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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ft V pi 0 IJCUi VOL Fraiefort Egmdaboft A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOOAL AND SOCIETY NEWS SATURDAY GEO A LEWIS Publisher TERMS 100 In Advance NO lfc XXII FRANKFORT KY the Clerk and his deputies will have fixed salaries and the fees will bo paid over to tho State Treasurer The Clerks salary is 4600 chief deputy 2400 Jsecond 1800 third 1200 I SEPTEMBER 10 1898 appointed Clerk of the United Slated Court ut Owonsboro by Judge J W Barr vice Ed M Bell resigned Mr Lindsey is one of our brightest and most promising young men lie is a gentleman in every respect and is very popular with everybody We are sorry that lie leaves our city Owensboro upon but congratulate gaining so estimable a citizen Labor Day From the China Midi July G The Anglomurkan National Antlicm Royal makes the food pure wbolwome and delicious Suffered -- 20 Years Apropos de lentento cordialo God save theo 0 my country The greatest upon airth Victorious and glorious And happy and so forth God save our noblo Jonathan God bless our gracious Bull Excuse these muddled epithets My swelling breast is full Oiiobus sp 3g The retiring Clerk nnd his deputies have been faithful and efficient in the discharge of their duties and deserve the commendation of all with whom they have had business transactions With tho new Clerk we have a bare acquaintance but his deputies we know well and predict for the new corps equally as successful and acceptable an administration us that which now retires from service Good News Hurrah for Bullanjonathan Threo cheers for Johnansam The Anglomurkan nation Is bound to lick creation Geewhilikinsl Tarnation Goldarn and likewise damn We fear no Dons and devils Or treachery of Spjiin Our noble Maine they scuttled Well sweep the Spanish Main Beware th Eaglions talons The Lioneagles paw Shout God Save Yankee Doodle And Dewey et raon droit Ohorus Hurrah c Who says we are but traders Why that is all in my eye We dont sell wooden nutmegs We make the Spanish fly For island rent and riven The ghost of Philippines Well blow our mild Havana Mid smoke of forts and mines Ohorus Hurrah c They said we ran for shelter Confound their knavish tricks We merely kept on programme We start to shoot at six At nine wo start for breakfast Qui male pense honi soit And then we give them gruel With Dewey et mon Droit Ohorus Hurrah c Ye Royal Rod Republicans Twist not the Lions tail Fling out the Union Jonathan Whose stars shall never fail St George for merry Yankland Break fetters from the slaves Free sons of Columbanglia Brityankia rules the waves Ohorus Hurrah c POWDER Absolutely Pure ROYAL DAKINQ POWDER CO NEW YORK This legal holiday was observed with all due ceremony at Louis Â¬ ville and Lexington on Monday There were quite extensive parades and picnics held at both pluces Quite a number of our citizens at Â¬ tended one or the other of these celebrations Profitable Crop -- h I i peril reversed his engine and applied the breaks The engine how- Â¬ ever struck him on the arm and The Best Remedy for Flux shoved him off the track bruising the arm and side Luckily no a well known Mr John Math las further damage was done and the stock dealer of Pulaski Ky says After suffering for over a week with Captains escape was almost miracu- Â¬ flux and my physician having failed lous to relieve me I was advised to try Chamberlains Colic Cholera and To Attend the G A R Reunion Diarrhoea Remedy and have the pleasure of stating that the half of one bottle cured me For sale by A large number of our old soldier friends both white and colored went J W Gayle over to Cincinnati this week to at-Â¬ Sells Out tend the National Grand Encamp- Â¬ ment of the G A R There were Mr Joe T Staten has sold his also a number of old Confederates one half interest in the furniture who accepted the invitation to the business on Ann street opposite the reunion Capital Hotel to his partner Mr There was a tremendous crowd James E McEwan and will retire present and everyone who went from the business seemed to have a good time and to J Liddell Kelly We understand that Mr Staten be glad they were present will shortly remove to Shelby county The ranks of the grizzled veterans Sworn In to reside We regret to lose him and are fast thinningoutandthe whitened his family from our community hair and bent forms of tho je left Thp new Clerk of the Court of tells the sad tale of the inroads of Shackelford Appeals Mr Sam J time was sworn into office Monday morn Â¬ Bears tha j The Kind Voii Have Always Bought formsupon their heretofore stalwart by Judge J PI 10 oclock ing at Hazelricg he having executed bond Improvement which hud been apbeforehand Glorious Rains Now that the city has put down proved by Chief Justice Lewis The following gentlemen were Sunday morning the promised the artificial stone sidewalk around Robert L showers and change of temperature the property at the corner of Main sworn in as deputies Clair Greene Chief Deputy of Bracken came as scheduled the spirit of The rain poured and St of county Gus W Richardson in down in torrents from 10 oclock to improvement has awakened Meade county W T Plavens of 11 a m and then again at 745 to 9 that neighborhood and Messrs Co Montgomery county have had the stone p m It was accompanied by thun- Â¬ Meagher Mr A Addams the retiring clerk der and lightning and tho atmosphere pavement in front of their store will still remain in the office for was gloriously purifiedand freshened raised and repaired to suit the grade some two years he having that of the new pavement Held Over length of time in which to settle up Nice Position his business The system of operations in that At the examining trial of Mr M Mr Dudley Lindsey of this city office will undergo a radical change J Hughes for the killing of A F now Heretofore the Clerk has re- Â¬ Steele in Versailles he was held who repently graduated at the Uni Â¬ ceived his compensation in fees to over to tho circuit court in bond of versity of Virginia in tho Law De Â¬ which there was no limit except the 2500 which was promptly given partment and who had commenced the practice of law hero lias been amount of business transacted Now and he was released Â¬ State Treasurer Long has caused announcement to be made that he will be able to pay the full forty per cent of the school fund per capita to tho teachers when due October 1st This amounts to some 400000 in round numbers and will be good news to these poorly paid servants of the people This is tho first time in six years that the State has been able to do this and shows that those in charge of the States finances are discharging their duties with vigilance and discretion official Â¬ MRS writes For twenty seven years I had been a constant sufferer from nervous prostra- Â¬ Our friend Mr Win Wright had tion and paid largo sums of money for doc- Â¬ remedies one acre and not quite a half in tors and advertised ago my without bene Â¬ On Monday morning about 1018 fit Threo years condition was onlonkasn train nf onr wnq nnnrinrr Watermelons this season HO Sold alarming tho least nolso would startle and sleep unablo the crossing at the corner of Ann and his crop t wholesale at 11750 and unnervo me I wasspells toslowly bad a grew number of sinking and Broadway streets Capt Sam San- Â¬ still has some meions left This is a worse I began using Dr Miles Restorative pretty good showing evidencing as Nervine nnd Norvo and Liver Pills At first ders the veteran steamboat Captain sturted across the track The Cap- Â¬ it does that it pays to raise melons tho medicine seemed to have no effect but after taking a few I tain being a little hard of hearing and especially if they are sold at a change I rested bottles at began to noticeÂ¬ night my appe better owing to his advanced age did not retail tite began to improvo and I rapidly grow better until now I am as nearly restored hear the engine bell or see the train Millions Given Away to health as ono of my ago may expect God The engineer seeing the Captains blessDrMllesNervlno certainly gratifying to Narrow Escape MARY LEWIS wifo of a promi Â¬ fanner and well known by all old residents near Belmont N Y rjr the It is public to know of one concern in the land who are not afraid to be gener- Â¬ ous to the needy and suffering The proprietors of Dr Kings New Dis Â¬ covery for Consumption Coughs and Colds have given away over ten million trial bottles of this great medicine and have the satisfaction of knowing it lias absolutely cured thousands of hopeless cases Asthma and all Hoarseness Bronchitis diseases of the throat chest and lungs are surely cured by it Call on J W Gayle Druggist and get a trial bottle free Regular size 50c and 1 Every bottle guaranteed or 3 price refunded Dr Miles Remedies arosold by all drug- Â¬ gists under a positive guarantee first bottlo benefits or money re Â¬ funded Book on dis- Â¬ eases of tho heart and nerves free Address Dr i J Nervine Restores Health miies DR MILES MEDICAL CO Elkhart Ind THE HENUEHSOH ROUTE jtsiKSx1 XjinsnE BETWEEN A handsome set of parlor furniture Apply to Mrs J Louisville 52 4t V Crane Fine Farms Sold For Sale Evansville AND ALL POINTS St Louis OASTORIA SOUTHWEST The executors of the estate of Mr WEST SOUTHWEST on the James Martin sold his farm The only line running three double Georgetown turnpike opposite Silver to Lake containing 188 acres at the daily trains high Evansville without change with back coaches and good price of 7625 per acre The car The direct line to St Earlor running two double daily trains farm on the Stedmantown turnpike containing 155 acres was sold for with high back seat coaches and 30 Â¬ Pullman sleepers through Yithout per acre change Tickets on sale at v Capt W F Dandridge was the office this city For information as of both places The sale to rates route sleeping car booths purchaser etc call on A V Hite agent L N was made on Tuesday last R It or address B L BRYANT H C Mordue T P A Asst G P A LN - i Diseases For the speedy and permanent cure of tetter salt rheum and eczema Cham- berlains Eye and Skin Ointment is withrut an equal It relieves the itch ing and smarting almost instantly and its continued use effects a permanent euro It also cures itch barbers itch scald head sore nipples itching piles chapped hands chronic sore eyes and granulated lids Â¬ Dr CauVs Condition Powders for horses are the best tonic blood purifier and vermifuge Price 23 cents Sold by Gayle J W Gayle ana LoOompte oo 311y Dr Miles Norvo Plasters 25c at all druggists Thss handsome table Mahog any inlaid top and shelf Â¬ L r-- rf rv THE PI 4 Ml E 1U bill uUAjj fl 41 R Rogers Is tho placo where you can get tho best coal for tho least money Tho coal I sell is as good as over came out of tho ground clean carefully scroonod free from dirt or elinkers more than tho uncertain kind Sons H G It is It costs no z MATTEM THE- - fc k OFFICE NEXT F M Dudley C Give mo a chnnco to provo this h maper TELEPHONE FREIGHT OFFICE GAINES OLD STAND 100 t tJUJUJUJUJUJUJUJU A M jj334MAIN STREET jii 4UyMtiMiJUJLciAnM JUJUJkJUJUJUJUJUJUJUJkJUnjUJkJUJUJUi iiiiiiHiiiiMiiiiirJ ijfiriifTii w FRANKFORT K PERSONAL Mrs Katie Wolch is in Now York Olty this week Miss Bornedotta Ilaly is vising rela- Â¬ tives in Lexington MissEvn ElmaScottow is visiting friends in Louisvillo Col Dan L Moore of Ilarrodsburg was horo yesterday Mr 0 Fugnzzi and wife wont to Cincinnati on Tuosday Mrs L A Hardio has roturned from n trip to Ashland Mr T F Humphries and wife wore in Cincinnati this week Mr G Tilford Clark of Lexington was in tho city Tuesday Mr Chas D Bercaw of St Louis Mo was hero on Tuesday Mr Shrews H Hurst of Louisvillo was in tho city on Monday Col H F Duncan of Louisvillo was in tho city on Tuesday Mr M W Ripy of LawrcncoUurg was in the city on Thursday Mr Geo A Lewis of this offlco was in Louisvillo on Thursday Hon Jere P OMeara of Elizabeth town was in tho city Tuesday