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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 8 j rrPof V1 ntII i r 1t4i Jt ii i i iittm 1 flF1FILANKFORT EJoUTND 0Uf Tl J Ji 2A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance J k IIVVOLXXVfM For the Roonrtnbout1 FRANCESCA OF RIMINI V When yet the convent wrapt me 4 in Its gloom Jtof And my young soul was brought be qtr i toro the tombs With trembling hand to lift tho awesome veil I A11c1pcor beyond at pence I flidst not quail For Iiinocu nee and Fa tin are pronto see J What so is taught then of eternity r IWlth nil tho mysteries of life un InOwn I couliist but view It with a stifled moan That caught my good Confessors holy onr V And filled him with such deep and haunting fear bV That I was questioned long and earnestly But found no words to speak an miser Tw rs thus within those walls of- sarred quest My heart first npw the hunger unrest That Nature breathes into all things of clay Wi h their lifeblood and bids all Vtltingy obey Groat Cod gars soul und body both their need u A crime the onto to starve the other feed M II A spotlens virgin barred from every sight And sound of worldly pleasure and delightVAnd yet tho hours of my vestal sleep- Brought dreams not of the chant nnt anthems deep I Nor of the crucifix and alters high But dreams such dreams oer which to wao fluid sigh u Tvas then those nameless visions carne that nr k Thfir lodging in the budding heart and speak Phs wonders awl mysteries of love Those secret whisperings tliat trill and move T IP languid blood more quickly in Its pace The bUds transmute into the wo mans grace I honor inhaled the perfume ofn flows That didst not thrall me with a myslic powr A A dVaftmy spirit o n its zephyr wings Into ar qf swoefc iinaginings To iiglil fullsoQn upOn some Eden spat With and creed and all sago love forgot s And oft when I wouldst kneeHn secret prayer I coiildst npt bring niy wandering thoughts to share The deftp contrition that I knew must pave The way of one who dldst a bless ing crave givetAnd riot heartbeats wake tho sacred hush And then thero came a dry and all wale changed With Lordpf Rimini it was ar- rangedx That I should wed the Prince his elder son I then knew not there was a i jIgray And didst prepare to meet my Lord straightway He camenot Lancelot whom I must wed But Paolo his brpther in his steal A youth tho verygods HtHhaped j twould seem To fit the romance of a fevered d In 4 Alack I didst not kiftfiv until too late That ho was butr to bear me to my mate p uWo metj and looked into each others oyes l l t tH FRANKFORT ICY SATURDAY SEPT 29 1900 And In that momont knew our par a dine A long deep look of questioning that sought The inmost soul and there its caughtI r wo two had met before And knowing this we cared to ask no moreV We met not with rlmttstrgnger greet and cold I Of those between whoso lafids tit seas have rolled Their distance blue but its two friends who long Have sought each other midst the passing throng And many a wistful glance in vain have cast But now meet face to face tend cry tit last Ah yes we two had mot before forthy sweat that wrought City convent sin How oft at night beneath some mystic moon lad our two spirits met in that commune That reels and knows another you- is near Yet finds not in the gloam dlscorn ihont clear aAs some wild mountain stfoam that in a day Leaps forth whoa springtime sun with amorous ray rocksIWarmed by his glance didst In that moment part The floodgates of a long pent stream to bear All things before it in a min career I toll but not when Paolos warm kiss First touched my willing cheek With thrill of bliss Rut Shen I dldsCj before the altar bow With his niisshapon brother thereto vow Eternal fealty and holy love Tvas then alone I ucstthe wanton prove For silo that weds for wealth or rank or powr Or aught there is dive Jove lost in that hour Her virtue sll oen ns the shnm0 less maid That bares her charms to any that hath paid Tile heart of each the same and- same the vied A kingdom pr a penny bo the price ti kWILL PEAK HEREI tnnoutiooI people of this city and county at the Opera Hpuse on Wednesday next October 8d at 2 oclock p ni Mr Yerkes Is an orator and all who hear him will be plaesod CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE f REPORT OF GRAND JURY The following is the final report of the grand Jury to the circuit court Franklin Circuit Court- To Hon Jas E Cahtrill Judge Franklin Circuit Court The grand jury hy your honor empaneled sworn and charged at the present term of the Franklin Circuit Court beg leave to report that We have to the best of our abil ity under tho law our oaths and consciences done our duty Because of tho difficulty in procuring the attendance pt witnesses from a distance this grand jury has been able to make but slight investigation into tho matter of the nssaeslnatlon of tho Ron Win Goobel and we ask per sons as are now under bondto ap pbar In this court to answer In dictments that may be Wind against thom in that matter be t held to appear at another term If wo are permitted to suggest we believe the lawmaking power of the State should snake Homo pro actualIStatesIfundsguarded against abuse r We have