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The VOL Frankfort Roundabout A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS SATURDAY TERMS GEO A LEWIS Publisher 100 In Advance NO 3 XXII Teachers Association FRANKFORT KY I SEPTEMBER 17 1898 Shepherd made in this city while Chaplain at the prison will be glad to The Tenchers Association of the know that ho has been placed in so Bnld Knob Mngisterinl District will responsible a position be lipid in Eden School District but Appointed will meet in Lebanon Church on the 15th of October third Saturday Reuben Taylor colored has been PROGRAM appointed laborer at the Govern- Â¬ 930 Devotional Exercises ment building vice Mr Ben Robin- Â¬ Welcome Address I Dodridge son the appointment becoming Green effective the first of October This Responso Agnes Brawner appointment was made by Collector Relation of Teacher to School V Roberts Moore State Board of Pharmacy Select Reading Eva Cain Arithmetic Maggie Johnson Dis Â¬ The State Board of Pharmacy will cussed by Lewis Lee and Lula Man meet in this city on Tuesday Octo- Â¬ ford ber 11th for the examination of ap Â¬ Recitation Nannie Baker plicants for registration as Pharma Â¬ 11 Recess cists Dr J W Gayle of this city Song Ventilation and Circulation Drs is Secretary of the Board to whom all applications for examination Bailey and Minish Woman as an Educator Nettie should be addressed v Alberman History W J Allison Discussed by S A Hulette Maud Johnson Lizzie Hnhn Noon Song Recitation Roy Jouett General Principles of Education W E Thompson Language in our Country School- sDiscussed by Agnes Brawner Florence Hieatt A S Hulette Mag Â¬ gie Merchant Geography Lizzie Ilahn Tra D Green Ida Semones Lewis Lee A J Model School Teacher 1 Hulette Model Trustee Prudence Brawner The School Management or the Seven School Virtues Ira D Green Essay Stella Manford Closing Remarks Miss Lucy Pat H tie I D Committee on Program Green NannieBakerAgnesBrawner All teachers are invited to be pres- Â¬ W J Allison Pres ent Deafness Cannot Be Cured By local applications as they cannot ireach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deaf ness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucoub lining of tie Eustachian Tube When this tube iB inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely olosed deaf ness is the result and unless the in flamation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ton are caused by catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surÂ¬ face We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for cir- Â¬ J P OHEENEY CO Toledo jQTSold by Druggists 75o Appointed Presiding Eider on nrfl 1 fVfi ft O Rev E L Shepherd lately Chap Â¬ lain at the Frankfort penitentiary has been appointed Presiding Elder of the Lexington District by Bishop Ninde of the Methodist Episcopal Church The many friends that Rev Mr overy instance had proved the bane of existence They were compelled to endure the utmost incompetency Ourei a Prominent Attorney and provoking insolence from both man and maid servant Said the feminine heads of fami Â¬ lies housekeeping on the farm is on endless drudgery and cultivation is poorly remunerative Those who ore so unfortunate to be in the hore business said the difficulty of good service and the high prices paid to the indifferent consumes any profit which might accrue Said the perplexed farmer what are we to do We can find no re Â¬ POWDER sponsible renters for our farms and Absolutely Purs we cannot move t town auit leave them to the depredator So we must grin and bear it pOYAL BAKINd POWCEtt CO HEW YORK In Fayette county many large B B 0 PHELPS tho loading pension attorney of Belfast N Yt writes farms are being sub divided and now was the successful tiller of the soil is the account Iof 111discharged from tho armv on Nominees for Congress health and suffered from man who does his own work from milking the cows to hoeing and gath- Â¬ pfioart trouble over since I frequently had smothering Up to the present time the follow- Â¬ Truly times have fainting and man of 60 I spells My form was bent as a One Minute Cough Cure surprises ing gentlemen have been nominated ering his crop constantly woro changed N an overcoat oven In summer for fear of people by its quick cures and chil- Â¬ by their respective parties for Contaking cold I could not attend to my busi Â¬ dren may take it in large quantities Yellow Jaundice Cured ness My rest was broken by severe pains without the least danger It has gress in the different districts of the about the heart and left shoulder Threo won for itself the best reputation of State Viq years ago I commenced KilflWinrr hiimnnifv olinnlrl using Dr Miles any preparation used to day for colds C K Wheeler sumlied with everv means nossihln Heart Cure notwithstanding I had used so First District croup tickling in the throat or obsti- Â¬ Democrat G W Reeves Popuitet for its relief It is with pleasures we much patent medicino and taken drugs from nate coughs Tyler Hemphill This is to doctors for years without being helped Dr Second District Henry Allen puoiisn tne loiiowing 49 Miles Heart Cure restored me to Democrat W T Fowler and Geo certify that I was a terrible sufferer is truly a wonderful medicino andhealth It It affords from Yellow Jaundice tor over six Good Fishing me mucn pleasure to recommend this rem W Jolly Republicans Sam James months and was treated by some of edy to everyone jr Populist the best physicians in our city and Dr Miles Remedies Now that we are having cooler H Third District John S Rhea all to no avail Dr Bell our drug Â¬ are sold by all drug MKVn weather and cooler nights espec- Â¬ Democrat Dr M P Creel Republi- Â¬ gist recommended Electric Bitters gists under a positive fg -- roues and after taking two bottles I was guarantee first bottle ially tho fish are beginning to bite can J H McMillen Populist entirely cured I now take great benefits or money re Â¬ - iRestoreslw in Elkhorn Quito a number of our Fourth District David II Smith pleasure in recommending them to funded Book on dis local Isaak Waltons have interviewed Democrat Chas Blanforcl Republi- Â¬ any person suffering from this terri eases pt tho heart and Wfc Health ble matady I am gratefully yours nerves free Address the shining beauties can D N Witt Populist M A Hatrerty Lexington DR MILES MEDICAL CO Elkhart Ind Ivy Chief Patriarch of the Order Col Fifth District Oscar Turner jr James Gibbons has called a solemn Democrat Walter Evans Republi- Â¬ Sold by J W Gayle chniggist 4 conclave to invent new incantations can Nominees For Appellate Judge THE HEHDEBSOH RODTL for the deception of the finny tribes Sixth District W M Donaldson Republican When you call for DeWitts Witch The following are the nominees for Seventh District Evan E Settle Judge of Hazel Salve the great pile cure dont the Court of Appeals in the accept anything else Dont be Democrat Thiid District in Co accepting a substitute talked Eighth District Geo G Gilbert Republican Judge Wallace W for piles for sores for burns Tyler Democrat BETWEEN Geo M Davison Re- Â¬ Jones 49 Hemphill publican W H Zeigler Prohibi- Â¬ Democrat Judge J P Hobson Louisville Evansville St Louis tionist Veterans to Meet Populist W P Marsh Ninth District MordeeaiWilliams AND ALL POINTS OZ The National Association of Mexi- - Democrat Sam J Pugh Republican Tte Kind You Hava Always Bought Tntn District Thos Y Fitzpat- - Bears tho can War Veterans will be held in WEST3 MRTJIWEST SOUTHWEST Signature Louisville commencing Wednesday rick Democrat W J SeiU Republi- of can Sept 21 The only line running three double H H Tye Eleventh District Every preparation will be made Pianos and Organs daily trains to Evansville without to extend to these time worn and Democrat Vincent Boreiug Repub change with high back coaches and The direct line to St S B Kirtley whose piano adver- Â¬ Earlor car grizzled veterans an enthusiastic wel- - hcan running two double daily come tisement appears in this issue is a with high back seat coaches trains People have Truth wears well and Addresses will be made by Gov learned that DeWitts Little Early responsible and reliable business man Pullman sleepers through without N Bradley and a number of other dis Â¬ Risers are reliable little pills for He is a nephew of JohnG Craddock change Tickets on sale at L regulating the bowels curing tinguished speakers of the Iventuckion Citizen also of office this city For information as uuu uu niuft iicauinjuc Alley the late Park Kirtley for so many to rates route sleeping car booths etc call on A V Hite agent L N dont gripe Tyler Hemphill one month ago my child years the well known President of R R or address About 49 B L BRYANT which is fifteen months old had an the Cynthianu National Bank H C Mordue T P A attack of diarrhoea accompanied by For the Roundabout Asst G P A vomiting I gave it such remedies A Discouraging Condition of Farm Life as are usually given in such cases in Kentucky To day but us nothiug gave relief we seut for a physician and it was under his For care for a week At this time the Born and reared on a blue grass tetter the speedy and permanent cure of salt rheum and eczema Cham child had been sick for about ten days and was having about twenty- - farm in ante bellum days I felt berlains Eye and Skin Ointment is nve operations or tne Dowels every curious to see if methods had without an equal It relieves the itchand smarting twelve hours and we were convinced chanced and if It still retained man v ing continued use almost instantly and its effects a permanent charms I visited cure It also cures itch barbers itch Si3nJ fine farms in Woodford and scald head sore nipples itching piles Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy was several chapped hands Observation con granulated lids chronic sore eyes and recommended and I decided to try Fayette counties it I soon noticed a change for the vinced me that the once ideal life ex Â¬ better by its continued use a com- Â¬ isted no longer All were fine farms Dr CadVs Condition Powders for plete cure was brought about and it horses are the best tonic blood purifier C L owned by the occupunts each was and vermifuge Price 25 cents Sold by is now perfectly healthy Boggs Stumptown Gilmer Co W located three and five miles from J W Gayle and LeCompte Gayle Thss handsome table Mahog Â¬ town The servant question in Co Va For sale by J W Gayle 31 ly Royal makes the food pure wboleiome and delicious Dr Miles Heart Cure ftM Â¬ V p T O HIA i i co-ist- I Skin Diseases Â¬ Â¬ any inlaid top and shelf vvyvvvvvvvuvvvvvvvvvFvvvlvvvvvvrvJtflltJll Tl PLACE TO GET COIL The coal I sell is as good as ever came out of tho ground clean carefully screened free from more than tho uncertain kind Give mo a chance- to prove this i i 2 R Rogers Is the place where you can get the best coal for the least money S Sons It is 4 dirt or clinkers It costs no 4 E G MATTEM THE- i i nitiiuiltr FRANKFORT OFFICE NEXT F C FREIGHT OFFICE GAINES OLD STAND TELEPHONE 100 I L aAuuAidAU icjuAcjfloAmlfejtac jAuAoAciks Jj I 334 MAIN STREET O mwaswmra PERSONAL day Mrs S E James spent Saturday in Lexington MIbs Ada Scottow visltod frionds nonr Sholbyvillo this week f Mr SD Johnson and wife roturnod Sunday from Now York City Miss Eloiso Hall is attending school jit Hamilton College this year Miss Ora Scottow loft Thursday for a visit to friends in Eminence Miss Mary Keith Miles visited friends in Lexington this week Mrs Lucy Robb of Mercer county is visiting relatives in this city Mr Wm ICeaton of Henry county visited relatives hero this week Hon Thos G Stuart of Winches- vtor was n visitor hero this wook Gov Bradley went to Lexington Wednesday to visit Oamp Hamilton Mr J Andrew Gain and son of Versailles were in the city Saturday Judge J Q Ward of Paris was in the city on legal business this week Rev Thos J Stephenson of Georgetown was in the city TuesÂ¬ tion Judge B L D Gufly took in the Omaha Exposition during his vaca- Â¬ City Mrs M BRDay has returned from a visit to Louisville nnd New York City Miss Hallie Rodman of Louisville pent Sunday here the guest of rel atives