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TWTT7 TvWf 7rw- - 7nTT7f r jpw ry f UHNW V TV W t W TT 1jWy fe I The VOL XXII Rock Me To Sleep FLORENCE PAKOY - Frankfort Roundabout A WEEKLY PAPERS DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS SATURDAY Recruiting CtUt Noi Gaines 39lh twicers who whs recently has been detailed for the recruiting In this city and wjtn considerable succe s i GEO A LEWIS Publisher U TERMS 100 In Advance NO 53 FRANKFORT KY Appreciative SEPT 2 1890 Backward turn backward 01 time In your flight Make me a child again juBt for to- Mother como back from tne ecnoiesa hore Tnkemeigain to your hoart as of yore KI83 from my forehead the furrows of car0 Smoothethofow silver threads out of my hair Over my slumbers your loving watch keep Rock me to Sleep mother rock mo to sleep Backward flow backward O tide of the years I am so weary of toll andot tears Toil without recompense tears all In vain Take them and glvo me my childhood again I have grown weary of dust and decay Weary of flinging my soul wealth away Weary of sowing for other to reap Rock me to sleep mother rock me to sleep Tired of tho hollow the base the untrue Mother O mother mhear calls for Â¬ Â¬ nleht v rt m w w 1 Mr John Jones of Waddy visited Mr V Wheeler last week v FilANKFOHT Ky Mrs James Tracey goes dally and August 28th 18J9 sometimes twice a day tosee her son Editor of he Roundabout Mr Sam Tracey who is still in u Please allow myself and my fam- Â¬ dangerous condition the result of his ily the privilege of thanking through accident on the railroad All his old your columns the many good peoÂ¬ friends and neighbors will be glad to ple of Franklort who during our hear of any improvement in his stay ol two und a half months in health and hope he will tlnally re- Â¬ their midst have shown us so many cover courtesies and done us so many 7th iftheeyesbecoiueinilamedorheatedlnreadlngoranvothorexercise Mr J A Edge of Lexington vis- Â¬ We have never met kindnesses If you observe any of tho above signs or signals of disease It should vis- Â¬ with a people more hospitably in- Â¬ ited his parents last week His claim your immediate uttention Tho eye like tho rest of the body slowly clined or readier to make life more its are brief but oh so welcome but surely reaches tho acme the meredian of Its strength and perfection pleasant for a sojourner To morrow is Church Sunday at then passes Into a condition of weakneas and decay When this stage ar I you x i n r nini v i i slves we should avail ourselves of tho aids that science and patient research p m Manv a summer the grass has grown iumm ui inniisuic lliiu vu UUIOVIVCS Choateville at aau ociock in our way at so small expense Hump of Jb raniaort ana have thrown find that old spectacles should be replaced by a new pair Miss green hiviniiuui iiiirn fhn QiKiuf r Miss Fannie Seymour of Loulsvine When you it is always for a stronger one for your eyes never grow younger until wo Blossomed and faded our faces be many newly made but we hope Hasting friends aud the rich variety were the fuejts of Miss Winifred reach the age of second sight in the sombre twilight ot old age Imme- Â¬ tween to be found on every hand kdge la8t week diate attention to the eyes when we find we need it means many years of Yet with strong yearning and pas- of vistas delightful the environment making Mrs TJiIsv Dennis of Choateville sight saved in better vision It is no more nor less than a duty you owe sionate pain of tho Capital City We have also i yourself for careless delay results finally in vain regrets and useless com your presence founu tne murchants of Frankfort In Wns tho guest of Mrs Susie Pierce plaints Long I to night for last week their dealings with us in ariubly po- again HEADACHE FROM EYE STRAIN Miss Maude Dennis of Georgia ana so me prompt und worthy as mer- Oome from tho silence so long Highest authorities say that eye strain causes more headache nerv- Â¬ Wwr was the guest of Mrs John Dennis tilt lit u iih Vilrlinof isrrr deep also some other young ladies whose ous and stomach troublo ttian all other causes combined From this fact it Hhiii imr witi ru t riawiiio ioiiows mat inousantis oi people are suiterlng trom headaches and nervousRock me to sleep motlier rocK mo lttw recollection of our stay in names we failed to get ness defect the to sleep Frankloit that shall not soon fade Misses Lena and Annie Hemdon They who flo not realize that the cause is a irottincr or weakness In hnweyes may have taken medicine relief or mnv nf wuy accompanied by their fered thinking there is no remedy without of Falrview tfy All these cases can be perfectly cured Over my heart In tho days that are r ITXiUiUUrj J ILUUiUUilii brp111 were the guests of Miss with classes that will correct the error In the eves flown In behalf of nur citizens we desire Winifred Julge last week Nino out of every ten not fitted by an experienced expert are not mother lovo over has No lovo like to return our sincere thanks to Prof Where on earth were all our coun- - wearing glases suitable to the eyes and it is a fact that there is avast shown number of jicoiilo who have never enjoyed perfect vision and are not as yet Allmond for the kindly way in try conespondents last w eek No other worship abides and endures aware ui u ui um mtuiiici sijjiu is cormiiny uu nooiest and or greatest which he speaks of our dear little is importance Mr Tharne of Choateville Jt should be first in our care and consideration seeking to Falthful unselfish and patient like building a nice large tobacco barn city and its people obtain security for failing vision preventing the torture from headaches yours He may rest assured that ho car Mr John Burke has also built a nervousness irritation and blindness by securing the proper assistance of None like a mother can charm away lenses made and adjusted by scientibV skill ries away with him only our best largo tobacco barn pain OLAsSkS AND HEALTH pick soul ana tne worm- - wishes for his health and prosperity Mr Wheeler gave a grubbing last From the The value of properly perfectly fitted glasses with reference to health Many bushes disappeared Friday and that of his charming family weary brain from His pasture as the result of the cannot be over estimated Their effect upon the nervous system is direct Slumbers soft calms oer my heavy and through tills indirectly upon the entire organism The nerves constiGo to Camp days work tute tho most wonderful telegraphic system imaginable with direct wires lids creep Miss Hattie Tracey accompanied from the seat of government the brain to the most remote part of the an Rock me to sleep mother rock me unuer orciersot adjutant uenerai by her father visited Shelbyville ntnmv The stomach Is trdlviuiic thrmifrh Ira funniinn r ii to sleep erates the electricity which summed tho nerves with thnvlinionnmoimn Dan R Collins the Second Regi recently Come lot your brown hair just ment K S G Col Roger D WilA great many piles of rock have esaary to enable them to perform their duties Electricity is also generated oy tno lungs und me atoms oi tne oodles lighted with gold will go into been broken ready to spread on our tured and stored in the brain so that in case The electric force is manufac liams commanding tho machinery of the stomach on your shoulders agalnjas of old camp at Lexington on Monday next pike und culverts are being opened Fall This will help our pike much Let becomes disordered and fails to perform its work the reserve may bo Let it drop over my forehead to night Sept 4 for a ten days stay drawn upon while tho damage Is repaired The connection with the res- Â¬ the good work continue Shading my faint eyes away from the ervoir is so arranged that an equitable distribution of force may be af-Ordnance Sergeantt Win Berkele Ono of Mr Will Crutchers chll light cvuujimem as J left for Lexington on Thursday to 1rm hH - been nnlln lck-- ind Is still ITtwuauu u TV u IS iuiiuuciij nucu BHiiswj ono 01 mo patrons nnas necessary 7 For with its sunny edged shadows make arrangements for the ramp hope she will soon to draw more than its share of the daily supply manufactured it quite poorly We r the excuse once moro be hotter must not come from the reserve This is illustrated in tho Hyperpope Haply will throng tho sweet visions Bad Affair We are having quite a nice nttend- - whose oyo is too short and in the astigmatic eye which Is unable to focus of yore ance at our schuof In spite of hot rays perfectly on its retina Lovingly softly its bright billows 0l Clarence Burbrldgo and Abe weather and having quite along diseases9 may unreiisonuoio to a sert mat a very large per cent of nervous be absolutely cured without the aid of medicines other than sweep alstuuce to go lor water InStreets two colored men became rimnprlv flttwl nillr nf uniwhirOpa Ac rinunli runntlnno ni iir 11 ir me to sleep mother rock mo Rock Mrs Ella Pierce and Mrs Ada art dependent upon a large amount of nerve force so does the mind the volved in a dltllculty on Sunday to sleep Pierce during which Streets hit Burbridgo Invalid are frequent visitors to their most delicate of all attributes of tho body require perfect connection and brother Mr am Tracy adequate supply and it Is the first to note and be distressed at n hnrt Â¬ Mother dear mother the years have with a brick crushing his skull renSCKIBE Hern nm inmin tv nnmrM frnm t h k Minn tut finunj nAmKiini XICSIIUII J Willi all WIU1W IUIIIUI1JC1 been long necessary dering an operation ot food by which not only electricity and blood is manufactured depends Since I last Hsted to your lullaby Streets was arrested and jailed to Resolutions of Frankfort Lodge No 28 upon the electrio current sent by the brain through the pneumogastrlc eong nerve to the stomach If this