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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w i flfef mv- - - - fJeWs3ntrc t r i l m i r fl jmt iS r 1 ilMWK uh t AFT Slmr7iVrr i VW vTWF JW v piwroff SwpfWfsf - W t---- wk T M The VOL XYI THE Frankfort Kotodabout AWEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS GEO A LEWIS publisher TERMS 100 In Advance NO 52 FRANKFOET KY SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 2 1893 EH 1ST mi The Hailroad Bridge Must be Made Passable for the present owner of the load Yeliicles and afterwards destroyed or ren dered impassable the said- com Â¬ pany is to have eight months to build or repair it The L N Railroad Company - Highest of all in Leavening Power--Late- st U S Govt Report WHO v if f SO i signs of scarcity in money I The Engineering Department of The School Board at its meet Â¬ will give you Railroad bridge has been removed action against the the reasons for all i - far any purpose in years past the to compel it to put a floor the United States has just com- ing on Tuesday evening declined this go there with one dollar and rumor was at once stated that it fn the bridge does not vest in any pleted a new snagboat for service to postpone the opening of the you will get as many goods as you was not to be replaced but this one person but in all those who on the Kentucky river arfd has Public Sphools and the sessions can buy elsewhere for one dollar and fifty cents These are truly rumor proved groundless until the own land which was a part transferred the crew of the old will begin on time Monday morn- facts and can be vouched for by She ing It would have been unjust nine customers out of every ten new bridee which has just been of Mr Thomas farm at the time boat the Kentucky to it It was the deed was made and each and has been christened the Gen O alike to the teachers and scholars that have bought goods there erected was completed authoritively given out last week every owner of a fraction of the M Poe and made her first trip up to have required them to remain that no floor was to be put down farm is entitled to pass over the the river the first of the week ar idle for an indefinite length of I buy riving here Monday evening with time and the Board acted wisely And always have been and only foot passengers would be bridge free of toll my goods directbuy for cash and allowed to cross the bridge which It is safe to say that the railroad a couple of barges loaded with and for the best interests of the sell for cash and therefore can if carried out company will put a floor in the timbers for a new step to the dam children in defeating the post stand a very small profit LOOJC determination AT THE following drives for this would work great injury to the bridge and it will be done before at Lock No 6 in tow paning resolution week 75 Gauze Vests for ladies She is splendidly equipped for city the residents of Bellepoint the first of December as the at 5 cents a piece xoo pair regular Assigned and the farmers living in the eight months in which it is the business and has all the made Hose for Misses fast black northwestern part of the county given to complete or repair the modern interior improvements Mr W M Hayden doing a at 15 cents worth 25 cents a palf and started an old timer to looking bridge then expires and numerous with electric lights model bow and general grocery dry goods and 500 yards Linen and Everlasting E igings at 5 cents worth not leas up a feed which he believed to be suits for damages can then be a large wheel which gives her inv hardware business at Peaks Mill than 10 cents a yard 250 yards mense power It is a little singuin existence from the late L A brought made an assignment Monday to Hamberg Edgings at 10 cents lar that just nine years ago Monday m Thomas to the old Louisville Mr S N Forsee for the benefit cheap at 18 cents a yard l009 Changes of Location Capt JSBrowihski made the first Frankfort Railroad Company in yards good Calico at 5 cents of his creditors trip up the river in charge of the which the right of way through yard 400 yards Lonsdale and Dr James R Ely has rented Fruit of the Loom Cotton at 8X the farm of Mr Thomas was Mrs Lucy Duvalls residence on first snagboat sent here by the Now Church Carpet cents a yard 300 yards good government the Quasind deeded to the railroad company in Main and street and moved in The new carpet of the Metho- Heavy Brown Cotton at 7 cents on thegth anniversary of that trip consideration of the fact that free1 Mrs Duvall will go to Colorado he made his first voyage on the dist Church bought of the Geo worth 8 cents a yard passage across the bridge was for Another big cut in Shirt Waists her health and Mr John Poe the third boat the govern- F Otto Co of Cincinnati is ex- only a few of them left and they guaranteed to Mr Thomas his Stewart and wife have taken rooms ment has had at work in the river ceedingly tasteful and adds greatly must be sold before cold weather family and employes to and from at Mrs Wares Capt Browinski is proud of his to the appearance of the interior of sets in his farm The deed was found Judge Ben G Williams and his new craft and thinks she will the church I200 Shirt Waists now only J125 recorded on page 149 of deed 1 15 Shirt Waists now only father Mr M H P Williams double discount either of 70c her prebook No 4 arid dated August Physicians Puzzled 3100 Shirt Waists now only 65c sr have removed their families decessors in the amount of worjc 23 1850 and the contract between to the property on northeast cor- Â¬ which can be done with her in a Many persons are unable to sleep 75c Shirt Waists now only 45c Mr Thomas and the railroad comon their left Bide The cause has 50c ijnirt waists now only 32c ner of Second and Main streets season is thus set out long been a puzzle to physioians New goods pany are received daily and Metropolitan papers speak with great To permit him and those South Side which was purchased ist all goods are sold at correinterest of Dr Franklin Miles The Wrong Man Forming a part ot nis lamuy in- by the Judge last Spring the eniiuent Indiana specialist in spondingly low prices nervous and heart diseases who cluding his slaves and other laMr Geo H Watson has leased In our last issue we said the has Remember the place thia arises borers whom he may from time from JudgeCraddock the residence retaining wall on the river bank in from proven that heart habithas ex a diseased He to time have employed to pass on Shelby street adjoining the amined kept on the rear of Mr Geo B Salen- - of casesand His Newrecord thousandsa Heart Cure and repass the bridge which the wonderfnl remedy to construct property of Mr Geo F Berry ders had been completed by Mr Gayles Thousandsis sold at J W company intend testify to its across the Kentucky river near and will take possession October Mike Parker when we should value as a cure for Heart Disease Mrs Chas Loveland Qol the mouth of Benson Creek Free ist have said Mr Pat Noonan It says its effectsBonoy were marvelous NO 319 MAIN STREET NEAR STATE on her Toll This right of passage is of seems that Mr Parker had the Elegant book on heart disease free 4 NATIONAL BANK Collapsed intended to afford to said Thomas lowest bid but refused to take the facilities for passing to and fro The storm of Friday afternoon the contract at the price he had between his farm and the city of Frankfort with such articles as injured the walls of the brick named when the work was given may be the produce of his farm blacksmith shop which stands on to Mr Noonan who was the next and such as may be necessary for the south side of Main street lowest bidder hence our mistake its support and to include his In Fine Medium and Low Priced Grades IiOcated for the Winter wagons and carriages and their near the Arsenal and Saturday loads and such stock of horses morning the rear wall fell out c as are letting the roof tumble in The Judge J H Brent of the Su cattle sheep hogs on tised to be kept on a farm And shop was formerly used by the perior Court and daughter came Chamber Suits HO passage hereby grant an the right of late Thomas Heffner and had only down from Paris Monday and have Folding Beds as ed by said company to said Suits a few days before been vacated taken rooms at Mrs Wares corThomas is to pass to and become Hall vested in any future owner of said by Mr Herman Hinz the copper- ner of Ann and Clinton streets Judge J H Hazelrigg farm and his or her family to the smith us of Dining Room The damage will be re aauflau ran and to be exercised paired at once so that Mr James the Court of Appeals same extent aa has Book Oases China Closets a Snathe same manner as heeby ay Dailey can use it for a blacksmith rented Mrs Mary Haycrafts Chairs Rockers granted to said Thomas But this house on Third street and will aright of said Thomas is to be ex- shop move his family here from Mt We are up to date always in style quality finish ercised by said Thomas c with Cottage Sold and low prices at such time this own carraige c Sterling as will not interfere with the cars Mr L F Johnson has purcovers eood deal of ground of the company and the com chased from Mr Wm McEwan DrIt Pierces aGolden Mod lea I Discov- panys use of the road and shall ory And when you hear that it not authorize said Thomas to put a cottage house and lot on Main oures bo many diseases perhaps you too good to be street between Third aud Cross think itsonly reasonable true blood cars on the railroad But its Asa na Straw Mattings 2d If from any cause the aam cleanser fleah bulldor and strength do said company should fail to con- A Good Thing to Keep on Hund restorer nothing like the Discov- hem Mosquito Bars ery is known to medioal science DCS struct a bridge or having conFrom th Troy Knas Chief Tho diooasoo that it euros como from as Lawn no structed one it should be destroyFor Some years ago we were very much a torpid liver or impure blood Screen Doors dq useless whereby ubjeot to severe spells of cholera everything of this nature it is the ed or rendered am ua And Windows said Thomas is prevented from en morbus and now when we feel any pepsia Biliousness all Bronhicalt I that joying the use of it as above con- of the symptoms sucu asusually pro Throat and Lung affeotions every ceed mac aumenc sicsness ac form the right of said the Htnmanh dlarrhmn kn wa ho templated of Scrofula even Consumption to demand damages for come soary We have found Cham- - or Lung scrofula in its earlier stages Thomas nd berlains tthe right of way over the land Remedy Oolio Cholera and Diarrhoea 8alp all the mostit stubborn skin anddiseases if ever ails to benethe very thing to straighten A should be and remain as it now one out in suoh cases and always pr cure you have your money keep it about us We are not writing books as a ply testimonial but If