Miss Mima Humphries is visiting friends in Cincinnati this week Mr A Dudley Blanton has re Â¬ turned from a trip to Michigan Mr Frank Heenev returned Satur day night from New York City Prof McHenry Rhoads returned from Shelbyville on Friday night Mr OyruB T Duvall has gone to Peaks Mill to reside in the future r Mr J H Oulter of Louisville vis ited relatives in this city this week Mrs Alfred Roed is visiting rela- Â¬ tives iu Cincinnati and Dayton Ohio Mrs John A Tincher of Mt Ster- ling visited relatives here this week Mr Gordon Hockensmith spent several days in Cincinnati this week Miss Anna Sheets of the county lias been spending the week in the clty Mr E B Marks of the Auditors office returned Monday from his va- Â¬ i i cation Mr a trip to county Mr J M Tyler has returned from his old home in Meade Bridgeford wife and daughter went to Cincinnati Monday W B morning Mrs Percy 0 Smith of St Paul Minn is visiting friends and relatives in this city for a weeks stay ana wiie tms wee Mr Sam j J Shackleford and wife StnhOaHontelaVe Uken rm8 Mrs Wm Combs visited her par- mts Mr Joel S Head and wife at iMorehead this week Master Franklin L Reook has re- Â¬ turned from a two months visit to relatives in Cincinnati i tc Ti nr ii of Mr Jesae Hockensmith and family last Saturday and Sunday Misses Mabel Ellis and Florence Mo Auley of Washington City visited Miss Jennie Lee this week Mr Walter Q Chapman and wife dj I i Qreon havo returned home Mrs Oaswoll Bennett and daughter Miss Virginia Bpent Tuesday here the guests of Miss Lutie Ware Mr Arthur Armstrong of the Gov Â¬ ernment Printing Office Washington Oity is at home on a vacation Hon Geo H Alexander and wife of Louisville were guests of Judge W H Holt and wife this week Mr Sam O Bullook of Lexington was the guest of his couBin Mrs Grant Green in this city on Monday B Mr Zack Church and wife of this ounty spent several dayB In Oincin- nati this week attending the G A R Rev Ed H Bull of Breckinridge Mo is the guest of his parents Mr S 0 Bull sr and wife in this citv Mr Lew Churoh and family from Perfka Mill have removed to this city to reside at No 327 Third street Mr L A Thomas jr and family of Augusta Ga are guests of his mother Mrs L A Thomas in this city Mr Maury H Brown law clerk and some home Edgewood is a charm stenographer for Judge Burnam re- - ing place for an entertainment turned Sunday night from his vaca- Rooms Dr Baxters Dentul tlon street opposite Opera House Misses Emma and Hattio Scott who Main I1UVO Monday was county court day and there was an unusually large crowd in town for this season of the year The best salve in the world for There was a considerable amount cuts bruises sores ulcers salt rheum itinK relativeBfever sores tetters chapped hands of stock on the market consisting of chilblains corns and all skin erup- horses mules calves steers cows tions and positively ofMrS French Hoge and wife left pay required It is cures piles or no c guaranteed to Wedn08day for Chattanooga Tenn Prices Tuled only fair give perfect satisfaction or money reto visit relatives funded Price 26 cents per box For ANNOUNCEMENT Misses Mary andMargaretSaffarans sale by J W Gayle 16 ly two of Lexingtons lovely belleB have DECOBATION DAY AT HOME returned homo after a two weeks Select Music We are authorized to announce visit with their sister Mrs Jerry Capt T J HARDIN of Owen Should bo observed by having yoar din Taylor near Duckers Miss Katie Strauss of Louisville county as a candidate for Congress ner more special iu dainties than usual on Mr O 0 Kenny wife and children in this the 7th Congressional Dis- tho verge of summer Iu our high grade of Owen county have come to this the accomplished teacher of dancing trict subject to the action of the Re- stock of groocriex winea and vegetables eitv to reside and have tuken the and splendid pianist will give a publican party voa find fnnov and stnrjla snnnlieR thnfc 49 tf houBe on Murray street formerly oc select musical entertainment at the will enable you to prepare a dinner for a cuPied b Mr A M Duva11King nna nre especially appetizing and Capital Hotel on Friday evening The Misses Anna neu ana nitty Sept 23 II Mil1 TliWiw lnW ii tempuug just now Wed- Galbraith returned home last Besides Miss Strauss Miss Pattie nnoilnif aitanlnfv from a delightful Driscoll visit to friends and relatives in Ellison the noted and popular soBracken and Mason counties Douglass Webb the prano Mr Mr MiH ninrk Miaa Katie talented basso Mr Karl Schmdit the Tho leader in first class goods at lowThe Leading Specialists of America est prices great Cello performer will take part ingto0 who have been tQe gue8t8 of 20 YEARS IN OHIO admission will be 50 cents and Mrs Geo A Lewis Second street for The 250000 Cored several days returned home Satur- - tickets will be for sale at Barretts day will be a rare treat to our This WECURESTRICTURE MIbs Maggie Russell who has been music loving people very ill for some time was taken to Thousand of young nnd mlddlo aged mon are troublod with this disease many Louisville to the infirmary by her Appointed unconsciously They may havo a smart Rub and sister Mr John brother ing sensation small twisting stream sell and Mrs M B K Day on Tues sharp cutting pains at times slight disCapt John W Pruett has been apcharge difficulty in commencing weak day orguns omission and all tho symptoms of norvous debiluy they havo BTKIC Mrs T J Jett has returned from pointed Assistant Postmaster to sue TUHE Dont lot doctors oxporimenton a pleasant visit to relatives and- ceed Mr Alex C Johnson who has you by cutting stretching or tearing friends at Lagrange where she at- been compelled to go to Colorado you i his will not euro you as it will return Our HFAY METHOD TKrJAT verv success tnnAA tho on account of ill health and has reÂ¬ MENT absorbs tho utricturo tlseuo ful in exhibiting horembroideredand hence removes tho strioturo normanently signed Capt Pruetts experience as TO knit counterpane It can novor roturu Ho palnno suffer ing no aotentton irom uubidoss Dy our Miss Nellie Lee Dora of Charleston a clerk in the Auditors Office and as soxualorgansarostrength method Tho Kansas City Montana oned Tho norvea aro invigorated and Ills returned on Sunday morning to Teller In the Branch Bank of Kenthe bliss of manhood returns rooumo her duties as teacher of in tucky eminently qualify him for the strumental musio for the mext year new position We congratulate him Colorado Pacific Coast GLEET ana nas taaon rooms wituviuru j a J Thousands of young nnd middle aged upon his appointment Lewis 32G Third street men nro having thoir roxual vigor and IJ vitality continually sapped by this dis ij caso Thoy aro frequently unconscious Utah Washington Omaha Misses Minnie Mayme and Mattio 1 Miss Maria Lindsoy will return of tho causo of these symptoms u enoral Scott daughters of Col John L Scott from Atlantic City October first and Weaknoss unnnturul uiecnargoe wanevening entertained on Wednesday St Paul Nebraska ing Manhood Nervousness Poor Mem guests Misses Willie resumed her lessons in music in honor of thier ory Irritability nt times Smarting Bon 62 td eation Sunken Lyes with dark circles Vaughan Crockett Eloise Hall and Weak Dack Oonoral Depression Lack Black Hills Col Scotts hand- Marv Hawkins Elections of Ambition Varicocele Shrunken BUCKLENS ARMCA SALVE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - vleitlng rolntivos horo returned homo on Thursday Mr John Moaghor jr hns gono back to Notre Dumo College for tho next session Mrs T G Scoarco and two Httlo daughters of Bagdad aro spending this week with her mother Mr Geo F Berry and wife Mrs Cornelia Bush and little Miss Cor Â¬ nelia Gordon returned Thursday from a trip to Canada Mr 0 T Duvall of Poaks Mill spent Monday night in this city Ho reports tho outlook for business at his now homo good Mrs A J Kondall and daughter Miss Cordelia lolb Saturday for Louisville to bo gone for sovoral weeks to visit relatives Miss Louise E Milward who has been tho guest of Miss Margaret A Lewis this week returned to Lexington on Saturday afternoon Miss Caroline Poay of Little Rock Ark who has boon tho guest of Mr fcloge and wife for two S French weokB left Wednesday for home Mr John P Hanley and wife havo rected tho residenco of Mr Sam It Smith corner Third and Shelby stroets and gone to housekeeping Mr Edgar Graham of Louisville who has been visiting his parents Mr J W Graham and wife in this city returned homo on Wednesday Mrs J 0 Minor anU Miss Lida Burk who have been tho guests of Mrs J L Loner for a week returned to their home in Breckinridge county Mrs Sallie Barrett and children of Cleveland Ohio who havo been guests of Rev Geo DarBie and wife this summer havo returned home Mr Haner Bohannan of Chicago 111 who has been visiting his parents Mr Jos L Bohannan and wife in Chicago left for homo on Thursday Mr John B Weitzel of the Gov- Â¬ ernment Printing Office Washinc- ton City is visiting his parents Mr Louis Weitzel and wife in this city Mrs V Berberich and daughter Miss Margaret visited relatives in Cincinnati this week Miss Margaret will attend the College of Music this year Master Maryon T Lewis who has been visiting his grandmother Mrs J 0 Thornton in Versailles for a week returned home Wednesday evening Mrfl Margaret Newman and grand- daughter Miss Marguerite Schweora of Augusta Ga spent the week as the guest of Mr Thos G Newman and familv Misses Mattie and Jessie Hocken smith of this county returned home Â¬ Good Ones The following which we clip from Flouring Mill AND Private School j tho Louisvillo Post tolls of tho work being done by our young friend Mr JoeCromle in tho handling of his string of trotters Joo is u reliable clever young man and wo arc glnd to note that he 1ms a good string of horses Joe Cromie of Frankfort is train Â¬ ing a stable of ten head at the Lex Â¬ ington track and they are moving nicely for him Joe has been han Â¬ dling them carefully at Frankfort and has them in excellent condition for work Those ho is training are Honny Doon black mare five years 011 by Inglewood dam by John Burdine llulda bay filly three years old by Onward dam by Elec Â¬ tioneer buy mare 4 by Alfred G dam by Gen Hancock brown Ally 0 by Nerval dam by Amber bay colt 3 by Norval and his Futurity candidate Kara bay filly two years old by John G Carlisle out of Monotone by Dictator The latter is a very fast youngster having gone a mile close to 22o before he left Frankfort The others in Cromies stable are yearlings and a promising lot Â¬ VIm Alice Illklniton will opoion eicnber litii u irlvu Hliool forth tilrtn For terms iMIly to KM iliebv hUvhIH mil aide Munbor FOR SALE llniltid ioirtii MnJ II D MiClellun IrlncN UKFUtKSUK immr sajio litltu o iwclimtn Ky iMr JW i torn ol D A uyio A Co i olnirfon K An my health Is fulllm Atu IM liu I offer for hi mr roller Hour mill u t house mid lot ml loc itwl in Mmvll e Ky inulii firm or H ncn itlmnitir Klvilln ntiibinmln Tin mill I iiiu I mllir null with it good rim f diatom imd lint li m Kindergarten and Nursery Intuly rollitiMl with NordUn c Minimi Inteat Improved mnolilnory ItiiMintnir roliT outllt for corn Has a capacity or fifty bairos per ili I lmo ctabltolip n una dim MiiViwirtpn Also i nooil miw- - nlli ultwliri clio lforcllllriiiiiiiii r 12 ywir of injo bqth On tliosunie lot with tho mill Is a small ihull kits nnd in luy wm if drs ro l b- - kIvpii liw house iinti blacksmith shoo with a toud mjI hstpns on orKin inul piimo I will also tnko of tools bubli to Iior will In under Mj cirtollliiB U tin eluht room fruno of two tho cure riU- fiotji blrtti o oxperionred nursMiml will bo stories with nil necessary i utbulhtiiiR Ino ud raised on cowim milk They Mill s hne a I ho ln u uood iruino burn lot Is well set In care Location h altln and lit Woudiord mothers t ouniv lino fruit trees ami the uuidon with nil smal fruits A Rood will of lusting water nt tho door tor pirticulns iiti to K JOINS JHlJl3 Mlllvllle Ky Ico house on tno place