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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iftiiMtefts Ik The GEO A Frankfort Roundabout A LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advanct NO 2 vol xvm FBANKFORT KY SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 15 1804 FIIAXTCFOIST OpiMis tOLLKOK Â¬ RCHOATK Former of Wuk fMd L H A Choite FINNELL Watch Out i Willi a Iarai Attend ance miI A uriiiy IlO peetx PLAITING MILL AND peddlers in your kitchen other baking powder are recommended or urged upon you in place of the Royal reject them It is unsafe to substitute any baking powder in place of the old standby the thoroughly tried Royal The official reports show that all others are cheaper made powders of inferior strength and contain lime alum or sulphuric acid ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO 105 WALL ST NEW YORK I F in grocery stores in cooking schools or by j I OUR BEAUTIFUL CBSIE- - The Tjiulics Meeting r tended and was presided over by this citv to Louisville notwith- The Cemetery Company are Mrs Jennie C Morton It was standing their verv light draught making improvements gradually rather an Owens meeting than a owing to the low stage of the Ohio which promise at no distant day purely anti Breckinridge one and which has now less water than for to make this beautiful resting place a glowing tribute was paid to Mr several years The Kentucky is of the dead the equal in its ap- Owens by Mrs Morton The not affected owing to the slack mony Miss Spraight brings like quali- pearance and keeping of any of ladies subscribed a neat sum water from its locks and dams fications to the department of elothe largest and best cared for cem- toward the expenses of the free but a heavy rain at the headwaters cution and delsarte and will take eteries in the country One im- Â¬ train from this city to Paris on of both streams would be a great pupils of any age for special proved feature demands another Tuesday through their finance blessing lessons in both of these and another a third until within a committee consistingof Mrs W MAIN STRKLT Josinli Allens Wife The college is to be founded on 334 short period it is observed a com- Â¬ M Saffell Mrs Chas F Exum Opin authoress of FRANKFORT K plete transformation has taken and Mrs Jas A Scott Two The famous Rptsv BnhhprrH My sfnfrPH hard work and the best fruits of ions nnrl place before the citizens are aware coaches of the train were almost that she owes her freedom from colds higher education of any change whatever It deserves and is getting the The un- entirely filled with ladies who and general pood health during the winter season to the use of Dr Hales sightly house was removed a little went to the barbecue Household Ointment which she re t Datronatre of those who most hich-- S3 1 me l garuB as mu greatest iiieuicme 01 il over a year ago to make re age Old Dr Hale having been her ly appreciate solid and libe al ir A Curious Phenomenon physician years ago gives her great education the beautiful chapel an J TUIE FAIOI IVTFLY OrTTPrKD BY A W connaence in an 01 ur nouse Krinkfort J Cromuell one halt Mi s Mary Burke one of Ken 011 Ver iille turnpike nil east ot contains so gate at the entrance war The dense clouds of smoke hold remedies the best naies world aced The farm in the t In yrass ami suited for ncre and Is well rf tuckys talented artists is forming ilalr imrjo e Poeiim slun on Notember by a handsome new tne and which accompanied the strong Sold bv PH Carpenter classes not oniy in oi paining but lt 1M4 t or t rm itppl to Thi- iron structure iollowed wind that set in from the west WM CROMWELL crayon and china painting and Alii 11 tt by the smoothinr id laying off Monday afternoon and which are other branches of art into lots and a x driveway of supposed to have come from the A M Bailey a well known citizen the extreme we1 n portion and northern forest fires were a most of Eugene Oregon says his wife has the erection o timber of ele- - curious phenomenon They pre- for years been troubled with chronic diarrhoea and used many remedies gant monum Increased beau- - vailed all over this section of the with little relief until she tried Cham II PERSON HiVIM CI VIMS AGVINST 1 1 ty added berlainsColictCholera mid Dinrrhn n A Ilk eitU Mt W M WllKer oil dece ised are ispifation and re- - country and at times were so niliYnira ervlj notliltd to pree it the nih as Remedv which has cured hev sound ieiilieUy liw mill ill itisotit imlnj iroenlate s to keep the grass dense as to shut off the view of doubled q well Give it a trial and you will v 11 wiiKe on are nottiw to cill ami the at and settle be surprised at the prompt relief it onw Thi Ati t flowers bery trees and objects not over a half mile away 2o and o0 cent bottle for d w wiik hson affords L Il THKUsroN drives i most perfect condi- - while the smell of smoke was sale by Phil Carpenter South Side toiiiiori ruggist Aim ll J months tion i at the close of the plainly perceptible By Tuesday long ce of the late sexton morning however the smoke had Mr Jraik the grounds are as entirely disappeared and a grate id in the beauty evolved ful change in temperature had re unsuri from work of man as they lieved the oppressive heat of BILLIARDS VNI vJth stand in the natural several weeks past LAWYERS -- eminent beu of a rolling surface and Must have room for mv CHAS G PAYXE UM CROMWELL TvcMitv ilvi Cents high t on Thelatest improve- - Isnt much money but it will buva Attorney at Law Billiards and Pool est Cough cureon ch the companv is making botte ot thtJ mei I0CK Frankfort Kentucky f earth That is what we claim for The Club Main Sheet is tlu nscruction 01 a sidewalk-- Dr Hales Household Cough Cure and Alo Real EMte Auvnt Will practice in the GymnaMum and Court of Franklin and the adjol iliu counties The Finest Tabl in the Wt tiiousanus ot told and s Hottllns Alleys ittaotied waioi rubble misonrv wmu Dont neirleot npeople have mnv and will uNoulte iti lal attention to the pur eoiiffh For Fall and Winter You It cliae and Mle ot ieil estate collection of rents ced by a smooth dressed cost you as many dollars or possiblv surrm eUltiH and the negotiation of loancan economize here and show WheM yu foel tirst alono- the pioperu abut- - vour fe copi CONFECTIONER symptoms go to P H CarIUnters W J CHIXX R wisdom A tin the turnpike It will pre- - tlrR store invest 25 cents in a bottle JOHN A TODD of Dr Halos Household Cough Cure Attorney at Law set rrcat chanse for the better niuirnmfnmiMir Manufacturinr Frankfoit Kentucky in t irior view of the grounds Confectioner Will prictlce In all atite Courts Ortkv second Lund For Sjalo or Ilint lloor Cuitom lioiie and il itless be the initial step in St Clair Street 41 Will go far as a lightning ex Â¬ and sidewalk improve th The attention of farmeis is called Home made Ciudlt1 FrultNNut- - and Ice Cream DRLdS and soda Water In e ion CI ii and lohuvo n Come in and see us that will be made later to the advertisement in another press Near new bridge IV H ATERILL a he turnpike from High column of Mr C M Jones offer- Your reasons for buying will Drnirtrist stiee t the cemetery gate If it ing 300 acres of land for sale or NKWs DEALER be Main Stteet opp City Hall were nly possible now to infuse rent A general took of Dnu Fine stationery a GUY BARRETT peclalt Citfar and lobicco Prescriptions pn enough in the City Council compounded at all tiuuts Tin MoiUi 11 Houuty News Dealer and metery Company to restore Bookseller JXO V R WILLIAMS CO th--We have sympathy for tautiful river sidewalk along Thrives on yood food and sun- 332 Main Street Drugiiists all who do not visit us Mti of rocks to the top of shine with plenty of exercise in Fine Stitjuer Pe iodic il ot all kinds Fiiiu1 doods lull at Alexanders monument the open air Her form lows 314 Main Street Bargains for all who do v Pre icrlpton it an added pleasure would be with health and her face blooms aiefullv and accurately tilled at all A line line ot Fuiwy Toilet hour Article FIOlP AND FEED oriencedin a walk to that spot with its beauty If her system Dwed in the hearts of all Ken- - needs the cleansing aciion of a PAINTERS REOCK DOXALPSOX rtims oy memories 01 lioone laxative remedv she uses the 7RIDGfFORD W Klnur Meal Feed and ittenden Brown Hlackburn gentle and pleasant liquid laxative Conntrv Produce The Painter IIua Johnson and hundreds of Syrup of Figs resting there in eternal Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Fincel Block Sou t ft Side eis No 214 St Clair St next door to1 10 St Cfai Sheet 0itors FNh and iiime In eaon Choice Wall Paper Paints OH and Gla constant on R K McClure Worlds Fair Highest Medal and Diploma The meeting of ladies in the Improvements Recently Made parlor of the Capital Hotel last The Kentucky river packets are having considerable trouble in Under Construction and Saturday evening was largely at- making their regular trips from in Prospective Â¬ TERY Are Having Trouble and an assurance of seventv five or HAVING PURCHASED THK PLANING MILL eighty This is far more than Congleton robnecjI ltoij hnI tctory of Mes Bros am prepared to lurnlsh nattering a great success DOORS sHINMFS SASH TCRNED Better still is the high order of BLIND WORK FRAMES sTAIRWORK A hrlohrpr ta ent renresenred t n vv vlikindof more nrnmiiiifr rlacs nf rinM ic rarely gathered in any school SCIlSe The fClllty as now Constituted lwellatolllccoh0slHl1 Factory one And a cuiihisis 01 nint erncient memoers lllllf blocks from Post office onis riverfront public patronage solicited Asinreot capa ble of the best work in our highest colleges for young ladies CHOATE FINNELL We are pleased to learn that Sept 2 iv young ladies who have passed school days and some married ones as also voung men who are lovers of music and elocution are I have for sale 2000 A No applying for admission in these 1 CEDAR POSTS For departments further particulars apply to Mrs Lea teacher of piano and me on mv premises vocal music is a graduate of the T N Arnold Feb 2 tf Germany and has no superior as a teacher of music in the State She Q will form a special class in har- - ri The first session of the college v111 Jil noft TJlAlV hogshead factory Finish For a i Cedar Posts H MATTEH1T Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ riiioiiiittr Â¬ I Â¬ 1 1 I FOR RENtT Â¬ -- lilier NOTICE it K ndiiMiii 1 Weefc Â¬ Business and Professional Directory immense vl r te - 7 Little Money BARGAINS -- j i j HPBTSTEINS J Plckleimd Preserves baud Ml I Hk wvaWW wWwMhMtitoWUkiw iiifi AN EASY TIME Folks who buy clothing of us will have no difficulty in getting through the winter if they pay no higher prices than we charge them for our goods Mens Suits 5 and 6 better 8 and 10 Ridiculously low for such goods u-X- -X STOCK rtTO7 IlsT Hudson Humphries rEllSOXAL Mrs Julia Thompson has returned from Newport Dr H T Keller spent Sunday with friends in Cincinnati Miss Anna Berry lias returned to her home in Newport Mr H H Wilson ot Louisville spent Tuesday in this city Miss Lizzie Lowry of Covington is visiting Miss Flossie French Miss Nannie Clay of Paris is the guest of Miss Louise Pepper Mr R Rogers has returned from a trip to Star Island Michigan Hon R E Roberts of Georgetown spent Monday last in