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Jta MiiMfjMMtHiM jui Wi rf If mm4 -- m ni t f a a a t - iirti ttNftrt-- ia ii The GEO A Frankfort A A IJIC Tin- R0lTMAB0lTT TERMS LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS 100 In Advanoc NO 7 vol xvrn ffiSSXS FJUNKFOET KY SATURDAY OCTOBER 20 1814 BnetmmaMvwm FMSK TIIK M V V b V MMITKD I Old Utile V WliHiiinie Saw Be on your Guard S and Plsuilii of Tuesday Mill Desd fire was oud About 4 oclock on the morning observed el 1 If sonic grocers urge another baking powder upon you in place of the Royal it is because of the greater profit upon it This of itself is evidence of the supe- Â¬ To give greater riority of the Royal profit the other must be a lower cost powder and to cost less it must be made with cheaper and inferior materials and thus though selling for the same give less value to the consumer To insure the finest cake the most wholesome food be sure that no substi- Â¬ tute for Royal Baking Powder is accepted by you - ti i r Whit- tt formeily owned bv Rule Day Coach with Smoking Com- before Jfll W more on the boutn Side inm- J IV II Vsfll t Illicit t n II the fire department which re- - Sleeping Cars of the latest and sponded promptly to the call of most improved design and an Emphasis is box 14 could arrive at the scene Observation Car placed on the Observa- Prnlly the flames had made great head- Built by the Pullman tton Car way and were rapidly consuming Company from Chesapeake and The property was of Ohio plans the F F V Obser the mill such combustable material that it vation Cirs serve their purpose gwas impossible to extinguish the bettt r thnn an othets that have rI issutig from the siwtl ist pile neir the furnace of the planing mill Commencing Sunday May 13th the F F V Limited will leave Cincinnati dtilv at 1220 noon arriving at Washington at 740 a Baltimore 900 a m Ihila in delphia 1120 a in and New The train will York 140 p m I I I I r r 1 14 I 111 I I rTtrirtr R I K d fire g and fy Nothing can be substituted for the Royal Baking Powder and give as good results VI L d cat rxs r II AXC J iotter K A AVaminy ss i missioner Dunitiu on Com Â¬ panies not Allowed to do Business In the State From Com Â¬ Campbellsburg Henry county Wednesday October 24th 730 p m I r IJ a J L k 4 5 ft r l A Alth local applications as they can Â¬ not reach the seat of the disease is a blood or liiilo Iciiiiv Appointments Uiitnrrh and in order constitutional to cure it you disease have to take internal remedies Halls Hon George Denny Republi- Â¬ Catarrh Uuro is taken int rnully and and mil- ids directly on can candidate for Congress will ooiiH surfaces It the blood was porscribed by speak at the following times and one ot the best physicians in this country for years and is a regular places It is composed of the proscription Monterey Owen county Satur- host tonics known combined with the bust blood purifiers acting directly day October 20th i p m On the mucous surface The perfect mhiimtloii of the two ingredients Owenton Owen county Mon is what produces such wonderful day October 2Jd i p in ri ults in curing catarrh Send for to imonials New Libeity Owen county R J 01U3KNKY 00 Toledo 0 fluaySold by druggists 75 cents Tuesday October 23d p m Â¬ Â¬ 1 Commissioner Duncan of the State Insurance Bureau warns the citizens of the State against placing insurance in any of the follownot ening named companies titled to do business in the State are a majority of which he say wild cat variety of the strictly wholly irresponsible and CinCincinnati Insurance Co cinnati Kmpire State Lloyds and New Equitable Fire Lloyds Mecha lies Ins York Farmers Home InCo Alexandria Va surance Co Tennessee Lloyds of New York City Madison Insurance Co Madison Ind Manufacturers Lloyds New York City Ham Merchants Insurance Co Merchants Fire Ind mond Lloyds New York City Millers Chicago 111 National Ins Co Millers Mutual Fire Insurance Association Alton 111 Mountain State Fire Insurance Co Wheeling W Va National Fire Ins New Co Fredericksburg Va Central Lloyds New York York City Norfolk hire and Marine Va Norfolk North Ins Co Co Asheville Carolina State Ins N C Old Dominion Ins Co Philadelphia Portsmouth Vi Fire L oyds Philadelphia la Planteis Ins Co Alexandra RichVa lt evident Ins Co mond Va South and North America Lloyds New Yoik City Lloyds United Underwriters New York City Washington Ins Co Hammond Ind Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Eminence Henry county Wednesday October 24th 730 p m Goshen Oldham county Thursday October 25th I p m Harmony Owen county Friday p m October 26th Stamping Ground Scott county Saturday October 27th 1 p m Ruddles Mil Bourbon county Monday October 29th 1 p m Oxford Scott county Tuesday 1 Â¬ Â¬ October 30th 1 p m Â¬ Millcrsburg Bourbon county Wednesday October 31st I p m Mr W C 0vens Democratic p niifiw 11 uibv1 nr tii imiuiuiut I3IIIVUIU fiu maul- juiSt Uenny at all appointments ana ae- bate the issues of the day 1 v 1 Â¬ Â¬ Ofllcfis Eleeted I i Â¬ Masons held on Inday evening of last week the following officers were elected for the ensuing yen V L Clark High Priest M P Gray King John Bradley Scribe C G Grab nn Captain of Host W S Dehoney lincipal Sj- join tier Geo A Lewis Royal Arch Captain V A K iltenburn M ister ul Veil runtr At a meeting of the Frankfort Wo 3 Koal Arrh Â¬ Pruett Master 2d Veil Jac ib Swigert Master 1st Veil V T Reading Fresurer Ben T Farmer Secietarv us Schaefer Captain of uuud J W Catarrh Cant bo Cured ever been constructed and the saw mill planing mill r- r As the F T y j imiteJ s tJe dry kiln were totally destroyed only train having an Observation ri These mills were originally built Car attached it nece sarily fol bv the Dudley Bros at a cost ot lows that tne unesapeako and nearly S20000 but at the sale of O10 RV alone has scenery interOb- enough to demand an Rule p Whitmore s assignee they estins Limited servation Car The 1 became for a debt of 6000 theis the ony train through riumnR property of the Branch and Farm- - from Cincinnati to New York that ers banks of this city and Citizens enables the business men to trans Thev were act business in Cincinnati one day Bank of Danville m V J kJ id New York the next It is insured for 4000 in addition the only train for Jersey City Coast to this Mrs Hannah Pil mgton resoti which are reached by the r i CkIb k j in whose name Mr John Pilking- p p V at dinner time instead of It is the only ton was operating the planing mill in the evening train that enables business men to and dry kiln sustained a loss of business in Cincinnati one lumber and othr material to an transact dav and reach Washington for amount of 5900 It was an breakfast the next morning It is fortunate fire at this time to the the most desirable train for New owners of the property and to Mr England resorts connections being Pilkington who had large ordeis made in the Union Depot in Washington with the Colonial ahead for dressed lumber and Express running through to Boston whose enterprise and experience uhich reaches 5ew HaVen 4I0 p it was believed would keep the m New London 530 p m mill in operation and eventually Providence 7 15 p m and Boston The F F V is the 830 p m have made it a success only modern train lighted through lout with Electricity carrying a Win II Wheeler Dinincr Car and an Observation A prominent contractor and builder Car l of Adams N Y was a great smoker ngton and Atlantic rhe for years He liked his oipir but did not like the serious throat trouble Express also an Electric Lighted that began to come upon him in the Vestibuled train will ltave Cincin- ash- m reaching HMd It he whh afraid he wm natI at 70 P1 oint At ington 240 p m andUld Kohig to have a Grant throat tins siiiire ney oegan using ur tiaie s vomtort 000 p in connection Housenoui unumeiu applying it js mi t ib iiston w th the rt y1 V v lioston Impress or the Limited bout 900 few weeks of this treatment entirely reaching New York ur cured tneoaci tiirqat una n wneoi- -m At Nortok connect on Ls otci iiwit It nuincii rr n wuui nuuen f i r iv HtAlHn1 tii muoi IITIHderful cure in his case and that he re made with the Old Dominion G rencliiii New rriila r FTnlfiK f f nuanhnlrl Oiiirmniir Stfim hin Line as the greatest medicine of the 19th York 300 p m the next dav century It cures all inrlammation TUE- J5c and 0o boxes at P H oahpkn- Misses sprinsr h el shoes from tiks drug store the lightest weights to the heaviest A grades at Mkaomkk Mahsii Mattie King wife of John King of Lexington who had tied from 334 MAIN STREET her husbands home to live with a Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder A Pure Orape Cream ot Tartar Pow Jer FRANKFORT K courtesan of this city on Tuesday night at the urgent solicitation of her husLand refused to return to when he swoiv out a him her tor dis warrant against CONrKCnONKK lAWVKUS orderly conduct Chief of Iohce UM CROMWELL dp Tobin endeavored to d suade k the wife from persisting in her Attorney at Law Manuractnring and the husband attempt purpose Con left ioner Frankfort Kentueky AIm Heal rotate AKfiit Will practice In the ed to use foice to compel her to 41 St Clair Street fourth ot Kranklla and the adjoining counties mill will also Kbo special atteiuoti to the pur return home and it was not until UlMlll llhllll fdllllt V ults Jsut- ami Ice f ream chase and siit of 1e1l estate collection of leuts In ea oa CUir- ami loliai co claims and the negotiation of loans Her 111 Hie late that huiImiii Water the j illi lMrill utULf 11 she relented and said she would go CI 1 1 XX A back on the train that night but Attorney at Law NKWslHUIKH would poison herself before she Frankfort Kentueky hAkkhli live with her bus- WW practice In all nt ite foiuts Olllce second would agree to Hour Custom House News Detiler and band again j Jr FrV I a r n 1 I - ri I n H -- h 0 I I - V f H MATTEM -- Pcaiviu iis PiiteiiaiMer Business and Professional Directory any to Â¬ tti - Â¬ I - - TI11U lovful LVfliug Bookseller 332 J lain Street Stationer lV1iollc1ls of all kinds Fane IMllif With thc cXhUarating sense of Klnc renewed health and strength and mUinal Cleanliness umen lonows the use of Syrup of Figs is un- known to the few who have not IK proirressed beyond the old time t medicines and the cheap substi tutes sometimes offered but never Wall accepted by the well informed Jf II AVER ILL Oniuuist Main Street opp City Hall Flue Statlonei a A uenernl stock or Diuks ClK irs ami lohacco 1iescrlptloiis speclalt coiupoumledat nil hour- 1IINTKHS HRIDCHFORD The Painter 10 Paper Imml S7 fXO JF A ULLIAMSCO 314 Main Street Druggists on Clair Street Iilnts oils and tilisn cuiistantl Irescilptlons caretall ami accuritel tilled at all liouis A Hue line ot Kaucj Toilet Articles r r kwM - Mii itMMHAMt L MnnnDHMiiaBHaBiB WCTMKgUUUUriWUMUWEMWW P WPfr A kigp POINT aJL T JLdX X J To tho direful and economical buyer our advertisements are more entertaining than a good story and when they visit our store their anticipation of securing good bargains is always fully realized 750 8 JLJL IJLJLJLiL kiiLJL tfiiim Childrens Suits 82 to 87 Boys Long Pants Suits 5 to 10 The wearing qualities of our goods makes them mighty good values for the prices w w JLJL La UL TEUSOXAIi o U XX i i Â¬ S15 S20 nes j 10 1250 wiMirtrar 5 ir3k W r i xSJi QsA iBW J OTT3FS li 