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Digital page images are linked to the text file. nm fwuMHir p- r - y - xcQKiwmiix iuiwinrr wirjmiBmimitm r A f - frw - - j ik - - - f -- V1 Frankfort Rofndaboft Gib A LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance NO 1 VL xviii Hghestof all in Leavening Power FBANKFOBT KY SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 8 1894 Latest U S Govt Report ANOXYJIO US JVETTEHS Rel H usa2tti Baking Pomle ville and also to Shaker Ferry the The Mnlls tire Mtnlc the Vehicle oT Business and Professional Directory BILLIARDS AND POOL LAWYERS Sucli Assassins of Cluiructci It has been learned that soiiie CHAS G PAYNE Billiards and Pool person in this city thought to be VM CROMWELL Attorney at Law ABSOUUTEiy PURE A MINISTER ASSAUIiTED m m This month last of each week Rev IllVj Henderson Taken to will be a delightful time of the Task rV ColE II Taylor jr year to travel on the river the for lAinguage Used in the Pulpit weather being warm enough to sit out on the guards of the boat On Monday Col E H Taylor enough the jr approached Rev H G Hen during whileday and cool in motionat night the boat is f the Methodist Church to require a covering on the bed on c Llair street in front of to this the cheap rates and ivrpr rniture store and as Add and there is scenery related W Mr Henderson said beautiful little more to be desired for the substantllly The Capital states you said in pleasure and comfort of people the pulpityesterday that any man who cannot leave their business or make who vote for Mr Breckinridge havnt the means to spare to feel the ne- Â¬ is commithg a wrong and knows a long trip and yet that he seas his conscience when cessity of a few days recreation Have you to restore their health for the he thus indrses him of another year no apology o make for that broad cares and labors teo charge kneving that I intend to vote for him Mr Hendtrson replied that he had none wbn Mr Taylor said You are a lir and scoundrel Mr Henderon rejoined That is only your opinion and I might add the same o you With this Ml Taylor appeared to draw back is if to strike the minister but nfrained and said No you are to small and insignificant foragenleman to notice Of course the day being County Court daj when the city was filled with rrore people than had been here on a similar occasion for some motths it is easy to imagine the efect of such an assault on a ministc of the gospel nd the endless goss p created by it Ministers of otherldenominations were aroused over the occurence and one had the dourage to tell lMr Taylor that it was no evidence of bravery to attack a man whose onscience and callincr bind him and and foot Mr Taylor onlTuesday in speak Â¬ THE KENTUCKY RIVER 11 Frankfort Kentucky a woman has lately been sending The Club Main Sheet Also Real Estate Aicent anonymous letters through the The Finest Tables In the city Gymnasium and Courts of Frinklln and the Will practice In the mljolnltiK counties Homing Alleys attached and will also gUe special attnton to the pur Â¬ mails to certain ladies and gentlechase and sale of real estate collection ot rents claims nnd ths negotiation of loan men who the sender knew were CONFECTIONER W J CHINN R contemplating matrimony The Attorney at Law letters purport to reveal the private JOHN R TODD Manufacturing history of the lady or gentleman Frankfort Kentucky Confectioner Will practice In all State Courts Office second and of course under such cir- Â¬ floor Custom House 41 St Clair Street cumstances would never be other- Â¬ Home mmle Candles Fruits Nuts and Ice Cream DRUGS wise than abusive and insulting in and Soda Water In season Cigars and Tobacco Near new bridge W H AVERILL the pretended information conDruggist veyed It is a pity that the diffi NEWSDEALER Main Street opp City Hall culties of identifying and capturing A general stock of Drugs Fine Stationery a such infamous murderers of the GUY BARRETT Prescriptions specialty Cigars and Tobacco compounded at all hours News Dealer and peace and happiness of good peoCO NO W R WILLIAMS Bookseller ple are often too great to overcome Druggists 332 Main Street but in this instance it is said the Fine Stationery Periodicals of all kinds Fancy postoffice authorities have traced Goods 314 Main Street the letters to one woman who Prescriptions carefully and accurately filled at all hours A fine line of Fancy Toilet Articles under the guise of a lady has de- Â¬ FLOUR AND FEED scended to the level of an assassin PAINTERS REOCK DONALDSON of character to obtain the weapW B BRIDGEFORD Flour Meal Feed and ons of which trade would require Country Produce The Painter that she have an intimate knowl Block South Side 10 St Clair Street edge of all the lewd women of the Oysters FishFincelGame an1 Choice Wall Paper Paints Oils and Glass constantly on in season Pickles and Preserves hand city and their daily visiting list Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ V t Appropriation Raised by Our Senators but Reduced by the Conference Committee surprise the citizens here interested in the improvement of the Kentucky river to learn that notwithstanding the It will doubtless Â¬ Grasp the Opportunity try a 25c bottle of Dr Hales House- Â¬ hold Cough Cure This new remedy acts quickly on the bronchial tubes throat and lungs lessens the desire to cough and heals mucous mem- Â¬ brane If consumption it will cure ou Pleasant to take The children c ike it Carpenter cordially invites Oar enterprising druggist you to P H YOUR OPPORTUNITY -- TO BUY AT Â¬ i ing of the matter The papcj p daily n4Hhln theassault SHiF nother s ma on used ncorrect IS mg good work accomplished by Senators Lindsay and Blackburn in the Senate by which they had secured of appropriation an additional Siooooo for our river the Con- Â¬ ference Committee cut the total sum down from 200000 to 125 oco If the Seventh district which pays several millions of dollars annually in revenue to the General Government had a member of the House of any practical value whatever to his constit- Â¬ uency he would never have suffer- Â¬ ed this shameful reduction of so small an appropriation to be made on a wok of such importance as the Kentucky river to his own district and section of the country Indifferent to the needs of his district and without influence now in Congress if he felt inclined to press a measure to a successful lssue uie recoru 01 mc puuui ci- vices of the present Representa- tVc ol tms dlstnc uno s asKing endorsement from the voters of the counties along the river should be sufficient of itself aside from the moral grounds of oppo- sition to consign him to a retire- ment from the political fields in which vanity verbosity and vitiosi ty have been his chid distinguish- ing characteristics Â¬ Â¬ WHOLESALE PRICE A l pgTSTEIty Lawn Mower To Keep Your Lawn Bright and Clean and Im A WATCH THE p ove the Plae9 A Large and Clean Stock of Hardware Cutlery Etc -- dim Conin -- AT LOW CASH PRICE- S- t AJSTD Remnant Tile Ends M P GRAY HARDWARE MERCHANT w J THIS WEEK UD Black fwe Hursey DEALERS IN I3T scum Doylies HapRins Hps ann sues A COMPLETE LINE OF Towels P1Q6 BPPIB T1SSU6S Ulood Will Tell According to the condition of it If in bad order it shows itself in pim Â¬ ples sallow complexion and various emiptlons of the skin If in good order it shows in the clear complex Â¬ ion the glow of health the good spirits The latter condition you can produce by the use of Dr Hales Household Tea the groat blood puri Â¬ fier and nerve tonic 23c and 50c a packagn at P H Carpenters drug store c TROTTING and RUNNING HORSE GOODS ALWAYS ON HAND India Linens and EDiDfoideries mar 10 3m 232 ZNTIbT Great Values MI Feb 2 Posts STESSO H G MATTEM rrszE For Rknt rent 322 tf T Pleasant rooms for Steele street bouth Mrs Waltkk R Franklin Prices Cream Bakine Powder orlds Fair Highest Medal UTITEin Wo I 214 St Clair St next door to R K I have for sale 2000 A No 1 For CEDAR POSTS further particulars apply to me on my premises T N Arnold D litiiinltr FRANKFORT jjw 334 MAIN STREhT K 2 nd Diploma McClure - tf r 1 A - jmjrj VS H1 lWVtt lJtJ T 5 AN EASY TI V wwnwrnmnuvBtT i Folks who buy clothing of us will have no difficulty in getting through the winter if they pay no higher Mens Suits 5 and 6 better 8 and 10 prices than we charge them for our goods Ridiculously low for such goods tr wtmmimmdmlm 0 Xotes of the Mills Mooting Do the Christian people fully realize the importance of the com ing Mills Meetings If they do they will be continually invoking the blessing of God to turn the hearts of the people to it We have our churches and Gods min isters working all the time laboring for souls but the minds of the people are so immersed in worldly affairs politics and the like that it takes extraordinary means to awaken them to the greatest of all work namely saving of souls The choir for the meeting under the direction of Prof Wayland Graham have had two very encouraging rehearselsat the Baptist Church If the men singers will only turn out like the ladies do this will be the finest chorus ever heard in Frankfort The effect of the singing of a mighty chorus in a great revival meeting is truly soul stirring There is much work yet for this chorus to do but we believe that Prof Graham with his accustomed energy will bring it up to Mr Mills highest expec- Â¬ tations The prospect for a successful beginning on the 25th of this month in the bg tent to be erect- Â¬ ed upon Major Tarltons vacant lot is vtry promising indeed The Finance Committee have raised nearly hall of the required amount and if the remainder of the citi zens to be called upon respond with the liberality of those already subscribing there will be no trouble The committee about finances will go around from day to day until they complete their work Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Hudson Humphries Casseil PEHSOXAIj North Carolina Miss Isabel Lindsey is home from ret Mr Alex Robinson is home from a visit to Washington Mr V JBerberich was in Cincinnati on business this week Miss Ada Boone attended the Bardstown fair this week Mrs K C Berry has returned from a visit to friends in Lexington Mrs McAllister of Floydsburg is visiting the lamily of Judge Pence Miss Lizzie Barret of Richmond Ky is visiting Mrs Margaretta BarÂ¬ Mrs W H Allen of Louisville was the guest of Mrs E S Theobald this week Mrs Caswell Bennett and Miss Ada Bennett went to