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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rots 1V v ts IVf W EflHKrJI Cff spWY MmbMI3 Hi The irv EL r Frankfort Eohndabout A GEO A LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advanoe Hfc 4 VOL XYIII FRANKFOET ippfj KY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 10 1894 Lurc Crowd Hero The largest court day crowd which has been here for several months was in town Monday Main and St Clair streets presented a lively appearence and NO 10 la ttratfrzvzirizi w m m w w ik jlt 22S fJAKTSTEIty Dont ask for baking powder simply Â¬ Ask for ROYAL Baking Powder 1HW ran 65 Otherwise the grocer may give you some of the alum powders which will spoil your food and make you ill wEEy ijsasi 5 There is no other compound or mixture that can take the place of ROYAL BAKING POWDER or that will make cake biscuit griddle cakes doughnuts bread etc so light sweet palatable and wholesome - i1 Take no substitutes for Royal Baking Powder i ROYAL CAKMa MWDCft CO M constables RACE 06 WALL ST NEW VOMC THE ELECTION - A Considerable Change Â¬ Â¬ j r The race for Constable in this The election on Tuesday reA Quiet Day and Light Vote district resulted as follows sulted in the choice of the followVoglers Harrod 101 Rosson ing representatives in Congress Tuesday being election day the 132 Flynn 3 from this State Bridge Harrod 154 Rosson saloons were closed and the streets 1st District Jno KHendricks presented a very quiet appear- 64 Flynn 6 Dem of Livingston Court House Harrod 124 ance and so few people gathered 2d District John D Clardy the voting places in the Rosson 93 Flynn 8 about Dem of Christian Market House Harrod 90 central part of the city that a W G Hunter 3d District stranger would not have known Rosson 56 Flynn o Rep of Cumberland Gas House Harrod 52 Rosson anything unusual was going on 4th District John W Lewis vote in the city fell consider- 121 Flynn 10 The Rep of Washington Gaines Stable Harrod 130 ably short of the registration but Walter Evans 5th District Rosson 98 Flynn 9 in the county a tolerably fair vote Rep of Louisville Totals Harrod 651 Rosson was cast Below we give the vote 6th District AS Berry Dem between the candidates for Con- 564 Flynn 36 of Campbell The following is a list of the gress and County Judge C Owens 7th District W Â¬ -- TX you could buy most anything on the street from a dead mans clothes to a piano or a steam engine but most of the people were too busy talking politics to think of much else and prices ruled low Hon W C Owens addressed a large crowd at the Court House in the afternoon winding up his canvass as a candidate for Congress W H Posey Master Commissoner sold the following property The west end of the Mansion House block fronting forty six feet on Main street to R Tobin for 407750 Lot of land in Bald Knob pre- Â¬ cinct to Jos Scrofif for 291280 Seven acres of land near the 1 r tr j x vwb uuumy rmc iu T j nrtu for 12380 A tract of land near the And er- son line to Judge R Brown for 38419W H Wahlens blacksmith shop with two acres of ground at- tached to the Peoples Home- Saving Associaion for Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - MOTHEB List of Bargains FOR THIS WEEK sx Ohildrensand Misses Cloaks To fit any age lrnm 6 to 14 years will be sold at 150 247 yards each All wool Trieot Dress Goods all colors only 21 cents a yard 15 pair White Blankets only GO cents a pair 349 yards Foulard CftllCO the best made only 5 cents a yard Qne bolt of 72 ynrds Bkck Henrietta Dress Goods at 59 cents a yard POSITIVELY wortn 90 cents A larpe a hand some Hne of Dress Goods at i j i i Very Low Prices I - w A small tract of land near Svval lowfield to Luke Harrod for Merrino and All wool undar wear to fit any child manor 13343 Childrens and ladies Sixty acres of land near Swal- - woman Union Suits in cotton or wool lowfield to Sawyer Wallace Co for 38765 iver cheap For bargains in a11 kinds of Sooda S to Eighty seven acres of land near Graefenburg to Sam Collins for Â¬ Fifty acres of land on Cove Hill to Mrs jane R Crutcher for 925 per acre Â¬ 86440 A lot on Mero street near St Clair to Dr 638 50 HRRTSTEIH S No 214 E Underwood for O CD u a CO Precincts D SB a 93 122 133 83 109 107 83 63 61 B a a Magistrates and Constables elected Dem for the several districts of the MAGISTRATES of Scott B St Clair St next door to R K county 1st District Si ll Bridge Court House Market House Gas House Gaines Stable TJtterbacks Shop Bellepoint Cedar Run Bridgeport Benson Voglers est e E - McCreary 9 7 76 J B Moore 9 3 66 4 60 23 Flat Creek The following Democratic can 41 57 49 Elmvllle- 8 didateb had no oppsition except 68 29 Swallowtteld 43 23 Bloomington 44 31 65 the Populist candidates and as the 84 93 117 Peaks Mill 65 47 58 41 vote of the latter party amounted Thorn Hill 87 69 115 17 Switzer 99 94 116 38 to but little had no troubie in Forks of Elkhorn 115 135 108 89 being elected Crutchers N B Smith for Armstrong Totals 1944 1508 1897 1155 County Clerk R D for Sheriff Minus Williams for for Polsgrove Jailer Jas H magistrates race The following is the result of County Attorney WS Dehoney K Jett for the race for Magistrate in this the for Coroner Thos Surveor M B Dorton for first magisterial district Assessor Voglers Gaines 84 Todd Heart Disease durable 130 Boone 23 Emerson 4 Bridge Gaines 134 Todd 85 The truth of this statement my bt Boone 12 Emerson 2 doubted by many but when Dr Prun kiln Miles the eminent Indians Court house Gaines 89 Todd HpooialUt claims that heart disease is curable and proves it by thousands 84 Boone 37 Emerson 3 of testimonials of wonderful cares Gaines Market house 57 by his new heart cure it attraots the Todd 44 Boone 54 Emerson o attention of the millions sufferingÂ¬ with short breath palpitation irreg Gas house Gaines 45 Todd ular pulse wind in stomach pain in Hide or shoulder smothering spells j6 Boone 69 Emerson 1 o A F Davis fainting dropsy Silver Oreek Nebraska by veiug Gaines Stable Gaines 105 four New Todd 84 Boone 47 Emerson 2 dure bottles of Dr Miles oured Heart was completely after Total Gaines 5 14 Todd 503 twelve years suffering from heart disease Thin wonderful remedy ir Boone 246 Emerson 12 iold by J W Oayle Books free i Harvieland Bald Knob Baileys Mill 97 153 153 74 130 104 101 64 59 143 125 134J 46 22 58 51 84 51 122 44 84 50 64 32 120 38 47 69 111 74 56 75 71 71 59 70 63 84 33 49 68 53 55 35 2d 3rd 4th 5 th 1st R E Gaines J A Lyon L Hannen J J Harrod C H Thomas constables 2d Davis Harrod Ed J Flynn 3rd 4th 5th Scott Hampton J C A Physician Dem of Madision Seldom recommends a proprietary A great use 9th District S J Pugh Rep medicine Kennedies many in our both Household their of Lewis families and in their practice Dr 10th District Jo M Kendall N L Reynolds of Eureka 111 writes us that he has had occasion to use Dem of Morgan Dr Hales Household Ointment in and thinks it nth District D G Colson several cases of burns writes he has He has few equals also used the Dr Hales Household Rep of Bell is Tea in The present delegation in Con so goodhis own femiiy and finds itdo that he cannot afford to gress is composed of one Republi- without it It is the great blood pu Â¬ Positively rifier and nerve tonic can and ten Democrats cures dyspepsia constipation bilious- Â¬ 25 and 59 cents per pack ness etc age at P H Carpenters drug store Church Supper Â¬ Â¬ 8th District Jas McCreary McClure H G MATTEHU TUB- - Pbotoiiagier 334 MAIN STRKET FRANKFORT K d a 1 The ladies of the Baptist Church will give a bazaar and supper in their chapel on the evening of December 7th for the benefit of the Â¬ Business and Professional Directory CONFECTIONER LAWYERS church Beautiful and useful articles will be offered for sale at reasonable prices and a first class supper served fc B JOHN R TODD Manufacturing tfmtio tvtfulu Pntifllae Prnltu Vnta nnl Too PrAJitn and Soda Water in season Cigars and Tobacco Near new bridge WM CROMWELL Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky Will practice in the Estate Agent Courts ot Franklin and thn adjoining counties will also give special attention to the put and chase und sale ot real estate collection of rents claims and the negotiation ot loans Also Real a A Child Enjoys The pleasant flavor gentle action Confectioner 41 St Clair Street 4 and soothing effects of Syrup of WJ CHINNJR Figs when in need of a laxative Attorney at Law NEWSDEALER and if the father or mother be Frankfort Kentucky costive or bilious the most grati Â¬ GUY BARRETT Will practice in all State Courts Office second floor Custom House fying results follow its use so that News Dealer and it is the best family remedy known drugs Bookseller and every family should have a 332 Main Street W H AVERILL bottle on hand Fine Stationery Periodicals of all kinds Fancy Meets Tuesday Evening Goods Druggist Main Street opp City Hall Fine Stationery a A general stock of Drugs specialty Cigars and Tobacco Prescriptions compounded at all hours PAINTERS The Board of Education will meet on Juesday evening next W B BRIDGEFORD JNO W RWILLIAMS CO when the question of reopening the Druggists The Painter city schools will come up 314 Main Sheet 10 St Clair Street Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder WallPaper PalntsOlls and Glass constantly on Prescriptions carefully and accurately filled at all A Worlds Pair Highest Madal sad Diploma v band hours A flue line ot Fancy Toilet Articles KMHJBHBBBuMHHRBm9r vTVw iriiK VJfa I g Men of all political parlies are voting for us and they will continue to vote for us They vote that we have Tue Best Qualities of IN A WALK r Su I I t That Ed Da k Mitt Cloning D 1 They Can Depend on What We Say HuOo a 11 rtjr jinjiruiJxnjiuijxriJiJiJviriruT V WWWVVWW thnWW rUtimii 1 VVVj Haa4 Tfiftt fliir nnnifn nrn Hat uui uuuus m m desi runny k BW 0 1110 That They All Like to Deal With Us 2 S3 S3 IwIEETS SXJIXS VAX s - fiV V8l it uu IHiQ ON Kaair HATS FURNISHING GOODS and in fact CLOTHING of all kinds for Men and Boys a BOYS STTITS JLaa 60 3 3 50 i tJ rsei ran KdU nrr nnBrinnEnEeiEnnnEnnnnnnnBnBnEnnrin cvujuacatiaDacBBUHEiiaauBBaB 0 HUMPHRIES IMPORTANT MEETING EnniiEaRnEnEnrEBEaEiaEtsrriEnEPEBBiaEPraEnESEEnncsBisrrnriBjIaBPiEFinw 