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Wlj fc fPiw lsLrT r rr x mTW9iWflT JrTflM fTW The VOL Framfobt Rotomboijt A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOOAL AND SOCIETY NEWS SATURDAY JULY 29 GEO A LEWIS Publisher TERMS 100 In Advanoe NO 45 XXII City Council FRANKFORT KY Â¬ 189 - ii fr - ft fcT 15 ItZT hi w W- - - - correction of his assessment referred to the Finance Com mittee GraD B Wnleutt to Labrot ham No 52 bottling Tuesday July 25 09 John A Lognn to E II Taylor The Muvor unci nil the mem- - lr itSoiiH No 03 bers of the Council except uoun- - c H Morgan to E H Tayl r Jr oilman Griffy Stewart and Eg- - Sons No r3 warehouse gleston were present J m G Oneill to to W A Gaines Iho minutes of the last meotf-- Co No 100 inp wore rend und approved J M Burbridge to W A Gaines The Populists were granted Co No 100 warehouse the use of the Opera House JucobL Cox to W A Gaines Thursday and Thursduy night Co No 100 meal room they to pay for the opening of Joshua Wnlllngford toWAGatnes Co No 100 night the hou jo and for gas Thos HShelbyjrtoEH Taylor The petition of Dr E A Jr Co No 113 Hensley was rejected Taylor P Owen to E James Colemans petition for SpeedNo 113 warehouseH Jr Co was j I Frankfort Boy Gels a Good Place nn FlkJ narnrwarnr icTrcirnrinriannGarinRnr3ncirinntcirari3nacpnciCCT na the petition of Mrs W H Ford was referred to the Street Committee with power to act The clerk was directed to sep- Â¬ arate the assessment of Mrs E V Stephens in order that W C Marshall may pay his taxes The report of City Engineer D M Woodson was received and ordered filed The Finance Committee re- Â¬ commended a reduction in the assessment of Mr H Craik The matter was referred back to the committee On motion tho assessment of Jos Robinson was corrected and his assessment placed at 300U ah- - s The Street Committee was directed to have City Attorney draw an ordinance forcurbing and guttering west side of Con Â¬ way street between 3rd and 4tli of Councilman the Mayor was di- Lutkemeior reeled to request the Health Board give their attention to having tho back premises of the properly houses of the city Adopted cleaned On motion the Water Com- Â¬ mittee were directed to take fire department and try and ascer-Â¬ tain the force of water at tho plug at extreme end of East Main street The Broadway street sidewalk ordinance was given its first reading and passage The Mayor was directed to advertise ior paving and guttor ing work on Mero High Wil Â¬ kinson Washington and Steele streets t The matter of aic light at 4th and Main streets was referred to Gas Committee fTho mutter of a sidewalk in front of J L Rodmans proper- Â¬ ty was referred to Street Com Â¬ mittee to bo reported back at first meeting After some talk on other mat Â¬ ters the Council adjourned Revenue Assignments streets On motion DO Mr James Edmond Richardson CM ran net ca eldest son of Mr N F Richardson ea WNRE CARBON COiiU no ofthls city who went west some na net m niths wince has obtained a good ca situation In a big wholesale and re oa tall house in Fredonia Kana BQ DO owned by Mr J W Paulen It Is a on oa house such as there are many In that HQ oa section which handles almost every on 4K Jflra jy no thing you can call for It has a big oa na force of clerks runs four wagons and 3D DO keeps six porters busy attending to na the shipping on Edmond has charge of the grocery na oa W WTinw department and is making a success no WWBBBWV till na na of it He is a clever Indus tiious nnd g na reliable young man and wo are glad Ja oa OAUOERS a t note that he has a good place cu oa Geo G Berry to W A Gaines na Another illustration of the old saw ca oa Co No 100 entries na You cant keep u Frankfort boy V T Crosthwalt to Kentucky oa down na River Distillery No 2 E H oa no Taylor Jr Co No 113 and J P to Niagara Falls oa Excursion en not Williams rectifier oa John W Jouett to W A Gaines August 15th the Frankfort net Â¬ oa Cina DEI Co No 4 and to John Cochran cinnati Railway will sell tickets to CO na cu Niagara Falls and return limited to Rn Co No 37 na ca P P Parish to S J Oreenbaum 10 days at 980 for the round trip ca en via Big Four Ry na ay No 9 oa J R Newton na a S D Pinkerton to Labrot Gra Ha General Passenger Agent oa en na ham No 52 E II Taylor jr cu Han- Â¬ oa Ready for the Fray lea na Sons No 53 and W A Gaines eg oa en Co No 100 withdrawals na ca oa The Republican IState Executive on BTOBEKEEPEK GAUGEJCS na oa Mayse Committee together with the candi 139 S A Barbour to Laval na dates met at the Louisvillo Hotel ca DU BJ3 11 No na Â¬ ca Chns HTalbott to JohnTBarbee in Louisville on Tuesday and ap- ca oa na pointed a Campaign Committee con Â¬ QU no No 32 oa na John T Berry to Z T Sellers sisting of Hon Geo W Long Chair- Â¬ na vu a man Col Jas F Buekner and Hon na na No 49 oa Sam J Pugh with headquarters at Jno D Nash to W J Frazler No na oa Louisville The party will bo thor- Â¬ azt 50 no oa SidneyA Powell to J J M oughly organized and the campaign ca na will bo opened early It Is under cu Office Head of Clinton Street - Telephone ioo Saflell No 91 oa na to J N Blake stood that Gen Taylor will make Thos E Oldham DEI caar nncanaGnonortracnGnoannnannBnnacaBc caRnnaRsnananci the opening speech shortly more No 90 uacaaacauauuca J R Dagley to Mullins Crigler Organized for Business No 105 BURN Kk If PURE IIT lV COAL Such Is YANDEBPOOL i Will Economical clean cheap yard ten months and not slack Mined in very large blocks dled exclusively by Â¬ A Dudley Blanton 1 j to u r 4 t L - r V- - v v fc vi tt af r s LA- - c R - The following are tho assignments of revenue officers in this division of tho 7th District as made by Collector Roberts for the month of August BTOKEKKEPEIW lery No J EIIanrahan 2 to Ky River Distil Â¬ M mS r M r FATWiNazor to KyRiver Dis tillery No 2 warehouse Eugene Craig to W A Gaines Co No 4 Isaac T West to W AOalnes Co No 4 warehouse Augustus DJPiper to 8 J Green bmm No 0 John R Spires to S J Green baum No 9 warehouse Thos J Craig to S J Green baum No 0 night Win M BafJell to John Cochran Co No 37 CortezMKash to Labrot Graham N0 52 sure and bale application for tortured Senator J C S Blackburn as Chair flesh Beware of counterfeits J E man of the Campaign Committee Tyler A number of the candidates on the ticket wero present Hackberry The Committee will open the cam Â¬ paign in August with speeches by The drouth was ended here by u Mr Goebel and Mr Blackburn at good rainfall Monday evening The protracted meeting that has Mayileld been In progress at Indian Fork for County Teachers Institute several days past will close Thuroday night To date there has been added to tho church 14 for baptism and 1 reThe Franklin County Teachers In stored The probabilities are Irom stltuto will bo held at tho courthouse bo the interest manifested there will in this city beginning August 21st several more to join ero it closes AH teachers holding Franklin county Lightning killed a cow in Bagdad Monday belonging to Lem Handy certificates are required by the com Mr Tom Bailey who mon school law section 140 to at Â¬ of color was driving into Bagdad at the time tend tho entire session was somewhat frightened as the cow Prof McIIenry Rhoads will con Â¬ was struck and fell over on his buggy duct tho Institute dead a narrow escape for Mr Luuy Pattie Bailey County School Superintendent Protracted meeting will begin at SO avo Lebanon Church Sunday with Rev ten by Plum Another John Adklns tho pastor assisted Rev Mr Kuykendall Miss Alma Clements will begin Lieut It M Shearer of Coving- Â¬ her term of teaching in Hackberry ton late a Captain in tho Second District No 41 the aist of July Kentucky Volunteeas has been ap Harlow Bros shipped 13 hhds of pointed Second Lieutenant In one of tobacco Wednesday to Louisville now regiments now being raised Their prices for sumo we will quote tho in our next Resigns Madam Rumor lias it that wo are to have a wedding in the Jackson- Â¬ Capt Ed Booth of Lawronceburg ville neighborhood soon Of course if tho Madam dont know exactly Deputy Warden at tho local Prison has resigned his position to accept she gues es well at times Misses Jewett and Cynthia Snook tho Superlntendency of the T B A Safe Sure and Permanent ure far Dyjpepsia Indigestion Catarrh of are visiting their aunt Mrs Blauca Rlpy Distilleries the property of the he Stomach Flatulency Paloitation Fermentation Heart Waytes near Eminence Kentucky Distilleries and Warehouse Burn and Constipation Mr Curt miners and Miss Nannie Company at Tyrone Ilibbard wore married In Jelferson There are lots of candidates for tho Read the following reason for using American Dyspepsia Tablets vlllo Monday vacant place All other remedies claiming to euro indigestion nnd dyspepsia oontnin PEPSIN Oatchem in one ot its forms nnd as loutj ns PEPSIN is supplied to a weak or even healthy City To Atlantic stomach in the shape ot medicine nature will oeaBe to make it and the DYBPKPBIO Quickly euro constipation and re DOSE and ot course never be oared of his will not be able to do without his build and invigorate tho entire sys digest food must trouble A August 3d tho Frankfort Cincln and uot rely stomaoh that will promptly important agent make its own PEPSIN never gripe or nauseate Do tem upon modioine for this most tickets to Witts Little Early Risers J E cinnatl Railway will sell limited to American Dyspepsia Tablets contain no PEPSIN nor other PEPTIC agents City and return Atlantic Tyler of four old and well known vegetable remedies which in combi- Â¬ but aro Augut 18th at 15 for tho round nation composedofToot a cure by restoring the stomaoh to its normal condition will soon RR We furnish no book on the STOMAOH and its DISEASES no ALMANAC Company trip via tho H O R Newton Henry Koehler J no prize for the LARGEST uumber of wrappers but will send a trial box to nny General Passenger Agent address free of coat Lumber Dealora of Louisvillo Ky AMERICAN DYSPEPSIA TABLETS are put up in BOo package and are to invito correspondence- with mill men be had nt J W Oaylus and W II Averills or by nddrosslng who have lumber for sale Thoy buv Bean tb The Kind You Have Always BougH Poplar and Hardwoods In mixed THE AMERICAN DYSPEPSIA TABLET CO Blgnatora cnr Dry or Greon Write them i Â¬ Â¬ Irritating stings bites scratches met at the Capital Hotel In wounds and cuts soothed and healed mittee this city on Tuesday nnd elected by DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve a The Demoiratic Executive Com- - iYiclSOniC 6tnpl6 Hardware agents for Johnsons W will wood Floors andestimates Hard floor preparation cheerfully make and OO Matches Superior tlie best 12000 for 50c Fruit Jars Masons quarts per dozen 84c Razors and Knives A monejr refunded guarantee Beautiful Hammocks screen wire Lawn Mowers size 12 inch blade for 225 Â¬ Stagg Bacon j DYSPEPSIA CURED AMERICAN DYSPEPSIA TABLETS Â¬ Â¬ - oisvoniA j ai flm of LOUISVILLE KY r r TW TTf rlTiw PWlWlf iWAWwwwwy f irTr-srrnrnrrTivr-rt- as IK ijrijniiuiiiijfcii rrTiri -- We Are More Than Pleased i With our business this spring We have had the best April and May trade that we have enjoyed for the past five years We are satisfied times are getting better and we are looking for a very large fall trade so during the month of mW mJ3W Ml we are goiug to offer some extra bargains in every department as we are determined not to carry over any summer goods Our stock is very large Call on us we will try and