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It The GEO A VOL Frankfort Roundabout A WEEKLY PAPER LEWIS Publisher DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS SATURDAY Ill TERMS 100 In Advance NO 6 XXII IHIIHI FRANKFORT ICY IIIIH1 IIIBIIIMM OCTOBER 8 1808 dale city woman who attempts to refoun a quiet village and educate the people up to the latest fads of the The Jamesons in and its serial publica Â¬ tion will be commenced in the next issue of The Ladies Home Journal It will have Mr Alice Barber Stephens as its illustrator is called IMBIM itmiJlrr i ill fKor tlio Roundabout I ipeimission i Law Nature is the highest law Perfect true without a flaw Writ by hor almighty hand On the heavens sea and land Fading not with passing time Manifest in every clime Never changing holding fast Is to day as in the past Written in no printed book Yet iB road in every nook And that law of man which bends Otherwise than to hor eids Oouits destiuction and a curso From an angered universe II II F t Connnunicntetl The City vs the Stale S V fr During the excitement of the war we lost sight of the fact that another Frankfort boy was in the Navv besides those heretofore mentioned By a clipping from a Tampa Florida paper we learn that Paymaster Eugene Hall formerly of this city was in the hot little engagement be- tween the U S S Mangrove con verted yacht and the Spanish gun- Â¬ boat Herman Cortes in the harbor of 14 Caybein Aug wherein the Paymaster Cortes was captured Hall was conspicuous for his bravery Frankfort The Custodian of Public Buildings along with the other Americans Mr Hall has been ordered to tha was proceeding to repair and renew brick pavement in front of the Philippines for duty the Capital all the power he possessed When you call for DeWitts Witch under the law when he was served Hazel Salve the great pile cure dont Dont be with notice to hold up the work till accept anything else to accepting a substitute the authorities should determine the talked in for sores for burns Tyler for piles character of pavement to be con- Â¬ Hemphill 49 Of course he paid no at- Â¬ structed For Sale tention to the notice under advice of the Governor excel- Â¬ A gentle sound The Board of Commissioners of the lent for riding a9 bay horsedriving well as Feeble Mindcd Institute acting for Apply to Mrs Win B Rodman o tf the State and impelled by a law suit and an injunction offered to Wanted pay half the cost of a public sewer down East Main and East Market N depot streets to the inlet at L A white man to take charge of The Council declined the proposi- Â¬ gardens and cows on the shares Board and looms furnished tion 5 tt Miis Wm B Rodman The Commissioners then asked i fc That the relations existing between the city of Fiankfoit and the State should bo of the tuost cordial char Â¬ acter in view of the natiual and pei tinent wants of thecity is scaicely a debatable question It was said duiing the last Legis lature and admitted by some of our most prominent citizens that at that time the citizens exhibited a marked Indifference to questions of capital appropiiation1 and capital removal This with the action of our county Representative lost the best oppor- Â¬ tunity that has been offered for years of getting a liberal appropriation for completion of the capital building Lexington was prepared to move for such appropriation and Louisville stood ready to back it up But the day of opportunity was lost and instead a reactionary feel- Â¬ ing against Frankfort took its place a strong under current of hostility and few were found who were willing to say anything good for our city In this emergency the Common Council seems disposed to erect a hostile barrier between the State and Â¬ a twelve inch pipesfwer down the same route at State cost and to give the city fiee drainage for the damaging surface water of pike and sheet thecity not contributing one cent to its construction This permission was also refused unless the sewer was made a public sewer to be tapped by any one with the Councils permission This condition disastrous to the proper maintenance of the sewer could not be accepted by the Com Â¬ missioners So the State is shut out of a very leasonable privilege needed by it in a veiy giave emergency And jet our people will apply for a capital appropriation and oppose capital removal and the city will ak for an appropriation to pay half the cost of the brick street in front of the Capital grounds and for other favors How can they expect to get them when the city cieates obstruction tending to an unfriendly attitude The case 3eems to us hopeless Â¬ to build Royal makes the food pure wholesome and delicious Ohromc Dyspepsia Gured town It mi Absolutely Purs the country Correcting the Mistake POWDER Major John M Burke of Col W F Codys Wild West Show was in tho city Thursday for the purpose of correcting the statement that Col Cody was so ill as not to be able Col to travel with his gieat show Cody is well and hearty and exhibit- Â¬ ing every day Will Probated FTEB suffering for nearly thirty years irom ayspepsia Mrs 11 m Uugdalo wlfo of a Dromlncnt business man of Warsaw NY writes For 28 years I was a constant sufferer from dyspepsia and a weak stomach The lightest food produced distress causing severe pain and tho forma Â¬ tion of gas No matter how careful of my diet I suffered agonizing pain after eating I was treated by many physicians and tried numerous remedies without permanent help Two years ago I began taking Dr Miles Nerve and Liver Pills and Norvlne Within a week I commenced improving and per Â¬ sisting in tho treatment I was Boon able to eat what I liked with no ovil effects I keep them at hand and a simile doso dlsoels any oia symptoms Dr Miles Remedies ROYAL BAKINO POWDER CO NEW YORK - The will of the late Jerome Weit zel was probated Monday It was dated in 1890 and leaves everything Bears the oASToniA v9 Kmd Citizen he possessed to his wife Mrs Carrie Weitzel during her life At her death and arrival of his youngest child of age the estate is to be divided equally between his chil Yu Hava Always Bought dien How to Prevent Croup o Another Frankfort Boy Heard From There has never been and cannot be another exhibition no matter what it has been called that is in the remotest manner like Buffalo Bills Wild West and Congress of Rough Riders of the Woild There can be no description of it that does not give its every detail and that is a tack that ia too great to be undertaken in one newspaper article It must be seen to be understood and once seen and the oftener seen it is certain to bo appreciated when it is known that every Indian cowboy and sol- Â¬ dier is exactly what he lepresents himself to be Its absolute genuine- Â¬ ness is one of its greatest elements of attractiveness It should be seen by every child Frankfort Boy Promoted We learu from a circular from the companies that our young friend Mr Ben H Dudley has been ap Â¬ pointed agent for the White West Shore and Nickel Plate Lines at We have two children who are subject to attacls of croup When- Â¬ ever an attack is coming on my wife gives them Chamberlains Cough Remedy and it always prevents the attack It is a household necessity in this county and no matter what else we run out of it would not do to be without Chamberlains Cough Remedy More of it is sold here than any other cough medicines com- Â¬ bined J M Nickle of Nickle Bros merchants Nickleville Pa For sale by JaW Gayle Dr Goldstein Coming are sold by all drug gists under a positive guarantee first bottle benefits or money re funded Book on dis eases of tho heart and nerves free Address 5 h i Nervine IfTnntnra tWftWnaWW rtvarcn Slkhart Ind or Mlltf DR MILES MEDICAL CO THE HEHDERSOH HQDTE Dr Goldstein the eminent opti Â¬ BETWEEN cian of Louisville will be at the Capital Hotel Frankfort Ky Thurs- Â¬ day Oct 13th one day only If your Louisville Evansville St Louis eyes are troubling you now is the time to correct them with properly AND ALL POINTS adjusted glasses Delay is both costly I 6 2t and dangerous SOUTHWEST WEST NORTHWEST BEST LI3STE Try the Capital Steam Laun- Â¬ double The only dry for a clean shirt or collar daily trainsline running threewithout to Evansville 16 tf Telephone 17 change with high baok conches and ANNOUNCEMENT Louisville Ben is a hustler frem wayback and will make a number one agent His friends here rejoice to learn of his promotion Miss Wilkins New Serial is Humorous I Miss Mary E Wilkins new serial is tho humorous story of an up-to- - car The Earlor running two direct line to St double daily trains with high back seat coaches and Pullman sleepers through without N We are authorized to announce change Tickets on sale at L For information as Capt T J HARDIN of Owen office this city sleeping to rates route car booths county as a candidate for Congress N in this the 7th Congressional Dis- Â¬ etc call on A V Hite agent L trict subject to the action of the Re- Â¬ R R or address B L BRYANT publican party 49 tf TPA H 0 Moiidue Asst G P A il m Knln ri1nl V i E nX v palatable than white flour 3 tf M4 I mrinjxaruvuuiruxixruxjuuiruu 1 injiruxruiruiruu una iruuTJiruiruTruuutnjiruuTJiJvuirL BEGEM ruiruuirinnnJiJinjxrinruinjiruxrinjTJxririrLr rage IM VAJTV Best On Mans Shoe 350 Earth I O Kitties Si Thss handsome tabic Mahog Â¬ any inlaid top and shelf DP ruxrinruirinririri rmrinnnnnnnnnruTJuinruxnnnjirinr V II1 V V If V VAf VVHK3 JVJVtyHlt VflAJF TIB DP HMD i i i i Cp it CD v R Rogrs iTOiPffMHKlP ft HM sx OFFICE NEXT F C rflr i Youd rather lviy your Coal from a yard tljat takes paint to see that liothing hut tho host qualities are served to its customers Dissatisfaction is a stranger wouldnt you at this vyard and thoios a good reason for it Evory customer treated alike givon tho very host Coal carefully screened carefully weighed and promptly delivered A trial load lolls tho tale Sons H G i i i MATTEM 3E3B- - FREIGHT OFFICE ill Ar GAINES OLD STAND fh Jfk I ilWIr lflrirtr ilU ilV fciU A iflr fh tAi IW Jit ttk XU JriUnflf llVi Pi iiinltr 