Mr John Macklin Stephenson of Georgetown attended Circuit Court Tthis week BIr Berry Perry of Shelby county Mo is on a visit to relatives at Harp this county TYTk Clnrwfvn TV Willi a rP TTntian a ds visiting relatives in this county Tiis old home Mr A MDuvall wife and children left for their new home at Peaks Mill this week Mr R H Pace wife and daughter of Shelby county visited Mrs H G Davis last week Mr Field McLeod of Versailles was here this week in attendance upon the courts Mr John Macklin Stephenson of Georgetown was in the city on legal business Saturday Mr Leonard Banta of LaGrange was the guest of Mr L B Marshall and wife this week Mr Geo 0 Graddy and Mr Jesse CJraddy of Versailles were in the oity on Wednesday Misses Lindsev of Louisville who have been vifciting relatives here liave returned home Mr Loraine Rogers of Montgom xy Ala is visiting his brother Mr H Rogers in this city Bridgeford and Mrs Charles daughters have returned from a visit to her sister at Oorbin Mr Ferd VanDerveer the first class lightning jerker is visiting rel atives in this city this week Mrs Jane Herndon of Boone coun- Â¬ ty is the guest of her brother-in-laOapt B O Milam in this city Mrs Hammond of Henry county was the guest of her son Mr A B Hammond in this city Sunday Mrs Estill D Gufify and daughter little Miss Mercedes of Louisville visited relatives here this week Mrs John M Jameson nee Emma Ooleman of Millersburg is visiting relatives in this city and county Mr John Rogers Miss Maggie Rog ers and Mrs A B Hammond re Â¬ turned from Niagara Falls this week Misses Mollie W and Ida W Dry den who have been visiting relatives in Ohio returned homo on Monday Mr Ovid Staten son of Mr Joe T Staten has gone to St Louis Mo to make that place his home in future Mrs J V Crane and daughter MisB Xulie left Wednesday for a short atay at Tatham Springs Washington w Â¬ Â¬ Mrs Ohas Clay and child and Miss Pepper are visiting in New York lines on tho Danville stage twenty yoars ago Mr Goo G Fottor of Louisville waB hero Thursday Rev A O ITonsloy of VorsallleB was horo this week Major GeoPGillnmof Louisville was in tho city this week Mr Egbert Stephens and wife have returned from Now York City Misses Mattio and Lizzie Hoppard aro visiting their sister Mrs T J Curry in Owen county Mrs George Shonkle wont to Louis- Â¬ ville Wednesday to attend the wed- Â¬ ding of her niece Miss Oarrio Roihl man Mr Burgo Ayres of Hamilton Ohio who has been visiting relatives nnd friends in this city and county loft for Louisville on Thursday Miss Laura Ginochi of Lexington and Miss Angelina Fugazzi of Cin Â¬ cinnati were guests of Mrs 0 Fu Â¬ gazzi Third street this week Misses Annie Maudo and Lula Mo Gowan of Missouri who wore guests of Miss Annie Samuel St Clair street returned home on Wednesday Mr G T Scoarco of this county wont to Lexington Monday to place his son Boyd and his daughters Lizzio and Pauline in school at State College Mr Ashley Guy a soldier recently discharged from tho Second Tennessee Infantry is visiting his sister Mrs William Cromwell on South Shelby street Mr W G Simpson and wife leave to day for Boston MasB where he goes as a delegate to tne sovereign Grand Lodcre of Odd Follows in the United States Mr Landon S Coleman of Middle town was the guest of his brother Mr John M Coleman on Wednesday This is his first visit to his old home in fourteen years Misses Tempie Crutch er of Mur- freesboroTenn and Mamie Orutcher of Duckers Woodford county spent uu WOCli win iurs ueo a jjbwjb Mr John Johnson of Oregon but a former resident of the Forks of Elk horn this county visited relatives here this week this being his first visit here in forty years Â¬ BIRTHS Gboiuir On Sunday to Mr Kd ward George nnd wife n son CANriKLD In this city on Satur Â¬ day to Mr J A Canflolil and wife a pon Julian SiiowALTisn On Sunday to Mr W S Showaltcr and wife a son weight 12 pounds J V Graham Showaltcr Stagg In this city on Thursday September 15 1398 to Mr Frank G Stagg and wife a daughter Mar Â¬ garet Milam MATRIMONIAL In Shelby ville on Monday Mr Jos L Bo hannan and Miss Mary Porter were married by Judge Tipton Black Newkiuk On Thursday morning at the residence of Mr BoirANNAN PoitTKu I i1 Dr Baxters Dental Rooms Main street opposite Opera House 29 tf m 3 tf Mis3 Maria Lindsey will return from Atlantic City October first and resumed her lessons in music 52 td Try Miles whole wheat flour Jewish Rosh New Year The Jewish New Year or text of occurs to day Ploshanah and is duly observed by our of that faith and their stores are closed and will remain closed until sundown to night fellow- -citizens Removal Co have moved to Nickles the Duvall Building opposite court house with a new lull line or dry 3 1m goods and clothing B J F A Stephens has removed his harness and saddle shop to 104 St Clair street where he hopes to meet his old customers and as many new ones as wish to patronize him Mr Stephens worked for Mastin Bros several years and his reputation as a first class harness maker is well As he is the only first class known harness maker in the city he should 8 lt be well patronized Reform Schools Located The Board of Commissioners of the State Schools of Reform have agreed to locate the same on the Rosser and Tanner farms some four miles from Lexington There are 200 acres of land in the two tracts and they were bought at 18000 a rate of 90 Messrs Hord and Sam Brown who were members of the 71st N Y Vol DEATHS unteers are at home again coming Tho large farm situated at the Forks of Elk all Mayhall At her J home in this in Thursday They were in had the horn 3V miles frun Frankfort on the Frank tortcrncliinnti railroad lately occupied byK battles at Santiago Hord C Church Is b le Tho plate contains about county on Tuesday morning Mrs yellow fever but is all right now the 35ucies nboufor tvo thlrds of which splendid Elkhorn bottom and Urn remainder excellent Thos T Mnvn nnni nbout 40 m blue gmt 8 land The residence Is ti comfortable years two story lrime situated on uu eminence com Sad News mniulliiR a beautiful view ofthe vllbiReol Forks Mrs May hall was a good Christian f Elkhorn one fuurth of u mile distant and the Elkhorn Creeks one ot which runs hall anund woman and a member of Beech A telephone message from Mr the farm Tht ro Is a largo modern barn for n rial with Ridge Baptist Church Tlift funprnl Sam Bush in Louisville brought stock ti d sultaMo mile track on tho place great out bulklings and n all other was held on VITVcuucsuuy and the the sad news yesterday that the body abundance of neer falling water for all pur A station remains were buried in the Beech of Mr John T Murphy had been re- Â¬ poses nnd railroad buildings po3tollce school house are in sight of the church dwelling Ridge burying ground covered from the water near Seattle The place will be sold cheop m on very easy terms as to and If not Tracy At her home in this and identified The terrible suspense of Septemberpayment rented for sold by the lUth will be next jear For further particulars apply to Frank Chiiin Frankcounty near Clioateville on Friday has thus sadly terminated fort Ky or to the undersigned at No 82 Bull Bio K Louisville Ky JonN C Russell last Mrs Lucy Tracy wife of Mr Country Fire 51 tf James Tracy aged about 70 years A f ter many weary months of intense The barn of Mr Jas W Hughes suffering this humble earnest Chris at his farm at Woodlake was d tian woman has reached the sweet stroyed by fire on Friday night to fields beyond the swelling flood gether with a lot of provender and the rest eternal harness It occurred about 10 oclock She was a tender hearfed and loving The loss was some 500 without in- Â¬ woman in every sense of the word surance A lot of growing tobacco and went Jibout the duties of iife re- Â¬ alizing that she was the child of a near the barn was also destroyed She was a member of the King ifvrrfri 81 wJlFlditt2S Badly Hurt Presbyterian Church The funeral servioes were con- Â¬ ducted by Rev George Darsie on Mr James Graves a young man Saturday afternoon in the presence of who drives a delivery wagon for Mr a large number of friends and neigh- Â¬ flour and feed bors and the remains were buried in Ernest L Crutchers store was driving along the road the family burying ground horse baulked and com- Â¬ Grant At her home near the when his kick In the melee Mr DECORATION DAY AT HOME menced to Kentucky River Mills on Monday l morning at G oclock Mrs Willie F Graves was kicked on both knees Should bo observed by hnving your din and badly bruised ner more special in dainties than usual on Grant wife of Mr R M Grant and and jaw In our high grade of summer He was given surgical attention tho vergegroceries daughter of Mr Geo E Frazier stook of wines and vegetables and is getting along nicely now yon flndfauoy nnd staple supplies that aged about 45 years will enable you to prepare a dinner for a Mrs Grant was a woman of deep king nnd nro ospeoinlly appetizing and re piety and gentle spirituality Her torn p ting just now life has been spent in earnest and zealous Christian work She was a member of the First Presbyterian Church of this city and had been in The leader in first class goods at low Â¬ bad health for a long time est prices Up to tho time of her confinement NO CURE NO PAY to the house she had been a minis- THE NEW METHOD TREATMENT original with Drs K ic K will posi Â¬ tering angel in the homes of many tively euro forovor any form of Ulood or Sexual discago It is tho result of 30 of the poor and humble of the city years oxporienco in tho treatment of Besides her father and mother she theso diseases leaves a husband and four chi- Â¬ Peters 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ i James Black nnd Miss Mary New kirk were married by Rev M B Adams Periiy Eodgers At the house of Mr Newton Harrod No 116 Ken- tucky Avenue West Side Mr Jns Madison Perry and Miss Myrtle daughter of Mr John William Rod- Kers were married by Rev James A II G Davis near Clioateville Mr i w mm wtwum hi p r God Tho day boro her away on its wings and as we stood by her open grave the dreary patter and pohbing of tho rain chanted a long thrilling requiem as the wet mound rose above AND tho coffin making it doubly harrow Â¬ ing to commit tho rlcnil to iN long FARM FOR SALE last resting place Hut time bean HOUSE precious healing on its broad pinions So in the infinite mercy of God As mr lumUli Is fiilllnr I offer for sule my close at tho heels of Azrael follow roller Hour mill n il house mid lot oil Inoiitrd In Hmvll e Ky mill u rirn of 1 n ncrtv Ijliw nenr the winged hours laden like Sisters Kl vtlle at biwiitn Th mill H u rail rollor of Charity with balm for the be Â¬ iiilil with UKticyl run if custom mid lms been ted Y reaved ones We fully realize that liiteir loll liiiicliiner Nortlyko fc MtirmM Litest Improved roller for Heaven is for such as her when wo corn Wm nitutclty Inn ulni birros outfitday por of lit think on the beautiful serenity and Also tiuiidfnn lotiil utttuMi On tusiinio with mill unfailing piety of her long well InRunuuMiiiilbitickimlllitho shop Isn small dwell with u good set spent life that she is with the white of tools nti illit ill tinollliK robed throng singing elernnlly as stories with nilIs ntcessarj room frnmo of tivo they shine Having solved the Itiff n nood f tuue birn he utbullIsIIiir Inc ud lot well sot In line fruit last great mystery no longer aged fiultrt A tries iiinl the tmitleii with nil small rim vf II of lusting water at the door infirm wan waxen and sllenOint and Ico Iiousm on tm plnre infinitely youthful and radiant her Tho rami all mi r is except twonly flve eutlHou and lino Has a pure spirit now dwells among the acres which Is Intcbuccj burn this jenr orchard good immortelles of eternity which tran Â¬ upon dnelllng i If j ou want it bargain call and spo me scend how much we may not even W PARKER guess the flowers she loved so well Ail 21 lm Elmvlilo Ky here on earth Asleep in Jesus blessed sleep f5 From which none ever wake to weep A calm and undisturbed repose 100 acres of land In Leon county Texas 7 miles Unbroken by the last of foes from Contervlllf tho