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WBUMpI Jri i The VOL XVII CITY COUtfOIIi ings For tlic Week If RAMFOKT A WEEKLY FAPER ing the Treasurer to make a settlement with the finance committee on December 4 and turn over all property belonging to the city on that date Two or three resolutions and ordinances had their second read ing and were passed The vote adopting the ordinance in relation to building pavements opposite the property of J S and L E Harvie was reconsidered yeas 5 nays 2 Mr Rosson then offered an amendment to the original ordinance making it read from Mero The vote was to Hill street then taken on the amended or dinance and it was adopted The contract for building cross ings on Second street was awarded to J A Lillis he to furnish bond by Friday night for the faithful performance of the work By resolution the workhouse keeper was directed to build crossings at Main and Cross streets South Side Several accounts were then al allowed and the council adjourned until to morrow morning at 10 o clock Â¬ KOTOMBOIJT TERMS W GEO A LEWIS Publisher DEYOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS 100 In Advanoe NO 13 FEANKFORT KY SATURDAY DECEMBER 2 1893 AFTER MANY DAYS The Workmen Hero and Have Commenced on the Now Urirtjjo Mayor Tobin and County Attorney Johnson took a run over to Cleveland Ohio to see what pro- Â¬ gress was bein made by the King Bridge Co on the St Clair Â¬ Highest of all in Leavening A Full Account of the Proceed Â¬ Â¬ Friday Nov 24 93 PresentPresident Lewis and Councilmen Bridgeford Rosson Showalter Mitchell and Weitzel Absent Councilmen Hendrick Ellwanger and Miles The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved Petition of G S Cull for a grocery store license was read the first time and passed A report was presented from the finance committee in relation to the settlement made wth the Sinking Fund Commissioners The report was filed away Petition of citizens of the South Side asking for crossings on one or two streets was referred to the street committee Petition of Elijah Mason asking the remission of a fine assessed against him in the police court The petition was granted The committee to who was re ferred the matter in relation to the Boulevard road presented an 100 to pay ordinance to allow the citys proportion of the expense and it was passed Yeas 6 Nays o The petition from the citizens living on the Boulevard road in relation to the walk was returned to the petitioners without action A resolution was offered by Mr Rosson in relation to pavements Referred to on Wilkinson street ordinance committee Mr Mitchell moved to reconsider the vote by which the vaccination ordinance was passed His motion was lost and the ordinance had its second reading Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ They returned street bridge Saturday night and reported that the iron had all been gotten out was ready for shipment that every member of the structure that they were sh nvn was splendidly made and that when the bridge was up it would be one of the finest bridges of the kind in the country They were told by the officers of the company that the iron would be shipped here as fast as it could be put up that they had contracted with a construction company in Chicago to put up the bridge who would have a force of Â¬ Â¬ m Â¬ Â¬ Power- - Latest U S Govt Report Baking Powder Â¬ ABSOLUTELY PURE the pupil takes the right attitude toward the teacher and the teacher toward the pupil The pupil desires the help of the teacher and he recognizes that the teacher can do things better than he can and that he is able and willing to give effective guidance and that the result of his work is due to the teachers help as well as to his own effort TO BE CONTINUED 3 fV kfc fr S and L E Harvie in relation to the pavement in front of their property on Wilkinson street The petition was granted and an ordimaking the pave nance passed 8 feet ide instead of ment eight six at that point and denning Â¬ and was passed A petition was received from J their lines - Several accounts were then al- Â¬ lowed The council then adjourned until next Tuesday night at 730 oclock K f K E9 K l Tuesday Nov 28 93 President Lewis and all the councilmen except Ellwanger and Miles were present The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved A communication was received from the Mayor which contain d the certificates of election as councilmen of all the gentlemen who were on the Democratic ticket Accompanying it was a paper for John E Miles and others and signed by J AViolett Edelin Knott as attorneys denying the aright of the council to take action in the matter of contest at their meeting to be held on the 29th inst The papers were read and ordered filed Petition of Mrs Nannie R Du vail asking a rebate on taxes Referred to finance committee The street committee to whom was referred the matter in relation tto building crossings at the corner of Main and Cross streets reported favorably and their report was adopted A resolution was passed direct Â¬ hands here Monday morning ready to go to work and would have the bridge completed by the 25th of January Sure enough when Monday came Mr Bennett I of Chicago was here with a gang Wednesday Nov 29 93 President Lewis and all the of hands ready to go to work but members of the council were on account of the bad weather did present except Councilmen Ell- not commence until Tuesday when they began tearing away the old wanger and Miles The reading of the minutes of bridge and getting ready to put They have been the last meeting were dispensed up the iron steadily at work ever since and with Judge Holt appeared before the appear to be determined to comcouncil and made a full statement ply with their contract and comof the case going over all the law plete the bridge by the time specigoverning it for the information fied in their contract with the King of the council and closed by ask Co The roof of the old bridge has ing them to say whether they been torn off and on Monday it would take any action in the will be necessary to stop travel matter of the contested council across it and the Mayor has issued a notice to that effect The ferry election Mr Weitzel presented the fol- - for foot passengers is all ready Ml resolution which wasiana win commence running at lowinsi once adopted Yeas 7 Nays o Resolved by the Common Manual Training Council of the city of Frankfort That it will proceed to hear and While the cultivation of each determine the question as to who power of the mind should not be are the councilmen- legally elected at the election held in said city on neglected special attention should be given to the cultivation of the November 7 will because therein lies Judge Sneed then as required sibility of moral culture the pos by law proceeded to swear the The teacher should exert his members of the council in as a efforts in two directions to body to legally hear the evidence strengthen the will and to make As we have al and determine the matter in con the will good ready said the will is made good trovejsy by choosing the good rather than Up to the dinner hour eight wit- - the evil The first efforts made nesses had been upon the stand and in the cultivation of the will should an attachment had been asked to be to strengthen it for the reason bring County Clerk Poley Smith that the best intentions are futile unless they are sustained bv a before the body At 130 oclock strength of will which enables a the contesting board adjourned for person to carry tnem out inter- Â¬ dinner est in the end to be accomplished The board re assembled at 230 is the first essential to the enlight oclock and finding they had no ment of thought and to the strengthening of the will To officer willing to serve the attachexcite and to sustain interest in ment upon County Clerk Smith theoretical study is one of the the matter was passed greatest strains upon the teachers After hearing some further evi- strength and ingenuity because Such dence and the closing argument of he uses artificial means artificiality creates mental irrita Judge Holt they went into execu- tion and weakens the pupil tive session to make up their find In the hand work of the school ing which resulted in the follow the teacher finds no such difficulty ing gentlemen being declared The very nature of the exercises elected Messrs Samuel R Smith excites a personal interest which holds the pupil almost spell bound Chas C Furr Jacob Swigert and Thecourse of exercises is constantBen Marshall from the First Ward ly offering a novelty which sus John W Milam R W McRery tains interest in the most natural Another es M P Gray and C E Ellwanger manner possible in cultivating the will is froiri the Second Ward R K sential McClure B C Milam H H that the pupil be possessed of the Vyatson and Chas J WeiWel from power of adopting and performing the Third Ward and the clerk was a long series of means which lead directed4 to Issue to them certifi- - up to the end he has in view The most trivial as well as the cates of their election Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ most important achievements rc qure such powers Sustained effort is making use of a series of means one mean leading up to another until the end is accomplished A will capable of sustained effort is a strong will Another essential is that the series of means to an end be developed into a complex series Manual exercises proceed from the simple to the complex It is a characteristic of shop exercises that each one is perfectly adapted to the capacity of the pupil that no one forces him to look beyond his field of vision and in conse- Â¬ quence he manifests not only an intense interest in the work but also a willingness to make a pro longed effort to struggle through a complex series of means in order to reach a desired end There are many pupils studying the common branches who do not acquire this habit of sustained effort because they take little or no interest in the cud proposed to be accomplished They do hot see the relation of means to ends they are not attracted by formali ties and technicalities the husks which prevent them from reaching the nutrient portion within there fore the will is not aroused to right action They are the listless in attentive idle pupils who lack faith in the teachers opinion of the value of the common branches Listlessnes inattention and idle ness are ills which seldom if ever afflict the manual training pupil