Smithland this week Mr Millard Hainline of Mt Ster ling was here this week visiting rela- Â¬ tives Mrs Sallie Spotswood of Lexing ton is the guest of Mrs Virginia Mrs Ed Weyler and Miss Josie Westfield of Louisvile are visiting Misses Lizzie and Florence Weitzel at High and Broadway Misses Blanche Steadman of Lex ington and Marguerite Allen of Elk horn visited Miss Mary Todd at Lake Park this week Miss Margaret Lemon of Lexing- Â¬ ton who has been visiting Miss Una Marshall for the past week returned to her home yesterday Mr Jesse Rubel of Louisville was here Tuesday to accompany the re Mrs mains of his grandmother Thurza Lyon to Louisville Mrs Philip Newbrandt and Miss Emma Newbrandt after a visit to Mrs Johnston Barrett returned home to Cincinnati Tuesday Supt Ed Porter Thompson Judge Swango and Capt W S B Hill from the Square attended the reunion of the Orphan Brigade at Russellville this week Â¬ Advertised Letters at Frtmkfort Kentucky Dr Utiles Household dlntmcutIt absolutely cures catarrh Is the finest remedy in win world - Below will be found a list of adver Â¬ tised letters for the week ending Sept 8 1894 Butler Mrs L T Col John CraiK Mrs A V Coleson A B Â¬ Deldny MrH M R Elli Miss Queen Hulett Hunly Hulutt Jonns Darling F Â¬ Griraos Mr Willie Mr A J Mrs C P Miss Idii Bell Stephens It cures Neuralgia and Rheumatism Cures Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum in the most soothing manner Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Ohoy Mios Millie Cures Coughs and Colds Can be Pitchuer H taken internally A positive specific Robinson J R for pneumonia Cuts Bruises Burns Reed Miss Jnne M Chilblains Sores of long standing Rynn Mr J L Corns and Bunions are cured quickly Robert Phil different from all else suprior to wii Rend Miss Susie 0 else it has no equal 25 an50c boxes Rowe Miss Fennn Singleton Miss Josie Largo size cheapest Sp at P H 8 Carpenters drue store Sims John Mrs F A uuvaii visited relatives in this city the first of the week Miss Bettie Moore of Clark county is visiting her sister Mrs Unas Exum this week Mrs Ed Meagher returned home Mo Mrs John H Stuart was in Louis- Â¬ ville Wednesday on a shopping ex- Â¬ pedition Mrs Joseph Humphrey of Ver- Â¬ sailles is the guest of Mrs Grant Green Sr Mr Thomas DeLime is here from New York City visiting his mother and sister Miss Eliza Reed of Louisville is visiting Miss Eliza Overton on the South Side Mr James Conway of Louisville was here on business affairs the first of the week Miss Florence E Salender went to Visitation Academy at White Sul- Â¬ phur Monday Mrs Geo Ingels of Pleasant Hill Mr W S Cady has accepted a posi- Â¬ tion under the Public Printer at Washington and took his departure for that city Thursday to enter upon his duties Mr Cary McChord of Georgetown and his bride who was Miss Cynthia Gray of Donerail are the guests of Mr George M Galbraith an uncle of the groom of Paris after a visit to Miss Gertrude South re- Â¬ turned home Monday accompanied by Miss South who will make Miss Thompson a visit Mrs A F Respess went to Mays ville Tuesday to visit her parents She accompanied to Nashville Tenn her sister Miss Rose Watson who will enter Wards Seminary Mrs Fannie M Trabue who is em- ployed in the Pension office at Louisville under Major G M Adams spent Sunday and Monday in the city with hor mother and sisters Miss Lula Thompson Â¬ The Frankfort Water Company Whitteker W R Harris Â¬ When calling for these letters say Of Frankfort Ky for the eleetJn of Ave Direc Â¬ tors and the transaction of othc corporate busi S B Holmes P M advertised ness will be held at Its onto In the city ot Frankfort on Mr Tvier Knight Mr Kit Moore V M Mitchell Lilliu McGee George Miller Mr John Tackette MrWillinm Thomas Newton West Fred Warren Jnmes K Ward Win 2 Wash W L WATER COM ANY The annual meeting of the stt kboldera of Will Sell Wednesday September 20 1894 Three lots at Thorn Hill all adAt 11 oclock i in o cash if sold dur- Aug 25 td joining for E i ELY Secretary Â¬ 1 Â¬ ing the coming week F H Mokse Roundabout Office A Quarter Century Test NOTICE i j j J ALL PERSONS HAVINJ CLAIMS AGAINST estate For a quarter of a century Dr hereby notified of W M Wlkerson deceased are present Jie same proven as Kings New Discovery has been test- Â¬ required by lawtoand all prsons owing the late ed and the millions who have re- Â¬ W M Wllkerson are notied to call and settle at ceived benefit from its use testify to once This Aug 9 1894 W WILKFRSON D its wonderful curative powers in all L KATUERSTON lungs diseases of throat chest and Executors A remedy that has stood the test so Aug 11 2 months long and has given so universal satis Â¬ faction is no experiment Bach bot- Â¬ tle is positively guaranteed to give relief or the money will be refunded It is admitted to be the most reliable Trial bottles for coughs and colds free at P H Carpenters drugstore FARM LATEIY OCCUPIED BY A W 6 Large size 50 cents and 1 Cromwell one liaf mile east or Frankfort FOR RENT VM CROMWELL i this week from Louisville very much j Mr Martin Hardin a teacher of Hoggsett Academy at Danville was here this week and returned to that city in company with a dozen or more Frankfort boys among whom were Will Haycraft Sam Hughes Henry Hale John Snively Sam Rod Â¬ man and the tw Masons who will attend the school to prepare them selves ior inu universities Mr John A Dickinson the Super intendent of chair factory at the pen- itentiary who came from Louisville about six months ago was stricken with paralysis Monday night at the boarding house of Mr J S Head Mary Etta Smith in Louisville Miss Virgie Stanton entertained at where he is now lying in a serious He cards Thursday in honor of her guest condition will has made many friends Here who sympathize with him Miss Janie Moore of Louisville in his afuetion and wish him early Messrs George Shaw and W C restoration to health Lutkemeier returned the first of the Major Henry T Stanton has re Â¬ week from French Lick Springs turned from West Virginia where he Hon A J Carroll and wife ofi went last week to be present in Louisville were the guests the first Union Monroe county at the first of the week of Judge and Mrs W H meeting of the survivors of the com Holt mand of Gen John Echols now First Mrs Eliza Alexander of Greenville Vice President of the Chesapeake Miss has returned from a visit toi Ohio and Southwestern Railroad at her uncle Dr Waller Bullock in Lex Louisville Major Stanton served on Gen Echols staff during the war and ington read an original poem on the oc Rev W II Hampton and family of casion of the meeting Ashland are visiting Mrs Virginia Hampton and Mr and Mrs Hum Col D F Boyd late of the Ken Â¬ phrey Hyde tucky Military Institute has accepted Mr Geo B Harper Superintendent a chair in the faculty of the Michigan at Orchard Lake of the Kentucky Midland railroad Military Academy Michigan Academy The returned this week from a sojourn at Michigan congratulated in is to be securing the sea shore the services of Col Boyd who is an The wife of Dr E E Hume who is able educator with warm friends at the residence of her mother Mrs throughout the South among the Sam South in the county has been numerous pupils taught by him dur seriously ill during the week but is ing his years of labor in his former now resting in a much improved con- home in Louisiana and in the Ken dition tucky Military Institute of this city I i jr and Mr Thurman Boone attended the Bards- town fair this week Mrs J Pickett Woodson is in Jessamine county the guest of Mr1 Washington Thompson Miss Julia Dixon of Henderson who has been visiting relatives here returned home Monday Miss Kate Green returned home Tuesday from a visit to Mrs Cliff Shropshire in Lexington Mrs Jennie Evans and son Willie of Louisville are visiting Mrs Es mother on the South Side Gen Fayette Hewitt was one of the party that attended the Orphan Brigade reunion this week Mr S R Smith returned Tuesday from a visit to his daughter Miss improved in health Mr J W Headley i School Judge Joseph H Lewis Treasurer Hale Secretary Headley Assistant Auditor Hewitt Inspector Gardner Adjutant General Gross and a num Â¬ ber of others from the Square at- Â¬ tended the reunion of the Orphan Brigade at Russellville this week Mr Harris Greene who has been employed in the office of the Clerk of the Court of Appeals for a year past went to Cincinnati Wednesday to enter the law office of Judge Peck and to study law under that gentleman and in the Cincinnati Law Â¬ AV111 II Wheeler I acre- - Veisallles turnplk Tho turm contains bO ana is well se in grass aim simfu iui dilry purposes Possesion given on No ember 1st lfeiM Kor terms apply to 011 f528 j prominent contractor and builder Aug 11 tf of Adams N Y was a great smoker for years He liked his cigar but did not like the serious throat trouble that began to come upon him in the shape of a bunch or growth As he Only direct line between expressed it he was afraid he was going to have a Grant throat At CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT this stage he began using Dr Hales Household Ointment applying it Shortest and juiciest between directly to the bunch inside his throat several times each day A Frankfort Georgetown and Paris Car Â¬ few weeks of this treatment entirely lisle Maysville Cynthiana Fal- cured the bad throat and Mr WheelÂ¬ er states thafit worked a most wonmoutPMjingto derful cure in his case and that ho re gards Dr Hales Household Ointment ASK FOR TlCIfci LAN as the greatest medicine of the 19th century cures all inflammation It fi 25c and 50c boxes at P H Carpen Â¬ a ters drug store A Kentucky Midland Ry Â¬ Â¬ ur i Electric Hitters Ojne j j Euth the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant ami refreshing to the taste and acts gfiitly yet promptly 011 the Kidneys Liver ami 13cwels cleanses the sys tem effectually hend aulies and fevers enjoys Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ dispels colds and cures habitual Syrup of Figs is the constipation only remedy of its kind ever pro duced pleasing to the taste and ac ceptahle to the stomach prompt in Us action and truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its Grand Army of the Republic many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most September 5th to 9th the Midpopular remedy known land Railway will sell tickets to Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c