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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ill mmkiMrrlM il c Wigimqiwm fmni wr PRMEFORT BOWDABOUT fir mm- K i GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKlr PAPERr DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advanoc NO 51 He3vsl VOL Mi XVIII FBANKFORT KY SATURDAY AUGUST 31 1895 Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Report ONE MORE UNFORTUNATE Uiids Lifes Fiful Fcvor With n Plunge in tho River fisiing and having a good time Some of those com- Â¬ generally posing the party areMr Houston Wood and wife Mis Wood V and Bessie Misses Fannie Miss Wilson Miss Frances Lewis Wallace of Kansas City Missouri of Springfield Miss Ethtl Smit is S ewirt WcoJ and II inr ir others I lr m afternoon a young white woman was seen standing upon a raft of saw logs tied up o the west bank of the river be- Â¬ tween the railroad bridge and the mouth of Devils Hollow Mr Jas then these bloviating gentlemen Graves passed up stream in a boat from the center of political cor- Â¬ while she stood there and asked if ruption can ljave a chance to Wv she wanted to be set across the prove their claim and vVe will guar- Â¬ river but she said no and he antee that they are given a fair v rowed on Joe Ware the well show if they accept the challenge U known colored man known as Let them go do n to Paris Wed Joe Moore was fishing a short nesday and tackle our boys if i distance belowand saw the woman theyrdare and they will be left so as soon as Mr Graves left slip off farcin the contest that they will be her skirt remove her shoes hat ashamed tb show their heads and belt lay themvdown and walk again into the water disappearing al- Â¬ A Fine Yield most instantly and he thinks went under the raft Mr Graves also J The wife of J H Moore living saw her go in and gave the alarm on Salt Lick Lewis county preand in a few minutes Juite a crowd sented her husband with tripletts The body was Saturday two girls and one boy had gathered recovered in a short time and tak- Â¬ aggregating in weight 20 pounds en to the undertaking establish They are all well developed and healthy and look to be a month Iment of Messrs Dehoney Graham where an inquest was old While this is remarkable it held that evening when the body jWas not all the good luck Mr He had was indenrified as that ofcEftje Moore had on this day an increase on his farm of 27 pigs Conley who came to this city and 2 pups several weeks ago from GeorgeCleuned Up the Lexingtons town The jury returned a ver diet that she came to her deathby Pen Merchant Pat Downing and drowning with suicidal intent Frank Barret went to Midway Coroner Dehoney telegraphed to Friday of last week and played Georgetown and her brother-in-lawith the Midway club against the came down Sunday morningf Lexingtons winrjing the game andfhad the remains buried in the for Midway by a score of 8 to 5 cemetery Merchant pitched and the Lexing Â¬ xl ton boys could do nothing with Received tho Jewels his delivery and he had a long v Right Eminent SirKnights Jacob string1 67 strike outs to his credit Swigert James M Safiell and J The Frankfort boys made five of w W - Pruett- Past- Grand Com- - tne eignt scores creauea 10 iie mia V4 A -ji liic vriauu vuuiuiaiiuci y ways and when the game was over liictiiucii uicu n P t Vo VnnUi TVciiijjiai x wiugiiio x vm ivcutuviy could have had the town for the each received an elegant Past asking have f Grand Commanders jewel ordered Mifit ia at Home The to be presented to them by the The McCreary Guards returned Grand Commandery at its session in Bowling Green last May The Monday evening from Henderson jewels are of heavy gold in the where they have been in camp for shape of a Maltese cross enameled the past two weeks with the other in black in the center the coat of companies of the Second regi- Â¬ arms of Kentucky surrounded by ment bringing with them the fhg a laurel wreath of green yold and won inthexompetitive drill Not m is suspended by a purple ribbon withstanding a drizzling rain was from a gold bar pin bearing the falling when the train came in name of the owner seating that it the Sec nd Regiment Band and a was presented by the Grand Com- - large crowd were at the station to mandery of Kentucky and giving welcome and accompany them to The boys came the year during which he served as jjhe armory home ih good health and spirits Grand Commandei The jewels the recipients by and left a good record behind them were sent to IW Grand Commander S H Stone having been first in everything of RichmonJ accompanied by a drill neatness of their quarte s and and teceived the letter ito each The eifts are liicrh deportment ly prized by the gentlemen ancl praibe of the Regular Army will be handed down tj their officers present at the camp for their soldierly qualities In fact J children as heirlooms tho feputatiouof the town did not suffer at their hands but was f Will Now Have a Chance nobly upheld not a man of the The members of one of the company being confined in the Lexington military companies are guard house for misconduct while dissatisfied at the award of the they were gone u flag to the McCreary Guards over To Cleanse tho System them at the recent encampment at Iff Jf Henderson and have been doing Effectually yet gently when cos I the baby act through the papers tive or bilious or when the blood m saying their officers were going to is impure or sluggish to perma- Â¬ K resign on account of the injustice nently cure habitual constipation v Tp settlethe qustion as to whether to awaken the kidneys and liver any partiality was shown his com- - to a healthy activity without irri pany Capt Noel Gaines has chal- - tating or weakening them to dis- f1 Jenged the Lexingtont boys to drill1 pel headaches colds or fevers use Hor a wager of 500 to U400 f6w Syiup of Figs iffil Saturday Bm Powder ABOUDTELY PURE Off For Palestine Baking New York Aug 24 1895 rH WSTEIM r Probable Short Term The term of the Circuit Court which will be commenced in this city op Monday week promises to be a short one as there are only two criminal cases on the docket and only about one hundred civil ones most of which will be dis- Â¬ posed of speedily 9 -- w Â¬ Dear Roundabout Our Palestine part came aboard the City of Mobile this morning and at 8 oclock our vessel turned her bough seaward and the long anticipated tour began in earnest The weather is delightful cool clear and breezy The party is in They consist 6f finest spirits Rev W A Whittle D D Birmingham Ala Rev P T Birmingham Ala Hale D D Rev F D Hale and wife Owens Powers and Mrs boro Ky Mr daughter Knoxville Tenn W A Bowers Worcester Mass Rev G H Carter D D Gainesville Ga Rev S Y Jamison Atlanta Ga Rev W W Staley Â¬ The SpeaklngTuesday Evening Messrf H Clay Elkin and Wood G Dunlap cf Lexington UCH II addressed the Log Cabin Republi- Â¬ Wrii can Club at the Court House Tues Â¬ day evening in the interest of the Republican State ticket and not Â¬ withstanding the extremely hot weather a large crowd was out to Having too many hiirh priced hear them and rem lined to the coiseta and in order to reduce close the quantity we will for one II WWXWtlKtFU kWp Corset Sale Â¬ w t 1- - L- tr N C Miss Bedford Nash- Â¬ ville Tenn Miss East Nashville Mrs S P Dismukes Tenn Nashville Tenn Mrs S L Pa Hutchinson Harrisburg George H P Cale M D N C Rev R E L Ayler Va Rev J W Lynch Danville Ky Mr F Stride Boston MassRev C Wayland Lisk Michigan Rev J M Betts AshvilleN C is a select and congenial It party Our ship is of the twin screw pattern 8000 tons burden and otherwise first class in all her We are to land in appointments London after being at sea eight days jYe look for a fine time D D week sell the 250 quality in black and white for 175 the A newspaper correspondent at 200 quality for 150 and N Y announces in tho 150 quality ior 100 Middletown a dispatch that shortly after the These are the greatest values return of Hiram Hornbeck peni- ever offered in corsets tent prodigal son a thunderstorm Â¬ arose and lighting killed a calf on Another Great Reduc the farm where Hirams parents tion in Shirt Waists hit the family Bible resided opened it at the fifteenth chapter Tha 75c quality now only 50c of Luke and marked the twenty The 50c quality now only 39c third verse which reads asvfollo as And bring hither the fatted calf Knew I s Business Â¬ W C Taylor and kill it and let us be merry There was a thunderh It that was thoroughly confers mt with is duties pFJSTEJM ft K H j 214 St Clair St next door to McClure -- IJane In Jail Here Information having reached the County Judge of Woodford Tues day night thatamop had gathered at Nicholasville for the purpose of going fo Versailles taking W N Lane from jail and hanging him for the murder of James Rodenbaugh and the dangerous wounding of his father H C Rodenbaughthe sheriff and two of his deputies im mediately hustled Lane into a vehicle and hurried him off to this city for safe keeping arriving here about two oclock Wednesday morning In order to disguise Lane and prevent his recognition by any 1 miembers of the mob whom they might meet on the road he was dressed in womens clothes by the sheriff and his deputies Col H C Rodenbaugh ope of Lanes v ctims who has been making a gallant fi ht for life ever since he was shot is very much worse blood poison having set up and his death is only a matter of a Lane will doubtless re Â¬ few days main in jail here until the next term of court in Versailles Â¬ LOSS OF VOICE After Acute Bronchitis GTOED ST USING AYERS A PREACHERS Cherry Pectoral 29 Stores 29 Stores EXPERIENCE Three months ago I took a vio Â¬ lent cold which resulted in an attack of acute bronchitis I put myself under medical treatment and at the end of two months was no better I found it very difficult to preach and concluded to try Ayers Cherry Bed Room Suits S10 and up if J I Camping on tho Creole A merry party of young peo le from the Wqodlake neighborhood have been in camp near Knights bridge on the Peaks Mill pike for the past week and haye enjoyed theirouting to the fullest extent Vli 1 Pectoral Tho first bottle gave me great relief the second which I am now taking has relieved mo almost entirely of all unpleasant symptoms and I feel sure that one or two bot Â¬ tles more will effect a permanent cure To all miriters suffering from throat troubles I recommend Ayers Cherry Pectoral E M Brawley DD Dist Secretary Am Bapt Publication Society Petersburg Va Parlor Suits S17 and up Sideboards 950 and up Center Tables SI and up Beds SI and up Rhodes Burford Furniture Go Largest House Furnishers in the World 5 Ayers Cherry Pectoral GOLD MEDAL AT THE WOBLBS 7AIB AYERS LEADS ALL OTHER SARSAPARILLAS 223 223 TCZ3ST 31 I i - flfSSWCJMTr V Tfp uguin IBs V -- A I 3VC A3ST sSSzfi 1- - s IT Who cant be influenced by argument however good- - who cant be budged a little bit from the even tenor of his way will possibly read this advertisement but buy his clothing where he has always bought it paying the same high prices he has always paid We hope you We do not expect you affer reading this advertisement to are cast in a different mould tear into your coat and hat and make for us as if you were in pain and us a doctor but we do hope that some day soon you will investigate and compare our clothing and prices with those of other stores w l Ji 1 I ft A