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TlL TO i I I f fjr fir MlfMrfJH1tWyWti1lfJI V T nu r w - 1l f ltaiui iat- - ti - h Tie Feamfort Romdibotjt GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advanot NO 9 VOL XVIII FRANKFOET KY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 3 1894 Important to Touchers and County Super n tendon ts OlKICE OF Wr 3 0 0 WMSMMSMMMMMSMSMSMai Fkankvokt Ky October SUFTOr lUDlIO INHTMIPTION 1894 Joo r El 0 0 0 0 official reports show that no baking powder received an award over the Royal at the Chicago Worlds Creech school teacher in Jnckson county nppcllnnt On Creechs nppenl vs Substnnce of judgment Snndry pntrons of School District No Hi Jnckson county nppellees A flARJ3TEIJ TWO Fair The judge of awards on baking pow der writes that the claim by another company to have received the highest award is false that no such award was given to it The Royal Baking Powder is the purest and strongest baking powder made and has received the highest award at every fair wherever exhibited in competition with others ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO 5 S S 5 5 5 S 1 s la 1 s 5 Sevetal patrons of District No Kentucky 16 in Jackson county filed a petition with the County Superintendent of Schools charging their teacher Joe A Creech immoral man with being an without particularly specifying the acts constituting his immorality and asking that Creechs license to teach school be taken away from him and thereupon said FOR THIS WEEK County Superintendent tried the care and in the trial allowed the accusers to prove the charge by hearsay evidence and rendered a judgment forfeiting Creechs certificate and Creech appealed to Ed Porter Thompson Superinten dent of Public Instruction and 400 yards all wool Henrietta said Superintendent of Public In- and Serge in black navy blue struction reversed the rulings of brown and myrtle green at 35 Â¬ SPECIAL BARGAINS 1st BARGAIN Â¬ s s s the County Superintendent ing 1 hold- Â¬ cents a yard worth 50 cents i 106 WALL ST NEW YORK 3MMMMMMMMMMMMMMiMMM ItUN INTO AMI WRECKED A Third Trial Mr Philip D Arnold of tills Dr J L Massie who killed City Meets AVitli an Accident Jesse Honaker several years ago at Tjuwrenceburff just over the Owen line near Elm Mr Philip D Arnold of this ville this county is again on trial The case city and his cousin Mrs Virgie at Owenton this week Redden of this county were re- hs been twice tried each time the turning in a buggy from a visit to jury returning a verdict against the his parents in Mercer county Sun Doctor and fixing his punishment day evening and just in the edge at a long term in the penitentiary of Lawrenceburg they met two but both times the decision of the young men by the name of Hicks lower court was reversed by the The case has and Hackley also in a buggy who Court of Appeals were driving rapidly Mr Arnold so often been tried in Owen county gave them most of the road and that every one has become familiar called to them to pull out but the with the facts of the case and it two buggies collided and were has been necessary to send out of overturned throwing the occupants the county for jurors to sit in the out Mr Arnold and Mrs Redden case Hon James Andrew Scott were uninjured but were caught of this city is one of Massies in the top of their vehicle and attorneys the mare they were driving began Cut u Tailor to kick her heels coming uncomMr M R Wayts formerly of fortably near their heads every time she lashed out with her hind this city but now of Georgetown legs but Mr Arnold succeeded in had a difficulty with a Uilor by holding her until they could extri- the name of Henry Fokes in that cate themselves from thiir peri- place one day last week and used lous position when she ran away his pocket knife on him cutting At the tearing the buggy to pieces but a gash in his right arm was caught in the streets of Law- trial Monday it was proved the renceburg where she fell on the tailor insulted Mr Wayts and the The other buggy was judge only assessed a fine of 25 sidewalk badly damaged but the occupants against him Mr Arnold also escaped unhurt Recovers Ills Speech procured another buggy and he Summit Alphonce and Mrs Redden came on home tnimiokln T4Hempllng of tiinrla fin Ujltl t 1a fl driving the same horse without uUldavit that his boh who Dad had St Vitus Dance tor further trouble He has employed twelve years lost his speech was a lawyer and will bring suit against completely cured after using three bottles ot Dr Miles Restorative the young men for damages Nervine and also recovered his Thousands testify to wonWhen he went back Monday for speech cures from using for ner derful the remnants of his buggy he vous diseases dyspepsia it nervous offered to settle the matter arnica debility dullness confusion of mind o Four doses of this bly with them but one of the headache Nervine cured Mrs W E Burns young men would not listen to South Bend Ind who had been Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A COWARDLY DEED Jl Â¬ Attempt to Throw n Trnln Down an Embankment Some crowardly scoundrel made an unsuccessful attempt to derail the C 0 train due here at p m from the East on Sun722 day evening Ties were piled in a V shape on one of the rails on the big fill just east of the crossing of the Glens Creek pike about a mile above the city and were evidently placed there with the intention of throwing off a train bound for Lexington as the point of the V was towards this city The train coming down the giade at that point is generaly slowed up and under control but as the view of the road for any distance is concealed from the engineer bv a cut at the east end of the fill he did not see the obstruction until nearly upon the fill when he applied the airbrakes and stopped the train but not until the ties were struck and slid along the track by the pilot of the engine The jar to the train was so slight that no one on board felt it except the engineer and fireman and none of the passengers were aware that they had a narrow escape from going down a forty foot embankment and in all probability being killed Another attempt was made to wreck a train near Jetts Station several months ago by placing a piece of iron in the Irog of a switch but it also failed The party who is doing this work should be hunted out and treated to a hempen necktie Â¬ That the County Superintendents as well as the Superintendent of Public Instruction must be governed by the same law govern ing penal prosecutions in the Cir18 pairs Wool Blankets at cuit Courts and that the charge 400 250 a pair worth of immorality without specifica Buy now and save money tions showing the acts supposed to be immoral is too vague to support a conviction 2 That unless there was legal Creechs evidence establishing guilt beyond a reasonable doubt the law commanded his acquittal That the charge was too 3 vague to put Creech on his trial and that the proof offered by his accusers was in the main only No 214 St Clair St next door to Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 2d BARGAIN Â¬ Â¬ HPBTSTEINS R K hearsay and was incompetent and so there was neither accusation nor legal proof authorizing a judg ment against Creech Judgment affirmed John L Scott Son of Frank fort and V H Clark of McKee Attorney for Creech McClure Â¬ Â¬ H G MATTERS THE- - Grusp the Opportunity P ft you to try a 25c bottle of Dr Hales House hold Cough Cure This new remedy acts quiciklv on the bronchial tubes throat and lungs lessens the desire to cough and heals mucous mem- brane If consumption it will cure OO vnu Pleasant to take The children Carpenter cordially invites Our enterprising druggist Â¬ lMtllu911ljl 1 AlAliN CTnrrm O 1 K like it FRANKFORT Business and Professional Directory CONFECTIONER LVWYERS JOHN R TODD JVM CROMWELL Manufacturing Confectioner 41 St Clair Street Home made Candles Fuilts Nuts and Ice Cream ami Soda Water In season Clais and Tobacco Near new bridge Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky Will practice In the Also Real Estate Aieut Courts of Franklin ami tlm adjoining counties and will also give special attention to the pur Â¬ chase uml sale of real estate collection of rents claims ami the negotiation of loans Â¬ W NEWSDEALER J CHINN JR Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky Oltlce second i twelve-year-ol- d GUY BARRETT News Dealer anil Bookseller 332 Main Street Fine Stationery Peiiodlciils of all kinds Fancy iOOds Will practice In all State Courts tloor custom Home DRUGS- - W If AVERILL Druggist Â¬ 8 Main Street opp City Hall For a pain in the side or chest Flue Stationery a A general stock of Drugs there is nothing so good as a piece of specialty Cigars anil Tobacco Prescriptions PAINTERS flannel dampened with Chamberlains compounded at all hours Pain Balm and bound over the seat of pain It affords prompt and perma W IS BRIDGEFORD JXO JV R W1LLIAMSCO In suffering with constant headache for nent relief and if used in time will reason and was very insulting Druggists The Painter fact he came rear having a person Â¬ three months Trial bottle and ele Â¬ often prevent a cold from resulting 4 in pneumonia This same treatment difficulty with the same man gant book froe at J V Gayles al 314 Main Sttect 10 St Clair Street is a sure cure for lame back For sale Sunday night just after the accby Phil Oarpennkr South Side Wall Paper Paints Oils ami Class coiisttuitl on Prescriptions carefulh ainlaccuratelj tilled at all Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder hours A line line ot Fancy Toilet Articles liaml Druggist ident Worlds Pair Highest Medal and Diploma Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ W-ij - - W i tv y - I Kfr rt urn mrnt himhii - ii 0 DISAPPOINTMENTS 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 - 0 CIIITC MEN v OUI I u- - 5 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 750 8 SBXS CI 1 1 YS AXTI I KM ITM 320 j 10 1250 THE BIG FOUR ItOUTE Hudson PKIJSONAIj I umphries Til K Social Dance SHOW Â¬ 1 OClSJSHlJ r If Lizzie Downey Short street Mr and Mrs J H Sheets of this county who have been visiting rela tives in Cynthiana for the past week returned home Monday Mrs Moran and Master Gussie of Jetts Station Miss Katie Feeny of Paynes Depot and Miss Sopter Quinn of Poplar Bluff Missouri nAH4lk ijihli ui uiu weuic wiwi miss ii wrt Huiii lib Â¬ lk BuckQy 9lent nst week The social dance given by Miss Has the Host Terminal Facili Â¬ m Louisville Yciiii- lVojilo Mtiv Dunce Anna Sheets at her home in this The ties at Chicago at Jt if They Wish Dr W H Dade has returned from county Friday evening O tober All trains enter Chicago on the Illi- Â¬ a visit to Henderson 26th was quite a success being nois Central tracks along six miles of Mr Louis Hat ris ha tendered Miss Olarn Buckley