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Digital page images are linked to the text file. mJSSm Trr- iS Wr jr TiVf i v The VOL XVII Council Proceedings Fmmfokt Eousbabout A v 1 GEO A LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS 11 TERMS 100 In Advanoe FRANKFORT KY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 1893 NO 10 W a u m fev K Jfr v ir Tf KSV fcV U Ift m- - W Sei Pv ft h LjWi t V - fci 1 fl Thursday Nov 9 93 Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Report Councilmen Ellwangerand Watson present President Milam and all the Friday Nov 3 1893 The election ordinance was members of the council except The President and all the mem- read a second time and passed James N Miles were present bers of the council were present telegram was received from A The reading of the minutes of The minutes of the last meet Prof Nelson stating that his agent the last meeting wis dispensed ing were read and approved at Cleveland had wired him that with The Mayor turned over all the work on the iron for the new A telegram was received by correspondence in his hands in re- bridge was progressing very rap- Mayor Tobin from Prof Nelson lation to the hale of the St Clair idly stating that the shipment of the street bridge bonds to W Ni A letter was also received by iron for the St Clair street bridge Harris of Chicago and asked Mayor Tobin from the King was about ready to commence and Too Handy With Guns Wants to be Judge that the same be filed away Bridge Company which stated asking that all talk in relation to One hundred from the Midland that they would push their work postponement be silenced Squire J D Moore is thinking Jim Wilson a drunken negro coupons bonds representing the as rapidly as possible and hoping The resolution making Mayor went into a grocery down ini the very strongly of announcing himinterest were presented to the that the council would bear with Tpbins salary at the rate of lower end of the city Sunday self as a candidate for County council they having been paid them giooo per year from June 14 to morning and becoming noisy the Judge If he should conclude to and the chairman of the finance Some six or eight bids were re the expiration of his term was proprietor asked two other color- do so he will make both a hustling committee was instructed to de ceived for building the pavements read a second time and unani- ed men to take him away Lu race and a faithful officer if elect- Â¬ stroy them which he did in the on Wilkinson Mero and the South mously adopted cian Morton one of the men took ed 4 presence of the council Side The bids were opened but The ordinance in relation to the Wilson by the arm led him across Hows ThiaP Petition of America Wooldridge further action was deferred until improvement of Second street the street and was turning to leave asking a rebate of taxes paid Wednesday night when the work We offer One Hundred Dollars Re was read a second time and him when Wilson drew a pistol The clerk will be let The bids were referred ward for any case of Catarrh thai twice on her property and shot at Morton the ball graz- can not be cured by taking Halls adopted was directed to draw his warrant to the street committee and en- Â¬ Catarrh Cure Mr Furr offered an ordinance ing his coat sleeve P J Ohenby Co Props Toledo O same for gineer who are to report at that governing contested election cases Tuesday afeernoon about 1 We the undersigned have known The bond of the Street Railway time P J Cheney for the last 15 years and A committee composed of Col oclock Mose Love and Dick believe hlrn perfectly honorable in Company was approved and filed The council then adjourned un- J W Pruett D M Woodson and Ritchie two young negroes got all business transactions and finan Â¬ away cially able to carry qui any obliga Â¬ til Wednesday night Capt Ed Drane from the citi- into a difficulty at the corner of tions made by the firm The street committee were re zens meeting at the court house Clinton and Washington streets West Trnax Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio quested to ascertain what had appeared before the council and when both pulled their pistols and Walding Rinnan Marvin Whole Â¬ Wednesday Nov 8 93 been done by the City Engineer in sale Druggists Toledo Ohio asked the concurrence of the com- begpn shooting at each other Halls Catarrh Cure is taken interÂ¬ relation to the repairs ordered on President Milam and all the mittee of the council in making Ten shots were fired but strange nally acting directly open the blood Wilkinson street ordered to be councilmen were present mucous sarfecos of the sy stain arrangements for the reception of to say only one of the participants and 76c per bottle Sold by all Price made by the Street Railway Com The reading of the minutes of the River and Harbor Committee in the fight received a slight wound druggists pany and to order them to re the last meeting were dispensed The joint committees were to and none of the by standers were pdir crossings they had torn up with meet in the council chamber Fri- hit The report to be made to the Petition of Wm P Willis ask day morning at 830 oclock to All Of the above parters were council at its meeting Monday ing rebate on taxes was refused arrested and lodged in jail make final arrangements night The bids for curbing guttering Mr Gray then moved the pre Far and Wide The election ordinance was then and paving on Wilkinson streets vious question on the ordinance Not on this broad continent alone but In taken up and finished were then taken up and the city presented by Mr Furr The vote malarial breeding tropical regions In Guate salary of the Tax Collector engineer having made estimates on The mala Mexico South America the Isthmus of being taken it resulted yeas 6 Panama and elsewhere llostettera Stomach was dertermined by the following thenii the contract was awarded to Bitters affords to Inhabitants and sojourners nays 2 protection against malaria vper ccntages viz The miner the Pat Noonan and the city attorney The council then adjourned to freshly arrived Immigrant the tiller of the On collections of taxes 1st was instructed to draw up conBlanket Sale This Week virgin forest by meet again Friday evening at of the soil newly robbed of itssuperb ntitl the sixe pioneer tlud in the rebrlte per cent on taxes 2d tract with Mr Noonan for the month specific a pres rver against the poNonous mias worth 7 oclock 15 pair Blankets at Si ma which In vast districts rich In natural re 1 per cent without a penmonth faithful performance of his work Ic anulliilaes sources Is yet fertile in diseases Si 50 disorders of the stomach liver and bowels alty being added on collections He was given until next Tuesday Good bye George those wliou to Itagaltiot rheumatic allmeu s 15 pair Blankets at Si 25 worth breed and fostered by outdoor exposure lnfues per cent and a pen to file his bond 3d month In case he failed genial warmth into a rame chilled by rigorous 175 of their harm MrN George B Hunt who fori temperature anil robs inl ts and power to laden 15 pair Blankets at Si 75 worth alty of 1 per cent which goes to to file bond by that time the morning and evening vators with the Collector on collections 4th work was to be let to the next the past three years has been u quershurttulness strengthens the weak and con 2 50 incipient kidney trouble 20 pair Wool Blankets at S3 00 month 2 per cent penalty which lowest bidder Yeas 6 nays o valued employe of the Farmers worth A Noted Itaccr Dead goes to the Collector On all The work is to be completed in Bank of this city left for his old 20 pairs Wool Blankets at 350 months after 4th month 5 per six weeks from the time it is com- home in Mississippi Wednesday Longfellow Mr Frank Harpers worth S500 After a visit of a few noted race horse and sire of numer- 18 pair Wool Blankets at S500 afternoon cent penalty all of which goes to menceddays to relatives at Greenville he ous fine racers died at the home worth 700 After 90 days the Collector Mr Ellwanger offered a reso These are the best values ever from the time the books go into lution fixing the salary of Mayor takes the train for San Francisco of his owner near Midway Sun and sails from the Golden Gate day night from an attack of colic offered in Frankfort his hands 33 per cent with a Tobin at the rate of Another large shipment of Wool 1000 a City for Hong Kong China penalty of 25 per cent on the year from June 14 to the time His get ran1312 Underwear was received last week aged 26 years Mr Hunt will be private secre- races and won Can fit poll taxes where people have no his term expires and they are beauties Yeas 6 nays 1059774 anybody and can suit anybody in tary to his father who is the real estate The report of the o and prices American Consul at that place Hard to swal quality committee was adopted The city engineer under direcCanton Flannels good 5 6j low the great griping Mr Miles from the workhouse tions of the street committee pre- He is a very bright young man i anc I0 cents a yard pill and yj4 and should make an excellent committee reported that the salary sented a diagram of the work pair Misses Hose ribbed thats not the 48 hardest part of regular made fast black sizes of the Marshal shall be 50 per with specifications for the improve- secretary During his stay in this either Your it only 6 to Sj4 at 15 cents worth 25 troubles are month with the addition of all ments on Second street from the city George was pet of the town beginning when you get it down cents a pair fees to which he shall be entitled corner of Bridge to Judge Dranes everyone he met being his friend Dress Goods and Dress TrimIts all non sense You con The report was received and line The estimate furnished con- A large crowd was at the depot to mings in all the desirable shades get mora good adopted templates an expenditure of Si bid him farewell and many a tear ing to 8uffor for it with Dr and without hav can be bought for 20 per cent less Pierces Pleasant The ordinance as a whole was 600 which is very low for the im was shed from the eyes of both Pellets Not merely temporary