be already consumed by the nerve strain await the result of Burbrldges in 10 0 F the result is a family row and our headache nervous and Htnninch trouble Sing then and unto my soul It shall lurlra whlnh uro serious already tho cause of the rumpus soem Whereas n link has dropped are Co Con Gets Him 51KA1JNHU The pausing of years has been only a from the chain of Friendship Love Tho headaches are usually frontal and sometimes occipital and are and Truth nnd Brother Jasper Dal- dream or doing mado worse by reading Clasped to your heart ln a loving One Bob Tillman a colored son of ton has been removed to a higher oyo strain are dimness ofwriting heaviness close work The symptoms of vision or tired feeling of tho eyelids and grander Lodge above embrace a gun undertook to break up a camp d eyebrows frowning and watery eyes squinting double vision ina- liesolved Thut In the death of With your icnt lasnea just sweeping meeting of the colored persuasion Brother Dalton our order has sustain oiuiy toHow or reau aioveuiugor wnen tne ngnt is dim some patients and my face near Carlisle this week by selling ed a great and Irreparable loss which can see better at long distance pee yet have severe eye strain and will furnish the feel Never hereafter to wake or to weep mountain dew at five cents a we deeply nril and r our Lodge will limit Dn Goldstein asksII no II II foii examination hiinivi lonCf Hflt ll imllK A IT1 l hrllDJI mill afula fr1 11m na lm II u me to sloop mother rook me Rock drink In defiance of your Uncle to sleep Col Con McCarty U S Do not think thnt because the doctor is here his prices will neces- Sam Bnt Jiesolved Thut we deeply sym TVnutv Mni flhnl bnd hiislness with nntbizo with his family and unlto earlly bo high but glvo him n visit and learn freo of chnrco tho true rnmH Monday Mornings Early Fire cheaply n Mr Tillman and ho was invltedto with them In deploring the departure froin any reliable specialist and r it does not follow that you must place an most uinlablo gentleman an laKoa ireo nae to Lexington and yfnHfnt hhzpii nnhrfatinmit hwirt order with him unless his exumlnat on merits vourconfldencflnnii Ms nri A fire brokoout ln a row of framo Louisville He gracofully accepted and an affectionate husband and are satisfactory Glasses have wonderful cosmetic effects Nothing will romovo pre- kind and Indulgent father cottages on Hill street at 220 oclock Next Jiesolved That n copy of these reso- - mature roughness and wrinkles from tho face sooner than glasses properly morning destroying fourtof Monday New Music lutlons ho published in tho Frank- - fitted Dr Goldstein knowing how Ignorant tho average person is of tho laws tho houses Owing to the crossing fort papers and a copy bo furnished of the wires no alarm was turned In Dr W E Baxter of this clly is to the family of the deceased nnd of nature and tho permanent injuries resulting therefrom and oftlmes good reminding persons of what they iilreudy knowde- out and notice was given personally tho composer of a piece of music thatthemimobo made a part of tho results growing mum of sirca iu ueueiu thus creating such delay that tho entitled Frankfort Two Step Largo stock of artificial eyes adjusted with correctness Jiesolved That tho charter of our Room 12 and Capital Hotel Parlor flromen could not savo tho houses which has met with great favor by Lodge be draped In mourning for Fitting children with sptctacles a specialty involved but provented tho flames Saxtons Band It will bo given 80 days Parents do not neglect your childrens oiis Difficult cases solicited W II Jkkfkiks to others from spreading during tlio intermission at tho Comic All questions ln regard to the eyos cheerfully answered S A Tiiomak Tho loss was some 800 with no Opera of Tho Two Vagabonds at Consultation and examination thee T B Ford Oflico hours from 0 a in to 4 p m Phono 101 insurance so far as vo could learn tho Opera House on Tuesday night Committee 417 Prof Marcus 13 Allmond A M u distinguished educator from Louisville hits been spending tno summer with his family at Juago Hobsons residence in outh Frank- fort Prof Allmond is a Virginian vas cduiatcut ut the University of Va was live years professor of An- ln the Louisville cent Male High School He has been mmy ymM hetdllJtMter of tho UnI verslty School there He Is the Jluthor of quUo a numbur of books His noted poem Estello has reached the fourth edition being widely read in this country and Europe It will perhups be pleasing to the people of Frankfort to learn from the follow- ing lute to the Roundabout thut the Professor aud his family have been favorably impressed with Frankfort and its citizens LL D U 8 Vol appointed purpose of is meeting Will bo at tho Capital Hotel Saturday September 9th Ono Week -- A Word to Mothers jng Mothers of children affected with croup or u seven cold need not hesi Â¬ tate to administer Chamberlains Cough Remedy It contains no oplato nor narcotic in any form nnd may bo given us confidently to the babe its to an adult The gieat suc cess that has attended Its use In tho treatment of folds and crouu has won for it the approval and praise It ha received throughout the United Ulra nrl EL Iftds- - vsgg4rin nsssz rurauiu uy J SPWj viiiir uniisi The eye being a rather deligate organ great care should be exercised In theselectlon of proper spectacles Many believe that spectacles should bo resorted to only when the sight becomes so defective as not to be nble to dn without them This Is a great mistake which must be combattcd Whenever there is unmistakable evidence of the need of their aid they should be used A neglect of this rule sometimes produces mischief which resuns in serious diseases n me course oe persisted in ay -- ui Pea Ridge Campbell Street THE EYE IS THE WINDOW OF THE SOUL Beware how you use it and how you abuse it When should spectacles first be used nnd those in use abandoned 1st When you are obliged to use small objects to a considerable dis Â¬ tance from the eye in order to see them distinctly 2d If you find it necessary to get more light than formerly as for in Â¬ stance to place the light between your eye and the object 8d If on looking at and attentively considering a near object it becomes confused and appears to have a kind of mist before it 4th When the letters of u book run together and appear to have doubled or trebled 5th If the eyes are fatigued by a little exercise so that you are obliged to shut them from time to time or relieve them by looking at other objects 5th If black spotsappearbeforetheeyes or seem iloatingaroundtheeyes I I Â¬ J I I Â¬ - j Â¬ I I Â¬ I t Â¬ I iim Â¬ 1 i - Â¬ 11 i A w- x vj tmi I tvic I 1 111 I I I v TIN FRUIT CANS m We have stock in the of these two necessary articles during canning season We have a greater variety and larger stock of tinware now than we have had for many months PRESERVING KETTLES the largest city JOHN T R JrkTI JhW FREE - M s w fetf PERSONAL S ft death of her mother Mrs Elizabeth MIsB Mry fiagan or Alton Is tliQ Short guest of Mrs Ed Stovens Fourth Rev B H Dement of Midway preached two fine sermons at tho Avenue Mies Lulio Ohoate has returned First Baptist Church in this city from a visit to Woodford and Fayette Sunday counties Mrs A S Hubbard and grandson Mr Geo A Lewis of this offlco Master Charley Neal left Saturday atives in Covington made a business trip to Cincinnati for a visit to friends in Monmouth Illinois Mr W H Oulton returned Tuesday this week from Jackson county Mrs W M Kavanaugh and chil Mr Jno T Buokley wife and son A handsome suirof furniture will Miss Rose Crirtonden is visiting Master Edmund have gono to New dren of Little Rock Ark are visiting Mrs Anna M Kavanaugh In South York City friends in Owensboro Frankfort be given to the couple marring in Judge B L D Guffy loft Thursday Master Will Farmer left for LouisMrs Sally Thomas- - and trimmer public in on the Falls City Wednesday for Southern Kentucky ville of my Miss Nannie Keobe left Monday for aicenuon Mr Egbert Stephens and wife have tho East to purchase her fall stock of store on Main street dnring the Mrs Wm Cromwell returned Satur millinery gone to New York City Street Fair October 3 4 5 and 6 day night trom and Cleve- Â¬ MiBses Salllo B and Ool Jos It Newton has returned land Ohio Julia Showalter have returned homo after a delight J from a trip to Cincinnati Mrs G L Roberts and children ful visit to relatives in Lexington and Mr Sam D Johnson and wife went went to Louisville on tbo Falls City Georgetown to Lexington on Thursday Wednesday Mies Lindsey of Louisville and Col W 0 P Breckinridge of Lex- Â¬ Mr L Labrot wifo and daughter Miss Starling of Greenville Miss ington was here yesterday Miss Irma have returned from were guests of Miss Katherine Lindsey this week Mr It K Woodson visited friends Atlantic olty In Woodford county Sunday Mr Jas M Burbrldge who has been Mrs M J Gaines and daughter Col W S Dehoney visited friends Miss Jennie have returned from assigned to duty at tne Old Crow for some time returned to nis nomo in in Columbia Mo this week Atlantic City Paris yesterday Miss Eunice Kirk of Louisville 1b Mrs W M Saffell and daughter Tuesday visiting friends In this county Miss Todd have returned from Rev T F Taliaferro left session of for Carlisle to attend the Atlantic City Mr Sam D Johnson and wife have Kentucky Conference of the Metho Mrs W T Lindsey and son of dist Church South returned from New York City Gov W 0 Bradley made a social Asheville N 0 arrived in this elt Misses Annie and Bettie Plasters of on Thursday visitoin Lexington on Monday Louisville who have been visiting son Miss Pattie Graham near this city Mr W Hon David H Smith of Hodges returned P Hudson jr wife and on from Stamford Conn have returned home ville was in the