this city Mr Sam D Johnson and wife have returned from New York City Mr McKnight of Pittsburg Pa spent the past week in this city Judge Jos H Lewis went to Danville Ky Tuesday to visit friends Mr A C Norman has returned from a months trip to New York City Mr Geo Weitzel will leave for Harvard next week to take a law course Mr and Mrs Harry ODonnell turned Saturday evening from re-Ci- nI sse II which were presented to and signed by the latter the fight to be brought off by the Sioux City Athletic Club Further than that he has taken down his Sic 000 forfeit and announces that he despairs of obtaining a fight with Perhaps Peter the Champion if Corbett would would be satisfied agree to resign the Champion ship to him no matter how the fight went but we doubt if even this would suit him 1 Presbytery of the Southern Presby terian Church Green Messrs Mason and Frank Barret and John Scott left yesterday even ing for Princeton N J to attend college Miss Adelma Crutcher who is at tending the College of Music at Cin cinnati spent a few days in the city this week Mr and Mrs John H Stuart and Mrs Lucy Duvall are preparing to remove to the Duvall residence on Main street Rev B C Lilly went to Anchorage Tuesday to attend the meeting of the Â¬ Â¬ Wm Saffell and daughter ference Todd spent Saturday last in Miss Lena Bennett of Louisville Louisville was in the city this week on her way and Miss Eloise Hall of Washington to visit friends in Georgetown D C is visiting Miss Annie Hall in was the guest of Mrs Stagg at the Capital this county Mr Will H McClure the popular Mrs T M Turner returned Satur day evening from an extended visit iunior member of the firm of R K McClure Son is lying very ill with to Virginia Mrs Jno E Miles and mother Mrs corner of Washington and Broadway were in Georgetown on Hawkins Mr Nevil M Garrett who has been Monday last studying medicine for some time in Capt W F Dandridge and family the oiiices of Drs E E Hume and L have returned from a short stay at M Scott will leave this morning to Atlantic City enter for the coming term at the Mr and Mrs Will Cannon of Mid Louisville Medical college way spent Sunday with Mr Hiram Hon Jerry C South of Baxter Co Berry and wife Ark is here on a visit to his mother Misses Flora Foote and Jennie Lee Mr South who has been re elected to the returned Thursday from a visit to the Arkansas Legislature for can- Â¬ third successive time is now a friends in Paris didate for Speaker of the House Messrs J L and W H Waggener Mr Waller H Lewis of Woodlake will return this week from their out- Â¬ who attended the Lewis Congress ing at Atlantic City at Bel Air Va last week returned Mrs Fannie Trabue of Louisville home Sunday night Dr John A visited her mother Mrs M A Mur- Lewis and daughter Miss Sydney of phy the first of the week Georgetown also returned home at Mrs W C Taylor and children the same time have returned from Rochester N Y A Struct Fiujlit where they spent the summer Miss Irene McFarland and Miss Mr Kenner Taylor and Mr Susie McIIenry have returned from a to Owensboro and Hartford visit A Phythian Saffell met in front of Misses May and Laura Pepper have the Adams Express office Thurs returned from a visit to their sister when Mr Taylor Mrs C H Hatchitt in Scott county day afternoon Rev Dr H A M Henderson of attacked Mr Saffell with a cow Hartwell Ohio is visiting relatives hide The latter attempted to in the city and attending Conference himself with his fists but defend daughters of being considerably smaller than Misses Taliaferro Rev Thos Taliaferro of Carlisle Ky are visiting Mrs Julia Thomp Mr Taylor was at such a disadvan son tage that he could not protect himMiss Alma Scofield of Frankfort is visiting Mrs B M Allen in the self from the blows of the cowhide Springs addition Harrodsburg Dem- until the belligerents were separat ocrat Neither was Rear Admiral J M B Clitz U S N ed by bystanders is visiting his daughter the wife of seiiously hurt Lieut H E Watterman on Wapping The two gentlemen are brothers-in-lastreet and were supposed to be Messrs Chas Swango and Ollie on good terms and the cause of Walcutt have returned from a visit to the Wolfe County Fair at Hazel the fight is not known Miss cmnati Mrs daughter Louise of Jett have returned home from Lstl11 Springs Misses Daisy and Nellie Cox of this county who have been on an extend ed visit to relatives in Galveston Texas have returned Mr R A Denson and family of Louisville and Mrs Henry Schafer are visiting Mr Geo Huffman at Cross and Conway streets Maj Geo P Gillum has returned from a visit to Russellville His daughters however are still visiting relatives at their old home Master Bradley Weitzel will leave next week for Poughkeepsie NAw York were he will attend a business college the coming session Mr and Mrs J M VanDerveer will remove to the house of Dr Chinn on Main street as soon as the im Â¬ provements are completed Mrs Allie Donohue of Chicago and Mrs Addie Bacon of Grand Rapids Mich are the guests of Mrs L D Hancock this county Mr T B Macklin has gone to Savannah Ga to accept a position under Capt R S Burnett who has charge of Government work there Mr Will Peters and daughter Miss Allie and Miss Gossett of Bethel Ky are visiting Mr and Mrs L A Trumbo at Jett and attending Con- Â¬ Miss Jennie Jett and Mr L A Trumbo find little nnd Mrs Matrimonial At the home of the grooms brother ames T Steele on the South Side Thurs day evening Sept 13 1894 by Rev George Darsie Mr Wm Steele and Miss Lillie Wilson both of this city County Clerk Smith on Thursday issued a marriage license to J S Land and Lorena Stephens Steele Wilson Â¬ Â¬ Dame Rumor is busy with the names of several popular young people who so the saying goes are preparing to try double harness in the near future We are not at liberty to name them but the announcements when made will cause considerable sur prise amongst those not posted Four JIj Successes Having the needed merit to more than make good all the advertising claimed for them the following four remedies have reached a phenominal Â¬ i Â¬ sale Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds each bottle guaranteed Electric Bitters the great remedy for Liver Stomach and Kidneys Bucklens Arnica Salve tho best in the world and Dr Kings new Life Pills which are a perfect pill All these remedies are guaranteed to do just what is Prof C M Alberti of Lexing- Â¬ nomination claimed for them and the dealer whose name is attached herewith ton who has been a prominent will be glad to tell you more of them orator during Sold at P H Carpenters dru store anti Brcckinridge 1 the campaign was assaulted in Davis restaurant in that city on Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Tuesday morning by County AttorWorlds Fair Highest Medal and Diploma ney John R Allen a Breckinridge Items of Interest supporter who carrying his pistol in his hand slapped Albertis face It is estimated that fully Â¬ As was expected the meeting of the Congressional District Com mittee at Lexington last Satur- Â¬ day was for the purpose of adopting a resolution by which the voters were to be pledged to support the nominee whover he may Hon W C Owens who spoke be This the Breckinridge peoat Millville on Wednesday spent ple hoped would keep the Owens the evening receiving congratu- men who would not willingly vote lations from his confiident sup- for the Colonel under any cir- Â¬ porters here Mr Owens shows cumstances from going to the the strain of the campaign but is polls but it does not seem to perfectly assured of his success have had that effect So far as we He returned to Scott county are able to learn not a supporter Thursday morning and made a of Owens will refuse to take the speech at one of the country pledge if required as they are precincts that day all perfectly confident of Owens Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ C Taylor and others of this city have been making speeches for Owens during the past week this and adjoining both in counties The Owens Club of this city had their final rally at the Opera House last night The greatest enthusiasm prevailed and if con fidence goes for anything Owens will be sure to get a big majority in the city precincts N railroad has begun The L to show a steady increase in its earnings over last year although there is still a loss as compared The in- Â¬ with the year before crease over last year for the first week in September was 48770 MV CWVIS 20000 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ On account of the Latonia races the Midland railway will sell tickets to Cincinnati and return at ZC from August 30 to October 7 Â¬ Dissolution Notice controlling ti bimlnush having claims against the firm will plente present them for pi meat and all who are Indebted to the linn will please call and Nettle Immediately as we must close all accounts to date milK FIRM OF C K A MCOLLINS HAVE JIS having I solvedC partnership retiring iiiutuully Aagreed to K Collins ilu h Collins and M AH persons UK AM A COLLINS cordially Invite all to call on me for bargains In Hardware ilass Ac Wall paper HitrneM M A COLLINS Sept 14 Jl I iii I persons were present at the Owens barbecue at Paris Tuesday Sarah Gullet a young white eirl who had been employed as a cook at Mt Sterling suicided near that place Sunday by taking No reason is known pans green for her rash act The National Encampment of the G A R will be held at Louisville in 1895 The vote was taken at Pittsburg on Wednesday and the Kails City came out ahead on the first ballot Col Breckinridge addressed a large crowd of his supporters in this city yesterday afternoon The feature of the occasion was the parading of the Breckinridge clubs from the country precincts who inarched through the streets on horseback headed by a brass band Col Breckinridge on Thursday night gave out an interview in which he charges Mr Owens with various and sundry immoral and dishonorable actions and sup ports the charges with affidavits of the suspicions of certain parties Mr Owens denies all of them but the action of Col Breckinridge in such stories at the springing eleventh hour can do him no good in any event Messrs Frank Chinn J A Violett las A Scott Rev W Â¬ The latter being unarmed asked Allen why he did not shoot but before matters could go further the belligerents were separated United States Commissioner J D Jones whose home is at Grayson Â¬ was removed from office by Judge Barr sitting in Louisville Mr Jones was on Wednesday charged with filing fraudelent fee the Government bills against prominent lawyer of He is a Carter county and hi- - friends refuse to believe him guilty of in- Â¬ District Attorney tentional fraud Smith will present the case to the Federal Grand Jury the railroad magnate has announced that the new Southern Railroad Company John H Inman with which he is connected will positively obtain control of the Cincinnati Southern at an early It is possible if this should date be the case as the Southern sys SAN FRANCISCO CAl tem is the L Ns great rival NEW YORK NK LOUISVIUe KY a deal advantageous to all parties concerned may be made by which the Kentucky Midland will be re lieved of the financial trouble TI10 annual meeting or tho htockholders of which recently