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I r - The Fraotpobt Roundabout ft GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERS DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance NO VOL XVII Highest of all in Leavening Power FRANKFORT KY SATURDAY Latest U S Govt Report AUGUST 25 1894 51 Baking Powder ABSOLUTEI Citizens Meeting PURE At a meeting of the citizens of characters and vagrants Resolved That we earnestly re- Â¬ Frankfort held at the courthouse on Friday evening Col Thds quest the Commissioners of theÂ¬ to enforce the proRodman was called to the chair Penitentiary and Messrs Pat McDonald and to under the penalty of being con- Â¬ sidered and treated as suspicious On motion of Mr J A Scott a committee of four was appointed to request the Board of Sinking BILLIARDS AND POOL LAWYERS Fund Commissioners to prevent the employment of trusties as fol- Â¬ CHAS G PAYNE WM CROMWELL lows Ira Julian F V Gray Jno Attorney at Law Billiards and Pool W Rodman and Lewis Smith Frankfort Kentucky Tte Club Main Street Also Real On motion of Judge Williams Estate Agent Will practice In tho The Finest Tables In the city Gymnasium and Courts of Franklin and tho adjoining counties Bowling Alleys attached and will also give special attention to the pur Â¬ Mr Henry George Warden of the chase and sale of real estate collection of rents claims and the negotiation of loans Penitentiary was added to the CONFECTIONER general committee W J CHJNN JR On motion adjourned to meet at JOHN R TODD Attorney at Law five Manufacturing call of sub committee of Frankfort Kentucky Business and Professional Directory F V Gray Secy Pat McDonald Chn Purls Fair Confectioner 41 St Clair Street Will practice In all State Courts tloor custom House DRUGS Office second Home made Candles Fruits Nuts and Ice Cream and Soda Water In season Clears and Tobacco Near new brldce W J Marksbury were appointed secretaries The chairman stated the object of the meeting to be to devise means to lawfully rid Frankfort of the ex convict and the trusty Mr Cromwell moved the ap Â¬ pointment of a committee to pre- f pare resolutions for presentation to This motion was the meeting adopted and the chairman ap- Â¬ pointed Messrs Wm Cromwell J A Scott U V Williams W Jett Pat McDonald and R H W Higdon Speeches were made by a num Â¬ ber of citizens Mr McDonald Irom the com- Â¬ mittee reported the following reso lutions which were adopted viz Whereas The city of Frank- fort has long been cursed by the presence ot ex convicis irom ouier sections ot tbis btate remaining liere as permanent citizens after re- Â¬ lease from the penitentiary instead of returning to their respective counties as contemplated by the law requiring the prison authorities to furnish them transportation to their former homes And whereas The tendency of their association here schooled as they are in all crimes on the statute books is to demoralize and corrupt their associates and is a constant menace to the ueace and good order of the city endangering the security or our citizens irom crimes of the most dastardly and revolting character And whereas the ney Consti tution of Kentuoky was adopted by a majority of uearlv 140000 votes which provides that persons convicted of felony and sentenced to confinement in the penitentiary shall be confined at labor within the walls of the penitentiary there is no power in the General assem Â¬ bly or any person lessee or cor Â¬ poration to authorize convicted felons to serve as porters on the public square or as trusties on our streets it is therefore Resolved by the citizens of Frankfort in mass meeting assembled That we will not longer sub Â¬ mit to having this city made the E dumping place for criminals v Resolved That His Honor Mayor Ira Julian be requested to instruct the chief of police that he order the police force to at once make diligent search for all ex convicts in our midst and inquire into their conduct and occupation and by whom employed since their release from the penitentiary and upon such report that the Mayor issue h ptoolamation warning all ex- f nrvmrinfe omit linrp from nflini nniltl- 1 ties to the penitentiary remaining in the city of Frankfort not en- gaged in earning an hopest liveli- A l 1 nwl ili limiA n W X1UUU UIUl WHU UUV3 11UI ottoininn1 nuoMiiuvu good character j and established a SZf that they must within ten days lti leave this oityand not returnhoro Â¬ visions ot the Constitution requir- Â¬ ing convicts to be confined within the prison walls during their terms of sentence Resolved That the chairman be directed to appoint an Executive Committee of twenty five citizens to devise ways and means to secure the removal of ex convicts from the city of Frankfort and to re- Â¬ port at a meeting to be called by the chairman Mayor Julian presented a sub- Â¬ stitute for the resolutions request- Â¬ ing the appointment of a commit tee with instructions to prepare a bill to be presented to the next General Assembly directing all convicts to be removed at the ex-Â¬ pense of the State to the counties where convicted previous to the expiration of their term of sentence and then released This was rejected H AVERILL Druggist The Paris Fair the oldest in the NEWSDEALER State commences on September Main Street opp City Hall A general stock of Drugs Fine Stationery a 4th and will continue five days GUY BARRETT Cigars and Tobacco specialty Prescriptions compounded at all hours A splendid programme has been News Dealer and arranged and includes trotting and NO W R WILLIAMS CO Bookseller pacing races each day while ThursDruggists 332 Main Street day the 6th has been set apart as Fine Stationery Periodicals of all kinds Fancy Goods 314 Main Street field day for athletes for which Dr Prescriptions carefully and accurately filled at all E W Logan of the Louisville hours A fine line of Fancy Toilet Articles FLOUR AND FEED is arranging an at- Â¬ Athletic Club PAINTERS DONALDSON tractive programme The Midland REOCK W B BRTDGEFORD will take you right to the grounds Flour Meal Peed and Produce rates Country The Painter at reduced Fincel Block South Side 10 St Clair Street Its a Mistake Oysters Fish anl Game In season Choice I WnllPaper Paints Oils and Glass constantly on To neglect caring for a cough or cold IlCKies ana reserves Every time yon cough you increase the trouble and soon an inflammation is started that in a short time is difficult to control Dr Hales House- Â¬ hold Cough Cure has such a magic effect upon a congh allaying all irritation so quickly that every person in the land should always have a bot- Â¬ tle of this wonderful medicine on hand to begin taking at once upon It tho first appearance of a cold costs only 25o and 50c a bottle at a P H Oakpenters drucr store Â¬ Â¬ m At a meeting of the Executive Committee held Tuesday the 21st day of August 1894 at the court- Â¬ house there were present Pat McDonald L C Norman John W Rodman Ben Marshall Noel Gaines J W Harrod J W Pols grove M H P Williams Lewis Smith R Higdon Jos Dougherty F V Gray John Tobin and J A Scott On motion Pat McDonald was elected chairman and F V Gray secretary On motion H C Bacon and Ben Williams were added to the committee Major Nornian stated that the committee had been designated by some of the newspapers as a Vigilance-Committee and he desired to resent such an imputation he there Â¬ fore moyed that all meetings of the committee be with open- - doors as nothing would be done outside the pale of the law Adopted Mayor Julian being present stat Â¬ ed that he would lend all assistance in his power to have the vagrant law enforced On motion of Major Norman a sub committee of five was appointed to confer with the Mayor in refer- ence to obtaining names residences and occupations of ex couvicts res Â¬ ident in this city On motion of F V Gray the matter of obtaining photographs of all convicts released when in citizens garb with name residence and for what sentenced was re Â¬ ferred to said committee Tho chairman appointed L C Norman J A Scott Noel Gaines Ben Marshall M H P Williams pipiEIM THE Rising Generation Sat down in comfortable pews yesterday that is a portion of it did and the sweet Johnnie young teacher began to quostion To see if why did Lots wife look back herkut hung right replied Johnnie A grieved look came over the fair young face as she turned to the next young hopeful and asked Where did Adam and Eve go when they were turned out of the garden To the for eating the apple Teddie nearest drug store after Jamaica ginger Tears came but she turned to Jimmie Now Jimmie why was Lots wife turned Cause she was too to a pillar of salt fresh The class adjourned to a vacant lot there was evidently a put up job somewhere Weve been putting up a job on Â¬ of yourj house with our can be 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 That is the kernal of others may sell as good But do they 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 sell-the-best OR any SCREENS HOI2SE other PEST kept out A ZFILj X HARDWARE MERCHANT We will put on sale this week Ourselves 145 pairs in our stock of Kid Gloves Black Tan Brown and Slale regular glove for 75 cents a pair 65 pairs Yellow Chamois Skin Mousqnetair at 60 cents worth 90 cents and 47 pairs 21 button White Kid Gloves at 85 cents worth 125 These are great values 1 Black 8c Hursey A Lot Of Kids FINE HUB ana SADDLES DEALERS IN A COMPLETE LINE OF TROTTING and RUNNING HORSE GOODS BARGAINS lasr ALWAYS ON HAND x aij mar 10 3m Dpirals HflRTSTEINS No 214 232 ANrfcT STREET1 H ft MATTERS THE- M Mar Posts l L tho sub coinmittee Richard Higdon Jndce Williams presented u abn Mr resouuiou auu iiwua icieacu 1 a I have for sale 2000 A No For POSTS 1 CEDAR further particulars apply to me on my premises Fkitmuiff 334 MAIN STREET FRANKFORT J 4 mmmrn j 1 St Clair St next door to R K T Feb 2 N Arnold m McClure tf O M WRtil I 2 I T M ran BOOM ca E3 C3 0 ENTIRE NEW FIE ra tT3 tea STOEK ca Tia VJ m I will for the next 30 days offer everything in my Ell n rn caEacnEaEinEinmEnEianincaE tauaeacatacJcaEacatcacutaeacatjaiiaciacacacaEatatjaLaiiatiaciacacakrauata CHINA DEPARTMENT jaiiaiiakjat3caLjataLacatatjaEacaiajatakiaia At greatly reduced prices A brand new let of Lamps that will be just the thing thi fall at half their value Summer goods in my House Furnishing Department at greatly reduced prices Give me a cull PERSONA Miss Mary Brown Duvall is visiting friends in Lebanon Mr Lem S McHenry is visiting friends in Owensboro Mr John Cannon returned Monday from Rockcastle Springs Miss Pearl Evans is visiting her cousin Mrs Otis Ashurst in George Â¬ Mrs James T Williams and daugh- Â¬ ter of Louisville are visiting Mrs L 0 Kendall iind K 0 Berry on east Main street Mr George P Gillum and daugh Â¬ ters Miss Merrie and little Jane left Thursday for a visit to relatives in Russellville Dr Charles Kearns and family of Covington who have been visiting friends hero for several days