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I The Framfoet Eommbout PV J Ujj fi i -- - - - P5l S a pi GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED m TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS n TERMS 100 In Advanoe NO 51 M VOI XVI r i FKANKFOET KY SATURDAY AUGUST 26 1893 Tho Old Abutment f V ANOTHER SAD ACCIDENT Wm French KM- - Highest of all in Leavening Power I11 IK vr Hv- - W tff rrjy ft w v- Ki V- Jr i v - iWi1 a 3 Brtfir Mk4v If i if V P rV There was more trouble about in a Runaway the crossing of the St Clair street In Fatal accidents are becoming bridge the fisrt of the week bridge the alarmingly frequent of late in this order to strengthen the vicinity and the death of Mrs contractors drove down a pile on And Ye Receive Trabue in a runaway accident on each side and placed a sill from one to the other for the lower ESfWWTK L J the Versailles pike on Wednesday chords of the bridge to rest on morning of last week found a counterpart Tuesday afternobn in the This arrangement had hardly been And you will find more goods fatal injury of Mr Wm French jr completed Sunday afternoon when than ever at Change of Plan of this city on the Lawrenceburg the retaining wall at the end of the Ijargc Attendance pike near the Kentucky Military sidewalk on the upper side of the Under the original contract with The attendance at the meeting bridge fell down which caused Institute the King Iron Bridge Co there of the Franklin Baptist AssociaThe circumstances connected some uneasiness and at 7 oclock was to be a short truss span thirty tion held with Bethel Church this with the accident are as follows that night the bridge was again feet long at the south end of the St county on Wednesday and ThursFour moonshiners who were fined closed for travel except for pedes- Clair I am receiving new goods daily street bridge between the old day was more largely attended It remained closed until Ten very large cases full of handand received a jail sentence at the trians abutment and a pier to be erected than any similar meeting for years some goods were received last last term of the United States noon Monday when it was again opened for lteht vehicles Mon When the old abutment fell down There were about two thousand week that every household must Court had served out their term the engineer in charge Prof Nel- persons on the grounds on Wed- have Am ready for the fall trade in jail and wished to take the in day morning the remnant of the son recommended to the city and nesday and nearly as many on with a full and complete line of solvent debtors oath betore a abutment wall was pulled down county that this short span be Thursday Much business of im- Cotton Merino and All wool Commissioner to and the work of putting in the Upited States done away with and wing walls portance was transacted and a avoid the payment of their fines piling renewed The abutment wall which fell built on either side extending great deal of work- cutout for For ladies and children from the Mr W J Chinn jr one of the back from the pier to the bank the coming year Col Thomas cheapest grade to the finest Also commissioners was too ill at his as soon as undermined was built in 1847 the late Robert A Braw and the intervening space be Rodman of this city presided as have a complete line of home to administer the oath and The filled in thus extending Bridge moderator and Mr W H Parrent Gen D W Lindsey the other ner having the contract - street out thirty feet and making acted as secretary Both were was in Lawrenceburg attending stone was quarried on the WalTo suit everybody both in price a better approach to the bridge elected for another year court and our kind hearted jailer cutt place near the Big Eddy by The and qualify members of the city council The next meeting will be held Mr Minus Williams determined Mr Henry R Williams the groand the bridge committee of the in to send the men to Lawrenceburg cer and boated down to the county court held an informal with the church at August 1894 bridge where they were hauled up so that they might take the oath Are coming so prepare yourselves The wall was started meeting Tuesday afternoon when and return to their families He by a crab with Mrs It C Rhea the matter was explained to them accordingly hired a double team ip front of the original abutment and COMFORTS BLANKETS by Prof Nelson and Mr Morris Of Milford Neb says she suffered Darnell placed built in 18 18 and after it had from Mangan of the King Bridge Company greatly from a complication dis I have them and when you see the men in charge of Mr French been raised some eight or ten feet After a full discussion it was eases of female weakness and ofliver the prices you will be astonished and kidney troubles Her health was and sent them to Gen Lindsey was tied into the old abutment agreed that the change be made fully restored by using Dr Hales The Bridge street sewer which On the return trip the party were Household Tea the most pleasant THE CLEARANCE SALE the price agreed On 3 200 for and effective medicine known 25c coming down the hill just beyond was put down some seventeen or the extra work necessary and and 50c per package at P H Car Of Summer Goods is still going on 1 the entrance to the grounds of eighteen years ago and runs under the contract ordered to be drawn penters drug store the sidewalk on the east side of the They must be sold Will keep it the Military Institute when the up Closed the Breach up one week longer breast yoke broke one end of it street had an outlet through the Those beautiful white goods at to cts a flew up and struck one of the retaining wall which fell Sunday He IJeft the Horse Unhitehert yard are acknowledged to be the best Mr Mike Parker has completed values ever sold in this city in the face and the tongue and the sewer pipe was broken horses the work of repairing the break Onlya few more pieces of the Chambreys The driver of Moore Sons made by the bursted sewer in left they still go at 10 cts but are worth fell against the legs of the other some time ago by the settling of the 15 cts a yard the wall causing the water passing milk wagon left his horse standing retaining wall on the river bank in which frightened the team and The unbleached drilling at 6 cts a yard is cheaper than you can buy them by the they started to run The other through the sewer to seek another in the street Saturday night while the rear of Mr George Salenders case from the factory found underneath he went into a barber shop The new wall looks like a men jumped out of the vehicle outlet which it substanDont let these bargains pass you by be but Mr French who was driving the abutment wall softening the to get shaved The horse con- tial piece of work and should stand cause this is positively the last week for held on to the lines and attempted ground and causing it to cave in cluded to go on home without the pressure for many years to them Remember the name and place to stop the horses Finding he shortly after the excavation was him and started down St Clair come Mr could not hold them he attempted begun at the point where the piles street toward the bridge Shilohs Cure the Great to turn them against the fencebut are to be driven for a foundation Lou Choate was sitting in his Croup Cure is for sale by Cough and us Pookefc about that time the end of the for the new work carrying down buggy in front of Mr VV B size contains twenty flvo doses only NO 319 MAIN STREET NEAR STATE 25c Children love it 21 NATIONAL BANK tongue slipped out of the yoke and with it that portion of the abut Bridgefords wall paper establishdrpppedon the pike In dragging ment wall built in 1847 and leav ment and when the milk wagon it plowed into the pike and raised ing the original abutment of 18 18 came along the wheels of the two The the front of the vehicle up sudden- or so much of it as remains ex- vehicles became entangled horse attached to the milk wagon ly throwing Mr French some posed wanted to go on home and tried distance into the air He alighted The success of Mrs M Beam of In Fine Medium and Low Priced Grades on his right side breaking the topxof McKeesport Pennsylvania in the to pull lose from the buggy and of diarrhoea the hip bone cutting a deep gash treatmentundoubtedly be in hor chil in doing so he turned the lighter of interest dren will in his forehead and injuring him to many mothers She says UI spent vehicle completely around crush several weeks in Johnstown Pennsyl He was rendered un- vania alter the great Hood on ac ing one of the hind wheels and Chamber Suits internally conscious by the fall and thinking count of my husband being employ tore the seat off Mr Choate es- - Folding Beds ed there We had severAl children en u Suits era he was dead someone telephoned with us two of whom took the caped unhurt but had to go home i 11 got some of diarrhoea very The loose horse was Hall VJP from Mr B Farmers store which Chamberlains badly I Cholera and horse back Colic LJ was a short distance away that he Diarrhoea Remedy from Rev Mr captured before he reached the Dining Room Chapman It cured both of them bridge and taken back to his Book Oases China Closets had been killed but later he became I know of several other oases where G1 c Chairs Rockers gyj conscious and after an examination it was equally successful I think it driver cannot be excelled and cheerfully by Drs Williams and Thompson recommend it 25 and 50 cent boo Paid the Xjoss We are up to date always iti style quality fiulsu who thought he would recover he ties for sale by J W Guyle and low prices The Supreme Lodge of the was removed to the home of his Attention G A It Knights of Honor through Mr C parents on Conway street where September 2 3 and 4 the Ken- A Nelson Recorder of Frankfort he died about oclock that tucky Midland Railway will sell Lodge No 10 paid on Monday night tickets from Frankfort to Indian The decease was the youngest apolis Ind and return at 480 to Mrs Charles Oliver 2000 the Straw Mattings and only remaining son of Mr Choice of two routes Big Four or amount of insurance carried by Mosquito Bars D Three trains leave her husband in that order William French Janitor of the C H Lawn Frankfort 7 a m 1235 noon Court of Appeals and the afflict Mr J 0 Boswoll one of the best and 340 p m arrive Indianapo aa Screen Doors ed parents have the warmest sym lis 340 p m 1055 p m and known and most respeoted citizens of tti And Windows pathy of a large circle of friends 11 p m Union Depot connec- Brownwood Texas suffered with diarrhoea for a long timo and tried in their deep sorrow many different remedies without ben tion efit until Chamberlains Colic Oholo C D Bkrcaw His funeral took place Thurs ra and Diarrhoea Roraedy was used G P A that reliovod him at onco For sale day afternoon at 330 oclock from by J W Gayle the house Rev WCTaylor con U S A Cuptnin Sweeney San Diego Onl says Shilohs Catarrh ducting the services you llomouy is the first Jmodiolno I havo weak Carpets Draperies For Sale or Rent My dwolling over found that would do mo any and worn out take ood Price 50 cents Sold bv W house on Ann street BROWNS IRON BITTERS COR MAIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON KY 21 I0K00 Hardio J T Buckley tf jr Fatally Injured Latest U S Govt Report Reefed X Baking Powder Wm lee It a mi j ASK Shall m Â¬ ABSOLUTELY PURE SEEK 1 Â¬ HARTSTEINS Â¬ Â¬ in Â¬ 1 Â¬ SVS 4 Â¬ Â¬ - UNDERWEAR iEa VI tffli m V Â¬ COOL NIGHTS a m a Â¬ s h 2 Â¬ -J yWtXi Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 3 HARTSTEINS