2uuujuji2ULu2aBuuMEauuuuu3uaEuEy Services at the Bridgeport Midland Christian Church next Sunday at Only direct line betweea 1 1 a m and 7pn1 Married At Evergreen Baptist CINCINNATI AND RAKFORT Church by the pastor Rev Wes- Â¬ ribortest and quicken netween ton Bruner on Wednesday Nov Mr Jas Frk fort Georgetown and Paris Car 7th at 9 oclock a m Thomas a prosperous young far- Â¬ lisle KajBville Cynthiasa Fal Â¬ mer of Gratz Owen county and mouth and CoriDgtoi Miss Mollie Flynn of this county The bride who is one of the most ASK FOB TICKETS VU KY MIDLAND charming young ladies of Cedar Run was lovely attired in light TBJttKS BOH BT CERTflAl STAHOABD TIME grey serge and carried white TIME TABLE AUG 1 1KM chrysanthemums the groom was A U P K IP M The dressed in the usual black THAIN3 BA8T No 1 No 8 No7 chuich which was darked and had Lv Frankfort 410 a 700 100 Summit 706 4 16 11IK the lamps lighted was handsomely Lv Elkhorn Lv 711 421 125 decorated with evergreen and cut LvSwltzer 718 4UJ 14U Lv stamping Ground 728 488 200 flowers Immediately after the Lv Duvall 734 444 110 Lv Jounoon 740 460 220 ceremony the happy young couple Lv Georgetown B 746 467 235 C S Depot 603 755 800 left for their future home in Owen Lv Lv Newtown 613 ate a20 county where a reception was Lv Centrevtlle 816 521 386 Lv Elizabeth 82U 626 846 them by the groom s par- Â¬ Ar Paris given C 536 8S0 40U 538 Attendants Mr Charlie at Paris Junction ents AMI P II A U P M Flynn and Mist Ella Cardwell TBAINS WEST No 2 No 4 No8Nol Lv Mrs Mattie Scofield and Mrs L Purs Junnctlon C 1000 642 Ihr 605 440 rbilzitQeth 1010 615 4F6 Bettie Parker visited relatives in AriViit uvlIle 1014 619 621 Ar Newtown 10 22 6 27 Bridgeport last Wednesday Ar O S Depot 1032 641 6 B Ar Georgetown 1037 747 aw 645 Mr Al Wilson is convalescent Ar CASSELL Kentucky en esj jpjp PERSONAL H Every Member or II Irani iLotlgc Dr J A Lucy spent Tuesday at ville Midway Attention Mr Dan J Newman who has been Miss Todd Saffell spent Friday last in failing health for some months is There will be a called meeting in Louisville again confined to his home on Arling of Hiram Lodge No 4 A Y Mrs Mary R Haff spent Tuesday ton Heights Â¬ in Lexington Mrs Frank B Richardson has re- M pn Monday evening next at Â¬ Mr Lan Butler of Paris spent Sun turned from a visit of several weeks 730 oclock in the north hall of to friends in Clarksville Tennessee the Odd Fellows Temple at which day in this city Mrs Jack Fuss went to Louisville and in Hopkinsville a matter of great importance Mrs L 0 Rice of Lexington came on Tuesday last to the craft will be considered Miss Mary Brown Duvall is visiting down Wednesday afternoon to visit her parents Mr C A Nelson and Every member of the Lodge is friends in Louisville wife on Campbell street earnestly requested to be present Mr Virgil Hewitt has returned Mr J R Williams who has been and visiting brothers fraternally from Elizabethtown visiting relatives here for several invited to attend Miss Birdie Brown visited relatives weeks left Tuesday morning for his at Henderson this week home in Washington City She Mr Joe LeCompte of Lexington Mrs H S Hale Mrs Thos G spent Sunday in this city A fine treat is in store for the Poore and Mrs G B Swango left Mr Tilford Clarke of Lexington Thursday afternoon for Louisville to amusement loving people next spent Sunday in this city attend the Chrysanthemum Show week A Y Pearsons big scenfc Mr and Mrs James Saffell spent Dr Hervey Keller and bride have production She will be the at Saturday last in Louisville returned from their trip and have Mrs Cornelia Bush returned to her taken rooms with Mrs Kellers father traction at the Opera House Friday night November 16th The home at Louisville on Monday Mr D C Orutcher on Ann street ne as preto Louis Â¬ Miss Katie McNamara of Lexing dramatization 01 Mrs Pat McDonald went ville on Tuesday to spend a few days ton who have been visiting friends sented by Ivlr Pearsons comMrs J W Headley left on Tuesday and relatives in this city for the past pany is from the pen of Mr morning for a short stay in Louisville week returned Thursday evening to Edwin Barbour author of the Johnson 1147 651 800 Ar Duvall 6 67 1163 aiO Judge R H Thompsun of Louis Â¬ her home W Jenkins of ArStampijgGround Mr and Mrs J 7 03 1100 880 - wau 1 Mrs Ellen Thomas Misses Annin Ar Swltzer on Monday last 7 13 aso 1110 ville was in this city Frankfort visited Farmdile last Ar Elkhorn 1117 720 906 of the Midnight Sun and The Ar Summit 1123 726 916 Messrs Duncan Bell and Henry and Emily Thomas Miss ManniePow- week A Ar Frankfort 1130 785 925 ell and Mrs George Darsie left Tues- - District Fair and is said to be Pnrin nnmit Sundar in this niotr nf t a connect with LN VtJw Rev W C Taylor of Frank uay lor a vjbil ul several1 wuskb tO the finest cpr nrnHiireH tli B connects with O rv c and L a fort preached at South Benson C connects with K C Mrs Dandridge has returned to ew xortt scenes and situations are grand SUNDAY TRAINS Church last Sunday afternoon Miss Hannah Innes who has been Winchester after a few days stay Nos 2 3 and 4 will run on Sundays until The story as told by Haggard is Three joined by letter quite ill with typhoid fever for sever further mtlce No 1 will leave Frankfort at here 815 a ni and Georgetown at 9 02 arriving at Capt W S B Hill left Wednesday al weeks is able to be up but her developed in every particular and Mr Hardin RoHgers jr visited Paris at 940 The Kentucky Midland for a visit to his old home in Nelson brother James and two sisters are the strange characters only heard his cousin Mr Eugene Roberts tions form the shortest and Railway and connec Â¬ cheapest route to ait still very ill points north south east and wf st county of in fiction are dipicted in real last Saturday and Sunday For further information apply to their agents Miss Ida Blackburn of Natchez life C D BERCAW E B WEITZEL Miss Sarah Simrall of Lexington Messr Joe Hubbell and Wal- Â¬ Gen f ass Agt city Ticket Agent Mississippi who has been visiting spent Saturday last with Mrs S D GEOB HARPER Gen Supt Haggards story opens in the ter Kesler visited this neighbor- Â¬ ralatives in Versailles has returned Johnson to this city and is the guest of Mrs nineteenth century while Mr hood recently Mr D H Pifer and wife left TuesFast Frihnds Barbours goes beyond and opens day afternoon for a visit to relatives Jos H Lewis his phy 440 years before Christ iii Missouri A man who has practiced medicine Election Echoes br 40 years ought to know salt from Â¬ giving to the public the characters sugar Dr J G Hatchitt and wife of NewH K read what he says town Scott county were in the city in life that Haggard only mentioned Toledo O Jan 10 1887 Editor Roundabout Wednesday Co Gen Â¬ Messrs J COPYRIGHTS ine mechanical tlemen IFhave Cheney the general In the case of Batman vs Me as mythical been in CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT t For Wood Longmoor Messrs Ellis 4 iromDi answer and on honest opinion write to 1 Metcalfe 533 and of effects are startling showing a real practice of medicine for most Headley and Charles Swango spent gowan JNN as CO who nave had neirlvflftv vGimr vears and would say that in the patent Cox vs Nash 1 Bush 201 14 live person slipping into a volcanic practice and experience haveall my experience inconfidential business Communlc- otions strictly Sunday in Louisville A of In nevei formation concerning PatentHandbook to obÂ¬ and bow Bush 668 where two of the flame and in an instant before neon a preparation that I oould pre tain tbem sent free Also a catalogue of mechan Â¬ Miss Hester Laughlin has returned free aribed wfth as much confidence of ical and scientific books sentMunn ft Co recelre Patents taken through to St Louis after a few days stay county board appointed by law to the very eyes is shriveled into a luccesss as I can Halls Catarrh Cure speclal notice in the Hclentitlc Americnn and count the votes cast at an election brought widely wlthHave pre- Â¬ thus are w mu luvtjnwr before the publlopansryou with Mrs G W Ohinn manufactured muib Bpienaia ae candidates for office they can mummy The scenery used in scribe it a greatby times and its uuk bubiicirculation of any scientifichas by larin many Issued weekly elegantly Illustrated Mrs Charles W Saffell and Miss not act and work in their places must be the play is the handsomest ever effect is wonderful and would say in largest 83 a rear Sample copies sent free theworld Mary Morris returned Saturday from Building conclusion that I have yet to find a copies tlonmontbly 60 a year Blnglesupplied by the two magistrates painted for a production of this case 30 cents Every numi ooniains oeau- a visit to friends in Louisville of Catarrh that it would nol uui with in colors and of nearest the county seat This does kind and covers some 1 6ooo feet cure if they would take it according housesplates plans enabling photographs show new builders to Mrs L B Longmoor and Mrs H S not seem to have been done in latest designs and secure contracts Address the to directions MUNN CO ixw Yoke 301 Broadway of canvas The company number- Â¬ Hale went to Lexington Tuesday to this county Yours trulv Why L LGOftSUOHMD attend the chrysanthemum show In the Gas House precinct in ing twenty five people are picked Office 215 Summit St JOHN ECHOLS Mr 0 E Collins returned Monday the city contested election case from the best ranks of the pro- Â¬ j Receivers ST JOHN BOYLE We will give 100 for any case of from a trip to Kansas and Nebraska Judge Williams took the ground fession and are selected for cured with their Catarrh that can not be Taken interÂ¬ Halls Catarrh Cure where he went to look out a location that the officers could not amend R R individual ability to portray the nally u Mrs W L Cannon of Midway their returns after leaving the poll- Â¬ F J CHENEY COFrO THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY ROUTE for which they are cast O Tolei came down Tuesday afternoon for a ing place He appears to have characters lySold by all druggists 76c visit to her father Mr Hiram Berry changed his opinion in the recent The play has an abundance of i Senator Wm Lindsay and family election as to the Benson precinct comedy that keeps the audience have