county seat with a popula- Flouring Mill AP i I I I FOK AXjEJ A A beautiful acres in grass cottage of five rooms with galleries Will exchange for a small place in the country Apply at this office 50 tion ot 400 It lms n ery joi1 3 room house and a barn nnd about 10 acres or land Is In culti- Â¬ vation Price 5 50 per acre Uno hlrd cash suburban place of 2 and easy terms on tho balance Corres ondencu LORAINi ROGKUS improvements a brick solicited 52rU Waco Texas Granddaughter Â¬ tf BLUE GRASS FARM Back Home FOR SALE OR RENT 1 I llSlfcMlm Â¬ im ivmmzwmmzmx John Driscoil ldrenMrs H F Lindsey MrThos P Grant and Misses Annie and Onie Grant and a wide circle of friends to rnburn her untimely death The funeral took place on Tuesday afternoon and the remains were laid to rest in our cemetery Verily earth is poorer and heaven richer in the death of this good woman WE CURE SYPHILIS per acre The schools will be placed about county In Mcmoriam one half mile from each other Judge W W Jones the RepubliMr C E Richards of Cincinnati Judge in can candidate for Appellate Â¬ Died her the Third District was in the city is tho aechitect and he approved the ville KyAtMay home near JacksonCURES GUARANTEED 18 1878 Mrs Sarah location Saturday Thousands of young nnd mlddlongod W six Pace aged ninety two years men hnvn thnlr vitror and vitality sapped Itl Promoted Mrs Jas F Montgomery and chilmonths and three days She joined by early abuses later excesses mental dren have returned from a three worry oto No matter tho cause our the Methodist Church when about New Mothod Treatment is tho ref ugo months visit to relatives at Lewis Bv tho following which wo clin fifteen years of age and had lived a burg W Va AC iUn nnnlrlTn TVfo r f flinrar If COnSlsteilt laithiui f Christian life ijVECUREIMPOTENCY onl nnfinv m Mahlon M Chew nee Buck liumuiOiJiuuftii iMnwMuvium iv guest will be seen that our young friend is Denth lmd no terrors for thisMother Audrcstoronll parts to a normal conui ley of Clovolend Ohio is the rocuoriry r t i zrz Buckley and proving a worthy son of u noble oi t xtjruui herparents Mr John T jiurimy b sinr suuuu W tlon Ambition lifo andUIAlf anomnn nowed and ono fcola bright oer her pathway all adown nmowrmon Every enso Is treated indi wife second street sire vidually no cnrc all uenco oar wonuor No mattor what ails you Mr Alex F Crichton who bears the steps of time She would often ful succofs Mrs Wm Ohoatham and daughtor oonsult us confidentially Wo can fur Elizabeth of Louisville are the full name of his father recently say to her children and grandchll mirb bonds to guaronteo to accom nich bank guests of her slater Mrs James Rod deceased has been appointed by dren my earthwork is done lam W plish what wo claim only waiting my Masters call that man jr this week Lyall successor to his the slver chords be loosed the Buchanan CURED Marv Hnvcraft spent Satur- - father as Superintendent of the golden bowl bo broken 1t How wo Wo treat nnd euro EMISSIONS with her son Sorgoant Will Hay craft miss her from her customed seat at Kentucky Volunteers at Oamp Planet Mill Although quito young the ingleside but we know that be 4th Hamilton Lexington tho new Superintendent had a very neath the cotlin lid Hois nursing tho mi1NMYnnrfHIiAlnElLDisoaM3H 1100KM FREE iuihb TCunico A Bailey of Cincin thorough training for years as his seed immortal and that she sleeps Ly CONSULTATION to call wrlto for that deep dreamless marble sleep PI FREE if unnblo tho guest of fathers assistant nati Ohio who has been jjAjfwwv ivt iiviuu luiriSiiun by which Heaven is gained Tho TREATMENT Mrs Will T urutoner iur buvorui For broken surfaces sores insect long fierce ordeal lias ended tho days has roturnod homo bites bums skin diseases and es Â¬ flames have died out and from smoul Rev Goo H Means loft Monday pecially piles there Is one reliable dering ashes tho purified spirit that for Flomingsburg to attend tho hos remedy DaWiltaWitch Hazel Salvo has toiled and fainted not that has Hion of Kontucky Conference of tho When you call forDoWitts dont ac been faithful to the end patiently I W Fourth Methodist Church South copt counterfeits or frauds You will bearing many crosses has hoard tho CINCINNATI O not be disappointed with Do Witts voice of the Oreat Shepherd and Col Bon Towson of Lawroncoburg Witch llazol Salvo Tyler dc Hemp soared joyfully to the pearly gates of was in tho oity Saturday looking us hill 49 the city whose builder and maker is young as ho did when ho hold the Â¬ i 11 Â¬ ThiB torriblo Blood Tolson tho torror of mankind j ields roadily to our NEW Bowaro of Moroury TREATMENT Potash oto They mar ruin your system If you havo eoros in tho mouth or tonguo pains in tho points soro throat nalr or oyourowa tailing outpimpicBor uioioncr stomach derangement soro eyes head Â¬ aches etc you havo tho secondary stogo Wo solicit tho of this Blood loiton moBt obstinate cases and chaliengo tho world for a caso wo accept for treatment and cannot euro By our treatment tho ulcere heal tho hair grows again painB disappear tho skin becomes lioalthy and BEST TRAINS Kansas City Montana Colorado Pacific Coast Utah Washington Omaha St Paul Nebraska Black VIA lstol Hills i St Louis or Chicago VESTIBULED TRAINS Â¬ 250000 SLEEPERS T M DINING GARS CHAIR CARS RUQQTRAV PA8SR AdENT ST LOUI8 MO HOWARD ELLIOTT OENL Man 8T LOUIO MO Â¬ I 1 LW WAKELEYQENLPA8aRAQT8TLOUI8MO WM CROMWELL Â¬ Kennedys Kergan 22 St Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky Also Real Estnte Agent Will practice In tha Courts of Franklin and the adjoining counties and will also give speutal attention to the pur chase and filo of real estate collection of rents oihlms and thenouotlutlon of loam MnI12KfUW2 jdygV jtMaM jimiinimii iiiiiifui i iiiijur w WmEWI8SSSM3kTK Sfli SS5 ft Hi ft ft ft IE GETTING 1 WEITZEL WATCH OUR ADDS MB To show the Largest the Best and the Cheapest line of ft Dry Goods Cloaks and Notions Ever brought to Frankfort Our new goods are arrriving daily as ft ft ft WAR NOTES St ODONNELL NOTICEOur store was closed at 7 Juiy and August until 9 p m but will be WEITZEL p m during open every ntght ODONaELL fj- Will ft big bargains in all Departments hae AlHJfclfc eral Joe Wheeler who wasaccidently drowned last week at Montauk Point N J was taken back to Alabama and laid to rest in the family burying ground in Lawrence county JiLw M The Fourth Kentucky Volunteers were given their pay on Monday before they left for Anniston Ala Corporal Mervin Parrent of the 3d Ky has been detached from his company and made Secretary at the Provost Headquarters The Second Kentucky llegiment of Volunteers arrived at Camp Hamv Â¬ to ilton Lexington on Tuesday after noon and were at once put into camp and made comfortable Mr Ira S Shy Co B 18th In- Â¬ Serious trouble is feared in the fantry U S Regulars is in Manila Mr Shy is the Phillippine Islands unless the group his regiment with oldest son of Mr W T Shy superin- shall be taken into the control of the tendent of the Old Crow Distillery United States The insurgents are strengthening themselves in every After some considerable delay the way and capturing the Spanish steamer City of Rome with Admiral soldiery and positions in every di- Â¬ Cervora and statf and 170 Spanish rection They openly assert that prisoners from Seaveys Island sailed Spain shall never resume her sway on Monday from Portsmouth N H there and we dont blame them for for Spain it The Promotion Board of the Navy Private Jos II Morrison Com- Â¬ is opposed to the present plan of ad Â¬ pany G 157th Indiana Volunteer vancing men over the heads of others Infantry has been the guest of his but will recommend an act of Con Â¬ father Mr I H Morrison in this gress providing for medals and in- Â¬ city this week His regiment has crease of pay been ordered homo to be mustered Mr Morrison The Fourth Kentucky Volunteers out of the service left Lexington for Anniston Ala was living in Indiana when the war Ho broke out and at once enlisted on Wednesday They were detained owing to the scarcity of cars on the has a younger brother in the Second who went Q C road from Monday until the Kentucky Volunteers from this city time above given Senator George Gray of Delaware Mr George Semones Ambulnace has been appointed by the President Corps 2d Kentucky Volunteers came home on Wednesday to spend a few on the Peace Commission and has days He says he has had a good accepted The Commission is composod of time ever since he went into the Senator C W Davis of Minnesota army and has no kick coming Senator Win P Frye of Maiue Admiral Dewey with his usual Senator George Gray of Delaware foresight and realizing the situation Secretary of State Wm R Day of has asked the Government to send Ohio and Hon Whitelaw Reid of him another warship and cruiser to New York They will sail for Paris assist in maintaining order at Manila to day He is emphatically the right man in Private August Szyraanski Third the right place Kentucky Volunteers was at home The body of Cadet Lieutenant Thomas Wheeler son of Major Gen- - from Camp Hamilton on Saturday He says that he has no kick to make about his army life He has had ja plenty of good wholesome food i and has fared as well generally as he expected He says that those fellows who are kicking so are men who went in the army for a frolic and picnic and not FOR THE DELICATE Q1RL to endure the necessary hardships of soldier life They dont have ice You have tried iron and cream and strawberries soft peachas other tonics But she keeps and caeam but do have an abundance pale and thin Her sallow of everything that the regulations complexion worries you Per Â¬ call for haps she has a little hacking cough also Her head aches j The President has urged the follow- Â¬ and she cannot study Give her ing named gentlemen among others to accept places on the committee requested by Secretary Alger to invest gate the conduct of the war Lieu tenant General John M Scofleld The oil will feed her wasting General Jonn B Gordon General body j the glycerine will soothe her cough and the hypophos- - 9 Grenvillo M Dodgo President D C Gilman General Charles F Mander phites will give new power and vigor to her nerves and brain T son Hon Robert T Lincoln Hon Daniel S Lamont Dr W W Keen Never say you u cannot Colonel Jns A Sexton take cod liver oil until you have tried Scotts Emulsion The message that President Mc You will be obliged to change Kinley addressed to each is your opinion at once Children Will you ronder tho country a great service by accepting my ap Â¬ T of it j and infants do not know pointment as a member of the com Â¬ when it is added to their food mittee to examine into tho conduct 7 50c and fioo all druggists Quartermaster of tho Commissary UOWNE Chemists New York SCOTT and Medical lurcaus of the War Department during tho war and 1 Â¬ into the extent causes and treatment of sickness in the field and in the camps It is my desire that full and exact truth shall be ascertained and made known I cannot too strongly you my earnest wish Hon Chas Denby ex minister to impress upon that this committee shall be of such China in an interview says that the United States should by all means high character as will command the country retain all the Philippine Islands complete confidence of the you will consent to serve That this is the only way to prevent nd I trust William McKinley further trouble among the nations There is general regret expressed That there will be no use for a large army of occupation as so soon as the thart Gen John B Gordon of Geor- Â¬ fact is known all parties there will gia is unable to serve on account of the delicate condition of his health acquiesce in the determination 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 II P Ritter 4127 it indispensable Fairfax ave St Louis Mo For sale hy J W Gayle OF INTEREST TO THE LADIES tK tmi4isJ7t fiMWMMMVrjMi wwww ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft m i Fall Stock Now Ready T- - D C Cur 300 Cos Ladis Shoes See the new last Fall Millinery Announcement The Louisville Store has secured the services of Miss Ida Smith a competent and experienced