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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f tisl The GEO A Framfobt Botomboijt A WEEKLY PAPERS DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS LEWIS Publisher TERMS 100 In Advance NO 50 v n VOL XT GETTING EEANKFOET KT SATUEDAY AUGUST 19 1893 ANXIOUS hsatf fIt2 f Sr- THE COMMISSIONERS WANT THE CONVICTS TO GO Sunday by their fathers but the first is still with relatives in that I city Monday a lime son 01 mr Col Corhetts Successor Fred Nickles also determined to Bqard of take a trip on his own account At a meeting of the Sinking Fund Commissioners held but he was allowed to go uninter on Monday Mr G H Stone rupted and will perhaps return Circuit Clerk of Spencer county with a little more experience than was elected clerk at the Kentucky he calculated on w 1 1 tour All three of these got as far as Louisville from which point the last two were brought back jfV Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Renort TO WORK Wm Wsmzmj i -- A fe M rmnino Col Ed McGrath Â¬ Â¬ MM 1 ImSSsS YOU TO fl K ttlflfiT Â¬ l tf4- bl k I OwnLlcr MAKE MONEY PSOWTBVi PURE BIT YOU KILLED Â¬ svi M lit 7y t BV jv a A J J iys8- - Penitentiary to fill the vacancy occasioned by the resignation of Col Thos H Corbett The board also decided to open negotiations for a plant sufficient to employ about six hundred convicts in the manufacture of chairs in the penitentiary and Appointed Maj H S Hale State a committee as Treasurer to conduct the negotiations The recent plots among the con- Â¬ victs to make their escape have awakened the Commissioners to the fact that if the prisoners are not put to work soon there will be and perhaps serious trouble bloodshed at the penitentiary Closed forTravcl As the work on the abutments for the new bridge has been com- Â¬ menced in earnest the sidewalk on the lower side of the bridge has been closed for travel It was too good a loafing place for the small boys and the superintendents of construction who were Â¬ The gang serving withont pay which gathered there annoyed the force at work on the river bank below For a time Wednesday it looked like the whole structure would be closed also as the excavation for the foundation of the new abut- Â¬ ment on the south side caused the earth under the old abutment to cave in and carry down a portion of the wall with it which caused the POIiliARD VS BRECKIN Â¬ RIDGE A 50000 Damage Suit Miss Madeline Pollard on Sat- Â¬ urday filed suit against Col W C P Breckinridge Congressman from this district in the Supreme Court of the district of Columbia for 50000 damages for breach of my city authorities to stop travel until they could get false work enough under the end of the bridge to hold it up Opora House Repairs t IP 4J tlPWI W - AT 4 W f V A 3 invigorating supporting tonlo thats peculiarly adapted to their needs The number of boys of about TB its more than than that too the frying size who have taken It Sftff into their heads to start out to see J1 of womanhood In tho female the world for themselves is on the complaints of every kind period- increase beveral weeks ago one intornal inflamation and kindred ail monts If of Mr Chas F Prohles boys left cure you it ever fails to benefit or have your money back and Saturday Edwin Dryden son YOVJt of Mr John B Dryden of the Or you XV oil worn HACK ACHES noth out rctlly good for aro ing It Is Ronoral debility Try Call and Leo Gober son of Dr Ritoirwii 1110N iiirrmts It will euro you clennso your lifir and eTO E M Gober concluded to take a a good appetite Â¬ The amusement loving public will be glad to know that the Opera House is to be freshened up with a new coat of fresco and that the old drop curtain will no longer stare them in the face Scafflolding has been placed in the hall for the use of the fresco artists and an experienced scene painter has been employed to paint a new drop and touch up the old flats and wings When the season opens next month the- Tlinivk You Jeemes house will present a neat and in Mr Fas G Green formerlv of viting appearance this county who is now a success Another Delightful Excursion ful fruit farmer at Tunnel Hill in O Railroad adverThe C Hardin county has sent several samples of his crop of this year tises another of their summer to friends in this city and the excursions to Old Point Comfort Roundabout came in for two Thursday next August 24th and boxes of fine luscious peaches If the round trip rate has been The scenery the balance of his crop is up to fixed at 1300 O route to the along the C rethose sent he should certainly alize a good sum from the peaches seaboard is unsurpassed in beauty and Old Point Comfort is one of alone Our green grocers should not the most delightful ptaces in the forget an old Frankfort man when country to spend a week or two placing their orders and give Mr Tickets will be good going on all Green a trial We will wager a regular trains and good returning Stop over great deal that he will send the until September 9th best fruit on the place if he knows privileges at any point on the it is coming to this city He also return trip has a large vineyard and will The woman who works and is tired Pierces shortly be in the market with the will ilnd a special help in DrPerfeotly favorite Prescription finest varieties of grapes Every- harmless in any condition of the fe- male system It one hereabouts knew him when he natural functions promotes all the rind builds up kept the toll gate on the George- scronguions regulates ana cures For conunemenc wumuii upfjiuuuiiiu town pike nursing mowiuru ami ovory woaK run down dolicato woman it is an The plaintiff charges that she was led astray by the defendant when she was a school girl at a Cincinnati seminary and alleges that two children were born asa result of the intimacy there formed Miss Pollard was born in this city and is a daughter of the late John D Pollard who was in the saddlery and harness business here from 1859 to 18651 promise Â¬ Â¬ The commit- Why of course you do Every- Â¬ tee retired and reported the folbody does I made money last Distressing Runaway Acci Â¬ lowing resolutions which were week in buying a large lot of dent unanimously adopted white goods at a great sacriWhereas Col Thos H Corfice I will now give you Mrs Alice Trabue wife of bett our friend and former fellow the benefit of it lean Col S F J Trabue and her citizen and associate in official show you fifteen hundaughter Miss Alice were re- duty has received due recognition dred yards of Cross turning from Jetts to their home of his high merit in further pro- Barred and Striped India Linens near Hoges Station Wednesday motion in the service of his Also Lace Check Muslin that I will sell you at 10 cents that morning in a surrey and while com- government as Receiver of PublicÂ¬ Moneys for the Territory of Oklaare positively worth from ing down the hill just beyond Col homa therefore be it 20 cts to 25 cts a yard C E Hoges residence one of Resolved That we heartily him upon the successful the backing straps broke allow and 1 W0HT jnoH E issue of his appointment ing the surrey to run up on the pleashorses heels which caused it to hereby express our sincere ure in his personal qualification Have it The goods were bought take fright and run away Mrs and public gain to be sold and the prices will Trabue attempted to jump from sell them You can now That we further express our buy a good corset for 25 cts the vehicle as it was passing Col deed sorrow and regret at the and the best corset you Hoges and was thrown upon her sundering of the pleasant ties of ever saw for 50 cts daily communion and intimate Miss head and instantly killed these are facts and intercourse and feel how sorely Alice who was driving retained the noble qualities of head and must be seen to her seat and attempted to turn the heartso salient in our friend will be appreciated horse into Col Hoges lower gate be missed and mourned among us and in doing so the surrey was up- and may God bless and keep the SO GOjnE HHD LOOK set she was thrown out her scalp pure true and generous Kentucky gentlemen in his sojourn from cut and the outer table of her among those who will hold his Seeing Is Believing skull fractured dear memory green The funeral of Mrs Trabue We speed with good wishes his Must make room for my immense fall stock took place yesterday morning departure and await with wel Will jell you this week the best from the residence of her hus- coming his return to us Chambreys at 10 cts worth 15 Resolved That a copy of these band on the Versailles pike and resolutions be lorwarded to the cts a yard the remains were deposited in the press with a request for publi- 1000 yards Unbleached Drilling at 6 cts a yards cheap at 8 family vault in the cemetery in cation cts S A Norman Chmn this city A new line of Valencias Laces Mrs Trabue was formerly Miss W B Cooper Sec received they are beauties Berry of Oldham county and a Prices tell and everybody tells the Mr J 0 Boswoll one of the best prices when they buy their sister of Dr William Berry of known and most respected citizens of suffered with Browuwood Texas goods at Louisville She leaves four sons diarrhoea for a long time and tried all of whom are in business in many different remedies without ben Louisville and one daughter Miss efit until Chamberlains Colic Chole raand Diarrhoea Remedy was used Alice who was with her at the that relieved him at once For sale by J W Gayle time of the distressing accident Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MBS TRABUE K t Wi i f Â¬ j V lK Ji K - con-gr-tula- te M Â¬ Â¬ WIST m a 4 xA A3 Â¬ b v H m 41 t Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ri m 3 Â¬ Railroad Bridge Completed The contractors for the erection of a new iron bridge for the L N railroad over the Kentucky river in this city completed the work on Wednesday and the false work under the channel span has been removed The entire work was executed without the stop page of a train and the new bridge is said to be one of the strongest structures ever erected Now if the railroad company will only put down a floor in the bridge and open it for wagon travel the citizens of Bellepoint and the west end of the county will be happy house on Ann street For Sale or Rent My- dwelling tf J T Buckley NO 319 MAIN STREET NEAR STATE NATIONAL BANK tf- - Â¬ FURNITURE Iu Fine Medium aud Hoy Priced Grades Â¬ Â¬ Parlor Suits Hall Furniture Dining Room Furniture Book Oases China Closets Chairs Rockers c c We are u up to date Chamber Suits Folding Beds -- trW era fia rca Uiu V nn ra uu 2 Any Person That is troubled with constipation can get immediate and permanent relief by using Dr Halos Household Tea One dose a day at bed time 25 and 50o packages at P H Oaiipen 4 tekS drug store always iu style quality unisjt aud low prices Â¬ SPECIAL OFFERINGS mat m u - Â¬ Becoming Numerous llosolutcd on Unolo Tom At a meeting of the officials of held s ffi - AuSust 8at0 tJe 1803 in relation to the resignation ennr rv1 Thmmq H rvrlsome time chief clerk at that insti- tution Warden S A Norman was elected chairman and Rev VV B Cooper secretary The chair the following commit appointed Carpets tee to draft resolutions Capt M A Rooney J C Hardin and COU MAIN AND Â¬ i mm mm mm itasri Straw Mattings Mosquito Bars Lawn Furniture Screen Doors And Windows 1 rQ K IMS