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Jfafe -- t Vl OUgBMlBiM j rr t Vtfr r If rnlft tiTh-1- lri -- - w v ji i t v mm w - iuy i The GEO A Frankfort A Rot NDABOUT TERMS LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS 100 In Advano NO VOL XVIII FRANKFORT KY The SATURDAY OCTOBER 27 1894 TIIK KV V 8 t1tlMtomrnMm hrVMintlicnium Sliow Postponed V V LIMITED The latest investigations by the US and Canadian Governments show the Royal Baking Powder superior to all others in purity and leavening strength Â¬ Statements by other manufacturers to the contrary have been declared by the official au- Â¬ thoritiesfalsifications of the official reports jK 44yrVJi ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO 106 WALL ST NEW YORK To- - the day and many handsome and useful presents were received by them The occasion was an ex11 F ceedingly pleasant one and greatly enjoyed by all who attended The Discouragement day was also the fifty fifth anniWhen closed the windows of the soul The wuies of darkness oer us roll versary of the marriage of Judge L Nor light without believe we does exist Hord and wife parents of Mrs lion oft the fault within us lies The blindness all within ourejes- Hardin who were present and Au earth born cloud a fondly ilieiNed mist enjoyed the evening being nearly L as numerously congratulated as the bric center piece offered by Mrs Churles Haft Found in the River younger couple upon their long For finest six red blooms water color by Robert Bums The body of George Clemans and happy married life and con- - offered linest six bloom- -Wilson color nve any tor dollars offered by a friend of the Indus Â¬ who has been employed as baker tinued good health trial School at the Institution for Feeble-mindeDyspepsia In addition to the e special children for some time was Isnt pleasant nor is it necessary prize- - one halt the receipt at the found in the river just below the Dr HuleH Household Tea will cure Aii it Wo hnvft n oroiiK mniiv tPuHmn vvvt will be divided into four v j A huv Me mnls from people who say iit hasabso- nionuay morning arsenal nr t is pieasaiu i niii nitvi vc in the habit of drinking too luieiy cureu niem 11 and- - 30c 10 First andfnsecond pvies for tlne t dis a tnkeolld costoIlly uiuLii ai unif s ana some iwo weeKS injkib ul l h uAKiisftTJiis urug pmy of cut blooms o First and second prices for handsomest ago went on a spree which lasted store ix plants of different Miriette- Too Heavy a Charge several days When nearly sober JSo plant can be entered for he was stricken with remorse for The workmen engaged in re- - luure than one prize his action and told some of his moving the foundation of Every amateur flower grower of the mid- friends he intended taking his own die pier of old St Clair street this section - asked to compete for the life gave away his watch and some hridTp nut in most tnn lieavv 1 llni nilyn other property but no attention charge of dynamite Ihursday The ladie m charge of this was paid to what he said as it was mormng a blast to loosen up worthy enterpri e in reipic t that supposed he would be all riht in the stone and when it was fired plant- will plea e a few days He disappeared on several holes were torn in the floor overyone entering ond thorn to theoflice of the Cap- Wednesday of last week and noth of the new bridge by flying stones ital jrott Tue dav inorning No- ing being heard of him his friend and a large quantity of spalls vomiH 1th 1Ilci on lslf m became uneasy and began seaich- - scattered over the floor Some lllf - iui 111 jiii-iiiiiiiL r uiti jui nun wncn iiks ucac oouv 11II1IL W11JL1L1 u IIXCTL1 LIJ 41 ilIIlllLIIlL in iiooviv t t IJfi Lilt II wlm li cla tli was found in the river as above Lr ti1acl0Mln Krt lia entered and a card b t0 stated the full name of the exhibitor and ruined or some one i ed by fly- - ovln TiMiiiiiimiion oi f fl U1s iilwti Â¬ Â¬ V Impotent words can neer Impure The nobler workings of the heart They are but wings of feeble inlgot To waft a Thought too weak for light A spark ot light which upward files The night seems darker when It dies But that In man which uobl springs Shall need no light no gauzy wings But of Itself spontaneous move Through umblent space een such Is Love Quite a number of invited guests were present to extendcongratulations and wish the bride and groom of twenty years ago many happy returns of from 6 to 8 oclock Commencing Sunday May 13th the F F V Limited will leave Cincinnati dailv at 1220 noon arriving at Washington at 740 a m Baltimore 900 a m Phila delphia 1120 a m and New York 140 p m The train will consist of Composite Car Flegant Day Coach with Smoking Compartment Dining Car Pullman Sleenine Cars of the latest and most improved design and an Obsaia lion Car Emphasis is especially placed on the Observa- 11 i u u luc t u ii riUMV Company from Chesapeake and Conpete stock of nc nan tne receipt- - at tne Ohio plans the F F V Gbser s nor win De given in prize- - vation uars serve their purpose n ulbetter than anY others that have addition to the e prizeever been constructed c l u AsthpF F V TimiffH i tho T lii l AND- t of which iS nnlv train linvinrr in nhaprvntirm Ceil Offered a iven below Xo flower- - grown Car attached it necessarily fol- y professional- will be admitted lows that the Chesapeake and Ohio Rv alone has scenery inter- i esting enough to demand an Ob- we charged Ihe names of ler servationCar The FFV Limited Astrakan and Cloth Capes Cloaks Underwear and ons wi hing to compete should be is the only train running through -- 2nt to Mrs Hosiery Sam I Johnson oifrom Cincinnati to New York that enables the business men to trans- jMiss eunny Crittenden at once act business m Cincinnati one day KlmiketS ANDJllIOrtS Special prizes for growing plant and New York the next It is For finest and lartrest pink bloom cut tne oniy train for Jersey City Coast And a geneal line of glass bowl offered by Sam D Johnson For nnest and latest yellow bloom cut resorts which arc reached by the glass vase offered by John T Buckley F F V at dinner time instead of For tlnest and largest white bloom bar- - in the evening It is the only rel of cream flour offered by Joseph Le- enables business men to tran that Compte of Lexington Roller Mills For finest three plants yellow varieties transact business in Cincinnati one handsome silk umbrella offered by Hud day and reach Washington for AND sou Humphries Jk Cassell breakfast the next morning It is For tlnest nud largest yellow bloom nearest tho olor of Hall t Hayward the most desirable train for New cracker label 21 pound box of crackers England resorts connections being offered by Mr Ira Barnett of Hall made in the Union Depot in Hayward with the Colonial For finest and largest red bloom ten Washington dollars offered by n friend of the Indus- Express running through to lloston And prices will Tie lower than trial School ever Convince yourself which reaches New Haven 410 p flower- Special prizes for cut by calling m New London 530 p m For fineSt si pink blooms linen cam- Â¬ Providence 7 m and Boston 0 Owing to tin unu iiallly dry sea on nuuiv ehrvsantheinuin plant- arc backward in blooming and the manager- - of the chry anthcimini now for the benelit oi the indti trial School have determined to o tone the exhibition until Wed-le-dand Thur dav November Wth and loth when it will take place in the ball room of tha Twcntr Tivi imnra apital I Tote av 1 1 1 1 r- flARJSTEIH New Goods Â¬ t New Prices 11 I 1 I - 1 L 1 1 Novelty Plaid - 1 I Plain Dress Goods iri Dry Goods t Fancy Goods 1 f f v is the j0 Trouble only modern irain lighted through830 p- - m The to Show Goods - d -- j I I j iii vuu x- --- - j out with Electricity carrying a Dining Car and an Observation Car The Washington and Atlantic l m iti UKifru tr willrSlve rttirl1 rriv v nali at 700 p m reaching Wash ington 240 p m and Old Point Comfort 600 p m Connection No 214 Si Glair St next door to R K McCiure is made at Washington with tno Hogt Express 0l- th- - Limited 4mmanw reaching New ork bout 90a p m At iNortolic connection is G made with the Old Dominion reaching New Steamship Line York 300 p m the next day i I vhlI - f vv Â¬ wmu MATTEH2T - H - spring heel shoes from UIU ilCUVll kll HlHV7 ttllUD grades at Meaohkr Maksimlls Misses m nicr k i mill a K LVUYKKS tse- Â¬ Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder A Pure Grape Cream ot 334 MAIN STREET Tartar Pow dcr FRANKFORT C 11111 ui iwi i 1 - ci 1 1 1 - 4 1 Business and Professional Directory COSFKCnONEH Ulg StOIlCS common Several Cuson ol Scarlet Fever schools of the county will be held Little Unie Wright daughter of at the office of Mis s Lucy Panic Mr Vv Wiunt us necn cw The examination in of applicants to teach Countv the white i tnein -- old ami lor what price The I mlii trial School got ten per IfWlflt III rry v iis v iuuu - Manufacturing Conleotioner WU CROMWELL Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky o Ileal K tate VciMit Will piu tlcp In tho Courts ot Il mklln ami the aulolnlni counties anil will iNoirhH peelal attenton to the ami ili of ieil etate eollei tlon ot unts claim- - ami th uc otlatlou ot loan- l R mon Schools on the fust Friday and Saturday in November The applicants to teach in the colored schools will also be examined at i it wine piace on tne second rn- uic day and Saturday in November Those desiring positions should remember the dates and be on time at the examination ouiiiun uutiu ui Com l TJielr China Witltling A Mr David C Hardin and wife celebrated the twentieth anniversary of their marriage at their home on Cross street Monday even ing by receiving their friends Â¬ 4t St Clair Street Hume made candle FuiitsNut ami Uviieam dav evening when a the fined to the uuiise the jjii il week ami s ol i Water 7 Ciir- mil Tolmao arc in nut tne namo- oi the win- Near new urulire with a slight c ise of scarlet fever CHIXX R and is nearly well but now Charley ner- will not he made known until Attorney at Law XEWsDKALKH Willie and Leslie the younger Thur day when the winning flowFrankfoit Kentucky with the name- - of the lucky children all have it thoiudi none erCUV BARRETT Will practice In all Mite Courts uillce econd winner- - will he exhibited Moor Cutom Uou e of them arc seriousiy in News Dealer and -All exhibitor- - will be expected DltllS Bookseller Tlmt Jovful Feeling to send for their plant- - Friday ClI AVER ILL 332 Vain Street With the exhilarating sense of afternoon following the -- how el e Fine Stationer IVUoilleds of all kiml Fancy Druggist iOOlls renewed health and strength and it will be under toodthatthev want Main Stieet opp City Hall internal cleanliness which follows them -- old for the benefit of the a general stock of Iiu- - Fine Matlouer a spcclalt PuscilptUiii CltaiN ami Iobacco PAINT KItS the use of Syrup of Figs is un- school compoumlcil at all hourknown to the few who have not BBRIDGHFORD VOl V Wet feet sore throat diphtheria progressed beyond the old time and doctors bills Wear our shoes The Painter Druggists medicines and the cheap substi- and be saved 314 Main St icet I0 St- Clair Sheet tutes sometimes offered but never Mkaohkr Marshalls Wull Paper