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JFlfr r TV rti M1lMtIMfclMtlljtIMMllMaigM i r The GEO A V Frankfort Rqtomboiit A LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPERS DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advanoe NO VOL XYII FRANKFOET Latest U S Govt Report KY SATURDAY AUGUST A lice in Its Ktn 11 1894 49 j u r m State Items 1 Highest of all in Leavening Power Baking Powder Â¬ ABSOLUTELY PURE Judge Jas R Jewell of Lex inton who invented the paying politics is hell is just now think Â¬ ing that there is a good deal of hell in other things also as a suit has been brought against him charging that he misappropriated a fine of 100 paid into his court Harrodsburg had a big fire MonThe property burned was day formerly old Morgan Row the a part of the Harrodsburg Springs accomodations The houses and furniture of Mrs George West Judge Poston Thomas Ingram Miss Naomi Wells and a blind woman were burned County Judge Bullock of Fay- ette connty performed a double wedding ceremony in Lexington last week William Bunnegar and Mary Brock and James Brock and Sallie Ann Bunnegar being the The first contracting parties bride and the groom and second first bride and second groom being brother and sister On Saturday Hon W J Stone of Lyon county present Con- Â¬ gressman from the First District was defeated for the Democratic nomination for re election by Hon John K Hendrick of Livingston On the same day Hon county A B Montgomery was nominated for re election in the Fourth Dis- Â¬ trict over Hon David R Murray of Breckinridge county Thos S Baxter a negro who had the contract for carrying the mails from the Post office in ShelN depot in byville to the L that place was arrested Monday upon the charge of robbing the stamp money drawer in the office of small sums of monev He had heretofore borne a good character and was prominent in colored secret soceties and a leader among the colored people of that section Â¬ Â¬ The Maysville Fair closed Sat urday with seven thousand people hr kv PO T K Vi J iv - I U h r k X on the grounds Blind Dave the fiddler who was reported dead last year is still fiddling for court day crowds in the central part of the State A monster barbecue in the interest of Hon W C Owens can- Â¬ didacy for Congress will be held at the Chautauqua grounds in Lex- Â¬ ington on the 22d inst Sunday George Kennedy and two ebony hued Ab Boswell twirlers of the ivory cubes got into an altercation at Midway during which Boswell was disem- Â¬ Kennedy escaped boweled Workmen engaged in building the dam for the new water works at Shelbyville Monday afternoon unearthed and killed a rattle snake six feet long It had fifteen rattles and a button and was full of eggs William Upton was shot and instantly killed in Lewis county Tuesday by his cousin Edward who was a William Upton had left his family married man and eloped with a sister of Edward Â¬ Mr M H Cromwell was riding a young horse along the Versailles WMIARDS AND POOL LAWYERS pike near Jetts Station one day WM CROMWELL last week in company with Mr CHAS G PAYNE Wash Crutcher when a bumble Attorney at Law Billiards and Pool bee flew into Mr Cromwells Frankfort Kentucky The Club Main Stud Also Real Estnte Agpnt will practice In the horses ear causing it to paw and The Finest Tables In the city Gymnasium nnd Courts or Franklin and the adjoining counties Bowling Alleys attached and will also give special attention to the pur- jump around until Mr Cromwell chase and sale ot real estate collection of rents claims and the negotiation of loans was thrown off alighting on his CONFECTIONER When freed back in the road W CHINN JR from his burden the horse ran to JOHN R TODD Attorney at Law the one ridden by Mr Crutcher Manufacturing Frankfort Kentucky Confectioner Will practice In all SUte Courts Oftlce second when that gentleman knocked the lloor tustom House mad- Â¬ bee out of its ear and the 41 St Clair Street DRUGS Home made Candies Fruits Nuts dened insect immediately attacked and Soda Wuter In season Clears and Ice Cream and Tobacco W H AVERILL him A lively fight followed and Near new bridge Druggist not until Mr Crutcher had struck NEWSDEALER the bee several times with his hat Main Street opp City Hall general stock of Drugs Fine Stationery a could it be killed Mr Cromwell GUY BARRETT Cigars and Tobacco Prescriptions speclalt compounded at all hours was laid up for a week with his NeVS Dealer and bruises but is now out again CO Bookseller NO IV R WILLIAMS Business and Professional Directory Nervous Prostration A 332 Main Street Fine Stationery Periodicals of all kinds Fancy - Druggists Goots314 Main Sheet large manufacturer whose affairs Prescriptions carefully nnd accurately filled at all were very much embarrassed and hours A line line of Fancy Toilet Articles who was overworked and broken FLOUR AND FEED down with nervous exhaustion went to a celebrated specialist He was REOCK painters DONALDSON told that the only thing needed was to be relieved of care and worry and W B BRTDGEFORD Flour Meal Feed and have a change of thought This doc- Â¬ Country Produce The Painter tor was more considerate of his pa Â¬ tients health than of his financial Fincel Block South Side 10 St Clair Street He ought to have circumstances him to use Dr Miles Restor Â¬ Oysters Fish tin Game In season Choloe Wall Paper Paints Oils and Glass constantly on advised Pickles and Preserves hand ative Nervine the best remedy for nervous prostration sleeplessness dizziness headache ill effects of spir Â¬ its tobacco coffee opium c Thou Â¬ sands testify to cures Books and trial bottleB free at J W Gayles 5 1 Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder A Pura Grape Cream ot Tartar Powder IPTEIM A T If 1 BEH1 rv Lsr i liV l V A Fleming county physicians are puzzled over the case of Miss Mary Hull who died last week She was taken with nearSanford a severe pain in her big toe The pain ran up to her head and caused death within six hours The Rev W J Doran and a number of other prominent Meth odists have purchased forty acres of woodland at Boones Gap near which Berea Madison county into a they propose to convert mammoth camp meeting ground The Lexington Canning Com Â¬ pany has already put up 15000 cans of blackberries and 12000 cans of peas It is now canning a few tomatoes but will this week have a big supply of them and will also commence putting up corn At Vanceburg Marion Stamper a leading citizen sued Samuel Alden a merchant of that place for 75 cents Prominent attorneys were retained Judge Pugh candidate for Congress defended Alden Stamper got judgment for 35 cents John Vance a Fayette county farmer went to sleep on a fence while overseeing his men hurting He was unable to himself badly attention and was on the attract ground several hours before he was discovered and taken to his house D S Cooley a brakeman on the Maysville branch of the Ken was tucky Central Railroad knocked from the top of a car by the bridge over the track at Walshs Distillery at Paris Monday night and was instantly killed his neck Being broken Â¬ Â¬ 0 4 -- J-5 Traeias STRIKE Prices OR any other PEST can be kept out of your house with our SCREENS Hardware like everything else wears out and grows old The question is where can the best be obtained WE are not here to preach a we sermon because is the kernal of others may sell as good But do they That sell-the-best j V V1 Old Go Out New OnesTakeTheir Place On 25 different styles of J the cocoanut Then again the all important price question claims wise attention The leak that sinks a mighty ship is often small Perhaps there are leaks in your purse Let me stop with a little price plugs the outflow Dont forget that it is our wish to please you IF IT IS POSSIBLE ILL DO IT Haisome I wmm im HARDWARE MERCHANT j Grasp the Opportunity Oarpentbk cordially invites you to trya 25c bottle of Dr Hales House Our enterprising And plain handkerchiefs for Ladies and Gents druggist P H Vho L mo j I Tg Q a HARVEST Black 8c Hursey DEALERS IN Of Bargains hold Oough Oure This new remedy acts quickly on the bronchial tubes throat and lungs lessons the desire mTTTi to cough and heals mucous mem X JuXXLa XA brane If consumption it will euro you feasant to taue meennaron should be read to you if you l JIUU IV DTrP X JJLU AV T1 dont FINE Fixtures Sold The Frankfort Safety Vault id Trust Company have sold the vault safe and other fixtures of the late Frankfort National Bank to a new bank at Corydon in Grant county and the same will be removed to that place Cure Tor Ilemliiclie As a remedy for all forms improve such an opportunity HUPS M ALWAYS ON HAND SADDLES A STRONG But simple A COMPLETE LINE OF TROTTING and RUNNING HORSE GOODS Of its Truthfulness Cost doesnt govern these prices We want money just now instead of handkerchiefs Â¬ nuir 10 3in 232 r -INTIfcT STIEeiEIEl1 J ache Electric Bitters has proved to bo tho very best It effects a perma Â¬ nent euro and tho most dreaded habitual sick hoadachos yield to its Wo urge all who are influence afflicted to procure a bottlo and give this remedy a fair trial In cases of habitual constipation Electric Bittora cures by giving the needed tone to tho bowels and few cases long resist rho use of this medicine Try it once No 2I4 St Glair St Large bottles only 50 cents at P H of Head Â¬ MM I have for sale 2000 A No 1 For CEDAR POSTS further particulars apply to me on my premises T N Arnold H G MATTERS THE- - HRRTSTEIH S RK Fhotonaiher 334 MAIN STREET FRANKFORT K Oaupknteus drug store 2 next door to McClure Feb 2 tf I i V 1 1 ai iir ly in iiiiMjM ijypyy 77711 wViwWtiuW frrrrHWIIiHJBjiiirpjriTFiiiii T i iiyiBMji TiT - n mi iii m m mmwimm w - ir - y w vf I T 4 MAKE DOOM FOil ENTIRE NEW FALL STOCK I will for the next 30 days offer everything in my LMUuuKUtiuuuBueuuutuuuiLiuuMUJcaBu bu By BU CO It ranHciEHnnRnEnnarianarrinCTrarsEirsTiEnrnEia bo CHINA DEPARTMENT ran BB BU bu BJ TOKCIST T- - RTTHTTT FTS7 Misses Oarothers of Bardstown Will Meet ut Itussellville and Monroe of Texas aro visiting Miss Flora Foote is visiting friendB Mies Hannah Hardin on Cross street The annual reunion of Jthe in Paris Mr Maurice Power and wife of Orphan Brigade C S A will Mrs C J Norwood is visiting rela- Â¬ Lexington came down Thursday and be held at Russellville this year tives in Ashland attended the funeral of Mr J W on Tuesday September 4th Mr Gabe Addams is out again after Welch a few days illness Miss Evelyn Brown who has been A Home For tlic Pastor Miss Pearl Johnson is visiting visiting her brother Dr John Young Brown at Anchorage returned home friends in Louisville The congregation of the Corin- Â¬ Thursday Miss Rose Crittenden has returned thian Colored Baptist Church is Mrs Sallie Berry of Versailles has