returned To Fill tho Vacancy Craik has been appointed Superintendent 0 the Cemetery to temporarily fill the vacancy caused by the death of his father There are quite a number of applicants for the posi- Â¬ tion and an election will be held at the next meeting of the board of directors in September Mr Henry C Advertised Letters at Frankfort town a trip York Mr R W McRery is at home from home yesterday Mr George Salender wife and to Chautauqua Lake New children Miss Rose and Master Steve Miss Lizzie Elkins of Louisville visited relatives in Winchester this is visiting Miss Minnie Cox on Third week and attended the fair street Miss Margaret Allan returned home Rev Paph Julian of Morehead is Saturday from a months visit to visiting relatives in this city and Garrard county accompanied by her county cousin Miss Blanch Stedman Mrs E J Roberts and children Miss Hallie B Todd of Louisville are visiting relatives in Jefferson who has been visiting Miss Margaret county A Lewis in Bellepoint for several Mr Frank Chinn has gone to weeks will return homo to day Waukesha Wisconsin to spend his Maj H T Stanton left Tuesday Ships Surprise The friends of Mr J Wit Ship Is the finest remedy in the world Below will be found a list of adver Â¬ It absolutely cures catarrh It cures Cures and tised letters for tho week ending Neuralgia magic Rheumatism Rheum Cures Salt Piles like August 25 1894 in the most soothing manner Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Montgomery Blackburn Mr Cures Coughs and Colds Miss Alice Can beCharley taken internally A positive specific Birtley Charley Romans Mr for pneumonia Outs Bruises Burns Benson Mr Charley Chilblains Sores of long standing Harry Rowland Miss Corns and Bunions are cured quicklyi Buckner Miss Emma different from ail else superior to alt Rams Mr R T Nellie else it has no equal 25 and 50c boxes Bailey Quincy Willson Wm 3 Largo size cheapest Sold at P H Grain Miss Cora Woodson Mrs Carp enters drug store 8 Fendley Mr G D Lucy Willson Mr J G Linten Mary Lindsey Kentucky Dr Hales Household Ointment m ifo Jm r ran jssise ft s P S- S- - I 4 afternoon to attend the reunion of Mrs S B Holmes visited her sister the ex Confederates at Union WeBt Mrs I N Cardwell in Winchester Virginia where he read a poem this week Messrs William Rucker of Lexing- Â¬ Mr D M McHenry returned Tues- Â¬ ton and Henry Shedd of Philadel Â¬ day from a visit to relatives at phia spent several days with Mr Owensboro Len Hughes on Shelby Btreet this Miss Janie Moore of Louisville is week visiting Miss Virgie Stanton on Mrs Jas A Hodges and daughters Shelby street Misses Julia Bessie and little Helen Mrs Jas W Crutchor returned visiting relatives here Thursday from- a visit to her mother who have been for several weekB returned home in Georgetown Wednesday Miss Minnie Bell returned Tuesday Col L P Tarlton returned Tuesday from a trip to Niagara Falls and from Minneapolis Minnesota where Thousand Islands been acting as judge at the Mrs B B Jeffers and son Master he has Twin City race course for the past Harry have been visiting relatives in two months Versailles this week Mrs Gaston M Alvis and daughter Mm H W Scott of Chicago is of Henderson who have been visiting visiting her parents Mr John Dean the family of her uncle Mr D 0 and wife South Side Barrett on Campbell street left for Mrs Al Smith of Cincinnati is visiting the family of Mr Richard home Tuerday Mr W 0 Lutkemeier has gone to Morris at Spring Hill Dr V A Kaltenbrun and family French Lick Springs Indiana His will return Monday from a trip to wife and several children accom- Â¬ panied him as far as Louisville where Niagara Falls and Canada Mr W P Hudson sr returned they are visiting friends Wednesday from a two months visit Lieut John Thompson U Sr A to friends in Mercer county and son Master Marcellus of Omaha Miss Virginia Brown returned Nebraska are visiting the formers Thursday from a visit to relatives in mother and sister Mrs Julia B Thompson and Mrs Theodore Wylie Henderson and at Lakeland Misses Anita and Hannah Muldoon on Shelby street of Louisville are the guests of Mrs Mr James M Todd has been con0 W Saffell on Second street fined to bed for several days and Mr Misses Annie and Bettie Plaster of R B Jillson is lying very ill at his Both are Louisville are the guests of Miss home on High street among our oldest citizens the former Pattie Graham in South Frankfort Mr George W Lewis of Louisville being 77 and the latter 75 years of returns home to day after a two age weeks visit to relatives in Bellepoint Mrs Lysander Hord entertained Mrs Omar L WilBon and children the following young people Tuesday of Washington City are visiting Mr evening at the home of her daughter J H Williamson and wife near thiB Mrs Bettie Brown on Wilkinson street in honor of her granddaugh city George- Â¬ ter Miss Catherine Monroe of Texas Miss Stella Thommason of town is the guest of Miss Una Mar Â¬ Misses Minnie West Cordelia Bull Mary Gray Lillian shall corner of Logan and Campbell Ella Johnson Todd Allie Peter Sudie Orutober streets Frankie Innes Bessie Innes Laura Miis Reed of Louisville who has Hughes Mayme Gaines Anna Sin Â¬ been visiting the Misses Overton on clair Mary Miles Catherine Oar Shelby street returned home Wed Â¬ rothers Beosie and Hannah Hardin nesday and Stoddard Stanton Jas Ely James Mr and Mrs R M Aldridge left Hughes Hugh Rodman jr Hugh Monday for Petosky Michigan where Duvall Harry Holt Will Bull John they will remain until the first of Rogers Stuart McOloy Sam Rodman Ootober Frank Stagg John Scott Will Hay Col Frank B Richardson and wife craft Chas Herd Sam Brown and returned Thursday evening from a Mason Brown vifilt to friends in the western part of For Rent Pleasant rooms for the State Misses Nettie Walcutt and Alone rent 322 Steele street South Woodson returned Thursday from a Side Mrs Walter R Franklin visit to MissDeBsie Wingato in Wood Â¬ ford connty 51 tf - vacation COMPANY When calling for these letters say S B Holmes P M man formerly of this city were advertised The annual meeting of the- stockholders of greatly surprised a few days ago to Fail to do Their Duty The Frankfort Water Company learn that he was married on the Ky for the Everybody has times failed to do of fire 5th of the month to Miss Myriam their duty towardsatthomeslves Hun Ot Frankfort transaction of electioncorporate Direc Â¬ busi tors nmltUe other ness will be held at Its office In the city or Jarman of Jacksboro Texas but dreds of lady readers suffer from sick Frankfort on headache nevertheless wish him much joy and female nervousness sleeplessness vv troubles Let them follow eanesaay oepiemuer 20 He will make his future home in the example of Mrs H Herbrechter At 11 oclock n m Stevens Point Wis who for Ave the Lone Star State E S- ELY Secretary years suffered greatly from nervous Aug 25 td prostration and sleeplessness tried Henry Carls IJoss physicians and different medicines without success But one bottles of sleep Mr H S Carl formerly of Al- Â¬ Dr Miles Nervine caused sound like a every night and she is feeling ton but now of Lawrenceburg new person Mrs Elizabeth Wheel- Â¬ City Wyoming who has a host of friends in this er Laramie remedies declares who ALL PERSONS WHAVING CLAIMS AGAINST that tried all other M Wllkerson deceased are estate of present the a hereby county estimates his loss by the after three weeks use of the Nervine requirednotified toand all personssame provenlate owing by law for headaohe nervous prostration W M Wllkerson are notified to call and the at settlo big fire in the latter place on Sat c she was entirely relieved Sold once This Ang 9 1891 D W WILKFRSON urday morning at 75 worth of by J W Gayle Trial bottles free L FEATHERSTON 1 Executors skeer with no insurance Aug 11 2 month Â¬ Odd Fellows at Lookout Moun Â¬ Â¬ - J W WATER 8 ior NOTICE Matrimonial - tain Mr Crutcher Newhouse Luther Crutcher and Miss Lorena Newhouse of this city were married Saturday at the home of the grooms grandfather in this county Â¬ Spoke in Bellepoint Hon E E Settle candidate for Congress addressed a good sized crowd at the school house in Bellepoint Thursday evening Mountain The Queen fc Crescent Route Cin FARM LATELY OCCUPIED BT A W cinnati Southern will sell tickets at Cromwell one half mile east of Frankfort affording a fine on Versailles turnpike The farm contains 69 greatly reduced rates and Is opportunity to visit tho many pointsÂ¬ acres purposeswell set In grass and suited for dairy Possession given on November of interest around historic old Look- 1st lt94 If or terms apply to I On September 17th the Sovereign Grand Lodge convenes at Lookout FOR RENT V 1 out address Garrat A GP A-- New Orleans I Hardy A G P A Vicksburg Miss Dallas Tex S 0 Ray T P A Chattanooga A J Lytle D P A J R McGregor T P A Birmingham Ask any agent for particulars or Aug 11 tf WM CROMWELL RH Kentucky Midland Ry Only direct line between JJtflss ONI5 EWJOY N P A Baird T P A W P Cooley T P A Chas W Zell D P Am T A A Whedon P W 0 Rihearson G P W A Beokler 0 A Cincinnati O Frankfort Louisville Ky A Cincinnati lisle Detroit Mich Pittsburg Pa Chicago 111 CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT and Shortest ana quickest between Georgetown Paris Fill Cai UaysTills Cynthiaa mouth t See the Worlds Fair for 15 Cts ad Covington Â¬ Upon receipt of your address and ASK FOB TICKETS VIA KY MIDLAND fifteen cents in postage stamps we will mail you prepaid our Souvenir TRMMS HUM BY CENTBAL STAiQABD TIME Portfolio of the Worlds Columbian TIME TABLE APR 1 1894 Exposition The regular price is fifty cents but as we want you to have A Mf M rTT one we make the price nominal You No 1 No 8 No 7 TRAINS ff AST will find it a work of art and a thing Lt Frankfort A 700 410 to be prized It contains full page Lv Summit 716 416 711 421 views of the great buildings with de Â¬ Lv Elkhorn 42U 718 LvSwltzer scriptions of same and is executed in Lv Stamping Ground 488 728 highest style of art If not satisfied Lv Duvall 444 734 get it we will re Â¬ Lv Johnson 450 740 with it after ydu 467 746 B Both the method and results when fund the stamps and let you keep the Lv Georgetown 603 Lv C S Depot 765 aue is pleasant book Address 618 Lv Newtown Syrup of Figs is taken it 621 Co Chicago 111 Lv CentrevlUe 810 H E Bucklen and refreshing to the taste and acts 82U 626 Lv Elizabeth 4 aao 686 Ar Paris 0 gently yet promptly on the Kidneys 688 Ar Paris Junction Liver and Bowels cleanses the sysN 0 TO ASHVILLJG A M II M P M INo81Nolf tem effectually dispels coldB head Â¬ lNo2 INo4 rates will be made by TRAINS WEST Reduced 7b aches and fevers and cures habitual 664 Lv Paris Junnctlon C 1000 606 Cresent Route to Lv Paris the the Queen Syrup of Figs is constipation 1010 filfi ArEllzabeth 619 1014 only remedy of its kind ever pro- Ashville N C and return on Ar Centervllle 6 27 1022 Ar Newtown duced pleasing to the taste and ac 041 1082 S Depot of the Ar