please you a m m m Â¬ Â¬ WEITZEL I Sc ODONNELL Â¬ SP K - Mrs Sallio W Berry of Versailles Mr Honrv Hamilton in Lexington last week nttendod tho funeral of Mr A Miss Annie Hall who has been vis- Â¬ Phythlan Saffoll on Mouday Atn meeting of the City Council iting friend in Lexington has re- Â¬ Miss Florence Kcmdall of Lexingheld at noon Friday the Mayor was turned home ton is visiting Mrs L B Marshall requested to forbid church services or Miss Roso M Crittenden returnod Shelby street South Side Mr Wednesday Moncure Lewis of Richother public gatherings until further York City night from a trip to Now mond John was Va the guest of relatives orders Good citizens will tttko Rev GeoDnrsIoroturned Thnrnday in this city Sunday and Monday notice and govern themselves ac- Â¬ morning irom n nasty run to norm Mr H L Youtsey and wlfo nro spending several weeks in the coun- Â¬ orn Illinois cordingly try with her cousin W H Hogo Mrs Estill Brlnkloy of Indiana By order of the Council Mr Jas L Watson and wife of was the juost of Miss Pattie Williams -Lexington attended tho funeral of V S Deuoney Mayor this week A Mr A Phythlan Saffell on Monday Miss Una Marshall Is tho guest of Attest her sister Mrs Otis Asburst in Mr Arthur Edge of Lexington vis Bex Maiisiiall City Clerk itod the family of his father Mr Jno Georgetown Edge near Ohoatovillo this week Miss Florrlo Rodman Is the Little Obey Read and Mr Omar Wilson wife and children guest of her aunt Mrs A A Stoll Led of Indiana are guests of his sister in Louisville Mrs Maude W Stephens in this city All good citizens are urged to read Mrs Robert G Robertson was the Mib8 Lena Dixon Kentucky Avenue of and obey the proclamation of the City guest this her sister Mrs Gray Mc Wtst Side is the guest of Mr Perry Lean weik Board of Health which lias been Orosthwait and family in Loxlng- Mr Sam MIIe3loft Sunday for Vir- - ton posted on our streets We intended ginla in the interest of the big J E Onr handsome correspondent from M Flour Mills s lo publish it in full but it was issued H Hackberry Oatchem was Miss Dollie SImrall of Lexington city on Saturday and mado us ain tho pleastoo late for us to do so was the guest of Mrs Sam D John ant call A 8jn mis week-Miss Georgia Todd of tho West PERSONAL Miss Gwathmoy of Washington Side is tho guest of her brother-incA fci City was the guest of Mrs V G law Mr R H Locke in Jefferson Mrs J S Price is visiting friends at Bullitt tills week Go everywhere else and then come to us and we will county Paris n Miss Mary Todd of the West S de Mr John G Price of Ashland Va pBlZt Miss Mattio Logan is visiting friends is the guest of Mrs M Hough of In visited relatives in this city last weok a in Lexington dianapolis Ind Mr Price was born and raised in this visiting rola Miss Nell Cox of Gilveston Texas county Mr Fred Kellner is will arrive Tuesday to visit Miss Jo tlves in this city TO SUCCESSOR F1H0DES BURF0RD Mastor Alexander Todd tho little FURNITURE COMPANY son of Mr J R Todd visited his Mr Vm Cromwell is spending this Murphy Wapping street aunt Mrs B Noel at Woodlako this Miss Nettle Cox of Toxas is tho woek at Estill Spjrlngs guest Mrs South Trimble near tho woek Mr Eugene Craig spent Sunday at Forks of of Elkhorn Mr John T Berry of Versailles was liis homoin Ycrsallles Mr Thos H Locke nnd family of called Hero by tlio death ot ills nepn Hon Geo M Davison of Stanford the West Side have removed to if op ow Mr A Phythlan Saffell on Sun was In the city Wednesday Furniture and Carpets 223 47 1 225 Main Street dy Kiutjviue ro resiue Master Wm Cromwell jr is visit Mrs Sallio Higbee df Lexington UC7 Rev T F Taliaferro croos to George ing relatives In Henry county town topreach there to morrow at tho was called here by the death of her nephew A Phythlan Saffell on Sun Master Alex T Lewis visited friends MitiioddC Church day in Wood foal county this week Airs W II Hoge and children are I invoke last night with severe Mr Chas Weltzel wife and chll- - county was hero to attend tho Con Mrs Marfv Ryan has returned from gaesisof her mother Mrs Timber unu was Bimuing pains in my stomnrhe I never felt P von won f uuibuiv firm who havn been rusticating lake at Winchester a visit to relatives inCinolnnntl hands wltn nis many lriends wJi k II wiL tr u h n uv e J when 1 knew him when Assistant Clerk of Mrs Wm Cromwell Is visitinc- her h jino Misses Linda and Lntlo Hughes are came down- to work this morning I Senate the brother-in-laMr John C Cromwell guests of relatlvos in Lexington Mrs Albert A Stoll of Louisville Mrs S C Barrett with Miss Eliza- - felt ho wenk I could hardly work I Mrs John D Griffin has returned at Cleveland Ohio who has been the guest of her sister oecn jwreit uuu luiiBier uuvia uar- - went to Aronni lv II or drug Mr Grant Green jr of New York Mrs Jimes Rodaiau has returned rett her daughter and son from from a vislc to lriends in Louisville City was oalfid hero by tho serious homo Cleveland Ohio camo Wednesday to if tolin tlui recommended Cham- Mrs J Lampton Price hns returned illness of his mother Uov Wm Crowe jr and wife ro spend the rest of tho summer with berlirts Colic Cholera nnd Diarrhoea from a visit to friends in Henderson Remedy It worked like magic and Mrs Honry H Roberts and children tu Tied from a visit to nis brother Dr Mr and Mn Georgo Darsio S Humphrey has returned Mr J have returned from a visit torolativod iiicbdrran Urowo in Vorsallles on Master William and Miss Amanda one dose fixed me nil right It cer from a visit to friends in Georgetown at Uhristiansuurg Mjuday Long children of Dr John L Lone tainly is tho finest thing I ever used Miss AUco Blanton has returned Mrs A Neat of Indiana was the Mr John V Rodman wife nnd ontertained a 0number of tlioir voung for stomach from n visit to friends In Hopkinsville gueat of her brother Dr U V Wil- children left for tho lake region Sat- friends ftom to 0 oclock on Thurs trouble I Hhall not be Gtmes wore indulged U S Sonator Wm Lindsay left for liams this week urday to spend a month in fishing day evening walk wound uo tho fes- without it in my homo hereafter for in and a cake Washington City on Monday mornami boating Col Green It Keller nnd wife of tivities after which delightful re I should not euro to endure the suf ing Miss Mary Linn Davis and Mrs freshments wero served The little ferings of lust night ngnin for fifty Carlisle were the guests of their son Patsle Tobln of Mercer county wero folks separated highly delighted with times lis price G H Wilson Llv Miss Mirgarot Rridgeford is visit Dr H II Keller this week ing relatives and friends in Mt Ster erytmm Burgottstown Washington Miss Anne and Emily Thomas re guests of Miss Joslo Kavanaugh Todd the evening ling Dr Carver the worlds champion Co Pa This remedy is for turned Fiiuay morning from a short street nils week sale by Miss Minuio K Ledridgo who hns phot will each day give nn exhibiMr Goo Adams of Eminence wns visit to tho northwest gueso of Mrs Showaltor South been the guest of her sister Mrs M tion of fancy shooting during the J W Gayle druggist the Miss Jesslo M Lail of Chrlstlan i F nr nnd Lexington Horse Slio Side is visiting her cousin Mrs J K II Hainliiio in Mt Sterling bus re Carnival August 8 12 Dr Carver is turned home 1 dinson and wife have Hamilton Clark of Chatincey Ga Stockton ut Locust Farm Mr Snn D Mrs Kito Sanders Rogers and Mrs too well known to the general public nays he suffered with Itching piles gone to New York City and tho sea Mrs L P Tarlton tind daughtor upon an exhibi piles twenty years before 1 Brooks nnd Bon have gone for us to comment trying Do shore Mis Christine Reynolds are spend Fi ou seashore up in Maine to spend tion from him It will lie well Worth to tho Witts Witch Hazel Silvetwo boxes Miss Florence Stanton was tho guest ing the heated term at Detroit the price of admission ilnelf of which completely cured him He the heated term of friends In Woodford county this Misi Gertrude If Lcdrldgo who has ware of worthless and dangerous islFmbHT Hon E II Taylor jr and daugh woek been quite sick Is Improving and now ters Mrs Klino and Miss Maggie counterfeits J E Tyler fn a Mis J E Miles and Miss Lizzie rt iiiu H a v lu n td lim ruLUVtlV uu on the excursion to High liridgo For an Editor to Recommend Patent Hunt Chlnnlofc Monday for Martins- - iiov A O Honslov of Vorsalll s went Falls City Saturday on tho Medicines VUle Tni High Bridge Excursions is the truest of his mothor Mis EU- Mr Geo A Lowis of this ofllce was Mr Jolm Bryan was tho guest of ward ITousK y In this city in Southwestern Kentucky this weole From Sylvan Valley News Druvard If 01 Excursions nrerun from Cincinnati in tho interest of tho Kentucky Law It may be a question whether tho Reportor which ho owns and pub editor of a nowspnper lias tho right and nil points south every other Sunday to High Bridge There lishes to publicly recommend any of tho u more beautiful Rov W E Gwatkln nnd brido re- various proprietary medicines which Isnt this entrancing place to visit AFTERNOON trSLZSS spot You wedding- trip on flood the market yet as u preventive than turned from their It Mi Gwalkln of fuflerlng wo feel it n duty to wiy n cant afford to missOno Tho rnto Is buuiruay evening dollar from preached at Evorgroon Baptist Church good word for Chamberlains Colic remarkably low Cincinnati fifty cents from Lexing Â¬ Sunday and Diarrhoo Remedy Wo ton and like low rates from other cholera ivpiryvir vvvttAivsvr Tied down to Mr Thomns Griffin and wife of Imve known nnd used this medicine points Ask your ticket agent nbout housework to Loiibvlllo nro sponding the heated In our family for twenty years and It You cannot afford tills t rm with his brother Mr John D have always found It roliablo In pleasant tjny on the to miss Your the scrubbing river Grlflln on Campbell street Soutli many cases a doso of this remedy ticket agent will givo you brush and rates bucket to the Id j would save hours of suffering while dates and schedules for these excur dish pan and u physician Is awaited Wo do not sions Mr Chas 0 Furr wife and sons housecloth is mmm Ukou M western u nnu w Combs believe In depending Implicitly on the condition medicine for u cure but wo do wore called to Salvlsa by tho death of of the woman who still uses soap in Tho Louisville Southern has just Mrs Anrl Nelson Mr Purrs sistor believe that If n bottle of Chamber On the other hand her cleaning Iains Diarrhoea Remedy wero kept Issued n handsome Summer Foldor on Wednesday the woman who uses Gold Dust on hand and administered at tho in- of nbout li pages giving description Miss LIUaboth E Barrett of Gov of nn attack ingion wno has boon visiting friends ceptionbo avoided nndmuch suffering cuts nnd complete Information about In very mnny the summer resorts In the south noon With Uoia XJust she does her cleaning with half the effort jolatlvos at Benson returnod to might and presence that In half the time and at half the cost as with soap or any other her home Tuesday much to the ro cases tho bo requiredof a physician reached by bo lino Copies of this would not folder will cleanser For greatest economy buy our large package gioiofhor many friends and admir hns been our exporienco At least this dress by Wm mailed free to any ad during tho II Tayloo Asst Gon eiB past twelve years For sale by J Paps Agent 210 Fourth Avonuo THE N K FAIRBANK COMPANY Chlcaflo StLouIs New York BoU Hon G W Bud Rooves of Bullard V Gaylo druggist Louisville Ky