however after such a this readers know what is a to let Carpets 3d Draperies Wall good Ohronlc Nasal Catarrh positively as is contemplated in the our bridge thing to keep handy in the house cured by Dr Sages Remedy 60 oents ifirst article above should be built For salo by J W Gayle by druggists COR MAIN VN1 BROADWAY LEXINGTON KY railroad-company Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ is the successor of the Louis- Â¬ ville Frankfort Railroad Com Â¬ The Deed of tlic Right or Way pany and is bound to fulfill the from tlic Xate Ij A Thomas contract entered into by its pre To the Louisville Frankfort decessor and the farm of Mr Railroad Co Thomas having been subdivided by him and sold to different par- Â¬ the floor of the ties before his death the right of Every time Rcjfed K Baking Powder Will Open on Time m so TH0T Times are Hard and Money Is hiiie I tv dont say r not known at such a thing is ABSOllTELY PURE The New Snagboat HASTSTEINS Why because he is crowded all the time that certainly shows no IM IN IT Â¬ i 1 Cq Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A v Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ v HOT i - FURNITURE cc n Â¬ M i Â¬ Â¬ Parlor Furniture Furniture v tv m kt Â¬ Vj V1 Â¬ Â¬ SPECIAL OFFERINGS J Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ j 1 Furniture I A rtf 1 Â¬ Â¬ BBO WEE SCOTT Furniture FRAZEE Paper v- tltfL hV0Cttttkf - - I - VU t JifciiAi J V rife fT7 z4 F1 KS -- J i 1 w PERSONAL v Mr Edmund OrJttonden loaves to Mrrow for Chicago Mrs Jam os Heonoy returned Fri Â¬ day night from Chicago Dr W L ftodmnn of Lonisrille wis in tho city Tuesday Mrs Egbert Stephens left Wednes Â¬ day for a trip to Now York Mr D 0 Crutcher and family re Â¬ turned Tuesday from Chicago Mrs Jno A Klebor is attending the Oldham County Fair this week Mrs Q B Swango left Tuesday for a visit to friends in Hazel Green Ool Richard H Taylor is very ill at the Willis House on Lewis street Miss Cordio Jeffers has returned from a visit to friends in Georgetown Mr P C Sower and family have re turned from a visit to the Worlds Â¬ Â¬ Mr John Gaseell was in George Â¬ town Thursday on business Miss Mint Wiard has been visiting friends in Lexington this wook Mrs Jeromo Borberlch of Coving Â¬ ton is visiting Mrs V Borbericb Mr Ohas T Koller has returned from a trip to Maysvillo and Cincin- Â¬ THE ONLY BIG SHOW TO VISIT KENTUCKY THIS YEAR Riging BE0L 80PIHH 8 BiotQeis WoiIUs fiieatesi HMDRUE SPECTACULAR EQUINE Slows CARNIVAL a vi i iaiii nati ra Ek ft Little Pearl daughter of Mr S Elass who has been quite ill 1b im Â¬ proving slowly Mr R H Whittington has returned from a visit to several of tho Central Kentucky Fairs Miss Margaret A and Mr Will A Lewis roturned last night from their trip to Virginia MissCarrio Keller of Cincinnati is visiting her sisters Mrs V Bor berich and Mrs M A Selbert Mr Peter Ahlor returned to Spring- Â¬ Pair field Ohio Thursday to consult Dr Mr Samuel R Smith returned Sat T F Bliss in regard to his eyes urday from a visit to tho Worlds Mrs L B Marshall and Miss Fair May me Dryden attended tho Lexing- Â¬ JudgO G B Swango has been in ton Fair Thursday and yesterday Washington City this week on busi Mrs Carrie Wolfe and children ness plies Flora and Master Oscar attend Mr Isaac E Stoll of Louisvillewas ed the Lexington Fair Wednesday in the oity Thursday visiting rela Â¬ Mr R L Green and family returned tives Wednesday evening from ja yMof will leave several weeks to friends inAugusta Mr H J Hyde and wife Monday for a trip to Indianapolis and and Bracken county Chicago Miss Lillie D Showalter of this Miss Jennie Quin of Georgetown city and cousin Mies May Etta has been visiting relatives in this city Showalter of Shelby county are atÂ¬ tending the Lexington Fair this this week week Mrs Agnes A Ledridge is visiting her daughter Mrs M R Hamline in A party composed of Mr Harry B Case and wife Misses Mary Todd Mt Sterling Tina and Lizzie McEwing left for Miss Laura Hughes and brother Master James are visiting relatives Louisville Tuesday afternoon on the Steamer Rescue in Lexington Misses Fannie Hirscbfield Pauline Mrs J M Lowe of Louisville is Feisbushand Edna Alexander Who the guest of Mrs T C Barbour on have been visiting Mm S Klass re- Â¬ Second street turned to their- home in Louisville Mr Ohas O Furr wife and sons Thursday morning Weston and Combs returned Monday Mr W J Ohinn who hasDeen from Chicago quite ill for several weeks is improv Â¬ Mrs Will Wright and children left ing and hopes to be out in a few days Wednesday morning to visit relatives when he will go to Waukesha Wis- Â¬ in Georgetown consin for a stay of several weeks Mrs William Cromwell returned Capt W G Hunt and Mr Flournoy Monday from a viBit to her parents Hunt of Greonville Mississippi are in Henry county Mr the guests of their brother-in-laMr Jos Bohon of Los Angeles Frank Chinn having been summoned California visited relatives here the here by the fatal illness of their first of the week mother Mrs Prudence Hunt Mr J Will Graham and wife jand Mrs Mary Hendrick Mr and Mrs Mr Mervin Parrent returned Tues J B Hendrick and children Mrs day from Chicago Chapman Coleman Misses Fannie Mr George L Payne has returned Hendrick and Sarah Brpomfield from a fishing trp o Michigan and a returned Tuesday from a sojourn Of several weekVat Waukesha Wiscon Tisitto the Worlds Fair Mrs Ed OHara of Louisville is sin visiting her parents Mr Robert Mrs F F Conway of Owensboro who has been visiting her sister Mrs Church and wife in this county i Ann Morris on Second street the Mrs L Herrman who has been visiting Mrs Sol Harris left Tuesday past week left Thursday morning for Louisville accompanied by Mrs for her home in Muncie Indiana Morris and the two will visit relatives Messrs W H Jeffries Bert Bacon in that city the coming week Earl Rogers and J M Williams re Â¬ oturned Wednesday from Chicago First Stone Laid Mrs Guy Emmetb and son Master The first stone in the north Norman left Wednesday for a visit to relatives at Point Pelee Canada abutment of thev new St Glair Misses Una Marshall Nona Goodwin street bridge was laid and bedded and Beatrice Ready have been at down in cement at 205 p m Lexington Fair this week I w Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Now beyond all comparison the largest and grandest exhibibition on earth ukxm An Army of Fne Bred Imported Eqtilnei In Astounding Srohr tlons Pretty Pirouetting Ponderous Pyramids and Triumphal Patriotic Tableaux Rlne Circus Elevated Stages Mlffbtr Millionaire Menagerie Royal Aquarium Mammoth Muicum of Marvels Par Paaod HjOtm Fair and Equine Congress embracing 850 of the Finest Blooded llorses In the World to KetherwItlitbeGreatest Aggregation of j Tremenftous Revival ol tie Circus Maiim European c Airialists Gymnasts Acrobats or nny other country Ritfers In And Arenlc Specialists of Eretr Description ever exhibited ihn Jockey Races with Liidy and Gentlemen Riders Novel Elephant and CumelItiiceschlll d6ltihUnK Pony Races with Monkey riders Lnughablo Donkey races with clown drivers and other Exciting Racing Contests TWO AND FOUR HORSB OHARIOT RAOBS Terrific Gladiatorial Combati Absorbing Trials of Strength and Bndurancd Grand Gala Duy tipoits and Spectacles CHARLES W FISH mMSgaSS3gte Absolute Kings of the Air Europes Premier Eques triennes Reno Sisters BrosVernoa Â¬ feg M I Troupe of Arabs ClLN T SI HASSAN BEN ALIS - k7 wxzznvv 1 J I 1 i MIKADOS TROUPE OP 11 Hop I Jananese Largest STANDING M AkJti K in Living Giraffe rriz Hr - TDLL 18 FEET IN HEIGHT PrlrfC Chaldean the long tnaned Percberon StaUloa Monster Hi Horned Gnu Mammoth Hippopotamus Schools of Educated Goats and Ponies Mlrth mnkinjr Porcine Circus 20 Mexican Horses in Astounding Drills Two Ponderous Herds of Performing Danc Â¬ ing and Clown Elephants FBE Tlife- XJAXtyZ PAGESAXTT Ofr SUJRPASSXNC l SPLENDOR Mq86ow Silver Chimes Goidon Steam Calliope IFtfbcefissIsizs leaves tike slspw gxovtads prsaaaptly at teax ocloclfc 02a tlia nacrii- -Hi iiiir ot tla esctLlTditien reilaa or s3aIne 9 Will poslti vely eacllibit laa M WJBDNB8DAY Two Complete Performances Daily Afternoon at 2 Night at 9 Doors open an hour earlier ONE 50 CENT TICKET admits to all the combined shows children under 12 years half price SPEOIAti EXOUltSION RATES ON ALI RAILROAD OLfl K T jBm J T For Sale on Terms to Suit the Times jAiiLfXiiiJ TSo7t y TEST TTJEJt r4m WfEfl M1 TOT THE el Propertj- - of W BBridge ford and Henry Abler 4916ft Q 4yi6tt THblT O Pi 60ft -- rSOft 50ft 4916ft 4916ft 4916ft MT7BEY tending the Mr Ohas F Hillwife and daughter Miss Gracie were the guests of Mr Jas M Saffell and wife on Tuesday Mr Kidder Woodson came down from Nicholasville Saturday and spent Sunday with his parents in this city Miss Carrie Selbert Mr John M Banta and wife and Capt B C Milam returned Tuesday from Chi- Â¬ cago Miss Alice Pence of Lexington has been visiting her cousin Miss Emma Pence in Bellepoint the past week Miss Emma Moore of Georgetown was the guest of her sister Mrs 0 R Crutcher on Clinton street the first of the week Mrs W L Coppersmith and chil Â¬ dren left Tuesday evening for a visit of two weeks to her parents near Monterey Dr V Kaltenbrun wife and son MoBfirs I Davis David Davis Ben Nicklesand Wm Nickels returned Saturday from Chicago Mrs Maggie J Gaines and daugh- ter Miss Jennie left Wednesday for a second visit to the Worlds Fair ac- Â¬ companied by Miss Lutie Ware Mrs James A Hodges and daugh Â¬ ters Misses Julia Bessie and Helen who have been visiting relatives here left Wednesday afternoon for their home in Louisville 3fr and Mrs Val Nicholas and daughter Miss Anna of Cincinnati who have been visiting relatives in this city for tho past two weeks re Â¬ turned home Thursday afternoon Quite Location ii first class It is on one of the highest points in the city It is near the river and on the standard time Thursday new electric street car line Water and gas m front of the property a crowd of volunteer- superintenFor terms call on dents was on hand to see the work well done - Â¬ The Modern Beauty Thrives on good food and sunshine with plenty of exercise in the open air Her form glows with health and1 her face blooms with its beauty If her system needs the cleansing action of a laxative remedy she uses the gentle and pleasant liquid laxatUve Syrup of Pigs Angl9 3m irOH3J JP EIXJOISIjE y Change of Management Mr Alex Schneider having given up tie management of the bath housd Mr Jas A Murray has taken charge of the same and will be assisted by Mr Banner Long and wile the latter in charge of the ladies bathing de- Â¬ rrwrm VM Queen Crescent Route Finest Trains in the South V Through Cars toChicago without changcfrom Hard Times Do you know that the best rem- Â¬ partmentMr Chas Morton as edy for hard times is to keep your swimming instructor and Mr W money at home and keep