HUDSON HUMPHRIES R CASSELL Tlie Teachers Concert REIilGIOtJS Â¬ I PERSONAL Mr Mike Buckley spent Sunday in Cincinnati Miss Sadie Fogg has returned to her home at Georgetown Col Thos M Green of Danville was in the city Thursday Judge I M Quigley of Paducah was in the city on Sunday Miss Janie Dehoney will leave next weeK for a visit to Eminence Rev H B Smith and family of Ashland are visiting relatives here Mr James Heeney and wife return Â¬ ed from New York Wednesday night Misses Mary and Ruth Ely will re- Â¬ turn from North Carolina next week Messrs Duncan Bell Sam and Sid- Â¬ ney Clay of Paris spent Sunday here Misses Jennie Lee and Flora Foote have been visiting in Lexington this week Mrs J R Ely leaves to day for White Sulphur Springs West Vir- Â¬ to1 A ZZn CjW Rev W 0 TayÂ¬ quite a party of their young friends lor D D the pastor being absent at a dance atGrahams Academy of on his trip to the Holy Land there j music monuay evening will beno services to morrow wy Gen D W Lindsey Messrs Henry -S-unday-school in the Ohapel at 930and Weisiger Lindsey Mr John W a m Rodman wife and daughter little Monday from Miss Gladys returned Ohhibtian Church Rev George a sojourn of several weeks at Star Darde preaches to morrow at 11 a m Island and 730 p m Mrs Al Smith and son Master Sunday school meets at 930 George who have been visit Â¬ Endeavor Society at 645 ing relatives here left yesterday for Prayer meeting Wednesday nighty J their home in Cincinnati where at 74 7 Master George will return to his musical studies in the Conservatory - Catholic Churoh The usual ser- of Music vices to morrow conduoted by Rev Mrs Jane Todd and daughters Father1 Thomas Major the paBtor week Misses Julia andsMaria and Messrs Higb mass at 730 a m Low mass TVIiss Nannie VanMeter of Shelby George D and Crittendon Todd of 10 ain Vespers at 730 p m affectation county is visiting Mrs Chas F Louisville Mrs I NCardwell of WinExutn corner Second and Main Master George Smiths violin chester and Mr James W7 Watson Episcopal Church There will be streets solo Scene de Ballet was noserviceB to morrow as Rev R L and wife of Lexington were in the Miss Florince Williams who has city Monday to attend the funeral of greatly enjoyed by all present McCready the rector is absent on been visiting Miss Mary Kieth Miles Mr H I Todd jr m Hjs friends are very much i grati- Â¬ hiasummertVacation returned to her home in Dayton O Messrs Samuel R Smith and Chas fied ginia yeBterday at the progress he has made First Presbyterian Church Miss Ada Rupe returned Saturday Misses Loula and Linda Hughes re Â¬ C Furr of the King Fisher Olnb re Â¬ since he last appeared before a ReVk J McOlusky Blayney DD will Shelby turned Wednesday from a visit to turned Wednesday evening from from a visit to relatives in Michigan near which Frankfort audience occupy the pulpit to morrow morn Â¬ ville Mr J S McKendrick and wife in Manistique place they have been in camp and Shelbyville piano solo by Miss Clara ing at 1 oclock and at 730vp jn The Mrs Helen McOlure is quite ill Young1 Peoples Society of Christian They re- Â¬ JBuckley was a bright sparkling Miss May Milward of Lexington flBhing for several weeks with fever at her homo on Cross port poor luck as the fish did not bite Endeavor lmeetSf at 715 p m inthe street has been the guest of Miss Margaret well Messrs Richard Morris and piece very wvell gendered indeed lecture room is Lewis on Kentucky Avenue several George L Payne the other local Miss DessieWingate of Midway The male quartette by Messrs members of the club returned last- visiting Miss Janie Dehoney on Main days this week Methodist Church Rev Si F Robt and John Arnold Jones 4 Mr Clifford Berryman and wife of nignt street Pollittj the pastor will conduct the Washington City who have been Dr Baxters office i over Bar- Â¬ and rorter was heartily encored JjiBual services to morrow morning at Miss Hannah Smith of Versailles visiting relatives here left Saturday retts New Depot Our people are so well acquaint- Â¬ 11 oclpok and at 730 p m Careful and spent Tuesday and Wednesday in evening for home unaay schooi meets at ual a m skillful dental surgery at moderate ed with the ability ofboth MesSr this city Mrs Luke Taaffe and Miss Lutie prices s Epworbh League convenesat 645 p Bull and Louis HarrisAin Frank Dr E M Gober returned Monday Downey attended the fair Tuesday at J their specialties that further men Â¬ m in the ladfes parlor from a visit to Bullitt and Hardin Lexineton and were the guests of Dudley Institute tion is unnecessary counties Mrs Dan Gorman Mr Frank Hutchison furnished dOUTHERN PRESBYTERIANOHURCH MessrB R P Pepper jr and Frank Miss Sallie Bullock of Lexington Dudley Institute will re open Rev D Clay Lilly the pastor will Cannon left Saturday for a trip to who has been visiting Mrs A W Monday Sept 9 Mr Turner his usual amount of venioyment in occupy his pulpit to morrow morning New York Overton on Second street returned will be assistedby Miss Sanderson his comic song while the Mozart atil oclock and at 730 p m home Wednesday Miss Lettie Rodman left yesterday of Virginia who will have charge Mandolin and GuitarClub rendered very sweet music indeed To The Sunday night services in all the MIbs Virginia Cooper of this city of the primary department to be the guest Miss Bessie Cheatham Prof Wayland Graham accom- churches and the prayer meetings Â¬ was awarded the first prizerfor charin Louisville 52 2t panist much praise is due for the also begin hereafter at 730 oclock K Ledridge has re- - coal and crayon drawing at the Lex Â¬ Miss Minnie Tobapco Agent ington Fair Tuesday assistance he so graciously gave turned from a visit to her sister at Our New Commission House a on the occasion v Prof McHenry Rhoads and family Mt Sterling Mr South Trimble of the Success Â¬ Milwood GrayMiss Pickett Johnson of Louisville have returned Jfrom Jumped From the Bridge county where they have been Forksof Elkhorp has been erri is visiting Miss Virgie Stanton on son Mr H M Sherman is receiving spending the summer ployed bv the Growers Tobacco Shelby street - A denizen of Gas House alley quite number of consignments Mrs Maria Murphy Miss Joe Mur Â¬ Warehouse of Miss Tillie Sparke of Louisville is Louisville as their Miss Tots Trabue have the guest of the Misses Salander on phy and little a sojourn of several general agent for this county known as Irish Net tanked up daily by river and rail and the returned from Second street on red liquor Thursday afternoon outlook forMa success in his new Scott anti Woodford weeks at Estil Springs Mr L B Marshall returned Tues- Â¬ went out on the railroad bridge enterpriziis very encouraging Mrs H S Hale and sons Mr Heury The Courts Monday day from a two weeks sojourn at to about the middle climbed over and MaBter Theodore returned yes Â¬ Tatham Springs Ijast of the Series The County and Quarterly the railing and jumped into the a Misses Flora Foote and Jennie Lee terday from in visit of several weeks Mayfleld to relatives I courts will both meet on Monday river In her descent her skirts left Tuesday afternoon for Lexington The last letter of Rev George Mr Hiram Berry and wife and Mr the usual court day crowd will be relatives to visit became inflated with aif and held Darsie concerning his travels in i Mr John H Stuart and wife return Â¬ Mr George F Berry spent several in the city with the horse swap her head above the water until Europe Asia and Africa is pub- Â¬ Cannon and wife with Mr ed Wednesday from a visit to rela- Â¬ days Midway W Lweek per and street vender Very muchJ Pat Hunt jrifand George Turner this near tives in Richmond lished in this issue of the RoukdaDrWP Banta formerly ofthis city 111 CVlUCMtC who were at work on a raft near bout Mrs F L Orafft of Louisville has There have been tvventy appointed Assistant Demon To Books Monday Wakefields mill could pull out to five been visiting the family of Mr T M has been letters in all strator- of Surgery at the Kentucky Ponder this week her in a boat and take her out of School of Medicine in Louisville The little fellows who have been the river She gave as an excuse Miss Kerr has returned to her home Mrs Sallie Cordin of New Haven enjoyjng such a jolly time for the for her rash act that she had a The Worlds JRair Tests in Lexington after a visit to the and Mrs Jesse Rollar of Stanford Misses Filkington showed ao baking powder great deal of troubleand thought are visiting Miss Mollie Reynolds past two months wilLhave to wind that the best way to end it Mr William Cromwell returned mo pure or so great in IeaV corner of Third and Main streets up their holiday to day as the m Saturday from a two weeks sojourn enlngpower as the Royal Mrs James A Hodges of Louis Public Schools open on Monday at Drennon Springs JJast of the Season Mr Phythian Saflell wife and chil Â¬ ville came up Wednesday afternoon and they will have to gather up illness here been No 12 ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE Frankfort Senate dren left Wednesday for a visit to havingsister calledHelen by the their books and go to studying McOlure Mrs of her in Versailles relatives Knights of the Ancient Essenic ajjain MisBes Evelyn and Jessie Walbeck Gen Fayette Hewitt and nephew PKRSON8 INDEBTED TO THE Order will give another of their ALL the lato Judge Reuben Brown ueESTATE been visiting Hereby Dr Colemans Change Mr Frank Hewitt have returned from of Louisville who have at notified to delightful lawn fetes in the lot on all persons come forward una settle the ona and Mrs JaB A Murray at Glen Willis a trip to Niagara Falls having claims ugaliiHt etate of to present left Thursday to visit friends at Ver Â¬ Dr Jacob S Coleman the spe- Â¬ the corner of Second and Steele said decedent are requestedsettlement the same Mr Sam Manley of Louisville is sailles to me properly proven for JOHN II DROWN in diseases of the eye ear streets visiting the family of Dr O H Rey on Tuesday evening next Mrs Eudora L South and daughter cialist Aug 27 lm Admlnlstraror nolds on Third street Miss Spicie Belle have gone to Boston and throat in order to be more Prof Al Wolfes Orchestra will Miss M Lockett Smith returned the where Miss Pouth will enter the Con Â¬ centrally located has rented the furnish the music and Mr John Frankfort Cemetery Co first of the week from a visit to Har servatory of Musio and perfect her office on Main street formerly occuAd R Todd the refreshments rodsburg and Estill Springs musical education J THE Stephens and Mrs Weitzel and daughter Miss pied by the late DrB F Duvall this will be the last entertainment TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO held atLOT Little Missl JElla owners that an election will be the ff store of K K McClure In Frankfort Ky FBI Nat of Glendale O Etta of Wheeling West Virginia and wn move to dw He can of the season a special effort will DAY OCTOBER 4TH between the hour of VtjMi brother Master have been visiting the family of hereafter be found in his new quar- - be made to render it very enjoya 1 oclock a m for the purpose of electing sevea who Wave beenlspending the summer who T Waitzal On MaUlSOn Street miinf1mnt1ini Mm trustees ii 1l hav Returned home Ann F Mr Saturday tii home ters during his usual ottice Hours ble 62 181 E tKAMUia president left jr H - Miss Loulie Hoover of Versailles is visiting Miss Letha Dunigan corÂ¬ ner of Logan and