vtfV BROWER SCOTT FRAZEE W Furniture Wall Paper Draperies BROADWAY LEXINGTON KY FJK5K1 V to n i1 Vi P 2 PERSONAL Mr JaB S Darnell roturncd Mon day from Chicago Mr W A Howard returned Mon Â¬ day from Chicago Dr Arch Dixon of Hendorson was in the city on Tuesday Mrs Samuel R Smith is quite ill at her home on Shelby street Mr Logan McKee of Cincinnati is visiting relatives in this city Mr Henry Polsgrove of Bellepoint has been quite sick this week Miss Florence Barrett left Monday for a visit to the Worlds Fair Mr Ben Marshall returned yester- Â¬ day from a weeks visit to Chicago Dr V A Kaltenburn wife and son will leave this afternoon for Chicago Mr Clay H Hatchitt of Newtown Scott county was in the city Thurs- Â¬ day Mrs J S Collins and son Paul left Wednesday for a trip to the Worlds Â¬ Miss Laura Laird who haB boon visiting friends here returned homo Wednesday Mr J M Williams leavos afternoon for a visit to the For Sale on Terms to Suit the Times XiXtHiaSr luoir TutT 6Ult Worlds Fair Mr Samuel R Smith and daughter Miss Mary Ettio left yesterday morning for Chicago Misses Jennie and Stites Duvall and Mrs Sallie Greenhough loft yes Â¬ Â¬ bull lWisft1 fe- terday for a stay of several weeks in Chicago Messrs Henry Abler John Rump R O R fcS w Property of w B Brldco- ford and Henry Ahler THoft 4516ft 4U6lt 4 60ft 60ft 60ft m Peter 0 Sower and son John attend ed the Woodford Fair at Versailles Â¬ Fair Rev H G Henderson spent several days at Parks Hill Camp Meeting this week Mr Owen Furr returned the first of the week from a ten days trip to Chicago Mr William Heffner of Shreeves port Louisiana is visiting relatives in this city Miss Anna P Ledridge hns returned from a visit to Mrs Lucian Williams in Cincinnati MiBses Lucy and Ella Semones re Â¬ turned Tuesdayfrom a visitto friends in Louisville Mrs F F Conway of Owensboro is visitingjher sister Mrs Ann Morris on Second street Messrs John Gault and John Will Johnson left Monday for a visitto the Worlds Fair Mrs left Monday for a stay of several weeks in Chicago Mr S A Parrent is in LouiBville assisting in the great fire sale of Crutcher Starks Mrs L M Maus and Jdaughters of Montana are visiting the family of Dr U V Williams Mr E W Hines returned Monday from a stay of several weeks in Chi Â¬ cago and Waukesha Miss Emma Slaughter of Owens boro is the gueBt of Mrs Jake Bash ford near Farmdale Mrs S X Stevens of Washington City is visiting her cousin Mrs W H Sneed at St Elmo Messrs Joseph Schroff W 0 Lutkemeier and August Webber left Monday for Chicago Prof T M Turner left Tuesday afternoon for a visit of several weeks to relatives in Virginia Mr Samuel R Smith returned Fri- Â¬ day evening of last week from his fishing trip to Michigan Mr Garrard Rodman left Tuesday for Tennessee where he will attend School the coming session Mr ChaeJE HafT left Sunday afternoon for a visit to his parents in Clinton county New York Mre John BJLindsey and daughter Miss Cordelia left Monday for a so Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J R Proctor and son journ atPetoskylMichigan Mr Will Cromwell and wife and Miss Lou B Cromwell are spending a few days at Drennon Springs Mr R M f Aldridge and wife left Wednesday for Traverse City Michi Â¬ gan for a stay of several weeks Miss Mayme Caseldine of Talla Â¬ poosa Georgia is visiting her sister Mrs H G Heuderson in this city Mrs Webster Gazlay who has been visiting herjmother in this city has returned to her home in Louisville Rev Father W E Gorey spent several days with Rev Father Mc Ginley atJWhite Sulphur this week of Stamping Ground spent Sunday night in this city returning from a visit to Owens Miss Ceoie Lewis boro Mr Howard Jett wife and children who have been viBiting relatives here returned to their homo in Cynthiana Thursday Mrs Lizzie French and daughters Misses Susie and Clara of Sangamon county Illinoisare visiting Mr Wm Frenoh and wife Misses Ella Young and Katie Lemon of Lexington who have been visiting Miss Una Marshall left Wed Â¬ nesday for Georgetown Miss Sallie Theobald Frankforts petite actress arrived from New York Monday evening and will spend a few weeks with her mother in this city correspondent of the For rates ichednlei ileeplng ear reservations etc cill on any agent of the E T V A O Ry Uaeen A Crescent Route or Lonisrlllo Southern It U or Courier Journal in this city told Cincinnati O D O EDWAXtDS O P A his paper yesterday that J Proctor Knott would accept the nomination for Mayor of Iiilccs tlic Country this city if unanimously tendered at Indian Fork Church on Mon Through Car to Chicago via Queen and Crescent Route A letter was received in this Mayor Tobin and Ex Mayor Man day night after the third Sunday city yesterday from Col Jacob gan however decline to give in September conducted by Bro The Queen and Crescent Route Sampson runs through cars Corbett jr who savs that he and way for him Bro Catchum to Chicago via Cincinnati Why howdy his bride arrived at Guthrie Oklaand C xx D and Monon Horn We are glad to know you are still Route the He says homa a week ago living We didnt know but you had via Cincinnati and over town is one of the prettiest he Clark In this county on Wednes become discouraged by the great the Big Four Route ever saw and as his wife was then day August Kith to Squire W F financial panic and forsaken the via LouisvillePennsylvania and over the on Clark and wife a son on the lookout for a bronco fish trade We are sorry to say Lines to Chieago we will have to decline your very Ask for tickets via Top Drawer which to ride in the race for homes Queen liberal offer however glad we the agent and Crescent Route Any when the President opens up the of E T V and G LOCAL But we Louisville Southern Ky would be to serve you strip Jake thinks his Cherokee Teeth Found A set of false teeth are employed at present at fair Mid R N I B or star was certainly in the ascendant were found near Mr S E Dunlaps wages and regular hours and as Queen and Crescent Route will take pleasure in quoting you when he married a woman who residence on the awrenceburgpike OUr health wont permit our being rates and giving other information knew how to appreciate a home wnion me owner cau nuur ui uy pay- - exposed to the night air as we D G Edwards G P A Cincinnati- this notice would be if we accepted your liber and where and how to get it with- ingfor We al proposition we decline For City Marshal out the prospect of great assistMASON FRUIT JARS bid you good bye till the next ance from her husband are authorized Bi berry harvest hoping you will nsWc candidate for re to announce the B JEFFERS Casli Price a election to office of Cltjt Marsnul subject to tho uctlon of tho Democratic prosper in the fish business Meets Next Week 65c per dozen party Pints Close Observer 65c per dozen Quarts 85c per dozen Asso- 14 Gallon Baptist The Franklin 50 2t At JoHtf T Buckleys Shilohs Vitalizer is what you need ciation meets with Bethel Church JOHN DRISCOLL for Dyspepsia Torpid Liver Yellow on the Owenton pike about five Kidney Trouble It is guar Skin or Zllpah anteed to give you satisfaction miles from this city on WednesroiEais Price 76c Sold by W McKee Hardie Once more we come to the 22 Quite a day next August23d front with a few items number of the members of the crops Stop Overs on Worlds Fair Tick Â¬ Local showers keep Baptist Church of this city will go ets gteen out and the attendance from the All persons buying tickets to tho The sick are improving and Worlds Columbian Exposition via A full line of pure Anderson county whiskies other churches within the bounds wines brandies etc health generally good the popular Queen and Orescent of the Association promises to be Route will be 235 BROADWAY opposite State House The drouth still continues and jpriviliges on allallowed stop over tickets including The meetings will be large also April 15 tf idlers are plenty those limited to fifteen days at Oin- held in the open air and arrangecinnati Louisville IndianapoliB and Born to the wife of Owen ohattanoogaj wltnirl flnal limit on ments have been made to take Moore Thursday a son both going and returning trips For NASHVILLE E L care of all who may attend further information as to stop overs E Deakms and family of rates c call on or address agents J Uroppers visitea relatives in mis connecting uneB ana oc u uouce The quick and direct rout front Tlie Only Candidate D G Edwards community last weeK Generl Passenger Agent Miss Lucy Pattie being the Louisville to Arkansas and Texas Ulincinnati O Mrs Ada Moore is visiting her from this county to father near Bagdad only applicant One hundred and fifty miles pass the examination and receive Electric Bitters John Graves and family of a certificate from the State Board Bagdad were in our community This remedy is becoming so SHORTEST TO 11TTLE BOCK I well known and so popular as to of Examiners is the only person Sunday All And the only route legally qualified to run for the Miss Edna Moore visited Miss need no special mention used Electric Bitters who have Sunoffice of County School SuperinMay Roberts of Fairview WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS sing the same song of praise is therefore certain of day tendent and A purer medicine does not exist If you are going to emigrate to She will administer the election School commenced at District and it is guaranteed to do all that duties of the orifice faithfully and No 37 August 7th with Miss is claimed Electric Bitters will Sherman Dallas Fort Worth cure all diseases of the Liver and we venture the prediction that her Maggie Hoover as teacher Austin or Houston Pimples decisions in all cases coming beOur sister village Defoe is on Kidneys will removeother affec- Â¬ and This Is the the boom at present She boasts Boils Salt Rheumimpure blood fore her will be fair and just tions caused by well and three new of a public sys from buildings and others talked of to- Will drive Malaria well asthe all CHEAPEST AND BEST ROUTE Another Lindsuy Vote cure gether with a cemetery on the tem and prevent as For cure of No change of cars to Mr Henry L Martin of Wood- way Added to the many nice Malarial fevers Headache Constipation and Indiford county was nominated on residences gives it the appearance gestion try Electric Bitters En- Montgomery Mobile Memphi dis- of a fast growing country town Thursday by the Democratic and New Orleans tire satisfaction guaranteed or cts at Versailles as a Hattie and money efunded Price 50 trict convention Misses Helen For further Information address per bottle at South Side candidate for Senator from the Friscela Jones of Lagrange are and 0 P ATMOBB G P T A district composed of Jessamine visiting N B Moore and family drug store P H Carpenter 5 LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY A Series of meetings will begin Scott and Woodford counties this week Mrs John M Todd and daughter Miss Hallio B who have been visiting relatives in Bellepoint leave this morning for thoir homo in Louisville Mrs J L Price returned Monday evening from St Josephs Infirmary in Louisville where she has been for several weeks very much improved in health MisB Hannah Lynch who has been making her home with her sister Mrs Lee 0 Woodson in New Mexi- Â¬ co for several years is visiting her parents in this city Mrs Lucy Berry and daughter and Miss Gertrude Baker of Indiana who have been