VH Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FURNITURE c 15 Vie Vil 1 tI Tl SJ T - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Parlor Furniture Furniture f xsl 4 9J m fiiS Â¬ lm Â¬ 1 1 SPECIAL OFFERINGS i1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Furniture 1 w 9 v m trJa Â¬ BROWER SCOTT FRAZEE If all feel Furniture Wall Paper mis AWA AUib Mii tdLk V 1 tiMMWMWMWWMslWlsMMMWmMWMsWMMsMMMgMiMM i I 1 V V wart SX k 7ir ii MiUiit Messrs John Selbert and Will Gorman returned from Chicago Tuesday Mr W H Averill is in Chicago at-- ovoning and Mr Ford Jacobs came tending the Worlds Pair in from tho same place Wednesday Mrs William Cromwell is visiting morning her parents in Honry county kt I Mi bun iWt Mrs Cordelia Kendall and daugh Â¬ Miss Mary Pattie of Richmond is ter Miss Cordie who have been visiting relatives in this city visiting relatives illlllH IIIMUHiil in Louisville tl m left that city Sunday for a visit to tho Mr William Cromwell returned m Worlds Fair Tuesday from Dronnon Springe Property or W BBrldse-iiilkl 41UMt 4jlirt Capt B 0 Milam left Saturday Mr Will Shelton of St Louis who ford nuil- Henry Abler afternoon for the Worlds Fair Pi has been visiting relatives in this city I Mrs John Griflln has returned for several days left yesterday for from a visit to relatives in Louisville Chicago accompanied by Master Miss Lou B Cromwell returned Thomas Barrett D Saturday from a trip to Drennon Mr J Will Graham and wife Mrs cnft wirt 1M soft jjjfirt a Springs Jas Heenoy Miss Pattie Graham Mrs Ed Slaughter and son Master Messrs W H Jeffries and Mervin Ben left Wednesday for a trip to Parrent left Saturday for a visit to Chicago the Worlds Fair Mrs Carson of Greenville Missis It is on one of the highest points in the city It is near the river and on the- Rev J 0 B Stivers of Uniontown Location is first class sipppi is visiting friends at the Capi Pennsylvania has been in the city new electric street car line Water and gas iri front of the property tal Hotel this week visiting his mother and atÂ¬ For terms call on Dr V A Kaltenbrun wife and son tending the State Meeting of the left Sunday night for a trip to the Christian Church Augli 3m Worlds Fair Mrs GhaB E Hoge and children of Mrs J 0 Morton and Miss Sallie this county accompanied by Dr Matrimonial Jackson left Thursday for a visit to Wilson Thompson and wife of Ver- the Worlds Fair sailles left Tuesday morning for a Johnston Thomasson Mr John Mrs Martine Frazier of Owens months visit to tho Worlds Fair of West Salem E Johnston boro is visiting Mrs D M McHen Mr Sam D Johnson left Tuesday ry on Ann street afternoon for New York to purchase Virginia and Miss Minnie Belle IN Misses Rose Crittenden aud Katie a fall stock of goods Mrs Johnson Thbmasson of this county were WORLDS FAIR RATES Green returnedSaturday from a visit accompanied him as far as Lexington married Wednesday evening at to the Worlds Fair where she will visit friends until his Cedar Chapel by Rev H G Mrs J M Watts and daughters return Henderson in the presence of a Misses Bessie and Iva are visiting Mrs Margaret Venable of Chris large company of friends BY THE After friends in Shelby county tiansburg and Mrs Samuel McElroy ceremony the bridal party and Mr Jacob Pifer of Denton county of Parsons Kansas who have been the Missouri is visiting his brother Mr visiting Mis W T Reading for sever- Â¬ invited guests were entertained in D H Pifer on Todd street Xetinnlng July 93rd in addition to the regnUr Worlds Fair Excursion ratci the Qneen al weeks leave this morning for handsome stvle at the residence of Orescent trill tell flnt clan excursion tickets good fifteen dare from date of tale for return at 0O lets than the regular World Fair rate These tltkete are good via either Prof McHenry Rhoads and family Christiansburg the brides father Mr Andrew Olsdasatl or rla Loulirille going and returning tame routo will return to day from their summer I Mr I Davis and son David Messrs Thomasson The young couple Through Gars to Chicago vacation in Grayson county Quick Time Minus Williams Bert Bacon Earl will make their home in Virginia Finest Trains in the South Bo sure to take the Miss Mary Hollister of Marshall Rogers Joseph P Noonan William QUEEN ORESCENT KOUTE Texas is visiting the family of Major and Ben Nickles and Mr and Mrs Scarce Morgan Mr Thomas For ratei schedules sleeping carreserTaMoni etc call on any agent ef the KTVAO X Tt Qneen Oreeeent Route or Loniirllle Southern It It or H S Hale on Second street Peter Sower and daughter and sou Scarce an attache of the Blue X G EDWARDS G P A Cincinnati O Â¬ Mr Logan McKee who haB been left for the Worlds Fair Sunday even- Booth Photograph gallery and visiting relatives here returned to ing Miss Nannie Morgan daughter cf his home in Cincinnati Monday Deaths Mr W B Morgan the painter Rev Paph Julian wife and chil Â¬ Â¬ from this city Sunday dren of Rowan county have been Through Car to Chicago via Stoll Louis the bright little elopedand were married in afterHard Times visiting relatives here this week New noon Queen and Crescent Routo son of Hon Albert A Stoll and Mr Thomas B Rodman and wife Albany Indiana Monday after- Â¬ Do you know that the best remThe returned Monday evening from a wife died at the home of his noon by Justice Hiickely edy for hard times is to keep your runs Queen and Crescent Route through cars Louisville Sunday aged parents in visit to relatives in Mt Sterling money at home and keep it circu- Â¬ to Chicago via Cincinnati The deceased was a Miss Cordie Jeffers of this city 12 years lating Patronize your home in- and C H D and Monon Admitted the Faots and Miss Mabel Stout of Louisville grandson of Mrs L T Garrard If your grocer wants Route stitutions very to sell you flour made in some via Cincinnati and over are visiting friends in Georgetown Newspaper editors havo to be the Big Four Route of this city and the bereaved careful in oponirg their columns for from Dr J P Huff ex Senator Â¬ the Dr other place dont let him do it via LouisvillePennsylvania parents have the warmest sympa- statements Hub aware that and over thp Insist upon having home made Lines to Chicago Fleming Bath and Rowan counties Miles Medical Co are responsible thy of a large circle of friends and wo make room for the following tes Â¬ Flour You can then keep your Ask for tickets was in the city several days the first via timonial from R McDougall Auburn money at home and help give em- Â¬ the Queen and Crescent Route relatives here of the week who for two years noticed a Ind Miss Mima Humphries returned his ployment to your home workmen Any agent of E T V and G stoppage Allexander Fullerton son of left Bide or skipping of the pulBe not and enable them to earn a liveli- Louisville Southern Ky got so tender he could Saturday from a visit of several KT I B or Alexander and wife lie on it bis heart fluttered he was hood for their families Call for Mid Rand Crescent Routo injj Cincinnati and Mr A J Queen weeks to friends wont to different doctors died Sunday night at the home of alarmed relief but one bottle of Dr J E M Flour Dayton Ohio It is the best will take pleasure in quoting you found no and giving Cure- curedMitm Put your money where it will do rates Edwards Gother information Col E Polk Johnson wife and his parents at Woodburn Farm Miles New Heart D G P A Cincinnati Â¬ and Start elegant book daughter Miss Pickett and son Mr Woodford county aged 12 years The Facts free at J NewGaylos It you and your neighbors the most W ling 50 3t Ed V are in Chicago visiting the The remains were brought to this tella all about heart and nervous dis Â¬ good Piano Lessons o 3 many wonderful cures eases and Worlds Fair laid to rest in Stop Overs on Worlds Fair Tick Messrs John W Gault John Will city Tuesday and Miss Maria Llndsey will resume her cts Miss Katie Strauss t family lot in the cemetery Johnson and Miss Florence Barrett the class in piano forte playing in Sep Â¬ 48 4t tember returned Monday from a visit to the It is a singular fact that both All persons buying tickets to the Miss Katie Strauss respectfully Worlds Fair Worlds Columbian Exposition via the above families had only return- Â¬ invites all her former pupils to her the popular Queen and Crescent Mrs O 0 Furr and sons Masters ed a short time before from the stop over be Western andj Combs and Mr John on Saturday afternoon Route willon allallowed JOHN DRISCOL tickets including priviliges is thought opening M Banta and wife left Sunday even- Â¬ Worlds Fair and it those limited to fifteen days at Cin Â¬ September 2d at four oclock ing for Chicago that both of the children con- Â¬ cinnati Louisville Indianapolis and Miss Strauss will Chattanooga within final limit on ties Capital Hotel Mr Chas T Keller left Wednesday tracted the disease which carried For spend the month of September both going and returning trips overs for a visit to the Maysvillo Fair and them off while in Chicago further information as to stop here and has been requested to rates c call on or address agents will take in the Lexington Fair also ho returns Sullivan Mr Frank Sullivan open her cjass which she has connecting lines and Q 0 Routo before D G Edwards Mr Will A Lewis and sister Miss died Tuesday afternoon at his consented to do We hope Miss Qenerl Passenger Agent A full lino of pure Anderson county whlakleBr Margaret A Lewis left Wednesday home near this city age yo years Cincinnati O Strauss will have her usual success wines brandies etc for a trip to Old Point Comfort and The funeral took place Wednes Richmond Virginia 235 BROADWAY opposite State House To the Fairs Worlds Fair Hates day evening from the Giurch of April 15 tf Mr A Virgil Williams formerly of The de- Â¬ the Good Shepherd On Aug 29 30 Sept ist and At the meeting of the Central Traf this city but now a citizen of the e is visiting ceased was for many years an em 2d the L N Railroad will sell fic Association held in Chicago Â¬ United 10th a resolution was adopton August Ky friends and relatives here N Railroad tickets to Lexington E ed abolishing the low rate fifteen day k ploye of the L account Lexington Fair at one ticket In conformity with this reso Â¬ Mr Charles Meriwether and wife and a highly respected citizen fare 86 cents for the round trip lution the Chicago and Ohio River and Mr Coleman Meriwether of The quick and direct route from havo notified the southern lines Louisville are visiting Mrs Mori Offutt Mr W H Offuttdied Tickets limited to Sept 4 A lines they would not accept this low that This wether at the Capital Hotel Tuesday night at his home on Special train will leave Frankfort rate ticket after August 21st back Louisville to Arkansas and Texas Re- will put the Worlds Fair rates every morning at 7 a m Mr and Mrs M Busam returned the Leestown road after an ill Â¬ which they to the original turning leave Lexington at 6 p were started andbasis at who wish to Saturday from Louisville where Mr those One hundred and fifty miles several weeks aged 32 m avail themselves of tho fifteen day Busam has been to receive medical ness of years The remains were taken On Aug 30 and Sept ist the ticket at the present low rate will treatment for several weeks SHORTEST TO LITTLE KOCH I buy have N will sell tickets to Shelby Augustto21st their tickets before Miss Alice Trabuo who was injured to Shelby county Thursday for L ville Ky at 175 for the round And tbe only route last week in a runaway accident is interment Â¬ trip on account Shelby County improving and hopes are now enter MASON