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Digital page images are linked to the text file. imon Tee Frankfort BoraDABOUT GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance NO 11 VOE XYII COUNCIIj PROCEEDINGS Mr R K FKANKFOET KY SATURDAY NOVEMBER In Meinoiiiun At her home February Sister Sarah Bacon ayed 3 1893 seventy eight years She was immersed into the church of Christ bv Rev Carroll lvendrick torty three years ago and lived a faithful Christian life ever since She had been a constant reader of the Leader since its beginning The Lord had prospered her with much of this worlds goods in which she spent much in the cause of Christ She leaves a brother and sister L M Bacon and Mary Bacon both old and feeble but they mourn not the departure of their beloved sister as those who have no hope They were formerly of Frankfort Ky Bacon w Â¬ 18 1893 L5fct Z fttV i fl HV r-- The minutes of the last meet held by tliecouncilmen whose vacancies they were elected to fill ings were read and approved Mo before the late war Coming at Last His Mr B C Milam tendered his A petition was received from remains as also those of one or Elijah Mason asking the remis resignation as Chairman of the A shipment of iron for the new two other members of the family board of councilmen which was sion of a fine against him in the St Clair street bridge was made at later dates were brought to work- accepted city court Referred to the by the King Bridge Company Frankfort and interred in the Bacon Mr Geo A Lewis was then committee house from Cleveland Ohio several lot in our beautiful cemetery Mayor Tobin presented a com- elected to the vacancy occasioned days ago and is expected to arrive Feb 10 Mollie Daniel Until within the last year Mr L munication that had been handed by the resignation of Mr Milam Bacon On Monday the 26th M Bacon with several of his sisters here any day Three of the comMr Milam then resigned as a him containing the certificates of of this month I was called to to whose comfort interests and panys workmen are in the city and member of the board of council Rogers Ark election of Hon Ira Julian awaiting its arrival and it begins to conduct the welfare he most unselfishlv con all the Democratic ticket at the men and his resignation was ac- funeral services of Bro L M to look like the bridge which ac- Â¬ Bacon He and his two sisters secrated the greater part of his cording to the contract was to late election The communication cepted Mr J M Todd Was then elect- and nephew came to Arkansas less long life continued to reside at have been completed on Wedneswas from the county canvassing than a year ago They had been different points in Missouri It is day will board composed of Judge B G ed to the above vacancy created here but a little while when Sister be erected after a while by the resignation of B C Milam Sarah Bacon died and now the not known exactly when he and Williams R D Armstrong and Admitted the Pacta Mr Hendrick moved that brother which leaves the other his two sisters Misses Sarah and Poley Smith Mr Furr made the pdint that when the council adjourned it be aged sister and the nephew alone Mary removed to Arkansas or Newapaper editors have to be very for to Thursday night at 700 oclock No words of praise can add to the what caused their last change of en reful in opening their columns Dr vthe votes were not specified as high esteem with which all who residence But it is supposed that statements But aware that tfce Miles Medical Co are responsible they were not given by pre- Adopted know them regard them They the hope of bettering the health of we make room for the following tes Bids were received from the are especially known to the Leader cincts as required by law timonial from R McDougall Auburn election ordinance following gentlemen for curbing by many kind deeds of a substan- all three which had become great- Ind who for two years noticed a The contested hta was the impelling stoppage or skipping of the pulee not Bro guttering and paving on Steele tial nature Bacon was ly impaired had its second reading loft side got so tender he could seventy six years of age had been motive Be this as it may the lie on it his heart flattered he wm Mr J E Miles moved that the street viz a consistent Christian during the tender sympathies of their old alarmed went to different doctors Glore Wm Willis Taylor of Dr foand ordinance be referred to the or years he was a member of the Kentucky friends will go warmly Miles no relief but one bottle New Heart Cure curedhim J A Lillis and Mat Oleson Rejected dinance committee church May the comforting The elegant book 4New and Start Mr Miles moved that the bids promises of Gods word strengthen out to the surviving sister Miss ling Facte free at J W Gaylos It nays 6 yeas 1 Mr J N Miles tells all about heart and nervous disÂ¬ being excused from voting on it be referred to the city engineer the lonely sister and may the Mary Bacon in her lonely grief eases and many wondorfal cures 3 The ordinance was then passed a with directions to report the low- church have many more who will in a land of comparative strangers est and best bidder to the council so live that they can die such a over the loss of her loved ones second time death with the same assurance of than whom no purer Christian Mr Pat Noonan filed his bond Thursday night -- Adopted final happiness that Bro Bacon woman or better and more upright Mr J E Miles by permission had for the faithful execution of John T Hinds man ever lived Speaking more Fayetteville Ark the work let to him on Wil of the council made a few re The above which was copied especially of Langston M Bacon kinson Mero and Shelby streets marks on parting from his old friends saying that some of the from the Christian Leader of Cin the writer can truthfully sayfrom an and it was accepted Mr McClure moved that the pleasantest moments of his life cinnati of March 21st and Qct Jintimite friendship of nearly half a council confirm the nominations had been spent while in their corn- - 17th last of the deaths at Rogers century that in all his wide ac Is the place to buy vour Under quaintance with men he has never of two former made by Mayor Tobin of Sinking pany at the meetings and that they Ark wear Hosiery Flannels Blan v a more thorojyhiy high in the ap- separated in an official capacity known and most hihlv re- Fund Commissioners kets Comforts Table Linens pointment of H H Watson and with his heart full of love for all spected citizen of Frankfort will principled and honorable in m or a Towels and Napkins probably convey to their friends mpre um elfish and generous friend Harry B ODonnell Adopted of them Mr Milam also thanked the among our older population the Peace to the ashes an genile tears yeas 7 nays o The reports of the city officers council for their uniform courtesy first intelligence of their respective to the tmmory of both brotht r L K H Is the place to buy your Dress to him as their presiding officer deaths The intelligence will be and sister were received and filed t Dress Trimmings and Goods The council then adjourned un received with sad regret by all Mr Watson moved that the Gone Into Ofllce Linings of all kinds who enjoyed the friend hip or acCity Engineer draw up a contract til Thursday night at 7 oclock Hon Henry George of May quaintance of either Miss Sarah or with Mr Finnell for the privilege Win II Wheeler field the newly elected Warden her brother Mr L M Bacon of running a sewer pipe through of the Kentucky penitentiary his property to drain Hill and A prominent contractor and builder during their long residence in this Is the place to buy Germantown of Adams N Y was a great smoker city of which both were natives arrived here on Wednesday took Yarns Wilkinson streets Adopted yeas for years He liked his cigar but did Zephyrs and Saxony not like the serious throat trouble Their father Mr Langston Bacon the oath of office and entered up Yarns S nays o tlllAH UCLItll IU UUIIID UUUil 111111 111 1lltJ on the discharge of his duties Mr H H Watson then ten- shape of a bunch or growth As he Sr was for many years a promexpressed it he dered his resignation as council- going to have a was afraid he was inent merchant and valuable and You can escaoe just Grant throat At about ono half tho ills that this stage he began using Dr Hales highly esteemed citizen of Frank- man which was accepted flesh is heir to by being it ready for them When Is the place to buy your Lace CurOn motion of Mr McClure J Household Ointment applying his fort The Bacons through their directly to the bunch inside you reel dull languid out tains Chenille Portiers and iB Hendrick was elected to fill the throat several times each day A father and mother were related to of sorts generally then row weeirs 01 tnis treatment entirely you may know that some Chenille Table Covers Lyacancy and was sworn in by cured the bad throat and Mr Wheel a number of the earlier and of them are coming Dont let them get any further er states that it worked a most won influential families of Frankfort Judge Sneed Braco tho system up derful cure in his case and that he re with Dr Pierces Golden Mr Jacob Swigert tendered his gards Dr Hales Household Ointment and Franklin county in both of Medical Discovery That medicine prevents as well as euros resignation as a member of the as the greatest cures all of the 19th which a portion of their descencentury It inflammation It invigorates tho liver and Is the place to buy your stamped council from the First Ward which 25c and 50c boxes at P H Carpen dants still reside and are numH kidnoys purifies and en- - linens of all kinds Such as H riches tho blood sharpens Dpylies Table Scarfs a ters drug store Mantel was accepted tho appetite improves di bered among our most respected gestion and restores health Scarfs Pillow shams and Silk to Mr Geo A Lewis was elected Near Falling on Ills Fnee After the retirement of citizens and vigor match any of the shades to the vacancy and was sworn in their father from business Mr orFor all diseases caused by a disordered liver impure blood Dyspepsia Biliousness tho Mr Walter Franklin was stand and Scrofulous by Judge Sneed L M Bacon and his older brother most stubborn Skin Scalp is tho onlu reme affections tho Discovery ing in the court house yard Mon ofTectivo that Mr M P Gray tendered his dies S Bacon enframed in the ary dv m certain uand doesnt benefit itorcan bo cure Is the place where you can get garaneedt lt day morning talking to his son goods business in this city the you have your monoy back Resignation from the Second Ward y Walter when he was attacked with Its not only tho best but its