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NDABOUT GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERS DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advanoe NO 12 VOL XVIII i FRANKFORT KY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 24 1894 Blue Icuus Have yon ever been down tn the back woods of Indiana and attempted to peer into the daily lives and experiences of the quaint J J- A Marvelous Showing The U S Government through the Agricultural Department has been investigating the baking powders for the purpose of inform ing the public which was the purest most economical and wholesome Â¬ Â¬ 1 HARJSTEIH tf -- f J ji rcutw n i The published report shows the Royal Baking Powder to be a pure healthful preparation absolutely free from alum or any adulterant and that it is greatly stronger in leavening power than any other baking powder 8j mt k Consumers should not let this valuable infor-Â¬ mation official and unprejudiced go unheeded ROYAL BAKING 3 kit A DOUBLE BliAZE POWDER CO WbiWTtjlWVifolWKAHilteliVIW 106 WALL ST NEW YORK Two Fires Thursday Morning V A little after 12 oclock Thurs day morning an alarm from box 16 Â¬ i caused byafireatMrJT Larkins i f V w i tf- i- - 7 V residence at the south end of Steele street called the fire department to South Frankfort The firemen throwing had just commenced water when a second alarm was turned in from box 21 caused by a fire at the livery stable of Mr Dudley Baker on Main street The opposite the Capital Hotel department was divided part re turning to this side to look after the Main street fire while the balance remained to subdue the flames at Mr Larkins The fire here was confined to the kitchen and coal shed and was soon under control the loss being about 500 covered by insurance but the fire at the livery stable was a hard fight The building was brick but the roof and interior woodwork was almost entirely burned away The stable was long and narrow running back from Main street to the river bank and the fire was hard to get at and fight successfully but the firemen succeeded in con fining the flames to it though the grocery and residence of Mrs Mary Ryan next door on the west was badly damaged by water There were nine horses in the stable all but three of which were burned together with all the vehicles and harness The three horses which were gotten out were so badly injured as to be almost worthless One of those burned was a fine carriage animal belonging to Mr P H Newman who had loaned him out and did not know he was in the stable where he had been placed for the had no insurance upon her stock ENLARGING THE FACTORY or building The Capital City Chair Company Have Jjeascd All ine Old A Humorous Iiccture Cotton Mill I G Rev W Ferryman of New The Captal City Chair Com- Â¬ will deliver his famous port pany who have been operating humorous lecture at the Baptist their factory in a portion of the Church on December 14 at 730 old Cotton Mill property found p m The lecture is entitled their quarters too small for their Wanted a Mn and is secured increasing business and have leas- Â¬ by the Young Peoples Society of Graham ed from Messrs Choate the Baptist Church the whole premises for three years with the privilege of renewing the HIS CUNNING LEFT HAND lease for six years which will en- Â¬ Gets Tom Lawrence tlio Base able them to enlarge their plant Ball Pitcher Into and give them more room for the Trouble machinery they already have in Tom Lawrence the left handed operation twirler who pitched for the Paris Graham who Messrs Choate Base Ball Club the past season is have heretofore been operating a in jail at New Castle and is likely planing mill and tobacco hogshead to come to this city to reside for factory will dispose of their ma- Â¬ a term of years He is charged chinery and retire from business with having stolen four watches Thanks to Mrs Weitzel from Jeweler Alexander at Pleas ureville whose store was burglar- Â¬ The ladies of the Industrial ized evidence seems School desire to return their The to be strong enough against sincere thanks to Mrs Weitzel for him to warrant the assertion the use of Capital Hotel ballroom that he will do his pitching the for the Chrysanthemum Show next season in the yard of the They feel that they owe much of Kentucky Penitentiary in a zebra the success of the exhibition to About a year ago a her liberal donation of the hand- Â¬ uniform freight car was broken into at some room the heating and Pleasureville and a lot of goods lighting and the many other con- Â¬ Lawrence was veniences in arranging the flowers stolen from it charged with the crime but man- Â¬ for which they are indebted to aged to get out of the scrape in her kindness Many thanks say some way but will hardly be so all fortunate this time Vn Go to Hnrsteins section Well if you never have J For would be worth your while for a it State that has been able to produce such illustrious sons as James Forcoaks iind capes Go to Hartsteins Whitcomb Riley the poet Gen Lew Wallace whose literary works are known in all lands Thomas For gJSJttVn Go to Hartsteins A H ndricks Benjamin Harrison Joseph Arthur the American dramatist and half a dozen others i comforts una Go I to Hartsteins equally as illustrious and well- - or known must be interes ing inA fine opportunity to view deed in a pleasant way everyday inci- - For FiLnnSs of Go to Hartsteins dents and scenes in and about the quaint village of Rising Sun Indiana is offered in Joseph For intanucfamk Go to Hartsteins LJ Arthurs remarkably successful American play of Blue Jeans which is advertised to be perform ed in this city at the Opera House For anCner- Go to Hartsteins next Monday evening Blue is as tvpical of the people Jeans and sayings it presents of the State For wiothSiiSnGro to Hartsteins of Indiana as is the very soil and and horticultural and agricultural growth of Hoosierdom itself to Hartsteins There are in the play a frank and noble young mill owner who mar- ries a quaint and lovable girl named stamped Linen ftn to 01 and Doylies liai tsteins June and various troubles beset both their wooing and early wed- Â¬ ded days through the selfish and bold spirit of a misguided and ForSstCoretsGo to Hartsteins somewhat desperate girl named Sue Eulady A rough uncouth character named Ben Boone is in Slieetlnt8 dna Q t0 Hartsteins love with Sue and Sue in turn in 11 01 Domestics Ben love with Perry Bascom however blinded by jealousy can- not see that Bascom cares nothing por all kinds ot Go to Hartsteins goods for his cherished sweetheart but considers the young mill owner his rival and in a startliniy realistic scene in the third act of the play You will always find the largest varieties and best values at seeks to kil his supposed rival There is an old village band in The Rising Blue Jens called which is most Sun Roarers amusing The costumes worn by its members are as varied as the hues ot heaven Mo 214 St Clair St next door to R K McClure Why Dont You Stop Â¬ Â¬ j I zi W si For9K8Go M I w HflRTSTEIH S These words are very familiar to our readers as not a day passes with out the report of the sudden death of some prominent citizen me expla nation is Heart Disease Therefore beware if you have any of the follow- Â¬ ing symptoms Short Breath Pain in Swollen Side Smothering Spells Ankles Asthmatic Breathing Weak and Hungry Spells Tenderness in Shoulder ahd Arm Fluttering of These Heart or Irregular Pulse mean heart disease symptoms The most reliable remedy is Dr Miles New Heart Cure which has Book of saved thousands of lives testimonials free at J V Gayles who also sells the New Heart Cure 1 Â¬ HMATTERH rrsacB m v3 Pliiiagber 334 MAIN STREET FRANKFORT K Business and Professional Directory CONFECTIONER LAWYERS JOHN R TODD Manufacturing Confectioner 41 St Clair Street WM CROMWELL Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky Will practice in the Also Real Estate Agent Courts ot Franklin and the adjoining counties and will also give special attention to the put Very Slim The official returns of the election held in this State on the 6th instant have been received at the office of the Secretary of State from all the counties and the Dem ocratic plurality in the State is announced to be but 2073 Â¬ A Child Enjoys The pleasant flavor gentle action and soothing effects of Syrup of NEWSDEALER Figs when in need of a laxative and if the father or mother be GUY BARRETT costive or bilious the most gratiNews Dealer and fying results follow its use so that Bookseller it is the best family remedy known 332 Main Street Â¬ Home made Candles Fruits Nuts and Ice Cream chase and sale of real estate collection of rents nndSoda Water In season Cigars and Tobacco claims and the negotiation ot loans Near new bridge W CHINN R Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky Ofllce second Will practice In all State Courts tloor Custom House DRUGS W H AVERILL Druggist Main Street opp m City night Mr Bakers loss on stock and provender is about 3000 with The stable insurance of 2000 was the property of Mrs Kate Mahoney and was valued at 3 coo upon which there was Mrs Ryan 2oocf insurance i - Church Suppoi The ladies of the Southern Presbyterian Church will provide supper for their friends and all visitors at Todds new restaurant near the bridge on Tuesday evening next Nov 27 Supper 50 cents Â¬ and every family should have a bottle on hand Flue Stationery Periodicals ot all kinds Fancy Goods A Hall Â¬ Hough on the Ilabbits PAINTERS general stock of Drugs Fine Stationery a Prescriptions Cigars and Tobacco specialty compounded at all hours 1 Mr Charles M Bridgeford of W B BRIDGEFORD this city and Mr Will Vaughn The Painter of Mt Sterling killed 256 rabbits 10 St Clair Street in six days last week hunting Wall Paper Paints Oils and Glass constantly on near Mt Sterling hand JNO W RWILLIAMS Druggists CO 314 Main Sheet Prescriptions carefully and accurately ailed at alt hours A line line of Fancy Toilet Articles SsHKsmmismMi ftSty immmm Timmrinn HMBBB3SHHHIIHwMlHHHHnSHHpH0 fTTfannniTni Tira mi Vi r JMiJJIfilfuVnt itWoaHUNIHnhnKil f - n utuLAFV- - lvjyi-iJni-- i wlTffVMKmiYr 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HEHS SUITS HATS FURNISHING PERSONAL peals - 85 6 7 88 810 up to 820 GOODS and in BOYS SUITS fact CLOTHING Spider and Fly pa gg g CM of all kinds for Men and Boys tsct isnrwirTcir5arircriEar Br eaaEaEaEaEaEaEaEaEaEaEaEaiiaEaEaEauufiaEyEaEyEyeyESiBaEaEaEiEUEyEsiEUEaEa on business before the Court of Ap Â¬ eu nan HUDSON HUMPHRIES Resolutions of Respect Mr Thomas Jordan and wife who have been making their home in this city for the past year left Tues- Â¬ day for New Orleans MisB Nellie Henderson who has been visiting Mrs Sam D Johnson on Steele street has returned to her home in New Orleans Miss Edmund Kinkead who has been the guest of Mrs Sam D Johnson in this city returned to her home in Lexington Saturday Â¬ Â¬ cnBaBaraBararaBaBnRaisaBaKanariaBBBrtKnrarDBaEanBHBPsaBaisaEiaBBiBnBin EaKyEaEaEaEyEaEaKaEEiEyEUEaEaEBEaEUEaEaEUEaEaEaEUEaEUEUEauaEua JOHN ECHOLS ST JOHN BOYLE CASSELL C TUB not ua BE CJ n em ran hsi BiS i m SBBf 1 lWrtviw Mr Ben Dudley of Louisville was in the city Tuesday Mr Ben T Farmer spent Sunday in Chicago on business Mrs Kate Mahoney has returned to this city from St Louis Hon Green R Keller of Carlisle was in the city Thursday Mr George L