FRUIT JARS Keaman At the home of its Colored Fair Tickets limited to WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS tained for her early recovery Cash Price Mon- Sept 2 Mrs Alice Bealert of Lexington parents on Clinton street If you are going to emigrate to H B Logsdon 65c per dozen Pints has been visiting Mrs Polk South day August 21st the infant child 65c per dozen Quarts Agent near Jetts this week and attended of Mr Charles Keaman and wife 85c per dozen Sherman Dallas Fort Worth Gallon the State Meeting in this city 50 2t At JonN T Buckleys Austin or Houston 7 The funeral took place from the A Loader Mr E T Quin of Kansas City Since its first introduction Eleotrio This Is tho Mo who hns been visiting his father Church of the Good Shepherd Insure Against Accident Bitters has gained rapidly in popular Tuesday afternoon in this city for tho past Week left favor until now it ia clearly in tbe Thursday for the Worlds Fair lead among pure medicinal tonics A 3000 accident policy good CHEAPEST AND BEST ROUTE and alteratives containing nothing for seven days can be obtained To Cleanso the System Mrs Charles Tambling who has No change of cars to which permits its two as a beverage been visiting her mother Mrs J P EffeotuallyJ yet gently when costive or intoxicant it is reoognizd as the by any gentleman or lady for 1 Co Pryor in this county has returned to or billious or when the blood is im Â¬ best and purest medicine for all ail Â¬ from Jacob Swigert Montgomery Mobile Memphis ments of Stomach Liver or Kidney her home in Detroit Michigan 5i 4t pure or sluggish to permanently cure It will cure Sick Headache Indiges ana New OrleanB Mr Lou Church and aon and Mr habitual constipation to awaken the tion Constipation and drive MalarkiÂ¬ from tho system Satisfaction guar For Rent A front room on For further Information addresi Zach Church of tho Peaks Mill kidneys and liver to a healthy activ- anteed with oach bottle or tho money Main street suitable for office neighborhood left on thp Midland ity withoutfirritating or weakening will be refunded Price only 6O0 0 P ATMR E G P T A train Monday morning for the Worlds them to dispel headaches colds or perbottlo Sold by P H OAitrEN Address M this office 2 TKH LOUISVILLE XJCNTUCKY 1 m VI 57 tf fevers use Syrup of Figo Â¬ PERSONAL For Sale on Terms to Suit the Times AltBrS riiiwt 1 p o 3 J-j- - MTJBEA2 VI Â¬ M aroiacKr t bo03eslxJise Five Dollar Reduction w c 8 -- I Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ - Liquor Merchant State-at-larg- Â¬ IK SHLE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 i IIw it 1 llJ j mt n otJjsswjiri msf i 2a t t v V LI I m At4 I 3 1 SWATCHES WATCHES WATCH ESK-V y f fK i i d t rftt V--- a H rj fli V Solid gold watcUss LadlesRold Mled watches 881250 lBtoS25 2i to G0 A nice plated watch warranted 6 years for 10 20 Tills genuine Walthnm silver filed watch screw bezzel cae front and back Dust and water proof for S7B0 The best watch for the price Gents gold filled watches 50 to 125 1250 15 to 40 Solid gold watches 25 TkOi Vl i A S8E3XJBE3Ii3 JC3 7 N i After a bitter contest Mr HOUSES UNROOFED TREES Henry T Duncan editor of the BliOWJf DOWN Daily Press won the nomination for Mayor of Lexington in the And Wagons Turned Over primary election Thursday defeat One of the heaviest storms of ing Mr J B Simrall a promiCol John O wind and rain ever known here nent druggist visited this city yesterday after Hodges editor of the Observer The tin was nominated for Senator Capt noon about 2 oclock blown off the South W H May for Representative roof was block on east Broadway and and Capt S G Sharp ex State windows blown in letting the Treasurerfor City Collector Judge rain pour into the Capital office Jas Jewell was also nominated for the office of Messrs E H Taylor re election as Police Judge Sons and the Kentucky Jr Seeks a Divorce Buggy and Harness Co The tin roof was also blown off of the Mrs Hume Clay whose husband three story building on the south is now confined in the penitentiary east corner of Main and Ann here for forging his grandfathers streets and nearly every shade name for a large amount has givtree in the State House yard had en notice that she will file suit for limbs torn off and some were divorce at the next term of the blown down as were the electric Bourbon Circuit Court light poles and a gas post on the IJetters at Square Shade trees all over the Advertised Kentucky Frankfort city were uprooted or had limbs Below will list adver broken off a covered wagon was tised letters be found a weekof ending for the standing in front of Mr George August 26 1893 Trv tt B Salenders on St Clair street a linn MnmT Buckner Samuel Lee Mattie over- Buford Liddie was struck by the storm Kemp Susan turned and the horses unhitched Desherb Albert Mosby Emma G M McCormick F L telephone wires were considerably Dunbar J M Newman Nannie Carter mixed up and the finial on the Chiles James L Prillaman E M Chandler John Pierce Mrs L Christian Church spire bent over Debard Nathan Robinson 0 D Orauch Millard Reed D E At the First Presbyterian Church Davis Milton Ross P A the sash of one of the windows in Fields Eliza Sanford Charles Goodin Eb Scroggin the tower was blown out letting Graves Samuel Sullivan JJohn L T Schumidt Mr in so much rain that a large quan- Hudson J W L Jones Toles tity of plastering fell off and a JohnsonEdMartha Staver Sophie w M limb blown from one of the trees Jackson Walter Tell W L Sanders Willie Leach Charles fell upon the iron fence and broke Lukes Chrirles Vogt George Letcher George it When calling for these letters say The storm came from the south advertised J M Saffell P M and lasted but a short time but Mr Thomas Batte editor the rain poured down for a few Graphic Texarkana Arkansasof the has found what he believes to be the best minutes Â¬ WINDWORK Lexingtons Primary LOUISYIIiliE TOBACCO MAR Â¬ KET PUKNISHED BY GLOVER DURRETT LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Summer Goods MUST GfO Sales on our market for the week just closed amount to 1 389hhds with receipts for the same period of 1479 hhds Sales on our market since Jan uary 1st amount to 90408 hhds Sales of the crop of 1892 on our market to this date amount to 93197 hhds We have had another week of ir Â¬ regularity and unsatisfactory values The offerings continue small as hold- Â¬ ers are not willing to meet the pres Â¬ ent market We lower quotations on some grades The following quotations fairly rep Â¬ resent our market for new burley to- Â¬ bacco 1892 crop Trash dark or damaged 3 50 4 00 tobacco Common Colory trash 4 25 5 00 Medium to good colorv Â¬ Â¬ STRHW Ladies Kid Oxfords hkts At Â¬ Common lugs not colory 4 00 Common Colory lugs 5 00 Medium to good colory lugs 7 00 Common to medium leaf 7 00 9 00 Medium to good leaf Good to fine leaf 11 00 seiecc or wrappery 15 00 tobacco trash 5 00 00 00 50 8 00 9 00 11 00 15 00 20 00 At alomst your own price Guaranteed Cure New Dis- Â¬ covery for Consumption Coughs and Colds upon this condition If you are afflicted with a Cough Cold or any Lung Throat or Chest trouble and will use this remedy as directed giving it a fair trial and experience no benefit you may return the bottlo and have your money refunded We could not make this offer did wo not know that Dr Kings New Dis covery cocrid be relied on Ifcnovof disappoints Trial bottles free at Phil Gabpentbks Drug Stora Largo size 6O0 and 100 2 Â¬ now 50c gist to sell Dr Kings We authorize our advertised drug Â¬ Â¬ Ladies Tan Cold Oxfords 75c 1 Â¬ lot of Ladies S350 Oxfords now 2 THE LAKE ROUTE TO THE WORLDS FAIR VIA PICTURESQUE MACKINAC Â¬ Wants to Go Abroad Hon Jerry South of Arkansas who is spending the summer with his mother near Jetts Station is an applicant for the Corean Mission If a petition signed by the citizens of this county would induce the President to give him the place Bud would not have much trouble in getting a pretty lengthy one Â¬ remedy in existence for flux His ox- Serience is well worth remembering Last summer I had a very severe attack of flux I tried almost every known remedy none giving relief Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy was recom Â¬ mended to me I purchased a bottle and received almost immediate relief I continued to use the medicine and was entirely cured I take pleasure in recommending this remedy to any person suffering with such a disease as in my opinion it is the best medl 25 and 50 cent oine in existence bottles for sale by J W Gayle Avoid the heat and dust by traveling the Floating Palaces of the Detroit te Cleveland Steam Navigation Company Two new steel passenger steamers havo just been built for this upper Lako route costing 300000 each and aro guaranteed to be the grandest largest safest and fastest steamers on the Lakes speed 0 miles per hour running timo between Cleveland Toledo and Chicago less than 50 hours Four trips per week between Toledo Detroit Alpena Mackinac Petos key and Chicago Daily trlpB between Detroit and Cloveland during July and August double dally service will be main Â¬ tained giving a daylight rido across Lake Erio Dally servico between Cleveland y First class stateroom and accommodations and menu and exceed ingly low Round Trip Rates Tho pala tial equipment tho luxury of tho appoint ments makes traveling on these steamers thoroughly enjoyablo Send for illus- Â¬ trated pamphlet Address A A Schantz QP A Detroit Cleveland Steam Nav Co Detroit Mich on Put-Iu-Ba- Lower Fiic es 8ii hi l Low Cut Sloes tz jfj Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I MCLURE r rti liucklens Arnica Snlve r I Knr vv uto tA The best salve brick Bruises Soros in the world for Outs Ulcers Salt Rheuin dwelling of eight rooms and bath Â¬ Fever Sores Tetter Chapped Hands TJxo Verdict Unanimous room centrally located on the Chilblains Corns and all Skin Erup tions north side either furnished or un- Â¬ no pay and positivelyis cures Piles or required It guaranteed to It pleases the lawyer and his client furnished Possession given Oc- give satisfaotlGn or money refunded too to have the verdiot of the jury Price 25 cents per box For sale by Apply at Crutcher unanimous A great jury composed tober 1st 8 ly Phil Carpenter of the American public has rendered Starks 572t an unanimous verdiot on Dr Halos Household Cough Ouro as a modicine A Kottoi Location Dr Halos Household Ointment agreeing that its promise of a speedy cure for coughs colds and bronchial Mrs Elizabeth Walcutt of this Is the finest remedy in ttio world troubles are always carried out to the letter This pleasant verdict has not city finding her house on tho North It absolutely cures catanh It cures Cures been obtained without great pains Side in toChicago inconvontaut for Neuralgia and Rhoumatism visitors takon to mako it the best cough ouro 4225 Lako the Fair haB rented No Piles like magic Ouros Salt Rheum Avenue whioh is two in tho most soothing manner Cures on the market Try a bottlo when you have a cough or cold and you blocks from tho Lako and only a half Inllamod and Granulated Eyolids mile from tho Pair Grounds Tho Cures Coughs and Colds Can bo will belong to the unanimous over location is a lovely one after For sale by P H Carpenter sits off by itself and plentytho house takon internally A positive specific of fresh for pneumonia Outs Brulsos Burns 1 druggist air can be obtain She will furnish Chilblains Sores of long standing and aro curod quickly For Malaria Liver Trou Â¬ lodging dinnertwofor meals breakfast Corns and Bunionseluo superior to all and