threatened to throw The Frankfort Water Company it into the hands of a receiver Â¬ Both the method and res pits when Syrup of Figs is taken it j pleasant and refreshing to the tastri and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidueysj Liver and Bewels cleauses the sys Â¬ head Â¬ tem effectually dispels cold aches and fevers and cures habitual Syrup of Figs is tho - stipaliou oi y remedy of its kind ever pro duced pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial m its efibcts prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and 61 bottles by all leading Jrug Any reliable druggrC who gists may not have it on hand wU pro cure it promptly for any one who Do not accept any wishes to try it substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ENJOYS WATERCOMPANY Ky tor of live The country will breathe freely Of Frankfort transactionthe election corporateDirec of other huil tors and the Mill be held nt Its olllee In tho city ft at last Peter Jackson the great iifris Frankfort on and only Peter has refused to Wednesday September 25 IHJJ iV sign the articles of agreement for At 1L oclock a m iL a ngiu wun Mnampion orueu Aug 25 tti K S ELY tif cittary Â¬ I 1 1 111 UaMNbAwVMft rt - s Ma mnLB Si fniyfr V r3 n - CjS i --I V I VXII M Once On A Time People did Watches Ml rra not Carry SB as Appendicitis Have you got the new disorder Because they were not made Or if known cost a small fortune How We will sell you A TIP TOP TIME KEEPER in things are changed for 500 Something better if you wish silver Heavy gold filled guaranteed for 20 years at 1500 Nobody will know unless you tell them but it is Looks as well and feels as well solid gold If you prefer solid article we have it from 2000 up Such wonderfully LOW PRICES never heard of before Take time by the forelock SEIZE THE OPPORTUNITY ere it be too late Others are holding for Stock hogs or feed eRJ arein demand u e eas boys we know tne rotten old s sinkin anrl her crew must erab at straws but iust keep on your shirts we are everv one of us going to support the the programme nominee and the nominee will be 10 a ra Devotional exercies con- W C Owens Everv WeilS ducted by B F Hungerford 1010 a ni Address of welcome by mm will be at the polls to vote J H Burdin iron clad pledges dont bluff the 1020 a m Song service boys in the trenches neither are 1025 a ra Call to order by Chair man J T Staten and election of Gods ministers afraid of your ofneers cuss words We are just going to 1040 a m Our Obligation in Carry everlastingly bury you and ymir ing out the Great Commission By rotten old candidate in a grave of W C Taylor 11 a ra Song service We are going to nomi oblivion 115 a m Report on S S and How to nate Billv ucns tnen ue won t Increase the S S Work by J H want you The good people of Burdin 1125 a ra Question box conducted the Republican and Populist parby E R Jones ties wont associate with you the J H Bi rdix devil himself wont have you and Vjm F M Featherston Heaven only knows what we A Physician shall have to do with vou Guess Seldom recommends a proprietary we will hand you over to BreckinA great many use our ridge Pollard Guess medicine Co Household Remedies both in their families and in their practice Dr Now boys for Owens for N L Reynolds of Eureka 111 writes virtue for honor and for victory us that he has had occasion to use Dr Hales Household Ointment in Forward march BULLDOFLS several cases of burns and thinks it He writes he has has few equals also used the Dr Hales Household The Jand of Promise Tea in his own femily and finds it is so good that he cannot afford to do Is the without it It is the great blood pu- u hoe mlility West the land that tickled with laughs it harvest the Kl Dorado or the rifier and nerve tonic Positively cures dyspepsia constipation bilious- miner the gjil of the Jaijrlculttiral emigrant ness etc 25 and 59 cents per pack- While It teems with all the elements of wealth age at P H Carpenters drug store and prosperity some of the fairest and most portions of It month M S m MS MS EH stian woman should be and will now reap her reward Miss Lewis was an aunt of the editor of the Roundabout who come Jlldwii down In jour Intestine was at her bedside when she Its Interstices lufestln breathed her last she having been Is n little alley dark and blind as night Leading ol to slmplj nowhere taken ill when on her way to at- Â¬ Catching nil strange things that go there As a pocket It Is clearly out of sight tend the at Lewis Congress It Is pione to stop ami grapple Bel Air in Spottsylvania county With the seed of grape or apple Or a soldiers button swallowed with your pie Besides her nephews and neices in Having levied on these chattels this and other counties in KenThey begin Internal battles That are apt to end In mansions In the sky tucky she had two brothers and Once located never doubt It two sisters still living viz Dr R You would never be without It the fad among socletj thats gay Its A Lewis of Richmond Dr J M Old henrt failure and paresis Lewis of Greenville Miss Mrs Have decamped and gone to pieces And djspepsla has fallen by the way Sue Price of Richmond and Mrs Then stand back there diabetes Lucy D Holladay of Prospect For here conies appendicitis With n brood ot minor troubles on the wing Hill So verlfonu heres hoping doping Youll withstand all drastic Nicol Little Robert son of Uncrowned King And earn the appellation St Louis Post Mr and Mrs R C Nicol is another victim of diphtheria The Deaths little fellow who was about eight Little France years of age breathed his last LaFontaine daughter of Mr Thursday morning having been the six year-old and Mrs Gustave LaFontaine ill only a few days He was a who with their three other chil- bright- popular little man and dren had been ill with diphtheria others besides his parents will feel d died at the residence of her njs oss Queen and Crescent to Lutcmia parents on Wilkinson street on Uaee Symanski Little Frank Szy Wednesday morning and owing manski son of the well known The Fall Meeting at Latonia ex Â¬ to the nature of the disease was barber Mr Alex Szymanski tends lrom September 1st to Octo- Â¬ buried in the cemetery the same was another victim of the dreaded ber 6th afternoon The bereaved parents The Queen and Crescent will diphtheria on Wednesday morning have the sympathy of all in tluir sell tickets to Cincinnati each day He also was six yeats of age and good 5 days to return at one and affliction We are glad to learn was buried on the same afternoon one third fare for the round trip that their other children are doing with little France LaFontaine Ask agents for particulars well W C RlNEAHSON G P A Mr and Mrs Szymanski are the Lewis Miss Mary O Lewis Cincinnati O rermients nf much svfflnatln in fnrtTwrlvr nf thi rrmtr hut wlirs J For Rent A house contain- their bereavement had been for the past fourteen 1112 S rooms on the corner of White The infant child of Campbell and Logan streets well years residing in Richmond Va Apply to with her sister Mrs Sue Price George White colored also died situated Mks L W Glork from diphtheria on Wednesday died at the residence of John V 565 Short street it at the home of its parents in Belle Holladay Esq at Prospect Hill Diiuker Spottsylvania county Virginia on point Friday morning the 7th inst aged lhytlcluiis Puzzled Heavy rains Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tis tu order To succumb to it without delay It Is called nppendlcltls Very dliiercnt from gastritis Or tlu common trash diseases of the day It creates a happy frolic SoniethIng like a winter colic That has often Jarred our Inner organs some Only wrestles with the wealthy And the otherwise most healthy Haln got It then joure nigh to kingdom If you havent I Executive Meeting Aunt Bet and Aunt Molly were always in demand in the There will be a meeting of the homes of their brothers and sisters Executive Board of Franklin AsUniting with the Presbyterian sociation at Nortn Benson church church early in life she was ever on first Saturday in October at an example of what a true chri10 oclock a m Following is1 she all as Â¬ Â¬ better prices tut big Font ijotte Â¬ IIa the IJest Terminal Facilities at Chicago 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 Rinliolipn -v vrr anu ieianu noteis ana witn lctona in two blocks of the State and Wabash Street Cable Lines and the South Side Elevated Railway Convenient stops are also made at Hyde vpilifiiit tn flip Auditorium r v i rY -Â¬ Â¬ j Â¬ E O McCormick Pass Traffic Mgr D B Martin Genl Pass Tkt Agt connections Your ticket should read via the Big Four Route to enjov these privileges Big Four Route Cincinnati O Second street Stations Magnificent Vestibuled Trains Parlor Cars Wagner Sleeping Cars Private Compartment Buffet Sleep iE Cars ami Superb Dining Cars o transfer across Cincinnati to make Park Thirty Ninth street and Twenty Â¬ Odd Fellow at Lookout Moun Â¬ tain Â¬ - j On September 17th the Sovereign Grand Lodge convenes at Lookout Mountain The Queen A Crescent Route Cin- Â¬ cinnati Southern will 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 R H Garrat A G P A New Orleans 1 Hardy A G P A Vicksburg Miss S C Ray T P A Dallas Tex Chattanooga frulttnl heir a Inrtest of maltrla A J Lytle D P A by those unprotected by a J R McGregor T P A Birmingham leaped In Its nillne Chicago 111 medical safijju ml No one seeking or dwelling W A Beekler N P A In a malarial loilt Detroit Mich ufe trom the scuurtre C A Baird T P A PA Pittsburg Fa ooley T without llostettersStomich Bitters Emlrant Chat W Zell D P A Cincinnati O bear this In mind Commercial traeleis T A Louisville Ky mnlirlous regions should arryn bot- A Whedon P tle of the Bitters In tne traditional lpack W C Rinearson G P A Cincinnati 1 -- - f Â¬ eernotk damp and restoratlu i 78 Miss Lewis was the daughter of John and Jean Wood Lewis and was born at Llangollen in Spottsylvania county When quite young her parents removed to Kentucky and their place near Woodlake which they also named Â¬ Â¬ Llangollen became a center of hospitality and culture for that re gion Her father was a noted educator and many men who after ward became famous received their education at his school Miss Lewis herself was for many years a teacher She was a woman of noble character pious and unself ish and she devoted her life to the welfare of others Never luw ing man led she never wanted for a home for she and her sister Miss Kl abeth II Lewis who preceded her to the grave a few yea is ago familiarly known to us Â¬ Â¬ Many persons are unable to sleep on thoir left side The cause has long been a puzzle to physicians Metropolitan papers speak with great interest of Dr Franklin Miles the eminent Indiana specialist in nervous and heart diseases who has proven that this habit arises He has ex Â¬ from a diseased heart amined and kept on record thousands His New Heart Cure a of eases wonderful remedy is sold at J W Gaylos Thousands testify to its value as a cure for Heart Disease Mrs Chas Boney Loveland Col says its efiectson her wore marvelous Elegant book on heart disease free 4 3r Hales Household It absolutely cures catarrh Ointment It cures Is the finest remedy in tho world Neuralgia and Rheumatism Cures Piles liko