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The GrEO A 4f r RAMFORT NW M KOUNMBOUT TERMS v v LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERr DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS 100 In Advance NO 2 v V iT YOL XYII E FANKFORT KY SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 16 1898 8 WOBK MEET cided thev could not under the law build a new sidewalk Mr Gray made a report in re lation to the pavement in front of The Mrs Longmores property matter was referred back to the street committee with instructions to arrange with the contractors in regard to same Mr J E Miles moved to lay the motion on the table AdoptYeas 5 nays 4 ed On motion of Mr Gray the City Attorney was directed to draw up an ordinance directing the people to lay pavements on the east side of ilkinson street from The ordinance Main to Mero was adopted The grade was established on the east side of Steele street from Cross to Campbell street and thit street was also ordered paved Mr Swigert from the gas com Â¬ 6 0 IT Business THE IN REGTJLAR SESSION CITY COUNCITj And Transact a Great Deal or a- - E j-- Tuesday Sept E Miles the ordinance was re ferred back and the President and City Attorney were added to the committee There being no further business on motion of Councilman Watson the council adjourned to meet again next Tuesday night Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Report Baking Rcdfed AlmA 12 93 tyfc - v v The council was called to order by President Milam and all the members responded to roll call The minutes of the several previous meetings were read and approved Mr Pat McDonald presented a form for the Electric Street Rail way companys indemnifying bond which was referred to the city at torney for his approval Â¬ The WorkCompleted The Opera House has been newly frescoed and presents a bright and neat appearance the dingy paint on the walls being replaced ith a bright lemon color which makes the hall much brighter and more attractive The drop curtain represents a very pretty scene and will be much more pleasing to the eye than the old one was with the long cord leaching from top to bottom street musicians and their dancing goat with sail boats in the background the sails of which made them look more like over grown butterflies with but one wing than any thing else The first entertainment of the season will be given Thursday evening next the 21st inst Â¬ Powder -- Â¬ ABSOLUTELY PURE Circuit Court The Franklin Circuit Court convened in September term on Monday Judge Jas E Cantrill did not arrive from Georgetown until noon and the court was not for mally opened until 2 oclock in the afternoon when the following grand jury was impaneled Washington Crutcher Foreman James Rodman J W Johnson Ed Baily Levi Waits J E Miles L S Roberts Chas EU wanger D C Crutcher M D Averill L B Marshall and A W Macklin In charging the grand jury the Judge called their attention specially to the violation of the laws for the protection of game and fish and it need not be surprising the grand jury returns numerous indictments against par ties for dynamiting and seining for fish and hunting before the time prescribed by law The following are the pettit juries for the term Jury No 1 M H Cromwell David Moore Geo A Lewis Dr W H Wilson Henry Rodgers J W Gaines J T Wiley W T Wilson W B White George Farmer W H Caulk and D A Thomasson Jury No 2 Henry Rodgers James H Gaines W M Bristow Willis Rodgers G W Hall Colby H Taylor Jos T Staten A H McClure S T Pence Milton Moore Frank Slusher and Â¬ Â¬ L Â¬ of Hecht Bros was transferred to S Harris Petition of Chas Roszcl for a transfer of his peddler license to The license Â¬ 5 r V - A - - t Granted Petition of E J Parker asking for a livery stable license in the name of Parkers Transfer Line Referred to license committee with power to act Petition of Chas G Payne ask ing a billiard saloon license Referred to license committee Petition of Mrs Sallie Jackson asking a rebate on taxes overpaid Petition granted Petition of E M Williams ask- ing that his ccal dealers license be reduced to 35 Referred to license committee Petition of Smith Dotson ask Referred ing a grocery license license committee to Petition of SalyersJeffers ask ing the transfer of their butcher shop license to Mack Salyers Granted Petition of Hudson Humphries Cassell asking a rebate on Granted taxes overpaid Petition of numerous citizens on Arlington Heights asking the extension of the water rnainsv Referred to water committee Petition of S Black asking repairs to sewer at foot of Broad way and in the rear of Mrs Gar Rerards and other property ferred to street committee Petition of Water Company asking permission to put two water pipes on new bridge Referred to water and bridge committees The following citizens presented petitions asking a rebate on their taxes John Buttimer Robt Chjoate N B Smith Mrs Sarah LeCompte and R H Higdon The petitions were referred to the finance committee The committee to which was re ferred the matter of laying rails for the street railway on Wilkinson anq West Main street reported that a contract had been made and by a previous council council could not give them the the relief desired in their pe John Pardy Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mittee reported the contract to shut off 92 gas lights and substitute in their places 27 arc electric lights at a cost of 9620 per light per year The report was aaccepted and the ordinance also adopted unanimously On motion of Mr Swigert the tax books are to remain in the hands of the Treasurer until October 10 The finance committee reported an agreement in relation to Con gleton Bros taxes which was adopted The Mayor and finance committee were instructed to negotiate the sale of the Bridge Bonds By resolution W C Herndon was directed to edit and compile the new ordinances at a cost not to exceed 600 Quite a number of ordinances and resolutions become laws by their second reading and adop tion and among the number was the one preventing brass bands playing on Sunday The City School Boards report for the last year was received and referred The usual- monthly accounts were then allowed and at a late hour the council adjourned until Wednesday at 7 oclock Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ A Country Runaway Perkins and his Miss Loulie Perkins at tended Sunday school at Daulton School house near Graefenburg Sunday afternoon and on the way home the horse they were driving to a buggy took fright and ran away When it had run about fifty yards the buggy went over an enbankment and upset The young lady was thrown out and had an ugly gash cut in her scalp and her face badly bruised but the young man escaped unhurt The horse broke a leg and had to be shot and the buggy was a complete wreck Mr cousin Â¬ Â¬ punishment at sixteen years in the penitentiary Several other cases of minor im- Â¬ portance were also tried that afternoon before adjournment Thursday morning in the case of the Commonwealth vs W A Gaines Co and other distillers in which the plaintiff is seeking to recover a penalty for the failure to pay the taxes on whisky within the required time the court overruled amotion of the plaintiff to strike our certain portions of the answer of the defendants in which the failure of the officers of the State to perform their duties prop Â¬ erly in regard to the collection of the tax is alleged The case was then passed for further proceedÂ¬ Â¬ v Â¬ ings Â¬ Henry The equity docket was then called and several old cases filed away or stricken from the dock- Â¬ et The case of the Commonwealth vs Mollie Dean charged with keeping a disorderly house was then taken up and occupied the balance of the day The jury returned a verdict of not guilty late in the afternoon Yesterday one or two civil cases small amounts were involving tried Â¬ -- w ri l - - Any Person That is troubled with constipation oan get immediate and permanent relief by using Dr Hales Household Tea One dose a day at bed time 25 and 60c packages at P H Carpen Â¬ 4 il A Good Thing to Keep on Hand From the Troy Kansas Cblet of the symptoms that usually proÂ¬ 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 Diarrhcoa Remedy the very thing to straighten one out in suoh cases and always We are not writing ADJOURNED MEETING keep it about this as a pay testimonial but to let Wednesday Sept 13 93 our readers know what is a good President Milam and all the thing to keep handy in the house For sale by J W Qayle members of the council were Some years ago we were very much subject to severe spells of cholera morbus and now when we feel any ters drug store Jeff Lewis Tuesday morningthe indictment against Chas Gill was upon motion of Commonwealths Attorney Smith filed away with leave to re Gill and his brother docket Charles were concerned in the kill ing of Charles McFarland upon an excursion train at Jetts Station sev eral years ago James was arrested but Charles made his escape and remained in hiding At the trial of James all the witnesses swore that he did the killing but Charles turned up came into court and swore that he himself killed McFarland The result was that James was acquitted and Charles placed in jail to await trial As all the witnesses had sworn that James had committed the crime the Commonwealth had no proof against Charles except his own statement and he could not be made to convict himself hence the case was filed away and the prisoner released After consuming the morning in getting the witnesses into court the case of William Minor for the murder of George Taylor was taken up and the trial proceeded with It occupied the time of the court until Wednesday afternoon at 3 oclock when it was given to the jury who after retiring a few minutes returned a verdict of guilty of manslaughter and fixed the Â¬ Â¬ The Work Will go On The electric street railroad will be pushed along to completion now as the company have exÂ¬ ecuted bond and arranged their difference with the city council as to the laying of the track on Wilkinson street m ft Â¬ Â¬ i t i I present The contract between the city Electric and the Capital Gas Light Company had its second reading and was adopted unani mously The ordinance in relation to paving curbing and guttering the east side of Wilkinson and south side of Mero from Main street to Mero street had its second read ing and was adopted unanimously It requires the woik to be done in thirty days On motion of Mr Watson the tition Mayor was authorized to attach The fire committee was in his signature to a 2000 note for structed to make arrangements for renewal at the State National placing a wagon and 500 feet of Bank hoseon the outh Side when the On motion of Councilman Miles bridge became unavailable The the beer license of Jim Woolfolk Fire and Police Commissioners colored who has a saloon at the were requested to employ men to corner of Washington and Clinton Yeas 7 Nays o take care of same was revoked Mr Furr offered an ordinance Mr Gray from the street com mittee madea report in regard to granting the right of way over the several streets among the