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Hhu rtBP Jffmmmk fr itJLfcfciSttaii4 iJBfatltftiiiMniiitiirilrtrfr tfrlirf fi r riibAuft vtHtiif nlilllfclaBnMWmlw Mw4Ay P h The VOL XVIII iji Ml a RAMFORT ROFNMBOUT A GEO A LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS S100 In Advanot FBANKFOKT KT J IOW SATURDAY OCTOBER 13 1814 LRK CIIUKC1I 11 Ml NO 6 ftffifrtffftii W Judly Scattered V ft r If 4 l The Frankfort Foot Ball Club will have a hard lime getting a Keeolved by Jlel ti Â¬ thes winning team together this season as four of the best men have left Mr M P Gray received a letter town Mr Robert phythian one on Wednesday from Mr James of the guardS has gone t0 Indian W Nicol giving the particularsofapoIis to accept a position Mr the death of Mr Lee S Church Robert Averil the otKr guardf formerly of this city near Chelan is traveiing for a Louisville house As the result of my tests I find the Washington last week It seems jMr John South center rush b that he Mr Nicol and a man by attending the mndical college in m ROYAL BAKING POWDER superior to all the name of Swearinger were liv Louisvile and pIaving with the the others in every respect It is entirely ing in a cabin upon the bank of Athletlc Qub deven in that citV free from all adulteration and unwhole- Â¬ Lake Chelan about thirty miles and Walter GlorCf the od reliabe some impurity and in baking it gives off abovethetownof that name and tackle hag tQ Danvile t0 were working a mine in the moun play with the Centre College a greater volume of leavening gas than tains some distance up the lake is therefore not only Capt Charley Swango has team any other powder Mr Nicol had gone up to the not given up hope and is still at the purest but also the strongest powder mine and Mr Church and Swear- work trying to get sufficient mateam acquainted with which inger started up the lake in a small rial together to make a respectarowboat which carried a mast and ble showing before rn W ei the season WALTER S HAINES M D sii to meet him on his return closes 111 Prof of Chemistry Rush Medical College They hoisted the sail and had gone rn Consulting Chemist Chicago Board of Health some distance when the boat was Will Study Foot Bull becalmed and Mr Church stood Mr Walter Glore of this city up in the boat and was attempting AH powders r3 CLJm to lower the sail when he lost his better known as Whitechild by left Monday for Danville where he balance and in falling caught at the will attend Centre College He lime Mr mast overturning the boat was offered great inducements to Church although a good swimmer Sbri ROYAL BAKINQ POWDER CO 106 WALL ST NEW YORK become a student of the college as sank almost immediately but his services were desired as a memmmmeEmssjm Swearinger clung to the boat and ber of the foot ball team which will finally reached the shore Mr represent Old Centre this year stition and sang them a farewell Nicol in returning to camp found CLOSED and he will be a valuable acquisi- Â¬ Nothing which has ever taken the boat bottom upwards in the tion to that organization being m n rA place in this city before has lake and Swearinger standing upon hj ta 1 one of the best tackles in the rjririrnm THE GREAT REVIVAL MEETING brought the different denomina- the bank and from him obtained a good runner and possessed BROUGHT TO AN END SUN- Â¬ tions so close together and unified the above particulars of the drown- - State DAY EVENING He at once endeavored to ui Mieuyui Miitiiicui iu aiiy 111111 All have ing the people of God through a flying wedge like worked together ministers and recover the body but had not sucI knife As a Result of the Same 329 Per- laymen with zeal and earnest- ceeded up to the time the letter ness forgetting for the time to was written Catarrh Cant be Cured sons Have Joined the Churches what particular church they beMr N B Church left Thurs- Â¬ of the City With local longed having but one end in day afternoon for Washington to not reach applications as they can the seat 01 the disease blood or constitutional view the salvation of souls As endeavor to recover the body of Catarrh is a in disease and order to cure it you And All of the Congregations a result 329 persons have united his brother and to settle up his have to take internal remedies Halls Are Alive AVlth New Catarrh Cure is taken internally and with the different churches di- - affairs acts directlv on the blood and mu- Religions Zeal vided as follows Baptist 99 First The lake is seventy miles long cotis surfaces It was perseribed by 1 in this best Presbyterian S2 Christian 7S by from one to three miles wide one of the yean physicians regular and i8 a count for The most remarkable series ol It in composed of the Souther Presbyterian 24 Metho- and very deep It is feared the prescription best tonics known combined with the religious meetings ever held in this j body may never be recovered dist 31 Episcopal 15 best blood purifiers acting directly city was closed in the tent Sunday on the mucous surface The perfect Many of those who united with A Valise Found 0 rnbiration of the two ingredients From start to finish evening the churches were well advanced is what produces such wonderlul large congregations were in attend- Â¬ in life and some ults in curing catarrh Send for A yellow leather valise conmuch younger ance at every service and give the CO Toledo O were considered pas- hope and in taming some few articles of cloth- - F J CHEENEY preachers the closest attention the atrbold by druS18t8 75 many a household in this city there ing some shoemakers thread and most perfect order prevailing the is joy and rejoicing that God sent other small articles with a Courier entire time The sermon Sunday K Revs B Fay Mills and Ralph Journal addressed to H afternoon was to skeptics and was co workers into bourne was found in the woods Gillam with their heard by a large congregation Notwithstanding the on what is known as the old Macev our midst which filled the tent to nearly its weather was getting so cold as to place near Bridgeport on Tues- MILLIARDS AND IOOL LAWYERS full capacity while the throng day by Mr S E Lacefield It render it uncomfortable in the IVM CROMWELL CHAS G PAYNE which attended the farewell sertent all saw the meeting close is not known by whom it was vice at night numbered nearly Attorney at Law Billiards and Pool with regret and there was almost placed there and any one having When the sermon was Frankfort Kentucky 3000 Tte Club Main Sheet a universal expression of the de jlost the same can obtain it by call Also Real Estate Agent Will practice in tho Rev A S Pollett of the over The Finest Tables in the city Gymnasium and Courts of Franklin and the adjoining counties sire to have the gentlemen who ing on Mr Lacefield Bowlluj AlUs attached and will also lve special attention to the pur Methodist Church on behalf of chase and sale of teal estate collection of rents conducted the services to return Church Didientod claims and the negotiation of loans the Christian people of the city again at some time in the future CONFECTIONER delivered a brief and eloquent fareiv The new church edifice erected when as large if not greater con R TODD well address to Rev Ralph Gillam Attorney at Law by the congregation at North JOHN gregations will greet them the evangelist who labored so faith Manufacturing Benson was dedicated on Sunday Frankfort Kentucky Confectioner fully and earnestly during last Stubbed Ills Toe Will practice In all State Courts Olllce second A congregation of about a thoutloor Custom House week and to Mr Hillis who has 41 St Clair Street sand persons was present and three 1 MiUm viowun fi iw xm mi Hoim iuiuI Candles Krults Nuts and lee Cream DRLU led the great choir during the en twelve-Vear-ol- WVV son of Tilford Cra- - sermonS were Pleached during the and Soda Water In eaMin Clears and Tobacco IV 11 AVE RILL tire meeting bidding them God- craft of Owinno sville Bath countvday and evening by kev B K J r f t speed and assuring them the Qf Druusist Kev or nirw nungerioru in tue morning ii nmmi c Kir m I NEWSDEALER prayers of this people would follow Main Street opp City Hall cuJj A Head in the afternoon and A general stock of Druf Fine stationery a them in their labors In response GUY BARRETT spoelult riday the CIbum and Tobacco Prescriptions n to swdl and Rev j c Riley at niRht Quite a compounded at all hours Mr Hillis sang as his farewell a News Dealer ami in two hours the bov died in the number went out from this city beautiful solo and Mr Gi lam NO IV R WILLIAMS CO Booksoller greatest agony TwoiUv llve Couts made a few feeling and earnest re 332 Main Street Tsnt much monoy lint it will buvn Drnsiiiists bottlo of the finest Cough cure on Fine Stationery IeilodlcaN of all kinds Fancy marks After the benediction was lOKlllll Allens Wlff liOOil nW Tlmt Ih Uluif u tt nliimi fm1 314 Main Stiect pronounced large numbers ot the Tho famous authoress of Mv Ouln- trinufrunimiifnnvirMi Prescriptions earetully and accurately tilled at till HtutoH what thousnnds of pooplo havo told congregation pressed forward to onb niul Botsy BobbottH hours A line line ot Fanc Toilet Articles that she owes hor freedom from colds llHi Dont neglect a cough It mnv FlOlR AND FEED take the faithful workers in the and gonera good health during tho cost vou uh nianv dollars or possiblV PAINTFRS When DONALDSON Masters vineyard by the hand for iiouHonoia uintment w n en hiio ro- - yourTfe go to P you fool tho first REOCK K Carimcntkrs symptomH P URIDGEFORD Both gentlemen gards as tho greatest niudieino ol tho drug store invent J cents in a bottlo Hour jMeal hoed and the last time t Wit 111 i II did luitltwi 11 r nirik ir uti Imt it i Countrv Produce The raintor lett ftlonclay liioimng on the r00 physician yoars ago gives hor great ana cure vourself i coiifldonce In all of Dr Halos TIouhc- Fined Block Sottti Side train and quite a number of the 10 St Clair Street hold remedies tho bent in tho world Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Choice Wall Paper Paints 0I1 11ml 0Ii eoiittiiitlvoii 0Mers Fish and iume In seaon members of the choir were at tue Soldbv PH Carpkntur A Pure Urupe Cream olTurtur Pom tier IlckUsaud PivMHvei hand Letter Giving tho PurtliMilurs HARP El In Baking Powders Royal Leads t H - 1 I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tf-j-- are shown other baking analysis to contain alum or ammonia ri rmur- I P PPpZPKiPSP n Â¬ T kA If Â¬ H r - l Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I J 0 I I Â¬ - I Business and Professional Directory Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ annx r Â¬ Â¬ j r-nri- - d - 1 1 1 I Â¬ 1 1 x 1 1 t4 t iw wvi jt ttk jwai-itWj5v-iii ii niunil riinUiiw I mftitf trlaitiiaiW Siaits t3aat are dressy lools Suits tliatpricesmeat Sia51 s tliat please at And all be beat rnrmat cant AaacL never tear This little rhyme is bore to catch your eye We want to impress you with the fact that we are a full fledged S ULit tlxat fit Sviits that wear -- READY MADE CLOTHING HOUSE hoys and childrens clothing High quality and low prices Fall and winter stock now in Try us from So up boys 250 up e ns Mens suite Hudson Humphries friends in Louisville Mrs E E Hume who has been very ill is improving i apidly Mr James Heeney left