while engaged upon his exercise In the study of grammar as ordinarily taught the pupil looks upon his task as a burden to be endueJ He submits to the tor He does ture because he mu t not manifest a strung desire to be informed upon the subject will not make a prolonged effort to master the lesson and does not welcome the help which the In short he teachi r gives him does not assume the right attitude In the shop toward the teacher Â¬ A True Friend A friend in need is a friend in Â¬ deed Every family should be pre pared to treat scalds burns bruises y woanda cuts fec by keeping a box of Dr Hales Household Oinment handy No other remedy gives such quick relief or exerts so soothing and heal Â¬ ing effect For irritated eyelids sore nostrils chapped lips and hands rough skin boils felons sores etc nothing equals it Price 25c and 60c at P H Carpenters drug store c Â¬ m For Sale or Rent My dwelling house on Ann street J T Buckley tf HARTSTE1NS Advertisement Pays o o o For You to Watch It mi ans bargains every time you s e one Christmas is coming and know of anybody that will fuse a Christmas present and K the place to buy them is right You can see as many pret Â¬ here ty styles in Embroidered Silk Handkerchiefs and Mufflers as in any store in the United States with prices that are t dont Hand-kt-rchie- fs iMBG3f5ftjfc J struction of noso discharges falling into throat sometimes profuse watery and acrid Look over these symptoms headache ob Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ purulent bloody putrid and offensive eyes weak ringing in ears deafness offensive breath smell and taste impaired and general debility You wont havo all of them at once probably only a few of them but they mean Catarrh And tho proprietors of Dr Bokos Catarrh Remedy mean to cure it if youll let them no matter how bad or how long standing If they cant theyll pay you 500 in cash They mean that too just as its printed They offer you tho money or a certain cure If youll take their medicine But if they werent certain of tho cure theyd nevir offer you tho money at others thick tenacious mucous Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Fine Farm for Rent DDDLKY KARM ADJOINING CITY Umlts on the Georgetown pike containing 2G6 acres large residences tobacco barn and Splendid dnlry and tobneco farm BUblos Possession given March lat 1K4 For particu Â¬ lars apply to FRANK CniNN certainly very cheap These were all bought lately direct and are Come and new and fresh ood look at them A new line of childrens and infants cloaks suitable for winter wear have just been received Look at the following bargains for this week only 2400 yards of calico including blue and red will be sold at 4 cents a yard 27 pair gray blankets at 75 cents a pair 63 yards unbleached ioj sheeting at 14 cents 63 pards bleached ioj sheeting at i64 cents 72 yards bleached ioj sheet ing A 1 quality at 21 cents 148 yards 42 inch pillow case cotton only 10 cents a yard 170 ounces zephrys and best imported Germantown yarn slightly soiled will be sold at 4 cents an ounce Remember Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FOE THIS WEEK ONLY -- Â¬ B-sr Â¬ July22 tt Frankfort Ky Â¬ Administrators Notice LL PERSONS HAYING CLAIMS AGAINST Wlckllffe Chapman deceased will preseutthem properly proven to me Persons indobted to the estate will nlnise en II and settle Immediately WALIKR U CHAPMAN Administrator with the will annexed A A tho estate of Nov 18 U At No 319 Main Street near State National Bank v Ky s s gB T A r TT1 Will v MMHMi tt La V JoJUison American Sc Dress Goods M i put the knife into their elegant stock of French German and Colored the Roods cost in New York No per cent added Spot cash is what they will be That means just exactly what PAKE SALE What we advertise you will get 5000 worth of the largest most slaughtered for THIS IS NO fashionable acd best selected stock of Colored Dress Goods in the city will be on sale Goods will be sold for strictly cash If charged will be charged at regular selling price v V The Weatlirr for tlie Month Mr Chapman Coleman and wife who have been visiting relatives here Prof Irl R Hicks makes the Mr Wm Remington of Paris was is all summer sailed from New York Saturday last for Berlin the city this week following forecast of the weather wife came for this month is visiting Miss Pickett Johnson Mr John Morgan and If his predictions friends in Danville down from Lexington Thursday prove true the bridge builders will Miss Eva Hoge is visiting Mrs Ed morning to spend Thanksgiving with have a tough time of it Mr W C Herndon and family Rosser in Harrodsburg Storms of rain and snow will4 be Mrs Howard Henderson who has Mrs Thos Newman is visiting Mrs visiting her Bister Mrs J 0 in progress at the opening of Debeen P H Newman in this city Thev will end in very Mastin on Third street left Monday cember Hon Wm Goebel of Covington Ohio A for her home in Hartwell cold weather about the 3d spent Tuesday in this city Capt S M Swigert 2d U S Cav blizzard need not surprise Irom 1st Hon W 0 Owens of Georgetown I lie same is true for about alry and family who have been visit- to 3d was in the city on Monday followed by left Monday for the 7th and Sth ing relatives here W W Thum Esq of Louisville his postof duty at Fort Leavenworth another c ld wave The winter spent Tuesday in this city Kansas solstice storms will b about the Miss Katie Green spent several Watch Hon I H Goodnight of Franklin crisis from nth to 16th days in Lexington last week j Congressman There will be blizzards from the Fourth Dis them Miss Nina Parker of Lexington is trict has been visiting his brother followed by dangerous cold The visiting friends in this city M Goodnight in this city same warning will apply for period Prof T with heavy sleet 2 1st to 25tti Mr Hal Johnson of Louisville is this week visiting his parents in this city Conditions Mr Samuel R Smith returned Mon storms southward Orbison visited friends day from Louisville and reports his indicate general and severe cold at Miss Nellie daughter Miss Mary Ettie who has and about Christmas throughout in Woodford county last week Hon Green R Kellar of Carlisle been dangerously ill as on the road Northern Western and Central regions ilie 29th and 30th will was in the city a few hours Monday to recovery Master Will Herndon jr who has bring a reaction in temperature Mr A D Aldridge and family left been visiting his aunt Mrs John Mor Â¬ with parting t storms for 1893 for their home in Texas on Saturday gan in Lexington and while there Gods mercy and blessings upon last of the measles return Mheini lions who will follow our had an attack Miss Emma Morris returned Mon- Â¬ ed home Thursday morning sound forecast day from a visit to friends in Louis- and well ville Messrs Wallace Kelly of Hopkins Good Looks Sat- ville and Henry Starling of Green- Â¬ Miss Annie Headley returned Good looks are more than skin urday from a visit to friends in Powee ville Mississippi came over Wednes- Â¬ upon a healthy con- College deep depending vital organs If the day evening from Centre Valley dition of all the Mrs Julia Robertson is visiting Danville to spend Thanksgiving with Liver be inactive you have a Bilious Look if your stomach bo disordered her niece Mrs W W Culbertson in relatives and Messrs Lindsey Blayney Albert vnn Vifivn n Dvsriftntio Look have it a w Ashland your kidneys be afflicted you and Henry Pinched Look McOlure jr Secure good hoalth Miss Jessie Walbeck of Louisville H are at home from Danville and you will have good looks Elec Â¬ is visiting Mrs Jas A Murray near Hale where the former are attending Cen- Â¬ tric Bitters iB the great alterative and this city these vital or tre College and the latter Hogshead Tonic acts directly onBlotches Boils gans Cures Pinplos Mr and Mrs J Buford Hendrick Academy Sold and gives a good complexion returned Saturday from a trip to New at Phil Oarpknterb Drug Store 4 Deaths York City Mr Len Hughes is at home from From the Boston Herald Morrison In Lexington on Lexington where he is attending the November night Wednesday State College Mavourneeu was the talisman wife Mr and Mrs Sam Swigert and 29th Mrs Laura Morrison which served to pack the Bowdoin daughter returned to Fort Leaven Â¬ of Rev H C Morrison formerly Square Treatre last evening to over Â¬ worth Monday of this city passed away after a flowing and Chatincey Oleott was Miss May Hendrick Swigert left brief illness The deceased was the stellar attraction Tt is a Fort Leavenworth Monday for of Col George W comedy drama of superior merit a daughter Kansas to spend the winter blended with is Dr J S Coleman left yesterday af- Biin the noted temperance lectur- and about evenly and humor and is well sup Â¬ ternoon forNew York to be absent er and a lady who made many pathos Irish wit The until abouf the first of January friends during her residence litre plied with bright scenery is of the best the costumes Â¬ Miss Virginia Greenhow entertain who will hear of her death with of the 18th century are elegant and ed her little friends with a very ele- Â¬ sincere regret appropriate and the company one gant party Tuesday afternoon Mrs J S Polk and daughter Miss A Herald of the Infant Year of the best to present a piece made Sarah of Des Moines Iowa are visit Â¬ Clip the Inst tUlity years or more from the up for the most part of Irish char- Â¬ ing Mr and Mrs W M Saflell South century and tlie segment will represent the acters and depicting scenes in Ire- Â¬ term of the unbounded popularity of Ilostet land a hundred years ago Side The opening ot the terM Rtfiiunch Bitters There are no colleens with Mr D 0 Berryman who has been yenr 1891 will be signalized by the appearance here as storekeeper for several months of a fresh Almanac ot the Bitters In which tucked up skirts and red riding derivation and action of left lasD week for his home in Lex Â¬ the uses medlclno will bo lucidly this world hood cloaks no impossible Irish Â¬ Bet forth ruinous ington Everybody should read It The calendar and man wandering about with guitars Mr Wm McEnnis left Thursday astronomical calculations to be found U this on their backs silk stockings and brochure are always astonishingly accurate morning for Little Rock Arkansas and the statistics lllustrit ons humor mid velvet coats All the situations Interests and full where ho haB obtained employment other reading matter rich InCompany of Pitts- - are eminently natural and the dia Â¬ of profit tThe Hostotter