number new bridge for two water mains On motion of Councilman Jno Taylor avenue The council de Â¬ Â¬ Reunion of tlio Orphan Brigade To the ex Confederate Soldiers Approaching Completion The work on Mrs Longmoors new residence is progressing rapid Â¬ ly the plasterers are at work Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The local Committee of Arrangements at Versailles Ky has selected September 27th and 28th as the date for the reunion of Orphan Brigade of the Confederate Army and all members of the Brigade will be cordially welcomed All the railroads in the State have agreed to sell tickets for one fair the round trip A program for the day and evening of the 27th will be arranged and the members Of the Brigade will be entertained for the night The will be devoted to social in- Â¬ 28th tercourse All ex Confederates in the State are cordially invited to attend the reunion and by their presence aid in making the occasion one of fraternal enjoyment Jas W Smith Chmn Committee on Arrangements Kentucky Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ of Ja the carpenters are nearly done and the house will be ready for occupancy about the 1st of November jvl iJ Electric Bitters This remedy is becoming s well known and so popular as to AH need no special mention who have used Electric Bitters sing the same song of praise A purer medicine does not exist and it is guaranteed to do all that Electric Bitters will is claimed cure all diseases of the Liver and Kidneys will remove Pimples Boils Salt Rheuiri and other affec tions caused by impure blood Will drive Malaria from the sys tem and prevent as well as cure all For cure of fevers Malarial Constipation and Indi Headache gestion try Electric Bitters En tire satisfaction guaranteed or money efunded Price 0 cts per bottle at South Side and drug store P H Carpxnto 5 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J All State papers please copy Â¬ Shllohs Yltallzor is what you need for Dyspepsia Torpid Liver Yellow Skin or Kidney Trouble It is guarÂ¬ anteed to give you satisfaction Price 75o Sold by W MoKee Hardie 22 fl v v k 6k3 lA fafaUBBlHlkuaMMuiMMaMHK VMWidr I - T uiMniVUHIKXilEI T n TV a if PERSONAL Mr E Collins leaves this week for Chicago Mr W II Nowhall spent Tuesday in Louisville Dr Hervey Keller has returned from Chicago Judge Fountain T Fox of Louis- Â¬ ville was in the city Thursday Mr James Sower and son Jimmie returned Sunday from Chicago Mr James Heeney loft Tuesday for a trip to Chicago and New York Mr W H Qrayot has returned from a visit to Western Kentucky Mr George F Berry and wife left Wednesday for a trip to Now York Miss Flora Foot left Tuesday afternoon to spend a week in Louisville L 0 Willis Esq of Shelbyville was in the city Tuesday on business Mr H L Burch returned Sunday afternoon from a visit to the Worlds C Â¬ h fc H Fair Mrs O B Gayle left Monday for a r visit to Chicago and the Worlds i t Fair Mrs Enos Heywood of Lexington V- - t visited relatives in Bellepoint Wednesday Mrs M W Woodson left Thursday afternoon for a visit to relatives in Missouri Mrs S E James left Monday after- Â¬ noon for a short visit to relatives in Newport Messrs Duane Sinclair Craik Jack- Â¬ son and Will A Lewis spent Sunday in Louisville Mr and Mrs John W Milam re- Â¬ turned Wednesday from a visit to the Â¬ Worlds Fair Mr James Long and Master Claude fcA K fvi the eightsat the Worlds Fair Long of California are visiting rela- Â¬ tives in this city Mr B Todd Crutcher leaves this afternoon for a visit to the Worlds Fair at Chicago Prof T M Turner and wife re turned Tuesday from a visit to rela- Â¬ tives in Virginia Mrs Kate Stone of Aubindale Fla is the guest of Mrs E M Wil- Â¬ liams SouthTSide Mr Andrew Salender and sister Miss Josle spent this week with rela- Â¬ tives in Winchester Miss HelenJSwigert of Indianapo Â¬ lis Indiana is visiting her sister Mrs Evans on Lewis street Miss Gense Brashear of Owensboro who has been visiting Miss Hose Crit Â¬ tenden returns home to day Mr Clarence L Kendall left Thurs Â¬ day morning for Chicago to take in Â¬ a visit to relatives in Chicago ac Â¬ DAY companied by Mr Robert Rowden HERE of Shelbyville brother of Mrs Ohoate Squiro S M Tinsley and daughter Miss Annie of this county passed through the city yesterday en route to the Worlds Fair Mrs K 0 Berry and Mrs L 0 Now beyond all comparison the largest and grandest exhibibition on eartli Kendall are visiting friends in Louis- Â¬ ville and will go to the Worlds Fair before their return SPECTACULAR EQUINE CARNIVAL Hon0 J Bronston and Mr John REAL a3std T Shelby of Lexington Maj H M Lane and Messrs D M Rodman and An Army of Fine Bred Imported Kqulnes In Astounding Evolu Gee M Davie of Louisville were in 3 Rlna Circus Elevated Stages Mlghtr Millionaire Menagerie Royal tions Pretty Pirouetting Ponderous Pyramids and Triumphal Patriotic Tableaux the city Thursday Aquarium Mammoth Museum of Marvels Fur Famed Horse Fair and Ejulne Congress embracing 350 Miss Lutie Ware and her cousin TremenQons Revival cl tie Circus Maximsof the Finest Blooded Horses In the World to Miss Maggie Clay of Paris returned gether with the Greatest Aggregation of Terrific Olndlatorial Combats Absorbing Trials of Strength and from a two weeks trip to the Worlds Endurance Grand Gala Day Sports and Spectacles Miss Clay is the European Aerialists Gymnasts Acrobats Riders Fair Thursday TWO AND FOUR HORSB CHARIOT RAOE3 guest of Miss Ware Jockey Races with Lady and Gentlemen Riders Novel Elephant nnd Camel Races chlld dellphtlng Pony Race3 with Monkey riders And Arenlc Specialists of Every Description ever exhibited in ths Liugbablo Donkey nice with clown drivers and other Exciting Capt Sam M Swigert U S A any other country or Racing Contests wife and children who are now mak Â¬ ing their home at Fort Leavenworth CHARLES W FISH Kansas where the Captain is station- Â¬ ed are expected here next week Misses Margaret Hussens and Alice Reno BrosVernoiL Europes Premier Eques Absolute Kings of the Anderson who have been visiting triennes V Air Mrs H G Logsdon returned to their homes in Louisville Monday SI HASSAN BEN ALIS evening accompanied by Mrs Logs- Â¬ don and son Mrs H 0 Hale and daughters Annie and Mary and sons Masters MIKADOS TROUPE OF rNihTTafHrra M emv Ml fcv j- CHenry and Theodore of this city Rnilf II Japanese EqiiiliDfisis and Prof A E Lovett of Charlotts- l HvTfr S YN Hfln ville Virginia composed a party u3 VJ BlIHSSSe 0 II which left here Tuesday afternoon n43BJLMi for Chicago Largest Living Giraffe I A party composed of Messrs Lind sey Hale George Hunt Will H Mc STANDING FDIL 18 FEET IN HEIGHT Prince Chaldean the long maned Percheron Stallion Olure Henry and Wei6iger Lindsej Monster Bl Horned Gnu Mammoth Hlppopotamusr Schools of Educated Goats and Ponies Mirth making Richard A VanDerveer and Sherley Porcine Circus 20 Mexican Horses in Astounding Wintersmith left Saturday afternoon Drills Two Ponderous Herds of Performing Danc Â¬ ing and Clown Elephants for the Worlds Fair Mrs Wm M Saffell left Saturday DAIETST for Washington City to visit rs G Carlisle The Washington John Chimes Golden Steam Calliope Post speaking of Mrs Saffell says she is a remarkably beautiful woman and Tlxe nProcefssloaa leaves tlae cliow gro aaads proxaaptly at teaa ocloclc on tlxe zaacraa is ranked among the handsomest of ingr of tlie caclxiteitlea rain or s2aine S positively eacliibit laa Kentucky matrons ALMOST NEXT WEDNESDAY IS CIRCUS rw V4 w Ruin mm Woils Â¬ Greaiesi snows wm WBW JISQSEJ 3H3kS IIEEEa k - i t SffirT Sisters Â¬ i m I WW HH3 i -- WI jf Troupe of Arabs wYv rtWWzt I IB FESE PAGEAITT OF STTHPASSHTa SFLEITDOIU Moscows Silver V - Sv m k M McClueky Blayney D D returned Thursday evening from his eurrimer vacation in Wisconsin Rev George Darsie and wife and Misses Annie and Emily Thomas left Monday afternoon for Chicago Mr K K Alcockof Brooklyn New York has been the guest of Mr W L Collins in this county this week Mrs Addie Garrett accompanied by Miss Irene West of Lexington left Monday for a visit to the Worlds Rev J Misses Mary and Ellen Todd Julia Hardy aud Annie Lizzie and Mayme Crutcher of Bellepoint and Mr and Mrs J H Graham Miss Lizzie Hud Â¬ Two Complete Performances Daily Afternoon at 2 Night at 8 Doors open an hour earlier son and Masters Willie Pruett and ONE 50 OENT TICKET admits to all the combined shows children under 12 years half price Pruett Graham leave thismorning for SPECIAL EXCURSION RATES ON ALL RAILROADS a visit to the Worlds Fair Mr S X Stephens and son Mr Berte Stephens of Washington City arrived here Monday from Chicago where they have been attending the jAbXjXiJcQ Fair and after spending Monday aud Tuesday in the oity the guests of Mr James M Saffell left for home ac- Â¬ I companied by Mrs Stephens who has been visiting relatives here for several weeks Mr Earle Roth of Providence Property of W BBridge-iillll I Vxiln I AW P Rhode Island son of Mr J 0 Roth lord and Henry Abler Pi book keeper for Messrs W A Gaines I twenty years agowas in the city Co Wednesday Mr Roth was born here but left when quite a little fellow and D being on his way home from St g 50ft 4916ft 60ft 60ft 4916ft 4316ft Louis could not resist the temptation to stop off and take a look at his birthplace WEDNESDAY SEPT 20 i For Sale on Terms to Suit the Times x Â¬ 3 n o A j iMl jM tfi tvfc t Sss VfcM MTOBAY m Fair Hard Times money at home and keep it circulating Patronize your home inIf 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 mpney at home and help give employment to your home workmen and enable them to earn a livelihood for their families Call for It is the best J E M Flour Put your money where it will do you and your neighbors the most good 50 3t Â¬ Â¬ Mr Orlando B Crittenden and two Do you know that the best rem- Â¬ children of Greenville Mississippi are visiting his mother on Shelby edy for hard times is to keep your Location is first class is on one of the highest points in the city It is near the river and on new electric street car line Water and gas in front of the property It the For terms call on street Mr George Pryor of Paris spent several days in this city this week visiting His brother Mr Charles Â¬ Augl9 3nr iTOHIIXr Pryor fr Miss Clara Swigert of Fort Leav Â¬ enworth Kansas is visiting her un- Â¬ cle Oapt Jacob Swigert on Ewing nmm VIA T BTTOKLXjETSr Â¬ Btreet Mr Howard Rodman came up from Louisville Sunday afternoon for a visit of a few days to relatives in this city Mr L O Norman and wife Mr and Mrs H F Duncan and Mr and Mrs D MoHenryand daughter are visiting in Chicago Mr Edmund Haynes Taylor for- Â¬ merly of this city but now of Atlan Â¬ ta Ga was hero a few days the first of the week Messrs Rob Gray John Rogers Henry Craik and Ike Wingate re Â¬ turned Monday from a trip to the Queen Crescent Route Finest Trains in the SoMth f4 riX BIG FOUB KOUTE -- TO THE Worlds Fair Worlds Fair Miss Bonnio Todd of Anapolis Maryland spent Monday and Tues Â¬ day in this city with her aunt Mrs 8 B Holmes Misses Tillie Ferguson and Mabel Scott of Paris will arrive to day to become the guests of Misses Sallio and