milliner Miss Smith is an artistic trimmer and the patrons of the Louisville Store Millinery Department wi 11 be surprised this season at tho elegant fall display All the latest novelties and at prices low enough to suit the most economical purchaser 125 150 200 250 up to 400 Vit Jm 5 yJi Vt V T N ALL THE LATEST MnrfeWA J1 3fc xjLBjXS ssHHsBMirr7vriisHssssm Something Will Be Done Now The Kentucky Colonial Daughters have set to work to organize county clubs to work for an appropriation for the erection of new State Cap itol buildings at Frankfort The wqrk of the ladies will be the organi zation at each county seat of a local club composed of the best and most influential women of the county The county boards will secure potitions to present to members of the Legisla- Â¬ ture and otherwise assist in securing an appropriation Communications should be addressed to Mrs Jennie u Morton btate becretary at Frank Fall Races sssSWdsssH 75c 100 150 500 200 up tc All the Newest Shapes and Colors Shoes Sec the Mens new last isl0RHEKV i 250 300 125 150 3 What Shall Be Done 200 up tQ All the NEW SHAP S Ready The Frankfort Jockey Club has made arrangements for a series of races every Friday afternoon from now on until Thanksgiving Day Tho races will begin at 880 p m Admission including each week car fare 25 Our Clothing Stock for Men Boys and Children the largest and hand somest we have ever siown cents Indicted i i scons Hnuision i i Â¬ The Frankfort Board of Under Â¬ writers have been indicted by the grand jury for conpiring to make an insuranco trust to keep up the rates o f insurance Gen D C Crutcher Co f Breckinridge J Ik C MASTIN IDZE-A-XjE I3ST- - i I Maj J C Breckinridge and staff wero in tho city yesterday and made a formal bill upon Gov Bradley f f i i 20000 bolts wall papor at 4c Agont for Dooring and upward Olivor mowors and binders plows Studobakor wagons bug Main street and gies stoves St Glair street Â¬ Farming Implements Wagons Vehicles Harness Agent for Champion Binders Reapers and Mowers Old Hickory Wagons Columbus Buggy Co Bugglos Hay Hakes Cultivators Dlso Harrows Maohlna and Harnoss Oils c Jan 2U ly M A Collins My Goods ami Try ly Prices Before fioini Elsewhere JJyl1 41 tub Franfcfort BQimaaDout nprnnyy w w wy w wy kTrr gwyTyyywwwiy -- HAVE BARGAINS FOR THE PUBLIC xasr Sherwin Paints Lead Oils t 1 Entered nt tlm nostonics t Frankfort Kentucky as second class mailable mutter GEO A LEWIS Editor FRANKFORT and Pub Hardware Lime Plaster Glass SEPTEMBER 17 1808 The Institute Iron Spokes Tho County Teachers Institute Wagons courthouse which convened at the Steel Roofing Sash last week was well attended hy tho Doors I3elting nnd in some respect0 was teachers Guns Leather the most interesting and instructive c Cartridges Wall Paper Institute ever held In this county The meetings were presided over by Miss Lucy Pattiethe Superintendent in her usual energetic nnd business like manner Tho work of the pro- Â¬ gram was intelligently discussed and i nvXaixo much good instruction elicited from The teachers igrS252gfcrfgLlSig these discussions with a unanimity seldom excelled responded willingly to the demands voice has instilled into the iiind ofi s rywvyvwwrcrHjrr7frirwsrsT7 VSSZZS Peaks Mill of theoccasion giving an additional each teacher many impressive evidence that the schools of Franklin thoughts such as before had never Hdelaykd letter county are in good and nfe hands occurred to the les cultured inexperienced He in his great We were treated to a good rain freely drawn upon and Local talent was enthusiasm and love for the work last Sunday and Monday which was ST which lent a variety and interest to has caused many to drink deep of very beneficial to every body and otherwise unattainable the knowledge imparted to them the tobacco crop the session us Prof T C Cherry of Bowling and while he has assuredday that Mr John L Phythian and vife of Yards have been enlarged re built re arranged lb is the nearest not built in a and Frankfort Rome been visiting was the instructor and his insisted was Green point to eastern markets that we could by a more Mr Frank who haveand family re- Â¬ Bacon work during theentire week was of energetic elfin t on our part obtain BEST DISTRIBUTION POINT EAST OP CHICAGO turned home last Sunday a high character and clearly marks the crowning round in the ladder For Baltimore Washington Philadelphia and New York markets Mrs Eliza Hawkins is on the sick ascension isto lov that him as one of the leaders of educa- Â¬ yet the us Good buyers for export cattle and other stock always in attendance many of realize our deficiency in list this week Commission firms give prompt attention to consignments His knowledge while conversing with tional thought in the- State O H ADLERTON JR Superintendent Sept 10 3m Miss Virginia Bacon has maimer of presenting thought for his our very able instructor yet if we home from a weeks visit toreturned friends hearers is pleasing and at the same knew all we would not need an in- Â¬ and lelatives at Paris 20f He was structor time clear and instructive Mr Ja Jenkins ind family moved Resolved We find in Prof Cherry ably assisted in the work by his the assurance that he is ever a triend to our town last Monday talented young wife who gave the to them who befriend themselve- Mr Penn TIaydon of Cincinnati Institute a series of valuable lessons Resolved We believe the State formerly of this place and Miss should adopt a unilorm ytem of but Bacon of near Swallowfield in reading and elocution Lucy -- CASH QUOTATION text books and that we use every were united in marriage last Wed On Tuesday evening Mr and effort in ct eating a sentiment that nesday the 1st of Sept at the home ROYAL 230 Best Patent Flour per hundred Mrs William Cromwell entertained this end may be attained of the brides parents Rev M B QUEEN 2nd Patent Flour per hundred 220 the teachers at their elegant home Kannii Baker Immediately Adams officiating Agnes Bkawner Family Flour per hundred on South Shelby street Wednesday 210 after the ceremony thev left for their DAISY Claka Piehatt Low Grade Flour per hundred evening an entertainment was given uomu ui Vjincinnau we wish iiiuui FANCY 200 Robt D Hancock a long and happy life the teachers in the chapel of the 60 Corn Meal per bushel E R Jones Mr Ed Manford is working like a Corn city school building Committee 50 -- per bushel tiger at Mr Win Haydons store Shipstuff per 100 lbs The program arranged by Mrs 70 putting in shelves getting it ready Property Sold Cromwell was replete with good Custom grinding Wheat and Corn a Specialty for use Gov things and highly enjoyable Mrs Alex Bacon of Swallowfield Bradley in hisaddress impressed his Mr J Andrew Cain as executor passed through the Mill last Tues- being a strong advocate of the estate of Mr Win McEwan day on her way to Switzer audience as deceased sold to Capt W S B Hill of public education Miss Anna Hampton of String On Thursday Mrs Cherry gave an on Saturday the former residence of town is the guest of Miss Anna Mr McEwan on the corner of Third Will Stafford this week elocutionary recital at the court- Â¬ house to an appreciative audience and Dewey streets South Side The of Bagdad was Mr L a two story frame and the guest Jenkins Eq llannen and house of ex Her work is thoroughly natural brought is 2700 equal to cash family last Saturday and Sunday skillfully artistic and very entertain- Â¬ It is a veiy desirable piece of propThere were nine converts baptized ing Space forbids the special men- Â¬ erty in Elkhorn Creek in front of Mr tion of many who deserve it The Sute Staffords last Sunday after- Court Day Sales Institute adjourned Friday afternoon They were fiom noon at 3 oclock leaving a lasting impression for good The following sales of stock were the Union Church near Cedar upon those who had attended and Mr True and Miss Hannah Phy Â¬ made by Mr H G Davi dealer in Sale engaged in its work thian of Thorn Hill were in theMill live stock in this city on Monday the first of the week The following resolutions weie county court day adopted Mr Frank Bacon and wife of this 51 stock sheep at S5 each place left lat Thursday morning for Resolved That we the teachers of LYON POTTER 19 stock sheep at each Cincinnati wheie they will attend Franklin county extend our sincere 20 stock sheep at 250 eich theG A R They will be there thanks to the following named cit some two or three days Mrs Alex izens of Frankfort who so kindly j 3 yearling steers at 21 each Bacon accompanied them assisted us in our work of the week 6 yearling heifers at 22 each Blui Belle Col Thos B Ford for his addre s of 2 weaulinir calves at 20 each Our thanks are due and welcome Jersey cow at 1310 DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve has tendered to Col John L Scott for hisi 3 sows an 15 pigs at 347o entertaining addie s Thursday mom- the largest sale of any salve in the world This fact and its merit has ing Mr and Mrs Win Cromwell Everv woman RUould know led dishonest people to attempt to for their delightful reception to the1 that there is a -great home Virnlcounterfeit it Lookout for the man J teacher at their homeTue day even flint tf11a fkuaw tnflnot about the reprowho attempts to deceive you when all ing i Toi itnoaab nir ms many ex- Â¬ ductive physiology you call for DeAVitts Witch Ilnscel cellent talks and interest manile sted of women and all Salve the great pile cure Tyler Of throughout the entire session about the home- - Hemphill 49 Resolved That wo are greatly intreatment of pecu- debted to the following named per- Â¬ KarpJS diseases vMC liar to the sex sons who contributed so much to Queen Orescent will sell low kThis book con- the success of the literary entertain Â¬ tains iooS pages rate tickets from all points in Ken- Â¬ ment at the City School chapel Wed Â¬ 1 and over 700 il- Louisville Conference M nesday evening Gov Bradley for It tucky tBS r a1 lustrations W LYON Mrs his address Prof Graham called Dr E Church South Louisville Ky Western POTTER CO were Viwym ierces Com- - September 20 23 1898 for ReprosoiitHtivoa Newnimi Messrs BrMan VanDer Bv Soiib for oight yonrs Steinway o veer Bridges and JJadden for the ija m au Meuiciti used Baptist Young Peoples Union which thot explains the hijh S music Hubert Burns Wilson tor his y reading and original selections Mrs to cost Si 50 Over seven viser It thou- Georgetown 21 23 chnrnotcr of their pmno Btock Ky Sept hundred Ilenly of Chicago III Lyon Cherry for her entertaining selec- Â¬ sand people purchased it at that price and 1898 who nro tho lnrgfcflt denlors in tions over 1200000 people now own copies of it Kentucky Bankers Association muxicnl instruments in tho Resolved That we were greatly lor a limited time copies will be given bought the Lyon benefitted by Prof Loers talk on away free Louisville Ky October 12 13 world ntook consisting ofPotter hunThis crreat book contains the names ad- Coh drawing and penmanship dresses nhotoirraohs and experiences of 1898 dreds of piiinos at a f ruction of Resolved That wo thank MlsS hundreds of women who were once hope- their cost These pianos occupy Lucy Battle for her untiring interest lebs invalids but who have been restored four full floors in tho Lyon Pot Tha Kind You Have Always Boqghl and impartial manner towaru tne loroDusiwomamyueuun uyweuww Minri ter immense music store The Bears tho II IS TfiTttu lnxmrt Tracnrlrt mtl teachers new Steinway upright and baby medicine acts directly on tne aeu- Resolved That we very much ap vclous grands and other high grade in cate organs distinctly feminine It makes the courtesies of Judge them strong healthy vigorous virile and struments are offered at from Sreciate Esq Thomson SheriffSuter clastic It fits for wifehood and mother100 to 300 less than current suffering of hood It banishes the usual Organs At this speolal stuol am valuos and Mr and Mrs James W Alley the expectant months and makes babys now making in FranUfoit for a Resolved That wo express our advent easy and almost painless It robs you new Up thanks to Mi s Emma Payne for motherhood of its puils It insures the While in few dajs I will