returned from Cincinnati and He also seems to have forgotten to in good humor throughout and Chesapeake Ohio Ry ONLY ONE NIGHTS RIDE are at their home on Wapping street appoint Mr Wm Wright as with several small specialties introMajor James W Blackburn and judge at the Capital Hotel precinct LOUISVILLE TQ MEMPHIS duced the performance cannot NEW TORS PHILADELPHIA WASHING wife of Washington City are visit in place of Mr Boone a candidate but be pleasing to all TOM BOSTON and all Eastern Cities ing the family of Judge G W Orad as he agreed to do IS THE MO JT PERFECT SERVICE dook The refusal to allow a repre- Â¬ Farmdale Shortest Line between FRANKFORT Messrs W S and W B Morris left sentative of Judge Denny to wit- Â¬ LEXINGTON and EASTERN MEMPHIS ness the count of the certificates Tuesday morning for a months Ash Mr and Mrs Oscar Farmer POINTS to Reelfoot of election was singular to say visited Mrs Fannie Farmer last ing and hunting trip VICKSBURG Time card In effect May 13 1894 the least The law does not au- week Lake KAST BOUND Lve Lexington NEW ORLEANS It desig- Â¬ Miss Florence Dudley of Hender- Â¬ thorize such refusal No22 dally F K V Mrs Dave Parker is improving Midland Express No 26 dally ex Sun 110 am a m 816 Accom AND ALL POINTS son who has been visiting relatives nates who shall make the count 7 p M Vestlbuled Express No 24 dally here returned home Tuesday after- Â¬ but does not require nor intimate from her recent illness Mt Sterling Accom No 28 dally ex Sun 630 p m WEST BOUND and Southwest Soul noon that their proceedings shall be Miss Jennie Lillard visited her Arr Lexington 60am The fact that the law sister Mrs Ada Farmer last Mt Sterling Accom No 27 dally ex Sun7 16 S B Holmes and children re secret Mrs 11 a u Atlantic Express No 21 dally turned Saturday evening from a visit does not give a right to demand to week Midland Accom No 26 dallyexSun4 K p m Rates Tickets and all Information furnished by 6 KM pm Vestlbuled Express No 23 dally Ticket Agent of uny Railway Co It not to her sister Mrs I N Oardwell in be present does not justify the readdress Born To Mr John Hart and Folk Vestlbuled Trains with Dining Cars fusal of a common courtesy New York via this Only 26 hours Frankfort to Winchester W J MOBRLDKgent wife a son Stuart route Mrs Mark Clames who has been Judge Hoke at Louisville did Both through trains run via Frankfort Ky Loutsvll Mr and Mrs John Sargent No Bus transfers visiting her sister Mrs James W considerable damage to his party visited Mr Dilger and family last H G W BARNEY D P A Lexington Ky 0 B KYAN W FULLER Blackburn in Washington City has by similar partisan proceedings T BLYNOH I I I Katie Green returned Thurs- Â¬ day from a visit to friendB in Louis- Â¬ Miss Ry 4ii r 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ n I 1 I Â¬ KfraanEaH W - f - C 0 S W M memis miter Â¬ Â¬ t JL ills r Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I returned to this city u Tidal Wave Sunday Genl Pass Agt Washington D C Aast Genl Pass Agt Cincinnati General Passenger Agent Louisville Ky IV- - J Vt t f mmm l i mm nn honest 3 I ins M A SELBERT ri si TO rings have and all our j business has an honest ring to it Even if your fin- - B gers are gracefully formed and fair to look upon they Should not luck this one thing a ring Ours are golden beauties Thats the ring all our JEWELER Matrimonial been thoroughly fumigated and all danger of contracting the disease in that quarter is passed Miss adorned with bright gems household The baby is troublesome but the joy of the He needs a finger ring to beautify his chubby little hand 1 sl For 50e or well ring his finger with a very neat little band Soft rj ni tiekling Clocks loud sounding Alarms Silverware etc M and all kinds of Jewelry of the latest most perfect designs Jeromes Banners Mr Philip D Arnold and Miss Mary J Todd were irarried Wednesday even- Â¬ ing at six oclock at the home of the brides mother on Campbell street Rev F S Pol lett of the Methodist Church officiating Only the immediate family of the contracting parties and a few invited guests were pre sent They left on the west bound C O train for a short bridal Arnold Todd Sunday Opening Beginning to morrow the post office will be closed during the hours for service in the differ ent churches on Sunday and the general delivery will be open only from 130 to 230 and from 515 to 615 p m Â¬ Joy Banner Rest Banner Every day Banner What Will tl e Violets Be Each leaflet or banÂ¬ ner consists of four panels beauti fully decorated in colors and g Id attached by ribbons of appropriate colors combined with elegant extracts from popular authors and enclosed in decorated envelopes Fac simile of artists original de- Â¬ signs Â¬ nm 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 2l2 Yards Wide Sheeting 4 cents 4 14 5 Â¬ 10 5 5 4 trip Denton Cromwell Miss Flor ence Lromwell of this county and Mr Denton of Bagdad Shelby county will be married on Wednesday December 5th OConnor Nickles Mr James Desmond OConnor and Miss Emma Nickles will be married at the Church of the Good Shepherd on Wednesday November 28th The groom from the time he was a bright eyed lad has been a faithful and industrious employe of this office and we congratulate the happy young bride-to-bupon capturing such a good honest fellow Dessie my boy may your pathway through life be strewn with the choicest blooms of happiness Quinly Johnson The wedding of Mr John Quinly and Miss Pearl Johnson is announced to take place on the 21st inst The County Clerk has issued the following marriage licenses this week Thomas O Reed and Miss Mary H Duvall James V Thomas and Miss Mary J Flynn Phillip D Arnold and Miss Mary J Todd Â¬ e Irene Jeromes happy faculty in- grouping and interpretWill Change Its Name ing beautiful thoughts by means of colored and illuminated designs Squire Pat McDonald gives is highly appreciated by all book notice in this weeks issue of his buyers and her work is welcomed paper that on the first of January by all lovers of the beautiful Her One Years he will change the name of the precious creations Sketch book Natures Halleu- Western Argus to the Yeoman jah A Bunch of Violets In and will greatly improve the a Fair Country Sun prints in Skv tints The Message of paper the Bluebird and From an Old She Committed Suicide Love letter are the popular illus trateed books published in this Mrs F 0 Gone at Paris left this letter uMy husbandForgive me if I century and welcomed by people cause you trouble but I suffer so of artistic taste in all walks of life You do not know what these long And now following her late suc wauetui wretched ntgnts are to me cess in illuminated color work I and I am so tired darling the pain will never be better It is not easy to have called you Friends we have take my own life but I have been a new revelation of the resources sick so long Goodbye my husband I love you your wife This is one of her genius and one well adaptof the thousands that gives up in ed to grace and beautify the bestead of using Dr Miles Restorative loved homes of our land Lee Nervine and being speedily cured of Shepard Publishers Boston their wretchedness Goto J W Gayle and get an elegant book and trial Miss Â¬ Â¬ 75 12 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 V 3 Black HUE Hursey Â¬ Â¬ HOIillU SADDLES v bottle free A COMPLETE LINE OF 5 Haunted Programme of Teachers Asso Â¬ ciation To convene at Elmville ber 16th 1894 Music Novem- Â¬ Welcome Address WWPorter How to Secure Attendance at School Discussed by Association Â¬ Recitation Essay Miss Edna Porter Miss Maggie Daniels Value of Good School Furniture -- al Newton R C louett Miss Lizzie John Haydon Flynn Miss Eudora South Miss Katie Juett Grammar J C Porter v Dis- A haunted house ln tnese practical and un romantlc days Is something of u rarity but an Individual haunted with the Idea that his ail ment Is Incurable Is a personage frequently met with Disbelief in the ability of medicine to cure Is only a mild form of monomania although tn some cases repeated failures to obtain relief from many dtfterent sources would almost seem to Justify the doubt Bos tetters Stomach Bitters has demonstrated Its ability to overcome dyspepsia constlp ttion liver aud kidney trouble malarial compMlnts and nervousness and Its recorded achieve Â¬ ments In the curative line ouiht at le ist to warrant Its trial by anyone troubled with either of the above ailments even although his previous efforts to obtain remedial aid have been fruitless rsed with persistence the Bitters will conuuer the most obstinate cases TROTTING and RUNNING HORSE GOODS ALWAYS ON HAND mar 10 3m 232 -- ATT3ST STEEBT CO JACOB SWIGERT -- Essay Come and look through our entire line cost nothing see lots Meaghkk Marshall Have Removed From the Batzell Building ON MAIN STEET TO- - Recitation cussed by Association The programme will be interCromwell In this county on Saturday November 3d 1894 to spersed throughout with music The Switzer Quartette will be Mr William Cromwell and wife a there and a good time may be ex son William Foree pected Everybody invited to attend Hacknev In this county on Miss Eudora South Sunday November 4 1884 to Miss Addie Juett Mr T W Hackney and wife a John C Porter son W C Owens weight 10 Committee Births Â¬ N A S K 101 AND 102 ANN STREET 3 Â¬ Â¬ There will be a regular meeting RasemEnt nf the Capital Hntel of the National Association of Stationary Engineers Frankfort 8They will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a No 5 of Kentucky this Saturday short time evening at 730 p m at Sower Ahlers hall AH members are t equested to be present By order of the Association Wm S Caplinger FRflHKFORT - COLLEGE I i pounds In this county on Friday November 2 1894 to Mr Ed Duvall and wife a Duvall daughter Lilly At Wilmore Jessamine county on Sunday November 4th Meagher Marshall s 1894 to Rev D Clay Lilly and 6 tf wife of this city a daughter Guitar Instruction ami Piano weight nine pounds President Jno B Meek Secretary To Cincinnati via Q FOR C Sunday November 18th Autumn Goodyear Welts in all styles outing excursion Dont miss it All guaranteed The rate is low the weather from 250 up A full First term of ensuing year will begin September 12 1894 pleasant