Carrie Holt Mrs Carrie Ohoate and daughter Mrs Lillie Ohoate Wheat will leave Monday for the Worlds Fair and for Is We all love comfort especially Buys a No 1 or 2 Rambler with when traveling and what a great non slipping corrugated tires fully comfort it is to be able to take a sleeping car at your own home which warranted Roberts agent runs right through to Chicago with- Â¬ out change and lands passengers at Go to Crutcher Starks and the Entrance Gate to the Worlds without change or you will rind the greatest bargains Fair kind How can this transfer of be accom- Â¬ any Why simply by asking Â¬ plished ever offered in ready made clothlocal agent for tickets via the ing boots and shoes and furnish- Â¬ Sour Route which is absolutely ings by this enterprising firm the only line running through sleep- Â¬ ing cars in connection with the E T When you want to buy your fall V G Ry and Queen Crescent to the Worlds Fair or winter suit go to their house Route directlanding passengers con- Â¬ Grounds and you will save money on all pur- Â¬ venient to the Worlds Fair Hotel District Through Sleeping Oar chases you make leaves Macon 1115 a m Atlanta 210 p m Rome 455 p m Chattanooga 725 p m and arrives Chicago 615 p you weak m Abu lor tickets via tno nig rour further information Route worn out take address and for McOormick General and E O BROWNS IRON BITTERS Passenger Agent Cincinnati 120 Through Cars toChicago without changefrom New Orleans Meridian Birmingham Chat Â¬ tanooga Jacksonville Fla Atlanta Macon Asheville N C Knoxville Tenn Lexington Choice of routes via and Georgetown Ky Stop overs al Â¬ Cincinnati or via Louisville lowed on all World s 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 v nW iv UJ V- I THROUGH CARS TO CHICAGO a JOB - PRINTING Of all kinds at the If all feel ROUNDABOUT JB9JtmNQ OFICE Ww ikKi 4y ilWlBBMBMBiWIWmiPIMIJHiPSWWHBWIIIIMWBBHffHBWBWWWI BWIWSHKHMIBiWP9Hi v aEB GEE AT REDUCTION Iff STERLING SILYER 4 i 4uJ9 iM ji price of Sterling Silver is lower than it ever has been Our advice is to buy now We Jiandlc more Silverware than any other house in have the cream of Silverware the city all standard makes plated and sterling We are now showing our FALL STOCK including many little novelties that make useful and ornamental presents Remember we always cany a complete stock of Watches Diamonds and Jewelry THE M V - iMHIWHHI mJkm ATTOR- - S elbert ucly Jeweler Frankfort I sM JM I3Ient COMMONWEALTHS NEY8 THE CATHOIilC CHURCH Public Schools as De Â¬ The Now Xiaw Not Satisfactory And tlie by the Rov Father fined In Many Districts Gorey IJast Sunday b - NV 1 V The law passed last session of Editor Roundabout ihe Legislature changing the pay Apropos of the schools opening of the Commonwealths Attorneys the Rev Father Wm E Gorey tin the State from a salary of pastor of the Church of the Good Shepherd in this city very clearly per annum to 500 and one half of all the fines and forfeitures defined the attitude of the Catholic Church with reference to the arising under their prosecution in public and parochial schools the Circuit Courts and paid into This is a subject which has en the Stase Treasury is not likely to gaged the attention of the reiprove satisfactory in many dis- ligious and secular press for a tricts in the State In a number number of years past and especially since the advent in the of instances as the accounts in the United States of Manager Satolli Auditors office will show the the accredited Apostolic delegate half of the fines and forfeitures for of the Holy Father Leo XIII the period of eight months to Sep- whose mission to this country was tember i did not aggregate enough to define this and other important to pay the attorneys board while and seemingly unsettled principles with all the authority of his disattending court in their circuit R tinguished superior There has F Peak in the Henry Shelby however been so many unauthenTrimble Spencer Oldham and tic opinions spread broad cast Anderson county district drew and such a quantity of ink and Jas J Fitzgerald paper consumed on this subject only 186 Nat A Porter of the that only an enthusiast She Committed Suic do could atWarren Butler Allen and Edmon- tempt to follow it up through the Mrs son district only 24095 John S channels of the newspapers letter P 0 Cone at Paris left this My husband Forgive me Catholic parents and if I cause you trouble but I suffer so Owsley jr of the Mercer Boyle columns You do not know what these long Lincoln andGarrard district only others interested however who wakeful wretched nights are to me attended their parish church last and I am so tired darlin- g253 H L Howard of the Bell Sunday had an opportunity of will never be better It is the pain not easy Harlan Letcher and Perry district listening to an authorative con to take my own life but I have been sick bo long Good bye ray only 26075 ard many others in cise and comprehensive definition J love you your wife This husband is one of amounts ranging from to of the law of the Church on this the thousands that gives up instead 250 of using Dr Miles Restorative Ner 600 John S Smith of this dis- subject delivered by their pastor vine and being speedily cured of In substance the reverened gen- their wretchedness Go to J W trict drew 1670 and Frank Par- tleman said The recent decision Gayle and get an elegant book and g sons of Louisville is the only one of the Apostolic delegate is by no trial bottle free m who has reached his limit of 4 means a new aspect of the case To Whom It May Concern No other will probably earn but as old as the church herself 000 Bridgeport Ky Sept 1 93 as much as 3000 Hon Chas and was now promulgated in its This is to certify that F B emphatic terms only to J Bronston of Lexington only present prejudice of ignorant Cath- Dodson and his wife have served curb the received 39750 which explains olics for there are a few such he us as Keeper and Commissioner of the reason perhaps that induces regretted to say whose bigotry the Franklin County Infirmary for They have made him to look to other fields not prevents their recognizing any near six years good in the public schools and us the best Keepers we have ever excepting a seat in Congress now had and we are sorry to give them filled by Hon VV C P Breckin whose unpatriotic will would even suppress them He but echoed up We can say they have been ridge fora little of the bread and the sentiment of the Apostolic dele- - honest and faithful to their duties meat that is supposed to go with gate in pronouncing the public in every reSpect Dick Julian W the ices and dainties schools a public blessing and one A Smoot E D Bell VV F of the most important factors in Clark G W Hall J D Moore A Stranger Within Ills Gates our modern civilization The J A Lyon G M Tinsley James Carr Lawrence Hannen Justices Mr Robert B Franklin has necessity for the public schools of the Peace F C Minus Wilwelfare of our tok the na had a stranger stopping at his tional institutions should be patent liams Jailer F C Thos Hunter home for several days who has to all sensible citizens without re- C S S Jos Robinson Franklin never yet exchanged a word with ference to their religious inclina Morris N B Smith C F C C In short the public schools 0 B Polsgrove Assessor D N him but Mr Franklin is very tions Sullivan D S F C VV S De as far as they go are all right much pleased at his coming as he It is an irrevocable law of honey Coroner Robt A Han thinks it an omen that he is a sure nature that every parent owes to cock I Davis R D Armstrong Winner in his race for County At- Â¬ nis onspnng an education to en- Sheriff F C Wm Tackson Con torney The stranger will some able it at least to secure a liveli- stable J Owen Robinson M D This goes without dis T B Ford Clerk Circuit Court day be a voter and may conclude hood after a while to call Bob papa cussion livery christian parent C H Crockett Postmaster Pat hence the genial smile which must recognize his obligation to McDonald J P F C B B Jef impart in addition to this a fers City Marshal adorns the countenance of Rober It gives me pleasure to say that knowledge of the mysteries of Mr Dodson has made a painstakGravo Mistakes the christian religion The Catholic Church teaches that this ing reliable satisfactory officer in Phyflloians frequently make mis Â¬ the capacity of Keeper and Comtakes in treatment of Heart Disease obligation is imperative and a missioner of the Franklin County The rate of sudden deaths is daily in neglect of it entails the loss of the creasing Hundreds become viotims parents immortal soul She holds Infirmary in B G Williams C J F C C ef the ignorance of physicians Onethe that a Catholic parent who is able in treatment of this disoose four has a disoaaed heart Shortness and capable may impart this re For Rent A front room on of breath palpitation and flattering ligious instruction to his offspring Main street suitable for office irregular pulse choking sensation within the sacred circle of the Address M this office asthmatio breathinR pain or tender ness in side shoulder or arm weak home and the secular education 52 tf kangry spells are symptoms of Heart may be acquired in any manner Dlssaso Dr Miles New Heart Core agreeable to the choice of the FOR DYSPEPSIA InaJgeatlon hd Stomach disorders Uko Is the only reliable remedy Thous SHOWMg 1HQN HITTWJL8 provided however it ands testify t its wenderful cures parent t will not endanger the religious AlldeAlerckwpitll perboUle Genuine hu Bosks free Sold by J W Oayls tnda rauk tad eroiMd red UaMoa wrapper 00 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ On the character of the child other hand where the parent is unable or incapable of imparting this religious instruction he must delegate it to another and then it is that the church demands as a matter of right the attendance of the child at the parochial school the purpose of the parochial school being to impart a religious and secular education at the same time and for this reason the parish school should commend itself to the generosity of all practical Catholics Father Gorey called upon his hearers to witness that he dis charged his duty in bringing to their attention this important duty and defining the position taken in the premises by the church He incidentally remarked that he hoped that at no distant day this vexed question would be sensibly settled believing that neither was in any wise hostile to the other and both im portant to the advancement of science and religion Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Summer Goods MUST OO STRKW HHTS At alomst your own price Ladies Kid Oxfords - -- now 50c Â¬ Â¬ Ladies Tan Coid Oxfords 75c 1 Â¬ lot of Ladies 350 Oxfords now 2 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Lower Prices On OK Low cut sooes Â¬ J Â¬ tV Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ l8ffl9SKffl3RISBI9 SI HHhTFsHmHCu Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fty Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ y ulr 90 ly c 5 Mjy tiftiimi4ifii m - ttl rv y fc FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Entered