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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w m M V The Pkanetort Roumabout GEO A LEWIS Publisher A x A fja WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance NO YOL XYI FBNOOBT KY SATURDAY JULY 29 1893 Â¬ 47 Be on your Guard If some grocers urge another baking powder upon you in place of the Royal it is because of the greater profit upon it This of itself is evidence of the supe- To give greater riority of the Royal profit the other must be a lower cost powder and to cost less it must be made with cheaper and inferior materials and thus though selling for the same give less value to the consumer To insure the finest cake the most wholesome food be sure that no substi- Â¬ tute for Royal Baking Powder is accepted by you ing purposes on franchise traded occupations and professions and pro- Â¬ vide for tho collection thereof 12 To prohibit and suppress all gambling houses and baudy houses and tho selling displayingor exhibit- Â¬ ing obscene pictures and literature 13 To regulate restrain or prevent any trade occupation business or manufactory offensive to the public or dangerous to health or in causing or producing fire and to regulate the sale of fire arms and to prevent the carrying of concealed deadly weap- Â¬ poll tax or license fees as the council may designate to levy a tax not ex ceeding 160 on each adult male in Â¬ habitant thereof and may impose license foes on stock used for breed Â¬ FURNITURE I11 1 Fine Medium and Io w Priced Grades V u I I I I Nothing can be substituted for the Royal Baking Powder and give as good results A Miss i i PJQTJCKY RIDER THE CITY CHARTER to make all police regulations looking to the general health com- Â¬ fort morals and safety of the public and to suppress or removo nuisances 16 To establish standard weights and measures 17 To provide for the inspection and measuring of lumber and other building materials 18 To provide for the inspection and weighing or measuring of stone wood and fuel hay corn and i coal other grain or produce 19 To regulate the inspection of beef pork flour meal and other pro- visions oil whisky and other spirits 20 To regulate tho inspection of milk butter lard and other pro Â¬ visions the vending of meat poultry c fruits fish eggs vegetables 21 To impose tines forfeitures xc and terms of imprisonment and pun Â¬ ishment of all riotous and disorderly persons or other disorderly or unlaw- Â¬ ful assemblies i rjn Chamber Suits aa Folding Beds Parlor Suits Hall Furniture Bid ons Dining Room Furniture lea 14 To regulate tho storage of gunsalt petre Book Cases China Closets jOu powder tar pitch resin nai c or other imflaraable material Chairs Rockers cM c Sill and the use of lights furnaces c in all sorts of buildings and the sale of fire crackers fire works and toy We are up to date always in style quality finish pistols IB v i r11 i m Â¬ it and low prices V f SPECIAL OFFERINGS i MAIN AND m KU1 tfuj REM rc ans uad QUI Straw Mattings Mosquito Bars Lawn Furniture Screen Doors And Windows A J ty l BROWER SCOTT FRAZEE fi i in such of wooden Hannah limes Had a Re-- The Powers Delegated to the erection said oity as buildiugs deemed may bo parts jnarkablo Experience With COR Common Council and Duties properof Her Horse of the Executive 24 To regulate tho construction of Miss Hannah Innos went to Louis Sec 29 The 23 To regulate or prohibit the Carpets Furniture Wall Paper Draperies BROAWAY LEXINGTON KY a KWfi V 1 jluoky young lady instead of becoming frightened and screaming for Â¬ ville Monday to receive treatment for an injury sustained several weeks She ago by a fall from her horse was seated in the saddle when the animal in an effort to dislodge her began to rear and plunge The 4 1 of f t c fc y - v endeavored to force the horse along with her whip whioh so en raged the brute thac he deliberately set to work to throw her by repeated dashes sudden halts high leaps kicks and quick turns from side to side Failing to accomplish his pur Â¬ pose the animal stood straight upon his hind legs while Miss Innes braced herself in the stirrup and clutched his mane At last in desporation he laid down on the ground and began to kick and roll from side to side when the brave rider was pitched forward to the ground on her face aoross the saddle and received it is feared internal injury whioh though painful will probably yield to skillful treatment The strange part of the occurrence however is the evident remorse the horse experienced for his ungallant conduct After run ning riderless at a break neok speed for a mile or more he came back to the spot where he had thrown Miss Innes and found her still lying there helpless and alone As he actually Seemed bent on her mounting him again she contrived to pulled her Â¬ self up to his back when he trotted off and oarried her home at an easy and gentle pace Â¬ lelp Was a Depositor formerly of this dty was a depositor in the Kentucky National Bank whioh failed in Louis- Â¬ ville Saturday and returned to that city Saturday evening from a two weeks vacation in the mountains of Virginia to And his individual funds together with a considerable portion of those of the Utica Limo and Cement Company of whioh organization ho is tho cashier locked up in the defunct bank Wo are glad to say however that neither will lose anything as tho assets of tho bank are ample to cover its indebtedness Mr Lewis Â¬ J P Vv Elder S S Beaver of MoAllistor- ville Juniatta Co Pa says his wife is subjeot to cramp in the stomach Last summer she tried Ohamborlains Colio Oholora and DIarrhooa Remedy for it and was muoh pleased with Sho tho sneody relief it atfordod has since used it whonovor necessary and found that it never fails For tsalo by J W Gaylo all buildings with a view to safety and not council Bhall have adequate means of escape in case of next after bis election He shallterm be eligible for the succeeding power by ordinance fire Sec 32 No person shall be eligible 1 To levy and collect taxes upon 25 To oblige owners occupants all property franchises and privileges and agents of any property consider- Â¬ to be Mayor who is no eligible to the taxable for State purposes ed dangerous to have the same re- office of councilman except as to residence in any particular ward 2 To appropriate money and pro- Â¬ moved or repaired the debts and expenses of 26 To establish license tax and Sec 33 He shall preside over the vide for council decide all questions of order the city reeulato ferries and fix ferry rates 3 To prevent bj quarantine laws 27 To regulate tax license or sup Â¬ and in case of a tie shall cast the de the introduction of contagious dis Â¬ press the keeping and going at large ciding vote During the sessions of the council he shall have power to eases into the city of all animals within the city punish for contempt the same as a 4 To establish and erect hospitals 28 To provide for inclosing im alms houses work houses c and proving and regulating all public circuit jndge may issue subpeenas writs and compulsory process for theÂ¬ to acquire and hold land for that grounds belonging to the oity propurpose 29- - To improve or reserve the nav Â¬ attendance of witnesses andthe 5 To provide tho city and inhabi- Â¬ igation of any navigable river within duction of books and papers before the council or any committee of tants with water light power heat or adjoining said city Â¬ and telephone service by contract or 30 To erect repair and regulate the board and to enforce same by ap Â¬ propriate fines forfeitures and pun by works of its own and to make public wharves docks and landings regulations therefore and fix prices 31 To regulate the stationary an Â¬ ishments or of the to private consumers chorage and mooring of vessels or Sec 34 In case regular absence he judgo disability of the G To establish and maintain fire rafts Â¬ companies 32 To acquire and maintain public shall designate some person to pre over the police court 7 To open alter abolish widen cemeteries parks squares avenues side Seo 35 He shall see that the laws extend establish grade pave or promenades and fountains obotherwise improve clean sprinkle 33 To close all places where ar Â¬ and ordinances of the city are and keep in ropair streets alleys dent liquors are sold on election days served and enforced Sec 36 He Bhall appoint with the lanes avenues and sidewalks to ereot 34 To grant the right of way and keep in repair bridges culverts along over or across tho streets consenb of the council all policemen sowers gutters and to provide for alleys and public grounds of the city and remove them at pleasure and He the erection of all buildings for the to any railway gas water company designate one to act as chief citi- Â¬ may summon into service any use of the city and to make appro c for a term not exceeding twenty priations for che same Tho council years Before granting suoh fanchise zen when necessary to enforce tho may construct reconstruct maintain iiu advertisement for bids must first law He shall also in case of emer alter repair or ohange a system of be mado and tho franchise awarded gencyand for a period not longer than at one time have sewers either by general taxation or to the highest and best bidder The three days special policemen power at the cost of the property owners city shall reserve the right to make to appoint If constructed at the cost of the the company conform to any ohange Sec 37 All commissions of police Â¬ property owners of said oity the or altered grades of said streets and men shall be by the Mayor and run city shall be divided into not less public grounds to pay the cost of to the 31st day of December They than three nor more than nine dis Â¬ paving or improving between the shall be the peace officers of the city tricts as nearly equal in area and rails and for a reasonable distance on and have a jurisdiction co extensive population as possible and not less either side to make culberts beneath with the city and one mile beyond its than ono district shall be sewered at The city is also to reserve many limits Sec 38 Ho shall have power to ad- Â¬ one time The cost of sewering a rights in regard to raising or lower- Â¬ among ing pipes wires placing them under minister oaths district shall be apportioned Seo 39 He shall keep the council the property owners of said the ground to control all the streets district ratably according to tho c as the publio good may require advised as to the condition of tho superficial area of said property All such grants shall expire and be- city and recommend to their consid- Â¬ owners holding in the district After come void unless a bona fide organi Â¬ eration such measures as ho may deem the engineer has made the estimate zation shall have taken place and expedient Sec 40 Ho may upon the written and apportionment of the cost to business prosecuted thoreunder in each lot owner and tho council has good faith within one year from the request of a majority of tho members approved tho engineers report of date thereof The provisions as to call a spocial meeting of the council Sec 41 He may at any time require same it becomes a lion upon tho advertisement and bids and limit of property bolonging to tho property grant to twenty years shall not apply information from tho officers of the holder in the district and if not paid to tho right of way of a trunk rail Â¬ oity Seo 42 Ho shall annually require may be collected by a suit in equity way nVid a sale to enforce tho lion of the officers a detailed statement in Tho 35 To establish a board of health cost of sewering intersection shall be 36 To establish a board of sink Â¬ writing of tho business and condition paid by tho city ing fuhd commissioners to con Â¬ of then respeotive departments Sec 43 Every ordinance resolution 8 To lioonse tax and regulate tho sist of the Mayor and two other per Â¬ c appropriating or involving the ex Â¬ sale of ardent liquors in tho oity and sons not city officers to have the within ono mile thereof samo qualifications as councilmon and penditure of money and every grant c shall 0 To license tax and regulate car be appointed by the Mayor and con Â¬ of any license franchise final pass within threo days after its riagoB carts wagons drays and all firmed by tho council Thoy shall other vehicles and to fix the rate to hold office for four years without ago be engrossed by the clerk andÂ¬ prosented to tho Mayor for his apbe oharged for carrying of persons compensation If he approve samo ho shall ana property within ana beyond the 37 To provide for tho appointment proval sign it If he shall not approve same oity limits of a police foroo in oaoh Do 10 To lioonse tax and regulate comber the number and salaries of ho shall return It with his objections in writing to the counoil and it theatrical and other exhibitions same y 11 Tho oity Bhall raise a revenue 88 To asoortainandraako the boun Â¬ shall be reconsidered by the counoil from advalorem taxou and a poll tax daries of tho oity and make a map of and not take offoct unless it be again passed by a voto of two thirds of the and license foeB and the counoil is tho samo empowered to provide by ordinance 39 To oarry out the full intent and members elected voting for it the yeas and nays being called and en Â¬ oaoh year for tho assessment of all moaning of this act tered upon tho journal If Mayor real and personal estate within tho MAYOR EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT fails to return a measure as herein oorporato limits thereof subjeot to See 30 Tho chief oxooutivo au Â¬ provided It shall take effect from tho taxation for Stato purposes and shall timo ho should have roturned It levy an ndvalorom tax on same not thority is vestod in tho Mayor Seo 31 Tho Mayor shall bo olootod exceeding tho rato and limit pro In hosiery wo can surpass any house sorlbod in tho constitution and for by tho voters for a term of four years sohool purpose not oxoeodingBO oents and begin the dlsohargo of Iub du Â¬ in tho oity in low prices S Harris 30 tf on oaoh 100 or suoh portion of the ties on tho first Monday in December Â¬ -Â¬ tyomeMVeJiisJ HP BTSTEIN Are receiving new goods daily di- Â¬ rect from New York and business is increasing rapidly Everybody delighted with their elegant assortment We carry every thing in the notions and fancy goods line that any and everybody wants Â¬ J Housekeepers and Rtteofioo Â¬ You must look to your interest buy where you can get the best assortment and at the lowest prices Dont buy any table linens towels and napkins sheetings bed spreads in white or colored lace curtains or any thing in that line until ii W 3 You Have Seen Ours We can give you the best values that you ever had Come and see for yourselves and be convinced We positively think it no trouble to show jjoods Dont forget that we carry a complete line of COTTONS COLORED SHIRTINGS GINGHAMS INDIA LINENS CROSS BARRED CHECK WHITE GOODS CAMLONSDALE OR BRIC IN BERKELEY AND EVERYTHING ELSE IN THAT LINE Rubber Dolls in all sizes are now in and have been marked one third below their value s Â¬ BLEACHED UNBLEACHED Â¬ i w Â¬ i Â¬ CAPS AND SHOES Now dont They are so cute For dolls have your dolls go barefooted and bareheaded when the small sum of 20c will dress them nicely Prices We take little profits in our trade tell and everybody tell the prices when they buy their goods at s vfAIN STREET WES NEAR STATE TIONAL BANK NA- Â¬ frrf s 1 j nYnra irllfciiiTiWitrrftrrBft tellilteiiiliBJ liiiii IJl H if liiii I 2 i i Mrs R Rogers and daughtor Miss THE OPERA nOUSE Maggio and son Leslie who have boon Mr Paul Woitzol has returned from woeksat Estill Springs for the past two A Few of tlio Things Needed to have returned home a visit to Chicago Mnko it Even Compare With Miss Josie Hughes of Second Opera Houses in Small Ex Gov Knott mado a bridf visit to street and Miss Clara Blakomoro of Louisville Monday PEKSONAL ft friends in Cincinnati and in New York State Mr and Mrs Fred May ohaperoned a parfy to High Bridge Saturday composed of Miss Jennie Hawkins of Louisville and Miss Hallie John- Â¬ son and others of this city Mrs W 0 Lutkemeier entertained Fair a party of young gents and la Mrs Ann Morris is spending this Suiteat her home on Lewis street on week with Mrs Robert Church in the Thursday evening last in honor of county Miss MamieRoche of Paris Miss Ella Stephens has returned Mr Wm Kavanaugh of the Arkan Â¬ from a visit to the Worlds Fair at sas Gazette of Little Rock was here Chicago Tuesday en route home from New Miss Jennie Quinn of Georgetown Carlisle Ohio where he attended the is visiting the family of Mr W S funeral of tho late editor of the Ga Â¬ zette Dehoney Mr J W Walker several years ago Mrs V Berberich and daughter Miss Margaret are visiting relatives one of the corps of engineers em- Â¬ ployed on tho Kentucky river but in Cincinnati now of Chattanooga Tennessee was Mr Charles Hughes and wife of in the city Wednesday shaking hands Louisville are visiting his fathers with old friends family in this city Mrs Job Smith Rev Wm Mr Miss Rosella Webster of Louisville Smith and Misses Sallie Johnson Lulie is visiting the family of Capt Wm Wiard Sarah and Minnie Bell and Hale of Bellepoint Mr Henry Hale c6rapo8ed a party Mrs W Henry Hale of Louisville that went to Blue Lick Springs Mon- Â¬ is visiting the family of Capt Wm day for a couple of weeks camping out Hale in Bellepoint Misses Maybell and Lizzie Urmston Miss Mattie Henderson is visiting in Georgetown She will go thence of Cynthiana Miss Mattie uravens of Lexington Miss Mary Etta Swin to the Worlds Fair ney and Mr Oh as S Swinney of Miss Jennie Monroe of Louisville w iDUiUO is the guest of Mrs Ben G Williams young peoplevvWOv who drove down from on East Main street Versailles Tuesday and spent tho day Miss Bertha Lookard of Madison in this city is visiting her aunt Mrs D J Hub Fire Yesterday Rev E A Penick and wife and bell on the South Side children took their departure for VirThe alarm of fire yesterday after Miss Lillie D Showalter of this ginia Thursday They will Bojourn in city is visiting her uncle A J Show that State until September when noon about 130 sent in from box 23 alter of Shelby county they will go to Camden N J where was occasioned by the burning of a Tamblyn and bahe and Mr Penick has accepted a call to one wood shed on tho premises of Mrs Mrs Nettie Mrs Spencer of Detroit Michigan of the most flourishing churches of Cowmey on the south side of Main his denomination A large number are at the Capital Hotel of the friends of the couple were at street on Arsenal Hill The loss was Mrs W H Hampton and daughter the depot to bid them adieu and offer fire department pre- Â¬ of Ironton Ohio are visiting Mrs H their good wishes for their future about 50 The damage to adjoining vented serious J Hyde on Second street happiness and prosperity buildings Judge S B Thomas of Waco Tex The following letter is from a health Mr Martin Moran father of Mrs as is visitinj tho family of Maior H resort where a number ot persons Cowmey had his hands severely S Hale 222 second street from and known in this city are now burned in undertaking to save sev Â¬ Rev W E Gorey who has been at sojourning eral bacon hamB which wero hanging French Lick Springs for the past two Crittenden Springs July 24 1893 in the shed weeks has returned home situated County Clerk George H Webb of Crittenden RSprings isfive mileson the O V R from about Louisville was in the city Tuesday Marion Ky Following a circuitous Dr Goldstein I evening on official business but delightfully cool roadway one Miss Maggie May Thomason re- Â¬ arrives at the Orittendon Springs The well known optician of Louis Â¬ turned Saturday from a visit to Miss Tavern a handsome well appointed ville after an absence of two years hotel standing upon a hill at the foot has returned to our city and has his Laura Easton in Winchester of which there gushes forth a well of office at tho Hotel Kenyon and will Mrs Joseph Schweers and mother health - giving sulphur water Set remain ten days Spectacles fitted to Mrs Newman are home from the deep amid mountains hills and grassy all conditions of sight Those per- Â¬ Worlds Fair and a trip to Iowa valleys far from the dust and heat of sons needing his services should con- Â¬ Perfect Oscar Vest of this city is running the city far from tho maddning sult him during his stay is this ideal health and fits guaranteed in all cases on the L N R R between Lexing- Â¬ crowd pleasure resort where a fine cuisine ton and Louisville as a newsboy splendid Italian band tennis court Messrs Ben Marshall Henry Ack ten pins and a host of pretty girls A first class second band mower for ley and H L Burch attended camp combine to make it fastidious 42 tf sale cheap at Mastin Bros meeting at High Bridge Sunday Among tho one hundred and thirty o Miss Edmona OConnor of Win five guests are the following Top Drawer Frankfort Judge Caswell Bennett field Kansas is the guest of her Mrs Lucy OConnor Highview wife and daughter little Virginia aunt LOCAL Louisville Mrs Robt Fletcher and Rev W 0 Taylor and County At- Â¬ family J H Ditto J B Allen Mem- Â¬ torney L F Johnson returned Wed- Â¬ phis Geo Forrest Mrs J W Ful- - For State Senator Hon W W nesday from a trip to tho Worlds mor Miss Katie Wilkerson Jos B Stephenson of Harrodsburg was on Fair Cabell T B Allen Paducah Mrs Saturday at Lawrenceburg nomi Misses Emma Finter and Katie Cook Husbands Mrs Whitfield and nated by tho Democratic voters of Stranch of Jeffersonville Ind are family Miss Bettio Woolfolk Frank the guests of Miss Frederika Weisen Harris Geo Rankin Albert Foster the district as the party Scandidate ODell burgh J A Rudez and family W 0 Ellis forSkto Senator John Cox Miss Mattie Leech of Anderson was chairman of the Judge and Mrs Joseph H Lewis Mrs Irene were in Louisville Wednesday en Miss Ruby Cobb Henderson Sena Â¬ district convention and B T Farm on route to Glasgow to visit their rela tor H 0 Dlxop Ingram Crockett and of this oity secretary wife Capt 0 G Perkins and wife tives Misses Lizzie and Ella Perkins Miss Shot Over the Eye Saturday Mr V Berberioh has returned from Sarah Young Mrs Arthur Jarvis afternoon Davo Abraham a white a trip to the Worlds Fair and is ready Mrs Aroh D Brown Dr W I to receive orders from his friends for Thompson Starling Thompson Jack- Â¬ man accused Bill McGuire colored fall suits son McOlain and family H F Dado of breaking his spectacles and ap plied a vile epithet to him where Â¬ Mr Adam K Stephens and family and wife W J Marshall and wife Ohio who have been vis Â¬ upon McGuire grasped him when of Glondale iting relatives here returned homo All Free Abraham tore himself loose and shot Thursday Tho Those who have need Dr Kings McGuiro just above the eyo Master Bennio Newhouse gave a New Discovery know its value and wound waB slight picnic to a number of his young those who have not have the oppor- Â¬ friends on Arnolds Hill Thursday tunity to try it free Call on the adver Â¬ Abrams was tried before Judgo afternoon tised Druggist and get a Trial Bottle Williams Tuesday and fined 76 and Gen Lyon of Eddyville was in free Sena your name and address costs and on an additional warrant for tho city Monday deposing in the to II E Bucklen Co Obloago and carrying concealed weapons received et a sample box of Dr Kings Now another fine of 25 and a sentence of case of tho Commonwealth vs Tho Ifo Pills Free as well a copy of Co Mason Foard Guido to Health and Household In ton days in jail All of which is Mr Geo W Ohinn returned Tues Â¬ structor Free Arrested for Forgery Wood Â¬ day from a two weeks trip to Wau Â¬ guaranteed to do you good and cost ford Hughes was jailed on Sunday on kesha Wisconsin and tho Worlds nothing at Phil Carpenters Drug a warrant charging him with forging 4 Store Fair at Chicago J B Hamiltons name to a noto for Mrs R A Peter accompanied by Shilohs Curo tho Great Oough and 82 on 0 R Orutohor Co her children arrived Wednesday to Group Cure is for sale by ub Pookot visit nor parental Mr and Mra J M size contains twenty flvo doses only Hushes had a hoaring beforo Judgo j B oVvVMIams Wednesday and as tho Todd on Wapping street 25o Children lovo it 21 Â¬ I m m Â¬ Mr M P Gray is home from a trip to the Worlds Fair Mr 0 E Collins has returned from French Lick Springs Miss Mary Brent of Paris is visit Â¬ ing Miss Lutie Ware Mr John Oassell went to the Worlds Fair Sunday Miss Annie McArdlo of Lexington is visiting friends here Miss Mamie Roche of Paris is vis Â¬ iting Mrs W 0 Lutkemeier Mr Charles Noonan wife and child have returned from Chicago Miss Janie Dohoney returned Tues Â¬ day from a visit to Anchorage Miss Pullen of Shelbyville is the guest of Miss Adelma Orutcher Miss Mamie Sower is home from an extended visit to Brazil Ind Mr and Mrs Grant L Roberts are home from a trip to the Worlds Fair Mr Al Martin and wife of Louis ville are visiting Mrs Lucy Tate Miss Genevieve Weitzel went to Lexington Monday to visit friends Dr Charles Kearns of Covington was here this week visiting relatives Mr Harry ODonnell went to Chicago Saturday to visit the Worlds Â¬ this county returned Monday from a visit to friends in Eminence Mrs Henry T Stanton and daught Â¬ er Mrs J G McLean went to Oar rollton Wednesday for a two weeks visit to Mr Richard II Stanton MissesPioratt ofEzol Kyand Car rie Harman of Butler Mo were hero this week visiting their uncle Judge G B Swango on the South Side Mr Omer Wilson of Washington City arrived here Monday evening having been summoned by telegraph owing to the illness of his infant son Mr Ferd VanDervoer was in the city this week Ho has accepted a position in Louisville and will go there next week to enter upon the duties Mr George W Lewis who has been visiting his brother Mr Will A Lewis in Bellepoint returned to his home in Louisville Thursday morning Mr T F Humphries wife and Â¬ Towns daughter Miss Mima returned Thursday evening from a visit to A city of the size of Frankfort should have a handsome opera house This is especially emphasized as an important consideration in this city from the fact of its being the capital of the State and requiring occasslon ally a public hall for tho amusement loving part of tho Legislature and as a place of meeting for district and State conventions of all kinds Small towns as Paris and George Â¬ town which are not one half or one third as large as Frankfort maintain opera houses that are gems coin pare to the dingy filthy hall designated hero as an opera house The management can not hope to induce good companies to sign con-Â¬ tracts to play here when the mem- Â¬ bers of the company are obliged to use dressing rooms that are not in- Â¬ viting or provided with conveniences without which a fourth rate hotel would not be regarded as habitable A plaoe of entertainment like