for the winter jubj em logue clever buret lu pudhsu it lueiiiHciyoo In short it la a ploy more thun sixty hands In the mechanical Misa Virgie Stanton is very ill at work and more than eleven months ln the pretty domestic story well told year are consumed In Its preparation It can the Voaidence of her brother-in-labe obtained without cost of all druggists and and charmingly acted English Mr J G MoLean corner of Third country dealers and Is printed In Swedish There is not a dull moment in Herman French Welsh Norwegian And Steele street iloiland Bohemian and Spanish the play and Mr Oleott has been Mrs Maggie G Olark and niece House of four surrounded by an exeellont com Â¬ For Rent - little MIbs Pearl Allen of Lexington pany of players including many Apply at this office are the guests of Mrs Geo A Lewis rooms well kuown to Boston PERSONAL Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Sale Commences Monday at Nine Oclock SUCH A RUSH Crowds and pushing of last year Do you remember it STANDING ROOM AT A P3EMITJM Hundreds cculd not get in 20 clerks could not serve the crowd the house Such was the success of the Again we are loaded to the brim with the largest stock in the city mall0 Profit Plan - - HQaLiIPAY GOODS lOOOO TO PRESENTS Come and see our goods and prices SELECT FROM OE DECEMBEK -- HOLIDAY OPENING RACKET The songs are of the best and snug in a manner by Mr Oleott that demanded every time from Nor was the one to four encores applause confined to the orchestra but on the contrary the gallery for the nonce was as much interested as those more fortunate It is a play that appeals to all grades of society and last evening Ma made an instantaneous hit vourneen and Chaunccy Oleott are successes in Boston of this there cannot be the slightest doubt for the applause at times was deaf ening and the star was obliged to answer to three curtain calls At the Opera House Saturday December 9th STORE ILLS N M ill PILE LL Tbe quick and direct route from Louisville to Arkansas and Texas One hundred and fifty miles Â¬ SHORTEST TO LITTLE ROCK And tbe only route -- WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARST If you are going to emigrate to Sherman Dallas Fort Worth Austin or Houston This Is tbe sax Iobi1 u jl m s ininiKi U CHEAPEST AND BEST ROUTE No change of cars to J3 Montgomery Mobile Memphis and New Orleansr For further Information address1 s 1 y tj vLr C P ATMOEE G P LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY T A J Â¬ ft 50 FOR A CASE IT WILL NOT CURE Annorroeablo Laxative and NERVE TONIC Sold by Druggists or sent by mall 25c 50o and 3100 per package Samples free Tho Favorite TOOia TOWDtt XTf Chesapeake NEW YOR TON Ohio Ry WASHING Â¬ G Fot sale by W McKee Hardie Jan 28 UA AW HAJforthoToethjindlJreathaeo It HALLS OLD STAND ift IM PHILADELPHIA iijji PH V BOSTON and all Eastern lies A m 1 Scientific America Agetoy ferA Shortest Line between LOUISVILLE LEXINGTON and EASTERN POINTS Time card In effect Nov 1st XA8T SOUND 1602 KJiBi tun Â¬ w COPYRIGHT to rat miormtujn VMrre mndbooi writYORE MUI4N Wfor eeurln patentHKW America lUHOADWiT Oldest bureM In Krery PMnt out oy us u Droof nt before the phoUo by ksouee givea free 0 etaarg la c PiaiQN PATIMTSf CAVEATS TRADE MARKS Lve Lexington 715 am Atlanta Express No 22 dally Midland Accom No 26 dally ex sun 11 r40 A k Veatlbuled Express NolM dally 615 rM MtBUrllngAccora No 28 dally tx 8un5 90r m tJ Arr Lexington Lexington Accom No 27 dally ex Bon 8 00 a m 1245 pm Louisville Express No 21 dully Lexington Accom No 25dallyex8un4 16 p M 23 daily 515 pm Veatlbuled Express No Polld Veatlbuled Trains with Dining Cars Through Sleepers from Lexington to New York without change No Bun transfers O W BARNEY HW FITLLKR D t WEST BOUND Len eet elrmtUUoa of ear eeieeUfe mm fat tin P Cenl Pass Agt 421 Seoond street Waiiittftoa f CBKYAN AssU Gtil Pass Art Mac Uuail A Lsxtngton Xy wasm HHkil -- J J k iraa Trmr jf Ka IW1 uPjpnr wflPlWjJPLfWJ H Bob Special Sale of WATCHES We have in stock toomnny Watches and we will sell them at greatly reduced A few of the grent bargains we will offer are here quoled prices LADIES LADIES AND AND 3 i N order to reduce our liigo flok of Wutuhes wo have decided to inaugurate i Special Watch Sale which will start on Monday next and continue for DHYS GENTS SOLID GOLD ONLY- WITH 3 MOVE- Holidays can take advan we will reserve for you any Watch in the house until January 1 189 1 Do not miss this sale Come early and get the choice of our selection and remember that this sale lasts but thiee days the desiring purchase PARTIES this great siilerfor byWatches a small deposit leaving to for OUR SPECIAL OFFER Tuesday and Â¬ GENTS GOLD FILLED CASES MENTS GENTS SIZE 1250 ELGIN OR WALTHAM Â¬ LADYS SIZE 1250 M0VE- - MENTS GENTS SIZE CASES WITH ELGIN OR WALTHAM 2000 LADYS SIZE 1650 Mag May mm 4tfi Sin and 6t Everv watch guaranteed No goods charged at these prices 3vn A NEW 11 VY Selbert Jeweler W The Voting Pri ducts to be Itc aiTunged Between now and the January e r- - if ft it I meeting of the County Court Judge B G Williams will make several changes in the voting places in and around the city The Market House and Gas House precincts which are too large will be divided so that the election law which requires that no precinct shall contain more than three hundred and fifty voters will be complied with and new precincts will be created near the city so that those who now have to ride miles into the country an vote i earer home A voting place will be created near W K Utterbacks blacksmith shop for the benefit of those voters who N railreside south of the L road and west of the river and within a mile or so of the city limits so that those living in that district will not have to go to Bridge port and Purrington to vote For the benefit of those who live just outside of the northern limits of the city and now have to go out to the blacksmith shop on the Owenton pike a voting place will be established at Thorn Hill In making these changes the County Judge ho es to be able to satisfy all parties interested and will lay off the boundary lines and locate the voting places so that as far as possible the least number will be inconvenienced We know that this will be good news to many of the voters who are now practically disfranchised as they have no vehicles in which to ride to their voting places and being working men feel that they cannot spare the time from their work to go so far to vote Â¬ runs magnificent around-the-enby Wintersmith and Swango got the ball into Georgetown territory and held it there until the end of the first half Soon after the be ginning of the second half while the visitors had the ball near the center of the field one of their backs when tackled by our boys passed the ball to Dick VanDer- veer thinking he was one ot the Georgetown players and as soon as he saw his mistake began to yell down which puts the ball out of play until the sides line up again if the player have the ball in his possession when so crying Dick had in the meantime however lit out for the goal witlu a clear field and made the only touch down of the game from which Swahgo subsequently kicked goal making the score 6 to o in favor of our boys The umpire Mr Albert McClure of Centre College refused to allow the claim of foul playing and the Georgetown boys supported by the referee Dr Harry of their college raised a holy kick refusing to play the game out unless the touch down was disallowed and their side given 20 yards for foul playing Of course the home boys refused to make any such concession and the game was not d Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Forks of Elkliorn Regular services at Buck Run to day and to morrow at the usual Services conducted by Rev S C Mitchell Pastor Thanksgiving services at Buck Run last Thursday Rev Z T Cody of Georgetown preached the sermon Dr Buckner and wife have re turned home from a visit to relatives in Shelbyville Miss Mollie Triplett is visiting friends at Stamping Ground Â¬ hours FULL IK ST OF BOOTS SHOES --- HATS CAPS Rev R AManhanof London Laurel county preached at Buck Run last Tuesday night Rev J H Burdin preached at Dry Ridge Grant county last Thursday t Â¬ R K WME 4 x The saddest event that has occurred in our midst for some time was the burning to death of the little son of Mr Kirk Beauchamp last Saturday casting a gloom over the entire community not to be sbon forgotten The sympathy of all go out to the bereaved family in this hour of sadness Â¬ four-year-o- ld Â¬ We have the best goods the largest stock and prices are right - good fntnln Cvnnnn U S A San uiiiuii otirunujj Diego uai says Shilohs Catarrh Remedy is the first medicine I have ever found that would do me any Price 50 cents McKee Hardie Sold by W 21 F Fo our many county friends we finished ISffSHILOHSg Throat Cures Consumption Coughs Cronp Sore Sold by all Dmecists on a Guarantee For a Lame Side Back or Chen Shilohs Porou Plaster will give great iatifactioo 35 cento Tlmt lot Ball Gtunc K Several hundred people of this city attended their first game of foot ball as played under the new rules at Lake Park Thursday and while many of them are suf fering from sore throats as a consequence it is safe to say that at least 75 per cent of those present will not mtes a possible chance of seeing a game in the future The home team had as oppb nents the eleven from Georgetown College and two more evenly matched teams have not met on the gridiron this year For the first half of the game not a point was scored although the visitors got the ball to the ten yard line early in the game They lost ground on their first attempt tu pass this line and were then held at the fifteen yard line for three more downs thus losing the ball when the home boys by Â¬ Â¬ In the judgment of all present who were acquainted with the rules of the game and who saw the play in question the umpire was clearly right and the referee allowed his partisanship to run away with his judgment The refusal of the College men to play is regarded as a bad case of baby as they were clearly outplayed except in the firM part of the first half ine iraukiort dovs lined up as follows Crnik Jackson right end Wood Longmoor right tackle Robt Averill right guard John South center Walter Glore left guard Will Hall left tackle Will Rodman left end Henry Lind- sey quarter back Dick VanDer- Sherley veer right half back Wintersmith left half back Chas Swango fullback and captain Â¬ would say dont lay in your