Monday for a business trip to New York MrsJas R Ely left Monday for a visit to friends in Covington Miss Nettie Parker of Lexington isvisiting friends in this city Miss Dessie Wingate of Midway is Miss Julia R Todd of Louisville spent several days in this city the Miss Gertrude South is visiting first of the week visiting her sister PEKSOXAIj Appoint the Delegates The Louisville Hoard of Trade has issued a call for a convention of the Friends of Immigration to assemble in the Exchange Hall of the Board of Trade in Louisville on October 24th and has request ed every city town county board c in the State to apof trade point delegates to the same Frankfort and Franklin county should be interested in the matter of immi gration as we have great natural advantages which should be set before the world in such a light as to induce desirable immigrants to come into our midst and utilize them And to that end delegates who will attend the convention should be appointed by the Mayor and County Judge This city and county have been asleep long enough and should wake up get into the procession and keep step with the march of progress Â¬ Â¬ Teaeliers Association The Hald Knob District Teachers Â¬ Mrs S B Holmes visiting relatives in this city Â¬ i v Kf Mrs Belle Shannon left Tuesday for a visit to friends in Brazil Indi- versary of their marriage Miss Gracia Grant went to Paris ana Tuesday to represent G W Gwin Mr C E Collins left Tuesday after- on a prospecting Lodge Daughters of Rebeckah at the noon for meeting of the Grand Lodge Mr J F Lewis and wife of Louis- Miss Mayme Dryden leaves to day ville were in the city this week at for a visit to relatives in Dayton tending the meeting of the Synod of Ohio Kentucky and visiting relatives Mr W F Grayot returned Monday Miss Rosa Freeman of Austin from a visit to his old home at Texas who has been visiting Mrs Smithland Geo A Lewis 421 Second street left Miss Mollie Turpin of Richmond Wednesday for Woodford county is visiting Miss Lulie Graham on the Messrs George Penn of Austin South Side Texas and Will Penn of Terre Mr Lucian Beckner and wife have Haute Indiana have been visiting taken a flat in the Hume building on relatives in this county this week Main street Mrs Patty Flemming delegate to Matrimonial Miss MaudWayts of Georgetown The Synodical Womans Missionary is visiting JMiss Mattie Jones on Society from Flemingsburg was the Hughes Wilhoit Mr W J Logan street guest of Miss Sally Jackson and Mrs Hughes senior member of the Mrs H H Kavanaugh leaves Mon Morton this week lumber firm of Messrs W J day for a vsit to her sons in Little Mr Younger Crane of this county Hughes Co and Mrs M W Rock Arkansas who has been sojourning at the widow of Misses Henderson of New Orleans Springs for several weeks returned Wilhoit of Monterey are visiting Mrs Sam D Johnson home Thursday greatly improved in the late Dr R W Wilhoit of on Steele street health His father accompanied him this city were marritd in Louisis in busi Â¬ Mr Thos J Brtelan who Messrs V B Bridgeford Chas ville on Wednesday ness in St Louis is at home for a McEnnis Albert Chilson Eugene Kkllar Crutciier Dr Hervey visit to relatives Wolf and John Quinley left Tuesday Mr Geo W Reasor of Winchester morning for Paris to attend the Kellar the well known young phywas in the city Monday shaking meeting of the Grand Lodge of Odd sician and Miss Adelma Crutcher Fellows as delegates from the Lodges daughter of Mr D C Crutcher hands with old friends Mr D 0 Parrish and family of in this city will be married early in November m Paris spent Saturday and Sunday in All the latest styles in soft and Mr LafayRohinson Vance this city visiting friends stiff hats at ette Robinson and Miss Iva Vance Miss Margaret Baskett of Win MivAGHhK Marshalls chester is visiting Miss Ella New both of Georgetown were married house in South Frankfort at the Southern Presbyterian Mrs Thos H Bradley and son Plant a Tree Church in this city on Thursday Marshall of Georgetown spent Tues day in this city with relatives Gov Hrown on Saturday issued by Rev D Clay Lilly Rogers Coleman Mr Thos Mr W S Caldwell and wife of a proclamation fixing Friday No Louisville visited Mrs M C Macklin vember 9th as Arbor Day re- P Rogers of this city and Miss on Washington street this week questing its observance by the Marguerite Coleman of Louis Miss Maud Wnyte who has been and people generally as ville will be married at the home visiting friends here returned to her schools contemplated in the joint resolu- of the bride in that city on Tues home in Georgetown Wednesday Misses Kate and Amelia Petry of Shelbyville who have been the guests of Mrs J II Cox Third street have returned home Miss Wallie Knott who has been visiting Mrs Annie McClure on West Main street returned to her home in Louisville on Monday Mr David C Hardin and wife will celebrate their China Wedding on the 22d inst it being the 20th anni Â¬ Association will meet at Saturday Harvieland October Is pleased at the very low price Under the school law all 27th and the beautiful line of goods teachers must attend The followwe have this season ing is the programme IBB rTi K1I a m Opening exericcs 10 Arithmetic By Wall ice Guthrie and S A Hulette Discussion 5 minute speeches School Grading By Miss Myrtie All wool at 25 35 and 50 cents are selling very fast We can Reed and Miss Ida Semones give you anything you Discussion 5 minute speeches want in Trimming Hy Miss Edna Recitation Hayden Â¬ EVERYONE Dress Goods r0D NOON i Cloaks Capes Grammar 130 p m Garrett Reed and Bivean Lee By Discussion 5 minute speeches Written Work n School By Miss Rachel Cromie How to Teach Penmanship in the Country Schools Win Wiley Morals and Manners liy Miss Annie Yarbrough and Miss Lizzie Magruder In Cloth Electic Seai Astricarv and Coney Prices form 5 up Annie Yarbrough Lizzie Magruder S A Hulette Committee on Programme Times are hard and shoes are cheap at Garrett Reed President W Meagher Marshall For Rent rent Side 322 i Â¬ Pleasant rooms for Steele street South Mrs Walter R Franklin 5i tl Miles Kervo and Liver Pills Act on a new principle regulating the liver stomach ana bowels though the nerves A new discovery Dr Miles Pills speedily cure biliousness bad taste torpid liver piles constipa- Â¬ tion Splendid for men women and children Smallest mildest surest 50 doses for 25 cents Samples free at J W Gayle s Frankfort Ky 45 ly Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Our Great Seller If You want bargains in all lines of Underwear IosieryB ank- ets and Wool Goods call on us Â¬ Buekleirs Arnica Salve The best salve in the world for Outs Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fever Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns and all Skin Erup tions and positively cures Piles or It is guaranteed to no pay required give satisfaction or money refunded Price 25 cents per box For sale by Â¬ 650 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ by the Legislature of day next Mr Thos R Wiard who lias been tion passed visiting his mother in this city left 18S6 All fine shoes on C D or K Saturday for his home in Cincinnati width at Wanted Jalv Timelier Meagher Miss Marshall s Henrietta Blackburn of Wanted a lady to teach in a Spring Station came down Tuesday and spent the day with friends in the private family in a country home Heal Kstate Transfers Would prefer one who has lived city in the country holds a first class Mrs W M Beckner of Winchester Co Messrs L 13 Marshall visited her son Mr Lucian Beckner certificate has had experience in at the Capital Hotel the first of the teaching and not under twenty sold last week for Mr M J Foley years of age No letters answered the storeroom on Hroadway occuweek Messrs Lindsey and Mack Blayney For particulars see Mrs James pied by Mr S J Salyers to Mrs Grahams Mary A Fahy for returned Wednesday from a sojourn Goins at Labrot 2000 Distillery Woodford county of several months in northern Wis 6 im cousin Ciiiitar Instruction anil Piano Mr Landon T Chiles and wife of Tuning and umbrellas For trunks Mt Sterling attended the meeting of Henry Hrady teacher of J the Presbyterian Synod in this city valises cheap call on guitar will give lessons in Sax Mhaghkk Marshall this week the tons celebrated method 6tf Mr Thomas A Joyce wont to latest and most approved Pianos Louisville Monday to attend the First class Dont Tobacco Spit or Smoke tuned and repaired meeting of the International Typo Life Away references furnished For terms Your graphical Union c apply at 318 Clinton street book about The truthful startling title of Mrs Chas D Kearns and daughter 45 tf tb onlv luiniilits iUAHANTi ui cure if jou want to ijiilt and cant Mrs Worthington of Covington HraiM up iilcotiuiiril nerves uie Large line of ladies Rochester who came over Friday to attend the eliiiilimtci nicotine poisons nmkes weak uiuii 1oiltlve cure and Cincinnati fine shoes at Kiln btienutli ttelKlit iiinl vljor funeral of Lucretia Sleets an old or money reluiidei Meagher Hook at iliUKiditH or mailed tree Adiliesi Marshalls family servant returned homo Mon Kemeily Co Chicago 45 Randolph Â¬ Â¬ 11 c Phil Carpenter s ly WW Sapt 29 tf Li A Down Ma ill a1 iljili M I Many Persons are broken down from overwork or boubeliold runs Iron Bitters Rebuilds the cyetfin aids digestion removes excess of bile and cures mulurlu let Ike genuiue Browns N TIME TABLE M P M SOUTH Lv Lexlimton ought to be fat Give the Babies a chance Give Thin them Babies Ynniitllton Midway NonlsoJJ No 21 15 8lr U Noj 610 0 Sprint Station Frankfort IlMKdiul KinlneiiCH J2j 212 227 235 MH 636 667 720 751 H IleaMirevllle 1II6K4 1041641 1115 1021617 3H3 349 448 41fi 0W Anchoring Ar Louisville ItwramH Jewe Val ey 7i7 U86i7Sl 3l7 81 42 86 020 M 83H 9KB ll4i7in 12llJ 812 A 31 1H I Jtf Scotts Emulsion the Cream of Cod liver Oil with hypophosphites and watch them grow Fat Chubby Healthy Bright Physicians the world over endorse it Dont be deceived Prtoartd by Â¬ Â¬ NORTH No Lv Louisville AtichoraKH H Ml 7111 4HK KM No S SM NoTio No2J 620 705 7CH Tiifi H2I hWI 1121 ivwee Valley iuurancti Kinliimco ll 4ui 6r4 H2fi U2ll 11 0 Sjllii Frankfort SitrliiK Station Midway Ar Lpxlmtoii IlaKdail Ileasiirevlllo J4J 10l lll4r liJBr 1111 JCI fi42i 7SI H0l 4l 4fi Gl 6 l 42M 4G0 4K 6IH 6M h5r Vy 50if 536 621 040 KJ Yarnallton ll3l Uii Â¬ day S The Mterlliu Substitutes All Druggist New York 11 Sjuuce St Oct U ly by Scott A Bownt N Y No 2t will htop at Viichoruu and ChristiaiiHljiir for for nihrUMigmri Lexington and points buyout Noh 17 It and 21 connuct at Larane for Cincinnati No VI and 21 connect at AnohorHfiftt for RloointieUi Urftnoh mmpffmHm 90 6 II TmmNmmtMmmmiiimiwsMmimmmwimmammmmmmmmmamammmmmmmmBmmmmmmammmmmammmmmmmKmmmmmmmmmmammmKmmmmmammmamwmimmmmmmmm 3 AMU fife1 jjp t I H aiyj i2 vcutfwwmaftTmiwtfiniiwlw1 SB umiiwiiti in Jr vA J I V 1 - vV s iiwwini iimiiiiiiih iiiimi LOOKING FOR JEWEIfiY fli 7V gncMmmmMHHaHMiMi in u ncrjp A X 1 l May bo you arc too Come Spy g 1 u H JEWELER i C-- 5 v and see ours It is full of glorious goodness at prices v g---g I Slivered in slim slices Your wife admired those Diamond Kar rings the other da How do we know We saw her eyes upon them through our window Dont let her hopes be dashed to earth The holidays are coming Kerns You know