returned Satur the Lake Front through the most IIIiltr l ttv0Aar ht nilltnlim fiictnresque portion of the city and day from Cincinnati to the lady managers of the Chrys in the magnificent ber of young ladies from this city Mrs V F Dindridge spent Satur anthemum New Central Station on Twelfth street hnir whirh tili p day last in Louisville and also from Shelby county The and Lake Front This station is con- Â¬ place m the Capital Hotel ballt Mr Will Dudley spent Sunday with Tracy Hand furnished the music venient to the Auditorium Richelieu Â¬ Victoria and Leland Hotels and withroom on the 14th and 15th of this his mother in this city in two blocks of the State and Thanksgiving Day month tiie services of his orchesWabash Street Cable Lines and the Mrs Frank B Richardson is visit South Side Elevated Railway Contra and hey will furnish music each ing relatives at Hopkinsville The president has issued the venient stops are also made at Hyde evenini so that the young people Miss Newbrandt of Cincinnati is Park Thirty usual proclamation fixing Thurs- Â¬ Second streetNinth street and Twenty Stations the guest of Mrs Johnston Barrett who attend the exhibition when day November 29th as the na- Â¬ Magnificent Vestibuled Trains Mrs Chas Saffell left for Louis Parlor Cars Wagner Sleeping Oars they have enjoyed looking at the tional thanksgiving day It is Private Compartment Buffet Sleepville Thursday to spend a few days Misses Annie and Kittie Galbraith cjfcfi an ltB lJIU VU UIUIUWIIVW XU now in order for the Governors of ing Cars and Superb Dining Cars No TVTo Tn a -- ijio jjui nubile uiiu nun ituuei tt ill whn linvfl Vipbii- vSsirincr frimirla in transfer across Cincinnati to make Paris visited relatives here last bracken countv have returned to the different States to do likewise connections This additional attraction should their home on the South Side Your ticket should read via the Big week Four Route to enjoy these privileges Col L W McKee of Lawrence On a Yihit Major J Alex Grant and wife re- Â¬ draw a much large attendance and E O McCormick Pass Traffic Mgrr burg was in the city Tuesday on turned yesterday from a visit of sev- Â¬ the young people should remem- Â¬ D B Martin Genl Pass Tkt Agt Big Four Route Cincinnati O business The teachers of the City School eral weeks to relatives in Evansville ber the dates and be surt to be on Mr Thos H Bradiey of George Indiana and St Louis Missouri taking advantage of their enforced hand town spent Monday in this city on Will Sell idleness went to Louisville in a Mr George F Stickney and bride business Three lots at Thorn Hill all ad- Â¬ Working Night and Day body Thursday and spent the day returned Thursday morning from Mr James W Crutcher and wife their bridal trip and are stopping joining for 150 cash or will sell spent Sunday in Georgetown visiting temporarily at the Capital Hotel them separately at 55 each The contractor who is remov- visiting the schools in that city relatives F H Morse Plaid Silks Mr S B Holmes returned Mnnrlnv ing the piers of the old St Clair Roundabout Office Mr Sandy Hord of Aurora Illi- Â¬ street bridge from the river has nois has been visiting relatives here evening from a trip of several weeks Latest colorings for fancy silk to Washington City and Anapolis had electric arc lights put up and this week waists from 75 cts a yard up Maryland Mrs Holmes and children js running two sets of hands a Sam D Johnson Co Miss Mamie Morris left for Louis- stopped off at Winchester to visit c u u ville Thursday morning to spend Mrs I N Cardwell and will return IurLCr a few days work Lieutenant Waterman home to day and all mothers who are nursing Millinery Mrs Maxwell of Missouri is the the U- - S- - Engineer in charge of babies derive great benefit from i wif of wMf FnT n oi guest of her brother Mr John E Scotts Emulsion This prepara- Â¬ reThe latest designs constantly Sulphur are visiting their daughteril the river has ordered navigation Miles and family tion serves two purposes It All the new shades in Mrs J W McManus at the Dudley suspended and drawn off all the ceived gives vital strength to mothers Mrs Nicholas McDowell and daugh Â¬ Farm near this city He has been satin antique flowers birds and also enriches their milk and ter Miss Sue of Danville spent Sat magistrate of Scott county for twenty-f- a water from this pool to facilitate feathers and ribbons thus makes their babies thrive urday lastjin this city Sam D Johnson Co our years and has the nomination the work and the middle pier and Mr Grant Green sr is visiting his for a seventh term He is 80 years of the one nearest the south bank 8 it daughter Mrs George Alexander in age have been removed nearly down Toilet Sets Greenville Mississippi Early next Mr Alex Innes who is now run- to the required level Miss Camilla Baskett of Shelby ning on the L N Railroad with We have some beautiful toilet ill of them will be taken down county is the guest of Mrs M D headquarters at Bowling Green waB week sets that we will close out very sufficiently low as not to interfere Averill near Farmdale summoned home Tuesday by tele- Â¬ cheap Is a constructive food that pro Mr Allan Keller of Carlisle at- Â¬ graph on account of the illness of with navigation when the gates at Sam D Johnson Co motes the making of healthy tended the Keller Crutcher wedding relatives One of his brothers and Lock No 4 will be closed and the tissue and bone It is a wonder- Â¬ in this city on Thursday three sisters have typhoid fever at water will speedily hide from sight ful remedy for Emaciation Cenerat Hon G R Keller and wife of the home of their mother in this all that remains of the old piers IHankets Debility Throat and Lung Complaints Carlisle attended their sons mai county Coughs Colds Anaemia Scrofula and which have withstood the floods Diseases riage in the city Thursday We have a fine stock of white WastingPamphlet on of Children Scoffs RmuUion Frtr Stndfcr Advertised Letters at Frankfort of nearly a century and colored blankets that are very Scott Bowne NY All Druggists 60c and I Mrs Nancy Huston Banks who has Kentucky Come and see them been visiting Mrs William Lindsay umbrellas and cheap Sam For trunks Saturday for New York D Johnson left Co Below will be found a list of adver- Â¬ valises cheap call on 8 it Mr H H Watson returned Satur Â¬ tised letters for Meagher Marshall the week ending day evening from a two weeks visit Nov 3 1894 Special Sale of Woolen Dress to New York City and Pittsburg TON KAIRHANK SOALK IN JOOI Goods AKIVK tlon together with the house over the Ashlinger Hiram Kelley Abe Too Karl v Yet Mr Henry Polsgrove and wife left Bongiomo iur Leak Fisher sjino unci mock pen connected thereto For Wednesday morning for Cincinnati to GuiseDoe Leonard Mr Otto Monday Tuesday and Wednes- tci ins apply to SOUTH TRIMBLE There is some talk of re opening day Nov Cooper Ben McBride Lee visit Mr Will T Crutcher and wife Foiks of Klkhorn Kv 5th 6th and 7U1 a big oct27 lm McCrery Scottie Cott John El the City Schools but it is the reduction in price for the above Mrs James D Headley of Hopkins Crittenden Mrs Peterfoe Mrs county is visiting her son Hon John Laura B Martha opinion of several physicians that date L N TIME TABLE Miss Pool Mrs Ethel W Headley on South Shelby street Callum Sam D Johnson Co it is hardly the proj er thing to do Maggie Phelps Emilv A M A M P M P M 8 it Reed Mr Ed Mrs M J Lewis and Miss Margaret Duncan M B SOUTH Let the diphtheria disappear enNo 17 No No21 No 23 M r Rutherford Miss A Lewis left Wednesday afternoon Donalson tirely before the children of the Frank Eliza Mens boys and youths winter Lv Lexington Tlr 777 TH5 015 for a visit to relatives in Louisville Dent Mrs C Thompson Mrs Yaniiillton 212 036 Jlt city are gathered together in the boots low down at MtiHwiy D17 227 050 M P Mr Sam D Johnson and wife at- Darts Mr W E JSiOl Spring Station 235 li57 Meagher Marshalls Some lingering school rooms Ellis Miss Kittie Taylor Mose P Frankfort 800 720 U06fi tended the debut party of Miss Clara Gower Katie Wells Miss Tillie germ of the disease carried in the 1028 017 ftigilari a33 751 1032 034 H0K Dudley in Lexington Tuesday even Â¬ Howard Julia Ileiihurevllln 341 B Wapon J 367 813 Eminence 10i041 Jordan Mrs Eliza Williams Annie clothing of some child might ing 1115 707 Lady Teacher Wanted Lacraniie 425 838 Jessee Miss Mat- - Washington Jas 11351733 1ewee Valley 448 85 Mr J L Sage for many years a cause a fresh outbreak ltetter Anchorage 45G 003 1144 745 tie 2 Wykolf Alvin Ar Louisville 1210 812 520 Ub6 Wanted a lady to teach in a well known resident of this city but Kloplen Mrs M wait awhile yet now of Lexington was in the city private family in a country home When calling for these letters say A M P M P 41 P II Tuesday S B Holmes P M Guitar Instruction and Jhino Would prefer one who has lived advertised NORTH No 18 No20iNo22 No 24 in the country holds a first class Mrs Martha Jett of Germantown Tuning certificate has had experiehce in Lv LouNvllle V0 4 Ill1 330 73Bracken county is the guest of the Henry Brady teacher of J Cure for Headache Anchorage 811 433 054 402 teaching and not under twenty family of Mr G M Galbraith on IVwee Valley 824 448 705 410 will give lessons in bax- guitar LauTatige 733 428 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J Miss Louise Hughes is visiting rein- tives in Louisville Mr and Mrs W J Hughes spent severai dnyb in L0UiSville the first of the week Mr J w Q e nnd wife roturned Thursday evening from a two weeks trip to New York and other eastern cities Mr John Rice of the Auditors Ofllce and wife left Thursday for a visit to relatives in Mt Sterling and Louisa Senator William Lindsay and wife have gone to Cincinnati where the Senator will have his throat treated by a specialist w ri ti i i flW cuj Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ uin lc WEAK WOMEN J Â¬ Â¬ Emulsion FORSALR I Â¬ 11 Â¬ 41 rl 1 1020 Frankfort 535 C3o nent cure and the most dreaded SnrliiL Station 20 1046 55 Midway habitual sick headaches yield to its 1165 60b 92 Yarnalltnn 1111 U40 021 Wo urge all who are influence Ar Lexington 1110 1130 aillicted to procure a bottle and give 45 tf a tair trial cases of tins remedy in Goodyear Welts in all styles No 21 will stop nt Anchorage Hnd habitual constipation Electric Bitters for for pisnongorrt cures by giving the needed tone to All fine shoes on C D or F from 250 up All guaranteed ChrlrtMuirtburK Lexington und points beyond the bowels and few cases long resist width at goods at No 17 11 and 21 oonnoot nt Lagrange 11 WlliU WJ nrjVJ Ji lU4r muuiUIU Meagher Marshall s Meagher Marshalls Largo bottles only 50 cents at P H Nos 11 and 21 oouneot for Ciuoiuuati 6 tf 2 at AutorKe for Bloomfleld Branoh 6tf arijntkrs drug store T v j w uunti juiuuinc jjiuui h nas proveu 10 ho