erecting a neat and comfortable from Rock Castle Springs Mr J C Noel returned Thursday been visiting her mother Mrs Ware parsonage on Murray street South corner of Ann and Clinton streets from French Lick Springs Side Dan Qayle of Henderson is this week Mr Mr W P Hudson left Tuesday to Shelby Fair visiting relatives in this city join his wife at Stamford Conn Mr A S Herbert left Wednesday where he will remain until the first of We acknowledge the receipt of for Chicago where he will locate next month a complimentary ticket to the Mr ThoB P Averill left Monday Mr Coleman Meriwether of Louis- Â¬ Shelbyville Fair which comme ces a two weeks trip to the East for ville is the guest of Major W E Â¬ Mr R J Eddins and wife of Bag Bradley corner of Main and Wash Â¬ on Tuesday the 21st and condad spent Wednesday in this city tinues four days ington streets Mr W F Grayot returned Tuesday Mr D M McHenry and daughter To the Voters or Frankiin from a visit to his old home in Smith Miss Susie and Mrs Irene McFarland County land left Thursday for a visit to relatives Mrs Mack Salyers has returned in Owensboro Frankfort Ky Aug 1894 from a visit to her brother in GeorgeMr James A Hodges of Louisville Yielding to the flattering and town spent Friday and Sunday nights in earnest solicitation of partial Miss Annita Muldoon of Louisville this city on his way to and from friends and representative citizens will be the guest of Mrs 0 W Saffell Stamping Ground of all political iaiths I have con- Â¬ nextweek Mr Chas L Graham of Louisville trary to my purpose to never Mr O B Gayle and wife left yes Â¬ spent several days in the city the again stand for office determined terday for a visit to relatives in first of the week visiting his brother to make the race for County Unionjcounty Mr W L Graham Judge at the November election G McLean and family have Mr J This is the most important Misses Marie and Bessie Lindsey 1894 returned from a visit to friends in and Katie and Lulie Fitch of Louis- office in the county government Elizabethtown ville are visiting Miss Katie Lindsey In the hands of the County Judge Miss Janie Dehoney left Wednes- on Second street are placed the liberties of the day for a viBit to friends and relatives Mrs Tom Dudley Herndon of citizens in criminal trials before near Eminence court as also the Alton has been visiting her sister examining Mr John M Bull of Chicago is Mrs Richard Crutcher on Shelby moneyed interests of a large class visiting his parents Mr S C Bull and street this week of debtors and creditors litigating wife in this city Miss Manette Fulton of Anchorage matters of account in the quarterHarry Mallory of Chicago who has been the guest of Miss Janie ly court besides the settlement Mr spent Sunday and Monday in this Dehoney on east Main street return Â¬ and oversight of the estates of city with relatives widows and orphans ed home Wednesday The taxing interests of the citiMisses Annie and Louella Crom- Â¬ Mrs Kate Mauer who has been Â¬ well of Lexington are visiting rela visiting her sister Mrs VanDerveer zens is in the hands of the County tives in this county on Shelby street leaves to day for her Judge and the Magistrates So it jwill bo seen that your Bessie Hardin has returned home in Washington City Miss from a visit of several weeks to Mrs R W Tilford and daughter friends in Bardstown Miss Gracia left Tuesday for Boloxi Mr Harry Bush of Louisville spent Mississippi where they will spend several days in the city this week the remainder of the summer with Mr W J Chinn Mr Harry I T Crittenden of Mr Samuel R Smith returned Beatty ville spent several days in this Tuesday evening from a fishing trip city this week visiting his parents to Clear Lake Canada Col R H Crittenden and wife Mr Lucian Beckner who has been Messrs George Browder and Will visiting his parents in Winchester re Bartholomew of Louisville who have turned here Wednesday been visiting Mr Albert Kirtley on Judge J Q Ward of Paris and Col Clinton street returned home Mon- Â¬ Thos H Hanks of Lawrenceburg day were in the city Tuesday Mr Adam KStephens of Glendale Mrs A D Aldridge and children Ohio who was summoned hero by the of Dallas Texaa are visiting the fam Â¬ death of hiB sister Mrs John Glore ily of Mr R M Aldridge returned home Wednesday accomr Mr Jos T Staten and son Wickliffe panied by his sister Miss Anna May Both the method and results when Sjrrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant returned Thursday from a visit to Stephens taste and acts relatives in Henry county Hon Richard Wintersmith U S and refreshing to the gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Hon James Andrew Scott wife and Consul at Colon United States of Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys daughters returned Tuesday from Colombia was in the city Tuesday tem effectually dispels colds head Â¬ visiting his old friend Col Robert H aches aud fevers and cures habitual their trip to Niagara Falls Â¬ Crittenden Col Wintersmith was constipation Syrup of Figs is the Mrs James A Hodges of Louis ville is visitingher sister Mrs Helen State Treasurer of Kentucky from only remedy of its kind ever pro 1855 to 1859 duced pleasing to the taste and ac McOlure on Conway street ceptable to the stomach prompt in and Edmund Rod Â¬ Messrs Howard its action and truly beneficial in its Guaranteed Cure man returned Wednesday from a trip effects prepared only from the most to Niagara Falls and Canada We authorize our advertised drug Â¬ healthy and agreeable substances its Miss Talbot of Paris and Miss gist to sell Dr Kings New Dis many excellent qualities commend it Arnold of Newport are visiting Mrs covery for Consumption Coughs and to all and have made it the most Colds upon this condition If you R M Aldridge on Broadway known are afflicted with a Cough Cold or popular remedy Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c Hamilton any Lung Throat or Chest trouble Mr Thos VanDerveer of Ohio is visiting his cousin Mr R A and will use this remedy as directed and 1 bottles by all leading druggiving it a fair trial and experience gists Any reliable druggist who VanDerveer on Shelby street no benefit you may return the bottle may not have it on hand will proMr John Rice of the Auditors and have your money refunded cure it promptly for any one who office was called to Louisa Wednes We could not make this offer did we not know that Dr Kings New Dig wishes to try it Do not accept any day by the illness of hiB mother co very could be relied on It nevef substitute Mrs Grant Green and daughter disappoints Trial bottles free at CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO OAKPENTEafl Drug Store MIbb Katie returned Monday from Puil SAN FRANCISCO 0AL 41 -O 1 l T 2 Large size 50c and 100 LOUISVILLE KY NEW YORlt NY a sojourn uu xiuuk vjubliu oprmga At greatly reduced prices A brand new lot of Lamps that will be just the thing this fall at half their value Summer goods in my House Furnishing Department at greatly reduced prices Give me a cull PERSONAL County Judge wields a large in Â¬ Popular Excursion fluence in county affairs No more taxes should be laid than are absolutely necessary to meet the bonded indebtedness at its maturity and the annual accruing interest thereon together with the VIA necessary amount to conduct the county government upon econo- Â¬ BIG FOUR ROUTE mic honest business principles A pait of the bonded debt should Tuesday August 14th be met by the next generation as SIDE TRIPS TO they are to be equally benefited by it It is local taxation and the dis- Lake Chautauqua Toronto and tribution of the funds derived Thousand Islands therefrom that comes home directly to the county and city tax- Â¬ excursion of This payer for it must be met and is season will be the grandest Niagara Falls the running through to via Shore Ac Michigan Southern Ry and New Lade felt in proportion to the ability to York Central R R with solid train of elegant Wagner sleep- Â¬ Therefore it is the right coaches reclining chair earn and any point and meet it ing cars No change of cars at of the citizen to demand of no delays en route going or coming Big Four not be compelled to lay over his county court the lowest Excursionists will for connections Tickets good at Junction points returning refeulur trains per cent of tax each year from dnteonofallsale Thousand within Ave days Island tickets with an economic hon- good ten days from date of sale consistent est and impartial government and ONLY 5 ROUND TRIP to have this tax promptly collect- Â¬ ed and honestly and fairly ap- From Cincinnati to Niagara Falls plied to the good of the entire Only 1 more to Toronto and re Â¬ county turn Only 8 more to Thousand The good people of my native Islands and return city and county have honored me time and again by electing me to OoJy S400 to Like Chautauqua different and important offices My election for four sucqessive term And Hciiim to the office which I am soon to Correspondingly low rates from points on the voluntarily surrender while evi- Â¬ Queen Crescent Louisville Nashville Kendencing the partiality and most tucky Central and Chesapeake Ohio Railways In connection with the excursion generous favor of my personal as agent of well as political following is an Ask nearest particularsthese lines for earnest of my faithful impartial and successful discharge of duty e 0 Mccormick d b martin Gen Pass Agent Pass Traffic Manager in the past and must be my CINCINNATI guarantee for the luture I have in no sense sought this office and if I am elected to it I must be elected by the uncor Only direct line between rupted vote of the people as I will not bring to bear any corrupting influences to obtain it At the CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT proper time I will visit the pre- Â¬ Shortest and quickest between cincts of the county Frankfort Georgetown and Paris Car Â¬ Respectfully W H Sneed lisle XayiTille Cjnthiana Fal Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Niagara Falls f Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Kentucky Midland Ry Â¬ To the Association The steamer W IL Jtforton and barge will leave the Frankfort city wharf at 6 oclock am on August 22d and 23d making the round trip to Polsgrove and return giv- Â¬ ing all a chance to attend the meet- Â¬ ing of the Franklin Baptist Association Fare for the round trip 50 cents 49 2t Tobacco Sticks For Sale 50000 oak and hickory tobacco sticks for sale Apply to J W Gaines 49 tf ASK mouth and Corington FOR TICKETS VIA KY MIDLAND TflllllS BUN BY CERTDftL STIID1H0TIHF 1 Â¬ TIME TABLE APR I 1894 I Â¬ A M TRAINS 8 AST Lv Frankfort Lv Summit Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Ar A I LvSwItzer LrElkhorn Stomping Duvall