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The LV Frankfort Komdabout A GEO A LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS KY AUGUST 15 TERMS 100 In Advance Volume XIV Sight is Priceless Mr David Norton of St Paul Minn states that his son was entire Â¬ ly blind and had bo kept in a dark room an entire year and treated by the best physicians or the city to no purpose and nil had given him up saying ho would never be any better Highest of all in leavening Power PROMwhen they began using what has proven to bo the finest remedy in the world for the cure of Inflammation namely Dr Hales Household OintÂ¬ ment It was applied directly to the J boys eyes which soon began to im- Â¬ prove and to day his sight is entirely restored and he is enjoying perfect health owing to the use of the most wonderful remedy in the world Dr Bales Household Ointment Sold by Phil Carpenter South Side druggist no means good The long drought Wants Her as a Teaclier WHO FOR THE forced the growers to get it out very 2 late and much of it will not have Miss Lucy Lee Hill is having an sufilcient time to mature Educational ovation in Virginia She was furnish- Â¬ The melon trade has opened up ed a special car to visit the Peaks of The annual Teachers Institute for but if the trade ia to be judged by Otter and the Natural Bridge was this county will convene in this city the melons it is rather small illuminated in her honor Col Boyd on the 4th Monday in September at the Kentucky The fall plowing is progressing near Frankfort KyMilitary Institute and will br in session five days is urging Miss comparatively Prof R H Oar others of Louisville rains would well though tocopious Lucy to come home and teach danc- Â¬ enable farmers get on ing at the Institute He says it is far we ex- Â¬ will conduct tne institute Our people seem de easier to drill boys who have had Is now pect and hope that every teacher will more rapidly get receiving and opening the LARGEST AND MOST COM- Â¬ out large crops of dancing lessons Lexington Tran- Â¬ come prepared to take an active part termined to PLETE LINE of ladies mens misses and childrens small grain in the exercises we want no drones script n among us We will assign the sub Â¬ We have the world beater of the Look me in the face My name is jects to the teachers soon and shall snake story Some days ago Henry expect something from them The Sypes killed a snake about five feet I am also called No more Too conductor will be to the Institute ten inches in length from the stom late Farewell what the teacher should be to the ach of which he extracted and killed The poet who wrote the above We are preparing a pro Â¬ eighty six smaller ones Did they school gramme for the night exercises have two heads No but the lot had must have been in the last stages of consumption Perhaps he had only We were in hopes that an abler eighty seven learned for the first time that if he pen than ours would have written up the commencement exercises held in For once the people succeed For had taken Dr Pierces Qolden Medi- Â¬ the citj school building on the once victory crowns their efforts cal Discovery in his earlier illness he intimidation all would have never reached his pre Â¬ evening of July 31st but we have Money threats alike failed to down them It is set Â¬ sent condition What can be more waited in vain There was a large audience present tled Frankfort is the Capital Ken Â¬ sad than a keen realization of what tucky and and from the expressions and com- Â¬ above has a better organic law Ken might have been In Frankfort all of which will be sold at prices to suit the all it is settled that Physicians now admit that con- Â¬ mendatory remarks that have been times We have made we believe every one present tuckiaus of every political party can sumption is simply scrofula in the went away delighted Every one lay aside party prejudice to do good blood attacking the lung tissues It is never safe to allow the blood to that took a part in the exercises did for the whole people Bulldofus remain impure and it is especially well and we have heard nothing to reckless when such a pleasant harm Â¬ the contrary The following is a list of the grad Ayers Ague Cure is an antidote for less remedy as Dr Pierces Qolden uates Mr William Parrent malaria and all malarial diseases Medical Discovery will drive every Misses Lulie and Sallie Orain of whether generated by swamp or sew Â¬ taint of scrofula or impurity from the Forks of Elkhorn Miss Hannah er Neither quinine nor any system causing a current of healthy Phythian of Leestown district Miss other injurious drug arsenic into the rejuvenating biooa to leap through enters Agnes Stivers of Antioch district composition of this remedy War Â¬ the veins and Miss Mabel Hancock of the ranted to cure fever and ague For men boys and children DERBY STRAW AND FELT Elmville district Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria Miss Hancock having made the highest average in the examination W L Coppersmith the jeweler Persons living in the country can was presented the gold medal and does the best of work at moderate Miss Phythian the next highest a prices Call and see 234 St Clair get bread and rolls fresh every day 45 ly 39 tf street at M Busams silver one Now teachers let us have a class of 25 for 1892 It can be done if you will do your duty We would warn the teachers if they would have a legal contract to Remember the old stand see to it that the trustees meet as a body and transact their business ZKTST- We were compelled to annul a con Â¬ tract this week on that point also on A classical and English School for boys and young men the point that the contract was signed before the 1st day of July and The Third Annual Session begins Monday Sept 7 1891 before the newly elected trustees had For terms etc address been qualified Be careful County Superintendent I j It Pays Bking RoYal Powder U S Govt Report Aug 7 tS8g -- FRANKFORT 1891 Number 49 TO BXTT - ABSOLUTELY PURE R K McCLURE Â¬ SHOES SATS aaTS FRANKFORT MALE ACADEMY DraBJOTKIFOBX Books and Stationery Nerve Thero is nothing like it It is the foundation of all action The man of Nerve is a success The man without it is a failure Many men and women are overworked suffering with ner Â¬ vous prostration and longing for something to restore them again to vigor and health There is one med ioine that will accomplish the desired Tosult Dr Hales Household Tea cures nervous prostration making the weak strong and gives nature a jog by putting all the organs of the system into a healthy condition It Dr is the finest remedy known Hales Household Tea the great Blood Puriflor and Nerve Tonic is sold at 25 and 50c at Phil Oarpontors 2 South Side drug store June5 3m Andrew HT ciller Case 212 ST CLAIR ST And go there when you want to buy Coppersmith dont send W L work to other cities but does all that is instrusted to him in his building 231 St 01 air street 45 ly To Camp Meeting N will sell round trip The L tickets to Beards Station Aug 5th to 10th inclusive on account of Kava naugh Camp meeting Rate on week Rates in Â¬ days 2 on Sunday 105 clude admission EPBryan Agent Ostrriagres jlO stin Bros Surreys PliaetonSj IS THE PLACE FOE ZOuLgrgfies Frankfort Ky m 1 Boad Carts snadL LOUISVILLE FURNISHED MARKET BY GLOVER TOBACCO DURttETT It is surprising that people will use LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE common ordinary pill when they can secure a valuable Enorlish one for Sales on our market for tho week the same money Dr Ackers Eni just closed amount to 3513 hhdswith lish pills are a positive euro for sioJ receipts of 2072 for tho same period headache and all liver troubles They Sales on our market since January are small sweet easily taken and do 1st amount to 99701 hhds Sales of tho crop of 1890 on our market to dato not gripe 9 J W Gayle Druggist 08904 hhds report Wo havo to another week of largo receipts and sales and not withstanding tho heavy offerings tho flno grades of hurley fillers and all grades of colory hurley remain in Hot hotter hottest very strong domand at such prices as Miss Booker of Eminence and Miss havo boon curront for the past month aro the Tho common and medium grades 3Ic0ullough of Midway guests of the Misses ODonnoll have shown a little irregularity and some weakening in prices this ap Â¬ Mr Robert Thompson jr and Miss plies to such tobacco as ranges in and Miss Duorson of Louisvillo to 1200 per 100 Cowan of London aro visiting the prices from 700 quotations iairiy Tho following family of Mrs Barbary Thompson represent our market for burloy Dr Taylor and wife of Oldham tobacco county are visiting friends hero Trash dark or damaged a uun j ou tobacco Mr Garland and lady iec Miss Oolory trash 8 00 4 00 Mattie Robb have returned to their Common lugs not colory 3 00 5 00 home in Louisvillo aftor a short visit Oolory lugs 0 00 10 00 to Mrs GarlandB mother Mrs G Common leaf 8 00 5 00 TV Robb 8 00 12 00 Medium to good leaf 12 00 20 00 The prospect for a fine oorn orop Good to fine fillers is very flattering while tobaoeo in Seleot or wrappery 33 00 20 0P leaf this immediate neighborhood is by A DUTY TO YOURSELF Wijferf CO CD CD sr S 3 Jett Â¬ O SB --j P E All styles of hand made Harness Saddles Buggy Dusters Fly Nets Horse Boots and other Turf Goods jygffiffiffijreifflgfflM iSzZmM 2 Personal Dr S F Smith loft Wednesday for Old Point Comfort Va Miss Minnie Peterson is visiting friends in Georgetown Miss Maggie Rogers returned Wed Â¬ nesday from Bedford Ind Mr William J Parker of Paris waB in the city on Sunday last Judge B Williams paid a flying visit to Louisville Sunday last Judge F R Poland of Lawrence burg was in the city Wednesday Mr Wickliffe Chapman left Tues day for Niagara Falls and Canada Mrs Dr Willis Ureen 13 lying very ill at her home on Washington street Miss Janie Dehoney left Wednes Â¬ day for a visit to friends in George- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ town Capt Thos C Jones returned Tues Â¬ day irom French Lick Springs In diana ond street Mr JohnMcC Bull left Tuesday for a trip to Niagara Falls and other points east Annie Hines have gone to Warm Springs Va Mr James M Saffell and wife have been attending the fair at Nicholas ville this week The Misses Fitzpatrick of Louis- Â¬ ville are visiting Miss Mary Haly St Clair street Mrs Joe Schroff and two daughters left for a visit to her sister in Padu cah Wednesday Mr William Cromwell returned Tuesday from a weeks visit to Drennon Springs Mrs Sallie Chiles is lying very ill at her home on Second street with spinal meningitis Mr Geo R Hunt has returned from a visit of several weeks to his parents Mr H F Duncan wife and Miss South Side Miss Minnie Booker of Eminence is visiting Mrs A B Hammond South Side Miss Bessie Ringo of Ashland is visiting Miss Laura Hughes on Sec- Â¬ is visiting Miss Adolo Gaines Belle point Mr Richard Ferguson and wife returned Monday from French Lick Springs Miss Annie Bain of Lexington is viBiting Miss Georgia Payne on the MiesLulio Clayton of Georgetown of Louisville the popular traveling passenger agent formerly with tne Air Line was m the city Saturday working up a party to go with the excursion over the C O to Old Point Wednes- Â¬ day Ben is a hustler and if the C O people want a good man they could not do better than give him a regular job No railroad man haa more friends in this section than he and he will be a valuable man to any road noon Mr Ben L Bryant South Sido returned home Monday accompanied by Mrs Edwards sis- Â¬ ter Miss Fannie Suter Mr Jack Bradly wife and child of Georgetown visited the family of Judge Craddock on the South Side Sunday Misses Lilly Patterson and Hattio Lawson of Eminence who have been visiting Miss Sally Robinson have returned home Misses Maggie Haly and Lucille Tobin left Tuesday for Lexington whero thoy will spend a few weoks with Mrs Jennie S Kane Mr Jns A Campbell of St Paul Minn nrrived in the city on Satur Â¬ day and will spend the winter with his daughter Mrs George Dnrsie Misses Junio and Lucy Do Armit of Pittsburg Pa who have been vis iting their cousin Mrs Thomas Tan- Â¬ ner left Tuesday morning for home Mrs J T Williams and daughters Misses Bessie and Jennie of Eminence are visiting Mrs L C Kendall and Mrs K 0 Berry on Main street Mr Pat H Nowman the handsome ex City Olork who has been attend Â¬ ing tho races in Chicago for the past three months returned homo Tues- Â¬ day Miss Fannie Robbins of Louisville who has been visiting Miss Annie Crutcher in Bellepoint for tho past week returned home Thursday after- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Meeting of tlie Southern Literary Association The Southern Literary Association convened in tho parlor of the Capital Hotel Wednesday morning at 11 a m with Col Thos B Ford President in the chair and Mr Joo A Parker as Secretary Col Ford announced in a very appropriate speech tho inten- Â¬ tion of tho Convention roferring to tho necessity of a magazine which has so long been needed by tho South- Â¬ ern States Ho was followed by the Rev Georgo Darsie Prof McCormick S A Cunningham and Col John O Hodges all making very enthusiastic speeches on the need of such an in Â¬ strument It was resolved that Prof John R McCormick be appointed to prepare an address on the need of the estab Â¬ lishment of a Southern literary mag Â¬ azine for Southern writers and as there iB none such in the South to give full detail of tho character of what was to be dono at a meeting of tho Association to be held in Nash Â¬ ville Tenn some time in October at which all the leading literary people of this section of the Unitod States and many from foreign field are ex- Â¬ pected to bo present and tako part This meeting will be called early in October