Paints Oils ami Glass constantly on Prescriptions oarefulU ami accurately tilled at all Ar accepted by the well informed u11 liaml hours A line line of Fane Toilet Articles I lhe fll1 Jlllllll ItlIfM prize will beawardcil I - i lie en trie- - I pur-cli1- -0 - i Â¬ - - RllJLLAJSCO Â¬ - r K IUIIUMIMI 4ij iKHWLromiiiwwuLUiJwiimiwfc PPOTNT To the careful 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 TC Childrens Suits 2 5 meWi 750 8 1 SPECIAL POMCK To KuforiL tlio Quuruiilim The Health Board at a meeting Thursday afternoon recommended that a sufficient number of special policemen be appointed to enforce the quarantine regulations adopted to prevent the further spread of diphtheria and other infectious diseases and the City Council the same evening agreed to the recommendation and directed the Chief of Police to appoint the special policemen and put them on duty at once It is the duty of these officers to see that no children enter or leave houses in the infected district where cases of diphtheria or scarlet fever are known to have existed until danger of their spreading these dis eases no longer exists The new on duty yesterday men went morning Â¬ Â¬ 10 ss i 1250 1 T 8 t to 87 Boys Long Pants Suits 5 to 10 The wearing qualities of our goods makes1 theni mighty good values for the prices Hud son JkJLULUJklUX IVW Mrs II T Stanton returned Sunday afternood from nn extended visit Mis James Welch spent Monday in to friends in Hardin county and her Cincinnati daughter in Oldham Mr T G Newman has returned Miss Elizabeth Henderson who has from St Louis liflmi visirinn- Mrs Sum TV Tnhiinrm VVWV1 Uf9 Mrs Henry Lutkemeier spent Mon on Steele street left Monday for her day in Cincinnati home in New Orleans Lieut Gov M C Alford spent Mr Thomas P Regers and brido re Monday in this city turned Saturday afternoon from their Miss Pattie Graham is visiting baidal trip and have taken rooms at his fathers on Campbell street friends in Georgetown Mr G M Galbraith and wife re Mr William Bailey of Eminence turned Monday from a visit to friends was in the city Tuesday Mrs L C Kendall spent this week in Mason Bracken and Robertson counties this State and Adams coun- Â¬ with friends in Louisville ty Ohio Miss Julia McClure is visiting rela Mrs Nancy Huston Banks former- Â¬ tives in Stamping Ground ly of this State but now prominent in Miss Mary Brent has returned from literary circles in New York is the a visit to relatives in Paris guest of Mrs William Lindsay on Mrs Jas Ely has returned from a Wapping street visit to friends in Covington Going to Fix That Sewer Miss Rose Crittenden is visiting Miss Eflie Hill in Lexington The Health Board have ordered Mr J R Williams of Washington the old rock sewer which runs City is visiting relatives here from Shelby street down New Hon R X Wathen of Lebanon street into the main sewer on spentSaturday last in thiB city Misses Jennie and Jessie Craik Steele and which is only a short distance under ground and without spent Monday last in Cincinnati proper traps to be taken up and Mrs John Morgan of Lexington visited relatives here on Monday replaced with a sewer pipe of MrWill Klnir of Lexington spent j pr0per dimensions to carry off the several days in this city this week this had discharge into it - T TT1 Tl n Tl DC Mil -- a3RPi W PE1WOXAL Work ol tho Fish CZ mmission W U - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Got Part ol the Prize Gov Brown and family returned Wednesday night from Henderson Mrs G W Chinn and Miss Lucy Julian spent Wednesday in Lexing ton Mr Thos McLaughlin of Paris spent Sunday and Monday in this Â¬ city Mrs John W R Williams is visit Â¬ ing friends and relatives in Louisville Mrs Frank B Richardson has gone to ClarUsville Tennessee to visit Â¬ relatives Dr W H Dade left Thursday afternoon for Henderson on professional business Mr W H Posey and wife left Tues day for a short visit to relatives in Louisville Mr Frank S Haff and family have returned from a visit to relatives in Peru New York Rev D Clay Lilly and wife have been visiting relatives in Jessamine county this week Mr J H Edelen of Lebanon is vis iting his son Mr T L Edelen on Ewing street South Side Mrs Carter and Mrs C E Foote of MarionJKansas are the guests of Dr Hugh Tobin and family Miss Hallie Herndon of Lexington is visiting her brother Judge V C Herndon on Conwny street Mr Joseph Robinson returned Tues d y evening from a visit of several weeks to friends in Missouri Major J Alex Grant and wife left Tuesday to attend the wedding of a relative in Evansville Indiana Mr Mack Balyney Jeft Thursday morning for Danville where ho will attend Centre College this winter Â¬ Â¬ In England they have screwed the milkman down to the point where it is easier to be honest than A quart milk bottle has to cheat been devised with a graduated scale blown into the glass with the and good words average Cream will rise on Running In Woocllord very good top of the mil to one or another Mr S V Keller o Carlisle Mr Jos B Lewis formerly of of these wotds Thus the custobrother of Dr H M Keller of Veisailles is mer will at least know whether he this city is here with a new apara this city but now of candidate for has got his due quantity and tus for cleaning and purifying cis- the Republican whether the milkman is giving Woodford county terns and wells without the los Sheriff of him skimmilk or watered milk of the water From a cistern Birth Guitar Instruction and Piano cleaned by him we have seen the Tuning Mattekn In this city on Monclearest and purest water drawn Henry Brady teacher of J within a few minutes after clean- day October 21 1894 to Mr H guitar will give lessons in Sax method the ing Those of our citizens wish G Mattern and wife a daughter tons celebrated Pianos If You want bargains in all lines latest and most approved ing their cisterns cleaned will do Come and look through our tuned and repaired First class of Underwear Hosiery Blankwell to call on him at the doctors entire line cost nothing see lots references furnished For terms ets and Wool Goods office MiCAGiiEK Marshall c anply at 31S Clinton street call on us Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ In the live bird shooting match for the championship of Kentucky If at Louisville Monday Mr John C been been done some time ago Masiin of this city tied two others numerous cases of diphtheria in for third place and received a porthat end of town might have been tion of third money killing prevented twenty one out of the twenty five tlntoriir Quickly iiitl Thorough Â¬ birds shot at ly Chtiiied This had been a bad year for the United States fish commission owing to the heat and drought of the summer For all that however Is pleased at the very low pricesit has planted on the coasts and in and the beautiful line ol goods the interior of this country no less we have this season than 600000000 young fish Of r7 these 100000000 were shad and another 10000000 were white fish The increase in the quantity as well as the excellent quality of shad has been noted in the mar- All wool at 25 35 and 50 cents kets in the past few years It is are selling very fast We can to be hoped that the price will give you anything you soon become such that the shad want in Trimming season will mean satisfaction to the poor as to the well to do The delicate whitefish of the northern lakes is not however In Cloth Electic Seal Astrican increasing in numbers in spite of and Coney Prices form 5 up the pains taken by the fish comv 4 mission to stock the waters which are its haunts The whitefish supplies the whole vast interior of the country with its best water food The demand is increasing rapidly and the facilities for catching whitefish have increased in proportion Redoubled exertions will be necessary on the part of both state and national hatcheries to keep up the supply of whitefish EVERYONE - Jsess Goods 4 V Â¬ Cloaks Gapes Â¬ Â¬ Tough 011 the Milkman Our Great Seller Â¬ 650 M Â¬ Store Hrokeu Into Home Seekers Excursions The grocery of Theodore Davis Nov 6th and Dec 4th the on the corner of Clinton and Midland will sell tickets to points Washington streets was enterred in the South and Southwest at by a thief Wednesday night by very cheap rates See agent for prizing open a shutter to one of futher information the windows and carried off some All fine shoes on C D or K change left in the cash drawer and width at a few small articles Mkagiikr Marshall s 6tf 100000 People Die For Rent Annually in this country of con Â¬ 45-tf- - Â¬ the Emulsion lias been endorsed by physicians of the whole world No secret about it This is one of its strongest endorsements But the strongest endorsement possible is in the vital strength it gives FOR 20 YEARS formula for making Scotts Weitzeiraiell Sept 1j SOUTH Lv Lexington wmt 2i tf N TIME TABLE A AM jr M r M No 17 No 10 No21 No Scotts Emulsion nourishes It does more for weak Babies and Growing Children than any other kind of nourish Â¬ It strengthens Weak ment Mothers and restores health to all suffering from Emaciation and General Debility For Coughs Colds SoreThroat Bron Â¬ chitis Weak LungsConsumption Blood Diseases and Loss of Flesh ScottBowneNY All Druggists DOc and Sprint Station Franktort HiKiIad IleiiMirevllln Ynrimlltoii Midway 845 J01 025 10 l17 sumption Think of it One adult out of every six and yet in the early stages all pulmonary complaints may be readily controlled by Dr Hales Household Cough Cum It is a cer tain remedy for coughs and colds which if left to themselves bring on Pleasant pulmonary consumption Tlio price Mr J W Gayle left Sunday after Â¬ to take Children like it 50 cents a is right only 25 and noon for a trip of several weeks bottle at P H Cahakntjcrs drug b to Washington Now York and other store points east JJoirc Toliuceo Spit or Smoke Mr Thos P Rogers and wile have Your Life A way returned from their bridal tour and startling have taken rooms at Mrs Cheniieys The tlitlittil only lmriiilititle ot a Itcok about tin ii iiIaiunikkh on Main street i im If ou want to i iilt ami cants use Hrit i up nlcotiiill neiu Mrs Harriett Page and Mr Thos eliminates iilrutliic iiolsons makes weak men Positive euro uuln strenuili welulit ami ljor M Porter of Covington came over or moiiii leliimleii Address Book or Monday afternoon for a visit to Miss Tin Slei at iliiiKiflctt- Co malleil tree Kaiiilnlili Inn Denied CIiIchko 45 - Â¬ Parsonage Presbyterian Washington street opposite the Methodist Church containing six The house looms and kitchen has been recently repaired and imNew sanitary plumbing proved For terms and bath room added apply to II H Watson at De posit Bank Out 19 w The Valley Ant horiiKe Louisville Ar ltwet luijiniiut 1041 011 1115 707 102017 G4 1151 360 155 212 227 235 KI 015 036 650 057 720 751 a 13 4U H57 800 813 83S ll3H73i 12111812 1141715 m 423 448 450 520 m 856 UKtt a NOUTH r Mr 410 433 418 515 542 035 r m No 18 No 20 No Â¬ Iv louNvlllt Anchoret Pi wet Â¬ Kiiiliu lice i lamaiiKo iKdtd Vlly Tiitf 811 824 851 2ii Ilcasurevllh Midway Yamiillton Ar Lexington 1 Kianktoit blillllUSUtloll ll2l 11115 105 1111 ilili UM 0 05 50 2i No 21 020 330 051 402 705 410 7U 428 758 450 800 