and Aiw 13 lm Thj farm Is all In qrass except twenty llvT ncreji which Is In cultivation this jour fum ii rooiI dwelling tobacco barn and lino orchard upon It If you want n bargain cull nnd soe ine HOBSEAP MEM Aug 27 lm 0 W IARKKK Teachers Institute soldiers back with them to their homes by their friends poor fellows Six who wore brought to the train were found to be so much reduced that they could not stand the trip and were left behind We are glad to say tluit the deputation found everything in the hos- Â¬ pitals at that point in fine shape and that all was being done that could be for the comfort of the sick Â¬ 101 ncros of limit In Leon county Trxas 7 miles from LeitorvlK tho ei unty Miit with a popula Â¬ tion o 4oo it has a Vfiy Kod 51 room house them nnd sent nnd n bdrn nnd about to non s of laud Is In culti- Â¬ to be cared for vation PrlcH i5 5o per acie One bird cash unit easy terms on the bnlaiiio Oorres undoiice solicited LOUAlNf UUUEt G2 Elmviilo Ky U Waco lexus BLUE GRASS FARM FOR SALE OR RENT The Franklin County Teachers Institute was held at the courthouse this week commencing on Monday County Superintendent Miss Lucy Pattie presiding The Institute was conducted by Prof J C Cherry of Bowling Green A number of interesting and valu- Â¬ able addresses and papers were pre- Â¬ sented and an unusually large num- Â¬ ber were present A special meeting was held at the city school building on Wednesday night at which addresses were de- Â¬ livered by Gov Bradley Prof Bhoads and others and delightful recitations by Mrs Cherry We had hoped to be able to give a full synopsis of the work of the week but not being able to do so now we hope to give It next week rigid quarantines have been estab lished against that city in Tennessee Mississippi Alabama and other Southern States HSASAOHKcaredlnaO minutes by Dr Mile Pjuh Pills One cent a do Atdragzlxta County Court Day Tho targe farm situated nt the Forks of Elk horn 8U miles fnini Frankfort on thr Frnnk lort Jccriiclniiiitl railroad lately occupied by it C Church Is for s ile The place cuiitulns about SV5 acres ubou of whichl splendid A beautiful suburban place of 2 Elkhorn bottom and thH leninlnder excellent blue Krass land Tho residence Is a comfortable acres in grans improvements a brick two story frame situated on an eminence com cottage of five rooms with galleries manding a beautiful viewofthe villtigeot ForksÂ¬ Will exchange for a small place in i t Elkhorn one fourth of a mile distant and the Elkhorn Creeks one of which runs half around the country Apply at this office tho farm Tlit re Is n largo modern barn for 50 tf stock a d a nul mlle track on the place with all other suitable out bulldlngs and a great abundance of never failing water for all pur-A railroad station postofllco Yellow Fever Scare school ouse and cliurcu buildings are In sight of the dwelling The place will be Several cases of yellow fever having terms as to payment sold cheop nn 1 on very easy and If not sold by the 1Mb of September will be rented for next jear Fot developed at New Orleans all that further particulars apply to Frank Chlnn Frank Â¬ section of country is alarmed and fort Ky or to tho uuderslgned at No 32 Bull Block Louisville Ky John C Russkll Â¬ Wanted to Exchange 1 61 tf f In Â¬ DMK John Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BEST TRAINS Â¬ 3WECURE Â¬ Â¬ Arkansas has held her election for Governor and other State officers As is usual the Domocrats carried I Part etc GLEET and STR1CTUHE may bo tho causo Dont consult family doctors as they havo no experience- - in theso ppoctal diseases dont allow St Louis or Chicago 5 the State cheater for two weeks returned Editors Meets Vermonts State election was held day night tlds week The Republican Slate U S Senator Wm Lindsay his The National Editorial Association ticket was elected as was expected1 wife and Mrs S L Holmes roturned home on Saturday and will remain of the United States is in session at Soldiers Brought Home for a rest Denver Col this week Tho boys Miss Maggie Merchant who Is will havo a big time Tho special train which teaching school in the county is at Gov For broken surfaces sores Insect Bradley sent to Newport Nowh homo this week attending tho Teach Â¬ bites burns skin diseases and es ers Institute pecially piles there Is one reliable under tho charge of JV U V Wil Misses Julia B and Mnttio M Mo remedy Do Wilt Witch Hazel Salve liams and accompanied by tho dure who have been visiting rela When you call forDoWitts dont ac tives in Hopkinsvlllo returned homo cept counterfeits or frauds You will ladies and gentlemen noted in our last paper returned homo on Monday Friday night not be disappointed with Do Witts Tyler Hemp night Mrs O B Orittondon and children Witch Hazel Salvo 10 They brought about forty sick of Greenville Miss who havo been hill UCUII VIOIUIIILI 1UQIJUD IU If lit Fri- Â¬ METHOD TREATMENT will noil tlvolv euro vou Ono thousand dollars tor a enso wo accopi ior trcuuncni anu cannot euro Tcruiti inodorato for u euro UCCTlDlll cn TRIIftie DINING SLEEPERS MRS CURES GUARANTEED Wo trout nnd euro EMIS8IONB VAHIllHMUiE BYIHTLIH UIjKKT CTIJlvnmil IMPOTKKOY BF0KKT DUATNB l A I iCl L Â¬ Â¬ BOOKS CONSULTATION PR12K If unablo to call wrlto for ntKi BLANK for 1IUM1S QIKSTION TllU VTMIJNT UNATUltAL DlsOHAUG- IlliVLV nnl 111 IIMIH Moon ono I i CHAIR MRS LOUI8 MO M RUGQ TRAV PASSR AQENT ST LOUIS MO HOWARD ELLIOTT QENL MQR OT LOUIS MO lWWAKELEYQENLPA88RAQTST WM CROMWELL Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky Also Rent Estate Agent Will practice in ths Courts of Kriinklln mid the udlolnliiK countlM and will also give spoolul uttonllon to the pur chaae und salo of real estate collection of retts claims and tlieueKOtlatlou of loaua Â¬ Â¬ BKENNEDY6 KERGAN 3 122 71 W Â¬ FOURTH STREET CINCINNATI O J 4W hitfiittMiii WwliMsliiii iiii rm iirfyAjt if I 3 I m tttt 1 as 34 WE II GOT READY Tp show the Largest tho Best and the Cheapest line of Si Si age Dry Goods Cloaks and Notions Ever brought to Frankfort Our new goods are arrriving daily iK ft 4rnp Si ft ft WEITZELSODONNELL WATCH OUR ADDS Will liave big bargains in all Departments NOTICE Our ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft 3 A 58 M RE J 1 i Tim stoie was closed at 7 but will be p Juiy and August Wit 9 p m Mm m during every night WEITZEL ODON ELL ktajBxnwg Benson Valley i The people of thi s community are much engaged in their tobacvo at present Misses Katie Merchant and Rosa Forbes of Frankfort are visiting relatives on Benson this week A series of meetings is in progress at North Benson Church Hev Mr Wilson the pastor is being assisted Hi- - sermons by He v Mr Ailkins are of tho highest type Mr Luke Moore and Mr Cale Merchant were on Benson Sunday Miss Fanny Sally of Lexington is visiting iriends and relatives here this week Miss Fanny Ilearn is progressing1 nicely with her school at Choute Vilte The children have great affec tion for her Misses Mattie Conway and Sarah Sudduth were the guests of Miss Lotta Suttles Monday afternoon vMr Sam Moore and his chum Mr Leslie Miles have been attend- Â¬ ing meeting at Benson this week Mr Herbert Dickerson escorted Miss Lotta Suttles to meeting Mon- Â¬ day night Lookout Lotta Herbert huso great deaire for morning glories Mr Sanford and family were the guests of Mr Lee Moore and family last Sunday Mr Tom Webster and family of High Too were the guests of her narentsMr Lee Moore and wife la jt S inday Kate you should not cat those sheeps eyes at the duke as you did Sunday night It will cause a dis- Â¬ turbance between you and Ernest Mr Ed Moore was all alone Sun- Â¬ day Ah Ed where is Rue Ann Mr Wyatt Phillips horse and bucrcv is often seen at Miss Lulu Moores We trust that they have made up their minds to be iriends again Sunday school is largely attended Everybody seems at Choateville to be interested Some ten years ago I spent a week A week or so in old Bellopoint since I was there again for a few days and I found the same old fel Â¬ low making daily visits to the same old gin And iney do tell me tiiat Â¬ dklayhd letter there is a new case that is running along in the same groove The only difference is that the old lad is a brunette and tho latter a blonde Cloo observers will notice that the old people are becoming a little Long court- Â¬ sprinkled with gray ships never pan out much Died On Friday at his home Mr John Baker of Stoney Creek The remains were laid- to rest in the burying ground at Antioch What is the matter with the Re publicans of Frankfort It Seems to Why is me that they are all dead it that they do not have an organ to express the sentiments of their side They certainly on political matters could raise enough cash to get out a little monthly It would give the country brothers a little more cour- age to work When my school is out I believe I will take up a buz zard quill and you just watch if you wish to see the fur fly - Of Extreme Interest to Piano Buyers Â¬ Lily of the Vatley We have used Chamberlains Cough Remedy in our home for many years and bear cheerful testi- Â¬ mony to its value as a medicine which should be in every family In coughs and colds we have found it to be efficacious and in croup and whooping cough in children we deem H P Ritter 4127 it indispensable Fairfax ave St Louis Mo For sale hy J W Gayle Pittsburg Central Stock Yards Attention of shippers and stock men generally is called to the adver- Â¬ tisement of the Pittsburg Central Stock Yards These yards are super- Â¬ intended by Mr O H Allerton jr and this insures fair treatment and the best of prices for everything sent there Lyon Potter Co one of the larg- Â¬ est manufacturers and dealers in pianos decided to retire from bus- Â¬ iness at once so sold their stock con- Â¬ sisting of hundreds of fine pianos to Lyon Ileaty of Chicago who are the largest music dealers in the world Lyon Ilealy bought this stock at a fraction of theik cost and in order to close them out quick- Â¬ ly ofTer these pianos in some cases for about one half of former prices Tho new Steinway uprights and baby grands are offered at from 100 300 less than current values These pianos occupy four full floors Space will not permit us to describe al this stock We will mention some of the well known makes embraced in it Steinway Square Grands Steinway Parlor Grand Steinway Concert Grand Weber Parlor Grand Knabe Baby Grand Hallett Davis Ladies Grand Hennekamp Parlor Grand Benning Son Baby Grand Lyon Healy Upright Chase Bros Upright Camp Co Upright Union Makers Upright Vose Sons Upright Adam Schaaf Upright Cabinet Grand Hallet Davis Upright -- rr D C Crutch er Co s Ladies Shoes See the new last 125 150 200 250 up to 400 300 WrxNJW M y ALL THE LATEST Howard Fuller Co Upright Sons Upright Lendeman Kimball new scale Upright JfciELTS 75c Tested and Tried For 25 Years Would you feol perfeotly safe to put all your money new bank Sin a just heard of Qno you 5 have K But how about an old One that has done hank business for over a quarter of a century v one xnau hub alwavs kept its promises One that nevor failed never misled vou in any way You oould trust suoh a bank couldnt you 1 3 ft ft ft ft ft ft 2 ft ft 2 I DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve has Grand the largest sale of any salve in the world This fact and its merit has Grand All the Newest Sli3ii8Siaifi Colors attempt to led dishonest people to counterfeit it Look out for the man Grand who attempts to deceive you when you call for DeWitts Witch Hazel Cabinet Salve the great pile cure Tyler Grand 49 Hemphill Fischer Upright HarringtonUpright CabinetGrand Extension Sons Upright Cabinet Kraeger Grand Commission have deThe Prison Seo the Mens new last Steinway Upright termined to erect an addition to the Knabe Upright Kra leaner Upright Cabinet Grand dining room at the Prison The addi A B Chase Cabinet Upright 125 150- 200 250 300 tion for which Mr Leo LOborwarth A B Chase Cabinet Upright has drawn the plans is Grand the architect 