Putsburg and return at 980 and SI bottles by all leading drug- Good to return September 25th gists Any reliable druggist who C D Bekcaw may not have it on hand will pro G P A cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any Many Persons aro broil substitute down from overwork or household care CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Rrnwnu Iron Rittnrs Rebulldsr Â¬ This remedy is becoming so well Lv Frc known and so popular as to need no lv siu Lv El All who have used Lvrfwl special mention lv Electric Bitters sing the same song of Lv Vitti Dm1 praise A purer medicine does not Lv Job and it is guaranteed to do all Lv Jeoi exist that is claimed Electric Bitters will Lv C S cure all diseases of the Liver and Lv Nev Cei Kidneys will remove Pimples Boils Lv Ell Lv Salt Rheum and other affections Ar Fa drivo AT Fa caused by impure blood--Wi- ll system and prevent Malaria from the TR as well as cure all Malarial fevers For cure of Headache Constipation and Indigestion try ElectricBittors En tiro satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded Price 50o and 1 per bottle at South Side drug store 5 P H Carpenter Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SAN FRANCISCO LOUISVILLE KY CAL NEW YORK NY system aids digestion removes excess of b ftod cures malaria Got the genuine H a BtfqiiSfiW- - ft j v m v - UiwiaiiuwUiart i 4uiABMntfyiHjetoifcifaiW - 3 IS ES T77 rfe55 jaiCLTCn -- CillllllllllllIHI1llliWIIIII2V For novelties vc arc never behind time keeping a -xning our customers are LlA r - J f Likely to want wo stand second to none Energetic endeavor is the main sprint Our hands are always busy preparing attractive novelties and our of our success face is always smiling over good business Our promisesare always 18 karut and The motto THE BEST fits our our establishment in the best of running order case exactly M A SELBERT THE JEWELER Harrod and Jas Manford Clerk Luther Wait Sheriff D ONan Baileys Mill Judges A Violett and Will Watkins Clerk Will Bailey Sheriff J Watkins Bridgeport Judges W Jackson and C Julian Clerk W H Parrent Sheriff Sam Singleton D M Cedar Run Judges very fair division was obtained and Averill and John Halmhuber all sides have expressed themselves Clerk Geo Farmer Sheriff Geo as pleased with the result Breck Green kinridge got 15 judges and 32 Utterbacks Judges G H Sar-Â¬ clerks and sheriffs Owens got 23 gent and W T Sacra Clerk Geo judges one for each precinct but Johnson Sheriff Z T Collins no clerks or sheriffs and Settle got 3 judges and 14 clerks and sheriffs Communicated The following is the list To the tobacco men of the Ashland Voglers Judges W H Posey District and S Parrent Clerk D Nicol Fellow Citizens We are now Sheriff H C Dunigan engaged in an important political Market House Judges P B campaign and one in which we Lillis and D Glanton Clerk Rus tenant farmers and laborers in tobacco are to play an important Hughes Sheriff Jesse Suter A certain class of office Bridge Judges 11 Tobin and part bought politicians have presumed Jas Finney Clerk B G Graham upon our ignorance to an extent Sheriff J T Orr that led them to suppose they V could count upon us in any event Court House Judges J Pruett and Dr J is Ely Cl rk For their own selfish purposes us a candihave presented E M Gober Sheriff Campbell they who by his owntoconfession is date James a base hypocrite a purjured liar Gaines Stable Judges J T and a vile libertine who has been Staten and J E Kirtley Clerk proven a dishonest embezzler of J M Combs Sheriff J Hawkins other peoples money And then followCrutchers Judges N T Arm one of their chosen leadersfootsteps in the lewd and filthy ing strong and M H Cromwell Clerk of his chief proposes to breed Sheriff G Will Duncan L the maidens of the Blue Grass especially the daughters of the toThompson Gas House Judges C Luckett bacco men to their candidate and W T Flynn Clerk P A For what That they might have the honor and their children more Fuhs Sheriff Wm Coovert Here is another presump sense Forks of Elkhorn Judges J tion upon our ignorance Nnv C Frazier and H Bedford Clerk tobacco men I talk to you as one Jno Burdin Sheriff Chas Ken of you and I ask you in Gods name are you going to resent this aiey base insult to ourselves our in til- Â¬ Switzer Judges J H Switzer ers our wives and our daughters and E R Jones Clerk B F or are you indeed the poor igno rant brutes they have assumed you Heatoh Sheriff Geo Barbour candiThorn Hill Judges Z Church to be Will you indorse a dacy the legitimate outgrowth of and Will Quarles Clerk A W which is lewdnes and shame and Leitch Sheriff J W Jones allow the leaders of that candidacy Bloomington Judges Thos to proclaim your wives and daugh Leitch ad Jno Bates Clerk Thos ters the victims of their lewd Kenney Sheriff J M Sullivan passions and shameful conduct No my countrymen we are not Swallowfield Judges William classical scholars we know but Puckett and A Quarles Clerk J little about Latin and Greek or the D True Sheriff Jas Gibson occult sciences but God has given Peaks Mill Judges Robt Suter us common horse sense and we and Cordie Stafford Clerk C C know it is wrong to support a jackLet me appeal ass for Congress Gregory Sheriff Jesse Hocken to you in the name of your own smith honor in the name of the purity Elmville Judges Milton Wig ot your wives and daughters in ginton and Polk Lawrence Clerk the name of the God of our of these fathers to leave Jno Porter Sheriff J C Bridges vile insulters of the ranks virtue womanly Bellepoint Judges Wm Mc and manly pride join with the Cloy and Thos Pence Clerk Ed wealth and purity and honesty Stivers Sheriff Will Sharp and intelligence of this district and Benson Judges F R Bryant blot this infamous memory from I know some of you and Milt Moore Clerk J S our history have honestly drifted into the Hulett Sheriff J H Sheets Breckinridge camp and it was Harvieland Judges J C Penn natural but you have no further and Doc Bennett Clerk George excuse You know now the theo ONan Sheriff V D Harrod ry and would be practice of Col Bald Knob Judges Chas Baker B and his leaders and you can- Â¬ Wiley Clerk Thos not escape the responsibility rest- Â¬ Will Appointments for the IDemo- - and ing upon you Vote for the ColoNash Sheriff D Gordon cratle Primary to bo Held nel and you indirectly indorse the Flat Creek Judges Butler B sentiment of Col Leer vote for Xext Saturday EliKCTIOX OFFICERS Â¬ JACOB SWIGERT -- CO The Democratic County Com mittee met at the court house last Monday and from the list of names reported by each of the three Conmade the gressional aspirants selection of two judges a clerk and sheriff for each of the twenty three precincts in the county A Â¬ Â¬ I him and you insult the mothers who gave you birth the wives you have sworn to protect and the daughters you should rear in the paths of virtue There are good men for Col Breckinridge and the Colonel has many followers but deduct from the list all the hypo crites liars libertines tramps vagabonds and office holders and My the good men are o few brethren come out from this horde of pests and show the world that you are men worthy of the name that you will defend you lovod ones at the ballot box or on the field of battle that you scoVn the accursed vidian who gave utterance to that vile insult and that you will rise in your might and crush him his leader and his If you do not then you party are the ignorant brutes they have branded you Then indeed they have judged you aright and you are unworthy of the noble wives and daughters with which heaven has blessed you On the 15th of this month you will record your standing Slnll it be for virtue or vice for right or wrong for pride May Heaven guide or shame you aright Truly yours Â¬ Have Removed From the Batzell Building ON MAIN STEET TO- - 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Easement nf the Capital Hotel CSSTThey will fill short time this space with an entire new advertisement in a O Jones Rev T T Eaton D D Â¬ A Tobacco Man How to Become Fleshy Dr Miles Nervine not only cures all nervous diseases headache blues nervous prostration sleeplessness neuralgia St Vitus dance fits and hysteria but also builds up the body 1 am pleased to say that alter years of intense suffering with nervous dis Â¬ ease headache and prostration I tried Dr Miles Restorative Ner ine am in two weeks gained eight pounds in weight I could not lie down to sleet bill now wlnon unifanfK unc and am stiil improving wonderfully Cannot say enough for the Nervine Mits L B Millard Dunkirk N V One customer used Nervine and gained fifteen pounds in flesh says Brown M anbury Cortland N Y Trial bottles and elegant book free at J W Gjiylea 3 Bulldofus I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Kentucky Sunday School Con Â¬ vention The twenty ninth Annual Convention of the Kentucky Sunday School Union was held at Russell ville on August 2Sth to 30th Nearly four hundred delegates re presenting the various sections of the State were present The lead ing denominations contributed to the tinkeup of the Convention No more bountiful hospitality could have been dispensed than that which was received from the hands of the beautiful little Knob City A convention is seldem held that awakens a wider local in terests than did thh The attend ance upon all of its sessions fully taxed the capacity of the spacious Methodist Church the place of meeting The program was one of the best ever presented to a convention in the State It provided for the fullest consideration of the great phases of modern Sunday School work Among those who filled places on the program were Mr Wm Reynolds of Peoria 111 Miss Mabel Hall of Chicago the famous primary teacher Rev J R Deering of Versailles Rev C Â¬ iter mi Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Hnrdv A G P A Vicksburg Miss S C Ray T P A Dallas Tex A J Lytle D P A Chattanooga J R McGregor T P A Birmingham of Promiso The W A Beekler N P A Chicago 111 C A Baird T P A Detroit Mich Is the mUhty WW the land that tickled Mi W P Coolev T P A Pittsburg Pa a hoe laughs a harvest the IU Dorado of the Chas W Zeil D P A Cincinnati O miner the goal of the agricultural emigrant A Whedon P T A Louisville Ky While It toenii with all the tsiuent of wealth W C Rinearson G P A Cincinnati and prosperity some ot the tilrest and most fruitful portions of It bear a harve t of malaria FOR DYSPEPSIA reaped In its fullneai