city this week Sunday night Col Green R Koller of Carlisle Mr Jno B Dryden of the Call Mrs Jas A McEwan and son Jas has been a visitor hore this week at went to Cincinnati on Tuesday A jr left yesterday for Shelbyville tho bedside of his son Dr H ti Mis H T Stanton Is the guest of to visit relatives Keller and of his wife her daughter Mrs J G McLean Mrs Belle R Shannon left Thurs 007 n OOC MA IN PT Mr Fred S Grinstead of Lexington Gen D W Lindsey attended circuit day lor Orawfordsville Ind where who has been the guest of his parents FRANKFORZKY court at Lawrenceburg tnls ween she will reside in future Mr R L Grinstead and wife had l Mr Sam J Shackelford and wife Miss Ella H Wolff of Georgetown gone to Petoskey Mich was the guest of her sister Miss have returned from Atlantic City Misses Pattie and Ophelia Thomas KSw3SHSSH9S93nnannn0onnnnnSQoanananflaaQnQanananaoaBB son who attended the house party of aauauanaaaauuucauaaaLiuuuaaaauuuuBaBaaacacaaacacaaaua Misses Mary and Margaret Page Frances Wolf this week Mrs Sam M Bush and children of Mies Lillie Mao Stone of Stamping ua no have returned from Atlantic City aa GO Louisville were guests of Mr Geo F Ground have returned home ng Mr J W R Williams returned Berry and wife this week ca oa Mrs Mary J Lewis who has been ca from Atlantic City on Wednesday GO Mr Hairy Graham of Greenville visiting her son Mr J F Lewis in ca aa Miss Fattie Williams returned from Miss wiib the guest of his mother Buffalo N Y for the last two weeks ca DO ea Atlantic City Wednesday evening a Mrs Mag Graham this week returned home on Wednesday ca ca ES Mr Ohas W Saffell and wife re Miss ca Solbert David Davis Messrs Jno Miss Davidson of Paducah OCT aa turned Saturday from Atlantic City and Alex Szymunskl returned Wed- Stone of Stampine Ground and Mr na aa Thomasson of Morganflejd are the ua ca Mr James Heoney has returned nesday night from Cincinnati ca na rom Baltimore and New York City Prof McHenry Rhoads couducted guests of Miss Pattie Thomasson na C3 ua Mr Darsie reports 24 additions it aa G Todd and daughter of the Shelby councy teachers institue Mrs Alice ca his iecent meeting at Ghent Ky 1 oa Louisville are guests of relatives here this week returning last night ca SCI men and 8 women This is a veiy ca G3 Mr Abo Bacbmnnn of Cincinnati unusual and surprising proposition Mios Janie Dehoney has returned aa no ca from a visit to relatives in George- was bore xnursaay snaKing nanus Miss Margaret A Lewie who has aa aa with his many old time friends tsa town been spending hor vacation with her ua ca Miss Birdie Ashurat of George- brother Mr Will A Lewis at Los no Miss Mary A Sullivan of Louiseg ca ville visited friends in this city this town who has been the guest of Mrss Angeles Cal returned home Thurs- na CD eg Una Marshall has roturned home day morning UU week aa oa Misses Mary and Margaret Safla Mr Steele Reading who has been aa Mrs M W Stephens has returned aa from a trip to Ohio and the eastern rans wore the guests of Miss Hen Â¬ on a trip to ios angeies ana oiner j na points in California and slnco his 55 rietta Wans of Versailles last wook cities aa ca return to the State visited in Shelby ca Mr Hugh Merchant who is in the county roturned homo on Saturday oa Mr Jas H Polsgrovo was called to ca People who want to make their money go as eg Louisville Sunday by the death of a employ of the Adams Express Co in night gg DQ Lexington spent Sunday in this city friend eg far as possible are buying their winter coal now UTtnn WWiJUl TTnln rraitn o vtlanan f JU t7flnl MUIU 41XIOO MVUUM ca Mrs T F Taliaferro and daughters Mrs M T Lylo of Lexington was eg nertalnment on Tuesday night in oa the guest of relatives in this city yes Misses Maude and Hatlle have gone r honor of her guests Miss Louise aa en before they have to pay for dirt and slack eg to tho Methodist Conferouco at Oar Woidmer of Anchorage and Miss aa terday oa on lisle eg Valley View A ua Mrs Will Graham and daughter Alice Richardson of along with it VANDERPOOL Coal is clean oa rjd Mrs Helen McOlure andldaughtar good tlmo was had Margaret went to Louisville on Wed eg aa Miss Mattle visited her father Dr nesday ca dry and first class in every respect Rev Goorgo Darsio roturned from ca eg Mined in H Black in Stamping Ground this Ghont Monday evening and loft for aa Miss Elizabeth Jefferson of Lexing E ca ca eg Norfolk and Virginia Beach Tuesday aa ton is tlit guest of Miss Bessie week very large lumps clean and free frojn slack ca evening on the U 0 Mrs Darsie oa Hardin eg Mr J E Uanfleld wifo and ohi aa and hor niece Miss Elizabeth Barrett ca ua Mr Geo A Lewis of this office dren who have been visiting frlinds accompanied him They will bo gono aa Just the coal for farmers who have no coal eg was called to Lexington on business In Now York State have returnou ten days ca na eg Monday home Stands yarding Let me supply you houses ca Messrs 0 0 Furr Geo L Tnm rn ea Huston Wood Frank G Stngg Noblo brj oa this year eg Lindsey Jno W Milam Jas E Stono uu ca and Frank Cannon mombers of tho ca Frankfort Fishing Club who havo tq been on theiranuual outing returned tjy Sa ra homo on Friday night 50 scrub it and ca Mr W S Yntos of Georgetown J na eg wear off the sur- Â¬ d entertained tho guests of Miss Lillio aa Mao Stono with a most delightful iza face Use Gold Dust hay ride Thoso being piesent wore ct Washing Powder V Misses Flora Davidson of Puducah eg Gibbons of Lexington Zelina Brown Vks according to direc- Â¬ aa of Georgetown Ophelia Thomasson CT Office Head of Clinton Street - Telephone ng tions printed on of Frankfort Behsio Hawes Dixie id 100 ua eg Trlplott Lizzlo Sparks offatamplng every package and ua nnanarnrannrnnanarjnfcanannnnriannnnriarrinniTiTiww--- Ground and Messrs Ora Jameson you will be pleased Ueoige Adams Gcorgo and John Tilioul and Ed Oldham Their with the results and luncheon being stick candy and Henry KochFer Announcement surprised at the Company cinckers Col Geo H Stehlln was In Cincin- nati this wook Mrs W J Hendrick went to Louis- Â¬ ville on Sunday Mr It W McRory was in George- Â¬ town on Monday Miss Agnes Power is visiting relÂ¬ Miss Prue Hunt Brawnor hns re Mr Matt Bonckhardt and wife of turned from a visit to friends in Lexington wero called here by tho Â¬ m Indiana il 4 W i Â¬ 2b rtt 1 Â¬ JFMWJWTT Â¬ Put-in-Ba- y v i- Â¬ MARRIAGE toRrfOiTffl V A V r 4 ii 3 i Â¬ 1 Â¬ Economy in Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Coal Â¬ V Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ in Washing Paint dont MRS A Dudley Blanton iii 1 saving in labor Bend for free booklet Ooldtn Itulei for Homework p i Ls THE N K FAIRBANK COMPANY NewTork SILouli Bostoa Cblco IBB Want sovernl ear loads of cliolco One Minute Cough Cure juickly Wo nre authorized to nnnouncc curcrt oustlimto summer cougim mid Mr JOHN AV H12M0NES of walnut oirs Willi 1 coiiBicler It a moat wonder- - ifurvlclnml as n cimdidatu for Jailor i price TJioy also buy ponlar colds iml lul me w v w can r rnmv wiu ur W Merton juiijiiu iW ncunn cm iiiu awiiuuiium jmriy ai oln nl L9l8vl0 Ky- Tyler fil lm fir rw v mu SfcZZlSKtf RHW IV7im1BU mtSm Twjr 7rPfT7ri X tl WT 25 50c0c i 3 for 25c l2PriceIIOo m H 12 Hi Any Straw HatS A large stock of A grand assort seamless in tlie house at Mens handker ment of new neck Brown wear in Club Ties cnPirc cnnr half price Quite a chiefs white and S number of desirable Band Bows Pour- colored border inlands and Tecks viceable quality I styles left Gj w Returns Seed Wheat for sale Q 63 1 Just Look PETTIDSOnsr Bad Blood TR Carts Baby Buggies Dr R Goldstein tho celebrated optician who has done bo much sat- isfactory work for our citizens in tho adjustment of glares In the past will return to this city one week from to duy and may be found in his jooms at the Capital Hotel His terms aro reasonable and his glosses aro first class An excellent quality of Terra Fultz - v lt H Mabtin Getting Ready The soothing and healing proper tlesof Chamberlains Cough Remedy At the ad of tho Lexington Brew- Â¬ its pleasant taste aud prompt aud permanent cures have made it ing Co in another place Mr J great favorite with the people every-a Â¬ Henry Zltt tho ovial and pop where For sale by J W Gaylo ular Secretary and Treasurer was in druggist the city yesterday and made us a Attention Farmers pleasant call Mr D O Robinson Is the agent for this hustling concern Son I will As assignee of Miles continue to exchange flour for wheat Lost Pair of Glasses I am keeping a stock of flour on hand and will continue to supply the Some where on tho street between trade with flour unell further arSecond street South Side and the rangements are mode Christian Church a pair of gold E L Samuel rimmed eye glasses in a sliver 51 tf Assignee of MHea Son mounted morocco case bearing the August 18 1899 letters A B G Finder pleaso leave at this office and be rewarded Quarantine Withdrawn at OIJ Point Â¬ Â¬ m Cure Frcel Can- Â¬ Go ntendent of the City Schools desires that all the teachers meet him in the office of tho public school building at 10 oclock this morning The prospects for the work of tho year will bo discussed and plans formed accordingly I Prof McHenry Rhoads Superi- Â¬ Comfort m Rev Wm Crowe jr the popular and talented pastor of tho Southern Presbyterian Church will have charge of some of the classes in His- Â¬ tory and English in tho Winston School for Young Ladies this fall To Change Base it i Mr W J Scottow tho enterpris- Â¬ ing Broadway street groceryman - will shortly move his stock into tho storeroom on Main street next door to that of Mr Geo H Stehlln Mr Scottow is a reliable merchant and has gradually built up a good bus iness We wish him success in his new houso Â¬ The quarantine existing at Norfolk and Old Point Comrorton account of