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Digital page images are linked to the text file. lt TTI17 GEO A VOL Frankfort Roundabout A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS SATURDAY LEWIS Publisher TERMS 100 In Advance NO XXII ftortho A FRANKFORT KY Roniulabout 1 SEPTEMBER 24 1808 BENSON A i Rural Scene Dunctt a niece of Mrt Jn W Hughes and was a frequent visitor in this city before her marriago Mr Johnson Pytliians to i Royal makes the food pure wbolesomo and delicious Sho wanders down tho country lano It 1b tho twilight hour And on her lips is berry stain And in her hair n flower She swings her bonnet by tho string Around and round her finger And walking slow bogiiiB to sing As if sho lain would linger The cows hnvo wandered on ahead And at a brook are drinking While in tho west in firey red The summer sun is sinking Sho plucks a wild roso from a bush Its sweetness deep inhaling Thon counts it petals with a blush Oh simple test neer failing V But hush tho sound of horses feet Is heard and chains a jingling A moment and in quick retreat She with the cows is mingling The brook is gained without delay And stones are wildly flying--G- o on you lazy things I say In ringing tones a crjing The chains are heard with louder clank A youth is seen behind her And team of four with dripping flank Just taken from a binder They now are drinking at the brook He strips a switch of cedar And casts ahead a wistful look Then jerks and strikes the leader The horses splatter through tho stream And some pull back still drinking An owl is startled from hiB dream And on the fence sits blinking They clamber up the rugged shore Where sticks and rocks are scat- Â¬ tered He wistful looks ahead once more All dust and mud bespattered Tho maid has reached a barn yard gate Where calves are loudly bleating Her mothers voice has called her Kate Why is slie Idly waiting The team has passed adown the lane Tis still the twilight hour Yet on her lips no berry stain And in her hair no flower H H F More Property Sold Judges W F Clarke W H Sucl duth Sheiiff Wm Moore Clerk Geo F Stigers BALD Shattered Nervous System FINALLY HEART TROUBLE Restored to Health by Dr Miles Norvlni The Grand Lodge of Knights of Pythias will hold their annual session at Middleshoiough Oetohei 25th Cold Weather mi POWDER Absolutely Puro ROYAL DAKINQ POWDER CO NEW YORK KNOB Â¬ Judges Henry Rogeis Wm Allen Sheriff Chas Brawner Clerk Forrest Peyton lLAT CREEK JudgesJ II Moore Joseph North Sheriff Sanford Polsgrove Clerk A Lexington weather prophet pre Â¬ dicts 27 snows for tins winter the first to be on Nov o Pie also pre Â¬ dicts four ice spells in one of which ice will fprm eight inches thick Whew The Equinox Jasper Hutchinson baileys mill Judges Eb Bailey Albert Violett Clerk Lem Wontworth Sheriff John Watkins hakvieland Judges Joe Duvall John Marshall Sheriff Ludy V Chism Clerk John as Wednesday last was the vernal equinox and brought tho usual Election Officers storm The days Will shorten rap Â¬ idly from now on until Dec 21 By the courtesy of Mr William when the swing of the pendulum Cromwell of the County Boaid of will send us tho other way again Election Commissioners we are When you call for DeWitts Witch enabled to publish the list of election Hazel Salve the great pile cure dont officers who will serve for one year accept anything else Dont be talked in to accepting a substitute The officers of election for city pre- Â¬ lor piles tor sores lor burns Tyler cincts will also serve as registration 49 Hemphill officers in the city The Usual Result VOGLEUS Penn ELAIVILIiE Judges Jesse Riddle J M Parker Sheriff J Walter Wigginton Clerk Tol Fitzgerald BLOOMINOTON Judges J R Dailey Ed Wallace Sheriff Ed Pfeifer Clerk Mat Sul- Â¬ livan SWAliLOWriELD 4 u H Judges B S Williams Every where that the Milam Reel Saflell Sheriff B J Weitzel has been exhibited it takes the A B Hammond premium uun Ken u juiiam the BRIDGE maker has just been notified that Judges R L Crutcher one of his reels took the gold medal premium at the International Fish Drane Sheriff Lee Buckley ing Exposition at Bergen Norway T P Rogers court nousK This is the usual result Judges BB Jeffers JasC i W M Harrod Clerk Judges John Long Sheriff A D Calvert J W Sargent Clerk Luke Bracevllle 111 writes I had never been sick a day in my life until in 1800 I got so bad with nervous prostration that I had to glvo up and commence to doctor I tried our local physicians and one in Jollot but nono gave me any relief and I thought I was going to die I became despondent and suffered untold agony I could not eat sleep nor rest and it seemed as if I could not exist At tho end of six months I was reduced to but a shadow of mysolf and at last my heart became affected and I was truly miserable I took six or eight bottlos of Dr Miles Nervine It gavo mo relief from tho start and at last a cure tho great est blessing of my life Dr Miles Remedies R EDWARD HARDY tho jolly man ager of Shcppard Cos great store at peaks mill E M Clerk Â¬ Mexican War National Association The Mexican War Veterans National Association met in Louisville Â¬ Sheriff Dan McElligott Brown GAS HOUSE Sower Clerk M P Judges Wm Hayden Graves Hancock Sheriff Wm Scott Clerk T L Lee THORN HILL Judges Anthony Leitch Joseph P Pfoiffer Sheriff J W Jones Clerk Thomas Hampton CRUTCHERS SCHOOL HOUSE aro sold by all drug- Â¬ gists under a positive guarantee first bottle benefits or monoy re- Â¬ funded Book on dis Â¬ eases of tho heart and nerves free Address H mns Nervine Restore Health Elkhart Ind Dr DR MILES MEDICAL CO THE HENDERSQH ROUTE Some 150 of these on Wednesday gallant old men together with quite a number of their wives and daugh- Â¬ ters were present They had a pleasant and agreeable time and- after transacting the routine business adjourned until - Judges E S Scott Jas Nolan Sheriff John T Waters Clerk W S Rossen MAEHCT HOUSE Judges T H Bedford Richard Morris Sheriff W T Shy Clerk A G Jeffers FORKS OF ELKHORN ZBZEnSX XjHSTIEI BETWEEN Judges C E Noonan Ben Lewis Sheriff Pat Lillis Clerk J L Weitzel GAINES SrABLE Judges Tom Baker Ryland Bed Â¬ ford Sheriff Tom Wilkerson Clerk Louisville Calvin Greenup Â¬ Evansville AND ALL POINTS St Louis SWITZER next year Ml Mr Sam Klass has purchased the two houses formerly owned by Mr Louis Weitzel on St Clair street from MrDan Meagher for 8000 Sad News it Through the columns of the Aurora Mo News we learn of the accidental drowning of little Miss Mabel Johnson daughter of Mr CFJohnson and wife of that place The little girl was on a visit to a play mates near by when she stepped on a loose plank over a cistern fell in Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ and was drowned Mrs Johnson was Miss Mary Judges Nick Sullivan L Wells Sheriff T M Phythian Clerk By local applications as they cannot Claude Mitchell reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deaf BELLEPOINT ness and that is by constitutional Judges Wm Hutcherson N I remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucoub McDaniel Sheriff Brack Moore lining of the Eustachian Tube When Clerk Joseph Hale this tube ib inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing PURINGTON and when it is entirely closed deaf Judges Bob Hawkins Zach Reed ness is the result and unless the in flamation can be taken out and this Sheriff Jacob Bash ford Clerk Nev tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever White nine cases out of ten are caused by BRIDGEPORT catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed oondition of the mucous sur- Â¬ Judges Win Powers Phil Par rent Sheriff Richard Ivirk Clerk face We will give One Hundred Dollais Lester Terry for any case of deafness caused by UTTER BACKS SHOP catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for cir Judges PI G Davis Tim Forbes culars free J F OHEENEY CO Toledo O Sheriff Chas Lang Clerk George BSySold by Druggists 75c Johnson Â¬ Â¬ Deafness Cannot Be Cured Judges Burb Blackburn Sargent Perkins Sheriff Lafayette Stigers Cleric Jack South One Minute Cough Cure surprises people by its quick cures and chil- Â¬ dren may take it in large quantities without the least danger It has won for itself the best reputation of any preparation used to day for colds croup tickling in the throat or obsti- Â¬ nate coughs Tyler Hemphill 49 WEST aORTHWEST SOUTHWEST H Substitute Teacher Miss Maude Whitehead has been appoirited substitute teacher at the white city school by the Bonrd of Education Bears the The only line running three double daily trains to Evansville without change with high back coaches and parlor car The direct line to St Louis running two double daily tiains with high back seat coaches and Pullman sleepers through without N change Tickets on Bale at L office this city For information as to rates route sleeping car booths etc call on A V Hite agent L N R R or address B L BRYANT H O Mordue T P A G P A Asst OV0TOXtI j The Kind You nava Always The Delsarte Shoe qpjqjLWpWJjyLWrWWHWVty9nc Newest snoo for women Fashion and foot comOne All kind bined Â¬ price 350 RKMCIure T ZESTS Â¬ 212 ST CLAIR STREET SAID MISS SHOVEL To Mr Tongs and Mr Poker What a delight ful time we aro having with this new coal It burns so easily and nicely that wo dont have to work half as hard as wo did with that other coal our Mistress bought And thon with that othor coal there used to be so mnoh dirt that I never could fool clean If you would listen to tho conversation between your coal utensils about tho last coal you bought you would fool pretty certain that tho proper thing to do would be to como to mo for your coal horoaltor QnnL3kd ami 2 IT psim- - Thss handsome table Mahog any inlaid top and sholf Â¬ R Rogers Sons H G MATTEEU THE- TlSIOl OFFICE NEXT F G Fkitumi ul J FREIGHT OFFICE GAINES OLD STAND ma MAIN STREET W F HUDSON iiwiiiiiiwnnniTiniini mi mwmrmn iihiii TlrlrTlllJMllMtaJBJlJBg JR imiaia w mpajnninmcuiimMiuamniJ wixnmiijLa ulmi m nil umi w n tffl a Nf NEOi fc GOODS AfmuTiuimmMjA W i V uiff MiTii fcviCTTTigramttrxjnjwra Boonr mono HATS The latest shapes in soft and stiff 50 cents to 5 r UlUUllllu Not bought from factories New and desirable fabrics of the latest stjles and weaves now on Perfection in style fit and finish is my aim Suits to order at all prices from PERSONAL Childrens Overcoats The nobbiest and newest styles 150 to 650 Methodist Appointments my counters 15 up but Better my own manufacture goods for less money than you can get elsewhere My own make of suits 750 to 15 MtJnroiJcsng3irntxaraaftJJiuHJLniirnTiiW -- South Side Mr A B Hammond was called to Col W S Dehoney went to Louis We regret exceedingly to be corn The Kentucky Conference of the Smithfield on Wednesday by the Methodist Church South which has ville on Monday polled to announce that the dread sickness of his sister who is down Ex Gov S B Buckner was in the j with fever scourge yellow fever is slowly but been in session at Flemingsbury city on Wednesday adjourned on Tuesday evening surely spreading in the Slates of We Miss Jessie ODell of Mr John T Buckley went to New burg is visiting her aunt Lawrence give below a list of the appoint Mississippi Louisiana and Florida Mrs Neal York City on Monday corner of Second and Main streets ments of different ministers who are We hope that the near approach of BUCKLENS