Bellneighbors haveÂ¬ Special sale of organs promptness and etliciency in con robust health of the little new comer and a Frankfort selling pianos I will ofler right Pianon your nourishment ducting tho musical exoicises dining bountiful supply of natures nervous inva thogieatest bargains ever known just paid 100 for 300 thoso they paid 300 for 200 200 Pinnoa for lLr 100 It transforms weak sickly 35 50 50 Pianos 100 Pianos Pianos tho week here in tiuhh style and high grade Pianos for 100100 Organs for for 75 75 Organs tor 70 now for Organs40for 05 lids into healthy happy wives and mothers 85 75 new 00 for Resolved That wo aro under obli- - For paper covered copy of Dr Pierces organ Organs your neighbors are tor 25 Kesy frat nations to tho following per ons of Common Sense Medical Adviser send 21 paying 7f lor ol S80 for GO 95 for new 80 OrgiuiH for J0 new 75 Organs for 50 Strictly high grado organs will be to cover cost of mailing class instruments in every rcspoot New 70 Organs for 15 A guarantoo Frankfort and thank thorn for tho one cent stamps Dispensary Medical Asso71 any bank in your county will approve a for grn- - only to Worlds curtesy DCCrutcher Leave your name and address at given with every new Piano or Organ such as ho had time as my stay in low tuitously furnishing the institute ciation Buffalo 31 N Y For elegant French otlicoof tho Houndahout and I will Kemember the abovoOld prices can only taken infor a shortnow Pianos Call on btamps cloth binding trade for Piauos Frankfort limited with pencils and tablets WeitelA Miss Edith Cain of Clinton Allegheny Co adviso you when I will he in Frank Â¬ me or drop isme a lino for illustratedand Oigans sont free Hours from G to 0 catalogues two ytnrs of huuerlug Pa writes ODonuell for assistance in various began taking DrAfterrceH Pnvorlte 1retcrlpUoiiI fort S J J K ui r ley ll ways Prof Nenl for luruibhing mus ond am nowentlrelvciired I hml been tiouulucl with female weal tied- for some time nnd also ical instrument troublesome drain Resolved That we recognio in with I anm happy and well on the bybteni but now Prof and Mrs Cherry prolicient and In cases of constipation and torpid liver Will sell round trip tickets to able worker Just such us an insti- Â¬ no remedy is equal to Dr Pierces Pleasant ROUNDABOUT the tute needs and should be proud of Pellets They regulate and invigorate fail Louisville at one faro from Sept 20th and such as any institute would do stomach liver and bowels They never and to and including trains scheduled to Is a gentle laxative little I have n full and oompleto description of tho Lyon Potter Stock Send for it arrive at Louisvillo morning of Sept woll to secure tho nervico of next One a mild Pellet cathartic They never gripe year Sho with hor plain easy and two honest dealer will not urge a substitute 3lfti account Fair and Driving As I Any instrument in this stock will bo placed in your home on Uial and if not satis- An faoiory will bo removed at my expeuse sociation pimple language and highly cultured upon you Harness Cement Plaster Hair Brushes Wheels Wire Fencing Whips Tin Crockery Ware Pumps Threshers Williams Mixed Hunting Goods Rims Agents for Favorite Furnaces Peerless Engines mmmiuyx JW JJJUJ A COLLINS Pittsburg Central E and St Olair Streets l77Z7Kh7ZlZ2SZI2EZ22Z7K7S7tIXj7 LIBERTY Yards Onr Superior Advantages to Snippers - i ZAj4hbsJJhjKJl ZJSiZS24hJjZ ROYRL MILLS B L weisenburgh Proprietor Frankfort Kentucky j Â¬ tat Piano ni MM IMSliLY Prints Retired from Business of the 1 1 rz Â¬ Â¬ H l Extreme Interest to Pimo Purchasers I I 11 Â¬ Â¬ M OAOTORIA Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I 11 Â¬ Â¬ LN S B KIETLEY Care of Factory Agent Frankfort Ky Â¬ For the Next THIRTY Days I Will Offer THE RADIANT HOME AIR BLAST With XXth Century Fire Pot CALL AND SEE THE STOVE IN OPERATION Cook and Heating Stoves gfresLtlsr reduced prices to ciot do vn Stools -- A-t AT MY STORE Tin and Iron Rooffing1 and Guttering and Repair Work solicited City Council Frankfort Ky Sept 13 98 The Mayor and all the members except Councilmen Dar- Â¬ nell Eggleston Griffey Miles and Stuart were present The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved Petition of M L Carmody for saloon license at the Tobin stand was referred to License Committee Petition of citizens of North Wilkerson street asking that they be relieved from the surface water from Fort Hill Referred to the Street Committee Petition of East Main street citizens asking for an arc light near the Arsenal was referred to Gas Committee Petition of citizens of East Main street asking for an alarm box Referred to Fire Committee L N Railroad was granted to unload the permission Uuffalo Bill show on Broadway Oct 11 Petition of Building Committee of F M I to build Â¬ Â¬ -- sower down East Main street was rejected Petition of W II Netherton asking correction of his assess- Â¬ ment Referred to Finance Com- MUSICAL QUESTIONS EanaaananannEanacanannnaEana cacacncaRnRnGiacncnnnEacn acaaEiQaaaGauaaaoaaauaEacaEa caarjoaaaoaDacacacacacnoa ci HO DU Â¬ Where to Buy Pianos What to Buy and ca Chicago Advantages How to Buy GO ca Uncqualcd in Any Other City mittee Petition of citizens of South Side asking that street in front of the Reddish property be widened before the brick streets Referred to are put down cator it frequently is the center of ca ca home life and around it the family na gathers for pleasure and inspiration C2 The child with an ear for music ca froor riAiYirnirfon fn Vio rnnnrrorl should have a musical instrument worthv of li s at n meeting Wednesday nigntyounR life with vounK llfein and for 1 ca melody its soui The report of the work house none is too good The first question ca keeperwas received from Finance is whereto goto decide upon what CO to buy It is true business sense to bo Committee and ordered filed look upon a piano as an investment A Diano is an educator It is things in one a musical instrument Iota EQ onrl ii en ou two ca Unequalled This is the proper expression for our spring stock We are showing the latest All new styles En a Ea ca Ed ca ca EC tonn nf fnrnUiirn Ac fin frln ca Ed ca ca ca aa a E3 SWASH FABRICS y TTTTCi The Mayor returned with his CJTTTDnrC OJ3k XJLVi X O At lowes prices ca aa a na a BO Â¬ Â¬ HOW I Old She LOOKS Poor clothes cannot make you look old Even pale cheeks wont do it Your household cares may be heavy and disappoint ments may be deep but they cannot make you look old One thing does it and never fails It is impossible to look young with the color of seventy years in your hair approval the several ordinances in relation to DricK streets passed by the Council Councilman Miles was made Chairman of the Finance Com- Â¬ mittee on the request of Coun Â¬ cilman Blackley The committee appointed by the Mayor to suggest a suitable name for Main street South Side was given further time The Charity Committee sub mitted plans and specifications for a house at the pauper grave yard The Mayor was instruct ed to confer with the County Judge in relation to matter of building same The Street Committee asked for ordinance for paving north ot Second street from side Bridge to Shelby street house that sells the greatest uumber gg of instruments can give the best ca bargains There are bargains and bargains The real bargain is when a house with the largest trade and ca with a reputation worth ten thousand GO ca pianos to uphold tells you it is a bar- Â¬ ca gain It is time that tests an instru- Â¬ n ment and buyers of pianos do not buy for a month or a year A good toned instrument that continues ca good for ten twenty thirty or more ca ca years is the instrument to think na ca about providing you can afford it Ea i I CLOTHING It is surprising to For Men Boysjand Children a a ca Ea a ca Ea a E3 see the vast number of Mens and Boys Suits we show at prices lower than ever ca ca j ca Where to Buy na to the largest retail music store ca Go eq Healey ca Lyon world in the you find ten stores ca Chicago Here aa with a piano auditorium giving unlimited range for choice but at a comparative for rent far below the very smallest store This must be your most favorable place because you find hundreds of pianos ranging from 50 to 1500 from Here are pianos which to select in one Ea now EQ a Line t Mothers know that we al ways display the very newest neatest and nobbiest suits for the little ones in Frankfort We have the sole agency and control of the well known Duchess Trousers Â¬ Â¬ ca ca ca na ca Ea ea fifty styles ca from ten manufacturers ca fifteen kinds of cases not in- Â¬ Ea and fur- Â¬ cluding any of the unreliable tirades ca Gas Committee asked for na ther time to investigate title to of wood This is a house where the ca buyers place themselves in the hands ca property on Long Lane alley of the salesmen aim Know that tney y ica ca are safe in doing so Granted I sa a Councilman Shaw called up petition of citizens on Holmes streot for arc light and asked that it be re referred Adopted Tho Engineer made a report in relation to the Benson bridge and the report was referred to a committee of inquiry Councilman Jillson reported thnithnTJndnrwiMLars Insurance sa aw Buying a Piano 75 Saved I I Aprs vigor permanently postpones the tellrtale signs of age Used according to directions it gradually brings back the At fifty your color of youth hair may look as it did at fifteen It thickens the hair also stops it from falling out and cleanses the scalp Shall we from dandruff send you our book on the Hair and its Diseases oxpecteu from tlio uso ot flti tho VlKor write tlto doctor about it Probably thoro U tome Ulfflculty with your Reneral lyitem which mar bo emlly removed AUdreu DU J 0 AYEU Lowell Man I oraf rnn nno nfnt tn invpstimito thfi above facts and you will be surprised Ea to find out how cheap you can pro Ea For men were willinn- to nink n n vX cure this fine piano addressillustrated ca postal or Ea cnta0RUe and price auction from ipl25 to So cents ietter to toPianocareof Rounda- - ca ca as soon as water was run to tho bout or call at the omce a Ea West Side v For sale a fine new piano S75 less than dealers or manufacturers price Piano is brand new just from factory contains all latest improvements in style attractive aud It will only Piano fully guaranteed ca ca na ca rca ca da Our footwear for Men Ladies and Children is immense ca The newest shades and styles Ladies beautiful Custom na Shoos in black and colors at 2 Mens Shoes at all prices ca We give tho best value for the least monev Ea ca for men and boys You know every pair has a written warranty You should try one pair and you will never buy others Â¬ Ea F1FI na en ca ca ca ca EQ ca ca ca ca Ea ca ca ca ca ESTABLISHED 1877 Pianos and Organs nn na City Engineer asked that tho aa ca Council take some action in re EananannnaEaEacanaEanaEca EaEaEanaraEinacaEanaEaEnna The grandest bargains over offered uacacacacacacacucacaQacaja cacjcacacacjcauacacacacaaa lation to the street car rails to in Frankfort See S B Kirtleys bo used Referred to Street Com- locals in this issue mittee to report Wednesday S B Kirtloy representihg Lyon night Ilealoy will be in Frankfort soon After allowing tho accounts Leave your name aud address at the 1 tho Council adjourned until office of Roundabout and ho will advise you when he will bo in Wednesday night Frankfort or drop him a lino Ad dress S R Kirtloy care of Rounda Lecture at the Pen bout office Frankfort Ky THE LEADING- Mr J B Burton an inmate of Â¬ Â¬ aa 8TAPP kDAbUnt K Â¬ Â¬ the penitentiary will deliver a lecture on An ideal home and love of country at tho prison chapel Tuesday Sept 20 1898 at 730 p in The lecture will he interspersed with humor and the music will ho in charge of Prof Louis II Harris Public uwlinlly invited Admission free Mulue Election kra prtttMMjUj 1 xde-Ijeks ist- - I The Mmxt Advloa Femm you It you do not obtain all thobeno I Tho olection for Governor and Congressmen was held in Maine on Tho whole Republican Monday ticket was elected with a solid dole- gatlon to Congress This was a fore- gono conclusion Hardware Paints FOR SALE BY c FY 1x1 R ROGERS Soptn ly SONS MNIfi umuuiuu