1 I JLJl f 1 Mr Wm Brown of Hardin county an uncle of Gov Brown was in the Mrs L C Xorninn was in Louisville city Tuesday en route home from a Tuesday visit to his brother in Paris Mrs J W Iletlneris visiting friends MrsC 11 Lonnsburyand daughters in Covington Misses Alice and May of Sfimford Mrs Sallie Greenhow is home from Connecticut are visiting Mr and Mrs a visit to Lexington W P Hudson on Ann street Mr and Mrs 11 P Mafon are visit Miss Clara Buckley is spending the ing in Romeo Illinois week with friends in Cincinnati She Miss Ann Xicol of Lexington is attended the College of Music swell reception on Monday evening Visiting relatives in this city Mr Sam J Shea who had a surgi Misses Mary Brent and Lutie Ware cal operation performed on him in were hi Louisville Thursday was Mrs Fulton Gordon of Chicago is Louisville several weeks ago visiting her sister Mrs George Berry brought home Thursday afternoon Miss Dessie Wingate of Midway Col Walter Evans of Louisville and MNs Jennie Quinn of George Â¬ was here on legal business Wednes town were in the citv Thursday to day Wm French Miss Margaret Lewis has been vis attend the funeral of Mr Miss Mollie Turpin who has been iting relatives at Woodlake this the guest of Miss Lulie Graham for week Mrs Geo Baldrich of Lebanon is two weeks past returned Wedne iday visiting her parents Mr and Mrs L afternoon to her home in Richmond Mrs Pauline Seibert and daughter Tobin Miss Lillie of Topeka Kansas are on Mr and Mrs Sam B Holmes went to Washington and 2sTev York on a visit to Mr Ed Slaughter Mrs Ssiberts brother on the South Side Tuesday Mr and Mrs J F Lewis of Louis Miss Florence Dudley of Henderville who have been visiting their son is visiting Mr and Mrs R M nephew Mr Will A Lewis and Aldridge other relatives here returned home Ex Gov Buckner was in the city Wednesday afternoon Saturday en route home from Ash The hop given at the Capital Hotel land Ky last night by the young gentlemen in Mr Sam Blackburn of Louisville honor of Miss Julia Dixon of Hen- Â¬ Deputy L S Mnrshnl was in tiie derson and Miss Fannie Herndon of city Sunday Louisville was well attended and Miss Rose Crittenden spent Satur- Â¬ greatly enjoyed by the participants day and Sunday in Lexington visiting Mr and Mrs Hart Wallace and Miss Kflle Hill Mrs R Buckner of Shelby ville were Senator and Mrs Wm Lindsey returned home Tuesday night from the chaperons to this city Wednes day of a party consisting of Misses Hot Springs N C Mary Buckner Eflie Buckner JenMrs J B Willis returned home to nie Thorp Bessie Caldwell and Mr Galena Ohio Tuesday after a visit Thos Martin to her relatives here Miss Lula Thompson of Bourbon Mrs S P Browder of Louisville is county who eloped from Maysville in the city at the bedside of her to Cincinnati Sunday night and was grandchild Mary Saflell married to Mr Roe Stocton of Mays- Â¬ Judge Jas Garnett of Columbia ville recently visited Miss Gertrude was in the city Tuesday on business South of this city The day following before the Court of Appeals from the wedding the groom Mr James Crutcher has returned some unknown cause attempted home tu Idaho after a visit to his suicide by taking sulphate of zinc brother Mr Dallas C Crutcher The physicians think he will recover Mrs J G McLean and children Mr and Mrs D C Hardin next will return Ihome to day from a so- - Monday will celebrate their china journ with relatives in Elizabethtown wedding the twentieth anniversary Mrs J C Thomas and daughter of of their marriage at their home on Bagdad are visiting the formers the South Side Mr Hardin is a mother Mrs E C Robinson on grandson of famous Ben Hardin Third street and Mrs Hardin is a daughter of Mrs Phil Carpenter visited her Judge Lysandor Hord of this city sister Mrs Will Dorsey atLaGrange The couple have numerous friends last week and returned home Sun- - who will be present to offer their congratulations day afternoon Miss Mary Houston January of A delightful ladies luncheon was Muysville and Miss Louise Andrew given Wednesday afternoon at 1J0 by of Flemingsburg are visiting Mrs Mrs W J Hendrick in honor of her W J Hendrick guests Misses January of Maysville Mrs S L Holmes and Miss Marian and Andrews of Flemingsburg The Lindsey are home again from Wash- luncheon was served in courses and They are stopping at there were twenty covers for the fol ington City lowing ladies who were present the Capital Hotel Mrs George Alexander returned Misses Mary Mason Scott Christine Immii to GfHiivilp W iKSMyinni nfrni Reynolds Rebecca Averill May Pep an extended visit to her parents Hon per Rebacea Joluison May Morris Bettie Keenon Kato Green the Grant Green and wife Misses Mason Kitten Hog Alice Gen F H Winston ex Minister Trabue Gi rtie South Mary Talbott to Persia and daughter Miss Marie Dudley Ruth Ely Cordelia Lindsey o Chicago are visiting Mr R M and Misses Anno and Sophia Hen Aldridge on Broadway drick daughters of the hostess Miss Margaret Baskett who has Messrs William Cromwell and Geo beun visiting friends in this city for A Lewis attended the meeting of the the past week returned to her home Grand Masonic bodies in Louisville in Winvhebter Monday last this week the former as the repre Master James Hughes ban been con sentative of Hiram Lodge No lined to bed at the homo of his in the Grand Lodge and the parents on Second street for several latter as the representative of Frank Â¬ days and it is thought is threatened fort Chapter No tt in the Grand with typhoid fever Mr Cromwell took an Chapter Â¬ j Â¬ active part in the proceedings of the Grand Lodge while Mr Lewis served as chairman of important committees in both the Grand Lodge and Grand Chapter was honored by the Grand Master witli the appointment as Grand Marshal of the Grand Lodge and by the Grand High Priest with the appointment of chairman of the Committee on Grievances of the Grand Chapter for the ensuing year Fur Capes We will place on sale to day 20 Electric Seal Capes 27 inches long at St 8 25 Electric Seal Capes 27 inches long at 32175 Is pleased at the very low prices These capes are very cheap and the beautiful line ol goods Come early if you want one we have this season Sam 7 i t b EVERYONE H D Johnson Co a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ j Those who want to compete for our squash prize must have their IVolumurs Luelc or Pluck squash in bv November l 1894 All wool at 35 35 and 50 cents R K McCiuri Son The good luck that has attended 7 2L are selling very fast We can most of Mr Charles Frohmans give you anything you Our shoes aie way up and our want in Trimming ventures during the last five or six prices are way down Come and years was never more conspicuous see Meauhek t Mak halls than in getting The Girl I Left 6 tf Behind Me for the opening of his In Cloth Electic Seal Astricars Embeautiful new house the Electric Hitters and Coney Prices form 5 up Rut pire a year and a half ago is becoming so This there was pluck as well as luck in known remedy popular as to needwell no and so the matter and lots of good judg- special mention All who have used Electric Bitters sing the same song of ment as well for nine out of ten praise A purer medicine does not managers with an important new exist and it is guaranteed to do all that is claimed Electric Bitters will metropolitan house to open would cure all diseases of the Liver and Pimples Boils Kidneys will prefer to take some piece by a Salt Rheum removeother aifections and famous English author rather than caused by impure blood Will drive Malaria from the production as well as cure all system and prevent risk an American Malarial fevers For Much depends upon the success cure of Headache Constipation and Indigestion try ElectricBitters En- Â¬ or failure of an opening play if tire satisfaction guaranteed or money successful it will give a catchet to refunded Price 50c andl per bottle at South Side drug store the house for the whole season if 5 P II Cakpentkr a failure all that comes after will Bucklciis Arnica Sulvc be looked upon with a doubt salve Hut Krchman decided that his The bestSores in the world for Cuts Ulcers Salt Rheum Bruises new hoise should be initiated Fever Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Skin Erupwith an American play and he Chilblains Corns and all tions and positively cures Piles or even went so far as to take the no pay required It is guaranteed to give satisfaction or money refunded work of an author almost unknown Price 25 cents per box For sale by 8 ly to the public Frarklyn Fylesf Phil Carpenter the dramitic elitor of the Sun True Mr Fyles had the assistance of a veteran playwright Belasco The record of the success of The Girl I Left Behind Me Ins passed Stop leads to Consumption into dramatic history as marking tho Cough heal the Lungs one of the red and strengthen the System At the Opera House Thursday with If You want bargains in all lines Oct 25 of Underwear Hosiery Blank ets and Wool Goods Dress Goods Cioaks Gapes Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Cough in Our Great Seller Oyster Supper Scotts 650 call on us II Â¬ i Church give an South of this city oyster supper at the parsonage adjoining the church on Washington street between Main and Wapping on Friday evening next Oct 26 from 6 to to oclock p The ladies of the M E will Â¬ wunwVJ8saaaa jgsesy tho Cream of Cod liver Oil a- - EmuLsion ti Dont be deceived by wmizeiso Donneii Sept 29 tf stomach lrvtareii - It is and hypophosphites palatable and easy on the Physicians world over endorse it Scott L SOUTH Lv Lexlimton Mlihwiy N TIME TABLE A A the Variiiillton 31 l 3L 1 31 m No 17 No No J I No 23 Substitutes Ail DrueciiU H45 MUi 11171 Come and look ihrough our entire line cost nothing see lots i lluunu N Y 15 s12 tiir M iC0 Htftf 1157 010 7rt Gt6 G5U Spring Station Krnnktott - Meagher j Â¬ Marshall NOTICE Â¬ Hacdad 1lenMirevllle I Â¬ Fall to do Their Duty Everybody has at times failed to do their duty towards themeslves Hun dreds of lady readers sulfer from sick headache nervousness sleeplessness and female troubles Let them follow the example of Mrs II Horbrechter estate of W 31 Wllkcrcm deceased art heiehy notlilid to iireMiit tin same proven tit reipilivd liy law and nil peisnns lining tin late W 31 Wllnersun nil notllled to call and settle at once Tills Auk It If Jl II W I AM PERSONS HAYINli CLAIMS AfJAINST LauraiiLo Ievwo Valey Anchorage Ar Loulsvlllu Eminence llldJf liH4 1044 1115 717 JlMli 7 UlriSl lllrtMfi17 ill 1141715 H12 I i 057 t4l 751 423 448 45C H0i H13 HW 903 US 855 12111 54 31 A 31 31 I iNOUTII No 18 Lv P 31 No2No2i 4111 I A3 No 24 WIMCkOV liiTIIKU ToN Â¬ Â¬ 1 Stevens Point Wis who for live years suffered greatly from nervous prostration and sleeplessness tried physicians and different medicines without success But one bottles of Dr Miles Nervine caused sound sleep every night and she is feeling like a now person Mrs Elizabeth Wheel Â¬ er Laramie City Wyoming who tried all other remedies declares that after three weeks uso of the Norvino for headache nervous prostration c she was entirely rolieved Sold by J W Gayle Trial bottles free Au 11 gmuitlin Kxwwtorx Anchorage IVvsee Valley itmmiiKu II iKdail 1mNvlllt Hll H 7i Cmltiliee Ileasiiievllln S5ll U2G II 44rt 515 512 i20 051 705 Hai 4 02 U Dissolution Notice milK COLLINS IIAVK JIS