magic Cures Salt Rheum in the most soothing manner Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Cures Coughs and Colds Can bo taken internally A positivo specific for pneumonia Outs Bruises Burns Chilblains Sores of long standing Corns and Bunions are cured quickly dilleront from all else superior to all else it has no equal 25 and uOc boxes Largo sizo cheapest Sold at P II Cariixtihs drug storo S To points in Michigan via Big Four Route half fare tickets on sale September 17 1S94 good for return passage twenty days from date of sale Stopovers allowed in both directions ijirect connections mane in CAHAIAQE Central Union Station ci and YYMWVil YYVUttlii uith all lrains 0f the Oueen and Crescent Route Louisville A MAKE MAN SPECIALTY l n M it IV E factunnu to order Our ruleOK use onb wsuviue Is iveiltUCKV ivauway best material and employ none but the best Vtirrnl liJhv v ana riieTtinnL rt Special attention workmen len tepalrs and repitlntluii old vehicles and Ohio Railway Ask nearest ticket aeent for Cnnncu I nuic Ct Uaur tho Qiunr uinoai 11 10 iihgii tickets and full information h O McCormick Vote for Owens Passenger Traffic Manager For Rent Pleasant rooms fori D B Martin G P T A You may curse the preachers rent 322 Steele street South Sept i td Cincinnati O and insult the women but we will Side elect the Congressman Mrs Walter R Franklin tf 5 The best possible evidence of I DIES innocence is an accusation from a Needing a tonic or children who want buildBreckinridge source tne up thould take IlUOWVs lKOX UlTTKKh It U pleuunt cures Malaria Indigestion Our tobacco crops are extra suffering with weakness and Ulliojsucss Liver Complaints and Neuralgia fine but have in a very few in emaciation who give little Miles Norvo and Liver Pills stances been damaged by the nourishment to babiesshould too freeuse of Paris green tako a new principle regulating Act on A sneak thief entered the resi the liver stomach anu bowels though discovery Dr1 dence of Mr W S Fogg one night the nerves A new cure biliousness Miles Pills speedily last week and attempted an en bud taste torpid liver piles constipa trance into that of Mrs Virginia tion Splendid for men wont 311 and In both instances he children Smallet mildei surest Thompson 50 doses for 25 cents Samples free at succeeded in making his escape J W Gaylos Frankfort Ky 45 ly but got nothing of value He HBHBMKHtaiHIBjlljaaiBlaaaHr UiieUleuis Arnica Salve hasnt fessed up yet but no the Cream of Cod liver Oil doubt will when captured and The best salvo in the world for Cuts and hypophosphites It will compelled to do so Then he may Hniisos Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum give them strength and make announce himself for Congress Fever Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns and all Skin Irrup their babies fat Physicians Breckinridge men to the front tions and positively cures Piles or the world over endorse It It is guaranteed to Some of our farmers have sold no pay required give satisfaction or money leftuided Dont b3 deceived by Substitutes their hogs at five cents for delivery Price 25 cents per box For sale by after the 20th of the present Phil Oauikntku rrepirjd by Scott X Uonae N Y Alt DruUtt S ly AiMltist theeitftut expOiue mental or bodily unwholesome food or water Cj itIHtonj rheu It Is tin Infallible defense matism biliousness djspepsi i netousiiess and loss of strength are all renelled b this general Â¬ Ilome SrekerV 1eurion GJJOSTPCO -- 1- 1 -- -- j V - Mothers Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Scotts j EmuMon Â¬ W Jlf V I 1 THE vv j cfU Jb STION -J- OF THE HOUR JEWELER Is this Where can I buy the most for the least money That is the question that all eeonimists should know We mean by this an article of intrinsic value and perma nant quality So take your repair work and buy what you need of -L- wJrjJJjjjfci9 OIjAIR 2S7 SiXB SJESESEST1 FRAN K FO R1MNDUN MBOUT TIH- SKCHKTAIIYS HKPOIIT mental and vocal muic and to Mrs Weitzel for the ue of her paoious Or tin Ludios Meeting at tln p trior the meeting adjourned Euterert nt tiepoM oJticeiit Frankfort Kentucky niiillable mutter its Capital Hotel In conclusion we give the closing paragraph of Mrs Mortons address GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub The Secretary whose name is in explanation f Â¬ TOUR OPPORTUNITY -- FRANKFORT SEPTEMBER Ifi llM Tin School Clo cd f V Owing to the numerous cases of diphtheria and more specially to the deaths which occurred on that dav the School Board decided to close the on Wednesday from that afternoon until schools The Monday the 2ith inst panic among parents had become so great that the daily attendance had dwindled down to about 300 which in itself would be a good argument for closing the schools even if the Board had not thought the case as serious as imagined Every precaution is being taken to prevent the spead of tle d ease and although several new cases have developed in the same neighborhood that has been in fected for some weeks all the older cases are covalescent and it is hoped no more deaths will occur and that the malady will soon be stamped out Â¬ j j I Foot Hall The young men of the city who are interested in athletic sports met at the State House this week and took the preliminary steps toward organizing a foot ball eleven for the coming season by electing Charley Swango captain with full power to select the ten other regular pl iyers and the substitutes and to line them up a The training he might see nt rules will be more strict than last year and as about tventy five athletic young men including neaily all of ast years team are candidates for the various positions Capt Svango will find his chief trouble in a superabundance rather than in a dearth of material to form a strong team been have The candidates practicing at Lake Park this week and all the home games will probably be played there as the ground at Thorn Hill is not adapted to foot ball The first game wi 1 be with Wesleyan of Winchester It is also pro on the 24th inst pesed to take a southern trip going as for as New Orleans later in It is not known exthe season actly how the new rules adopted by the colleges last spring will affect the game but it is thought there will be less roughness than last year as the latest regulations were framed to do away with the plays momentum mass and open or indi encouraged and punting or vidual work and kicking Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fife k Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ iVucIiorV Institute The Franklin County Teachers Institute attendance upon which is obligatory upon the part of the common school teachers of the county will be held in the Court House on the second week in CO Toledo O F J CHENEY October beginning Monday the Mansion Sold by all druggists 75cents 8th The Institute this year will Music Vocal Solo My Old Ken- be conducted by Mr John Burke tucky Homo by Mrs Dr 0 B Ohlnn Tohucco Sticks For fchilts accompanied by violin and piano of Newport 50000 oak and hickory tobacco After a vote of thanks to tho lady Apply to J W sticks for sale musicians and Prof Harris for their Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Gaines A Pure drape Cream cl Tartar Powder 49 tf delightful contributions of instru j Â¬ of the objects of the signed hereto has furnished the fal meeting from which extracts were lowing complete and remarkably in telegraphed to New York Chicago teresting account of the remarkable and Louisville papers almost as soon meeting held at the Capital Hotel as uttered Saturday afternoon Sally Jackson jn resp0nse to a call in last Fridays Secretary and Treasurer Owens Aux- Daily Capital for a ladies meeting a iliary Club larSe and enthusiastic audience as- MRS MORTONS IONclA SION sembled in the historic parlor of the Last we are here to ailirm that we Capital hotel at the date mentioned believe this result ithe vindication of Septi 8i4 oclock p m the Ashland district can bst be The meeting was opened with an secured by the nomination of Hon Enthusiastic ap- Â¬ eloquent prayer by Mrs Walter W C Owens plause We all know of him if we do not Fran1klIn 0f the Methodise Church South as follows And as it is know him personally 0ur Father whJch arfc n IIeaven always our highest pleasure to praise because Thou hast been our refuge rather than criticise adversely we and strength a verv present help in want to say something about this all our troubles because the gracious Franklin county boy Beared in the simple home of a gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ ha made such a meeting as this possible Kentucky farmer orphaned early in 10 woman and because Thou knowest life he began to make his way up by self it altogether we are encouraged to his talent industry sobriety and soft- Â¬ contained dignity He was not oring tins cause before Thee We pray Thee inspire the thoughts ened by indulgence and luxury nor and purposes of each one in this pres- made effeminate and deceitful by the ence and control all our efforts that polish of fashionable drawing rooms whatever we shall accomplish shall nor spoiled or made brazenly vain by llolvi tr IIUOICII LIIC il4IIV II1JCI1 flin the applause of college assemblies lsi ini lliu til y IV llncf fk wickedness of the wicked shall come and literary clubs lApplause He impresses one as having been to an end and the just established For Thine is the power we ask all for stamped in the mold of natures noble- Â¬ Christs sake to whom with Thee and men Handsome as a Roman Tribune the Holy Ghost be glory for ever ever was elegant in stature and sol- Â¬ Amen dierly talented and This was followed by the election cultured inhe bearingseem to be fitted would of a chairman Mrs Jennie C Mor- - especially to represent this district at ton by acclamation who appointed a Washington secretary and treasurer and the com- - From those who have known him in the home of his adoption Georgemittees town and who have seen him every Tne following program was then day for years we hear he is a kind sou and brother a loyal friend an executed Music My honest as well as astute lawyer emi- Â¬ the National song nent in his profession and a cour- Â¬ Country tis of Thee teous generous gentleman at all Prof Louis Harris violin Miss times at home or abroad the same Clara Buckley piano Mrs C B From this standpoint which is a Cliinn soprano Mrs Vernon Clark noble vantage ground for any man would not seem that we could ask Mrs James Miles alto in which the it this district always prodigal of of audience joined with great enthus- talented meu a liner specimen of mankind for our Representative in iasm Applause Brief address by the chairman The Congress As some of you may know years committee appointed for the work ago lie was a member of the Legisla Â¬ Mrs John E Miles and Mrs John ture and the Speaker of the House Banta then collected the amounts and our memory fails to recall his superior if ever his equal in presid Â¬ already subscribed ing over that notably turbulent body Music Owens March a brilliant - tho House of Representatives His composition for the occasion by Prof matchless tact his fine common sense and his superb management as a par Louis Harris we have The