Yellow Fever having been with Â¬ drawn this Is to notify all concerned that the Chesapeako and Ohio Rail way will resume the bale of tickets Persons have been known to to Old Point Comfort and all points 48 ly affected by the quarantine gain a pound m day by taking The Bi monthly excursions to Old County Taxes an ounce of SCOTTS EMUL-Â¬ Point Comfort on the second and and Whiskey Bablta It is strange but it often fourth Tuesdays will also be resumed SION commencing with the second Tues cured at home with Notice is hereby given that the out pain Book of par Round trip happens day in September ticular aent FREE State and county taxes for tho year tickets DR B M WOOLLEY CO Somehow the ounce produces days will be 1500 limited to 21 1899 are now due and payable Miiiuinu7li UUl c 104 Morta Pryor St Pleaso come forward and settle the pound t it seems to start the For full Information write promptly and save the penalty V Barney Geo digestive machinery going prop Ben F Suter Div Passenger Agent FRANKFORT BUSINESS C0LLE0E AND 45 tf Sheriff Franklin County erly so that the patient is able Lexington Ky NORMAL INSTITUTE to digest and absorb his ordinary TIIIRD ANNUAL SESSION BEGINS FIRST How To Gain Flesh Â¬ Eating Sores Tumors Ulcers cer of the Nose Eye Lip Ear Neck Breast Stomach Leg9 or Amid are all curable by B B B Botanic Blood Balm which is made espec- Â¬ ially to cure all terrible Blood Dis eases Persistent Sores Blood and Skin Blemishes Scrofula that resist other treatments ore quickly cured by B B B Botanica Blood Balm Skin eruptions pimples red itching eczema scales blisters red or brown patches blotches catarrh rheuma- Â¬ tism etc are all duo to bad blood and hence easily cured by B B B Wood poison literally Syphilitic driven from the system by B B B Botanica Blood Balm in one to five months B B B does not con Â¬ tain vegetable or mineral poison One bottle will test it in any case For sale bv druggists everywhere Large bottles SI six for 5 Send for free sample bottle which will bo sent by return mail When you write describe symptoms and per- Â¬ sonal free medical advicp will be Addres4 Blood Balm Co given 411 Mitchell street Atlanta Ga Â¬ Nice Line Low Prices R Rogers iii Sons Â¬ npiuM Â¬ I food which he could not do be- Â¬ fore and that is the way the gain is made A certain amount of flesh is necessary for health if you have not got it you can get it by taking VSiitf 1 ii 25r39 1 UflKnMMBIBHBHilj0HlMUnPBBiIKo 1 IvwniVDSW The Favorite Line From TO- MODAY IN SEPTEMBER BUSINESS DEPT NORMAL DEPT Book krepInK Mathematics Language stiutiiniil Typewriting Science tngltsu and preparatory for CiTll Ttleurm y u cnewl commercial vvor j --flee examination Deservlii students ns iixted t Call on oracmmv- u u Jih k Principal Re8lilenc- - corner Lotfaii ami 0u4bell streets July 22 tSl LOUISVILLE - FARM FOR SALE I have a tarm containing SKVENTY SIX ACRES ut land east or the old trow distillery which I wlsti to sell There Is a tobacco barn 7Uxi leet Dwelling containing four rooms Usual outbuildings Well watered by iever-fall-Iii- k sprints or terms Ac apply to WT U LANTER Selling Out to Quit Business ftcoirs pulsion Â¬ CHICAGO ii 1 J v As I wish to quit business I offer at You will find It just as useful in sununei a bargain my stock of hardware Elegant trnin equipment of eoales trucks ioe chests cash regis as In winter and if you are thriving upon c Gome quickly if you desire it dont top because the weather is warm luxurious Parlor and Dining ter cars and modern Wagner Palace to purchase Also two good buggy 50c and f 100 all druggtitj horses Drawing Room sleepers SCOTT DOWNE Chemists New York H R Williams For tickets rates and general Second Street Sept 2 tf A diseased stomach surely undo information by prospective pas Â¬ mines health It dulls tho brain sengers to all tho vast North That Throbbing Headache Â¬ NHt Red Hot Fron the Qua i a PM Would quickly leave you if you used Dr Kings New Life Pills Thousands of sufferprs have proved their matchless merit for Sick and They make Nervous Headaches pure blood and strong nerves and build up your health Easy to takt Try them Only 25 cents Money cured Sold by J W back if Gaylo druggist nt kills energy destroys tho nervous system and predisposes to Insanity west including All dyspeptic and fatal diseases CALIFORNIA troubles arc quickly cured by Kodo Dyspepsia Cure It has cured thou sands of cae and Is curing tlvni every day Its ingredients are such Frank J Reed G P A that it cant help curing J E 0 H Rockwell Trail Mgr Tyler G M V MDool P Â¬ tl A WONDERFUL A CURE OF DIARRHOEA Addross E H Bacon D P A Louisville Ky Was tho ball that hit G B Stead man of Newark Mich in the civil war It caused horrible ulcers that no treatment helped for 20 years Then Bucklens Arnica Salve cured Cures cuts lim bruises burns My Pull a d Winter Goods are nil boils felons corns skin eruptions ro take your or- Best pile cure on earth 25 cents n In and I urn itwH In addition to my regular box ders Cure guaranteed Sold by Merchant Tailoring business I keep J W Gaylo druggist a book containing a full line of Ham plea for a cheaper line of Olotbiiig wnlcn guarantee to glvo satlstac tlon Respectfully LAST V PERBERIOH FORCVCR Â¬ X To Try it Again or four weeks out w uimmnoriains Pain Balm Is freely applied a com plete euro may bo effected in a very Pain Halm also cures fow days rheumatism cuts bruNes aud burns For sale by J W Gaylo druggist Â¬ I suffered with diarrhoea for a long As usually treated a sprain will tlmo and thought I was past being disable tho injured person for three cured I had spent much time and Mr August Szymauski son of Mr Alex Szymanski who was a mom bprof Capt Noel Gaines company of tho Third Kentucky Volunteers has ro onllsted under Cant Gaines and will go to tho Philippines with his regiment Prominent Virginia Editor Had Almost Given Up but was Brought Back to Perfect Health by Chambe- Â¬ rlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy READ HIS EDITORIAL From the Times Hillstille Va 00H ifl f NjA PREMIER Copner FlateJ All Steel Levers Combination Beam Catalogue free Address Jones PERFECT SCALES or Binqhamton INC2HAMTON N Y For Rent Cheap The Sites Mag Exuiu property on Murray street Apply to L F 35 tf Johnson Dr R P Uuckmaster For Sale W X i i Tho rcsldonce of Dr Sawyler on Broadway Eight rooms dry col lars finished attic largo garden and yard Having two halls and and stairways It can bo easily converted into two dwellings Voe terms 6331 apply on tho premises Â¬ money and su tiered so much misery that 1 had almost decided to glvo up all hopes of recovery and wait the result but noticing tho advortise moot of Chumberlalns Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy urnfr also some testimonials stating bow some wonderful cures had bfon wrought by this remedy I decided to try it After taking a few doses I was en- Â¬ tirely woll of that trouble and I wish to say further to my reader and fellow sutrorers that 1 am a halo and hearty man to day and fool as well as I over did in my life O R Mookk Sold by J W Goyle drug- - Osteopath VV M es rj WMyZSZW fftJgpS TYPEWRITFR fygffifr HESS WWJ0 J4M aTANU AMONG WKUINU MACHINES N SUPERIOR CONSTRUCTION SIMPLICITY 0URAJ1UTVAND EASE OrACQUlREMENT I 1KM Has opened an oillce in tho resi Â¬ dence of Mr Clias T Kllwanger No f12 Main street where he Invites jJioo suffering from diseases to call Thoro will bo no charge for exami Â¬ nation lie asks an opportunity to demonstrate his ability Call aud ou tf see him Bearstho 1 The Smith Premier TypiiwRrrER cq Cincinnati Ohio 412 Walnut Street OASTOniA yllis Kind You Have Always Bought jja Mi3X3sU IWtfil fc i d hiM ill -- Tl7mWP 1 r Corsets Our W B Summer Corsets are made of the very best material Every pair is made with a pt -- 1 pocket covering to the bones and steels which prevents to the utmost the piercing of the material When lady once tries the W B Corset she will have no other Prices 50c to 150 every pair warranted vjur aim is always to give to the customer the best values possible We carry a large line of ladies and childrens hos- Â¬ iery and have some special values for 10 15 and 25 cents per pair Ladies black and tan drop stitch hose fine quality only 25c All HOSIERY Towels All Linen Towels 32x17 only 10c All Linen Towel 40x20 only 15c All Linen Damasked Towels 15 cents All Linen Large Damasked Towel fine qualit well knotted fringe only 25c We also have some extra values t offer in WHITE TABLE LINENS 50c to 15 100 per yard None higher ftlT We are agents for the McCALL Bazar Patterns patterns 10 and cents nsro -- ii ssrr olaib A -- ah ibiesxidg iej Why the C3 JLmJp trLy J 311 7 55 The Frankfort Rouaaaiiout Entered nt the postofflcent Frankfort Kentucky as second class mailable matter Another Cable Frightful Blander QEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub I FRANKFORT SEPT The Street Pair 2 1899 We understand that there is another company asking for the privilege of laying a cable to the island of Cuba In the person of the Postal Telegraph Co As we beliovo that competition is the life of trade and do not think any one company should wish to have all the business we trust that the Government will if not in contravention of previous contracts give the permission asked Alarm Â¬ Â¬ Will often cause a horrible Burn Scald Cut or Bruise Bucklens Arnica salvo the best In the wold will kill the pain and promptly heal It Cures Old Sores Fever Sores Ulcers Bolls Felons Corns all Skin Eruptions Best pile cure on earth Only 25 cts n box Cure guaranteed 3old by J W Gayle druggist LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MARKET srsesfs Laiies of ftuUli Next County Should Visit Heeneys Dry Goods Emporium Broadway feet Now that the Street Fair i3 an es- Â¬ tablished