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HX1 MKswl IM7r A vwv9iff ww3fTTp vp T7 0f The x Frankfort Eomdaboft A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS GEO A LEWIS Publisher V VOL TERMS 100 In Advanoe NO 50 XXII Bound For Manila FRANKFORT KY SATURDAY AFG 12 1899 hi fhk fry - A IF K ift the fishes very dryly nnd feelingly the least bit of fatigue They came VtlVAtUiZSu9npZS alongside aiid lor our amusement replied If J swallowed It It is widNrihuhuidUkJbJbJKUkUUUUJkUUlJUUI UBBUEJIRDDCiaaUaUQI en The same dally routine wasgono and their gain would dive for pen I3Q ca through with each day the samo ults thrown overoonni into tno ca To the Roundabout nn IS LI 139 Our battalion stntloned nt Fort trackless expanse of water the same ocean and to our amazement never na nn Crook raeivtd others to proceed to splash of tho waves the same rigor came tmturuln without a broad grin rn en San Francisco there to be Joined by of the ship as she pldws her iron on their sun burnt faces and tho ob CJ ca nn the two battalions stationed nt Jef- sides through the hissing brine until Ji ft of their dt scent in their hands nn They hud not the least fear of tho ora and Leavenworth the monotony is marked with only ferson Barracks ca ci nn thtse waters tap and to so measure our time ana dis- Â¬ a sea gull or flying fish to attract sharks that infest they ca have been na ones attention from his novel or his although at times tance n to meet at that point on the nn eu killed by them duties ca 29th of May on no following our arrival we uu Alter having lived through seven The day Our battalion leit Fork Cook in ca Were driven to the points of interest nn two sections on the 124th giving us days of this DO busine w our in and uround ttie city and shown CO DO five days to make the two thousand SO DQ miles of overland travel The others eyes were mude glad by the siir ht of the most marked attention by our LU oa Hawaiian Islands distant newly made brotheis We saw the nn GO put in their appearance promptly landthe uo oa and we marched from the Oakland about 2200 miles south by west from Punchbowl the remains of u once nn nn Spreckhs ca uctive volcano the famous Ferry to pier ko 12 at the foot of San Francisco ca on oa Never before had I In any way sugar plantation the shares of which oa Folsom street where the U 8 transoa port Grant lay nt anchor The appreciated how dear this sight must sell for JGU each tho native nuis on DEI a taking on of coal and supplies nnd have been to those ancient marines made from grass banana groves the GE1 Sa who for weeks and monthvnlled on museum containing all the former equipments requiied more time than ga God alone knew where no won- war implements and dress of the nn was at first calculated upon nnd we ca did not leave our pier as soon as was der their first act was that of prayer chiefs the table upon which King on DB expected but remained over until it mattered not to them whether It Kulakana Is said to have lost one ot Da ca aa oa the next day This delay however was to Neptune or to God who hnd his best Islands in a game of poker oa ca did not work any hardships as it safely guided them to harbor To with an American naval officer the nn aa gave us n good opportunity to get a their untutored minds the effect wis royal pulnce with the remaining evi- Â¬ uu ca GO the same they realized that It was dences of its former splendor and its en sight of Chinatown and a few other aa oa own weak and human yetinspiringnndmagnificentgrounds nn points of Interest in San Francisco not to their on Decoration Day actions that guided them safely over nnd last out for beauty by no on The next day aa - Cg I an ocean hitherto unmarked aa by any means least attractive point of lnterat half past four p m we drew in aa j est was Waukakali Beach which is ca the hawsers that bound this magnif keel an i ca icent vessel a sister ship to the ilH The first appearance that greets one said by travelers to be one of the aa G3 through a pair of blnocuiars as he most delightful for surf bathing in ca wrecked a few fated Mohican aa en months since off the Lizzard to her raises them to his eyes to view these the world an ca rough mountain- Â¬ Here we witnessed a very interest uu anchorage nnd amid the din of islands is that of a aa GEJ very DO bands whistles nnd cheers from the ous country volcanic in origin and ine and to those who tried it a aa DEI crowds assembled along the wharves little does no dream that in the val- Â¬ thrilling experience that of surf en B3 ca we turned our bow towards the Gol- leys nnd along the rivers beyond boating A long narrow boat about ca nn ca den Gate the entrance to one of the grow the nnest iruits the loveli- 20 feet in length by 2i feet in width en ca ea most excellent harbors along any est flowers that ever ripened or blos- 1s rowed by a native oarsman con- Â¬ ou oa coast Every one seemed or tried somed for the use of pleasure of man- veying his guests 2o cents a head out en En uu ca to appear cheerful but I knew full kind Why our political fathers hes- to a distance of a mile or more lrom ca en well that my own was not the only itated one moment when it was in shore to meet an iucoming white ca vn aa heart on that vessel that was aching their power to annex this wonder capped wave The rear end of the ua nn ca and throbbing as it had never done fully strategic and productive croup boat Is very dextrously placed on the nn en before I scarcely realized what it of islands is beyond my conception crest of this swell and so kept there uu ca G3 meant to leave ones own native unless it was in their case like that that the wave gives to the boat a en ca laud and those whose lives are of many other of our citizens a total truly remarkable speed carrying it en en dearer to him than his own lifes ignorance of their worth On the towurd3 shore with dangerous rapid ca ca rn other hand is there any wonder that ity However little you may care en blood uu ca pro- for a ducking you are nevertheless Waiely out of the harbor we saw a the ill starved Lilioukulani nn nn held constantly expecting to he thrown OU aa small sloop rigged yacht standing off nounced Gn ourstaroourd uow This we Knew to her rightful possessions with a ten- out and to have the unpleasant task rn Office Head of Clinton Street ca Telephone ioo to be thu boat that was to take off acity second only to that ol lite sur- of paddling yourself all tho way into en en aa the pilot who brings nil large vessels rounded as she was by a confiding shore although you may have been ca GnnnnnnnGnenRnrncnsneniannnencnenrjncnRnnncBearnnPcnGn safely out into the ocean nnd past all people a productive soil and a balmy foolish enough to pay for your ride UUUWUUUSIUJUJWUUUUUUJUiJUJUJUJUJUUUbULUUJUilUULIJuaDC In advance climate We took several trios danger from shoals and rocks These islands were first discovered and thanks to the skill of our pilot This added more gloom for now w were in the hands of oillcers and by Captain Cook of the English we were never upset This is done crew who like ourselves were navy in 1778 who had Just turned on a smaller scale by the native boys making this trip for the fltst time back from the Behrinc Straits after who swim out as far as they care to and whatever fate their Inexperience an unsuccessful attempt to find the go carrying with them a plank nilcht bring It was likewise omsas north passage He named them tho made for this purpose and then sudSandwich Islands in honor of Lord denly wheeling and kicking at a well as theirs Standing on deck and looking at Sandwich the English First Lord of furious rate to get sturted they ride the shores of our native laud fade In tneAdmiralty He twice visited thee the surf with a grace and ea e that Is thu distance as the sun sets over the islands tho second time losing his known only to them Many of our hills that gird its shores the mist life In a manner yet unsatisfactorily party tried this only to be turned head over heels nnd thrown around deepening tho sullen sound of the explained crested waves as they seem to try to The group contain 8 in number in promiscous manner by thsee tion impede the progress of any intruder ranging in size nnd name as follows respectors of persons While standing on the lookout the thought of loved ones of tho Hawaii Otihu Maul Kauai Molokai Their tower on top of the royal palace I hazardous undertaking ahead nre Lanal Nihau and Kahulaui calculated singly to drown all aggregate area contains about 5000 heard in the distance the strains of mirth but when these are collect- square miles The chief city of the tho sweetest sacred music I ever lit ively forced upon one at one and the group is Honolulu and permit me to tened to I asked the gentleman same time the leenng unit ioiiows is remark in passing mat the most who had kindly taken us to this in However brave a beautiful spot it has been my pleas- - spiring point of observation what It overwhelming man may be however strongly he ure so far in life to see is this samo meant nnd he replied It is a Por- may leel his own importance if he iar distant city oi xionoiuiu New tugeso funeral procession it was comes to realize what a small speck port Rhode Island with the lavish then half past six in the evening and in the worlds makeup he really is I expenditure of millions has made It I was curious to know why the time know of no better way of demon- a place ot wonuenui neauty hut for such a sad function was postponed strating how insignificant individual here in this gem of n city nature until so late in tho day It was to humanity is than by subjecting him seemed to unbosom herself and spill uvold the heat of midday and to perto earth the choiclest plants fruits mit those of the laboring classes who to this experience Those who grow up surrounded by flowers and climate that the craving cared to do so to attend a small sphere in lite imbued with disposition of uian could wish for liy tho time this explanation was thejr own greatness those who gov- Â¬ It has a population of 30000 com gone through with I saw in the dls- ern imperially their own microcosm posed of nutives Japanese Chinese tance the pure white uniforms of the O fo would learn to leap on others and Wf iifwuiri A mnplnano arwl Tmvll il knnil tnnr to tlin irttilwtfl trt Mm glvdta every force whethtir human It has all the modern conveniences slow march time of Nearer My God Cw or mechanical its proper share of inut go to muKu a piaco naouaDie or to i nee There were no lewer man respect rather than appropriate the rather more than comfortable such fnrrv rrfti nnil hrum ItmrriimnntR in and to one who had never whole if they could go through this for instance as well paved thorough- Â¬ efore heard sacred music so played same category But strange as It fares electric lights street railway may seem one regards life last of all nre department wen organized po had not witnessed the sad procession under martial music the effect was and it mutters not to him whether on nce etc his return trip he occupied the Cap Â¬ The natives nre copper colored nnd awe inspiring Then came the hearse tains quarters or cold storage pro Â¬ somewhat in general appearance like draped In black tho horses beauti vided by the Quartermaster for un- our North American Indians They ful blacks from Kentucky societies fortunates who sacrifice their lives are above the average size the wo Â¬ of which the deceased was a mem pain nor death Obituary not always to country hut often to men being as fine specimens of the bcr all in uniform tho chief stew Â¬ She was 20 years old and had been satisly the morbid love of curiosity fair sex as It is possible to find ards of the town tho family and While they nre not so lithe nnd del- friends of the dead and bringing up Our community was greatly grieved a consistent member of Cedar Ohopel and travel The bete nolr of ocean travel Is as icately turned as their Bisters in the the rear was nnother band dressed to bear of the death of Miss Mary M E Ohuroh from early childhdbd Surely n shining all who have tried it will testify States they are far hotter dovelopcd as was tho first In pure white with flunyan Thomnson which occurred mark for Death loveth Runyan was to miserable misunderstanding one All of largo size with large waists all reed instruments playing slowly nt tho homo of her sister Mrs John to lovo her know Mary that invariably has with his stomach It nnd enormous development of bust that sweet sacred hymn Safe iu tho Ed JohnBton In West