winter stock of goods until you have locked Mrs T S Hawkins Chattanooga Tenn saya Shflohfl Vitallzer SAVED MY LIFE I consider U the best remedy for adtbilitatrd mistem ever used For Dyspepsia Liver or Kidney I trouble It excels Price 75 eta SHILOHS VITALIZER At our goods w know what you need have the goods and will please you V Havo you Catarrh Try this Remedy I twill relieve and Curo you Price 60 cts This In Â¬ jector for its successful treatment is furnished free Shilohs Remedies are sold by us oa a guanrateo to give satisfaction S Jan HILOHSIlCATARRH REMEDY For sale by W 28 lv HALLS McKee Hardie OLD STAND W J CHINN raw Will practice in all State Courts fice second floor Custom txqrxt JR J Of I K MXLURE SOII tV House PLAUTG MILL AND estate dealer in Des Moines Iowa narrowly escaped one of the severest attacks of pneumonia while in the northern part of that State during a recent blizzard says the Saturday Review Mr Blaize had occasion to drive several miles during the storm and was so thoroughly ohillod that he was unable to gob warm and in Â¬ side of an hour after his return he was threatened with u severe case of pneumonia or lung fever Mr Blaize sent to the nearest drug store and got a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remody of whioh ho had often hoard and took a number of large doses Ho says the effect was won derful and in a short tirao he was broathing quito easily Ho kopt oh taking tho modioino and tho next Â¬ Mr J P Blaizo an extensive real HOGSHEAD FACTORY 109 WHAT DOES IT MEAN It TRtuut that the Queen and Creaoent Rout li IT jnllfi ahortest between Clncinnutt and Lexington fSmtlea ahorteat Cincinnati to Bir Â¬ mingham 10 miles ahorteat Cincinnati to New Orleanil lot mlleJ ahorteil Cincinnati to Chattanooga Atlanta or JackaoaviUe Florid 90 -- C PURCHASED THE PLANING MILL HAVING tobacco hogshead factory of Messrs Congleton Bros fcmn prepared to furnish DOORS SASH BLINDS FRAMES SHINGLF8 TURNED WORK SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS STAIR WORK between alt of th abore polnta Through Car to Vlckaburg and Shwe port Only Una running through vara Cincinnati to Knoiville and AihoTllle N C Direct Una to Texaiand Uexico via New Orleani or via Shreyeport Alk agent about tour to California From LouUrllle nhelbvvlllo and Lawrenceburg direct connection ia made at Lexington vrlth vettlbuled tndiu to all lmlnti Uuutfi W C IMNKAHSOtf Genl Iaisr Agent Cincinnati O AND AIX KINDS OF day no was able to como to Dos UoKslieiwIs Moinos Mr Blaizo regards his euro hi well as tobacco Post Office onFactory one and a half blocks from river rroiit as simply wonderful For sale by J A share of publlo patronago Is solicited W Gaylo druggist Sept 2 ly R CHOATE Finish For at Blouse hi QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE v 1EV L I wqjnrrfym r FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT let the appinten proeeedins go ahead We looks towards you neigh Â¬ bor and smile hoping your new GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub job will prove pleasant and profit able and that your life will not be FRANKFORT DECEMBER 2 1898 Entered at the post offlco ut Frankfort Kentucky or second class malluble mutter yw V M r I sflfpPEl ENJOYS J L HODMAN SON -- - m v IMPORTANT SUIT Of the Western Union Telegraph Co Against tlic made a burden by the braying of many asses as was the case during your term as Public Printer CONVICT CAUGHT LOWER THAN EVER ffl Auditor On Tuesday a suit was filed in Escaped the United States Court in this city by the Western Union Telegraph Company against Major L C Norman Auditor of the State The petition in substance states that the plaintiff was incorporated under the laws of the State of New York and is doing business in Kentucky that acting under a a recent act of the Kentucky Legislature the defendant Auditor required it to make certain reports to him which it did and that upon these reports the Auditor and Treasurer acting as a board of valuation had valued its corporate franchise at 8992 200 upon which the new revenue law assesses a tax of A2A cents for State purposes and each county and city through which its lines run are also entitled to collect a tax upon sq much of the companys property as is within their terriÂ¬ Â¬ Captured Saturday on Friday Night and A convict by the name of A tory The plaintiff claims that the law as to it is wholly void that being incorporated under the laws of the State of New York and having accepted the provisions of the act of Congress of July 24 1866 entitled An act to aid in the construction of telegraph lines and to secure the Government the use of the same for postal military and it does not de other purposes rive any franchise from the State but is doing business in the State under the act of Congress above That it has 2294 referred to miles of wire in the State with which it did a local and inter State business during the year 1892 of 35118390 of which the wholly local business was only 7241075 aiid should it pay the tax it would require fully 25 per cent of its net income a rate unheard of and ruinous to its busiÂ¬ r Berrv who was sent to the Peni tentiary from one of the mountain counties for life upon the charge of waylaying and murdering a peddler secreted himself in a lumber dry kiln in the yard of the prison Thursday where he re mained concealed until Friday when he scaled the walls and made for the country Frank On Saturday Messrs Moore and James Finney went out to Mrs Downeys place two miles Irom the city to brio in a load of hay and while loading their wagon found Berry hidden away in the haystack captured him brought him back to town and turned him over to the warden When taken into at the prison the yard the guards asked Berry to show them how he got out when he demonstrated to their satisfaction that he could climb the face of the wall like a squirrel He was a lucky find for Messrs Moore and Finney as they earned more the reward of one hu dred dollars on bringing him tq town than they would have down on quite a number of loads of hay Â¬ Â¬ 5 Best Colored Calico CXNTE Both the method and results when Good 5 -Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant Good Bed 10 and refreshing to the taste and acts 5 Brown Cotton gently yet promptly on the Kidneys 5 Bleached Cotton Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys tem effectually dispels colds head Â¬ Good Comfort aches aud fevers and cures habitual This is the lowest price ever made on these goods A large stock of Syrup of Figs is the constipation Dry Goods cheaper than ever known only remedy of its kind everpro luced pleasing to the taste and ac Z BODMA1T Sop 83 8m ceptable to tlio stomach prompt in ts action and truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it AQE1TTS to all and have made it the most known popular remedy Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and 1 bottles by all leading drug-Â¬ gists Any reliable druggist who ON MAIN STEET TO may not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept ny substitute Capital Hntel BasEmEntnf CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SAN FRANCISCO CAL They will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a NEW YORK tY L0U1SVIUS KY Â¬ Best Indigo Blue Calico Canton Flannel Ticking Yard Wide Yard Wide cents cents cents cents cents cents 95 cents 5 3 Â¬ J SON JACOB SWIGERT iaTSTJI3rCE3 Have Removed From CO the Batzell Building Â¬ 101 AND 102 ANN STREET the Z S j vr JM V short time J near Peytona Eliza Truman Shelby county We will miss you Lida but wish you well Viola W Â¬ McKEE HARDIE DRUGGIST X ened with Chamberlains Pain Balm It will nearly always effect a cure in This remedy is one nights time also a favorite for rheumatism and has cured many very severe cases 50 cent bottles for sale by J W Gayle druggist For sore throat there is nothing better than a flannel bandage damp HALLS OLD STAND FR ANKf ORT KY We keep a full line of DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES And cordially ask our friends to give us a call Blood Will Tell According to the condition of it If in bad order it Bhows itself in pm pies sallow complexion ana various If in good erruptions of the skin order ib shows in the clear complex- Â¬ ion the glow of health the good The latter condition you spirits can produce y the use of Dr Hales Household Tea the great blood puri iier and nerve tonic 25c and 60c a package at P H Carpenters drug Ilarvieland Ri v G Reed delivered an able discourse on the Character of Jan 21 1 v jn f W McKEE HARDIE C L GAYLE Jl Cornelius last Sundiy at the school house v VVVVVVjVVyjviViAyjy v Rev J K P South preached to a large audience at Antioch Sunday NMr JOE T STATEN CO 3 xfi r l Â¬ ness The suit- was brought for the pur - pose of enjoining the col ection of the tax and will probably come up upon demurrer at the January term of the court The company is represented by Messrs Ramsey Ramsey of CincinMaxwell Sud nati and Messrs Stone duth of Louisville Â¬ SPECI Ali TREASURY AGENT Col E Polk Johnson to Take a Government Oillce Col r M E Polk Johnson has been designated by the Secretary of the Treasury for examination for ap pointment as Special Agent of That he will pass the Treasury the examination with flying colors and walk right into the office on January 1st no one who knows him will doubt for a minute The which infriends of Col Polk clude every man woman and Or die in Infancy chtjd in the city and a large scope Miss Lida Smith will leave soon Or lias some other fellow got The gl that was for me of the country around are glad to reside with her aunt Mrs llracH and Jiror he has been offered to know that Awarded Highest Honors Worlds Fairs a good position but object strenuously to the appointment They are however like the fellow who objected to the marriage of a cotfple because he wanted the Mis headbride his ownself quarters are to be in Chicago and he is going to the Windy City to live while we want him to stay right here always But if he will promise to be a good boy and come The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder No Ammonia No Alum to see the folks at home often Used in Millions of Homes 46 Years the Standard we will agree to keep quiet and AprlUH Â¬ Â¬ 11 Â¬ Win Pcm and sister spent c sore Sundav with Miss Cynthia Wiley Shilolis Cure the Great Cough and near Frankfort Croup Cure is for pale by us Pocket We are glid to htar that little flize contains twenty five do8es only 21 