350 up to 500 to cost about 5000 Such an opportunity to secure a fine grand or upright piano may not occur again in a life time Leave All the NEW SHAPES Ready Court of Appeals your name and nddiess at tho oflico will ad The fall term of the Court of Ap of theRouNDAnouTund Iin Frank vre vou when I will bo peals will commence Monday week fort It will cost you nothing to Sapt 19 We have already given SSiSVliSfSSVffili ifSScSKour Glotbine Stock for Men Boys and Children the largest and had the number of cases upon tho docket of a niano if you buy now Tho number of cases for argument somest we have ever slown S B KlIlTLUY will be exceptionally large Agent of Lyon Ilealy j Upright Weber Upright Leland Upright Lester Upright Ilardman Upright Cabinet Kurtzman Upright Cabinet Fischer Upright Schaaffer Upright Cabinet Central Piano Co Upright Co 100 3150 200 up t 500 Shoes - ff RHEBv Â¬ I j Â¬ I j White cityschooI 5 it ft ft ft For Sale EMULSION of OOD LIVER OIL WITH HYPOPHOSPHITES is just like suoh a bank It hasnovor disappointed you novor will It has novor dooeivod you nevor will Look out that somoono dooa not try to make you iTnnt twiiii VmnlfVi In n nnw wi 1UVUQU tonio somo now modiolno you know nothing of JTWW4 w SCOTTS ft ft ft ft ft jt ft 5 Vf ft 5 The city schools opened for work on Monday morning with a normal attendance Tho schools aro not overrun as last year but tho rooms are comfortably full At tho organi Â¬ zation it was found impracticable to abolish tho room in which one of the supply teachers worked last year Tho enrollment is as follows 89 High School 712 Grades ft ft ft x VUUkXVVWV and 100 all druggists SCOTT U 110WNB Chembts New York 50c Tr Cailys Conilltfon rowlora are juat what a horso needs when in bnu Tonic blood purifier and For Sale condition Thoy aro not food but vormifuge F1UNKLIN ClUCUIT COURT medicino and tho best in uso to put a MOLIIK K TIIOM vs-- Ailmr Pitt Two btdroom suits ono oak and jrrico rlmn nnndltlon in IMK one chorry three piece suits also ono conts per plcitngo NWililK THOMAs if Iliom All pTMins huUiii 1lulinn iiKUlnst Addles Lock Box oak sideboard uutlfiwil 10 sale b J W Vivle and 11s loteiLsul nrt herein rwiulrml by prohtuit tho Wr 2 lt law or iu lttfi Frankfort Ky as mine to mo imen Cayle Co itiiiulud LeComptt pwir liiloro mt ami nn tho eamo b law 011 or boroio lttmbru1 1osi y 20000 bolt wall papor at le 801 Com K CO 01lthUiw olovon dollars Total Agent lor Mooring m 01110 valuable 311 and upward l 8t UU cents nm Number non rcnidonts Olivor papers tho property of Mrs Mary J niowurs and luiulors face Average number of pupils to the the Hair braids puifs and over curls -n- -n - indy J-J- -t al 12 plows StiulobakoP wagons bugmade and braids made teacher o oil Mam stroot and J J Vownrcl will bo paid for Us ro on Miss Nora lloloman an enroll gioa stoves The colored bohool has Kat Main struct Frankfort Ky stroot turn to this oiVico ment of U72 making a total of 1170 St Clair I85t M A Collins r2 it Jan 29 ly in both hchools Tho house and land known as tho opposito Col Sullivan property John L Scotts on tho hill Terms easy Apply on mo premises or 10 Sept 10 lm Father Mulor D O Crutcher Co 1 NOTICE m Â¬ I - tub FranKfort M0m T 7Tyrs7Trsvsriv irW1 VyjvtWirsrf jm 3 Entered nt tho tiostolllc lit Frnnkfort Kentucky as Rocouil cliiss mailable nutter I HAVE BARGAINS FOR THE PUBLIC itst Hardware Harness Oornont 4i GEO A LEWIS FRANKFORT Editor and Pub Y u SEPTEMBER 10 1808 II Li mo Plnstor Glass Slicrwin Paints Lead Oils Williams MixGcl i II i i l M w i Capital Improvement Thuro h entirely too much dhpol lion just now to trout the question of eupitnl improvement tis u Frnnk Â¬ fort mutter pure unci simple This is unjustifiable nnd nn erroneous way I ilHB QM Iroi Spokes Wagons Steel Roofing Doors of putting the mutter TheStnteof Kentucky nt large is the party tluit is more interested in this work than anyone eNo It is true theiemuy be hoeondary benefits which will accrue to Frankfort but the whole matter should be looked at from the view of Mate interest and JState pride Affaiis havo gone on from bad to worse for years no far as public buildings uic eoneerned until now the Stnte is face to face with an emer gency that as to be met and that at once It will not do to say Well the old buildings will do for awhile yet the State cannot afford new buildings just now The old buildings have been made to do duty for twenty years longer than they should already upon this specious and fulbo nssuniption Now then as it is a fact that something will have to be done at the appioaehiug session of the Legisla- Â¬ ture it behooves us to telect as our Eepiesentative a man who ha broad viown as to legislative mutters 4ind nn attractive and winning ad dress one wno knows when and how to talk what to talk about and when to keep silent one who can subordinate his own ambitions to1 the public weal ouejwho will not an- Â¬ tagonize other members jtist simply to make stage play and for personal reputation and yet one who has the ability to present matters in their most favorable light and at the most favorable time If there can such a man be found in the county and there are undoubtedly a number of such he should be drafted into the service and made to serve It is u duty we owe to the State first and to our county and city next to lay aside all personal and political feeling in this mutter and stand shoulder to shoulder for the right man and thus make his election o unanimous that he will feel the weight of responsibility the duties imposed require and can with clearer and more comprehensive view see his way to the desired end Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Leather Cartridges Plnstor Hair Brushes Wheels Wire Fencing Whips Tin Crockery Ware Pumps Threshers Hunting Goods Kims Agents for Favorite Furnaces Peerless Engines x l I I Rash JUS Belting Guns Wall Paper c - j r s f 7s r s s A Si Â¬ O IMCaiaa ttZ37x77D COLLIN and St Olstir 3treets pACn - 11 zdJ i l 1 a every gust of caprice or passion The waste of treasure in public build Â¬ ings the injury and destruction to public records serious as theo mis chiefs ae diminish In comparison with the parulyzini effects of a fluc tuating policy which works all the practical mhchiefs of the grossest perfidy When They Write the President Permanency the Most Vital Consid- Â¬ eration In view of the proposed effort to make lhave the next Legislature ome provision for a new capitol the iremarks of the historian Butler are now peculiarly pertinent In his valuable history of Kentucky writ- Â¬ ten about sixty five years ago he speaks of the plan adopted by the first Legislature to fix upon a site or the seat of government as follows An appointment of Commission era for selecting a seat of government a matter of great jealousy and con- Â¬ tention between the people of the opposite sides of the Kentucky river was then made by the House of Rep xeftentatives agreeably to the Const- Â¬ itution by nominating 21 persons from the delegations from the coun Â¬ ties of Mercer and Fayette and al- Â¬ ternately striking off pne until five gentlemen were left These were Itobert Todd John Edwards John Allen Henry Lee and Thomas Ken- Â¬ nedy any three of whom might fix 1he capital A majority of the com Â¬ missioners met soon after their ap- Â¬ pointment and fixed on Frankfort as the proper ploce which most hap Â¬ pily for the State required a concur- Â¬ rence of two thirds of each branch of the Legislature to change to any other point The perfect eligibility of any place as n seat of government is a subor- Â¬ dinate consideration to its perma Â¬ nence No spot can furnish tho ac Â¬ commodations and conveniences of which it might otherwise bo capable and which are so much required at a sent of legislation when the con- Â¬ tinuance of the government Is hold in huspenso and liable to bo changed The State Denartment has iriven over to the Ladies Home Journal1 W UUIAIIOIM for publication its Royul letters Best Patent Flour per hundred ROIAL 230 addressed to the President of the 2nd Patent Flour per hundred United States bv Nannleon I Quen QUEEN 220 Family Flour per hundred Victoria the Prince of Wale- - DAISY 210 Low Grade Flour per hundred Napoleon III and Emperor AVi - iAjNCl 200 liam I of Germany Napoleon Corn Meal per bushel 60 Contract For River Improvement announces such events as his mar- - Corn ho ner bushel 70 Mr Tlios Sheridan of Buffalo VrInSe to Maiie Loui e the birth of his Ships tulT per 100 lbs Vh being the lowelt bidtler was son t King of Home his return to Custom grinding Wheat and Corn a Specialty awarded the contract to build lock ue uuom- of France irorn Jiibn and dam No S at iw mouth of Victoria announces her accession to Davis Creek in Uarmid county the throne of England in 1836 her The contract was let at the hnugsum marriage to Prince Albert the birth of 188000 Capt Zinn has charge of of the Prince of Wales the death of the Pri nceConsartjund the famous let the work ter thanking President Mclvinley for Frankfort Cincinnati Railway Good Idea SOU I his congratulations on her Diamond ONLY DIRECT LINE BETWEEN Jubilee will also be given The RfULWftY Messrs Mangan Darnell and the whole collection in fac simile will itCINCNftATI AfH FRANKFORT Bhodes Burfor Furnittue Co had be presented in the October number l IN KENTUCKY their big bairl of ice water out of the magazine ASK FOR T1CKET33 VIA F C RAILWAY Schedule In effect Mny 1 1008 auin on Monday It is iuite an instt Hion and many a man Deafness Cannot Be Cured 3 5 No No NO KASTBOUNI Schedule of trains in effect June Cth 1898 qaenched his thirst thereon Mon- Â¬ 7iUm Ooiun 7Vpm Lv boulviTle iOmm 5lspm jiopm day who but for this probably By local applications as they cannot Ai Shelbvvlllo 0 30pm OrOpm AM P 31 PM 5am diseased portion of the ear Ar Iitiicncebg TRAINS EAST No 1 No 8 No 5 I010imi C53pin lO iripm would have gone to the saloon for reach theonly one way to cure deaf Ar VerMilUen There is Lassr allied Mixed Hfani J JWpni Lelngton 1 Ar his oIace ness and that is by constitutional No 4 No No 0 wstuouxi 7 00 4 80 LvFranUfoit 115 7 nam 4 10pm oOTmm These gentlemen dcsrve great remedies Deafness is caused by an r7vLcxInurton 711 4 41 Elkhorn 135 a 10am 5 00pm E27am crs Ullcs inflamed condition of 1 50 4 40 718 thoughtfulness in this lining of the Eustachian the mucoiu Ar Larencebs Swltzer credit for their 8 3am 5 30pm 54iam Ar Tube When Ar Shelbyvllle 4 6J 74S Stamping Ground 210 27am 6 19pm C2Jam matter Dm alls 731 505 210 this tube is inflamed you have a Ar LouUvlllo 5Jam 1055am 750pm Oeorgetown 815 520 3 05 rumbling sound or imperfect hearing Newtown 817 320 Trains Nos 2 5 and 0 carry Free ObservaBurnside Excursions and when it is entirely closed deaf- tion Chair Cars Centervlllo 3 825 8 30 Kllzabeth ness is the result and unless the in 345 WESTUOUND EASTUOUNO 840 400 The good excursion steamer Burn flamation can be taken out and this No 13 NO 111 STATVWS No 12 No 14 Ar Paris tube restored to its normal condition A M P M A M V pi side has been thoroughly overhauled hearing will be destroyed forever 105pm MiiamLv Loul vilAr 750pm 10 55am TRAINS WEST LarnobrgAr 62opm 82oam No2 No 4 No6rtNo8 63opm 0 and painted until she is spick and nine cases out of ten are caused by 720pm 10 5iamlAr 4 40pm 715am Passr Pasr Passr Mteed 4Jam ArHurodsbyAr 735pm 10 5Suml Ar Purlin Lv 430pm 725am incatarrh which is nothing but an span as clean as a new pin 4 30 Lv Paris 9 30 WESTHOUUO flamed conditiqn of the mucoua sur- Â¬ eastuounu Sho has been running delightful face Elizabeth 445 940 No 10 No lnltNo 071 STATIONS 945 455 Centervllle excursions which have been largely We will give One Hundred Dollars 40ipm 740am Lv Loulsvil Ar 10 55am Newtown 610 9P3 0 27am 0 Ciam Shelbvii Georgetown 102S 617 750 525 pationized especially that of Friday for any case of deafness caused by 538pm 1010am Ar Vcrsllos Ar 805am Ar Ar 1043 05 pm Duvalls 632 810 by Mldwuy Ar 820 10J50 Stamping Ground 6 39 night The moon shone