450 825 500 851 535 020 5511 02J 040 600 021 m 1003 010 1130 Will Sell Three lots at Thorn Hill all ad No 21 will stop at Vnolionitfu unit joining for 150 cash or will sell for Gliristiiuisbar for S13ALK KAIHHANK iOOl AFIVK TON toetInr with tlm Iioiim INover the Lexington mid points ottyoinl them separately at 55 each For Nos 17 ID and 21 oonnoot at Lagrange siiik final Mock pen conni ctcd tlurto F H Moksu terms apply to 1 21 Â¬ FOR SALE oct27 lm SOUTH TUIMRMi FoiKsol Klklioru Annie Herndon St New York 10 Si ucy St Oct G ly Roundabout Office Ky aonueot Nos nnd for Jiiioitiimti at Anoliorvkre for Bloomftald Brauoh jk MS WWfaiiaiU w - 3 y7 V ci Ni I A PRESENTS Jlr Still V JMVH BS YJ M A SELBERT asvil JftAJLJBP 3 im n i h if 1 i IN ciJ hfVM ilLMS ri 0 n rvFvli CoPIMhT u jm v Jh4 fn E J rv wlj JEWELRY H In great number stylos HSi and prices Watches Sif chains rings and bracelets M come in ornate settings SyS It is the wonder muster wi jmai jMvil MSri r JEWELER TUB DIIMITIIKHIA Since her last appearence here which was some little time previ- Â¬ ous to her long illness Miss Marlowe has taken on a slight plump- Â¬ ness which made her seem at first sight almost like a stranger to one whose recollection of her painted a fragile sylph like figure more spirit than body But as the play progressed she was seen to have added charm with the added years and pleasant as are our memories of her as she was we would not have her otherwise than she is As one whose pen speaks better than ours can ever do has said we do not care to measure by other standards the perfection that V is a standard itself Â¬ Altogether our collections form a brilliant display and doliffhfc of the fair sex- Annroved hv tho hidies it must ll You should see our delightful collections of the ornamental and useful Before TjOUISVIIiIjE New Cases Hut Not Spreudtiij Purchasing Â¬ Your Wedding Gifts W ket tobacco mar I H Some six or eight new cases of diphtheria have been reported to the Health Board this week but they are all confined to homes where other members of the family have had the disease every case is reported to be a mild one and On the the patients doing well whole the situation is more hopeful but the scare has paralyzed business of all kinds and our neighboring town of Versailles iias quarantined against us Jul lu Marlowe Taber Â¬ Â¬ DURRETT FURNISHED BY OLOVER LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE just closed amount to 3017 hhds with Sales on our market for the week Â¬ receipts for the same period of 506 hhds Sales on our market since January 1st amount to 14021 hhds Sales ofthecropof 1893 on our market to this date amount to 139352 hhds The decline in hurley tobacco has been very marked and we find it necessary again to lower the quotations on some grades The following quotations fairly rep- Â¬ resent onr market for burley to- Â¬ Â¬ Since tne first appearence of Miss Julia Marlowe at the Opera She Alone is Responsible House in this city several years ago that charming actress has A young women has solved the Catarrh Cant be Cured been established in the hearts of kissing problem Heres what she onr theatre goers as their greatest says It is thoughtlessly said that IVlth local applications as they can Â¬ favorite and it was a source of not reach the seat of the disease man kisses woman but it i not so Catarrh is a blood or constitutional great disappointment that coming and in order to cure It may be set down as a principle disease take internal remedies it you Halls have to so near as Louisville she failed to or dogma that it is always the Catarrh Cure is taken internally and make a date here this season woman who kisses the man On acts directly on the blood and mu cous surfaces It was perscribed by Quite a number of people from such occasions man acts only in a one of the best physicians in this this city have been to Louisville country for years and is a regular responsive and not in an initiative prescription It is composed of the to see her this week and among capacity To produce a kiss only best tonics known combined with the the number the writer counts himbest blood purifiers acting directly on the mucous surface self fortunate to be included The two things are necessary and man o mbination of the two The perfect ingredients competent critics of the Louisville except by his mere presence has is what produces such wonderful Send for papers have discussed more aptly nothing to do with its origin The ra ults in curing catarrh te imotiials first circumstance is the opportu b J CHEENEY CO Toledo O than we can hope to do her varinity and the second is the desire flSTSold by druggists 75 cents ous performances but there is one thing which we can add knowing existing though unexpressed in Italn Wanted the womans own heart and mind from experince that none of Backward turn backward O time to be kissed When these condithem have said and that is that in your flight give us a ripsnort so true to nature are her portray- tions are present there is sure to ing rainstorm to night Open the als that a deaf man has no diffi Â¬ be some kissing for the woman heavenly flood gates I pray let the culty in keeping up with her part will in a dozen ways that cannot rain pour for a night and day I in a comedy which he has never be defined convey the idea to the am so weary of skies that are fair man and he if he be not alto- Â¬ weary of breathing the dirt in the read In all her performances which gether a stick will respond to her air weary of sowing to harvest no gain Therefore in all the cases give give us a rain minister give we have witnessed heretofore will us a rain Ex Miss Marlowe has selebted Shaks of true kissing it is the woman I medicine rather perean plays for production and who kisses and not the man who than would doctor trust that of says any I know we were so f nniliar with their text simply responds to a power and Mrs Hattie Mason of Chilton Carter Â¬ Co Mo in of as to have had but little inconveni- influence that he cannot resist lains Colic speaking and Chamber Cholera Diareluea ence in any event We had how- Â¬ That power lies in a woman and Remedy For sale by Phil Carpen Â¬ South Side Druggist ever absolutely no knowledge of if it is not present there will not ter We have a very large stock of The Love Chase could scarce be any kissing stylish Jackets Golf Capes and ly hear a word that was said and How to Bocouio Fleshy childrens Cloaks at very low yet her gestures expression and DrMileH Nervine not only cures all prices Sam D action were so perfectly natural so Co Johnson nervous diseases headache blues entirely suited to her part that we nervouH prostration BleoplesanesB 7 it VitUB dance fits and scarcely felt the need of the miss neuralgia StnlRo Lady Timelier Wanted hysteria bnl builds up the body I uin pleased to say that aaer years ing sense ol intense sullorim Â¬ Wanted a lady to teach in a The captious metropolian crit- ease headache andwith nervous dis I prostration private family in a country home tried Dr Miles Restorative Nervine ics in lamenting the gradual dis and in two weeks gained eight pounds Would prefer one who has lived appearance from the stage of those in weight I could not lie down to in the country holds a first class fine old tragedies and comedies Bleep but now sleep perfectly easy certificate has had experiehce in and am still improving wonderfully which so deservedly go by the Cannot say enough for the Nervine teaching and not under twenty B Millard name of legitimate have taken Mas LOne customer Dunkirk N years of age No letters answered used Nervine occasion to add that it is as much and gained Qaeen pounds in Hesh For particulars see Mrs James says Grahams due to the lack of artists of suffi N Y Brown AMathury Cortland Coins at Labrot Trial bottles and elegant Distillery Woodford county 3 dent merit to do them justice as book freo at J W Otiylos 6 im to any other reason To refute IJuelvlens Arnica Salve All the latest styles in soft and this statement in its entirety may stiff hats at be somewhat difficult but no one The best salvo in the world for Cuts Mkaohkk Marshalls Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum who has seen Miss Marlowe will Fever Soros Totter Chapped Hands 6 tf agree that the plays in her repor Chilblains Corns and all Skin Erup tions and positively euros Piles or toire were ever better presented no pay required It is guaranteed to For Malaria Liver Trou Â¬ or money refunded ble or Indigestion use by any actress on the American give satisiactionper box Price 25 conts For nulo by BROWNS IRON BITTERS stage 8 lv Phil Caupentkk Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Trash dark or damaged 2 50fa3 50 tobacco 4 50 Common Colory trash 3 25 Medium to good colory 6 OOfa 6 00 trash Common lugs not colory 3 oQh 4 50 4 50 6 00 Common Colory lugs Medium to good colory 8 00 6 00 lugs Common to medium leaf 7 00fJ 9 00 9 00fa 14 00 Medium to good leaf 14 OOfa 18 00 Good to fine leaf 18 00o 25 00 Select or wrappery bacco 1893 crop Best Indigo Blue Calico Best Colored Calico Good Canton Flannel Good Bed Ticking Heavy Yard Wide Brown Cotton Yard Wide Bleached Cotton good Good Comfort 2 y2 Yards Wide Sheeting 41 41 5 cents 10 5 5 75 i2 This is the lowest price ever made on these A large stock of Dry Goods cheaper than ever known goods J Oct 6 3 m L RODMAN DEALERS IN SON Black Hursey FINE HARNESS and SADDLES A COMPLETE LINE OF TROTTING and RUNNING HORSE GOODS ALWAYS OX HAXD mar 10 3ni 232 Krnsr steebt CO JACOB SWIGERT ON MAIN STEET TO- - Have Removed From the Batzell Building 101 AND 102 ANN Basement nf the Capital Hntel short time 8They will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a FRANKFORT - C0LLE6E FOR First term of ensuing year will begin September course of study in Â¬ YOUNG IvADIES 12 1S94 A full SPANISH LITERATURE ENGLISH LATIN GREEK FRENCH GERMAN COMPOSITION ELOCUTION CONVERSATION DELSARTE MUSIC ELEMENTS ETHICS PHILOSOPHV OF ART MENTAL CRITICISM POLITICAL ECONOMY HISTORY NATU RAL SCIENCES MATHEMATICS ABLE EFFICIENT FACULTY PRIMARY BRANCHES Â¬ A good home most pleas A first class college in every feature in which most careful attention will be given to the culantly located ture health and comfort of pupils Â¬ Â¬ Boys Admitted to the Academic Department Full Pri Â¬ Prepare for admission to best Colleges and Universities For terms and further information apply to mary course also ID- - 3D- T 33- 207 Second Street Fronting Bridge Â¬ II3auizes President rmtiuiXPP 4mMm4 J AWiJMifrimflliOTWllIIWIIWywiJ II ROWNIES wJsLJK BROWNIES asr- - BROWNIESI at THE WL1E A tick Pins Hat Pins9Riiigs9 Spoons And iirfww 2Can3r Otlier mmm jSTo velties totftit NbbrPi hmmiiiiiiJ lntT pathos FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT over with bright clean cnp land song Dm 1 V Uwr mmmSmmm wuliw The aSTe wcct Tliixifjc ac So can as Ivxasi LifactvT ect I JEWELER WAKE nir mh come- - Noti l iliiiict fiOtrifif VfvililHrtft 1itTlf ttnlt as second class mailable mutter OCTOBER 27 wyvimnvciousKm GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT ISU nisKil Trtnoodi RuGULMt Mketing Oct 1 23 1804 I At the regular meetin- - of the