grace arid propriety of an age suitable to her formal entrance into society Those present were Â¬ Â¬ The new Catholic Church which has just been completed at Georgetown will be dedicated to morrow and a large number will likely go up from this city The Kentucky OIF Midland has made a rate of 75 cents for the round trip and an Deaths elegant dinner will be served by Went From the Lexington the people of Gorgetown Rress ofe Tuesday we clip the anA Great Success nexed notice of the death of Miss The supper and dance given by She was the Irene T Went only remaining child by the first the Womens Relief Corps at Sower Ahlers Hall on Thursmarriage of Col Ed C Went j formerly of this city but now of day evening was a grand success Youngstown New York her two A large crowd was in attendance brothers having died during the the supper was first class and a handsome sum will be paid into residence of her father in this city the treasury of the organization When her mother died she was as the result The young people very small and was adopted by Dr danced until a late honr Acquilla Talbott and wife the A CHIIiDENJOYS latter being a cousin of her moth We have largest stock and best goods er and remained a member of prices The pleasant flavor gentle action their family up to the time of her and soothing effects of Syrup of death Figs when in need of a laxative Miss Irene T Went the adopted daughter of Dr A Talbott and if the father or mother be morning at 4 costive or billious the most grati died yesterday oclock at the doctors home at fying results follow its use so that No 63 Georgetown street it is the best family remedy known i Miss Went was an estimiable and every family should have a girl She was 21 years of age and had been sick with typhoid bottle on hand fever for some time Cloaks Cloaks She was thedanghter of Mr E We have just opened a very at C Went who was employed in tractive stock of ladies and misses the office of the Superintendent cioakb with the stylish Worth Co- Â¬ capes lumbus and of Public Instruction at Frankfort lars Oome Franklin them and col and see for a number of years but who is Sam D Johnson Co residing in now a druggist Dress Goods Youngstown N Y He will not We have all the latest effects in get here in time for the funeral rough goods now so fashionable Miss Wents mother was a sister Sam D Johnson Co of the late Dr B F Duvall of Hosiery Hosiery Miss Went was an Frankfort We sell the celebrated onyx dye exceedingly bright scholar and black cotton hose Every pair WAR won a number of medals while a RANTED FAST Co Sam D Johnson She student at the public school graduated at Sayre Institute The Kid Gloves Kid Gloves funeral services will take place Como and see our immense stock this afternoon at 4 oclock from The latest thing in Suede and Glace the First Baptist Church All the new colors with large pearl Owens The infant son of Mr buttons Sam D Johnson Co Robert Owens died at the resiMillinery Millinery dence of its parents in Bellepoint Our stook this season is unusually on Wednesday night and was beautiful and artistic Come and see us before buying Goods shown with buried Thursday afternoon pleasure Sam D Johnson Co Calleky Mr Richard Callery died at the residence of his father Mr Mike Callery on the Versailles pike Wednesday night jHMMmrnniiKiiiiiiiiijjiiiiiiii ininHtiitin n m iijitn after a lingering illness with consuffering with weakness and sumption Hii funeral took place emaciation who give little yesterday rnqming at 10 oclock nourishment to babiesshould We intend keeping goods moving if good goods and low prices will from the Church of the Good take do it We are daily receiving Shepherd Â¬ FILL k WEB ATr STOCK 1 BOOTS SHOES HATS CAPS Â¬ Â¬ R KM the SONS the are right Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ To our many county friends we would say dont lay in your winter stock of goods until you have looked At cur goods w know what you need have the goo is and will please vou Â¬ K ITCH SON Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mothers a 1 1 To KEEPTfillieS W OVING --pple -A- The Best Plaster Dampen a Scotts Emulsion the Cream of Cod liver Oil and hypophosphltes It will give them strength and make their babies fat Physicians the world over endorse it Dont bo deceived by Substitutes Frtptnd hj Scott 4 Bownt JJ Y All JDrug Uti lEresli 3 oocLs Olrves Olire Oil lErencn Peas and lvisnrooincLS Asparagrus IEdam and IFine- and Oream Oneese 3cc 3cc Sec Seispectf-uilly- On September 30 we receive our first consignment of Oysters and will keep nothing but best goods regularly in stock JaiS- - HEE1TE a THE SOUTH SIDE GROCER A I J FRANKFORT ROUNHABOUT been sold Entered nt the post ofllce at Frimktort Kentucky as secoml clntfs niullnble matter and have nothing to show for the money thus expend Â¬ ed 1 If the King Bridge Company had a contract to put up a bridge FRANKFORT NOVEMBER 4 1898 in a northern city they would be compelled to rush the work and SOIETJIIXG lilTCE IT there is no reason why they should be play 1524000 Uceommcnrted for andallowed towork with this city do the at their leisure Kentucky Kiver Let the work go on and the soonM VVtKa Gen Thomas L Casey Chief er it is completed the better til Best 5 Calico of Engineers of the War Depart- Â¬ Assassinated Colored Calico 5 ment has recommended that i Both the method and results when Good 5 524000 be appropriated to comHon Carter H Harrison Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant -10 plete the improvements upon the Mayor of Chicago was shot three aucl refreshing to the taste and acts Good Bed Ticking 5 Cotton Kentucky river 500 000 of which times at his home on Ashland fently yet promptly ou the Kidneys 5 Cotton and Bowels cleanses the sys to be expended next year Now Boulevard in that city Saturday colds head Â¬ Good Comfort tem effectually dispels what we want is that our Senators evening about 8 oclock by aches and fevers and cures habitual and Representatives see that the fellow by the name of Eugene constipation Syrup of Figs is the This is the lowest price ever made on these goods A large stock of only remedy of its kind ever pro amount recommended gets into Patrick Pendergast who is sup- Â¬ 4 Dry GodUs cheaper than ever known duced pleasing to the taste and ac the River and Harbor bill and is posed to be crazy The assassin ceptable to the stomach prompt in RODMA1T not reduced after it is put there gives as a reason for the murder its nction nnd truly beneficial in its Sep 3 3m and if they fail to attend to the that the dead Mayor promised to effects prepared only from the most matter the people should remem- appoint him corporation counsel healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it ber them when they ask a and had failed to keep his prom- Â¬ to all and have made it the most Our own Representative ise He has been indicted by the popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c Col Breckinridge has been very grand jury for murder and should and SI bottles by all leading drug Â¬ and he be hung as there was too much gists remiss in this matter Any reliable druggist who should be reminded that unless he method in his madness may not have it on hand will pro- Â¬ cure it promptly for any one who looks after the Kentucky river apwishes to try it Do not accept any Ifnil to do Tlieir Duty propriation a matter in which substitute Yv m the greater portion of his district Everybody has at times