late 150 per day different from all wish or Indigestion use If you 4225 to soouro rooms address else it has no equal 25 and 50o boxes nor at Lake Avonuo Chicago Largo size ohoapest Sold at Carpen BROWNS IRON BITTERS 8 turs drug 8toro For Rent Two story i tn j KK I Â¬ q V H ac vi M ble fc U 2 July 30 ly o Ma iv Aita arifc 7VN i fcK II -- FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT until after the completion of the new bridge sufficiently H m v j Entered tit ttio post offlco at Frankfort Kentucky ns second class mailable matter GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT AUGUST 26 1808 A Good Work Begun Nearly every city council which has been in office for years has ordered sidewalks to be laid in front of the property on the south side of Second street from the Childs property to Logan but for one reason or another the order has been rescinded or its execution defeated until the present This body re council came in for the work early newed the order in the spring and gave the proper- ty owners sixty days in which to have it executed but no attention The was paid to it as usual council however unlike many of its predecessors was in earnest aboutthe matter determined that their order should be carried out advertised for bids which were re ceived and on Friday night the contract was awarded to Messrs I T Taylor and Robert Glore who have given bond and gone to work This is as it should be for Second street is one of the prettiest and principal thoroughfares of the city and why it should have been allowed to remain in an unfinished and unsightly condition for so many years When is Hard to understand the work is completed it will add very materially to the value and appearance of the property as well as beautify the street and it is hoped will encourage the present or incoming council to push the work further and require every person in the city who owns a lot to put down a sidewalk in front of it and it will not be many years before we have decent streets all over the city Let this be tle entering wedge keep the ball roiling and elect no one to the next council who is not a live progressive man one who is not tainted with mossback ideas and will do all he can for the im provement and advancement of We have now a first the city class city council lets re elect every member of that body who will consent to serve and com plete the number with men equalPolitics has no place ly as good Level in the council chamber with proheaded business men gressive idea are those the city need9 and should have to sit in council there Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ to insure Action on this resolution was postponed to August 29th U V Williams President G T Blacklex Secretary It is very important that the school should be taught the full term and no postponement of the Fully opening should be made one half the pupils who attend the school live on the South Side and are not compelled to cross the bridge and a great number of the scholars who reside on the North Side are of sufficient size to take care of themselves so it would be manifestly unjust to require so large a majority to remain out of school simply because the parents of a minority are afraid for them to cross the river The placing of guards at the bridge or ferry to look after and take care of the little tots is a good move and will go a great way towards allaying the fears of parents for the safety of their little Let the school be darlings opened on time and the guards or some other means be provided for the protection of the children There is no certainty when the bridge will be completed perhaps not until December and the children would lose a great deal of valuable time safety in crossing Â¬ Â¬ Taken in time CTon Consump Â¬ tion yields to tho wonderful effects of Dr Piercoa Qoldon w DRUGS IVlcKEE HARD1E DRU G IST TjTT wont mako new lungo but it will mako Disoorory It onos Medical diseased when nothing else will Theres reason for it too Consump tion is Lung scrofula For every form of scrofula and all blood tainte tho Discov Â¬ ery Is a positlvo euro Its tho most potent strength restorer blood cloans6r and flesh builder known to medical Bcienco For Weak Lungs Spitting of Blood Bronchitis Asth Â¬ ma Catarrh and all lingering Coughs its an unoqualed remedy Its a guaranteed Â¬ hoalthy HALLS OLD STAND FRANKfORT KY We keep a full line of AND PATENT - MEDICINES l one If it doesnt benefit or cure you have your monoy back Youve everything to gain from it nothing to lose Its especially potent in curing Tetter Salt rhoum Eczema Erysipelas Boils Carbun Â¬ cles Bore Eyes Goitre or Thick Neck and Enlarged Glands Tumors and Swellings Groat Eating Ulcers rapidly heal under ita benign influence And cordially ask our friends to give us a call J Mi s W MoKEE HAKJDIE Jnn21 ly - C L GATIB 7 l kw i iK Tho Bridge Safe As a good deal of uneasiness has been felt about the old St Clair street bridge many persons fearing to cross it at the request of the Mayor Prof Nelson exairined the south end of it and made the following report Office James Potntz lsonc e me ENUINKER ST CLAIR Street Bripoe FRANKFOllT Kt August 22 1893 Lawn Mowers Friends I stand at the HEAD for Hardware anri on LAWN MOWERS I Â¬ Lead The Market e G- - How We Grow Old Tho thread that binds us to life Is most frequently severed ere the meridian of Hie Is reached In the case of persons who neglect obvious means to renew falling strength Ylgor no less tho source of happiness than the condition of long life can be created and Thou perpetuated where It does not exist sands who have experience or are cognizant lncudlng many physlclnns of eirlnence or the effect of Hostetters Stoma h Bittersu bear testimony to Us wondrous pfDcacy and creator of strength In feehlo constitutionssteady A debilitated and shattered systems performance of the bodily functions renewed appetite flesh and nlgntly reinse attend the use of tnls thorough and standard renovnnt Use no locil tonic repr sentedto be uklutoor Demand resemble It In effects In ts place Â¬ Esq Mayor Richard Tobin Frankfort Ky Dear Sik I beg to report to you that you can for the present remove all restrictions as to travel across the St Clair street bridge except that applying to Weight of wagons and loads and that closing These two are the sidewalks necessary and will remain so until the present structure is disused I will report to you so soon as the reconstuction of this bridge requires that travel over the river at this point should be regulated or cared for otherwise than at Yours truly present J P Nelson Engineer in Charge 2 inch - jfOiEar djioiisr 400 450 500 MgJwHMJLiJLaJLwLJLwL 323 IQE50iDX7A3r Street- - i BRASS KETTLES ENAMELED KETTLES GRANITE KETTLES TIN RJETTTLKS FOR PRESERVING FRUIT r Â¬ How to Become Fleshy Dr Milen Nervine not only cures all nurvoiiH dixetihes lieadacne blues out prorttratmii sleeplessness 8t Vitus dance fits and hyuteria but uIho builds up the body I um plemied lo say that after years rheumatisms of intense Butterim with nervous dis Â¬ ease headucbe and prostration I tried Dr Milea Restorative Nervine A Beautiful Wedding and in two weeka gained eicht pounds in weight I could not lie down to Roundabout Editor sleep but now sleep perfoctly easy The prettiest wedding we have and am still improving wonderfully had on Cedar Run for a long time CannotL say enough for the Nervine B MiWiARD Dunkirk N was that of Miss Minnie Thomas Mrs One customer used Nervine Y son to Mr John E Johnston which and gained fiftoon pounds in flesh took last place Wednesday Aug saysY Biiown Mavbury Cortland N Triul bottles 23d 1893 at 8 oclock p m book free at J W CJavleoand elegant 3 The ceremony was performed by Shelby Appointed Rev H G Henderson of Frank- Â¬ fort in the presence of a large u un HAtiiilnn mtilAl remedy for Indigestion malaria neivousness constipation nver auu kiuiicj vuuiijiuuub mm la tin tlpknmvlpilrrpif lUurnlKiii nr Masons Fruit Jars Plain Glass Fruit Jars Stone Fruit Jars and Tin Cans For Preserving T7- i22 Hi Â¬ Â¬ To Protect the Children In view of the fact that many persons are apprehensive that their little ones will be running great risk in crossing the river either upon the old bridge as it now stands or upon a ferry if estab lished in going to and from school the Board of School Trustees held a meeting on Tuesday evening to devise means of quieting the fears of the patrons of the school and the following is the result of their deliberations At a called meeting of the School Board held Aug 22nd to consider the effect of the condition of the St Clair street bridge on the approaching session of the City School it was Resolved That the council of the city of Frankfort be requested to join the School Board in the expense equally of supplying two guards to protect the school children in crossing either the bridge or such other means of transit as may be provided while attending the city school and that the council take such action as it may deem poper in the premises before the 29th day of August A resolution was offered post poning the opening of the schools Â¬ Â¬ number of the brides relatives The groom is a and friends young farmer who lives near Virginia The West Salem bride is the beautiful daughter of Mr D A Ihomasson ana nas endeared herself to a large circle of friends through her superior qualities and accomplishments We doubt if any young lady ever lived in this seetion of the country who had more friends or who was more highly esteemed by all She will be great who knew her ly missed both in social circles and in the Church and Sunday school at this place We commend her to the good people of West Salem while our prayers and good wishes are that she may live a long happy and well-to-d- o Â¬ Â¬ The appointment of Major Thomas M Shelby of Lexington as Collector of Internal Revenue of this the seventh district to succeed Mr Thos C McDowell was announced from Washington He will Thursday afternoon probably take charge of the office It is underearly in September stood that Mr Ben T Farmer will be appointed the Deputy Collector in this city and any number of applicants hope to be gaugers and storekeepers Â¬ JLmT mJ JUT t Uw tr D Marl8 ly WWlMTfl BRIPFITH For removing Stamps emd Hocks For yuarry mea and Well diggers Safe easily bandied and cheap For full Information and price address LOUISVILLE KY St SBlVTPLyB V CO JACOB SWIGERT li Bought the Outilt Mr Â¬ useful life F Wrist Cut Mr Jake Ahler was handling a bottle Wednesday afternoon when it burst in his hands cutting an ugly gash in his left wrist Fortunately no leaders were cut and he will soon be all right again Â¬ Robert Choate has pur- Have chased from Messrs Congleton ON MAIN STEET TO Bros the machinery of the planing mill formerly operated by Co in Messrs J B Hamilton BasemEnt nf the Capital Hotel the old factory building at the foot of the alley between Wash- SSThey will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a ington and Wilkinson streets on short time the river front will take possession on the first of the month and con tinue to operate the same Â¬ Removed From the Batzell Building 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Â¬ HAMEN HURSEYS lif D The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder ftriPiBaking USJPowder PRICES No Ammonia No Alum Trotting Races Wednesday Oct 18 FIRST RACE SECOND RACE No Entrance Fee I AT PEPPERS TBAOK 100 Set of Harness Used in Millions of Homes AprlUM 40 Years the Standard For Trottlnsr or Pacing 60 Set of Harness A 2 