Todd streets Miss Annie Herndon returned home Wednesday from a sojourn of several weeks at Watchill Rhode Island Miss Maria Taylor of Louisville and Miss Monroe of Texas are visit ing Miss Mame Gaines on Bradway Mr James M Saflell and wife left Wednesday for a two weeks visit to relatives in Lexington and Versailles Mr John C Cook and wife of Washington Cy who have been vis Â¬ iting friends here left for home Mon- Â¬ V day Misses Mary and Maggie Page have Mrs been visiting their sister-in-laSa4nt Page near Paynes Depot this Â¬ w Misses Florence Clark Naomi Mol- Â¬ lie and Georgie Graham entertained x The following notice of the concert given at the Opera House for the benefit of the teachers library Thursday evening August 22nd we inadvertently omitted frorn last weeks issue To Miss Lucy Patjtie our efficient County Superintendent the audience was indebted for the very enjoyubleevening Each number was most creditably rendered Seldom do we hear so sweet a voice as that of Miss Mary Pattie of Richmond JCy which showed most careful training and cuitivav tiqn and a manner so far from V Baptist Church Â¬ Â¬ - ft - - Â¬ Â¬ 1 I f W ifyJi Xm- imaiH6iKaiSMMMafq F- atfniMffilMtoi ts 1 t j 1 w4p piy i w 1 - VpsijAkjirA ybjwsnvATm 7 ammmmmmwsMmIW iMretiaprMtmAfmsrariafay - wv- - aa ruinjtnxinnrinniiririnnnruinArLrinnjinrinhn Bw POLI TICS does hot influence otfr business at ali No tricks of trade by us are played but honest dealing marksour course For jewelry that is worth wearing we have Clocks high reputation mwm mm Watches and Silverware at prices that are eye sur prisers Learn their value by an examination prove our words by purchase m iS d 1 V- - III 1 Ibf vVl ti fiJWf uumonnjxruijirijxhnnjxririnjijij mi West Side Seloeirt Â¬ V Leading Jeweler Frankfort Ky 233 St Clair Street For Rent V T vJr viifift Matrimonial gentlemanly to use obscene and profane language which are so Newton Perkins Mr William Mrs pT J Smith who has been offensive to ladies and others pass dowrf with fever as well again x ing that way A word to the Newtorn and Miss Addie L Per Â¬ Otherwise the police kins Were married at the Court c Mrs JnoW Coxwho had par Â¬ wise may have to interview some of House on Tuesday by JudgeB tially recovered from an attack of fever we regret to learn has had them - Williams Ca relapse and is quite sick again Miss Mary Waggener Grutcher Harrod Semones Mr Birdie Little Miss GoldeifSmith is vis- left yesterday for Anchorage to be one of a house party at Mrs Dr Harrod and Miss Florence B iting friends in Shelby county Wm Cheatham s Semones were married at Antioch Fred Grinstead one ofour sol Mrs Dr James C Ely of the Church this county on Tuesday dierljoySj took cold while at the North Side is spending the heated afternoon by Rev Hy M Pols encampment at Henderson and his usual attack of hay fever which term with Mrs W McKee Hardie grove Comes on about this time every on Kentucky Avenue Rogers Moore Mr Lorain e year s greatly aggravated and he Mr W Todd Crutchers little Rogers formerly of this city but te confined to bed as a conse bqy John N jr has been quite iuence sick with summer complaint It is now of Waco Texas and Miss Sujlivan of now hoped that the worst is past Mae Moore of that city were Mrs Sallie B is visiting Mrs W T and the bright little fellow will married at the home of the bride Eminence 1 r soon be all right again Hale on Kentucky Avenue on Thursday August 15 1895 Mrs James GBrawner is slowly The groom is a son of Mr R Do not fail to read Hudson Rogers convalescing from a serious illness the furniture dealer and Cassells advertise- Â¬ having had a relapse or two It Humphries a young man who has many friends 52 tf is now hoped that she is out of ment here while the bride is a beautiful danger Will Iiecinre at Wacldy and accomplished young lady and Mr J WGilpin and wife have a favorite in Waco nice new girl at their house Alice Rev George Darsie of this a great The Waco Artesia says of the city will deliver a lecture atWaddy Mrs Walter Leslie of Lock Shelby county on Thursday even wedding There was a peculiar sweetness port and Miss FaYinie Dailey of ing of nxt week In speaking of are the gutts of Swallowfield which underlay the wedding cere- Â¬ the lecture the Shelby Sentinel Mr and Mrs Frank Duvall mony of Miss Mae Moore and Mr says Mr and Mrs Irving are visiting Loraine Rogers on Thursday Mr Geo Darsie wfynse travels C Mrs H 4heir dauguter morning a drinking of the cup of uin oriental lands have been noted Wriglit on Wilson street fr6m time to time in both secular joy as it were amidonly relative Mr Buck Smith and wife visited and religious papers of America a stepping across the threshold of Mrs May J MooreMrs Smiths is at home and vvill deliver his en one life into the happiness of mother on Tuesday tertaining lecture in the Baptist another across the threshold of the Mr John Harrod was called to Church at Waddy at 730 oclock girlhood home to that prepared Mr on Thursday evening September the bedside of his This furnishes to the by a fond lover anticipating the Hutchinson at Polsgroves Land- - 5 1895 The ill from public a rare opportunity to hear welcome of his bonny bride ing wio is dangerously ceremony occurred at seven oclock something good Mr Darsies the sting ol a wasp eminence1- as one of thj leading in the presence of relatives only Mrs Kate Lowdenback of and immediately the departure was Â¬ Owen county is pn a visit to her divines in America and his uni- made for a fewdays in San Antonio parents Mr arid Mrs Frank H versal popularity is a sure guaran- Â¬ The Rev Galvin assisted by Dr tee of the success which awaits his Duvall conducted the cere- Â¬ effort Admjssion only 25 cents Burleson is having for the benefit of the Christian mony Mr Charles Irvine was the Judge W L Pence grooms best man the bride be his house treated to a new coat of Church to be buile at Waddy ing without a maid paint Mr John W Cox is the Â¬ Â¬ son-in-law My new dwelling house on Shelby streets containing seven Surgeon rooms furnished or unfurnished VERSAILLES KY as desired This house has all the modern conveniences ancl is in the WILL BE AT NEWMANS LIVEKY BARN mostdesirable part of he city tention givenWednesday hereafter Prompt atÂ¬ to telegraph telephone and nleht calsFor terms apply to Aug 10 lm Dm WOODWARD - Veterinary n Wm 42 tf Cromwell I FOINSALE irankfort One of the most convenient Â¬ sirable family reslden es In the city I unl de nlso of a fer my furniture nt privale sale For terms Â¬ Do You Want to Trade for a T Piano good milk cow for a piano can hear of such a trade by calling at this office 46 DESIRE TO SELL MY RESIDENCE ON THE L corner or Third inui siiAihv otroita Knmh Any person wishing to trade apply to the undersigned 4Wm JOST IN QUANTITY SAML R SMITH BEST IN QUALI1 BIG FOUR ROUTE Best tine to the INorth and East All lines from the South make in Central direct connections Union Station Cincinnati with through trains of the Big Four to Chicago St Louis Indianapolis Columbus Cleveland New York and Boston For full information call on nearest agent or address E O McCormick D BJVIartin Pass Traffic Mgr Genl Pass Ticket Agent Cincinnati O MS WHf ES 20 CREAM Â¬ VERMIFUGE FOR YEARS Has led all WORM Remedies BOTTLE EVERY GUARANTEFD Br ALL DRUGGISTS Pmiirrtl br niciunnsos hkuk ine co bt tons SOU May liMy The Best Cough Cure Is Shilohs Cure A neglected cough is dangerous Stop it at once with Shilohs Cure For sale by j ohti W R Williams Co 40- TABLERSDII P BUCK EYE rilllj OINTMENT known for CURES NOTHING BUT PILES Dont Tobacco Spit or Smoke Tjife Your Away The truthful startling title of a bok about the only harmless gdauasteeu cure that brac s up nljotinlzed nerves eliminates nicotine poisons muites weak strength vliror anil manhood You mentMln run 110 physical or fit uncial risk as Is sold by druggists everywhere uiuer a guarmi tee to cure or money refunded Bw free Address Sterling Remedy Co Niw Yorn or years as the BEST REMEDY for PILES 15 A 8URE and CERTAIN CURE SOID BT ALT DUUGGISTS Preptrelty 81CHAMS0H MED CO ST LOUISJluy 2 1 - SEEK TUE Chicago jA CCiaii - RESQRTa - DF 1 The U I m School butter yesterday Judge W L Pences saw mill Mr S T Pences tobacco hogs head factory and the governments improvements and repairs at L ck B No 4 give employment to quite Bowling Alvih W McCiuin John Morehead Harry a large number of our workers Rite Neol Booker Ruben Brown Mrs Sallie Robinson Mrs Mrs John N Crutcher is slowly Crittenden Lena Kate Tnlbott Geo improving from her recent illness Elliott Thotnns Glass M WiUonIda WrotesAyillie It would be a good idea for our GrhiBtnll Jon policemen to take a stroll once or Hyde Mrs Martha When calling for these letters tivice a tuonti at least over our in the evening that is if please say advertised fvsteets S B Holmes P M we are really a part of Frankfort and entitled to police protection Â¬ Miss Margaret and Mr Will A Lewis for the last month re- Â¬ Advertised turned to his home in Versailles artist in charge Frankfort College Notwithstand the advance in Births The cottage prayer meeting was all kinds of leather our prices on Frankfort College will re open held at the residence of Mr J1 E Whitehead In this citv on harness and saddles remain 4the Wednesday September P Woodson on Benson street nth Tuesday August 20th 1895 to same Call and examine the Boarding and day school For last night largest stock ever in Frankfort information address Dr J R Mr Chas Whitehead and wife a Mastin Bros 38 tf Master Maryon Todd Lewis President Frankfort daughter who has been enjoying Himself as Baumes Aug 3i 2t Piles Piles Piles the guest of his sister and brother Ky Deaths Drs Williams show Royal Baking Powder superior to all others S Govt Reports ELEGANT MICHIGAN THROUGH CARS run daily between WAUNEK SLEEKING Cincinnati and Eaij IHew Mich Big Pour Eoute V Ami 0 W M linilwiiy Indian Pile Ointment The Ut rein route to will cure Blind Bleeding Ulcerated Letters at Frankfort Glore Sarah Catherine the in- Â¬ and Itching Piles It absorbs the Old St Joe Grand Rapids Traverse Kentucky City Elk Rapids Charlevoix fant daughter of Mr John Glore tumors allays the itching at once acts as a poultice gives instant Petoskey and Bay View Below will be found a list of adver died at the home of her father on relief Dr Williams Indian Pile This Is the only lino by which Ptisenuers to the Used letters for the week ending Logan street Monday evening and Ointment is prepared only for Piles Traverse lieKluu are landed ut parts and and Itching of the private Traverse City Augunt 31 1895 the funeral took place Wednes nothing else Every box is guaran Â¬ Bird Mm Mildred Ingram Hon li Hi teed Sold by druggists sent by WITHOUT CHANGE OF GARS day Black Mrs Annie Lytic Miss Dllu 100 per box For full Information us to time of trains etc mall for 50c and WILLIAMS MFG CO Todd Mr Harry I Todd Jr land O Sold by HolmesProps Cleve Baird son of the late Capt H I Todd 25 ly of this city died Saturday at Tal A Great Orrer botton Florida aged 44 years The Louisville Daily Post pubThe deceased had been in declinlished every evening except Sun ing health for a long time and had day is offered with the Round made his home in Florida for sev- about at S3 per year The price The remains were of The Post alone is 5 per year eral years Monday and interred and ourpaper 100 making this brought here the best offer