KIKM OK C k 1 solved partnership Iiavlnt mutually iimeed to Ar K Collins retiring anil 31 A Collins to m K 31 Jrankfort SnrliiK Station 311 may Yarnalltou Dill 11120 11115 50 15 1 Hfi H2S 7ti 75H 410 428 501 4 50 4 5J it5i h55 020 D2U 5 I5 Leltiiton 10r 11 ill llUill 100 ll 016 021 010 551 All persons having containing tho business No 21 will ttop nt Vnolionijjo claims against tliu II rut will plcaiu pese lit them lnrpaniunt ami all who urn Inilihted to tho Chrirttiiuirtburj for piixsetiijciM llrm will pleas call and settle Immediately as we Jjoxinton iinii points beyond must close all accounts to date and for CKA 31 A COLLINS cordially Invite all to call on me foi nnralns In Hardware Wall paper llurnrtM Class iVc 31 A COLLINS Sept 14 J 1 ni I 1 Nun 17 111 and 21 connect nt Lnrungo for Cincinnati No 11 mid 21 connect at Atiorioratre for Blooinfletu Urnuoti I- - A I Igjljlgl W Hto1iAlllfllM1irtfalBiyHJr1A 1 1yia Innfctriftm HMhmi lAiMiUttitWtiiitfkJMBjMBtfalWftiltilllifillilllil uplift UlUMmmrfnviiLUlfu 3 LOOKING i S WVGM J FOR rWlP W- - - sryw - I W N - m m JEWELftY MS km May bo you arc too Come and sec ours Jt is full of glorious goodness at prices a l JEWELER TIITC Your wife admired those Diamond Far rings the other Slivered in slim slices How do we know day We saw her eyes upon them through our window perns Dont let her hopes be dished to earth The holidays are coming 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 COXVICTS AT VILLM - THEM - TICK - TIME - TRUTHFULLY lL-mzp-vr- K1JV To Schools Closed the Pahoiis of Public Schools At a called meeting of the Board of Education Wednesday evening it was ordered that the schools be closed until further notice The Board desires first to conserve public safety and in view of the fact that the Health Board will report twelve new cases as occur ring in the pnst two days and in consideration of the fact that only about 50 per cent of the enrolled pupilage are attending school the Board deems it but just to the school children not in school and safest for those in school to close the schools until the present out break of diphtheria shall have passed and we urge parents to keep their children at home and from mixing with others on the Â¬ Advertised Letters at Frankfort Kentucky Suit hv tlie Mason A Foard Co o Rescind Their Contract With tin State Foard Co notiThe Mason fied Governor Brown last Saturday that they did not intend to feed Â¬ Â¬ I I and clothe more than 452 convicts in the Eddyville prison in accordance with the terms of their contract and that on and after ti day the State must ar range to provide for the surplus of Suit lias alabout 100 prisoners so been filed for a rescission of their contract with the State on the ground that the resolution of the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund passed a few weeks since ordering within the walls the few convicts at the Eddyville prison who work on a farm in which the company invested 11000 to raise provisions to feed the convicts is a clear violation of their contract and will subject them to heavy looses At a meeting of the Commissioners Wednesday to take the matter into consideration a resolution was passed instructing the War den to look after the feeding and clothing oi the excess not pro vided for by the company -- Â¬ Below will be found a list of adver tisecl letteis for the week ondlB Oct 20 1894 Moss Lillie Brown Guaires Curry Robert it Margin Rubin Dudgeon James McCloy Pies Moscoe Annie Doan Ed Ellist Miss Queen Morgan M E 2i Givings John Miller Mary Best Indigo Blue Calico McGowan Clara Graham R H Best Colored Calico Gavins Thomas McFarland B F Good mtou Flannel Ross Jno Green W W Hawkins Robert Sanders Henrv L G iod Bfd Ticking Healy Geo C Stewart Henry Heavy Yard Wide Briwu Cotton Herman Authur Vance J F ii Yard Wide Blenched Cotton good Wilson Robert Hall Willie Johnson Bettie West Miss Nancy Good Comfort Johnson Lizzie B Yards Wide Sheeting When calling for these letters say S B Holmes P M advertised - Eur MTlOLSJtk 41 5 cent to 5 3 1 12 1 Â¬ For Went This is the lowest orice ever made on these A large stock oi Dry Goods cheaper than ever known goods streets U V Williams Pres Board of Education G T Blacklev Sec It May Do as Much For You Mr Parsonage The Presbyterian Washington street opposite the Methodist Church containing six The house rooms and kitchen has been recently repaired and imNew sanitary plumbing proved and bath room added For terms apply to H H Watson at Deposit Bank CLt 19 iw J LR0 Oct 5 a ni flMMOUBl Tirmntitfcyrmi invrTi Â¬ ttttt Â¬ Â¬ The First Ice Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tin Bridge Pier- - The picis under the St Clair street bridge have been removed to the level of the river and how to remove them to a depth of seven or eight feet below the wateis surface is the question that now Now gives a pause to the work is the time to complete the work before the river rises and the speed iest and surest way perhaps to do it is to have this pool closed for a day or two and the water drained Lieut Watterman could do this as a means of removing obstruc- Â¬ tions which might if not taken away prove dangerous to navigation Â¬ Â¬ Paralyzed Agnes Logan sister of Judge Geo C and Capt E M Draine suffered a slight stroke of paralysis of the left side Mon day evening while calling at the residence of Mrs Nannie Duvall on Shelby street and had to be carried to the residence of Judge Drane upon a couch placed in the She has been improvomnibus ing since and it is hoped will soon be up again Mrs Â¬ Â¬ The first ice of the season i1 of Irving 111 writes that he had a severe kidney formed Sunday night on stagnant trouble for many years with severe pains in his back and also that his pools of water to the thickness of bladder was affected He tried many a knife blade A COMPLETE LINE OF so called kidney cures but without any good resnlt About a 3ear ago Lady Teacher Wanted he began the use of Electric Bitters RUNNING HORSE GOODS and found relief at once Electric imiers is especially adapted to cure Wanted a lady to teacn in a all kidney and liver troubles and Drivate familv in a countrv home ALWAYS OX HAND oiten gives almost inscanc reuei uneitWould prefer one who has lived trial will prove our statements Price only 30 cents for large bottle in the countrv holds a first cl is- At P H Carpkntirs drug store 6 certificate has had expenehc in -mm KMin teaching and not under twenty LOriSVI LliKTOUAClO MA II years of aqe Xo letters answered KET For particulars see Mrs Janus Goins at Labrot Grahams FURNISHED BY GLOVER St DURRETT Distillery Woodford county LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE 6 im Sales on our market for the week just closed amount to 3300 hhds with receipts tor tun same period ot 004 liirths hhds Sales on our market since January 1st amount to 137214 hhds Sales Tindkll Monday to the wife of the crop of 1893 011 our market to tins date amount to 130410 hhds of Mr John Tindell a son OX MA1X STEET TO Our market throughout the week has been irregular and weaker for A Quarter Century Test common and medium grades of bur ley and we find it necessary to lower For a quarter of a century Dr quotations on some grades The following quotations fairly rep Kings New Discovery has been tollBasement nf the Capital Hotel resent our market for barley to ed and the millions who have re ceived benellt lrom its use testily 10 baceo 1893 crop its wonderful curative powers in CoTThev will til this spaco with an entire new advertisement in Trash dark or damaged 2 50fo 3 50 diseases of throat chest and hint1 tobacco um5 00 A remedy that has stood the tesi hosluri Common Colory trash 4 00 long and has given so universal siv Medium to good colory Each hot 5 00c i 00 faction is no experiment trash Common lugs not colory 4 50fi 5 50 tie is positively guaranteed to give 5 50i 8 50 relief or the money will be refunded Common Colory lugs It is admitted to be the most reliable Medium to good colory Trial bottles 8 50ii io 00 for coughs and colds lugs Common to medium loaf 9 00M 12 00 froo at P II Caupkntkhs drugi store 1 12 50i 10 00 Large size 50 cents and Medium to good leat FOR 10 uum 18 00 uoou co lino leaf umbrellas and For trunks 18 00 wrappery 25 00 Selector valises cheap call on I would rather trust that medicine Mkachkk Marshall A full First term of ensuing eir will begin September 12 1S94 than anv doctor I know of savs 6tf Mrs Hattie Mason of Chilton Carter course of study in Co Mo in speaking of Chamber JLIKMAN UKLKK FUKNCI1 LATIN ENGLISH SPANISH LITHKATUKE Fred Miller Black L rilJSM FINE HBK a J SADDLES DEALERS IX jjtt SON TROTTING and 232 ATIT STISEIET1 JACOB SWIGERT CO Â¬ Have Removed From the Bafzell Building 101 AND 102 ANN STREET - Â¬ Â¬ I I I FROMF 8T - CILLEH YOUNG IvADIES ART MENTAL Â¬ Remedy For sale by Pim Cakimon TCK South Side Druggist lains Colic Cholera and Diarelnva Tobacco Sticks For Sale 50000 oak and hickory tobacco Apply to J V sticks for sale Chrysanthemums Tor Sale Â¬ Boys Admitted to the Acatlemic Department illsell Persons wishing Chrysanthe 51 tl Full Pri Prepare for admission to best Colleges and Universities mum plants choice vaiieties Three lots at Thorn Hill all ad- Â¬ joining for cash or will sell For terms and further information apply to All the latest styles in soft and mary course also io p tted and ready to bloom can them separately at 55 each stiff hats at ID- - ZD- T 23 proem c them by calling at 421 1 II Mousi MiiitR Marshalls Second sttect Roundabout Office 207 Second Street Fronting liridge 1 Wet feet sore throat diphtheria Gaines 49 tf and doctors bills Wear our shoes For Rkxt Pleasant rooms for A good home most pleas- Â¬ and be sived A first class college in every feature rent 322 Steele street South antly located in which mot careful attention will be given to the culMkagiiek Marshalls Side 6 tf ture health and comfort of pupils Mrs Walticr R Franklin Â¬ Â¬ UELSAUTE MUSIC ELOCUTION CONVERSATION ELEMENTS OP PHILOSOPHV ETHICS CRITICISM POLITICAL ECONOMY HISTORY NATU RAL SCIENCES MATHEMATICS AHLE EFFICIENT FACULTY PRIMARY HRANCHES COMPOSITION Baumes IEresident t rt 4f rffr - ii VaWl jaUniim1wiiMWi iHtawiriiiti VH1 Wrt ijftirtmiiiiwflllttl MftlpM t BROWNIES And BROWNIES IKT- - BROWNIES THE WI DK A Stick Pins Hat PinsRings Spoons ZMIstn Otlaer 3KT rTrs- oveltiee at - WAKE J1 Mi over who T3ae ITowcct Tilings as Seen as 3Caaaiafactvurod u dead and As Cleveland a visiting lady from FRANKFORT OCTOBER 20 1894 recently replied to the remark of T1IK LOCAL PKKSS a gentleman that he didnt want to see the day when the ladies A Word in lis Praise and What Then Jts United Ktlort Has Accom Â¬ here would ride a wheel prepare to die before you must plished and Will Yet Brinir Forth spring for the Frankfort ladies g ing to allow narrow Newspapers as well as people are not ftY1 silfrr1 rtrt nil t r mr are sometimes entitled to mtlCll r so far behind the ladies of Lotus- more Credit than they receive and il - riiiiiiiiti Pleve hnrf and a thoiurh it is not becommcf to sound where for two or three ones own praise it is hoped it other cities years i ne scx nus uct u aiiumig i will be looked upon as pardonable the Jioys and health promoting in a review ot the mat ked advance- of their husbands exercise fi ir u mem uiciuv u iu iiiiMui l