Ask the agent about it goods at course of study in Meagher Marshalls SPANISH LITERATURE ENGLISH LATIN GREEK FRENCH GERMAN All fine shoes on C D or E 6 tf COMPOSITION ELOCUTION CONVERSATION DELSARTE MUSIC width at ETHICS ELEMENTS OF ART MENTAL PHILOSOPHY YOTJMGr XvJLDIEB Â¬ Dissolution Notice Hughes Co have this day dissolved All persons partnership B S Hughes retiring navlngcliilms against the firm will please present tnem for payment and nil persons who are In debted to the il rin will please c ill and settle Black Crutcher assuming nil contracts and liabilities and settlement ot nil indebtness to be B H HIKillKS made to theiu BlucK Â¬ CRITICISM POLITICAL ECONOMY HISTORY NATU RAL SCIENCES MATHEMATICS ABLE EFFICIENT FACULTY PRIMARY BRANCHES OF Tuning SJ TiY MUTUAL CONSENT T1IK FIRM Entirely Well Â¬ J Henry Brady guitar Master Steele Reading son of tons celebrated method the latest and most approved Pianos Mr W T Reading the BroadFirst class way dry goods merchant who had tuned and repaired references furnished For terms a slight case of diphtheria has en Â¬ c apply at 318 Clinton street tirely recovered and the house has 45 tf will give lessons in Sax teacher of A good home most pleas A first class college in every feature antly located in which most careful attention will be given to the cul- Â¬ ture health and comfort of pupils Boys Admitted to the Academic Department Full Pri Prepare for admission to best Colleges and Universities For terms and further information apply to also mary course ID- - 3D T K- 207 Second Street Fronting Bridge Â¬ VI Oct 11 1804 M L CHUTO HKR S BLACK We will continue the business at the old stand of S Black with u full supply ot the best coal at We cordially Invite ou to call the lowest price BLACK CUUTCHER und see us Nov Baiimes IFresident Mm h BROWNIES w u m Vir - W BROWNIES X36T BROWNIES - v Mirifrr fc Stick Pins Hat PinsRings Spoons And 2nany Otlier cruelties at OOPP kjvjj j n UST J1 v v THE WIDE AWAKE The fewest Tlilaaers as Soon as axvafactare6l JEWELER FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Until u More Convenient Time Entered atthe post office at Frankfort Kentucky as second class mailable matter GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT NOVEMBER 10 1894 Â¬ Sure Reward for the Obser vance of the Sabbath See 58th chapter of Isaiah I3th and 14th verses If thou turn away thy feet from the Sabbath from doing thy pleasure on My holy day and call the Sabbath a delight the holy of the Lord honorable and shalt honor Him not doing thine own ways nor finding thine own pleasure nor speaking thine own words Then shalt thou delight thy- Â¬ self in the Lord and I will cause the high places of the earth and feed thee on the heritage of Jacob thy father for he mouth of the Lord hath spoken it Sunday Closing They err who think the present effort to stop business in Frankfort on Sunday has in it any spirit of force or dictation It rests purely on the ground of free consent The merchants are closing of their own free will and are entering voluntarily into such an agreement with each other Arid they are doing it cheerfully and heartily Even the is not invoked to aid the law On the part of our movement citizens all that is asked is t hat they thoughtfully lay in their Sun- Â¬ day supplies on Saturday and keep on doing it till it becomes chronic and habitual with them After all the permanent success of the movement is dependent on If they will so change them habits as to obstain from all their Sunday traffic Sunday closing will be assured We earnestly urge them to do so There is no need of any but the kindest feel ing in regard to the matter and we do not anticipate that so good a work commanding so unusually the approval of this community will be at all liable to failure IJurgc Vegetables Â¬ Â¬ The King Bridge Company their representative or tor who has been at work since early in the summer removing the old St Clair street bridge piers from the river quit work on the job Saturday having taken down the middle pier to the right depth to the city engi according neers s measurement but left the piers nearest the shores about eighteen inches or two feet higher than the depth to which the contract requires them to be removed The claim is made on the part of the company that sub-contra- Notice IlaitlUII Wm Cobles Ueiks c Dafemlnnts Br virtue of au order In the abuvn pimm th creditors of Wm Coble declined lire lier by notltled to present their claims to me proven us required by Imw or to appear before me and prove their claims on or before January 1 1895 WM UOULEH AUMK c FRANKLIN COUNTY COU T vs FROST Should remind you that this is the timefor iK i Oct 20 lm W H POSEY Commissioner C C WEATHER STRIPS and DOOR MATS COAL HODS POKERS FIRE SETS Which I am offering at lower prices than ever stock of before A k in Notice Lono8 Heirsc Defendants 1 By virtue or an order In the above cause the creditor of Ed Lour deceased are hereby noti fied to present their claims t j me proven ns re VS large D LONGS ADMR FRAMCLIN CIRCUIT COURT lllllltllt f Kn Â¬ Â¬ Hardware Cutlery Etc -- quired by law on or before December 1 1894 Oct80 2t W H POSEY Commissioner FCC hands cannot be employed to work in the water this time of the year and that the work will have to be completed during warm weather The work has been next year done in the slowest and hardest way and we understand tnat some of the hands have not been paid for several weeks work performed If this is true it must be the real reason that hands cannot be em- Â¬ ployed The city is still holding back twenty seven hundred dollars due the company on account of the new bridge and it would be a good idea to hold on to it for it looks like the city or the Govern- Â¬ ment will have to remove the bal ance of the piers if they are ever The city and county taken out have gotten the hot end of the bargain in nearly all their transac- Â¬ tions with the King people and it appears very much as if this part of the contract was to be dropped on them BLUE GRASS MIES M P GRAY HARDWARE MERCHANT iinm 11 Tv All marked down to cash basis- - Orchard A Mm Garden FULL STOCK OF FRUIT AND ORNA mentat Trees Shrubs Small Fruits Grape Vines Asparagus and everything usually found at such an establishment Try us on prices We do not sell through agents but direct to the planter Catalogue on application HF HILLENMEYER Oct 6 Sm j xlngton Ky KENTUCKY TOBACCO DR W I KELLEY Crockers Honest Fertilizers OF CINCINNATI0wlll be ai the PHOENIX IN LEXINGTON I will sell to any reliable man in ton lots for 45 per ton on eigrbt months lime with HOTEL note without interest If you dont want a ton call and get a sample order KY Saturday November 10 1894 Saturday November 24 1894 Saturday December 8 1894 HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without surgica operation un d wltu little or no pain G I HHNNEN a bottle of the finest Cough cure on That is what we claim for earth Dr Hales Household Cough Cure and what thousands of people have told us Dont neglect a cough It may cost you as many dollars or possibly your life When you feel the first symptoms go to P H Carpenters drug store invest 25 cents in a bottle of Dr Hales Household Cough Cure d and cure yourself Twcnty flve Cents Isnt much money but it will buy a jasM WlthrowFrankfottKy REEERENCES W McKeeHardle Frankfort Ky J A acott irankfoit Ky Anthony teach irankfort Ky J T Utaten Frankfort Ky V Berberlch Frankfort Ky Rev L JP Hulett Benson Ky A H McUure Frankfort Ky N J tiutjhes Frankfort Ky David Moore Benson Ky NEW TARIFF EFFEC1S on Holiday Goods and in addition to being sold on the small profit plan for cash it enables you to buy a nice present for a small price DAYS Pamphlets describing thes diseases and the mode of treatment sent free to any orb W I KELLEY M D by addressing 259 W Eight St Cincinnati 0 CONSULTATION FREE RCHOATE Formerly of Wakefield L H FINNELL DR KELLEYS office and residence Is at 269 West Eighth street Cincinnati and where he may be found every day of each week except SATUR Â¬ It reduced prices from 10 to 20 per cent ONE CAR LOAD OF PRESENTS Choate Large line of ladies Rochester and Cincinnati fine shoes at Meagher s PLAimTG MUX -- Has already arrived from New York for the Racket Store It con- Â¬ from a monkey on a stick to a piano tained every thing Dont fail to see the largest display of New Imported Holiday Goods that will be on exhibition on about December 5th at the 6 tf Marshalls AND if HOGSHEAD FACTORY tre throat diphtheria Wear our shoes and doctors bills Wet feet and be saved 6 tf RACKET STORE Nov 31m Sffl- Meagher Marshalls PURCHASED THE PLANING MILL HAVINGtobacco hogshead factory of Messrs Congleton Bros I am prepared to furnish SHINGLES DOORS SASH TURNED BLINDS WORK FRAMES STAIR WORK AND ALL KINDS OF T Parrent of Bridge port brought to this office on Tuesday the largest home grown head of cabbage we have seen in Mr Z CrO TO- - Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Worlds Fair Highest Award w s TV4wL a around It was of the Flat Dutch Lamb and one Jersey Bull variety sweet and finely flavored Calf S BLACK It was large enough to furnish Silver Lake Farm several dishes for our table Oct 274k home Taylor you should have of the HUGH R AYEHS 602 Cross St Frankfort Ky Nov l 4t seen her smile It would have done your heart good She has been feasting on it ever since and returns numerous thanks Mr Lid Hawkins of the same I have a few flue young1 Berkshire Boars and gilts neighborhood also brought us a now ready for use Can sell mammoth turnip raised by him- Â¬ them singly or in pairs Also self which measured two feet one fine large Ootswold Buck and MISS LUCT PATTIE Nov 10 lm if there is anything that Mrs Roundabout does love and which brings out the German in her composition more strongly than anything else it is cabbage and WITH IM A FARM OF ABOUTon50 ACRES Creek part provements lying the Glens when we took that great big head pike three miles from the city being a tarn a long time and is a wonderful production for the dry season we have had It measured three UP AS A STRAY BY THE UNDER feet around weighed seven pounds TAKEN near Farmdale Franklin county one red heifer with a little white under her stomach and Was as solid as-- a