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Digital page images are linked to the text file. atufrfaiMtoii iiiiKiiimiiMiMaMMaito WW i Tv a The -- Frankfort Roundabout A r GEO A -- LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPERS DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance NO C VOL XVII FRANKFORT KY SATURDAY Latest U S Govt Report AUttUST 18 1894 m LYNCH LAW 1 50 Highest of all in Leavening Power Baking Powder married her first husband being the late Jacob Rake She has four children Boston was an ex convict having MILLIARDS AND POOL completed a term of ten years in CHAS G PAYNE the penitentiary in June of last Billiards and Pool year for which he was sent from The Club Main Sheet Maon county on the charge of The Finest Tables In the city Gymnasium and rape Bowling Alleys attached m ii Business and Professiona Directory L VWYERS WM CROMWELL Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky Also Real Kstate Agent will practice In the Courts of Franklin and the adjoining and will also give special attenton to counties Â¬ the pur chase and sale of real estate collection of rents claims and the negotiation of loans ABSOLUTELY PURE A Great Day ju j A i v t IV II t iHf pended upon her words As soon as she laid eyes upon Boston her identification was complete even NEGRO RAPIST PAYS THE to making him open his mouth PENALTY OF HIS and expose a long eye tooth upon which she had struck him causing CRIME the gum to bleed Those who were present would have taken the HUNG UPON THE BRIDGE negro and hung him then and AT MIDNIGHT there but Judge Williams argued a Mob of Five Hundred Men them into desisting stating that the man was in the hands of the law and it should be allowed to The people of this city and Mr Nolan was county took the law into their own deal with him hands Tuesday night and executed absent with a party searching for jswift justice upon the perpetrator the negro along the railroad or Boston would doubtless never have of the most revolting of crimes rape The victim of the crime left the place alive but as it was he was a white woman and the crimi was brought back to the city and nal a brutal negro ex convict The lodged in jail Further search was made for circumstances connected with the evidence against the npgro when terrible deed are as follows Mrs Martin Nolan who lives at the pants he had worn that morn Â¬ Choateville about two miles from ing were found at his home covered Twenty five Cents the city on the Devils Hollow with green burs similar to those found upon the clothing of Mrs Isnt much money but it will buy n Pike walked down to the city i bottle of the finest Cough cure on Tuesday morning to do some Nolan and an examination of the earth That is what we claim for Cough Cure and marketing and on her way home spot where the outrage was com- Â¬ Dr Hales Householdpeople have told what thousands of was met on the road where a ra mitted revealed the fact that the us Dont neglect a cough It may cost you many or vine comes down from Mrs Wil Â¬ burs grew plentifully there This your life as When dollarsfeel possibly you the first liams place into Devils Hollow evidence substantiating the state- symptoms go to P H Carpenters drug store invest 25 cents in a by a negro man who first de- ment of Mrs Nolan excitement of Dr Hales Household Coughbottle Cure Large crowds and cure yourself d manded money of her and when ran at fever heat s rtn ill vStlSV told that she had none seized and gathered on the streets in the dragged her into the ravine where early evening and it being evi he choked her until able to ac dent that a mob would undertake -complish his purpose and then left to hang the negro Sheriff Arm- Â¬ ST strong summoned a posse to guard OR any other PE5T can be kept out of your house with our her coming toward this city The SCREENS Hardware like rverything else wears out poor woman witn ner clothing the jail and the Mayor ordered and grows old The question is where can the best be obtained the police to disperse the crowds nearly all torn off of her went on WE are not hereto preach 1 we sermon because home and on the way told in which they were only partially others may sell as good But do they That is the kernal of for just as the town a neighbor what had happened successsful the cocoanut You know that this is the season Then again the all important price question claims wise attention messenger was sent into this clock was striking 1 1 a crowd of the year to buy light weight A The leak that sinks a mighty ship is often small city and immediately an armed numbering several hundred rushed Balbrigan underwear only 50 cents Perhaps there are leaks in your purse Let me stop with a little price plugs Catfish alley into Main a suit out of Light weight regular posse started out in search of the the outflow Dont forget that it is our wish to please vou made socks only 15 cents a pair She described him as street and down St Clair to the negro d IF IT IS POSSIBLE ILL DO IT all silk ties only 25 In a few seconds being a tall yellow man who had Court House each Dont tdMUOk Zbv on a well worn black derby hat they had overpowered the sheriff grey blue pants and striped shirt and his guardsgotten possession While the searching party were of the keys to the inner doors of HARDWARE MERCHANT the jail but those to the heavy Us for not reminding vou that still out Judg B G Williams was returning from dinner on a street doors were in the possession of August the red hot month is the car and saw Marshall Boston a Jailer Williams who would not correct time to buy negro standing at the corner of surrender them and with sledges Shelby and Campbell streets who and crowbars the doors were DEALERS IN had scratches upon his hands and broken from their fastenings eight Underwear they are cool and answered the description given by men went in and brought Boston nice and you will be comfortable Getting off pf the from his cell when with a shout If you are no judge ask your Mrs Nolan car Judge Williams went back and he was hurried to the St Clair talked to the man who did not street bridge and strung up to one tell a very straight story of his of the heavy overhead cross A COMPLETE LINE OF After he was dead about To come and look at them and she whereabouts during the forenoon beams will judge them for you and calling Mr Sam A Parrent one hundred shots were fired into TROTTING RUNNING HORSE GOODS to his assistance took the negro his body and the mob dispersed About 2 oclock Wednesday in charge and brought him over ALWAYS ON HAND to his offieev After questioning morning Chief of Police Tobin him further the Judge concluded had the body cut down and taken IInT hA3L31j f to send Boston out for Mrs Nolan to the Court House where an in- mar 10 Hni to say whether he was the man quest was held by Coroner Deho who had assaulted her or not ney later in the day the jury re G Accordingly he was placed in a turning a verdict that Boston came vehicle under guard and driven to his death by hanging at the TIKCE- out to her home Judge Williams hands of parties unknown to the I have for sale 2000 A No got into his buggy drove on in jury MrsNolanthe victim of the black advance and prepared Mrs Nolan CEDAR POSTS For fiend is a highly respectable lady for the coming of the negro further particulars apply to cautioning her to be very care who was formerly Miss Theresa me on my premises 334 MAIN STREET she said when Goad being a stepdaughter of the No 214 St Clair St next door to ful in what T N Arnold R K McGlure she saw him as the mans life de- - late D J Hubble and was twice Feb 2 tf FRANKFORT K Â¬ lij Â¬ CONFECTIONER W J CHNNR Monday was a great day among JOHN R TODD the colored people Chanty Lodge Attorney at Law Manufacturing No 3 United Brothers of Friend- Â¬ Frankfort Kentucky Confectioner Will practice In all state Courts ship celebrated her thirty third anOdlce second lloor fustoiu House 41 St Clair Street niversary with a picnic at Thorn Home made Candles Fruits Nuts DRUGS Hill Park and a great crowd at- Â¬ and Soda Water In season Clears and Ico Cream and Tobacco Near new bridge W H AVERILL Several excursion trains tended Druggist brought in a number of Camps NEWSDEALER and Lodges from other places and Main Street opp City Hall A general stock of Drugs Fine Stationery a GUY BARRETT the street parade was quite a grand specialty Cigars and Tobacco Prescriptions compounded at idl hours News Dealer and affair Two first rate colored bands Bookseller NO W R WILLIAMS furnished the music for the occa- Â¬ CO sion Although there were a 332 Main Street Druggists thousand or more strange colored Fine Stationery Periodicals of all kinds Fancy Goods 314 Main Street people here there was little or no Prescriptions carefully and accurately filled at all hours A line line of Fancy Toilet Articles drunkenness among them not the FLOUR AND FEED slightest trouble of any kind and REOCK PAINTERS DONALDSON not a single arrest made during the Flour Meal Feed and W B BRIDGEFORD day Our own colored people and Country Produce The Painter their visitors desere credit for the Fined Block South Side 10 St Clair Street way in which they conductedthem Oysters Fish and Game In season Choice Wall Paper Paints oils nnd Glass constantly on Pickles and Preserves selves as it is not often that so hand large a crowd of either color come together without some black sheep being among them J i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ KPfflEQI A Sm HOESE mj salvia yr DONT sell-the-be- st Four-in-han- BLAME IF Gr YOUR Black 8c Hursey and WIFE FINE HARNESS and SADDLES BARGAINS 232 Trnsr Depanmenis steeet Cedar Posts H MATTERS OSTEINS 1 Fh turn I i i 1 ihnlXriiililflnwfcfahtrittiMMm e - r nli in iliB T SWTFppqTTO7ws niTV - J irfJ 1 T M M FDR ENTIRE HEW FILL STOCK rsn izu RSI I will for the next 30 days offer everything in my 13 a CHINA DEPARTMENT JL Â¬ At greatly reduced prices A brand new lot of Lamps that will be just the thing this fail at half their value Summer goods in my House Furnishing Department at greatly reduced prices Give me a call d - f FllXI JEZ3 - J VK Jb Forte Playingr SEPTEMBER lit honor of Miss Singleton of Louis- near Midway Mr Berry comes down Matrimonial MISS MARIA LINDSEY ville every morning attends to business Will resume her class in Mies Minnie Peterson is visiting Rice Nelson Mr Lucien T Mr and Mrs W C Lutkemeior and and returns in the afternoon friends in Midway daughters Misses Josie and Florence Mrs Mary C Macklin who has Rice of Lexington and Miss attended the Versailles Fair Wednes- Â¬ been under treatment at the Sanita Â¬ Virgie Nelson of this city were Piano- Miss Florence Clark is visiting day rium in Battle Creek Michigan for friends in Lexington married Wednesday afternoon at Master George Smith the violinist past three