of the kind ever in the family lot Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- write any representative Bis Four Route E 0 McCormick D B Martin Iass Trulnj Mgr Genl Pass Tkt Agt LAWYERS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ W BLACKBURN Attorney and Counselor at Law 172 Jr Louisiana Ave ly Gffuton BUg - Quite a crowd of young men ana half grown boys make a pracDr J S Coleman has rented Engino for Sale tice ol congregating at the west and taken possession of the office A 6 horse power Russell portavend ot the railroad bridge in the on Main street formerly occupied ftevening and having a gay time by Dr B F Duvall opposite ble thresher engine is offered for ClKey should not forgetthat this is a Mangan S Darnells stable Apply to L sale at a bargain B Wetsehburgh public passway and shouldbe too 52 3t 49 tf v Â¬ Â¬ Change of Location June Washington D C 15 made v WM CROMWELL Subscribers to the Roundabout Attorney at Law who are not takiug The Post now can avail themselves of this op- Â¬ Frankfort Kentucky portunity by addressing this office Also Real Estate Agent Will practice in the Franklin and or writing to B G Boyle 526 Courts ofnlso give specialthe adjoining counties and will nttentono the pur chase and sale of real estate cnllettfion of rents Third street Louisville claims and the negotiation of loaryj v K ui Â¬ - FRANKFORT ROUNOABOUTo r nssBeonil cliissiimllnble mutter GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT AUGUST 31 1895 A Coop do Main Monday night the chicken coop at the Roundabout residence on Second street was raided though ony one chicken vas taken the coop and the back gate being left open so that the remaining chickens were roaming about in the garden and the alley the next morning Tuesday night the thief returned and took two more chickens again leaving the coop and gate open when he de- Â¬ parted Wednesday night we concluded to take a hand in the fun and when the shades of night began to gather we were seated by a convenient window from which the coop was in full view awaiting The light had developments scarcely been extinguished in the kitchen when the latch clicked the gate slowly opened and a Very Giving small negro boy entered him time to reach the coop we leaned out of the windov and Mow move and I will kill said Well yes Did he move you On Â¬ -- i just a little bit tt- - CH j road and resident of this city is No appetite Then do not try also a candidate of the same party to force food down but use the to represent one of the Legislative districts of Louisville in the next most scientific means for restoring tone to the stomach How Why House of Representatives by taking Ayers Sarsaparilla and Howb Thigp in a surprising short time your We offer One Hundred Dollars Re appetite will come again and ward for any case of Catarrh that come to stay can not1 be cured by taking Halls Catarrh Cure Suffering From a Sting P J Cheney Co Props Toledo O We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 16 years and Mrs Frank Hulett who lives on believe hm perfectly honorable in all business transactions and finan Â¬ High View was stung on the Â¬ cially able to carry out any obliga Â¬ abdomen Thursday by an insect tion made by the firm West Truax Wholesale Druggists of some kind the sting striking a Toledo Ohio Marvin WholeÂ¬ nerve and causing intense pain Walding Kinnan Aaron Smith sale Druggists Toledo Ohio She was rendered so ill as to re- Â¬ Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter Â¬ acting Aaron Smith a highly esteemed nallymucous directly open the blood quire the services of Drs Reynand surfaces of the system olds and Scott who succeeded in and respectable colored citizen of Price 75c per bottle Sold by all relieving her but it was thought this place Jdied after a few hours druggists fora time by her neighbors that she Nearly Drowned illness at the home of his daughter was ging to die Tuesday night The many friends The Beatyville Enterprise of last of this worthy man were greatly Colored Teachers Institute week contains the following shocked at the sad intelligence as Last Sunday Mr A S Roberts The Colored Teachers Institute his illness was know to very few formerly of Lexington but now of family Frankfort made a narrow escape composed of the colored common outside of his immediate He was a resident of this city for from drowning while bathing in school teachers of this Woodford many years in fact during the the Kentucky riverat this place and Anderson counties has been friends were hath in session this week at the Colored greater part of his life and by his He and several ing in the deep water just back of Prof J quiet unobtrusive demeanor to- the mill when Mr Roberts who Normal School Building gether with his honesty of purpose is an expert swimmer started H Jackson conducted the insti- Â¬ He reacjied the tute and quite a large number of and faithfulness as a skilled work- Â¬ across the river a carpenter far side in safety and ofter a teachers were in attendance man in his trade of in to return he secured and held the good will minutes rest plunged to the boom when he had gotten There is something interesting and friendship of many of our about twenty feet from bank he Cassells a was seized with the cramps which in Hudson Humphries Although not best citizens Read it ad 52 tf member of any church he has rendered him utterly helpless and been for a number of years a regu- Â¬ had it not been for the large rock It you dont want good work he would lar attendant and worshiper at the in the river at that pointBoge Cain dont try the Capital Steam have surely drowned First Presbyterian Church 24 tf displayed his presence of mind by Laundry His place there was seldom jumping into a boat and pulled for vacant and he was a regular and dear life for the rock to which Mr liberal contributor to the church Roberts was clinging He and sev- Â¬ reached the that when you buy Scotts Emul Â¬ The funeral services which took eral good swimmers spot about the same time and the sion you are not getting a secret place from the above church young man was safely esconced in mixture containing worthless or Thursday afternoon were con- Â¬ in the boat Mr Kobutd exhib harmful drugs ducted by the pastor Rev Dr ited great coolness and good judg Scotts Emulsion cannot be se- Â¬ all Blayney and the large attendance ment by merely holding to the cret for an analysis reveals the there is in it Consequently of friends attested the esteem in rock and making no eff irt to swim endorsement of the medical out as he would have drowned which the deceased was held by all the water being very deep at that world mean s something classes of our citizens This should be a warning point to all to be careful while bathing Her First Defeat in deep water for at any time you are liable to cramp in a like mm- Beuzetta Mr Ed W Ayres tier fast trotting mare met with her overcomes Wasting promotes Are You Murto first defeat at New York Wednes- Â¬ the making of Solid Flesh and gives Vital Strength It has no for all at Fleet- Miserable by Indigestion Consti day In tin free equal as a cure for Coughs Colds pation Dizziness Loss of Appewood Park for a purse of five tite Yellow Skin Weak Shilohs Vital Sore Throat Bronchitis AnaemiaLungs Em a Consumption Scrofula thousand dollars Azote won in izer is a positive cure For sale elation and Beuzetta by John W R Williams Co three straight heats Wasting Diseases of Children Time ScottBownsNV All Druggist 60endt pming second 40 209 jffiiw j Â¬ Â¬ -9 Â¬ Without looking behind he flitted out the gate as a shadow and the time he made down the alley was not taken but Beuzetta could not have touched it Well we were never very much on the sprint but the warming up heat we trotted in his wake was sufficient to induce us to retire from the turf for all time We wjere laying forjarger game and the appearance of so small a thief rather upset the plan of campaign and our grand strategy failed utterly But we had chicken for dinner Thursday which might not have happened had we not been on hand to defend the remaining occupants of the coop Council Proceedings and 207 After the second heat Mr Ayres sold Beu- The Council met Tuesday night ZLlia lor 10000 to a DrOKCr IOI in regular session at 730 oclock some unknown party with Mayor Julian presiding and To Drill at Paris eight councilmen present viz Messrs Fortune Marshall Crutch The McCreary Guard will go er Sower Ellwanger Fuhs Haly to Paris on Wednesday of next and Williams week and give an exhibition drill Consideration ofa petition of cit Â¬ at the fair izens for arc liht at corner qf Todd Public Speaking and Steele streets to be removed Prof M V Rork of Oregon from Ewing street was postponed The petition will address the people of this city untiTnext meeting aid county at the Courjt Hou e of citizens on north St Clair street this evening at 730 i the interest for morev light was referred to specThe peti Â¬ of the Populist party All are ial committee on light tion of Judge W G Bullitt to re- Â¬ invited to come and hear him duce his assessment 1000 was re Country Fires f ferred to the finance committee The report of the street tommit- The saw mill upon the farm of Mr A H Waggoner on the tee adversely on petition of Mrr Devils Hollow pike was destroy Brightwell to build a stable on East ed by fire Friday night The los Main street was accepted and filed Thq report to special committee is totalas there was no insurance for The school house in the Wal on petition of Mrs Nesbitt fall of 1000 caused by cutt district on the Glens Creek damages on North Wilkerson street v was pike was burned Monday morn- Â¬ in unsettled ing early The fire is supposed to presented to Council Mr James A Scott condition be vof incendiary origin Partly appeared before the Council in be- Â¬ insured half of Mrs Nesbitt and at the reRunning For the Legislature quest of the Councilman Fortune Mr George D Todd formerly Mr Scott stated the case of his of this city has been nominated client to Council and suggested a compromise after which the report by the Republican party as a represent one of the Sen- Â¬ of the committee was accepted and As there atorial districts oe Louisville in the committee discharged Capt C S was nothing further before the next Legislature Dodson the well known former Council it adjourned until next N Rail- regular meeting conductor on the L THE ROUNDABOUT i v THE PEOPLES PAPER k - 1 Â¬ Everybody takes it Everybody reads Subscription Only it i 1 Per Yeak Â¬ Our Job EPARTMENT in can-didate-- to Executes on shoit notice and the latest style Â¬ X X X X X xAxxxxlLx V w 8l r X All work promptly executed and satisfaction guaranteed -- 1 S 1 m 4 -- H BINDERY k- - Blank Books of all kinds gotten up in the highest style of fcV art Old Books and Music bound at lowest rates Work of all kinds solicited s e Job GEO A LEWIS Proprietor 215 217 and 219 St Glair Dont Forget Street Up Stairs Frankfort Ky Â¬ Â¬ 5cotts Emulsion Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 4k 4k 4k 4k 4k 4k PER YEARI 4k 4k 4k 4fe 4k 4k 4k 552 4k 4k yoi sk 5 Ak 7F yF fe LOUISVILLE EVENING POST any address in Kentucky one year for a The loslis tin 8 coluuin 8 pnfio daily established in 1870 the lead Â¬ ing afternoon journal of Kentucky prints the full report of the Associated Press full market reports Washington and parts of