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Digital page images are linked to the text file. s jfiHMEMBiWBWKHM a sB b m sB ifl uji1 BO A - LEWIS Putiaher f r mj M EMMFORT ROIfflDABOUT A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS Pi a 100 In Adruior NO 1 fw 7vi h s vol xvii STATl ERAtfKEOBT KY SATUEMY SEPTEMBER 9 1893 CHAIKIIAC - out Tho Contract- Lot to Tormaul and Hubbard vft On motion of Mr Watson the estimate was received and ordered v t Highest of all in Leavening Power Lateit U S Govt Report filed The Board of Sinkin Cftmniissioners metMond y after- - and receipt to the Sinking Fund noon and cieciciecr w lurcnase Commissioners for the 50000 machinery for the manufaJUre of worth of bridge bonds 4 On motion of Mb McClure the Fund Mayor was instructed to receive I The Mayor was instructed to plant Will be put in whi i will ask the Street Car Company to turn but about 18000 wrth of suspend the running of their cars chairs per month and gi e cm- - so as to enable the contractor to Court Day pjcmem to nye ot six n undred do his work on the north pier of nriLiiai Jl WUHUBM HMO made the bridge it requiring the use of USIVl1 A A good crowd was on the streets with Mr S- - A Nornlah the the passageway for vehicles to enMonday and there were some offerf 2 Arfcsent Warden and Mn J C able him to do the work ings of few and jfV Hubbard formerly with the The Maybe offered an ordinance biit the horsestimes somekeep cattle hard prices still take the defining the boundaries of the Foard Co Mason lctw 1Sfi stock of chairs turned out wards the mode and manner of Master Commissioner W rl i ne macntnery wiu De put in elections the duties of officers Posey sold the following property a Kaion as bdssible and the now and their salaries the salient In the case of Harry Shaw vs W8 MIe convicts put to work as feature of which is that in the Boner Gallahue a house and v rlA L - inc new latiury is future the engine house force t n 4vvn lot at the Forks of ElKhopt to T tfn operation there will be a vacan- - shall be elected by the council Mr ShaW for the amount of his vy ill iik unite ui iraiuvn as The ordinance was read and re- debt 26290 Mn Nofman who cannot hold ferred to the ordinance committee Forty acres of land near Peaks th office and a contract with the and city attorney to be referred Mill to E W Gregory for 255 Stat at the swmetime will resign back to the council for passage No business of importance was Hon Henry George City Attorney Herndon read a transacted by the court further from Graves county has been letter he had received from Genthan the probating of the will of i j j of the Mteciea as njs successor ana wui eral Manager Metcalfe Mosby fctJtcted by the Commissioners L N in relation to the Wil- Â¬ Jennie testatrix directs that a lot The rvaiv vnisiH n hv iHttung ir kinson street trestle He stated on Murray street owned by her itivu ucAi f in substance that owing to the Council Proceedings be sold and the proceeds with the Pf hard times the company would exception of ten dollars be paid y - Adjourned meeting be unable to comply with the re to the Corinthian Baptist Church r l- wwiirt uvuw ivvyj quest of the city council in the to be used in liquidating the Lj l Prtsent Presldent Milam and matter of raising the trestle The churchMebt the remaining ten JEUwanger Furr communication was ordered filed dolIarsVto be paid Peter S Dent mCouncilmen Gray STcCiure Swigert and Wat- Thecity marshal Was instructed Her clothes and household furni- onT N Company to notify the L ture she leaves to her sister Thc1 city engineer and Prof through their agent in this city Harriett Wathen of Woodford q 7lAlcs n rMckntr1 fv 1lirTrim uiuu nA t to remoye forthwith all obstruc- county Her piano to Harriett Ji JVfWW P under fimng the location oX the street tions from the street Beasley her gold watch to her line on North Wilkinson penalty of being warranted if it Jcar step son Lewis Smith her knives n treet wasjnidone in a reasonable time forks and silver spoons to Jennie Counciiman Watson moved that There being no further business Williams of Lexington and a set the city engineer require tue the council adjourned until the of glasses to Winnie A Scott regular meeting night Lewis Dent was appointed and LvWttlcinan cleared of nil qualified as administrator under fan Another Dave plitructjons madefy it during the the will for track and tie laying Trie Blind Dave jwho died After court adjourned in the 4 Atiopted recently- at Springfiela Ohio is morning the Populist party held a KArpetition1 was received from hot the blind fiddler who has been convention at the court house and roperty holders on Holmes street seesawing back and - forth- and Mr W B Bridgeford jkinrjhat the wtermairbe ex- - sawing on theaame pld tunes for nominated NATIONAL BANK as a candidate for Represen ative baok nded out as far as Churchs the last thfrty years at the court T B and recommended W 0 jtraiiiing- stable V Referred to day and other public gatherings In the after- South for Senator in this part of the country The noon Hon L J Cox and Judge ftl A nptiffn Wat rpcpiveri from T2 latter individual is very much alive T H Hines in brief speeches citizens on rirmitLU n riciLfiiui asm and still able to scrape cat gut c f annourtced their candidacy for the fj inc that thewater rhain be extend- Priced Grades In Fine Medium aad lor a lanie bactk or forji paininfhe Democratic nomination for Reprefcr- ifiWfeWffS8 stdefohesifj tjry trriBra piece sentative jrecuto warer commncee of flannel with Chamberlains Pain ft iF The watermelon wagons and Balm ap bininW it onto the affecd pfWtg Thistrqatmenb will cure an peanut venders did a lively busi- Chamber Suits Km Y ordinary caer An one or two days Folding Beds Fain Balm also cures rheumatism ness all day A11 the members otlie cauricjj 50 cept bottles for sale by J W Suits h Jr were present except CoUncilhitih Oayle Hall His Side Hurt n flaso Hall Dining Room iiray ana ino a wines j a Chief of Police M H P Wtf Book Oases China Closets lea A If A communication was received maut Inn The Fralnktyrt Base Ball Club Hams jr fell over a truck at the Chairs Rockers I c Mayor explaining th wau tkom the twjj ganes of bal at Lake L played N depot Monday and in object of the meeting to be fo I Park SjKtyrday afternoon the first jured his side so badly that he uup to date always In style quality xneeurDose ot takmcr action oi withthe club from Alton Ander was confined to the house for We are and low prices ttiicTadditional contract for th spnfcounty which resulted in a several days viinf walls at the soutl to 3 in favor of our w - fetheSt Clair street bridge wit pre of 19 Joys nd the second with the State of Ohio Oity oFTolkdo jBpe King Bridge Company ihe Peaks Mill Club which was Frank luca8 county oath that J Oheenoy makes J Vcpntractr prepared by Engineer he is the senior partner of the firm jKf Nelion was approved by the called on thefourth inning with of F J Oheney Co doing business Straw Mattings oounty tje scbfefanding 1 1 to 3 in our In the oity of Toledo said Armand State Mosquito Bars council will pay aforesaid and that aura of one hundred dollars for A resolul favor the VMr McCIUre offered Lawn v of and that TheFrankforts wenfrto George- Â¬ eaohnot heevery oase the Catarrh Halls tffe Mayor anal Screen Doors vlabnrliuhorfng use of oured by can town Wednesday afternoon and Catarrh Cure And Windows ftwiie cqmmjttee to negotiate Frank J Cheney played a game with the club at witH the State National flank and Sworn to before me and subscribed u ti bepoait Bank for 3000 from the ithat place which resulted in a in my presence this 6th day of De A D 1888 A W GLEASON folwmer and Jteooo from the latter Iscore of 22 to 0 in favor of our cember Notary Public boys JSBAL Ajt estimate on thd pay lM CaptalR Swmey U S AM San Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter lego 01 sayr M8hikh Oatarrh nally and aots directly upon the blood pwwere authorised tofdeposit eraedy is the ftrtfc hnedleUie II have and raucous eurfaee of the system Qarpets free do Wrhrktfe bonds ascol ateral for levee found that wonld Sold me any SendFfor testimonials 0O Toledo 0 by W PrlbeSOcmW J OHBWEY im fVi liairc npniffn4inrr nnrl a KmravaNK ABSOLUTELY PURE Â¬ MvJ Â¬ U1 Sjri V r i 5- ri Â¬ ex-Senat- or Â¬ ui -- i - -- 1 i1 MV Â¬ fwr srrt - v - Is the greatest sensation of this century and everybody that goes to see jt comes back delighted and one and all have great stories to tell of the wonderful thingsthat they have seen there which is Another Asslgrunent very true Same way when the people of this city county and The J H McBraycr Distijling adjoining counties come to Company composed of Capt J H McBrayer of Anderson coun ty Mr John Meagher and Hon H Taylor jr qf this city made The Worlds Fair of Frankfort an assignment Thursday to the where they see goods of all deSecurity Safety Vault and Trust scriptions in the Notion Fancy Goods and Staple Dry Goods line Co of Lexington for the benefit The assortment is great the prices of their creditors The assign- Â¬ are astonishing Some customers ment was made necessary on ac say How can you sell so cheap count of the recent failure of Well this is easily explained Small expenses and large sales Messrs E H Taylor Jr and quick sales and small profits Sons the two firms being so intimately connected that the settleWEATHER ment of the affairs of neither could COOL be very well accomplished unless Is coming fast It is here now both were in the hands of an so dont put off for to morrow assignee We are reliable in- what you can do to day as I am formed that both firms will pay prepared for you with a full line of dollar for dollar of their indebted- heavy Cotton Merino and Ah wool Underwear for Ladies Gents ness and have a large surplus left and Children Can fit anybody the smallest child or the largest Advertising Pays lady or gentleman at prices that I know will please everybody esOf course advertising pays pecially if done in the Round HOSIERY about Miss Emma Morris lost HOSIERY her Stv Bernard dog Jim last week I can give you most anything advertised for him in last Satur- you want in Heavy Cotton Meri- Â¬ days issue and early Saturday no All wool and Fleeced morning Jim came trotting into Blankets and Comforts town Just the thing for this kind of The way she looks troubled the Come woman who is delicate run down or weather from iSioo up overworked She is hollow cheeked and look before you buy Prices dull eyed thin and pale and it worÂ¬ A penny saved is ries her Now the way to look well is are guaranteed a penny made and this is the to be well And the way to be well if youre any such woman is to use place to makethem faithfully Dr Pierces Favorite Pre scription That is the only medicine tbats guaraateed to build up womans strength and to cure womans ail ments In every female complaint irregularity or weakness and in every exhausted condition of the fe male system if it ever fails to bene Â¬ fit or cure you have your money NO 319 MAIN STREET NEAR STAT Baking Worlds Pomler THE Fair HARTSTEINS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ v Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 4 Â¬ m V Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ UN Iaw - vr tlw - -- r M m t FURNITURE w5i f Â¬ rfncffiIp -- aft w Â¬ - Mr Parlor Furniture Furniture m flnlsn 1 i B c vjB Â¬ s SPECIAL OFFERINGS Furniture TSfiBrslfflHQvMiN 1H ilnvlBBHsnaKM - mmrJw rdfsHUHBBl nlK Â¬ 4 Â¬ BRO WEB SCOTT i FRAZEE KT9KHflnf Furniture Wall Paper Draperies LEXINGTON 1 BUHMBiAaiH ed tfct mmFMmmaimmvummiam m MX umm foKeelHardle m i ja W S 21 - ff - sTSold by ajl drufl TScents MAIN AND BIOADWAY iaffitiSr 9HHRSHHhHwHSb ywBiMWSiHiwipsppB meaammmsajMsa mmmmmrammmmmiumljammAieimmmmmmmimmmmmKimLumiiwL wlFeW VsftFTBIBT RnfiWTB rTt wSftlw RJKXTrSM W Ty WTyW jt i moui Wf wiiHiiiiiiiy Vyf k z I f fTrHTlK WSMni L Na- PERSONAL Mr M A Collins loft Tuesday for Chicago Mr Wm 0 Woods spent Sunday and Monday in Lexington Mr Walter Franklin jr is homo from Chicago visiting his paronts Mrs Henry C Murray and children left Tuesday for a visit to Chicago Miss Mira Wiard returned Saturday from a visit to friends in Lexington Â¬ Mrs J Russoll Williams and chil Â¬ dren leave to day fdr Washington City to join her husband and make that city their future homo Mrs Cordelia Kendall anU daugh THE ONLY BIG SHOW TO VISIT KENTBBY THIS YEAR ter Miss Cordie returned Monday ovonihg from a visit to friends in Louisville and a trip to the Worlds Fair Mastin of this city Mr Theo and Misses Ruth and Ethel Mastin of Woodford county left Wednesday morning for the Worlds Mrs WH nil RERL 8 Bioifp MAS GSSDOWI HIPFQDRDniE SPECTACULAR SQQSCQSKSSSI tlons Irettv Pirouetting Patriotic Tableaux An Army of Fine Bred Now beyond all comparison the largest and grandest cxhibibiflon on earth Rt Fair Mrs John D Griffin returned Monday from a visit to relatives in Louis- Â¬ Fair Hon West and family accom- Â¬ ville panied by Mr L D West and family Major L 0 Norman and family are in Chicago taking in the Worlds of San FranciBco California loft tT WM ll CARNIVAL ftnvfCi Hftoiil ws In Astounding Evolu- anu xnumpiiar I BftXtEra Imurted Equities onuerous ltlne Circus Elevated Stage Fair Mr Henry T Duncan and wife left Thursday for a visit to the Worlds Miss Kate OTool of Lexington is visiting Mrs W A Howard on Ann street Miss Alice Ames of Bellopoint has gone to La Grange to reside with her mother Mr Albert H McOlure i m r ait - K iiL m u f -- M it-- fv Absolute of the Danville triennes Ait MIbs May Milward of Lexington is SI1 HASSAN BEN ALIS the guest of Miss Margurot A Lewis in Bellopoint Miss Belle Giltner spent this week with her sister Mrs N M Crutcher MIKAtiOS TROUPE OF near Duckors Master Lewis Weisenburg left Mon- Â¬ DI1SIS SOI 1 Japaae day for Dayton Ohio where he will attend school Fair Mr James Sower and son Jimmie Mr Geo L Willis has resigned his left Monday for a visit to Indianapo- Â¬ position as Superintendent of the Largest Living Giraffe lis and Chicago Kentucky Building at the Worlds STANDING FtfiL 18 FEET IN HEIGHT Prince Chaldean the long maned Percheron Stalllonp Mr Howard Rodman of Louisville Fair returned to this city and resum Monster BI Horned Gnu Mammoth Hippopotamus spent Sunday and Monday in this ed the duties of correspondent of the Schools of Educated Goats nnd Ponies Mlrth maHlnt Porcine Circus 20 Mexican Horses in AstoundingCourier Journal and Times city with relatives Drills Two Ponderous Herds of Performing Danc Â¬ ing and Clown Elephants Miss Maud Troxell of LouiBville Circuit Court is visiting Miss Annie Headley on South Shelby Street STTOPASSIifcTa The September term of the Messrs Ohas Proehl Stephen Fuhs Chimes Steam Calliope and Ohas Stubenrauch were in Law Franklin Circuit Court meets en Â¬ renceburg Thursday Monday with a large docket com- CDlie Piocefsslsn leave tlae sIxotkt grro unda pronaptly at ten oclock on tlxo aaacraa Mr James W Nicol will leave next posed of 220 equity 1 1 1 ordinary ing of tlxe esclino3t2c3a raixa or slxixxe 7lll positively 2c2xioit in Monday for Seattle Washington and and 32 criminal cases Among will go thence to Alaska the equity cases there are twelve Mr Lucian Mastin of this city and Mr Huston Wood of Woodlake suits for divorce left Saturday for Chicago Two Complete Performances Dally Afternoon at 2 Night at 8 Doors open an hour earlier Good Looks Miss Gensie Brashear of Owens ONE 50 OBNT TICKET admits to all the combined shows ohildren under 12 years half price Good looks are more than skin SPECIAL EXCURSION RATES ON ALL RAILROADS boro is the guest of Miss Hose deep depending upon a healthy con- Â¬ Crittenden on Shelby street dition of all the vital organs If the W Rev J McOlusky Blayney D D Liver be maotlve you have a Bilious will return next week from his sum Â¬ Look if your stomach be disordered you have a Dyspeptic Look and if mer vacation in Winconsin your kidneys be afflicted you have a Mr W T Crutcher who haB been Pinched Look Secure good health S good AXUSTST 2 visiting relatives in Bellepoint and you will have great looks Elec- Â¬ alterative and Bittern 1b the tric UfyUt I I 50K lllOtt i 60lt DOft left Thursday for Cincinnati I Tonic acts directly on these vital or Â¬ e Mrs Kate Forbes of Danville has gans Cures Pinples Blotches Boils I rt a good complexion guest of Mr L Labrot on and givesOabpentrrb Drug StoreSold been the 4 at Phil West Main street this week S s Miss Ida Rboarer of Nioholasville Many Persons are broken Property of WBBridge-I 4916ft 4916ft 4J16tt is the guest of Mr and Mrs W A down from overwork or household cares fordund Henry AUer Brownsdigestion Bittersexcess of bile Iron removes Rebuilds the Howard on north Ann street system aids and euros malaria Get the genuine Col E Polk Johnson wife and 1 daughter Miss Pickett have returned Hard Times from a visit to the Worlds Fair Mr Wx T Reading wife and f 160ft 50ft 4916ft 60ft V 4916ft 4916ft Do you know that the best rem daughter Miss Margaret left Wed- Â¬ edy for hard times is to keep your nesday to visit the Worlds Fair money at home and keep it circu- Â¬ Prof E A Lovett of Oharlotts lating Patronize your home in- Â¬ ville Virginia is visiting the family stitutions If your grocer wants of Maj H S Hale on Second street to sell you flour made in some Location is first class It is on one of the highest points in the city It is near the river and on thcr new electric street car line Water and gas in front of the property Miss Hannah Lynch who has been other place dont let him do it visiting her parents in this city left Insist upon having home made For terms cal on You can then keep your Tuesday for her home in New Mex- Â¬ Flour ico money at home and help give em- Â¬ Augl9 3m Mrs Samuel R Smith has been very ployment to your home workmen ill at her home on Shelby street for and enable them to earn a liveliseveral weeks but was better yester- Â¬ hood for their families Call for day It is the best J E M Flour Put your money where it will do Mr Waller H Lewis has been quite VIA ill for more than a week with typhoid you and your neighbors the most fever at his home Belair in this good 50 3t m Fittest Trains in the South FOUK county Miss Emma Norwood of Louisville TbroughCars toCMcago without changefrom TO THE New Orleans Meridian Birjninghain Chat- Â¬ who has been visiting friends at Buys a No 1 or 2 Rambler with tanooga Jacksonville Fla Atlanta Macon Forks of Elkhorn returned home non slipping corrugated tires fully Asheville IN C Knoxville Tcnn Lexington warranted Roberts agent Â¬ return Monday to Centre Oollegb at jr will re Tuesday for a trip to Indianapolis and Chicago Messrs Rob Gray John Rogers and Henry Oraik of this city and Ike Wingate of Midway left Sunday European Aerialists Gymnasts Acrobats Riders afternoon over the Kentucky Mid Â¬ And Arenlc Specialists of Every Description ever exhibited In ths land for Chicago or any other country Messrs Pat MoDonald sr Pat McDonald jr and Will Buckley and - - Misses Jennie McDonald and Clara Buckley left Saturday for a visit to the Worlds Fair Misses Dolly Bowles and Susie Tompkins who have been visiting the family of Dr J Russell Hawkins for several weeks left Monday for their home in Richmond Virginia Mr E W Ayres and daughter Miss Sidney and Misses Fannie T Lewis and Lena Benton of this county left Sunday afternoon over the Midland for a trip to the Worlds Mighty Millionaire Menagerie Jtoyal Aquarium Mammoth Museum of Marvels Far Famed Horse Fnlr and Kiulne Consress embracing 350 of the Finest Blooded Horses In the World to- Â¬ gether with thoGreatest Aggregation of ryratmus Tremendous Reviv 1 if tie Circus Maximns- - Jockey Races with Lady ai I Gentlemen Riders Novel Elenhnnt ana wunei KMces cniidHieils unir iony itaces wun MonKey riders Laughable Donkey races w h clown drivers and other Exciting Racing Contests - TWO AND FOUR HORSE CHARIOT RAOBS Torrluc Gladiatorial tCombat Absorbing Trials of- Strength nnd i iiuui anuu itriiuu u iiu uuy apots anu spectacles Tl CHARLES W FISH The Worlds ChnmpIo Somersault Rider Europes Premier Reno Sisters BrosVernon EquesKings Troupe of Arabs selmiili - FREE BAILS- PAGBAITT OF Moscows Silver SFiLENDOHi Golden WEDNESDAY SEPT 20 For Sale on Terms to Suit the Times o I p - o MXTTaA Â¬ in wnn -- Queen Crescent Route BIG EOUTE -- s Saturday Mr John Noonan of Louisville was In the city on Tuesday last at tending the funeral of Mrs Mary Â¬ Needing a tonic or children who want build in up should take IiADIBS Worlds Fair V Callahan The many friends of Mrs Ann Bulger will be pained to learn that she is lying very ill at her residence on East Main street Rev George Darsie leaves Monday for Chicago to visit thoWorlds Fair and attend the General Convention of the Christian Church Judge Caswell Bennett wife and daughter returned Saturday from Crittenden Springs where they have been spending the summer Mr W J Ohinn jr has reoovered sufficiently from his recent illness to travel and he and his sister Miss Hellie left Thursday morning for WaukeBha Wisconsin whore they will remain fox several weeks It is pleasant cures Malaria Indigestion BiHoueneM Liver Complaints and Nctiruifiu- BROWNS IKON BITTERS - iuxrxMpoin WRMUPV- 1U0Slql pa etrUasaogriaeO0rjo uonlnal TOO nransratna SlttOUOI XI8IH IB IJCOA VQX InoqilM ea PIBOtll rpipoaiaB tuom D9Wl 41 etr ut eSjvqo lo owj doaiS eonoa iq otrand 0T oaojoq jqimaiq wowd JUax in Xqno nijaiay ui noomd uiinaos joi nojnq tsapio oi srjuit jiooqpuvn- - bou duv vomvaimMM ubi Oie sSJLHJLd NDIBia liiuniuuiut sxuvw iqvux SXVXAVO vrs 1 uk KttfMHiy enw8as especially Wo all love comfort when traveling and what a great comfort it fs to bo able to take a sleeping car at your own home which runs right through to Chicago with Â¬ out change and lands passengers at the Entrance Gate to the Worlds Fair without change or transfer of anv kind How can this be accom- Â¬ Why simply by asking plished your local agent for tickets via the Big Four Route which is absolutely the only lino running through sleep ing cars in connection with tho E T Orescent G Ry and Queen V Route direot to the Worlds Fair Grounds and landing passengers con- Â¬ venient to tho Worlds Fair Hotel Sleeping Oar Through District leaves Macon 1115 a m Atlanta 210 p m Rome 455 p m Chattanooga 725 p m and arrives Chicago 515 p m Ask for tiokots via tho Big Four Route and for further information address E 0 MoOormick General Passenger Agent Oincinnati Â¬ Chofce of routes via Ky