visiting Mrs W H Oulter left Wednesday for Chicago to Visit the Worlds Fair Mr Peter Ahler who has been to Springfield Ohio to have his eyes treated by iDr T P Bliss returned home Monday The doctor hopes to be able to restore him to perfect sight in a few months The many friends of Miss Mattie F Hewitt formerly of this city and recently principal of the Jessamine Fo male Institute at Nicholasville will regret to learn that she has been stricken with paralysis and is now in a critical condition at the home of Mr J W her brother-in-laMathews in New Castle Â¬ w 4Dicrt 4916ft 4916ft MTJBBiA Location is first class is on one of the highest points in the city It is near the river and on new electric street car line Water and gas in front of the property If ml the It For terms call on Augl9 3m TCMHGNT To Niglit Â¬ T 3SXJOJESL31jiE375r BRO BARNES IN TOWN And Will Preach Rev George O Barnes and family arrived in the city yesterday on their way from New Castle to Carrollton where he expects to Mr begin ft meeting next week Barnes in response to the solicita tion of friends has consented to preach at the court house this evening at 730 oclock Everybody is invited to come out and hear this great evangelist Â¬ Â¬ Five Dollar Reduction IN WORLDS FAIR RATES 1 BY THE IUftlnnlnp July SJrdlu addition tn the rcruhr Worlds Tatr Excursion ralei tfc Qneen Creicent will sell flrct elm excursion tkket tuod fifteen dari from data or salt for rttnrn at 500 leu than tho regular Worlds Fair rato Tliesa tickets are ood tla either Cincinnati or t1 Loulirllle going and returning same routs m 0- - If Unanimous The Quick Time Bo sure to take the QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE Through Gars to Chicago Finest Trains in the South Ex-Govern- or Â¬ Â¬ T r i Â¬ j Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Liquor Merchant Â¬ P iJ Â¬ Â¬ ViSie 1 M Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ij 5 V SWATCHES Jtowtau WATCHES WATCHESNr - k5 Vi 1 11 fc3 S v i3 f- re - K Ladles gold filled watches 8 1260 SIB to 23 to 00 A nice plated watch warranted 25 Solid 6 rears for gold watches 10 20 IMC SOMEONE HAS BLUNDERED -- A SESIjBESRT raE3 un- Â¬ This genuine Wulthnm silver filed witch screw bezzel case front and back Dust and water proof for 750 The best watch for the price Gents gold filled watches 50 to 125 1250 15 to 40 Solid gold watches 25 arES17S7 ESIlE3n 2 ed in 1847 and although it is Base Ball Probably the last game of ball of the season was played at Lake the local park on Wednesday team and the Lexingtons being the contestants In the first inning the Lexingtons made six runs on one or two hits and errors by the Frankforts which seemed to rattle our boys and the game from that time on was dull and uninterestThe score at the close was ing eleven to four against us After the game Messrs McFarlan Heffner concluded it was useless to attempt to keep up the club and disbanded the nine The local amateurs however may get together and organize a nine and play a few games before the college boys who are players have to return to school Â¬ Â¬ i S K z -- l HJ- - v m V j V IS BflS ir ifv fr5 - - - ttf protection to pedestrians in stormy some- weather and a greatful shade in There is bad management where about the St Clair street ithe summer The children of bridge and the people especially several generations have played those living on the South Side upon it while going to and from have been put to great inconven- school lovers have gazed at the We understand that reflection of the moon in the river ience engineers said be- from its walks and old bums have competent fore the contractors began to used it as a shelter under which to make an excavation for the foun- sleep off their sprees It has dation of the new abutment that been pelted with bullets in war the old one would fall down yet times and has withstood the rush no false work was put under the ing waters of many floods If its old bridge to support it in case thier timbers could but speak they could The tell of many curious things which words should prove true earth was removed the wall turn have happened upon it during the bled down on Wednesday and the long years of its existence public were stopped from crossing The Roundabout is no prophet the bridge for a time They were but on the 29th of last October then allowed to come and go the when the talk of the new bridge next day until about 2 oclock had about died out it foretold the when without any notice being passing away of the old bridge given travel was again stopped in the following lines and people on foot had to cross Old Bridget so warped and worn and weak Though dumb thy heavy burdens speak stay the river in row boats or In trembllDg age and groaning heart where they were people who had Of what thou wast and what thou art made arrangements to leave town Thy rattling chains have oft rehearsd The years lone gone when thou was first were left by their trains and counTo cross the waters In the State try people in town from the South wonder to the small and great not Side of the county could Thy creaking planks speak of the fears The hopes the sighs tho Joys the tears hours after get home for some Which unto thee all aues gave they wished to Now if there is In trust from childhood to the grave be no system about the stopto And when the pattering rain came down Or snow was whltnlng all thy crown page of travel no timely notice Or winters whistling wind blew strong Friends sought thee for thy sheltrlng song to be given and the contractors But now romantic Link of Time are to be allowed td do as they Thourt at the point where the sublime two please about the matter Becomes redlculous to speak Of things both modern and antique months before they expect to have Thy loving friends have long since gone any portion of the iron for the new And with thy added burdens on bridge on the ground a ferry The Car of Progress rings its bell For thee Old Bridget it Is thy knell might as well be established at once A Great Benefactor it is the We have heard that Educators are certainly the intention of the city authorities greatest benefactors of the rnoo and Miles to establish a pontoon bridge aftor reading Dr Franklin help de popular works wo cannot when the old bridge becomes imclaring him to bo among the most au passable and if they have any entertaining and educating of not New York Daily He is thors such intention an act of Congress a stranger to our renders ns his ad vertisements appear in will be necessary to empower in every issue calling our columnto attention them to do so as the United the fact that this ologint work on Nervous and Heart Disease is dis States authorities will not allow tributed free by our enterprising druggist J Trial bottle such a bridge to be constructed in of Dr Miles W Gayle are given away Nervtno the river without an act is passed also a book of testimonials showing mac id is unequaiJou lor nervous and the matter should be looked prostration headache poor memory dizziness sleeplessness neuralgia after at once Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ sightly and out of date it will be And the Citizens are Put to sadly missed for its roof is a great Unnecessary Inconvenience Summer Goods MUST STRHXflZ GrO HHTS i j-- At almost your own price Â¬ All Along the Line Is hoard praise of Dr Hales House hold Ointment Mrs I 8 Jacobs of Farmington Maine writes that she suffered five years with varicose veins and two running sores on her leg and was completely enred by its use D S Pillery Salisbury Vt We cannot live without it writes it relieves my sister of asthma at once it cures a burn or a hart of any kind almost instantly Under date of May 30 1892 R H Simpson Lo Roy N Y writes I UBed Halos Ointment for rheumatism three years ago and have not been troubled since It is the finest ointment in the world for general use 25c and 60o per box For sale by P H Oab- HNTER Ladies Kid Oxfords - now 50c t S Ladies Tan Cold Oxfords 75c 1 Â¬ A lot of Ladies 8350 Oxfords now 2 a Â¬ 4 THE LAKE ROUTE TO THE WORLDS PAII VIA PICTURESQUE MACKINAC Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Avoid tho heat and dust by traveling the Detroit te Cleveland Steam Navigation Company Two now Bteei passenger steamers have just been built for this Upper Lake roulo costing 300000 each and are guaranteed to bo the grandest largest safest and fastest steamers on tho Lakes speed 20 miles per hour running time between j Cleveland lolcuo and Chicago less than CO hours Four tripa per week between Toledo Detroit Alpena Mackinac Potos koy and Chicago Dally trips between Detroit and Cleveland during July and August double dally service will bo main tained giving a daylight ride across Lake Erie Daily service between Cleveland y and Flrst clas3 stateroom accommodations aud menu and exceedingly low Round Trip Rates Tho pala tial equipment tho luxury of tho appoint Â¬ ments makes traveling on these steamers tnorougmy enjoyable bena tor illus Â¬ trated pamphlet Address A A Schantz Cleveland Steam Nav Q P A Detroit Co Detroit Mich on tho Floating Palaces of Â¬ Put-In-Ba- Lower Pies On fill low Cut Shoes ttU f J a Â¬ Â¬ hysteria fits epilepsy 2 Bucklons Arnica Salve Tho 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 roquired It is guaranteed to give satisfaction or money refunded Price 25 cents per box For sale by liiilll ill x r Tho Old Bridge The undermining and fall of a portion of the south abutment of the St Clair street bridge on Wednesday brings to mind the fact that on the 26th of De- cemDer 1035 tne middle span of a bridge which stood where fell the present one stands and carried down with it two wag ons and teams the drivers and several foot passengers Two negro men were killed but the others escaped The bridge was aer one and had only been com plttvd but a short time The present structure was erect- Mrs A Bettor Location Elizabeth Walcutt of this olty finding her house on the North Side in Chicago inconvenient for visitors to the Fair has rented No 4225 Lake Avenue whioh is two blocks from the Lake and only a half mile from tho Fair Grounds The location is a lovely one the house sits off by itself and plenty of fresh air can be obtain She will furnish lodging and two meals breakfast and late dinner for 150 per day If you wish to sooure rooms address her at 4225 Lake Avenue Chicago M Phil Carpenter 8 lv vr itxi Dr Halos Household Ointment It absolutely cures catarrh FJBb JMiAI AJO i M Is the finest remedy in the world It cures Neuralgia and Rheumatism Cures 1 Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum in tho most soothing manner Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids OuroB Coughs and Colds Can be Sholbyvlllo Mail Wagon taken internally A positive speoiflo for pneumonia Outs Bruises Burns All orders for the Shelbyvlllo mail Chilblains Sores of long standing wagon to oall for passengers pack Â¬ VV4MO artrl Rtinlrtvia Ct U sitAr1 milnlrlifi SMMVAU ana WUIUU UtUBktjr c ages should bo loft at Le different from all else superior to all Oompte Gaylos drug store South else it has no equal 25 and 50o boxes Large sizo cheapest Sold at Carpen Â¬ Side R P Thompson 49 2t 8 ters drug store 1 rfA VJ ja M 5 fra si July 80 ly v Jk tmtfkMiim m 5v i 5 - r 4 PUSHING On TIIT3 AVORK -- MANKMBT ROUNDABOUT Entered nt the post ofllco nt Frankfort Kentucky us