months returned home Prof J T Gaines of Louisville the residence of the brides par- Â¬ Aug 18 4t of Cincinnati is visiting his couin Monday much improved in health is visiting relatives here Mr F H Bagby left Wednesday for ents on Campbell street Rev H Mr Sam D Johnson left Thursday Master Gavin Cochran at Spring Taken Dp as a Stray Hill Farmville Virginia to visit his G Henderson officiating The afternoon for New York Mrs Arch Dixon and daughter parents Rev G F Bagby and wife young couple left on the C O Mrs T M Turner left Thursday Miss Julia of Henderson are the his wife and little daughter having train BROWN MARE ABOUT 16 HANDS HIGH for Virginia to visit relatives east for their future home in appears to be Hbout ten years old has knot guests of Miss Annie Herndon near preceded him there several weeks Lexington 0 right knee and right nlnd foot a little white Mrs R K McClure left Mr and ago get same by above this city The groom is a prosperous on the hoof The owner can station threecalling Tuesday for a trip to New York underslg led at Jones miles Rev E A Penick and family who young business man of from Franklorton the Versailles pike and payÂ¬ Mr Blair of Owensboro who the Blue ing charges Miss Lizzie Kei6er of Lexington has been Pettit UREENCLAY visiting the family of his have been spending the summer in Grass Capital while the bride is a Aug 18 lt is visiting relatives in this city uncle Mr R Rogers returned home this city left Thursday for a visit to daughter of Mr C A Nelson and Mr W J Chinn left Wednesday for Thursday relatives in Virginia and will go is a young lady who leaves a host trip to Waukesha Wisconsin Misses Marie Miller and Madge thence to their home in Camden of friends who wish her every hap- Â¬ Miss Mattie Crutcher of this coun Collins of Brooklin Park Chicago New Jersey piness in the world ty is visiting friends in Georgetown are the guests of Mrs L D Hancock Mr Charley Hookensmith son of Mr and Mrs Jesse Hockensmith who Misses Mary and Nettie Fleming of this county Deaths ALL PERSONS WHAVING CLAIMS AGAINST in this Midway are visiting friends M Wllkereon deceised are estate of Mrs J W Castledine of Talla- Â¬ has been attending school at the hereby notified to present the same proven as city owing Buford Mr John Buford died required by law and nil persons call the late poosa Georgia is visiting her daught- Â¬ Kentucky University in Lexington W M Wllkerson ore notified to and settle at home last Wednesday Mr Henry Hale returned Wednes er Mrs H G Henderson on Wash Â¬ returned bringing with him a diploma which of consumption at his home near once This Aug 9 1894 W WILKIRSON day from a visit to relatives in May ington street D he received from that College We Bald Knob on Wednesday L FEATHERSTON field Executors Miss Lizzie B Hodges of Louisville are glad to learn of Charleys success Downey Miss Tinie Downey Aug 11 2 months Misses Fleming of Louisville are who has been visiting her sister Mrs died at her home near Harvieland the guests of Mrs F V Gray on Con- Â¬ J N Crutcher in Bellepoint returned A Household Treasure way street home TueBday Tuesday and was buried Wednes- Â¬ AilOn L Clark and wife have Mr Vernon Miss Sue of Harrison ville D W Fuller of Oanajoharle N Y day gono to Estill Springs for a two Missouri 1b visiting Mrs James M says that healwaya keeps Dr Kings Hancock Mrs Graves Han- Â¬ his the weeks sojourn Saffell corner of Washington and New Discovery in foundhouse andbest the very family has always cock died vVednesday at the home BT A W Miss Janie Dehoney returned Wed Â¬ Wapping street results follow its use that he would of THE FARM LATELY OCCUPIED Frankfort one half her husband near Switzer and on Versailles turnpike mile east of contains 89 nesday from a visit to friends in Miss Mary E Harrison of Lexing not be without it if procuraThe farm acres and Is well set In grass and suited for Druggist ble G A Shelby county ton Mrs Sam D Johnson and Miss skill N Y Dykeman Dr Kings Cats her funeral took place Thursday dairy purposes Possession given on November says that Now North Fork Baptist 1st lfa94 Kor terms apply to Col J Stoddard Johnston of Louis- Stites Duvall left Tuesday for a trip Discovery is undoutedbly the best afternoon from WM CROMWELL Church cough remedy that he has used it in ville spent Wednesday and Thurs Â¬ to Niagara Falls Aug 11 tf family for eight years and it has day in this city Green Little Annie Green Mrs Maria L Campbell of Coving- Â¬ his faihed to do all that is claimed never Miss Sue Slaughter of Owensboro ton who has been visiting relatives for it Why not try a remedy so long died at the home of her grand- Â¬ Trial bottles free father Mr John Conly near is the guest of Miss Rose Crittenden here left Monday for a visit to her tried nd tested at P H Oarpknters drug store old home in Georgetown on Shelby street Peaks Mill on Wednesday and 3 Regular sizeu 50 cents and 1 Only direct line between Mrs Pat McDonald and daughter Mr Jan A Hodges of Louisville her funeral took place Thusday spent Saturday and Sunday in this city Miss Jennye who have been so afternoon Retired journing at Old Point Comfort are visiting relatives BoTTSDr J M Botts a well CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT Mrs A Nugent and little daughter expected home to morrow Â¬ Miss Katie Halloran who re- known physician died at his home Maj H T Stanton and daughters Carrie of Lexington are visiting rel cently resigned her position as near Millville Woodford county Shortest and quickest between Misses Florence and Virgie who have atives in this city re- Â¬ on Friday night of last week and his Mrs James Crabb of Eminence is been visiting relatives in Tennessee stamp clerk at the Postoffice He Frankfort Bwgetom home Wednesday Faril for tired from that institution on Wed- Â¬ funeral took place Saturday visiting Mrs H G Henderson on returned was about 67 years of age Misses Annie and Louella Crom nesday having remained for two Washington street lisle Xajirille Cpftiui FiL Mr C W Dorsey and family left well of Lexington who have been weeks to instruct her successor in Thursday for a visit of several weekB visiting relatives in this city and the duties of the place Bontfl aid tagtsfc Her county have returned home to Middlesborough Mr 0 0 Russell and Mr TKeight smiling face and pleasant words Mrs Sallie Berry of Versailles who ASK M1DLANU FOR TICKETS VIA KT will be missed by those having has been visiting relatives here re Â¬ en of Louisville who attended the Versailles Fair returned through business with the office but the turned home Monday here on their wheels yesterday lilllSIUIHCEITBIlSTHDMOTIK friends she made while there will Mrs Paph Julian and children of Hon Jas Andrew Scott and wife Morehead are visiting Miss Annie know that she will as- Â¬ entertained a number of friends at a be glad to TIME TABLE APR 1 1894 Herndon near this city watermelon party at their home on sume the duties of a more impor- Â¬ Miss Aleene Woodson and Nettie Shelby street Wednesday evening tant position in the near future A M lp W F M Walcutt left Tuesday for Midway to Mr QeorgeW Lewis of Louisville the exact date of which has not TRAINS K AST INol No 3 No 7 visit Miss Dessie Wingate is spending his vacation with his Lv Frankfort A 700 410 lW 7116 Rev J McOlusky Blayney D D brother and sister Mr Will A and yet been made public 4 10 Lt Summit Liu Lab 711 421 LvElkhorn returned Wednesday from his sum Mies Margaret Lewis in Bellepoint Lv Switzer 718 428 l Lv Stamping Ground 4 88 728 200 mer vacation in Wisconsin The Edwards Estate 734 210 444 Lt Duvall Mrs Samuel McMeekin and brother Lv Johnson 4 HI 220 740 Miss Lena Crumbaugh of Chris Master Robert Wood of Chaplin 74G B 467 28 At a meeting of a branch of the Both the method and results when Lv Georgetown tiansburg is the guest of Miss Sheffer Nelson county are visiting their aunt 603Lv C S Depot 756 800 3201 Lv Newtown aU8 613 Stephens on the South Side celebrated Edwards estate held at Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant Lv Centrevllle 810 621 33 Mrs J H Williamson near this city Lv Elizabeth 820 84 626 and refreshing to the taste and acts Ar Paris Miss Jennie Merchant of Louis Â¬ 68IV 830 400 0 Misses Lorena Young and Ethlyn Akron Ohio on the 3d inst it 638 guest of her cousin Mrs Egbert of Lexington who have been was announced that the South fently yet promptly on the Kidneys Ar Paris Junction ville is the A M P K I A M Pit and Bcwels cleanses the sysR L Grinstead in Bellepoint visiting Misses Ella and Hallie Steph Carolina Edwards Association had tem effectually dispelB colds heud TRAINS WEST INoTMNo 4 No8Nol 4MD Mr Nathan Qulling of Cleveland ens on Conway street returned home Lv Pnrls 654 united their interests with the aclies and fevers and cures habitual Lv Paris Junnctlan C in00 006 4f6 Ohio is visiting his couBin Mr Monday 5211 Ar Elizabeth IOW fllfi Syrup of Figs is the Ar Cantervllle deter- Â¬ constipation and it was Ohio branch 10141 0191 Howard Black in this county Mrs Shannon Reid and daughter only remedy of its kind ever pro- Ar Newtown 0 27 640 10 22 600 1032 641 C S Depot Mr John E Miles who has been Miss Elizabeth who have been visit mined to at once raise funds with duced pleasing to the taste and ac- Ar Georgetown B 645 747 1087 past two ing friends near Wpodlako this coun- which to get possession of the ceptable to the stomach prompt in Ar Toanson traveling in Europe for the 11 47 651 800 Ar r 67 aio Ar Duvall 1153 months will sail for home to day ty have returned to their home in written documents to establish its action and truly beneficial in its Ar Stamping Ground 1100 703 880 7 13 8C0 effects prepared only from the most Ar Switzer 1110 Mrs E H Black of Stamping Shelbyvillo 720 906 1117 Ar Elkborn title and prosecute the claim of healthy and agreeable substances its Ar Summit 726 915 1123 Ground is visiting her daughter Mrs A party composed of Mrs L P heirs A 926 736 1130 Ar Frankfort to said property vigorously many excellent qualities commend it Helen McClure on Conway street Tarlton Misses Jennie Duvall Maria There are a number of heirs to this to all and have made it the most A connects with L 4 N and L 8 B connects with o 4 c Mrs BT Quinnwhohas been visit Pepper Christine Reynolds and Mr popular remedy known C connects with K C ing relatives in this city returned to John Cannon left Monday for Rock estate in this county and it might Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c castle Springs be well for them to write C A and 1 bottles by all leading drug Â¬ her home in Georgetown Saturday SUNDAY TRAINS Any reliable druggist who Nos 1 2 3 nnd 4 will run on Sundays until Misses Lillie Weisenbergand Loulie Rudy at Canal Fulton Ohio who gists Mr Jos W Lindsey and son Joe may not have it on hand will pro