at the post offlco at Frankfort Kentucky as socond cluss mailable matter lIorsc Thicr CaiiRlit A gentleman by the name of Crittenden residing near Monterey Owen county lost a horse Sunday and notified the police of this city They kept a sharp lookout and Officer Henry Brown sucLucian ceeded in capturing King a young white man at the Forksof Elkhorri Monday morning with the horse in his possession brought him to this He city and lodged him in jail Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ t GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT SEPTEMBER 1G 1893 Sd Mrs Chas E News Â¬ face wasto tho figure ruin tho temper wither you un make you old before your tinio Got well Thats tho way to look well Cure tho troubles and ailments that besot you with Dr Picreos Favorite Prescription Its a guaranteed remedy for all the delicate weaknesses dorangemonts and diseases pecuÂ¬ 84 Leaves its mark every ono of tho painful disorders that prey upon The Frankfort Trotting Association wotaon fade tho Thoy if K s pft rv ft ft Hfft Haff received a telegram Saturday morning calling her to the bedside of her husband who has been visiting his parents in Clinton county New York for several weeks as it was She thought he could not live left a i p m of that day over the Midland but was in the wreck which occurred at Springfield Ohio was slightly bruised and de layed ten hours Mr Haff has been in bad health for the past two years but was some better until a week or so before leaving home when he began to grow weaker which was supposed to be caused by the warm weather and thinking a change to a cooler climate might benefit him he went to visit the home of his childhood in Northern New York and spend the balance of the summer with his aged parents A letter received Thursday by Mr Frank S Haff stated that his condition was slightly improved and his friends here hope he may yet recover More Iiiglit Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WUS 1I1UHICU uy lilt giciwu It regulates and promotes all the proper functions improves digestion enriches the blood dispols aches and pains melancholy mdnorvousness brings refreshing sleep and restores health and strength Its a power-Â¬ ful general as well as uterine tonic and ner Â¬ vine imparting vigor and strength to the entire system Contains no alcohol to in Â¬ ebriate no syrup or sugar to derange diges Â¬ tion medicine not a beverage and tho only ono for womans ailments so certain in its effects that it can be mtnran teed If it doesnt benefit or cure w every case you have your monoy back liar to women J Tuesday Its a legitimate Will Hold their Next Meeting Berkley Gone Walter Berkley the convict who was arrested at the penitentiary gate after having served His term out for having burglars tools in his possession and who has been in jail here for several months succeeded in giving two hundred dollars bond last week and was released It is not likely he will return for trial and his bail will doubtless be forfeited i Tuesday Sept Noteworthy Points Mayor Henry S Tyler was nominated for re election by the Democrats in Louisville last Tuesday defeating Hon Chas D Jacob who was mayor for four terms Ruths brand new sister at the White House in Washiugton City Â¬ AT PEPPEHB TRACK 26 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ has been named Esther which good for means a star and Â¬ i m Swinging Around the Circle family medicine comprehensive in Its scope has noTcr been thrust upon public attention in the guise of a universal panacea for bodily This claim dally arrogated In the Ills columns of the dally press by the proprietors of medicines far inferior to It as specifics has In a thousand instances disgusted the public in advance by Its absurdity and the prospects of other remedies of superior qualities have been handicapped by the pretentions of their 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 speclUc in coses of malarial and liver disorder constipation nervous rheumatic stomach and Kidney trouble What It does it does thoroughly andÂ¬ mainly for this reason It is indorsed and recom mended by hosts of resiectablo medical men the diseases to which It Is adapted with the best results Hostetters Stomach Bitters a Of 7 W kV By the action of the City Council on Tuesday evening the streets of this city are to be better lightA contract ed than ever before was closed with the Capital Gas and Electric Light Company by the terms of which the company is to substitute twenty seven arc electric lights for ninety two gas lamps The arc lights are to be erected at the intersections of all the principal streets on the North Side and at the corners of Second and Bridge Second and Steele Second and Shelby and Second and Main on the South Side and one in the center of the new bridge The company is to put in a plant sufficient supply the light at once and hope to have the same in running order in about The lights are to sixty days burn all night Wants to be Mayor Â¬ Â¬ m The Drouth Broken A glorious rain fell in this section Sunday evening and night which was worth thousands of dollars to farmers whose corn fields and pastures was drying up their wells and cisterns empty and whose stock water was so scarce that their cattle had to be driven several miles to water courses Â¬ Â¬ In Bad Condition Taylor Avenue is in very bad condition and needs a new coat of Since the travel metal terribly has been so heavy over it from Bellepoint it has been worn full of holes and the city Devels Hollow Turnpike Company or whoever is supposed to keep it in order should look after it at once t tune Senator Lindsay was down for a speech in the Senate yesterday for Records on the financial situation and it is Races Commence M 2 safe to predict that he was listened to with the deepest attention W J LEWIS President The Louisville Post intimates G T CHURCH Secretary W S HURSEY Treasurer R H WILSON V President that Major Henry T Stanton of Admission Twentyfive cent Everybody invited to witness the great races this city will soon be given an appointment that will send him where he can write another Hiawatha which doubtless means an Indian agency a position held by him under President Clevelands former administration Convicts have painted the walls OLD FRANKFORT KY of the hall of the eait wing of the State House red and and the ceil We keep a full line of ing and moulding with green gold and pink It is a vast improve DRUGS AND PATENT ment over the dirt stained walls And cordially ask our friends to give us a call Democratic nominations for the Senate and House in Jefferson C LGAYLE W McKEE HAEDIE county and the city of Louisville Jan 21 1 t Tuesday were as follows Senate Major Thos H Hay Capt John H Weller and Mr Rosel Weis singer House E D Briscoe John M Letterle H H Gpcke Wm Krieger A J Carroll W O Head W E Thompson arrd Albert H Charlton Â¬ First Race for 2 year olds Trotting or Pacing First Horse 50 set of hand made Harness Five to enter three to start Second Race 222 Class 100 set of hand Â¬ made Harness to First Horse Five to en Â¬ ter three to start Third Race Roadsters untrained driven to a buggy 18 Lap Robe to First Horse Horses will be allowed to start during the races OFPICEES Promptly at P Â¬ W McKEE HARDIE DRUGGIST STAND HALLS Â¬ MEDICINES Mii - it 1 VWfl m Put Money in Thy Prse - ft - A e- n Judge Ira Julian would like to be Mayor Julian and has an nounced himself as a candidate for Mayor of this city subject to the action of the Democratic party This makes the fight a triangular one as neither Mayor Tobin or ex Mayor Mangan who have been making a canvass for several months will give way for him and it will be a case of the longest pole knocking the persimmon a hustling finish with no one having a cinch on the nomination How Save doctors kill Always keep on hand a battle of thatfieet Males It Skouiu Be --i very of remedies Br alter tke Household Cottfrfe Gare i firet irrita House tion earned kyaeid Boat think psoaMtkingjast as good J B Wilson 371 Clay St Sharps yon caa fix36c or when for caa have burg Pa Bays ho will not be without the result of yean Dr Kings New Discovery for Con Â¬ experience ensealed efia practice and making sumption Coughs aad Colds that it preparation- shsshatsly tke kest this Fs eured his wife who was threatened sale by P M CAmwrac 4 with Pneumonia after an attack of LaGrippe when various other Re union Orphan Brigade of remedies and several physicians had Confederate Veterans done her no good Robert Barber of Cooksport Pa clains Dr Kings New Discovery has done him more Tickets will be sold on Sept 26 than anything he ever used for and 27 from all stations on the nng Trouble Nothing like it C and L S R R in Ken Try it Free Trial Bottles at P H Q Oarpentees Drug Store Large tucky to Re union Orphan Bri 5 oottles 60c and gade of Confederate Veterans Â¬ Ma x Mcg - Â¬ Â¬ fl0 Nice Tobacco Notwithstanding the drouth many of our farmers have fine We were crops of tobacco shown on Wednesday by Mr M H Cromwell a sample hand of White Burley from his crop of BM t- Annual Meeting Â¬ Versailles Ky at one fare for the round trip good for return Sept 20 Call on agents for rates etc or address CinW C Rinearson G P A cinnati Ohio Nice Bunch Â¬ Sept 27 28 93 t Frankfort Chapter No 3 Royal Arch Masons will meet in regular monthly convocation on Tues day evening next at 730 oclock in the north hall of Odd Fellows Squire S M Tinsley of this Temple The regular annual elec- Â¬ five acres which was first class tion of officers will be held and a county shipped a car load of hogs The leaves were twenty eight full attendance of the companions to Cincinnati yesterday which averaged 300 pounds per head inches long and thirteen wide is desired Â¬ Call and see the MAJESTIC RANGE made of Steel and malleable Iron Will last a life- Â¬ time They are a kitchen necessity lighten la- Â¬ bor and improve the flavor of the food ww y Lawn Mowers - and splendid looking His First Cruise Commodora Knott had the Court of Appeals Thursday on Board of his beautiful electric launch Lotus The vessel with flying flags passed under the bridge at three oclock in the after noon at a speed of nine miles an hour It returned about sunset and the party expressed themselves as delighted with their trip Â¬ JV- The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder DSPRICES ftPalfliBaking USPowder i- Friends I stand at the HEAD for Hardware autf on LAWN MOWERS I Lead The Market aiEaZnXOIfcT 400 2 C3r L ie - Xnc3a No Anmouia No Almn - Used in Millions of Homes innnM 40 Years the Standard Hannen 323 BSfejZD7rLST etat Xw Boo 4BO BtM IWW al Vv3 hJr - tf rw v J r W JLj COPPERSMITH JSSLJESJEt Scaled tlie Walls Albert Plumb and George D Stewart two convicts employed in OF C1NCINNAT IO will be at toe maattending to the electric light chinery at the penitentiary made HOTEL their escape Tuesday night by IN LEXINGTON KT climbing over the east wall The electric light plant is located in the Saturday September 23 1893 womens department which being Saturday October 14 1893 a retired locality enabled the men HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without