by those unprotected by a Indigestion and Stomach disorders take No one seeking or duelling medical safeguard HltOWVS 1HOV HITTKKS All dealers keep it 81 per bottle Genuine haa In u malarial locality safe from the scourge trade mark ana croised red tinea on wrapper without Hostetters Stomach Hitters Emigrants Commercial travelers so Â¬ bear this In mind journing In malarious regions should carry a bot tle of the Hitters In the traditional gripsack Ag ihist the etteots ot exposure mental or bodily overwork damp and unwholesome food or water it Is an Infallible defense Constipation rheu Â¬ matism biliousness djspepsla nervousness and loss ot strength are all reaiedled by this general restorative Rev Carter Helm Jones Rev Geo E Foskett Mr J H Yundt and Mrs John A Miller Faith all of Louisville Rev Latimer C C Russell of Franklin Rev J W Mitchell and Rev H C Set tle D D of Hopkinsville and Mrs Louise L Simmons of Newport The discussions were marked by highly practical aims and were for the most part rich in sugges tion The singing under the di rection of Mr H W Dohrmann of Louisville was greatly enjoyed The report of the Executive Committee showed good progress in all departments of the work during the past year In the face of the hard tinier an excellent financial was m ide showing There has been great advancement in the actual work of the chooh of the State There is iirge em ployment of the most approved methods The new era in prim Bet ary work in just bgining ter preparations for teachers is beuijj secured through a large use of the normal course of study Judge John Stite- - of Louisvrtlt was the President of the Conven vention It is proposed to make the 30th annual convention which will be held next year at some point in the central part of the State a memorable occasion Â¬ Â¬ the big Fori iioute Has the Best Terminal Facili Â¬ ties at Chicago Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ All trains enter Chicago on the Illi- Â¬ nois Central tracks along six miles of the Lake Front through the most picturesque portion of the city and land passengers in the magnificent New Central Station on Twelfth street and Lake Front This station is con Â¬ venient to the Auditorium Richelieu Victoria and Leland Hotels and with Â¬ in two blocks of the State and Wabash Street Cable Lines and the South Side Elevated Railway Con venient stops are also made at Hyde Park Thirty Ninth street and Twenty Second street Stations Magnificent Vestibuled Trains Parlor Cars Wagner Sleeping Cars Private Compartment Buffet Sleeping Cars and Superb Dining Cars No transfer across Cincinnati to make connections Your ticket should read via the Big Four Route to enjov these privileges E U McCohmick Pass Traffic Mgr D B M vktix ienl Pass Tkt Agt Big Four Route Cincinnati O Â¬ Â¬ i Odd FellowOn - at Lookout Moun Â¬ tain Â¬ Grand Lodge convenes at Lookout Mountain The Queen ifc Crescent Route Cin Â¬ cinnati Southern wjll sell tickets at greatly reduced rates affording a fine opportunity to visit the many points of interest around historic old Look- Â¬ out Ask any agent for particulars or address P H Garrat A G P A New Orleans September 17th the Sovereign luiul 1 Â¬ CONSUMPTION Is Â¬ Milos Nerve and Livor Pills Act on a new principle regulating the liver stomach and bowels though the nerves A new discovery Dr Miles Pills speedily cure biliousness bnd taste torpid liver piles constipa Â¬ tion Splendid for men woman and children Smallest mildest surest 50 doses for 25 cents Samplesfree at 45 ly J W GayloB Frankfort Ky averted or if too late to avert it it is ofttn cured and always reiavod by Â¬ Â¬ Scotts Emulsion the Cream of Cod liver Oil Cures Coughs Colds and Weak Lungs Physicians th world over endorse it Dont be deceived by I Â¬ Uiielcleiis Arnica Sulvt The best salve in the world for Outs Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt llheum Fever Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns and all Skin Erup tions and positively euros Piles or no pay required It is guaranteed to give satisfaction or money refunded Price 25 conts per box For sale by 8 lv Pun Cakpentkk Â¬ m H Â¬ Substitutes All Drug gilt C it Piprd bjr Scott Jt Hownt N Y 1 t i 4 k- - 4 mwBBiraiKmramnvaancnMMrainnniinMrana LUUIDCSKVIfSflSm com fVa r -- 7 r -- - - SViHocri wnra5R U WWVJHlMl -- l m i It -- iv vx vi Ei filssaS aCfttt WW MTJ fc Mm imSuaawBAao mMRor - ni For a minute and consider that values are as good to day as they were two years ago but the factor cash has not in all instances been able to perform his mission and to invite him to partake with me I have laid aside the legend mistrust and unfurled the banner of quick sales and small profits and I will have something from now on MK toscn0 iiasrE vyATcxa txtozrk j FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Entered at the post as second class mailable mutter ofllce specialty aitd -- tt3T7k tbade in W L COPPERSMITH uiasrE TEaa is solicited CIRCUIT COURT at FrankfortKentucky Something About the Docket for the Court to Regin on Next Monday GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub continued cases which will proba- week and consequently has been bly be hastily pissed over to the spared the painful necessitr of next term while another portion reading the strictures of a local of the later cases will necessarily afternoon paper upon his conduct be continued for want of prepara- in permitting the insertion in our The equity tion to go into trial last issue of tne correspondence shows 154 continued cases of Bulldofus in which that gen- - docket SS hew cases The ordinary tleman pays his respects to J reck and contains j6 indictments None the less docket inridge and Leer continued cases and 154 new however has the burden of our 34 cases The fiscal docket or Com contemporarys displeasure been monwealth cases for revenue num From the subfelt in the office Among the indictments editor to the carriers and from the iber 50 are 45 against those who gave foreman to the devil from the away whisky on the last city largest font of wood type to the The cases of the election day smallest letter of nonpariel from city against the Deposit State the chase to the shooting stick and National and Frankfort National from the mallet to the plane Banks for city taxes levied under from the cylinder to the proof the new charter and tax ordinance press and from Westons Ledger and the case of A K Lair of to No 2 News everything and Scott county a stockholder against everybody connected with us is the Kentucky Midland Railroadi bowed down with grief and shame transferred from Scott county and In the great plague of London having an answer and cross petiin 1665 the house in which the tion filed by the Home Construcdread disease made its appearance tion Company are of most public was marked with a prayer and The cases of Ben Jack- Â¬ feeling that the occasion when we interest son and Wm Follis for alleged have directly or indirectly given damages sustained in being thrown a supporter of Breckinridge a from a buggy by the Capital Rail- chance to accuse us of indecency ri a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 The Circuit Court of this county Suter c will begin its September term FRANKFORT SEPTEMBER 8 1894 For argument September 22 Monday The docket is unusually Southern Building Loan As Our Editors Mistake large there being more than 550 sociation v Norman Auditor cases in all to be disposed of but For argument after the present The editor of the Roundabout a good part of these are old and term has been away from home this Â¬ lin county c Mechanics Tru Co c v Dandridge c Rogers c v L N R R Co Kinney v L N R R Co Downey v Pence and Glover Durrett v GASOLINE STOVES i 1 j Commonwealth c v Farmers Bank Same v Deposit Bank Same v State National B ink Same v Frankfort National Bank Same v Bank of Kentuckv Fraize v Commonwealth Hendrick v Robr c Mitchell Fur Co and Car- -tairs McCall Co v Chas A c Kelley Co SUPERIOR COURT Q uiicli Sz cruvt 32337 Witla 23 eat All appearances and no cases for argument viz c v Commonwealth Board Davis v Norman Auditor Commonwealth v Long Ernison c v Sengstak Jetts Walker v Jett c Darntll c Assignetj v Hord and Commonwealth v Grand Central Building and Loan Association of Newport IFOIEB Â¬ JE2 -- S ILiIEJ srsr 2r2T sa2EIET- 2 State op Ohio City of Toledo Lucas County THE BEST IS AYE THE CHEAPEST AVOID IMITATIONS OF AND SUBSTI- Â¬ TUTES FOR SS Frank J Cheeney makes oath that he is the senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing business in the city of Toledo county and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sura of one hundred dollars for fijh and every case of Catarrh that can not be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of De- Â¬ Dect6 lT SAPOLIO TOBACCO i Frank J Cheney Notary Public GLEASON KENTUCKY cember A D 1SS6 r I - way - J aw n sm tin- - casv3 against the ume company by iu Halls Dean Robt nally andCatarrh Cure is taken inter T nnrlnn acts directly upon the blood wo pr r rave the mark on Lewis Peveler James - -Berry 1rank Rossen and john and mucous surface of the system the tablet of our memory and use Send for testimonials free hollis tor alleged injury to tneir CO Toledo O F J CHENEY the words of that prayer on the Leestown turnpike SfiTSold by all druggists 75eents property man -1 inc uujljuc 1 1 ir hsimi - j SEAL s A W was Â¬ 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 i tli iM j GOD HAVE MERCY UPON US Quarantine JJinthcria Diptheria is a dreadful disease and one that has brought sorrow to nearly every household in which it has entered It is for this reason that the greatest care and precau- tion should be taken to prevent any further spread of it in this No parents would willingly city suffer their children if afflicted with the disease to come in contact with other children whose death should the malady be con tracted and prove fatal they would have resting as a weight on their conscience but they should be equally cautious aud careful about allowing other members of their household to mingle freely with children and especially about send ing a child to school whose throat may be sore and show premonitory Let symptoms of the disease the Board of Health see to it that the four cases in Bellepoint and two on the South Side are confined wholly to the unfortunate homes in which they are now progressing Â¬ Â¬ road along which the