Georgetown 45 747 B 1087 Ar ceptable to the stomach prompt in the occasion of the meeting 800 661 1147 Johnson its action and truly beneficial in its Pharmaceutical Association at th t Ar Dnvall 6 67 810 1163 Ar 703 ano 1100 effects prepared only from the most point September 3rd to 7th in- Â¬ Ar Stamping Ground 7 13 860 111U Ar Swltzer 720 005 1117 healthy and agreeable substances its clusive It Elkhorn SJe from Ar summit Tickets on 726 915 1123 many excellent qualities commend it 925 7S5 A 1180 C points at one and one Ar Frankfort to all and have made it the most Q A connects with L 4 N third fare for round trip B connects with Q 4 C and LS popular remedy known Only through car line from Cin- Â¬ 0 connects with K O 50c Syrup of Figs is for sale in SUNDAY TRAINS bottles by all leading drug cinnati and Lexington without and gists Any reliable druggist who change Direct connection at Lex- Â¬ Nos 12 3 and 4 will1 run on Sundays until Frankfort further may not have it on hand will pro- ington with L S trains from 815 a notice No will leuve 02 arriving a m and Georgetown at 9 cure it promptly for any one who Louisville Paris at 940 The Kentucky Midland Railway and connac wishes to try it Do not accept any VV C Rinearson G P ACin O tlons form the Bbortesf and cheapest route to al substitute points north south east and west b further Foe Sale or Rent My dwelling 0 Yar BER0AWimormation bppija- w WEITZ1L k CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO u D honso on Ann street City Ticket Agent 8AN FHANCI8CD GAL Gen Iass Aft I Â¬ I I ri Â¬ Â¬ 1 f PM Vi Â¬ Xs Â¬ nr 10U13VUC ftr NEW YORK w SufJvd i ki fY Liv3MK4 4 tf J T Buckley GKOB HAKPJIK IS U6D BUpi JtStnm MTJKfrjr Vt W x A i - JriK fctfi iiiKWiiliii 1 rteavtf p Waicnes ClocRsanfl Jewelry Repaireii Engraving Neatly Exeeuted Jv F 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 Dener way to Keep it ana save money tor you in the same way We can convince you tnat it will be very advantageousto buy jewelry of us -- M A SELBERT WSJ- The Leading Jeweler FRANKFORT KY CO m David Oldham while washing protracted illness with consump- Â¬ Rock variety and is a fine speci- Â¬ dishes under a walnut tree near Have tion aged 66 years The deceased men The eggs are not so large was a Scotchman by- birth but had as hens eggs but are longer and Red House Madison county was ON MAIN STEET TO badly injured by lightning last been a resident of this city for the surface very Uneven The nearly forty years He was a contents are the same as an ordi week He was at the time with a sone cutter by trade and much o nary egg and they are just as good party of seven threshers and he It is Basement nf the Capital Hotel his work adorns the cemetery of to eat As soon as she can get was the only one struck said that when the bolt struck - which he was superintendent for enough eggs for a setting Mrs fill this space with an eptire pew advertisemept in a BThey the past fifteen or sixteen years Cooper will give the rooster a Oldham a man standing one hun- Â¬ short timewill Last summer in hopes of benefit chance to show what he can do in dred yards away was knocked clear over a fence ing his health he returned to Scot- Â¬ that line State S S Convention at GrandExcursioii to Washington land spent several weeks visiting Last week a mob composed The Inmann Swan Russellville Co who hold City During the K of P the scenes of his childhood and a mortgage on several thousand mostly of colored people under- Â¬ Encampment On the 28th 29th and 30th of came back to die in the home of acres of land around Proctor op- took to take from the jail in Win- Â¬ annual convention month Those who visit Washington He was twice mar Â¬ posite Beattyville in Lee county chester a negro man charged with thisthe Ky the S Union will be his adoption S of City during the K of P Encamp Â¬ d ried both of his wives having pre- Â¬ are having the same surveyed with attempting to rape a held at Russellville A most at- Â¬ ment August 22nd to 26th inclu- Â¬ colored girl The jailer readily tractive program has been arranged sive should by all ceded him to the grave and leaves a view to forclosing the rnortgage means travel children two sons and two The same firm holds a lien upon admitted them to the jail and the and a very large attendance is ex- Â¬ over the C four O Ry Its train daughters to whom he bequeathed the mammoth saw mill at Clay City door of the prisoners cell was pected Pastors superintendents service is superior to that of any secretaries teachers and scholars the heritage of a well spent life which will be foreclosed and the thrown open but when the mob will find something especially other line while there is no one attempted to take him out he helpful to them Special attention to dispute the fact that the trip Peace to his ashes mill moved to Proctor through the Virginias both for K Miss Nannie Glore fIrnRRTwo Lexington girls met with a defended himself so vigorously will be given to Primary Work scenic beauty and historic interest daughter of Mr Butler Glore little mishap recently that makes with a bed slat that no one dared and every Primary Teacher in the is unequaled in the world After firing State is invited to attend Miss It costs no more for superior died Saturday night at the home them blush when they think of it to enter the cell Mabel Hall of Chicago will make train service and every one should of her parents in the Antioch They had been to the Worlds several shots jpto the celljthe mob several addresses upon this de1 see that their tickets read over the neighborhood after an illness of Fair and in the show case of a left The negro had an examining partment Miss Hall has a Graded picturesque C y O several weeks with typhoid fever Chicago photographer they had trial Saturday and was discharged Primary Class of 450 childtn in See your nearest Ticket Agent Her funeral took place Sunday seen for the first time the picture the proof showing that no rape Sunday school of which Mr B F or address C B Ryan A G P Jacobs is the superintendent Â¬ A Cincinnati afternoon of two young ladies- - as they were had been committed or even atDelegates will be entertained tempted THE BIG FOUR IiOUTE and all who expect to attend are Leitch Mrs Mary T Leitch peeping through a torn newspaper The Louisville Southern railroad requested to send their names to died Sunday night at the home of They admired the group very Has the Best Terminal Facili Â¬ was sold last week to the Drexel Mr M P Sloss at Ruisellville her husband A W Leitch Esq much and concluded to have their ties at Chicago as soon as possible St on the Owenton pike after a pro- Â¬ pictures taken- in the same style Morgan syndicate for 1 000000 The railroads have made a rate t- All trainn enter Chicago on the Illi Â¬ The and the purchasers have filed arti- Â¬ of one fare for the round trip upon nois Central tracks along six miles of tracted illness The funeral took when home in Lexington These the Lake Front through the most place Tuesday afternoon from the plan was carried into excution cles of incorporation as the presentation of certificate of Southern Railroad Company in certificates may be secured at this ficturesque portion the the city and family residence The deceased recently and the photographer magnificent in office or from Miss Mamie F New Central Station on Twelfth street proudly placed one of the pictures Kentucky was formerly a resident of Gratz and Lake Front This station is con Â¬ Huber Secretary at Louisville te Miss Mollie Hall of Versailles It did not stay Owen county but removed with in his show case venient Sunday school workers of every Victoria to the Auditorium Richelieu Â¬ her husband to this county some there long The artist had used a on Friday night t saw a negro denomination are cordially invited in two and Leland Hotels and with blocks of the State and Chicago daily for the picture and climbing up a ladder into her room to attend Wabash Street Cable Lines and the six or eight years ago South Side Elevated Railway Con right under the face of the girls in the second story She procured venient stops are also made at Hyde All Free Tjargo Attendance Park Thirty Ninth streec and Twenty was the advertisement of a Chicago a pistol and snapped it in his face Those who have used Dr Kinds Second street The meeting of Franklin Baptist clothing merchant beginning thus three times before it went off and New Discovery know its value and Magnificent Stations Vestibuled Trains Â¬ those have fired two shots which caused him tunity who have not Call onthe oppor Parlor Cars Wagner Sleeping Oars Association which was held with Our pants are lined in the seat to try it free the adver tised Druggist and get a Trial Bottle Private Compartment Buffet Sleep the church at Mt Carmel pear Lawrerceburg suffered a 45000 to run Onrs No free Send your name and address ing Oars and Superb Dining to make transfer across Cincinnati landing this county fire Saturday morning making the Polsgroves South bound express train No to H E Bucklen Co- - Chicago and connections sample box of Dr on Wednesday and Thursday was third large conflagration in its 3 on the Cincinnati Southern et aPills Free as wellKings New Your ticket should read via the Big ife a copy of Four Route to enjoy these privileges largely attended both days and History road was wrecked a few miles be Guide to Health and Household In E OMcCormick Pass Traffic Mgr u is aDout time our All of the visitors were royally enter- Â¬ neighbor was putting in water yond Lexipgton Saturday night structor Free do you good which is D B Martin Genl Pass Tkt Agt guaranteed to and cost Big Four Route Cincinnati O Col works or purchasing a steam fire The switch lock had been broken nothing at Phil Carpenters Drug tained by the congregation m 4 Store Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Thos Rodman of this city pre- Â¬ engine and thswitch opened by some Worlds Fair Highest Medal and Diploma Midland 3Jow Hates sided as moderator and Mr W A Winchester man comes to the persons wittf malicious intent The H Parrent -- of Bridgeport was front with a prediction that there engineer fireman and baggage 672 to Chautauqua 772 to clerk Both were re elected for will be thirty seven snows the master were- injured but no pass- Â¬ Niagara Falls 872 to Toronto another year The next meeting coming winter engers were hurt The engine and and 1272 to Thousand Islands and return on morning trains of will be held with the church at The Vanceburg Sun tells of a four cars were badly wrecked August 28th via the Midland leads to Consumption Stop Mt Vernon in August 1895 While attending the Breckin Â¬ widow who is worth and 15000 Miles Nerve and Liver Pills the Cough heal the Lungs 20000 Life Insurance who has resided within four miles of ridge speaking at Georgetown op and strengthen the System s Act on new principle regulating that town for nearly ten years yet Mopday Squire