year old Stake Everybody Invited to witness the great races I V7 222 OlasB Admission Free -- w r k m f 5 I ft- - I XII AR ti W W i IT ft I Confidence u V KW f v TO wl And people are taking advantage of the BARGAINS that are being offered by Hr Restored DR I 9 They must go to make room for the arrival of the new incumbent Mr Watch and his accessories Stolen Goods Ilicl In a Tree While the snow was on the ground last January the young son of Mr W A Milton who lives on the turnpike road which leads from Bridgeport to Benson in this county was out hunting rabbits on his fathers place and tracked one to a hollow tree near by In his search for the rabbit he found a bundle which had been nicely rolled up and placed in the hollow of the tree before the snow fell Upon investigation he found the bundle contained two nice new silk dresses and a plush throw One of the dresses was pink and the other black Mr Milton still holds the goods and does not know what to do with them He says that his family cannot afford to wear silk dresses even though they cost nothing and that he will hold them for a few weeks longer and if no one calls for them he will allow his daughter to cut them up and make quilts of them Base Ball coppersmith the jeweler Real Estate Transfers Mr K L Banta has purchased from his father Mr H G Banta a lot fronting thirty two foot on vr i FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT AUGUST 26 1893 A W I KELLEY WWI CROMWELL EY-AT-LA- W OF CINCINNAT 10 will be at the ATTORN RJBAZ ITT ILL A Vision of Tobacco f iy Written for the Roundabout In the country called Virginia where the pais ago of Potomac thunders throunh the rocks of BlueRIdge meeting Shennnndoah waters rending mountain rib asunder rushing on toward the thoseaj througn the cleft of rocks a picture catch of smooth deep horizon In the distance the plain country where from tumult and con- Â¬ fusion one could pass the breach and softly swing to rest mid cool deep shadows lived the old chief Oktlbeehti Seminole so well beloved told men of the weed tobacqo called so from the tube or peace pipe whlh the Indians or Carrlbbees smoked the plant transferred by Spaniards to the cherished weed Itself Brave young Mowhawk Mennoterres Bowed with care and grief unspoken Slept besldo the spring enchanted In the valley of Virginia whero the Waters boll In anger stirred to rago By Manatua Wahkan Tauka the great spirit called To him from the dreamland placed Within his hand a package bade him Sow the seed like gold dust In the Waving fields of maize Soon above the ground twas peeping Tiny blades of green the tong leaves Burst Into a shrub without blossoms And the plant grew brown and glistened Burlshed In the glowing sunlight Wahkan Tauka broke the dry leaves crushed Â¬ Them In his hands as sand dust and Into a tube of amber placed tho dry And lragrant weed blew his breath And lol a bright spark lit the odorous Pipe of peace To the warriors lips ho placed It and A cloud of smoke arising told the A game of ball was played near Tribe lhat Wahkan Shecha by tho Hot springs sent the peace pipe to Bethel Church out on the Owen The valley of Virginia ton pike Wednesday afternoon beNever more would Mennetetres think grief and danger Of fear mid tween the Peaks Mill and Flat All his sorrow changed to laughter Messrs Pen Mer- Â¬ Creek nines And to day the weeds a solace Balm for every woe a id heart ache chant Sherley Wintersmith and From the little Arab boot black Henry Lindsey played with the To tho newsboy of New York No sooner ha 1 Columbus landed on the Island Flat Creeks and Dick VanDer very of Cuba in 1492 than a gentlemanly chief to From that day veer Weissiger Lindsey and politely handed him a cigar plant has grown rapidly In favor and Frank this the Barrel played with the savage of from being the solace of the roaming as Peaks Mill Merchant and Van America It has become a luxury universal the habitation of the globe Derveer pitched the two Lindseys A cowboy on the western plain played first base and Wintersmith Grows homesick with a vain regret And thinking thus to deaden pain and Barret played short stop for He lights bis cigarette The Peaks their respective sides The smoke wreaths lightly oer his head sees a vMon pictured there He Mill boys won by a score of 1 1 to Of old Kentucky bright and fair 2 VanDerveers curves being too And lovej ones whom he mourns as dead His mother smiles und whispers low A much for the other fellows Some tender childish song she sings things large crowd witnessed the game Ah me suju little simple Hath power to stir his spirit sot His father chides with loving touch Failed to Get Agaln he feels his kindly hands Uy understands And laughs as he re Notwithstanding Speaker Crisp What used to grieve and trouble much His sister comes with fond caress was petitioned to appoint Hon sHe loved her best thank God she knew Congressman Albert S Berry And gave devotion tried and true itogol In her tenderness An from the sixth district a member Hlsprother calm serene and good of the River and Harbor Com- Stoops down to whisper but a word was never heard Aweeter secret mittee and a resolution making So freelv met and understood out in pleasant plalu the request was passed by the The smoke wieaths JL valley with the Elkhorn nigh River Convention which met in Which ripples us it passes by And sings in laughing happy strum this city last January he left Col A girl and boy walk by tne stwara Berry off and put on a West Vir- Â¬ He raven haired with eyes of brown sweetest lass In Stedmantown She ginia man and we presume it will And sweetheart they in loves young dream be the same old story of the A little grave gross overgrown He sees upon the Elkhorn hllL Kanawha river getting a round A girls glad voice forever still sum in the river and harbor bill own twas his A boys heart broken and the Kentucky receiving a sum But time and tide havo healed the break And finds him faithless In the main about sufficient to start the work He would not call her back again on one lock To bear his cross for loves deur sake Better the sorrow of love alone Illinois Fur better than toll and tho lonely life She would not havo been happy as his wire From Danville 111 Mrs H J Or sntlBtlod with his western hoirie A shadow fulls across his cheek Nabor writes 1 have been using Somebody laughs and he awoke your remedies for aorofula and nra greatly benefited My back was al- Â¬ Tho herd was crossing Sulphur Creek most one solid sore Two boxes of And he had lost hlmself In smoke Dr Hales Household Ointment His sun brown cheek with tears Is wet Ho spurs his tired horso again healed it entiroly And as ho rides across the plain -Prom Olive Hill Ky Mrs M J Ho lights his cigarette Matnoy writes May 13 1892 My N S COX August 8 1893 daughter has boon afflioted with ery Â¬ Â¬ Taylor Avenue and running back three hundred on which he pro IX LEXINGTON KY poses to erect a neat cottage Saturday September 2 1893 B Marshall Co Saturday September 23 1893 Messrs L sold on Monday the east half of Saturday Ootober 14 1893 the two story double brick house HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without surglca operation tin d with little or no pain on the corner of Broadway and REEERENCES Washington streets to Dr B K W McKee Hardie Frankfort Ky J A acott Frankfort Ky Ray Price not given Dr E SI Gober Frankfort Ky i XS9TATM AGBNT tlIai 1 PR1CTIC1 IN THS COURTS 0 ranlln and tho adjoining eountlw aa will alip give-- itwclal attention to tb Durohu and aole or real eatate collection i trnto i and tbe lecotlatJot of loan lnri take tkie MONON ROUTE The Direct and Popular Line to V For Prosecutor Ti fUJj Tec to ma mnnimra ATt T P Tremere as a candidate fori J T Stnten Frankfort Ky V Bcrberieh Frnnkfort hj Rev L P Hulett Benson Ky A H McClure Frankfort Ky V J Hughes Frankfort Ky David Moore Benson Ky Jas M Wlthrow Frankfort Ky Prosecutor of the City Court Mr Tremere is a young lawyer well qualified for the position and will make a faithful officer if so fortunate as to be elected A Small Assignment On Monday Mr Jos Hale a Bellepoint grocer made an assignment to W S Polsgrove for the benefit of his creditors Â¬ DR KELLEYS office and residence Is at 259 West Eighth street Cincinnati und where he ma be found every day of each week except SATUR- Â¬ DAYS Pamphlets describing these diseases and tho mode of treatment sent free to any one W I KELLEY M D by addressing 259 W Eight St Cincinnati 0 CHICAGO And all Points NORTH and WEST ZK1 CONSULTATION FREE Veterinary Remedies PREPAHED BYTHK Vestibuled Trains Dining Car Services Palace Chair Cars Pullman Buffet Sleepers And Only First Classs Accommodations For Further Information Address N T KntictT Veterinary lelidiii Co MT STERLING KY V KEHTUCKYfJK VETERIMARY MEDICINE Reduced Bates The Kentucky Midland offers greatly reduced rates to the following occasions August 30 to September 9 St Louis Worlds Sunday school Union September 2 to October 7 Cincinnati Latonia Races September 4 to 8 Harrodsburg County Fair September 13 to 16 Lexington Colored Fair Septmbtrr 12 to 15 Somerset County Fair C D Bercaw G P A Â¬ Â¬ MM Tirssk 1PZP ft K CO S L Bryant C P A W i I Crush D Pi L LOUISVILLE KY OR rj - Dl At liESSiu ANTI0ST1NE for Splints Curbs Spavin Ac Oollo Remedy Remedy for Pneumo influenza Dlftciuter etc Heel ant o ill Oint ment Eve Lotliiu Btlserhn Ointment fhysi- Blis Skin Lotion AVtct leu ly W01111 ruiler Stimulating Llnlmmt Lter Sborteat and quickest between in Tunic Uterine aedathe Wound Drt Ming Couh Mixture Alterative Fluid Mineral Tonic mid c million 1owders CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT TRADEMARK 1 4 t r Jns Barker G P Chicago Â¬ Â¬ Kentucky Midland Ry Onlr direct line between 4 r W McKee Hardie DRDJGIST T m OLD CLAIR s V i STAND STREET HALLS Frankfort lisle Georgetown Haysville and Paris Fal Â¬ Car Pi Sole Agent For Frankfort Ky Febl8 ra Cyntbiaua Covington mouth and Vl v frT HUSOA Eiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiii ASK FOR TICKETS VII KY Q MIDLAND There Hoot Jil nes ei bO FOR A OltfWH KHi I SEWING WARRANTED ROYAL THAIHS BUN CENTRAL STA4DAHD TIME 18y3 MACHINE 3 SiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiMJimiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiii TIME TABLE MAY 27 I w M A TRAINS E AST Lv I No 1 MI p M i r No 3 No 7 1245 1265 5 YEARS CASE IT WILL NOT CURE Iv Summit Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Frunklort A 700 Lr ElKiiorn 1 Annorroeablo Laxative and NERVE TONIC Sold by Druggists or 6cat by mall 25c 6O0 and 10por package Samplce free TUi Tho Favorite WOXH TCWS43 MKXM HVforthoTeethandBreaUuKic seltzer Duvull 7U6 711 Stamping Ground Georgetown C S Wf Jan Johiuon Newtown I For sale by W McKee Hardie 28 Iv Depot B 718 729 786 742 749 70a 840 846 362 400 411 418 4 24 4 81 01U lv HALLS OLD STAND r Purls tentrevllle Klzibetu aifi 0 PA INo 2 C 816 2U 460 51 2 615 523 880 No 4 110 125 145 155 205 220 245 305 820 890 345 i c- - NOTICE the same to the undersigned properly proven Anyone knowing themselv 8 Indebted to the sumo estate will nlfme call and settle FRANKrORTSAKETY VAULT fc TRUST CO Adiur Mirguret Bercln Aug23 lm TRAINS WEST Lv Vr MIPHIIHIPK 60 660 600 612s ALL PER40NS HAVING 0LAIM3 AOAINST eatato of Margaret BerRln will present lr Ar r Elizabeth Centervllle funs 16 iiiiniiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiis PARIS CLASSICS INSTITUTE the hlghoi t advantages for culture and Full Collet Course with ex scholarship Location at cellent Preparatory Department tractive