Salem Va The funeral service was at defies drugs scorns persuasion and showing unhnmpered growth from Arms of Jesus It was to me sacÂ¬ July 20 1809 She was the daughter Salem ohuroh by Rev held H tho W H laughs with nauseating derision at childhood They are very Intelli- red lovely sad of Mr D A Thomaaon who was well Joyce and as tho sun was sinking in its luckless victims whose name is gent kind industrious and sober One custom they have far in ad known hero previous to his removal tho west that dear body was con legion I am proud to say I never nnd I was told that prior to a few vance of ours they do not deposit to Virulnla Her father and two signed to mother earth In tho Rosb years slnco they did not know tho the remains of their sacred dead and sinters Mrs J E Johnston and Misa Hill cemetery of Salem mu sed euting n meal but equally She spoko of death as a sweet relief of the fact that I never kept meaning of drunkenness or immo- Â¬ then have a horee Ynco to sco who Louise of Salem one sister Mrs N A Vnughn of Franklin county Ky to her pain racked body but no mur ono down long enough to derive any ralitythis followed so called civili- Â¬ can reach home first mur passed her HpB that hor fate was benefit from It for what seemed to zation During our short stay here I After coaling for Journey of over hard to bear and she longed me to be u mouth but In reality did not soon single case of lntoxicn 6000 miles that was to follow taking She was sorely afflicted having had tlmo when her loved ones for tho should proved to bo only two days During tlon except in our own men nor a on supplies that weio noeded and a paralytlo stroke about flvo years follow her to that bright otornal this timo I HotiLlit religiously tho boirLar oh left homo As wo came iutotho harbor feeling bidding farewell to our newly mado helpless but Since heclusiou that a cabin grants Woop not dear frlonds for wo know recovery t al in I have felt tho better our way through the narrow channel mends wo turned our how rtird meekly nnd cheerfully that our loss is her eternal gain for tho overhauling I was forced to that leads to tho docks wo saw a ngnln all tho while wondering how Hho movoa to Virginia two yoars L number of tho native boys divo from go through with ago with tho hopo of Improving her Irritating stings bites scratches There is a ridiculous sido to every the pier nnd start for tho vessel many of thoso 1800 souls on board health but human skill and loving thing One night soon after stmt None or them were over ten or would live to greet this lovely spot kindness could not avert that fell wounds and cuts soothed nnd healed ing op our long voyage some ono in twelve yeais of age They seemt d once more Who knows dostroyer Death Just as tho sun by DeWitts Witch Hazel Snlve a the crowd nsked If the moon was up as much at home in tho water as on was pooping ovor the eastern horizon sure and safo application for tortured W II Dade A liieklei s individual who had in land and can remain iu water for her spirit wtngou itS HlBllt to that flesh ltawnre of counterfeits J E To bo continued voluntarily donated nil his rations to half a day at a time without showing bettor land whore there Is nelthorTylor ia Â¬ If You bed-at-nlg- Have Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Coal on hand when the bad weather comes youll be considered a wise man Wise people are putting in next winters coal now My coal is clean and dry and the price is always right Let me supply you tffi Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ this year I i Â¬ Â¬ A Dudley Blanton i Masonic Temple Hardware Â¬ STAGC Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Matches Superior the best 12000 for 50c Fruit Jars Masons quarts per dozen 34c Razors and Knives A money refunded guarantee Beautiful Hammocks screen wire Lawn Mowers size 12 inch blade for 225 BACON j ii lllfC i and will cheerfully make estimates II areaents wood Floors and floor preparation s Johnsons Hard Stagg 8c Bacon I I I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ ft - S ITS Â¬ u i ttAb - ikkteM I 2 r r PERSONAL ri r - 7 O were guests of friends at Bridgeport county attended the funeral of his brothor-ln-laMr W T Shj on this week Bowling Saturday Miss Lizzie Holllns from Mrs M L Campbell who has been Green is tho guest of Mrs Wm visiting relatives at Dayton Ohio Cromwell Covington Ky returned home Miss Bessie Watts loaves to day and Saturday for an extended visit to relatives in Mrs MoHenry Rhoads and children LouisvillE father at Miss Mary Will Violott has ro who havo been visitlnc her home Sat Ky returned turned from a visit to friends in Millwood urday night Louisville Miss Maud Ray of this county vis ofMrs Jas A Hodges and children parents visiting ited Mrs E J Roborts of Bollepoint DrLouisville are and wifo her Stampin E H Black Thursday ing Ground Mjs H T Stanton 1b visiting her SN E Commander daughter Mrs C W Dorsey at and wife have 0goneColahan U to Washington Hill Crescent City where ho will bo stationed for Miss Alice McCallen of Louisville tho present is the guest of Mrs Lee Buckley Mr Geo L Willis wife and chil Second street dren who have been visiting relatives Misses Howard of Louisville are here have returned to their home in guests of Mrs Ben G Williams Shelbyvllle Second street Mr T G Chapman and wife of Miss Christine Bradloy has re- Bowling Green are guests of his son turned from a visit to Maysville and Mr Walter G Chapman and wile Shelby street Flemingsburg Misses Lizzie Hudson Harriett Dr W O Green of Louisville who McCluro and Cordelia Bull have gone was called here by tho death of his mother Mrs Grant Green returned to Niagara Falls this week Mr Ohas M Harris tho handsome home Mr Olarence Hawkins of Chicago young attorney of Versailles was in Ills was the guest of his parents tho city Monday S Hawkins and wltem tnis Col Mr John E Miles attended the city Johnthis week this funeral of Mr W W Hawkins in Mr Edward W Hines who came Versailles Friday bo near being drowned in a shipwreck NC Mrs Pat McDonald and daughter on tho way to newiouncuana re- Â¬ Mrs Sam Bennett went to Loxing- MIbs Jenye attended the Carnival in turned home Friday ton on Tuesday to attend tho Carni Loxington Thursday Mrs Russell Sneed and children val Mr Edmund Haynes Taylor of who have been guests of her mother Mr Ben II Blanton ana wifo were Atlanta Ga Is visiting in this city for some time have returned to their guests of relatives at Versailles Sun- and Woodford county home in St Louis Mo day Miss Julia B McCluro leaves this Prof McHonry Rhoads who has MraJno B Llndsey ahd daughter Â¬ mornlne for Honkinsvllle to visit her been in Los Angeles Gal attending recuper- f aunt Mrs Walter Kelly Miss Lilian are at Petoskey the National Educational Society re ating Prison Commissioner and Mrs Ed turned Saturday night Mr M P Giay of Chicago Ills is Fennoll have cone to Eddyvllle to Mrs Wm T Worrall who was visiting relatives here and in the stay a couple of months called here by the death of her county Mrs Harry McCoy of Tyrone is mother Mrs Grant Green has re MrsThos E Kenney and children visiting her mother Mrs Robt turned to Now York City of Louis are visiting tier paieuts in Owtn Parsons on the South Side Mrs Fred Harbsmeier county of Mrs Jas L Watson has returned to ville and Miss Rosa Hack Mrs JeUer LB are visiting Mibo Edith Kantz of Evansville her homo in Loxington after visiting sonvilit Inu weisenburgh Ann street Miss Carrie her sister Mrs S U Holmes Inci is the guest ol Selbert Messrs Ben Marshall John S Cox Mrs Ferd Jacobs and children who Cincin Â¬ have been vlsitinpr relatives in Cin Fred Holfman Tom Hall and Burton Miss Katherine Selbert of Weaver were in Cincinnati last dun nati is the truest of Miss Carrie cinnati havoreturned home day witnessing the ball games Selbert and wifo of GeorgeMr Jesse Peak Miss Carrie Keller of Cincinnati is Miss Susan A Crutcher has re town were guests of Ool D C the guset of her sinters and brother turned from a visit to relative at Crutcher and wife this week Mrs M A Selbert Mrs V Berberlcn Bagdad Misses Frankio McDonald and Bush una tur Chas Keller in this city guests Miss Esther Parsons has returned Morton of Winchester wore Mr Thos B Rodman wife and from a visit to Mrs Harry McCoy tt of Mrs E P LilJard this week daughter little Miss Julia returned Tyrone Miss Lula Martin who has been the Monday from a visit to her mother Rev Wm Crowe jr has gone to guest of Misses Laura and Josie Mrs Jos H Llndsey in Mt Sterling Southern Kentucky to assist in a Hughes has returned to Ashland Mr Grant Green jr of New York meeting Mr Richard K McCluro jr who who was called heie by the illness and wifo have has been visiting relatives in Chris and death of his mother Mr Grant Mr M A Collins gone to Atluntio City N J lor the tian and Todd counties has returned Green loft for home Saturday evon hot term ing homo Mr Arthur Peter jr and wifo of Mr J B Hendrick wife and chilof Lexington Miss Ruth McArdle Louisville were guests of friends hero who has been the cuest of her sister dren Mrs Mary Hendrick Mrs this week Coleman Miss Sarah Mrs T B Hutohison has returned Chapman Broomueld and Miss Fannie HenMrs Geo Washington of Newport home gone to Wequetonsing to was the guest of Miss Eliza Overton Judge W H Holt and family re- drick have time spend sorao last week turned from a stay of several weeks Mrs Robt R Robertson who hos Misses Ada Eva and Bernico at Dawson springs on aaturaay been visillng her sister Mrs J Gray friends in Lexington night Scottow visited MnTnnn in this oitV has BOne tO this week Mrs Jno W Gaines and daughter Rnntlnnd to ioln her husband In Mr John Hellor and fumilyof Louis- Miss Mavme were guests of Mrs E Ardrosson Ayreshiro where they ville wore guests of relatives hero 0 Hathaway In Lexington this will roalde In luture week this week MIbs Mary Watts Brown and her B Bryson of Nicholas guest Miss Hawley of Aurora Ills Mr II Misses Georgia and Emma Payne Misses Ruth Ely and Ella Johnson and Messrs wood Longraoor Joe p Rodmon and Thos Hall under tho ohaperonago of Mrs 1ranir uaitzene Azasl attending the ami in Lexington sign Cobwebs about a house are usually the Elks Fair and aro registered at that thehousewife has more than she can do the Phoenix the woy she goes about its that all her time Dr Jno A Lewis the eminent and strength are utilized In doing heavy work j If she physician and surgeon of Georgethat she uses soap in her cleaning town was in tho city on Saturday in would only use HSfflvfefirV consultation with Dr O II Reynolds i Dr n K Wallace and Dr W A TtnlHno- mflr the caBO of Mr AUKUHt e i weDer inoy iouhu uuiiukouiuui u it- - if tn nnrnU uowiiuiu iuo liver furthor developments before operat ing w rolatlvos at Midway Mr J 0 Hubbard was In tho city Sunday and Monday Miss Katlo Bianch Is tho guest of friends in Lexington Mr Eucono Craiir snont Sunday at his home in Versailles Miss Iruo Hunt Ohlnn is visiting irlonds in Winchester Mr John M Qaylo jr attended tho Lexington illr tins weok Oapt Jamos T Williams of Louisville was hero on Monday Miss Natalie MoDanlol is attending the Carnival at Lexington Mr 0 M Wllkorson and family loft for Lexington on Tuesday Mr Lon Ulytho of Oraofonburg was in tho city on Monday Misses Julia andSalllo Showalter left for Loxington Tuesday Mrs Maude V Stephens is visiting relatives at Abordoen Ohio Mr J J Downing attondod tho Fair at Lexington tins week Mr Geo A Lewis made a business trip to Lexington Thursday Miss Kutheritio Llndsey is tho guest of Misses Scott In Lexington Mr J 0 Thomas and wifo loft this morning for Urennon Springs Mr H G Mattorn of Paris visited his family in this city Sunday Mr Frank Hconoy has gone to New York City to uuy ins lull stuck Mrs Frank Walker of Louisville is visiting relatives in this city Mr Chus Fugazzl jr attended tho Caruivul at Lexington Tuesday Miss Katherine Jouetc of Emi Â¬ nence spent Sunday in this city Col Jos A Scott and wife returned Saturday from a trip to Mackinac Col D W Wright of Howling Green was a visitor uero on Tuesday Mrs Meal and children returned Monday from a visit to Harrodsburg Mr R W McKery returned Satur Â¬ day from an extensive business trip Mr T M Fleming was the guest of relatives at Flemingsburg this week Mrs Frank V Gray has returned from a visit to lriends in Scott county Mr E L Samuel and wife are visit ing Mrs W T Llndsey at Tryon Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mr Garrard Hodman has roturnod from his vacation Miss