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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1HE GEO A VOL JL xiJjL Li lX J AUL JlLU L JN 1 DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS SATURDAY AJjU L J TERMS LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER 100 In Advance NO 1 XXI r Comfort one Another FRANKFORT KY Fire Bugs at Work SEPTEMBER 3 189H to Teachers Comfort ono nnothcr For the way is growing dreary Tho feet arc often weary And the heart is very sad There is heavy burden bearing When it seenm that none are caring And we half forget that over we were glad Comfort one another ith the hnnd clasp close and ten- Â¬ ooks of friendly eyes Buys a Home in this County wait with grace unspoken 1 o lifes daily bread is broken Mr Will C Utterback of Wood speech is oft like manna from ford county has bought of Mrs A 10 skies 33 Branch her farm known as Allen- Â¬ no another dale some two and a half miles ro words of music ringing from the city on the Louisville pike jho ages sweet as singing and will soon move his family to his appy choirs above somed saint and mighty angel new home The price paid was 5230 for the farm and stock of dairy e grand deep voiced evangel rever they are praising the cows We welcome Mr Utterback and 3rnal love his charming family to our county rt one another They Jie hope of Him who sought us to our will make valuable additions citizenship mm wno uougnc us iti our peril Mrs Branch will move to the city laying with His precious blood to remain while her husband seeks a 1y tho faith that will not alter will not new location in the west We regret mating strength that losing these good people from our falter county Leuning on the One divinely good Â¬ der ith tho sweetness love can render Mt Sterling seems to bo infested with fire bugs Some ten or twelve tires Imvo occurred there in the Just two weeks and evidently of incen- Â¬ diary origin Several families carao near being burned to death in the lust The good people of that thriving city are thoroughly aroused and there will be a neck tie social if the scoundrel or scoundrels are de- Â¬ tected Royal makes the food pure wholesome and delicious Parents are Unfair KJMilf5 JJAIN Absolutely Puro I I ROYAL BAKINO POWDER CO NEW YORK Attention Laboring Men gej It The LuborersVnion of Lexington have extended a cordial invitation to all members of labor organic- lions in this citv and all other laborers who mav choose to do so to attend the celebration of Labor Day at Lexington on Monday next t 5 the desire of these gentlemen that as many as possible will attend and make the occasion one of the is Now that school days are about to commence again we commoul tho following to the prayerful attention of parents That existing methods of educiit ing the young fall short of the ideal there is scarcely any question writes Edward Bok in the Septem- Â¬ The ber Ladies Home Journal mruf tii riml nonf nflnnntniU fif fill Illllcl lKlrlt tms fact- VjrV effort is undoubtedly made to better prevnil- llll Micillli jjui nil niit 11 nniKu As teachers and educators handed constantly say We are alone pa They do runts give us no assistance not even give us the benefit of ordinary interest And this is true lamentably true Parents are all too lax about the methods pursued in educating their children In hundreds of cases they do not even know what tho methods are They know thing about them There is no co operation of tho parent with the teacher However much we may be able to iiVprove modern methods of education the best results to onr children cannot be reached until parent and teaeher shall come into co relations than they are at pres- ent Â¬ Â¬ Miraculous REOEIVED Benefit FROM Dr Miles New Heart Cure Change of Base j LI P BABCOCK of Avoca N Y a veteran of tho 3rd N Y Artillery and for thirty years of tho Babcock Munsel Carriages Co of Auburn says I write to express my gratitudo forthomirac lous benefit received from Dr Miles Ileart Cure I suffered for years as result of army life from sciatica which affected my heart In tho wort form my limbs swelled from the ankles up I bloated until I was unable to button my clothing had sharp pains about tho heart smothering spells and shortness of breath For three months I was unable to lie down and all tho sleep I got was In an arm chair I was treated by tho best doctors but gradually grew worse About a year ago I commenced taking Dr Miles New Heart Cure and It saved my llfo as If by a miracle Dr Miles Remedies Comfort ono another Let the grave gloom lio behind you jL While the Spirits words remind you he home beyond the tomb Vhere no more is pain or parting jjjt ers flush or tear drop starting jiut the presence of the Lord and for i all his people room MA Sangster one of the ablest leaders of the Dem Â¬ ocratic party of his State and was Rev II C Morrison form pastor mentioned in connection with the he Methodist Church in this Democratic nomination for President has withdraw i Hint in 1S9G ifer- iroli because e has ding One Minute Cough Cure surprises l I ache iunds people by its quick cures and chil- Â¬ JiHr a cin mikji jitilF hing dren may take it in large quantities without the least danger It has Mi Uiout thx won for itself the best reputation of j charge any preparation used to day for cokN croup tickling in the throat or obsti nate coughs Tyler Hemphill Cheap Rat raws From the Methodist Church are sold by all drug Distinguished Man Gone Messrs C T and A M Duvall gists under a positive who have been doing business in guarantee first bottleÂ¬ benefits or money reEx Gov Claude Matthews of In Â¬ tliis city under the firm name of C funded Book on dis jMG3torot Jfl Painful Accident diana died at his home at Wingate T Duvall it Bro have closed out eases of the heart and sK Health in that State from a stroke of par- Â¬ nerves free Address Master James Dryden son of Mr their grocery store here and have DR MILES MEDICAL CO Elkhart Ind alysis which he experienced one day Dryden of this office was play- - purchased the stock ot goods owned J II last week just after concluding an ing in the yard at their residence by Mr Lew Church at Peaks Mill address 300 Kentucky Avenue West Side where they have commenced busi THE BODTE lie was a native of Ken tacky re- Â¬ on Wednesday morning when lie anew moving to Indiana in 18GS lie was slipped and fell dislocating his left We regret to lose such reliable and most memorable in the history of organized labor in this section 9 n5 lEIIEHSOi MPlMk immmi elbow and breaking one of the small bones in the elbow Dr C K Wal- lace was called in and reduced the fracture The little fellow is doing nicely now and the doctor thinks that he will not suffer any serious inconvenience after the bones knit The Best Remedy for Flux i gentlemanly men from our business We commend them to community our friends at Peaks Mill as thor oughly honorable and upright gen tlemen with whom to do business is Louisville a pleasure BZSST HISSTjE BETWEEN Evansville AND ALL POINTS St Louis Ou Baara tho HIV Signature of O 3FL I A 0 ST ZS0 J3 3 The Kind You HavB Always Boaht WEST NORTHWEST SOUTHWEST September 7th to 8th t vankfort It It will sc half rate y Oh tickets to and re- Â¬ turn limited to September loth J R Newton AGPA - Cincinnati Put-in-Ba- Beats the Klondike Mr A C Thomas of irysvillo exas has found a mo valuable liscovery than has yet n made For he suf- i the Klondike rr lFfl nnfnlrl mrnnv onsump- on accompanied 1f n lorrhages u was ausoiuiejy cured uy v ngs New Discovery for Consunip ft n Coughs and Colds Ifo declares Jr it gold is of little vali in com- trfcon with this mar ous cure ould have it even if it copa a hun Â¬ dred dollars a bottle hmu Bronchitis and all throat u a lung affections are positively cured by Dr Kings new discovery for Consumption Trial bottles fr at J V Gayles Drug Store H ular size fit cents and SI Ciuarant to cure or price refunded 2 Â¬ Mr John Mat bias a well known stock dealer of Pulaski Ky says 40 After suffering for over a week with flux and my physician having failed to relieve me I was advised to try Nominations Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and have the The Democrats of the Fifth or1 nlnMtMk 111 niilllll lllill II1U lwir 11t s Kif llilll JJltTilOUlf congressional Liouisvuie Distiict one bottle cured me For sale by havo nominated Mr Oscar Turner1 J W Gayle for Congress In tho Second Congressional Dis- Â¬ Thanks trict the Republican Convention split and nominated Mr W T Fowler Wo are under obligations to the and Mr Geo W Jolly wife of Lieutenant Hugh Rodman Hon Geo M Davison was nomi- Â¬ an oflicer on board the U S S nated by tho Republicans of the Eighth District at Danville on Tues Â¬ Raleigh at Hong Kong for a file of interesting papers consisting of the day for re election Hong Kong Daily Press of July J Dr Miles Norvo Plastoro 25c at all drucglsta and 14 and theChinaMail of JulyO Lieut Rodman was in the battles Texas Land at Manila under Admiaal Dewey and behaved with that usual Ameri- Â¬ Attention is called to the ad of can gallantry His vessel has now Mr Loraine Rogers offering a nice to Hong Kong for docking tract of fine Texas land for sale This returned to scrape the bottom which has be- Â¬ is a good chance for a man of small come foul means to fix himself up in a good We thank Mrs Rodman for her home thoughtful kindness jrjjr Cleared the Patch Thieves visited the watermelon patch of Mr John T Gallehue a ten- Â¬ ant of Mr Howard Black on Friday iwiCf ttiirl effort nm lkrill nf unj iiiviwn w lfl lllpH mm onjv size in the natch We would advise the farmers in that section to sleep with one eye open the rest of the season - The only line running three double daily trains to Evansville without change with high back coaches and parlor car The direct line to St Louis running two double daily trains with high back scat coaches and Pullman sleepers through without change Tickets on sale at L N oflice this city For information as to rates route sleeping car booths etc call on A V Hite agent L N It II or address B L BRYANT II C Moudue TPA Asst G P A Skin Diseases For the speedy and permanent cure of tetter salt rheum and eczema Chamberlains Eye and Skin Ointment is without an equal It relieves the itching and smarting almost instantly and its continued iie effects a permanent cure It also cures itch barbers itch scald head sore nipples itching piles chapped hands chronic soro eyes and granulated lids Â¬ Dr Oadrs Condition Tovrders for horses are the best tonic blood purifier and vermifuge Price 23 cents Sold by J W Gayle and LoCompto 31Gayle ly Co T l in vqoiyj jyi jqjn jqy - Thss handsome table nhog any inlaid top and shelf Qqr ajrjrjp m I aii mi mm 1 yyty jyu n mjt up igntfi lymji up JQi JJi Jp JJ vurfp y0 WW FkF M V V M 2 R Rogers But compare- tho last lot you bought somewhere- elso and tho first - jj S Sons JT lot you buy from mo and you will soo a difference that it lasts longor hums brightor You will note fl H fj 1 H - Jyr A TT ElTlWJ T gives more heat and produces THE- - less ashes than any coal you havo over bought for tho sumo price JT lk Xmdle rititTtAMAnAm j IMUIiiJIlul rci rnnniii- - inn ititriuwt iuu A nrrinmirVT r urnucancAi r n 66 u n ni n n rinn rntiuni nrrinr niiurn uluianu urriut uainco7 rnr-lnil-- r a 001 I main tppkt r HA N IvlOR 1 K I MNUiMl PERSONAL Mr G Tilford Olark of Lexington Avns liero ycstcrdny Col Green R Keller of Carlisle was hero this week Hon Harvey Myors of Covington wits hero yesterday lIugheB 1b visiting MIbs Laura friends in Lexington Mayor W S Dohoney spent Satur day and Sunday in Ohio Mr Rhodes Shackelford of Rich- Â¬ mond was hero this week Â¬ Mr S D Johnson and wife are in INew York City this week Capt Thos Todd of Shelbyville Ava8 in the city Thursday Mrs iBnra Sublett of Lexington is visiting friends in this city Rev George Darslo returned from Tlemingsburg on Wednesday Mrs John Kopp of Georgetown visited friends hero this week Judge A RollinB Burnam has returned home from his vacation Miss Mary Harrison is visiting friends in Lexington this week Mrs Will H Hoee visited her parents at Winchester this week Mr Chas D Bercaw