further notice No 1 will leave FrankfortIt of Louisville spent Monday and Laurie who have been visiting Mrs is the Secretary and Treasurer and cure it promptly for any one who 815 a mi40 and Georgetown at 9 03arrlvlngiit li Tuesday in this city visiting relatives Henry Ellwanger for the past three obtain information as to what wishes to try it Do not accept any Paris atKentucky Midland Railway and cont The weeks returned to their home in tlons form the shortest ana cueapest route u ai Mrs James M Todd assisted by Louisville Tuesday amount they should contribute to substitute points norm nouiu east una wti Vnm ttipthni tnfnrmnttnn nnnlv tn thnlr iffinu her daughter Mrs R A Peter of - rj CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO rr w mx of the be benefited by the efforts E a P n BKRGAW Lauisvillo entertained a number of Mr George F Berry and wife are 8AN FRANCISCO GAL ntvTlnkflt Amite Gen Pais Ait itiHABPEBjOMr Hupt lOUISVIUS KY NEW YORK NY young people Tuesday evening iu visiting his sister Mrs W LCannon association Â¬ PERSONAL 4 NOTICE Â¬ FOR RENT Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Kentucky Midland By Â¬ ui 1 BKn I I I Â¬ - Â¬ I I I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- nliit muLil r in iiijjyairiiTiiTiii kmwri r nfrt iWTn7Mftfci vrtrlUk IMThtii j PHgga itr nrWiH mrmimmT V tn m mKmmmmmmmm miM1tMrmmmmmi m hi nniiipiiwmmwi iBiuSun IVKE-- trii W nwry-j- - Waicties Clocks awl Jewelry Repaired c win L Engraving Neatly Executed YOUR TIME HAS COME To learn something much to your financial advantage Its a fact that we can save time for you by giving you a better way to keep it and save money for you in the same way We can convince you that it will be very advantageous to buy jewelry of us M A SELBERT Mob Law The Leading Jeweler FRANKFORT KY CO M r i 0 M A f ii v M K ITCv ii l1 K7L 1 m Or wpc v ml- i fo W TA If any excuse could be given for a resort to mob law the crime com Â¬ mitted by the negro BoBton furnished that excuse but nevertheless we say the action of the mob which hung him to the bridge in the middle of the night cannot be justified It is all very well to say that such prompt retribution is needed to act 41s a warning to other such brutes it is all very well to say that he received only what he deserved and it is all very well to declare that the mob was aided and abetted if not actually composed of the best citizens of the city and county But by what right do the best citizens assume to act By misjudge jury and executioner what right human or divine do the best citizens take it upon them Â¬ selves to hurry into the presence of that awful judgment which sees not as men do a soul fresh stained with crime foul with lust abject with fear but suffered not to repent It is a fearful thing this taking of human life by the many the mob unorganized and brutal not just but revengeful not calm but maddened tjy liquor and having passion not Is there any Teason for its guide in its acts who man who participated does not in his sober moments know lie did wrong It is the foundation principle of our government that the majority ehall rule This sounds right and just but the majority may do wrong as well as the minority and the mere fact thatit is the majority will notsave it from the consequences of thatÂ¬ wrong Public sentiment is a treach erous guide and he who trusts it too fully may find to his sorrow that it is a blind leader of the blind a similar charge is When brought against a prominent and wealthy citizen that man is not mobbed by the best citizens of the county heis not hanged on a public highway his body is not subjected to indignities after life has departed But when the criminal is friendless moneyless when his skin is black when oven the guards sworn in to defend him consider their own skins too precious to risk in upholding the law then the best cijiizens deter mine itis necessary for them tto act merely to forestall the action of the court for no one doubts what the ver Â¬ dict of a jury would have been It was cowardly for it was the many against the one it was worse than cowardly for the one had no chance to defend himself against the many It was treacherous for the r victim had surrendered to the law and the law and its officers made but a feeble attempt to defend him It was merciless for even the poor clay was subjected to mutilation after death But it was not justifiable and no human sophistry can make it so Â¬ him and also by officers of Wood- Â¬ ford county and if he is caught To the Voters of County Ky Franklin JACOB SWIGERT ON MAIN STEET TO there may be more mob violence It seems Mrs Gadd went to the spring near her home where the negro accosted and attempted to detain her when she eluded him and ran to the house to tell her The negro immediately husband disappeared and has since been in hiding Frankfort Aug 1894 Specimen Cases S H Clifford of New Cassell Wis was troubled with Neuralgia and Rheumatism his stomach was disor- Â¬ dered his liver was affected to an alarming degree appetite fell away and he was terribly reduced in flesh and strength Three bottles of Electric Bitters cured him Â¬ Edward Shepherd Harrodsburg had a running sore on his leg of eight years standing Used three bottles of Electric Bitters and seven boxes of Bucklens Arnica Salve and hid leg is sound and well John Speaker Catawba O had five large fever sores on his leg doctors said he was incurable One bottle Elec Â¬ tric Bitters and one box Bucklens Arnica Salve cured him entirely Sold by the South Side drug store 111 3 P H Carpenter The Mills Meeting The citizens of Frankfort are no doubt glad of the opportunity to have a good revival service in which all denominations are working hand in hand and praying for its success While this is so please remember that it takes money to insure this There are the necessary expenses of Rev Mr Mills and of his two assistants hotel bills and traveling expenses there are the expense of providing a large tent seats lights and express on All tent to and from this place The finarice this takes money consisting of S C committee Bull J W Gayle and M P Gray will call upon the citzens on Meet them and after Monday cheerfully and respond liberally Â¬ Â¬ Free Train to Lexington The Owens Club of this city will run a free excursion train to Lexingtbn on Wednesday next to carry all who the 22d inst wish to attend the great barbecue The train at Woodland Park will leave here at 915 a m and Badges return after the speaking and roun trip tickets can be had on application to Mr Chas G Payne I The Recluse Another Outrage fc Still Another Case Mr Henry Gadd who lives on Little Guy Emmit son pf Mr the Frankfort and Glens Creek Guy N Emmit was taken with pike near the Woodford line came diphtheria on Saturday into town Thursday evening went before Judge Williams and swore Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Worlds Pair HlEheat MedaUnd Diploma Bucklons Arnica Salve out a warrant against James The best salve in the world for Outs Wheeler a negro charging him Oats For Sale BrulseB Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum with attempting to detain his wife Fever Sores Totter Chapped Hands and using indecent language to her The warrant was placed in the hands of an officer and the negro is being searched for by Yielding to the flattering and of partial earnest solicitation friends and representative citizens of all political faiths I have con- Â¬ trary to my purpose to never again stand for office determined to make the race for County Judge at the November election This is the most important 1894 office in the county government In the hands of the County Judge are placed the liberties of the citizens in criminal trials before examining court as also the moneyed interests of a large class of debtors and creditors litigating matters of account in the quarterly court besides the settlement and oversight of the estates of widows and orphans The taxing interests of the citizens is in the hands of the County Judge and the Magistrates So it will be seen that your County Judge wields a large in- Â¬ No fluence in county affairs 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 necessary amount to conduct the county government upon economic honest business principles A part of the bonded debt should be met by the next generation as they are to be equally benefited by it It is local taxation and the distribution of the funds derived therefrom that comes home directly to the county and city tax- Â¬ payer for it must be met and is felt in proportion to the ability to Therefore it is the right meet it of the citizen to demand of his county court the lowest per cent of tax each year consistent with an economic honest and impartial government and to have this tax promptly collect- Â¬ ed and honestly and fairly applied to the good of the entire county The good people of my native city and county have honored me time and again by electing me to different and important offices My election for four successive terms to the office which I am soon to voluntarily surrender while evi- Â¬ dencing the partiality and most generous favor of my personal as well as political following is an earnest of my faithful impartial and successful discharge ot duty in the past and must be my guarantee for the future I have in no sense sought this office and if I am elected to it I must be elected by the uncor rupted vote of the people as I will not bring to bear any corrupting influences to obtain it At the proper time I will visit the pre- Â¬ cincts of the county Respectfully W H Sneed Â¬ Have Removed From the Batzell Building 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Basement nf the Capital Hntel short time 5They will fill this space A Pleasant Affair with an entire new advertisement in a Deafness Cant Be Cured By local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deaf ness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian TubeWhen the tube gets inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing sindwhenitis entirely olosed deaf ness iB the result and unless the in Â¬ flammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forevor nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh whioh is nothing but an in Â¬ flamed condition of the mucous sur Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ There was a comparatively small crowd at the Knights of Pythias picnic at Thorn t Hill Thursday but all who went out enjoyed themselves The weath- Â¬ er was cool enough to make danc Â¬ ing exceedingly pleasant and the pavilion was occupied from early in the day until far into the night The game of base ball was amus Â¬ ing but very one sided the Capital City boys making monkeys of the Knights and winning by a score of 21 to 3 The receipts were sufficient to