ARNICA SALVE Mrs T M Turner has returned South Side known here frosty weatiipr may bring relief for from a trip to Virginia Mr George T Weitzel of Battery our brethren in these Stittt s and that Presiding Elder Lexington Dis- Â¬ The best salve in the world for business may not be stagnated or Mr P Fall Taylor was the guest of A Missouri Artillery was called trict John Reoves hero by the death of his father Mr cuts bruises sores ulcers salt rheum Telatives here this week Presiding Elder Danville District Weitzel fever sores tetters chapped hands precious lives lost Judge 0 J Pratt of Madisonvillo Jerome chilblains corns and all skin erup- Â¬ Dr W H Averill and daughter F S Pollitt was in the city Thursday Miss Rebecca have returned from a Presiding Elder Covington District tions and positively cures piles or no Rev H MPolsgrove of Lexington trip to Washington City Baltimore pay required It is guaranteed to John R Deering was in the city Thursday give perfect satisfaction or money re- Â¬ and New York City Frankfort T F Taliaferro funded Price 25 cents per box For Miss Una Marshall left yesterday Mr John E Miles wife and daugh Â¬ 15 ly C T Evans sale by J W Gayle for a weeks visit to Louisville ter Miss Mary Keith attended the Versailles Winchester Geo H Means MiBS Minnie K Ledridge visited reunion of Mexican War Veterans at Contracts Let The Leading Specialists of America Louisville on Wednesday Mt Sterling J W Mitchell friends in Lexington this week 20 YEARS IN OHIO W S Taylor Swallowfield Mrs W T Havens and daughter Miss Gertrude B Ledridge has re- Â¬ After several Ineffectual attempts 250000 CURED turned from a visit to Cincinnati O of Mt Sterling have joined Oapt Â¬ Cynthiana E L Southgate the City Council finally succeeded in W T Havens here and gone houseShelbyville W F Taylor Mr W H Mastin sr of Woodford keeping in the Hume Flat to letting the contracts for the brick WECURE EMISSIONS county was in the city on WednesNew Castle M W Hiner streets at a meeting held on Monday Mr Whitney Allen the advertising No thin ir can bo tnoro demoralizing to day Prestonville JM Johnson agent of Col Codys Wild West Show young or mlddlo agod men than tho pres morning at 6 oclock They Dr Chas C Lewis of Stamping was in the city Wednesday contract ence of theso nightly losses Maysville J O A Vaught produco weakness norvoumew a feeling The contracts were awarded to the Ground was in the city on Wednes- ing lor advertising lor his show Harrodsburg Julius E Wright of disgust and a wholo train of symptoms day represented They unlit a man for business married H G Henderson Transferred to parties of Cleveland by Mr J A Rev M B Adams and Col Thos No matter lifo and social happiness Ohio Mrs W M Sprengle of Glenville Rodman attended the meeting of the West whether causod by era Habits in youth Virginia Conference and Kelley m Ohio is the guest of friends in this Baptist Young Peoples Unionof the natural weakness or sozual excesses our stationed at Parkersburg Now Method Treatment will positively We have used Chamberlains city State at Georgetown this week euro you T J Dodd University High Cough Remedy in our home for Mr R A Hohannan and wife of Mrs Albert Hienel and daughter many years and bear cheerful testi- Â¬ NO CURE NO PAY Beattyville visited in the city this Miss Klair and Mr Jerome weitzel School Newport mony to its value as medicine Reader you need holn Earlv nbuso or week E H Pearce President Wes which should be in everyafamily In son of Lexington attended the and later oxcessos may havo weakened you posure may havo diseased you iou funeral of Mr Jerome Weitzel on leyan University Winchester Secretary of State OhaB Finley has coughs and colds we have found it to a not oafo till cured Our New Method returned from a trip to Mackinac Monday be efficacious and in croup and Ohapluin Frankfort Penitentiary will euro you You run no risk Island Cadet SI M Major U S Naval L J Wallace whooping cough in children we deem CURED indispensable H P Rltter 4127 Rev R L McOready returned last Academy was a visitor to his uncle The next Conference- will be held it Young Man You nro pale feeble Fairfax ave St Louis Mo For night from a six months trip to Judge P TJ Major and aunt Mrs and haggard nervous irritablo and ox Kate Williams this week en route to at Carlisle in September 1899 sale hy J W Gayle Europe citable You bocomo forgetful moroso the Academy and despondent blotches and pimples Mrs Jas A Murray was the guest sunken eyes wrinkled face stooping For broken surfaces sores insect Sudden Illness Mr John 0 Olds after spending form and downcast countenanco reveal of Miss Addie Reynoldsin Lexington es- Â¬ tho blight of your existence some time at her home in Radnor bites burns skin diseases and last week Ohio has returned here to spend the pecially piles there is one reliable On Sunday morning just as the WE CURE VARICOCELE Gen Dan R Collier ex Adjutant winter with her mother Mrs Mar Â¬ remedy DeWittsWitch Hazel Salve General spent several days in the garet Mahoney No mattor how sorious your case may f 0 train pulled into When you cull for DeWitts dont ac- Â¬ west bound C bo or how loner you may havo nad it our city this week cept counterfeits or frauds You will NEW MET110D TREATMENT will Messrs J L and W H Waggoner not be disappointed with DeWitts the depot in this city Mr Schuyler euro it Tho wormy voins return to Mr Ben Johnson of Greenville who have been spending the summer B Mayhall for many years an ex Â¬ Â¬ their normal condition and benco tht Miss was the guest of Mr Frank at Atlantic City N J have returned Witch Hazel Salve Tyler Hemp press messenger on this road fell in sexual organs rocoivo proper nourish 49 hill ment Tho organs bocomo vitalized all Ohinn this week m home and taken rooms at the Capital a faint to the floor of the car He unnatural drains or losses coaso and No tomporary manly powers roturn Masonic Election Miss Daisy Hughes was the guest Hotel for the winter was carried to his home on the South honcflt hut a normanrnt euro assured of Miss Margaret Crenshaw in Ver- Â¬ Miss Eliza Overton who has been NO OPERA 1 NO PAY NO CURE sum- Â¬ Side and medical assistance sailles last week TLON NECESSARY NO DETEN living on Third Btreet South Side Frankfort Council No 5 Royal moned TION FROM BUSINESS - has removed to the North Side and Miss Fronie iviniv of Duckers StaSelect Masters elected the fol- Â¬ tion has been visiting friends in this will reside with her sister Mrs and lowing officers on Thursday evening Dr Miles Norvo Plasters 25c at all druggists Grant Green in future city the paat week Wo treat and euro SYPHILIS GLEET EMISSIONS IMPOTENOY Postponed Mrs m u uampnen Mrs H O for the ensuing year Mr Haxtharesen and wifeof Louis oaiTnimii VAiirpnnrTp JU NAL LOSbES BLADDER AND KID R F W Keyes Muster ville were euests of Mrs Jerome Murray Miss Lena Kirtloy Miss Florence Clark Miss Emily Coleman Weitzel this week M P Brown Deputy Master Owing to the sad circumstances ri NEY diseases CONSULTATIONS JJUUliS HUMS VUAUUB and Miss Minnie West attended the imahlo to call write II H Roberts Principal Conduc- Â¬ surrounding the proprietors of the Mr Ed F Trabuo of Louisville meeting of the B Y P U at George- Â¬ BLANK for HOME was in attendance upon the courts in town this week tor of Work Capital Hotel in the death of Mr this city this week XX3 V A Kaltenbrun Treasurer Jerome Weitzel Miss Katie Strauss Mr and Mrs M R Hainline and Mr Goo W Lewis jr of Louisville little son Master James Millard who Ben T Farmer Recorder has postponed her musical entertain- Â¬ B is the guest of his father Mr J have been visiting Mrs Hainlines T N Lindsey Captain of Guard ment which was to have occurred 122 W FOURTH ST Lewis Third street parents Mr and Mrs James A Conductor of last night until some future time C M Wiard CINCINNATI O have returned to their Cox returned from a Ledridge Miss Minnie which will be announced later Council wzm AB ty ft months visit to relatives in Shelby home at Mt Sterling aM county on Saturday C M Jones Steward Sales of Property Dr Baxters Dentul Rooms Gus Schaefer Sentinel Miss Carrie Brock of Forks of Elkhorn is the guest of Miss Minnie Main street opposite Opera IIoufc 29 tf People have The property of Mr Chas F Truth wears well West Fourth Avenue that DeWitts Little Early Miss Maria Lindsey will return learned are reliable little pills for Exum being a comfortable brick Mr Walter Ghampe of the Paris AND cottage on the corner of Second and News was in the city Tuesday and from Atlantic City October flrat and Risers regulating the bowels curing con3ti resumed her lessons in music made ub a pleasant cull They Dewey streets South Side was sold HOUSE AND FARM FOR SALE patiou and sick headache 52 td Miss Virginia Cooper of Lexington recently to Mr John W Gault dont gripe Tyler Hemphill is the guest of Misses Pilkington 49 Removal The three story brick house of Ah my health Is falling I otter for Bile my week Shelby street this corner of roller lour mill a d house and lot nil located In Mrs Jas W Hoffner Flower Sale near ami a Mrs Louisa H Green who has Co have moved to Broadway and Washington streets Elinvll e K u buulnfirin or 10i acres a lying roller B J Nickles ville at Tin mill Is lull been spending the summer in Louis- the Duvall Building opposite court- Â¬ mill with a good run rf custom and lias been M irnion lutest ville has returned homo Prof Wayland Graham will give was sold to Mr John E Glenn for lute y retlited with Nonljko house with a new fall line of dry Improved macliiiierj Iim imlng ru ler outtlt for an exhibition and sale of flowers at 1515 3 1m Mr J E Oanfleld Secretary of the goods and clothing capacity of titty barrels per day Has cheapest piece of prop- corn good u - ID attached This is rawAlso Y M 0 A attended the B Y P U his Music Hall on Madison street erty sold the hero for a long time and On the same lot with the mill Is it small duell Change of Quarters at Georgetown on Thursday 29 and Thursday and Friday Sept ing bouse and blacksmith mop with u good sot will bo contested of tools MisBLina Grimes of Washington 80th which will be for tho benefit of Mj duelling Is an eight room frame of two City is the guest of Mr James Bran The Bluo Grass Grocery Co have the Baptist Church Some rare and stories v It h all necessary cutbullUlngs Includ I lie lot Is well set In ing a good f rame barn som and family at Look No 4 removed to the Duvall Block op tine fruit trees and the Harden with all small Fresh goods beautiful flowers will be on sale A good well of lusting wuter ut the door and Laura Hughes re Â¬ posite Court house fruits Misses Josio and Ice house on tne place turned Tuesday from a two weeks lowest prices For tho speedy and permanent euro of The farm Is all In grits except twenty live A beautiful suburban place of 2 4tf to relatives in Lexington visit cultivation which Is lias acres in grass improvements a brick tettor salt rheum and eczema Cham acres dwelling Intobacco barn this year orcharda and tine For Rent cottage of five rooms with galleries berlains Eyo and Skin Ointment Ib good It Mr Will L Grant of St Louis Mo upon If you want u bargain cull and see me is the guest of his parents Maj J Will exchange for a small place in without an equal It relieves the itch O W PARKER ing and smarting almost