the vory best It effects a perma Â¬ the years of age No letters answered latest and most approved Pianos For particulars see Mrs James Grahams tuned and repaired First class Goins at Labrot Distillery Woodford county For terms references furnished 6 im c aoply at 3 18 Clinton street tons celebrated mcthod liigtlnri Fmlntiice Pleasnrevllle 850 J 20 04J 0 15 5ro 515 542 758 800 825 865 5K - L r WiMftlWqllft1l ftjjjfeipjiAfar- - fi M- - rttVfr I i v V i1 W jJJpi1 U h lidfriiftlgUri brffi fT 3 Hk aM PRESENTS JEWELS Y 1 In great number styles R3 and prices Watches chains rings and bracelets fg come in ornate settings EJ fe 1KU M A SELBERT in rafi H2tt JEWELER Kovomie Assignments fcotynivMi Altogether our collections form a brtHuint display It is the wonder and delight of the fair sex Approved by the ladies it must muster You should see our delightful collect useful mis of the ornamental and EJ U Before Thoy Celebrated Dr J Q A Stewart and wife Below will be found the assign- of U S Storekeepers in who were married on the 28th of ments this county for the month of No- October 1858 celebrated the 36th anniversary of their wedding on vember viz No 4 J L Cox Monday last Hermitage their anniversary and M B Lucas having fallen on the day before John Cochran Co No 36 A Sunday at their residence the McDowell Stewart Home near Farmdale Co No Mr S C Bull and wife of this E H Taylor Jr 2 W N Gist city were also married on the Co No same day and were guests of H Taylor Jr E honor on the occasion 113 B J Drake W A Gaines Co No 106 Taking Subscriptions James Rogers Mr J A Graham General J N Blakemore No 96 R H Whittington Agent of the Globe Building and 5- The New YorJ Casino Vaudi- J J M Saffell No 91 Sid Loan Association of Louisville will be at the is in the city taking subscriptions ville Company IBrennen Storekeeper and Gauger Opera House Wednesday Nov Old Judge Distillery Company of stock and loaning money He Â¬ Purchasing Your Wedding Gifts J This play has a real live plot A brewer with a plenitude of cash temporaril tiring of domestic life backs a farce comedy company Unknown to him his wife whom he supposes has sailed for Europe has dramatic aspirations and being an attractive personage se cures an engagment as the star of the company and disguised is not recognized by her husband who falls n love with her There are a dozen other people entangled in the circumstances ard after a rapid chase after each other dur the three acts the curtain falls on an audience still applauding Cncinnati Enquirer of Monday Oct 29 At Opeia House Monday Nov Â¬ TlXCMX Best Indigo Blue Calico Best Colored Calico vi Flannel Picking Heavy Yard Wide Br uvn Cotton Yard Wide Bleacned Cotton good Good Coirnort 2lz Yards Wide Sheeting G iod Bed 41 - Good ant yt cents 0 5 -- - j2i This is the lowest price ever made on these A large stock of Dry Goods cheaper than ever known goods for it in vain for some time he re- Â¬ Capt Henry Wilson has pur marked in regard to the perpetrator of the deed that if he did it in chased from Messrs Shaw a moment of hilarity and mirth he Sheets the little steamer W L could forgive him but if he did it Norton and will refit and run her with malice in his heart he was a in the Kentucky and Ohio river n d he and all trade his house Numerous citizens Very Funny Summer Bliziud felt the same way Thursday morn Ask auv person who was at the ing when they came out to find 1 i Jiciiiu ium evening wnai lie minus t their gale missing their tHILMilf 111 t O G D H ana re ui r ouuuncr mizzaru coops in a neighbors door and will take you aside laugh hysteriHaunted other moveable articles carried cally and asuie you on the honor some distance down the street of a man who has enjoyed the luxA haunted home Jin ttiese practical ami un out an Wednesday was Halloween and ury of a laugh about 1 50 minutes ronvintlc day- - is smiiethlun of a rarity Ills nil luillvliliul lriuuceil with the idea that long that night ghosts walked all over thingsthat it is one of the very best inent Is Incurable l a iieritmuKe frequently of the kind he has ever seen met with Disbelief lu the ability of medicine ringing bells removing and after advising you town not to miss to cure isIn only a 111IUI form of inonounnli wagon wheels gates signs c it will assert his intention to take altlumulirelief some casesmyrepeated Mliuroi to sources dlllerent from in obtain to Justify The boys and girls who had all of it in again with his family and would almost seem Hitters hasthe doubt Ilos Uemonstraed its tetters Stomuvh constipation overcome dyspepsia if he pos- ability to Kidney this fun doubtless enjoyed it even his mother-in-lacomplaints liver ami sesses one The disagreeable 11ml nervousness trouuie Its maiariai recorded achieve and but if they heard the cussing the ments In the curative line ousjht at leist to weather last night did not prevent troubled with either next morning they know that it the house being comfortably fil ed warrant Its trial by anyonealthough his previous of the above ailments even aid have to was not so very funny to their and just as surely as each one pres eitorcs withobtain remedialthe Bitters been fruitless will conquer Tsed persistence the most obstinate cases ent laughed until his sides ached victims and joined in demanding half a look through our Come Bishop Dudley at Ascension hundred encores just as surely will entire lineand nothing see lots cost Church he prove a first class advertisment Mkaohkk Marshall for the musical farce this week The Rt Rev T U Dudley D Manager Olhe Hagan D Bishop of Kentucky will than kept his promise has more He said Dissolution Notice preach at Ascension Church to- he would entertain his Cincinnati MUTUAL morrow at 1 1 a m and 730 p m friends with the best show of the BY IllucK Htmlies COXSKNT TUB dayFIRM OK Co have this dissolved S Hughes retiring All persons kind on the road to day but he partnership Bishop Dudley is one of the most iiuvluiicliilms uuidnsUhe linn will please present tnem eloquent and popular preachers promised as well a splendid com debted for payment and ail persons who are In the llrm will please pany a plentude of music a num lllack AtoCrutcher ussumliu all c ill and settle contracts and not only of Kentucky but of the ber of and pretty girls artistic and liabilitiesthem settlemeit of all liidebtuess to be ri HUGHES country and will doubtless have sensatoinal dances andjelegant ef- made to rf ULAUK Oct 11 18H MLCItUTCHKR large congregations to hear him fects The remainder of the week He will administer the Apostolic Manager Hagan will be on good We will continue the business at the old stand of lllack wita a full supply of the bjst coal at Rite of Confirmation at the night terms with himself when he theSlowest price We cordially Invite you to cull III ACK V CHIT ICIIKU service counts the box office receipts and see3 us Nov Â¬ Â¬ I No 11 R A Frazier Store- is stopping at the Capital Hotel and would be glad to see anyone keeper and Gauger Son No who wishes to buy stock as an in E H Taylor Jr vestment or negotiate a loan His 53 W B Allen Labrot Graham No 52 Geo company loans on either city or McConnell country real estate The only changes in the assignA ChllaEnjoys ments of the gaugers is the addition of Labrot Grahams dis- The pleasant flavor gentle action tillery to the assignment of How and soothing effects of Syrup of Figs when in need of a laxative ard Gaines and if the father or mother be Some Funny Fun costive or bilious the most grati A once prominent ritizen of fying results follow its use so that this city came of his door early it is the best family remedy known one morning in the long ago to and every family should have a find his front gate taken from the bottle on hand hinges and gone After looking Bought a Steamboat Â¬ Â¬ 7- - J Oct 6 3 ni L RODMAN DEALERS IN SON Yon Yonson will be the attract- Â¬ House Thurs 8 day Nov ion at the Opera In Memoriam John William Rivek -- I was sad when they told me he was dead The subject of thin sketch was born twenty eight years ago near Bridge port Franklin county Ky where he spent his life He was a good boy and out of the boy grew one of the best men I ever knew He had a limited common school education which was obtained at tiie Fairview When he became a school house man he did not leave home as many of the boys of to day do but remained and supported his widowed mother About two and younger brother years ago he was married to Miss Belle Herndon an old schoolmate and sweetheart of his childhood The happy union was blessed with a little babe which lived but a short time and God took back its spirit Only a few weeks later and that awful dis ease typhoid fever claimed my friend and now he sleeps Peace to his ashes He was buried in the family grave yard a short distance from where lie was born educated married lived and died He had a host of friends which was evidenced by the long procession that followed his remains to the grave Weep not dear wife loving mother and affectionate brother rather live witli a brighter hope of the future before you Fix your eyes upon Jesus He can heal your sor The family has the deepest rows sympathy of many friends Â¬ Â¬ Black Bl Hursey FINE Â¬ Â¬ HOPS 232 and SADDLES A COMPLETE LINE OF TROTTING and RUNNING HORSE GOODS ALWAYS OX HAND -ZNTET -A- mar 10 3ni STREET CO JACOB SWIGERT ON MAIN STEET Have Removed From the Batzell Building TO 1 1 1 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Basement nf the Capital Hntel will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a time short Â¬ Â¬ fiaThey Â¬ FRANKFORT - COLLEGE FOB First term of ensuing year will begin September course of study in Â¬ Â¬ YOUNG XvJLDIKB 12 1894 A full ENGLISH LATIN GREEK FRENCH GERMAN SPANISH LITERATURE COMPOSITION ELOCUTION CONVERSATION DELSARTE MUSIC ELEMENTS OF ETHICS ART MENTAL PHILOSOPHY CRITICISM POLITICAL ECONOMY HISTORY NATU RAL SCIENCES MATHEMATICS ABLE EFFICIENT FACULTY PRIMARY BRANCHES Â¬ Ac 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A good home most pleasA first class college in every feature antly located in which most careful attention will be given to the culture health and comfort of pupils Â¬ Â¬ 11 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 T- - Â¬ K- - Bavmciee ID 3D ZEresic3ent 1 111 207 Second Street Fronting Bridge - - i M BROWNIES Aad BROWNIES I3ST- BROWNIES at THE WIDE AWAKE Stick Pins Hat PinsRings Spoons 3vCaxi3r I8b Tlio 3STewct Tliing a ae Seen as Lady WiinUincrrs Vin is jEiiriEa 0 C Otlier bT o velties LZ BW arLTactviroci JEWELER MtANKFOKT UUUNDABOUT Entered at the post oMce at Frankfort Kentucky as second class mailable matter mi i ti if if fi w I-fc I t chiefly remem ilde Oscar VIUNKIIJ beied by the multitude as a young Wt CoiiiKs AHM11 Tl ilntlirCOUNTY COllT trt rewv awTvn wtmzszs 3rzx22sa vs m GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub man who made himself ridiculous W Hy CoiiikV Hkiijn to Defendants virtue order some years ago by appearing creditors of of an Coble In thoulxiveeaiHe the Should remind you that this is the time for Win decked are Her by nntliled to n esent their clalais to me proven as 1894 FRANKFORT NOVEMBER before the public in velvet breeches required by law or to aupear before me and prove their claims on or bt lore Taiumrr 1 1KI5 and long hair and preaching the WEATHER STRIPS and DOOR MATS W HIMSKY Tho Case Ilovcrsinl Oct LMlm Commissioner F C C gospel of sunflowers and lillies GOAL HODS POKERS FIRE SETS Court of Appeals on Thurs- - Those of them who think him The Which I am offering at lower prices than ever before day handed down an opinion in only a silly sentimentalist will have A large stock of V H Murray vs a magnificent opportunity to cor the cise of F1U v KLIN A Murray reversing the rect that impression by witnessing Fn Luno3 ADMit Plaintiff CI iCUIT COURT James vs decision of the Franklin Circuit the presentation of his play Lady En LoNnsHKtKMiVc DefendantBy virtue ot an order In the iiIiovh Court The suit was brought by Windemeres Fan at the Opera creditor of Kd Lomideceased are cause the to present tlielr claims t me proven as the appellant for a division of his House Saturday night November quired by birt onWor Hbefoie December lbJJ re All marked down to cash basis POSEY Conunisslo ner F C C They will find in that play Oct 2t fathers estate but his petition 13d was dismissed by the Circuit more genuine wit wisdom and Court and he appealed the case satire than will be found in any DJ JC LROQQ VIiDQCRICQI The Court of Appeals reverses twenty plays produced during his jDLwL UuJlUU JlUDULlilLU HARDWARE MERCHANT They will behold in that the decision of the lower court time dismissing the petition and directs play a production that comes Orchard utiamansKCjia that the appellant be given judg- - nearer being literature than any- ment for 5300 with interest thing modern we have seen in A FULL STOCK OF FRUIT AND ORNA mental Trees Shrubs Small Fruits rape Vines from June 1890 and that he be years Mr Wilde rails at life and at suchAsparagus and everything usually found an establishment Try us on prices We do sell through required to pay the co t of the manners but in such a polite way planter notCatalogue on agents but direct to the application UF HILLENJIEYER suit on the ground that the appel- - that he leaves no wounds The Oct 6 3iii Lexington Ky lee had made him a tender of lines sparkle and crackle with 4000 in lull settlement otnis claim thoughts that arouse the lmagma Epigrams flash and gleam DR which he should have accepted tion I KELLEY The charm of his style is the The judgment and interest will tne very nignest pousn OF CINCINNATI O will be at the 1 amount to about 6 700 Messrs cnarm 01 the English language is 57L1 sel1 to man lots of which for 45 L Scott and Thos B Ford capable The play is undoubtedly on John you represented the appellant and one that will please the literary a IN LEXINGTON KY- call a sample Senator William Lindsay and tastes of the community and pre Messrs D W and J B Lindsey sented by Gustave Frohmans Saturday November 10 1894 excellent company it should at- Â¬ Saturday November 24 1894 the appellee tract a large audience Saturday December 8 1894 i 15 Notice ROST Notice C - herein-notl-lie- Hardware Cutlery Etc Â¬ 1 -- M P GRAY LAWNlnfrten KENTUCKY TOBACCO W Crockers Honest Fertilizers -- any reliable in ton per ton eight months time with note without Interest If dont want ton and get order One of the fiords i Sanctified A A True Friend friend in need is a friend Every family should be pre deed pared to treat scalds burns bruises wounds cuts fcc by keeping a box of Dr Hales Household Uinment handy in- Â¬ 11 HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without surglco operation aa d wltli little or 110 pain V li r r The Winchester Democrat says The negro population of College Hill Madison county is greatly excited over the miraculous G I ri f formances of a colored female msc effect For irritated evangelist named Julia Brooks notril8 chapped lips eyelids sore and hands who is holding a big revival near rough skin boils felons sores etc nothing equalsit Price 25c and 50c She claims to be one of at P H Carpenters drugstore c there the Lords sanctified and as an Large line of ladies Rochester evidence of His saving grace and Cincinnati fine shoes at is healing the palsied and raising Meaghkk Marshalls the sick from their beds all of which she accomplishes by prayer The Lexington Fall Races A and the laying on of hands three year old child of Rube Stone Meeting will be held November whom the local ohysicians had 2th to 10th Crescent Route The Queen given up has been raised by her is the short and direct line to Lex- and other cures almost as remark- ington 4 daily trains from Cin- able are reported Icinnati Free Parlor Cars One one third fare for round trip Filled liTrViuumcv jnd from Cincinnati and stations in The Judges of the Court of Kentucky every day of races good November 21st to return Appeals on Saturday elected tillBe sure you get ticket via the iIr G R Rodman Assistant q Tipstaff of the Court to fill thejchas V Zell D P A Cin O vacancy occasioned by the death W C Rinearson G PA Cin0 Mr of Mr William French Wet feeVsnreThroatcliphtheria Rodman was Postmaster of this anc doctors bills Wear our shoes former Cleveland and be saved city under the Meagher Marshalls administration and is a son of the late Gen John Rodman The Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder position to which he has been Worlds Fair Highest Award elected pays a good salary and the duties arc light There were about forty applicants and Mr Rodmans friends congratulate him upon WITH A FARM OF ABOUT theACRES Creek IM Glens overcoming so formidable opposi pike provements lying on the city helm a turnpart three miles from of tho old Woodson farm i or terms address tion HUGH R AYKItS 1 j j i No nrhfir remfldv elves Riifth n ink relief or exerts so soothing and heal- - REEERENCES W McKee Hurdle Frankfort Kj J A Scott Frunkfoi t Ky Anthony Leuch Frankfort Kj J T staten Frankfort Ky V Berberleii Frankfort Ky Rev ii Jf Hulett Benson Ky A H Mcciure Kranktort Ky V HHNNEN ill H -- jasM WlthrowFrunkfoitKy DR KELLEYS ofllceand residence Is at 259 West Eighth streefcClnclnnatl and where he may be found everyday of euch week except SATUR- Â¬ DAYS Pamphlets describing these diseases and the mode of treatment sent free to any one W I KELLEY M D by addressing 259 W Eight St Cincinnati O CONSULTATION FREE David Moure J llUjjhesFranktort Benson Ky Tmnnn H M NEW TARIFF 1 ll It reduced prices from 10 to 20 per cent it enables you to buy a nice present for a small price Ky JlU on Holiday Goods in addition to being sold on the small profit plan for cash and ONE RCHOATE Formerly of Wakelleld Choate L H FINNELL CAH LOAD OP PRESENTS Â¬ PLA3OTG MILL AND Has already arrived from New York for the Racket Store It contained every thing from a monkey on a stick to a piano Dont fail to see the largest display of New Imported Holiday Goods that will be on exhibition on about December 5th at the HOGSHEAD FACTORY RACKET STORE Nov PURCHASED THE PLANING MILL HAVING tobacco hogshead factory of Messrs Congleton Bros I am prepared to furnish DOORS Sim SHINGLES SA3H TURNED BLINDS WORK FRAMES STAIR WORK AND AM -- OrO 070- - KINDS OF Finish For a House as well as tobacco hogsheads Factory one and half blocks from Post Ofllce on river front A bhure of public patronage Is solicited 0 JOHN DRISGOLL LIQUOft MEfiCMNT For absolutely pure Whiskies Wines Bran- c for medicinal and family use dies d Anderson Co Whisky 2 Four-year-ol- THE CHOATE Sept 2 FINNELL lv For Sale 502 Cross St Cedar Posts I have for sale 2 coo A No per gallon I Nov l 4t XW K Frankfort Ky CEDAR POSTS For further particulars apply to 1 Older goods at the same low rate JJllSllllNS IIuilMh me on my premises T N Arnold 235 Broadway May 264m Opposite Capitol Square- - p Ries have Messrs Burkhardt Feb 2 tf in the Odd opened a moat store I have- a few fine youn Fellows Temple on St Clair Berkshire Boars and gilts street formerly occupied by the now ready for use Can sell Frankfort National Hank and Mr them singly or in pairs Also Colev Whitehead has gone into one fine large Cotswold Buck HY A W FARM JATKIY OCCIJ1MKI the flour meal and feed business Lamb and one Jersey Bull mllK J Cromwell one half mile cast of FrnnkfoithO on Versailles turnpike The farm cumulus acres ami Is well set In urnss and suited for in the room in Fincels Block on g BLACK dairy purposes Possession ulven on November For terms apply to 1st lbJl Bridge street formerly occupied Lake Farm Silver VMCROMWKIIi Donaldson Oct 27 41 by Messrs Reock AUK 11 tf - YOU WILL REALIZE THAT THEY LIVE FOR RENT WELL WHO LIVE CLEANLY IF YOU USE I DeelO lT SAPOLIO ALJX NK K m U iMMWilji X w 2jUJ i A V r T M k fv- 9 fc jSlZSTID- - I m m il 1 A I nrraiTiiiTwrTiiiMniigii m R LAND THE im OAKS 0 Au2S mii i OiXSTZ fST With Perfect Ash Pan win wi n ai mh hi TniirviijnfYn rwj iwj- nrrTTrrTTrrrrrti CALL AND SEE THEM JOHN T FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Words of Truth uitrt Soberness FRANKFORT NOVEMBER 8 BUCKLEY - 1894 Tho Soul Above the roiir ami storm of life A Hustler gives The Jackson utterance to the following truthWhen ful words to parents JLOIISVILTjJ TOBACCO MAR Â¬ KET FURNISHED BY OLOVER DURRETT LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE YOU WANT- Â¬ murmured sound hath cuusht mine ear Amidst Its sorrows care aud strife A mystic vole Is ever near At times a song In accents low Again an autumn of despair Yet as a streams unceasing flow It seeks a hearing everywhere Forever present yet apart A something words hath not expressed A gnawing hunger of the heart An endless vold u vague unrest To Henry Sawyier Hill 1 to l 01 his merry laughing ejes Azure eyes And Innocence so sweet In them lies Could you know him as I do You would soon a tore him too And hes th truest of the tine Such u prize 2 O his rippling happy laugh Do I hear tils voice is as sweet music To my ear Though hes now afar from me In all nature that I see His dear face seems eer to be Always mar 3 Hes the fairest In this world Hark to me He Is tendi r now In years Only three And oh I love him so 1 want everyone to know - is regarded a home ounce by the young as only a place to eat and sleep in a downward career is begun Let the parents look to ItW it and see that their homes are disclosing too much UPHOL Â¬ Our made a place of enjoyment such STERED FURNITURE as reading and games of innocent for the young and amusement We will offer as they will spend their evenings at receipts The following quotations fairly