it circu- Â¬ tonsorial artist Patronize your home in- Â¬ G Mandevillethe lating If your grocer wants stitutions to sell you flour made- in some other place dont let him do it Insist upon having home made Flour You can then keep your money at home and help give employment to your home workmen and enable them to earn a liveli- hood for thqir families Call for It is the best J E M Flour your money where it will do Put you and your neighbors the most good 50 3 - The establishment Â¬ be open every day and evening for the accommodation of the public and the best of care will be taken of those unable to swim will Â¬ New Orleans Meridian Birmingham Chat- Â¬ tanooga Jacksonville Fla Atlanta Macon Asheville N C Knoxville Tenn Lexington Choice of routes via and Georgetown Ky Cincinnati or via Louisville Stop overs al- Â¬ lowed on all Worlds Fair tickets at Chatta Â¬ nooga Louisville Indianapolis or Cincinnati For further information as to Rates Car Service Sleeping Car Reservations etc call on or address any agent of the Queen G Ry Crescent Route or E T V D G Edwards G P A Cincinnati O fi a 4 THROUGH CARS TO CHICAGO id For Rent Briclc cottage of three rooms and kitchen on Mero street See Dennis Murphy at Wakefields 49 tf flaw mill m house on Ann street Fob Sale or Rent My dwelling JOB - PIJSiTIflG Of all kinds at the Ay tf J T Buckley Ten per oeiiV will be added to September 12th is the last day your oity taxes after Septem Â¬ Pay up before that you oan save ten per oonti on ber 12th our oity taxes The penalty goeB day and save the penalty 57 5t after that time 57 2t i ROUNDABOUT OFFICE iy -- A - -- - ah MtMllMMIM n 3 I I SWATCHES -- WATCHES i WATCH ESK El m jfal r MIh vA t t j ki llSiw LaUIeaEold filled watches 8 1260 15 to 825 Solid sold vratoh 23toCO A nloe plated watch warranted 5 years for 10 2 This genuine vrilthnm sllrer Med vrntch screw bezzel case front and back Dust and waterproof for 750 The best watch for the price 6nta 60 to gold filled watches 125 lG0 15 to 40 Solid cold wntchc 2 JRS ffc 7HP 3V Forks or Elkliom A JSttXBTStFLT 25000 In Gold A check for 25600 was drawn on the Bank of Kentucky to pay taxes on whisky Thursday and every dollar of it was paid in gold ft was placed in sacks and coin required two men to transport them to the Deputy Collectors office in the Custom House and each had a good big load ii Dopr J73E3CES Lost JEOTElLEJJFi 4 I if r Ik Regular services at the Christian Church to morrow at the usual kours Bro Burden is engaged in a protracted meeting with his church at Mt Pleasant Stedmantown Rev S C Mitchell pastor elect jf Buck Run Church will begin fals pastorate at this place next Sunday September loth The Sunday school at Provi dence Baptist Church Woodlake The day picniced last Tuesday was one brimful of pleasure to the iittle folks The schools at Woodlake and the Forks commenced last Mon day Stedmantown and CruWhers will begin next Monday Regular attendance insures success to the children satisfaction to the patrons and encouragement to the teach ers Miss Sallie Warren of Louis ville b visiting her many friends tn this section E C Dargan D D preached fV JH at Providence Baptist Church last j Sunday Mrs Lizzie Buclcner visited at Versailles the first of this week Those who have cultivated tobacco this season are busily engaged in cutting and housing same Mr J H McBride whq has t beentvery feeble for many monthst has had sufficient strength to ride about to some extent this week sk Â¬ i - A half grown smooth coated St Bernard puppy white with yellow spots and about an inch of hair cut off the end of bis tail Answers to the name of Jim A liberal reward will be paid for his return or any information which will enable mc to get him Emma Morris At Post office Frankfort Ky Summer Goods MUST QO Opened up Again Cold ari The sidewalks on the St Clair street bridge which have been closed for several weeks forcing pedestrians to take the driveways were thrown open again on Wed nesday and ladies aed children can now cross without danger of being run down by vehicles Â¬ The weather prophets all predict we will have the hardest winter we have had in ten years Every Â¬ To the Citizens of County housekeeper should get ready now in time Go to John Gaines Sons coal yard near the Kentucky Midland depot and get a load of their coal They handle by far the cleanest and coarsest of Look at their Franklin coal and anyone coal be convinced 5 2 it mt Â¬ STRMWHRTS At alomst your own price v Â¬ Â¬ il Mrs Wm West has almosten tirely recovered from her recent protracted illness Preserving fruit and vegetables mindful of our wants during the long dreary winter months now I P ft so close at hand occupies the best energies of the good housewife at this time What has become of he Frank lin County Teachers Association j Let Bro Graham President arise and answer Saving clover seed and preparation for fall seeding claims part of the attention of the farmer just now Â¬ Â¬ Mrs T T Cannon has returned home from a two months visit to fienrelatives in Scott county m Miss Jennie Goddard has re turned from a visit to friends and relatives in Lexington Mr Â¬ Harry Colston visited friends last week and wife Fever Sores Tetter Chapped Hands in Owen county Chilblains Corns and all Skin Erup tions and positively cures Piles or Â¬ Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum no pay required Hog killing time is not far off therefore every farmer should get ready early If you need a good kettle to render lard in one that holds 60 gallons the latest improved kettle with furnace atCall W Gaines tached Senate Without questioning the Sons coal yard at J the Kentucky near sincerity with which the intima- Midland Railroad and get this tion is made I say without any kettle cheap 52 it reservation that it is not true The people of this county ought The Detroit and Cleveland to and do know me well enough Steam Navigation Companys new to take this declaration as mean steamers City of Alpena and ing exactly what it purports City of Mackinac are now in comThomas H Hines mission making four trips per week between Detroit Mackinac To The Farmers of Franklin Island Chicago and way ports County Fare Cleveland to Mackinac and Mr J T Duke General Agent return including meals and berths for the Farmers Savings and 2000 Toledo 1450 Detroit Buildings Association of Nash- Si 3 50 Low rates to Chicago ville Tennessee has organized a Write for illustrated pamphlet local Board of Directors at Frank- Address A A Schantz G P A fort as a branch of this association Detroit Michigan This association differs from other Building and Loan Associations Insure Against Accident in that it loans on improved farm lands on easy payments For furA 3000 accident policy good ther information call on MrV L for seven days can be obtained Clark Agent at the State Nation- by any gentleman or lady for al Bank Co from Jacob Swigert Officers and Directors G L 5 4t Hannn W G Bullitt L A Owen V L Clark R D ArmFor Rent Two story brick strong and G W Hail State dwelling of eight rooms and bathNational Bank Depository room centrally located on the 5 2 it north side either furnished or unfurnished Possession given OcBucklens Arnica Salvo tober 1st Apply at Crutcher The best salve in the world for Outs Starks 572t Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ is being industriously circulated by those that I pjresume are interested in having ft believed that in the event I am elected to the Legislature on the Democratic ticket I will not earnestly and in good faith support the Hon Wm Lindsay for the United States It Attention Farmers Ladies Kid Oxfords - now 50 Ladies Tan Gold Oxfords 75c 1 lot of Ladies 350 Oxfords now 2 Lower Ms On on Low cot snoes 39 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ R K Â¬ 1 Mil IE vvi tahi -- SON Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ wrarcraTm m pi v iri 4 D lmrn Tlnrficf rFlHrtmrnl PHHi Oaupenter s jjfaemmary nas oeen in our section It a Rev J R Sampey D Qrtut rf give or money refunded of Pricesatisfactionper box For sale by 25 oents 8 It is guaranteed to ly BUGtlon HlOD frjr nx- K cj Dr IlaloH Household Ointment i w- - m Ie wi w f Mr Jack Wigington and family Is the finest remedy in tho world Scott county have been visit- - It absolutely cures catarrh It cures and Cures innf inenas in our community this Neuralgia magic Rheumatism Rheum Cures Salt Piles like week in the most soothing mannor Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Can be For a lame back or for a pain in tho OureB Coughs and Colds clde or cheat try saturating n piece taken internally A positive speoiflo f flannel with Chamberlains Pain for pneumonia Outs Bruises Burns Balm and binding it onto the aifootod Chilblains Sore of long standing parts This treatment will cure an Oorns and Bunions are cured quickly 3 ZE3CAaEwjEw L37 ordinary case in one or two days different from all else superior to all Pain Balm also cures rheumatism else it has no equal 25 and 50c boxos 214 St Clair street W cent bottles for sale by J V Large size oheapest Sold at Carpen Â¬ Sept 2 2t 8 Gayle ters drug store Commencing Saturday morning Sept 2d at 10 oclock I will sell at auction and private sale my entire stock of dry goods and notions without reserve to make room for Fall millinery This is a chance to buy goods at your own prices during1 these hard times So come one come all and dont miss this sale II raRRanaoinwi SBKHwBeiiiS 4 1 i July 30 lr W m Y1 r I FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Entered nt the post offlce at Fmnkfort Kentucky ns second class mailable matter An Obstruction The work of laying the track for the electric railway line is steadily progressing and the contractor expects to have down a mile of rails by this evening The trestle N Railroad work of the L across Wilkinson street is too low to admit of the passage of cars under it and the railroad company has refused to raise it been it has notwithstanding ordered to do so by the city council consequently the street car company will have to aban don their line on Wilkinson from Mero to Main and will perhaps ask the council to allow them to use some other street in making the return loop to connect with the South Side circuit Â¬ A good appetite can be bought like anything else And good diges tion after it too MedJcalDfecoverr I healthy Â¬ W McKEE HARDIE DRTJ GIST KY GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT SEPTEMBER 2 1898 Both of them come with Doctor Picrceo Golden That starts the torrid liver into purine action Dentil of Maj Wingate Wingate died in St Josephs Monday morning The deInfirmary in Louisville ceased was the youngest son of the late Henry Wingate and a brother of Mrs N J Sawyier of this city and Mrs Maria Campbell and Mrs Sarah McKee of Covington He was born in this city on the 18th of December 