instantly and country Apply at this oillce Alex Grant and wife In thiB city Aug 27 lm Elmvllle Ky That desirablo two story brick res Â¬ the its continued ubo effects a permanent fiMf Mr Goo A Lewis of this office at idence No 309 Kentucky Avenue cure It also cures itch barbers itch tended the review of the soldiers atÂ¬ West Side known as the Lewis WM CROMWELL scald head sore nipples itching piles EnterpriseNew Camp Hamilton Lexington on Tues property Terms low Apply to chapped hands chronio sore eyes and Attorney at Law day Lewis granulated lids ROUNDAHOUT Office It Is announced that Mr Swift Mrs W F Barret who was called Frankfort Kentucky Dr CauVg Condition Powders for to Louisville by the doath of Mrs Champ and Mr Ed Hutchcraft of horses are the best tonio blood purifier Also Real Estate Agent Will practice In the Wood returned home on Elizabeth Try tho Capital Steam Laun Â¬ Paris have rented tho conter room andvermifuge Price 25 cents Soldby Courts of Franklin and the adjoining countlM Monday special attention to the pur dry for a clean shirt or collar in the Todd block known as tho J W Guylo and LeOorapto Gayle and will nlso give reul estate collection of rents chase and sale of Mrs Mattio Oolgan of Lawrence 3My 10 tf claims and the negotiation of loans 17 Crutcher building on Main street Oo burg is visiting her siBter Mrs Noal Telephone j I corner of Second and Main streets and will open a first class bowling alley about the first of October Every thing will be of the latest and style without any most other attachment simply a bowling alley This healthful exercise will no doubt be liberally patronized Yellow Fever I V Ililll Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - 250000 Â¬ i btt Kennedys Kergan tfm I l Flouring Mill Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Skin Diseases Â¬ Â¬ JB I iii if -- rnr 3 i Ip vt mtniiux jiLnviu mmawjuvaiuxMaueajumwvaatuiKmui tiii4 MiiMiis i sat SS rwvv kiti irsv all frinflo HI mi jyuuij LJMjX Ti RFDF ii nii wp wi vi ii u want rnur iimm IUU9 m if i WCTMina R H UUIP Ladies Misses and Capes ML as p re txz 1 1 aill Prices fcll hHf i How must wo got it nnd how shnll wo retain your custom and your confidence after getting it There is only one way Childrens 6unstRwm and i ml By Selling First Class Goods at m 375 Tho lest ftll wool lOtftillalzo 450 10 4 grny nnd 12lif extra size 1 white 160 10 4 grny nnd white COMFORTS 75c 1 125 160 2 Satisfaction given or money refunded Our motto and instruction is Treat all Customers Alike With Kindness and Politeness We believe the good times liavo come to stay and wo anticipate a i 8P Â¬ 5 Very Lowest Prices Jackets e hcifqe pall Business We have the most do not like to brnjr but If wo can not show von the ohonnnst ns wnll nn flm largest and handsomost lino of clonks in i iiiimiurt wo win giTU you ouo iroo SEE OUR GREAT VALUES AT 498 Cjjj vrT7r2Pl6 ut 0 8 Our Stock of Hosiery S5 Wf and Winter beautiful and the very largest selection of Fall Just Try One Pair of Our Almoore nm BOOQS Ms Nous mm Lndicfi So when you get ready to buy come Ever put on Sale in Frankfort We will save you money and see us Yours Respectfully GIVEN FREE Egg Cases Folding Tables Cutting Boards Baskets and Books Kid Gloves i aii 1 w ss g Jg dozen at Oar 25 cent lino can give you vests nnd Full lino of union suits and nil pants The best 15 wool medicated undorwenr and 25 cent hoRe on earth fleeced ribbed vests 25 20 cents 50 dozen at 25 cents ood Weitzel To Retire ODonnell Â¬ T tMK i II t dhdi fta ii iney uu uui giu nnld f flwe n now pnir or your money back jy have othor good ones at 85 cents and 1 JW 4 tion ft iztt CORSETS Wo keep all the best makes ahd sell them ffi8 n To the Public right g L Having just passed the second anniversary of the Kings Daugh- Â¬ ters Hospital the formal opening and dedication being on the 16th of July 1896 a glance at the records of the first years report wilt show that we received into the hospital during the year thirty four 34 patients of these nine Â¬ teen were charity cases It will be remembered that we have only three bedrooms and our facilities for accommodating pa- Â¬ tients are limited In the past fourteen months we have treated in the hospital forty three 43 patients of whom thirty 30 were charity patients sixteen 16 were charity patients from Frankliu county fourteen 14 charity patients from the city and thirteen 13 pay patients Not having a colored ward at the hospital we have cared for in their homes twenty pcrenus At the December 1897 meet Â¬ ing of the Final Court the retir- Â¬ ing Magistrates renewed for one year the appropriation of 25 per month for the benefit of the hos Â¬ pital At a meeting of the present court held on September 3d the allowance was discontinued the reason given being that no county patients were received at the in the case The books and per- Â¬ mits are on file at the hospital The total average expense for conducting the hospital is 120 70 of this amount is per month raised by private donations pay patients and entertainments In June 1896 the City Council appro- Â¬ 25 per month to the priated Kings Daughters for the hospital They as well as the general public have shown the utmost confidence in the sincerity and ability of the Kings Daughters to administer to the wants of the sick at minimum cost and has been shown that the 8ick when cared for at the hospital can be furnished with all necessary food medicine and attention at a much less cost than at their own homes Mr Eli Gardner has sold his residence and store building corner Fourth and Murray streets South Side to Mr W J Hughes Mr Gardner will close out his stock of groceries at once and will remove to the country to reside toe You Selected Your if Fall Costume let Br Caays Condition Powders are just what a horse needs when in bad Tonic blood purifier and condition They are not food but vermifuge medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition Price 25 cents per package things that our Dress Goods bnyer oonld seek ont and he stands very oloso to the Every house leaders among the importers and manufacturers cannot get first choice We do get it A point well worth re- Â¬ membering when yon start ont to get that new dress We are ready with the very handsomest For sale by J W Gayle and Gayle Co LeCompte For If it is going to be a new Coat or Cape it might as well be a real stylish one from us Exclusive nobby things tho very cream of the choicent styles shown in New York City this season and it is not nessary to pay one cent extra for these styles Come and see our line before yon buy RentStore Room The Kings express their appreciation of this confidence and hope they will al Â¬ ways be able to justify thetrust placed in them The large store room in Masonic Temple one of the best in the city Daughters desire to is offered for rent Apply to Capt B C Milam or Ben T Farmer Quality Always ihe Bbsi Prices the Lowest 4tf Committee to Meet The Board of Managers of the hospital would be glad to receive all patients applying without ask- Â¬ ing assistance from the community but this is impossible We have tried to act as faithful stewards for those who have so generously contributed to the sup- Â¬ No one of port of the hospital the Kings Daughters are in any Â¬ way benefitted by the money given for this work which was under- Â¬ hospital taken for the love of Christ and The Board of Managers of the In His Name it will be carried hospital was not notified of this on action at the time but heard of it Board of Managers op tiie on the 19th of September It u Kings Daughters Hospital due both the Board of Managers Sept 21 1898 and the public to publish the facts iMHTVt uaaKMKStev Congressional The Repubiican Committee of this the Seventh District will meet here to day to call a convention for the nomination of a candidate for Congress Chambermaid A good chambermaid can find employment by applying at once at The Frank- Â¬ fort Hotel HEENEYS Dry Goods Emporium 311 Broadwav Wanted 4tf m EASTUOUNn LSOUTrlERN railway Muy 1 UN KENTUCKY In effect 1 On Thursday 29 Schedule Lv Louisville Ar ShclbyvUlo Ar Versailles Ar Lexington Lv Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar 1808 No 3 Oopm 745pm 5 IsSjUE quluM Kiln our opinion free whether an Invention is proonbly patentable Communica Â¬ Handbook on Iatenta tions strictly confidential uont free Oldest agency for securing patents Co recolvo Patents taken through Jlunn tpecial notice without charge In tho 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE New Goods The ladies of Frankfort and the county are cordially invited to come and view my magnificent display of Fall and Winter styles of Hats and Bonnets Ave will show you the latest Parisian and New York productions in millinery models and original prices surprisingly designs with liberal at Mrs C II Mandevilies oppo L N Station East Broad Â¬ No 7 9 No 5 Lurcnccbs Lexincton VersiUUes WESTUOUND way 4 ShelbyviUe Louisville Trains Nos 1 2 tion Chair Cars Larencebfr 5 5iim UWpm J50pm I010im 0 npm lOMJpm t04nam 720pm 1035pm No No No 6 4 40pm 505am 8 lCum fiOopm 527am gItfam 530pm 5am P27um 6 IDprn t52ium 1055am 750pm 750am and tf carry Free Observa- Â¬ iOum lOam 4 3Spm A07pm ak 4lnra n atrntnh nnri r1ttarrfnHnn Trade Majms npQirN Copyrights C TnftV i largest cir- Â¬ A handsomely Illustrated weekly culation or any sctenttUc journal Terms 13 a years four months L Soul by all newsdealers Scientific Htnericatt Branch Offlco 625 V HUNNCo38Broadwa New York St Washington D C Arc You m Easily Tired Just romombor that all your strongth must como from your ft food Did you ovor think of thatP Perhaps your musolos nood moro strength or your nerves or perhaps your otomaoh is weak and cannot digest what you eat If you nood moro strongth then tako R 2t Son are Advertised Messrs J L Rodman Letters at Frankfort Ky offering some rare bargains in dry tuupm 055am Ar LarncbrpAr 525pm 825am 720pm 1043amArHurprtsbtfAr 440pm 735am goods See their ad in another Below will be found n list of letters 735pm l055amiAr UurginLv 430pm 725am WESTBOUND column remaining unclaimed for the week EASTUOUND No l6tNo68 STATIONS ending Sept 10 1898 No 15 NOG7I I LouUvll Ar Preston Mrs Mary 405pm 740am Lv Shelbvll Ar 1055am 750pm Andrews Miss Elected President o upm lMAiunAr Bight Miss Mary 538pm1 1016am Ar Verslhss Ar 0 27am 4 15 inn Ella 805am 65pm 715pm 1110am Ar Midway Ar 745am 33Spm Ballman Henry Bobbins Ohas Bov M B Adams of the First Hackney J M 74 jm 1205pm Ar Georgtn Lv 715am 300pm Rue Miss Anna WESTHOUND EASTUOUND Baptist Church of this city was Harrod J W Stevens Mrs STATIONS tNo ltNo 5 rNo a tNo2 Catherine 2 elected President of the State Baptist Kirk Mrs Louisvil StewardMrs ME 740am lOSpmLv VerMles A 1055am 750pm 500pm Young Peoples Union at George- Â¬ Amanda Lv A Williams Spencer 102Jam 052pm Ar NichlvtU Ar 750am 410pm Nutt 0 J 1102umi 735pm 058am town on Thursday night This is a linspm sjupm at uicnninu iv 005am 3 15pm Persons oalling for any of these let Â¬ 105pm 200pm Ar Irvine Lv high honor worthily bestowed ters will please say advertised stations NpJ No 3 S B Holmes P M Lv Louisville 740am 745pm Splendid Addresses Ar Lexington lojvim iiuvra For Sale WUSTIiOUND EASTIJOUNt No Ii No 14 No 13 X0 U BTATVWS 40am Lv Loulvil Ar 750pm 105ftam 405pm h555E55535S BEST TRAINS Kansas