No Gatherings 4 A FEW LEADERS JIJST FOR STARTER A good bed room suit I good iron 1250 250 Â¬ A large Mammoth Rocker 1005 Â¬ A cotton chain matting 15c per yard A lirussell carpet 45c per yard cotton carpet at 20c per yard -f- - A A - A A Â¬ JSSffll JLM jMLm L t- - - lwiiffiiil fi Â¬ I j Â¬ Â¬ George H Stehlin Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ OFF Wi fflJ Â¬ - -- w BtfSTfSilli SSrSttSK Washing Powder mm lvja ii mwm Â¬ Â¬ iJl HMtitiii lit in ili i initrt LUiiibtfMij Jttiftfei iUi - ijuuiiu Cjti2 it i i V lii Hi SZKBHWilBKSVnNM pi i Tf W 3 1 1 rfT w ftfCZXSEEfflESKi 23 bJJ B tr Jr I K WF letting a Place Mens blue serge suits strictly all wool fast color good quality of lining A comfortable suit for warm weather and a most desirable one to own All wool Cheviot and Cassimere suits at same price CHILDRENS SUITS Blouse and Vestee suits sizes 3 to 7 handsomely braided and primmed and made of elegant material A great variety of styles in suits for boys from 8 to 16 Boys knee trousers all sizes from 3 to 15 A large and select assortment of Childrens Wash Trousers at 25c and 50c Childrens Wash Suits at 50c and 75c Tow Linen Suits for men several styles 250 to 400 a suit 1 Â¬ liXJIDSSOlSr I iv Hm iiuwzn SBi Almost every man who hus succeeded in establishing himself in tho business or professional world is con stantly applied to that he may use his influence to secure a position for this or that person where he may have a chance to am a livelihood or secure a foothold that may icsultin earning a livelihood Every right minded man is glad to render his service to those who are worthy and in rendering it hofrequently does the future employer as great a favor as the employe for it Is a substantial advantage to a business man to have trustworthy intelligent and ambitious subordinates But it is well to remind those who are in search of positions that their wisest course is to improve the first decent opportunity that offers to secure a foothold In the world of self support It does not make a viry great difference where one start If the employe has the qualities that make him val- Â¬ uable the employer will discover it or if he does not some other em ployer will Tho most fatal obstacle to success is for the employe to ren- Â¬ der In service whut he deems an exatt equivalent for his wages not to take an Interest in his work and not to consult his employers advan- Â¬ tage Such persons are apt to find themselves out of a position und they are the first to be discharged when economies are imperative It Is well to remember that the value of any position is not to be measured simply by the pay that goes with It but toy its opportunities for advance- Â¬ ment and by the chance that it may directly or indirectly bring the one who holds it into relation with larger and better things Â¬ Â¬ health talk ate on timely themes For the boys Din Beard explains how to make A Buekyaid Fish Pond The editorial departments tiro more interesting than usual and touch upon every phase of home life By The Curtis Publishing Company Philadtlphii One dollar per year ten cents per copy School Per Capita Â¬ Â¬ State Superintendent of Public In- Â¬ struction lion W J Davidson has made up the per capita for each child of school age In the State which amounts to 270 This Is the highest point which has ever been reached except onco before when it was 285 This is a very gratifying exhibit to the friends of education and will be a source of special benefit to the hard worked district school teachers jNO USE TRYING I i cod livcr Doctor lays try it He oil mkht as well tell me to melti lard or butter arid try to take It is too rich and them But will upset the stomach you can take milk or cream so you can take cant take plain Stamping Ground Wo have pold many different cough remedies but none has given better satisfaction than Chambei- Â¬ 23d to Born lalns soys Mr Charles Holzhauer eson and July a eon Mr Oscar Jam wife Is per druggist Newark N J It Miss Llsh Hogsett of Rushville fectly safe and can be relied upon in all cases of coughs colds or hoarse- Ind is the guest of friends near this ness Sold by J W Gayle druggist pluce Miss May me Craig of Paris Mo is tho guest of Mrs Tilford You Dopy Are Mr Robert Jameson of Owens bor i is the guest of his son Mr J If not see the famous opium den W Jameson which Is an exact reproduction of daughter Mrs T J Bruner joints seen in New Yorks and San are visiting her father and A Moth Mr Franciscos Chinatown At the ershead in Fayette county Lexington Horse Show Fair und Mrs LIda B Perry of Lexington Carnival Aug 8 to 12 who has been the guest of her father Rev T Warn Beagle has returned home Off for the Philippines Mrs Jane Bradford has rebuilt her storehouse in the burnt district It Tho following young men have en- Â¬ will be occupied by Messrs Geo E Co as u grocery It is a listed in the new regiments now be- Â¬ Duvall handsome building ing raised for service in the PhilipThe drouth is aguin affecting the pines and have gone to Fort Thomas George Semones Dudley Corn C crops the temporary relief atfordedÂ¬ by the ruin of Sunday July 16 havChoate Wm Cave ing passed away Flynn naugh C Berry H WymanO Wy- - Mr J W Jameson has bought the man B Edwards C M Walcutt lots of Mr H P Montgomery and and AJE Glore Dr C C Lewis In the burned dis- Most if not all of them were volun- Â¬ trict and will erect several business teer soldiersduring the Spanish War houses thereon Mrs Helen McClure and daugh- Â¬ We wish them all a good time ters Misses Julia und Mattie of ranKiort are guests oi ner miner Dr E H Black on Main street Populist State CoaveatioB Yacod Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ What seems foolish and absurd has been reduced to n skill and science We refer to the high wheel dive nt the Lexington Horse Show Fair and Carnival August 8 to 12 It Is performed from a tower 42 feet high the leap being made into a pool but 10 feet deep While hazardous the diver has made many successful leaps before thousands of wondering audiences It is thrilling in the extreme Our baby was sick for a month with severe cough and catarrhal Although we tried many fever remedies she kept getting worse JR uutil we used One Minute Cough Cure it relieved at once and cured B L Nance her in a few days Prin High School Buffalo Texas J E Tyler In the District Court ot the United Statu for the District ot Kentucky In Bankruptcy IN THE MATTER OF JAMES B GAINES A D 1SW on considering trie petition ot the aforesaid bank- Â¬ rupt for discharge Died on the 25th dar of July 1899 it Is ordered by the court that a i A hearing be had upon the same on the 14th day ot October A n 1899 before said court at Louis- Â¬ ville In said district at 10 oclock In the forenoon or as near thereto ms practicable and that notice thereof be published one time In the Roundabout a newspaper printed In stld district and that all known creditors and other persons In Interest may appear at said time and place and show If any they have why the prayer ot said i cause petitioner should not be panted Witness the honorable waiter Evans Judge ot said court and the seal thereof at Frankfort In said district on the 37th day of July a D On this BANKRUPT 27th day o July A WR I 1899 W O CHA PM AN Clerk 48 lt ByT BWIABD D 0 j j August Lidies Hone Joorntl kjs Hamlin Garland Anthony Hope John Kendrlck BangsvHarold Rich Â¬ It is like cream t but will ard Vynne Anna Robeson Brown feed and nourish when cream Joslah Allens Wire Clara Morris Far-will not Babies and chil- Kate Whiting Patch and Annn quhar are among tho half score of dren will thrive and grown writers of fiction who contribute fat on it when their ordinary stories to the August Ladies Home MV IUUU UW IWt IWM Journal Tho Midsummer Fiction Penoni have been known to Calna Number of the Journal is in many a pound a day when taking an respects a notable magazine It has It tb ounce ot Scott EmuUton brought together in a slnglo issue the dlgativc machinery in working some of the most popular story order to that the ordinary food b writers und tho most capable -a artists to illustrate their SCOTT BO WN E ChemUu Ntw York work Fiction of course predom inates but there are an abundance of timely practical articles especially A New School for Frankfort appealing to home and family inter Â¬ ests and tending to lighten and brighten womens work Prof and Mrs George F Winston The Rev Newell Dwlght Hillis late principals of Norfolk College for D D has an interesting article in Young Ladle at Norfolk Va have this hsue on The Ditluslon ot Hap Â¬ come to Frankfort with the intention tho of establishing hi our city a select piness Through Conversation third of his Secrets of a Happy school of high pjrade for young Life series and Mrs Burton Kings- - ladles Prof and Mr WhHon aro land and Emily D Strlebert write of both college graduates and have had many years experience as teachers With tho Children on Sunday their diversions and Instruction and principals of some of the bet What Can be Done With an Old colleges In tho south They come Farmhouse pictures how nn old highly endorsed not only as people building may be artistically remod Â¬ of high Micinl position and culture eled at small cost On two other but for superior Hchoituship exec pictorial pages are shown the most utive ability in the management of cozy and attractive Houses In schools and KTtipuloui fidelity In all business lelutioiH Woods Valleys and Mountains They have rented the Chiles resi and The Sweetest of Summer Char itles pictures the work of tho flower dence on Second htrect and aro now missions In several cities The latet fitting it up for their opening in Sep feminine fancies in dress are set forth temher Their prospectus will bo out boon Wo beppeuk for them a In Tho Goslp of a New Yoik Girl and Emily Wight writes of tho cordial welcome from the citizens of Newest Styles In Ilalrdresnlng and Frankfort We need such a school Mrs In our city and now let Frankfort Luces for Dress Trimmings S T Rorors cooking lesson is on seo what she can do for herself by Vcold Dishes for hot weather and giving Prof and Mrs Winston their Mr und Mrs Edward B Wurmans hearty co operation i J black-and-whi- Scotts Emulsion didates for State offices in this city on Thursday last completing their work at 180 a m Friday The following is the ticket nomi- Â¬ nated Governor John G Blair of Nich- Â¬ olas The Populists of this State held their Convention to nominate can Â¬ Colored Camp Meetiag Go Carts Baby Buggies TTh Tirirloo Kv Orentest enrriD meeting of colored people ever known in the State Fino music special at tractions Bishops Turner and Salter Excursion rates and will speak special rates via the Queen and Cres- cent ivouie aurusi om uu uwi Ask agents for full particulars te f-- K-V --- I I Â¬ Lieut Governor W B Browder of Logan Secretary of State Ben C Keys of Calloway Auditor Samuel Graham of Mar- Â¬ shall Attorney General JohnTBashaw of Jefferson Treasurer A H Cardln of Crit- Â¬ tenden Superintendent of Public Instru- Â¬ ctionJohn C Sutherland of Ander- Â¬ son Commissioner of Agriculture W J Hanna of Mercer Railroad Commissioners 1st Dis trict It H McMulleu of Breckin ridge 2d District John H Reed of Spencer 3d District W G Patrick of Estill Hon G W Reeves of Ballard was nominated for U S Senator Some of the ablest men In the arty were present to assit by their counsels Among them Hon Wharton Barker ol Pennsylvania and