socoikI cIiibs mailable mutter the Electric Railway rW7 Found not latoly but 35 yeara ago Gomolblng GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT AUGUST fo 1898 TRIED TO CATCH A 31UNA- AY And Broke n Small Bono In His Ankle fr il Saturday afternoon the delivery wagon of the porter at the Capital Hotel was left standing in tfe street in South Frankfort while the driver went into a house with a trunk and the horse attached to the vehicle concluded to go to the stable and started off at a lively rate He ran down Second street to Bridge and as he was going into the bridge Mr George Brow der the substitute postman attempted to catch him and in doing so broke or bent one of the small bones in his left foot and has since been confined to the house Officers Hyde and Smith happened to be on the bridge and succeeded in capturing the horse before any damage was done although it came near running into a buggy containing Mrs Virginia Duvall and her daughter who were crossing the bridge just ahea of him Â¬ Ground was broken Tuesday morning on the lot donated by Mr James A Murray on Wilkinson street for the power house of the electric railway and a large force of hands has been employed to push the wprk to an early comThe force of conpletion struction at work on the railroad are going right along laying the rails and have the iron down from the Midland freight depot to the intersection of High and Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ permanently cures in tho Catarrh Doctor Head Its Bilges Catarrh that perfectly and W McKEE HARDSE DRU G IST f Mero cures Tho worst chronio cases yield to its mild sooth ing cleansing and healing properties So if yours wont Tho makers of this Remedy Bay it will And they mako you this offer ii thoy cant euro your Catarrh no matter how bad your case theyll pay you 500 in cash and ihoy mean it Hero aro some of tho symptoms of Catarrh Headacho obstruction of noso discharges falling into throat sometimes profuse watery and acrid at others thick tena cious mucous bloody putrid and offonsivo eyes weak ringing in cars deafness offon Â¬ sivo breath smell and taste impaired and general debility You wont havo all at once probably only a few of them But you wont havo any of them if youll take Dr Sagos Remedy 5 olso fails whero everything Romody and that HALLS OLD STAND FRANKFORT KY We keep a full line of DRUGS AND Nl 1 PATENT MEDICINES C And cordially ask our friends to giveus a call Â¬ W McKEE HARDIE Jan21 ly L GriYLE sWl Loss of Memory Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Fever Breeding Spot The sewer which empties into the river at the west end of Broadway should be extended so that its mouth will be below the water line At the present time it is a breeder of pestilence and there are about a dozen cases of fever in the immediate neighborhood The stench arising from it at times is something terrible There is one severe case of fever and two light ones at the residence of Mr Robt Choate two at Mr Wirams Nick Steffee has had it and a little son of Mr Abe Gum is also ill with it besides others whose names we did not learn all of whom reside within a block or less of the mouth of the sewer Â¬ Caught Under tlie Wheel Thos Bromley a youth about was driving a 15 years of age wagon loaded with brick along Broadway Wednesday morning when one of the front wheels of the wagon came off Bromley was thrown from his seat to the ground and fell in such a way that he was caught under the fallen wheel and held down by the point of the axle resting upon it He was released by persons who saw the accident and taken to his home and a physician was called when an examination revealed the fact that he was no seriously injured Â¬ Ninth Reunion The Veteran Soldiers Association of which organization Gen D W Lindsey of this city is the president will hold its ninth annual reunion at Ashland on the 30th and 31st of August and Reduced rates September 1st O railwill be given by the C road so that all the old members of the 22d Kentucky Volunteer Infantry who reside in this section can attend at a small cost Â¬ Â¬ m For removing Stumps and Hocks tfor yuarry uion and Well diggers My unknown friend howterm Safe caBlly handled and cheap For full Information and prlco address We find the following in the ever proved to be no other GRIFFITH SBMPLB LOUISVILLE KY Samuel Moore of Louisville Times of Wednesday than Mr in regard to a tormer Frankfort Huntsville Alabama the owner of famous Lily Flag and you Mar 18 ly lady may be sure he holds the keys of Mrs J W Graham wife of the Jerseyuom Upon condition that Superintendent of the Adams Ex- we we my be very quiet press Company is suffering from niece and I were admitted at six She oclock the enchanted hour for a most distressing malady can remember absolutely nothing milking There are three milking Though her mind seems perfectly times every day clear and she talks sensibly the Exile Lulu has the prettiest Have past is a blank head and face in the group Graham was Whether or not she knows it I June 4th Mrs ON MAIN STEET TO injured in a tunaway She was cannot say but she turned her severely injured but her physical lovely eyes full upon us as we leaving entered ailments were dispelled passing behind her She says now Every one of them looks as if she her mind a blank BHSEmEnt nf the Capital Hotel however that she feels she is re- could write poetry and if we BSTThey will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a covering and before long all the believed in transmigration we short time recollections of the past will re- - might recognize our favorite poets urn of the past by scanning the soulMrs Graham is the sister in law ful faces of these high bred beauties of Mr C Gran Graham of the of the stable Bon Bessie leads all in the Adams Express offic iri this city present contest but Little made the largest has Goldie How Wo Grow Old One week weekly record known and the binds us to life Is most she made a great effort The thread that HEAD for Hardware stand frequently severed ere the meridian of Hie Is result was thirty four pounds and reached in the case of persons wno neglect eight ounces of prize butter an on LAWN MOWERS obvious means to renew falling streiuth Vigor no lessl the source ot happiness than Lily Flag who for good reasons the condition of long lite can be created und is not in the present contest holds Thou perpituated where It does not exist gold cup for the best years sands who have experience or aie cognizant the lnc iidliu many physicians of eirhience of work of any cow in the world tlie eftect4 of Hostetters Stomach Bitters bear testimony to ltt wondrous ellleacy ar a During that period she gave 1375 creator of strength in feetile constitutions and gallons of milk which yielded sternly debilitated and shattered sbteins Xxicla performance of the bodily functions renewed 1047 pounds and one half ounce appetite flesh and nightly repse attend the use of mis thorough and standard renovnnc of butter Besides she was dry Use no loc il tonic repr sented to be akin to or Demand one month and had a calf that resemble it tn effects In ts place the tho genuine which Is uu acknowledged year ending June I 1892 Her remedy for Indigestion malaria neivoubiiess constipation liver and kidney complaints and proud master gave a great receprheumatisms tion in honor of the event and Lily Flag Lily with her calf wore a light fawn colored costume and reThe famous Jersey cow was ceived her admiring friends upon She holds the lawn with all the grace of a raised in Frankfort the gold cup at the Worlds Fair Southern be le Lily Flag belonged to the late as the finest buttermaking cow in Hon W J Chinn who imported the world We clip from the Union Signal her when a calf ft om the Island of Chicago the following notice of Jersey She is of the famous her by a lady who visits the cows Signal stock was raised on the competing for prizes at the green hills and meadows about Frankfort and sold for a large sum Worlds Fair To the gentleman who so kindly to her present owner some years explained the mysteries of the ago A little more than a year cream separator I confided my ago to the reception given in her desire to see cows competing for honor by the citizens of Tuscum prizes invited The FOR PRESERVING FRUIT These royal animals will not be bia Mr Chinn was of invitation were very accessible to visitors until the first cards of September They are now in handsome At the top they were retirement engaged in a ninety ornamented with a red flag and a days contest of butter making white lily across it while on the The competitors are twenty five lower part of another page was a Guernsey cows twenty five Jerseys and the same number of picture of this beautiful jersey Shorthorns At the end of sixty queen Lily Flag Another Frankdays the Jtrseys are well in the fort cow raised by Mr Chinn and Great caie is taken to pro- sold from his jersey herd to a lead tect them from disturbance of Kentuckian is now a contestant everv sort Even the attendants speak softly in the stables and for another prize at the Worlds strange voices are not tolerated at Fair for the best milk cow in the all There was great agitation world among the keepers at any rate sa tt Piano Lessons when the members of the Editorial Congress visited the barns and it MIbb Maria Llndsey will resume her was decided to rigidly exclude class in piano forte playing in Sep 48 4tfc visitors during the rest of the test tember Â¬ vmrinrwm JACOB SWIGERT Ill A CO Removed From the Batzell Building 101 AND 102 ANN STHEBT Â¬ Â¬ Lawn Mowers at the I Friends I Lead The Market 4 A 2 OSJkGIFXOILT e 400 450 500 Â¬ Â¬ 323 TQjTDTTjlZr JStxeet tlAbb Afi 1 1 Led ENAMELED KETTLES GRANITE KETTLES TINKETTTLES Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Masons Fruit Jars Plain Glass Fruit Jars Stone Fruit Jars and Tin Cans For Preserving ii EL POWEB and TTJZESJc Bottom Prices OSrifcT Â¬ IJeg Broken Mr Thomas Jones a well known carpenter of this city was en gaged in shingling a hen house for his son on the old Fincel place near this city on Friday and in removing a scaffold from the roof lost his footing and fell to the ground alighting on some LOOK HERE X3ZAuE3STES3 DRPRICES The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder Have you seen the new and complete stock of BTJGC3 IBS stone breaking the bone of the left thigh and bruising his hip very severely He received medical attention and is now resting easy femBaking USJPowder G OODS and If not call and examiDenew satisfy yourselvea everything is and at Rock that No Ammonia No Alum Used in Millibnstof tHomes April 40 Years the Standard in 232 STiKEET 5 JWKV I II P SB--- - Bfw - TTT HI km I V JjD j He J W in h HI 13aoirmarl al IS il m Ti hi w n 1 a h And people are taking advantage of the BARGAINS that are being offered by IKsN W L COPPERSMITH THE JE WELER They must go to make room for the arrival of the new incumbent Mr Watch and his accessories - U8L FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT AUGUST 19 Is iii the1 Itace Â¬ louisviIjIb tobacco mar 1808 r v fffiSV Good Guessing At the picnic given by the Knights of Pythias last week a prize of a round trip ticket to the Worlds Fair was offered to the party guessing the number of persons in attendance at the picnic a count of the tickets taken in at the gate to be taken