fact it behooves every one in this city who intends to take any part in it to be up and doing in mak Â¬ ing their arrangements The good people of our fair city never yet undertook to do anything that they did not make a sucees s of t as instance the centennial celebration and the several inaugural ceremonies that have taken place here ever bince this city was made the Capital of the State If therefore we all go to work and pull together the present affair will be no exception to the general rule Business has been only fairly good this summer owing to the small pox scare and the drouth and it behooves every one who is interested in any thing that will advance the general welfare to stir themselves and mai e the proposed Street Fair a success in every way Â¬ at Noon Monday FURNISHED BY GLOVER u DURRKTT LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Heoaaie the line of Hhararook tnbla linens whloh we will place on sale Monday is tho handsomest And ohnapeat evor shown in Frankfort Because we are going to offer great bargain In ready made skirts Tjlnen 75o White P K 160 Orepon 576 An alarm from box 80 called the to Congleton Bros saw- Â¬ mill at noon Monday It was found that a sawdust pile was on fire It was easily extinguished with no loss fire boys Painful Accident As Mrs Mary HafT who Is the guest of Mrs Jno T Buckley was coming down the stairs at Mrs Buckleys on Tuesday afternoon she slipped and fell dislocating her elbow Dr E E Hume was called and attended to the injury and Mrs Huff while considerably bruised and jarred is doing as well as could be looked for Robbed the Grave I School Butter John Oliver of Philadelphia r kids in this city with sad hearts on Monday morning when they have to shoulder their satchels and reume their stud- iwj at the various schools This ought not to be for the vacation has been a month longer than usual the session having ended early in May in place of June The prospects for the ensuing year are first class The school fund has be so much Increased that the full term of ten months win no taugni Tnls or course will be good news to for it means an Increase of income of ten per cent In addition to tho splendid pub- lie schools wo will have the fine high school of Prof Winston where those who do not wish to send their children away from home can have them enjoy first class training nt i home v No mistake will be made by any one who sends to any one of our schools There will bo many Appointed fiflZ I 6 00 lugs Common to medium leaf 6 00a Medium to good leaf 8 00 11 00 riliiilli rfnvimrivkirlilvr livrluv Good to flnoloaf 10 00a 13 00 13 OPS 23 00 Three physicians had given me up 8eleotor wrappery Fortunately a friend advised trying 1630 to New York City and Return and to my great Electric Bitters Â¬ was the subject is narrated by him as follows I was in a most dreadful condition My skin was almost yeltongue coated low eyes sunken pain continually In back and sides A sta t ing Incident of which Mr Oommonlugsnotcolory 4 00g Common Oolory lugs 5 50 Medium to good oolory Sales on our n arke for the week just closed amount to 3578 hhds with receipts for the same period of 2204 hhds Sales on our market since Jan uary 1st amount to 112988 hhdp Sales of the crop ot 1898 on our market to tl is date amount to 111 03 hhds Tfto offerings on our market were liboral again this week and the condition of the market moro satisfactory than it was last week Some improvement was shown on all grades of colory tobacco and the market was without that irregularity which was so conspicuous last week The good grades of leaf sold from 14 to iu70 witn notmng real line on the market In some localities tho late rjlantlner ot tobacco is sufferinc considerably tor want of rain but the coudition of tho crop generally is favorabla Tho following quotation fairlj represent our mamet for burley tobacco 1898 crop Trashdark or damaged 2 60 3 50 tobacco Common Oolory trash 3 50 Medium to good colory 5 003 trash Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Because our line of KerohiHf Scarfs Is the prettiest And greatest values for the price 50o ever seen In Frankfort Beoanse we are showing h nice line of famishing goods at exceed Â¬ ingly low prloes Because we are going to give you everything In the Wash Goods line at yonr own prloe It will pay you to buy and put away for next year and we wont carry them over Becauso we have the largextnnd most oompleto line of perfumery in the city Your favprlte odor must be here Perfumes Toilet Waters Extracts all fragrant fresh and tow prices HF ENEYS 811 BROADWAY mm hub mPRICES LOWEST - 1HE33E5 wim mtm ssts BEST OPPOSITE CAPITAL T- The Chesapeake Ohio Railway 00it three weeks will sell round trip tickets from Lex- Â¬ am Uin now a well man I know ington to New York and return at they saved my life and robbed the the low rate of sixteen dollars and e of nuothvl Jjuone thirty cents Tickets on sale Sep 1 4 at J W Gayles tember 2 3 and30th good to returnÂ¬ cent RUaranteed up to September Stopover al drug store lowed nt Washington For further Information call at Phoenix Hotel ej tner U3e for Â¬ Comic Opera and depot ticket orlices Geo W Barnev D P A JACOB SWIGERT II ufrr- - 0ul iiii CO I H Roberts his Private Secretary Gov Bradley appointed Col Fred but whose homo Is In Oweniboro to bo City Judge of Owensboro to fill the vacancy caused by tho death of Judge C N Pendleton Tho ap was made Thursday pointment morning Judge Roberts is an able man and will make a good judge Recruiting h44 ft je0pje plaints has made It standard over the Ge rretown aione t wjtIu6s civilized world For sale by J W comic opera at our Opera House Gayle druggist the evening of September 5th A word regarding seats may not be Poot Mashed of amiss People who know usually betect the seats furthest from tho While Mr O E James assistant stage for an opera performance to City Engineer Woodson was en Â¬ thus getting a better effect of the gaged about his duties he had the and ot the misfortune to have his left foot music especially We know this to bo a badly mashed disabling and laying choruses fact The house will be packed him up FOR YOUNQ LADIES Frankfort Ky tickets are now on bale at tho Summer Lake Tours A bonnling nnd dny school or young ladles nnd children stores and the reserved seats can Primary Academic and Colleglnto Departments Anoiont and Modorn languages n specialty Frenoh and be had ut Barretts Saturday Tho mecca of Americas resorts German taught by Dorlltz mot hod Music Art nnd Elocution Iiihtruotlon individ by all exper ualized and very thorough in nil dcpartuionu Constant poronal inlluonco uliko in has been proclaimed morning and after tat tiere ye iearn from a reliable source w Tho grat success of Chamberlains b0 from 100 to 200 Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem come from pajs anj edy in the treatment of bowel com Â¬ Â¬ IrisuLrsLrice 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Baasmeat tb3 Capital Hotol te THE WINSTON SCHOOL Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ y Haycraft Is recruiting for the 3ith U S Volunteers nt Versailles It Usald that the War Department wants about 100 men from that county It also wishes as Fiiank J Cheney innny Kcntucklins to enlist as can Sworn to boforo me and subscribed In my presonco this Oth day of Do bo secured combor AD1880 --n A WQLEASON Henry Koeliler Company f S13AL Notary Public car loads of choice Halls Catarrh Cure is taken interWant heveral walnut logs Will nay highest cash nally and acts directly upon the blood price They also buy poplar and and mucous surface of the system hardwood lumber In mixed cars Send for testimonials free Write them at Louisville Ky Sold by Drutjglflts 75o JilOm Halls Family Pills aro the beet Lieut W A Â¬ Frank J Chonoy makes oath that he Is the senior partner of the Arm of F J Cheney Co doing business in tho city of Toledo county and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay tho suinpf one hundred dollars for each and every case of Catarrh that can not bo ourol by tho use of Halls Catarrh Cure umo State of TTTMa City ok Toledo frtl3nf i Oo Â¬ ienced tourists to be Northern Mich hours of study nnd recreation Discipline that of a well regulnti d Christian family igan The climate throughout mid-t-- u Torms reasonable Session begins dEPTSMBER 12 1890 For iufornmtion miner compares with Kentuckys or cataloguo address best October days the hotel accom modations appeal to tho most fas- Â¬ tidious and atlbrd an assortment to suit the purse of any the scenery is ln at beyond compare in both land and water scape and ainusoments abound in great variety including peerless sport for the angler Tho Motion Route from Louisville to Chicago In connection with the Manltou superb sleel steamer Are thoroughly re cleaued new crop and of blirheat quality It costs comparatively no from Chicago to Mackinac Petoskcy more to sow our Best Oracle Seeds than the ordinary stock so generally offered while Bay View Charlevoix and a host of the results will be far more satUfactory oar catalogue gives fullest Information about Craties and Clovers soils the varieties a novelty in other resorls presents are adaoted for bebt combinations to give largest resultsiu hay or pasturage care of pat- transportation and makes tho outing lures ana rueauuws etc Write for Catalogue aud prices of any seeds required completely perfect The exponse of Cor- this trip is no greater than nil rail WOOD STUBBS rmm LOUISVILLE KYi Further particulars will bo furulnhed on request by K II Bacon District Passenger Agent Motion Route Louisville Ky Â¬ IGEO F WINSTON - Principal seeds wood st smuts cUrNincVv BSM 80 vii ff Mi i ImPSF tev i SEPTEMBER 8 AND 9 Our Fall Opening takes place on these two dates Anything in our