Col J H Felton of Illinois were most con Â¬ spicuous Ringing resolutions were adopted scoring Goebel and roasting the other parties Quite a crowd of delegates wero p resent and a largo crowd was out to hear tho speeches on Thursday night MrlW B Bridgefoul of this city was re elected Chairman of tho State Central Committee Â¬ Â¬ For Infanta and Children Thi Kind Yoi Hiti Always Bought Bears the Signature of CASTOR I A cUcZt44 General Miles Invasion Nice Line Low Pricey Wont bo a circumstance to the in vasion of tho people at Hagenbacks Trained Wild Animal Show at the Lexington Horse Show Fair and Carnival Aug 8 to 12 Bad Blood R Rogers Sons i Cure Freel Breast Stomach Legs or Arms are all curable by B B B Botanic Blood Balm which is made espec FRANKFORT BUSINESS COLLEGE AND ially to cure all terriblo Blood Dis NORMAL INSTITUTE eases Persistent Sores Blood and THIRD ANNUAIj SESSION nKOINS FIRST MONDAY IN SEPTEMBER Skin Blemishes Scrofula that resist BUSINESS DEPT NORMAL DEPT other treatments are quickly cured Mntheiuutlcs Language by B B B Botanlra Blood Balm Book keeping nud Skin eruptions pimples red itching Shorthand Tpewrltlnz Science Knells CM Teleuruphy und general preparatory for comment Service examination eczema scales blisters red or brown Deserving il work students nstlsted to positions Call on patches blotches catarrh rheuma Â¬ H c McKKE Principal or udilress tism etc are all due to bad blood Residence corner Logan und Campbell streets July 2MS1 easily cured by B B B and hence blood poison literally Syphilitic diiven from tho system by B B B STRAY NOTICE Botanlcu Blood Balm in one to live months B B B does not con Â¬ Olio lny this week u MARE sway backed tain vegetable or mineral poison nee unknown camoto nY stable on Wilkinson my One bottle will test It In any case street the old W J Chirm stable ami Is now ii htrny The owner can For bale by druggists everywhere held ns property and pnjimj charges haie her bj Largo bottles SI hlx for SO Send lrolii im- fi nn sumnln tiiitrln wlilili will hn Richmond Ky Fair sent by return mail When you write describe symptoms und per Â¬ iL mDvnn itu Remedies Haro cured 1891 One faro for tho sonal free medical advice will bo Aug Co Address Blood Balm Crescent Route given lnuna cases round trip Queen cal ed hopeless In ten Tickets good ill iuucucu street quanta uu via NIcnolasvllle 48 ly August 6th returning Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Eating Sores Tumors Ulcers Can Â¬ WLW L2XL22BQ33jH DR cer of the Now Eye Lip Ear Neck I JJ Hlilllil U utile WIUM and Whiskey Htblti cured at home with out pin Book of par ticular sent FREE Â¬ Â¬ b lot North rryor uu M WOOLLEY CO DROPSY V V to A- - ifamLsarlfci t l- Alktid - rf- - DfonflJlArV 4tM i f tl 1 fc iiijriXJiUi iV- - kUiir rrmMmFmfTvmmimmttm wtt n pmiVyyyffl mmm VF UUikWJJWB5F1M TvfTTIPw wtjf raHttusaai fTriffJM Ik Ttie FranKfort umm 1800 I Kntcreclntthopotfnnieaiit Frankfort Kentucky an seconcl cliis innllnble matter OEO A LEWIS FIUNKFORT Editor and Pub JULY 29 Tlio vhniiipiiiti shot of tho world Dr W F Carver will give im ex- Â¬ hibition of skill In this llneeiuh lny during tlie Lexington Horse Show Fair and Carnival August 8 12 Dr Carver has well enmed the title f champion of tho world and his fancy shooting has dolled the efforts of nil competitors A Colllilon Chamberlains Paid Halm a trial good If troubled with rheumatism give It will not eot you it cent If It does no One application will relievo the pain It also cures sprains and bruises in one third tho time required by any other treatment Cuts burns Hot Weather Goods At Popular Prices is the last call on Wash Goods Is selling out rapidly under The line the steady buying of well posted people who realize we are quoting Small Pox rfjostbltes quinsy pains In the side and chest glandular and other swell ings an quickly cured by applying it Every bottlo warranted Price Sound CO cts Â¬ m Under the efflclent and vlgllnnt no lion of tho Board of Health baekd up by the earnest work of Mr Jas H Graham tho epidemic of smallpox that has caused so much uneasi As Mr Howard Miller was riding hJLh along Second street on his whet Spent a iood Farm Doctoring Monday morning somo young mnn the lowest prices on the same qualities in town Such beau- Â¬ who Is unknown deliberately drove Mr A N Noel I of Ashervtlle tiful cool airy fabrics at from yd to 23c yd deserve at- Â¬ his buggy against Mr Miller knock Kansas says he spent a good farm We invite inspection and ing him oil tho wheel and throwing doctoring himself for chronic diar tention from all careful buyers The largest and most complete line of Black him some ten feet ugalnst the street rhoca but got no relief and was afraid comparison ness for tho past month has been ef- bruising bis right side loosening his that ho must die Ho chanced to Crepons silks for waists wash silks satin foulards ribbons get hold of a bottle of Chamberlains knee cap knocking tho bark off of his Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem and trimmings may be found at our store fectually stamped out Call and see us There need bo no further cause of leg and mashing his right thumb aid edy and was pormanelitly cured by It For sale by J W Gayle drug- Â¬ splitting the nail alarm and our country friends can Mr Miller was picked up by Mr gist now resume their business connec- Â¬ A J Hydo and helped into his shop A Popular Wedding Trip tion with tho city to recover from tho shock Tho man In the buggy drove on Sad Event C steamer to Is to take a D and never stopped to see tho damage Muckinac Island Michigan If you 311 ho had done On Sunday morning Mr A Phyth want adelightful wedding trip where Mr Jas you aro not likely to meet acquaint Â¬ iau SaflVll youngest son of C new ances tnko one of the D MSafTell committed suicldo under Refreshing Shower steel passenger steamers to tho peculiarly sad circumstances Island of Cool Breezes Staterooms It appears that lie had been in Shortly after 1 oclock p m on and parlors reserved thirty days in good spirits nil day Saturday return- Â¬ Monday wo had a very heavy and advance Send two cent stamp for ing home about 10 oclock that night refreshing shower of rain that lasted illustrated pamphlet Address A and retiring with his family as usual about half an hour and did lot- of A Schantz G P A D C De About 3 oclock Sunday morning good troit Mich Mrs Sailell awoke and feeling cold and chilly Mr Saffell arose and HOW THISP No Right to Ugliness placed a cover over her Ho then walked to the window and taking Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any caso of Catarrh that canTho woman who Is lovely in face CAMP 1899 up a revolver fired a shot not bo cured by Halls Catarrh Cure form and temper will always have called to know what lie His father CO Props Tole- Â¬ friends but one who would he at- Â¬ F J CHENEY do O was shooting at when his wife tractive must keep her health If F nswered that she supposed he was J We the undersigned 15have known be she Is weak sickly and all run down Cheney for tho last years and she will be nervous and irritable If shooting at a dog out in the yard lieve him perfectly honorable in all she hasconotlpation or kidney trouble LOW RATES DAILY a few seconds another shot rang business transactions and financially her impure blood will cause pimples In room able to carrj out any obligations made blotches skin eruption out and his father ran into the and a by tholrfirm to find that his son had shot himself West Traux Wholesale Druggists wretched complexion Electric Bitters is the best medicine In the world squarely through the heart and was Toledo O Waldlng Klnuan Marvin Whole tq regulate stomach liver and kid lying on the floor dead neys and to purify the blood It sale Druggists Toledo Ohio It is supposed that the young mans Halls Catarrh Cure is taken intcr gives strong nerves bright eyes mind was unbalanced and that he ually acting directly upon the blood smooth velvety skin rich complexlooking was not at himself when lie com- Â¬ and mucous surfaces of tho system ion It will makeofa agood down in run Price 75o per bottle Sold by all Drug charming woman act mitted the rash valid Only 50 cents at J W Gayles gists Testimonials free drugstore It appears also that ho must have Halls Familv Pills aro tho bea placed his left hand over his heart wwtinir flip weanon on his left fore A AAA m qr finizer when ho tired tho fatal shot See sranll bills or nsk agents for full particulars as tho left hand was powder burned and his night shirt scorched by tho AVC Rinearson G P A Cincinnati O cartridge An inquest was held and tho jury returned a verdict that death was caused lrom a pistol shot fired by AUGUST 8 9 IO 11 Mr Saliell while laboring under 1 ex Â¬ temporary insanity from the cessive use of cigarettes The funeral services were conducted by ltev Geo Darsie on Monday morning at 11 oclock from the fam i ily residence and the remains were v laid to re t in our cemetery Ho E still have a few FANCY PLAID and STRIP- leaves a lather one brother a wifo ED PARASOLS lelt and have cut the price so ik a daughter of Hon E H Taylor DON 1 three small children anda large 4 low that they will be in reach of any one jr number of relatives to whom the miss the opportunity of getting a pretty PARASOL sympathy of tho whole community CHEAP is extended JfrIVSXr xs 1 JLJ JLfc3 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 4c si M k Â¬ fa v HEENEYS Dry Goods ErriDormm Broadway High BridgE MEETING y Â¬ Â¬ July 2130 s Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Queen Crescent Route Special Sunday excursions Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1Aa7TtTtVFya iraoOavJPa7VJf v S w I mil W 1 -- and 121899 O Â¬ LsMQlon hoi So snow Fan w raival A Little Bit Oif iei vv V Sfi In our notice of tho outing to be enjoyed by the Kingfisher Club wo were led into unintentional error It seems that the organization is a 9 separate and distinct 0110 from the Kingfisher Club and is known as tho Frankfort Fishing Club being composed of the local members of tho old club and a lot of new men Tho club will leave on Monday CinWe are selling the Our ribbon stock is complete morning over tho Frankfort Taffetta and Moire in all shades at very low prices 10c cinnati Railway by way or Cincin- Â¬ 11 nati and Chicago and will go from T7C Orellles Lake u f JJLJJ I that point to Court UUVlLiU o A d U UCUUllllll rtftSUI IIIICIM VI Dhl T TlTirTI Northwest Wisconsin in BEAUTY PINS Our 25c buckles can not be beat This lake is near tho Indian Reser Beauty pins 3 for z cents vation and it Is said but one white r man is seen in that section and ho Is th Indian Agent Tho gang that aro going is com posed of the following gentlemen Geo L Payne Frank G Stagg Frank C Cannon James II Stone 4 T Noblo Lindsey John W Milam C C Furr mid Sidney Bedford Tho regular cook Cliarh s Buckncr will ill his usual place Old Sam Messis S R Smith 2 and Richard Morris who aro mem Laaj bersoftho organization aro detained O On all summer froods We do not want to carrv at home much to their resret Wocnvythcso old boys tho good If you want bier values vard of summer p oods over Ik tlmo they will have and but for a mon y y stringency In tho region of mii nrwior biok should have applied But such itiation ouisclvts in a printing office afc Bridge No- - 41 St- Â¬ Biggest Thing Ever Inaugurated in the South 25000 GIVEN AWAY IN PURSES AND PREMIUMS FOR LIVE STOCK 9fSiSSSSS 1 