1829 and was educated at West Point having been appointed to a cadetship by the late Hon GarAfter leaving the rett Davis Military Academy he was connected with the firm of Miller Wingate Co in the manufacture of agricultural implements in Louisville until the outbreak of the war when he entered the Confederate service as a first lieutenant He was made adjutant of the original Stonewall Brigade then commanded by General Garnett and soon after was appointed Inspector General on the staff of Gen A P Hill in which capacity he served for about three years andfuntil the death of GenHill participating in alLhis campaigns After Gen Hills death he was assigned to the staff of Gen Long street with whom he served until the close of the war being present at the surrender at Appomattox After the close of the war he was engaged in the jc6tton and insurance businessMn New Orleans New York arjd Louisville The regains were brought to this city Tuesday morning and interred that afternoon in the family lot in the cemetery the services being held in the chapel on the cemetery grounds Major Robert J Â¬ Â¬ in its earlier stages the Discovery is the only remedy so sure and certain that it can bo guaranteed If it doesnt benefit or cure in every case you have your money back On these terms its the cheapest blood- hundred Suriflor sold no matter how many loss for offered for a dollar or with this you pay only for the good you get Can you ask for better prqpf of its superi ority over all other blood purifiers Â¬ wMiJ riches the blood 4aMMMOMMM cleanses and repairs the system returns health and vigor and builds up flesh and strength For oil diseases that coma from a disordered liver or impure blood Dyspep Â¬ sia Biliousness Scrofulous Skin and Scalp Diseases oven Consumption or Lung-scrofula ana en Â¬ HALLS OLD STAND FftflNKf ORT We keep a full line of DRUGS AND PATENT - MEDICINES - And cordially ask our friends to give us a call W McKEE HARDIE ly Jnn21 - - GJfcf GaYLE him over S Â¬ Â¬ Swinging Around the Circle the diseases to whloh It is adapted with tbe best results Hostetters Stomach Bitters a family medicine comprehensive in Its has never been thrust upon public uttention in the guise of a universal panacea for bodily In tue dally arrogated This claim ills columns of the dally press by the proprietors of medicines far Inferior to it as specltlcs has in a thousand instances disgusted the publc In advance by Its absurdity and the prosptcts of other remedies of superior qualities have been handicapped by the pretentions of he r But the American worthless predecessors people know because they have verified the fact by the most trying tests that the Bitters possesses the virtues of a real specific in c ises of malarial and liver disorder constipation kidney Of bp Â¬ stomach and nervous rheumatic trouble What it does it does thoroughly andÂ¬ mainly for this reason IMs indorsed and recom mended by hosts of respectable meoical men The Briggs Case Editor Roundabout Deak Sir There are sO mafiy Christian people in this land that do not understand what the trial of Dr C H Briggs before the Presbyterian General Assembly involved that I ask you to publish the following article from the Texas Baptist and Herald which in a concise manner brings out the points involved and oblige a member of the First Presbyterian Church I fear thousands of orthodox Christians have felt too litte sympathy with our Presbyterian brethren in the struggle and victory over heresies of Dr C H Every true lover of Brieres Jesus and his word should praise God for the victory over this great For all heretic and traitor Christians who accept the great and glorious doctrines of the divinity and vicarious atoneirent of esus repentance and faith and that all scripture is given by the inspiration of God should make common cause when these vital doctrines are assailed by these setters forth of things For it is a mournful fact that there are scores and hundreds of ambitious crept men many of whom have1 church unawares and into the were converted and are stealthily seeking to undermine and destroy the church while they are supported and honored by the denomination they are stabbing to the heart A man who will re main in the church and gain his bread and butter from that church and sneakingly seek its ruin is a worse traitor than Benedict ArBecause the very bond of nold Christian honor is love and confidence hence they are forbidden to think evil or suspect a brother The grandest thing Baptist W Ncel ever did was just as soon as he began to seriously doubt that the church of England was the church of Christ he came forward and said frankly 4I seriously doubt the doctrines of the venerable church of England and I cannot preach her doctrine 1 therefore resign my office as chaplain of her majesty the Queen and all the offices I hold paying Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ u Â¬ Â¬ connection with the church that has honored me so highly and that I love so tenderly and retire into obscurity where I can investigate profoundlv the questions of baptism church government and apostolic succession If I find these are all sustained by the Bible I will return to the church of my fathers with increased love and devotion But if I find the teach ings of our venerable national church are not sustained by the Bible I must follow wherever After truth and conscience lead profound honest investigation he joined the Baptist church All men honor the honesty and open dealing of this grand man But a man who will creep into a church and receive its support and honors and secretly undermine and destroy the foundation princ ples is a Judas Iscariot or a Benedict Arnold All the Christian world should honor Presbyterians for theirnoble battle for sound doctrine For the time has come when men will not endure sound doctrine but are heaping to themselves teachers having for some new thinj itching ears Every true Christian should guard with sleepless vigilence the gates of our Zion and receive no man into our houses unlcsstrhe brings the glorious olbdoctrine and the old time religion with hip Rufus C Burleson B ylor Unjversity Â¬ 10000 and dissolve all Lawn Mowers Friends I stand at the HEAD for Hardware anrL on LAWN MOWERS I H T V Lead The Market e G--- 2 s xruotL FOiEaZ niFicaiT 400 V 4B0 500 323BKOAD Safe IE3SLZiznezi 7AT Street Â¬ For remoTipStunips tnU ltocki Jror Juarrj men and Well diggers miIIt bandied and cheap For fall Information and price address 3mFlRITH epLE LOUIgytLLECY j H llH t MarlMy JACOB SWIGERT -- ON MAIN STEET TO CO Have Removed From the Batzell Building O N Rogers 101 AND 102 ANN STREET the Killed in Illinois r ft w n w I X PV Mr Marion Sargent son of Mr James Sargent of Avenstoke Shelby county was run over and killed by a railroad train at Forest Illinois at 9 oclock Sunday night He had just been telegraphed to come to the bedside of his wife who is very ill at the home of her father-in-laThe reat Avenstoke mains were sent home Tuesday by Good Will Lodge of Odd Fellows of Forest of which the deceased was a member in charge of Mr E Van Horn who came to this city turned them over to Capital Lodge No 6 and they were buried with the honors of the order Wednesday afternoon near Bridgeport The deceased was a nephew of of this Mr W G Sargent county w Of Adams N Y ate nothing but dry Capital Hntel RaxEiriEnt n bread for three years on account of that terrible disease Dyspepsia He They will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a states that he was entirely cared by short time Dr Kales Household Tea and can now eat anything This greatest medicine known is sold at 25 and 50 cents per package at Carpenters 2 drug store The Orphans Reunion The annual reunion of the Orphan Brigade of the Confederate Army will be held this year at Versailles on the 27th and 28th of this month The people of Versailles and Woodford county are making great preparation for their entertainment Â¬ BRASS KETTLES ENAMELED KETTLES GRANITE KETTLES Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The First Sale of Forks of Elkhorn neighborhood sold to Messrs Williams Hughes of this city on Monday two hundred barrels of corn this years Mr Bedford crop at 225 has one of the best crops in the county it Change of Business Mr William Bedford Mr Mack Salyers has bought the meat store of Messrs Salyers Jefltirs and will remove to town to reside while his brother Mr Sam Salyers has rented Macks farm near Summit Station and will remove to the country TINKETTTLES FOR PRESERVING FRUIT t v i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Remodeling and Repairing Dr E E Hume on Monday commenced tearing away that por tion of the old Welch property which fronts on Ann street and will erect a new and modern front to the house and remodel and im prove the interior of the same Mr S C Cryer has the contract Â¬ 1 Masons Fruit Jars Plain Glass Fruit Jars Stone Fruit Jars and Tin Cans For Preserving - Â¬ JmJ 20 tt 07 HANNEN i m Greens Grapes Mr James G Green has sent us from his Tunnel Hill Hardin county fruit farm a couple of bisktts of delicious grapes Jims friends here will be glad to know that he is doing well in his new venture and he has a good crop HTJBSEYS PRICES The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder AprlUS YJL- Trotting Races AT PEPPERS TRACK rrmrsF7mO FIRST BAOB No Entrance Fee ii iiilttaOTivtVlh 1 this year 1 m ness to the Complexion hnd cures Consumption 25c 50c and 100 22 For sale by W McKee Hardle Karls Clover Jloot the new Blood Purifier gives freshness and clear Â¬ USjPowder No Ammonia No Alum ftrijULBaking itijajf Wednesday Oct 18 KAOBS tTA SECOND BAOB 100 Sot of Harness Used in MillionsTofiHomesr 40 Yqars the Standard l For Trotting or Pacing 222 Class 50 Set of Harness A 2 year old Stake Everybody invited to witness the great races I - Admission Free u2u win r to jL J a ry1iTiTfllm ittiAitM ttiftti iijt f j5tfifltai -- teiJaKJiw - fisft j A1M fcJ iA liifcftt hiVrkfciiifcififrmktoi jtf HEAR IT t n ERAMFORT ROUNDABOUT RINGIilNG BROS CIHOUS Confidence t j I J0 HWl7 Restored CROMWELL EY-AT-LA- And people are taking advantage of the BARGAINS that are being offered by W L COPPERSMITH THE JEWELER They must go to make room for the arrival of the new incumbent Mr Watch and his accessories Resolved That these resolutions WM be spread on the records of the DR W I KELLEY FRANKFORT SEPTEMBER 2 1898 Tho Wliole World Made Tribu- Branch and that a copy be sent to W ATTORN tary to Tills Marvelous OF CINCINNATI IO will be at the the family of the deceased and the same be published in the city Tented Exposition Tlie Convicts Lament papers HOTEL RBAZ BSTATB AGENT PBACTICl IK THK COURTfl OT God pity the wretched prisoner The far rteaphing enterprise of Franklin and tfc adjoining eenntlsai J G Schweers In tils lonely cell to day mil