reptheir own firesides instead of loaf- resent our market for burley to- Â¬ ing On the street corners bacco 1893 crop Trash dark or damaged 3 50 2 50 tobacco Blood Will Toll 4 50 Every piece of Upholstered Furniture in our stock consisting of Parlor Common Colory trash 3 25 Medium to good colory Suits Rockers Easy Chairs Sofas c Come while According to the condition of it trash If in bad order it shows itself in pim- Â¬ Common lugs not colory 6 00 6 00 the assortment is unbroken 4 50 3 50 ples sallow complexion and various 6 00 Colory lugs errnption8 of the skin If in good Common to good colory 4 50 s shows in the clear complex- Â¬ Medium order it 8 00 6 00 lugs ion the glow of health the good 9 00 to medium leaf 7 00 spirits The latter condition yon Common to good 9 00 14 00 leaf can produce by the use of Dr Hales Medium 14 00 18 00 Household Tea the great blood puri- Â¬ Good to fine leaf 18 00 25 00 fier and nerve tonic 25c and 50c Select or wrappery a package at P H Carpenters drug nannraEiiraEararariaKaEariar nanararararariarirnraninana Physicians Puzzled c store Â¬ Sales on our market for the week just closed amount to 2261 hhds with receipts for tho same period of 414 hhds Sales on our market since January 1st amount to 142492 hhds Sales of the crop of 1893 on our market to this date amount to 141554 hhds We have had another week of low prices for burley tobacco except for grades that would class fine The continued dry weather is holding the new crop off of the market but we expect to see the first seasonable stripping weather followed by liberal TO G ET XT OUST THIS OFFER inventory Â¬ until further notice greatlv RRDUGRD PRIGRS R ROGERS -- SON What a precious Utile beau Hes to me MARY C SOVYIER N1CEVANER Md October 12th Baltimort HI33f BIGGT3KSTAFF r the Moun An Evangelist tains to Work in Jjos- liigton The following notice of a gentle man who was for many years a resident of the Forks of Klkhorn this county ap neighborhood Lexington Leader of peared in the Monday Ben Bipgerstaff of Montgomery county and as gallant a soldier as ever drew a blade is in Lexington to assist Rev Mr Kellar in his meetings in the Maxwell Street Ben is Presbyterian Church known to every veteran of Morgans command as a soldier who per- Â¬ formed faithfully every duty as a soldier and a fellow who was in good fellowship with his comrades He was full of the kindliest and feeling of the bon vivant of life in all the good relations For the Ben was one of them past ten years he has been an evangelist in the mountains of Kentucky and his faithful obligations in his task as a follower of Christ have been as dutifully performed as was his duty as a soldier of the Confederacy The religious performance of duty of this man as a disciple of Christ for years has been a beautiful exemplification of the highest obligation of manLieut Biggerstaff and his hood life give to the world an example ol what the uinstian faith can is do Â¬ Â¬ and J J Many persons are unable to sleep on their left side The cause has Crescent Route long been a puzzle to physicians The Queen great will sell tickets to Texas on Octo Metropolitan papers speak with Miles interest of Dr Franklin ber 23d and November 6th at the eminent Indiana specialist in one fare for the round trip plus 2 nervous and heart diseases who arises this has tickets on sale from stations Cin- from proven that heart habit has ex- Â¬ He a diseased cinnati to Meridian inclusive ex- Â¬ amined and kept on record thousands Good to return of cases His New Heart Cure a cept Gasden sold J twenty days from date of sale wonderfnl remedy is testifyat to W its Gayles Thousands Choice of routes via New Orleans value as a cure for Heart Disease or via Shreveport Solid vestibuled Mrs Chas Boney Loveland Col Short line saysits effects on her were marvelous 4 trains to New Orleans Elecant book on heart disease free quick time Â¬ To Texas na na 12J r7 i LjU DON T RTTV YOUR 8 na uu na nn ca na Winter Boots Shoes Ea Utt 3 na mm ra uU Ba Ask agents for particulars or ad dress N Rush ville Ga R Â¬ Misses spring heel shoes from na T P A the lightest weights to the heaviest Summer- - grades at - McGkeook T P A Birmingham Ala irJ All the latest styles in soft and na A J Lvtle D P A Chatta WU stiff hats at nooga Tenn LSi Mkaghkk Marshalls Ciias W Zkll D P A Cincin- ra nati O ra Meaohkr Marsh lis A Mans Boot for 8150 urj Mens First Quality Whole r7 lj na stock Boot only S200 Ea ra ra ra Until you look at our stock na na na tiJ C tiJ na us na cu L3 awa- - nOur Women and Girls Nonripping Shoes gn are the Shoes for mud and school lj na Li ra R K McCLURE kJ SON ri I J Boots Shoes Hats Books Stationery -- na Â¬ Li The Foremost Baking Powder in all the World ri H na LJ Â¬ SW i Dr Prices carried on m IFOZKT rinrinnrainrinnririn iLiit LJlu JLJK JL JLJLJC CUCJLJL IL L frMrnrrtrrrnnmnnnnfeli t na --u na Â¬ CreamBakingPowder imz mm 17 4 - Â¬ HIQHEST HONORS at the 109 23 90 Worlds Columbian TBfcu If WHAT DOES IT MEAN It mon tint tho Our en anl Crif nt I5int Is IT milei ihortfik cetnriil tliHliuiatl unl ltxlnliii Jtlnllf liirli t Cluiiinntl tD lllr tutltlurtft iininn til t New drliin lei uiiks liurut tliKimutt ti tluttHiiiia Atluiti ur JkcVfpuv ill IluriJi Diiuihim omincnceil Work and R C Messrs James Monday morn Nicol broke ground ing for the foundation of the new brick buildin on their lot next to Mr John R Todds confectionary on St Clair street near the bridge V Â¬ in H ST TT Exposition Chicago J893 SOLD VESTIBULED TRAINS IrtMcviiultnf tlivntuiTi point Thrmicli Cir t VlekbHrc ml Mircrf-I--rt Ihroucli iiiriiinatl In Kiuvillg auj d Dirvii lliiu 1 iiiil MiMin U Xuw OrKwii tr ejuirt AK iiiiit nlviit linr4tiililiiriii Knni MipIvIIu mill linriMirrliiiri illnit Iliucitiuii U uuilu al ljullll WaIiiuu I tr 11 vltlt it tilt iiiiiiUNjiitfi W V IMMlAKiOV Cju1 Iaiir Auit t uutll O Aliiili tiiShn lulv Imo N 1 11111111111 lii rni li sSw rv ft mgum QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE J U Xl H j V MUmiilBflBWPwi MAtHtut WBn WjjiwDiw t0mmmiiAiijiiimtd jsAWtw Jfc- - tiSsL sr rJtmMiimiiMini iffO -- vvfitt nnHn iiq jpumi mjijjd ij nyD fJ W A f WW lUZTAGlOUis I ccrnecl about their fellows They L U MARSHALL GAINES Baptist Church Rev W 0 Tay are always somewhat excited I have seen some people 21 lor the pastor will occupy his pulpit to morrow morning at 11 and 700 here trying to jet off the grave p m clothes from a Lazarus dead in Sunday school in the Chapel at 030 sin a m L 6 MARSHALL ft CO 22 Oh The baseness of the sin Real Estate and Insurance Ags Vi - fcs M Christian Church Rev Georsre Darsie prenches to morrow at 11 and 7Mf TMnriilncr fnntp Porwnrfl night topic The Simplicity of the Gospel The Young Peoples Society of unrisuan Endeavor meets in me How lecture room at 645 Subject Miss Liz to keep the Lords Day zie Gum Leader Sunday School meets at 0130 Â¬ J Piv Catholic Church Rev Father W E Gorey the pastor will conduct 4he services at Church of the Good Shepherd to morrow Low mass at 730 n m High mass 10 a m Vespers at 3 p m Thos Episcopal Churc- h- The Rt Rev U Dudley will occupy Bishop of Ken -1 the pulpit tucky row at 11 and 730 He will adminis ter the Apostolic Rite of Confirmation at the evening service Â¬ Â¬ The regular services to morrow morn ing at 11 oclock and in the evening at 730 conducted by Rev J 31c Clusky Bhmey D D the pastor Polletc the pastor will occupy his pulpit to morrow morning at 11 kj uiuun First Prksbvteriax Churc- h- Methodist Church Rev F S stav there Southern PresbTtIrian Churc- h- 36 This was the last appeal Rev D Clay Lilly the pastor will that Mr Mills made in his sermon 1 occupy his pulpit to morrow morning to men call on heaven on 11 oclock and at 730 p m at God of the lovheart on Chrjst Sundoy sohool at 930 of the wounded hands on lovmg iSome of the Pithy Evpreions wife precious child and sainted u of Mr Mills Sermons c u LU 11IUIUCI 11UHU UJ VI11IC3 - uiiu ill wig ogiiiii in iiuu Sunday school meets at 930 a m Epworth League convenes at 7 p m in the class room Representing a number of the best Insuiance Companies solicit a the story of share of the insurance patronage Real estate bought sold or leased A good line of both city and country property for sale at all times the Hiblc om beginning to end 24 Friends we must shake off OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET the vipers from our wrists if we expect to lead others OJ2E FARM FOR SALE 25 1 never saw a happy backRuth the method uml results when slider iyrtip of Fis is taken it is pleasant OFFKR FOR SALE A FINE FARM OF acres with 26 To be a man is to be god- liul refreshing to the taste and nets Y 110 acres situated on the tie rgetown turn fiARllCM FARM ov seven cottage of four rHnrn pike miles trom Irankfort Thlsi very pro UMnUCn nil other new irame mprovements rooms and nectsiry Gently yet promptly on the Kidneys ductive limit Is well Improved iibundiiutly sup like locit d on good turnpike road two miles from and Is especially Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys plied with water tie neighborhood IsndHpted to Frankrort Is offered tor sale This Is very stok raising 1 27 To be a lost man is to be tem efleotually dispels colds liead cliurchen and schools convenient andexcellent desirable property all sur less than a man tclics and fevers mid euros habitual roundings attractive 12ft rtVW 0F n00D Impruveinenis 3 Syrup of Figs is the 28 Putting off matters of onstipation uw Arnii1 modem LAND WITH iily remedy of its kind ever pro 260 ACRE FARM miles from Krnnkfort Is offered nt u bargain moment is not manly need pleasing to the taste and ac 29 You have resisted the Spirit eptahle to the stomach prompt in FINE LVND WITH HOOD IMPROVE A GREAT BARGAIN 0f God that victory may cost you ts action and truly heueficial in its ments situated near Forks of Elkhorn Is well to This OFFERED IN NEW TWO STORY FRAME fleets prepared only from the most offered for sale will tnrin Is tobaccoadapted as 1 Sre m as well ldenco of Sfven rooms and two acres of line stock raisin- or L icnlthyaiul agreeable substances its all otbercrops suited rnle climate Will sell land at Thorn Hill Tills property 19 nicely lo for this cated fronting on tb Owenton turnpike and ju iiiensn isiinsiidii unity nam excellent qualities commend it on eas payments will be sold on wetkly pawnen s to the right patty U not mUI Immediately will rent at a made it the most Brother be careful Sister to all and have 31 low figure popular remedy known be careful I charge ye that ye fcyrup of Figs is for sale in 50c oil fhoc LiUn i l u11k and 81 bottles by all leading drug FOR RENT COTTAGE OF FOUtt ROOMS AT Any reliable druggist who ijIRAME Hill This property will be sold cheap 32 Unless you feed yourself gists from Gods Bible vou cannot may not have it on hand will pro and on verj easy