jlJ THMWll xuiuiiju - 1 fflUMlW Amnii1u1n1 1 AJIP m i k i j 1 k V k mJfo l a iiIiifJLfrfhii M - JMA fev jAiAVi mtTj ilifcikf 4 ttlll n l MJm A I 4 SUMMER -- - CLEARANCE 3STO- - -- - SALE now now now f 3 IMZXIfcT SXZESIEBX MILLINERY COTTON AND PIQUE SKIRTS 100 150 200 260 2 SPEOIAL SALE OF CORSETS 100 150 100 150 175 150 400 H H S Corsets S Corsets Thompsons G Corset P D Cornets Cant Break Corsets Cant Break Corsets Cant Break Corsets 09 now 89 now 75 now 98 now now 115 now 115 now 275 50 cents for Hats former price 75 cents for Hats former price for Hats former price 100 for Hats former price 125 skirts 1 250 skirts 3 skirts 3 150 125 2 3 PIQUES 500 yards just received of these very scarce goods white black and colors Pique skirts Paquin ruffle Pique skirts Paquin 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 4 WASH GOODS All Wash Goods SHIRT WAISTS 1 at cost and less 150 and 2 shirt waists now 50c Ascension Episcopal Ohtjboh Rev R L McOready rector Mr Robt Emmet Abraham assistant Divine service at 11 a m and 430 p m Sunday school in the chapel at 945 a m Services Wednesday afternoon at 480 in the chapel All seats free and everyone cor dially welcome Church Rev M Adams the pastor will preach at 11 n m and 730 t m The Young Peoples Society will meet at 630 p m Prayer meeting Wednesday night at 730 Sunday school in the Chapel at 945 B will give a musical entertainment at the Capital Hotel on Friday September 23 1898 evening Besides Miss Strauss Miss Pattie Ellison the noted and popular soprano Mr Douglass Webb the talented basso Mr Karl Schmidt the great cello performer will take part The admission will be 50 cents Tickets for sale at Guy City Schools The enrollment of the city schools has materially increased during the Organ izatiun has been past week completed and regular work is in daily progress The statistical con- Â¬ dition of the schools is as follows WHITE SCHOOL HEENEYS Dry G oods Emporum 311 Broadway Baptist Barretts Bears tho High School Grades Total Enrollment 9G THE FALL CAMPAIGN BEGUN We aro here to win with Fall nod Winter Goods at the lowest prices that new and good merchandise can possibly be sold for Â¬ ibv 855 42 OASTOHIA Ths Kind Voii Have Always Bought Number non residents The enrollment to date in the colored school is 418 which makes a total of 1273 for both schools Annual Convention Christian Chattanooga Tenn Oct 13 Church 21 1888 A Good Start is Half the Race I Advertised Letters at Frankfort Ky a m Special classes for young men Seats free and all are cordially in- Â¬ vited Rev George Diirsie the nastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Morning subject Helpfulness Darkness and Evening subject Crime Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor meets at 645 in the chapel Leader Miss Bertha Talbott Topic The Triumphs of Chris Jordan J F tianity Persons calling for any of these let- Â¬ Prayer meeting Wednesday night ters will ploase say advertised at 730 S B Holmes P M ToDic Business and Religion Junior Endeavor meets Friday You invite disappointment when you experement afternoon at 4 oclock DeWitts Little Sunday school meets at 930 Early Eisers are pleasant easy cordially wel thorough little pills They cure consti- Â¬ The public will be corned to all these services and es pation and sick headache just as pecially strangers in the city sure as you take them Tyler Christian Church Â¬ Below will be found a list of letters remaining unclaimed for the week ending Sept 10 1898 Mansfield Josio Bond Jas A Burris Jo Henry Minor Mrs V H Neal Miss Minnie Cress William Simpson James Davis Anna Deritte Richard Stone Miss Jessie Gaines Mrs Mary Sullivan Aaron Gardner William Todd J W Jackson Miss KateVanMeter Alonzo Wilson Brown Johnson John To start aright to brilliantly open the fall of 98 we name below a few specials for next wsek Â¬ One fare the round trip via the Queen Crescent Boute Tickets on sale from all points October 10 to 13 good until October 24 to return See that your tickets read by the Queen and Crescent Handsome vestibuled trains Short Line Free reclining Chair Cars on night trains Ask your ticket agents for partic- Â¬ ulars New Coal Firm 1000 yards outing cloth 4Vc worth Sc 1500 yards outing cloth 8c worth 12 and 15c 900 yards percale 39 in wide 9c worth 12ic 700 yards gingham fast colors 10c worth 12 and 15c Also a largo number of other bargains too numerous to mention Most complete line of Dress Goods and Silks in the city REMEMBER THE PLACE HEENEYS 311 Broadway LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MARKET JL i Messrs McDaniel Wallace have purchased the coal business of the Noel Gaines Coal Co See their ad S TIME TABLE Ho 15 DURRETT BY GLOVER FURNISHED LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Ly SOUTH Lexington Mldvay Frankfort ChrlscUnsburg Eminence Lagrange Anchorage Louisville No 17 No 19 A M P M 430 503 AM An alarm irom oox 10 cauea tnej The first term of the Mary Card well department to the residence of Mr Crutcher Academy of Jetts Ity the First Presryterian Church of Nick Flynn on Todd street be- - will begin inst second Monday in Rev John M Worrall D D twen Dewey and Murray streets on erUf 1t J ne new school room now in pro- Danville will preach at 1L a m and Tu sday morning at 1020 oclock cess 0f construction will he furnished 730 p m Tho blaze was occasioned by a with elegant single desks maps Sunday school at 945 a m Christian Endeavor Society meets spark from a stove in a shed kitchen charts and all the helps found in an at 645 p m in Sunday school room and the house was badlv damaored buiuui Sept 8 1 m Prayer meeting Wednesday evenIt was an old house and not of much ing at 730 value j i vices to morrow conducted by Rev Father Thomas Major the pastor Low mass at 730 a m High mass 10 a m Vespers at 730 p m Catholic Church The usual ser Hemphill 49 m - Fire Tuesday Â¬ ing Methodist Church Rev George H Means the pastor being at Con- Â¬ ference there will be no service tomorrow Sunday school meets at 930 a m Epworth League convenes at 646 p m in the ladios parlor Prayer meeting Wednesday even Â¬ ing at 730 p m Official Board meets Tuesday even Â¬ Â¬ Kentucky Association Running Meeting Lexington September 1930 On account of the running races which are to be held in Lexington September 10th to 30th the Southern Railway Company will sell from all stations in Kentucky to Lexington round trip tickets at rate of one tare for round trip tickets to he sold Sept 19th to 30th limitedl to return Octo- Â¬ ber 1st 1898 With the races 15000 soldiers c visitors to Lexington will be pre-Â¬ sented great attractions There are to be Military Drills Prize Drills and Military Races in connection with the regular programme during the Running Races For further information call on nearest ticket agent W II Tayloe A G P A A stubborn cough or tickling in the throat yields to One Minute Cough Harmless in effect touches Cure the right spot reliable and just what is wanted It acts at once Tyler fc 49 W lea it I Flit One trial of Miles FLOUR will convince tho moat delicious as wholesome bread Ask your grocer for 3 WHOLE WHEAT yon that it makes well as the most tend The public cordially invited to at- Â¬ tf MILES SON Endeavor meets at 645 p m Prayer meeting Wednesday even Â¬ ing at 730 To all these meetings the public is cordially invited Y M O RevWm Crowe jr the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Sunday school at 030 a m Young Peoples Society of Christian Southern Presbyterian Church A NOTES The Students Meeting last Sunday was conducted by Mr Jo O Nor- Â¬ wood who gave a helpful talk on the importance of right living Several participated in the service Hemphill Mr Ray 0 Means will have charge song service to- Â¬ of the young mens night Saturday at 8 oclock Sub ject Light An attractive and varied program is alwavs provided for the Mens Rally hold in tho Y M O A on Sun day afternoon at 330 oclock and the men young and old who come to tho meeting will recoivo a hearty welcome Drop in to morrow and seo for yourself Â¬ Â¬ 9 00 Common lugsnotcolory 7 00 8 00 10 50 Common Oolory lugs Medium to good oolory DISPOSED OF OUR COAL 10 00 13 00 WE HAVE McDunlel fc Wallace who willBusi Â¬ lugs to con 14 00 tinue the business In the ofllce formerly occupied Common to medium leaflO 00 by us and we commend these gentlemen to the Medium to good loaf 14 00 16 00 Frankfort public as worthy of their patronuge 18 00 16 00 Good to fine leaf THE NOEL GAINES COAL CO 18 00 26 00 Sept 17 2t Select or wrappory For Salu A handsome sot of parlor furniture Apply to Mrs J 52 4t V Crane NOTICE 845 Sales on our market for the week 017 just closed amount to 1045 hhds with 5 39 951 650 receipts for tho same period of 493 617 1026 622 03i 1U 4S 641 hhds Sales on our market since Jan 705 1115 707 uary 1st amount to 80950 hhds Sales 745 1114 745 of the crop of 1890 on our market to XT 807 1219 810- this date amount to 65945 hhds Wo can note no improvement over No 10 No 18 No 20 last weeks unsatisfactory market NORTH The offerines have generally been P MI AM P M common and colory trashes aro about 200 720 515 Loulsvlllo only grade that has met with u Lv Anchorage the 237 755 548 very brisk demand On Wednesday Lagrange 314 825 62S 831 852 656 Eminence the rejections were quite heavy and C rlstlimsburg 367 912 722 in consequence there was a better Frankfort 432 960 754 feeling on Thursday and sales were Midway 503 1025 540 1100 decidedly more satisfactory The Ar Lexlugton little good to fine leaf sold this week ranged in price from 1473 to 1875 Reports from the growing crop aro Frankfort Cincinnati Railway encouraging and indicate that it is being rapidly housed The recent sudden change to cooler weather ONLY DIRECT LINE BETWEEN will no doubt prevent much damage that wold have occurred if the hot CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT sultry weather had continued The following quotations fairly represent our market for burley to- Â¬ bacco 1896 crop ASK FOR TICKETS J VIA F C RAILWAY Trash dark or damaged 4 00 5 50 tobacco 5 60 7 00 Common Oolory trash Schedule of trnlns In effect June 6th 1898 Medium to good colory i I 4 trash 7 00 10 00 TRAINS Lv Frankfort EAST Nol AM Paesr Mixed Mixed 700 711 4 80 4 41 pm P M No 3 No 6 115 135 Elkhorn Swltzer Stamping Ground Duvalls Georgetown Newtown 718 72 806 817 734 449 4 69 505 620 New Coal Firm Ar Porla Centervlllo Elizabeth 825 8 30 160 210 220 305 320 3 35 840 345 400 TRAINS Lv Paris WEST navlng purchased the business of Tho Noel Gaines Coul Co we are prepared to furnish to the people of Frankfort and Franklin county the best grades of both hard und soft coal For Sale AM P M A M fI4M No 2 No 4 No 6 NO 8 Passr Fassr Passr Mixed 980 940 945 617 Musical Entertainmont Mies Katio Stmufas of Louis Â¬ ville nn accomplished teacher of lanoing nud a splendid pianist I cider vinegar Get all these articles at AverilPs Drug Store and you will not be dis appointed In making your pickles you must have strictly pure selected spices in order to se cure the handsome ap pearance and flavor de sired And it is just as important that you use Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tho house and land known ns the opposite Col Sullivan property John L Scotts on the hill Terms easy Apply on the premises or to Sept 10 lm Father Major For Sale Offlco Sept 230 Main St Soalos and N Dopot Yard Noar Jj 17 Elizabeth Centervlllo Newtown Georgetown Duvalls Stamping Ground Sttltzer Elkhorn Ar Frankfort AM 7U0 9P3 1028 1043 1100 1107 1120 100 632 6 39 049 666 710 760 810 820 885 860 910 480 445 465 510 525 lm Â¬ NOTICE MOLLIE pure FRANKLIN CIRCUIT COURT E THOMAS Admr ilir vs Â¬ NELLIE THOMAS C DcftS All persons jiuviiiu nanus iimunst j u jnom iix deceased am hereby notlllud to present tho dumotoiiio pnnen us wiulrml by law or ap Â¬ pear bulore mu imcl prou tliobiunu its mjuiiuri lbO bylaw onorbeforoiseptumburlO Wi 1 East Main street Frankfort Ky 185t oiuMiss Nora 1005 2 lt Frankfort 3ty O A Daily oxoopt Sunday face curls Hair braids pulls and N B uonnoots made and braids made over Call oouneots withL O 1G5 Two bedroom suits one onk and