leave a balance Â¬ We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of deafness caused by catarrh that re cannot cure by taking Hall b Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free face in the treatury of DexterjLodge after paying expenses KAVANAUGH CAMP MEETING BROWNS IRON BITTERS Â¬ digestion cures Dyspepsia Debility n Â¬ N R k will sell round trip tickets to Beards Ky on Aug 8th to i9thatS2oo good returning until Aug 20th account Kavanaugh Camp Meeting H B L igsdon Agt W E McCloy Ticket Agt The L THE BIG FOUR ROUTE Has the Best Terminal Facili Â¬ ties at Chicago Â¬ Miles Nerve and Liver Fills Act on a new principle regulating the liver stomach and bowels though Dr the nerves A new discovery Miles Pills speedily cure biliousness bad taste torpid liver piles constipa- Â¬ tion Splendid for men women and children Smallest mildest surest 50 doses for 25 cents Samplesfreeat Â¬ J WGayles Frankfort Ky 45 ly connections Your ticket should read via the Big Four Route to enjoy these privileges DURRETT FURNISHED BY GLOVER E OMcCormick Pass Traffic Mgr LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE D B Martin Genl Pass Tkt Agt Big Four Route Cincinnati O Sales on our market for the week just closed amount to 3191 hhds with receipts for the same period of 3176 hhds Sales on our market since Jan Â¬ uary 1st amount to 109235 hhds Sales ofthecropof 1893 011 our market to this date amount to 103836 hhds We have had another week of very ought to be fat Give the large sales with a firm and active market for the medium good and Thin Babies a chance Give fine grades of burley with the com- Â¬ them mon grades somewhat irregular The recent hot dry weather condi- Â¬ tions are calling forth numerous re ports of damage to the growing crop and in most localities rain is needed badly The following quotations fairly rep Â¬ resent our market for burley to- Â¬ bacco 1893 crop louisvilie tobacco mar KET 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 Convenient stops are also made at Hyde Park Thirty Ninth street and Twenty Second street Stations Magnificent Vestibuled Trains Parlor Cars Wagner Sleeping Cars Private Compartment Buffet Sleeping Cars and Superb Dining Cars No transfer across Cincinnati to make Â¬ Â¬ All trains enter Chicago on the Illi- Â¬ nois Central tracks along six miles of the Lake Front through the most us ii Babies Â¬ Scotts Trash dark or damaged trash Emulsion Dont be deceived by 2 tobacco Common Oolory trash 4 Medium to good colory 5 5035 50 00 00 OOfft Common lugs not colory 4 6 Oolory I have 40 bushels of winter oats Chilblains Corns and all Skin Erup Common to good lugs colory Medium for sale a new variety and large tions and positively cures Piles or 8 lugs is guaranteed to Common to medium leaf 9 yield is assured For terms apply no pay required Itmoney give satisfaction or 12 refunded Medium to good leaf Wm Cromwell to Price 25 cents per box 16 For sale by Good to fine leaf 8 1v 18 46 4t Phil Carpenter Select or wrappery Â¬ 8 00 50 50 50 00 50 5 50 8 50 10 00 12 5C 16 00 18 00 24 50 the Cream of Cod liver Oil with hypophosphites and watch them grow Fat Chub Â¬ by Healthy Bright Physicians the world over endorse Â¬ it Substitutes 00 00 PrDirJ br Scott Bownt N Y Alt DragiUtl U h 8tdL iiv iJUiOHlk VWPi HHMiWJUHlUliWU tAAjJiliMtr wvwtWiiiiaWiiijimuiilj4iiiiiKtiMW ftfifmVWWv I have just placed on sale a new invoice of lmy u r nv Belt Buckles Hat Pins Waist Pins Which terling Novelties I am offering at never heard of prices Buttons Hair Pins 31iI3iTE W FISTE WATCH WOIRIg --- L COPPeRSmiTH SP2CIliT ST AaSTP -- SrOTjriR aK2DE I3jT WSIAJX J EWGLER IS SOLICITED i FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Entered ntte post office ntFrankfortKentucky as second class mailable matter Another Ankle Sprained The State S S accomodation of pupils and work of the school room The teacher of Elocution and Delsarte Miss Alulu Spaight is a young lady of unusual talents a graduate from the New England Conservatory of Music College of Oratory Boston and also a private pupil of S B Kelley of Boston She is of a family of high social standing in North Carolina and has the most assuring testimo nials as to her talent accomplishment and success in teaching from Thomas T G Skinner J H Blount Prof G D Graves Prof C A Toms Rev A W Busford and others She has a pleasant rich voice trained to such a degree of culture by long careful study Sufficient attention and practice is not usually given to either Elocution or Ddsarte only brief ir- Â¬ Miss Spaight regular instruction has been secured fwith a view to the most thorough and efficient work in these as in all other departments of the Frankfort Col- Â¬ lege Â¬ The Roundabout force went On the 28th 29th and 30th of out to the Park Saturday afternoon this month the annual convention GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub to play a game of ball but found of the Ky S S Union will be the grounds occupied when they held at Russellville A most at FRANKFORT AUGUST 18 1894 began to put in the time throwing tractive program has been arranged and catchi g the ball Mr Edgar and a very irge atendance is exOur New College Pastor- superintendents A Poe Suter our enterprising pected to know that the devil who is also pitcher for the secretaries teachers and scholars We are pleased attendance promises to be large South Frankfort Club fired one of will find something especially helpful to them Special attention beyond whit could have been ex- his celebrated curves at Mr Frank will be given to Piimary Work pected No effort is being spared H Morse the foreman wlio leaped and every Primary Teacher in the in making prepirations for the into the air to stop the ball and State is invited to attend Miss 1 - Kusscllville Convention at GASOLINE STOVES a EBEnrarcnFsncamnnraEnrinrjciign Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Fire Tuesrlny The alarm of fire Tuesday morn- Â¬ September 8th to 16th The Queen Crescent A Former County Man Hurt Route will make low redueed rates for the occasion Mr M Helm who moved from C agent or Call on any Q and the fire department getting the Forks of Elkhorn this county address I Hardy A o p a Vicks upon the ground promptly flood- Â¬ to Tipton Missouri last spring burg Miss It H Garratt a Gp ed the cellar with water and pre was driving a horse at Quincy III A New Orleans La A J Lytle vented what might have been a about ten days ago when he was d p a Chattanooga Tenn W C serious fire Mr Hannens loss is thrown from his sulky and had a Riuearsou g p a Cincinnati small and fully covered by in- Â¬ leg broken above the knee and at The Queen and Crescent Route surance the hip Building Another Invites inquiries in regard to Sum Â¬ mer Resorts on its line in the pictur Married in New Albany esque mountains of Kentucky Ten Â¬ Dr O H Reynolds has comand Alabama The line Mr Lucian Beckner of the nessee near the famous battle fields menced laying the foundation for passes Mission Ride another new house on his lot on State Auditors Office and Miss at Mill Springs Lookout Mountain Ohickamauga and Third street adjoining the property Marie Davis Warren of Danville They are surrounded by charming of the late Mrs Wingates estate eloped to New Albany Indiana summer resting places at Burnside High Bridge Cumberland Falls It will be a two story frame of six on Tuesday and were married The Rugby Rhea Springs LookoutMoun tain Springville Alabama and other rooms with all the modern im- Â¬ young couple eame to this city points Charming Low railroad rates The Doctor is fast Wednesday where they will reprovements mountain homes Perfect rest and Main side changing the intersection of quiet We invito correspondence ohoor and Third streets into the most at- Â¬ To Cleanse the System fully giving the information desired tractive part of South Frankfort for the purpose of having you arrange Effectually yet gently when cos- Â¬ to spend your summer recreation on our line Huve You Jjost a Horse tive or billions or when the blood W 0 Rineauson G P A Cincinnati Ohio Green Clay who lives at Jones is impure or sluggish to perma- Â¬ Station near this city advertises nently cure habitual constipa Tobacco Sticks For Sale in another column that he has tion to awaken the kidneys and 50000 oak and hickory tobacco If you liver to a healthy activity with sticks for sale Apply to J W taken up a stray mare 49 tf h iveloita hor e read the adver- Â¬ out irritating or weakening them Gaines tisement and see if she is your to dispel heidaches colds or fever Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder use Syrup of Figs property Worlds Pair Highest Award Â¬ ing from box 27 was occasioned by a blaze in the cellar of Mr G L Hannens hardware store on Broadway The porter went down into the cellar for some purpose and lit the gas which ignited a barrel of Japan dryer sitting near The young man ran up stairs im Â¬ mediately to get some sacks to another the flame with but while he was gone the barrel exploded blowing the head through the floor of the storeroom above The powder and other explosives were at once removed from the house between weakness of the nervous system and thut of the organs of digestion is a strong and sympathetic link The Bitters by Imparting a healthy Impulse to the digestive and osslmllHUng functions promotes throughout the whole system u vigor In wlch the nerves come in for a lame share Pse the Bitters In malaria constipation bilious and kidney trouble connecUon when he came down alighted on Mabel Hall of Chicago will make several addresses upon th s dethe side of his left foot spraining partment Miss Hall has a Graded his ankle so badly that he is now Primary Clas of 450 childtn in Siinday schoolof which Mr B F using n crutch Jacobs is the superintendent Judge Bennetts Successor Among the speakers are Mr Win Reynolds International Gov Brown has appointed Hon Field Rev S I Lindsey Worker I M Quigley of Paducah who of St Louis Revs Carter Helm represented McCracktn county in Jones H K Fenner J R Colthe last two sessions of the Legis- lier J W Turner and T I Eaton lature to fill out the unexpired of Louisville Revs H C Settle and J W Mi cliell of Hopkins term of the late Judge Caswell ville Rev J W Stagg and Wm Bennett as a Judge of the Court R vyright of Bowling Green of Appeals Judge Quigley will Rev John R Deering of Verue the youngest judge to sit upon sailles and manv others promi the appelate bench and will be nent in S S work Delegates will be entertained Chief Justice until the first of and all who expect to attend are January when his term will ex- requested to send their names to Mr M P Slosf at Russellville pire as soon as possible Got a Record The railroads have made a rate of one fare f rthe round trip upon Mr Hiram Berrys young trot presentation of