uesuay mgut an uie city council members were present except Councilman Pruett Â¬ 4 Mayor Julian vetoed the ordiprohibiting ex convicts nance without means ol support ironic becoming residents of Frankfort fiircc comdy ewr produced on the ground th it the council No Xo had no right to pas such an ordi- 0llj fii to see 1996 and the nance i lie veto was sustained br yht particular star Hettie Ber unanimously nard Chase Petition from residents of Short Life or DonUr street asking for gas lights and and It Is of vital Imiioitmice that It should be un- water plug was presented ilerstooil by peons whose Wdiies are Inactive referred this condition of thlnss Is llnally Inductive The Finance Committee report- - that state of the organs where life liaims In a of a ed that the assessment of the Mas- - balance till Brlslifs diseases diabetes albumliiii ntti ttri llkauot rf i rorr nlwtlniitanlniruntop for I8S6-S-Sat Mil their mature htane and all have a fatal ten- On Foard Co They often baffle the most practiced J Report ap- 45 OOO was correct medical skill and the most ippioved remedies of proved materlamedlca But opposed at outset- - that Is The Street Railway Co was to say when the kidney begin to discharge their functions inactively with Hostetters Stomach released from a bond given for the Bitters the dnmrerous tendency is checked Very proper construction Ol saia rail- - those useful alsoot is tills household medleliie for the common occurance-co- nailments stlpatlon biliousness dyspepsia and nervous way Hpsa it i a safeguard against malaria and averts chronic rneumaiim An ordinance to provide against Lost Two Finy ors injury to life or damage to property resulting from the operation of A young negro man by the stationary engines or steam gen- name of Andy Bryant who liveserating apparatus by incompetent rtoit- - llilonnM A ic till rr 111 frli 111 III SXl IlltllVlIIItJll lllJtLlllll engineers and providing for an in- was at- Faf mdale neighborhood spector of engines was given its temptjnrr i remove a loaded shell first passage irom a Dreecn iaaing snot gun1 The Street Railway Co was re Â¬ Mondav morning wlien the gun1 quested to in ike a report of each was discharged tearing off the two months gross earnings up to date first fingers ol his left hand and and fili it with the city clerk badly mangling the third He was The m itter of catch basins for brought to this CltV Wilere lie re sewer openings on Shelby street ceived surgical attention in South Frankfort was referred A lliith Ivk UiM to Street Committee 1 Miss Chase comes and wit rr wcnrrtsxtT suit aJUbtx7aRX3taiui VH VVKUN OU VTYCOfnT Il hre highly recommended by the Wm Coijih Aiili Vv ilntllT Mm tlKiif papers from all over the United Hj Cohix of tin iirtW IWendmiR lmimi tin In the iiltuve Mitnc Should remind vim that this is the time for Cold Win iloi Hettie Her- - creditorslo f tctiit ilif irilaliiii avto me aiv iitr us and Canada proven nodded Satesv ri iiiiirii i in uiiiitv wiii lilt Mini i ii nard Chase IS an excellent hailJO privf tieli- uliln- onwor lift or lauuarj lIMVi WEATHER STRIPS and DOOR MATS iy i nmnt s player claiming the title of be tig Oet JD Jm lnr 0 0 GOAL HODS POKERS FIRE SETS the best ldybanjui t in the world Which am offering at lower prices than ever befcre and will produce her b 11111 soios A stock of son s that have helped and oriainal M lU br n FiiA kiixci cnT cncirr hcf famou ma Kd Iom- - AtiMn Ililntlir v specialties are introduced by other En Iomi V lUlltXiVc Hot HilaiiK Hr litif ot an ouvr In tin- above raun the making members of the company if nl Lulu ifiii ivMl nr lirii tiiitl t 106 the Comedv event of tlli lied to present their claims De me imnen as re J julivd b laonor befoTo All marked down to cash basis eniuerl JUll n ijiseason The nav is guaranteed M v uct Mv uri u v i j jiij 1 Kotiw - i 1 large Hardware Cutlery Etc - iiflef -- uiiiim 1 1 Allnmr K ttnnnn HUgg mmnrnirni N KHK hS Garden AND OHNA -- M P GRAY HARDWARE MERCHANT 11 rtxgta - Orchard Vines J AWN OF KBUIT mental Trees Shrubs Small Fruits AsnaniKus ami eienthlimuMially Tr 11s on kK establishment eilo not sell through lgents but direct vimlt dtaloue on application A 4 KULIi tTuCIC prices to the Ky Iimhp fuund Veasey Etend Oct 13 2t rs vviiaafHv3MivjnvBnTacsvrt7mii dfc a cordl tl imitation to all Franklin county people to visit their famous new Ulery in Jolinston K 4 i Whether they wish a photo or not as it is the finest ground door the South or West Octfl 3m 1 F HCLLENMKYER IexliiKton 732 4th Avenue between Chestnut and Broadway LOUISVILLE KY 8 M W I KELLEY O OF CINCINNATI will be at the KENTUCKY TOBACCO FSOSCTXZI HOTEL IX LEXINGTON KY l Saturday October 27 1894 Saturday November 10 1894 Saturday December 8 1894 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 Â¬ Saturday November 24 1894 Â¬ - Tl V L 1 J K tv 1 VfflLiSS - Sf11 8ureCo WMcKeellardle Franklort Ky Anthony ieacn irunkiort Ky J T stateii rranklort Ky uoruencn irwiKiort m Hev L 1 Hulett Benson Ky a h Jicuure KranitfortK Duvlu Jlooie Benson iy las M Witlirow Urunkfoit Ky DK KKLLEYS ofllceainl residence is nujiiestrlllMOit K G L HRNNEN at25i uet iiuiiiuhiieeijiiniimiuiiii uric ac niiw be lound eerj dav of each week except SATUR- DAYS Paiiijlilets describing thes diseaseB and he mode ol livatment sent free to anyone W I KlvLLKY MD by addressing 259 w KiBbtst Cincinnati 0 CONSULTATION FREE BCIIOATK ormerij ol waKelleid venoate i 1 W McKEE HARDIE I DRUG-G-IST An Kiior I f In our notice la o week of the day and in crossing the St Clair wv a TVrTlST marriage of Miss Ltila Thompson bridge the animal began to JTiasdifcAiiLN JLitN X stieet of Paris who wis well known here kick turning the vehicle over near AND and Mr Roe Stocton of Mavs- - the south end of the bridge and nm r- w ville we stated upon the authority MD lUK I He HOGbHUAD Mr Wacmt out hrowi of a Cincinnati paper that the was dragged some dNtance but groom attempted suicide shortly Hnes and prevented TjAVixii iLbchasii the waxix mill hdd Qn to wt j lllll ivnuivt nonii int iivui v after the wedding It now turns the horse from running Cougleton Bros I am pienared to turnisli out the would be suicide was an rilllNlrlKS DJOlS TUHXED SASH Kour SuctMso entirely different party and that WOKK BLINDS STAIIt WOUK FHAMKS Mi Stocton and bride had re- the needed merit to more HavinB N1 All KINUtOF turned to Alavsvilh heforn thothan make trood all the ndvettisint claimed for them the following four t other party attempted to take his remedies have reached a phenominnl JflaloflJfOF sale Dr Kings New Discovery lor life UiHCpo h0isllltls Kactory one and 0 Consumption Coughs and Loioh iitlf iloek from 1ost onice on river trout Electric a share of public patronage Is solicited each bottle guaranteed May Jliiild at Oik o Bitters the great remedy fo Liver hucklens Stomach and Kidneys T Messrs I W and K C Ncol Arnica Salve the best in the world CHOATE new jiic nus wuiuu anu SiJlit 2 lv are making arrangements to com- - arJ j Lr icings perfect pill All these remedies guaranteed to do just what is mence the erection of a hand- claimed lor them and the dealer some two storv brick building whose name is attached lierewitn Beda wil1 upon the lot on br Uair stieet goW le Kla1 to tel1 J00 m0re of themutHf oahpenteks drug store next to Mr John R Todds new l I have for sale 2 coo A No building to supply the place of Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder For CEDAR POSTS Worlds Fair Highest Award the frame building lately destroyed further particulars apply to by fire The house will contain me on my premises two stor rooms with offices or T N Arnold 1 rt flats above Feb 2 tf j Mr D B Walcutt was driving a young horse to his buggy Sun HALLS OLD STAND FRANKFORT KY We keep a full line of TPTT T DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES JiYmJiJ H F1NNELL And cordially ask our friends to give us a call - r- - W MoKEE HARDIE Tan - - - C tc li Jl n 1 ttAYLE G O TO- mjj Eaiiae JOHN DRESGOLL LIQU0H MEfiCHMT For absolutely1 pure Whiskies Wines Bran- Â¬ c for medicinal and family use dies d Anderson Co Whisky 2 per gallon Older goods at the Four-year-ol- le3e nTwriT i Posts same low rate 1 235 Broadway May 20 Cin Opposite Capitol Square -- Calf October 30th The play 1996 is a farce comedy in 3 acts by Oct Charles W Chase and is bubbling I have a few fine young Boars and gilts Hettie Hernard Chase and her Berkshire foi use Can sell now ready fine city company of comedians them singly or in pairs Also vocalists and dancers will be at the one fine large Cotswold Buck Capital Theatre on Tuesday night Lamb and one Jersey Bull Silver Lake Farm 27 4L FOR RENT on Versailles turnpike The farm contains acres and is well mt la Krass and suited for Iossession tsiven on November dairy iiurposes For terms ajmly to 1st 1KM WM CHOMWKLL FAUSI LATELY OCClllEI Cromwell one half mile east or YOU WILL REALIZE THAT THEY LIVE WELL WHO LIVE CLEANLY IF YOU USE trunk fort HY A W S BLACK auk 11 tf UeclG lT SAPOLIO ism w i iVT VT fV J 5 Jk-IDiJJD- 7 GARLAND OAKS THE aMmranvrrmriym-r- BlMul OSSTXST OuZ Z n r lirnm With Perfect Ash Pan muuu LiuiMiiittgigm Fr CALL AND SEE THEM OHN T FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT relatively higher price FRANKFORT OCTOBER 27 18JM BUCKL EY Tfmmwvr Tnuuiiiiiii ii iMTWfiTr Mi mmiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiwiiimimi m iH I Cause ol I he Low JVki Wheat J for it than effected The amount shipped to for the poor quality of the Euro- - Cuba last year exceeded the pean wheat then the farmers inter- - amount shipped the previous year To Hrazil was est in the subject might not be by 80000 barrels quite so great but the facts are exported 920000 barrels an inof not sucn liie miners ui iiiiji crease over the year before of j YOU WANT- - Â¬ TO G ET ZIT OInT fKroiu thi Indiana Fanner B ffiV m M- - s Editor Indiana Farmer Much has been said of late through the pi ess upon the sub ject of the low price of wheat and All have agreed on its causes one point and that is that the price is low and here they divide I am aware that the farmers in the past often regarded the millers as their enemies but I will attempt to show briefly why the interests of farmer and miller are identical and that by reason of the feeling mentioned the causes of low priced wheat have not been removed First the miller is the best customer the farmer has and is always in the market and always pays the market price for the The market is not made wheat by the miller but is practically made by the Liverpool operator Except during the first month or two at the beginning of each crop year the millers take the buik f the wheat brought to the market During the first two months the movement is very heavy and much is exported but after this little goes for export fiom localities Remove where there are mills -- from our the milling industry country and our wheat must go abroad and come in competition with the poor and cheap wheats Not only of Km ope and India is this true but the offal is lost to The foreign miller our farmers use American wheat until will not it comes down in price to the poor wheat of Europe and India bi t the American