as The tickets the number present on Monday which re wore counted dulted in 999 being ascertained as the total number of persons on the grounds during the day and evening The box into which the slips upon which the guesses wore made had been dropped was then opened and the first slip taken out was that deposited by Mr Alex Schneider on which he had recorded the correct number 999 A further examination showed that Miss Mary Holton of the Forks of Elkhorn had also guessed the same number and that the two would have to draw lots for Guesses were made all the way from 371 by O J Lunday of Lexing- Â¬ ton to 999998765 by Mr George CSXv mifit K 7 t Judge Thomas H Mines has announced his intention of making the race for Representative from this county in the next Legislature and the candidates now seeking the nomination of the Democratic party are Hon L J Cox Judge Hines and Mr A C Parker The matter will praba bly be decided by a primary elecÂ¬ ket Â¬ W I 1 FURNISHED BY GLOVER Si DURRETT LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE OF CINCINN AT KELLEY WW CROMWELL ATTORN IO will the EY-AT-LA- W beat Â¬ tion m ElSi- Assigned at Paris Mr Dan Roche who has been doing- a prosperous business in the grocery line at Paris made an assignment on Monday His liabilities are 12000 and assets Mr Roches wife was 15000 formerly Miss Mollie Parker of - 8ft I S v k m- - Sales on our market for the week HQTBXi just closed amount to 1922 hhds with receipts tor cna same period 01 IN LEXINGTON KY hhds Sales on opr market since Jan- Â¬ uary 1st amount to 89019 hhds Sales Saturday September 2 1893 ofthecropof 1892 on our market to Saturday September 23 1893 this date amount to 91842 hhds The market this week has not un- Â¬ Saturday October 14 1893 dergone any material change in prices for burloy sorts Irregularity HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without surglcn may bo said to be the chief charac- Â¬ operation iu d with little or no pain teristic prices vary materially from REEERENCES day to day W MoKee Hurdle Frankfort Ky Good rains have prevailed in many A Scott Frankfoit Ky parts of the State during this week J E M Gober Frankfort Ky Dr and the condition of the growing J T Staten Frankfort Ky crop is considerably better than it V Borberlch Frankfort Kj Ky Rev L P Uulett Benson was ten days ago A H JlcClure Frankfort Ky Frankfort The following quotations fairly rep- Â¬ V J nughes Benson Ky Ky David resent our market for new burley to- - Jus M Moore Wlthrow Frankfort Ky bacco 1892 crop DR KELLEYS office nnd residence Is at 269 Trash dark or damaged 4 25 West Eighth streetClnclnnutl and where he may 3 50 tobacco he found every day of each week except 6 00 DAYS Pamphlets describing these SATUR Common Colory trash 4 50 diseases and the mode of treatment sent free to any one Medium to cood colory PHOBNTS -- KJBAXr JESTATJB PRACTICE AGENT lu IN THX COURTS OT Franklin and tht adjoining countle m4 will alio giro special attention to the Durehaia and tale of real estate collection or rrnta -- lain and the wtottatioB or loan 1miSklv -- T-risiE a rL M te3e- - SVIQNON ROUTE The Direct and Popular Line to CHICAGO And all Points NORTH and WEST J VH Â¬ 3S W a e- - US ns f - a W the ticket 1 Donaldson of this city Dont Cut Down the Elms Rft We are told that a gentleman in New Jersey had several large elm ahade trees which were to all ap Â¬ a A - v we--It- l A - Farmers are threshing wheat Crops are damaged very much by dry weather Mr Ezra Sheets left last Monday for Pewee Valley to assist his uncle in his grape harvest Mr J H Sheets threshed out the boss wheat crop in our community but the number of bushels Franklins Entries at Lexington per acre is yet unknown Messrs G L Mitchell and The following Franklin county Charlie Goins have opened up horses have been entered in the trot their new meat store near Bark ing races at the Lexington Fair Branch where thev will furnish which begins on Tuesday week the their friends with the best of 29th inst beef First Day 235 olass Belair Stock Mr Herb Garvie of Cedar Farm Ohristabel oh m by Onward Grove looked very sad last SunFourth Day novelty race Jas F day since Mr Sanders has gained Dailey Donald MoKay gr g by the day Cheer up Herb and Alegro 223 class Bowen Holton read the seventh chapter and May Morgan b m by Onward eighth verse of St Mathew Fifth Day 220 Paoing Bowen Church of The Christian Holton Odolla b f by Onward Bridgeport has made a wonderful Boxes success of her series of meetings Now Arlawn adding to her number 53 young A new fire alarm box to be converts Newsboy numbered 36 has been put up on the extension of Wilkinson street We desire to say to our citizens near Congleton Bros saw mill that for years we have been selling and another to be numbered 18 Dr Kings New Discovery lo has been placed at the east end of Consumption Dr Kings New Life Pills Bucklens Arnica Salve Cross street near Dunigan tnd Electric Bitters and have NicoPs saw mill never handled remedies that sell m as well or that have given such Lutheran Services We do not universal satisfaction Rev Paul Schenke will conduct hesitate to guarantee them every his usual monthly services in the time and we stand ready to reif satisGerman language at the Southern fund the purchase price factory results do not follow their Presbyterian Church op Monday use These remedies have won evening next at 8 tfcjpck yAil their great popularity purely on the Germans of the city are in- - their merits For sale by 1 P H Carpenter Druggist vited to attend Â¬ pearances killed by insects similar to those which have been destroying the elms in this section for the past He had not the heart to two years cut them down and left them alone for two years when they began to bud and put forth leaves again and are now in apparently healthy con-Â¬ The theory is that the bugs dition get under the bark and subsist on the sap until it is all gone and then die The vitality of the tree is preserved in the trunk and after one or two seasons regains its lost vigor and be Â¬ gins to leaf out again The matter is worth investigating by those who have valuable shade trees which have been attacked by the bugs and have lost their foliage Common lues not colory CONSULTATION FREE 50 this city Common Colory lues Medium to good colory Vestibuled Trains 7 50 8 50 lugs Strong Witnesses 7 50 9 00 Common to medium leaf Dining Car Services 11 00 9 00 Among the thousands of testimoni- Â¬ Medium to good leaf 11 00 15 00 PREPARED DY THE Good to fine leaf als of cures by Dr Miles New Heart Palace Chair Cars Cure is that of Nathan Allison a Select or wrappery 15 00 20 00 Kentucky YeterinaryMeflicine Co tobacco well known citizen of Glen Rook Pullman Buffet Sleepers Pa who for years had shortness of MT STERLING KY The success of Mrs M Beam of Itroath sleeplessness pain in left side McKeesport Pennsylvania in the And Only First Classs Accommodations slioulders smothering spellB etc For Further Information Address ono bottle of Dr Miles New Heart treatment of diarrhoea in her chil- Â¬ KEHTOCKYWVETEBIHARY lira rmrl nnfi hox of Nerve and Liver dren will undoubtedly be of interest Peter Jaquet to many mothers She says I spent IIIh cured him in ft Ar BrtfSK S L Bryant 0 P A W H Crush D Pi L Snm N J is another witness who several weeksthe Johnstown Pennsyl Â¬Â¬ great flood on acyears sunerea witn nearc vania after Disriuse was pronounced incurable count of my husband being employ- Â¬ tJ LOUISVILLE KY by physicians death stared him in ed there We had several children face could not lie down for fear with us two of whom took the OR- of smothering to doath Immediately diarrhoea very badly I got some of ft r nr using the New Cure he felt bet Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Jns Barker G P A Chicago III gjjTroiMAHK tur and could lie down and sleep all Diarrhoea Remedy from Rev Mr a It cured both of theuil ANTIOSTINE for Splints Curbs Spavins Ac nilu aridis is nowalso well man The Chapman several N w Cure a free book by I know of sold other cases where Colic Rviiivdr Remedy for 1neumonln In 2 I think it llueuzu DUttini er etc Reel uml null Oint 3 W Gavle it was equally successful Ointment he Utlons cannot ho excelled and cheerfully ment - Mils triiiKfckln Lotion Wart Rtiifdy 1hyslBalls Benson 25 and 50 cent boc recommend it Wonn Povdtrti stlinuliUlnj Liniment Iter Saortest ana quickest Between Ine Tonic ltijlne native VouiulDrsliiK tles for sale by J W Gayle Mineral trash 6 00 4 50 6 005 00 by addressing 00 W I KELLEY M D 25 W Eight St Cincinnati 0 Veterinary Remedies - ZW tM M I m i iffl F tw--nt- HJ- - Wl -- a Â¬ Kentucky Midland Ey AND 1 m t Coutfh Worlds Fair Rates Tonic and Jllxtute u million iterative Powder 1luhi CINCINNATI FRANKFORT m Â¬ August 21st iVlcKee At the meeting of the Central Traf fie Association held in Chicago DRUlUilST li HALLS Frankfort T CLAIR STREEJ Ca dorgetovn and Paris OLD STAMi August 10th a resolution was adopt- Â¬ ed abolishing the low rate fifteen day Pal- lisle ItajiTilhi Cynthiana Sole Agent For Frankfort Ky ticket In conformity with this reso- Â¬ Feb 18 6in lution the Chicago and Ohio River mouth and Covington lines have notified the southern lines that they would not accept this low KiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiB MIDLAND ASK FOR TICKETS VU KY rate ticket after August 21st This will put the Worlds Fair rates back I I TRIIIIiilOyYCEITkTIIIIDllTlME to the original basis at which they were started and those who wish to avail themselves of the fifteen day 1 SEWING MACHINE TIME TABLE MAY 27 18V3 ticket at the present low rate will Hiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiswimiiiitiiiiiuiiiiiis have to buy their tickets before A M P H P M Only direct ltne between W Hardie i ROYAL rktislfe M I WARRANTED i TBAINS E AST Lv Lv Lv Lv No A 1 No 3 I No 7 1245 1255 -- 5 YEARS w Â¬ tftOOTJ i -- VlfllFICs imdmmttfi Ems 5LlT8STli ggoi ffii Lvstnmplng Ground Lv Duvall Lv Jonnxon IiV buinmlt Elkhorn iwltzer Fmnkfort 700 7116 34I 34G r ti 711 721 718 7ati 742 749 758 818 810 8 20 I 362 400 411 4ib 4M 4 31 xLJAg 1 fM Lv Lv Lv gWfTwT Fftii ContrevUo Ellzubeth Ar Paris TRAINS WEST Lv Paris Ar Elizabeth Ar Centervllle Ar Newtown r U S Depot Biiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiit iv Georgetown C Depot Newtown B 0 I 830 A M P M No 2 INo 4 410 502 510 515 525 I 110 125 145 155 205 220 245 305 a20 390 345 I A A rfiTii Tiifttifti1iiilirl No8Nol2 545 527 453 443 425 i M I P M J C 0 15 Annirrooablo Laxative nnd NERVE TONIC Sold by DrugfffBtaor Bent by mall 25c 60o and SlOO pcr packngo Samples freo UTfc VTA The Favorlto TOOTS TOWItt Soc 915 920 02S 1010 1017 1023 660 COO 60 xw For sale by Jan 28 IV k3 HJ for the Teeth and Breath W McKee Hartlic HALLS OLD STAND S g g PARIS GLASSICAL INSTITUTE OFFERS the Full College Course with ex Location atcellent Preparatory Department tractive healthful nndai cessthle Genulno homo comforts Accommodations ilrst cluss In every particular Catilouej sont on application MRS II W RERRY Paris Ky JuM5 7t highest advantages for culturo and Â¬ g 5 g E 5 Arm Hsaaaree High Needle Haa a 8eli sottinir Has a Self threading Shuttle Has No Equal in Construction Hm a Mechanical Apnearanoe Has an Elegant Finish Has a Perfect Adjustment Has a Positive Take up Has Stylish Furniture B ArGcorRfitown Ar Johnson Ar Duvall Ar Stamping