failed to do CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO their duty towards themeslves Hun Â¬ SAN FRANCISCO CAL is vitally interested the people dreds of lady readers suffer from sick LOUISVILLE XY NEW YORK Nt will send a man there who will headache nervousness sleeplessneB and female troubles Let them follow has also the example of Mrs H Herbrechter SEALED Senator Blackburn PROPOSALS given the Kentucky river the cold Stevens Point Wis who for five years suffered greatly from nervous Sealed Proposals will be reshoulder in the past and he too prostration and sleeplessness tried ceived at the City Clerks Office Botrt of physicians and different medicines should be stirred up without success But one bottles of until 12m Saturday November 1 - these gentlemen will have a great Dr Miles Nervine caused sound sleep every night and she is feeling like a 11 1893 for paving guttering and deal of explaining to do on other new person Mrs Elizabeth Wheel Â¬ curbing on east side of Steele vSI B 4flilr IL points when they come seek ng er Laramie Oity Wyoming who street in South Frankfort be- Â¬ tried all other remedies and it will be well after three weeks use ofdeclares that tween Cross and Campbell Sts in re election the Nervine enough for their constituents to for headache nervous prostration front of the property of D L Sold Haly V J Scottow and John W etc she was entirely relieved know when they get them on the by J W Gayle Trial bottle free Gault The council reserves the 1 stand why we have been neglect the right to reject any and all bids ed so long in the matter of ap- Â¬ Candidate for Jailer Attest propriations to the river It has In another column will be found T J Todd Richard Tobin been understood for a long time Mayor Call and see the MAJKSTIC RANGE made of Steel City Clerk of Mr Hei ry that the only reason a pitiful 100 the announcement and ma lea bio Iron Will last a lifetime They ooaor 150000 was doled out to F Showalter as a candidate for Resolved That our thanks are are a hitch on nenesity lighten labor and improve As the due the Kentucky river when the Kana Jailer of this county Frankfort Roundabout the flavor of the food wha and other rivers were getting election comes off a year from for publishing the proceedings of will have ample time the Institute their 500 000 and 1000000 was Tuesday he Resolved That this Institute because our Representatives asktd to make the acquaintance of the pay Rev H M Polsgrove 2000 He is a for nothing and took what the voters of the county clever fellow and will make a good or the very efficient fnanner inÂ¬ which he has assisted in conductCommittee or River and Harbors officer if elected ing the exercises of these meet give standing back upon chose to ings Iteport of Itesolutions the plea that it was undemocratic Resolved That we are deeply to take money from the Govern- Â¬ following resolutions were impressed with the necessity of The ment The Representatives from adopted by the Franklin County returning to our respective schools on main other States have never been Teachers Institute at the late with renewed energy and a de Â¬ termination to put into execution bothered with any such scruples meeting in this city any methods that we may have have gone in for big money and Resolved That the thanks of grasped during the session of this Capital Hntel nf have got what they asked Al 1 this institute are tendered to Presi- Â¬ Institute provided they arc better we need is to have men in Con- Â¬ dent Hunter for so ably presiding than any we had used previously They will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a Submitted gress who will look after our inter Â¬ over this meeting short time Resolved That our thanks arc Gt D Fendley ests and not devote their time to due and are hereby tendered to Grace Murray making national reputations as Revs H G Henderson H M G D Hancock Oratory is all right Polsgrove George Darsie Profs orators Lizzie Flynn enough but when it is expended McHenry Rhoads Harney GoodW H Parrent for the benefit of the country at night Col T B Ford Hon J The question was then taken on B Franklin Judge the adoption of the resolutions large and home interests neglected L Scott R W H Sneed L F Johnson Dr then it becomes too much of a S E James fo their timely re- Â¬ and decided in the affirmative KY luxury and can be dispensed with marks and counsel during the ses Â¬ Mr W M Terry who has been in OLD the drutf business at Elkton Ky for of the Institute sion the past twelve years says Cham Â¬ TET THE WOKK go on of a Reeohed That we tender our berlains Cough Remedy gives better R than any other cough The Uridge Should be Complet Â¬ thanks to Messrs Sam Bull for satisfactionI have ever Bold There medicine B Franklin and Frank Bull ed This Winter No other is good reasons for this beautiful music will cure a cold so quickly no other And cordially ask our friends to give us a call cure preventive It lias been suggested that as the Resolved That We highly ap- ii so certain a other affords and much so for croup no King Bridge Company are so far preciate the courtesies of Mr relief in cases of whooping cough W MpKEE HARDIE C L GAYLE Minus Williams in making the For sale by J W Gayle 21 1 t Jan behind on their contract that the court room so inviting by way of Will Ijocato Here old St Clair street bridge should providing ice water ventilation be patched up and allowed tore etc for the benefit of the Insti Mr W B Clelland of Mercer main until spring when the iron tute Resolved That we appreciate county has purchased from Mrs bridge can be put up in good the efficient services of our worthy MF Avis the Marion Parker prop- Â¬ weather Secretary and Assistant and that erty on Logan street for fourteen The old bridge has already been they be allowed 500 for services hundred ahd fifty dollars and will remove his family here to reside tinkered with until a large mass of rendered HEAD I cross it the people are afraid to GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub cupjRgs GtJK J L EODMAN SON LOWER THAN EVER 1 A J II Â¬ ONE ENJOYS Â¬ Â¬ Indigo Blue Best Canton Flannel Yard Wide Brown Yard Wide Bleached cents cents cents cents cents cents 95 cents SON i m It Â¬ Â¬ II At J L 1t I Â¬ ffimYB B Â¬ B HI IijLHhML HVB2S II fh m m M11 V ti i Â¬ H IFIHEilSiEJi HHEa uHRS Hi 1 Bi 1 T A o Al Â¬ k r fl l i i JACOB S WIGERT steet to CO Have Removed From the Batzell Building 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Easement the Â¬ W McKEE HARDIE DRUGGIST STAND FRANKFORT We keep full line DRUGS 1ND PATENT MEDICINES HALLS m u1 K Â¬ i i 4 Â¬ Lawn Mowers antf on LAWN MOWERS I 3 A t Friends stand at the tor Hardware and they want it supplanted by the new one as soon as possible Delays are dangerous and the Bridge Company should be compelled to go ahead with their contract and push it to an early com It is no fault of the city pletion and i county that the work will have to be done in cold weather and they should not be made to pay six months interest on the bridge bonds which have already Â¬ Â¬ DRPRICES The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder ftpamBaking ELM Powder Lead The Market e rsL - v - -- No Ammouia No Alum Used in Millions of Homes ApriUHj 40 Years the Standard r - B00 Street fa J323 EX20XDT77-A- warn uSmtMam 11 iji kth 5 ft w r CHEERFULI r -- SHOWN w -- L t9 S U r V r WE WANT TO SHOW YOU OUR MAGNIFICENT STOCK OP iieiest 8 r T --L-j M THE POPULAR