Iinnie Black who has been quite 25c Children love it ill has recovered Bagdad Mr Walter Clarke if Bagdad visited his sister Mrs Fannie We are glid to say thakJJda Smith who has been so low with Miles this week fever is by good nursing and a Rev G Reed Mr Wesley good physician now about well McQuillen and wife spent Sunday Will say success to Dr Austin with W S Pnn and family Mrs B Long is up again after Mr Seth Semones is quite sick a severb spell of fever and now Mr Harry Miles spent SaturMr Long has the la grippe day and Sunday here Mr Julius Pointer and family Miss Mattie Rosson has re visited Mr Will Mitchell Sunday turned from Louisville her father Also Mr H J Pools family having Tecovercd Miss Eva Pool had her arm The singing at Mr Jake Banras broken last Sunday last Friday night was largely atWe arc glad to hear from Dads tended and was quite an enjoyLittle Man and alo Lony Lewis able affair Wc hope we will hear from Harp who has Mr Hetbert Chism and all of our old friends been quite sick is recovering Mr John Trum in and wife visTHE IHCHE LOUS LAMENT ited Mr Butler Long Sunday I wonder now what I Imve done be what Mr J M Wyatt and wife vis- So01 dearmany can Itgirls tty nmuy ited Mrs Lucindi Wyatt neir And not onelr forme Camden Saturday and Sunday I hear theyre at the ocean side I lollotv to thu sea Miss Sallie Vanar d til visited 1 fee u thousand pretty girls llut iiever one for me her brother Sunday Ive wandered up and donn the earth Until Im Mr R Hdrrod visited his broth Still looking thirty three Klrl for the prity er Richard Tuesday near Chris Thit ouglit to be for me tiansburg Oh did she perish In her youth Â¬ Have purchased the entire stock of m i m i l FURNITURE - f Â¬ Of Frankfort Furniture Manu- facturing Co iO iTfi 2 t i 4- i Pric33 CUT Prom 10 to 15 SOLID OAK SUIT Â¬ i Coma now aad look ws have 100 j CHEVAL per ct 1500 1800 4 i i 4 -- m to 7 f -- Suits and over 300 Bedsteads to sell in the next few months a 4 226 ANN STREET W A Ar-A AA Arflriftr Ar A nuflfrrrf jflcjl 1 V Lawn Mowers Friends I stand at the HlfAD for Hardware aurf on LAWN MOWERS I Â¬ QRPRICES Â¬ Â¬ QaflSRg Lead The Market Gk e B-o- o- Ut M 1 jV 323 E230PA-lDjs7--S- r Street vmsmtwrnan rr FUffi SW Tiff 1 r vr IBOH - tt y 1 1 Tv vrj5j 54- j LET NONE STAY AWAY SiSaaSiaaESRSSiaraSSEH I l X We make a grand showing of Long Ulsters ancLOvereoats from 5 to 25 each new and stylish We will do the overcoat business of the town Our splendid slock of En AH Reaca3r--Metci- 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 aiine one We are busy making suits to order Our stock of WOOLENS is unsurpassed and our reputation for making good fitting suits is unexcelled oiotiiingr CASSELL HURSEY DEALERS IN -- HUDSON HUMPHRIES FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT PRAHKFOKT DECEMBER 2 Resigned Mr E R Blaine who has been chief deputy in the office of the -- DR W I KELLEY 1898 HANNEN Church Bazaar Dont forget that the young ladies of the First Presbyterian Church will give a bazaar in the parlors of the church on Friday evening of next week They will have a great display of dolls both animate and inanimate and fancy articles of all kinds will be offered for sale A complete supper will be furnished for seventy five cents or you can get substantial for 50 cents or ices only for 25 cents The object of the bazaar is to raise funds for a new organ and the ladies should be liberally patronOwing to the people from ized the South Side having to cross the ferry supper will be served from 4 oclock in the afternoon until 9 in the evening Â¬ Interna Revenue Collector in this district for the past eight or ten years being virtually Collector for IN LEXINGTON KY the greater portion of that time tendered his resignation to Col- Saturday December 16 1893 lector Shelby to take effect on HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without surgica operation and with little or no pain He has acthe first of January REEERENCES with the W McKee Bardie Frankfort Ky cepted a position Frankfort Ky New J A EScott Gober Frankfort Ky Cosmopolitan Magazine M Dr J T Staten Frankfort Ky York City V Berberlch Frankfort Ky -- OF CINCINNAT IO will be at trie Â¬ Wagons Carriages and Buggies Â¬ Farming Implements MANUFACTURERS OF I Tlie Manola Mason Company 6- - f 6i ft Friend Fritz will be given at the Opera House to night by the The Manola Mason Company compiece is a good one and the pany presenting it first class TAiey played to good houses in Louis ville Paris and Lexington and the papers of those cities speak in the highest praise of the work done by them and they should be greeted with a large audience this evening The way to encourage the managers of the Opera House to bring good troupes here is to patronize They will prethem liberally sent a good attraction tonight and you should see it Â¬ A II McClure Frankfort Ky When giants lived in ancient times IT J Ruches Frankfort Ky my boy sing not Sing neigh Datld Moore Benson Ky In good old England or foreign climes Jas M Wlthrow Krankfott Ky Sine heieh my boy Bins ho DR KELLEYS at 259 Thoy carried things with a high old West Eighth street office and residence Is he may Cincinnati and where hand be found every day of each week except SATURPamphlets describing these DAYS Nor strong nor weak could before and the mode of treatment sent free to diseases any one them stand W I KELLEY M D by addressing whom they pleased And they killed 259 W Eight St Cincinnati 0 throughout the land CONSrLTATlON FREE Sing heigh my boy sing hoi But the giants didnt have things their own way when arrived on the scene You re- Â¬ G Recollect too member the story that every ace has its giant killer We have our giants in the form of THE- all sorts of dread diseases supposed to be incurable Our Jack is in the form of Dr Pierce who baa proven incurable diseases the expression to be a fallaoy Can you imagine a more potent weapon to assist a woman in killing the giant disease than Dr Pierces Favorite Prescrip Â¬Â¬ tion Its the only guaranteed remeMAIN STREET dy for all functional disturbances 334 painful disorder and chronic weak Â¬ FRANKFORT K In female nesses of womanhood complaints of every kind if it ever fails to benefit or cure you have your money back Its simply a question of the company you prefer the Giant or Jack Â¬ Rev L F Hulett Benson Ky Hand Made Harness and Horse Goods H MATTERS Plotonaoler iSitl frail ITirvcrnll Found this notice On St Clair street a k small Catholic Rosary which the owner can have by paying for i- - Â¬ Found f Â¬ S - T In a Kentucky Midland coach on Sunday Nov 12 a stick pin with chain pendant and medal attached The medal bears the following inscription on the face Advanced Grade Gen Avg Live Doll Exhibition Ed- Â¬ on the reverse side 961 The owner can The young ladies of the First ward Darnaby have same by calling at this office Presbyterian CKurch will give a paying for this notice and rewardlive doll exhibition in the parlors ing finder of the church on Friday evening FOR DVSPEPSIA The exhibi nexf the 8th inst Indigestion and Stomach disorders take lMtOWNN 1HON UITTEUS tion will be a beautiful and inter- All doalors keep It SI per bottle Genuine has crossed red lines esting one and as it will be given trade mark ana iiiv tnuiiiinunton wrapper vim inMiM for the benefit of the church there should be a large attendance Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ imii Call and see the MAJESTIC RANGE made of Steel and maleable Iron Will last a lifetime They are a Kitchen necessity lighten labor and improve the flavor of the food CAKE FRUIT If you expect to have son actf Good Cake for for k DOUBLE BREECHLOADER The Modern Mother Has found that her little ones are improved more by the pleasant laxative Syrup of Figs when in need of the laxative effect of a gentle remedy than by any other and that it is more acceptable to them The true remedy Syrup of Figs is manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co only ought to be fat Give the Thin Babies a chance Give them Babies moo Sflf cocUng kjsmm Fstiot qms from Winchester Rifles Breeca Loafltiin Rifles TnanKsnivinn AND- - Scotts Emulsion the Cream of Cod liver Oil with hypophosphltos and watch them grow Fat Chub by Healthy Bright Physicians the world over endorse Â¬ Â¬ 200 925 200 to to 5000 1200 10 00 to Revolvers NlcKel Plated 125 New Winchester Repealing Shot Giro Model 1893 1688 B48e84pr Btnd 8 SUap for O0 p5 UUloju CtlliSlK Call on me and get the best money will buy GRIFFITH lr SEMPLE II 515 Main Mnr 18 Street LOUISVILLE KY Cheap to Augusta a Â¬ 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 JNGT1CM Euiviixk Ky October 80 18J3 IKIMONS HAVING CLAIMS AJAIF8T ALL fsiute of tle late Wyntt Parker will nlonHo present wmie properly proven as I wish to make a hottlenitiit of tno estate lUHpectfully Nov 4 It Dont be deceived by Substitutes rrrair ibiMmA rword br Scott A llownn N Y All DruggliU 4tv a o wmniNTON Administrator JAS HEE1TE7 THE SOUTH SIDE GRVCER Raisins Citron Currants Figs and all kinds of Nuts perfectly fresh We only handle these goods during the holidays and there Â¬ fore have no old stock to dispose of B2K1 6 I V I IHWI lii li i Ml ii ir issssxsm- - i Times Are Hard Save Your Money mmnBPm 3 i o H 5 u sK H H iii mill Comiiare i HOME MADE GOODS L s u en Hv 5 S w HH kIf B liiKBfi8 Will in lii 5Li miiiH MY STEEL RANGE g3 h - THIS T J e If You TJX CAN DO uj Caffil MitaflaaMlf iHiwiH ih Is manufactured in Louisville Ky under my I instructions for Frankfort trade can save you from Hil iPi 11 SSIlBSBlMalwBBvi OS 20 TO 40 fER CENT In the first cost Call and see my line fore you buy be- Â¬ are going to buy a Steel Range o u sa J OH N RELIGIOUS Baptist Church Public worship at the Baptist Church to morrow will Â¬ Enr khsxj KraamaKsasBassESKSs UCTKLEJY L Â¬ -- 3 wyzxifrurwMrini W A nriT i GAINES m Revenue Assignment Another Cigarette Victim H MARSHALL Another illustration of the dead The following assignments were ly effects of the use of cigarcfes be conducted at both services 11 a m made in this Division of the 7th this and 7 p m by RevW 0 Taylor the District of Kentucky by Collector va given in our community Robert the eight en year pastor Shelby to take effect Dec I viz week a m in the Sunday school at 930 old son of Mr Thos Ballow a STOREKEEPERS chapel on and saloon keeper Thos Rodman jr to V A grocery The hour for the evening service Wilkinson street has been suffer- Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a