street rail way runs are among other private The cases for trial this term grand jury in session next week will probably take up the lynching of Marshall Boston and may re main long enough to consider of- fenscSj jf any of bribery perjury or other vioiatjons Qf the primary and election law Judge Cantrills courage in dealing with such of fenders is unquestioned and the people have every confidence in his integrity and sense of responsibility in the discharge of his duty to enforce the law Â¬ Home Seekers Eeursion U i To points in Michigan via Big Four Route half fare tickets on sale September 17 1894 good for return passage twenty days from Stopovers allowed date of sale in both directions made in Direct connections Central Union Station Cincinnati with all trains of the Queen and Louisville Crescent Route Railway Kentucky Nashville Central Railway and Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Ask nearest ticket agent for tickets and full information E O McCormick Passenger Traffic Manager A D B Makiin G Cincinnati O Sept i td G L HRNNEN GO TO- - ii JOHN DRISGOLL THEiM m Â¬ FRAXKLIN COUNTY AP PEALS PT UQUOfi MMCHMT For absolutely pure Whiskies Wines Bran- Â¬ family dies c for medicinal and Whisky use 2 d Anderson Co per gallon Older goods at the same low rate 235 Broadway Opposite Capitol Square Four-year-olMa 10 Gin The Cases on the Dockets of the The Queen ami Crescent Route Court of Appeals ami Su Â¬ Invites inquiries in regard to Sum perior Court mer Resorts on its line in the pictur Tensued this week contain the following cases from the Franklin Circuit Court COURT OF APPEALS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The line The dockets of the Court of nessee and Alabama passes near the famous battle fields isAppeals and Superior Court at Mill Springs Mission Ridee Â¬ Â¬ esque mountains of Kentucky i The Modern Beauty Thrivcs on good food and sun shine with plenty of exercise in Her form glows the open air with health and her face blooms If her system with its beauty needs the cleansing action of a laxative remedy she uses the gentle and pleasant liquid laxative Syrup of Figs j son Bridge Co v Commonwealth to spend your summer recreation on line N R R our W C Commonwealth v L Rineahson G P A Cincinnati Ohio Co Superintendent of Public In- struction v Auditor of Public AcTobacco Sticks For Sale Â¬ Appearences set for October 26 Bank of Kentucky v Arm quiet strong Sheriff Farmers Bank v We invite correspondence cheer County of Franklin c Hender- - fully giving theofinformation desired having you arrange for the purpose Chickamauga and Lookout Mountain They are surrounded by charming summer resting places at Burnside High Bridge Cumberland Falls Rugbv Rhea Springs Lookout Moun Â¬ tain Springville Alabama and other points Charming Low railroad rates mountain homes -- Perfect rest and Â¬ W McKEE 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 a call IK- counts Commonwealth v L St 50000 oak and hickory tobacco Nashville C T Ry Co L sticks for sale Apply to J VV 49 tf St L Ry Co v Commonwealth Gaines c v Com- Â¬ Mason Foard Co Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder monwealth Deposit Bank v Frank- Worlds Pair Highest Award W McKEE HARDIE 1iw 2MT C L tiAYLE BjaMiiiM - i mminiiiiiififh miTtrfijrrTf f tutt - - ---- nrnwnfa m1 v w tin ifti ildilml r -- - J 5 3mxmaemttimtatmiuaiitjasitM iiujiuuxaamaBceit motrmmKaramiuawmm to Ike rnrnr7irxrrarnrrnrirnrnrrnrtrrirn RSI 123 in hit w r71 STOCK I will for the next 30 days offer everything in my CHINA DEPARTMENT KU LM JOHN T BTJOKX iETy FRANKFORT FRANKFORT At greatly reduced prices A brand new lot of Lamps that will be just the thing this fall at half their value Summer goods in my House Furnishing Department at greatly reduced prices Give me a call ROUNDABOUT 8 SEPTEMBER 1894 FRANKFORT - COLLEGE YOU FOR 12 WANT CKEST1 AX OUTBRKAK FKUSTRAT- KI TO ZIsT 02T The llntllclrf McCoy CJunj Plot to Ehcajio From the Peni Â¬ First term of ensuing year will begin September tentiary liy Murdering course of study in Guards A horrible plot by convicts in the penitentiary here to kill the guards and make their escape was brought to light Sunday A prisoner accidentlly overheard Wick Tallant Will HockenheimerGeo West McCoy and Cook of the Harfield McCoy gang notorious from Pike county and Jason Little another well known character from Breathitt countyall life men talking of aconspiracy to kill guards Tanner and Ireland in the shops just as the bell would ring for supper and when all the prisoners and yard Â¬ THIS OFFER 1894 A full ENGLISH LATIN GREEK 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 Â¬ A first class college in every feature A good home most pleasantly located in which most careful attention will be given to the culture health and comfort of pupils Â¬ Â¬ Boys Admitted to the Academic Department Prepare for admission to best Colleges and Universities Full mary course also For terms and further information apply to Pri- Â¬ Every piece of Upholstered Furniture REUUGBD PRICE R ROGERS Our inventory disclosing too much UPHOL Â¬ STERED FURNITURE We will until further notice offer as greatlv in our stock consisting of Parlor c Come while Easy Chairs Sofas Suits Rockers is unbroken the assortment J ZE3 IFresicIent Baiimes 3D Second Street Fronting Bridge ZED 207 guards would be moving towards It was their inthe supper hall tention then to take the firearms from these guards and kill the guard on the wall at the gate be- Â¬ tween the male and female yards and scale the gate and wall to the The vacant lot on the outside plot was to have been consummated Acting upon this in this week formation Warden George placed the conspirators in separate cells and handcuffed them standing to the cell doors to make them reveal the entire plot and all con Supposing all the cerned in it others had turned traitor and be- Â¬ trayed the scheme each made a full confession within a few hours excepting Tallant who bore up in this painful posture for thirty hours before he too weakened and disclosed the hiding place of four large murderous looking knives made from files ground to a keen edge and point It was indeed a commendable act on the part of the prisoner who revealed the plot and to prevent him from suffering any injury at the hands of the desperate ringleaders it would be the proper thing for the Governor to restore him to his liberty Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i small city without the loss of I KELLEY time from business from which the DR musicians livelihood is derived As OF CINCINNATI O will be at the an encouragement however to the Frankfort brass band which has been re organized under the lead- Â¬ IN LEXINGTON KY ership of Prof John Reis and Saturday September 15 1894 which is now negotiating with Saturday September 29 1894 Prof Wolf of Cincinnati to take Saturday October 13 1894 charge of the orchestra the citiHEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without surglca zens should respond to the cill of operation and with little or no iKin REEEKENCES the band for a monthly contribu Â¬ W McKee Bardie iruiktort Ky tion of twenty five cents for the J 1 scott Frunkfoit Ky Aiitnonj Leucn truukfort purchase of new uniforms new J r staten ranktoit Ky Ky music and other neces ary articles V Buruericli Frankfort K Kev L P Uulett Benson Ky of equipment ill return for this a II McClure Franktort Ky V J Hughes Franktort Ky recognition of their commendable Daviu Moore Ben cn Ky efforts the band will place such Jas M WlthrowFrankfoit Ky at 25B DR KELLEYS office and contributors on the roll of honor- Â¬ West Euhtn streetCinclnnutl residence Is he may and where ary membership and furnish the be tound everj day of each week except SATUR DAYS Piimrhlets describing these any one citizens a free concert or hop once and the mode of treatment sent tree to diseases W I KELLEY M D a month Give aid to the home by addressing 259 W Eight St Cincinnati 0 band and when you need music CONSULTATION FREE for the many occasions always arising you will not be obliged to J ULi t SUltMIUJ MMKKCHT send for a band from another city and pay the extra expense of Marksbury Marshall transportation and board W SON in i 1 ra rTQ en Advertise no baits they are misleading We believe in plain give each and every patron equal value business methods to I r Â¬ rr You think that is the proper way for an honest reliable mer- - 5rJ What lasting advantage can a dealer attain who habit- - c chant ually deceives rc WE DONT 1 1 ex c 1 Jj Us that nr of good reliable Men jja 1 Women and Childrens Shoes and we always aim to be the rg rft lowest in prices we handle the finest grade BELIEVE Hats Caps School Books Â¬ lj ca I HT m In W A True Friend friend in need is a friend deed Every family should be prepared to treat scalds burns bruises wounds cuts Ac by keeping a box of Dr Hales Household Oinment handy No other remedy gives such quick relief or exerts so soothing and heal Â¬ ing effect For irritated eyelids sore nostrils charmed lios nnd hands rough skin boils felons sorey etc nothing equalsit Price liac and ouc nt P II Carpenters drug store c UA in- Â¬ Â¬ ATTORNEYS AT LAW A Auu 25 rA Are too frequently resorted to by some but we maintain our rA Y old honest methods that have stood the test of 30 years with jjKjjj UU Ca von ntul are here still C3 DECEPTIONS 1 en COLLECTIONS SPECIALTY 1 Cilice up stairs opposite Court House m IR uu K McCLURE MISS MAEIA LIXDSEY Will resume her class in SON P The Old Reliable Shoe Dealers Piano Forte Playing SEPTEMBER 1st Aug 18 4t FK ANKFOKT H AN1 ltd Ke orgiiintioii and Call for New Uniforms and New Music Music is one of the most re- Â¬ Awarded Highest Honors Worlds Fair DR PUBLIC SALE Verfille- - pike 6 nilltiniles from FrtuKfoit rumiiiiit invtiiiiu - on the Frankfort nnd from Veisiillles and 6 fining and humanizing arts known and no city of any pretentious proportions whatever should be with The out a band of musicians neeed of ajgoocl band is especially desirable in the Capital City where entertainments are given in honor of the Legislature and numerous visitors from all parts of the State It requires a great deal of practice to perfect amusican in his art and this practice cannot be had in a Â¬ CREAM mul luu uess I siilkjl Meivumlck Hinder hut 1 mower icultlNitors 1 Dhc harrow 1 smooth- doublehanow - HImt Chilled Ilows i luu plows J pone plow 2 tiiim wanons 1 