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WJWMffitftSuEaaj rmWsi -- - mmmmmm I j4 c Tke J iSci Frankfort Bofndabout A WEEKLY PAPERS DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS GEO A LEWIS Publisher 100 In Advance NO 11 H VOL XVIII FKANKFOBT KY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 17 1894 lt08C Coglllllll H - h Hurr ir fftzwwwwWW dwiiiiMMSMmra A notable dramatic organization the Coghlan company comes to the Opera House to night when Sardous famous comedy Diplomacy will be given a Â¬ JJARJSTEIJJ Cold 1 If 1 pH A pound of the Royal Baking Powder will raise more flour and make it into purer food than a pound of any other baking powder Iff L s fa Q rafr s superb representation Among the leading players in this company are Miss Rose Coghlan Mr Frederick de Belleville Mr John T Sullivan Mr J W Shannon Cecil M Yorke Mr Benton Thorpe Mr Franklin Roberts Mr Edwin James and the Misses Maxine Elliott Hattie Russell Marion Earle and Blanche Benton The story of Diplomacy Â¬ Is Hm NOW GotoHeadquarters Your tsffr it I Of Ik Hf 4ft 4 My analyses show that of all the powders tested the Royal is the richest and purest yielding the largest amount of leavening gas The Royal contains nefcher lime ammonia A A nor alum 7 g 3 Is f li pWI H SS 4ft ft Jig Prof of Chemistry yy w ti 8 Kentucky School of Medicine Good health lies In the use of the Royal Baking Powder only ROYAL A ife jStfWifi fffl A TWENTY THOUSAND DOIi LA1 DTjAZE - BAKING POWDER CO 106 WALL ST NEW YORK iWWWWWWWWWWWWWWwi wooden screen which stood beside the sanding machine and a door and door frame in the second story were badly charred but the greatest damage was done by water Everything was straightened up and the factory running again Wednesday with its full force of thirty hands Â¬ poration has the contract to take the output of the chair factory in jthe prison and their loss is about ticctfon One of the Penitentiary 5I2O0O with 8500 insurance ifWarehouse Filled With The fire was not entirely exChairs Burned tinguished until about 3 oclock in An alaim of fire came in from the afternoon W box 24 about 1030 Monday CIIAIIt FACTORY BLAZE j morning which was caused by the burning of a portion of the large The Capital City Chair Compa- nvV Plant Damaged by three story brick warehouse just f Fire across High street from the Ken Monday and Tuesday were bad tucky Penitentiary v days for the chair manufactures One of the convicts employed V2 in the warehouse went up into the of the city for following close itJ building for some purpose carry- Â¬ upon the disasterous fire on Moning a lantern which exploded in day in the penitentiary warehouse lUf his hand setting fire to a Jot of which was filled with chairs came paper which was being used to a blaze in the Capital City Chair wrap chairs for shipment and in a Factory which is located in part minute the flames communicated of the old Cotton Factory building to the stacks of chairs which be- Â¬ at the foot of Wilkinson street ing ncwlv varnished binned like Just before quitting time in that tinder The firemen worked hard establishment on Monday afterand had the assistance of quite a noon it was discovered that the number of convicts but could do washer between a tight and loose no more than confine the flames pully just over the sanding mato the section of the warehouse in chine had worn out and the two The smoke pullys rubbing together while the which it started vA doors and win- machinery was in operation caused poured out of the dows in such a dense black mass a stream of sparks to fly from tliafit was almost impossible for them It was thought the trouble pv the men holding the nozzles to was remedied before the hands stand at an opening for any length left the factory for the night and M of time When the roof ell in it there was no further danger but carried down with it about one about three oclock Tuesday morn half of the south wall of the build- ing the watchman on the premises ing Ferrill one of the convicts discovered the floor under where helping the fire department was the sanding machine sits was on standing upon a ladder holding a fire and it is supposed a spark nozzle when some one below be- dropped from the pulleys to the gan to pull at the hose which floor and set fire to the sawdust caused him to lose his footing and which smouldered until just before f fall upon a pile of brick breaking being discovered The watchman M0 one of his thumbs1 at once turned in an alarm which The building burned was the brought the fire department to the property of the State and was scene and the flames were extin- worth about Sood and was in guished before any great damage Holes were burned in sured for 5000 but the chairs was done Â¬ stored in it belonged to the Ken the floor where the fire started tucky Chair Company which coi- - and in the floor overhead and a Â¬ r Â¬ - which is generally accepted as FOR Sardous masterpiece is intensely interesting from beginning to end and contains all those qualities necessary to make a great play There is an ingenious plot To fit any size child man or woman Blankets Complenty of action brilliant con- forts Woolen struction and many admirably drawn characters It is upon HaoCa nnA nnnn fll uponUOID1Jvluatt5niU Diplomacy and not Theodora Fedora or CleoALL SIZES patra that Sardous fame as a dramatist rests The production that Miss Coghlan is giving of this superb comedy has never been White grey and red all wool surpassed and lovers of refined Flannels all wool Skirts stage art are assured what is adShawls mitted being an ideal representa- Â¬ Miss Coglan will appear as tion Countess Zicka of which she is the original in this country m nrVos evttrv derrntinn Frederick de Belleville as Henry are the lowest and variety the largest in Frankfort Every Beauclere John T Sullivan as article guaranteed in W Shannon Julien Beauclere J price and quality as the Baron Stein his original part Cecil M Yorke as Count Orloff Miss Maxine Elliott as Dora Miss Hattie Russell as the Marquise and Miss Blanche Ben ton as Lady Henry Underwear Â¬ Jmm x vV Â¬ MOD Flannels Â¬ And Dress Goods Â¬ HRFITSTEIHS R Win II Wheeler A prominent contractor and builder of Adams N Y was a great smoker for years He liked his cigar but did not like the serious throat trouble that began to come upon him in the abape of a bunch or growth As he expressed it he was afraid he was going to have a Grant throat At this stage he began using Dr Hales Household Ointment applying it directly to the bunch inside his throat several times each dav A few weeks of this treatment entirely cured the bad throat and Mr Wheel- er states that it worked a most won derful cure in his case and that he re gards ur Hales Household Ointment a8 the greateSt medicine of the 19th century It cures all inflammation So inrl nflo hovfls nh P H Carpen- Â¬ Mo 214 St Glair St next door to K yM A Luncheon at Georgetown McClure Judge and Mrs James E Can trill gave an elegant luncheon at their home in Georgetown at 3 oclock Thursday afcernoon in honor of Mrs Luke P Blackburn A special car went up from this city over the Kentucky Midland in wiuni incic wcic iiuuiu iwcmy invited guests among them being 1 1 1 H G MATTERS Plitiiiijktr 114 MAIN S 1 Â¬ Senator and Mrs LinclIsay Major and Mrs L C Norman Mr and Mrs Mr John W Rodman Frank Cliinn and others Rlibi K teus drug store a FRANKFORT Jumped tlie Jail Ike Shields a negro who was serving a sentence of thiitv davs in the county jail having been convicted of stealing and who was allowed by Jailer Williams to come out and do odd jobs about the jail and Courthouse took ad vantage of the liberty thus given to He skip out Tuesday afternoon had seived more than half his time Â¬ Â¬ Business and Professional Directory CONFECTIONER LAWYERS Â¬ fOHN R TODD Manufacturing Confectioner 41 St Clair Street Home maUo Cmulles brulta Nuts and Ice Cream and S0U11 Water In sea 011 Cluars and Tobacco Near now urtdiie WM CROMWELL Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky Will practice In the Alo Real Estate Agent Courts of Franklin and the adjoining counties and will also lve special attention to the pur Â¬ chase and sale ot real estate collection ot rents claims and the negotiation of loans Â¬ Â¬ WJ NEWSDEALER CHINN JR jLii Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky Otllce second Â¬ GUY BARRETT News Dealer and The pleasant flavor gentle action Bookseller and soothing effects of Syrup of 332 Main Street Figs when in used of a laxative Flue Statianer Periodicals ot all kinds Fancy and if the father or mother be ioods costive or bilious the most grati- fying results follow its use so that it is the best family remedy known and every family should have a W B bottle on hand Dr PAINTERS A Child Knjoys Will practice In all State Courts Iloor Custom House DRUGS w II AVERILL Main Street A Druggist opp City Hall CO A jeneral stock ot Drus Flue Stationer a Prescilptlom Cigars and Tobacco speclalt compounded at till hours k Â¬ BRWGEFORD The Painter 10 St Claii Street JNO W R WILLIAMS Druggists 314 Main Slieet Prices Cream Baking Powder Worlds Pair Highest Award WullPaper Paints Oils and Uuss constantly on Prescriptions carefulh and accurately tilled at alt horns A line line of Fancy Toilet Articles hand ft ui A i ammmttrnmir Wtj- - w - AAJ2 win nnmt mir mwifoiimtMmiiHNmm- itiWhraairrrMMffnTmnH nirtfrmrr rr nv W mrimTM PMa BJ vu--b- l irrinmiw ill ip in r fattflA a A i V FQMR tekL- - im nmM Lunmiiiiir mi i r -- mi m n nw - ij jg Jig ft nn rn liiU Men of all political parties are voting for us and they will continue to vote for us They vote that we have ft IN A WALK TVV mat c j Al 1 tar EC uu na tat TiCI nn rn nn E U5 r innrtnnnmuumruxrLruinJimuiiriJirinm I 1 HA AA 4aa aC nAaa MJ fl ftL U6 D6S1 piiiiKij ui Many pun wuiiiiny yiv nc 13 Q ne ISC en a tj Our Goons are lie Best Fitting ua uu uu nn iru na eta rsn nra ezleiis PERSONA HATS FURNISHING GOODS and in fact CLOTHING of all kinds for Men and Bov -- - suits iuhiiihuikh T innnnjirinjinnnnnnjTnrLririnjiinjinji cu rsia R niw j Rn uu n That They All Like to Deal With Us 1 uu - S5 810 up to 820 S7 88 80 -- I I -- T-TC9 13 X sO s TTTP to a 2 8250 83 8350 nn to 815 - II iir - L on U5J HUDSON HUMPHRIES nnrnnsrncarriaBarriiara BnBnBnriaBnrariarnRnnnBarnBaBPBaBsrrnRaBanaBnBnBBBaBnnwBananaEni CASSELL Â¬ nn BE fcU em w - s afr A km month the city McHenry Rhoads was elected H T Stantoto gave a poetical Major deacon to fill the place left vacant FREE TURNPIKES reading at Catlettsburg Thursday by the death of Win French evening An Order Made by the Court of Officers Sunday school U V Rev J McCluBky Blaney spent Claims Providing for Them Mc- Â¬ Williams Superintendent several days in Danville the first of the week Henry Rhoads Assistant Superin- Â¬ The Court of Claims has been in tendent Jno H Stewart Secre- Â¬ Mrs Jas Ely has returned from an extended visit to Cincinnati and session this week and almost the