of St Louis Jtfo visited friends hero tina weeK Mr Frank Brantner of Pittsburg is the guest of Mr Pat McDonald jr Â¬ -- t Halnllne d wife of Mt Mr Sterling are visiting relatives here MR JSi nf t lnof day Dr R D Rash of St Louis Mis souri visited friends here on Tues- Hon Geo W Long has returned from a visit to his old homeatLeitch--ilel- d Miss Jennie Quinn of Georgetown was the guest of relatives here this week Mrs Ada Garrett visited her son Dr N M Garrett at Camp Miles last week Miss Pauline Hardin State Libra- Â¬ rian visited friends in Danville this week Mr Egbert Stephens and wife left Tuesday for a business trip to New York -- n health county Mr Will Buckley has gone to Phoe- Â¬ nix Ariz in hopes of improving his Mrs W JScottow and little daughter Vella are visiting friends in Lex- Â¬ Mrs Jt C Â¬ o a S Miss iiiioise ua rv is the eruest ol relatives in this ington nesday turned from West Virginia on Hubbard and children re- Â¬ Wed- Â¬ Â¬ Miss Sallie Hockensmith left Thursday to visit her old home St Louis Missouri Mr Frank D Bull has gone to Miss with a view of Greenville locating Miss Mary Watts Brown returned from a summer outing on Tuesday morning Misses Maggie Kernan and Mary Evans have returned from a trip to Lexington Miss Julia Showalter has returned from a visit to Miss Mary Baker in Louisville Mrs WAnderson Gaines has re- turned from vial ito her patents at Warsaw Ky Mr Will ODonnell and daughter aiavo returned from a trip to Wash- angiou nitv Mrs Martha Stanton is visiting her aaugnier iui b v w wuiooj cik Crescent Hill Mr Grant L Roberts wifo and children have returned from a trip to Louisville Miss Julia Hoppell of Cincinnati 3a the guest of Mrs Geo W Ohinn on Main street Mr John L Amsden and Mr Geo B Minary of Versailles spent Sun- Â¬ day in this city Mr John W Mastin of Woodford county visited relatives and friends Jiere this week Miss Louise A Milward of Lexing- Â¬ ton is tho guest of Miss Margaret A Lewis this week Mr Haner Bohannan of Chicago is the guest of his father Mr Jos L Jjohannan tills city atjdd i7nwh0M ato miipb nf imi nencewas the guest of the Misses Scottow last week Prof Mc Henry Rhoads has been holding tho Shelby County Teachers Institute this week TVTloa Tvnrn Ovm tim linn rnhirnflil vvnrilllUkJ from a visit to her aunt Mrs W D Louisville Reed of Mr Chandler of Richmond was tho guest ot Mr Jas H Dorman in this city on Sunday Miss Harriett McOluro has returned from a trip to New York Boston and other eastern cities Mrs O H Mandeville will open fa a branch millinery establishment in Georgetown shortly Mr Chas F Denson of Louisville was tho guest of his sister Mrs W II Jeffries on Sunday rf I j i Mr JameB F Edwards AM LL Miss Mattie Wilson Miss Wilson was a thoroughly loveable Christian young lady Her health had been Residence Properly and Vacant poor for some time and she was pre Â¬ Lots at Public Sale pared for the end when it came She In order to conipletp the settlement of the es was a member of ihi Providence tate of Mrs V u Hunt deed I will oiler her In rue situated Baptist Church and the funeral ser- Â¬ Program of literary entertainment end of resltlenee propel ty streets at southern Shelby and Ioan nt public vices were conducted by her pastor at the city school building at 8 hi ine niKiie u uiuiier on jioiiuaj sepl 0 sale IbJH Â¬ oclock Wednesday evening Sept 7 at me court nouso door in Frankfort Ky at Rev E P Wright from the resi fir1nnL tun l The proflieity has been divided Into lots dence on Thursday morning The win oe oiiered separately and then as a wl Music Orchestra nun soul in tnat way wnicti reallzs best priori sympathy of many friends goes out Welcome Address Prof Mcll Sile to ne tor one third cash balance In II to the stricken father mother sisters Ilhoads eiiiMlaniounts wlthu i yearn m una nen io secure percent Ii iroiii uiie deterred parr llecital Mrs T C Cherry and brothers Fijamc Chinn Address toIVaehors Gov lintdley tu ac Extcutor r n l Solo Mrs P II Newman MATRIMONIAL Heading Orginal poem Eobt Bums Wilson At the First PUBLIG Duetto Mrs P II Newman and Baptist Church in Lexington on T Brislan OF Address Prof T C Cherrv Wednesday Lieut Est in Hieatt Co Solo Ben Bret J M VanDer MssJenyeroJu rued from Old E Second Kentucky Volunteers veer d New port News on Sunday even- - and Miss Mary I Warnock of Lex llecital Mrs Cherry ing ington were married by llev Prea Quartette Mr J Tevis Cobb and Mr Grant E ton Blake In order to settle tho estate of James deceased the undersigned his executo Lilly two able attorneys from Richoner at public saie on Boarders Wanted mond were in the city the flrst of the births J 1 TUESDAY SEPT week Heglnnlngat 10 res at I have two rooms for light house three miles fromoclock n in on his lateJeon Mrs Nettie Alexander of Fayette the Julian On Saturday last to Mr keeping or will take boarders to tuinnike all the Frankfort ner onal n lands and county was the guest or her lather Chas owned by tho said decedent at the time it H Julian and wife of this occupy the room Apply to Mr W J Hughes in this city this death as follows V IJONALDSOV IUKS jKO county a son Alexander weight week The farm upon which said decedent lived fui many years trnntliK on the ieoribtowii tun Cor of Second and Steele Sts 81 pounds Mrs Mull and daughters Misses 1 lt iieandinree10Dnines irom FruiKrontherecontaiiui 4H acres upon which Is a lbs Maud and Jessie of Cincinnati are fortable two story tlwellluu house with m More than twenty million samnles visitinir Mrs James WricrhtonShelbv rooms and barns stables and o her outbulldl of Deyitts Witch Hazel Salve have ANNOUNCEMENT also a larue deep pond and snrlni of never street inir water verj near tho housrf All tho laud Is IU UU11 B Crittenden of ers Mr Orlando iL better oroof ot their con Km s it about til acres what liinii the StedmanGreenville Miss who has been the 4l r ff at Jt tt i n u We are authorized to annriK town turnpike wlilcli fruiirs on the above do- -separated from uu villi Wl II O Capt i n umn iiuuiauiii ua nifj Hallway cures piles burils scalds sores in county T J a HARDINfor of Owen scrined larin oy tne73Kentucky Midland lias on It on Mondav Congress containint 105 and 100 acres wnicii oandMate tis the shortest space of time Tvler c in this the 7th Congressional Dis- Â¬ two small duelling houses astables state of cult Mrs Kate Mauer of Washington Hemphill lloth these farms are In high 41 trict subject to the action of the He tlon and aroot tho best character of lands City who has been the guest or her that neighborhood publican party si8l er Mrs Anni B VanDerveer has The personal property Includes all farmi Shelby County Fair Implements wagons cart harness plows returned home gear mower and hay rake and tour No 1 eows several tons of clover hay and seven Mr Frank Todd of Kentucky The Shelby county fair opened bushels of clover seed 31 Avenue West Side who has been Tuesday the 23dinstand continued ME3 The household and kitchen furniture will bo sold at the miiih time and place by Mis Jim living in Chicago for somo time is at trl iliiitln who Is tho owner of It four days under the most favorable home for a visit m casu interms of thotne for all personal pro The sale lor land oiie tlurd cash J mice in naiidand two jenrs with six percei Prnf J Durilev Coleman who has auspices Fine weather and a splen- one army liie did program called out the largest been recuperating from his tcrest from date secured by a lien on tho la Further description of the lands will be in this city left Saturday for Louis- - attendance in the history of this the The Leading Specialists of America nlshedon the day of sale and may be had upon ville and Harttord gecond oldegt association in the liiiuilry before that time of the undersigned 20 YEARS IN OHIO SAML hh MAKT1N and EBBN MARTIN Mrs Sallie Berryman and daughter state Fxeeutors of James Martin deceas 250000 CURED Mrs Theresa Barbour of Lexington Frankfort Ky August 10 lfaOS td The mosfc interesting event of were guests of Mrs W H Posey in Thursday was the fancy rig ring this city this week WECUREEMSS10NS IP Nothlnc can bo moro domornlizinc to Mr Clms F Harvev wife and which was carried off by threw Shelby young or raiddlo ngcd wen than the nres daughter who have been visiting beauties dressed in national colors They enco of theso nightly losses Mrs J B Lewis Third street returned driving horses named Dewey and produce weakness nervousness a feelinx disguatanda wholo train of pyiiiptoms of home on Friday night Sampson On Friday the cake Thoy unfit a man for business married r 1BW lifo and social happinoss No niattor Mr Saml O Bull jr and Mr Harry walk attracted the largest crowd of whothor causou by evil nanus in youtn of Greenville Miss who Graham natural Weakness or sexual excesses our have been visiting relatives here the meeting The Board of Direc Â¬ Now Method Treatment will positively euro you tors are to be congratulated upon their lelt for Home on Monday evening The lurire farm situated nt the Forks of El Mrs Maggie G Olark Miss Katie success this year as are the stock Â¬ horn 312 miles trom Frinktort on the EranK tort VClneliiiuitl railroad lately occupied bvll M Baker and Miss Pearl Allen of holders who realized a nice divi Â¬ Reader you need help Early abuso or C Church Is for sile Tho place contains about later excesses may havo weakened you Lexington were guests of Mrs Geo dend Policies about two thlnls of whchh splendid Exposuro mny havo diseased you You A Lewis Second street this week ElKtiorn uotioin nun uio remainder excellent aro not f afo till rurctl Our New Mothod blue aiiM a liuiil Tho residence Is a comfortable Miss Maria Lindsey will return will euro you You run uo risk Tpv A fl Smitliftr nnfl wiffi ntIOH w bvo story Irime ultuated mi an eminence com i n beautltut view ofthe vllliiReol Forks uinndliiK iiuuwuiuhuuwij wuiuubi uimuiiu Angles uai who nave oeen visum one fourth of a mile distant and the f Ktkhorii his father Mr L N Smltuer of resumed her lessons in music Elkhorn Creeks one ofuhlch iuiis litilr around Young Man You aro pale fceblo oz Jt Truesville returned home on Mon- the larin There Is a largo modern barn for and haggard nervous irritablo and ox stock a d a hal mlle track on the place nlth day citablo You becomo forgetful moroso and a great all other sultalle out tnilldliigs Clever Man Leaves Us blntehcH and nimnles find rlrsDnnilfnlyrinklcd faco stooping abundance or never inning water tor all pur Mr J H Browning c erk and ate- sunkon eyes poses a rauroau hincion posioiuce scnooi- form and downcast counttnanco roveal nographer to Judge B L D Guffy ot Col 5 Houmh mui cmircn uuiuiiiigs iiieiu signt or tne tho blight of your oxlstoncc C Iluthuwuy for several the Court Qf AppealB naJ returned tlnelllni The place will bo sold cheop i n on very easyj from hia vacation at his old home in years Superintendent of the Gas and WECURE VARICOCELE terms as to payment and tr not sold by tiiu lutij uowling ireen Jn lYtnffn imro enrinna TTrtnr CflBft TTlflV or septeinuer win oe rented ior nexijeai torn Electric Light Co of this city left bo or how lonpf you may havo had it our ruttner particulars uumy to i ranK uniun trim Mia3 jviargaret A Lewis returned on Saturday night for his new home vfrw Klllrtll ilIIRAPMHWT will fort Ky or to tlio rmderslfiieii at Mn aa Dufl Saturday irom a two months vacation Block Louisville Ky euro it Tho wormy veins return to John C Russell Bpent in Washington uity fiiiiauei at Charlotte N C oi tr tnolr normal condition nnu nenco ino sexual organs receive proper nourishWe regret exceedingly to lose Col phia Richmond Va bpottsylvania ment Tho organs bocomo vitalized nil county Va and Lexington aamsjBSLZua Ilnthaway and his popular family unnatural urains or iosjcs ceaso nnu nJrt fnmnnrftTV nnnltt nrTrtj ntnrn Miss E Florence Miller of Louis- from our city liiiidfif tinf n nnrinnnnnf ciirfl naRiirnil He has made the NO piKKA- NO GUUK NO PAY ville daughter of Rev P Gait Miller Slrerintcndent of the tras works NO DliTEN- TION NKOERRAHY S will leave for her home Monday after UL TION FltOM J1USIXESS an extended visit to Mrs Delia Blake- - that the