brick Now The owner will please call prove property and Stray Notice charges Finish For a Sou as well as tobacco hogsheads Factory one and 0 half blocks from Post Office on river front A share of publlo patronage Is solicited JOHN DRISCOLL LIQU011 MBUCHMT For absolutely pure Whiskies Wines Bran Â¬ dies c for medicinal and family use Anderson Co Whisky 2 Four-year-o- ld 7 ft CHOATE Sept 2 1 v FINNELL pay pasturage For Sale m Cedar Posts I have for sale 2000 A No 1 CEDAR POSTS For further particulars apply to me on my premises T N Arnold per gallon old Woodson farm For terms address Older goods at the same low rate 235 Broadway May 26 em Opposite Capitol Square- - m mm m Feb 2 tf FOR RENT on Versailles turnnlke The farm contains 60 acres and Is well set in grass and suited for dairy purposes Possession given on November 1st 1894 For terms apply to FARM LATELY OCCUPIED BY A W Cromwell one half mile east of Frankfort YOU WILL REALIZE THAT THEY LIVE WELL WHO LIVE CLEANLY IF YOU USE Augll tf WM CROMWELL y JBwHUpr MATA9r j - j Mkjam A iiMiiiiv w SAPOLIO ws- Yv i m I - Dec 16 1 T - - in -- aLiV WFK yv I HVs i 41 GARLAND OAKS the oasrnLrz clajk t- sf With Perfect Ash Pan CALL AND SEE THEM a FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT NOVEMBER 10 1894 1 - fc w JOHN T To Texas Crescent Route The Queen Texas on Octo will sell tickets to ber 23d and November 6th at one fare for the round trip plus 2 tickets on sale from stations Cincinnati to Meridian inclusive exGood to return cept Gasden twenty days from date of sale Choice of routes via New Orleans or via Shreveport Solid vestibuled trains to New Orleans Short line and quick time Ask agents for particulars or ad- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BUCKLEY - Trffi IiOUISVIIilE TOBACCO KET MAR Â¬ YOU WANTTO To Through the fields the brooklets playing Murmur gently as they flow Canst thou tell what they are saying Whispered words of peace or woe And the hills and meadows ringing Wlthithe song of merry birds Thou hast listened to their singing Hast thou put the notes to words At the dawn the roses drinking Nectar from the sparkling dew Hast thou passed them by unthinking Have they ever spoke to you And the day In splendor breaking Tes there secrets thou canst prove All the world Is dally speaking If thy heart is filled with Love FURNISHED BY GLOVER tc DURRETT LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Assaulted by a Brute Mr Mack Blaney of this city who is a student of Centre College Danville attended the game nf foot ball between the Centre Col- Â¬ lege team and Louisville Athletic Club in Louisville Saturday A row occurred among the players when the crowd rushed on the Mack went along and grounds f course yelled for his side when a big fellow by the name of Perdue one of the Louisville players who had been hurt and put out of the game singled him out and ordered him off the field Mac told him to put him off when the fellow struck him and Mack whacked him over the hSad with his cane until he broke the The pitty is he did not stick break the brutes head instead as he is nothing but a boy and the attack on him was cowardly this date amount to 142911 hhds The sales on our market this week nave been small and there is no ma disclosing too much UPHOL Â¬ terial chance to note in prices for Our any grade Sales of new burley this STERED FURNITURE years crop on our market amount to 26 hhds the highest price this far realized being 1175 per hundred We will offer ar dress The recent rains will no doubt result P A Summer- - in increased offerings of the new J N Rush T crop the coming week We change ville Ga McGregor T P A BirÂ¬ quotations on some grades fairly rep Â¬ J R Tbe following quotations mingham Ala resent our market for burley to- Â¬ Every piece of Upholstered Furniture in our stock consisting of Parlor A J Lytle D P A Chatta- Â¬ bacco 1893 crop c Trash dark or damage d Come while Suits Rockers Easy Chairs Sofas nooga Tenn 3 00 2 00 tobacco the assortment is unbroken Â¬ CincinD P W Â¬ Sales on our market for the week just elosed amount to 1412 hhds with receipts for the same period of 465 hhds Sales on oar market since Jan Â¬ uary 1st amount to 145004 hhds Sales of the crop of 1893 on our market to get insronsr THIS OFFER K inventory RRDUGED PRIGE8 R ROGERS until further notice greatlv Chas t nati O Zell A Common Oolory trash 3 00 Medium to good colory 4 00 a I Common lugs not colory 3 50 4 50 Common Colory lugs outing excursion via Medium to good colory 6 00 Autumn lugs Crescent Sunday Common to medium leaf 6 50 the Queen 8 50 November 18th Only 1 to Cin- Â¬ Medium to good leaf 14 00 Good to fine leaf Ask agent cinnati and return Queen Crescent Route trash 4 00 6 00 4 50 6 00 7 50 8 50 SON -- l m jt - V Harry Wilson the Postmaster at Welshton Florida says he cured a case of diarrhoea of lone standing in six hours with one small bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy What a pleasant surprise that must have been to the 6 tf sufferer Such cures are not unusual remedy In many instances with particu- Â¬ only this or two doses are required See small hand bills for one 1 excirsion C to giva permanant renei it can ai lars of the Q Â¬ When depended to Cincinnati and return Sunday ways bewith water upon pleasant reto is duced it November 18th You cant afford take For sale by Phil Carpenter South Side Druggist to miss it Misses spring heel shoes from the lightest weights to the heaviest grades at Meagher Marshall s I for particulars Selector wrappery 18 00 14 00 18 00 25 00 EaBnBanaBaEBBBBanaEaBanaBa caeafciuiaauuBBKaiuaBauyBaEUEa BaBaBanaEaBaBaEanaRaEannBB BaEaEUEUEaEaEauaBUEaEBUujjiM I B3 rca DONT BUY YOUR ll fia BB-- IWinter Boots ma Shoes era ra Ea Ba Ea Ba Ea na cu Until you look at our stock Ba Bf BB BO Mk vt - Very Brief Gov Pennoyer of Oregon has issued the following Thanksgiving proclamation I hereby appoint the last Thurs- Â¬ day of this month a Thanksgiving In the day of prosperity day be joyful but in the day of adver- Â¬ Ecclesiastes vii sity consider 14 From High Government Authority No authority of greater experience on food products exists than Dr Henry A Mott of New York Dr Motts wide experience as Government Chemist for the Indian Depart- Â¬ Â¬ A Mans Boot for 150 Ba eu Mens First Quality Whole- Ba Ea Ba Ea stock Boot only 200 Ba a Ea na Ba BB A Small Blaze The fire department was called to Fowler and Cross streets early Wednesday morning by a blaze in the roof of the house occupied by Mr J B Polsgrove on Fowler street The fire was extinguished in a few minutes anddid but little damage ment gave him exceptional opportunities to acquaint himself with the qualities and constituent parts of baking powders He understands thoroughly the comparative value of every brand in the market and has from time to time expressed his opinion thereof On a recent careful re examination and analysis he finds R K McCLURE Ea ea Ba Ba uw Ba au Ba au Ba Ba Ea Ba Ea Ba Our Women and Girls Nod ripping Shoes Ba r are the Shoes for mud and school an Ea ua BB LIB BR 13 a BB Ufij Ba SON BB aa BB Ea B Boots Shoes Hats Books Stationery BB Bl Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder superior to all others in strength purity and efficiency Dr Mott writes New York March 20th 1894 I find Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder to be superior to all others for the following reasons 1st It liberates the greatest amount of leavening gas and is consequently more efficient and The ingredients used in its preparation are of the 3 uu ZFKAIfcTISZIFOIRI am BB am BB BaraBaBaBBBaBaBBBaBaraBaBa BueaEUtfuuuHBUunBuc1usj1aufc2cua EaEBBaBaBBBaBaBaBaBBRBRBSH HriUEirtfUkuuuEUHauauuuuuBHBHa un 17 m J 1 At a New Location R H Higdon having closed his barber shop has taken a chair in the shopJof R H Thornton corner of Main and Ann streets wherejhe requests his old Â¬ customers to call and see him A Col purest character 3rd Its keeping qualities are excellent 4th On account of the purity of the materials and their relative proportions Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder must be considered the acme of perfection as regards wholesomeness and efficiency and I say this having in mind certificates I have given several years ago respecting two other baking powders The reasons for the change in my opinion are based on the above facts and the new method adopted to prevent your baking powder from caking and deteriorating in strength Henry A Mott Ph D L L D v 109 WHAT DOES IT MEAN It meant that tha Qneea ami Creiernt Rout la IT milea ihorUrt between Cincinnati ami Lexington V3mile4 ahortet Cincinnati to Bir I on utile ahtrWai ttinahami o mllci ahortcut Cincinnati to New liiin Cincinnati to Chattanooga Atlanta or Jackionvillt Florida 90 M i SOLiD VESTIBULED TRAINS between nil of tho nnye print Throurh Cnr to Vleksour and Mirer duly llnu running lliroiuli inn Cincinnati to Knoxvllla and ort N C Aihml1 Hireit llnu ti Tcxniuiil ilctlro vU Nrw Orleans or I ruui IyiliTlc via Slinveport Aik hxunu about tmir CililVtnU Phcllijrvlie mnl mriinirir iIIim t eiiuueclton U majo ut ttiinKUa with tetlluvl u u lviut tnmtu W C lllNKAItl uatl O ioul Attu C Prolmtlo Candidate trki L P Tarlton is spoken of as a probable candidate to repre Â¬ sent this county in the next Legis- Â¬ rr lature rf fe CUEEN AND CRESCENT RCUTI v i i J t vst tAi UwlU9PBjKMflfMi j 1 r si - ImlmMSuBsMtiteM liiiiimiil amuusmm -- J - - i lKwM67WwfglNzEew m u 4 RELIGIOUS Baptist Church Rov W C Tay lor the pastor will occupy his pulpit to morrow morning at 11 and 700 Â¬ pm Sunday school in the Chapel at 930 A IE Darsie preaches at 11 on The Law of Spiritual Capital and at 730 on Idols in the Heart The Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor meets in the lecture room at 645 Subject How we May Preach Christ Leader Franklin H Miles Sunday school meets at 930 Christian Church Rev George Catholic Church Rev Father W E Qorey the pastor will conduct the services at Church of the Good Shepherd to morrow Low mass at 730 a m High mass 10 a m Vespers at 3 p m Rev R L rector will occupy his McCready the pulpit to morrow at 11 and 730 Episcopal Church The regular services to morrow morn ing at 11 oclock and in the evening at 