Ground 949 612 680 635 r Swttzer Ar Elkliorn Vr Summit Kt A B O 1030 1042 1049 1056 1105 648 655 7 08 64 749 803 a62 905 915 925 a 12 K32 Frankfort 715 721 A 73Q N connects with L 0 and L S connects with Q connects with K 0 fiitAxtyix tfV it -- a larger Rango of General Work a Effective Mny 27th and 5 does any I than Sowing Machine In the World g following Sunday jschtduleduringbethe summer the In ctlect will A 1 Â¬ I a s Examlna THE ROYAL fbroolntssf excellence and you will buy no outer I SUNDAY TRAINS Â¬ ROYALS M CO Rokfor III Â¬ BiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiciiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimniiiiiiiiiiM W J CHIP JR Job work neatly exe OfÂ¬ Will practicr tn all State Courts fice second fit or Custim House cuted at this office tones Frankfort 745 n m No Georgetown 840 arrives at Paris 915 a m Georgetown 450 1 leaves Frankfort 310 p m arrives at Paris 525 p m Wkht No 6 leaves Paris 930 it in George town lrOo arrives Frankfort 1105 a in No 4 p in Georgetown 630 arrives leaves Paris at Frankfort 780 p m The Kentucky Midland Railway and connec Â¬ tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all points north south east und west Â¬ For further Information apply to their ouents B B WEITZEL 0 D BERCAW City Ticket Agent Gen Pass Agt GEO B HARPER Gen Bupt East No 5 I M l 50 i- nJ - J- - fv to o J RELIGIOUS Methodist Ohuroh Refrigerators Gasoline Stoves Screen Cloth Coal Oil Stoves Fly Traps Fly Fans Lower than any other house in the city can sell them Call and see and get prices No trouble to show goods T9P- FSP JX JLi Jb5 3c JB T C vc mmmmmxmsa Fruit Cans Water Coolers Ice Cream Freezers Mason Jars TV TV- 3 -- I fl T Illl 1 HIIMIIMIIIWI MllMMMMIIBllMIIBI day evening in his sermon at the HpnderBon will preach to morrow Good Shepherd Mission on South McOreardy goes Broadway Rev morning at 11 oclock No Bervice with the best wishes and warmest affection of his parishioners who are at night more than reluctant to have him go Sunday school meets at 930 a m May his success in the good cause be as good in his new field as it has in Baptist Church Rev W 0 Tay- Â¬ this lor the pastor will occupy hiB pulpit Mr McOreardy take formal charge to morrow morning No service at of the Ascension Church here until night about the first of October and will Sunday school at 930 a m in the probably spend the next few weeks chapel at a summer resort Rov H G good bye to his people here to whom he is so thoroughly endeared on Sun- Â¬ Social Events L B MARSHALL W A GAINES Rev Dr William Irvine of Anchor TTrcvnv - TmntcKRnnnKER At the ago Ky will ocoupy the puipitat residence of the brides parents in 11 oclock Union services at 8 fViln nifv TnASfifiv Aiicrnnr S 1H93 fit 3 p m W Bowen Henry of Hia- oclock watna lianas ana miss Xiuia juugk O First Presbyterian Church erbocker of this city Rev L urgorson omciaung Rev W B Cooper will occupy the f J R Henry of this city acted as pulpit to morrow morning at 11 groomsman and Miss Efilo Pattie of Hiawatha as bridesmaid No service at night oclock The wedding was a very quiet affair none but immediate relatives Episcopal Church Rev W H being present Immediately after Hampton of Ironton Ohio will oc- Â¬ the ceremony an elegant luncheon cupy the pulpit at Ascensiou Church was served and at 455 oclock the departed for Hiawatha happy to morrow morning at 11 oclock No where couplewill immediately begin they evening service housekeeper Minn Kninlrflrhnnkflr in Â¬ Southern Presbyterian Ohuboh Matrimonial Miss Una Marshall entertained a number of her young friends at the residence of her parents corner of Logan and Campbell streets Tuesday evening in honor of her guests Misses Katie Lemon and Ella Young of Lexington Danoing and social games were indulged in until the Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a noon of night Real estate bought sold or leased share of the insurance patronage A delightful dance was given at line of both city and country property for sale at all times Thorn Hill Park Thursday evening A good by the young gentlemen of the city MAIN STEEET OFFICE in honor of the Misses Walbeck of who are the guests of Mrs Louisville Jas A Murray at Glen Willis There were quite a large number of young people present who enjoyed them ACRES WELL Im- Â¬ FARM A OF THBEE ROOMS selves to the fullest extent until near IX FRAME hrCOTTAGE nn Hhnrt Htrppf South A GARDEN located OF 12ftgood turnpike road 8 on a proved int en iui toot small 2 oolock in the morning The music Side To a desirable party with a on easyumouijt miles from Frankfort weekly of cash could arrange to sell was furnished by the Capital City payments Orchestra FOR L B MARSHALL CO Real Estate and Insurance Ags 236 if4 M ei 13 a m sC Jf V Vi FOR SALE1 Forks of Elkhorn FOR SALE1 SALE asa 1 p M says High mass at 8 a m low mass Nebraska Journal The groom and groomsman are the at 10 a m and vespers at 300 p m sons of Mr Alex O Henry of this ago Christian Church Regular ser-Â¬ city who left here several years and vices at 11 a m by the pastor No to seek their fortunes in the west the above notice would indicate that service at night they are doing well Bowens friends State Convention The fifty third here send congratulations aupon his partner unnual convention of the Kentucky good fortune in securing for life Christian Missionary Society Will as- Â¬ Corbett - Smith Col Jacob Cor semble with the Christian Church in this city on Monday next and will bett formerly of this oity and Mrs Emma Smith of Cairo Illinois were continue in session three days married last week at the home of the bride After a visit to the Worlds The protracted meeting which has Fair they will reside in Guthrie been in progress at the Bridgeport Oklahoma Territory Christian Church for several weeks The Advertised Tjetters at Frankfort closed Wednesday evening Kentucky meeting resulted in sixty two addi- Â¬ tions to the church Below will bo found a list of adver Â¬ com tised letters for the week ending A protracted meeting will be menced at South Benson Baptist August 19 1893 Church to morrow night and will be Brawning F P Smith Arthur Laetitia Scherer Conrad conducted by Rov V C Taylor of Brown Mary Sullway F L Bard this city All are invited to attend Brown Wm Smith Louisa Strings Onie B Butcher W M Smith Louisa Rev Paul Schonke of Lexington Chiles W T Smith Wra H will preach at the Southern Presby Â¬ Davis John W Tut Jennie Darlin Robt terian Ohuroh on Monday evening Conwary Susie Thompson Honry at 8 oclock All the Germans of the Graves Porter Triplett W M Staicas O Huggins E 2i city are invited to attend Greenwood Fe- McMakin Law- male Seminary rence The union services will be held at Nelson Mrs HC Chamberlain In to morrow evening at the Southern Procter J D vestment Co Presbyterian Church Rev H G Palsoraw Sanford Henderson will deliver the discourse Payne Mrs S J When calling for these letters say The Feast of the Assumption was advertised J M Sapfell P M celebrated at the Church of the Put Money in TJy Twme Good Shepherd on Tuesday Rev Father Gorey was assisted in the How services by Rev Father McGinloy of keep on Save de4orn WJta Always hand a bottle of thai flueet White Sulphur of remedies Br Hals HmmImU Oougk Cre t alley the feu drxlfca Rov W H Hampton will preach at tion earned byaM Deattfcink Moores Sohool House in this county you ean fix upsoaetkiag jaotas mod when for w 60ey oashava to morrow afternoon and will admin Â¬ tbo result 26e yiawsW yrawMn amd ef ister the ordinance of baptism experience aanMBe ia wtArU frkia preparation afciiehMaelyfhi tftat 4 The Lexington Press of Wednesday sale by P M Qxanmrm the oldeBt Catholic Church The usual daughter of Mr and Mrs L Knickerservices at the Church of the Good bocker who recently moved to this is Mr city from Hiawatha Shepherd co morrow will be con- an energetic young businessHenry of man ducted by Rev Father W E Gorey Hiawatha and is a brother of J R Henry of the Journal Falls City the pastor Â¬ Mr Thomas Batte editor of the Graphic Texarkana Arkansas has found what he believes to be the best remedy in existence for flux Hisex- SALE THE CHESS WARREN well WE OFFER FOR consist- Â¬ Serience is Last worth remembering ing ofproperty at the Forks of Elkhorn of eight summer I had a very a two Btory frame residence cottage of six rooms and severe attack of flux I tried almost rooms a Irame lots This property is cen- Â¬ every known remedy none giving several vacant is very desirable for either resitrally located and relief Chamberlains Colio CholeraÂ¬ dence or business property and Diarrhoea Remedy was recommended to me I purchased a bottle and received almost immediate relief I continued to use the medicine and FOR SALE was entirely cured I take pleasure in recommending this remedy to any person suffering with such a disease OF FIVE ACRES WITH as in my opinion it is the best medi- Â¬ A GARDEN FARM rooms and other Improve Â¬ residence of five 25 and 50 cent ments at Thorn HU This property will be sold cine in existence at a bargain bottles for sale by J W Gayle Â¬ 850 or 2000 cash for all 550 760 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 arrange to pay the balance in weekly installments COTTAGES ON THE THREE located and in good SOUTH SIDE neighborhood Prices three BUILDING- LOTS - m 1 imOR MEDIUM PRICED BUILDING 8ITES WE the Bardesire J lots on to call special attention toresidencesÂ¬ Holmes street Two new rett have just been completed on a part of this prop Â¬ erty and we have one more lot 50 by 200feetwhlcn we will sell at a bargain to some desirable party who will build Immediately To Cqinp Meeting round trip tickets to Beards Ky August 9th to 21st good to return until August 22d at 2 H B Logsdqn Agent i FORREMT ROOMS COTTAGE Conway A FRAME street we are OF SEVENpropertylsON In South Side This good repair authorized to rent at 15 On account of the Kavanaugh Camp N R It will sell Meeting the L two FOR SALE frame residence of six rooms on Shelby Ktreet between Cross and Campbell South Side This property U well located and would mnko a very desirable home The lot is 40 by 200 feet FRAME RESIDENCES 2 TWO STORYon North St Claslr street OF NINE rooms each and one story per month and it HIG HYIEW DESIRABLE COTTAGE OF FIVE This prop Â¬ erty has u lot 112 by 102 feet and would make a very desirable home HAVE WE rooms A m m onlllghvlew for sale ep D0SES25j uiu mm l 1 LGSMOAwUllVVW AlWd FOR RENT SIX ROOMS A BRICK RESIDENCE OFgiven May 1st Broadway Possession ON 100 BUILDING LOTS OFFER FOR WE building lots on hundred dollars each SALE wilklnson street at one A NUMBER OF Throat Sold by all Dructrists on a Guarantee For a Lame Side Back or Chest Shllohs Porouo Plaster will give great patifactlon as cento Cures Consumption CoiiLhs Croup Sore L B MARSHALL CO wwiwi m iii Mrs T S Hawkins Chattanooga Tenu says SliaoW8VitaUzcr NAVED MY LIFE I consider it thebestremedy for adcbiltlatedwtem I ever used For Dyspepsia Liver or Kidney SHILOHS VITAMSER 75 nm trouble It excels Price cts HILOHVATARRH roliovo and Curo lector f or its successful treatment is furnished free Shllohs Remedies nro sold by us on a guarantee to givo satisfaction - Remedy It nonirnii oitnrrh Trvthla 60 cts This will In you Price- REMEDY Fine Furniture -- 4 Quotum MMfiMMM fi For sale by Jan28 ly VV McKee Hardie OLD STAND IIALIB No Fr No 18 leavos No 20 