though the exact date has not been fixed Letters were read from Hon Randolph Tucker Mr Jas Lane Allen Mr Chas OMalley Miss Mildred Lee Gov Fitzhugh Lee Hon John G Carlisle Gen Joe Wheeler Mr Thomas Nelson Page and others About fifty other letters which were not read were from the most promi- Â¬ nent literary people of the time wish Â¬ ing the success of the Association Great enthusiasm was aroused and all present taking part seemed to think that success was not far off Among those present were Mrs Gov Cantrill Georgetown Prof McCor- Â¬ mick Henderson S A Cunningham editor Nashville American Col John O Hodges Lexington Miss Hamil- Â¬ ton the poetess of Louisville Mrs Alice Hawthorne Mudd and Mr Al Â¬ fred W Harris of Louisville Mrs J C Morton of thia city and many others m Tho Parent of Insomnia The parent of insomnia or wakefulness la in nine cases out of ten a dyspeptic stomach Good digestion gires sound sleep indigestion interferes with it The brain and stomach sympathizes Ono of tho prominent symptoms of a weak state of the gastric organs is a dis Â¬ turbance of tho great nervo entrepot the brain Invigorate the stomach and yon re store equilibrium to the great centre A most reliable medicino for tho purposo is Hostet rera Stomach Bitters which is far preferable to mineral sedatives and powerful narcotioa which though they may for a time exert a soporific influence upon tho brain soon cease to act and invariably injuro tho tone ef the stomach The Bitters on tho contrary ro storo activity to tho operations of that all Important organ and their boncficent influ Â¬ ence is reflected in sound sleep and a tranquil state of tho nervous system A wholesome impetus is likewise given to tho action of the Uvcrand bowels by its use Â¬ IVlzj M for 1 il dt Infants and Children Castoria euros Colic Sour Stomach Diarrhoea Eructation Kills Worms gives sleep and promotes portion WH thout injur bus medication Constipation Castorl a io bo well adapted to children that I recommend it as superior to any proscription H A Ancuxs M D known to mo Ill So Oxford St Brooklyn N T The uso of Castoria is so universal and its merits so well known that it seems a work supererogation to endorao it Fow are tho of intelligent families who do not keep Castoria within easy reach Carlos Marttk DD City New York Lato Fostor Bloomingdalo Reformed Church For several years I havo recommended your Castoria and shall always continue to do so as it has invariably produced beneficial results Edwin F Paudot M D Tho Wlnthrop 125th Street and 7th Ave New York City Company 77 To Ckmtaur SIuriut Street New York PILESI FOR MEDICINAL THE GREAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY FOR S3 nv MS SALT RHEUM ECZEMA WOUNDS BURNS SORES CROUP BRONCHITIS c PILESI M The majority The majority for the now Constitu- Â¬ tion in the 112 countieB heard from officially is 134854 The vote in the counties yet to hear from will run up Large the total majority to 138000 enough for anybody SHILOHS CATARRH REMEDY marvelous cure for Catarrh Canker mouth and Diphtheria Headache With each bottle there is an ingenious nasal Injector for the more successful treatment of these complaints without extra charge 37 Price 60c Sold by J W Gayle A Send three two cent stamps for free sample box and book price eo cents CIZu BATH TOILET AND NURSERY PURPOSES For sale by TAR OID CO OAEPENTEE 4 CHICAGO ILL A REAL LUXURY Looking out over the many homes of this country we see thousands of women wearing away their lives in household drudgery that might be materially lessened by the use of a few cakes of SAPOLIO If an hour is saved each time a cake is used if one less wrinkle gathers upon the face because the toil is lightened she must be a foolish woman who would hesitate to make the experiment and he a churlish husband who would grudge the few cents which it costs If your grocer sends you anything in place cf SAPOLIO send it back and insist upon having just what you ordered SAPOLIO always gives satisfaction On floors tables and painted work it acts like a charm For scouring pots pans and metals it has no equal Everything shines after it and even the children delight in using it in their attempts to help around the house in Greenville Miss Judge Craddock who has been so very ill for the past two months is able to be out again Mr A H McClure attended the fu- Â¬ neral of Mrs Thos M Knott in Louisville Tuesday Mr Monte Pickett of Atlanta Ga is in the city visiting his fathers family on Ann street Mr Allen Hunt of Greenville Miss is visiting his aunt Mrs Mamie Haycraft South Side Mr Western Thomas of Indiana is in the city on a visit to his mother on Washington street Rev H G Henderson spent severÂ¬ al days at Kavanaugh Camp Meeting this week preaching Mr Henrv Crittenden and wife of Greenville Mississippi are visiting his mother in this city Mr R K McClure left Tuesday morning for Boston and New York to purchase his fall stock MiBs Kate Gheslin of Louisville ia visiting Mrs Chas E Haff corner of Shelby and Todd streets Mr W H Lewis of this county left Saturday for a trip to Knoxville and Independence Iowa Mr and Mrs J B Schweers of Augusta Ga are visiting Miss Mary Schweers on High street Miss Jennie Marshall of Louisville is visiting the family of Mr 0 F Proehl on the South Side Mrs Mame Satterwhite of Mt Sterling is visiting Mrs L 0 Kendall and Mrs K C Berry MiSB Nannie ORear of Mt Ster Â¬ ling is visiting the family of Mr Mason Williams Main street Mr Knox Brown of Owen county spent several days with relatives in this city the first of tho week Miss Lorena Nowhouse left Tuesday afternoon for a three weeks visit to Miss Fannie Spicer in Georgetown Â¬ Sunday scliool Union August 25th the Kentucky Midland will make rate of one fare from alj stations to Paris for delegates attending tho Sunday school LTnion at Â¬ Middlesborough Train No 1 leaving Frankfort at 545 a m will connect at Paris with special train from Covington 2Zi jm Maysville Fair Moore Jnmea iMonio Gearge Page Bud Scruggs Jossie Ellison Leroy Graham Miss Willio Simon Mrs Marthn Thompson Mrs Ly- Hnrdy O din Henry D 8 Oil Hawkins Mr Edith Taylor Miss MaryL W Weaver Ben C Will you heed the warning the Harper G Wunoh J I Hunber Thomas signal perhaps of the sure approach Ison Gorge Young Santford of that more terrible disease Con- Â¬ Ice Mrs Mary A Tho Maimger Ask yourself if you can Linchey Hnrvey sumption Expert Muutalagir afford for the sake of saving 50c to Lane Mrs Laura run tho risk and do nothing for it When oalling for those letters say ad- We know from experience that vertieeu Shilohs Cure will cure your cough Buffin Mrs Mnttio Bedford R D Daniels E W Tho Kentucky Midland will make rates to Maysvillo during the fair Aug 18th to 22d good returning on the 24th at ono faro for tho round trip On Thursday Aug 20th there will be a through coach from Frankfort which will return that day by special train from Paris where it will arrive on train leaving Maysville after the races Advertised Letters Below will ho found n letters for tho week 1801 ondin list of advertised Aujr 14th V t3 Grocers often eubstltuto ch per goods for SAPOLIO to make a bettor profit Send back such articles and insist on having just what you ordered Adl m G Aiulornou Luckett Willnrd Hnrit A Bledin M Moseley Meadows Bennett John I0RRYANT ROOK KEEPING i R Thorough Practical Instruction Graduates assisted to uositious Bo Catalogue free Write to COLLEGE STRATTON BUSINESS LOUISVILLE KY JACOB SWIGERT CO Have Removed From the Baltzel Building U What a Cough J M Saffell It never fails This explains why Postmaster were more than a Million Bottles of the Capital Hotelfr- sold the past year It relieves croup Happy Hooslers and whooping cough at once BSrThey will fill this space with an entirely new advertisement in a Mothers do not be without it For Wm Timmons Postmaster of Ida lame back sido or chest use Shilohs ville Ind writes Electric Bitters short time Sold by J W has done more for mo than all other Porous Plaster H101 MD 102 KM STR H 1 Gayle 37 Hatched From a Broken EjfRS Mrs 0 G Akins of Shelby county was in possession of a sotting of turkey eggs several woekB ago and by accident ono of them was broken medicines combined feeling arising from W y Kerby Mrs Wakefields sister-in-laare visiting relatives in Olean N Y Misses Marguerite and Ida Stono of Forks of Elkhorn are visiting Miss Edna Haydon near this city Mr Alfred W Harris of Louisville spent several days in tho city this week the guest of Mr H G Mattorn Prof E A Fellmer left Friday for a visit to Louisville and tho Swiss colony at Bornstadt Laurel county Mrs George Alexander of Green ville Miss is visiting her parents Hon Grant Green and wife in this city Miss Sallio Smith and brother De witt left Wednesday on tho City of Clarksvillo to visit relatives In Honry county Mr F M Edwards and family of Smitnfled who have bein visiting on the tthq family of Mr J A w Mrs J M Wakefield and Mrs After removing tho broking portion of the shell a piece of cloth was pasted over tho hole and the ogg 2 placed with tho others under a hen Carpenters Drug Store In vduetimo tho tho turkey cam Pabsts Milwaukoe beer tho coolest forth and is now doing as well aa the and tho best in tho city can be iounci rest of the brood at Goo B Salondors 45 St Clair and stockman Find Electrio Bitters to bo tho best Kidney and Liver meTcino Made me J W Gardner feel like a new man hardware merchant tome town says Electric Bitters is just the thing for a man who is all run down and dont care whether he HveB or dies ho found new strength good appetite and felt just like he had a new lease on life Oniy 50c a bottle at P H Liver trouble or that bad lidncy and John Leslie farmer of same place says -- H G MATTEKBT TECE rl i Capital City Business PEN will open 1 tute the llrst ber lHJl Collep Â¬ A w ART HALL AND SHORTHAND INSTI Monday In Septem Fhotoiragher 334 MAIN STRHKT Send for Nluht M sston open second Monday prospectus Address E II ELLIOTT July 4 8m Frankfort Ky KENTUCKY UNION iL liS l RAILWAY GO TIME CARD EFFECTIVE Leave Leave Leave Arrive LexIriKton Clay City mm 1890 300 p m 400 p in 451 ji m C25 p m 030 p in 1130 a m 125 p m v- jifl DECEMBER 21ST JOING EAST Somewhoro in tho city about a week ago a pair of gold rimmed N will sell round trip Tho L spectacles Findor will bo rewarded tickets to Pleasureville Aug 15 goo d upon returning same to uoou naw 49 lt to return same day at ono and one- - 317 Broadway m third faro Account of picnic -- More Cheap Rates street FRANKFORT New Hardware KY Store Co Winchester Lumber Point Arrive Three Forks Leave Three Forks Arrive Elkatuwa OOINVr Tho L K R R will also soil Wanted A Partner round trip tickets to Elizabothtown Aug 17th at ono faro limited to Aug 21st account of ro unioii of Federal soldiers E i Br 1Bryan i mJimmmmmmmm WtPffWi iw - j Agept k I want partner with a small capital to go into tho dry goods and grocery business in a country storo No ex Â¬ penses and a No 1 cash trade assured to tho right man For further par Â¬ ticulars apply to this office r i i 835 a m 1030 u in Arrive Three Forks Leave Three Forks 000 a in A HARDWARE STORE IN THE G05 a in Lumber WILL OPENHroiulwuy at present occupied by Arrive Clay City Point on 737 a m Arrive 30 a m Iiro on the 0 E Collins Arrive Winchester Lexington Arrive 030 a m Connections made at Lumbor Point with steamer for Beattyvllle Elkatuwa Is nearest station to Jackson Ky Trains between Three Their friends nro requested to reserve tnelr Forks and Lexington run dally between Three call upon them as soon us they lire Forks and Xlkutuwu dally Sundays excepted orders and ready for business J L MURPHY Julyl8 4t ueuerui passenger Agent Leave Elkatuwa 14 Geo L Hannen WEST f 1 7TK OF ATTGTTST I mi t - EC rmri r armn i rt d rAnij jc wrriwu iiwur i riLariDrp upi n itsttum itri -- rniiiiinianwiiv Tin iuii nan Mt wt NnT wrwn uihsjimuui wwuijk v v urPLraa uuki luariifr m a m riwiiidi nvvriu jvpviv - lf ttfi YMrnMBna l I Miles counsel and valuable assistance tho campaign would have boon a failure Acb on a now principle and tho ticket defeated Wo all know tho liver stomach and bowels though that the council ticket could never tho nerves A new discovery had Miles Pills speedily cure biliousness have been elected what it not boon was thought tho of bad taste torpid liver piles constipa- Â¬ for navebackingDemocratic organiza- Â¬ ueen to tion Splendid for men women and children Smallest mildest surest tion is said that tho new City Com Â¬ It 50 doses for 25 cents Samples free at mittee is composed of bolters and J W Gayleo Frankfort Ky 45 ly sore heads TIiIb will bo news to tho Democrats of Frankfort Maj Grant has not only a to Democracy butrecorda of unspottedÂ¬ Frozn Public was gallant Con Pill federate soldier Ben Farmer was Â¬ tho Secretary of the Brown and Truly no man knoweth what a day lor club and rendered as efficient Tay sor will bring forth Following close up as tho on the overwhelming rejection of tho vico inOur late county canvassor any Bill body first recollection by the mon Dohonoy was away back in Whig and old Constitution framed whose names have been revered as days Democratic household gods comes the startling DemocraticSheriff a spending all can his didate for Col E Polk John- own money intelligence that and all that ho could get son will shortly engage in tho retail from achieve Domo drug business What a sight for the cratia his relatives to Truott isand has success Will immortals will be tho visionn of our at urbane Public Printer drawing off a been a roliablo Democrat willing ser Â¬ to glass of vichy or shaving ice to bo all timestho give his money and mem- Â¬ party in used in a cooling draught of Moxie vices tothe committeefact every as reliable ber of