iiuiii friends and the past few years thiough the brothers i cousins united effort of the local piess lovers Less than three years ago the press Llh or Death began to urge the lighting of the l f ltimntMliiLi tit it It allillltil ItU lltl streets by electricity the gianting Iersto0I b perv0lls 0se kWneH rt iluthe of the riht of wav to a Street that this condition of things Is lliullj Inductive car company to run cars by elee- - btIllllct mains disetes diabetes nibuminu er obstinate tricity the passage of an Oldiliance rla are all diseases of aand all nine a character fatal tenIn their matuie since to construct sidewalks on the ency They often binie the most puatlced cfturntitfl lAiiirtiltaw ftf it i Lilt tittl tlin ittnct-boulhbde and the iiprovement of all others where needed and to sa when the kidneys begin to discharge their Inactively with Hostetters stoiuach the building of an elegant new functlo isthe danuerons tendency Is checked Ultlert household inedlslne for iron bridge to take the place of Verv Useful alsoof Is thiscommon occurance con the those ailments wood- stipation biliousness dyspepsia and nervous the aged and dangerous old a safeguard against malaria and ness It aveits chronic rheumatlMU en bridge across the Kentucky The continual harping on these TI1K GOVEHXMKXT HV1IA 1XG imperative steps to progress event enough to vally awakened interest A New Holler and A Ladies formulate action and though the Waiting lioom dlliplctc the sidewalk extensions both on the Xeeded Improvements are not North and South Sides ihe Tudor Boiler Co of Cin- complete no eitv of the sie of Frankfort is better lighted has a cinnati which s cured the contract supeiior sttect car svstem or can or the new boiler at the United produce anv similar public inv States Government building icboil- provement equal to the new iron moved the -old rand burnt out i a mc wCCk One step forward invites er me him bridge placing a new and a second and ftnallv demands a now at work i in superior one in the basement and third and lourth The contract price this wav the n repress made has tnat building caused the building of many new was 444 for the boiler and work adjusting it in its position residences and the painting afresh This is but another improvement and rnairinfF of man v old ones Depu- and will not pause until bicki which Mr Ben T Farmer street are laid a new and commo- - ty Collector and Custodian of the having dious depot built an elegant State building has succeeded in with the done this year and still another House commensurate needs and greatness of Kentucky a mucn neeoeu waning room out loafing room at is erected and capital foieseeitig of the general the advantages of the location of the left hand corner of the front Frankfort alter the completion of entrance containing ladies toilet the Kentucky liver improvement apartments at Mr farmers re to navigation will find large in- - quest has been passed upon and vestments here in all kinds of approved by the Government In manufactories furnishing employ spector and will in all probability ment to many thousands of opera- - oon be in course of prepara tion to complete the improve- tives ments of the year which have l UOM MENS IIKADS made the building one of the Ladies Prepnirlnsr to jret Wheel handsomest small Government and Hide lor Jov and Health buildings in the country I ROUNDABOUT city will have great advantage the thousands in Louisville Entered at the post oflleeat FranklortKentncky are limited in their ride to a nssecoiw eiass inauauie mauer - level roll over Third avenue GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub the Boulevard to Jacob park FRANKFORT Notiu vn INKMN COUNTY COFHT coiutr ADM H IlilntllT Wm Coiiies Hhins lreiilnntN Hy virtue of nn onW In the above cause the Wm Coble declined creditor of nie lier hr notified to present their clnlini to me proen as wm FROST Should remind you that this is the time for 4 A Kirj required by Ihw or to nupenr before nie and prove tuelr claims on or before Tnmiir 1 1MI5 W UIJhKY Coiuuilsjioner F C C Oct 20 lni COAL HODS Which WEATHER STRIPS and DOOR MaTS POKERS FIRE SETS Iain offering at lower prices than evcrbefore stock of e Notice El Vtt T T M v1iritu nf m nr tlin uluit it t itica ta creditor of hd Lour deceased are hereby notl- iwi to present their claims t me proven as re uulrnd by ln on or before December 1 1MII W II 1OsEY i IlNt S ADM It tldliilln nviti Uvfti t ilafif liifMilimtd u In 1 KRA K N CI UIT COURT i Hardware Cutlery Etc oot32t commissioner Fcc BLUE GRASS NURSERIES M wsffgaRaMcaww 11 Orchard t FULL I I STOCK OF FRUIT mental Trees Shrubs Small Vines Asnaramis ami eerjthliiir Try at Mich an establishment We do not sell through iseiits but planter Catalogue on application H I MS I HARDWARE MERCHANT Garden AND 0RNA- - P GRAY county neople to visit their famous new All marked down to cash basis Fruits Jrme usually fuunil us on prices direct to the Ky veasey 11 m fmammsmasmtaamma Extend a cnrdl il imitation to all Franklin It Is xaoToc3-ie-Ai- 3 Whether they wish a photo or not as Oct 13 2t - 0ct6 3m HILLENMEYER the llnest ground floor gillery Lexliictuu 732 4th Avenue between Chestnut and Broadway LOUISVILLE KY studio In thefcouth or West i i - - 7 DR i W KELLEY OK CINCINNATI O will be at the KENTUCKY TOBACCO PHOENIX HOTEL IN LEXINGTON KY Â¬ Â¬ Saturday October 27 1894 Saturday November 10 1894 i Crockers Honest Fertilizers I will sell to any reliable man in ton lots for 45 per ton on eight months time with note without i ater est If you dont want a ton call and get a sample order Saturday November 24 1894 Saturday December 8 1894 HEMORRHOIDS vPiles cured without surgico operation and win little or no pain HEEERENCES Hardle Franktort Ky J A scott ianKioii Ay Anthony Leach HniiKlort Ky 1 T staten Jraiiktuit ny V Berberlcli Frankfurt K Kev L 1 Hulett Henson Ky A H Mcilure himiKfurt Ky V J uuhes Franktoit Ky W McKee - 1 1 DR KELLEYS office and residence Is at 26S West Eluhth street Cincinnati and where he may be found every dav of each week except SATUR- j as Duvlu Mooie M WitiirowlraiikfoitKy Â¬ Benson Ky G L HHNNEN W McKEE HARDIE DRUGGIST FINNELL DAYS Pamphlets describing thes diseases and the mode ot treatment sent tree to any one W I KKLLKY MD braddresslng 259 w Eight st Cincinnati 0 CONSULTATION FREE -- - Formerly of wakeiieid JHOATE L H choate - pT A J TTTTQAM U HALLS OLD STAND fR NKf ORT KY We keep a full line of 1TTLL DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES And cordially ask our friends to give us a call 1 1 HOGSHEAD CoiiKleton Ilros DOOHS riASH FACTORY W McKEE HARDIE THE PLANING MILL C L GAYLk HAVING tobacco FlKCHASKI Jan 21 li hosliead Inctorj ot Mesr I am prf uired to lnrnlsli SIUNGTKS TUHNEI WOHK HLINDS siTAlK WORK FitAMKS M O O TO- - IL KINllsOK Finish For a House as well ns tolmcco lioslieads Factory one and a half blocks from Post Olllcvon river iront A hhaieof imbllcpatronaKe Is solicited JOHN DRJSCOLL TIKEL - CHOATE Sept 2 FINNELL l IQUOft Four-year-ol- MERCHANT Opposite Capitol Square The ladies of this city are at last awakening to the delight and healthful exercise to be had in rid- ing a wheel and a number are rnt now ieariiini - iuu 11111114111 the purchase of these swift speed- By next spring 01 ing bikes summer it is safe to predict the pleasuies of wheel riding m tins rhv uill not bc confined to the men as in the past but be equally enjoyed by the ladies who will form riding parties and glide over these splendid roads up and down the beautiful hills from In early morn until dewy eve riders of this point of scenery the 1 J W Fnirhanks I eoa r Posts have for hale 2000 A No For CEDAR POSTS further particulars apply to me on my premises T N Arnold 1 - writes Postmaster at Mankato us as follows I nave taken out one package of your Dr Hales House- hold Tea una it is me nrst meuiumu For absolutely pure Whiskies Wines Bran- Â¬ c for medicinal and family use dies d Anderson Co Whisky 2 per gallon Older goods at the same low rate 235 Broadway May Jii tim t i good h rimm ir nnv For 30 years I liavo been troubled with liver and kidney tiou- beSf growing worse ull the time For the last 10 years I have not been able to do much or any work I feel dull Hieepy unci us though I could not stir j bowels would not move oitener thin onco weok After taking one package I am much better and ri ni Feb 2 tf YOU WILL REALIZE THAT THEY LIVE For dyspepsia constipation ull liver HV A W OfTLIMKI and kidney troubles etc it has no milK FAKM LATELY mllo east of Frankfort 1 Cromwell one half uuli onfv 2Ge mid BOc a package on Vtisillles turnpike The fnim lontalns H at P II Gahimntikh drug store u acres and Is well Hit In urnxa and wilted for dalu SlfnStt FOR RENT Poohethlon Klen on November phimosis lbt lbJI For terms apply to WM CHOMWKLL AllK 11 WELL WHO LIVE CLEANLY re IF YOU USE Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Worlds Fair Highest Award tf IeilG l SAPOLIO r 7PS Bnk abAsm- - vfWjd ti vi we trtfrim liWidH JAWi Nflfc- - 5 ru T MK E n rn en LJ ROOM FOR EOT H m W 9 Bn - STOCK rn rn r7rrr7rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr11nrt1rr tu i will for the next 30 days offer everything- in my CHINA DEPARTMENT m LJ n At greatly reduced prices A brand new lot of Lamps that will be just the thing thi fall at half their value Summer goods in my House Furnishing Department at greatly leuureu prices vjivc mo a can TOH3XT FRANKFORT FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT OCTOBER 20 184 T1IK XEW FLO IT K MILL V Mr L WVIscMilMM Addition to tho Muiuirtu- tuiinp Interests jrs Importunf The new four story flour mill and elevator on the river bank just below the Arsenal now in course of construction by Mr Louis Weisenberg will be a most important addition when com pleted to the manufactuing inter- Â¬ It will have all ests of the city machinery the latest improved both for elevating the wheat and making the flour and will be especially provided with apparatus to lift the wheat from boats or barges on the river by which means a considerable margin will be saved in the transportation and rehandling of the grain The capacity of the elevator will be 30000 bushels and of the It will mill 100 barrels a day cost Si 5000 and give employ Mr ment to about twenty men Weisenberg the owner is a mill wright and expeiienced in the business of building mills but as he is not a miller he proposes to lease the mill and already has a number of applications Irom The which to make a selection Â¬ for which Mr Weisenmachinery berg is now in the east to make the contract will arrive next month and the plant will be ready for operation within a few weeks thereafter Â¬ t formerly of this city as a factor in tvv the next convention of the Repubdisclosing too much UPHOL- Â¬ Our lican party to nominate a President STERED FURNITURE Basing his disbelief on the chances of his nomination on the point of Strong Witnesses We will notice offer Judge Hdilans birth and residence Among the thousands of testimonials of cures by Dr Miles New Heart in a State south of the Ohio river Cure is that of Nathan Allison a the writer concludes his letter as well known citizen of Glen Rock Judge Harlan would Pa who for years had shortness of follows breath sleeplessness pain in left side make a tine President indeed he Every