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V rHE FEMKFORT MOTOJlBOUT lu J LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance NO ni FRANKFOKT KY 1tM SATURDAY DECEMBER 81894 Â¬ 14 An Unfortunate Jjady Mrs TV Official Records Showing the Best Baking I1 V Si Powder The United States Government after elaborate tests reports the Royal Baking Powder a pure cream of tartar powder of greater leavening strength than any other Bulletin U S Ag Dep p 599 ij The Canadian Official Tests recently made show the Royal Baking Powder highest of all in leavening strength Bulletin 10 p 16 Inland Rev Dep time analyzed the Royal Baking Powder and have uniformly found it to be high in leavening power and to be composed of pure ingredients I have from time to H A Weber State Analyst Ohio Hence in practical use The Royal Baking Powder goes further makes purer and more perfect food than any other ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO 106 WALL ST NEW YORK aarstfswsKysBa iUITCE fmiMfnmiMfiTmiMiRTniMinrnuM Sheffer Richardson formerly of this city who went to Chicago last year to take boarders during the Worlds Fair and who has since made that city her home S3 ANOTHER E3 since has been quite unfortunate In the first she removed there place she derived little profit from the visitors at the Fair and rn ra V VATT m since then her boarding house has VU us JL XJ U UJ LIU not paid A short time ago she broke up housekeeping and went to live in a flat storing her furni- ture in the basement of the building One nicht some two weeks ago the house caught fire all of her furniture was destroyed andj she and her mother Mrs Maria Haner had to be taken from a Slightly soiled only 3 cents an ounce third story window by the firemen saving nothing beside the clothing GERMANT0WN YARN they had on When they reached the street below the smoke burst Slightly soiled onlv 10 cents a out the window through which hank A small lot oSPANISH Mrs YARN only 10 cents a hank they made their escape 79 Haner who is advanced in years Boxs Ice Wool only 18 cents a has since been very ill at the home box Mr I T Ris of her ley at LaGrange from the effects Mrs Richardof the excitement son will in a short time go to Nashville Tennessee to reside where she lived for several years All colors onlv 6 cents a hank KNITTING best very She has The after leaving this city the sincere sympathy of her friends YARN only 75 cents a pound and relatives in this city in her A few pairs of fine misfortune 4 UARTSTEIN Bargain Week pad Notice Prices Â¬ ZKPIffiYS son-in-la- w Â¬ Saxony Wool J Will Not Iicavc Yet posed to celebrate the 47th anni- HIS COTTAGE SHATTERED versary of their marriage An Attempt Made to Blow up Over by a Tjoj and Crushed Coroner W S Dehoney went Capt S M Swigert at to Death out Wednesday morning and Lexington held an inquest over the remains A dispatch from Lexington to if u ire V H Tracv who lived when the jury returned the followthe Louisville Commercial of If Lebanon Church in Bald ing verdict Monday states that two attempts b Precinct went out to cut December 5 1894 srs and grubs upon a hillside We the jury find the dead were made to blow up the cor body before us to be that of W tnge occupied by Capt Samuel iSeld on his place Tuesday and about dark a little girl discovered B Tracy who came to his death M Swigert of the Second U S accidental- - by a log lying on the Cavalry and family upon the State his lifeless body lying in the field side of a hill rolling over him College grounds at Lexington she immediate v crave tne alarm Milton Moore On Friday night of last week a in and and neighbors gathered David Hall T Pv Pulliam dynamite bomb was placed near removed the body to the house A bNOOK one corner of the cottage and the From an examination of the Francis Brawner discharge shattered the house ground upon which the body was C M Brawner Early Saturday morning another found it seems that a log was Another Vacancy In the Public bomb was exploded near the same resting against a bush which Mr School place which further damaged the Tracy cut away and being de p prived of its support the log At the meeting of the Board of house Captain Swigert and wife started to roll down the hill The Education on Tuesday evening are both former residents of this unfortunate man had evidently Miss Sadie VV Grant tendered her city he being a brother of Capt started to run out of the way but resignation as assistant teacher In Jacob and Mr Joe Swigert and fell before he had gone ten feet the High School to take effect on his wite formerly Miss Mary Clem He was detached from his when the log which was large and the 31st inst The board will elect mons He was her successor at a called meeting regiment last summer and assigned heavy passed over him horribly crushed and bled profus- Â¬ to be held at the call of the presi to duty as Commandant of Cadets ely as the ground around where dent Miss Grant and the Rev at the State College and has been jhe body lay was covered with A H Lindsey the young Presby very strict with the cadets since lit jtalood One day terian minister who has had charge has been in command Mr Tracy was one of the most of the Leestown Mission Church last week he punished several of and popular the past summer will be married of the boys severely for being ighly respected in the community in on the 2d ol January absent from their quarters afttr gentlemen vVhich he lived and his death taps at night and it is supposed German Club pauses loss to the a great that some of the young anarchists Jbunty as he was a good sub The German Club re organized were seeking a cowardly revenge fiantial and honest citizen lie on Friday night for the season in blowing up the commandants Jas twice elected one of the mag- - and re elected Mr Sam D John- Â¬ house It is to be hoped that the iiph son as President and Mr Sherley would be young assassins will be mtna in tln Rnlrt TvnrK They found and given a I0114 termini d discharged the duties of the Wintersmith Secretary will give their first German in the the penitentiary lce faithfully Capital Hotel ball room on Tues IBThe deceased was a prominent Later The Commercials re- day evening December 13th port turns out to be highly sensa mber of the Lebanon Haptist were ti mal as the explosions urch and on Sunday entertained IfiNiuli Allens Wife only a piece of boyish fun and pastor of the church Rev Tho famous authoress of My Opin- - did little damage and Botsy Hobbotrn Adlsins of Anderson county ions sho owes liar froulom from otatos colds that For fine portraits anil platino icn Mr Adkins left Monday ami general good Insult li during tho winter season to the use of Dr llalos aristo photos go to Matterns rnm tor ins nome iir iracy Household Ointment which she re Studio where you will find a large him piotnise that lo would gards as tho greatest luetlicino of tho assortment of elegant new frames ago Old Dr Halo having boon ljer lrn and take dimmer with him physician years ago gives lior groat suitable for holiday presents Dr the 6th of this month as on conlldoneo in all of bust Halos House Get in your orders early in tho world hold remedies the H G Mattkkn 12 4L d clay Mr Tracy and wife pro- - Sold by JIh Oaiukntiju Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ All wool Blankets TRACY KITjUSD M P Gray has sold out hardware business the impression has gotten abroid that he will leave town in a short time As we stated last week Mr Gray will not remove to Louisville unt next August and perhaps ot unHe is going to re Â¬ til in the fall main right here until then employing his time in settling up his business As Mr his Â¬ Slightly soiled will be sold at a bargain For Underwear Dress Hosiery Cloaks and Goods Capes go to 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ HTSTEIjTS H G Any one who has children will re Ho 214 St Clair St next door to L B Mulford of Plainfield R K McClure N J His little boy five years of age was sick with croup For two days and nights he tried various remedies recommended by friends and neigh Â¬ bors He says I thought sure I would lose him I had seen Chamber lains Cough Remedy advertised and thought I would try it a8 a last hope THE- and am happy to say that alter two doses he slept until morning I gave it to him next day and a cure was effected I keep this remedy in the house now and as soon as any of my children show signs of croup I give it 25 to them and that is the last of it and 50 cent bottle3 for sale by Phil Carpenter South Side Druggist MAIN joicewith Â¬ MATTERS Fkitmuktr 334 STREET Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Worlds Fair Highest Award FRANKFORT K Useful Presents Make your whole family hippy by a present of a Carriage Surry or Huggy Tt J For The Boys - - fill i Â¬ r se Get a Harness Saddle Buggy Robe or Pair of Lcggins Have your vehicle are sure to please them painted and repaired by They 3feJ j Â¬ 1 Dec 8 Cm I feiito sr I -- I W Ml fey r33EHrsrtKnrBrnrisrrraHnK WUUJLJLJWk4UUjUWkUWUIJJlLUUl rrpraEjirarscrmsEarnrcnnn UUbSiUyilUkUVUWiUUUIIkU KkU JUkUUMUUIUJC JlSUUiJUUUUUUUUIUJIi r p an fcU CH IWfc M For men and boys an unusually at- tractive and well assorted stock of FOR SALE Ready Made Clothing Goods CDens We have on hand alarsre stock of first class K il a -- I3U A splendid stock rn in all grades ua EH We want to convert a large portion of these goods into cash during the month of December It will not be our object to make profits but to get money and to do this we offer our goods at mucl ra less than their value IS CI Dens and Boys Hts 8000 b00 700 800 900 1000 1500 Wilson Bros make and worih as much again as we sell them for j Furnishing Caps 25 m i on Mens suits Men s mts MdlS SuitS P Mens Suits 1 Mens Suits Mens Suits Mens Suits Mens Suits en Mens Suits iniiiai Never sold before at less than 50c j ss l So Hultaclieft Usualy sod or si iiimriiiifi 12 colored border Hem Stitchetl l 2c l 2c Silk Mufflers Better than you have paid cents for Silk Umbrellas Walking Cunes Mens Kid Gloves Fine Neckwear Nothing so good ever offered at the Smoking JadietS prices Mens Black Cotton Socks 12 ti II 1 a pj el ml m k m fc ml Office Coats 1250 1350 Mens Percale 2 1 Shirts Dressing Robes El Eta CQtI Some stores sell them for 50c M no kata