also give spActal ttSuorHo th cnraiUM IN LEXINGTON KY W S Cady theRingling Brothers whoe fa and sal of ruJ Mtat etlteettoB at trat Whatever the sin that tripped him TMIi and t MgetUt af lew mous Worlds Greatest Shoyrs ex Saturday September 2 1893 James Gibbons God pity him still I pray s loan Only a glimpse of sunshine Titbit vat Frankfort Wednesday E Power MMM Saturday September 23 1893 W Through the rugged walls of stone Committee September 20 is bounded only by Saturday October 14 1893 To make hi sad and aching heart the limitations of the terrestrial i Moan for loved ones at home tff To Ijatonla HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without surgJca In their efbrts to globe itself 11 f Only a patch of urehI operation tiiid wltu little or no puin give to the public each successive J To starve his hopes upon REEFRENCE8 Reduced rates to La ton ia Fall Only surging memories season some new and hitherto W SIcKee Hurdle Frankfort Ky Of n past that is tetter gone undreamed of novelty they have Races September 2d to October J A Scott Frankfort Ky Only pity from women and Crescent Dr E M Ooberr Frankfort Ky The Direct and Popular Line to compelled every clime habitable 7 1893 via Queen J T Stuten Frunkfort Ky Only hate from men Frankfort and uninhabitable to pay tribute Route Tickets on sale each day V BerberlchHulett BensonKy to whisper Only remorse Ky Rev L P to Frankfort Ky Of a life that might have been The jungles of meetingfive Cincinnati and re- A II McClure Frankfort Ky V Uqtheir enterprise J uugbes days from date of David Moore Benson Ky of Africa and the pampas of the turn good Once we were little children C sale from all stations on Q Jas M WlthrowFninkfoit Ky And then our untrained feet southern hemisphere have given in KenWere led by a gentle mother DR KELLEYS office and residence Is at 269 up their treasures for this vast and Louisville Southern West Elgbtn street Cincinnati und where he may Toward tbeGoWen3treet f tucky Te found every day of each week except s ATUR concourse of zoological ethnolog Therefore If In lifes torrent Pamphlets describing these DAYS We since hare lost our way ical and aquatic marvels The Tickets Cincinnati to Lexington and the mode of treatment sent free to diseases any one W I KKLLEY M D Jor the sake of ber who loved us famous circuses of Europe have and return at one fare for the by addressing 259 W Eight St Cincinnati O And all Points NORTH and WEST God pity us still I pray sent their -- leading equestrian and round trip every Saturday eveCONSULTATION FREE good returning Monday And how often does he taluk thus v t Heading the ning acrobatic features Are you sure t he sVwMhltng tpkej Hot of great riders is Charles W will enable turfmen and others to Vestibuled Trains That tripped the feet of others Fish the champion somersault spend Sunday in the Blue Grass Might not have bruised your own Dining Car Service Are you sure the sad faced angel Neither Region equestrian of the world D G Edwards G P A AND Who writes our errors down t Palace Chair Cara America nor Europe has ever pro Will ascrlW to you morehonor Cincinnati O among Chief duced his equal Than him on whom you Irown Pullman Buffet Sleeper m HOGSHEAD FACTORY the phalanx of aerial stars are the Recovers His jSncecJi Or if a pteadier purpose In their start Brothers Vernon Unto your life be given n Only First Classs Accommodations ling feais in mid air they are with Alphonce Hempling of Summit An easier will to conquer For Further Information Address PURCHASED THE PLANING MILL i An easier road to heaven One hundred horses township Butler Co Perm made an HAVING tobacco bogsied licto- - f Messrs out rivals d son UongletOi liTon I am prepared iu funlfli Then bless the hand that crowned you in a grand ba let millitant aston affidavit that his who had had St Vitus Dance for Remember well as you go S L Srjant C A W S Pi L Never before twelve years lost bis speech was DOORS ish the multitude It wai notour own endeavor SASH so completely cured after using three were dumb brutes taught to do so That shaped our natures BLINDS LOUISVILLE KY FRAMES bottles Dr Miles Restorative The lar- Nervine ofand also recovered his much and do it so well And as he thinks of loving wlte biilNGLES OB TURNED WORK And a home that might have been gest giraffe in captivity a mam speech Thousands testify to won- Â¬ oTAIH WORK In the dally tolls of prison life moth hippopotamus two herds of derful cures from using it for nerVND Ali XIKOS OF Mid scenes of strife und sin JusBarkerGPAChicago ffl nervous ponderous performing elephants a vous diseases dyspepsia of mind Then memory takes him back again debility dullness confusion To the peace of other days a pair of baby elephants a bihorned headache c Four dOBes of this Ere crushod beneath the utaln of sin gnu and other rare animals are Nervine cured Mrs W E Burns as well itb tobucco hosheids Factory one a He saw her loving face striking features of the menagerie South Bend Ind who had been hall bocks rum P st UftkH on rher Co t ald for a hliiru of i uolc jkitruiiufee is spnclt He doubts not If the Governor knew The free daily street parade is un- suffering with constant headache eleShortest and quickest between y three months Trial bottle and h CHOATE The thoughts of an Innocent man To miss Rtngling gant book free at J W Gayles 4 surpassed That ho would ever hesitate CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT Brothers Mammoth Shows is to To extend him a helping hand So while an unfortunate convict TOBACCO MAR- Â¬ liOUISVILIE mis the event of a lifetime JOHN DRIMOLL Only direct line between ups downs PHOENIZ - Wl MONON ROUTE Â¬ ZT Â¬ CHICAGO Â¬ PLAJOTG MILL - twelve-year-ol- IM Â¬ -- Â¬ Finish For Sept--i- House Kentucky Midland Ry Â¬ Â¬ md In his prison Has composed this piece of poetry For the Honorable John Toung Brown Composed by ANUKEW KET ft of the firm he is the senior A convict In doing Co Cheney of Ky July 26 1893 State Prison Frankfort new in the oity of Toledo county tm amd State aforesaid and chat said firm will pay the Bum of oae hsn The Courts drod dollars for eaok and every case that cannot be cared by of Monday is county court day and theCatarrhHalls Catarrh Core use of Frank J Ohkney the fall terms of the Court of ApSworn to before me aad subscribed peals and Superior Courts also is my preaeaoe this 6th day f De The eentor 1A D 1S6S w ujwsabwi commence on that day A Notary Uto September term of the Circuit 8SAL Huksikxk name not rightly State of Onio City ok Toledo SB Lucas County Frank J Cheney makes oath that partner FURNISHED BY GLOVER I I DURRETT LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE FJ lai m Â¬ Advertised Court does not commence until BaVfl Oatrrk Ctaro is taJka fatr-acta tKreotbr wm next Monday and to day is the aalhr aad mvwras suriaoe kleod aad f tke last day for filing suits system Bead for teatimesJalfl free F J OSEKSY ft CO Tofefe O Mts MrftoM by a 4rsft4t Letters at Sales on our market for the week just closed amount to 1596 hhds with receipts for the same period of 1821 hhds Sales on our market since Jan Â¬ uary lBt amount to 92004 hhds Sales of the crop of 1892 on our market to this date amonnt to 94652 hhds Our market this week has shown rather more strength all along the line of burley grades but not suffi Â¬ cient advance to change quotations Reports from growing crop have been rather more unfavorable this week than at any time during the season t22j Liquor Merchant A Frankfort lisle jdorgetovn fiaysfille mouth and and Paris Fal Â¬ Cir Cyathiana Covington lu line of pure Anderon county whiskies 1 ASK FOR TICKETS VIA KY BV MIDLAND- - wines brundlee 233 th TSAiliS BtlK CEKTRIL STAWDABD BDOiDWAY opposite State House April lG tt TIME TIME TABLE MAY 27 lt3 I ROYAL KWIHi I A M 1 TRAINS K AST Lv Lv Lv I Np P M No 9 p u No 7 Kentucky Frankfort 8 The following quotations fairly rep Â¬ resent our market for new burley to- Â¬ WARRARTED bacco 1892 crop Trash dark or damaced 3 tobacco Common Oolory trash 4 25 5 00 Medium to good colory Common lugs not colory Common Colory lugs MlinillBl M Below will be found a list of adver Â¬ tised letters for the week ending Resolutions of Respect trash September 2 1893 Bradley Annie Butler Jane Dawney Jas Dannefl Wm Flad Edwin Fitzgerald Mrs Janesns John Lang Geo King Ules Miller Mrs Marten Allen I 7 oo 8 oo lugs of the Catholic Knights of Ameri- Â¬ Common to medium leaf 7 ooa 9 00 ca held on Saturday evening the Medium to good leaf 11 003 M5 00Good to fine leaf following resolutions were unani- Â¬ Select or wrappery 15 00a 20 00 tobacoo mously adopted At the meeting of Branch 83 Medium to good colory 5 00 4 00a 5 oo 7 00 5 00 a 5o I ilHIF BHUfflBffiSUInHiH MHkWraiAmMkkW i InBkm L l Hf TikkkM HHaMHfnHHL L Lv Lv Lv Lv L Lv Lvswitzer stamping Ground Georgetown C S Depot Summit iilKhoni Frankfort A 700 706 711 738 736 742 749 7W 816 616 I 340 346 3 52 1246 1255 duvall luiiiifon 6 0 4 24 4 31 C 400 411 418 4H 502 515 110 126 X0S iv Newtown at lv Centrevllle Kiizabetb Paris aa Nol2- - 830 P M 6K I - iVIMi Fl If Arneorgetown Ar Johnson Ar Duvall Ar Newtown Ar C S Dejiot Ar Centervllle B r Elizabeth TRAINS WK8T Mir is INoT lWotiliSoil60 ouo 600 3S 345 kUTX 627 749 a03 882 a62 906 915 926 42B 10 - c 9V0 1010 1017 1023 10 30 uu6 916 949 92 1 Gilbert Charles Payne Mare Pry Mildred Hughes James Higgins James Russell Maria Johnson Delice Welsh Jennie V When calling for these letters say J M Saffell P M advertised Among the inoidonts of childhood bold relief as our memory revdrts to the days when we were young npno are more promi Â¬ The nent than severe sickness young mother vividly remembers that It was Chamberlains Cough Remedy cured her of oroup and in turn administers it to her own off spring and always with the best re suits ior brio oy j w uayio Ford WaBh McWilliam Leo Malcomb Virgle Wherhas It has pleased Al- Â¬ i I that stand out in mighty God to call from our midst Brother Patrick Corbett to his eternal reward therefore be it Resolved Branch 83 That Catholic Knights of America has lost one of its most prompt and efficient members his family a kind and indulgent husband and ttttfrwHlflvBASRiiiiRfflH9flR father and the community an honest and upright citizen 50 FOR CASE IT WILL NOT CURE U Resolved That we tender to the Anaaroeablo Laxatlvo and NEItVE TONIC by Druggists or SCc50o family and relations of our late Sold byJVirmi nnnlrnfrAeent mallfnw nml tl Rnmnlm Tho Favorlto I00T3 TOWIIB brother our heartfelt sympathy in DTI tMt for tho Teeth and HrcaUu26c AV JdV VV McKee Harcjie ii repar this hour of affliction and For sale by able loss I HALLS OLD STAND Jn28 lT A I Bl uiliiiltliinilililiiililiililililililililiiliiiliiililtiJiiHiiiiiiin Haa a SeU threaulog Shuttle Ha No Equal in CoustrueUoa Ilaa a Meclianlcal Appearaaee lias an Elegant Flnlsli Ilaa a