company has ever had and Farmdale to advance the Inter more of has done much CURES GUARANTEED Wo treat nnd euro SYPHILIS Miss Flossie French returned from e3ts of tho company in the way of nTTTT TfTMrrVSJ TVIIflTfiNdV a visit to her mother in Springfield new and improved machinery in J STItlCiDHK VAHICOOELEWT SEMI- ITT4- I noiui 111 AllIUll Ills on Tuesday She was accom- - traduced into the works J0NSULTATI0N NEY diseases panieu oy ner sister iuibh jennie CHARGES HOOKS FREE Q TREE M Vory low rutoa will bo In of- who will visit relatives here linnVD AHW rf nnnliln In nll wrltn all points In llSchoo Bulen m ifoct fromCincinnati ami tnoh rofor a QUESTION HLANK for HOME iBouth to Mr Thos P Davidson and Mr W I turn via tho Queen a Croa- THEATMENT Lexington two mem M Metcalfe of Jcont Kouto and Us connoct- r XI2S uur uuy scuouis open on luonciny lln linen during tho who bors of tho art preservative have been employed in our office for next Sept 5 for the new scholastic a couple oi weeKs returned nome Nearly all the teachers have 122 W FOURTH ST Saturday nicht havine completed the r eeii away on their vacation and we CINCINNATI O work thev came to do it wm- - ZilNatlonainncampraeniml doubt not thcy aro invigorated iHiWill I m ifl1 LWzm Mrs jas P McConnell of Wood it jt unci refreshed by their rest and will Sept 5th to 10th 1898 fnrfi fi0nntv trave a charmintr enter- tainment on Tuesday night in Honor outer on their duties with renewed J Tiokota ttyJSopt 3rd will9thboinclusive on aalo to JtlS of her guests Mrs E O Piatt Miss 60 YEARS i nf We have excellent schools sjRoodroturnlntrBoptldtnJ Stone and Mies Thomas A largo mllfa1nnillMlll EXPERIENCE mnMMl hxtnnnion of limit to Oof number oi guests wore present IuIVC COIpS of iiwi m tobor 2nd can bo Hocurod i teUClierStliat WOtlld nnnn J rbv donoaltlnir tickot with IlJIIltlU Mim hlnrr Mr w K LawIh be hard to beat it matters not where j SlJRJl Joint Asront Dull on your Manmrqt A Lewis Miss Louise Miss Ticket Atront or writo for A Milward and Mr J B Lewis who tiie ot lers may come from full Information to There will no doubt ho the largest g wont up from hero In 0 lV Hell enrollment of scholars that there has t mft Vlnnat trnlll over been and it will tax the build Xrllnnrvlrn In thn Rnllth Through Trade Marks Baxters Dental Rooms ings to their utmost to hold the Dr i nrRinrjs XU Pullman uioopors on nnnnuuiuu Main street opposite Opera House scholars GnPYniQHTS notihiiiiKi trninn run uanvi C 29 tf may Bavnnnan description Fli from Jnckaonvtllo Afvrn onillnd n skotch and froo whothor on Un our opinion V Atlanta Columbia jacon nulcii Docket of the Court of Appeals Comniunlca Mf Vii Tllrmlnnhniii Mnrlillnn NOW liivontlon luiiroiinblynatoiitublo For broken surfaces sores Insect strictly rnnUdontfal Handbook on Iatonta llVV nrlnnnil KnOXvUlO tlous AuhovillO auonoy for securlnK patonta sont froo Oldest f Chnttnnooffn OlO IiOXlnBton bites burns skin diseases and es- Â¬ Iatonta taken throuuh Jtunn A The docket of tho Court of Appeals tpecial notice without churKO In tlio Co recolvo uiuumuit mruuKii lu nMnlMMOI tflf1At pecially piles there is one reliable cnantru via iuu iuwuua remedy DoWlttWitoh Hazel Salve for tho fall term has been printed It Scientific JUnciicnit When you call forDoWitts dont ac- contains 432 appearances 20 ComLarueit d r A handaoraely illustrated weeklr cept counterfeits or frauds You will monwealth cases 86 are on the argu oulatlon of any sclentlflo lournal Terma 93 a rear four moniua fu oom uymi not be disappointed with DoWltts ii 9 On aaiBroadwa Nfiur YnrH ROUTE Witch Hazel Salvo Tyler Hemp ment docket 18 were passed for argu Â¬ 4U 6 V BU Washington D a ment at last term Branch Ontco hill Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i trf j Â¬ B University of Notro Dame Ind Is visiting Messrs John and Louis Meagher South Side Miss Lizzie Hudson who has been visiting friends at Ilarrodsburg re turned Thursday night Master Julian Ohinn who has been away on a vacation has returned homo and is right sick Dr Porter Prathor and wife of Lex ington were guests of Dr John L Long and wifo this week Miss Anna Kriener of Paris has returned home aftor a months visit to Miss Rachael Cromie Mrs Geo AV Chinn was called home by the serious illness of her son Master Julian Ohinn Misses Fannie and Bessie Lewis of Woodlake were guests of Miss Mar garet A Lewis on Monday Miss Preston Vineyard of Lake land Fin 1b the guest of Miss Mabel Gufly on Wilkinson Btreet Mrs Agnes B Guthrie nee Blackburn is the guest of Miss Annie Steele on Washington street Judge I T Risley of LaGrange was the truest of his sister-in-laMrs J L Bohannan Satutday MisB Madge Burnam has returned from a visit to her grandfather Hon Curtis F Burnam at Richmond Mr L B Kohnle wife and daugh ter of Fort Worth Texas are visit- h Stives i their old home Mrs W W Smith and son Master Charlie of Oynthiana were guests of MMcDod on Â¬ Â¬ DEATHS Dkmpskv In this city on Sitndny Flouring Mill I - Private School 1 Mrs Margaret Dempsoy ngod about Miss Alice Pllklnnton will open on Fcpteniber AND itnii ii iinviiin nliuoi mr ciiwircn tor terms 70 years jippiy 10 iiiii iieiuy sireet aomii side Mtnibei Mrs Jumpsoy va for niuny yearn HOUSE AND FARM FOR SALE iiiiiiien io iiiireu it ii trin uiriijivnijtii a very capable patient and success pnl of Sajre liistltme rexlncton Ky if rti l cnjie in u a en io iV u LeXIUKtoil Ky ful nurses in many of our best fu tu Â¬ As my health Is rillln I offer AU lll lin for silo my lles The little ones were devoted roller Hour mill it rhouseorand lor nil lor itcd in 1 llinvll e K tin a irni acres jiinn nmr to her and her gentleness and kind El vllo at u In mi n Tli- mill H ii lnl miluf Kindergarten and Nursery mill with a wood run rf custom and liis been ness to them was admirable lately lull ted with Nordjkc fc M mnii lntoct Improved roller She va3 buried from the Church of corn litismachinery Ine unlnc baircs outfit diifor I liaw estahllshed a list class Klmlemnrten per iiciitmcliy of flirty ncuo i iorcaiuireiuinii r vi years or ace not Rood mik- the Good Shepherd on Monday AIo iithe nuue lotnth nttiilifil Isui q doh and Kirn They will If ties red he Un oclock Wilson At the home of her fath er Mr 33 F Wilson near Wood lake this county on Wednesday morningat Â¬ with the mill small dvell Imr hoiiHviuid hltickiinltli shop with a loo1 set of tools M duelling I j an tUlit room fnine of two stories with all necessary i utbull iIiik iiic till Â¬ ing n nool fiamo barn ilio lot Is well set In lino fruit trees and the caiden with all smal fruts A kooiI well of lusting water at the door and Ice house on t if place The farm N all In iis except twenty llv1 neros whloh Is In eiiltlvition this far fas a nooil dwelling tobacco bam and line tichard upon lr Ifjouwiint a bargain call unci pe me V U IAHKEIt AUif 27 lm Elinvlile Ky lessons on orpin nun piano I will also tal I hey names io rai e ironi mrtli will he mill the cure oi an oxnerleiiepil hump mui uin 1 raised on cows tnlik They will have a mothers1 wue iiiciiiiuii n ami and in woouiorii count For particulars apply to AIRS JAS V COINS Attn 13 lm Mlllvllle Ky Â¬ - SALFj FARM AND STO Â¬ a 5 H 4 1 J 19-tf i im sc aa lino U ivw o If MP fBLLI JARI SALE OB RENT rv uii oii i 1 Â¬ T T tLow Rates sCincii i i Kennedys Kergan tBiif I mr IffliG A uJm i I 11 - - llSBiEa ims m 11 JlA i i a I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ueen Crescent um - to mm tiitoiiiyiiikliiiMLL Vf rmMA4- - in M M 5 Dry Goods Cloaks and Notions Ever brought to Frankfort Our new goods are arrriving daily Si M WEITZEL WATCH OUR ADDS Wilt lia e big bargains in all ilejiartments 5t ODONNELL NOTICE Our 5 store was closed at but will Juiy and August 7 be Sopen 1 during every night m 26 a pm wtiiitL uuuriitLL ft 7iif 3iBiS9 vessels loaded with troops and muni- Â¬ tions of war have been ordered to Private Jno D Quin Co E proceed at once to that place Third Kentucky i Frankfort boy Secretary Algers visit to the camp has been made a corporal in his com Â¬ at Montauk N L has caused the pany evils complained of to be rectified Mr Stewart Moore son of Mr and the condition of the soldiers is so improved Gen Leon L Moore of Fort Worth materially Texas and formerly of this city is Wheeler writes the President a member of the Rough Riders President McKinley is taking a Surgeon Ncvil M Garrett of the two weeks trip away from Washing Â¬ Third Kentucky has been put on ton City and while away will visit the Division Hospital Staffaud is at Montauk N J and other camps the General Hospital in Camp Ham- where sick and wounded soldiers are stationed A number of wrongs will ilton be righted and much suffering be Hospital Steward Sam B Rodman prevented in the future Fourth Kentucky Volunteers has It is announced in Spain that be- been promoted to Surgeon and as Â¬ cause the Phillipine insurgents are so Â¬ signed to duty at Fort Thomas New bitterly against the idea of havingany port Ky portion of those islands returned to Lieut J K Dixon Co M Third Spain she will send more soldiers to Better not try that Kentucky Volunteeis who has been that country Our folks dont gen quite sick at Camp Miles has been little caper brought to his home on the Wet erally let a skin game be played right under their noses Side in this city WAR NOTES Â¬ i j and of the Third Regiment has been appointed Provost Marshal of Lex- Â¬ ington by GenSangerand is sturdily at work He has already accomp lished much in the prevention of of disorder among the soldiers who visit the city Scuds for His Sick Boys 0 J HFT Hlwfe wmiJ3Fm Gov Bradley hospital trains Newport News Chickamauga to soldier boys The first train has chartered two and sent one to and the other to bring away his sick is accompanied by Assistant Adjutant General W S Forrester and is under the charge of Dr U V Williams It left for NewÂ¬ 5 ft 6 75C n 41 0 I V mh Mr h r rv The first New Hampshire Volun- Â¬ teers and Second Missouri Volunteers numbering some 25U0 men with their camp equipage passed through this city Saturday Highland Sunday en route to Camp Hamilton at Lex- Â¬ Lieut F5tin Ilicatt Co E Second ington There were big Kentucky Volunteers is at home on to welcome the boys and crowds out cheer them ten days leave of absence Lieut on a their way Ilieatt says that he has enjoyed fine All the soldiers who are to he health while in the army mustered out will be put through a Private Charles Netherton Com Â¬ strict medical examination before pany E Second Kentucky Volun- Â¬ being discharged so that the depart Â¬ teers is at home on thirty days sick ment will know whether they are leave Mr Netherton was very ill entitled to be pensioned or not This at Camp Thomas but is much better record will be signed by the soldier now and kept on file in the department Lieut Chas D Clay U S Regu This will be just to the soldiers and ulars who was wounded at Santiago to the people who have to pay the pensions is visiting his wife nee Miss Pepper and child here Lieut Clay had a Coporal Preston A Gibson Co M close call but is all right now Fifth Illinois Volunteers now at Owing to the ugly rumors from Camp Miles Lexingtondistinguished Manila and the position taken by himself on Saturday by saving the Spain in regard to the matter several lives of two ladies who were riding out in a buggy when their horse took right at a street car and bucked on the track Young Gibson saw the New Brick Street situation and jumped from the car seizing the hordes bridle bit as he One of the best pieces of work that jumped and cleared the track just in the City Council has ever done was time Young Gibson is a cousin of to order the building of the brick the editors of tills paper Did you ever see one street from tho State Capital grounds Did you ever hear of one By a cablegram we learn that our to the St Clair street bridge It is a Most certainly not Con- Â¬ young friend Private I lord Brown splendid improvement and while sumption is a disease that of the 7 1st New York Infantry Vol Â¬ the property holders may have invariably causes loss of unteers who has been down with grumbled at the price they have had flesh yellow fever