730 conducted by Rev J Mc dusky Blaney D D the pastor Â¬ i- First Presbyterian Church V Polletc thp pastor will occupy his pulpit to morrow morning at 11 oclock and in the evening at 730 Sunday school meets at 930 a m Epworth League convenes at 7 p m 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 Methodist Church Rev F S Southern Presbyterian Church Thanksgiving Services The regular Thanksgiving services in which the Christian Baptist Metho- Â¬ dist and Southern Presbyterian con- Â¬ gregations will unite will be held this year at the Methodist Church Rev D Clay Lilly of the Southern Presbyterian Church will preach the sermon and the pastors of the other churchs will assist in the services DISAPPEARING The Dreadful Disease Diph theria lias Xearly Tjeft the City Â¬ The diphtheria epidemic which has prevailed here for several is away passing months only two cases yet remain both of which are in South Frank f jrt and are convalescent no new cases have made their appearance in more than a week and there no longer remains cause for the alarm felt by many The country people who have been kept away from town on account of the disease prevailing here can cve to the city with impunity as there is not the slightest danger of their carry ing seeds of the disease home to their little ones The city to day is as heilthy as any place of its size in the country the business part of town has had but two case in it both of which have entirely Â¬ Â¬ recovered the houses in which they occurred have been thorough- Â¬ ly disinfected and our country friends can feel perfectly safe in Come in and coming to see us buy your fall supplies from our merchants and liven up business again Made a Flue Rucc The race Mr McKenzie Todd made for magistrate is certainly a very creditable one considering the fact that he had two candidates in his own party running Â¬ i C It against him and also a campaign in which money and other sinews of war were prominent features ol the opposition His opponent Mr Gaines ma jority according to the official count is 1 1 votes and fully 200 Republican votes were not cast Ic is the common expression among the members of all parties that Mr Todds race was phe This only goes to nominal what a young man can do s low Â¬ when he conducts a campaign in an honorable way Mr Todds friends in both parties are proud of his race and it has caused much comment on our streets Mr Todd will now settle down to the practice of his profession and will shorty open an office in the Todd building near the new bridge He is a graduate of the Law Department University of Michigan and we predict for him a brilliant future in the practice of Both the method and results when his profession Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste and acts Resolutions of Respect gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys At the meeting of Hiram tem effectually dispels colds head Â¬ Lodge No 4 A Y M held aches and fevers and cures habitual of the Thursday evening the commit- Â¬ constipation Syrup kindFigs is pro ever only remedy of its tee heretofore appointed reported iuced pleasing to the taste and ac the following which were unan ceptable to the stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its imously adopted effects prepared only from the most To the Worshipful Mastet War healthy and agreeable substances its dens and Brethren of Hiram many excellent qualities commend it to nil and have made it the most Lodge No 4 remedy known Brethren inasmuch as it has popular of Figs is for sale in 50c Syrup pleased the Great Archetect of the and SI bottles by all leading drug universe in his infinite wisdom and gists Any reliable druggist who mercy to permit the all devour- Â¬ may not have it on hand will pro ing sythe of time to invade our euro it promptly for any one who ranks and cut the brittle thread wishes to try it Do not accept any and launch our beloved brother substitute Lee S Church into eternity there CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SAN FRANCISCO CAL to await our coming be it NEW YORK NY LOUISVILLE Resolved That in his death this Lodge has lost a faithful member and a brother worthy of the name THE NEW F F V LIMITED of a Mason that this Lodge deeply Commencing Sunday May 13th regrets his untimely death and his the F F V Limited will leave brethren mourn and Cincinnati dailv at 1220 noon Resolved That this lodge sym- Â¬ arriving at Washington at 740 a pathize with the bereaved family m Baltimore 900 a m Phila- Â¬ and mourning friends in their delphia 1120 a m and New affliction that in their affliction we York The train will p m are reminded that in the midst consist 140Composite Car Elegant of of life we are in death and from Day Coach with Smoking Com- Â¬ dust we came and to dust we partment Dining Car Pullman Be it further must return Sleeping Cars of the latest and Resolved That we cherish his most improved design arid an memory in our archives that a Observation Car Emphasis is page of our records be dedicated especially placed on the Observa- Â¬ to his memory that these resolu- Â¬ tion Car Built by the Pullman tions be published in our city Company from Chesapeake and papers that a copy thereof be sent Ohio plans the F F V Obserto his family vation Cars serve their purpose B T Farmer better than any others that have Paul Sawyier ever been constructed W T Reading As the F F V Limited is the Committee only train having an Observation Car attached it necessarily fol- Â¬ Notice lows that the Chesapeake and inter- Â¬ All persons who are indebed to Ohio Ry alone has scenery esting enough to demand an Ob- Â¬ the old firm of C E Collins V Limited Bro will please call and settle servation Car The F F is the only train running through either with C E or M A Col- Â¬ from Cincinnati to New York that lins and save cost iO 4t enables the business men to transone day umbrellas For trunks and act business in Cincinnati It is and New York the next valises cheap call on Coast the only train for Jersey City Meagher Marshall resorts which arc reached by the 6tf F F V at dinner time instead of m It is the only in the evening Season of 04 For the train that enables business men to The distilleries in this section transact business in Cincinnati one are beginning operations for the day and reach Washington for is season of 1894 The first mash breakfast the next morning It the most desirable train for New was made at the Old Taylor dis- Â¬ England resorts connections being tillery on Thursday the Cedar made in the Union Depot in Run distillery will commence run- Â¬ Washington with the Colonial ning December 1st and the J N Express running through to Boston Blakemorq house on Thursday which reaches New Haven 410 p p m New London m next the 15th The season will Providence 7 1 5 p m 530 Boston and likely be a very short one as the 830 p m The F F V is the whisky market is very dull only modern train lighted through- Â¬ out with Electricity carrying a jW A McQuire a well known citi Dining Car and an Observation zen of McKay Ohio is of the opinion that there is nothing as good Car for children troubled with colds or The Washington and Atlantic croup as Chamberlains Cough Reme Â¬ Express also an Electric Lighted dy He has UBed it in his family for Â¬ several years with the best results Vestibuled train will ltave Cincinand always keeps a bottle of it nati at 700 p m reaching Washin the house After having la grippe ington 240 p m and Old Point he was himself troubled with a seConnection vere cough He used other remedies Comfort 600 p m without benefit and then concluded is made at Washington with the to try the childrens medicine and to Boston Express or the Limited his delight it soon affected a perma- Â¬ reaching New York rbout 900 nent cure 25 and 50 cent bottles for At Norfolk connection is sale by Phil Carpenter South Side p m Druggist made with the Old Dominion Steamship Line reaching New Mens boys and youths winter York 300 p m the next day boots low down at Meagher Marshalls Home Seekers Excursions 6 tf Nov 6th and Dec 4th the Dyspepsia Midland will sell tickets to points Isnt pleasant nor is it necessary in the South and Southwest at Dr Hales Household Tea will cure it We have a great many testimo very cheap rates See agent for nials from people who say ithasabso further information lutely cured them It is pleasant to take and cost only 25c and 50o a All the latest styles in soft and package at P H Carpenters drug b store stiff hats at Meagfr Marshalls Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder L 13 MARSHALL W A GAINES L 6 MARSHALL ft CO Real Estate and Insurance Ags Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a share of the insurance patronage Real estate bought sold or leased A good line of both city and country property for sale at all times Waaaak nraaBaaaB OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET FARM FOR SALE OFFER FOR SALE A FINE FARM OF acres sltunted on tbe He rgetown turn Â¬ pike 8 miles from Frankfort very pro Â¬ This ductive land Is well Improved abundantly sup Â¬ plied with water and Is especially adHpted to stork raisin Tbe neighborhood Is excellent churches and schools convenient and nil sur- Â¬ roundings attractive oke bxjoys WE Â¬ RARhlFN P1RU 0F seven acres with UHI1UII1 miMI new trarae cottage of four rooms and nil other iiecesnry mprovements Iocat d on good turnpike road two miles from Frankfort Is offered for sale This Is very desirable property FORJ5ALE rP Â¬ 260 ACRE FARM offered for sale 0F GOOD LAND WITH 1 3ft A Vil kVi modern irapruvemenis s Vr miles from Krankfort Is offered at u bargain Â¬ FINE MND WITH GOOD IMPROVE merits situated near Forks of Elkhorn Is This farm is well adapted to OFFERED IN A NEW TWO STORY FRAME stock raisins or will rafoe fine tobacco as well as ISresidence of seven rooms and two acres of all other crops suited for this climate Will sell land at Thorn Hill This property Is nicely lo Â¬ on easy paymants cated fronting on the Owenton turnpike and will be sold on weekly pa j men s to the right party If not sold immediately will rent at a low figure A GREAT BARGAIN Â¬ IjIRAME COTTAGE OF FOUR ROOMS AT I Hill This property will be sold cheap and on very easy payments only a