one cherry three piece suits also one oalc sideboard Address Lock Box 749 760 FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI A M P M PM Ar 11 20 710 Frankfort 430 Lv 620 Lv 1028 520 lAr Georgetown Georgetown 017 533 Lv Ar 1028 8U0 400 Lv Clnclniiutl 730 Ar JTolcman No 524 with Q l3t Com F 0 w JJ ft 1 n 0 cuted at this office Job work neatly exe Â¬ GEO II HAIIPHR Tim V ifcOlUlhvny m conueatlon with Qnoi CinhCtmt Itoutrt foi niti tho nuluktMt rotitu iront Knuikfort and Purls to the sjouthund via CIticlii iiiiU a illitiot 11 no to ho rant mid wast WlSwit JOSHPII R NKWTQN A lT A i nnnnnnrmnnnnnruxn nnrinruirmnnjijinnrm rin Our New Leaders In Clocks 8 day strike 250 8 day strike alarms r5 The accompanying cut represents one pattern of a cele brated clock line we have just received It is the cheapest and best made 8 day clock in the world Oik case 23 inches high 15 inches wide and sells as follows Â¬ 300 Finish and Workmanship We also carry a full and complete line of Iron Porcelain Black Enamel and Nickle Clocks Compare these clocks with any made as regards Price M injirLru A SELBERT Jeweler Frankfort Happy Ridge Ky uuuuuuuuu ltu uuuuuuuuuuuuuu u uuurLnrLrLnrtruruxnririnruiJiririJTnjiJirinnjiruinj Dr Boiling lft address and you will be posted as to w huts going on When we have a good rain and a Has removed his office to his resi deuce No 413 Ann street D Mc- - good tune for digging I will dig the Henry property Hours 11 to 1 worms and Close Observer and I will go fishing and what a time we will 2 to 4 6 to 8 46 tf Telephone No 29 have Cat flsh 12Jc white perch lli and ordinary tribes at ordinary uatoiiem Miles whole wheat flour is not prices only health giving but is more 3 tf palatable than white flour fc tobacco Misses Alice and Lizzie Brawner were charming guests of Miss Mary Spaulding Sunday Miss Emma Rozell visited Miss Â¬ Louise Widmer Sunday last Mr Charley Moore and Miss Lula Stringtown Whitehead were married at Antioch Por Infants and Children Church Thursday September 8 at To acco pretty much cut with us The Kind You Have Always Bought 730 oclock p in We wish them much success in their future life and Mrs S H Bryant who has been hope their pathway may be as bright quite low with typhoid fever we Bears the as the morning sun are glad to report much better Almost all shoes look well before being worn and almost all Signature Miss Hal lie Rozell has a new beau Mrs Mary Tharp is very low with sorts feel comfortable when being every Sunday Mr John Widmer pneumonia near Frankfort ANN0UNCEA1ENT Mr Charley Glore was the guest of Mr N P Duncan of Louisville is in our vicinity canvassing for a rivet Â¬ We are authorized to announce Mias Lora Moore Sunday ing machine which we concede to be Capt T Smith In memory of Mrs Mar Â¬ HARDIN the best thing out Every farmer county as J a candidate for of Owen garet Smith who died at her home Congress buy one and economize should in this the 7th Congressional Dis September 7 1898 She was a de- Â¬ thereby wearers the Christian trict subject to the action of theRe- - voted member of Our loved sister but unfortunatedecoration of just as good soon find that gloss Church at Antioch and do not give shoe satisfaction 49 tf We are sorry indeed to make men- - publican party has gone has passed from the cares tion oi tne met mac Mr James Something more is necessary This of earth to the joy of heaven Calmly Mitchell of Jacksonville has made Rheumatism something is found in she sleeps beneath thecoldsod hands an assignment Mr Newt Hazelett Dr Miles Norvo Plasters for folded sweetly smiling even in being the assignee death No trace of the suffering and Circuit Court Juries Mr Wilson Miles may not knock agony she so patiently endured But out Corbett or Fitzsimmons the first sweet resignation to Judge Cantrill called the Circuit withpoor tired toil worn Gods will round but the goodLord only knows the spirit has what he would do in the second Court to order on Monday afternoon soared to fields eternal and folded its Arent I right Wilson Ha ha On Tuesday the following juries were weary pinions losting now in the tryem a jolt Wilson Ill back you empaneled arms of Him who died so that we might live Hard loved ones the And is the result of scientific construction only attained after You will always find Messrs G F GRAND JURY struggle How can we give thee up years of careful and expensive experiments Montgomery and Lewis Lee at their Oh God respective points of business ready The Delsarte shoe stands to dav the acme of nerfention John E Kirtley Chas Akin But thy will thy grave be done We with flowers the shoe by which and willing to wait on customers S M Cogswell Christopher nave strewn all others are judged as to quality style and watered them with tears Soon alas and at such prices that defy competi- Â¬ Harrod J L Penn W B they will fade but in our hearts comfort Daintily shod are those who wear them tion and ever live Exclusive leathers and styles for all seasons and all occaW B Sargent thy name sweetform willrest A weddiug is rumored to occur Bridgeford be thy Farewell some time in the near future in our J ames Stockton Ghas Gregory sister and when death comes dearest sions ffiS-SO- may it vicinity Now it aint me undlw a p eVi nan w inhnann una us too resigned and in that You can get them only from dont propose telli ng who it - but I r T it u bright part u t hands tobeyond we will clasp glad u wuigum think the prospects are flattering and ana no more the key note has been sounded Keep Bridgeford foreman Death has called away the loved your shoes blacked and your starch Â¬ one PETTIT JURY NO 1 ing collars stiffened up In the lonely grave to lie Our most worthy friend and very Yet her soul now is resting W T Crutcher J no S Pearce prominent citizen Mr Ed Stigers In that home beyond the sky has met with the misioitune to lose J T Epler S C Cryer W N Dearest sister how you suffered some three head of weanling calves Ellison A G Hodges AV A Till God called you from your pain They Harrod W A Howard D M To that bright and holy mansion 212 SL within the last four week Through endless years with him to are iounu ueuu anu iroin an unKnowu Wnnrlsnn A B Bacon J M reign cause Mr Stigers paid good money J oouOIJ for them as they have been very Brown 1 hos White and Geo We loved her yes we loved her Annual Meeting Louisville Driving and high in fact out of proportion Hoover But angels loved her more a t Fair Association September 26th And they have sweetly called her Mr Anthony Stump is still living TETTIT JURY NO 2 To the grander shining shore to October 1st and enjoying the comforts of good golden gates were open 44 health of which wo are proud to le Thos W Scott Finny Bry Â¬ The gentle voice said come A port and should anything turn up ant Van Harrod E Lee James And with farewell unspoken On account of tho Annual Trotting to the contrary we will report in our THE POPULAR Meeting to bo held at Louisville She calmly entered home 4 W T Reading Ike Calvert A next September 26th to October 1st the MillliMNhlillbrfrl we miss giiLjLLjmimia B E Smith E B WylieL Graves Oh sadly do tongue you Southern Eailway Company will Now if you are not a subscriber to No earthly can toll tho Roundabout von mnv mUs n G B Gross Ambrose Daily But in heaven we hope to meet you sell round trip tickets from all sta- Â¬ tions in Kentucky at a rate of one great deal of readiog matter of a George Iluiinmn Levi Harrod ior uoa aoecn an tilings well faro for the round trip tickets to be local character that might interest Milton Moore Thos Baker Jas Far beyond this world of earo Soon we will find our loved one sold September 26th 27th 28th 29th Â¬ you Therefore I advise you at once ana awn goou to return until Octo I waiting to see George and give him 1 and Hallnan G C Hughes and L ber 2 1898 In our Fathers mansion fair lie will forward tho paper to your Harrod I bo tho greatest meeting This is to Yos she has gone but not for-Â¬ ever hold by the Association and all gotten or tno cracK iroiters anu pacers will By the ones left lonely hero And ore long we hope to meet her be on hand to make the meeting a most successful one In that bright and glorious dawn Call on nearest ticket agent for In- Â¬ Papas Only Child Visiting is all the go in our community the weather being cool and most of the work is over except in Â¬ DELSARTE The new shoe for women Comfortable footwear for fall CASTOR A iCazM4 FIRST TRIED ON DELSARTE f 1 Â¬ t fl ti R K iluuLUiilj Olair St Frankfort Ky HI 44 2444 44 VMH044i M4444 4 4 SOMETHING NEW 1 K formation U B F Celebration W II Tayloe thltHhFhwt 141 IV 55 141 141 141 J A G P A Largo pockogo of tho worlds best cleanser for u nickel StlllgreutorecononiyliH pound package All groceru Mmlo only by Chicago Bt Lould Now York Boatou riiUaUolpliU On account of tho above tho L Br Cauys Condltfon rowtlors are N will sell round trip tickets to jnst what a horse needs when in bad Sept 21th at one fare condition Tonic blood purifier and Eminenco Thoy are not food but vermifuge medicine and tho best in use to put a BUCKLENS ARNICA SALVE horse in prime condition Price 25 cents per package Tho best salvo in the world for For sale by J W Gayle and cuts bruises sores ulcers salt rheum Gayle Co fever sores tetters chapped hands LeCompte chilblains corns and all skin erup Â¬ tions and positively cures piles or no pay required It is guaranteed to Dr Miles Norvo Piasters 25c at all druggists give perfect satisfaction or money re funded Price 25 cents por box For Try tho Capital Steam Laun Â¬ 16 ly sale by J W Qayle Â¬ THIS N K FAIRISANIC COMPANY nEADAOnEcurod dry for a cloan shirt or collar tn20 minutes by Dr Mtlea lG tf At drusguta Tolophono 17 444444 14 I 445 14 4444 Al hUuii i K if ltAfllV A flt iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiimiir Sftf tit tit 4f f f f f f MT V 44 W tW T MlMC J HFFO - We Start tie Mm of Our Fall Business M a In Sale of Immense Mapitie Wo have concluded to havo numerous cheap sales during the entire fall season Our summer sales have pleased both our customers and ourselves and that they proved a grand success is plain by the largo crowds who daily attend them Our buyers this season havo We open our fnll trade with one of the largest and most complete stocks of fall goods over brought to tho city of Frankfort The patrons of the ever popular Louisville Storo can now look forward with pleasure at the low made extra efforts and socurod hundreds of choice bargains prices you will always find quoted in these columns The Louisville Store Company own sixteen branch stores in the State of Kentucky and tho large facilities in buying in wholesale lots enables us to under Â¬ sell any one individual firm Hundreds of our customers all over the State aro well aware of that fact We carry only first class goods- Before making your fall purchase read carefully what we sny If you feel that you want to save money buy at our store Compare these prices we quote below with other firms Convince yourselves that we are tho cheapest store in Frankfort AB nsnnl we stnrfc first in Domestics be Â¬ ing nn article that is so largely consumed in nil size families Hooflier Unbleached yard wide Cotton Fall sale price Soft Finish yard wide Bleached 6j cont Cotton Fall8alo price 4jc Tnrlttrn TUnn nnd Fnnov Prints fllo and 4c These aro the best brands on the market Unbleadhod Sheeting Fall sale price 9 i2ln Boardin honsoB and hotols should lay in n supply at this low price Good Flannel 80 yard Good All wool Flannel 15c yard Extra wido Onting Cloth Co yard Yard wido Fanoy Fall Percales 7c Heavy Fenthor Tick lie yard Straw Tick 6c yard Good Canton Flannel 4jc yard Extra Heavy Canton Flannel 7jc yard Fine Silkoline Drapery out to 6c yard Good quality Shirting Cotton 5o yard Cambrio Dress Lining all colors only 4c yard 48 inch Black Dress GoodH oat to 29c yd All wool 3G inch Fancy Novelties for childrens school dresses Fine Sfi inch Serges in all new shades only 38c yard 3o Fancy double width Dress Goods all shades only 10c yard Beautiful Fanoy Outing Cloths worth Fall sale price 8jo Fino Dress Patterns in all the now designs 76c yard