healthful and accessible Genuine home comforts Accommodations Hrst cltss in ever particular Cat ilouts sent on application Jul-15-Â¬ Â¬ Kentucky MRS M W BERRY Paris Ky LADIES Needing a tonic or children who want build- lu up should toko BROWNtf IKON 11ITTKIIS It Is pleasant cures Malaria Indigestion BllloiuneH Liver Complaints and Neuralgia sipelas in her eyes from infanoy She is now past 12 years old and one 25o Ic costs no more box has cured her to get tho best Qet a box at P H 1 Carpenters drug store W J CHIP JR Will oractlec in all State Courts Of fice second floor Cuahm House Job work neatly exe cuted at this office v 10 80 66 RS2 g Has aarge High Arm 7 08 1042 862 Haa a Selfoettlng Needle 1 1049 Ar Eilcliorn 715 905 BelftUreaulng Shuttle U Has 721 1056 915 Ar Summit p Has No Equal In Constructlea A 1105 Ar Frankfort 730 920 E Haa a Mechanical Appearaaee g Has an Klegnnt Finish m G Has a N A connects with L lee t a uj usun ea 1 B connects with Q C and L S Positive Take up a Has a ier Has Stylish Furniture C connects with K C S Haa More Good Sewlne Quftlltlei and a Sdoea a Larger Range of General Work g Effective May 27th and during the summer tbo gthan any Sewing Machine In the World g following Sunday scutdulo will be lu eirect SUNDAY TRAINS g Examine THE ROYAL top points f 1 5 Frnnkfort 745 a m a East No 840 leaies at exouienoe and yon win No arrives Purls 9 15n m GeorcttoAn buy no other 1 3 leines Frankfort 840 p in Georgetown 450 arrives at Paris 525 p m ROYAL S M 00 Rockford I1L Wiur No 6 leuves Paris 9 30 n ni GeorgeÂ¬ town 1005 arrives Frankfort 1105 a m No 4 loaves Paris 6f0 p m Georgetown 030 arrlveu BiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiMiiiiiiiiiriiiiiiiiiui at Frankfort 7 30p m The Kentucky Midland Railway and conneo tlons form the shortest and cheapest route to all points north south east and west Â¬ For further information apply to their ngenta C D BERCAW E B WEITZKL City Tltlcet Agent Gen Pais Ait IS B ArGeoiKetown Ar lonnson lr nuvnll Ar StuinulnK Ground r Swltzer Newtown 0 S Depot 1010 1017 1023 915 9S0 92S 949 INo8INo13 M5 627 463 443 425 h 630 635 642 648 749 ai2 03 I t M flf 1 n ff h i i GBOTb HARPER Gen tiupt vAi tf iliMimiwmti mLJaLLJJBW - uA iittwni frtttiU tUk S jLiu I JL BW sft 9l W f t HmVIMTKK ii 4 IK2jr3ESHAir3S2I3r3 WTi - 9 vt Fruit Cans Water Coolers Ice Cream Freezers Coal Oil Stoves Mason Jars Refrigerators Gasoline Stoves Screen Cloth 4 4 N in I r u Si fv 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 i f v t rf v i Sv 00X1117 RELIGIOUS II WW Willi III llll WIMHIilll I IWIUHIIIiWHIHI V TP3K mt HHH Â¬ c L B TPC MARSHALL H SET W A GAINES i5fl tended the Baptist Association at Bethel Church this week Among Fikst Presbyterian Church others were Mrs 011a B Suttles No services to morrow and Mr and Mrs James Tracy Mrs Betsy Ann Moore and Southern Presbyterian Church daughter of Frankfort visited Thoro will be no services to inorrow relatives and friends here this week Episcopal Church There will The school being taught here by be no services to morrow morning or Miss 011a Suttles is a decided suc evening cess Christian Church Rev H B Mrs Joe Williams made a busi- Â¬ Smith pastor of the Christian Church ness trip to Frankfort last Tues- Â¬ Dover Ky will preach at 11 a m day to morrow No service at night Notwithstanding the exceeding- Â¬ ly dry weather Messrs Joe Wil- Â¬ Methodist Church Rev H G liams James Tracy and W Harrod Henderson will preach to morrow have each raised some good corn morning at 11 oclock Union service on their farms at night Mr Harry Hukell cleaned out Sunday school meets at 930 a m a shallow well that had been Catholic Church The usual commenced and abandoned some services at the Church of the Good time ago and after drilling through Shepherd to morrow will be con- Â¬ a rock about five feet water gushed ducted by Rev Father W E Gorey up through the drill hole and now the pastor he has plenty of water High mass at 8 a m low mass When times are dull it is very at 10 a m andvespers at 300 p m refreshing to hear some one speak Yes Baptist Church Rev Charles E a good word for tliem You see I agreed times are dull Nash of Louisville will preach at 11 oclock The pastor invites all to to help him with his wheat cutting hear him as he is one of the leading and threshing and take my pay No Si 50 a day in wheat at 40 cents young ministers of Kentucky Mr Nash a bushel So you see I got nearly services in the evening will preach at the Methodist Ohuroh four bushels of wheat lor my days in the evening at the union meeting work while last year I done the Sunday school at 930 a m in the same work and didnt get quite chapel tvobushels a day The Ridge and vicinity is billed The last of the union meetings of with the announcement of a con- Â¬ the season will be held at the Metho Â¬ vention to be held at the court- Â¬ dist Church to morrow evening at 8 house in Frankfort to nominate oclock Rev 0 E Nash of LouisÂ¬ a Representative for the county ville will preach the sermon and be in the interest of the assisted in the services by the other persumabiy Why this conPeoples Party ministers of the city vention should be called and what Rev W C Taylor commenced a makes a third part necessary the protracted meeting at South Benson bill does not explain for it cerChurch Monday evening and has tainly seems that with two great been preaching to good congrega- Â¬ parties so utterly opposed to each tions each evening and there has other that if a citizen cannot get been one addition to the Church what he wants in one he could try Mr Taylor preaches again to morrow the other at 1030 a m and 730 p m and the The bill seems to indicate that meetings will continue through next the two old parties are in partner- Â¬ week with services both morning and ship This must be a mistake for the evening at the above hours present Congress dont show much agreement between the two Pea Ilidjjo The bill clearly sets up two principles First everything is Mr Peter Quire of Pleasant wrong Second we are the fellows Ridge visited relatives here last Â¬ Â¬ All school trustees and teachers are aware how difficult it is to induce patrons to furnish a sufficient number of books for pupils Those who really cannot afford them can get them by giving their names to the trustees who will get the books required of the County Superintendent a very simple matter But here is the difficulty Who is so poor that they cant furnish books for their children None will have their names on what they call the pauper list if they have no books this week they expect to get them soon next week Perhaps meantime the teachers do the best they can without them Now if the trustees being furnished with a list of books absolutely necessary by the teacher and presenting that list to the County Superintendent could get a few books give them to the teachers who could loan not give them to the pupils during the lessons keep them at the school- house and return them to the trustees at the end of the school term who could hold them subject to the order of the County Superintendent no one would suffer loss of dignity or have their feelings hurt besides being easier for the teacher and a benefit to the scholar Extra Coppers Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ u m L B MARSHALL CO r Real Estate and Insurance Ags Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a Real estate bought sold or leased share of the insurance patronage line of both city and country property for sale at all times A good m m OFFICE 236 MAIN STEEET - FOR SALEA FRAME FOR SALR miles from Frankfort COTTAGE OF THREE ROOMS lot 150 by 150 feet on Short street South Side To a desirable party with a small amount of cash could arrange to sell on easy weekly payments A GARDEN proved FARM OF 12 located on a ACRES WELL IM good turnpike road 3 h ii 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 n small cash payment can arrange to pay the balance In weekly Installments Forks of Elkhoiu SALE THE CHESS WARREN OFFER WE property FORthe Forks of Elkhom consist- Â¬ at ing of a two story framo residence of eight rooms a trame cottage of six rooms andÂ¬ This property Is cen several vacant lots trally located and Is very desirable for either resi- Â¬ dence or business property COTTAGES ON THE TnREE located nud In good SOUTH SIDE neighborhood Prices three m M jji Â¬ BUILDING LOTS MEDIUM PRICED BUILDING SITES WE deslru to call special attention to the Bar Â¬ rett lots on Holmes street Two new residencesÂ¬ have Just been completed on u partof this prop erty and we have one more lot 50 by 200 teet which we will sell at a bargalh to some desirable party who will build immediately Â¬ FOR SALE ments at Thorn Hill at a bargain- WITn OF FIVE A GARDEN FARM rooms and other Improve residence of five property will be sold ACRES Â¬ This The Fire and Police CommisROOMS COTTAGE sioners on Thursday night elected In A FRAME street we are OF SEVENproperly IsON South Side This Con way good repair and authorized to rent It at Payne and H Clay Messrs 15 per month Lafayette Wells as extra policeST0RT FRAME RESIDENCES OF NINE They also passed an order 2TW0 each on North St Claslrstreot onand one men Shelby story frame residence of six rooms requiring policemen to attend all two between Cross and Campbell South Side street property Is well located and would mnke a fires to protect the firemen and This desirable home The lot Is 40 by 200 feet COTTAGE OF HAVE very WE rooms A DESIRABLE for sale This FIVE prop on Hlghvlew their apparatus erty has a lot 112 by 102 feet and would make a Â¬ FORJEHT for sale Â¬ HIGHVIEW Â¬ very desirable home IrsHiLoirs FOR RENT 100 BUILDING ON I0TS ESL CURE fi SIX ROOMS A BRICK RESIDENCE OFgiven May 1st Broadway Possession OFFER FOR WE building lots on hundred dollars each SALE A NUMBER 0F wilklnson street at one Throat Cures Consumption CoughsonCroup Soro a Guarantee Sold by all Druggists or Chest Shiloho Porous For a Lame Side Back yatWfactioni as cents Plaster will give great Mrs T S Hawkins Chattanooga Tenn sfcyB SMtoft Yttaltzar SAVED MY consider it tlie best remtdufor adebUitatedwtem For I ever usedoscolfl Dyspepsia Liver or Kidney Prlco75cta troublo It ARSHALL CO SKIILOHS V1TALIZER LMl HILOHStkCATARfcH Itwlll TTonvnii Catarrh 0ry thla Remedy This In Â¬ relieve and Cure you Price 50 ctB urnlshed jector or ltesucwisaful treatment isf us oa a Remedies are free SbllobBgive satisfaction sold by guarantee to week During the protracted meeting at the Bridgeport Christian Church quite a number of our people attended regularly and several join- Â¬ When the meeting closed ed week the church had sixty last three additional members Mrs Lena Tracy of Frankfort visited Mrs James Tracy this week Mr Sam Tracy accompanied by Miss Hattie Belle Tracy and Miss Fanny Crutcher left last Wednesday for a weeks visit to relatives in Shelby county All friends of Sunday schools are requested to attend Pea Ridge Sunday school to morrow at 3 oclock p m Members and friends of other districts and schools are especially invited A number of our people at Â¬ to set them right When timeb are dull and money scarce it is pleasant to know that money is plentiful with some peo pie and times as a matter of A case in point course easy Having business in an adjoining county the scribe called on a resident one evening and stayed all night In the morning having use for twenty five dollars and mention ing it to the host he turned back the carpet in his sitting room picked up a sack and removed a small section of the