Cincinnati r via Loulsvillei Stop overs al Â¬ lowed on alhjVorlds Fair tickets at Chatta Â¬ nooga Louisviife Indinnnpdlts or Cincinnati For further intWmation is to Rates Car Service Sleeping cV Reservations etc call on or address any lwrcnt M the Queen Crescent Route or E 1y V fep Ry D G Edwards GyMJ Cincinnati O and Georgetown THROUGH CARS TO CHICAGO JOB - PRINTING Of all kinds at tke ROUNDABOU OFICE fctwitfife - afciir l v t MM Mm tStwifc i jm mr riysmmmvmiiiiamMimmmmmmmmmmmmmMmimnwmmi KW w i yi m Twpw- r- rMifflr urgi 3 4 I- m - ---- -- i 1 n -- - i Tt - m -- IWATCES k WATCHES XsvLsHf4 5 WATCH ES-KiMBiV flfir sssKls3rissBCsfett3BJBsWMsssssw Ladles gold ttlletl watches 8 12 60 15to5 folid sold watch s 2 to G0 A nice iilutei wutcn warrnmeo m nra ior siu 20 This renulne Wlltlum silver filed watch scraw bezzel case front and back Dust and wuter proof for 750 The dm t watch for tuo price -- Gents gold filled wntches S1250 60 to 125 15 to 40 Solid gold watches 25 Y SSESXjJBESIFLT Tho Dear Ones Gone IJofo bt convict 409 jfXXES JETWELBIR Wt t P SHE WORE THE SHOES TO BED England Girls Unique Way of Stretching Tight Footgear When Mr Simpson returned from Bos- Â¬ ton ho brought a beautiful pair of shoes laced shoes with neat heels and pretty toes for his daughther Ethol and a unanimous sigh of disappointment swept --over tho Simpson family when it ap peared that these shoes were too small No ono was more sincerely grieved about it than Ethels youngest sister Evelyn who liked pretty shoes as much as Ethel did and who had been wearing a pair that could not have been described as any Â¬ thing but serviceable though plain Evelyn was filled with conflicting emotions when her father said Perhaps you can wear a No 8 my dear If so you may have these Evolyn know that though her sister was six years older than herself yet they woro tho Bame sized shoe No 4 but she did not say so She set her pretty shoe beside her own stout roomy one Tho prospect was discouraging A little later Ethel came in Why she exclaimed in surprise you can almost get it on Try it somo timowhen your foot is not warm and swollen as it is now though I suppose papa would never let you wear them if they went on at all hard The shoes stood on Evelyns dressing case all day and suggested to her what must have been the feelings of Cinder Â¬ ellas sisters when they tried to cut down their feet to fit the magic slipper That evening when she was going to bod she tried them again and they actually went on They squeezed tho poor little feet as if in a vise but there they were on About midnight Ethel Simpson was awakened by a soft knock on her door and sitting in the hall outside she dis Â¬ covered her little sister Evelyn Oh Ethol dont make a noise my foetr she gasped Why you havo your shoes and stock Â¬ ings on Evelyn Tho new shoes Oh you poor child and in a moment tho elder sister was bending over the sufÂ¬ ferer who had fainted awaywith smell Â¬ ing salts and a pair of scissors You see sobbed Evelyn reviving and watching tho cutting of tho shoe lacing with interest I thought if I wore thorn to bed they would boon in tlie morning and 1 could show them to papa and he would let mo keep them I went to sloop and a little while ago I woka up and I thought I was dying 1 almoRt screamed but I didnt 1 felt numb all over and then it seemed as if arms and legs and head were turning into balloons When I tried to crawl out of bed I know what was the matter It was my feet and those awful shoes I expect overy one will laugh at me Why Ethoi you aro crying Dont My feet dont hurt mo any more and papa will say when you tell him about it It will bo a lessou to her She never It was a lesson to her wore tight shoes again but if her father thought so he did not say it when Ethel told the story and no ono of tho family laughed or Baid a wdrd about it A dcy or two later a package came from Boston for Evolyn which contained a beau tiful pair of blioes laced with neat heola and pretty tues and marked fours Youths Companion A New Â¬ Â¬ Can I speak no word to cheer you Can these lips no Joy Impart Oh how gladly Ill repeat them oer nnd oerl If one word of hope or kindness May but reach an aching heart Or point you to n Saviour gone before For He haa REFItAIN prepared ft mansion Bill Bill gve givo give mo give me that that that handspike spike spike spike why that would bo a hanthem Just after this fashion did the old village choirs tear and toss their anthem texts Cornhill Maguzine But She Didnt Get tho Hoots I was trying on a pair of shoes not many days ago in one of tho sample shoe stores Finding a pair which par- Â¬ ticularly pleased me tho clerk laced up ono and looked for tho other to do like wise but it could not be found After a vain search I was about to give it up and select another pair which did not pleabo mo half as well when I saw the edge of the womans skirt who sat noxt me bulging out and calling the attention of the salesman to the fact he extracted tho boot from under her dress It seems she liked the boots as well as I did and if sho did not get them it was not because sho did not possess unbound ed assurance Some women get through this world on their nerve and this woman was one of them New York Herald Â¬ Â¬ that handspike that wouldnt bo a han them but if I was to say to you Bill Summer Goods MUST QO S - For the burdened and opprest Where pain and death can enter nevermore Whore the wicked coaso froratroubllng And the weary be nt rest Jmd we may Join the dear ones gone before When you stan1 among the mourners Or surround the bed of pain When you All the waiting hearse before the door When the earth rolls on tho coffin And your tears fall down like rain jBemember that theyve only gone before Have you had a tender mother the hlll slde lain away Has a gentle sisters head been pillowed there Have they borne a tiny coffin 775 T Its bed beneath the clay there now wlthla the homo a vacant chair ft On v2 STRKW HMTS At alomst your own price fa i Have you no fond recollection Of some friend In days gone by Whose gentle words brought comfort m yK rif oer and JL8 not yet seem to hear them Tho their forma now1 silent lie they wait you with the dear ones gone before Do you oer The Color Question Have you had no such bereavement Are your dear ones with you still Then when the hand of pain shall press you sore Toll tho friends who weep around you Let death clulm you when It will To them youll be a dear one gone before You may have some other sorrow Does the world upon you frown Has the one you trusted proven all untrue Are the only bauds held out to you The ones which drag you down Or they which help you Heaven to pursue I Little boy Sterling 6 years old was recently having his hair ckrao up for the night He woa restless under the oper- Â¬ ation and his nurse tried to interest him by speaking of tho colored waiter who had come that day He looks as neat as a new pin in his white jacket and apron said she Yes responded Sterling ieat as a Kate Fields Washing Â¬ new black pin ton American Architecture Tho distinctive form of American archi- Â¬ tecture may bo seen in the modern office building now so popular in inpst of our large cities It combines in tho highest degree utility with excellence and is at onco a model of convenience and of beauty St Louis Globe Democrat Ladies Kid Oxfords 4 - now 50c Ladies Tan Cold Oxfords 75e 1 I 1 Then whatever bs your trouble Joy or sorrow day by day Wipe every tear away and weep no more For the years will not bo many Till you take your flight uway On tho Journey to your dear ones gone before I have bad my share of sorrow Ive had little graves to fill Ive had trials and temptations by the score I But la all my tribulation Thlk one thought bus cheered me still In Heaven Ill meet my dear ones gone before Both words and music of this song are original The ballad Is re- and have been copyrighted apectfully dedicated to Mrs Mary Hawkins the prisoners friend by the author The song will ao doubt be popular and the Roundabout has 4fe honor of printing It the first time lot of Ladies 350 Oxfords now 2 s iV IMM ft -- x StVV 1 Kentucky FKNiTflNTuny Jept 7th ISO The Derrick Fell While the workmen engaged in building the north abutmentof the St Clair street bridge were engaged in lowering a laige stone from the street to be placed in the wall Thursday afternoon a splice in the wire guy rope attached tb a tree at the corner of St Clair and Wapping streets parted and let the derrick and stone both fall The former came near striking several persons standing near and the latter fell upon the new wall in course of construction crushing four of the large stones so badly that they had to be removed from the wall Hi Â¬ Â¬ The Antliom Waiting For the Minister A good story Is told of Mr Labour chore during his career in the diplomatic service and whilo he was an attacho at Washington An aggressively irat visitor called at the legation and de manded to seo the British minister Mr Labouchero informed him that ho could not because his excellency was not in Well said tbe visitor evidently sus pecting subterfuge I must see him and Very good will wait till hp comes Pray take a said Mr Labouchero chair and ho resumed his writing At tho end of an hour the visitor still fret ting and fuming asked when tho min I really cannot ister would be back But Bay exactly the attache answered you expect him back the visitor insistOh certainly ed said Mr Labouchero and wont on writing At the end of another hour the irate visitor bouncing up insisted on know ing what wero the habits of tho minister at that period of the day Was ho likely to be in in another hour I think not said Mr Labouchero witft increased tho fact is ho sailed for Eu blanduess rope on Wednesday and can hardly yet havo reached Quoenstown But you know you said you would wait till he Di came in so I offered you n chair ary of tho Salisbury Parliament Â¬ Lower Prices On All Low cm Shoes a V Â¬ 1 1 MCLUDE iUWWW SON ii M SJfMTaT w IJ I Â¬ Â¬ r- - Justly Entitled to It Wherovor introduced it has iteolf tho most reliable remo y known for tho ouro of coughs olds hoarseness whooping oough bronohitis soreness of the lungs and yery kind of a cough from a slmplo cold to lnoipiont comsuinptjon Purely vegetable Always roliablo For sale at 25 and and offoctivo 60 cents per bottle at P H Oahpentkrb drug store - oolvlng 6 Dr Halos Household Oough Ouro lustly entitled to tao praise it is ro i The rustio choirs greatest show was always made in the anthem in which somo bumpkin had generally a solo to exhibit his luBty voice It was splendid musical display of its kind People camo from a long distance to boar it and folt so satiated that they left without tho sermon No wonder Shakespcaro made Sir John Falstaff lbso his voico with hallooing and singing of anthqms To bo suro he was guilty of an anachronism for thero woro no an thems in tho fat knights timo but it may reasonably bo supposed that ho hud bocoino so impressod with this part of tho 8orvico in his own day that ho dropped into tho nod which oven Homer is privileged occasionally to enjoy Tho Jack Tar who explained a han thom to his mate on tho simplo prinÂ¬ ciples of verbal elongation was not bo If I was to say to far out after all you