rCiXiSXSsSxs A1--1 Diving Elks Diving Horses High Bloyclo Dive 6 Unidelesa Monders 5 Bucking Elks 6 Diving Elks Tho Worlds Fair Midway Rivalled with nil tho objcotionublo fontures eliminated For catalogues promium Hsts entry blanks and nil information address j jmc inm JBJSMCjEJunpsi E July 22 td W SHANKLIN EXCURSION 1 Secretary 1 Â¬ T il RATES ON ALL RAILROADS Â¬ 1t I GROCERIES AN LIQUORS j K 14 LOWEST PRICES Eiodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what yoi cat cair i vvva3ayvwartO0 i jCbu JLu m wmi J Vjf -OT- m It Jbruf HBBPHWiranw LS REFRIGERATORS ICE BOXES i r f SXiOV3ESgB y All of them this years stock and the best makes We are going to close out the few we have left at cost If you need anything in this line we feel sure a call will satisfy you that they are every- thing we claim for them 1 if v- - SI JOHN Badly Hurt On Saturday afternoon Mr Ahnor Census Supervisors U S Senator W JL J BUCKL EY Mr A Sanders writing from Cocoanut Grove Fla says there has been quite an epidemic of diarrhoea there He had a severe attack and was cured by four dosfs of Chamber lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy He says he ulso recom mended it to others and they say It is the best medicine they ever used For sale by J W Gayle druggist Â¬ Â¬ V H Sinclair Jr of this city was timid Ivlng by thp akloof the L I N railroad an track near Midway brought to his home on tbo His shoulder and 3 oVloct train aide are terrible bruised and ho is generally badly shaken up The physician were unable to determine whether he was still further Injured internally It Is supposed that he fell from a freight train At the time we write he had not recovered consciousness High Bridge Camp Meeting 20 to 29 inclusive the Frank- Â¬ Cincinnati Railway will sell tickets to High Bridge and return li nted to July 31 at one fare for the round trip account of the camp meeting J R Newton Gen Pass Agent fort July Dfbne has an- Â¬ nounced the following selections for supervisors of the census under the agreement made with Senator Llnd sey First District Alfred C Moore of Crittenden county Third District Herman Morris of Barren county Fourth District Win H Fosten of Green county Fifth District Chas K Caron of JefTerson county Ninth District J G McAlister of Bath county Tenth District Henry 8 Howes of Johnson county Eleventh District J G Forester of Harlan county We are acquainted with three ol the gentlemen Messrs C G McAlister Henry S Howes and J G Forester and know them to be well qualified and capable gentlemen Â¬ JACOB SWIGERT C03 Insurance JLgerits 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Basement of th9 Capital Hotel A diseased stomach surely unde health It dulls tho brain kills energy destroys tho nervous system and predisposes to insanity and fatal diseases All dyspeptic troubles are quickly cured by Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It has cured thou- Â¬ sands of caes and Is curing them every day Its Ingredients are such that it cant help curing J E Tyler Summer Lake Tours Looking for a Mad Stone On Monday last Mr Green Mc Carty of Baileys Mill came to our olllce on the lookout for a madstone He informed us that his son had been bitten by a mad dog one day last wee1 We directed him to Gen one for a log time before his death and had done much good with it Fayette Hewitt whose brother Mr Virgil Hewitt now deceased had see a snow storm id Summer of the year so covered with dandruff that it looked as if It bad been outln a regular snow storm No seen the clothing at this time We never did but we have need of this snowstorm As the summer sun would melt the falling snow so will Ayers Hair Vigor melt these flakes of dandruff in the scalp It goes further than this it prevents their formation It has still other properties it will restore color to gray hair in Just ten times out of every ten cases And it does even more It reeds ana nounsnes tne roots of the hair Thin hair becomes thick hair and short hair be comes long hair We have a book on the Hair and Scalp It Is yours for Hie asking the It you do not obtain all of benaflti Vigor you expected m from the uie the the doctor about It 1robuMjr tome difficulty with your gen era ayitem which may be easily re Addreti too mi there V write 1 UK J V AX tit jiweu BUM m The mecca of Americans resorts has been proclaimed by ail exper Â¬ ienced tourists to be Northern Michigan The climate throughout midsummer compares with Kentuckys Cheap Excursion to Old Point Comfort best October days the hotel accom modations appeal to the most fas- Â¬ Ohio Railway tidious and atford an assortment to Tho Chesapeake second excursion from suit the purse of any the scenery is will run its to Old Point Comfort beyond compare in botli land and Lexington water scape and amusements abound Va on Tuesday July 2oth Tickets in great variety including peerless will be 15 for the round trip good going on both morning and evening sport for the angler good returning The Monon Route from Louisville regular trains and will be granted 21 at to Chicago in connection with the days Stop overs superli steel steamer Manitou uny station east of Kanawha Falls on from Chicago to Mnckinac Petoskey return trip Bay View Charlevoix and a host of Old Point Comfort offers more atin tractions this year than over before The Kind You llarc Always Bought other resorls presents a novelty Bears the Being the most prominent naval tranxpnrtation and makes the outing Signature completely perfect The expense of base during our war with Spain it is captured ships and of this trip is no greater than all rail fitting that the bo Further particulars will bo furnished troubles should our brought there at war vessels are A number of The world famed diving horses on request by E H Bacon District Norfolk Navy Yard Powder Face ajid Cupid have been Passenger Agent Monon Route No other trip offers such a diverengaged to exhibit at the Lexington Louisville Ky sea sity of pleasure mountains Horso Show Fair and Carnival First Typewriter the Invention of a Ken- shore rivers and ocean ils does a trip to Old Point Comfort Mend In Theymake a leap of 42 ieet into a tucky man SecureJ Patent in IS76 your name at once for sleeping car tank of water bqt 10 feet deep and reservations thousands of people have been elecGeo W Barney Hidden away in a dark corner of Dlv Pass Agent trified by the startling performapce the model room in the patent ofllco Lexington Ky of these equiuo wonders They per- Â¬ at Washington with the dust of giving its brown surface a coat form each day during the days of the years Baptist Atsjcialions of gray is an apparently worthless Carnival Aug 8 12 block of wood cut in the shape of a Tho Franklin Association will meet staircase with small blocks of wood Hows This mounted on wires on each of the with the church at Lebanon Frank- Â¬ stairs lin county on Wednesday August When I happened to see tills ob- Â¬ 23 Several weeks since Mrs Burb ject while looking through the J00 Blackburn who lives near Wood 000 models the other day J thought Elkhorn Association will meet lake set a duck upon the usual num It must be some sort or a childrens With the church at Hillsboro Wood On closer inspection my ford county on Tuesday August 15 ber of iga After the required time j plaything had elapsed the old duck showed up curiosity was aroused so that I in- Â¬ one of the busy Art TIMETAMiE at the house with six young duck- Â¬ ducedup the matter for attendants to me It was look lings Mr Blackburn went to the then discovered to be the first tvue- No 21 No 2S place where the nest was and found writer in tho United States perhaps i SOUTH i AM PM in the world the rest of the setting of eggs He If placed by tile side of one of our iv Lexington 815 520 took them out of the nest and threw lBJU model typewriters tne tirst type 911 613 rniiktort shelbyville 1001 700 them out in the sun The next day writer could not fail to provoke a 1100 800 tr Louisville he happened to pass that way and smile from the spectator Instead of black and Ivory letter keys another young duck was coming out dulnty an open framework No 22 No 21 or one of the eggs which ho had witheasy working of tho snowing NOItTH intricato the AM PM thrown out machinery inside its is usual In the 6Kt 830 toulsvllle The question now is did the sun typewriter of today this first typo Lv ShelDjrvllle 701 928 1018 740 Frankfort finish the work of incubation or did writer consists of a closed wooden 84ol 1115 Lexington with blocks of wood half an the process which had been started box square for its letter keys Tho ir inch and so nearly finMied before the paper carriage of the first typewriter mother duck abandoned the nest go is also of wood and instead of tho operator turning the carriage by a on until complete mere touch on an extension rod as is We Invito naturalists to answer the done with all typewriter now question In use when one line was finished on the typewriter tho operator had The Favorite Line M E Church South Conference to use botli hands to turn It one From hand to lift a catch from tho cog Tho Kentucky Conference of the wheel and tho other hand to push i as as Methodist Church South will con Â¬ tho paper around thefar desired first typewriter However much TO vene at Carlisle Ky on Wedne day dltTeis from its grnudchllQren u August ao This Is an unusually close examination shows that it iias CHICAGO early date for the meeting nud a all the er entlals of typewriters t8 wo know them to day great many of our Methodist friends The Inventor of tho typewriter Elognnt train equipment of and brethren are objecting to its be Â¬ was Col It T P Allen of Farmdale Ky who secured ids patent in 1970 luxurious Parlor and Dining ing held so early in the year 1 Theie were other Recalled typo cars and modern Wagner Palnco writers Invented before this date tiut Drawing Room sleopers Another Captain the Allen Invention is tho tirst ma Â¬ For tickets rates and general chine that bore fruit and it is that First Lieutenant ltobort E Grln machine which may be looked upon information by prospective pas ntrud late of the Third Kentucky as the parent of tho 5000000 or more songors to nil tho vast NorthVolunteers was appointed Captain typewriter in u e In the United west including States to day in one of tho now regiments now be CALIFORNIA ing raised by tho President on Fri- Â¬ Two More Appointed apt Grlnstead is from Lex Â¬ day ington and was appointed at the The President has appointed two Frank J Rood G P A request of Senator Deboe to fill the mom Kontuckiaus to be Captains in C II Rockwell Trail Mgr vacancy caused by tho declination of the new leglments They nroCarroll V II MDool P GM Capt Logan Feland who was up Powers Second Kentucky Volun Â¬ 13 II Bacon DPA pointed to both tho army and tho teers and Jns It Ash Third Ken- Â¬ Address Louisvillo Ky marlno corps tucky Volunteers Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mncs OASTORIA j Â¬ Skin Diseases I Â¬ For the speedy and permanent care of tetter salt rheum and eczema Chamberlains Eye end Skin Ointment is without an equal It relieves the itch ing and cmarting almost instantly and its continued use effects a permanent cure ii aiso cures ucn Daroersuch scnld head sore nipples itchingpiles chapped bands chronic sore eyes and grunuiaieu iius Â¬ Â¬ Dr CndVs Condition Powders for horses are the best tonic blood purifier andvermifugo Price 25 cents Sold by County Taxes Notice