3E8LO1b30L t A m i i TELEPMONE Rr 100 4 334 MAIN STREET n A- rfir iitttU A rfh i iiflciMciHr iSf Bf Jr jjk iftr Jf iWr rWr aftr M FRANKFORT K m m ljyggiy 1 A o F HUDSON JR rlEGU pflliLi GOODS FALL HATS The latest shapes in soft and stiff 50 cents to 5 TwroxjiiiijijiiiMimiTsmnmujwuuiaw hliiimuju JJ 5 -- 4 i Merchant Tailoring New and desirable fabrics of the BONA i - latest styles and weaves now on Perfection in style Suits to fit and finish is my aim my counters Childrens Overcoats The nobbiest and newest styles 150 to 650 Oil Not bought from factories but Better my own manufacture goods for less money than you can get elsewhere My own make of suits 750 to 15 I order at all prices from 15 up For the Next THIRTY Days Will Offer THE RADIANT HOME AIE BLAST With XXth Century Fire Pot CALL AND SEE THE STOVE IN OPERATION AT MY STORE Cook and Heating Stoves jjt grrsatlsr rec3 uced prices tc ciat Stccln Tin and Iron Roofting and Guttering and Repair Work solicited sH PERSONAL Mr Mason Brown visited friends in Richmond Sunday Hon John Bennett of Richmond was in the city Sunday Miss Lizzie Pepper has returned from her European tour Mr Jack Fall of New Mexico is visiting Mrs S E James Hon Ohas Finley is speaking in different parts of the State Mrs Margaretta Barret went to Old Point Comfort on Saturday Mr Samuel Bennett visited rela- Â¬ tives at Richmond last week Mr John E Miles has returned from a business trip in Virginia Mr R R Donaldson of Hopkins ville spent Sunday in this city Mr J 0 Thompson of Lawrence burg spent Sunday in this city Mr Johnson Barrett is on a business trip to Cincinnati this week Mrs T L Edelen and children are visiting relatives in St Louis Mo Miss Ora Scottow has returned from a visit to friends at Eminence Miss Christine Bradley is visiting friends at her old home in Lancaster Mr Will T Lintlsev wife and son of Tryon N O are visiting in this Â¬ winter with her aunt Mrs L B Kohnle Mr C T Duvall of Peaks Mill was in the city yesterday Rev M B Adams and wife returned from Danville on Monday Miss Mattie Jones is visiting friends in Lexington and Georgetown Dr John L Long was called to Washington City on Thursday night Mrs G Finnic Graham of Owen county is visiting relatives in this city of Colorado Mr W J Chinn Springs Col is visiting his mother in this city Mrs C N Bolinger of Lewisburg 1UHBUII t uuiyr avjr id mo KuOOU w Rev M B Adams and wife Mr Ernest Hughes and wife of Louisville spent Sunday here the guests of his father MrW J Hughes Mrs T B Rodman and little daugh- Â¬ ter Miss Julia have returned from summering with relatives at Mt Sterling Mr Sylvester Labrot and wife of Louisville scent Sunday here as tne guests of hiB parents Mr L Labrob and wife Mrs Kate Mauer lias returned to Washington City after spending tho 8i8ter MrB Anna MATRIMONIAL GaEnEanaEnnannnanaoanannnnnn naEaEBEananaBnEnBaEBEjjania Gibsox Thosjon Church At the Forks I on Wednesday last Mr Joshuti Gibson and Miss Cynthia J Thomson were married by Rev Rufus W Weaver Baker Guntkr On Wednesday evening Oct 5 at the Christian Eta parsonage Mr John R Baker and nn Miss Sallie G Gunter both of this Bia county were married by Rev Geo en Darsie gu IThe Time II X3Iigrli Has Arrived -X-o- -r I gg Qn Gta g To prepare for Fall aud we are equal to the occasion adhering to our long eslahlished principle of ga You will find our stock complete in all lines Every day is Bargain Day during this season Thompson - Barbour At the EQ Baptist parsonage on Wednesday na afterno0l Mr jonn MThompson na TVfoffSo AT Giaalit3r DRY ZEPrices ea aa n3 EH TlorKn nf Ed Peaks Mill were married by Rev M B Adams 2 ca I3Q Our assortment of S3 We always name tne lowest prices rirosB rinnrla Tifirlips nnrl nhiLlrnne Trl rfc rmrl fnno ic DQ w wwvw vwv xw We offer One Hundred Dollars Re nm waid for any case of Catarrh that can- oa tne grandest ever snown at tne low prices E3 not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure HOWo THIS CO v v Â¬ E3 ca BO GOODS t an P J CHENEY do O Props Tole- Â¬ BLANKETS SHOES Wo the undersigned have known I ell J Cheney for tho last 15 years and be Hove him perfectly honoiable in all ESI buBiiieaa transactions able to carry out any obligations made Flannel and Woolen Soods in all quality Canton Man- - nels and Domestics in lower prices than any house ca Eia EQ vanueneer v hr WesS bam city Mrs Margaret for Texas where she will reside in future Mr E Tutt Burnam visited rela tiveRat Richmond his old home on Sunday Mr John T Gray of Louisville spent Siuulnv here the guest of Judge W II Sneed Mr Rnlph Holden who is attend ing Georgetown Collego spent Sun day in this city Misses Katie and Sue Overton woie guests of Miss Mary Bullock In Lex ington this week Mis Sallio Allon of Lawronceburg who has been visiting friends hero has returned home Miss Ruby Duvall Gatowood of Geoigotown is visiting ner sister Mrs A L Coloman MissJanio Dehoney attended tho Oulbertson Stovenson wedding in Covington on Saturday Mis Geoige Gardner of George Â¬ town spent the week in this city the guest of Miss Francis Wolf Col Tom Rodman attended n meet- Â¬ ing of the Trubtees of Georgetown College in that city Saturday Miss Mary Uttorbnolc has returned from a visit to relatives at Webb City and other points in Missouri Miss Annie Coleman haB gone to Forth Worth Texas to spend tho Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SafTell left Tuesday oa Ladies Custom made genuine Don- is u goia oiioe ut txuu wijjuii ia uupur- lting relatives nally acting dliectly upon the blood ca allelled in value and our Calf returned homo finrlTniinuH surfaces of the bvstem iU Lino of Mens Shoos at 2 is the Mr George Gardner Miss Dobbio n oiu11oy uu tv uiug jsj Gardner and Miss una Wolf of rice J0 P01 ottie fiee Our line of hest over offered npnrrrotown snent SlUldav heretho tfists Testimonials gjjj heavy ov er day wear is complete liuirs ilimuy fiws are niu ueat guests of Miss Frances Wolf Ka You should see our Ladies Kan- Mrs Mahlon M Ohewfneo Buckley County Convention of Cleveland Ohio who has been vis aa Karoo Calf Shoes iitHiiiiyn Mi Toledo O Mr John B Weitzel and family of Walding Kinnan Tmux Wholesale Druggists Marvin Whole- - Wo have over made footwear a lending feature of our ca E3 DI 3 3 stock and this season is no exception In fact wo have a E3 ujij uj nuru lor u muuui mivo iiu ii4u u- - jjiuyioia iuiuuU juiu Hulls Jatiirrh Cuio is taken inter V ca ua en 11 Â¬ iting her father Mr John T Buck ley in this city has returned home Mr Landon AThomas and family nf A ncTiiHtn flii who have been vis iting his mother in this city for sev Â¬ The Republican County Conven tion wub held on Monday lust at tho ap- - Â¬ via K3 aMaoofMBiimMaM Delegates were eourthoiiio B8 pointed lo MM th IMmcrndond Lowest and highest quality uu ttti which muun ikto Mr L B Kohnle wife and daugh- - Convention tor Miss Sadie of Port Worth Texas next Wednesday October 12 They who have been visiting relatives instructed to vote as a unit fov Whenever vou buy a Suit or here for several week have returned of fum i Overcoat from us you know it is all Capt Thos nom0t This season you can gut Mrs S J Thompson of Dixon and county Da right vaskt 1 Mrs Jonn lMuuiHon oi luorgaiuowii e Miss Maria Llncley will return SB well mado and nicely trimmed wvSJSa o no riioH Q nf tiioh naronts Jndcro B City October first and Sg Clothing less than ovor Have you L D GufTy and wife on Wilkinson from Atlantic rtMiiwd her lessons in music street gfj ovor worn Dutchess Trousers Try B2 U1 Mr Richard Morris has gone on a g a pair Wo give a warranty with business trip through the western Co havo moved to 11 J Nickles No rips no falling States Nebraska Minnesota Iowa the Duvall Duilding opposite court Â¬ k ovory pair y6T ua and Missouri Ho will bo gone for house with a now fall Hue of dry Bin buttons several weeks 3 lm goods mid clothings KSX Mrs T P Taliaferro and two llJ Change of Quarters daughters tho family of tho now Methodist minister arrived In this eJKal city on Thursday and aro now comThe Blue Crass Grocery Co havo no fortably fixed at the parsonage removed to tho Duvall Block op ESTABLISHED 1877 Fresh goods S3 vposlto Court house Itoomr nn Baxters Dental Dr EISgSSSSEiBiSSSSeSEiQOESSSggl Main street opposite Opera IIous lowest prices eegeSSSSESESSEiSSSiSeSESSS i 1 Boots In All Styles Kl4lfS WA rrn WAW h Â¬ - 29 tf IF ltf M J V Mum1 Ji JtrHmvmsrK ujuu3umejxm jui MiLUJCxunmJLU JjJJJt n ti in jmipiiwiiria HllLJJMJII IIJLIJULUUmiMJIJJB RDCJmiUXEZKtB 3K3IS3BSSE9ESB3a9BE3SE3BE9lE3e9Bf3IS3Sg9 Hum bis s all kinds HE ffiL we wain Tom Ef Soiling First Class Goods al iBf 1 Very Lowest Prices Ladies Misses and How must wo got it and how shall wo retain your custom and your There is only one way confidence after getting it Childrens Capes and ill K Prices Thobeat all wool 10 460 12i oxtrn size 175 full size gray nnd 58S 1 white 160 10 gtny nnd white 150 2 COMFOHTS 76c 1 812ft 1 IIP 10 1 tfJam 0 Jackets EfllHE Â¬ Satisfaction given or money refunded Our motto and instruction is We Treat all Customers Aliko With Kindness and Politeness believe tho good times have come to stay arid wo anticipate a f I W Jjft -- I MM mjr g ui mmvs 8 js flllll Liarfge Hra 000 pall Business AVe We do not like to brng tui if wo can not show you tin1 ohoaperit ih well as tho largest and handsomest line of clonks in Frankfort wo will give you one free SEE OUR GREAT VALUES AT 118 have the most beautiful and thewvery largest selection of Fall and Winter Just Try One Pair of Our Almoore 58 wsft Mffifel j OloaKs m Noiions ti WKh IK X WSft I 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 Hoards llnskets and Books Kid Gloves thpv do not irivo satisfac Vo tion a new pair or your money back have other good ones nt 35 cents nnd 1 C- - Ladies good ileeced ribbed vesta 25 dozen nt 20 cents 60 dozen at 25 fonts Oar 25 cent line can give you veatH nnd pants Full line of union suits and all The best 15 wool medicated underwenr and 25 cent hosu on earth Affti2r Tf 2K TDK Weitzel - a ODonnell toe CORSETS