Co No 4 has been changed from 730 to 7 by Gaines Real estate bought sold or leased of the insurance patronage ing from the effects of cigarette share vote of the congregation A good line of both city and country property for sale at all times A I McDowell to W A He smoking for several months Christian Church Usual services Gaines Co No 4 additional became so violent that he had to OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET R H Whittington to J N at 11 and 730 by Rev George Darbie be put in a straight jacket pastor of the church In the morning Blakcmore No 96 T he will preach his sixteenth anniverBirths Jacob L Cox to Labrot L B MAR HALL CO Real Estate and Insurance Ags Â¬ Who sary sermon Night subject Graham No 52 is my Brother Â¬ Garland B Hale Young PeopleB Society of Chrisroom at Taylor tian Endeavorin the lecture jr Co 050 11 additional FOE RENT Jr to E Nos H 2and services at the Church of the Good Cochran Shepherd to morrow will be conW A R H ducted by Rev Father V E Gorey Gaines Co No 106 the pastor D T Matlack to E H Tay Low mass at 8 a m High mass 330 p m lor jr Sons No 2 at 10 a m and Vespers at to E H H T Crittenden Episcopal Church Rev R L Sons No 123 McCready the rector will con- Taylor jr Jas G Brawner to Labrot duct the regular services to morrow 11 oclock morning at Graham No 52 meal room At 730 p m Rev E H Ward D D E L Reece to Glen Spring of Lexington will preach a sermon Distillery Co No 57 addressed to men generally taking W A Johnson to S J Green Ali aie for his subject Manliness baum No 9 invited to attend R H Davenport to S First Presbyterian Church Greenbaum No 9 additional Rev J McOluslcy Blayney D D will 11 a occupy his pulpit to morrow at GAUGERS Â¬ Â¬ J- - Catholic Church The usual Geo B Thomson Co No 37 Phillips to to J no street Sout Frnnkrort known ns the Uanna In Georgetown on property This property tins large grounds flne und Is a very desirable location Monday November 26th 1893 shade tieos home or boarding house either foru to Mr Bert Ashurst and wilV nee FOR SALE Marshall a daughter weight Ashukst LARGE BRICK RESIDENCE ON SECOND ACRES GOOD TURNPIKE FARM Ahasroad 2OF necessaryONImprovements and miles from Frankfort This proper ty the usual 100 FORJ3ALJE Â¬ would make agood dairy or stock farm It Is very desirably located and Is In an excellent M 1 1 neighborhood pounds When on a visit to Iowa Mr K Dalton Russell county Kansas call ed at the lnboratory of Chamberlain FARM OF 253 ACRES 3 MILES FROM S A Frankfort on a good turnpike road with a Co Des Moines to show them his IJIIFTKEN 15 ACRES OF LAND 3 MILES residence of t rooms 2 tenement houses 2 tosix year old boy whose life had been I1 from Frankfort on Benson Creek which we bacco and stock barns beside- - all other neces saved by ChumberlainB Cough Rem- Â¬ are authorized to sell for three hundred and lit ty sary Improvements All of tbe Improvements edy it having cured him of a very dollar Including the fencing on this pnfierty rre new and in nrst cluss condition This farm hws Mr Dalton severe attack of croup quantity ot hi e tobacco land nnd would also mak is certain it saved his boys life and is a ilrst class stock farm It also Inis a young FOR SALE praise of the rem Â¬ enthusiastic in his peach orchard of a thousand tiees besides other Â¬ fruit edy For sale by J W Gayle drug TWO STORY DOUBLE FRAMK RESIDENCE t A on Cross street near Connrnv Thl nroper- gist y has a vet y co d lot Is In an excellent neighbor- Wanted 4 or 5 ho sesto feed Oil unu win ue sum ui a low ugure f TORY BRICK RESIDENCE OF 8 ROOM This 14 acres of land In Bridgeport Is good property and Is offered at a bargain TWO 35000 FORALE FORJ3ALE Â¬ Â¬ 11 11 through the 12 w nter Apply to Wm Cromwell FOR SALE A RESIDENCE 0F4R00MS0N This Is yery desirable pioperty MAINSTKEET Is In excelÂ¬ Â¬ 2t The Finest Train in America Is conceded to be the Southwestern Liinit d via Big Four Rout with residence lent repair and would make 11 11 st rate Invest Â¬ baccttibarns apple orchard and other nt cessary ment as there Is no property In t rankfort that lmpwve nents lilts land Is mostly in timber rents better nn grass ami will make a good tobavuo or stock farm It is offered at u bargain 8 OR 160 ACRE OF 100 A FARM Frankfort125 on nhouses turnpikeMILES good road from tenement stock und to xa and 730 p m Christian Endeavor will meet in the Lecture Room at 645 p m You are fine Young PeopleB Society of invited will preach to morrow 11 oclock At night theie morning at will be an open session of the Ep worbh League instead of the preach Â¬ ing service An interesting program of essays and music will be rendered Sunday school by the members meets at 930 a m Henderson Methodist Church Rev H G There will be preaching to morrow Southern Presbyterian Church a m and 730 p in at 11 The Thanksgiving services held in the various churches in the city on Thursday were well attended the sermons very appropriate and the col- Â¬ lections taken up for the benefit of tlo poor liberal L0 310 ACRES magnificent Wagner Train has rA FINE FARM OFfrom FrankfortFINELY good on a cued 8 miles RESIDENCE OF COL J STODDARD N been built csprciallv for service turnpike road upon which there Is a brick rosl THE on S jelhy stnot now occupied by Gaines rooms and Mxs L B Longmoor Possession given about diice of 5 rooms a tenement of four between Cncimati New Yoik all other necessary Improvements This land Is 1st of December Blakcmore No 96 In a hlh state of cultivation the Improvements running through and Bos on flin R H Frazier to E H Tay- solid to these cities without change are Insale jllcondition anda In order to make a be offered at bargain qulcx FOR RENT lor jr Co Nos 2 and 113 E of cars Composed of F2leant Sons No 53 Conches Wagner Sleeping Cars H Taylor Jr ROOMS ON COTTAGE and Geo T StaggCo Rectifiers Library and Cafe Car and Hotel A FRAME street South OF SEVEN property Is in Conwny Side This GARDEN FARM OF lAa ACRES WELL IM famous A proved locatod onu good turnpike road 3 good repair and we are authorized to rent It at it P P Parrish to S J Green Dinin j Car has become of its appoint miles from Frankfort Complete in all baum No 9 ment it is to day king of the P E Powell to Glen Spring road and No 57 JJisillery Co It leaves Cincinnati at 6 p m diily from Central Union Station Lbiot Graham No 52 connections with all H T Gaines to J no Cochran making through trains from the South and Co No 37 W A Gaines lands assenters in New York P Williams Citv at Grand Central Station 106 J Co No Rectifier and J W Johnson avoiding ferry transfer When you go East take this Rectifier Geo P Bryan to W Co No 4 and J A to New York and B ston This FOR SALE FORRENT FORSALE B Â¬ A Â¬ L MARSHALL CO s 100 Reward 100 train D B MARTIN Matrimonial Fuhs Phillips Mr John Fuhs and Miss Carrie Phillips of this city went to Cincinnati WednesThe day and were married groom is the master mechanic of the Kentucky Midland Railway while the bride is a sister ol Messrs K A and R f I Phillips Â¬ Grasp the Opportunity Our ontorprising druggist P H you to Carpenter cordially invites House- Â¬ try a 25o bottle of Dr Halos hold Cough Cure This new remedy acts quickly on the bronchial tubes throat and lungs lessons the doslro to cough and heals mucous mom brano If consumption it will ouro tyou Pleasant to tako The ohildron o Jlko it The readers of the Roundabout that tfill be pleased to learn there is at least one dreaded disease that science hasbeen able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Curo is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional dis Â¬ ease requires a constitutional treat ment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken Internally acting directly upon the blood and muooua Burfaoes of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in The proprietors doing ita work have so much faith in its curative that thoy offer One Hundred hilars for any case that it fails to ouro Send for list of testimonials CO F J OHBENBY Toledo O Â¬ General Pass enger and Ticket Agent E O McCORMICK Passenger Traffic Manager io 8t m Queen and Crescent MagaxiiMj Â¬ GUMS Leather Couehes GOODS U Â¬ Â¬ The Queen and Crescent Route is prepared to issue an elaborate publication in magazine from de scriptive ot the different sections of the South tiibutary to Its lines Capitalists tourist and business men are not likely to forget the southern cities so long as the Queen and Crescent Route can reach them with this artistic publication of Ten Cents in Postage Stamps You are invited to call and see the elegant Leather Couches and chairs we have just received tor Christmas i Â¬ Sold by drogglstfl 75o a Copy of this magazine will be mailed to any address on receipt Address W C RmEARSON Bissell Carpet Sweepers Wc all know the hard work expended by handling brooms the amount of dust raised Avoid the dust and labor by buying a carpet sweeper Bissells the best We have the Bissell For Malaria Liver Trou- - r0nS ioorIndigestionuse IRON BITTERS Genl Passr Agt Cincinnati O R ROGERS SON 11 jHSl39iB5Si iilfafrii iHJrWrtillililf rpi jr Wf r iTrr 7 t if wjf Tfr fjjTTwwwyn ST FKv I u r 7 JBrjnjL 11 luldsi kjt as Preparatory to Changing Our Location II JEiCcarcl -- A-t v 7v7E WILL DISPOSZ 3-rtl- y- And will defy competition both in price and quality of goods 7 MONtfY We ask our friend to cill before purchasing as we will make it to their interest We enumerate below a few of the items we carrv in stock Lirio CTK7abU- XecHuioed Prices - O CTJR STOCK OF I ADdT WM and --will SAVE THEM General Hardware and Wall Papor Harness Whipp 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 TtnrrsrTtgrrrrruttrrfXXrtvuvvw Cor Main and Lewis Streets FltANKFOIiT HONORED C iJp i m A M ilWB LIN Opposite the Farmers Bank Prof Jolni II Proctor or This City Appointed a Civil Ser Â¬ vice Commissioner Prof John R Procter who was for a number of years Director of the State Geological Survey during which time he made his home in this city was on Wednesday appointed by the President as a member of the Civil Service Com mission to succeed Gen George The D Johnson of Louisiana appointment of Mr Procter was a pleasant surprise to his friends here and they congratulate hirrn upon his elevation to so important He is thoroughly a position qualified for the duties and will discharge them faithfully and well Â¬ A Singular Jblnd Â¬ a - i While making some improvements upon the property recently purchased by him know as the Sayre school house in Sonth