Payne went to Pine ville Wednesday on business Miss Nellie Speed of Louisville is visiting Miss Jennie Duvall on Steele street Miss Bettie Mas tin returned Wed- Â¬ nesday from a visit to friends in Lex Â¬ ington Mr Richard Dehoney is at home from St Louis for a visit to his father and sister Mrs P H Newman and children of St Louis Mo is visiting relatives in this city Miss Pearl Evans returned Wed Â¬ nesday from a visit to relatives in Georgetown Miss Annie Herndon left Wednesday afternoon for a visit to relatives in Covington Miss Anita Muldoon of Louisville is visiting Mrs Chas W Saffell on Second street Miss Una Marshall left Wednesday to visit her sister Mrs Otis Ashurst in Georgetown Mr L B Marshall returned the first of the week from a hunting trip to Owen county MisB Mary Browder of Louisville is visiting her sister Mrs W S Saffell on Logan street Miss Hallie Hirsch of Louisville is the guest of Mrs George B Salender on St Clair street Miss Virginia Cooper has returned home from an extended visit to rela- Â¬ Â¬ Miss Helena Weitzel returned Wednesday from quite an extended visit to her brother Mr Louis P Weitzeh in Indianapolis Indiana Â¬ sssn For a pain in the side or chest there is nothing so good as a piece of Dress Goods at Cost flannel dampened with Chamberlains Pain Balm and bound over the seat of To reduce stock before invoicing pain It affords prompt and perma- Â¬ we will sell all of our Woolen nent relief and if used in time will often prevent a cold from resulting Dress Goods at cost in pneumonia This same treatment Sam D Johnson Co is a sure cure for lame back For sale I2 3t by Phil Carpenner South Side Druggist Milliner3 at Cost Misses spring heel shoes from We must close out this stock the lightest weights to the heaviest before January 1st All hats H bonnets feathers and flowers at grades at Meagher Marshalls cost and less thui cost 6 tf Sam D Johnson Co I2 3t Large stock of toys on hand and daily increasing the same The cnliest place to find chil Â¬ Miles Nerve and Liver Pills drens shoes in all styles at lowest Am selling them at bottom prices M Busam prices sas City Missouri 1 2 Act on a new principle regulating Or Sgoo Year by Mall 23 1 St Clair street 4t Meagher Marshall the liver stomaoh ana bowels though H Hon John W Lewis of Springfield 6 tf Dr A new discovery Goodyear Welts in all styles the nerves speedily cure biliousness H JNO A HALDEMAN Bus MoR Congressman elect from the Fourth Miles Pills All fine shoes on C D or E from 525c up All guaranteed bad taste torpid lier piles constipa- Â¬ H M BOB Fourth avenue district was in the city Wednesday tion Splendid for men women and goods at and Judge S J Pugh of Vanceburg width at LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY ehildren Smallest mildest surest Meagher Meagher Marshalls Marshall s Congressman elect from the Ninth 60 doses for 25 cents Samples free at 6 tf district came in on Thursday Both J W Gayles Frankfort Ky 46 ly 9bsbbIbbIIHbsbIIHHbsbHbbbHI tives in Fayette county Messrs G T Church and George Shenkle left Monday for a ten days hunt in Grayson county Miss Cora Sanford of Augusta Georgia is visiting Miss Janie Deho ney on East Main street Mr Frank H Hodges who has been quite ill for several weeks with typhoid fever is improving Mrs Clay Stone of Scott county has been visiting Mrs John H Stew art on Main street this week Mr John C Mastin has been quite ill with malarial fever at his home on Third street bnt is improving Mrs Tbos H Bradley and son Marshall of Georgetown are visiting Mrs Lou Woods on High street Miss Adele Drane entertained Miss Nellie Speed of Louisville and a few friends at cards Thursday evening Mrs J Buford Hendrick and Mrs Chapman Coleman returned Thurs- Â¬ day evening from a trip to Washing ton City Mrs E H Rankin who has been visiting relatives here returned to her home in Oldham county Tuesday afternoon Mr Courtland Chenault and wife of Mt Sterling are the guests of Judge J H Hazelrigg and wife on west Main street Misses Fannie and Bessie Lewis of this county leave noxt week for a two months visit to relatives in Kan Â¬ Paris Tennessee to visit relatives and appreciate his many virtues Resolved 2d Tiiit in the lodge and take a hunt for several weeks room he was ever thoughtful conMiss Todd Saffell gave a luncheon servative and wise making his in honor of Mr George F Stickney counsel of great value to the and bride Thursday afternoon order that in his home circle he Twelve young people were present was kincPand affectionate and that Messrs John T Murphy Lindsay in business he was upright truth Â¬ Hale Stuart Wood Charles Swango ful and intelligent and J W Coleman left Saturday Resolved yi That in this sad for a ten days hunt in Graves county hour of affliction we his brethren Miss Ida Blackburn who has been in F A M sympathize with his visiting Mrs Jos H Lewis in this bereaved family Resolved 4th That these resolucity for several weeks left Monday for her home in Natchez Mississippi tions be spread upon the minutes Messrs Will S and Will B Morris a copy of the same be presented returned yesterday from their hunt Â¬ to his family and that they be pub- Â¬ ing and fishing trip to Reel Foot lake lished in the newspapers of the bringing with them a large lot offish city G Shaefer and wild ducks V A Kaltenbrun Mrs Susan B Dixon of Henderson J E KlRTLEY who has been visiting the family of Gov Brown at the Executive Man100000 People Die sion left Sunday for St Matthews Jefferson county Annually in this country of con- Â¬ Mrs William Cheatham and son sumption Think of it One adult out of every six and yet in the early Master Agnew of Louisville who stages all pulmonary complaints may have been visiting Mrs James Rod be readily controlled by Dr Hales man on Wilkinson street returned Household Cough Cure It is a certain remedy for coughs and colds home Wednesday which if left to themselves bring on Pleasant Mrs E E Hume who has been pulmonary consumption to Tho price quite ill at the residence of her moth Â¬ is take Children like it 50 cents a right only 25 and er near Hoges Station has fully re bottle at P H Caraenters drug b covered her health and returned to store her home in this city Aside from those who interpret Mr Huston D Wood and wife of the regular cast in Blue Jeans Woodlake this county left Monday the famous play which Rosen morning to visit Mrs Woods par- Â¬ will present in ents Rev J M Lewis and wife in quest and Arthur this city at the Opera House Mon Greenville Mississippi d iy night are the old village band The Rising Sun R arers under Cloaks at Cost i the drum majorship of J Malloy We offer our Ladies Misses ana me ceieoraiea loiuiudh quar Â¬ and Childrens cloaks at cost Â¬ Lewis of Belair Stock Farm this county leaves Monday for Mr W J Resolutions of Hiram Lodge This popular and remarkably on the death of W B Robinson successful spectacular production Whereas On the I2th day of will be at the Opera House WedNovember 1894 Brother W B nesday Nov 28 The Spider Robinson who had been a con- and Fly can certainly be classed stant faithful and useful member as a distinct novelty containing as of Hiram Lodge No 4 F A M it does all the latest and best of this city for the past six years things in spectacle pantomime departed this life therefore be it comedy opera and high class vauResolved 1st That while we bow deville Since last season the play has in humble submission to the decree of Almighty God in thus calling been entirely re written and Robinson from our midst scarcely anything remains of the Brother yet we deeply mourn the loss of first text but the name and the In its one who was honored beloved framework of the story and revered not only by the mem new yhapc however it contains bers of this order but by all who more interest humor and proba had a like opportunity to observe bilities for the display of specialties Â¬ Â¬ THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY ROUTE OS W R R ONLY ONE NIGHTS RIDB Ms Limiter MEMPHIS LOUISVILLE TQ IS THE M03T PERFECT SERVICE MEMPHIS VICKSBURG NEW OBLEANS -- AND ALL POINTS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ sumptuous costumes and superb scenery all of which have been supplied in superabundance While partaking of many parts of the drama the Spider and Fly is great in all Nothing on a cheap scale Ins been accepted from an artist to a shoe buckle Considered as a spectacle nothing more resplendent has been seen on any stage for many years No expense has been spared in the costuming and not a shabby or cheap looKing trapping is to be All the materials are said seen to be of the finest while the various colors are rich and so ar-Â¬ tistically distributed that in the successive groupings the eyes of the critical can detect no jarring shade The gorgeous scenery too is enhanced by a series of transformations and kaleidoscopic light effects Ballets marches evolutions piquant pantomime unctuou comedy novel specialties and ill that tend to produce a bewildering effect of beauty and charm have this season been in corporated into the Spider and Fly Â¬ ballets South and Southwest Rates Tickets and all Information furnished bji Ticket Agent of any Railway Co II not address WTrivellng Pass Agent J MoBRIDE Louisville Ky Ky T BLYNOH Generil Passeneer Agent Louisville 1j SODTH Lv Lexington Midway N TIME TABLE A M A M P M PM 61 No 17 NU9 No 21 No Yarnallton Bagdad Spring Station Frankfort Pleasurevllle Eminence Lagrange Ar Louisville Anchorage Pewee Valley 845 777 901 917 925 950 550 1023 617 1032 634 1044 641 1116 707 1136 733 1144 746 1219 812 A 213 227 235 800 383 349 367 425 448 466 620 P M 1B6 ear ear 7 All 8 OP 72T 83 a 81 or M NORTH Lv Louisville Anchorage Pewee Valley P M P M No18 735 811 824 850 926 913 949 No 20 No 22 No 24 Â¬ Lagrange Eminence Pleasurevllle BJgdad Frankfort Spring Station Midway 433 448 516 542 650 635 410 620 664 733 758 846 825 855 920 929 946 7 06 4 Kit S3tf 41 42 6 05 AM 46ft 6 6 OS 10211 1045 1111 536 Ar Lexington Yarnallton 1055 1130 1003 621 649 Wet feet sore throat diphtheria No 21 will stop at Anchorage and and doctors bills Wear our shoes Christiausbnrg passengers for for Lexington and points beyond and be sived Nob 17 19 and 21 oonneot at Lagrange Meagher Marshalls 6 tf for Cincinnati Nos 19 and 21 oonneot a Anohoraire for Bloomfleld Branoh THE BIG FOUR ROUTE Has the Best Terminal Facili ties at Chicago Â¬ Sam D Johnson Co tette I2 3t All trains enter Chicago on the Illi nois Central tracks along six mileB of W H the Lake Front through the most 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¬ H FOR A TRIAL MONTHS SUBSCRIPTION B TO thc m in two blocks of the State and IH Wabash Street Cable Lines and the South Side Elevated Railway Con venient stops are also made at Hyde m mw ww wj Park Thirty Ninth street and Twenty H H THE BRIOHTCOT AND BCST AFTCRNOON Second street Stations Wm M PAPER IN THC SOUTH Magnificent Vestibuled Trainb Parlor Cars Wagner Sleeping Oars Latest Market Quotations Private Compartment Buffet Sleep ing Cars and Superb Dining Oars No Latest State News transfer across Cincinnati to make All thc Local News connections Complete Preas Reports Your ticket should read via the Big Route to enjoy these privileges Four E O McCormiok Pass Traffic Mgr Lirgest Circulation In tho South D B Martin Geni Pass Tkt Agt 30000 AND OVER DAILY Big