SELLERS IN MENS SUITS ARE THE v-f --L ll --LTJL JLJ I I i -r- Vjp 4 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 Fine hats and furnishing goods 15 t P H Hudson HumphriesCassell 0 Vv L FRANKFORT KOUNMBOUT FRANKFORT NOVEMBER a 1893 Manual Training institutions is the result of envelop ment Development is a gradual ad vance or growth through a series of progressive changes the opening of an envelope by which the hidden content is exposed Nothing can be developed which is not first enveloped Within the tiny shell of the acron lies the possibility of a mighty oak a dormant germ awaiting the influence of heat light moisture and air to cause it to spring forth into a majestic tree beautiful and useful Just so has the manual training school lain a dormant germ awaiting the influence of popular To day it refavor and support ceives this influence and in response has awaken into life has become a vigorous growth pleas ing and benefiting all over whom its influence extends We have stated heretofore that the public school has been and is a most potent factor in advancing We now state that civilization reflex action the public school by has been advanced by society and developed to its present condition The public school exists as a product of present civil society fulfilling its mission to day as well as any school of any passed age The systems fulfilled its mission of education and instruction of past ages harmonized with then existing condition of civil society In early tribal life all authority was vested in the elders who were the instructors also They gave a domestic education but their efforts were without coherence conscious aim pinciples or system There arose after a time a necessiTo prety for State education serve the State the jouths were Next came trained as soldiers caste education the education of the priest the knight and the burgher Upon the decline of the nobility and the clergy the necessity for general education arose The manual training department of the school is answering the demand of the masses for complete popular education by training the tactual and the visual senses as v ell as the mental powers Neither the wisest teacher nor the profoundest philosopher of fifty years ago had the faintest conception of what would be the character of the public school of to day nor are the most far sight ed of to day able to conceive the character of the school of fifty years hence The object of the manual train- Â¬ ing department of the public school is to assist in the harmoni- Â¬ The public school like all other ous development of its pupils by CHICAGOS DEAD MAYOR And Nancy Hanks liaised on the Sftino Farm jCr RT fv r Harrison was born is famous not alone from that cause for some of the stars of the equine world have been domiciled at Kentucky Stock there that Nancy Hanks received through the careful and artistic handling of Ben Kenney the training which Budd Doble says made her the queen she afterwards became under Dobles tuti lage Salvator and- Leary the two great mares for honors on the running turf have gambled to gether over the soil on which the dead Mayor first saw light Other famous horses have also been trained and foaled at Kentucky The place is now Stock Farm owned by Col William Kenney sr r Lexington Press - The farm on which Carter H Â¬ Â¬ Farm rv t It was Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ P4f kPt TAXE With Now York Cast at Opera House Monday Nov Oth is the plot in brief in comic comedy Jane of the MissKittie Cheatham is anwhich Â¬ Â¬ The following giving attention to the power to do as well to the power to think DEALERS IN or the power to feel This is the development of the present Manual training is in itself a de velopment it is yet young in years The first stage was experithrough which it has mental passed successfully The experimental stage satisfied leading educators that the study is highly beneficial as a part of the school MANUFACTURERS OF curriculum The present stage of manual training is the determinaHand Made Harness and Horse Goods tion of what is the best subject matter to present o pupils and how to present it in the most effective manner No formulated course exists which meets the ap- DR W I JOHN DRISCOLI KELLEY proval of all teachers It may be impossible to formulate such a Tza OF CINCINNAT IO will be at tne course owing to the varying needs or at least to which is supposed to be the varying needs of different localities An ideal course of IN LEXINGTON KY manual training exercises may be arranged as a standard with which Saturday November 4 1893 A full line of pure Anderson county whiskies each may compare his own favor- Saturday November 25 ld93 nines brandies etc ite course Efforts are being made Saturday December 16 1893 235 BR01DWAY opposite State House HEMORRHOIDS at present to organize a Manual Piles cured without surglca April 15 tf operation unci ltu little or no pain Training Teachers Association REFERENCES the object of which is to advance f W for a DOUBLE the interest of manual training in J AMcKee Hurdle Frankfort Ky bcott FrankfoitKy Dr E 11 Gober Frankfort Ky every legitimate way LOADER T Frankfort Ky HANNEN ft HURSEY Wagons Â¬ Buggies C arriages and Â¬ Â¬ Farming Implements Â¬ Â¬ fhoenxz hotel Liquor Merchant Â¬ 10 J BE CONTINUED Â¬ Howb ThisP Â¬ r V hi T i it If iv f a IV nounced to appear at the Opera Houoe next Monday evening supported by Mr Robert Cotton and the principal New York cast The three acts divulge the woes of one Charles Shakletqn an extravagant bachelor who falls heir to property on condition that he is married before he receives it He pretends he is married in order to get money to pay his debts which he blames on his supposed wifes extravagance The trustee determines to find out the real state of affairs and Shakleton hearing of his visit in a frenzy of despair persuades Jane the housemaid to pretend she is his wife during the old mans visit Jane consents without first telling her husband William the butler William desiring to help his master hunts up an aged but sentimental old lady to impersonate All met at the same the wife time to the bewilderment of the trustee and the horror of the hero not to mention the indignation of the old lady who is the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Catarrh Cure F We offer One Hundred Dollars Re DR KELLEYS offlceanri at 25 ward for any case of Catarrh that West Eighth streetClnclnnutlresidence Is he may and where can not be cured by taking Halls be found every day of each week except SATUR H McClure Frankfort Ky J Hughe Frankfort Ky David Moore Benson Ky Jas M Wlthrow Frankfoit Ky A iV Stuten Berberlch Fnuikfort h L P Uulett Bensun Ky Rev V Hl M Ittr Self cocKinz BREECH m Goes Reiotors torn Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Toledo Ohio Walding Kinnan Marvin Whole Â¬ sale Druggists Toledo Ohio Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter eaUyaoting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Sold by all Price 75o per bottle believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and finan Â¬ cially able to carry out any obliga Â¬ tions made by the Qrm West Truax Wholesale Druggist J OiiBHEYCojPropa Toledo O We the undersigned have known F J Cheney far the laat 15 years and DAYS Pamphlets describing these diseases and the mode ot treatment sent free to anyone W I KKLLEY M D by addressing 259 VT Eight St Cincinnati 0 CONSULTATION FREE