Kentucky sporting news society racing choice mis Â¬ cellany and live political matter The paper used is clear and the type large and easily read Agents wanted write for terms NOTICE All persons who wish to take advantage of this offer must make eheoks and money orders payable to Ky afce prepaid to f o 3p - THE CHANGE OF A LIFETIME Ieas than FOUR CENTS aweek Thinkofit By an arrangement with the publishers of The Evening Post of Louisville am enabled to make un unprecedented offer to the news paper readers of Kentucky I will send the B O BOYJ4B Room z6 Third St Louisville tv r run iv ii ii ii J I wyrn fitf TW TJPRR Tfl T T ca C- cm - uu U3 S3 en DO 3OVL If you do come to us and we will save you money on evry purchase made Urn1 tall goods are now arriving and although Shoes and leather have ad vanced considerably by buy ing early we have secjired goods at pld prices and will Â¬ Hi rf EwiM fe3JQOi3 ma dSHOiik V I EIT Ed 123 Eli ca on BO give you the benefit of our foresight RHf nt ca CO it- en ea en 11 CCI CO EH Our line of school shoes for the com- - sz iug season can not be beaten and we est invite you to call and inspect them gg You will need School Books and g School Supplies soon We have a full supply Call and see us Respectfully net K3 f Da en ota en DP na en eq en DEI nHHannisanMnnnnErannnnnEragnnn BacaEucaEaoaEaEaEUEacauacaEyEaLiaEUEaEaEaEaEaEauaEauaEaEUEaEtiBcuEu 3MEisliLxr 195 AUGUST 811895 M 4 i ca DanacaEaEisraaEaGaBaraisnRanBnaninnaEaraE u EQBUEEEEaE3BaEE9E3E3E EaEafiaE3EEaEbBQEUEaEueaEaEaEaBB CauirstLEll on BO net Ed Ed D FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT with song FRANKFORT TEACHERS INSTITUTE Proceedings of Xiast Week Con Â¬ cluded THURSDAY 9 A Prof W E Lumley presented an excellent method of teaching History in a connected manner in order to make a more lasting impression on the minds of pupils the important events in the history of our country Â¬ Song No 42 The subject of reading was next presented by our able instructor Prof Lumley Adjrurned for dinner till 2 p m Institute called to order by Miss Lucy Pattie County Superintendent of Schools My Country Song No 234 tis of Thee also song No 82 Â¬ were Pardon Peace and Power sung Miss Emma Payne presiding at the piano -- V Goodnight delivered a most entertaining and instructive talk to the teachers touching on a great many points of interest to teachers suggestions on disciplin in the school room Trustees Civics as1 should be taught in schools v A song by Master Edwin Orr Ring the Bells of Heaven The little fellow is a grandson of Capt Ed Porter Thompson State Superintendent of Public Instruction and quite a bright and attractive His singing was greatly child enjoyed by all present FRIDAY 9 A M The Institute was called to order by County Superintendent Miss Lucy Pattie Prayer by C H Parrent Prof T M Â¬ Â¬ The Qrowning Resolved That the Institute re- day is coming Miss South at the turn their thanks to Prof Lumley for services rendered the Institute piano Resolved That we return our After a talk from Prof Luml y sincere thinks to Miss South Prof the report of committees on Obit- Â¬ Jones and others who so kindly uaries and Resolutions were assisted us in m isic H- - M Polsgrove follows adopted as R W Baxter We your committee on Obitua- Â¬ A M Brawner ries beg leave to report as follows Committee Since our last con Whereas Old Black Joe piaro solo by tention God has seen fit in His infinite wisdom to remove from Miss Eudora iSouth was rendered time and eternity one of our mem- Â¬ in her usual elegant style bers Miss Nellie Innes whose A fev remarks by Mr Thos death occurred at the home of her Hunter mother in this county October A vocal solo A Sweet Litte 1895 and whereas her recognized in the Country by Mr ability as a teacher was acknowl- Home E R Jones was received joyfully edged by all therefore Resolved That in the death of Rev H M Polsgrove in be- Â¬ Miss Innes the profession has sustendered half of the Institute tained a severe loss the communi- Â¬ a sincere farewell ty a true life and the family an Prof Lurnley example of fidelity worthy of em- Â¬ and God speed responded to by ulation the Prof in a truly sympathetic Resolved That we bow in hum- Â¬ manner j ble submission to the will of our Song God be With You Till Heavenly Father Resolved That a copy of this We Meet Again by the Institute Benediction by H M Pols-Â¬ preamble and resolutions be pre- Â¬ sented to the family of deceased grove and thus ended a very and that this be made a part of the profitable session of the Franklin minutes of this meeting County Teachers Institute Respectfully submitted Adjourned to meet in 1896 at C H PARRENTChn Forks of Elkhorn Lena W Webster C H Parrent Secy Annie Yarbrough S A Hulett Miss Mamie Gallihu I Committee Secy Â¬ Â¬ 1 The Monror Patent ETOKEWflRE a i lilfiED A3ST3D IJ M KHv AJ7 t Jjks 1 1 THE ALASKA CHARCOAL If I t ntf HHfli 3 J jJi THF ftp 1 HT Jtl if fHl FILLED REFRIGERATORS ZETor 1 Sale By Eeainer and Butter Belling at Cost Asst Frankfort Ky 1895 I Aug 23 J m Â¬ Songs No 42 and 65 Prof Lumley discussed disciplin in a thoroughly able manner bringing out many excellent points especially emphasizing the thought that love is the chief element in order to good disciplin A short talk on tne above sub- ject by Mr C H Parrent Labor On Song No 62 Miss Eudora South at the piano The subject Duties of Trustees and Parents to the Teacher was presented by Miss Elizabeth Hahn and thoroughly discussed by Prof - Ljumley Ed Porter Thompson Capt State Superintendent of Public In- struction was with us arid address ifed the teachers with his usual ferver clearly evincing his unfeign ed interest in the welfare of the common school teachers 1 Adjourned tjll 2 p m yytemoon session was opened Institute Â¬ We the committee jon resolu- Â¬ tions of this Institute assembled beg leave to submit the follewing Resolved That we appreciate the services of our worthy and Miss efficient Superintendent Pattie who has made a most Lucy efficient and excellent official Resolved That we hail with de- Â¬ light the interest manifested in the cause of public education in Frank- Â¬ lin cqunty and the progress it is now makirg in our midst Resolved That we tender our thanks to Col John L Scott for his exellent and elevating address and hope he may live long to con- Â¬ tinue a fiiend to education Resolved That we tender our thanks to Hon L F Johnson and also to our Secretary and Assistant for their service in our behalf and recommend that our Secretary and Assistant be paid Resolved That we are grateful to those who kindly assisted us in our concert at the City Hall Thursday evening especially the city officials and those who kind ly assisted ifs in the program and to all who lent us their aid on the occasion viz Profs Wolf and Graham Master George Smith Miss Mary Miss Clara Buckley Pattie Messrs Frank Hutchison Frank Bull Louis Harris Prof Jones Findley and Robt and Jake Arnold Resolved Thit we tender our sipcere thanks to Mr George A Lewis editor of the Frankfort Roundabout for his kindness to us and the interest he manifested in the cause and progress of education during the session of the Â¬ t 4 trjMgg MK - B iHr Are overstocked on the following articles which I am selling at very low figures 60 Riding Bridles 25 sets Buggy Harness 150 Wagon Whips 200 Buggy Whips 125 Horse Co lars KkN j r Both the method aud results when Also agent for Oliver Chilled Plows and repairs and Buckeye Reaper Syrup of Fis is taken it is pleasant Full line of Hardware of all kinds constantly on hand aud refreshing to the taste and acts and Mower gently ye promptly on tne iviuneys Liver and Bowels cleauses the sys Â¬ Â¬ fWHEi ENTOYS 7000 bolts Wall Pappr 30oaaaies Back Bands Traces Halters Buggy Bridles 75 guaranteed Cross cut Saws 12 Horse Covers juwHwiunuiuwiew tem effectually dispels ehhls head aches ami fevers and cures habitual Syrup of Figs is the constipation only remedy of its kind ever pro- luccd pleasing to the taste and ac C COLLINS The Broadway Hardware Dealer E r 3 sLKfrsr effects prepared only from the most herdthv and attreeahio suhstances its many excellent qualities commend it 10 all and have made it the most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and SI bottle3 by all leading drug Any reliahlo druggist who gists may not have it on hand will pro euro it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any JACOB VSWIGERT CO va Â¬ 101 AND 102 AWN STREET Easement nf the Capital Hntel DR Insurance f Agents substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SAU FRANCISCO LOUISVILLE KY CAL NEW YORK NY RESTORED MANHOOD ex- Â¬ MOTTS KERVEMNE Â¬ The Capital Steam Laundry Will ecutes all orders promptly cal for and deliver work at your ni3ltiuin door Telephone No 17 BSTFor Sale 24 tf t M f ho it rent roniedy lor nervous prostration ami nil norvous liven os of tlio nonornt l o orpuns ot cltlior sov hucIi iih Norvous Prostration 1 ff Stomal Worry Insiinltr AVHliofnvorv KXi onlir wo irlvo n written isuor-y iitmiilnn Mini oxcemlvo uo Tobacco or Opium which lenil to Con AfcTEll USING iiiitpotopuronrrofmnl tlrn moimjr fold ntttlO per box O boxes PILLS toy HCOJLiIMIES Ss BIEnD Driig Rrts iytt xvttSm4Kl VHP x 4 u jFxFr Mil DAKSIE ABROAD fvf S - A Great Britain and Home From the Christian Guide m ru1 I i fcTL I 5 i r and in general way I desire to run over what remains of my long journey It were easy to make half a dozen letters of what I saw during the ten days I roamed through London Edinburc and other parts of the British Isles but I must not further taxi my kind readers patience The Congregationalisms Party with which I set out in which I found so cordial a welcomeand of which I shall always have a most delightful recollection broke up at Vienna A few of us still clung together at Paris but when I boarded the train for England I It seemed quite was alone Anstruther Easter my father to me to cross the channel strange miles or more to the northforty in a steamer where I did not- know east of Edinburg situated a little a single soul and to find myself beyond the mouth of the Firth of engineering utiy own baggage Forth and booking out on the through the custom house and beautiful waters ol the North Sea taking upon myself all the respon- was the ancestral home of my Personally sibility of a traveler people I took a day to run up conducted tours are pleasant in and see the little fishing city to many ways out proceeding upon opportunity j4 xt visit my kindred 01 tne uarsie the basis of aJ mans inability to There was only ondother in Â¬ name still resident there and to look out for liimself they are not scription I copied it 5fe written walk through the old stone house calculated to develop in him to by Tennyson It stands beheath where my grandfather lived and any remarkable degree a quality of the of SirJtolin PrahtcV where all his children who premanly self reliance To speak out lin monument 4 and it reads ceded my father were born In S frankly I found myself in many inAnstruther for many generations stances chafing at restraints such a Not here the whlteSNorth has thy the Darsies had dwelt The re V bones tour imposed and inwardly resolv And thou heroiq sailor soul art a movalVC our1 branch of the family ing for my future travels in foreign Passing on thiner ljappier voyage to Edinburgh was presumably the lands if such good fortune