Four Route Cincinnati O 1 H fn Ei I I wa I H I Hi IV lTO H MiraiF TIHlril H H I I H H I so centsTmonth I H H H - fl H H H H fl I tm 1 - WUBKV KayMSBV HuKiMitf MHilit 1 ill tin BiliitHWn t iTTmrr i h II lllilHI TiWir r inilifcrlrTrtfBiBTMI I iill 1 II II IMMMilMIWlli ft I r JUMiK JS J4llMmt f w ja 1 1 t - w V io a uu Iff kbbwbvvbv aju aaiVBLs vi ifcrt AjsmfrjyjuiJKunii u WX asfiiwmwwiiiiiiiiiii m I I if M W 1M Km A SELBERT TT- - i film PI iEH UmSM JP iuim b Turkey w IjmMljl M W Hut ton ji tt J - JSAl1 H Time but-not-gold Is coming Do you want your turkey on time Do you want everything on time The only way to be sure about the matter is to have one of our eight day Seth Thomas Clocks in your cooking department Then all will go merry as a marriage bell It is a mistake to call the purchase of Jewelry extrava- Â¬ gance Of course we mean the real article not the glitter class Take our Rolled Plate and Sterling Silver Czarinas fashions latest as an illustration They will not wear out in a lifetime They always retain their color and give an artistic finish to the wearer Our seasonable Holiday Novelties are now in all their glory Â¬ i m V OVER A CENTURY OLD THE KEW F F V LIMITED - I IK va I UK w 45 Commencing Sunday May 13th the F F V Limited will leave Cincinnati dailv at 1220 noon Â¬ arriving at Washington at 740 a m Baltimore 900 a m Phila- Â¬ delphia 1120 a m and New Â¬ York 140 p m The train will Â¬ consist of Composite Car Elegant Best Indigo Blue Calico 41 cents ing on in our town I think it Day Coach with Smoking Com- Â¬ Best Colored Calico a Â¬ Virginia in 1790 and was consewould be of great interest to your partment Dining Car Pullman Good Canton Flannel quently 104 years of age being paper to know these things I Sleeping Cars of the latest and Good Bed Ticking I0 the oldest man in this section and wish to in form you that a grand most improved design and an Heavy Yard Wide Brown Cotton 5 perhaps in the State He re- Â¬ social was tendered Miss Gertie Observation Car Emphasis is Yard Wide Bleached Cotton good 5 -- moved to this county with his par- Â¬ Miller Tuesday night last Owing especially placed on the Observa- Good Comfort dark night and high wind Built by the Pullman 2 y2 Yards Wide Sheeting 2V ents when 13 years of age and had to the was not a very large attend tion Car there Company from Chesapeake and This is lowest ever made on these spent the most of his long life here ance still it was a very enjoyable Ohio plans the F F V Obsergoods A large stock of Dry Goods Until within the last year he had affair vation Cars serve their purpose ever known We are expecHng another wed better than any others that have been in good health for one of his years and was able to go about ding in our city pretty soon a gay ever been constructed Â¬ old has As the F F V Limited is the the house With the exception tled widower who on aabout sethis affections sprightly only train having an Observation of Mrs Gravitt who died several widow of Hatton 3 m Oct Car attached it necessarily folyears ago at 120 he is thought to Mr George Young of Mt lows that the Chesapeake and have attained the greatest age of Zion while chopping wood a few Ohio Ry alone has scenery interanyone who ever lived in the days ago mistook his foot for a esting enough to demand an Ob- Â¬ piece of wood and chopped a slice servation Car The F F V Limited county Too bad for you is the only train running through out of it His funeral took place Thursday George Wood is wood and feet from Cincinnati to New York that afternoon and the remains were are feet Never get them mixed enables the business men to transDEALERS IN deposited in the family burying any more business in Cincinnati one day act Two young men from down and New York the next It is ground towards Louisville wrung the the only train for Jersey City Coast hearts of the belles of Beech Ridge resorts which are reached by the Completed tlie Job They attended F F V at dinner time instead of society last week The cell house at the peniten Â¬ a singing in that part of the coun- Â¬ in the evening It is the only train that enables business men to tiary which has been in course of try a short while since A COMPLETE LINE OF Well I reco j 1 will close and transact business in Cincinnati one construction for over a year has so until I get running over day and reach Washington stay for been completed by the contractors with news again I am as ever breakfast the next morning It is RUNNING HORSE GOODS Co and Messrs S C Cryer Uncle Zekes Aunt Lize the most desirable train for New Sinking turned over to the England resorts connections being ALWAYS ON HAND Come and look through our made in the Union Depot in Fund Commissioners The work with the Colonial is well done and is a credit both to entire line cost nothing see lots Washington Meagher Marshall Express running through to Boston the contractors and the architect mar 10 3ni which reaches New Haven 410 p Mr Charles J Clark of Louism jew London 530 p m ville The new house contains Advertised Letters at Frankfort Providence 71 p m and Boston Kentucky The F F V is the 408 cells which will relieved the 830 p m only modern train lighted through- over crowded condition of the old Below will be found a list of adver Â¬ out witn carrying a house tised letters for the week ending Dining CariMectricitv Observation and an k3JTCS AGENTS A new chapel has also been Nov 24 1894 Car erected on the site of the old hos- Lavender Paste Lillard Miss The Washington and Atlantic Co Josey Have pital which is a long needed im- Â¬ Annette Mrs Montgomery Mrs Express also an Electric Lighted a a uarneid Vestibuled train will leave Cincin The improvements Banks Miss Laura Munson H B provement ON MAIN STEET TO nati at 700 p m reaching Wash cost the State 60000 and is Brawner Lonnie Morris Robert ington 240 p m and Old Point Bennett Jennie Moore H S money well spent Berkman Eramer Martin Hon Jas Comfort 600 p m Connection B Bowe Callin is made at Washington with the Bailie D F Miller John 0 Must Take Out License Basement nf the Capital Hntel Crutcher Mrs S Moody Mrs Hatie Boston Express or the Limited A Meredith James reaching New York rbout 900 The Court of Appeals on Thurs- Collet Mrs Wm Rosenauer Frank p m At Norfolk connection is 8They will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a Smith day rendered a decision in which Davis Mr Sam Smith Mrs C J made with the Old Dominion short time C E Frizzell Thomas every druggist is interested It is Green Mr Geo Todd Mr W M Steamship Line reaching New York 300 p m the next day to the effect that in order to retail Henderson Mr Fola Rosa 2Mr Harvey Thompson liquor a druggist must obtain a Hanger Mrs G Robert umbrellas For trunks and A Vance J F 2 valises cheap call on State license so to do The case Leeder James Williams Arthur Meagher Marshall Willis Eddie came up on an appeal from the Whitaker Wm R 6tf Jefferson Circuit Court in which When calling for these letters say Holiday goods of all kinds at court the druggists made a test advertised S B Holmes P M M Busams confectionery 231 St case The lower court held the 12 4t Fruits nuts and cakes of all Clair street law requiring the license to be kinds at M Busams 231 St taken out was unconstitutional Clair street you want shoes of the latest style and at prices that defy competion Will Sell 12 4L We have a great many bargains that we are going to dispose of regard Â¬ Three lots at Thorn Hill all ad less cost Just glance over these prices then come and see the goods but the Court of Appeals reverses of joining for Si 50 cash or will sell and we will prove to you that all we say is positively true Holiday Rates via L X this decision holding that the law them separately at 55 each is constitutional and the druggist Mens and Boys Coarse Boots and Ladies Goat and Grain Button 0 98 F H Mouse On December 4th aud iSth the Shoes from 125 up 65 Misses Fine Button Cloth Top must have license before he can L N R R will sell round trip Roundabout Office Mens and Boys Fine Shoes from 1 Misses Good School Shoes 75 retail liquor tickets to points in Arkansas and Dont Tobacco Spit or Smoke 50 Childrens Fine Button Pat Tip Ladies Fine Dongola Button Texas and to points on St Louis Tjlfo Away 1 00 Infants Fine Dongola Button 35 Your Pat Tip For fine portraits and platino I M S Ry in Louisiana and And all other goods in proportion A full line of aristo photos go to Matterns to Pecos Valley Ry points in New The truthful startling title of a bcok about the only harmless ouauvntkki Studio where you will find a large Mexico at one fare plus 2 cure if you want to unit and cant Mens and Ladies Rubbers and Overshoes at Lowest Cut Prices use No tobnc Brace up nlcotlnlzed nerves assortment of elegant new frames eliminates nicotine poisons makes weak men suitable for holiday presents lNCI UDINGlALL KINDS OF HATS AND CAPS Fresh candies and holiday goods Bain strength weight anil vigor Positive cure or money refunded your orders early M Busams 231 received daily at Get in Book ut druggists or mailed free Address 204 The Sterling Remedy Co Chicago 45 Randolph H G Mattekn 12 4t St Clair street i2 4t Oct C ly U txmas St New York 10 Spruce St j Â¬ Mr Andrew Webster Passes Dear Editor As Uncle Zeke Away at One Hundred and has been gone quite awhile I Four Years of Age thought I would let you know he nad an old matd aunt wno surMr Andrew Webster died Wed vived him Old Aunt Lize and mesday night at the home of his who wishes to correspond with his son near Swallowfield this coun favorite paper The Roundadout ty The deceased was born in As there is always something go rHMHI H wm - My mr vw Tlx ESr price the Â¬ than cheaper Â¬ J G L RODMAN SON Â¬ Black Hursey Â¬ FE HUPS 232 LTrasr and TROTTING and Â¬ sireet JACOB SWIGERT CO Â¬ IJSCJ Removed From the Batzell Building Â¬ 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Â¬ SPECIAL SHOE SALE FERD C3LAIB JACOBS 2Q4 ST SO Â¬ tob- acco-habit FERD JACOBS St Clair Street v a ml 4 MjHPnfc ii Hfc -- iALr UV M I FRANKFORT mJCAmJLJLjL T am not offering bribes for patronage And working ior a large constituency but do business on this platform Civil service quick servico superior service and I am building on an economical financial policy and I will be service honest Bye bye I will make your purse smile when I quote you prices as the hol Â¬ pleased to interview ou before purchasing and 9 1 web omos 05 A steady procession of new goods are arriving daily and low prices will parade idays are near right through them so be on the lookout A Â¬ Candidate m R esp yours Entered at the post offlce at FrankfortKentucky as second class mailable matter VV L ROUNDABOUT What a Southern Man Thinks of It Mr COPPERSMITH TUB TE WJEIjEIE fi mm r sale Berkshire Boars and gilts now ready for use Can sell them singly or in pairs Also one fine large Cotswold Buck Lamb and one Jersey Bull Calf Oct 27 4t iv Is Wash Crutcher of this sends us the following exQBO A LEWIS Editor and Pub county from a letter written him by tract a friend in Memphis Tennessee FRANKFORT NOVEMBER 24 1894 and asks that it be published as it A Gander Bone expresses his own sentiments ful- Â¬ Mr W M Bristow of Switzer ly The writer Mr D M Haw Â¬ ha sent us in a goose bone from kins was born and raised in the which to make prediction as to Ashland District this State Deak Wash Your recent