certificate These ting stallion John G Carlisle by certificates may be secured at this Norval was started against time office or from Miss Mamie F at the Versailles Fair Wednesday Huber Secretary at Louisville Sund ly school workers of every and got a record to beat 230 denomination are cordially invited of 224 to attend Messrs R P Pepper Sons Kenneth Bazemc re had the good bay mare Proth by Onward also to receive a small and re- Â¬ fortune Cholera and Diarrhoea bottle of started to beat 230 Oholic Remedy whee three members of his family ceived a mark of 229 were sick with dysentery This one small bottle cured them all and he Nerves Brace the had some left which he gave to Geo W Baker a prominent merchant of Sedatives and opiates wont do It These LewiBton N 0 and it nervines do not make the nerves strong and the place falling to do this full short ot producing the cured him of the same complaint And while When troubled with dysentery di Â¬ essentlil of their qu etude vigor In extreme cases tnd these only of nervous Irritation such drugs niny be advisable their arrhoea colic or cholera morbus give frequent me Is highly prejudicial to the delicate chis remedy a trial and you will be Oganlsm upon which they act and In order to more then pleased with the result renew their quletin effect Increased and dan gerous clones eventually become necessary Hos The praise that naturally follows its tetter Stomach Bitters Is an efficient substitute introduction and use has made it for such pernicious drugs It quiets the nerves very popular 25 and 50 cent bottles by bracing toning strengthening them The Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ hBHH 3ES XDo 3rb ur Ooolsiitig o ut any He sit i EngajsaraEmmmEnnanHiriaigB FOE SHiIE B -A- -hstilt sarEEJEJi - THE BEST IS AYE THE CHEAPEST AVOID IMITATIONS OF AND SUBSTI- TUTES FOR Decl6 ly SAPOLIO TOBACCO KENTUCKY Srockers 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 Â¬ for sale by Phil Side Druggist G A R Carpenter South G L HMNNEN 3 0 TO- Encampment ffl At Pittsburg Pa JOHN DRISCOLL THE 7 LIQUOfi MEHCHMT For absolutely pure Whiskies Wines Bran Â¬ c for medicinal and family use dies Anderson Co Whisky 2 per gallon Older goods at the Four-year-o- ld Â¬ same low rate 235 Broadway May SJli Opposite Capitol Square flin Â¬ w IVIcKEE HARDIE DRUGGIST HALL S OLD STAND FRANKFORT KY We keep a full line of DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES And cordially ask our friends to give us aicall v W MKEE HARDIE Ian 2Mi C L MYLE lt6ty fainAfar itkJ i aKWHf - F kHfok - - - j- i K j- - l - w V n kiwh igrawmmiitfla k irinmiiiiitoaiftxiMMm nn BnnannarnrnrnrjiariiacianarrinFsnrnrncnKnricinnrarinniarin arnrnnrirsnrnrEincirci ca rcnrnrincnncnrinnncnrnriincnriannnn cacacuccucacucacacacacacacacacucucucacaccaLJcaujcjcu DQCcacucuuucauucucacucacacacuuauauucaa -7 OIKTTXaiEaiZEIES J ca O- - IB- - OBTTOraiaiElZB llVEHICLES ggj CH KM President Secretaiy HARNESS AND SADDliEPYI All Leather B CO ca At your own prices Until our annual invoice is taken on September 1st we will oner uu FSB gg DO lioo Vehicles at Cost to Manufacture i nn cu ca cn ca cn EEJ Together with our entire stock of Harness Saddles Bridles Bits Whips and Dusters Wheels Spokes and Materials of every kind go in rjp j i TM nn am en cn Qd nn Bti THIS GREAT NO PROFIT SALE FOR CASH Everybody is buying so will you if you only come and get our prices cn ca en ca ca en Da ca k2U V nn ca cw on ca nn nn ca ca nnRnngnnnannnncannEnnnKnsacnrnnnrinrnnnnnFS3rinnncnKnrncnnnrnnnrnnnrn en nnnnmnnrcnrnnnnnRnrnrarinRnnnrjnnnnnnnrnnnrnranrnrnnnrnnnrnnnnnnni cy cacatjacuiiHcaeafiacaeacycacaEacacaEaeacacueafcuccacaEUEacaEueau QacauuBaizauauaauEUDBCucuu FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT AUGUST 18 nn nn the Kentucky lOGGf Harness works 1894 bet oar nn Da ne car nm DO BEf nn ca nn GU A FRANKFORT - COLLEGE YOU WANTFOR - Council Proceedings 1 TO G ET 5 I3ST OIST c J- f f r Tuesday night ular session A full Judge J H Lewis presented a peti- Â¬ First term of ensuing year will begin September 12 1894 course of study in tion asking that his taxes on g6ooo ENGLISH LATIN GREEK FRENCH GERMAN SPANISH LITERATURE worth of bank stock be reduced DELSARTE MUSIC COMPOSITION ELOCUTION CONVERSATION OF ART MENTAL PHILOSOPHY ELEMENTS ETHICS was referred to finance commitIt Â¬ The common council met in reg- Â¬ YOUNG- XvJLDIKS CRITICISM POLITICAL ECONOMY HISTORY NATU RAL SCIENCES MATHEMATICS ABLE Â¬ THIS OFFER Our inventory disclosing too mucti UPHOL Â¬ STERED FURNITURE We will until further notice offer at 1 v tee The Mayor and the finance com Â¬ mittee made aVeport in which they say a proposition was made to the Home Construction Co to reduce the amount of said companys assessment to 126000 and their taxes to 8694 They further re- Â¬ ported that the company had asked a few days further time to get up The report was1 a statement referred back to the finance committee to await the companys re- Â¬ Â¬ PRIMARY BRANCHES EFFICIENT FACULTY Â¬ Â¬ A good home most pleasA fhvt class college in every feature antly located in which mot careful attention will be given to the culture health and comfort of pupils Boys Admitted to T- - IES- - the Academic Department Â¬ i- - v- - Full Pri Prepare for admission to best Colleges and Universities For terms and further information apply to mary course alio Every piece of Upholstered Furniture in our stock consisting of Parlor c Come while Suits Rockers Easy Chairs Sofas the assortment is unbroken Vfji REDUCED PRICES R ROGERS greatly r if 33sLiaxrjes - ID- - 3D V 207 Second Street Piesident Bridge Fronting W I X Â¬ Knights r Pythias Â¬ SON 1 plain mer- - DR KELLEY port The only direct line from FrankMar- Â¬ fort to Washington D C is the On motion of Councilman there- Â¬ shall the Fire Committee was Chesapeake and Ohio route OF CINCINNATI O will be at the cnnnmrnrirtrnrncnrncncncTTEn nnRncnnncacnnnnnrinnnEncann cacaLucucacacacucauacacucu cacacacaEacsicaEacaEaEaEacu na cn m w P A fore it you are going to attend authorized to advertise for bids the Knights of Pythias Conclave for 1000 feet of hose for the Fire which convenes August 22d to Department to 26th int you will want to take O Capital Association asked the C The Two fast trains leave Frankfort the privilege of erecting telephone daily and arrive in Washington poles and wires on the streets and three hours in advance of any alleys of Frankfort for private use other line No change of cars or depots and not for profit Referred to One glance at the map will conOrdinance Committee O is the you that the C The school matter then came up vince line to Washington only and after statement by Mr T L Tickets go on sale August 22d Edelen representing the School to 26th inst good until Septem- Â¬ Board and several members of the ber 15th For full information sleeping council a vote was- taken a second car berths tickejts etc write time on tne adoption of the reportGeoUge W Barney recommending that the deficit be Division Pas Agent It was paid and provided for Lexington Ky or passed by a vote of 9 to o B Lousdon Ji R R Agent To be Elected in November City The State officers to be elected To the Association in November this year are four The steamer W L Norton and Judges of the Court of Appeals Constitution having in- Â¬ barge will lewe the Frankfort cit the new on August 6 creased the number of judges wharf at oclock am the round 22d and 23d making from four to seven and three Rail trip to Polsgrove and return giv- Â¬ who will be ing all a chance to attend the meet road Commissioners elected this year for the first time ing of the Franklin Baptist Asso Fare for theiound trip Eleven Representatives in Con- Â¬ ciation cents 49 3t gress will be chosen as well as all 50 county officers except Superinten Awarded and Cir Highest Honors Worlds Fair dent of Common Schools cuit Cleak Â¬ T PHOENIZ HOTEL IN LEXINGTON 4 KY I in H We believe in Advertise no baits they are misleading cn J business methods to give each and every patron equal value Saturday August 18 1894 HEMORRHOIDS Pile cured without surgtct operation and with little or no puln 1 ca ually BQ J A acott Frankfort Ky Antnony teucn Frankfort Ky J T fataten Frankfort Ky V Berborlcli REEEBENCES W McKee Hardle Frankfort Ky g gU You think that is the proper way for an honest reliable en chantr wnat lasting advantage can a dealer attain who nabit- - 39 deceives WE DONT - Ww I ca ca na ca DO - DB KELLEYS office and residence Is at 268 BU West EUbth street Clnctnnatlund where he mar be found every day of each week except SATUR- DAYS PmpWtt descrlfcUjjr these disease ana mode oTtfeatinent senfree to any one DO m d w I by addressing DEI jasM WItbrowFrankfoitKjr L P Uulett Benson Ky A U McClure Frankfort Ky 7 J Hushes Frankfort Ky David Moore Benson Ky Be Frankfort Ky ca ca Us that we handle the finest grades of good - BELIEVE U Y VT te 259 W Eight kklley ii cn lowest QQ BO BQ MV in nrices UUw reliable Men ca aim to be the gg on 1313 8tClnclnnati0 - CONSULTATION TREE- - DEI Hats Caps School Books in ca an nn i c Qd Does our LN Does Your Eyes Burn Does Your Ho d Ache COME AND CONSULT Blur SitWater or ME THE WEEK OF LU pin And Your Glasses Dont Suit AUGUST 20th to AT M A JEWELRY ca KKLBEIITS cn ca cn STORE ca nn 25th Inclnsive ca cn nn Are too frequently resorted to by some but we maintain our fga gg old honest methods that have stood the test of 30 years with gg DB ssyu and are here still BB DECEPTIONS ca DP B na nn Frankfort Ky ca nn ca cn R K McCLURE SON ca Da cn Da nn DP D Â¬ aa rnnnrnniirnnncnnncnnnnnBncn BncnBncacnnacncnBnEnrnnnni tiucucQcacucaeacacacacauuua oucaoEicacacaoacacaaiacaBacu The Old Reliable Shoe Dealers cn Â¬ F with tne Oculist Test Cwse and the modern im proved scientific instruments free 17 M a M m DR Josluli Allens Wife The famous authoress of My OpinHtates ions and Betsy Bobbetts from colds that she owes her freedom during tho and general good health winter season to the use of Dr Hales HouBohold Ointment which she re cards as the greatest medicine of the Old Dr Hale having been her ago physician years ago gives her great Â¬ Res exuninrd Â¬ 109 23 90 WHAT DOES IT MEAN CWEAM of charge rnmss Accmteh Fitted to the Face LENSES GRDU1D TO SUIT YOUR VISION It tnetni that th Queen nj Cmeent Root If IT milti ihortftt tittwten Cincinnati n4 Lexington JStnilca ihcrtett Cincinntu to Ilir mlunhimi o mllee ihottet Cincinnati to New Orleuitt 109 tnllei horte Cincinnati to ChalUnoogiAtlunt or Jackionrille ilcriJ confidence in all of Dr Hales House- Â¬ hold remedies the best in the world f Sold bV PH OAltPKNTElt July 9 Aug 13 and Sept 17 the Kentucky Mfdland will sell tickets to paints in Michigan and return at one fare for the round trip BAKING POWDffl MOST PERFECT MADE of Tartar Powder Free from Ammonia Alum or my othar adulterant 40 