tary Geo Egbert Assistant Sec Covington entire time has been occupied in retary M P Gray Treasurer Mr J Bufurd Hendrick and wife Yesterday left Wednesday for a visit to friends allowing accounts What Lula Saw the question of making the turnin Louioville Miss Rose Crittenden went to Louis- Â¬ pikes of the county free of toll was The following is from the pen of ville Monday to visit her uncle Mr under consideration and an order little Miss Gracia Walton Tilford Logan Murray was passed fixing the allowance the daughter of Mr Mrs J G McLean and children re per mile to be made to turnpikes Robert W Tilford of this city turned Tuesday from a visit to Louis in future and providing that all and appeared in the Childrens De- Â¬ ville and LaGrange Dr John Young Brown of Lake Â¬ pikes hereafter constructed shall partment of the Louisville Times Also that any on Saturday land was in the city Tuesday en be free of toll The little lady will route to Philadelphia road now in some day become an authoress of Hon Grant Green returned Wed existence may be declared free by considerable ability if her genius nesday from a visit to his daughter the stockholders and that upon increases with her years She is in Greenville Mississippi the surrender of its charter the also a musical prodigy being able Miss Elizabeth Pence of Belle point went to Louisville Tuesday to county will assume charge of and to play any tune she hears in a keep the same in repair attend wedding of her cousin few minutes after upon the piano Miss Evelyn Hoge of this county The magistrates composing the or banjo has gone to Denver Cplorado to court were entertain at dinner on Lula said Henry lets go visit her friend Miss Merriam Monday by County Clerk N B into the garden and plav Mrs I N Cardwell of Winchester Smith All right said Lula lets on Tuesday by Jailer came down Wednesday morning to plav tea party Minus Williams on Wednesday visit her sister Mrs S B Holmes Very well said Henry come Dr Carey Blackburn of Louisville by Sheriff R D Armstrong and on on and help take the things out is in the city visiting the family of Thursday by Coroner W S De So the children went out Judge Jos H Lewis on Second honey They took with them such things tsreet as a table two chairs some cups Nervous Prostration Matrimonial Mrs H B Logsdon who has been saucers plates and other things A visiting friends here leaves to day to Henry took these things and Lula werelarge manufacturer whose affairs very much embarrassed and Weitzel Hoover Mr Frank followed with bread and butter who was overworked and broken join her husband at their new home Weitzel and Mrs Nannie Hoover cake lemonade and tea which down with nervous exhaustion went in Illinois Mrs William Cheatham and son of this city were married at the mamma had given them Then to a celebrated specialist He was only thing are courthouse in Shelbyville on Sat- Â¬ then began to play Master Agnew of Louisville Lula was a told that the of care and needed was to be relieved worry and visiting Mrs James Rodman on Wil Â¬ have a of thought urday last November 10th by lady and wore mammas old green tor waschangeconsiderate ofThis doc- Â¬Â¬ more his pa kinson street silk skirt and yellow party slippers tients health and had a red fan and a wreath of circumstances than of his financial Mrs Lucas Brodhead and Miss County Judge W H Tipton He ought to have yellow flowers on her head Henry advised him to use Dr Miles Restor Â¬ Belle Breck of Spring Station came Church Supper was a gentleman and had papas ative Nervine the best remedy for down Thursday to attend the Chry Â¬ nervous prostration sleeplessness Show santhemum The ladies of the Southern coat and hat on and he had a cane dizziness headache ill effects of spir Â¬ too Just as they were retting its tobacco coffee opium o Thou Â¬ Mrs W L Rodman of Louisville Presbyterian Church will give a through with their tea party sands testify to cures Books and is visiting her parents Dr J Q A Stewart and wife at the Stewart supper at Mr Jno R Todds mamma called Henry to go down trial bottles free at J W Gayles 6 confectionery on the 27th Home near Farmdale town for her Times are hard and shoes are Before I go any farther I will Arch Williams of Grant coun Â¬ Mr Dont Buy To morrow tell you how the children looked cheap at ty is visiting Miss Lizzie Yount of Meagher Marshall Benson Ky and also Mr Sidney Lay in your supply to day and Lula had golden hair fair com6 tf Pryor Town is visiting plexion white teeth and beautiful Hulett of Miss Jane Yount of this county give the merchants a chance for a brown eyes Henry had brown Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder They are all popular young people and full days rest to morrow curly hair and brown eyes He Worlds Pair Highest Medal u4 Diploma Â¬ p ten-year-old Madame Rumor is very busy with Churcli Officers Elected their affairs just now Mr Hugh Brent is visiting relatives Hon Jas Andrew Scott and wife At the meeting called for busi- Â¬ at Paris received at their home corner of ness at Baptist Church Wednesday Hon W C Owens spent Thursday Main and Shelby streets last evening evening November 7 1894 the last in this city in honor pf Mrs Mary R Haff following officers were elected to Miss Jennye McDonald is spending Mr Ohas G Richie of Louisville the ween in Louisville County Judge elect of Jefferson serve for the ensuing year Hon Posey D Ball of Henderson county was in the city on Thursday J T Staten Moderator was in the city Thursday on business before the Court of Ap H C Murray Secretary H M Lane of Louisville peals Major J T Colemai Treasurer BeRev R L McCready who has been nevolent spent Saturday last in this city Fund Miss Mary Harrison of Lexington sick and in Louisville for rest and C Gran Graham Assistant recuperation has returned home and is visiting Mrs Sam D Johnson will occupy his pulpit as usual to Â¬ Treasurer Benevolent Fund Hon Wilbur F Browder of Rus Trustees I T West J E sellville was in this city on Tuesday morrow Mrs Chapman Coleman who has Kirtley W S Dehoney W A last Miss Fannie Gray of Louisville is been spending the summer with her Howard a id J E Kershaw visiting friends and relatives in this mother Mrs Mary S Hendrick in Finance Committee Joseph T this city leaves to day to join her city Staten McHenry Rhoads J E husband in Berlin Germany Mrs Clay Hatchitt of Newtown Mr and Mrs Thomas Barbour who Ki tley James Rodman J W is the guest of Col R P Pepper and have been residing here for the past Hughes M P Gray W L family three years returned to their home Grinstead and O B Gayle Mr George F Berry and wife left in Louisville Thursday The bottling Tuesday for a visit to friends in Union establishment of W A Gaines Co Auditing Committee W A county of which Mr Barbour was the Howard J A Violett W H Miss Virginia Brown returned Tues superintendent has been discon- Â¬ Posey and W S Dehoney day from a visit to relatives in Hen Â¬ tinued on account of the dull Ushers J T Staten E E derson trade in the business Mr and Mrs Hoge Bernard Graham Noel Mrs Mary R Half will go to New Barbour have made a host of friends York next week to be gone about a here who will regret their leaving Gaines Harry Bacon Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Midland Changes Time h id tan skin red lips and white teeth The following changes are roted Well to go on with my story Henry started down town and in the Midland time table to take Lula was let alone with the flowers effect Sunday the 18th for company and very good comNo 3 will leave at p m ten pany they were too Lula sat minutes earlier than 4 at present down on the grass and gazed at the There will be a regular Sunday flowers and the flowers seemed to All at once out of train from Georgetown and Cincin- Â¬ stare at her the violet there sprang a little lady nati at 1135 and one from Frank- Â¬ She was draped in purple and yel- fort to Georgetown and Cincinnati low with a girdle that looked like devvdrops And then wonderful at 215 p m It is likely the 4 to tell thejohnny-jump-u- p opened p m train will not connect at C train wide and out hopped a little man Georgetown with the Q all dressed in purple and white for Cincinnati No 7 leaving Then the Lily maiden came out here at 1 oclock noon will carry white and fair and the Rose girl came out au clothed in red Then passengers for Cincinnati arriving the Daisy girl dressed in white there at 6 p m and yellow and the Snowdrop The excursion for Cincinnati maiden dressed in white and green next the Poppy man in dark will leave at 7 a m red and the Hyacinth girl in pink as advertised the Narcissus lady in white and yellow and all the rest came in Advertised Letters at Frankfort Kentucky their beautiful colors When shall we begin to Below will be found a list of adver-Â¬ dance said a large lily tised letters for the week ending Oh lets begin right now Nov 17 1894 said a pretty little bluebell Alexander Mrs Greenup Mrs W All right said a large poppy B 0 F man who was king and had a Brooks Mrs Nel Â¬ Hancock Mr W beautiful rose girl leaning on his son W Howard Geo G arm for she was the queen All Brown Miss Teeny at once from goodness knows Ballard Mr Lewis Howard Mrs Fannie where there came a little piano Banks Laura Hensley Berry Lockins Mrs Two little lily girls took their Black Lena Brown Creace Maggie seats at the piano and then began Beckman Abra Munhues John The poppy man and ham gay times Reid Mrs Eliza lady took their seats on Oonners Henry Thompson Miss the rose Walt Camp a K the throne and then all the others Dupre Mrs Sarah Terrell Mrs began to dance The violet maid Fisn John T Waggener Mrs en and the johnny-jnmp-uW G man Ferguson Mr E S Whipple Mrs danced together and the daisy Gaines Ellen W D girl and the lily man and the White J tulip and the pansy and all the When calling for these letters say rest got their partners S B Holmes P M advertised Then they went to where the children had been planning tea Catarrh Cant be Cured party and began to eat t On the table were ice cream and cake SVith local applications as they can Â¬ not reach made of butterflies eggs fig milk Catarrh is athe seatorof the disease blood constitutional and rose pollen They had currents disease and in order to cure it you and berries for fruit and at the last have to take internal remedies Halls Catarrh Cure taken internally and there were cups of coffee handed acts directly ison the blood and mu around Then they all went to cous surfaces It was perscribed by dancing again Just as they were one of the best physicians in this and is a going to begin to dance someone country for years composed regular of the It is shook Lula by the shoulders and est tonics known combined with the best blood purifiers acting directly Henry s voice said on The perfect Lula wake up I have been c the mucous surface mbination of the two ingredients down town and got some cakes in what produces such wonderful Lula woke and