pa- Â¬ the weather of the coming per with election news received winter but as it is almost entirely You know I have long wanted to white with but one- very slight see Republicans carry Kentucky discoloration upon it expert goose for Kentuckys good The Solid bone prophets pronounce it to be South is broken and it is the We have been dawn of better days for the South a gander bone The Democratic party has been shown one however by Mr U It tried and been found wanting Keenon which he says was taken has been cursed with leaders who from a goose and from the way were either traitors or imbeciles we read it we are to have steadily and Cleveland stands almost alone cold weather all the winter no the only real statesman in the The overthrow of Tam extreme periods but cold enough pasty and other corrupt rings many to satisfy anyone Cold will begin show that the conscience of the shortly after the first of December people has been aroused and and continue until the end of Feb- Â¬ while the Republicans are not ruary with the ground frozen near- Â¬ much better they are not such un- Â¬ Prof Hicks how mitigated asses as the Democrats ly all the time and have not that large capacity ever predicts cold weather and for doing the wrong thing at the storms for December says God right time as the Democratic party only knows whats going to hap- Tennessee has elected a Repubpen in January and that blizzards lican Governor just because the of the corrupand tropical storms will occur people were tired thievery of the Demo tion and So there you cratic party in February Bro Owens had a You take your choice close call in your deestrick and are and you pays your money I have an idea that he had just as Prof Hicks however furnishes a well make his arrangements to diagram with all his predictions stay at home for the Repubs will no doubt give Denny the seat but we give those of Prof G When Old Ashland wants another f Bone straight from the breast candidate she had better go to the Col Blue Grass honest farmer - I have a few fine young FROST s Should remind you that this is the time for Silver Lake Farm t S BLACK WEATHER STRIPS and DOOR MATS COAL HODS POKERS FIRE SETS Which I am offering at lower prices than ever stock of before A large FOR RENT on Versailles turnpike The farm coiualns bO acres and la well sit In grass and suited for dairy purposes Possession given on November 1st 1894 for terms apply to Aug 11 Hardware Cutlery Etc FARM LATELY OCCUPIED BY A V7 Cromwell one half mile enst ol Frankfort tf WM CROMWELL M P GRAY HARDWARE MERCHANT 6ALL0N All marked down to cash basis- - V r DR W I KELLEY 1P Â¬ OF CINCINNATI O will be at the M A COLLINS FOR BARGAINS IN- - I5EI I9B IN LEXINGTON KY Saturday November 24 1894 Saturday December 8 1894 HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without surglcn operation an d wltu little or no pain Hardware Harness Paints Wall Paper Glass Oils Will save you money on Guns and Ammunition Iron Blacksmiths Material Steel Roofing Lime Cement Plaster Flue and Sewer Pipe Weather Strips Coal Hods Cutlery etc 1 Â¬ Â¬ REEERENCES W McKee Hardle Frankfort Ky J A Scott Fraukfoit Ky Anthony Leach Frankfort Ky J T Staten Frankfort Ky V Berberlch Frankfort Ky Rev L P Hulett BenBon Ky A U McUlure Frankfort Ky r J Hughes Frankfort Ky David Moore Benson Ky Jaa M Wlthrow Frankfort Ky DR KELLEYS office and residence is Â¬ The Work of a Miscreant West Eighth streetClnclnnati and where he may be found every day of each week except SATUR DAYS rampniets ueacriuwij mes j uiseases and the mode of treatment sent free to any one W I KELLEY M D by addressing 259 W Eight St Cincinnati 0 CONSULTATION FREE at 259 CORNER MAIN AND LEWIS Nov 10 ly STREETS for instance Â¬ id Some reckless boy or evil disposed person threw a stone through the large plate glass window at the residence of Mr Theodore Wiley on Shelby street Sunday night completely shattering it No clue has yet been found as to the per- Â¬ petrator of the damage but it is supposed to be the work of some as a one in the neighborhood large lot of stones were piled against the front door of Mrs Nannie Duvall a few doors away one night last week If the South Side policeman would make it convenient to drop around that way at night he might be able to catch the yputh who thinks he is having fun at the expense of his neigh- Â¬ Â¬ Isnt Dyspepsia pleasant nor is it necessary Dr Hales Household Tea will cure it We have a great many testimo Â¬ nials from people who say it has abso- Â¬ lutely cured them It is pleasant to take and cost only 25c and 50c a package at P H Carpenters drug b store Hard Times Boys EVERYONE NEW It reduced TARIFIi jl 1 li CIS I H -- I 4 Look For the Best 1 00 Granulated Sugar 20 pounds 45 Arbuckle Lion and XXXX Coffee 2 packages per barrel 3 20 Best Patent Flour 1 00 Best Leaf Lard 11 pounds In Best Meat per pound 09 Best Side Meat per pound per pound 25 Common Green Tea 40 food Green Tea per pound 20 Good Green Coffte per pound 26 Best Tomatoes 3 cans 10 Best Fire proof Oil per gallon Teachers Association prices from 10 to 20 per cent on Holiday Goods and in addition to being sold on the small profit plan for cashr it enables you to buy a nice present for a small price bors m m Programme of the Excutive Board of Franklin Association To meet with Lebanon Biptist Has already arrived from New York for the Racket Store It con- Â¬ DeChurch the first Saturday in tained every thing from a monkey on a stick to a piano Dont fail to cember 1894 at 1030 oclock see the largest display of New Imported Holiday Goods that will be on Song service exhibition on about December 5th at the Else in FroportioD Reading Scripture and prayer J H Burdin Call to order J T Staten Chairman GARDNEB Nov 31m Welcome address BFAtkins 641 Corner Cross and Murray Song service 1 a m The Place and Power C3-0 TO- of the Country Church W C Cash Only Buys - -- ONE CAR LOAD OF PRESENTS kytliig E RACKET STORE -- 1 How can the m - - These Goods Missionary Interest be increased ov Dr Chas Cook who has been lm B F in our country churches practicing in the Ducker Station Atkins neighborhood for several years 1 140 a m Song service has removed to the Forks of Elk 1145 The Reason why every church should have a Sunday horn where he has opened an office UP AS A STRAY BY THE UNDER and will make that his headquarters school J T Staten and R J TAKEN near Farmdale Franklin county one red heifer with a little white under her stomach Shannon The owner will please call prove property and in future Appointment of com- Â¬ pay pasturage and cbanjes 12 m Nov 101m MISS LUCY PATTIE mittee and place of next meeting Change of Time W C Iaylor Cresent change of J H Burdin Queen Committee time went into effect Sunday November 18th Through train Harry Wilson the Postmaster at to Florida and to New Orleans Welshton Florida says he cured a of diarrhoea of leaves Cincinnati 830 a m Lex case hours with onelong standing in small bottle of six I have for sale 2000 A No ington 1 100 a mM arrives Chatta- Â¬ Chamberlains Colie Cholera and 1 CEDAR POSTS For nooga 630 p m Jacksonville Diarrhoea Remedy What a pleasant further particulars apply to must have been to the surprise next morning at 1000 and New sufferer that cures are not unusual Such me on my premises Orleans at 930 a m with this remedy In many instances T N Arnold Evening train carries sleeper to only one or two doses are required Feb 2 tf Â¬ relief It can al to give Jacksonville via Birmingham C ways bepermanent upon When re Â¬ depended W Ry ofGa andS F duced with water it is pleasant to Local train for Chattanooga take For sale by Phil Carpenter leaves 745 a m Blue Grass Ves South Side Druggist Y tibule 400 p m Chas W youVhs winter Mens boys and WITH IM A FARM OF ABOUTon60 ACRES Creek turn ell D P A Cincinnati O provements lying the Glens boots low down at puce three miles from the city being u part Meagher For Marshalls of the old Woodson farm HUGHterms address Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder R AYEkS s 6tf H Cross St Frankfort Ky 4t Worlds Fslr rllghctt Medal Md Diptoas Norl 3- - Changed His Base Taylor 1130 a JOHN DRISCOLL LIQUOfi MEfiCHMT For absolutely pure Whiskies Wines BranÂ¬ family dies c for medicinal and Whisky use 2 Anderson Oo per gallon Older goods at the same low rate 235 Broadway Opposite Capitol Square Four-year-o- ld Stray Notice Ma THE Posts iti m Â¬ May 26 6m Â¬ For Sale YOU WILL REALIZE THAT THEY LIVE WELL WHO LIVE CLEANLY IF YOU USE 4 1 J I Decv16 lT SAPOLIO iyt s 1 m JtttfMSftlt it kmirjmmmmmw m ALiitaUh - U J Js 1 UV -- AIW3D LYHSK Wei pv i Jr v HTk jMk t XBH IHKV n mr I imf H iwjfiHr M I IU h X sk L GARLAND OAKS t3e3 qiltst id ok With Perfect Ash Pan t it BlKBIgiitflbjfo isSBJB yr1 ijlt3 qSEBBBSSSt CALL AND SEE THEM 8U ffi M BlnHBKBiKF JOHN T Â¬ BUCKLEY dant work can be accomplished He should strive to meet every requirement possible and emulate the Saviour in filling the hours with inspiring endeavor Unfet- Â¬ Â¬ iV SB1 v- - ri- lM - - FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT signed to fling a dark shadow over duced customs into families that stant and the painful outcries of him nor to be a dungeon through have turned the children entirely despairing souls fill the air The which he must pass once a week from the Christian pathway It is activities of the chhrch which 24 1894 FRANKFORT NOVEMBER All connected with it was intend- only a species of self indulgence have received the blessings of the ed to be a help and inspiration to that holds so many from the Lord call for the support of the Jesus liord of the Sabbath him in his struggle with this woild second service in the Lords disciples It is not enough to and his aspiration towards the house The evening at home has pluck ears of corn to satisfy natu JSrfifV Roundabout spiritual life It was itself a creat grown into an evening with friends ral appetite but the withered Dear Sir I send you herewith sign sermon that everyone could and those who once would have hand must be quickened The a copy of the New York Observer easily read and all were to learn followed to the place of prayer wanderers must be found on this and request you to publish the from it It was the one day in now tarry for music and worldly day and all the toils of the king following article by Samuel H seven that the physical nature of conversation There is no gain dom of God be prosecuted with Virgin In these days when Gods man reauire for health and but a positive loss to Christian renewed vior The spirit must people are making a move for strength the one day that furnish forces in any community where be active in increasing its strength better observance of the Sabbath ed opportunity for worship and Christians ignore the open doors by an exercise of it It is possiin Frankfort this article sounds was the memorial of the comple of the sanctuary and give their in- ble for one to work to excess and like it was written especially for tion of the act of creation It was fluence in favor of a disregard of really violate the spirit of the day us I wish that every business not to hold man in a slavish su- the hours set apart for worship even in good works but this is man in Frankfort and everyone perstitious dread but was to Spiritual weakness is sure to follow not frequent The danger lies in in fact would give this article a bring hope and