an opera house should be cheery and inspiring with beautiful colors bright lights and every comfort and convenience that would both insure ease and mental recreation ana un Â¬ til such a desirable improvement in the hall here has been made by the council there is small chance for a manager to succeed even with first Peo Â¬ class attractions on the stage ple who go to a performance at the opera house and pay for their seats want to obtain the full worth of their money and they dont want to be dis Â¬ turbed by the noise of walking or scraping of feet on a bare floor or during an intermission or otherwise to be obliged to sit in a half darkened room staring at a scaly drop curtain or wondering whether or not the streaks and stripes of dirt on the walls were originally a part of the fresco work The council should appoint a com- Â¬ mittee to investigate tho matter and arrange for providing the hall with tho necessary conveniences in tho dressing rooms a new drop curtain carpet at least in the aisles electric Cures Consumption Conghs Cronp Sore Sold by all Drureists on a Guarantee TV uShts and freah fre8C0 on the walls Throat Side BackorChen Shilohs Porous For a Lame Â¬ evidouoe was not sufficient to convict the case was dismissed and Hughes discharged from custody The Kentucky Midland It hav Â¬ ing been published that there was a pending negotiation by tho L N railroad for the purchase of tho Ken- Â¬ tucky Midland Supt Harpor of the latter road takes occasion to say There is absolutely nothing in it No offers have been made and conse- Â¬ quently none could have been con- Â¬ sidered by either party Steam Yacht Mr Richard Fergu Â¬ son arrived Saturday from Louisville with a fleet steam yaoht Maggie with which he proposes to do a pass Â¬ enger and towing business up and down tho river from this city Post office Thoappointment was made Saturday of Miss Bottle F Eplor as post master at Woodlake in this county to succeed Dr 0 K Wallace removed Portraits Brightened Under the resolution of the Legislature Mrs Day State Librarian has had tho portraits of Whashington Gov Shelby Kenton01ay Harrison La Fayette Gov Letcher and Daniel Boone in the Senate and House chambers retouched and brightened to a finish that greatly resembles the original freshness of the coloring It is a decided improvement to the pic- Â¬ tures and adds much to the interior decorations of tho State House The New Bridge The King Bridge Company are preparing to begin the work of getting out the stone and clearing away the ground for the abutments for the new bridge at St Clair street Lieutenant Watter man the Engineer in charge of the Kentucky river has been engaged this week in obtaining the necessary measurements by which tho Bridge Company is to be governed in the elevation of the bridge and by next week it is expeoted that a large force will be put regularly to work Â¬ gjFBfEcj5 Both the method and results whenr Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste and acts gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys Â¬ tem effectually dispels colds head Â¬ aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro Â¬ duced pleasing to the taste and ac Â¬ ceptable to the stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances it many excellent qualities commend it to all and have mado it the most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and SI bottles by all leading drug Â¬ gists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro- Â¬ cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SAN FRANOISCO OAL LOUISVILLE KY NEW YORK VK THE 41 wmtmmmmmmmm Plaster will give great satisfaction 35 cents Â¬ eontiderittholKstremedjjforadebUitatedsmtem For I ever wedexcels Dyspepsia Liver or Kidney troublo it Price 75 eta Mrs T 8 Hawkins Chattanooga Tenn says ShOohs Vttalizcr PAVED MY LIFE SHILOHS VITALIZER LEAKAGE IMPOSSIBLE Bottom and sides one continu Â¬ ous Piece of Lumber Material White Ash Wood Inside Castings Well Galvanized Buffer Made I Jn31 0 Minutes Circular Priee Lirt Have you Catarrh Try thte Remedy It will relievo and Cure you Price 60 cts This In- Â¬ jector for itssuccesaful treatment Is furnished free Bhiloha Remedies aro sold by ua on a guarantee to give satisfaction s Jan mLOHVlJCATARRH REMEDY AGENTS WANTED in every town Sinple churns sold in localities where-we nave no agontB at wholesale price Js Bend fsr to introduce them M BROWN rOB SAXS BY WAPAKONET0 CO For sale by W 28 ljr HALLS McKee Hardie OLD STAND WMWRIGHT 447 East Main Street Frankfort - Fine Farm for Rent X limits on tho Georgetown pike contalnin 265 acres large residence tobacco barn and Splendid dairy und tobacco farm stables Possession given March 1st IK lars apply to July 22 I Kentucky Juue21 Sm milE DUDLEY FARM ADJOINING CITY The only patent churn which will bear a guarantee For particuKy Â¬ tf FRANK CrilNN Frankfort H fl MATTEEU TIESE- - Down Go me Prices Dotted Swiss Colored Figures 10 cts former price 30 cts French Ginghams 20 cts mer price 50 40 and 30 cts for- Â¬ iiimtr 334 MAIN STREET FRANKFORT KY To reduce jour weight 8URKLY uso Wlllards Obesity Fills and losu 16 pounds a month No No Interference with busi Â¬ Injury to the health They build NO STARVING ness or pleasure up and Improve the general neulth beautify the complexion und leave NO WRINKLES Lucy Anderson 84 Auburn street Cambridge Mass Three bottles of your Obesity Pills re Â¬ writes duced my weight from 225 pounds to 190 and I never felt better lu all my life I am much pleased with the result und shall do all I can to help you Our patrons include Physicians Bankers Lawyers uud leaders of Society Our goods are not soldln drug stores all orders are supplied direct from our ofllce Price per pack Â¬ age 4200 or three pHckages for 500 by mall pre Â¬ paid Particulars sealed 4 cts ALL CORRES Â¬ PONDENCE CONFIDENTIAL WILLASD REMEDY CO Toiledu Nord Ginghams 9 cts former price 12 cts Light Ground All Wool Chal lies 45 cts FAT PEOPLE former price 65 cts 35 One Lot Black Kid Gloves cts Â¬ Very Stylish Coaching Umbrellas 3338 former price 3550 Ruffed Â¬ cts Collars and Cuffs former price 35 cts 15 Apl3 6m f SUM MISS All Ouf Novelty Wool Suits at 50 cts on the l Big lot of remnants of all kinds of goods JOHN DRISCOLI remarkablyjlow prices th Liquor Merchant 1 1 l Si 47 2t 0 JOHHSQH 311 Main Street A full line of pure Anderson county wlnos brandies etc 235 BROADWAY whiskies l opposite Stuto llouse jiiL ffiMJiniiiiiRnPHiM Pw P y ImlllHIIIIMMnflHHBMHRm - VOT 1 hft MP WONDERFUL Is our stock of Diamonds Watches Silverware Clocks etc for our ivr Mit-- it MIDSUMMER Clearing sale a a a yi We must sell as it will soon be time for our fall stock Call now for A V A v BARGAINS ZbJZ THE BANK CRISIS Stuart jf fc - - SELBERT Matrimonial Miss Barbara Follis were married Sunday by Rev JMcOluskyBlayney Te weler - M i n W1 1 5 as Superintendent There will be a corps of nurses and teach Â¬ Without Cause Depositors Make ers employed and Dr Stuart sr will a Run on Louisville Banks be the consulting physician His long experience and extended repu-Â¬ mid Tlioy Word Obliged to Suspend tation in the spooial care treatment and training of the feeble minded will The suspension of the Kentucky insure the success of the enterprise National Louisville City National Managing a Ilotel Morohanta National Louisville De posit and Fourth National Banks of From the Fort Smith Arkansas Louisville on Monday and Tuesday Daily News Reoord wo learn that the of this week threatened for a while to Hotel Main one of the prinoipal shake confidence in all the banks of hotels of that city has recently that city as well as other cities in the ohanged hands and a well known and State The statements of the condi- Â¬ popular Frankfort boy gets a promo- Â¬ tion of these banks both before and tion in the deal The News Record after the suspension showed there says was no occasion at all for alarm With the sale of an interest in this among the depositors They made a popular house to Ool Yoes the affa Â¬ heavy run on the first mentioned ble chief clerk Ool W A Gaines was and that bank which closing its doors caus Â¬ high made manager the future means a standard in for the ed the run to be made on the other Hotel Main for with so thoroughly banks and a like necessity to sus Â¬ competent gentleman as he in direct pend No bank would want the de Â¬ management success can not fail to his posits if it would be required to keep be the result In addition to will du- Â¬ ties as manager Ool Gaines be the entire amount constantly on found behind the desk during the hand to meet any emergency and day with a smile of welcome and the metre suspension of payment of kindly word of oheer for the weary a homelike place the banks in Louisville was not in the traveler who desires Williams is night of rest Mr Albert least the result of bad management olerk and a courteous accommodat- Â¬ or weak condition of the banks but ing young gentleman he is simply an inability to realize on the Wills friends will doubtless be sur Â¬ banks collateral Fortunately the prised to know that he has gotten to people realized this in time to restore be a Colonel but then Frankfort boys confidence by Wednesday and to are liable to aohleve the top round of spare the rest of the banks the neces Â¬ distinction wherever they go and sity to close their doors to the pub- Â¬ heres wishing the Hotel Main re Â¬ lic newed prosperity under the command In this city the people demonstrat Â¬ of Ool Gaines ed their confidence in their moneyed Mrs R C Rhea institutions and made no effort to dis turb the regular channel of business Of Milford Neb says she suffered by withdrawing their deposits or greatly from a complication of dis- Â¬ tb receive checks State Treas Â¬ eases of female weakness and liver urer Hale as a safe guard for the and kidney troubles Her health was Hales States revenue for which he is re- Â¬ fully restored by using Drpleasant Household Tea the sponsible on his bond declined to ac and effective medicinemost known 25c cept any thing but currenoy in pay Â¬ and 60o per package at P H Car Â¬ 1 ment of the money due the State but penters drug store had no effeot in the business that Saratoga Saloon oommunity It could easily be per Â¬ the best brands of just opened with wines and liquors ceived that the whole trouble had no of all kinds and a fine lunch always foundation in faot and that it only on hand Soup every day Jake Ahler Propr required a few days for the restor- Â¬ 44 tf a ation of confidence and general re To Danville sumption of trade when the people would look baok at this weeks crisis August 8th to 11th inclusive the and wonder why they were alarmed Kentucky Midland will sell tiokets to Danville and return at one fare for without an adequate cause tbe round tripx on account of Colored -- Dean Follis Mr Grant Dean and Summer Goods MUST GrO Is i The attendants were Mr Frank Rogers and Miss Bertha Dean Reardon Druoan Mr Wm H Reardon and Miss Lizzie Drugan of Flag Fork in this county were mar Â¬ ried Monday at Oounty Olerk Smiths office Rev H M Polsgrove officiat aS ing At the home of the brides brother James Noland on lower Wilkerson street by Rev Geo Darsie Wednesday evening July 26 1892 Mr George W Turnerjand Miss Nora A Noland both of this city Brent Thomab Invitations have been received in this city for the mar Â¬ riage of Miss Margaret Ohambers Brent daughter of Judge JH Brent of the Superior Oourt to Mr Olaude Milton Thomas of Paris the newly appointed Consul to Marseilles France the ceremony to take place Wednesday August 9 next at Sec- Â¬ ond Presbyterian Church in Paris Both the bride and groom are well known in this city and have the best wishes of their numerous friends TuRNER NoiiAND Geo W Turner and Miss Nora Noland of Leestown were marriod Wednesday night at the residence of the brides father Rev George Mr Joseph Noland Darsie officiating Turner Noland W Jf- t W - STRHW HHTS A At almost your own price r i Ladies Kid Oxfords - now 50c I - X rA mi n Ladies Tan Coid Oxfords 75c 1 f CT Good Looks deep depending upon a healthy con- Â¬ dition of all the vital organs If the Liver be inactive you have a Bilious Look if your stdtnach be disordered you have a Dyspeptio Look and if your kidneys be afflicted you have a Secure good health Pinolfed Look Elec- Â¬ and you will have good looks tric Bitters is the great alterative and Tonic acts directly on these Vtal or Â¬ gans Oures Pinples Blotches Boila and gives a good complexion Sold at Phil OARPENTERsDrug Store 4 m Â¬ Good looks are more than skin lot of Ladies 350 Oxfords now 2 i T1 A2 efusing Â¬ Vf Lower Prices On fill Lour Cut SQoes 5 Reduction Â¬ in Afc t V THE KENTUCKY MILITARY INSTITUTE j 7 Dr Fair 0 D Beroaw G P A ft EftScV Every Farmers Benefit wines brandies and whiskies to be had anywhere Also burgoo and fine 44 tf lunch every oounty court day To call and see Jake Abler at his new quarters the Saratoga Saloon Finest Kftr - fflEu Stuart Purchases it for a Sanitarium and School for Eeoblo Mlnded Q A J or Louisville either Cincinnati Through cars to Chicago Quick time and most elegant equipment Bo sure to take the Queen and Orescent Route For rates schedules sleep Â¬ ing car reservations call c G on any agent of the E T V Railroad Queen and Orescent Route or Louisville Southern Railroad or D G Ed wards G P A Cincinnati O Â¬ In addition to the regular Worlds Fair excursion rates we will sell