Winchester Rifles Rreech Loaclins Rifles 200 925 200 to to to 5000 1200 1000 125 Mel Plated New Winchester RegeatUESliot Gan Model 1893 CUlojue 48Ti5 per Bend S Staap for 60 1688 cut GRIFFITH 51 5 SEMPLE Main Street MnrlWr LOUISVILLE KY druggists Orchard Lawn Garden -- -9 Cheap to Augusta Nov CJa FULL STOCK OF-- Â¬ 15th 22nd 29th and Dec 6th the Kentucky Midland Rail way will sell tickets to Augusta Ga and return lrom Frankfort at 2290 from Paris 2250 account Fruit Ornamental Trees Grape Vines Asparagus SMALL FRUITS SURUBS and everything usually found In a nursery establishment We sell direct Augustas Exposition SJP thoroughbred ready for use 8 For Sale Two 2t fine Berkshire Appiy to young boars to the planter and have no agents Catalogue on 11 F HILLENMKYER application Oct21 3m Lexington Ky DissolutionofPartnership Sent 23 S Black tf i to unravel the thread of complicathe one act Chums tion curtain raiser written by Thomas It is Frost will precede Jane described as a dramatic gem Â¬ aunt of Shakletons real fiancee From this point on it takes all the ingenuity of everyone of the cast Sealed Proposals M Justly Entitled to It Dr Halos Household Cough Cure is is justly entitled to the praise it ifc re Â¬ has ceiving Wherever introduced provon itself the moBt reliable romo dy known for the cure of coughs colds honrsenoBss whooping cough bronchitis soreness of the lungs nnd evory kind of a cough from a simple cold to Incipient consumption Purely AlwayB relfable and ef vegatablo fective For sale at 25 nnd 50 cents per bottle at P II Caraentkus drug Btoro 3 Sealed Proposals will be received W at the City Clerks Office until 12 ATTORN for m Saturday November 4 U Al 1LJJ AniB u J dHHBBBH paving guttering and curbing the ttJBA BSTATB AGENT N hmbhmmh wlv PRACTICE COURTS East side of Wilkinson street from w Franklin una tha m THK eounttM 01 W ftlfYlii adlolnins ii Main to Mero and from Wilkinson tin am kitd Pacini aiicnuon t in purohut S pUl nd real etat colIacUon xSr EMESEEEI to Gas House Alley Bids will also ud tale oflecotlAtioB of loana tof f nU aUUai tb iml be received for paving guttering MVwMi and curbing in front of the property of James Heeney on Fine Farm for Rent Shelby street The council reSO FOR A CASE IT WILL NOT CUHt a An nsreoabloLaxatlvo nnd NERVE TONIC serves the right to reject any or milK DUOLKY FARM ADJOINING CITY Sold by Druggists or 6cnt by mall 25c 60a L limits 011 the ieornt town pike containing or all bids Attest 2uri acres ami 100 pqr package Samples free large residence tobacco barn and Splendid ililry and tobacco farm xMbk TUTty Vft Tho Favorlto TOOTH TOWBtS T J Todd Richard Tobin Possession lven March 1st 1MH For particu JHLU for tho Toot U and UreaUultfc lars apply to Mayor City Clerk FRANK OHINN For sale by W McKee Hardie Oct 26 td Jul 22 tf Frankfort Ky HALLS OLD STAND Jon28 lv CROMWEU EY-AT-LA- km1 Affli F Anderson and S TCarter heretofore doing a general merchandising business at Swlt zer Franklin county Ky was this day dissolved by mutual consent S T Caner retiring F An Â¬ derson will Mill continue the business and Is entitled to collect and receipt for all amounts V ANDEItSON due Mild firm S T CARTER Ky Oct 2 1PJ3 Swltzer 6 U milE or X FIRM OF ANDERSON CO COMPOSED i rr Work Worry -- and Disease are a formidable trio yet the weak person frequently has to meet all of tPem at once How can he overcome rant thHieply Our treatment Is available for home use neither need your occupation be The nlue of these Interfered with features Is obvious What about your need A book of explanation and proof Is sours to consider If asked for now PALEN Drs STARKEY lM Arch Street Phllndolphlu Fa The answer Is with our Compound OWOKN and ours onlv The count les demoiihtratloiiH of 28 years war Â¬ Â¬ HJ Â¬ smsmm u t 4lt 10 6 ff - 4 SSSHMSSOtKS Q Times Are Hard S3 r o si Exaii 2 K n w w HOME MADE GOODS i 1 J uipi Save Your Money iin m MY STEEL RANGE 52 Is manufactured in Louisville can save you thIs Tti Ky under my I instructions for Frankfort trade from CAN DO i M 20 TO 40 PER GENT H H O If You are going to buy a Steel Range In the first cost Call and see my line before you buv Â¬ wan V I OH IV RELIGIOUS Â¬ CT Built Them a Walk L B jlLh MARSHALL E W A IiOOKS IiIKE BUSINESS GAINES BV V s EW Baptist Church Rev W C Tay The River and Harbor Commit Â¬ lor the pastor will conduct the usual tee Coming to this City services to morrow morning at 11 and at 7 p m A telegram received by LieuSunday school at 930 a m in the tenant H E Waterman yesterday chapel The hour for the evening service from Congressman A S Berry has been changed from 730 to 7 by states that the River and Harbor vote of the congregation Committee of the House ot RepCongress will visit Christian Church Rev C Q resentatives of Wright U S N will occupy the pul this city next Friday This is just pit to morrow at 11 and 730 Rev what we want and we will now George Darsie being absent in Cov have a chance to show the gentleington holding a meeting men what sort of a stream the Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor in the lecture room at Kentucky is and what it can be made if they will give us money 650 enough Hurrah for Col Al Catholic Church The usual Berry Hes worth a ten acre services at the Church of the Good field full of such Congressmen as Shepherd to morrow will be con ducted by Rev Father W E Gorey Kentucky has been sending to Washington for years Bring the pastor Low mass at 8 a m High mass them along Colonel and weli ait 10 a m and Vespers at 330 p m take care of them Methodist Church Rev H G The Weather Signal Flags Henderson the pastor will preach at Below will be found the correct 11 a m and 730 p m positions of the flags each day to Sunday school meets at 030 a m The Epworth League will convene indicate the weather for the prein the class room at 7 oclock ceding 24 hours Cut this out and keep it in your hat if you First Presbyterian Church would keep posted Blayney D D will Rev Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ After completing the floor of N their bridge here the L workRailroad Companyjiad the men put down a walk between the west end of the bridge and the bridge over Benson to replace the one destroyed by raising the pike Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a Real estate bought sold or leased of the insurance patronage up to the grade of the railroad share line of both city and country property for sale at all times A good This was done free of cost for which the Bellepointers are very OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET grateful L B MARSHALL CO Â¬ Real Estate and Insurance Ags rVi 8 m Â¬ Forks of Elkhorn ROOMS FOR RENT Â¬ Â¬ weather fair alone ocoupy his pulpit to morrow at 11 a White flag Blue rain or snowm and 730 p m Blue and white flag alone local rains The Young Peoples Society of White black above fair - weather colder below fair Christian Endeavor wiHmeet in the above warmer rain or Lecture Room at 645 p m You are Blue Black -- J McOlusljy - invited Episcopal Â¬ McCready duct the regular services to morrow morning at 11 oclock Rev Dr W A Snively will occupy the pulpit at 730 p m Church Rev R L the rector will con snow below colder rain or snow Biue and white black above warmer and local rams Bue and white black below colder local rains Black flag cold wave Appointed Janitor Mr Harry B Case has been ap- Â¬ pointed Janitor of the Government No services to morrow Building