at Santiago is conva- - to pay just now in tho long run it If you are light in weight le cent and left that place on Wed will provo tho cheapest thing tiiat even if your cough is only nesday of last week for Montauk N could have been done for tho city a slight one you should J and will doubtless reach that En line with this in the march of certainly take place before- this reaches our readers improvement is the action of tho Council in ordering still further President McKinley sent the fol Â¬ work in the building of brick streets of cod Ifoer oil wilh hypo lowing letter of congratulation to on Bridge street Main from High phosphites No remedy the Christian Commission of tho to St Clair Ann from Main to is such a perfect prevent- Â¬ Army and Navy Broadway Broadway from Ann to ive to consumption Just Madison Washington Aug 25 the moment your throat By reference to the advertisements John JMiCook Kq Chairman begins to weaken and you Executive Committee of the Army in to days paper it will be seen that1 find you are losing flesh KltVMtMN IlWTITCOlUT and Navy Commission New York the contracts for this work will be MOLMK K THOMVSj Xliul IllT you should begin to take it have noted with let on Friday next Sept ii Dkau Sut NKLLIK TIIOM Vnt Di fti And no other remedy pleasure the admirable work the All iiMiis lmliis rlHlins mnlnst J 11 Thorn Wo hope and believe that the U8 iloctUstnt an- - liurultr notlilml to imuut tin has cured so many cases and Navy Commission organ Army to nu pioeii ns itiiultvil b Inn or up of consumption Unless bed by the International Committee notice of all flrst class contractors for mine lutoio unwind iiow tin Mime iu rmimIumI ijfiii Young Mens Christian As so such work will be drawn to this1 b lius ou or batnit aontumuoi fj 1MK of tho you are far advanced with W IOSKY elation has been accomplishing for the work and that tho Council will bo this disease Scotts Emul- Â¬ Com r c c physical and social welfare of our i st in- Â¬ sion will hold every Hoping tho able to make such contracts as will soltliors and sailors Hair braids puffs and face curls ducement to you for a It is a matter of I am innuro good work good work may bo continued mado and braids mado perfect cure faithfully yours great Importance and we are sure tho on Miss Nora Holoman over Call No f21 All Druggists ioc and i Wll MAM MtKlXLKV peoploat largo will commend them Fast Main struct Frankfort Ky Scorr Hownk Chemists N Y of this city for It IS 5t Capt Noel Gaines 1WfVVVVVWWWWWWVWW The First Kentucky Volunteers now in Porto Rico are likely to re Â¬ main there for a considerable time The several detachments have all been thrown together port News on yesterday evening over O road at 740 oclock the C The following ladies and gentlemen went as nurses for the sick sol- Â¬ diers Dr Flora Mastin Miss Mary Page Miss Jennie Gaines John PI Stuart II C Montgomery Dr J II Gra- Â¬ ham J II Browning Jno W R Williams J T Flynn John Per- Â¬ kins and Mrs John Davis and the following detail from the Bradley Guards Capt Jno W Pruett Capt Jno Davis Corporal Sam Slaughter Privates W B Williams Wm Johnson and Geo OB Robinson The second train is accompanied Col- Â¬ Adjutant General Dan R lier under the charge of Dr Sam E James It left Lexing- Â¬ ton this morning for Chickamauga The following detail from the Bradley Guards go as nurses Ser Â¬ geant Sam Sanders Corporal Clar- Â¬ ence Jones Corporal Frank Moore Corporal Roy Waters Privates Jas 1 Smith and C E James This is a noble work and one that appeals to all that is good and pure in the hearts of the people Ken- Â¬ tucky will never be behind in this work so long as such warm hearted people are at the head of affairs Nothing will be left undone to minister to the wants of our brave boys in blue Â¬ All wool Suits Kentucky 1 A Fleshy GENUINE TOW LINEN SUITS Consumptive at 300 Genuine Flax Linen Suits very fine 450 I Â¬ Scoffs Emuslion Huntington and Frankfort Cnflys Condition Powders are jiisc what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food but medicino and tho best in use to put n horse in prime condition Prico 25 cents per puckage For sale by J V Gayle and NOTICE Jr 1 LeCompte Gayle Co 11 A purse containing eleven dollars and some cents and somo valuable papers tho property of Mrs Mary J Iurdy was lost somowhero on tho streots of Frankfort on yesterday A liberal roward will bo paid for its re Â¬ turn to this office GiMt I i W MG59J9QIHHHHHB9HHlHiHHSBHi8HIHHHHIHHVIHIHHIw HIHHIflillHHRRHHIHBUHHHHHHHi 42 I imi fojkrf tf alfliiflfcinMmMiti j jutttjuzffl 4 - Tie Framfort RsHafiDit Kritered lit thn tmstoMei lit Kranlifort Kciituck j us seioiiil clMNH niiillahlt mutter 3Z TJ7rHyy7 v vgjE wwaw gyy vt BARGAINS I HAVE a v yy y y w yy y Irry97y7yqzyqj FOR THE PUBLIC Sliorwin -- XTST Williams Mixed GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub SRPIEMDKU fl I kmmmW til Hard ware Lime PKA2CKFOHT 18D8 Plaster Glass About the Capital 4 Last week a gentleman anil liis AVhips wife residents of the city of Louh Tin Steel Hoofing Sash ville worn visiting friends here and ttLuHKff lwkn- MLJPh Doors Cioc leery Ware Belting embraced the opportunity to take in Guns Pumps Leather all the p tints of interest in and c Cartridges Wall Paper Threshers about our fair city k They fell completely in love with with the town and its situation say Â¬ ing that while they hail occasionally been hero in the past they had never 9 taken in all the beauties the quaint ness and coziness of the town When they came to visit our ele- Â¬ yzsSS gant State capital they were astonished at the old rain shakle icccipt of yours of the 14th inst Revenue Assignments our and were loud in their condemnation making Inquiries regarding of the shameful pai simony of the brother to aure you that there is The following are the assignments I beg Legislatures of the past in refusing not the slightest foundation for t lie of revenue ofticera in this division of -- CASH QUOTATION stigma report of the lo s of the exp dition the 7th district as made by Collector to do anything to remove the Best Patent Flour per hundred ROYAL 230 which has long rested upon the WHICH VOUr nroilier COnilliaiUieU nnlnrkfnrllmiwnfl rmlomW QUEEN deductions in 2nd Patent Flour per hundred 220 name of our State on account of her The details of mybe too lengthythis to direction would stoiikiipirs Family Flour per hundred DAISY 210 public buildings nliwp liefnve vnu suffice it to sav that Low Grade Flour per hundred FANCY 200 is -- uch that T ami G 13 Hale jr to W A Gaines They greatly admired the situation my information GO Corn Meal per bushel of the capital and the grounds with perfectly confident they arrived Co No 4 the close the c H Morgan to W A Gaines 50 Corn per bushel their beautiful coating of blue gras safely inBoth of theirwaters ofwere vessel river Shipstuir per 100 lbs 70 They did not blame the people of fullv seaworthy and able to en- - r o XT o 4 additional for feeling outraged at the counter anything they might have A I McDowell to W A Gaines it Custom grinding Wheat and Corn a Specialty Frankfort way things had been run They to contend with in the way of rough Co No 4 additional keenly tho O P Carter to S J Greenbaum felt as Iventuckians oi humiliation that all who come here slmre to place them in perfect safety Jonas Sugden to S J Greenbaum feel at the disgraceful condition in 1 have however sent word to my bt Micneais to spiui a which they find the public buildings people at tn Aiornviiin Alismnn nn o J additioual ILsSLllJiLl Tf ii1uii nf WVi run Stco m ni J x WMUW 1J iiifiji WOOdsOU tOJohllCOCll tlin i ivnr nnrl nvnwt hv tho llivt of thus about our State buildings what October to have letters from the ran v Co No 37 1S9S receive sealed proposals BRICK miM tliose of other btates tnniK whole or t lie party Just asoonas W L Baker to J no Cochran for the proper grading and the 1 get any information I will be only of us Co No 37 additional to give it to you in tne Sealed Proposals For Grading construction of the road bed of is idle to talk about the State not too pleased It David llarp to Labrot A Graham Streets meantime rest assured that every Â¬ Bridge street from Bridge to being in condition to do this or that thing is all right I am not aying No o2 Second street said road Something ha to bo done and that this to assuage your grief It is my J M Hendricks to Labrot it Gra The undersigned will until 12 be prepared in accordance bed to candid opinion that they are per- - ham No 52 additional with right away Â¬ oclock noon on Friday Septem the plans and specifications The battle that has raged for over feetly safe Very faithfully yours J M Withrow to E II Taylor Jr ber 9 189S receive sealed pro- Â¬ made by the City Engineer D M fifty years over the location oi the 11 ClIILCOTT ik Sons No 53 posals for the proper grading Woodson to be seen at the office capital has demonstrated that it Jno T Berry to E II Taylor jr and construction of the road bed of the City Clerk and crowned will never be moved anywhere else Labor Day of Main street from St Clair to and shaped ready to it Sons No 53 additional receive This everlasting waste of time and Jacob L Cox to J N Blakemore High street said road bed to be money in this fight must stop and the brick and the undersigned Gov Bradley has issued the follow- Â¬ No 9 in accordance with will at prepared the people generally of the State ing proclamation in regard to Labor the same time receive the plans and specifications sealed proposals for furnishing A B Piper to J N Blakemore were perfectly willing for it to stop Day Monday Sept 5 D made by the City Engineer and were agreed in having a bill State of Kentucky Executive De No 9G additional vitrified brick sand and all ma- Â¬ Cortez INT Kash to W A Gaines M Woodson to be seen at the of-Â¬ looking to the erection of suitable partment con- terial as specified by the City Proclamation in Â¬ fice of the City Clerk and crownbuildings passed last session and it formttv to the statutes of the United it Co No 100 Engineer and the work requir- Â¬ II T Givensto W A Gaines ed and shaped ready to receive ed to pave said portion would have been done had not our State andofthisStiteSeptenibero is of Bridge lies a the brick and the undersigned and Representative been set smartas a lefal holidav anda suit- Â¬ Co No 10G additional Senator labor day This is ignated II CPayne to W A Gaines it will at the same time receive street said work to bo let as more interested in political records able and just recognition of those provided by ordinance passed settled proposals for furnishing and uolitical nie than they were in who in workshop field and else- - Co No 100 bottling WmM Saitell to E II Taylor vitrified brick sand and all ma- Â¬ by the Common Council Au- Â¬ so much to looking after tlie interests of their where have contributed gust 19 and 23 189S hcr build up the material lesouices of the jr Co No 113 AVe wmilfl people terial as specified by the City En Â¬ W S DiiroxKY to E II Taylor gineer and the work required to i and implore those who are setting up ill iiiiffi- iwiii Hi Mavor megs for the next Representative of lai mcs be clo ed on that Kin and J Co No 113 bottling the pave said portion of Main street Aug 30 td ers excuse as many of to select such a man us will attend that eiimloN with vitrified brick said work stoiiiiviiiik g a romts tlieirlaimrei asthey can conistenilv stiictly to bushier antagonize no so 1G ol toil may congre Brawuer to E II Taylor to be let as provided by ordi- that the miin BRICK interests make fiieiuls of all tlu gate in large number- - and enjoy the nance passed by the Common Co No 2 suae anu Jr Phil Nippert to Laval members and thus gain their holidav set apart b other Mayse Council August 19 and 23 1398 SQaled p al8 Por Grading good will and assistance in this work National Statute for their benefit No 11 W S Dli II ON ICY Streets 31 ISMS Tli3 Aurust or lbaoliite nece sin Mavor Eugene Craig to Glen Spring Dist William O Bhadlkv We have had enough of time Governor ol Kentucky Vug 30 td The undersigned will until Co No 7 serving tricksters and politicians 1 12 oV ock noon