BobbIo Borrynmn Is visiting LARGEST - STOCK - LOWEST PRICES Ce- M uy Headquarters for Hardware Wall Paper Paints Lime ment Glass Lead Oils Etc Buggies Harness Wheels Spokes Iron Tin 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 VjJi 1 m Z f - mi i Diamond Wall Plaster Curnes Fertilizer American Clover Seed Saver 3VL A OOLLIKTS ST CLAIR STREET M j fi 4A - FEW Â¬ LEADERS JUST FOR A i i a j Â¬ STARTER - A good bed room suit A good iron ted A large Mammoth Rocker 1250 250 - 9 100g Â¬ A cotton chain matting 15c per yardg A Brussells carpet 45c per yardj A cotton carpet at 20o per yardS Go everywhere else and then come to us and we will ri 3ILa ILm SUCCESSOR TO RHODES BURFORD 1 FUBHITU3E MMPflNY Â¬ George Furniture and Carpet H 22 X Stehliq 471 225 Ma n Street Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i CB M HA 89 ft If VIHBS A fWz2m JjhZfjffiZsfn STANDS FIRST AMONG WRITING MACHINES w SUPERIOR CONSTRUCTION SIMPLICITY DURABILITY AND EASE OP ACQUIREMENT Â¬ fipLiiAOsS Â¬ The SMm prquqi r TYTEWRrTER jW VTV4r tfa3 4f CaJJJvN JM Â¬ I LIGHTENS LABOR H GOLR ffl L m3k rwfi Â¬ - ba llrw1 Â¬ Wasting Powder heavy woik would be so lightened that the little things nesdnt be Gold Dust gives a woman time to rest time to visit tlmo neglected to read and time to sew It Is much better and cheaper than soap for For greatest economy buy our Urge package all cleaning CHICAGO K THE N ST FAIRBANK COMPANY NW 101IS YORK Kodol Dsspepsiu Cure thoroughly digests food without aid from tho Btoiiiach and at the same time heuls and restores the digestive organs It is the only roinedy that does both of these things and can bo relied upon to permanently cure dyspepsia J BOSTON E Tyler have come und all nature in smiling Ingiiln The crops are greatly bene iitted and full pasturage will doubt Â¬ Mr Qulncy Sparks of Hunting- - less he abundant For which we all ind visited relatives hero should return thanks to the giver of this week every good and perfect gift Rev T Warn Beagle pastor of Mrs James A Hodges and daugh the Baptist Church is assisting the ters of Louisville are guests of Dr pastor of the Cedar Grove Church E H Black and wife Franklin county in u protracted Sam Beiitlv an ex convict was ar Â¬ meeting restee on Tonrsdiiy charged with Master James Sprako is vjslting being one of the gang that sand his uncle in Lexington and attend baugeil and lolihed John St revel of ing the Elks Oarnlvul this place in Georgetown July court Mrs Josle Dawson and children of day He was held over to tho circuit Texas who have been guests of lel court in default of faoo bull Yacob utives In this place for some weeks have returned home BIRTHS We regiet to announce that Dr 11 Illnck hud thu misfortune to E Siiinkle In this city on Friday Mil llll UIW MU1II sidewalk near his home on Tuesday of last week and to Mr Geo Shlnkle an wife a break the cap of his right knee Owing to his iige grave ears were daughter entertained that he might not reÂ¬ Kodol Dyspepsia Cmo cures dys We were Inhumed how- pepsia becttusejits Ingredents cover ever that his physician thinks that that it cant help doing so aro such Tie he has a fair elutnco to do so He public can rely upon It us a master stepped on a plank that was loose remedy for all disorders arising from and it flow up and caused him to Imperfect digestion James M fall Thoiiuis M D in Atnerlotn Journal Tho looked for and prayed for rains of Health N Y J E Tyler Stamping Ground lrg Â¬ Â¬ 1 I Â¬ Â¬ u fttr TI V VJ Ijrfffi fa C JC CA i Mens Black and Any Straw HaU A large stock of seamless in the house at Mens handker ment of new neck Brown wear in Club Ties socks Good ser half price Quite a number of desirable chiefs white and Band Bows Four-colored border styles left in hands and Tecks viceable quality A grand assort 1 ix tiirt 10c 3 it for 25c 12 Price B poo aim in i a Â¬ e m k tit h fi w FIFTY ONE YEARS F MAOV KCXJIDSOlsr TR ELEVENTH DISTRIBUTON OF THE A A m i t burden and fell on sleep Rest to his ashes and piace to his Tribute to the Memory of the Late soul Waller Franklin by Hiram That his memory fade not from Lodge No I the minds of men hut be treasured i In our n i chives wo ask that this tribute be recorded upon a page set At the regular communiration of apirt for the purpose 1 F A M on Hiram Lodge No To toe devoted wife now journey- Â¬ Thursday evening the following re Â¬ ing down the hill of life alone and port of a committee appointed at the to nis allectionate daughter and sons meeting was adopted and we tender our warmest sympathy last stated orderod spread upon the minute TO THE MEMORY munity he gently laid down lifes Go Carts Baby Buggies- LEXINTON t P Si Gio A Ltiwis V A KAiruximoK Bin T Faumimi INVESTMENT CO JXTLTT top f or BROTHER WALTER ROLAND FRANKLIN PAST MASTER Born October Died 1st 1823 ISO Committee 25 1899 vra JK B July lJth An Upright Mason An Honest Man A Good Citizen a Kind nnd Loving Husband and Special Coupon Fund Consumption Paid Out - - - robbed of its terrors by the fact that the best med- Â¬ ical authorities state that it is a curable disease and one of the happy things about it is that its victims rarely ever lose hope is You know there are all sorts of secret nostrums advertised to cure wm 2544 4lj 2538 05 Nice Line - Low Prices Father ft V FA t Vii s Madean Entered Apprentice April 1 June 8 Passed to degree of Fellow Craft August 21 1818 Raised to the subli mH degree of Master Mason 1848 1840 Coupons Cancelled by J A EDGE W P PARRISHWitnessed by t HON PAT McDONALD OUR GROWTH- R Rogers Sons Frankfort- lot S5 MUM MUaill andWhlfkey I DR Htblts cured at homo with Â¬ out pain Book of particulars sent TREE Â¬ - Uj utile at WOOLLET CO 104 North Fryor St B 4 Some make absurd claims We only say that if taken in time and the laws of health are properly observed consumption Paid Certiflcato Holders to September 18J8 October 1898 November 1898 Docombcr March 1899 18J8 ftp 5S M EMULSION the throat and lungs and nourish and strengthen the body so that it can will heal the inflammation of SCOTTS January 18U9 February 1899 April June July 1899 J 899 1899 May 1899 RESERVE Real Estate and Mortgages Approved Securities Accrued Interest Cash on hand SCSI fin 1GG9 44 FRANKFORT BUSINESS COLLEGE AND 5024 11 NORMAL INSTITUTE 7311 81 THIRD JIVNBH SESSION wvmxg FIRST MONDAY IN SEPTEMBER 8955 8i 117G0 74 BUSINESo DEFT KOftMAL DEPTl 1478 J 19 Book keeping Mathematics IHiiguigeC English and Shorthand Typewriting Science 17510 79 preparatory for Civil 20042 33 Telegraphy mid iw iieril commercliil wont Service examination 24232 79 Deservlnz students assisted to positions Call on or address II C McKlIE Principal 20014 89 Resldencn torner Losrin and Cunpbell streets FUND- - July 21 tSl a Stv To the Worshipful Master xmtm and Brethren qf Hiram 4 throw off the disease We have thousands of testi- Â¬ monials where people claim they have been permanently cured of this malady 5oc ind Jloo ill druggists SCOTT BOWNE Chemists New York 0089 03 2580 00 182 08 1721 30 810573 Gl STRAY NOTICE One day this week n BAY MARE svrav backed unknown came to my stable on llktnson street the old V J Chlnn stitile mulls now held as a stray The owner can hue her by proving property and Alng charges N I McDANIEL July 22 llOiMt UK Total LEXINGTON N L Bo8WorthM D Co Investor J 13 Cason Wardens odye ATo Accident to the Firemen I r If K 5V Again the silent messenger has en- ladder wagon were responding to tho tered our Lodge and summoned to alarm from box 2 ri calling them to partake of that rest prepared for the the brewery shortly after two oclock weary and heavy laden a venerable father among us and his Instruc on Tuesday the two conveyances tive tongue ever ready to impart collided at tho corner of Broadway true Masonic light to his less inform- Â¬ and Ann streets ed brethren is stilled in death A It seems that the hoso wagon went faithful workman from the quarry down St Clair and up Broadway to of life hasgono to submit specimens of his skill to the inspection of the Ann while tho ladder wagon went Grand Architect of the universe our up Main to Ann and down Ann to loss Is great and our hearts are heavy tho point of collision within us Capt Jullun Kersey who was on Brother Walter Roland Franklin was born and reared In Frankfort the hose wagon was thrown off nnd Ky and before a large majority of to the pavement in front of tho the present membership were born Board of Trade Hotel cutting and became a member of Hiram Lodge No 4 Having for his precentors spraining his lame leg pretty se sucn men as Henry Wlngato A G verely Mr Eugene Phillips was Hodges and Philip Hwlgert men thrown oir the ho o wagon and his who gave to tho Masonic bodies of Frankrort an enviaDie repiuauon in left arm cut open about two inches tho grand bodies of tho State he requiring several stitches to close up learned Masonry in Its broadest and tho wound truest sense to walk uprightly bo One horso attached to tho hose foro God and man squaring his acts by therulo of truth and virtue doing wagon was thrown down and his unto others as he would be done US hind leg cut above the hock The He beeamo a pillar of strength In tho horso attached to tho ladder wagon order and upon his shoulders fell tho was thrown down and dragged some mantle of Henry Wiugate when that great light in Masonry passed to distnnco by tho force of tho collision tho Grand Lodge above Nino years and cut on tho leg and on the back ho was master of this Lodge serving Wo could not learn who was to the craft with fervency and zeal and blame tite intlrmltles of ago began not until to grow upon him did lie lay the Tho wagons wero only delayed ft bmdon up in younger shoulders short timo and then went on to tho Loved ami honored In tho order honored and respected In the com tire Â¬ Â¬ soon The young may die the old must die and the wisest knoweth not how F A M George FCopeland Cunningham As tho hose wagon nnd hook and O D Royalty Levi Imogene J F Burton 0 Matteson G Nellie A Roso Mrs h T Kirohner Nloholas Dally John L Tompkins P J Gorraley S F Dolan Mrs Fannie Bullook Mrs E D Potts Mrs Ida M Coates Amt Fd in 18 20 44 20 52 00 82 60 20 00 0 60 13 00 7 BU i Amt Rcod 54 60 132 60 161 00 50 97 78 19 39 00 50 00 Peay Bnm Magoe Mrs A B Jones Miss Julia Gormley 13 00 32 60 62 00 6 60 19 60 65 00 05 00 10 40 IB 20 19 60 13 00 18 00 18 00 23 40 39 00 97 60 156 00 19 60 68 50 195 00 195 00 31 20 64 60 68 39 39 39 50 00 00 00 Fees Roturncd 5 00 20 00 20 00 12 60 10 00 2 50 5 00 2 50 6 00 12 60 20 00 2 60 7 50 25 00 25 00 2 60 6 00 7 50 6 00 5 10 6 00 3 60 Total 59 17G CO 162 00 110 88 22 44 25 44 110 17li 22 FARM FOR SALE I have a farm containing SEVENTY SIX ACRES of land east of the Old Crow distillery which I wish to sell There Is a tobacco barn 70x3u feet Dwelling tontnlulng four roims Usual outbuilding Well watered by never-fall-lu- g sprints or terms Ac nnply to W it 66 220 220 FRANKFORT John F Edgo Joe Moses IS Proposals will be received at the office of the Board ot Prison Ci muilssloners State Peniten- Â¬ tiary Frankfort Ky for the building of an extension to the prison sewer In the city of Frank frrt said extension to be completed as soon as possible Plans and specifications on tile at the 66 00 of 44 03 ulncB Aug th Hoard 12 ni ts will b- opened on Tues- Â¬ 15 b at day oclock noon 14 00 By order o teie Board HENRY GEORGE 44 00 Chairman Frankfort Ky Aup itb 1899 83 69 60 Â¬ 00 00 00 00 00 90 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 70 w 11 liAtilBl PROPOSALS 60 19 60 mit 22 00 LOUISVILLE 102 70 308 10 NOTICE 25 00 333 10 1RANKLIN CIRCUIT COURT Win Cromwell Trustee v vs Amt J A Edge Lexington Ky f2 2 Id in i John F Edge Name Withheld i Ky Loxlngton Ky Frankfort it 5 5 2 5 5 5 05 65 65 80 30 65 30 80 80 111 John J Riley it it 6 Amt Rood Ernest eer Ac J 7 95 By Wrttie of an order made and entered In this 7 9i cause on August 4 lICj 1 will hearnnd report 7 5 proof of all claims against Ernest Mer and will also report nu liens In the plead 15 90 ings and any other lions of asserted which may Â¬ record or a 15 90 rsserted by proof before me and to that end a 1 creditors of said Meyer are directed nnd required 7 05 and are hereby noililed to appear btfire me 15 90 nnd prove their claims and liens If an before 15 90 September 1st lb99 W 11 POSEY 15 90 Master Coinr F o C 15 90 1 5 30 Name Withheld it ii 65 30 30 80 80 5 80 5 30 2 66 15 90 7 60 2t 15 15 15 15 16 16 7 95 90 90 90 90 90 95 Tlio soothliiK nntl healing proper tiesof Chamberlains Cough Remedy Its pleasant tasio and piompt and