ho began Ero BUI givo xno Â¬ ti Sir lloosevolt Tells a Story or Two Mr Theodore Roosevelt is a praotical politician and has somo good storios to tell of his oxporiences whilo in tho legislature In his address bef oro tho Liberal club on Thursday evening ho told some of them Ono was of a legislator who UBed to ask him to support unconstitutional bills But my dear friend Mr Roosevelt 1 would say its unconstitutional allow tho constitution to como be ween friends was tho reply and then becoming very indignant tho man would add Mr Roosevelt tho constitution doesnt treat littlo things likothat Another man objected to his quoting Latin What do you moan by quoting Latin on tho floor of this house thun dered tho objectorwhen you dont know tho alpha or omega of tho language Buffalo Ekpress Â¬ msmmxM -- J VwJi M Â¬ ww mi iiiw Smmm juir avir J 1 1 V - U J Ail StktiiiiMr J dJ tSll I Ft w i Leaves its mark every one of tbo painful disordors that proy upon - i eafifc FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT the Conference held here was in 1870 when Rev Howard Hen Entered at the post at Frnnkfort Kentucky ns second class mailable matter ofllco G BO A LEWIS FRANKFORT Editor and Pub SEPTEMBER 9 1893 A VACANCY TO OCCUR In thoOIIlcc or Adjutant crnl Gcn- - As the present incumbent of the I office of Adjutant General ofthe State Capt A J Gross has been nominated as the Demo- cratic candidate for State Senator from the tenth district he will resign and Capt C T Allen of V - Princeton who represented Cald- well county several terms in the Legislature and was a member of the late Constitutional Convention Cols M M Cumpand Thos J Smith of Bowling Green and Mr Frank B Richardson present Assistant Adjutant General are spoken of as probable successors i The Yacht Ilcre The electric yacht ordered sev eral months ago by Gov Knott Grand Rapids Michigan has arrived and is safely housed in the boat house at Salenders wharf It is a handsome little craft which will seat eighteen persons and travel at the rate of eight miles an hour It is built of oak stained cherry color with all the iron work silver mounted and the seats handsomely upholstered The motive power is a combination of gasoline and electricity and her propeller moves so smoothly as hardly to make a In shipripple on the surface ping it the manufacturer failed to send one wheel which prevented its being used sp far but the Governor will make a trial trip in her in a few days She has been dubbed The Lotus from Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ womoD They derson was pastor fa do the faco arc waste tho figure The finances of the Church ruin tho temper than they in a better condition wither you up Since Mr mako you old before your timo look well for years have been Got woll Thats tho way to Cure tho troubles and ailmonts that beset charge of the you with Dr Plercos Favorite Proscription Henderson took Church the congregation has Its a guaranteed remedy for all tho delicate weaknesses derangements and diseases pecu 1600 in bank liar to women and promotes all tho proper paid a note of It regulates the balance on the stone front functions improves digestion enriches the blood dispels aches and pains melancholy improvement has met promptly and norvousnes3 brings refreshing sloop ana restores health and strength Its a power all the current expenses of the ful general as well as utorino tonic and ner vigor and Churqh has just put down a new vine imparting Contains nostrength to tho alcohol to in entire system carpet and the pastor will report ebriate no syrup or sugar to dorango digesÂ¬ tion a beverage Its legitimate week all the and atho only onomedicine not ailments so at Conference next for womans that financial claims for the year upDn certain in its effectsbenefit it can be guaran teed If doesnt or cure in every full case you it have your money back the congregation paid in The pastor and members feel much Handling Saddlers encouraged Mr Robt A Wilson of Wood Manual Teacher lake who has concluded to go into Mr George Robbins late of the business of raising and handling was elected by the saddle horses sold on Monday to Chicago School Board on Tuesday even- Mr Gilbert Mastin a ing teacher of the manual train filly which is finely gaited and a ing department of the Public beautiful little animal She is a School and that department will picture of the perfect horse and be opened at once thus giving glides along so smoothly in either pupils in the grades a chance to one of four gaits as to scarcely gain a knowledge of the mechani move her rider in the saddle Mr cal arts which will very materially Wilson will soon have more of the aid them in learning trades after same kind to dispose of to persons A tem- fond of equestrian exercise they leave the school porary building is being erected A Runaway for the use of the manual training class in the rear of the school Mr A W Leitch and a colon Second street building ored man were driving along Swinging Around the Circle Broadway in a buggy Sunday when the breeching Of tho diseases to which it is adapted with tho morning best results Uostetters Stomach Bitters a broke letting the vehicle run upfamily medicine comprehensive in Its scope has never been thrust upon public attention on the horses heels and causing In tho guise of a universal panacea for bodily it to run away Both occupants dally arrogated in the This claim Ills press by tho proprietor columns of tho dally of the buggy were thrown out of medicines far Inferior to it as speclncs has Instances disgusted tho publc and badly bruised up but had no In a thousand in ndvance by Its absurdity and the prospects ot other remedies of superior qualities huvtj bones broken been Handicapped by the pretentious o their Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ two-year-old W McKEE HARD1E DRTJGGW3T V J8rB HALLS OLD STAND FRANKfORT We keep a full iine of DRUGS AND PATENT ----- T KY MEDICINES Us And cordially ask our friends to give a call m W McKEE HARDIE Jan21 lT C L GAYLE HANNEN HtESEYS Trotting Races Wednesday Sept 27 rwo J r i VVf 4 S1 yk AT PEPPERS TRACK ZEB f f t -- c Vt Â¬ fit crerj - l FIRST BAOB 8100 Set of Harioss 222 CHasa SEOOND RAOB 50 Set of Hatnoss A 2 year old Stake For Trotting or Pacing Everybody f n 1- Admission Twenty five cents inv ted to witness the great races Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ VVIWfiP E D GRIFFITH or removing Otamps nd Bocki Jfor Uut rrj men and Well dieeers Safe easily handled and cheap For full Inf rmation and price addrets Ci m Marl8 1T AIlAiliJLA ON MAIN STEET TO SfeMPlB LOUISVILLE KY Â¬ JACOB SWIGERT GO But the American worthless predecessors people know because they have verllled th by the most trying tests that the Bitters possesses the virtue of a real specltlc in c isos of malarial and liver disorder co stlpation Wouey stomach and rheumatic nervous trouble Wliat It does It does thoroughly andÂ¬ mainly for this reason It is indorsed and recom mended by hosts of resctabe me meal men m Have Removed From the Batzell Building Building liOt Sold Mr J A Noted Criminal Dead Alanzo Brookshire who was sent up forlife from Menifee county for the murder of Jailer Tipton and Constable Howard of Montgomery county while they were endeavoring to arrest him upon a charge of horse stealing died Wednesday morning in the Kentucky Penitentiary in this city of mumps and typhoid fever Â¬ Â¬ Jewish New Year Monday being the Hebrew New Year 5654 or the business houses of all our Jewish citizens will be closed and religious services will be conducted at the residence of Mr I Davis The Day of Atonement Yum Kippur occurs on Tuesday the 20th and the business houses will be closed from sundown of the day before until sundown of that day and the time will be spent in Mr Sol fasting and prayer Harris will conduct the devotional exercises on both occasions Rosh-Has-hana- h Uttcrback purAN1ST chased from James Norrell ad ministrator of Eliza Lay on TuesEasEment nf the Capital HntnL day a lot on the east side of Shelby Street between Crops and 86TThey will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a Mr short time Campbell for 1360 cash Utterback will erect a neat and comfortable dwelling upon it A Good Tiling to Keep on Hand B - Â¬ Â¬ 101 AND 102 STREET Â¬ Â¬ From the Troy Kansas Chief Â¬ All Free Those who have used Dr Kings New Discovery know its value and those who have not have the oppor Â¬ tunity to try it free Call on the adver Look The only Bently was in the city Monday but there was not enough stock offered on the street to induce him to exeicise his lungs as auctioneer He stated that he has in prepara tion a wonderful pome which is the sweetest thing you ever read and as soon as he files off the rough edges and trims up the corners it will be given to the public through the Roundabout people He says exclusively are now coming miles to hear it read and it is a lula Asked His lloturn tised Druggist and get a Trial Bottle free Sendyour name and address to H E Bucklen Co Chicago and a sample box of Dr Kings New Teachers Institute ife Pills Free as well a copy of Guide to Health and Household In All of which is The Franklin County Teachers structor Free guaranteed to do you good and cost White Institute will convene in Out for It nothing at Phil Oabpbntbbs Drag this city at the court house on the Store original Diamond 2d Monday the 9th of October Â¬ Some years ago we were very much subject to severe spells of cholera morbus and now when we feel any of the symptoms that usually pro- Â¬ ceed that ailment such as sickness at the stomach diarrhoea etc we be- Â¬ come scary We have found Cham Â¬ berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy the very thing to straighten one out in such cases and always keep it about We are not writing this as a pay testimonial but to let our readers know what is a good thing to keep handy in the house For sale by J w Qayle BKASS KETlLiib ENAMELED KETTLES GRANITE KETTLES a 3f - iff ffU TINKETTTLES -- FOR PRESERVING FRUIT- - - o xitji i i September 12th is the last day yon can save ten per oont on your oity taxes The penalty goes after that time 522t m m A Good Days Sale Forty seven tickets to Chicago and return were sold at the L N Station here in one day this week Times are hard but when people have a chance to go to the greatest exhibition the world ever saw for a very low rate they hustle around and scrape up enough nickles to foot the bill All persons holding counliving in ty or State certificates whether teaching this county school at the time or not are required to attend the full session of the institute under penalty of Xpifeiting their certificate and those intending to apply for a certificate must also attendThe institute The Colored Teachers Institute will convene Monday Sept 25th at the Corinthian Baptist Church this city The same law applies to the colored teachers as to the white Thos Hunter County Superintendent 1893 Â¬ Â¬ Masons Fruit Jars Plain Glass Fruit Jars Stone Fruit Jars and Tin Cans For Preserving POT77EB Lawn Mowers EL i m urn f The annual meeting of Ken- Â¬ Friends I stand at the HEAD for Hardware an on LAWN MOWERS I tucky Conference of the Methodist Church South meets in Maysville next