bright and catarrh that cannot be cured cir- 715pm 11J mam Ar QeorKtn Lv 745am 715am 5pmlAr 7 lopui 1100 Halls Catarrh Cure Send for hwltzer 649 835 clear all the way and rendered it pos culars free 1107 Elkhorn 6 56 850 WKSTHOUM eastuodnd Ax Fmnlcfort 1120 710 910 tNo OltNo a STATIONS sible to see the magnificent scenery J F OHEENEY CO Toledo O tNo INo 40am 40ipuiLv Loulsvil Ar 10 5mm 75 mm of the up river and with the cooling BSold by Druggists 75c 102am 0o2pm Lv Vcisllcs Ar 750am 50Jpm A M FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI P M AM PM breezes revived drooping humanity llu2im 75pmiAr Nichlvlll Ar Ci8am 3JKipm 15pm Ar 1120 700 430 Lv 710J Frankfort UMspin 8WpmAr Hiuhmnd Lv 0 05am Corner Stone Laid 20upra 749 520 Ar Georgetown Lv 1028 620j which had been sweltering all day in liMpm Ar Irvine uv 33 Lv 750 6 Georgetown Ar 1028 617 No 3 s iations Na the terrific heat aso 400 1005 Lv 730 Ar Cincinnati The corner stone of the big court- Â¬ Lv LouNville 740aml745pnj Capt Massie and his crew lender house at Lexington 1045am 10 3pm Lexington was laid with Ar ICnoxvllle O Daily except Sunday A 815pm 74ium Ar themselves ubiquitous in their efforts imposing B connocta N connects with L Masonic ceremonies by Ar Athovlllu aiuam to please O Q Ar Savannah with Grand Master Reginald H Thomp- Â¬ Ar JuiUsoavlllo 720pra son of Louisville on Monday last in Ar Chattanooga C Rallwiiy in connection with Queen Ths F 5 00am Atlanta Crescent Route forms rhe quickest route from 8 10am the presence of a big crowd of people Ar Msuon Ar Frankfort and Paris to the South and via Cincint25pm nati a direct line to the East nnd West There were muny articles of value Ar Jacksonville 740pm 025am irEO B HARPER JOSEPH R NEWTON Lv Chattanooga TV V GenlSupt A G P A 113 pm 1110pm Ar Birmingham and virtue placed in the crypt domm luioam Ar Aionuian It is hoped that these may not be Ar Now Orleans lOiUnn lOJOam No carries Freo Chair car Loulsvillo to O TIME TABLE disturbed in the same unfortunate C Â¬ manner that was the case with the Loxlnsfton there connectin with olld Vestibule Train carrying through Pullman Sleeping Car to Ii rmlngham Meridian and Now Or No 21 No 23 vllyl B other corner stone leuns albO makes close connection at Cliutta 80DTH nooa for Atlanta Macon Jacksonville and Ay PM One Minute Cough Cure surprises Urunswlck No J carries Pullman Sleeper Loulsvillo Lexington 620 815 people by its quick cures and chil- Â¬ Chattanooga and Birmingham alto Loxlngto LV Frankfort 911 618 ton dren may take it in large quantities and to Jacksonville via Hot Springs Ashevillo 10 01 7 00 Pullman Union Sleeper Lexington to New Ar Shelbyvllle Loulsrllle 1100 800 without the least danger It has Orleans tDatly except Sunday won for itself the best reputation of f any preparation used to duy for colds A WnEDON P T A STSWIFT P T A nj N a No 22 No 24 Lexington Ky Loulsvillo Ky croup tickling in the throat or obsti- Â¬ NORTH A wreck at sea is not the only place FSGANNON3d VPftGM J M CDLPT M T A M PM nate coughs Tyler Hemphill - ROYRL MILLS B L Weisenburgh Proprietor c M Frankfort Kentucky T r 1 1 I J -- 1 Â¬ 115 Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 t 3 Â¬ 1 f where a life line is of importance There is a life line for the sick as well as for the drowning man It is Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery It is not a cure all but it is a scientific medicine that goes to the fountain head of a number of serious and fatal diseases When a man gets seriously sick he can generally be cured by the right course of treatment The treatment that cures many obstinate chronic diseases consists of pure air good food rational exercise and the use of a remedy that will strengthen the weak stomach correct the impaired digestion invigorate the liver and promote the as- emulation of the live civine elements of the food The Golden Medical Discov ery accomplishes all these things ofthelungb Hvercoinplaint kidney trouble and pleurisy were fast hastening him to the grave A young mnn lny pale and motionless upon what iielRliltors called his dying bed Disease 49 Washington D C Washington WATcnKGPA Circuit Court Washington WuILTATLOEAa PA Louisville Da Ky Lt Louisville D O BhelDyvlUe 8S0 g 28 Frankfort Ar Lexington The September term of the Frank- Â¬ lin Circuit Court meets next Monday Sept 12 and continues in session for three weeks The docket is quite a formidable one and several im- p0rtant cases will be up for COnsid erutlon Bears tho Signature of TO 1018 1116 60 700 740 840 c NEW ORLEANS A via In connection with tho Southern Puclilo ALIFORNI IC37KTrT PJSJS OASTOBXA 9 Through Weekly Kind You Have Always Bought Tourist Sleeping Gar Leaving Cincinnati and LoulsWlle on fust New Orleans Limited train - The doctors had given him up to die The neighlwrs said he cannot live Oh I would not care to die he said were it not for leaving my dear wife nnd little child but 1 know that 1 must die A brother had presented him with three bottles of medicine but he had no faith la patent medicines but after the doctors had him up to die and he hnd banished eery lope of recovery he said to lift wife dear wife I am going to die there can be no harm now in taking that medicine I will begin its use at once He did begin to use It and nt first he grew worse but soon there came a change Slowly but surely he got better To day that man is strong and healthy and he owes his life to that medicine What was the medicine It was Dr Tierces Golden Medical Discovery and I Iuther Martin am the cured innu Dr liercel thank you from the very depth of my heart for rescuing ine from the grave The foregoing is from Iuther Martin Ksq a promi Â¬ nent dtiien of Iubec Wood Co W Va Ie R R Public Offices Closed LVERY THURSDAY For Lns Angeles and San Francisco without change The Limited also connects at New Orleans dally with Express Train for the Iaclllo Coast mid on Tuesday and Saturdays with the Monday being Labor Day tho public ofllces banks and postofllce were closed and tho clerks took a day off When you call for DoWltts Witch Hazel Salve tho great pile cure dont accept anything else Dont bo talked In to accepting a substitute for piles for sores for burns Tyler FOIl SALE BY SUKSET LIPIITED ANNEX of tho Southern Pacific giving special through bcrvlce to San Francisco Particulars of Agents of the IO It R and connecting lines B G HATCH Dlv Puss Agent Cincinnati O JNO A SCOTT Dlv Pass Agent Memphis A E ROGERS SeptlMy SON Â¬ Hemphill 40 n A HANSON Y KEhLOND 01 A A Chicago a PALoulSVlllo Job work neatly exe cuted at this office i r U For the Next THIRTY Days I -- Will Offer THE RADIANT HOME I AIE BLAST With XXth Century Fire Pot Cook and Heating Stoves -- t grssitly recVuced prices to ciat mwmamumvnuMrjx spelt Itl iKiliA HKt TA -- ipsmsife i VHJJO-HX- i CALL AND SEE THE STOVE IN OPERATION AT MY STORE Tin and Iron Roofing and Guttering and Repair Work solicited WAR NOTES of tnu Fourth Kentucky Volunteers have been promoted to the Division Hospital Stuff Gen Merritt has been relieved of his command ut Manila at his own request and will meet with the Peace coming Commission in October from that place to this country with the intention of taking a wife from Among the fair girls in Chicago RDrs Lewis Kennedy and John C By skillful diplomacy the irritation between the Cubans and Ameri- Â¬ Â¬ cans at Santiago has been removed The Cubans are by Gen Lawton ready to disband their forces and re- Â¬ turn to civil life so soon as the Spanish evacuate the island Gen Merritt has granted Gen Auimildo of the Phillipine Army permission to appoint a representa- Â¬ tive from his command to be present t the sessions of the Peace Com- Â¬ mission Gen Aguancello has accord- Â¬ ingly been assigned to that duty Â¬ The full list of regiments and detachments of troops to be mustered out was given to the public through Sunday mornings papers It com- Â¬ 1 prises some 99 organizations includ- Â¬ of squadrons ing full regiments Your Youth If you are young you naturally appear so If you are old why ap- Â¬ pear so Keep young inwardly we will look after the out- Â¬ wardly You need not worry longer about those little streaks of gray advance agents of age Auers 3 Hair will surely restore color to gray hair and it will also give your hair all the wealth and gloss of early life Do not allow tne falling of your hair to threaten you longerwith baldness Do not be annoyed with dandruff We will send you pur book on the Hair and Scalp free upon request WrHa to tha Deatae you It you do not obtain Ml thebene M 9 1 vigor d H H expected from tha uto of flu tb vigor write the doctor about It 1iobabljr there li soma difficulty with your Keneral system which may be easily removed Address DU J 0 AVER Lowell Mas WW cavalry batteries of artillery and sick man and investigated all coin nncnGeicinniaacinEiaiaGOFaiannnianiaFsn nnniacnnnnciRnnBiniaiaiananHno Ul1 Tho list of those to be plaints detachments lie reports every thing in is possible to retained in the service is also given as good shape as aa ca out Among those mustered out are make them He also s hook hands DO ua tho two troops of Kentucky Cavalry with every man of the Second Ken- ca ca The whole four regiments of infantry tucky and inquired into any cause of wj oa ua irom iveniucKy are ruiamuu m inu cumpuiini na service Only one regiment will be left to President McKinley accompanied j0 jjUari duty aa Camp Thomas aa This is the proper expression for our na by Vice President Ilobart and mostrCnicknnulUga ca spring stock We are showing the latest it will be the Sixth 133 na of the Cabinet visited tho soldiers at tj S Volunteers It is an unusually ca na The honlthvinsrimpnt nnd it is thowrhtES Montauk Point on Saturday ua President personally visited the sick they will not suffer by remaining na np ca in the hospital and inspected tne rn na All new styles iin ini iTiiriT i 7iiTiinibuiiii in ti ca whole camp He found things in range for na left the evacuation of Cuba ca good shape generally New York City on Monday Its aa na ca Capt Noel Gaines Chief Provost personel is Rear Admiral W T c na ca Marshal at Lexington some times Sampson Major General James F At lowes prices a has a hot old time of it On Tuesday Wade Major General M 0 Butler ca na to and the several attaches and staff the provost guard undertook ca i era na arrest a drunken soldier when a oflieers 133 ca nei na For Men Boysand Children citizen got very flip and undertook ca It is said by those who know ca to interlere He was promptly sat na rooms of our 12 a j that the heat in the fire down upon rx It is surprising to see the vast number of Mens and Boys ca warships often runs up to 205 de- Â¬ ca Suits we show at prices lower than ever na Dr Nevill M Garrett Assistant crees fahrenheit This is owing to ca Surgeon of the Third Kentucky Vol the crowding of modern1 machinery C3 na unteers who has been on duty from 0f igh power into smaller space MM twelve to twenty hours uauy ior some than was originally intended This QQ Our CnncJronG Line na time was about broken down and terrible heat has to be endured by tati has been granted leave of absence on our stokers and engineers and is E5J account of sickness and is at his horrible to contemplate And yet ca home in this city these heroes stand nobly to their to a Cadet S I M Major who is a work which if left undone would ca aa Mothers know that we al Â¬ third year man at the Annapolis cause failure and disaster no matterÂ¬ nn ways display the very new- Â¬ 2li skillfully and bravely the offiNaval Academy but who was with how est neatest and nobbiest eia Admiral Sampson on the flagship cers and gunners did their duty suits for the little ones in are grander heroes who do oa New York is back in Kentucky He There Eld Frankfort is visiting his uncle Hon Lafe S their duty in heat dirt and grime QU no AVe have the sole agency the quarter deck He will than ever trod lea Green at Falls of Hough rca and control of the well city before be in Louisville