ma I3H These goods are from 2 to 5 less than their value Silk Suspenders collars and pair of cuffs 100 Kid Gloves GJoves Mens Buckskin Gloves ca ni ca ea Ff prices bottom 4 CO HUDSON HUMPHRIES PERSOXAli Mios Belle Breck of Spring Station who has been visiting Miss Laura Pepper on West Main street left Thursday for Louisville Mr Hugh A Daniel and bride of Lexington spent Sunday in this city visiting his parents Capt G W Daniel and wife on Cross street Mr J Desmond OConnor and bride returned Saturday evening from their trip to Louisville and have gone to housekeeping on Holmes street Miss Laura Pepper entertained her CASSELL IVIcKEE HARDIE DRUGGIST STAND FRANKFORT line PATENT MEDICINES vyuiua2Uuw To be Ro orgaiiized At a meeting of the Democratic County Committee held on MonÂ¬ Miss Fannie Crittenden is visiting friends in Louisville Mr V L Clark returned Thursday from a visit to Winchester Mr E T Quin of Kansas City is visiting his father in this city Mr Carroll Power of Flemings burg spent Monday in this city Miss Nellie V Winn of Versailles is visiting Miss Anne M Church Miss Ora Leigh returned Saturday from a visit to relatives inPaducah Mrs Webster Gazlay of Louisville is the gueBt of her mother in this city Miss Mamie Roche of Paris is visiting her grandfather in this city Miss Janie Dehoney has returned from a visit to relatives in George- town Miss Annie VanDerveer of Hamil- Â¬ ton Ohio is visiting her sister Mrs John Milam Miss Sadie Fogg has returned to her home in Georgetown after a visit to Mrs John E Miles Mrs Gordon Triplett who has been visiting relatives in Lexington returned homeJSaturday Miss Mary Keith Miles has return Â¬ ed to school at Paris after spending Â¬ W HALLS young friends Wednesday evening at I in honor of her guest Miss card Belle Breck of Woodford county Mr E S OHara and little daugh ter Genevieve who have been spending several months with Mrs Robert Church left Monday for Louisville Mrs Omar Wilson and children who have been visiting the family of her uncle and foster father Mr J H Williamson near this city left Tues- Â¬ day afternoon for their home in Aberdeen Ohio Â¬ Â¬ Lieutenant Waterman U S Engi- Â¬ neer in charge of Kentucky river left Wednesday for New York to be examined for promotion to the posi Â¬ tion of captain in the engineer corps of the army Mrs Sam E James entertained at cards on Saturday evening last in Thanksgiving with her parents Mr Caleb M Ledridge has return- honor of her guests Misses Taylor The ed from a visit to his sister Mrs and Monroe of Louisville prizes were won by Misses Ann Anna P Edwards of Cincinnati O Mary Crittenden and Leltie Chesney Mr and Mrs Jos Wallace and and Messrs Stewart McOloy and daughter of Louisville have been Hugh Rodman visiting Mrs Annie Moycrs the past week Mr A A Pliysieiun E Gibbons of Danville Seldom recommends a proprietary A great many use our spent Sunday in this city visiting his medicine Household Remedies both in their sister Mrs R II Gayle on Cross families and in their practice Dr street N L Reynolds of Eureka 111 writes Miss Lizzie Winn of Winchester us that he has had occasion to use Ointment has been visiting her sister Mrs W Dr Hales Household and thinks in several cases of burns it P Dandridge at the Capital Hotel has few equals He writes he has this week also used the Dr Hales Household The German Club will give their Tea in his own fernily and finds it is he do first German at tne capital Hotel on so good that It is cannot afford to pu Â¬ the great blood without it the 13th inst beginning promptly at rifier and nerve tonic Positively 830 oclock cures dyspepsia constipation bilious- Â¬ per ness Mrs Agnes A Ledridge who has age etc H 25 and 59 centsdrug pack Carpenters at P store daughter Mrs R been visiting her d Dress Goods M Hameline of Mt Sterling has re Wet feet sure throat diphtheria turned home Our shoes are way up and our Our stock of fine novelty suits Wear our shoes prices are way down Come and and plain woolen dress goods will Misses Mary Taylor and Annie and doctors bills be sold at cost until January 1st see Monroe returned to their homes in and be saved Meagher Meagher Marshalls Co Sam D Johnson LouiBvillo Monday after a visit to Marshalls 6 tf Mrs S E James 6 tf i4 3t Â¬ day six members resigned viz Mr Ben T Farmer representing the IC OLD Bridge precinct of the city Dr E E Hume representing the We keep a full of Market house precinct James G Brawner Bellepoint C B Hay DRUGS AND Wm Penn den Peaks Mill And cordially ask our friends to give us a call Harvieland and William Cromwell The Crutchers School House first five because they held Federal W McKEE HARDIE C L 1AYLB Tan 21 H offices and the latter because he I will shortly emove to this city to For trunks reside Precinct meetings have Co valises cheap call umbrellas and Sam D Johnson on been called to meet in all the pre Meagher Marshall Oiler for the cincts in which vacancies exist on the 15th of this month to recom- Â¬ For useful Christmas presents mend suitable persons to fill the Buckleys is the place to buy vacancies and the committee will i3 3t meet on the first Monday in Janu- ioo styles of beautifully decorated Notice plates 135 styles of cups and ary for reorganization saucers at the great reduction of All persons who are indebed to Japanese 25 per cent discount The Modern Mother the old firm of Ci E Collins cups and saucers for 5 cents up Bro will please call and settle Has found that her little ones are either with C E or M A Col Â¬ improved more by the pleasant lins and save cost i0 4t Millinery laxative Syrup of Figs when in We offer our stock at cost and Come and look through ourj need of the laxative effect of a less than cost Must close out entire line cost nothing see lots gentle remedy than by any other this stock by January 1st Meagher Marshall and that it is mo e acceptable to Co Sam D Johnson Children enjoy it and it them i4 3t benefits them The true remedy m Dr Hales Household Ointment Syrup of Figs is manufactured by Sptciul Sule of Handkerchiefs the flue8t the California Fig Syrup Co only Tuesday and Wednesday Decem- Is absolutely remedy in the world cures catarrh It cures It A discount of Neuralgia and Rheumatism Cures ber 11th and 12th Misses spring heel shoes from one sixth off will be give on the Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheuml in the most soothing manner Cures the lightest weights to the heaviest above dates Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Co Sam D Johnson grades at uures uougns ana uokib Can bei taken internally A positive BpeciflcB Meagher Marshalls tor pneumonia uuts Bruises burns 6 tf Chilblains Sores of long standing Cloaks Cloaks Coma and BunionB are cured quickly At Cost At Cost Everything in this department aiuerent irom ail eme superior to all elBe 25 and 50o boxetfj Wishing to close out my stock will be sold at cost to close out Largoit has no equal size cneapest bold at P He of millinery I am now offering stock 8 CARPENTERS drug store Sam D Johnson Co goods at cost and less than cost Dont Tohacco Spit or SinokJ Mrs Maggie J Hallnan i4 3t Your Jjifc Away December 1 1894 13 31 1 Christmas Tracts Â¬ Â¬ Thotiutliful want to quit niul ctmj use Brucn up nleotinlzed nervefl eliminates nicotine poisons nmkis weak inr Knin Hirenmn wemni una vigor msitivo cue or money reiunuea f Rook ut druggists or mulled free Addref tub awning iiemeuy to nucago isitiitidnir 81 New York 10 Spruce St A Oct 6 lj uucco tiublt euro mo Btiirtlliit oiwy If Minium you tltlo of u book iiboif IUahartkkd tfl I JtuMifct JCJ- - 4 - I fiBpffiTQ HUBSHUHBSBSXBdCZiiiLiAlBEUA j iwmm990 v Yffk mm J3EHK3Wr2Bi rZMBKt H TWHW85BBIWEfflWHHHHBBJHMPM3S4iaBt 3i It ONDAY XOZ iJCAT BEAUTIFUL I n We Open to the Public Our Grand Display of C3 003DS ARTICLES --- Our Various Departments are Stocked With The -- -- - Prices -- Suitable for Ghristmas Presents it Later - ORNAMENTAL which t -- AND - SERVICEABLE to -- of - -- - will -- - ba -- Impossible -- - - Duplicate - -- - in - the -- - Season M A 8ELBE8T Faust THE LEADtNG JEWELER 283 ST CLAIR STfiEETK- - AMUSEMENTS The attraction at the Opera House Tuesday night Dec n will be a superb scenic dramatic and electric production of Faust given by Mr Lewis Morrison an actor well and favorably known to this city While this performance is not new to us we are promised that it will be given here with an ex- Â¬ ceptionally strong cast and a stage setting superior to anything of the kind heretofore attempted The version of Goethes master- Â¬ piece presented by Mr Morrison is known as Bayle Bernards and it is said to more nearly follow the original poem than does any other This is as it should be for while of course the original could not be used for theatrical purposes it goes without saying that it could not be improved up- Â¬ on porting this pert and peerless little lady will be seen Mr John Queen of minstrel fame Mr Alf Hampton who has become famous for his wonderful imitation of noted actors Mr Charles Allison the comedian Miss Helen Jones Barclay who will make her first ap- Â¬ pearance in farce comedy having previously been with such companies as Frederick Warde and the Miss Marion legitimate actors Riddel principal comedienne with the late Patti Rosa and others including Miss Adale Purvis Onri The piece abounds in pretty music The costumes simply gorgeous production is under the persoral supervision of Mr Frank E Tan nebill jr which alone is sufficient guarantee of the excellence of the The Kid will be production seen at the Opera House Wednes- Â¬ day night December 12th Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Grammar that was veiy profitable and instructive It is at these a fOia ions that we can see ihe methods of teachers put into oper- Â¬ ation history grammar Geography and school attendance were ably discussed by Misses Gallahue Pat tie Daniels and Messrs Robert Graham and Jones Mr Graham gave a short talk on School Exhibits and ured the teacher to follow the example of Mr Jones in putting the work of their pupils in the school room jsLwwxr Best Indigo Blue Calico mSm KestColoren ialico 41 5 Â¬ Tv of P Election Good an ton Flannel Good Bed Ticking Heavy Yud Wide Br wn Cotton Yard Wide Bleached Cotton good so that the superintendent