week and the Methodist Church in this city has petitioned that body to return Rev H G Henderson to this charge for another year The congregation will also send a delegation to Maysville to assist Mr Henderson in an effort to have the Conference hold its meeting in 1894 The last session of in this city Â¬ Â¬ DPRICES Lead The Market 2 400 rtadflLBaking r -- The only Pure Cream of Tirtar Powder UsiP6wder 3 mmmwmm mJL mLm mlm 3 Xncih SOHI-i-lvdlIoni- T 4BO B OO 1 s No Ammonia 2fo Alnm Used in Millions lof Homes IprillM 4o Years the Standard Or- - HZ GWmU mt Street 323 Si20jfti X3v mm TS 7t m J- V tr- Wi - I 5 M i iv oV I n An IT WANTED Â¬ ft n Confidence lif- e- If i b Restored DR i w - And people are taking advantage of the BARGAINS that are being offered by L COPPERSMITH THE JEWELER Early Frost There was frost enough in some localities in this section Sunday OF CINCINNAT IO will be at tbtf Bros Show kill watermelon and morning to PKOSS2TI2S late cucumber vines Travelers amid the sands of the great Sahara have told in pic- Â¬ IiOUISVIIilE TOBACCO MAR Â¬ IN LEXINGTON KY KET turesque language of the marvelous skill and muscular agility of Saturday September 23 1893 DURRETT the desert roving Arabs The FURNISHED BY GLOVERWAREHOUSE Saturday Ootober 14 1893 LOUISVILLE TOBACCO strange nomadic life of the Sales on our market for the week HEMORRHOIDS without sureiea Piles Bedouins whose history antedates just closed amount to 2105 hhds with operation and with littlecured pain or no 1493 the Christian era and whose fore- receipts for tho same period of REEERENCES Sales on market since Jan fathers conducted their caravans of hhds 1st amountour 94109 hhds Sales W McKee Hardie Frankfort Ky to uary richly laden dromedaries across of the crop of 1892 on our market to J A Scott Frankfort Ky Ky Dr E M Gober Frankfort Africas great sand sea when the this date amount to 90449 hhds J T Stuteii Frankfort Ky Reports Frankfort the growing coming of Christ was but a pro- continue tofrom unfavorable in crop V BerberlchHulett BensonKyKy P the RevH LMcClure Frankfort Ky be A phecy has always had a poetic main Our market this week was V J nuglie Frankfort Ky interest for the people of civilized again irregular with fine grades of David Moore Benson Ky Ky reaching lands Several times efforts have burley at timoshhds were extreme Jas M Wlthrow Frankfort prices Several sold at DR KELLEYS at 259 been made to bring a troupe of prices ranging from 20 to 26 and we West Eighth street office and residence Is he may Cincinnati and where these roving people to America advance quotations on some grades be found every day of each week except SATURPumpldets describing these diseases DAYS fairly the mode but hitherto without success and The following quotations burleyrep- andaddressing of treatment sent free to any one toW I KELLEY M D by it has remained for Riugling Bros resent our market for new 259 W Eight St Cincinnati O bacco 1892 crop CONSULTATION FREE Worlds Greatest Shows to import Trash dark or damaged 4 00 3 50 and actually exhibit a troupe of tobacco 5 00 Common genuine Bedouin acrobats The Medium Oolory trash 4 25 to good colory 7 00 troupe comprises a whole tribe of 5 00 trash lithe sinewy dark hued Saharan Common lugs not colory 4 00ni 5 00 AND 7 60 5 00g Colory Arabs They are under the di Common to good lugs colory Medium rection of bi Hassan Ben AH for 8 50 HOGSHEAD 7 50 lugs FACTORY many years director of amusements Common to medium leaf 8 00M 9 00 9 00W 12 00 in the service of the Sultan of Medium to good leaf 12 oow 16 00 Uood to line leaf Morocco Their performance can Select or wrappery PURCHASED THE PLANING MILL 16 OOfo 26 00 HAVING tobacco hogshead laetury f Messrs not be compared to any act with tobacco Cougletoi Bros I am prepared tj furnish which the American public is DOORS familiar because it is utteriy unlike SASH BLINDS this anything ever before seen FRAMES country Their strength and agility SHINGLES TURNED WORK is astonishing One performer aTAUt WORK sustains a half score of his fellows AND ALL KINDS OF prunes grouped in a pyramid one above Blouse the other They all turn double leaping from the somersaults as well as tobacco hogsheads Factory one and a ball blocks irom Post Ufilce on river iroiL ground Their vaulting suggests a tfhtre of public patronage is solicited the flight of birds rather than the W3U rOH A CASE IT Will NOT CURK tt CHOATE Sept 2 ly movements of human beings An agreeable XaxatlTO and NERVE TONIC 25c by Druggists or Their dexterity in manipulating Bold SIXO por packageacnt by mailfree 60c Samples and JOHN DRISCOLL fire arms almost surpasses belief TUT fa TBf The Favorite TOOTH T0TOU The wild abandon exhibited iri AV IIWrorthoTeetbandBxeftthaSo W McKee Hardie their performance could not be For sale by HALLS OLD STAND Jan28 lT imitated by a European acrobat This remarkable feature together N TIME TABLE L with the Mikados Royal Troupe The following time table is now ill of Japanese Charles W Fish the A fall line of pure Andereon county whiskies affeot upon the L fc N road worlds champion somersault rider wines brandies etc TBAIltB WIST the largest programme of stellar 235 BHOtDWAY opposite State House fiff0 am celebrities ever seen in a single No2JlenveeFrankfort April 15 tf No 17 leaven Frankfort 935 a m performance and the most thril Â¬ No 21 leaves Frankfort 305 p m 785 pm ling hippodrome races ever con- Â¬ No 19 leaves Frankfort mmiwinHmiuwiinMinw under canvas will be ex- Â¬ tested TKAIXSBABT hibited for two performances only No 30 mixed train lenvea Frank 600 a m at Frankfort Wednesday Sep- fort 1016 am No 18 leaves Frankfort SEWIM6 MACHINE tember 20th 443 p m No 20 leaves Frankfort a They must go to make room for the arrival of the new incumbent Mr Watch and his accessories FRAMFORT ROUNDABOUT CHILDREN OF THE DESERT Troupe of Genuine FRANKFORT SEPTEMBER 9 1898 Remarkable Sahara Arabs with Ringling Issues of tho BOUND ABOUT of Saturday December 24th 1892 and of Saturday February 4th Will 1893 to complete our flies pay liberally for them A Frankfort Man W I KELLEY WM CROMWELL PRACTICE KOTSL RMAL MSTATM AGBNT 0 Franklin and tha adjoining alio eiT0 ipAclal attention le eountler u4 tha purohan and tale of real estata collection ef rrata etaum and tha ietUUa at jam COUBT8 will m THK fJKWk- 9 tnS fr J TAKE TX3LE W Â¬ Â¬ MONON ROUTE The Direct and Popular Line to White whot James C formerly lived here and was in business in the old Mansion House corner has been nominated as a Democratic candidate to represent Hardin county in the next LegisMr White was born and lature raised at Graefenburg Shelby county and while living here eloped with and married the daughter of Mr Josh Shaw of Woodford county He removed to Elizabethtown some sx or seven years ago and has been traveling for a Louisville house Mr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CHICAGO And all Points NORTH and WEST Â¬ Â¬ PLA3OTG MILL Vestibuled Trains Dining Oar Services Palace Chair Cars Pullman Buffet Sleepers And Only First Classs Accommodations For Further Information Address B IMi 1 i- - Schools Oncnert All the public schools of the city opened on Monday with a Ci good attendance and everything started off smoothly for the There were present at session tfie opening 94 scholars in the High school 580 in the different grades and 34 at the West End giving a total of 708 in the white Vschools- and 390 in the colored V - L Bryant t C P A W G Crush D Pi L 111 LOUISVILLE KY OR Jas Barker G P A Chicago 111 Finish Fcr a Kentucky Midland Ey Sbortect and quickest between hchool fA Former Frankfort Wed Lady to CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT Only direct line between Miss Edith Farris daughter of Rev Mr Farris who was pastor te33 Liquor JVierchant Frankfort Georgetown and Paris Fal Â¬ Gir Â¬ lish Uaysrille Cysthiao mouth and CoriigtGB VIA KY fof the Southern Presbyterian Church in this city several years ago iwill be married on the 14th October at her home in Ten- Miss jssee to a Mr Jones irris made many friends during ir residence here who wish her Lthe happiness in the world Scries of Qoirles he Elite Dancjng Club will ive a series of entertainments at lower Ahlers Hall beginning In Tuesday evening next which iromise to be exceedingly pleasant mey vim Id the young peopie le under the management of of W A Diehle and Mr Thos Hutchison ASK VOB TICKETS MIDLAND TUiiliSBUIITCElTULSTllBlillTIIE TIME TABLE MAY 27 I 1W3 Â¬ Â¬ ROYAL A m 1 p m TBAIN3 K AST Lv KranUort A No No 8 SAO ir a Ho 7 Lt Summit Lv 700 706 711 Among the incidents of childhood bold reuer as onr memory reverts to the days when we were young none are moro promi Â¬ nent than severe sickness The young mother vividly remembers that it was Chamberlains Oough Remedy cured her of croup and in turn administers it to her own off spring and always with the boat reÂ¬ sults For sale by J W Gayle that stand oat in 635 p m No 24 arrives Frankfort 8 66 p ra No 22 1 eaves Frankfort No 20 will stop at Anchorage and ChrietinuHbnrg for for paesengeri Lexington and points beyond Nos 28 17 and 21 connect at Lagraage for Oinoinnati Nos 23 and 21 connect at Anchorage for Bloomfleld Branch ialMMIWMIMtlMrtJiMIMJMIWai WARRMTED 5 YEARS Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Elkuorn Swltxer Duvau 346 52 Stamping Ground Georgetown C S Depot Newtown 718 729 7S6 Johnson D Lv Centrevllle Lv Kilzubetn Ar Purls iv 742 749 758 a08 816 aiSJ I 400 411 418 4 24 4S1 0 PA C aao M 410 602 610 615 626 M I A M M j P M P TRAINS WEST No2No4 No8NoU 906 915 950 929 949 DoO Chesapeake NEW TORE ION BOSTON Ohio Ry WASHING Lv To iLatonliv Reduced rates to Latonia Fall Races September 2d to October 7 1893 via Queen and Crescent Route Tickets on sale each day of meeting to Cincinnati and re turn good five days from date of sale from all stations on Q 5 C and Louisville Southern in Kentucky Tickets Cincinnati to Lexington and return at one fare for the round trip every Saturday evening good returning Monday will enable turfmen and others to spend Sunday in the Blue Grass Region D G Edwards G 1 A Â¬ Â¬ PHILADELPHIA and all Eastern Cities I Ar Newtown Ar 0 S DetKrt A r Georgetown Ar lolmson Ar Dnvull Ar Ktknom ir Qnminlt Ar Elizabeth Ar Centerrtlle funs 600 ao tJ 527 4691 G12 D 10J7 1023 1080 1010 ArSlamplnuGround r Swltzer A 104i 080 685 H4i 648 655 7 08 Representing Ills Church Squre Pat McDonald is in Ihicago attending the meeting of Iitholic Congress as a representa- e of the Church of the Good epherd in this city Dr Hales household Tea a pleasant herb drink which Mi- euros dyspeMia liver 00m- ana all laaaey diseases Famta gie dose a day taken at bed time tea the business Sf and 59 ots fir package Get rt to day at P T PARrBNTRRs drug store tVely Shortest between LOUISVILLE LEXINGTON and EASTERN POINTSLine - M m vnlvaV Ar Frankfort 1049 1066 1106 715 730 L S 721 749 ao3 812 aS2 862 900 915 925 44ft 426 Time card In effect Nov 1st EA8T DOUHD 1692 Lve Lexington 715 am Atlanta Express No 22 dully Midland Accora No 20 dally ex Sun 1140 a m 615 u Vestibuled Express No 24 dully Mt Sterling Accom No 23 dally ex Snn530i u WE8T UOUHU i nii1IUIIIIltllllllUltlIllIlllllll14ieUll HaaalAree High Arm SolfTBotUng Needle Hu a Self threading Shuttle