Frankfort Mr Jas A Scott discovered a Greek grammar snugly tucked away in a rats nest We always knew that rats conversed in some dead language or other that we have always been unable to interpet but we did not know that it was necessary for their ra ships to take a Greek grammar from which to teach their offspring how to qualify their remarks to suit their paternal cars But this is not all that was disclosed by this find It uncovered a romance of the long ago in which Kentuckys Senior Senator our Joe5 is right smartly interested It appears that the grammar was the property of the Hon Joe Blackburn away back in the 5os when he was having his intellectual faculties sharpened and trained by the prince of educators Col B B Sayre It appears in the hours whenjoseph was that supposed to be learning to conjugate the obstinate Greek verbs which the grammar contained he was recording the fact that he was badly smitten with the charms of two of our most noted beautiful women who then were rollicking laughing and flirting with the boys who crowded the benches of the famous Sayre school The tladies are both now well settled in life and no doubt will hear with strange sensations this record of the past which is thus opened up Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ of it to Governor Bucknrr send- ing it to his home iVHart countv Glen Lily In acknowledging the courtesy the grand old hero wrote a letter full of affectionate gratitude to the donors from which we make the following extrac Its reception was as gratifying as it was unexpected Indeed the chief gratification we will now have in its reception will be the knowl edge that we are held in such pleasant memory by those who have joined in adding so greatly to the value of the memento vlitle we can not adequately give expression to our appreciation of this act of friendship we beg to assure you and the other signers of the kind letter that this act of their friendship is In nur memory writ where every day well turn the leaf to read it It is afe to say that Kentucky never had a Governor who with his charming family was more deservedly popular with all classes of our people Democrats Republicans or Populists Long may he live to be an honor to his itate Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ETIIODIST CONCERT R Vid and Rattan Chairs Date dimmed to Monday E VCMl- injj The Programme The Mjthodfst concert ill take place nest Monday r citing Dec 4h instead of Tue div evening Fol as announced lieictfore lowing is the programme Organ Solo Mr James Banta Chorus Baptist Choir Song Mr Walter Franklin Violin Solo Master Rob Thomson Reading Mrs Julia Thompson Song Miss Mary Todd Mias Sue Kavanaugh Piano Solo Â¬ Rogers Son are receiving their line of holiday goods and if ATTORN you want to buy a serviceable as RBAI BSTATB AGBNT w as a handsome gift go there TIU PRACTICE m THB COUBT8 0 t Franklin and tna and buy a Reed or Rattan Chair till aUo give social adjoiningto counties ana attention the purohaaa collection Go and look in their front window and sale of real estate of Ion at r nta claims nd tbe lefotlattnn InnSul and see the beauties This is only the beginning they will have the h indsomest line this Christmas JOHN DRISCOLI ever shown in this city and all are iivited to call and look whether aE33 they want to buy or not EY-AT-LA- CROMWELL W 11 t Song Mr Bob Franklin Messrs Hodges Brady and Have you Thought Liquor Merchant x A Selection Recitation Violin Solo Song Guitar Solo Rogers Â¬ Manliness The Brotherhood of St A n drew has inaugurated at the As cension Church a monthly service for men On the first Sunday of A last month the Rev Dr Snively preached to a large congregation addressing particularly On to morChristian workers row Sunday Dec 3 at 730 p m the Rev E H Ward D D of Lexington will preach to men in general on Manliness Dr Ward is one of the deepest thinkers and most forcible speak ers in the church in Kentucky to day and it is expected that a large congregation will be present Everybody is welto hear him come Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mr Foster Baird Season soon oneus in America Prof Louis Ilarri- Â¬ Mrs William Blaine Elegant hotels magnificent tropi Prof Henry A Saxton cal surroundings While people in the North Chorus Under the management of Prof shiver and button their great coats closer you can sail summer Graham stream lounge through the mag Â¬ Admission 25 cent9 Advertised Letters at Frankfort nolias or rest uniler the bloom of orange groves Kentucky You can angle in the best Below will be found a list of adver- Â¬ stocked fishing waters of America tised letters for the week ending You can have the most perfect December 2 1893 hotel Service Beasly Mrs Har Rosovsky S The way to reach Florida is by r riet Parser B dell the Ycstibuled Trains of the Boyce J W Pullum Green Crescent route Penrse Miss Julia Queen Cohen Will Denn Miss Hattie Parker John Finest trains in the South Fisher Maria Pefte Riisol Through sleepers to Jackson Â¬ Guthrie Geo W Reber Alfred ville GrahamMissMarr Roberts Luke Reedey J T tha 109 miles shorter than any other Readman Wm Hunter T J line Service as perfect as a mod Â¬ S nith Arthur Hall Henry Hopkins Geo C Tnoaias Mrs B ern American railway can make Jackson Fanny Tracey Dock it Turner Eliza Johnson Laura Send your address to W C Terrill Joseph Irvin Riley Smith Mary Knelton Mr Rineaivsou G P A Cincinnati Lee McGora Tuttsel S W for winter tourist rates Trolutny Geo H O Marshall O C Thompson Wm schedules information as to hotels Martin Mollio Miles M Triplette W M etc Uon- McOumbso Mamie Waterman McHorgvie Sam- - rell Rueklens Arnica Sulve mie Warlicld G W George Mclntyre Lewoll War The best salve in the world for Outs Williams Sarih enl Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Niokles Merandy Wellitt Mrs Sal Fever Sores Tetter Chapped Hands lie Oveton Marrie Chilblains Corns and all Skin Erup When calling for these letters say advertised J M Sapfell P M tions and positivelyi8 cures Piles or no pay required It guaranteed to give satisfaction or money refunded The Axe Fell Price 25 cents per box For sale by 1 Â¬ bout going to Florida this win ter Its the greatest resting place full line of pure Anderson county whiskies wines brandies etc 235 BROADWAY April 15 tf opposite State House Orchard Lawn fjraraen -- FULL STOCK OF- - Fruit Ornamental Trees Grape Vines Asparagus SHALL FRUITS SURUBS nnd everything usually found In a nursery establishment We soil direct to the lanter mid have no agents Catalogue on application U F UILLENMKYfcR Oct 2 3m Lexington Ky 1 -- and Disease troytt Work Worry are a formidable the weak person frequenilt lias to meet all oX t em at once How can he overcome The answer Is with our Compound Oxygen ami ours oulj The count 1p demonstrations of 23 jears war Â¬ rant this reply Our treatment is available for home use neither need your occupation b e 1 he value of these Interfered with features Is obvious What about your A book uf explanation and proof need Is yours to consider Drs 15 If asked for now RTARKEY PALEN Arch Street Philadelphia Pa o a22e the Phil Carpenter on 8 ly Getting Monotonous Two weeks ago a stray bullet from a pistol accidentally dropped on the street touched the elbow of the Roundabout giving him considerable of a shake up and on Thursday night a ball fired from a policemans pistol after a fleeingprisoner went wide and struck the side of the residence of the Roundabout family en tering the dinning room and scattering plastering over the floor Now this is beginning to get the least bit monotonous and we want to enter a protest against bullets flying around so promiscuously before we are wiped out entirely Â¬ Â¬ In the new deal recently nude among the revenue force in this vicinity Messrs F M Scofield and J B Lewis Republicans lost their official heads and from now on are private citizens MONON ROUTE The Direct and Popular Line to Fok Sale or Rent My house West Main street at present occupied by Col Corbetts family Possession given immediately Mrs W 1 Rodman 52 tf Miles Norvo and Liver Fills I CHICAGO And all Points NORTH and WEST Acton a new principle regulating Those who have used Dr Kings the livor stomach and bowels though New Discovery know its Value and Mia nnn PM A now rUnnnvfirv Tr those who have not have tho oppor- - Mjies Pilfs speedily cure biliousness uumytu wyiureu umiouHwuuverv 0Ui taste torpid liver piles constipa- t infill rirncTfrlal- ntirl crnt n Trlnl Rrtfflo i i DnlnJU I All Freo Vestibuled Trains Dining Car Services Palace Chair Cars Pullman Buffet Sleepers to I E Bucklen Co Chicago and 60 cio808 for 25 cents Samplosfree at pot a sample box 01 ur juugs jnow J WGaylesFrunkfortKy 45 ly Life Pills Free as well a copy of And Orily First Clafss Accommodations Guide to Health and Household In For Further Information Address Strength and Ilealtl All of which is structor Free guaranteed to do you good and cost C P A S L Bryan nothing at Piiil Carpenters Drug If you are not feoling Btrong and 4 healthy try Electric Bitters If Store LOUISVILLE KY iree Send your name and address children Smallest mildest surest WiMDiA v Bitters Dr Iltilofc IIouBehold Ointment weary use Electric on Is the finest remedy in tho world It absolutely euros catarrh It cures Neuralgia and Rheumatism Cures Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum in the most soothing manner Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Can be Cures Coughs and Colds taken internally A positive speciflo for pneumonia Cute Bruises Burns Chilblains Sores of long standing Corns and Bunions are cured quickly different from all else superior to all else it has no equal 25 and 50o boxes Large size cheapest Sold at P H 8 Carpentrrs drug store For Rent A front room on Main street suitable for office M The Old Arm Chair When Governor Buckner presided over the good old Commonwealth he used a favorite chair in the Governors office Recently it was learned by a number of his frieuds in this city that the chair so used was about to be sold and a new one purchased fpr Governor They immediately arBrown ranged with the State Librarian Mrs Day for the purchase of the old arm chair and made a present Â¬ Â¬ Will Help Matters The City Council has ordered a plank walk laid from Second Â¬ Kb through the City School yard down to the ferry landing on the South Side and will have electric lights erected on each bank of the river so that pedestrians will have plenty of