first olass excursion tickets good fifteen days from date of sale for return at 5 Iobs than the regular Worlds Fair rate These tickets are good via vl Â¬ L 1 MXLURE Knights of Pythias I PARIS lfi VI m ji i tf ff Afcf Vi W- The Saratoga Saloon just opened Our stock of vehioles was never so at 217 St Clair street has the finest The Kentucky Military Institute largo All grades all prices Noth- Â¬ and best liquors and is fitted up in jake ahler property will pass next week into the ing sold that Jb not fully guaranteed cne latest scyie 44 tf Proprietor possession of Dr J Q A Stuart Su Â¬ Get our prices before buying 37 tf Mastin Bros perintendent of the Feeble Minded Wanted Alive man to represent us in this city Previous experience Institute The negotiations for the Bargains not necessary to the right man Ad Â¬ sale have been consummated but the dress papers have not been made out and Three phaetons one surrey one Plymouth Rook Pants Co seo signed by the parties to the transac Â¬ buggy and one road wagon all Mas 349 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky ond hand Juno 10 Gt tion The price agreed on was 9 tin Bros but in good repair at tf 43 1b regarded by those who 500 whioh Small Farm for Sale know as the cheapest property sold Buys a No 1 or 2 Rambler with in the county for years Besides the A small non slipping corrugated tiroB fully buildings which though old are improved farm of twenty acres well warranted Roberts agent and two miles from this splendidly constructed arid needing oity on a good pike is offered for sale finest wines and liquors can but a couple thousand dollars for re Â¬ at a bargain For terms c apply boAll the at Jake Aiders new saloon found 29 tf at this office pairs to make them superior to any The Saratoga 217 St Olalr street m where you will always find a good thing of the kind in the State there Millinery 44 tf are 125 aores of cleared and timber Â¬ Our second stook of millinery hau snaok just arrived and if you want bargains ed land unsurpassed in the county Cheap Flowers call find the for beauty of looation Dr Stu best at once and you will in Frank Â¬ and cheapest millinery art proposes to convort the prop Â¬ fort at Partieswishing cheap roses can buy S Harris erty into a sanitarium and sohool them at E Powers green houso 20 for 100 He is selling rosebuds of for feeble minded children and will For Sale or RiSNTMy dwelling all kinds exoopt American Beauties bo ready to open it the firet of next house on Ann street at 75 cents por dozen September with his son Dr John P tf J T Buckley Children PICNIC AT CLASSICAL INSTITUTE for culture OFFERS the highest adrantagesCourse with andÂ¬ Full College excellent Preparatory Department Location at- Â¬ tractive healthful and accessible Genuine home comforts Accommodations nret class In every particular Catalogues sent on application MRS M W BERRY Paris Ky Jul-15-- 7t MARSHALLS Wednesday Aug PARK 91893 AND 33C20 FIRST CLASS BRASS STRING MUSIC WM CROMWELL ATTORN EY-AT-LA- W RMAZ ESTATE AQJSNT and tbe vecetlatlaa DANCING AMUSINGGAMES WlHk PKAOTICl IN TBS C0UBT8 0 nlU alio glr pcll attention to the purofeu SWINGS Etc and tale of real eatata loan wi Kmr ii v h t K eoUectlonf trnta alalmi r i V Dress Â¬ Parade of Uniform Rank K of P on grounds at 5 Vt s oclock Â¬ W I CHUN JR Admission including transportation 50 cents children 25 cents 48 3t Will practice in all State Courts Of flee second floor Custom House yn IHW2 5WJJM Vk w FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT talking to two or throo of his friends ns second class mailable matter two of whom have advised him to Entered at tlie post olHce nt Frnnkfort Kentucky give it to a fund for the establish GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT JULY 29 1898 THE KENTUCKY JIIVER Appropriations for tlic Kana Â¬ wha and Necessity Now for Urgent Action to Obtain Justice for Kentucky The official figures on tho cost of the improvement of the Kanawha river and the tonnage shipments of coal from that valley for a jperiod of ten years are matters which together with the money paid into the sufficient means to justify the outlay United States treasury for a year The friends also told the gentleman from Kentucky tobacco and whisky that if such a fund were started by alone should be brought immediately his donation which might be made to the attention of the Secretary of conditional they wore satisfied that War If West Virgina which does tho city and county would contribute not compare with Kentucky in the to tho cause and be joined in the amount of revenue collected can se movement by the citizens who not cure on June 30 1892 an appropria- long ago subscribed a good round tion of 2579500 toward the improve- sum which it is believed is still intact ment of the navigation of the and ready to be turnqd over to a Kanawha river on July 13 of the hospital fund Give the hospital 225000 additional and same year then another push and be prepared also authority to make contracts to not only to assist charity patients complete the work estimated at but also to furnish tho best treatment 1080700 or atotal sum within one pay patients as may fall ill year of 3885200 surely Kentucky to such infectious or contagious diseases which last fiscal year ending June of may require separation from 30th 1893 paid into tho General which family or friends Government through the Internal their Revenue districts 26618820 ought Decidedly Shaky with slight effort on the part of her A trembling hand an uncertain step fidgeSenators and Representatives in tiness Indicated by restless shifting from one Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ system moves when Doctor Pierces Pleasant Pellote ment and maintenance in this city of bttvo put it in order They Thats what thoyro a Franklin County Hospital made for to regulate urge that tho necessity for something tho system as well as cleanso and renovate it of this kind is becoming greater Those nro tho original every day that hardly a day passes UtUo Liver Pills tiny finger or limb sugar coated that some one hasnt a granules mild and injured at a saw mill distillery or on gentle in their action to go to the railroad or is required effecbut thorough ft tive no pain and grip Â¬ no Louisville or Cincinnati to undergo ing One littlo Pellet an operation and pay heavy board for a laxativo three for a cathartic Sick and expenses when if there was Headache Bilious Headacho Constipation such a public institution here with Indigestion Bilious Attacks and all dorango stomach and bowels aro the proper accommodations for niente of the liver and promptly roliovod permanently cured patients they could have all tho Thoyro tho smallest easiest and best to very best surgical and medical skill take and tho cheapest pill you can buy for or either as a matter of charity if they theyre guaranteed to give satisfaction for your monoy is returned You pay only were unable to pay for it or at the the good you got Can you ask more or least possible expense if they had superiority of thesb littlo betterf proof of the pills along whole anti-bilioI J Just like clochworh thats tho way your W McK DRTJv AROSE f GIST HALLS OLD STAND FRANKFORT KY We keep a full line of DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES - V v Ancl cordially ask our friends to give us a call r l W MoKEE HARDIE Jan21 ly 0 L GAYLE - dollars The present improved condition of the Kanawha has already been the direct means of increasing s the tonnage shipments of coal from 16260356 in 1882 to 57631888 in 1892 opening to the Ohio and Mississippi valley the free lockage Kanawha as a competitor to the heavy tallage Monongahela reducing prices very coal materially and rendering famines almost an impossibility But why should Kentucky with her vast fields of coal marketable through the speedy completion of this river improvement at a less cost than it requires for the Kanawha Louis- Â¬ pay tribute to another State ville as well as this city and the counties along and through which the Kentucky river flows should present the necessity of a large ap- Â¬ propriation for this river so forcibly to the Secretary of War as to leave him no room to evade the issue of his signature to a request for 1000000 from Congress These estimates are being made up now by the Secretary of War and upon them the appro- Â¬ priations will be fixed by Congress and if the people of the State do not want all their money drained away from them to paj for rivers and har Â¬ bors of other States while a mere pittance ie4returned for an improve Â¬ ment which when completed will pour a tide of wealth into their own pockets they will vigorously assert their demand by letter and press insisting that their Representatives in Congress show their value to their constituencies by obtaining equal justice in the river and harbor appropriations with a State like West Vir- Â¬ ginia and thereby securing to the Kentucky river which is even more importantfcto the whole Ohio and Mississippi valley than the Kanawha a sum sufficient to push the improve- Â¬ without ments rapidly forward cessation to the coal and iron coun- Â¬ ties of Eastern Kentucky Â¬ full session of the institute uifless tho superintendent shall be fully sat Â¬ Congress to be able to secure for the place or posture to another usually mental an Â¬ isfied that such failure has been among the unexpectel Kentucky river at least one million noyance at of extreme noises are nervousness Thse caused by actual sickness or other Indications Â¬ Â¬ graded common schools in cities of tho fifth and sixtli classes who hold a Stato diploma State certificate or county certificate or who contem Â¬ plates applying for certificate of qual fication to teach in the common Bchools Shall attend the full session of tho institute in his home county unless ho is teaching in another coun- Â¬ ty in which the institute is yet to be held or has attended the institute of a county in which he has a contract to teach If teaching in a county other than his hoine county whose institute is yet to be held ho must at- Â¬ tend tho full session of tho latter The county superintendent shall re voke the certificate of any teacher who shall fail or neglect to attend tho LOOK HERE Have you seen the new and complete stock of m fj id n i 3ZuX52STS33 ancL TTJ GOODS not call and examine andsatisfy yourselves If that everything is new and at flock S1 - Bottom Prices J seem trifling but the health of men and women liable to in this condition Is decidedly shaky to be overthrown disasterously by causes which the vigorous might defy To fortify the nervous system general vigor must through the medium of reinforced digestion and a removal of an Impaired power of sleeping at night be raised to a a guarantee of this id houtthfiii ntnnrtirri Hostetters Stomach Bitters which re establishes dlgeston bile secretion and the habit ot body on a permanently regular basis thus renewing tl nt bodily equilibrium which 1s followed by a gain For kidney of strength and nerve tranuulillty neuralgia and as a complaint rheumatism preventive of the lint attack or subsequent ip medicine Is turnof malurlal disorders this wlueglatful with- Â¬ out a peer Thrice daily take a Â¬ Teachers Institute The Franklin County Teachers Institute will convene at the Court-Â¬ house in the city of Frankfort on Monday the 9th day of October 1894 The following programme has been arranged for the occasion 1030 Rev 1L G Henderson Invocation 2 Opening Address Judge D G Wllllam3 a Enrollment and appolutment of Com- Â¬ 1 mittees Noon Recess 1 30 l Theory and Art of Teaching 2 Penmanship 8 Civics E Taylor Win Wiley Geo B Hancock R Adjournment Annual Re union of Teachers TUESDAY Rev W C Taylor Invocation 8151 John C Porter 2 Arithmetic MIsh Grace Murray 3 Geography Miss Lucy Pattle 4 History Adjournment Col John O Hodges 7 30 Aadress WEDNESDAY Rev Geo Darsle 845 1 Invocation G D Fendley 2 School Grading Miss Bonnie Hockeasmith and 3 Grammar T B Kord 4 Spelling Vlrgle Nelson andC J Newton Mlsss Lizzie MeGruder and 5 Pnyslolog Dr S E James Adjournment Uev George Darsle 7 3 Address 730 1 disability After the county institute has beeu held it shall be unlawful to grant any person a certificate to teach at any time during the school year unless the said person shall have atÂ¬ tended the full session of the insti- Â¬ tute of that or some other county during that school year or unless the county superintendent shall be fully satisfied that the failure to attend the institute had been caused by sickness During the in Â¬ or other disability there shall be a suspension of stitute suoh schools as are in session but no reduction of the toachcrs salary shall be made on account of such sus- Â¬ pension except as hereinafter pro- Â¬ vided The time of actual attendance upon the institute in days and parts of days shall be accredited to the teacher if the institute be held during At tho the session of his school close of the institute the county superintendent bhall give to each teacher or other person in attend- Â¬ ance a certificate of the number of days and parts of days that the teacher or person lyid attended which certificate of attendance shall be filed by the teacher with the chairman of tho board of trustees of the district who shall make report thereof to the county superintendent at the time of reporting the school stebbt BRASS KETTLE S 232 -- HflWEfi J4UHSEY AixrfcT