good but than you can buy them for elsehelp that lasts In a perfoctly easy and nat where All shades in Trimming then adopted provement to the citys property sexes there being quite a number ural way they cleanse and regulato the whole Silks and Velvets can be had at system and keep it regulated Sick and Mr Gray then reported that a Mr Gray moved that the work of young ladies in the crowd and Bilious Headucho Constipation Indigestion way down low prices J Dia tnem gooaIIDye in true Bilious Attacks and all derangements of the telegram had been received an- be done and the motion was ijeorge 111 Stamped Goods of all kinds liver stomach and bowels are promptly ro Uewd and permanently cured nouncing that the River and Har adopted unanimously by the coun- Kentucky style Drapery Silks and Fringes to Thoyro tho original Liver Pills the small also a complete assortest easiest and best to take and thoyro the ftjatch bor Committee of Congress would cil An Old Favorite cheapest for theyre guaranteed to glv ment of Knitting Silks Filo arrive in this city next Friday satisfaction or your money is returned Dr James the President of the you get Cora Van Tassell who with her You pay only for the good medicines This Roman Rope and all other kinds and moved that a committee of Health Board appeared before is true only of Dr Pierces and everything in the Novelty A the council be appointed to act in the council and recommended that company played several engage- vials perfect vest pocket remedy ain small line you can find here at rock and only one necessary for dose with the citizens they order all our people vaccinat- ments in this city and was quite conjunction bottom prices The S C and H andS corsets The fo- Â¬ ed and that a sufficient number a favorite here is now playing in Adopted committee G towns in the central the best brands made from 50 llowing gentlemen embrace the of physicians be employed to do the smaller cents up every pair warranted to Gray Ellwanger the work quickly and thoroughly part of the State committee fit My motto is Quick Sales and OTKCB- McClure Mayor Tobin and Chair The matter was referred to the Mr W M Torry who has boon in Small Profits as Prices Tell and at Elkton man Milam Everybody Tells the Prices when health committee to report back the drug business years says Ky for Cham the past twelve they buy their goods at The council then adjourned un to the next meeting berlains Cough Remedy givos bettor any other cough than til to morrow night Mr Swigert moved that when satisfactionI have ovor sold Thore medicine the council adjourn it be to meet is good reasons for this No other wiU euro a cold so quiokly no other Saturday November 4 93 again to morrow night is so certain a preventive and ouro MAIN STREET ex- for oroup no other affords so muoh 334 The council then went into President Milam and all the NO 319 MAIN STREET NEAR STATE in cases of whooping cough relief NATIONAL BANK members of the council except ecutive session FRANKFORT KY For salo by J W Gaylo Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ R Baking Powder 1 ABSOLUTELY PURE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ il Â¬ 3 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ V 1 Â¬ -9 Si Wui Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BTEINS Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fortl-flo- 1 Â¬ Â¬ S3-75- - IS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i -- Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ ed Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ H MATTEL Â¬ Â¬ Plitiiiijlcr HARTSTEIFS Â¬ n A vjmf r f P5fr 2 wiwwr n T rny TXl wqgi wPfl fwyiv prt PERSONATj Mr VilI Kavannugh was In Louis ville on Monday Miss Lou Morris has returned from a visit to Shelby ville Mr John T Buckley will leave to day for Now York City Mr Tilford Olark of Lexington spent Tuesday in this city Col W 0 P Breckinridge was in the city Wednesday night Mr John Wallace of Lexington is spending the week in this city Miss Hallio Herndon of Lexington is visiting relatives in this oity Mr Joseph LeCompte of Lexing- Â¬ ton was in the city on Monday Mr Ed Harris of Pittsburgh is visiting his parents in this city Mr James W Blackburn spent a few hours in this city Monday even Â¬ ing Misses Mattie R and Annie Knott of Louisville spent Thursday in this city Mrs Urey Woodson and children of Owensboro are at the Capital Hotel Mrs Mary Heffner has been quite sick at her home on Broadway this week Mr S French Hoge is at home from Homeoville Illinois on a visit to his parents Mr Robert R Giltner of Emi- Â¬ nence came up to the hop Tuesday evening Mrs R P Stranghm of Eminence is visiting her cousin Miss Morris on Lewis street Miss Fannie Morris of Shelbyville is visiting her aunt Miss Morris at Â¬ Matrimonial 328 Lewis street Little Marie Mastin who has been very ill for several weeks was not so well yesterday Mr William R Chate has returned from theWorlds Fair and a visit to friends in Chicago Mr Joseph Robinson and wife hae returned from their trip to Texas and Hot Springs Arkansas Major Henry T Stanton has re Â¬ turned from Washington where he spent the past two months Miss Nettie Parker of Lexington who has been visiting friends here returned home Wednesday Miss Anita Muldoon of Louisville came up Thursday from Louisville to attend the funeral of Mrs Ann Mor- Â¬ ris Senator Wm Lindsay wife and duaghter and Mrs Holmes returned home from Washington on Monday nierht Rev W C Taylor leaves to day for Covington where he will fill the I Wood Holkman Mr William Wood of Kensee Ky and Miss Nora Holeman of this city were Wt OUtt 601 I KlWt I I 147Wt quietly married Wednesday morns ing at the Catholic parsonage by ImRev Father1 W E Gorey mediately after the wedding the Property of W BBrldge-I 4916U 4910U ttUGtt N happy couple left on the L lord and Henry Ahler Pi 1 train for their future home in I Whitley county Dan Mr Gorman Downey D Lexington and Miss Gorman of 60ft 4916ft 60ft 4916ft i9Mt maSlLmmmm Josie Downey of this county will be married ar the Church of the Good Shepherd on Tuesday next the 14th inst Location is first class It is on one of the highest points in the city It is near the river and on the Kavanagh Hill Cards are new electric street car line Water and gas in front of the property For terms call on wedding of Mr Wm out for the Kavanagh and Miss Blanche Hill which will take placcat the AUgi 3m Catholic Church in this city on the 22d insThe bride is the W J CHINN daughter of Mr W S B Hill Sergeant-at-Arm- s ATVQXSWT AT StAW of the Court of Will practice in all State Courts Of Appeals while the groom is the Crowds and pushing of last year Do you remember it fice second floor Custom House son of the late Wm Kavanagh ROOM the popular hardware merchant Hundreds could not get in FARM 20 clerks could not serve the crowd FOR SALE France Hill The engagement the house Such was the success of the of Miss Mary Hill of Lexington BLUE FARM ADJOINING L A FINERailroad GRASSand 0110 half miles from N daughter of Gen Sam E Hill one Frankfort near Glens Creek turnpike The farm consists of late Adjutant General and Mr Again we are loaded to the brim with the largest stock in the city Albert France of the same city 60 ACRES OF LAND is announced Heavily set In blue grass and In fine condition for cultivating having been In crass for fifteen Shipman Witherspoon years There are two dwelling houses on the Rev place and all necessary outbuildings also two never fulling springs This is a very desirable TO Thos J Shipman and Miss Ella farm for a dairyman or tobacco raiser Possession will be given to buyer at any time Terms very V Witherspoon came to this city Come and see our goods and prices reasonable For further Information call on or JIHS NORA SULLIVAN address from Lawrenceburg Wednesday Nov 4 lm On premises morning and were quietly mar- HOLIDAY OPENING OF DECEMBER ried at the residence of Rev W C Taylor Rev Mr Loving per- forming the ceremony AND The following marriage licenses were issued by County Clerk N HOGSHEAD FACTORY B Smith this week Thos E Clark and Eliza Ann PURCHASED THE PLANING MILL Johnson HAVING tobacco hogshead factory of Messrs Congleton Bros I am prepared to furnish J W Ashley and Nannie C DOORS Waits SASH t BLINDS Lindsey Moreland and Ida FRASIES SUINGLFS stock i Bramble TURNED WORK STAIK WORK C M Penn and Minnie Ellis v01 i AND ALL KINDS James B Ellis and Maggie J S Rambo Blouse R Thos J Shipman and Ella V as well as tobacco hogsheads Factory one nnd a Witherspoon half blocks from Post Ofllce on river front For Sale on Terms to Suit the Times J AIXiST 1 Â¬ Â¬ o i n - bitokXjEy SUCH A RUSH aroasttv T AT A PREMIUM JR Â¬ Jw STANDING Mall Profit Plan 4fcta i jNi 3 10000 FBESENTS SELECT FROM Â¬ RACKET STORE CO PLA1OTG MILL 13 JOE T STATEN Have purchased the entire fi -- OF- Finish For a Church Tinsley Hurt Church Tinsley Adams Express Messenger on the Ken- tucky Mitlland Railway Was seri ously injured 1 hursday morning while in the express car The train was going at flll speed when the engineer discovered some cattle on the track ahead and being too close upon them to scare them off with the whistle he put on the air brakes and checked the train suddenly which caused a pile of trunks in the express car to topple over on Mr Tinsley bruised him up terribly He was brought to his home in this city where he is now confined to bed Mr FURNITURE Of Frankfort Furniture facturing Co Senator Allen spoke 14i hpurs in U S Senate on Silver bill Tt will not take 3 minutes to convince you of bar gains founcf at our store Â¬ A share of public patrpnage Is solicited R CHOATE Sept 2 ly pulpit at the First Baptist Church morrow Afva ATo T to- Â¬ f take otikcie MONON ROUTE The Direct and Popular Line to Toiifia iV k Vinci Kaan visiting relatives in Louisville for several weeks returned home Thurs j day morning Hon Ike Quigley the newly elected representative from McOracken coun ty and candidate for Speaker arrived in the city Wednesday night Messrs Thaddeus Smith and Ed- Â¬ ward Wardroper of Pelee Canada and Mr Charles Mills of Sandusky Ohio were in the city Tuesday the guests