Wfl keen all the best makes nhd sell them right EmfflBBeai M m Y M C A Day I I v v i ii h i The arrangements for the observ- Â¬ ance of Sunday in tho local churches and Association as a special Y M O A Day mention of which was made in last weeks issue are now com- Â¬ pleted and every feature of the days program promises to be exceedingly interesting and profitable Tho gen- Â¬ tlemen whohave kindly volunteered to come from Louisville and Lexington and assist in tho various ser- Â¬ vices of the day are not only pleasing and effective speakers but also experienced and energetic workers in the Young Mens Christian Association and their addresses ought therefore to be heard by every one interested in the welfare of the young men of our city These visiting brethren have been invited by the pastors to speak at the regular church services 11 a m as follows Mr Archibald AHill of Louisville at Southern Presbyterian Church Rev A T Robertson D D of Louisville at Baptise Church Mr John L Wheat of Louisville at Methodist Church - Mr Henry 15 Rosovoar of Louis- Â¬ ville at First Presbyterian Church J AStucky M D of Lexington at Christian Church At 330 p m a grand rally for men only will bo held in the Y M O A Mr II E Rosovear will gymnasium have charge and a stirring address A Question Without An Answer will bo given by Dr J A Slucky a physician prominent Lexington Special musical program ProfWay land Graham will preside at piano Violin solo by Mr Louis Harris Selection by male quartette A mass meeting all churches uniting will bo conducted at 730 p in in the Baptist Church Brief talks Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ by visiting speakers and other ex- Â¬ ercises In many respects this will be the most interesting service of the day and while members aro urged to be present yet let it be clearly un- Â¬ derstood that all citizens of Frankfort will be heartily welcomed No collection will bo taken for tlie Y M 0 A at any of the services Because of the evening union ser- Â¬ vice at which ladies as well aa gen- Â¬ tlemen are cordially invited to at- Â¬ tend the holding of a special womans meeting in the afternoon as first announced is deemed inadvisable Â¬ You Selected Your For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears Signature lew Fall Costume Yet ofW If it Half Rates to Chattanooga via Southern Railway Every honso leaders among the importers and manufacturers cannot get tirst choice We do get it A point well worth re membering when you start out to get that new dress We are ready with the very handsomest things that our Dress Goods buyer could seek out and he stands very close to tho On account of the Annual Conven- Â¬ tion of theChristian ChurchDisciples Cape a is of Christ and Auxiliary Convention en o sf as a to be held at Chattanooga Tenn Three Doctors in Consultation LOctober 13 to 21 1898 tickets will be sold at the rate ot one lare tor the Exclusive nobby things the very cream of the choicest styles round trip from all stations on From Benjamin Franklin shown in New York City this season and it is no ninry to Southern Railway in Kentucky pay one cent extra for these si yletCome and eo our lino When you are sick what you for all Tickets will botore you buy like best is to be chosen for a medi Â¬ October 10th to be soldinclusive trains 13th final cine in the first place what exper- Â¬ October 24thJ18J8 Two fast ience tells you is best to be chosen in limit trains each way to Chattanooga the second place what reason i e dailyfurther information call on nearTheory says is best is to be For agent Southern Ry chosen in the last place But if you est ticket WMVrT T AYLOE can get DrInolinationDr Experi Â¬ Asst Genl Pass Agent ence and Br Reason to hold a con- Â¬ sultation together they will give you the best advice that can be taken i JL When you have a bad cold Dr For the speedy and permanent cure of Â¬ Tnclinntion would recommend Cham 311 berlains Cough Remedy because it tetter salt rheum and eczema Cham is pleasant and safe to take Dr Ex Â¬ berlains Eye and Skin Ointment is perience would recommend it because without an equal It relieves the itch JE 50 YEARS and smarting it never fails to effect a speedy and ing continued use almost instantly and EXPERIENCE its effects a permanent permanent cure Dr Reason would cure It also cures itch barbers itch recommend it because it is prepared scald head sore nipples itching RAILWAY on scientific principles and acts on chapped hands chronic sore eyespiles and lungs granulated lids natures plan in relieving the IN KKNTU KY opening tho secretions and restoring to a natural and healthy bclicaulo tu etloct May t 180S the system Dr CadVs Condition- - Powders for condition For sale by J V Gaylo horses are the best tonic blood purifier Trade Marks Designs NolJ No 5 No X and vermifuge Price 25 cents Soldby JM STUOUN V Lv Lojlvllle V0un Tuiiii ijpm c Copyrights nmy Terrible Storm Gayle Ar SholbvvlUo J W Gayle and LeCompte iTpm uvim ft SfcMiir iln a sketch anil description Anviwr Â¬ going to be new Coat or well be real stlisb i - us it might Â¬ Quality Always the Best Prices the Lowesi iseases Â¬ JLJ JUL X Dry Goods Emporium Broad way 5Ui Zivl I WZ Â¬ isSjIIEl qulcM n Co 31 ly I 1 w A terrible storm raged along the Georgia and South Carolina coast on Sunday commencing at oclock that morning and continuing until G30 oclock that evening Great damage to property resulted though happily but little loss of life oc5 Ai Ar BUCKLENS ARNICA SALVE Jl kexluifton LJrencebg Versilllcs nsjiiouso 10h5im Viani 0 iiu Utfpmiwirn II15 5tJHll curred Your Have Left Us The best salve in the world for Ar Verzrillov Ar Lurern cuts bruises sores ulcers salt rheum Ar Shelbyllle fever sores tetters chapped hands Ar LouisvlUo chilblains corns and all skin erup Â¬ TiairibNos 2 unci il curry Free Observi tions and positively cures piles or no tlon Chair Cars pay required WKSTUOUNU It is guaranteed to EASTUOUMI give perfect satisfaction or money re- No iaNo It statvns N IUMNoll funded Price 2o cents per box For ioHnii 7 lOnmjLv lout il Ari 7vjmiUiRVm iltipm Osriam Ar LnrncbrffAr fi pni HSoim lo iy sale by J W Gayle 4 lopm 736am XJupm lu I3uni 1 Â¬ Lv Luxfritftou Nu I No 3 4 Winn m M irvani b ilium sMMiin Hm iVuin1 lifcipm yS7imi 0 lupm iiil in ja im 760pm o a No 0 n our opinion free whether au Invention h pnwnbly patentable Communica- Â¬ tions itrictlyeintlilentlnl Handbook on Patents Oldost agency for securtnjj patents aont free Co receive Patents taken through Munn special notice without cliuno mtno It handsomely illustrated weekly Larcest clr culatlon of any sclonttUn 3 iiirnal Terms SJ a four months 1 Sold by all newsdealers A MUNM8Co36tBfoadNewYork Uranch Ollice t2 V St Washington U C I Your dootor knows all about foods and modioinea The next timo vou see him just ask him what ho thinks Doctor Knows Emulsion t of scons j 4 JP phosphltos We aro willing to trust in his answer For twontv flve vears doc tors havo prosoribod our Emulsion for paleness weak Â¬ ness nervous exhaustion and for all diseases that oause loss in flosh j Its creamy oolor and its pleasant taste make it es neoiallv useful for thin and delloato ohildren No other nrenaratlon of ood-llvor oil is like It Dont lose flmfi nnd rink vour health bv taking something unknown and untried Koop in mind SCOTTS thatstood tho EMULSION test for a has quarter of a oontury SCOTT Soc of Cod Liver Oil with Hypo- - Mrs T M Turner who has been here closing up the affairs of the Old Dudley Institute has returned to her old homo in Virginia but later will join Prof Turner in Fitzgerald Georgia where ho is engaged in a largo school In tho removal of this most estimablo couple from the city Frankfort suffered a great loss especially that portion of tho city in which they lived for they were most excellent neighbors kind and con- sitlorato and tho many friends tboy left herowill ever bo glad to hear of their prosperity in tho future Attention Try Miles whole wheat Hour 8 735pm lt5iamAr ArIluiodbbAr Bmgln Lvi iiipml 72oiim tf wEsrnouNU KA3TUOIINU 08 No No ISitNo 07 STATIONS 75Jpm 7 luun Lv Louisvll Ar 1055am lOSpm O Ptmi Mtepm O lWamiAr ShelbvllAri l27nm 115pm iin3pnrl0l0umiAr Ver lles Ar 16to KASTUOUNU - limits several acres suitable tor garden or Â¬ STATIONS lNo 0 No ii chard and dwelling thereon can be routed at tNo I tNl S reasonable terms Apply to 740am 405pm Lv Lonlhvll Afl0S5uni 75 ipm K MWALLACF lllnn lllllnn lv Vilrwllnw A 1 liifiiamK 50 1111 No 1239 Main Street lrankfort Ky lluim 7i5pm ArNrehlvill Ar ll 5 lm m FARM OF ABOUT 80 ACRKS EAH CITY 7 IDUIl lanm Uhlam Ar Midway Ar I3 IU 15pm lU5pmAr Oeorgtn Lvl 71vun3ixpm WESTITOUNU 8ann u Lv Louisville A is rpnissr k STATIONS I llin tZm No I No nPA IK Al nlS a ESI -- rLox ng toil and liooj all druggists BOWNIi ChemUts New York 1HHBf f JMitov of the lioumlubout WodOftiro to call the attention of tho Sunday school workers of tho city and county to tho fact that Rev AVm Crowo jr has been duly ap Â¬ pointed to and has accepted the Presidency of tho County Associa tion work Any assistanco which vou may bo able to render him will no duly appreciated by him and us Tho co operation of all schools of is urgently re Â¬ all denominations quested as this is an iutoidonomi national work Respectfully JO A Fox Gonl Sec Ky S S Association Â¬ m Ar Ar Ar Ar Wo offer our laro miw and pinning mill at Ar the toot Fomtti htivot boutli Side together with the lot uion which the buildings stand for Ar Ar baU at u bargain Ar TIih lunation is n hpleudld one lor a distillery or Lv ot uu kind ninmilttclmlnK establishment Ar DUMliANMCOL Ar Oct llhj lui rranUfort Ky Ar FOR SALE Jiu4honUln CliutUHioogu Aslioville Savuunah KnuwlIU 74 m JMium BIipm 5 TO pi ii 7 1 i loam Ailuuiu Muiou Juolhonvlllo jj 7Wriu 7 lopi i ii j iHn Kansas City Montana Colorado wjopm 50ihim II UUt1 8 Uinu iMa biu un li Pacific Coast Utah Washington Omaha II Q Blue Grass Nurseries FALL--189- S ltlimlngham Meridian Nmv Orlouiii No I unrrles Free hilr Lomsvllle to LiXtiUion there eontuvtimt