store School Books Regent and Queen Quality Shoes excepted AT 10 PERCENT LESS THAN MARKED PRICE On These TWO Days for Cash Clothing Remember no old stock everything new WJtf X Furnishings t y 1250 suits for 1125 m S 1000 suits for 900 75 S7 5 SUIS or i V Our 50c neckwear will astonish and please you two dates you get choice for 45c Dont forget 25c neckwear 2 for 45c 25c hose 2 for 45c On these Everything in proportion fcr sJiC r Mic - a jga H pe S1 ij r N 10 PER CENT 1 DISCOUNT V FOR 1 EiTU- - CASH fi f J Hats A fine assortment of Alpines t Shoes l In starting our new department we have by no means nV 1 Pashas and Derbys to neglected our shoes in which we have always Held the lead select from The largest stock we have ever shown and the newest styles Eoydens Stetsons 500 hats Stetsons 400 hats 300 hats for for for 450 360 j W jl t 500 shoes for 450 Hess 400 shoes for 360 300 shoes for 270 2 270 250 hats for 225 150 hats for 135 00 shoes for 180 f M For Cash Only SEPTEMBER 8 AND 9 Por Cash Only SEPTEMBER 8 AND 9 n R K MeCLURE 2X22 2KX4 SON JA St 01ir Street x glxxJsjTotc t ISLy V 7Wr 6 vj rTtrv rFiw7i FTw uinjuinjuutnrmnnrmiinnruinruutrinminn ruxnnnnniiminJinnruinnniinnnnnnminnnnnjiminrinnnnmirmjuuiJtruuirinnj j flmS a Sterling Silver and Cut Glass tMJri Make very acceptable birthday and wedding presents Such persents are easy to select from the large stock of solid silverware which we are carrying We can suit everyones purse taaJ v C Vt M A SELBERT Reliable Jeweler ti Wt JM mnnnjuumnruinjvnruui nnnrui nxinnivrinrmanjvrirLriiinnnnnxLruinruTnjuiJinJi ruijirTjirvirarinnxinnrmnruviriJinninrtnrinnn J That there are very WE ARE SATISFIED few buyers of Dry Goods Dress Goods Silks Cloaks Clonks Notions ifco who do not know where oar plnoe of business Is located in Frankfort ond the reason is because we carry the very largest line of Hosiery and Underwear carried in oar oity nnd oar prices are right and quality guaranteed New goods nre coming in every day Our stook this fall will be the very largest we ever carried and we in J shallnot take a styles and r r uon t rorget street it uct rair ir V10 back seat for any prices one in npnnlp n it r cnfinn r r in Pranlrfnrr lu cpa t hn ir win caucli J r o fii nf LraiiLiun X show and we know iodoo of them will come to see our display A7p j r 4 a 0 e m r r- - i i See our new Crepons Camels air v Cheviots Venltlons Golf Suitings Swell Plaids Silks Id all the very lateat colorsi Rd styles 25 pieces all wool Treco every color only 250 yard in Ladies Misses and Childrens Childrens School Hose Sue 6 Hosiery and Underwear If you want the best hosiery in America ask for to gy2 douoie neeis ana ioes worm 25c opcum oaic rnuc omy 15c u pair SHi MTm brand 50 dozen WEITZEL VKVVKVVVVVW Epworth League in Sunday school room at 645 p m Official Board meetsTuesday even Ascension Episcopal Ohtjroh ing Rev R L McOready rector Rev The public cordially invited to at- Roht Emmet Abraham assistant tend Holy Communion and sermon at 11 RELIGIOUS Â¬ mr - NNELL LVlUAAAAJAUAAAiVBB am rTaiugl Heaves Give Afhnrnnnn Rfirvlea on SnndaV and Wednesday omitted until further notice Sunday school at 045 a m in the Ohapel All seats free and everyone cordially welcome to all services Â¬ Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor meets at 645 p m To all these meetingB the public is cordially invited Tbe Winston School HnrtTtlWTJW PlHtSHVTRRIANOmiRO- HRov Wm Crowe jr the pastor will preaon as 11 a m iov p iu Sunday school at 930 a m DeWitts Little Early Riseis did me more good than all blood medi- Â¬ cines and other pills writes Geo H Jacobs of Thompson Conn Prompt pleasant never gripe they cure constipation arouse tho torpid liver to action und give you clean blood steady nerves a clear brain and a healthy appetite J E Tyler Kodol Dyspepsia Cure eat V Frazer Axle Grtase a m the pastor will preach at ani 73u p m Peoples Sooloty will We are glad to know that Prof The Young meet at 030 p m Mr W H Rosson Winston is meeting with much 11 Raptist Ohurch RevMBAdame warning ol Winter So the falling of the hair tells of the approach of age and declining power No matter how barren the tree nor how leafless it may seem you confidently expect leaven again And why Because there is life at the So you need not worry about the railing 01 your nair we threatened departure of youth na wny r ana oeaury Because ir mere is a oyni ui life remaining in the roots of the hair NiT-- Itartlflcially digests the food and aids Nature in strengthening and recon Â¬ structing the exhausted digestive or Â¬ gans It is the latest discovered digest 1 ant and tonic No other preparation Indigestion Ileartburn r ouui Dwuiiiwi nausea vuttv cittD1r5i riiuipBanm all other results of imperfectdlgestion J UUICUM Prepared by E C DeWIU A Co T Digests what you can approach It in efficiency It uauiijr icuovcB ituu permunenrjy in- - cures-Dyspepsi- Prayer meeting Wednesday night at 73U oclock 8unday school in the Ohapel nt945 a m Special classes for young men Â¬ Seats free and all are cordially invited the pastor Lords Suppor will be observed at Dnrsio Leader Topic Influence After Death Christian Church Rev George being absent tho 11 a ra No evening service Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor will meet at 645 in the ohapol Miss Bonnie Dean Leader Topic Holding up the PaBtora Hanus Prayer meeting Wednesday night at 745 in tho Ohapel Ministerial iteuet Topic buiulay school meets at 030 Junior Endeavor Society meets on Friday afternoon at 4 oclock The public will bo cordially wel- Â¬ comed to all these services and os poolallyatrangers in tho oity I Uatiiolio Church Tho usual ser vices to morrow conductod by Rov Fathor Thomas 8 Major tho pastor Low mass at 730 a m High mass 10 am Vespers at 730 p m Rev J pastor will proach at 1QI1 Â¬ J Presbyterian Ohuuch- FirstMoOluBkoy BlayneyD D the 11 encouragement in his school Ho expects to open on the 12th of Sep tember with u good enrollment The Prof says he has como to Frankfort to stay and If ho meets with the encouragement that he now hopes for he will establish in our city a school of which not only Frankfort but the whole Stato will be proud It Is a well known fact that Prof Winston and his scholarly wife have built up In tho South several excellent colleges They now propose to establish and run their own school and have chosen Frankfort from several desirable locations as the best place for their work Rev Mr Gwatkin of tho Argus Louisvillo says the Womans Col lego of Richmond Va over which Mrs Winston presided as associate principal for seven years owes much of Its present prosperity to tho work of Mrs Winston while connected with the school Norfolk Collcgo Norfolk Va over which Prof and Mrs Winston last presided as princi- pals had n faculty of eighteen teachers and an enrollment of ono Â¬ J E TYLEH Cblcaao 3S 3 Highest Awards at Centennial Paris and Worlds Fair Frazer Lubricator Co attmrtati hv Mm at or Cold New York Dr Cadys Condition Fowdors are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food but medicine and the best in uso to put a horse in prime condition Price 25 cents per package t For sale by J LeCompte W Gayle and r Gayle Co If Factorial ChcteQO St Lotrit 4 ly AYERS HAIR VIGOR will arouse It Into healthy activ Â¬ ity The hair ceases to come out it begins to grow and the glory of your youth Is restored II JOII QO HOC OUUIU nilof lu IKMiowia tou eipected from tlie uie It Hie Vlifor lrobably write llio doctor about with your Ren there ii iome difficultymay tie eaUy which eral iyitcm removed Addroii DU tt AVKIt LowoU UU A Popular Wedding Trip C Reliable perioni of a mtcbanlcal or Inventive mind desiring a trip to the Inrli Kxpoaltlou with good alary and exbenir paid ahould write nteamer to Mackinac Island Michigan If you want a delightful wedding trip where WM CROMWELL you aro not likely to meet acquaint U new ances take one of the D steel passenger steamers to the Attorney at Law Island of Cool Breezes Staterooms and parlors reserved thirty days In Frankfort Kentucky advance Send two cent stamp foi Address i Also Deal Fstnte Agent Will pnictlcelntbt Illustrated pamphlet of Franklin nnd Urn C De- Courts uiwliilso give rAiil MHrfltA inllotnlnK countlei A Schnntz G P A D speclnl attention to the pur and will rnllfMlnn nf TAnf aula nf liaii troit Mich and ttitmeuottntton of loana elnlroa Is to take u D it The rATJSNT llKCOIlD JJaltlmore Mil Â¬ i A is rJ m J m Â¬ a m Sunday sohoolat045am Get to Work Christian Endeavor Sooloty meets at 045 p m in Sunday school room Prayor mootliig Wodneaday ovonAgain wo say to those who aro lng at 8 take part In the Street Fair that behooves thorn to earnestly get Rov Mkthodibt Church linlrw nf T F work and make all necessary tir- 11111 ln nni si mi t fnnnnn there will bo no sorvlco at rangements for tho affair Back up every oHort mado by tl 0 either hour n m a school Just and wiy cant w0mVG can such We n jrankfort to you We have a book on the Hair It Is free and its Diseases The Beat Advice Free Our baby was sick for a month For RentStore Room with novero cough and catarrhal Although wo tried many lever Tho large store room In MitsonlQ remedies fhe kept getting worne until wo UHd One Minute Cough Temple 0110 of the best In tho city Jure It relieved at once mid fined Is offered for rent Apply to Capt B L Nance B 0 Milam or Ben T Farmer her in a few days 4 tl Prln J Huh School Bullalo Texus Tyler J E Wall Paper with Treatable Krmedles Ilnvttcured innny tliotnind casre caned noimiciw All icd dav utlonttwi thlrrlMnrnll HTmutomHreinov ml XVntliuiulain nnd TIN DAYS treatment tree SODS lioz E Atlanta Oft Dtt H B 0REEB vu ja i DROPSY CURED Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Dloeats 80000 bolts of wall paner nt low Homlngton