pareirs Good Comfort and trustees can see tnat they be- Â¬ 21 Yards Wide Sheetmrr t long to a busy bee society This is lowest The association passed resolu- goods A iaroe stock of tions thanking the people for their ever known hospitality and the Suitzer quar Â¬ tette for the appropiiate songs ren- Â¬ dered Also to Miss Daniels for a reci- Â¬ Oct C3m tation and to little Coleman DPat tie of Farmdale for his recitation We of Monkeys Conversion predict for him a bright future and we assure him that he has the good will and high esteem of both teachers and citizens of Switzer aA cents 10 3 5 1 - 0 1 the pries Â¬ than made err Goods on these Dry cheaper -- j J or IH m n and JB 2 Ul Â¬ Black Ik Horsey 13 elected the following Wo ofifcr One Hundred Dollars Re officers at the regular meeting on ward for any ensa of Catarrh that Friday evening of last week to tun not be cured by taking Halls serve for the six months beginning Cacirrh Cure P J ClifiNKYCo Props Toledo O t We the undersigned have known January I 1895 P J Ohrtiiey for the last 15 years and Robt believe him perfectly honorable in Chancellor Commander all business transactions and finan Â¬ B Franklin cially able to carry out any obliga Â¬ Vice Chancellor John Fuss tions made by the firm West Truax Wholesale Druggists Prelate H P Case Toledo Ohio Master-at-Arm- s A Wilding Kinnan Thos JJarvin Whole Â¬ sale Druggists Toledo Ohio Joyce Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter Â¬ nally aetiug directly upon the blood Keeper Records and Seals Miss Florence Roberts is the leadand imlcous surfaces of the system Price 753 per bottle Sold by all ing lady and that is saying that Lee a Owen Master of Exchequer C E druggist will Marguerite the part of For Rent Cottage corner of Miss Roberts has Ellwanger be well played Apply Master pf Work W H Wil Broadway and Wilkinson Â¬ made rapid si rides in the pro next door 14 tf fession the past few years The Hams Trustee iS month- - C w Holiday goods of all kinds at rest of the cast which includes M Busams confectionery 231 St Merchant such well known artists as Ed- Â¬ 12 4L They will be installed on the Clair street ward Ellsner Joseph Callahan Large line of ladies Rochester Walter Penniman L J Hall Mrs 4th of January and Cincinnati fine shoes at Nelson Kneass Margaretta Raven TcneluV Assoclution Meagher Marshalls and Lillian Armsby will undoubt- Â¬ edly be found equal to the Swiixck Dec I 1S94 Englih China Dinner Sets ThcFniulin County Teachers several of the requirements at Buckleys roles to which they are assigned Associatio hrld a veiv interesting S850 3 13 and it meeting here to day A number of capable singers are brought before our minds the old Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder carried by the company in order maxim where there is a will A Pure Qrune Cream ot Tartar Powder Only four teachto lend realism to the Church there is a way ers of the magisterial district were Scene present and at first it seemed a failure but with the assistance and rapidly growing children The KM and energy of our County Super It has always been characteristic intendent they determined 10 make derive more benefit from Scotts Emulsion than all the rest of the of certain attractions both in and it a success and we feel that the food they eat Its nourishing out of the farce comedy line to teacheisanl citizens will join me powers are felt almost immedi- Â¬ announce their advent with what in saying that it has been well for ately Babies and children thrive on Scotts Emulsion when no us to be here and that we have might be appropriately termed a other form of food is assimilated been benefited by coming and asso fanfare of trumpets that is an ciating with each other extraagant and undignified form We believe the success of ail of announcement would be made such associations are due to the to arouse public interest The readiness with which its members called upon Kid has revcr indulged in this respond when A very tempting and bountiful manner of advertisement for the dinner was spread by the lovely stimulates the appetite enriches simple reason that such a policy is ladies and good patrons of the dis the bloodovercomes wasting and Mr Jones had ever thing entirely unnecessary in its case trict gives strength to all who take it The Kid has without a doubt comfortable and in good order his For Coughs Colds SoroThroat Bron school exhibits showed that he or chltls Weak Luntjs Emaciation Con the strongest cast ever seen here- Â¬ his scholars had not been idle in sumption Blood Diseases and all Forms Free of Wasting Send for pamphlet tofore in larce comedy Patrice the past month All Druggists E0cand1 NY will be seen in the title roll Sup- He gave an Object Lesson in ScottBowne of Pythias Â¬ Morrison retains in this version the Broken and puts it on the reali tic stage in a remarkably manner The electrical display in this scene reveals many new ideas and startling in the extreme which serve to intensify its sub limity and grandeur The company with which Mr Morrison is surrounded it is claimed is one of the best organizations of its kind to leave New York Â¬ Â¬ Dexter Lodge No 54 Knights Howo ThiaP fine TROT riNG and RUNNING HORSE GOODS ALWAYS ON HAND in -- DEALERS LT sidles A COMPLETE LINE OF - mar 10 Uin 232 Ajrasr stsest CO 1-- JACOB SWIGERT ON MAIN STEET TO Have removed From the Bafzell Building 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Basement nf the Capital Hntnl KSTThey will fill this space with an entire new advertisement In a short time Â¬ Babies If fi 4 L S 55 Â¬ o ML FERD OZAXES ST JACOBS 2Q4 SI1 less of cost Just glance ovor theso prices then como and see the mods and wo will prove to you that all wo say is positivoiy true Mens and Boys Coarse Boots and Ladies Goat and Grain Button 0 OS Shoes from 125 up 05 JUbscs Pine Button Cloth Top Mons and Boys Pino Shoes from 1 Misses Good School Shoos 75 up Childrens Pine Button Pat Tip 50 Ladies Pino Dougola Button 35 SI 00 Infants Pino Dougola Button Pat Tip full lino of And all other goods in proportion L7 Â¬ Scotts dofy you want latest stylo i0Wo have a shoes of cho bargains tnitand at prices thatuisposocompetion wo are going to ot regard irroat many pmuMoll Â¬ Mens and ladies Rubbers and Overshoes at Lowest Cut Prices 1NCLUDING1ALL KINDS OF HATS AND CAPS FERD JACOBS U tMuas 204 St Clair Street VfL i v SM l ED I iNTTOTTlNrCElETa desire to call your attention to the fact that I have the most beautiful collection of Novelties in Gold and Sterling Silver suitable for holiday and birthday presents My stock is beyond doubt the best selected in the city and intending purchasers will surely find it lo their advantage to give me a call as all the goods that I carry are of the highest standard of excellence and the prices that I charge are the very lowest W L COPPERSMITH The Jeweler 08 PHOENIX 227 St Clair St M A L y fe FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT paintings are all from MrSawiers W I KELLEY CALL ON own brush and are sketches made ntered atthe post offlce at FrnnkfortKentucky from scenery on Elkhorn the as second class mailable matter OF CINCINNATI OW111 be at the FOR BARGAINS INKentucky river and other points GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub around this city Go to the sale HOTEL and get a beautiful picture for a FRANKFORT DECEMBER 8 1894 IN LEXINGTON KY Christmas present for a friend Saturday December 8 1894 BEAR SANTA CLAUS Oils Court Day HEMORRHOIDS Piet cured without suraic His Coming Eagerly Ijookccl for Will save you money on Guns and Ammunition Iron Blacksmiths Brought quite a targe crowd to operutlon in d wltn little or no pain and Poor and Neglected Material Steel Roofing Lime Cement Tlaster Flue and UEEEItENCES town Monday and the offerings of Children Should not W McKee Hurdle Frunklort Ky Sewer Pipe Weather Strips Coal Hods Cutlery etc stock on the street were numerous J A bcott Frunkfoit Ky Be Forgotten Anthony Leach Krunktort Ky Prices were fair for the times and J T btaten Frankfort Ky CORNER MAIN AND LEWIS STREETS Nov IC lv It is safe to say that in every a good many sales were made In V Burbericli Frankfort KyKy L if Uulett Benson Kev A H Mctlure Frankfort Ky house in all the land in which there the County Court the will of the ff J liujjhes Frankfort Ky Davlu are any small children numerous late Sam J Shea was admitted to JasM Moore Benson Ky Ky Wlthrow Frankfort letters will be written to Santa probate He leaves his town PR KELLEYS office and residence Is at 2 69 Claus and thrown up the chimney property to his wife and son and bo found every day of each week except SATUR 52E9S1U-L-- Ha AN DAYS Pamphlets describing these diseases the mode every day until Christmas morn a small farm on Benson tq his andaddressing of treatmentI sent free toHany one W KELLEY D by 259 W Eight St Cincinnati O when in the perfection of faith of sister Dr V A Kalternbrun is CONSULTATION FREE which Christ himself said that none appointed executor without bond could enter the Kingdom of God A Herald of the Infant Year but as a little child the writers Clip the lust thirty rears or more from the will run to their trees or hanging represent the eaturr and the segment v WITH IM stockings and expect to find every term of the unbound id popularity of Hostetters A FARM OF 4BOUTon60theACRES Creek turn prnvements lying Glens Stomach Bitters The opening of the year pike three mile frmtliH cty being a part of request fulfilled 1866 will be signalized by the appearance of a the old Woodson farm For terms i ddress HUGH R AYEBS If there is any time in the year fresh Almanai of the Bitters In which the use Dec 9 4t 502 Cross tit Frankfort Ky COLLINS - -- Hardware Harness Paints Wall Paper Glass T Â¬ i For Sale 111 Â¬ Sft r EV K1 self denial if necessary ought to be rigidly practiced by parents it is the period preceding Christmas when every dime and dollar that can be spared will be needed to help dear old Santa Claus provide for the many de- Â¬ mands made upon him by the lit tle ones Though there are many who profess to believe it a shame to impose such a superstition as Santa Claus on the children who is it that can not recall the regret and and sorrow over the dull awaken- Â¬ ing to the truth