encouragement for The healing of the man is an the opposite direction Too many Your friend careful perusal lifes duties So Jesus regarded it indication of the deeds of mercy meetings may be appointed for S C Bull The natural act of that should mark the day It is a the day but there are generally and used it roused the disciples in no way violated time for holy toils in bringing enough to sustain them where all Two acts of the Master the criticism and antagonism of the purposes of the day as it came peace and comfort to a troubled are faithful without burdening any The Sabbath day world If the ordinary activities The world ought to look with un the Pharisees his defence of the from God act of his disciples in plucking the afforded an opportunity for thanks of life are suspended on that day failing expectation for this day ears of corn as they passed through giving for the works of creation if the store is closed and the office because it pulses so much of com the fields on the Sabbath day and the bounties of providence and the shut and the usual demands ig fort and relief along all its chanIt culti- nored other faculties of the being nels Its dawn should be heralded his own act of healing the man blessings of every day for the a withered hand on the Sab- vated the spiritual nature and put should leap to their exercise and by loud thanksgivings with day These men are stick emphasis upon the truth that this demands arising out of the multi good that is sure to be accom bath Its world was not the full sphere of plied spiritUil wants of man should plished before the evening shadows lers for the letter of the law I smote with be heard in their imperative de- fall Every Christian should look no anxious mans interests spirit gave them violations ever recurring blow the idea of ex- mands Gods children may forward to the day not as the only real and thought consciences istence of any kind without God not sleep and fill the day with list- time for spiritual labors but as neither disturbed their nor arrested a moments thought and presented a barrier that could less lounging while want is so con- - the peculiar time when his abun- It is strange that people may be- not be removed to all who sought But it come so warped in their idea of to establish atheistic idea right and wrong may raise stan- did not batter mans cheerful dards that are so far from the nature out of shape nor bandage may pro- his eyes to prevent him from see divine requirements interpretations that are ing the beautiful world in which nounce Its claims were weak and puerile and become he wasphced their own views not austere nor the spirit of more tenacious of Only as than they are of the original its requirements harsh Th is the ten man is removed from the heart command of God It in his com dency of all ceremony to become of God does anything Worlds Tribute to The lips mands appear severe There were rigid and without life when the such recompenses in the service of can repeat words Dr Prices Cream thoughts are far away so the cere- the synagogue in the observance Baking Powder monial observances may be scrupu- of every word of God that they lously observed while the religious all became sources of great re Highest Honors Awarded The satisfaction freshment and power to teach life is ignored by the Worlds Colum that comes from duty done in the obedient spirit bian Exposition It is equally so to day The Sab regard paid to an external duty Chicago 1893 often removes the sense of need of bath is now the Lords day for the any further inspection of life As work of saving rises in so much an individual retreats from God in sublimity above the work of creat spirit he may become more min ing that it carries the worship and utely faithful in the performance rest day with it and with the So there sanction of God It was not in of mechanical duties are religions that consist of cloth- view of a change in the day ings and genuflections but do not however that Jesus performed Such was cures and allowed disciples the control the conduct with the Pharisees in the common privileges of the day in the case time of Christ They paid atten- opposition to the slavish letter of awarded to tion to little things and neglected time but because the early esti the larger and they passed by the mate was wrong and needed corHe knew better tjhan glorious works of the Lord to find rection reman what the day required and fault with a disregard of their The highest award was given on every claim comprising his words and example are like fined requirements superiority in leavrhing power keeping properties purity and The whole history of Jesus keys to unlock the iron doors plainly hi regard for the which prevented access to its shows excellence This verdict has been given by the best jury There are He sustaining blessings Sabbath and the sanctuary eveassembled for such a purpose backed by the recommend was a careful attendant at the syn still certain duties that must be in any way performed but they should be agogue and never ation of the Chief Chemist of the United States Department threw discredit up jx it nor upon strictly reduced to the minimum of Agriculture Washington D C who made an elaborthe duty of attendance on the There should be no excess in the inBut he was not bound wants of Gods children to Sabbath ate examination and test of all the baking powders This by the petty rules that fettered crease the labors of the day The is pre eminently the highest authority on such matters in the nation To supply hunger in necessities must be provided but a proper way was as much a ne these are simple and few and the America cessitv and duty on a Sabbath as strict loyalty of every Christian This verdict conclusively settles the question and on any day and the plucking of disciple to the Masters honor privilege would so diminish the toil of the ears of corn which was the proves that Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder is of any one according to the law of day that much of it would disapMoses was the privilege of any on pear superior in every Tray to any other brand Loose ideas of the privileges of the Sabbath Man precedes the Sab NoTB The Chief Chemist rejected the Alum baking powders tUtiag bath it was made for him for his the day have underminded the to theWorlds Fair jury that be considered them unwholesome nature requires it It was not de character of multitudes and introÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tered by prejudice with clear thought of the privileges of the day with joy in his freedom he should still regard the divine idea in setting apart this portion of time for the use and enjoyment of the spirit in multiplied spirtual activities In the large teaching of this lesson concerning the infusion of the Sabbath with the thought and life of Christ we must not lose suggestion which the incident of the htaling gives as to obedience When told to Chirts command stretch forth his hand the man might well have replied I cannot Instead he sought It is withered to obey and succeeded He recog- Â¬ nized the prwer of Christ and felt its sublime energy Such obedi- Â¬ ence is confined to the physical realm it is necessary in connection with spiritual effort We are com- Â¬ manded to an exercise of powers that we think are insufficient to We are atro- Â¬ meet the demand phied from the long disuse and the demand of Christ startles us but faithful instant attempt at obedi- Â¬ ence will bring the divine help and wonders will be accomplished by these feeble instrumentalities Here we may find the cause of difference between people of tal- Â¬ ent and natural ability and those of lesser powers who however surpass them in spiritual results They The latter obey in fath overcome the barriers in human lives break through the opposi- Â¬ tions in human society push open the iron doors that bar the en trance of disciples to human re- Â¬ If treats and rescue the lost every Christian every church every class would do instantly what Chirst commands multitudes would stand astonished as other multitudes were saved Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ n vl Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ xi vU I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Samuel H Virgin ft Â¬ Catarrh Cant be Cured With local applications as they can Â¬ not 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 Hails Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mu cous surfaces It was perscribed by one of the best physicians in this country for years and is a regular It is composed of the Eresoription combined with the best blood purifiers acting directly on the mucous surface The perfect Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Worlds Fair I M H3GHEST MEDAL Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Â¬ in what produces such wonderful re ults in curing catarrh Send for teaimonialB CO Toledo O R J OHEENEY sola by druggists 76 cesM cmbination of the two ingredient M m Â¬ Â¬ Large line of ladies Rochester and Cincinnati fine shoes at Meagher Â¬ Marshalls Â¬ m m ia Guitar Instruction and Piano Timing J Henry Brady teacher of Â¬ Â¬ the method Pianos latest and most approved First class tuned and repaired For terms references furnished c aoply at 318 Clinton street 45 tf guitar will give lessons in Sax tons celebrated MSM Jl t i t rir MyfllALiVi AJ4A UBr w jVi itiffiiAHU f trj i I iAEffi iiJeSSmslmmmBSSmw milium iaMiiiMUrtaKS3flMKt vHnlpiKtroJlliflHftu0iaHH3fltfiraaPKKWiHUj sraHri iJ imxtb rf tlTtt THfijiW 0FJjliaOfiLlnilJr fITillfri TnTMrlw V Nfr REIjIGIOUS Â¬ Matrimonial L B MARSHALL W A GAINES Baptist Church -- Rev W 0 TayGkayot - VanDerveer The lor the pastor will occupy his pulpit marriage of Mr VV F Grayot of to morrow morning at 11 and 700 the Auditors office and Miss p m Sunday school in the Chapel at 930 Minnie VanDerveer only daughter a m of Mrs Ann B VanDerveer is Christian Church Rev George announced to take place at AscenDarsie preaches at 11 on Spiriual sion Church on Wednesday even Peroor and at 730 on The Chains ing December 12th of Habit Hearn Goin Mr VV G Hearn L 8 MARSHALL S CO Â¬ Â¬ 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 sate at all times fc The Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor holds its monthly and Miss Virgie Goin daughter consecrative meeting in the lecture of Mr Sanford Goin were mar- Â¬ room at 645 ried Wednesday evening at the Sunday school meets at 930 residence of the brides parents near Millville by Rev Hugh Mc Catholic Church Rev Father W E Gorey the pastor will conduct Clellen the services at Church of the Good Johnson Sargent Mr George Shepherd to morrow Low mass at 730 a m High mass W Johnson and Miss Margaret 10 a m Vespers at 3 p m B Sargent were married Wednes Episcopal Church Rev R L day evening at the residence of McCreadythe rector will occupy his the brides parents Mr VV G pulpit to morrow at 11 and 730 as Sargent and wife near Bridgeport usual Rev George Darsie officiating Ouinley Joiinson Mr John H First Presbyterian Church The regular services to morrow morn Quinley and Miss Pearl Johnson ing at 11 oclock and in the evening were married Wednesday after- Â¬ at 730 conducted by Rev J Mc noon at the residence of the Olusky Blayney D D the pastor The Young Peoples Society of brides parents Mr John W Christian Endeavor will hold Johnson