Ground B Â¬ NOTICE ALL PERSONS WHAVING CLAIMS AGAINST M Wllkerooii deceased ure estate of hereby notified to present the same proven us required by law and all persons owing the late W M Wllkerson are notified to call and settle at once This Aug 9 1891 D W WILKPRSON L FEAT11ERSTON pi flF Executors Aug 11 2 months at Lv Elizabeth Paris Purls Junction TRAINS WEST Georgetown C 8 Depot Newtown Centreville Johnson No 1 700 716 711 716 728 734 740 746 765 aOS PM No 8 I p M No 7 410 4 16 100 421 428 438 444 450 4b7 503 613 521 625 636 588 I 200 210 220 11U 125 14W 80 285 C I 810 820 830 A 320 386 846 400 I M I PM No 2 C 10 00 No 4 Â¬ Â¬ Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Paris ArEllzabeth ArCentervIlle Lv Paris Junnctlon Ml 615 619 6 27 iM PM No8Nol2 1010 1014 10 22 10 32 B 605 iM 455 621 H - Johnson At Duvull ArStamplnit Ground Swltzer Newtown C S Depot Georgetown Â¬ rt Â¬ FOR RENT FARM LATELY OCCUPIED RT A W Cromwell one half mile east of Frankfort Elkhorn Summit A Frankfort A connects with L A N C and B connects with Q C connects with K C 1037 1147 1163 1100 1110 1117 1123 1130 641 645 661 747 640 600 703 7 13 6 67 800 810 atO 905 915 925 830 3 720 726 735 L8 Â¬ Â¬ 1 Purls at 910 The Kentucky Midland Railway and connec Â¬ on Versailles turnpike The farm contains 80 tions form the shortest and cheapest route to al acres and Is well sit In grass and suited for points north south east and west dairy purposes Possession given on November For further Information apply to their agents For terms upply to 1st lb94 E B WEITZEL 0 D BERCAW City Ticket Agent WAI CROMWELL Gen Pass Agt GEOB HARPER Gen Supt Aug 11 tf SUNDAY TRAINS run on Sundays until further notice No 1 will leave Frankfort ut m and Georgetown ut 902 urrivlncat 815 a Nos 1 2 Hand 4 will WUtti i T A iviiiiV vffcfcL4Ajft afLr Jiv j J innA ia nw 2 i i i HuLJLStJifl WWPPWFWWitWWi 41 WWNW w ii i win nwm nww - Aftl t ilglu ra I ft Its a i wHBf COWRltKt 9 A kilHl wLftnBMM ivhtwwv v AN If nHtty viiiium iv sau k i i mil r - Waste of Time ri j J I tfi T run about town in searcn oi oetier oargains 8ralffllRr in Jewelry than we can give you And when you waste time you waste money to say nothing of the shoe leather you wear out No other dealer in town has such a large and varied assortment of Jewelry as wc can show No other Jealer can or will sell jewelry as low as we can and will sell it We want you to remember this when you desire anything in our line We have some novelties in the way of LADIES WATCHES Very cheap too You should see them Judge Bennett Dcnd Chief Justice Caswell Bennett of the Court of Appeals who has been spending the summer with his wife and daughter at Cerulean was Springs county Trigg stricken with paralysis on Satur Â¬ day and on Sunday suffered a On Wednesday second stroke he had revived sufficiently to be removed to the home of his wifes cousin in Hopkinsville where he died Thursday morning the trip doubtless hastening his end The deceased was 58 years of age was twice married and leaves a widow and three children to His term as mourn his death Judge of the Court of Appeals would have expired in January but he had been nominated for a second term The remains arrived here yesterday morning and will More Changes at the F M I Dr N J Sawyier having re- Â¬ signed as member of the board of commissioners the Governor has appointed Judge Thos H Hines to fill the vacancy On Wednesday the board of commissioners re- Â¬ moved Capt Henry Wilson who has been the engineer at the insti- Â¬ tution for the past eight or ten His place will be filled years with a man from the Penerile district we understand K of P Picnic 1 1 1 The members of Dexter Lodge Knights of Pythias will give a picnic at Thorn Hill Park Thursday next the 6th inst A pleasant day is promised those who at tendas the committees are making every arrangement to render it so The amusements will consist of base ball and other be buried in the State lot in the dancing cemetery the funeral taking place games and a first class dinner will be served at 10 oclock this mornsng Discarded Glasses A General Mix Up Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 1 wv KM i m - ft mm age 75 years and his many was a general mix up of electric friends trust he may yet celebrate trolley and guy wires which made the centennial of his birth things look exceedingly squally for Kenneth Bazemore had the good a time and it became necessary fortune to receive a small bottle of Oholic Cholera and Diarrhoea to telephone to the power house whee three members of hisRemedy family and have the electric current shut were sick with dysentery This one them all and he small bottle off before things could be straight- had some left cured he gave to Geo which The cars were a W Baker a prominentjn merchant of ened out again U and it tbe place Lewiston little late in getting started yester cured him of the same complaint When day morning in consequence of j arrhoea troubled with dysentery di colic or cholera morbus give the trouble but Mr Weaver the this remedy a trial and you will be mora then pleased with electrician soon had the damage The praise that naturally the resalt follows its introduction and use has made it repaired very popular 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by Phil Carpenter South A Runaway Side Druggist Â¬ About 12 oclock Thursday night four of the electric cars came in from the park and were collected at the intersection of Main and Ann streets when one of the trolleys got caught in a guy wire pulling it loose from the trolley line and in a lew minutes there Â¬ Â¬ Judge Lysander Hord one of the oldest and most highly respected members of the local bar has gained his second sight and now reads newpapers and other fine print without the aid of glasses Judge Hord is enjoying remarkable good health for one of his Â¬ Â¬ We were disappointed in Mr Settle We looked for something brilliant We detected nothing of the orator and much of the dema Â¬ gogue We have had an unusually healthy summer With the ex- Â¬ ception of slight complaints among children we have had scarcely any sickness Breckinridge is begging and Settle dodging the march of Hon W C Owens is unimpeded On the fifteenth we will wipe the bread and butter brigade from off the face of the earth Crops look exceedingly well considering the fart that we have had so much dry weather With good rains now corn and tobacco would be about up to the average Garden vegetables are doing no good Hemp needs rain but looks wells Fall ploughing has commenced and it seems that a large acreage of wheat will be sown regardless of small prices The Democrat talks of Owens and Settle men gorging themselves on Breckinridge soup at Forks of Elkhorn and then making fun of the food Come boys own up That soup was no better than dish water and the sheep were raw You couldnt eat it yourselves surely you should not get nettled because decent people refused to do so His soup like everything connected with Breckinridge was a little tainted Settle pours oil on Breckinridge His and throws mud at Owens Millville friends wont forget it for Owens and Settle men alike up this way abhor Breckinridge Mr Settle boasted that were he out of the way his friends in Owen Henry and Oldham would We dont go to Breckinridge believe it His friends here are all going to Owens regardless of his being in the way Come back and make a few more friends for We are thankful for Owens small favors but would be glad to have you come again JACOB SWIGERT ON MAIN STEET CO Have Removed From the Batzell Building TO 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Easement nf the Capital Hntel BSTThey will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a short time THE KEW F F T LIMITED Important Change in Schedule of the C Os Pet Train Commencing Sunday May 13th the F F V Limited will leave Cincinnati dailv at 1220 noon arriving at Washington at 740 a Baltimore 900 a m Phila Â¬ m delphia 1120 a m and New The train will York 140 p m consist of Composite Car Elegant Day Coach with Smoking Com- Â¬ partment Dining Car Pullman Sleeping Cars of the latest and most improved design and an Emphasis is Observation Car especially placed on the ObservaBuilt by the Pullman tion Car Company from Chesapeake and Ohio plans the F F V Observation Cars serve their purpose better than any others that have ever been constructed As the F F V Limited is the only train having an Observation Car attached it necessarily fol- Â¬ lows that the Chesapeake and Ohio Ry alone has scenery interesting enough to demand an Observation Car The FFV Limited is the only train runnjng through from Cincinnati to New York that enables the business men to transact business in Cincinnati one day and New York the next It is the only train for Jersey City Coast resorts which arc reached by the F F V at dinner time instead of It is the only in the evening train that enables business men to transact business in Cincinnati one day and reach Washington for It is breakfast the next morning most desirable train for New the England resorts connections being made in the Union Depot in with the Colonial Washington running through to Boston Express which reaches New Haven 410 p New London 530 p m m Providence 7 5 p m and Boston The F F V is the 830 p m only modern train lighted through- Â¬ out with Electricity carrying a Dining Car and an Observation Car The Washington and Atlantic Express also an Electric Lighted Vestibuled train will leave Cincin- Â¬ nati at 700 p m reaching Wash- Â¬ ington 240 p m and Old Point Connection Comfort 600 p m is made at Washington with the Boston Express or the Limited reaching New York pbout 900 At Norfolk connection is pm made with the Old Dominion reaching New Steamship Line York 300 p m the next day Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Advertised Letters at Frankfort IveiitiicJcr Below will be found a list of adver Â¬ tised letters for the week ending August 11 1894 Buokner Miss Ella Merrill Miss Annie Brndley Mr Joseph Mnnford M McElray Mr G F Breten Moe Miller Henry Chairman Bil of Black Wm Cathrie A Trustees Curry Park Piokett Miss Mattie Carter V H Pearce Wm Davis Mrs Emily Smith Snllie Dottthitt Mr Joe Slaughter MrThad- Dollnn Mis Kate deus Flynn Mr Robert Shackelford Pheoba Tyler Mrs Etlen Kinnie Tom Hughes J H Wilson Mr Luther Lewis Miss Cassan Walton Gus dra advertised When calling for these letters say S B Holmes P M THE BIG FOUR ROUTE Has the Best Terminal Facili Â¬ ties at Chicago All trains enter Chicago on the Illi- Â¬ nois Central tracks along six miles of the Lake Front through the most Â¬ Â¬ Bulldofus Heart Disease Curable The truth of this statement myb loubteil by many but when Dr IYauklin Miles the eminent Indiana