floor under which was a barrel when the top was removed the scribe saw the barrel was about two thirds full of silver dollars Reaching down into the barrel and getting the amount needed the host handed it to the scribe with the remark that his financial arrangements were better and safer than any banking system Â¬ REMEDY ine Furniture f COMPLETE STOCK Of ail the Newest and Prettiest Patterns In order to make room for our lare stock of Fall goods we will offer special For sale by W Jan 28 McKee Hardie ly HALLS OLD STAND Dancing Class MHS At KATIE STRAUSS on WILL OPEN HER Saturday fouroclosk September 2d Capital Hotel 51 lt Henry Showalter PUBLIC AUCTIONEER Aug 20 lm Sheep for Sale T J class time HAVE FOR SALE 100 HEAD OF FIRST ewes which I will selCoii six months Also a few Shropshire and Sjuth Down bucks tlmt I will n flip world aehea m u20U Forks of KlkUom Ky R ROGERS rrrif ii SON 1 in If 1 iimmi i Mi w -- iinwwiiN 1 u wmm4mmmmMiammmm A k iNDHiMnini ik wmifcwuMMUt J wiuvMaiibntuwurxHAiMMhvaL 11 tavfid mwmmmmmummmmth 1 jm mu iwrifliMwrewwwraawH nm iimtaMj -- iiiwTrnmT n iiiinniiiifii mmmi hm imiwii nil ii 1 1 mmiiiimmi iiibi hiiii P JuLJiifc in iiw nmwi f ii r v v it uMiigc Our Location for Business Ft Some time thiis 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 larg stock in store and warehouses in the rear of store G eneral Xjigflat and ZEaZearvsr Haid ware XTall Paper aiaraaess Saddler3r DPstints Oils Wagons Sasla O lass Iron VarnishPlaster IDoors Blinds Pliie PipeSlurries ZESocl z 22oorlng Qement Sewer Iron Lime Tools Harness Leatner Pipe Seather XR7ire SpokesSalt Lace G arden Pirns I2ope Pisningr OTacfele Oia tlery and Binder XTneels ZT sxrine Hose and La n Zo sTers c3cc IBr-u-slxe- s G--uarante- ed ml - Apents for STATE MEETING SES Â¬ f i TZSTsLlter JL Wood iLZCoTnrers BV1 M J sunci BirLders Opposite the Farmers Bank THE 4 Cor Main and Lewis Streets C at night on A COLLINS Born Â¬ a large congregation A unanimous vote of thanks FIFTY THIRD ANNUAL SION IN THIS CITY Tlic Christian Womens Board of Missions The fifty third annual convention of the State Christian Missionary Society was held with the Christian Church in this city this week beginning Monday night and closThe con ing Thursday evening ventoin opened with a mass meeting at 8 oclock Monday evening which was presided over by Rev W R Ilyon and addresses were delivered by several prominent ministers Tuesday was occupied by the tenth annual session of the ChristÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ ian Womens Board of Missions An address of welcome was de livered by Miss Mannie Powell of - W t t Bfv P fffr this city and responded to by Mrs Harrison the president The balance of the day was taken up with receiving reports of committees reports of officers and reading of papers by different members The enrollment showed 275 delegates present and a membership of 1 700 being an increase of 600 members during the year Mrs Harrison of Lexington was The following officers were re elected President and Miss place SScre elected for the ensuing year Sublett of the same Mrs Hagerman wa conRev I J Spencer of Winchestary tinued as Superintendent of Chi- ter President Rev J S Kendrick of Dan ldrens Work Tuesday evening an interesting ville First Vice President address was delivered by Dr RP Rev J L Darsie of Versailles China Maclin Missionary to Second Vice President morning the conWednesday W F Rogers of Bardstown vention proper was opened with Secretary the president Rev W S Keene Virgil McClure of Lexington of Covington in the chair Treasurer Rev George Darsieof this city H W Elliott of Sulphur was of welcome continued as financial agent in the delivered an address which was full of pleasantry and field The session closed Thursday good spirit He interspersed his remarks with some witty allusions evening with a song service led by to the late Legislature and the Rev P H Duncan and an ad penitentiary and spoke of the dress by Rev L H Stine sub forgiving spirit of Frankfort to ject Christs Errand Lexington and Louisville The selection of the next place ward president responded in appro- of meeting in 1894 was left with The priate terms and then read his an- the Executive Committee Four hundred and twenty five delnual report The report of the Board of egates were in attendance among Managers showed receipts for the them many of the most promiyear for State work of 5510146 76 nent and influential men in the and for missionary purposes of all history of the church in the State It further such as President Robert Graham sorts 6041920 showed that in the evangelical work and President C L Loss of the forty four ministers were employed Bible College and Kentucky Uniin the field who report 2131 ad- versity respectively Prof J B ditions days of work 6 139 num- Skinner Elder R T Mathews ber of sermons preached 4079 Prof J B Jones of Lexington Sunday Prof W H Bartholemew C W churches aided 541 Dick and V W Doris of Louisschools organized 42 The Treasurers report showed a ville G W Yancy of Cynthiana deficit of about 500 which was Prof B F Turner of Sulphur and Geo T Walden of London made up Rev J S Sweeney addressed England Â¬ Where the Bible the subject speaks we are silent and where the Bible is silent we speak Wednesdays session was taken up with reports of committees and the consideration of miscel laneous business The measure provoking the most discussion was a resolution reported by Rev W A Gibson of Simpsonville chairman of the Committee on Resolutions recommending to the churches the use of unfermented wines altogether at communion The passage of the resolution was ably advocated by Mrs Hager man of Louisville and Rev Mr Cake of Maysville and opposed by Profs McGarvey and Loos of Lexington The opposition putting their objection upon the ground that the Greek word transwine means fermented lated wine and the advocates of the resolution arguing from a purely temperance standpoint The resolution was defeated The Committee on Future Work recommended the continued maintenance of schools in the mounsustaining tain country and churches in several districts in different parts of the State Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ was tendered to the people of Crutcher In this city on Tues Â¬ Frankfort for the hospitable man- day August 22d to Mr Richard ner in which the convention was Crutcher and wife a daughter entertained and many of the dele gates were loud in their praise of the treatment they received He Thinks He Will Win iP0fRq Â¬ Hon W C P Breckinridge has written a letter to Judge G W Craddock in which he expresses confidence that he will win in the damage suit which has recently been filed against him in Washington City and that he will be vindicated His friends here earnestly wish that his hopes may be realized and that his vindication will be complete Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant LEAKAGE IMPOSSIBLE Bottom and sides one continu Â¬ ous Piece of Lumber Material White Ash Wood Inside Castings Well Galvanized ButterHarJe in wo have no assents one bnjoy 3to10 Miiiutss In a Dangerous Condition AGENTS WANTED in every town Single churns sold in localities where at wholesalo prices to introduce them Send for Clrcnlu b Pxicj Llrt I Â¬ Ave- Â¬ nue north from Second street is The plank walk on Taylor Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ itva very dangerous condition and should be repaired Not only the planks are rotten but the stringers under them are in the same condition and a person who trayels the walk after dark is in danger of having an ankle or a limb broken Â¬ Delighted With Him We find the following in a Â¬ letter from Yorkville South Carolina to Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ the Charleston News and Courier The Presbyterian congregation at this place is delighted with its new pastor the Rev W G Neville Mr Nevilles family have not yet arrived but is expected -- and refreshing to the taste and acts M BROWN CO qently yet promptly on the Kidneys WAPAKONETA O Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys Â¬ FOB SALE BY tem effectually dispels colds head Â¬ aches and fevers end cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the 447 East Main Street only remedy of its kind ever pro - - Kentucky duced pleasing to the taste and ac Frankfort ceptable to the stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its The only patent churn which effects prepared onlv from the most will bear a guarantee Jtiue 24 3m healthy and agreeable substances its commend it many excellent qualities to all and have made it the most Or popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and 1 bottles by all leading drugTHE- gists Any reliable druggist who uay not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO WMWR1GHT Â¬ Â¬ E MATTEE2T Â¬ m Â¬ PifltS life O SAN FRANCISCO CAL LOUISVILLE KY NEW YORK NY 334 MAIN STREET - m --M 7 i soon October 21st Democratic Committee have ordered a primary election to be held on Saturday October 21st to nominate candidates for the city and county offices to be filled at the November election Deafness Cant Be Cured reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deaf ness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tufco When the tube gets innnmml you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed deaf ness is the result and unless the in Â¬ flammation can be taken ottt and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh which is nothing but an in Â¬ flamed condition of the mucous sur Â¬ We will give One Hundred Dollars for any cose of dafnoss caused by catarrh that we cannot oure by tailing Malls Oatarrh Gure Send for oiroulars freo face By local applications as they cannot Strayed or Stolen 71ROM FRANKFORT Â¬ The ton plko July 24 1803 one sorrel more with bald face undone white hind foot pony built with fore Â¬ lock cropped off sauire A liberal rewaru will be fald for her return or such Information us will enuDie mo to get ner P RITCHIE lug 19 lt THE PREMISES OF THE UNDERSIGN- wl on the farm of Judge L Hord on the Owen 1LBIP1IB VIA Uft BIG EOUE ROUTE TO THE To reduce your weight SURELY use Wlllards Obesity fills anil lose 15 pounds a month No Injury to the health No Interference with busi Â¬ ness or pleasure NO STARVING They build up and improve the general health beautify the complexion and leave NO WRINKLKS Lucy Anderson 84 Auburn street Cambridge Mass your Obesity Pills re Â¬ writes Three bottles of duced my weight from 225 pounds to 100 and I never felt better in ull my life I am much pleased with the rttiilt and shall do all I can to help you Our patrons Include Physicians Rankers Law ytrs and leaders of Society Our goods aro not sold la dnuc stores all orders are supplied direct from our office Price per pack Â¬ age JACO or tUrce packages for 500 by mull pre Â¬ paid Particulars sealed 4 cts ALL CORRES Â¬ PONDENCE CONFIDENTIAL FAT PEOPLE ft Ai x V w 5 Â¬ HUH Apl 3 Cro REMEDY CO BOSTON MASS Â¬ Â¬ Worlds Fair Work Worry Wo all love comfort especially when traveling and what a great comfort it is to be able to take a are a formidable trio yet trie weak person frequently has to meet all of sleeping enr at your own home whioh ttem at once How can he overcome runs right through to Chicago with Â¬ The answer Is with our Compound out change and lands passengors at Oxtokn and ours only The count less demonstrations of 23 years war the Entrance Gate to the Worlds rant this reply Fair without change or transfer of Our treatment Is