ENAMELED KETTLES GRANITE KETTLES TINKETTTLES t FOR PRESERVING IjRUIT Masons Fruit Jars Plain Glass Fruit Jars Stone Fruit Jars and Tin Cans For Preserving ifok suZ jE rs sr -- ti EL 22 tf OT A Queenly Head can never rest oiva body frail from disease any more than the lovely lily can grow in the sterile soil When consumption fastens its bold upon a victim the whole physical structure commences its decay At such a period before the disease is too far advanced Dr Pierces Golden Medi Â¬ cal Discovery will arrest and cure it So certain is this that an oiler is made to refund the money paid for it when a failure can be found under the condition of a fair trial JL awn Mowers sanMmtuaysatiannwiMxiiiincmp ql Friends I stand at the HEAD br Hardware anri on LAWN MOWERS I THURSDAY Rev Mr Cooper 8451 Invocation 2 Reading G P Graham and Miss Annie Yarbrougb 3 Language and Com position Misses May Bohaimin and Nettle Walcutt Adjournment 7 30 AdJresses Col John L Scott and At orney L F Johnson FRIDAY Lead The Market ie 2 St IncifcL jd For State Certificates examination of teaohers who wish to receive State certifi- Â¬ cates will be held by tho County Board of Examiners at the Court- Â¬ house in this city on tho first Friday in August Tho law requires that teachers applying for these certifi- Â¬ cates shall be examined in three English additional studios viz Literature Elementary Algebra and Higher Arithmotio and those in Â¬ tending to apply should come pre pared to be examined in those studies in addition to the regular common school conrso Â¬ OSIii lCXOlsr The 400 450 5oo A BENEVOLENT CITIZEN 7301 Invocation Discipline Rev Garrett Reed He lias 2000to Give Away to a Good Cause and a Hos Â¬ pital is Suggested to Him 2 Programme 3 School Recitation and Study J H Shlpp R H Graham It is a rare thing in the light of the bank failures and general desire of mankind to keep everybody informed about what both of their hands are doing to discover a man who not ARTICLE XIII only has more money than he wants Sec 155 Every teacher of a com- Â¬ but is actually looking on the dead mon school including teachers of the qnietfor some charity to which he might donate about 2000 of hiB surplus He is not wealthy and able to throw the money away without feeling its loss but his own prosperity and the knowledge that there is a demand upon every fortunate citizen to mitigate and relieve the pain sorrow or distress of his less fortu- Â¬ nate fellow croatures have prompted him to sot aside the sum mentioned oufcof his accumulations for a chari Â¬ table cause in which the money might bo used to the highest possible The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder- No Ammonia No Alum advantage With this end in view Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard the gentleman who lives at the Forks of Elkhorn has been confidentially April 15 1 The disoussion of each subject willbe opened by the teacher named oppo site the subject All members of the Institute are expected and requested to prepare themselves and take part in the disoussions 323 B3SO-A-XDvX7-A-- 3r Street vi D Mar 18 IT IT IMF HIT For removing titumpa and liocki ior Uuarrj mon nd Well dlggors Safe easily handled and cheap For fall Information and price address QRTFMITH sfeMPLB LOUIBVILLEjKY MW ibbbH UB v4 s VM 3i a 2 ly - PRICES - JACOB SWIGERT ON MAIN STEET TO CO - itr 7M IX Have Removed From the Bafzel Building OpamBaking 1SfA n 3N 101 AND 102 ANN STREET HasBiriEnt nf the Capital Hntel They will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a short time i4f W y Great Bargains in Vehicles and Harness k O R ORUTOHER President J W CRUTCHER Secretary Il Hm s Come to our salesrooms or factory find any style vehicle you may want and we will name you a lower cash price on same than any ever before quoted you on best grades of work We have this season distributed the output of our factory all over this old Commonwealth and the surrounding States and if our work will fill the wants of the people as to make finish and price when supplied through the dealers of the country to whom we sell largely we certainly can sell you direct from tlie factory at prices bound to be right You pay no agents profits with us as we supply you right from the manufactory nanacaFjaRaRaRarjananarnnarcRnarinrjarnraRarifa i lb M tek nnnnBBB3carcinaraKaRnBncncnnarn3arai3snria Ml f hv SADDLES AND HARNESS At lower prices then ever Whips 1 One half Price goods now 25c i LAP EOBES AND DUSTEES 20 dozen whips regular price 50c RnBarsarnnnrnracarariarnrararananarrTiRaRa BTtRanarJaraRnnnnaraBananaBaFsaBarnrrinrn LQUJUHBJUUUJUUUJUJUUUJUUJIiUKHIJkbJUJLJLjJ rncrrrcrir ar7ri3rinarianarrraBaBn Spc 75c and gioo Dozens to select from THE FAOTOBY--HEA- KENTUCKY D BUGGY AND WORK S SALESKOOM OPPOSITE OOUET HOUSE J OF BKOADWAY I3STOOKFORATHI2D xj OVERSTOCK WD AND MUST THAT is what I mean and that is what I say fcUI iiil 111 ni V3 I intend to buy a magnificent holiday stock which will arrive early in the fall and for sell all of the above named articles at 20 per cent off for the next 60 days I need money and must dispose of the above goods below cash and I am going to move my present stock to make the payment which I intend to pay spot cost Come and see ZESlXlgfSIEPeraS I must reduce my stock of Sl3acL OllSuLziS 5CCi within the NEXT SIXTY DAYS and I am determined to do so at all hazards In order to accomplish this I will 3Old Silver vatclxes 01xaXmS m 1 W L COPPERSMITH THE JEWELER E38 i The above Frankfort FRANKFORT KOUNflABOOT1 Argus and is a is from the of a numfair sample FRANKFORT 4 ifi i M Wo Give Â¬ it ip JULY 28 1808 ber of communications which have Editor Roundabout been received by the merchants of Bowling Green Several dayB ago they received a lengthy circular from the defrauded merchants of Frank Â¬ fort warning them against furnish- Â¬ ing supplies tor the coming encamp ment unless paid cash Tne article uiven above came in a marked copy The of the Arcua to a oitizen here Times is authorized to state that the solicitude of the Frankfort merchants or the Bowling Greon merchants is altogether unnecessary Our mer chants are amply able to take care of tnemseives ana are not airaia 01 being defrauded by the State They have no doubt that they will be fairly and honorably treated and do not expect to bo called on to furnish any Â¬ thing which the law does not allow and consequently their accounts will The merchants not be repudiated of Frankfort and the Argus should know that they are giving advice where it is not sought or needed and to men who at least have sense enough to attend to their own busi ness These anonymous warnings are in exceeding bad taste to say the least of them as well as unpatriotic and spiteful The proper authorities will be extended all the orodit they desire by our merchants and these same merchants are not afraid of Bowling Orcen Times repudiation My little boy was very bad off for two months with diarrhcoa We used DR W I KELLEY Veterinary Remedies rREPABKDBTTHE Thinks Ilim Well Qualified I J- - if The Fultori Fulconian which is edited by a member of the State Board of Equalization pays one of our young lawyers the following de Â¬ served compliment Robt Franklin who served the State Board of Equalization in the capacity of chief clerk at its recent session is a candidate for County Attorney of Franklin county WeÂ¬ know nothing of the merits or quali fications 6f his opponents but of one thing we are certain Mr Franklin superior qualifications of Possesses heart and will if olected make one of the best officers in the State His position on the board has better qualified him for the position and the people of Frdnkfort and Franklin county cannot do better than elect him by acclamation Is a Stoclcliolder Mr Benedict Farmer of this county is a stockholder in two of the Â¬ Louisville banks whioh suspended during the last week having three thousand dollars invested in tjhe stook of the Kentucky National and twenty seven hundred in the City National posted man in town so I hope you Kentnciy VeterinaryMefliciEe Go will answer me one question Why is it that drug elerks boot and shoe MT STERLING KY clerks dry goods men and furnishing goods men all get off from 10 days IX LEXINGTON KY tobwo weeks every summer on full KENTUCKY VETERINARY Day while the grocery clerk never Mrm Saturday August 12 1893 TTVK8reHE has a day off not even the 4th of July nor Thanksgiving I know some of Saturday September 2 1893 v2s the other lines of business have bosses HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without surglca whoso souls are so little you could blow them through a humming birds operation and with little or no uin REEERENCES quill into a mosquitos eye and it vr wouldat make him wink still his W AMcKeo Hardie Frankfort Ky Scott Frankfort Ky J clerks get off and bo does his porter fTRADEMARK- Dr E M Gouer Fmnklort Ky on full pay J T Staten Frankfort Ky ANTIOSTINE for Splints Curbs Spavins Ac I know the grocery men have souls V Bcrberlch Frankfort hj Colic Remedy Remedy for Pneumonia In- Â¬ Rev L P Hulett Benson Ky as large as a whole corporation and fluenza Distemper etc Usfcl and Gall Oint- Â¬ Frankfort Ky consequently think the fault is with A II McCluru Frankfort Ky ment Blistering Ointment Eye Lotions V J HUghei Physic Balls Skin Lotion Wart Remedy the grocery clerk who comes so near David Moore Benson Ky Ky Woim Powders Stimulating Liniment Uter- Â¬ knowing everythincc that the town JasM WlthrovFrunkfoit ine Tonic Uterine bedatlve Wound Dressing can not spare him for so long a time Alterative Fluid Mineral DR KIILLEYS ofneeani resldeneo Is at 259 Couch Mixture Even vou editors ero awav and leave West Eighth streetClncltinuiiunuwbere ho may Tonic and Condition Powders everything to the devil but I know bolouuu eerj day of each week except SATUR PamrMets describing them DAYS how to excuse yon fellows who have and tho mode ot treatment sent free to diseases any one V I KfcLLEY M D passes and plenty of kin folks at a by atdresslnic 259 W Eight St Cincinnati O DRUGGIST 206 STCLAIlt STREET HALLS distance OLD STAND CONSULTATION FREE If my question should prove too hard for you just turn it over to your Sole Agent For Frankfort Ky devil who is the next smartest fel- Â¬ CtIIIlIIIIIIIIlllllllltlllltllllIIIIlllllllllllllllllllltllllltIlllt Feb 18 Cm low to the grocery clerk I know ho will not fail to answer a Hoping that I am not imposing on B te3e- your valuable time I am Yours truly a SEWING MACHINE 5 Dear Sir I know you are the best OF CINCINNAT IO will be at the FHOEjffSX HOTEL t k J Vf AV Â¬ W McKee Hardie ROYAL -- iaikie A The Porter HiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiwJiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiniiS n various medicines also called in two doctors but nothing done him any good until wo used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Reme Â¬ Has Ketiirned dy whicli gave immediate relief and soon oured him I consider it the Dr Goldstein the popular optician best medicine made aud can conof Louisville is again in the city scientiously recommend itto all who need a diarrhoea or colic medioine stopping at the Hotel Eonyon where J E Hare Trenton Tex 25 and 60 he will be glad to see his old friends cent bottles for sale by J W Gayle and fit glasses to their eyes He can please you if anyone can with eye Cheap to Cincinnati Call and see glasses or spectacles him July 27th the Kentuoky Midland will sell tickets to Oinoinnati and re- Â¬ Fair Catalogue turn at 363 aecount Paines Paris at Covington August 8th and Oth About a dozen copies of the cata Â¬ to Cincinnati and return at 272 and more at rate of one logue of the Lexington Fair have boon for clubs of 25 oraccount Demooratio cent per mile left at this offloo for distribution and Convention any person desiring one will please The limit to ehoap rates to the Worlds Fair has boon oxtended to 15 call and get it days instead of 12 Â¬ Childrens hats in all shades kinds and shapes at prioes to please all 39 WARRANTED mmw route The Direct and Popular Line to S Harris tf m Ohio State Convention 5 YEARS Cincinnati August Oth and 10th 1393 reduced rates and fare for tho round trip via Queen and Crescent Route and Louisville Southern Railroad Tickota will be sold August 8th and Oth from all stations in Kentucky good to return August 11th Special rates to clubs traveling in a oody D G Edwards G P A ISPc tmmsml M HICAGO it Oinoinnati O I And all Points NORTH and WEST rfifrV tV m HOT ng yiiir Ojs mt Vestibuled Trains jrjViiA vwii yy umm eillllllllllllllillllllllllinillllllllilllillililllllillUlllllllllllMi no I g fcreyjqi - Dont Want Any Advlco haB O D Beroaw G P A XUaalJirse High Arm BeltTuetthiK Needle g Has a Self threading Shuttle Has a No Equal In Construction s Una a Meoluuiical Apiiearaaee S Has g Has an Elegant Finish a Perfect Adjustment 5 lias H 1oslUvo TuUo up Has Dining Gar Services Palace Chair Cars Iv n an Buffet Sleepers And Only First Clnjss Accommodations For Further Information Address m been callod The State militia Tlioro H Goes Again into camp at Bowling Green Our Bowling Green friends are warned TONIC AnntrroeabloLoxatlvo and against orediting the State beoauso Effeotive July 20th tho Kentucky Bold by DruRgistsor sent byNERVE26c 60a mail repudiated the Midland Railroad offers rates of and 9100 per package Samples free this administration The Favorite TOOTI