specialist claims that beart disease is curable and proves it by thousands of testimonials of wonderful cures by his new heart cure it attracts the ideation of the millions suffering with short breath palpitationirreg ular pulse wind in stomach pain in io or shoulder smothering spells fulnting dropsy o A P Davis Silver Creek Nebraska by using four bottles cf Dr Miles New Heart Cure wos completely oured after twelve years suffering from heart diwease This wonderful remedy if ld by J W Gayle Books free 5 S41 tfflW He ran in towards the sidewalk in front of the drug store of Messrs Gayle on Bridge LeCompte street and one of the shafts struck an iron awning post The wagon was upset and the driver thrown out but not injured and the only damage done was to the harness which was considerably torn up Quite an excitement was created in that part of town by the runa way Â¬ Duekers The delivery wagon of Messrs McCoy was being Howard Weather very cool at night but driven across the St Clair street hot and dry in the day time bridge yesterday morning and Campaign talk is hot and con when about half way over the stantly growing hotter horse took fright and ran away is Miss Katie Beckett visiting friends in Franklin county connections Your ticket should read via the Big Four Route to enjoy these privileges E O McCormick Pass Trallic Mgr D B Martin Genl Pass Tkt Agt Big Four Route Cincinnati 0 m picturesque portion of the city and land passengers in the magnificent New Central Station on Twelfth street and Lake Front This station is con- Â¬ venient to the Auditorium Richelieu Victoria and Leland Hotels and with Â¬ in two blocks of the State and Wabash Street Cable Lines and the South Side Elevated Railway Con venient stops are also made at Hyde Park Thirty Ninth street and Twenty Second street Stations Magnificent Vestibuled Trains Parlor Cars Wagner Sleeping Cars Private Conipartment Buffet Sleeping Cars and Superb Dining Oars No transfer across Cincinnati to make Â¬ Â¬ and If Â¬ BROWNS IRON prm you fee wek worn out take all v 1 Eleven thousand anxious voters tender the Hon W C Owens their sympathy in his illness as they will give him their support is one of Loss of Flesh Coughs Colds poor health follow the first signs of next September Our young ladies and gentle men have surrendered the field of From eight courtship to the kids to twelve years constitutes a belle or a beau and the little tots seem Better go to be really in earnest home and let mama put your check aprons on for a little while longer little friends Hon E E Settle spoke at Mill ville on the evening of the fourth to an audience of 200 men women and children There were per- Â¬ haps ten or a dozen Settle men in the crowd Weak Lungs Diseased Blood Oats 1or Sale I for sale a new variety and large yield is assured For terms apply Wm Cromwell to have 40 bushels of winter oats Scotts Emulsion the Cream of Cod liver Oil cures all of these weakness- Â¬ es Take It in time to avert illness If you can Physicians the world over endorse It Dont be deceived by 46 4t Bucklens Arnica Salve Tho best salve in the world for Outs BrulROH Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fever Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns and all Skin Erup 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 Â¬ Two Moro Cases Two other children of Mr John Buttimer on High View now have diphtheria but as they had prompt medical attention it is hoped they will be relieved M Phil Oaupenter 8 ly Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Worlds Pair Highest Award Pwprl by Scott A Hownn N Y Substitutes All Drue tltta 4i 14 jpujiii Jtl ilU ik ifcWi ffimi0mmmm UbjL AkidMi AAWvtA titiiwtwmmmnm9miii i 2To Buttons Hair Pins velties Belt Buckles Hat Pins Waist Pins w fists jl ooppeRsyvuTH a specialty astp trade vyarcEa -- terline I Which have just placed on sale a new invoice of I am offering at never heard of prices Tro cra rosaiEs iasr posed reforms of Corea it may be of interest to know that the adviser of the king of the latter country is Clarence Greathouse a lawyer formerly of Versailles and later of Louisville who was appointed Consul General to Japan by President Cleveland in 1885 and when removed by Presiwent to Corea dent Harrison where he was appointed He Pang of Seoul by the king Â¬ large crop Our best wheat raisers think that all wheat ground both Two of the workmen engaged sod and stubble should be plowed Entered nt tfce post offlco at Fnin Wort Kentucky assecomi ciuss maimuie nutuer in removing the old bridge pier as early as practicable in order GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub from the north bank of the river that it may settle and become firm I haye obtained undertook to ride on the box before sowing reports from a number of corresFRANKFORT AUGUST 11 1894 filled with earth which was being pondents as to the yield per acre raised by the derrick and swung some few not being able to give Reorganized around to the bank Wednesday an estimate From those reporting The terms of two of the mem- afternoon and just as the box was I place the estimate at 16 bushbers of the board of directors of suspended over the pool of water els per acre CORN the Masonic Temple Company between the pier and the abutOne month ago I reported a having expired a meeting of ment of the bridge the foot of the the stockholders was held Wed mast of the derrick kicked out prospect for the largest crop of nesdav morning at which their and dropped the box with its corn ever raised in the State and I might say from all reports from successors were elected and the load into the water Both men other States the largest in the as follows went in up board reorganized to their waists but United States but a month can make a very great difference in a President B T were not injured by their fall A W Overton corn crop The rains have not Farmer Secretary Wm Crombeen general by any means and well M P Gray U Keenon Fell From a Window in many places where it has rained and Jacob Swigert Geo A Lewis Miss Mary Boston an employe there has not been enough to do The board have been unfortunate any good Reports from a great heretofore owing to the dull times at the residence of Gen D W many eounties say no rain of and the stringency in the money Lindsey on Second street sat any consequence since the snow in the window of her room I read very carefully the reports market in not being able to place down in the second story of and find it a very difficult matter the bonds of the company but the which is to tell which part of the State has matter will now be vigorously the house Monday night to en suffered most for the want of rain a in a snort time I r3ther believe that the Western pushed and it is hoped the temple joy cool Dreeze fell and Southern portions have rewill be completed before the snow she dropped off to sleep and out of the window to the ground ported more rain than the Middle flies below a distance of some twelve and Eastern parts but the drought An Ex Kciituckian She was badly seems to be very widespread not or fifteen feet confined to our State alone but Now that China and Japan have bruised but escaped serious injury to most of the corn growing States The average condition of the crop gone to war on account of proProgressing Rapidly is placed at 82 per cent in the little kingdom FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Ducked 1y the Derrick J EW6LER tiesai lijtb is solicited tti 1 wr -- n tt rw w rm r rv w nm w mr 2iJfTrKMWMWFiafcJklfJWt1liMEL fi i nr i mm irwkir7Ji7iKiiiCTk-r-ji-vi--it-j-i-ii--j- GASOLINE STOVES JJLLUlLiLJti Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Do r 37-o-u- OoqlrirLgr 5c Qioicls K7ith- - o vit an3r X3Teat uacaaucacijicakiacaBatiauaiaauB Â¬ IFOZES S-A-ILiIE B3T -A- -1TT STDEeEJESO Â¬ Â¬ THE BEST IS AYE THE CHEAPEST AVOID IMITATIONS OF AND SUBSTI TUTES FOR contractors have about completed the foundation of Mr William Cromwells new residence on South Shelby street and next week will raise the frame The well back from the house sits street and will have a large shady yard in front The- TOBACCO iiracc the Xerves Sedative and opiates wont do It These nervines d not make tne nerves strong and falling to do tills full short of producing tue And while essential of tlielr qu etude vigor In extreme cases and these only of nervous Irritation such drugs mar be auvlsable their frequent use Is highly prejudicial to the delicate ortMnlsm upon which they act and In order to renew their quieting effect Increased and dan Â¬ gerous doses eventually become necessary Hos tetter Stomach Hitters Is an efllclent substitute for such pernicious drugs It quiets the nerves by bracing toning strengthening them The between weAkness of the nervous connection system and that of thn organs of digestion Is a strong and sympathetic link The Bitters by Imparting a healthy Impulse to the digestive and assimilating functions promotes throughout the whole system a vigor In w ilch the nerves Pse the Bitters In iome In for a large share malaria constipation bilious and Kidney trou ble fcs A Targe Crowd All correspondents agree that the early planting of tobacco is doing fairly well making good growth and prospects of a fair crop but that the late setting is doing little or no good on account of the dry hot weather In many places it is firing very badly The present condition does not indi- Â¬ cate a very large crop The average acreage is placed at 79 per cenjt The average condition is placed at 75 per cent PASTURES Decl6 ly SAPOLIO TOBACCO KENTUCKY Crockers Honest Fertilizers I will sell to any reliable man in ton lots for 45 per ton on eight months time with note without interest If you dont want a ton call and get a sample order The announcement that Hon W C Owens would speak on ft R A very large per cent of the wheat crop of the State has been threshed fully enough to show that a good crop has been raised while the yield per acre is not so good in some parts of the State A Bllandsome Building principally those counties that suf fered most from snow all the corThe brick work on the double respondents say the berry is of a tenement house of Dr O H very superior quality I heard a Reynolds on Main street South miller say that this years crop and of wheat was really worth five Side is about completed shows that the building will be a cents more per bushel than last The years crop on account of the handsome improvement superior quality of the grain mansard portion is to be covered Some of the best wheat raising with dimension shingles painted in counties in the State suffered very Mr J M greatly from the snow and their imitation of slate already rented yields will not be very large but VanDerveer has one side of the house