by Deputy Collector B T Farmer the custodian and has Jlarniigulng the Populace entered upon the discharge of his Mr W B Bridgeford the duties relieving Mr W S Saffell Populist candidate for the Legis- who has accepted a position in the lature will speak at the court- office of Lieutenat Waterman house to night and Hon W W U S Engineer in charge of the Stephenson Democratic candidate river improvement for Senator will speak at Peaks Jjimh Broken Mill this afternoon at two oclock and at the court house Monday Mrs Catherine Hagerty an afternoon at two Mr Bridgeford aged lady who lives on Arlington spoke at the school house in Heights was coming down to atBellepoint Wednesday night to a tend church on Wednesday when large audience she slipped on the flagging of the Â¬ Southern Presbyterian Ohurch Â¬ I Delightful weather FIRST OF POSSESSION GIVEN ON THE Apply Price 15 Washington street orL toBMrs L II Green 217 Eegs rather scarce Marshall Co cents a dozen Butter 20 to 25 cents a pound Corn very good Price 2 0 a Lo 210 FARM Frankfort on a A FINEroadmilesOFfrom ACRES Is FINELY good cated 8 barrel a brick resi upon wtoich there turnpike rooms and rooms in progrsss dence ot 6necessarya tenement of fourThis land Is Tobacco stripping Improvements all other In a high state of cultivation the improvements The sporting gentry are enjoy are In fine condition anda In order to mnkea will be offered at bargain ing the season fishing and hunting nulcK sale Mr B B Bigstaff of Eastern has been visiting Kentucky friends in our vicinity for several 8 MILES OF 100 126 OR A FARM Frankfort on a150 ACRES good turnpike road from days with residence tenement nouses stock and to bacco barns apple orchard and other necessary C K Wallace and son John improvements Thl9 land is mostly In timber Dr a good are home from a visit to Chicago anl grass Isand will makebargain tobacco or stock farm It offered at a Mrs Sallie Burdin has returned home from a visit to her sister in Chicago RESIDENCE OF COL J STODDARD Johnston on Snelby street now occupied by Mr Lew Cannon and wife will Mrs L B Longmoor Possession given about soon take up their residence in 1st of December our town Dr Kightley has removed into ACRES WELL Imthe house lately occupied by Miss A GARDEN FARM OF 12V good turnpike road 3 proved located on a Ella Ready miles from Frankfort Irish potatoes rather scarce SALE Price 75 cents per bushel OF THREE ROOMS Regular services at Buck Run A FRAME by COTTAGE on Shore 160 60 street South and to morrow at the usual Side lot a desirablefeet with a small amount today party To hours Rev S C Mitchell the of cash could arrange to sell on easy weekly payments pastor officiating Mr James Gallahue who had been ill for many months died last Saturday evening at 7 oclock Funeral services from the Christian Church conducted by Rev Polk South Mr G W Brannon has returned home from a business trip to Casey county Mrs Virgie Featherston has returned home from a visit to friends at Stamping Ground FOR SALE would make a good dairy or stock farm It Is very desirably located and- is In an excellent neighborhood - GOOD TURNPIKE ACRES A FARM 2OF necessaryONImprovements and road miles from Frankfort This property has the usual 100 Â¬ FORSALE Â¬ Â¬ FOR SALE Frankfort on a good turnpike road with a residence of 6 rooms 2 tenement houses 2 to-Â¬ bacco and stock bams beside all other neces Â¬ sary Improvements All of the Improvements Including the fencing on thlspropertyorenew In tlrst clHss condition This farm has a and quantity of tine tobacco land und would also mak u first clans stock farm It also his a young peach orchard of a thousand trees besides other fruit Â¬ A FARM OF 253 ACRES 8 MILES FROM FOR SA LE Â¬ FOR SALE road S miles from Frankfort This proper Â¬ ty has moderate Improvements but Is well lo- Â¬ cated Is In a good t elghborhood and would make a very desirable home v FORREST FOR SALE FOE A FARM OF 136 ACRES ON GOOD TURNPIKE FOR SALE ments at Thorn Hill at a bargain OF FiyE ACRES WITH A GARDEN FARM rooms and other Improve residence of live property Â¬ Â¬ This will bo sold FOR RENT good 15 COTTAGE ROOMS A FRAME street we OF SEVENproperty laON Conway South Side This In repair and per month are authorized to rent It at L B MARSHALL in GO 1 - - Â¬ Fine Furniture i i Â¬ Â¬ Stop the Holes several mammoth editions of ChicarM m a iTAtr1rfna fKnUonnnrm Tnntl fiarS RhanhaVitaUzcr SAVED IY LIFES 1 go dailies both of whom will The plank walk on Second consider it thebatremeduforadeMitatedttmem MUtf 1IfA please accept our thanks ioriyflpoP8mji4iverorjvjuuu street west from Bridge has sevtrouble It excels f nee vo oh eral holes in it which may cause Rend the Ad HILOHVlXATARRH a broken leg or ankle and it would REMEDY The Racket Store comes to the be a good idea to have them fixed you Catarrh Trytbtenomody Itwili Have ffront to day with its usual all an- at once A dollars worth of relievo and Cure you rnoo ou eta xnio xu Jeotor tor Itasucoceaf ul troatmentlsfurnlshod a nouncement of great bargains plank now may save a damage Bhlloha Remedies pre Bold by iw oa guarantee to give satisfaction Head what Mr Jillsdn saysand suit for several thonsand dollars For sale by W McKee Hardie ithen call and see him after awhile II A LLS OLD STAND Jan 28 lr Â¬ T Â¬ sidewalk and fell breaking her limb and bruising herself severely We are indebted to Mr John She will likely be confined to bed Cures Consumption Coughs Croup Bora B Williams for late files of Denver for some time Throat Sold by all Druggists on m Guarantee For a Lame Side Back or Chest Shilohs Porous papers and Mrs S N Burdin for 5 cents Plaster will gire great iatltfaction Tliaiiks COMPLETE STOCK ilifsHILOHsl Of all the Newest and Prettiest wPllj CURE Patterns In order to make room SHILOHS VITALIZE for our largre stock of Fall goods we will offer special 1 I 11 mi XvO W FKLIC ES SON R ROGERS w jh fc r Is 4 fP fTTW H t i vSL to dispose our Preparatory we Changing Our Location stock of WXXjXj if ITaII D tickers oif1 Si And will defy competition both in price and quality of goods Eiv MONEY We ask our friends to call before purchasing as we will make it to their interest and will SAVE THEM We enumerate below a few of the items we carry in stock W Mixed Paints Brushes Glass Oils Lime General Hardware and Wall Paper Harness Whips Leather Lead L Cement Plaster Salt Sash Doors Blinds Wagons Wagon Material Surreys Iron Roofing Sewer and Flue Pipe Powder Shot Shells Gunsf Wire c Oor Main- and Lewis Streets - f C Pm M A COLLINS BURGIiARS ABOUT In Opposite the Farmers Bank WINTER TOURIST RATES tffl AN ELEGANT KECEPTION ki Tlxe Gun Exploded The c Misses Thomas Entertain From Eight to Twelve v 11 m X v m Ft 3 r - ET in I w V II lAv v t the at greatly reduced rates The Q into the store before the closing There is again much talk of the and C is noted as running solid hour concealed himself and was use of Paris green upon tobacco locked in After getting what he Our best physicians say it is liable vestibuled trains to Florida and New Orleans Direct line to wanted he drew the bolts of the to kill those who use the tobacco Southern Tourist Resorts Finest front door and went out leaving it land many growers say they believe trains in the South Ask your it is wrong to use the poison yet agent for tickets oyer the Queen open On Thursday night the grocery they cannot compete with those and Crescent he will quote you unscrupulous persons who will use rates