YEARS THB STANDARD A pure Grape Cream and making the errors of refraction a a specialty I am prepared to take charge ol all eyes both old and young and fit them with glasses at the most moderate price Beintf a graduate Optician SOLiD VESTIBULED TRAINS between all of the aboTo points Throonh Car to YlckiWjr and fthreT port Duly lino running through care Cincinnati to knoxvllle and Direct Una to Tern anil Mexiio Tl New Orlease or AihoTllle N V Alk aent about tour to California From Loulnllle Tla Shrevepurt Bhlh Tllle and Lwrencburn direct connection U made at Lexington itl wUtafel train to a point boutB r E 0 ZEHAGEN Opthalmic Optician Lexington Ky k Oenl Paeir Aent ft KNEARSoy ClonU O QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE M s J - WnflfWr- - iiijm gtlttaualm- - ummtikju iiiiim il ml j I STOCK TO Vehicles and Harness RE33DXJOEj We vrill for the next 30 days offer our entire stock of Under Stationary and Jump Our vehicles consist of c made by the following Seat Surreys Light Road Wagons Spring Wagons Standard Manufacturers Columbian Buggy Co EL H Babcock Co Troy Carriage C Woodhull bay res Co iroy Buggy Works Lideigh Carriage Co W Scovell and Overman Carriage Co lfl flfrf Hifri 1 ii HT COSTCut Carriages Buggies Ir Yl if m ffi f iTiTnrnfi till ffrlmti nl f fiTt j i fii iTl mTh ri ffi ritt iTftiTfTim f f ODE STOCK OF HARNESS i Consists of Heavy Coupe Track Brake and Buggy Harness all hand made Call and examine our stock early if you want a bargain MASTIN RELIGIOUS Episcopal Church The morning service to morrow will be conducted by Rev Alex Hensley No service at night Darsie the pastor will preach tomor Â¬ row at 11 oclock a m Union service at night UI1IUU1U Christian Church Rev George and reports a fine time He preached 31 sermons and received 45 additions to the Church many of them heads of families The attendance was be- Â¬ yond the capacity of the church which fact considering the extreme hot weather demonstrates the great- Â¬ ness of the religious interest pervad- Â¬ ing the community A Physician Seldom recommends a proprietary SPEND TOUR OUTING ON THE GREAT Rev H G medicine a great many u uur LAKES Henderson will preach to morrow at Household Remedies both in their Visit picturesque Mackinac Island It in their practice Dr families and 11 a m 1250 from De- Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a ss Li tteynoins oi iuruKu in winco will only cost you about Rpal psrntp hmicrht- n1r1 nr tzcfA chnrp nf thf insiiranrp natrnnarre 15 from Toledo 18 from Cleveland No service at night us that he has had occasion to use troit Household Ointment in for the round trip including meals and I A good line of both city and country property for sale at all times Dr Hales Sunday school meets at 930 a m several t ases of burns and thinks it berths Avoid the heat and dust by travelC floating palaces The He writes he has ing on the D has few equals BouTnERN Presbyterian Church Household attractions of a trip to the Mackinac region also used the Dr Hales The Rev D Clay Lilly the pastor Tea in his own fetnily and finds it is arc unsurpassed rpot its island itself Isin-a climate most so good that he cannot afford to do grand romantic will occupy his pulpit to morrow Two new steel passenger is the great blood pu- Â¬ vigorating It morning at 11 oclock No service without it nerve tonic Positively steamers haw just been built for tho rifier and 800000 each lake route at night cures dyspepsia constipation bilious Â¬ upper are equippedcosting every modern with 25 and 59 cents per pack They ness etc Sunday school at 9s30 convenience annunciators bath - rooms age at P H Carpenters drug store etc illuminated throughout by electricity d Life Insurance bought and sold and aro guaranteed to be the grandest Baptist Church There will be no largest aud 6afest steamers on fresh water services to morrow the pastor being and loans negotiated Typhoid Fever These steamers favorably compare with absent on his vacation the great ocean liners in construction and ROOMS AT FRAME COTTAGE OF FOUR Hill Four Sunday school in the Chapel at 930 Mr Butler Glore and four of speed Detroit trips per week between Alpena Mackinac St Toledo a m ill with typhoid Ignace Petoskey Chicago Soo Mar- FOR meeting in the his family are very The Young Peoples ijnd Duluth Daily between Cleve in the Antioch quetto FOR fever at their home Chapel at 715 p m land anu JJctrmt Lmiiy between Cleve I know an old soldier who had IU UlUllUUUil Ul lUMU DbUUUlll have been permanently cured by taking Chamberlains Colic Cholera says Ed- Â¬ and Diarrhoea Remedy ward Shumpik a prominent druggist I have sold of Minneapolis Minn the remedy in thiB city for over seven years and consider it superior to any other medicine now on the market 25 and 50 for bowel complaints cent bottles of this remedy for sale by Phil Carpenter South Side Drug Â¬ gist BROTHERS L B MARSHALL W A GAINES L B MARSHALL CO Real Estate and Insurance Ags - Methodist Church Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET Â¬ FOR RENT I Â¬ SALE RENT of hir Rev Father j daughters is not expected to live Catholic Church W E Gorey the pastor will conduct and one son is the only member the services at Church of the Good of the family able to wait on those Shepherd to morrow Many of the High mass at 730 a m Low mass who are sick 10 a m Benediction after first mass neighbors are afraid to go to the house thinking the disease con- Â¬ First Presbyterian Church tagious and the family is in a piti- Â¬ Rev J McOlusky Blayney D D the Dr O H Rey- Â¬ pastor will occupy his pulpit to- Â¬ able condition morrow at 11 oclock No service nolds the attending physician at night Preaching at the Leestown thinks the disease was caused by Mission in the evening by Rev J the water the family are using McOlusky Blayney D D neighborhood One land and The cabins parlors RESIDENCE OF TWO STORY A seven rooms withFRAME grounds on Murray largo and staterooms of these steamers are de Â¬ signed for the complete entertainment of TWO FRUIE COTTAGES OF FOUR ROOMS street South Side on Taylor avenue hunwuity under home conditions the pal Â¬ property and will be bold on easyThis Is good payments to atial equipment tho luxury of the ap th right party If you are Interested come pointments traveling on these quick makes steamers thoroughly enjoyable Send for illustrated descriptive pamphlet Address O A A Scuantz G P T A D Detroit Mich FINE FARM OF 210 ACRES FINELY Lo- Â¬ Put-in-Ba- y i3 a Â¬ FORJSALE valuable property FOR SALE Or lng It is general debility will euro you cleanse your It a good appetite IF TOUIt JtACK ACTtrS you are all worn out really good for notn Try TWO Is very STORY FRAMERESinENCEOFGROOMS Lewis street with lot 53 by 106 feet This lir and glvo SCO vims OK 6 rsr The Union services will be held to- Â¬ Advertised Letters at Frankfort Kentucky morrow evening at the Christian Church and Rev Mr Lindsey will Below will be found a list of adver- Â¬ deliver the discourse tised letters for the week ending August 18 1894 Elkhorn Baptist Association held Johnson Mrs its 109th session with the church at Chilton Mr Mary T Robert Paris this week meeting on Tuesday Donnell Mr W Kirchner Philippe and continuing in session three days Pain Miss Carrie A Shelton Rose Finn Milindy Sheets Margarett Franklin Association meets on Garnett Miss Stephens Mr Mamie Wednesday of next week with the Mansford Robt Freddie A Scearce F P Baptist Church at Mt Carmel near Hensley Mrs Salyers Mr John Eliza Polsgroves Landing this county TlieN session will continue for two Hudson Morrison Sanford Kate Hockin Mr Peter Tracy Bell days N Thomas Guss Hendrix Mrs Well Nathen Mattie Walker J C A Successful Meeting Rev Geo When calling for these letters say Darsie returned Wednesday from his S B Holmes P M at Waddy Shelby county advertised meeting t 14 jSTIH ui A FORSALE capital OF THE BEST BUSINESS E3TABLISH ments In the city consisting of good clean stock of goods and a well established profltablo trade This Is a line opportunity for a man with cated 8 miles from Frankfort on a good turnpike road upon which there Is a brick resi- Â¬ dence of 5 rooms a tenement of four rooms and all other necessary Improvements This land Is In a high state of cultivation the Improvements are In line condition and In order to make a quick sale will be offered at a bargain A Xi 1 i FOR SALE FARM OF 253 ACRES 3 MILES FROM Frankfort on a good turnpike road with a residence of t rooms 2 tenement houses 2 to- Â¬ bacco and stock barns besldei all other neces Â¬ sary Improvements All of the Improvements Including the fencing on thlspropertynrenew uiiii MAKE WE fncturniK nw A 1 i to order Our rule Is use only best muterlul and employ none but the best TWO HTORY BRICK RESIDENCE OF 8 ROOMS This 14 acres of land In Bridgeport Suecltil attention given repairs and workmen Is good property and Is offered at a bargain repainting old vehicles SPECIALTY MANU FOR SALE quantity of tine tDbaccoIand and would ulso make u tlrst class stock farm It also Iihb h young peach orchard of a thousand trees besides other fruit and in tlrst class condition This farm has a Factory Lewis St Near the River April tf ACRES WITH 2 RESIDENCES Liz A FARM OF CO necessary Improvements two and other property zie Walcutt has rented and moved miles from Frankfort This excellent Is all In Dairy or erassand would make an Â¬ into the Herndon property cor- Garden farm ner of Second and Steele streets where she is prepared to accommodate boarders by the day or week at reasonable rates 48 4t Boarders Wanted Mrs FORSALE FOR SA LE ROOMS oF RESIDENCE property has a lot and Is well located 7 ON C7 x h HOLMES by 150 feet Â¬ L B MARSHALL CO -- TTZTm ff- - Tr1 h MMJJrtHMM 10000 Bolts Wall Paper at Greatly Reduced Prices Screen Wire Screen Doors and Windows Hardware and Wall Paper Harness Saddles and Collars Sherwin and Williams Paints Lead Oils and Colors Iron and eele 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 Salt 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 Do not fail to call when Oor Main and Lewis Streets Base Ball f E7 P M A COLLINS I Opposite the Farmers Bank Â¬ i h m Ifo f m is 1 t i r 1 Bcott lb Brown If iroves cf Schabel c was made off him while he struck State Items out four but as a matter of course The locals have continued their Breckinridge speaks at Col the Frankforts suddenly forgot list of deieat s unbroken during the Georgetown on Monday how to bat as soon as their own past week When their pitchers The monster Owens barbecue pitcher became effective are effective their batting is weak will be given at Woodland Park Frankfort ab n 1b sn PO A E and vice versa In addition to this Barret cf 3b 5 2 2 0 2 0 0 Lexington on Wednesday of next 0 Davis c 0 the fielding in the last two games Hull 2b 14100 3g 31 0 week G2 1 0 0 4 