Perfect Aujuitmeat XIas a 1obIUvo Xake up 5 HaaStvUah Furniture Has More Oooa Sewing QuftlltlMad 3 does a larger Range oiOeaeral Werk 1 than in nnMiuiuiuivui h WnM In wj g ExmfR8 THE ROYAL fbi points j exoJlencej and yen will tuMauun uign Kt edie nu a Heugetune Arm d2S M GO - ArPummlt Ar Frankfort k ArStaraplaKGround Ar Swltzer Ar Klkhorn A T 1042 1049 1066 1K05 65 7 08 715 721 780 680 685 642 648 li 12 448 C B connects with Q C connects with K C Minnonti with M N and L 8 filnMIln io il if I buy no etkir 1 ROYAL Rickfari IIL lllllllllW I Effective May 27th and during the summer t he following Sunday schedule will be In effect SUNDAY TRAINS East No 5 lemes Frankfort 746 a in No Georgetown BMOnrrlves at Tarls 915 ii m Georgetown 450 3 leaves Frankfort 340 p in runs o va p in an ives in Wuvr--NGeorge Â¬ 0 leaves Parla 930 a in town ln05 arrives Frankfort 1105 a mj No 4 Iflives Purls 650 p m Georgetown 630 arrives at FriuiKrort7SJup m The Kentucky Midland Railway and connee f tlons form the shortens and cheapest route to all points north south east and west For further Information apply to their agents CI lllllllllllllllltllIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIMtlllliW -- I BETICAW Gen Puis ActA Uiu D ik il WiSliiL - City TloVot Agent uAHiJsu uen uupt -- Vfliiftliiffilitttrit j j HmVi ii vil L -- L fc4iiAi vjkl jjk MW M n a v t jn--- - - -i a fj v jjv is MV Ah 6 J fn l f 4 i Fruit Cans Mason Jars f Water Coolers Refrigerators Ice Cream Freezers Gasoline Stoves Coal Oil Stoves 15 Screen Clothvr Fly Fans Fly Traps I Lower than any other house in the city can sell them i T Call and see and get prices No trouble to show goods O SIDE TRACKED war T Â¬ JLtiF CJ c L B MET JeJLh 752 W A GAINES Is Svi n 9- m m V- K1 city and spent the earlier portion of her life here In 1866 she removed to Nashville Tennessee The Street Railway Hung Up By where she became a teacher in the The City Council Ward Female Seminary In 1875 she took charge of Warrendale Proceedings of that Bodj in Re Â¬ Seminary at Georgetown which lation to tho Matter she conducted successfully until 1882 when she became principal Called Meeting of Jessamine Female Institute at Friday Sept I 1893 Nicholasville building that instiAll the members of the countution up from a very small affair cil were present except Council to a well equipped boarding school Miles maryj and college and some of the TJie meeting was called for the noblest women of this State and psrpose of considering the ex- the South received their education tension of the street railway on al training at her hands Early North Wilkinson street or Lewis last spring she was compelled by Ferry Road failing healthHo give up theschool Councilman Watson offered the to seek much needed rest but following healttf the never regained her Whereas The Capital Railway nervous prostration brought on by Company having failed to comply with the provisions ot the or- overwork finally causing her death She was an intelligent and acdinance erantine them certain rights privileges and franchise complished lady who was dearly in that they have failed to give beloved by pupils and patrons bond as required by ordinance alike and has left the impress of a and also havincr begun work on that portion of the Lewis Ferry noble Christian character upon the The anTurnpike Company s road in the age in which she lived said inouncement of her death will citv limits before the tracks of Railway Company had been shown bring sadness to numerous homes or located by plan or diagram as throughout the South where she required by said ordinance Resolved That the rights and was known and loved Her funeral took place Monday privileges and franchise granted by this council to the Capital at noon at New Castle Rev Railway Company be and the George Darbie of this city con same are hereby repealed Adopt- ducting the services and many of ed unanimously her friends and relatives from this Mr Watson moved the adop place were present to pay the last tion of the following tribute of respect to her memory That the mayor be requested Corbett Mr Patrick Corbett and directed to see that work on died at his home in South Frankthe street railway be stopped until the resolution just adopted shall fort Saturday morning after a have been finally disposed of lingering illness aged 38 years Adopted unanimously His funeral took place Sunday Mr afternoon at 3 oclock from the Mr Nelson in behalf of Ruple the contractor for the Catholic Church and was attended stone work for the piers of the by the Catholic Knights of bridge stated that Mr J B Hen America of wliich he was a memdrick required that he be paid for ber the privilege of stone being hauled Halnan Mrs EUenJj JHalnan over the roadway to the pier died Friday evening of last week Mr McClure offered the follow- at the residence of her son Mr ing resolution which was adopted James M Hainan on Main street unanimously The deceased was aged 82 years ten born in Ireland and had been a Resolved That the sum of dollars be voted to Mr J B Hen resident of this city for nearly drick for the privilege of hauling fifty years She was a consistent stone and material to the abutmember of the Catholic Church ment from which her funeral took place The council then adjourned unSunday afternoon at 230 oclock til to morrow morning at 8 a m near Wash At his home this county on Deaths Stedmantovvn Sunday August 27 Mr J B Hewitt Miss Mattie F Hewitt Wash The burial took place died Saturday at the home of her place Monday at Stamping brother-in-laMr John W Ground Mathews in New Castle after a Shaw Mrs Sallie A Shaw lingering illness The deceased was a daughter of widow of the late John R Shaw the late Judge John M Hewitt and mother of Mr George Shaw who was for many years a promi- of this city died Thursday at the Dr nent lawyer and politician in this the home of her Â¬ -- George M Reddish in Somerset The remains were brought here yesterday morning for interment the funeral taking place from the Christian Church of which the deceased had long been a member MARSHALL fl L 6 MARSHALL a CO Pushing tho Work Taylor 8c Glore the contractors for the new pavement on Second street are going right along with the work They have set the curbing from the alley between Shelbyand Main to the corner of Shelby and will have the stone on the ground to curb from the corner of Shelby to Steele street Monday As soon as the curbing and gutteringis completed the entire distancethesidewalk will be laid Already the south side of Second presents a much better appearand Messrs Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 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 A good line of both city and country property for sale at all times 1 OFFICE 236 MAIN STEEET Â¬ FOR SALR Side of cash could arrange to sell on payments FOR SALE FOR SALE 5B0 750 and 850 or f 2000 cash for aU three This property mould make a good Invest Â¬ ment as it rents well and Is now paying 19 per monthThree desirable parties who can mak a small cash payment can arrange to pay the balance In weekly Installments GABD8N FABM ACBES WEIL COTTAGE OF located on a A FRAME desirablefeet oowithTHBEE BOOMS A proved FrankfortOF 12ftgood turnpike roadIM-8 Short street South lot 60 by 160 party a small amount miles from To a asr weekly Forks of Elkhoiu CHESS OFFER WE property FOB SALE THE Elkhorn WABBEN at the Forks of consist log of a two story frame residence of eight rooms a frame cottage ot nil rooms and This property Is cen Â¬ sereral vacant lots trally located and Is very desirable for either resi Â¬ dence or business property COTTAGES ON THE THBEE located and In good SOUTH SIDE neighborhood Prices - Â¬ Â¬ Thr is a Sit - BUILDING LOTS Tri everything la QiataBenta Jr Halos Household OifcBMRH taaU at he head It ii affooMMg mot waa MEDIUM PBICED BUILDING SITES WE derful cures and ciriag greater satis desire to call special attention to the Bar FOR SALE rett lots on Holmes street Two new residences faction than any other remedy in the have just been completed on a port of this prop world For cute brataat tars erty and we have one more lot Co by 200 reel which sprains frostbite aablaia ekaayea GARDEN FARM OF FIVE ACRES WITH we will sell at a bargain to some desirable party hands and 11m ecaeeaa salt raeaaa A residence of lire rooms and other Improve who will build immediately pilos c it baa a equal We eiaiai ments at Thorn HIU This property will be sold ifctutd coit things for is the goaraatoe what at a bargain wn caim great pais aai It jiti cure Pat p fit 96 and its oozes Large saw cheapest Far BOOMS COTTAGE FOR SALE sale by Pmfa Oarpbntbkj druggist AFBAME street South OF SEVENproperty IsON Side This In Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - i F0RRENT a wiffl Borii Wavts In Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HIGHYJEW Garrard county to wife of Mr W L Wayts of HAVE FIVE WE rooms A DESIRABLE COTTAGE OF prop on Hlghvlew for sale This Louisville formerly of this city a erty has a lot 112 by 1U2 feet and would make a very desirable home daughter Josephine Nelson Wayts FOR SALE Green To Dr F P Green 100 BUILDING LOTS and wife nee Miss Blanche Ken- f HANDSOME SET OK BED ROOM FUBNI OFFER FOR SALE A NUMBER OF 1 tnre 1 Bureau Office Table I Childs Bed dall of Memphis Tennessee a All of the above articles art of good quality and WE building lots on Wilkinson street at one will be sold cheap hundred dollars each daughter Â¬ Â¬ rooms each on North St Claslr street and one two story frame residence ot six rooms on Shelby street between Cross and Campbell South Side This property It well located and would make a very desirable home The lot Is 40 by 300 feet 2 TWO STORY FRAME RESIDENCES OF NINE good repair and we are authorized to rent It at 15 per month M L Cures Consumption Coughs Croup Sore Sold by all Oruissisu on a Guarantee For a Lame Side BackorCheit Shlloha Porous Plaster will give great satisfaction 4 cents B MARSHALL CO i Â¬ - Throat Â¬ Mrs T 8 Hawkins Chattanooga Tenn saya SMlohaVitaltzertlAVED MY LIVE I consider it the best remedy for adelMtatedwUm For I ever used excels DyspepsiaetaLiveror Kidney Price 75 trouble It SHILOHS VITALIZER Fine Furniture v - Â¬ Â¬ JJJ COMPLETE STOCK S REMEDY It Of all the Newest and Prettiest For sale by W McKee Hardie Patterns In order to make room lr Henry Showalter for our large stock of Fall goods PUBLIC AUCTIONEER we will offer special HILOHVSkCATARBH will Have you Catarrh Trythto Remedy xnia in relieve and Cure you Prloeeo etala furnishedÂ¬ jector for Ite successful treatment freo Shllohs Itemedles are sold by ua oo a guarantee to give satisfaction VJ M M frS vj Jun a8 HALL8 OLD STAND w rJ ki W n Aug 26 Jin Sheep for pale HAVE FOR SALE 100 HEAD OF FIRST ewes which I will selljon six months Also a few Shropshire and Siuth Down ducks tnut l wiu sen