City Montana Colorado SCOTTS EMULSION t of Cod Iiiver Oil with Hypo phoBphitos Tho oil ia tho most easily ohangoci or au looas into stronger ana tno aypopuos- pnitos aro tno nose tonics for tho norvos SCOTTS EMUL Â¬ SION is tho oaaiost and quiokoBt ouro for of and for all oasos of do bility woak norvos and loss of flesh a The addresses delivered by Rev M B Adams and Prof E E Wood of this city at tho State B Y P UM in Georgetown wore said by those who heard thorn to bo about as good If not tho best of the series Changes Tho house and land known as tho Sullivan property opposite Col John L Scotts on tho hill Terms oasy Apply on the premises or to Sept 10 lm Father Major For Sale Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Lv Ar Knoxvlile Ashevlilo buvannah JnukhonvUlo Chuttunoozn ainpin 5 7 i 10am - Atlanta Mwon Jacksonville 510am iJUSum 720pm lUOun 500am l4oain 810aml 025pm 115pm 4ani Pacific Coast Utah Washington Omaha woak throats for ovory kind coughs om4 nd fioo all drugUU SCOTT U BOWNE Chemists New Yoclc 5oc Two bedroom suits one oak and one chorry three piece suits also ono Mr David Nleol has boon elected oak sideboard Address Lock Box 2 lt Cashier of the Deposit Bank of this 1G5 Frankfort Ky city to succeed Mr J B llendrlck 20000 bolts wall papor at 4c resigned on account of ill health and upward Agont for Dooring Mr llendrlck h as been eloctod Vice Oliver mowors and binders Presldont plows Studobakor wagons bug Â¬ Mr Nicol Is a successful and popu Main streot and lar business man and wo have no gies stoves but that ho will bo equally as St Olair streot doubt WATUHKOPA WulLTAYItiUAaPA M A Collins Jan 29 ly WttbhliiBton D a Louisville successful In his now position Chuttanooga 7 lOpmi diiam LUrmtngham 113 pm Uiupm 35 am It it1 u Ar MoilUiatt 10 30am io i0 Ar Now Orleans ui 1 earrlos No Froo Clnlr ear Louisville to Lexington there oonne ttn wltli solid Vesti Â¬ bule Trnln carrying ihiouh Pullman Sloop lug Cnr toll imtngliun Meridian nal Now Or ItVnb ulsomikos uloc tonnujtlon at Chatta Â¬ nooga for Atlanta uncoil JauitsonvlUo u id IirunswiuU No J onrrlOH Pullman Sleeper Louisville to Clmttnnoou and Urmlnjinm alio Lexing Â¬ ton io Ju Us mville via Hot Springs Asbovillo and luUiiiuu Union Sleeper Lcxlnatou to Now Urlouns Dally except humluy STS5WI FT P A WHEtiON Vii T A TA LouUvlllo Ky Loington Ky KSQANNUN 3d VPOM J M CULlT M Wuthltigton Da Wiuliinston D C Ky St Paul Nebraska Black VIA Hills St Louis or Chicago VESTIBULED TRAINS SLEEPERS DINING CARS CHAIR CARS F M RUQQ WAV PASSR AOENT BT LOUIS MO HOWARD ELLIOTT OENL MOR ST LOUIS MO sfs tWWAKELEYaEHLPAU3RAQTBT LOUIS MQ VN mmmmmmmnmmm Tfie frattt fiouuaenout ggZgiSgZZHyiHiiJ 1 JtlAVii JbAMJAlJNS 1UK THIS -- JP Kntored lit tho pottolllce nt Vrmikfort Kentucky as secorul cl ibh miilliible nitillfr ULIU ft Mixed u XIST Slier win GEO A LEWIS FRANKFORT Editor and Pub Hardware LiniQ SEPTEMBER 21 1898 Incorrect Plaster Glass We published n communication in our lust issue signed S In which the writer proved himself a regular calamity howler in his represen Â¬ Iron Spokes Wagons Steel Roofing Doors Harness Cement Plaster Hair Brushes Wheels Wire Fencing Whips Tin Crockery Ware Williams m Oft Paints Lead Oils Hunting Goods Rims Agents for Favorite Furnaces Peerless Engines Sash i LW i tft Belting Guns Wall Paper c tation of the condition of ntTairs in the blue crass region We published Leather Cartridges Pumps Threshers the article not because we believed the statements correct but to satisfy the author and in the hope of at- Â¬ tracting the attention of some of the thrifty and get ahead farmers of thnt section to the absurd statements of our correspondent It has had the desired effect and we are authorized by several of our most responsible and energetic farm Â¬ ers and their better three quarters to say that the writer is entirely mis Â¬ taken as to the general state of There may be they say affairs occasional farmers who have these attacks of mulligrubs and blue devils but the general run of prop- Â¬ erty owners and farmers are doing pretty well and saving money at A bks k s3Kwxk3ZvajftwiA Zfcvain COLLINS and St- - Oladr Streets i m that One good lady goes so far as to say that she and her husband who own adjoining farms in a neighboring county are making from fifteen to seventeen per cent on the money in vested in those farms This does not chime in very well with the doleful account our correspondent N Shameful l The editorials in the of Tuesday were written by one who is either a linr fool or knave probably all three His denuncia tions of the President are unworthy of any man calling himself a gentleman His covert sneers at religion and morality which he asserts the President is taking as a cloak for venality is beneath the notice of Courier-JournaÂ¬ Â¬ given by Mich by whom he had eleven chil- Â¬ dren nine boys Messrs Edward B Jerome U Joseph L George T Nicholas T Lambert Boland Brad Â¬ ley and Harry and two girls Misses Carrie and Amelia Of these Messrs Jerome U and Lambert preceded him to the grave The sudden death of the former of these about a year or more aero was a source of grief to him from which he never rallied While he had been in poor health for some time but few thought the end so near The funeral took place on Monday morning at 9 oclock from the Church of the Good Shepherd of which he was a member and the re-Â¬ mains were laid to rest in our cem- Â¬ etery A large circle of friends and relatives outside his immediate family are sorely bereaved The sympathy of the community generally is extended to the sorrow- Â¬ ing ones Â¬ AS ORIGINAL AS STUPENDOUS Why all the World Takes Off Its Hat to Col Cody and Mis Great Enterprise Pittsburg Central Stock Yards Offer Superior Advantages to Shippers m being Those who contemplate Yards have been enlarged re built re arranged It is the nearest anion the mnnv thousands of visi- point to eastern markets tor3 to Bufralo BliIi his Wild West BEST DISTRIBUTION POINT EA8T OP CHICAGO Congress of Bough Biders of the and For Raltimoro Washington Philadelphia and New York markets World iu thi8 dtv on Tuesdav Oct Good buyers for export cattle and other stock always in attendance may ff0 with the certain assurance llf Commission flrms give prompt attention to consignments O H ALLERTOM JH Superintendent Sept 10 3ra that what they will there be offered is no where else to be seen That it 7ZZ7SiZ2S7SZl fafaSj2ElyijlJJjGtjJ jJkjSkjjSiU is not only a cosmopolitan military nomadic and equestrian organiza- Â¬ tion of such enormous and complete proportions as to require much more space and many more men and CASH QUOTATION horses than any other but one whose absolute instructive and absorbingly JROYAIi Best Patent Flour per hundred 230 i M ROYHL MILLS B I fit A e Nominated In a primary election held by the Bepublicans of the 27th Judicial DisÂ¬ trict on Saturday Mr H C Ever Owsley county was Eversole of nominated for the position of Circuit Judge over Judge W L Brown officer that It is simply marvelous how stu- Â¬ appointed by Gov Bradley to serve pidly this fellow writes in the edi- Â¬ until the November election and whole world as one of its most his- Â¬ torial columns when the contradic- Â¬ Hon John H Wilson Eversoles toric and heroic oharacters and as 800 tions of his statements are given in plurality over Wilson is some the most widely known and admired votes the news columns of that same paper representative of true American The editorial writer ought to be Miss Winnie Davis Dead manhood positively appears at each consistent to have a censor upon his afternoon and evening performance news columns to prevent the one Miss Winnie Davis only child and presenting to the lite and withbplen contradicting the other daughter of Hon Jefferson Davis did soul stirring realism and per- Â¬ President of the Southern Confed- Â¬ fection grand equestrian military Grosb Injustice eracy died on Sunday last at Narru review battle beenes the wild life gansett Pier B I of acute malarial We would call attention to the gastritis from which she had suffered and pastimes of the border steppes statement of the Board of Managers for a long time She was boin In deserts and pampas artillery drills of the Kings Daughters Hospital in 18G3 in Richmond Va She ma- Â¬ athletic displays bareback riding Â¬ another column It appears that the terially assisted her father in his lit- Â¬ that astounds all circus stars fronmarksmanship bouts with Fiscal Court withdrew the cduntys erary work and was considered a tier bucking broncos buffalo hunts subscription to the Hospital upon very brilliant young woman dances on horseback illustrations of the specious plea that no county patients had been received when descent unique trainiug by Wild West The Is certain from girls races raids rivalries and revels the truth really is that a majority of weak lungs in which eleven hundred people and lingering the charity patients received were including fully coughs throat horses participate from the county and not from the troubles or e juipped regulur representatives of city This injustice was done this bronchial affections the armies of the United States and noble institution without even noti- Â¬ through bleed Indians ing lungs to Europe Arabs Cossacks fying the Board of the excuse given consumption South Americans Cowboys Mexi- Â¬ which was so easily corrected if the first cans PlamsmenCavalry men Chiefs stages are neg- Â¬ Death of Mr Jerome Weitzel lected ThouBraves Cannoneers Vaqueros Gua sands of peo- nli toIio nre now in their craves would be chos Lancerd Swordsmen Bowmen On Saturday morning at zjU alive and well to day if they had heeded nnd native Barbarv steeds As it warnings of those troubles which oclock Mr Jerome Weitzel wro- - the firstconsumption and death were filling all out doors or fully lead to at The hacking cough spitting of blood us much of it as any one pair of eyes prietor of the Capitol troubles of and all his homo in this city aged 08 years weak lungsbreathing similar surely lead the can compass with all the over Â¬ to will organs of Mr Weitzel was born in consumption U uiey are nor airemjr iuc whelming dazzling thrilling spec indi When grown he signs of it Then there are the other Germany tacular massed and individual cations of the approach of consumption served his term in the Imperial such as night sweats emaciation or wast- glories and triumphs of historic and nutrition which bad away of Army coming thence to this country ingneglected flesh fromcertain death heroic and superlative horsemanship lead to if when 25 years old For a short time Ninety eight per cent of all the cases of bleeding lungs lingering and he remained in West Virginia but weak lungs DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve has obstinate coughs nnd other bronchial and located hero some forty years ago throat diseases which have been treated- the largest sale of any salve iu the Medical Discovits merit world This Dr lie was a tailor by trade and was with have Pierces Golden it Do not wait led dishonest fact and to attempthas to been cured by ery people labois energetic and patient in his until your throat trouble becomes serious - counterfeit it Look out for tho man and throat troubles are senA number of years ago he estab All bronchial to take the Golden Mcdi who