Friday Sep B Walcutt to J it J IU SafTell What we want now is a business nxr tember 9th receive sealed pro S The artist who is in search No 91 JDJ3JSJ man who will devote his time from of attitudes descriptive of GAUfirHS posals for the proper grad ami poses depicting torture the first to the last day ol the se sion Warfx f suiu nnpr need not go to tne G W McConnell to S J Green- Â¬ Scaled Proposals For Grading mg atii construction of the road 4flv to doing this one thing K ot Chiibtian martyrs bed of Broadway street from Streets old If he could only baum No 9 ft will bea monument to his memthe walls fxW see through thousands Ann Street to Madison street J M Uu sell to E II Taylor jr ory whoever he may be that will into tens of The undsigned will until 12 said road bed to be prepared in of homes all over this A Sons No 53 and Labrot eV Graham have last long after he himself shall land he would see No 52 oclock noon on Friday Sept 0 accordance with the plans and mouldered back to dust w omen undergoing tortures in silence BtoXi P Honors to V A Gaines et 1S9S receive sealed proposals specifications made by tho City such a man Fellow citizens find without complaining for the proper jrudim and con Â¬ Engineer D M Woodson to be 100 elect him by a bi majority and neiore wuicn uie Co No V brief ordeals of the E li Hedges to W A Gaines et struction of tho road bed of Ann seen at tho othce ol the Uitv compel him to serve martyrs pale into Co No and Blakemore No street from Main to Broadway Clerk and crowned and shaped nouungiiubs No one but a 95 Universal Peace Proposition strcci saiu roan oeti to no pre- - ready to receive tho brick and i iwnl woJlil v of the W T Crosthwait to E II Taylor pared in accordance with the the undersigned will at the sumo the storjvJLV jMZZZ re in Czar Alexander of ltus ia has iiiiiiriiiiKi the Jr Co No 113 Jno Cochran et Co plans and specifications made time receivo sealed proposals disDair to the crowned heads despondency endured by wonu and who No 37 and J P Williams rect issued a letter DM by tho City Engineer n brick ol furnishing vitrified asking that a general conference be carry a daily burden of ill health and pain Woodson to be seen at tho office sand nnd all material us speei to Cured of JJciilnoss Cannot to the establishment of because of disorders and derangement are held looking of tho City Clerk and crowned tied by the City Engineer and the delicate and important organs that permanent peace among the nations distinctly feminine One of the worst By local applications as they cannot and shaped ready to rccivetho work roquired to pave said troubles of this hind and also pioviding for a geneial le effects of system The toitures is upon the reach the dieased portion of tho ear brick and tho undorsigned will the so bravely nervous portion of Broadwav street with cluctlon of the armies and navies of endured completely and effectually shatter There is only one way to euro deaf Dr Pierces Favoiite Pre ness and that is by constitutional at tho same time receive sealed vitrified brick said work to bo the nerves the powers sctiption is an unfailing cure for all weak remedies Doafnoss is caused by an proposals for furnishing vitrified lot as provided by ordinance These propositions are heartily ness and disease of the feminine organ inflamed condition of the inuconc healthy It lining of the Eustachian Tuba When brick sand and all material as passed bv the Common Council favored by some of the nations inter ism It makes it strong and allays inflammation henls ulceration and this tube- is inflamed you have a spocinetl by tuo uity engineer August 19 and 23 1S9S ested while others look upon the soothes piin It checks exhnustitig drains rumbling sound or imperfect hearing It tonen and builds up the nerves W S Dkiioxicy thing with suspicion and and for wifehood and niotlieihood Good and when it is entirely closed deaf and tho work refiuirod to pave whole fits Mavor charge that there is a very largo medicine denlers sell it and have nothing nuhH is tho result and unless tho in- - said portion of Ann street with just aa good flamation can be taken out and this vitrified brick said work to bo Aug 50 td cat in the meal tub my Inst cliiljl yrts Iwrn thirteen ye nrs lui0 restorod to its normal condition Sincelet as provided by ordinance trouble I ifivc Mifft rert Iroin uterineOK o lioailllg Will iUO inotvnvnil loroei wriiH Mrs Paul ntvrnine of lelhco Campbell Glad News IS Pliotocs for 25 Cents I consulted seernl doctors nnd nino cuhos out of ton are caused by passed by the Common Council Co Tenn I Jitiu tool much medicine but found no miel in which Is Hery month catarrh condition nothing but an sur- Â¬ August 19 and 23 1S9S very bad health for twelve jenn of tho mucous A great success 1 am still making Erom tho following letter which I wns in bed n week I before the monthly period flamed W S Dkiionicv to l een lit bed n week nfter 50 them at Matterns by Miss Joe Murphy nnd four moiithh InM uno o1Hk1 I wns just like face will give Ono Hundred Dollars vas received summer for Mayor Wo pounih in four lot iwentj it will be seen that there is the very a corpse I Iwas couv linjc six much I wns con for any cabo of deafness caused by w August 30 td mouthb When youcull for DoWltls Witch I MilR red heyerely by consumption best of reason for believing that our bldered In in my buck bearing down pains in catarrh that cannot bo cured cirUaol Htlve the great pile cure dont from pains Halls Catarrh Cure Send for Auer tHkiiig accept anything else young friend Capt John T Murphy the womb cIiIUh ml cold sweats Medical Oiv culars free Jont bo BRICK STREJETS fourbottlert of Dr Iierceb Golden talKou in to accepting a suostuute nnd auer hix and his party were not lost as re Â¬ covery my courIiIiik stopped 1rescripUou my J F OIJEENEY CO Toledo O Tylor for piles for sored for burns ported some time back by the sink- Â¬ bottles of Ir lierceh Inontewere passed with CSold by Druggists 75c period became regular nnd 19 Soalud Proposals For Grading et Hemphill more wj than out pain tiivr l am flehhy surprised to hce na ing of their vessel thoJossie Streots nre My eer lefore goodnolKhtwrs after liuvlug huen me health me in huch Skattli YVsirM Aug 22 13 exe- Â¬ Ihe Kind You Have Always Bought so low Boara tho JSllriii Josephine Murphy 101 WhipTho undorsignod will until 12 Constipation causes ami aggravates nmny Bignatuxo ping street Franklort Ky It is spaudily cured by office oclock noon on Friday Sopt 9 of ljjvu Miss MuuiJiY I am in serioiib lisensus Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets - Iron Spokes Wagons Harness Cement Plaster Hair Brushes Wheels Wire Fencing Paints Lead Oils Hunting Goods Pirns Agents for Favorite Furnaces Peerless Engines MllfeiJl vAi7 s s s rs J s7j7zzyttyZ8 IvXaiia azid COLLI N S St Olair 3treets L B ROYHL MILLS Weisenburgh Proprietor vy llt Frankfort Kentucky i M ii STREETS thPi-ofm-- Â¬ STREETS l STREET Â¬ K i M I A y tm lr W JN vl- - ii Â¬ - i - - -- -- Â¬ OASTOBXA Â¬ Job work neatly cuted at this M r1 mmwmmmmttimW mmmWmilm I m m IS a 1 M A if 1 k M W k For the Next THIRTY Days I Will Offer-- THE RADIANT HOME Cook and Heating Stoves -- 1 1 f Aiii ZTT i iMMlhh S ut With XXth Century Fire Pot CALL AND SEE THE STOVE IN OPERATION graatlsr reduced prices to cat cLo7r 3toc s - k r JfePP Street Name Changed AT MY STORE Tin and Iron Rooffing1 and Glittering1 and Repair Work solicited cxc Happy Ridge For some time a proposition to change the name of Main street South Side has been under consideration by the City Council This has Anally been done and now that handsome thoroughfare will be known as Dewey street Â¬ Declined Hew Dr Tas M Frost who was elected President of Georgetown Col- Â¬ lege by the trustees last week has declined to accept the position Prof Arthur Yager has been elected chair Â¬ man of the College Faculty and will have geneial charge until the trustees succeed in making a successful selec- Â¬ tion Friends of Ilev Dr W C Taylor of Jefferson City Mo are urging his name upon the Board of Trustees Dr Taylor would make a popular and eilicient President Thanks We are under obligations to Uncle night Day Mr Sam Forkner called on Miis Elijah Mason an old colored farmer It was Hallie Rossell Sunday last for a splendid watermelon P E Butler of pack train Xo 3 Miss Agnes Brawner had one of the finest we have seen this beau Sunday night Mr Oscar a new writing from Santiago De Cuba on Clark July 23d says We all had diar season Look out Nettie in or less violent Papas Oxly Child rhoeawhenmore landed we had noform we time and to see a doctor for it was a case of Forks of Elkhorn day to keep rush and rush night and the troops in ammunition and Mr Lonie Cannon and sister rations butthanks to Chamberlains ca Stella made a Hying trip to our vil- - Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy aa we were able to keep at work and BX1 lage last week an keep our health in fact I sincerely Bn am wmo w n r uif jiu Bwiicis believe that at one critical time tins an l the charming guest of Miss Willie medicine was the indirect savior of BO an Stead man our army for if the packers had B Missis Adeline Jameson and Flor- been unable to work theie would an ence Fasly will be in our burg Sun have been no way to get supplies to Bn an tfvEiASBanaaMMWM We know day afternoon Paul and NeKon the front There were no roads that Bn aj My comof nothing better to tear the a wagon train could use nows your chance Bn lining of your throat and rade and myself had the good an Dr Pinder has returned home lungs It is better than wet nn fortune to lay in a supply of thin an after a visit at Millville feet to cause bronchitis and medicine for our pack train before Â¬ j The katydids are hallooing katy- Â¬ did Look out for Mr Front Mrs Lonnie llucker of Hemp Fudge was visiting friends and rel- Â¬ atives in Ilarvieland last week Mr John Baker of Honeysuckle died Friday and his remains were placed in the burying ground at Antioch Saturday morning Mr and Mrs Thomas Goins are visiting relatives on Dry Ridge and their daughter Miss Rose Anne and Miss Kittie Moore are keeping house until they return Old Batch Mr Ira Semones called on Miss Annie Smith Sunday last CRITICAL Miss Cleora Marshall had a new beau Sunday Mr Micheal Spaulding iuue a cnarming young gentleman Messrs Theodore Bryan and Josh Allen were seen going to Tiger Sat- Â¬ urday evening Hard to catch Sick or Well a Rush Night Mr Chas Buford visits Miss Ida And Day Semones quite often Mr Harry McDaniel is on the sick The Packers at the Battle of Santiago list this week Their de Cuba Were all Heroes Messrs Willie Roberts and Lew Heroic Efforts in Getting Ammunition ellyn Smith called on Misses Rose Anne and Kittie Moore Sunday and Rations to the Front Saved the I Mr John Birchfleld and wife were the guests of Mr John S Pierce and family last Sunday Mr Levi Pierce and wife of Forks of Flkhorn were the guests of rel- Â¬ atives here last Sunday Rev Alex Smither of California is to preach at our church Thursday night Everybody invited They Our trustees are hustlers are having a well dug at the school- house which will be very convenient Mr James Jenkins says his tobacco has grown so tall he thinks he will have to get a stepladder to top it BUI ananaanananunananauanarjanan U2Fi2tt2C2k3a2UUaBaU2UU B2 fix LU rn ua rn an B3 en nci fin 113 Unequalled This is the proper expression for our We are showing the latest spring stock All new styles CO ca u an 153 ua an U3 Pi en ri an an a an ran an EC 2 TIME an B3 an BH an B3 SWASH FABRICS LADIES SKIRTS At lowes prices 7 ca na us BCI Daring the Battle of Santiago an Ba an azi ca da an ra an oa Bn an Ba B3 CLOTHING For Men Boysand Children ca an nci an ra an ca an J an It is na 433 en ea an na Our an rcn an an Ba an Bd an BiT an Bi1 an Bn an B an surprising to see the vast number of Mens and Boys an Suits we show at prices lower than ever B3 an Bin an B3 an Bunnells Line bo an t Mothers know that we always display the very newest neatest and nobbiest suits for the little ones in Â¬ Â¬ Bn ca Sd an Keep Frankfort We have the sole agency and control of