the cheapest most anything you need in the which was accepted firm SOOn Conducting one of the blood puriflor sold no matter how many Dry Goods Fancy Goods and vertigo and had his son not caught doses aro offered for a dollar Mr G W Mitchell was elected largest most fashionable and sue- Complete stocks in with this you pay only for tha good Notion line him in his arms would have fallen all the departments marked in cessful mercantile establishments you gee to the vacancy and was sworn in upon his face on the brick pave plain figures by Judge Snced in the city By strict attention to He was unment of the yard Mr John E Miles then tenbusiness sound judgment un- iconscious for some time but was dered his resignation which was form politeness and unswerving hnniiir nrnnrrnf nrnnnl nnrl fotpAn Prices are lower then they can be THE- accepted integrity the two brothers rapidly to his home on Steele street where bought for elsewhere No charge Mr C C Furr then tendered acquired handsome estates which he fully recovered and was all right to look and price seeing is be his resignation as councilman from enabled them to retire from active again in a few hours lieving The place No 319 Main business several years before their the First Ward which was acCaptnlu Sweeney U S A street near State National Bank cepted San removal with the other members LMepjo uai says Hhiiohs Catarrh of Mr W B Showalter was Remedy is tho flrst modioine I havethe family to Missouri in the ever found that wonld do me any carlv Sos The elder brother 334 MAIN STREET elected to fill the vacancy and good Prioo 50 cents Sold by W was sworn in by Judge Sneed Giles S died near Booneville MoKeo Hardio 21 FRANKFORT K Â¬ McClure tendered his resignation rom the Third Nearly All tlie Mcmbcis Resign Ward which was accepted mid New Mon Take Mr W S Rossen was elected Their Places to serve in the vacancy and was Tuesday Nov 14 93 sworn in by Judge Snced Chairman Milam appointed the President Milam and all the members of the council were nelvly elected members of the on the present except Councilman Ell council to positions various committees that had been wanger Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Report K Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HARTSTEINS j Â¬ U Â¬ Haftsteins Â¬ Â¬ fiartsteins Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ KB f iartsteins Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ Hatftsteins Â¬ Â¬ Ell Â¬ Â¬ HARTSTEINS i Â¬ J Â¬ Â¬ I H a MATTERS HARTSTEINS Â¬ Plituujta Â¬ - HARTSTEINS JW f 2 W1F yTyvty WW inBi V Will put the knife into their elegant stock of French German and American Colored Dress Goods That means just exactly what the goods cost in Npw York No per cent added Spot cash is what they will be slaughtered for THIS IS NO FAKE SALE What we advertise you will get 5000 worth of tbe largest most fashionable acd best selected stock of Colored Dress Goods in the city will be on sale Goods will be sold for strictly casb If charged will be charged at regular selling price Sale Commences Monday at Nine Oclock PERSONAL in Midway Sunday Hon Hanson Kennedy of Carlisle was in the city yesterday Miss Annie Hale has returned from a visit to Indianapolis Ind Mr W P Hampton returned to his home in Louisville Saturday Miss Emma Morris went to Louis Â¬ ville Thursday to visit friondB Little Marie Mastin is slowly re- Â¬ covering from her dangerous illness Mr Thos B Wiard of Pineville spent Sunday in the city visiting his mother Miss Maggie Griffin of Louisville spent Monday in the city visiting relatives Mr Robert Stephens and son Mas Â¬ ter Elmo are visiting his mother Mrs Ed Stephens South Side Mrs Emma Conway who has been visiting relati ves here left Saturday for her home in Owensboro Mr Robert Gprham and family of Willmore Ky are visiting his sister Mrs Ed Stephens South Side Miss Ella Mills who has been visit-ingMrs George V Miller has re tamed to her home in Mt Sterling Miss Pattie Graham visited friends 2 W I V3f Deaths Anderson The infant child of Thnnsglving Proclamation 7 spent Thursday night in the city vis- iting hi3 sister Mrs Vernon L Clark Mrs W B Robinson and little son Master Tnrlton have gone to Louis ville to spend several days with friend8- visiting her sister Mrs W H New hall 8treet8- Mrs Wm Skeene of Louisville is I Gov Brown on Wednesday Mr Richard Anderson and wife issued the annual Thanksgiving died at the home of its parents in proclamation as follows South Frankfort Tuesday night In observance of a long-estalished custom I recommend that and was buried Wednesday of Morris Mr John Morris died Thursday bethe 30th daya day No set apart as vember of near Hatton Shelby county on Thanksgiving and prayer by all Tuesday and the remains were the citizens of our beloved Com Let thanks be offer brought to this city for interment monwialth ed our Heavenly Father for abun- Â¬ Wednesday dant blessings and great mere es let us comfort the afflicted bestow Births gifts on the poor and show kind Griffey In this city on Tues msh to all strangers within our day November 14 1893 to Mr gates In testimony wheieof I have Tobe Griffey and wife a son hereunto set my hand and caused the G cat Seal of the Commoi Candidate for Assessor wealth to be affixed Done at of Mr Jas Frankfort the capital this the The announcement D OConnor as a Candida e for fifteenth day of November in the County Assessor subject to the year ol our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ninety threeand action of the Republican party in the one hundred and second wll be found in another column year of the Commonwealth Having known D s from a small John Young Brown boy we can safely say that should By the Governor Headley Secretary of ft be his good fortune to be elect John W State ed he will endeavor to discharge the duties of the office faithfully The Woods Full of Them and to the best of his ability It is wonderful how quickly b Â¬ JOE T STATEN I CO I i Have purchased the entire stock 4 of i FURNITURE 4 f -- Of Frankfort Furniture Manu- factoring Co i i i i i i i f Senator Allen spoke 14i hours TT Cl O Oil 111 u o senate on Oliver diij It will not take 3 minutes to convince you of bar gains found at our store X- 1 Â¬ i i i i i i i i 4 jr - corner of Third and Steele Some of the Iron Arrived absence of four years in the State of Washingtan is visiting friends in this her old home Mr W J Hughes returned Monday from a sojourn of several weeks at Hot Springs Arkansas very much improved in health Â¬ Miss Maggie Hogan of Midway and Miss Mame Whalen of Versailles Baptist Supper attended the Gorman Downey Wed- ding in this city Tuesday The supper given by the ladies Mrs Al Smith who was summoned here by the sickness and death of her ol tne mPtISC Lnurcii in their sister Mrs Ann Morris returned to chapel Thursday evening was her home in Cincinnati Monday Messrs G T Church Richard largely attended a splendid lunch Â¬ Shinkle left Sunday evening for was served and the receipts very j Grayson Springs on a hunting trip satisfactory Mrs Sam Steele left Wednesday for strayed or cT TVNAn A lrW Advertised Letters at Frankfort a visit to friends in Nashville and New Orleans and from the latter ny cow from my premises No Kentucky city will go to California to spend the 543 North St Clair street Light winter j on the under side of body horns Below will be found a list of adverÂ¬ in cropped tail 1 A liberal tised letters for the week ending Mr J S McKendrick and wife point who have been visiting the family of reward will be paid for her return November 18 1893 Mr W J Hughes for several weeks Lilly 0 V have returned to their home inLex or information that will enable me Brown Dan to get her Leonidas Harkod Mastin Tanny Butcher Jack ington Burley K R Mitchel Mr u it MissBurnadettaLaughlin of White Brown Mrs Mack MeldrunyWm who has been visiting Miss Sulphur Willion Lost White hound dog with Brooks Mrs Liz Moon Sadie Blanche Hill corner of Main nnd Miles zie Oampbell streets returned home black spots on back and flank a Barnett Mr Ma- - Milliken J S Tuesday small piece out of one ear A tilda Newman Elizza liberal rewa d will be paid finder Canteen Oarline Owen Eddy and Mr Hiram Berry and wife left Copps L L Ethel Thursday afternoon for a trip to Willie Green Pattor W R Curtis John Pennsylvania They will visit Fleetwood Farm Olark John Rabison Jessie friends near the homo of his child- Â¬ Dickerson Henry Stone Ed hood in Fayette county and in Phila Â¬ Suing Cora Dinolli G IJneklonH AnUca Salve delphia while away Fields Mrs Mary Sb Olair H col Sanford Babe Rev George Darsie of this city The best salve in the world for Outs Minnie Singleton W P has been aiding his nephew George BruIseH Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fennly Walter Taylor Howard Gains Darsie jr In a two weeks revival Fever Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Hall Dr Thompson Wm meeting ab Covington Ho reports a Chilblains Corns and all Skin Erup Â¬ Hose W J 0 Wiegat Jas N 0 pleasant and successful meeting but tions and positively cures Piles or Jackson Alice Valker H H protests against the too free use of no pay required It is guaranteed to Valance J W Koiiey Ae sr which the Covington folks give satisfaction or money refunded When calling for these letters say were guilty of in distinguishing him Price 25 cents per box For sale by 8 lv from his nephew Piiil Carpenter advertised J M Sapfell P M I Mrs Eliza Jane Watson after an One car load of iron for the St Clair street bridge came in over the Kentucky Midland Railway yesterday morning and it will not be long now before the work of tearing away the old and erecting the new bridge will begin 1 constitutional lawyers are developed Since the unfortunate tangle in the election of city officers came up men whom we never dreamed of being members of the legal fraternity can tell you in one minute more law than the Chief Justice and the entire appelThe late bench ever dreamed of wonderful fellow with such a store of knowledge should no longer hide his light imder a peck measure in this bottom but go west where his giant intellect will have room to blaze forth and daz zle the universe Â¬ t 226 ANN STREET 4 SUCH A RUSH Crowds and pushing of last year Do you remember it STANDING ROOM AT A PREMIUM Small Profit Flan m Again we are loaded Hundreds could not get in 20 clerks could not serve the crowd house buch was the success of the the jtsfci tothe brim with the largest stock in the city 10000 PRESENTS TO SELECT FROM Come and see our goods and prices HOLIDAY OPENING OF DECEMBER RACKET Davis Hold Over The examining trial of Beatty L Davis for the killing of William Coble took place