then she knew ra ults in curing catarrh Send for that it was all a dream Lula often teiimonials O F J OHEENEY CO looked around and wondered if fiQTSold by druggists 75 Toledo cents the flower fairies would not come back again but they never did Illustrated Kcntuckian Â¬ Â¬ f Â¬ The November number of the Illustrated Kentuckian contains a page of Flemingsburg beautiesr Thanksgiving story portrait and sketch of Prof Rucker of Georgetown College and contributions from several new writers of note Subscription price 100 a year Single numbers 10 cents Address 38 N Mill street Lexington Ky Â¬ v- - drens shoes prices 6 tf The onliest place to find chil in all styles at lowest Â¬ Meagher Marshall Notice t Â¬ All persons who are indebed to the old firm of C E Collins Bro will please call and settle either with C E or M A Col- lins and save cost io 4t - i1 rri - AMxAvxAtswmiaHasuuMBHr MKLMMn i-i - - v f t - r-ks m j - wizmmMKtrt SfOTStV -- r 7- - i V m it III HODESTJ BINfi M A SELBERT Thats the ring all our rings have and all our business has an honest ring to it Even if your fin gers are gracefully formed and fair to look upon they Should not lack this one thing a ring Â¬ S j m m m tSii JEWELER DEATH CAME Ours are golden beauties lj m m 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 For 50c or well ring his finger with a very neat little band Soft ticking Clocks loud sounding Alarms Silverware etc of Jewelry of the latest most perfect designs and all kinds SUJlENIiY about 3Ir W It Robinson Stricken ut His Desk and Dies in a Few Minutes Mr Willian B Robinson who toad for more than twenty years been clerk and book keeper in the hardware store of Mr D L Haly was sitting at his desk about 430 posting his Tuesday afternoon when suddenly he fell for- Â¬ books ward his head striking the book before him Mr Haly was sitting near reading and the noise at Â¬ tracting his attention he looked up and asked Mr Robinson what was the matter but receiving no reply he went over and raised his head He saw that Mr Robin- Â¬ son was a very ill man and im- Â¬ mediately summoned a physician and sent up stairs for a cot to lay When the cot wis him upon brought Mr Robinson was lifted up and he said to those about I can walk him and told Ben colored cook in the restaurant the to take the stool upon which he He was assisted had be sitting the cot and almost as soon as to he was laid down life became ex Drs James Hume and tinct Keller had all arrived by that time and pronounced the trouble heart disease Mr Robinson was 53 years of age and had spent the most of his life in this city He leaves a widow and three children two of them grown and the other quite i two months ago and suffered a second stroke one day last week the effects of The which caused her death Louisville remains were taken to Monday morning for interment McDaniel Lyman the infant son of Mr N I McDaniel and wife died Monday morning at the home of his parents in Bellepoint after a brief illness with mem- Â¬ braneous croup Westfall Mrs Westfall of Minnesota died suddenly a few days since at the home of her Capt Sam M Gaines in Washington City The deceased was the mother of Mrs Howard Black of this county son-in-law Sandow the Strong Man The great Sandow will make his first appearance in this city at the Opera House Wednesday No vember 2 1st at tne head ot a company which has won distinc- Â¬ It is tion and favor everywhere Vau- Â¬ called the Sandow Trocadero deville and apart from the great athlete himself is composed of artists who have won great reputations in their respective lines Sandow alone is a host and a show His marvelous strength has been the theme of widespread com- Â¬ ment and discussion in Europe and His feats of strength America unparalleled by any human stand being of ancient or modern times while anatomists have declared him to be the most perfectly developed man physically who has Not less astounding ever lived than his feats of strength is the remarkable exhibition of his con trol over his muscles which he gives making the great bunches of muscles in his arms positively dance in rhythmic time to his various movemeni The organization includes The Lucifers grotesques from the principal music halls ot London Tom Browne the eminent double note Eunice whistler Vance the peerless chanteuse Billy Van comedian for several years principal comedian with Mile Margue Primrose West rite beautiful and accomthe plished equilibrist her first apMiss Scot pearance in America tie the clever calculator and card playing collie dog exhibiting the highest animal intelligence ever at Ben Dunham tained late Mario Dunham the premium performer bar of the world Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 5 J XlXn Best Indigo Blue Calico Best Colored Calico Good Canton Flannel Good Bed Ticking Heavy Yard Wide Brown Cotton Yard Wide Bleached Cotton good Good Comfort 2 j4 Yards Wide Sheeting - U ivjnS 4 41 5 cents 4 10 5 5 75 125 This is the lowest price ever made on these goods- A large stock of Dry Goods cheaper than ever known m m m Bark at His Old Stand After traveling over the west looking for a location Mr C E Collins has concluded that Frank- Â¬ fort is a good enough place for him and will settle down here He has purchased the hardware store of Mr G L Hannen on Broadway and thus gets back to the old stand where he was in business for Con is a polite so many years gentleman who has a host clever of friends in this city and county and will do well in his old busiMr Hannen will remove to ness the country and turn his attention to farming Â¬ Â¬ J Oct 6 8 m L RODMAN SON I vi a Black 8c Hursey DEALERS IN i m FINE HARNESS and SADDLES A COMPLETE LINE OF TROTTING and RUNNING HORSE GOODS ALWAYS ON HAND 4 Ri vj Attention Christian Congrega Â¬ tion A full attendance of the memÂ¬ P a mar 10 8 in 232 A TTIST STEEE1 CO v 1 mimic giving life like reproductions of world famous men The as Marvelous Jordan Family tonishing aerial acrobats in inde- Â¬ JasT3XJ3Ruft iTOE3 AGENTS scribable feats and the peerless Sandow in his remarkable acts of strength which have astonished lllrth the world The entire entertain- Â¬ ON MAIN STEET TO Polsgrove In this city on ment is under the personal direcMonday November 12th 1894 tion of Mr F Ziegfeld jr late conductor of the Trocadero Music Deaths to Mr James H Polsgrove and Hall in Chicago Basement nf the Capital Hotel Cardwell Mrs VVm Card wife a daughter Viola we ght Haunted 10 pounds well died Friday of last week at A haunted house lu tuese practical and un They will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a her home in the Farmdale neighromantlc days Is something of a rarity but an short time J Y Fairbanks Individual haunted with the Idea that his all borhood and her funeral took a personage merit is Postmaster at Manknto Neb writes met with Incurable Is In the ability offrequently place Saturday afternoon The us us follows I have taken but one Disbelief medicine to cure mild deceased was an aunt of Messrs ackage of your Dr Hales House ulthough IsIn only a cues form of monomaniato some repeated failures is nnd obtain relief from ininv different John W and L F Johnson of Ilold Tea founditthatthe first medicine would almost seem to justify the doubt sources Hos has done me any have Its tetters Stomach Hitters has good For 30 years I have been ability to overcome dyspepsiademonstrated ion this city AT troubled with liver and kidney trou Â¬ liver ami kidney trouble malarialconstlpit complaints recorded Innes Miss Nellie Innes died bles growing worse all the time For nnd nervousness and Its ought at achieve ments the last 10 years I have not been able warrant InItsthe curative linetroubled withleast to trial by anyone either Saturday afternoon at the home of to do much or any work I feel dull of the above ailments even although his previous to obtain remedial aid have been fruitless sleepy her mother in this county after a My and as though I could not stir elfortswith persistence the Bitters will compter ST1 bowels would not move oftener Fsed lingering illness with typhoid fever than once a week After taking one the most obstinate cases I and T0 you want great many latest style and are going to dispose of regardOwing to the fact that three other package takeam much better Have Guitar Instruction and Piano XJ We have a shoes of the bargains that we at prices that defy compction now can hold and work Tuning members of the fumilyare very ill a good appetite and bowels regular less of cost Just glance over these prices then come and see tne goods For Henry Brady teacher of and we will prove to you that all wo say is positively true constipation all liver J with the same disease the funeral and dyspepsia troubles etc it has no kidney guitar will give lessons in Sax Men8 and Boys Coarse Boots and Ladies Goat and Grain Button 0 93 took place Sunday afternoon the equal Only 25c and 50c a package tons celebrated method the Shoes from 125 up 65 Misses Fine Button Cloth Top remains being deposited in the latest and most approved Pianos Mens and Boys Pine Shoes from 1 Misses Good School Shoes 75 up family burying ground hoiiH Tolmceo Spit or Smoke tuned and repaired First class Ladies Fine Dongola Button 50 Childrens Fine Button Pat Tip references furnished For terms Your lAfv Awny 1 00 Infants Fine Dongola Button 35 Pat Tip Looan Mrs Agnes D Logan c aDply at 318 Clinton street And all other goods in proportion A full lino of startling title of n hook about died Sunday morning at the home The truthful only 45 tf tho harmless IUahamkkk cure If you want to quit and cant of her brother Judge George C use and Ladies Rubbers and Overshoes at Lowest Cut Prices Unictj up nlcotlnlzed nerves All fine shoes on C D or E Mens Drane on Second street aged eliminates nicotine poisons makes weak men gain strength weight and vigor Positive cure width at INCLUDING ALL KINDS OF HATS AND CAPS money about seventy years The deceas orBook atrefunded or mailed free Address Mkaghkr druggists Marshall s 204 The Sterling Uiimtnlnh ed was stricken with paralysis St New YorkRemedy Co StChicago 45Oct G ly 10 Spruce ll txmas Â¬ small He was an enthusiastic Mason being a member of Hiram Lodge No 4 and the remains were buried Thursday morning at 10 oclock with the honors of the order his funeral taking place from his late residence on the Versailles pike bership of the Christian Church is requested for the morning service to morrow when the congregation will vote on calling Mr Darsie as its pastor for the iSth time Amann Europes greatest facial JACOB SWIGERT Have Removed From the Batzell Building Â¬ 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Â¬ j SPECIAL SHOE SALE -- Â¬ PERD OLAJE JACOBS 204 ST -- e J FERD JACOBS St Clair Street - Hr i 1 t v- - rt - isassLiidski it fiffliJKfKHasJy EIRWKKnlHIHEAfRimSi mm A t jOr flF y tV Ml Wi T - eawi titot I -Art ll T Dont Intend That Grass Shall Crow Under mij4 Un IVIy FeetK- J iKenicf i