en win SOUTH TRIMBLE augao tt Forks of Elkhorn Kr LOW PRICES R ROGERS Â¬ I class time son-in-la- w SON mm t t0n aP JWWm ewpwwi li 1 Change Our Location for Business Iome time this year Wc 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 t j c i i tt t hit jei i rrihXiTTivr w iuuwi iui price anu quality 01 gooas ana will save you money v l vvjc laUCC our large SIOCK in store ana warenouscs in inercrar ui siurc wmiiiiiiiu TTir t KELexal XJLgrlrt and IKear xaiaxdrare TTvall Paper Harness SaddJex3r Paints Oils Bock Salt Cement Plaster Se wer Pipe Pl ue Pipe Wire Spokes Iron Xjin ie Tools G arden Harness Leatlier Lace Seather Pirns vTfcieels IE3opeT Pislxingr Tackle Ooatlersr arxd Binder 1wirae G uaranteed Hose aaad DLiarwn IMo wexs Scc 4 fJLgents for TMfflf TO HER REWARD Walter JL Wood J p RELIGIOUS Church Mcnzsrere and Binders Opposite the Farmers Bank Oor Main and Lewis Streets Xj M A COLLINS UNEQUAL RIGHTS Â¬ Getting Up a School Mrs Prudence B Lifes Burden iYesterday Morning at The hour of the evening services Prof Harney is in the city with an Eleva at the various Churches has been A Governor Paid and Hunt Laid Down tor Boy DockedfprTimo Not the intention of getting up a private changed to 730 oclock 5 Oclock Rev W B Cooper will occupy the pulpit to morrow at 11 a m No First Presbyterian Mrs Prudence Blackburn Hunt service at night died yesterday morning at 5 oclock after a brief illness at the Southern Presbyterian Church Rev ThoB E Sullivan of Virginia Mr will occupy the pulpit to morrow at home of her FrankChinnirr South Frankfort 11 a m and 730 p m aged 75 years rhe deceased was a zealous lbeEpiscopal Church Thero will no services to morrow morning or iChristian arida member of the evening Methodist Church Her life was Ohribtian Church The usual rilled with good works and hei will services tomorrow at 11 and greatest enjoyment in life was in be conducted by Rev George 730 Darsie making those about-- her happy thepastor Night subject A Bank Aconsequently she possessed the that will not break Young Peoples Socfety6f Chris flove and esteem of all withiwhom tian Endeavor in the lecture room at jsne came in contact uci uwui 650 Loe A Owen Leader will be sincerely mourned by white ncL colored alike wherever she Oatholi6 Church The usual servicer at the Ghurchbf the Good rr jKa4Known w will be con in- - Woodfprd Shepherd to motrow She by HeV Father W E Gorey ducted county itr this State her maiden iHe pastor name being Blackburn She was High mass at 8 a m low mass a cousin of Senator J C S Black- at 10 a m and vespers at 300 p m burn and United States Marshal Baptist Church Rey W C TayJas Blackburn and the widow of lor the usual pastor will conduct Maj6r W G Hunt a large planter the services to morrow morning at 11 in Washington county Mississippi and at 730 p m Sunday school at 030 a m in the before the war who lost his life in chapel the explosion of the steamer W R Carter near Vicksburg in Methodist Church To morrow will be the last Quarterly Meeting 1866 Rev J8 for this conference year She leaves two daughters and Rand of Lexington will preach in two sons Mrti Russell Rodman the morning at 11 oclock and at of this city Capt William G 730 p m Sunday school meets at 030 a m and Mr Flournoy Hunt and Mrs The Epworth League will convene Alice Johnson of Mississippi to in the class room at 7 oclock One son mourn her death Matrimonial Col George Hunt and two daughA protracted meeting will be com Â¬ Jas Mun ters Mrs Stone of Mississippi menced at Evergreen Baptist Church near Farmdale to morrow morning fort of LaGrange Ky was marand Mrs Frank Chinri of this conducted by the pastor Rev O J city having preceded her to the Thompson assisted by Rev Mr Mil- Â¬ ried to Mrs Laura Ames of grave lard The meeting will be continued Bellepoint Thursday evening at She was one of the Salt of the two weeks with service at 1030 a m 8 oclock at the Mcjthjodist parsonage Rev H G Henderson offi earth and her death was but the and 7S0 p m each day laying down of the old life in this The Union Services during July ciatmg m world to take up the new in the and August were well attended and your oity taxes by the Pay bright and beautiful world beyond much enjoyed 12th of this month as the The funeral takes place this Now for a vigorous Fall and Winter penalty will be affixed after that day mprningat II oclock from the campaign in all our Churches 57 2t residence of Mr Chinn on South son-in-law B - Â¬ was--bor- n Â¬ Â¬ school for young men and boys Prof Harneys reputation as an Gov Brown yesterday again re instructor is wellknown to many fused to aoorove the claim of of our citizens and such a school Buford Williams for nineteen isneeded in our community days services in July as elevator The Buys a No 1 or 2 Rambler with boy at the State Hduse Governor hadnot nojjfied Williams non slipping corrugated tires fully of his intension to rrjake achange Warranted Roberts agent 11 apd the young man was ready every day of the period charged inhiscairato beginwork as soon as the elevator which wasbroken was put in proper rejoair If the Governor meant q act Jn good fajtho cut offpay for services nofiactuaUy renderedwhy did he not cut off his ovnpay asGover ijor while he wasjabsen at Chw cago and Lieut Goj A ford was serving and drew the pay therefor did The Governor Jjowever iw not do this but drew 50 out of ilEWJOYSI the State Treasury fjSr services not Both the method and results when rendered and for time spent in Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant anotfeperson was and refreshing to ihe taste and acts Chicago yet promptly on the Kidneys performing his duty and receiving fently and Bowels cleanses the sys full pay or it froVntlie State tem effectually dispels colde head As in almost everyone of Gdv aches aud fevers and cures habitual Syrup of Figs is the BVowns official actsthe motive constipation only remedy of its kind ever pro for hisremarkable fcpasm of econ luced pleasiug to the taste and ac orny in passing upon the claims of ceptable to the stomach prompt in ts action and truly beneficial in its other persons tharihjs own may effects prepared only from the most be traced it is said to the fact of healthy and agreeable substances its young Williams offensive partisan- Â¬ many excellent qualities commend it ship in affiliating with the Aud- to all and have made it the most remedy known itors department instead of the popular of Figs is for sale in 50c Syrup Executive side of the State House and SI bottles by all leading drug- in Actual ServiceI - 120 JBb NM IDBjl KENT LEAKAGE IMPOSSIBLE Bottom and sides one continu Â¬ ous Piece of Lumber Material White Ash Wood Inside Castings WeU Galvanized Butter Made jn3to introduce them THE 10 Minutis CO O i AGENTS WANTED In every town Sinarlechnrni sold in localities where we nave no agents at wholesale prioea to SttifcrCirculirfcPnee Uit y - M BROWN ros saia bt r1 WAPAKONETA -- 1 ONE WMWRIGHT 447 East Main Streef Frankfort - Kentucky I l UJ I yfe The only patent churn which will bear a guarantee Juuo249ca il Â¬ Â¬ l H Q 1CATTEE3J THE- - Â¬ Fligiiinher 334 MAIN STREET Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MuNFORT-AMES-r-- Â¬ gists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SAN FRANCISCO CAL FRANKFORT Kx Â¬ Louisviue r new iork ny Â¬ SLEEPIM -- VIA BIG FOUR E0UTE -- To reduce your weight SIIRKLY use Wlllards Obesity Pills and 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 nealth beautify the complexion und leave NO WRINKLES Lucy Anderson 84 Auburn street Cambridge Mass writes Three bottles of your Obesity Pills re Â¬ duced uiy weight from 225 pounds to 190 and I never felt better In all my life I am much pleased with the result and shall do hU I can to neipyou uur patrons include lnislclans Bankers Lawyers and leaders of Society Our goods are not sold In drug stores ail orders are supplied direcrfrom our orace Price per ack- age 4200 or three packages for 500 by mall pre pald Particulars sealed 4 cts ALL CORRES Â¬ PONDENCE CONFIDENTIAL WILURO AplWro FAT PEOPLE TO THE GEM CO BOSTON MISS t 1 i Shelby street Specimen Coses Alltlio Schools Will bo Open We are requested by the President of the School Board to notify parents that all the public schools of the city the South Frankfort JWcst End and Colored will open their fall sessions on Monday and h they are requested to see that their children are present at the opening so that they may start in with the balance of the grades to which they have been or may be assigned front room on street suitable for office Address M this office Main Â¬ H Clifford of New CaBSell Wis was trouhled with Neuralgia and Rheumatism his etomaoh was disor- Â¬ dered his liver was affected to an alarming degreo appetite fell away and he was terribly roduced in flesh and strength Three bottles of Eleo trlo Bitters cured him Edward Shepherd Harrodsburg 111 had a running sore on his leg of eight years standing Used three bottles of Electrio Bitters and seven boxes of Bucklens Arnica Salvo and hid leg is sound and well John Speaker Catawba O had Ave large fever sores on his leg doctors safd he was incurable One bottle Elec Â¬ trio Bitters and ono box Bucklens Arnica Salve cured him entirely Sold by the South Side drug store S THB LAKE ROUTE TO THE WORLD5 FAI VIA PICTURESQUE MACKINAC Worlds Fair Work Worry We all love comfort especially when traveling and what a great comfort it is to be able to take a are a formidable trio yet the weak sleeping car at your own homo which person frequently has to meet all of tnem at once How can he overcome runs right through to Chicago with Â¬ The answer is with our Comvoohd out change and lands passengers at Oxtokn and ours only The count Â¬ tho Entrance Gate to the Worlds less demonstrations of 23 years war Â¬ rant this reply Fair without change or transfer of Our treatmentlsavallable for home any kind How can this be accom- Â¬ use neither need your occupation b e Why simply by asking plished The value of these Interfered with features Is obvious What about your your local agent for tickets via the need Abook of explanation and proof Big Four Route which is absolutely la yours to consider if asked for now the only line running through sleep Â¬ STA RK PA LE tyfrArch StreetEYPhiladelphia N 1529 ing cars in connection with tho E T Pa G Ry and Queen V Orescent Route direot to the Worlds Fair Grounds and landing passengers con- Â¬ venient to the Worlds Fair Hotel Fine Farm for Rent District Through Sleeping Oar leaves Macon 1115 a m Atlanta 210 DUDLEY FARM ADJOINING CITY p m Rome 455 p m Chattanooga eorgotown pike limits 725 p m and arrives Chicago 515 p 200 acres on theresidence tobacco containing largo barn and m Ask for tickets via tho Big Four stables Splendid dairy and tobscco farm Possession given March 1st 1814 For particu Â¬ Route and for