awaits Now toward npoartnily pole first stepin the subsequent migra- AnH T sirnrrp knew whtrh rf me to paddle my own canoe v wimiicr ine lion It was a great satisfaction to be these two lieroic - Englishmen t6T family10 vineries my father was came jvhen again in the land where my good admire themost It was a new ex- - c a babe in arms another tongue was spoken and It was my privilege- - o atend a perience for me to lookl uppn the where the bother of guides and Sunday afternoon rock whence I was hewn or the pit Abbey anj to vhoani a whence I was dug so to speak interpreters was unnecessary But I must modify this remark enough germbn there by Canon Wilber If anybody has found me a little The great edifice was to say that an Englishmans force times or inclined to English crdwded seats and aisles but by stubborn at English and an Americans think my own think1 or say my are by no means identical The dif- nr ttnrfiAn v f ftiarcunfnillinnrA limb dwn say they will now be able to v ferences ol pronunciation and in- i so impressed asT DViuevasr can blame where it properly tonation not to speak of idioms tjuiantui uic iinmurutKMKUiii- bjelongs on the fact that my peo and construction are sufficient to who bv their statutesuststabY ple came iruui require each to say over his words lets and other monuments around of old Scotland- -uie luggcu todsis best bow toHliouands of interested And I am now to the other about twice oil an on all sides seemed to me as real inclined to feel ever stubboner readers who have followed me average before they are fully com- Â¬ a poition of the Canons hearers than ever since I aV the place every step of the way and praising prehended I am far from being as the living throng who sat and I came from it seems to demand Him from whom all blessings flow an Anglo maniac but I confess stood about me I here close my twenty fifth and it of me 1 that my admiration for old England London in every part is simply last foreign letter But I must hurry back to Edin Go where Jias been greatly increased bjr alive withmqnuments Geokge Darsie burg not indeed to describe the The what I have seen of her5 on Jtthis you will they meet you city but to take a train the next My heart warms to her English ailow no great deed or morning for Stirling Castle the journey The best work in to vn i done And I flair and her Deoole as never be man to go unperpetuated Trossachs and Glasgow at which by the Capital Steam Lsuindry Tne moment I touched her can not see how a young man fore named place I brought up in 24 tf soii I felt at home and during my could grow up in this great cityj last a most eventful after ft r cvcy uy he evening seeing lhe halt can entire stay I felt 10 say continually ano not oe sighT mother of his life to ncfble things by J is indeed my this be told of the beauty of Loch StockholforV Meeting remindeis of the not these mute country Katrine and Loch Lomond over ANNUAlJ MEETING OF THE STOCK- I confess that durintr To tell the exact truth there hemic oas we steamed or of the wild milR Iip tnihkfnit Wntor 0 I holders or of travels my stay in the citv my neart was which was no city in al my Frankfort Ky for JlSiloil if live drctoM mountain scenery through which u Ulie trfitisictlpn tb otlir toloriltbulnesf Norabroad Which so attraqtecV and constantly tluilled by them f ln wn4 In th pttyuf rrnkfort wlllhelielil t t wmuy fri Yt ft iiiiiuuD nn WEDNKSOAT SEPrEMBER 25 1815 nc 11 Hid- - As was I less interested in noting we SlUgLU Ul Ul 111c charmed me as London legends preserved in poetry and oclock ii in E s ELY SecrPtary a city of sacred associations of evidences of the religi us and romance concerning the days of Ainc 31 til course Jerusalem is beyond every reverent spirit of the English pro Rob Roy Robert Bruce and Sir In the center of the great William Wallace other city But as the oSefiository pie which were House I traced a brought afresh to mind by many Parliament anu msiuiyyja ol modern ine VUVNKL1N CIRCUIT COURT many respects the center of the mosaic in the floor which in Latin things 1 saw in that days excurExcept the Lord build the sion in truth a wurld in andfsays W Ticuenok Adnir c PlnlntilT world as We returned to Edinburgh James vs of itself London has more to inter House they labor in vain wro that same night only to leave it C M Jongs 3 Defendant On the front of a great LA1MS AGAINST est to inspire and instruct than any build it PERSONS llVVINtf next afternoon in IX LIStephen P Tlcliciior deceased Hre seen stone building with Corinthian for good the Melrose Abbey the iioHHkI to present tlie sain to me nereny other and all other cities I have proven order to visit n near law It was a fitting climax to columns as its imposing entrance most beautiful ruin in Great us reouirpd by im or t riiilrd libefore v iientd abroad aprove tlie mi or The earth is the v see it last though one can hardly I read the words the before September 2 1SJ 5 W II n- nf rourt and Abbotsford Britain IUSlil tie said to have really seen London Lords and the fullness thereof OnimlMioiier V C C I say Aug 8 lm home of Sir Walter Scott But for the matLr of I thought it must be a church and so we for Dr George E Hall of an six days could not exhaust the asked a boy who was passing what Dover N H a genial member of that lie He snickered and sights in mx weeks six months or church it was the Congregationilists party had O that is not a church at all now joined me and we had bten s lid even six years 1 My hotel was the Westminster thats the Royal Exchange doing Scotland together almost directly acres from the thought to myself well if these But now we are returning to great Abbey and five minutes or moneyed magnates feel that way London On the way we are de less from the Parliament House about their money and other pos Carlisle for four hour0 No spot on earth contains the dust essions they are a very different layed at andwhile there at midnight a and publishes the fame of so many set of men from ours across the long train of sleeping coaches puffs I really believe that Eng U the great and good cf this sea into our stationand we are strangeas Westminister Abbey As land as a nation fears the Lord world ly commanded to stay inside the alone with my Baedeker I thread And I was evervwhere impressed waiting room W e soon learn the ed its aisles passing from one grave bv thel spirit of reverence 1 found reason The srood Queen of The or monument to another I said to in everv church I entered England is in the train now at the myself this is an experience in npnnle came in anietlv bowed station on her way from Balmoral imyliie that cannot ever be dupli- their heads in prayor on taking to Windsor because a crisis in the When I reached the their seats whether Conformist or cated government is on Lord Rose grave of David Livingstone the Non contormists remained to the bery has resigned and Lord Salis- Â¬ inscription on it seemed to me so end of the service continuing in bury is about to take the helm fine that at once I began to copy silent prayer even after the bene We did not quite see the Queen it Mere it is Brought by faith diction had been pronounced and but we saw the car she was in iul hands over land and sea here then instead of rushing out pell Daybreak finds us back in Lon- Â¬ rests David Livingstone Mission Â¬ mell went outslowly and gradually I am ary Traveler Philanthropist born two or three at a time as though don Wednesday June 26of the March joth 1813 at Blantyre loath to leave the place I would aboard the steamer Tiave HEW ILanarkshiie died May 1 1883 at that the Americans could learn North German Lloyd line and A eight days later on July 4 at 11 similar spirit For and practice a Chitauvbos Village Ulala m I here is no need of telling of a I set foot again on my THAVE aIN ADDITION ofTO MY RKfJULAR BUS a New York tailoring thirty years his life was spent in Xlness sample book KlO order us unwearied effort to evangelize m y isit to the Tower to St Pauls native soil Friday evening July Arm which makes suits to overoatslow ns 51G0C an from upwards pants finds me at home in Frankfort on up 125 and the native races to explore the to Hyde Park to the various mu 5 undiscovered secret to abolish seums and all that It has been Ky the most glad and thankful Eighteen thousand PERFE01 PIT GUARANTEED ithe desolating slave trade ot Cen- so often told But I m ust confirm man alive ac take the measures without store Persons tral A Irica where with his last the testimony of others who have five hundred miles without an mfc- - Iledflng h cheap suit hero at my pants will t nd overcoat or a words he wrote AH I can add in said that the best way to see Lon I cident and almost It to their interest to examine these samples Making my Augai im v aaaatua ti my solitude is may heavens rich don is from the top of an omnibus hap is the record This is my last letter a very - blessing cqme down on every one American English of Turk who will help to heal this open sore ot the w rid V As I was writing a stranger accosted me with a re mark about the interesting charac ter of the grave to which I re- Â¬ sponded affirmatively of course but without looking up or ceasing to write Again he addressed me saying how strange that anybody could doubt the indentitication of Livingstones body when itw as ab- Â¬ solutely settled by a certain mark on it which he named Scarcely looking up from my writing even then I sard that I had never thought of doubting it myself and with him did not see how any one else could I am sorry now that I did not cease my writing and give him all my attention as he spoke for when he had left me a moment later a gentleman said to me Do you know whoit was I said that was talking toyou WelI hepUed No iyas the DeanoftvVestminister and if yx had giyenAiimany encourage ment he would hae shown you over the entire Abbey1 You may imagine how I felt at such aV16sr Â¬ driver as yotir guide And I must correct any traveller fiom New Zealand who should to take his stand now attempt oman arch of London bridge to sketch the ruins of St Paul by informing him that Macaulays famous sentence has been rend ered inapplicable through the erection of a mammoth railroad station which effectually conceals the great cathedral irpm those who cross the bridge But I must leave the great me tropolis for another famous city 400 miles to the north For many things ijJ Edinburgh noted and ihe tourist who passes it by misses next to London the most interesting city in Great Britf ian But just now to me the most interesting fact abdut Edinburgh is that it was the the birthplace cf with the Â¬ Â¬ IH -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ if What pieces of f--- - mi One of those reat big service-inAVest-ministe- r Battle PiuTbbacco r IO DR r- - ill 19 8W Â¬ ru3SS - W I KELLEY OF CINCINNATI O will be at the KttJfi PSOEISTI HOTEL V - iurXINGTONKY su Saturday August 31 1895 Saturday September 14 1895 Saturday September 28 1895 HEMORRHOIDSwhitare termed piles In any form cured without surgery ULCERATION aid CATARRH or the rectum also d FISTULaaau riooUMca i uiru REEEHENCES M f i ft fc 1 jur - -J 1 1 f yj M a x h - Â¬ Anthony Leach kiunklort Ky X Staten Frankfort Ky V Berberlch Fninkfoit h Rev L P Uulett Benmai Ky A H McClure Frankfort Ky Ky N J UuKheaPruiiktort David Moore Benson Ky M Wlthrow Frankfoit Ky Jas DR KELLEYS olllce and