before Judge B G Williams yesterday and re suited in the defendant being held over to the Circuit Court in the Failing to give sum of 581000 bond he was sent to jail down from overwork or boiuobold cares itobuiidi tho system aldi digestion removes excess of bile Ad cuxM malaria Get tbe genuine STORE For Malaria Liver Trou- i LcorIndigestionuso For Assessor 0 WITS IRON BITTERS Wh lire authorized to announce JASDESMOND OCONNOIt ns n candidate for Assessor of Frank Â¬ lin county can party Subject to tbe action of the Republi Â¬ Many Persons an broken Browns Iron Bitters W J CHINN JR ATTOltirBT AT ScAW Will practice In all State Court Of Â¬ fice second floor Cuitom House v rEfj lifclLirfh1 mugrujgMZKWA Lfe K -- i S IliVEHCnflHE We carry a large line of sterling silver spoons and forks tipped and fancy patterns all weights Also a nice line of souvenir spoons PLATED FLATWARE We carry a full and complete line of ROGERS BROTHERS Knives Forks and Spoons Also the Holmes Edwards Sterling Inlaid Spoons Our patterns are and Forks 1 Hbav 4P-KPr TIPPED SAVOY m A FHLKTKSLJrOrtl SelTbert -KIJjIYED HIS NEIGIIUOft MINNEHALA and ASSYRIAN PEARL ANTIQUE J AC ROSE Je-w-ei- er XSLEtISraTCTOISLTg I Manual Training Â¬ Seattle in t 1 V r M i Mi 5 Childhood is activity personified Activity may be directed Intelmisdirected or surpressed Beattie L Davis and Wm ligent systematic labor such as Coble ipro small farmers living manual training gives directs the near Antioch Church on the childs activity into proper chanStoney Creek pike had a falling nels causing him t become creative to become a producer To out some time since and Sunday be creative is the normal condition afternoon Coble went to Davis of childhood Manual training house when the latter received fosters this condition Through him with a double barreled shot inattention to the childs best ingun fired two loads of BB shot terests or through inability to direct his activity into proper chaninto his body causing his death in nels or through indifference in Mr W S Pols regard to results many parents a few minutes grove who was corrflng along the permit children to direct or shoot- rather to misdirect their activity pike at the time saw the ing arrested Davis brought him and they become destructive Misdirected activity is always to town and lodged him in jail It destructive it is an abnormal de is said the trouble grew out of a velopment Suppressed activity family matter induces and confirms the habit of Both men are past the meridian idleness There is no dount that of life Davis appearing to be the majority of idle lazy children are victims of suppressed activity much the oldest and were near There is no doubt that much of neighbors Coble was originally the listlessness inattention and from York Pennsylvania served idleness of the school room is the during the late war in a Pennsylva result of the suppression of the Idleness is the nia regiment for which he was pupils activity reopen portal to drawing a pension For several quirements which crime The civilized society years he had been running a mark imposes upon itself are generally et wagon to this city where he elevating in their tendencies else were impossible His remains improvement was well known were buried Wednesday with the Society forms ideals and strives To day attain them honors pf the G A R by the A requires that intelligence society and skill G Bacon Post of this city of be more closely related than they which he was a member ever were in the past Intelligent Coroner Dehoney summoned a systematic labor fits one for a jury Monday morning went out higher sphere in life than he could occupy if possessed of mere skill and held an inquest when the fol only The more thought one can lowing verdict was returned by put into the labor of his hands the jury the more valuable his labor beManual training enables We of the jury find the dead comes the pupil to put thought into his body before us to be that of Wm It is truly pitiable to beCoble and that he came to his labor hold a human being make of him death from gun shot v ourids the gun being in tne hands of one B self a michine for the purpose only of moving matter from one L Davis place to another to see him L Mangan Rest content in his darkness a M J Meaghek clod Unintelligent labor is the J E KlRTLEV substratum of society J W Gaines Man becomes moral as he beW A Howard comes intellectually and physicalD B Walcutt ly able that is intelligent labor promotes morality With the Itoal Estate Transfers immediate result of his labor The real estate agency of before him the pupil learns to love Messrs L B Marshall Co work for its own sake He acquires have made the following sales this habits of industry by closing the door to idleness While satisfying week his natural activity he removes Five acres of ground on Thorn the temptation to do wrong Love Hill to Mr L C Payne of Owen of work and the habit of industry are barriers to vice and crime county What induces the voluntary ac A frame cottage of three rooms tivity of the child We answer with lot upon which it stands- on that he exerts himself voluntarily Short street to Mrs Frances only when he sees a practical ben liuffin efit attained as a result of his effort His effort must react upon A CIIITjB enjoys himself either pleasurably or That the child posThe pleasant flavor gentle action profitably sesses a selfish propensity is true and soothing effects of Syrup of A selfish propensity is a natural Figs when in need of a laxative endowment which if unstrained rind if the father or mother be until it reaches its extreme would It is only by costive or billious the most grati annihilate society directing the current of selfishness fying results follow its use so that its it is the best family remedy known into be right channel that the child will lifted to that level of hu and every family should have a manity where he will desire no bottle on hand more for himself than he grants to Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Jj Davis Used a Shot gun on Win Coble With Fatal Result Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ others and will demand for others what he himself enjoys Then is he fitted for reciprocal union with society Then is he able to help his fellow men and in turn receive and appropriate their assistance To be a member of society the individual must be willing anO able to co operate with Co operation is impossi others ble without some knowledge of the duties of social humanity In the kindergarten and in the manual traning school we have the Here the minature of society pupil learns to maintain his own rights and to respect the rights of others their associates Here the pupils curb selfishness by learning to co operate with each other for mutual improvement Here they in profitable expend their activity labor which bears the same characteristics as docs the labor of practical life of later years and requires the expenditure of the same mental and physical powers Here his poweis of mind and muscle grow because the condition for growth nutriment and exercise are present in proper quantity and of palatable quality Â¬ Â¬ FALL WINTER oif1 STOCK M BOOTS SHOES --AT- HATS CAPS fi fl K fCLURE S prices are right We have the best goods the largest stock and TO BE CONTINUED Â¬ How Jx Become Fleshy Â¬ t Â¬ Dr Miles Nervine not only cures all nervous diseases headache blues nervous prostration sleeplessness neuralgia 8t Vitus dance fits and hysteria but also builds up the bodv I am pleased to say that after years of intense suffering with nervous dis Â¬ ease headache and prostration 1 tried Dr Miles lleatorativd Nervine and in two weeks gained eight pounds in weipbt I could not fie down to sleep but now sleep perfectly easy and am still improving wonderfully Cannot say enough for the Nervine Mrs L B Mjllahd Dunkirk N Y One customer used Nervine and gained fiftepn pounds in flesh BayB Brown MAYnuRY Cortland N YM Trial bottles and elegant book freo at J W Oayles 8 To our many county friends we would say dont lay in your winter stock of goods until you have looked At our goods We know what you need have the goods and will please you Â¬ The Kentucky Â¬ Works Tixiggy Harness Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Are showing the largest and finest line of Plush Woolen and Fur Rugs ever brought to this city Prices very low on them Also a lot of hand made harness very cheap too fine mounting and warranted to wear I I 2t house on Ann street l K MCLURE SON For Sale or Rent My dwelling tf J T Buckley who are thin hollow-chestor growing too fast ed Children Strong Â¬ made - Healthy by are Robust and lOVING We intend keeping goods moving if good goods and low prices will do it We are daily receiving Â¬ J Scotts Emulsion the Cream of Cod liver OH It contains material for mak Â¬ ing healthy Flesh and Bones Cures Coughs Colds and Weak Lungs Physicians the world over endorse It Dont bs deceived Vprd bj Soott Jk Uown fcy Â¬ Presn 3 oocLs Olives Oli sre Oil DETencn Peas and laisnrooreis Asparagus Edam and DPine- pple and Oxeam Oneese 3sc 3cc 3sc DE2espectfull3r On September 30 we receive our first consignment of Oysters and will keep nothing but best goods regularly in stock Â¬ Â¬ Substitutes All Druirgliu N Y JAS HEENEY THE SOUTH SIDE GROCER lUttklU 44 i FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT gentleman and his wife on board with several friends was met and Entered nt the post onice nt Frankfort Kentucky salutes were fired from each boat as socoml clnss mailable matter while the whistles screamed and GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub every body cheered and waved FRANKFORT NOVEMBER 18 CpPflfEc8 - J L HODMAN SON i 1893 VIEWING TUB WORK Trip of the Congressmen on tlie River Mainly through the exertions of Hon AS Berry assisted by Hon A G Caruth M C Ltele and Jas B McCreary a portion of tr- - Hi the Congressional River and Harbor Committee were induced to come to this city on Friday of last week to view the work done by the Government upon the locks The and dams in the river party consisted of the following gentlemen Hon NCBlanchard of Louisiana Chairman Geu C H Grosve nor Ohio Hon L E Barnes of Wisconsin Hoh Binger Herman of Oregon Hon J W Causey of Delaware Hon J E Reyburn of Pennsylvania Hon W R Ellis of Oregon and Messrs F A G Handy clerk of the committee H G Clement secretary of Mr Â¬ Â¬ Bur Mr J Pennsylvania E Beall secretary of Hon J D Xj i Alderson of West Virginia Sen ator Wtn Lindsay Hons A S Bewy A G Caruth M C Lisle Jas IB McCreary and W C P ONealof Breckinridge Accompanied by Col j Stoddard Johnston of Louisville Gen Jaek Hendrick Maj Norman Gen LindseyGen