Memories of that hallowed delusion are cher- Â¬ ished by every one and few there are who would not throw the world and all it contains aside merely to go back as a child and experience the abiding faith and delights of looking forward to the coming of Santa Claus down the chimney But whilst making glad the hearts of our own children let us not forget there will be hundreds per-Â¬ haps within easy walking distance of our homes who without some kindly remembrance from us would never know the joys of a good and generous old Santa Claus Find out now where there is such a poor neglected child and while making purchases for your own select something for that child and take it to it yourself and realize how much pleasure there is in the bright and eager beams of gratitude and joy to find a Santa Claus come at last when Muv Ittin Next Week derivation and the action of this world famous medicine will be lucidly set forth Everybody nould read it The calender and astronomical calculation to be found In this brochure are al ways ustonishlngly accurate and the statistics Illuel rations humor and other reading matter rich In Interest and full of proilt TheUos tetter Company ot Pittsburg Fa publish It themselves They employ more than sixty hands In the mechanical work and more than eleven months In the year are consumed In Its preparation It can be obtained without cost of all dnwgtsts and country dealers and Is printed In Xngluh German French Welsh Norwegian Swedish Holland Bohemian and Spanish Â¬ PI IB S 1 SALE THE KINDERGARTENS The Little Children Seen in Calf Them at Lexington I have a few fine young 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 Silver Lake Farm BLACK nppMC U I jLAI NEW imJL DECEMBER ioth AND CONTINUK FOR THRU WKS Reduced Rates on all Railroads Oct 27 4t Many mothers who have not SPECIAL had the chance to see the working Exposition ATTRACTIONS Every of the new Kindergarten system for little children will no doubt be LEXINGTON KY glad to know that in the Lexing- Â¬ FABM LATELY OCCUPIED BY A W THE one half mile east of Frankfort Manufacturers Exposition on ton 80 Versailles turnpike classes of the little tots will be acres and Is well set In The farm contains for grass and suited dairy purposes Possession given on November shown playing in their facinating 1st 1894 Cor terms apply to h --1 -WM CROMWELL educational games as taught in 1 the schools The system a taught Aug 11 tf in the Public Schools of Lexing- Â¬ FARM FOR RENT ton and in Siyre Institute and It reduced prices from 10 to 20 per cent on Holiday Goods mothers of little ones will be and in addition to being sold on the small profit plan for cash greatly interested as the Kinder- Â¬ THE FARM KNOWN AS THE DDDLEY PLACE on the Ver the city limits of garten system is a beautiful one sailles pike containing 260 Frankfort for rent from it enables you to buy a nice present for a small price acres Is March 1st 15 to March 1st 1896 The place Is The Exposition opens December well adapted to general farming stock raising 10 and continues for three weeks and tobacco growing and has advantages for ror particulars appiy to nairy ana marketing Greatly reduced railroad rates ihe undersigned at Tier residence on Ann street r or to Frank Chlnn attorney m 12 tf Mks Mart J Dudley Has already arrived from New York for the Racket Store It con- Â¬ Mr Ira P Wetmore a prominent tained every thing from a monkey on a stick to a piano Dont fail to real estate agent of SanAngelo Tex- Â¬ t as has used Chamberlains Colic see the largest display of New Imported Holiday Goods that will be on Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in his exhibition on about December 5th at the family for several years as occasion required and always with perfect suc cess He says I find it a perfect cure for our baby when troubled with colic or dysentery I now feel that McCOY my outfit is not complete without a HOWARD Nov 3 1 m bottle of this Remedy at home or on DEALERS IN a trip away from home For sale by Phil Carpenter South Side Drug Â¬ Staple and Fancy Groceries TO- gist Have marked their stock down It to ROCK BOTTOM PRICES for FOR RENT Night of the Tinim m CIS TARIFI ill u Â¬ ONE CAR LOAD OF PRESENTS Â¬ Poor Mans Chance THC RACKET STORE OO TECZ At Again CASH ONLY Having purchased the Hardware ing Paint Oil Wall Paper Saddlery and Harness stock of Mr George L Hannen I can now be found at the old stand where myself and brother did buisness on the corner of Lewis and Broadway streets for In addition to the large 12 years purchased from Mr Hannen stock 1 am putting in a large stock of I will be pleased to see new goods all of my old friends and as many new ones as will favor me with their orders always resting assured I will sell goods in my line as as cheap as they can be bought anywhere in the country C K COLLINS Read the follow- We understand that the probabilities are that the differences between the Â¬ local and foreign stockholders of the electric railway will be adjusted in a few days and the cars may be started again next week A great many people have felt lonesome since the cars notwithstanding they stopped did not ride much but they liked to see them passing along the 2 pounds J E M Flour 45 cents or 325 per barrel z5 pounds Arctic Flour 40 vnitn Arlmckles Lion mid XXXX Coffee 2 packages 45 cents Best Mocha and Java Coffee 3 pounds for 1 Kxtra Jreen Coffee 22ij cents per pound iood ireen Coffee 20 cents per pound trunulatwl Siiwir Hi uounds for 1 Kxiiu Brown tiunnr 21 pounds for 1 Hrown Sugar 22 iiounds for 1 Iiet t New Orleans Molasses 5 cunts per gallon Hit Sandy Sorghum at cents per gallon Tomatoes three H pound cans for 25 cents Dmidrop Corn 1212 cents per can Sterllnu Corn Maine packed 10 cents per can Suar Corn Ucuns for 25 cents or JO cents a JOHN DRISCOLL Four-year-ol- dozen street Kiilc il Water Colors Nov 30 t f 1 Fruits nuts and cakes of all kinds at M Jiusams 231 St 2 4L Mr Paul Sawyier will offer at Clair street public sale a chpice lot of water For school books and school color paintings in the second story supplies call at of J R Todds new building on Mhagheu Maksmails The Thursday December 13th 1 iallon can of Apples 25 cents California IVaches two pound cans 85 cents California Apricots two H pound cans 85 cents not ireen Tea CI cents per pound ood ireen Tea 15 cents per pouui Kojnl Unking Powder 45 cents per pound Evaporated Peaches luuud 121 j cents per pound a ifornia Prunes 3 pounds Jor 25 cents French 1iuues t pounds for 25 cents lenox noiip UDars for 25 cents Everyday Soap 7 bars for 25 cents ood liu sIiih t pounds for 25 cents Hest Kiilslnx 0 cents per pound Best Lear Lard 10 cents per pound Paragon Hums 12 cents per pouud Itreaktast lliioon 12 ceutj per pound Bacon l cents per pound Best Brooms 20 cents each iood llrooms 15 cents each Everything eloe In proportion -- For absolutely pure Whiskies Wines Bran- Â¬ dies c for medicinal and family use d Anderson Co Whisky 2 per gallon Older goods at the same low rate LJQUOfi MEfiCHMT 235 Broadway May 2ti Cm Opposite Capitol Square YOU WILL REALIZE THAT THEY LIVE WELL WHO LIVE CLEANLY IF YOU USE Howard a a McCoy 341 St Clair St DeclClT SAPOLIO KfWWt m lk jLlrSDJ - if V GARLAND OAKS te3e3 oisriLrsr oajes With Perfect Ash Pan CALL AND SEE THEM JOHN T FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT DECEMBER 8 BUCKLEY Â¬ Â¬ 1894 Extracts from Kov B Fay Mills Sermons Delivered in this City We thought that a few of the pithy sayings of each sermon pceached by Mr Mills to this community would be acceptable therefore we offer them i i our columns tifigg SIXTH SERMON Text What do you more than others By their works you can know Christians 1st By personal purity A Christian cannot help being pure The ermine will not soil his fur in the dirt death is preferable A vital difference exists between a Christian church member and a pure person outside of the church 2d By what you do in time of The Catholic servant trouble girl of Mr Mills said Ill weep more I know that if mother no were here she would say Maggie you must put you trust in God She had heard of her mothers death 3d By what they do in time of darkness A little playful joy- Â¬ ous child ran to its father just as the train had entered a tunnel When it emerged anyone could have told who its father was Friends can all tell whose child you are 4th By the exhibition of broth- Â¬ erly love Brotherly love demands fprgivness of injury in the spirit Men may counterfeit of Chirsts honesty moralty and all manly virtues but they cannot counterfeit Christian forgivness 5th By his effort to reform the world into the likeness of Christ That is the Christians business You may as well speak of a heav- Â¬ enly devil as a worldly christian We are here not to follow the fashion but to set the fashion 6th By his power to lead oth- Â¬ Enlightenment and ers to Christ redemption are largely dependent upon our effort to lead others to Christ Wanted The length of a con Â¬ secrated human life for the re demption of others Pray for it friends Â¬ BV SEVENTH SERMON The topic of this sermon How to Lead Christian Life a is Consecrated s A fuller report of it is given for the reason that it was one of the most valuable sermons of the series A fuller report will be given of the one following this which was preached to the children and also thefourteenth sermon which was preached to the men IV believe whosoever he be of you that forsiketh not all he hath he is not my disciple Likewise means in such manner A man begins to build a 20000 house with 5000 and finds that his resources are soon exhausted Resources do not exist in a mans life for securing salvation he must look elsewhere It is easy to lead a Christian life it is hard to lead a life of sin To be a consecrated deciple re- Â¬ quires 1 Peace Entire surrender to Christ is the way to peace 2 Forsaking all father mother riches position and all else The power of hell cannot be overcome Man needs the assist- Â¬ by man ance of Christ With his help man can be consecrated 3d To be a desciple requires the sacrifice of the present appar ent good for the best things of life A rich man desired to purchase a valuable pear He brought all his money from the bank all that he could raise by selling his