Ho has just purchased the half and has quite as good is Democratic of Mr Paul Baimbridge in record as tho gentlemenawho are ob Â¬ interest Baimbridge tho firm of Johnson appointments t Tenth and Walnut Col Johnsons jecting to their motives of these mon What son Sidney is the senior partnor What doare the want Are they in- Â¬ The new firm will bo styled Johnson terested inthey candidacy of any man the Johnson which if Sidney followed for the mayoralty who desires a pli- Â¬ example of tho filial blacksmith able committee who will call a con- Â¬ tho might be changed to Johnson vention if it is his intorest or refuso Daddy Louisville Times to call one if it is his interest or do they sincerely the success SliiloliS Consumption the Democraticdesiro in city affairs of party If Cure the latter they can certainly rely on This is beyond question the most the now City Committee as it was successful Cough Medicine wo have appointed for tho sole purpose of per Â¬ over sold a few doses invariably fecting and maintaining Democratic cure the worst cases of Cough organization in such matters Right Oroup and Bronchitis while its won- Â¬ derful success in the cure of Con-Â¬ sumption is without a parallel in the Answer This Question history of medicine Since its first discovery it has been sold on a Why do so many people we see guarantee a test which no other around us seem to prefer to suffer medicine can stand If you have a cough we earnestly ask you to try it and be made miserable by Indiges-of Dizziness Price 10c 50c and 1 If your lungs tion Constipation up of the Loss Food use Attpetito Coming are sore chest or back lame for 75c Shilohs Porous Plaster Sold by J Yellow Skin when Vitalizer we willÂ¬ guaransell them Shilohs 37 Gayle teed to cure them Sold by J W -- regulating had Nerve and Liver workings of that campaign that wiso it not been for Mayor Taylor his Pills Base Ball Tho Capital City nine dofeated the -- FOR LOW PRICES CALL ON- - Peaks Mill nine at Lako Park on Tuesday by a score of 19 to 7 Tho Capital City nine wont to Georgetown on Wednesday and play Â¬ ed a game with tho Georgetown Club at tho Harvest Festival givon for tho bonefit of the Catholic Church of that city in Ponns woods which rosulted in favor of the Capital Citys by a Bcoro of 11 to 8 S Olub will play tho La Tho C Grange Club at Lako Park on Wed Â¬ nesday next August 19th Tho Georgetown Club is expected to play hero onThurhday tho 20th On Satur day tho 22d tho Olympics of Louis- Â¬ S team at ville will play tho C Lako Park Lawrence Young of tho Princeton College nino will bo in the box for tho Louisville boys Tho Crutcher Starks Olub go to Ploasureville this morning to play the Ploasureville nine at tho Pleas uroville Park this afternoon The clubs aro very evenly matched and havo already played threo games Starks winning two tho Crutcher the Pleasuroville boys one and Â¬ C E COLLINS Cement Mas Oils and Mixed BRO Iron Steel Belting Sash lr Hardware Wall Paper and Decorations Lime Plaster Paints Haras IDosrs Blisid3 sScc ALSO A FULL LINE OF owd cr Sliet and Spoils 1 Printer Roller Sewer and Flue Pipe and Rack Â¬ Salt MAIN m V Ik AND LEWIS STREETS Â¬ FRANKFORT KENTUCKY 3 Â¬ n iy P fitWaiF P03 ta The thirty first semiannual ses sion of this school willbegin Buckleus Arnica Salve The best salve in the world foi Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Tetter Rheum Fever Sores Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns and all Skin Eruptions and positively cures Piles or no pay required It is guaranteed to give fune iBjf ltmgEfTMIl JiimiHLlUIl1 perfect satisfaction or money re funded Price 25 cents per box was won by Marshall Selbert second For sale by South Side drug store Orutcher third Time 47J The fourth race one mile best P H Carpenter 5 iy Â¬ Â¬ iS-3-m I4i i A Fcr terms apply to T M TURNER Prin Fairview Miss May MrB m Ur J Â¬ I Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria City Politics I Gayle 37 Mashed His Foot Th e workman sent to this city by the James L Haven Elevator Com- Â¬ pany of Cincinnati to put up the passenger elevator in Mr John T Buckleys building on St Clair street met with a serious accident yester- Â¬ day morning which put a sudden stop to the work Ho was directing and assisting some hands in lowering the largo water cylinder into the cellar and when it was about half way into the cellar door the heavy cast-Â¬ ing rolled over catching his left foot and mashing it so badly that he had to be taken to his hotel where ho has since boon confined to his bed The doctor thinks no bones were broken and that he will be about soon v s w w to I if V M a Knowing that a cough can be in Frankfort Tuesday checked in a day and the first stages Mr Alex Julian and Rev U W of consumption broken in a week we Darlington are visiting Drennon hereby guarantee Dr Ackers EnSprings glish Cough and Caught Him in the Act tho money toRemedy buy will refund all who take it as per directions and do not find our ANNOUNCEMENT We have just received from Col D etatement correct mittee J W Gayle Druggist It was suggested that Mr Mangan O Orutcher now on a pilgrimage to 0 We are authorized to announce W H PAB RENTot Franklin county as a candidate tor should call an informal meeting of Now York City a copy of tho New AsMstant clerk ot the House of Representatives the members of the County Commit com- Â¬ W L of the next Legislature subject to the action of too residing in the Frankfort magis Â¬ York World containing numerous parison Coppersmith challenges any the Democratic caucus workmanship on Aug 15 te terial district Tho committee met illustrations of his adventures in that repairs in inhis line 234 St Clair anddt was agreed that a primary elec city In one of the cuts the artist street 45 1 y be t ion shouldwas called represents him aa actually tackling a m published the elec- Â¬ glass of ice water while an eager Tho call Those wishing to avail themselves Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria wo all know the result tion held and But very few know the difficulties crowd stands around watching to see of tho opportunity to take lessons on WAKItKN AYNES AllH rinlllttlT that had to bo ovorcome by tnose the effect of tho fluid upon a Ken- Â¬ the violin or piano during the sum vs Equity managing tho campaign to bring it to tucky Colonel It is hoped that he mer months can either see me or 5 Wakhks aynks Heiiw VcDefendnnts leavo word at tho residence of Mr Â¬ Pimples Htadachis Loss of a successful termination Many Dem Â¬ survived tho ordoal and will return Sol Harris No 228 Main street A IL IBItSONS HAVING CLAIJIS AGAINST ocrats as loyal and as true as tho gen the cotita ot Warrtn Ajucs deceased aro j Sleep a Weary Feeling Pains In- Prop Signor Blitz 40 tf soon to anxious friends who have felt hereby untitled to produce the same before me tlemen who are now kicking against on or before tho 21th day ot August lbJl proven Body or Limbs Want of Appetite tho action of the Central Committee great uneasiness since they heard of required by law objected to tho call alleging that it his indiscretion Eruptions WM CROMWELL If you suffer from The Cyclers ConnnisMoner F C C P was unauthorized and wero in part jany of these symptoms take sustained by party autho rity Tho Tho bicycle races woro not quite so DOCTOR chairman of tho committee was urged THE FIRST SYMPTOMS largely attended or as interesting to writo and did write Gen Cas OF DEATH Thursday afternoon as they were tleman to procure from him an in Â¬ pains dull dorsement of the committees action in Tired fooling of thohoadachosinking upon tho two former occasions but body parts and was never able to procure such a at various of tho stomach loss of ap- Â¬ still there wero lively contests in tho pit KNOWN AS THE DUDLEY as would bear publication Tho letter TllK FAHM the city limits ot Frankfort on tho lit ur petite fovorishness pimples or sores ENGIilSH writer was in consultation with aro all positivo ovidonco of poisoned each raco VtTMillles pike containing aCi acres is tor rent t rem March 1KL to March 1st 18Jt In tho first rnco one milo cham Â¬ Mayor Taylor in his library on the Tho matter how it became pionship handicap pi ice Is well lt adapted to ctiicrul tunning stock Monday before tho election whou blood No must there was a bad growing and lias luUnn railim and tobacco bo purified to avoid tho chairman of the committeo came Soisonod it Ackers English Blood start and Marshall Crutcher and tawi tor dairy mid marketing For particulars apply to the undersigned at Capital Hotel or in saying that ho had received a lot Elixir has never failed to Frank Chlim Frankfort Ky ter from Gen Oastleman indorsing scrofulous or syphilitic poisonsremove Botts the threo beat riders wero loft Aug tf MARY J DUDLEY Sold tho action of tho committee and do under positive guarantee at the scratch tho raco boing won by sired to advise with us as to its pub- Â¬ Minus Williams Heonoy second and 9 J W Gayle Druggist lication Tho letter was road aloud Selbort third Timo not taken and it was agreed that its publica- Â¬ Tho second raco ono mile for best IH tion would loso us tho election and Because Your Blood Is Impure Conic and Sec Us WHY m aMVriiTy jQ 1 1 1 by common consent it was consigned J riders Marshall Betts and CrutchS you over used mercury Ilnvo If bo m -- m jv 1 Wo havo closed tho store on Mar- Â¬ to tho flames av ou c ai r mw ri t er was a vory protty contest The dhl tho glvo yourself tho needed attention sATOaax wiimiWMMg timo Dont you know thut as nt The purport of tho lotter was sim- Â¬ ket street and transferred all our in ply this that there was no regularly business to tho store on tho corner of three went away togother but boforo appointed City Committoo out as Main and Lewis streets opposite thoy got around tho lower turn Mar tho mombors of tho County Com Farmers Bank Wo invito all of our shall took the lead Botts second and S to ensuro freedom from the after elfccta KiiKllsli lllooda if Doctor is AckcrH known medtclno IHKi vXwsna Z0 jmitteo residing in Frankfort had old customors to call on us at our Crutcher away back Tho running up ICIIxIr tho only that S w ill thoroughly erndicnto tho poison from called tho primary that ho Gen now storo whore wo will bo glad to the back stretch was livoly about tho tho system Got it from your druggist Oastleman would recognize it and wait on thorn as usual orwrltoto W H HOOKER ilVerwarec CO S O E Collins half milo polo Orutchor passad BetSft Bro would at some future time appoint a 45 tf 40 Woot Broadway New York I City Committoo to tako charge of city fltaiuaaaaaaa and caught Marshall who was windpolitics This is tho extent of Gon For sale by J W Gayle Intending buyers of ed and soon dropped to third place Oastlemans offending He has done WATCHES CLOCKS bicycles should not The racing around the upper stretch what he told tho chairman he would do Tho committoo was appointed fail to write to the was nip and tuck between Orutchor These Celebrated ENGLISH DOCTOR Pills aro a 1oslttvo Cure tor Sick in the intorest of the Democratic LOUISVILLE ICYCLE and Betts aud thoy came into tho not in tho interest of any per- Â¬ and lype Writer Company 812 homo strotch sido and side From UcuJachc par ty and NICKERS Constipation IlllluuincA pleat Biuull son or persons or to further the plots or W Market street Louisville Ky unt and a fuvortto with tbc Repaired and Warranted thoro nearly to tho Btring it was PURE ludle Sold In England tor Is schemes of any man or sot of men Wo have naught to say against tho gen Â¬ before purchasing their mojnts oithors raco Botts ciossing tho mark I PINK IXil in America for 8Se Get them from your Druggists or tlemen who think they constitute tho some place else This company only about a foot in kho load Crutch A CO to W II IIOOKBK As a committoo can furnish any safety bicycle in City Committeo PILLS end Wwt UrgJwy Ntw York i 40 er second Marshall third Timo they had little if anything to do with 233 St Clair street the city canvasB Everybody knows the market and the prices are the 329 who knows anything of tho insido lowest I Muy2 ly Third raco ono forth milo dash For sale by J W Gayle Â¬ Â¬ Editor Roundabout It may be treason to show up tho secret8oftho Democratic camp but aa the motives of Gen Oastleman the Central Committeo and others have been unjustly criticised on ac- Â¬ count of the appointment of a Dem cratic City Committee it will be at least pardonable and certainly just to all concerned that a few of the secrets of that very remarkable mu- Â¬ nicipal campaign of 1890 should bo revealed if for no other purpose than to satisfy and pacify if possible the Democrats who are kicking against the action of tho Central Committee The writer very early in tho autumn of 1890 suggested in a communication published in the Evening Journal the propriety and advisability of call- Â¬ ing a convention or primary election to nominate candidates for Oouncilmen and School Trustees Mr Mangan a member of the County Committee knowing the writer and having read the communication before the publi- Â¬ cation advised with him as to the best manner of proceeding in ordor to make a call that would stick We looked up all the records available and found that there did not then ex ist a regularly authorized City Com August 13th 1891 Rentzs Circus opened their season May 2d last and d have been meeting with success Is it any wonder everybody goes to it It has been visited by judges lawyers clergy- Â¬ men and the leading men of tho well-deserve- Eentz Cos circus and menagerie riders barrod had three starters and waB won by Hearsey Selbort second Beo Williams third Time 359 Fifth race half milo dash free for for all was won by Crutcher Betts second Time 137 the