and the the average yield of the State will The Doctor has several applications be nearly up to an average price continues very low in fact for the other the market reports last week show that the price was lower than that Wants Jlim IJooketl After of corn Many farmers are using Col Dave Moore of Benson their crops as they did last year was in town Monday and said he feeding it to hogs in fact some farmers did not harvest their crop did not know that his friend Joe at all but turned their hogs in the Fears was crazy but when he saw field A gentleman in Mercer his estimate of the probable vote county said to me That he was between the candidates for the satisfied that he had saved the cost Democratic nomination for Con Â¬ of harvesting his crop by turning in his hogs and letting them eat gress in the last Roundabout he it up Very little plowing has was satisfied that there was some- Â¬ been done for wheat as yet and thing wrong with him and that he from the present prices the farmer has poor encouragement to sow a should be looked after at once I As Monday drew a large crowd to town in addition to the regularcourt Some stock was day assemblage disposed of on the street at low prices but the majority of those here were too much interested in politics to care for business and the sales closed early Mr Owens throat was too sore to permit him to talk but the boys had a good time just the same talking up their favorites Monthly Crop Report From the reports of correspon- Â¬ dents all kinds of pastures are un- Â¬ usually short for this time of year It is not an uncommon thing to commence feeding out stock in September but not often the case in August Stock water is report- Â¬ ed very scarce in some counties The condition as reported is 67 per cent HAY G L HHNNBN O O TO- - is very was put in the stack in short but fine condition The percent as reported is placed at 68 ine timotny hay crop JOHN DRISCOLL r OATS The average yield per acre is 25 1 5 bushels STOCK zraaziE 4 Reports good as to stock of all kinds from all parts of the State No disease of any kind has been reported FKUIT LJQUOfi MESCHMT For absolutely pure Whiskies Wines Bran dies Four-year-ol- d Remarks as to fruit generally a failure some few late apples in some sections About seventy five per cent of a crop of grapes GARDENS for medicinal and family use Anderson Co Whisky 2 per gallon Older goods at the same low rate c Â¬ 235 Broadway May 20 Cm Opposite Capitol Square many places gardens are seriously injured Early potatoes will make a fair crop In Nicholas McDowell Commissioner W HALL McKEE HARDIE DRUGGIST S OLD STAND FRANKFORT KY Aug 8 1894 A True Friend friend in need is a friend in Â¬ Every family should be pre pared to treat scalds burns bruises wounds cuts tc by keeping a box of Dr Hales Household Oinmont handy No other remedy gives such quick relief or exerts so soothing and heal Â¬ ing effect For irritated eyelids sore nostrils chapped lips and hands rough skin boils felons sores etc nothing equals it Price 25c and 50c at P HT Carpenters drug store o deed A Â¬ We keep a full line of DRUGS AND 1 PATENT MEDICINES G And cordially ask our friends to give us a call W McKEE HARDIE lun 21 It 1 GiYLE Ji fefefej jti Vj rr na Wi O IB OZKTXXaxailEZK President J VEHIGLiES felj At your own prices Until our annual invoice is taken on September 1st we will offer HARNESS AND SADDLERY gg W O KTXaraiKCIEZE Secretary- - nci na lioo Vehicles at Cost to Manufacture na na eta na BC1 Together with our entire stock of Harness Saddles Bridles Bits Whips and Dusters Wheels Spokes and Materials of every kind go in All Leather na na 12a na ua ua no US WJ CO ca Ba no Kj na IT na na 122 na EU tan ca en ca THIS GREAT NO PROFIT SALE - FOR CASH KTOTHINCSr RESERVEDEverybody is buying so will you if you only come and get our prices THE aa no no uu net co nn ca no KENTUCKY 1894 BUGGY ririrrinrirrirnrJnr7irnr1arnar37TracaKncanriTirarnrTrnrinnnrJnr7irinKBarn uatauaEaioucyEULiaeyEueairyica na na ca not ra naracanarananananarjanaEarianarananananananararararanarinranannrtnri cu u caEUUuuutycuEuuuEHEUEyuuLaaiUaiUE - HARNESS WORKS oa r7 FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT AUGUST 11 An Old Document v pO f FB0NKFOBT - COLLEGE YOU WANTI2ST02ST FOR TO GKET p 8S I 894 Judge L Hord has shown us an extra of the old Frankfort Com- Â¬ a newspaper estabmonwealth lished and published by Col Orlando Brown sr and Col A G Hodges and found among the old papers in the family of the late Col Orlando Brown jr contain ing the proceedings of a meeting of the friends of Henry Clay held in this city in November 1844 just after Mr Clay was defeated for the Presidency by James K Polk The object of the meeting was the erection on one of the beauti- Â¬ ful hills surrounding Frankfort of a marble column in honor of the Henry Clay great statesman This meeting organized an associa- Â¬ tion called The Clay Testimonial The folSociety of Kentucky lowing officers were unanimously NOVEMBER 22 1 Â¬ First term of ensuing year will begin September 12 1894 course of study in YOUNG XvJLDlKS Â¬ A full THIS OFFER tvv ENGLISH LATIN GREEK FRENCH GERMAN SPANISH LITERATURE COMPOSITION ELOCUTION CONVERSATION DELSARTE MUSIC ART MENTAL PHILOSOPHY OF ELEMENTS ETHICS CRITICISM POLITICAL ECONOMY HISTORY NATU RAL SCIENCES MATHEMATICS PRIMARY BRANCHES ABLE EFFICIENT FACULTY Â¬ Our inventory disclosing too much UPHOL STERED FURNITURE We will until further notice offer at Â¬ A first class college in every feature A good home most pleas- Â¬ antly located in which mo t careful attention will be given to the culture health and comfort of pupils Hojs Admitted xo the Academic Department Pri- Â¬ Prepare for admission to best Colleges and Universities Full For terms and further information apply to mary course alo Every piece of Upholstered Furniture in our stock consisting of Parlor c Come while Suits Rockers Easy Chairs Sofas the assortment is unbroken -- - RRDUGRD PRIGE8 R greatly T S 23a urrjes ID- - XD 207 Second Street Fronting Bridge 2residexit I Excursion to the Association The next se sion of Franklin Biptist Association will be held with the church at Mt Carmel near Po sgrovs la idinj on the ROGERS SON 1 DR W KELLEY OF CINCINNATI O will be at tne Â¬ PHOENIX HOTEL IN LEXINGTON KY t rtf feH 22 J and 23d of this mouth and an excursion b jat will be run from Saturday August 18 1894 elected this city to Pihgrovc on both HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without R P Letcher President operation and nltu little or no pain Vice Presi days which will give the delegates REEEBENCES James Davidson and visitors from tfie upper end of W McKee Hardle FninMort Ky dent J A scott Frankfort Ky Anthony Leach Frankfort Edmund H Taylor Treasurer the county an opportunity of at J T staten Frankfort Ky Ky tending with ut taking a long V Berberlcti Frankfort Ky Thos B Stevenson Secretary Kev L I Uulett Benson Ky A H McUlure Frankfort Ky Corresponding dusty ride Harlen James V J Hugljes Frankfort Ky I ra ii We believe in plain Advertise no baits they are misleading Sy business methods to give each and every patron equal value aurglca I You think that is the proper way for an honest reliable mer- - g rn chant What lasting advantage can a dealer attain who habit- - ca na ca ually deceives iJ WE DONT 1 L3EI paa r I f 2 11WL 1 lowest in prices jti Secretary Henry Wingate Clerk M R Stealy Architect The following twenty six gentle Jimmic Gets a Pension f A S ft ffV i James McCu lo igj of this city better known as Jtmmie the well has beii granted a pen- Â¬ 259 W Eight St ClndnnatlO men were elected members of the Digger CONSULTATION FREE in the He s rved eight years John J sion Executive Committee navy and was with Farragut at Crittendon Orlando Brown M Mobile Bay bdng a sailor on the Dobs Your Sigftt Blur R Stealy A G Hodges Robert P Seminole W Scott Franklin Dillon A Does Your Byes Burn or Water Cox O G Cates Lewis Sneed Sys em Does Your Head Ache To Cleans the And Your Glasses Dont Suit Dudley John Harvie sr Peter COME AND CONSULT ME THE WEEK OK A S Parker W D Reed Chas Effectually yet gently when cosS Morehead L Brodhead Philip tive or billions r when the blood ADGDST 13 th to 18th Inclusive Â¬ Swigert John A Holton W VV is impure or lugish to perma A SELBEKTS AT M Â¬ Bacon Lysander Hord Thos S nently cure habitual constipaJEWELRY STORE Theobald A W Dudley John C tion to awaken the kidneys and Frankfort Ky Herndon John Morris James liver to a iieiltuy ativty with Milam Thomas S Page and John out irritating or weakening them r 2iB to dispel headaches cold- - or lever C Bates FigA committee was also appoint- - use Syiup of ed who issued an address to the Whigs of Kentucky composed Awarded following gentlemen Orlan- Highest HonorsWorlds Fair of the do Brown James Harlan J J Crittenden R P Letcher Thos Eyes examined with the Oculist B Stevenson B B Sayre L Test Case and the modern imBrodhead Ben Monroe Chas S proved scientific instruments free Morehead and G W Craddoclc of charge Of the thirty five gentlemen above Frames Accurately lilei to the Face named only two are now living LENSES CIDBID Tl SUIT HOUR VISION Judges Lysander Hord and Geo Being a graduate Optician and W Craddock making the errors of refraction a It is much to be regreted that a specialty I am prepared to take from some cause the column testi Â¬ charge of all eyes both old and monial to the great man was never young and fit them with glasses at erected the most moderate price MOST PERFECT MADE A pure Grape ZEHAGEN E Fon SalbohRbnt- - My dwelling from Ammonia Cream of Tartar Powder Free Alum or any other adulterant house on Ann street Opthalmic Optician Lexington Ky 40 YEARS THE STANDARD J T Buckley tf Â¬ David Moore Benson Ky jaa M Wlthrow Frankfort Ky DR KELLEYS oftlce and residence Is at 269 West ElUth streetClndnnatl and where he may Eta be found every day of each week except SATUR- Â¬ i2J Pamphlets describing these diseases DAYS nnd the mode of treatment sent free to any one W I KKLLEY M D by addressing nei 03 Us that we handle the finest grades of good reliable Men cJ Women and Childrens Shoes and we always aim to be the jJ BELIEVE Hats Caps School Books I cm 13 EJ A hi en en IN c na rrl Are too frequently resorted to by some but we maintain our Sa 5 DECEPTIONS rn eta y W gg na r oa na ua na ra ua na na na na f tin na na ua The Old Reliable Shoe Dealers na na atii nnrananaranaranananananana ranananananacananacaBnricjnn yu old honest methods that have stood the test of 30 years with cu and are here still na R K McCLURE SON t i Â¬ F 17 m A 4 DR Â¬ 109 WHAT DOES IT MEAN It mum thik the Qucra nnJ Crciront Rout It IT mllet shortcit txtwem tlmlntiKI ami Leiingtuni iiJrailn ihorttit Cincinnati to lllr inlnghami 0 