Johp Cunning the liver astomach ana bowels though with The Life Insurance Company Dr has never been inside the corpor- Â¬ ham of near Paris had his pocket the nerves A new discovery which carried a risk upon the life picked of a pocketbook which Miles Pills speodily cure biliousness Â¬ ate limits bad taste torpid liver piles constipa of the iate Western B Thomas contained three valuable diamond tion Splendid for men women and At Lexington Thomas Lyons settled with his widow on Saturday Smallest rings The gems belonged J to a ohildren for 25 cents mildest surest 50 doses Samples free at wanted to open a saloon opposite paying her twenty thousand the pew Christian Church but the young lady who is visiting Squire J WGayleB Frankfort Ky 45 ly dollars Cunningham apd wife Bucklens Arnica Salvo officers got out ap injunction re Â¬ Going to Washington the Cream of Cod liver Oil A Knox county jury BfRave straining him He jnow threatens The best salve in the world for Outs and hypophosphltes It is 1200 damages Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Some ten or a dozen members to erect a church at that point and Sheriff Catron palatable and easy on the Fever Soros Tetter Chapped Hands against the L N for making Chilblains Corns and all Skin Erup Â¬ of Dexter Lodge Knights of give it to the negroes Physicians the him ride in the colored peoples tions and positively cures Piles or stomach e l Tii John McCabe a young man of apartment of a car when he was no pay required It is guaranteed to world over endorse it uus tyuuus icavc a- uuciuuuii r iur f ny 10 aicena tne Powell county was killed Tuesday bringing negro prisoners to the give satisfaction or money refunded 9M 935 wasningron Dont bi deceived by Substitutes Price 25 cents per box For sale by of last week He had cut a large penitentiary of the Supreme Lodge meeting He wanted 5000 Phil Carpenter 8 ly Prpril bj Scott Bon N Y All DrucctiU tree which lodged against another Stanford Interior Journal Mrs He undertook to cut the second Craik Mr William Craik died Friday night of last week at his G B Cooper has a rooster that tree when the lodged tree fell on home at the cemetery gate after lays eggs He is of the Plymouth him and crushed his skull Deaths State Items JACOB SWIGERT ml xi Removed From the Batzell Building - 101 AND 102 AWN STREET Â¬ three-year-ol- r - i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Coughing ut wa f Mf if iTO Scotts Emulsion Mi KfflL Tt w 1 wlJK PJP n wiiTjn r J J jr V - at rj- JWnPr i A VJJ - t -- iTV v vmt t Sterling Novelties I have just placed on sale a new invoice of yM i Aik Belt Buckles Hat Pins Waist Pins Which W - L apiaris VsroCE3 COPPeRSMITH work sEsczaiiir orade a asrns I am offering at never heard toxtir of prices i2sr Buttons Hair Pins olxstzb PRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT KBteredattbopost omceatFrnnkfortKentuckr as second class mailable matter Certificate of Settles Tote in county government upon econoSweet Owen mic honest business principles The following letter signed by all the county officers of Owen county appeared in the Lexington Leader ef Friday last Owenton Ky Auguab 131894 Mr Club of your city we the undersigned officers of and the Democratic nomi- Â¬ nees for office in Owen sounty do J EW6LER Isaro is solicited fWAfcr1 Â¬ GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT AUGUST 25 1894 Tho 200th Anniversary The Lewis family will celebrate the 200th anniversary of the settle ment of their ancesters in Virginia during the first week in September W Waimcott Lexington Ky Dear Sib To you and tho Settle Gf A congress of the representatives of the different branches of the clan will assemble upon the farm of Miss Nannie Scott in Spottsyl vania county which has remained in possession of some member of the family for 200 years and of September on the fourth speeches will be made bio graphies of deceased members of the family read photographs of absent ones displayed and a gener- Â¬ The bal- Â¬ al good timeenjoyed ance of the week will be devoted to visiting the old homesteads where older members of the fami- Â¬ ly resided before seeking their fortunes in other States the battle fields around l redericksburg and other points of interest Dr John A Lewis and daugh- Â¬ andv Mr ter of Georgetown Waller H Lewis of this county left yesterday for a visit to Qld Point Comfort and Richmond and will then go to Spottsylvania county in time to attend the meet Â¬ ing where they will be joined by by Miss Mary P Lewis of this county and George A Lewis of this city all of whom will repre- Â¬ sent the Kentucky branch of the family in the congress The family connection is quite large in the Old Dominion and most of those who will attend reside in that State Â¬ hereby send greeting as the friends of Owen county and her candidate assuring you that your generous aid is and will be appreciated We further assure you that Mr Settle will re- Â¬ ceive 2600 votes in this county at least Wishing you God speed in your work we remain yours truly W A Lee Judge of the Owen County Court James W Qayle Sheriff Owen county W L Robinson Deputy SherÂ¬ iff Owen county P A Alexander Deputy Sheriff Owen county J L W Slaughter County Attorney Owen county H B Beck Clerk Owen Cir cuit Court W H Conder Deputy Circuit Clerk John W Douglass Swone Clerk Owen Countv Court H W Hartsough Deputy Clerk Owen County Court J W Hill Judge Owentown Police CourtjBP Snelson Jailer Owen county T L Steger Town Marshal of Owenton P P San ford Magistrate Owen county Â¬ uounty scnool superintendent vv J Accidentally Shot Prof J P Nelson of Lexing- Â¬ ton who was employed by the city and county to superintend the construction of the St Clair street bridge last fall and winter was accidentally shot in the leg at Georgetown on Monday While the big crowd drawn there by the Breckinridge speaking was in town an Owen county man by the name of W J Glass who was drunk tried to shoot a negro and Prof Nelson attempted to take the pistol from him and in the scuffle weapon was discharged the ball entering Prof Nelsons thigh and inflicting a slight flesh wound S 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 dis- Â¬ tribution 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 proportion to the ability to meet it Therefore it is the right of the citizen to demand of his county court tne lowest per cent of tax each year consistent with an economic how est and impartiaf 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 of duty in tne 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 cincts of the county RespectfuUy Â¬ Â¬ Apatt of GASOLINE STOVES Ay wfc -- Mr T - wwrg wr mSHK - i uauatjacacacacacucLJcacacaBa XDp 3roiar OocteirLg 5C lfiM M177 Q ULiclr o-a-- t T7itfcL-X3Teat ari3r mm fuSsOtym JMirn ci cacaisaiaacacaiaatiuDaaaEauaH BaBgGHRnnaiBEJranEaBBBnnnBaBia sv rai isstfa fftitTTiai- - iwtJH FOIK T S AXjIE K H IXTlzT kr S1E3E3T- Km - T wt vrs THE BEST IS AYE T9E CHEAPEST AVOID IMITATIONS OF AND SUBSTI- Â¬ TUTES FOR D6C16 U SAPOLIO 1 lisKSftL MM w svkiJ SCAB Brace the Nerves Sedatives and opiates wont do It These nervines do not make tne nerves strong and falling to do this fall short of productuc the essential of their qu etudevigor And while in extreme coses ana tnese only 01 nervous Irritation such drugs ma be auvlsable their frequent use Is highly prejudlclalto the delicate organism upon which they act and In order to renew their quieting effect Increased and dan Â¬ gerous doses eventually become necessary Hos tetters Stomach Bitters is un efficient substitute It quiets the nerves for such pernicious drugs by bracing toning strengthening them Tho connection between weakness of the nervous system and thut of the onrans of digestion Is a strong and sympathetic link The Bitters by imparting a neauny impulse to tne digestive and assimilating functions promotes throughout the whole system a vleor In wulch the nerves come In for a large share Use the Bitters In malarlu constipation bilious and kidney trou-- Attorney Maxlmrg fortune to receive a small bottle of Cholic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy whee three members of his family weresick with dysentery This one Rmall bottle cured them all and be had some left which he trave to Geo W Baker a prominent merchant of tne mace Lewiston N J and iu cured him of the same complaint When troubled with dysentery di Â¬ arrhoea colic or cholera morbus give chis remedy a trial and you will be more then pleased with the result The praiBe that naturally follows its introduction and use has made it very popular 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by Phil Carpenter South Side Druggist H Sneed Kenneth Bazemorehad the good W r KENTUCKY TOBACCO M m Cls 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 w S u 1 SKSUWtt tyt Br v V BW E3 KT ft I iiismf r Mr J W Marksbury who has been correspondent in this city for several daily papers for the past three or four years has been ad- Â¬ mitted to the practice of law and has opened an office in the second story of the Duvall building on ble m I St Clair street opposite the Court To the Voters of Franklin House He has associated with County Mr Wiley C Man hall and the Frankfokt Ky Aug 1894 style of the firm is Marksbury Yielding to the flattering and Marshall They will make collec- Â¬ earnest solicitation of partial tions a specialty friends and representative citizens of all political faiths 1 have con- Â¬ IIus Anybody Counted Em trary to my purpose to never A Sharpsburg man says that for again stand for office determined every fog during the month of to make the race for County August we will have a snowfall Judge at the November election 1894 next winter He claims that he office inThis is the most important the county government has been a close observer and has In the hands ol the County Judge Now if are placed tne liberties ot the never known it to fail anybody knows how many fogs citizens in criminal trials before court as also the we have had this month he can examining moneyed interests of a large class come very near telling how many of debtors and creditors litigating snows we will have next winter mattersof account in the quarterprovided this Bath county prog ly court besides the settlement and oversight of the estates of nosticator is right widows and orphans To Clennse the System The taxing interests of the citi zens is in the hands of the County Effectually yet gently when cos Judge and the Magistrates tive or billions or when the blood So it will be seen that your is impure or sluggish to perma- Â¬ County Judge wields a large in nently cure habitual constipa fluence in county affairs No more taxes should be laid than tion to awaken the kidneys and liver to a healthy activity with- are absolutely necessary to meet the bonded indebtedness at its out irritating or weakening them maturity and the annual accruing to dispel headaches colds or fever