available for home any kind How can this bo accom Â¬ use neither need your occupation b o interfered with The value of these Why simply by asking plished features is obvious Whntubout your local agent for tickets via the need A book of explanation and proof Sour Route which is absolutely Is yours to consider If asked for now Â¬ the only line running through sleep Drs STARKEY S PALEN-po 152J Arch Street Philadelphia ing cars in connection with the E T Dec2My G By and Queen V Orescent Route direct to the Worlds Fair Grounds and landing passengers con Â¬ venient to the Worlds Fair Hotel Fine Farm for Rent Through Sleeping Oar Distriot leaves Macon 1115 a m Atlanta 210 DDDLEY FARM ADJOINING CITY p m Rome 455 p m Chattanooga Geonjotown pike limits 725 p m and arrives Chicago 515 p 265 acres on the residence tobacco containing large barn and m Ask for tickets via the Big Four stables Splendid dairy and tobacco farm Possession Riven March 1st lbJi For particu Route and lor lurther information lars apply to address D BMartin General Passen FRANK CHINN ger Agent Cincinnati July 22 tf Frankfort Ky Â¬ Â¬ and Disease Â¬ ifl LHF f Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ For Sale I have a choice piece of city property for sale A first class investment Call on me for terms and price A H Waggoner 5i 3t Buys a No 1 or 2 Rnmbler with non slipping corrugated tiros fully warranted Roberts agent 120 m y Â¬ n rf P i rU w i ST i i The Great Crash Still On N rr k1 DOWKL DOM GO THE PRICES M OaruLtcxiei 5 Staples Hing 5 Mens all wool suits that were io and 12 TAN SHOES Si 25 one large lot Ladies Tan Button Shoes all sizes that were 250 15 ana Hats Co best Hat that sells for 750 Mens all wool suits that were 12 and 350 for R Dunlap the world over 75c one lot Ladies Oxfords that sold for 125 10 1 and 7c one large lot Mens Socks that were 12c 10c and Mens all wool suits that were 15 and 18 i one large lot Misses 150 and gi75 Oxfords that sold for 14c one largelotjJMens Suspenders that were 25c Si 50 one big lot Mens Negligee and Madras Shirts that were 250 I 150 for boys suits that were 250 175 one lot Mens Tan Shoes that were 250 and 5275 2 2 for boys suits that were 3 l and 350 one lot Mens Tan Shoes that were 3 tremendous big lot Straw Hats that were 50c 65c and 75c mostly boys sizes 35c 5 for boys suits that were 7 and 8 WE NEED CASH See the big window for prices 20c one big lot childrens wear Shirts and Draw ers that were 35c 40c and 50c 5 i tJEK jWiMiiiMMi tCX ZMZ-A-Xiisr jlCjEijeSjel soriBiEZEEr Mr F M Hutcherson of Pols Â¬ Pifty sixth Annual iiMii1 Exhibition MM xwsmKR23BKim ujiTjgzeTZTy iziir HaKKKBsmraaaeoiiMM - iimmmu We have received the annual catalogue of the Paris Fair the oldest in the State which takes place on the 5th 6th 7th 8th and The premium 9th of September list for the ring shows is very complete and there will be two trotting races each day The Midland Railway will sell reduced rate tickets and there should be a large at- Â¬ tendance from this county Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Swallowfleld Mrs Chas Kenney has been on the sick list this week but is conÂ¬ valescent Miss Mattie Smith of Owen Co is visiting her sister Mrs Annie Karsner Misses Mrs Julia Williams Pace and Katie Suter visited Lulie the Misses Stella and Lulie Man ford Tuesday evening Rev A C Smither and wife of Los Angeles Cal are visiting Brother relatives in this vicinit his old Smither is preaching to friends at this place and we are glad to know that he has been so far there having successful been two additions to the church Mr Wm Whalin and wife went to Frankfort Tuesday shopping Quite a number of people attended the association Wednesday and Thursday Mrs Annie Suter daughter and little son visited Mrs J L Porter Tuesday Miss Frances OConnor has been visiting her sister Miss Delia at this place Mr W S McDonald has opened up a butcher shop here Mr Chas Kinney has repaired the grisp mill and grinding will continue as usual Miss Katie Suter will leave in a few days for Midway where she will attend school Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CATIIOUC EXCU11SIOX The New South and tin Worlds AXXO UN CEMENTS Fair church here Mongrove attended For Representative day night The Greatest World FailNo section of the country East W are authorized to announce Event coxas a North or West istaking a greater in candidate for re election as Representative or Mrs Mary Quarles has sold her county In the next Leishture subject terest in the Worlds Fair at present Franklin farm to Mr Rasabel Hiatt of 44 tf The most attractive period of the than that portion lying south of Mason to toe action f the Democratic party Henry Co Columbian Expositidn season to and Dixons line and typical SouthFor Senator erners easily distinguishable in the Golden Ruby Catholics in this counriv will be immfinRfi trimm hv tlio crrnnpfnl uIwaJinut10rzettt0 nnnounce Hon W W candidate the week of September 4th as military bearing of the rrentlemen aTiPnhNSOX of Ueicer couitv a a to the ac for Senator from this Straight From the East rare beauty or the ladies are tion of the Djtuocratljdistrict subject party that is to be called Catholic Week and the Tune 3 te to be met at the Worlds Fair owing to the Exposition in great numbers on the A Sultan of Turkey once said grounds in the corridors As he groaned at the pain in his head Congresses of most or all so- of the leading hotels and at the For Mayor We are Oh my favorite wife cieties of that Church convening various social gatherings in the TOfllNaiauthorized to announce Mr RICHARD a candidate for re election as Mayor I am sick of this life at the November election 1893 there then In view of this elab- Worlds Fair City And wish very much I were dead To a large extent the success of uctlon of the Domocratb party suqlect to the arrangements have been the Fair depends upon the Southern July2i te But hid wife who was wise answered orate made by the verv Rev Father people the lioard of Managers ex- wWnre HMUiorlzed to announce Mr LEWIS Fie MANrtAN u candidate for Mayor of Frankfort Couchet Vicar General of the pect hundreds of thousands of peo- at the nextaselection Mibject to the action of the If you will Pierces Pellets but try ple from South of the Ohio river to Democratic partj a ween Youll be well in July 2J te Louisville Diocese with the cele- attend the Exposition and from And then you will speak Monon Route for Special present indications they will not be Of these Pellets with praise just as brated The railroads are We are For Police Judge Trains to take a large party from disappointed high to 0 making extensive preparations to DON as a authorized for announce W of HERN candidate the City Dr Pierces Pellets cost only 25 Kentucky leaving Louisville Sun- take care of the people and their of Frankfort subject toPolice Judgeof the Demo the action cents and they are guaranteed to day evening September 3d from comfort enroute is iully assured cratic party cure all the troubles which spring Tenth Street Union Station The Big Four Route which is the He from constipation indigestion and line fortunately made his railroad con onlyUnionmaking connection in Cen For Superintendent of Public bilious attacks If you have any of Schools tral Station Cincinnati with these troubles why dont you follow tract prior to the agreement be- through trains of the E T V We are nuthonzed to announce Miss LUCY Q PATTIK an a the example of the Sultan of Turkey tween Chicago lines to advance Queen Orescent Route Louisville Public Schoolscandidate for fuperlntendent of for Franklin county Nashville R R Kentucky Central the action of the Democratic party subject to rates consequent v members of his Ry and Chesupeake Aug aii te 500 reward for an incurable case of Ohio Rv chronic Nasal Catarrh offered by the Party w enJy particularly liber Naturally forms the popular outlet for For City Marshal manufacturers of Dr Sages Catarrh al advantages as arrangements al Southern travel and to acoommodate tno business live elegant vestibuled We are authorized to announce B B JEFFERS Remedy 50 cents by druggists so are made to stop at a beautiful ns a candldite for re election to trains with parlor cars office of City new nre proot note near the dining cars and elegant sleeping cars Marshal subject to tho action ofthe Democratic the coaches are party To Indianapolis Indian Terri Exposition grounds where suit- run daily from Cincinnati to Ohicacro tor c able discount was made to secure stopping at Midway Plaisance th Entrance to the Worlds Fair Though a iaige num- MainSt Hyde Park 51st St 39th St On August 22d September and the party 60th October ioththeL N Railroad ber is expected this is the vear 22dSt and running into the new will sell round trip tickets to points railways are prepared and it is 12th St Station on the Lake Front All the Worlds Fair hotels and in Arkansas Indian Territory and certain tha the Monon s splendid boarding houses are located adjacent Texas at one fare plus 2 Tick- equipment will provide for all to the Big Four stations and passen ets limited to twenty days from Father Bouchet extends through gers via the popular line avoid the long tiresome the the Kentucky press an invitation city necessary bytransfer across from date of sale all other lines On September 2d 3d and 4th to all to participate in the arrange Cincinnati There is positively no the L N Railroad will sell ments he has made and go to the other line landing passengers at the stations named and as it affords in round trip tickets to Indianapolis Fair with his party addition to the comfort and Applications for information in venience a great saving of time conIndiana on account of the G A and R Encampment at 480 Tick- drttail should be addressed to E expense allthe South who contem H BACON G P A Monon plate a trip to the Worlds Fair should ets limited to September 16th be sure to nsk for tickets via the Big August 2930 3fSept 1 2 1893 Route Louisville Ky H B Logsdon Four Route For full information address I R Agent The Chicago Rate Competition Open to tho World Free MARTIN General Passenger Agent Â¬ i j f ij M AjV Â¬ Oh Â¬ Â¬ V W Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 2 fi Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HEXltfGTOfi JY FAIR V Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Oldham County Fair On August 29th 30th and 31st the L N Railroad will sell days at 51215 tickets to Buckners Ky on acH B Logsdon count of Oldham County Fair at Agent Tickets 127 lor round trip limited to September 1st FouRent Briok cottage of throo rooms and kitchen on Moro street H B Logsdon See Dennis Murphy at Wakefields Â¬ Effective August 21st the L N Railroad will sell tickets to Chicago and return limited to 15 Cincinnati Milos Norvo and Livor Pills New Track Grand Stand and Equipments Agent saw mill 49 tf TWO RACES EACH DAY Act on a new prinoiple regulating the livor stomaoh and bowels though f Ladles and Children Admitted Froo tho First Day the nerves A new discovery Dr rvGC Miles Pills speedily ouro biliousness bad tasto torpid liver piles constipa- Â¬ Special Trains on All Railroads at Hxourslon Ratee tion Splendid for men women and lit farthtr informition ind aUlogua iddnM th SmmUtj ohildren Smallest mildost surest 50 doses for 25 oents Buelby T Harbison Prest Samples froo at J W Gaylos Frankfort Ky 45 ly Tiros L Martih Socy TMm 4m v SIS s J IB It h A V HiSlirintflV jBaiM tkkuaXRw2nLri - tixsst- hti W f ft KtIi iFiilJMtfhliiWlfli lliiiii ffltrr--d- t M tiHif - JmmMmF