permanent cures Imvo mado it a great favorito with tho people- every whoro For sale by J W Uaylofc drug gUt - Tie Frantfort fioimilaiioiit Rntcred ntthe polonies at Krnnkfort Kentucky tin sucuiiu vinss inuunuiu iiiniici Wicked Misrepresentations GEO A LEWIS Editor FRANKFORT and Pub AUG 12 1809 Another Daniel Come to Judgment Our friends of tho Anderson Mws nro tilco fellows fine fellows they are In Inst weeks paper they wero pawing up the premises mid snorting worse than a three year old short horn of the male persunslon about Deafness Cannot Bo Cured tho Roundahout suppressing the facts in regard to small pox in this city and upholding the senseless By local applications no they cannot reach tho diseased portion of tho ear quarantine they had up there against There 1b only one way to euro deaf ness and that is by constitutional us Now lo and behold It turns out remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucouo that they had four cases of small pox lining of the Eustachinn Tube When their ownselvea which had been on this tubo is Inflamed you have a hand forty several weeks and did not rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing Is entirely closed deafknow it was that disease until and when it ness is the result nnd unless tho in patients were convalescent and fiamation can be taken out and this the they had several new cases on hand tubo restored to its normal condition destroyed forever and our Dr John Graham had to go hearing will bo ten are caused by t5 nine cases out of It was there and tell them what catarrh which is nothing but an inSo much lor these fellows that flamed condition of tho raucous sur Â¬ suppress anything pulling face will give One never Wo Hundred Dollars out their checks and saying Just for any case of deafness caused by We would look at us to catarrh that ennnot be cured by Send for cirHalls keep the fact of small pox being in culars Catarrh Curo free our town from the public But as J P OHEENEY CO Toledo O for those Frankfort fellows they are ESTSold by Druggists 75c wicked wicked and deceitful men Wrecked They only publish a health bulletin every day As Mr Lew Choate and nnd his Alas alas How are the mighty - son were riding down St Clair street fallen Another fro trying to become as large as an ox with the usual in a buggy on Tuesday Just nfter noon the horse slipped on the wet result brick street and fell breaking tho Out of thine own mouth will I shafts one of them short off judge thee Since writing the above we have received the Anderson JWics of this Bears tho Ttie Kind You Have Always Bought week in which after giving a long account of the small pox epidemic in that place it uses the following lan- Â¬ 5 Lawrenceburg Fair guage tfj There have been caes of real small That first class old fashioned and pox in Lawrenceburg but they are altogether isolated and there is no genuine fair will be held as usual this ft more danger on the streets here now year commencing Tuesday Ausust than there is on the btreets of any 15 and including Friday Aug 18 other Kentucky town People come and go Just as they have always The premium list is full and liberal done and wo see as many persons nnd the rinus will be likewise here every day as there were before We trust that a largo crowd of peo the disease made its appearance ple from this section will attend this AVe appeal to our readers to say fair and have a good time and see a whether or not this Is almost exactly fine exhibition the language we used and for which We desire to return thanks to Pres wo were told that we were sup ident J W Major and Secretary J pressing the facts and a great big W Gaines for a complimentary lecture read to us by the editors of ticket paper Â¬ Esq Jas A Lyon was In town county county dny Monday and says that some malicious liars have been systematically circulating1 tho story In tho Woodlako and Forks of Elkhorn section that it was danger ous for any one to come to this city on account of small pox nlso tlmt tho patients at the pest houso wero dying so rapidly that It was Impos sible to bury them fast enough The fact Is that there has not been n single death from small pox and all the patients are rapidly convaleslng The circulator of that llo ought to bo branded Â¬ Â¬ T 4 V Hot Weather Goods At Popuiar Prices Crepons Crepons This class of goods has received more at- Â¬ tention this srason than any other Our Black Crepons are without a doubt the prettiest for the money tliat have ever been shown in our city before They have that beautiful finish and stylish effect which charms the eyp and satisfies that inward desire to aooear well All we ask dressed is that you call and ex- Â¬ amine our joods for we are satisfied that we can show you some wonderful valurs rang- Â¬ ing from 50c to 250 per yard iTbis is the last call on Wash Goods The line is selling out rapidly under the steady buying of well posted people who realize we are quoting the lowest prices on the same qualities in town buch beau- Â¬ tiful cool airy fabrics at from yd to 23c yd deserve at- Â¬ tention from all careful buyers We invite inspection and comparison The largest and most complete line of Black Crepons silks for waists wash silks satin foulards ribbons and trimmings may be found at our store Call and see us 4c HEENEYS Dry Goods Emporium 311 Broadway Km THE WINSTON SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES Frankfort Ky A boarding nnd dny school for young Indies nnd children Primnry Acndcmic nnd Ancient nnd Modern lnnguiges n specialty Colletfinte Dopnrtlncnts French nnd Music Art nnd Elocution Instruction Individ- Â¬ Ocrmnn tnnght by Berlitz method ualized nnd very thorough in nil depnrtmonts Constant pernonnl intluenco nllko in hours of study nnd recreation Discipline that of n well regulated Christian family Terms reasonable Session begins SEPTEMBER 12 1800 For Information m ft Rljtai Our Fall goods are beginning to arrive In dome tics Wfc LbAO m low prices Although woolen and cotton goods have advanced considerably in price we will continue to offer goods as low as ever NOW is your oppor- tunity to save money by buying your staple goods before we are forced to put up the prices rk or catnlogue address m GEO P WINSTON - Principal 49 6t THE GROCERIES OASTOHIA Â¬ 0 LOWEST PRICES jjdFrankfort CINCfNWAII ufn il O D LIQUORS S fc Â¬ Cincinnati Railway AND 1I Si O bJuSJLL m vPIlT 0 V stations 037 a am O Â¬ Â¬ ONLY DIRECT LINE BETWEEN N trains to Louisville and L way stations 301 p ra FRANKFORT C RAILWAY that tSK FOB TICKETS VIA F pm L Change of Meeting Place Churches RcopcncJ mSN cujilueol trains Â¬ In etloct Daerab r Eth 1898 The various churches of tho city by tho subjoined with the exception of the First Bap action of Lebanon Church and the Executive Board of the Franklin tist Church whose pu tor Rev M Baptist Association that the place of B Adams was not in the city remeeting of the Franklin Association opened for service on Sunday morning Considering the short notice has been changed At a meeting of the Church at given and the threatening weuther Lebanon on Saturday last the fol- there were good crowds out and the people seemed to rejoice at the fact lowing resolution was adopted that the small pox epidemic was In view of tho epidemic now pre vailing In the bounds of the Associa over and that the service had been resumed tion be if Jiesolvcd That the church deems it Dr R P Dnckmaster Osteopath best that the Association he called off for the present and tho matter be left with the Executive Board for Has opened an ofllcc In tho resifuture meeting of the Association dence of Mr Chns T Ellwunger The Executive Board met in this No 512 Main street where he invites from diseases to call Uhho city on Monday last and adopted the There suffering no charge for exami will bo i following resolution nation lie tiks an opportunity to by the hxecutlve Board of demonstrate his ability Call and llesolved GO tf Frandin Association That in view see him of certain conditions existing in the Buy a Store vicinity of Lebanon Church with which the Association meets this Messrs Earl and John G Rogers year that tho Association bo no changed in its session ns to leque it have purchased the confectionery each church to send its letter and bakery and ice cream saloon of Mr money for missions nnd printing minutes by oho or more messengers John It Todd and took possession on together with all the pastors of tho Monday morning Association to meet in Frankfort at Messrs Rogers are clever and pop the First Baptist Church on the 2M ular young men and wo have no day of August to constitute an Ex ecutlve Session lor the compiling of doubt will do a good business We statistics and receiving tho reports of bespeak for them a share of the trado tho various committees unci prepar- - of the city ing the minutes for this Associations It will be seen jvX v TRAINS EAST NolNo8 fMr Mixed 7 am t PM i if No 6 Mixed Â¬ Â¬ Frankfort tlkborn -- wlucr -- tiimntngGround Duvalls 00 711 718 3 40 3 62 120 205 280 3 2U 4I 100 72 Â¬ lr iieowtown Newtown fVntpnille Elizabeth Paris TRUN3 WEST Paris 731 715 817 825 830 810 41 400 411 428 418 450 600 135 165 way stations 950 a m if trains to Lexington abd L way stations 437 p m Frankfort Accommo- Â¬ Louisville dation arrives 042 p m O trains east 1018 a m O O trains east 740 p m O A V Hite Anont C HO trains to Louisville 609 O trains to Louisville 013 N trains to Lexington and TIME TAHLC No 21 335 400 510 No Â¬ Â¬ The new Fall Ril and bons have come we have a larger assort- Â¬ ment than t ver We c irry in stock all of the different shades and widths and vou will find that our prices are We very reasonable have just received sev- Â¬ eral pieces of the popular in No 2 AM PM Pusxr Fassrl 0 80 i No6No8 lassr Mixed 425 440 456 610 751 810 822 B4M AM 1 M -- sr No 23 v Lexlnston i 640 50 Elizabeth 910 i SU5 J 13 1U3 vr LonstlUe j ilcimt Neville K0Km Wl 1100 No 22 -n- 815 911 620 018 -- 7W 800 No 24 Onwrvllle KewtovMi 385 iMreptown Â¬ KumpltiKKround t wltzer 11k horn Ar Iu vii lis Frankfort M I 1013 1060 1100 1107 1120 62 d32 6 33 eu 66 710 c-TE- 64J 8H5 U15 UV SheloyvnU L0lilvlll Frankfort Lexington Â¬ FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI i A T 1 I 1018 1116 830 928 6C0 840 710 7uii M M 700 760 1003 u J 340 Lv Ar i 4JJ Lv 010 Ar Oeofijrtoftii JeonsBtuwn Cincinnati Frankfort Lv Ar Ari 11 102 A if Wl 1023 830 120 017 O 710 400 Â¬ j Dally except Sunday connect1 with Q with L 0 N B connoc j Â¬ Roman Striped Belting which we are selling cheap Sole agents in Frankfort for the celebrated McCall Bazar Patterns none 10c and 15c higher Bmiii ufwaMiiKWimiivmiKuiMYa C R illwuy in connection ntth yutrn Route rormsihe quickest route Irora nuikfoit unil lnrlrt to the South and vlu Clnclu Tttl a direct line to the East nnd West 1 U It IIARPKH JOiEIlI 11 NEWTON A A tiMllBUUt t Crescent hF The Favorite Lino From Jl LOUISVILLE -- TO i i 1 it X T1MK TAULi No0 Nol7iNo 19 iTjT a ma1l 00 2 32 3 40 CHICAGO SOUTH V t4 year Brave Men Fall B From this it will he seen that the messengers and pastors will meet with tho First Baptist Church in this city on Wednesday August 23d We hopo that all tho churches in the Association will tnko duo notice of tho change nnd act according to the recommendation of thu Execu tlve Board m m Victims to stomach liver and kidney troubles as well as women and all feel tho results in loss of ap petite poison In the blood back ache nervousness headache and tired listless run down feeling But there is no need to feel like that Listen to J W Gardner Idavllle Ind He says Electric Bitters are Just the thing for a ninii when ho is nil run down and dont care whether Read it he lives or dies It did moro to give me new strength and good uppotito Mr W II Lnnter offers n nice than anything I could hike 1 can now anything and havo a now firm well situated for fruit nnd lease eat life Only 60 cents at J on market garden for sale Sec him W Gnylos Drug Store Every bot near tho Old Crow distillery tle guaranteed Â¬ furtdtltniibau UnlutMice lilf Frintstort VI lllrtOQ i 83J 1017 301 937 J 00 unrangrt 358 y Elegant train equipment of luxurious Parlor and Dining 650 cars and modern Wagner Palaco ata i3L Dniwmc Koom sleepers For tickets rates and general information by prospective pas Â¬ sengers to all tho vst North- Â¬ west Â¬ Â¬ r umlinillH A11iIIOM 45a1 1 1 3 1 5251 12 Oil No 16 740 810 C Kasin I Bro lNo41StClalratBrldg No18No20 i NORTH IV Louisville Anchorage LHtiranro Fmtnenco CurhUlunaburK PM AM PM 825 340 852 