what we mean We will lay them aside for you All time is important but none more so than ours from the cunning baby watch to the stately grandfathers clock Â¬ HEAR PUKSHYTKIMAX IIODIHS Meeting llimvir Presbytery ami yvnofl f Kon- 1 - THEM - TICK - TIME - TRUTHFULLY tlUIfV Presbyterian Church Monday evening when the introductory sermon was preached by the retiring Moderator Rev Dr Archibald of Covington after which the body was organÂ¬ The Presbytery met at the First of Fbinezer purposes At a cost of three or four times what the exnensis rf thi The Hoard of Education has de tneeting has been such a build termined to re open the West Endjing could be erected The senti met of the people favor it and School on Mondav and have elected Mrs Annie K Payne as now ts the proper time to begin Let us have a Tabernacle and let teacher of the same For many us take the necessary steps now years Mrs Payne was one of the at this most opportune time best teachers in the Public School and upon all and for all may we and in her charge the branch ask Gods blessings to continue to U VWilliams be with us school will prosper Grand Chief Usher In Splendid Hands Best Indigo Blue Calico Best Colored Calico cwir4r J 3Errer 4 5 i cents 41 10 5 5 75 Ky Oct 10 1894 Fall todoThclrDutv 12 At a meeting of the officers of This is lowest price ever made on these Newpoit as Temporary Clerk the Mills meeting for final settle- Â¬ Everybody has at times failedto do their A large stock or Cry Goods ment of expenses incurred in the dreds duty towards themeslves Hun- goods Tuesday was occupied with the of lady readers suffer from sick ever known transaction of routine business preparation for and carrying on the headache nervousness sleeplessness and female troubles Let them follow same it was unanimously which was completed by 5 oclock 1st Resolved That we most the example of Mrs H Herbrechter in the afternoon when the Pres- heartily congratulate the people Stevens Point Wis who for five years suffered greatly from nervous bytery adjourned to meet at Lud- of the city and county on the prostration and sleeplessness tried 3 in Oct great unanimity of sentiment and physicians and different medicines low next year without success But one bottles of Tuesday evening at 730 the hearty co operation and liberal re- Dr Miles Nervine caused sound sleep sponse to all calls for aid both in every night is feeling like opening session of the synod of Ken sympathy and money for the gen- Â¬ new person and slioElizabeth Wheel-a Â¬ Mrs tucky was heid at the same place eral expenses attending the same er Laramie Oity Wyoming who v tried all other remedies declares that when Rev W O GoodloeD D Ample means were subscribed and after three weeks use of the Nervine DEALERS IN of Harrodsburg the retiring Mod- paid into the fiiiance committee to for headache nervous prostration was c meet all expenses and not one by she Gayleentirely relieved Sold erator preached the introductory J W Trial bottles free cent of indebtedness remains unsermon Rev Chas P Luce Ph provided for Misses spring heel shoes from was elected D of Owensboro 2nd That the thanks of the en- Â¬ the lightest weights to the heaviest Moderator and Mr L T Chiles tire community are due and on grades at the part of this meeting tenof Mi Sterling Clerk Meagher Marshalls dered to our beloved former 6 tf The session of Wednesday A COMPLETE LINE OF townsman Mr I P Bryan now morning was occupied with routine ol St Louis for the very great as IO UliSYl LIVE TOIJ ACCO MA1J buiiiss and in the afternoon sistance he rendered in having the KKT HORSE GOODS Synodical communion was cele- lare shipped through tent brated In the evening Rev Dr from St Louis and returned f ALWAYS OX H ND Gillespie of New York delivered of charge and assure him the peo Sale8 on olu niarket fm th k pie of Frankfort most gratefully iiist closed amount tn 7 nhifis with an able address on the subject of appreciate his great kindness receipts for the same period of 570 -hhds Sales on our marlcot since Jan missions 3rd That the officers and friends uary 1st niir IIM111 amount to 133854 hhds Siles Thursday was taken up with the of the meetings most gratefully of the crop oi 1S3 011 our market to discussion of Synodical matters and acknowledge their thanks to Mrs thisdate amount to 133077 hluls T T A y 7T Tp ril O Our market this week linn shown ni I L P Tarlton for the grounds tenUtf JL I V H l V JL V 1 iRvrI 9 in the evening Rev Drs McAfee r VV I J little more activity for the medium UXJLV N wf dered and used none other in the jrades of burloy otherwise the situa and Cattell of New York adcity weie so admirably situated tion remains unctmnn ecl TIip sils dressed a popular meeting upon and in tendering the use of the of the week embraced four hogsheads on t 11 ii 11 g the subjects of Home Missions same she has recieved the grate- ow s50 BatzeE tul blessings of thousands during 4 and Ministerial Relief The reports which reach us in the meetings and lasting and most dh ato that the yield of the burley The Synod adjourned Thursday uiufj in lining Hcuiiuiia viii uu uinisii ON MAIN ST RET TO evening to tmet next year at Mt hearty commendation of all benefit ally large ed by her most accej table offer The following quotations fairly rep- Sterling our That to the resent 1893 market for btirlev to 4th Resolved bacco Kentucky Chair Company and ev Trash dark cropdamaged llase Utill To day lor pecially to Mr G 1 IMackleyare tobacco 52 iiOfii1 3 50 Basement nf the Capital Hntel 4 00iT 5 00 we indebted for the use of chairs Common Colory trash A game of base ball will be Medium to good colory played this afternoon at 230 a large factor of success in the trash f Qf 6 00 iJSjThey will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a meeting and without which such Common colory 4 oOfift 5 50 short time oclock at Thorn Hill Park be comfort could not have been ob Common lugs not lugs S 50 5 o0 Colory tween the Peaks Mill and Harvie tained for by the use of their two Medium to good colory S 50f 10 00 lugs land clubs to decide a tie of 7 to thousand five hundred chairs at Common to medium leaf 9 00 12 00 12 50M 10 00 more people Medium to good leaf 7 played on the Harvieland grounds least one fourth Ill 00u IS 00 could be comfortably seated than Good to Hue leaf last Saturday Both clubs have 18 00fa 25 00 Select or wrappery by any other means at the combeen playing good ball all summer mand of the committees and cer- Â¬ Kloetrie Milters FOR and a lively gime may be ex tainly at an infinitely less cost This remedy is becoming so well pected Go out and see the fun The only expense incurred was the known as need handling of the chairs and replac- spocial and so popular whotohave no mention All used Tliut Joyful Vol n A full ing broken and lost ones all at Lleotric Bitters sing tno samo song of First term of ensuing year will begin September 12 1S94 course of study in less than one tenth that of any praise A purer medicine does not With the exhilarating sense of other means at the command of exist and it is guaranteed to do all ENGLISH LATIN GREEK tKENCH GERMAN SPANISH LITERATURE renewed health and strength and the committee and infinitely more that is claimed Ulectric Hitters will COMPOSITION ELOCUTION CONVERSATION DELSARTE MUSIC euro all diseases of the Liver and OF ELEMENTS ETHICS ILOSOPUV ART MENTAL internal cleanliness which follows pleasant Kidneys will remove Pimples Hoils CRITICISM POLITICAL ECONOMY HISTORY NATU Main New Salt Hhoum and other affections 5th That Biglow RAL SCIENCES MATHEMATICS the use of Syrup of Figs is un blood Will drive York publishers of Gospel Hymns caused by impuresystem and prevent PRIMARY HRANCHES AHLE EFFICIENT FACULTY known to the few who have not Malaria from the are hereby tendered the thanks of as well as euro all Malarial fevers For A good home most pleas Â¬ progressed beyond the old time the citizens and A first class college in every feature friends of the cure of Headache Constipation and Kn antly located in which most careful attention will be given to the cul- Â¬ medicines and the cheap substi- meeting for the free use of their Indigestion try KlectriclMtters tiro satisfaction guaranteed or money ture health and comfort of pupils tutes sometimes offered but never hymn books refunded Price 50c and 1 per bottle Koys Admitted to the Academic Department 6th And lastly most urgently at South Side drug store accepled by the well informed 5 P II OAUIKSTKU do we recommend that a perma Full Pri Â¬ Prepare for admission to best Colleges and Universities Come and look through our nent tabernacle be erected at or For school books and school mary course also For terms and further information apply to entire line cost nothing see lots near same place with a seating supplies call at 3D- - 3D- T ZK- MiAttiiKK capacity of three or four thousand Marshall Mkaciikk Marshalls for use of this and other proper 6tf 207 Second Street Fronting Hridge ized by the election of Rev V C Condit of Ashland as Moderator and Mr Whitehead of Resolutions of Thanks R KMcCluku Secretary Frankfort Good Canton Flannel Good Bed Ticking Heavy Yard Wide Brown Cotton Yard Wide Bleached Cotton good Good Comfort 2 1 Yards Wide Sheeting the Â¬ than cheaper Â¬ Â¬ Jl G O m SON Â¬ Black Hiir--- Â¬ Â¬ FINE Â¬ IB and DALES Â¬ TROTHNGandRUNNING Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 IS TT STSSET 23 y f Ul Ir3 JPATCS OETS l-J ave Removed From the Building 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Â¬ FRANKFORT - COLLEGE Â¬ Â¬ j YOUNG XvJLDIES Â¬ Â¬ l Â¬ Â¬ Bauiaes npresld ent Mfvt rjjfr i- Iflflnri - v p tf tf v vVra mfiiur imn w to i p4v m j3tW a lfivW jnits 8 - H wpvwMJJUJjfitwuujJVTyjixrvnnniy7Mi BTqyrrcmaivamwmiww ii w jitiitMrsrtTwmwaAMrqg3reauiirAivjiuiA iiattiiuuJuiiuuiwjjpAYWvwvtwJLwrinwKVriiMiiijiaiiViiai OWNIES -- BROWNIES liter BROWNIES feu VrtdP Stick Pins Hat Pins Aaad 2vsiri3r Otlxer IfcTe SKNMLAti mL poons tpjrifT cv- - FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Entered nt the pnst oltlce at Frankfort Kentucky as second class mailable matter v I 17 t The following members were present at the meeting of the Coun For- Â¬ cil Tuesday afternoon viz GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub tune Heffner Haly Miles MarFRANKFORT OCTOBER 11 18SM shall Utterback and Williams The minutes of the last meeting AYisirs Lrcic were read and after being correct- Ills Gront 1Mllv iiettu AVoned were approved The Council at Lexington Him lexmineed that portion where a in TiieMlny resolution had been adopted acthe proposition of the The great 530000 trotting race cepting Home Construction Company at Lexington on Tuesday was won On motion of Councilman Wil- Â¬ by the game daughter of Onward liams the assessment of the above Buzzetta owned by Mr Ed W K Aversof this coumy over a field of 1mHll W1 Slrtu u figures as fixed by the company nine startersamong them the great Tins will yield Nellie A who had won every race ltsdf- - 126175 taxes tor tie live years 01 over jn which she had staited up to poooo 1 ne uy mtorney was ai that time Bjzetta was a hot faproceed at once to the vorite before the race selling rected to collection of the taxes in the pools at 120 to S 20 for The City Attorney was directed Nellie A and other good