attempts to deceive you when ous The time you call for UeWltts witcn iiazei is right at the start the Old Weitzel Hotel on Lewis cat Discovers has been Hven if your street and soon had a large and neglected until throat troublepronounced Salve the great pile cure Tyler k it has been not Hemphill lucrative custom When the Harris pulmonary disease or consumption do Dis to use the Golden Medical liesitate heirs sold the Capitol Hotel Mr covery for thousands of letters from the Weitzel became the purchaser and hufierers tliemsetves wno are now wen Medical in conjunction with his wife and sons bear evidence that the Goldengood phy will cure even after Discovery Will sell round trip tickets to to successfully operate sicking have pronounced the disease pul Louisville at one fare from Sept 20th has continued monary consumption to and Including trains scheduled to that popular hostelry at tho same I hail been troubled with bronchitis for sev Orlln OHarn Ilox m arrive at Louisville morning of Sept time putting in all the modem im- Â¬ cral yearn writes Mr Co Mitm In the first Fergus Falls Ottertnll 30th account Fair and Driving As- place I had sore throat I doctored with differ provements cut physicians ami took various medicines but solution throat a sticky Mr Weitzol was u genial and coin got no relief I mined from myegg Could not careful upright substance like the white of an pan ionnblo man mind that I would sleep and had mode up my not live through the winter I took Dr Pierces Â¬ and honorablo in all his dealings Golden Murilcnl Discovery and Favorite Pre in a few and was unusually successful In all scription alternately nnd took eightday beganI ttottles to see thnt I was better I his undertakings have not felt as well lir years as since using m thtwe uiedialutw In early life ho wus married to Unfailable Dr Pierces Pleasant Pullets HEADAOnBoured InSO tnlnutosbypr Miles Ouu cuut u doac At druggist constipation and biliousness Pain Pills for Miss Caroline IJolnnd of Detroit Â¬ interesting and entertaining origi- QUEEN 2nd Patent Flour per hundred nality cannot be questioned or imi DATSY Fimilv Flour ner hundred tated That it is as far removed FANCy Low Grade Flour per hundred from the time worn dead level path Corn Meal per bushel of all other shows as are the trackless per bushel Corn wilds in whose romantic history it Shipstuff per 100 lbs has its birth from the highways of and Corn a Specialty ordinary traffic and stale parade Custom grinding Wheat That it is genuine through and through and entirely free from imposition imitation make up taw tinsel and the dreary driness mouthingsofstereotyped and painted fools That Col Cody its projector and chief who stands before the Â¬ 220 510 200 60 50 70 L Weisenburgh Proprietor Fninkfort Kentucky M Pii ail Ors At LII LYOB Retired from Business Sale of the POTTER MET PMitOlS jy 4M fflBBHffl Of Extreme Interest to Piano Purchasers Â¬ tti jti Hes-e-Cass- el Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ j I LN Â¬ Â¬ CO were LYON POTTER for Western ReproseutHtiNes Steinwuy Sons for eight years which tact explains the high character of thfir pmiio Htock jf5 I icl ji jfi win i j Jv Hoiily of Chicago III Lyon 1 who aro tho lnrest donlors in musical instruments in tho world bought the Lyon Pottor Cori Ktok coiiHiatini of hun dreds of pianos ut ti fraction of their ooit These jnauos occupy four full iloors in tho Lon Pot ter immoiirio nuiriio atom The now Kteinwuy upright nnd baby grnndri nnd other high grade in htruineutB nre nlTurfd nt from 100 to 800 lews than current viiIuoh At thU Hpeuial Bale I iwn now milking m Fninkfort lor n few dujH I will sell jm nnw Up right Pmnos your neighbor hnvo just paid 100 tor glUX tlioao thny piiid 100 for 200 200 Pliuios for 120 lo0 ou lor i hi x iiuioh Pinnon for SIOO igHJO ilnnos tor 7fj 7ft nniioa tor tfnu Organs for 70 new 85 OrgaiiH for 05 for 25 New 100 Orgnm tor 7r new first 0 new 75 Organs lor 50 Strictly high grndo organs now 80 Organ for Now 70 Orgnna for SIS A gunrnntuu will op obmrt iiiritrmnoiits in uverv romieot county will approve given with overy new Pinno or Organ mioh us liny bunk in your Remember thti nbove low prices ohii only bo hud for a short time as my Htny iu Frankfort is limited Old Pianos and Organs taken in trade for uow Piiinos Gall on Houra from G to 0 me or drop mo a lino for illustrated catalogues sent free Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ S Any B- - KIRTLEY Factory Agent Oare of ROUNDABOUT Frankfort Ky I Imvo a full nnd oomploto description of tho Lyon Potter Stoolc Send for it instrument in this stock will bo placed in your homo on talnl and If not satis faoiory will be removed at my expense For the Next THIRTY Days I Will Offer THE RADIANT HOME BcJIADIAMTiVH HOMEitfiygfflH AIE BLAST With XXth Century Fire Pot CALL AND SEE THE STOVE IN OPERATION Cook and Heating Stoves jJc grrsatliy red uced prices tc ciit Steels a MnunHnwnsMHHMmaHnHMNnMtiiBH AT MY STORE Tin and Iron Rooffing1 and Guttering and Repair Work solicited For the It undnbout FRANKFORTS STREET FAIR What it Means to the chants City and Its Mer Why it Should be Pushed k Several times during the past two or three weeks mention has been made in the local papers regarding a proposed Street Fair to be held in this city in the early part of next month October There is no doubt about it that if the matter is thoroughly pushed it will prove a grand success and bring many dollars into the city that would not otherwise come The city officials the Commercial Club and every business manas well as every private citizen should put their shoulders to the wheel and make ita grand success It can be done and it should be done Having seen these fairs undertaken and carried out in other cities the writer begs leave to offer a few suggestions Let the fair be held from Monday October 10th to Saturday October 15th inciusive Buffalo Bills Wild West Show will be here on October 11th this could be advertised as an attraction Fair week Let the Frank fort Jockey Club get up a weeks Fall Meeting for Fair week and advertise some good races for every afternoon during Fair week Let the Street Car Company also get especially good attractions at their Park that week also Let the Committee on Arrange- Â¬ ments get up a neat circular adver- tising all of the above attractions of interesting also descriptions points about Frankfort and send them out all over the State Secure special low rates on all railroads of course and hundreds of people that never came to Frankfort before will come to the Capital City and will undoubtedly spend money Let some of our enterprising busi- Â¬ ness men take hold of this matter and give Frankfort what she never had before a bran new Street Fair It will bring hundreds of dollars to Frankfort besides advertising the city as she was never advertised A Citizen before In Cupids Toils cncnaananannnananaaaGncnonoa j j j era The announcement has been made no in Louisville that our young friend CQ GO Lieut Gov Jere South of Arkansas CO KM is to wed Miss Ellen Hargis the ea youngest daughter of Judge Thos F en ca Hargis of Louisville The wedding gci ca is to take place December 7 Miss ca 123 Hargis was born in this city while ca upon the Appel CH Judge Hargis was ca late bench and is said to be an at-- ca ca eacaEsicaeaeaeaaaeaoacaoacaea cacficacaeaoaaaeacaoaaaoa KlZ En GncnrJCicnECTnnrjnnnctannctina Unequalled This is the proper expression for our spring stock We are showing the latest oS no a a on ca go an CO GE tractive young lady knows handsome Jere South How to Look Good Everybody ca rn ca rsa ca GO WASH FABRICS All new styles Sure Cure for F When the children get their feet wet and take cold give them a hot foot bath a bowl of hot drink a dose or Ayers Cherry Pectoral and put them to bed The chances are they will be Con- Â¬ all right in the morning tinue the Cherry Pectoral a few days until all cough has dis- Â¬ appeared Old coughs are also cured we mean the coughs of bron- Â¬ chitis weak throats and irritable lungs Even the hard coughs of consumption are always made easy and frequently cured by the continued use of Colds Good looks are really more than skin deep depending entirely on a healthy condition of all the vital organs the liver is inactive you have a bilious look if your stomach is nianrrlprpri vnn hnvp n rivannntip look if vour kidnevs are affected vou have a pinched look Secure good health and you will surely have good looks Electric Bitters is a good Alterative and Tonic Acts Long Pastorate directly on the stomach liver and kidneys purifies the blood cures and Kev J W Frazier pastor of St pimples blotches and boils T7n A i inn n Johns A M E Church of this city at closed a five years pastorate of the Gayles Drug Store 50 cents per o Church on Sunday last ana nasgone to Dome Conference this week at Harrods The Right Thing burg The rules of the Conference only allow a minister to remain four The Democrats held a primary in years under ordinary circumstances but the Bishop suspended the rule in the 8th Congressional District of this case and Mr Frazier remained Alabama on Saturday to nominate a candidate for Congress This is the full five years The He has been very successful and his Gen Jo Wheelers district church here give him up even now Republicans and Populists all united with great regret and hope that he with the Democrats and Gen Â¬ may be given a good appointment Wheeler was unanimously nominated and yet there are people who for next year say that patriotism is dead in this country Coal Dealers Indicted I ca ca 8 a I LADIES H SKIRTS At lowes prices en AmTTTTVTS VJUV- - X X1JLJLN VJT n ca For Men Boysand Children ca on sy ea an ca on ca ca a ca ca ca a an a ca ca a ca on ca ca a ca a nn on la It is ma n surprising to see the vast number of Mens and Boys no S3 Suits we show at prices lower than ever ca teSolcl j II Out oa ca ca ca ea ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca Ca ca iiMoQfTo CM Un Line Gaiiuuuo Rnmrnont jiu uuimiiuiu Â¬ f7 mm Â¬ ca ca ml I do i Ei Mothers know that we al- Â¬ ways display the very new- ica ca ca ca An Enterprising Druggist ca The errand iury has brought in in ca dictments against the different coal ca There are few men ca dealers of this city for forming a trust awake and enterprising more wide ca than J W to control prices Gayle who spares no pains to secure ca ca Louisville Pike ca ca Cii ca ca est neatest and nobbiest suits for the little ones in Frankfort We have the sole agency and control of the well known Duchess Trousers for men and boys You know every pair has a writ ten warranty You should try one pair and you will never buy others Aucrs flierrii pectoral 1 i Every doctor knows that wild cherry bark is the best remedy known to medical science for soothing and healing inflamed throats and lungs Put ono of Dr Ayers Cherry Pectoral over your lungs Tha Boat Medloal AUvloo Freol Wo now Iiavo torao of the moit cmL nent jiliyslclani In tlto Uultud Mtntua UnDtual opjiortunltlo uml long expert oncoeiiilmmtly tit thorn fur ulvluu you Wrlto freely ull tlto niorilcnl Advice particular In your cjwe Addre Dr J 0 AYER Jewell Aims Plasters Wo are sorry to learn of diphtheria Mr Coly being so close to us Crocketts little girl is quite ill with that dreadful disease Sorry to hear Misses Ruby