of Mr John E Miles Mr Joe Poe and wife of Brooks ville Bracken county and Mr Emery Poe and wife of Leesburg Harrison county spent several days the first of the week with the family of Mr G M Qalbraith IIrc In the Country Mr W P Hampton of Louisville Mrs Emma Conway of Owensboro The section house near Benson and Mrs Al Smith of Cincinnati N railroad were in the city this week having station on the L been summoned hereon account of was destroyed by fire on Thursthe illness and death of their sister day The loss falls heavily upon Mrs Ann Morris Mr Tim McNamara the section Misses7 Lucy and Anna Botts of boss as almost all of his furniture Frankfort were visitors to the family of their brother Mr H 0 Botts last was destroyed with it Miss Lelia Wilson having week Births concluded a visit of several weeks to her mother Mrs It D Bedford re Bowles In this city on Tues turned to her home in Franklin day November 7 1893 to Mr county Tuesday Midway Clipper Claude Bowles and wife a daugh- Â¬ Oapt W E Hunt wife and children of Greenville Mississippi ter are visiting Mrs Hunts mother Mrs A Millions Friend John A Crittenden on Third street A friend in need is a friend indeed Oapt Hunt and daughter Miss Vir Â¬ less than one million people and ginia and son Mr George will leave havenot found just such a friend in Dr in a few days for Hong Kong where Kings New Discovery for Consump Â¬ Oapt Hunt has been appointed U S tion Coughs and Colds If you have Consul but Mrs Hunt and her other novor used this Groat Cough Medi oine one trial will convince you that daughter will spend the winter here it has wonderful curative powers in all diseases of Throat Chest and bottle guaranteed to For Rent A front room on Lungs Eacholaimod isor money will do all that is Main street suitable for office be refunded Trial bottles Iree at Address M this office Phil Carpenters Drug Store 1 Lurgo bottles 6O0 and 100 52 tf I a Manill- Â¬ CHICAGO And all Points NORTH and WEST 4 Vestibuled rains Dining Car Services Palace Chair Cars Pullman Buffet Sleepers And Only First Clas ss Accommodations vox further Information Address S L Bryan C P A W H Crush D Pi Ar i JrAAAArrAAAAAiWrAAAAiHrAAAAj i 226 ANN STREET LOUISVILLE KY OR Â¬ Jas Barker GLP A Chicago 111 Chesapeake HEW Ohio Ry WASHING Â¬ C M PHILADELPHIA TON BOSTON and all Eastern iisi Shortest 109 WHAT DOES IT MEAN It meant that thaQuten and Creitent limit Ii 17 jnllti ihortnt Vctwctn Cmclnnutl and lexiiittiiii 43 mile ihortett Cincinnati to UK minyliam W mllei ihortit CludnuiUi to New Orlvimi urn milci iliortet Cincinnati to Chattanooga Atlanta or JaekionvilL Florida Line between LOUISVILLE LEXINGTON ml EASTERN POINTS Time card In effect Nov 1st EAST BOUND 1892 SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS between all of the alior polnti Through Can to Ylokifcurjr and Mirete port OuJr tin running through can Cincinnati to KnoxTills and Direct lino to Texui and Mexico via Now Orleani or Aiherllle N C Aik ngenti about touri to California Krum LouliTille via Rhrertiort Fhelbjrville and Lawrencihurg direct conneetlon la mad at Lexington lth vitlbulwl train to all poluti BoutB W 0 RINEAU80N Oenl IViir Agent Cincinnati 0 UtSUrllnic Accom Atlanta Express No 22 dally Midland Accom No 20 dally ex Sun Vestibuled Express No 24 dally WEST BOUND Lve Lexington 7 16 a V 11 40 pm NoiiSdalyx Suu580rN 615 a m Arr Lexington Lixlngton Accom No 27 dally oxSun 8 00 a h W45r u Louisville Expresi No 21 dully Lexington Accom No 25 dally ex 8un416 r u Vestibuled Expren No 23 dally eslirM Folld Vestibuled Trains with Dining Cars Through Hleepsrs from Lexington t Now Trk without cbang ii QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE v No Bus Q transfers W HW FnLLER Senl Pass Aft Waiklntoh7 UARNBY D F A fl AHtOMlPMi At muUauM t Ltxlngton Ky CBKYAN jji A t St iSniE nrrwf wffrlWffliWPJil 3 1 J I ji Si I 3VC n fiTa 333 St Clair Selbert Jeweler St g THIS SPACE IS RESERVED FOR JTrsuakifort K 3 J J THE ELECTION Hesults in a Tangle Which Makes It Uncertain 14- - TVho Will Govern the City for the Next Two ft Years ift II Ti I k tt-V- - fc ft 5 The regular annual election came off Tuesday and all day until after six oclock in the evening the city was almost as quiet as on SunAt the polls the workers day were busy running too and fro getting out the vote but everything was good humored except that a slight disturbance occurred at the Gas House precinct early in the morning While the three parties Democratic Republican and Populists had candidates in the field for Senator and the Democrats and Populists had candidates for Representative their races were lost sight of in the interest taken in the election of city officers both the Democratic and Republican parties having nominated cmdi dates for all the offices to be filled When the from Mayor down votes were counted out it was found that Judge Ira Julian the Demo cratic candidate for Mayor had received majorities in all of the precincts except Voglers and the Gas House These two precincts gave Mr Berberich the Republican candidate majorities sufficient to overgo Judge Julians vote in the other precincts and elect him by a small majority but while the vote was being counted in the Gas House precinct a squabble arose etween the officers of the election which resulted iti all the ballots being crammed into the box which was taken possession of by the Democratic sheriff of the election and carried to the County Clerks office A large crowd immediately assembled and every body began to give their ideas as to the law in the case but no agreement could be arrived at and County Clerk Smith took the box home with him that night He continued in charge of the same until Thursday when the consisting of County board Judge B G Williams Sheriff R D Armstrong and County Clerk N B Smith met to canvass the vote The question having been raised that the election officers at the Gas House precinct having surrendered the ballot box to the County Clerk and adjourned no one could legally count the ballots both the candidates for Mayor were represented at the meeting ot the board by counsel Judge Julian by Senator Wm Lindsay and Mr Berberich by Gen D Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ W Lindsey John Rodman Esq and Judge W H Sneed After hearing the argument of counsel on both sides the board adjourned to meet again yesterday When the board met yesterday they announced their decision not to count the vote cast at the Gas House and Mr Berberich immediately entered his protest and will fight the matter in the courts The board then proceeded to canvass the vote of the uncontested precincts and the annexed table is the result in the city Â¬ resulting in the selection- of the following gentlemen Police Judge J N Crutcher Marshal T D Hale Councilmen W L Owens S T Pence James Arnold and W M Smith For the fifth place Messrs John W Cox Carter Hale and J W Gilpin tied The tie was decided by the selection of - FULL I WHITER of- S Mr Are your children subject to croup BOOTS SHOES --AT- HATS CAPS A p 2 a o e n to o i If so you should never be without a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy It is a certain cure for croup and has nerer been known to fail If given freely as soon as the croupy cough appears it will prevent the ath tack It is the sole reliance with o Â¬ Â¬ S 6 SENATOR Stephettson Draffln Soutb Cox 165 137 2M 69 51 1H 6 5 6 114 1S3 14 102 640 447 J thousands of mothers who haveÂ¬ croupy children and never disap 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 W Gayle 1 1 MCUl S SINS 30 628 REPRESENTATIVE Brldgeford 174 133 219 53 31 31 Programme Association to be held at Bald Knob Saturday November 25 1893 930 945 Music 945 1015 Welcome Address Rev Of the Franklin County Teaohers 90 205 496 COUNTY SCHOOL SDPERINTENDENT Miss Lncy Pattle 162 135 199 MATCOR We have the best goods the largest stock and prices are right A Julian Berberich 165 130 205 79 80 201 102 153 103 143 114 137 112 137 602 613 630 447 641 448 645 449 CITY TDDGE Garrett Reed 1015 Moore 1030 1065 Herndon Scholleld Tremero Scott John L Morris Tellers 176 140 211 66 56 182 CITY PROSECUTOR 5 168 144 215 73 58 lbO 166 145 222 75 58 179 CITY MARSHAL Vardaman Reading 1030 Miss Annie Yarbrough 1045 Recess 1200 School Grading Wm Hughes W O Guthrie and Misses 1200 130 Noon Responsibility of the 130 220 Wm Oardwell B D Lee teacher and Lizzie McGruder 220 245 Recess 245 315 Physiology when should it be taught Brack Dorton and Miss Ida Semones and Fannie Daily CITY COUNCIL First War- dMiirshall Williams Jesse Hushes Smith NIcol D 153119 201 147 102 149 81 91 103 79 158 146 136 154 86 82 85 19 148 HO 152 148 92 87 89 76 125 120 118 67 66 72 62 133 122 122 120 06 65 72 55 192 lbli 180 192 189 197 178 194 187 197 182 197 184 184 183 tiwlgert Wesi Second Ward Ellwunger Crutcher Sower Miles Hruy Furr 104 105 97 98 144 147 145 140 577 569 635 545 484 493 517 459 J E Mcltery Milam Flnnell 105 590 99 654 90 551 96 552 146 495 139 470 142 483 143 450 99 91 101 Florence Semones 315 400 Miscellaneous business Adjournment A CIIITjD EX JOYS The pleasant flavor gentle action and soothing effects of Syrup of Figs when in need of a laxative and if tlie father or mother be costive or billious the most grati fying results follow its use so that it is the best family remedy known and every family should have a bottle on hand Â¬ To our many county friends we would say dont lay in your winter stock of goods until yoii have looked At our goods W know what you need have the goods and will please you y A Third Wur- dGiilnes Tobln McClure Mlliim Weltzel 121185 122 129 126 75 192 197 180 186 63 186 Rodman Watson Pruett BC 71191 59 191 94 141 184 142 139 653 545 579 548 497 470 492 468 i K Â¬ Miitteru Second Ward Blackley Dehone Parlt Wright Case Oraham Jaylo First WllllumsU Nelon Johnsoii BOARD EDUCATION War- dV MCLURE SON i 157 120 182 160 123 191 71 51 178 75 59 179 102 104 142 139 104 103 130 138 6G1 583 448 4D2 K4 132 200 152 134 193 70 52 175 71 50 174 150 129 181 163 128 193 x77 62 177 70 62 171 590 582 433 433 BROWNS IRON BITTERS Third War- d- Hendrlck 99 559 104 578 