f fV fiini2 nrtH rnfrti fr ffi nnrnlne tunrttc iir1 fit mi that gets there first will have to get a move on him as I have already purchased one f the most complete fall and holiday stocks that will greet the eye of the buying public and I will sell for the very least money that I can do a conservative business and all the work or goods delivered to my patrons go with the understanding if not as represented you know where you got them 1 am determined to build a business solely on its merits and you have seen and know me nnee I made my bow to the people of this community and you are the persons to verify this statement Keep an eye on me YOTTRS W I have tared atthe post office at Frankfort Kentucky mailable matter as second class L COPPERSMITH Notice VB INKMN COCNTY COUhT WM TEEES made arrangements to have an eye specialist in the person of Dr Albert Hazy to take charge of my optical department JEWELER Persons wishing his services will please leave orders I FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT ford Dan Sheelun and John Shee GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FBANKFORT NOVEMBER 17 1894 JNIY A SCRAP OF PAPER But It Brings Up the Past Verv Vividly W V K Some one brought to the drug store of Messrs LeCompte Gayle Co one day last week two bottles with prescriptions to be refilled wrapped in a piece of ewnpaper which Mr Robert W Tilford the gentlemanly druggist in charge noticed when he re- moved it irom me ooiues uuu wwu It was torn from a aside for us eoov of the National Unionist of September 23 1SO4 a semi weekly paper published in Lexington Ky by George W and Joseph The scrap only shows B Lewis parts of the first and second or editorial pages and at the top of the first column of the latter appears the name of George Wythe editor followed by the Lewis Republican presidential ticket of that year headed by Abraham Lincoln the election of which the The first page paper advocated is taken up with a lengthy article from the pen of the late Rev Robert J Breckinridge D D all your pictures appear our heart vfather of the present Congressman turns to you all May we some from this district under the headday meet on the corntr of Main Treason Slavery Loyalty ing in Lexing Struggles in Ken- Â¬ and Limestone streets in Kentucky where the old Waters block ton tucky During Three Years Suc- Â¬ once stood in which was the office ceeding the First Overthrow of the where we had many a jolly time Secession Conspiracy in 1861 to talk over the days which are The editorials are written in gone vigorous language the editor deal- Â¬ Grave Mistakes ing trenchant blows for the cause Physicians frequently make mis Â¬ he advocated aimed mainly at the takes in treatment of Heart Disease members of the Chicago Conven- The rate of sudden deaths is daily in- Â¬ become tion which had only a short time creasing Hundredsphysiciansvictims in the of the ignorance of before nominated General George treatment of this disease One in four has a diseased heart Shortness B McClellan for the Presidency of breath palpatation and fluttering The portion of the paper before irregular pulse choking sensation Â¬ asthmatic breathing pain or tender us shows only parts of advertire ness in side shoulder or arm weak are symptoms of hungry ments most of them of business Disease spells Miles New HeartHeart Dr Cure houses which have long since gone is the only reliable remedy Thous to out of business and but few of ands testify Soldits wonderful cures6 by J W Gayle Books free the present residents of Lexing Â¬ Wet feet sore throat diphtheria ton will remember their existence Wear our shoes and doctors bills in that city be saved and The editor and senior proprietor Meagher Marshalls died onhe 19th of July 1865 6 tf the junrwk proprietor sold the paper to the late Col H K Mil ward who changed the name of and it to the Union Standard TAKEN UP AS A STRAY BY THE UNDER near the files of the Unionist were de- Â¬ red heifer with a Farmdale Franklin county one little white under her stomach fire in 1870 so that The owner will please call prove property and stroyed by pay pasturage and charges MISS LUCY PATTIE until our eyes fell upon this torn Nov 10 lm relic of it we were under the impression that no evidence remained that such a paper ever had an exÂ¬ Â¬ han compositors Mike Hunt and J F Lewis job workmen Jerry Coughlan and Geo A Lewis cubs while Harry Derrico and Rev Aaron Green both coored operated the two old time Wash- ington reriecters in tne press- Â¬ room Ah where are they all now John Montgomery Uncle Tommy Bradford Dan Shcehan Harry Derrico and Doctor Green have all joined the editor and senior proprietor on the other side of the dark river Joseph B and J F Lewis have long since quit the business the former now living in Versailles and the latter in Louisville Mike Hunt as jolly a soul as ever set a job became a tramp wandering up and down the earth and when last heard of was a guide in the Alps though how he managed to get so far away only he and the Almighty know Jack Sheehan and Jerry Coughlan are still sticking type in some of the Lexington offices though the former has lost an eye as the result of a wound received in the battle of Perryville while the only one remaining to be accounted for is shoving the pencil Which scribbles these lines lioys those or you who are left with the old photographic group of that office before us taken so long ago and in which Â¬ COBLKS ADM H FlUlMllT VS Wm Br virtue of mi creditors of Wm notified to present reciulred by law prove their claims Oct 20 lm Coblks Hkius Defendants order In the abuve cause the Coble deceased are Hereby their claims to me proven as or to appear berore mound on or before January 1 1895 W FROST Should remind you that this is the time for 4 HIOSEY Commissioner F C C WEATHER STRIPS and DOOR MATS COAL HODS POKERS FIRE SETS Which I am offering at lower prices than ever stock of before I -- Notice f lalntin vs En Lonos Humsc Defendant By virtue or an order in tue aDove cause tue creditor of Kd Long deceased are hereby noti fied to present their claims to me proven as re quired by lav on or before December 118111 EI LOKO9 ADMK A large if 1 ffi VRANKL1N ClhCUIT COURT Â¬ Â¬ Hardware Cutlery Etc - Oct 30 2t W H POSEY Commissioner V C C BLDE BBflSS NURSERIES M P GRAY HARDWARE MERCHANT All marked down to cash basis Orchard Vines mwn Garden HF HILLENMEYER FULL STOCK OF FBUIT AND ORNA mental Trees Shrubs Small Fruits Grape Asparagus and everything usually f und at such an establishment Try us on prices We do not sell through agents but direct to the planter Catalogue on application A KENTUCKY TOBACCO Oct G 3111 Lexington Ky DR OF I will sell to any reliable man in ton lots for 45 per tpn on eight months time with without If you PHOENIX HOTEL note and get ainterest order dont want a ton call sample CmCINN ATI O will be W I KELLEY at the Crockers Honest Fertilizers w IN LEXINGTON KY Saturday December 8 1894 HEMORRHOIDS Saturday November 24 1894 Piles cured without surglco operation uiitt with little or no pain REEERENCES W McKee Hardie Frankfort Ky J A scott Fraukfoit Ky Anthony Leach Frankfort Ky J T Stateu FrankXort Ky Rev L p Hulett Benson Ky A H McClure Frankfort Ky Hughes Frankfort Ky David Moore Benson Ky jas M Wlthrow Frankfott Ky DR KELLEYS office and residence Is at 258 West Elshth streetCluclnnatl and where he ma be found everj day of each week except SATUR- V G L HHNNEN TARIFF EFFECTS Berberlcn Frankfort Ky NEW VJ It reduced prices from 10 to 20 per cent on Holiday Goods and in addition to being sold on the small profit plan for easily and the mode ot treatment sent free to r any one r ir t vlt f w 259 W Eight St Cincinnati 0 it enables you to buy a nice present for a small price i CONSULTATION FREE L H Â¬ 02TE FINNELL CAE LOAD OP PRESENTS RC110ATE Formerly of Wakefield Choate PLAIOTG MILL AND Has already arrived from New York for the Racket Store It con- Â¬ tained 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 Â¬ HOGSHEAD FACTORY RACKET STORE Nov 3 lm PURCHASED THE PLANING MILL HAVING tobacco hogshead fuctory ot Messrs Concleton Bros I am prepared to furnish DOORS SHINIiLFS TDRNED SASH BLINDS WORK FRAMES STAIR WORK AND O O TO- - AIL KINU90F Stray Notice For Sale 002 Cross Finish For a Souse as well as tobacco hogsheads Factory one and a half blocks from Post Otllce on river front A share of public putronage is solicited JOHN DRISCOLL TX3CE3- - CHOATE Sept 2 1v FINNELL L IQUOfi Four-year-o- ld MERCHANT Opposite Capitol Square- THEY LIVE Â¬ Cedar Posts I have for sale 2000 A No 1 For CEDAR POSTS particulars apply to further me on my premises T N Arnold For absolutely pure Whiskies Wines Bran Â¬ dies c for medicinal and family use Â¬ iff TLi istence except in the memory of those yet living who were engaged upon it What a flood of sad recollections crowd in upon us as we gaze at that crumpled and torn scrap of paper for just thirty years ago the first of next month we entered the office of the Unionist to learn the The office art preservative day consisted of G force on that W and J B Lewis proprietors the former editor and the latter John Montbusiness manager gomery foreman Thomas Brad Â¬ pike three miles from the city being a part of the old Woodson farm For terms address Nov A FARM OF ABOUT 50 ACRES WITH IM provements lying on the Glens Creek turn- per gallon 235 Broadway ilay 20 6m Anderson Co Whisky 2 Older goods at the same low rate Mt HUGH R AYEHS St Frankfort Ky M MM EOE SALE Feb 2 tf Calf I have a few flue young Berkshire Boars and gilts now ready for use Can sell them singly or in pairs Also one fine large Cotswold Buok Lamb and one Jersey Bull Oct 27 4t YOU WILL REALIZE THAT FOR RENT nn VnrHHiilAH turiinlke The farm contains HO acres and Is well set In grass und suited for dairy purposes Possession given on November 1st ltUi vot terms uppiy w WM CROMWELL AUK 11 WELL WHO LIVE CLEANLY IF YOU USE FARM LATELY OCCUPIED BY A W Cromwell one half mile east of Frankfort Â¬ Silver Lake Farm S BLACK tf Dec 16 1T SAPOLIO kfiML jravr f J j I w w- t TpWTSl WflJWW fl 71 A GARLAND OAKS the cosnusr oak With Perfect Ash Pan CALL AND SEE THEM NHBKaS PsflSEmm EIiawTilafiAKSaa JOHN T Â¬ Â¬ BUCKLEY to g et iironsr THIS OFFER Mv v FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT FBANKFOQT NOVEMBER 17 1894 The T ue Encouragement ffhen mirbid the Fancy that guides our Lifes We look only backward and all things fee n dark nlj Tlslons or shipwreck that fancy wll see And tbe slave of past failures may never oe free v V force a real live bill raising plumb- mention er is the introduction of a paraIts a Mistake graph that only releases your at-Â¬ To neglect caring for a cough or cold tention after you have greeted its Every time yon cough you increase met its bull dog and the trouble and soon an inflammation June horse seen its barbecue sawmill is started that in a short time is Itoen with hope for thy Pilot Its needle