surgica to make their arrangements with- operation and with little or no pain REEERENCES out great risk of detection W McKee Bardie Frankfort Ky J A Scott Frankfort Ky Ky Stewart was sent up from LouisM Gober Frankfort Dr J T Staten Frankfort Ky ville and had four years to serve V Berberlch Frankfort K Rev L P Uulett Benson Ky while Plumb was sent from BrackA II McClure Frankfort Ky v J Frankfort and had five years to David hughes Benson Ky Ky en county Moore Â¬ TJEEIE 3i AS the loading stock in Frankfort from an inexpensive Stick Pin to the most Gold Filled Watches from 10 to 30 Solid Gold brilliant DIAMOND Watches from 15 to 100 as nerfect as money and skill can broduce thorn Sim Silver Watches from So to 25 He has a leader Solid Silver Walt ham for 8 Gold Filled Chains guaranteed foi 20 years for 5 equal to solid gold Solid Gold Chains that will captivate the gods in price and pattern Call and verify my statement il FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT school here for several weeks and JFBANKFORT will be here next Sunday evening DR SEPTEMBER 16 1893 WANTED Issue of the BOUNDABOTJT of Saturday December 24th 1892 Will to complete our flies pay liberally for them Pea Ithlge LV iv a - f T I I 7 K S K v r ISv k - It v J v Mi- County Superintendent Hunter visited our school last Wednesday and expressed himself very well satisfied with the progress of the scholars Mr Joe Williams attended court this week and is interested in a very important case which is set for trial next Monday Mr Wm Jackson our efficient constable paid a visit to the Ridge this week A splendid rain fell all through this section several days this week and the terrible long drouth is ended and consequently all our people are in a good humor A certain youns unn lost his dog and suspecting someone of killing him went to town and hunted up a fortune teller pnid a quarter and according to the horoscope astrolabe lmets aivl cards his susptcions were found to He is going again be correct after seven days and pay another quarter to find out how he was Another quarter and killed another seven days finds out who tised in the Roundabout Severkilled him while presumably the al people have asked the Scribe same process finds out where he is to write a description of the stock at for this column so that owners It is understood that a petition might hear of their property but is being circulated here asking has always declined because the that a new school district be owners could describe their stock formed by cutting off a part of most accurately and the Round Benson Bellepoint and Pea Ridge about columns are open to them Capt Will Tracy has generously offered to donate a valuable lot All Along the Line on the turnpike to build the As this move Is heard praiso of Dr Haleiu House school house on Mre 8 Jacobs hold Ointment will improve our county by build of Jformington Mai I writes that ing a new school house and bring- she suffered Ave years with varicose ing another teacher into it the veins and tw running sre en her log and was completely cwre4 by it Scribe wishes it success D S Pillery Baltehmry Vt use Waeantiet KvwHkmtifc Mr L Dennis will shortly re- writes mter f sthiai tire from the toll gate on the it relieve mjbr or ahwrttf wmj once it cures Devils Hollow pike and be sue kind almost instantly Vader La of May 39 1802 It If Steps ceded by Mr Fount Hulett Roy N Y writes I wee Hales The report having gone out Ointment for rheaannttnm tbree hare met that there was some trouble in our year agaBl the fesest Bees trevbletl sinco amtaacBt im It ie school district the Scribe takes the werll fer 9Be waA eral mm pleasure in saying it is a mistake 6e per hex Jfor eaJe by P M ajs- The only strife here being as to who shall do most to advance the TOT7X BACK ACnXS Miss Or you IV all worn out really good for noth are interest of our school ing It la peneral debility Try Olla B Suttles is giving satisfacBBOWtPS lltON JMITTJSJKS give tion as teacher to the patrons and It will ura you clcnst your lier and good appetite trustees are all working together To JLotonin harmoniously Â¬ at hall past two Our farmers are busy cutting and hauling tobacco and an immense amount of hay has been hauled from here to Frankfort recently Several of our people attended service at the Bridgeport Christian Church last Sunday Capt Will Tracy our worthy and efficient road overseer called out a large force of workmen and worked the county road last Saturday week and did some splendid work for the road needed repairing badly On last Satur day he had to appear at court to prosecute those who did not work when warned in Another large force has been warned in to work yesterday and to day Capt Tracy has much to discourage him one heavy rain frequently washing out all that fifty men have done so that he is compelled much against his will to warn em in and work em again Our people will soon see the econ omy of making good roads Months ago several horses cows and calves strayed here and liking the place and people have stayed ever since The owners have given them up as lost saying I for have hunted everywhere ad in them not thinking an the Roundabout would have saved them hunting and found their stock long ago The stock in question never has been adver- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ W I KELLEY WM CROMWELU ATTORN EY-AT-LA- W Â¬ PHOENIX and tale dl rwd estate eoUectloa nd the vecetiatleB ef umiu RBAL BSTATB AOJSNT W aSSfX J2S 52fflw f K wiu Joi TaStfflSSrf sf rrat eUW tsK4 TiLKE THE Â¬ MONON ROUTE The Direct and Popular Line to Â¬ Â¬ serve RecVuced Jas M WIthrow Frunkfort Ky Rates to Young Mens Institute Crescent Route The Queen and Louisville Southern R R West Eighth street Cincinnati and where he may be found every day of each week except SATUR- Â¬ Pamphlets describing these diseases DAYS and the mode of treatment sent free to any one W I KELLEY M D by addressing 259 IT Eight St Cincinnati 0 CONSULTATION FREE DR KELLEYS office and residence Is at 269 CHICAGO And all Points NORTH and WEST wav wt Meeting of Grand Council Cm I AND cinnati Sept 25 26 27 93 at Palace Chair Cars fare for the one and one third Pullman Buffet Sleepers round trip For further particu- Â¬ HOGSHEAD FACTORY lars see agent at nearest station And Only First Classs Accommodations W C Rinearson G P A CinFor Further Information Address PURCHASED THE PLANING MILL cinnati Ohio HAVING tobaco j hogshead tactory of Messrs Â¬ rrtnfc iti K nr tucky to Young Mens Institute uttll ca frrrv frlrife PT A NTTTTfT MTTT Vestibuled Trains whmh Dining Car Services Congletoa Bros I am prepared to DOORS SASH BLINDS FRAMES fumbli S L Sryant C P L WGMSPii A Chicago 111 LOUISVILLE KY OR- - SHINGLES TURNED WORK 6TAIR WORK AU KINDS OK uBirrcs AHD Jas Barker G P Â¬ Finish For a Blouse 1 TtTctKv5i51i l Wffc THrt The Favorite TOOTH TOWStS JOlVT HUiorthoToothandBtcaUiS6c For sale by W McKee Hardie Jan28 lv HALLS OLD STAND An Laxatiro and NERVE TONIC Sold by Druggists or sent by mail 25c 60o and 8100 por package Samples free a50ro ajrreeable A CASE IT WL NOT CURE as well us tobacco hoRShetids Factory one and a hall blocks from Post Oftlce on rher not a share of public patronage is solicit H CHOATE Sept 2 Iy Kentucky Midland Ry Soonest and quickest between CINCINNATI AND JOHN DRISCOLL THESIS Frankfort lisle FRANKFORT Only direct line between Georgetown Haysville and Paris FaJ Car Â¬ Queen Crescent Route -- Liquor JAerchant A Cyathiana Covington VIA KY month ASK and AND full line of pure Anderson county whiskies wines brandies etc 235 BROADWAY April 15 ti 0B TICKETS RUN BY MIDLAND Â¬ Louisville Southern WILL HAKE R opposite State House THMNS EENTRAL STANDARD TIME MAY 27 I TIME TABLK sniiniininmHiiiuiiuiiiittimiiiiiiiiiiiwiKMiHiHiiwi 183 p m Â¬ it For the round trip to I LA NEW ORLEANS Account of SEWING WARRANTED ROYAL A M 1 TRAINS B AST LV B r M Ko A No 3 34G No 7 124fi MACHINE MtlUIlltlllllIW8IWIHWIIlllllllNilllllNWMNNNMMI Colored KniKhts of Pythias Su Â¬ premo Lodge Meeting New Orleans La Sept 25th 30th 1833 inclusive 5 YEARS Â¬ Â¬ - Tickets on sale September 22d to 27th on cer Â¬ tificate pln from all points on Q A C ami L solid Vesttbuled Trains Cincinnati to New Orleans 94 miles shortestline Only 2CVi hours Call on agents for full informiitloii W 0 Rineaiisoh Genl Passr Agent Cincinnati 0 fiy fsgA Lv Summit Lv Klkhoru Lv awitzer Irankfort 711 700 706 718 729 786 742 749 76a 816 I 840 Lt Stamping Ground Iv nuvall Lt Johnnon Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Ar 352 400 411 418 4 24 1266 110 12B 146 206 1C6 VJD 246- - Georgetown C S Depot Newtown B Centrovllle Ellziibetli Paris TRAINS WEST a 08 0 aau 880 431 410 502 610 615 526 I 306 320 846 890- - IA M INo2 J06 915 920 928 949 P M INo 4 k M INo8INo12 527 463 749 803 812 862 905 916 928 fM i v NBuHKBTufl9lBNHBW4aHBNBNBNNl V Reduced rates to Latonia Fall Mr Will Dennis is building a for a house on the Races September 2d to October foundation John Dennis farm 7 1893 via Queen and Crescent Route Tickets on sale each day Since the recent rains our fields of meeting to Cincinnati and reand woods have taken on a dress turn good five days from date of of living green Stock food and sale from all stations on Q C greatly in- and Louisville Southern in Kenwater are plentiful creasing the flow of milk and tucky Nature never butter supply Tickets Cincinnati to Lexington does anything niggardly so in and return at one fare for the spite of the croaks who believed round trip every Saturday evewe were all going to starve to ning good returning Monday death everthing is now growing will enable turfmen and others to late corn spend Sunday in the Blue Grass splendidly turnips and even the weeds beans Region D G Edwards G P A Mr Sam Bull of Frankfort Cincinnati O has been conducting Sunday Â¬ Â¬ L N TIME TABLE iu Tke following time table Is now iffeot upon the h fc N road TBA1NB WEST Ar FrankJoit gMlllllltimilllllllllltlllllllllllllllKIIIIII Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Kliznbeth Centervllle Iuns Georgetown B lonnson Duvall Stomping Ground Swltzer Elkhorn Summit Newtown O S Depot 60 650 600 12 1010 1017 1023 1042 1049 1066 1105 10 30 680 aS5 642 648 665 7 03 44 42 RS2 a 715 721 780 S Â¬ NoiSlenveHFrnnkfort No 17 UaveB Frankfort No 21 leaves Frankfort No 19 leaves Frankfort TBAIMBXAOT 085 a m 805 p m 785 p m leaves Frank 000 a m 560 a m No 80 mixed train Â¬ fort Â¬ No 18 leaves No 20 loaves Kflj for OhristinuBbnrg for passengers Lexington and points beyond Nos 23 17 and 21 oonneot at Lagrnnge or Cincinnati Nob 28 and 21 oonnoot at Anchorage or Bloowfield Braach 1015 am Frankfort 448 p m Frankfort 685 pm No 24 arrives Frankfort 855 pm No 22 leaves Frankfort No 20 will Btop at Anchorage and Has large filch Arm slfTietUnirNeedlt Has a Seirtnroadlng Shuttle lluiNnEnmil In flntmtrnMlaaHu a Mechanical Appearaaee lias an Elegant Flnlili lias a Perfect Adjustment Has a Positive Take up Has BtyUsh Furniture S Hu MnrA Good Mnlnr QoaUtlMMMd does a iJivoww iranwft of UMiail Wertc 5 tkaa rqy Scrwiiifir MagHIiia 1a tke Wadd m w A connects with L 4 N