Is hereby given that the State and county taxes for the year 1899 are now due and payable Pleaso come forward and settle promptly and save the penalty 45 Â¬ tf A Sheriff Franklin County Summer in the North Bkn F Suteh I Â¬ The delightlul summer resorts of Wisconsin and Michigan are readied by the Chicago North Western Ity among which are Waukesha Madison Devils Lake Green Lake Gogebic Lake Fox Lake Lake Geneva St Paul Minneapolis Lake Minnetonka White Bear Duluth Ashland and Marquette Free copy of Hints to Tourists Klit on appli cation to W B Kniskern General Passenger and Ticket Agent W A Cox 135 Vine street Cin- Â¬ cinnati Ohio Â¬ fl Horse Show Fair and Carnival Lexington Ky Aug 8 12th 1899 Low rates via Queen Crescent Route from all points in Kentucky daily August 8th to 12th good to return the 14th Inst Greatest show Lexington has ever had Dont fail to attend Ample room for nil excursionists What They Say LOUISVILLE m Is the title of an exceedingly well printed and finely Illustrated booklet which has just been issued and distributed by tho Chicago North- Â¬ western Ity describing their elecÂ¬ tric lighted 20th century train Tho North Western Limited It Is unique in design and composition and tilRuds entertaining reading A copy will be sent to any ad Â¬ dress by W A Cox IS5 Vino street Cincinnati Ohio Â¬ Â¬ Volcanic Eruptions Â¬ Are grand but skin eruptions rob UucklenH Arnica Salvo cures thorn also Old Itunuing and Fever Sores Ulcers Bolls Felons Corns Warts Cuts Bruises Burns Scalds Chapped Hands Chill lains Best Pile curu on earth Drives out Pains and Aches Only 25 elsu box Cure guaranteed Sold by J W Qaylo druggist life of joy I KPSjSJHlM ciAk SHU OiVlkJiiAUkii 6 r s ijrvvuvtivvivnivi3ivrmjraiiv rinnnnnniuuirutrmnnnnnuTnnnnnrutnnnnnrtnjumrui Sterling Silver and Cut Glass fiJN TWalra vrci iTr onnQnTomo S3 birthday and wedding presents Such presents are easy to select from the large stock of solid silverware which we are carrying We can suit everyones purse SsE5 M A SELBERT Reliable Jeweler Forks of Elkhorn jon fuuinnnnjuuinnnui niiruin nnnnnjinjinvuuinnn Miss Lilly Cole has returned home after a several weeks stay with Miss Pattie South Mrs Chas Weitzel who has been boarding at Crescent View has re- Â¬ turned to her homo in Frankfort Dr Pinder has been at Millville this week vaccinating Little Aline Holton spent last week with her little cousin Viola Polsgrove in Frankfort Buggies Mrs James W Alley and Mrs Tin Kate Mahoney spent Sunday last with Mrs Jake Hurper Misses Barber Adkins and Llllith Spicer visited Miss Sarah Suter this week Misses Jennie Glass and Mayme Oartenhour visited Mlsst s Roberta Moore and Elizabeth Adkins last i week Misses Marylark Nichols Lula Cox and Eflle Huffman of Lexing Â¬ ton are the guests of Miss Caroline Brock Cresent View LARGEST STOCK - LOWEST - PRICES Â¬ Headquarters for Hardware Wall Paper Paints Lime Ce ment Glass Lead Oils Etc Harness Wheels Spokes Iron Steel Roofing Wire Fencing Sash Doors Stoves Tinware Sewer and Flue Pipe Crockeryware Fire Brick Screen Doors and Wire Belting Rubber Hose Farming Implements Guns Powder Agent for Crawford and Remington Bicycles Studebaker Wagons Oliver Chilled Plows Deering Mowers and Binders Majestic Ranges Diamond Wall Plaster Curnes Fertilizer American Clover Seed Saver- - -- V ST CLAIR STREET DeWitts Little Early Risers did me more good than all blood medi writes Geo cines and other pllU or Thompson uonn Jacobs Prompt pleasant never gripe they cure constipation arouse the torpid liver to action and give you clean blood steady nerves a clear brain and a healthy appetite J E Tyler Only Me Millville One Minute Cough Cure quickly cures obstinate summer coughs and colds I consider it a most wonder Miss Maude Tutt of Louisville W was the guest of her sister Miss ful medicine quick and safe W Merton Mayhew Wis J E Irene Tutt this week Tyier Miss Ida Durham of Versailles was the guest of Miss Georgia John- Â¬ Literary Notes son this week a Kodol Dyspepsia Prepared by C C For Rent Cheap The Miss Mag Exum property on Murray street Apply to L F 35 tf Johnson Cure il Sarah Barnwell Elliott has won an envied place in the minds of readers who love simple direct and beauti Â¬ ful fiction She has written nothing more winning for humor and pathos than Fortunes Vassals the com- Â¬ plete novel of the New Lipplncott for August It is a story of every- Â¬ day life anywhere in America you please but penetrated by qualities that show the romance Just below the surface of the prevailing matter-of-faAdvertised Letters at Frankfort Ky Wright of Farmdale Excursions who has been visiting her aunt Mrs John C Quire has returned home The steamer Falls City had a big Mrs Thos Brightwell of Frank Â¬ excursion party on board Saturday fort was a visitor here this week Quite a number went Mrs Thos Gayhart and daughter afternoon Ruby of Louisville are guests of aboard here also They all went to High Bridge returningSundav night Mrs wm uaDum Mr Simon Weil shipped 300 head about 7 oclock of tine cattle which he had on slop at the Old Taylor distillery up a big lot of excursionists from Miss Clara Mr and Mrs B Lackamp Els ton writes One Minute Cough the food and aids Cure saved the life of our little boy Nature in strengthening and recon when nearly dead with croup J structing the exhausted digestive or- E Tyler gans It Is the latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach it in efficiency in Â¬ stantly relieves and permanently It cures Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Dyspepsia Indigestion Heartburn Dlgobts what you eat Flatulence Sour Stomach Nausea SlckHeadacheGastralgIalCramp8and all otherresults of Imperfect digestion Digests what you eat Itartlflclally digests Mo Â¬ Â¬ ct Below will be found a list of letters remaining unclaimed for the week ending July 22 1899 McKinsy Lucy Brooks Sue McDonald Jno Browning H J Crawford Wm HNowak R Ready Jno M Clark Ennis Robinson V B Davis Jno Rawlings Dr J L Duvall Claude Rogers M T Eckler Bud Hkiiiner Dr Foree Charlie Scales Bulak Grary Jno F Gi lives E Brooks Thomas F E Thompson L F Grisby Rachel Weedall R Hoeto Mary Willis R E Johnson F ri Jackson Fred Persons calling for any of these lot ters will please say advertised S B Holmes P M For the llounduboutl Oh Summer Nlgbtl quiot balmy summor night With myriad stars and soft moonlight Oh scented breath of passing breeze And waiving grass boneath the treesl Oh heaving bosom white and fair And tangled loose disheveled hairl Oh throbbing heart and crimson chook And murmured bIrIh that volunna speak Oh lingering kiss that fires the blood And dearth of words thats under- Â¬ stood Oh strangely soft and droamy eyes Oh clone embrace oh paradise Nom D Plumb Oh Bean the Signature of Rev Air Riggs Is away ou his va Â¬ cation viHitlug iriends in Georgia Mrs Jennie Jett of Jetts was the of her brother Esq W W arnell this week of Lexington Mrs Thompson who has been the truest of Mrs W Price Johnson has returned home Dr Pinder of Forks of Elkhorn und other doctors have been vac- Â¬ cinating our citizens Mr Wm Hawkins Is very ill at his daughters Mrs Fred Laval near Frankfort The recent meeting at the Chris Â¬ tian Church closed with 23 additions The tmslor Rev G W Nutter was ably assisted by Rev J Murray Taylor ot vevay inu There Is gregt complaint hero about the lllth from the distillery running Into the greek Many four that fever will follow unless there comes a big naiii to wasli the creek out Mr W T Shy Is still very sick Ho was taken to tho Kings Daugh Â¬ ters Hospital at Frankfort Monday Samij 7 Young Peoples Christian Union Pittsburg Pa Aug 2 Low rates will bo In eitect trom all stations of the Queen Jc Crescent Route for this occasion Only one Free re chango of cars to Pittsburg clining chair cars on night trains 2 and Dates of sale July 31 Aug Ask 3 return limit August 15 agents lor particulars 1899 Â¬ 1 Kissing Bug CafficU 9a Kind You la6 W Bou2hl Tho first victim of the famous Kissing Bug In this city so far as we could learn was Miss Lena Scott of this office TLooscuIatory indi Â¬ vidual stung or bit ho on the loft side of her mouth aid mado qulto an impression J E TYLER Gallatin and Boone counties on Sun day The party went to see all the points of interest about the city aud First Class Steamboat Service called upon the Governor who hap Â¬ pened in his office Between Detroit and Cleveland and Maj W T Flynn was their guide Toledo Detroit and Mackinac D C floatinir sleel palace steamers are while hero now running daily between Detroit Resolutions of Vestry of St Johns and Cleveland Two trips per week between Toledo Detroit and Mack Church on the Death of Col inac Island Regular service will Ed Hensley commence June 17th Spend your vacation on the Great Lakes Send Versailles 22Ky j 2 cents for illustrated pamphlet 1899 July Address A A Sehanss G P A D Whkheas It has pleased Al 0 Line Detroit Mich God to remove from earth mighty our Edward Hensley the father of For RentStore Room beloved rector Alexander C Hen slev The Inrge store room in Masonic JlesohedVhnt the vestry and com municants of St Johns Parish ex Â¬ Tern Die one of the best in the city tend to the family of the deceased is offered for rent Apply to Cajjt their heartfelt sympathy in this their B C Milam or Ben T Farmer Ml great bereavement Jlesolved That these resolutions be Wall Paper spread upon the parish record and that a copy of them he sent to the ftimlly 30000 bolts of wall paper at low Signed Remington and Crawford prices J L Amsden Sr Warden M A Collins bicycles N M Makks Jr Warden 81 tf J N Camden Jit Sec Lewis Marshall W W Field If you have piles curb them No uce undergoing horrible operations W S Taylor that pimply remove tho results of tho J T Bailey dlseaso without disturbing tho dis Sanders Hunter ease itself Place your confidence in DoWltls Witch Hazel alve It has Sad News never fulled to cure otjikuh It will not full to cure you Tvler Hemp Wo regret to announco that Mr hill and Wm McKeo Hardle Leo L Oberwortli the talented young architect received a dispatch on Wednesday afternoon announcing Bean the A The Kind You Have Always Bought tho death of his sister Miss Alh o Oberwarth at her homo In New York City She was only about 23 Try tho Capital Stoam Laun years of ago and was a favorite Tho Is ex dry fur u clean shirt or collar sympathy of many friends lG tf Telephone 17 tended in this hour of sorrow Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ DWltt ACoCblcauo Fraztr Axle Gnats Not affected fay Heat or Cold Highest Awards at Centennial Paris and Worlds Fair Manned pRAZER LUBRCAT0R J bwr Factories Chclago St Louli New York My WM CROMWELL Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky Will practice In tue Alio Real Estate Agent Courts ot franklin and tne adjoining counties and will also Rive special attention to the pur cbase and sale or real estate collection or rents claims and tne negotiation of loans OASVORIA Dr Cauys Couditfon rowdcrs are just what a horse needs when in bad Tonlo blood purifier and condition Thoy are not food but vermifuge medicine and the beat in use to put a Price 03 horeo in primo condition conta per package Â¬ Â¬ For sale by J W Gayle and Gayle Co LeCompte fcjj jfrtflHrtfofBTaAilallUl islBsaTBslBWBm jUsWBttfBS2KjBBtMBfn mr rmaym l TttWjFw WftfflFKtW r fm3Ti -- - vrrfijwyifTi jtw fr Pf vjr MID SUMMER fif Nk VV CLEARANCE - SALE MILLINERY Trimmed bonnets and