143 459 139 445 digestion Debility For Rent No rooms cures Dyspepsia n JW JW i ijiiMjijnTmtiiifMKiuiiiiiiiijjjiifiiiiiii Broadway For 44 who are shown to have majorities terms apply on premises 9 tf in the above table will be con House of four We intend keeping goods moving if good goods and low prices will For Rent tested also and the whole matter Apply at this office rooms do it We are rinilv receiving will doubtless go into the courts 9 tf n C nncl P1 It is very unfortunate for tjie i Trft city that the tangle should have LADIES who Â¬ occurred just at this time when Heeding a tonic or children take want buildIn up should BROWN IllON BITTERS the old town was beginning to It Is pleasant cures Malaria Indirection UUlousucui Liver Complaints and Ncurultlo move forward and everything djcc scc- 3cc looked bright for her to become a Hilcs Norvo and Liver Fills On September 30 we receive our first consignment of Oysters live prosperous and go ahead will keep nothing but best goods regularly in stock Act on a now principlo regulating city the liver stomaoh aim bowels though the norvos A now discovery Dr BELLEPOINT Miles Pills speedily oure biliousness bad tasto torpid liver piles constipa Great interest was taken in the tion Splendid for mop womon and election of town officers and the children Smallest mildest surest 50 doses for 25 oonts Samples free at THE SOUTH SIDE GROCER contest was warm and spirited J WGayloa Frankfort Ky 45 ly The election of the councilmen New cottage of six To kEPTriiNe Moving ijmiiivti un iiii - m Oil riH Peas axidttp fT Itjisxooxxis Pxexicla spaxagrus IE2dam arid Pine apple iand Oxeam Olxeese - ad g rim Â¬ JiiSi HiEaNS i9 mm M AWLui Eespectf uillsr 1 B3B33 Ww lih Vf Timwjcji k4 I TV Han J it WJP rypymr-iti- - 4 Tlmnksgivhijr Proclamation The President issued the follow ing proclamation Friday Â¬ FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Entered nt tlie post ofllce nt Frnnkfort Kentucky as second elasa mailable mntter GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT NOVEMBER 11 1898 Mass Meeting At a meeting of the citizens of Frankfort Ky held at the court house on the evening of Nov 8th I893 Judge Hord presiding W M Franklin was elected Sec- Â¬ retary Mr D M Woodson moved that a committee be appointed to act in conjunction with the com mittee appointed by the Board of Councilmen of the City of Frank Â¬ fort in the matter of meeting and By the President of the United States of America Proclama Â¬ tion While the American- people should every day remember with praise and thanksgiving the divine goodness and mercy which have followed them since their begin ing as a nation it is fitting that one day in each year should be especially devoted to the contem- Â¬ plation of the blessings we have received from the hands of God and to grateful acknowledgment of His loving kindness - Sps Mt J L RODMAN SOU PK IHt LOWER THAN V EVER r t irc iV swwwb entertaining the River and Harbor Committee of our National Con- Â¬ gress upon their arrival and during their stay in Frankfort Thereupon the following names were suggested to constitute the Lewis E HarvieW committee D M Woodson C H Murray F Exum Judge L Hord Judge W H Sneed Campbell Steele Pat McDonald T B Ford Hugh Rodman Geo A Lewis J M SafTell Thos Hutchison Capt Drane CapL Sam Sanders Ed Hon Wm Lindsay Judge Ira Julian V Berberich Ben Mar- Â¬ shall James Harrod P D Ar- Â¬ nold Dr A Duvall and all other citizens feeling a lively interest in the improvement of the Kentucky river and the welfare and pros- Â¬ perity of the city of Frankfort It was then resolved that the city papers be requested to pub the minutes of the meeting and on motion of C F Exum the meeting adjourned Â¬ Therclore I Grover Cleveland President of the United States dp hereby designate and set apart Thursday the 30th day of the present month of November as a day of thanksgiving and praise to be kept by all people tn our land On that day let us forego our ordinary work and employments and assemble in our usual places of worship where we may recall all that God has done for us and where from grateful hearts our united tribute of praise and song may reach theTnrone of Grace Let reunion of kindred and the social meeting of friends lend cheer and enjoyment to duty and let generous gifts of charity for the relief of the poor and needy prove the sincerity of our thanksgiving Â¬ Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste and acts centlv vet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys v tern effectually dispels colds head Â¬ Good Comfort aches aud fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the This is the lowest price ever made on these goods A large sfcock of only remedy of its kind ever pro Dry Goods cheaper than ever known duced pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the Btomach prompt in Zi RODMA3ST SCOT its action and truly beneficial in its Sep Sim oflects 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 1 bottles by all leading drug Â¬ gists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute m a wk CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Â¬ Â¬ Best Indigo Blue Calico Best Colored Calico Good Canton Flannel Good Bed Ticking Yard Wide Brown Cotton Yard Wide Bleached Cotton cents cents 5 cents 10 cents 5 cents 5 cents 95 cents 5 5 ffl vi V m 1 J i r J K n Â¬ m irvT HHI II I s SAN FRANCISCO CAL NEW YORK LOUISVILLC KY NY Grover Cleveland A Great Benefactor Educators are certainly the greatest benefactors of t raoa an4 after reading Dr Fraakum Mum popular work we aaaaet kalpda- daring him to be among the most entertaining and educating of au Â¬ New York Dally fie is net thors ii Htranger to our readers as his ad yerbiaements appoitr in our columns j in every issue calling attention to the fact that this elegant work oh Norvoua and Heart Disease is disÂ¬ tributed free by our enterprising druggist J W Qayle Trial bottle of Dr Miles Nervine are given away also a book of testimonials showing that it is unequalled for nervous prostration headache poor memory dixziness sleeplessness neuralgia 2 nysteria ncs epilepsy I fl H H V 1 Mllii4liP Lysander Hord Chmn W M Franklin Secy- - Jane at the Opera House A large and fashionable audience greeted Miss Kitty Cheatham at the Opera House on Monday evening on which occasion she The play was appeared as Jane preceded with a bright little curIt tain raider entitled Chums contained four characters which Miss and Miss Mrtud White Lizette Le Baron Mr Fred W Strong and Mr Seymour G Hess interpreted and executed admirably Jane is the well known light comedy in three acts which has undergone revision for Miss Cheatham It is exceedingly laughable and will be remembered as one of the most pleasing performances setJn here this year Miss Cheathams interpretation of the character of an English waiting maid displays very careful study and her acting throughThe out was exceedingly clever fell in love with audience quite Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Harvlelaiid The protracted meeting which has been in progress at Antioch for the past two weeks closed Monday niht There were six teen additions Rev Baker Smith and family of Covington have been visiting his parents m ar Harveland Mr Elisha Thurman andj Mrs Emma Brawner were united in marriage November 2d at Anti och Rev J K P South officiatÂ¬ Â¬ point who would not object to being made constable for this Well all we have to say district is that in case he is elected he will make a prompt honest and We also notice in reliable officer the papers that Dan Moore is a candidate to succeed himself as Old Dan has been a magistrate 6ng time a member of the County Court and we recognize him as one of the ablest and most re liable members of that body For Couniy Jndge we hear the name of Pat McDonald mentioned often As regards his claims we will say he is able experienced and of fine presence affable yet firm combining fll necessary requirements to fit him for the position As the thing now stands we are for Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MJ llBBBBBBBpWiSBBBBBT IbBBBBBBBBBBbW lBBBlBBVaBRBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl saw 91 2r BsllPSr aliiiHSsE3fr3r Mi MtlW JWtlBBlTTtafHSrTlBBar IT - ul K J EiHihILBIiHBLbbbbbbbbbbbbh HPBLsHEJvLHh ia IWiiiHIl PlTl J I Call and see the MAJESTIC RANGE made of Steel and muleable Iron Will last a lifetime They are kitchen necessity lighten labor and improve the flavor of the food tr him Vivian All Along the Line I 1 - hold Ointment Jacobs of i arminton Maine writes that slip suffered five years with variooee veins and tw running seres on her leg and was completely cured by ite use Salisbury DS Fillery live withoutVt l ON MAIN STEET TO ifc We oannot writes relieves my sister of asthma at it once it cures a burn or a hurt of any Under date kind almost instantly Â¬ of May 30 1892 JR H Simpson Le Roy N Y writes I used Halea BasErnEnt nf the Capital HnteL ing Ointment for rheumatism three Mr Harry Miles visited Miss years ago and have not been troubled JBThey will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a uineo It is the finest ointment ia Laura Penn last week 25o and short time tbe world for general nee 60c per box For sale by P H Oa- Capt Jim Brooks is still on the 4 fRNTER Old Bachelor list Mrs Martha Miles of Bagdad Sliilohs Yltallzer is what you need for Dyspepsia Torpid Liver Yellow M Miles visited her son Dr A Skin or Kidney Trouble It is guarÂ¬ last week anteed to give you satisfaction Mr Edwin Penn has just re- Â¬ Price 75c Sold by W McKeo Hardie 22 turned from Chicago aud reports a fine time The Wrong Kind KY OLD Prof W W Cardwell is making Election Officers who when the splendid progress with his school a law gover ing elections is read to at this place Dr hnr l praise of Mrs Hales I 8 House JACOB SWIGERT CO Have Removed From the Batzell Building 101 AND 102 ANN STREET W McKEE HARDIE DRUGGIST her Mr Robert Cotton as William the English servant was a re markably good piece of acting Equally as good however was Mr Fred Hight as Mr Kershaw and then Miss Lizette Le Baron