milci ihorteit Cincinnati to Mw Orlcanit 104 uilk- hottt - 23 90 Vii CREAM Cincinnati to tlwttiuioogn Atlmita or JacktunvilU Florida BAKING SOLiD VESTIBULED TRAINS between nil of tho afcora polnti Throunh Cars to Vlckibnr and rT Oulr lino running throupli cart inclnnntl to knoxvllto anil jHrt Direit lino to Texai and Mulco vU Ntw Orleans or Aihuille S V Aik acnt atuut tnurn to California From Louliillle la Hhreveiort Hhfllij vlllo nnd Iuwrrnoljiiririliroit rouutction it made at Lexiiigtoa with vullualiJ train tu ull julut iJoutn W C IUNKAKSO Oeal Ianr Agent Cincinnati O mm I N -- 0 kMhiMi k ii QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE M Mk jjDjiljIMiUllllXiaj iJBnliiiririMf ttMi ifiMii Hi iHnmr t Timf rnrn lThtoartfciaiMhftMWrtfi MiJiinftiirtiitiiwifiiiMnamMrti 1 TO RE3DUCE Vehicles and Harness Vie will for the next 30 days offer our entire stock of j Our vehicles oousist of Carriages Buggies Cut Under Stationary and Jump c made by the following Seat Surreys Light Eoid Wagons Spring Wagons Standard Manufacturers Columbian Buggy Co H H Babcoek Co Troy Carriage C Woodhull Sayres Co Troy Buggy Works Lideigii Carriage Co W Scovell and Overman Carriage Co MT COST HKHH OUR STOCK OF HARNESS Consists of Heavy Coupe Track Brake and Buggy Harness all hand made Cail and examine our stock early if you want a bargain MASTIN RELIGIOUS Deaths Baptist Church There will be no Glore Mrs Sallie Glore wife services to morrow the paslor being of Mr John T Glore died Sunabsent on his vacation illSunday school in the Chapel at 930 day afternoon at 345 after an The de- Â¬ ness of only a few days am The Young Peoples meeting in the ceased was a daughter of the late Ohapel at 715 p m Edmund V Stephens and leaves Â¬ Â¬ Catholic Church Rev Father an infant only a few days old to W E Gorey the pastor will conduct the care of her grown daughter the services at Church of the Good The misfortune to the family is Shepherd to morrow peculiarly sad from the fact that High mass at 730 a in Low mass 10 a m Benediction after first mass her husband was so unfortunate J hands by the explosion of a blat Loos of Louisville editor of the Guide will preach to morrow at 11 a and she had since that time looked Christian Church Rev W several years ao as to lose both after and cared for him as tenderly as if he were an infant and he every Episcopal Church The morning will miss her more and more service to morrow will be conducted day by Rev Alex Hensley The funeral took place MonJay night No service at afternoon at 4 oclock and the re First Presbyterian Church Â¬ mains were deposited in the family Rev Mr Lindsey will occupy the pul lot in the cemetery pit to morrow at 11 oclock Union Slushek Mrs Frank Slusher service at night died Tuesday at the home of her Rev H G husband in the Flat Creek neigh Methodist Church Her Henderson will preach to morrow at borhotod of m tlarial fever 11 a m funeral took place Wednesday No service at night Warren Mr Lee C Warren Sunday school meets at 930 a m died at his home in New Berlin Southern Presbyterian Church Illinois on Saturday and the re Rev D Clay Lilly the pastor here Tuesday will occupy his pulpit to morrow mains were brought The deceased was morning at 11 oclock No service for interment at night of the late Ches Warren a brother Sunday School at 930 of this county and was for many Protracted Meeting A protract years a resident of the Forks of ed meeting will be commenced at Elkhorn Evergreen Baptist Church near Welch Mr James W Welch Rev O J Bridgeport to morrow Wednesday Jackson the pastor will be assisted died at 2 oclock Rev B B Bailey of Winchester morning at his home on Main by All are invited to attend street after a brief illness Sunday Tie Union services will be held to- Â¬ a week ago he was taken with morrow evening at the First Presby cholera morbus but on Wednesterian Church and Rev H G Hen day of last week was able to be derson will deliver the discourse out again Thursday night he was again taken ill and on Friday beThe protracted meeting conducted by Rav George Darsie at Waddy is came unconscious in which state attended by crowds which the church he remained until his death the cannot accomodate There had been disease being pronounced paraly- Â¬ seventeen additions to the church up sis of the brain by his physician to Tuesday night about 55 The deceased was The religious revival which has years of age and was born in been going on in the prison was this closed Sunday when thirteen of the Ireland but raised in prisoners were baptised by Rev W B citv where he had numerous Cooper the chaplain m Uo night service Â¬ I Â¬ W A GAINES friends and relatives He leaves a L B MARSHALL widow but no children to mourn his loss His funeral took place Thursday afternoon from the Church of the Good Shepherd For many years Mr Welch was a member of the Frankfort Cornet Band and that organization at tended the funeral in a body and performed the funeral march at the he id of the procession as it moved through the streets Holmes Mr William Holmes Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a of this city died at the Soldiers share of the insurance patronage Real estate bought sold or leased line of both city and country property for sale at all times Home at Dayton Ohio on Thurs- Â¬ i A good He was a day aged 59 years tailor by trade and had ueen a OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET resident of this city for some During the war he fifteen years was a soldier in the Third Ken- Â¬ His health failing tucky Infantry he went to the Soldiers Home Life Insurance bought and sold abont eight months ago where he and loans negotiated spent the remainder of his life He leaves a widow and five chil- Â¬ FRAME COTTAGE OF FOUR ROOMS AT Hill The remains dren all grown FOR RENT were taken to his old home at FOR SALE Danville for interment RESIDENCE OF TWO STORY I know an old soldier who had A seven rooms withFRAME grounds on Murray large chronic diarrhoea of long standing to rnWO FRAME COTTAGES OF FOUR ROOMS street South Side have been permanently cured by J euch on Taylor avenue This Is good property taking Chamberlains Colic Cholera thi rightund will be sold on easy payments to party If you are Interested come says Ed- Â¬ quick and Diarrhoea Remedy ward Shumpik a prominent druggist I have sold of Minneapolis Minn the remedy in this city for over seven years and consider it superior to any Lo- Â¬ 210 FARM A FINEroadmilesOFfrom ACRES Is FINELY good Frankfort on a cated 8 other medicine now on the market upon which there a brick resi FRAMERESIOENCE OFCROOMS turnpike 25 and 50 for bowel complaints TWO STORYstreet with rooms and dence of rooms Lewis cent bottles of this remedy for sale by Is very vulu ible property lot 53 by 106 feet This all other 5necessarya tenement of fourThis land Is Improvements BROTHERS L 6 MARSHALL CO Real Estate and Insurance Ags FORJENT FOR SALE FOR SALE Â¬ Phil Carpenter gist South Side Drug Â¬ In a high state of cultivation the Improvements are In tine condition and In order to mukea quick sale will be offered at a bargain e iwmwn ui WW MS A Mill T7K MARK OF THE BEST BUSINESS ESTABLISH merits In the city consisting of Rood clean stock of goo Is and a well established profitable trade This Is a line opportunity for a man with capital FORJ3ALE FOR SALE FARM OF 253 ACRES 3 MILES FROM Frankfort 011 a good turnpike road with a residence of 0 rooms 2 tenement houses 2 to- Â¬ bacco and stock burns besides all other neces sary Improvements All of the Improvements Including the fencing on this property ure new und In nrst cluss condition This farm has a quantity of line tobacco land and would also make a tlrst class stock farm It also has u young peach orchard of u thousand trees besides other A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ to order Our rule Is use only best mutorlal und employ none but the best STORY BRICK RESIDENCE OF 8 ROOMS This workmen Special attention given repairs und TWO 14 acres of land In Bridgeport vehicles repulntlng old Is good property and Is offered at n bargain f factuniiK SPECIALTY OF MANU- - FOR SALE Â¬ fruit Â¬ Factory Lewis St Near the River Aprll-14-tf - t ACRES WITH 2 RESIDENCES FARM OF Mrs Liz- A und otherGOnecessary Improvements two zie Walcutt has rented and moved miles from Frankfort This property Is ull In crass and would make an excellent Dairy or into the Herndon prop- rty cor- Â¬ Garden farm ner of Second and Steele streets where she is prepared to accom- Â¬ modate boarders by the day or week at reasonable ratcs Boarders Wanted Â¬ FORSALE FOR SA LE OF RESIDENCE property has a lot and Is well located 7 ROOMS ON HOLMES 07 by 150 feet - I 48 4 1 -- L B MARSHALL CO I li iilliimllnmMMMimliMUM r je 10000 Bolts Wall Paper at Greatly Reduced Prices Screen Wire Screen Doors and Windows tc Hardware and Wall Paper Harness Saddles and Collars Sherwin and Williams Paints Lead Oils and Colors Iron and Steele Roofing Bar Iron Plows Barbed and Plain Wire Varnish and Brushes Blacksmiths Material Mill Supplies Sash and Door Rubber Cloth Sole and Harness Leather Rubber Hose Whips and Glass Lime and Cement Rims Spokes and Wheels Hoes Forks and Rakes Rock and Barrel Silt Rope and Twine of all kinds Binders Twine Fish Hooks and Lines Powder Shot and Shells Shovels and Picks Sewer and Flue Pipe in need of them On the above and hundreds of other articles we are making unusually low prices JC Do not fail to call when Cor Main and Lewis Streets 13nse Ball PM A COLLINS in Opposite the Farmers Bank Â¬ After having the game appar- Â¬ the Frankforts fell down in the stretch and allowed Mt Sterling to walk away from them at that place on Monday It was an exciting contest both teams alternating in the lead The Mountaineers batted last and when they came to bat in the ninth the score was 12 to 11 in favor of the Capital City lads After Stultz had struck out McDonald and Harper Crane was given a life on Ryans error R Hall made a hit and White brought them both in by a three bagger The victors were as much surprised at the result as the van won Â¬ ently Â¬ M If 1 - No change of cars or depots One glance at the map will conO is the vince you that the C GUARANTEED Miss Mattie Jouett of Stamping POSITIONS only line to Washington under reasonable conditions Our FREE 96 pass Tickets go on sale August 22d Ground is the guest of Miss catalogue will explain why we can afford it to 26th inst good until Septem Â¬ Annie Reed Dragons Practical Business College ber 15th NASHVILLE TENN Mr J R Hawkins and sister Write for catalogue AB R IB SB FO A E Frankfort For full information sleeping Miss Millie of the Bridgeport Book keeping Shorthand Penmanship and Tele 1 1 LlmUey II cf 4 20 1 0 graphy We spend more money in the