hats at half former prices Sailors from 25c up EYRRYTHING MARKRD DOWN LAWNS From 4c yard up Dimities worth 15c now 10c Dimities worth 20c now Dimities worth 270 now 20c Genadines worth 40c now 15c HIRT WAISTS co waists 125 waists 150 waists 8200 waists i Ready-to-wea- r now 50c now 65c now 75c now 100 skirts in pique and linen at I2c VAL LAOES 200 doz Val Laces and sale at 20c doz yards and up moderate prices Insertions on SILKS 48c for silk worth 65c 68c for silk worth 85c 78c for silk worth 100 100 for silk worth 150 All our colored wool dress goods including checks at cost up-to-da- te UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS 98c for Gloria 1 Umbrellas with beautiful MATTINGS AND RUGS A lot short pieces of matting and a small lot of rugs at bargain prices handles worth 50 Parasols at big reductions JOHNSON DEATHS - HOGE Half Rates to Lexington - 3 ir Main Street Your Money At his home on Wilkin this city on Monday morning Mr Lnrkin Truell aged about 80 years after an illness of several days from typhoid fever Mr Truell was an Industrious and upright gentleman He had been an employe of the Kentucky River Mills for a long time He leaves a wife and one child to mourn his TnuEiiL son street The funeralservlces were conduct- Â¬ ed from the family residence on Tuesday morning at 0 oclock by Itev R Emmitt Abraham after which his brethren of the Junior Order of American Mechanics took charge of the remains and they were fcuried with the honors of the Order there being a full attendance thereof death Ky on Wednesday morning Mrs Annie Nelson wife of Dr Nelson and sister of Mr C C Furr of this city Mrs Nelson had been n great sufferer for u long time and death came as a happy release She was a devout Christian and was thoroughly prepared for the change The funeral took place on Thurs day morning and the remains wero placed in the Harrodsburg cemetery at 1 oclock of that day Account Horse Show Fair and Carnival On August 8th to 12th Inclusive the Southern Railway will sell round trip tickets from nil Its stations in Kentucky to Lexington and return at one fare round trip tickets good to return until August 13 1899 Three dally trains In each direction For tickets and further information apply to nearest agent Southern Railway Wm H Tayloe Asst Genl Pass Agent The Most Fop That is always our endeavor to give the public better values for the same price than can be had elsewhere Our line of Oxfords this spring fully justi- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Callery Louisville Ky At the residence of Mr Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures dys Â¬ pepsia becausejlts ingredents are such Tne that it cant help doing so public can rely upon It as a master remedy for all disorders arising from James M imperfect digestion Thomna M Din American Journal of Health N Y JETyler tie fie- I ftr ji ft B he first steps in a path that ends in con sumption against that hidden V The great protection foe disease is Dr JJicrccs Golden Medical Discovery It protects the vulnerable points the stomach lungs liver and blood when the blood Is In a healthy condition disease germs cannot Gnd any permanent lodgement When the stomach is sound turn strong the life is sound and strong Dr Pierces Golden Medical Dls- fclso fcovery i not only the best medicine for Impure blood weak nerves weak lungs Ana weak stomach but is a strictly temper- fance preparation No alcohol or whisky In it No syrup or sugar either Still ft retains its curative powers perfectly in any climate Br Pierce invites you to counsel with him by letter free of all cost He has I treated and cured thousands of oases many of them doubtless just like yours It costs you nothing to lay your case retort A him Write to day Address Dr U V M Fierce lluflaloN Y Thos Doyle Logan street on Tues- Â¬ day morning at 2 oclock Mrs Ellen Callery widow of the late Win Callery Esq aged 85 years Mrs Callery was a devout Catholic and a good woman Since the death of her husband sho had made her homo with relatives on the South Side Crutcher At the home of her The funeral took place from tho husband on the Louisville pike on Church of the Good Shepherd on Friday night Mrs Helen E Cruteh Wednesday at 9 oclock after which r wife of Dr W Lee Crutcher the remains were placed In our cem- Â¬ aged about 4li years after a lingering etery m apneas Daiton At his home near Spring Mrs Crutcher was a noble good popular with all Hill this county on Wednesday woman loved and who knew hei She was a faithful morning Mr Jasper Dalton aged and consistent member of thu Bridge Â¬ about 52 years of acute Brlghts disport Christian Church and had been ease Mr Dalton was a teacher by oe- ainee her girlhood cupaton and had taught quite a When the last summons came she waspreparedand passed away calmly number of district schools in the brother-in-laof aind qiiielly knowing In whom she county He was a 1 Mr Jumes M Wakefield and leaves Jiad lelieved a wife and ten to mourn his Shf leaves a do Voted husband and untimely sad children to mourn her death three children Howas a faithful member of the The funeral took place on Sunday family residence Christiun Church afternoon from the Ho was also a member of tho Odd services being conducted by Rev Gemge Dtieb after which the reÂ¬ Follows and Frankfort Lodge No mains wete placed in our cemetery 27 ol that order took charge of the MW friends sincerely mourn her funeral ceremonies after religious exercises at Antloch Christian Church departure f on Thursday afternoon and tho re NklsuN At her home in Sal visa mains were buried with tho honors of Odd Fellowship in the burying ground af that place HIDDEN FOES Spanish lmihwhackers In the Cuban Universal sympathy Is felt for his war covered themselves vyjtli palmetto leaves and 0 disguised lurked among the truly berelt fajnily bushes undetected hy the American rol- Sneed At the home of his daugh I Mi deadly the bulfi a let fromasthe bush- -- tcr Mrs Cora S Ball In Columbia jgjmvsfx Mo on Thursday July 20 Dr A ArmaiA-r- F Stiued aged 72 years Dr Sneed was the undo of Judge whackers rifle W H Sneed and was born and raised ouen turic be near Benson this county He was a hind familiar disguises A devout Christian had Just asked common uirnsuijLf in uiu aujijiui utuii wniui cold such as you have his head fell on his breast and he wug thrown off a score of gone times may now Ho leaves n wife and three children A V a mat JHWl the uncommon to mourn hlsdeath inr cold which vou with Masonic ordersHo was lmried at Centralla cannot throw off Then vou have taken Â¬ w fies us in this claim For this price we can sell you an oxford made of soft fine kid solid leather throughout with a wide corn toe patent leather tip Qne of the best bargains in our store ionable bull dog all kid or vesting tops kid or patent leather tips tan or black All have genuine turn soles 100 5 jFlf f OASTORIA stalls traitors Cutffflfa Dairy Cattle Uea iry dfl I 9a lne Pr trag from of lowto cut shoes Any toe corn the fash- Â¬ The dairy cattle show at the Lex ington Horse Show Fair and Carnival is open to the Jersey Iloistein Freisian Ayreshiro and Guernsey and the big premiums offered prom- Â¬ ise such competition as was never Tho before seen In Kentucky classes take in every age from heifer under ono year old and up and in eludes as well premiums for herds besides the tret of one bull and pro- duce of one cow They are cata logued for exhibition the third and fourth days August 10 and 11 Â¬ The famous Queen Quality Ox- fords in tan and patent leather vesting top and the newest styles The best shoes VHaiilvi Qfci2 made lor the price Laird Schober Cos fine Ox fcrds These need no introduction as they are thefinest ladies Oxfords made All the up to date styles and toes either patent SB leatner qr Ka iips u PO WWi Â¬ Oir ilh j yibrs at Leaders 1 100 are Â¬ DrsKK 2UYARS 250000 IN OHIO CUBED NotMhir can ho mnro dcmnraliilnir R meGkttfe 212 Son The Leading Specialists of America St Clair Street Frankfort Ky f WECURE EMISSIONS youDpor mtddlo agcd men than Ue pres They ence of theo nightly lone MCttlkUWBB MVIVUU9UGB9 U 1CU11UK of disgust and a whole train of symptoms luey unm a roan tor Dullness married life and social happiness No matter Whether caused bv ovll halilta in vnnth natural weakness or sexual excesses our evr Meiaoa Treatmont will poEltlrely cure you Â¬ -- In Just What You Want 233 Desirable Residence for Sale Â¬ aJ NO CURE NO PAY Header you need help Early abuse or later excetses inujr have weakened you Exposure may bavo diseased you You are not safo till cured Our New Method win euro you xou run no risk I asfctf 1 xounir aian Inn nrn nnln fehln and haijardi nervous irrltablo and ox and despondent I blotches and plmplea sunken eyes wrinkled faco stooping form and downcast countenance roveal us uugai of your existence citaulo Vou bocomo forgetful inoroso 20000 CURED H Mo CitUTCliKit At his homy in this county near Duckers on Thursday Mr John II Crutcher uged about 78 years He was an upylght indus trious and modest cltlssoii Ho leaves a wife and three grivyn children to mourn his death Thro funeral took Iplaco on yesterday atternoon WECURE VARICOCELE No mfittfir hftw snrlnnn vnnr cnna mnv he or how lonir you may have had It our NEW MKniOl IHEATMENT will euro it Tho wormy veins return to their normal condition and henco the sexual organs rocejvo proper nourish- Â¬ ment Tho organs bocomo vitalited all unnatural drains or loses ceaso and manly powers return No temporary benefit but a permanent euro uasurcd NO CUKK NO PAY NO OIKllA NO DETEN TION NKUUS8A11Y T10N F110M UUaiNESS Â¬ For the past six months we have been selling The Red CIrelo PHI a preparation oriulnatetl hy an old and Hiiecessful Kentucky physician and used hy him for sixty years in the treatment of all liver kidney and stomach troubles Tho Red Circle Pill has not been advertised in Frankfort Our sales however huVe been phcnominal and In every in Â¬ stance tho remedy hasRlvcn satisfac tion Ifyounresufferlnir troin uys- ia indiirestlou constipation bil iousness jaundlco palpitation vor- tliro or with an old fashioned head ache if a female from painful or In- Milliclent orexcessivo menstruation or from any trouble arising from a dls arranged or torpid liver tho Red Circle Pill Is warranted to rellovo you or wo are directed to refund you your money Try a box at 25 cents Onco in your family you will never ho without them w McKeo Har flo tf dle J W Gaylo Oaylo Co In tills isstio gives notlco that they have tho very latest and most Improved Kodaks and photographic supplies for sale As thero aronny number of persons using Kodaks In this community we call especial at tentlon to tho matter Mrs Ilensley wishes to dhpo se of her residence containinjr i rooms fino parden and reen house For terms Inquire at 41t Ann street 18 4t Teachers Take Notice Under tho orders of the County Board of Health and ovvint to tho presence of small pox In tho county the teachers of district schools in this county are forbidden to open their schools until due notice from tho County Superintendent County School Superintendent Lugy Pattie Niagara Falls Kodol Dyspdpsia Cure Dlnests Thoadof theLcCompto what Vou eat B Mr Chsrlea A Moore of llvcmlle Mnun Co I had been afflicted with luug W Va write trouble for two years I tried all the suiround iag physician but they did me no good After u lung period I taught your Golden Medical Dls cuvery and alter taking