piece of Upholstered Furniture in our stock consisting of Parlor slotilders smothering spells etc c Suits Rockers Kasy Chairs Sofas Come while one bottle of Dr Miles New Heart would make a strong candidate Care and one box of Nerve and Liver the assortment is unbroken Peter Jaqoet for the Presidency which is more Pills cured bim 1b another witness who Salem N J remarkable but I do not believe twtsiity years Hiiffered with Heart he will be nominated in 1S96 nor Diipase wa pronounced incurable by physicians death stared him in in an other year the lace could not lie down for fear of smothering to death Immediately Jtsa Mistake a for using the New Cure he felt bet Â¬ To neglect caring for a cough or cold ter and could lie down and sleep all Every time von cough you increase rnenrnrnenrnenrnenenencnen nitrlil and is now a well man The the trouble and soon an inflammation JainaLUiJaiaauatfJLJUJLJkaLj KauuLJuukUkiUBULULuuuuauuBa N- w Cure is sold altfo a free book by is started that in a short time is I J 3 2 V Gavle cn difficult to control Dr Hales House en nolo uougn rnre nas such a magic UJ en All fine shoes on C D or K effect upon a cough allaying all irri l en tation so quickly that every person rn width at ca in the land should always have a bot- rn en Mkagukr Marshall s tle of this wonderful medicine on en hand to begin taking at once upon rn It UJ the tlrst appearance of a cold rn costs only 25c and oOc a bottle at UJ rn a en fin it ur Instruction ami IMnno P H Carpknters drug store ua Â¬ delegates to the State Immi ration Conventioti which assembles at Louisville next Wednesday Their names are as follows Wash Crutcher W E Thompson G W Hall U Sheets and M B Forwood for the county Judge Go C Drane Saml R Smith Joseph L Rodman sr Judge Lysander Hordand WS Dehoncy for the city T Â¬ BTJ-OKT-ETI S- Fusiict Ilailan for Imsiricnt The Louisville Evening Post of list Tuesday contains a lengthy Washington letter from the Philadelphia Record on the claims of Judge John Marshall Harlan of the United States Supreme Court Â¬ YOU WANT TO GET lUST 02T THIS OFFER inventory REDUCED PRIGES R j until further greatlv at ROGERS SON ranarrnricarannnnrnn DON T BUY YOUR Â¬ Winter Boots A Shoes For school books and school Brady teacher of supplies call at will give lessons in Sax guitar Micauhkr Marshalls the tons celebrated method 6tf latest and most approved Pianos tuned and repaired First class hack Acnrs iv Torn out retlly worn For terms Or you are all Is fceneral debilitygood for nothreferences furnished Try ing it I HOS HITTERS c aoply at 318 Clinton street It willBROWNSctcanje your li er and give euro you I Tuiihir Henry rrr en rn CJ i Until you look at our stock cn UUi en en en ua I2H 15 Â¬ a good appetite en en en Cti UJ en Mans Boot for 8150 3 ti I Mens First Quality Whole- - en rn inn 133 CU CI3 stock Boot onlv are mw oxiues 8200 ca en En Going Uiuk to His Kegimenl of the United who has beer States Army stationed here for the past eight months will ask his discharge of Gov Brown on the ground that he has already accomplished all the good towards improving the State Guard he could possibly do and that the few months remaining of his years assignment would not enable him to add anything to his usefulness to the Kentucky ser- vice If he is relieved as he ex pects to be he will join his regi Â¬ ment at Fort Reno and have his wife who will visit her father in Belleville 111 to follow him later The Lieutenant and his wife dur ing their sojourn here have made many friends who will regret to see them leave the city but never theless wish that happiness and good fortune shall attend them wherever duty may call Lieut Kirby Three Leading Scientists Proclaim the Superior Value of en en en m Our Women and Girls ISonripping Snoes iui iuuu auu school cn en en en R K McGLURE SON Dr Prices Baking Powder Scientists are devoting closer attention to food products Recent examinations of baking powders by Prof Long Dr Haines and Prof Prescott were made to determine which powder was the purest highest in leavening strength most efficient in service and most economical in cost They decide that Dr Prices Cream Raking Powder excels in all the essentials of an ideal preparation for household use They write Chicago March sSth 1894 We have purchased in the open market cans of Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder and also of the other leading brands of baking powders and have submitted I en LIU en gig Boots Shoes Hats Books Stationery rnrnrnrnrnenr trnnnrnrirnrrj rnnrrnrnrnrnrnennnrncnencS ISJLlJUJLJkJUUUCJLULLiL hnuiub iULJUJljauJUUEt2BQlcu xISIr1oerI 17 IKT en 9 en cu na en cn KB en LiJ en ca en y m - Â¬ 109 Kt It n 23 90 kimmii WHAT DOES IT MEAN miiietum iiimlrirliurttat Iimlnnutt tu Ni IrKnn l iuilc Ciniiniiill tu Atlaut ur Jacksuuvillt KloriJa Â¬ them to chemical tint th Uunn iinl Crcirrnt Ioul ii U oillet hortit Ilutlmutl anl Itximton liailn ihurteat tincmiitl to Hit analysis We find that Dr Prices Cream linking Powder Is Delegates to the Immigration Convention County Judge Williams for the and Mayor Julian for county appointed five the city each tartar powder that is has a considerably greater leavening strength than any of the other baking a pure cream of hultlt llultihii SOLtD VESTIBULED TRAINS ihruiiKli N IftMi nialloftti8iitinl jnint HTt powders we have ever tested Prof John H Long Northwestern University Chicago Dr Waltkr S IIainfs Hush Medical College Chicago Prof Aliikrt B Prescott Univ of Michigan Ann Arbor Through Ciri tu VIctttlurK an I JhreTe tu Kuoiilllt iin Cincniniti ln Nrw OrliMijauj iieTilt Mrxim Piriii lino ti or l Shnwimrt M uviiit ulwiit tinirn tnCnlituriila From IviUHTlltr IiHriiiirliiiririlirit miutitum il uuJc ut Miluklvu Vlth t riiliilil traitj ti all 1 uiutj huutfi av llulv liim runniiif I Mitlilttiul ltimi huI fjnrAetut Lunasti r uixiaiov O u CJEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTC L 1 FL pmhfwwwji wo 4 V L It MARSHALL A JALVKS the Franklin Presbyterian C Tay- Â¬ Baptist CiirHfii llov Dciksy Edward Gray Dorsey Church near Bridgeport Franklin Kentucky since which lor the pastor will oficupy his pulpit the infant child of Mr and Mrs county morning at 11 and 70 she has been a pure and to morrow C V Doisey died at the resi nine p in failhful Christian in the true ense Sunciuy wehool in tho Chapel at 030 dence of his parnits in LaGrange of noble generous the word on Wednesday and was buried it a m ami charitable doing all the gm d Mrs the cemetery at that place in her power The dcspsed OltltlSTiAN Carmen Rev George Dor ey who is tlv di tighter l at 11 and Darsie preaches tomorrow though ver so filthy and Major and Mis II i Stanton tiamp Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a 730 ragged never was turned an ay share of the insuiance patronage Real estate bought sold or leased Peoples Society of and her husband have t sympa The Young With A good line of both city and country property for sale at all times mceth in the thy of a large circle ot hiends in hungry from her door Christian Endeavor malice toward none but kindness lecture room at UIZ this city in their affliction meets at 30 Sunday school and love for all she never made an A child of M B enemy in her life and no one was Dortox OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET Catholic Cjumck Rev Father Dorton died Weclnc d ty ever known to speak ill of her W E Uoroy the pastor will conduct Mr Wm Frkncii French She was earnestly devoted to Good ithe services at Church of the FARM FOR SALE one of the oldest and most highly home life holding and believing Shepherd to morrow Low mass at 730 a tn High mass respected citizens of Frankfort that womans sphere was confined TK OKFKK 1011 SALE A KINK l UKM OK i0 a m Vespers at 3 p m FARM F sentn acres with 110 iieres slttiiitt il 011 tlie icruetown turn died suddenly at his home Tuesday solely to the home bending her rMnlTl nlkiH miles lrom Kranltfort This Is vorv nrn uHnUul mi otiiif new mime cottnjjp of four rooms mini netcsiiiry improvements He had energies and endeavors to make ductile lntnl N urll liupruwri uliuiiilniitly mii- Episcopal Ciujkch The usual evening at five oclock 1IIHMI u1 01 SiIplhN ls eT W MOiok The nellilorhooi Is services at 11 and 730 to morrow will been in his usual health arc that that home pleasant and agreeable olitirchcnilstiiK solionN convenient andeuvllent and all Miri srMluilnTt be conducted by Rev H L Mc afternoon in company with his vif She firmly refused to leave the rmiinlliiK nttrurihc Cready the rector TANI WITH 130 1 PII rW OK JOOI IliipivveiiitMiis 3 and Mr W S Dehoney rode out precincts of home to meddle with mmtcni inHc from Kniiikfort Is olfered nt abuvaln ACRE FARM CllUKCH to the Forks of Klkhorn to attend outside affairs FlKST PUISHYTERIAX For this reason The regular services to morrow morn the burial of his nephew Mr she refused to affiliate with any of KINK lVNl fVmeats situated WITH Mun IMPUOVK- ing at 11 oclock and in the evening Wiekliffe Ouinn of Georgetown the many different societies of the otaMvd tor Mile Tlitneir Forks of Klkhorn Is A GREAT BARGAIN Mc by Rev at 730 conducted taini Is noil adapted to VKAME orKlUEl IN NEW TWO stock At the Foiks it was discovered county so attractive to many all niMiiL or ulll rah lino tob icco as well as ISresidence of euii looms amiTOItY writ of L two Clusky Blayney D P the pastor 1l other crons suited lor this climate Will Thorn Hill This propottj - Mcolj lo land at cated twilling on the Owenton Mirnplke and that Mr Otiinns remains were to ladies or to exercise the rights of on easy paynwnts will be sold on wefkl paMiien s to the ilht Mithoist CmiKii Rev F S be buried in Scott county and as suffrage when extended to her in jinitj It uotMtid Inimidlatel will rent at a low lljjure Pollen the pastor will occupy his Mr French had begun to feel unthe municipal affairs of the city in pulpit to morrow morning at 11 well he got out of the carriage which she once resided always oclock and in the evening at 730 cottaui ok fouu boomseheao Sunday school meets at 930 a m and went into the residence of saying her husband could do the TjIRami Hill Tills monerts I1 lie sold at Thorn ml Epworth League convene- at 7 p Mrs Greenup to rest on a bed WP elsv IlOme ts only a small cash Voting While Slie attended to licr aymiiit lielm uiiiuoIaIUi the balance paid l TWO arOHY KKAME UESIDENCE OK an in the clats room He became quite ill there and duties at home t scen room- - with tre grounds on Murray She leaned ut ekl stieet sjoutli Mile medical attention was summoned SOITHKKN PKiS15YTERIAX CHUUCII upon her husband with childlike Rev D Clay Lilly the pastor will but eventually such relief was ob- simplicity and confidence to man occupy his pulpit to morrow morning tained as to induce the belief that age all secular affairs never once 7itviin tayiou avkxii and the at 11 oclock and at 730 p m offered lor Mile JJ river are on a yood twenty on eas term he would soon recover from the raising the question Theie Sunday--ohoo- l why this adjoin lots aruDtaneV propeitj foot street and at 930 ude attack rOTTAfiESUlKOim ROOMS change or that but simply affjxing TWO KIUMKTavlor avenue on This Is gooil Local Xote propeitj and will be sold on easy payments to The party then returned to the her signature and acknowledging