farms personal property and alt his pos sessions and then found that he still lacked one farthing The pearl was given him because he had given all that he had It takes all there is of a man to be a Christian One with limited power is as acceptable as one with the highest endowment Let him deny himself and take up his cross and follow me if he would b my disciple 4 It requires a person to be spiritually minded to be a consecrated Christian A man with a carnal mind cannot be a Christian To confess means to acknowledge To confess Christ means to say I am in Christ and Christ is in me To deny is to refuse Luther said laying his hand on his heart Martin Luther does not live here Jesus Chirst lives here fjf following A mechanical Christ is insufficent We must not measure to see if our feet are as long as Christs or our steps as his were No no our semblance to Christ must be orgmtc must permeate our whole being Take up the cross Do you It know what the cross means To take up the means death Cluistianjcross means death to self A fireman lay upon his bed the bell rang an alarm but he moved not his daughter shook Papa there is a him crying fire He moved not The alarm which once aroused him to full He activity fell upon deaf ears bu dead So should we was dead Things which once in Christ moved us move us no more when we Kad a consecrated life How to be dead with Christ So Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Text Are you willing to deny your- I give unto God Then fill in beself It is hard to sing Ever tween with all those things you I tried for my Saviour Did Jesus are willing to surrender only He left a throne that once and found that I had to deny himself of glory for his humble place upon make many additions and amendIt was not satisfactory earth unspeakable joy for scenes ments No man ever knows when he of trial He left the association of the begins a consecrated life just what Father for the association with to do He discovers as he grows men he doffed the crown of that all must be surrendered eternal kingdom to don the crown Take up things one by one and of thorns gave up a life with see if they are things which God angels for an ignominious death wans us to give We want heroic mothers like between thieves She said Many ask me how to deny Charles Spurgeon had Charles if you do not Someone to him themselves practically suggests that you write at the top lead a consecrated Christian life I of a sheet of paper this sentence shall appear at the judgment bar I Â¬ A Worlds Tribute ogiv Progress VJ Ar EBBmBPF ij h MS Tbrafflm A Ml t t V Ml T9r yyX Trhmph America Leads the Nations in the March of Progress Among the wonders of the Worlds Columbian Fair the grandest was the exhibit of American products The Ex hibition was in this respect an object lesson of the grandeur and glory of the Republic Among the exhibits from the United States no article of its class stood so high as Â¬ Dr Prices Cream Baking Ponder The Chief Chemist of the Agricultural Department at Washington backed by an intelligent jury at the Exposition found it strongest in leavening power peerless in its purity and beyond comparison in uniform excellence of God and testify against you No mother who ever had such a concern for her child ever lost a son 2 God wants all our posession Tithes and offerings were sufficient in the Old Testament plan The New Testament plan puts in all as the widow did who cast her all into the treasury Some people pray for a Penta cost Pentacost turned in all things into a common fund managed by Do you want that the church I do not at least until we have In the kingdom honest trustees there will be no mine nor thine The church and church members are paralized to day by the love for money If there is an unconse crated treasury in your pocket book you are not doing what you can or what you should for God Worship God with your busi- Â¬ ness Oh That men would worÂ¬ ship God with their business Sacrifice was permitted in the olden times because men could not see the great Sacrafice Hiram Goss was a shoemaker celebrated for his piety A young minister complimented him that one in his humble sphere should be so renowned for his christian My business principles said is not an humble one Hiram I did not sir I let you know intend to offend you said the You did not offend me minister but I was afraid that you might offendjthe proprietor Jesus Christ I make these shoes for Him and I make honest shoes I expect to be judged by these shoes perhaps by this pair My shoes may be better than your sermons When Hiram died his gravestone an nounced Hiram Grrss a shoe maker by the Grace of God I would that there were more like him Lay all things upon Gods altar and let Gods fire consume them That is the way to consecrate your Â¬ selves Gods call is a call not to sacrifice but to fullness not to death but to life eternal A complete surrender of the I will is what God wants Would that some here tc v would die in Christ Admitted the Paota Newspaper editors have to be very eiuvful iu opening their columns for statements But aware that the Dr Miles Medical Co are responsible we make room for the following tes timonial from R McDougall Auburn Ind who for two years noticed a stoppage or skipping of the pulse hu left side got so tender he could not lio on it his heart fluttered he was alarmed wont to different doctors found no relief but one bottle of Dr Miles New Heart Core cured him Â¬ Tlio elegant book 4New and Start ling Facts free at J W Gayles ItÂ¬ tells all about heart and nervous dia 3 bases and many wonderful em Â¬ Received Highest Award At the Worlds Fair The award is a matter of official record Nothing could settle so decisively the immeasureable superiority of Dr Prices over all other powders as the great honor bestowed at Chicago J 4 si3mi mm WaTst iVfciElffH v 7 W t ML HRBv 4PMK Iiis Â¬ Â¬ ytf lftWlltr -- u rai II friends rnl asMt Mtes He had only recently gous into business Baptist Oiumciij Rev W 0 Taylor the pastor vill ccupy his pulpit for himadf and seemed to be prosHis uneril took place to morrow morning til 11 and 700 pering p m Wednesday afternoon from the Suiiday pchool in the Chapel at 930 Baptist Church and was largely a m attended the house being ciowd RKIilOIOUS Svftjpflfcg SPHl MftVml Mat MU L MARSHALL W A GAINES L MARSHA 11 S CO vjMuBMJ W SW Real if ed Rev Goorze VjslflLM aPi Darsie preaches at 11 on Reaping Mr McOuken James Mcin Due Season and at 730 on Hon Queen for many years a resident esty The Young Peoples Society of of this county died at his home Christian Endeavor meets in the lec- in Corsicana Texas on the 5th of ture room at 045 Subject Helps November 1894 The deceased and Hindrances to a Christian Life was born December iolh 1S11 Biti the method and results vhci J N Talbott leader and was raised in Madison county jyrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant Sunday school meets at 030 xnd refreshing to the taste and acts near Richmond in this State and rcntly yet promptly on the Kidneys OATHOLJr Church Rev Father was the son of Joshua McOueen Liver am Bowels cleanses the sys W E Gorey tho pastor will conduct lie came to this county married tem effectually dispels colds licnd the services at Church of the Good Miss Klizi Witt and settled near aelis and fevers and cures Imhittinl of Figs is the Shepherd to morrow Antioch Church being one of the joitipation Syrup kind ever pro Low mass at 730 n m High mass jniy xemedy of its first members of the congregation Miejd plcasiag to the laste and nc 10 a m Vespers at 3 p in of tnat church In 1S75 heremov d t iiMe io ti a stomaeli prompt ir actio- - ard truly beneficinl in it3 Episcopal Church Rev V L to Texas where he lived up to the only from the most McCready the rector will occupy his time of hU death honoied and efuiefs prepared hc iLiiy and ngreenhlo substances its pulpit to morrow at 11 and 730 as commend it respected by all who knew him riar oeellent qualities it the mosi usual lo all and have made Matrimonial oopuar icinedy known First Presbytkrian Church Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50o The regular services to morrow morn Dkntox Ckomwell Mr E P uid SI bottles by all leading drug ing at 11 oclock and in the evening Denton of Bagdad Any reliable druggist who Shelby coun gts at 730 conducted by Rev J Mc may not have it on hand will pro ty and Miss Florence Crom Â¬ euro it promptly for any one who Clusky Blayney D D the pastor well of this county were wishes to try it Do notaccept any in Louisville Wednes- substitute S married Methodist Church Rev F Pollett the pastor will occupy his day morning The happy cou- Â¬ CALIFORNIA HO SYRUP CO SAJ FltAtCliiCO CAL to morrow morning at 11 ple lift immediately after the pulpit KY LOUISVILLE 1EV YORK NY and in the evening at 730 oclock ceremony for a bridal trip to Sunday school meets at 930 a m Epworth League convenes at 7 p Florida and will return about the BLUE m in the class room 20th They will make their future rate and Insurance Ags Christian Cmmcn Â¬ Vtfi Representing a number of the best Insurance Comnanies solicit a share of the insurance patronage Real estate bought sold or leased t gooci line 01 Dotn city and country property for sale at all times OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET FARM FOR SALS h spivMllr I4 adiptod to 111lirlilinrlipiiil I liu mUlii ni oliutit cl urchei and schools coin enletit and all aiir-uuindliiirs uttrncllM MtOlr 110 acre situated on the lluriiLtiiiiii Pi 50 8 nillen trom Frankfort Thlt - very pro Â¬ ductive land Is well Iiaproveil abundantly sup Â¬ tlVAT FOR RENT denoeSIX IOOM street on Cllituii A Â¬ 037I3 ENJOY xrv nvvtfn mn maik FINE FARM OF boatliSlde 50O YUlh PP rt0IS Y0U A RAMJ 5eC0tJ COT- - 8trtft Â¬ plied ultli water and S6OO t- - o runius on L nUY A FRAME COTTAGK OF Aiini Mi in street 260 ACRE FARM I wllti lot 1500 07 by ICO feet SlcSI1 FINE stiClt niNliiy or will nfliPalil IlLK 19ll Iii lili MlH In sltniliM UNI WITH all theicrops on eai iiajniijir rde line tobacco suited lor this climate 7 lllj Jill f ntiiV 4 HOOD IMPROVE-lilt-liymUs of Hlklinm l 1 1 111111 la ttt 31 WK OWER 10R SALE li n FTOR S A TJl1 a tLttlJiru 111 double w cottige as well as on East Minn str et at a barnali franio Will sell