residence Is at 413 West Eighth streetClnclnuutlund where he may be found every day of each weekexcept SATUR- - W McKee J A bcott Ilnrdle Frunklort Ky Frankfoit Ky J DAYS 418 W W I KELLEY Eight St ClnclnnaJIO MD 1 TO THE CENTER OF CHICAGO BY THE Â¬ MONON B9UTE Louisville New Albany Chicago Ky Co - i IT Â¬ Elegant trains morning and even- ing from Union Station Louisville landing passengers an the Dearborn Station Chicago Five minutes from Alsocofi the LEADING HOTELS necting with Trunk Lines for -- Â¬ St Paul Omaha -- ji t Deliver San Prancisco -- mr AND THE- - NORTHWEST Call Tlokets DEPJRTDBt For By The MM f Wvvyr s I mm m i Â¬ moxioxi IRANKJ ri P E H BAOOlf d P A Louisville A OhlAncn fm MR iimn fll r W w Tiiis is wbat I am -- gciaag to w L dttpft rvc liare people 3337Is the Cheapest Place in Frankfort - X m TOHNT I every pieoq1 in myirgo stock will be n Grraniteware cut 50 per cent marked down to very close margin above flty stock of Brooms Mops Dusters Tubs Buckets Calk Ironing Boards Wringers Coffee Mills Churns c i- gcost No trouble to show goods complete and lower than you can buy for elsewhere and get prices I To close ut my entire stoek of china ftnyy vvvvv vtqr AfwrgrigrgrqrTirvrt JJ 14 V UUylid v I am giving tinware away at present prices ST- - CLAR STREETFRANKFORT DAJIiY ItJST A Â¬ Forks of Elkhom Rev C E Nash of Louisville will preach at Buck Run to mor- Â¬ row both morninjj and evening at 11 oclock and 730 respectively D D Rev T C Stackhous Woodlake last Sunday Rev J H Burdin and Messrs F M Featherstnn and Parrent and Mrs S C Feather- ston represented our vlllageafthe Franklin Baptist Assoc ation at Mt Vernon last week Our Burg was very well represented at the Teachers Institute v in Frankfort last week The concert held in Frankfort Thursday nighty of lasf week for the benefit of the Franklm County Teachers Library0thoUgh not as well attended as it oeservtd was beyond all controvefsyan artistic Miss occurence treat pf Mary Pattie oTRichmond Ky and Master George Smith of Cincinnati each contributing to the occasion should have been an ad vertisemnt sufficient to insure a full house consequently those who did not attend are the losers VVhy the citizens of our Capital City should be so derelict in a duty so closely allied to their every inter est is a question not easily solved when we consider the fact that a sum probably not far short of IO000 is annually expended by the teachers of thecountv within the limits of the city which sum of course greatly enhftnses her com- Â¬ mercial value The teachers of the county return many thanks to the few who did contribute to the above worthy enterprise Miss Katie Stuber of Cincin- nati is the guest of Mrs Virgie dence of Lexington preached at Provi- Â¬ SC Â¬ -- -- Â¬ and Shreveport Through Tourist Sleepers to Los Angeles and Consumption Can bo Cured San Francisco Choice of Routes to Texas Mexico and California Misses Effie Warren and Mamie Cure This ia New Orleans or via Shreveport 6 20 from By the Use of Shilohs September 16 19 rZallnViur arrnmnanipH hi IVfpccro Short Line from the Blue Grass Cities to Cincinnati is the only II A fci Tin bI n a Frankfort to Chattanooga and re- Â¬ great Congh Cure miU Annan AAHAHiHiAiinlinH 4 n nnCAHU Kann rwt h Rusoell Hughes and Wallace Mc fiiB known remedy for that terrible September 1619 600 turn Cars Lexington to Cincinnati Cafe Parlor and Observa- Cloy of Frankfort attended diseise For sale by John VV R reuon Cars between Cincinnati Lexington and worship at Stamping Ground last from Paris to Chattanooga and Co Villiams 40 BbKEkuii turn Chattanooga September I3th i6th v OhaaWZeU 535 TllE BIG FOUR ROUTE 7 C Binearson delivered by Rev from Frankfort to Knoxville and The lecture Q P A Cincinnati 0 Div Fastr Agt Cincinnati 0 vl A A Til If umwu It iaoi return September i3th i6th Has the Besi Terminal Facili Â¬ CUSC iaioic in unaVtic M vitaC tl iAAnt airAninrr vn ties at Chicago veiling rn ill J ivvvil VUiil 405 from Paris to Knoxville and JOHN ECHOLS Keceiveks ST JOHN BOYLE aioyage to the Holy JLand was return All trains enter Chicago on the Illi m very entertaining ana instructive September 8th7iith 230 from nois Central tracks along six miles of the Lake Front through the most R R The tobacco men are busily en- Â¬ Paris to Louisville and return icturesque portion of the city and XE3E- from F and passengers in the magnificent gaged in cutting and housing their September 8th utli I70 THE MISSISSIPPI V1 LEY ROUTB Georgetown to Louisville and re- Â¬ New Central Station on Twelfth street crop and Lake Front This station is con- Â¬ Cards are out announcing the turn venient to the Auditorium Richelieu Ttic PieipHis Limilefl Victoria and Leland Hotels and with- marriage of Mr Vernon Feather- Â¬ on Edge Nerves in two blocks of the State and ston of Midway and Miss Luella ONLY ONE NHJHTS HIDE I was nervous tired irritable Wabash Street Cable Lines and the Powell of this place Con Clover Root South Side Elevated Railway Hyde and cross Karls LOUISVILLE TQ MEMPHIS venient stops are also made at Grain No 1 wheat 62c Oats f prime white clean 2526c black Â¬ oats 2224c White corn 250 per We claim to be Great barrel for bargains Hay N6J X timothy loose 10 per ton new in baleso121250 per ton JNo 1 old bated 16o17 bran and ship stuff mixed S131 4 -Eaas 78 J cents per dozen case lots 12 Butter Choice 11 to15 cents per pound Strictly prime cents Leaf Lard Tierce basis 6 cents withthemfA v Cheese Western full cream stock 10 to 12c per lb Young America Weare sorry to say that Squire 11 to 12c per lb T N Sullivan is no better Poultry Chickens small 1 me- Â¬ 125tper dozen large 2 Miss Hardie Bncon leaves Sept dium Young Ducks 9 and 10c per pound 111 ISt for Qiiincy to attend the Vegetables Onions extra good Why riotdeal with us We promise to place at yd Gem City Business College Miss 60 to 80 cents per bushel Cabbage Nicest Handsomest and Most Desirable Goods Maggie Bacon leaves also on the smaji and large heads mixed 50 to 75 1 a f ly uiaijvci aim iu -- i jiilcs Ufc j iiiartc cents per barrel Okrr Extra fine iiiil same date to attend Bryant Tpmatoes extra 130 per bushel tStrattons business school at Louis- Â¬ large 15 to 20 cents per bushel no demand Potatoes home grown 60 ville to 60 cents per bushel Sweet Pota- Â¬ Dick Taylor has gone into the toes 3per bbLtSouthernYams 25 Why so foolish as to claim that which we can not make per bbl Green Pepper 35 to 40 cents are prepared to prove with the very best goods an race horse business per bushel u prices that our store is a place all economical Messrs A L Fort and Clifton FRurrsVemons Mesina fancy buyers should visit Nock two of Louisvilles most 5 to S6 per box rehandled Oranires fancy brand 80s half boxes popular wheejman passed through 250 per box Concord Grapes extra this place last Sunday en route to fln6homogrownV 17 to 18 cents per Elmville Stamping Ground and basket PoachesWhite Heath largo Georgetown returning to Peaks 225 per crate Choice Peaches home Mill via Switzer in the afternoon grown 6O0 peck baskets1 Pears Pine per bushel Barcletfc home growoi to accompany Miss Margaret D Apples Slow sale 50 and 75 cents Outside of a few per barrel Watermelons home crown Gault home THE 10 to 12 punctures they traveled through jarge fullper hundredtoIndiana extra 15 por hun ripe 12 some of the prettust parts of the dred Cantaloupes 75c to 1 per bbl State and over some of the best California Peaches extra fine and 1 large 175 per box rjads known to wheelmen Eryb j BananasdullCulle 75125per bunch market DaSison Plums 3 50 per bushel A Great Germans Prescription Sweet Cider New strictly pure per barrel 40050Ballards Obelisk 2 per 100 reaches the principal cities of the South with a service of superbly appointed constipation Diseased blood Flour liveY A and bowel lbs 4 per bbl and kidney through trains Day Coaches and Sleeping Cars through to Harriman Chatta- Â¬ troubles are cured by Karls Live Stock Calves 2 to 3c nooga Attalla Birmingham Tuscaloosa Meridian New Orleans Atlanta Macon 3Jc hogs Clover Root Tea For sale by butcherslbcattle 1 to good lambs and Jacksonville Through Sleeping Cars to Knoxville Hot Springs 4 per sheep 2Jjc and Asheville and from Chattanoogo to Jackson Vicksburg Monroe fll Co John W R Williams 40 to 4c per pound district school Monday the 26th inst withfrtir gt endince Z Mrs Jennie Pierce has just recovered from a severe spell of sick ness Mr John Pierces tnby has been seriously sick for a week Peaks Mill is about to loose one of its best citizens Bib Suter is goinsj to leave us Our loss will be a gain for others Messrs Nock and Fort will have a guide the next time they tour Franklin county They will also take a supply of Buttermilk pie -- iIey btxcki 11 tJ - MAR- - Â¬ Corrected Daily ny H M Sher man Commission Merchant 227 Main Street AUGUST 30 1895 If So ifWhy Not 1 And WhySo Not our store ters the in Headquar Boots Shoes -i- Hats Books - v I KKMcCLTJRESOiN Â¬ Queen Crescerit ffrfL dA m I Featherston 1 The Midland 4c 3c Â¬ cal m SB- JH I S3iM H G MATTBEJST c 0 s W i Plsmiai er k Â¬ I Wft Parlor Co 40 Private Compartment Buffet SleepCaptain Sweeney TJ 8 A ing Oars and Superb Dining Cars No Chairs Bottomed transfer across Cincinnati to make Shilohs San Diego Cal says connections Catarrh Remedy is the first mtdi- Bottoms of chairs renewed in Your ticket should read via the uig ine I have ever found that would either open cain split or perfor- Â¬ Four Route to enjoy these privileges E O McCohmick Pass Trafilc Mgr jo me any good Price 50 cents ated on short notice Tkt Agt D B Martin Genl Pass For sale by John W R Williams Mrs Jennie Gross Big Four Route Cincinnati O Go 40 331 Washington street between m Iioxington Colored Fair Sept rz juiu r Broadway and Clipton ruuiva 4th to 7th xo 50 im m rsj 1T0K lJ v ytviviVfiiii The Queen and Crescent Route Protect the Game and Fish will make half rates from all Ken- Â¬ f Farmers are sporting a happy Shoot or flsh only in the proper sea tucky points on this occasion son and escape the game warden by Dont fail to attend MfL1 Biggest Many States 1 observing the laws ifI Bicycle week colored fair in the United States have new game and fish laws this The weather prophets have beea year and if you dont know them Splendid attractions C agents for particu- Â¬ Hing for a week but are now out send Ave 2o stamps for a copy of the Ask Q Game Law issue of The American lars Eurqda South opened we Field 245 State St Chicago Â¬ Tea has made me well and happy Park Thirty Ninth street and Twenty Read Hudson Humphries Mrs E B Worden Second street Stations vCassells advertisement in this Vestibuled Trains For sale by John W R Williams Magnificent Wagner Sleeping Oars tt edition 52 Oars 334 MAIN STRHhT linKRT tninr A IS THE MOST PERFFCT SERVICB MEMPHIS KVKianra ikH AHVm CAN VICKSBTJRGr NEW ORLEANS -- w r-- T- Â¬ jt opinion write to Srompt answer and un honest nearly Uy years ds CO who have had experience In tho patent business Comnjunlca Â¬ of In tlons strictly confidential A Handbook to ob formation concerning Patents and how tain them sent free Also a catalogue of median- Inn and Hnntlflrt tiAnka aonf frAA Rate Tickets and all Information furnished by Patents taken throush Munn ft Co receive Ticket Agent of any Railway Co If not special notice In the Hclontlnc Atnerlcnn anaaddress withthus are brousht widely beforothe public