wlm su i Vntl I ucc 1 rain 11eunvuw throurit Iullmaii Sleep tu rmunrliaiu Meiulla iiin tNew Or iir lo Iimim uUo ui ittuei eloe cuniietloa nt Ihutu ihm lor Atluuui uwoa Jajiuoiiville u d fhnttnnooa er Upiu iiiain 113 pm II loiui i5om lai ium lOaium io o m St Paul Nebraska Black VIA Hills No Scarries Ihillmui Huper Louisville to ChaltuuiMii and lirmnuauii uUo Luxhu luii to JiuKMKi villi via UoiSprttiKi Aslwvlllo und iullmaii Union bleepjr Luxingtou to Nun liriiuMMck St Louis or Chicago SLEEPERS T Jrleuiu Even thing for Oiehanl Iiumi and iardeu Fruit and mnamuntnl tines shtuhs iosus luus small fruits rhulmrti asimrauus and all othur Htoclc grown In iuuiiloi Illces reasonable us DoMirlntlvo ojitalogne 01 mi employ no agents 11 r application to lllhlKNMKYKll Ttilephouu U70 Iuxlugton Ky Oct WJiu tDnlly except suiuUy A WllKliON FSaANNiNlWVlaM U Wiwhlnitinu roulsvlllo lTA Ky STMn PTA Ky Ivxhitftou J M WATUItKUlA Wubhlugton O a WitHhlugtea OO WMlITAV10KAa PA Louisville Ky a CuilT M VESTIBULE TRAINS DINING GARS CHAIR GARS 3EATS FREE M RUQQ TRAV PA99n AOeNTST LOUI8MO HOWARD ELLIOTT QCNL MQR 8T LOUIS MO lWWAKCLEYaeNLPASSRAQTSTLOUI8MQ i iifrt rntiffiiiiiw wifriin in ifrh---iiiirT- t - - - yHyjyu 1 IS Tie FfanKfort noimflatiQut Entered at pnstointM os sesontt cliis Mm rx y ax wry sy vx v vtr w w vy w vs 3Z3ZSZ5Z3ZWW3tt3 WyswyjLvrw all at VrankfortKcntuokj nmlhblc mutter I HAVE BARGAINS FOR THE PUBLIC -- GEO A LEWIS Editor FIUNKFORT and Pub Harchvnro Lime Harness Ccmottl ir OCTOBKU 8 1818 Piaster Glass ePiiri h Plaster ITnir Hmslies Wheels Wiro Fencing Shorwin Pniiits Letul Oils Williams Mixscl Visits Home Heading Jr Thifcl Kentucky Volunteer now stationed at Lexington was at homo Thurs day This is his first visit homo since his enlistment Mr Will T The Street Fair Jt1 Mliwii Iron Spokes Wagons Steel Roofing Doors Whips Tin Crockery AVaro Kims Agents for Favorite Flirnaccts Peerless Engines Siul Hunting Goods - Â¬ Leather Cartridges Pumps Thresh ors Belting Onus Wall Paper c Prof E T Siimon the organizer and manager of street fair hns been in the city tills week trying to ar November A Â¬ range for a street fair He proposes do have the fair the first week in Block of Business Houses to os tSA3ZjZztzs the young mans injuries after lie came home sjtej v jCaiii and St Olsiir streets COLLINS ROYHL MILL -- I 230 220 210 2 Messrs Fined Brothers have com Â¬ Good News menced the erection of a frame bus iness house on their lot on the west The school children will he glad to side of Bridge street and will shortly know that Tuesday next Buffalo follow it up with several more of the Bill Day will he a holiday and they same kind will not have to attend school So they can get ready to see the big Gone to Their Farm show Mr George H Watson and family Contract Let have removed to their new home at famous Bopquo Bonita near VerThe Board of Prison Commission- Â¬ where ers have let the contract for remodel- Â¬ sailles Woodford county they will reside in future Were ing the dining room in the local gret to lose thee popular people prison to Mr S U Cryer of this from our city and congratulate city for 4nuo Woodford county upon having no Mr Le O lerwarth is the architect acquired them who drew the pliiti- Â¬ Jlfef v -- CASH QUOTATION - Js a U i PT tVL jj- JROYATj QUEIDN - Lafayette Day Fine Corn Ociober 19 has been designated as Â¬ i Lafayette Day and the school chil- dren all over the country will have exercises appropriate to the occasion to keep alive the memory of this grand old patriot The ceremonies look to aiding in the erection of a monument to Gen Lafayette Appropriate ceremonies at our city schools Court Day Sales Mr II G Davis made the follow- Â¬ ing sales of stock on Monday county court day 112 stock ewes at 150 each 5 stock ewes at S2S0 each 1 Jersey milch cow 32o0 1 Durham milch cow 1250 1 Jersey steer 2 ii Jeisey steers atlGG each 2 Jersey steers at 1850 each 1 weanling calf 19 1 Ma W T Gorhum of Stamping Ground brought us a sample of fine corn on Mord ly which he says was grown on one of the poorest farms iu that region One ear had 19 rows one 22 rows and one 24 rows of corn each and every row full with well developed grains Major Gorham says the crop in th it neighborhood will be the bejtfor many years as the good ground hns produced equally as well in propor- Â¬ tion as that from which this corn came To Exceptional interest attaches to the Hungarian CJkos witlfBuffnlo Bills Wild West They are descendants of the Huns heicditury to the cattle herders from the plains of Hungary who in coicqueheeof the marvelous service of their ancestors as flying ea airy men have by royal edict enjoyed the rights and exemptions of the minor nobility ever since IGOo Very picturesque felfows they are daring riders gallant lighters and wild as hawks Until they started to come here they had never seen railway cars and the new world is as full of themes for amazement to them as it is to the most savage of the red men Best Patent Flour per hundred 2nd Patent Flour per hundred DAISY Funiilv Flour per hundred FANCY Low Grade Flouivpur hundred Corn Meal per bushel Corn per bushel SliipstufF per J 00 lbs Custom grinding Wheat and Corn a Specialty f - 00 00 50 70 - L B WeisenburgSs Proprietor Yards It is the nearest m Frankfort Kentucky TjyrrrrwyryvfrrTr Offer Superior Advantages to Shippers Yards have been enlarged re built re arranged point to eastern markets tsbiirg Genlral Sloe SSo XjIBESVPS 1 M DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve has the largest sale of any salve in tho world This fact and its merit has led dishonest people to attempt to counterfeit it Look out for the man who attempts to deceive you when you call for DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve the great pile cure Tyler 49 Hemphill BEST DISTRIBUTION POINT EAST OP CHICAGO For Baltimore Washington Philadelphia and New York markets Good buyers for export cattle and other stogk always in attendance Commission firms give prompt attention to consignments O H ALLERTON JR Superintendent Sept 10 3m ZJZZSE2SZEZ22325ZZS 2SSZiS2S2SZS2i3SSZSSS2SZSsd Deliver an Address QHEAP ICES Ppoot ti A Yarn Throughout The story has gone out from Kansas City Mo and tlown all over the country that Col W P Cody Buffalo Bill wil not be with his show next Tuesday because of sick- Â¬ ness This is a MISTAKE and is NOT THCE Col Cody WILL BE HEBE lie was temporarily under the weather from overheat but is now well and hearty again and is giving personal exhibitions every day as usual He will be here SURE At Home Again The Second District Educational Association of Kentucky will hold a meeting at Madisonville Hopkins county Friday and Saturday October 28th and 2th A splendid pro Among gram has been arranged those who will take part in the work is Prof Mellenry IthOads of this city Jle is down for an address and his on Saturday afternoon subject will lie What Have We D ne an educational review of tho State We have no Ipubt that thoo who attend will have a rich treat Â¬ Â¬ or 30 cents a quart at Abler Klarens St Clair The best Ice Cream and Sherfoert at 1 per gallon 5 rldlltl dilll UlUdll DdidlflS 3R street Pea Ridge tired from Business Sale of the POTfER GO Carried Down Stream s32f3QiO career spurring all his energies to accomplish some criticalpassaRe in his business journey suddenly finds his health Kivmg way ana Â¬ crossing some difficult place in his working When a man Engineer T Fred Carter with the rank of Lieutenant U S Navy was in the city on Thursday and made us a pleasant call Lieut Carters family are staying luenr Spring Station and he is visiting there He was on board the U S S Brooklyn in the Santiago battle and gives thrilling accounts of how the thing was done Every one remembers that the Brooklyn was hit thirty live times by the Spanish shells but Lieut Carter says not a single shell pierced the armor plates of our vessels Â¬ time when the marvelous rejuvenating properties of Dr Pierceu Golden Medical Discovery will prove an unfailing means of rscue and FURNISHED BY GLOVER As DURRETT restoration LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE It is a very simple though eminently scientific medicine It is not a mere stimulant like so many malt extrncts It reSalos on our niarkot for tho week stores healthy power by reviving the in just closed amount to 1341 hhds with nermost sources of vitality in the nutritive receipts for tho same period of 290 system It enables the digestive and blood making organism to manufacture hhds Sales on our market since Jan good blood abundantly and rapidly so uary let amount to 85012 hhds Sales that the immense waste of tissue and nerve of tho crop of 1890 on our market to fiber entailed by hard labor is offset by this date amount to 70290 hhds a speedy upbuilding of fresh energy and The market this week remains strength practically unchanged as compared Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 0Sg0J swept out of the saddle by the current feels himself swift running of diseasethen is the Â¬ Arm Broken Master breaking hh right arm Master Rodger has been very unfortunate in this respect us he fell from a pile of Jumbor at the saw mill of Messrs Dunigan it Nicol und broke tho same arm In another place summer The quick constipation before last Dr EE llumeattended Pierces Pleasant Pellets boa been attending school in Louisville was exorcising upon a horizontal bar in the gymna Â¬ sium of tho Y M L A iu that city on Tuehdaywhen he slipped and foil Assistant Stato II Johnson who Rodger Johnson Auditor son Frnk cf thirty one 31 cents in stamps for The Peoples Common Sense Medical Alviserki cloth bind- Â¬ ing With this pittance for so valuable n work truly a Rift to the public I must express my high appreciation of the vast ninount ofgoou that you liave rendered the public A correct measure of your usefulness never has been ami tiever will be estimated by the public no not even by the multitude of afflicted humanity that has been relieved and cured by your medi- Â¬ Whcreyer I go or have been iu the cines United States I find persons who have used and are using Or Im rces medicines with satisfac- Â¬ tion for all conditions for wlirih they are recom Â¬ mended Never hns one spoken dfsparagiiigly of their action uud fiom having seen so often their good effects I nm ntso enthused with con- Â¬ fidence iu their action in ense nud conditions for which they are recommended It is not common for regular phyhiciatis to endorse and recommend proprietary medicines but in this case I have no equivocation or hesitancy iu so doing cure Never gripe A prominent and venerable Illinois physician D V Vowles M D of Fowler Adntns Co I send herewith writing to Br Pierce says whovnro the largest tluulers in musical ii BrumentR iu tho world bought thb Lyon Potior Cos htock consisting of hundreds of piano- at a fraction of their coet These pianos occupy four full floors in tho Lyon Potter iramonso mtisio storu Tho new Rtoinway upright i and unity grands and olhor high grade in Htrument aro ofTuiert at from 100 to 0 leas than curiuut values At IhU special Im lei am novr mnking in Frankfurt for a few diijfl I will sell you new Up Â¬ with last week The ofterings havo right Pianos your neighbor liuo been small and the percentage of re- jiiHt paid 100 for i0 200 Pianos for 125 thoso they paid W0 for 20 150 jections quite largo Occasional 50 for 35 t0 Pianos sales of good leaf were made at prices Pianos for 100100 100 Piauoa for 75 75 Pmnos tor Organs for 75 nuw 90 Organs for 70 new rf6 OrgmiH for J5 for 25 Now ranging from 14 to 1750 SS7K tfRH Klriollv litirli irrnln iirniiii- u- Ural HO - IllllIi j wjj The following quotations fairly iiiiui it rinrfiiw fnr ftO linui Y flrirutia fur huw 15 A guarantee will bo Organs eveiy rospuot Now represent our market for hurley to olass instruments iu Piano or Organ such hh70any bank for your oounty will approve given with every new in baoco 1896 crop Kiniembfcr the above low prices can only bo had lor u short time as my atayin Trash dark or daw age d Old Pinuca and Organs taken in trade for new Pianos Call on 4 0095 r0 Frankfort is limited tobacco Hours from 0 to 9 Common Oolory 5 60 7 00 me or drop me a lino for illustrated catalogues sent free Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mr Oscar Graves of Elmville visited his father Mr James J raves gap gg egjle H this week Mr John Pierce of Jacksonville is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Isham Pierce jsPfxnftyrfffrEMB f B A wedding will take place here in ITj l 77 the near future It is such an intense secret that nothing may besaid about it except that the young lady is one of the loveliest girls and the groom is handsome and ambitious Ml Sam Tracys house is rapidly nearing a finish Mr Bulfin of Uhrlstiansburg vis- Â¬ ited relatives here this week Miss Ida San ford is tho guest of Miss Hallie Flynn this week A gentleman from D C Crutcher Cos visited our school this week LYON TOTTER CO wore for and made the children happy by Wealern KeprotutHtive giving to each of them a tablet and Sloinway Sona for oiht j enrH which fact explains the liiph pencil chnraoter of their piano btoek Ljoii is Honly of Clrcngo III LOUISVILLE TOBACCO A1ARKET Â¬ I LTDI I IM S BBilT Of Prmriite Extreme Interest to Pinrio Purchasers 4 1I V- - Medium to good oolory trah Common lugs not oolory 7 00 8 00 Common Oolory lugs Medium to good oolory 10 00 lugs Common to medium loaflO 007 14 000 Medium to good leaf 10 000 Doctor Good to lino loaf trash 7 00 10 00 9 00 10 50 13 00 14 00 IU 00 18 00 20 00 S B KIRTLEY Any Factory Agent 4 Care of HOUND ABOUT Frankfort Ky t havo a full and complete description of the Lyon Potter Stock Send for it instrument in this stock will be placed in your liome on tiial and if not sutis faoiory will be removed nt my expense Selector wrappery 18 00 N 5 iiiiMiiniMw 41 J I II in IHUIIII llllimillllWIllWUMH v Himiuyrcounty on last oiiiurunyi 11 11 f nlf nUoi n trrmf rlmi Honouring for tho important posi Â¬ tions Ham Snook Enos Wiido and Win Lea were elected an trustees Ham is experienced and is calculated DISEASED MEN to stand tho censure he will receive Mrs Marthn Facker has u new res lYflnii r Ampvictfa Xational A7HUSG- m KVBn DAV pJ nu n sotr5K n nmn n n i j Ksq rarau mi v irmnn iini idence in course of erection s rl mnit biw r a means he 1 WlUU illi 1 ill 6 UliU U llulll Ul iJllli t nJUtl Kit J show that W F Clark of Benson has tho con WA nmt Mrnrnn VUV ATMHNT original with Dm K A K will IOfl- tract With now buildings good Uvrly euro toio er tiny mnn 01 Jui roads fine pcoplo Ac why not real Bexunl lltome It la tho remit of u0 estate take a boom years experience In tho troatmcut of thoio 11ecu0 We are authentically informed that our friend and good free silver man WE CURE SYPHILIS L P Crtnun is discussing tho prop Thla torrlblo Blood 1oleon tho torror osition of moving to Tiimble county of mnnklnil jlcldo rcndlly to our NLW TKUATMliVl Uownro of Mercury soon Now Lewis you had better lotuili etc lhcy may ruin your ryatcm stay here and watch me Uncle Isaiah infns in tho joint soro thront hijlr or Wade and Ed Stivers run a foot race cyobrowi fiillinK out jdmnlcdor blotches Price of ad is somebodys crimo if nil the some time next spring It ptomncii iicranKcniem rata u mission lot No one admitted unless ncho etc you lmo tho Fccoudiuy stnRO children do not see it is the terse lie comes himself u U1CUW HI HUH J1IUUII n1titrtn nnaod n ml nlllllOtlffO ItlO way ti lending Brooklyn editor calls world for n cuf o wo nccejit for treatment What has become of Prof Ira Attention to the excellence of the Doddrige Green I never read any Â¬ and cunuot cure Jiy our xrcauuuui ju ulcora heal tho hair grows nRiyn pains Buflnlo Bill Wild West Show which thing from or ibout him I dont iHsappoiir tho kln becomes healthy ana marriiuo is nossiblo and eafc Oct suppose he has gone on ana got mar will be given here on Thursday an 11 It was a trite saying and u true ried or I itwould have noticed Fun ac Â¬ S CURES GUARANTEED or of nml mlilillnncnfl mi one The how is more than a cir Â¬ count other in the Budget of leading periodical some monhmo their vicor nmUitality rnppcd cus for while it amuses it also in- Â¬ by cany nbiiFOS later oscosneg miumi Under tho personal Command and Participation of Wilson says that he is getting too worry etc No matter tho cause our This year structs It isedueationaj Vo not con- Â¬ fat to fight Corbett and will rlinl PrnntmnntiS tho rcfUKC F GODY COL there arc many new features One sent unless I hell him out by WECUREMPOTENCY j To arouse the patriotism of tho j I thank you for the exhibition consists of a stupendous reproduction hitting him the first lick knocking in tinrmnl Condiof the Custer battle and massacre on him as cool as a cucumber and then 14 tion nsfnm nil unrta anda onormr aro ro--- 1 neonlo and inspire tho military in tho name of rav children and Ambition lifo Big Horn which will be lin will trv him tho second roundis ono fcola himsolt a man A nnweil and Gun W T the Little spirit in tho youth of the land grandchildren You bet that man you call Wilson amoDi men Lvory cuso la treated indilong lemembered vidually no cure all henco our wonderbaa stutt when no gets man out we nnl cause them to omuhito tho Sherman you No matter what alia ful succc always find him in a good humor Wo can fur consult us confidentially bravo deeds of bravo men it is a It is somebodys crime if all the Stringtown nifh bank bonds to Ruarantco to nccomThe Come Observer Lieutenant children do not see it real institution plisli wuat wo claim Catch em M Sohofield Great Editor Murat Halstead General John Hot days and cool nights The Coming Womaa Mr Simeon Cook made Stringtown ii vn irrnt nnd euro EJIISSIONS Mow Bigger and Bettor than Ever niKKT AjWY3T33 GEAUE3r ir nrfrwiPTV RVUItTTIS ji Hying visit Sunday Who goes out to club while her hus BTHIOTIUIK IMlOTENCY SEOllhT MILITARY DISPLAYS MARTIAL ACTION buying band tends the baby as well as the jHJJimin i iuiiiiuiwi Mr W T Goodwin is still TJNCQUE IT3TAND3 ALONE NOTHING ELSE LIKE IT cnlves paying from 250 to 1750 a good old fashioned woman who J ES KIDNEY nnd JlliA IJIJI JU HOOKS FKBB cONSUJiTAlJON Up to the Spirit of the Times Ja3t Wnat Yoa Ought to Sso Now looks after her home will both at 3T7KKE If unalilo to call wnto for head BIjAilv tor ilUJii niTSTTON They MANY NEW PE ATURE3 ADDED All Old features RotAinod Bagdad times get run down in health appe- Â¬ FM TREATMENT Mr W W Harlow of with loss of will who was taken with a congestive tite be troubled sleeplessness faint- XKS headaches days ago is still con- Â¬ chill several ing or dizzy spells The most won- Â¬ though better fined to his room derful remedy for these women is 0 Thousands of suf- Â¬ Glad to report the condition of Electric Bitters 122 W Mr S Ji lirynnt nna wue very ferers from lame back and weak CINCINNATI O Hope to see them kidneys rise up and call it blessed much improved Tr is flio nipflioine for women Female out soon Estill complaints and nervous troubles of Onv tnmtwnrtliv frinnrl are soon reelieved by the who has been an invalid for all kindsElectric Bitters Miles Delicate some time is still poorly but wo use of should keep this remedy on women trust not seriously so hand to build up the system Only For sale by J Dr Frank Adams was summoned 50 cents per bottle Gaylo to appear at the bedside of Mrs Sam W Gayle and LeCompte 1 Stigers of llatton Sunday whom Co he is inclined to think has symptoms nvmnimr I ijumiMumnsMiwx ir si n pERV0USWEAK LunL 1 fWllrUljl a jtai if rn ir r III ilia u ilULUUpl Ulliil mi i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ X W BUFFALO BILL A 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 4 Kennedys Kergan Fourth St at3Kx Si of typhoid trouble Mr James Barnett BUCKLENS ARNICA SALVE t accompanied Miss Mary Wadkins home Sunday Mr George Long who has been working for Mr Lowry Jenkins since last spring set sail Tuesday for Gistville We will miss you George Mrs Lucy wife of Capt Smith Cook of