tOWDtt accounts of the merchants of Frank Â¬ 002 to Ohioago and return Tickets JHLUforthoToethBndIljeth5c fort for a similar oncampment hold good for 16 days hero Tho merohantB of Bowling 0 D Beroaw For sale by W McKee Hardie Green should require caBh HALLS OLD STAND Jan28 ly GPA a Has More Good Sowing Qualities and S than any Hawing Maculae In the World Exanlne THE ROYAL for points 1 excellence and yen will - tr B L Bryant C P A W H Crush D Pi A Vf tlfk AU I LOUISVILLE KY buy no other ROYAL S M 00 Rackford HL or lllMUUilllllHllllllllllllllllIIIIICIIIIIUIIIllllllllllWll Jas Barlcer G P A Chicago 111 BSEU33SQ MBWH vf FT 6 ma W I rxmmjft am1 mm iminiii teaMKaesEaaawii i w fa il WP Fruit Cans Water Coolers Ice Cream Freezers Mason Jars m s fl MjM Refrigerators Gasoline Stoves Screen Cloth Coal Oil Stoves Fly Fans Fly Traps Lower than any other house in the city can sell them Call and see and get prices No trouble to show goods 4 M ft fe O RELIGIOUS Methodist Church ZE3 iw BUCKZi JES3T T B i awwwwwwwwfliiMWi at night Rev H Q Henderson will preach to morrow morning at ill oclock No service Snnday Bchool meets at 930 a m Â¬ Baptist Church Rev W 0 Taylor the pastor will occupy his pulpit co morrow morning no service at night Sunday school at 930 a m in the ohapel J McOlusky Blayney D occupy his pulpit to morrow at night 11 First Presbyterian Church D oclock Union Rev will morning service at Whitehead of Kansas City and Mr Robert Whitehead of Covington The funeral took plaoe Tuesday after-Â¬ noon and the body was followed to the cemetery by a long line of sym Â¬ pathizing friends and relatives of the bereaved family Mauer The infant child of Mr August Mauer who lives at Hon E H Taylors died Saturday evening Niokols Louise the seventeen-year-ol- d daughter of Mr O P Nickols died Sunday of typhoid fever and bronchitis Her funeral took place at her parents homo in Bollepoint Mon- Â¬ day Rev George Darsie conducted the services WORLDS FAIR NOTES A Few Pointers About Chicago As a great many readers of the L B MARSHALL W A GAINES Roundabout will make their first trip to Chicago during the Worlds Fair a few pointers regarding the geography of the city will be appreciated In the first place fix firmly in your mind that Lake Michigan forms tho eastern boundary of the Representing a number o the best Insurance Companies solicit a entire city and if you stand faoing Real estate bought sold or leased the lake with both arms outstretched share of the insurance patronage the left hand will point to the north A good line of both city and country property for sale at all times and the right hand will point straight down tho tracks of the Big Four OFFICE 236 MAIN STEEET route to the Worldte Fair buildings end of the situated at the southern citv Paste this in your hat and you have the key to the entire situation Â¬ L B MARSHALL CO v- Real Estate and Insurance Ags Rev W T McElroy of Lexington Wilson In this city on Thursday will occupy the pulpit to morrow morning at 11 oclock No service July 27th to Oapt Henry Wilson and at night wife a son Charles Southern Presbyterian Church Births Coming into Chicago on trains of the Big Four Route which is the only railroad having an entrance on the FOR FRAME Episcopal Church There will be no services to morrow morning or evening Illinois Kentucky Catholic Church The usual services at the Church of the Good Shepherd to morrow will be con Â¬ ducted by Rev Father W E Gorey the pastor li High mass at 8 a m low mass at 10 a m andvespers at 300 p m Rev E A Penick preached his fare- Â¬ well sermon at Ascension Ohurcn Sunday morning to a large congregation He has served the parish long and faithfully and has greatly en- Â¬ deared himself not only to his parish oners but the community generally and there was a universal expression of regret when it was known that he had accepted another charge in a distant State We trust that hisrela tions with his new parish may be as mutually pleasant and that he may be as fully appreciated by his now charge as he was for so many years in this city He left with his family Thursday for Virginia where they will remain until the first of Septem- Â¬ ber and then go to their new home in Camden Now Jersey Â¬ From Danville 111 Mrs H J I have been using Nabor writes your remedies for scrofula and am greatly benefited My back was al- Â¬ most one solid sore Two boxes of Dr Hales Household Ointment healed it entirely From Olive Hill Ky Mrs M J Matney writes May 13 1892 My daughter has been afflicted with ery Â¬ sipelas in her eyes from infancy She is now past 12 years old and one 25o box has cured her It costs no more to get the best Get a box at P H 1 Carpenters drug store Another Cut to Chicago N is selling round trip The L tickets to Chicago at 992 good re turning 15 days from date of sale or will sell as oheap as any other road out of Frankfort H B Loqsdon Agent To Cincinnati Cheap N On August 8th and 9th the L R R will have round trip tickets to Cincinnati on sale at 272 on account H B ft v whobegan a protracted meeting at the Bridgeport Christian Church Monday night are preaohing to large San Captain Sweeney U S A congregations each evening and great Shilohs Catarrh is being manifested in the Diego Cal says interest Remedy is the first medicine I have community ever found that would do me any Price 60 conts Sold by W services will be held at good The union 21 SlcKee Hardie the First Presbyterian Church to morrow evening Rev H G Hender Big Excitement in Town son of the Methodist Church will deliver the discourse Over the remarkable cures by the grandest specific of the age Aunt Deaths Fannys Health Restorerj which acts the MoAulifpe John WcAuliffe Lieu as a natural laxative stimulates liver digestive organs regulates the tenant of Police who died in Louie and kidneys and it is natures great ville last Sunday was a resident of healer and health renewer Blood If you thia city previous to his going to Disorder have Kidney Liver orcall at do not delay but Louisville a good many years ago Chapman Williams drug store for a He was a brother of Mrs Ed Lillis free trial package Large size 50c of this city and Mr Win MoAuliff of 46 Jeffersonville Indiana Â¬ Â¬ Revs J W Howe and H O White Democratic Convention Loqsdon Agent A Short street South by 150 south side along the lake front where Side lot 50a desirablefeet onwith a small umount party To all the hotels and boarding houses of cash could arrange to sell on easy weekly are located you will find yourself payments passing practically through the expo Â¬ sition crrounds and a magnificent pan oramic view of the fair is obtained At the Worlds Tair station of the Big Four route if you Btep off at the right Bide you are at the entrance SALE THE CHESS OFFER gate to the exposition and can begin WE property FORthe Forks of Elkhorn WARRENÂ¬ consistat if you step ing of a two story frame residence of eight doing the Fair at once cottage of six rooms and Â¬ rooms off on the left side you will find your- several a trame lots vacant This property Is cenself in the finest resident portion of trally located and Is very desirable for either resiChicago and right in the midst of dence or business property the Worlds Fair hotel and boarding house district The chances are ten to one that you will be within a few minutes walk of the very place you FOR SALE have selected for your headquarters If you prefer to go down town ten minutes ride will bring you to the OF FIVE ACRES WITH new Twelfth Street station in the A GARDEN FARM rooms and other Improve- Â¬ Ave heart of the city Now bear in mind mentsresidence of Bill This property wlllbe sold at Thorn the manifest advantage of entering at a bargain Chicago on the Big Four route In the first place you avoid entirely the bother and trouble of a tedious trans Â¬ fer across the city which is neces Â¬ FOR sary via all other lines being landed directly at the exposition grounds an advantage offered by no other TWO STORY FRAME RESIDENCES OF NINE line and in the second place you can 2 rooms each on North St Claslr street and one residence of six rooms on Shelby so fix tho geography of the city in two story framo Cross street between South Side your mind that you will at once be- Â¬ This property M well and Campbellwould make a located and come as familiar with Chicago as you very desirable home The lot Is 40 by 200 feet are with your own town Another point in favor of tho Big Four route is found in the fact that if you enter Cincinnati on the FOR ueen Orescent route Louisville ashville R R Kentucky Central Ohio Ry or Bal- Â¬ BRICK RESIDENCE OF SIX ROOMS ON Ry Chesapeake timore Ohio S W R R connection A Broadway Possession given May 1st is made in Union depot avoiding the disagreeable transfer necessary via all other lines For full particulars D B Martin address General Passenger agent Cincinnati COTTAGE 3 ALE FOR SALE FARM OF 12 OF THREE ROOMS miles from Frankfort A GARDEN proved ACRES WELL IM located on a good turnpike road 8 FOR SALE 850 or 2000 cash for all 550 750 and This property would make a good invest Â¬ ment as It rents well and Is now paying 19 per month Three desirable parties who can make a small cash payment can urrange to pay the balance In weekly installments i Forks of Elkhorn Prices COTTAGES ON THE THREE located and in good SOUTH SIDE neighborhood three Â¬ Â¬ BUILDING LOTS desire to call special attention to the Bar Â¬ Two new residences have Just been completed on a part of hls prop- Â¬ erty and wo have one more lot 50 by 200 feet which we will sell at a bargain to some desirable party who will build Immediately J 11 OR MEDIUM PRICED BUILDING SITESAVE rett lots on Holmes street J FORJENT SALE 4 street South Side This property Is in id repair and we are authorized to rent it at 15 per month FRAME Conway COTTAGE OF SEVEN ROOMS ON HIGHYIEW COTTAGE OF FIVE on Ulghvlew for sula This prop Â¬ erty has u lot 112 by 162 feet and would make a Very desirable home HAVE WE rooms A DESIRABLE RENT 100 BUILDING LOTS OFFER FOR WE building lots on SALE A wikinson NUMBER hupdred dollars each street at one OF L B MARSHALL CO Is Marriage a Failure Have you been trying to get the best out of existence without health Have you been in your family wearing out your life from the effects of Dyspepsia Liver Complaint and Indigestion Are you sleepless at night Do you awake in the morning feeling languid with coated tongue and sallow haggard looks Dont do it A shout in the camp tells how Aunt Fannys Health Restorer has cured others it will cure you Trial Large size 50c at free 46 hapman Williams IIKOWNS IKON BITTERS All dealers keep it SI per bottle Genuine has trade mark and crossed red lines on wrapper Indigestion and Stomach disorder H CI I BMP OF DISPLAY t Monday Mr John Whitehead died at his residence on West Clinton street at the age of aeventy two years after an illness of a month or more Mr Whitehead was one of Frankforts most esteemed citizens Ho was a carpenter and a icabinet maker by trade previous to which in his early life he transported iron ore down the Kentucky river His wife who from the headwaters survives him is a sister of Judge Robt Riddle of Estill county He leaves a number of children as fol- Â¬ lows Mr Ooley Whitehead Mr Sam Mr Will Whitehead Whitehead B George and two younger Mrs W daughters of this city Mr John Whitehead Dr Halos Household Ointment FOR DYSPEPSIA take Is the finest remedy in the world It absolutely cures catarrh It cures Neuralgia and Rheumatism Cures Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum in the most soothing manner Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyolids Can bo Cures Coughs and Colds taken internally A positive specific for pneumonia Outs Bruises Burns Chilblains Sores of long standing Corns and Bunions are cured quickly different from all else superior to all else it has no equal 25 and 50c boxes Large size cheapest Sold at Carpen Â¬ 8 ters drug store m Wanted With throat and lung difficulties to call at our store for a bottle of Ottos Ouro which we are distributing freo of charge and wo can confidently recommend it as a superior remedy for OoughB Colds Bronchitis ConÂ¬ Ladies and gentlemen suffering HANDSOME ii A V j W r fwM PATTERNS m I Many Persons aro broken down from overwork or household cares Rebuilds the system aids digestion removes excess of bile and cures malaria Oct tho genuine Browns Iron Bitters sumption and all diseases of tho throat and lungs It will stop a cough quiokor than any known reme Â¬ dy wo will guarantee it to oure you If your children have oroup or whooping cough it is sure to give instant relief Dont delay but got Largo size 50c a trial bottle freo 40 Sold by Chapman Williams LOW PRICES R ROGERS I ii SON im pi - r mnustmnaxsncsasmTyvzni 7 SXTJEl BXFBOT TO Change Our Location for Business Some time this year We cordially invite our friends and others in this and adjoining counties and those who contemplate building to call and get our prices as we wish to WE DEFY COMPETITION both in price and quality of goods and will save you money reduce our large stock in stcre and warehouses in the rear of store Greneral Hiigfot and Heavy E3axd vrare 77all Paper Harness Saddlery Paints Oils OKLass ISr uisnes Varnisli Saslx ZDoors Blinds SX7agrons Siarr5 es Iron IE3oofing Socls Cement Plaster Sewer Iron Lime Tools Harness Ieatlxer Pipe Pl uie Pipe TX7ire SpokesSalt Lace Leather Pirns 3 arden