light to assist them in keeping out of the Address mud and water 52 tf street has left you weak and This OR remedy acts directly Liver Stom ach and Kidneys gently aiding those Jas Barker G P A Chicago 111 organs to perform their functions If you are afflicted with Sick Headache you will find speedy and permanent relief by taking Electric Bitters One FOR trial will convince you that this is tho Largo bottleo remody you nood only 60 cents at Phil Carpenters FARM ADJOINING L BLUE 6 drug store A FINE Railroad GRASSnnd one halt miles from N one LaGrippe Â¬ FARM SALE m Dyspepsia consists of Frankfort near Glens Creek turnpike The farm 60 ACRES OF LAND Heavllr set In blue grass and In line condition for cultivating having been In grass for fifteen years Thtro are two dwelling houses on the place mid all necestnrr outbuildings also two never falling sprliiRS This Is a very desirable farm for a dairyman or tobacco raiser Poueeilon will be given to buyer ut any time Terms very reasonable For further Information rail on or address M8 NORA SULLIVAN On premlsM Nor 4 1 m -- Isnt pleasant nor Â¬ this office it necessary Dr Halos Household vTea will cure it We have a great many testimo Â¬ nials from people who say it has abso Â¬ lutely ourod thorn It is pleasant to take and cost only 25o and 50o a pnokago at P H Carpenters drug 6 tore 1b JEXIttel iUJ - RTKflMtiWaKfM mmmmtrxmammm t 4 CUT CUT 111 j CUT M r a every department We Want Gash and Must Have It i And nothing else will get these goods at the prices For want of space we are unable to quote prices in detail and only give prices on a few leading articles to show you we mean what we say and 2 Jeans pants go v i s l200pairsof the very best 150 at 1 200 childrens suits all wool were Ages 4 to 9 4 to 7 go at 350 years 500 heavy Net over shirts go at 49 cents were 75 cents v 150 fine derby hats go at 149 were 3 and 350 100 pairs of warm leather lined gloves only 39 cents 100 overcoats from our recent fire in LouisvilJe go at 10 and 12 were sold at 20 and 22 All m 5 1 j - - ar S perfect goods M - M r These immense cuts hold good in our entire Shoe partment MUST BRING THE CASH De- Â¬ 4 V CRUTCHER EriaiiTsL3onct Jack Mason as Friend Fritz Street Philadelphia Stock Company for the remainder of the season His first important part was that of Fran- Â¬ cois in Richelieu with Lawrence Barrett It was in 1879 that he joined the Boston Museum as juvenile and singing gentleman becoming the ab- Â¬ solute leading man in 1888 He has been married now two years and the result of that marriage is John not Jack Nothing could be more hap- Â¬ pily fortunate than the union with Marion Manola Nothing better for the man than the responsibilities of a husband He found a wife affection intelligent ate far seeing and thoughtful a companion in pleasure and a helpmate in business It was natural that such a union of dramatic and musical ability should result in the formation of the present Manola Mason Company and it has been by the skill and education of both that an organization now a year old has be-Â¬ come so wideiy and so favorably known The hours and days of hus- Â¬ band and wife are now passed in study and preparation for this and The happy in- Â¬ future productions troduction of the two as stars effect Â¬ ed by the pretty little comedy en- Â¬ titled If I Were You has been fol- Â¬ lowed by the much more ambitions presentation of LAmi Fritz which operatic comedy will be eventually followed by others of like character It boing the determination of Mr and Mrs Mason to produce the very best European successes those that have never been seen here before and in a style peculiarly their own At the Opera House Saturday December Â¬ 0 Â¬ ST ARKS ANNOUNCEMENTS etxxcL KET Louisville For Jailor DURRETT We are authorized to announce W T GAINES as a candidate for Jailor of Fronkllu county subject to tlieactlon of the Democratic party LOUIS VIIiLYE TOBACCO MAR FURNISHED BY GLOVER CHAS T RA Y Attorney at Xaw Kentucky Midland Ey FRANKFORT KY Sales on our market for the week We are authorized to announce II F SIIOW just closed amount to 1923 hhds with ALTER aa a candidate for Jailor of Franklin Office in the Hume Building receipts for the same period of 855 county subject to the action of the Democratic hhds Sales on our market since Jan Â¬ party uary 1st amount to 124086 hhds Sales For Assessor of the orop of 1892 on our market to this date amount to 123568 hhds We are nutborlzed to announce J AS DESMOND We have had large offbripgs of OCONNOR as a candidate for Assessor of Frank Â¬ S lortesi and a i ckiit between lin new burley tobacco again this week can county Subject to the action of the Republi- Â¬ party and prices have been well maintained CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT The market for 1892 crop bnrley has been somewhat more active but not JTTAYLOR KOBERTGLORE Unlr direct tins list wean to the extent to justify changing quotations Frankfort Georgetown and Paris Car Â¬ The following quotations fairly rep- T0YLOR GLOBE bacco 1892 crop Trash I dark or damaged 4 00 tobacco 5 00 Common Oolory trash Medium to good colory 6 00 trash Common lugs not colory 4 50 6 00 Common Colory lugs Medium to good colory 8 00 lugs Common to medium leaf 9 00 15 00 Good to fine leaf Select wrappery 8tylesl8 OOfy lisle 4 LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE K13 Kayirille moutb and Gynthiana Covington VIA Fal 50 6 00 7 50 5 50 8 00 9 0C 15 00 18 00 26 00 I COITTRACTOHS prepared to do all kinds of stone and brickwork on short notice and in the best style ASK FOR TICKETS KY MIDLAND S a Si TaJUNS BUM BY GEMTBAL STAHDAHD TIKE 26 18SJ3 PRICES - REASONABLE Oct 21 3m TIMETABLE NOV I TRAINS E AST A m No I irmrx No 8 No 7 LOO Nervous Prostration Sheep for Sale FOR SVLTTIOO HEAD OF FIRST class ewes which I will sellon fix months time Also a few Shropshire and South Down backs that I will sell cheap SOUTH TRIMBLE Forks of Klknorn Ky an26 tf HAVE John Mason better known as hand some Jack is one of the most popu lar men upon the Amerloan stage and is likened by many to the late Charles Thorne the best actor and leading man ever known in this coun- Â¬ try John B Mason grandson of Dr Lowell Mason whose sacred songs have warmed the hearts of the entire world and the son of Daniel Q Mason the founder of the great Mason t Hamlin Organ Company was born October 1859 and is conse- Â¬ quently now in his thirty fourth year At the age of six years he was taken to Germany by his parents aud at the proper time placed at one of the best universities where ho was educated He returned home and entered Co- Â¬ lumbia College in 1676 which cele Â¬ brated institution in obedience to his instincts he left to go upon the stage appearing first at Banvards now Dalys Theatre in companion Â¬ ship with a spear a broom or some stage weapon Tho next year he joined Magglo Mitoholls Company And after a ton weoks engagement Woame a mombor of tho Walnut Â¬ -- 2d A largo manufacturer whose affairs were very much embarrassed nnd who was overworked and broken down with nervoiiB exhaustion went to a celebrated specialist He was told that tho only thing needed was to be relieved of care and worry nnd havo a chango of thought This doc- Â¬ tor was more considerate of his pa Â¬ Xjot- tients health than of his financial ZE3Io He ought to have circumstances advised him to use Dr Miles Restor Â¬ HOUSE OF SEVEN ROOMS LOCATED ative Nervine the best remedy for A on Conway street south side Is offered for nnnlr tn- jl nervous prostration sleeplessness sile nt a banraln For tnrmitWMj UUUMWiJLL izrdizziness headache ill effects of spir- - Oct7tf I Lv FOR SALE ase and E Georgetown C S Depot Newtown Centrevllle Elizabeth Ar Purta Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv LvSwltzer stamping Ground uv uuvau Lv John ton Lv Frankfort Lv Summit Lv Elkborn A 700 7116 B ace 820 711 718 723 7S6 742 749 768 400 406 4 12 4 20 4b8 443 431 4t0 110 125 140 200 210 220 606 2J5 335 346 400 PM 3J RIG a30 625 523 640 6l7 M 800 TRAINS WEST Lv Ar Elizabeth Ar Centervllle Ar Newtown Ar c 8 Depot Ar Georgetown Ar Johnson Ar Dnvall Paris c IN02INO 906 915 920 1117 1124 1130 1137 1149 1166 1202 1210 N U Ml P Mil 4 INoSINaia B 940 92J Heart Disease Curablo The truth of tblaetatement may bt doubted by many but when Dr Franklin Miles the eminent Indiana specialist claims that heart disease iri curable and proves it by thousands of testimonials of wonderful cures sands testify to cures Books and trial bottles free at J W Gayles 5 m HO UUUUVUUi VUUDD UpiUlU IXU XIIUU Ii N TIME TABLE Flue Portruits The following time table is now iu N road effect upon tho L ArBtnraptnfc Ground Ar Swltzer An Elkborn Ar Summit Ar A 060 600 601 612 630 635 641 648 665 715 721 790 Ttt 4f8 525 645 00 t -- 749 800 30 60 fj aiO 905 915 925 7 09 Frankfort A M m give 5 ou d y TBAINS ausx N o 18 1 eaves Frankfort i cvci 1020 am iiic illicit wuik ma icu uui No 20 loaves Frankfort 453 p m ular pulse wind in stomach pain in Cbutuuauuiciii No24 n rrheB Frankfort 715 p m smothering spoils h de or shoulder Mat terns Photo No 22 leaves Frankfort o A F Davis 855 pm fainting dropsy 1 2 4t Silver Greek Nebraska by using No 20 will Btop nt Anchorage nnd tbur bottles of Dr Miles New Heart ChrifltlniiHburg for passengers for LADIES Cure was completely cured after Needing a tonic or children who want build Lexington nnd points beyond Ing up should tnko twelve years suffering from heart Nob 23 17 nnd 21 oouneot nt Lngrnage BUOWWH IKON mTTEItS ditioaso This wonderful remedy Ik for Cincinnati Nos 28 and 21 oonnpet It la pleasant curM Malaria Indication told by J W Qayle Books free 5 HUlousnei Liver Complaints and Nturulflx at Anohorage for Blqomneld Dranolu ai palpitation irreg aisar breath EM AZ with short TBAINS WEST In elegant frames would make Ho231eavenFrnnkfort In No 17 leaves Frankfort a nice Christmas present order to secure them in time bet No 21 leaves Frankfort ter order them now before the No lOleavoe Frankfort a 550 am 950 a m 8UNDAY TRAINS 265 p m Arr 785 pm a Lve Frankfort 945 a m 1110 Georgetown 1040 m Lve Georgetown Arr Frankfort a 1210 pm The Kentockr Midland Railway and connections fonn the shortest and cheapestttoate to all points north south east and west For further Information apply to their agents fe B WEITZEL D BERCAW City Ticket Agent Gen Pass Act GK0B HARPER Gen Supt -- connects with L B connects with 0 C connects with K 0 and LS M tuio Job work neatly exe- - k outed at this office