ones and necessary steps in rewhen the race came off was never to take the pushed to the top of her lation to a valuation of the propShe won in three straight cr jn order that the street ma speed be widened at the South end of heats her time being 216 She made a the bridge 2 16 y and 214 The City Attorney was directed record at Indianapolis several in relation to weeks ago of 2124 and it was to appeal the case L Scott to thought she would have to do even taxes due from J no the city better than that if she won at LexOn motion of Councilman Mar ington shall the Clerk was directed to The news was received here with make a demand on the Street Railgreat satisfaction by Mr Ay res way Company for the three per many friends and all were delight- Â¬ cent due the city on all its gross ed to hear of his good fortune earnings The purse of 30000 was dividThe Mayor was directed to aded between the first three horses vertise for bids for making the in such a way that Mr Ay res refill or embankment on Second ceived 22930 which is a pretty street near the City School good haul for one day An ordinance was abopted de Franklin county dont go to the claring the iron railing on St Clair front often but when she does get St near the side entrance to Holmes there she makes a killing Biirds drug store a nuisance c and ordeiing it removed by the Relics of the Past owner of the propertv During his stay in this city Rev ThJ ordinance declaring Fay Mills visited the site of the vcts from other counties vagrants Old Mills Homestead on North St was passed thc second time and is Clair street where his grandfather now tjle jRWi Chief Justice Ben Mills lived and The ordinance is intended to Thornton prevent ex convicts from making his father the Rev Mrs L Mills and his mother-in-lanprn1anent home t Hill nee Mills were raised and Dr Alvin Duvall sent in his when he left took away with him resignation as City Health Offi- several articles 01 oiu lumuire cer 0f CUv physican and it was which weie his grandmothers pre- - acccpted IIis succesSor will be sented him by Mrs Martinet Mo jappointed at the next meeting of Kee who purchased them with the Council the old home from his uncle the LIU or Death late Dr J M Mills Â¬ OOPPEBSMITHS FROST T3ae ZbTo veltles at THE WIDE AWAKE wect Iljlng s as Seen as Maaufactured JEWELER Council Iidcocdiiigs Â¬ td 2fJ0 Â¬ lKl Â¬ Be that being entirely oiiginah as it may the dialogue 13 bright and crisp with the exaggerating types of humanity that are por The trayed in most farcial plays play is Knglish you know and Should remind you that this is the time for ran for several months at Terrys Theatre London and afterwards WEVTHER STRIPS and DOOR MATS last spring played with remarkCOAL HODS POKERS FIRE SETS able success in Chicago and New York under the title of Charlies A large a companion piece to Which I am offering at lower prices ihan ever befcre Uncle stock of In the fiist Charlies Aunt act the fun is fast and furious as it were in the second if possible faster and funotiser and the third act closes the play in an uproar of As an evenings enter miith All marked down to cash basis Chicago says the tainment it must be voted a sucRecord cess because more than two thou sand laughed themselves to the very versje of hvsterics over it HARDWARE MERCHANT last night and the show may be 4a hit a palatable hit credited as Well known members of the company are Lena tlerville Augusta Extend a eordIil Imitation to all Franklin county people to visit their famous new Nelson Minnie Thurgate Frank Currier Russell Bassett J L - SOTXTIDIO Ottomeyer Augusta Cook and Whether they wish photo or not as It Is the llnest ground floor g tilery In the South or West others 732 4th Avenue between Chestnut and Broadway LOUISVILLE KY Â¬ Â¬ Hardware Cutlery Etc Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ M P GRAY 11 Â¬ PHOTOOEPH Oct 13 rather trust that medicine than any doctor I know of says Mrs Hattie Mason of Chilton Carter Co Mo in speaking of Chambe- Â¬ rlains Colic Cholera and Diarehoea Remedy For sale by Phil Carpe- Â¬ nter South Side Druggist I would 2t KENTUCKY TOBACCO Â¬ BLUE GRASS NU BSEBIES Â¬ Orchard A 4 MB UK Crockers Honest Fertilizers I will sell to any reliable man in ton lots for 45 per ton on eight months time with note without Interest If you dont want a ton call and get a sample order Garden Fruits Grape usually futmd us on prices direct to tl e Ky AND ORNA Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FULL STOCK OF FRUIT mental Trees Shrubs Small Vines Asparagus ami everything Try at Mich an establishment We do not sell through agents but planter Catalogue on application Oct 6 3111 HILLENMEYER Lexington DR W I KELLEY G L HHNNEN GO TO- - OF CINCINNATI O will be at the FHOEUIX HOTEL IX LEXINGTON KY ex-con-- B Satnrday October 13 1894 Saturday October 27 1894 Saturday November 10 1894 JOHN DRISCOLL THE- p Saturday November 24 1894 Saturday December 8 1894 HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without suraico operation and with little or no pain j KEEEBENCES w - jus Bardie FranklortKy Frankfort Ky Anthon Leach Frankfort Ky J T Staten Frunkfoit Ky V Berberleh Frankfort K Kev L V Hulett Benson Ky Ky A H McClure Frankfoit N J Hughes Frunklort Ky Moore Benson Ky David W McKee J A Scott fc L IQUOfi Four-year-ol- d MMCHMT Opposite Capitol Square wt irith vtiwt Cincinnati aiidwhere he may be iound every day of each week except SATUB CONSULTATION M Withrow Frankfort Ky DR KELLEYS office and residence is For absolutely pure Whiskies Wines Bran- Â¬ dies c for medicinal and family use Anderson Co Whisky 2 per gallon Older goods at the at 269 same low rate I ram unlets iiesciuin men uucmh day alul the mode ot treatment bent tree to any one W byaddressInK J KhLIAY MD FREE 235 Broadway Mh 2 6m Muhonie Grand JJodies The State grand bodies of the different orders of Masonry will assemble at the Masonic Temple in Louisville next week as follow Grand Council of Royal and Select Masters on Monday evening a 7 oclock The Grand Lodge on Tuesday morning at 10 oclock The Grand Chapter Tuesday evening at 7 oclock Â¬ It Is of Wtul importance that It should he uti derstood b persons whose kidneys aie Inactive that this condition or things Is Dually inducthe of a state of the organs where life hums Inn balance Brlghts diseases diabetes albuminu rla are all diseases ol a very obstinate character in their matuie staKe ami all have a fatal ten dency They often bailie the most practiced medical skill and the most approved remedies of materia medlca But opposed at outset that Is to say when the kidneys begin to discharge their functions Inactive -- with Hostetters Stomach Bitters the danuerous tendency Is checked Very useful also Is this household medicine for those aliments of the common otcurance con stipation biliousness dspepsln and nervous ness It Is a safeguard against miliaria and averts chronic rheumatism Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 0 E Collins retiring and M A Collins All persons haying controlling the business them claims against the linn will pleaie presentto the who are Indebted lor painent and all linn will please call and settle Immediately ns we must close all accounts to date C E fc M A COLLINS I cordially Invite all to call on me for bargains lass Ac In Hardware Wall paper Harness M A COLLINS Sept 14 01 1 m do so J W Dissolution Notice milK FIRM OF E i COLLINS HAVE ILS L sohed partnership having mutually agreed to C M YOU WILL REALIZE THAT THEY LIVE WELL WHO LIVE CLEANLY IF YOU USE Decl6 lv SAPOLIO McKEE HARDIE DRUGGIST And cordially ask our friends to give us a call MAIKllir WILKV MAltblIAI1 Our Uiieh Jullev Marksbury Marshall W ATTORNEYS AT LAW which Our Uncle Dudley the COLLECTIONS at will hold the boards SPECIALTY A Monday night Opera House Office up stairs opposite Court House The news reached this city on Aug 25 lm October 15th is said to be one Monday that Mr Hal Corbett of the brightest and most mirthformerly of this place had been provoking of the many farcial nominated by the Democratic comedies that have been seen in It sparkles with party of Montana as a candidate recent years wholesome wit and is en for Congressman from that State clean OCClllED MY A W free from the vulgar sug milK ARM LATELY mile east ol Irankfoit out hall 1 Cromwell turnpike The Inrin contains w It is said his chances of election tirely gestiveness and idiotic buffoonery on Veihiillles well set In grass and suited fur and Is are promising that mar so many plays of the acres purposes IosM bInn glen on November litiiv apl to higher order lkst of all it is 1st 1RU For lerins WM CROMWELL Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder of said to enjoy the reputation Aug 11 if Worlds Fair Highest Award Hal Corbet t for Coiijcrc vs I FOR RENT I HALLS OLD STAND FRANKFORT KY We keep a full line of DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES W McKEE HARDIE Ian Â¬ C L UAYL1 Ml m ISi f i rrlrlimrlt-Jffri tfltuflMiiiiftir mmmmWW VTT- llH III I I I MlrtBMarito rWrWiirtMW tijfiAfjaimiauli-t--MtllfMYI slf i - V4nfeM Itti 5 r Tl vu tiJ rn 123 FALL STOCK I will for the next 30 days offer everything1 in my rn CHINA DEPARTMENT FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT meet FRANKFORT OCTOBER 13 JOHN T BTJCKZLErZ with 1894 At greatly reduced prices A brand new lot of Lamps that will be just the thing this fall at half their value Summer goods in my House Furnishing Department at greatly reduced prices Give me a call To tlie Citizens of Frankfort At the meeting of Chief Ushers of the Mills Meetingheld Monday morning it was thought advisable to inform the public as best they can the extent of the free will ofÂ¬ ferings made to Mr Mills and Mr Gillam The Ushers have no means of knowing the amount contributed as the Evangelists postively forbade the opening or counting of the money But we know the number of envelopes contributed and we are satisfied that Mr Mills was personally and satisfactorily by our people remembered But Mr Gillam was not so liberally remembered We do not think he received at the most more than one half the amount Mr Mills received and we feel satisfied that many of our people desire to still further remember Mr Gillam and all who so desire are requested to put such additional offering in an envelope and leave it at the the store of Mr J L Rodman or Mr R K McClure Let us compensate our friends in such manner as to show our heartfelt gratitude lor the great good accomplished by these meet Â¬ Â¬ SonipOtlifM Frank fort a landslide and he be elected the district will be aby The following dispatch is going represented from a Republican standpoint In any event we shall the rounds of the daily papers have nothing to be ashamed of Frankfort Kv Oct 9 Mis Beatrice Van Dresdon 17 of this Stock hogs are in demand at Many persons sold place made a balloon ascension in high prices their fat hogs at 5 cents and now New York State Saturday and find it difficult to buy stock hogs falling 1500 feet was dashed to or feeders sufficient for their own death This washer 20th ascension and she had never had an accident meat Bulldofus disclosing too much UPHOL Â¬ Our before No such person is known here STERED FURNITURE A Physician Seldom recommends a proprietary and some