small cash weekly FOR RENT SrORY FRAME RESIDENCE OF rooms with large grounds ou Murray street South Side TWO A seven payment being required with the balance paid Y BETWEEN adjoin Judge Dranes propeity TAYLOR AVENUE AND THE offered for sale on easy terms These lots are on a good twenty foot street and 3 LOTS FOR SALE is good property and will be sold on easy payments to ttm right party If you are interested come quick COTTAOESOFFOUR TWO FRMETaylor avenue on This ROOMS FOR SALE 210 Lo A FINE FARM OFfrom ACRESis FINELY good cated 8 miles Frankfort on a upon which resia turnpike Â¬ Â¬ road there brick dence of 5 rooms a tenement of four rooms and allother necessary Improvements This land is ONROF THE BEST BUSINESS E3TABLISH In the city consisting of good clean in a high state of cultivation the Improvements are In fine condition and in order to make a stock of gooJs and a well established profttablo trade This Is a fine opportunity for a man with quick sale will be offered at a bargain capital FORSALE Vy FOR SALE FOR SAJLEl FRAME RESIDENCE OF6RO0MS TWO STORYstreet with lot 63 by 106 feet This TWO STORY BRICK RESIDENCE OF 8 ROOMS 14 acres of land in Bridgeport Lewis This Is very valuable property Is good property and Is offered at a bargain yyit Â¬ L B MARSHALL 5 CO 3 M qjin finnjinirrmnjxruTJinjiJiriJuuinjinnnjx STOVES i iwjuuinrLnjuuinnnnnn 3 Â¬ Tinware rruTruxixruinjxruTruiaruuannnju lEHM3HHE- - 5 4 Ml Mantels and Grates innjuinjirmaaruxrtnnnnruuxruiiTr JE2 -- H AJSsriT STSEET -- thru uuuiruirmsuuuuisuiruinrisuvruirui J h Â¬ GROCERIES Why pay old Â¬ prices for old goods when you can get new goods at lower prices Â¬ WE HAVE EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT Buckwheat Flour Maple Syrup Breakfast Gems Rolled Oats 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 of Granulated Sugar 1 Corn per Can 45 cents Good Salmon per Can Coffee 325 Tomatoes per Can J E M Flour per Barrel 19 Pounds 2 packages Hi cents 10 cents 8 J cents Â¬ EVERYTHING ELSE IN PROPORTION JAS HEENEY SOUTH SIDE GROCER Oct 27 2in A Pure Qrap Cream ol Tartar Powder J jfcftfltita immmmmmw BT m PMBBWWMBWBBWWBWMMBBBIPWBBBBMWiWBBIBBMMMBMMBMBMMBBBBMMMIMBMlWBBBBMW Politics Amidst the changts of poll tics and the disappointments of political ambitions it is gratifying to know that the sun still shines provided it isnt a- cloudy day Vhy should man vex his soul over the hhadovvy ephemera of office Dont we all know that politicians will lie and cheat and steal if it is necessary to win That is if they cant get into office any other way Dont understand us to say that all for c politicians will lie cheit that would be unfair and too broad but generally mostly on the wnole a politician that is in a tight place will wink at acts that in business life he would call by bad names VV haVe known good men church members men that would not tale advantage of you in a trade for all the earth tell white lies to benefit some political party It is sad to which they belong that this is so but is so and mores the pity In the general upheaval of politics this is a good time to confess sins and promise to do better The defeated are in a pen- itent mood and the successful are softened and ready to forgive and Cant all come together forget a common ground and be on ready to drive the money changers from the temple of liberty and introduce honesty and uprightness as the best incentives of action Let us try c his low wheeled vehicle who can THE BIG FOUR ROUTE Has the Host Terminal Facili Â¬ ties at Chicago All trains enter Chicago on tho Illi Â¬ nois Central tracks along six miles of the Lake Front through the most CALL ON i the time when Mr Swigerts house got very hot but why repeat the things that bring back to us the dear delightful precious memories of the good old times and good people gone beyond recall We cant live life over but once The Frankfort of the past is beyond mortal touch except as we wipe off the dust and bring the old pictures once more to the light ignore M A COLLINS FOR BARGAINS IN- - no DO era HE4 i a More than a hundred souls who gave to its light Frankfort and life twenty years ago are now resting in the shade on the other Twenty side of the dark river Tkt Agt years hence the men of to day will D B MAUTIN Genl Pass Big Four Route Cincinnati O have followed them picturesque portion of the city and land passengers in the magnificent New Central Station on Twelfth street and Lake Front This station is con Â¬ venient to the Auditorium Richelieu Victoria and Leland Hotels and with Â¬ Oils in two blocks of the State and Wabash Street Cable Lines and the South Side Elevated Railway Con venient stops are also made at Hyde Park Thirty Ninth Btreec and Twenty Will save you money on Guns and Ammunition Iron Blacksmiths Second street Stations Material Steel Roofing Lime Cement Piaster Flue and Magnificent Vestibuled Trains Sewer Pipe Weather Strips Coal Hods Cutlery etc Parlor Cars Wagner Sleeping Oars SleepPrivate Compartment Buffet ing Cars and Superb Dining Oars No STREETS transfer across Cincinnati to make CORNER MAIN AND LEWIS Nov 10 ly connections Your ticket should read via the Big Four Route to enjoy these privileges E OMcCoiimick Pass Traffic Mgr Hardware Harness Paints Wall Paper Glass XI Â¬ W McKEE HARDIE DRUGGIST The Queen and Crescent Route The glimpses of better times of days when labor will have its re Â¬ ward and capital get a chance for in vestmentare coming to us through the rifted clouds of depression The light cant break on the coun- Â¬ try any too soon Invites inquiries in regard to Sum Â¬ mer ResortB on its line in the pictur esque mountains of Kentucky Tennessee and Alabama The line passes near the famous battle fields at Mill Springs Mission Ridge Chickamauga and Lookout Mountain They are surrounded by charming summer resting places at Burnside Cumberland Falls High Bridge Rugby Rhea Springs Lookout Moun Â¬ tain Springville Alabama and other points Low railroad rates Charming mountain homes Perfect rest and Â¬ Â¬ HALLS OLD STAND FRANKFORT KY We keep a full line of DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES And cordially ask our friends to give us a call Advertised Letters at FranJcfort Kentucky W McKEE Jan 21 lt HARDIE C L GAYLB Below will be found a list of adver Â¬ quiet We invite correspondence cheer Â¬ tised letters for the week ending fully giving the information desired Nov 11 1894 for the purpose of having you arrange Anderson Martha Lewis Bettie to spend your summer recreation on Laceflold Frances our line Botts Miria M Bell Noat W 0 Rinearson G P A Burs Mrs S J Lewis Luoy Cincinnati Ohio Brown Miss Mary Luskett James Burkhardt Geo Lancaster Mrs A Ointment Dr W Beasly Harriett Burns Caroline Ciutcher Lewis Carr J W Corbin J W THE ROUNDABOUT Jameson Mrs S Judson Abbie Kelly P J Ketner A L Long Mrs Leroy Hales Household JoneB Miss Lizzie just now Dean Mrs Lucy Reeves J F Edwards Mrs C Robinson Mrs Field Mrs M Jennie May Roberts Mrs M Gibson Miss Ger- - A tie Richards Mrs Getty Wm Anna Greenup W B Steel Henry Green Thos Triplett Mrs A M Gavin Thos and spears could be suppressed Goins Mrs Mary Todd 0 B True Sarah 0 for one more year everyone could Goins Daniel Hood Mamie Thomas R W 2 get fish as a prime article of food Horn W W Vernons Robert Willson Mrs Billie It is a delicious delicate dainty Hawkins Mrs Violin Washington Mrs appetizer and a fine brain supply Hawkins Mrs Charlie Cora Young Jordon of souls need more brains Lots When calling for these letters say The fishing season is rapidly The dull drawing to a close cold raw days of November are at hand and down under the rocks and in the deep holes the bronzed back bass are making their winter beds Never before have so many and so handsome fish been caught in Elkhorn and Kentucky river as this fall If the nets seines traps Mandy Colling Wm Downard Olar- - Orutcher Walter MorriB Wm Ourdly Charles Muker W M D Carpenter Mrs Masters Miss Ber- Penra Amelia tha ence Rothman J C Rumer America It cures Neuralgia and Rheumatism Cures Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum in the most soothing manner Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Can be Cures Coughs and Colds taken internally A positive specific for pneumonia Cuts Bruises Burns Chilblains Sores of long standing Corns and BunionB are cured quickly different from all else superior to all else it has no equal 25 and 50c boxes Large size cheapest Sold at P H 8 Carpenters drug store It absolutely cures catarrh Times are hard and shoes are cheap at Is the finest remedy in the world THE PEOPLES PAPER Everybody takes it Everybody reads Subscription Only Meagher Marshall it i Will Sell Three lots at Thorn Hill all ad- Â¬ joining for i so cash or will sell them separately at 55 each F H Mokse Roundabout Office Miles Nerve and Liver Pills advertised S B Holmes P M 1 Per Year Diphtheria appears to be oh the decrease now in the city It has in some households done sad work and caused fear and apprehension in others What diphtheria is and what its unmistakable symptoms perhaps the doctors can tell We Colds tonsiletis dont know laryngetis and other throat affec tions all concentrate into diph- Â¬ theria when the latter is epidemic Whats the difference if the trouble is cured or proves fatal A rose by any other name smells as sweet Catarrh Cant be Cured Vlth local applications as they can iot reach the seat of the disease Catarrh is a blood or constitutional disease and in order to cure it you have to take internal remedies Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and ants directly on the blood andmu jous surfaces It was perscribed by one of the best physicians in this country for years and is a regular It is composed of the CitHcription combined with the beut blood purifiers acting directly on the mucouB surface The perfect o mbination of the two ingredients is what produces such wonderful rd ults in curing catarrh Send for Acton a new principle regulating the liver stomach and bowels though the nerves A new discovery Dr Miles Pills speedily cure biliousness bad taste torpid liver piles constipa Â¬ tion Splendid for men wom9n and children Smallest mildest surest 60 doses for 25 cents Samples free at J W Gayles Frankfort Ky 45 