and wife on Cross street Thanksgiving service on Sunday by Rev VV C Taylor evening at 730 p m Subject Haunted Thanksgiving and Thanksliving You are invited to be present Â¬ OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant md refreshing to the taste and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys Both tho method ONEJ RlVJOYSI FARM FOR SALE JE OFFER FOR SALE A FINE FARM OF 110 acres situated on the Ge rcetown turn Â¬ pike 8 miles from Frankfort This is very pro- Â¬ ductive land is well improved abundantly sup Â¬ plied with water und Is especially adapted to stock raising The neighborhood is excellent churches and schools convenient and all sur Â¬ roundings attractive Â¬ A haunted house ln tnese practical and un SAN FRANCISCO CAL ronvintlc days is something of a rarity but an LOUISVILLE KY NEW YORK NY Methodist Church Rev F S Individual haunted with the Idea that his all Pollett the pastor will occupy his ment Is incurable Is a personage frequently in met with of medicine pulpit to morrow morning at 11 to cure is Disbelief mildthe ability monomania BLUE GRASS HBBSEB1ES only a form of although In some cases repeated failure to oclock and in the evening at 730 relief from mmy different Sunday school meets at 930 a m obtain almost seem to Justify the doubt sources would Hos Stomach Bitters has demonstrned bpwoitn League convenes at 7 p tetters to overcome dyspepsia constipationIts ability liver and kidney trouble malarial complaints m in the class room and nervousness and its recorded achieve Â¬ ments In the curative Hue ought at least to troubled with either OF AND Southern Presbyterian Church warrant Its trial by anyonealthough his previous A FULL STOCKShrubs FRUIT Fruits ORNA even of the Grape Smiill mentnl Trees Rev L Clay Lilly the pastor will efforts nloe ailments to obtain remedial aid have been fruitless Vines Asparagus and everything usually found witli persistence occupy his pulpit to morrow morning rsedmost obstinate cases the Bitters will conquer at such tin establishment Try us on prices the We do not sell through agents but direct to the planter Catalogue on application at 11 oclock and at 730 p m luccd pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach prompt in Ls notion and truly beneficial in its affects 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 drug gists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Â¬ tem effectually dispels colds head Â¬ aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro with unilUUn mini frame cottage of four rooms and nil other necessary improvements located on Rood turnpike road two miles from irunkfort Is offered for sale This Is verr desirable property RARflFN FARM 0F seven l new FORSALE acres 0F G00D modern improvements 3 is offered nt a bargain LAND 260 ACRE FARM 130 AfTRVN ri with miles from Frankfort FINE LAND WITH GOOD IMPROVE ments situated near Forks of Elkhorn is offered for sale This farm is well adapted to S OFFERED IN A NEW TWO STORY FRAME stock raising or will raise Hue tobacco as well as JL residence 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 paymens to the right part If not sold Immediately will rent at a A GREAT BARGAIN I low figure Â¬ Â¬ This property w I II be sold cheap and on very easy payments only a small cash payment being leuulred with the balance paid weekly 1i1 RAM E Thorn Hill COTTAGE OF FOUR ROOMS AT FOR RENT stieet South TWO STORY FRAME RESIDENCE OF A seven rooms with Lirge grounds on Murray Side TAYLOR AVENUE AND THE offered for sale on easy terms on a good twenty foot street and These lots are adjoin Judge Dianes propel ty BETWEEN 3 LOTS FORJALE property and will be sold on easy payments to thi right party If you are Interested come quick COTTAGES TWO FRMETaylor avenue OF FOUR on This Is w ROOMS good Orchard S Garden Lexington Ky FORSALE A FINE FARM OF 210 ACRES FINELY Lo- Â¬ cated 8 miles from Frankfort on a good turnpike road upon which there Is a brick resi Â¬ dence of 5 rooms u tenement of four rooms and OF THE BEST BUSINESS ESTABLISH 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 profitablo are In fine condition and in order to make a trade This Is a fine opportunity for a man with quick sale will be offered at a bargain capital FORJALE Sunday school at 930 Xotice Oct H F HILLENMEYER 6 3iii tH0 partnership B S Hughes retiring All persons gregations will unite will be held lins and save cost iO 4t havlngclniins against the llrmn please present Thursday morning at 11 oclock at persons who are intnem for payment ami all the il nu Hill please All the latest styles in soft and debted toCrutcher assuming all c ill and settle the Methodist Church Rev D Clay Blacfc contracts and liabilities and settlement of nil Indebtness to be Lilly of the Southern Presbyterian stiff hats at B S HUGHES made to them Meagher Marshalls S BLACK Church will preach the sermon and M L CRUT3 HER Oct 11 1894 the pastors of the other churches will assist in the services will stand thebuslnss Our shoes are way up and our ofWe Blackcontinuelull supply of at the oldcoal at the bst with a S cordially imlte you to call Come and the lowest price We BLACK V CHU ICHKR The usual Thanksgiving services prices are way down and see us Nov Mm see will be held in the First Presbyterian Meagher Marshalls Church and the choir are preparing AV 6 tf some extra music for the occasion Ever since the pastor Rev J Mc She Committed Suicide FRANKLIN CIRCUIT COURT Clusky Blayney camo to us he Ben F HALid aiimk Plaintiff adopted his old custom ho observed s Mrs F C Cone at Paris left chis Ac Defendants while in Albany New York of having letter My husband Forgive me if I SoiJiiA Jacob an order In the ubote cause the By virtue ot cause you trouble but I suffer so creditors of Ben F Hall deceased are hereby services in his own church You do not know what these long notified to pieent thilr cl lims to me proven as required wakeful wretched nights are to me arr 1MB by law on or before theSlitriny ot Junu JOHN HARROO Cut Meut us u Diet and I am so tired darling the pain Special Commissioner F C C Nov 17 4t will never be better It is not easy to One of the convicts at the peni- take my own life but I have been sick so long Goodbye tentiary got hold of a cat yester- I love you your wife my husband This is one Only direct ine betwi day killed it cleaned and cut it of the thousands that gives up instead of using Dr Miles Restorative CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT up then sold portions of it to Nervine and being speedily cured of Shortest ami auleKest Oeweei wretchedness tioto J v Gayle other convicts for rabbit meat tneir get an elegant book and trial Frankfort Georgetown and Paris Car and The purchasers cooked the meat bottle free 5 lisle Haysfllle Cyatkiaai Fal and ate it but when one of them Dr Hales Household Ointment mouth and CsriQgtoB found he had eaten a piece of cat the finest remedj in the world he became very sick and tried to Is absolutely cures It catarrh It cures ASK FOR TICKETS VIA KY MIDLANfNeuralgia and Rheumatism Oures turn himself inside out Piles like magic Oures Salt Rheum TRMNS RUN Br cInTraT STANDARD TIML in the most soothing manner Cures TIME TABLE NOV 18 IBM The Jjoss Adjusted Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Oures Coughs and Colds Can be p M V M A M A No 3 No J No i The insurance companies have taken internally Cuts positive specific TRAINS E13T for pneumonia Bruises Burns 700 A Frunktort 40 100 settled with the the State the loss Chilblains Sores of long standing Lv Summit 4 Oti 11U 706 Lv 7 11 Corns and Bunions are cured quickly LvElKhorn 126 411 in the penitenby the recent fire 718 140 418 LvSwltzer different from nil else superior to all Lv Stumping 4 28 728 200 Mr CJ Clark else it has no equal 25 and COc boxes LV Duvall Ground tiary warehouse 734 484 210 Largo size cheapest Sold at P H Lv Johnson 740 220 440 the architect of Louisville to Carpenters drug store 44G 74B 285 B Lv Georgetown 8 300 LV C 8 Depot 463 765 whom the matter was referred by 0 13 808 320 Lv Newtown 81G 611 386 Lv Centrevllle 516 346 820 the Sinking Fund Commissioners Lv Elizabeth 880 400 525 0 Ar Paris 628 fixed the damage at 4886 25 Ar Paris Junction with pale or sallow complexions m p M A a u PM and the companies have agreed to or suffering from skin eruptions No 2 No i No 8 No12 ST JTBAINSWE or scrofulous blood will find Lv Paris Junction 542 pay the same 4S5 945 G05 Lv Pans C U6H B 16 quick relief in Scotts Emulsion 455 At Elizabeth All of the stages of Emaciation 611 1000 619 Ar Centervllla Fine Farm For Kent 1008 6 27 680 Ar Newtown and a general decline of health J 1018 O S Depot 642 Ar B 1035 645 ArCeorgetown 747 650 A splendid chance is offered to are speedily cured 6 51 1041 800 Ar Johnson 810 1047 6 67 Ar Duvilll renting farmers in the advertise54 703 830 10 ArStainplngKround 7 13 1104 a60 Svltzer Ar ment of Mrs Mary J Dudley 906 1111 720 Ar H thorn 915 1117 726 Ar Summit which appears in this issue All A 1126 735 925 Ar Frankfort N A coiinectHwlth L farmers who are not located for B connects with 0 4 C and L8 O connects with K C next season or who are thinking Notk Nos 1 2 8 478 ana 12 dally except away the pale haggard Sunday sen binulay train below ot changing their farms should takes that comes with General look 8UNDVY TRAINS call on Mrs Dudley or her attor- Â¬ Debility It enriches the blood Wkst Leave GeorKtown 10 35 u in arrive at 11 35 am ney Mr Frank Chinn stimulates the appetite creates FrankfortLeuve Frankfort 215 p m arrive at Enr Geoijjetown 315 p in healthy flesh and brings back The Kentucky Midland Railway and connec strength and vitality For Coughs tlons form the shortest and cheapest ronte to Tourist Jlutes to Florida 111 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Thanksgiving Services All persons who are indebed to The Dissolution Notice regular Thanksgiving services in the old firm of C E Collins which the Christian Baptist Metho- Bro will please call and settle MUTUAL FIRM OF dist and Southern Presbyterian con- either with C E or M A Col- TY Black HughesCONSENT THE day dissolved Co have this Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FOR SALE FORSA LE TWO is very valuable property STORY FRAME RESIDENCE 0F6R003IS Lewis street with lot 53 by 100 feet Tula TWO STORY BRICK REMDENCE OF 8 ROOMS 14 acres of land In Bridgeport This Is good property and Is offered at a bargain L B MARSHALL CO injxnjxorijin annnjxrinn JxriJxrL C 5 I I11 IllllftllUr fin I fa 5 n jLHkn3 ru -- m-F 5 C Kentucky Midland Ey ruirinnJinrinnrinnnjinnjiruTJxruir Â¬ Mantels and Grates 3ruuiJinjxnjariiirLriJUUinnjirinnjij j W Â¬ 1 - JB Why pay A3TjnT STI2BET I I I I ckru innruxrinnjinnnjinnjvuxruTJxruiruiru Â¬ GROCERIES old prices for old goods when you can get new Anaemic Women I i goods at lower prices I WE HAVE EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT Buckwheat Flour Maple Syrup Breakfast Gems Rolled Oats New Oatmeal Rice Hominy and Beans all new goods Cheese California York Cream Pine Apple andEdani and French Prunes French Peas Beans and Largest stock of Olives Olive Mushrooms Oil Shelled Almonds etc in the city Pounds of Granulated Sugar 1 Corn per Can 45 cents Good Salmon per Can packages Coffee 325 Tomatoes per Can E M Flour per Barrel J VJ Â¬ Scotts Emulsion I 2 1M 10 cents cents 8i cents h EVERYTHING ELSE