as Mrs Chad wick albo deserves especial mention Taken as a whole the company was first class and deserving of good audiences wherever they go There were two box parties The present on the occasion right hand box being occupied by wife Gov John Young Brown and daughters Misses Susan and Birdie and Miss Kate Green and That on the Mr Henry Ware left was occupied by Misses Evelyn Brown Rose Crittenden and Minnie VanDerveer and Messrs John Rodman Ed Stan- frtn rtrA CZYttri- lVfficfm W - Rev Colgrove preached to a large and appreciative audience at the Harvieland school house last Friday night Mr Warren Etlington ofShel byville who has been vititing Mr W M Penn returned home Tuesday The elections are now over until next November yet we hear of a few parties who will probably be candidates at that time Among them is Mr Wm Smith of Belle- - them and they are urged to go by it will say that they do not give are not the a d n for the law kind of men the law abiding people of this city want to handle their ballots after they have cast Honest men who their votes do not forget the oath they are required to take to support the law as soon as it is read to them arc the ones who should conduct the elections here STAND FR4NKF0RT We keep full line of DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES HALLS J V And cordially ask onr friends to give us a call Â¬ W MoKEE HARDIE Jan21 lT I - - C L GAYLE I l 1 Lawn Mowers - Friends I stand at the HEAD for Hardware and on LAWN MOWERS I R PRICES ftoafllBaking The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder No Ammonia No Alum Led The Market e J 500 mwmLmSJwC iTTmL Used in Millions of Homes AprlUC ly 40 Years the Standard O W JmwL I J 323 IBZeO-A-ZD7- Sr Street I s W Stztf HTC L ALWAYS fc CHEERFULLY S W - fti K fe i h- WE WANT TO SHOW YOU OUR MAGNIFICENT STOCK OP fa v to 3 - IMIIEIfcTS 8 AuTID THE POPULAR SELLERS IN MENS SUITS ARE THE BOTS CLOTHI1TG- i DOUBLE AND SINGLE BREASTED SACKS 15 Splendid assortment of BOYS AND CHILDRENS SUITS AND 1000 1250 1350 and Tailoring Department full of newest and best goods Latest styles Merchant OVERCOATS Fine hats and furnishing goods HudsonHumphriesCassell FRAMFORT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT NOVEMBER 11 Manual Training Training implies a superior power in the one who trains 0 that possessed by the being which Vanted is under a course of training The superior power is the human will By a subscriber several copies It is the human will which directs f of the ornamental of- the Roundabout of September the growth which produces the Will pay 5 cents for each evergreencultivated flower which 23d beautiful copy left at this office assumes control of the animals activity or which brings the hand into subjection Warden George But this subjection of the hand Mr S A Norman who has is not that of slavery on the conbeen Warden of the Kentucky trary it is a conciliation of friends mentaPand physical activities Penitentiary for the past two years theharmonious co operation Did in has filed his resignation as such you ever seriously consider that with the Governor to take effect it is to the human hand we are Wednesday next the 15th inst indebted for all the visible results The humanhand and the Board of Sinking Fund of civilization is the most wonderful instrument Commissioners at their meeting in the world It is the compleWednesday afternoon elected ex ment of the human mind in all its Senator Henry George of Graves dealings with matter It carves fill the vacancy the beautiful statue paints the county to The payment of the balance due rich picture builds the majestic ship constructs the railroad and the Mason Foard Company on the machine which lightens labor their machinery for the manufac- Â¬ and in a thousand ways enables the ture of chairs was ordered but mind to attain its ideals Manual the award of the contract for the power was a most potent factor in furnishing of paper to the State elevating from their lowly posisuch men as Franklin Ful which has been hanging fire for tions Edison Lincoln Aggasiz and ton several weeks was again post- hosts of others poned Training also implies that the thing trained possesses an inhe Assisted at the Dedication rent force which is directed in its effort This is life force implant ReV Father W E Gorey of ed bv the Creator No inanimate this city and his brother Rev being can be trained Mans pow- Father James Gorey now of Cov ers are superior to the power of ington assisted Bishop Maes in the plant or of the animal otherassume dominwise he the dedication of the new Catho ion over could not nature Which the Creator lic Church at Georgetown last intended him to assume Prof Wayland Graham Sunday The human will man fests itself organ and the in two ways it chooses and it acts presided at the choir of the Church of the Good Choice always precedes action If the Shepherd in this city rendered choice is stimulated by the desire act is for the highest good the song service praiseworthy and vice versa Manual training offers to the puAnkle Sprained pil the opportunity to gain a mastery over matter sIt enables him Mrs David Nicol was arranging while vet vouner in years to realize her flowers in the flit at her home the superiority of mind to matter and He becomes able to direct his on Third street Saturday climbed upon a box for the pur- own efforts in a degree far beclosing the sash yond that offered by the other pose of His field of under branches of study when the box turned vision is widened and the broadher weight and in jumping to save ened view cheers him for past ex herself she sprained her ankle so ertions and inspires him to renewed severely that she will not be able efforts in subjugating nature The extended of to walk for six weeks or two area onlyhis dominion ismatter but over external not months also over his inner self He discovers himself as a factor in proJudge Crutclior duction and learns of his importof man - ance in the brotherhood In the election lottery in Bellepraiseworthy reJohn N He accomplishes has exerted him point Tuesday Col sults because he Crutcher drew the prize of Police self in attaining a high ideal His His honor exertions are preceded by the Judge of the town is all smiles in consequence but choice of the right rather than the His choice of the right allows no one to wear his hat in wrong is founded on the desire for the the presence of the court So un- highest good cover when you meet the Judge The will is a power of the mind The mind directs the simplest acAny Person tion of the muscles of the body Since the muscles are obedient to That is troubled with constipation the will power only it necessarily can get immodiato nnd pormnnent relief by using Dr Hales Houaehold follows that any designed move One doeo a daynt bed timo ment implies the previous intelli Tea 25 and 50o paokages at P H Carpen gence of the mind Therefore to 4 ters drug store 1898 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ j teach a human being to perform the most elementary mechanical action it is essential that the mind shall intelligently compreheud the purpose intended and exercise choice before the physical effort is made Manual training supplies this condition through the instruction the information the cautions and the examples given by the teacher and by the preparation of a working drawing made by the pupil In its very inception the act of the pupil is directed intelligently by himself Intelligent action places one on a high social plane Unintelligent labor is the substratum of society Â¬ Â¬ f w HANNEN DEALERS IN HURSEY C arriages Wagons and Buggies MANUFACTURERS m A r j WJ A x i Farming Implements OF ft Hand Made Harness and Horse Goods DR 10 BE CONTINUED Put Money in Thy Purse How Save doctors bills Always kcop on hand a bottle of that finest of remedies Dr Hales Household Cough Card to alley the first irrita Â¬ W I KELLEY JOHN DRISCOLL OF CINCINN AT IO will be at trie THS tion caused by a cold Dont tkink yon enn fix up something just as good when for 25c or 60c yon can Dave IN LEXINGTON KY the result of years of practice and experience expended in making tWa preparation absolutely th best For Saturday November 25 193 Saturday December 16 1893 4 wle by P H Carpenter -- PHOENIX HOTEL Liquor A Merchant opposite State House l full line of pure Anderson county whiskies wines brandies etc 235 BROADWAY April 15 tf Fairview Report of the Fairview schoo for the month of October 1893 Leslie Minnie Herndon 97 Botkin 97 Lester Newkirk 96 Daisy Tracy 95 Mirtle Tracy 95 Piles cured without surgica HEMORRHOIDS operation and with little or no pain REEEHENCES W McKee FrankfoitKy JA Ericott Gober Frankfort M Dr J T Staten Frankfort V W Hurdle Frankfort Ky Ky Ky Â¬ Â¬ I I Jennie Shouse 93 Iva Riner 95 Anna Rina 92 Chister Herndon 91 Sue Powers 91 Annie Smith 90Ira McQuillin 90 Susie Hieatt 87 Ruth Powers 87 Ira Tracy 86 Willie McQuillin 86 Oscar Shoush 81 Edna Riner 78 Berberlch FranKfort M Rev L P Hulett Benson Ky FrniiKfort Ky A H McClure David Moore M J nuhes Frankfort Ky Benson Ky Jas WlthrowFrankfottKy DR KELLEYS office uml residence Is at 25J West Eighth 8treetCIncliitiatluiul where he may bo found every day of eacli week except SATUR Â¬ n Mar for a DOUBLE M BrcicUoallnz BREECH LOADER k 2- 200 925 200 to to to Shot Quns from Winchester Rifles Biflu 5000 1200 1000 Â¬ ruinpi lets describing these diseases DAYS and the mode of treatment sent free to uny one W I KKLLEY M D by audressliiB 259 V Eight St Cincinnati O CONSULTATION FREE SKMUni ReTolYers Mel Plated Â¬ Cheap to Augusta Ga Nov 15th 22nd 29th and Dec 6th the Kentucky Midland Railway will sell tickets to Augusta Ga and return from Frankfort at S2290 from Paris 2250 account Augustas Exposition Â¬ N8W Winchester Repeating Shot Onn Moflel 1893 Bind 2e SUmp for CO pg CUlogB and 8T 25 GRIFFITH 515 Main 18 SEMPLE pr et 125 1688 ly Street LOUISVILLE YX NOTICE ALL estate of tbe late Wyntt Parker will phase present same properly proven as I wisb 10 make a Aettlement of tne estate No 4 Â¬ Â¬ MW m imm us ECTAI ELMVJL1E Ky October SO 1803 PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS AGAIFST lt Respectfully 8 O WIfiGIVTON Administrator Â¬ Â¬ Ljriumu Â¬ IH For sale by W McKee Hardie Jnn28 lv HALLS OLD STAND i5Q ran a case it will not cure Anajrreeablo Laxative and NERVE TONIC Sold by Druggists or sent by mall 25c 60a and 8100 per package Samples free The Favorite TOOTH fOWItt for the Teeth and Bceattu26o JHlU Orchard Lawn Garden FULL STOCK OF- - 3 jam II A fl U L Fruit Sent 23 Â¬ tf Grape Vines i Ornamental Trees1 Asparagus as Â¬ Â¬ N TIME TABLE WM CROMWELL W SMALL FRUITS SHRUBS and everything usually We sell direct found In a nursery establishment Â¬ Â¬ The following time table is now in effeot upon the L k N road TBAINB WEST ATTORNEY-AT-LA- to the planter and have no ncents Catalogue on il F HILLENMFYER apnllcatlon Lexington Ky Oct21 3m No 28 lenvosFrankfort No 17 loave8 Frankfort No 21 leaveB Frankfort No 19 550 a m 800 p m 785 pm loaves Frank Â¬ 000 a ra 1016 a m 950 n m RBAL BSTATB AGJSNT IN TBS COURTS O V th adjoining eountlea a 111 alto rive special attention to the porohut mil ale of ral mUM oollctloo t ttntt eUlau tiid tue lefotUtion of Icons V ILL PRACTICE Franklin nnd Work Worry y M leaves Frankfort mixed TBAINB HABT and Disease Â¬ No 80 train fort Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ No 18 leaves Frankfort t48 No 20 leaves Frankfort G85 p jn No 24 arrivos Frankfort 855 No 22 loavos Frankfort FARM ADJOINING CITY Anohoroge and milK DUDLEY Ueorttelowii plko contalnlm No 20 will stop at 1 limits on the for 205 acres lnrjja residence tobacco barn and for passengers OhristiansburK Splendid dairy ami tobacco farm stubtes Lexington and pointn beyond 1KI For partlcu Nos 28 17 and 21 connect at Lagrange Possession Iven March 1st Nos 28 and 21 oonneot lanapputo KIUNKOUINN or Oinainunti Frankfort Ky July 22 tt at Anohoroge for Bloomfleld Branoh pm pm Fine FarnHor Rent Dec2My are a formidable trio yet the weak person frequently has to meet all of tnem at once How can lie overcome The answer Is with our Compound Oxyokn and ours only The count Â¬ less demonstrations of 23 years war Â¬ rant this reply Our treatment is available for homo use neither need your occupation be Interfered with The value of these features Is obvious Whatubout your need A book of explanation and nroof to consider If asked for nowIs Drs STARKEYi PA LBN ljft Arch Street Philadelphia Pa - VJ I l FJ iiA Ht iiiiPff iit nnrwoir w 8 i 4 miWMPffWBMIMIlMMBH II II III II Times Are Hard Save Your Money CJ Fh m f o P3 Elll iillll MR HOME MADE GOODS K W s a ft K MY STEEL RANGE Is manufactured in Louisville Ky under my I instructions for Frankfort trade can save you from r gs w g c- thU U caTdo O B 20 TO 40 PER CENT In the first cost CO riil l If You are going to buy a Steel Range o u B o Call and see my line fore you buy be- Â¬ OH RELIGIOUS Â¬ TV CRT t H O CT G L B jfZSkm 3E3 W A A -- Kl t ft ft Duckets She leaves a husband and two daughters to mourn her loss in Baptist Church Public worship which bereavement they have the For once preachers seem to be to morrow will sympathy of a legion of friends scarce at the BaptiDtOhurch be conducted at both services by the here and elsewhere The Purchase Clause is repealed Rev A 0 Davidion the new Presi but we havent found any money Morris Mrs Ann Morris died dent of the Georgetown College He is said by those who know him to be Thursday morning at her home on on the trees Rabbits are very numerous a man of deep thought and of fine Second street after an illness of feeling As he is an eloquent speaker and since the expiration of the and has been secured for the occasion several weeks aged 67 years and law suffer greatly fom the rav by a special effort all aro cordially with her last breath the soul of ages of both gun and dog one of the kindest most generous invited to hear him We insist that all collectors of school at 930 a m in the hearted Sunday and noblest of women wing taxes shall vigorously enforce the chapel payment of taxes on dogs The hour for the evening service ed its flight to the glorious beyond Our climate is unusually healthy has been changed from 730 to 7 by She was the widow of the late Dr William Morris and leaves five just now we have not one to re vote of the congregation children viz Messrs Richard and port for the sick list this eek Christian Church Rev T Winter Jolly times ahead No Will S and Miss Emma Morris Arnold will preach at 11 a m Turkey shootof this city and Messrs Pen and sports are coming preaching at night c will ings dances gum sucks Young Peoples Society of Chris John H Morris of Louisville to be among the leading passtimes tian Endeavor in the lecture room at mourn her loss There seems to be but little in 650 She was born and raised near this terest taken in our elections city but after her marriage re- evryone is looking to Ohio for Catholic Church The usual We Democrats feel services at the Church of the Good moved to the county near Peaks surprises conMill where most of her life was quite hop ful that Maj McKinley Shepherd to morrow will be ducted by Rev Father W E Gorey spent and where she endeared will be defeated While our Re publican friends predict dire disas the pastor herself to the entire neighborhood ter for us We shall see what Low mass at 8 a m High mass At 10 a mM and Vespers at 330 p m by acts of kindness and neighborly we snail see attentions Upon the death of For some cause to us unknown Methodist Church Rev H G her husband some four or five the Populist rally at Jetts on Sit Henderson the pastor will preach at years ago she came to this urday of last week proved a fail11 a m and 730 p m city to reside Being of a light ure but since that party never did Sunday school meets at 930 a m will do any The Epworth League will convene hearted happy disposition she was do anything never thing never can do anything and in the class room at 7 oclock loved by all both young and old is utterly incapable of doing any First Presbyterian Church and when it was known that she thing the public will suffer no loss Rev J McOlusky Blayney D D will was critically ill there was a coiv in consequence of the failure occupy his pulpit to morrow at 11 a stant stream of sad faced callers at A gentleman recently visiting m and 730 p m her door to learn of her condition this neighborhood remarked that The Young Peoples Society of we had more pretty girls to the Christian Endeavor will meet in the No one had more friends than she square inch than any county it laLecture Room at 645 p m You are and her death is universally had been his good fortune lo visit mented invited and were thoroughly convinced of The funeral took place yesterday his good judgment when he menEpiscopal Church Rev R L morning at 10 oclock from the tioned Misses Sallie Jones Saddie McOready the rector will con- Christian Church and the remains Smith and Lutie Johnson as the duct the regular services to morrow were laid to rest by the side of her most iranscendenty beautiful trio morning at 11 oclock and 730 p m within the scope of his knowl husband at the old home place on edge the Peaks Mill pike Southern PresbyterianOhurch Bulldofus No services to morrow During the funeral services Miss Karls Clover Root the new Blood of Louisville Purifier gives freshness and clear Anita Muldoon Dentlis sang a beautiful solo Abide with ness to the Complexion and cures 25c 50c and 100 Consumption 22 so softly and sweetly as to For sale by W McKee Hardie Smith Mrs Thaddeus Smith Me died as the home of her husband touch every heart in the house Foit Sale or Rent My dwelling house on Ann street on Pellee Island Canada on FriJ T Buckley Wf deaire to say to our citizens tf day of last week and the remains sdling hat for years we have been were interred in the Lexington Dr Kings New Discovery fo Cemetery Monday The deceased Consumption Dr Kings New was a sister of Mr John E Miles Life Pills Bucklens Arnica Salve ind Electric Bitters and have of this city show Depleted JBJood poor seU In a notice of her dea h the never handled remedies that such nourishment everything as well or that have piven Midway Clipper of this week universal satisfaction They are signs of We do not bad says hesitate to guarantee them every Anaomia waseducated and graduated rime and we stand ready to re She with honors at the celebrated Mrs fund the purchase price if satis Nolds school then at Frankfort factory results do not follow their She was married to Mr Thaddeus use These remedies have won Smith near this place in 1850 and their great popularity purely on For sale by lived here until 1867 when they their merits and have P H Orhntek Druggist moved to Peelee Island the Cream of Cod liver Oil Mrs Smith since resided there ISiieklons Arnicn Snlve en Â¬ with hypophosphltos had many friends and relatives in Central Kentucky who have en- Tho beat salvo in the world for Outs riches the blood purlQes tho hospitality in her beau- Â¬ Bruises Sores Ulcors Snlt Rhoum joyed her skin cures Anaemia builds Totter Chapped tiful island home and the an- Fever SoresCorns and all SkinHands up the system Physicians the Erup Chilblains nouncement of her death will be tions and positively euros Piles or world over endorse It received by them with sincere re no pay required It is guaranteed to or money rofundod Dont be deceived by Substitutes jjret She was sixty two years of give satisfactionper box For sale by Price 25 cents Preptrtd by Roott A Howne N Y All Prut glrtt age 8 ly Phil Oarpektkr Â¬ T MARSHALL GAINES L 6 MARSHALL CO Real Estate and Insurance Ags Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a Real estate bought sold or leased share of the insurance patronage A good line of both city and country property for sale at all times OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET ROOMS FOR RENT FIRST OF ON POSSESSION GIVEN to Mrs THEII Green 217 L Apply Washington street or L B Marshall fc Co FOR SALE would make GOOD TURNPIKE ACRES FARM Ahasroad 2OF necessaryONImprovements and miles from Frankrort This proper ty the usual 100 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FORSALE FINE FARM OF 210 ACRES FINELY LO 8 miles from Frankfort on a good