II j 011 are luteietel come th iljsiit prt quick The large saw mill of Judge W city and Mr French shortly after any instrument presented by him L Pc uce in Bellepoint ha been arriving home and just after his with childlike trust and confidence FIXKFAHM OK aid ACHES LO- r - n road upon whieli there N KSNlLY idle for the pat two weeks owing wife had given him a diink of Mie leaves one Child Mrs W C turnpiketed 8 lnlles from Kruiklort a on a oodbilrkreslrooms roiitiis and to the building of a new lo eleva- witcr attempted to recline on a KllOX Ot bail IlailClSCO and a deneeof 5necewirja tenineiit ot fourTills luntl Is ONKOKTIIKUEST HUStNKSS ESTAIJLISH lioproements allother consNtim ofood clean Ina hUh state of cultivation the lnipuienieiit couch when he gasped once or tor husband One Sister Mrs iatv In lino condition andlnoiilerto make stock of i Is and a well esfibllshed prolltablo trade This Is a lle opportimitx for a man with iiutcK sale will beoireivd at a bargain capital who an- - tuicu nd died before assisance Robson of LaCirange Kentucky Oar Uncle Dudley could rrach him pearedat 1heOperaH011se Mon- Mr Wilcox and a a sister The deceased was born in this day evening v fully up to ami- brother M S Milam of Oakland J JCj Jt 1ear the Forks of FIk cipations and was greeted by the Cflnt loss while her Cal to mourn her Ma-VTORY l87- - He followed sweet and entle spirit has waited irrHVOSTOKYKKAMEHESinENCKOKCHOOMS iui- - rilWO 14 acresBRICK RESIDENCE OKS ROOMS e audience horn Invest and 1 X on Lewis street with lot 5 by ior teet ot land In RrldKepoit and This i fi Is Viri tnlii ilitii niinitv Is Rood piopertyiiiid is ottered at a bargain ithe business of a farmer and stock of tle season to Heaven to join her little trader and many years ago rein A blaze Thursday morning Dannie who left her in moved to Illinois and thence to a house on the corner of Wilkin the eld Kentucky home years Nebraska where he remained for son and Hill streets belonging to aao And now the little home on WWII about twenty years Upon his re Mrs Annie Wells was quickly The little earth is broken up for extinguished by the fire depart- Â¬ turn to Kentucky he engaged divided Mother family is equally njTrinjTruTnnjajxrumnjiriruTr a while in farming and then came he loss wn- f mail ment and son in Heaven father and Frankfnrr mil v i fl rrH tn daughter left alone on earth to Mr lohn T Murphv on Thurs- Assistant Jipstaft by the Judges mourn without the re training dav shipped sixteen head of trot of the - ouit of Appeal which sanctifying and purifying influence cert And pacers to Chicago to oe position he held for twenty yeais sou next weex at tlie Jnrr com Hi- wife who was a daughter of of a wife and mother A iMinber of them M r Iaup VVinrit bination aie Johnson Miss Mary Johnson r rirajfr1 October have records lower than 220 MiHhto M W S died Saturday morning There wa a good attendance Dehoney his brother Mr Wick- - 13 1894 at the home of her Mr J S Magill last Thursday night at the resi Hffe Frenchf of the Korks ofi brother-in-ladenceuf Major Alex Grant at the iriimn with iarltrr MiJon Cross street Theherdeceased T bed for niht 01 tut iMiisien ivccpuns to Laura of this citv and Mrs Logan had been confined to a the effects injuxnjuuirLrujxnjfnivxruruvvuwurwsinrL be given this autum and winter McKeCt of Cincinnati and his some limerom1 7 Sdten a fa K buthf r death iby the Ladies of Ascension Church Miss Flossie randdnuihter caused by neuralgia of the Guild and other relatives sur- - and French Her funeral took place heait On VVedneid ys and S iturdays vive to mourn his loss morning from the Metho- I The remans were buried from Monday of each week the Rectors Aid of will have on the Baptist Church of which the dist Church Ascension Church Mookp - Mrs Mary Moore niuunrJinruiuuuuunnjTJnnrruvJnrLnjnjr display and for sale in Mrs Haffs deceased was an earnest and con- nnnnnnniuinnl died at the home of her husband store on St Clair street a fine lo of sistent member for more tnaii m om m iir iMJilll L mumem icncjyim g salacts canes pies anu orner eigni years past nie pastor Kev on Sunday aged 28 years W C Taylor assisted by Rev J kind of prepared food- Willis Quire died g qlUE JMcCluskey Blayney of theJPres- - jSui7day at his home in the Bald g The Cincinnati Enquirer of Saturday last contained a number bytenan Church conducted the Knob neighoorhood JUUuxlrLnIsulIuuuuuJJJUJUJriJJUJIJuuu nrLnsuJuxtusnrLniufim Jn jfaetor of dispatches from point- in Indi- - services in the presence of a large A Gr ana Ohio West Virginia Tenn number of the friends of the TIlO QllCMMI 11111 ClfSttlll liOlltl tll6 0 rtHIIllV KtlllliltOrH UTS Ml Aa linrlr tn -- llJtiHllHtbHIoflctoi of tlie nice audi T1IK lilC l OLlt ItOlTK essee and lventucKy tne purport J nuiklln Miles Hass the J5ot iVrininal Fuelli- iMr reiKlfnx Dr Invites inquiries in regard to Sum Â¬ off which was that business was its resting place in the cemetery mer Resorts on its line in the pictur popular workB we cannot helpde- ils at eiih utfo Mrs Calvin iHViiiu- him 10 uu aiiiuu Hockknsmitm One of esque mountains of Kentucky Ten- ve rv good at all points nic iiiwnw Tho lino nessee and Alabama the was from this city and stated Ilockensmith of Peaks Mill died All trains enter Chieago on cue 1111- - 11K3es Holds the nei Kiinufamous battlenwirrn ivrni hiuad- - iioIh Contral traokH iilong six miles ot Miuioi that all the distilleries here were at her home Tuesday of typhoid a stniiifjer toour readoru nfi--tlie Lake Front through tho most Uhickamauga and Lookoul Mountain --Her remains were interred ve rusem ent in operation and that the number fever picturesque portion of tho city and They are surrounded by charming Lho lact that this eleeant work on land passengers in tho inagnilicent summer resting places at Burnside of unemployed was o per cent lat bwiter y iuuwu u Vhivmo iit1 IloiH niDiiuun lu fllH New Central Station on Twelfth street Cumberland Falls High Bridge linn inn ajjc less than at the same season lor Hoikks We clip the following tributed free by our enterprising and Lake Front This station iseon Itugby Rhea Springs Lookout Moun- Â¬ irutit W Gayle Trial bottlet venient to tho Auditorium lttehelieu tain Springville Alabama and other II this is a from the Sonuma Coumy Tribune a everal years past nf iT Milw Nervine aro Livon awav Victoria and Leland Hotels and with- 1- points tIr rxf tin tit is i f r iww Low railroad rates - Charming tan sample 01 me accuraey w l lealusouri Lai JJieu at ner nisoauooKor tosiimouiuiH Hiiowing wauasn is unequalled lor nervous hirnoi uauio jjiues anu mo- mountain homes Perfect rest and i that it all the corrcipoiulenee the whole home near tins pace at 4 o clock n0n lltion headache poor memory South Side Elevated Railway Con- quiet Hyde diziiieM HhieplesHneBH neuralgia veniont stops are also made atPwflntu Wo invite correspondence cheer- Â¬ mav be considered a huee- - l 111 UClDDCr Ulll ailUI cl llllet 1UUU i utwnt- mirl Irl- fully giving tho information desired Second street Stations joke ing and painful illness of two long for the purpose of having you arrange iiiagniucoiiu vcsumiiou irains to sjieud your summer recreation on lit or niiim vcar montn - Mrs baiall Jmi I I iimtco aKl Parlor Oars Wagner Sleeping Oars our line CliiuihCloiiK LIIV Awav Private Compartment Bullet Sleep- wife of our es- Milam Hodnes W O Rivhaiison G P A Cincinnati Ohio a very larKe stock otccmcd fellow H C We have citizen T1C dCCCahCd WaS b0ni H0dgCSSri SSlTot should read via tho Big For train No this morning s at velv lou n Kentucky the Midland will sell tickets to pnees K O McCouMicK Pass Trallic Mgr Georgetown and return at one March 14111 b4 cnnn aitei at- - oniiiMieyiHuiiilei ii ss J R maiitinUoiiI Pash Co im i uy Sam D Johnson iriwihts 0k Tld Agt fare Account foot ball game O Big Four Uouto Oineinnatt itniiiinK womanhood she united 7 it IMlLllilOL Dcntli t with 6 MARSHALL CO Â¬ s Real Estate and Insurance AgS c Â¬ FORSALE M T 260 iijJlii A Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ For Sale FORJEHT I - Â¬ Â¬ FORJALE -- fgrsale J Â¬ FORSALR FORSALEi CO j 11 j OA Lj best-nlea-e- 111 tour-year-ol- d Â¬ RSHALL 1 - -- - ifntinf w Tinware j Â¬ Mantels and Grate JEo-w-ca- r 3T1T STEEET i I - j - j j - fi nnlfl H Â¬ - JLmw 1 1 Plr w 1 k 1 llli in IlMi-ti-Kin- - hitnnSl - I j J1JIKr W fflKM - Vr ti J I U-uSi- - a4 s llLiMhuiiLiLti ife if -- - v i jjiiiniii iiiinmi- V- IT mn v n jiiiii immmmmtm lymyytegfi ura iniiiiiiT ilfi nifi -- til ii ritr tfiariitiffTift1tirfff lii i i i bjggkf UfoftflfrUfi A bLito i iis wiMW J 7 HflWlWiffirtffVreaWWf AWJ HJWiCaaVVWKCUJWWHlff J WJtWAWIPWIBWW WWKfCTWWWPBl 1 JMCPMiFJULUlM raarmuuranffwrmoian JfTFhil KKLIi TWKXTV KKKT Yotiii- Miitrimmiltil - j v SpHoim Ai HiIimk Frank Johnson Mel u WlilW- - IMd- Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and r frrcliinsr to the tate and nt gently yet promplly on the Kidneys Liver and J3ewels cleanses the sys tem electnally dispell coltls lieial- caping without injury but Johnso i Rogeks Colkman The Cou i ier aelics aim levers and euros littliiltiul And all l nits NORTH aiil WEST fell over the side of the bridge Syrup of Figs is the Journal of Wednesday contained conatipatiois of about twenty the following report of the a height remedy of its kind ever pro- hicrd nleainj to the ttito and ac- Vestibuled Trains v nomas i a id wedding upon a guard wi feet of Mr Dining Car Services t0 Hmtonmch prompt in from tlr wounds on his he id and Rogers of this city to Miss Mar- - M rrion Mu truly beneficial in it Palace Chair Cars lla- prepared only from the moH face he evidently struck the wall garet Colemair of Louisville Pnlman Buffet Sleaperp head fo rem U lie wt j picked up The prettv honi- - wedding of manv ttn ngPeenblo Pnlroirw ito excellent fatalities commend it unconscious aiil brought to his of Mr I horn is IVttt Rogers of fo ln ftnl inv lta8 k th irsf Anl Only Firt Clvs Accommodations Margaret For Further Information Address home where Dr Alvin Duvall was hrankfort and Miis rcmoiv aiWn Colem in took place at 230 p m roriir 0f s jor svrp n goc He summoned to attend him yesterdiy at the residence of the1 and 91 bottles by all leading drujr- was resting ensy vesterdav a id brides parents Mr and Mrs K A ists Any reliable dvupyiit who BLBwdCPa W 6 Crnsh D partly conscious not have it on hand a ill pro J Coleman of 14 13 Secoml street flte bride is a very p pular and me it promptly for any one who LOUISVILLE KY ck Will to try it JJo not accept any attractive j oung worn in and wore 5r tc nt The new building of Mr John a becoming gown of seal brown CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO cloth trimmed in bluette velvet R Todd at the north end of tlu with hat and gloves to correspond UulsmirANmcY0BX JiisHarkpiG P AjClnraiio 111 St Clair street bridge has been I he CLiLinoiiv wis nLrmrniLd hv completed and turned over by tin-- irj K L i0vcj The attend- - T T TWTe rtTa m contractors and Mr Todd is now ails were Mis- Antve Lummnia ivrTTYr flWn I he unpacking and arranging his new and Mr h trl Rogers Only direct line ijelwen lors were tasefully decoiated in Oct 23 to Cincinnati and re stock upon the shelves preparatory ferns and cosmos these being used lurn at S225 children Si 25 CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT to throwing opui his store to also in the dinimj Aits toom - on Tuesdiy or Wednes Uct 24 to Lout vtlle and rer irn Viort st and utilcicest tputwen customerSophia Olin played the wadding account ot the Immi- - Frankfort fteorgetow Co who narches during the cercmonv at onc Messrs Avery day Sa who re- Mrynn of Lexington a ganger i1 sides on Cross stre t met with painful if not fatil accident Thurs- - the United States revenue service day morning In companywith Jas and a brother of Mrs Wallace Finney and James 1ence he was Sheihv of L- xington who former riding on a wagon loul of iuy y resided here along the Ltwrenceburg turnpike Leslie Mr Gavli Duton when one of the wheels cime of G ivle and Miss Sirah M Dilton on tle slon j bri 1jfo over Richard were married vednesd y afternoon branch just on the otlier side at the residence of the brides sons Tu uncle Mr James M Wakefield ofSiffells dstilleiy th- - tip of on the Glens Creek pike Rev M were precipitited fr m the hiv Fitriev and Vnc es M Polsgrove officiating j Youiu Frank Johnson It is siitl the cniaircmtjllt announced of Miss Mnllie Duall daughter of IMrs Virginia Duvall to Mr George HkVan is HiVUI NOTICE Wl 11 SIT TO UK crrvBcuisH tllP tstiteof Htiick V IoiiiillMiii mm ii firm mill IiiilUlilmlb nt linl II Win Ilolts law ollki IriiKloif K on Oitolicr jtli iiiiiI IOitKitu mo Kinrf iis isieiismiiimem- ifiitilriH JOHN rllOl J T JOHN UOYIiK -- HKhivr 31 r ainst fi U R R W R Vij iTHK r - iH MIsSLHIPit VAtUY HOfTI tMig j TftS - - 1T22IS ONIVoNK r7--j- MS LlitBf NlfHrSHDB MEMPHIS MOS T - j mm Â¬ i LOUISVILLE TQ boot 13 IS TUB PKRKKfT hEUVICB ro The direct and 1opular Line to MEM PUTS tnnj pi fill If n U YJCKSBURN new ANijALfNr oeleas suiiiwgsio by mm aiio Tickets diil if Tlok t Aneiit ofall Inloniiiitlim fuinMicil any Kalluay Co M not 1 - oqtl W J Mc BRIDE v Tr iliu Lish Aiiiit Lontsvlllp Ky j 1UV r iiTil lt Mr T B LYNOII V iit r ilsvlllc Ky jg s0 OpiMit iy Y A - p-ir- - Kentucky Midland Rj A lliiiiilliiilr rp i tlonsftrlrtlvco iflfloiitlql tormntlou conct rninir und lio v to o tuln tUom spnt Iron Al Iurciit o n cntaloauu ot mcLhan icni nnusciuntitc tjooks ent free Co rocelro Iniuns tiiKen tliroii2ti Alunn rivumi iiuiicuiiiniiu cirniiiic WiiiM jcnn and tbiis uro brotiaht widely butnrjthi putilluivitli pat cnt to tlio Invf ntor This fcolondtrt rarr arcet rjiculntlna of anyscluntltle uork n fbe siiTlil a year Sample copies onr irco Uulidlne IMItion ninntlilv year di Io cqiiics ctiit i every number contains Ujii tltul piates lu colors nnd pliotovraplis ot ti w jioues with plans enubllnir builders to show the latent closing ami semo coctracti Addros MUXX CO onTAIN A IMTTAT For a optnlnn Trrltu to nivrir und un honest ucurlv titty cc IO nho Imvo hnd vf irs LtpPiluncolntlia pitcnt Vimniiiiilrii pronijit 11 1 CAS J COPYRIGHTS bultus jila -- i Mi7 Yoiik ail Duoiiwr Mfvtrs rm Â¬ were the contractors for the erection of the building have done their work well and given Mr Todd a first class job and he has one of the best arranged neat and most inviting confectionery es With tablishments in the city his double ice cream or oyster parlors connected with the bake shop and candy room in the base- Â¬ ment by means of a dumb waiter he can serve a larger number of customers and his handsome and cosy new quarters are bound to be more popular thin ever before and there will be a rush ol busi- Â¬ ness as soon as his doors are thrown open to the public Â¬ After the ceremony light refresh me its were served to the guests j Diphtheria Jneronvmjj- - Diphtheria or diphtherietic sore throat or what ever name should properly be applied to the dangerous malady that has prevailed in this city for month pist appears to be increasing to such an alarming degree as to again necessitate the closing of the schools They should not have been re opened before the disease had been completely stamped out and it is hoped this time by proper flag- Â¬ ging and the strictest quarantine 330 p m on October 30h iroit jli nun Toledo jJlfJ from Clcvtliuid tor nit vouii trip nniiuiinr inwiN mid irrespective of the class or condierths Avi1 iUlut by tmvel place to find cliil- - mg on tin I The onliest tlcwtiiijr iKthnw The tion ot the persons affected and s shoes m all styles at lowest attractions of i trip to Hit- Vnrklnw lvion dren fumigation of the prices a thorough art nti uimMd TJii1 Wand itself is a grand lomaiitic pit ith diinnic most in holies in which the disease exists Mkxgmek Maksiiall vigonitini T ncxi rfril naMiiirvr the work of entirely eradicating 6tf sieinnis nave jiit ti vn limit lor tin uppt r Hike ionic costing 00K inch the disease nnv he mirrmlnl Halos Housr hold Ointment They aw equipped with every inouin eonvenietiee imiiunciatois bath rooms before the School Hoard again Ts tllG rtnest remedy in tlio world it ilhiininited ihiuiighout by electiicity upciib tin wrlimilc r yttaranteed to he the grandest It absolutely cures catarrh It cures Kiwi7T- Ol Cures- lanw I1l Mfet Meamers on 1iesh water NeuralKia iiml Khoumatism Ill iim PfUtll PHftulSL- - mncfin Hueou HnlrRlwnn- illtl- sliMUHjrS fllVOllllilv foillIMlli with in tho most soocliiiiK manner Ciiros the rctt oeum hneidm eoiiblritetum and our lups per wtek heUein The angel of death hovered Inllnmod and Granulatetl Kvolidrf SK1I 1111111 l n tWIIHII inn Mlln Imi lw i Ignm e lll lllll iIIIIIIT1 IIIHMIMIIM rl OVi i the hxecutive MatiMon yc- Pttoskey CJiieaflo Soo Mar- taken interiiallv A positive sieciuc I1 Uaiiy between terday a ftemoon and Miss Susan for pneumonia Outs BruisesJ Burns liinil iriil ii itiil ltiil lull ti ii iCleve- r it niii liro The minus nn ois auirhter of Gov loin r 7rtttirU Handiiiul those Meameis aie dc YotiincJJrovnwasmomentnrilve- - diilbront from all else superior to all lll m conpluto entetnitment of h nQ 7 ytJHler homo coiuUtioiit the pal Cted to cross the cinric river She Liin o size cheapest Sold at P IT the litxnty of the ap- l 8 Cakitintkus dru store jjiakes traveling on thesu piiatiaciiKPUt nibucLii ill for manv inoiuiih out enjoyable Send for Times are hard and shoes yesterday morning it became evi iniMrmod kcnptivi pamphlet Address A Sciiiyk dent that the end was near and cheap at P T A D Jc C iMkagiikk Detroit 31ich Maksiiaii relatives at a distance were sum- 6 tf moned to her bedside ioodveir Welts in all stvl s Milos Norvo and Livoi Pills from 2 5c up Little Mary Saffell daughter of All guaranteed gOOUSat W S SllTLli Who Ml w U nmn niiin -illlH Ant v wwsi 44VV ll HUH III lillyiiU - hxi nlilllllir UilllllilllK Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ couple left for their future home in Frank fort where tt e groom is engaged in business Miss Hallie Stephens and Dr Coleman of this city were pres ent at the wedding Sckoggins Warfield JohnW Scroggins and Miss Alma Frances Warfield were granted a license to marry on Monday Sparrow - Hrkwer County Tin Xichohtsvilh Trit Clerk Smith on Sunday issued a On account of the Jesiatine marriage license to Win T Spar County Trotting ami Rcord Aket- row and Miss Mame E Brewer the nig Uctober 30th and 3 both of this county Queen descent Routr in its Suddutii - Young Sylvester usual liberal manner comes out Sudduth obtained a license from with an announcement of reduced County Clerk Smith Monday to rates from all Kentucky points on C the 0 Ask agents for full wed Miss Sally Young particulars rates schedules etc V WnEELiiu BiAKEMORii Invita Cha Zell D V A CincinV C Rinearsou G Ohio tions were issued here this week iti cmnau unio for the uurricge of Miss Cora l Blakemore daughter of Mr and Men s boys and youths winter Mrs George Blakemore of the boots low down at Meagheu county to Mr Wallace V Wheel- Marshalls 6 tf er of Louisville a traveling sales- man for Bridgeford Co of that spknd your orxixo ox Tiiju uiskat i akks city The wedding will take place Plcturesquo 3Inckinip Islaiul It at the Alton Christian Church at will only to t von nbout 12V from De Â¬ At 4 oclock the young tjrauon convention POSITIONS GUARANTEED 2isle Majsvills Cynthia Fal- under reason ible conditions Nov 12 19 U Lexington and Our FREE 96 page catalogue will explain wi we can atford it rcutb wi Covinon rctur at one aiul a tnircf fare ac Drangiibiis Practical Business College count fall races ASK KOJt TICXKTrf VIA KY MIHLANI NASHVILLE TEfis Write for catalogue Book keeping Oct 23 26 to Lexington at a Shnrlhand Penmanship and TeleWe spend iroro money in the interest of graphy fare and a third on account Kqual runs bus ay standard our iinploy tnentDepartment than half the Business Colleges talce in as tuition 4 weeks by our method Rights Convention certificate plan ItJIP TABLK ALfJ IsJl teaching book keeping is eaual to 12 weeks by the old plan teachers 600 students past ear no A M i Oct 30 31 to Nicholasvilleand it l in vacation enter anv time Cheap Board Wo hae Xo 1 TRAINS E4ST Xo 3 No 7 recently prepared books especially adapted to return at one and one third fare on HOME STUDY L i ninktort 70U A 100 410 account of the Jessamine c unity Lv feiunnilt 71 d UG lll Sent on 60 days BtrialWe piyWrite us and explain your wants N Lv Elkhorn 711 S5 cashforail a trots ancias as book keepers stenographers 71s 141 teachers 4W Uswltzer ot slerks etc reported to us provided we fill same Livstiiinuing iround 72d 4w October 27 2S t Nicholas Lv Duvall 734 444 iiit 740 ville and return at Si Co on ac- Lv Joluisioii 40 iff Lv Jeorsjetown 4b B 467 Lv C S nJKit count Y M C A meeting 753 503 300 a w Kim fe m hi ra 1 til Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Iuv iicttiuivil Cciitrevlllo LV CLO 5 13 321 Ar JllZiltIl Ptrls 81U 521 533 r liris Furih Tuiiclliiti 0 4 241 m P M 52J 5W A M 335 34e unm n iiiii Hi E lK Thciiiltk ml illrect il rnutf Xroiu V U 1 -- 1 Lv Lv Tit UNS WEST Pirl Juiinetlon th No No 4 NodlNolS 4tf lff oJl 5 7 17 Ar Newtown r 5 Depot Ar fiCfirue town vrCMfrviilu uFilulu c 10 mi 1010 10 14 llli it lr27 G41 342 tinr Louisville to Arkansas and Texas One huinlrtil ami Hit mile- - t 1022 v r Joliiison 9 ill a1 1037 11 17 645 t Ar Ar vr lllktiorii siMiapliicuniiil A Duill bultitr 51 -- n51 llcO 1117 7 llli 7 01 7 13 Sll Sfl OlVi 00 0U SHORTEST TO L1TTJK UOCK Ami SKI the oiiij route - Ar Fnuilttoct B C r summit n23 llbe AN C 720 72U 735 9 25 l13 WITHOUT CHANGE OF to CARS a connects crniieots with Q connects with K with L A C ami LS If on an- - soinu to tlnifirat C I turther a ni and ieortowii at y0L urrlvlnjiat IirN atii4U the Kentucky Mhlhuid Hallway and connet- ilons form the sliortet atnl cheapest ronte to a points north south east anil west For tuntier Intorniatlon tjijilv to their menus Nik t15 SUNDAY TKAINS 3 iiml 4 will run on Sutilnys until intlct No 1 will iene Krmltfort nt Sherman Dallas Fort Worth Austin or Houston This the 1 rilEAPEST ANJ HEST 01 KOlTE BtltCAW ieu fuss Ant K B eo b harper dtn supt VKITZCI City Ticket Agent Noihitnt -- till to Mobile Montgomery Memphis and New Oncaus loi turtlifrliifoiiiintliin mliluss Â¬ ilht kr - m C P ATMOSB G P IOCISV1L1K MiirirMwwfinwiiiiii miimii m T A nriTB KKNTlCKY win m iiwiim Jr Chesapeake TOT TRIAL Ohio Ry - I - - M rk s MONTHS GUBSCRIHMON TO THl ffi K NEW YORK TON FEILADELPfllA WASHING- - I M i niui ijiu fc iitu I v LGIJiiiLLE THE mm Hvporls w the South DAILY mm and all Eastern Cities Pnt-iu-Ba- bf j 8 ORICH1CSTANO BEST AF rCIINCON