IN PROPORTION 1 Cheap rates and through sleepers to Florida points via the L N R R Â¬ Colds Sore Throat Bronchitis Weak Lungs Consumption and Wasting Dis eases of Children Mailed FfiEE Semi for our pamphlet SottBowneN Y AIIDruggliU 60c and 1 points north south east and west For further information apply to their tgenu or E B WEITZEL C D BERCAW City Tleket Agent Gen Pass Asrt GEO B TURPKR Gen Snpt Ftniiktort Ky J AS HEENEY SOUTH SIDE GROCER K jfe 1 I oct27 2iu w 111 I L i i 4Aitai msw - v j Theology O Kntthly Wisdom Idle bonst A bubble on the billows lossrd I u J An limine reared or hollow brass That hitter iiges scorning pus lis but ti heap of Inime dust And stirred by every wanton Bust For Time and Evolution wane A war upon each pusslng ngp And why should now that power cease And leave secure this age In peace The Present from the Past awoke A likeness from Its parent took And een the Future state mint be Akin to both In like degree And nil deductions drawn In haste And on the circumstantial bastd Must ever ihange ns time not yet Hefore us all the case lias act Judge Ctitfly V So much adverse criticism was made upon Judge Guffy during bis late canvass for the high office of Judge of the Court of Appeals and some of it sinct his election that we have felt it our duty as a public purnalst to make some inquiry as to the justness of these At first criticisms upon him blush it would appear that a man who could be elected to such an office over so justly popular an opponent as Judge Reeves by a majority of 861 votes could scarcely be either a bad man or an The result incomp tent lawyer of our inquires among those who have known him for more than 20 years seme of whom have lived in the same part of the State and others who live here and who have been engaged as lawyers in numerous cases with him in the Appellate Court that those who know him well unhesitatingly regard him as a lawyer of fair ability and a strictly honest man and a good citizen He is to reside among us here at the capital for the next eight years as one of the seven Judges of our highest court and we fetl Â¬ prepared to welcome him ameffig Miss Dorothy Sherrod Miss Lorraine Dreux Miss Sallie Stembler us and predict for him a useful and Miss Jess Williams career on the Appellate bench Â¬ Â¬ antries and funny lines with new music and careful stage setting to add to the attractiveness of the production The plot is as follows Commo- Â¬ dore Joshua Towline retired of the Erie Canal with his daughter Daffofil and her husband Van dcrheyden Knickerbocker starts overland for California but de siring to investigate some land speculations in Dakota stops at the village of Gayville which place is thronged with divorce seekers of every description The Commodore with his puritanical training is shocked at meeting so and receives many divorcees while there a severe blow in the appearence of his son Berry on the scene seeking a divorce from the infant wonder of a dime museum Fan Tan with whom he has been persuaded to go through Meanwhile the a mock marriage dtughter quarrels Commodoreb with her husband and it develops that Vanderheyden Knickerbocker has been secretly married beforedi vorced and isnowpaying alimony ti Mrs Seperate Maintenance This lady is an old acquaintance her father of the Commodore having been a captain in his fleet and he becomes so interested in her tale of woe that he falls in love with and marries her The action is then shifted to New York where the Commodore plunges for pastime into politics with the aid of the Hon Ward Heeler and the last act takes place upon a canal boat anchored off 125th St New York City where the Commodore has gone for the double purpose of securing his election and escaping the payment of alimony to Mrs Seperate Main- Â¬ There are said to be tenance cleverly drawn charac- Â¬ some very terizations in the piece and Messrs Murphy and Canfield are ably supported by a company of first rate talent including Mr Geo Macom Clarence Handyside ber Mr Richard Cotter James Mauley Â¬ Notice The following changes are noted in the Midland time table which took effect Sunday the 18th No 3 leaves at 4 p m ten W McKEE HARDIE DRUGGIST PATENT MEDICINES earlier than formerly will be a regular Sunday There We keep a full line of train from Georgetown and Cincin AND nati at 1135 anc one from Frank Â¬ DRUGS fort to Georgetown and Cincinnati And cordially ask our friends to give us a call at 21s p m It is likely the 4 p m train will not connect at C L GrAYLE C train W McKEE HAEDIE Georgetown with the Q T111121 U for Cincinnati No 7 leaving here at 1 oclock noon will carry passengers for Cincinnati arriving there at 6 p m 11 minutes Â¬ HALLS OLD STAND FRANKFORT KY The Queen and Crescent Itoutc Invites inquiries in regard to Sum Â¬ mer Resorts on its line in the picturesque mountains of Kentucky TenThe line nessee and Alabama 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 High Bridge Cumberland Falls Rugby Rhea Springs Lookout Moun mma and other tain upringvllle Â¬ Â¬ EC1 DONT BUY YOUR na EJ na I RBI g ra na eu pa Winter Boots Shoes - OB Until you look at our stock We invite corresDondence cheer fully giving the information desired tor the purpose ol having you arrange to spend your summer recreation on our line W C Rinearson G P A Cincinnati Ohio quiet points B3 Charming na Low railroad rates mountain homes -- Perfect rest and ra BB BO BO DB A Mans Boot for SL50 B9 oa BB BB net BB CC1 BB ca UOJ nn GJ UB BB Mens First Quality Wholestock Boot only are the BB 200 SON Strong Witnesses Among the thousands of testimoni Â¬ als of cures by Dr Miles New Heart Cure is that of Nathan Allison a well known citizen of Qlea Rock Pa who for years had shortness of breath sleeplessness pain in left side shoulders smothering spells etc one bottle of Dr Miles New Heart Cine and one box of Nerve and Liver Peter Jnquet Pills cured him Salom N J is another witness who twenty years Buffered with Heart Disease was pronounced incurable by physiciaus death stared him in the face could not lie down for fear of smothering to dpath Immediately after using the New Cure he felt betÂ¬ ter and could lie down and sleep all night and is now a well man The Now Cure is sold also a free book by 2 J W Gaxle Or Prices Cream Baking Powder A pin rsn BB Our Wotyi en BB rm B3 ra BB na BB BB and Girls Nnnrmrine Shnpsnn as Shoes for mud and school BB na nB BB BB PI 31 R K McCLURE CB BB na BB na oa ra Boots Shoes Hats Books Stationery carrarcaRacnBarjHBanHEBi - na BB BB as BB b5 mcaRnrcaranaranarrinananaria BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBriBB BrtLI fSBtUBaBRUBBBBBUBBBEiBa YOU WANTTO Deaths Noble son of Mr N I McDaniel and wife died Sunday at the home of his parents in Bellepoint aged six years with This is the second diphtheria afflicted parents have child these lost within the last two weeks Murray Mr Thomas Murray died at his home in the western part of the city Wednesday night His funeral took place from North Benson Baptist Church yesterday morning at 9 oclock Steele Me- - Charles Steele lock keeper at Lock No 1 on the Kentucky river died Tuesday He was for many years a steam boatman on the Kentucky and Ohio rivers Well Bet a Cent You will read this McDaniel It is to call your attention to the fact that Dr Hales Household Ointment is the finest FARM FOR RENT remedy in the world for generalise It takes away pains at once For cuts burns bruises neuralgia and a FARM KNOWN AS THE DUDLEY PLACE hundred ailments one is apt to have THE the city limits of Frankfort on the Versailles pike containing 2bo ncres Is for rent from You want it in the house all the March 1st 1BU5 to March t 1KG The place Is time and after you have once well adapted to general l farming stock raising tried it you wont be without it 25 and tobacco growing and lm advantages for dairy and marketing For particulars apply to Â¬ and 50 cents a box at P H Carpen the undersigned at her residence on Aim street b ters drug store ortoFrunkChlnn attorney 12 Pure Grape Cream ol Tartar Powder GET inSTOifcT THIS OFFERS il4 Â¬ tf Mas MutrJ DuuLvr L IiOUISVIITE TOBACCO MAR Â¬ KET RCHOATE Formerly of Wakefield JcChoate H 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 the assortment is unbroken FINNELL i 1HJRRETT FURNISHED BY GLOVER LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE P V -- V -- i hhds with receipts for the same period of 257 AND hhds Sales on our market since Jan uary 1st amount to 146632 hhds Sales FACTORY of the crop of 1893 on our market to HOGSEIEAD this date amount to 145278 hhds Our market this week has been somewhat stronger on old burley and HAVING PURCHASED THE PLANING MILL tobacco hogshead factory of Messrs we advance quotations on some grades The offerings of the week Congleton Bros I am prepared to furnish embraced 116 hhds of new burley and DOORS SIItNGTFS SASH TURNED 7 hhds of new dark tobacco BLINDS WORK The following quotations fairly rep- Â¬ Births FRAMES sTAIR WORK resent our market for burley to- AND ALL KINDS OF bacco 1893 Bercaw In this city on Sun- Trash dark crop or damaged 2 0K3 00 tobacco day November 18th 1894 to Mr 4 00 Common Oolory trash 3 00 Chas D Bercaw General Freipht Medium to good colory as well as tobacco hogsheads Factory one and n Post Ofllceon blocks 4 00 6 00 half slnre of from patronage Is riser iront trash and Pessenger Agent of the Ken solicited A public 4 50 Common lugs not colory 3 50 tucky Midland Railway and wife Common Colory lugs 4 50 6 00 Medium to good colory a daughter Louise Oldhain FINNELL 7 50 CHOATE 6 00 lugs Sept 2 ly 9 00 Common to medium leaf 7 00 Alimony 9 00 14 00 Medium to good leaf 14 00 18 00 Good to fine leaf 18 00a 25 00 Play goers of Frankfort will be Select or wrappery given a novelty Thanksgiving W A McQuire a well known citi GOOD night November 29th in the zen or McKay unio is 01 tne A FIVE TON FAIRHANK SCALE INover cornl tlon tot therwlth the the production of Herbert Hall Wins opinion that there is nothing as good same and moim pen connected louse For thereto for children troubled lows three act farce comedy croup as Chamberlains with colds or terms apply to HUTU THIMBLE Cough Reme- Â¬ Forks of Elkliorn Ky Alimony written expressly for dy He has used it in his family for oct27 lm comedians Tim Murphy and several years with the best results Eugene Canfield Mr Murphy and always keeps a bottle of it has already won many admirers in the house After having la grippeÂ¬ he was himself troubled with a se here who will remember him as vere cough He used other remedies Maverick Brander in A Texas without benefit and then concluded medicine and to and Mr Canfield who to try the childrens affected a perma Â¬ Steer his delight it soon played the role of Bingo Jones in nent cure 25 and 50 cent bottles for COPYRIGHTS A Temperance Town will as sale by Phil Carpenter South Side CAN I OI1TAIN A PATENT For a opinion wrlto to Srompt answer and an honest nearly Hity years Berry Towline add to the reputa Druggist m CO who have bad In the patent tion he earned then For school books and school oxperiunco concerning businessandCotumuiitcu Â¬Â¬ A llnuilbook of Intlons strictly confidential formation bow to ob Ititeutx Alimony as the title sug- Â¬ supplies call at tain tbem sent free Also a cataloguu of mechan Â¬ ical and scientific books sent free gests satirizes the divorce laws