HewittL and numerous others As we stated in our last issue they were taken in charge by a committee of the City Council and citizens Fridry afternoon and conducted on board of the Gen O M Poe the Government snag boat and made a run down the river to Lock No 3 viewed that work and Lock No 4 returning to the city at 8 oclock in the evening After spending the night at the Capital Hotel they again boarded the Poe the next morn ing at 830 and steamed away for The boat was pro High Bridge vided with refreshments both solid and liquid and Maj D W Lockwood U S Engineer in charge of the department Lieu tenant H E Warterman U S Engineer iii charge of the river and Capt Jas F Browinski captain of the Poe did the honors of the boat and were ably assisted by Mayor Tobin Councilmcn Gray Ellwanger McClure and others The run up the river was greatly who enjoyed by the visitors spent the time in viewing the splendid scenery shooting at wild ducks birds trees on the bank snags tec Councilman Gray hav ing provided numerous guns of various patterns for the purpose and listening to Col J Stoddard Johnston of Louisville explain a map showing the wonderful re sources of the upper Kentucky and the great need for the carrying of slack water navigation to the Three Forks so that the wealth of coal and iron in the mountains could be floated out to On the way the boat market stopped long enough at Locks No 5 and 6 the latter of which stands as a monument to the engi neering skill of Capt R S BurThe committee expressed nett themselves greatly pleased with both works and left the impression upon the minds of all who talked with them that they would favor the placing of the river under the contract system Just below Lock No 5 the pleasure yacht of Hon Harvey Meyers of Covington with that Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mr Willis Rossen found a box partly out of the ground on the west face of Fort Hill Sunday afternoon which he dug up and upon examination found to con- Â¬ tain the skeleton of a child supTo National Fraternal Congress posed to be only a few days old He turned it over to the police At Cincinnati November 21st tb For this occasion the Ken- Â¬ who supposing the infant to have 33d tucky Midland will sell tickets to been foully dealt with are inves- Â¬ Â¬ I the past twelve years say3 Cham berlains Cough Remedy gives better satisfaction than any other cough medicine I have ever sold There is good reasons for this No other will cure a cold so quickly no other is so cor tain a preventive and cure for croup no other affords so much relief in cases of whooping cough Jborsale by J w uayie their handkerchiefs The scenery from this point to High Bridge was simply grand and was pronounced by Gen Grosvenor superior to any to be seen upon the Hudson or in Europe At High Bridge General Superintendent Geo B Harper and General Passenger Agent C D Bercaw of the Kentucky Midland had a special train in vaitingand the distinguished visitors and almost all on board took the train for Lexington Here a number of those Irom Frankfort boarded O train and returned the C home but the others after a tiresome wait of several hours for an engine to pull the train proceeded over the Kentucky Union Riil road to Benttyville where they arrived at 12 oclock that night The private car of Superintendent Harper had been literally ladencd down with refreshments before it left this city which were dispensed with a lavish hand by Messrs Harper and Bercaw aided by Mr Geo L Payne and the party feasted royally while the train sped through the mountain gorges to the head waters of the Kentucky After a nights rest at the Nin aweb Hotel the party took the train and went out to one of the coal mines which is in operation there and saw where some of the finest bituminous coal in the wond is being taken out after which they viewed what remain of the work done on the riverby the Government and the train started for Lexington which city was reached about 3 oclock in the afternoon The Congressmen and several gentlemen who had accompanied them left the train visited several stock farms near Lex ington and at 6 oclock took the C O train for Charleston West Virginia to inspect the Kanawha and tne Frankfort paity came on home Every one of the visitors was delighted with his visit to Kentucky and spoke in the highest praise of the generous welcome and treatment they recdivrd while here Whatever good comes of this visit can be set down to the credit of Col Al Berry for it was he who suggested the trip and it will be no fault of his if the seed sown in the minds of the members of the committee while here do not His heart is in the bear fruit matter and he is an untiring worker Mr W M Terry who has been in the drug business at Elkton Ky for Â¬ LOWER J fjyJSSmt THAN EVER cents cents 5 cents 10 cents 5 cents 5 cents 95 cents 5 5 A large stock of Â¬ Â¬ fftrTwM Â¬ T5th the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it s pleasant and refreshing to the taste and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys Â¬ Â¬ -- tem effectually dispels colds head aches mid fevers and cures lmhitual Syrup of Figs is tho This is the lowest price ever made on these goods constipation only remedy of its kind ever pro Dry Goods cheaper than ever known luced pleasing to the taste and ac oeptultle to the stomach prompt in Sep 3 3in Xi its action and truly beneficial m its fleets prepared only from the most heal thy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it lo all and have made it the most Â¬ Best Indigo Blue Calico v Best Colored Calico Good Canton Flannel Good Bed Ticking Yard Wide Brown Cotton Yard Wide Bleached Cotton Good Comfort -- 8 t y It J BODMAN SON i Â¬ popular remedy known1 Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and SI bottles by all leading drug 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 CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SAN FRANCISCO CAL NEW YORK LOUISVILLC KY if IP Ai Ja lifeiEEr p 11 Â¬ j l i I s W Â¬ wM 4 j NY SJ Dropped His Gun Mr James ODonnell was run Â¬ N station Mon- Â¬ ning to the L day morning to put a letter on the 1 1 oclock train and just as he passed the corner of Mr J W Gayles drug store at Ann and Broadway streets he dropped a The hammer struck the pistol sidewalk exploding the cartridge The ball passed through the clothing of Mrs Buffin who was passing at the time grazing the flesh and struck the Roundabout man who was standing in the middle of the sidewalk in front of the drug store on the elbow The ball must have also struck the wall of the drug store for its force was evidently nearly spent when it reached us as it did not penetrate a heavy overcoat sleeve but made a blue place where it struck and stung considerably for a time Â¬ 1 VI 4 j Â¬ Call ana see tho MAJESTIC RANGE made of Steel and maleable Iron Will last a litetime They are a Kitchen necessity lighten labor and improve the flavor of the food JACOB SWIGERT ON MAIN STEET TO CO Have Removed From the Batzell Building Â¬ J W Fairbanks Â¬ Postmaster at Mankato Neb writes us as follows I have taken but one of your Dr Hales House Capital Hntel Basement nf old Tea and it is the first medicine I have found that has done me any They will fillthis space with an entire new advertisement in a For 30 years I have been good liver and kidney trou Â¬ short time troubled with bles growing worse all the time For the laBt 10 years I have not been able to do much or any work I feel dull sleepy and as though I could not stir My bowels would not move oftener than once a week After taking one package I am much better and Have now can take hold and work a good appetite and bowels regular For dyspepsia constipation all liver and kidney troubles etc it has no equal Only 25c and 50c a package OLD KY at P H Carpenters drug store o 101 AND 102 ANN STREET the W McKEE HARDIE DRUGGIST Remains of an Infant Found STAND FRANKFORT Wp keep a full line of DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES And cordially ask our friends to give us a call HALLS ass W McKEE HARDIE Jan21 lT --- --- C L GAYLE I Lawn Mowers 4 Cincinnati and return at 363 tigating the matter M Â¬ Â¬ DPRICES Lead The Markets le The only Pure Cream of Tartar Ponder AprMlHjr Friends I stand at the HEAD for Hardware anrf on LAWN MOWERS I 4 soo Street i - 4BO m IB m Ued ih Millions of Homes 40 Yours the Standard L Vl No Ajnmoaia No Alum 323 BKOAIDvr-A-2- r i i IN J t -- HiuJjVi A- hi YrlfrlkitfrtflifttffHffli 5 1 i MfcwgscggMaygTagag LET NONE STAY AWAY r We make a grand showing of Long Ulsters and Overcoats from 5 to 25 each new and stylish We will do the overcoat business of the town Our splendid stock of All ReSL3L--LSL3L- e Is swelling our sales and bringing us money every day We have popular priced goods in great variety Come and get a suit at 8 9 10 1250 15 or up to 25 if you want a fine one We are busy making suits to order Our stock of WOOLENS is unsurpassed and our reputation for making good fitting suits is unexcelled Clotliixig CASSELL HORSEY DEALERS IN HUDSON HUMPHRIES FRANKFORT FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT ards of Louisville and several other parties whose names we did NOVEMBER 18 1893 louisvilte tobacco mar ket FURNISHED BY GLOVER DURRETT LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREH0U8E Â¬ Antumn Autumns leaves are falling fast Shotfored down by every blast And strewn along tbo ground And the brown and naked trees When shaken of the wintry breezj Bring forth a dismal sound Tho Red Men In the fur oft West Have lighted fires that never rest Until the ground Is bare We see tho smoke a misty haze Which rises from the crackling blaze And fills the noon day air The merry children In their play Pile up the leaves and let them lay Until the daylight dies And when the shades of evening fall They gather round them one and all To watch the smoke arise The birds still sing but not the song They used to sing when days were long Or when tho fields were green The morning son still rises bright But natures hands have la tho night Wrought changes In the scene No more sparkling dew Jrops lay Like tears upon the face of day Or jewels from the deep The glistening frost now greets the eye And on the ridge and hilltop high We see tho untie sleep 4 ras tjl m r All nature wears a peaceful And seems to rest from toll and care As though her work was done Ken the babbling brooks run alowf As onward through the fields they go And to the rivers ran We cannot see the tailing leaves And all around the gathered sheaves ar In heaps upon tue ground It Is a time when all will think And Into melancholy rink Tor death Is all around One living