IIs a qual In CoustruoUoa Uai No naa a Mechanical Apneaxaaae lias an jsiegant nruin Maa Perfect Aljutment i A connects with L B connects with Q C N Q C connects with and K7 Lexington Accom No 27 Louisville Express o u uniiy hhdi h I Lexington Accorm No 26dnllyexSun4 15 1 0161 MI Vestibuled Express No U3dully Polld Vestibuled Trains with Dining Curs Through Sleeperu from Lexington to New York wituout cnniiKQ No Uu Arr Lexington dully ex Sun 800 a u i i lias a Positive Take np nasStvllshFornltare QaalltlsAia Has More Good Sewing does n larger Range ofGeaaral Weik Uuls aay Sewing Maeldne la tae WesUL ExaulM THE ROYAL fop polits if V txtMKeiioei j and ytti mm transfers Cincinnati O H W FULLER Qenl Pubs Agt 0 W IURNEY D D P A Lexington WushliiRton 0 Asst Genl Pass Act Cincinnati Ky C D UYAN ROYAL SM CO Raekfaf1 Ill I Effective May 27th and during the summer the following Sunday schedule will bo In effect SUNDAY TRAINS East No 6 leaves Frankfort 745m a ra No Georgetown 840 arrives at Purls 915 n Georgetown 460 3 leaves Frankfort 840 p 111 G 25 p ni arrives at Purls West No 6 leaves Purls 9 30 a m George Â¬ town 1005 arrives Frankfort 1106 a m No 4 loaves Pirls5M pm Georgetown 630 arrives atFrnuktdrt780p m The Kentucky Midland Railway and connee tlons form the shortest and cheapest route to all poillla Iiuiiu buuvu uuok uiiu nvob I Gen Iaas 4sv UEU V UAttJtjeu V City Tleket Agent uen aupt mtiiiMmmrm d- ft - iik Y ji -- AWhtu I IWi f yx VTf vi t r v j t V I 6 I - VI tyjirt i fcV B r i 1 T wf ri - JOHN T BUC1 greater damages cannot be reThe hour of the eveninp services covered against it than the right at the various Churches has been of way through the Thomas land changed to 730 oclook was worth at the time the contract is entered First Presbyterian Church was opinion into in 1850our It best of some of Rev W B Cooper will occupy the the to morrow at 11 a m No lawyers however that should the pulpit service at night railroad company allow suit to be Southern Presbyterian Church brought it will find the court will There will be no services to morrow hold that damages may not only morning or evening be recovered for the right of way but that continuous damages will Episcopal Church Services will lie for the failure on the part of be held in tho chapel of Ascension Ohuroh to morrow morning conduct the railroad to provide a wagon ed by Rev Alex Hensley chaplain way across the bridge and that in the U S Navy suits may be brought every month by any of the numerous parties in Christian Church The usual whom the right of action vests by services to morrow at 11 and 730 will be conduoted by Rev George- - Darsie reason of having purchased a portion of the original of Thomas the pastor Society of Chris tract of land Young Peoples tian Endeavor in the lecture room at By going into court the com 650 pamy may delay matters but it Catholic Church The usual will have to put the floor down in services at the Church of the Good the end- and it will be much Shepherd to morrow will be con cheaper to do so now ducted by Rev Father W E Gorey the pastor J E M Has No Superior Figh mass at 8 a m low mass at 10 a m audvespers at 730 p m That we have one of the best Baptist Church Rev W C Tay- flours manufactured in the world lor the pastor will conduct the made right here in our city there services to morrow morning at 11 can be no mistake for the J E and at 730 p m M Sons mill of Messrs Miles Sunday school at 930 a m in the will compare favorably with the chapel best brands of any mill in the G country Methodist Ohuroh Rev H We were shown yesterHenderson will cloce his third years day a loaf of bread made from it ministry in this oity to morrow Mr Henderson will preach an appropriate by an inexperienced cook which looked so much like pound cake discourse at each service Sunday school meets at 930 a m that it was hardto tell the differThe Epworth League will convene ence unless it was tasted It was in the class room at 7 oclock white and light and the crust a Rev Paul Schenke of Lexington beautiful brown and made one will conduct a Lutheran service in hungry to look at it Since this the German language at the Southern is so why not encourage home Presbyterian Church Monday even industry by using home made flour ing at 730 oclock Â¬ Â¬ Refrigerators Gasoline Stoves Screen Cloth Coal Oil Stoves Fly Traps Flv Fans Lower than any other house in the city can sell them Call and see and get prices No trouble to show goods JESLh HSR Fruit Cans Water Coolers lee Cream Freezers Mason Jars yI i vii jmb M M n J 11 vA lWT W A GAINES t i R RETjIGIOUS Deaths Taylor Col L Tay- Â¬ Â¬ B MARSHALL Richard H Hi Â¬ J v fc - Â¬ Â¬ fc 8V l Â¬ Â¬ lor a gentleman vell known in this city and Louisville died Monday evening at the Willis House on Lewis street of general debility in the 77 year of his age The deceased was a nephew of President Zachary Taylor and a brother of the late Mrs Jouett He had served as United States Mail Agent for Kentucky and had held other positions of honor and He was born and responsibility raised in Jefferson county but removed here early in the 6os to reside At one time he was well- to do but security debts and unfortunate investments swept away his property 1he remains were taken to Wednesday county Jefferson morning and interred in the old Taylor burying ground Callahan Mrs Mary Callahan widow of the late Mike died Sunday at her Callahan homeon Arlington Heights after a lingering illness aged about sixty years The deceased was a sister in law of Mr Dan Callahan N depot and mother at the L of Mr Patrick and Miss Mollie Her funeral took place Callahan Tuesday morning from the Catholic Church Orr The infant child of Mr John Orr died Thursday night at the home of its grandfather Capt Ed Porter Thompson after an illness of two hours with cholera Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ L B MARSHALL CO 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 OFFICE 236 MAIN STEEET I FOR SAKE FRAME COTTAGE OP THREE ROOMS FOR SALE GARDEN FARM OF 12V ACRES A rnA iIaoImiMa nnfnHtli n atrtnll 8outh A proved located on a good turnpike road by 150 street qua lotXV60 UCAUUU1Dfeet on Short oiuuu nmnnnt miles from Frankfort uuwwuw U OIUC puuj niuu of casii could arrange to sell on easy weekly pajiuunifl WELL IM S FOR SALE COTTAGES SOUTH ON THE SIDE THREE located and In good neighborhood 2000 cash for all 550 750 and 850 or Prices Â¬ would make a good OFFER FOR SALE THE CHESS WE nronertvnt the Forks of Elkhorn WARREN three as This propertyand Is now paying Invest 19 per It rents well consist ment ing of a two story frame residence of eight month Three desirable parties who can make rooms a iraroe cottage ui six rooms ana a small cash payment can arrange to pay the This property Is cen balance In weekly Installments several vncant lots trally located and Is very desirable for either resi property dence or business Â¬ Â¬ Forks of Elkhoiu BUILDING LOTS j f FOR SALE ments at Thorn Hill at a bargain OF FIVE A GARDEN FARM rooms and residence of five This property will be sold other Improve Â¬ ACRES WITH BIOR MEDIUM PRICED BUILDING SITES WK destm to call special attention to the Bar Â¬ rett lots on Holmes street Two new residencesÂ¬ have Just been completed on a part of this prop erty and we have one more lot 5U by 200 feet which we will sell at a bargain to some desirable party who will build Immediately J FOR RENT -- LfJ NS5i FOR SALE two story frame residence of six rooms on Shelby street between Cross and Campbell South Side This property Is well located and would make a very desirable home The lot Is 40 by 200 feet FRAME RESIDENCES 2TWO STORYon North St Claslr streetOF NINE each and one - FRAME COTTAGE OF SEVEN BOOMS ON Conway street South Side This property Is In good repair and we are authorized to rent It at A 15 per month HIGHVIEW HAVE FIVX WE rooms A DESIRABLE COTTAGE OF prop Â¬ onHlghvIew for sale This erty has a lot 112 by 162 feet and would make a very desirable home FOR SALE will be sold cheap 1 HANDSOME 8ET OF DED ROOM FDRNI J ture 1 Bureau Ofllce Table 1 Childs Bed All of the above articles aro of good quality and 100 BUILDINGL0TS hundred dollars each OFFER FOR SALE A WE building lots on IWllklnson NUMBER infantum street at one OF Â¬ Revv Thos N Arnold will occupy in your family i B tf t Unsolicited the pulpit at the Christian Church to morrow week as the pastor Rev The following testimonial came to George Darsie will be absent at that ub Kenyon ctTnomas uo Aaams time N Y Gentlemen For the past two years I have suffered terribly with Under Advisement During what doctors call eczema this tyne I have oonsulted several The matter of putting down a physicians and ased a number of Known remewes floor in the railroad bridge is be- Â¬ WOilrelief until finally I uuc wmu jjui was urged to no fore the board of control of the give your remodiea a trial X cannot Aiinncrli ia vh oJha ftf thain At N Railroad Company and fifiv L present I are as well as I ever was ia it has not yet been decided what my life and owe my eiaere thanks toOintIt the meantime you for Dr Hales Heasebold will be done motif- nnrl TVa Anv aim doabtinc this testimonial will cattle guards have been erected at ho sinperity of by addxAesiag very confer a favor each end of the bridge and notices iruly yours N JJcmABB Laoaaiaator Mae posted to the effect that persons aale at 26e These restediea are passing across it will be prosecuted and 50c at P H OAKgrnwrate drag Btore for trespass It looks now like the railroad For Rent A front room on company proposed to take the Main street suitable for office full time of eight months in Address M this office 52 tf which they are allowed under the contract with the late L A Thom- Â¬ Ten per oeut will be added to be- Â¬ as to repair or rebuild the bridge your oity taxes after Septem Â¬ in a floor or that it will ber 12thi fore putting Pay up before that - of Mr John Wright died Tuesday at the home of its parents in with spasms South Frankfort The funeral took place yesterday child Wright An infant L B MARSHALL CO Heart Disease Curable Tho truth of tbis statement may be doubted by many but when Dr EVanklin Miles tpo eminent Indiana specialist claims that heart disease is curable and proves it by thousands of testimonials of wonderful ouroB by his now heart cure it attracts the attention of the millions sufferingÂ¬ with short breath palpitation irreg ular pulso wind in stomach pain in Bide or shoulder smothering spells fainting dropsy c A F Davis Silver CJreok Nebraska by using four bottle cf Dr Miles New Heart Cure was completely cured after twelve years Buffering frm heart disease This wonderful remedy if Fine Furniture COMPLETE STOCK Of all the Newest and Prettiest Patterns In order to make room for our largce stock of Fall goods we will offer special a fr sold by J W Gayle Books free 6 cottage of three k For rooms and kitchen on Moro Btreot See Dennis Murphy at Wakefields RENT-T-Bric- saw mill 40 tf For Sale on Rent My dwelling house on Ann street J T Buckley tf ignore the contract altogether and day and save the penalty 52-2- tlet suits be brought claiming that For Sale I have a choice piece of city property for sale CaU on A first class investment me for terms and price A H