or you can address guests the two on the left hand as McCoy on it regardless of of Messrs Howard consequence W C reception rooms for the hostesses St Clair street was entered by Very few growers want to use it Genl Pass Agt Rinearson O Cincinnati and the guests of honor who prizing aside the iron bars across and the Legislature should stop it were assisted in receiving by Mr one of the back windows sufficient- by statutory provisions 2228072 Sermon to Young Men and Mrs W Little of Muncie ly far to permit a small man to ladies not specially Our young These figures represent the Ind parents of Mrs Western squeeze through Twelve dollars inclined to matrimony are on the of bottles of Dr Kings New number Discov Â¬ A special sermon will be preachThomas Mrs L A Thomas ed to young men at Ascension in change was taken from the dodge for the widowers are loose ery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which were sold in the United in the land Miss Manriie Powell and Mrs Church to morrow evening StateB from March 01 to Maroh 92 at cash drawer and a lot of cigarettes It is announced that there will Two Million Two Hundred and George Darsie while the rooms cigars tobacco c carried off 730 by Rev W A Snively S next Twenty Eight Thousands Six Hun Â¬ be a political meeting at on the right were devoted to re- T D The police are at work upon Saturday afternoon The Jetts dred and Seventy Two bottles sold late rector of Trinity Populists in one year every freshments an elegant collation Church New Orleans the case and have the party who will have an orator on hand and bottle was sold and a each and guaran Â¬ All the on positve being served by Pargny of Louis young men of the city are es- committed the first robbery at Hon Lee A Owen will speak for tee that money would be refunded if results follow We have not satisfactory- secert did not success its ville Saxtons string band of pecially invited to attend use Theis of its and least located and it may turn out the Democracy learned if the Republican party plain It never disappoints and can concealed behind a Lexington that he was guilty of both everyone else will be welcome always be depended on as the very will be represented or not mass of potted plants and ferns While best remedy for Coughs Colds etc will be more the services Matrimonial Many persons are predicting a Price 50c and 100 At Phil Car Â¬ in the hU discoursed sweet music especially for Dr ycfung men 6 very hard winter and if their pre- penters Drug Store and together with merry faces Snivclvs sermon will be a good Mr Mont dictions be true there is just Pickett Morgan happy hearts and the laughing one for any person young or old gomery B Pickett of Chicago ahead much suffering for the poor Going Away chatter of conversation went to to hear and a large congregation youngest son of Prof J D Pick- Times are hard money scarce and Dr J S Coleman will leave make up a scene the memory of should be present The services ett late Superintendent of Public save bread stuffs alone everything shortly for New York where he is high Many who are able and which will linger long with all will be under the auspices of the Instruction will wed Miss Alma willing to work cant get empl6y will pursue further studies in his The Misses Thomas and Brotherhood of St Andrew present Anyone desiring to Morgan of Dover Mason county ment and yet those who might specnlty their assistants as hostesses were him in regard to eye nose on Wednesday next November make things just a little easier consult ear or throat trouble had better omnipresent seeing personally to A New Adjutant General 8th The young couple will leave continue to delay and obstruct do so at once of each guest and 92 the comfort legislation Lt them be of what f Gen A J Gross having re- shortly after the ceremony for a party they may the people will call the perfect success of the entertrip to Europe Queen and Crescent Magazine them to account tainment was the occasion of con- signed his position as Adjutant Ziegler A pretty Hammock Well friend Roundabout how gratulations to them on every side General of the State on account The Queen and Crescent Route home wedding was that of Mr about the Ohio elections Ohio is prepared to issue an elaborate A partial list of those present of being a candidate for State Lon Hammock and Miss Addie is usually a Republican State publication in magazine from de in addition to the receiving party Senator from His district Gov Brown on Wednesday appointed Ziegler which occurred Wednes- with a fair count however she srrinrive nt the rltffprpnr sprrinne includes cast her vote for Grover Cleveland of the South ttibutary to its lines of day evening at the residence of and once more Cripps Wickliffe Clny Paris Messrs Judge J Col nnd Mrs CM coming events Capitalists tourist and business in Bellepoint nnd Mesdnmes A F Respess H II Wat Louisville as his successor Judge the brides mother Gov men are not likdy to forget the cast their shadows before Bon John W R Williams Phythinn Saf Wickliffe came to this city and Rev J McClusky Blayney off- Neal if you please southern cities so long as the B Rodman Jas H entered upon the discharge of his iciating fell V L Clark T The parlor of the resiBulldofus Queen and Crescent Route can GrahamW H DadeW E Bradley John Wickl- dence was beautifully decorated reach them with this artistic pub- duties the same day Judge W Rodman S D Johnson G F Berry StrengtlijmdHeiiUli Hcation J M VanDerveer O R Crutoher iffe is a whole souled genial gentle- and the bridal parly which conCopy of this magazine will be n7t feeling strong and Geo L Willis Phil H Carpenter J man who will soon become popular sisted besides the bride and groom If you are 11 nwncu iu duy iiuuicm uu ici cipi Electric meters Gray McLean Henry 0 Murray Miss with our citizens to whom he is of her brother Mr John Ziegler healthy try has left you weak and of Ten Cents in Postage Stamps LaGriooe Rebeooa Averill Mrs VanBuren of Louis This unknown having been a mem- of Danville and her sister Miss weary use Electric Bitters Address ville Misses Maria Isabella and Cordelia not remedy acts directly on Liver Stom Ziegler as attendants standing ach and Kidneys gently aiding those W C RlNEARSOX Lindsey Laura Maria Lizzie and May ber of the Legislature and Clerk Pepper Rose Crittenden Rebecoa John of the Senate before the War and under the arch of flowers pre- organs to perform their functions If Genl Passr Agt Cincinnati O neaaacne son Mary Mason Scott Minnie Scott District Attorney under the last sented a most charming effect you are attiicted with sick permanent you will And BDeedy and MfHy Morris Pattie Williams Mayme Only a eyv invited guests were relief by taking Electric Bitters One Dr Holes Household Ointment Julia McClure Cleveland administration Bull Margaret Lewis trial will convince you that this is the present The happy young couple remedy you need Large bottles Is the finest remedy in the world Nellie Orbison Moore of Georgetown 50 cents at Phil Carpenters It absolutely cures catarrh OIt cures A Frankfort Boy Gets There train for a only store on the C left Maggie May Thomasson Gertrude South 3 drug JNeuraigia ana Rheumatism Cures Christine- Reynolds Adelma Crutoher Eva short bridal trip Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum Mr Joe A Black formerly of Maoklin Maggie Taylor Henrietta Black in the most soothing manner Cures Dedication Thurman Brawner Mr