flour could be placed in every market in the world because of its superiority if not shut out by prohibitory In talking with a foreign tariffs not Holland gentleman from long since he said in answer to my query as to how much Amen can wheat their native giillers They do not grind any ground because they can get Indian and European wheat so much cheaper They are anxious to use your fine American wheat but cant pay the price and compete in the nuuket Of course their with their flour flour is much inferior to your American article and they realize the fact but cant remedy the deI think they realize that fect your millers will eventually ruin their business and therefore they are asking for a duty on American He simply gave the situflour ation the world over The foreign miller will only take our wheat when it is either sold at the low price realized for poor foreign wheat or when the crop is short and they must have it On account of better wheat and better facilities and having attained a igher degree of art in manufac- re the American miller can pro- ce the best flour in the world market is at present narrowed the maintenance of prohibitory friff duties by certain foreign ountnes II these countries would ake American wheat and pay a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ through the Winter country Millers League an organ Wheat ization formed for the exclusive purpose of extending the markets of American flour have asked Congress to enact retaliatory laws whereby the luxuries purchased only bv our rich coming 1mm the countries maintaining high tariff duties against American flour might be char ed a double duty until they are willing by reciprocal treaties to allow our flour to enter their markets on a more equitable Notwithstanding the fact basis that every barrel of flour exported represents 4l2 bushels of wheat Congress at its last session refused this request and passed a bill in which many of these luxuries were placed on even a lower rate of duty The millers further asked that the reciprocity feature of the then existing tariff law be allowed to remain in force This was also disregarded and as a result Spain has abrogated her reciprocity treaty with the United States as to Cuba aid Hrazil has given notice that her treaty will be abrogated Janu ary 1st next To Cuba the mills of this country shipped last year nearly 900000 barrels of flour where scarcely any had been shipped before the treaty was Â¬ Â¬ 100000 barrels Spain has already advanced her tariff duty on our flour going to Cuba from Si 00 M4 per barrel to 4 75 or 75 cents from any other counhigher than Brazil will restore her old Our disclosing too much UPHOL Â¬ try duty which was equal to a prohiSTERED FURNITURE bition The mills have thus lost a market which would have taken We will offer ar this year over 2000000 barrels of flour Figuring this at 4 bushels to the barrel we find a loss to the American farmer of a market for fully 9000000 bushels of wheat Further than this the flour shipped Every piece of Upholstered Furniture in our stock consisting of Parlor c Suits Rockers Easy Chairs Sofas Come while to those markets was all made the assortment is unbroken from winter wheat no spring wheat flour going there It is a well known fact that neither of these countries have flour mills so that a market is absolutely lost to the winter wheat farmer for In face of that much wheat these facts is it any wonder that 2 wheat remains at the present low rsi Congressmen should be price committed to extend the markets fur American flour Tiut the sur plus wheat we have can be worked otT best through the mill is self evident from facts given above Theiefore it seems as if the farm KB ers should be with the miller on such a uroposition Â¬ THIS OFFER inventory Â¬ REDUGRD PRICES R ROGERS until further notice greatlv SON DON T BUY YOUR Â¬ Winter Boots A Shoes K K Pkrky HA Until you look at our stock r7t m VZil Golden Honors from the Mans Boot for 8150 iilrm Ki vgiiaiiLyij iiuiu r j iTjLtij a xiiaii fnl4 3 u irn S lis rrt - lo only 8200 stock Boot r Golden Coast for Our Women and Girls Nonripping Snoes j r are the Shoesfor mud and school H i j cu R K A McCLURE -- S0N rja -- Dr Prices Baking Powder California empire ot the Pacific salutes the world Her Midwinter Fair closed in a midsummer blaze of glory Second only to the Columbian Exposition in extent variety and splendor the coast display was a veritable triumph Out of her abundance the state poured her treasures and the nations of the earth came to aid her in her noble exhibition Memorable were the exhibits of gold and silver of wheat and oil of fruit and wine of silk and wool of all that man and nature could combine to produce And no exhibit attracted more attention or excited warmer approval than that of Boots Shoes Hats Books Stationery if1 isr kifokt 17 T ca J- y nci 3 - nzi s fi r 109 23 90 WHAT DOES IT MEAN Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Official tests showed it to be highest in leavening power purest in quality and most efficient in results of all baking powders made Accordingly the Highest Award and Gold Medal were conferred on Dr Prices at the Midwinter Fair Â¬ It meant thut thoQurm nl Oroirmt limit is IT tniki liortfs betKren Iliuliuuti aal ieiliistimt v1 1111I1 4 nlmrtrat Cincinnati to llir tniiiutiim CHniliM aliorteat Cindnuiti tn SiW liltn liw milia tbotttl Cincinnati tu hutuiuJK j Atliut ur Jacksuuvillt J lorIJa SOLiD VESTIBULED ltwccn TRAINS The triumph at San Francisco confirms the victory at Chicago The Midwinter Fair verdict sustains and vindi- Â¬ cates the bestowal of highest honors on Dr Prices by the jury of awards at the Worlds Columbian Exposition all tif tlmuliHit Mint Tlinmah Cars tn VlcthtirK nnl JhiT inning tlmnuli i irn 110 tn Know illu Iirt ttnlvN I C Dirii t linn 1 TtvuanlCinrinniti U Niw OrlianaMxor Jlrtlrn AhiilV iucnl nlnint totiri tn ifcinli Ilmn laiiT IIUii Slinviimrt MirIM villn innl Imn iuIhiv livi t ciiuiioitluu i uiiJo lit W Uuctuu illi tr u I il Viiuu otitn fjul v c icnl 1jjT Aem iiimaiov Cuiiinatl O fe CUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE J W1 ftmvtri a ttM MIHh -- r lnr tnv - if-ti- - im uitoiiirHftKr nP f laJi- l- - - if ij Bjt a i JL j - ifwiw un- - hh- - WtiMfMfl iritt rm fraitin irtMB 0 iiKijiGiurs Baptist Church Hew W 0 Tay lor the pastor will occupy his pulpit Â¬ to morrow morning at 11 nnd 730 p m Sunday school in the Chapel at 9fl0 a m Christian CnLRcn Row Georpe Darsie preaches to morrow at 11 and 7H0 Daily Dy Morning service ing How to be night subject Absolutely Safe The Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor holds in the lecture room at 045 its regular monthly consecration meeting Lee A Owens leader Sunday school meets at 930 Â¬ E Gorey the pastor will conduct the services at Church of the Good i Shepherd to morrow Low mass at 730 a m High mass HO a m Vespers at 3 p m YV i Catholic Church Rev Father Episcopal Church The usual services at 11 and 730 to morrow will be conducted by Rev R L Mc Cready the rector The regular services to morrow morn ing at 11 oclock and in the evening at 730 conducted b Rev J Mc Clusky Blayney D D the pastor here congratulate him upon his good fortune and wish the newy wedded pair every joy in lile Ioyntkk Ueu Mr John D Poynter formerly of this county but now of Winchester and Mrs Hell a charming widow of Clark county were married Wednesday We at the home of the bride flag had fallen in the thought the face of our old bachelor school male but although a little bit slow coming to time he seems to have gotten there in great shape Heres to you Jack old friend wishing you all the joy imaginable The County Clerk has issued the following marriage licenses the past week Mr Warren C Goins and Miss Nettie Lewis Mr Chas S Jeannin and Miss Nellie L Landes Mr Henry B Harrod and Miss Isabelle Wade Mr Wallace V Wheeler and Miss Lora A Blakemore Mnrv Martha tfuiVoll L B MARSHALL W A GAINES First Presbyterian Church Methodist Church Rev F S Pollett the pastor will occupy his morning at oclock and in the evening at 730 pulpit to morrow 11 Sunday school meets at 930 a m Epworth League convenes at 7 p an in the class room Rev D Clay Lilly the pastor will occupy his pulpit to morrow morning at 11 oclock and at 730 p m Sunday school at 930 Southern Presbyterian Church Matrimonial Philip D Arnold and Miss Mary J Todd will be married on Wednesday November 7th at the home of the brides mother on Campbell street at 630 in the evening Fettlr Griffjn Miss Maggie Griffin formerly of this city and Mr Victor Fetter of Louisville will be married at the Holy Trini ty Church at St Mathews Jefferson county on the ih of November at 7 oclock in the evening Mr Â¬ Â¬ Arnold Todd The death of this dear child at the home of her parents on Logan street last Monday calls for more than a mere passing notice Though she had seen but thirteen summers pass by already had the giaces of a lovely wonanhood begun to Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a of the adorn her brow Fair and beauti- - share line insurance patronage Real estate bought sold or leased A good of both city and country property for sale at all times ful in form and feature lithe and graceful as the young fawn you OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET were still more attracted as she came and went by the native FARM FOR SALE sweetness and beauty of her soul OFKKRThe brightness of her smile the yV111 acres FOR SALE A FINK FARM OF RARflFN FARM 0K SKVEN acres with situated on the it rgetown turn t music of her voice Jthe gentleness Hike Hmlles tram irnnkfort Tlilsitter pro rooms and nil other new triune cottage of four necesiiri improvements Is we a improved abundantly sup dmitUeland road plied of her acts told you that here was stock with water and Is especially Is ndipted to loci t d on good turnpike sale two miles from Frunkloit Is offeied for This Is very raising The neighborhood excellent desirable propert one of the rare spirits of earth churches and seluwls convenient and all sur roundings attractive She loved the good and hated the 1 ft A PI tfW OF Joon fAND WITH Mr wjAtiun modern Impruvements 3 bad as instinctively as she breathed 260 ACRE FARM miles from Frankfort Is offered at a bargain Natural and human as her childhood was heaven seemed to lie JOOD IMPROVE FINE LNI WITH A GREAT BARGAIN nieiits situated near Forks of Elkhorn Is about her and the angels to be offered for sale This limn Is well adapted to TS OFFERED IN A NEW TWO STORY FRAME stock raising or will line tobacco as well its L residence of seven looms and two acres of Not long could such all other crops suited rainthis climate Will sell land at Thorn Hill This property Is nicely lo Â¬ calling her tor on easj paj inants cated fronting on the Owenton turnpike and will be sold on wefkly pamen s to the right as she be spared from the native party Knot sold Immediately will rent nt u low tigure And though her going realm means desolation to the stricken Deaths home of which she was the light FOR RENT COTTAGE OF FOUR ROOMS AT Brock In Bellepoint Friday and joy in lifes early fore toon InRAMK Hill This property