same time in which Crutcher won at the same dis- Â¬ tance on Thursday of last week Next Thursday a two milo race will bo substituted for one of tho othor when the staying qualities of the boys will be tested been sick for some time is some bet-Â¬ Hamilton is very sick Adalino Anderson who has ter army and navy and the nation and highly endorsed by all and everyone It is certainly a most wonderful affair and deserves its titlo of tho largest and best two ring circus and menagerie on earth 2imes Will bo here on Wednesday August 19th Wilsons Grand Opening George Wilsons minstrels gave a magnificent entortainmont at the opera house Friday evening Many who have attended his initial per- Â¬ formances in this city for tho past two years declared it was tho best ha had ever given an Elmira audience The first part settings were artistic elaborate original and unsurpassed The jokes and bon mots were of modern vintage and tho Beau Brumrael costumes were costly enough fov grand opera Among the specialties that were particularly good wero Mr Wilsons medleys Hi Tom Ward Bunnel and Rankin Rowes pedestal clog and W H Rices burlesque ex- Â¬ travaganza Frank Dumont deserves much praise for the efficient coach- inir ne cave me comoiv ana ior n very laughable finals Tho whole per-lurmnnce irom oeginning to ena was heartily enjoyed by one of tho largest audiences that ever nememhlnrl in ih onera house Emnernr OoorfB stnrtR olf with a sure winner this season Elmira N Y Telegram Aug 2d Will bo at the Opera House on Wednesday evening September 2d Â¬ When Baby was sick wo garo her Castoria When she was a Child she cried for Castoria When sho became Miss she clung to Castoria When she had Children she gave them Castoria DO NOT SUFFER ANY LONGER day Tho Y M C A of Graefenburg mot at Mrs Maggie HerndouB Wed- Â¬ nesday night A protracted meeting is in progress at Daulton Bchool houso The meet- Â¬ ing commenced last Saturday night Rev Ed Roborts is tho preacher Mr John Thompson and wife were Mrs Matilda Pollard is very sick at this writing Mrs Mary Belle Myers of La Grange is visiting her father Mr John Hamilton Mr and Mrs Tony Dorton visited their son Mr Brock Dorton of Sand riflle the first of the week Mr Virgil Hieatt and Robert Riner visited Sandrifllo last Sunday Our friends should take more intorest in the Sunday school Dont send your children to Sunday school but take them Mr Boyd Hancock of Henry coun- Â¬ ty will commence school at Mink run district this county next Mon- Â¬ Â¬ 15 NOTICE Â¬ ft t 111 ACKERS BLOOD 3 Farm for Rent G Â¬ ELIXIR JMHtlL r jmi l - izra rii j Â¬ Â¬ WSSxim wmmmp awdry I H JEWELRY wi Â¬ SELBERT s4 rnMMKHNHK s aWaMaMaWaaWaaBaMWaWaWaMaWaMWaMBMaMaMMMMaMBMM stared at tao poet offloe at Frankfort Kentucky ae eecoad claes mailable matter fiEO A LEWIS FRANKFORT Editor and Publisher AUG lfi 1891 At Rest W WrtS m V vJ w y tfK In our last issuo we made mention of the fact that little Dick Morris was lying at the point of death with lock jaw caused by breaking his right wrist three weeks ago amputa Â¬ tion of the arm having become necessary The poor little fellow lingered until a few minutes before four oclock Tuesday morning when death came to his relief Few peo- Â¬ ple are called upon in this world to undergo the intense suffering this little fellow endured for more than a week and death to him was indeed a great blessing He was a great favorite with his teacher and school- Â¬ mates so gentlemanly and kind was his treatment of all with whom he was thrown in contact and he will be sadly missed by them nil At home he was the pet of the house- Â¬ hold the joy of fond parents hearts and they are completely crushed under the great affliction that has God pity the come upon them stricken hearts and help them to bear the burden he has seen flt to lay upon them Fruit The funeral took place Wednesday afternoon from the First Presbyterian Church the services being conducted Â¬ by Rev H G Henderson of the aging the peaches and other fruit upon the trees stunting their growth Methodist Church and causing some varieties to dry up Mr Jennings the fruit farmer says Formed a Syndicate some of his finest peach trees trom We are informed by Col Ed C which he expected large and fine Went that he and Col Thos H Cor preserving fruit are not doing well bett have formed a syndicate and se- Â¬ ni all since the hot spell the fruit cured the exclusive use of a patent ripening at about the size of a wal Â¬ bill with which they will go out to nut and very indifferent at that feed with the chickens after the first Mr Lester All Riglit of September They have agreed to let all the other gentlemen now The report that Rev P G Lester holding positions upon the Capitol member of Congress from Virginia Square who are liable to receive the g b on the first of September in and a minister Of the Particular Bap Â¬ upon the ground floor on payment tist Church was paralyzed last week Col Corbett in Washington and was lying in a of fifty dollars each says the chickens have always made criticalcondition in that city is amis a good living at the business and he take Mr Lester has many friends dont see why he and Col Went in this county where he spent sever Â¬ al weeks in the early part of the sum- Â¬ cant do likewise mer who will be glad to hear that Runaway A he isingood health He wrote to Mr B Farmer of Farmdale a few days Mr Ed Claassen the plumber was ago saying he was all right driving his delivery wagon loaded A Cure for Paralysis with lumber up Lewis street Tues Â¬ day afternoon and at the corner of Frank Cornelius of Purcell Ind Broadway one of the shaft clips I induced Mr Pinson Ter says broke letting the shafts fall upon the whose wife had paralysis in the face horses heels The animal gave a fn lmv n hnttlfi of Chamberlains plung sideways breaking the shafts Pain Balm To their great surprise loose from the wagon and jerking before tne Dottle naa an ueen useu Her dm wna n crrpnt ipn better Mr Claassen who held a firm grip on face had been drawn to one side but the reins out upon the ground cut- Â¬ the Pain Jiaim reueveu an pain aim ting his hands and bruising his head soreness and the mouth assumed its It is also a certain shape sbut fortunately not injuring himÂ¬ natural cure for rheumatism lame back seriously The horse ran up Broad- sprains swellings and lameness 50 way and into the door of the Meri- Â¬ cent bottles for sale by J W Gayle wether Hotel where it was caught Agents for wholesale houses in ono of the larger cities wore canvassing hung the residonco portion of the city on Mlcltflesborougli Thursday soliciting orders for gro- Â¬ To VK2S iWffi ceries which they propose to furnish JiV3r mm TwW fiEu There will be alarge delegation from at prices far below what our local Franklin county to the Middles merchants aro selling and we are borough Sunday school Convention sorry to say that some of tour citi- Â¬ August 25 to 28 zens who are in other lines of busi Let delegates be prompt in secur- Â¬ ness but are dependent upon this ing certificates at RK McClures community for their patronage m placed orders with these agents re Children Enjoy questing them to say nothing about The pleasant flavor gentle action it We do not know how many orOISTIS and soothing effects of Syrup of Figs ders they secured but suppose very many as cheap grocories generally Both the method and results when when in need of a laxative and if the father or mother be costive or bilious catch the average housekeeper The Syrup of Fijs is taken it is pleasant the most gratifying results follow its citizens who gave these orders knew and refresliing to tlie tasto and acts use so that it is the best family very well when they did so that they gently yet promptly on the Kidneys sysand Bowels- cleanses remedy known and every family were injuring their town yvnd that Livereffectually dispels colds thehead Â¬ tem the merchants who pay license to do aches and fevers should have a bottle and cures habitual business here and whose taxes go to constipation Syrup of Figs is the keop up the city have a perfect right only remedy of its kind ever pro- Â¬ Elected Warden to expect their trade else why did duced pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach prompt in Capt J W Marshall who has been they want it kept secret Kentucky Pen- Â¬ It is this same class of people who its action and truly beneficial in its Deputy Warden of the itentiary in this city for the past two stand upon the street corners talk effects prepared only froin the most or three years was elected Warden the loudest about the slow going old healthy and agreeable substances it3 of the Branch Penitentiary at Eddy town and bewail the lack of proges many excellent qualities commend it ville by the Board of Sinking Fund sive spirit among our citizens and to all and have made it the most Commissioners on Friday of last yet stab the town in the back in this popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c He will be succeeded by Mr way when the opportunity offers week and 81 bottles by all leading drug Â¬ No wonder that Frankfort is be S O Nunn present Duputy Warden gists Any reliable druggist who Branch Penitentiary at Eddy hind her neighbors in every thing may not have it on hand will proat the and she will always be so if her lead Â¬ ville cure ing citizens continue to go away from wishesit promptly for any one who to try it Do not accept any home to buy their supplies in order Drying Up substitute to save a few pitiful cents upon a CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO The excessively hot weather we barrel of sugar a sack of coffee or a SAN FRANCISCO CAL Â¬ have had for a week or two is dam yard of cloth new york ny Lovisviue r fall to life imprisonment Duncan was lying in jail at Loxington under sentence of death and was soon to be Selling by Sample i - - 3KHI JOI Sppfficis WjJSs3k Doonefl to TTNDER PREVAILING M MANY 1 - Â¬ PfVft - u hl es re Io I t0 lfitl by ilL oiise merely because the owners full to take measures to pre- - CONDITIONS Jf M DR JOS HAAS M Â¬ Â¬ ENJOYS Bog and Arrest Poultry Mr - fj 4fl Used successfully for 15 yearsWill Â¬ est Disease Prevent Disease Expel Worms Stop the Cough Increase tho 1lesh mid Hasten Maturity 1 25 and 50c PRICKS S2G0 pemkg 251b CnilS 21250 The largest iiMrknups irntlinfilnnn- - Â¬ W AG YLE JPUANKFOBT XtY Ask for Testimonials C2HoBoUgy a pamphlet on swine will be mailed to any address on receipt of a two cent For Sale bv stump Joe Haas V S Mar Indianapolis 7 Gm Ind Â¬ Aflministrators ALL ifolice Â¬ persons hnvlns claims apa Inst the estate of Dean will present tho same to me proven accon Ins to law before September lsc IbJI All persons knowing themselves Indebted to the estate of aid deeodent are requested to come forward and settle at once JOS TSTAT EN Admliilntritor Wm Dean deed cn V Well Hardly After advertising a balloon ascen sion at Lake Park on the fourth of July and a failure on the part of the aeronaut to show up and then mak- Â¬ ing three attempts since that time to send up a balloon from that point all of which were failures the mana- Â¬ gers of the park cannot expect the people to go down there any more to see the attractions they offer Messrs Hermes Staley Co should now take a turn at keeping their promises with the people or they will be looked upon aB first class frauds and treated accordingly The people of this city may be made fools of occasionally but when a lot of fellows try to keep it up all summer it becomes monotonous FARM FOR SALE LYING OF county BrlJpeport mile A FARMfrom at a ACRES Franklin ABOUT Well Improved ottered for sale bnrraln 150 A Is LEXINGTON KY and finely watered Aug 15 lm For terms apply to J II Sukets Benson Ky J AMES A VIOLETT ATTORNEY AT LAW FRANKFORT KY PRACTICE IN ALL THE COURTS OF Franklin county and tlie Court of Appeals Superior and Federal Courts opposite County Ofilce In Duvall building CleiksOfllce June6 3m W J CHINN JR Of- Â¬ FAIR 25 Competition Open I s v3 11 11 28 4 29 to tlie World FREE Tlie Small boy is Happy Will practice in all State Courts fice second floor Custom House Jan 30 ly The bills announcing an exhibition WM to be given in this city on Wednes- Â¬ W day next of Rentz Cos Circus ATTORN were put up Wednesday MXD- and straightway the small boy put away REAI JBSTATJS AGENT his base ball and bat and has since PRACTICE IN THE COURTS 0 Franklin and the adjoining counties an been admiring the flaming posters will also give special attention to the purchase Even the announcement of another and Bale of real estate collection of ttnte claims balloon ascension at Lake Park and the legotlatton of loans 1nnSK 1 would make no impression upon his mind as he is intently counting over the nickels he has saved and the number of days before the show comes Hell not forget the date THE LAW PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE between us has been by mutual Co can count on his consent this day dissolved We will wind up all and Rentz Persons Indebted to us old business together being there in force will settle with either EY-AT-LA- CROMWELL The most attractive program ever offered TWO RACES EACH DAY nnnn f HEuEii THOS Ladles and Children Admitted Free the First Day at Qpeclal trains on all railroadsÂ¬ excursion rates For fnrtner Information and catalogue ad dress tne Secretary WHITNEY Pres L MARTIN Secretary GEO H Dissolution Notice l Dr W L Eelley OF CINCINNATI WILL BK AT THB Itleaglier for Mayor fc the coming December politicians are casting candidate and among name of Mr John Mflnphfir in surcrested He is one of our most successful business men has had considerable experience in the management of city affairs as a member of the City Council and will doubtless make a first class officer if