turnpike road upon wlilch there Is a brick resi Â¬ dence of 5 rooms a tenement of four rooms and This land Is all other necessary Improvements in a high state of cultivation the Improvements are in fine condition and In order to make a qulcK sale will be offered at a bargain a good dilry or stock farm It Is very desirably located and Is In an excellent neighborhood rV cated A Â¬ FOR SALE A FARM OF 253 ACRES 3 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Frankfort on a good turnpike road with a residence of 6 rooms 2 tenement houses 2 to bacco and stock barns beside all other neces sary Improvements All of the Improvements Including the fencing on this property are new and In llrst class condition This farm has a quantity of line tobacco land and wouldnlso mnk t a llrst class stock farm It also has a young peach orchard of a thousand trees besides other 8 MILES OF 100 OR A FARM Frankrort125 on a150 ACRE androad fruit good turnpike from towith residence tenement houses stock bacco barns apple orchard and other nr cessary improvements This land Is mostly in timber nu grass and will make a good tobacco or stock farm It Is offered at a bargain Â¬ MILES FROM FOR SALE Â¬ FOR SALE 1 Â¬ FORRENT COL J STODDARD THE RESIDENCE OFstreet now occupied by on Saelby Possession given about Mrs L B Longmoor 1st of December OF 136 ACRES ON GOOD TURNPIKE This proper Â¬ road 3 miles from Frankfort ty has moderate Improvements but is well lo- Â¬ cated Is lu a good eigbborhood and would make a very desirable home A FIRM Â¬ FORSALE A proved miles from Frankfort GARDEN FARM OF Vty ACRES WELL IM located on a good turnpike road 3 FOR SALE ments at Thorn Hill at a bargain OF FIVE A GARDEN FARM rooms and residence of five other Improve Â¬ Thlsproperty will be sold ACRES WITH Â¬ FOE SALE COTTAGE OF THREE ROOMS lot 50 by 150 feet on Shore street South Side To a desirable party with a small amount of cash could arrange to sell on easy weekly payments FOR RENT ROOMS COTTAGE A FRAME street South OF SEVEN propenylsON Conway In Side This ond 15 Â¬ A FRAME Â¬ repair and per month we are authorized to rent It at L B MARSHALL CO f it 1 Â¬ Â¬ Fine Furniture Of all the Newest and Prettiest Patterns Id order to make room ftr our large stock of Fall goods we will offer special XvO Pale Faces COMPLETE STOCK Â¬ Â¬ Scotts 1 Emulsion Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ W PRICES SON R ROGERS 5k wssaa f vvqp jt PiTTr RDraSfaSH vpi is r Ij i i tm r w HfKT ryi v r ij 7TWV- - 1l vs 1 v And Preparatory to Changing Our Location jEtLskjrLwvsr TTall WE WILL DISPOSE OP CUB STOCK OP will defy competition both in price and quality of goods MONEY We ask our friends to call befort purchasing as we will make it to their interest Wc enumerate below a few of the items we carrv in stock and will SAVE THEM General Hardware and Wall Paper Harness Whip 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 DISTINGUISHED Â¬ f town Ef Pm M A COLLINS -- Opposite the Farmers Bank n I city yesterday morning from Hon Albert S Berry announcing that the members of the River and Harbor Committee of Congress together with other distinguished gentlemen would leave Cincinnati at83oa m A special train on the Midland was at once gotten ready and with a committee of the city council and citizens on board proceeded to Georgetown to meet and escort them to this city They arrived here at noon and after the Congressmen had been given a lunch at the Capital Hotel they were driven about the city and then taken on board the U S Snagboat Gen O M Poe and made a trip down the river inspecting the work at Lock No 4 Returning to the city they were entertained at the Capital Hotel last night and this morn ing at 830 will again take the Steamer Poe for a trip up the river The boat will go as far as High Bridge where the members of the Congressional Committee will take the train on the Queen and Crescent for Lexington The following gentlemen compose the party of visitors Lyman E Barnes Appleton Michigan John E Reyburn Philadelphia Binger Herman Oregon C H Grosvenor Akron Ohio W R Ellis Oregon H C Clement Philadelphia F A G Handy Washington D C John A Beall Washington D Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ VISITORS W Pruett J M Saffell Geo A Arbor Day Lewis Geo L Willis W New The River and Harbor Commit Gov Brown has issued a prochall J B Dryden Pat McDonald tee of Congress Here lamation naming Fridav of next M OCoijnor and John Stewart week as Arbor Day oil which A tei egram was recoived in this FOOTHAIiTj occasion it is expected that every We Â¬ THE ROUNDABOUT are Not in It AVitli George scholar in the schools of the State will plant a tree of some kind Â¬ Â¬ Our boys may be good kickers in some respects but are not in it yith our neighboring cities when they come to kick at a ball The foot ball team from this city went to Georgetown Tuesday and played a game with the Georgetown College team which resulted in a victory for the college boys by a score of 28 to o Two of Frankforts best players were injured early in the game and had to withÂ¬ Â¬ Church Bazaar The young ladies of the First Presbyterian Church will give a bazaar forthe benefit of the church on the 8th of December in the church parlors s The Best Plaster Dampen a jece of flannel with Chamberlains ain Balm and bind it over the seat of pain It is better than any plaster -- THE PEOPLES PAPER Â¬ draw Forks of Elkhorn Ky N C Blanchford Louisana week J W Causey Delaware Mr A Stedman has been quite A S Berry Newport Ky sick several days this week Ash Caruth Louisville Ky James BJMcCreary Richmond The Train in America The Teachers Associatton the Second District will convene in this town next Saturday November 1 8th at 10 oclock A suitable programme has been arranged for the occasion which will be fully carried out insuring a profitable and pleasant time to all who may attend Again we call attention to the fact that the law makes it compulsory on the part of the teachers composing the dis trict to attend The following are the schools composing said second district Nos I 3 5 q 11 37 and 45 Teachers of other 44 districts are cordially invited to be present and assist us in the effort for the advancement of knowledge in our midst The citizens ol our town and vicinity are earnestly requested to be present and with us in this good work Rev F W Eberhardt and wife of Midway visited relatives in our midst the first of the week The election passtd off quietly at this place Road work caught the boys this Â¬ Â¬ co-opera- te When the lungs are sore such an ap plication on the chest and another on the back between the shoulder blades will often prevent pneumonia There is nothing so good for a lame back or a pain in the side A sore throat can nearly always be cured in one night by applying a flannel band Â¬ age dampened with Pain Balm 50 of cent bottles for sale by J W Qayle Â¬ y Everybody takes it Everybody reads it Subscription Only 1 Advertised Tjctters at Frankfort Kentucky Per Year Below will be found a list of adver- Â¬ tised letters for the week ending November 11 1893 Berry Albert Miller Barnie Balinger Bet tie Mader Felie 3 Boyer Chas Proctor G E Bays John H Pulliam Green Baty Maria Pope Isace Blaslly Wilem Redman Mat L Burchell W D Scott Florence Crumble Allen Sanbfort Vina Carrie Edduard Tompson Annie Chastion J F Taylor Allene Davio Marv Wash Scharlotte Guthrie Ada Warltbrum Mrs Bellenoint 2 Warren Ellen Getter Martha Worter Bab M 0 Young Lonea When calling for these letters say advertised J M Saffell P M Klsewhere will be found the ad Â¬ vertisement of Joh T Saten Co who are offering great bar 1 his firm has eains in furniture Our Job EPARTMENT f art prepared te ff I one of the best in the State and tun out on ihort notice bought all the furniture of the Frankfort Furniture Factory and will dispose of it at a great sacrific pjffsHiLOHsl Cures Consumption Coughs Croup Sore Throat Sold by all Druggists on a Guarantee For a Lame Side Back or Chest Shlloha Porous Platter will give grcst fatifaction 33 cents Finest M C Lisle Kentucky W C P Breckinridge Ken- Â¬ JHuHy Kb ffc IU I vr tucky SHILOHS VITALIZE By invitation of Lieutenant Mrs T 8 Jlawklns Chattanooga TennBay8 Shfloha Vitallxtr SAVED MY LTFE I c H TT A7nf ormnn fnllMiMnn consider it the bat remedy for a debUltatfd sustem For I ever usedexcels Dyspepsia Liver or Kidney PrlcoTScts trouble it r gentlemen escorted the distinguish ed visitors on their trip down the HILOHSIlCATARRH river yesterday and will accomREMEDY pany them to High Bridge this Have vou Catarrh Try thta Remedy ItwiH rollovo and Cure you Prlco 60 eta This In morning jector for Its succcsaf u trea tment In furnished free Shilohs Remedies are sold by ua on a guarantee to give satisfaction Gov John Young Brown Hon For sale bv VV McKee Hardie J Proctor Knott Senator Wm road Jan 28 li HALLS OLD SrANh Lindsay Gen W J Hendrick It leaves Cincinnati at 6 p m Maj L C Norman Judge L daily from Central Union Station 1 Scientific America Hord Gen D W Lindsey Col making connections with all Agency for m C E Hoge Col L E Harvie through trains from the South and Col J Stoddard Johnson W H lands passengers in New York City at Grand Central Station Murray Capt B C Milam Capt avoiding ferry transfer s p W F Dandridge Col E Polk s m When you go East take this pBH Hi CAVEATS Johnson Hon James B McReery train TRADE MARK DESIGN PATENTS D B MARTIN General PassHon M C Lisle Hon W C nnavainuva eiCJi vwrimuniwrite to a tnJ8nESn SaJreo Handbook VoniC P Breckinridge Hiram Berry enger and Ticket Agent 861 BllOADWAT NKW Oldest bureau for securing patnnta lu America E 0 McCORMlCK Passen Kvorjr patent taken outbr us is brought beforo Hon Ash Caruth Hon Wat ger Traffic Manager the publlo by a notice given troo of chargo la tfco Hardin Gen Fayette Hewitt 10 8t Maj D W Lockwood Mayor Shilohs Cure the Great Couch and Pooket Laroost circulation of any aclontifla paper In the i Orout Cure is for sale bv us Richard Tnhin M P CZrav Bplundldlr Illustrated world No Intelligent It WeekYr S3 reizo contains twenty uve doses only man should bo without Addrens MDNN 00 a yoart SUM