niul Jrawfordl prices blcyclcfl what you eat 3ltr MACollins 43K wM gm m jfipg m m m w IS I jjLJwMpniyEljaHfiufl ifiyr K ID SUMMER m CLEARANCE MILLINERY Trimmed bonnets and hats at half former Sailors from 25c up SALE LAWNS EVERYTHING MARKRD DOWN prices b SHIRT WAISTS Waists now 50c waists now 65c Lvaists now 75c aists now 100 wear skirts in pique and linen at jnces VAL LACES 200 doz Val Laces and sale at 20c doz yards and up From 4c yard up Dimities worth 15c now 10c Dimities worth 20c now Dimities worth 270 now 20c Genadines worth 40c now 15c I2c Insertions on 3LLAS AND PARASOLS Gloria Umbrellas worth 150 at big reductions with beautiful - MATTINGS AND RUGS A lot short pieces of matting and a small lot of rugs at bargain prices worth 150 All our colored wool dress goods including checks at cost up-to-da- te 48c for silk worth 65c 68c for silk worth 100 for silk 85c 78c for silk worth 100 SILKS NSONHOGE JHkJij - 3x1 Main Street PRICES Â¬ In this city on Sunday inbeth Short widow of the Frank Short nged 67 years AIra Short had lived the whole of useful and earnest life In this lere she had seen her family aiind her and take -- LARGEST STOCK LOWEST Rflii Headquarters for Hardware Wall Paper Paints Lime Ce ment Glass Lead Oils Etc their arness Wheels Spokes Iron I Roofing Wire Fenctng bash Stoves Iinware bewer and Hue ipe Crockeryware Fire Brick Screen Doors and Wire Belting Rubber Hose Agent for Crawford and Remington Bicycles Studebaker Wagons Oliver Chilled Plows Deering Mowers and Binders Majestic Ranges Diamond Wall Plaster Curries rarming Implements Guns Powder Fertilizer American Clover Seed Saver r avc S 1 jm ooxjiijinvrs ST CLAIR STREET A Zodmnna Trip Thousand Tongues vlll be seen Dig run ior nis i wish is that able and prof-MS return again MlAIW tnd TMj I rtt iMiiiTiiHrlllfi William re Aug 22 to be oacKSon jonn iv martin iuuxun cone about ay ear and will visit the der Craine Titos T Miller Alonzo Marquesas Society Tahaiti Pan P Gardner Charles M Nethertoh motos Tongu Fijii Ellice Gilbert Islands Caroline William Steele William P Goins Marshall In Japanand BoninApril 16 about arriving Dudley Blrge Warren Spillmnn Then continue up to Kumschntka Walter F Yeary Edward Kelly Siberia the Aleutian Islands and to William B Hieatt Kenny Humph- Â¬ Alaska arriving back in San Fran Â¬ cisco lu November 1000 I am ries Harry G Rodman Davis S executive oflleer and navigator of the the Read It Harrod Robert A Williams Roy scientific expedition under Prof J Waters Robert Ahler Andrew J Alexander Agasslz and nnticipatev Campbell William E Lea Henry an unusually interesting nnd enjoy Â¬ It this issue may be found the ad Clay Seinones Jerry W South able cruise Very sincerely of Mr H II Williams offering his stock of goods nnd iixtures for eale John W Wright John Jeffries Hugh Rodman Bargains can be had by applying in Henry Chilson Dennis Rhody r A High Compliment time Â¬ Mm iAug rh Rod- - A Could not express the rapture of Annie E Springer of 1125 Howard street Philadelphia Pa when she found that Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption had cured her of a hacking cough that for many years had made life a burden All other remedies and doctors could give her no help but she says of this Royal Cure It soon removed the pain in my chest and I can now sleep soundly something I can scarcely remember doing before I feel like sounding its praise through- Â¬ So will every out the universe one who tries Dr Kings New Discovery for any trouble of the Throat Chest or Lungs Price 50c and 81 Trial bottle free at J W Gayles drug store every bottle guaranteed Â¬ Jp I Please Smile Look Pleasant AND When a woman says I am racked with pain the word racked recalls the days when they stretched the tender bodies of women on the rack with rope and pulley until the very joints cracked Fancy an attendant saying to the tor Â¬ tured woman Please smile aud look pleasant And yet the woman racked with pain is expected to smile through her agony and to make home happy She cant do it It is against nature Gen- Â¬ erally speaking the racking pains of ill health suph as headache backache and bearing down paiii3 are related to de- Â¬ rangements or disorders of the organs distinctly feminine When this condition is removed the general health is restored and with health comes back the smile of liappiness Any woman may regain her health at home without offensive questionings or examinations by the use of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription It cures per Â¬ fectly all diseases and derangements peculiar to women Sick women may consult Dr Pierce by letter free of charge Such letters are treated as sacredly confidential Â¬ Mr J Gray McLean leaves this to make the afternoon for stenographic report of the proceed Â¬ ings of the annual meeting of tho American Pharmaceutical Associa- tlon which convenes at that place next Monday Mr McLean was stenographer for this association at its meeting last year In Baltimore and although it was Ills first attempt to report this particular class of technical discus Â¬ sion his work was so eminently sat Â¬ isfactory that he was solicited to ac Â¬ cept tho otllce for tho coming ineet- Put-In-Ba- 1430 to Philadelphia and Return G A R National Encampment on September 1 2 a and 4 Chesa Â¬ Ohio Railway wllj sell peake round trip tickets to Philadelphia and return at the low rate of fourteen dollars and thirty cents good tore 3top oYors turn September 3Uth will bo allowed at Washington in ty fa y both directions This will enable all who wish to visit New York and sea shore resorts to do so at less than one faro regular rate For Author infor mation or for sleeping car reserva- Â¬ tions call on or write Gio W Baknbv D P A Lexington Ky Â¬ Appointed To make this report requires abil Â¬ r highest order and no ity of tho Mr Jos L Earlywine of Paris greater compliment could have been Bradleys stenog Â¬ paid Mr McLean that to be Invited who has been Gov rapher for some time has been ap to again perform his service l pointed Private Secretary to tho Kodol Dyspepsia Curo thoroughly Governor to ill tho vacancy caused digests loud without aid from tiio by the appointment of Col Fred stomach and at the same time heals nnd restores the tligtstivu organs lit Roberts to bo City Judgo of Owens is tho only remedy that does both of boro these things and can bo relied upon I wis a Krent sufferer for four years from to permanently cure dyspepsia J Kodol Dyspepsia Curo cures dys displacement ami ulceration writes Mrs Mary IS Tyler pepsia becatisellts Ingredents are such IlcLcriug of Ollic Keokuk Co Iowa At the Toe time I btwiii uliig Or Ilerceg lavorite Pre that it cmt help doing so Lexington Colored Fair scription I was not nhlc to nit up In bed I took nubile can rely upon it as a master eight bottle niul got to be a htout woman Auy doubting this cm write to me enclosing n remedv for all disorders arising from tamp and I will answer James M Queen Crescent Imperfect digestion Sept 12 11 No alcohol in any form is contained Koiito will sell tickets at one faro for Thomas M American Journal in Favorite Prescription Substitu the round trip See small bills or ofilealtli N Y ETyler tion is selfihh It carts more for its ask ticket agents tor particulars profit than for your cure Therefore inJONES HE PAYS THE FREIGHT sist on getting Favorite Prescription Announcement PERFECT Dr Pierces great work the Common Sense Medical Adviser is a book no WAC0H scales Wo aro authorized to announce woman can afford to be without Send ROUT II GRAHAM as a candi United Btates Standard or All Sizes All Kinds 21 one cent stamps cost of mailing pa controlled by com Not mado by a trust per edition or 31 cents for the cloth dato for tho otllco of County School blnatlon lfor freo Hook aud lrlco List address binding Address Dr R V Pierce Suporlutendaut subject to too action JONES OF BINQHAMTON 51 lm IJUIIIUO N Y of the Democratic party BlllUnHKIIUHl II I Â¬ 1 InR Hamilton Clnrk of Chauncey Gn says he sutlered with itching plies piles twenty years before trying Do Witts Witch Ilnzel Salve two boxes of which completely cured him Be ware of worthless and dungorous counterfeits J E Tyler Â¬ LEX1NTDN RREW1HG 60 BREWERS OF FINE BEERS Which lq Quality and Flavor Arc Â¬ 11inttPP llll vl Timf Udlo lULI Aolo OUR II S0WH N0W AIords Splendid Winter Grazing and Large Yields of Finest Grain o POI1AI LUYL JALIi TO ANY BEER MADE N THE LAND Â¬ lin 1 1AII CATAIOOUK Rives descriptions of these and other Seed Grain also Clover and Onuses Vegetable Seeds Bulbs FertilizeEtc Write or It aud prices of any Seeds re quired - FOR IT THE lKO DUCT OF A Â¬ wooit s ST iwis M Uin Aug 11 Â¬ 11 Try tho Capital Stoum Laun dry for clean shirt or collar Tolophono 17 10 Â¬ Kentucky Industry 1 tf OltOUlNSON IlnnlctortAgU Btptf3 ly EBSinQ FTO 8 xFrW WtVrWftS Ipfwi B3I I 1 ff ID ft sstiss ALL SUMMER GOODS MUST BE SOLD DC CRUTCHER MensCO Furnishings For Bargains in Summer Shoes and Clothing Caps Trunks Valises and Telescopes MENS SHOEs 1 i but come Dont nsk for reason And ulR uiircAlns got tli Hats A Iff We Lead Them AIL A large size ladies canvas trunk m Come and see them Telescopes in all sizes and prices Cash only at these prices jifW m i l f H 1 Mens linen suits 175 were 350 Mens linen suits 300 were 450 Mens low cut tan shoes 225 were 3 00 Mens linen suits 350 were 500 Mens linen pants 75c Mens Vici Kid Southern Ties 2 25 were Mens linen pants 100 3 oo Childs linen suits 75c were 100 Mens Tan Vici Kid Shoes 398 were 500 Childs linen suits 90c were 125 MensTan Vici Kid Shoes 250 were 300 w si Mens all wool Cassimere suits 500 were All ladies pointed toe shoes and Oxfords 750 125 All mens pointed toe shoes 150 Big line of boys knee pants suits 175 were 200 and 225 Dont ask