following resolutions were then limentarian and Legislator any man never seen surpassed by adopted by a committee of the whole Applause And we have been takby a rising vote ing notes of t lie prominent men in Whereas We have met to ex Â¬ the Legislature for many years Then there is this thing which we press our indignation at the candiW C P Breckinridge not so hope no one of us who loves Frankfort dacy of ever forget much in thoughts that breathe and will Capital when He helped us keep threatened with re words that burn as in acts that lend the moval He like us loved his own the aid and encouragement to our native city among the green hills friends and vindicators the voters in see its property this political crisis that we feel is He was not willing topublic buildings depreciated and its due them from us but also hereby to despoiled its the Capital insist that they make his nomination trampled upon rightsitsto ancient title and not only improbable but impossible clouded and disputed or ever appro- Â¬ and for the Whereas As a body of citizens priatedofby her queenly rivals govern Â¬ honor being the seat of whose power for good and effective ment in the service as an auxiliary in politcs has Kentucky grand Commonwealth of never before been recognized we do He was benefactor in not now apologize for our presence that dark our valiant dashed to the hour He here because we bolive woman lu dust all self sli oons ideritijrs whMi come to the kingdom for such a time usually control politicians and gaw as this to give the needed uplift by his boundless time talent her aid her influence nor counsel and influence his help to and his forever to secure to ele- Â¬ prayful appeal to maintain the the vated moral sentiment of law and theypeople of Frankfort the Capital had thrice order of the christian homes of Ken- hundred years bought and held for a tucky and present them blameless All honor to him Let hail him before the world though the window now with grateful prideus tho next the ballot box by the legalized congressman for the Ashland district of voters of the Ashland district Resolved That we will co operato with the fathers husbands sons1 Statu of Ohio City ok Toledo ss Lucas County brothers and friends in this city and Frank J Cheeney makes oath that under their guidance and approval aid them by every means in our he is the senior partner of the Arm Co doing business power to defeat the detested uomina of F J Cheney tion of W C P Breckinridge whose in the city of Toledo county and State disgrace we deeply deplore but aforesaid and that said firm will pay fhe sum of one hundred dollars for whose sins we cannot condone Revolved That we hereby tender to M h and every case of Catarrh that Mrs Ex Governor Blackburn our sin Â¬ can not be cured by the use of Halls cere admiration for her conduct dur- Catarrh Cure Fkank J CilENKY ing the late trial of Breckinridge in Sworn to before me and subscribed Washington City where she bore herself with the dignity and fearless in my presence this Oth day of De integrity 01 a true hearted Kentucky cember A D 1S8G A V ULUASU N woman That wo remember her Notary Public with affectionate bride while a citi zen here in the highest oflicial and Halls Catarrli Cure is taken intersocial position as the wife of the Chief Executive and one of the nally and acts directly upon the blood most admired and beloved ladies that and mucous surface of the system ever presided over the Executive Send for testimonials free Â¬ 4 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- TO BUY AT WHOLESALE tRICE A- - Lawn Mower To Keep Your Lawn Brig ht and Clean and Im- Â¬ 1 T prove the Place A Large and Clean stock of m 1AT1 Hardware Cutlery Etc AT LOW CASK PRICES- - ri ii j M P GRAY HARDWARE MERCHANT THE BEST IS AYE THE CHEAPEST AVOID IMITATIONS OP AND SUBSTI- Â¬ TUTES FOR DeclG lv SAPOLIO TOBACCO KENTUCKY Crockers Honest Fertilizers I will sell to any reliable man in ton lots for 45 per ton oh eitrbt months lime with note without inter e st If you dont want a ton call and get a sample order G L HMNNEN -- GO TO- - JOHN DRISCOLL txxie- - t ii Â¬ LIQUOfi MERCHANT For absolutely pure Whiskies Wines Branc for medicinal and family use dies Anderson Co Whisky 2 per gallon Older goods at the same low rate 235 Broadway Opposite Capitol Square Four-year-ol- d Mny 20 Om to Â¬ Â¬ W McKEE HARDSE DRUGGIST Â¬ 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 W McKEEHARDIE Jan 21 C L IAYLE if U W 0 m - JWJtiiV 4i rfv u S T M n H ENTiRE NEW I will for the next 30 days offer everything in my DBI ky Py v T STOCK UJ r- - in y Wfc rn DEPARTMENT iV kUUUUUJUiLJLIUUUJLJUUJIuJUUUJtJULJtJLkUjtULJIJUvC uJUCU JU JU JLTJUJ TOHN T BUCKLE3Y FRANKFORT ing At greatly reduced prices A brand new lot of Lamps that will be just the thi this fall at half their value Summer goods in my House Furnishing partment at greatly reduced prices Give me a cull BMJNIABOUT HKK FRANKFORT SEPTUM If 18114 The MiiuMtil JJathsof Frankfort Coiniiiiuilciited fiiiifi If- - COLLEGE YOU WANTFOR A full - TO GKET1 Z3ST 03ST Wo learn that wiihin the last few divs a change in the rules J I YOUNG- - JLvJLDIKS course of study in Â¬ THIS OFFER ii i w J t r and henceforth it will be devoted ENGLISH LATIN GKEEK FJtENCH GERMAN SPANISH LITERATURE to the use of ladies and children COMPOSITION ELOCUTION CONVERSATION DELSARTE MUSIC ART MENTAL on three days in the week instead PHILOSOPHY OF ETHICS ELEMENTS CRITICISM POLITICAL ECONOMY HISTORY NATU These days oe two as heretofore RAL SCIENCES MATHEMATICS are Monday Wednesday and Fri- Â¬ PRIMARY BRANCHES ABLE EFFICIENT FACULTY day the other three days being When A first class college in every feature assigned to men and boys A good home most pleasbaths becomes antly located in which most careful attention will be given to the culthe value of these known and our citizens realize that ture health and comfort of pupils for all external uses they fully equal Boys Admitted to the Academic Department the widely advertised springs of Prepare for admission to best Colleges and Universities Full Pri Virginia Michigan and Arkansas mary course also For terms and firther information apply to they will regret not having resortAs medicinal ed to them sooner ZD 2D T IE2 they are as good as any For baths 207 Second Street Fronting Bridge internal use the water is not on a par with some other springs though well adapted to the treatment of party to have a frolic engage the W I KELLEY exclusive use of the pool for a OB particular forms of ailments few persons are certain hour and hence are not Comparatively OF CINCINNATI 0v iil be at tne aware that the swimming pool annoyed by the presence of any feet long chance bather while they oe is about thirty three HOTEL and eighteen feet wide with a cupy it One especial merit of the place IN LEXINliTON KY depth varying from four feet at one end to six ieei at me uuici is tnat it furnishes ladies an op Saturday September 15 1894 and havin its Fides and bottom portunity of learning to swim the yaturdny September 29 189 An iron rail value of which need not be en Satnrday October 13 1894 smoo thly cemented surrounds it except at the li ed up m The points in the HfcMORRHO DS Piles fillet without nrulpi ing iieiatlon ami with Utile or no piln shallow end where steps guarded United Sfites where a girl or hand rails ascend to grown woman can acquire tins bv gas pipe HEEEKENCES even WMeKee Hurdle Frankfort Ky A wide walk next to life saving accomplishment the floor J A scoit Frunklort Ky the railimr affords a roomv pass in the summer are lew while Aiitaonj LtMiti bnmktort Xy 1 stttfii way and also a place where friends this place is accessible all the J Ucrberlcii Krinklurt Kj V Frankfort Kj watch the year round is always sum Â¬ Kev L P Hulett Benson Ky It and parents can sit and A H ilcLlure irranktortKy Moreover The plan of the struct- Â¬ mer time in that hail Hughes Franktoit K V J bathers DatUi ure is on a generous scale and not the pool is empted and refilled jasM Moore iteiiMin Kj WlthronFrunkfoitKy at 25 at all cooped up and contracted every morning and twice a week DH KELLEYS office and residence Is he may Clndniirttiandwliere Those We t Kinhtli street of each week excel SATURroof of this large hall is al- it is thoroughly scrubbed The he lonnd eery rtnv Pamrhlets ttehcrlbtin tliese any one most entirely of glass there being wanting a tub bath or a Turkish iiDAYS mode ot treatment eiu tree to diseases ml the W windows to the apartment bath can be accommod ited as oyao ireiiii kLLLMJl D no side stclndnnatji0 the apprehensions of well as those wantin a plunge To relieve CONSULTATION FREE some sensitive people it is proper A dollars worth of tickets pay A single plunge to add that the construction of the for five plunges WUti C MUtellAU jnitKm n j bathers can costs you a quarter building is such that The writer has no pecuniary inbe assured of the strictest privacy Marshall every- terest in this establishment and Marksbury It may not be known to one that the u ineral springs the article is not written at the ATTORNEYS AT LAW which are really an artesi in well solicitation or with the knowledge He COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY considerably more than a thousand of anyone connected with it feet deep are distant some three is simply a medical man of the Ottlop up stair oii olte court Hone20 in Atu quarters of a mile and that the town and iccently visited the water under its natural pressure place for the first time to teach Five les MISS MAE1A L1XDSEY of eichtv pounds to the square his daughter to swim through pipes to sens sufficed to accomplish this Will ifume her clas in inch is driven is but having found a bonanza he the bath house Its coldness delightfully tempered by an abun- keeps en plunging all the same Piano dance of hot water so there is and advises otieis to do lik SEPTEMBER 1st no reason to anticipate a chilling wise AtU lS lt A rope is extended across bath pool and hangs conveniently the Awarded near its surface which reassures iiijshesl HonorsWorlds Fair PUBLIC SALE A trapeze affords the the timid on Hie Viai Ktrrt iinl I will tell at in Ifsinn gymnast a chance to tumble off j nl Ver alleN ilke s mlc lioin ertill break his neck his perch and not miles from rtmJttort vjK iH A very obliging colored woman 5th 1894 attends upon the ladies and toK household mid kitili MIOoVIOvUnivciOii nice en llUllltllie Lilinlllu lllllliueits Al watches over the safety of chil i minute liiit houe and Iereheron extra limn hi i e co line lniru dren and a polite and competent tia mare 3 joar old hor e 1 2 ear olu niaie and ndt 1 man iooks aiter tne wauis eilllin Mlio Wilkes iMit t -- t LMMis colored hij lstddle KiiilliiK Keeslke of gentlemen tuyniaie Iiaunntl lers hut eu oliJno Wllkes W V I lKre metered The number of young ladies and heifer mlUli iow - ueie of i crti In sluu k J bushels o win tit eowr rkUs ot hay of married ladies that patronize stock hos i mi te iiole tin loue Inrmssl and are enthusiastic the phec biikvy and harness l yilkv I lie urmlckllhider iniver2cidllatoisl DIm- hirum J smooth about it is an endorsement of the iloubeInn harrow i Oliver fhlllid Iov J firm wmoilsl ioiie ilo Innel ilos highest character And