leaves Frankfort No 24 arrives Frankfort No 22 leaves Frankfort No 20 will Btop COMPLETE STOCK time table Of all the Newest and Prettiest No231oaveBFrnnkfort am Patterns In order to make room Frankfort 805 Frankfort 785 Frankfort for our lare stock of Fall goods fort will offer special Frankfort am1 we L N TIME TABLE fc efitoot The following upon tho L is now N road iu TBAIN8 WEST tm a No 17 leaves No 21 leaves No lOleavos 80 5G0 985 a m p m p m TBAINBKABT mixed train leaves Frank Â¬ 600 a m 1015 Rov Richard MoOready assistant rootor of Christ Ohuroh has gone to Frankfort to take charge of the Ohnrch of the Ascension He said Indigestion and Stomach dUordera take dealers keep it 91 per bottle Genuine hu trade mark and crowed red IIsmob wrapper AH FOR DYSPEPSIA BHOWN8 IRON BITTRHS Ohrlstiansburg for passengors for Lexington and points boyond Nob 28 17 and 21 oonneot at Lagraage for Cincinnati Nob 28 and 21 connect at Anchorage for Bloomfleld Branoh 855 pm at Anchorage nnd 085 p m 448 pm XvO W FELICES SON R ROGERS 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 store and warehouses in the rear of store G eneral 3Liight sixid lEEeavsr 3Zaxd-7-ar- e G lass jBxiashes Vamisli Sasli T-w-in- Wall Paper Harness uxx5es Iron Paints OilsSaddlex3r rEeoorxnagXDooxs IBlind s T77agons S Iron axden Tools Harness Xjeatlxex Pipe IFTuue PipePirns Spolszes Lime Cement Plastex Sewer Lace Seatliex TXixe ZEBocls Salt 0 Wneels Pope Pisning Tackle O ULtlexy and Binder e - WK G uaranteed DE3Zose and T iawn IMIo wexs 3cc OTst Qor Main and Lewis Streets Still it Travels The statement sent to one of the Louisville papers from this city that a search of the convicts in the penitentiary last Friday resulted in the discovery of 300 case knives which had been converted into daggtfrs is still going the rounds of the State press just the same as if every word of it were true and had never been denied The truth of the matter is that when the search was made only about twenty small knives which had been used by the men in the chair factory for clipping cain while bottoming chairs were found and most oi the men who had them were carrying them by Â¬ lter JL Wood M A- - v ft COLLINS Opposite the Farmers Bank Candidate for Judge Mr W C Herndon who has served the city so acceptably for several terms as City Attorney is to day announced as a candidate His experience for Police Judge as attorney has fitted him for the position and if elected he will make a fair and impartial Judge He is a gentleman who has a host of friends and it will take a hustler to beat him Christian Convention The State Convention at the week Christian Church next promises to be larger than at first anticipated larger in fact than for many years Not less than 350 delegates is the present estimate The sessions begin Monday night Our and close Thursday night citizens generally are invited May Open a School Here D F Boyd will give up the Kentucky Military Institute on the first of September and is thinking of opening a high school for boys in this city He is looking for a location but as yet has found none suitable for the purpose Col Â¬ iv Bethel Church to remain during the meeting of the Association Mr E Black will have his there also so that everyone who desires can have his picture taken with his Sunday clothes on School opened at this place Monday morning with Mr Isaac Calvert as teacher The patrqns are anxious to known if it will last ten months this time Playing mamaler and pitching quoits are the favorite passtimes with the men and boys in this LEAKAGE section now Â¬ Â¬ m IMPOSSIBLE IJost Horse Mr aHx 1 - v- - - i Richie who lives on the Judge Hord place at the foot of Cove Hill on the Owenton pike has lost a pony built sorrel mare with bald face and white hind foot Any person knowing of the permission start whereabouts of the mare would Substitute Teacher Give a lie five minutes the will require confer a favor on a poor man and and see how long it At a meeting of the School be rewarded by letting him know the truth to overtake it Board held on Tuesday night Miss where she can be found Addie Rupe was elected as substiA Healthy Appetite tute teacher in the white school at Now for tlio Scramble Wm Hazdett who lives on the a salary of twenty dollars a month Collector T C McDowell of northern extension of Wilkinson Deaths street holds the belt as an eater the seventh district has sent in his grocery of Mr resignation and Col Shelby will On a wager at the Smith Miss Mary Florence Smith James Dean on Wednesday night doubtless be appointed as his suc- died on Saturday August 12th at the he ate 30 pounds of watermelon cessor in a few days when the residence of her parents in this county after an illness of several weeks 17 tomatoes and 7 two pound cans applicants for positions as gaugers aged 16 years The funeral took of cove oysters He wanted and store keeper will begin to place Sunday afternoon from the down hustle around for signatures to Antioch Church The deceased was whole the to wash with a pint of whisky but the their petitions and for bondsmen a sister of County Clerk Poley Smith Morris Mrs Charlotte Morris crowd present would not furnish Seeks Re election widow of the late Dr Rob Morris The next day he the liquor the Masonic poet laureate and traveloffered to bet the price of two Mr B B Teffers announces er died Monday at her home in La dozen ears of corn that he could himself in another column as a Grange aged 75 years eat one dozen of the roasting ears candidate for re election to the Ecton Mr S W Ecton died Mon raw but found no takers He has day at his home on Arlington office of City Marshal Heights and the remains were taken made a very efficient officer and if to Pleasureville Tuesday for inter Carried off tlio Ribbon re elected will continue to dis- ment Grahams fine charge the dutiesm faithfully Messrs Holt A Millions Friend took the premium at the A friend in need is a friend indeed Jack Nowlins Picnic and not less than one million people Iawrenceburg Fair last week in Dr have found Mr A J Nowlin of Tyrone Kings New just such a friend Discovery for Consump The Anderson News says of him tion If you have 1Duke of Glenwater the aged who is well known in this city had never Coughs and Colas Cough Modi used this Great jack that took the premium last a walk over in the bicycle races at clno one trial will convince you that it curative powers in Friday is perhaps the finest ani the Versailles Fair this week Out allhas wonderful Throat Chest and diseases of mal of the kind ever seen in the of a possible five he won four Lungs Each bottle is guaranteed to do all that is claimed or money will ring here He is sixteen hands races The other was won by Mr be refunded Trial bottles free at Phil Carpenters Drug Store high and is a beautiful black with Dan Hemphill of Nicholasville Large bottles 50c and 100 1 m white points Will Put Out a Man Swallowflcld Mr Charlie Julian also took the The Populists of this county premium Thursday on a mare mule Mr Thomas McDonald and have issued a numerously signed wife spent Sunday with Mr Wm two years old and under three call for a county mass meeting to Whalon Was Afraid of Banks be held at the court house in this Mr Charlie Thornton was so city on the 4th of September for unfortunate on Sunday as to cut We understand that a farmer can- both of his legs just below the by the name of Chas Mitchell who the purpose of nominating a knee caps while using a drawing lives between Peaks Mill and the didate for Representative knife to split kindling It is feared that he will be a cripple for mouth of Elkhorn and who was To Cleanse tho System life afraid to deposit his money in the Messrs Ed Manford and Geo bank preferring to keep it secret- Effeotually yet Rontly when costive had his house or billions or when tho bloqd is im Robertson had a difficulty on ed about his home pure or sluggish to permanently cure which resulted in Robertbroken into Thursday night by habitual constipation to awaken the Friday son receiving numerous scratches robbers who carried off a thou- kidneys and livor to a healthy activ and several blows with an axe sand dollars in cash which he had ity without irritating or weakening while Manford was knocked on them to dispel headaches colds or the head and had both eyes on hand 1 m fevers use Syrup of Figs blacked and his nose punched m Clover Root the new Blood Karls Fob Rent Brlok cottage of three Neither was seriously hurt Purifier gives freshness and clear ness to tho Complexion and oures rooms and kltohon on Moro street Mr Graves will remove his 6O0 and f 100 See Dennis Murphy at Wakoflolds 2oo Consumption picture gallery from here to New 49 tf For sale by W M0K00 Hardie 22 saw mill D Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Bottom and sides one continu- Â¬ ous Piece of Lumber Material White Ash Wood Inside Castings Well Galvanized ButterWarfe in 3to10 Minutes - AGENTS WANTED In very town Single churns sold in localities whore we have no aentB at wholesale prices to introduce them Ceni for Circular A Mee Idst S M BROWN rem CO O a WM 447 East Main Street - WRIGHT Kentucky Ai- 1 WAPAKONETA sale by Frankfort m Â¬ The only patent churn which Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant will bear a guarantee Juue 24 3m aud refreshing to the taste and acts cjently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys Â¬ tem effectually dispels colds head Â¬ aches aud fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro luced pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach prompt in ts action and truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from tho most Â¬ wa r a H G MATTEHU TKCB- - im Pilllfifl 334 MAIN STREET fir KY -- ii M healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it tho most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and SI bottles by all leading drug gists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro cure it prompuy ior any one ivno wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Â¬ FRANKFORT - VS To reduce your weight SURELY use FAT PEOPLE SAN FRANCISCO CAL LOUISVILLE KY NEW YORK NY Â¬ BIG FOUR ROUTE TO CHICAGO s rzaLiisra Look Lv Cincinnati u xJa--- z No Obesity Pills and lose IB pounds a month No Interference with busi Â¬ Injury to the health Thoy build NO STARVING ness or pleasure up and Improve the general nenlth beautify the Lucy complexion and leave NO WRINKLES Anderson 84 Auburn street Cambridge Moss your Obesity Tills re Â¬ writes Three bottles of duced my weight from 225 pounds to 190 and I never felt better In all my life I nm much leased with the result and shall do all I can 10 E elp you our patrons include Physicians Bankers Lawyers aud leaders of Society Our goods are not sold 11 drug stores all orders aro supplied direct from our onlce Price per pack Â¬ age 200 or three packages for 500 by mall preÂ¬ paid Particulars sealed 4 cts ALL CORRES Â¬ PONDENCE CONFIDENTIAL WMaids JH m s MIAMI Apl3 Cm REMEDY CD BOSTON MUSS M at tho Time Card Dally Nol 800 pm nm No 17 No 8 No 7 No 6 Dally Ex Sun Dally Daily Work Worry ArWorldt Fair 466 Ar Chicago Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 645 0S0 6BB 730 All day trains have parlor cars and din ing cars night trains have sleeping cars and reclining chair cars No I has Through Sleeping Car Macon and Alanta to Chicago C