them charged Childrens fancy striped summer pants 10c Mens Cassimere pants 100 were 125 and HATS AND CAPS 150 All 25c linen hats 18c Big cuts clean through our large line of summer clothing for cash only Mens Dress Suit Cases 200 to 7so We have just received the largest lin trunks ever shown in this city 7j M I m r Summer Shirts mt 50c shirts 40c 65c and 75c shirts 50c 1 00 shirts 75c A good working shirt for 20c Good balbriggan undershirt 20c Good balbriggan drawers 202 Good tan and black sox toe 3 for 25c Good handkerchiel 10c 3 for 25c Good silk ties 10c 3 for 25c Wash ties 5c - 1 w 1 I Ladies Summer Shoes Oxfords m ce BPTjj Kid Oxfords 68c mostly large sizes 1 00 Oxfords for 90c Oxfords for 110 125 150 Oxfords for 125 200 Oxfords for 165 250 Oxfords for 210 300 Oxfords for 249 350 Oxfords for 275 All 50c linen hats 25c All 25c linen caps 18c All 50c linen caps 25c 50c straw hats 25c 75c straw hats 38c 1 00 straw hats 50c 125 straw hats 65c 1 50 straw hats 75c - Mens white 1 y 00 j jpv i1 I I 200 straw hats 100 250 straw hats 125 300 straw hats 150 Goc W Bo Goodj TlaHf H ID C CRTJTCHE FRANKFORT KY sM Revenue Assignments jIKm r J No W Robinson to W 50 J Frazier Louisville Driving and Pair Association fcv Rft The fifth annual meeting of the Louisville Drivingnd Fair Assoeia- f t r til N nun win uiiiiiiuiictj uu luouuay V i I 1 aWttM Sept 25 and continue to Saturday Schedule In eP WfTi Mlir Tilil If Wlli JL OlWli ber L Thompson F Ware to J N Blake Sep 30- There will be special at- Â¬ BASTPOUwn R No 5 No 3 STOREKEEPERS Lv Louisville im lpin Tnpm more No 90 tractions offered this season Shelby vllle Dtiam 533pm SWpm 9Mam asspm brpm Ar Larenceb J R Dagley toMullins ACrigler All the railroads entering Louis Â¬ Ar Versailles James T Brock to Ky River Distil1016am a47pm laoiipm Ar No 103 lery No 2 ville will give a round trip rate of Ar Lcrlugton 1045am 715pm I0apm burns brighterto day than ever Nb4 No 6 No 3 one fare and the ticket will be good WE8T110LKD John R Spiers to Ky River Dis Â¬ 730am 426pm 5 15am Lv Lcxlncton before and yet there are many Horrible Death until October 2d returning tillery No 2 warehouse 755am 452pm 537am Ar Versailles people lower down in the scale asoam 515pm 555am Ar Larencobg Y B Anderson to V A Gaines For further information writo to Ai milhvvllln lOum ft ftnwi ft Wnm ot me than 1040am 735pm TNVnn Mr Tank Williamson a former Mr Frank P Kenney Secretary Ar Louisville Co No 4 they ought to UASTIIOUNU WE3TUOUHD ijgSf citizen of the Bald Knob district was Louisville Isuac T West to W A Gaines I No 12 No 14 be or want to Na lXINa 11 btatiowb 2m1 Â¬ burned to death in a fire in the board 400pml 740am Lv Loulsvll Ar 7S5pm lU40am Co No 4 warehouse be The prob-Â¬ as0pml000am Lv LarncbrpAr 510pm aiOam Colored A M Fair Augustus B Piper to S J Green ing house in which ho lived in Jef 715pm ia43am ArllarodsbgLv 425pm 720am lems of pro- Â¬ 73Upmi55am Ar Murgln Lv 415pm 710am fersonville Ind on Saturday night baum No 9 fS J V gression can VfESTUOUNLexington Ky Sept 12 1G One aASTDOUND IVV Iw Mr Jas II Polsgrove of this city It H Davenport to S J Green only be solv- Â¬ 67 fx No 15 No lfl V went after the remains Sunday and fare for the round trio from all sta-- 40Cpm tNo Lvbtationr Ar 1040am tNn bauin No 9 warehouse X VI 740am 7ftpm Loulsvll tions in Kentucky via the Queen j Vl SHnll ed by think Thos J Craig to S J Green they were brought to this city on Crescent Route lor the above occas- Â¬ aiupm vuwam iv aneipvii Ar vuam aunpm ing educaied flM men and wo- Â¬ 710pm 1110am Ar Midway Lv 730am S3pm Sunday night and taken to his old ion Ask agents for particulars f 5 baum No 9 night ueorgtn lv 7wam 8uopm 740pm lauopm Ar men A need home on Monday morning where Win M Saflell to John Cochran EA8IDOUND WESTBOUND y Handsome Quarters therefore ex- Â¬ thoy were buried that day 37 Co No tNo 5 tNo tNa fl tNo 2 btatiowb jf x 740am 400pm Lv Loulsvll Ar ia40am 735pm ists for a great The young man was asleep and JBtephanski to Labrot Graham 850pm Verslles Ar 5 We desire to return thanks to Mr ia22am 785pm Lv Ntchlvill Ar 750am 445pm educational a58hm 355pm 1102am was not awakened until too late aCL Ar T No 62 C C B B Wilcox Secretury of the West 1158pm B30pm Ar Rlcbmnd Lv 005am 300pm power which J E Hanrahan to Labrot Gra Â¬ His body was terribly burned iunpm lopm at xrvine lv is far reaching in its influence No Na 8 He had many friends and relatives Side Y M C A of Chicago Ills stations No 02 bottling ham Such a need is supplied by the Loulsvillo 740am 745pm John A Logan to E H Taylor in this county who were greatly for a handsome souvenir of the As Â¬ Lv Lexington 1045am iaS5pm Ar world renowned Encyclopaedia sociation in the shape of a paper Ar Knoxvllle 71 7O0pm 745am Sons No 53 shocked to learn of his untimely end Jr It represents con- Â¬ VIOam 110pm Asbovllle Britannica weight with a photograph of the Ar Savannah Darnaby to E H Taylor Jr E F 500um Ar centrated thought from the be- Â¬ handsome building occupied by that Ar Jacksonville fl00ai Sons No fi3 warehouse Half Rates to Denver 610pm 625am ginning of the world to the organization We trust our friend Is Ar Chattanooga W T Croghan to to W A Gaines M VU IIWUU Ar Atlanta present hour No subject in the 110am 25nm Ar Macon meeting with success in his now field Ar Jacksonville Co No 106 910am 910am One fare plus 2 round trip via of labor realm of reason is left out The aSODm 645am Lv Chattanooga Chas T Throckmorton to W A Queen Crescent Route Sept 5 J information is easily found Birmingham laojpm 1180am Ar and 7 Good 80 days Ask ticket zjioam 960pm Gaines Co No 106 warehouse Ar Meridian and is clear concise authentic Appointed Â¬ New Orleanf Ar kfcuaiu A W Nazor Jr to E H Taylor agent for full particulors of this ex The New Werner Editionthe ceptionally low rate Trains Nos L 2 5 and 8 between LouUvllle Co No 113 Jr latest the most complete and Gov Bradley has appointed Dr and Lexington carry Free Observation Chair W 0 Rinearson Genl Pass Agent the best JM Stevenson to E H Taylor Sam E James of this city as a Cars connects at Lexington daily with Na Cincinnati O Jr Co No 118 warehouse Commissioner of the Institute for through sleeping cars to Chattanooga Dlrm r- through sleeper GAUUERS Feoble Minded Children to fill the lngham aid New OrUana andMacon and Jack- from Chattanooga to Atlanta Accidental Shooting sonvllla vacancy caused by the resignation of W T Crosthwalt to Kentucky Trains Wos 3 noi 4 through sleeping ears bo Dr J R Ely tween Louisville and DlrmingbBtn connecting River Distillery No 2 E II Mr Lucien Burnam son of Judge sleepers at 1 Dr James Is a fine physician and viaLexington with through Pullman Asheville Taylor jr Co No 113 and J P A Rollins Burnam a lad some 16 HarrlmHD between Knoxvllle Columbia Savannah and Jacksonville will mako an efficient and pains Â¬ Williams rectiflor balance In small monthly and the years of age was handling a revol Â¬ The only line with three dally trains be payments The entire Thirty 30 Gratween iLouurvlllo Bhelbyvllle and Lexington 8 D Tinkerton to Labrot ver on Sunday when It was nccl taking Commissioner Volumes with a Guide and an ele- Â¬ tDolly exoopt Sunday Other trains dally ham No 62 E il Taylor jr dently discharged Inflicting a pain gant Oak Book Case will be deliv Â¬ The Comic Opera A Whbdow PTA 8TSwirT Lexington Ky Sons No 63 and W A Gaines LoulsrlUe Ky ered when the first payment Is made ful and dangerous wound in his right a A 13A1IUJ T P A Loulsvllla Ky M Co No 106 The Complete Set Thirty Large hand and leg Surgical attention Those having tho matter In charjje KaOANONadVPOM J M CutPT DO Washington Octavo Volumes P G Powell to S J Greenbaum was rendered and the young man Is have completed all the arrangements WATunKoPA- - D a Washington VfuTLTATUOzJLaPA No Nw Style Buckram Cloth Marbled Louisville Ky Washington V O 9 Edges Extra Quality HlghMachlo Fin No doing as well as could be expected for tho Comic Opera for Tuesday ish Book Paper 4j 00 TJios HShelby Jr toW A Gaines First payment One Dollar Sioo and Three nltfht next for tho benefit of Miss oo per month thereafter Dcllirs Co No 4 and to John Cochran Report of the City Schools No 1 Halt Morocco Marbled Edges Extra Katheryn Gibbons Quality High Machine Finish Book 37 Co No Every thing points to a big house Paper 6000 STOREKEKIKR GAUCJEKS First payment Two Dollar Seoo and Four I The report of tho city schools for and we hope It will bo crowded Dollars 400 per month thereafter Mayse the past year have boon issued and Speed F Owen to Laval Sheep Tan Color Marbled Edges No For Infants and Children Extra Quality High Machine Finish Book One Minute Couch Cure oulcklv No 11 can now bo had upon application at Paper 7500 100 and First payment Three Dollars S A Barber to John T Barbeo tho following places R K McCluro cures obstinate summer coughs and Thi Kind You Havi Always Bought 00 per month thereafter Five Dollars colds I consider It a most wonder A reduction of 10 per cent Is granted by No 32 Co and Guy Bar fui mediciiiD qulck and fiafo Son Meagher Bears the W paying cash within 30 day after the receipt John T Berry to Z T Sellers rett Tho patrons of the school W Merton Mayhow Wis J E1 Signature of of the work 14 Tylor 49 No o hould at onco obtain a copy FoiJSale by R K McCIix Son 1 The following are the assignments S P Willis to Glen Spring Dis of revenue officers in this division of Co No 57 the 7th District as made by Collector John W Jewett to J J M Koberts for the month of Septem Â¬ Saffell No 91 Sfli O 1 f Kjife - Â¬ f of Knowledge llw i i1 D- f l YkH lH f f BR wm I 1 vg Cs yii ei 1 1 Encyclopaedia Britannica Gash for 4 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ITA 1 Â¬ CASTOR A 1 Â¬ 1 JiL kJtiiUiMfiA iNfi TnMTrriiTlMIMWBi r