X7lxeels Pope Pishing Taclszle 0 utler3r and Binder IMIo -- BT T wine O uaranteed Hose and La wn wers 3cc JLgents for Walter Cor Main and Lewis Streets BASE BALL JL Wood Mowers and Binders M A COLLINS Opposite the Farmers Bank Teachers and Trustees RAILWAY Swollowileld i r v Frankfort Wins From Lex ington on Their Own Grounds iiOUISVILMJ AND TjEXING TOK DOWNED Â¬ tM fcv Where Is tlio Onion Tlio Man Tliat Bit BUT WE DID THE CLEANING UP Lexington July 28 Frankfort 9 Lexington 3 l Club of Louisville came up and played an interesting game with the home club at Lake Park The game was an excitiog one at times but only a small crowd was present to witness it Play opened up with our boys at bat who made one score but the visitors went them several better in their half of the inning and tallied four times In the third inning they added another score to their column but our boys never let them score afterward and by getting a man aoross the plate in every inning kept close up until the fifth when they made three scores taking a good lead which they increased in the eigth apd ninth VanDerveer was put into the pitchers box in the fourth inning and proved a puzzler to the Deppens but one hit being made and not a tally recorded off his delivery McFarland took Dicks place In the field and make a wonderful catch of a ball which looked like a home run hit after a long run for it Following is the score left-handed On Friday afternoon the Deppon compelled to give up trying to catch although he pluckily played the game out at short and Zahner put on the mask while Wallace went into the box The gapie in detail was not inter-Â¬ esting as it became apparent in the first two innings that the home club would have a walk over In spite of his two errors Frank Barrett played la fine game at third making some Pen beautiful Btops and throws Merchant who played his first game of the season with tho locals covered the center garden and made a couple of pretty catches Henry Lindseys batting was another note worthy feature Henry has been slugging the ball in every gamo of late For the Lexingtons the batting of Brown and Swift was quite heavy but no especially good field work marked their play except a phenomenal one hand catch of a fpul fly after a hard erst- Â¬ run by Horace McFarland ours The score folwhile one of Â¬ THE TELECTRIC Contracts Made for tlio Disposal Mr Frank Shoefel and wife nee The new school law provides that a Miss Katie Johnson ot of the Bonds and Construc Â¬ are visiting Mr and Mrs ALouisville Â¬ copy of the contract between the H John- teacher and trustees must be filed in tion of the Road son of this place the County Superintendents office The electrio street railway is now under contract Messrs Lindsay Wilgus brokers of New York City have entered into agreements to dis Â¬ pose of tho bonds of the company and to superintend and manage the The construction of the railway laying of the tracks wiring erection of poles power house and car barn was awarded to Frank Whitley a large contractor of Springfield Ohio who has already purohased the rails and made arrangements for the rest of the material to complete his contract on or before November 1 1893 Gross ties are now being laid on the streets and a force of men will soon be at work laying the rails and put Â¬ ting up the poles This railway will be one of tho most advanced steps towards keeping pace with the times that the eity has taken for many years and to hinder its progress by circumscribing its limits would be a detriment to the city which would directly or indirectly affect the inter- Â¬ ests of every property holder not only in the city but for a number of The miles beyond its boundaries city council at its meeting Wednes day night acted wisely in holding that the Lawrenceburg Turnpike Company bad no more claim to Todd street between Murray and Logan than a right of way whioh tho elec- Â¬ trio railway can equally claim to possess and any attempt on the part of the turnpike company to hinder the construction of the railway along that street should receive the prompt co operation of tho city in the en- Â¬ forcement of the railway companys rights The prosperity of the city should not be retarded by any citi- Â¬ zen or company and no well wisher of Frankfort will make his personal interests similar to the claims of the turnpike company which even if they should be upheld will be of no real value to him superior to tho general welfare of a oity which requires more room for its growing needs and facilities to encourage manufacturing enterprises Â¬ Â¬ Owen and Oscar Karsner Please attend to this at onco and save made a flying visit to relatives at trouble in the future Tho8 Hunter O S S Switzer Saturday and Sunday Messrs lows Barrett FBANKFOBT Kb Liudsey Wlntersmith Davis o Hbss AB 3 4 4 II BII PO 3 McFnrlnudp VunDorvcrlf Totals Llndsey W 2b Mtrchtiut of Hurley rf 6 4 5 5 5 4 40 8 0 2 1 1 114 10 2 2 0 0 2 2 12 3 0 150 2 13 1 A E 1 4 0 7 o 1 1 0 4 0 1 0 10 0 6 1 0 0 3 Jt 15 15 11 27 17 turned home Monday Mr T P Dailey and daughter Miss Lizzie spent Sunday afternoon at Mr Ambrose Quarles Mr Howard Betts a young carpen- Â¬ ter of Frankfort who has been working on the residence of Mr Karsner returned home Monday morning very much to the regret of the young ladies of this place The Sabbath school is still progress- Â¬ ing very nicely due to Brother Sar- Â¬ gents faithfulness Messrs George Dailey and Lee Gregory attended a social at Thorn Hill Sunday night given by Miss Pearl Pollet Rev A C Smither and wife of Lob Angeles California will be here in August to visit his parents and it is expected he will preach at the Christian Church while here A two horse team belonging to Mr T G Karsner ran offMonday eve- Â¬ ning The drivers were badly fright- Â¬ ened but not hurt One horse was injured so badly that he will not re- Â¬ cover Mrs Betty Watson of Bethany who has been visiting Mrs Julia Williams for the past two weeks re Â¬ Heart DIsoouq Curablo Tho truth of this statement may b sloubtod by many but when Dxu Franklin Miles the eminent Indiana ypecialist claims that heart disease is curable and proves it by thousands of testimonials of wonderful cures by his new heart cure it attracts tho attention of tbo millions Buffering with short breath palpitation irrepf ular pulse wind in stomaoh pain ha side or Bhonlder c A F Davis fainting dropsy Silver Creek Nebraska by Being four bottles cf Dr Miles New Heart Cure was completely cured after twelve years suffering from heart disease This wonderful remedy it 4i A Bmothering spells H sold by J W Gayle Books free 6 Bucklens Arnica Salvo The best salve in the world for Outs Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fever Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns and all Skin Erup Â¬ tions and positively cures Piles or no pay required It is guaranteed to give satisfaction or money refunded Price 25 cents per box For sale by Phil Carpenter 8 ly Brown L c and ss Wallace of and i Zahner ss and c Lexingtons AB 6 6 3 4 RBII 0 0 0 1 Keuder2b Scott lb VobS If McFarland H 3b Conovcr p una If Swift rf Total 06 321810 400000 401202 40002 12301 4 4 10 21 10 12 216 113 3 2 0 2 TO A Tho Verdict Unanimous too to havo the verdict of the jury unanimous A great jury composed For Sale A good rockawaw horse Gentle and suitable for family use 2 2 It pleases the lawyer and his client J N Miles Game and Fish We are receiving daily fresh fish and game of all kinds at Kagins res- Â¬ 1 13 Innings Lexington yBANKroivr Barrett F Sb AB Lindsoy II lb Wlntersmlth ss Davis c McFarland p and If Llndsey W2b Hurley cf Hunt rf Totals VaDDerveer p and If 60D02 4 B 1U 2 2 6 1 3 4 2 0 C 2 4 6 0 0 1 2 4 3 2 0 4 811 PO 0 0 J 6 7 1 A 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 2 0 0 2 E 2 3 0 2 0 1 0 5 0 0 3 2 0 42 13 13 AH 0 2 J 13 A Dbppens Keeclus p nnd 2b Rudolph of Cllne lb Johnson Watts ss McGrew McCluro McComb Fontaine 3b c rf If 2b Brfft and p 3 1 3 5 3 3 4 4 4 83 IB 8H PO 0 0 0 2 0 10 110 1 1 A 1 2 2 0 0 0 G 2 3 1 Three base hits W Lindsey Brown and Scott Home Run Davis Bases stolen Lindsey H 2 MclMirland A D Mer- Â¬ 1 chant VanDerveer 2 Wallace Zah Â¬ 3 Bases 0 ner Reeder and McFarland H Off Conovqr 0 off McFar- Â¬ 1 on Balls 0 land 2 off Wallace 1 Struck Out 4 by Oonover 3 by 7 By McFarland Wallace 2 Passed Balls Davis Zah Â¬ K ner Time of Game Two hours Um Â¬ 1 pires Kelly and Richardson There was not an unpleasant feat 0 Franktort Earned Runs Frankfort 12345078 00001120 14031204 0 0 T 4 15 x an unanimous verdict on Dr Hales Household Oough Cure as a medicine agreeing that its promise of a speedy cure for coughs colds and bronchial troubles are always carried out to the letter This pleasant verdiot has not been obtained without great pains taken to make it the best cough cure on tho market Try a bottle when you have a cough or cold and you will belong to the unanimous ever after For sale by P H Carpenter of the American public has rendered M S B M Wi taurant 47 lt Fresh fish and game received daily corner of Broadway and Lewis streets at Kagins restaurant 47 lt is sold by Mastin Bros The cheapest and best Machine Oil 42 tf druggist 1 Advertised Letters at Frunkfort Kentucky tised letters for the week ending July 29 1893 Ansion Daniel McMeekin J W Armstrong L F Minter P M Bental Miss Dena Mahoney Mrs M Below will be found a list of adver Â¬ you feel wesk and all worn out take If BROWNS IRON BITTERS 0 0 0 0 6 7 0 0 0 3 8 Totals 0 27 14 r Innings Deppens Frankfort Earned Runs Frankfort 2 Two base Hits II Lindsoy 2 VanDorveor Three base IlitH Davis Homo Runs W Lindsoy Stolen Bases Barrett 2 H Lindsoy Davis 2 VanDorveor Mc Clure McComb Double Plays Win torsmith to Barrett McGrew Johnson and Reccius Reccius to Olino Base on Balls Off McFarland 5 off VanDerveer I off Fontaine 0 Hit by Pitched Ball Watts Hurley Passed Balls Davis 2 Struck Out By Fontaine 8 by McFarland 1 by VanDerveer 2 Time of Gamo Two hours Umpire Mr Richardson MONDAYS GAME 12345078 05 11113 001 4 01000000 T 13 5 8S i t The Lexingtons camo saw and wore conquered They were nover in the game at any stage although it is due them to say that Oonover Brown and Reoder were all more or less under tho weather and the intonso heat did not tend to improvo their oondition Oonover was compelled to retire from the gamo in tho fifth inning Zahner taking his place Wallace going to short and a young man from Lexington named Hig gino to going field right After two more innings Brown was Â¬ ure connected with the game The umpires gave satisfaction and no kicking was indulged in Quite a Nervous Prostration number of Lexington people came down with thior club and while some A largo manufacturer whose affairs guying was indulged in it was in wero very much embarrassed and perfect good humor One gentle- Â¬ who was overworked and broken down with nervous exhaustion went man insisted on informing tho to a celebrated specialist Ho was audience that several of the Lexing- told that the only thing needed was ton players when they came to bat to bo relieved of enre and worry and have a change of thought This doc Â¬ was the man who bit the onion of his pa tor was more but as they generally bit the dust be- Â¬ tients health consideratehis finanoial than of fore McFarland it was hard to de Â¬ circumstances He ought to have termine which ono of them had advised him to uso Dr Miles Restor remedy for really masticated the odorifferous ative Nervine the best sleeplensness tifrvous proHtration vegetable diVines8 headache ill effects of spir Tho Frankfort club went to Lexing-Â¬ its tobacco coffee opium o Thou Â¬ ton yesterday afternoon to play a re- Â¬ sands testify to cures Books and turn gamo with the Lexingtons and trial bottleH free at J W Gayles 5 the papers of that oity have been S making a great blow about how they brownHarriB will 5sell youa a good cotton at cents yard a were to be cleaned up Five games good oheck cotton at 5 cents a vard have been playod by tho two clubs up Land a good oalico ootton at f cents a Our stock of China silks to yesterday afternoon that making yard and the sixth Frankfort winning three of fanoy Ginghams Orepo Cloth tf 30 Ohallies is complete them Â¬ Â¬ WorJfc Bryant J F Comley Ohas S Chambers Chas Crouch J B Camalioh Matteo Edlen Miss Mary Frizzell John Hudson C T Hoskin Joseph Hays Mortimer Kook William W Lanter Jase Marshall Risner B F Roberts Edwerd Rennor James H Rlohargson Mrs Stevenson Alice Mary Mary McMakiu Russell Penn Mrs Maria Mrs and Disease Worry H v J Mrs t Â¬ O N f Tfi7 Rogers Miles Nerve and Liver Fills Dr Ho tho nerves A now disoovory Miloo Pills speedily cure biliousness bad taste torpid liver piles constipa- Â¬ tion Splendid for men women and 50 Act on a new principle rogulating A7iml N T ate nothing but dry nrcatl for throe yoars onaccounc of tho liver stomaoh and bowols though rtrfosthafcbe was onttreiy cured oy Dr Halori HousohdM Tea and cab Vaow oat anything This greatest tacuiomo known ib sold at 25 and 60 gnta ner paKRgRt OArfhnthkb uu terriDle disease Dyspepsia children Smallest mildest surest doses for 25 cents Samples froo at J W Gayles Frankfort Ky 45 ly Morton John F effect apon tho L 3c N rond When calling for these letters say TBAIHS WEST advertised J M Safpell P M No231eavoeFrankfort 550 am No 17 loavos Frankfort 985 a m When Traveling No 21 leaves Frankfort 305 p m No I91eaves Frankfort 785 pm Whether on pleasure