Waggoner 5 i 3t IvO W PRICES SON I R ROGERS wBhteJIWP v f Wk W 1 JT J 1V 7ir iA - Preparatory to Changing Our Location E 7M vt a rf WJ--f St K And v i 3EEa EaclMrnare A t Griroettlv will dely competition botn in price and quality of goods WE -- WIXjXj DISPOSE OP OITE STOCK OP Vai MONEY We ask our friends to call before purchasing as we will make it to their interest We enumerate below a few of the items we carry in stock wirU stpear JE and will SAVE THEM i VyV General Hardware and Wall Paper Harness Whips Leather Lead L W Mixed Paints Brushes Glass Oils Lime Cement Plaster Salt Sash Doors Blinds Wagons Wagon Material Surreys Iron Roofing Sewer and kAAV Flue Pipe Powder Shot Shells fi nns Wire Arn A - MJ - Qor Main and Lewis Streets Want to Compromise v t- C E M A COLLINS A Mistake Â¬ Opposite the Farmers Bank - M SJ Burglars About Track laying Â¬ tewi vV IhKif - mrt a i i 1 iiLrL--- l the company thdre should be no hesitancy on the part of the counThe large elms in the yards of in closing it at once Mrs Lucy Tate and the old Hanty court nah property on Second street The Bridge which were killed by insecs The contractors are going steadily have been topped and the ragged along with the work of erecting a trunks only remain of what were new bridge on St Clair street once magnificent trees In cut Nearly all the piles have been tiug off the limbs ol the tree in driven for the foundation of the the Hannah yard the branches south abutment while the north were allowed to fall upon and abutment is gradually climbing up crush the iron fence and tear down The north end of the old bridge the electric light fire alarm and has been torn away clear back to telephone wires the ends of the chords to make Captured the Ribbons room for derricks and stone is Mr James H Grahams fine now lowered into position from the street instead of being hauled jack Duke of Glenwater was v down to the river bank and then brcfught to this city yesterday raised by a derrick At the pres- - morning from Paris where he was Wst ent- rate of progress the stone exhibited at the Bourbon Fair work will be completed early in He captured the first premium in Tout ivv October The east sidewalk and his ring which he has never failed wagonway of the bridge have been to do wherever shown and is Mif closed in order to make an opening admitted to be the finest jack Mr Graham has in the floor sufficiently large to in the country been offered 3000 for him allow stone to be lowered Â¬ Â¬ IP The Street Railway Company There is no occasion for uneasiThe residence of Mr O B The statement that there would be no floor laid in the railroad Polsgrove was entered on Tuesday ness about a typhoid fever epi- have been laying the rails this bridge has caused a number of night by a thief who stole a lot demic at the penitentiary as there week on that portion of Mero letters to be written to the officials of preserves from his cellar is but one patient afflicted with street over which the ties had al- Â¬ iof the railroad company in Louis- - Wednesday at noon while the that disease who is convalescent ready been laid and are going ville and as a result it is stated family were ac dinner the grocery and only nine patients altogether ahead with the work on the power Otherwise the house It is to be hoped that that the company will agree that store of Mr C L Hahn out on in the hospital if the county court will pay the the Versailles pike was entered health of the prisoners is very the difference between the computting down a floor through a window and six dollars erood considering the number pany and the city council will be cxPense from the cash drawer confined about twelve hundred adjusted at the meeting of the - tmnn the tp5 sntrahle for rhp nns- - taken latter on Tuesday evening so LEAKAGE IMPOSSIBLE i aagb ui uuguiij mv vuiiiiuii hiu Wednesday night the saloon of Nervous Prostration that the work may be pushed to Bottom furnish a watchman to guard the Theodore Davis on the corner of and sides one continu Â¬ an early completion- Clinton dnd Washington streets ous Piece of lumber bridge and that no tolls shall be A large manufacturer whose affairs material White Ash Wood was broken into and the till rob- were very much embarrassed and collected President Resigned who was overworked and broken Inside Castings Well Galvanized down with nervous exhaustion went This seems to be a very fair bed of 18 Mr John Meagher has resigned ButterMadeliTsto Minor a negro was ar- to a celebrated specialist He was Harry proposition in fact will be much told that the only thing nMded was 10 Minutes and better for the poor people who rested for the Hahn robbery and to be relieved of care and worry doc- the position of President of the have a change of thought This AGENTS WANTED in every town have to pass over it and the city is now in jail but as yet no ar- tor was more considerate of his pa Frankfort National Bank and Singlo churns sold in localities where we have no anrents at wholesale prices than if the company put down rests have been made for the oth tients health than of his financial Sheriff R D Armstrong who to Introduce them Geni for Circular ft Pries Liii He ought to have circumstances the floor and charged toll and if er burglaries advised him to use Dr Miles Restor Â¬ is the Vice President is now disM BROWN GO ative Nervine the best remedy for charging the duties of the office such a contract can be made with WAPAKONETA O Other Elms Gone nervous prostration sleeplessness Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 8 0- T m vm A Ml i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ dizziness headache ill effects of spir Â¬ its tobacco coffee opium o Thou Â¬ sands testify to oures Books and trial bottles free at J W Gayles 5 WM WRIGHT 447 East Main Street r - SALE BY -- Jctt Extra dry Mr Pat OBrien returned Tues day from the Worlds Fair Â¬ r SMbY E Frankfort - - Kentucky 1 t A IV v- The only patent churn which will bear a guarantee Juue 24 Sm t Very little plowing has been done on account of this extra dry spell Sam and Silas Mason have re- Â¬ turned from a six weeks trip to - Prof Harneys School Prof Harney will open his school on St Clair street in the - Yeoman building on Wednesday September 13th He refers to Messrs Fayette VHttllW XAWWlll VJICCIJ Ji JTU1K Johnson of Frankfort J H Hay- wpod Chas Clark Dr Settle C r B Seymour Frank Parsons Judge Jackson John S Cain and almost any old citizen of Louisville or J Ku Klux Abroad Mann Campbell a colored man who owns a little home near the Kentucky Military Institute re- Â¬ ceived a notice Monday signed Ku klux ordering him to leave I within three days Campbell has the reputation of being a quiet but his wife is a tough character and has rather made herself objectionable to the neighborhood - good citizen Frankfort He can be seen at the McKee Hardie drug store any day be- twecn 10 a m and 1 p m until the opening of his school after- wards at the school room t Prof Harney is a German French Latin and Greek scholar V a graduate of the Louisville Law School was professor of Mathe- vrriatics in the Louisville High School and the Presbyterian College at Louisville and refers to Rev J L McKee of Danville i it Shilohs Cure the Great Couch and Croup Cure is for nalu by us Pooket size contains twenty five doeos only 25o Children love it 21 -- IiUtlieran Service Wtt- Oil m Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs ia taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste and acta Â¬ gently yet promptly on the Kidneys 334 MAIN STREET Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys tem effectually dispels colds head Â¬ FRANKFORT K aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy 6f its kind ever pro Â¬ duced pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach prompt in To reduce your weight SUBELTt use Wlllards Obesity and lose Ho its action and truly beneficial in its Injury toPUls health 15 pounds a month busi Â¬ No Interference with the pleasure They Advertised letters at Frankfort effects prepared only from the most ness or improve theNO STARVING beautifybuild up and general health the healthy and agreeable substances its complexion and leave NO WRINKLES Lucy Kentucky Anderson 84 Auburn street Cambridge Mass many excellent qualities commend it writes Three bottles of your Obesity Fills reÂ¬ Â¬ Below will be found a list of adver to all and have made it the most duced my weight from 226 pounds to I190 and I never felt better In all my life am much pleased with the result and shall do all I can to tised letters for the week ending popular remedy known Syrup of Fics is for sale in 50c help you Our patrons Include Physicians September 0 1893 leaders of and SI bottles by all leading drug Â¬ Bankers Lawyers nud drug stores Society Our goods are not sold In all orders are Â¬ Allen W O 3 Price Marehall Sam gists Any reliable druggist who supplied direct from ouromce 500 byper pack age 200 or three pneknges for mall preBuford Addie Pullaman E M may not have it on hand will pro Â¬ uiu rurucuiars seaieai 4 cis AiiL AJUlUtKH- Backner Samuel Parter G P 2 PO NDENCK CONFIDENTIAL Boatman W W Thompson Annie cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any WILURO BEMEDY CO BOSTON MASS Clifton F G Smith G W substitute Cornelius Tan Thomas John Apl3 6m Coons Wm Sraoot J M CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Eulerts H Shears Noah SAN FflANCISGO CAL Garvon J E Shearer Willie new york ttr Louisville rr Hawkins Wm White Annie Lang Gatha Wilson Mrs Lacy Henry Wilson Dr O G Mason Henry Lavender Paste Meede Henry Co are u formidable trio yet the weak person frequently has to meet all of When calling for these letters say tnem at once IIow am he overcomo The answer Is with our Compound advertised J M Sapfe P M Oxygen and ours only count Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Chicago A petition is in circulation and has been signed by a large num ber of Democrats of this end of the county calling on Mr Washington Crutcher to become a can didate for the Legislature Mr Crutcher is an able man in fact just suited for the place and if he can be induced to make the race he will make it rather warm for the boys Umbotro Pifefl Jk 77TtssB5r ijiWiM WJkA Nctiy Ki aA f H a MAT TEHT -- rm j - M nil 1 11161 1 FAT PEOPLE m ft j j rai rm Wi A M Work Worry Hion Mil and Disease J Rev Paul Schenke German SHILOHSl Lutheran of Lexington will conduct services in the German language at the Southern Presbyterian Church on Monday evening Curt Consumption Cough Croup Bore allDniKgim on a Guarantee next at 730 oclock All the Throat SoldbvBack or Chest Bhlloha Porous I ora Lame Side Germans in the city are invited Plaster will give great tatitfaction 35 cents SHILOHS VITALIZE to attend Mrs T S llawklna Cbuttnnoogn Tenn says BJJ CURE Â¬ 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 during these hard times So come onecome all and dont miss this sale 3- Dec 24 ly The less demonstrations of 23 jears war runt this reply Our treatment Is available for home use neither need your occupation b e Interfered with The value of those features Is obvious What about your need A book of explanaUonnnd proof Is yours to consider If asked for now Drs STARKEY PALBN 