these be- li hore tait wheat ltu 1 ctittlm box kctibon So if laUou Jl ilbm kittle shelter long to our best people one ha frame ioml heiiiii bnike anyone has kept away from a fear IKUMS UK SAlK All Minis i0 and under MOST PERFECT MADE s month Mimsoxer Jjo acreillt that it is not a first class concern A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Free cash all Interest hiroeds ciViof without they have made a great mistake from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant Sale iiomitltit It a iiiS itemiirr JsM H Kihid t A k I II PAUUl ll Auctoueer 40 YEARS THE STANDARD 0 course those who make up a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Our inventory disclosing too much UPHOL Â¬ STERED FURNITURE We will until further notice oner great v z Every piece of Upholstered Furniture in our stock consisting of Parlor c Come while Suits Rockers Easy Chairs Sofas is unbroken the assortment REUUGRD PELIQEL R ROGERS Gn 3aumes IEresident SON j PHOENIX nvnnnnnnnnnnnri nnnnrrririnrnririnn 1 I We believe in plain ca Advertise no baits they are misleading business methods to give each and every patron equal value j j I i i fsj 2 You think that is the proptr way for an honet reliable What astir advantage can a dealer attain who habit- - f chant r ually deceive WE DONT ihe - 1 mer- tlSX n t fl TJ CSu i that we handle the rinest grades of iood rciutuic men yy and we alwavs aim to be the gJJ Women and Childrens lowest in prices BELIEVE N Hats Cap- Â¬ Â¬ iiJ -- iih School Books ftc Â¬ fen Â¬ Are too frequently resorted to by some but we maintain our old honest methods that have stood the test of 30 yeais with DECEPTIONS McCLURE en MJi 12 rji -5-1 iJ bs you and are here still 1 ri rn u ri JJa IlJ uj n i Hi K SON p rn ra rn IJSi nn ay net ex En Â¬ Forte Playing rnmnnrnr rinriir inrTrir Tnnnrrancirnrcnnnr The Old Reliable Shoe Dealers w 17 DR j j CREAM t September 1 1 I 109 tttwrtn 23 90 WHAT DOES IT MEAN lrliij 1 1 1 1 1 -- 1 1 It tnMini that tliaQnen nl Croifont Kniilr Is IT tnilct thcrlrsl CiniiMiitl uml Lviiuptuii Stnil ihurUtt Cinciutitl t Illr mintihnm O rain tlwrtt Ciiulnuati to Nw linuilKhurti Cmcniuutl tu Llutlauwj AtUuU ir Jiukoavillt J lunJj BAKING POWDfR 1 i SOLiD VESTIBULED TRAINS ltwcnnlt of theabciTO roint Throiuh Par to Xlckiborn an 1 NircTe rt Hair lino running ihronli i u niciiinnti t Knuxvillo ui AiheillU X C Dlnct llnu to Text anil Mttlin U Now lrltna or U Shrecnrt Ask axenu atuiit lur titCilifurnU 1roui Lonlfllle Mirllilla Hint I inrtmriiurir illri t luuutitluU U maJv ut Ltilctloa with tUluUa truiiii to ull l ilutj itiutf XV KINCAKSON Utul Iatir Agvut Ciuiinutl O 1 - 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 Ik QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE J b w4w - ir s - J1 nwis v utv mymatnyntnmnilib H G TOOK i KiiJLTJOE3 D We will lor the next 30 days offer our entire stock of I Vehicles and Harness K Our vehicles consist of Carriages Buggies Cut Under Stationary and Jump Seat Surreys Light Road Wagons Spring Wagons c made by the following Standard Manufacturers Columbian Buggy Co H EL Babcock Co Troy Carriage C Woodhull Sayres Co Troy Buggy Works Lideigh Carriage Co W Scovell and Overman Carriage Co iiiiipiii i MT COST 8 w OOR 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 IlEIiIGlOUS A Few Report of Church public school The Pulpit of the Various Churchos to lie The extraordinary Congressional for month ending Aug 31 1894 Protestant Filled Sunday hy Meth- Â¬ campaign which has almost turned Roll of honor Geo Arnold Mame odist Divines the old Ashland The pulpits of the Protestant churches to morrow will be filled by visiting members of Kentucky Con- Â¬ ference as follows Methodist Church 9 a m Conference Love Feast lead by Rev E L Southgate 11 oclock Bishop W W Duncan 3 p m Dr John J Tigert Â¬ cratic Friends Words to Our Demo- Â¬ School Report L B MARSHALL W A GAINES L 8 MARSHALL CO 730 p m Dr W II Taylor 730 p m Means First Presbyterian Church 11 a m Rev G Christian Church 11 a m Dr G H Pearse 730 p m Dr J R Deer ing Baptist Church 11 a m Dr W T Poynter 730 p m Dr R Hiner Southern Presbyterian Church 11 a m Rev John Reeves 730 p m Rev F S Pollett the Chapel at 930 a Baptist Church Sunday school in m The Young Peoples meeting in the Chapel at 715 p m W E Gorey the pastor will conduct the services at Church of the Good Shepherd to morrow High mass at 730 a m Low mass 10 a m Benediction after first mass Catholic Church Rev Father Christian Churcii Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor Â¬ hold its weekly prayer meeting in the Lecture Room at 050 p m The Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor will meet Sunday evening in the lecture room at G50 oclock Â¬ First Presbyterian Church school meets at 930 a m Epworth League convenes at m in the class room Methodist Church Sun da 7 y p Sunday School at 930 Southern Presuvterian Church JJliths COLlv To Mr Cole an Sj lb and child doing well and Mrs Ed Mother boy Fr L bfcOWirS IRON iaiaric Liver Trou c r - noig est i on u s e 33 district upside Arnold James Arnold Annie Bryan Lizzie Bryan Lula Hicks down for the past three months Hallie Hicks Elliott Gaines Clara has now come to a close Gaines Willie Ely Gaines Cecilia and before this reaches the eyes Slusher Delila Whalen of our readers the final battle of Gaines Pupils enrolled during the ballots will have commenced month male 31 female 16 Total It is not our purpose to say Average daily attendance 47 anything of the merits or de- 44 Parents are cordially invited By this the merits of any candidate The to visit the school child will be led to observe the time for that is past existing between home What we wish to impress upon harmony school and the Parents can in the voters in the primary is this way help the school to better Watch the other discipline and better work Keep cool G D Hancock fellows as much as you please Teacher is committed see that no fraud but be equally careful that no ex- Advertised Letters at Frankfort Kentucky cess of zeal on your part gives just cause of complaint to your Below will bo found a list of adver- Â¬ opponents tised letters for the week ending To Owens men to Breckinridge Sept 15 1894 B H J W men and to Settle men we say Butler Mr Charlie HamiltonMr Bill Hatcher Botts Mr We have suffered Combs Mary the same Johnson Miss Gary Belle enough on the eyes of the world Combs John Moure Mrs Larie Mills Miss Lizzie We can not afford by Derger Fena already Nelson Mrs H C Dinmnan Mr disorder and riot by drunkenness Russell Mrs Mary Frank Shouse Mr Willie by intimidation Duding Mr and bloodshed Fields Miss Susie Spencer Mr and fraud to have ourselves held Frye Miss Julia George Sasse Mr Emil E up to the gaze of others as a peoStewart A George Farris Mrs E ple who are unable to control Grubb Mr Oto Fester Mr James Witt Allen Graham Prof themselves in this crisis Wells Geo Robt Go to the polls and vote and Hall Mrs Mollie Woeman Bartley when your vote is cast go about Hall Joecalling for these letters say When Discussions and advertised your business S B Holmes P M disputes can do no good they may llecover IRs Speech If you lead to useless bloodshed were never sober on election clay Alphonce Hempling of Summit township Butler Co Penn made an in your life be so now The eyes atlldavit that his twelve-year-olson who had had St Vitus Dance for of the world are upon us twelve years lost his speech was Again we say keep cool completely cured after using three bottles of Dr Miles Restorative The Finn Dihoived Nervine and also recovered his speech Thousands testify to won Â¬ derful cures from using it for ner firm of C E The hardware nervous vous diseases dyspepsia Mr A Collins was dissolved on debility dullness confusion of mind headache c Four doses Thursday by mutual consent Mr Nervine cured Mrs W E of this Burns C E Collins retiring The busi Soutli Bend Inrt who had been ness will be continued at the old HiiHbring with constant headache for months Trial stand corner of Main and Lewis three book free at J W bottle and ele 4 Gayles gant streets by Mr M A Collins See his notice in another column IF TO Vli HA CK ACT1W Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Real Estate and Insurance Ags Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a Real estate bought sold or leased share of the insurance patronage city and country property for sale at all times A good line of both OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET FARM FOR SALE FINE FARM OF OFFER FOR SALE 110 acres situated on the iergetown turn pike 8 miles trom ranktort This I verv pro sup ductive land Is well Improved abundant especially adipted to plied ulth water and ls stock mi dug Ihe neighborhood Is excellent chinches and schools convenient and all sur A 1 J A GREAT TS OFFERED Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BARGAIN WE IN A NEW TWO STORY FRAME J residence of seven rooms and two acres of land at Thorn Hill This property is nicely lo Â¬ cated fiontlng on the Owenton turnpike and will be sold on weekly pavmenls to the right party It not sold Immediate will rent at it Ion liguie ioimdlngs attractive 260 ACRE FARM FINE FOR RENT meats situated near Forks of Elkliorn is TWO STORY FRAME RESIDENCE OK olfered for sale This Mini Is well adapted to A seven rooms with large grounds on Murray stock raising or will raise line tobacco as well as stieet South Side all othei ciops suited tor this climate Will sell on easy pajinonts UNI WITH GOOD IMPROVE FOR SALE A for sale at the above llgure which will lent fiume cot takes of four rooms This propel ty will pay lor 3K per annum on Talor avenue This Is good lullyiupercentnet on the Investment ami Is Two property will be sold on now occupied bv u good tenant tlw right party quick 4 GOOD PIECE OF BUSINESS PROPERTY and If eisj payments to ou are Interested come This property will be sold cheap and on very easy pavinents only a small cash pajment being required with the balance paid 11111 in RAMK JJ Thorn COTTAfJE OF FOUR ROOMS AT weekly FOR SALE A FARM OF 253 ACRES 3 MILES FROM Frinkfort on 11 good turnpike road with a residence of ti rooms 2 tenement houses 2 to Â¬ bacco and stock barns beside- - all other neces Â¬ sary luipioveiueuts AH ot the impiovements AND THE Including the tenclngou this propeit TAYLOR BETWEEN olfered for AVENUE easy terms and in ilrst ulitss condition This larmare new sale on has a These lots are on a good tvventv foot street and quautit ot line tabtcco laud and would also make adjoin Judge Dianes propel t a tlrst class stock turm It also has a joung peach orchard ot a thousand trees besides othor Hull d FOR SALE Â¬ A FINE FARM OF 210 ACRES FINELY LO cated 8 miles Irom Frankfort on a good turnpike road upon which theio Is a brick resi dence ot 5 rooms a tenement ot four rooms and allother necessary Impiovements This land Is In a high state of cultivation the Improvements are In Hue condition and In order to make a quick sale will bo ulleied at a bargain r Â¬ FOR SALE BUSINESS KSTAHLISII ONEOFTHEHEST consisting of good clean stock ot goo Is and 11 well established prolltablo trade This is u Mow opportunity torn man with capital Â¬ i rnwo story frame residence oforooms mWO b 10U 1 FORSALE FORSALE on