and Pearl Parrent have scarlet fever Mrs Dr Crutcher has been quite sick but is able to he out again Mr Caleb Merchant is the boss hand in tobacco Mr Bob Gordon is painting in this neighborhood lie does good work We are glad to see Black Haw Â¬ kins out Ho is a great fellow Bud Merchant spent several days with his chum B II in this neigh Â¬ borhood this week Miss Sallie Moore is quito sick at this writing Several of our hoys have somo at tractions at Troy Ky Who is it boyV Wo want to know Mr Utterhack is improving the house ho bought from Mis Branch considerably What has become of our Bridge port conespondent Miss Mahin of Troy who has boon visiting her cousin Miss Ola Hawkins has letnrned homo Many long faces left behind Mis Merchant ppont several days with Miss Kato Forbes this weok Miss Ola Hawkins is visiting rel atives in Troy Mrs Fannlo Parront spont several days at Fleetwood this week AVo had a delightful rain Thursday I ca on Our footwear for Men Ladies and Children is immense no the best of everything in his lino ca The newest shades and styles Ladies beautiful Custom on for his many customers He now ca Shoos in black and colors at 2 Mens Shoes at all prices ca has the valuable agency for Dr on Kings New Discovery for Consnmp ca We give the best value for the least money ca This is the ca tion Coughs and Colds ca eh - ca wonderful remedy that is producing ea ca such a furor all over the country by ca its many startling cures It absojd-letxs-lutely cures Asthma Bronchitis b Hoarseness and all affections of the ea ca Call at d3 throat chest and lungs on above drug store and get a trial ca S3 ESTABLISHED 1877 r iu Â¬ ii ca x bottle free or a regular size for 50 cents and 1 Guaranteed to cure or 5 price refunded Court of Appeals ca caoacanacannrianarnnaEncroa cacncnaaoaaanananacacnnncn eacaeacaeaeucaetjeaeaeaauju cacaeacacucauacacacacacaaa The Court of Appeals met on Mon Â¬ day last for the fall term All the judges were present and seemed re Â¬ freshed by their vacations and ready for tho heavy work bolbre them iS y irr THE LEADING- DBALERS I3ST- - WnMfWtAjt GITiIwlTLCJaoKt -- Hardware Paints c KI FOR SALE BY- - Lily of this Vailiy R ROGERS Beptll ly SONS JOHNSON We are receiving daily our new Fall and Winter stock Prices the lowest Call and see us 1 811 lXjn S5t HOGE j home in our quarters A Second Regiment Volunteer who FURNISHED BY GLOVER Ct DURRETT Ascension Episcopal Church LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Rev R L McOready rector Mr is also an Association member will conduct the young mens meeting in Robt Emmet Abraham assistant Divine service at 11 a m and 430 the Association to night Saturday Sales on our market for the week Sermon at 11 a m by the at 8 oclock juBt closed amount to 1996 hhds with ector receipts tor tne same period ot 472 Sunday school in the chapel at 045 allThe local Association members andÂ¬ hhds Sales on our market since Jan Â¬ other young men that may be ina m the evening classes to be uary 1st amount to 82952 hhds Sales Services Wednesday afternoon at terested in at the Association rooms of the crop of 1896 on our market to conducted 430 in the chapel in- Â¬ this date amount to 67771 hhds All seats free and everyone cor this fall and winter are earnestlyGen- Â¬ The condition of the market this vited to offer suggestions to the dially welcome eral Secretary or any member of the week has been very similar to that of Committee as to what last week The offerings have emBaptist Church Rev M B Educational study would prove at- braced a large proportion of common branches of Adams the pastor will preach at 11 tractive and helpful to them The tobacco and the demand continues a m and 730 p m Educational Committee is composed satisfactory for the colory low grades The Young Peoples Society will of the following well known gentle Some sales of good leaf were made meet at 630 p m men K w McKery T L Udeien during the week at prices ranging from 14 to 1725 tfrayer meeting Wednesday nignt McHenry Rhoads H O McKee at 730 Rapid progress is being made in ii Sunday school in the Chapel at 945 You invite disappointment when housing the new crop but in many young men you experement a m Special classes for DeWitts Little localities a large part of the crop is Seats free and all are cordially in- Early Risers are pleasant easy still on the hill and some of it will vited thorough little pills They cure consti- Â¬ not be ready for the knife until to pation and sick headache just as wards the end of the month The following quotations fairly Christian Church Rev George sure as you take them Tyler represent our market for burley to Darsie the pastor will preach at 11 Hemphill 49 bacco 1896 crop a m and 730 p m Trash dark or damage d Morning subject Religion a PerÂ¬ Appointed Postmaster 4 005 5 50 tobacco sonal Thing 7 00 5 60 Common Colory trash The Extraordinary Happiness of Col John W Breathitt a prom Medium to good colory7 00 10 00 Christs Earthly Life trash Young Peoples Society of Chris Â¬ inent citizen of Hopkinsville was 9 00 Common lugs not colory 7 00 tian Endeavor meets at 645 in the appointed 10 50 8 00 Postmaster of that city on Common Colory lugs chapel Leader Miss Ella Stephens Medium to good colory Monday Tonic What iB True Success 13 00 10 00 lugs Prayer meeting Wednesday night Common to medium leaflO 00 14 00 at 730 I 0 0 F 16 00 14 00 Medium to cood leaf Topic The Ministry of Pain 18 00 16 00 Good to fine leaf Junior Endeavor meets Friday 26 00 18 00 October nth to 11th the Frankfort Selector wrappery afternoon at 4 oclock Cincinnati Ry will sell tickets to Sundqy school meets at 930 Lexington Trots The public will be cordially wel- Â¬ Winchester and return limited to comed to all these services and es- Â¬ the 15th at half rate pecially strangers in the city J It Newton One fare October 4 15 inclusive A G P A round trip daily via thp Queen Â¬ Crescent Route Good until October Catholic Church The usual ser vices to morrow conducted by Rev lGtluto return Ask your ticket e ind Yu Have Always Bought pastor Father Thomas Major the agent for particulars Bears the Low mass at 730 a m High mass W C Rinearson G P A 10 am Vespers at 730 pm Cincinnati O Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ RELIGIOUS Come in boys and make yourselves at LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MARKET Fall Stock Now Ready T1 D C Crutcher Cos a dies Shoes See the new4ast 125 150 200 250 up to 400 300 V4i v Bfcis ALL THE LATEST x j it CmhhhHHBHHCmb JriSLuS 75c i 100 The veterans of the Mexican War living in Kentucky had their annual Samwell Cruicnsr reunion at Ilanodsburg on Wednes Â¬ niaru day last A procession addresses banquet c added to the enjoyment of the occasion the re union ad Â¬ Methodist Church Rev T F journed to meet with the National Taliaferro the new pastor will preach The first term of the Mary Card well Association at Louisville on Thurs- Â¬ at 11 a m and 730 p m Crutcher Academy of Jetts Ky Sunday school meets at 93Ka m day will begin the second Monday in Epworth League convenes at 645 p m in the ladies parlor A stubborn cough or tickling in the Sept 12th inst The Prayer meeting Wednesday even- thioat yields to One Minute Cough cess new school room now in pro- Â¬ construction ing at 730 p m Cure Harmless in effect touches with ofelegant singlewill be furnished desks maps Official Board meets Tuesday even the right spot reliable and just what charts and all the helps found in an ing is wanted It acts at once Tylei school The public cordially invited to at- Â¬ Hemphill 49 Sept 3 lm tend Â¬ j Â¬ President Roberts of Center College Danville will 1L a m and 730 p m preach at Sundny school at 945 a m Christian Endeavor Society meets at 045 p m in Sunday school room Prayer meetmg Wednesday even- Â¬ ing at 730 Rev First OPresbyterian D Church W D Mexican War Vets Miles whole wheat flour only health giving but is palatable than white flour is not 150 500 200 up tc more 3 tf All the Newest Shanes and Colors Shoes See the Iv 250 500 300 1 lC0RffiLLrRv I J Mens new last 125 150 200 350 up to All the NEW SHAP S Ready Rev Wm Crowe jr the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Sunday school at 930 a m Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor meets at 645 p m Prayer meeting Wednesday even Â¬ ing at 730 To all these meetings the publio is oordially invited Southern Presbyterian Church A1ATRIM0NIAL Christian WQoiB parsonage on Tuesday evening Mr Our Clothing Stock for Men Boys and Children the largest and hand Wm F Bradley and Miss Emma One trial of Miles WHOLE WHEAT Seay were married by Rev George somesf we have ever slown FLOUR will oonvinoe you thnt it makes Darsie the moat delicious as well as the most Buadley Seay At the wneai Flou i pointed to deliver the principal ad dress at the Annual Convention of the American Christian Missionary Society in Chattanooga 18th Y M O Rev George Darsie has been ap- Â¬ Â¬ Tenn Oct Announcement is made of the en wholesome bread for it Ask yoar grocer gagement of Miss Emily Harelrigg daughter of Judge J II Hazelrigg 8 tf and Mr Thos C Bradley of Lex Â¬ ington The wedding will occur Tuesday Dect G Â¬ MILES SON NOTICE COAL BUSI Walluco who will con ofllce formerly occupied COAL CO OF OUR 2t D O Crutcher Co Dr Miles Norvo Plasters for Rhoumatlam A NOTES Â¬ DISPONED ness to McDanlel tlntifl the business In the b us and wo commend 17 HAVE It is expected that Rev Dr W O Roberts rocontly elected President of Center College Danville and ex President of Lake Forest Univorsity will give the address at the Moiib Rally on Sunday afternoon at 330 oqlock A lino meeting may there fore bo counted upon All men invited Last Sunday a spocial service of song and jjidio reading in wnion a number of the young men parti Â¬ cipated was enjoyed at the rooms Â¬ The Association come to its rooms Second Regiment lunteers who aro will cordially wel Â¬ all members of the of Kentucky Vonow in the city Â¬ In making your pick gentlemen to or you must have irriuiKrorc nuujic as wortuythesetneir nutronimethe 0DEIjEI I35TTHE IOEL GAINES strictly pure selected Sept spices in order to se cure the handsome ap New Coal Firm Farming Implements Wagons pearance and flavor de Vehicles Harness c Having the business of The sired And it is just as Gaines pirchnsed uro prepared to furnish to important that you use the people ofoiFiankfort mid Fiaukllu county the Agont for Champion Binders Reapers and Mowers Old pure cider vinegar uesi unities ouiu uuru unu sou toai Iliokory Wagons Columbus Buggy Go Buggies Hay Italcos v Get all theso articles at IEL Cultivators Disc Harrows Maohine and Harness Oils Averi ira Drug Store Main and you will not be dis Offloo 230Near Xi StN Soalos and Doyot Yard Sse My Mi ani Try My Prices- Before Goii Elsewhere appointed Sept liii les Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J C MASTIN i Coal Co we Noel Â¬ - J7 ggilgMMMHriilttM MBmuramn mi i mi iiviVJtitiiiiiuijf tuiwnTinmxtJviirjmnmiijjiiiiiiJumL niiimmw n imuuniiaimiiMuinimiiiuj mmcmenanngn nmnwinwnii Bwiwiiiiwi arm ruixirutnnn riir vnirrurn rinnnrutrui ruinx hbsi 2ew OBSI BSfJ gftfiS W3 N c toe JLf - B3 Esa gjfjgj vVS i i - IB mm PI BTJ Mil WHRJ ifi 8 day strike 250 8 day strike alarms n1 The accompnyinp- out represents one pattern of a cele- and best macloS d y