I Vr-J- Â¬ i8or JJ PETWEEX T1RAME COTTAGE 01 FOUR J Thorn Hill Thl pioerty and on vi ry eay pimtith onlv pijment bcliM reipiired ultli ihe weekly 1 0F ACIES wrTH UHHULU IMlUll newsFrN cottage of four iramc ROOMS AT rooms and nil other necessary mipiovements be soul cheap lovMtd on good turnpike road two miles from a smal cish Frankfort Is ofieied lor fcale This Is ety balance paid desirable property FORSALE A Â¬ ILaQS adjoin Judge Dianes propeitj TAYLOR AVENUE AND TIIF river are offered for alu on easy term These lots are on a ijood tnenty foot street and A GREAT BARGAIN OFFERED FRAME IL SreMdenco of IN NEW TWO STORY acres of seven rooms and two Â¬ IISS AMIES land at Thorn Hill This propeity Is nicely lo cated fronting on th- - Owenton turnpike and will be sold on weekly pa mens to the right patty it not j oid Immediately will rent at a low llzure t- - i z hi 5 i home at Bagdad where the groom is the agent for the L N Rail- Â¬ Rev D Clay Lilly the pastor will occupy his pulpit to morrow morning road at 11 oclock and at 730 p m Birth Sundny Mhool at 930 Reed In Cincinnati on TuesRev V CTaylor will preach at the day December 4th 1S94 to Mr South Benson Church to morrow W S Keed and wife formerly of All are in- Â¬ afternoon at 3 oclock vited This is an extra appointment this city a daughter this month as he usually preaches How to Become Fleshy there on the first and third Sunday afternoons Dr Miles Nervine not only cures all nervous diseases headache bluts nervous Rev W C Taylor and Rev E S neuralgia prostration sleeplessness St Vitus dance flts and Alderman pastor of Providence nvf tbria but also builds up the body Baptist Church at Woodlake ex- Â¬ 1 am pleased to suy that after yearn of Tirnnnp RilHeKiifr wUU nnrvnnu 1V- changed pulpits last Sunday rtse headache and prostration I ied Tr Miles Restorative Nervlae Dentils uiu in two weens gtwnea eithtpounda in weitrht I could not lie down to uleep but Harhod Miss Usebia Harrod and am stillnow sleep perfectly easy improving wonderfully xlied r- Mf hom of her parents Cannot say enough for the Nervine L B Mtllakc Dunkirk N in Covington on Sunday Novem Mrs One customer used Nervine Y and ber 25th Sie was a niece of any gained fifteen pounds in flesh Mavoury Cortland Bkown Mes-rII Davis and Lonme N Y Trial bottles and elegant 3 Harrod ot this city and has many Iook free at J W feivles lelatives in th s county The lol Aflvertiscel Letters at Frunlcrort lowing notice of her death is Kentucky taken fro n the Cincinnati Tribune Below will be found a lint of adver-Â¬ Seldom has death in our city cause a- universal sorrow as that tised letters for the week ending of Miss Usebii Harrod on last Dec 8 1894 Beasley Mrs Prescot Mr A E Sunday evening Quire Mr Pete Harriet After ony a few days illness Bond John Robinson Miss Nellie Sibie left her friends to go to her Brown Mrs Pauford Charley Pauline Heavenly Home Horn Charlie Slucher Frank Pastor C G Jones conducted Hackley Miss Salyer J W Sanders W T Laura Scbies beautiful tho servic s Thompson Mrs Christian lio at home and abroad Jones Emma Kelley Mr Abe Bftie vi tntirhinK alluded to niflÂ¬ Long Mr A G WaTcer Mr Den nies ihtn the Kings Daughters assist- Lenent Mrs Mary ed by Me srs Clayton and Hills Moore Jas and White Joseph William sang her favrrite sonjfT Yield not W i2t Wash Miss Fan My Jesus as Pointer Isaac nie t to Temptation When calling for these letters say Thou WitVa sun in conclusion S B Hollies P M Among the beautiful floral offer advertised ings were two pieces representing Twenty-live- Cents the grid and sympathy of her girl friends One a large broken Isnt much money but it will buy a euro on finest bottle circle from the Never Refuse earth of the is whatCoughclaim for we That Circle of the Fir t Baptist Church Dr Halos Household Cough Cure and the other a Maltese cross from the what thousands of people have told us Dont neglect a cough It may Kings Daughters Society cost you as many dollars or possibly Bight happy singing Sebie has yourlifo When you feel the first awaktnxl in His likeness but she symptoms go to P H Carpbntkks has left with us the sweet memory drug store invest 25 cents in a bottle of Dr Utiles Household Cough Cure of a Kings Daughter all glorious and euro yourself d within Ho on us Mr Frank II HoIges Guitar Instruction and Piano TllllilHF who has been very ill with typhoid Henry Hiady teacher of J died giiirir will ive lessons in Sav fever for several weeks Tuesday mornin about 3 oclock tons celebrated the method latest and moo approved Pianos at the home of his brother-in-laFirst c ass Mr Josiah Penn The deceased l lined and repairer For tcrms references furnished was the youngest son of the iate CC auply at 31S Clinton street Rev F If Hodges and a young 45 tf man who had made a host of friends The onliest place to find chiduring his residence in this city ldrens shoes in all styles at lowest Evenoie who knew him became prices greatly attuched to him and his un Meagiikk Marsh alIl 6 tf timely death has cast a gloom over Southern Presbyterian Church Orchard Â¬ FINE FARM OF 210 ACRES FINELY L0 V cited 8 miles lrom FrarKtoit on a good turnpike road upon which titers Is a brleli icai 4 FULL STi CK OF FHUIT ANO OHNA- - dence of 5 rooms a tenement of four tooius and This land is A mentil Trees Shrubs Snull Fruits friiin all aother necessarj Improeiiienn lmpravnenu In state of cultivation the Vines AsimriRus nnd crtliliigusutUrfund are lilahline condition and In order to make a In lit Mich an oitabllthnifiit Trv us on prices We do not sell throutjli ijjents but direct to tlie iuck sale will be offered at a bargain liiinter uitaioue on uiiniicntiou A MEGarte Hh UliiLKNMEYEH FOR SALE quick FOR SALE mWO FRVME COTTAGES OF FOUR ROOMS J each on Taylor avenue This Is good iiiopertyaim will be sold on easy payments to th right party II jou are Interested come Oct -- 3iiin Lexiiuton K FOR SALE FOR SALE TWO STORY FRAMK RESIPENCE OFGROOMS Lewis street with lot hi by 108 feet Tiila FRANKLIN CIRCUIT COHtT Is very valutble property F HALLa ADMH Plllllltlir s Sophia Jacobs c Defendants By virtue ot un order In the iibou catisp the creditors ot en t Hull deceased ure lieieliy el dins to ine proven us iiotllled to present tli-Irequired by law on or before the day ot Tuuu- njiiN s haukud urr tutj Special Connnlssloner F C C iv 17 4t qjrnrLnjxriJuxrLrinrmrLiTnju BKN rnWO TORY BRICK RESIDENCE OF 8 ROOMS I and 14 acres of land in Bridgeport This Is good property and Is offered at a bargain N L ARSHALL rrrrmm CO fi i- lt I Formeily of wakelleld R CHOATK s Choate L U FINNELL P iP W5 fib n a na i BBS8EKfepEB TLMim AND MIL e bI - HOGSHEAD FACTORY PURCHASED THE PLANING MILL HAVING tobuiua hogshead factor ol Messrs Congleton uroa I uin pieiuired to furnish DOORS JTinwarej I S1UNG1 KS SASH TURNED BLINDS WORK FRAMES TAIR WORK AND ALL KINDS nnnnnsinr nsiruuuvvviJuinjuuviniiiuuiriiinruvTJVuvinrw - Of ii4 c Finish For a SCouss as well us tobacco hogsheads Factory one nnd half blocks fiom Post Cilice on river trout A share of public patronage Is solicited n and Grates njiruxnjTanruinjanjTTLniruxnnn CHOATE Sept L FINNELL laeili g lv THE HJG FOUR ROUTE Has the Host Terminal lies at Chicago AlarT fST rJulrlrlJUruulnnnJJflxurunrlxuurlJ C E POWER JSittrr 4 All trains enter Chicago on the Illi- Â¬ nois Central tracks along six miles of the Lake Front through the most picturesque portion of the city and land passengers in the magnificent Now Central Station on Twelfth street This station is con- Â¬ and Lake Front venient to the Auditorium Richelieu Â¬ XJlfixJ Why puy old w Victoria and Loland IfotelH and with- Â¬ in two blocks of the State and Wabash Street Cable Lines and the South Side Elevated Railway Con venient stops are also made ul Hydo Park Thirty Ninth street and Twenty Second street Stations Trains Vestibuled Magnificent Parlor Cars Wagner Sleeping Cars Private Compartment Bullet Sleep ing Cars and Superb Dining Cars No transfer across Cincinnati to make connections Your ticket should read via the Uig Four Route to enjoy these privileges E OMcCormick Pass Traffic Mgr D B Martin Genl Pass Tkt Agt Â¬ wmaj cwi m prices or old poods when you can get new poods nt lower prices vtKIty w 1 WE HAVE EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT Buckwheat Flour Mnplo Syrup Breakfast Gems Rolled Outs Now Oatmeal Hire IJominy and Beans all new goods York Cream Pino Apple and Edam Cheese California and French Prunes French Peas Beans and Mushrooms Largest stock of Olives Olive Oil Shelled Almonds etc in the city 1 Four Route Cincinnati O Miles Nerve and Liver Pills Big 2 nncjkiitrcs CoiFoo Pounds of Granulated Snpir J li SI Flour por Barrel 46 ociitH 325 Corn per Can Good Salmon per Can Tomatoes per Can 7K 10 8 cents cents cents Â¬ Acton a now princinlo rogulating the liver stomach and bowels though Dr the nerves A now discovery MiJes Pills speedily cure biliousness bad taste torpid liver piles constipation Splendid for men women and children Smallest mildest surest 50 doses for 25 cents Samples free at 45 ly J W GayleB Frankfort Ky Â¬ VERYTHiNG ELSE mwSV IN PROPQTRION tviBH uBUi IMm EH wvunt yJv m pet 27 2111 m St SOUTH SIDE GlfecER nui nuii n Sm llHWi 4 vc t flPn J m r k I 1ff0vZ r wir t iCk wtfpmm- JMrLl - u MmmkM fixismctmmBMwmsmixvxmmimKaTim tji7 TII12 2TKW COUNT OK AP- In his PEALS Diversified A Good Hccori Whether the Judges Should Divide or All Set To Â¬ gether Opinion As To It wa the intention of Judge Pryor who will be Chief Justice of the new Court of Appeals con sisting of seven judges to lsive meeting of all tne judges in this city this week in order that some plan of organization and arrange ment of the docket might be determined upon bjfore the meeting of the court next month With the exception of Judge B L D Guffy the new judges did not re spond to the call and though Judge Sterling B Toney of Louisville arrived the day alter the dtte set for the meeting the idea was abandoned and the c m ference allowed to pass until all the judges may be able to be present There is a diversity ol opinion among lawyers as to whether the court should sit as an entire court on alternate days of the week reserving the intervening days for their research and labors in preparing their opinions or sit