dtciple of Ananias or offer as A great many use our Joe Mulhatton must have sent the medicine We will Household Remedies both in their families and in their practice Dr dispatch if really sent out from N L Reynolds of Eureka 111 writes this city Vv e have some young us that he has had occasion to use Dr Hales Household Ointment in women here who would send a several cases of burns and thinks it fellow up in a balloon but none Every piece of Upholstered Furniture in our stock consisting of Parlor He writes he has has few equals c Come while Suits Rockers Easy Chairs Sofas also used the Dr Hales Household of them would care to take the Tea in his own femily and rinds it is assortment is unbroken the so good that he cannot afford to do ascent themselves Â¬ without it It is the great blood puEvery mother should Positively croup can be prevented know that rifier and nerve tonic The first bilious- Â¬ cures dyspepsia constipation 25 and 59 cents per pack symptom of true croup is hoarseness etc age at P H Carpenters drug store ness This is followed by a peculiar rough cough If Chamberlains d Cough remedy is given freely as soon as the child becomes hoarse or even it will you weak after the cough has developed 50 cent the attack 25 and worn out take Ereventfor sale by Phil Carpenter and South Side Druggist BROWNS IRON BITTERS YOU WANT- to ckest insroisr THIS OFFER until further notice greatlv inventory REDUGBD PRIGE R ROGERS jjj Â¬ Â¬ SON If all feel I rfj Advertise no baits they are misleading We believe in plain business methods to give each and every patron equal value America Leads the World IK vipje Aa - H gJ rn - You think that is the proper way for an honest reliable mer- nn rhnnt What lntmr aHvatitnoe rnn n dpaler utrain who Imhit- ijkw pin ually deceives WE DONT I I a j nt MM - ings U J I V Williams Grand Chief Usher nn t u that we handle the finest grades of good reliable Men j Women and Childrens Shoes and we always aim to be the 53 nn lowest in prices en BELIEVE IN Hats Caps School I5ooks en ua u Rodman ca rin UJ R K McClurk Chief Ushers Jukcrs Weather fine We are again suffering for stock water Mr R J Fogg and family of Georgetown visited friends here last Sunday A few crops of tobacco were Stripping has slightly frosted commenced though there is still a small quantity not housed One of our farmers sold a load of corn at 275 per barrel in the Should this price prevail field there is money in sight Some of our fellow citizens of the Republican persuasion went to Versailles on Saturday of last week to hear Judge Denny and were much pleased with his effort The Mills Meeting has excited much interest in the country as Everyone is well as in the city ready to declare it a grand success and all good people will be glad of its results Unlike our Repuqlican friends we think there is but little likelihood of Judge Dennys election but he will poll the largest vote ever polled by a Republican in the Â¬ Ka f Strength A T 9 Hh iP H ymfv Â¬ Â¬ lt f Wmtir jffniMltk c Fin T Ln U rn rn iZJ rn too frequently resorted to by some but we maintain our Jjj old honest methods that have stood the test of 30 years with nn ua CJ i nn fiiin nri hfTH still ra Are rn DECEPTIONS McCLURE en n K C3C1 nn rn R rn rn SON tin rsn ra nn eta The Crowning Glory of the Age Mans enterprise culminated at the Worlds Columbian Exposition The memory of it will be a marvel for all time The fame there acquired will live for years The manufact urers of The Old Reliable Shoe Dealers rnrnrnrnr iRnrncacarnRnrnrjn racnrnrnrnrnrnr5nrnrnt3nBnBH w 109 WHAT DOES IT MEAN It niMtii that theQucn tnl Creifcnt Rout Is IT tnlln ihorlti bftHrvn Cniiliiiuti unl Iiilmlon Muiilf ahorUtt Cincinntl to Illr- mlnphatn cnuild slmrtrst Clnolinutl i NVw Orlen im wllchoruk imiuiitl to LliatUuoudu Atluut j or JiivknuuvllU Florida m Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder appreciate the award to them of highest honors at the Exposition The significance of the compliment the splendid character of the indorsement cannot be underrated It stamps Dr Prices as without a peer among the baking pow ders The jury of awards an exceptionally intelligent body was headed by the Chief Chemist of the United States Depart ment of Agriculture They found Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder strongest in leavening power perfect in purity and of uniform excellence I I I SOLD VESTIBULED TRAINS ttwccn all of the nl linu 1urt IhI1U X I ia Shrovtimrt Shflhyvlllo ami Direct lino to lxaiunil Mititu U Stw Orleans or Ak nninta nlnmt tmirs In California Kruui Ijuiiitillr IiriiiiMiri illritt uuucttiou ia uiaJo at MxmiUia vitlt ttituUltralui to all loiuti houtH W C Through Oars to Vlckkur anil MirtT nlmvo volnts tiiriuliiK tliruticli tira Iiiieinnatl tn Kuuxville jjJ Jciil 1Jiir IllNKAKSOy Agtut Ciuiiunatl O district George Denny is a man of ability and should we Democrats ji QUEEN AND CRESCENT RQUTE v Foremost Baking Powder in all the World A itIs K VWItv 1 jrt4mQfaln iPf w1 A W iprjJitmiitfXmt ttilitfifiii0iiiuiK rhZikMmiliiiiittl i4VSiiiMiiihiiWk nMMft A Wfmr-f- - f mtmmmmmvummimrm t pmi vtf f fr t sacred song and of preaching and prayer such as few people have ever Baptist Church Rev W 0 Tay- Â¬ known First we had the Methodist lor the pastor will occupy his pulpit Conference with its noble army of to morrow morning at 11 and 780 consecrated enthusiastic armor bear p m ers of the Lord inarching in his ser Sunday school in the Chapel at 050 vice as only soldiers of the Most High a m can inarch shoulder to shoulder and heart by hcurt any where every Christian Church -- Rev Georce where under His banner of love Darsie preaches to morrow at 11 and And royally did its white folds float 7U0 over our city shedding the incense of The Young Peoples Society of beautiful prayers upon all our hearts Christian Endeavor meets in the and homes The ministers preached How and prayed in all our churches and lecture room at 150 Subject this festival of the precious things of Christ Helps us in our Daily Tasks the Holy Spirit in our midst was n Sunday school meets at M0 Those who have been baptized preparation for this last great revival during the past week are requested service of which every one has read to be present at the morning service and heard and many thousands in and out of the city enjoyed the Mills to be received into the church meetings It has been compared to Oathomc OmiHcn Rev Father the Day of Penticost in the New V E Gorey the pastor will conduct Testament where the Lord added services at Church of the Good to the church daily such as should bo the saved and women as well us men Shepherd to morrow Low mass at 730 a m High mass were ushers and choir siigers and in beautiful unity assisted in the 10 a m Vespers at 3 p mgreat revival Episcopal Church The usual Sonic one has said that St John services at 11 and 730 to morrow will the beloved disciple of Jesus wrote Gods love letter to be conducted by Rev R L Mc in his gospel So we think B Fay the world Cready the rector Â¬ - RELIGIOUS I 1 fiypPfflGl S t L II MARSHALL W A GAINES HIk L B MARSHALL Real- - CO Estate and Insurance Ags OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET wvm r jwvvi o Ji m eMis v - ik iam Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a share of the insurance patronage Real estate bought sold or leased A good line of both city and country property for sale at all times own loth the method ami results when jyrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant tnd n freshing to the taste and acts rently yet promptly on the Kidneys Uvpv find Bowels cleanses the sys em ellbetimlly dispels colds hetul iclios and fevers and cures habitual ENJOYS FARM FOR SALE TE OFFER KOH SALE A KINK KAMI OF 110 iiiTos situated on the iergetown turn pike 8 miles Iroin Frankfort This l very pro Â¬ ductive hi ml Is well Improved abundantly sun piled with uiiter mid Is especially ndupted to stock raising Jhe neighborhood Is excellent FOR SALE GARDEN FARM OF SEVEN lllilV Irillllfl i II muni nun en inner iiecesiry locit d on good turnpike road I rjiliulnrt l ifTu tttili nine desirable property 4 ACRES WITH rnltflfru nf fitii f i iirui improvements two miles from i v Missionary Society to the hospitality As you of our city and our homes know we do not meet to celebrate or to congratulate but to commune together of this noble missionary service we have assumed for the cause of Christ While the good ac comnlished by our efforts has not been so great as we had hoped it would be by this time yet if we are conscious that we haye done what we could we may leave the result with the genprous Master of the harvest We know he will give credit to the reapers according to their merits and their prayerful desire to help him whether the sheavts be many or few Ho knows the limitations of our boundaries and He knows his While woman received gleuners message of the risen Saviour the first in the presence of the angels at his empty sepulchre and sho was the first to proclaim His resurrection yet to man was given the command Go ye unto all the world and preach the gospel and we are not disposed to invade his dominion as competitors in sowing and planting the good seed but women are also invited as their helpers They can gather up where their full hands let fall and bind them Â¬ Â¬ that she Endeavor movement happily termed The missionary enterprise of the young people know Ladies and Sisters Suppose women were silent now in of the churches We are very glad to give you greetold church and wel- the churches Suppose now they did ing in this famous Mrs J F Lewis paper on come all of you in the name of our not teach and sing and pray in the KenÂ¬ Â¬ must be the John of the 20th century reciting all the Saviours The regular service in the morning love letters to the world now at 11 oclock and a praise service in He looks like he too might have the evening at 730 conducted hy Dr leaned upon the Saviours breast and Blayney the pastor received there the promised Holy Ghost And as he freely received so Methodist Church Rev F S he has turned to the world to bestow Pollett the pastor will occupy his upon it this heavenly influence pulpit to morrow morning at 11 Coining as he does from a line of oclock and in the evening at 730 saintly people of distinguished con- Â¬ Sunday school meets at 030 a m secrated talent it is not strange that Epworth League convenes at 7 p through his tender radiant smile his m in the class room rare language divine in its simplicity and majestic in its truth and his Southern Presbyterian Church eloquent and impressive Rev D Clay Lilly the pastor will his gifted exposition of gestures in the Scriptures occupy his pulpit to morrow morning the power of the Gospel should have at 11 oclock and at 730 p m been felt with overwhelming force Sunday Kchool at 930 When he went away he commended to us his friend Rev Ralph Gillam to A protracted meeting has been in finish the harvest he began progress at Providence Baptist Mr Mills like an elTultient sun en- Church in this county for the past Inched and mellowed the heart soil two weeks which has resulted in con younjj j several additions to the church The hiiu mis jjiiieumu seuu imotiiy miiicu iu suw wilii cue sweet pastor Rev A S Alderman has Mr Hillis to