In the country will note that the cattle sleep until long after the sun is up and n tie highest ground to be found fChoked up with leaves Beattyville M w w I v V Dyring a brief visit to the above place the first of the week we took a walk around the streets and viewed the surroundings and could not help but think there is a great future for the town The boom which burst there a year or two ago hurt it considerably but it seems to be recovering The Her from the effects now man L umoer io nave erected a large saw mill there and will in a short time erect a furniture facto Last February the ry also Cumberland Gap Beattyville Railroad was opened a road only nine miles long connecting Beattyville with the Kentucky Union Raijroad where it erosses the North Fork of the Kentucky river near Lumber Point and since that time the business of the town has greatly increased two coal mines have been opened the population of the place is daily increasing in consequence and it need not be surprising ithe village of about 1200 soujjl of to day becomes a flourishing town of Sooo inhabitants in the next five or six years The Beattyville Cumberland Gap Railroad was built by a company composed of Messrs Ed Robert and Eugene WallacerJames and John Amsden of Versailles Judge A E Rich Â¬ Â¬ not learn at a cost of iooo per mile and it is earning for its owners a net profit of 1200 per Ten car loads of coal month and lumber are shipped every day now and the business is steadily increasing Mr Winder Monroe who was raised here is the general manager and Mr Eugene Wallace an old scholar of Prof B H Sayre has charge of the transportation department While riding on the rear platform of the train on the way home in conversation with Hon of Pennsylvania J E Reyburn he said he did not know of a better place for one to settle than Beatty ville and if he knew of a sober industrious young man looking for a location he would advise him to go there as he thought the town was sure to grow rapidly He was struck with the appearance of the coal mined there the moment he entered the office of the hotel and saw a large lump of it burning on the grate and stood and watched it for a long time He examined it also at the mine and said it was the best bituminous coal he ever saw nearly as hard as anthracite and that he intended to order a lot of it shipped to him at Washington City for use in his grates The Three Forks Investment Company have spent a great deal of money there in the last few years and have erected a neat little hotel called the Ninaweb after an Indian chief who roamed over the mountains of that section in the early days of the State It is now kept by Mr Frank A Lyons a former Georgetown boy in very good style and at reasonable rates The size of our party taxed its capecity however but we believe all spent a comfortable night under its roof The location of the town on the side of a hill is rather a drawback to its spreading out but push and enterprise will overcome all obstacles and Beattyville will come to the front in the near 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HANNEN Sales oh our market for the week just closed amount to 2670 hhds with receipts for tho x same period of 785 hhds Sales on our market since January 1st amount to 120046 hhds Sales of the crop of 1892 on our market to this date amount to 120706 hhds The sales on our market this week Â¬ Wagons hhds new burley and the market for such was somewhat stronger than it has been since the opening of the season One hhd new burloy sold as high as 1675 The general tone of the market for 1802 burley crop was somewhat embraced 71 Buggies MANUFACrURERS C arriages and Farming implements OF The following quotations fairly rep Â¬ resent our market for burley to- Â¬ bacco 1892 crotO stronger Hand Made Trash dark or damaged tobacco Common Colory trash trash 232 DR Harness and Horse Goods -INTOST -A- SmEEEETX JOHN DRISCOLI TIKCIS Medium to good colory 4 00 5 00i 5 00 4 60a 6 00 4 50 6 00 50 50 00 9 15 18 26 0C W I KELLEY Common lugs not colory Common Colory lugs Medium to good colory 8 00 lugs Common to medium leaf 9 OOfl 15 00a Good to fine leaf Select wrappery styles 18 00fa OF CINCINN AT 10 will be at tlie 00 00 00 PHOENIX HOTEL Liquor IN LEXINGTON KY Merchant opposite Stale House ItVaMJstalte To neglect caring for a cough or cold Every time you cough you increase tho trouble and soon an inflammation is started that in a short time is difficult to control Dr Hales House Â¬ hold Cough Cure has such a magic effect upon a cough allaying all irritation so quickly that every person in the land should always have a bot-Â¬ tle of this wonderful medicine on hand to begin taking at once upon the first appearance of a cold It costs only 25o and 50o a bottle at a P H Carpenters drug store Â¬ Saturday November 25 1893 Saturday December 16 1893 HEMORRHOIDS Pile cured without surgloa operation and wltu little or no pulti A full line of pure Anderson county whiskies wlnesbrandles etc 235 BROADWAY April 15 tf REEERENCES nardle Frankfort J A Scott Frankloit Ky Dr E M Gober Frankfort J T Staten Frankfort Ky V Berberlcb Frankfort h W McKee v Ky Ky J Hughes Frankfort Ky David Moore Benson Ky Jas M Wltbrow Frankfoit Ky DR KELLEYS office und residence Is at 269 West Eigbtb street Cincinnati and where be may be found every day ol each week except SATUR- Â¬ Rev L P Uulett Benson Ky A H McClure Kruimtort Ky nivnn for K- -I- UU DOUBLE BREECHLOADER mt A Pew Days Only Madam LaSelle of New York the most wonderful Clairvoyant in the country is stopping at the Merriweather Hotel Room 15 Office hours from 10 am to 9 Shows photographs of fup m ture mates Owing to the even ings being short as many as can should come during the day Price Ladies 50c Gentlemen Â¬ faraplilets describing these diseases DAYS and tbe mode of treatment sent free to any one W I KELLEY M D by addressing 259 W Eight at Cincinnati O CONSDLTATION FREE Slut SOU C1 WiltlMfter Bifift SlU hbw WicHMter BflHttlis Sbot Quo Model 1893 Scad 8Ua for tope CtUlccw BmeHofflic rum COCUlE B8T01THI IleM 200 to 5000 925 to 1200 200 to 1000 125 FUttf 1688 GRIFFITH 51 SCMPLK ulhiMrU 5 Main Street MnrlMr LOUISVILLE KY NOTICE Elmville to make a settlement of tbe estate Respectfully S O WIGGINTON Nov 4 4t Administrator 100 Nov 16 iw Gu Â¬ Parker will plaso present same properly proven as I wish ALL PERSONS estate of tbe late Wyatt Ky October SO 1893 HAVING CLAIMS AGAIFST Cheap to Augusta Nov 15th 22nd 29th and Dec 6th the Kentucky Midland Railway will sell tickets to Augusta Ga and return from Frankfort at 2290 from Paris 2250 account Augustas Exposition Orchard Lawn Garden -- MI UILKJVfilS FULL STOCK OF- - Fruit fceot 23 Ornamental Trees OOTF p tf future Grape Vines Asparagus VVM CROMWEL1 EY-AT-- ATTORN wrariferaay L AW taaatlM wrd fry toUag RBAL BSTATB AGBJVT Gavfearrfc Owe An agreeable Laxattro and NERVE TONIC 25o60o V J OupwYAOFtjp TUo O Sold by Druggists or sent by mallfree to adjoining eountlM ant Hi funWIn Samples wlU alio clva ipelal attantloaTe tbe punkas krnows and 100per package Favorite Wttw wkmntji years TOWDU and aala ol rati ertaU ecUaeUoa UTrt HA The fmU alalai P J Oaeney ftortlM hm If and AwftrthoToethaadlJreathJMo and ta tagotUWaa af lean kaltov hlaa perfectly heaoravU In AW lnftb all auaiaeM tcwHeaeiioa and flnaa For sale by W McKee Hardie TOOTH am to the planter and have no agents Catalogue on apnllcatlon il F UILLENMEYER Oct21 3m Lexington Ky SMALL FRUITS SHRUBS and everything usually found In a nursery establishment We sell direct Oitwfc that t Work Worry and Disease Wketoaale Druggiata Fine Farm for Rent Administrators Notice Teledo Oalo Waiting KhuMBi Marrim WholeÂ¬ DUDLEY FARM ADJOINING CITY sale Ifeagxieta Teledo Oslo PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST Georgetown pike limits HalUe Oatarrk Out ki iakea inter ALL estate of Wlckllffe Chapman deceased 906 acres on tberesidence tobacco containing large burn and sally aettag dhreeily pen the blood will presentthem properly proven to me Persons stables Splendid dairy and tobacco farm Indebted to tbe estate will please call and settle PosHessInn Kiven Marclrlst 1KM For particu and mucosa euriaees of the system Immediately lars apply to waitkh i chapman Priee Ho per bottle Sold by aU Administrator with the will annexed FRANKOHINN Nov 18 4t druggists 14 9 Jul22 tf FranklortKy eialJy aMe fee cany oai aay obliga tion Made tor tke Ana Jan 28 1v HALLS OLD STAND WeetftTruax Â¬ are n formidable trio yet the weak person frequently has to meet all of tnem ut once How can he overcome The answer Is with our Comi odni Oxtokn and ours only The count less demonstrations of 23 years war runt this reply Our treatment Is available for home use neither need your occupation be Interfered with The value of these features Is obvious What about your need7 Abookotexplanutlonarultvooff Is yours to consider Dra DecSMy PA LBN 8TARKEY im Arch Street Philadelphia If asked for now a lum zanasi rvVF msi nKX522K3X iiin 4 Essrasua- Times Are Hard Save Your Money BOMHaMntfaMUiUH4ftAtaiUJM S5 M n u o w Enin -- n u 2n - Pi 3 ip j HH HOME MADE GOODS tv s B H 5 2 W MY STEEL RANGE fri w W w Is manufactured in Louisville Ky under my I instructions for Frankfort trade can save you from THIS CAN DO to b K c o 20 TO 40 PER CENT In the first cost C H If You are going to buy a Steel Range V A L B MARSHALL GAINES and waltz movements knocked over a couple of chairs confessing his Baptist Ohurch Public worship Of the Franklin County Teachera villainy loudly he knew the hinge at the Baptist Ohurch to morrow will Association to be held at Bald Knob of that story almost in the ears of be conducted at both services 11 a m Saturday November 25 1893 the eaves d ropping hero finally did and 7 p m by RevW C Taylor the 930 945 Music a couple of thundering falls and pastor 945 1015 Welcome Address Rev was hustled off to jailby the propSunday school at 930 a m in the Garrett Reed erty man disguised as a policeman chapel 1015 1030 Vardaman amidst the deafening applause of Reading The hour for the evening service Moore Miss Annie Yarbrough Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a that Cali ornia audience has been changed from 730 to 7 by 1030 1045 Recess It went evidently the receipts share of the insurance patronage Real estate bought sold or leased vote of the congregation 1055 1200 School Grading Wm were saved and the star satisfied but A good line of both city and country property for sale at all times Hughes W O Guthrie and Misses not having to encounter the villain in Christian Ohurch Rev George Ida Semones and Fannie Daily the last act she never knew that MAIN STREET OFFICE Darsie returned