goods our price 49c Fancy Plaid Dress Goods 25 cont goods Fall sale price ICo Good quality Rod Table Linen 18o yard Other houses ask you 25o for this samo grade Heavy White Unbleaohed Table Linen cut to 29o yard Fine White Bleached Table Linen 25c yd Good Heavy Jeans 9c yard Extra Fine Cassimercs for mens and boys pants only 40c yard Mens Heavy Drill 35 oont Drawers our Fall Bale price 19c Hair Pins 1c paper package Clarks 0 N T Thread three for lOo John J Clarks two for 5o Kings 500 yard Thread 4o spool Heavy All wool Underskirts 75 cent grado cut to 49c All shades Mens heavy every day Socks 10 cont grade cut to 4c pair Mens line Tan and Black Hose cut to 12c 15o pair Chceno Cloth in nil shades only 4o yard We offer you a splendid Corset well boned and wears well for 25o To close out our Summer Corsets tako your sizo nt 19o Our 75 cent Corsets for 49u in black and Ladies try n pair of our Kluno Patont Evory Thumb Kid Gloves all Bhados We take back and give pair warranted another pair should thoy rip Wo will Bell this 150 glovo as a leader at 08c Ladies fine Berlin Gloves fall patterns 9o pair white Our 100 Corsets for 79c iu blaok and white Our 125 Corsets for 98c in black and white Good Curtain Scrim nt 4Jo yard Fancy 10 cent Cretonnes out to 7o yard Mens fino Percale Shirts in both soft and stiff bosom 75 cent grade out to 43c Ladies 5Uo Shirt Waists cut to 23c Mens 10U grade White Puff Bosom Shirts out to 48c Childrens School Handkerchiefs 2c Ladies White Hemstitched 4c Mens Red and Blue Handkerchiefs 4c Mens Susponders 9c Department is tho largest in the city and our Fall stock is immense We always havo a large clothing trnde Tho reason is easily oxplained our prices can not be met by other stores Wo carry only first class goods Just think 289 buys n good heavy Fall Mans Suit 500 buys a splendid suit that would cost you doublo elsewhere Children Suits from 75c up Boys Suits from 125 up Mens Cottonndo Pants 23c pair Mens Heavy Jeans Pants 79a Boys Knee Pants from 19c up Mens Alpine Hats 79c Ladios Ready mado Fall Skirts 98c 90c Ladies fine Ready made Fall Skirts 150 We sell a good fine Shoe at 90c Fine Brillintino and Sicilian Skirts 289 A splendid Vesting Top Lace or Button Mens Corduroy 260 Pants out to 149 Mens Heavy Cassimere Pants 89o Ladies Shoe at 115 See onr Overcoat stock Childrens Heavy School Shoos 49o Soft Solos or Hand Turned Our Millinery Department for the Fall Infant will be in charge of Miss Ida Smith an Shoes at 30c experienced and competent milliner Boys Solid Leather Shoes at 79o from Louisville Oar millinery depart Misses Shoes us low as 79c ment for Fall will be a speoinl attrac Good Pins three papers for 5c tion the ladies know that we trim the Elegant Ready made Wrappers in Flan very latest hats Our styles are exclus Â¬ ive our priced are tho lowest nelotto and Percale at 78c and 98c Elegnnt 15 cent Hamburg Embroideries cut to Ladies fancy Gilt and Oxidized Belts 19o Ladies Leather Belts lUo Ladios Black Seamless Hose 8c Ladies Fancy 25 oent Hose 18c Mens Heavy Working Shirts 29c All our white goods less than cost Mens ffno 350 MaakiutOBohout to 198 Good Heavy Blankets G9o Oood Heavy Comforts 69c Our Shoo Department is full of faotory made shoes We handle only faotory We handle only solid made lines leather shoes We soil a good heavy Working Shoe at 8o Our Clothing Â¬ Â¬ Come early and secure your share of goods at these low prices The only and original Louisville Store in Frankfort Ky j9l TTItBAJXTSISrsr ST1 dte CLiLIie STIRrErST r2Bu2ST223OIET A CO j3Ls HjMSrU5T9 iestst- - laxxetgreor FRANKFORT SEPTEMBER 171898 Forks ot Elkborn Ida Stone and Ruby Gate wood of Frankfort are the guests of Mrs JoeHolton Mesclames South and Petty spent part of the week at Peaks Mill In our last issue we stated that Capt Jerry South was in eur village Instead it was Lieut Sara South whose regiment is now at Lexing- Â¬ Misses Tom South Wade Triplett Chickamauga in business Mibs Minnie Howe has returned home after a stay with her little cousins Misses Wfiliams of Frank- Â¬ fort visited Stedman Mr Howard friends at Stedmantown this week Adkins and Oscar Miss Lizzie Suter attended Church at Switzer on Sunday night Miss Annie Redd spent part of last week with Miss Mayme Gallehue Miss Bettie Bowen and brother Tom are attending school ot Excel- Â¬ sior Institute this year Fishing is quite n fad with the loafers this pleasant weather as the sun is not so hot as to require them to hunt the shade so they sit from morning till eve on the banks of the creek Miss Lutie Lucas is visitiag friends in Monterey this week Only Me The Best Remedy for Flux ton Messrs Barry and Harry Greenup and have returned from where they have been i could change a five for two tens would say probably if you would call on the widow she would be gen- Â¬ erous enough to comply with your wish As to the screw driver and monkey wrench possibly Dr P could furnish them Mr Tom Long of this community was on jocky row Monday Tom will trade some times if he gets loft All right Catchem I will surely keep you posted in regard to what transpires in this latitude Dr M and George B seem to be progressing in their profession nicely especially George Mrs Lee Cook who has been crit- Â¬ ically ill for several days we are glad to say is somewhat improved Quite a number from this commu- Â¬ CRITICAL TIME niwmimHniiMiiHiiiiMiMiiiniililMiiHiMiiiMlwiMiMiwiniMiiiiifiniiBiMiHiiiiiiiHiiiMiinNaH During the Battle of Santiago And Day Sick or 5GO REWARD i I I We will wager 1500 that no bioyole manufacturer In America Is producing a HighQrad Blcyclo equal to our 1898 American Special on which has been placed a price of 35 and is offering to the general public to all alike Further that our Well a Rush Night I BICYCLES AT 2250 3000 3500 Are better bicycles than can be bought in America for the same money The Packers at the Battle of Santiago Their de Cuba Wee all Heroes Heroic Efforts in Getting Ammunition f and Rations to the Front Saved the Day 5 IS1750 We employ I riders for cash 5 nity attended the dedication at Har vieland Sunday last and such a muddy gang you never saw It was a great thing that there was plenty of soap and water after the rain Close Observer Discovered by a Woman tinnn hpr Jind for spvpn years she withstood its severest tests but her vital organs were under mined and death seemed imminent For three months she coughed in- Â¬ cessantly and could not sleep She finally discovered a way to recovery by purchasing of us a bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consump- Â¬ tion and was so much relieved on taking first dose that she slept all night and with two bottles has been absolutely cured Her name is Mrs Thus writes W C Luther Lutz Hammack Co of Shelby N C Trial bottles free at J W Gaylos drug store Regular size 50c and 1 4 Every bottle guaranteed filutfihfis Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders sociation Lexington Ky Oct 4 AsÂ¬ Another great discovery has been made and that too by a lady in Disease fastened its this country 15 2b all ticket agents in Kentucky Cin- Â¬ cinnati and coupon stations south thereof You will sell round trip tickets to Lexington Ky at one fare on ac- Â¬ count of meeting of Kentucky Trot- Â¬ ting Horse Breedors Association Agents in Louisville and points in Kentucky east thereof will sell Oc- Â¬ tober 4th to 5th other agents in Ken- Â¬ Zilpab tucky will sell October 3d to 14th all tickets limited to October 17th Agents at stations south of Ken- Â¬ DELAYED LETTER tucky will sell October Isf to 5th in- Â¬ Mrs Marques Moore who has been clusive limited to October 17 confined to her room for several continuous passage forms days with catarrh of the throat is to Iron cladby agents who have them be used better C Mr John Mathias a well known stock dealer of Pulaski Ky says After suffering for over a week with flux and my physician having failed to relieve me I was advised to try Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and have tho pleasure of stating that the half of For sale by one bottlb cured me J W Gayle Louisville Ky Sept 5 1898 P E Butler of pack train No 3 writing from Santiago De Cuba on We all had diar- Â¬ July 23d says rhoea in more or less violent form and when we landed we had no time I 1 AMERICAN MACHINE COMPANY Columbus Ohio to see a doctor for it was a case of MMllIHMIIltllIMtallIMIMItlIMIlIMIMIllIMIIMIlIHIlalHIlltllMIMHIIMlaimMMMUMj rush and rush night and day to keep 131yr the troops in ammunition and rations butthanks 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 no roads that a wagon train could use My com- Â¬ rade and myself had the good fortune to lay in a supply of this medicine for our pack train before we left Tarn pa 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 and of the highest grade Co Des Chamberlain Medicine materials Price 35 Fully Guaranteed How can we do it Simplicity in construction and not belonging to the Type- Â¬ Moines Iowa For sale by J W writer Trust result in an honest produot at an honest price Gayle You need a typewriter It adds tone to your business and is the Do You Wish to Gain Flesh greatest time and labor saver of modern time The Blickena derfer Is the only high grade machine at reasonable cost Durable Portable Visible Work Interchangeable Type Un- Â¬ Ninety per cent of our passengers varying Alignment Unexcelled ManlfolderNo Ribbon Nuisance gain from five to ten pounds on a trip The only typewriter receiving highest award at Worlds Fair to Mackinac If you are run downÂ¬ Greatly improved sinoe Adopted by the Western Union Tele Â¬ take a cruise up the lakes We guargraph Oo antee your outing will benefit you for catalogue and testimonials The cost is within the reach of all Send 2c for illustrated pamphlet Address A A Schantz G P C Steamers The Coast Lino DeÂ¬ troit Mich no traveling men issue no oxpenslve circulars sell our entire output to the only have no bad debts therefore can sell BICYCLES 100 per cent cheaper than any manufacturer in tho United States Wo never deceive the public Ne one can succeed in so doing Our bicycles are sent subject to approval without any advance 5 whatever Wo oxpeot to sell 15000 blcyolep In 1868 and wo only want to make 8100 eaoh 2 we mucn preier to sen lauuu at a prom or jiuu eaon man iuuu at no eaon Any prices S above ours made by other concerns are made so by extravagant expenses and dont let any- - I i one convlnoo you that you should pay for extravagances and bad debts ot others Buy of s I the maker and save your money SEND FOR CATALOGUE AT ONCE Blickensaeifer Tpwiitei m tSend AD MOORE BEOS Gen Agents ao In connection with tbo Southern Pacific 125 E Fayette St Baltimore Md 018 F St N W Waflhington D O G ALIF0RN1 A JACOB SWIGERT via NEW ORLEANS Through Weekly Tourist Sleeping Gar Leaving ClnulDiiutlimd Louisville on I C It R fust New Orleans Limited train CO e IrLSiira rLce 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Haserann tire Capital Hotel Mr Ira Moore is on tho sick list this week Uncle Roud seems to bo taking a vacation from his profession as musician and looking after the com Â¬ fort and pleasure ef tho ladies Thats right Undo Roud bo useful and handy as well as ornamental Mr James Mitchell merchant at this place assigned this week Weir Catchem in answer to your query wanting to know whew you Genl Pass Agent More than twenty million samnles of DoWitts Witch Hazel Salve havo been distributed by the manufactur era What better proof of their con- fldenco in its merits do you want It cures piles burns scalds sores in tho shortest Bpaco of time Tyler 4J P Atmore tVERY THURSDAY For Los Angeles and San Francisco without chunire Tho Llmlled also connects at New Orleans dally with Express Train for the Pacific Coast and on Tuoaduy and Saturdays with the SUhSET LliTED ANNEX Hemphill of the Southern Pacific Hiving special through horvlce to San Francisco Particulars ot Agents ot the I 0 It It and connecting lines 8 a HATCH niv Puss Agent Cincinnati 0 JNO A SCOTT Dlv Pass Agent Memphis A II HANSON W A KKLLOND A great success them at Mattems I am still making 50 av Au l a Louisville A Chicago