elected to the position As we will have to elect a Mayor of m Tarpon for Rats Railroad The depot of the be infested with in thi3 city used to rats but last spring several tarpon caught in Florida and mounted were shipped to this city and left lay in the depot for several days after their ar rival and since that time scarcely a rat has been seen about the premises It is supposed that the scent of the fish frightened the rodents out of the building If this really was the cause it would pay many house- Â¬ keepers in this city to send to Florida for one of these otherwise useless denizens of the deep L N Tlie Circus Those who failed to see Rentz Cos Royal European Circus and Men Â¬ agerie missed the opportunity of a lifetime It is the best old time 2 ring performance that ever exhibited in Chicago It certainly is a first class show and the management live up to what they advertise No wonder the pross and public are so intense in their enthusiasm Ghicaro Inter Ocean June tf C or J J A SCOTT A VIOLETT OHIO the city at election the about for a others the CHILD BIRTH MADE EASY Mothers Friend is a scientific- Â¬ CAPITA HOTSUL lfBlNKFOKT IN KY ally prepared Liniment every ingre- Â¬ dient of recognized value and in constant use by the medical pro- Â¬ fession These ingredients are com- Â¬ bined in a manner hitherto unknown Friday August 28 1801 Friday September 18 1891 Friday October 9 1891 BLEEDING Chloroform I H The above Circus Co will give an exhibition in this city on Wednesday next August 19th Got Out in Time For eighteen months Frankfort Lodge No 4 A Y M had seven- Â¬ teen hundred dollars on deposit with the Masonic Savings Bank of Louis- Â¬ ville on which they were drawing four per cent tinterest The money was withdrawn early in the summer and placed oleswhero and now the officers of the Lodge are congratula- Â¬ ting themselves as the bunk went under on Saturday Cheap Rates to Eminence will sell sound trip tickets to Eminence August 20 to 22 inclusive at one fare good returning until August 21th on account of Col- Â¬ The L N Paroled Fine Tubers Mr Wm M Bristow of this county has a fine crop of Irish potatoes this year and has sent us in a sample of eight which averaged six inches in length and two inches in diameter and the eight weighed six and a half The Board of Sinking Fund Com- Â¬ ored Fair E P Bryan missioners paroled the followihg con- Â¬ Agent victs at their meeting on Saturday Joseph and Campbell Noel of Mer- Â¬ cer county for twenty one years each for manslaughter may retain Thomas Rose of Rockcaotlo county for manslaughter five years its youthful color Joseph Jordon of Clark county fullness and beauty murder life sentence dress it daily Hugh Jackson of Laurel county shooting with intent to kill one year with John H Hayes of Washington county manslaughter five years Manuel Warfield of Hopkins coun- Â¬ It cleanses the ty grand larceny seven yeara WILL DO all fnat is claimed for HAND MORE It Shortens Labor Lessens Pain Diminishes Danger to Book Life of Mother and Child to Mothers mailed FREE con- Â¬ taining valuable information and voluntary testimonials Sent by expresi on receipt of price f 160 per bottfc BRA0FIEL0 RE6ULAT0R CO MOTHERS FRIEND 99 BLIND or ITCHING Cured wltovet any surgical operation and wltfc little or no pain Ligature or Knife not neoescan wltn tnlt mode of treatmasV FISTULA I2V ANO It cured FISSURES Cored without cutting or tearing ULCERATION CATARRh Atlanta Oa SOLD BY ALL FUGOI8Ta That Your Hair oJTILWeITy BUYS A GOOD GOLD WATOH Of the bowel cured Dr Bed baa now been flatting this city rtgo urlyfor nearly HtvenKuis and Hie muny curea ho has maae ttinoiig the wealthy and InHmnUi citizens are sufficient erUlence of his success It Is now a well establlsha fact thut rnan di eftnea of the stomach liver kidney bladdsr voiub and nervous syararn are either cauwl of coexistence of tu irravted by lht RECTAL ULCKUPILKd VISXD JUL FISSURE or KRVERENCKS Oobftr Frankfort Ky Franklin Morris ttraetensburg J T Btoteu Kriinkiort Ky V Merbertch Frauhfort Ky He L P Hulett Benson Ky A U McClure Krankfort Ky Richard Ferguson Frankfort Ey w i Hughes Frankfort Ky Dnvld Moore HeiiHon Kt Jiih M Wltbrnw FrnnCforf Ky DR KKTXKTS office and residence li at K West Eighth street Cincinnati and where he may be found erery day of each week KXCKPT Dr K BY OUR CLUB SYSTEM Our 14 karet patent stilfened sold cases are warranted lor 20 years Waltham and EIkIii movement rullublo and well known Stem wind and set hunting or open face ladys or gents size Kijuulto any 70 watch Wo sell one of these- watches for K J Ayers Hair Vigor scalp cures humors and stimulates a new growth of hair pounds Wlio 52as A Bog Spavin Ky remarks The Quinns Ointment you sent me has removed a largo Bog Spavin and gave perfect satisfaction Mr G W Dugan of Danville Sentence Commuted EC Governor Bucknor on Monday commuted the sentonco of Anthony Duncan the negro who murdered Dr Gorham in Fayette county last and send to any address by reslstered mall orbv express CO lwlth prlvlleo of exunilnutlon Our audit at Durham N C wr Our Jewelers have confessed thv dont know how you can furnish such workfor tlu money 28 CASH FBIDA1B AND 8ATUBDAYQ pamphlets describing these diseases and tal treatment seat free U any one by at dressing mode of This remedy is worth many times the price and will remove blemishes for which you would gladly pay fifty dol- Â¬ lars Dr Lowell Mass J C Ayer Co wanted at each place 48 Wrltofor particulars Y W EMPIRE WATOH NCO and BOMalden Lane New York 269 West Biffhth St Oinoinnati O BT CONSULTATION FR131 VJ - I KELLEY M D t i te jgwjgxga JWtay I K HERMES Scc Treas m II S STALEY Manager GEO HELM AN Asst Mng Lake Park and Base Ball Grounds now Open C IDAJXTGTlGc EJ VEIVy P F GROWER Main nnd Broadway M CO i MONDAY Xjocflso uit WEDNESDAY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS tA for USTe w attractions JLdraission 25 cents Xja HFxee dles I jgrzr o 4 Bids will be received on all privileges at Lake Park during the encampment All business connected Co 131 St Clair Street with our firm will be transacted at Hermes H S Â¬ STYLET 2vxnagrer Council Meeting members present except FRANKFORT FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT merous police officers it would be AUG 15 Bellepoint is now supplied with nu- WOOD MANTELS Â¬ f 181 well for them to look after the reck- Â¬ less shooters in their town Tuesday Aug 11 1891 Tho council met in regular month- Â¬ ly session All Coun- A New Chief The resignation of Mr Richard Ferguson as Chief of the Fire Depart Â¬ ment which was tendered several weeks ago was accepted by Mayor Mangan on Tuesday and Mr Ed H Taylor plugman of the Fire Depart- Â¬ ment under the law takes charge of the department as chief until a new one is appointed Capt W A Abbott who has long been with Messrs Percival and Hat ton Real Estate and Insurance Brokers Des Moines Iowa and is one of the best known and most re- Â¬ spected business men in that city says I can testify to the good qualities of Chamberlains Cough Remedy Having used it in my family for the past eight years I can safely say it has no equal for either 50 cent bottles for colds or croup sale by J W Qayle cilman Church A message was read from the May- Â¬ Husbands too often permit wives or in regard to the K M railroad and parents their children to suffer bonds the unpaid interest on which from headache dizziness neuralgia due the city amounts to something sleeplessness fits nervousness when likeSl6500 He urged such steps to by the use of Dr Miles Restorative be taken as would lead to its early Nervine such serious results could collection easily be prevented Druggists every Â¬ Councilman Payno submitted a re- Â¬ where say it gives universal satisfac Â¬ port in regard to the mission school tion and has an immense sale Wood in the West End which was adopted Co of Ft Wayne Ind worth The school will bo opened Snow Co of Syracuse N Y J 0 A petition was received from Mrs Wolf Hillsdale Mich and hundreds Noecker requesting that her grocery of others say it is the greatest seller license be transferred to Jas Moore they ever knew It contains no A petition was received from John opiates Trial bottles and fine book Dean asking that he be granted a on nervous Diseases free at rebate on taxes Referred to finance A Husbands Mistake MANTEL CABINETS Tile Hearths Facings GRATES etc Â¬ Mb IK 11 M m county formerly of Simpson county will succeed Col FJT 0 Went as chief clerk in the ciifce of the Super- Â¬ intendent of Pubilc Instruction when Capt Ed Porter Thompson takes charge of the office Hon 0 W Threlkeld of Stamping Ground will Died in Louisville probably bo appointed to one of the Mr James M Crockett formerly of other clerkships Mr John W Payne this city died at his home in Louis- Â¬ being the only one of the old force ville last week after a lingering Lwho will be retained m illness with consumption aged 57 years Mr Crockett was born and Will go Into Camp raised near Bridgeport this county On Wednesday next the officers of for a time kept a store at Graef the Second Regiment Kentucky enburg Shelby county and for a number of years was a clerk in the State Guard will go into a camp of Â¬ Auditors Office He leaves a widow instruction at Lake Park and on Tues day the 25th they will be joined by formerly Miss Florence Mayhall and the balance of the regiment The six children to mourn his loss whole body will remain in camp un- Â¬ Another Golden Wedding til the 2d of September and will take part in tho parade upon the occasion Dr Andrew Neat and wife for of the inauguration of Gov John many years residents of Bridgeport Young Brown on Tuesday Septem- Â¬ this county celebrated the fiftieth ber 2d anniversary of their marraige at their The Secret of Success home in New Albany Indiana on last week The many Wednesday of J W Gayle druggist believes that friends and relatives of the Doctor the secret of success is perseverance and wife in this county congratulate Therefore he persists in keeping the them upon having passed the fiftieth finest line of perfumeries toilet arti milestone of their married life and cles cosmetics drugs and chemicals Ho especially invites on truBt they may live to see many more all the market personB who have palpitation returns of the anniversary Mrs short breath weak or hungry spells Neat is a sister of Dr U V Williams pain in side or shoulder oppression and Mrs J D Robinson of this city night mare dry cough smothering dropsy or heart disease to try Dr Heart Miles unequaled not the day of small things before it is too lateNew has the CureÂ¬ Depise larg It as the tiny pill taken from a vial of est sale of any similar remedy Fine Dr Pierces Pleasant Purgative Pel- Â¬ book of testimonials free Dr Miles lets said to the 300 pound man suff Restorative Nervine is unsurpassed ering from indigestion As a gentle for etc thorough laxative the Pellets resem Â¬ and sleeplessnessno headache fits 5 opiates it contains closely in their ble Nature more action than anything before discover- Â¬ Kate to the Cave ed Business and professional men need whose habits are sedentary trip The L N will sell something of this kind to ward off ets to Mammoth Cave round 14 to tick- Â¬ 22d Aug and dyssick headache biliousness at rate of 1570 which includes one pepsia but which will not strain and days board and fees for long and rack the digestive organs as did the short routes Limited to Aug 24th old fashioned pills 25 cents per vial E P Bryan at all druggists Agent Â¬ A Complete line on exhibition Fifty different patterns on the floor to make selections from Builders are invited to examine our 5 J w Gayles committee stock Anyone unable to visit our show room will be furnished cataA petition from Mrs Valanding ham praying for a rebate on her logues on application To tfWjjjyaCol Went Cincinnati and Louisville prices duplicated taxes was received and referred to Experienced workmen to set mantels Satisfaction guaranteed Prof T M Goodnight of Lincoln finance committee Petition was received from United Grocery Company colored asking for license to do business on Ann street Referred to license commit- Â¬ tee A petition was received from South Frankfort parties asking that a sewer be built from Third and Logan to the river Referred A rebate was asked for on taxes by the late Henry Samuels eferred Edward Lynch was granted per- Â¬ mission to erect a house on Holmes street Mayor Mangan made known his approval of the resolution to macadamize Short street South Side school board for 1800 Councilman Tobin moved that the tax book be left in the treasurers hands until the first of September Adopted Councilman Gaines moved that an investigation be made regarding grocery stores selling feed stuffs without licenses Referred to license 1 Vi o C F BROWER fl CO Draperies Carpets Furniture Wall Paper The clerk was ordered to draw his warrant in favor of chairman of WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE HAS LED ALL WORM REMEDIES FOR EVERY BOTTLE GIMRAMTEED 20 YEARS f 1J committee A petition was received from J E Miles asking that a gas poat be placed at the corner of Buffalo Alley Referred Tho city attorney was ordered to collect licenses from the proprietor of the Kenyon Hotel A resolution was adopted making the second and fourth Tuesday even- Â¬ ings of each month the regular meeting nights of the council The council ordered the Steele street sewer built Co petitioned the Geo Hannen council for license to run hardware store on corner of Broadway and Lewis streets Referred Councilman Payne offered a resolu- Â¬ tion authorizing the city to borrow 5000 from the State National Bank Adopted Monthly accounts were allowed and the council adjourned For many years Mr B F Thomp Â¬ son of Des