tiorce cart 1 wheat tan 1 cuttiuu hot I corn M sallon kettle I 1J uallon kettle 8 sheller uoiiil hemp brakes one hn frame TKKMS of riUK VII Minis iii ami under MOST PERFECT MADE cash all MiuiMiver jJC u credit of l months Free without interest Anproveii sivutjt A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Nile promptlj at 11 a in September 5 loH from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant BAKING POWMR tockliouseliolatulkttch AtlOoYloekncro en lurnlture tuuuitu Impllineiits Ac 1 nice iwp- i MtiM tirtn mtrt iiidmtu nilir imi IvrvlitTcin in Ii line ImiM 1 liore 1 rjeji-ol mare ami colt jenllltu Jiii Wilkes colt tiyPeKiNUs Itav J wroM saddle eiltua Keeisike Jno tu nmreiJ jearV oM V 1Wllkes huwnut C lere 1 rrulsteieii Jersey hull ot corn III shock J uillcheoulJ iuh Heifer wheat 5 1 September 5th 1894 1 1 -1 1 1 109 WHAT DOES IT MEAN It mc4ni thit tho Quten nnl Creirmt Knul is IT milei hortfil tot ft u Cnuliiiiill mul Ltxliiftluit jSmllri elurlnt liiuiniitl tn ltir mil 1 hurtot Clmlnuiti to Nov OrK tun I04 mlUt ibuttk tiiiiirfli an Iinciiiiiall tu CImUjiiui fi AtluuUbr JiKkuavillt 1 loriJa coer stock 1 lios ricks or lm Hiv l us el ot 1 surrev pole ami douhle harness SOLiD VESTIBULED TRAINS tetwcin nil of the 1vo jolnt Thrnush Cir to Vtcksburr an l Mircte Duly lino tuimliiK tliroiiili i in Ciiieiunatl to Knowfllo an J I rt itieillv N C Dirnt lino to lniiutul Mixiiu U New Orlis9 or H JMirevciirt Ak uxinti uUmt tmirx to CallfurnU Krum Iuuliflllr t iriiuliiir iliroct niunntlvu ii uiaJu at LcjucuUiii Mitllllu mil trului to all ltti uiuti bvutA tiluka W KINIIAIMIV Gcal luiir Agvut CiLiinniU O 1 i liel 1 ii QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE v 40 YEARS THE STANDARD K L H PAHHISH Aucthuiter J KJ Any 4 51 l tmmmmmmm immmp JmBtm- - is h 1 TO RE3DUCE3 STOCK Vehicles and Harness We will for the next 30 days offer our entire stock of Under Stationary mid Jump Our vehicles consist of c made by the following Seat Surreys Light Road Wagons Spring Wagons Standard Manufacturers Columbian Buggy Co FL H Babcock Co Troy Carriage C Woodhull Sayres Co Troy Buggy Works Lideigli Carriage Co W Scovell and Overman Carriage Co i I HT COSTCut Carriages Buggies ati OUR STOCK OF HARNESS Consists of Heavy Coupe Track Brake and Buggy Harness all hand made Call and examine our stock early if you want a bargain - BROTHERS MASTIN RELIGIOUS Matrimonial at The hour for the evening services Brock Roberts At Mt Zion all the churches has been Church Thursday afternoon a large changed to 730 oclock crowd assembled to witness the Baptist Church Public worship nuptials of Mr Jarvey Brock of conducted by the jiastor at 11 a m Glencoe Ky and Miss Sallie F and 730 p m ceremony Sunday bchool in the Chapel at 930 Roberts of Hatton The Humphrey was performed by Rev a m The Young Peoples meeting in the Polsgrove after which the happy Chapel at 715 p m couple left on a bridal tour to Hot Attendants Mr Springs Ark Catholic Church Rev Father Rob- TV E Gorey the pastor will conduct Sid Hulett and Miss Annie The bride was dressed in the services at Church of the Good eits Shepherd to morrow white and looked very pretty High mass at 730 a m Low mass They will return in about a week 10 a m Benediction after first mass and make their home at Hatton Rev George Bush Mark The Courier-Journa- l pastor preaches Darsie the of last Sunday contains the at 11 on Thomas the Doubter -and at 730 on Moral Nearness and following announcement of a matri Farness monial engagement of interest to Endeavor Society it 030 in Lecture the many friends of the groom in The Alternatives Topic Room The engagement of Jno 3 10 21 31 36 Louis Proehl this city Mr Harry R Bush and Miss leader A delegation of Endeavorers left Ellen Mark is announced as one of this morning for Gratz Woods to at the matrimonial events for Octotend a picnic They will be joined ber This news will come in the bv delegations of Endeavorers from Grassy Springs Versailles and Mid nature of a great surprise to their Miss Mark has way many friends been a reigning belle in society Episcopal Church The morning the past season and gave a numservice to morrow will be conducted ber of very elegant entertainments by Rev Alex Hensley No service at night at her apartments at the Gait She is petite and a House First Presbyterian Church brunette of much beauty and Rev J McOlusky Blayney D D the Mr Bush is a well pastor will occupy his pulpit to- vivacity p m known young business man who morrow at 11 oclock and at 730 The Young Peoples Society of recectly became associated in the Christian Endeavor will meet Sun- insurance firm of Strong Bush day evening in the lecture room at He is very popular in the society 350 oclock of this city and Frankfort and is a H G son of Judge Methodist Church Rev V D P Bush Henderson will preach to morrow The wedding will be a brilliant morning at 11 oclock and in the even society one and will be anticipated ing at 730 will preach his last with much interest Mr Henderson sermons as pastor in this city at The Chenault Hazelrigg these two services school meets at 930 a m Sunday nuptials of Miss May Hocker Epworth League convenes at 7 p Hazelrigg daughter of Judge J ni in the class room H Hazel rigg of the Court of Apt Southern Presbyterian Church peals to Mr Courtland Prentice Rev D Clay Lilly the pastor Chenault a promising young at will occupy his pulpit to morrow torney of Mt Sterling were celemorning at 11 oclock and at 730 p brated at the Christian Church in m the latter city last Thursday even Sunday school at 930 ing in the presence of a large audience of the friends and relatives of the popular couple t They will reside in Mt Sterling Dur- Â¬ ing her residence in this city the brides social and personal charms won her many friends who while congratulating her on this auspi- Â¬ cious occasion of her life will nevertheless regret the necessity for her removal to another city Â¬ L B MARSHALL W A GAINES L 6 MARSHALL CO Real Estate and Insurance Ags Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a share of the insurance patronage Real estate bought sold or leased A good line of both city and country property for sale at all times Pat M Hodges and Miss Porter Winter Mr of the Mill neighborhood were granted a marriage license Â¬ Hodges Winter Peaks Christian Church Monday and were married Wed nesday afternoon by Rev George Darsie OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET Â¬ Nel Abrams I of Louisville Abrams of this county were i GOOD PIECE 01 BUSINESS IHOPKKTY the above llgure which A granted a marriage license last tor for sale at milium This propel ty Mill rent will pay 300 per tully 10 per cent net on the Investment una Is Saturday by County Clerk Smith uon occupied bj a good tenant A Mr Wm Neal and Miss Cordelia FOR RENT Stickney H allokak The an- Â¬ 11 TWO STORY FRAME RKSIDENCE OF seven looms with large grounds on Murray South hide stieet 9ft Â¬ Â¬ nouncement has been made of the A NEAT NhW COTTAGE OK TWO ROOMS on good lot well loaned on Miiini htriet engagement of Miss Kate Halloran South Side Is offered for 100 his Is an oppor tunity for a man In moderate circumstances to The secure a home to Mr Fetter Stickney I Â¬ FOR SALE FINE FARM OK 210 ACRES Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 8 miles from Frankfort A on a wedding is to be a quiet affair and turnpike road upon which there Is brick resi A GREAT BARGAIN dencecated rooms n tenement of fouru rooms good or 5 and will take place at the residence of IS OFFERED IN A NEW TWO STORY FRAME necessary improvements This lund Is L residence of seven rooms and two acres ot all other In a high state of cultivation the Improvements Dr and Mrs Sam B Holmes on land at Thorn Hill This property Is nicely lo are In line condition and In order to make a cated fronting on the Oneutou turnpike and the evening of Oct 3 at six will be sold on weeklj pigments to the right quick sale will be offered at a bargain If not sold Immediately will rent at a part oclock in the presence of none low figure but the immediate relatives of the Miss Halloran is the sis- T1RAME COTTAGE OK FOOR ROOMS AT couple Jj Thorn Hill This pioperty will he sold cheap FROM 233 ACRES 3 ter of Dr Frank Haloran de- Â¬ and on very easy paymoiitH only a Hinull cash A FARM OF on a good turnpikeMILES with a road Frunkfoit payment being ieuulred with the balance paid resldeuivof ij rooms 2 tenement houses 2 to- Â¬ ceased and a favorite in society weekly bacco ami stock burns besides all other neces sary Improvements All ot the Improvements Mr with all who know her Including the fencing on tills property are new and In ilrst ulass condition This farm has a Stickney is a son of Major Amos TAYLOR AVENUE AND THE quantity ot Hue tobacco laud and would also make BETWEEN offered for sale on easy terms a llrst class stock farm It also has a joung Stickney of the U S Army en- These lots are on a good twenty foot stieet and pefeh orchard ot a thousand trees besides other fruit gineering corps of Cincinnati adjoin Judge Dianes propeity Â¬ Â¬ FINELY Lo Â¬ Â¬ FOR SALE Â¬ 3 LOTS 011 Â¬ He is employed on th c Kentucky FOR SALE river improvement under Lieut Watterman and expects to make rnWO FIUME COTTAGES OF FOUR ROOMS his home in this city for a number J each on Taylor avenue This Is good easy payments to property and will be sold of vears to come tlii right party If you are Interested come quick FOR SALE OF THE BEST BUSINESS E3TABLISU ments In the city consisting ot good clean stock of gooJs and a well established prolltablo trade This Is a tine opportunity for a mun with capital Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A M Bailey a well known citizen of Eugene Oregon suys his wife hns for years been troubled with chronic diarrhwa and used many remedies FRAMK RESIDENCE OF0ROOMS with little relief until Hhe tried Cham Â¬ mWO STORYstreet with lot 53 by 10j feet 1 his TWO STORY BRICK RKSIDENCE OF8 ROOMS 14 acres ol land In Bridgeport This X on Lewis berlains ColicGholera and Diarrhwa Is verj valuable propert Is good propert and Is ofteied at a bargain Remedy which has cured her sound and well Give it a trial and you will be surprised at the prompt relief it 25 and 50 cent bottles for affords sale by Phil Carpenter South Side Druggist FOR SALE FOR SALE B L MARSHALL I CO n r V 4 - u r I r vJ I Maii itftnMaitlittiifciVimnti attoi --- - f e Airf Ml itSw4iJ-uN i