pajnients only a small cash payment cure it promptly for any one who weekly being required with the balance paid A TWO STORY FRAME RESIDENCE OF o rmv seven rooms with Urge grounds on Murray wishes to try it Do not accept any street South Side Dont keep Christ following substitute Go the way he you around CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SAN FRANCISCO CAL goes DETWEEN TAYLOR AVENUE AND THE NEW YORK NY LOUISVILLE KY j river are offered for sale on easy terms Dont be as small a Christian These lots are on a sood twenty foot street and 23 of ingratitude Opportunity is Â¬ ENJOYS FOR SALE Â¬ Â¬ H Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ r A - Â¬ 1n Â¬ Â¬ 3 F0RALE J as ou can35 - Get into the front rank and Riner Matrimonial adjoin Judge Dianes propel ty RinerCrask Mr James D JUUl of this comity and Miss 211 Lo- Â¬ Bessie T Crask of Shelby county A FINE FARM OFfrom ACRES FINELY good Frankfort on a cated 8 miles upon which tnere Is a brick resiturnpike will be united in marriage at the dence of 5road rooms a tenement of four rooms and necessary Improvements This land Is Christian Church in Graefenburg another state of cultivation the Improvements In u high are In line condition and In order to make a on Wednesday November 7th at quick sale will be offered at a bargain 3 oclock in the afternoon by Rev H M 1olsgrove FOR SALE FRVME COT TAOE3 OF FOUR ROOMS on Tolor avenue This is good property and will be sold On easy payments to th right party U you are Interested come aWO quick Â¬ FOR SALE OF THE BEST BUSINESS E5TABLISH ments In the city consisting of good clean stock of goods and a well established profltublo trade This Is a line opportunity for a man with capital 1 iii Sf m- - - friends by your ide on loving 2 An unconsecrated intellect is wile and dear child at home to witness your choice this day the vilest thing in the universe test your Christian Shall it be for life or death 3 To growth just get under the highest Deaths mark vou ever made and see if Compton The child of Mr you can reach it or if you have Ijrown beyond John Compton died Thursday There is no excuse for par Â¬ morning at the home of its parents 4 ents to have godless children at Peaks Miil Did ou ever climb to where 5 Cokijett Little Daniel Cor see where Moses stood bett son of Mrs Patrick Corbett you could 6 Oh Do not starve the babes died Thursday morning and was of the Church buried that afternoon 7 There is no argument against Frazier A child of Mr Fra A tear may convert zier died Thursday morning at the a tear another home of its parents on the South 8 If it fc joyless for you to serve Side and was buried that after Christ you are not serving him noon 9 Peace will come through for Warfield Mr Robert War giving as well as through forgivefield died Wednesday morning at ness his home on north Wilkinson 10 It is sin not culture that streetafter a protracted illness with deadens the atheists feeling His funeral took consumption The business of the Chris 11 morning from his place Thursday tian is to conform the world to late residence the likeness of Christ Man may counterfeit hon 12 lllrth morality and all manly esty Williams In this city on Sun- Â¬ virtues but he cannot counterfeit day October 28th to Judge Ben Christian forgivness G Williams and wife a daughter 13 Wanted The length of a consecrated human life for the re- Report of tlio Church School demption of others lor October 14 It takes all there is of a Genevieve Roll of Honor srnn to be a Christian Lizzie Bryan Mary Du OHara to Christ vall Waller Uyran 15 Our semblance The school must be organic no mechanical visited during the month by was Miss Lucy Pattie County Super16 We want heroic mothers such as Charles Spurgeon had intendent and one of the trustees Charles if you do not Average attendance 30 She said lead a consecrated Christian life I Harry Wilson the Postmaster at bar Welshton Florida says he cured a shall appear at the judgment case of diarrhecu of long standing in of God and testify against you six hours with one small bottle of Cholera and 2tfo mother with such concern for Chamberlains ColicWhat a pleasant Diarrhoea Remedy surprise that must have been to the her child ever lost a son sufferer Such cures are not unusual 17 Iftheieisan unconsecrated with this remedy In many instances penny in your pocket book you only one or two doses are requiredÂ¬ to giva permanent relief It can altare not doing what you should for ways be depended upon When re- Â¬ duced with water it is pleasant to God take For sale by Phil Carpenter iS Is there another Christ to South Side Druggist die for you The onliest place to find chil al- Â¬ 19 A time of opportunity is drens shoes in all styles at lowest ways a time of peril prices Meagher I never saw a natural inter Marshall 20 con 6tf est among men who were tthe highest gift of man to God Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The surrender of the wil is life or death I call upon earthly Keller Crutch er vey Dr Her Keller and Miss Adclma Crutcher were quietly married Thursday morning at the home of the brides parents corner of Ann by Rev and Clinton streets FOR SALE FOR SALE TWO STORY BRICK RESIDENCE OF 8 ROOMS 14 acres of land In Bridgeport This Is good property and is offered at a bargain STORY FR VMERESIOENCE OF6ROOMS Lewis street with lot 58 by 106 feet Tills very valuable property Is TWO L B MARSHALL CO Tiie bride is a George Darsie very popular young lady and the arm RnjTJTJinjTrinjinnnjTnji eldest daughter of Mr D C Crutcher one of our mot promi- Â¬ nent merchants while the groom is a Carlisle boy son of Hon Green R Keller of that place pjirLrinjxrinrtJTnjiJxrinn who located hre some two years ago for the practice nf his profession and has built up quite a Both the happy nice practice young people have a large circle of friends who wish them every joy in life Immediately after the i f uiruiruinnnjannjuumnnnjTru wedding they left for a short bridal trip STOVES Â¬ Tinware ruxruxixriruTnjinnJiJVUiriJiri Wheeler Blakemore Miss Cora Blakemore of this county and Mr Wallace V Wheeler of Louisville were married Tuesday J nniuuuirm rinruiruxrm ruiJT afternoon at 330 oclock at the Christian Church in Alton Attendants Best man Mr Millis of Louisville W A USTIfcT Messrs J M Jean Groomsmen of Louisville Johnson Gill of oxru iTLnjrriJinjTijxnjinjiJinJuiiTJUTJTJx of Shelbyville Strother Helm W B Jenkins of this Louisville Maid of Honor Miss Fan- Â¬ city Bridesnie Gill of Shelbyville Hughes of maids Misses Josie this city Lucille Hughes of tins Why pay old prices for old goods when you can get new goods at lower prices county Ella Middleton andBIanch Almond of Louisville VERYTHING GOOD TO EAT After the ceremony the newly WE wedded pair came to this city and Gems Rolled Oats N train Buckwheat Flour Maple Syrup Breakfast took the 9 oclock L Oatmeal Rice Hominy and Beans all new goods New east for a bridal trip to Chatta- Â¬ York Cream Pine Apple and Edam Cheese California nooga and other points south Beans and Mantels and Grates JEZ STEEET Â¬ GROCERIES JUS and French Prunes French Peas Largest stock of Olives Olive Mushrooms Oil Shelled Almonds etc in the city W A McGuire a well known citiOhio is of the zen of McKay opinion that there is nothing as good cents for children troubled with colds or 19 Pounds of Granulated Sugar 1 Corn per Can croup as Chamberlains Cough Reme- Â¬ 2 packages Coffee 10 cents 45 cents Good Salmon per Can dy He has used it in his family for 8i cents 325 Tomatoes per Can E M Flour per Barrel several yeara with the best results J and always keeps a bottle of it EISE IN PROPORTION in the house After having la grippe he was himself troubled with a se vere cough He used other remedies without benefit and then concluded to try the childrens medicine and to his delight it soon affected a perma Â¬ nent cure 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by Phil Carpenter South Side SOUTH SIDE GROCER oct 27 2in Â¬ li Â¬ EVERYTHING J AS HEENEY Mmm i ywiWaymf-iMff- Druggist sf aV SSC MfcL fitfVi i totXffiL iitfrixsi4j ww HHfmrw tymwmmmWmiwwwitw HPHlPMlll UIIHWWJlilllilliWWIIIVlliinMi Mi - W vel - tjW Mnufj ftW nMIMIMMI1MHl Kir VAi v iiiyniiiiiiiif - iTiuWW wniwii iiiiMi 10 wy1 fiM111 if -- VW f I JM 7a SlrXIAY CLOSING Eflitor 1luhr Yon Vonson Of all the recent contributions to stage literature probably the most unique and original is the Swedish dialect comedy Yon Yonson which will be the at- Â¬ traction on Thursday evening at It has enthe Capitiil Theatre joyed an unusually prosperous career and has been warmly com mended everywhere for its humor picturesqueness and undoubted The merit as a character study of the pliy is quite an inter Â¬ story A Swede emigrant esting one wanders into a station on the Northern Pacific road to wait for a train to take him to a lumber camp tvhere he had obtained em An Irish damsel on ployment the shtdy side of thirty five tiies to keep him there as her husband He tcapes and hies him to the lumber cimp win re he saes a young lady who afterwards proves to bi his sister from a horrible Tlu emi death in a log jim grants father jens btfore invented a mill for cutting ogs and died soon after leaving another man to profit by his invention The emigrant unravels and squares things and conies out on top in Mr Gus lleege is the third act He the emigrant Yon Yonson is as nattnal and wh lest me as his His lace sug Minnesota pines gests all out of doors on n fine May His voice is musical as morning the wind that sweeps over the snow covered logs ot the c imp Many complimentary things h ive been said about Mr Heege- - m It is a cpaion nd personation takes rank with the Rip ot Mr Jefferson in aitistic finish Â¬ Â¬ A new paper called the News All tlu Grocers ami Hatchers In tho City to Close lp Era has been established at Mon To morrow ticelo Wayne county with Mr It will be seen from the follow- F H Bagby fotmerly of this It is a four ing that all our butchers and gro- - city as editor cers will no longer have their column eight page paper and in places open on the Lords Daj his salutatory Mr Hagby says he This movement is delightful and intends to run it in the interest of greatly encouraging to all who the people and eschewing poli- have sacred regard for the Day of tics work for the development of Rest and for the laws of the land the vast oil coal and timber re The Let our people all be careful to sources of the county make their purchases to day and Ojisue before us is a well printed save themselves inconvenience to sheet full of interesting matter -- HOW TO VOTE Democrats who wish to vote for Denny for Congress and Sncedl for County Judge will mark their ballots thus ROOSTER EAGLE COON X Demociatic Ticket Republican Ticket For Congress GEO DENNY Jr m Citizens Ticket For County Judge WM H SNEED