Moines Iowa was severe- Â¬ ly afflicted with chronic diarrhoea He says At times it was very severe so much bo that I feared it would end my life About seven years ago I chanced to procure a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It gave me prompt relief and I believe cured ine permanently as I now eat or please I have also used it in my family with the best rftults For sale by J W Gayle 47 SOU EVERYWHERE PREfAKD BY RICHARDSON TAYLOR MED CO STLOUISMO CRAY CHURCH iTJ iZU K Hardware Merchants HAVE THE BEST- - i APPLE PARERS IIT t Â¬ THE MABZET JAY-EYE-S- EE I Circus Coming city on Wednesday noxt August 19th The Milwaukee Iowa Sentinel says of the exhibition Packed audiences greeted the per formances given in this city by itontz Gos railroad circus muBOum men Â¬ and the agerie and hippodrome rounds of applause which frequently arose from tho throngs inside the immense tents proved thov appreci Â¬ ated and were pleased with the en Â¬ tertainment Their trainod animals were prolific of pleasant motion and the various features woro all exceed Â¬ ingly funny and onlivening Tho whole performance goes with a vim which is always gratifying Throws it Oft There is no disease more disagreea Â¬ ble and uncomfortable than catarrh ItattackB the young and the old and it is too often allowed to take its course In such cases it frequently becomes dangerous The poison ex Â¬ tends to tho throat and lungs re sulting in complications that aro not readily overcomo All forms of ca Â¬ tarrh howovor disappear boforo SÂ¬ S S and that medicine is now recognized as an almost infallible remedy for tho disease Itrogulatos tho liver improves tho digestion and brings about conditions that onablo tho sys Â¬ tem to throw off tho malady Catarrh nnd its attending aggravations dis Â¬ appear boforo S S S and so do all other diseases that grow out of a bad liver and impuro blood Resotting specialty of flno work diamonds etc 231 St Clair street 45 ly W L CopporsmiMi makes Rentzs Circus will exhibit in this drink without harm anything I lm Mr J I Case Hickory Grove Farm homo of Itnctne Wis tayh Alter trying every known remedy 1 removed u largo hunch of two years standing from u 3 year old lllly with threo applications of Juy-Eye-S- Engraving of all kinds promptly attended to at W L Coppersmiths 234 St Clair street 45 ly Old Judge is tho best whisky in Kentucky 40 50 nnd GO cents a quart at Mitchells on Broadway QUINNS 0INTME6 1 1 of Is t ho host preparation I havo ever used or heard 1 heartily recommend it to all Horsemen lK1 llMu31 v vHithapc hark have hundreds o such testimonials rrlceSlSO per bottle Askyourdrugststforlt Iflio does not keep tt oviul us 3c stuuiii or silver for trial box w is K11V CO Whitehall N Y We C Watches clocks and jewelry of standard brand at Coppersmiths be Â¬ sides sold at deadrocl prices 234 45 ly St Clair street m rst DWARD -- Careless Shooting Somo ono in Bellepoint fired off n a needle gun about 12 oclock on Wednosday night aiming it acrots tho rivor Tho ball struck a window framo on tho sido of Mr John Deans residenco on north Wilkorson street tearing off a portion of tho caBing If tho ball had passed ono foot to tho right it would havo gono through the window and struck the bod in which Mr Dean and wife were sleeping As a residenco The Thing for Ladies Stiff and ridged corsets aro boing discardod for tho moro comfortable and healthful genuine Jackson Cor set waist Approved by physicians and endorsed by dross makers Recommended by every lady that has worn thorn For salo by J W Welch 49 lt 310 Main street Â¬ m fijifc sLfrliSI J Fon Rent The two story brick on Washington street known as tho First IreHhytorinn Parsonage Possession given April 1st Apply to II II Watson or J W 27 tf Pruott AND DEALER IN Foil Sale on Rent Cottago con Â¬ taining flvo rooms situated on Cross street South Sido Delightful loca- Â¬ tion and all necessary conveniences Apply to Mrs Mary Brown Day PIPE AND FITTINGS ETC STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO 32 tf State Librarian JOB AND CONTRACT WORK ALL WORK GUARANTEED Fresh bread every day at Busams confectionery St Clair street 39 tf la rear of Salendors Grocery FRANKFORT KENTUKO Y CLAASSEN ZFiKaiiajE Plumber GasSteam Fitter Gas Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Ciosets yibiv 4W IE jaJ -- lftlj fcVI VdirMJOV- - X fm a- JW Jk J - vmri f v NfiTi t d iiiitUirHWin r tSA - J Ilr V- TTMi i iim iii ii nvcae aCall and tiie Varices isTote of And See MHWMmiM IWWHLH1WII 11 VwJM Qoods VT Tin Buckets One Qt Two Qt Three Qt 5 5 W ffpi Coffee One Qt Two Ot Three Ot fl Pots 5 SPFfgA rif jTcm - Porcelain Kettles Mt - H H mm cts cts cts cts jsc WHuLjit 1IWh f H fc IJHI tt i i R m 10 Four Qt Six Qt Eight Qt Ten Ot io cts 15 S iSlllStlK mj KMrmn- - aw j Ji il iij Four Qt Six Qt 0 35 45 55 II V 20 cts 20 cts gg few cts cts t Fight Qt Ten Qt inrr 60 65 10 15 15 in cts cts Twelve Qt Four Ot t very -- 7y Tsr Fourteen Qt Sixteen Qt Twenty Qt a I I 70 1 00 10 1 1 HjK J We DISH PANS O 10 qt 20c 14qt 25c 17 qt 30c Gasoline and Gas Stoves Refrigerators and Water Coolers AT COST X3C they may wish Eff HFTWn g c Religious which would be greatly obliged to the ministers and officers of churches in the city if they would furnish us with any announcement madel Rev George Darsie preaches at the Christian Church in Bridgeport to morrow afternoon at 3 o clock iitmSl 9sVV Mffi Rev W 0 Taylor will occupy his pulpit at the Baptist Church to- Â¬ morrow at 11 oclock No service at aiight There will be no services at Ascen- Â¬ sion Church to morrow as Rev E A Penick the rector is absent on his vacation The Franklin Baptist Association meets at South Benson Wednesday August loth 1891 and will be in ses- Â¬ sion two days Rev George Darsie will occupy his pulpit at the Christian Church tomorrow at 11 oclock as usual No might service l Â¬ -- No cervices at the Southern Presby- Â¬ terian Church to morrow morning as Rev W G Neville is absent on vacation Union service at night Rev Mr Moore of Danville Theo- Â¬ logical Seminary will occupy the pulpit at the First Presbyterian Church to morrow morning at 11 oclock No night service to morrow evening at the Southern Presbyterian Church at 8 oclock Rev H G Henderson of the Methodist Church course will deliver the The Union services will be held Â¬ dis- Â¬ at 1030 a The usual services at the Church of the Good Shepherd to morrow will be conducted by Rev Father Gorey the pastor First mass at 8 a m second mass m Vespers at 3 p m M Rev H G Henderson A preach at the Methodise to morrow morning at 11 No services at night The Sunday school at 930 will Church oclock oclock a m Tlie West End School At the last meeting of the City Council the following resolution was adopted Resolved By the Board of Council men of the city of Frankfort that the report of the School Committeo in the matter of the establishment of a school in the North West portion of thecity be and the same is hereby adjbpted and it is now ordered and directed thata live months school such as is contemplated in said report be and the same is organized anu established same to be known as the and said WeBt End Public School school to be free to all white children of the pupil ago residing within tho city and resolve further that the sum of twenty dollars per month for 41 period of not less than five nor more ten months bo and the same is Iheroby appropriated for the purpose of paying rent for room in which to conduct said school and that the School Committeo is directed and empowered to close with Joe Burk Jiardt for the house on tho corner of Mero and Washington streets and that tho School Board be requested to provide a male teaohor for said aohool and if possible to limit his salary to 50 per month and that tho Board of School Trustees of the city of Frankfort shall have exclusive Â¬ control of the appointment of teacher regulation of school discipline course jof study examinations and other matters of regulation and appointment just aB it has in the other public schools of the city Provided however that the sum of money hereby appropriated shall not be available for the purposes of said school until the Board of School Trustees have by proceedings of record ratified and accepted the provisions of this resolution In accordance with the above the Board of School Trustees have rented tho building upon the northwest corner of Mero and Washington streets where a five months school will be opened upon the first Monday in September It must not be understood that the establishment of this school is for the purpose of preventing any scholar living near the new school from attending the Public School in South Frankfort -- as every child in the city within the school age has a perfect right to go to either place he or she may select but it will be an experiment intended to encourage those parents who for any reason whatever may not desire to send their children to the South Side to put them where they may be instructed in the primary branches There are fifteen hundred children of pupil age in the city but only about six hundred attend the White City School and it is for the purpose of gathering some portion of those boys and girls who now run about the streets spending their time in idleness into a school room where they may receive the rudiments of an education that this school is es- Â¬ tablished It will be in charge of a male teacher and only the primary classes will be taught but it is hoped that there will be a large attendance that the Board may be encouraged to continue the same beyond the five months for which arrangements have been made It is also proposed to organize a Union Sunday school to bo taught regularly every Sunday at tho same place to be under the care of all tho pastors of the city and it i hoped they will unite in an effort to make the same a success and select a com- Â¬ petent person to take charge of it Tho field is certainly a good ono for the Sunday school work and tho Christian people of tho city should take hold with a will and build up a flourishing school at that point Â¬ FliSINiTBIRF LOOK AT THESE PRICES K W V Je2 Â¬ B3nwurr TMd r m isp A new A bedroom suit cheval dresser 18x40 inch French bevel mirror 16th century finish 25 ipF TONIC CUKES Â¬ can ho made out of one thats A 16th century finish suit chev- Â¬ OF bilious and dyspeptic used up 18x30 inch French Indigestion Dyspepsia Nausea done by Dr Pierces Golden al dresser Its Medical Discovery It starts the bevel Mirror 22 Sour Stomach Sleeplessness torpid liver into healthful action Headache Nervous Pros- Â¬ purifies and enriches the blood tration Neuralgia Pal- Â¬ A solid ash suit 16th century cleanses repairs and strengthens pitation of the Heart the system and restores health and finish 20x24 inch French bevel Loss of Energy vigor As an appetizing restora- Â¬ mirror Weakness of Back Feelings of 20 Â¬ sets at work all tho tive tonic man LOSS APPETITE a processes of digestion and nutri- Â¬ tion and builds up flesh and An imitation walnut suit 18x24 strength Its the only Blood and inch mirror 14 Liver Remedy thats guaranteed in every case to benefit or cure If it SON doesnt do all thats claimed for it R the money is promptly refunded May2 ly thats But it keeps its promises the reason it can be sold in this way Discovery strengthens Weak AT- Lungs and cures Spitting of Blood Shortness of Breath Bronchitis SALE Severe Coughs and kindred affec- Â¬ COMMISSIONERS tions Dont be fooled into taking something else said to ho just as FRANKLIN CIRCUIT COURT good that tho dealer may mako a Utlky it Languor and Lassitude General Debility La Grippe Etc Etc ROGERS In uso for 25 years by eminent physlolans and surgeons In the United BtuteN und pro- Â¬ nounced by them tbe best TONIU extant others fall It cures where allyour DruggistTry It and be for It convinced Ask ii JE PRICE J ED RAY 100 PER BOTTLE CO Manfs and Proprs W S AVERILL- - Sole Agent June 13 ly Frankfort Ky Theres nothing at larger profit all like tho Discovery The Central Normal Scliocl T3LEASURFVILLEKY OPENS FIRST TUES 1 day In September 18Jl In Faulty Anna H Ilorrs Ac THE BYInVIRTUE OFcuc e JUDfiMENT RENDERED CnEANEY FARM SITUATED AT SUM lit February Term 18b9 tho iibove and June Term 1891 1 will tell at public sale to THE Station on Ky Midland It R about two east of Frankfort Kyls for sale cheap miles the highest nntl host bidder on The pliico contains about 144 acres but may be divided into two pieces one of about 25 acres with tho dwelling For terms apply to ersus ALLEN C Farm For Sale Monday Sept 7 1891 FRANK CHINN J H SECREST Pres 7 yKMDAlrSMk fSRAVIN At the Court house door In tho city of Frniik fort Kentucky between tho hours of 10 oclock a in and a o clock p in on a credit of nine eighteen and twentj four mouths In cinidl In htallinents the following pioperty Tho ontlro tract and boundary of hind lying eastot Krinkfort in Frutikiln county Ky con Â¬ taining 272 tj acres on which Edmund Iiotts re sided In 1876 and up to tho time ot his death and on which his widow Anna II Dotts now resides Â¬ Aug C tf OF TOE- - Frankfort Ky - ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION -- UNITED GROCERY FIRM CUREI1- - crcd as It Is certain In ltd effects und docs uot Ulster Read proof below The most SucccsMful Itemody cvcrdlseov R breathing raising phlegm in tho chest quickened pulBe dull Â¬ ness in the evening or sweats at night all or any of these things are the first stages of consumption Dr Ackers English Cough Remedy will cure these fearful symptoms and is sold under a positive guaranteo by J W Gaylk Druggist THAT TERRIBLE COtGH Kendalls Spavin In tho morning hurried or difficult tightness Cure now the L it N railroad some threo or four nillfH ea t of Frankfort and being