W5itAs4ijlAi - J -- isftfr-- 7 mmrwFMmmwmMM 10000 Bolts Wall Paper at Greatly Reduced Prices wim jLmm Screen Wire Screen Doors and Windows Hardware and Wall Paper Harness Saddles and Collars Shenvin and Williams Paints Lead Oik and Colors Iron and Seele Roofing Bar Iron Plows Barbed and Plain Wire Varnish and Brushes Blacksmiths Material Mill Supplies Sash and Doors Rubber Cloth Sole and Harness Leather Rubber Hose Whips and Glass Lime and Cement Rims Spokes and Wheels Hoes Forks awl Rakes Rock and Barre Salt Rope and Twine of all kinds Binders Twine J Fish Hooks and Lines Powder Shot and Shells Shovels and Picks Sewer and Flue Pipe On the above and hundreds of other articles we are making unusually low prices Do not fail to call when in need of them Cor Main and Lewis Streets Opposite the Farmers Bank E C M A COLLINS Items of Interest a bridge stkekt widened Proceedings in the County Court to Condemn and Ap Â¬ praise the Property i mw L 1V5 A I I i 1 l I i Visit picturcfjiip Mnckinnc Island It It is reported that a severe hail Wll til 1IUJIiULIVII will only cot yr11 about S12o0 from De storm at Benson destroyed a num- Â¬ UlIU UUVIUI1V1U hvin Cleveland of the campaign The friends of troit the 11round Ti ilrdoj S18 from menls for trip including nnd ber of tobacco crops Mr Settle also held a meeting berths Avoid the iicnt mid dust by travel Hon E E Settle will speak at here the same day and issued an ing on the D lloatimj palaces Tho The city instituted proceedings attractions of trip to the Mackinac region Peaks Mill to day and at the nf1flrfl tn thn nennlf of district are unsurpassed The island itelf is a in the coun y court last Monday grand romuutic snot its rliniate most in Forks of Elkhorn to night looking to the widening of the iwo new steel passenger The drift pile at the bridge from vigorating steamers have jir t been built for the Mr J H Sheets of Benson is some east side of Bridge street from the unknown cause caught tire upper hike loutc costing ftioooof each said to have raised the boss new iron bridge to the Fincel cutrix baturday lligut and ftamprl nign They nre equipped with every modern WenicW bath rooms wheat crop of the county this enough to threaten danger to the etc illuminatedannunciators by electricity block It is proposed to remove Ileal Estate Transfers throughout and arc guaranteed to be season the houses and extend the sidebridge when the alarm was sounded largest rnd safest steamers onthe grandest fresh water col- Â¬ Matilda and Bud Langford walks back ten feet to conform to Dr Lewis M Scott has accept- Â¬ and the fire department responded These steamers favorably compare with ocean the line of the street at the Fincel ored to Mrs Louisa Pierce one ed the appointment of city physi and poured a heavy stream of water me great Four liners in construction and speed trips per week between block Messrs D M Woodson and one fourth acre lot on the cion of Bellepoint and js giving upon the burning logs and brush Toledo Detroit Alneua Mackinac St Ignace Petoskey Chicago Soo Mar Â¬ R C Steele and Job Smith were Versailles turnpike one and one the cases f diphtheria there his It was thought the fire was com- quette and Duluth Daily between Cleve Â¬ land and Detroit Daily between Cleve Â¬ who on half miles from the city Price 52 closest attention appointed appraisers pletely extinguished when the de- land and Ihe cabins parlors Crutcher Starks to Mary J Tuesday filed their report with of these Mr Charles Newton is coming partment left the scene but the and staterooms complete steamers are de sigaed for the entertainment of County Clerk Smith stating that Stewart the Kentucky Military to the city to live He has rented logs were still smoking Sunday humanity under home conditions the pul the property condemned belonged Institute property of more than Mr Sam R Smiths residence on night No damage however re- utiul equipment the luxury of the ap Â¬ pointments makes traveling on these This Shelby to Kate E and W H Ford with 100 acres for 963126 steamers thoroughly enjoyable Send for street South Side and sulted illustrated descriptive pamphlet Address a reversionary life interest owned deed was made last June but not will move his family to it next Win Morris of Wolfe county A A Sciiaxtz G P is T A D C Detroit Mich by Jane S Reddish the whole filed until last Wednesday for week was brought to this city Sunday value of which they adjudged as record There will be a meeting of the by E C Jones a member of the R CHOATE Washington Crutcher to Olyir follows Agency Formerly of Wakefield fcChoate L H FINNELI Detective Republican County Committee at Grannan 337 50 thus Crutcher For the ten feet of ground 171 41 acres on the the court house this afternoon at charged with the murder of a Con 150000 For the buildings Versailles turnpike Price 5000 two oclock for the purpose of stable in Milam county Texas Total 183750 This deed was made last April but Milam county The city will pay this money to was not lodged in the County fixing the manner of selecting J H Bicket of the owner and have the street and Clerks office for record until last delegates to the Congression con- who was here with J J Barton to AND vention at Lexington on the 26th identify the prisoner pronounced sidewalk constructed at once It Monday it a case of a mistaken identity inst will be a decided improvement to FACTORY Deaths The HOGSHEAD An elegant Japanese gas lamp and Morris was released that part of the city and doubtless was made in accordance Lyon cause an appreciation of the abut- Â¬ Mrs Thurza Lyon at Lieut Wattermans residence arrest HAYING- PURCHASED THE PLANING MILL ting property which will become widow of Mr Jno G Lyon de on Wapping street exploded Wed- with a description sent to Jones Congleton tobaccoI hothead factory of Messrs Bros am prepared to furnish by Chief of Police Tobin of this more valuable for business houses ceased died Monday night at the nesday night and the flames spread DOORS SHINGLES residence of her son Squire Will to a handsome rug and sofa pillow city SASH TURNED BLINDS WORK AVills Probated Lyon of Woodlake FRAMES STAIR WORK Her re- Â¬ and destroyed these together with Irving W Larimore physical direcA Des Moines Iowa Y M tor a number of valuable books The saysofhe can Cconscientiously recom- Â¬ ASH ALL KINDs OF The following wills were admit mains were taken to Louisville for mend Chamberlains Pain Balm to property was fully insured ed to probate in the county court interment and the funeral took foot athletes gymnasts bicyclists The many friends of Mr Richard ball players and the profession in place Wednesday from the resi- Â¬ last Monday viz sprains and dis Â¬ - well a hohe nN of her daughter Mrs Morris will regret to learn that his general for bruisessoreness and stiff halt bloek tobac o Iot unlet 011 Factory one and 1 Vvm Craik the late sexton of dence river front iroin locations also for Rubel wife of Mr VV T Rubel little son thirteen years of age fell ness of the muscles When applied A share of publc patronage Is solicited the cemetery who gives to his before the parts become swollen it daughter Jennie Craik 20 shares deceased at one time jailer and out of a swing last Saturday and will effect a cure in one half the time FINNELL sustained a painful fracture of his usually required For sale by Phil CHOATE of stock of the Capital Gas and alderman of that city Carpenter South Side Druggist Sept j 1v arm little fellow is getting The Showalter Mr H F Show Electric Light Co one City oi The Ladies Take Action along very well under the circumFrankfort bridge bond of 1000 alter the well known auctioneer POSITIONS GUARANTEED inand all his household furniture and died at his home in the country stances and will soon have his The ladies of Frankfort have issu under reasonable conditions Our FREE 96 page Sunday after a brief illness with jured limb completely restored catalogue will explain why we can afford it personal property in his house at typhoid fever ed a call bearing the signatures of Dranghons Practical Business College The grand jury at Indianapolis nhmif ninpt v f the mnst- nrnmi To his the time of his death r NASHVILLE TENN Write for Ind on Friday of last week re- Â¬ lieilt maids and matrons of the1 Book keeplne Shorthand PenmanshlD catalogue JJirths daughter Jennie and son Henry and Tele We spend more money graphy turned an indictment for murder City lor a meeting tO be held 111 lour EmploymentDepnruuent than in the interest of jointly he gives three lots of half the Business Lynch To the wife of Mr Ed in the first degree against Wini- the parlors of the Capiltal Hotel teaching book keeping is equal to 12 weeks by the ground with three cottages on Lynch a boy Henry Gobber oiu pian teacuers tUO students past year no fred B Smith who stabbed to this afternoon at four oclock enter any the same fronting on Todd street ts vacation prepared time Cheap Board We have Kersey To the wife of Mr recently books especially adanted to death Mr Western B Thomas purpose is to take such measures which were devised by will to him Julian Kersey a daughter HOME STUDY formerly of this city at Brighton as Ilia De HI tlieir pOUCl tO nccc- Sent on 60 days trialWe payWrite us and esplalnby his wife Christina Craik The your wants NB S 5 cash for all vaAdmitted the Pacts stenographer1 as teachers Beach on July 12th last The 111 Compassing the defeat Ot BreCk- - fancies etc book keepers us provided we nil same rest of his estate real personal reported to ierks and mixed he devises to all his Newspaper editors have to be very trial will take place some time this inridge The meeting should be July 14 lCt careful hi opening their columns for month children Jennie Walter Henry statements But aware that the Dr largely attended Miles Medical Co are responsible Misses and Hardie Jessie and Robert Craik share Julia tieie- we make room for the following tes and share alike He desires that timonial from R McDougall Auburn Bettie McKee were driving in a noticed a CO the property bequeathed to his Ind who for two years pulse bin surrey Tuesday when the horse G H niBSTIR stoppage or skipping of the m he could not took fright and ran down Wapping daughters Jennie and Jessie Craik left side got so tender he was be held by them separate and lie on it his heart fluttered doctors and Railroad streets to the bridge alarmed went to different The Direct and Popular Line to apart