morrow and give their best sup nnrf tn thU nitrintir movement The work of secu in uniform action on the part of our business men toward closing their places of business on the Lords D y is meeting wish great encouragement All have gone into the movement with rnthusi ism and are glad to know that there is now a chance for themselves to have the privi leges of the Diy of Rest equal y The plans with their neighbors uniformity among the bakers for but will are not completed be announced at a very early The pledge agreed upon date and signed by our grocers with their names is as follows We the undersigned grocers Frankfort in view of the action of taken by all the churches of our city on the above document adopted by the churches on Sun day October 21st agree hereby to keep our business houses closed on Sunday F Richardson Jrb Heeney Geo Calender Mrs P M Stone Eli Gardner Mrs MB Showalter W H Roberto N find a liberal share of advertise It res to Oil Fred old men S I This vote so marked will be counted for all the Democratic can- Â¬ didates except Owens and Williams Denny and Sneed getting one vote each Republicans who wish to vote the Republican Ticket and for Sneed for Judge will mark their ballots thus EAGLE COON a boy may you rapidly grow rich in your new enterprise and come back to spend the evening of life in the Valley City A SAD CASE Â¬ Â¬ Supposed Deuth from Ilydro- - X Republican Ticket WM phobia T BiiRhtwell Geo Yagel Mrs J C Rogers W D Pnrk W T Ballou I 5 6 Ellen Burns S E Salvers Win P Nichols LHPeyton Joseph Burkhart H R Williams McCoy Howard PeterA Fnhs M T Mitchell M R Huff G Staiger J M Banta Theodore Davis Frank Hodges W N Heffner Ellwanger Bros W J Scottow Howard Johnson Jus ODouuell LTobin Mary Ryan F E Lewis W W Cherry W Wright Chris McAnally J W Nichols Wm Russell Agent Mrs Anna E Clellan 11 The butchers have all adopted We the underthe following signed butchers of Frankfort in view of the present movement among the good people of our on the part of our business houses Â¬ Little Albert Shackleford the child who was attacked and sav agely bitten by a strange dog at the corner of Broadway and Wi kinsoti streets several weeks ago was taken with convulsions on SaturJay and continued to suffer from similar attacks until Thursday night when the poor little fellow died The symptoms were those of hydrophobia but not suffi- Â¬ ciently marked for the physician to fully determine as he had a complication of other diseases But nevertheless if the little one had never been bitten by the worthless cur he might yet be alive and there should be a law requiring every dog found running at large to be killed by the police for the life of this child was worth more than all the dogs in the State The pity is that this particular dog escaped without being killed and it is not known how many other dogs he bit before he left town as he was supposed to be from the country Ltttie AiDert was tne son ot a poor widow whose joy and hope he was and she is completely crushed with rief at the loss of her child Â¬ Citizens Ticket For County Judge H SNEED J -- Â¬ This vote so marked will be counted for all the Republican can- Â¬ didates and for Sneed for Judge City Democrats who wish to vote fir Denny Sneed Todd or Rosson will mark a cross X under the rooster and one in the square These will be counted for opposite each name he wishes to vote for all Democrats nominated except those opposite the names so marked W WicKEE HARDIE DRUGGIST Guaranteed Cure Â¬ Â¬ We authorize our advertised drug gist to sell Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds upon this condition If you are afflicted with a Cough Cold or any Lung Throat or Chest trouble and will use this remedy as directed giving it a fair trial and experience no benefit you may return the bottle and have your money refunded TV We could not make this offer did we not know that Dr Kings New Dis covcry could be relied on Itnevef disappoints Trial bottles free at Phil Carpenters Drug Store 2 Large size 50c and 100 HALLS OLD STAND FRANKFORT ICY We keep a full line of DRUGS AND PATST MEDICINES And cordially ask our friends to give us a call McKEE HARDEE Inn 21 - - - - C L tfAYLE H I Receivehs JOUN ECHOLS ST JOHN BOYLE Kentucky Midland Ry Only direct line between Dr Hales Household Ointment It absolutely cures catarrh It cures Neuralgia and Rheumatism Cures Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum in the most soothing manner Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Cures Coughs and Colds Can be taken internally A positive specific Is the finest remedy in the world C 0 TDe S W R R piemonis Limited Frankfort lisle THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY ROUTE CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT and Shortest and quickest oetween Georgetown tfaysville mouth ASK KOR Paris Fal Â¬ Car ONLY ONE NKiHTS RIDE Cyntbiana Covington VIA KY LOUISVILLE TQ MEMPHIS and if I 1 i VW if necessary when such changes ill be made as will ac- Â¬ commodate the summer trade Woodson fc G r i n 8 J Salyers 1st v for pneumonia Cuts Bruises Burns standing Sores Oranges taken at stated times is Chilblains Bunions of long quickly with reference to Sunday closing Corns and are cured do hereby agree that our places of the latest remedy for inebriety different from all else25superior to all and 50c boxes business shall be closed on every Those who profess to know ad- else it has no equal Large size cheapest Sold at P H Sunday and no meats sold or de- vise the eating of one orange be- Carpenters drug store 8 livered on that day This agree- fore breakfast another at 1 1 a ment shall be in force until May m 3 p m and 6 p m with anTimes are hard and shoes are Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ city towards securing uniformity More Oranges and Tjoss Whisky TICKETS BY MIDLAND IS THE MOST PERFECT SERVICE to TRAINS RUIil CENTRaT STANDARD TIME 1 1HSH MEMPHIS VICKSBUEG TIME TABLE ALT A M7TM 1 Â¬ Â¬ I ff it i it medical virtues aside from being a Barkhardt Ries sovereign remedy for biliousness is indeed a remedy for the The following is the agreement and liquor habit the good news should of the druggists None is We the undersigned drug- be spread far and wide too poor to test the cure which gist of the city of Frankfort agree that we will close our re- Â¬ in any event can do no harm spective stores at 1030 oclock on Ex with the ex- Â¬ Sunday mornings A Young Operator ception that one store according to alphabetic order will be open Master Joe Newton son of Mr for the remainder of the day for Chas Newton manager of the medicinal purposes Western Union Telegraph office LeCompte fc Gayle W H Averill uo in this city has for the past two W McKee Hurdie Jno W R Williams fc Co weeks been filling the position of Holmes Baird Mr Carpenter was called to telegraph operator at Newtown Louisville by telegram and could oil the Kentucky Midland Railnot attend the meeting of the road the regular operator at that druggists that explains the abMaster Joe has sence of his name from the above point being ill list There is no doubt that the done his work well and to the above plan will meet his approval entire satisfaction of the manage and at any rate it will be in opera- in niit nf thr mnH VJUU a fmu w v tiaw vtw tion beginning with to morrow more years experience he will ns fine an operator as his llollttcri and Hcpalr cd He is a fine manly little father The steamer Falls City which fellow with no foolishness about has been running between this city and Louisville for several him and attends strictly to busi His younger brother years has been thoroughly re- ness and repaired Charley went up Thursday to fitted overhauled until she is virtually a new steam- spend a few days with him and boat She will resume her regular have a run in the country trips about the tenth of this month looking as bright and new Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder as when first built A Pure drape Cream ot Tartar Powder H Fincel Wilson Anbrey C W fc Â¬ H 0 Payne D Glanton stead Z T Collins other the last thing before retiring cheap at It is said if this orange diet is perMeagher Marshall sisted in it will cure all but the If this healthful worst cases nutritious fruit posseses yet other The Queen and Crescent llouto Â¬ MW South Rate OKLEAjSS AND ALL POINTS and Southwest lj J nessee and Alabama The line passes near the famous battle fields at Mill Springs Mission Ridce Chickamauga and Lookout Mountain They are surrounded by charming summer resting places at Burnside High Bridge Cumberland Falls Rugby Rhea Springs Lookout Moun tain Springville Alabama and other Invites inquiries in regard to Sum- Â¬ mer Resorts on its line in the picturesque mountains of Kentucky TenÂ¬ Â¬ Tickets ami all Information furnished Ticket Asentof any Railway Co If not address W J McBRIDE Trveling Pass Anenl Ar Paris Ar Paris lunctlmi TRAINS WEST Lv Paris Junnctlon Lv Lv Newtown Lv CentreUUe Lv Ellzibetu Lv Lv Lv Lv Elkhorn LvSwltzer Lv stumping Ground Lv C S Depot TRAINS E 1ST Lv KraiiKiort a Lv Summit No No 8 416 421 4SM P M No 7 701 706 711 71S VIS 410 Johnson ieorsetown Durnll 740 B I 73i 43rf 441 74U 450 4o7 503 513 750 j 810 tfau S0 m 5Jl C I 5S5 538 4 55 100 110 12 140 200 210 220 235 300 320 335 345 400 Vr v rj No Louisville Ky No N08IK0U 440 455 521 747 800 810 830 860 005 o IM T B LYNOH Oeneril Passenger Agent Louisville Ky ArCnterville Ar Newtown Ar US Depot Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Elizabeth Paris c in 00 1010 1014 10 22 542 005 615 H27 li Keoruetown Duvall -- o2se Tttiz- - Johnson Switzer Klkhorn B StaiupInKlirountl Summit 1082 1037 1147 1154 11H 1110 1117 041 645 651 fi57 7 03 7 ill 540 600 uur We invite correspondence cheer Â¬ fully giving the information desired for the purpose of having you arrange to spend your summer recreation on W miw quiet Charming Low railroad rates mountain nomes reriecc rest ana points MONON ROUTE Ar Frankfort B C n23 720 72S 735 L 1130 witn L 925 yPi a connects The Direct and lopulai Line to connects with Q connects with k 4 A C C and S 0 RlNEARSON G Â¬ Cincinnati Ohio P A CHICAGO And all Points NORTH and WEST TRAINS will run on Sundays until further intice No 1 will ieae Frankfort at 111 815 and tJtoretown at 0 02 arriving Ht SUNDAY Nos 2 3 and 11 C D Paris at t 40 The Kentucky Midland Railway and connec Â¬ tions form the shortest and cheapest rontetoall points north south east and west For further Information apply to their agents BERCAW Â¬ Miles Nerve and Liver Pills ien Pass Agt tEO U HARPER City Ticket Agtnt Ien Supt E B WEITZEL Â¬ i 11 1 m-ik-- e Acton a new principle regulating the liver stomach and lirtunlu tlirtllcrli Dr tne nerVe8 A new discovery Miles Pills Hpeedilv cure biliousness i n baa caste coruiu liver piies nmBiipa- Splendid