observe And with Bight for thy Cuart on thy course horror heard its Rising Sun difficult to control Dr Hales House- Â¬ never swerve magic hold and shaken effect Cougha Cure has such aall irri fat Fancy behind thee and heed not Us whims band of Roarers upon cough allaying And the Glory Is thine that no failure eer dims hands with a dozen of quaint vil- tation so quickly that every person This Compass Is Duty come pleasure or pain lagers who contribute to its eccen- in the land should alwnys have a bot- Â¬ If thou doest thy Duty thou Uvst not In vain medicine on tle of Think not of rewards that but incident are After all we hand tothis wonderful at once upon tric possessions begin taking TLs the Duty Itself that shines from ufar owe a word of thanks to the the first appearance of a cold It When thy port lies before thee and thy Journey Is theatrical paragrapher who pre- costs only 25o and 50c a bottle at done o When tur trials areoverandthy guerdon Is won cedes a really good thing and ex- Â¬ P H Cabpentehs drug store Thou wilt see not in pleasure nor jet In success But only In Duty thy soul may be blest cites our interest in it This is Large line of ladies Rochester Fkankfokt Ky Nov 5 1891 especially so in the smaller cities and Cincinnati fine shoes at where a nights stay limits the pre- Â¬ Meagher Marshalls BEIJjEPOJNT GOBBIjED Many a time has many sentation 6 tf The Ordinance Taking the Town a man allowed a worthy produc Goodyear Welts in all styles tion to come and go to learn Into the City Passed a All guaranteed later from acquaintances whose from 2 5c up Second Time praise was spontaneous that he goods at Meagher Marshalls The City Council met in regular lost by his neglect the enjoyment 6 tf that might session Tuesday night with all the of an entertainment members present except Council- Â¬ man Pruett The Mayor was empowered by resolution to borrow 5000 for current expenses until the Tax Collector could get the money in from collection of taxes The ordinance providing for the sewer in New street was given The Worlds Columbian Expos its second and final passage The ordinance empowering the ition marked the climax of hu a steam boiler Mayor to appoint man achievement It will live in inspector was given its first read- Â¬ memory of the crowning glory of ing and laid on the table modern times No other devel- Â¬ The ordinance annexing Bells opment of the closing century point had its second reading and can compare with it in practical came up for discussion Attorney benefit to mankind Violet appeared as the representaWho that exhibited is not tive of a number of citizens who proud of it Who that failed to protested against its passage Mr exhibit does not regret the omis- Â¬ Miles asked to be excused from sion The former are the people voting on the matter as he did not of to day The latter are relics know the proper course to be purThose who voted for the sued of the past annexation were Messrs Crutcher No honor so high as that em Â¬ Haly Marshall Tobin Ellwanger bodied in an award at the fair Those who and Williams 6 Competition was world wide the voted against the ordinance were fruits of ripest experience and Messrs Forjtune Heffner Sower noblest endeavors were submit Â¬ and Utterback 4 This vote was ted for examination sufficient to pass the ordinance Honest tribunals composed of and it will now become a law with Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Sorget not the failures since failures must come Let them sweeten each triumph and add to Its sum Bach lias Its own object Its lesson to teach And without them tis doubtful If port we could reach But look ever forward lay careful thy course Observe every beacon and cuaga every force Then turn to thy Compass the one only Oulde lhat falls not In tempest nor changes with tide Blue never again come his way is just such a play The Jeans The poor plumber After suffer fact that the same production in ing the butts of the comic para- - every detail scenery accessories grapher thefauciful freelance who players and mechanism will be anticipates Blue leans in nicely given here that won runs of 400 worded screeds gives him a whack performances in New York 108 in There can be no question of the Chicago and 73 in Boston to say financial solidity of Blue Jeans naught of 2000 miscellaneous perIt is the only dramatic production formances throughout the country in the country that includes in its should attest this without further Blue Jeans YOU WANT - Our inventory disclosing too much UPHOL Â¬ STERED FURNITURE We will until further notice offer as Every piece of Upholstered Furniture in our stock consisting of Parlor Suits Rockers Easy Chairs Sofas c Come while is unbroken the assortment Â¬ Â¬ REDUGED PRICES R ROGERS greatlv 1 Â¬ SON vmTP S S XV JL CB EB A fiamrarceitirtrsarsaEPiEariarsrinaEEi EaEaEaraEaEaEanaEaEaEaBaBa eaeueueueeueaeueuezeueaea 2 eaEaeHUueueaeueaeaeueueaea i L5 w ra Ea ea Ea AJXJM1 BTTV nfYKTT U J Jb A si 113 ea na Ea ea na Winter Boots Shoes ra ea Ea ra na na Ea Ea Â¬ Its Fame Will Live Until you look at our stock na an na na eu na A Mans Boot for 150 Â¬ Â¬ Mens First Quality Whole- ea ca ra ea stock Boot only S200 ea ea ea Ea ea Ea ea Ea Ea ea Ea eu Ea ca ea na ea na Our Women and Girls Nonripping SnoesEa eS are the Shoes for mud and school ea Ea Â¬ Â¬ ea na ea na ea na ea na R K McGLURE SON Boots Shoes Hats Books Stationery ea eu na na EaEaEaraEaEaEaEaEaEararaEa EaEanaEaEaEaBaEaEaEaEBnBna eaeaeueaeaeueyeaeaeaeuea eNeraatfaeuBueaeaeaeaeauBEB PKiLlTKFOET ea E9 ea na ca ea na Ea ea ca ea na ea na F l 17 r the Mayors signature The bridge committee were directed in conjunction with the county committee to take some action to have the floor of the St Clair street bridge fixed so that hauling could be done over it in slippery weather The Council then adjourned Â¬ liBBB STATUE OF THE REPUBLIC COURT OF HONOR WORLDS COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION eminent scientists examined and passed upon the claims of exhib itors Their judgement based on inquiry and justice proves conclusively the value of any article 109 23 90 WHAT DOES IT MEAN f Â¬ It meant that ktwriit Cincinuutt Vi they commend Their approval was stamped on tha Quern ami Crcirrnt Routt li IT rollti ihorttrt ami Lexington tiutlci uliurtinc Cincinnati to lllr alioitot Ciurinimti to New Orliams li9 mile ihorUt minirhami lacinnati to ChatUinouju Atlanta urJuckiioutilL Florida inlUvi Misses spring heel shoes from the lightest weights to the heaviest grades at Meagher 6 tf Hl Marshalls V It received the highest award at the fair from a jury headed by the Chief Chemist of the U S Department of Agriculture Dr Prices was officially commended for highest leavening power purity keeping qualities and general excellence Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder jkSJs I SOLiD VESTIDULED TRAINS Thrirh Pt ti Vlchorr Pi - IITY n iirunMi n Knjtvllij ami 5Jtli tU Xi v flrleani tt rjllfvrnU 1mhi IiiIiitIVp ti ShrMiort I lik imfut alniut tmr muKtttcu H iliivi t Mwlljvilo iMl inii irir iniJo nt UIxIukIuO tf vlth iiwuvl trii u u Iuji W C inVKAl lnt IVilHU of tlio Vir t Ktt duly 1 io r u i i i i iltrotipli AihoTili X C lilrvit linn 1 I cvn iiml ITI l I Uiu 1 - Aiktf I -- anil CJEEM A1D CRESCET R2JTr MB A Ltr ijtMiUfaiWaafa mmmmmsimmmimmmmmmmmmmmKm 0I Mm Ht TLrt Mf W J- W - claim to the prize sent on the Baptist Church Rev W 0 Tay- papers and after investigating it lor the pastory will occupy his pulpit the company awarded him the to morrow morning nt 11 and 700 prize and he received the gold pm yesterday morning by express Sunday school in the Ohapel at 930 Â¬ t REIiIOIOUS L H MARSHXLL W A GAINES JfrfenriR itwri m-s-m-tttttt L 6 MARSHALL 4 CO k a m omoxday Darsie preaches at 11 on The Aarons Determined to lie open the and Hurs and at 730 on Heredi Â¬ Puhllc School tary Faith The Boards of Education and The Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor meets in the Health held a joint meeting yesTopic Some lecture room at 645 terday afternoon at which it was Applications of the Golden Rule determined to re open the schools ILeader W D Furr Monday diphtheria having enSunday school meets at 930 tirely disappeared from the city Catholic Church Rev Father W E Gorey the pastor will conduct and there being no longer any the services at Church of the Good danger in gathering the children Shepherd to morrow of the city into the schools of Low mass at 730 a m High mass spreading the disease Get your 10 am Vespers at 3 p m books little ones and run along Episcopal Church Rev R L to school You have had a good McCready the rector will occupy his long holiday pulpit to morrow at 11 and 730 as usual Arm liadly Sprained Â¬ Â¬ Christian Church Rev George The Board of Education Has r fllSkW 259 number of the best Insurance Companies solicrt share of the insurance patronage Real estate bought sold or lease t good line 01 ootli city and country property for sale at all times XXXXXXXm Real Estate and Insurance Ags Ik Representing a OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET FARM FOR SALE Xk 11 OJVJS K mK First Presbyterian Church When the wall of the penitentiThe regular services to morrow morn ary warehouse went down during ing at 11 oclock and in the evening Mc the fire Monday it fell upon a at 730 conducted by Rev J CJlusky Blayney D D the pastor pole of the electric street car line mashing it with the trolly wire to Methodist Church Rev F S The electric current Pollett the pastor will occupy his the ground pulpit to morrow morning at 11 had been shut off from the wire substitute oclock and in the evening at 730 before the wall fell but in order CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SAN FRANCISCO CAL Sunday school meets at 930 a m to start the cars again the wire had NEW YORK NY LOUISVILLe Kf Epworth League convenes at 7 p to be cut at the junction of the an in the class room road at the corner of Ann and Dissolution Notice Southern Presbyterian Church Mero streets This was done by MUTUAL Kev D Clay Lilly the pastor will B Y Black Huehes CONSENT THK dayFIRM OF Co have this dissolved occupy his pulpit to morrow morning Mr Weaver the electrician and All persons B S Hughes retiring avlngclnlms against tbe firm will please present Mr W Linton Tanner and there at 11 oclock and at 730 p m tnem for payment and ail persous who are In Sunday school at 930 the tlrm will please was such a heavy tension on the debted toCrutcher assuming all c ill and settle contracts and Black and wire that when it parted under the liabilitiesthem settlement of BnilS lndebtness to be HUGHES Thanksgiving Services made to The S BLACK regular Thanksgiving services in edge of the cutting tool Mr M L CRUTC HER Oct 11 1881 which the Christian Baptist Metho- Tanner who was holding it with Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant ind refreshing to the taste and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys tem effectually dispels colds head Â¬ aches and fevers and chips habitual Syrup of Figs is the oonstipation mly remedy of its kind ever pro luced pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach prompt in ts action mid truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and 1 bottles by all leading druggists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any Â¬ Â¬ ItfBtm JIVJOYfil A OFFER OF WE110 acres FOR SALE tbe FINE FARMturnGeorgetown situated on pike 8 miles from Frankfort This In very pro- Â¬ ductive land Is well Improved tibundnntly sup Â¬ plied with water and Is especially adapted to stock raising The neighborhood Is excellent churches and schools convenient and all sur- Â¬ roundings attractive Â¬ FOR SALE ACRES WITH cottage of four and other mprovements locat d on good turnpike road two miles from is offered for sale Frankfort This ts very desirable property niRnPN PARI 0F SEVEN UfinUkn miMI new Irame rooms necessary nil 260 ACRE FARM offered for sale 1Sft ArHEOFRO0D modern Vr miles from Frankfort Is offered improvements 8 nt a bnrgaln LAND with FINE LAND WITH OOOD IMPROVE ments situated near Forks of Elkborn Is OFFERED IN A NEW TWO STORY FRAME This farm Is well adapted to stock raising or will raise fine tobacco as well us ISresidence of seven rooms and two acres of all other crops suited for this climate Will sell land nt Thorn Hill This property Is nicely loÂ¬ on easy paymsnts cated fronting on the Owentou turnpike and will be sold on weekly pas men s to the right party If not sold Immediately will rent at low figure A GREAT BARGAIN i COTTAGE OF FOUR IilRAME Hill This property will and on very easy payments only payment being required with the weekly a small cash ROOMS AT be sold cheap FOR RENT STORY FRAME RESIDENCE OF rooms with large grounds on Murray street South Side TWO A seven balance paid BETWEEN adjoin Judge Dianes propeity TAYLOR AVENUE AND THE offered for sale on easy terms These lots are on a good twenty foot street tind formlI r i FOR SALE 210 Lo A FINE FARM OFfrom ACRES is FINELY good Frankfort on a cated 8 miles upon which there resiturnpike a 5 Â¬ COTTAGES ROOMS TWO PRIMETaylor avenue OF FOUR is good on This property and will be sold on easy payments to tbi right party If you are Interested come quick Â¬ 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 sernion and the pastors of the other ichurchs will assist in the services 25 IX GOLD a pair of pliers had his left arm so badly wrenched and sprained that he had to call in a physician before he could get relief so painful was his injury We will continue the business at the old stand or S Black with a full supply of the best coal at We cordially Invite you to eall the lowest price BLACK CBUTCHEB and see us K lm Nov Â¬ road brick dence of rooms u tenement of four rooms and OF THE BEST BUSINESS E3TABLISH allother necessary Improvements This land Is ments In the city consisting of good clean In a high state of cultivation the Improvements stock of goo is and a well established proHtablo are In fine condition and In order to make a trade This Is a fine opportunity Tor a man with quick sale will be offered at a bargain capital FOR SALE Â¬ 3VOTIOE3 FRANKLIN CIRCUIT COURT FOR SALE FOR SALE FRAME RESIDENCE OFCROOMS TWO STORYstreet with lot 6S by 106 feet This Lewis is very valuable property TWO KTORY BRICK RESIDENCE OF 8 ROOMS 14 acres of land In Bilitgoport This Is good property and Is offered at u bargain Diphtheria Has Disappeared There is not now a single case of diphtheria in the city the scourge having disappeared entirely This will be good news to not only our own people but those living at a During the prevalence of the disease there were eighty odd cases and nineteen deaths and now that the danger is passed parents can breath easy in regard to their little ones W A MoGuire a well known citi zen of McKay Ohio is of the opinion that there is nothing as good for children troubled with colds or croup as Chamberlains Cough Reme- Â¬ dy He has used it in his family for Â¬ Ben F The Prize Ueeeived hv Itev J 3IcClusky Blayney of this City for a Wonderful Catch of Fish SoiiiiA Jacobs fcc Defendants By virtue of an order In the above cause the creditors of Ben F Hall deceased are hereby hotineu to present tneir cmmis to me proven as required by law on or before the 1st day of Janu ary 1895 JOHN S HARROD Special Commissioner F C C Nov 17 4t Â¬ Halls vs Admh Plaintiff L B MARSHALL CO ruin arm nsinruuiruirinjuuiruxnnjiTuuinrLnruxnniuuin Jn Two Sections The Nautchug Silk Company distance who have friends here marle an offer of a premium of 25 in gold to the fisherman mak Â¬ ing the heaviest catch of large mouth biss in one day the past season with one of their lines While Dr Blayney and his sons were camping in the woods of the Trout Lake region of Wisconsin the past summer the subject of this offer was mentioned around the ca np fire one evening when aw Dr Bityney siid that RE- - he thought he could win the prize by going to a small lake some miles away which he visited the summer ibefore and found full of bass His son Mack remarked that he had a iNautchug line along if he wanted to make the trial but he Lindsty and the guide all tried to persuade the Doctor not to make the effort as the labor would be too great However the party for him moved over to the lake which had no name but which they christened Oswego and commencing one morning about four oclock and fishing until long after Doctor succeeded dark the in landing 238 fine bass which weighed 376 poinds The fish were weighed and put back into the water and when the Doctor quit fishing his right arm was nearly paralyzed and he could not He became near- Â¬ close his hand ly exhausted in the middle of the afternoon but throwing himself down on the beech he fell asleep for a short time arose very much refreshed and went at it again The line used was one of the by the smallest manufactured Nautchug Company and many fish hooked got away Dr Blayney proved lip hu Â¬ sale by several years with the best results and always keeps a bottle of it in the house After having la grippe he was himself troubled with a se- Â¬ 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 Druggist Phil Carpenter o South Side Jcntit Dr C C Fugel will be here Monday to take charge of the new dental laboratory just started in rooms 4 and 5 of the Weitzel He will use ODonnell building the latest painless methods which he guarantees especially in the extrcction of teeth or no pay The doctor is a graduate of the class of 91 is very skillfull and is recom mended to the public by Dr J5ax ter who has an office in the same building n it Â¬ The regular freight train due here from Lexington at 3 oclock in the morning was coming down irjinnrtnririrLrirLririnjiji the giade Monday morning com Â¬ posed of twenty six cars when 2 c thirteen of them broke loose from The the balance of the train on all steam to get engineer put away from the loose cars and ran through the city like a streak of nrinjirinrLruTJxrirtJiruinjiruTJij lightning not stopping until some distance the other side of the The train going through bridge Broadway at that unusual rate of speed waked up the people all along the street windows were juumruinnnjinjinjxrumnjxrii raised and heads poked out to see what was going oh and people who were on the street at that early hour made a rush for the IfcTZfcT The station to see what was up runaway cars were stopped above thru UTnTLruirLnj uiruuniiriJuuuiriiisuuuuuuuitiTuuinriiuuuuu inriruTJUtrirn the tunnel by the brakesmen left on that end of the train when the coupling parted STOVES Tinware iJfJ HhIHIH9PEHf3 j J Mantels and Grates JEZ xKeje 4 -- ft i mi Home Seekers Excursions Nov 6th and Dec 4th the Midland will sell tickets to points in the South and Southwest at See agent for very cheap rates further information GROCERIES goods at lower prices - Why pay old prices lor old goods when you can get new WE HAVE EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT via Q C All the latest styles in soft and Sunday November 18th Autumn stiff hats at Mkagiikr outing excursion Marshalls Dont miss it The rate is low the weather SB cures Come and It absolutely cures catarrh It Cures lflPoiuidH of Granulated Sugar 1 j Corn per Can cents 1i cents Neuralgia and Rheumatism 10 45 centu Good Salmon per Can magic Cures Salt Rheum 2 packages Cofleo Piles like 8 J cents 325 Tomatoes per Can Meagher 8 Marshalls in the most soothing manner Cures J E M Flour per Barrel Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids 6 tf Can be Cures Coughs and Colds EVERY THING ELSE IN PR0P0TION taken internally A positive specific Will Soil for pneumonia Cuts Bruises Burns Three lots at Thorn Hill all ad- Chilblains Sores of long standing joining for Si 50 cash or will sell Corns and Bunions are cured quickly different from all else superior to all them separately at S each else it has no equal 25 and 50c boxes F H Morse Largo size cheapest Sold at P H SOUTH SIDE GROCFR 8 oct27 2m Roundabout Office Carpenters drug store prices are way down see Â¬ 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 v Ask the agent about it Dr Halos Household Ointment pleasant Largest stook of Olives Olive Mushrooms Oil Shelled Almonds etc in the city Our shoes are way up and our Is the finest remedy in the world To Cincinnati JAS HEENEY v vatii X iiwkfct tikMmmamm Mr V rfi NiiWtiiwTVlVrfcLi LwamHSKBgmmi wr V r I J I I w jgamamwB tk jbiUfoJdJ l4i i aL ii - u j t Kt if- - LrfaAo wijU mT--- A smm THE MUM SHOW Mnjjnlilcent Display liiirtfc Attendance f Frww I HH and I- - Chrysanthemum Show which took place in the Capital Hotel ball room on Wednesday and Thursday was a complete success in every particular and netted i nice sum for the benefit of the 1 idustrial School The display was so very large and the flowers so beautiful that profession al florists expressed great surprise at tlie ladies being able to get up such an elegant exhibition in this city Their first effort has proven The Â¬ Â¬ t s V i fe JP w r s- w If Hi sl iflr1 picturesque portion of the city and JOHN ECHOLS 1 0 land passengers in the magnificent J REIVERS ST JOHN BOYLE Â¬ New Central Station on Twelfth street This station is con- Â¬ and Lake Front W R R venient to the Auditorium Richelieu Victoria and Leland Hotels and with Â¬ Â¬ THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY RODTE in two blocks of the State and WabaBh Street Cable Lines and the South Side Elevated Railway ConLimiiefl Ttie venient stops are also made at Hyde Twenty Park Thirty Ninth street and ONLY ONE NIGHTS RIDE Second street Stations Trains Vestibuled Magnificent So unusual a are very valuable LOUISVILLE TQ MEMPHIS phries Cassell won by Mrs N token of regard on the part of the Parlor Oars Wagner Sleeping Cars Private Compartment Buffet SleepJ Sawyier parish is appreciated by Mr Egbert IS THE MOST PERFECT SERVICE ing Cars and Superb Dining Cars