as a divided court three with the Chief Justice each day and thus more expeditiously keep pace with the increasing litigation in the State The new will begin work with about court 1000 cases to be disposed of 300 f which are already under sub isston and it is a nice question or tne judges to determine whether a divided court will crive xpedition at the expense of jus- ice or the whole court will im rove the quality of justice even f it should in a measure lessen le quantity dispensed and the eople realize in the delay a reater injury than speed to the ause of their litigation Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ anniversary sermon at tiie Clritiin Church CONKKOnOSEK LAWYERS last Sun lay morning Rev George D u uV made the lolowiug inter JOHN R TOiTD WM CROMWELL concerning the esting stietnent Attorney at Law Munufiicluiiug work of that churcl Confectioner Frankfort Kentucky Also Real Estate Agent Will practice In the Added to its iiu uibcrship dur 41 St Clair Street Courts of Fianklln and the mlJolnliiK counties Q these Home made Candles Fruits rut tud Ire ream ami will nls give special attention to the pur ing the pa t y r 154 and Soda Water In season ULiais am Tobuvo chase and sile of real estate of collection of rente clfilins and the negotiation loans 105 vwn by e nlissiou 46 by let Near new bridge ti and 3 r r storati m W J CHINN R Ire ent inrinbcmhip of the Attorney at Law NEWSDEALER Goo the church Added during Frankfort Kentucky Re GUY BARRETT p st sc ntei n years S28 practice In all Sttto Courts OOico second Will Hoor custom Uouse ceived into member liip el ewhere Nevs Dealer and DRUGS during the Mst yi ar by your minBookseller ister 102 Total additions re Â¬ 332 a fain Street IV H AVERILL ceived ov him dining the vear Fine Stationery Peilodlc ils of alt kinds Fancy Druggist Goods 256 Main Street opp City Hall A general stock of Drutss St rmons preached Mar Fine stationery a 137 PAINTERS Cigars and Tobacco specialty Prescriptions compounded at all hours riigs c lebraled 15 Funerals Pristotal visits 98 IV B BRIDGEFORD Htniideil 42 JNO W R WILLIAMS CO Le tiis in the church during the The Painter Druggists year 8 10 St Clair Street 314 Main Sheet Kaisul for missions of all kinds WallPuper faints Oils and Glass constantly on Prescriptions carefully and accurately filled at all hand hours A fine line of Fancy Toilet Articles For foreign missions 7S6 56 63697 general home missions S26620 State missions 31550 church extension S330 Widows en and Orphans Home 100 Bos ca Raised for tun Church debt 50 all purposes during the year 5 ea rn est 000 tij ca Mr Darsie declared the spiritual condition of the churcn to be La more satisfactory than he had ever rn ea before known it UJ Â¬ Business and Professional Directory 10HN ECHOLS ST JOHN BOYLE iRvnttvPi C 0 THE S W R R JlldaU IPPl VALLEY ROUTE Ifie ONLY ONE NIGHTS RIDE Ms LimiM MEMPHIS Â¬ LOUISVILLE TQ LS THE M03T PERFECT SERVICE 1 Â¬ Â¬ MEMPHIS VICKSBURG NEW OELEANS AND ALL POINTS South Rate and address Southwest McBRIDB 1 a Tickets and all Information furnished by TleltHt Ayent of any Hallway Co It not WTr iveling J Pass Agent Louisville Ky n M 4 T B LYNCH General Passenger Agent Louisville Ky M M 1 SOUTH Lv Lexington Midway N TIME TABLE A SI A M P SI P No 17 No 19 No DON T BUY YOUR Yarnallton Spring Station Frankfort Bagdad Pleasurevllle Winter Boots Shoes Anchorage Ar Louisville Eminence Lagrange Pevee Valley 1219 812 A SI 18 1115 7 K7 1135 733 1144 745 845 777 901 917 925 950 550 1023 617 10 as 634 1044 641 75 212 227 235 833 349 357 425 448 456 520 P M 22 a No 23 615 636 650 67 720 3 00 86 93t 813 838 71 8 05 All fine shoes on C width at D or E s Until you look at our stock rn NORTH Lv LouKvill Anchorage Pewee Valley P M PM No 24 No No 20 No Meagher 6 if Marshall The Queen ant Crescent Houte Â¬ Invites inquiries in regard to Sum- Â¬ mer ResortB on its line in the pictur esquo mountains of Kentucky Tennessee and Alabama The line passes near the famous battle fields at Mill Springs Mission Ridge Chickamnuga and Lookout Mountain They ari surrounded by charming a summer ranting places at Burnside RSI Cumberland Falls High Bridge RglVt Rhea Springs Lookout Moun- Â¬ tain Springville Alabama and other points Low A Mans Boot for 8150 Mens First Quality Whole LJ stock Boot only S200 r7 RJ r21 lncranee Eminence Pleasurevllle Bagdad Slldway Frankfort Sprint Station Ar Lexington Yarnallton rzi 1020 1045 1055 1111 1130 735 811 824 850 926 933 949 620 830 654 402 705 410 733 428 758 450 806 458 6 05 825 309 635 855 535 920 559 929 6 OS 940 621 1003 649 410 433 448 515 542 5S0 I Our Women and Girls KonrippiDg Snoesgl na are xne snoes ior mua ana scnooi en en No 2k will stop at Anchorage nnd Tor passengers Oliristiansburcf for Lexington and points beyond Noh 17 11 and 21 oonueot at Lagrange or Cincinnati So 19 aud 21 connect Annhornire for Bloomflnla Branca rates Charming The Best to be Had mountain homes Perfect rest and iiti quiet We invito correspondence cheer Â¬ If you want the people to know Boots Shoes Hats fully giving the information desired 122 just put it in the Round for the purpose of having you arrange ra Iiything All classes read it and it to spend your summer recreation on ILJU rsa our line the best advertising medium in W C RlNEARSON G P A rjararanarirTrararnrrnracs Cincinnati Ohio On Tuesday even- le county of last week Miss Sarah Bell Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder st her gold watch and chain it Worlds Fair Sihest Award is advertised in last Saturdays hue and within an hour or two er the paper was on the street le colored boy who found the itch brought it to this office and eived his reward Mr H G rilHE WONHKRKCL MIND KKi PERse TELLS 1 pus pres nt and future brlr g armed find ueedy miiriinken a mi ivis of this county lost a heifer iness her any Kind Sim will be found dlvlncn bus VVia f ill tlio v spring and a few weeks ago t railroad R K McCLURE SON en K TI Kentucky Midland Ry Only direct Une uatwun f ma CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT Ca Â¬ ua Books Stationery nn Shortest and quickest oetween Frankfort Georgetown and Pari lisle UaysTille Cjrntbiana mouth iSK FOR Fal ca PEA1TKFOI5T rnrnramrKnrBcanrrcnBSBpi - and Cwngton VIA KY MIDLAND TICKETS BY YOU WANT- TRAINS RUN gTnTRAL STANDARD 18 M 1 i TIME TIME TABLE NOV I 1894 P M P M No 3 JNo 7 4 06 411 4 18 A TltAlNS E 1ST Lv Kruiixtort Lv Summit Lv Lv Lv Lv A No Madam Gordon 700 716 711 71H 410 LOO 11U te THIS OFFER Mv Lvstiunplns Jotnihon leorgetown 0 y Deixt Duvall Elkliorn LvSwltzer Lv Ground B 728 734 746 755 4 28 740 440 446 453 6H3 434 Â¬ Lv Newtown Lv Centrevllle Lv KitzabetU S16 8U Lucy Pattie advertised in s paper that she had taken up h an animal as a stray The ti- iim 1T- U Tk uii wu3 uiai mi xavib jut HIS fer back again Every day Iiilar instances are brought to notice Advertise in the iss - j MERIWETHER HOTEL Our inventory disclosing too much UPHOL STERED FURNITURE For two weeks TliJni doo from llroadwas on Aiii Room No We will until further notice offer ai 17 Ar Paris Ar Paris Junction 0 iNo 2 C I 821 830 No 4 511 515 525 528 200 210 220 235 300 120 335 345 14U 126 too TRAINS WKST Lv Paris Junction Ar Centeivllld Ar Newtoivn Ar t S Depot Ar Duvall Ar SMiniinlnJund Ar S It7ir Ar I Lv Paris r Kllxabeth iNo8Nol2 Iundauout if you want to sell Too Many for Us I M M Iur landlords the Odd Fellows e been putting some much dec improvements upon the ns occupied by the Rounda enc FOR A TRIAL MONTHS TO THE I H Every piece of Upholstered Furniture in our stock consisting of Parloi ltuiu ArSbniiilt Suits Rockers Easy Chairs Sofas c Come while Ar Frankfort A connects the assortment is unbroken B RRDUGBD PRIGE8 SON m reatlv Ardeonetmvn Ar Johnson B I t 45 9 10 rn 10 18 10 18 10 3 542 615 i 619 6 45 6 51 45 455 fin 7J7 530 642 I 10 41 A 11 V6 u in 11 ii u 17 10 47 10 i i 713 720 726 735 703 fi57 80 550 810 830 RfiO 915 925 vtI 90b H SUBSCRIPTION M R ROGERS iC v wltl L it N C and L S connects Mttli g ronuertS del K C Notk Nos 1 2 3 78 ami lr dilly except Sunday See t uiday trains Mow C J i jj B r establishment in their build- - this week and we have been savoring to keep things going BS THE BRIGHTEST AND BEST AfTCRNOON BJ IN THE SOUTH BJ carpenters plumbers tinners iSJ machinists working around Latest Market Quotations liost of the time and we hope Latest State News M All the Local News m subscribers will excuse us for B Complete Press Reports B ling out a short paper this f as we have found it hard Largest Circulation In the South running the office in opposi 30000 AND OVER DAILY te o the above combination I I I LOUISVILLE TiESj SUNDW TRAINS Wkst- - TeivelJsoiKtOrtn 1035 n in arrive at Pr Mikfort 11 35 a in Leave Frankfort 215 p in arrive ut ieoiBeluwn 315 p m Tne Kentucky Alidiand Railway and aonoer Mous form tliu shortest and uliivtpest route to all points north south east an 1 vwst Kvr m 17 C D BKRCAW For further Information apply to their agents or Jen hi a H H H H 109 WHAT DOES IT MEAN It meant tint thnqiron urn True nt n mld hortt txtnrtn limlniati iitxt Jixlnr m v mi t Ici iiimiiitl to lir I miniihami en mlln fliTtriit 4iut inttati I Uim tiuAntWUjt Cincinimtl to ClutUiiwjAtlaiu ir Jm Lm uUIi 1 lriJu I 23 90 WEOB HRPKR en Supt Khinklort Ky Act E B WEITZKL City Ticket Agent I ttfl r0 vV di VmMml HHHHHHI I H B esh candies and holiday goods led daily at M Husams 231 llair street i2 4t 1 50 CENTRA MONTH Or 9s 00 a Year by Mall I H I BBj Lim tni rtAWLftlV iitt I -- I SOLiD VESTIDULED TAAlKS lori llpjr AthvTiij t r tM ft n al I of 111 p I 10 hivo V lins boys and youths low down at winter Meagher Marshalls O I S H I l9kHLflHkHHHHHkflH p 4 JjjShrtMMrt AiK iirmt hUnti MiclMl nix liutiirtiirv t ilh flnt Thrnim rm riiiiiifiK i lr- - t Hue t 1 1 nm liitnna I Mlu ltrwtjfcliulutihciitr CJEEM ribiuiivi v riti vitnn in Miriv i Kiowiij uuj Mii iiNiv Orlui cr fclMri u LaJi ut Ir 1 JNO A HALDEMAN Bus Man BB 90S Fourth Avenue KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE Lh km I tii lVr CBESCE8T ROUTE c nsiriv in iluun iUtIIK - AX I OBTAIN A PATENT For a jt JtILVa19wer whoan bonebt opinion wrlto to H UN N CO huvo bad nearly tlfty yean experlenoo In tho patent business Comtuunlca tlona strictly confldentlal A lliindbonU of In