interest thereon together with the use Syrup of Figs necessary amount to conduct the Â¬ Most Delightful Outing of the iW k iv Season Personally Conduct Â¬ ed Tour Over the C O Railroad G L HKNNEN -- yn m j J5L Aria 2Mi ii Â¬ The last tour of the season leaves Cincinnati September ipth for Hot Springs Va Natural Bridge Luray Caverns Richmond Va and Old Point Comfort Party limited to twenty five persons Send for descriptive pamphlet C giving details and itinerary B Ryan A G P A C O Ry Cincinnati Ohio OO TO- - Sit JOHN DRISCOLL THE Tho Queen and Crescent Route Invites inquiries in regard to Sum Â¬ mer Resorts on its line in the pictur Â¬ esque mountains of Kentucky Ten Â¬ nessee and Alabama The lino passes near the famous battle fields at Mill Springs Mission Ridge Chickamauga and Lookout Mountain They are surrounded by charming summer resting places at Burnside Cumberland Palls High Bridge Rugby Rhea Springs Lookout Moun Â¬ tain Springville Alabama and other LJQUOft MERCHANT For absolutely pure Whiskies Wines Bran Â¬ dies Four-year-ol- d for medicinal and family use Anderson Qo Whisky 2 per gallon Older goods at the same low rate c points We 235 Broadway My 26 Cm J Opposite Capitol Square Charming Low railroad rates mountain homes Perfect rest ana nuiet iuuy giving the inlormatlon uesireu for the purpose of having you arrange to spend your summer recreation on our line t W invite correspondence cheer W McKEE HARDIE DRUGGIST Â¬ 0 Rinearson G Cincinnati Ohio P A lioxington Fair August 28th to September yd Â¬ The Queen and Crescent Route tickets to Lexington and return each day of the Fair at one fare for the round trip good to return until September 5th C VV Zell D P A Cincinnati 0 VV C Rjnearson G P A Cin- Â¬ cinnati 0 will sell HALL S OLD STAND FRANKFORT KY We keep a full line of DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES And cordially ask our friends to give us a call m v J W MoKEEiHAEDIE Jan 21 li 0 L GAYLE iwX Jti iuiv i pr JTStTC r tV x u- ml VT MHA- - l FTOwra 3a n yjf AP r wm K I y 3nnGnrcnnnrcnrnrjinnnaGannBannGnGnnnrarcaran Sin W Oa t 1 bo nnnnnnnnnananannnnnananBBnisaBaEaBnnnraEnnnrnEaEnEaR ua cacacaiJUcacacanacacacauQuauucaaauatacacatauataLiacacacaiaauauuuautt 0 O 32 QKTXXOIEacIEEEe own PreGident is K7 aTTOTOIKCIESIK 0 Secretary- offer fcjl l W gMK Rk1 iVEHICbES Until our invoice will September 1st prices annual taken At your si i oo Vehicles at Cost to Manufacture a a fiARHESS AND SADDLiERY on we bci an BH US BC1 na ca en DO BO oa aa BB DO Da Bin MS ata En Together with our entire stock of Harness Saddles Bridles Bits Whips and Dusters Wheels Spokes and Materials of every kind go in O All Leather oa bh BO DO I ik BEI ca EH on BO DO BO DM THIS GREAT NO PROFIT SALE FOR CASH Everybody is buying so will you if you only come and get our prices do En DB ea Bd ca en UCi BB BO BB DD Eta DO V i V5 ca fia Ba ea THE KENTUCKY BUGGY HARNESS WORKS - En DO Ba Da Ba aa Ba 1 nX BBHHEnisnBanaBaEnBnnnaannsnBHflnsHnn Kin sa Ea oa n3 QaEauauaDaaacacauaEaoucuciauaufiJuuuaiueajaaaa4acaeaaaaaflacucataciaca FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT AUGUST 25 1894 Ba EnnaEaEaBaKnEaEnnaEaBaEnEaGaEanananannEanaEnEnEaEaEaEaEaEnnnEn Da Katjacauacacauauati acacacauacauaaauaoacauatjacacacatiaEacatiacauaca FRANKFORT - COLLEGE YOU WANTFOK First term of ensuing year will begin September 12 1894 course of study in - A Vast Throng wflmtf 1 mm frtt Nine coaches filled with people from this citv and county and four with Henry and Oldham county people left here Wednesday ITlOrn JruT Cn tk - nvan w -- - harVlPrilP lwi a SWM CPrC It required two at Lexington the train and when engines to draw it reached Midway several more coaches filled with people from Woodford county were added to Trains were also run the train into Lexington on the other roads centering there and when they Vere all in the crowd in the city aoout doubled the number ex- Â¬ pected The number of strangers W- who were in Lexington on that day is variously estimated from It was by far 20000 to 32000 the largest demonstration of the campaign Chloroformed an Old Friend t V YOUNG INDIES to ckest insr cost THIS OFFER V A full v- ENGLISH LATIN GRKEK FRENCH GERMAN SPANISH LITERATURE COMPOSITION ELOCUTION CONVERSATION DELSARTE MUSIC ART MENTAL PHILOSOPHY ETHICS ELEMENTS OF CRITICISM POLITICAL ECONOMY HISTORY NATU- RAL SCIENCES MATHEMATICS PRIMARY BRANCHES ABLE EFFICIENT FACULTY Our inventory disclosing tpo much UPHOL Â¬ STERED FURNITURE We will until further notice offer at A flm class college in every feature A good home most pleas- Â¬ antly located in which most careful attention will be given to the cul- Â¬ ture health and comfort of pupils greatly Boys Admitted to the Academic Department Prepare for admission to best Colleges and Universities Full mary course aUo For terms and further information apply to Pri- Â¬ Every piece of Upholstered Furniture in our stock consisting of Parlor Come while c Suits Rockers Easy Chairs Sofas the assortment is unbroken REDUGED FELICES R ROGERS J K ZBa urrxes ID ID 207 Second Street Fronting Bridge President I Special Attractions The great annual event in Cen tral Kentucky is the Lexington Fair which begins next Tuesday The and continues five days programme is full of special at- Â¬ tractions which are too numerous See to set forth at length here in another advertisement the column write Secretary Wilson to send you a cetalogue and take one of the special trains to the best fair on earth Defaess Cant Be Cured SON k 71 DR W KELLEY OF CINCINNATI OW111 be artne Hfe PHOENIX HOTEL IN LEXINGTON KY EaEaEnBaEaEaEnEnBaEnEanaHB uauauacakjacacueutaiiiacucijca cauuisuuyuatatfyBaeaticitjUEUEa ca ca aa EaEBEnEaEnEnE3GaEnEaEnEnEa D2 -- m On Tuesday Mr Delly Walcutt killed with chloroform old John his fathers faithful old buggy The poor old fellow was horse 31 years old and had grown so weak from age that when he got down had to be helped up and having lost all of his teeth could eat nothing but bran mashes His dam died last year at ttie age of 37 and seeing1 her suffer for days from extreme weakness and ina- Â¬ bility to eat determined Mr Walcutt to relieve old John of his misery in the quickest and most painless way Â¬ Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday September 1 1894 September 15 1894 September 29 1894 October 13 1894 REEEBENCES E3 We believe in plain oa no baits they are misleading Ea Advertise a business methods to give each and every patron equal value qq HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without surglca operation and wltn little or no pain HP W McKee Bardie Frankfort Ky J A scott Frankfort Ky Anthony Leach Frankfort Ky J T Staten Frankfort Ky V You thihk that is the proper way for an honest reliable mer- eh chant What lasting advantage can a dealer attain who habit- En ually deceives DO WE DONT g SS ca ft q By local applications aa they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deafness and that 1b by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachitm Tube When the tube gets inflamed yqa have a rnmblhior sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed deaf the in In Memory of the Dead Justice ness is the resultbeand unless and thisÂ¬ flammation cya taken ont tube restoredto its normal condition Attorney General W J Hen hearing will be destroyed forever of ten are caused by drick has issued a call for a meet Â¬ nine cases outis nothing but an in Â¬ catarrh which ing of the members of the bar of flamed condition of the mucous sur- Â¬ the State to be held in the court- Â¬ face will give One Hundred Dollars We room of the Court of Appeals in for any oase of deafness caused by by e caunot this city on the 19th day of Sep catarrh that Catarrh Oure oure for Send taking Halls Â¬ tember at 1 oclock for the pur- circulars free 1 nn DAYS Pamphlets describing these diseases D3 and the mode of treatment sent free to any one ca W I KELLEY M D braadressing 12a 259 W Eight St CinclnnatlO nn cu CONSULTATION FREE J W MAKK9BCKV Kev L P Hulett Benson Ky A H Mcciure Frankfort Ky X J Hughes Frankfort Ky David Moore Benson Ky JasM Wlthrow Frankfort Ky DR KELLEYS office and residence Is at 269 West ElKhth streetClnclnnaU and where he mayÂ¬ be found everyday of each week except SATUR- Berberlcn Frankfort Ky Ea ma reliable Men an ea la Women and Children s Shoes and we always aim to be the go nn na lowest in prices DEI Us that we handle the finest grades of good BELIEVE Hats Caps School Books on Da nn DEI faJW B3 IN on DEI DO ca WILEY C MARSHALL on uu nn S3 B21 Marksbury COLLECTIONS A Marshall SPEcfALTY en Da Da ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office up stairs opposite Court House Aug 25 1 ra nn nn DU nn nn Da nn a nn Da nn DOT nn resorted to by some but we maintain our aa Are too frequently nn old honest methods that have stood tne test ot 30 years with SS Da vou and are here still on nn c DECEPTIONS MoCLURE a EMM DO CM R K The iJ pose of taking appropriate action July 9 Aug 13 and Spt 17 upon the death of the late Chief the Kentucky Midland will sell Justice Caswell Bennett tickets to points in Michigan and Several Other Cusps return at one fare for the round trip The white children who had diphtheria have about recovered Awarded but three or four colored children Highest Honors Worlds Fair in Bellepoint now have it MISS MARIA LINDSEY Will resume her class in SON P nn Da nn Da Da Piano Forte Playing Aug 18 4tl Da Old en Da Da EnriananannnnRannnannnanacn nannnanaEannRannnacannnnnn DaDaDaDUDUDaDyuaDJCUDHDriDia DrnriapweuDucacauaDaDaEaDa Reliable Shoe Dealers nn oa nn m t i SEPTEMBER let J W Fairbanks DR PUBLIC SALE on the Vrnnkfort nn 1 will sell at tnv farm Versailles pIXe 8 milts from Versailles ami miles from Jrankrort 1 5 Postmaster at Mankato Neb writes us as follows I have taken but one packajre of your Dr Hales House- Â¬ hold Tea and it is the first medioine I have found that jias done me any good For 30 years I have been troubled with liver and kidney trou Â¬ bles growing worse nil the time For the last 10 years I have not been able to do much or any work I feel dull sleepy and as though I could not stir My bowels Avould not move oftoner than once a week After taking one package I am much better and Have now can take hold and work a good appetite and bowels regular For dyspepsia constipation all liver and Kidney troubles etc it has no equal Only 25o and 50c a package at P H Carpenters drug store a w CREAM BAKING POTVDHt sheller 1 21 Rftllon kettle 1 12 sullon kettle 8 good hemp brakes one hay frame TERMS OF SALE MI sums SM and under MOST PERFECT MADE cash all surosover 20 ticredlt of six months Free rmuont interest Approyeu security A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Hale promptly at 10 n in September B 1891 from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant furniture fiirmlni lmullmentH Vc 1 nice 1 extra farm uorse busty noree 3 minute l tray mare ann reroneron