4 02 912 4 35 950 fiU7 Win 510 1069 including an 314 200 720 7 Wi 410 444 G Fmnktort u Mldwur LexInKton N trains to Louluvlllo L way stations 560 a m N trains to Loulsvlllo and yay L Frank J Reed G P A 0 H Rockwell Traff Mgr GM W II MDool P aud Address E II Bacon D P A Louisville Ky 006 042 6r7 2J CALIFORNIA m 4 v T Trrwipfi W T IK 1 TIN UPA i w ii We have the these articles canning season We have a greater variety and larger stock of tinware now than we have had for many months FRUIT CANS PRESERVING two necessary during KETTLES largest stock in the city of JOHN T BUCKLEY Elected a Teacher Rfv t tw Mlllville -- is t Wj ant teacher of drawing etc by the Mr John L Anwlen President Board of Education on Monday and Mr Geo B Miliary eeietary night last Miss Jessie Is n pretty will hold u Sunday school tally at and accomplished young lady and the Baptist Church In this place on Sunday Aug 13 at 3 oclock in the will make nn efficient teacher We hope there will he a afternoon full attendance Legal Notice Mr Simeon J Shy has heeri ap pointed to till the nn i ion of Super Read the nd of Mr W H Posey intendent at the Old Crow Distillery in another place calling upon cred- Â¬ V T Shy who vice his father Mr itors of Mr Ernest Meyer to present tiled last week Rev Ju J Partee con of Mr E their claims properly proven to him Lv Put tee filled the appointment of before September 1st Pastor Brigs at our Baptist Church Â¬ Â¬ Miss Anna Johnson opened school iu our place Mo iday her Miss Jessie Cqx was elected assist- Â¬ matter The water committee was em- Â¬ powered to investigate the wells and pumps and springs and they are empowered to take such steps ns will give the poor people a supply o water Three street improvement or Â¬ dinances had their passage viz Broadway Conway and West Â¬ JACOB SWIGERT CO Insurance 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Basement of tlie Capital Hotel A diseased stomach surely unde health It dulls tho brain kills energy destroys tho nervous The mecca of Americas reports system and predisposes to insanity has been proclaimed by all exper- nnd fatal diseases All ienced tourists to be Northern Mich- Â¬ troubles are quickly cured dyspeptic by Kodol igan The climate throughout mid- Â¬ Dyspepsia Cure If has cured thou- Â¬ summer compares with Kentuckys sands of cases and is curing them best October day the hotel accom- Â¬ every day Its ingredients are such modations appeal to the most fas that tidious and atrord an assortment to Tyler it cant help curing J E suit the purse of any the scenery is beyond compare in both land and water scape nnd amusements abound in great variety including peerless sport for the angler The Motion Route from Louisville For the speedy and permanent cure of to Chicago in connection with the tetter salt rheum and eczema Cham superb steel steamer berlains Eye jvnd Skin Ointment Is Manitou from Chicago to Mackinac Petoskey without an equal It relieves the itch Bay View Charlevoix and a host of ing and smarting almost Instantly and other resorts presents a novelty in its continued use effects a permanent transportation and makes the outing cure It also cures itch barbers itch completely perfect The expense of scald head sore nipples itching piles this trip is no greater than nil rail chapped hands chronic sore eyes and Further particular will be furnished granulated lids on request by E H Bacon District Dr Passenger Agent Motion Route horses CnuVs Condition Powders for are the best tonic blood purifier Louisville Ky nnd vermifuge Price 25 cents by Summer Lake Tours Sunday week A Popular Wedding Trip Dr Collin visited his parents at Camphellsvllle Taylor county last r Our whole community was sad dened by the death of Mr W Thos Shy S perlntendent of the Qjd Crow Dlstjllery He was a man of flhe character and was respected by all Universal sym who knew him pathy is Tell for his Invalid wife Â¬ Â¬ Skmaj w Resigned i W B i M fa i MrSam S Shepherd of George town who has been a deputy in the office of Register of Lands C O Heynoldslias resigned to accept the position of Secretary nf the Republi an Executive and Campaign Com uiittee Mr Will Reynolds will be promoted to the vacant place Mr Shepherds wide acquaintance will make him valuable man to the Committee C steamer to Is to take a D Mackinac Island Michigan If you want a delightful wedding trip where you are not likely to meet acquaintC new ances take one of the T steel passenger steamers to the Island of Cool Breezes Staterooms and parlors reserved thirty days in A communication was re- Â¬ advance Send two cent stamp for ceived from the fiscal court in Address A illustrated pamphlet A Schantz G P A D C De- relation to alms house Refer- Â¬ red to charity committee and troit Mich Â¬ Â¬ Broadway Communication from Thos B Ford in relation to street read and referred to street com- Â¬ mittee and engineer On motion of Councilman Lutkemeier the brick streets were ordered swept at least once a week between the hours of 8 p m and G a m On motion the marshal was directed to notify the property owners to sweep the brick streets at least twice each week mnes Â¬ Â¬ Skin Diseases 4i -- 4irrrwk jm city attorney The matter of Mr J L Rod Â¬ mans line fence was referred to street committee and engineer At a meeting of the Health Matter of catch basin on Board at which Mayor Dehoney was present nnd concurring it Main street near 4th was re Â¬ ferred to street committee with was ordered That whereas no case of small power to act The matter of Judge ITern pox has occurred in Fraukfort dons sidewalk was referred to since July 28th or during the Sold past 13 days and no infected street committee County Taxes locality remaining it is Quickly euro constipation nnd re- Â¬ Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Resolved That should no build and invigorate the entire sys Digests what you cat Notice is hereby given that tho new cases occur in the city and temnever grine or nauseate De State and county taxes for the year Witts Little Early Risers J E Working Night and Day no iresh outbreak develop in the Tyler 1S99 ru now clue and payable Please come forward and settle cotffity on or before the 21st LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MARKET The busiest and mightiest little promptly and save the penalty of August all restrictions relat- Â¬ Bkx F Sutir thing that ever was made is Dr ing to public assemblages be re- Â¬ Sheriff Franklin County Every pill 45 tf FURNISHED BY OLOVER i DORUKTT Kings New Life Pills moved oh that day That nil is a sugar coated globule of health TOBACCO WAREHOUSE A Summer in the North that changes weakness into strength country schools be allowed to IOUI8VIIIKy Â¬ Health Bulletin Â¬ Â¬ u wr What does It do It causes the oil glands In the skin to become more active making the hair soft and glossy precisely as nature Intended It cleanses the scalp from dandruff and thus removes one of the great causes of baldness It makes a better circu- Â¬ lation in the scalp and stops the hair from coming out prevents w will surely make hair grow on Ayers Hair Vigor bald heads provided only there is any life remain- Â¬ ing in the hair bulbs It restores color to gray or white hair It does not do this in a moment as will a hair dye but in a short time the gray color of age gradually disap- Â¬ pears and the darker color of youth takes its place Would you like a copy of our book on the Hair It is free and Scalp It you da not nbtnln all thn beneflti you oirertoJ from tlio iu pf the VIkoi write Uie Doctor about It AiUlren UK J C AYEK lowoii Man Sales on our market for tho week just closed amount to 4311 hhds with receipts for tho same period of 3084 hhds Sales on our market since Jan uary 1st amount to 105651 hhds Sales of tho crop of 1898 on our market to this date amount to 105482 hhcls G W Chixn Secy Under the very heavy offerings of Health Board this week prices have been will sustained On Tuesday and Wednes W S Dkhoney Mayor day tho market was decidedly strong and active and tho latter part of tho week while there was no material City Council decline tho market showod some irregularity and tho pordentago of Tuesday Aug 8 rejections was largor than usual havo The tninufes of the lost meet- Good to flno grades of loaf 14 to sold 17 at prices ranging from ing wore road and approved Since our last report good rains Potitinn ofT B Brightwoll have prevailed through tho greater dark was referred to finance com- Â¬ part of both tho Hurley and condiproducing districts nnd the mittee tion of tho growing crop has been The petition of James Bov vory much improved until Sales tirlv was rod and on motion August adjournod on yesterdayannual 14th this being tho granted vacation of tho trade The petition of 0 T Duvall The following quotations falrlj our mnruot for hurley toand W M Rogors was grantod roprosont crop bacco 189S The Kings Daughters stated Trash dark or damaged 2 50 tobacco that they had furnishod 40 out- Oonimon Oolory trash 3 60 3 50 5 00 fits and that their finances wore Medium to good oolor 7 00 5 00 about exhausted Thoy wore trash 4 003 instructed to con- Â¬ Common lugsnotcolory 6 50 5 00 on motion ti 00 Common Oolory lugs tinue their purchases of cloth- Â¬ Medium to good oolory 6 00 8 00 lugs ing for the present at least OOfoi h tomodlum Tho renorts of the nolico Commonto good leaf loaf 6 00 11 00 8 00 Medium 10 00 jutlgo marshal and work house Good to flno loaf 13 00 13 00 23 00 keeper were received nuu or Â¬ Selector wrappery Â¬ Â¬ open on Monday August 14 th and all City Schoos be allowed to open on Monday Sept 4 U V Williams Chmn E E Hume Â¬ Â¬ llstlessness into energy brain fag The delightful summer resorts of into mental power Theyre won Â¬ reached derful in building up the health Wisconsin and Michigan nre Westem by North Only 25c per box Sold by J W Ry the Chicago among which are Waukesha Gayle Madison Devils Lake Green Lake Gogebic Lake Fox Lake Lake Geneva St Paul Minneapolis Lako Millions Given Away Mlnnetonka White Bear Duluth Ashland and Marquette Free copy ot Hints It is certainly uratifying to the cation to to Tourists sent on appli W B Kniskern General public to know of one concern in the land who are not afraid to be gener Â¬ Passenger nnd Ticket Agent W A Cox 435 Vine street Cinous to tho needy nnd suffering Tho proprietors of Dr Kings Now Dis cinnati Ohio covery for consumption coughs nnd colds have given iwny over ten Horse Show Fair and Carnival million trial bottles of this great medicine and have tho satisfaction Lexington Ky Aug 8 12th 1891 of knowing it has cured thousands Low rates via Queen Crescent of hopeless cases Asthma bron Route from all points ill Kentucky chitis hoarseness nnd nil the diseases daily August 8th to 12th good to of the throat chest and lungs are return the 14th show cured by it Call on J W Gayle Lexington hits Inst Greatest Dont ever had druggist and get a free trial bottle fall to attend Ample room for all Regular size flle and 1 Evory bot Â¬ excursionists tle guaranteed or price refunded Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 10 Excursion to Michigan What They Say Â¬ dered hlod Tho propositions of Pooro Williams and Orittonden were rolorrod to city engineer and street committee Tho matter of oponing up Ewing street was referred to tho street committee Tho wfttor committoo was given further time in which to make report on East Main stre Pino outing offered by the Motion Route and steamer Mnnitou Tho really delightful trip which has been starred this season by tho famous Motion Route to Northern Michigan and which has attracted much favor able attention has been offered under ilatterlng Inducements for onodnto only that all tn ty have u chance to try tho cruise on Lake Michigan Tickets will be sold from Louis vlllo to Charlevoix Petoskey Bay View Harbor Springs and Mackinac and return on Wednesday August Kind You Have Always Bought Bean tho 10th good returning fifteen days at 10 They will bo good to stop at any point north of and including Charlovolx within tho limit Ac Company commodations on tho steamer which Henry Koehlor sails from Chicago at 11 oclock Lumber Doalora of Louisville Ky Thursday morning can now bo reinvito correspondence with mill men served and as tho party Is limited to who have luinbor for sale They buy the amount of accommodations set Poplar and Hardwoods In mixed aside for this occasion application should be made at onco to E II cars Dry or Green Write thorn 31 0 m Bacon D P A Louisville Ky Â¬ Is tho title of nn