No transfer across Cincinnati to make For the finest and largest yel- Â¬ at the utmost He wouldnt take connections low bloom nearest the color of a thousand dollars for then he Your ticket should read via the Big MEMPHIS Four Route to enjoy these privileges Hall Hayward cracker label 25 says Squire Brown E OMcCormick Pass Traffic Mgr VICKSBUKCt Rev Mr Egberts Farewell pound box of crackers offered by D B Martin Genl Pass Tkt Agt Rev John L Egbert and family Mr Knox Brown formerly of Big Four Route Cincinnati O NEW ORLEANS Mr Ira Barnett of Hall Hay left town to day for Springfield this city was elected on Tuesday AND ALL POINTS ward won by Mrs S D Johnson where Mrs Egbert will remain The Queen ami Crescent Route For finest and largest red bloom while Rev Mr Egbert goes to of last week a Justice of the Peace South and Southwest The popular rector in the Gratz district of Owen Invites inquiries in regard to Sum Â¬ ten dollars offered by a friend of Washington Brown and a Mr mer Resorts on its line in the pictur- Â¬ the Industrial School won by of StMicheals parish has therefore county Mr esque Kentucky Ten Rates Tickets anil all Information furnished br gone after seven years of faithful Glass who was elected constable nessee mountains of Ticket Agent of any Railway Co It not The line and Alabama Mrs E Hensley address de- Â¬ work but unlike his previous fields at the same time he was elected passes near the famous battleRidge W J McBRIDE For the three finest plants dif- partures this one is taken to return at Mill Springs Mission Traveling Pass Agent Louisville Ky magistrate have the honor of be Chickamauga and Lookout Mountain ferent colors offered by the no more as rector of the parish 5 They are surrounded by charming T B LYNOH Capital Printing Company won by A reception was tendered at the ing the only Republicans ever summer resting places at Burnside Genenl Passenger Agent Louisville Ky chapel Wednesday evening at elected to office in that Democratic Cumberland Falls nigh Bridge Â¬ Mrs V Berberich Rugby Rhea Springs Lookout Moun which farewells were said by two Sweet Owen tain Springville Alabama and other For finest and largest collection hundred or more which number Gibraltar points Midland o growing plants all varieties included not only members of the Charming Low Harry Wilson the Postmaster at mountainrailroad rates Only direct line- between homes Perfect rest and yellow lamp offered by Dr VV E parish but also friends from the Welshton Florida says he cured a quiet of diarrhoea of John Goodwin jr Post casehours with onelong standing in We invite correspondence cheer Â¬ CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT Baxter won by Mrs E Hensley outside small bottle of fully six giving the Shortest and quickest between For finest six pink blooms linen 82 G A R was well represent- Chamberlains Colic Cholera and for the purpose ofinformation desired having you arrange by a good sized delegation Diarrhoea Remedy What a pleasant ed cambric center piece offered by Rev Mr Egbert has been a good surprise that must have been to the to spend your summer recreation on Frankfort Georgetown and Paris Car our line Mrs Mary R Haff won by Mrs iriend to the Post and the friend- sufferer Such cures are not unusual lisle Maysville Cynthiasa Fal W C Rinearson G P A with this remedy In many instances Cincinnati Ohio N J Sawyier ship has ever been warmly le only one or two doses are required mouth and kTingioa Aside from the natural to give permanent relief It can al Â¬ turned For finest six red blooms Miles Nerve and Liver Fills ways be depended upon When re- Â¬ VIA KY KOU TICKETS ASK MIDLAND offered by Robert Burns feeling of sadness felt by all at the duced with water it is pleasant to necessity for the parting the oc take For sale by Phil Carpenter on a new principle regulating Act Wilson won by Miss Sallie Al casion was one of unmixed pleas South Side Druggist the liver stomach and bowels though TBIINS Byil BY CENTHli STilllDlHD TINE the nerves A new discovery Dr len ure a social success Lemonade TIME TABLE NOV 18 18a Miles Pills speedily cure biliousness For finest six blooms any col- Â¬ and cake were served and Â¬ Bazaar and Supper p M V M A U bad taste torpid liver piles constipa tion Splendid for men women and No t No 3 No 7 TRAINS E VST or five dollars offered by a friend ice cr am would also have The ladies of the Baptist Church children Smallest mildest surest Lv Frankfort 701 with it except a 100 4fu of the Industrial School won by been served 50 doses for 25 cents Samples free at Lv Summit 4 0b 706 11U for a misunderstanding by which will give a bazaar and supper in J W Gayles Frankfort Ky 711 Lite 411 45 ly Lv Elkhorn Mrs E Hensley Lv Swltzer 718 141 418 the order had been counter- their chapel on the evening of De- Â¬ Lv stamping Ground 728 428 200 For six finest white cut blooms manded Lv Duvall 434 734 210 The most of those cember 7th for the benefit of the Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Lv Johnson 740 440 220 offered by Dr VV H Dade present recorded their names on Lv Georgetown B 746 446 236 A Pure drape Cream ot Tartar Powder 3UD 755 Lv C S Depot Beautiful 453 and useful Mrs Egbert was church the regi ter won by Mrs E Hensley Lv Newtown 808 503 320 Lv Centrevllle 810 511 335 articles will be offered for sle at 820 Lv Elizabeth 346 515 For largest and finest collection of unable to be at the chapel but 625 Ar Paris 830 100 0 many rqade their way to the par- reasonable prices and a first class 628 at Paris Junction cut pink blooms Dresden lamp sonage to see her supper served P P M that when you buy Scotts limul It 2M No M4 No M8 No12 offered by Geo L Payne won No getting a secret LvTRAINS WEST sion you are not Come and look through our Paris by Miss Sallie Allen Mens boys and youths winter mixture containing worthless or Lv Purls Junction C 943 542 U05 435 entire line cost nothing see lots boots low down at U68 6 15 At Elizabeth 455 In addition to these special prizes harmful drugs Lit 1000 Centervllle 511 Meaghkk Marshall Meagher Marshalls Scotts Emulsion cannot be se- Â¬ Ar U S Depot 1008 6 27 Ar Newtown 530 half the receipts at the one 1018 G42 cret for an analysis reveals all Ar B Ariieorgetown 45 1035 747 650 door were divided into four prizes Ar Johnson 1041 661 800 there is in it Consequently the Ar Duvall 1047 667 810 Recovers His Speech and awarded as follows endorsement of the medical ArStamplngfiround Going to the Country 1054 703 a0 1104 713 850 Ar Seltzer world means something First and second prizes for the Alphonce Hempllng of Summit 1111 720 thorn 906 Ar 1117 726 915 Ar Summit Mr J C Berry man whose finest display of cut blooms first township Butler Co Perm made an A 1126 735 926 Ar Frankfort son grocery was burned in the Nicol affidavit that his twelve-year-ol- d A connects with L ft N prize Miss Fannie Crittenden sec- who had had St Vitus Dance for B connects with Q 4 C and L S c connects with K C twelve years lost his speech was building on South St Clair street ond prize Miss Sallie Allen Notc Nos 1 2 3 478 ana 12 illy except completely cured after using three Sunday Seo Sunday trains below First and second prizes for the bottles of Dr Miles Restorative about a month or so ago has SUNDAY TRAINS recovered his rented a farm in Anderson county handsomest six plants of different Nervine and also testify West Leave leorgtown 1035 a m arrive at overcomes Wasting promotes to won- Â¬ speech Thousands ll3Cam rrnkfottLeave Frankfort 215 p varieties first prize Mrs E Hens- derful cures from using it for ner- and will go to farming in the the making of Solid Flesh and in arrive at E vT nervous spring vous diseases dyspepsia It has no Georgetown 315 p in gives Vital Strength ley second prize Mrs V Ber- debility dullness confusion of mind Kentucky Midland Hallway and connec The equal as a cure for Coughs Colds tions form the shortest and cheapest ronte to all c berich Four doses of this headache points north south east and west Bronchitis Weak Lungs umbrellas and Sore Throat Scrofula Anaemia Ema For trunks eured Mrs W E For further Information apply to their agenu Consumption Mr Paul Sawyier offered as a NervineBend Ind who hadBurns or been valises cheap call on South elation and E B WE1TZEL C D BERCAW consolation prize to the exhibitor suffering with constant headache for City Ticket AgsaC Meagher Gen Pass Agt Marshall Wasting Diseases of Children Â¬ three months Trial bottle and ele GEO R HARPER Gen Bupt who got no other premium a gant book free at J W Gaylos 4 60c and fl ScottfcBowneNY All Druggist Frankfort Ky 6tf Â¬ such a pronounced success as to cause the ladies in charge to di termine to repeat the exhibition next year JVlr VV S B 11 florist of Lex Â¬ ington and Messrs E Power and Witmer of this city acted as judges and awarded the prizes as follows c A beautiful piece of offered by Holmes Baird for the plant with the greatest number of blooms won by Mrs John T Buckley For finest and largest pink bloom cut glass bowl offered by Sam D Johnson won by Mrs V Berberich For the finest and largest yellow bloom cut glass vase offered by John T Buckley won by Mrs V Berberich For the finest and largest white bloom barrell of Cream flour offered by Joseph LeCompte of Lexington Roller Mills won by by Mrs E Hensley For the finest three plants yellow varieties handsome silk um- Â¬ brella offered by Hudson Hum- Â¬ bric-a-braÂ¬ beautiful painting in water colors which was drawn by Miss Pattie Burnley There was also a special prize or prize of prizes offered by an anonymous friend of the Indus Â¬ trial School for the finest ones of the prizetakers It was won by Mrs V Berberichs golden wed ding the mammoth flower that measured 9 inches in diameter In addition to the flower exhibit the ladies had tables at which fancy articles coffee and confec- Â¬ tions were sold and from which a considerable sum was realized The success of the exhibition was due mainly to the efforts of Mrs Sam D Johnson and Miss Fannie Crittenden and they feel justly proud of it for it was a great credit not only to them but to the elegant tastes of the amateur florists of the city Â¬ A Ituntiwny CALL ON j Master Thomas Barrett and Mrs Julia Miller were driving down St Clair street Monday morning and FOR DAKRAINS IN- when in front of Mr McKee Har dies drug store the horse they were driving took fright and ran away turnirg out Broadway but 4X fell on the crossing at the mouth Oils of Catfish alley and was caught and held by persons near One ol the front wheels of the vehicle was Will save you money on Guns and Ammunition Iron Blacksmiths Material Steel Roofing Lime Cement Tlaster Flue and mashed down just after the horse Sewer Pipe Weather Strips Coal Hods Cutlery etc started and it began to kick but fortunately its heels went over the MAIN AND LEWIS STREETB heads of the occupants of the CORNER o Nov 10 lv Neither Tom nor Mrs DUBSy Miller were injured