Lewis stieet with lot 54 verj vuluublo piopeity J feet I his Is good propeit 1 and It acres STORY IHtlCK RESIDENCE 018 ROOMS ot laud li lirldgepoit This and Is olfered at a bargain TITERS x Fon Sale or Rent My dwelling house on Ann street Or you are nil worn out really good for notli ins It Is general debility Iry I tf J T Buckley nitonNs It will euro you clcnnse your li er ana evo u good appetite inox nirriiits L B MARSHALL CO A - iifip rx 7 KKXTlCKV COXKlHWCK A Lnrjrt Attornlm1 Pleasant Sclon i a Wright J L Hutohins w w ureejio w h u JJitzier w H Ross 0 E Boswell W A Penn J W Hughe T F Nell G G Ragan J W Allen Books andPerodicals C J Nugent Jos Horner E G B Mann T J Smith J R Savage W M Humph- Â¬ rey T WWatts J W Boulden W E Arnold J S Yankee Jas E The seventy third annual ses sion of Kentucky Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church South met with the church in this city on Wednesday morning ed when the opening aildrcss was deDr Vaughn recommended Minor S The Clark for deacons orders Elected livered by liishop Duncan Mr Reeves recommended Franklin roll called showed the following P Mclntiro and John Wesley Wil present liams for deacons orders Elected S W Sneer G S Savage D Mr Oney recommended Edward Welburn J Hand It Illnor P H Allen and Jas W Craik for deacons Hoffman WJ Snively V T Benton orders Elected D B Cooper W H Winter T J Mr Oney recommended Jas L Godbey W V Chamberlain H P West for ordination as an elder Walker J V Fitch J J Johnson Elected W F Taylor J It- Dceriuj J B Mr Rand recommended Horace G Peoples E L SoutliRite W F Vnug Turner for deacons orders Elected han S H Mnnnon C J Nugent D Mr R B Baird of the Middles W Robertson J W Mitcjiell V T borough District was elected to the George Froli J O A third year class Rowland Vaught J Reeves C 31 Humphrey Mr James L West of the Middles G H Means J E WriRlit T J Mo borough district was elected to the Intyre W W Spates Alexander third year class Redd R H Wightman J H Wil Mr J It Nelson of same district iams F A Savage J W Hughes T was elected to elders orders W Barker E H Pearce S W Mr J T J Fizer of the Covington Peeples J S Walker Win Shoe district was elected to elders orders smith J A Sawyer H C Wright Mr Whitty Waldrop of the Mays W B Ragan W S Grinstead G M ville district was continued in the F Hampton H G Henderson M T class of the fourth year Chandler C E Boswell F S Pollot Mr Low G Wallace of the DanW W Green E C Savage G G ville district was elected to elders Ragan J R Savage W E Arnold orders C F Ovey J D Rend S M Carvin Mr W D Welburn of Danville disJ M Wilson E II Godbey E G B trict was elected to elders orders Mann A P Jones E J Terrell M Mr J W Gardner of the Shelby P Morgan W T Eklar J N Isom ville district was elected to elders W F Wyatt J L West J W orders Gardner J P Strotlier E A Mc Mr P J Ross of the Lexington Clure D E Bodinger Jas E Wright district was elected to the fourth J RNelson W A Cooper Lew G year class Wallace J T J Fizer W D Wel Mr James E Wright of the Mid burn P J Ross J M Johnson B F dlesborough district was elected to Casby O J Chandler the fourth year class On trial R B Band A E Col Mr B F Crosby of the Danville grove J W Hunter Edward Allen district was elected to tho fourth H G Turner J K Word C H year class Greer F M Hill M S Clark G W Mr A M Johnson of the Lexing- Â¬ Boswell S H Pollett L Robinson J ton district was elected to the fourth M Matthews J S Ragan B E Lan- year class caster Mr A M Johnson of tho Lexing Lay Delegates F M Hinkle J G ton district was elected to the fourth Thome J W Staten R J Howe W year class W Humphrey W W Darlington R Mr D J Chandler of the Middles T Marshall J S Allen I T Sams borough district was elected to the J L Hutchins fourth year class Mr H V Morse of the Danville A large number of members district removed and lay delegates arrived later in A number of ministers made re- Â¬ the day and jluringthe week who were not present at roll call The ports of their work and their rest of the morning was devoted characters were passed After an address by the- - bishop principally ito routine business and the election of standing com- - regarding the labor and duties of The committees were the ministers and the making of mittees for other meet Is follows announcements announced Widows and Orphans Home C M ings the benediction was proHumphrey T J Ross J W Staten nounced and the Conference ad Â¬ ay df legates had arrived on Wed- nesd iv evenings trains Bishop Duncan called tl e Conference to oidet and the whole session was devotcrl to routine business The flloving were passed upon for deacons and elders Mr Rand recommended Frederick P Jones for deacons orders Elect- Â¬ Monthly Crop Report Sinco my report of July 1st there have been tine rains in tho larger portion of tho Stnte some counties have been moro favored than others Reports from few counties state not enough rain to do much good There is a much better feeling among the farmers Both tho corn and tho to bacco crops have been very much benefited Tho August report of the Statistician of the U S Department of Agriculture shows a decline in corn of nearly 20 points from July 1st to August 1st In somo localities the crop was injured beyond recovery while in others timely rains have im- Â¬ proved the crops very much and the Indications now are that the crop will be better than was anticipated not only here but in nil the States I will venture to yay that there was never a better crop made with as small a quantity of rain The farmer has done his whole duty the crop was never better worked and those that were fortunate enough to get an early stand of corn will make a fair crop As many farmers have already commenced to feed their hogs on wheat much of the corn crop will be saved in this way The U S Agri Â¬ Â¬ Black 8c Hursey FINE HUB and SADDLES DEALERS IN A COMPLETE LINE OF Â¬ Â¬ TROTTING and RUNNING HORSE GOODS ALWAYS ON HAND mar lC 3ni 232 -- T2nT STIRZEIET - JACOB SWIGERT -- CO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ cultural Department has recognised the importance of feeding wheat to live stock and has issued a bulletin on tho subject The bulletin advocates the feeding of screenings and low grade wheat to animals and placing none but first class wheat on ON MAIN STEET TO- the market It shows that where wheat and corn are the same price per bushel it is preferable to sell corn and feed wheat There are a good many farmers substituting bar Â¬ ley for wheat this season because of Basement nf the Capital Hotel the extreme low price of the latter regarding it a more profitable crop because of the greater yield per acre SSTThey will till this space with an entire new advertisement In a and being a better grain for horses short time than wheat There is also a disposi tion to sow more rye than usual I have had several inquiries for large white rye for seed from parties who want to sow it I would like to hear from any one who has a nice clean article for sale This certainly would be a good fall to sow rye for winter pasture as there is a short crop of corn and hay For pasture rye should be sown early and much thick er than for a grain crop A very good plan would be to sow rye on your stubble fields early this fall and run your disk harrow over it Will be all that is necessary it will afford good winter pasture and will be a good fertilizer to turn under in the I have been in fifteen or spring ZCo twenty counties sinre the rains com menced and in most of these coun- Â¬ ties there will be a fair crop of corn at least three fourths of a crop never Some correspondents report had better crops of corn or tobacco jE3Ceat l have reports to this onice that the corn sent out from this office took the premiums at the fairs where it was average shown Condition 773 compared with last year 94 Â¬ Have Removed From the Batzell Building 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Â¬ GASOLINE STOYESi Â¬ 3roiar Ccoking1 oiat azisr TOBACCO Â¬ Nearly all correspondents write there is a wonderful improvement in tobacco since the rains commenced Before the rain a good deal of the tobacco was burning up and had to bo cut and if we do not have an early frost tobacco will continue to improve There has been considerable damage in some counties to tobacco from hail Reports as to condition are very wide apart One correspondent from Grayson county puts the condition as low as twenty five per cent A summary of the whole is 775 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IFOE -- S-A-UL- iIE B3T BtJia AJSTET STIKIEIET POSITIONS GUARANTEED under reasonable conditions Our FREE 96 page catalogue will explain why we can afford it journed PASTURES Kentucky Midland Ry P Strother W W Darlington J R Peeples W R Peters W J Doran J A Allen E A McCluro I T Sams i Bible Oiuse W W Ohamberlain Gray Siith T W Barker J G S Walker W H Ross M Thome P Morgin R T Marshall E H Pearce iiw G Wallace F A Savage Geo Wyiitt Temperance E J Torrill J M Johnson R J Howe W F Wyatt J j District Conference Rocords D P Ware F M Hinkle D II Marrl- man P H Hoffman J D Redd J W Harris G W Crutehdold W M Humphrey J R Nelson VV M Hiner a son of Dr R Hiner and Charles Taylor who was the first missionary from the church to China were transferred to this conference the former from West Virginia and the latter from Alabama Several addresses were delivered by members of the Conference and resolutions offered and re ferred to the proper committees and at noon the Conference ad- journed until Tuesday morning Â¬ of the Conference Per cent 696 mouth and Covington HEMP The assigning of ministers to The principal part of their charges for the coming year has been cut Most crops the crop ASK KOK TICKETS VIA KY MIDLANL are very has kept Bishop Duncan and his1 short The area of the crop is rather smaller than usual as much of TRAINS RUN BY CENTRAL STANDARD TIME cabinet hard at work every after- Â¬ it was ruined by the freeze and snow TIME TABLE AlTi I lblH HOGS The announcement of noon AM l M i There seems to these assignments is the last busi- - for hogs than bo a better demand No L No 3 No 7 TRAINS EiST any other kind of ness of the Conference live stock I asked my correspon Lv Krmktort 70U 11X A 4M 4 IB 110 dents as to the average quantity of Lv Summit 711 126 The Conference is a body of hogs to be fed this fall Tho per LvKlkhoin 41 14U IIH 4W LvSrtltzer AOU LvMumplllK irouiul ii 4 38 21U fine intellectual gentlemen and cent is placed at 81 734 444 lV HuvUl a111 CATTLE 740 450 Iv Johnson those of our citizens who have B 741 4b7 Lv lieonetun Tho average quantity of 753 S00 Lv C S Depot 50J been entertaining them are ail 5 13 Mti 3JU cattle to be fed this fall is placed L Newtown 335 MO Lv IVMifWIle 5J1 greatly pleased with their guests at 774 per cent 5 J5 AA 345 Lv Kite ibetli j j j Only direct li ie between Pastures have improved very much since my report in July In fact AND FRANKFORT was no There have been services at the in many places where therenow fine CINCINNATI pasture at all there is hjrteai anil jutciest oetween church every afternoon and even- - grass but we are begining to want Â¬ ex rain in most places ing commemorative of the anni- Â¬ traordinary severity Drought ofwith Frankfcrt Georgetown and