Thursday from his props at the wrong time that night 130 Noon 1200 meeting at Covington Ky and will Responsibility of the got the villain out of the way before 130 220 preach to morrow at 11 and 730 teacher Wm Oardwell B D Lee he went to sleep in dead earnest on a ROOMS FOR-- RENT oclock as usual settee on the stage and Lizzie McGruder Young Peoples Society of Chris Â¬ 220 245 Recess FARM OV 100 ACRES ON GOOD TURNPIKE Are your children subject to croup GIVEN ON THE FIRST OF tian Endeavor in the lecture room at 245 315 Physiology when should If so you should never be without a POSSESSION Apply to Mrs L 11 Green V17 A road 2 miles from Frankfort This proper Â¬ ty has the usual necessary Improvement Co and Rem 650 it be taught Brack Dorton and Miss bottle of Chamberlains Cough croup Washington street or L B Marshall would make a good dairy or stock farm It Is very desirably located and Is in an excellent edy It is a certain cure for Florence Semones neighborhood and has never Deen Known 10 iau 11 Oatholic Church The usual 315 400 Miscellaneous business given freely as soon as the croupy services at the Ohurch of the Good Adjournment cough appears it will prevent the at- Â¬ 210 Lo Â¬ It is the sole reliance with A FINE FARM OFfrom ACRES FINELY RoodÂ¬ tack Shepherd to morrow will be concated 8 Frankrort on u thousands of mothers who have turnpike roadmiles which there is a brick resi upon ducted by Rev Father W E Gorey Made a Hit croupy children and never disap dence of 5 rooms a tenement of four rooms and This land the pastor 253 ACRES 3 FROM points them There is no danger inÂ¬ all aother necessary Improvements ImprovementsIs A FARM OF on a good turnpikeMILES with a In high state of cultivation the road Frankfort Low mass at 8 a m High mass giving this Remedy in large and fre- are In Hue condition and In order to niakoa residence of 6 rooms 2 tenement houses 2 toIt was Decoration Day night at as is contains bacco and stock barns beside all other neces at 10 a m and Vespers at 330 p m Visolea California two years ago quent doses50 cent bottles fornothing iu1ck sale will be offered at n bargain sale by AH of the improvements sary Improvements injurious including the fencing on this property ore new The theatre was packed to the doois J W Gayle und In urst clnss condition This farm has a Episcopal Church Rev R L and twas almost pverture time m quantity of II ne tobacco land und would also mak will con- Â¬ when little Mattie Vickers McCready the rector u first class stock farm It also him a young Tlie Finest Tram in America who peuch orchard of a thousand tree besides other duct the regular services to morrow comes to Frankfort Monday next FARM OF 100 125 OR 160 ACRES 8 MILES A from Frankfort on a good turnpike road fruit morning at 11 oclock arid 730 p m and tosent word by the call boy to her Is conceded to be the Southwest wth residence tenement houses stocknecessary other bacco barns manager at the front door to hasten ern Limited via Bitj Four Route improve ueutsapple orchard andmostly in timber Thl3 land Is This n grass and will make a good tobuico or stock First Presbyterian Church to the stage He did so to find the to New York and Boston SALE Is offered at a bargain Hev J McOlusky Blayney D D will heavy man a handsome Kentuckian magnificent Wagner Train has farm It occupy his pulpit to morrow at 11 a Taylor Carroll helplessly prostrated been built especially for service 136 ON GOOD TURNPIKE A FARM 3OF ACRES This proper Â¬ road miles from Frankfort m and 730 p m ty has modenite Improvements but is well lo- Â¬ with cramps in the limbs and Miss between Cincinnati New York cated Is In a good eighborhood und would make The Young Peoples Society of Vickers fairly hysterical over the and Boston running through RESIDENCE OF COL J STODDARD a very desirable home will meet in the possible dismissal of the audience in solid to these cities without change Christian Endeavor Johnston on Saelby street now occupied by B Longinoor Possession given ubout Lecture Room at 646 p m Yoa are consequence Composed of Elejant Mrs ofL December Taking in the situa- Â¬ of cars 1st FOR SALF invited tion at a glance and knowing from Coaches Wagner Sleeping Cars hearing them spoken so often the Library and Cafe Car and Hotel Methodist Ohuroh Rev Hi G heavy mans lines he instantly de- Â¬ Dining Car it has become famous OF FIVE ACRES WITH A GARDEN FARM rooms und other improve Â¬ residence of live Henderson the pastor will preach at cided to play the part himself or IM ments at Thorn Hill This property will be sold FARM Complete in all of its appoint A GARDEN located OF 121 ACRES WELL 3 at a bargain 11 a m and 730 p m bluff it through but a sorry bluff it ments it is to day king of the milesproved Frankfort on a good turnpike road from Sunday school meets at 930 a m was even though it saved a 481 road will convene The Epworth League house for Mr Manager had never It leaves Cincinnati at 6 p m FOR RENT in the class room at 7 oclock acted out on the stoige in his life d lily from Central Union Station he did do and how OF THREE ROOMS here Southern Presbyterian Ohurch but made is what though expensively making connections with all A FRAME by COTTAGE on Shore street South 150 feet lot 50 a hit he A FRAME COTTAGE OF SEVEN ROOMS ON small South To a desirable party There will be proaching to morrow to himself with his star and all un through trains from the South and Sidecash could arrange towith u on easyumount goodConway street we are Side This propery Is in weekly uuthoilzed to rent It at repair and sell in New York of 11 a m and 730 p m 16 per month payments lands assengers at wittinglytoo Citv at Grand Central Station He gave that tow headed call boy a A Broken Tie avoiding ferry transfer weeks pay in a large dollar kept When you go East take this The election held in Bellepoint him on a regular two minute interval train on Tuesday November 7th for trot to the adjoining beer store D B MARTIN General Pass Â¬ and back with bracers while ho town trustees resulted in a tie made up aB a heavy villain and by enger and Ticket Agent E O McCORMICK Passen vote between Messrs Carter Hale the time that the curtain went up ger Traffic Manager to almost any sized J W Cox and J W Gilpin for was tuned 10 8t bluff should his memory only nob the fifth member of the board forsake him or stage fright not Queen ana Crescent Magazine On Thursday the returning board overcome his temporary courage consisting of County Judge B G The curtain went up nearly on time The Queen and Crescent Route Willaims Sheriff R D Arm Â¬ and strange to say he managed to is prepared to issue an elaborate strong and County Clerk N B scrape and gag through the first and publication in magazine from de second acts putting in the intervals Smith in the presence of several for overtures stowing away more scriptive ot the different sections witnesses decided the tie by lot bracers with a side one ortwo be- Â¬ of the South tiibutary to its lines Capitalists tourist and business which resulted in the choice of tween times until time for the great men are not likely to forget the effort in the last act whenas the Mr Carter Hale cities so long as the villain he is supposed to become in- southern Route can toxicated and discloses his true vil- Â¬ Queen and Crescent Mysteriously Missing reach them with this artistic publainy in a maudlin conversation with Hon W W Culbertson of himself which the hero overhears lication Copy of this magazine will be ex Congressman fr6m and straightway makes use of to mailed to any address on receipt Ashland finish the story and play as most the ninth district whose wife was plays are properly and speedily of Ten Cents in Postage Stamps Miss Lucy Hardie of Bellepoint Address 3 and The curtain went up on act W C Rinearson mysteriously disappeared from just as that very bluff actor startCincinnati O his home the first of the week and ed to make his entrance that smallÂ¬ Genl Passr Agt boy gave him a tip and an inspira House of four For Rent nothing has been heard of him tion at the same time He rushed up Apply at this office although his son assisted by Cin- behind him and said quickly Youre rooms cinnati detectives has been search- Â¬ jagged now Mister act nateral Boss o tiAfirr AOflKSJ rwnnn- out reillv gooaiorooia- Tim for him since Monday It is an youll frog em and hog em he ing Dr vnii urn all worn i goneru aeDiuiy ity did He got on all right jabbered 111K ii u is feared he has been robbed and enough of the lines to give the mean BUOWN8 UtOJf MTTMUN give and It will oura you cleanse- your a good appetite murdered ing made some beautiful pirouettes J OH ItEIilGIOUS i u Call and see my line fore you bu be- Â¬ nar Programme Tf lamamMsszissi S3 J CS 3E L Â¬ ZEji JK2m m v 8 MARSHALL CO ag fJMgj 8 Real Estate and Insurance Ags 236 FOR SALE FOR SALE y 1 1 S FORSALE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FORJ3ALE Â¬ Â¬ FOR FOR RENT FOR SALE FOR SALE Â¬ Ml 1 L B MARSHALL CO Â¬ Fine Furniture Â¬ Â¬ COMPLETE STOCK Of all the Newest and Prettiest Patterns Id order to make room for our large stock of Fall goods we will offer special 7 Â¬ -- 1 Â¬ - llr R ROGERS SON H namw 7 11 3iH t Preparatory to Changing Our Location f 3E3E And will defy competition both airdiira e ar in price and quality oi goods WE WILL DISP03E OIF1 CTJE2 XITall and will SAVE THEM STOCK OF MONEY We ask our friends to call before purchasing as we will make it to their interest We enumerate below a few of the items we carry in stock General Hardware and Wall Paper Harness Whips Leather Lead L W Mixed Paints Brushes Glass Oils Lime Cement Plaster Salt Sash Doors Blinds Wagons Wagon Materia Surreys Iron Roofing Sewer and Flue Pipe Powder Shot Shells Guns Wire c Cor Main and Lewis Streets COUXCIIi PROCEEDINGS C Matrimonial Jfm M A COLLINS EX WAKDEN NORMANS PRESENTS Court or Claims Opposite the Farmers Bank IIORRIBLE DBATn The Protest Piled and Vacancies Gorman Downey Mr J H Remembcrrd by Pilled Gorman of Lexington and Miss Handsomely and Prisoners Guards Thursday Nov 6 93 Josie Downey of tins county Just after retiring from the President Lewis and all the were quietly married at the Cath members were present olic parsonage Tuesday morning nffie of Warden of the Kentucky The reading of the minutes of by Rev Father VV E Gorey Penitentiary on Wednesday Mr was last the meeting dispensed with A communication was received from the Mayor conveying a statement to the council of the sale of twenty five St Clair street bridge Â¬ home of the brides parents in Hartwell Ohio The bride is the daughter of Rev Howard Henderson formerly of this city and has many friends here where she has