B coanecta with Q 4 C C connects with K C and L Effective Miiv 27th and during the summer the following Sunday schedule will be in effect 745 a Georgetown 840 arrives at Paris 916 n m No 3 40 p in Georgetown 460 3 leaves Frankfort at Paris 6 25 p in arrives West No 6 leaves Paris 9 HO a in George Â¬ town 10 05 arrives Frankfort 1105 a in No 4 leaves Pnrl8 5C0 p in Georgetown 630 arrives at Frankfort 730 p m The Kentucky Midland Railway and connec Â¬ tions form tae shortest and cheapest route to all points north south east and west ior further information apply to tholr agents East No SUNDAY TRAINS 5 leaies Frankfort m nH i i CvvV ExtMlRB THE ROYAL txMMeiioei and Dvy no ewMV CO ytu wW ftr foMt sf ROYAL SM V feekfui Ill VbNSNhsj f 0 rf - ic wa w hifhj w WIT W ITrPfWajmsj E B WEITVatL D BKRCAW City Tleket Agont Gen Vm Act GEO B HARPER Gen tiupt kfi mxmkwmxmiifkh Awj5 Mj i 4 A J Aj If I uujdbu Aiiiibitfiiiii y1 yt i it v W Refrigerators Gasoline Stoves Screen Cloth Coal Oil Stoves Fly Fans Fly Traps Lower than any other house in the city can sell them Call and see and get prices No trouble to show goods war cr C7 TE3E KTI JT OJHE 5 - Fruit Cans Water Coolers Ice Cream Freezers Mason Jars 1 mMffPm RELIGIOUS Methodist Church Judge Bush Resigns There will At a meeting of the directors to morrow owing to of the Columbian be no proaohing Fire Insurance the absence of the pastor at the Company held in Louisville on Annual Conference atMaysville if tor LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MAR KET Â¬ L B MARSHALL W A GAINES furnished BY GLOVER It DURRETT LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Thursday Judge W P D Bush Sunday school meets at 930 a m The Epworth League will convene formerly of this city resigned the in the class room at 7 oclock position of president of the company which he had held since its orFirst Presbyterian Church ganization Mr A W Hart who Rev J McOlusky Blayney D D will occupy his pulpit to morrow at 11 a was mainly instrumental in organizing the company and has m and 730 p m been its general manager was Bouthern Presbyterian Church elected to succeed Judge Bush Rev W B Cooper will occupy the pulpit to morrow at 11 a m No Mr S H Sullivan was made general manager and Mr Harry R service at night Bush formerly of this city Episcopal Church There will be elected Secretary uary 1st amount to 05935 hhds Sales of the crop of 1892 on our market to Â¬ this date amount to 98168 hhds The market for Burley tobacco for the past week has been steady and stronrr and prices closed higher for all grades The report from growing crop as a rule continue very unfavorable The following quotations fairly rep Â¬ resent our market for new burley to- Â¬ bacco 1892 crop Â¬ Trash dark ordamaged 4 00 3 50 tobacco 5 00 4 25 Common Oolory trash Medium to good colory 7 00 5 00 trash 5 00 Common lugs not colory 4 00 no services to morrow morning or 7 50 5 00 Common Oolory lugs evening The Work on tlie Bridge Medium to good colory 8 50 7 i lugs 9 00 8 The top courses of stone are Common to medium leaf 9 00Y 12 00 Church Rev Thos N Christian 00 Medium to cood leaf Arnold will fill the pulpit at being placed on the north abut- Â¬ Good to fine leaf 16 00 12 00 at 11 and 730 Select or wrappery ment and that portion of the 26 00 10 00 tobacco Young Peoples Society of Chris Â¬ work will probably be completed tian Endeavor in the lecture room at Dance at tlie Park to day At the south abutment 650 the piles have all been driven for The Mary Ann Club will give Catholic Church The usual the foundation the space between a dance at Thorn Hill Park Friday services at the Church of the Good them is being concreted an the evening next Sept 22d Shepherd co morrow will be con Â¬ ducted by Rev Father W E Gorey heavy timbers which will form the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ to-morr- Sales on our market for the week just closed amount to 1820 hhds with receipts for the same period of 1236 hhds Sales on our market since Jan- L 6 MARSHALL CO 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 OFFICE 236 MAIN STEEET A GARDEN FARM OF 12ft ACRES WELL IM-OF THREE ROOMS feet On bliorc Sireel OOUUl xjl yruveu iraieu uu u guuu vuiuiiuko iuou o Side To a desirable party with a small amount lit llCS J1U11I XUHIWUlb or cash could arrange to sell on easy weekly payments FOR SALE FRAME COTTAGE IOt 50 by 150 FOR SALE v FOR SALE Forks of Elkhorn SALE THE CHESS WARREN OFFER WE property FORthe Forks of Elkhorn consist Â¬ at ing of a two story frame residence ol eight rooms a trarae cottage of six rooms and This property Is cen- Â¬ several vacant lots trally located and Is very desirable for either resi- Â¬ dence or business property 750 and 850 or 2000 cash for all 550 three This property would make a good invest- mentas it rents well and is now paring 19 per month Three desirable parties who can make a small cash payment can arrange to pay the COTTAGES ON THE SOUTH SIDE THREE located and in good neighborhood Prices - balance In weekly Installments BUILDING LOTS BUILDING SITES Vft FOR MEDIUM PRICED attention to the Bar Â¬ to call special rett lots on Holmes street Two new residencespropi foundation are being put down at 8 a m low mass Derricks are being erected and High mass At 10 a in and vespers at 730 p m the work of laying stone on that Raptist Church Rev W O Tay- side of the river will begin next lor the pastor will conduct the week services to morrow morning at 11 the pastor Â¬ jrSHLOHsi on a Throat Sold by all Druggists8hllohs Poroua For a Lame Side BackorCheU Planter will give great sati faction 35 centi have just been completed on a partof this erty and ve have one more lot Goby 200Ieet which bargain to some desirable party GARDEN FARM OF FIVE ACRES WITH we will sell at aImmediately residence of five rooms und other Improve Â¬ who will build ments at Thorn Hill This property will be sold at a bargain FOR SALE A FORJENT FOR SALE rooms each on North St Clnslrstreetand one 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 good COTTAGE ROOMS A FRAME street we OF SEVENproperly la In Conway South Side This rent 16 ON Advertised Letters at Frankfort and at 730 p m Kentucky Sunday school at 930 a m in the chapel Below will be found a list of adver Â¬ tised letters for the week ending Rev W O Taylor will preach at September 16 1893 South Benson Church near Bridge Â¬ Briton Maze Holman Moses port to morrow afternoon at 3 Coots VVmD Johnson Miss Liz Duglest Miss Sui- - zie B oclock All are invited to attend Jenkins Mrs tio Findley Goodlo La Count M Â¬ Rev H W Elliott State Evange- Feney Miss Lewis James list will preach at the Antioch Foster Mrs W H Mead Mrs Anne John Christian Church tomorrow after- Green Miss Eliza OConnors MiBS L Patterson Garritt Henry noon at 330 oclock H Gales John Glogower Sam Rice Master Joe H Hill Billy Dynamiters and Seiners Stewart Mdm C Hite Eaton A Haggart L G 2 The parties who have been de- Huey John Snell Miss Emma stroying the fish in the streams of Humphreys Mar- Smalls John Taoket Wm get Mrs the county by the use of dynamite Harvey Mrs Mol- - Willholm Mattio lie and seins are likely to receive a When calling for these letters say pretty lively stirring up at this advertised J M Sapfell P M Â¬ Cures Consumption Coughs Croup Sore Guarantee 2 TWO STORY FRAME RESIDENCES OF NINE repair and per month are authorized to it at HIHVIEW A DESIRABLE COTTAGE OF FIVE on Ilighvlew for salft This prop Â¬ erty has a lot 112 by 102 feet and would make a very desirable home Mrs 0 8 Hawkins Chattanooga Tenn royi1 ShilohB VitaUzer PAVED MY LIVE conslderittlisbestremalvforadebaUatrdBysUm For Dyspepsia Liver or EJdnoy ever used SHSIOHS VITALIZE Price 75 HAVE WE rooms I trouble It excels eta FOR SALE SET OF BED ROOM FURNI X ture I Bureau Office Table 1 Childs Bed All of the above articles are of good quality and will be sold cheap 1 HANDSOME 100 It Have vou Catarrh Trythla Remedy urns will in relievo and Curo you Price 60 eta urnlshed Jootor or ltesucoesaf ul treatmentlsf ua oa a aro sold by free Bhfloh8 Remedies guarantee to give satisfaction S HILOHVIlCATARRH REMEDY buildinglots SALE OFFER FOR WE building lots on hundred dollars each Wilkinson street A NOMBER at one OF L B For sale by JuniBlr VV McKee Hardie OLD STAND MARSHALL CO HALL8 Â¬ r ner Lord Byron knew that as well WILLARD REMEDY CO BOSTON MASS a anybody One of his greatest re API 3 flii grots was for his weak stomach Gad man his lordship would say why dont one of these infernal doctors invent a liver modicino He would never have asked that question were he now living Why PUBLIC AUCTIONEER Because he would have been using Pellets an Dr PiercoB Pleasant SZIT absolutely sure cure for Constipation Aug 26 Ira Indigestion Bilious Attacks anfl all The Modern Bounty derangements of liver stomach and Thero is no griping or vio- Â¬ sunshine bowelsabout these pills and they are Thrivos on good food and lence Fine Farm for Rent with plenty of exercise in the open guaranteed to give satisfaction or Dont livo air Her form glows with health and your money is refunded DUDLEY FARM ADJOINING CITY with the stomach weak when blooms with its beauty If cure is within your reaoh for 25 otsthe her face limits on the Georgetown pike containing tobacco barn and 265 acres largo residence her systom neods the cleansing action Splendid dairy und tobacco farm stables remedy she uses the given March 1st lbU For partita Possession of a laxative Thousands of cures follow the use lars apply to Its gontlo and pleasant liquid laxative of Dr Sages Catarrh Remedy FB4NKCIIINN Frankfort Ky July 22 tf 5U0 reward for an incurable case Syrup of Figs Â¬ Â¬ term of the court The lovers of rod fishing are interesting themselves in the matter and have presented the names of quite a number of the violators of the laws for the protection of fish and game to the grand jury and several indictments are looked for Some heavy fines will have to be imposed before the people who have been defying the law so long will learn a lesson jour weight SURELY use WJllarda No Obesity fills and lose 15 pounds a month No interference with busi Â¬ Injury to the health They build NO STARVING ness or pleasure up and improve the general health beautify the Lucy NO WRINKLES complexion and leave Anderson 81 Auburn street Cambridge Muss writes Tiuee bottles of your Obesity Pills re duced my weight from225 pounds to 190 and I never felt better in ull my life I am much All human history attests shall all I can pleased That happiness for man the hun- - help youwith the result and Includedo Pbslclansto Our patrons gry sinner Bunkers Luwyers aud leaders of Society Our drug stores all orders are Since Eve ate apples much depends goods are not sold Inour oflice Price per pack Â¬ supplied direct from on dinner age 200 or three packages for 500 by mall pre Â¬ And a good liver is absolutely es- Â¬ paid Particulars sealed 4 cts ALL CORRES Â¬ sential for appreciating a good din- Â¬ PONDENCE CONFIDENTIAL To reduce Â¬ FAT PEOPLE Fine Furniture 5 rf Henry Showalier PBAITKFOBT COMPLETE STOCK Of all the Newest and Prettiest Patterns In order