co 1 11 mm uujr horse mare una colt 1 1 jeirllnu Jno Wilkes colt InrMVcusiH 1 bay Keepsake 1 saddle yearling 1 bay Wilkes fliawmut 1 Jersey W C P 1 rmWered Jersey bull heifer 1 milch cow lJ aorei of corn in shoek 2 clover ricks of hay 301 bushels of wheat 5 ntnrk tifus 1 Hiirrev nolo and double harness 1 Binder buiy and harness 1 sulky 1 Mel ormlcksmoot h- 1 mower i cultivators - Disc harrow 1a uouoie ins narrow a Oliver enuieu news wajtons 1 hliovel plows 1 poney plow 2 fiirm horso cart 1 wheat fan 1 cutting box 1 corn pm innre3-ear-olilJno 1- AtlOoclockmycropsockhouspliolilaiHlklteh September 5th 1894 109 WHAT DOES IT MEAN It niMni that thQnm and Creittnt Ront Is IT mild ihorttit tiftrrctn Cincinnati ami Ltilnfton llmtlet ihorttit Cincinnati to Illr tninghamt VOmilei ihuttMt Cincinnati to New Orleans 109ullaaliotUft Cincluutl to Chuttanooga Atlanta or JacktonvilU KKiJiJa rrt - MM SOLiD VESTIBULED TRAINS 1 Through Cara to Tlckitorit and Shwre etwecn all of tho abota point Oulr lino running through cart Cincinnati to hnoivlll anil iicrt Direct lino to Texai ami Mexico via New Orltani or AihcTllle X C Aik amenta akont touri to California Prom Louliilllc via Shreveport hhlbyyllls and Lawrcnciburx direct ronnectlon It mado at LcxlnjU Hh vtlinkd tralnt to 11 fa bvutn c nlNBARSOyj Ceal Iattr Agent Cincinnati O li QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE k 40 YEARS THE STANDARD L U PARKI8H Auctioneer HJ iOGJ Aug 4 51 tKVii gt I TO REDUCE STOCK Vehicles and Harness We will for the next 30 days offer our entire stock of 5 ft ji Stationary and Jump Oar vehicles consist of e made by the following Seat Surreys Light Road Wagons Spring Wagons Standard Manufacturers Columbian Buggy Co H H Babcock Co Troy Carriage i W C Woodhull- Sayres Co Troy Buggy Works Lideigh Carriage Co Scovell and Overman Carriage Co - HT COSTCut Uner Carriages Buggies K W M OUR STOCK OF HARNESS Consists of Heavy Coupe Track Brake and Bilggy Harness all hand made Call and examine our stock early if you want a bargain IiOUISVIIiliE TOBACCO MAR KET Baptist Church There will be no Although there is an ordinance DURRETT services to morrow morninpj the against shooting firearms within FURNISHED by glover RELIGIOUS The Shooting Nuisance pastor being absent on his vacation Union service at night Suuday 8chool in the Ohapel at 930 a m The Young Peoples meeting in the Ohapel at 715 p m - BROTHERS MASTIN L B f MARSHAL W A CxAINES W E Gorey the pastor will conduct the services at Church of the Good Shepherd to morrow Uatholio Ohuroh Rev Father S have permission from some city officer to take this means CHii3TiAN OhuruH Rev George driving away the birds but Darsie the pastor will preach to mor Â¬ of what right has a city official to row at 11 oclock a m No service at night suspend the action of an ordinance two persons Episcopal Ohuhgh The morning in favor of any one or service to morrow will be conducted Wm II Wheeler by Rov Alex Hensley No service at night A prominent contractor and builder of Adams N Y was a great smoker First Presbyterian Church for years He liked his cigar but did Kev J McOlusky Blayney D D the not like the serious throat trouble pastor will occupy his pulpit to- Â¬ that began to come upon him in the shape of a bunch or growth As bo morrow at 11 oclock No service expressed it ho was afraid he was going to have a Grant throat At at night this stage he began using Dr Hales TTniiHfihold it Methodist OiiURon To morrow directly to Ointment aDnlvinir his the bunch inside will be Quarterly Meeting As this is throat several nmes eacn uay a the last communion service during I few weeks of this treatment entirely Mr Hendersons pastorate he desires cured the bad throat and Mr Wheel Â¬ Â¬ especially every member of the er states that it worked a most wonderful cure in his case and that he re Church to be present Rev J Rand gards Dr Hales Household Ointment of Lexington will preach at 11 oclock as the greatest medicine of the 19th century It cures all inflammation a m 25c and 50c boxes at P H Carpen Â¬ No service at night a ters drug store Sunday Bchool meets at 930 a m Â¬ High mass at 730 a m Low mass 10 a m Benediction after first mass shootists the city limits it is almost nightly violated by persons shooting at blackbirds which collect in the The trees on the South Side birds are not half so much of a nuisance to persons in the neighborhood as the continuous reports of the guns and the rain of falling It may be true that the shot LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Sales on our market for the week just closed amount to 3024 hhds with receipts for the same period of 2109 hhds Sales on our market since Jan- Â¬ uary 1st amount to 112111 hhds Sales of the crop of 1893 on our market to L 8 MARSHALL CO n Â¬ this date amount to 111651 hhds Our market this week has been very active and stronger for the fine grades of burley tobacco quite a number of sales having been made at prices ranging from 20 to 2050 The medium and - common grades re Â¬ Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a main unchangedshare oi tne insurance patronage Keai estate Dought sold or leased The following quotations fairly rep A good line ot both city and country property lor sale at all times Â¬ resent our market for burley tobacco 1893 crop Trash dark ordamaged 2 50 3 50 tobacco OQtt TVTQTW RrpTJ WW fc X AI JUU X 5 00 UAA1VU ACJU Common Oolory trash 4 00 Medium to good colory 8 00 5 00 trash 5 50 Common lugs not colory 4 50 8 50 6 50 Common Colory lugs Medium to good colory ft Real Estate and Insurance Ags -- t DI TOtty O Jgfifti mlTrT M-h- 8 lugs Common to medium leaf 9 12 Medium to good leaf 16 Good to fine leaf Selector wrappery 50 00 50 00 18 00 10 00 12 5C 16 00 18 00 FOR RENT FRAME COTTAGE Hill OF FODR ROOMS AT Life Insurance bought and sold and loans negotiated mu 24 60 I know an old soldier who had chronic diarrhoea of long standing to havoi been permanently cured by taking Chamberlains Colic Cholera says Ed Â¬ and Diarrhoea Remedy ward Shumplk a prominent druggist lI have sold of Minneapolis Minn the remedy in this 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 thh remedy Tor sale by Phil Carpenter South Sido Drug Â¬ gist FOR SALE ROOMS COTTAGES TWO FRUIE Taylor uvenue OF FOUR Is good on This on easy payments to property ami will be sold tin right party If you ure Interested come FOR RENT -- OF TWO STORY FRAME RESIDENCE neven rooms with large grounds on Murray street South Side A tt quick Rev D Clay Lilly the pastor will occupy his pulpit to morrow morning at 11 oclock No service at night Sunday school at 030 The union services will be held to- Â¬ morrow evening at the Baptist Church Rev George Darsie will de- Â¬ liver the discourse This will con- Â¬ clude the very pleasant series of Sunday evening union meetings be- Â¬ tween the churches Let a large con Â¬ gregation be present Southern Presbyterian Church For Malaria Liver Trou Â¬ 6 ble or Indigestion uao LROVNS IRON BITTERS G A R Encampment mma lMH liM At Pittsburg Pa September 8th Crescent to 16th The Queen Route wiH make low reduced rates for the occasion C agent or Call on any Q address I Hardy A g p a Vicks burg Miss R H Gamut A g p a New Orleans La A J Lytic d p a Chattanooga Tenn W C Ilinearson g p a Cincinnati OF THE BEST BUSINESS E3TABLISU ments lit the city consisting of good clean stock ot goods und u well established profitable MANU trade MAKE A SPECIALTY WE facturiiu to order Our ruleOF use only capital This Is 11 lne opportunity tor a man with is best material and employ none but the best Special nttentlon given repairs and workmen repainting oil vehicles IBM ul FOR SALE IB FORSALE A FINE FARM OF 210 ACRES FINELY Lo- Â¬ cated 8 miles from Frankfort on a good STORY FRAMERESWENCE OFGROOMS turnpike roud upon which there Is a brick resi Â¬ TWO Lewis street with lot 53 by 10G feet Tula dence of 5 rooms a tenement of four rooms and all other necessary Improvements This land Is Is very valuable property In a high state ot cultivation the Improvements are In fine condition and In order to make a qulctc sale will be offered ut u bargain FOR SALE FORSALE A Factory Lewis St Near the River April FOR SALE Ono More Unfortunate Kfl Mr Moses OConnor has an- Â¬ Tobacco Sticks For Bale nounced in a prospectus that he 50000 oak and hickory tobacco will commence the publication of sticks for sale Apply to J W a new paper tin this city to be Gaines 49 m called the Monthly Advocate Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder on Monday September 3d A Pure drape Cream of Tartar Powder Mrs Lizzie Walcutt has rented and moved into the Herndon property cor- Â¬ ner of Second and Steele streets ACRES WITH 2 RESIDENCES where she is prepared to accom- Â¬ A FARM OF 60necessary Improvements two nnd other modate boarders by the day or miles from Frankfort This property Is all In Brass and would make an excellent Dairy or week at reasonable rates Garden farm Â¬ Boarders Wanted mWO TORYBRICKRE8IDENCEOF8ROOMS This L and 14 acres or land In Bridgeport is good property and Is offered at n uargaln FARM OF 253 ACRES 8 MILES FROM Frankfort on a good turnpike road with a tenement houses 2 to- Â¬ residence of Brooms bacco and stock barns beside all other neces Â¬ sary Improvements All of the Improvements Including the fencing on this property are new und In first class condition This farm has a quantity ot fine tobacco land and would also make u nrst class stock farm It also has a young peach orchard of a thousand trees besides other w m SrSwrt mHwk fruit FOR SALE FOR J3A LE ON RESIDENCE OF 7 ROOMSlot C7 by property has a and Is well located HOLMES 160 feet 48 4t ZiASIKS Needing ft tonic or children who want build lng up should take BIUnVNS IKON BITTERS Is pleaaont cures Malaria Indigestion It Biliousness Urer Complaints and Neuralgia o L B MARSHALL CO n 23 tt ANT- - A Hi 10000 Bolts Wall Paper at Greatly Reduced Prices Screen Wire Screen Doors and Windows Hardware and Wall Paper Harness Saddles and Collars Sherwin awl 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 It if 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 S tit Rope and Twine of all kinds Binders Twine Fish Hooks and Lines Powder Shot and Shells Shovels and Picks Sewer and Flue Pipe On tbe above and hundreds of other articles we are making unusually low prices in need of them Do not fail to call when Cor Main and Lewis Streets Base Ball The Frankfort Club went to Pari- Siturday and played a game with the liam in that city As no record was kept by the Frankfort scorer we take the following report from the Kentuckian-Citi-ze- Q gj ab 5 4 4 4 4 4 3 4 4 II 0 111 811 jyj Mt COLLINS All it 4 1 Opposite the Farmers Bank R CUOATE Formerly of Wakefield Choate L H Lexington Wnllnce cf Berto ss McGownn 2b VanWlnkle 3b Brown lb Groves If Sclinbel c Oiigen rt Dry hot parched but little rain since our last 1 By 0 0 S4 0 1 4 0 Rev T J Stevenson preached 0 