further information address D B Martin General Passen Â¬ lars apply to FRANK CHINN ger Agent Cincinnati July 22 tf Frunklort Ky For Rent A Avoid tho heat and dust by travelin the Detroit i Cleveland Steam Navigation Company Two new steel passenger steamers havo just been built for this Upper Lake route costing 300000 each and nro guaranteed to bo tho grandest largest safest and fastest steamers on tho Lakes speed 20 miles per liour running time between Cleveland Toledo and Chicago less than CO hours Pour trips per week between Toledo Detroit Alpena Mackinac Potos key and Chicago Daily trips between Detroit and Cleveland during July and August double dally Bervico will be main tained giving a daylight rido across Lake Erie Dally service between Cleveland First class stateroom and accommodations and menu and exceed 3 P H Carpenter ingly low Round Trip Rates Tho pala For Sale I have a choice tial equipment tho luxury of tho appoint Â¬ piece of city property for sale ments makes traveling on these stoamero illus thoroughly enjoyable Send Call on trated pamphlet Address A Afor A first class investment Schnntz me lor terms ana price Q P A Dotroit Cleveland Steam Nav Detroit Mich A H Waggoner on tho Floating Palaces of Â¬ and Disease Put-in-Ba- y Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fmmmt WIHBQJMIW r - 8i 4 - fr r 1 fVV V rr fc iZ B H J i The Great Crash Still On DOWN DQ1 H 0 THEC - PRICES mv f3tLIJfIS FiiniQH HS Mens all wool suits that were n 5 io and 12 TAN SHOES sizes that were M Cn Uemt- Bats - were 12 n Sl25one large lot Ladies Tan Button Shoes all 250 1 750 Mens all wool suits that and i5 tta for R the world nunJan overr Rr Ust- fUof - -- e f - ife i - 75c one lot Ladies Oxfords that sold for f 125 - and 79 12c one large lot Mens1 Socks that were 10c and 10 Mens all wool suits that were 15 and 18 t one large lot Misses Hi 50 and Hi 75 Oxfords that sold for 14c one largelotJJ Mens Suspenders that were 25c W 150fix for boys suits that were 250 T Hi 75 one lot Mens Tan Shoes that were jteSO and H275 3 J8150 Shirts that were H250 dnebtglot Mens Negligee and Madras 2 r 5 for Boys suits that were 3 and tr 56 - 2 one lot Mens Tan Shoes that were 1 50c 35c tremendous big lot Straw Hats that were 65c and 75c mostly boys sizes V 3 for boyssuits that were 7and 8 WE NEED CASH See the big window for prices C k i mjtHLTCTJLJCJ-BijC-BiiJb- 20c one big lot childrens wear Shirts and Draw Â¬ ers that were 35c 40c and 56c 4 Â¬ MHMMHHWIWHmnMMMMW K Â¬ eJKoeI Fair k-2- - a mi s New Maimfactory Keenon opened in this city several months ago an establishment for the manufacture of hoops for tobacco hogsheads which promises to be a success The factory is located in the alley between Washington and Wilkinson streets on the lot adjoining the planing mill of Mr Robert Choate and gives employment to some half dozen hands The hoops are made of elm gotten out by machinery neatly dressed and put up in bundles of twelve ready for shipment and those of our tobacco raisers who have used them pronounce them first class and the best they have ever handled as they enable the farmer to put up a neater and more substantial package than he can with the old hand kmade article At present the factory turns out about seven hundred a day but in 3 short time the capacity will be increased Very little noise has been made about the establishment of this new enterprise in our midst but it will soon become known1 to the wholesale trade and its product will be much sought after Mr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Hurrali for Chicago N RailThe old reliable L road offers you the lowest rate yet quoted to Chicago On September N will 3d 4th and 5th the L sell round trip tickets to Chicago for io 15 good for 15 days BETTER STILL if Â¬ t You can buy round trip tickets to Indianapolis for H480 and ihen buy a round trip ticket from Indianapolis to Chicago for S3 65 making total rate of 845 Tickets limited September 16 Leave Frankfort 730 and 3 p m ar- Â¬ riving Chicago 950 p m and 730 a m Sleeping car berths reserved and baggage checked through For further informaN depot tion apply at L H B Logsdon Â¬ gress Washington D C September 5th to 8th 1893 via Queen and Crescent Route the agents Queen and Crescent Rout e vill sell tickets September 2d to 7th at one and one third fare for Through cars to the round trip Washington via Chattanooga solid vestlbaled trains Lexington and Cincinnati For rates c call on or address agents D G Edwards G P A The New South anil the Worlds No section of the country East ANNOUNCEMENTS For Representative Â¬ Cheap to Chicago September 2d 3d and 4th the rate to Indianapolis will be 480 and Indianapolis to Chicago 450 By this way you can get to the fair and return for So 10 See the Midland people for further infor mation C D Bercaw G P A Â¬ Agent m Excursion Hates Pi y vj i- m Ql y From September 2d to October N Railroad will 7th the L sell excursion tickets to to Cincinfor 3 63 for the nati Ohio round trip Tickets limited to five days N On September 4th the L will sell tickets to Louisville at 262 Tickets good until September 5th N Railroad will sell The L tickets on the certificate plan account Brotherhood of St Andrews to be held t Detroit Michigan for one and one third fare N Railroad will sell The L Do Yvft Xmw tickets on the certificate plan to Account ReThat a large proa3afffdkth8 In Cleveland Ohio cubihhI by oMuimtD union Army of Cumberland this ooaatrv at tioa amUW tMabteff JLmUmooU one and one third fare Im Vkm k hjIum km toa tor negleoted H B Logsdon piaatMiB Mwnwi Vry Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Another Break to Chicago September 3d 4th and 5th the Kentucky Midland will sell through tickets to Chicago and return at 1015 C D Bercaw G P A t A m S3bW c Wio7fc ar K is bUliPW HfcfcWH oosJKed triWto aadL wMummMb it to fe Vwttiirtthat es Jfy fcwt WHHttf LU m youWnet air lJMMil 40 2 cures Dyspepsia n digestjlor Debility BROWNS IRON BITTERS The Kentucky Midland offers a rate of one and one third fare to Walton and return certificate Account Miami Baptist plan Annual Meeting September 12th to October 10th the Kentucky Midland will sell tickets to western points at reduced rates Account harvest Excursion On September 5 th to oth the Kentucky Midland Railway will sell tickets to Stamping Ground Agent at one fare for the round trip to colored people attending the Reduced Rates Union Benevolent Meeting Miles Nerve and Liver Pilla To Cincinnati or Louisville via C D Bercaw Act on a new prlnolplo regulatln Queen and Crescent Route and G P A the liver stomaoh and bowels thouc Louisville Southern Railroad Acthe nerves A new disoovery Cr count Labor Day September 4th For Sale or Rent My house Miles Pills speedily curobiliousness Round trip tickets at one on West Main street at present bad taste torpid liver piles constipa 1803 and one third fare good to return occupied by Col Corbetts family tion opiewua lor men women ana children Smallest mildest surest September 5th x vaacssiuii given iiuiucuiaicty 50 doses for 25 oents Sam pies free at To Pan American Medical Con- - 52 tf Mrs W B Rodman J W Gayles Frankfort Ky 45 ly - Â¬ m r North or West in taking a greater in Â¬ terest in the Worlds Fair at present to ttie action it tbeDemocmtlc party than that portion lying south of Mason 44tr and nixnnn Una anil t vrtion Srmfch For Senator erners easily distinguishable in the I t0 ounce Hou W W immense throng by the graceful count ai candidate tunicary Bearing 01 me genuemen aicr UKNbUN this dUtrlct subject a to the aoUon of and the rare beauty of the ladies are S8e the Democratic pirtr to be met in groat numbers on the Juno8-teExposition grounds in the corridors For Mayor of the leading hotols and at the various social gatherings in the a cindldnt0 for re election aa Mayoif v Worlds Fair City To a larco extent thn Rnnnu nf action or the Democratic parti July 22 te the Fair depends upon the Southern people the Board of Managers ex wSrafSr Porlzed to nnnounce Mr LEWIS pect hundreds of thousands of peo Â¬ JSkv uiittwior Mayor or jrranuoit action ple from South of the Ohio river to KmnM r011 8aject to tne July 22 or the party te attend the Exposition and from present indications they will not be For Police Judge disappointed The railroads are making extensive preparations to nwar1llJtnhitllzetItonnounco w c HERN Tor take care of the people and their CMtWrSiU Je0U Police Judge ot the Clty theaft001 comfort enroute is fully assured The Big Four Route which is the only line making connection in Cen- For Superlutendent of jPudHc tral Union Station Cincinnati with acliools authorized to announce Miss LUGT through trains of the E T V G Queen Orescent Route Louisville SJwEI5Ji5IId52ter superintendent of for Frank In Nashville R R Kentucky Central the action of thO Democratic county aublect w party Aujf28 te Ry and Ohesupeake Ohio Rv Naturally forms the popular outlet for For City Marshal Southern travel and to accommodate the business flva nlncrnnf vaothnlrl We are autnorizedto nnnounce B B TEFVKBS trains with parlor cars sleeping cars as a candidate for jelectlon to the office of City mum uure ana elegant coacnes are Marshal subject to the action pf the Democrat V party run daily from Oinolnnatl toOhlnmrn StODDincr at Mirlwav Platannna Mil Main Entrance to the Worlds Pair 60th St Hyde Park 51st St 39th St 22d St and running into the new 12th St Station on the Lake- Front All the Worlds Fair hotels and1 xx LL PERONO HAVINO CLAIMS AUAINST iud oturgHrei yerRin will present boarding houses are located adjacent the sameoBuiwui undersigned properly proven 1 to the to the Big Four stations and passen- - Anyone knowing themselr s Indebted to the Mime gersviathe popular line avoid the S5HSiRRlw4s0 cal1 anl settle A T1UTRT nn FltANKVOBT SAFETY Vault long tiresome transfer aoross the AugaWm Admr Marcaret Bergln oity necessary by all other lines from Cincinnati There is positively no other lino landing passengers at the stations named and as it affords in addition to the comfort and con- Â¬ CLASSICAL INSTITUTE venience a great saving of time and expense allthe South who contem Â¬ the highest advantages for culture and plate a trip to the Worlds Fair should scholarship Full College Course with be sure to ask for tickets via the Big cellont Preparatory peirtment Location ex- at v Four Route tractive healthful and accessible Genuine home comforts Accommodations nrat class In every For full information address D B MARTIN Ontiarnl Pnnaanrrm Arvnnf particular Catalogues sent on application Kjc r jui ivti aiua m w ukkhk pans Cincinnati KEMSBEBSiSaM W - W nrAfltlthnrlTiwt - JI Â¬ Â¬ ttSI NOTICE FARIS J W J CHINN Â¬ ATTomirjrr Will practice In all State Courts Of tfee second floor Cwitom House ax saw JR -- Ji - Job work neatljr ez outed at this office rn t h 1 AHhHB1 n v