and this More than twenty million samples ua Gin known Duchess Trousers going back to the Academy of De Witts Witch Hazel Salve have ea by the manufactur- Â¬ na for men and boys You been distributed uy A general court martial has been ers What better proof of their con- - na know every pair has a writ Â¬ ordered by General Sangercommand Jiitciive til Ula marila 1r jw wnnt vrll al rm iv o wiiij ten warranty You should son in on ing the division at Camp Hamilton it cures pues ourns scaius try one pair and you will cm Lexington Among the officers de- Â¬ the shortest space of time Tyler U3 49 never buy others na T Hemphill tailed for this duty are Capt N Logan Fe Howard und Capt Removal na pn land Third Kentucky Volunteers Our footwear for Men Ladies and Children is immense oa with Major G C Saffarans of the We move our store to theDuvall na The newest shades and styles Ladies beautiful Custom na same regiment as Judge Advocate building opposite the courthouse j street September 15 na Shoes in black and colors at 2 i Mens Shoes at all prices ca on St Clair Q3 wr u i i r iu- - itmsu muiio Private Hord Brown Co G 71st 1898 qej Ea slvo tllu uoau viwue iui tuu ca ca New York Volunteers has arrived Blue Grass Grocery CoKy nes na 1 td Frankfort aca at Montauk Point N J and is rap Â¬ ea na na convalescing from the recent ut idly great success I am still making A tack of yellow fever with which he them at Matterns n-Av60 xmm WBfmmm qq was taken down in Santiago Cuba ca ua LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MARKET He will doubtless be given a furlough PTQTART TQT IFri r aa B is released from the de- Â¬ us soon as he DURRETT a ca tention camp and will come to his FURNISHED BY GLOVER nannnnnnnannnannnonnnnninna nananana nnaoanannonnnnann LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE BBDOBBPOCBOgBBDOBBDODDDS 1Q QODOBQOnBaPElQHQEUSQOOOEl oaoa old home in this city to recuperate Gen Aguinaldo is strengthening Sales on our market for the week fOR A SUMMER CRUISE TAKE THE COAST LINE hhds with his position consolidating his army just closed amount to 1672 same period of 019 receipts for tho and getting every thing ready so hhds Sales on our market since Jan Â¬ any part of the Phillipines are uary 1st amount to 70011 hhds Sales that if market to returned to Spain by the Peace Com Â¬ of the crop of 1806 on our hhds amount to 65032 can be ready to resume this date mission he The market this week has been Ir tho war Ho and his followers ex Â¬ regular and unsatiBfaotory with Borne COMFORT NEW STEEL press themselves as perfectly willing decline in all grades except coloryÂ¬ trashes which remain practically un SPEED PASSENGER to have an American protectorate or changed as compared with tho prices be governed 4y this country but of the past two weeks Some sales of and SAFETY STEAMERS tho they are bitterly opposed to being fine leaf wore made during to week 1075 at prices ranging from 15 turned over to tho tender mercies of Reports from the growing orop are i ve Spain in the main encouraging but tho Equipment Artlitlc Furnishing Decoration and efficient Servke recent extreme hot weather is not Gov Bradley Gen Collier and Dr favorable to that part of tho orop TO piacKiiiac Georgian Bay FetosKeu Chicago S E James accompanied by tho which has been housed Tho following quotations fairly No other 11 ue offers a panorama of 460 miles of equal variety und interest detail of nurses and physicians reprosenc our market for burloy to Day and Nioht Service Between who went to Ohiekamauga last week baoco 1806 orop Four Trips per Week Between DETROIT AND CLEVELAND returned on home Sunday morning Trashdark or damaged 4 OOfft 5 50 Toledo Detroit and Mackinac tobacco bringing with them some fifty three Common Oolorv trash 5 50 Fare 0ach Direction 7 00 MARQUETTE PETOSKEY THE SOO Berths 75c Ji Stuteroom 179 sick soldlors from Camp Thomas Medium to good oolory AND DULUTH Connections are made at Cleveland wttu 10 00 7 00 trash LOW RATES to Pictureiquo Mackinac Karllest Trains for all points Bait South Thero were a few of the boys who 0 00 and Southwest and at Detroit for all and Return Including Meal and Uerth oolory 7 00 wore too sick to move Theso woro Common lugs notlugs Approximate Coat from Cleveland points North and Northwest 17 10 50 8 00 Common Oolory Sunday Trips June July Aug Sept0ct0nlf from Tolado 141 from Detroit 1330 left with every provision made for Medium to good oolory EVERY DAY AND NIGHT BETWEEN 13 00 10 00 lugs their comfort Tho sick men brought Common to medium leaflO 00 14 00 TOLEDOi CLEVELAND PUT-IN-BA- Y back were sont to tholr homes 10 00 14 00 Medium to good leaf Gov Bradley personally and unac-Â¬ Good to fine leaf Pamphlet Address fiend ic for Illustrated 18 00 10 00 Deiroii ana Gieyetond Navioauoa comparor p A OITMOIT UIOH At A SOHANTX 20 00 18 00 companied by officers visited evory Soloot or wrappory J jt VillrPnitaai WASH LADIES SKIRTS cat i t t j ix To Mackinac Â¬ 150 and aigtifejj I fli in ii il iin iJsWiiTstfctfrisi A jVllfiAaltiiyiyyillil SUMMER - CLEARANCE - SALE I i --USTO 311 JLjX2T MILLINERY 50 75 STZESIEIIEXV 3E3ECJES II II I III I lllllWTlffTIWTIlll WIM m IIW IIIWII1 IIJM 11 s SPECIAL SALE OF CORSETS I V COTTON AND PIQUE SKIRTS 100 150 200 250 2 100 150 100 150 175 150 8400 II II S Corsets S Corsets Thompsons G Corset P D Corsets Cant Break Corsets Cant Brenk Corsets Cant Brenk Corsets now SO now 75 now 98 now now 115 now 115 now 275 GO cents cents 100 125 for Hats former price for Hats former price for Jlats former price for Hats former price skirts now 1 250 skirts 3 skirts 3 Pique 1 now 160 now 125 2 3- PTQUES yards just received of these very scarce goods white black and colors 500 skirts Iuquin ruffle now now Sashes 350 All Silk Moire Sashes fringed ends now 225 450 All Silk Plaid Sashes fringed ends now 250 350 All Silk Black Satin Sashes fringed ends now 225 RELIGIOUS Pique skirts Paquin rufflo vl r WASH GOODS All Wash Goods at cost and less ZLZ wzrvr s SBIRT WAISTS 1 150 and 2 shirt waists 7y now 50c KJSC2C222S k vocal solo Moment by Moment was sung in an impressive manner by Mr F D Bull Ascension Episcopal Church This coming Sunday at 330 oclock Rev R L McC ready rector Mr in the Association all interested men Robt Emmet Abrnhnm assistant of the city will be cordially invited Divine service at 11 a m Sunday school in the chapel at 945 to attend a special meeting witii our college boys This will consist of a a m Services Wednesday afternoon at service conducted in a manner sim ilar to the meeting held at the Collego 430in he chapel Messrs T P Grant Jo AD seats free and everyone cor- Association C Norwood Ernest Wallace and F dially welcome D Bull are among those who will Baptist Church Rev INT B participate in the program which Adams the pastor will preach at 11 promises to be spicy eutertaiuing Dont miss tins and instructive a m and 730 p m The Young Peoples Society will special meeting meet at 030 p m have Truth wears well Prayer meeting Wednesday night learned that DeWitts People Early Little at 730 Sunday school in the Chapel at 945 Risers are reliable little pills for a m Special classes for young men regulating the bowels curing consti Â¬ They Seats free and all are cordially in- pation and sick headache 1 Â¬ Hn earaweii MWv T7TwyyCrAyyr7 M The first tpnn of thcMirv Card well Crutcher Academy of Jftl Ky will begin the second Monday in Sept 12th inst The new school room now in pro cess of construction will be furnished with elegant single desks ninp charts and all the helps found in an chool Sept 3 lm The Warscopc Â¬ Pittsburg Central Stock Yard 5 Offer Yards have Superior AdvaHiaRs to Shippers ben enlarged rebuilt rearranged point t eastern markets DIRIBUTION POINT EAST It is it the nearest j OF CHICAGO BEST For Baltimore V mhington Philadelnhia and Now York markets Good buyers for x ort cattle and ofcli jr stock always in attendance Commission firms ive prompt attnotiu to consignments O H Sept 10 3 m LLB3IJN JR Superintendent Sjj5tjd7rJjZZ SbXiUiL 7y77S257S2S3SiS7SSS2Sj vited dont gripe Tyler 49 Hemphill There is a strong and growing de- Cove Spring Park mand for yearling calves both steers There will be no admission fee and heifers all through the tate charged All patrons of the railroad The price is ruling from 10 to 30 will be admitted free c We hope this enterprise will be according to grade and breeding abundantly successful These pic Crowned Queen tures of which there are 120 will Agent for Champion Binders Reapers and Mowers Old well repay any one who goes out to Hickory Wagons Columbus Buggy Co Buggies Hay Rakes Princess Wilhelmina was crowned see them let alone the ride both Cultivators Disc Harrows Machine and Harness Oils on Tuesday last ways on the cars Queen of Holland The young Queen became of age on Try My Prices Before Going Elsewhere See My Goods the 31st day of August and assumed Dr Boiling the duties of Queen as above She is said to be a brilliant and handsome Has removed his office to his resiwoman and is very popular with her dence No 413 Ann street D Mc Henry property Hours 11 to 1 Oatholio Church The sual ser people 2 to 4 G to 8 vices to morrow conducted by Rev Telephone No 29 46 tf You invite disappointment when Father Thomas Mai or the castor DeWitts Little Low mass at 730 a m High mass you experement Early Risers are pleasant easy Dr lilies Nerve Plasters for Rheumatism Vespers at 730 p m 10 am thorough little pills They cure constiOld Timer Firbt Presbyterian Churoh pation and sick headache just as Rev Mr Arrick of Mt Sterling will sure as you take them Tyler 49 Hemphill preach at 11 a m and 730 p m While the workmen were digging Sunday school at 945 a m Old Time Fairs a trench on Main street on Tuesday Christian Endeavor Society meets at 045 p m in Sunday school room preparatory to putting in new gas Prayer meeting Wednesday evenIt is a gratifying fact that all the pipes previous to putting down the 730 ing at old time old fashioned county fairs new brick street they unearthed We shall offer rare bargains in every department in order to clean out our stock and make room for Methodist Onuncii Rev George held this year have proven success- the old cedar log pipes which were whereas the new fashioned originally put down long years ago H Means the pastor will preach at ful 11 a ra and 730 p m horse races with fair attachment to conduct the water from Cove be the last service of the This will year A full attendance have faded away It is to be lioped Spring the fiit water works ever Conference f that the managers of such institu- had by the city The remarkable requested bunday Bchool meetB at 930 a m tions will have learned something part of the whole matter was that Epworth League convenes at 045 by the time the seaon returns next Which will soon commence to arrive This will bo the log pipe was in a perfect state of p m in the ladies parlor tho opportunity of the careful housekeeper to re preservation the stringy cedar bark Prayer meeting Wednesday even year plenish her Table Linens Towels Napkins Sheet Â¬ ing at 730 p m not having even decayed Official Board meets Tuesday even ings Cottons tfcc at ridiculously low prices Come Tho Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the in er and avoid the rush Tuesday is Black Goods Day The public cordially invited to at Â¬ Christian Church Rev George Darsie the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Mornintr subject UA First Class Investment Evening subject Pilates Wash Basin Young Peoples Society of Chris- wan Jiinueavor meeiB at oio in iu chapel Leader Miss Minnie Scott Self indulgence or Self Topic denial meeting Wednesday night Prayer at 730 Topic Business and Religion Junior Endeavor meets Friday afternoon at 4 oclock Sunday school meets at 930 The public will be cordially wel corned to all these services and es pecially strangers in the city Demand for Calves The Frankfort Suburban Elec trie Eailroad Company have made arrangements by which