the well known Duchess Trousers for men and boys You know every pair has a written warranty You should try one pair and you will never buy others Â¬ na ca an ua en an Bn an nn an Bn ca nn Â¬ an Bn an Bn ca Bn an Â¬ Â¬ nn ca nn ca nn ca nn t- - Only keep it pneumonia up long enough and you will succeed in reducingyour weight losing your appetite bringing on a slow fever and making everything exactly right for the germs of consumption Stop coughing and you will get well Â¬ IO lill ill cures coughs of every kind Miss Leonora Moore who has been quite ill we are glad to state is much better Sarah Featherstone and Mrs daughter Miss Jennie are visiting Mr Marion Featherstone and wile in Union county this week Miss Anna Vickers gave quite a swell party Aug 81 Every one pron mncect it lovely Thoe present weie Misses Lutie Snllie and Mat Lucas ltobeita Moore Daisy Hock ensmith Carrie Brock Lillith Spicer Lixie and Bsirher Adkins Susie Shaw Biidie Topa s Sal lie Suter Messrs Paul South J Morris Brock Ilorndon Adkins Stuart and John Luc is i Bell llu s Kstes FBell Frank For eo Jerry South Nelson Alley of Frankfort Richard McCon- nel J S Poindexter of Suiter Ov i a- - Mi I we left Tampa and I know in four an rn Our footwear for Men Ladies cases it absolutely saved life an The above letter was written to the rn The newest shados and styles manufacturers of this medicine the C1 Shoes in black and colors at 2 Des cn Chamberlain Medicine Co Moines Iowa For sale by J W an Gayle nn Removal Bn ca B3 i in and Children is immense Bn Ladies beautiful Custom na Mens Shoes at all prices faa nn ca nn ri r an r rn an CfJ We move our store to the Duvall building opposite the courthouse September lo on Si Clair street 1SS Git ass GitocmtY Co 1 td Frankfort Ky ca ST53 i9 kScs3 jRia kzLo 4 a suvr nraBfta ynsss m 5aassa H ui nn ca But Bn ESTABLISHED 1877 ca BaBnrnrnBnrnrnTrnrnRnrrnn nrnrnBnBnrnnnrncnBnnnBnDn fwucji v j j jtvj tv - janananauajajanananananati FOR A SUMMER CRUISE TAKE THE COAST LINE Mackinac Excursion Sept 7th the Frankfort it Cincin- Â¬ nati B R will sell round trip tickets to Put os key and Mackinac Island Mich at tfl2SU good for thiity days parlor furniture y Ciane PcakTwill To MaGkinaG NEW STEEL PASSENGER f It i An ordinary cough disappears in a single night The racking coughs of bronchitis are soon completely masAnd it not too far tered along the coughs of conare completely sumption cured Ask your druggist for one of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Foil Sam bacco Dr Foreman of Sanders Ky has come back to our town to practice again Ho is very welcome in our The farmers are busy housing rnr iAYin ikttih A handsome set Apply to Mrs 52 It - COMFORT SPEED and SAFETY to- Â¬ SSWtfttJhtJijtOHHl41- STEAMERS midst Luxurious The Oroitest Perfection ct attclnci In Oont Construction Equipment Artistic Furnishing Decoratlvti unci UUlclcnt Servke Dr Ayers Cherry Pectoral Plaster It will aid the action of the Cherry Pectoral If ynu lmvn any mmplnlnt wlmt ovur anil tleslro t ho lioit nntlloil nrtvlcu you ciui mmiiiuiy onuiui vrltu m frtoly Vim lllrtelvou M pruiup reply that may bo ofuruut valuii to yuu AMrnsi uu j v Aiuiii juwuii iiiitua i Mib s Mary Hampton of String- town is the guest of Miss Anna Pierce this week Miss Kiln McDade of Imminence w ho has been hero visiting relatives has loturned home Mrs Martin Fllis is on the sick list again Mr Burnett Harrod of Swallow field has rented Mr Wm llaydens store and is going Into business by the llrst of September Dr Kate Jenkins of Louisville who has been visiting friends hero is to return home this week To Detroit jilaGiis Detsen No other Xlue ofTers n panorama Foun Tripb pen Week Mm of Bag Day FstosReij Gtiicaso 60 miles of equal variety ami iuterest ano Night Service Between Toledo Detroit and acldnac DETROn Fire AND CLEVELAND FOR SALE BY- - Berths 75c Conuectiotisnre miule at Cleveland with Karliest Trains for all points Knat South LOW RATRS to Picturesque Mecklnac nud Southwest and at Detroit for all and Return including AteuU and Uerths points North and Noithwest Approximate Cost from Cle eland 17 Sunday Trips Juno July Aug Sopt0cl0nl from Toledo 14 from Detroit 1250 EVERY DAY AND NIGHT BETWEEN PETOSKEY MARQUETTE THE SOO AND OULUTH llach direction SI SO Stateroom 175 Si R ROGERS SeptlMy SONS CLEVELAND Send A 3C PUT-IN-BA- Y AND TOLEDOi for Illustrated Pamphlet m At 80HANT2 r Address MIOH a DITROIT SUMMER SPECIAL SALE OF CORSETS 100 150 100 150 175 150 400 II -- - CLEARANCE - SALE I -- nsro- - 3 cents cents 100 125 rMZ-A-iu- sr street COTTON AND PIQUE SKIRTS price MILLINERY 50 75 II Cant Break Corsets Cant Break Corsets Cant Break Corsets S Corsets S Corsets Thompsons G Corset P D Corsets 69 now S9 now 75 now 98 now now 115 now 115 now 275 for for for for Hats Hats Hats Hats former former former former 100 150 price 200 price 250 price 2 skirts now 1 250 skirts 3 skirts 3 now 150 uow 125 2 3 PIQUES 500 Pique skirts Paquin ruflle Pique skirts Paquin rufllo now now Sashes S350 All Silk Moire Sashes fringed ends now 2 2 4 yards just received of these very scarce goods white black and colors 25 50 450 All Silk Plaid Sashes fringed ends now 350 All Silk Black Satin Sashes fringed ends now 225 RELIGIOUS WASH GOODS All Wash Goods at cost and less 1 SHIRT WAISTS 150 and 2 shirt waists now 50c gave the address taking for his A stubborn cough or tickling in the of throat yields to One Minute Cough Characteristics The theme Mr Anisden is an enthusi Cure David in effect touches Harmles OHTJRO- H- ostio and fluent speaker and his adASCENSION EPISCOPAL the right spot reliable and just what which was full of good thoughts Rev R L McOready rector Mr dress practical suggestions created a is wanted It acts at once Tyler and 40 Robt Emmet Abraham a assistant Hemphill bermon Divine service at 11 m Ironton deep impression upon the young men present by Rev W H Hampton of Dr Boiling This brotherhood service formed a The Holy Communion will be cele - fitting climax to the series of summer ILh removed his office to his resi brated in connection wmi wmeetings which through the hearty Young dence No 413 Ann street I IIc V1Sunday Bchool in the chapel at 945 co operation of the various Hours 11 to 1 Peoples Societies have been made Ilcnry property pleasant 4 S Wednesday afternoon at bo exceedingly helpful and the six 2 to Gto No 2i Services 40 tf Tho attendance of men at Telephone during 430 in the chapel cor- special meetings conducted All seats free and everyone by tho respective July and August Sad News dially welcome delegates from local societies has averaged 37 including ladies 45 Baptist OHURCii Rev M B while at the other three regular The many friends of Col E Polk 11 meetings held during these two Adams the pastor will preach at months an average attendance of 20 Johnson will he grieved to learn of m and 730 p m a will only is recorded or in other Avords his being stricken with paralysis The Young Peoples Society meet at 630 p m Wednesday night there was an increase of 85 per cent Col Johnson is Special Treasury in the attendance of men at these Agent at Eagle Pass Texas Col Prayer meeting special meetings a the Ohapel at 945 Sunday school in respective Johnsons wife will bring him to his To the classes for young men am Specialand all are cordially in- societies members of the who have so cheerfully and home at Louisville as soon as he is Seats free in such an efficient manner assisted able to be moved vited in carrvinc out this summer program the Association Committee extend You invite disappointment when Rcv George their sincere and hearty thanks Christian Church you experement DeWitts Little Darsie the pastor will preach at 11 Early Risers are pleasant easy thorough little pills They cure consti A Pretty Home The Duty of pation and sick Headache iust as Provoking Others sure as you take them Tyler Evening subject The Gospel EpitMrs L Kehr who some time ago Hemphill 49 omized purchased a lot on the corner of Sec- Â¬ Young Peoples Society of Chris Dr Miles Nerve Piasters for Rheumatism tian Endeavor meets at 645 in the ond and Logan streets from the chapel Leader Mrs Sue G Polk - estate of Col Hiram Berry has let Buying Cattle Repentance and Conver- the contract and is having erected Topic utiK oiuii j cottage home ii verv nrettv Mr Joe Graddy of Woodford Prayer meeting w eunesuay It will have five rooms bath room county bought ninety five head of at 730 a11 modorn heifers in the Farmdale Junior EndeTvoi melts Friday Jcitchen uncl celar with c ana nanu- - neighborhood giving 31 to 32 cents improvements gas aftoi nnnn nt 4 oclock somecabinet mantels Theslyle of the arr Graddy wants about 50 fine Sunday school meets at D30 The public will be cordially wel- house is semi colonial and is of very shorthorns to cross with his heifers escomed to all these services and pretty design The plans for the for stock cattle pecially strangers in the city building were made by that capable BUCKLENS ARNICA SALVE serarchitect Catholic UHUROH The usualKov and hustling young contractors Mr are morrow conducted by The Leo Oberwarth vices to tho pastor The best salve in tho world for Father Thomas Major m High mass Messrs J 13 C S Scott The cuts bruises sores ulcers salt rheum Low mass at 730 a complete will cost 1500 and fever sores totters house banned hands Vespers at 730 p m 10 am will be an ornament to that part of chilblains corns and all skin erup UHURCII T7TT5tm tions and positively cures piles or no PnTaVlTBlAN the city pay required It is guaranteed to Rev Mr Crawford of Danville will give perfect satisfaction or money repreach at 11 a m and 730 p m uSL fi X IE --A O 25 cents per box For funded Sunday school at 945 a ni meets y The Kind You Have Always Bougfit sale by J PriceGayle 15 ly W Christian Endeavor Society room Bears tlo at C45 p m in Sunday school even Signature of Prayer meeting Wednesday G A R Low Rates ing at 730 have Truth wears well Methodist church Rev George learned that DeWitts People Early The L it N railroad will sell Little to H Means tho pastor will preach at Risers are reliable little pills for round trip tickets Sept Cincinnati 3 on ac commencing to day 11 a ra and 730 p m a m regulating tho bowels curing consti count of Rational Reunion G A It Sundav school meets at 930 They at the low rate of S1U0 Epwofth League convenes at 545 pation and sick headache dont griiie Tyler Hemphill A V Hitj p m in tho ladies parlor 49 Agent Prayer meeting Wednesday even ing at 730 p m meets Tuesday even- Official Board Chapter Officers G AR ing public cordially invited to at The Frankfort Chapter No 3 Itoyal tend September 3d to 9th inclusive Â¬ the Frankfort Cincinnati H 11 Arch Masons held tho regular an Â¬ Church--Re- v Southern Presbyterianpastor will will sell tickets to Cincinnati and nual election of ofllcers at its meet Win Crowe jr the return at 190 good until Octo Â¬ ing on Thursday evening with the preach at 11 a m and 730 p m following result school at 930 a m Sunday C is tho only ber 2d The F Young PeoplesSocietv ol Christian T N Lindsey High Priest Â¬ 045 p m Endeavor meets atWednesday even Â¬ route to Cincinnati with quick serF V Keyes King vice Call Three trains daily Prayer meeting II II ltoberts Scribe ing at 730 on tifket agents for information L J Cox Captain of Host To all these meetings the public Is regarding cheap side trips from cordially invited M P Brown Principal Sojourner Cincinnati during the encamp Â¬ O M Furr Master 3d Vail Rov George Darsio returned fromÂ¬ ment J K Xjvtox D L Holland Master 2d Vail and reFlemingsburg on Wednesday 21 AGPA C M Jones Master 1st Vail addi ports a good mooting with V A Kaltenbrun Treasurer tions to tho church Farmer Secretary lien pick- Â¬ J as T Smith Steward Y M C A NOTUS and Tyler F les Leg broken Prof Crawford of Danville will cited speak at tho Mens Rally to morrowr Sing n rwui oclock se Mr Will Jilack son of Mr James nivnnnnn nt conducted by Mr Frank D Hull ap- Â¬ Black of Pea liidge started for his All men Forty five minutes borvice de- Â¬ homo last Wednesday night on invited as horseback As he was passing Du is conducted by the St Tho servlco