Elisha Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids burn Merrie Gillum Mary and Ruth Ely this city youngest son of Dr E Cures Coughs and Colds Can be Lollie Snarling Mrs J L Price Mrs H Black now of Stamping Thurman and Miss Emma Braw The new Catholic Church at taken internally A positive specific Caswell Bennett and Messrs W E Baxter Ground has been appointed post- ner were married Wednesday Georgetown Sunday morning No for pneumonia Outs Bruises Burns George lt Payne Thomas Averill John Chilblains Sores of long standing Missouri evening at Antioch Church this vember 5th at 11 oclock with Corns and Bunions are cured quickly m Cannon Lindsey Hale Will Hall Marvin master at Carrollton ine peo- different from all else superior to all impressive ceremonies Averill Frank Bull Noble Lindsoy Jumes where he has been residing for the county by Rev Polk South ple of Frankfort Paris and sur- else it has no equal 25 and 50o boxes Crutoher Riohard VanDerveer Will Mc last eight or ten years The marriage of Mr C E Col rounding towns are invited to at- Large size cheapest Sold at Carpen Clure Will Lewis Fayette Hewitt George 8 lins of the hardware firm of C E tend An elegant dinner will be ters drug store Hunt J S Coleman G H Mastin R P Whip Far and Fare from Frankfort 75 M A Collins this city and Miss spread Miles Norvo and Livor Fills Pepper jr Tilford Clarke Joseph Le Not on this brand continent alone but In cents from Paris 50 cents Det Laughlin of Scott county is Com p to J MoC Blayney Ira Julian malarial breeding tropical regions In Ciuate CD Bercaw Act on a new principle regulating Oraik Jackson Attilla Norman Joe Rod malu Mexico South America the Isthmus of announced to take place a White the liver stomach and bowels though G P A Panama and elsewhere Hostetters Stomach man Ohas Ray James Banta and others Rev the nerves A new discovery Dr Eltters uflords to Inhabitants and sojourners Sulphur on the 22d inst MileB PIUb speedily cure biliousness The miner the Father McGinley will be the offi protection against malaria U S A San Captain Sweeney liver piles constipa Â¬ Mr Gaines a Candidate freshly arrived Immigrant the tiller of the Diego Ortl says Shilohs Catarrh bad taste torpidfor men women and The groom is a Remedy is the first medicine I have tion Splendid virgin soil newly robbed of Its forest by the axe ciating minister Smallest superb nntl In another column will be found of the pioneer tliul In the tliu poisonous febrlle very popular young man in this ever found that would do me any children for 25 cents mildest surest Samples doses specific a preserver against mias good Price 60 cents Sold by w 50 WGayles Frankfort Ky froo at In natural re ma which In vast 45 ly J the announcement of Mr W T sources Is vet fertllH districts rich It annihilates citv and his many friends con JVIcKee Hardie 21 in diseases having secured uuwuim juiu gratulate him upon uisurutrn ui win tuuuuicu iivor Gaines as a candidate for Jailer flos those who use it against rhemnatlo ailments for life so fair a prize For Rent A front room on Infuses as a partner breed He is a well known citizen will genial and fostered by aoutdoor exposure rigorous The bride is a young lady who has you weak Main street suitable for office by warmth Into irame chilled Imrur of make a strong race and if elected temperature and robs miststheir power to laden many friends here who will welworn out take f Address M this office and morning and evening and vapors with hurtfulness strengthens tho weak and con BROWNS IRON BITTERS come her as a resident of our city 52 tf make a faithful officer quers Incipient kidney trouble Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The society event of the season was the reception given by the Misses Thomas at the elegant family mansion on Washington street Tuesday evening from eight to twelve in honor of Mr Western B Thomas of Anderson Ind and his beautiful bride The four first floor rooms of the main part of the house were thrown open to the use of the Henry Lee colored who lives on Fowler street South Side was out hunting Thursday morning and in attempting to fire off the gun he was carrying an old army musket the barrel exploded blowing the lock off which struck him in the face tore his cheek terribly and put out his right eye It is feared that he will also lose the sight of his left eye through sympathy The gun had not been fired for a long time and it is supposed had two loads in it Lee has been employed for some time as a warehouse hand at the Hermitage Distillery Two Stores Robbed Nights Queen and Crescent Route Cojd and dry Miss Nannie Vanderventer is Round trip tickets to Lookout visiting in Lexington Mountain Tenn On Wednesday night the gro Fbrida and Mr Harry Stafford and wifef of Georgia points Asheville N C cerv of Mr P A Fuhs was New Orleans La Mexico City robbed of a small amount of Peaks Mill are visiting Mrs Le Havana Compte at this place c c will be placed money and some few small articles Mr R J Fogg has returned on sale by the Queen and Crescent It is supposed the thief sneaked Route on and after November 1st Fair from Two sa Ia Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m Â¬ Â¬ 4 Â¬ 5 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ I I Â¬ VS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ ii M - I - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 111111 If Â¬ Â¬ all feel If V irrr l mm f tvt tTTf yr T I fOTT Ww S T t -- s - 3 i S HARD wnRmiifriitBTawiwwnwfMJ DOLLARS SHED I To do it you must come to us We have left about 150 of the Fire Overcoats from our Louisville house going fast at 50 CENTS SHOES Ladies SI 125 150 up ON THE CLOTHING 125 150 up to 9 LLAR UNDERWEAR BOYS Mens S125 150 200 Boys SI 125 150 up to 4 up to S7 to 5 Boys Suits 200 Mens suits 5 750 800 1000 1200 up to S25 to 7 per suit Agents for the celebrated up Mens 90c SI 8150 Jar os suit 50e 75c 1 L50 2 -- cm Hats Trunks Bags Rugs Gloves Mitts All to be had at 25 per cent less than any other house can name 1 m s CRTJTCHER An Old Mans Letter Putnam Co STARKS Â¬ a m Nev Maysville Indiana J a v beware if you have any of the follow- - J eVtbeneX t oie itig symptoms Short Breath Pain in or the m afedloal B ref unded Bcience BtoP Jt absolutely potent Ankles Asthmatic Breathing Woak blood cleanser strength restorer and Hungry Spells Tenderness i nnd flesh builder anouiaer ana Arm Fluttering or Heart or Irregular Pulse These symptoms The worst Nasal Catarrh no mat mean heart disease The most reliablo remedy is Dr ter of how long standing is porma- Miles New Heart Ouro which has nently qured by Dr Sages Catarrh saved thousands of lives Book of Remedy testimonials free at J W Qayles who also sells the Now Heart Ouro 1 For Sale or Rent My house on West Main street at present years For Rent New cottage of six occupied by Col Corbetts family We hear much said about hard rooms No 44 Broadway For Possession given immediately When I came to this terms apply on premises 9 tf times Mrs W B Rodman 52 tf Â¬ I I dont recollect Hardinsville whether in the morning or night I was so young and it has been a good long time and I have forgotten but know I was there I grew up upon the farm until I was 1 8 years old when- - I went to Lawrenceburg and learned the tailors trade In 1829 went to Connersville and carried on the business with Sanford Monday Married in 1832 and moved into the southwest part of Shelby county where I continued working