clock in the world Oak case 23 ggg r n ajAv3 inn uuu n ti lTinnpc n i n j v mn ino iwj onn eouo n n lUilUWO ttt juvuuki ao v TZ7 i PHH9 800 Black bmsii BiSa BBS iSLJS Compare these clocks with any made as regards Price Finish and Workmanship We also carry a full and complete line of Iron Porcelain Enamel and Nickle Clocks ifcic sJS jgc SS A uiruxruu ltuitu iruxnrLru uuuuuuuuuu WAR NOTES iH SELBEHT Jeweler Frankfort Ky uiu u u u inrinnjxnjuumrinjuuxrixuxru been oedered to Porto Rico for ser- - and should not leave them for other vice and ling started for his new post nations to squabble over fllled with the f trisequipment ui meofficers auuu aim Â¬ Â¬ Commodore John C Watsons fleet has been disbanded and he has been placed Cal in command of the Mare Island Navy Yard at San Francisco It is more than likely that the troops now in camp tit Lexington will remain until well into the winter before going to Cuba Porto Bico c Five additional regiments were oraerea sent irom toan i rancisco on Monday to Manila This was done to bring the force there up to the 50000 men originally proposed Of the 24 Chaplains in the U S INavy thefollowingare their religious Presbyterian 1 Chris proclivities tian 1 Catholic 3 Baptist 5 EpisÂ¬ I Â¬ I r copalian 5 Methodist 9 The Spanish Peace Commissioners and are as have been appointed follows Senor Montel Rios Senor Abarzuza General Cerrero Senor Villa Urrutia and Senor Garnica Those boys who went from this ity into Company M Second Ken- Â¬ tucky Volunteers Georgetown Com- Â¬ pany were furloughed for thirty days on Sunday and came home that night Direct charges of failure to honor requisitions for both medicines food supplies and other necessaries were made to Secretary Alger by the officers at Camp Hamilton who luul beenatChickamauga Brig Gen Jos T Haskell one of Santiagos heroes who was twice ate went ont wounded and sent home to recuper- Â¬ to meet his returning comrades on Saturday was taking suddenly ill and died It is now thought that our Pcace Commissioners will be instructed to demand full control of the PhilippineIslands the President having been convinced that the whole country will stand by the demand Gen Garcia the Cuban General came into Santiago on Wednesday en route to New York where he comes to visit his nick laughter Gen Lawton cordially received the hero and speeded him on his way Dr Julius Purnell of Paris who has been serving as a member of the hospital corps at Fort Thomas near Newport for several months has A council of the provisional government of Cuba has issued a patriRegiment U S Engineers passed otic address calling upon all Cubans through this city on Wednesday en to respect the protocol and recognize route to Camp Hamilton Lexington the fact that the United States has They came from Jefferson Barracks done for Cuba what she could not do THE LOWEST NAMED for herseff It also requires all forces near St Louis Mo to recognize the authority of the Kersey Company E Capt Julian United States until such time as she Second Kentucky Volunteers were sees fit to turn the country over to furlough on Sun given a thirty days Cubans Hoosier wide Brown Cotton - 3 1 2 onil iinmu lUW Mint nJcrhr the linmo WC v i uujvj being mustered out of A large number of the Spanish 9 4 Brown preparatory to 11 lhe aervice Tne bov eenerally were volunteers and some regulars having in good shape although bronzed by families in Porto Rico will remain Goood yard wide Bleached Cotton 3 1 2 on that Island and become Ameriexposure to sun and air - 5 1 2 can citizens The Commissioners Best Lonsdale Bleached It is said that Germany has been have accomplished fctheir work with 3 1 2 making secret attempts to gain a but little trouble and the Spanish Canton foothold in the Philippines by ne-Â¬ army will all be away in the next The Very Best Indigo Blue Calicos 3 1 2 gotiations with Spain Such being six weeks the information our Peace CommisArchbishop Dozal of the Philipsioners have been notified to inform an interview says Spain that no interference by any pine Islands in he is heartily in favor of an entire Sept 24 lm other nation in this matter will be removal of Spanish authority from tolerated He lays the chief those islands ANNOUNCEMENT Four Generals in the Cuban army blame for the state of affairs there BLUE GRASS FARM have turned over their commands to upon the several church orders who We are authorized to announce General Lawton the American com- have been oppressing the people and mander Gen Perez another com- then quarreling over the division Capt T J HARDIN of Owen spoil s county as a candidate for Congress mander has 8000 men near Gauta of the Congressional The whole of the Second Regiment in this the 7th the action of the Dis namo which force he will disband ReOR Kentucky Volunteers were fur trict subject to 49 tf by order of his superior Gen Cas publican party once tat loughed on Sunday and at tillio They were given for their homes The large farm situated at the Forks of Elk Spain is going ahead to punish thirty days at the expiration o horn 3U miles from Frankfort on the I rank tort ct Cincinnati railroad lately occupied byR her soldiers and sailors because they which time they will have to report C Church Is for sale The place contains- about 325 acres ahou two thirds of which Is splendid finnlrl nnt whin thH Amerirans foryduty at Camp Hamilton The Klkhorn bottom and the remainder excellent blue grass land The residence Is a comfortable The lntest victim is Aclmiral Mon men all think they will be musteied two story frame situated on an eminence com teJQj whose fleut Aliniral Dewey out at that time but a good many manding n beautiful view ofthe vlllugeof Forks f Elkhorn one fourth of a mile dlstaut and the We suppose it other people believe they will be redestroyed at Manila Elkhorn Creeks one of which runs half around the farm There N a largo modern barn for YpoAFTiRTMiy for Spanish honor to tained through the winter is necessary 19regilg JLjt fk I stock ai d a hal mlle track on the place with Gov Bradley and staff attended punish somebody and as they could all other suitable out bulldlngs and a great abundance of neter falling water for all pur-any old thing the review of the command stationed not punish Uncle Sam A railroad obes station nostolllce school- at Camp Hamilton Lexington on louse and church bulldlncs are In sight of the will do dwelling Tuesday This review was held by The place will be hold cheop im I on ery easy Secretary of War Alger visited Gen Breckinridge in honor of the terms as to payment and If not sold by the lUth of feeptember will be rented for nextjear For Camp Hamilton at Lexington on Secretary of War Gen Alger who further particulars apply to Frank Clilnn Frank fort Tuesday and held a review of the is on his itinerary of inspection of Wi WIR TWICE ASr 4tHP lilockKy or to theK undersigned atc No 32 Bull Louisville John Russell 51 tf troops lie found everything in the camps and especially the hn good shape and was much pleased pltuls throughout the country Tl ere with the general situation and ap were nine regiments in the force re Not affected by Heat or Cold pearance of things He left that view a total of near 8000 nierh iV f if if if if if if if 1 Highest Awards at Centennial night for Knoxville Tenn where V Paris and Worlds Fair iff 1 if if It if if if if if if 4 Manufactured pRAZER LUBRICATOR CO he reviewed the troops in camp 9y f fr w tfe ft w ijj ft I Factories Chciago SL Lotilt New York Senator Lindsay is out in a lengthy THE POPULAR lfclfltlf For Infants and Children 4ni interview in the Louisville Post of sit Tuesday in which he says the logic The Kind You Hale Always Bought lH aauinarBaa of events which have recently oc- J L Rod man Son PRICES EVER fc yard Sheeting Â¬ Cotton Flannel cents cents cents cents cents cents Â¬ Â¬ ALL GOODS CHEAP FOR Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SALE RENT - Â¬ PHPE Â¬ msmzzjgzzm Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- 0XXK00Vm CASTOR A 2L ir raDMiura iHififi 1 Â¬ curred will force ua to assume con t ol of the entire group of Philippine Islands He says wo cannot let Spain re3umo her control over them Bears the Signature of m Fall Running Meeting SiMiif ll iHifif lllll 4 I lflflflfJ 3 It if if if if if if if if if iiimiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiHiiiiiik i i9 the cry of women whose housework is Such beyond their physical powers women need to know that all cleaning is made easy by Xend a Hand rwi sive Lexington Ky September 18 29 1898 Excursion tickets Queen Crescent Route ono faro for the round trip from all stations between Mason and Pino Knot Ky inclu Â¬ See agents for particulars Dr Dolling Has removed his office to his resl donee No 413 Ann street D Mc Henry property Hours 11 to 1 2 tifififif ifififif ififififf Jiifififl ififififi tififififf ififijif DECORATION DAY AT HOME Should bo obsorved by having jour din Â¬ ner moro apeoial In dainties than unual on tho voro of summer In our high rado stock of fjroourios wiuea and vegetables you iind fancy and staple supplies that will cuablo yon tu prepare dinner for n kinn and are ospuoinlly appetizing and now tempting just 11 ifiifif A3 ii 1 to to Telephone No 4 0 8 G U 29 Odd 40 Fellows tf tlflflflf if f f lflfjlfI w VAsL I A imv WWWW r wf ioT 1 ij w 1 Jf 0 Its the household as good as an extra pair of hands taj It saves time and worry largest pacjeage greatest economy THE N K FAIRHANK COMPANY New York Chicago St Loula ruuaueipiiiu uosion Washintr Powder St Louis Mo October 4th to 10th 1898 Tickots on sale via the Queen Crescent Route to St Louis Mo ono faro for tho round trip tickets good until October 13th returning Ask agents for particulars 11 tlflflflfH f t G1vAr HtVMC JltEKD illlllllllllllllllllllliiiiMllllr John Driscoll The loader in first olasa gooHa at low est prices Try Miles whole wheat Hour 3 tf r- jUM 1MB iww t n n mvnNmmmmnnm Ii Start tie Macliwy of Fa BlSlB Ii a Cheap Sale of Immense Mapilie h Our summer snled have pleased both our customers and ourselves and thafe Wo liavo concluded to have numerous cheap sales during the ontiro fall season thoy proved a grand success is plain by the largo crowds who daily attend them Our buyers this season havo We open our fall trade with ono of the largest and most complete stocks of fall goods ever brought to the city of Frankfort The patrons of the ever popular Louisville Storo can now look forward with pleasure at the low made fxtra efforts and secured hundreds of choice bargains prices you will always find quoted in these columns The Louisville Store Company own sixteen branch stores in the Slate of Kentucky and the large facilities in buying in wholesalo lots enables us to under- Â¬ sell any ono individual firm Hundreds of our customers all ovor the State are well aware of that fact Wo carry only first class goods Before making your fall purchase road carefully what wo say If you feel that you want to save money buy at our store Convince yourselves that wo are the cheapest storo in Frankfort Comparo theso prices wo quote below with other firms As nsunl wo etnrt first in Domestics be ing nn nrticlc tlmt is so largely consumed in nil size fnmilies Hooker Unbleached yard wide Cotton Fall sale price 2jC Soft Finish yard wide Bleached Gj cont Cotton Fall sale price