tins Mime tract FiANittonT Ky Juno 14th 1891 of land con vejed to wild Edmund Butts by deed 18 HEREBY CIVEN THAT THE from bamuel li utireoaud James LScearcennd NOTICE on the north by Mild lallroad and Jones have lormed a corporation un Â¬ bounded on the east by the lauds of T J Jett and der ChaptcrGii of the leneial Stntutesof the land Win WJett on the south by lands or Levi T Commonwealth of Kentucky to he known us the Crutclier and on the west by tho lands of Marcus United Grocery Firm with 1U principal pluco of Cromwell business at Frankfort county of Franlln Stute ilircliHMsr to give b nd w Ith good and sulll of Kentucky The geneial nature of the business clent Mirety healing Interest from ilite to have propohed to be transacted Is the locating pur Â¬ A Hen chasing operating und selling groceries ot ovory tho force and ullectot a replevin bond will be lesenedon the propeity sold until all desclptlon both wholesale and rotall and gen Â¬ money h paid erally to do nil tlilnts necessary to the proper tao puichase W H 1OSEY prosecution of the business of a crocor Master Commissioner Tim amount of capital stock authorized Is Aug 8 1891 lt S5C0 with ten nor cent of capital stock paid In and divided Into fdiares of 50 each ten per cent of which shall bo paid on or before Juno 1st ljlng near and bordeilng on thoold LC iV L S Sfiebwood Md May 3 jQ Dn n J Kendall Co Uents Aliout threo jcars neo I wroto to you about a horsu I owned who hail a Spat In 1 used Blx bottles ot jour KendallH bpavln Cure and It mud u complete Cure 1 have recommended It to others wliohavu used It with Ilka success Hub Amnu E Kuuumov Kendalls Spavin Cure that lonco tried a bottln Dear Sirs I must of your KendallH Spavin Curo on a colt and It entirely removed a liouo hpiivIu and I did not iibonn tho bottlo in removing It Thn horse Is six or seven years old ury sound and has tlono hard work all o the time E Kingston Sausoubt llespectf ully yours threo-yoar-ol- d 1 Born FHAZIER In this city on Friday August 7 1891 to Mr Robert Frazlor und wire 11 duughter Dn II Iikdfn Warren Co J Kendall Co say Va Juno 22 18S3 It shall commence business June 1811 and ter Â¬ minate twontj llvu jenra thereafter Us uffalrs shall bo conducted by n board or directors not exceeding nine In number und a President Vice Kg 1resldent Socretnry and TroiMirer and such sub boulldatu olllcers agents and bervantsas the President or board ma establish and employ 1 ly School The Incorporators shall constitute tho board for young ladles Select Hoarding und of directors of the corporation until the meet Â¬ and little girls ing on the first Monday In January on which said day said stockholders shall elect a Hoard of Thiily titth Scholastic Year Directors and said board shall bo elected on the Ilrst Monday In Januury of each und every year For catalogue apply thereafter Reglns September 14 1891 Tho highest amount of Indebtedness of tho to principal corporation shall be two thirds of the capital MISS M F HEWITT stock paid In and the private property ot stock Â¬ holders Is to be exempt from corporate debts Juno 27 2iu lbOl ta J n NichnlasinllE mama rhbhij Darbys Prophylactic Use it in every sick room Will keep the atmosphere pure and wholesome removing all bad odors from any source Will destroy all Disease Germs infection from all Fevers and all contagious diseases Kendalls Spavin Cure Columbia Ala July 21 1889 D I J Kcndau Co Gouts I huvo effectually removed ono caso of bono Hpiivln with your Kendalls Spavin Cure I chuorfully recommend It tu all R 0 KtaaiiT llespectf ully i A Scl State I N nwtilAt r9 InfAnnHAn nf nk The eminent physician J MariI on Sims of New York says am convinced that Prof Darbys Prophylactic Fluid is a most valu Â¬ per bottle orelxbottlesfor All drug Price gists have It or can got It for you or It will bo sent to any address on receipt of prlco by tho proprie 1 3 ABiruci uz tuu jawD luunius xiuvr iua UDUua xaiuuiB iayuaiB ArauuA iHoru tors DR Aug My able disinfectant 21 B J KENDALL CO Enosburgh Falls Vermont vUAM IMUNN m VVi iiroaaway s301 now lorn uopTriRnis lenijrci Smith Clerk of the County Court for the county and State aforesaid do certify that the foregoing Articles of Incorporation was on the 18th day of June 1891 produced to me In said county and acknowledged before mo by James W Woolfolk S T Graves J II Thompson Rruiium iruveu Clifton Itollu E D Willis and James Frazlor to be their act und deed The biuno wus again produced to me on tho 1st day of August 1891 and acknowledged by James It Norrel to be his act and deed whereupon tho name together with this certificate have been duly recorded In my ofllco Given under my huud this 7th day of August 1891 N D SMITH C F 0 C H Kfntockv County or Fit ANKMN ok JAMES WWOOLFOLK S T GRAVES J H THOMPSON HRANUM GRAVES CLIFTON ROLIN E 1 WILLIS JAMES FRAER JAMES R NORREL j VM Aug 15 4t Mr N fiiimTiigifiiiliiiiriMir Va - AHG B ASSORTMENT AlffD BEST G OOD FLANNEL HIRTS AND STRA I N HATS BELO W COST tEr CAJL I i AJSTID TAKE A LOOK AT TBESE GOODS Vhtvrt HUPS onI Dr Hales Household Oint- Â¬ V 5 1 K ra P a vv ye a rLJI Ki kwP Lj riL I La m 1 cT CASSELL 33 iOolcs j im V It M 1 ff t I ie Trustees and mends ot com- How to Succeed tnjchools are cordially invited to ment oil anv or all sessions of the In Is the finest cure in the world It itio we shall expect every teach- - This is the great problem of life absolutely cures catarrh It cures tojome prepared to say something which few satisfactorily solve Some Cures neu algia nd rheumatism H Drougnt Deiore fail because of poor nealth others The Ssst in the U S for 5125 suoiects Cheaper Ones if Wanted Spring Frame not Stiff wans of Piles line magic Cures Salt Rheum e nstitute tor discussion Dont deficient luck but the majority from grit want of nerv j They in the most soothing manner Cures m ie yourself to the subject as- Agents for AMERICAN RAM Â¬ n l you but come to oenent ana are nervous irresolute changeable Inflamed ai d Granulated Eyelids ORUTGHER ROBERTS BLERS and OHAMPxONS easily get the blues and toke the Cures Coughs and Colds Can e b lefitea brutees Pi are papers on subjects assign- - spirits down to keep the spirits up Cuts taKen internahy CYCLE SUNDRIES FRANKFORT KY thus wasting money time opportun- Â¬ sores of long stand Â¬ 5 burns chilblains ity and nerve force There is nothing ing corns and bunions are cured 2 t UK PROGRAMME like the Restorative Nervine disquickly different from all else suie Pftihry Classes J B Ingles covered rior to all else it has no equal 25 and Afimced Spelling k n urauam Miles toby theallgreat specialist Dr cure nervous diseases as 50c boxes large size cheapest Sold A nervous at Phil Carpenters drug store South frtt i hced Reading Miss Lucy headache the blues neuralgia prostra- Â¬ No Money Required ofResponsible Parties to Commence Treatment tion sleeplessness St ViSide 52v Porter ifanshir R tus dance fltB and hysteria Trial Z llllisiilllsfe and Prc3cott IIacle0u K tove ijaage Les3on Miss Maggie bottles J Wfine book of testimonials u 2 Gayles jgmssmssffissa iee at Miss Lizzie Hahn and The Little Rock Gazette savs The Ij3i tuar phi C Porter Shults performance of Shnkespeares beauti- Oc a asition Garrett Reed iul love drama Komeo ana Juiieta8 Ai bl netic Miss Leonna Jett and given last night at the Capitol Thea- Â¬ Editor of the Farmers Alliance De- Â¬ i orter tre with R D MacLean and Mario JW ilogy G T Graham partment of the Farmers Home Eire Prescott in the titular roles was1 an Vtm States History Miss Mollie Journal will address the citizens of unusually enjoyable and hence meri a Franklin county at the court house torious one Tne strengcn Miss Nellie on Saturday the 5th of September at cky History company and especially the 2 oclock p m Everybody invited was effectually and satisfactorial and any one who may wish to take nnhv MisiHinnnh Tnnes yVi in n nnfinn nnfl tho nlnv Hirm issue in the questions discussed will SdjuTGovernnient -- S A Hulette its entirety was smooth and intewf Tfory and Practice Albert Wil- - be given time to answer gently rendered Mr MacLean ana Dor e by order of the Franklin Coun- Â¬ Miss Prescott never appeared to UeU i jool Laws ty Alliance Trustees Hour ter advantage in any of the plays torn Ut VJ fcJUJUlllltCJlUCllV W H Parrent have heretofore presented here rha P 1 R H Carothers will conduct Secretary stage settings are very appropriate the astitute and especially the balcony scene IL It Should Be In Every Mituto Fee 150 House The Boston Post says Miss Pros Tkchers Re union Monday at cott is a genuine actress one of the 50b m Ifcilj VI f Count v Superintendent J B Wilson 371 Clay St Sharps kind who are born not made burg Pa says he will not be without almost impossible to do her justice New Discovery without annarently indulging inWl es Nerve and Liver Dr Kings Coughs and Colds for Con-itÂ¬ sumption extravagance that Pills cured his wife who was threatened Af 1iq niuvn TTrman Worlnocrlnv J with Pneumonia after an attack of September 9th A it on a now principle regulating LaGrippe when various other ho liver stomach and bowels though remedies and several physicians had heinerves A now discovery Dr done her no good Robert Barber of Electric Bitters rliles1 Pills speedily cure biliousness Cooksport Pa claims This remedy is becoming sq and taste torpid liver piles constipa New Discovery has done Dr Kings him l tore well known and so popular as tdion Splendid for men women and good than anything he ever used for Smallest mildest surest Lung Trouble A If hildren Nothing like it need no special menton 0 doses for 25 cents Samples free at Try it Free Trial Bottles at P H used Electric Bitten W Gayles Frankfort Ky who have 45 ly Carpenters Drug Store Large 5 bottles 50c and 1 00 sing the san e song ot praise H A purer medicine does not exist Harvest Excursions Tlae Capital City Business and it is guaranteed to do all tha College N will sell round trip Electric Bitters wil The L is claimed Oo 3E IPS V w 1r FtfEAPf cure all diseases of the Liver am tickets to Arkansas and Texas points Opens Kidneys will remove Pimples lugust 20th September 15 and 29 at corner in Mason StHoge Building The vrpll kmwn SUKGEON mil SPECIALIST of Cincinnati O formerly Resi Â¬ Main and Clair streets dent Physician i tin 1miADEiiHiA General Hospital and Piiysician-in-Ciiakq- b Boils Salt Rheum and other affec Jne third first class limited fare September 7th of the Ouro Medical Institute has for thirty years devoted his attention to tions caused by impure bloo- d- uimueu tnirty days the treatment of CHKONIC NEKVOUS FEMALE AiD SURGICAL DISEASES such faculi i E P Bryan as Cronchitis Catarrh Cough Rheumatism all diseases of the Stomach Bowol3 Will drive Malaria from the sys Thos B Ford President Rectum Liver Kidneys Bladder1 Sexual Organs Heart Nerves and Brain diseases Agent as well as cure al tern and prevent g W N Myers Principal of the Eye and Ear Deformities etc For cure o Malarial fevers Department HE WILL BE AT THE W H Stump Principal Pen Art De- Â¬ Constipation and Inch CANT SLEEP NIGHTS Headache Enl s the complaint of thousands suffer-- partment ffestion trv Electric Bitters G D Fendley Principal Shorthand tire satisfaction guaranteed o nng lrora Asthma Consumption and Typewriting Department Coughs etc Did you ever try Dr E H Elliott Principal English and Pi Ice 0 cts Ackners English Rfimflrtv Tt ia fVio monev refunded Department and i per bottle at South Siddbest preparation known for all Lung Mathematicalbe a night session ol tl FRANKFORT KY WEDNESDAY SEPT 2 Tnero win f roubles Sold on a Positive Guaran college in which will be added tl drug store tee at 25c and 50c common school brandies P H Carpenter 5 9 C33TE ZDJiJY OasrijsT J W Gayle Druggist This is a needed institution and it is to be hoped that our citizens will Educational Consultation and Exaiuinalop Oreo encourage its MUISVILZTE TOBACCO first college enterprise as it is the And every fourih week thereolter ever established in MARKET Returning Evory Fourth Wack Tliercaftep The annual Teachers Institute o Frankfort Those desiring to matric Â¬ ulate during the year will do well to CONSDIiTATION AND ESA51IXATION IS F FES and he will promptly tell you Franklin county will convene in thd FURNISHED BY GLOVER PURRETT attend the first day nil about your disease aud the prospects ol u cure ie undertakes no incut able cases 52 lt city school building in Frankfort on LAIKEtt afllicted vltb any of the Ills peculiar to tlielr sox may consult him with per Â¬ m Mondav September 28th 1891 at id LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE the assurance of cortaln fect coufldence permnnout cure Their rinses a m A brick cottage of will receive that and nnd coiiiiderite ntifiitinarelief aud will appreciate His treatment For rent Ulud wlilnh till Sales on our market for the week three rooms on the hill opposite rIways proves sntlKfnciory Uoal treatment Is seldom necessary All teachers who have schools ir session or under contract and aljjust closed amountto 4322 hhds with John L Scotts residence Possession ovnrlim Tumors lu tUolr earlier stateH cured vlthout pain or Instrumental Inter ference persons who contemplate teaching rtroceipts of 2707 for the same period given Sept 7th Apply to Sterility Is usually tho rcralt ol carelessness or lgnoranco It cui bo remedlcxl common school at any time durmtiSales on our market since January 51 tf Henry Gobber Eliileimy or Fits cured FjMn never fillnc treatmeut- he school year must attend the fulllst amount to 110645 hhds Sales of UcntucHf many cases cbo cured Countvtho crop of 18U0 on our market to date session of the Institute The Watches clocks and jewelry of JnnccrM permanently lrom the most dellriito organs peculla Superintendent shall revoke the