frequently visited her aunt Mrs John C Martin The hap layor will be at home py young people The contract for paving guttering and curbing on Steele stieet to their friends after December South Side was awarded to J A 1 2th at No 32 Clark street CinLillis and he was given until next cinnati Monday night to file his bond for Notice of Contest the faithful performance of the work Mr V Berberich the Republi Several accounts that had been left over from the regular meeting can candidate for Mayor has served Kentucky Penitentiary were then allowed notice upon Judge Ira Julian that November 15th 1893 j A communication was received he will contest his election The meetincr of the official of At a by President Lewis from J M will be before a board the Kentucky Penitentiary In Id in nesday Todd refusing to qualify as a contest member of the board from the composed of the County Judge relation to the tesignation of Col The Kings Daughters are enand the two nearest magistrates S A Norman retiring Warden Third Ward G H Stone was cilled to the gaged in their Mission of Mercy County Attorney L F Johnson and must be tried on the fourth appeared before the council and Monday after notice is served chair and Rev W B Cooper They meet at Mrs Featherstons this week asked that a committee be ap- which will be on the nth of De- selected as Secretary Upon motion of M ARooney pointed by the council to confer cember In the meantime both You will see by this letter I am with a committee from the county sides will take affidavits to be sub- J as B Kelley and Ed McGuith once more at home much to the were appointed a committee to court in relation to making re- mitted to the board draft resolutions suitable to the satisfaction of thegude mon who pairs on what is known as the just a week before bade me good occasion which were as follows Beautiful Flowers Boulevard road The President bye with so much fear and mis viz appointed the street committee to J trust but no one tried to steal or Mrs David Nicol has one of the Resolved That we hereby ex act in the above capacity rob me and I didnt get lost and Mr Hendrick moved that the handsomest displays of chrysan- - press our sincere regret that our my enjoyment was beyond words council proceed with the election Hipmums in hprflnwpr nit- w liav pleaSflllt COnneCti ons in official I wish I only had time to take duty are about to end to fill the vacancies of J E Miles ever seen They are of all shades csolved That it is wlth hih notes of what I saw but I was and J M Todd Adopted color and of such delicate tints as gratification we review our past there so short a time that was im Mr Hendrick nominated C MI pjssible There was such a Bridgeford to 611 the vacancy of to defy the artists brush to repro association unmarred by a single bewildering amount to see It Each specimen is unpleasantness M J Todd from the Third duce them was like a scene from the Arabian Resolvcth Tnlt WC desire to de Mr Bridgeford received lam nnri pliMrattt- in annearanre Ward our profound respect and Nightsa here there everywhere was declared especially the variety known asc1 five votes and it was feast for mind and soul elected Mrs Nicol is admiration for Col Norman both so wonderfully beautiful was all I Good Gracious Mr Joseph Weitzel was nomi- justly proud of her flowers and as a private citizen and a public saw a fairyland and the WJiite nated to fill the vacancy occasioned takes pleasure in showing them to official believing him to fid the City I saw a7 modern Pablon full measure of perfect manhood by the resignation of Mr John E her friends nothing but what was beautiful in both capacities Miles and he receiving five votes and my visit was one cf rare enjoy TjCo Prof Resolved That copies of these was declare elected as a councilresolutions be sent to the Louis ment throughout man from the Second Ward Sarah Jane The greatest living Mesmerist ville CourierJournal Mayfield and Judge Holt appeared before the council with a petition of protest willbeatthe Opera House next Frankfort papers with a request Guaranteed Cure in the election held in this city on Thursday Friday and Saturday that they be published Signed the 7th instant signed by Messrs and if you want to spend an eveWe authorize our advertised drug-G H Stone Chairman Milam Furr Smith Gray and ning of real fun you should not gist ro sell Dr Kings New Dis W B Cooper Secretary others and asked that the petition fail covery for Consumption Coughs and to secure your tickets and be Colds upon this condition If you be filed which was ordered done present at his entertainments He nro afflicted with a Cough Cold or In Hoc by the Chairman there being no any Lung Throat or Chest trouble comes to us highly recommended objection Two young men from this city and will use this remedy as directed press and people and his giving it a fair trial and experience There being no further business by the entertainments are of the highest Rpbert Triplett and Tom Shuck no benefit you may return the bottle the council adjourned until 730 order and have your monoy refunded were arrested at Richmond Mon- We could not make this offer did we oclock Monday night day upon the charge of gambling not kpow tht Dr Kings Now Dis A Leader School District No 4 nova If the co very could bo relied on Itfree at Since its first introduction Blectrlo and lodged in jail disappoints Trial bottles has Carpenters Mr Eidtor Why is it the teach- Bittersuntil gained rapidly in popular charge is proven the boys will be Phil size 50c and 100Drug Store now it 1b clearly in the favor Large 2 ers and trustees of thei common lead among pure medicinal tonics a hard row of stumps as they school districts will not imform and aHeratives containing nothing send people to the pen from Rich Dr Hnlos Ilousohold Ointment its themselves in regard to the common which permits it is use as a beverage mond for gambling or intoxicant recognized as the school law Here in our district best and purest medicine for all ail Is the finest remedy in the world the trustees we have but two are ments of Stomach Liver or Kidneys The Best Plaster -- Dampen a It absolutely cures catarrh It cures Cures trying to collect money through It will cure Sick Headaohe Indiges pjocG of flannel with Chamberlains Neuralgia and Rheumatism tion Constipation and drive Malaria it over Piles teacher of the patrons of from the system Satisfaction guar Pain Balm and bind than any the seat in thelike magic Cures Salt Rheum their plaster most soothing manner Cures of pain It is better the school without any authority anteed with eaoh bottle or the money When the lungs are sore such an ap Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids will bo refunded Price of the law If they will read per bottle Sold by P H only 50o plication on the oliesfc and another on Cures Coughs and Colds Can be Carpen the back bebwoon the Hboulder taken internally A positive speoiflo Sees 79 and 80 of common school ter 2 blades will often prevent pneumonia for pneumonia Cuts Bruises Burns law they will find the law to Thoro is nothing so good for a lamo Chilblains Sores of long standinc For Rent A front room on back or a pnin In the Bide A soro Corns and Bunions aro ourod quickly guide them in their acts as trusMain street suitable for office throat can nearly always bo cured in different from all else suporlor to a tees one night by applying a flannel band- - oIbo it has no equal 25 and 50o boxes this office t Sorne people dont know the Address M ago dampened with ram uaim ou Large size cheapest Sold at P H 8 Carpentkr8 drug store 52 tf A Patron cont bottles for ealoby J W Goyle war is over Â¬ Â¬ bonds The September coupons to them were detached and made a part of the report The communication was filed and the in the coupons were burned presence of the council by Chairman Lewis The Treasurers re ceipt accompanied the communication for the money which had been turned over to him by the Â¬ Â¬ and left immediately after the cer emony for a short bffdal trip Little Henderson Mr Griffith C Little and Miss Cecile Henderson were married on Tuesday last the 14th inst at the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Norman was presented by the guards clerk and other attaches of the institution with an elegant silver tea set while the convicts presented him with a The presentation diamond pin wa made by his successor speech Warden Henry George in his happiest manner and Mr Norman responded in appropriate terms There was general regret expressed by all connected with the prison at losing so kind and con sfderate yet firm and just official head but their sorrow was tempered by the knowledge that he will still be connected with the institution in the capacity of a contractor The following action of the offici ils of the prison speaks for itself Sam A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Of Mrs Browdcrs Brother The Court of Claims which was in session from Monday until Mr Ben W Johnson of LouisThursday transacted considerable ville was asleep in an upper room business and adjourned over until over his livery stable on Third Monday next On Thursday the street in that city Wednesday following officers were elected afternoon when the building took Keeper of the Poor House fire from a stove pipe which passed Wm Heiatt through the ceiling Mr JohnCommissioners of the Poor louse R D Armstrong and J sons nephew who was in the office below ran up to his room W Lyon half pulled him from the bed County Physician Dr O H awakened him and told him to Reynolds make his escape as soon as possi- Â¬ Poor House Physician Dr ble Mr Johnson arose gathered Oscar Robinson up his clothing and started to fol- Â¬ County Treasurer Ben Marlow the young man down stairs shall was made receiver of and it was supposed he had got- Â¬ montys for the Poor House ten out of the building all right until the fire was sufficiently sub- Â¬ Forks of Elkliom dued for the firemen to enter the Coal in room when he was found lying A cold wave is here demand upon the floor horribly burned Mrs Allens little girl Fannie but still alive He was taken to Bell has been quite sick the City Hospital where he died H Burdin is- engaged at 7 oclock in the evening Rey in a meeting near Falmouth The deceaeed was a brother of Mr Wm Wilkerson is still Mrs S P Browder of this city and she went to Louisvile Thursquite feeble Mrs Llewelyn Holton gave a day to attend his funeral dinner to her many friends WedÂ¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ - ii LA Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Y Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Cures Consumption Coughs Croup Bore Throat