1629 Arch Street Philadelphia Pa Til Fine Farm for Rent ADJOINING CITY limits on the Georgetown nlko containing 266 acres large residence tobacco barn and Splendid dairy and tobacco farm stables Possession given March 1st 1KM For particu Â¬ lars apply to FRANK CUINN July 22 tf Frankfort Ky DUDLEY FARM The Modern Beauty Thrites on good food and sunshine with plenty of exorcise in the open air Her form glowB with health and her face blooma with its beauty If her system needs tho cleansing action of a laxative remedy she usea tho Â¬ ShlZoha VitalthertiAVED MY LIVES I comiderttthebralrcmedyforadebttttatedsjifitem For Dyapopsln Hvor or Kiduoy Itvtruatd trouble It cxccla Frlcff76cta - 214 St Clair En c3ZEJLh39 street Sept 2 M TTiwovou Catarrh Trythteltemody ItwlU relievo and Curo you Prloe 60 ots Tula In jootorforitaBuooossfultreatmcntiflfurnlsliod free Shilohs Remedies aro sold by ua ou a t S HILOHVATARRH REMEDY 2t Henry Showalter PUBLIC AUCTIONEER Aug 20 lm Sheep for Sale HAVE FOR 8ALE 100 HEAD OF FIRST ewes which I will nelson rlx months time Also a few Shropshire and South Down bucks that I will sell cheap SOUTH TRIMBLE aug26 tt Forks of Klknorn Ky T X class Svoileaflant qUld laXOtIV For sal jnnWir by W hitTq mnaiivn McKee Hardie J jA r- - a i 4 -- m r Mi I - V The Great Crash Still On -- Aisrx HT 3rf D0NT DOM GO THE PRICES w Pfr L IS KV Crutclier Mens all wool suits that were io and 12 GO all TAN SHOES St9rli3 Fiimisig 5350 S aim Bats Co best Hat that sells for 750 Mens IT all wool suits that were 125 one large lot Ladies Tan Button Shoes sizes that were 250 12 and 15 for R Dunlap the world over 75c pne lot Ladies Oxfords that sold for 125 10 1 and 7c 12c one large lot ivtens Socks that were 10c and Mens all wool suits that were 15 and 18 1 one large lot Misses Oxfords that sold for S150 and 150 for boys suits that were 175 14c one 25c largest Mens Suspenders that were 250 175 one lot Mens Tan Shoes that were and 275 20 Shirts that were 150 one big lot Mens Negligee and Madras 250 t 2 for boys suits that were 3 and 350 2 one lot Mens Tan Shoes that were 3 J w 35c tremendous big lot Straw Hats that were 50c 65c and 75c mostly boys sizes one big lot childrens wear Shirts and Drawers that were 35c 40c and 50c 20c Â¬ 5 for boys suits that were E- 7 and 8 WE NEED CASH See the big window for prices cjJEi-cJi-emsj- L ZMT-A-IIfc- T STZEEEaB1 Hurrah for Chicago Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ STA3EWK eTI2oI1 zestet h mmmammmmmmmaJa ITairviow 1 HJ a N RailThe old reliable L Several of our young pepple atSouth Ben- road offers you the lowest rate yet tend the meetings at quoted to Chicago On September son N will Miss Mantha Powers is visiting 3d 4th and 5th the L sell round trip tickets to Chicago her sister Mrs J as Botkins for 10 15 good for 15 days Mr Robert A Anderson atBETTER STILL tended the Lexington Fair last You can buy round trip tickets week to Indianapolis for 480 and then The protracted meeting closed on Tuesday night of last week buy a round trip ticket from In- after ten days continuance with dianapolis to Chicago for 365 Our beloved making total rate of 845 Tickthree confessions Brother H M Polsgrove of ets limited September 16 Leave Frankfort 730 and 3 p m ar- Â¬ Graefenberg did the preaching Mrs John Alexander and her riving Chicago 950 p m and 730 a m Sleeping car berths sister Mrs Ben Perkins visited reserved and baergaee checked the family of Mr Walter Smith through For further informalast Sunday tion apply at L N depot Mr Fred Perkins of Waddy H B Logsdon and Forest Alexander of LouisAgent ville were in the neighborhood m last Sunday evening THE LAKE ROUTE TO THE WORLD5 FAI Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m 1 The Detroit and Cleveland Steam Navigation Companys new steamers City of Alpena and City of Mackinac are now in commission making four trips per week between Detroit Mackinac Island Chicago and way ports Fare Cleveland to Mackinac and return including meals and berths 2000 Toledo 1450 Detroit Low rates to Chicago 1350 for illustrated pamphlet Write Address A A Schantz G P A Detroit Michigan Â¬ The Now South and the Worlds Fair Insure Against Accident be obtained by any gentleman or lady for 1 Co from Jacob Swigert 5i 4t For Rent Two story brick dwelling of eight rooms and bathroom centrally located on the north side either furnished or unÂ¬ for seven days can A 3000 accident policy good VIA PICTURESQUE MACKINAC j Excursion Rates From September 2d to October N Railroad will 7th the L sell excursion tickets to to Cincinnati Ohio for 5363 for the 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 tickets on the certificate plan to Account ReCleveland Ohio union Army of Cumberland at one and one third fare H B Logsdon Agent Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ui Â¬ K Â¬ Avoid the heat and dust by traveling on the Floating Palaces of the Detroit Cleveland Steam Navigation Company Two new steel passenger steamers have just been built for this Upper Lake route costing 300000 each and aro guaranteed to bo tho grandest largest safest and fastest steamers on tho Lakes speed SO miles per hour riiiiiniiir iiiiiii iiiiiwtiii Cleveland Toledo and Chicago less than CO hours Four trips per week between Toledo Detroit Alpena Mackinac Petos key and Chicago Daily trips between Detroit and Cleveland during July and August double daily servico will be main tained clvlncr a dnvllcht ride across Lake Erie Daily service between Cleveland y First class stateroom and accommodations and menu Jinfl exceed ingly low Round Trip Rates The pala tial equipment tho luxury of tho appoint ments makes traveling on theso steamers Send for illusthoroughly enjoyable trated pamphlet Address A A Schantz Q P A Detroit Cleveland Steam Nut Co Detroit Mich Â¬ Put-ln-Ba- furnished Possession given Oc 52 2L tober 1st Starks Apply at Crutclier My house - on West Main street at present occupied by Col Corbetts family ossession given immediately j Mrs W B Rodman 52 tf For Sale or Rent Bucldons Arnica Salve Tho best salve in tho world for Outs Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rbeum Fover g Tetfc Qnappod Hands nWlh1o0 J I uons anu positively cures Flies or no pay required It is guaranteed to give Bawsiaction or money retundod Price 25 cents per box For sale by - I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Phil Carpenter ly Dr Hales Ilousoliold Ointment 8 Music Pupils Wanted Wanted A lady who has a good English education and can teach music to She teach in a private family must be not less than 22 years old Apply to James Goins i im Millville Ky Neuralgia and Rheumatism Cures Miss Alice Bailey would like to Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum add a few pupils to her music in tho most soothing manner Cures Granulated Eyelids class Call at Clair street Inflamed and and Colds Cures Coughs Can bo taken internally A positive specific Outs Bruises Burns for pnoumoni Pay your city taxes by the Chilblains Sores of long standing 12th of this mouth as the Corns and Bunions are cured quioklv different from all else to all penalty will be affixed after else it has no eaual 525superior boxes and 50o that day Largo sizo cheapest Sold at Carpen Â¬ 62 2t 8 ters drug store Is the finest remedy in tho world xl aDsoiuceiy cures catarrn it cures No section of the country East North or West is taking a greater in Â¬ terest in the Worlds Fair at present than that portion lying south of Mason and Dixons line and typical South For Senator erners easily distinguishable in the immense uirong by tne raceful I military bearing of iae gentlemen for liisfVirt uboct to tUoa- and the rare beauty of the fadies are tioii To the ffioc ratic Juno ate to be met in great numbers on the Exposition grounds in the corridors For Mayor of the leading hotels and at the various social gatherings in the TnHeivLantiicirSdtonnouncft Mr- - Richard Jt0tSiNJKLSHSS5F Selection as Mayor worms 4airuiCYi Ue To a large extent the success of action of the DemScratio Dam July 2i te the Fair depends upon the Southern people the Board of Managers ex- - wWvrJSrmttlor2Sd t0 announce Mr LEWIS a ndldate tor Muyor of Frankfort pect hundreds of thousands of peo- Â¬ 25 mP subJect t0 we action of tb ple from South of tho Ohio river to party Jaiy 22 te attend the Exposition and from present indications they will not be For Police Judge disappointed The railroads are making extensive preparations to nwSaullHlrMtoillllllW C HERN a candidate for Judge take care of the people and their 2rauparty 8Ub ectt0Policeaction ofof the City the the enroute is fully assured comfort The Big Four Route which is the only line making connection in Cen Â¬ For Superintendent of Public Schools tral Union Station Cincinnati withi through trains of the E T V G dVtJ autnrlzed to announce Miss LUCY Queen Orescent Route Louisville p7whhiI50t0r fcuperlntendent of franklin Nashville R R Kentucky Central Eii S110001Democratic county subject to action of party Aug 26 to Ry and Chesapeake Ohio Ry Naturally forms tho popular outlet for For City Marslinl Southern travel andtoacoommodate tho business five elegant vestibnled We are authorized to nnnnunirn n T ivwwxta trains with parlor cars sleeping cars llrlHoanlldt0 fr re election to the ofllce of City subject to the action of the Democratic - uuiijr iium rlvfc 11 i lllr A uiiiuiiiijuiiwvutDo uid van IO UlllCagO mil stopping at Midway Plaisance thh Main Entrance to tho Worlds Fair 60th St Hyde Park 51st St 39th St zzu ou auu running into tne new 12th St Station on the Lake Front 7 HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST All tho Worlds Fair hotels and boarding houses ttiXWf SSffiffffiiffi adjact to the Big Four stations and passon- - AI0ne knowing themseW s Indebted to the same estate will nlpasft piii nnrl pf ti iik f pvpuiur xuio iivomi cne FRANKFOnTSAFETYVAOLTA long transfer aoroas tha Auir2ftini Admr Marearet Dentin cicy necessary by all other lines from Cincinnati There is Dosicivfliv nn Othflr lino Inndfrur nnnnnnn nra of flic nfnfinnn nnmnd nnrl no it- ortVln addition to the comfort and con- Â¬ CLASSICAL INSTITUTE venience a great saving of time and expense alltho South who contem Â¬ the highest advantages for culture and plate a trip to the Worlds Fair should scholarship Full College be sure to ask for tiokets via the Big cellont Preparatory DepartmentCourse with ex Location at Four Route tractive healthful and accessible Genuine home comforts Accommodations Hrst closs in every For full information address D B MARTIN General Passenger Agent particular Catalogues sent on application Ky MHS M W Paris Oinoinnati ANNOUNCEJfENTS For Representative buwIiX mon- h r I t I I NOTICE ALPN5 W A ft i piovi0 ni I iL K Â¬ - PARIS jul-16-- iV uSjt Milos Norvo and Liver Pills Act on a new prinoiplorogulating tho liver stomaoh and bowels though tho norvos A now discovery Dr Miles Piljs speedily cure biliousness bad taste torpldliver piles constipa Â¬ tion Splendid for men women aud ohildren Smallost mildest surest 60 doses for 25 oonts Samplesfrooat J W Gaylos FrankJf6rtKy 45 ly W J CHIP JR 1 Will practice In all State Courts Of flee second floor Cuitom House S TTQ9MMT AV bAII Job work neatly exe Â¬ cuted at this office