cerJ73220 hhds standard brand at Coppersmiths be Â¬ method llttlo or no pulu roved 01 blood no knife or caustic the by our own cure only positive vtoss tificate of any teacher who shall fai Ve have had another week of heavy sides sold at deadrock prices 231 Strict nrc Varicocele Kirocei Npurmntorrlaeu uui till unuaturui dlschurcea or neglect to attend the full sessioi receipts and sales The market has St Clair street 45 ly permanently cured of the Institute unless the Superin at times been a little irregular on MEN of ul ages whosufler irom Indiscretions and excesses vill benettt by our counsel and treatment If tlioy observe certain sediments In tho urine or Irritation of tlio urinary tendont shall be fully satisfied tha medium and common hurley but in Persons living in tho such failure has been caused by actu the main the past weeks market has get bread and rolls froshcountry can oryaus they should consult us without delay We restore all such cases every day Th doctor treats with nntnlllns succors all forms of Etcctnl IMsoiihc such as PUe al sickness or other disability Afte boon a repetition of the week pre- - nt M Btisams FiNtiilic iHnnrc and Dlcortction of tho llowcl by n method of hlH own discovery 39 tf County Institute has been hold i vious The rains have been general tbe wltuouf pulu or detention fiom business Ho guarantees all cases shall bo unlawful to granfeany persoi and the roports from the growing Early Intorfcronco is considered tho best ot judgment In all cases and save3 time a certificate to teach at any time duncrop is voryfavorable Intending buyers of tnoiioy and hpalth Tho success ing that school year unless the sai The following quotations fairly bicycles should not phenomenal attained In tho trvatmont ot tho cases which ho makes his specialty is truly person shall have attended the fuL represent oar market for burloy fail to write to the IVouiIurful Curefi have been effected in old and dlfllcult cased which havo bafllpd tho session of the Institute of that oi tobacco LOUISVILLE CYCLE efforts of all others some other county during that schooj Trash dark or damaged As hlu 812 diinyed rooms are usual crowded it is better to call early in tho day to avoid being ywur ur uuiuBB tuo uuuuiiy oiijjurm- tuuiiuuu 5 uui iju v and Type Writer Company S 00 W Market 4 00T tendent shall bo fully eatisflodtlia Colory trash Persons consulting him should bring from two to four ounces of their urluo In a clean street Louisville Ky the failure to attend the Institute had Common lues not colory 3 001 5 00 before purchasing their mounts bottle for cxaml nation 6 00 10 00 Patlonts treated by mall or express but when possible poreonal consultation isprofor been caused by sickness or other dk Colory hits This company able List of questions cent on application 5 OOM 8 00 some place else C imnon leaf ability Article 10 section 2 All Consultations 12 00 can furnish any safety 8 00 Friday morning at 10 a m will b Medium to crood loaf litrsezrieiKO and Cases Btrictly Confidential bicycle in 12 U0i 20 00 Trustees hour and wo hope that ever Good to lino fillers Treatment sont C 0 U rt of tto United Stat s and CMinda Address with ii the market and the prices are the postage or renty teacher will seo their Trustees and Select or wrappery lowest 0 21 MCi 703 Cincinnati a 0 20 0PO urgo mum 10 uu present at uuw loaf I Â¬ jsufmiB2 it 33jc im rw m Â¬ EK - -- -- M JJ Book-keen-in- CAPITAL illOTJCL - r 1 A f tilBlff 1 7 irifi iiiniwiiMf ii iiiMijBrimiifMlii PIPP3BBBiiipPBiygb iilllSjAK ill iMllgMflmiiiwiinTlfiliilfri fI i fjzjDjmx imimctw- - fc MM i 4W ES M1 m lB l CRUTCHER ftt nHE3B HHSTH 4BbW BW DL bllRKSi HP mAli m NECKW Jl wf JxsM JLJL J tari kJx I 1 JLmM JLmM 9 if rB IsiM Otjlt Entire Line of SK TECKS and WIND ORS at That Sold for SOc 65c C3 nf B ieat Earl isl hB Ln flui Wilson Collar 16 2 3 Cts Each 200 All Lid u D ollars Two for 25 Cts Mcqjgfflss BG ffUc COT W Af Nfi yCT 23C T II 75c all Go i --A-K kLOvJLx f3 a i7 Ct Hi uj9 H S fl vA HI I El is kTJuTGL Fourth I r 1 Main street FRANKFORT Death of Tecuinseli my to civilization of course would not be apt to relisli our arts Foot Note I have just leaned that he could neither read write nor speak English Forks of Elklioru Delightful weather Our school commences Monday The vacation of 1891 has closed the pupil as well as teacher heaves a sigh of relief probably JZ Mr Biggstaff requests all who have books belonging to him to return same immediately as he expects to H G 1 i V fe 1 ft Bfflskt it The following from Niles Weekly He was in every respect a savage Register of Saturday April 16th 1814 the greatest perhaps since the days of may be of interest to some of our Pontiac Misruling maxim in war readers was to take no prisoners and he rFroin Browns vIpws of the campaigns of the strictly adhered to the sanguinary LOOK AT THfiSE PRICES VA Northwestern Armyl purpose of his soul he neither gave HIS DEATH Â¬ nor accepted quarters Yet paradoxOn the left the contest was more ical as it may seem to the prisoners A bed room suit cheval dresser fa serious Colonel Johnson who com- Â¬ made by other tribes he was atten- Â¬ leave soon regiment tive and humane Nay in one in 18x40 inch French bevel mirroriVf manded on that flank of his Tobacco cutting under full head- Â¬ received a terrible fire from the In- Â¬ instance he is said to have buried way MAIN STREkl 16th century finish 25 334 dians which was kept up for sometime his tomahawk in the head of a Ohip The co onel most gallantly led the twhv hfftf whom he found actively Misses Annie and Fay Eedd are at Dud head of his column into the hottestÂ¬ engaged in massacreing BtiyWh Wends d Kf A 16th century finish suit chev J of the enemys fire and was personalAt this nriRnnera uv iu xriLiHii uiiu iuuiuub ly opposed to Tecumseh al dresser 18x30 inch French nnint n condensed mass of savages It had long been a favorite project of A very large delegation of our peo- Â¬ regardless of this aspiring cheif to unite the North- - ple attended the inaugural cere- Â¬ had collected Yet bevel Mirror S22 danger he rushed into tue mmsc ot j ern western and Southern Indians monies of Gov Brown last Tuesday fhfim so thick were the Indians at for the purpose of regaining their Miss Carrie Brock has returned this moment that several might have country as far as the Ohio Whether home from A solid ash suit 1 6th century a visit to friends in Frank- Â¬ touched him with their rifles He this grand idea originated in his own OF CINCINNATI OHIO horse and was known to or his brothers mind orwas suggest- Â¬ fort finish rode a white 20x24 inch French bever WILL BE AT THE be an officer of rank A shower of ed by the British is not known but Bro Thompson of North Carolina mirror 20 ballB was discharged at him some this much is certain he cherished is assisting pastor Eberhardt in a took effect his horse was shot under the plan with enthusiasm and actual- Â¬ protracted meeting at Buck Run IN FRANKFORT KY him his clothes his saddle and his ly visited the Greek Indians to pre- Â¬ An imitation walnut suit 18X24JI nprsnn was nierced with bullets The vail on them to join in the undertak Mr Baker who was called to St Friday moment his horse fell Tecumseh ing iie always opposeu tue saie oi Louis a short time since in conse- Â¬ Friday September 18 1891 men mirror 514 October 9 1891 rushed towards him with uplifted Indian lands In a council at Vin quence of the serious illness of his to give the fatal stroke cennes in 1810 he was found equal to father and which proved fatal has tomahawk but his presence of mind did not for Â¬ the insidious arts of a diplomatist In returned home R ROGERS SON sake him in this perilous predicament one of his speeches ho pronounced The Paris fair called several of our BLEEDING -- LIND or ITCHII pifctol from his hostler and General Harrison a liar He has been folks to he drew a jOSSI Cured wltnoet wr surgical operation and 4 May2 ly that city this week laid his daring opponent dead at his in almost every battle with the Amer- Â¬ I little or no pain feet He was unable to do more the icans from the time of Harmers de- Â¬ The farmers are busie engaged in loss of blood deprived him of his feat to that of the Thames He has preparing their laud for fall seeding Chloroform Ligature or Knlfl strength to stand Fortunately at been several times wounded and al- Â¬ Miss Susie Samuels of Stamping tho moment of Tecumsehs fall the ways sought the hottest of the fire Ground is in our midst making glad It not necessary with thli erode of treatni KNOWN AS THE enemy gave way which secured him A few minutes before he received the many FISTULA IN ANO THE FARM the city limits ot acres IsDUDLEYnear Frankfort on the from the reach of their tomahawks Â¬ fatal fire of Col Johnson he had re- the hearts of Versailles pike containing 2C6 for rent oared 1S92 to March 1st 189J was wounded in five places he re- ceived a musket ball in his left arm He Irom March 1st Mr William H Featherston and Tho FISSURES place la well adapted to general farming stock right thigh yet his efforts to conquer ceased only daughter Miss Mary of Illinois ar- Â¬ ceived three shots in the ratalnt and tobacco growing uud has advan Â¬ Oaxd wttboat cutting or tearing and two in the left arm Six Ameri- Â¬ with his life When a youth and be- Â¬ rived here last Wednesday and will tages for dairy ami marketing For particulars 0 cans and twenty two Indians fell with- fore the treaty of Greenville he had remain some time visiting friends to the undersigned CATARA apply Chlnn Frankfort Ky ut Capltul Hotel or ULCERATION Frank in twenty yards of the spot where so often signalized himself that he and relatives Aug Ctf MARY J DUDLEY Tecumseh was killed and the train of was reputed one of the boldest of the Of the bowel eared Miss Mattio Degarras of George- Â¬ grouud settle- Â¬ blood almost covered the Indian warriors In the first town DrCeUj has now been cltrrt ment of Kentucky he was peculiarly Holton is the guest of Miss Mary arly for nearly seveioeursTlsltlngthtsmany cu unU the CHARACTER OF TECUMSEH active in seizing ooats going uuwii no has maas among tbe wealthy and lnnuia Mrs Elizabeth Greenup isspending uitizeni are sufficient ertdence of nlBBUcoeas Thn celebrated aboriginal warrior the Ohio killing the passengers and a weU established fact that It Is TVmimHnh was in the 44th year of carrying off their property Ho made a few days with friends at Stamping rnses now toe stomacn uver Kiuney many i ot uiaaa when he fell at the battle of frequent incursions into Kentucky Ground his age wumb and nervouj system are either caused aggravated by the coexistence of PILES Villi mu ouuwuh where he would invariably murder the Tiiames rte was oi Misses Mary Holton Mattie De Â¬ nee tribe five feet ten inches high Â¬ some of the settlers and escape with garras and Mattio Greenup made a ItA VISiiUiUEOrtUMlAIi UbUJUft BRPKENCBS formed for activity and the en- several horses laden with plunder well S 1 nrrvoi Ho always eluded pursuit and when trip over the K M last Sunday to Dr B K Qober Frankfort Ky MysMwmaA durance of fatigue which he was Franklin Morris Graeiensburj HHRiSiaV Â¬ J too closely pressed would retire to Paris of sustaining in a very extraor J T Btateu Kranktort Ky cwwelry His ruling passion V Berbertcn Frankfort Ky dinary degree His carriage was the Wabash Miss Alice McBride and her neice Bef J P Hulett Benson Ky quick seems to have been glory he was Miss Mary Darling left last Monday erect and lofty his motions Â¬ A U McClure Frankfort Kr rStBtSSSnyiLm ilVerwarec his eyes penetrating his visage stern Â¬ careless of wealth although his plun- for their homo in Louisville from an Blchard Ferguson Frankfort Kf in his counte- derage and subsidies must have extended visit to relatives in this w j Hoxbea Frankfort Ky with an air of hauteur Â¬ David Moore Benson Ky nance which arose from the olevat amounted to a great sum he preserv- place Jns M Wltlirow Frankfort Kt After his fall on of soul it did not leave him ed little to himself his person was od pride CLOCKS ml KznXTB office and- residence Is at I WATCHES in death His eloquence was nervous the 5th of October ffpst Eighth street Cuwtnnatl and where J Louisville Mr James Greenup viewed with great interest by the ha returned homo fromof visit to his may be toon rar oay t each week EXCUm concise impressive figurative and a officers and soldiers of Harrisons parents in this place sarcastic Being of a taciturn habit army PBIDAT8 AHDBATUBDAYB before the of speech his dross was plain he identityIt was some time sufficiently pamDhleta deserfMnc these diseases and tfc person was of his was never known to indulge In gaudy Mrs Mollie MoBribe was iii Louif Bsodeof treatment seat free to any one by aj Repaired and Warranted decoration of his person which is the recognized to remove all doubt as to ville the first of tho week dressing jmi Ho tho certainty of his death There was general practice of the Indians n Miss Hannah Noonan made a visit to W v if 1 if ii KELLEY M D u wore on the day of his death a dress Â¬ a kind of ferocious pleasure if I mayÂ¬ expression in con Paris last Wednesday ed deerskin coat and pantaloons It be allowed the contour jj ill kJ Li li U ii 11 Jiff 1 950 West fflghthSt Cincinnati d llll of his fea- Â¬ and write templating the is said that he could vi T CONSULTATION VRU Hi correctly of this however I am doubt- - tures which was majestic even in Mr Bigstaff is vi siting jhis mother dd dl tldll Oil UUL tfiHKitft in Bath county juuy iy ful as he was the irroconcilable eue- death IW3M MATTEII FURNITURE Tin Jefferio iJ LOUISVILLE- In li m Plllilllllli lta73 tSJieweek FKANKFOKT Dr 1 1 Kelle CAPITAL FILES Frm for Rnt - Â¬ Â¬ ca--a- ble N l2i m r Z - JEWELRY I I iiM Â¬ S W 4 J