lead the line been assisted by Rev V H Felix of singer And choir already we see the tenLexington der green of another white harvest in all the church fields So now with Missionary McetiIli more than usual interest will the So- news of our foreign and home mis The Wonans Missionary cieties of the Synod of Kentucky sionaries be listened to and your suggestions and reports will be re- Â¬ met in the Lecture room of the ceived with earnest attention We Church on are deeply interested in our mission- Â¬ First Presbyterian morning at 10 oclock- - ary Miss Mary A Posey a young WednesJav and were received by the ladies Kentucky girl who litis been stationed for some time at Shanghai China ot the locnl Home and roreiqn We learned from Mrs Conduit who Missionary Society and Mrs Jen saw her in China that se is an eHi nie C Morton Vice President of cient teacher as well as deeply con- delivered the seerated Christian and is succeeding that organization measurably well in her work among following genial and beautiful the heathens What her fate is now words of welcome with the war in China we do not First Presbyterian Mills Church l Syrup of Figs i3 the ohstipation nily remedy of its kind ever pro need pleasing to the tuste and ac cpttiMe to the stomach prompt in Is action and truly beneficial in its jllecfs prepared oiilv from the most nerd thy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known Hyrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and SI bottles by all leading druggists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any one who Do not accept any wishes to try it substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO 1 Â¬ Â¬ chtirchiw and schools convenient and all sur Â¬ roundings attractive tii lllll i in VLT 260 ACRE FARM V 130 ACKTN0lm miles from Frankfort lOOn LAND WITH lliililuVeineiitH St Is offered nt ubnigaln FINE UND WITH JOOn IMPROVE- situated near Forks of Elkhoru Is offered tor sale This farm is well adapted to 1 S OFFERED IN A NEW TWO STORY FRAME stock raising or will imIm line tobacco as well as L residence of seven rooms ami two acres of all othercrops suited lor this climate Will sell land at Thorn III II This property I nicely lo-Â¬ on easy pajmonts cated frontlim on the Owenton turnpike and will be sold on weekly pa men s to the right party If not sold Immediately will rent tit 11 J ments A GREAT BARGAIN iowllKure inRAME COTTAGE OK FOUR JJ Thorn Ulll This property will and on very easy pameiits only payment being required with the weekly a small cash balance paid ROOMS AT lie sold cheap FOR RENT TWO STORY FRAME RESIDENCE OF seven rooms with Urije grounds on Murray street South Side rL 4 SAN FRANCISCO LOUISVILLE Y CAL NEW YORK NY with Gods help the universe for Christ Again we say all hail and welcome to our sisters in the missionary cause TAYLOR AVENUE AND THE offered for Mile on eusy terms Tliehe lots are on n uood twenty foot street ami uiljoln Judf5e Dinnes propel ty B ETWEES river lire 3 JLiOTSJ quick FORJALE rnWO FRME COTTAtSES OF FOUR ROOMS J each on Taylor avenue This Is good property and will be sold on easy payments to th right party If you are Interested come i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Mrs Sue Scott of Lexington the Chairman of the Synodical Lo- Â¬ 210 ACRES responded in a very Society on n A FINE FARM OFfrom FrankfortFINELY good cated 8 miles which there Is n brick graceful manner to Mrs Mortons turnpike 5road upontenement of four rooms resi and dence of rooms a This html Is address and presided excellently nllother necessary improvements Improvements a high state of cultivation the In line her knowledge of parliamentary are Insale willcondition and In order to make a pilck be offered at a bargain rules being such as to organize the society without loss of time or a single mistake The following officers were ROOMS FRAMKRESl TWO STORYstreet with lot HENCE OF 6 I his 5d by I0G feet Lewis elected for the ensuing year very valuable property Is Lewis Louisville Mrs J 1 President Mrs John H Hays Maysville Vice President Miss Julia R Todd Louisville Secretary and Treasurer The programme of regular business was then taken up and gone through with and was very inter- Â¬ Â¬ FOR SALE FOR SALE OF THE BEST BUSINESS E5TABLISH ments In the city consisting of good clean stock of goo Is and well established prolltablo trade This Is a Hue opportunity for a man with capital 1 FORALr L FOR SALE rnWO STORY BRICK RESIDENCE OF 8 ROOMS L and 14 acres of land In Bridgeport This Is good property und is offered at a bargain B MARSHALL CO Â¬ GASOLINE STOVES RVtA esting Mrs Lapsley McKee read a very fine paper on The Christian L1lilt6kAVW4VlCWiih4 V XD6 37 our OocGsiaag churches Suppose they did not an swer the calls upon their help their purses and their voices Just sup pose our Deborahs and Miriams and If uldahs and Esthers and our Marys and Marthas and Lady Electias should all forever listen but never respond at all They know how to in- struct and prophesy and warn and sacrifice and praise and glorify and work for the kingdom and government of God perhaps as well as their sainted famous sisters of sacred his- Â¬ tory did in other days and the same God over all inspires them If the women now should become mutes in the worship and work of the temple we much fear many of the churches would become like forsaken country graveyards and our missionary men and women abroad like hungry ill clad wanderers where now they are valiant soldiers of the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Foreign mission work in tucky ought to arouse the sleep- Â¬ The auxiliary ing energies of societies of our State and fire them with zeal and enthusiasm in the work Dr Gillespie of New York in his lecture said among other tilings that in all oriental tongues there is no word for home be cause with them there is no home Why Â¬ out any HHIeat rranaririnrarirjiraBa - PM it Joirt You Stop Â¬ Â¬ cross The evening of time is falling fast and what we have to do and can do must be done quickly No need that we lose one moment in discussion of obsolete prejudices and bygone cus- Â¬ toms If a womans hand can save precious sheaves from Greenlands to -- Indias coral Ky mountains strand from the Americas to the uttermost isles of the sea Where men go women must follow if needed to help them and to minister to them in love and prayer and aid and so plant the word and found the gov ernment of God for every nation un der he uvon Just here permit us to tell you how in the last few weeks we have enjoyed a precious season of Â¬ Â¬ the perishing let her throw out the life line and God and the drowning will bless her while she pulls them ashore If a womans song like Nearer My God to Thee can charm thousands of souls and make eyes all over the world llow like riven in memory of God and home lot her write it and 49t the wide world sing it in tears Let Gaines nen and women now unite their wis ron nvspnpsiA Indigestion mid Stomach disorders take dom und their wealth their convic HHOWNS IKON IIITTKHS tons and their courage and their All dealers keep it SI pur tottlc Genuine has trade mark ami crossed red tloesou wrajjper love and their loyalty and so win Â¬ These words are very familiar to our readers as not a day passes without the report of the sudden death of some prominent citizen The explanation is Heart Disease ThereforeÂ¬ beware if you have any of the following symptoms Short Breath Pain in Swollen Side Smothering Spells Ankles Asthmatic Breathing Weak and Hungry Spells Tenderness in Shoulder and Arm Fluttering of These Heart or Irregular Pulse mean heart disease symptoms The most reliable remedy is Dr Miles Now Heart Cure which has Book of saved thousands of lives testimonials free at J W Gayles who also sells the Now Heart Cure 1 Â¬ E ifo s -- XjiE bh Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ AJISraT STEEET The Queen and Crescent Route nessee and Alabama The line passes near the famous battle Holds at Mill Springs Mission Ridge Chickamauga and Lookout Mountain They are surrounded by charming summer resting places at Burnside High Bridge Cumberland Falls Rugby Rhea Springs Lookout Moun- Â¬ tain Springville Alabama and other THE 1JIG FOUR KOUTK Has the Best Tcrmimil Facili Â¬ Invites inquiries in regard to Summer Resorts on its line in the picturties at Chicago esque mountain of Kentucky Ten All trains enter Chicago on the Illi- Â¬ nois Central tracks alontf six miles of tho Lake Front through the most picturesque portion of tho city and laud passengers in the magnificent Now Central Station on Twelfth street and Lake Front This station is con Â¬ venient to the Auditorium Richelieu Victoria and Loland Hotels and with Â¬ points in two hlocks of tho State and Charming Low railroad Mens boyb and youths winter Wabash Street Cable Lines and tho mountain homes --rates Perfect rest and South Side Elevated Railway Con quiet boots low down at venient stops are also made at Hyde Wo invito correspondence cheerMiiAoiiuu Marshalls Park Thirty Ninth street and Twenty fully giving the information desired 6 tf Second street Stations for tho purpose of having you arrange Trains to spend your summer recreation on Vestibulod Magnificent Tolmceo Sticks Fur Sale Parlor Cars Wagner Sleeping Cars our line oak and hickory tobacco Private Compartment Bullet Sleep W C Rinkvrson G P A 50000 Gars No ing Cars Cincinnati Ohio sticks for sale Apply to J W transfer and Suporh Dining to make across Cincinnati Â¬ Â¬ connections For train No I this morning Your ticket should read via tho Big Four Route to enjoy thoso privileges the Midland will sell tickets to 12 OMcCormick Pass TrallioMgr Georgetown and return at one D B Martin Jenl Pass Tkt Agt fare Account foot ball game Big Four Route Cincinnati O V fV RWu v IW -- - rt2iKii I -- a ibJtfJ- - f fs MM Vywf lnVlWii1fitinVnWf l ly j -- - ii Jbu- - 7 TEACHTCRS INSTITUTE The Mooting Hold in This tltv This Wool The Franklin County Teachers institute coveneu ac ine euuri house at 10 30 oclock Monday morning October S 1894 and was called to order by the County Superintendent Miss Lucy Iattie Rev Garrett Reed offered priyer after which the following officers Mr C H Parrent were elected Margaret Miss Miss Lizzie J Daniel Secretary McGruder Assistant Secretary The following committees were Vice-h-esident h appointed Committee on Daily Program J Messrs John Burke and k Graham and Miss Kdna Haydon Committee on Resolutions Miss Annie Yarbrough Messrs Thomas Hunter and E B Young Committee on Query Box VI r Miss Agnes George Hancock Brawner and Miss Edna Bickers After enrollment of teachers by the Secretary the Institute ad journed for dinner at 1 145 AFTERNOON SKSSION 130 V In the Shadow of The songs His Wing and Labor On were sung the Institute being led by Messrs E R Jones and John Porter Physiology was discussed by Messrs Burke and Reed After a recess of 10 minutes What a Gathering of the song the Ransomed was vendered and Penmanship was discussed by G D Fendley J G Haydon J C Porter and Prof Rhoads and then the Institute adjourned TUESDAY OCTOBER 9 1894 J The meeting was opend with the song Theres Music in the Air and prayer by C H Parrent There Shall be Another song Showers of Blessings was sung and then the roll was called by the Secretary and the