Paris Car combined versaries of the various auxiliaries extreme heat is tho chief cause of Fal Â¬ lisle Maysville Cynthian the unusual low condition of pastures Noies Dranghons Practical Business College We spend more money in the interest of graphy our Employ mentDepartment than half the Business Colleges take in as tuition 4 weeks by our method teaching book keeping is equal to 12 weeks by the old plan 1 1 teachers students past year no vacation enter any time Cheap Board We have recently prepared books especially adapted to C NASHVILLE TENN Book keeping Shorthand Write for catalogue Penmanship and Tele Â¬ i 600 HOME Sent on 60 days trial Write us and explain our wants NB We pay B cash for all a cancies as book keepers stenographers teachers reported to us provided we nil same clerks etc STUDY Jnl 14 10t -- TilKS THE- - Â¬ HO MONON ROUTE The Direct ami Popular Line to two-year-o- ld very small number of counties A lliPMIU PM in this city will be filled ronort any clover seed this full The TUA INS WEST No 2 No 4 No 8 No 13 54J by some of the divines an crop is nearly an entire failure Iv IarN Junnutlon 10 Oil 440 C 005 Winter Killing spring frosts unci Lv Iarls ii15 1010 nouncement of which will be drought nro the principal causes of ArKUibetli 1014 521 ArtVntervllU lilJ Acreage tho shortMgo 10 Newtown ti7 found in our regular religious compured withof tho crop per cent Ar U S Iepot 70 last year 041 540 1032 Ar B 747 045 1037 AMieorwtowu Condition G515 column 051 R00 1147 Ar Johnson r 57 S10 1153 Ar Dmall POTATOES We were unable to obtain a de7 0J 30 11 ArStimplnitliruuml report of the con Ar Swltzer 7 13 Tho Government S50 1110 tailed account of the proceedings dition of potatoes August 1st is Ar Klkhorn U05 720 1117 iia 720 tf15 placed at 7t per cent a decline of Ar Summit a 735 113o Ar bruiktort 925 of yesterday mornings session 183 since July 1st Tho report for L fc N A connects wit this State is 77 per cent acreage B connects with 6 rt C and L3 A Million FiUmmIh C connects with K C A t w The various Protestant pulpits CIOVEK SEED Ar Ar Iarls Junction lurh 0 o30 535 53 4W Â¬ CHICAGO And all Points NORTH and WEST 1 Â¬ IM1 Â¬ Vestibuled Trains Dining Car Services Palace Chair Cars Fulnian Buffet Sleepers FKUIT SUNDAY TRAINS And Only First Clt ks Accommodations As to the fruit crop in this State friend in need is a friend indeed 3 ami Nos run on Kor Further Information Addiess and not less than one million people there is not enough to inquire about further 2rntliv 4Nowill will ieuw rfutulijs until Kranktortu have found just such a friend in Dr Tho Government reports a further H15 a in ami ieowtown at J0J urrUlimut Kings New Discovery for Cousump decline in apples tho percentage llirlintltill Tim Kentucky MMIana Railway ami connec S L Bryan C Hon Coughs and Colds -- If you havo standing 11 for August against 47 for W G Crush D Pi A A slioi never used this Great Cough Medi July The condition of peaches has tlons form thesouth test ami cheapest route to a ami west east points north cine ono trial will convince you that fallun much lowor and now stands at For turther Intorniitlou apph to their intents at 9 oclock K B WK1TEL powers in the extremely low figuio of 23 it has wondorful curativo C I BKRCAW LOUISVILLE KY Cltj Ticket Aent lien llus Aft Nicholas McDowell all discuses of Throat Chest and SECOND DAY UEOH HARlER lien Supt uiiiiiiinttiniiti Lungs Each to OR There was a considerable in do all thut is bottlo is guaranteedwill Septum uek s lSDi claimed or money bo refunded Trial bottles froo at Â¬ crease of attendance over the first exeJob work Dr Prices Cream Baking PowJcr P II GauiKNTUkh drug store Large day as a number of members and bottles 60c mid 1 office 1 Jas Barker G V A Chicngo 111 Worlds Fair Kfricst Awari A 1 1 Â¬ j neatly cuted at this N v i i iAWi t 3 T In -- T - 3r W 31 ikt-J-J- h W fcitoja 4Mdlittdittl t v iw- PMWPlflWWpMlP - v pWHPiW9TW hii i in it tMyiMtttliliSii4tiiM i I nil Tmii - iiifektfiiiiAtf hvT Fiafrri - r I 9wFiPrwairfc P I a 1 CRUTCHER m STARKS Bargains Doi ii New Fall Winter make and Good 50c Suspenders Go at 25c VK Square Knock i To close remaining summer stock to room for Goods which are arriving daily Jeans Pants Only 300 Childrens Suits Go at 1200 Mens All Wool 750 1200 Povs Long Pant Gray Cheviot Suits go at 175 and 150 Ladies Tan Oxfords All jo at L00 SOCKS IOC 150 400 AllWool Childrens Suits Go at Old Style i Undershirts and Drawers Go at 40c 1 1000 Dovs Lonsr Pant School Suits Aire 14 to 10 All Wool go at 500 50c Suits 230 Ages 13 to 10 All Wool Go at 700 Silk Handkerchiefs Go at Goiat 5c l 25c 1 20c Host 4 Ply Cuffs Go at 15c fjiiwli Teeks and 3 Ol WilsopBiWFinePletcd 13osaiii White 2500 Fine Black Clav Suits Shorts Skirts go at 1500 Mens 100 vfe 50 Bovs Sweaters Go at 50c 15c 4 Plv Collars Shirts jo at White Monarch Shirts Pigue Boam go at 75c Â¬ 09c Go at 10c Four in Hands go at for 50c 30c Jo 150 Duck Vests Double and 100 2o Single Breasted 100 at Umbrellas Splendid Quality 75 c Fancy Border Hem stitched Handkerchiefs go at J Go at for 25c 75c and 50c Fine Neckwear All Shapes go at 25c Fine 100 Leather Driving Gloves go at iOc Childe is Shirt Waists at 20c 750 Mens Serge Skeleton Coats and Vests go at Good 25c Sii-pender- 000 Mens Satinet Suits Go at Xight Kobes Go at 500 Go at 15c 500 Mens Tan Shoes Go at 350 mil Tan Shoes Jo 400 49c 350 at 225 - We are now showing all the new Fall Style Hats the Dunlap Teomans and Knox Blocks y CI To tlic Voters of mWmmWMWmwKt AfBWmmVmKWmmmWmk Mr MXKVI siYL5Lojrt 3ESLoxitaol5Ly- Franklin The good people of my native city and county have honored me time and again by electing me to dfiV rent and important officeMy tlecion or four succewo terms t he ofrlce which I am soon to Ijntarir- surrender while evi dc cing the partiality and most of my p T onal as te erous as p ilitical following is an c en test of my faithful impartial jki ucctsiul discharge 0 duty uie past md must be my guarantee for the luture I have in no sense sought this ce and if I am elected to it I must be elected by the uncor- ruptcd vote of the people as I u ill not bring to bear anv corrupting influences to obtain it At the proper time I will visit the precincts of the county Respectfully - KJ TA K rrnmr JOHN KCHOlI ST JOUX BOYts The Colonel County Dandruff Frankfort Kv An 1894 Yielding to the flattering and f partial earnest -- oik lion friends ad repr sentative citizens of all pcli cal i ths I nav con- Â¬ trary to my j irpote to never again stand for ffice determined to make the iace for County Judge at the N jvembvr election This ia the most important 1S94 office in the county government In the hands of the County Judge rtic placed the liberties of the citizens in criminal trials before examining court as aKo the moneyed interests of a hi ge 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 citi zens is in the hands of the County Judge and the Magistrates So it will be seen that your County Judge wields a large in- nuence in county anairs more taxes should be laid than are absolutely necessary to meet the bonded indebtedness at its maturity and the annual accruing interest thereon together with the necessary amount to conduct the county government upon economic honest business principles A paii of the bonded debt should be met by the next generation as they aie 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 taxpayer for it must be met and is felt in proportion to the ability to meet it Therefore 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 hon- Â¬ est and impartial government and to have this tax promptly collected and honestly and fairly applied to the good of the entire Â¬ Imitation - the inccret flattery i- - far but when a man of to day oek to emulate the eccentricity of a long defunct ea tern potentate ami when a -- oft vmth of gcntie nurt- ure flop- hi- - young iitToeriiJiis on a young lady who iMit- - eajr in a - C mt j rllWUBSOlllTRI 4 U4 BEKB1ES Ull--7- 1 lis the Hair JRJiCKIVEIrt 0 SW R R Tin Mississippi yiEY houte THe afe to progno-tii-at- c that trouble will ci ue e pccially when both rhe- - deliinpu-ntre under the watchful eye of a very - tmi--- n rong-ininded Iadv who i- circti- - it - -- f CIHIIS RUFF Kk - -t- i- 11 k - J Ufa THE m J All t nrkjjwMiurP1 - ONLY ONE Mm TO Lirailfiil RIDE I I i MiHS Yli LOUISVILLE TQ VEWPHIS IS THE MOdT PEKKEC SEHVICE 1 l VH MEMPHIS VICKSBUBCr NEW OSLEANS AND ALL POINTS v1r nrm m mi Knud - V T mngine man ho Um il a sgiip LlttliS m ii Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ county with a from abroad who force- - her elf in- Â¬ hall woman to hU hou e having to he intro Â¬ duced a- - the expected niece Then W H Sxeeu let the young man- - brother-in-la- w Wliile in Chicago lr Charles L fall in love with the eireu Kahler a prominent shoe merchant Â¬ of Des Moines Iowa had quite a seri- wonian thinking -- he - the niece ous time of it He took such a severe Next let the Colonel also the cold that he could hardly talk or nav mother-in-laof the establish- igate hut the prompt use of Cham berlains Cough Remedy cured him of ment fall into the same error his cold so quickly that others at the Then bring the young wife home hotel who had had colds followed his example and half a dozen persons and la t the real niece and a ordered it from the nearest drug state of thing- - result- - which Mr They Twere profuse in their iy i on ha u cui witlian accu tonied store iirJ ihw i kiiuuun iu at Jniiii i iui uciiii uiiuiii ui and how to cure a bad cold so quickly plasrighti brilliant re iih For sale by Phil Oarfentek Soutli which mu t compel unlimited Side Druggist laughter handled as it will be by a really competent company of The Queon and Crcneunt Tlotito dramatic arti ti which includeinquiries in regard to Sum Jo cphine Invites Shepherd Florence mer Resorts on its line in the pictur- - al ot MV llwi filfl hxPr V esque mountains of Kentucky Ten- hx tract from JN 1 nessee and Alabama The line J r lorenco passes near the famous battle fields Jj en at Mill Springs Mission Ride At the Opera Hou e edne day Chickamaugu and LookoutMountain They are surrounded by charming cnt in summer resting places at Burnside High Bridge rjMll Cumberland Falls Instruction mid liuno Rugby Rhea Springs Lookout Moun- I tain bpringvllle Alabama and other points Henry Urady teacher of J Low railroad rates Unarm1 ng -- Perfect rest and guitar will give lessons in Sax- mountain homos celebrated method the liluri We invite correspondence cheer- - tons wtest and most approved Pianos fully giving the information desired hirst class for the purpose of having you arrange tuned and repaired to spend your summer recreation on references furnished For terms c lt3iS Clinton street 0Urv0 Rineahsox GP A Â¬ i- F fooling it W IH1 s lli limbic For Sals by fJlt lv flruists J Tf fi TIUDK MVHK XT South and - Southwest i MOST IN QUANTITY BEST IN QUALITY Ktitef Tickets ami nil lntoriimtlot tntnlslieil by Ticket Aient of any hallway 0 u not at kl res- WORMS WHITES CREAM W J McBRtDF TrattflliijPiiss Asvnt LmiKtlll Loullio Auelit Ky T B LYNOH GtfiKrilJIissoiuer Ky iVA w fiin VERMIFUGE FOR 20 YEARS EVERY L SOUTH IV Lexlnutoii Midway N TIME 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