0 1 2 Leverone cf 1 1 1 at Buck Run last Sunday 0 Mazzonl rf 0 Â¬ Knorr p 3 2 I AND 86 3 Totals 8 32 8 0 27 15 6 5 Totals 227 13 6 The corn crop has stood the dry t Innings Innings 1 n HOGSHEAD FACTORY 2345678 9 T weather remarkably well 12346678 9 T Frankfort Frankfort 10 0 5 2 10 0 0 9 Several of our people attended Mt Sterling Lexington 00300010 15 the Franklin Association last Wed- Â¬ Frankforts team were defeated Earned Runs Frnnkforts 3 Earned Runs Frankfort 2 Mt Sterling 1 PURCHASED THE PLANING MILL HAVING tobacco hogshead factory of Messrs nesday and Thursday here Saturday afternoon by the Two Base Hits Burke Davis 2 Tannehlll Two Base Hits Davis Meredyth Congleton Bros I am prepared to furnish Three Base Hit Crane tfZ Rev J H Burdin and wife and locals for the third time in one Kuorr Schabel Groves Three Base Wild Pitches Punch 2 Burke Tannehlll SHINGLES Messrs W C Bedford and A W DOORS came over on a Wild Pltch lilts week The club Bases on Balls Off Tannehlll 5 off Punch 1 Knorr SASH TURNED BLINDS WORK Bases on Balls Jff Tannehlll lj off Knorr 1 Macklin attended the Elkhorn special accompanied by a number Stolen Bases LIndfey Davis Burke 2 FRAMES STAIR WORK Strnck Out By Knorr 3 by Tannehlll 6 Struck Out By Punch 3 by Tannehlll 1 of their admirers who thought Association at Paris last week Stolen Bases Gagan Double Plays Meredyth Hall and Ryan 2 AND ALL KINDS OF- Bro Burdin and son Frank also their favorites could win easily by Double Plays Berte McGowan and Brown Burke Hall and Ryan Daniels and Burnett Â¬ hard hitting but when the slug- Time ol Game 210 attended the Shelby Association Time of Game 155 Umpire Rice Umpires Swango and Llndsey last week gers went up against George Rea v as well as tobacco hogsheads Factory one man they found it harder to conMrs Mag Slusher of Mt Sterl- Â¬ half blocks from Post Office on river front and a The game with Paris played at THE LAST GAME nect with his twisters than they ing has been visiting friends and A share of public patronage Is solicited t thought for They hit safely for Thorn Hill on Tuesday was a very The attendance at the games on relatives in our midst during the nine singles and one double but Ldum game in every respect After the local grounds has fallen off to past week CHOATE FINNELL should not have had more than the home team had made seven such an 2 extent that the directory Mr Henry Penn is lying quite Sept lr seven hits altogether with the Merchant was runs in the first and third innings of the Frankfort Club have de- Â¬ sick at his home near this place proper support in the box for the Capital boys the visitors changed up their team termined to disband the team for We make our politest bow to POSITIONS GUARANTEED and the locals hit the ball almost in such a manner as to show that the season and the game this our new county school superinten- Â¬ under reasonable conditions Our FREE 96 pago catalogue will vv every time they came to bat but they had no hope of winning and afternoon will be the last until dent May she be abundantly Drangbons explain why we can afford It Practical Business College with good support behind him were only trying to save them- Â¬ next year so be sure to go out successful in her office NASHVILLE TENN Write for catalogue our boys hit safe nine times The selves for Miss Effie Warren of Louis- Â¬ Book keeping Shorthand Penmanship and Tele the game with Mt and give the boys all the encour- Â¬ was an interesting one from game we spend more money in the interest of graphy ourEfiapIoymentDepartment than half the Business Sterling on the next day Only agement you can to win their ville is visiting friends in our vil- Â¬ Colleges take in as start to finish tuition 4 weeks by our method teachine book keenincr is ennal to 19 weeks hv thn eight innings were played the last game from the Lexingtons lage and vicinity Score oiapian teacners 600 students past year no enter any We have Parisians having to catch the C Some of the best men in the home u Mr John BlShOD Of Versailles vacation prepared time Chkap Board adapted to recently books especiallyusn po a AB FlUNXTOKT it la jk j ii iirw ni iiuiiki kHHrjii iriiri wya 5 0 O train HOME STUDY Barret cf nine have agreed to give Frank- Â¬ this week 10 0 0 0 4 5 2 0 0 Davis c Sent on 60 day trial Write na and explain 6 Tannelilll rf yonr wants NB we pay SB cashforall va Â¬ 12 0 U0 00 AB r In sn PO A E fort the first show for their services Frankfort 5 0 0 0 Hall 2b cancies 88 book keepers stenographers teachers A very delightful picnic was clerks etc reported to us provided wo fill same It Lludsey 5 2 0 3 2 0 10 1 Meredyth ss it is proposed to 100 00 0 Davis o cf 0 0 4 12 0 8 0 0 next year when 4 0 Burke 3b given by the young people of our 0 4 0 4 3 Ryan lb Tannehlll p 100 0 3110 organize a nrst ciass ciud early in community last Saturday in Mr J July 14 lbi 0 4 3 3 0 0 3 4 0 0 Hall 20 Merchant p 0 0 Meredyth ss 4 2 4 4 2 VanDerveer II but there are some F Goddards grove 6 2 3 0 0 10 the season Burke 3b 4 Ryan lb 5 10 8 0 0 86 0 Totals faces that may never be seen 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 Barret rf An ominous frown takes pos- Â¬ 5 0 0 0 2 VanDerveer If 0 1 ad r 1b sn PO A Paris among our players again so go session of the average school boy 0 0 4 2 0 2 Brown ss 39 13 13 0 21 9 6 Totals 0 2 4 0 out this afternoon and give them as the first Monday in September Reamon G p 0 0 4 2b I Rearaon J Paris ab n 1b sn ro A K a rousing farewell LfcJrfTT7HfWfffWiiWPwwg--a4 0 0 1 The manage- draweth near Glbner cf l Bffir 5 0 Glbner If o 0 0 4 2 Poage lb 12 0 4 0 3 ment are behind financially on theÂ¬ Quite a number of our people 4 2 Rearaon G p If 0 0 3 0 Kehue c 1 1 3 Reamon J 2b p 0 0 0 3 Hellmnn 3b 4 Kuhoe c 2b 0 3 0 0 4 Couover If l season but a good crowd to day have been attending the protracted Poage lb 1 3 9 0 2 0 0 Lawrence rf meeting at North Fork Switzer Hellmnn 3b 4 0 1 will pull them through all right 0 4 0 0 2 3 32 7 Totals this week 90 0 0 3 Jamescf ss 3 Leer EV therefore every lover of the national 4 Lawrence rf Innings 121 3 40 5 6 71 8 9 T5 The dry weather has caused 34 6 9 2 24 15 9 game should be at the park this 0 3 0 Totals 0 0 0 Frankfort stock water to be very scarce 7 3 0 0 2 10 0 1 x Purls Innings C 12 3 4 5 6 7 8 T afternoon Pastures also are very short in ct n Aug 28 Sept I Earned Runs Paris 3 Frankfort a Frankfort 30400105 136 THE GAME THIS AFTERNOON sequence thereof o Paris Two Baso Hits Barret 30100020 OAILV N Three Base Hits Brown Conover THOTTINQ ICVCLC Miss Daisy Hockensmith Earned Runs Frankfort 6 Paris 1 The locals will again cross bats f Stolen Rases Kehoe Two Base Hits Hall T oiamping around graced our with the Lexington Club at 330 Double Play Frankfort 1 Championship Athletlo Contests Three Base Hits Burke G Reamon village with her presence the first E Base on Balls Kehoe Hellmnn Lawrence Home Run Burke this afternoon and a lively contest Largest Poultry Show Ever Given Meredyth of this week Passed Balls Davis 1 Glbner 1 is expected Hit by Pitched Ball Ryan Dont forget to go FINEST SHOW ON EARTH S Wild Fitches Tannehlll 1 J Reamon 2 T Struck Out By Reamon 6 by Merchant 1 Miss Louella Powell is visiting Bases on Bolls Off G Reamon 2 off J Bea- - out and see it Wild Pitches Reamun Merchant Stock Flowers Womans Work Etc S mon 2 off Tannehlll 1 friends at Stamping Ground Time of Game--l4Hit by Pitched Ball Ryan Mr Wm Holton of Louisville Exoursion Rates on AH Railroads I Umpire Leer Mr D C Crutchef of the firm Struck Out By Tannehlll 8 by J Reamon 3 who has been visiting in our com Â¬ The Frankfort ball players cer- Â¬ Stolen Bases Tannehlll Barret Ryan J Rea of Crutcher Starks offers a prize munity during the past month or Best Equipped Grounds In America tainly had no room for a kick in mon Kahoe Double Plays Tannehlll Meredyth and Ryan to the next player in the Frank- Â¬ the game Saturday There were James J Reamon and Poage Hellman Kuhoe fort Club who makes a home run two has returned home Poage Miss Willanna Stedman has LADIES AND CHILDREN FIEE FIRST DAY not many close decisions in the and Tlme 145 Umpire Swango on the grounds at Thorn Hill any been visiting friends at Stamping game but what few there were SSK3 FOR CATALOGUE hat in his house Now then boys Ground during the past two the visititors got the best of them HORACE W WILSON Secjfr The Frankforts had their bat- do weeks SHELBY T HARBISON Preat some tall batting ting clothes on again Thursday Miss Mattie Greenup has re- Â¬ The locals easily defeated the and defeated the Mt Sterling team Pen Merchant one of the best turned home from a visit to rele TIKE- champion Lexington team at with ease The visitors had their ball tossers in this section whether tives at Elmville Thorn Hill Park last Friday in a crack pitcher Punch in the box in Miss Nettie Kennie has been the pitchers box at the bat long drawnout game made so by and though many of the hits visiting at Polsgroves Landing in the field or on the bases has the kicking of the visitors who scored off him were made after during the past two weeks been too ill for some time to play threatened to leave the field on chances had been given to retire Miss Mattie Jouett of Stamp Â¬ and will hardly be able to don a ing The Direct and Popular Line to Ground has returned from a of a decision by Swango the side still he was hit very hard account uniform again this season He is visit to friends in our midst calling Davis safe at the plate in White cutting off several licks k missed very much from the ranks Misses Annie Lawles Maggie Charley was that seemed good for two or three the third inning of the local team and all lovers of Scott Eddie Pryor and Mrs J A clearly right and of course re- Â¬ bases In fact the work of the the game hope to see him all right Head and Messrs Berkley Sweat fused to reverse his decision A latter was the best seen in left again soon man Harmon Gray and Ben compromise was agreed upon by field this year Head all of Owen county have Although the And all Points NORTH and WEST been in our midst recently changing umpires and Wicks game was one sided there was Why Dont You Stop Mrs Hattie Hickman of Cyn Lindsey held the indicator for the lots of fine work done and some These words are very familiar to thiana is on an extended visit to Vestibuled Trains rest of the game giving entire that was quite the reverse M The our readers ns not a day passes with iler sister Mrs Drue Darnell in Dining Car Services the sudaeh deth of satisfaction The batting of the locals got in three lightning double out the report of oitizen The some prominent Palace Chair Cars expla this place home team was the feature it plays while that made by Daniels nation is Heart Disease Therefore Rev F W Eberhard and wife Fulman Buffet Sleepers being even heavier than the score and Burnett for the visitors was a beware if you have any of the follow- Â¬ and Dr R C French all of Mid