formation concerning 1ntentn and bow to ob tutu tbum font free Also a catalogue of mechan Â¬ ical and scientific books sent free Co receivo lntemx taken tbrouRh Munn fnccial notice In the Srientlllc Aiiierienn and thus are brouht widely before tbo piihllowlth- iu iuo mvBiuur xaia epienuiu Pdner ssued weekly olewntly Illustrated bos by fur tlio loruest clrculattoa of any scientific work In tha nuiiu 9 u rear oauiiun l uimus aem iieo Buliainii Edltlonmont bly 250 a year 8lnglo copljs 4S cents livery number contains beau tlltlM Dltea in onlora nnd nhntiuranhi nf n houjes with plans enabling builders to show tha CUPYRieHTS 1KB III MIIlL w i iinuL mnnro viii HHHHHIW H i rciMt mm Jai 11 T i Wffl3KtlM iHeiHMHHHMU JiWliIBBlinrrF W11 - TOIfJJSWCTWOTMHeTHr LMHRHfWmi tfi r GfWi ppi LnCnfe 1 TJVHu 71 I I WATC GASH BUYERS ONLY HAT C9 fc l JiVerVlHMlV 4 A M CE- a- i tiet the WATCH w iTfr nr LOVES Er For Everybody juM HP v Remember the purchase must be all nt one time and for SPOT CASH No one else but the cash buyer will get it Cash is the great lever with us in our buying and we propose to make it Pay cash for your merchandise ms so with you do the thrifty and wide awake people everywhere at this day and save money this WAIUHI Saturday morn fr Jlr A Ar mr Mk 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 Beginning VW W W W All Jff e Ira St lrKfcfc jXPKfjm F b AfiAJaAAjflLjfltArfkAAC 3 2 fc BCJ help you throw ott the old burdens Better goods 8 for your hard earned money and k at lower 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 stile now until January will exceed in interest anything we have ever done It grows out of recent purchases of ed manufacturers saorilic- fa j i We propose to recent purchases of over- - importers wmiw j dirIcrtom hundred dozen Mens Ladies and FIVE all silk Imported Japanese at nearly half price Handkerchiefs OVER IMPORTERS put us in possession of these at about half price and you get them the same way Children s I oo dozen Ladies and A one to four corners lUG Embroidered Silk Handkerchiefs go for io cents real value 25 cents For Mens Fine all silk Japanese AT fculf Handkerchiefs full size in both plain white and fancy borders for 25 cents worth and sold at other stores for 40 to 50 cents JAPAN CASH LeComptes Bottom MUST HAVE THE C RUTCHER Resolutions of Kespect The following resolutions were passed at a meeting of Hiram A M Satur- Â¬ Lodge No 4 F day afternoon Whereas It has pleased a right- Â¬ eous just and loving God in his wisdom to call from labor to re- Â¬ freshment on Nov 29 our true and worthy brother Samuel J Shea after an illness of several He was born in our months midst he was a brave generous upright good citizen a kind husband and father a true and wor Â¬ Â¬ 0 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ merp Suits ages 4 to 14 years only 25 to Si 50 Childrens All wool Double breasted Cheviot Suits 10 styles 275 to 4 Hoys 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 S8 to 15 Mens Fancy Cheviot Suits all wool best makes only S750 Mens Black and Blue Cheviot Suits 8 3tf to 15 One large lot Misses Shoes only Mens Black Clays Fancy Worsted were 150 to 2 Last seasons goods One large lot Childrens Shoes last sea- Tricots S8to 22 Mens 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 52 were 5 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ Ladies Rubbers 25 to 50 cents Ladies Arctics 1 Mens Arctics 90 cents to 175 Ladies Fine Dongola Patent Tip Shoes only 150 Ladies Bennett Bernard Fine Shoes only S3 were 5 One large lot Ladies Fancy Party Slippers only 2 25 were 4 Sizes 13 to SHOES MENS and BOYS Childrens Double breasted Rays Cassi SUITS MENS and OVERCOATS BOYS Childrens Cape Overcoats Blue Black and Fancy Dirk Colors 350 to 6 Boys Overcoats and Ulsters 350 to S12 Mens Black Cheviot and Irish Frieze 8 to iS Ulsters One big lot Mens Light and Heavy- Â¬ weight Short Overcoats from last season were 7 to 25 go in this sale at 4 to 12 We show all the novelties in the new styles in Overcoats Blues Blacks Tans and Oxfords ranging in price from 10 to 2250 3gai3BCfflgfi STARK Â¬ CASH The Great Lever nt OT7F STOK33 LOUIS VI I1I1E j y uy Some years ago Rip Van Winkle settled himself for one of his naps famous in song and history and for a year or two rested undisturbed But he had made a mis take in selecting for his snooze any place within the bounds of the Asiland District even though it was the most retired corner of said district or for that matter Grand Old Commonwealth th But this Long may she wave summer brought to Rip a rude awakening with the opening of the Yes even notorious campaign Rip said his say and fought his fight and cast his vote against the false tongued Breckinridge If this were not enough the so called landslide of the 6th of November finished the work and now thai he L awake he desires to say to his friends that he is here to stay and will be here from now on and the landslide notwithstanding is as much a Democrat as ever On November 2d in LeComptes Kottom at the residence of the brides father Mr Elisha Harrod Miss Mamie C Harrod and Mr James LeCompte were united in marriage by Rev John Peters Mr B B Graves has sold his farm to Squire Davis Bailey and bought what is known as the Davis farm Mr James Webb who has been quite sick is lmijruvmy Messrs Luke and Joe Kava- naugh took Thanksgiving dinner with the lamily of J W Smout near Gratz Mrs T J Riner of Pleasure ville was here the last of the week ket tobacco mar 19 Dandruff Kills DURRETT FURNISHED BY GLOVER LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE f I Rev W- - P K Ktvanaugh was in i IT K Cut glass Salts and Peppers 25 cents each at HttcUleys Times are hard and shoes are All the latent stvles in soft and j a1-cheap at stiff hats at Meagher Marshall iMuAOiihK Marshalls Dr Prices Cream Halting Powder Committee 1 New Castle Mondav Rip Van Winkiij our market to this date amount to 147506 hhds The sales on our market this week were characterized by decidedly in- - eHV tvQnaarl fFa- nrru nf natir HlllOav ffio number of hhds being 233 The quality f Cfc in the main was common but there was a notable improvement in prices for the new hhds Our market conThe CUIUS THE tinues firm for old burley present favorable handling weather SCAIP UNO EN thy brother will no doubt be followed by a large LIVENS THE Resolved That in the death of receipts at an early date The following quotations fairly rep- Â¬ Brother Samuel J Shea the Ma- resent our market for burley to- Â¬ For Sale by All sonic Fraternaty has lost a good bacco 1893 crop charitable and loving member his Trash dark or damasred 3 00 00 tobacco fob 10 ly young widowed wife and child a Common Colory trash 52 00 TRAltK MAKK 3 4 00 true and effectionate husband and Medium to good colory 6 00 4 00 trash lather and Hiram Lodge No 4 Common lugs not colory 3 50 a devoted and worthy member 4 50 Common Colory lugs that while we bow in humble sub Medium to good colory 6 00 lugs mission and sacred awe to the will 2 to medium leaf 7 00 and ways of an omnipotent God Common to good 9 00 14 00 yet we are saddened and mourn the Medium line leaf leaf 14 00 18 10 Good to 18 0W 25 00 departure of our dear bi other Selector wrappery whose loss and vacancy to the MURES NOTHING BJT PRJE35 lodge and community will be hard For rheumatism I have found noth- Â¬ to fill while ur great oss is his ing equal to Chamberlains Pain Halm 2 A SURE and CSRTAiH JKS J pain as soon as applied It known for 15 years as tho rj great gain He was a true and J relieves the West Liberty W Va 9 BEST W Young KERflEEWfor PBU Oa I tried mason at heart and a worthy The prompt relief it affords is alone worth many times the cost 50 cents Prn bit am jiKiraasBTS v brother Its continued use will offeet a perma Resolved That the members of nent cure For snle by Phil Car May 12 ly our locUe wear the usual badge penter South Side Druggist of mourning for the period of MOST IN QUANTITY BEST IN OUALIT thirty days and the sympathy of Lare stock of tovs on hand the members of the lodge be ex and daily increasing the same fvM m tended to the bereaved widow and Am selling them at bottom prices mH M orphan of our deceased brother Husam 9 Rcsoivcd That a copy of these 2 4L 231 St Clair street in the archives resolutions be filed WHITES eBEBB of the lodge and a copy forwarded am tzn rft tw ra fttH a t mux Goodyear Welts in all styl s to the widowed wife of the de from 250 up All guaranteed ceased brother g at goods FOR SO YAR8 V Has led all WORIVJ Korriedioa J K KlRTLEY Meagher Marshalls JEtfERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED James Smith 6 tf 1893 011 i Sales on our market for the week just closed amount to l173hhds with receipts for the same period of 451 hhds Sales on our market since Jan Â¬ uary 1st amount to 149286 hhds Sales U the Hair cumin run uncnnrrnv MONON ROUTE The Direct and Popular Line to oftaecropof W Ji V MM 110 BUFF L Tvr B hbs CHICAGO And all Ioints NORTH and WEST Â¬ Itaists Ji Vestibuled Trains Dining Car Services Palace Chair Cars Pulman Buffet Sleepers And Only First Cla ss Acconunodntion Kor Further Information Address s buckeye llBwlKavjsxsa SiTABLERSllfl Vl SlBryanCA -- W G Crush D i i LOUISVILLE OR KY rUini Jas Biirker G P A Cliicago I BIS FOUR BODTE 1 BEST LINE TO AND FIIOM Â¬ CHICAGO Solid Vestilmlid Trilns with llullet Iai rms KhKiiut CiiitclKs Dlnlim Cars Watc Sloiiili Carrt and latest Improved irlvutt fr liartiuent liuUct HleepliiK Cars nuimdllului Itirnlslicil vsltli toilet ticivssorles In facli cc Â¬ Iartimiit Â¬ ST LOUIS olid Vest United Trains will IlulTct Pa Cars Hea tit utiehen Dlnlna Cars and Wiik Uiiiret SleopltiK Cars 1 MOW BOSTON Tin only lirmmli Slteilni Car linn from cliumll Wetjiiiit Wauur Sleeping Cars Â¬ blrcfityBHJKUb NEW YORK Southrtioleni Limited Solid Votlli TniiiK with Citnihlnatlou lthran llullet HinoKliikOars Wanner Sleeplm Cirs KU onehes and DlnliiKCarslaiiillm pnssenco Iosltlv New Y01K Clt at ld street Depot Tin A G Morris Miiy la ly Â¬ NO He FEIlllY TRANSFER 6 if Worlds Fair Highest Medal an J Diploma Job work neatly exe cuted at this office U0W R 1115 KOlH D II 1IAHTI MCOHMICK lenl Pass it Tlckel Pass Trnlllo Jlaiaer CINCINNATI sure jour tickets riad via YO fr f 4 Sr I SK rl 1 JkilDAS sMMiL