although the former was thrown out just before the horse was stopped but the horses legs were badly cut where the front axle struck against them as it ran FRANKFORT KY HALLS OLD -- M A COLLINS rrn DO OKI Hardware Harness Paints Wall Paper Glass W McKEE HARDIE DRUGGIST KEV JOHnV EGBERT To Widen Second Street Â¬ A Former Frankfort Boy Given a Reception and Valuable Presents by His Former Parlshoners The following extracts from a Marblehead Mass paper speak ol a gentleman who thirty years ago was a well known resident of this city and still has many friends and relatives here to whom they will be of interest We are indebted to Miss Anna V Lyons of Louisville who has kindly sent us the same Historical Chairs The wardens and vestrymen of St Michaels have presented Rev John L Egbert their retiring rector the the original chancel chairs that came over from England in 1714 These are built of solid mahogany and upholstered in silk plush and Â¬ The contract to widen Second street from Bridge to the Boulevard was awarded on Tuesday to And cordially ask our friends to give us a call Mr Robert Glore Three bidders offered to do the work of filling C L GrAYLE for the same figure 35 e its per W MKEE HAEDIE Tan 21 1 cubic yard viz Mr Glore The and the Frankfort Brick Co TIIE BIG FOUR ROUTE Co and the Parker Transfer award was made by lot Mr Glore Has the Best Terminal Facili Â¬ FIVE TON FAIRBANK SCALE GOOD ties at Chicago A condition together with the houseINover the drawing the lucky number same and stock pen connected thereto For STAND We keep a full line of DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES FORSALE 0 S Third Time for liife The trial of Dr J L Massie for the killing of Jesse Honaker was concluded at Owenton last week and resulted in the jury finding him guilty and fixing his pun ishment at confinement for life in This is the the penitentiary third time the Doctor has received a similar sentence the decisions in the former trials being reversed by the Court of Appeals All trains enter Chicago on the Illi- Â¬ terms apply to nois Central tracks along six miles of oct27 lm the Lake Front through the most SOUTH TRIMBLE Forks or Elkhorn Ky a Â¬ mentis M ffl M Â¬ Â¬ VI Â¬ tmsi Kentucky Ry - Â¬ Â¬ jl i TSJ fMl s m iM wat-er-colo- r 1 i Â¬ Â¬ Dont Forget I I A I I I I Â¬ Scotts 1 1 Emulsion 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Wi fiitwi- i Kaj I rji vj - irttBv CLOTHING Childrens suits ed suits rays cloth double breast125 to 175 Â¬ 1 AJi Hi ONE i1 men 1 Furnismngs Mens gray undershirts drawers only 98 cents a suit and Childrens all wool cheviott suits black blue and fancy colors 3 to Free Gratis for Nothing Wrights Hygienic only S Mens undershirts and drawers 2 a suit Mens Jaros shirts and drawers to 10 Childrens dress suits tricots and fancy worsteds 48 Boys long pants suits to 19 rays cloth 3 to clays 5 to For the next thirty days beginning November 17fch we will give to every cash purchaser of 15 WORTH OF GOODS in our store a first class correct time keeping a suit Mens working shirts 25 to 75 ages 5 13 All wool fancy cheviott suits ages 13 to 19 5 to 7 Boys black suits ages 13 to 19 and blue dress 8 to 5i5 Mens suits all wool cassimere Stem - Winding Watch - i 4 Mens 4 ply collars latest style only 10 cents Mens Stetson and Dunlap hats 350 to 450 Mens best jeans pants only 99 LCI I IS KWVS iT Mens fur caps Mens smoking dressing gowns 1 to 2 m and SRI mm 4 750 to 8 15 Black and blue cheviott suits to 18 clays This does NOT mean that we have increased the price of a single Mens fancy worsteds 10 to 25 tricots etc article in our store but it DOES mean that we need cash and appreciate a good customer Â¬ to 750 W Childrens overcoats Boys overcoats 75 cents and wish to emphasize the fact that we do When you can beat these prices then we will be like the boy the calf ran over jackets onlyi5 12 Japanese house cat lap robes 50 up to 50 and rw Fur rugs 4 7 Mens heavy gloves 75 cents up to m 25 J52 2 to 10 nji lllanc t inilflf mifirtA ailU JU HM13 XJI rst uMi 31UVR sv Mens overcoats 3 to 30 Mens fancy neckwear 50 and 75 cents all styles 25 four-in-han- 35 tecks We show the largest line ever before displayed here Mens best jeans pants only 99 Mens fine cassimers pants up to 7 2 SHOES SHOES SHOES Mens latest style caps 25 50 and 75 cents Mens mackintoshes to 18 cents 350 up We have simply thrown the bars down and say to you come and take them only leave us the first This is the greatest slaughter of all Just think of it Many styles at one half cost price price cost fine hand sewed 5 shoes only 3 and a WATCH THROWN IN Bernards m Mens rubber coats and slickers 50 150 to 250 CRXJXCHER this church the second and fourth Saturday and Sunday in each It looks as month Winter Snow Close Observer though winter had come indeed Dry and cold is the program Orders Solicited Mrs W D Duncan is still con fined to her room Connected with the Ladies So- The election is over Visiting ciety of the South ern Presbyterian is the programme at present Chuich is an ex change held at Mr W B Bri dgeford s every S N Moore of Jefifersonville Call and see their Saturday Indiana was in our community fancy work before getting Christ He proposes moving mas gifts Miss Maggie Russell last week to the vicinity of Pleasant Ridge Kenyon Hotel wi 11 fill all orderb in the near future for fancy cooking any day in the has re week Mrs Fannie Idrington turned to her home near Peytona after a visit of several weeks to To MuVhvilJe and llicliiuond via the Midland Defoe Gru bridge and this com- ST ARKS Dandruff Kills Ij SOUTH Lv Lexington Zllpah IiOUISVIIiTE TOBACCO MAR Â¬ KET DURRETT FURNISHED BY GLOVER LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Wik N TIME TABLE A the Hair M A M P M PM No 88 No 17 No 19 No 21 Â¬ Â¬ New Castle Ky have moved to C W Perkins vacant house in this vicinity Wood sawing at Mrs Rintha social Cooks to day Saturday to night Mrs John Fishback was the For a pain in the side or chest guest of Mrs Margaret Jones on there is nothing so good as a piece of flannel dampened with Chamberlains Monday Pain Balm and bound over the seat of This is the hog killing season pain It affords prompt and per ma EVERYONE nent relief and if used in time will JEnt and be merry often prevent a cold from resulting Miss Lula li Moore is paying in pneumonia This same treatment sale sure an extended visit to her sister is a Phil cure for lame back For Side Carpenner South by Mrs J C Deakins of the Chris Druggist 1 iiiiiinlated HuKtir 2 pounds tiansburg vicinity XXXXCoflee2 packages For school books and school Aibuckle Lion mid jtr bill ttl Ilcst Pittent Hour The election passed off quietly supplies call at Best Leal Lard 11 pounds Best Meat T pound at Jacksonville piecinct No land Meagher Best Side Meat per pound Marshalls Common fiieen Tim per pound slide struck the proud old county 6 tf ood ivetii Tea per pound ioodGieenCollMi per pound of Shelby The voters of this 3 Hest Autumn outing excursion via Hest Tomatoes oncans gallon precinct marched with uplilted Klre proof ptr Ciescent Sunday heads and cast their ballots in a the Queen to Cinsolid mass for the Democratic November 18th Only Else in Ask agent One hundred ballots cinnati and return nominees for particulars were cast 99 Democratic and Republican Go to Cincinnati Sunday the OARBNEII Mrs Bettie Moore visited the iSh Autumn outing excursion family of John Samples this week only C 641 Corner Cross and Murray round trip via Q munity Jasper Hammons and family of of the crop of 1893 ou our market to this date amount to 143864 hhds We have had another week of low prices for old burley tobacco not beinpjable to report any improve- Â¬ fed s ment for any grade The sales of vTl l new burley this years crop on our market amount to 110 hhds the high est price thus far realized being 14 GLEANS THE per hundred The following quotations fairly rep- Â¬ SCAIP AND EN resent our market for burley to- Â¬ LIVENS THE bacco 1893 crop Trash dark or damaged 2 uuti3 00 For tobacco Sale by All 00 Common Colory trash 3 00 Commencing Nov 19th Mid Medium to good colory Druggists 00 trash land train No 3 leaving Frankfort Common lugs not colory 4 00 tfli 10 ly TltADK MUtK 3 50 50 at 4 p m and Georgetown at 445 Common Colory lugs 4 50 00 will make close connection with Medium to goou coiory 6 00 7 50 lugs K C trains at Paris for Maysville 8 50 Common to medium leaf 6 50 TABLERS and Richmond arriving at Mas Medium to good leaf 14 00 8 50 18 00 14 00 ville at 735 and at Richmond at Good to fine leaf BUCK EYE 18 00 25 00 Select or wrappery No omnibus transfers 7 10 Sales on our market for the week just closed amount to 1133 hhds witK receipts for the same period of 460 hhds Sales on our market since Jan Â¬ uary 1st amount to 145037 hhds Sales JTSMIMffill ABSOLUTELY Yarnullton Spring Station Frankfort Bigdad Pleasurevllle Kniluence Anchorage Ar Louisville Midway M BUFF ivr a Lasninee 1enee Valley 845 777 001 017 025 050 550 1023 617 103 034 1041 641 1115 707 1135 733 1144 715 1219 812 A M TTsi 212 227 235 340 357 425 448 456 520 M 22 615 63 3 HO 3 AS 657 720 751 813 0KS 9 60 8 KM 856 Â¬ JU NORTH Lv Louisville P Mp 433 448 515 542 550 085 4101 PM No 24 1 No 18 No 20 No Ji Bwyu CO Anchoiuid Kmlntnce Pleasurevllle B iRduci MMway Pewee Valley Limraimn 84 850 10211 811 026 73j G20 654 7K5 7 AS 330 40 Frankfoit Sprint SUtlon Ar Lexington 940 9 0 05 Â¬ Yarnullton 1045 1055 1111 1130 1003 758 806 825 855 920 929 046 410 42S 450 456 58i 559 621 644 5 09 No at will stop at Anchorage rfiid Christimidburg for passengers for Lexington and points beyond Nos 17 19 and 21 connect at Lagrange for Oincinnnti Nos 19 and 21 connect t Auohoritre for Bloomtield Branch Hard Times Boys ojnti i CURES NOTHING BUT PILES1 j Look For the Best 1 and CERTAIN CURE known for IS yoaro as tfco BEST REMEDY for PiLSS HimMiiMiimiinrjm fiIAi iJTT A7X It fCUOGCHTS Prepared 2iES fc2CHPacT 1 aMMKM A SURE iiuniisnH wunn MONON ROUTE The Direct and Popular Line to 11 May 12 isEiSWiSNP BEST IN QUALITY nc3 CHICAGO And all Points NORTH and WEST JOST IM QUANTITY Â¬ I 1 Â¬ tojtkfy E 1 hmi vermifuge 20 EVERY WHITES CREIM FOR YEARS Vestibuled Trains Dining Car Services Palace Chair Gars Fulman Buffet Sleepers And Only First Classs Accommodations For Further Information Address Has led all WORM Remedies Imiarnl bf IIUIIAItllSON JIKIIKINK 10 HI BOTTLE GUARANTEED1 SOLII UY AIAj IKVGGIUTM TOlH K Powers received a Rev For Rent Pleasant rooms for unanimous ctll to the pastorate of rent 322 Steele street South Cash Only Indian Fork Baptist Church on Side - Saturdav last This is his second Mrs Walter R Franklin year He will devote his time to 51 tl tfova lm VV SL Bryan CM W 5 Crush D Pi A Buys - -These Goods Mil 12 1 LOUISVILLE KY cuted at this office -r- Job work neatly exe- OR Â¬ Jas Btirker G P A Chicago III f vii ffltsmmn j - uMt BTjrcJanAJiwiiwu UiMkii i j in i vVivji mm ri u suauuuKjwHRjeiiTUiiii - 41 v Jin iij