Kansas City Mo is visiting brothers79lsters and acquaintances in Bagdad and vicinity At an election held in District No of Peytonia Thf hpst salve in the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers salt rheum fever sores tetters chapped hands fhilhlninq onrns und nil skin erun- tions and positively cures piles or no pay required It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money re- Â¬ funded Price 20 cents per box For 15 ly sale by J W Gayle Dr Miles Nervo Plasters for Rhaumatlsm JyM PalE Wild Revelries of Savage Bagbar ous and Civilized Races CONGRESS OF THE WORLDS ROUGH 100 Indian Warriors Wild Bucking Mustangs DECORATION DAY AT HOME Native Riders of ITive Continents UW MlimiH lm IDERS 75 American Cowboys Argentini Gauchos Famous Frontier Girl Riders UJBE ATiJL The Council The Council iiwivhii want 4 I onsumplion We are Riire von do not Nobody wants it But it comes to many thousands every year Itcomes to those who have had coughs and colds until the tnroat is raw ana tne lining membranes of themgs are Stop your cough inflamed when it first appears and you remove tne great danger ui tuture trouDie Ayers Cnemj pectoral It stops coughs of all hinds does so because it is a sooth- Â¬ and heallngremedy of great ing power i nis manes nine great Â¬ est preventive to consumption Put one of Ayers Cherry Pectoral Plasters over your lungs A Library Femm whole Medio t For four conU In atamps to pay pot ago wo will lend yuu alxteeu uealcal book MadloBl Advlea Frem Wo liavo tho exclutlvo survlcei of onto of the inoit eminent phyilclans Unutiial In the United State nviinrlMllf villi ii ntn1 Inni at them for glvliiityou medical iutvlco Write freelv ad the partlc 7ui will racelvo a oor i prompt ruply without coiu Vo in EATOw met in called Produced upon a most elaborate Over 800 Soldiers S i vases andllor session last Tuesday evening The se enae in this reproduction of the scale with splendid special scenery curb line on Arn street and that most fiunoiH bittlo with Indtons in as with horses trained to fall and The apex of Simulate death In two scenes and on Main from Newmans stable American history three tableaux realism realized to Mayor Street Com was referred Driscoll The Mayor mitte and Engineer was directed to advertise for bids Arab class for curbing in front of property The leader in est prices goods at lowThe where owners have refused printing of briefs in bank tax cases were ordered paid tor Gran- Â¬ itoid pavements were ordered raised where curbing lias been raised The Pinkertons notified the city authorities to look out fori teisvsi thieves and thugs following the The Water Wild West Show Committee was directed to receive bids for a force pump to be placed The opposite the Stato House bid of D J Newman for curbing WViTEVERyWHc N railroad tracks wos along L -- wear TWICE Sf The Street Committee yiBlB rejected LiWY Oinr KQ was directed to contract with J A Sharpe Lillis Thos Donahue Bros and any others yhq will do Not affected by Heat or Cold Highest Awards at Centennial the work at 46 cents per foot The Paris and Worlds Fair W- reported that HiNheiuni fRAZER lubricator Co special committee CUBAN HEROES 5700 would buy the JftnceJ Factorial ChckQi t LeuU ew York Salender and Reddish property anu wounueu Insurgent eterans diiect Onhat- - liattie scareu maimeu foulht valiantlv The Mayor was directed to appoint Spanish mil for Cuba lihre Appearinjr with Col TifWldn hosnitals and a committee to be composed parti- Â¬ Representative types Cody under tho auspices of the Cuban tary prisons of women to collect this money ally Junta of our allies in the war with Spain Tho by special subscription Real Soldiers From Tho Armies of All Nations granitoid pavement ordinance had Complaint was its first nassaiie Ilifjhost skilled members of Detachments from mado against county court day Sixth IT S Cavalry Firth U S Artillery sales on Minn street anu a com cannon are handled in Most marvelous bareback riders in Showing how boots on earth mittee vas appointed to hecure actual warfare Council Fifth Itoyul Irish Lancers Tho another place Flrat Imperial Cuirassiers of the Chamber was given to the Pharma Â¬ In sword and lance exercises and Champions saber British army with tout pogging and laneuand musical drill Tho Floworof Â¬ The exclu cists tor October 11 Bports other tho German Army sive right to tho F M I to run a MCoxloun Rosorve VcqutM os Ten Cohsnoics of the Caucasus sewer down Main street wan re The wiltloatrldors in tho army of tho Including Vloiuto Orapazo champion lasso thrower ot Mexico Czar jected Tho raising of the L JOHNNY BAKER FOR SALE BY ANNIE OAKLEY N tracks on Jiroadway trom Ann Master Marknman Mistress of Pistol and Gun to Washington was referred to SONS Committee and R ROGERS ZFetrcLcle the Mayor Street Engineer Joint hower on Main aoiitiMr Admission 50c Ghildron At 9 a m on tho day of exhibition atroot for State and city was not Numbored coupon actually ro sonta 1 exe- under 25o ltosorvo The Council ad put to a vote servod sonts sold on tho day of exhibition at Guy Barrotts j I Should be observed ly having onr din ner more specml in dmnties iimniiMiiuou In onrhigh grade tho verge of summer stock of groceries wines and vigetubles you find fancy and staple snpp ies that will cnablo you to prepare n dinner for a king and are epbcinlly appetising and tempting just now The Superb Historic Spectacle OUSTEHS LAST BATTLE John - IFrazer Axle Grease AFTCRTHI fflifliin HffifB AAmmMlJ3WLrimh 3 rand Free Street jqirncd Job work nently cuted at this office -- ijui mmk MwwT TTF Â¬ SON Sll Special Prices On Cottons CSP THE MUffiB Mik mm IEjSuXIr lB3EtS3E3ian rrri Cloaks OKSfaefEE M Dress Goods All the new Fabrics Vonitians Cov erts Poplins Drup doto Broad Cloths Scotch Mixtures etc Prices renson blo Calicos and Percales for this week Ladies Silk and Satin We aro receiving our new Full and Come and see the now Winter stock Slcevos Cloiksfrom 375 and up Crepons A beautiful stock of Black and Col ors from 50c per yard and up Waists We have a flue stock of them from the best makers fit perfect and pricis being reasonable Ladies Suits A good all wool suit 850 A better all wool suit 1250 A silk lined all wool suit 1975 r All Wool worth G5c Suitings Suitings at 50c Millinery Our Paris New York find London Hats and Bonnets have arrived Come and see them 20 pieces All Wool 15 pieces Outing Flannels From 4c per yard up All Wool Plaids at 50c worth G5c REUQIOUS Eev R L McOready rector Mr Robt Emmet Abraham assistant Divine service at 11 a m and 430 pm Sunday being the 5th anniversary of the pastorate of the Rev R L McOready he will preach a special sermon at 11 a m commemorative of the event All members of the con- Â¬ gregation are earnestly urged to be Ascension Episcopal Church present At night the congregation will unite in union service in the interest of the Y M O A You invite disappointment when Sunday school in the chapel at 945 DeWitts Little you exnerement am Services Wednesday afternoon at Early Risers are pleasant easy thorough little pills They cure consti430 in the chapel All seats free and everyone cor- pation and sick headache just as sure as you take them Tyler dially welcome 49 Hemphill Baptist Church Rev A T Â¬ able consecrated Christian gentle j Dr Cadys Condition Towtfors are man and a zealous laborer in the just what a horse needs when in bad jumu uiuuu punuei uiiu luasierS cause xno guuu peui uu vi tuuuiuuu They are not food but Falmouth recrret exceedingly that he vermifuge was not returned them and their medicine and the pest in use to put a Price 25 prayers and good wishes will attend horse in prime condition Bro T and his estimable family in cents per package Â¬ their new home The Misses TaliaFor salebyJ W-- Gayle and ferro are accomplished musicians and have been valuable adjuncts to the Leornpte uayie Lo church choir as have their songs and music delighted innumerable 20000 bolts wall paper at 4c social gatherings We unite with and upward Agent for Deering their legion of friends in wishing them God speed in their new home mowers and binders Oliver Falmouth Pendletonian plows Studebaker wagons bug- Â¬ I I Now Ready X gies stoves Main street and St Olair street Jan 29 ly MA Collins Robertson D D of Louisville will preach at 11 a in union mass meeting at rn in tne interest of the Y M C A Brief ad- Â¬ dresses by several speakers The Young Peoples Society will meet at 630 p m Prayer meeting Wednesday night at 730 Sunday school in the Chapel at 945 a m Special classes for young men Seats free and ajl are cordially in Speaking Hon E E Settle and Mr South Trimble made speeches at the Court House on Monday There was a fair crowd present who seemed to enjoy the remarks of the gentlemen Our little bov was afflicted with rneumaubiii in ms k iw uwu iu mo 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 We will show you the latest Parisian and New York productions in millinery models and original prices surprisingly designs with liberal at Mrs C H Mandevilies oppo L N Station East Broad way Â¬ C Crutcher Cos 4 2t For Sale adies Shoes See the new last 300 Â¬ vited ThJ houge a 1 Jm and knQwn iw Rg the 125 nrscQa t Dr J A could hear of that we thought would Stucky of Lexington will speak at heln him We almost gave up in 11 a in despair when some one advised us to trv Chamberlains Pain Balm No evening service Chris- We did so and the first bottlo gave Young Peoples Society of at 6 45 in the us so mut n renei mai we goi u tian Endeavor meets chapel Leader Walter C Scott ona one and to our surprise it cured Topic Patriotism und and well J T Bays him Prayer meeting Wednesday night Pastor Christian Church Neodesha at 730 Kan For sale by J W Gayle Tonic The Habit of Worry Junior Endeavor meets Friday Accidentally Hurt afternoon at 4 oclock Sunday school meets at 030 The public will be cordially wel Mr Geo W Parker the energetic comedto all these services and es- and hustling miller and merchant at pecially strangers in the city Elmville was so