exceedingly well printed and finely illustrated booklet which has Just been issued and dis tributed by tho Chicago North Westem IVy describing their elec- Â¬ tric lighted 20th century train The North Westem Limited It is unique in design and composition and atfords entertaining reading A copy will be sent to any ad Â¬ dress by W A Cox 435 Vine street Cincinnati Ohio Â¬ OASTOHIA 1119 Red Hot Pron the dun Â¬ Â¬ Wns tho hall that hit G B Stead man of Newark Mich In the civil war It caused horriblo ulcors that no treatment helped for 20 years Then Bucklens Arnica Salvo cured Cuies cuts bruises burns him bolls felons corns skin eruptions Best pile euro on earth 25 cents a Curo guaranteed box Sold by J W Gayle druggist Wmffi 7 i V wrtTv utnyinnmirtnnrmnniinnnrinnninn rutruinnnjimuiiinnnnnnmtnnnnnr Sterling Silver and Cut Glass Lj Make very acceptable birthday and wedding presents Such presents are easy to select from the large stock of solid silverware which we are carrying We can suit everyone s purse -- t m n M A SELBERT P Reliable Jeweler Anniinnnnnrixunjirinjxn nnnrui nnnxirinjxjxnnjianjirinnnnnjxrinjinnniiririnrin RGL10I0US ruxruxnruinruxrinrijijuinnjxnnrtj m nnnnruxrurfvruxr nuixnuiro P- - Made an Assignment For Rent Cheap Endeavor of tho Presbyterian Church South August 20 Delegation from tho Ascension Episcopal Church Young Peoples Union of the Baptist We regret to announce that the big The Mis Mag Exum property on Rev R L McOready rector Rev Church Murray street Apply to L F flouring mill firm of J E Miles 35 tf Robt Emmet Abraham assistant AucuBt 27 Delegation from tho j oon were iorcwi to mane an nssign Johnson 11 Moraine prayer and sermon at Brothorhood of St Andrew f tho1 mont ror or their realtors oenellt am Episcopal Church All men welcome Mr and Mrs B Lackamp Elstnn - J ua l f Afternoon service on Sunday ana Last Sundays services wore con- - on Monday The members of tho Mo writes lutMtJ One Minute Cough Wednesday omitted until further ducted In a brief cheerful way and Messrs John E and James N Cure saved the life of our little boy notice J Mile- - also made Individual assign- - when nearly dead with croup Sunday school at 945 a m in the dont MoOluro every Ohapei ments Mr E L Samuel Cashier is Tyler out Sunday for an enthusiastic moot All seats free and evoryono cor ing K WoAKVK T jivvnkn lnuf of the Branch Bank of Kentucky is nlirlit tvIHi sovnro diallv welcome to all services as Â¬ pains in my stomache tho assignee The liabilities and I never felt busy can- sets run up over 100000 Failure in is Prof so badly In all my life Baptist Church Rev MBAdams vassing Winstonschool quite When I for his collections forcel them to take this came down to work this morning I the pastor will proach at 11 n m l WEAR TWICE I Now let all in the community Mjho step Un nvonincr service na amv ni n felt so weak I could hardly work I The Younir Peoples Society will want the best of teaching on the most It is to be earnestly hoped that this went to Miller McCurdys drug moot at 030 p m Miss Carrie Peter- reasonable terms talk with Prof big business concern will bo ablo store and they recommended Cliam- son Leader How to Increase tho Con- Winston on the subject Not affected by Heat or Cold Topic to resume shortly They nave a Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Highest Awards at Centennial gregation Whilo the Professor is especially largo number of employes and their bcrlins Remedy It worked like magic and Paris and Worlds Fair Praver meeting Wednesday night commended as u teacher of Mathe enterprise puts out a largo amount of one dose fixed me all right It cer-Â¬ Mortared pRAZER lubricator Co at 730 oclock Sunday school in tho Chapel at 945 matics and Higher English Mrs money every year tainly is the finest thing I over used Factories Chclago St Loult New York for young am Special classes for July 23 men Winston is said to be a most success for stomach trouble I shall not be will ful teacher of Ancient and Modern My originally Lenson N Special L without it in my homo hereafter for bo used for this Sunday Seats free and all are cordially in- Languages A Professor of Rich N railroad is running a Ishould not care to endure the sufThe L mond College Va who taught with vited ferings of last night again for fifty her seven years says She can fill special train from this city to Lex Â¬ times its price G II Wilson Llv Oiiiustian Church Rev George the chair of Latin in any of our State ington every day during the Elks eryman Burgettstown Washington Dnrsie the pastor will preach at 11 Universities Fair and Carnival It leaves this Co Pa This remedy is for salo by a ra While the Winston School will city at 845 a in and returning No evening service J W Gayle druggist Young Peoples Society of Chris supply every need in the way of a leaves Lexington at ti p in It tian Endeavor closed until Septem- - college course especial attention should bo liberally patronized to day1 Have Alwas he be given to the intermediate and Bewi the iMovcs His Office IW Digests Prayer meeting Wednesday night will you primary grades Chapel at 746 in the VTopio Thorns That Choko It artificially digests the food and aids Mr L Frank Johnson has moved Nature in strengthening and recon- Â¬ Sunday scnool meets at wav Benefit Miss Katie Gibbons liis law office from the Todd block structing tho digestive or The public will be cordlallv wel DeWitts Little Early Itisers did gans It is the exhausted and eslatest discovered digest comed to all those services St Clair street near the bridge to me more good than all blood medi ant and tonic No other preparation opera of Ermine Ever since the pecially grangers In one city to the rooms over Dr S E Janus cines and other pills writes Geo can approach it in efficiency in- was so successfully rendered by local II Jacobs of Thompson Conn stantly relieves and permanently It cures The usual ser- talent with Miss Katie Gibbons in ofllce opposite the courthouse Catholic Ouukoh Prompt pleasant never gripe they Dyspepsia Indigestion JJeartburn vices to morrow conducted by Rev the title role a quiet movement has Tuesdays Fire cure constipation arouse tho torpid oMutuience oour otomacn jNausea v Father Thomas S Major tho pastor beep on foot- to give that charming liver to action and givo you clean SlckHeadacheGastralglaCrampsand Low mass at 730 am High mass nuperieciaigesuon Shortly after 2 oclock p in on blood steady nerves a clear brain uwuwierresuasoi DeWItt Co Vespers at 730 p m 10 am little lady u benefit Tho arrange Prepared by E C Cblcaao and a healthy appetite J E Tyler been completed Tuesday an alarm from box 25 ments have about J E TYLEit First Presbyterian Church und the entertainment will be given called the fire boys to the Homo To the Public Rev J McClusky Blayney D D the on Tuesday Sept fith Brewery Cos plant on Ann street 11 a m pastor will preach at are Dr Cauys Condition Saxtonri Orchestra have offered where it was found that a wareheuse We have taken the tools and fix- Â¬ just what a horse needs 1oiruers baa No eveninc service when in Sunday BOhool at 945 a m services without charge and stored with flour barrels the prop Â¬ tures of It K Woodson and will oh condition their Tonic blood purifier and Christian Endeavor Society meets tho best and most cultivated of our erty of Major W T Flynn wus August 1st open up a first class vermifuge They are not food but 645p m In Sunday school room meat market at the old stand 103 medicine and tho best in use to put a at Prayer meeting Wednesday oven- local musical talent will take part in burning fiercely street lately occupied by Mr horao in prime condition Main Price 23 The firemen set to work at onco Woodson where we propose keeping cents per package Ing at 8 the affair We trust that our citizens generally and after n hard fight of about an at all times a full stock of both fresh salt meats which wo will soli at For sale by J W Gayle and Rev T F will unite in making this tribute to hour the fire wus extinguished The and lowest possible price We play Methodist Church will preach at Gayle Co our sweetest girls and most loss on the building was some 1500 thofavorites In this game pay tho LeCompte one of Taliaferro the pastor no 11 a m The loss sustained by Maj Flynn cash for your meats thereby saving charming vocalists a big success No evening service was about 300 Wo understand that to yourself from 10 to 20 per cent on Sundav school meets at 930 a m meat bills alone Rushing Things the whole loss was covered by insur yourbelieve this plan will We think Prayer meeting Wednesday even commend and ing at 8 anco Itself to tho good people of this city Ilellabla persons of a mecbnnlca1 or Inventive mind Epvvorth League in Sunday school and desiring a trip to the Pari Kxpoiltion wltbgood The Kentucky Distilleries Very respectfully Painful Accident lrTndeiJnsfspld should write room at 645 p m J C McDonald The PATENT lUSUOlU Baltimore Bid Official Board meetsTuosday even- - Warehouse Co are enlarging their D Glanton J M Mrs John L Jones was trying to Aug 5 2t plant known as the J The public oordlally invited to at Saffell Cedar Run Distillery to a rake up some grass In her yard on WM CROMWELL tend They are rushing Logan street on Saturday and inad200Jbu8hel house Excursion to Niagara Falls things and expect to get everything vertently stopped back upon a rake Attorney at Law SouthernHPresbyterian Ohuroh in shape to run by September 15th lying near when one of tho teeth August 15th the Frankfort Cin Bull of Missouri will Rev Ed Is tho Superin- Â¬ pierced her foot making an ugly cinnati Railway will sell tickets to Mr Jas M Saffell preach at 11 a ra Niagara Falls and return limited to tendent and Manager Union Service at 730 p m mound In extracting the rake tooth 10 days at 980 for the round trip Frankfort Kentucky Sunday sohool at 930 a m Mrs Jones fell and cut her knee via Big Four Ily f PeoplosSooloty of Christian Young ItlsoKeal Estate Auent Will practice In the Kills a Homing Pigeon She was confined to very badly J It Newton Endeavor meets at 645 p m Courts of Kanklln and tnn adjoining counties public is General Passenger Agent and will also ghre special attention to tbe pur To all these moetlngs the her bed for several days Quite a cbuse and sale ot real estate collection ot rents oordlally invited shot a chupter of accidents all at once Mr Carlton Tliomason claims and tueneizotlatlon of loans Our baby was sick for a month homing pigeon on Friday last on Shelbyvllle Fair The ladles of tho Bridgeport Chris the Kendall lot located at the turn with severe cough and catarrhal tian ntinrnh will crlvo an ice cream Por RentStore Room v Although wo tried many fover aiinnor In the church yard for tho of the street car track from Murray Wo are under obligations to Super Â¬ remedies sho kept getting worse benefit of tho church on Thursday to Todd which had on its leg a metal intendent Minute J S Harrington for a com- Â¬ uutli wo used Ono onco and Cough The large store room In Musonic night August 17 1899 Every one band with tho Initials F II G 17 cured one of the best In the city plimentary ticket to tho famous Cure It relieved at Invitod to attend cordially B L Nance Teniple with tho 99 in a square There Shelby County Fair which will bo her in a fow days 09 rent Apply to High School Buffalo Texas is offered foror Bon T Farmer Capt Prln B C Milam George Darsie commences a was a piece of paper under the hand held tills year commencing on Tues J E Tyler Rev Ml two weeks meeting at Ghent Ky but it was so mutilated that it could day August 22d und continuing Monday night not bo read CtfiXD with regetable until and Including tho 25th Wall Paper Remedies Have cured This steady going old fashioned many tbonMnd canes v m o A notes Attention Contractors cauea nopeieu in len fair tiovor has lost its attractions as days at leaat two third of all symptoms remov 30000 bolts of wall pajicr at low Y M O A programme as an TJUT it really is what It advertises a fair ed Testimonials andS0HS DATS treatment free prices Ilomingtnn and Crawford DZ H H CRBKB Box K Atlanta Qa Read the advertiremont of Col nounced and copied below Good M A Coixinb bicycles muHlo and rousing songs of pnUso Henry George Chairman of tho Its popularity never wanes JJi tf interspersed with short helpful Commission asking or pro talks by Rev A F Llrdsay Rev Ed Prison Try tho Capital Stoam Laun M WW Always HQUgm H Bull and members of Association posals to hulll tho extension to tho Bean tho dry for a clean shirt or collar