bent or busi Â¬ TBAINBKABT ness take on every trip a bottle of No SO mixed train leaves Frank Â¬ Syrup of Figs as it acts most pleas- Â¬ fort G00 a m antly and effeotually on the kidneys No 18 loavos Frankfort 1016 a m 443 p m liver and bowels preventing fevers No 20 loaves Frankfort U85 p n headaches and other forms of sick No 24 arrives Frankfort No 22 leaves Frankfort 855 pm ness For sale in 50c nnd 1 bottles No 20 will by all leading druggists Manu Â¬ Ohristiansburg stop at Anohorago and for passengers for factured by tho California Fig Syrup Lexington and points boyoud Co only Nob 23 17 nnd 21 oonneot at Lagrange Nos 23 nnd 21 oonneot for Cincinnati Saddles from 3 to 25 Harness at Auohorage for Bloornflold Branch from 85 to 60 Mabtin Bros II B Loobdon Â¬ Lewis John Lynch Miss Lou- - Sanford Wm isa Wardower W A Moore Joe Wiram Hiram Meyers Prof Carl Wilson J B Mason Henry Young Jordon Stringfellow Mrs Kate PALEN Drs STARKEY 1D Area street Philadelphia Fa Dec2i ly uro a formldublo trio yet tho weak person frequently hus to meet nil oi ttiein at once How can lie overcome The nnsner is with our Compound Oytorn and ours onlv The count lets demonstrations of 23 years war runt this reply Our treatment Is available forborne use neither need your occupation b e interfered with The ulue of these features Is obvious What abont your need A book of explanation and proof Is yours to consider If asked for now L W TIME TABLE in The following timo table is now t Vitf 1 n 37 tf Agent r Vj 1 W Sf kf y 1 Sfc iciiewra2KKt2 B Big WORTH OF SHOES IN THE RUINS J t 7 v t Crutche r 75c Starks Entire Stock to be None reserved hut all must go no other method of getting it I This is not fiction but a sad reality tt i We need money and we know fine Of 24 pairs ladies patent tip Oxfords were 1 J33iOO- - 28 pairs ladies patent tip Oxfords were 125 3palXS mens 33shoes best lace and er 650 and 5 handseled patent Congress go at y leath- Â¬ were j 7 One large lot ladies Common Sense Oxfords were 150 all sizes nJ3L15- - One lot ladies Tan Oxfordswere 1 50 One large lot misses and childrens Oxford Ties sizes l2 to 14 sold for 150 to 175 big values 33JLOO- - Large lot ladies shoesCommon Sense x and Opera were 150 One large lot Bennett Bernards Slippers at 3 were 450 and One lot mens patent leather Bai and Congress all sizes were 5 JLJLO 3P1XS mens Tan Shoes go at 5 were 33115 100 5werepalxs mens Tan Shoes go at 398 3SXXS 3 250 and mens Tan Shoes go at were32 ut2S0iXS mens low cut Calf and Kangaroo go 375 were Calf pailS 390this sale at men s were and Kangaroo Shoes go in 2 3 - S5 200 6 50 paiXS 300 sewed Shoesmens Hand at 398 5 fine Calf and Kangaroo were 650 and 7 This is the greatest bargain ever offered by any house 5 One big lot ladies Odds and Ends at about one half price Remember this is a cash sale and no goods charged at these prices I CrutcHer lEmz Pea Ridge Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Cr iS UCvX JS fe tiamsjmxmsof Â¬ the Ridge it would be greatly appre- IjOUISVIIiIiT5 TOBACCO MAR Â¬ Worlds Pair and American RailANNOUNCEMENTS ciated by our people There is no KET ways Mr John Williams of Sallowileld religious instruction whatever given For Representative on tho Ridge It is that DURRETT who has bean visiting his father Mr large sums are given well knownwork FURNISHED BY GLOVER W are authorized lo announce L J COX as a The Queen Obesent Route to mission LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Joe Williams has returned home for Representative of widely know as the road running the candidate countyreInelection ns LarlsMure subject uy 1110 gunu Jttupit ui r i uuniuru the next is visiting rela- while close by we need their help so Trains in the South is in Franklin Finest Mr Homer Wilson to the atlon f the Democratic pay 44 tf our market for much Oowper might have had this Sales on amount to 1617 the week the field to carry everybody from the tives at Swallowfield hhds with South to the Worlds Fair at Chicago just closed For Senator Mr James Tracy and Mr Will place in mind when he wrote receipts for the same period of 1052 No part of the Southern country is The sound of u church going bell Dennis have the boss corn in this hhds Sales on our market since Jan- Â¬ left uncared for by this great railway We nro authorized to announce Hon W W TLeso valleys ant rocks never hoird section on theFleetwood Stock Farm candidate 83441 hhds Sales and its connections The Through STEPHENSON of Mercer couaty as a to the ac- Â¬ Will the Christian people of Frank- Â¬ uary 1st amount to pn for from thlR 1892 our market to Car System is an admirable exposi- Â¬ tionSenntor Democraticdistrict subject party of the Wheat and oat3 cut large crop and fort assist us in this matter and ofthecropof tion of the wonderful capabilities of June Site excellent quality honor this appeal when they now this date amount to 86570 hhds The market this week has been American railroading From New know the very urgent need The best season for grass and hay without change on burley tobacco Orleans through sleeping cars run ForJMayor Mr Walker Chambers of Lexing- The manufacturing trade continues daily morning and evening carrying for anumbor of years We aro authorize to announce Mr IllCf ARD Mrs Pumphrey and Mrs Sanders ton who has been visiting Mr John dull and good tobacco low while the its passengers via Cincinnati or Louis- Â¬ TOrtIN as a candidate for re election as Mayor at tho November election 1893 suqject to tho of Louisville who have been visiting Dennis returned home Sunday week common grades are bringing satisfac- Â¬ ville as they may select of Democrat party tory prices From Shreveport Vicksburg andi actionJuly the te Mrs Ready have returned home Blackberries are scarce but snakes 24 The following quotations fairly rep Â¬ Jackson another through sleeping Mrs W Tracy of Dayton Ohio are plentiful and of extra large size resent our market for new burley to- - car line comes to join and become aj Wo are authorized to announce Mr LEWI3 For over a year the people of bacco 1892 crop a candidate for Mayor of Frankfort MANfiAN is visiting Mrs James Tracy part of the macrnificent vestibuled at tho nrxtaselection sibject to the action of tho Frankfort in general and the Round- Trash dark or damaged through trains which passing through Democratic party Mr James A Violett of Frankfort about in particular have been sub4 50 Birmingham and the famous wills 53 50 visited the Ridge on business last ject to a severe course of roasting tobacco 6 50 Valley of Alabama is joined at Chat Common Oolory trash 5 00 week from almost- thn entire nroRS of the Medium to good colory 1 tanooga by the train from Jaok3on- Raising Btock and a crop ou iul state because our people wished to tuo 8 60 ville Florida Brunswick and Atlan 6 50 trash Y u puur retain tne state uapitai where tne same land witnouc lence is Common lugs not colory 5 OOrS 6 50 ta Georgia over the E T V Ga business There are very few stock early settlers wisely located it All Common Oolory lugs 7 50 Ry and proceeds north over the proof fences here and so several of readers of the Roundabout eve ry- - Medium to good colory 6 60 beautiful Cincinnati Southern our farmers have notified neighbors where ntrree that it held its end of 8 50 7 50 lugs natural scenery the trespasses of their cattle and the line up in good order and took Common to medium leaf 7 50rf 9 00 through the grandest historical coun- of and most attractive have received return notice of their 3 roaming in gw nuraor anu ub Medium to good loaf 11 00 try in the world to Oakdale whore 9 00 It is safe to say that own stock e 15 00 another magnificent Pullman car is 11 00 Good to fine leaf S A more time has been lost by our peo Select or wrappery recieved coming from the Richmond ple chasing stock than would build a best utterance appeared after the 15 00f 20 00 and Danville system from Charleston tobacco arouna every iarm on tne UUpilUl qUUBLlUU WUB UUlblUU U 1BW i fence S 0 through Columbia S 0 the Ridge weeks ago It spoke real lovingly of 9100 Reward 100 beautiful French Broad country and Concerning the nomination for Louisville Lexington and all the Ashville N 0 and Knoxville Ten Countv Superintendent support is worm uesiaes It was a literary gem The readers of the Roundabout nessee shaking love feast asked for this or tho other candidate a general hand The time to Chicago is made so as will be pleased to learn that because of his being a schoolteacher and picnic combined Lhero is at least one dreaded disease to afford the most convenient hours i to do with it There What has that frv flArnifnroa frnm tlio TrJnnlrinl Miss Olla B Suttles will are three times as many trustees in Pea Ridge sobool this term teach the that science has been able to cure in all cities and arrivals in Chicago AUCTUSt 2930 31 Slut 1 2 1893 the county as there are teachers and Passengers can purchase tioicetsi Catarrh Curo is the only poBitivo cure if tho Superintendent must represent A few weeks ago the Roundabout medical fratornity good over one line north of a class why not represont the larger announced a well known physician now known to the constitutional dis Â¬ and returning via another ifthe river - Competition Open to tho World Freel they deCatarrh being a one and select one of the trustees for the Legislature concerning whioh ease requires a constitutional treat sire a variable route without extra and in makingthe selection the peo- Â¬ a citizen said 1 shant vote for him inont Halls Catarrh Cure is taken charge Orthoycan go via Cincin New Track Grand Stand and Equipments ple might do worse than select the Im agin him for when he gets settled tho trustee of the Pea Ridge School Capt to business someone will get sick and internally acting directly upon the nati returning via Louisville or vice blood TWO RACES EACH DAY to go and neglect the systemand mucous surfaces offoun- versa Will Tracy He has been in office hell have Round trip tickets on sale at re- Â¬ thereby destroying the It will bo very un Â¬ dation of tho disease and giving tho duced rates Agents of Chicago line longer than any other trustee in the State business county Capt Tracy has always fortunate if people get sick because patient strength by building up tho will on request assist in looking up PPPP t Ladles and Children Admitted ho never was a physician is elected to the Legisla- Â¬ been a Democrat or nature in and to turn aside after other ture and more unfortunate that the constitutionwork assisting proprietors rooms Fair accomodation for visitors Bpoolal Trains on All tempted to tho doing its Tho Railroads transcient side issues such as Green gentleman should lose a vote because have so much faith in its curativo at ISxoursion Hates Everything that an almost perfect back Labor Prohibition Alliance or of his ability as a physician that they offer One Hundred system can devise to deserve the Tor farlker infaraition and ctUlogu tiixtu the Steniuj Pooplos party but always stood by ollars for any case that it fails to praiao and patronage of the travel Â¬ axXtS T HASBiBoar Freat the grand old Democratic party and Last fall I was taken with a kind of cure Send for list of testimonials ing public has boon provided Any Tnos Xi Maktin fleoy most needed help summer complaint supported it when it accompanied CO of the agents of the company named F J OHBBNEY July 2Mt Soon After serving his county so many with a wonderful diarrhcoa below will cheerfully give all possi- Â¬ Toledo O pay it would be an after my wifes sister who lives with years without 2 R ble information and assistance Sold by druggists 75o aot of courtesy now to give him an us was taken in the same way H Garrett New Orleans La I doea pay which can be We used almost everything without office that Hardy Vioksburg Miss J RMc Glad Tidings done by the nomination of Capt benefit Then I said lot us try Cham Â¬ Ala Gregor T Tracy of Pea Ridge berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhcoa Tho grand speoifio for tho prevail Â¬ Charlton Birmingham Tenn E D Will W Chattanooga Remedy which wo did and that ing malady of the age Dyspepsia Cozatt Junction City Ky or D G A new flag on the post offioo at cured ua right away think Frankfort would bo an improvement of it as it did for mo Iwhat itmuoh Liver Complaint Rheumatism Cos Edwards Cincinnati Ohio was OFFER for anle two lots 40 by 200 foet front is 30 tf Tho present one is so stained with recommondod to do John Hortzlor tivoness General Debility etc This ing oti WunUliiKton street and runnlnu buck to Aunt Fannys Health Restorer u ten foot alley Z smoke as to bo almost black and Bethel Berks Co Pa 25 and 50 cent groat herbal tonic stimulates tho di Â¬ Also two lots 40 by 1204feot fronting on Wap glvos tho entire building a piratical bottles for sale by J W Qayle Mastin Bros have had a very largo nlncstroet gestive organs regulates the system appearance cash balance one and to vigorous health and energies sale on their now improvod Sioklo two years with Interest und a Hen In the prop Â¬ on Samples free Largo packogos 50o Grindor Call and examine it some of tho good people of For Sale-40-- 2t A milk cow If erty 42 tf 40 R K MoOluhe Sold by Chapman Williams Frankfort would start a mission on US M TODD I I I I J U4 l - V3H rJfr V - K vV Hi I 1 Â¬ Â¬ A - IEXlflGTO v PAIR V y ABJ j J i j 4 Â¬ Â¬ Fine Building Lots Por Sale I Â¬ TKUMtt-Ono-t- lilrd Jul-10-- tf i