these famous war pictures will be exhibited every evening next week in the pavilion at 3 xdie-a-XjEir STIN r lasr- - Farming Implements Wagons Vehicles Harness -- ai Â¬ For Â¬ One Week Only 001v3vXEITOZIS7c3- MONDAY AUGUST 22d Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ NEW FALL GOODS j A Â¬ OASTOflXA Bridge Horror tend Rev Wm Crowe jr the pastor will preadh at 11 a m and 730 p m Sunday school at 930 a m Young PooplosSociety of Christian Endeavor meets at 645 p m Prayer meeting Wednesday even- Â¬ ing at 730 To all these meetings the public is oordially invited y m o Southern PresdyterianChuroh For Infants and Children spans of tho international The Kind You Have Always Bought Two bridge over the StLawrence river in Bears the in New York fell on Tuesday kill- Â¬ Signature of fytfC4C V ft ing eighteen workmen and wound ing some sixty more many of whom ResignedAppointed will die Â¬ CASTOR I A 2r HEENEYS Dry Goods Emporum 311 Broadway A stubborn cough or tickling in the Much to tho regret of everybody A NOTES throat yields to One Minute Cough Gen Dan R Collier has resigned his Harmless in effect touches of the local Cure The various committees Big Association will soon begin to make tho right spot reliable and just what position as Adjutant General deflnito plans for the many difToront is wanted It acts at once Tyler A hearted Jolly Dan Collior is popular 41 linos of work and attractive features Hemphill with everyone who loves a true man to he provided at the Y M O A dur Â¬ His private business requires his ing the approaching fall and winter pick attention making months In view of this the mom bois can be of great assistance at this les Gov Bradley lias appointed Col time by offering biiggobtions regard Wilbur It Smith of Lexington to ing any department of tho work in se succeed Gen Collier Col Smith is which they may bo specially inter- Â¬ ested thus giving tho directors and Â¬ an elegant gentleman and will make commilteoH a better understanding de Â¬ a good ofllcer of tho roal ncoda and desires of tho and young men in our community which as NEURALGIA cured by Dr Miles PAW is knowing will better enable them to One cent udoso At ull druggists iixh plan tho work intelligently so as to make tho Association and its a Ivan tagos of greatest possible benefit to Try tho Capital Stonm Laun Â¬ young mun dry for a clean shirt or collar Tho Power of Habit was tho theme of a helpful address given at 10 tf dis- Â¬ Telephone 17 u tho Mens Rally last Sunday by Prof K Crawford of Danvllo Ky A 0 I Â¬ TAGG BACON THE LEADINGra wk - -- mat m your you must have strictly pure selected spices in order to cur th bflndsomo ap pearance flavor sired And it just important that you use pure cider vineear Got all ihesn articles at averills Drug Store and you will ot be appointed In iw tife 4 tint i Men In JDJBjILj JzIEIS I35T- Ai 1 bk I di I Hardware Paints c CT 1 1 r innnnnnninnrui nnnnnnrui ruvg Our New Leaders In Clocks H M Iw HUB r The nccompmviriK cut represents one pattern of a cele brated clock line we have just received It is the cheapest iud best made 8 day clock in the world Oak case 23 inches high 15 inches wide and sells as follows Â¬ mlbi sm Bfeaa 8 day strike 350 8 day strike alarms 300 v81HKmIv 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 M ctiruuvruxru u u uu u ltu A SELBERT Jeweler Frankfort Ky i iu u li u u LTLruxruxr in i jTjuuxminjrririJinxtfv places just before the landing of the American Commission The buy at that place was made black with the vast quantities of powder emptied into the sea Adjutant Wrights furlough was cut short by a telegram from his Colonel V Y Cook a Kentuckian by the The Fourth Kentucky Volunteers way requesting him to come at oncei have beon ordered to Anniston Ala as tho Second Arkansas would be reto go into camp Them tained in service and leave Friday The Second Kentucky Volunteers The Fifth Missouri Yolunteers have have boen ordered to Lexington to been sent to Kansas City from Camp for Anniston Ala It ia estimated that the expense of be mustered out of service Hamilton where they will be mustered out and not at JefTerson Bar the war in the army was 78500000 We are asking for business that will save buyers money and GenMiles has returned from Porto Lives lost in the navy 36000000 Rico reaching here on Wednesday rack at St Louis as was the orig- in tho army officers 88 men 231 inal order last on the transport Obdam died of disease wounded 1450 The Fifth Illinois Volunteers and 1500 Lives lost in the navy officers Sergeant Eobt Semones Co E Second Regiment came home on a First New Hampshire Volunteers 1 men 13 drowned 1 wounded 88 who have been at Camp Hamilton furlough on Wednesday night The U S Steam Warships Oregon srme ten days under Gen Sanger Sergeant Carroll M Wnlcut Co E have been sent home to be mustered and Iowa have been ordered to San 2d Kentucky Volunteers came home out of the service Francisco and will remain on the Pacific station in order to be easily Sunday on a ten days furlongh Our Wonderful New Stock of Gen Maximo Gomez the Cuban Capt Julian Kersey Co E 2d lender has written a letter to Gen available as assistants to Admiral Kentucky Volunteers came home M c Butlerj of the Cuban Commis Dewey should there be trouble at Manila or the other Philippine Thursday on a ten days furlough Scnoo 1 Books slon placing himself and army ab- Islands solutely under the control of the Gen Alger Secretary of War will By some inexcusable carelessness soon visit Camp Hamilton at Lex- American Commission the sea cocks of the battleship Iowa Will make friends outshine rivals ington on his tour or inspection of Active preparations are being Capt Robley D Evans were left open camps made to send Gen Lees corps to at the Brooklyn navy yard dry win victories and sell itself on its Maj Gen Jos C Breckinridge Cuba so soon as the rainy season is decks and when the water was merits every time First class thoughout and com- Â¬ now commanding at CampThomas over and the danger from yellow turned in to float the vessel the vessel bining style quality and elegance Chickamauga will move his head- fever Is passed The corps will era itself was flooded with water The with prices stricly fair brace some 42000 men quarters to Lexington next week extent of the damage is not yet The Chaplain of the battleship known MjorSam M Swigert joined his regiment the Third Regular Cavalry Oregon who charged Capt FightMajor General Coppinger and at Montuuk Point only to find that ing Bob Evans and other Captains of Major General W M Graham Brig- Â¬ Ho they were ordered to Fort Ethan the American fleet with cowardice in adiers in the Begular Army retire the Santiago battle has been ordered from tho service on account of Allen Vt for Four the age limit this month If necessary Gov Bradley will before a court martialout trial from Wash Rear Admirals W M Sicard E 0 We are anxious to show you our goods but we ask for your The news was sent 8md for any Kentucky soldiers who patronage only when they give complete satisfaction may be sick in the hospitals at ington City on Monday that the Matthews J N Miller and F M Montauk Point Long Island College First Kentucky Volunteers Louis Bunce retire this month also ville Legion will be returned from Admiral George Dewey retires or Fort McPherson Porto Rico in the next thirty days December 1899 Admiral W S The Fifth Missouri Volunteers and mustered out of the service Schley October 1901 Admiral W passed through this city on Tuesday T Sampson February 1902 By a dispatch from Private Hord en route to their home State to be There will no doubt be general mustered out of the service The Brown Co G 71st New York Vol expression of sorrow and condolence unteers we learn that he has entirely varvf man t tuoa nr CJVVlU ttiitna oaitcvnl lllllliai VKAAJtkV 1IHJ Joe Wheeler reonvwred from tho vellow fever has with gallant Gen The Division Hospital of the i Pfln rpieilSpi from the Minn of de when it is known that his son who Second Division at Chickamauga 212 St Olair St Ky tention and will reach home Sept 15 was serving on his staff was drowned at Montauk Point on Wednesday has been closald so reports Gen H on a furlough V Boynton This is the hospital Gov Bradley has determined not together with Lieut Kirkpatrick They had gone In the island of Cuba by the forces of 1st Cavalry which has been so severely criticised to send another relief train out as bathing and were sucked down by the United States beef cattle and The Spanish Admiral Cervera but few Kentucky soldiers are left in They had other supplies intended for the starvthe heavy undertow called at the Navy Department in the hospitals There will bo quite a both gone through the Santiago ing inhabitants of the island may be Washington City on Wednesday to neat sum left over out of the 3000 campaign with honor and credit to admitted free of duty subject to the discretion of the commanding officer return thanks for the kindness and borrowed by the Governor to send themselves of the United States forces at the Vt courtesy shown him and his fellow ont his relief trains Gen Pando tho Spanish General port of entry who is hereby charged prisoners Moorhead Wright Adjutant and who has just come to this country with the responsibility for the gratu t itious distribution of food supplies In line with tho Spanish duplicity Ordinance Officer of Second Arkan from Cuba states in an Interview to the starving inhabitants of the for Chickamauga that he was in Tampa Fla as a Island exhibited right along vast amounts sas Volunteers left Signed Wm MoKinley of ammunition guns c were de Monday morning after a pleasant spy all the time the troops were diiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimimitiiiiiiifa a stroyed by the Spanish soldiers at visit at the beautiful country homo mobilizing and embarking for Cuba Contract Awarded San Juan Porto Rico and adjacont of his sister Mrs S French Hoge that he gave his government all the information necessary that our sol The contract to fjupply the State diers wero not soldiers but a mob our officers utterly incompetent and with stationery for the enduing year ng 1 He was lot on Monday last to Messrs much moro of the samo rot Co of Louisville Iiiillillilil complimented the navy John P Morton however WAR NOTES Â¬ We Beg No Favors We Deserve Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ flf guments ae Useless Iiet the Goods Talk Sloes Hats j Â¬ Stationery Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Sale is ExDecma Unless we Prove This i VII I L MeCLURE k SOI Frankfort Â¬ pv4 44 Â¬ t Â¬ ppr M rprp Healthfullness v liililil lllllllilllH 1 i of the bath depends largely on cleanliness of the bath tub Court health and shun sickness by using llTJl mSHINfi THE N K FAIRBANK PoWDfifc for all household cleansing purposes largest package greatest economy Mado only by Bold ovorywhoro COMPANY Boston Chicago St Loula Philadelphia New York and its officers Strange if our army was a mob and our officers a set of incompe Â¬ tents how it was that 11000 of that kind of chaps caused the surrender of 23500 Spaniards after licking them out of their boots As liars the Spanish take the bakery Tho President has issued the fol Â¬ lowing proclamation which explains itself Exkcutivk Mansion Sept 0 98 By virtue of authority vested In mo as Commander-in-Chie- f of tho army and navy of tho United States of America I do hereby order and direct that upon tho occupation and possession of any ports and places in who were tho lowest bidders Births Mooke On Sunday to Mr Ernest Moore and wife a son Win Mc Kinloy For Sale 11 11 X2 1 t ii li I 1 I i2 I I I t saloat tho courthouso door on county court day In Septem ber the house and lot situated on the corner of Third and Main streets South Frankfort formerly owned by the late Wm McEwan This is a offer for Â¬ Will u KltAMC l A K II 1 A Illllllllllllllllllllllllllll J ltKRIK UllCUtfO iiacox JouLvMe i i property 40 lt very desirable piece of