unfortunate as to The usual ser- have his left hand caught in the Catholic Church vices to morrow conducted by Rev machinery of his mill hist week Father Thomas Major the pastor and mash the hand very badly Low mass at 730 a m High mass Surgical attention was rendered and 10 am Vespers at 730 p m the injuied fingers are doing nicely Christian Church Father Major Sept 10 lm 150 200 250 up to 400 Â¬ A beautiful suburban pi ice of 2 acres jn grabs improvements a brick cottage of fiVe rooms with galleries Will exchange for a small place in the country Apply at this office 50 tf For ALL THE LATEST JentStore Room Â¬ The large store room in Masonic Temple ono of the bft HJ 75c 1 150 200 500 up tc XmoX T lSlrmer Upt 4 tr Knoxville 18 21 100 Â¬ Big Merchants Tenn Carnival Oct All the Newest Shanes and Colors Mr Henry E Rosevear of Louisville Half Rates to Lexington Account of the will speak at 11 a in Trotting Races No evening service Sunday school at U 15 a m On account of the 2Gyi Fall Meet Â¬ Christian Endeavor Society meets at 645 p m in Sunday school room ing of the Kentucky Trotting Jloise Prayer meeting Wednesday even- Â¬ Breeders Association at Lexington ing at 730 October 1th to 30th 1898 round trip tickets will be sold fnmi all stations in Kentucky Methodist Church Mr John L on Southern Bailway for the one fare Wheat of Louisville will speak at 11 at the rate ofon sale daily from round Octo trip tickets am ber id to loth good to return Octo- Â¬ No evening service Sunday school meets at 930 a m ber 17th 18J8 Epworth League convenes at 045 The meeting at Lexington i the moit celebrated meeting in tho p m in the ladies parlor Prayer meeting Wednesday even- Â¬ world for harm hoi ses and all the1 ing at 730 p m crack ft otters and pacers will contest Ofllcial Board meetsTuesday even- for 7o0U0 in stakes and purses ing For information call on nearest The public cordially invited to at- Â¬ ticket agent Southern Railway or tend Win II Tayloe A G P A Louis ville Ky Â¬ s Â¬ FiRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH The merchants of Knoxville Tenn have arranged a big Street Fair and Trade Carnival October ijth oth and 121st 189U This event promhes to be more beautiful and expensive than ever before The Southern Hail way Company will sell round tiip tickets at one lure for therouud trip from points in Kentucky October 10th 19th and UOtli limited for return until Octo ber 2d 1898 For further information call on nearest ticket agent Â¬ Shoes Seo tho Mens now last 250 500 300 4 125 150 200 350 up to V II Tayloi All AGPA the NEW SHAP S Ready A stubborn go ugh or tickling in the throat yields to One Minute Cough Cure narmless In effect touches Our Clothing Stock for Men Boys and Children the largest and hand the right spoj reliable and just wlmt is wanted It acts at once Tyler somest we have eversiown Hemphill 19 Mr Archibald A Hill of Louisville will speak at 11 a m No evening service Sunday school at 930 a m Young PeoplesSocietv of Christian Endeavor meets at 645 p m Prayer meeting Wednesday even Â¬ ing at 730 To all these meetings the public is For cordially invited Southern Presbyterian Church WO Bulbs Â¬ Wbi Flour WHOLE WHEAT you that it inukca well ns the most D C Crutcher Go y m o a notes was tho Character Building themo of an exceedingly helpful ad diess given by Rov T F Tallalerro at tho Association parlors last Sun day Every one present enjoyed tho earnest and convincing words of tho speaker and hope to havo tho priv ilege of hearing near future him again in tho Â¬ Autumn planting to bloom in your window garden during the Winter or for your llowor bods in tho Spring Hyacinth Tulip Cro cus Jonquil Narcissus Chinese Sacred Lily ahd of any other variety Bulbs desired One trlnl of Miles FLOUR will convince the most delioioua us wholosorao bread Ask your grocer for a it tf MILES SON J C MASTIN xde IjEI znr- - New Coal Firm Farming Implements Wagons HuVIiik urctiiisful the business of 1 lie Noel wo tiro piopiirert to furnish to OiilnoiOiilCo the poplo el Wuikfort mid Kianklln county tlie boat truiles of both liurii and fcott coal Vehicles Harness c Â¬ For Sale at Rov T F Taliaferro tho greatly beloved retiring pastor of tho Fal mouth Oluuoh is to go to Frankfort in tho Lexii gton District Ho is an Averills Drug Store Main St Opposite City Hall MAIEL Offloo lni WALLACE Agout for Ohanipion Binders Reapers ami Mowers Old Hiokory Wagons Oolumbus Buggy Oo Buggies Hay Rakes Oultlvators Dlso Harrows Maohino and HarnoBs Oils Â¬ 230 Main St Eoalos ulcI N Donot Yard Noar L Sfie My Giofts sopt J7 M Try ly Prices Before Ufa Elsewhere l gf Examine Our Kings Compare Our Prices Note the Many Perfect Details and Designs tLjra r nrtrmjutfmruxruvuijxnnnnriruxrmn Hi WtSM THEN n You will have served your interest This a d will have fulfilled its mission If you want a ring1 we shall sell it to you i For we are now showing nil the new things in Ladies and Gents Rings for the fall and holidays including many now things in Diamond Rings 153 SyfR JSL Circuit Court Adjourns I A BunsrzoeT a zestst mjirutruiririrLrir innjxririJinjuTXtfiJTrinnjuiruiruTJT dictionary its a mighty purty story after you get the hang of it This paper is ditod Tueschy Aug 1G and reached us Sopt 27 having made the long journey nlmo3t around the world in 41 days Mr Shy is the son of our friend Mr W T Shy of the Old Crow and ire passed through the scrap at Manila without a scratch We congratulate our young friend upon his lucky escape while in battle and thank him for his courte- Â¬ ous remembrance of us Indian Outbreak Judge Can rill wound up the fall term of circuit court on Saturday The court had been in session for three weeks and while there was a big docket but few cases went be- Â¬ fore the juries skin diseases and es pecially piles there is one reliable remedy DeWittsWitch Hazel Salve When you call for De Witts dont ac cept counterfeits or frauds You will hot be disappointed with DeWitts Witch Ilazel Salve Tyler Hemp49 hill bites burns Counterfeiter Arrested J L Rodman Son For broken surfaces sores insect THE LOWEST PEICES EVEE NAMED Hoosier yard wide Brown Cotton - 3 1 4 cents 9 4 Brown Sheeting 11 cents Goood yard wide Bleached Cotton 3 1 2 cents Best Lonsdale Bleached Cotton - 5 1 2 cents 3 1 2 cents Canton Flannel The Very Best Indigo Blue Calicos 3 1 2 cents Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ II Col Con McCarty Deputy US Marshal arrested Bud McCardwell at Qratz Owen county on Thursday He charged with counterfeiting brought his prisoner to this city yes Â¬ terday and lodged him in jail The examining trial will be held before Commissioner Chapman on Saturday His confederate Rudder was arrested some ten days ago Pillager Indians of Bear mdMinn have gone on the wai path They attacked Brig Gen J M Bacon and a force of about 100 men The Is 1 J R Newton AGPA At the suggestion of Judge White Mr S B Coil of Carlisle county was appointed Janitor of the Court Dr J2Hles Norvo Plasters 25c at all druggists of Appeals on Friday The place For Salee A Stoye pays 3 per day and is practically a sinecure An anthracite stove with soft coal It was hoped by the many friends burner suitable for a large room or of Mrs G Itussell Hodman of this hallway A fine stove very cheap city that she would bo appointed to Apply at this office or 132 Ann street ti 2t fill out the term of her de eased husband who held the position at Unfortunate Affair the time of his death Bears tho on Wednesday and inflicted consid- The first report was erable damage that Gen Bacon was killed with his command but this was contradicted Things are in bad shape and rein- Â¬ forcements are being rapidly pushed to the front Gen Bacon is a Frankfort boy People have and has won his way up from a Truth wearsvAvell learned that DeWitts Little Early private to a brigadiers place He is Risers are reliable little pills for a brave and dashing soldier regulating the bowels curing consti- Â¬ They Half rate to Knoxville and return pation and sick headache dont gripe Tyler Hemphill via Frankfort and Cincinnati Rail Â¬ 49 way October 18th to 20th Tickets Account Mer Â¬ limited to 15 days Appointed chants Carnival It is somebodys crime if all the childien do not see it is the terse way a leading Brooklyn editor calls attention to the excellence of the Buflalo Bill Wild West Show whicli will be given here on Thursday Oct 11 It was a trite saying and a true one The show is more than a cir- Â¬ cus for while it amuses it also in- Â¬ structs It is educational This year there are many new features One consists of a stupendous reproduction of the Custer battle and massacre on the Little Big Horn which will be long remembered Advertised Letters at Frankfort Ky ALL GOODS CHEAP Sept 2tlm XCLUSIVE PEOPLE Wish exclusive Shoes Laird Schrober Oos Shoes are known the world over as the finest ladies shoes made We have the exclusive agencv for this city and mention a few of this Falls styles below Kid lace heavy welted sole Below will be found a lint of letters remaining unclaimed for the week ending Oct Extinorton Mat veraity col Parlin Mrs N J Ralph Miss Ella Orutcher Mrs Mary C The Aukire Plow Ounningham Mag- - Co Wright Newton gie 1 1898 Uni- Mobley Gerhardt Win Persona calling for any of these letters willpleaBe say advertised S B Holmes P M For Sale patent or kid tip Â¬ zejEin oihz Kid lace or button welted sole patent tip At a meeting held by the Sancti flcationists at Rocky Branch Church In A No 4 Bulls Eye Kodak Kid button extension sole patent tip near Switzer this county on SaturÂ¬ first class order Only usd two or three weeks For sale cheap Apply day night Mr John Snelllng beÂ¬ at this office G tl came involved in a difficulty with Thanks Kid lace turn sole kid tips MrBacon Buflln over Buffins atten- Â¬ We aro under obligations to Mr tions to hid Snellhitfs wife Dining Ira S Shy Co B 18thU S Infantry the trouble Snelllng was hit in tho for a copy of tho El Commercio head with a rock by whom it is not Diarie do Lardy issued at Manila known