ly Our Job Department Xs Dont Tobacco Spit or Smoke Tour Ijife Away t J OHEENEY CO Toledo iQTSold by druggists 75 cents te imoaials O eliminates nicotine poison makes weak men Positive cure caln strenuth weight and vlcor or mo ey refunded Book at druggists or mailed tree Address Randolph The sterling Remedy o Chlcigo Oct 0 1 j S New York 10 Spruce St Thettuthfut startltnir title of brolc nbout the only harmless ciuauanteku cure If you want to quit and cant use No to bnc Brace up nlcotliilzttl nenes 11 tobacco-habit on of the best in tnt State and f art prepared to tun f out on ibort notice A The cnliest place to find childrens shoes in all styles at lowest As the leaves fade and fall and prices the wind comes soughing and sighMeaghek The incessant wasting of a Marshall ing through the trees it brings to consumptive can only be over- Â¬ 6 tf come by a powerful concentrated memory the days agone when The Lexington Fall Races nourishment like Scotts Emul- Â¬ footsteps sounded on the streets sion If this wasting is checked of Frankfort that long ago ceased Meeting will be held November and the system is supplied with Who doesnt re- Â¬ 1 2th to 19th to be heard strength to combat the disease Crescent Route there is hope of recovery The Queen Col Rennick and his member is the short and direct line to I ex cane who doesnt remember Uncle ington daily trains from Cin- Â¬ Nels Alley and his sneeze who cinnati 4Free Parlor Cars One doesnt remember Dr Mills and and one third fare for round trip his nervous laugh who forgets from Cincinnati and stations in Uncle Billy Gray and his tooth Kentucky every day of races good 4 till November 2 1st to return pick who cant remember Dick Be sure you get ticket via the of Cod liver OiIwith Hypophos Tate and his jokes who forgets Q phites does more to cure Con- Â¬ C Tom Heffner and his butter milk Chas W Zell D P A Cin O sumption than any other known remedy It is for all and onions who can wipe out W C Rinearson G P A Cin0 Throat and Lungs Coughs Affections of Colds Bron chltls and Wasting- Pmthntrt Uncle Johnnie Baltzell and hi cane Go to Cincinnati Sunday the ScottSowneN Y AIIDrugglttt 60c and fl what fisherman cant recall Uncle 18th Autumn outing excursion Jack Bibb and his frog bait who only 1 round trip via Q C dare forget the passenger on pass Our shoes are way up and our ing train that couldnt wait till prices are way down Come and FIVE TON FAIRBANK S0ALK GOOD Uncle Wm Callery went down in see A com tiou together with the bouseINover tbe same and xtoc pen connected thereto For the cellar to get him a drink who terms apply to Meagher Marshalls SOUTH TRIMBLK 6 tf forgets Uncle Jno Henderson and oct27 lm Forks of Elkhorn Ky Â¬ Consumption Â¬ o -- fl a VY hT0M Scotts Emulsion - - tvV mtiu mm IIS FOR SALE All work promptly executed and J satisfaction guaranteed 1 V mvwmmm 11 - -- MmmumTfflmmmYnmffii--r umuwdmmz mmmmwmsKKMmwKr smasinHNL MtrrjrvWLJ3rmrvvr irrmAniJZjvimAMrimmrmBU nAirw k twnjiAi imrags - -- - - - cr m n i wisuiMuxi v4aaHiHnHHTHiMy4iHawaMLV 3TVr J Twrya ni - v j IT BEGINS To dawn on the minds of the people that we are doing business on the true busi ness plan We not only CLAIM to sell CLOTHING TT SHOES t and i HATS 4 Cheaper than aubody else but WE DO SELL THEM CHEAPER and when BLJi WmJ Mm M MMLMIm km CZ Jk Make a statement in a newspaper about the price and quality of their goods you can bet your eagle birds that it will be just that way when you come to buy amine these prices and then examine our stock and convince yourself T S Childrens Suits about this Boys 4 to 25 LOOK 1 BbBSBBBBBBDB QBBJBBjBBHSEHl to 650 for ages 4 to 15 years If you are older then how Long Pants Suits 275 to 15 for 13 to 19 years Mens Suits hi THIS 12 to NOW IF YOU NEED A first clas Overcoat and have but little cash this is your chance We have a large lot of last seasons Shorter than regular style at 4 to 15 that sold for and see for youself s BBBBBBBBBBBB I BBBBBBBBBDBi 30 last season Come CRUTCHER Rose Coghlan Â¬ STARKS Kit u Sardou better than Diplomacy Musical Reception N TIME TABLE L Dandruff Kills or 7 A Scrap of Paper yet they A M A M P M PM SOUTH That sterling combination of have added nothing to his fame as The next Musical Reception the Hair No 17 Nol9 No 21 NoM of players known as the Coghlan a dramatist has will be given at the residence Diplomacy Lv Lexington 845 IM 616 JTSIUMrOKliDSOlOTELt Ynrnallton 9K1 Company will begin an engage- Â¬ enjoyed a long life It was first Mrs Mary R Haff corner of 212 686 Midway 917 227 DM Â¬ Shelby arid Todd streets on MonÂ¬ Spring Station 935 236 64 ment at the Opera House Satur- produced in Paris under the title Frankfort 950 550 800 7 at day evening next for the benefit Bagdad 10 23 617 883 7fl day Nov 17 presenting here for of Dora The American rights of Ascension Church The price Pleasurevllle 1038 634 BUFF 349 HOI 1044 641 Eminence 367 80S the first time their production of were purchased by Mr Lester of admission will be only twenty Lagrange 1115 707 425 Pewee Valley 1135 733 448 8 Sardous brilliant comedy Di- Wallack and produced by him five cents and there should be a Anchorage 1144 745 456 Ar Louisville 1219 812 520 Miss Rose Coghlan at his theatre in New York City large attendance plomacy deserves the success she has on which occasion Miss Rose For a pain in the side or chest A M P M P M PM NORTH achieved by her revival of this Coghlan created in this country there isnothing so good as a piece of No 18 No 20 No 22 No 24 flannel dampened with Chamberlains play which has possibly never had the part of the Countess Zicka Pain Balm and bound over the seat of CLEMS THE Lr Louisville 735 410 620 8M Anchorage and perraa- 811 433 654 4 OB a more artistic representation with which she has ever since pain It affordslr promptin ume win SNIP MD Ptwee Vallny 824 448 7 05 419 usea nent reiier ana Ell Lngrange 850 615 733 Am Each and every character is en- Â¬ been identified Revivals of often prevent a cold from resulting Emlnnce 926 542 78 4M LIVENS THE Pleasurevllle pneumonia IUI 983 550 806 466 trusted to an actor or actress of Diplomacy have been numer- Â¬ in a sure cure forThis same treatment Bagdad 949 6 05 825 5K lame back For sale is 1020 635 865 5 Frankfort recognized ability and in conse- Â¬ ous but none of them have been by Phil Oarpenner South Side For Sale by All Spring Station 1045 920 550 Midway 1065 929 M quence a perfect performance may accorded the favor bestowed upon Druggist Yarnallton 1111 946 621 Ar Lexington 10 K 1130 048 Bruists Lost A gold- bracelet some feb 10 ly be looked for An exchange says the Coghlan Companys produc TIUDEMAKK No 24 will stop at Anchorage and Diplomacy is in many respects tion Miss Coghlans portrayal of where between Christian Church at Forks of Elkhornand Mr Harry jOST IN QUANTITY Ohristiausburg BEST IN QUALI1 passengers fbr for the strongest of Sardous works the subtle crafty and cunning Shaws place on the Versailles Lexington and points beyond Nor 17 19 and 21 oonneot at Lagrange It combines all the qualities which Russian adventuress has gained pike The name Sallie is enfor Cincinnati Nos 19 and 21 connect in a thoroughly suc- her much applause are essential In all the graved on lock A liberal reward i Anohorafire for Bloomfleld Branch cessful play ingenuity of plot cities where she has appearad in will be paid for its return to this 10 it simplicity and yet effectiveness of the past the critics claim it is her office WHITES CREM construction diversity of action greatest characterization sequence and conseqence in inciJoKiuh Allens Wife dental and episodical illustration FOR 20 YEARS The famous authoress of uMy Opin Has led all WORM Remedies possibility and plausibility indi- Â¬ ions and Betsy Bobbetts states The Direct and Popular Line to EVERYONE EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED that she owes her freedom from colds vidualization of character much OLD BY AM DBVfifiUTa and general good health during the Fm KICTUKDBOn ISO ICINK CO ST LOCI8 human sympathy and sustained winter season to the use of Dr Hales Household Ointment which she re In the very cards as the greatest medicine of the dramatic interest May 12 ly 1 00 ininuliited Sugar first scene of the play the thread age Old Dr Hale having been her Arbuckle Lion and 20 pounds 46 XXXX Coffee 2 packages physician years ago gives her great 3 20 Flour of the story is taken up and it is confidence in all of Dr Hales House Â¬ Bast FittentLard 11 per burrel 1 00 pounds Bent Leaf And all Points NORTH and WEST Meat ner never dropped until the final cur- Â¬ hold remedies the beat in the world Best Side Heat poundpound per Best d Common Green Tea per pound Sold bv PH Carpenter differs Diplomacy tain falls iood Green Tea per pound Vestibuled Trains per BUCK EYE For school books and school Good jGreen Coffeecans pound considerably from Sardous later 3 iiest omaioes Dining Oar Services 10 Best Fire proof OH per gallon plays When he wrote this fine supplies call at Jll mm mi 61 KiH w V - 3t Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Hard Times Boys WORMS vermifuge take the MONON ROUTE Â¬ Look For the Best CHICAGO Palace Chair Cars Pulman Buffet Sleepers TABLERsnii n rilllj C0IT comedy he had no actress or playhouse in view and in consequence his characters are constructed on There is no the lines of truth centralization of situation or dialogue each and every part being Fedora complete in itself La Tosca and Theodora Cleopstra are one part playsand doubt they have paid Mr Â¬ Â¬ Meagher 6 tf Marshalls Everything Else ii Froportioo OINTMENT October 26th to November 10th the Midland will sell tickets to E Cincinnati and return at 375 on 641 Corner Cross and account of the Oakley races rent CORES NOTHING BUT PILES A I GARMEB Murray BEST REMEDY for PILES Frninaby BHIAIBIOft tURC and CERTAIN CURE known for IB years tha And Only First Ciasss Accommodations For Further Information Address S L Bryan C For Rent 322 Pleasant rooms for Steele street South R sou BTTsKvooiaTa MID MOTS P A WCmUM OR Cash Only Buys Not 8 - -- May 12 ly LOUISVILLE KY Â¬ i I Side Mrs 51 tf Walter Franklin lm - - These Goods Job work neatly exe cuted at this office Jas Barker G P A Chicago 111 i mmr ww vrauasBH 1 rrJv