will be sold cheap morning October 26 1894 to she unfolds the wings of her im- and on very easy payments only a small cash payment being required with the balance paid TWO STORY FRAME RESIDENCE OF weekly A seven rooms with Urge grounds on Murray Mr James Brock and wife a mortality and like the birds of street South Side daughter Carrie Elizabeth autumn flies away Miss Susan Brown Brown She is not dead the child of our affec AND THE TAYLOR second daughter of Gov John BETWEEN offered for AVENUE easy termc tion sale on Bat gone into that school lots are on good twenty foot street and These died Saturday Where she no longer needs our poor pro- adjoin Judge Dianes propeity Young Brown COTTARE5 ROOMS tection morning at the Executive Masion TWO FROIETajlor inenue OF FOUR Is good on This And Christ himself doth rule property and will be sold on easy payments to after an illness of many months Uw right party If you are Interested come quick Day after day wo think what she is doing with consumption aged 23 years In those bright realms of air The remains were taken to the Year after year her tender stop pursuing 210 ACRES FARM LoBehold tier grown more fair A FINEroadmilesOFfroiiixKrinklort FINELY goodÂ¬ on a cated 8 home of the family at Hender on upon which there Is a brick resi turnpike rooms and rooms do we Miss Thus broken walk with her and keep un dence of 5necessarya tenement of four This land Is OF THE REST BUSINESS E5TAHLISH Monday for interment Improvements allother inents In the city consisting of good clean In a high state of cultivation the Improvements goods The boud which nature gives tine Bron was greatly beloved by Thinking that our remembrance though are Insale willcondition anda in order to make a stock of This Is and a well established a prolltablo a line opportunity lor man with trade be offered ut bargain quick capital those who knew her best and has unspoken May reach her where she lives left to sorrowing friends the memory of a life filled with deeds of And though at times impetuous with emotion benevolence and Christian charity And anguish long suppressed STORY FRVMK RESIDENCE OF GROOMS STORY URICK RESIDENCE OF 8 The swelling heart heaves moaning like TWO Lewis street with lot 5a by 100 feet This TWO 14 acres ot land In Bridgeport ROOMS Eguert Nellie the little This Is good property und Is offered at a bargain Is verj valuable property the ocean daughter of Mr Frank That cannot be at rest Egbert and wife died at 5 oclock Wo will be patient and assuage the feeling Monday afternoon and at 630 in L B MARSHALL CO Real Estate and Insurance Ags FORSALE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 3 LOTS 11 FORJALE Â¬ FOR SALE Â¬ Â¬ FOR SALE Â¬ FOR SALE FOR SALE L B four-year-ol- d Harrod Wade Mr Henry B Â¬ Harrod and Miss Isabel Wade were married Wednesday afternoon by Rev F S Pollett at the residence of Mr James Harrod on Main street Hayiex Bohon Miss Mary IBohon and Mr Steve Hayden of the U S Revenue Service at jpresent stationed at Lawrence burg were married on Wednesday at the home of the brides father Col H C Bohon Cashier of the First National Bank at Har Miss Bohon made irodsburg many friends in this city during iher visits to her couiin Miss Liz zie Hudson who will wish her a long and happy life with the partner of her choice Mr Jas McKwan Hartfokd McHwan formerly of this city but now of St Louie Mo and of Shelby Miss Belle Hartford Tuesday county were mairicd morning in Louisville by Rev J The young people M Weaver been sweethearts for a long had time but the parents of the bridt opposed their mam ing for severa months so an elopement was ar Mr McFwan left this ranged city on the early train Mon- Â¬ day and met his bridt to be on the Shelb ville train bound for Louisville and accompanied her to that city u ht re the at S Ten mony was performed oclock Tuesday morning at the residence of the officiating minis- Â¬ The happy young people ter left thnt evening for St Louis where the groom is engaged as th traveling man fur a rubber goods house Jimmies many friends Â¬ It is to call your attention to the fact that Dr Hales Household Ointment is the finest remedy in the world for general use For sorrow It takes away pains at once ipjxruxnJinnnnjinjirLriri cuts burns bruises neuralgia and a Howard William Arthur the hundred ailments one is apt to have in the infant son of Mr W A HowarJ You want it after the house all once you have time and and wife died Wednesday night tried it von wont be without it 25 Carpen Â¬ cents a box after a brief illness with inflama and 50drug store at P H b ters The funeral tion of the brain The onliest place to find chi- Â¬ i took place Thursday afternoon at finnnjTnjxariJinJUTJiJTJTJinjuxruiJTJi ldrens shoes in all styles at lowest 330 from the family residence on prices Ann street Meagher Marshall 6 tf Mary Martha daughSakfell ter of Mr W S Saffell and wife Advertised Letters at Frankfort who had been a sufferer from that Kentucky dred disease diphtheria for several J juxnjurnjTnnJTJiJTiTnjviru weeks died Monday morning at 6 Below will be found a list of adver- Â¬ Mary was a bright and tised letters for the week ending oclock Oct JO 1894 m I interesting child 13 years of age Armstrong Roxie Mason Miss Gar- and her death is a great blow to Amyx Miss Jennie ret W M Sallie Piner her parents who have the warm Â¬ Bryan Miss m r a nyion Mr oavannan Brumley G Maggie est sympathy of a large circle of thru uxruxrinjxruuxrinriiuuxruanjTTiruTnjux Bishop Mr A H Poynter Sousan fiiends Mr Porter MrsOlarisa Commotto Payne Mr B F Jobeph Mrs Asenath 1 StanStanton RobertsMra Lizzie Horten Win 31 r ton died Monday at the home of Coleman Roberts Miss Jessie David her son Mr Richard T Stanton in Cannes Mr Eluet Roberts Miss Ella Miss The Da idson M r Spencer Carrollton aged 83 years Cornelius Jumes was the mother of Maj Dushing Ella deceased Sudzuki Geoge G Why pay old prices for old goods when you can get new Smith J S Gordon Walter Henry T Stanton of this city You will read this theevening Franktheir little baby both boy also passed away dying from diphtheria The home of these heart broken parents was thus rendered desolate in less than two hours and they are crushed under the weight of their great We may not wholly stay By silence sanctifying not concealing The grief that must have way G D MARSHALL CO arm nJxriTLrinjmnjtnruiJinjifiJijxnjT Well Uet a Cent STOVES Tinware Â¬ Mantels and Grates e u3T2T SXZE1E3T- Â¬ GROCERIES goods at lower prices Bettie Stump died Stumi in this county near at her home Hatton on Wednesday aged 53 Her funeral took j lace years Mrs Thursday Ticiini r Mrs died at the home of her husband in Hood Miss Ella Shouse J B Stoney M E F Stuart Rev W E Hayse Pat Tolbart Robert Lewis Kate Whilley Mr Pey Lane Mr E W ton Muro Miss Betsie Simpson M T Moore J B When calling for these letters say James Tichner advertised S B Holmes P M WE HAVE EVERYTHING G00D1T0 EAT Buckwheat Flour Maple Syrup Breakfast Gems Rolled Outs Oatmeal Rice Hominy and Beans all new goods New York Cream Pine Apple and Edam Cheese California and French Prunes French Peas Beans and Largest stock of Olives Olive Mushrooms Oil Shelled Almonds etc in the city the Cetlar Run neighborhood Monday morning after an illness of several weeks with typhoid fever Her daughter died with the same disease several weeks ago and Mr Tichner has been confined to bed with it for several weeks but is The family have in improving greatly afflicted and deed been are in a pitiable condition Mrs Tichilcr having left six small chil dren to the care of the father hangs in the whose life still balance Â¬ Â¬ Every mother should know that The first croup can be prevented Hvmptom of true croup is hoarse ness This is followed by a peculiar 7 cents If Chamberlains 11 rounds of Granulated Sugar 1 Corn nor Can rough cough 10 cents 45 cents Good Salmon per Can remedy is given freely as soon packages Cofloe Cough 8J cents 325 Tomatoes per Can as the child becomes hoarse or oven J 12 M Flour per Barrel after the cough has developed it will prevent the attack 25 and 50 eent ELSE IN PROPORTION bottles for sale by Phil Carpenter South Side Druggist Â¬ EVERYTHING Kor G trunks MiiAfJiiER umbrellas and valises cheap call on tf Marshall JAS HEENEY SOUTH SIDE GROCER i uct27 2ui fife Al L jHC Siji tJkduG tSuiL IJUMi Max - jjLzjhihM WiiiVi Mtriiiii j rr itfliijrtiiri JmL lWa M1Mht 7 lIUCJfJHD OXTIMO IIHJinVAV A Scoundrels AsmuiIi Lmlv Ipon L We learn froiti persons who v came in on the Kentucky Mid land train at noon yesterday tint Miss Klla Ivimbrough a young lady about eighteen years of are who lives near Oxford in Scott county was driving into George town yesterday morning in a b J Jy alone and wlfen about two miles from the latter place she passed a young white man by the name of Charles Morgan on the road Alter the buggy passed him Mor gan ran and climbed into the vehicle irom the rear put his arm around her and attempted to take improper liberties with the young lady who screamed lor help when the scoundrel jumped out of the vehicle and ran but was J W Kuazier afterwards captured and lodged in J VV Hawkins There was jail at Georgetown some talk yesterday afternon about OIEXLV VIOL AT IXC J TIIK LAW taking him from jail and hanging him but the more cool headed In Cuttliing Fish by Iho Wufion citizens discouraged it IjoikI Â¬ Â¬ of jrninjr or suntlim to any store on tlie Lords day in Upon a manifestation of willing-Voun-- v of thc cinircjles 0 t to co operate in this matter a SlKNn VOLlt OVTINO ON TIIK OISIIAT LAKKS - lOIIV KCIIOIS IriKruvMN VM pktrvosfjuf- Mfirkinne Ilimd It vHi only cost ynn about from Dc trnl sjrfniiaToifdoslMfrr tn Cleveland TIIK MI ssrIIMT VALLEY KOlTK for the tund trip inrltidinj- iikiiK mid Iicrllis Avoid the Iical mid diM hj trine in on Hie llonfiui p lce The Tile tVIII VCIII IIIJVII Vlll wl VWIIIIIIIIU attractions m iip to thu Hnekiniie rcLii me UMMirimsd The ilainl iNelf is a cits conkctioners butchers aiui ONLY ONE NICiltT- - IlIDK rmil roinantic pot ili Minute niot in druggists to make uniform ar Two new ttcd jHienger ioniting LOUISVILLE TQ MEMPHIS aciiiiueM hiive jimt hiea built foi the rangements and due publication tipper hike route oiinjf WSOOOOO cueli will be made of their completion fhry nrc efpiippid with every modern H TIIK MOJT IEUKKCT SEItVICE niiveiiicnre atiiiiiiKiutois hath - 100ns so that all may adjust their house t illurntmttd throughout by elcctiiuitv id mi ri nt ccd to bo the gniiulest hold affairs t cairy out the same tid tufct Meutners on fresh water Jn testimony of our most hearty flw earners favoiably compare with Hi jrcit ocean liners in conbtruttion and co operation in tins matter we all i jutn tae nieiimu unai rr uits wncn Sued Four tiips per week ljowec11 ioledo Detroit hereto affix our names St nip of FiM is inkon it it pleasant icimce Petokey Alpena 3Iiickinae ihir Una CJiieago AND ALL POINTS McClusky Blanlv tiic taste and actr J iil n frcohing to U tt and Duliith Daily belwtenClove gently 3 it promptly on the Kidneys hifdand Detroit Gkokge Daksie Daily between Clove Mvcr and JJuvvels cleanses the sp- - and and The cabins parlors VV C Tavlok ein