from the control or use of found no relief but one bottle of Dr The ladies fearing they would be works Miles New Heart Cure cured him Â¬ any husbands either of tlum rnay Tho elegant book New and Start killed jumped from the vehiW Gaylos It have hereafter and lastly appoints ling Facts free at J and nervous dis ju jusu us jiuiibiieu 11110 uie uriuge tvk MAKE A SPECIALTY OK MANT- telfa all about heart his son Henry and daughter eases and many wonderful cures 3 where the animal was caught and ilJt ShTand SgionAT HE 15SH workmen Mitcuu attention mven repairs ami stopped Jennie as executor and executrix repainting old vehicles 13xcinsloii to Old Point f At of his will The- instrument was major u ii uiams renston Factory Lewis St Near the River And all Points NORTH and WEST On Wednesday September 12th signed Jan S 1S94 and was at April 14 tf Agent has appointed Cnl S S will Ohio Ry tested by W C Herndon and A the Chesapeake sell round tiip tickets to Old Point Anderson to the clerkship made Kor Runt A house contain Vestibuled Trains H McClure Comfort Va at 1250 for the vacant bv the resignation of Mrs ing S rooms on the corner of Dining Car Services Patrick Ward colored devised round trip good 15 days Low Kate Patton of this city Col Campbell and Logan streets well Palace Chair Cars that all his real and personal estate rate side trips to New York and Anderson was Assistant Adjutant situated Apply to Stop General during Pnlman Buffet Sleepers should go to his wife Easter other points can be made Mrs L W Glorithe administiation overs will be allowed at any point 565 Short street it Ward during her life and at her on return trip Anil Only First Class Accommodations For sleeping car of Gov Huckner and made m iny Kor Further Information Address death it is to descend to his son reservation write or call on friends in this city who will be Ton to iu Shot Gko W Baknkv Fielding Ward and thence to his glad to hear of his appointment On account of the Latonia races S Div Pass Agent WGCmsyPA son Fielding Wards children Col Breckinridge was in the the Midland railway will sell Lexington Ky Ed Fahy is named as executor city Thursday and spoke at Klm tickets to Cincinnati and return at LOUISVILLE KY and the will is witnessed by J no On the 363 from August 30 to October 7 you fee wash ville that afternoon OR- L Scott and South Thomas and and same day there was a large dele worn cut Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder signed Oct 30 1SS4 gation of Owens friends here from A Pure Grape Cream ol Tartar Powder Jas Hawker OS V A Chicago 111 Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ j Â¬ Â¬ Put-in-Bay Nancy Welch colored signed her wil on April iS 1894 and it was witnessed bv Kate P Sacre and E E Underwood She di- Â¬ rects that certain small sums be paid to several of her friends and the bulk of her personal effects she bequeaths to Mrs Ann Graves Mrs Kate Sage is named as exe- Â¬ the various counties in the district SPEND YOCIl OlTlNO ON THE GKEAT liAKKS Â¬ PLAITING MILL Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Finish For a House a- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ i 1 1 i - -- Â¬ tszs o non route ww Â¬ -- CHICAGO - - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - LtaCA all erowns If ircn nrs trlo Â¬ aftJititJniUfet jrwMt- iA i WHTarqMJAMllVmi WTFJOgTTW MMMHMIIIHUUII l IW IMW1I IIIWS Square 150 Knock Dow 11 B argams 300 Childrens Suits Go at 150 Old Style I To close remaining summer stock to make room for New Fall and Winter Goods which are arriving daily Jeans Pants Only 99e 1200 Mens All Wool Gray Cheviot Suits go at Good 50c Suspenders Go at 25 c 50c 750 1200 Boys Long Pants Suits Ages 13 to 19 All Wool Go at 700 175 and 150 Ladies Tan Oxfords All go at 100 S H I DC Undershirts and Drawers Go at 49c 20c Best 4 Ply Cuffs Go at 15c 25c Lawn Tecks and Four in Hands go at 3 for 50c 30c J- 400 All Wool Childrens Suits Go at 1000 Bovs Long Pants School Suits Ages 14 to 19 All Wool go at 500 Silk Handkerchiefs Go at Socks Go at 5c 15c 4 250 e 25c 175 Wilson Bros Fine Pleted Bosam White Shirts go at 99c 2500 Fine Black Clav Suits 100 Mens fc Boys Sweaters Go at 50c Shorts Skirts go at 1500 White Monarch Shirts Pigue Bosam go at 75c Â¬ 150 Ply Collars Go at 10c h 150 I 100 Umbrellas Splendid Quality go at 75c Good 25c Duck Vests Double and Single Breasted go at 100 750 Fancy Border Hemstitched Handkerchiefs Go at 3 75c and 50c Fine Neckwear All Shapes go at 25c Fine 100 Leather Driving Gloves go at 69c for 25c Childrens Shirt Waists Go at 20c f Mens Serge Skeleton Coats and Vests go at Suspenders Go at 15c 500 000 Mens Satinet Suits Go at 400 Night Robes Go at 500 Mens Tan Shoes Go at 49c 350 350 Mens Tan Shoes Go at 225 We are now showing all the new Fall Style Hats the Dunlap Teomans and Knox Blocks CRUTCHER To the Voters or Fraukiin STARKS i 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 evidencing 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 the past and must be my guarantee for the luture I have in no sense sought this office and if I am elected to it I muse ue eiccieu uy mt iucur 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 Respectfully W H Sveed Â¬ G A It Eiicumpmcnt Dandruff Kills JOHK ECHOLS ST JOHN BOVLE if fKECHVERS k county Kv Aug 1S94 to the flattering and Yielding earnest solicitation of partial friends and representative citizens of all political faiths I have contrary 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 inN 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 Apait 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 payer for it must be met and is felt in proportion to the ability to meet it Therefoie it is the right 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 collected and honestly and fairly applied to the good of the entire Â¬ Â¬ Frankfort At Pittsburg Pa September 8th Crescent to 16th The Queen will make low reduced rates Route for the occasion C agent or Call on any Q address I Hardy a i a Yicks R H Garratt a ci burg Mi a New Orleans La A J Lytic i a Chattanooga Tenn W C the Hair C 0 Tie 8 W R R I JXrfSmnuuauTEiT THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY HOUTE V 1 REMOVES MND- - npis to Limiieo MEMPHIS 1 1VT jmJ CIEI1S TIE a Cincinnati Most DelinluTii Outing of the Season Personally Conduct Â¬ ed Tour Over the Railroad Rinearon en i t ONLY ONE NIGHTS RIDE LOUISVILLE TQ V I 1 IS THE MOST PERFECT SERVICE CO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The last tour of the season leaves LIVENS THE NEW ORLEANS for Cincinnati September 10th AND ALL POINTS Hot Springs Va Natural linage For Sale by All Luray Caverns Richmond Va South and Southwest Party Old Point Comfort Druists ad teb l ly TIMDK MAUK limited to twenty five persons Rates Tickets ami all Information lurnlslied by Ticket Agent of any Railway Co II not Send for descriptive pamphlet address BEST IN QUALITY C MOST IN QUANTITY giving details and itinerary W J McBRIDE Traveling Pos Auent While in Chicago Mr Charles L B Ryan A G P A C O Loulvllle Ky Kahler a prominent shoe merchant ni Uncinnat1 Ulu of Des Moines Iowa had quite a seri- ous time of it He took such a severe T B LYNCH cen aim ureseem to Jaumia cold that he could hardly talk or nav- Generit Haisener Agent Louisville Ky Races igate but the prompt use of Cham- berlains Cough Remedy cured him of1 WHITES CREAM 1 N TIME TABLE his cold so quickly that others at the The Fall Meeting at Latonia ex hotel who had had colds followed his tends from beptember 1st to Octo A MA M IP MJP M example and half a dozen persons SOUTH ordered it from the nearest drug ber 6th FOR 20 YEARS No17lVoiy No 21 No 23 They were profuse in their store Has all WORM Remedies Tie Oueen and Crescent will EVERYledBOTTLE GUARANTEED1 Lv Lexington 8M 155 015 thanks to Mr Kahler for telling them sel1 tickets to Cincinnati each day JU1 Yanmllton 212 i3H how to cure a bad cold so quickly SOU BY AIX DUVOOISTS Mlilnay U17 227 650 Prepared by For sale by Phil Carpenter South good 5 days to return at one and Sprint Station 2 057 RICIURDBON BKUIClMC CO ST LOWS 6l 651 Frankfort VM 720 Side Druggist one third fare for the round trip Higdad 10211017 3 751 341 Ileaiiirevllle As agents for particulars May 12 ly lliGai 357 813 1041141 KlllllUllCH Guitar Instruction and Iuiuo w c RlKEAKS0Nt G P A Lagranue 1115707 42 8H 1135 7 M Ivhih Valey 448 855 Cincinnati O Anchorage 4 5C 1144 710 J03 Ar LoiiLtvllle 12191812 GJ0 i35 Henry Brady teacher of It May Do J as Much For You guitar will erive lessons in Sax- A M P M P Mj P M the tons celebrated method Mr Fred Miller of Irving 111 NORTH BUCK EYE No 18 No 20 No 22 No 24 latest and most approved Pianos writes that lie had a sovoro kidney fiMM in K trouble lo many years with sevoro KVcf filmL nnirfl 7 35 Iouisvillit 410 020 330 WMIIVM J tl71 UltVJ IVUUWUt lir pains in his back and alao that his Anchorage 811 433 054 4 02 references furnished For terms bladder vas affected lie tried many Pewee Valley 821 418 7 0f 410 Lagrange 850 515 7 tl 4ZH c anplv at 31S Clinton street so called kidney cures but without CURES NOTHING BUT PILES It 20 Eminence 512i 7 58 450 any good result About a year ago IlMiMiievllle 500 80fi 4 5i 45 tf HHgdad 5m lie began the use of Electric Bitters lW iltt n A SURE and CERTAN CUKE 11120 Fiankloit 8jj 5 35 035 and found relief at once Electric mji lug Station 1015 known for IS years as tho Co Rent l2ll 551 Wanted rr Mldwiiy Bitters is especially adapted to euro 02 G0G BEST REMEDY for PZLESi Yanmllton 1111 all kidney and livor troubles and i4i 021 Ar Lexington 1130 1005 040 A small farm of 50 or 75 acres often gives almost instant relief One ftiilil 1IY ATrimUOGISTS rWMedtrBICIIASDSOtTMED 00 ST I0U3 trial will prove our statements Possession Wanted immediately No 21 will tt ftt Anohorno nnd only 50 cents 3Iiij 12 y Address L G J3oc 143 Frank Price ii JAIUKNTKKKfor largo bottle CIrKtiaiibur for for At J punstHigcir drug store Lexington and poiutt buyoud fort Ky 50 3L Nos 17 1 For Sam- ou Rent My dwelling 21 exe- tor Jinciunntiand Nos connect tt Lngraiifro Job work Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder house on Ann street lit and 21 coutibot A Pure Grope Cream ot Tartar Powder a Anoltorajre for Iiloomileld Brnnoh J T BlTCKLKY office tf i SHIP ANO EI JV Jit MEMPHIS VICKSBURG WORMS I I VERMIFUGE 1 Tff- I TABLERSDII -- OINTMENT lIMl n Hi 1 Â¬ 1 J neatly cuted at this Â¬