Indigo Blue and Fancy Prints J5c and Theso nro the best brands on the 4c market Unbleached Sheeting Fall sale price 9 12jo Bonrding houses and hotels should lay in n supply at this low price Good Flannel 80 yard Good All wool Flannel 15c yard Extra wide Outing Cloth Co yard Yard wide Fancy Fall Percales 7c Heavy Feather Tick lie yard Straw Tick 5c yard yard Good Canton Flannel Extra Hoavy Canton Flannel 7jc ynrd out to 5c yard Fine Silkoline Drnpery Good quality Shirting Cotton 5o yard Cambric Dress Lining all colors only 4o yard 48 inch Black Dress Goods cut to 29c yd G inch Fnncy Novelties for All wool childrens school drcses Fine 3G inch Serges in all new shades only 33c yard Â¬ 4c 4a Fancy double width Dress Goods all shades only 10c yard j Beautiful Fancy Outing Cloths worth Fall sale price Fine Dress Patterns in all the now designs 7fic yard goods onr price 49o Fancy Plaid Dress Goods 25 cent goods Fall sale price 15o Good quality Red Table Linen 18o yard Other houses ask you 25c for this sainoi grade Heavy White Unbleaohed Table Linen cut to 2Sc yard Fine White Bleached Table Linen 25c yd Good Heavy Jeans c yard Extra Fine Cassimercs for mens and boys pants only 40c yard Mens Heavy Drill 35 cent Drawers onr Fall sale price 19o Hair Pins ic paper package Clarks 0 N T Thread three for 10c John J Clarks two far 5o Kings 500 yard Thread 4o spool Henvy All wool Underskirts 75 cent grade cut to 49c All shades Mens heavy every day Socks 10 cent grade cut to 4c pair Mens line Tan and Black Hose cut to 12c 8c I j 9o pair Our Clothing Department is the largest in the city and our Fall stock is immense Wo always havo a largo clothing trade The toasou is easily oxplained our prices can not bo met by other stores We carry only ilrst class goods Just think 289 buys a good heavy Fall 15o pair Mnnrt Suit Cheese Cloth in all hhades only 4c yard 500 buys a splendid suit that would cost We offer you a splondid Corset well boned you donblo elsewhere and wears welf for 25c Childrens Suits from 75c up Boys Suits from 125 up To close out our Summer Corset take your size at 19c Mens Cottonade Pants 28o pair Mens Heavy Jeans Pants 79c Our 75 cent Corsets for 49o in black and Boys Knee Pants from 19c up white Mond Alpino Hats 79c Our 100 Corsets for 79c in black and Ladies Ready mado Fall Skirts 98c white 90o Ladies line Ready mado Fall Skirts Our 125 Corsets for 98c in black and 150 We sell a good fine Shoe at 90c Fine Briilintino and Sicilian Skirts 289 white Good Curtain Scrim at Corduroy 250 Pants out to 149 yard A splendid Vesting Top Lace or Button Mens Fancy 10 cent Cretonnes out to 7e yard Mens Heavy Cassimere Pants 89c Ladios Shoo at 115 Mens flue Percale Shirt in both soft and Childrens Hoavy School Shoes 49c See onr Overcoat stock stiff bosom 75 cent gradi cit to 43o Infants Soft Soles or Hand Turned Our Millinery Department for the Fall will l in charge of Miss Ida Smith an Ladies 50u Shirt Wan iiit to 23o Shoos at 30o experienced and competent milliner Mens 100 grade White PulT Bosom Boys Solid Loathor Shoes at 79c Shirts cut to 4do from Louisville Our millinery depart MisRes Shoes as low us 79o ment for Fall will be a special attrac Childrens School Handkerchiefs 2c Good Pins throe papers for 5o tion the ladies know that we trim the Ladies White Hemstitched 4c very latest hats Our stylos aro exclus- Â¬ Elegant Ready made Wrappers in Flan Mens Red and Blue Handkerchiefs 4c ive our prices are the lowest neletto and Percale at 73c and 98c Mens Suspenders 9o mniRtaKcirmaMvanxmmrajaaxBmutnxwiniurNuiwi iiin inriai ttwuntUBi 11 pair of our Kluse Patent Ladles try Thumb Kid Glove all shades Every Wo take back and give pair warranted another pair nhould thoy rip Wo will sell this 150 glovo as a leader at 98c Ladies fine Berlin Gloves fall patterns Elegant 15 cent Hamburg Embroideries cut to 8jc Ladies fancy Gilt and Oxidized Belts 19o Ladios Leather Belts lUo Ladies Black Seamless Hose 80 Ladies Fancy 25 cent Hew 13c Mens Heavy Working Shirts 29c All our whito goods km than cost Mens ffne 150 Mackititosohout to 198 Good Hoavy Blankets G9o Oood Hoavy Comforts 69c Our Shoo Department is full of factory made shoos We handle ouly factory We handle only solid made lines leather shoes Wo sell a good heavy Working Shoo at 4o Â¬ Â¬ S- - 4 t Come early and secure your share of goods at these low prices The only and original Louisville Storo in Frankfort Ky st Be Sunday ox-a-xi- es sxzsEE31 A Sam Christian Church Convention fust New Orlfuns Limited train Mitchell Terrell Messrs J R N jvton Moore and Willio Young visited the LVfcRY THURSDAY P A AG family of Mr Wash Sudduth last Tor Los Angeles mid San Francisco without The Limited also connects Saturday night More than twenty million samples chanjjo dally with Kxpress Train for theut New Pacific Orleans A great many on the sick list this of DoWitts Witch Hazel Salvo havo Coast and on Tuetuliiy mul Saturdays with the Â¬ week Among them aro Mr George been distributed by the manufactur i ED Hulette Mr Duano Bryan and Miss ers What better proof of their con Â¬ fidence in its niorits do you want Millie Mitchell Pacific It cures piles burns scalds sores in at the SouthernFrancisco ulvltiR special through Particulars of Agent hurvlcu to ban Mr Wash Sudduth is having a the shortest space of time Tyler ot th I 0 It It and connecting lines now room built and other house re Hemphill 49 8 0 HATCH Vlv rass AKent Cincinnati 0 JNO A SCOTT Dlv Pass Agent Memphis pairing dono A great success I am still making A II HANSON A Chicago 0 Tho Lily of the Valley visited her 50 W A KKLLONI a i i a Louisville cousins near Sulphur Spring last them at Matterns you of Mr Walker Quire who has been Wo will wager 1500 that no btoyole manufacturer in America is producing a High Grade on the sick list for some time we Santiago FRANKFORT SEPTEMBER 24 1898 tiicycio oquai to our iiwb American special on wmen nas uoon piacea a pnoo 01 are sorry to say is not much better 35 and Is offering to the general public to aU alike Further that our a Mr OBannon Sudduth is very Sick or Well a Rush Night Forks oi Elkhorn seriously ill Has had a paralytic And Day stroke on the left side daughter Mrs Stafford Spicer and Messrs Floyd Young N W Pul flip RnHtp nf nntinnrn Lillith visited in Lexington this liam and Willie Chism were the Thp Pnrkprc nf Their de Cuba Were all Heroes guests of Misses Nora and Katie week Heroic Efforts In Getting Ammunition Are better bicycles than can be bought In America for the same money Mr Suthie Darnell and family Sudduth last Sunday and Rations to the Front Saved the have moved to Stamping Ground Well well the latest out One of f We employ no traveling men issue no expensivo circulars sell our entlro output to the I Day I riders for cash only have no bad debts therefore can sell BICYCLES 100 per cent f Miss Roberta Moore is visiting in Mr Willie Chisms girls calls his I cheaper than any manufacturer in tho United States Wo never deceive the public No I horse Belle and the other calls it Georgetown sent subject to approval without any advance a So dont be partial P E Butler of pack train No 3 S one oan succeed in so doing Our bicycles are In 1B98 re- iDesderaona 15000 bicycler only want whatever We 8100 each Miss Daisy Hockensmith will Willie Just call her Desdemona writing from Santiago De Cuba on i We much prefer expeot to soil at a protttof 8100 eachand we 1000 at 15 to make Any prloei 1 to sell 15000 than eaoh I after a Belle above ours made by other concerns are made so by extravagant expenses and dont let any-turn home this afternoon 0 what a cute name We all had diar- 5 one convince you that you should pay for extravagances and bad dobts of others Buy of a July 23d says cousin Miss weeeks stay with her near Frank1 the maker and save your money SEND FOR CATALOGUE AT ONCE Mr W B Sudduth and wife vis rhoea in more or less violent form Nellie Hockensmith ited his father Mr Wash Sudduth and when we landed we had no time I AMERICAN MACHINE COMPANY Columbus Ohio fort to see a doctor for it was a case of Saturday night in progress at last limllllmilllllrtmtmlt rush and rush night and day to keep Meeting has been 131yr Meeting at the Bryant school house the troops in ammunition and Providence church Woodlake for Many of our next Sunday evening at 330 oclock rations butthanks to Chamberlains the past two weeks Services conducted by the Y M C Colic Cholera and Diarrhc ea Remedy young people have attended body invited we were able to keep at work and spent Saturday A Every Mr Stuart Lucas We see that Mr McDonald is keep our health in fact I sincerely Stamping ground and Sundav in believe that at one critical time this the guest of his cousin Mr Richard spoken of as a probable candidate for medicine was the indirect savior of Representative of Franklin county Head I do not know him myself but my our army for if the packers had Mrs A W Macklin who has been father does and thinks he stands in been unable to work there would daughter Mrs with all the leading statesman of the have been no way to get supplies to the guest of her Jennie Coop in Louisville for some State and is the available man to the front There were no roads that time has returned home get an appropriation to build a new a wagon train could use My com nur old friend Capital and that he lacks a long rade and myself had the good ivr rknnoi Ponnnn fortune to lay in a supply of this a fool was in our village last week We hUdb of beiner seem to beThe men medicine for our pack train before 11 for him around here all were glad to see mm we left and I wish him God speed To have cases Tampa and I know in four it absolutely saved life Regular services at Buck Run Sun the Capitol built will I think adThe above letter was written to the day and Sunday night vance the price of chickens and eggs Built on striotly Bcientiflo principles and of the highest grade manufacturers of this medicine the MlGNIONUTTE Mr Russ Hughes of Frankfort materials Chamberlain Medicine Co Des Price 35 Fully guaranteed How can we do it has been in our village spending a Simplicity in construction and not belonging to the Type- Â¬ About one month ago my child Moines Iowa For sale by J W weeks vacation writer 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We guargraph Go Alter suffering for over a week with days and was having about twenty antee your outing will benefit you flSTSend for catalogue and testimonials flux and my physician having failed five operations ol the bowels every The cost is within the reach of all to relieve me I was advised to try twelve hours and we were convinced Send 2c for illustrated pamphlet Chamberlains Colic Cholera and rhnr n n lots It soon obtained relief it Address A A Sonants G P A D C Steamers Diarrhoea Remedy and have the would not live Chamberlains Colic The Coast Line Depleasure of stating that the half of Cholera ana uiarrnoea jxemeuy was troit Mich For sale by recommended and one bottle cured me I decided to try 125 E Fayette St Baltimore Md 018 F S N W Washington D O TO- J W Gayle it T soon noticed a chancre for tho better by its continued use a com Willow Valley plete cure was nrougnt auoui nnu 11 C L is now perfectly healthy via Stumptown Gilmer Bright are the flowers of spring BoggsFor sale 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