Route G R Rand Q via E T V need Abookofexplnniitloniind proof No 17 has Through Sleeping Car Wash Â¬ Is yours to consider If asked for now ington to Chicago via Chesapeake and PALEN Drs STARKEY 1629 Arch Btreet Philadelphia Pa The Big Four Route is Ohio Railway Dec 24 ly fiositively the only line making connection Union Station Cincinnati with G Ryt through trains of the E T V Crescent Route Chesapeake Queen Ohio Railway Kentucky Central Railway N R R without transfer and and L DUDLEY FARM ADJOININR CITY landing passengers at the Midway Plaisance Georgetown pike limits the main entrance gate to the Worlds 203 acres on theresidence tobacco containing large barn and Fair Be sure your ticket reads via the stubles Splendid dairy and tobacco farm For full information ad PositesMon given March 1st lbM For particu Â¬ Dig Four Route dress D B MARTIN General Tassenger lars upply to FRANK CHINN July22 tt Agent Cincinnati O Frtumiort Ky Â¬ Â¬ pm 615 noon pm 030 1240 746 pm am pin 626 031 63S pm pm am am 900 am 741 am pm and Disease are a formidable trio yet the weak person frequently has to meet all pi tnem at once How can hoovercolpe The answer Is with our Comtobjto Oitokk and ours only The countÂ¬ less demonstrations of 23 years war rant this reply Our treatment Iq available for home use neither need your occupation b e Interfered with The value ot these features Is obvious What about your Fine Farm for Rent Â¬ wi i-- Ifel UP lidj a mWlBmMiit - a lid fcfcMi JJMMdiai - imf ifiMhiir LYiAUW itlTUJlMarnfflJFitt wrW lWi iMlvl Vflhi Iftrifc ttfUMffi VfrtfT Ifr LJiSkJW 1 ir iriiffiwwfff i ti Hm ifilV Mm X btoiLtXA 1 lmfflifwtM MB Miikx WlMrV aUKl jiiiL A 1 i DOWHT f fe 1 D01 H SO a rfTi THE PRICES I I Orutclier i Staples Fli rQlStI IIQ flllll - J if af 1 I I I I I Bi - f I W I m J i 1 J I JsMen 11 woo suits that were Sond S2 1 TAN SHOES all 5 Ml - 25 one large lot Ladies Tan Button Shoes f S fVJ1 - sizes tiat were 750 Mens Ml all wool suits that were 250 1 12 and 15 for R Dunlap x the world over 350 Co best Hat that sells for x gi25 io Mens all wool suits that were 15 75c one lot Ladies Oxfords that sold for and 12c TZ 7c one large lot Mens Socles that were 10c and ft I and 18 i one large lot Misses Oxfords that sold for 150 and 150 for boys suits that were 250 175 2c 14c one largelotft Mens Suspenders that were i 9 m 175 one lot Mens Tan Shoes that were 250 and 275 - 150 one big lot Mens Negligee and Shirts that were 250 Madras 2 for boys suits that were 3 and 350 2 one lot Mens Tan Shoes that were 3 35c tremendous big lot Straw Hats that were 50c 65c and 75c mostly boys sizes - 5 for boys suits that were 7 and 8 WE NEED CASH See the big window for prices mbSS A1 JE1 K5HSE1 mo ZMT-A-TIfc- JHL T fc ltf3S3t23e3mmSSt moaH ffK STIE3EI gaBMKfflaBBBaBBfflaa S Rjjrzsossn JL 20c one big lot childrens wear Shirts and Draw- Â¬ ers that were 35c 40c and 50c ZlmkmJBiwkmJmSm 5B3E Dsrsr zamkortWa5 I ft K Mr R C Church has returned Tlie New Sontli and tlie Worlds ANNOUNCEMENTS Fair home from French Lick Springs For Representative Urn fturdin ministered to his Miss Sallie Ready of Louis- Â¬ No section of the country East W are authorized to announce L J COX us n Beech Ridge Shelby flock at ville is visiting relatives in this North or West is taking a greater in Â¬ candidate for re election as Representative of terest in the Worlds Fair at present Fnuiklln county In the next Lelsl iture subject county last Saturday and Sunday community 41 tf H than that portion lying south of Mason to t be action 1 the Democratic party Regular services at the Christian and Dixons line and typical South- Â¬ Rev J H Burdin and son erners easily distinguishable in the For Senator Church to morrow at the usual Earl attended the Shelby Asso- Â¬ immense throng by the graceful 10 nnnounce Hon W W hours ciation of Baptists at Pigeon Fork military bearing of the gentlemen STEPHLNSONor Mercer county a a candidate forbenutor from this district subject to the no Â¬ last Wednesday and Thursday and the rare beauty of the ladies are tion of the Domocratls p jrty The members of Buck Run on the Bro Burdin is pastor of this to be met in great numberscorridors Junes te Church are having their house of Exposition grounds in the church of the leading hotels and at the worship papered and otherwise ForJMayor various social gatherings in the We are authorized to announce Mr RIOURD repaired TOOINata Candidate for rft olnotlnn n Mnnti worms iairuity Deafness Cant Be Cured at the November election m siininof tn ti xo success Fine rains recently have changed By local applications as they cannot theFairdSpeSdrupon ihe Southern the appearance of all nature caus reach the diseased portion of the ear ing a genuine thanksgiving to go on There is only one way to cure deaf xt election sabjeattothenctlon or the up irom eacn true wean w mc ness and that is by constitutional pie from South of the Ohio river to nt l July 22 te The prospect for a good crop of remedies Deafness is caused by an attend the Exposition and from Democratlc purt for his loving Giver of all good present indications they will not be corn in tins immediate vicinity is inflamed condition of the mucous disappointed kindness and tender mercy The railroads are lining of the Eustachian Tube When For Police Jnd c very good the tube gets inflamed you have a making extensive preparations to Wo are authorized to announce W 0 HERK Teachers employed in this sec- Â¬ rumbling sound or imperfect hearing taKe care ol tne people and their DON as a candidate for Police Judge of the city Candidates are looming up thick and tion of the county for the present of Frankfort subject to the action of the Demo-when it is entirely olosed deaf comfort onroute is iully assured The Big Four Route which is the cratlc party year viz C H Parrent Wood and fast nuns is the result and unless the in Â¬ only line making connection Con- J C Porter lake District No Little Miss Lillie Spicer has re- flammation can bo taken out and this tral Union Station Cincinnatiin with tube restored to its normal condition Switzer District No 3 R E turned home from a visit to her hearing will be destroyed forever through trains of the E T V G Taylor Forks of Elkhorn District grandparents in Jessamine county nine cases out of ten are caused by Queen Orescent Route Louisville Nashville R R Kentucky Central catarrh which is nothing bub an in Â¬ No 9 V E Parrent Stedman Ohio Ry Mrs Mary Barrett of Texas flamed condition of the mucous sur Â¬ Ry and Chesapeake Miss Mag- Â¬ town District No 11 Naturally forma the popular outlet for face gie Downey Crutcher District is visiting her parents Hon L J We will give One Hundred Dollars Southern travel and to accommodate Cox and wife at Stedmantown for any case of deafness caused by thobusiness five elegant vestibuled No 44 s h witli parlor cars by that ve oannot School trustees should bear in catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure cure for trains cars and elegant sleeping cars dining coachOB are to taking Born August nth 1893 Send run uuuy irom uincmnau toumcago Rev J H Burdin and wife a mind the fact that the1 school law circulars free stopping at Midway Plaisance the makes it compulsory r them to daughter Mam Entrance to the Worlds Fair visit the school the day of organi00th St Hyde Park 51st St 39th St Mrs William West who has zation and at least one of them zzu op ana running into tlie new ElsJEMa Buys a No 1 of 2 Rambler with 12th St Station on the Lake Front been very sick for several months once a mohth thereafter non slipping corrugated tires fully All the Worlds Fair hotels and is rapidly recovering boardinc houses aro located adinnonf Mrs Mattie Rappley son and warranted Roberts agent to the Big Four stations and passon- - AliPUSt 29 30 81 Sent 1 9 Ififlfl Mr Fitzpatrick and family of daughter of Louisville have been hh gersviathe popular line avoid the are visiting visiting friends and relatives in eastern Kentucky long tiresome transfer aoross the their relatives in this vicinity city necessarv bv all other lineB from Competition Opon to the World Free our midst for a week or two Cincinnati There is positively no Mr Frank Ely and sister Miss Mr G M Brock is engaged in other line landing passengers at the Now Track Grand Stand and Equipments Mattie and Misses Mary and building a dwelling stations and ns it affords in house at Do you know that the best addition named to the comfort and con- Â¬ TWO RACES EACH DAY Mandy Dooley of Lexington Knights Bridge for Mr Jesse remedy for hard limes is to keep venience a great saving pf time and have returned home from a visit Hockensmith expense an tne boutu who contem- j your money jMdioa ttnd Children Admitted at home and keep it plate a trip to the to the family of Mr J F God pr00 the First Day Fair should FRFP I s circulating The abundance of coal that Patronize vntir hnrnp be sure to ask for Worldsvia the Big dard tiokots being hauled o this and surround- institutions If your Rrocer wants ruur nuueo Special Trains on All Hallroado Miss Lillie Lucas of Woodford ing vicinity reminds us ol the fact to sell vou Flour made in some For full information address D B at Kxouralon Ratoa MARTIN General Passenger Agent For further inforautlon nd caUlogut tiitm tla SwrtUry county who has been visiting her that winter draweth nigh other place dont let him do it Cincinnati SlIELBY T Haiibisow PreBt brother Mr M B Lucas reMr Lewis Lee and daughter Insist upon having home made TlIOD Ii JSIAHTIN Sooy turned home You can thqn keep your visited relatives at Hatton last Flour Milos Norvo and Livor Pills July 22 4t money at home and help give em- Â¬ Miss Mattie Juett of Scott Saturday and Sunday ployment to vour home workmen Act on a new prlnoiplo regulating county is visiting friends in our Rev 11 S Alderman and wife and enable them to earn a liveli Â¬ the liver stomach and bowels though neighborhood have returned home from a visit hood for their families the nerves A new discovery Dr Call for Miles Pills speedily euro biliousness TflHOM THE PBKMISKS OF THEUNDKR8ION Miss Ida Triplett is on a visit to to the Worlds Fair It is the best bad tasto torpid livor nilos constina- - ton cd onJuly farm of Judge L Hon on the 0 wen J E M Flour i ilko the 21 IRtWone sorrel more with buld relatives and friends in Henry Miss Jennie Goddard left last Put your money where it will do tion Splendid for men women and fnco undone white hind foot pony built with fore county ohildren Smallest mildest surest lock cropped off square A liberal reward will be Wednesday for a two weeks visit you and your neighbors the most 50 doses for 25 cents Samples free at pnld for her return or mien Information ns will me Lexington Mr Sampson an Miss Emma to relatives good Aug 17 3t J WQaylos Frankfort Ky 45 ly enable 10 to got ber Aua Forlts of Elkliorn Norwood of Louisville are the guests at Mr L Holtons Dr Bosworth of Lexington has been the guest of Mr A Stedman several days this week Misses Jennie Featherston and Stella Cannon visited friends at Midway this week Mr F M Featherston and wife visited relatives in Woodford county last Saturday and Sunday The farmers have about all threshing wheat the finished yield proved fully up to expecta- 1 X j f J H SfCKfc i At r01 ff M I y 1 Â¬ HEXllNlGTOfl fair r f IY V ism m Â¬ 120 iS Hard Times Â¬ Strayed or Stolen AM Â¬ lt d RITOIIIE