for men woman and tion children Smallest mildest surest j 50 do808 WGayleBPrankfortKy Your Lilo Away for 05 cont8 Samples free at 45 Vestibuled Trains Dining Oar Services Palace Chair Cars Pulman Buffet Sleepers And Only First Cltsss Accommodations ly Â¬ Donl Tobacco Spit or Sinokf B For Further lnfoimation Addiess Â¬ L Bryan CP A W G Â¬ The truthful startling tltlo of a book about the only harmless tiiAiuMKKiito-baiTo-habl- t if ou want to unit ami cant cure -- No-to HrucM up ulcotmiiil nerves use but eliminates nicotine poisons makes weak men Positive cure Kaliistreuuth welKhtaml vlKor or money refunded Hook at iliiiKKlsts or mailed free Address The riterlliiK Itemed Co CIiUmko 45 Itaudolph Oct li ly rit New York 10 Spruce St e M KY D A LOUISVILLE OK Jus Barker G P A Chicago 111 CAN OBTAIN A For a Prompt answer uml an bonest opinion wrlto to H II N N CO who havo hail newly tirty years experience In tlio latent business Communica Â¬ tions strictly conddontlul A llundliook of In formation concerning Put cut and bow to ob Â¬ tain thera sent free Also a catalogue of mechan Â¬ ical and scientltlo books sent freo Co receive Patents taken turouuli Munn special notice In the Scientillc Xiniilciui una thus uro brought wldoly before tlio public with Â¬ out cost to tho Inventor This splendid f sued woekly oletnmt ly Illustrated has hv f tlio unrest grculatlou of any tclentltla work iu tba paiuiiu conies liiilldlnu Kdltion monthly tiM aseni iree year iple3Jl cents Every number contains Slnslolieautltu piuien iu colors aim pnoiOKraphs of new bouses with plans enabling builders to show tho iui 3l uesiKiis uuu securu contract i Auuress CO-- NEW YOllK MUNN BllOAmVAT WI COPYRIGHTS PATENT mrCAVh Al 0 1 tlAUt MARKsV lilJuyat pir v Ul KJLZLbL l J J atLj Ll- - I tfimliaHtwMKEw m a 3F1 rjiaV3MftaMHaaflggwaere - - i - - wTKBtja1iiT-Majra--J-f-- J lVAfJVJS K - -- nMiii aKewWROHwREl TTfflrr ttH 1 3V - ClothiM Sale Overcoats and Suits Mens Ulsters 52 in 20 WE PB Commence at S2 350 up to S5 tiful quality I SWS EARLY FALL BUYERS A RARE TREAT IN RUGS For Buggy or riage Car- Â¬ SHOE SALE Childrens and Boys IBOwts 75C and 1 The Peoples Great Trading Center OFFER FOR THE I M sSI SOME STARTLING BARGAINS NEVER BEFORE HAVE PRICES BEEN SO LOW long 5 to Mens Suits Union Cassimere 4 to Boys 750 Childrens CHILDRENS kens Heavy Soots Si 25 to S3 00 JERSET SOITS H S FUfDISflil 1QS Â¬ MENS ALL WOOL SUITS Our lot Childrens Suits old style aces 5 6 and 7 will close at 2 were sold for 35 and 6 Â¬ Btau 275 Mens Gray Net Undershirts and Drawtrs 95c a suit Ladies Heavy Gaif Styles S125 to Si 50 Cassimere Suits 7 Ment Natural FleeceUn derwear only 125 suit 3 cat3E3iagrs Misses and fioys Shoes Goal Rugs go Calf Great Bargains at 99c Plush Lined Black or White S to 8 Only S400 Lined Felt OZfcTIE to S15 JLCT M 4jgp w iff Wrights Health Underwear Only 2 Mens Dress Suits Clay Diagonals CorkTricots screws and Fancy Worsted 10 to 525 per suit All the new things in Boys and Childrens GLOVES HaMertfs Strong Leather lined Japanese Silk HandkerGloves 49c 75c up chiefs only 25c 35c to Si 50c and 75c Â¬ MISSES Springheel Iv LADIES 1 I p Jeans Pants 99c MENS ALL WDDL Single and Double Breasted GatwoifBuos Sio to S15 Patent Tip Dongola linoe El M irl rr n ipivj Ci rr T Buck Gloves Si 25 up to S250 Linen Handkerchiefs Fancy Border 3 One large lot of Trunks Telescopes Fine Trunks to Sio 00 Black Cheviot Suits Frock Double and Single Breastfc Â¬ SUITS NOW READY for 25c BENKETT S BflflNOBD all go at S3 50 Dress Kid Unlined Gloves to S2 Si up 00 Shoes 4 FANCY BORDER S250 tt Engiisn ed 10 to 15 Imp Linen Hdkfs 25c 35c 50c Mens 25c - Arctics St 25 Corduroy Pant Jersey Gloves 25c TELESCOPES 25c to S250 90c Si S150 to 50c The very best Will give twelve months wear only 350 -- 1 nnttr T Mr Editor ft Marks WIWMW on 15 Ladies RubbersMl 40c 00c ffligi JVtfZfci eAi A sSui s ALL THE LATEST Learner lags HATS 2 The Peoples Great Trading Center To Kentucky Farmers Ages 12 to 19 need Just what you We are receiving new styles daily 50 to lEHim 25c up to Si S2 00 to S7 50 Grutcner Siarks tj UMBRELLAS 75c up to Sio The Peoples Great Trading v enier Frankfort Kv Oct 29th Â¬ By request I send this contribu- tion for publication Last spring I was anxious to find out if broom corn could be successfully raised on Kentucky soil I gave a farmer some seed which he planted it being too late From the chance for other corn it had I am satisfied it can be suc1 cessfully raised and a No One year with another quality it pays well An average crop with a favorable season will pro duce from ten to twelve hundred weight per acre It is worth at the present time 6jj cents per pound It takes 350000 tons of corn annu ally to supply the United States When the crop is with brooms less than that prices go cp on There is now a demand corn in England and Germany for the American broom which will cause a larger demand for broom corn I have heard farmers say they ob ject to raising broom corn as they thought it impoverished the land I know This is a mistaken idea a farmer who has raised broom corn on 40 acres for 18 years in The two first crops succession he paid for his land and the tilling of After cutting the corn this farm would turn his stock on it he then in the spring run a two hone Then stalk cutter through it plow all the stalks under which makes a good furtilizer but not with a one horse plough as I see He would so many do here have a good 16 inch plough with 3 horses attached turn it over and cover up everything He put in The crop 80 acres 4 years ago averaged 1240 pounds per acre He sold it for Sioo per ton in just 18 weeks after planting This would have been a good season had the seed been planted earlier It can be planted as late as the first of June I notice a Mr D J Curry of Mercer county made more money from 16 acres Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ of potatoes than from 100 acres An of wheat Try broom corn old saying is As good as old wheat but among the Sweeds it for is As good as broom corn that means the cash in todays I be- Â¬ from the time it is planted lieve in a diversity of crops Some larmers are like a boy that I asked why he chewed tobacco he said It Because my father chews some is well to take pattern of fathers but not all or there would be no improvements W W Richardson Catarrh Cant bo Cured IVIth local applications as they can Â¬ not reach the sea of the disease Catarrh is a blood or constitutional diseauo and in order to cuje it you have to take internal remedies Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acis directly on the blood and ran It was perscribed by uoub surfaces one of the best physicians in this uountry for years and is a regular prescription Itls composed of the best tonics known combined wib the bent blood purifiers acting directly on the mucousBurface The perfect To the Voters of Frankiin County Ky Frankfort Aug 1894 Yielding to the flattering and of partial earnest solicitation friends and representative citizens of all political faiths I have con- Â¬ trary 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 CO Toledo J JHEENEY gQTSold by druggists 75 cents j- toiimonials - mbiiation of the two ingredients is what produces such wonderful re ults in curing catarrh Send for ci 0 uA For school books and school supplies call at Meagher Marshalls 6tf October 26th to November 10th the Midland will sell tickets to Cincinnati and return at S3 75 on account of the Oakley races o - 1 Those who want to compete for our squash prize must have their squash in by November I 1894 R K McClure Son 7 2t Our shoes are way up and our Come and prices are way down see Meagher 6 tf Marshalls rent For Rent 322 Pleasant rooms for Steele street South Side Mrs Walter R Franklin 51 tf 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 citi Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder zens is in the hands of the County A Pure Qrape Cream ot Tartar Powder Judge and the Magistrates So it will be seen that your County Judge wields a large in- Â¬ N fluence in county affairs more taxes should be laid than are absolutely necessary to meet EVERYONE the bonded indebtedness at its maturity and the annual accruing interest thereon together with the necessary amount to conduct the county government upon econo- Â¬ mic honest business principles Oranuluted Sugar 20 pounds 10 46 Apait of the bonded debt should Arbuctcle LlonundXxXXCoftee2 packages 8 20 Best Potent Flour per barrel 11 pounds 1 00 be met by the next generation as Best Leaf Lard pound Best Meat per In 09 they are to be equally benefited by it Best Side Meat per pound 26 Common Green Tea per pound dis- Â¬ Good Green Tea per pound It is local taxation and the 40 20 ioodGreen Coffee per tribution of the funds derived Best Tomatoes 3 cans pound 26 10 di- Best Flre proor Oil per gallon therefrom that comes home rectly to the countyand city tax- Â¬ payer for it must be met and is Else in Proportion felt in proportion to the ability to kythiog Therefore it is the right meet it of the citizen to demand of his county court the lowest GARDNER each year 641 Goruer Cross and Murray per cent of tax consistent with an economic honest and impartial government and to have this tax promptly collect- Â¬ Cash Only Buys - ed and honestly and fairly ap- - These Goods plied to the good of the entire Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The good people of my native Ihnriniff Villc city and county have honored me time and again by electing me to thnUoir different and important offices My mp nam election for four successive terms cuminnui iDcniirrnv timmrunn hujuluilli to the office which I am soon to evi- Â¬ voluntarily surrender while removes mt- dencing the partiality and most BUFF SM generous favor of my personal as well as political following is an earnest of my faithful impartial and successful discharge ol 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 I ci Ems the must be elected by the uncor SHIP MID Ed- rupted vote of the people as I will HAIR not bring to bear any corrupting UK TH influences to obtain it At the For Sale by fill proper time I will visit the pre cincts of the county feb 10 ly TKADE MAKE M Respectfully W H Sneed Q W Jl J V m XT Ovists J 1M fimim rM jTIBiLEffSpirffitS ZBUCKEYElluui OINTMENT 1 Hard Times Boys 1 Look For the Best PILESj 7 A SURE and CERTAIN CURE 9 iitM 9 known for 5 years as the 1 iiiMg IBEST REMEDY for PILEtfl M m M sold 57aSdkvooists T JCDBES NOTHING BUT Mayl2 ly MOST IN QUANTITY C M yk vSf I aftTIN QUALITY WORMS WHITES GREW 2 S Has lad all WORM Remedies 5 miM 9 EVERY I0TTLE 8UAMNTEED9 1 SOU MX AM DKVOeiST M1 I BICHAKDS0S MKDICINB CO ST KOCH 5ji E VERMIFUGE Z FOR 20 YEARS May 12 ly If 1 S m ff Â¬ Â¬ fc- - county Nov 3 in 1 Job work neatly exe outed at this office jP Mm a V li -