to make room for our lare stock of Fall goods we will offer special i w VV ti -- 5 AS LOW FKLICKS R ROGERS SON v MBHHfljHjHHBBflHHHHHHHjfl v- - r 7 M 1 ttmWjJBMXmJBCJEMM ausgw Preparatory to Changing Our Location TTsTDS JEff G3TMrw TTIXjXj DISPOSE OP OT7E STOCK OP And will defy competition both in price and quality of goods MONEY fL m ik mx w1 vr- --BL S-X 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 wVVX4 1 JU JLfffSSn Ircir CO STHBBT and will SAVE THEM W Mixed Paints Brushes G lass Oils Lime General Hardware and W all Paper Harness Whips Leather Lead L Cement Plaster Salt Sash Doors Blinds wagons Wagon Material Surreys Iron Roofing Sewer and Flue Pipe Powder Shot Shells Guns Wire c Cor Main and Lewis Streets J ET M A COLLINS Got Two Years Opposite the Farmers Bank Pi One of our citizens who has been The grand jury reported the watching the flow of people from indictment against Lucian King The Railroad Bridge this city and county to Chicago who was arrested Monday upon estimates that fully twelve hun the charge of horse stealing to Have Will be Floored dred of our citizens have gone to the Circuit Court vesterday after ON MAIN STEET TO noon he was brought into court Smith Himself Has the Windy City since the Fair President opened and putting S50 as the plead guilty to the charge and the A33raf Said It average amount spent by them jury gave him the lightest sentence he makes 60000 as the sum taken allowed by the statutes two EasEmEnt nf the Capital Hotel XET BEIDEPOINT REJOICE out of the county by the pilgrims years in the penitentiary fiSTThey will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a to the Words Exposition This Deaths short time A short time ago when it be- - it is feared will knock a big hole - came apparent that the L N in the trade of our merchants this Griffin Mr Andrew Griffin sr died at his home on Main R R Co would not put a floor fall and the coming winter street Wednesday evening at in their bridge across the Kentucky For removing Stnmpa and llocka Jfor yuorry men and Well diggers KB Matrimonial Safe easily bandied and cheap For full information and price address iliiiiliHI river here Mr A W Cromwell 1035 0clock after a protracted authorized his attorneys Messrs Casey Grugin County Cler illness aced 76 vears He leaves Cromwell and Franklin to notify Smith issued a marriage license a widow- three daughters and one the company of his rights under Wednesday to Wm H Casey and son to mourn his death ihe Mar 18 y funeral took place yesterday from the contract made with L A Miss Ida Grugin of Flat Creek Born the Church of the Good ShepThomas and the result was the Mr herd Whitehead Coleman following letter from the President Fkanklin In this citv on Charles Whitehead and Miss Mag of the company which assures the Thursday September 14th 1893 gie Coleman were married Thurs- Miss Iiizzie Phytliian Married reconstruction of the bridge for to Mr Robert B Franklin and Miss Lizzie Phythian daughter wife a son travel as before the bridge was day evening at the parsonage of the Catholic Church of Dr John L Phythian former- Â¬ raised Trumbo At Jetts Station this r Wayts Rogers Mr Levi S ly of this city was married in Presidents Office county on Thursday September Ei Kr 18a Ka H Wayts and Miss Elizabeth Rogers Newport Thursday to Mr Nimmo N R R Co f L 14th 1893 to Mr L A Trumbo V Louisville Ky were maried Saturday Pettis and wife a daughter W Cromwil Esq Frankfott lintA Mrs Sam E James of this Sontli Side Firemen KyYj1 city aunt of the bride went over Dear Sir I am in receipt of At a meeting of the Fire and to attend the wedding LEAKAGE IMPOSSIBLE m your letter of tin 31st ult in Police Commission held on ThursThe Curbing Set which yon claim to be entitled to Bottom and sides one continu Â¬ day evening Messrs Price Wilall the ritflu- under the contract ous Piece of Lumber The contractors have nearly all liams and Carroll Walcutt were made between the Louisville Material White Ash Wood Frankfort Railroad Company and elected to take charge of the hose the curbing for the new paveirents Inside Castings Well Galvanized Landon A Thomas dated the wagon which is to be placed on on Second street set are at work Butter Matfe in to 1 Minutes 13d day of August A D 1850 the South Side as soon as the St on the gutters and have brick on and inquiring as to whether the At the rate they are AGENTS WANTED In every towa company intends to stop the pas- Clair street bridge becomes too the ground Single churns Bold in localities where going their contract will be comw nave no agents at wholesale prices sage of yourself servants and em- much obstructed for use to introduce them CealfcrClittUrftPrtM Llrt Mr Lucian Merchant was also pleted long before the time speciployes and transportation over M BROWN the bridge of the company across elected to serve as special police- fied CO o WAPAKONETA O the Kentucky river at Frankfort man when his services may be TOB BAXJC BX Spttcial Rates The company has for some time CHSTJB required had under consideration the ques- The Kentucky Midland offers Both the method and results when tion as to whether it could in the State of Ohio City op Toledo bb 447 East Main Street cheap rates for the occasions be- Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant Lucas County reconstruction of this bridge unand- refreshing to the taste and acta Obeeney makes oath that low der the act of Congress and hePrank J senior partner of the firm Frankfort - - Kentucky is the Versailles Ky September 26 fently yet promptly on the Kidneys the direction of the Secre- of F J Cheney Co doing business and Bowels cleanses the sys The only patent churn which tary of War of the United in the city of Toledo county and State 27 28 Orphan Brigade tem effectually dispels colds head St Louis Mo September 30 aches and fevers and cures habitual will bear a guarantee States so reconstruct it as to aforesaidofand that Bald firm will pay one hundred dollars for the sum Juue 24 Sm constipation Syrup of Figs is the again open it to travel by pedes- each and every case of Catarrh that to October 7 Exposition Paris Ky September 20 to 23 only remedy of its kind ever proby the use of Halls trians animals and vehicles and can not be oured Colored Fair duced pleasing to the taste and ac whether if it could do so it is the Catarrh Care Frank J Cheney C D Bercaw ceptable to the stomach prompt in G policy of the company to so re- - Sworn to before me and subscribed U ts action and truly beneficial m its G P A construct it It has finally decided in my presence this 6th day of De Â¬ effects prepared only from the most arxzE- that question and determined so cember A D 1886 W GLEASON Wanted healthy and agreeable substances its A to reconstruct the bridge that it J SEAL Notary Public many excellent qualities commend it can be used by pedestrians ani A lady who has a good English to all and have made it the most Halls Catarrh Oureis taken inter mals and vehicles and to open it nally and acts directly upon the blood education and can teach music to popular remedy known again as a toll bridge This it and mucous surface of the system teach in a private family Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c She does however mainly in defer- - Send for testimonials free must be not less than 22 years and 1 bottles by all leading drug gists Any reliable druggist who F J CHENEY CO ToledoO old ence to the wishes of citizens of Apply to Iffi Sold by all druggists 76cents may not have it on hand wul proFrankfort and Franklin county MAIN STRliHT Jaes Goins cure it promptly for any one who 334 and not because it is legally bound THE OIjTYr6ojySk BRIDGE Mjjlville Ky i im wishes to try it Do not accept any to do so either under the contract FRANKFORT K v substitute Karls Clover Root the new Blood with Thomas or any statute or Is Falling Down Purifier gives freshness and clear CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO other law And I wish to say to Complexion and cures SAN FRANCISCO CAL is gradually being ness to the Day by day it you that it does not admit that Consumption 2fic 6O0 and 100 lOUISVlUT KY NEW YORK NY 22 you are entitled to all or any of taken down by the army of work For sale by W McKee Hardie the rights under the contract re- ingmen and it will soon be a thing COMPANY But you must re of the past ferred to between the Louisville are a formidable trio ret the weak Aq ayes joj sjusut jpif person frequently bas to meet all of that we will be with you Frankfort Railroad Company and member uo Xpjnd Aucjndod irj9j3 jpi tnem nt once How can beorercomeT or the stockholders of The annual meeting - to supply your wants with the UOAV Landon A Thomas XDn the conTbe answer l with our Couroum osn 9ACII SSjpaUJOJ 3S3UJL Oxtoen and ours onlj The count THE FEANKFOET WATER 00 trary it is advised by its counsel greitest and cheapest lines of Iws demonstrations of 23 jears war jptp aojioj ou op sjjnsaa Xjopc Of Frankfort Ky for the election of five Direc rant this reply that you are entitled to n jne of Fall and inter dry goods cloaks tSijbs ji oDud sseipjnd aqi punj tors and the transaction of other corporate Our treatment Is available for home and notions ever displayed in use neither need your occupation b e these rights 9J 0 ApesJ puiqs sav put sun business will be held at Its office In the city of Interfered with The value of thsie Frankfort on Frankfort Very truly features Is obvious What about your AJ3A3 uioqi 30UBJn3 05 disdii need Abooltcf explnnutlonnnd proof WEDNESDAY SEPT 27th 1893 We have bought from a large M H Smith Is yours to consider If asked for now furniture factory a lot of solid jou op om uoipejsrjcs resJSAiun At 11 oclock a m PALEN Drs STARKEY President A U M6CLCRE 1620 Arch Street Philadelphia Pa oak highly finished Book Cases ipns uoaix 3Auq juqj jo ipA se September 16 1893 2t Secretary ps 3cir soipotuoa pojpucq joaou For a lame back or for a pain in the Tables and Music Racks which 3Aq puE sjswjg ouiDorg pur side or cheat try saturating a piece we shall give away when you Sheep for Sale of flannel with Chamberlains Fain AsH for a JA1CC TOIUiV SU01pnn SIILT SMIl Balm anii binding itopto the affected make a cash purchase uoijduinsuo FEHSOHS INDEBTED TO BEN- FIULL When I ADsi s3iij jq parte ThiB treatment will euro an card and we will explain FOB 100 HEAD JTRB1 nnd T are jOJ XaaAoasjQ s3uij iq settleJeccusednt onceherebyallnotified toofcome nail timeHAVEewes few 8ALEwill sellZon MxOF monthe which I X class unci adj sjuoA cnld some creditors ordinary ease in one or two days you want bargains call on us Also i Sujips Shropshire notineu to present udaq sabu om joj vi arerequired by law their cliilms to me proven bucks that Ia will sell cheap and South Down Pain Balm also euros rheumatism WE1TZEL as ODONNELL 50 cent bottles for sale by J W Abs SOUTH THIMBLE HWIT7KB J SU0ZPP 4no SJsaP W Main street aug3G tt 2 2t Forks of Klkhorn Ky Sept lG Ct Administrator Gayle THIS SETTLES IT Chicago Gets tlio Money JJACOB SWIGERT Removed From the Batzeii Building Hfif t 101 AND 102 1 k ii ym 4 j j - 1 - - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ - Â¬ 0ijrfRss 3 0 sJ Â¬ ii 2 3 I - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BNJOYS WM WRIGHT 19 t - Â¬ Â¬ iS S - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ H MATTEHU J- - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ il oniiiiber Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WATER and Disease Work Worry n n Â¬ Â¬ 4 -- iroriCE - 11 y u k WCi v- t t t We Are Ready I n Every Department Every inch of space in our immense establishment crowded with goods A grand line of suits hundreds of styles all wool for men boys and chil- dren ranging in price from 150 to 25 all the latest styles We bought for cash and defy competition itT- x 1 v- - K OVERCOATS C i y on sale SATURDAY SEPT 16TH over 300 Overcoats from our Louis- Â¬ ville stock which was partially dam- Â¬ aged by water You will be surprised at the prices on these garments some 40 and 50 cents on the doJlar Dont miss this rare opportunity We have in stock now and will put h i FURNISHINGS AND HATS 9 BOOTS AND SHOES it No house in the State can show a greater line all bought for cash and at panic prices All we ask is bring the cash I V In this department we have an im- Â¬ mense stock everything anything you can call for c tf f r - ft Crutcner k AJEfcT 8c DEn2 STEBET StSLTlES Alssoz1 zzrzm To Benson Farmers are preparing for wheat sowing The recent drouth was broken Sunday by refreshing rains which caused the farmers heart to swell with gratitude to the Giver of all Good who sendeth the rain and sunshine alike upon the just and unjust Mrs Martha Bryant and sister were the guests of Mr G W Moore Saturday and Sunday Mrs Amanda Moore who has been visiting friends in Lexington returned home Saturday Miss Hattie Goin who has been verylsick for several months is we are glad to say recovering Madame Rumor says Dr Dem aree is soon to become a Benedict Success to you Doc Born on August 28 1893 to Mr Robert Sudduth and wife a CIKOUS DAY IS NEAR Only a Few Days Bofore tlxo THB LAKE ROUTE TO THE WORLD5 FAII VIA PICTURESQUE MACKINAC The Noav South and the Worlds Fair ANNOUNCEMENTS Advent of Ringling Bros Shows Avoid the heat and dust by traveling on the Floating Palaces of the Detroit j I son Elwood August 29 1893 to Prof S A Hulett and wife a sonEdwin There was quite a scene 117 hapel Schoolhouse community last Sunday because the minister failed to preach according to the views of some of his hearers a uncertein being between twelve and twenty I would like to form the acquaintance of some pretty maid by the next leapyear as I think I will then be old enough to enjoy the bliss of wedded life The maiden that I mean to get must be well stored with riches with bright blue eyes and golden locks and be just sixteen Newsboy Among the incidents of childhood that stand out in bold relief as our memory reverts to the days when we were young none are moro 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 ib to her own off spring and always with the best re aujts For sale by J W Qayle I am a jolly newsboy and would you know my story My age is The rapid approach of circus day gives an added interest to the many remarkable new features announced for Ringling Brothers Worlds Greatest Shows and as ictiuuua lulus iiitiimgcis liuvc uicsc r hitherto never failed to keep their promises the public may confidently count upon witnessing an extraordinary exhibition of ethnologic zoologic and arenic features The troupe of Royal Japanese acrobats embraces twelve remark able performers from Mikados own company The leaders are Tiokichi Alsimota Sankichi Yan and a wonderfully clever Japanese named Okeo woman Theii performance is marvelous beyond A troupe of genuine description desert Arabs who give a remarkable exhibition of ability and strength is also a striking ethnoA grand ballet logic feature militant by a hundred superbly caparisoned horses is a novelty A entirely new to the circus school of twenty Mexican horses go through a performance almost human in the trained intelligence The Brothers Vernon exhibited wonderful performance on give a Charles W the flying trapeze Fish and the famous Reno Sisters exhibit the best features of modern equestrianism the four Walton Brothers give an unequaled series of acrobatic feats scores of other high salared performers add to the excellence of the programme a giant giraffe a bi horned gnu a and hippopotamus mammoth whole herds of elephants add interest to the zoological display and a glittering street procession ushers in the event at 10 oclock Ringling Brothin the morning ers Collossal Shows will exhibit for two performances only at Frankfort Wednesday Sept 20 ForSale or BENTMy dwelling house on Ann street J T Buoklhy tf 1 Â¬ Â¬ costing 300000 each and are guaranteed to bo the grandest largest safest and fastest steamers on the Lakes speed 20 miles per hour running time between Cleveland Toledo and Chicago less than 50 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 service will be main Â¬ tained giving a daylight rido acrosB Lake Erie Daily service between Cleveland y First class Btateroom and accommodations and menu and exceed ingly low Bound Trip Bates Tlio pala tial equipment the luxury of the appoint- Â¬ ments makes traveling on theso steamers thoroughly enjoyable Send for illus- trated pamphlet Address A A Schantz QP A Detroit Cleveland Steam Nav Co Detroit Mich Put-in-BaÂ¬ just been built for this Upper Lake route Two new steel passenger steamers havo Cleveland Steam Navigation Company Â¬ Insure Against Accident A 3000 accident policy good can be obtained by any gentleman or lady for Si Co from Jacob Swigert 5 i 4t For Sale or Rent My house on West Main street at present occupied by Col Corbetts family Possession given immediately Mrs W B Rodman 52 tf for seven days m Â¬ I I Buclclons Arnica Salve The best salve In the world for Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Bbeum Fever Sores Tetter Ohappod Hands Chilblains Corns and all Skin Erup Â¬ tions and positively cures Piles or no pay required It is guaranteed to give satisfaction or money refunded For sale by Price 25 cents per box 8 ly Phil Carpenter Dr Halos Household Ointment Â¬ Is the finest remedy in the world It oures Oures Neuralgia and Bheumatism Piles like magio Cures Salt Bheum in the most soothing manner Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Can be Oures Coughs and Colds taken internally A positive apociuo for pneumonia Oufc Bruises Burns Chilblains Sores of long standing Corns and Bunions are oured quickly different from all else suporlor to all else it has no equal 25 and 50o boxes Large size oheapost Sold at Carphn 8 TKRa drug store It absolutely cures catarrh and Dixons line and typical South- Â¬ erners easily distinguishable in the immense throng by the graceful military bearing of the gentlemen and the rare beauty of the ladies are tobe met in great numbers on the Exposition grounds in the corridors of the leading hotels and at the various social gatherings in the Worlds Fair City To a large extent the success of the Fair depends upon the Southern people the Board of Managers ex pect hundreds of thousands of peo- Â¬ ple from South of the Ohio river to attend the Exposition and from present indications they will not be disappointed The railroads are making extensive preparations to take care of the people and their comfort enroute is fully assured The Big Four Route which is the only line making connection in Cen tral Union Station Cincinnati with through trains of the E T V G Queen Orescent Route Louisville Nashville R R Kentucky Central Ry and Chesapeake Ohio Ry Naturally forms the popular outlet for Southern travel and to accommodate the business five elegant vestibuled trains with parlor cars sleoping cars dining cars and elegant coaches are run daily from Cincinnati to Ohicago stopping at Midway Plaisance the Main Entrance to the Worlds Fair 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 and boarding houses aro located adjacent to the Big Four stations and passen Â¬ gers via the popular line avoid the long tiresome transfer across the city necessary by all other linos from Oinoinnati There is positively no other line landing passengers at the stations named and as it affords in addition to the comfort and con Â¬ venience a great saving of time and expense all the South who oontem plate a trip to the Worlds Fair should do sure to ask tor tickets via the Big Four Route For full information address D B MARTIN General PaBsonger Agent Cincinnati Â¬ Â¬ are authorized to announce L J COX as m Â¬ North or Westistaking a candidate for re election as Representative of In terest in the Worlds Fair at present Franklin county me the next Legislature subject 44 tf than that portion lying south of Mason io me ucuon ui democratic party Wo No section of the country last greater in- nor Jtcpreaentativo t- v kJJ X s STEPHENSON of Mercer county as a candidate for Senator from this district subject to the no- tlnn nf Ilia TVimnnrfiH mil viuiwiukiw June 3 to Wd lira IMtlinri7ail tn tinnnunn For Senator tin 11T ITT at the November election 1893 suqject to the action of the Democratic Dartv te authorized to announce Mr JjJiwia m 73AI ayor of Krankfort at the n xt el etlon subject to the action of the jjiuifcriiLii imrrv July 22 te 22 -- For Mayor JKre authorized to announce Mr TOBINai a candidate for re election July RICHARD as Mayor K T SiV viir 1 W in Tl JfCJI A MrSki Jsz -- t aSllw CJ T 1- - We are authorized to announce W 0 HERN-DON as a candidate for Police Judge of the Cltr or JtranKrort subject to the Action of thn Damn ifeaC luiil 1J414V For Superintendent of Public the action of the Democratic party Aug 26 te Schools nYttJll authorized to announce Mlns LUCY SFrJ2sucudlltofor fuperintendent of Schools for Franklin county subject to rv V v tZ For City Marshal Marshal subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce B B JESTERS as a candidate for re election to the odlce or City 1 r y NOTICE LL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS AOAINST the estate of Margaret Berlin will present the same to the undersigned properly proven Anyone knowing themselr s Indebted tp the same estate will please call and settle FRANKFORT SAFETY VAULT TRUST CO Aug 25 lro Admr Margaret Bergln A J PARIS CLASSICS INSTITUTE the highest advantages for culture and scholarship Full College Course with ex- Â¬ cellent Preparatory Department Location at Â¬ tractive houlthful and accessible Genuine home comforts Accommodations nrst oluss in every particular Catalogues sent on application Jul-16-- itjShjjSc lass s 7 A U MRS M W BERRY Paris Ky Milos N6rvo and Livor Fills Act on a new principle regulating the liver stomach and bowels though the nerves A new disoovery Dr Miles Pills speedily cure biliousness bad taste torpid liver piles constipa W J CHINN JR mm- Will practice in all State Courts OfÂ¬ fice second floor Custom House Â¬ tion Splendid for men women and children Smallest mildest surest 60 doses for 25 oents Samples free at -J W GayleFrnkforfcKy ly outodat this office v Job work neatly exe- - f v i w f tv 4l Vl