interest of write 1 4 1 Hall 2b 0 4 5 1 car berths tickets etc oer EmploymemDepartment than half the Business neighborhood paid us a flying Colleges take in 3001400 Davis c as tuition 4 weeks by our method George W Barney Meredyth ss teaching book keeping is equal to 12 weeks by the visit last Tuesday FKANKFORT Id su ro ab 4 0 Burke 3b lo02n1 1 teachers old plan Division Pass Ayent 60O students past year no 1 J 0 0 4 Hyan lb o 30007 Barret cf enter anv We have Misses Sallie Webb and Katie vacation prepared time Cheap Board adapted 633 03 3 Hall c 2b Tannehill p Lexington Ky recently books especially 10 to 3308 6 Meredyth 88 c 4 Merchant If Steuber of Cincinnati are the 00 or HOME STUDY 5 21 01 VanDerveer rf Burke 3b 1 4 3 0 13 Sent on 60 days trial Writeus and explain Hranlb SfUeStS Of Mrs Virtiie reatherStOII H B Lousdon w U 1 1 vnnT wants 6 0 32 N BWa na 3 5 2 24 11 4 Totals Merchant 2b as raahfnr all va 1 5 000 VanDerveer If cancies as book keepers stenographers teachers Agent L N R R Mrs Howard Black is in Mini e clerks etc reported to us provided we fill eamq 1 1 5 00 Stultz p Georgetown ab r 1b sh ro a e 40000 Swango rf City sota where she was called a few 1 4 1 1 1 0 Ramp ss 44 12 13 0 2C 13 2 Bradler If Totals 00 das since by the serious illness of JwIyH lGt Danlesrf Blood Will Tell ol olol Morgan cr 4 her mother All It IB 811 TO A E Mt Stebling 1 2 McGrew Jb 3 3 Crane lb c Kalkoff o According to the condition of it 13 1 fRSrw The dry hot weather has very 1 3203 fa 0 1 Hayes 3b 5 Hall 3b 4 Â¬ Tenly lb White ss 4 0 0 0 14 0 0 If in bad order it shows itself in pim Â¬ ples sallow complexion and various material y shortened the milk sup1 Boylan p 3 Burnett c lb 4 200 0 0 3 20001 Daniels p erruptions of the skin If in good ply 4 630 7 32 4 Punch 2b Totals 227 14 6 order it shows in the clear complex- Â¬ Brown rr My boy was taken with disease McDonald It Innings 12 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 T ion the glow of health the good resembling bloody flux aThe Harper cf spirits The latter condition you first Frankfort by thought of Dr 39 13 13 2 27 13 10 Geergetown 10100092 X 4 can produceTea the use of bloodHalesÂ¬ thing ICholera and was Chamberlains Totals Household Diarrhoea Remedy puri Colic the great Innings 56789T 23 fier and nerve tonic 25c and 50c Two doses of it settled the matter Earned Runs Georgetown 2 14 0 4 0 0 0 12 Frankfort a package at P H Carpenters drug and cured him sound and well I Three Base Hits Merchant Ramp Mt Sterling 0 3 11 2 13 31 c heartily recommend thisremedy to all store Stolen Bases Morgan Kalkoff Hayes persons suffering from a like corn Double Plays Hayes and McGrew Hall and Two out when winning run was scored Forks of Elkliorn Ryan complaint I will answer any inqui- Â¬ Earned Runs Frankfort 3 Mt Sterling 4 ries regarding it when stamp is in- Â¬ Bases on Balls Off Tannehill 2 off Boylan 2 C Two Base Hits Meredyth Burke Aug 28 Sept I closed refer Struck Out By Tannehill 2 by Boylan 2 Base Hits Merchant White Burnett Three As previously announced the as to my Iabilityto any county official O Wm P Time of Game 1 40 DAILY Punch protracted meeting commenced at Primroy Campbell Co Roach J For Tenn Umpire Marshall Home Runs Crane and Burnett TnOTTINa ICYCtB N Â¬ Buck Run Church July 23d con- sale by Phil Carpenter South Side Scorer Lewis Stolen Bases Meredyth 2 Stultz 2 White T Championship Athletic Contests tinuing ten days resulting in 19 Druggist McDonald E Double Plays Merchant Halland Ryan Whits Largest Poultry Shew Ever Given The locals were again defeated accession to the church 10 by ex- Â¬ Dr Hales Household Ointment Punch and Burnett S FINEST SHOW ON EARTH owing perience and baptism and 9 by Hit by Pitcher Swango Daniels Punch Brown at Georgetown Thursday T Rev S C Mitchell Is the fluesfc remedy in the world letter By Stultz 9 by Daniels 6 Struck Out t principally to the miserable pitch pastor had the assistance of Rev It absolutely cures catarrh It cures Stoek Flowers Womens Work Etc S Passed Balls Hall 2 Meredyth 3 Burnett 1 ing of Stultz though they were Wm A Borum pastor of the Neuralgia and Rheumatism Cures Crane 1 Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum Wild Pltch Stultz also the victims of hard luck Baptist Churchat Middlestorough in the most soothing manner CureB Excursion Rates on All Railroads I Time 6t Game 210 Granulated Eyelids Umpires Rogers Stultz was hit hard only in the Mrs Borum accompanied her hus- Inflamed and and Colds Equipped Orounds in America Coughs Scorer Barret band and rendered valuable assis- Cures internally A positive Can be Best specific taken eighth inning but he was so un- Â¬ tance in the song services AND CHILDREN FIEE FIRST DAY I The for pneumonia Cuts Bruises Burns steady as to completely discourage prayers of the entire Christian Chilblains Sores of long standing LADIES The game with Georgetown at his support Boylan was again a community is that thev may be Corns and Bunions are cured quickly BEND FOR CATAXOOtTE different from all else superior to all Xhorn Hill on Tuesday was a very puzzle HORACE W WILSON Secy to the Frankfort boys but spared long in the service of the else it has no equal 25 and 50c boxes SHELBY T HARBISON Prest close and exciting one and should Largo size cheapest Sold at P H they hit him harder than the score Lord 8 Carpenters drug store have been won by the locals In would indicate at least a half Bro Burdin reports that his XaCE- the first inning Lindsey and Hall Miles Nerve and Liver Fills dozen line drives being made which meeting at Beech Ridge Shelby made hits Davis sacrificed each a went directly at the fielders and county has closed resulting in Act on a new principle regulating twenty or more additions to the the liver stomach and bowels though base and Meredyth got his base which had the latter been playing church Dr He is now engaged in a the nerves A new discovery on balls Burke then sent a only a few feet away would have protracted effort at Bethel this Miles Pills speedily cure biliousness grounder to McGrew who touched been good for one or more bases bad taste torpid liver piles constipa- Â¬ county tion Splendid for men women and The Direct and Popular Line to second forcing out Meredyth but each Such is base ball however The school at Crutchers com- children Smallest mildest surest 60 doses for 25 cents threw wild to first Lindsey and Samples free at menced last Monday Miss Jennie J W GayleBPrankfortKy The score 45 ly Hall scoring and Burke going to Goddard teacher aii it In an m Fkankfoht second Ryan hit to Ramp at Barret 2b Mrs Sue Quinn of Georgetown 2 20 PUBLIC SALE 1 1 10 Davis c short who also threw wild to first Meredyth ss has been in our midst this week 0 a00 3 3b and Burke scored Tannehill hit Butke lb u I will sell at my farm on the Frankfort and Ryan 4 2 Mrs Mattie Lou Harrison and And all Points NORTH and WEST 2 4 Versailles pike 8 miles from Versailles and 6 cf to center but Morgan muffed the Tannehill Mr Levert Harrison of Mur miles from Frankfort 1 4 Stultz p 3 0 VanDerveer fly Ryan going to third and the Swango rf If freesboro Tennessee are visiting September 1 3 00 l 1894 Vestibuled Trains relatives in this county At lOoclock my crop stock household and kitch batter to second Merchant re- Â¬ Totals 1 J 7 2 27 en furniture farmliu Impllments Ac 1 nice Dining Oar Services Miss Nora Hertel who has beerr InwKy horte 3 minute 1 extra farm horse tired the side Ramp to Tenly GUOIIOETOWW A All it In an 10 1 nrny mare and co t Palace Chair Cars 4 Rump 4 the guest of Miss Annie South mare and colt 1 Percheron horse 11 tine buiwy 2 and the locals could do nothing in Bradley sslb 5 0 10 by Pegasus I yearllmr Jno Wilkes Fulman Buffet Sleepers for several weeks past has re- colt 1 5 2b l siwuie yeaning Keepsake l bay the remaining eight innings For McGrew cf Morgan 3 0 0 bay Vhawmut Jno Wilkes turned to her home in Greenup 1 reglsteied Jersey bull W C P 1 Jersey II c 4 6 the visitors Ramp led off with a Kalkoff p lioylun 6 0 2 belfer 1 milch cow 12 ucree of corn In shock 2 And Only First Classs Accommodations county U 4 cover ricks of hay 30J bushels ot wheat 75 For Further Information Address three base hit to left and scored Daniels 3blr Hayes 4 1 3 1 6Urey double harness Mr Sam Martin who has been stock hois harness 1pole and Mccormick Kinder l Fitzgerald rf 4 0 0 bugio and sulky 1 on Bradleys sacrifice Daniels r row Disc very ill during the past two or 1 mower i cultivators 1Chilled tinPlows l2 smooth 1 41 11 12 C 0 27 lug harrow 2 Oliver double W G Crnth D Pi A Sryan C P A hit safely but Morgan and Mc- Â¬ Totals bhuvel plows 1 poney plow 2 firm wagons 1 8 three weeks is much better horse cart 1 wheat fan 1 cutting box 1 corn Innings 9T Grew were easy outs 12346G78 1 Mr John Church has been very shellerl 21 gallon kettle 1 12 gallon kettle 8 They Frankfort 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 good hemp brakes one hay frame LOUISVILLE KY Georgetown 0 0 2 0 1 0 1 C 0 11 made another in the third on Boy TEHMS OF SALE All sums 20 and under sick for some time cash all sums over 20 u credit of six months OR security lans hit Ramps sacrifice and KarneJ Runs Georgetown The most distressing accident without Interest at Approved September 5 1891 Sale promptly 10 a m It J F0Ji Bradleys hit and in the eighth Two Huso Iiltn Tannehill Kalkolf 2 Hayes that has occured in our community L II PAB1USU Homo Run Bradley Aug 4 Auctioneer Â¬ Â¬ 11 quished Some of the spectators amused themselves by firing such epithets etc jail birds as convicts at the visitors an example of wit of about as high a quality as their breeding must have been The score Morgan was out Meredyth to Ryan McGrew took first on balls and Kalkoff hit safely Hayes forced McGrew at third on a grounder to Tannehill and Kalkoff and Hayes made a double steal of third and second respectively Tenly hit an easy one to Meredyth which Claude took in but fired the ball over Ryanshead Kalkoff and Hayes scoring Boylan went out Meredyth to Ryan and the score was 4 to 3 in favor of Georgetown In the ninth Ryan and Tannehill were easy outs but Merchant made a long hit down the left field fould line He stopped before reaching first however thinking it a foul and was only able to reach third when if he had run it out he could have tied the score VanDerveer went out from third to first and the game was over The score -- they won the game Stolen Bases Davis McGrew Morgan 2 Passed Ball Davis 3 Kalkoff 2 Wild Pltch Stultz Bases on Balls Off Boylan 3 off Stultz 7 Hit by Pitcher Swango Itamp 2 Morgin Fitzgerald Struck Out By Boylan 2 by Stultz 8 Double Plays Stultz and Ryan Burke Davis and Ryan Time of Game 1 55 Umpire Can trill Scorer Lewis Knights of Pythias The