lie drew bis phtol and shot t THE POPULAR Phillipino Islands It is printed in Bufiln in tho hei killing mm in 2 both English and Spanish and con- - stantly t Wo havo between seventy five and one hundred pairs of m cim ipm t j tains a number of advertisements of Snelling came to town that night Co and Dugan and Misses Shoes made by Laird Sehober fj tit fh Wo and surramliuecl himself to Sheriff places of business in the city i v y w f f M-f- f Hudson makers of tho Iron Clad Shoes for children which wo i f f suppcho it contains homo ical nieo Suter and was lodged in jail aro going to oiler at the remarkably low price of 100 a pair illlllllllHIIIlllllllllllllllllll lie waived an examining trial and storUS nNo but we are like the W These shoes aro in round and square toes cloth and loather tops -- v 1010 bond fellow who undertook to read the vih held over in W heavy and light solos most of thorn button If you havo never been able to get a pair of Shoes that would wear your girl try u I Sizes- 11 to IV pair of these and you will be satisfied I 1hfl t0 KM OAjSTORIA y9 You Have Always ooiLjonsri Xj 1 100 t T A 3aOQQO0Q0OOOOOaOOOOCg - Keep in the World Keep informed of what is going on read the papers and magazines save time from housework lor rest and reading by using mSbJJMF 1 mamm eqjr WASHINB 11 11 t tt t w tp Tfvi I ki 7 I J i x JllKKD thlmico Hrft RKMrni RFftMN i 0m mi in iiiiaiiii tKy 212 Clair St Frankfort SL For Rent tt Z lA v It IMC 11 U tW WM CROMWELL Â¬ POWDEIt kulvllle zfU Mt fltMt W f f t tSiiiiiiiiiniiiiii iiiiiiuir fMl ttr It saves both time and labor and gives results that please THE N K FAIRDANK COMPANY tFhhhhhFhhwtp WjW WWWWWW f B Chicago St Loula New York Boatou Philadelphia W W That desirable two story brick res idence No HO Kentucky Avenue West Hide known as the Lewis property forms low Apply to ItOUNDAHOUT otHce Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky land I JB Luwis 0 Courts ot Kruiikltn ami tlin mllolnlinr countleB hjiooIiiI attemlon to the put will also cliaso and salo ot real estate collection ot reutu clHlniB and tlienouotlutlon ot loitim Also Real Estate Auent Will uriictteelntha na Grit AND FALL OPENING OIF3 jT THE Millinery Sktl nd The Grandest Fall Display of Fall Wraps Furs Millinery Dress Goods 11th The Ladies K are cordiallly invited to attend a ever shown in Frankfort i J I I MWM SKY lived T0e FranRfort RounflaDout years FRANKFORT OCTOBER 8 1898 JMMfJSLf y JL FMMj LEVY Manager Z3T- - CO Props Peaks Mill AL ST OLAII2 STEBET ZEKZEZFOIECT was horn in Old Kentucky and had near Benson station for many He was a general favorite with the children a good neighbor nnd a Christian gentleman and will be missed in the vicinity in which he lived According to his own request he was laid to rest in a lot on his Benson farm near the church The rock crusher at this place is a great help to us The contractor Mr Dalton is an enterprising young man from Hopklnsville We will expect him again next season The Benson reservoir is at a low Formerly we ebb just at present were blessed with nn adequate supply of ice at all hours but now aint we in a pickle The icemans fingers are frozen off IISHMIMHMIIMIMttnlWlniMlltnlNimilllIWIWIHIMIMIHIItiniltlWIWIIilNIMIIINIIIIlniIWni delayed lettek1 The farmers are about done hous ing tobacco Dr Stafford and sonejof Casey county are visiting relatives at this place Mr Calvin Hockensmith of Em- Â¬ inence who has been visiting his son Albert has returned home Mr W G Florian the deputy assessor of AVoodlake passed through our town Monday Mrs D G Timons who has been complaining with stomach trouble is improving slowly Mr Henderson Crutchfleld of Louisville was the guest of his niece Mrs Brack Sheets last week Mr Reuben Lawrence and family who have been visiting in Owen county for some time have returned home Corn cutting at night nnd soup are all the go with farmers now Mrs John Bell and daughter Nellie of Louisville were guests of friends in this place last week Dont go to Frankfort to buy goods when you can get goods as cheap at Messrs Duvall Bros Wo will wager 1600 that no bioyole manufacturer In America Is producing a High Grade Blcyclo equal to our 1898 American Special on which has been placed a prioe et 135 and Is offering to the general public to all alike Further that our 500 REWARD 3000 ASVWWV Happy Ridge delayed One Minute Cough Cure surprises people by its quick cures unci chil- Â¬ dren may take it in large quantities without the least danger It has Old Batch Only Child Papas won for itself the best reputation of any preparation used to day for colds More than twenty million samples croup nettling in ine uiruui or uusu of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve have Free of Charge to Sufferers nate coughs Tyler Hemphill been distributed by the manufactur Â¬ 49 Cut this out and take it to your ers What better proof of their con- Â¬ get a sample bottle free druggist and fidence in its merits do you want Swallowfield of Dr Kings New Discovery for It cures piles burns scalds sores in Coughs and Colds Consumption the shortest space of time Tyler They do not ask you to buy efore 4U Miss Sallie Hedriek of Elmville uempiuil yuu wiu SHOW nc THIS Will trv Saturday Sunday with gSTnerits of this truly wondreful spent utncr ec andwne HE ADAOHE cured In 20 minutes by Dr Miles --ur remedy and show you what can be FainPiixs Ono cent a doso At druggists the regular size Mr J W Derineer and wife bv nfrnmnlished bottle This is no experiment that spent the past week in Louisville Forks of Elkhorn would be disastrous to the proprietors Mibs Sallie brought back a good would invaria- Â¬ supply of millinery goods in prepa did they not know it Protracted meeting is in progress bly cure Many of the best physi- Â¬ ration for her many customers at cians are now using it in their practice Miss Bettio Suter is visiting her E Stead mantown conducted by Rev l Wright with great results and are relying on 3ister Mrs Kate Young of Thorn it in most severe cases It is guaran- Â¬ Grove Mrs Sallie Burdin and son Frank Trial bottles free at J W teed of Mt were visiting in our Gayle Cos Miss Laura White visited her village Edenweek Gayles and LeCompte this Regular size 50 cents mother in Bloomington last week drug store Mrs Adkins and daughter Miss and 81 Mr Polk Lawrence bought of Mr visited James Grugin 25 head of hogs at Lizzie this week in Georgetown the first of Benson City 305 per cwt Miss Willie Steadman spent sev Â¬ Mr Henry Rico and wife are vis- Â¬ Mr Ben Goins and family have iting their son Walter near Trues eral days with her cousin Miss Drue Church near Stendmantown moved to Madison Ind Wo wish ville this week Ben success as he deserves it Miss Bessie Ileaton entertained in Rev Polk South is currying on a Mr John King will move into the protracted meeting at this placo with honor of her friend Miss Barber Adkins Monday night last All house vacated by Mr Goins tour additions up to the present announced a very delightful even Â¬ school election the time Tn our recent ing Democrats won by a large majority Mr Ben Anderson has gone to Rev E N Walne who has been a Hurrah for Dan Moore Carter county to purelmso a lot of missionary to Japan for tho pnst six the Nnvo It is with sympathy for Mr aged sheep years lias returned to our country JP widow and children of and was tho guest of Mr Frenchs report his demise Stockton that we Knights Templar Pittsburg lanuiy last weoic whtah occurred Sentembor 30th at Miss Alice French Is visiting Dopot Mr his residenco at Benson 18th ftobor 8th to hvay tho Frankfort friends In Owen county Stockton was 78 years of age He had Jlrt wlllholl tickets been in poor health for some time Mo V Pittsburg uiid reUiru limited to Miss Carrie Brock is visiting her wnV man of wonderful icsolu- brother in Lexington this week innniHl nreslsted ill ntremllnir to the 17th at halt rate Tickets may Only Mis nature dcemocl be extended until tho flint business oven when J R Newton cause of it unwise Tho immediate XA A O JSl JSI 3 his death wus hemorrhage of the MM TOU II3VH Always BOUght Dean ths J stomach which began Monday even A great success I tun still making Signature ing and continued more or less until of 60 Undo Pros thorn at Matterns ho was exhausted i 1 Â¬ Bindnc was conducted by Mr Oscar Clark and Miss Hattie McDamel Those that were present were Misses Annie and Nettie Smith Messrs Alonzo Lewis John Goins Wille Roberts Seth and IraSemoncs Tuck was on hand but not feeling much uk Afi niirhtincritle did not and was not heard there and then We are glad to know Mr Chas Buford is able to be out again Some of the girls wondering where the Mocking Bird is I gness the cage door has been opened and he has flown away and will never be heard of again Mrs V A Lewis son James and daughter Liddie visited relatives at Flat Creek last Saturday and Sunday We are sorry to report Mr Kobert Spalding is on the sick list this week Tharewas singing at Mr E W irnTnilo m Siirwlnv nirrm The letter BICYCLES AT 2250 1750 3500 Are better bicycles than can be bought in America for the same money We employ no traveling men Issue no expensive circulars boII our entire outpnt to the ridera for cash only have no bad debts therefore can Roll RirrvmRS inn I cheaper than any manufacturer in the United States We never deceive the public Na ouvuouv u aj uuuk y wui uiujuioB nic neub nuujcuh iu approval wiiaoui any aavanoa whatever We bicycler in 1898 nnd wo only want to make 1100 each I We much preferexpect to sell 15000 profit to sell 15000 at a of 1100 eaoh than 1000 at f15 each Any prices J above ours made by other concerns are made so by extravagant expenses and dont let any- one Convince you that you should pay for extravagances nnd bad debts of others Buy at I tha maker and save your money SEND FOR CATALOGUE AT ONCE j The improvement n the Devils Hollow turnpike at the bridge above the church is great and ought to be appreciated especially by the Shelby county 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