PAPSR In THE SOUTH 1 I arillllH jl Lntcbt Market Quotations Latent State cvs All the Local News Complete Fro Largest Circulation in ShortiM Line between FNWKFOKT LFXINCTOX and EASTERN 1OINTS Ttmeiiril In eiTfct Mi IX lWt KAST K K V HUUNlt KnpiHss No ililly illiil mil ivoni NoJt 1I1II e iliillj VetllmUil l re Le Iixlimton run vi 1150 m M M M MtSteilliu ilt Stiil Atlitiitli Mlilliuiil Vecom MsT IHILMI Noiililli J7 Nol i15 7 I tfnn hiMv 1 m WS 30000 i AND OVER j i 50CENTSAH0HTH1 Or No 5 ilally Mill lMi YiNtlliuKM KHvsn No -- J Iill tiit i 11 -olttl YellHiUilTniln- - uitli llntn ears Yurs la thN ul JdliimrN hniiiktoit to A110111 iif- u iiiiiu Ni I No J ilni ihliy r -- e lilnjtnn iin Mm ll ir m nn it p - - - -- i wt inor was so much bad liver piles eonstipa- day afternoon that hope of her tiinii taste torpidfor 111 mi woman and anloiulitl recovery was abandoned and her chihlron Smallest mikieui surest 60 doses for 25 cents Samples free at death expected at any time 45 ly JWaayle8FrankfortKy bithrb lo wcckopJJjJSSn3Ky0iffi worse vester- ftlilos Pills speedily euro biliousness Mivagiikk fltf dtjowmicj tpom bttTTOc j I Marshalls n S500 1 Year by MjII Dus m Mqr llotli tlirmili trains No HiHtriuiiUTi tl S HAKNKY HW Kl11 Kit 1 11111 Ii A liaikt nt Cli 1 JNO A HALDEMAN COB FOURTH idlll lass WaUlinton At 1 C Iixlmton K OHUYAN isnt ifUl 1lis ARt 1 iriatl AVENUE digestion cures Dyspepsia LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Debility Job work neatly ee cuted at this office WS i a ii 4y rt Mr imWM V R CjarJfcrC IBLL BEST Clothing sale t a jeans coals r jjj iesa VjmimHWMWJIMfMUMWWO BSSi jsaus fauis I s 9 I cQrs me I CSrjEfES aTfl s fiTTAn UllvD 011M i w Ife 1 I The Peoples Great Trading Center WB Overcoats and Suits Mens Ulstcvs 52 in long 55 to SGe STARTL6NG Boys OFFER FOB THE EARLY FALL BUYERS BAR FurnidDinos 4y V V Childrens and Boys 30wt 75c anil Si 23oots Si 25 to S3 00 NEVER BEFORE HAVE PRICES BEEN SO LOW S20 rfens Suits Union Ca simere 31KXS TUl ti fens CHILDRENS A HAKKTKKAT IX S4 to Sj 50 JffiEI ITS Commtnce at S3 50 up to tiful quality Our lot Childrens Suits old stvle aces 5 6 iikI 7 will close at S2 were sold for S5 and bo Â¬ mens Mens Gray Net Undei shirts and Drawi rs 95c a suit Mens Natural FleeceUn derwear only Si 25 suit For C3-cat2B-u- grs Buggv or Car- Ladies - Heavy Half Sloes 125 ALL NOOL 2 5 S275 to Si 50 Beau CassmuTo Suits Sj to Si 5 Only S400 Lined Felt Wrights Health Underwear Only S2 per suit Mens Dress Suits RflSJlRllflQ i r Clay Diagonals Tricots Cork screws and Fanc Worsted Sio to S25 TIEZrED Jeans Pants 99c MENS ALL WOOL BEST All the new things in Boys and Children s gloves Strong w yv Dy IpaniereHlels Handke- chjefS ony 2Cit 3 c 50c and 73c niiyD Missesaiiri Boys Calf Shoes go at 99c Great Bargains Plush Lined Black or wwe s5 to jMlsSES LADIES Leather lined japancse Si Single and Double Breasted to Si Gats Waif Rugs Sio to S15 tSpringheel Fat nt Tip Dongola Kid Shoes Si 00 to Si 50 One laigc lot of Buck Gloves 125 up to S250 I Linen Handkerchiefs Fancy Border 3 Trunks TBiBSCOPBSi Fine Trunks S2 50 to Sio 00 Black Cheviot Suits Frock Double and Single Breast ed 10 to Â¬ SUITS NOW READY for 25c BENNETT 5 BAUDS all go at Dress Kid Unlined Gloves to S3 Si up 00 Shoes 5350 FANCY BORDKR Si 5- - Imp Linen Hdltfs 25c- - Mens j -- Arctics 25 Engiisu Gomuroy The er Pants Jersey Gloves 35c 50c- - TELESCOPES 25c to s5o Will give twelve best months wetr only S3 50 BOT LonaPantsSults 2c tC tOC S250 JLadies ti ubbers 25c j ALLTHK LATEST Learner 2 Bags 7 40c 60c Grutcher t starts Tiu IVoples jircat Trading Center Ages 12 to 19 S250 to ou We are receiving Si 5 Just what styles daily need 3d That we extend thanks to Profs Rhoads and Robbins Cols Scott and Ford Dr James and others for valuable service rendered during the session of our Instiute 4h That the work of our Superintendent Miss Lucy Pattie as President of our wis carried through with the highest degree of success 5th That we hertily end ire the Teachers Reading Circle and pledge ourselves to support it 6th That we were much pleased with the recitations of Miss Spaight Elocutionist of Prof Baumes School delivered in the court house during our exercises Thursday night 7th That we extend a vote of thanks to the citv papers for the interest they have in inifested in our work Sth Tint we tender our most sinceie thank- to our worthy Secretaries Misses Daniels and Mc Gruder 9tn That this Institute recognizees with pleasure the advance made in educational interests of the State in the last three years and that we attribute this great advance to the earnest and intelligent efforts of the Stite Superin tendent Hon Ed Porter Thomp son whom we recognize as a true friend of education and a gentle man eminently qualified for the position he holds 10th That we request the publication of these resolutions in the Southern School and local papers of this city Ciias N Cukkv In-titut- t- hats new lEEHEIl 25c up to Si j I 00 to 50 MI UMBRELLAS 75c The Peoples Great Trading n StarRs up to Sio Center 1 CtTT BY A COJSVJCT Mr Anthony Noeekor Danger Â¬ ously Wounded by a Negro To tlio Voters of Fi unkiiu County Fkaxki okt Kv Aug 1894 Yielding to the flattering and arrest solicitation of pirtial friends and representative citizens of all pilittcal laiths I have contrary to my purponc to never again stand for office determined to make the race for County Ju ige at the November election This is the most important 1894 Â¬ SttirIiy mirnin Frank Cham- Â¬ J r bers a negro convict empoved in the chair factory at the penitentiary stopped work and went and sat down in a char Mr Authonv Noeckei the foreman in charge of that portion of the shop passed along took hold of the chair and shook it orlerini tlu nerro to go back to his work when Chambers jumped to his fet an threw a hammer at the Urn ma i which that gentleman dodged and catching up a ch rr leg started at the Chambers drew a knife negro which he had concealed about his person and closed in on Noeckei cutting him nine times inflicting The several danerou- wounds - at once locked up in his negro wacell and Mr Noeckers injuries were dressed by Dr W H Dade the prison physician and he was taken to his home on Holmes street where he has since been in a critical condition but it is hoped will recover Chambers was sent from Marion county last February to serve a ten years sentence for burglary Â¬ 1 office in the county government In the hands of the County Judge Â¬ - Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Resolution cm m JYnnkliii Con tit Adopted Tem-ii- lv - tin- - Aiocintioii r TW of the Southern School and feel Cough remedy iB given Chamberlains freely hh soon greatly benefitted by hib instruction as the child becomes hoarse or even and encouragement and recognize after the cough lias developed it will the attack and 50 cent in him an able worker in the cause preventfor sale by Philio OauiKNTik bottles countv of education South Side Druggist j 1 That we the ist Resolved Miss Annik Yahijkouoh teachers of Franklin count proE R Jonks nounce this Institute a decided Committee success and tender a vote of thanks to Prof John Burke for his effiEvery mother ohould know that cient work as instructor eroup can he prevented The fh Ht 2d That we highly appreciate symptom of true croup is hoarnoHess the visit of Prof Peteiman Editor rough ThiH ih followed by peculiar cough If - - 11 are placed the liberties of the citizens in criminal trials before examining court as also the moneyed interests of a laige class of rebtors and creditots litigating matters of account in the quarter lv court besides the etllement and oversight of the estates of widows and or p h a n s The taxing interests of the citizens is in the hands of the County Judeand the Magistrates So it will be seen that your County Judge wields a large in- Â¬ N fluence in county affairs should be laid than mote taxes are absolutely necessary to meet the bonded indebtedness at its maturity and the annual accruing interest thereon together with the necessary amount to conduct the county government upon economic honest business principles pait of the bonded debt should be met by the iuxt generation as they ate to be equally benefited by it ft is local taxation and the distribution of the funds derived therefrom that comes home di recti to the county and city taxpayer for it must be met and is felt in proportion to the ability to Therefore it is the right meet it of the citizen to demand of his county court the lowest per cent of tax each year coisistent with an economic honest and impartial government and to have this tax promptly collect- Â¬ ed and honestly and fairly ap plied to the good of the entire s Â¬ Â¬ I The good people of my native Dandruff K lis city and county have honoied me time and again by electing me to 1 10 Hair different anil important offices My election for four successive terms cufiMiDniiA dc nun iv H to the office which I am soon to fffl- voluntarily surrender- while evidencing the partiality and most generous lavor of my personal as well as political folo ving is an earnest of my faithful impartial and successful discharge ol duty i Jin tlie past and must be my guarantee for the future I have in no sene sought this mm the office and if 1 am elected to it I -- SCil P Ml must be elected by the incorI will runted vote f the people as LIIEM THE 11118 not bring to bear any corrupting influences to obtain it At the For Saia by All will visit the pre proper tune Urajjisrs cincts of the county HMv TKlllKMlUt Respectfully U - Â¬ Jdf mm t 1 Â¬ Ji ST LOCIB W HSxicki Â¬ MOST IN QUANTITY BEST IN QUALITV J Â¬ Â¬ kdBt There is no medicine ho often need ed in every home and so admirably adapted to tno purpose lor which it is intended as Ohamberlains Pain Halm Hardly a week passed but some member of the family has need of it A toothache or headache may be cured by it A touch of rheunm tisia or neuralgia quieted The severe pain or burn or scald promptly re lieved and the sore healed in much less time than when rnedi cine has to be sent for A sprain may be promptly treated before in flammation sets in which insures a cure in about one third of the time otherwise x equired Cuts and bruies should receive immediate treatment before the parts become swollen which can only bo done when Pain A sore Balm is kept at hand throat may bo cured before it A becomes serious troublesome corn may be removed by apply ing it twice a day for a week or two A lame back may bo cured and sev eral days of valuable time saved or a pain in the side or chest relieved without paying a doctor bill Pro cure a fill cent bottle at once and you will never regret it For sale by Vmu Cakiintkk South Sicto Drug Â¬ Â¬ WORMS vermifuge 20 EVERY BOTTLE HOLD BY ALL ItlCHARDSON WHITES CREAM FOR YEARS Has led all WORM Remedies MKUK1NK GUARANTEED1 0 SltUOGISTS Irepon d l Mi jM TABLERSDIf BUCK EYE Â¬ riLIj CURE CO V OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES Â¬ Â¬ Large line of ladies Rochester and Cincinnati fine shoes at Mkaghkk Marshalls G years as the BEST REMEDY for PILES known for 15 PrepwitrBICIIARDSON UED 31ay 12 1 A SURE and CERTAIN NOII HY ALT lUCVOOISTH y ST 10UI3 Â¬ Dr Worlds Pair Highest tf Prices Cream Baking Powder Me Jul and Diploma cuted at this office Job work neatly exe- Â¬