following program was carried out Messrs Ford Biuke Civics Hunter Jones C H Parrent and Miss Annie Yarbrough Recess of five minutes Song Theres Music in the Air Arithmetic Mr John Burke Adjournment for dinner 2 in 1 AFTERNOON SESSION I I I public Explanation of Reading Circle by County Superintendent Miss Lucy Pattie OCT II THURSDAY Primary Arithmetic Miss MarThursdays ession opened with garet J Daniel Miss Nannie prayer by Mr H M Polsgrove Baker Messrs George Hancock The contents of the Query Box and George Robbins was discussed and answered by Mental and Advanced ArithmeA very instructive Mr Burke tic Mr Burk lecture on Physiology was then Primary Reading Messrs R delivered by Dr James H Graham and John Burke After a short recess the Insti- Advanced Reading Prof Geo tute was addressed by Judge Sneed Robbins and Judge Williams Recess of five minutes Geonraohv and historv were Song Battle Hymn of Re- - then teken up and discussed by Â¬ li II FINNELL- RtHOATE The Old finite DimiiivN AppointmentThe subject of Language was to a delightful solo Formerly of Wiikellclil iVChonte by Mr Robert Frank taken up and the discussion were Warrior Judge George Denny Republi Â¬ lin led by Miss Annie Yarboufjn can candidate for Congress will Mr John L Scott then ad Miss Oriana Hoggins an John C speak at Peiks Mill this county dressed the Insti ute for a few p0tlr AND on Thursday uxt the iSti inst After a recess of five minutes mi nutes and the remaining time at I oclock p m and in this HOGSHEAD FACTORY work was resumed by singing of the session was devoted to a city on Friday evening next at f School GovernWhosoever Calleth and God discussion 7oO PlRCHASED THK PLANING MILL QajjnfT Yet ment by Mr Burke HAVING tnbnccu hogshead factory of Messrs Goodyear Welts in all styles Conuleton Bros I urn prepared to furnish Grammer was taken up by FRIDAY OCTOBER 12 SHINGLES from S2 5c up All guaranteed DOORS Messrs Fendley Varrent and A The Institute was called to SASH TUKNEI goods at BLINDS WOBK L Pet rman of Lexington order by Miss Pattie at 9 a m FRAMES STAIR WORK MrAGiiKR Marshalls The Teachers Association was VNl AM K IV1IS OF After a priyer by Mr E R 6 tf H Jones the query box was opened then taken up by Mr C BCouso Mules Household Ointment Parrent and a Vice President for and the queries answered by Mr n well ut tobiicco hogtlieiirts Factory one nnd a each magisterial district was ap- Burke Is the finest remedy in tho world naif blocks from Post onireon river trout cures A share of public patronage Is solicited The In pointed by Miss Pattie School Apparatus was discussed It absolutely cures catarrh It Cures Neuralgia and Rheumatism stitute then adjourned until 130 by Mr Burke and Prof kobbins Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum FINNELL soothing manner Cures CHOATE The aftemoDii session opened The latter gave many valuable in the mostand Sept 2 1 v Inflamed Granulnted Myelitis by singing This is My Story hints upon utilizing materials at Cures Coughs nnd Colds Can be A Mr A L Peterman then de Â¬ hand for manufacturing apparatus taken internally Cuts positive specific Bruises Burns for pneumonia G Sores livered a delightful talk upon the The Switzer and Elmville Chilblains Bunions of long standing Corns and are cured quickly Reading Circle choruses were both present and different from all else superior to all no equal a and 50c boxes else it has School grading was discussed responded when called upon Largo size cheapest Sold at P H Mr Peter Then by Mr Burke 8 The Switzer Chorus consists of Carpenters drug store man organized the members of Mrs Jones Messrs Ernest Jones On to Richmond October 10 Institute into a country school and Jake and Bob Arnold Mr Taylor IT IS ISJMproceeded to grade them as each Carter presided at theorgin while One fare lor the round trip to 334 MAIN STREET teacher must do this year in his oi the quarrette sang With Joy we Richmond Va and return and FRANKFORT Much practical in- Met You Here To day lier school and also to Old Point Comfort and reformation was derived from this Lottie Lee turn via Chesapeake and Ohio Ry sorely per- Â¬ as many teachers were The Elmville Chorus was com the only line from the West to Visit the Virginia IS plexed upon the subject of grad- Â¬ posed Misses Kate and Addie Juett Virgini cities State Fair inspect the cheap ing and Messrs J C Porter and E H farm lands of the Old Dominion In the Shadow Juett They sang Im a Farmers After a song I have for sale 2 coo A No where the climate is very nearly by Miss South Girl and of Thy Wing The Broken Pinion CEDAR POSTS For perfect where there are no further particulars apply to Messrs Jones Porter Jouett and Franklin then de- cyclones droughts or blizzards Mr Robert me on my premises Curry the Institute was addressed lighted his audience by singing and where there are unequiled T N Arnold markets for all kinds of garden by Mr John L Scott For an The Golden Slippers Feb 2 tf For list of farms ad products hour he held the interested attenMr Burke then continued the dress E H Pope Western Pass tion of his audience with his beau- the subject of School Government enger Agent St Louis Mo A The Rialto tiful lecture Passenger S Miller Traveling as depends upon the teacher Only direct line between Agent Indianapolis Ind U L The Institute then adjourned Messrs E R Jones Jake and Â¬ The teachers of Franklin county Robt Arnold and Taylor Carter Truitt General Tnveling Passen CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT ger Agent Cincinnati O Snortest and uulcicest oetween are unusually fortunate this year entertained the audience with two Frankfort Gar Georgetown and Paris in having had Mr A L Peterman comic songs lisle Maysrille Cyotbiana Fal Â¬ with them lor even one day Miss Kate Juett then recited mouth and Covington It is seldom that our Institute The Ride of Jennie McNeal in of being ad- Â¬ a very creditable manner has the opportunity ALL PKH ONs HAVING CLAIMS AiAINST ASK FOR TICKETS VU KY MIDLAND estate dressed by such an able educator Mr Crockett Parrent recited hereby notified of W M Wllkerson deceased art to present the same proen as required by law and all persons owing the late TRAINS RUN BY GENfRMSTAliDAHG TIME Every teacher and every one not Jamie Douglas W M WllKeroon are notified to call and settle at TIME TABLE AlG 1MH a teacher who heard the addresses The resolutions adopted by the once This mk J lil4 W WILKHtSON D L FEATHERsToN P M A M P M of Mr Peterman feels benefited Committee on Resolutions were Executors TRAINS EAST No 11 ot N0T7I months Autf and must feel inspired to nobler read by Mr Charles N Curry Lv Frankfort a 700 410 100 Lv Summit 716 11U 416 efforts especially in behalf of and action was taken at the after- Â¬ Lv Elkhorn 711 126 421 Lv switzer 12S 71S 140 common schools POSITIONS GUARANTEED Lv stamping Ground noon session 4 38 2U0 Duvall 444 73 210 Every teacher will go back to under reasonable conditions Our FREE 96 page Lv Joliiiviii Margaret J Daniel Lv 220 711 450 catalogue will explain why we can afford it Lv Georgetown B 4fc7 74 235 Â¬ his or her work feeling strengthenSecretary 751 Dranglions Practical Easiness College Lv C S Depot r3 300 Lv Newtown 5 13 Wlf 320 ed and better equipped for the Lv Centre Mo 5U1 NASHVILLE TENN Write for catalogue 335 slt Lv Elizabeth 5Jo 345 eai Book keeping Shorthand Penmanship and Tele- Ar The cnliest place to find chil duties of school life for having C 400 Path 0 io iAi We spend more money graphy 3S drens shoes in all styles at lowest our EinployraentDepartment than in the interest of Ar Paris Ttiriotluii half the Business listened to the remarks of Mr Colleges take in as tuition 4 weeks by our method A M X P M FM teaching book keeping is equal to 2 weeks by the TBAINS WEST No 2 No We all regret that he prices Meagher Peterman No f No 12 old plan teachers 600 students past ear no Marsh ll vacation enter any time Cheap Board we have Lv Paris Juimetlon il could not remain longer with us C 05 in 00 recently prepared books especially adapted to L Paris iV 6tf Ar Elizabeth 15 1010 4f5 HOME STUDY and feel that we want to offer him 19 ArCenterville 1014 521 Newtown 10 22 27 Our shoes are way up and our Sent on 60 days trialWe payWrite us and explain Ar C S Depot our wants NB our heart felt thanks for the many 41 1032 5 cash for all va- Ar 540 Come and cancies as book keepers stenographer teachers Ar Georgetown prices are way down B 1037 45 747 600 clerks etc reported to us provided we fill same suggestions he offered Ar Johnson 51 1147 800 see Â¬ I Â¬ PLAITING MILL Â¬ Jr Finish For a Â¬ Â¬ H MATTERS the- - Fkitiimltr Ma r Posts Â¬ Â¬ O 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Kentucky Midland By NOTICE 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Meagher 6 tf Marshalls Tnl 14 lGt ALL KINDS OP RATES VIA THE MIDLAND Oct 23 to Cincinnati and re turn at S225 children Si 25 Oct iSth to Louisville and re turn at one fare to hear McKmley Oct 24 to Louisville and return at one fare account of the Immi gration Convention Oct 15 19 to Louisville and return are and a third certificate plan NOTICE WILL 61T TO RECEIVE CLAIMS AtiAlNST tht estiteut Brock A Donaldson as u linn ami Individually tit Indue Win H Holts law oilkv Kiuikioit K on Octoiier jltth ltH and coiitliitie so loiu as Is reasonable or remilnnl and all litdebeii to Mid estate lll nleie stttl WILL LANE at once and sae cost sSigiiee Set VitHt f X Ar Duvall 1153 Ar Stamping Ground 1100 Ar Switzer 1110 Ar Elkhorn 1117 Ar Summit 1123 A Ar Frankfort 1130 A connects with L A N B connects with Q A C and C connects with K 0 SUNDAY 4 57 13 tUO KM 03 20 26 35 HE0 925 905 915 LS Â¬ TBAINS will run on Sumlats until further nitlce No 1 will leue Frankfort ut M15 a m and Georgetown at 9 02 nrrivlnent Nim 2 3 and Â¬ Â¬ tase t3e MONON 1 i C D BEBCAW Gen Pass Ant Paris at 910 The Kentucky Midland Unllwuy and connec Â¬ tions form the stiortest and cheapest route to ail points north onth east nnd west For further liiturnutlon apply to their agents E B W GEO H HARPKK Gen Suut 1 city Ticket Agent KITEL Â¬ ROUTE I JOHN ElMIOLS T JOHN BOYLE BKCMVKHs Study of Words Adjournment James B Lea tenure Dy ivir life and character WEDNESDAY jonn uurwe OCTOBER ftti ouiiib uiiuiat 730 p I0T1I us m I The Institute was called to order at 845 by Miss Pattie After a C H Parrent a prayer by Mr few minutes were devoted to a discussion of the Reading Circle by Miss Pattie The Formation of Words was continued by Mr Burke Prof George Robbins then ex- Â¬ plained a very interesting and instructive diagram of the question What is the relation between rhetoric and mechanics The roll was called by the sec- Â¬ retary and forty one teachers reÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ ported Messrs E R Jones C H Par rent J C Porter G D Fendley G D Hancock Thos Hunter prof George Robbins and Miss DanieL Marraret Mr R H Graham and Prof Rhoads talked upon School Exhibits The meeting then adjourned until 130 p m The afternoon session was opened by singing Blessed be the Fountain The Trustees Hour was next discussed by Messrs Hunter L Wiley Burke and M As there were only two trustees present this might have been given a more appropriate name After singing a new song a recess of ten Friendship it minutes was