Meagher Co recclvo Patents taken through Muun Marshalls special notlcolntho Hole ntlllc American mid and judging from the success the thus are brought wldoly before the public with Â¬ 6tf out cost to the Inventor This splendid pafT play has just scored in its Wash Issued weekly elegantly Illustrated has by far Uio work In ton engagement Times are hard and shoes are larucst circulation of any sclcntldcsent free tbo does so in a world 3 a year Sample copies Building Edition monthly f i50 a year Hinglo very effective and entertaining cheap at copies 1 cents Every number contains beau tiful plates In colon and photographs of now Meagiiek Marshall way The play abounds in combouses with plana enabling builders to show the latest designs and secure contract J Address plicated situations catchy pleas- uuiw Co- - Hhf voiiK atu bimmuwav 1595 Â¬ Â¬ just closed amount to Sales on our market for the week PLANING MILL REDUGRD PRIGE8 SON greatlv R ROGERS K v 17 Finish For a House Â¬ 109 It dm Innatt 23 90 WHAT DOES IT MEAN the Queen und I FOR SALE KVCT3HRM BHffiiTniiurTA W thorttit It tht Olrfnt Cinilmiitl an LiiiiU n to Ulr miln titfti nenimica flwrtent Cliuinuiti tn Nov tlururt Cincinnati tliorttl tninvhim irk mix milti Itnnto Ii milei t iw to luttiuiufuAtltuu or Jaiknunvills HurMa SOLiD VESTICULED TRANS tttwcennl cf fcufcnic j Int Thrrntn C7 tt Viltiir inlMirT t i icluun lt I u rtmiuiitf ticifi i irr t Knoxtllle nnil i AiKtH NL lilrn t lint t Iituunlft Vw Orleam or h lirive url Al iiLtnti ftluiit I nr i C1M L I n ii IiiIftIIK HhUmii ml ruilr in luiritum i ii ttilutwo j t it Hju i lh w c 1 t3u IriM 1 Oil 1 1 niAin ijv tiii -- Lrtl O Highest of all in Leavening Power Â¬ Â¬ m i l Latest U S Govt Report Baking Powder mmiMmin ABSOUUTELY PURE a mmmm mmmmmmi mmmUbr m- - wt V 4 VwJL - MWmm i riumii iJaKlviaRl uffiEss fz i mmmr BssssssssssssssssaBsssssMBsssBssssBsssHsMBKrBsVv WATCH FREE Everybody i i A HATS For PREMIUM FOR THE GASH rKrP J t UAdnDUItltd UPILI Jot the WATUII i Everybody iW Jt JW fcKnW0WjlfcJWiWi GLOVES tor f Remember the purchase must be all at one No one else but the time and for SPOT CASH cash buyer will get it Crsh is the great lever with us in our buying and we propose to make it Pay cash for your merchandise as so with you do the thrifty and wide awake people everywhere at this day and save money Beginning this WATCH Saturday morn- ing we will offer as a Premium for Cash this beautiful watch and chain good time keeper stem winder and stem setter FREE to every customer who purchases Clothing Shoes etc to the amount of 15 or over ti flAUllssl f We propose to tJj Help you throw oft the old burdens Better goods for your hard earned money and i at Jower prices than you can buy elsewhere is our motto We assure PROTECTION to all buyers of everything sold under our roof by a combination of circumstances our sale now until January will exceed in interest anything we have ever done 3 a 1 It grows out of recent purchases of ed manufacturers sn critic over- - recent purchases of importers dibIktom Handkerchiefs at Childrens all silk Imported Japanese nearly hall price hundred dozen Mens Ladies and JAPAN OVER IMPORTERS put us in possession of these at about half price and you get them the same way too dozen Ladies and Childrens A IUC Embroidered one to four corners Silk Handkerchiefs go for 10 cents real value 25 cents For Mens Fine all silk Japanese Handkerchiefs full size in both plain white and fancy borders for 25 cent- worth and sold at other stores for 40 to 50 cents ZOJ ftr Ladies Rubbers 25 to 50 cents Ladies Arctics 1 Mens Arctics 90 cents to Si 75 Ladies Fine Dongola Patent Tip Shoes only 150 Ladies Bennett Bernard Fine Shoes only 3 were 5 One large lot Ladies Fancy Party Slippers only 2 25 were 4 Sizes 13 to Â¬ 1 MUST CHSH Forks of Elkhom k i c RUTCHER CSS Son Recitation Miss Grace Murray Song Switzer Quartette Physiology W E Parrent Essay Miss Lizzie Hahn Reading Miss Mollie Arnold School Laws Miss Lucv Pattie I mere Suits ages 4 to 14 years only 25 to Si 50 Childrens All wool Double breasted Cheviot Suits 10 styles S275 to 4 Boys Long Pants Suits ages 12 to 19 years S2 50 to 4 coat pants and vest Black and Blue Cheviots Clays Tricots and Fancy Worsteds ages 13 to 19 years 8 to Si Mens Fancy Cheviot Suits all wool best makes only 7 50 3Mens Black and Blue Cheviot Suits 8 to SiS One large lot Misses Shoes only Mens Black Clays Fancy Worsted were 150 to 2 Last seasons goods S to S22 Tricots One large lot Childrens Shoes last seaMens Best Jeans Pants only 99 cents sons last go in this sale at 89 cents worth Mens All wool Fancy Cassimere Pants 1 the world over old style 2 were 5 1 Â¬ SHOES MENS and BOYS OYTTHPC 1 Childrens Double breasted Rays Cassi OUl O MENii OVERCOATS S12 Childrens Cape Overcoats Blue Black and Fancy Dirk Colors S3 50 to 6 Boys Overcoats and Ulsters 3 50 to v 5- Mens Black Cheviot and Irish Frieze 8 to Si 8 Ulsters One big lot Mens Light and Heavyweight Short Overcoats from last season were S7 to S25 go in this sale at S4 to S12 Â¬ We show all the novelties in the new styles in Overcoats Blues Blacks Tans and Oxfords ranging in price from 10 to S2250 Â¬ STARK O C S S 1 CKSH The Great Lever at OUB STORE ROUTE Regular services at Buck Run last Sunday Rev F W Eber hardt preached The farmers are busily engaged Some little In gathering corn 2 per barrel selling Ruling price The cool Weather of past two weeks has caused hog butchering to be in progress The chicken pox still prevails in the Woodlake neighborhood C H Pirrent and wife were in last week visiting Georgetown their son Willie Bro Burdin ministers to his charge at Bethel to day and tomorrow at the usual hours Mr R A Baker is on a visit to friends in St Louis Our school houses and surround- ings at Buck Run and Woodlake have been very much improved Our trustees are hustlers and dont you forget ir The Franklin County Teachers Association for District No I Forks of Elkhorn will convene at the Switzer school house Satur- Â¬ day December 1st 1894 at 9 Following is the oclock a m Â¬ the Cru tcher school house District No Friday evening Novem- Â¬ God be With You Till ber 44 30th 1894 we Meet Again Committee on Program E R In Tjov1uk llemcmhcreiico of Jones Miss Jennie Goddard Miss Annie M San ford Who Died Lizzie Hahn April 23d 1SU3 Committee on Entertainment Wm Gem from the bloom an I the glu me as Mrs Mrs Dr Dawson ioie from the light and tuo otiei r Sudduth Mrs E R Jones Mrs ione from the love that wan closest lioue the B Hockensmith Mrs Resorj On roll fromworldlips that were dear J with its singing the Miss Lucy Pattie honorfd our school at by District No Tuesday A box pirtv will Woodlake a vist last be given at G Dandruff Kills y ia iilk Vf the Hair HAMPiirft ABSOLUTELY HI MDVLS BI6 FOUR BEST LINE TO AND FROM Dftlf- D- OFF CHICAGO Solid Vesttbuled Trilns with Cars Elegant Cooclies Olnlnic Sleeping Cars and latest Improved partment Buffet Sleeping Cnrs tet GUMS THE E Private com Â¬ niagnlMcIently lurnlsned with toilet accessories In each com Â¬ partment Buffet Piirlor Cans Wugoer mt di sj 1 K am w ST LOUIS olid Vest lbuled Trains with Buffet Parlor ojwhes DlnliiB Cars and Wagner Buffet Sleeping Cars aAKUt Jones Attendance of teachers compos- Â¬ On with Its wor and 1U pride But Ill not meet again with my darling In all the world empty and wide SNIP LIVENS AND ing District No I compulsory Under the sod the have laid her Hallowed chamber of All others invited to attend Trus- Â¬ Neer In my aarms Ill fold rest her Or be clasped to her dear loving br retees nd patrons are especially Still nre the teet tha moved ever On errands of mercy and grace quested to be present and partici pate in the exercises also honor Down In Hie gloom und tliu sadness Hidden the dearly loved face Â¬ TK III ast For Sale by All feb 10 Iy Qraists 10SV IN QUANTITY JU TIUDK M UIK BOSTON clnnatl Elegant Wagner Sleeping Curs NEW YORK The Southwestern Limited Solid Vestlbuled Trains with Combination Library Buffet and Smoking Onr Wagner Sleeping Cur Elegant Coaches ami Dining Curs landing passengers In hew ork City at 42rt Street Depot Positively Of the ROUDABOUT C H Parrent Committee Miss Julia Eberhardt of St s visiting friends in our Louis neighborhood Miss Alice French and her sister Mrs Lizzie Eberhardt who have been in North Carolina Jor health the benefit of Mrs have returned home Gone and the home Is o dreary Gone and my heart Is so rent Gone Horn the paths tutt she brightened Aye with a tranquil cotitiut How shall I fare on wltaout htr How reach the end of tne day ilea in vUAUl NO FERRY TRANSFER Be sure your tickets read via BIG JOLR E O MCCORMICK D B MARTIN Pass Truffle Manager ien1 Pan Ticket Agt CINCINNATI shmlows and darkness have gathered Thick oer my desolute way HUStiAND Fail to do Their Duty dreds of lady readers suffer from sick headache nervousness sleeplessness and female troubles Let them follow the example of Mrs H Herbrechter Stevens Point Wis who for five years suffered greatly from nervous prostration and sleeplessness tried physicians and different medicines without success But one bottles of Dr Miles Nervine caused sound sleep every night and she is feeling like a new person Mrs Elizabeth Wheel- Â¬ er Laramie Oity Wyoming who tried all other remedies declares that after three weeks use of the Nervine for headaohe nervous prostration c she was entirely relieved Sold by J W Gayle Trial bottles free 1 Home Seekers Excursions Nov 6th and Dec 4th the Midland will sell tickets to points in the South and Southwest at very cheap rates See agent for further information Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Worldi Pair Highest Award Es Everybody has at times failed to do their duty towards themeslves Hun- Â¬ WORMS vermifuge 20 WHITES GREIM FOR YEARS Has lad all WORM Remedies BOTTLE BICHABD80X MONON ROUTE The Direct and Popular Line to EVERY GUARANTEED1 BT programme Invocation Song by the Association Welcome address E R Jones Response H M Polsgrove Civil Government James H Polsgrove Miss M Arithmetic Piactical L Cotton Song Switzer Quartette History Miss Be sie Haydon Address Col John L Scott Song Switzer Quartette NOON RECESS Miss Mary Harrington of Prrpuwd b MDIC11K CO tOCIS Shelby county in our vicinity is visiting friends Muy 12 ly CHICAGO And all Points NORTH and WEST U Geography Miss Mamie Galla- hue Essay Miss Maggie Downey Trustees and Piuoiis C H Parrent Miss JenArithmetic Mental nie Goddard Â¬ Dr Chas Cook of Woodford county has located in our village Mrs Mary Stedman is quite sick at her home in our town Mr W Cook is quite ill at his home near this place Mr Norman Wilkerson who has been sick during the past week or two has about recovered Mrs Ely and sons of Lexing- Â¬ ton have been visiting the family of J F Goddard this week Mr Houston Wood and wife of Woodlake are on a visit to her farthers family Rev Jas Lewis Greenville Mississippi TABLERSnil BUCKEYE OINTMENT A SURE n rillD I CURES NOTHING BUT PILES Vestibuled Trains Dining Oar Services Palace Ohair Oars Fulman Buffet Sleepers And Only First Classs Accommodation For Further Information Address BEST REMEDY for PILES PrniMdbyllOEAMSOW HID Muy 12 known for 15 years as the and CERTAIN CURE C0ST SUZD BTAll30GI8T8 LOOTS 8L Bryan C P A W C Crush D P A ly Â¬ LOUISVILLE KY Job work neatly exe cuted at this office or Jas Barker G P A Chicago 111 vJ