1 6 1 Meredith Following Burke 3b ss has been below par 5 4 cf 3 2 3 0 0 Juvenile burglars are at work in Ryun lb 6 0 2 0 8 0 l is a score of each game THiinelilll rf p 1 0 0 Paris Several houses have been 5 0 2 Merchant p If 0 2 2 0 1 VunDerveer If rf 1 2 entered during the absence of the LEXINGTON 9 FRANKFORT I 47 12 18 Totals 0 27 12 7 occupants and ransacked for valuLexington won this game which AB R IB 8H PO A Paris K ables was played at Lexington last Brown ss 6 1 0 0 2 I 0 6 If 1 l 0 2 0 0 Saturday by hard and timely Heumon O 2b A farmer named Walker and the Reunion J 3 6 0 6 1 1 cf 0 0 0 0 mule he was riding were hitting coupled with the effective Gibner lb killed by Pouge 011 0 0 622 110 51 14 1 lightning as he was returning to his pitching of Knorr who however Keuue c 3b 3 2 Ilellman 0 2 0 was lucky in that all the Frankfort Conover p rf county Wed0 0 0 1 1 home in Jessamine Lawrence 0 0 hard drives went straight at some Totals nesday morning 47 13 14 11 2 27 fielder Innings 12346678 9 T There was a terrific storm in Frankfort 53002101 012 Fayette county Wednesday So sn fo a k Paris ab r Id Frankfort 402 2 1310 0 13 1 0 0 0 Llndey H cf many trees wefe blown down that 1 4 0 0 Davis c Earned buns Frankfort 7 Paris 0 3 0 0 0 0 Hall 2b Two Base Hits Meredyth Pouee J Reamon some of the turnpikes were 1 u 0 3 0 0 Burret rf Three Base Hits Burke Hall 1 1 3 Meredyth ss 4 0 blockaded by the fallen timber Ryan lb 3 0 0 Home Runs Burke Poage 1 0 4 Burke 3b Passed Balls Davis 1 Keboe 2 u u u z u juercnant if 4 Dr John D Clardy a gentleman Wild Pltches Covover 2 VanDerveer p 300 11 00 02 40 3 Tannehlll cf Bases on Balls Off Conover 2 off Merchant 1 well known in this city having Tannehlll 1 1 32 4 Totals 227 12 1 offStruck Out By Conover 3 by Merchant 1 by been a member of the Legislature Tannehlll 4 Lexington AB R IB SB PO A E from Christian county has been Stolen Bases Barret Tannehlll Ryan 4 0 2 0 0 Wallace cf 4 0 0 3 0 Bertc ss nominated as a Democratic cindi Double Play Tannehlll Hall and Ryan 5 McUowan 2b 0 4 2 1 4 0 1 0 0 Van Winkle 3b date for Congress in the Second 8 0 0 Dr 4 Tuesday morning with hydrophobia The child was bitten last by a rabid dog but it was June Formerly of Wakefield R CUOATK A Choate L H FINNELL 5110 5120 6320 Â¬ 534 agony supposed all the poison had been removed from the wound by the V AND application 01 a mad stone sun- day the little fellow complained of HOGSHEAD FACTORY an itching sensation where he had been bitten and of a stiffness in PURCHASED THE PLANING MILL his neck and a hard feeling in his HAVINGtobacco hogshead factory of Messrs Congleton Bros I am prepared to furnish Two physicians were throat SHINGLES summoned and all the known DOORS SASH TURNED BLINDS WORK remedies used without effect and FRAMES STAIR WORK the poor child died in the greatest AND ALL KINDS OF PLANING MILL 5020 Â¬ Knorr t 5 4 3 2 6 1 0 2 2 2 1 0 0 0 4 o 1 0 0 0 0 0 Hales Household Ointment 0 a i s and 35 9 12 Totals 027 C 2 Neuralgia magic Rheumatism Cures Salt Rheum Piles like Jhnlngs 12 8 4 5 6 7 8 9 T1 in the most s6otbing manner Cures 0 Frankfort Granulated Eyelids 01000000Ox 9 Inflamed and and Colds Can be Lexington Cures Coughs 002221 2 taken internally A positive specific Earned Runs Lexington 4 for pneumonia Outs Bruises BurnB Home Runs Berte Brown 2 Chilblains Sores of long standing Wild Pltches VanDerveer 2 Corns and Bunions are cured quickly Bases on Balls Oft Knorr 3 off VanD 6 different from all else superior to all Hit by Pitched Ball Knorr else it has no equal 25 and 50c boxes Struck Out By VanDerveer 4 by Knorr 2 Large size cheapest Sold at P H Double Plays VanDerveer Davis and Rjan Carpenters drug store 8 Ryan and Burke VanDerveer Time of Game 1 45 Goes for Him Umpire Gagen l8tthe finest remedy in the world It absolutely cures catarrh It cures district A well was bejng bored on the Cures property of Hon A H Ward in mw I 4 FRANKFORT This game was a gift to the PARIS w t- H-- visitors by Meredyth whosethree errors were responsible for all four Tannehill of the visitors runs was very effective while as usual the opposing pitcher Lawrence There was a was hit unluckily very small crowdiprescut at Thorn Hill Tuesday to see this contest Lindsey cf Davis c Hall 2b Meredyth ss Burke 3b Ryan lb Frankfort ab 4 4 4 4 SO 4 4 4 4 r Barret rf Merchant It lr Z Tannehlllp Totals 35 010133 110100 010011 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 02101 100 0 0 070 2 0 4 1 1b sn ro a k 0 0 6 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o 2 12 6 Paris Brown ft vr Reamon G If Reunion J ib Glbuer cf Poage lb Hellraan 3b Conover rf Lawience p Totals Innings Frankfort Paris Keboe 0 ss ab 4 4 4 4 4 4 11 12345078 01 00100000 00 33 110200 41 1022 3000100 l 1 1b sn po 0 0 5 0 0 3 0 0 6 1 0 0 2 1 r a e 1 0 0 U 0 3 1 1 News of this week contains the following roast of a party who was here several weeks ago and gave a free lecture A young man giving his name as the Rev Marcus Lever and claiming to be a converted Jew delivered a lecture at one of the churches here last week For some reasonvWhich he failed to ex ojajnvhe left unpaid bills at the nbtel where he stopped as well as at the printing office The mem- Â¬ bers of the church to which he professed to belong are much mor- Â¬ tified at his conduct and kindly proffered to settle all of his bills Those who have never met Brother Marcus will readily recognize him by his long hair his long coat his long pedigree and his long lec- Â¬ tures his shortsightedness his short legs his short memory and short accounts The Anderson 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 New Superintendent Miss Lucy Pattie the newly elected Superintendent of Com- Â¬ mon Schools of this county exe- Â¬ cuted bond took the oath of office and entered upon the discharge of her duties on Monday 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 T ii 9 T x- 0 0 0 2 2 0 4 fir it Earned Runs Frankfort 1 Base on Balls Off Tannehlll 1 Struck Out By Tannehlll 6 by Lawrence 2 Stolen Bases Merchant Tannehlll Double Plays Tannehlll Hall and Ryan Keboe and J Reamon Brown and Poage Time of Game 130 Umpire D W Lindsey Jr i fc Cynthianalast week when a vein of natural gas was struck at a depth of 200 feet The gas was lighted and the flame shot up six or eight feet Sam Fee a negro living at Hooktown Bourbon county became angry with his wife on Thursday of last week and shot her in theJiead neck and breast The woman will probably die and Fee is in jail Lightning struck the stallion stable of Mr Lister Witherspoon near Midway Wednesday morning demolishing the stable and killing his fine trotter Earl Belmont Mr Wlftterspoorr Tiad 226 refused 5000 for him only a short lime ago Little Jimmie Ward a lad of ten years was collecting kindling wood from the cellar of a new building in Paris Saturday when a brick dropped from the third storv struck him on the head fracturing his skull He is in a critical condition but it is thought will recover Five brothers dined togethe r in Winchester on Sunday whose combined ages were 338 years The brothers were Porter Bush of Missouri aged 57 V W Bush of Winchester aged 62 Maj Wir of Texas aged 66 M Bush Ambrose G Bush aijed 72 and Richard G Bush aged 82 both of Clark county Â¬ On Georgetown Enterprise as well as tobacco hogsheads Factory one and a S Y half blocks from Post Office on river front Friday just as the family of A share of public patronage Is solicited Keen had finished dinner a terri- Â¬ ble clap of thunder was heard and CHOATE FINNELL a vivid flash of lightning was seen Sept 2 ly On looking out they saw the barn not far from the house had been POSITIONS GUARANTEED struck by lightning and was on under reasonable conditions Our FREE 96 page catalogue will explain why we can afford it fire As it contained hay oats Dranghons Practical Business College and other things easily burned NASHVILLE TENN Write for catalogue Book Shorthand Penmanship and Tele the whole building was soon en graphy keeping spend more money We in the interest of veloped in flames with no chance ourBmpIoymentDepartment than half the Business louegettaicetn as tuition 4 weeks Dy our metnod keeping of saving it or getting anything out teaching bookteachers is equal to 12 weeks by the old plan 1 year no 600 students pastWe have enter any the of barn He had in the stable vacation prepared time Cheap Board adapted to recently books especially three valuable horses Outcast HOME STUDY Sent on 60 days trial explain that he was offered 5000 for two yoor wants NB WepayWrite us and all va SB Cash for cancies as book keepers stenographers teachers years ago his three year old trot- Â¬ clerks etc reported to us provided we fill same July 14 16t ting stallion Utility and his dam were all burned he also lost 235 bushels of superior wheat which he had put in the granary to sel for seed 50 barrels of corn sever al tons of clover hay several stacks of sheaf oats vehicles and farm implements He had no in- Â¬ on any of his loss which surance Â¬ 1 Â¬ Finish For ECouse firvf 5000 In one of the upper counties a certain family lost their household goods by fire A charitable citizens raised money by subscription to replace the lost goods The husbond took part of the money got drunk and was put in jail when hiswife took the ba ance of the fund and bailed him out is about LEXINGTON FRIR Aug 28 Sept DAILY Â¬ I C o BICYCLC Â¬ TMOTTINO ELAC3EkS N Championship Athletic CoRtests E Largest Povltry Shew Ever Qiveil T FINEST SHOW ON EARTH Steek FlowerVWomeasWerk S T Etc S EisirstoH Rttis on All RailraiisI Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Two doses of it settled the matter and oured him sound and well I heartily recommend thisremedy to all persons suffering from a like com com plaint I will answer any inqui- Â¬ ries regarding it when stamp is in- Â¬ closed I refer to any county official as to my ability Wm Roach J P For Primroy Campbell Co Tenn sale by Phil Carpenter South Side My boy was taken with a disease Best Equipped Grounds in America The first resembling bloody flux thing I thought of was Chamberlains LADIES AND CHILDREN FIEE FIRST DAT BEND FOR CATALOGUE HORACE W WILSON Secji SHELBY T HARBISON Prcst -ftuKIE THE- - Druggist MONON ROUTE The Direct and Popular Line to house on Ann street For Sale or Rent My dwelling J T Buckley tf PUBLIC SALE will sell at my farm on the Frankfort and Versailles pike 8 miles from Versailles and 5 miles from Frankfort CHICAGO And all Points NORTH and WEST Grave Mistakes Physicians frequently make mis Â¬ takes in treatment of Heart Disease The rate of sudden deaths is daily in Â¬ creasing Hundreds become victims of the ignorance of physicians in the One in treatment of this disease four has a diseased heart Shortness of breath palpatation and fluttering irregular pulse