four bottles I a en tirety cured I now feel ttrouger than I ever did Constipation the cause of so niany dls is quickly cured by Dr Pierces ease They regulate and Fleashnt Pellets strengthen the stomach liver and bowels Accept no suDDiuuic Â¬ Buffer frojm tenderness or fullness on the right ldo pains under shoulder blade cons ipatlon bilious Â¬ ness sick headache and feel dull If you CURES GUARANTEED Wo treat and euro SYPHILIS OliKET EMISSIONS IM POTENCY STHIOTUUE SEMI- VAHlCOOEliE NAIi LOSSES UhADUEK AND KID NEY diseases CONSULTATION HOOKS IUEE FREE OlIAllOES MODERATE If nnahlo to call wrlto for a OUICrmUN IlbAWK for IIUMK August 8th the Frankfort Cin Â¬ cinnati Railway will sell tickets to Niagara Falls and return via O H it D at 8 for thu round trip lim Â¬ ited to August 25th General Passenger Agent Kodol Dsspepsla Curo thoroughly digests food without aid from tho stomach and at tho sumo timo heals and restores the digestive organs It is tho only remedy that does both in theso things and can bo relied upon to permanently cure dyspopsia JV 10 J R Newton heavy and sleepy your liver is torpid and congested oVUh Llttlo Early Itlsors will cuh you promptly pleasantly and porntancntly by re moving tho congestion and causing tho bllo ducts to cipon and flow naturally Tjiky Aiti anon vima Tyler Hemphill ami Win McKoo Hardlo Â¬ TUEATJIENT Kennedys 122 iM zvscs K erg an I O 1 W FOURTH ST stiB fcf Beri the BIgnature of CINCINNATI AsB AfsW iksB OiLSTOXlIA s9 KM You HaveAIways Bought Tyler Mm jviviili j AtaiJiijli iLfctfc JkiAstLilj4mii - - tA jtttr t ii - ifn fJrtsffte fllAsMii tafiiiii L tL i ViiA J BttiiSs MiMililBiiMMCTMMMMr 1T w In i hii imiWii Wi mAti iMi imimmHk il 1 iam iTPfWJF w 1 yf 7 TwFW ww- - mirst Sl ID C CRTJTCHER m CO ZA Furnishing Goods Mens strong working shirts 20c worth 40c See them and you will buy them ioc childrens knee pants worth 25c 20c All our 25c and 35c suspenders go at 20c m We commence this day our great Clearance Sale No use to tell you the whys and wherefore its the prices that interest All our summer clothing shoes hats you and furnishing goods are included See the prices below and watch our big show windows Mid-Summ- Mens Shoe Dept All 500 mens shoes 398 All 350 and 400 mens shoes 275 All 300 mens sjioes 249 All 250 mens shoes 1 98 All 200 mens shoes 175 ioc ioc ioc All our 15c and 20c suspenders go at All silk club ties Clothing Dept One 3 175 worth worth 15c go at large lot mens linen suits 50 All our 1000 and 1100 suits 40c consisting of Bide and Black Serge Fancy 60c Cheviots 50c One large lot laundried shirts 2 col- Â¬ Cassimere and 1000 All our fine Cassimere Black and lars worth 75c go at 50c Blue Serge suits that were 1200 and 1400 75c The best white laundried shirt in the The very finest Black and Blue 12 50 world worth 100 Serge fancy imported worsteds in the house 20c Undershirt or drawers worth 25c and that were sold for 1500 1800 and 2000 100 All wool Cassimere pants cutfrom 150 38c Finest balbriggan shirt or drawers 150 AH wool Cassimere pants cut from worth almost double the money 200 and 225 ioc One big lot boys stockings worth 399 The finest pants in our house cut from 500 and 600 15c and 20c One large lot negligee shirts worth ioc 3 for 25c 20c All our silk tecks and 4 in hands worth 25c and 35c Fine all wool Cassimeres Fancy Blue and Black Cheviots that were 750 and 500 750 shoes 130 Large lot mens odds and ends pointed toe etc 125 Alli50 mens 800 Ladies Shoe Dept All ladies 350 and 400 shoes and Oxfords 298 ladies 300 shoes and Oxfords 240 ladies 250 shoes and Oxfords 215 ladies 200 shoes and Oxfords 175 150 ladies shoes and Oxfords 130 ladies 125 shoes and Oxfords 110 Large lot odds and ends in shoes and Ox- Â¬ fords pointed toe etc 125 Jenness Miller shoes and Oxfords excepted Any straw hat in the house at half price All All All All All DC V CRUTCHER our mfuutes and a copy sent Dismarks Iron Nerve to the widow and published in tho Roundabout Wa the result of his splendid health Indomitable will and tre Â¬ p guthwe mendous energy are not found whe 0 Geo Doxaldson Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bo eN are out of order If you want Milton Dean u these qualities and the success they Committee bring use Dr Kings New Life Pills kThey develop every power of brain Death of Col Robt Q Ingersoll and body Only 2w at JWGayles GO THE NEW WERNER EDITION OF r iSi K Old and Rare Paper Mr Rogers u gentleman who lives near Benson brought to our office on Saturday a rarity in the way of a newspaper It wajt a copy of the Ulster Count Ouzetfe pubi lished at Kingston Ulster county N Y of date January 1 1800 It gives an account of the death and the funeral obsequies of Gen Washington which occurred Dec U 179 It also had the proceedings of Con gress It contained many curious old time advertisements couched in the quaint language in vogue at that day It used the long S i It was published by Samuel Freer Son on very coarse paper Taken all together it was a curio of great value and was nearly worn out by long handling Â¬ l The King of Reference Works drugstore The Encyclopedia Britannica The Pilot knows just how to steer a vessel jto bring it safely through the shoals and out into the open Just so me Encyclopaedia Britannica is the orie absolutely reliable guide for the voyage of life One cannot go wrong if its teachings are followed It tells the mistakes men have made how others havesucceededand why An intelligent man gets good from the experiences of others and steers ciear 01 tne rocKs tney ran against I he very presence of the encyclo paedia Britannica in a house gives the place an intellectual tone A library of thousands of volumes does not offer such an oppor tunity for successful home study and development as this master piece of literature There is no more instructive reading on earth than that contained in its 30 volumes To a life whose current runs toward the future this great work is indispensabie Just now you can secure the tho noted inlldel lecturer and lawyer died suddenly at his home on the Hudson In New York on Friday morning ije had not been feeling well for some time but was better that morn fng He went to his wifes room and sat down to talk to her when he uddenly leaned hack drew a long breath and all was over Col Robt O Ingersoll aghSOUTHERR Rfl LWftY 42fr IN KENTUCKY lu effect June 11 1H0 NoS No 1 Nofi EASTPotmn 741 lam 4iO tn Lv Loulsvlllo OCVam b 31pm IUpai As Shelby vUlo tcledule i Five famous diving and bucking elks are on the daily program of the Lexington florae Show Fair and Resolutions of Respect Carnival They daringly Jump from has pleased Al a tower 42 feet high and alight right Whereas It side up Into a pool hut 10 feet deep raichtv God in His wise Provi Â¬ These wie el krt have been trained dence to enter the CouncilÂ¬ toideandln this exhibition they Chamber of Capital City Coun buck like bronchos They exhibit cil No 29 Jr 0 U AM and each day during the Fair Aug 8 12 Ar Versailles Ar Lexington WESTBOUND AT Lurencebg Lexington Versailles 065am e2um l16am ajftiui 10am 715IU1 No a No 2 780am Lv Ar Ar Ar Ar No Sbetfjyvlllo Loulivvllle 13 Larcncebg ft I Spin fWam 912am 005pm Nttum 1040am tittpm 7am a 20am kVipm loowpm lORpm No 4 JTlClftara lKpm vJltam KA8TUOUNU 630pm ispra 730pm jutpm No 11 STATIONS 74oam Lt LouUvtl Ar 1000am Lv LorncbrgAr 1043am ArllurodsbgLv Mam Ar Uurgln Lv STATIONS WKSlUOUK o No Vi 735pm KNoTim 510pm ft Mr Til1 l 425pm 415pm 7Sfom 7I0H1 tNo 08 EART110UNO WK9TH0UN0 Larkin Truell and being desir ous of giving expression to ournPtlm stnrlinf morits of our decensod brother as well us thefeeling of Borrow that fills our hearts therefore be it Resolved That while wo bow in humble submission to the Sovereign will of Him to whoso power wo all must humbly bow knowing that what He does is always for the best yet our hearts are burdened with sorrow and regret when wo romombor what a faithful and ofiicient member wo have lost ami also that in him we had one who ex emplified the principles oi our order being a loving and duti Â¬ ful son a kind and affectionate husband and an honored and upright citizen Resolved That wo hereby ex Â¬ tend to tho paionts and widow of our deceased Brothor our sincere and heartfelt sympathy in thoir timo of bereavement and bo it furthor Resolved That a copy of these resolutions bo sproad o Â¬ Â¬ remove from our midst Brother No 15tNoB7 400pm 740am b33pm 000am fi50pm laiSam 710pm II 10am 740pm 1305pm KARI1IOUNU Lv Louisvll Lv bholbvil Lv Verslles Ar Mldwuy Ar Q coram STATIONS Ar Ar Ar Lv Lv No IB 1040um 912am 750um 730am 700am 7spm 300pm g 41im 238pm 735pm aofipm Encyclopaedia Britannica For One Dollar Cash tna paying the balance in small monthly payments Remember too xne enxire 1 niny volumes wun a uuiae ana an eiegani wait Boolf Case will be delivered when the first payment is made you will be surprised when you learn the tNOl 10 tNo 6 WESTBOUND tNo 6 tNo S Horse Show FAIR AND CARNIVAL The Greatest Show of its kind ever known in the Blue Grass n33p 812 AT Dates AUGUST 1899 LEXINGTON One Fare Round Trip from all points in Kentucky via the QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE Ask Ticket Agent for particulars W C - MNIAMON -- o - r CIRCINNATI - TJ- iHiB 1 ic it 1st 740m 745pm Lv Louisville 1045am iafiiu Ar Lexington itiiiy Liaise uliuyi yuiuiucai i iic luiujJicic ocv 700pm 745ain Ar Knoxvlllo No i Nev Style Buckram Cloth Marbled Edges Extra Quality High VIOam 110pm Ar Ashovillo Maclime Finish Book Paper 4500 nudum Ar Savannah tiroam Ar Jacksonville rlrst payment une ollar fi 00 and Three Dollars 300 per WT 610pm ovliiiti month tnereatter Ar Chattanooga 1045am 1150am Ar Atlanta No 2 Half Morocco Marbled Edges Extra Quality High Machine Finish 1 10am 2 25pm Ar Macon Book Paper t6ooo 910am IMOam Ar Jacksonville First payment Two Dollars I200 and Four Dollars I400 per 680pm 045am Lv Chattanooga 1005pm 180am monthltnereafter Ar Ulnnlngham 50pm 28oam Ar Meridian No 3 SheepjTan Color Marbled Edges Extra Quality High Machine Finish 825am Ar New Orleans Book Paper l75- First payment Three Dollars I300 and Five Dollars fs oo per Trains Noh 1 2 5 and 6 between Louisville nnd Lexington carry Frco Observation Chair month thereafter Cars Is granted by paying cash within 30 days after the A reduction of 10 No 1 connects at Lexington dally with receipt of the vyork cars to Chattanooga Ulnn Â¬ through sleeping lngham and Sew Orleans nnd through xlcoi or i FOR SALE BY from battonooga to Atlanta Macon and Jack- sonvlllo Trains Nos 3 and 4 through sleeping cars be Â¬ tween Louisville and lilrmlnghiim connecting at Lexington with throuch Pullman slcepert via Harrlmun between ICnoxvlllc Ashcvllle Columbia Savannah und Jacksonville Cut Rates to Pacific Coast Boarders Wanted The only line with tbreo dally trains be Â¬ tween Loulsvillo Sholbyvlllo and Lexington tDally except Sunday Other trains dally Tho Frankfort A WllEDON Two Rontleien or a gentleman and STSW1JT Cincinnati Rail Â¬ Lexington Ky wife can obtain ilrst class board in way 18 now soiling tickets tofPucIlic Ky LouUvillo O A WAino T P A Louisville Ky lnrRO airy front room second floor Coast points and to tho NorAh west FSaANNON3d VP4GM J M CUMT M Washington D C Washington DO Third Btroet South SIdo No 320 or at very low rate Ask ticket agents WHTAYLOBAaPA WA TCUKOPA for particulars Washington D Louisville Ky by application iat 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