Andre wh Brotherhood last Sunday valls store on St Clair street tho was one of tho host wo have been horso slipped and fell breaking Mr privileged to attend at tho A M C A Blucks leg at tho ankle lie was Mr R 13 Abraham had general charge of tho meeting and was as takon to tho Sacra louse a physi Â¬ by elated in tho devotional exercises cian summoned and tho fracture re Â¬ Prot othor brotherhood men while be dis- Â¬ duced IIo Is getting along as nice as pianist Wayland Graham acted as possible and Mr J L Amaden of Versailles Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ teW s MASTIN IDIZTLtZZZZ I3ST- - Farming Implements Wagons Vehicles Harness c Agent for Champion Binders Reapers and Mowers Old Hickory Wagons Columbus Buggy Co Buggies Hay Rakes Cultivators Disc Harrows Machine and Harness Oils to By Goods anil Try My Prices Before Goiii Elsewhere Only MONDAY AUGUST 22d We shall offer rare bargains in every department in order to clean but our stock and make room for 0ZrrnnhiflBt Â¬ Â¬ iiiii I Â¬ Â¬ two-year-o- NEW FALL GOODS Which will soon commence to arrive This will be the opportunity of the careful housekeeper to replenish her Table Linens Towels Napkins Sheet Â¬ ings Cottons c at ridiculously low prices Como and avoid the rush Tuesday is Black Goods Day Â¬ Â¬ O I Â¬ HEENEYS Dry G oods Emporum 311 Broadway Bid fi m Â¬ m m Wp J Bm H Vi I 1 to -- - Â¬ THE LEADING rp POT rfz na Â¬ nuliri D3ALERS I3ST- Hai dware Paint i OkC 11 ninii Â¬ In making your you must have strictly pure selt spices in order to curo th handsome pearance and flavor sired And it just important that you use pure cider vinegar Get al these articles at AverilPs Drug Store and you will not appointed For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Boars Signature Tho first term orthoMnry Cardwoll Cruteher Academy of Jetls Kv will begin the second Monday in rcpiM im inst lie now school room now in pro Â¬ cess of construction will he furnished Willi elepint single desks maps clmrts and all tho helps found In an school Sept 31m 1 oiCLzMc Â¬ 1 Try tho Capital Steam Laun dry for a clean shirt or collar 10 tf Telephone 17 vWfArtkMjUHLV L jd f AMfl ff W P ff i fiftr 1flHHMP 7 1 iHnnnnnnnnnnnjinrmnrLTLfLrirLrmrmnJirLrin Our New Leaders In Clocks I mrutrLruxi 5 The accompanying cut represents one pattern of a celebrated clock line we have just received It is the cheapest and best made 8 day clock in the world Oak case 23 inches high 15 inches wide and sells as follows Â¬ 8 day strike 250 8 day strike alarms 300 ilal Compare these clocks with any made as regards Price Finish and Workmanship We also carry a full and complete line of Iron Porcelain Black Enamel and Nickle Clocks A uuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu uuVl SELBFRT Jeweler Frankfort Ky i UUinJlini LTU lXnnruxivLriruTnJxruTJuuxrin AppoititmentCancelled Park Concerts Advertised Letters at Frankfort Ky M- - Owing to tho fact that the County The seiies of concerts given at the Teachers Institute will he in session Cove Spring Park this week by on Monday we are requested by iPrr Gurardi have very materially repuuiuou ui unit Mr South Trimble to withdraw his iiuulu iu uiuhis contemporaries n tlernan and appointment to speak on that day A gentleman from St Louis Mo lie will however address the who is visiting here and who attends the open air concerts at the parks people next county court day in uiai city mines nun uiu tuutcu Swnllowtield j Monday night was a fine one in everv resnect and fullv eaual to that The crops are much better than a nntori fnr if many farmers had expected Their its music loving people late rams nave certainly been a very The concerts will be given to night great help to our corn and tobacco morrow and Mr L N Smither sold to Mr B F Watson of Harmony six head of Revenue Taxes Collected long yearling heifers for 150 Mr Fred True sold to Thompson Henry of Peaks JMill 3 calves for Deputy Collector Jacob Swigert 40 has collected revenue taxes for the Eld A C Smither and wife of month of August on 1170 barrels of Xos Angeles Cal spent two weeks whisky containing 46458 8 10 tax visiting friends and relatives near S51 0nol8 in taxes our place hilo here he preached Mr- - Chns Wiard has been appoint at Peaks Mill re twice and once turning to his home the past week en Janitor at the Custom House in occa J to fin the vacancy Protracted meeting will betrin at this It Vernon on Sept f held by Revs sioned by the death of Mr W S H Burdin and J T Burton Saffell Mr Wiard has been deputy Mrs Nannie Suter and her mother clerk in the office of Mr Walter G Mrs Bettie Tyler aie visiting friends Chapman U S Clerk in this city and relatives in Carter county am ig ft cupable and efficient young Quite a number of our friends have man the Casey county lever pretty bad and are expecting to move up there Appellate Judge ExoneuataijIjK soon Lm ia Below will bo found a list of letters remaining unclaimed for the week ending Sept 3 1898 McNeill F M Bell Ida Penny Fannie Bowormaster Price Ena Grace Bransom Nettie Redman Garret Reid Zeke Demur Mary Schloter F G Drye G M Sizemore Henry Drenbin Helen Washington Freeman A M Mabel M Hoskins Parker Wesley S W Kid well Ligo Weston J A Manley John Mallory Mabel Turnkey Frank- fort Vance Persons calling for any of these letters will please say advertised S B Holmes P M For Sale We Beg No Favors We Deserve Them We are asking for business J that will save buyers money and Â¬ Arguments are Useless Ltet the Goods Talk Our Wonderful New Stock of Will offer for sale at the courthouse door on county court day in Septem- Â¬ ber the house and lot situated on the corner of Third and Main streets South Frankfort formerly owned by This is a Will the late Win McEwan very desirable piece of residence win property 49 Sloes Hats School Boots and Stationery make friends outshine rivals victories and sell itself on its merits every time i lt J Andrew Cain Exr ES J Jb 100 O 5f JL iJzJ First class thoughout and com- Â¬ bining style quality and elegance with prices stricly fair acres of land In Leon county Texas 7 miles from Centervllle the county seat with a popula- Â¬ or 400 It lias a very good 3 room house tion and a barn and about 40 acres of land Is In culti- Â¬ vation Price 3550 per acre One ihlrd cash and easy terms on tho balance Correspondence LOItAINK ROGEHS solicited Waco Texas Nose leisEpleOQlenPira HEADAOnEcurcdin20 minutes by Dr Miles Pain Pills Ono cent a doso Atdrugglsta Judge W W Jones of Adair county was nominated as the Re publican candidate for Judge of the Wanted to Exchange Court of Appeals to succeed Judge A beautiful suburban place of 2 Jos II Lewis on Wednesday last acres in grass improvements a brick at a convention held at Lebanon cottage of five rooms with galleries Â¬ Will exchange for a small place in Judge Jones is the learned and capable Circuit Judge of his district at the country Apply at this office present The district is very close 50 tf politically Contract Let L K TIME TABLE No1j P 4 5 M Wo are anxious to show you our goods but we ask for your patronage only when they give complete satisfaction 18 No 17 No SOUTH Lv Lexington Mlilwaj AM AM 845 917 U50 11151 1114 ir Frankfort Cnrlstl unburn Eminence Lanranga Anchorage Louisville 503 716 30 3J 6l7i 10Jj 03 Hi lfi 7 43 6122 f50 807 121J li41 717 745 810 Mr E W Bosworth has been awarded the contract for putting down the artificial stone sidewalk around the block at the corner of jtfain and St Clair on the northeast side The work is being pushed right along Andrew Steele Killed NORTH No 16 No IB No 20 r i mm k SI 212 St Clair St Frankfort Ky world This fact and its merit has led dishonest people to attempt to counterfeit it Lookout for tho man who attempts to deceive you when you call for DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve the great pile cure Tyler DeWitts Witch Hael Salve has the largest sale of any salve in the Hemphill 19 Mr Andrew F Steele proprietor of a livery stable in Versailles was Lv killed in that city on Wednesday afternoon by Mr M J Hughes a lumber dealer Steele was shot three times and died in about two hours ir Tho trouble was occasioned by a political race in which Steele was defeated by Hughes some three years ago Steele had a knife in his hand and cursed Hughes so the story goes lie was buried in tho family lot in this city on Thursday aftornoon Â¬ PM 200 237 314 331 357 A MJ PM 515 5H8 Louisville Anchorage Lagrange Eminence Curlstlansbnrg Frankfort Midway 720 755 825 8521 9 12 4 32 Lexington 960 53 1025 5401 1100 A young fawn colored Jersey heifer was stolen or strayed from my place on the Versailles pike litis been 75J gone about a week A liberal re will be paid for her return ward 52 1 1 J as W Shaw 628 656 M Â¬ tf b tf ifa fa Jb W W M W W W W W W WW W rb W W W W W W W W W THE POPULAR KdddH4i 4 4 4 tr rt ir SOMETHING NEW We have ffllMHUIpilJUClllMtS Cough Remedy in our home for tp1 many years and bear cheerful testi Â¬ I ffc tjf fc U f fo It fU tl J mony to its value as a medicine which should be in every family In 1 4sf w w w tp w J w rib fc W w iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuniMiiiiiiib coughs and colds wo have found it to W4 5 bo efficacious and in croup and whooping cough in children we deem tibtbibtbl it indispensable II P Bitter 4127 Fairfax avo St Louis INlo For sale hy J W Gayle J used Chamberlains J w4wt StPwW if wtbibtbi ttbbbtbi 20000 bolts wall paper at 4c Jtbitbtbl and upward Agont for Deering Jnbtbtbtbl mowers and binders Oliver lbbtbtbi plows Studobakor wagons bug- itbtbibibl Main street and gies stoves DECORATION DAY AT HOME St Clair streot XT T T fs 6 M A Collins Jan 29 ly irp rT rjj Tjpz Should ho observed by having your din Â¬ tbbtbi btbtH vK KltVMC K I i Â¬ It ner more special iu dainties than usual on tho verge of Bummor In our high grade stock of grooeriea wiuoB and vegetables you Hud fanoy and staple supplies that will oimblo you tu prepare a dinner for a king and are uspeoinlly appetizing and Pills NEURALGIA cured by Dr Miles PAW Ouocont udoso At all druggists xtbwtbi ftbtbtbtbl J KKK1 TM WM CROMWELL tempting just Largo package of the worlds best cleanser for a nickel Still greater economy In 4 pound package All grocers Mado only by TUB N K FAinOANK COMPANY Chicago Bt LouU New York Boston FblUdalpbU now Attorney tvt Law 01 John Driscoll Tho loador in first olnss goods at low est prices Frankfort Kentucky Will practice In thi Also Real Estate Agent Courts of Franklin and the adjoining counUea anil will also give special attention to the pur cuose and Hale of real estate collection of rents claims and thenenotlatlon of loans BW H HACOV tf FT T iiiiiiiimiiPW WWWVniii x tb tb tb rb tb w tb tb tb tb tb tb t Vt t i si f i i V Vt - tbtbtbtbtbtbtbtbbtbtbtbl tbtbbtbtbtbtbbtbtbttebo tb4 w wtb tb wtbwtbtb wJ I 8 1 UPOJEZ OHXTIEl WIHSIBIE51 j I m BEAR THIS IN MIND FOE ONE WEEK ONLY CI Wo will have the greatest cheap sale over attempted in Frankfort Wo have had several cheap sales this season but none will ever compare to this one on count of the extra low prices we quote Wo are compelled to limit the time to one week only TT i - I OXTX Wo stnrt our price sheet with 10000 yard Fancy Prints for one week nt 10000 yurds best 5 oent Indigo Blue Prints cut to Ac for one week only 25000 ynrd best Hoosier yiird wide Sheeting cut toilUc for one week only 10000 ynrds best ynrd wide Bleached Cotfor oi week only ton cut to 5000 ynrds best Lotisdnlo Blench Cotton cut to Oc ynrd All our 10c 15c 18c Lnwns and Orgnndies cut to 5c 15 cent V ool Filling Dress Goods cut to yard IS 35 cent Wool Filling Black Goods inches wide cut to 2a yard CO cent All wool Fnicy Dress Goods nil shades cut to 25c Ladies Summer Corsets cut to 23c y m JP JB w No other store has ever attempted to sell goods at such extremely low prices before Judge for yourself at the prices we quote you below Wo have this sal e Wo need room for our large fall stock which is arriving daily to clean out every stitch of our summer goods Be on hand early this sale and the low pric will crowd our store as all our sales do Jta Â¬ Â¬ 4o 9c Lndies 50 ccnt Corset cut