Â¬ ing symptoms Short Breath Pain in Side Smothering Spells shows Swollen way are visiting relatives in this And Only First Classs Accommodations beauty The score Ankles Asthmatic Breathing Weak vicinity For Further Information Acduss and Hungry Spells Tenderness in FBANKKHITAn r in sn ro a e FlUNKFOHT All II In fen ro Mr G M Brock of Crescent Shoulder and Arm Fluttering of Llndsey II cf 6 0 0 0 3 0 0 Llndsey of 3 6 0 2 1 6 Heart or Irregular Pulse C F A Davis o 2 08 3 0 DivU c These View is engaged in business in 8 6 0 3 K6MvFiA 6 0 2 0 2 2 1 Tannehlll p Hall 2b 4 1 1 symptoms mean heart disease 6 Meredyth a 5 Georgetown Hall 2b 0 6 10 00 2 3 0 Meredyth ss The most reliable remedy is Dr 4 8 2 Burke Sb 4 0 0 LOUISVILLE KY 3 Ryan lb Miles New Heart Ouro which has 5 3b To all whom it may concern 0 2 10 Burke lb 4 Barret rf Hr m 0 10 saved thousands of lives Book of take notice The Woodlake school 100 11 Barret W 4 Merchant If 2 0 1 i OR testimonials free at J W Gayloa V M 4 Tannehlll p 0 1 13 0 10 0 VanDerveer If will commence Monday Septem- Â¬ who also Bells the New Heart Cure 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 PO A 2 0 2 4 2- Sterling In sn po a 6 3 G - G 1 3 1 10 Daniels 2b ss Punch p Shenkle ss 2b Burnett Crane lb c Hall R 3b White If Forks of Elklioni FINNELL 4 1 c lb 4 2 4 4 3 4 0 0 0 7 2 0 PLA3OTG MILL 0120030309 0010020003 -- Finish For a Hcuso Â¬ Wh Â¬ 1 1 110 110 110 110 LEXINGTON F0IB I j RAGRS 5 Â¬ V a Â¬ -KZE MONON ROUTE CHICAGO Â¬ Â¬ - 1117 110 110 132 Uiju 1 ber 3 1894 JasBarkerG P A Chicago 111 SW t V V 8 immense ATTRACTIONS MtnnpwwnvipMiirmi Grand Program for the entire month of AUGUST at CRuXCHEK - oil ST ARKS re- - No use to write you a long stury The prices tell the tale One thing please member TRIS SALE IS FOR CASH i CLOTHING Childrens knee pants 15c to i C6ttonade pants only 49c The best jeans pants reduced to 99c One lot of fancy D B duck vests latest styles duced to 1 re- Â¬ SHOES One lot ladies Oxfords only 60c SHOES Large sizes only 125 FURNISHINGS handkerchiefs reduced to 5c handkerchiefs reduced to were I2J4cy suspenders reduced to 15c were 25c a suspenders reducedto 25c were 50c --JM working shirts only 22c n strong cheviot working shirts cut to 48c fine penang negligee shirts cut to Si were 2 fine white pleated bosom shirts Wilson BroslJI make cut to 51 were 5175 Mens socks cut to 4c Mens fine socks black and tan were 20c fine net undershirts cut to 215c were ti One lot mens One lot ladies patent tip Oxfords only 89c were One lot ladies tan Oxfords only 99c were 150 2 One big lot childrens suits reduced to S150 One big lot childrens suits reduced to S299 were 4 and 25 One large lot mens and boys satinet suits only 3 One large lot mens wool suits fine goods cut to 6 One lot ladies hand sewed patent vamp shoes only were 4 50 One large lot Bennett only 250 were 5 Small sizes left 1 50 Barnards fine hand sewed Oxfords 50 - Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens 8c One large lot white canvas Oxfords only 99c were One large lot ladies kid shoes only One large lot mens 6 and 7 shoes 110 were 150- Mens fine corkscrew suits cut to g were 25 I2c 15 jo at 4 One lot mens fine clay suits 15 were One lot boys long pant suits ages 14 to cut to 6 were 10 and Si 2 16 5QC 19 all wool Now is the time to -- buy shoes Never in the history of this Blue and black cheviot all wool suits go at go and One lot mens fine neckwear cut to 25c One large lot1 P K shirts fine goods reduced 75c were 5150 One big lot umbrellas cut to 75c tq3j h VUI 3 - county were prices so cut as at present rna llrru vui iuijji lnf frn1 mi iiuiin3 Ko uaa iciEaviJC3 pillcs ail 11 CRUTCHER A Young Authoress Little Miss Gracia Tilford daughter f Mr R W Tilford of this city who is just ten years of age has quite a literary turn O 89 JL a9l JkvLjESi Dandruff K S9 RECEIVERS that he swallowed it without chew- Â¬ On to Washington and frequently writes stories for Iher own amusement The following from her pen was published in Â¬ the Young Folks Department of the Louisville Times on Friday of last week to eat going up to said Baby Ted mamma who was making black- Â¬ berry jam in the kitchen Mercy said mamma turning and Ive just given you around a big piece of bread with jam on it and now you are hungry What have you been doing Me been paying wifFido Me wants something ing it Ted screamed and mamma ran out of her hiding place where she had been watching him and took Ted in the house where she con- Â¬ soled him with a big piece of bread Ttd said with a lot of jam on it he wasnt dont to pay wif Fido but you may be sure any more did he Gracia Walton Tilford taken with a disease The first resembling bloody flux thing I thought of was Chamberlains Oolic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Two doses of it settled the matter and cured him sound and well I heartily recommend this remedy to all persons suffering from a like corn complaint I will answer any inqui- Â¬ ries regarding it when stamp iB in Â¬ closed I refer to any county official as to my ability Wm Roach J P For Primroy Campbell Co Tenn sale oy thil uarfenter qoueu oiue Druggist My boy was said baby Some Reasons for Bald Heads Bald heads in a great many cases are duo to lack of care This is es pecially so with men You very sel- Â¬ dom see a bald headed woman Why is this In the first place ladies wash their hair and scalp at least once a week and oft times more They spend half an hour twice a day in coming and brushing it The greatest enemy to a good suit of hair is dandruff It stons up the pores of the scalp and shuts off the supply of oil which nature has put there to help preserve its life Another reason 1b lack of You might cleanliness of the scalp just bb well try to raise a good crop on poor land without fertilizer or rain as to keeD a eood suit of hair on your head with your scalp not clean and your head tuu 01 aanaruu Again you must keep your hair soft and silky not harsh and brittle as is so often the case This can be done by some mild antisoptic The best thing now on the market is Sham pona a preparation carefully com- by the eminent Eounded Barnunr in which chemistÂ¬ he combines the power of cleanliness with life retaining faculties It cleans the soalp and hair absolutely removes dandruff when used continuously softens and enlivens the hair and gives tone to its growth There are 25 shampoons in eacn pacicago cue price 25 cents makes it one cone for eacn application thuB placing it in the reach of all Sold by all druggist Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Worlds Pair Highest Award Â¬ the only Three years ago authentic map of the Virginia battlefields was prepared in the ABSOLUTELY War Department for the Chesa- Â¬ Ohio Railway Co It can peake WIVES UNO with safety be asserted that it is BIFF- the most interesting map pub- Â¬ lished and so great was the de- Â¬ mand for the first edition that S V I r 100000 were soon absorbed but it has been re issued for the occa sion of the K of P Encampment k T HIM at Washington in August and will be mailed free after June 1st upon CLEMS THE application to C B Ryan Assis- SCHP UO EN tant General Passenger Agent C LIVENS THE I tie 1 O Ry Cincinnati O In con nection with the map is also a de For Sale by All scription of the grand and varied Druggists scenery of the Virginias and the TRADE MAKK delightful Mountain and Sea Shore feb 10 ly Resorts along the C as well 0 as a sketch of the battlefields hh JJ f Ok lis the Hair JOHN ECHOLS ST JOHN BOYLE C He THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY ROUTE OSWR ONLY ONE NIGHTS RIDE R - i MklfflttfMEMPHIS M s 1Vr LOUISVILLE TQ IS THE M03T PERFECT SERVICE Â¬ t Tt n V MEMPHIS VICKSBUEG NEW ORLEANS AND ALL POINTS v i South and Southwest Rntec Tickets mid nil Information furnished by Ticket Agent of any Railway Co it not address V 5 y s said Well here is some mamma giving him a piece She thought she would watch and see what baby did with it Baby went around the house and sat down on the side step Fido looking very attentively at vthe Ted broke off a large bread and gave it to Fido who piece instantly gobbled it up Now Fido you must not gobsaid baby breaking off ble so But Fido either another piece did not understand babys talk or he did not want to mind one or the other anyhow he gobbled up the second piece just as quickly as the first Now you shall not have any more said Ted turning his back to Fido who curled hjmself up and went to sleep but he slept with one eye open Now Fido was a very sly dog and so he took hispaw and pushed He did not Teds arm suddenly hurt Ted but he gave his arm enough of a push to send the piece of bread flying down the steps Ted jumped for it but Fido was the quickest and he was in such a hurry to get it before Ted got it Â¬ Ye Valiant Knights The Midland offers a rate of to Washington and return You on account of the conclave can go via either of the greit trunk lines from Cincinnati and re- Â¬ turn via either line you desire Tickets good to return Sept mber 8th but they can be extended till the 15th if deposited with the joint agent of the trunk lines at Washington before the 6th 15 25 1 TABLERSDII BUCK EYE W J MoBRIDE Traveling Pass Airent Louisville Ky OINTMENT A SURE rilM CURE CO T B LYNOH General Passonser Agent Louisville Ky L SOUTH Lv Lexington Midway N TIME TABLE A M CURES NOTHING BUT PILES AM 19 P M P M BEST REMEDY for PILES PMMMdbTBICHAMJBON WBD known for IS years as the and CERTAIN No 17 No 9 01 NoaiNo23 Ynnmllton 84S SOU BY AM DRUGGISTS IV STtOUIS Spring Station jranKtorc Bagdad 017 050 i05 CB0 Aliui2 Pleasurevllle Eminence Loernnge BEST IN OUALI1 Ancliorncn Ar Louisville Guitar Instruction and Piano Tuning guitar J OST IN QUANTITY i- Pevvee Valiey 1044 1115 1135 1144 1219 A M 10 AS 10 as 017 C41 61 mm 733 745 812 7 07 Henry Brady teacher of the will give lessons in Sax WORMS WHITES CRE1M I NORTH Lv Louisville Anchorage Pewee Valley P M P 410 433 448 616 642 660 006 635 i M PM 402 410 450 456 535 669 Jill MM No 18 No 20 No 22 No 24 7JS5 tons celebrated method latest and most approved Pianos tuned and repaired First class references furnished For terms c apply at 318 Clinton street 45 tf VERMIFUGE FOR YEARS Ha lad all WORM BOTTLE 20 Lagrange Emlneuce Pleasurevllle Bagdad Midway EVERY Wanted to Rent Possession fort Ky 8UAMNTEED IOLD Bf AIZ DRUGGISTS mpirta dv ST BICHlRDBOa BKUICINK CO LOOTS RitMrili Frankfort Spring Station Ar Lexington Yurnallton 1066 1111 1020 1046 811 824 850 920 933 949 020 054 7 0G 1130 1006 783 768 806 825 866 020 029 946 4 28 5 03 0 06 621 040 A small farm of 50 or 75 acres wanted - Mujr iU ly immediately 143 Address L G Box ytt Job work neatlyexe Spt outed at this office Frank Â¬ No 24 will stop at Anchorage and Ohri8tiausburg for passengers for Lexington and points beyond Nob 17 10 and 21 connect at Lagrange for Cincinnati Nos 10 and 21 connect at Anchoragefor Bloomflold Branoh tSiiiU it- - JO If