six months Ellwanger R K McClure J 25o Children lovo it 21 VubLuuiuu aui Uroauwur Men York CO Â¬ Â¬ Is conceded to be the Southwestern Limited via Big Four Route to New York and Boston This magnificent Wagner Train has been built especially for service between Cincinnati New York running through and Boston solid to these cities without change of caw Composed of Elegant Coaches Wagner Sleeping Cars Library and Cafe Car and Hotel Dining Car it hasbecome famous Complete in all of its appointments it is to day king of the Â¬ Â¬ xXiaXXxXXXXX x - X X S Â¬ 1 --H BINDERY til kinds gotten up in ike highest style of tke art Old Books and Music bound at kwest rates Jos Wwk ef ail kinds solicited Slaak Books of 1 Â¬ r 1 All work promptly executed and Scientific gmtixm 1 satisfaction guaranteed t t X i f MS 8 SHWD house going fast at r Slllf D To do it von must come to Us We have left about 150 of the Fire Overcoats from our Louisville Wk I m 50 CENTS SHOES ON THE CLOTHING LLAR UNDERWEAR Boys 50c 75c 1 L50 suit Mens 90c 1 150 2 up to 7 per suit Agents for the celebrated Jaros Ladies SI 125 150 up 4 up to 7 Boys SI 125 150 up to S4 Mens to 5 Boys Suits SI 25 150 up to S9 Mens Suits S5 750 800 1000 1200 up to S25 125 150 200 200 Hats Trunks Bags Rugs Gloves Mitts All to be had at 25 per cent less than any other house can name V CRUTCHER Pea ItUlge Â¬ Â¬ STARKS CHAS T RA Y Attorney at Law Â¬ w Z rt f IiOUISYIIiliE TOBACCO MAR ANNOUNCEMENTS currency p per perpetual KET which if adopted would make For Jailor Weather pleasant panics failings and hard times imWe are authorized to announce W T GAINES FURNISHED BY GLOVER DURRETT as a candidate for Jailor of Frankllu county Hickory and walnuts plentiful possible As this currency costs LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE nothing and can be made as fast Sales on our market for the week subject to the action of the Democratic- party FRANKFORT KY Mrs J Graves and children of as printing presses allow no perWe are authorized to announce II F SHOW just closed amount to 2283 hhds with ALTER as a candidate for Jailor of Franklin Office in the Hume Building Shelby county are visiting her son need be without money receipts for the same period of 697 county subject to the action of the Democratic parents Mr and Mrs W Tracy hhds Sales on our market since Jan- party Mr Will Tracy has surrounded uary 1st amount to 117303 hhds Sales While the Roundabout does his farm with a neat substantial of the crop of 1892 on our market to SEALED PROPOSALS this date amount to 118350 hhds not claim to be a comic paper it fence S lortdst and quickest between We have had a firm and active furnishes its readers with occasionSealed Proposals will be re- market throughout the week for all Rumor has it that a paper is grades of burley tobacco the tendenal bright flashes of wit for in CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT being circulated for signatures cy being toward an advance in prices ceived at the City Clerks Office commenting on the Mason Foard until 12 m Saturday November on all grades Only direct line between the Co machinery being moved back preferring charges against two of embraced 35 The sales ofcrop week hhds of new bur II 1893 forpaving guttering and into the prison for the chair factory the trustees As the two trustees ley which in the main was of inferior curbing on east side of Steele Frankfort Georgetown and Paris Car There is named have bought material and quality the Roundabout says street in South Frankfort beThe fairly lisle no reason that the tate should made some necessary repairs on resent following quotations tyurley rep tween Cross and Campbell Sts in Ihysrille Cyathiana Fal Â¬ toour market for the school house besides furnish bacco 1892 crop not make money out of it front of the property of D L mouth and Corington ing coal to run the school without Trash dark or damaged Mr Wilton Pierce of Pleasant Haly W J Scottow and John W 4 00 4 50 costing pupil or patron one cent tobacco Ridge is visiting relatives here the intelligent reader will readily uommon Uolory trash 4 50 550Gault The council reserves the ASK JTOH TICKETS VIA KY MIDLAND to good colory the right to reject any and all One year ago quite a number of see what the charges amount to Medium 5 50 7 50 bids trash TRAINS RUN BY GENTflAL STANDARD TIME our people were employed in 6 50 Common colory 4 60 Mr Watson of Shelby county Common lugs not lugs Attest 7 50 5 50 Colory Frankfort in various occupations is visiting on the Kidge TIME TABLE MAY 27 1893 T J Todd Medium to good colory Richard Tobin this year our people hnd the but A M p M IF x 8 50 7 50 lugs City Clerk Mayor town dull and quite a number of 9 00 TRAINS E AST No 1 No 8 No 7 Common to medium leaf 8 00 Help Is Wanted 9 00 14 00 Medium to good leaf Frankfort workmen are working Lv Frankfort A 700 340 1240 Good to fine leaf 14 00 16 00 in this part of the country ROBERT GLORE Lv Summit by the women who are ailing and Select wrappery 8tylesl6 OOfa 26 00 J T TAYLOR 700 816 1265 Lv Elkhorn 711 362 110 sufferinc or weak and exhausted 718 LvSwltzer 400 120 a number of land owners Andj toh evory Buch woman help i9 Quite Lv stamping Ground 729 411 146 Lv Duvail havetheir land posted and warning guaranteed by Dr Pierces Favorite TAYLOR 786 418 165 Strong Witnesses GLOBE Lv JoluiHon 742 424 200 For young girls just hunters and tresspassers to keep Prescription I Lv Georgetown 4 31 749 220 enterincf Lv C S Depot 758 450 245 Among the thousands off their premises Hunters have criticaf womanhood women at the Lv Newtown change of life women ap als of cures by Dr Milesof testimoni 808 602 805 Lv Centrevlllo 810 611 820 themseves to blame for this onproaching nursing Jure is that of Nathan New Heart confinement Allison a Lv Eilzipeth 82D 616 880 Ar Paris account of their reckless firing mothers and every womau who is well known citizen of Olen Rook 880 0 625 345 run dWn or overworked it Is a Pa who for years had shortness of MIIMUMIPK and msolence when asked to go raedicine that builds up strengthens A RE prepared to do all kinds of 2 4 breath sleeplessness pain in left If they and regulates no matter what the shoulders smothering spells side xx stone and brickwork on short Lv TRAINS WEST C No905 No660 No8INo12 further from the house etc Paris MO would hunt in the fields and woods oondition of the system 916 600 Ar Elizabeth 527 oi- bottle ot Dr Miles New Heart notice and in the best style Ar Centervllle 001 920 461 Its an Invieoratincr restorative instead of among the poultry none tonie a soothing and bracing nervine Cure and one box of Nerve and Liver Ar Newtown 92S 612 443 Piilri cured bica Jaqaet PEIOES - BBASONABLB Ar U S Depot Peter 949 630 420 woulc object to hunters and the only guaranteed remedy for Snlm N J is another witness who COct 21 Sm B Ar Georgetown 1010 635 749 1017 Ar Johnson 641 803 female complaints and weaknesses Mr Sam Tracy is hauling hay In bearing down sensations periodi twuiity years suffered with Heart Ar Duvail 1023 648 812 Diiwo was pronouneed Jacuraele 1080 Ar Stamping Ground 655 882 to Frankfort cal pains ulceration inflammation by physiciaus death stared him is 1042 703 862 Ar Swltzer Sheep for Sale 1049 Ar Elkhorn 716 905 and every kindred ailment if it ever is making toils to benefit or cure you nave your thi face could ot lie down for fear 1066 721 Ar Summit Mr James Tracy 915 of smothering to death Immediately A HAVE FOR SALE 100 HEAD OF FIRST Ar Frankfort 110 780 925 money back clapboards at Fleetwood class ewes which I will solium rtx months using the Jlew Cure he felt bet after Also fow Shropshire ter and cooldUoeVm aadsleepaU time that In will sell cheap and South Down A connects with L fc N Mr Doc Tracy has raised some B connects with Q Ight aad iaawa weH mm The bucks 0 and LS SOUTH TRIMBLE O connects with K C of the finest turnips in this section Dr Halos Household Ointment Now Cure is told also a free book by aug26 tf Forks of Klkhorn Ky 2 and some very large raddishes Is the finest remedy in the world J W Gayle Effective May 27th and during the summer the following Sunday schedule will be In aflect from this years seed It absolutely cures catarrh It cures Neuralgia and For Sale or Rent My house Oures SUNDAY TRAINS Home and School a bright Piles like magic Rheumatism Rheum on West Main street at present Oures Salt East No 5 leaves Frankfort 745 u m Georgetown 840 arrives at Paris 916 a m No newsy educational paper says in the most soothing manner Oures occupied by Col Corbetts family ZEaiouse 8 leave Frankfort 840 p m Georgetown 460 Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Always be glad when your school Oures Coughs arrives at Paris 525 p in Possession given immediately and Oolds West No leaves Paris 9 80 a m George HOUSE is talked about people are taking taken internally A positivo Can be OF SEVEN ROOMS LOCATED town 1005 arrives Frankfort 11 05 a in No 4 epociflo 52 tf Mrs W B Rodman A on Conway street south side Is ollered for leaves Paris 660 p m Georgetown 030 arrives an interest in educational matter for pneumonia Out Bruises Burns sale ut a bargain For terms imply to at Frankfort 780 p in Oct 7 tf WMC0RMWELL gladest people to day live on Chilblains Sores of long standing The The Kentucky Midland Railway and connec OornB and Bunions are cured quickly tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all Pea Ridge For Malaria Liver Trou Â¬ points north south east and west different from all else superior to all else it no equal Job further exe Â¬ 0 For BEROAWInformation applyE to their agents Mr W M Crutcher has made Largo has cheapest 25 and 50o boxes ble or Indigestion use D B WK1TZEL Sold at Carpen size City Titkot Agent Gen Puss Agt BROWNS IRON BITTERS arrangements for a patent on a ters drug store 8 office GEO JJ HARPER Gen Supt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Kentucky Midland Ey Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I I I m Â¬ COUTEACTOES r w M x2 A I I I - Â¬ Â¬ I 1 X FORSAJLE to w M and Hot C Â¬ Â¬ work neatly cuted at this - 4 v i i t JU W2 i MktfJ jM-J7- - MiijLhM- liSfcMiVAi ikrf Mliv