choking Bonsation asthmatio breathing pain or tender Â¬ ness in side shoulder or arm weak hungry spells are symptoms of Heart Disease Dr Miles Now Heart Ouro is the only reliable remedy Thous Â¬ ands testify to its wonderful cures James Means was run over by a Southern train at Louisville on Friday of last Georgetown and had his left ankle His crushed and a rib broken leg was amputated just below the knee by Dr John A Lewis Means who lived at Donerail had sat down on the track and gone to sleep when the train backed over him week six-year-old September 5th 1894 PARIS 13 FRANKFORT 12 At Paris on Wednesday the boys succeeded in hitting the ball safe but as Paris hit Merchant hard and was materially assisted by rank errors of Burke and VanDerveer it went for nothing Tan- Â¬ Books free Sold by J W Gaylo 6 nehill was substituted in the box A Or Prices Cream Baking Powder jn the seventh and only one run Eads A Part drape Craws et Tartar Powtkr Â¬ of Fayette son of Mr Jason county died AtlOoclock my crop stock householdandkltch Car en furniture furmtiu Imnllments Ac 1 nice 1 extra bugey horse 3 minute farm horse 1 gray niiiro and Percheron co t 1 fine bugvy horse 1 mare and colt 1 1 yearling Jno tfHkes colt by Pegasus Buffet 1 saddle yearling Keepsake 1 bay mareS-yenr-olJno Wilkes rhawmut l bay 1 Jersey 1 roistered Jersey bull W C P heifer 1 milch cow 12 acre of corn In shock 2 Ami Only First Classs Accommodations clover ricks of buy 800 busliels of wheat 75 For Further Information Address stock hoss 1 surrey pole and double harness 1 1 sulky 1 Mccormick Hinder buggy and harness 1 mower 2 cultivators 1 Disc harrow 1 smooth Â¬ ing harrow 2 Oliver Chilled Plows 2 double S W stt D P A Bryan C P A ovrl plows 1 poney plow 2 farm wagons 1 1 wheat fan 1 cutting box 1 corn horse cart shelter 1 24 gallon kettle 1 12 gallon kettle 8 LOUISVILLE KY good hemp brakes one hay frame TERMS OF SALE All sums 20 and under cash all sums over 20 a credit of six months or without Interest Approved security Sale promptly at 10 a in September 5 1891 R J FOGG Aug 4 51 L U PARKISU Auctioneer Jus Barker G P A Chicago 111 Vestibuled Trains Dining Services Palace Chair Cars Sleepers Pulman U 1 L fr IMMENSE A TTR OJtCU JLOXllli CLOTHING Childrens knee pants 15c to giv Cottonade pants only 49c The best jeans pants reduced to 99c One lot of fancy D B duck vests latest styles duced to 1 One big lot childrens suits reduced to 150 One big lot childrens suits reduced to reÂ¬ k CTIONS iff Grand Program for the entire month of AUGUST at QZi k3 X jl ij r iO re- - m No use to write you along story The prices tell the talc One thing please member THIS SALE IS FOR CASH SHOES One lot ladies Oxfords only 60c SHOES Large sizes only were Si 50 FURNISHINGS Mens handkerchiefs reduced to 5c Mens handkerchiefs reduced to SjC were I2jc Menssuspenders reduced to 15c were 25c Mens suspenders reduced to 25c were 50c Mens working shirts only 22c Mens strong cheviot working shirts cut to 48c Mens fine penang negligee shirts cut to Si were S2 Mens fine white pleated bosom shirts Wilson Brosty make cut to Si were Si 75 Mens socks cut to 4c Mens fine socks 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 OneMot ladies tan Oxfords only 99c m A 1 One lot ladies hand sewed patent vamp shoes only were 4 50 One large lot Bennett only S250 were S5 Small sizes left 1 250 299 were Barnards fine hand sewed Oxfords 50 4 and 5 One large lot mens and boys satinet suits only 3 One large lot mens wool suits fine goods cut to 6 One large lot white canvas Oxfords only 99c were One large lot ladies kid shoes only One large lot mens 6 and 1 10 were Si SO Mens fine corkscrew suits cut to 59 were One lot mens fine clay suits 15 were 25 One lot boys long pant suits ages cut to 6 were gio and Si 2 Blue and black cheviot 10 14 15 j I2c shoes go at S4 50c to 19 all wool Now is the time to buy shoes g and Never in the history of this all wool suits go at 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 ORXJTCHEI1 Duckers In a dog fight one has a choice We are for the Japs Master Willie Fogg who lias been bed ridden for several months with a diseased spine is rapidly gaining his wonted health and IKS Dandruff Kills JOHN ECHOLS ST JOHN BOYLE J strength Breckinridge is beginning to think he did something jn Congress but the people dont think he has done anything anywhere Miss Annie Church of Frank Jin county is visiting the Misses Miss Church is always a Fogg welcome visitor to this neighb r hood It is noticeable that in every large cowd the majority of the Breck inridge badges are worn by kids from twelve to sixteen years old Poor little kids they cant vote but they serve pretty well in the They practice of ill manners seem to find great pleasure in insulting their granddaddies Boys if you would only be boys now when you are men you may have sense enough to walk in the paths of virtue The times are pretty hard We have heard of people living on bread and water Well we have plenty of bread but heaven knows where the water is to come from Miss Callie Williams of Lex Â¬ ington is visited Miss Susie Dar- Â¬ nell last week We are glad to see that Bill Sneed is a candidate for County Now find a man to beat Judge Minus Williams and Frankfort will Col Â¬ Â¬ E3 Democratic nominees who have shown their offensive partizanship We in the Congressional race know you all deserve to go to the devil together but you still have Vote for a decent time to repent man to represent us in Congress and swe yourselves Our girdens are all dried up We have a few indifferent toma Â¬ toes cabbige and potatoes with plenty of good roasting ears We have seen no melons of home growth We often hear people say I do not like a mud slinging cam- Â¬ All this abuse of Breck- Â¬ paign is useless as well as wrong inridge Such talk is the very height of nonsensical nonsense Breckinridge dishonora Â¬ is a low vain selfish brutal libertine a ble vulgar traitor to the party a d his people and no amount of whitewash can Let the make him anything else people know what manner of man We are not acquainted he is with him we have with Mr B no- personal grievance but as a candidate for office any citizen has the right to and fails in his duty if he does not expose and conIf demn his infamous ciimes steals a bushel of Tom Tompkins corn he must go to prison but if Bill Breckinridge squanders 15 000 of his clients money and steals the good name of his people he must go to Congress Damned be all such philosophy and more damned be all who inBulldofus dorse it Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ On to Washington Three years ECMVEU9 ago the only the Hair authentic map of the Virginia battlefields was prepared in the TrfSlUFIMieSOLOTEiy War Department for the ChesaOhio Railway Co It can peake MOVES PHN0 with safety be asserted that it is RUFF the most interesting map published and so great was the demand for the first edition that 100000 were soon absorbed but tei it has been re issued for the occa sion of the K of P Encampment at Washington in August and will GIEMS THE be mailed free after June istupon application to C B Ryan Assis- SHIP AND EN tant General Passenger Agent C LIVENS THE 0 Ry Cincinnati O In con nection with the map is also a de- For Sale by All scription of the crand and varied scenery of the Virginias and the Druggists delightful Mountain and Sea Shore feb 10 lr TIUIIK MAIIK O as well Resorts aong the C as a sketch of the battlefields t C Tie THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY RODTE OSW R R Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ JI 5fl ONLY ONE NIGHTS RIDE Ms limited MEMPHIS JBk LOUISVILLE TQ IS THE MO JT PERFECT SERVICE Â¬ JU Ji a CURE ST LOUIS MEMPHIS VICK8BUEG NEW OKLEANS AND ALL POINTS South and Southwest 41 Ratec Tickets and ull Information furnished by ucKPi Agent oj any itauway uo u not uddress Yo Valiant Knights TABLERSDII V BUCK EYE W J McBRIDE Agent Traveling Pass The Midland offers a rate of Si 5 25 to Washington and return You on account of the conclave can go via either of the greet trunk lines from Cincinnati and re- Â¬ 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 6th OINTMENT A rillll VXD CO Louisville Ky T B LYNOH tenet it Passenger Agent Louisville Ky 1j SOUTH Lv Lexington N TIME TABLE A M A M CURES NOTHING BUT PILES SURE and CERTAIN P M BEST REMEDY for PILES SOXI May 12 known for 15 year as the No 17 9 01 NU9 No 21 845 17 PMPiTidferXICBASSSOft BT ALL OKVOGIBTfl Spring Station Frankfort Bagdad Yiirnallton Midway 777 ly BEST IN QUALI1 I08T IN QUANTITY Guitar Instruction and Piano Timing Brady teacher of will give lessons in Sax guitar the tons celebrated method Pianos latest and most approved First class tuned and repaired For terms references furnished c aDply at 318 Clinton street J Anchorage Ar Louisville Pleasurevllle Eminence Lagrange Iewee Vubey 10 23 10 3S 1044 141 1115 7 07 11 35 025 960 550 617 634 733 212 227 U55 2 35 615 6 6 6 7 7 36 60 67 20 51 06 1144 745 1219 012 A 800 833 349 357 423 448 520 P No K 813 45G 8 88 8 65 9 03 9 35 She Committed Suicide Mr8 F 0 letter My Henry WORMS M NORTH Lv Louisville Anchorage Pewee Valle 7 35 P M MP 620 654 M No 18 No 20 221 No 24 be in it The bread and butter brigade are very happy over the illness ol Uo slow buys umie Jvlr Owens II J 111 wen ana win upc u mc wniosoon oe batteries of truth upon you with renewed vigor when hot shot and shell will make the fur fly thick and fastThe Clipper seems to be very fearful of the defeat of certain 4 - Cone at Paris left this husbandForgive me if I cause you trouble but I suffer so You do not know what these long wakeful wretched nights are to me and I am so tired darling the pain will never bo better It is not easy to 45 tf take my own life but I have been sick so long Goodbye my husband Want Id to Rout This is one I lovo you your wife up in of the thousands that gives A small farm of 50 or 75 acres stead of using Dr Miles Restorative Nervine and being sneodily cured of Possession wanted immediately their wretchedness Goto J WGayle L G Box 143 Frank and get an elegant book and trial Address p fort Ky 50 3t bottle free Â¬ vermifuge 20 YEARS Has led all WORM Remedies BOTTLE RICIURDSOSr WHITES CREW FOR Ijigrange Eminence EVERY GUARANTEED BT SOU BY AM DKUGGISTS Prepared br HKUICIMt CO Midway i Ynrnnlltnn Ar Lexington Higdad Frankfort Mining Station PleuMiruvllle 1020 1045 1055 1111 1130 811 824 850 920 933 949 410 433 448 510 542 560 635 7 05 8011 733 758 30 02 10 28 50 56 U3 0 05 1003 825 855 920 929 910 35 59 OS 21 40 LOCH liny 121 j Â¬ cuted at this office Job work neatly exe Â¬ No 24 will atop at Anchorage and OhriHtiaiiriborg passengora for for Lexington and poiutR beyond Nob 17 19 and 21 connect at Lagrange for Cincinnati No 19 and 21 connect i at Anchorage for Bloointteld Branoh