c tlucttialiy dispels cold- - iiead md aateruoins of these steamers arc de of S IOILEIT iclics and fevers and cures hahitual iiicd frrthe complete entertainment pal-it- - Ritc Ticket ami all liifoniuitlon turnlolieil by iiiity under homo conditions the Tloket cnt of any Uilliy Co it not is the Syrup of Figs usti4atton luipnient the luxury of tho ap D Clay Lilly mtdreis lcmedy of it kind ever pro novtnidiN makes traveling on thcM y W J McBRIDE K L McCkevdy ji Tr ivellrii Pis Aueat duced plojiMiig to the taste and rieri thoroughly cirjoyable Send for Iutilillle Ky- ii i trated descriptivo pamphlet Address W K Gorky e to tlo stomach prompt in A A bunviz G P T A D ii C ts action and truly beneficial in its Oittiiit Alich VV Cooper T B LYNCH clients prepaed onl from the most leiifril Psftuer Airent Louisville Ky J VV Kauris - c 0 s w e r 1 11 11 pisuDi LiiniiBtt3 c Â¬ c it oesjs in JSiVjiOY lirff MEMPHIS VICKSBUKG NEW ORLEANS and j Put-in-Ba- y South Southwest 1 Â¬ ac-tl-- i TO ItKJIKMUKIt TIIK I J ATI I DAY SAB- - by and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it lo all and have made it the most popular remedy known fcryrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and SI bottles by all leading drug gists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any We are informed that an inter- substitute loper from parts unknown has CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO herd I Â¬ Â¬ -- t22s x5e- - MONON ROUTE The quick 11ml direct route from The Direct and Popular Line to Louisville to Arkansas and Texas One hundred and ilfty miles Â¬ located his shanty boat at or near Thc Christian People or the the mouth of Flat Creek and is City Ajrree to a Hotter Ob Â¬ openly violating the fish law He servance ol Suinluy in SAN FRANCISCO CAL LOUISVILLE KY NEW YORK NY CHICAGO And all Points NORTH and WEST SHORTEST TO LITTLE R0CKH And the only route WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARSL the Future flfr signed by the pastors of all this city this week where they the churches in the city both white were sold right under the noses and colored and submitted to the of the officers of the law Where several congregations at the is the Sheriff Constable or other morning service on Sunday After officer charged with the enforcethe paper was read the vote f ment of the fish law that this man each congregation was taken and is not looked after The Fish and was practically unanimous not a Game Club should wake up and vote in any of the churches being have this fellow prosecuted cast against it Mens boys and youths winter Admitted the Pacts To thc members of Churches and boots low down at Meagher Marshalls congregations and all philanthro Newspaper editors have to be very in opening their columns for careful pists of thc city of Frankfotl statements But aware that the Dr Ojr Lord has taught us in his Miles Medical Co are responsible Dr Hales Household Ointment following tesroom gospel that the Sabbath was we make from Rfor the MeDougall Auburn timonial the finest remedy in made for nnn It is one of Ind who for two years noticed a Is absolutely cures catarrh theIt world cures stoppage or skipping of the pulse his It heavens most beneficent institu- Â¬ irfr nifTo o nt ro tunder he could not Neuralgia and Rheumatism Cures he was tions for the physical menttl and lie on it his heart fluttered doctors Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum in the most soothing manner Cures alarmed went to diiferent spiritual well being of the race found no reliel nut one Doctae 01 ur jfummeu ami uranumieu njeuus be Coughs and him New Heart It belongs to man as man and no Mileselegant book Cure cured Start- - Cures internally A Colds Can positive specific taken New and The one has the moral right unneces- ling Facts free at J W Gayles It for pneumonia Cuts Bruises Burns and nervous dis uiiiiuuuus oures ui uiuj suiiuuui tells sarily to deprive any other one eases nil about hoarb and many wonderful cures 3 Corns and Bunions are cured quickly different from all else superior to all of its rest its privileges its bess ALL KINDS OP RATES VIA THE else it has no equal 25 and 50e boxes ings Large size cheapest Sold at P II MIDLAND S Carpenters drug store Owing to the thoughtlessness on the part of many and want Nov 12 19 IO I exington and Times are hard and shoes aie of fore arrangement certain classes return at one and a third fare ac- cheap at cf our people especially grocers count fall races Mkaghek Marshall 6tfl confectioners butchers and drugOct 30 31 to Nicholasvilleand gists are required to be at their return at one and one third fare on Itouto places of business on the Lords account of the Jessamine county TlpQlcon aiul day in violation of the laws of trots Invites inquiries 111 regard to Sum- ntr esorts on its line in tlie pictur Oetoher w 7S m TiVhrlnC esque both God and man w IWV Kentucky Ten ville and return at Si 60 on ac nessee mountains of The line and Alabama Many of these men want their passes near the famous battle fields count Y M C A meeting Sunday rest but are compelled by at Mill Springs Mission Ridge uiucKaniauga and lookout the habits of the community to Lost A gold bracelet some- They are surrounded by Mountain charming keep their shops and stores open where between Christian Church summer resting places at Bumside High Falls It is a moral wrong inflicted on at Forks of Elkhorn and Mr Harry Cumberland Springs Lookout Bridge Â¬ Rugby Rhea place on the Versailles tain Springville Alabama and Moun these people by the public It is Shaws other pike robbing them of one of their most graved lhe name Salli e is en points railroad rates - Charming Low on lock A liberal reward sacred and inalienable rights uu llome8 -- roeBI Iewt au will be paid for its return to this This is an evil which ought to office S It Wo invito correspondence cheor- fully giving the information desired be remediedjan which we believe for tho purpose of having you arrange rilK IJICJ IHrit 1JOUTK can be remedied by a little practo spend your summer recreation on tical consideration Has tlu HU Tciiulnal rueill our line Let all supCi P A W 0 Riniurson tvs at Chicago plies needed for the Sabbath be Cincinnati Ohio orucrcu su a w oe ueuverea on AU tPftIlw onter Chicago on tho IUi Saturday night This can be uols OentraltrncUs along six miles of Milos Norvo and Livor Pills imu uiiito imoiic iirougu me most i T UUIIV U litl- Ullll UUIIC CllIU is picturesquo portion of the city and Act on now principle -- regulating being done in other cities with ul PU8HOKos in tho magnificent tho liver stomach and bowols though Now Central Station on Twelfth street tho nerves A new discovory Dr manv times over the Donulation of and Inko Front Thu nttinn la Miles Pills speedily cure biliousness We think it is only voiiient to tho Auditorium Rloheliou bad taste torpid liver plies constipa- Â¬ oui city VIotorJn nnd Lolund Hotels and with- - tion Splondid for men woman and necessary to ask our people to act in two blocks of tho State and children Smallest milder surest Wm81 Streot Ouble Mm awl the 60 closes for 25 cents Sam pies free at i in nnimt tisu 45 ly south Side Klovatcd Kailwav Con J W Gayles Frankfort Ky will be done here and with but voniontstopH are also mado at ITydo Park Thirty Ninth street and Twontv little inconvenience to any one Goodycir Welts in all stylos Second street Stations Magnitlcont Vestibuled from S2 c un All tiuaranteed Trains Therefore we the ministers and Parlor Cars Wagner SUonhiB Cars Loods nt pastors of this city without ex Private Compartment Huflot Sleep 0 AlHUillKK lV AlAKSM Ml si ception would earnestly call upon ing Jars and Superb Dining Cars No triiiiHfui across Ciiioiiiuati to iniiko Gtf all the members of our churches COIllHOtiOllH wL Your ticktitsliouhl road via tho ri IADIKS ky d all lovers of man to so adjust Four lioutu to onjov tliuso privilies NceiHiiK a tonic or children who wnut buildiUL Up hliolllll tlllkt ir domestic arrangements that E O McCormick laHrt Tnilllc MrillUOUs lllO UlTTKItS 15 aIaktin Clonl Pass Tlct At It Is pleasant cures Malaria ImltKcMlon may henceforth be no need Big Four Route Oliiuinimti O IllliousucMi Liver Cuiuplulutb uuil Neuralgia up Â¬ Â¬ I The following paper was drawn able to send two wagon loads to is fishing with a set net and catch ing fish in such quantities as to be The Xlvliolitsrlllc Trolf On account of the Jessamine County Trotting and Record Meeting October 30th and 31st the Crescent Route in its Queen usual liberal manner comes out with an announcement of reduced rates from all Kentucky points on C the Q Ask agents for full particulars rates schedules etc Chas VV Zell D P A Cincinnati Ohio VV C Rinearson G P A Cincinnati Ohio Â¬ Â¬ If 5011 are joins to enilgrue to Vestibuled Trains Dining Car Services Palace Chair Cars Sherman Dallas Fort Worth Austin or Houston This N Pulman Buffet Sleepers And Only the CHEAPEST AND REST ROUTE No change of cars to Firt CIas Accommodations For Further Information Address Sryn C B L P A W Crush K D A Mobile Memphis Montgomery and New Orieans ior further Information address C LOUISVILLE OR P ATMORE LOUISVILLE G P T A KENTUCKY Jas Barker G P A Chicago 111 Kentucky Midland Ry Only direct line between CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT and Paris Ca m JS23ixrz Snortest nnd uuicKest tietween Frankfort lisle ivm mouth and TICKETa VIA Uay57ls tyntfciana CQTingto KV ul- - Â¬ j SK KOK MIDLAND TIUlSIByteWuiSTililDIIIBTIHE H3 mB TOR A TRIAL MONTHS SUBSCRIPTION Hsjj IlMK TABLE to thc TMisuiur Times JJUU1UULLU M thc brichtcst and best afternoon Â¬ I liii Uj Hj Bsi Ald A M 1 1 1ML 51 H m ntAINS Lv KMiiKtort Lv sunuiilt E UT A No No S No 7 LOO 700 71 G 7 11 7 IS LID 4 16 H PAPER IN THE SOUTH B LvStMinilna d round L Elkhorn H Lvsu Itzer 4iS 4 3t 4J1 140 aar 235 L5 LID Â¬ C--- H Latest Market Quotations H Latest State News JH K H All j BB the Local News Complete Press Reports mM in s Depot Lv Newtown Lv Centrevllle Lv C Lv Duviill Lv Juhuou Lv ijeoriwtonn 731 74U 74G 450 4b7 503 5 13 444 B 753 8U8 30D Lv AT Ar Paris EllMbeth Mli 0 A M pai SJl 51 PlllsTuiUtlun IMrisJuniKtloii bS0 P No 2 No 4 5j 535 3JO 335 34 I0U P M Largest Circulation the South tjXt AM j j H M 30000 AND OVER DAILY H TRAINS WKST L NoaNoia I L Â¬ 1 50 CENTS A MONTH Or A 500 a Year by Mall I H M H ArcVntervllle i iiria rKllzaleth c mro 10 10 542 IJ05 fi15 0 lit 1014 Ar NewtovMi S Depot Ar 1032 B lOJJ 440 4P5 521 510 141 I H JNO I NEW TON HALDEIVIANbus SOS Fourth Avenue LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY ArKeoiKetowu Ar lolnison Ar Dmnll ArSMinptniMi round Ar swltiier i 1037 ll5i 11 00 1110 1117 1147 045 1151 703 7 13 T57 Ar Summit Ar Franklort A Ar KHUiorn llJt iisu 7M 7i doo 810 830 850 905 IU5 l 25 747 I I t0 j IJ Ohio Ry WASHING Â¬ B N connects lth L connects with Q A C and connects wtth K 0 t L3 -- Â¬ Â¬ Chesapeake 3- SUNDAY TRAINS l will tun on Sun lavs until further intlce No 1 will ieiw Krankfort at 815 a in and Ueometuwn at 002 itrrltliiLHt Nos 2 and The Kentuck Mtdliiul Railway and connec Â¬ tions form the shortest ami cheapest route to al points north south east and vvet For turther