to JJOo Lndio75 cent Corsets cut to 4c Ladies Corsets cut to ic Ladies 125 Corsets cut to 8ic Ladies 150 Corsets cut to Ddc Childrens 10 cent Black llibbed Hoso cut to 4c Lndies 8 cent Black Hoso cut to 4c Ladies Seamless Black Hose cut to 7c Ladies 25c Fancy Hose cut to 13c Ladies Vests 4c Ladies 15c Vests cut to 8c Lndies 25c Vests cut to lic Mens Bone Collar Buttons cut to 5c card Ladies Mulin Gowns 75 cent grade cut to 48c Lndies Muslin Gowns Si grade cut to 1 t- - 7Hc Ladies 48c Muslin Skirts Muslin Skirts t grade cut tn 7rc Muslin Corset Covers cut to 19c Rubber Hnir Combs cut to 10c Belts cut to 10c Pins 3 papers for 5c O N T 3 spools for 5c Clarks John J Clarks 2 spools for 10c Wo place 25 dozen ladies fine Waists on our counters to go in tins sale at 2no They sell regularly at 50c Come early Lndits 150 Dress Skirts cut to Site 10 Ladies 2 Dress Skirts cut to Ladies 3 Dros Skirts cut to Mens line 75 cent Percale Drew- Shirts cut to 43c Mens Heavy 10 cent Socks ort to 4c Red Table Linen cut to 15 wild White Table Linen cut to e ard 75c grado cut to 12o cpnt Camlet Jeans ent to Good Heavy Jeans cut to 10c 1 Ladies Ladies 125 cent Ladies lll nm Come early and secure your share of these bargains as this salt is for ONE WEEK ONLY is y il y W H Mens Suspenders cut to 8c Wo have been very busy in our Clothing Mens Balbnggan Drawers and Shirts cut Department Low prices does it to 19c Mons Heavy Pants 125 grade cut to Mens Heavy Drill Drawers cut to 19c 83c Childrens Eazy Waists cut to 19c worth Mens good serviceable Suits cut to 289 35c Childrens Knee Suits cut to 75c Ladies Slippers in this sale at 39c Lidics Sailor Hats cut to 12jC Quart Bottles Ammonia cut toSc Childrens from 20o up Palm Leaf Fan lo Mens Fine Shoos 89c Good Heavy Shirting Cotton cut to 5c Mons Heavy Shoes 89c yard Ladies Cloth Top Dongoln Lace Shoes 10 4 Unbleached Sheeting cut to 12c 175 grade cut to 98c Mens Fancy Stiff Hats cut to 50c Mens Heavy Overalls 75 cent grade cut Lndio 3 Trimmed Hats cut to 1 to 43c LadleTrimmed Hats cut to 150 100 pairs mens 75 cent Cottonado Pants Ladie5 Trimmed Hats cut to 175 cut in this Mile to 25c pair This is K8 grade cut to 125 a snap and 25o will sell every pair in Jjtrt a short time You pay this price for Floor Mattings low ns 8c yard boys knee pants 4rj cent Carpet cut to 23c yard onranBagwniMaaiBwmBaw metueRnsxnxnasuanw amacieimimnntMwm 1 i At the only ST CLAIE STIREJiEJa n KsS Frattftit BouaflatiQiit SEPTEMBER Stringtown 3 1898 FRANKFORT Jt with a good AVe were blessed shower Saturday that revived vege- Â¬ tation wonderfully Mr Simon Cook Master Commis- Â¬ sioner of Shelby county and Capt Â¬ Curt llollister visited our town Saturday Mrs Etta llulette and family of our town visited mv nm xiuieuu and family near Baileys Mill Sat- Â¬ urday John W Harlow and Mt ssis Walter Clark went to LaU range last week to see their be t girls and took in the Camp Meeting at Beards Station belore returning home The piotracted services conducted by Hew Mr JohiiMjn and Mis John llarrod at Jacksonville closed last week Mrs llarrod preached some two or three sermon and of course the church was crowded to its utmost capacity to hear her ss it is something unusual to hear a woman preach Quite a number from here attended divine service at Uenson Saturday night viz Prof Leroy Johnson Mrs Emma Wade and children Mrs M Flicker and daughter Sallie Anthony Stump and and Mr daughter Weaieglad indeed to know that Mrs Martha Fucker has succeeded in getting her pension allowed her She we are informed drew near 100 and 8 per month so long us she might live as A Fuckers widow Mr Isaiah Wade quite an interesting batchelor of our community bays that he has missed the best part of his life by not owning a horse and bnggy and while they are so high and not being able finan- Â¬ cially to get the rig he dont know what coarse to pursue I advised him to get a tandem bicycle and he and his girl board that aud if it should run off the track they would not be seriously hurt and then they would have the pleasure of knowing they were both dumped We say its a good sug- Â¬ together gestion Mr Wilson Miles passed through our town Sunday morning with a Wilson takes every Â¬ sack of fruit thing easy lives on vegetables and other good things and laughs ami grows But I guess that blue round- Â¬ about coat of his is worn out as I never see him wear it any more I think he is stuck on a Prince Albert as all of us big men wear them Close Observer we want to hear from you oftener The fishing season is over for awhile Keep us posted about the boys and girls in your latitude who are visiting and who How is Br thoy are visiting A e Middlaton and Cieo Bright and are thoy successful practitioners Wanted to know who can give mo two tens for a live or exchange Â¬ Â¬ We employ no traveling men expensive circulars sell our entire output to the but as nothing gave relief we sent riders for cash only have no badissue no therefore can soil UKYCIjUS debts -per for a physician and it was under his S cheaper than any manufacturer in tho United States We never deceive IOO publicceiit the No in so sent subject to approval without any ndvanc care for a week At this time the I ono can succeed exnectdolnsoil Our blcvcles are in 1893 S 15000 bicycle whatever Wo and wo oniv wnnt tnmnimtim child had been sick for about ten 5 We much prefer to sell to S 15000 at a prolltof 100 each than 100J at J15 each V4 T n mnln nlhn xnnnnnc j j Anv mlc ntn smo mnln days and was having about twenty five operations of the bowels every twelve hours and we were convinced AMERICAN MACHINE COMPANY Columbus Ohio that unle s it soon obtained relief it l llIMIlIMIMIllll4lllIIWIMICalMIimilIMIMIWIMIl4lnillIMIlaillnlIMI4IMIMIIMIaiiallIHIHIalttJ would not live Chamberlains Colic lyr Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy was recommended and I decided to try it I soon noticed a change for the better by its continued use a com Â¬ plete cure was brought about and it Zilpah CL is now perfectly healthy Bogg- Stumptown Gilmer Co W But few to report on the sick list Vn For snlo by J W Guylo Among the number are Mrs Sam Teachers Institute Mitchell and Miss Annie Cook Mr John Perkins and wife of The Franklin County Teachers Inllatton were the guests of MrC W stitute will begin a fivo days session Â¬ Perkins and family Friday and Sat nt the Courthouse Monday morning urday last They were joined in the at 10 oclock The instructor is Prof holy bonds of matrimony Wednes Â¬ T C Cherry of Bowling Green day last Long may they live to en Prof Tlios Ford will deliver the joy a happy life is the wish of the address of welcome Scribe Many interesting papers will be Built on strictly scientific principles and of tho highest grade Ipad and discussed Teachers will materials Prico 35 Fully guaranteed How can wo do it Miss Annie CjoIc is confined to her find the subjects fully outlined in the Simplicity in conatruction and not belonging to the Type- Â¬ room with catarrh of the stomach syllabus writer Trust result in an honest product at an honest prico Mir s Bun Roberts of llatton was Prof Loer of Lebanon Ohio will Yon need a typewriter It adds tone to your business and is tho the guest of Miss Otha Perkins her deliver an address on primary draw- Â¬ greatest time and labor savor of modern time Tho Blickons ing at the AVednecday afternoon sescousin Saturday and Sunday derfor is tho only high grado machine at reasonable cost Darablo Portablo Visible Work Interchangeable Typo Un- Â¬ Several from this community at Â¬ sion friends to education varying Alignment Unexcelled ManifolderNo Ribbon Nuisance All tire cor- Â¬ tended the Association at Forks of Tho only typewriter recoiving highest award at Worlds Fair Institute ElUhorn Church Old Harmony dially invited to attend thePattje Greatly improved ainco Adopted by tho Western Union Telo ILuov Woodford county last week graph Co fiSTSend for catalogue and testimonials Free Pills Mr Charley Samples was the gal- Â¬ lant escort of Miss Bun Roberts of llatton to the Association in Wood- - Send your address to II F Buck- Â¬ ford county last Wednesday ler it Co Chicago and gel a free There was a meeting of tho Saucti sample box of Dr Kings New Life fieationists held at Mr Samuel Pills A trial will eonvinco you of 125 E Fayotto St Baltimore Md 018 F St N W Washington D O Mitchells Thursday night lor tho their merits These pills are easy in purpose of healing his wife who has action and are particularly effective iu the euro of Constipation and sick been ill for some time past For malaria and liver Mr Wilson Moore and wife were the headache guests of Messrs Louis and John troubles they have been proved in- Â¬ valuable guaranteed to bo Roberts of the Burg one day the perfectly They areevery free from deletorious past week KiibHtance and to be purely vegeta- Â¬ Â¬ The Scribe attended the Associa ble They do not weaken by their tion near Buekers last week and there action but by giving tone to tho again witne sed the election of Col stomach and bowels greatly invigoTom Rodman as Moderator of the rate the system Regular size 2oc Franklin Association the position per box Sold by J AV Gayle drug he has so creditably filled for many Kist 2 years past When Uncle Tom de Do You Wish to Gain Flesh mands order every one respects his authority and quiet reigns Long may he live and rotaln the high Ninety our passengers esteem of his many friends and gain from per cent ofpounds fivo on a trip brethren llv cortainly holds a to Mackinac to ten aro run down If you warm place in their hearts for you take a cruise up tho lakes Wo guar- Â¬ can see their faces beam with love outing will benefit you when they hear his stentorian voice antee your within tho reach Tho of all making those strong appeals for tho Sond cost is for illustrated pamphlet 2c cause Address A A Schauta G P A D Born To Mr Bon Shelton and ik C Steamers Tho Coast Lino De- Â¬ wife last week a daughter troit Mich BasumEn HntBl -V Â¬ some reul estate for u left handed monkey wrench or a cross eyed screw driver Please answer 1 am talking up subscribers for the Roundabout 1 hope eer long to s ond in several subscriptions from our town and then you know with every inhabitant to have the Roundabout to read and a new turnpike to travel will be happier wiser and hotter men and women And if you dont believe it just send in your items to George and he will print em wont you George Tis sad indeed to record the death of Mr Bailey Bryant which oc- Â¬ curred on Tuesday the 2M inst and sadder still of his sister Phi II is which occurred some two days later of that much dreaded and almost always fatal disease typhoid lever Bailey was an exception A bright upright honorable business young man tnat numbered his friends by hundred- - They will both be missed by their numerous triends and most especially in the home circle We sympathize with the bereaved par Â¬ ents Catchem Born On August 25 to Mr W B Moore and wife a son Dewey Aunt Frankie Robertson as she is commonly called is seriously ill with no hopes of recovery The Association will be held with the church at Lebanon in 189 Be it remembered that Lebanon always extends a generous hospitality to all who may visit her which is fifteen months old had an as are usually given in such cases rEXrOXeXL A py M -- 3ls XIS3V5r IViE03LEe03r ISTST n ran arm in b If rainiMmiMWitttitiiitiiiMininmiMiuiHiKiiniMmiimiwiniMiMiiiiiMiniiMiMiiaiiiwinimmtwwf9nnwa i 4Pfk esssmm kw KasESTa m mb n zm 4B3 mr S2v im im tm pa w aevan nuL to 38 T f aaag la BfHF i i nr MIII tto wm a I - SM Ui uiuyuiu M Wilbur ojuu mail uu IIMI uiuiiuiuuiiurur iu Aiuuricu ila prouuciIlK a illgaurua Bicycle equal to our 1S98 American Special on which has been placed a prlco ot 935 and is ottering to the general public to all alike Further that our Close Observer About one month ago my child 1750 attack of diarrhoea accompanied by vomiting I gave it such remedies Are better bicycles than can be bought in America for the same money iuu iqjiiuf 35001 lfife lllluRyHolIOSlOI Â¬ Â¬ MOOEE BEOS Gsn Agents w1 JACOB SWIGERT CO Â¬ InsijLrance Â¬ 101 AND 102 ANN STREET the Capital