Kodol Dyspepsia Cure- and earnest endeavor - at Signature Cool rooms tho foot of Mero sewer10 tf from tho nrison Telephone 17 Dloeats what you eat August of f I Society of Christian street Young Peoples n Frazer Axle Grease -- te msam riifm E2L1S nrf Â¬ a OK2fl l ft U1K D M Â¬ iiieMp- Ar Â¬ Hi Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Kodol what Â¬ OASTORIA 0U Dyspepsia Cure eat Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ DROPSY Â¬ r Â¬ tcX I Au J Alvk i muii jijkv iuht JUuju KJJiiiJn I x AA ivviWJtiahr jtoWi IIW4iffwByjw ft 1 mmMVkMGBEMMmaammM ymrmr IWW MID SUMMER - CLEARANCE - SALE i w IV EVERYTHING MARKED DOWN MILLINERY Trimmed bonnets and hats at half former prices Sailors from 25c up A ft w 1 K SHIRT WAISTS S LAWNS From 4c yard up Dimities worth 15c now 10c Dimities worth 20c now 1 Dimities worth 2j4c now 20c Genadines worth 40c now 15c oo waists Si 25 waists 150 waists S200 waists i Ready-to-wea- r i rj - now 50c now 65c now 75c now 100 skirts in pique and linen at VAL LAOES 200 doz Val Laces and sale at 20c doz yards and up 2c moderate prices Insertions on worth up-to-da- te SILKS 48c for silk worth 65c 68c for silk worth 85c 78c for silk worth 100 100 for silk UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS handles worth 98c for Gloria im Umbrellas with beautiful MATTINGS AND RUGS A lot short pieces of matting and a small lot of rugs at bargain prices 150 checks at cost E- - t 150 Parasols at bijj reductions All our colored wool dress goods including JOHNSON Vt r HOGE - 3rr Main Street Keep Cool By Taking a Lake Trip DEATHS jMacauley In Wiishincton City on Monday Mr John E Maoauley Mr Mncaulov was the husband or I Hi s gentleman Thursday city and was a clever and popular Mis5 Rebecca Ellis formerly of this Kennon In Chicago W r r RI 9V 1 i i -- iiff aped about 72 years Mrs Kennon was the sister of the late Col Chas F and Capt Itobt B Tavlor of this city and was the last of a family of fourteen children TtjitjEtt At her homo In Owens Mrs Louise Vibro on Thursday Triplett wife of State Senator K S Triplett and mother of Col Geo V Triplett a former member of the LeeWature aged G5 years Mrs Triplett was a Miss Vest a sister of U S Spnator Geo G Vest nd was horn and reared in this city whreshe has many relatives Fkankltn At Estill Sprintrs on Wednesday Amr William Wiard infant son of Mr Bobt B Franklin anil vlf aged tdirhtee months For the second time within u month this family has been called to mourn the ln s of a loved one The flrst the aged and honored grand father and now the precious little grandson May the tender shepherd comfort the bereft The remains were brought home on Wednesday and placed among kindred dust SHY At the Kings Daughters Hospital in this city on Friday morning Aug 4 Mr William Thomas Shy aged about G2 years Mr Shy was born and raised In Nicholas county Early in life he was thrown on his own resources to make a living and to educate him nelf This he set about to do with the same energy and determination that was characteristic of his whole life After completing his education he became a successful teacher While bo engaged he was married to a Ml s Bryson ot NJcholas county and two eons were born to him Ill health becoming impaired by tho close confinement of the school room he ap- Â¬ Â¬ Mrs Harriett Kennon Ills on m 6tf w AVERTED should cross a deadly snake in it he lis pathway heel would quickly crush its before it could sink beneath his poisonous fangs into his flesh He would not step out of the way and temporize with DANGER If a man was appointed to a position as Internal Revenue Store- Â¬ keeper by Col A H Bowman at that time Collector of this District His first wife sickr tied and died from consumption After a few years he was happily married to Miss Corinda to- Â¬ Abner who survives him gether with one son and the two older sons by his first wife Some twelve or thirteen years since he resigned his position in tho rovenuo service to uecept that of Superintendent of tho Old Crow Distillery of Messrs W A Gaiues Co and came to this county to live For several years his health had been poor and that of his wife hav Â¬ ing also failed the anxiety occasioned by her sickness and his untiring tender care for her told upon his constitution and he was taken down some month or more ago While confined to bed a dangerous car-Â¬ buncle was formed on the back of his neck aud pneumonia super- Â¬ vened upon both He was brought to the Kings Daughters hospital Mime three weeks since where every Â¬ thing that medical science could do was done together with skilled nurning for his relief but all in vain Mr Shy hud been a member of the Christian Church for many years and was as faithful in his church relations as he had ever been in all others of his life He was not afraid when tho time came to lay down lifes burdens his only anxiety being for his invalid wife and his sons We have known Mr Shy for twenty odd years and ure glad to say that we never knew a more scruou- lously conscientious painstaking and uprigru gentleman rirni nnu de cided in his own convictions of duty and policy lie was tolerant and courteous to others Exact and just in all his dealings ho leaves behind him a record for probity that any man might be proud of and that are a heritage be yond price to his sons The funeral services were con- Â¬ ducted from his residence on Saturday afternoon at 4 oclock by Re George Darkle Ills pastor after which the remains were brought to our cemetery nnd buried by his brethren of Hiram Lodge No 4 iiree and Accepted Masons of which he had been a member for a long time with the honors of the order Â¬ Â¬ rilled for and Island ot cool breezes or tho 30000 Islunds the Georgian Bay Route C tho Coast Lino Travel via D to tho Northern Summer Resorts Send 2 cents for illustrated pam- Â¬ phlets Address A A Schantz G P A Detroit Mich The Equltablcs Anniversary Visit picturesque Macklnuc the The Most For Your Money 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 justifies us in this claim Â¬ Â¬ The Equitable Life Association of New York have recently been celebrating the fortieth anniversary of the organization of that association and in honor of the event gave a banquet in New York City to the successful agents who ure in the em ploy of tho company In March last the various mana gers nnd agents were notified that they would bo entertained in New York City for three days conditioned upon the securing of an allotted amount of paid for business by tho end of June It also offered an ad Â¬ ditional prize to six of the most suc- Â¬ cessful agents under the control of each general agency for tho last three months work of that period We notice that there were present from the Louisville division the fol Â¬ N J Dilday lowing gentlemen H J Powell McDougall Ferguson C C Nesbitt Kenner Taylor Lem- Â¬ uel B Temple Bailey Wilkinson W E Grigsby J H Roe and T A Lyon Our former townsman Mr Kenner Taylor was one of the six successful winners of the prize He has not been with the company quite a year yet but has developed great aptitude and especial fitness for tills class of We tender to him our business hearty congratulations upon his sue- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ For this price we can sell you an oxford mide of soft fine kid solid leather tiirounout with a wide corn toe patent leather tip One of the best bargains in our store tf2 IsrsFa S fJKi 1ur brag line of low cut shoes Any toe from corn to the fash- Â¬ P ionable dog all kid or vesting tops kid or patent leather tips tan or black All have genuine turn soles ttifl J2 I eC fu bull vjscing tops ani thi newest styles The made for the price df 5 sMrsF tf The famous Queen Quality Ox p fords in tan and patent leather bet shoe duction as they are the finest ladies Oxfords made All the up to date styles and toes either patent leather or kid tips l2l9 dtf JlkJa Laird Schober ford- These need no intro Cos fine Ox Â¬ Our Ladies SailorsQ at 1003 are Leaders cess we dangerous reptile And yet bow many people are there who temporize with a Â¬ s 1IIU i Nil lli still more enemy Hamilton Clark of Chauucey Ga says he suffered with itching piles plies twenty years before tiylng De Witts Witch Hazel Salve two boxes of which completely cured him Be Â¬ ware of worthless and dangerous counterfeits J E Tyler Delightful The Equitables annual statement shows that the Income of the associa tion in the fortieth year of its ex Â¬ istence was 50249237 Its assets 270000000 its surplus 60000000 and the Insurance in forceSl000000 000 This is a record hard to achieve and never excelled Special Rates via Southern Railway R K- 212 CfleQiuve St Clair Street Frankfort Ky Son Rains Â¬ ere rr i 1 v tarrh then bronchitis then bleeding from the lungs ana finally death The way to crush out the threatening evil is to fortify the system and purify the bjood with Dr licrces Golden Medical Discovery Every weakness and abnormal condition that precedes consumption is cured by At the first this non alcoholic remedy sign of derangement of stomach liver and I blood look out It is only a question of time until the lungs will be attacked through the impure blood and then the danger will be most deadly It should be known to every sick person that Dr R V Pierce will give carefully considered fatherly professional advice by mail to all who write him at Iluffalo N Y No charge or fee of any nature is asked Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ consumpLike a silent tion serpent it glides VSwlwi 9 along almost unnoticed First a cold or sore throat then a slight cough then caÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ deadly On Saturday this section was vis ited by a copious but gentle rain both morning and evening nnd it was followed up by a heavy ruin on Sunday alternoon when it poured Strange to say down in torrentthere was no rain Suuday afternoon at Thorn Hill or up the Benson Valley The weather remained cloudy and showery all Sunday evsning and Monday morning making a delight- Â¬ ful change Lateu Some rain foil every day except Tuesday and Thuisday night wo had a ground soaker and gully washer - Purchases Handsome Property Mrs Lulie B Lungmoor has pur Â¬ Â¬ w I am a railroad agent writes I II Staples Esq of Barclay Osage Co Kim aud Tour years ago tny work keeping me in a warm room and stepping out fremiently Into the cold air me bronchitis which became chroulc ana Save seated Doctors failed to reach my caac Amend advised me to try Dr Pleices medicine I commenced taking Golden Medical Discovery and by the time I had taken the first bottle I was better and after taking four bottles my cough was entirely gone This was a year ago last winter aud again last winter I took about three II mm w chased the elegant residenco prop erty of Prof T M Turner on tho corner of Second and Shelby streets Tho prico paid was 5000 cash Mrs Longmoor made the purchase as an investment and Mrs Monfort will bottles to prevent a return of the trouble An honest dealer will not try to persuade remain as her tenant It Is a hand you to take a worthless substitute in place some piece of property and Is con for of the Golden Medical Discovery sidered cheap the sake of a little added profit Anderson County Fair Lawrence burg Ky August 15 18 Rate one fare for the round trip Tickets on sale August 15 10 17 and for morn Â¬ ing trains August 18th limited for return August 19 1899 State Democratic Convention Lex- Â¬ ington Ky August 16th Rate one and one third fare for the round trip Tickets on salo August 15th and for morning trains August 10th limited for return August 19th 1899 Shelby County White Fair Shel hyvllle Ky August 22 25 Rato one fare for tho round trip Tickets on sale August 22 23 24 nnd for morning trains August 25 final limit August 2Gth 1899 Shelby County Colored Fair Shel by vllle Ky August 30 31 Sept 1 Rate one faro for the round trip Tickets on salo August 80 81 ami morning trains Sept 1 final limit Sept 2 1899 Louisville Colored Fair Association Louisville Ky August 22 26 Rato ono faro for tho round trip Tickets on sale August 25 and zu final limit August 28 1899 Louisville and Jeiforson County Colored Fair Louisville August 15 19 Rate one faro round trip Tick Â¬ ets on sale August 15 and 16 final limit August 21 1899 For further Information call on nearest agent Southern Ry Â¬ KlsHB J wmmgrJt wm Hi AS wr EXCURSION THE LAST Kr7SA4 UL jg run i mo SEASON ssssssHsBkstsMhB7ssRssW2ssWHLv I Niagara Palls Great Low Rate Excursion via the TO J QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE AND THE BIG FOUR Tuesday August 15th Liberal Limits Fine Trip and Enjoyable Low Rates Time Ask your Ticket Agent concerning Rates Schedules Etc W Wm H TAYIOK Asst Gen Pass Agt 0 RINIARION Q P A CINCINNATI Louisville Ky J WW J SUMMER GOODS MUST BE SOLI I Tit ALL DC CRUTCHER MensCO Furnishings For Bargains in Summer Shoes and Clothing O I but conic and ior tliu bic biinrrilns Dilit lisk fiir IMUSOIIS Hats m Caps Trunks Valises and Telescopes We Lead Them All C Mens linen suits 175 were 350 SHOES Mens linen suits 300 were 450 Mens low cut tan shoes 225 were 3 00 Mens linen suits 350 were 500 Mens Vici Kid Southern Ties 2 25 were Mens linen pants 75c Mens linen pants 100 300 Mens Tan Vici Kid Shoes 398 were 500 suits 75c were 100 Childs linen Mens Tan Vici Kid Shoes 250 were 3 00 Childs linen suits 90c were 125 All ladies pointed toe shoes and Oxfords Mens all wool Cassimere suits 500 were 7 50 125 All mens pointed toe shoes i50 Big line of boys knee pants suits 175 were and 225 Dont ask them charged 200 Childrens fancy striped summer pants 10c HATS AND CAPS Mens Cassimere pants 100 were 125 and 150 I All 25c linen hats 18c Big cuts clean through our large line of MENS Mens Dress Suit Cases 200 to 750 We have just received the largest line of trunks ever shown in this city A large size ladies canvas trunk 500 Come and see them Telescopes in all sizes and prices Cash only at these prices Summer Shirts 50c shirts 40c 65c and 75c shirts 50c 100 shirts 75c A good working shirt for 20 8 2K summer clothing for cash only Ladies Summer Shoes Oxfords - r Kid Oxfords 68cmostly large sizes 100 Oxfords for 90c 125 Oxfords for 1 10 150 Oxfords for 125 200 Oxfords for 165 250 Oxfords for 210 300 Oxfords for 249 350 Oxfords for 275 v All 50c linen hats 25c All 25c linen caps iSc All 50c linen caps 25c 50c straw hats 25c 75c straw hats 38c 1 00 straw hats 50c 125 straw hats 65 c 1 50 straw hats 75c 200 straw hats 100 250 straw hats 125 300 straw hats 150 1 fc 1 balbriggan drawers 20 tan and black sox 10c 3 for 25c handkerchiel 10c 3 for 25c silk ties 10c 3 for 25 Wash ties 5 c Mens white laundried shirts 75c worth 00 Boys swimming trunks 20c Good Suspenders 10c Good suspenders 15c These are for cash Good Good Good Good Good balbriggan undershirt 20c H wj lSV 17 a ft M I S3 I iJJ C CRUTCHER EP FRANKFORT KY HUNTINGTON CO W VA iBgmwwwwwrm BESOLCJTIONS OP RESPECT jo the Cool Sea Shore a ulars Institute No 161 having serv- Â¬ Wednesday was the hottest day of ed two annual terms as tUe Ex- Â¬ Â¬ 11 Great low rate excursion from Whereas It has pleased Divine Providence to u remove Georgetown to Atlantic ccCity and cape may via me wueen uresueiu Irom tins earn 10 u uriymei Koute and Iennsyivania cities sphere above Mrs J P Hanley Ten days stop over in Philadelphia Whereas Mr J P Hanley If desired agents for full particis n honored member of our Ask ticket 1 Mother Tells How She Saved Her tie Daughters Life Lit- - I Â¬ ecutive V v- Officer with I I Resolved That the members the thermometer showed 91 Many person8 slept hut little and were of this Institute No 101 deep Â¬ almost exhausted with Brother ly sympathize Hanley in this sud affliction in Want to Rent a Farm the loss of a devoted wife and ability marked the year the thermometer register ing 100 in the shade At night the heat wa terrihle and at 1230 p in loving mother Resolved That as a mark of our uffection for and sympathy with him this preamble and resolution be sproad upon our minutes and a copy sent to Brother Hanley James Hkeney Jno A Brislan W HOLBERMAN Committee Bad Blood Cure Free I wish to rent a farm nelir Frankfort containing 160 or 200 acres Ad ItOBEKT TilOMAIiE dress 50 2t Frankfort Ky Cheap Excursion to Atlantic IN KENTUCKY nnd have had a great deal of exper ience wan medicines Last summer Schciitile In effect June 11 1HOO my little daughter had the dysen Â¬ EASTUOUNn No NoS No 3 tery in its worst form We thought Lv Louisville 7 jUum 4itipm 74 pm she would die I tried everything I Ar Shclbyvllle mm R33pm it07pm ItMum eSpm Vlpia Ar Lnrencebg could think of but nothing seemed Ar Versailles 10lC xm 647pm lOOiipin to do her any good 1 saw by an ad Â¬ Ar Lexington HWSam 715pn UUpni vertisement in our paper that Cham Â¬ WESlliOCNU No a No a NoT4 berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Lv Lexinuton 73ium 4s5pin Alfaim 755un lMpm lvJ7utn Remedy was highly recommended Ar Versailles Mfpm r5am LarencebB and sent and got a bottle at once It Ar Khelbyvlllo OlZnm COfipm 0Kum Ar 10 Warn 55am TaSpm proved to be one of the very best Ar LouUvlllo WESTBOUND EA8TUODND medicines we ever had in the house No IS No 11 STATIONS It saved my little daughters life I No 13 No 400pm am anxious for every mother to 680pm 740am Lv LouUvil Ar 735pm 1040am Lv LarncbrrAr know what an excellent medicine it 716pm 1000am Ar uuroasutjLv MCpm 810am 423pm 720um 1043am is Had I known it at first It would 730pm9am Ar BurglnLv 41pm 710am WESTBOUND have saved me a great deal of anx- Â¬ EASTDOUND iety and my little daughter much No 16ltNoB8 STATIONS tNo 67 740am1 Lv LouInvU Ar 1040am 735pm suffering Yours truly Mrs Geo 000am Lv bbelbvll F Burdick Liberty R I For sale 533pm 1025am Lv Venules Ar 012am 605pm 650pm Ar 760am 416pm by J W Gayle druggist 710pm 1110am Ar Midway Lv 780um 88pm 1 -- I am the mother of eisrht children SOUTHERN RAILWAY 1 nc VOLVKSI x - Encyclopaedia Britannica IM THOITT StmBS OCTAVO The Torch of Knowledge burns brighterto day than ever before and yet there are many people lower down in the scale ot lite tnan they ought to be or want to be The prob- Â¬ f O 1 11 a m ity 740pm 1205pm Ar Oeorgtn LV 700am EASTUOUND 5 STATIONS 300pm 2 s Eating Sores Tumors Ulcers Cancer of the Nose Eye Lip Ear Nock Breast Stomach Legs or Arms are all curable by B B B BotanicÂ¬ Blood Balm which Is made espec ially to cure all terrible Blood Dis Persistent Sores Blood and eases Skin Blemishes Scrofula that resist other treatments are quickly cured by B B B Botanica Blood Balm Skin eruptions pimples red Itching eczema scales blisters red or brownÂ¬ patches blotches catarrh rheuma tism etc are all due to bad blood and hence easily cured by B B B blood poison literally Syphilitic driven from the system by B B B Botanica Blood Balm In one to live months B B B does not con- Â¬ poison tain vegotablo or mineral any case One bottle will test It In For sale by druggists everywhere Lnritn bottles lslx for 6 Send for free hainplo bottle which will bo seat by return mail When you write describe symptoms and per sonal free medical advice will bo Address Blood Balm Co given Mitchell street Atlanta Ga Â¬ Â¬ August 17th the Chesapeake Ohio Railway will sell round trip tickets to Atlantic City and Cape May at 14 for the round trip from Lexington tickets good returning 10 days Stop overs will be allowed at Washington Baltimore and Phila delphia in either direction which will enable merchants to make a very cheap trip from Philadelphia to New York before they return home Tickets will be good going on the regular Now York Limited train leaving Lexington at 1130 a m Thursday August 17th also on the Washington Express leaving at 860 Sleeping car births are SI p in through to Atlantic City No other excursion can offer such a variety of Interesting stop overs and side trips as doc this trip to Atlantic City In addition tothe trip to tlio sea shore stops can be made at White Sulphur and at Covington Va For sleeping ear reser vations or any other information write or call on Geo W Baiinky Dlv Pass Agent Lexington Ky On Thursday Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Just What You Want tNo IltNo 74oam tNa WESTBOUND 6 tNo lems of pro- Â¬ gression can only be solv ed by tnink ling educated A WtU men and wo- Â¬ men A need For tho nnst slv mnnthn wo hnviv been selling The Red Circle Pill a preparation originated by an old and Hiiocossfill Kentnpkv nlivnlnlnn nnrl usea Dy mm lor sixty years in turn treatment ot an liver kirinnv nnrl stomach troubles Tho Red Circle PHI has not been advertised in Frankfort Our sales however have been phenominal and In eVery In- Â¬ stance tho remedy has given satisfac tion ii you are sunenng irom dys pepsia Indigestion constipation bil 2am iousness jaundice palpitation ver- tiiro or with im old fnshinnrvl bond Trains Nos 1 2 5 and 6 between Loulxvile ache if a female from painful or in- - and Lexington carry Free Observation Chair suuicient or excessive menstruation or Cars No connects at Lexington dally with from any trouble arising from a dis through sleeping cars to Birm arranged or torpid liver tho Red ingham and New Orleans Chattanooga Mecper and through Circle Pill Is warranted to relieve Irom Chattanooga to Atlanta Macon and Jackyou or we are directed to refund you sonville Trains Nos 3 and 4 through sleeping cars be vour tnnnnv Trv n bnv nt 1T fonts nirmlngbm connecting Once in your family you will never tween Louisville and at Lexington with tbrousrh Pullman deeper no without tnem w juciveo Jtiar via Ilarrimnn between Knoxvlllo Ahhuville Columbia Savannah and Jacksonville85 tf die J W Gayle The only line with three dally trains be Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 400pm Lv LouUvilAr 1040am 735pm lacxam 650pm Lv Verslles Ar 750am 445pm llWum 735pm ArNlchhlll Ar 658am 3pm U58pm a 30pm Ar Hlchmnd Lv 606am 300pm 105pm 145pm Ar Irvine Lv No I No 8 STATIONS Lv Louisville 74hm 745pm Lexington 1035pm I04tam Ar 7Opm 745um Ar Knoxvlllo MOam 110m Ar Ashevllle 00um Ar Savannah Pooam Ar Jacksonville 610pm 625am Ar Chattanooga ia45am 1 150am Ar Atlanta 25pm 110am Ar Macon 010am 010am Ar Jacksonville 630pm 645am Lv Chattanooga 1005nm llBOum Ar Ulrmlngbam 050pm Ar Meridian BS5am Ar New Orleans therefore ex- Â¬ ists for a great power which is far reaching in its influence Such a need is supplied by the world renowned Encyclopajdia It represents con- Â¬ Britannica centrated thought from the be- Â¬ ginning of the world to the present hour No subject in the realm of reason is left out The information is easily found and is clear concise authentic The New Werner Edition the latest the most complete and L educational IS the best 1 Â¬ Encyclopaedia Â¬ Â¬ Britannica for 1 Gash and the balance In small monthly The entire Thirty 30 payments Volumes with a Guide and an ele Â¬ gant Oak Book Case will be deliv Â¬ ered when the first payment Is made The Complete Set Thirty Large Octavo Volumes Â¬ During the civil war as well as In our late war with Spain diarrhoea was one of tho most troublesomo dlsea o the army hud to contend with In many instances it became chronic and the old soldiers still 48 ly sutTer from It Mr David Taylor of Wind Itldge Greene county Pa Is Residence for Sale Desirable one of theso Ho uses Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Romedv Mrs Ilensley wlslirs to dispose of and says ho novor found anything her residence containing i rooms that would glvo him such quick ro For ller it is tor sale by J v uayio fino garden and greenhouse druggist terms inquire at 410 Ann streot Â¬ hi Rev J M Ylngling pastor of the Bedford Street Methodist Church at a Cumberland Md says It affords me much pleasure to recommend Chamberlains Colic Cholora and WATUHKUPAI Wushlugton Dlarrhoe Remedy I have used It and know others who have done so I have novor know It to fall It Is a sure cure when in time For salo by J W Gayle druggist tween Louisville Shelbyvllle and Lexington t Daily except Sunday Other tralnB dully A Wiiedon STSwirr Lexington Ky IOulsvlllo Ky A DAinD T P A Louisville Ky M CDLPT M FSOANNON8d VPftOM J Washington D C Washington DC PTa PTA C WMHTATIXBAaPA Loulsvlllo Ky For Infants and Children One Minute Cough Cure quickly The Kind You Have Always Bought cures ousunato summer coughs and colds I consider it a most wonder Bears tho ful medicine quick and safe W W Morton Mayiiew Wis J E Signaturo of Â¬ CASTOR I A Tyler Nw Style Buckram Cloth MarbUd Edges Extra Quality HlghMachlnt Fin Ith Book Paper 4 oo First payment One Dollar Sioo and Three Dollars Sjoo per month thereafter Hall Morocco Marbled Edges Extra No i Quality High Machine Finish Book Paper 6000 First payment Two Dollars 100 and Four Dollars 400 per month thereafter No Sheep Tan Color Marbled Edges Extra Quality High Machine Finish Book Paper 75i 100 and First payment Three Dollars Five Dollars Ss oo per month thereafter A reduction of to per cent Is granted by paying cash within 30 days after the receipt of the work v No For inle by R K AlcCluc Sen