residence I J Andukw Cain Exr t r - m n - t igflfa M THIS IS THE LAST SALE OF SUMM TO TO mm7i mim i C71H f I faaP mMIm msr nrSto csjllfescs rn 50 cents does the work of a dollar 25 coats doos the work of 50 cents and 10 cents does tho work of 25 cents That the prices and qualities given have been eminently satisfactory to tho people of Frankfort and surrounding country is fully evidenced by their phe nomenal patronage at our last weeks sale During a long continued sale of magnitude lines of goods in our various departments have become broken and nnother weeks sale will clean out tho lot Wo are daily receiving new Fall goods and need ail the possible room wo can SECURE READ THE CLOSING PRICES 50o doos tho work of Â¬ 4 100 For 298 yon enn bny a nplondid servic ablo mans suit For Gr0 yon can boy a fine suit Not ono of this lot is worth loss than 1200 SO pairs mons striped cottonndo pantp To close bat this lot we cut them to i 25o pair 1G0 toko Mons heavy fall pants worth yonr choice at 08o Boys knee pnntB low as 19o rJnir Ohildrons school snits from 98c np FALL OVERCOATS may bo a littlo early but wo think yon will buy if yoa see them Mens heavy drill drawers all sizes to close out the lot wo oat them to 23o pair Mons bnlbriggan Shirts and drawers cut to 19c worth 35o Ladios this Horn interests yon Wo aro selling skirts at such low price that will Burprise you See our 98c skirt also onr 125 and 200 line Ladies summer oorsets good make nil sizes in this Bale for 23c Ladies 40o corsets out to 25c Best table 20o oil cloth only 14c yard MenB heavy 10c socks only 4o pair It Good Bhirting cotton only Go yard ChildronB Easy waists all sizes C to 13 yours out to 20o Good quality red tablo linen 19o Good quality unblonchod tablo linon 25o Bed ticking as lovy n8 Go yard Marks O N T thrend 8 s pools for lOo Jno J Clarks thread 2 spools for Go Dragoon GOO ynrd spools Go Ladies muslin underwear at loss prioo than you can buy the material and make them Mattings low ns 9o yard 20c mnttinf cut to 12Jc Cotton tottcls Go Large cotton towels out to 9c Bed spreads out to G9o Luce curtnins out to G9o pair Fancy Pilkalino in this sale at Gc per yard Mens suspenders 9c LadieB waists to closo out our line take- your choice at 26c Large qnarfc bottles ammonia only 8c 15c Hamburg embroideries cut to 9c-yard In shoes wo out tho prices lower than any other former Bfilo Mons heavy working shoes 89c Mens line shoes 98c Ladies flno cloth top lnco shoes out to 125 LndieB fine button slioe3 low as 89c Boys slioes 89c Childrens shoes for Bchool wenr 49o Infiintrt shoes nnd slipperB from 19o np- - Come early -- Remember there is only one LOUISVILLE STORE in Frankfort Next door to Driscolls grocery A TJVBAJSTSiJESZnr fc OO AB LiIGT7 3r ST CXJAXE5 STEEET FElTEEOET rsrV a Manager nT tub FraoRfort FRANKFORT want 10 1898 SEPTEMBER Texas Letter Editor of the Roundabout While I sat listening to the rain ns It gently pattered on the roof I suddenly thought of writing another letter to let our Kentucky friends know how nicely we were piogres- ing We I mean all of the Texas folks for such are we now consid- ered have gathered our crops and have fine gardens planted again and will soon have plenty of vegetables Â¬ Willis Texas Sep 1 98 best girl Sunday Miss Rosie Shield Miss Maude Semones was horse- Â¬ back riding Sunday The horse threw her off She was hurt but not seriously Mr Ulysses McDaniel basset up a new store on the Harvieland and Stoney Creek pike There he will be found ready to wait on all who of all kinds People here raise two call on him or three gardens early and late HelloCharliehaveyou ever broken The men folks have gone on a deer mule and drunk out of the chase and have not yet returned that yet but I rather think they will be suc- pitcher Mies Edna Stigers was the guest of cessful as the woods are full of game Now is a tine time for any ot you Miss Rose Anne Goins last Wednes Â¬ who would like to come to Texas day Mr John Goins called on Mis The lands are cheap ranging from 250 per acie up to 10 that is one Liza Belle Polsgrove mile out from town and further Mr Estill Penn of Eminence vis Â¬ You had better come now while ited relatives at Pleasant Ridge Sun- Â¬ chances are favorable for land is day going up all the time There are Papas Only Child so many new comers here til every little shanty is in use and some fix About ono month ago my child them a tent til an opertunity ailords which is fifteen months old had an them a house attack of diarrhoea accompanied by Mr Tom Hicks doesnt believe we vomiting I gave it such remedies wrote to him that some one else has as are usually given in such cases been writing and using our name but as nothiug gave relief we sent Why theres a law for such as that in for a physician and it was under his Texas and he writes to Mr John Z care for a week At this time the Elkins to know the honest truth child had been sick for about ten about Texas As tis impossible for days and was having about twenty him to be convinced that we are five operations of the bowels every writing to him we thought it would twelve hours and we were convinced be n kindness on our pait to let him that unless it soon obtained relief it through the would not live Chamberlains Colic know for certuin Roundabout Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy was We work hard and have plenty to eat drink and wear What more it I soon noticed a change for tho could a person wish for better by its continued use a com- Oh I do wish we had some way of plete cure was brought about and it sending the Roundabout a quarter now perfectly healthv C L of deer This is so nice and fat Will Boggs Stumptown Gilmer Co W close wishing the editor a long and Va For sale by J W Gaylo Â¬ large crowd was present Good order prevailed during the whole A CRITICAL TIME time Mr and Mrs Harry McDaniel visof ited relatives at Millville last week During Santiago Boys do you want to learn tho latest program in sparking if so call on our friend E F Smith Sick or Well a Rush Night Mr Walter Clark visited his sisAnd Day ter Mrs Dr Miles last Saturday and Sunday also of Santiago at Mr Fountain Aynes was with his The PackersWerethe Battle de Cuba Their all Heroes Â¬ xMiingrmsuiiiiMiiiiiiitHiiMtMiwiwiwiniHiaiiiiiiniiiiiiwiaiMiHiiifltm the Battle 5QO REWARD BICYCLES AT 3000 35001 I 1 We will wager t500 that no bicycle manufacturer in America is producing a HlghGradi Bicycle equal to our 1898 American Special on which has been placed a price ot 935 and is offering to tho general public to all alike Further that our Â¬ 1750 Heroic Efforts in Getting Ammunition and Rations to the Front Saved the Day Are better bicycles than can be bought in America for the same money We employ no traveling men issue no oxpensivo circulars sell our entire output to riders for cash only have no bad debts therefore can sell IHfWCIES 100 per tht cheaper than any manufacturer in tho United States Wo never deceive the publiccent No one can succeed in so doing Our bicycles are scat subject to approval without any advance We expect to sell 15000 bloyclep In 1803 and wo only want to make 100 each whatever We much prefer to sell 15000 at a protlt of 1 00 each than 1000 at 15 each Any prices above ours made by other concerns aro made so by oxtrnvagnnt expenses and dont let any- one oonvince you that you should pay for extravagances nnd bad debts of others Buy of SEND FOR CATALOGUE AT ONCE the maker and save your money I I i happy life Respectfully Willis Texas September 11 12 Wo would have enjoyed that fort Cincinnati quarter of venison very much We roundt trip tickets are obliged for the wish to send it all return at half rate the same Editor Mus John Hicks 965 St Louis 965 and 18 tho Frank- R R will sell to St R Louis and A G J Do You Wish to Gain Flesh Nkwton P A A Clever Trick is realy no trick about it Anybody can try it who has lame back or weak kidneys malaria or nervous troubles We mean he can cure hlmsell right away by tak ng Electric Bitters This medicine tones up tho whole system acts ns a stimulant to liver and kidneys is a blood purifier and nerve tonic It cures constipation headache fainting spells bleepless- ness and melancholy It is purely Happy Ridge vegotablo a mild lavatlvo and re storcH tho system to its natural vigor Meeting nt Antioch Sunday morn Â¬ Try Electric Bitters and bo convinced ing and also Sunday night Rev T that they aro a miracio workor N Arnold will occupy tho pulpit Only 60c Every bottle guaranteed Tho Mothodlst Church at Ilarvie n bottle ut J W Gaylos Drug Store 8 A lund was dedicated on Sunday gain from five to ten pounds on a trip to Mackinac If you aro run down take n cruise up tho lakes We gunr anteo your outing will benefit you The cost is within tho reach of all Send 2e for illustrated pamphlet Address A A Schantz G P A 1 O Steamers The Coast Lino De- Â¬ troit Mich Ninety per cent of our passengers It certainly looks like it hut there -rhoea in more or less violent form S and when we landed we had no time I AMERICAN MACHINE COA1PANY Columbus Ohio to see a doctor for it was a case of rush and rush night and day to keep bllllllIMIIMIlltlMIIMIlllllllIMIMIllMIlIMIlUIMIlalttUIlaMIMICUMlillMlJ 13 iyr the troops in ammunition and rations but thanks to Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy we were able to keep at work and keep our health in fact I sincerely believe that at one critical time this medicine was the indirect savior of our army for if the packers had been unable to work there would have been no way to get supplies to the front There were np roads that a wagon train could use My com- Â¬ rade and myself had the good forlnnotn Inv in n snnnlv of this meditMno for our pack tiain before we left Tampa and I know in four cases it absolutely saved life The above letter was written to the manufacturers of this medicine the Built on strictly scientific principles nnd of the highest grade Co Chamberlain Medicine Des materials Price 35 Fully guaranteed How can we do it Moines Iowa For sale by J W Simplicity in construction and not belonging to the Type Â¬ Gayle writer Trust result in an honest produot at an honest price You need a typewriter It adds tone to your business and is the Forks of Elkliorn greatest time and labor saver of modern time The Blickens derfor is tho only high grade machine at reasonable cost Durable Portable Visible Work Interchangeable Type Un- Â¬ MissMayme Gallehue will begin varying Alignment Unexcelled ManifolderNo Ribbon Nuisance BCnool Monday morning Tho only typewriter receiving highest award at Worlds Fair h VftS in Greatly improved sinoo Adopted by the Western Union Tele- Â¬ llagoSunday shUcing hands with graph Oo friends and relatives We were BTSend for catalogue and testimonials all glad to see him and find the re was about his being Prtwhen false regiment came to iniss ng Lexhis ington We are glad to state that those on the sick list are much better They 125 E Fayette St Baltimore Md 918 F St N W Washington D O Simdy IIoUn a V Misses Mayme Gallehue and Annie Sorth wero in Frankfort this weok attending tho Teachors Institute Mr D Morris Brock loft Wednes dav for Jjoxinctnn whnrn ho will nl tend school at tho Kentucky State College Many of his friends dreaded to see his departure Miss Nellie Ilockonsmith of Frankfort is the guest of her cousin Miss Daisy Ilockonsmith P E Butler of pack train No 3 writing from Santiago De Cuba on We all had diarJuly 23d nays I a S Â¬ r WV iK v zmd iitaF MOORE BROS Mull RIlPv PDQrtPlf Pf Oily uOiiul Ippewiiiei ls Gen Agents i TllRrZ JACOB SWIGERT CO I I a visit to friends n Cine nnatl Mr Leo Fiench wife tlnd children of 0won county visited near our village this week Mr James Gallehue and Miss Bertha Estes were married at tho brides homo Monday September 6 at 430 oclock p m Wo wish them much success in their luturo life and hope their pathway may bo as bright as the morning sun n llXu iD nfi i after 101 AND 102 ANN J3TREET HasBmnn Only Me thu Capital Hntnl