Sold by all Druggists on a Guarantee For a Lame Side Back or Chen Shilohs Porous Plaster will give grest wtUfaction as cents Mrs T S Hawkins Chattanooga Tenn says t Shtloha Vttalizer SAVED MY LIFE consider it the bestremtdiiforadebUltatedsvsteni I ever used For Dyspepsia Liver or Kidney Â¬ SHILOHS VITALIZE it excels Price 75 cts I trouble - -- Have you Catarrh Try this Remedy ItwIU relieve and Cure you Prioo 60 cts This In jector for itaauccesaf ul treatment isfurnishod nree Shilohs Remedies aro sold by ue on a guarantee to give satisfaction SmLOHVATARR REMEDY VV I For sale by Jan 28 lv HALLS McKee Hardie OLD STAND PLA1OTG MILL AND- - t Â¬ Â¬ HOGSHEAD FACTORY Â¬ PURCHASED THE PLANING MILL HAVING tobacco hogshead factory of Messrs Congleton Bros I am prepared to furnish DOORS SASH i BLINDS FRAMES 1 Â¬ SHINGLFS TURNED WORK STAIR WORK AND AIX KINDS OF Â¬ Â¬ Finisi For a Houso as well as tobacco hopsheads Factory one and a half blocks from Post Ofilce on river front A share of public patronage Is solicited Sept 2 ly R CHOATE Â¬ Â¬ FARM FOR SALE FINE BLUE GRASS FARM ADJOINING L N Railroad one and one half miles from Frankfort near Glens Cieek turnpike The farm consists of Â¬ Â¬ A Â¬ Â¬ JO ACEES OF LAND Â¬ Â¬ Heavily sot in blue crass and in tine condition for cultivating having been In pruss for fifteen years There are two dwelling bouses on the place und all necestnrv outbuildings also two never falling spring This is a very desirable farm for a dairyman or tobacco raiser PostosBlon will be given to buyer at anytime Terms very reasonable For further information call on or MUS NORA SULLIVAN address On premises Nov 4 lm MaLi j ultiijAM f Ijtft-nAnu- A- timsra JT TV ESBI39 7WWII5WW wj f Mmmim 8 UK iffi rar ft S HARD DOLLARS SHED a m 1 To do it vou must come to us We have left about 150 of the Fire Overcoats from our Louisville house going fast at 7I CT 50 CENTS SHOES ON THE CLOTHING LLAR UNDERWEAR Boys 50c 75c SI L50 suit Mens 90c 1 150 2 ip to 7 per suit Agents for th celebrated Jaros -- Ladies Mens to 1 to 5 15 150 up up to 7 Boys SI 125 150 up 125 150 200 Boys Suits 125 150 200 up to 9 1 xn Mens Suits 5 750 800 1000 1200 up to 25 4 li MS J rn Hats Trunks Bags Rugs Gloves Mitts All to be had at 25 per cent less than any other house can name T CRUTCHER The Connecting 3Jink The Street Railway Company commenced work Tuesday afternoon putting down ties on Ann street from Broadway to Mero preparatory to laying the rails connecting the older portion of the road on the north side with the new and now have the work of All track laying about complete the poles are up and the next move will be to stretch the wires They will have plenty of time in which to get their machinery set at the powerhouse pnd order their cars before the new bridge is up as they do not expect to commence operating the line until then Â¬ fe Â¬ STARKS ANNOUNCEMENTS Honeysuckle Rabbits are ripe and hickory nuts and walnuts plentiful Miss Alice Brawner is visiting her cousin Miss Bettie Brawner at Bagdad She will return home Monday Preaching at Harvieland the fourth Sunday at 1 oclock by Rev Garrett Reed Miss Delia Marshall and Miss Cora Allnutt made a flying trip to Elkhorn last Tuesday 1 To Â¬ Â¬ We are glad that Mr Edwin Penn reports a good time at Chicago and sorry to say that Capt J M Brooks is still oH the old bachelor list He ought to be a candidate Mrs Margaret Smith is im South America the Isthmus or Panama and elsewhere Hostetters Stomach Bitters affords to Inhabitants and sojourners protection against malaria The miner the freshly urrlved Immigrant the tiller of the No 22 1 eaves Frankfort 856 virgin soli newly robbed of Us forest by the axe Shlloh8 Cure the Great Cough and Miles Norvo and Liver Pills or the pioneer find In the superb iintl febrlle No 20 will stop at Anchorage and Croup Ouro is for sale by us Pocket speclllo u preserver against tbo poisonous mias Â¬ Ghristfuusburg for passengers for size Act on a new principle regulating 25c contains twentyitfive doses only Lexington and points beyond ma which In vast districts rich In nuturul re Â¬ 21 Children love sources Is yet fertile In diseased Nos 28 17 and 21 oonneat at Lagraage It annihilates the liver stomach and bowels though A now discovery Dr disorders of the stomach liver and bowels forti Â¬ the nerves for Uinoinnati Nos 28 and 21 oonneot My house tfc Anohorage for Bloomflold Branch fies thoso who use it against rheumatlo ailments Miles Pills speedily ouro biliousness breed and fostered by outdoor exposure Infuses bad taste torpid liver piles constipa- - on West Main street at present genial warmth Into a irame chilled by rigorous ViUUt W4WUUIU 4U1 IJAUAty YYUU1UJ1 tWJU occupied by Col Corbetts family temperature and robs of their power to harm Â¬ Smallest mildest surest Possession morning and evening mists and vapors laden bhildron given immediately with hurtiulness strengthens the weak and con ou closes lor ID oonto aunrpiosrreoate iuers Incipient kidney trouble Mrs W B Rodman WGayle8 Frankfort Ky 45 ly 52 tf mala Mexico Mr Morgan Penn and Miss Minnie Ellis were united in mar Mr Jerome Weitzel has had riage November 9th the ground between the ladies Mr Charles Marshall has gotten entrance to the Capital Hotel and his blacksmith shop in running the corner of Main and Ann order again taken away from the side of the Mr Willie Penn was dead in hotel for several feet built a re- - it last Sunday taining wall next to the sidewalk The Little Youth which will be capped with an iron He will then cut down railing No Quarter the windows of the old billiard will do you as much good as the ono saloon and turn it into office rooms that buys Dr Pierces Pleasant Pel- Â¬ which will be quite an improve- Â¬ lets This is what you get with thera An absolute and permanent cure for ment Constipation llndigestion Bilious Attacks Sick and Bilious Headaches and all derangements of the liver Far and Wide stomach and bowels Not just temNot on this broad continent alone but In porary relief and then a worse con- Â¬ malarial breeding tropical regions in Guate dition afterwards but help that lasts Â¬ Making OHiee proving slowly ItncmiK D Â¬ 1255 As for equipment it is the only oug2G tf 711 3 52 110 4 00 SwIUer 718 125 line by which you can travel from Lv stamping Ground 729 4 11 145 Lv Duvull 4 IH 730 155 Cincinnati to San Francisco Lv Jilmon 4 24 742 205 I Lv Georgetown 749 4 31 220 absolutely without change TourLv C S Depot 7M 4U 245 ist sleeping cars run every two 816 iV Newtown 502 305 Lv Centrevllle 810 820 fill weeks through Cincinnati to San SCo Lv Etztbetu 820 515 330 Ar Paris 0 830 625 Francisco Solid vestibuled trains HOUSE OF SEVEN ROOMS LOCATED A M P MUMf M twice a day from Cincinnati to A on Conway street south side Is offered for TRAINS WEST No 2 No 4 INo8INol2 a bargain For terms apply to rsew uneans 61S OM inrouyii car ser sale at7 tf c 560 WM C0RMWELL Oct IvParls COO 915 527 fiiizaueui at Centervllle vice to either New Orleans or Ar 920 453 60 Ar Newtown 92d 443 tin Shreveport making direct connecAr C S Depot 949 630 425 N TIME TABLE L B Ar Georgetown tion for Texas Mexico and Cali 1010 635 749 G44 1017 Ar Johnson 803 fornia The following time tabid is now in Ar Duvnll From Louisville through 1023 648 812 Ar Stamping Ground 1030 655 892 trains make direct connection at effoot upon the L fe N road 7 1042 Ar Swltzqr 852 TBAINO WEST 1049 x 715 Ar Elkhorn 905 Lexington with solid vestibuled Ar Summit 1050 721 915 No23 leavesFrunkfort 650 am Ar Frankfort A 1105 service to New Orleans 730 925 No 17 leaves Frankfort 950 a ra Send to us for California No 21 loaves Frankfort 255 p m A connects with L N literature Ask Agents for rates No 19 leaves Frankfort 785 pm C and L8 B connects with Q C connects with K C TBAINSEABT schedule and other information Dont hawk and blow and spit but 18 1016 a m Effective May 27th and during the summer the use Dr Sages Catarrh Remedy and or address W C RINEARSON So 20 leaves Frankfort No 443 pm following Sunday schedule will he In effect leaves Frankfort G P A Cincinnati t 0 be cured 60 cents of druggists No 24 arrives Frankfort 785 p jn Â¬ means FRANKFORT KY ready mnch talked of bids fair to We are authorized to announce II F SU0W Office in the Hume Building ALTER as a candidate for Jailor of Franklin rival the great fair that has just county subject to the action of the Democratic party closed at Chicago not in size perhaps but certainly so in origiMidland nality in richness and in delighted J TTAYLOR ROBERTGLORE visitors who will unanimously Suortnst and quickest between agree that the Pacific Coast is GLOBE TRYLDH CINCINNATI ANO FRANKFORT worth many times the time andi money spent t o visit it Only direct una listve n in its return o f delfghtful and Paris Frankfort climate mellow sun light won- Â¬ fcorgetoirc Car drous growth of vegetation and lisle tfaysville Cypthiana Fair to do kinds oft the heretofore unheard of not A RE preparedbrickworkallon stone and short work ol industries connected with notice and in the best style mouth and Covington fruit raising and the flipping of PRICES REASONABLE ASK FOR TICKETS VIA KY MIDLAND the product The Queen Crescent Route is Oct 21 8ni TRAINS BUN 8Y CENTRAL STANDASO TIME the desirable line to and from California as the first step to this TIME TABLE MAY 27 1893 Sheep for Sale California rates have been end A M M v M reduced and every one may find T HAVE FOR SVL 100 HEAD OF FIRST No 1 No 8 No 7 TRAINS E AST ewes which I will sellZon Mx months X class the cost of such a trip within his tkne Also n few Shropshire and SouUi Down California The Xand of Sunshine Fruit And Flowers The Midwinter Exposition al- Â¬ For Jailor subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to nnnounce V T GAINES as 11 candidate for Jailor of Frunkllu county CHAS T MA T Attorney at Law Kentucky By Z1 S COimtACTOItS Â¬ I H bucks that I will sell cheap SOUTH TRIMBLE Forks of Ktkhorn Ky Lv Lv Lv Lv Krankfort Summit Elkhorit A 700 700 340 3 4G 1245 FORSALE use and Hot I I I Â¬ OH Â¬ ifl pm SUNDAY TRAINS For Sale or Rent J cuted at this Job work neatly exe office 0 leaves Frankfort 745 a m Georgetown 840 arrives at Paris 9 15 a ra No 3 leaves Frankfort 340 p in Georgetown 450 arrives at Paris 525 p m West No 0 leaves Paris 930 a m George town 1005 arrives Frankfort 1105 ft in No 4 leaves Paris 650 p in Georgetown 630 arrives at Frankfort 730 p m The Kentucky Midland Railway and connec- Â¬ tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all points north south east and west For further Information apply to their atfents No 5 D BEUCAW K D WKITZKL City Ticket Agent Gen Pass Agt GEO I HARPER Gen Supt East eEHBs HraKKKrl WW