at my trade for two years and then came to this county in December I have seen many changes 1836 1 and some pretty hard times lost my wife in 1846 and she left In me with four small children I married again and three 1849 I raised children was the result only three the seven children but My last wife of them are living died in 1869 and I traveled for several years to see the country but I have now settled for the balance of my life I have two sons one is in California practicing medicine and the other is a Baptist minister living in Ladoga My oldest ten miles from here son has nine hundred acres in a stock ranch and plenty of stock upon it but there is no money in that country My health has been I live here poor for two years with my and only daughter and have been confined to my room and bed for over two Â¬ -son-in-law Editoi Roundabout Dear Sir Suffer an old man in the 84th year of his age to give your readers a few ideas of his I was exDerience of hard times born if I had not been I never would have come to Indiana but I On will tell you where and when day of August 8 10 the eleventh in Franklin county Kentucky rather between Bridgeport and country spice bush and sassafras We did were our tea and coffee not complain of hard times we were satisfied with the country Corn was 2x2 cents per bushel potatoes the same wheat 37 y cents per bushel labor 37 cents a day and a day was twelve hours We knew but little about hard times Many changes have taken place but few are living who were here han and I am the oldest man living who resided here Many have crossin those days ed the dark waters and I am left but for what purpose I do not My greatest interest is to know be ready when the Master calls for Â¬ IiOUISVIIiLTS TOBACCO MAR KET FURNISHED BYGLOVEK DURRETT Wo ANXO LTXCEMEXTS For lleprcciitnlivc are authorized to announce L J COX as a rorre elecrloa as Representative of Franklin county In the next Legislature subject to the action r the Democratic party 44 tr candidate CHAS T RA Y Attorney at Law FRANKFORT KY Office in the Hume Building I LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Sales on our market for the week just closed amount to 2070 hhds with For Senator receipts for the same period of 590 hhds Sales on our market since Jan- Â¬ We ara authorized to irinrmiici- - Hon W V candidate uary 1st amount to 1150S0 hhds Sales STEPHENSON of Mercer couutv as a to tuencirom this ofthecropof 1892 on our market to ror senator ijjinocnmcdistrict subject nun 01 iuB party me I have a fort older than myself if he still living I have not heard from He was in him for some time poor health when I heard from him i brother in South Frank- Â¬ last much pleased with the If mv health will permit I will visit Frankfort in the I am Roundabout future J J3aMAYllALL The brother the writer speaks of Mr TJMayhall is still living but from the infirmities of age has been confined to the house for several years and is now bedfast Why - Dont You Stop i These words are very familiar to our readers as not a day Masses with 11 i lf J i1 i which Most charm the maid of twenty ROBERT G LORE J T TAYLOR And though Sjr Jack lias skinny arms And legs as thin as pheasants one How TAYLOR GLOBE Elno Who much admires his presentsi No woman has any real admiration for a mans presence unless the man has a good physique legs and arms well fllfed out You cant be well looking if you suffer from any of the prepared to do all kinds of diseases caused by a disordered liver stone and brickwork on short or impure blood dyspepsia billious notice and in the best style ness and scrofulous affections Dr Pierces Goldon Medioal Discovery is PRICES REASONABLE this date amount to 116229 hhds S lortcutaml iiuioiceit between Our market this week has shown For Jailor rather more activity for all grades of barley tobacco The offerings of the We are authorized to announce W T GAINES CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT week embraced 24 hogsheads of new as a candidate for Jailor of Franklin county crop burlev the prices ranging from subject to the action Of the Democratic paity Only direct Hue between 390 to 1275 We are authorized to announce 11 F SHOW The following quotations fairly rep- Â¬ ALTER as a candidate for Jailor of FranKlIn Frankfort Georgetown and Paris Car resent our market for hurley to- Â¬ county subject to the action of the Demoeiutlc party bacco 1892 cron lisle Fal Â¬ Maysville Cynthiana Trash dark or damaged Police Judge 4 00 4 50 tobacco mouth and Covington We are authorized to announce W C HERN 5 50 Common Colory trash 4 50 DON as a candidate for Police Judge of the City Medium to good colory of Frankfort subject to the action of the Demo ASK FOR TICKETS VIA KY MIDLAND 50 cratic party 5 50 trash 50 Common lugs not colory 4 50 5 50 50 For Superintendent of Public TRAINS flUN BY CENTRAL Common Colory lugs STANDARD TIME Medium to good colory Schools 8 50 lugs 7 50 We are authorized to announce Mls LUCY IlME TABLE MAY27 Iblf3 9 00 PATTIE as a candidate for superintendent of Common to medium leaf 8 00 Public Schools for Franklin county hubject to A M i m 9 00 14 00 the action of the Democratic party Medium to good leaf im TRAINS K AST No 1 No 8 No 7 10 00 14 00 Good to fine leaf Mi 2G te Select wrappery styles 10 00 26 00 Lv Frankfort 70U 12 45For City Maivslinl 840 Lv Summit 7lij 346 1265 We are authorized to announce D B JEKFERS Lv Elkhoin 8 52 711 110 When Jack calls on Miss Elnora as a candid tte for re election to the offlce of City LvSvvltzer 718 400 125 He always brings her plenty Marshal subject to the action of the Democratic Lvstunmlntr Ground 729 411 145 Lv Duvall 730 of flowers and chocolate bonbons party 418 165 I Kentucky Midland By Tr 1 Â¬ A - Mg KllZibeth Ar Purls LV Lv Georgetown Lv 0 S Depot Lv Newtown Lv Ontievllle Lv Johimon B 0 I 82il 3C 142 749 76a 818 810 424 4 31 4 6 11 612 616 625 I tit A IttAtfta J v WKST No 2 ill l u No 4 205 220 245 805 320 390 345 M a H I1 WW d A CONTRACTORS SotS l Oct 21 8in Stainplnu Ground Ar Swltzer Ar Elkhorn ArjSummlt A Ar Frunkfort Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar hurls Ar Elizabeth Centervllle Newtown Georgetown Duvall C S o 9V0 B 1010 1017 1023 1030 1042 1049 1060 1105 J05 015 Depot 024 949 61 080 6S5 fi 60 b0 600 42 No8Nol2 1 Johnson 648 665 7 08 749 803 832 862 905 015 929 613 627 463 443 425 ai2 721 715 780 L S Sheep for Sale O A connects with L N C B connects with Q connects with K C and I time HAVE FOR SALE 100 HEAD OF FIRST cIiish ewes which I will selion Mx mouths Also a few Shropshire und South Down bucks thut I will sell cheap SOUTH TRIMBLE nugZG tf Forks of Elkhorn Ky Effective May 27th and during the summer IoIIowIhk Sunday schedule will be In eftect SUNDAY TRAINS the leaves Frankfort 745 u m Georgetown 840 arrives ut Paris 916 a m No 3 leaves Frankfort 840 p m Georgetown 450 5 25 p in arrives at Paris Wkst No 0 leaves Paris 9 30 a m George- Â¬ town 10 05 arrives Fraukfort ll05n m No 4 leaves Paris 560 pm Georgetown 030 arrives at Frankfort 730 p in The Kentucky Midland Railway and connec Â¬ tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all points north south eaBt and west OF SEVEN ROOMS LOCATED For further Information apply to their lueents on Conway street south side Is offered tor C D BER0AW E B WEITZEL sale at a bargain For terms apply to City Ticket Agent Gen Puss Aut Oct7 tf WMCORMWELL GEO B HARPER Gen Supt No 6 East FORSAJLE X3Zo use and Hot Ah