given The institute was then treated 1 Â¬ he Direct nml Popular Line to C THe Nov 12 19 to Lexington and return at one and a third fare account fall races OSW THE MISSI R R sIPPI VALLEY BOLTE Â¬ Oct 23 26 to Lexington at a fare and a third on account Equal Rights Convention certificate plan Oct 30 31 to Xickolasvilleand return at one and one third fare on account of the Jessamine county trots October 27 2Sth to Nicholas ville and return at M60 on account Y M C A meeting The Midland will sell tickets to Paris and return on the certificate plan to those attending the Grand Lodge I O O F at reduced rates CHICAGO And all Ioum NORTH and WEST Mollis Lilted ONLY ONE NIGHTS BIDE LOUISVILLE TQ MEMPHIS Â¬ IS THE MOST PEBFEOT SERVICE Vestibuled Trains Dining Car Services MEMPHIS Palace Chair Cars Pulman Buffet Sleepers VICKSBUECt And Only First Cltsss Accommodations For Further Information Addiess NEW ORLEANS AND ALL POINTS BiBrfeM wcwhuii South IOUISVIUK OR and eitot an Southwest Hallway Ci by 11 Kates Tickets Wet feet sore throat diphtheria Wear our shoes and doctors bills and be s ived Meagher KV Ticket ukiiII lutoimatlon iirulshed not ihrts W J McBRlDE PVss IrUellllK Loilsllle Acent Ky Marshalls 6 tf JisltarkttiG I AlCliicnoll T B LYNCH General Passenger AueM L mUvllle Ky 1 I r I a ts a ifofMtotHWirrn BEiMyilWpMi Aw JvK S t It rj Vt f V JyTfrfM r iTV Y r Wy lfr f 4 J vtrt fci MiiKMwtiMiW 111 t v CSAT Clothing sale Overcoats and Suits Mens Ulsters 52 20 in 3EET Jeans coals WE en JESSE Commence at 2 S3 50 up to S5 tilii quality 6 and i sns EARLY FALL BUYERS A It ARK B2ST Jsans Pants CEUSSLX11 SHOE SALE Childrens and Boys BOwtS 75C and 1 The Peoples Great Trading Center OFFER FOR THE I fr SOME STARTLING BARGAINS NEVER BEFORE HAVE PRICES BEEN SO LOW long 5 to 2vdlens Mens Suits Union Cassimere MENS AJLL Boys 7 Childrens CHILDRENS Tit EAT IN 4 to 50 ms ITS Beau Furnisninas and Drawi rs RUBS For rs Boots si Heavy fc Si 25 to 300 Mens Gray Net Undur shirts Q5c ttOOL SUITS Our lot Childrens Suits old style aes 7 will close at sold for S5 and 5 275 a suit Buggy or Carriage Lames Heavy Calf Sloes Â¬ S125 to 50 Cassimere Suits 7 Meni Natural FleeccUn- derwoar only Si 25 suit to S15 Mens Dress Suits Clay Diagonals Tricots Corkscrews and Fancy Worsted Sio to S25 Â¬ 2 were Wrights Health Underwear Only 2 j6 per Suit TZEZIEJ Jeans Pants BEST All the new things in Hoys and Children s GLOVES Strong ulovCh Missesand Boys Shoes Boat Bugs go Calf Great Bargains at 99c Plush Lined Black or White S5 to 8 Only S400 Felt Lined HanflKercniefs j ese snk Handkcr hi f 50c and 75c c MISSES LADIES ec 10 Single and Double Breasted to Si Leather lined 49C 3c up CatWoifRugs Sio to S15 Springheel Patent Tip Dongola Kid Shoes Si 00 to Si 50 One large lot of Buck Gloves Si 25 up to S250 Linen Handkerchiefs Fancy Border 3 MENS flLL WDDL Black Cheviot Suits Frock Double and Single ttreast ed SUITS NOW READY for 25c Trunks BENNETT S BARNARDS all go at Dress Kid Unlined Gloves to 2 Si up Telescopes FANCY BORDER o Shoes 350 to JS15 Imp Linen Hdkfs 25c 35c 50c Fine Trunks S250 to Sio 00 Mens 25c - Arctics 25 English Corduroy pants ZBCTSTi Jersey Gloves 25c to 50c TELESCOPES 25c 90c Si Si 50 to 250 The very best Will give twelve months wear only 3 50 Ladies Rubbers 40c 60c Mite The Peoples jreat Trading Center It LonaPanisSuits ALL THE LATEST Lea I tier S2 OO Bags 7 tarns t HATS Ages 15 12 need to 19 S250 to Just what you We are receiving new styles daily lEHIEII 25c up to Si 1 to 50 Crurcner UMBEELLAS 75c t starts The Peoples Great Trading Center up to Sio To the Voters or Franklin From present indications quite a County number of our citizens will seek Regular service at Buck Run new homes in other sections at no Frankfort Kv Aug 1894 Rev distant day last Saturday and Sunday S C Mitchell pastor officiating Yielding to the flattering and Miss Mattie Ely of Lexington of partial meeting is in is visiting her cousin Jennie God earnest solicitation A protracted friends and representative citizens The pas Â¬ dard progress at Providence of all political laiths I have contor Rev E S Aderman has the Following is the pMI of honor trary to my purpose to never of W H Felix D D assistance of Buck Run school District No again stand for office determined of Lexington for month ending September to make the race for County Mr Chas Kennie and sons 28th Buford Gaines Judge at the November election 1894 who have been operating a saw- Â¬ Archie Dora Gaines 1894 Gaines This is the most important C Danie mill on the farm of Mr J Charlie Vickers office in the county government Risk Noel for the past few months Mamie Vickers Florence Flynn In the hands of the County Judge have removed it to Bloomington Willie Penn Mary Penn and are placed the liberties of the has returned Katie Penn Cannon citizens in criminal trials before Oscar from a visit to relatives in examining court as also the home Mr W G Florian of Wood moneyed interests of a large class Georgetown lake has the best tobacco in this of debtors and creditors litigating Mr R M Wiggs and wife of section He has it all under shel- Â¬ matters of account in the quarterGraefensburg paid our town a ter 12000 pounds and ready for ly court besides the settlement flying visit last week stripping and oversight of the estates of Mr Erie Morris of Great CrossMr Chas Kennie and family widows and orphans ing Scott county and Willie Par who have been residing in our The taxing interests of the citi- Â¬ rent of Georgetown paid us a town for some time have removed zens is in the hands of the County visit last Sunday Judge and the Magistrates to Swallowfield So it will be seen that your Mrs Julia Hughes who has Bro Burdin is engaged in a County Judge wields a large inbeen visiting her daughter Mrs protracted meeting with his church No fluence in county affairs Mattie Crum at Beards Station at Pigeon Fork Shelby county more taxes should be laid than R has returned N R L are absolutely necessary to meet home There is no medicine so often need- Â¬ the bonded indebtedness at its Clover hulling has occupied the ed in every home and ho admirably maturity and the annual accruing attention of a number of our far adapted to the purpose for which it interest thereon together with the is intended ub Chamberlains Pain mers during the past month Hardly a week passed but necessary amount to conduct the Balm family has tobacco crop has about all some member of the headache need county government upon econoThe may of it A toothache or honest business principles been cut and sheltered be cured by it A touch of rheuma Â¬ mic tism or neuralgia quieted The severe A pmt of the bonded debt should Cooler again the first of the pain or burn or scald promptly re Causing ail to consider lieved and the sore healed in be met by the next generation as week much less time than when medi they are to be equally benefited by it seriously the fuel question cine has to be sent for A sprain It is local taxation and the disMrs Mary Warren and daugh may bo promptly treated before ina tribution of the funds derived flammation sets in which insures ter Miss Effie have returned cure in about one third of the time therefrom that comes home dihome from an extended visit to otherwise required Cuts and bruies rectly to the county and city tax- should receive immediate treatment payer for it must be met and is friends in this place before the parts become swollen Mrs Francis D Allen of Gal- which can only lie done when Pain felt in proportion to the ability to it A Therefore it is the right kept at hand veston Texas is viMting friends Halm in may bo cured beforesore meet it of the citizen to demand of throat and relatives in our vicinity A troublesome becomes serious court the lowest corn may be removed by apply his county Mr B H Warren of Louis- ing it twice a day for a week or two per cent of tax each year ville visited friends in our midst a A lame back may be cured and sev consistent with an economic hon eral days of valuable time saved or a est and impartial government and short while last week pain in the sido or chest relieved Pro to have this tax promptly collectLittle Miss Paltie South has re without paying a doctor bill cure a fit cent bottle at once and you ed and honestly and fairly ap- turned home from an extended For sale by plied to the good of the entire never regret it visit to relatives at Beards Station will Oahij Pirn ntih South Sine Drug Â¬ i countv N R R L gist Forks or Klkhorn Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Dandruff Kills city and county have honored me time and again by electing me to the Hair different and important offices My election for four successive terms iHIPOHWLY to the office which I am soon to m voluntarily surrender while evidencing the partiality and most generous lavor of my personal as well as political following is an earnest of my faithful impartial and successful discharge ol duty in tne past and must be my guarantee for the future I have in no sense sought this BUMS THE office and if I am elected to it I must be elected by the uncor SHIP AND EN Â¬ rupted vote of the people as I will LIVENS THE 1111 not bring to bear any corrupting influences to obtain it At the For Sale by All proper time I will visit the pre- Â¬ Druggists cincts of the county tei w iy TIUDK MAHK Respectfully W H Sneed The j 00 people of my native w Â¬ yj no j4 J rv Two Lives Saved Mrs Pheobe Thomas of Junction City 111 was told by her doctors she had consumption and that there was no hone for lfer hnfc twn hntMou f Dr Kings New Discovery completely 1 mitnrl Vim nn1 ouo nn OilVUU ner lf iidi iuiuThos uu nls ouyn Florida llio Mr Eggers 139 St San Francisco suffered from n drnnrl ful cold approaching consumption ineu wiiuuub rutmic everytning else then bought one bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery and in twn wanlrn waa cured He is naturally thankful It is sucn results of which theso are samples that prove the wonderful eftlcaev Of thin mfifUninn In nninrliu and colds Free trial bottles at Oar- FBNTERb drug store Regular size 00c TABLERSnif BUCK EYE Â¬ n riLlJ MED CO OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES I Â¬ and CERTAIN CURE 15 vears astha BEST REMEDY for PILES A SURE known for Â¬ SUID MY ATI Prepwedtr SICBABCCOW May 12 lmUGGISTS ST L0UI3 ly BEST IN QUALI1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ and 1 The Xlfholusville Trots 5 508T IN QUANTITY Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ j Â¬ I Â¬ On account of the Jessamine County Trotting and Record Meeting October 30th and 31st the Queen Crescent Route in its usual liberal manner comes out with an announcement of reduced rates from all Kentucky points on C the O Ask agents for full particulars rates Cha W Zell D nati Ohio W C P A Cincinnati schedules etc P A Cincin Rinearson G Ohio Diploma Â¬ WORMS Â¬ vermifuge 20 EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED1 NOLI BY AM DHUGOISTS Irriiarrd by iimuitimos jiiiiiiiiNK co ht iocis Slay 12 ly WHITES CREW FOR YEARS Has led all WORM Remedies i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ t Â¬ Dr Prices Cream taking Powder Worlds Fair lllhcit Medal and Job work neatly exe cuted at this office Â¬ y StiafoLii jj A r Iw- - WTWf mmomovWiNWIjixfa ttnuffTSTfv- - fw 1