Intormatlon appb to their agents C D IMilsatiiUI - PHILADELPHIA BEIUWV ien i - 2Q2T0H and all Eastern Cities I lis AbL iEO li HaRIER City Tloket Agent Jen Supt E B WEITEL 11 Shot test Line between FK ANKKORT LKXINCTOX ami KASTERN TOIXTS Time card In effect May 13 1SJI IlAsT IIOIMI Vilbiileil Kpres- Mt tcillhiAcuuti Mt I K V Expres- - No2 Midland Acconi No NoJbdtlljex sr IIOIM No 21 dall ilallj cn miii dally le Lelniton 11 h 15 7 Mia m m Sun 5W pm v Â¬ roue Arr leMimton v M Steillni Acconi No 27 tlill e miii No 21 dally 1115 v m tlantlc Eptess No 25 dally ex Sun 4 ih p si Mldtmil ivom 011 v VeMllviled Kprcss No 2J dally oM Wstltiiileil Trains with Dliiliu ars Jul j 2il hours Hinklort to New Yort- li tlil - M Hotli I - - No Hustiaiinleis i W HARNEY II W FULLER tliroimh tialns run D I li rianklort A Cenl Pass Washington AKt V C Ass1 leiil Iixs Ait Cincinnati IcIaton y C HRYAN For a VW I OHTA1N A IATKNT prompt niiswer unci an holiest opinion wilto to w ho Imv o liul tieui ly llf t y years M V N N tV iiinunnlci IXIHilonro In tho patent buinci UonsMiliily contldentlal A llundlioiiU of In loiiimtiim c oiucrnlnc IutenlH and hov to ob t ill it tlUMii Heat tree AIo a cnlaloui3 of tuccliau icul mul solentltlo books font lieu litents tnkiui tlirmwli Munn Co rccclvo BpccluliioticoliithoSiieiitiliw Anieiieiiiiand tints aro brouuht widely betorotlio public with Â¬ out post to tho inventor This ttuleiuihl pnpr bsued weekly eleantlylllutratod bus tis i rtno iirnest elrciilittiou of any Mlciititlc wink In tlto tiiiplo conies neiii nee world Stfuyear lliilldiiik Kditton uiont lily vMa car Slmtlo copies v1 cettta Kvery number coutnlns ul plates in colors and photographs of new houses with plans euubliUB bulUk rs to hIiow tliu luti t designs uud secure cnutrtut j Address MUNN ii CO NMV YOUK JU1 Dkoadway -1 W COPYRIGHTS Lt besot r v Clothing Sale Overcoats and Suits Mens Ulsters 52 in Jeans coats BRDTGHER WE OFFER FOR THE I 8THS EARLY FALL BUYERS A RARE TREAT IX BEST Jeans Pants SHOE SALE Childrens and Boys 330wts 75c and 1 The Peoples Great Trading Center SOME STARTLING BARGAINS NEVER BEFORE HAVE PRICES BEEN SO LOW long 5 to 20 Mens Suits Union Cassimere S4 to Boys 750 Childrens CHILDRENS JERSEY ITS 2 5 mens Furnisigs Mens Gray Net Undershirts Â¬ RUBS For Buggy or riage CarÂ¬ Si 25 te 300 Boots Ladies Heavy Calf Sloes S125 to Si 50 MEXS ALL MOOL SUITS Our lot Childrens Suits old stvle ayes 5 6 and 7 will close at 2 were sold for S5 and 0 Â¬ Cassimere Suits 5 Commence at 350 up to tiful quality Beau 275 and Drawt rs 95c a suit Mcnn Natural FleeceUn derwear only 125 suit C3 catISugs Felt to 15 Wrights Health Underwear Only 2 Mens Dress Suits Clay Diagonals Tricots Corkscrews and Fancv Worsted 10 per suit il 5 to 25 a j9 Jeans Pants SO Â¬ THE BEST MENS flLL wnnL All the new things and Childrens in Boys GLOVES Hanie 1 CHS Strong Gloves 49c 75c to Si Misses and Boys Shoes Goal Rugs go Calf Great Bargains at 99c Plush Lined Black or Only S400 Lined olte3 jLjOt j White Â¬ 5 to 8 MISSES LADIES Single and Double Breasted Leather lined Japanese Silk Handkerup chiefs ony 25c 35c 50c and 75c Gat Wolf Bugs Sio to 15 Springheel Patent Tip Dongola Kid Shoes Si 00 to Si 50 One large lot of Buck Gloves 125 Up Linen Handkerchiefs Fancy Border 3 to 2 50 Trunks Telescopes Fine Trunks S250 to Sio 00 Black Cheviot Suits Frock Double and Single Breasted O Â¬ SUITS NOW READY for 25c BENNETT S5 BflBIWS all go at Dress Kid Unlined Gloves op Shoes 350 FANCY BORDER 10 to 15 to2 Si up Imp Linen Hdkfs 25c 35c 50c Mens 25c - Areties 25 English i fl S The very best Will give twelve months wear only 350 Mi Pants Jersey Gloves 25c to 50c TELESCOPES 25c 90c Si Si 50 to S250 Ladies Rubbers 40c 60c J Cine The Peoples Great Trading Center it LongPanisSujis SiarKs Ages 15 12 ALL THE LATEST Leather Bags S2 HATS need MECKWESB 25c up to Si 00 to 7 50 Grurcner starts to 19 S250 to Just what ou We are receiving new styles daily UMBRELLAS 75c up to Sio The Peoples Great Trading Center Judge Dennys Appointments Hm Hon George Denny Republi- Â¬ can candidate for Congress will speak at the following times and places Stamping Ground Scott county Saturday October 27th I p m Ruddles Il ill Bourbon county Monday October 29th p m Oxford Scott county Tuesday October 30th 1 p m Millcrsburg Bourbon county Wednesday October 31st 1 p m Mr V C Owens Democratic candidate is invited to meet Judge Denny at all appointments and de bate the issues of the day 1 Â¬ Naturally it would do so Somehow this law has a queer look to the independent American voter To Texas T Â¬ To the Voters of Franklin County Ky Frankfort Aug 1894 he Queen Crescent Routf mk will sell tickets to Texas on Octo bcr 23d and November 6th at one fare for the round trip plus S2 tickets on sale from stations CinÂ¬ Â¬ VH lmj SK ft It - cinnati to Meridian inclusive ex cept Gasden Good to return twenty days from date of sale Choice of routes via New Orleans or via Shreveport Solid vestibulcd trains to New Orleans Short line and quick time Ask agents for particulars or ad dress Summer- J N Rush T P A ville Ga For school books and school J R McGregor T P A Birsupplies call at mingham Ala Mkaghlk Marshalls A J Lytle D P A Chatta Ctf nooga Tenn Chas W ZiiiL D P A Cincin The JJullot in Belgium nati O It is a unique ballot law the A 31 II I Ion Friends new one under which the people of Belgium lately voted for the A friend in need is a friend indeed first time Voting is compulsory and nob lens than one million people just such friend m J Jr have and voters are divided into three Kings found Discovery afor Consump New classes It made many of the citi tion Couehs and Colds- - If vou hio zens very angry when they found never used this Great Cough Medi- you that they had to vote whether they cine one trial will convince powers in it has wonderful curative wanted to or The lowest all diseases of Throat Chest and of the three voters those Lungs Each bottle is guaranteed to class who have only one vote apiece do all that is claimed or money will refunded Trial bottles consists of all men 25 years old be H Caupkntebs drug store free at Largo P 1 and over who have lived in one bottles 50c and 1 election district a year or more Those who want to compete for The second class is composed of our squash prize must have their persons who have two votes apiece and to this belong married men squash in by November I 1 894 R K McClurk Son who pay personal taxes to the 7 2t of Si The third class of amount Our shoes are way up ana our voters have three ballots each prices are way down Come and To this class belong the educated see people and large property owners Meagher Marshalls All the priests in Belgium come under the head of the third class and there are 10000 of them For Rent Pleasant rooms for Consequently the priests of Bel rent 322 Steele street South gium muster a voting force of 30 Side Mrs Walter R Franklin At the late election the 000 tf Clerical party made large gains 51 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ nt I Yielding to the flattering and of partial earnest solicitation friends and representative citizens of all political faiths I have contrary to my purpose to never again stand for office determined to make the race for County Judge at the November election This is the most important 1894 office in the county government In the hands of the County Judge are placed the liberties of the citizens in criminal trials before examining court as also the moneyed interests of a large class of debtors and creditors litigating matters of account in the quarterly court besides the settlement and oversight of the estates of widows and orphans The taxing interests of the citizens s in the hands of the County Judge and the Magistrates it- will 1m uifMi Hint rnnrÂ¬ vu wv Lounty judge wields a large in No fluence in county affairs t mote taxes siiouid be laid tnan 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 econo mic honest business principles A hmt nf hmnlri trht hmili Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i - j The good people of my native 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 SUHnil USIUTELT to the office which I am soon to REMOVES CANvoluntarily surrender while evi- Â¬ dencing the partiality and most generous favor of my peisonal as well as political following is an earnest of my faithful impartial and successful discharge of duty in the past and must be my guarantee for the future I have in no sense sought this office and if I am elected to it 1 GUMS THE must be elected by the uncor SCALP AND EN rupted vote of the people as I will LIVEKS THE not bring to bear any corrupting influences to obtain it At the For Sale by All proper time I will visit the preDrugjists cincts of the county teb KMy T1UDK MAItK Respectfully VV H Snhed St jP JJ D- Ig Â¬ Ji I Utility l IIC MAI geiieruitvit Hi they are to be equally benefited by it UV Â¬ Â¬ It is local taxation and the distribution of the funds derived therefrom that comes home di rectly to the county and city tax payer 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 gist m per cent of tax each year Large line of ladies Rochester consistent with an economic hon and Cincinnati fine shoes at tst and impartial government and Meagher Marshalls to have this tax promptly collected and honestly and fairly apo plied to the good of the entire Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder county Worlds Fair Highest Medal and Diploma Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ There is no medicine so often need ed in every home and so admirably adapted to the purpose for which it is intended as Chamberlains Pain Hardly a week passed but Balm some member of the family has need of it A11toothache or headache mav i ue uurim oy u a lotion 01 rneuma- usii or neuralgia qutateu Tlie novcro pain or burn or scald promptly re lieved and the sore healed in much lens time than when modi cine has to bo sent for A sprain may bo promptly treated before in flammation sets in which insures a cure in about one third of the time otherwise required Cuts and brines should receive immediate treatment before the parts become swollen which can only be done whon Pain Balm is kept at hand A sore throat may bo cured before it becomes serious A troublesome corn may bo removed by apply ing it twice a day for a week or two A lame back may be cured and sev eral days of valuable time saved or a pain in the Bide or chest relieved Prowithout paying a doctor bill cure a CO cent bottle at once and you will never regret it For sale by Phil Carpenter South Slue Drug Â¬ A 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TABLERS BUCKEYE OINTHT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES A SURE and CERTAIN M MHIIMUBH BEST REMEDY for P2LES Prepared known for IB voarn as thn fcy CURE RJJVtt HY ALT UUVGGISTS B1CHABBS0S M2D CO ST L0UI3 Ma ISMy I08T IN QUANTITY GEST IN QUALM WORMS Â¬ vermifuge 20 Has led all WORM Remedies RICHARDSON WHITES CREM FOR YEARS EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED1 SOLD BY AIIi DRUGGISTS Pre partd by MKufllNK CO BT LOCI8 12 Â¬ May ly Â¬ Job work neatly exj cutea at mis office S9F J NM I