paper out cost to the Inventor This splendid MoBRIDE issued weekly elegantly illustrated has byfar the TnvellngPnss ARont largest circulation of any scientlflo work la the piS8 Bent UeS Louisville Ky world 83 a year Sample Building Edition monthly tlSO a year Single copies 43 cents Kvery number contains beau- stea in colors wiu uuuiukibwud u uon T B LYNOH es with Plans enaDiing ouiiaers o snow mo latest designs and secure contracts Address General Passenger Agent Louisville Ky MUHIl a VV niw xuua iiui iiuiMuiiAii WI COPYFUGHTS f PATENT OBTAIN AND ALL POINTS For South and Southwest W J k - J rmJ fi Benson Fulls HEALS E9RnfljnfcCTBriBaEaKariBaBaEni3BF3 J Vf 9 to A yT firiMMS aa BEiCGiEinfsnrsarcj imisarinianijiacjaRaEEira iirifnrviS am auauauisuauc Weihave bad a elorious rain in RUNNING this locality Mr James Pernje is building a mammoth tobacco Darn The citizens of Choatville will erect a nice little Christian Church JTvl lJ ill- - lUm A Tii v in a siiuiL unit win Tlnil icaikE CURES th iias donated tue ground Tobacco cutting is in full blast There is much gossip in this neighborhood in regard to two young lads that have about constages In all comQious completely tseradicate cluded to sWap sisters Till imttmcr trkllre VinriKnMtc ftf mmnwm onrcniiedbysss obsti innn www nate sores and fi J navmg a nice ume wkiiir ouggy uIcers leld t0 its healinsr cowers It re- Tides to Mt Zion to a protracted moves the poison and builds up the system meeting which is being conducted vmw KgygwnF SoKSk4 by Kev boutherland The house iW as overcrowaea eacn evening Switzer The Devils Hollow pike since Mr Wm Raymond and Miss the rains is in a fearful condition Roberts were married Wednesday It is the supposition that the next jiun 10 sup on imp connu evening at the home of the bride 5 near here bial felicity will be Harry Mr Richard Newton came near There are several new candibeing run over and killed by a dates for County Judge L F Whit Hall and freight train at the station a few Johnson Esq T Harrod are spoken of and days ago The train was shifting John old Dan had better be fixing up cars and Mr Nevwtonattemptedto his fences We are for pld Dan drive across the track and just as he started the train backed down first last and all the time The Lilly of rhe Valley the upon him and he had to whip up sweetest flower that ever bloomed to get out of the way Had he what has happened that she been ten seconds fcter he andthe horse would both have been blooms no more killed and trie wagon Smashed tmjuchool district No 49 Choat- - to pieces i 9- F3 cQcacyutauai2auJCJtiai40ucacu2atcii2ataEaiicu Bud - a SORES ilia ksa STINC SERPENTS S rsa ca rsa gg eg - V m ca risa eg We Have About 350 MENS and YOUTHS Â¬ en eg ea eg ca ug na ca na eg - - m LL-- WOOL SUITS h w r RSI eg ig eg iift New Fashionable and Desirable Materials THE LATEST STYLE eg taa ca ma ran TAILOR MADE I AND TRIMMED lh Ei eg ca a Ba Â¬ bat we have sold right along atIO 12 and 15 youiw anu inite your unoiue ior llWJK SS7 mm BU SI liSOD eg na lag SPOT m mt II ia fen BB ca I KafSflEk j6 i- - has erected a nice substantial Brother Jack has an old cow around their cily school ig and made other necessary twenty five years of age who can She can come very near talking climb eight or ten steps like a cat sSyl Sudduth js being urged me of his neighbors to ac- - and often walks up on the platform Vprestdency of the Rock at the statioh and asks for salt with ike There ought to a shake of the head arid it is said e to revive that dead walked into the staion the other day and asked Mr W H Switzer V We think old Dan out on that route the railroad agent for a ticket to down the valley of some southern climer when he told her it was not cowday but d be a great blessing V Id hardly accept it dogday in Switzer ov jf to them Mr John H Switzer has an od horse which answers to the name til Beginnings of Pomp that has been in the tidings sometimes Ailments that family twenty or tweny five years Aio epnsldf r trivial often grow through and can still step as lively as if itb atrocious maladies dangerous In only six years old yesandproductlve of others It Is the jrd of the earlier Indications of HI health Mr William Newton and Miss n leads to the establishment of all sorts of Vnaladles on a chronic basis Moreover there Perkins of this vicinity were mar- Â¬ if V are cestaln disorders Incident to the season such ried in the office of County Judge job uimuriu mm rneuraausra against wnicn it is G Williams at Frankfort on always desirable to fortify the system after ex posure to the conditions which produce them Monday Cold damp and miasma are surely counteracted by Hostetters stomach Bitters After you have Switzer is one cf the best busi Incurred rtk from these Influences a wineglass iui 01 nosieuers sromncn Bitters directly after- ness towns of its size in the State ward should be swallowed For malaria dyspepsia liver corrplitlnt kidney nnd bladdertrouble The people are in good iSplrits debility iljs the most deservedly k b eg oa na a This is without exception the most astonishing-SACRI- OF VALUES ever known to the trade here or elsewhere VA tit a ft1 Ba oa EU ca eg ea eg ca oa Sit LARCE SHOW WINDOW D C CRDTCHEE di CO IBBBB ea Ea na 1 sa eg 133 eg na g BaBBBaBaBacaBc BacacacgeaeaBE IBBBSB B iBBB IBBBBBBBBBBBB BB q BBBBBBBaBaBBBBBaBBBC IBBBgBBBBBaBBPIaBa IBaBQBBBgBBBB bb BBBBBBBgBgBBBgBUBBBS 3BgBHBBBgaaBfiiQBa Â¬ Â¬ dies and pjvfliitlres a wlnw CJllR nrnmntflu ntinotfta 9 JL N IFSrONRkr i j isbsv7 tickets to Louisville account Gi oldest citizens We feel very thankful that A R encampemenr Sepfc8iori6 fend tlthtati 3ogdod returjiing dbg killjiig has commericed in thetown and vicinity lilllirWH HUH i r jl w Mr Robert Arnold hasAfecentfy a BabyiXireSaved l iK brought a ybabHadcrqiip arid was claims to fine cornet and Switzer be on this side o the --- will sell round triD - I SJE THE OFHCE 236 MAIN STREET m BEDBOaMSUim P We oner at tendiol FOR SALE SAiLM lars and fifty behts They are beautids J jestEY RGANtV8ira ATWC large grounds on DWELLINOF street South quick sw Side 90110 UaK J iUrKe Bevel Mirror nice For I2e3at- - mM Real Estate flaentl L 6 MARSHALL C0 xnrirutruuini j jsxms t FOR M win taKe STOBT DOUBLE FBAME Cross earth 5 E1lite finish SlwC v r iu v v A dose of AyersCKerry PeCtd- Z j Vf Williams m 40 ral taken in time has prevented JKerltuclcyMldland Railway many a fit of sickness and saved i numerous lives This proves the JOffice cOfGeneralPkssenper Ap k necessity of keeping this incom VStfifttirttber 4th vCompany JJ parable medicine where it can be FrajiirtIvS crack McCreary guards readily reached at all hours of the jhatwon tjfe cegimental colors at day and night H - R Rogers Son Opposite Courthouse 7 TWO STOHY FRAME RESIDENCE OF 9 atreet South 77T Side Booms with st ble and large grounds on Murray stieet8outn Side This Is very desirable FOR RENT A A of AMB RESIDENCE 7 rooms on Cioss property F0R SALE i C1T0BER00M AND RESIDENCE ON TODD O stieet doutu Side rhls Is desirable nrni- erty and Is offered ut u bargain A Jt NEW FRAME COTTAGE OF FODRBOOMS on Fowler street South Side c rfVpn f fom Frankfort The fefej rAAAAAAj Kf iSdCrbwd firiivi Paris at 930 A Wisconsin exchange prints pny maxims to jviViijjd march Courtthe Court the following long studywhich are Dr W FEPES and House to worthy of com- - Hendesori will - will attend the Bour- There will be a great in Good Maxims 10 JtfAlir 60 i Piir PBOPEBTY AT T Elkhorn Including u frantt witty nonyn s HANDSOME NEW RE3IDKNCE3 OF mrft THE TWOrooms each Ion Mulu sreet South IIIIS 1st no onlv Rhnn 11 nor In place and will commatid u good trade Franklort lust erected by Dr Reynolds It UUDM oiuiiuuii Hurnmuu rfTn-ft01 FOB BENT Blacksmith Properl i DORSALS TUL BLACKSMITH rnnmu Wffir Sff Anr ti I To hear as little as possible fajrgrbunds headed by Sax ton s celebrated Dana nx 11301 whatever is to the prejudice of HjQWr- from life thV DENTIST FOR RENT t rt ri nil Mvliinitimi 5Jf 2 iviilioiisaifds A V SUJIEK at the air Hil others 2 SfQ3 of Women UN I OLD MISKRIKS PRADFIELDS -vlfc-- REGULATOR ACTS AS A SPECIFIC 8 Arousing to Health Action all her Organs pressed toward others Always to b Jieve tKat if the 5 other side were heard a very different account would be given of the matter of one who circulates an ill repor tal work intrusted to his care Ex- amination free OF 4 Always to moderate as far as Office hours from 9 nm until 5 p m A FARM city 80 ACRES OF GOOD LAND WITH limits of f runkfort- A large part rV In the I can the unkindness which is ex- Â¬ June 8 tf of this lund Is now under cultivation and the bal - Over Weltzel ODonnells To believe nothing of the kind until absolutely lorced to it 3 Never to drink in the spirit Is prepared to do all kinds of den X57 AVERY on Shelby street South Frankfort DESIRABLE RESIDENCE OF FIVE make a nne llamo uouutoiibi property Isweil equipped for maltltig or would wareiiniiMH nr innniiriitHiin0k A A GKBAT BARGAIN IS onOFFERED INTHK Malt House property Mero street vThla For Salii ii 260 ACRE FARMi XMymi m firi v i FOR SALE Â¬ H M SHEEMA1T lCAA cQUV ance Is good grazing land In this tract there Is ulio u quantity ol tine tobacco land WILL BUY YOU A FRAME tuge ol 8 rooms on Second South Side straet COT FINE LAND WITH GOOD IMPR0V1 ments situated near Forks of Elkborn l offered for sale This farm Is well adaptedtr stock raising or will raloe line tobaccoas wellas crops suited for this climate Willi sell V all other W oneasypaymants It causes health to bloom ami joj to reign thiongliout the frame VWWh Mr wife Ims been uitdertreatiuent of lead- tiHTiuiuu turee Tears wmiouiueneni ruiltiB luree Dome 01 uniiiviniiirnj AliK KUUUliATUU ue can ao uer onn ngmucuiK una wniuniR ELI HKUUMTOU CO bydruffUunt 81 60 it Never Fails to Regulate Maufacfirers Pills do not cure Constipation Karls They only aggravate A A OF 210 ana Geceral Auctioneer WE OFFER FOR 8ALE the FINE FARMturn xi FINE FARM OFirora - ACRES FINELYILC acu Georgetown acres situated on FranKiort caieuomiiea gives perfect Clover lioot Tea very pro- Â¬ kuiiiiiinoruauupou wuicu ZT is a oni This Is tnere pncntei SALE OF ESTATE AND BANK pike 8 miles fipm Frankfort sale FOR other stocksREAL for assignees and ad ductive land 14 well Improved abundantly sup- Â¬ deuce of 5 rooms a tenemont of four roonistai regularity of the bowels For and plied ministrators salea Special attention given to stock with water and is especiallyIsadapted to gllother necessary Improvements Thfai land Co by John W K Williams raising The neighborhood excellent in a uign state 01 cuiiiyauon me iraproveroej the sale of personal property In the city and churches and schools convenient and all sur Are In fine condition j and la order to maW county Mason 4 Hone building corner Main 40 quick sate wm do ouereu ui- a ljl DarKHfa it wttt st and St Clair streets Frankfort Ks Refers by roundings attractive Â¬ A Pills do Not Cure it ion nerciii Apt FARM FOR SALE FOR k sale M 4 V Â¬ Â¬ pr bottle itUnt 0 1 at permission to Gen Fayette Hewitt President p A t 7i mm4 rjfr I Ky JTX guuu ocij ui uai uuorj ttnte National Bank iui n r Rodman President Frankfort Bunk Col Thos Farmers Frankfort 1Y1ASTIN JtJROS Ky Grant Green sr Cashier Frankfort Ky R D Armstrong Sheriff of Ftanklln county Frank- tititr k JU fcl a jr dt mrUatftHPI lJBBfrr fl M - pju iifiS Wi I mmm H t -- T MAKSHAM K IM r mm m mm mm a 1 I to IJ 5