only direct line from Frank- Â¬ fort to Washington D C is the Chesapeake and Ohio route there- Â¬ fore if you are going to attend the Knights of Pythias Conclave which convenes August 22d to to 26th inst you will want to take O the C Two fast trains leave Frankfort daily and arrive in Washington three hours in advance of any other line L H FINNELL RUHOVTE a long time took place on the Formerly of Wakefield Choate evt ning of July 27 1894 resulting in the instant death of Mr Lee Triplett by a traction en- Â¬ Mr gine running over him Cleveland who was the Jos AND engineer called Mr Triplett to assist him in the management of FACTORY the engine while ascending a very HOGSHEAD steep grade when by some una- Â¬ voidable means one of the cogs HAVING PURCHASED THE PLANING MILL hogshead slipped causing the engine to back Congleton tobaccoI am preparedfactory of Messrs Bros to furnish catching Mr Triplett in such a SHINGLES way as to result as above stated DOORS SASH TURNED BLINDS WORK Mr Norman Wilkerson who was FRAMES STAIR WORK with the machine was con- Â¬ also AND ALL KINDS OF- siderably mashed up narrowly es- Â¬ caping the fate of his companion a BCouc Revs Rav and Vircin of as well as tobacco hogsheads Factory one Georgetown College visited our half blocks from Post Office on river front nrfm A share of public patronage Is solicited town last week Mr Richard Stone who has FINNELI been residing in Missouri during CHOATE Sept i lv the past five years is visiting friends and relatives in this section FLA1OTG MILL -- Finish For 3010351 0012 0100 4000100 H 1 -- 68107 5340151 5241511 110 5001000 3110001 500U403 30112 4010100 0003 110301 100351 Jam 3000000003 LEXINGTON FfflR RAGRS m W JS Â¬ T-A-IE- m y MONON ROUTE Â¬ CHICAGO 010 000 000 5th Â¬ i Â¬ inare3-yenr-ol- d 1 4 C -- n 5t Jas Barker G P A Chicago 111 UH1i imtX tmtmmmimmmiimaimmi - r-- r- tUtmtmmmmmn ftB7l TBT IMuatiMiHil L tLLf rl u I wny R1TC IE WyWT r immense ATTRACTIONS iiiiihhwi Grand Program for tli entire month of AUGUST at CRTJTCHEK - ST ARKS re- - r No use to write you a long story The prices tell the tule One thing please niember THIS SALE IS FOR CASH CLOTHING Childrens knee pants 15c to 1 Cottonade pants only 49c The best jeans pants reduced to 99c One lot of fancy D B duck vests latest styles duced to 1 SHOES One lot ladies Oxfords only 60c reÂ¬ SHOES Large sizes only FURNISHINGS handkerchiefs reduced to 5c handkerchiefs reduced to were suspenders reduced to 15c were 25c suspenders reduced to 25c were 50c working shirts only 22c strong cheviot working shirts cut to 48c fine penang negligee shirts cut to Si were S2 fine white pleated bosom shirts Wilson Bros make cut to Si were Si 75 Mens socks cut to 4c Mens finesocks black and tan were 20c One lot mens fine net undershirts cut to 25c were One lot ladies patent tip Oxfords only 89c were Si 25 One lot ladies tan Oxfords only 99c were Si 50 One lot ladies hand sewed patent vamp shoes only S250 were S4 50 One large lot Bennett only S250 were 5 One big lot childrens suits reduced to 150 One big lot childrens suits reduced to 299 were 4 and 5 Barnards fine hand sewed Oxfords Small sizes left Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens 8jc I2c Ti One large lot mens and boys satinet suits only 3 One large lot mens wool suits fine goods cut to 6 Mens fine corkscrew suits cut to g were 15 One lot mens fine clay suits Si 5 were S25 One lot boys long pant suits ages 14 to 19 all wool cut to 6 were 10 10 One large lot white canvas Oxfords only 99c were Si 50 One large lot ladies kid shoes only Si 10 were Si 50 One large lot mens 6 and 7 I2c shoes go at S4 50c and 12 Blue and black cheviot all wool suits go at g and Now is the time to buy shoes Never in the history of this county were prices so cut as at present One lot mens fine neckwear cut to 25c One large lot P K shirts fine goods reduced to 75c were Si 50 One big lot umbrellas cut to 75c One large lot trunks bags telescopes prices all cut M cjexttcmee Zilpali The drouth still continues with no prospect of abating The sick list is increasing among the number are Miss Lulie Jones Mrs Mattie Skelton Mrs Mattie Gordon and many others too numerous to mention Mr J W Black M M w1 i several children to mourn his loss His wife preceded him a year ago Waller Rodgers ded last Friday after a long illness with He was a kind and noble fever young man and just in the prime He leaves a large of manhood circle of relatives and friends to The remains mourn his death were interred in the rave yard at Lebanon Church Sunday Mr On to Washington Â¬ of Bagdad is very ill at this writing with no hopes of his recovery Mrs Bettie Jackson of Ohio wife of Rev Andrew Jackson formerly of this community is visiting friends and reldeceased Â¬ Â¬ meeting is in progress at Lebanon conducted by the pastor Bro Adkins assisted by Rev Wm Powers of Shelby A protracted Close Observer atives here Deafaess Cant Be Cured J C Moore and wife visited John Deakins of Bagdad this By local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear week There is only one way to cure deaf Mr Ike Vanmeter and family ness and that is by constitutional by an Deafness is of Frankfort are visiting relatives remedfes condition of causedmucous inflamed the in this community lining of the Eustachian Tube When the tube gets inflamed you have a The protracted meeting at Indian rumbling Bound or imperfect hearing Fork is still in progress with many and when it is entirely closed deafÂ¬ ness is the result and unless the in additions flammation can be taken ont and this is very ill tube restored to its normal condition Mrs Walker Duncan bearing will be destroyed forever with fever nine cases put of ten are caused by which is nothing bat an in Â¬ James Clemens and wife of catarrh condition of the mucous sur Â¬ flamed Horace face visited Mr Peytonia We will give One Hundred Dollars Kesler and family Saturday for any case of deafness caused by Mrs Martha Rodgers is quite catarrh that we cannot cure by taking Halls Catarrh Cure Send for sick with fever circulars free Miss Otha Perkins is visiting her Roberts at cousin Annie B Many Persons are broVcn down from overwork or household enres Benson Urowns Iron Bitters Rebuild the system aids digestion removes excess of bile Miss Maggie Hower of Christ and cures malaria Get the geuulne iansburg attended church at Indian Fork Monday night Midland Voingh Â¬ Three years ago the only the Hair authentic map of the Virginia battlefields was prepared in the CURMDniUJl XQCnillTCIV War Department for the Chesapeake Ohio Railway Co It can RHUS UID- with safety be asserted that it is RUFF the most interesting map published and so great was the deMi mand for the first edition that IS 100000 were soon absorbed but 2 it has been re issued for the occa sion of the K of P Encampment at Washington in August and will be mailed free after June 1st upon CLEANS THE application to C B Ryan Assis- SCMP UNO EN tant General Passenger Agent C LIVENS THE O Ry Cincinnati O In con nection with the map is also a de For Sale by All scription of the grand and varied scenery of the Virginias and the Druggists delightful Mountain and Sea Shore feb 10 ly TIUOK JIAHK Resorts aong the C O as well BEST IN OUALI1 J08T IN QUANTITY as a sketch of the battlefields Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ u Dandruff Kills JOHN ECHOLS ST JOHN BOYLE J ECKlVfclts C0 TQe SWR R 1 THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY ROUTE Mollis Limited MEMPHIS i A ONLY ONE NIGHTS RIDE Jrs rv LOUISVILLE TQ IS THE MOST PERFECT SERVICE Â¬ MEMPHIS YICKSBURG NEW OELEANS AND ALL POINTS 1 M South Rate and address Southwest i- - Tlcketo and nil Information furnished by TIcKPt Agent of any Hallway Co if not W J MoBRIDE Traveling Pass Agent Ye Valiant Knights The Midland offers a rate of to Washington and return on account of the conclave Yon can go via either of the gre t trunk lines from Cincinnati and n- turn via either line you desire Tickets good to return September 8th but they can be extended till the 15th if deposited with the joint agent of the trunk lines at Washington before the 6tl 15 25 WORMS Louisville Ky T B LYNCH ieueril Passenger Auent Louisville Ky f vermifuge 20 EVERY WHITES CREW FOR L SOUTH N TIME TABLE A YEARS Has led all WORM Remedies BOTTLE SOLD BY BICH1RDB09 HKDICIMC M A M PMPM No 21 No 23 No 17 NolJ AM Prtpirrd GUARANTEED1 DRUGGISTS by CO BT tOCIB Lv Lexington Yarimllton Midway Muring Station Bagdad Frankfort Guitar Instruction and Piano Tuning J Henry Mrs Owen Moore of Peytonia visited in this community last week Miss Eva Mooreattended church at Buffalo Sunday Mr Marion Stivers of this com- Â¬ munity died last week He was a member of the Baptist Church The remains were interred in the burying groundat Lebanon Church attended by a large concourse of He leaves a family of friends Brady teacher of guitar will give lessons in Sax tons celebrated method the 772 to Niagara Falls and latest and most approved Pianos 1272 to Thousand Islands and tuned and repaired First class return on August 14th references furnished For terms One fare to Georgetown and c aoply at 318 Clinton street return on August 16th Account 45 tf St Johns Church Picnic Special rates to colored people Gun For Sale One New on the 17th Acccount Grand Burgess 12 guage automatic Lodge International of 12 All 6 shot repeating shot gun a fine via the Midland trap gun Will be sold cheap Inquire at this office Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Worlds Pair Highest Medal and Diploma TABLERSDII BUCK EYE llIllJ CO P Pewee Vul ey Anchorage Ar Louisville Pleasurevllle Elilnence Lagrange 845 901 917 925 950 550 1023 017 684 1044 041 1115 707 1135 738 1144 715 1219 012 A 1551 5 20 212 227 235 300 333 849 357 425 448 450 615 630 650 720 G57 l 71 800 813 833 855 903 985 NORTH Lv Loulsvlllo Anchorage Pewee Valley M P M P M No 18 No 20 No 22 No 24 OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES I Lagrange Eminence Pleasurevllle Bagdad Midway and CERTAIN CURE known for IB years as the BEST REMEDY for PILES SOLD BY AIl DRUGGISTS GT LOUIS PmutAbr 8TC3ASSS0N USD Aluy 2 1 A SURE Frankfort Spring Stutlon Yarnallton Ar Lexington No 24 will stop 1020 1045 1055 1111 735 811 824 850 920 933 949 410 433 448 515 542 550 005 635 620 654 7 05 8 00 733 758 11 ilO 1005 825 855 920 929 940 G0G 331 402 410 428 450 456 609 535 559 621 610 M JL M 14 Aug n it Job work neatly exe cuted at this office Ate Â¬ nt Anchorage and Ghriatinnaburg for passengora for Lexington and points beyond Nob 17 ID and 21 oonueot at Lagrange for Cinoinnati Nos 1 and 21 oonneot at Anohorage for Blooaifleld Brauoh AJL i ijLt IbLtll MMMfeMMMB uiwLj ttiv iiuuwiniTfHMSiWa Jttt iLUHHfMiii mqKnmjmmmifmmit TfTwTTwr