examined the jail city andetho States prison at FrankfortIand find said healthful Cleanly condition and well kept but a large bath tub should bp provided at once for use of Inmates at poorhouse There are bathIa a is asking too much of the keeper provisionIby postclosets in the back yard of tho courthouseproperty This grand jury asks that your jurylcalled cocaine which from indications boforo us seoms to bo an evil rapidly growing in this coin inanity and working groat and lr- reparable injury to young men Haul boys Our information as to this matter came to us too late for us toI t make such an investigation as the gravity of the subject demands IIt occurs to us that its the text of this court begins January 1st the grand jury at that term of i court would do well to pxamino into the financial condition of cityof Frankfort and the theI Franklin From observation finances of the city and county of Franklin are in a deplorable condi tion and every intelligent honest olTort should bo made by all in authority to remedy and relieve tho situation In our investigation in the mat ter of gambling within the cpuijty tImtJthIfort and the county of Franklin who a re hy law conservators Of the pence have never taken the oath hy law required touching their du ties its to tho detection Hari sup pression of gambling We ask that your honor request the mayor of Frankfort to see that the on tin police force of the city is instructed as to its duty In this behalf and that each member thereof immedi ately take the oath proscribed by section 8757 of tho Kentucky Stat utos which reads II It shall bp tho duty and a part of the oath of every town or cfry marshal or his dep 01ibest of his ability to detcqt and prosecute all gamblers and others violating the laws against gaming Gaining evidently goes on here but tho officers appearing beforo us seem to be entirely ignorant of the law requiring them to the best of- their ability to endeavor to detect and prosecute all gamblers etc and that ignorance may hereafter be no protection to officers falling welaRktucky Statutes which prescribe not only the duties of police and other officers but as well affix the penalties for failure to perform those prescribed dutiesIWe thank your tes shown and protection against insult you have given this grand Jury in tho discharge Of Its duty Wo hand you herewith the indictments we have felt Justified from the evidence In returning as true bills said respectfully ask to be discharged G A Foreman rrHOltAfI Register Register If you wish to vote In Novombor at youv voting pace on Tuesday next Out 2d i NO iW J2 2 rr 2 JMSAFFELL C W SAFFELLI I rSAFFELLSIt Staple and Fancy Groceries yj China and Gassiware Fine Wines and Oldb Whiskies i J We aSK our city and country friends to calla 2 4f 5Ann Street and inspect our goods IV Ji L SAFFFI I ft SON iarizzr44hiJ Just received some of the best grades of Kanawha Coal for domestic purposes and would be pleased to c take orders from any one desiring to lay in their 1Veand at the lowest possible price See us before lays ing in your supply and we will promise to give you entire satisfaction in every particular Main office f Black Hoges old stand Telephones East Tenv ness e NO7 Frankfort Exchange No 7 Branchtr4 office endof bridgA South Frankfort Frai1kf9rtt Telephone Exchange No 236 W1 vVewllIalso pay the highest cash prices for wheat rr tin any quantities All farmers or parties having wheat to sell will do well to see us before selling 1 r Hoge Coal and Feed Company Black Hoges Old Stand VV j lits GoodV 1 1 I 1 IIi t r I To lay iii a supply of Goal now the rrysouthern a year IA Dudley BlantonI IHead of Clinton Phone 100 W VC111VGf VIIIVIJlIDVVWti j T VV 9 4Tr I i r j PERSONALa Mrs O J Berry has returnee IMrsturned front Leltchfleid Mr J Hook Gray of Aotnaville attamlod the Street Pair Hon W O Davis of Versailleswas in tho city Thursday VersqUUS vifhavoe thie fr orer9a111es Lexlngtou son1ytnattended Edgar F Suter of Louisville his parents here week LoxlngtOlog E Tutt Burnam of Rich infold was a visitor here this week wifohe oMsf fir W R Shackolford of Rich jntmd Was a visitor here this week Miss Janie Dehoney attended the Owensl1lrj AJMisscounty visited friends here this returne1rpmg Louis111o = Winkle il tfMrs Lyne Starling of Greenville inithjundltin pitytJ Forkkhorn s r tilliswaekj oturnedfttnn jjfvtrsguostji9fi dromwelbZTciby Miss Elizabeth Hazelrigg has re turned from a to Green Mt gJudgeBawrenceburg wore here to attend jie Fair thelifhcstaflrst of the week j visitinMrOincinnati Ohio r Mrs Sam Bushof Louisville was r guest of Mr Goo F Berry arid jvife this week MrParker t h Storingean Third street Mr Wilkes H Morgan and Mr Lawrenceburgwore DeLongru3 ford Hendriok Vi4 Mr McD Ross and wife of Lex E i n were of Mrs Sam JPJeele on Sunday Miss Elizabeth Robertson o MrsJWi Mrs Mary W and Mr VersailleslPhiladelphiaiepresenthn the city yesterday I T West returned from Business trip to Eastern Kentucky jipn night Vertsnl11esi week1a Jas4T4 Monterey on MondtiyJi mars Jas of Wood ford county was the guest of here this week Miss Wilkins of Bowling AjGfrebni Is the guest of Mrs Wm Crpniwell Shelby street Miss Mollie Borryman who has J boon visiting relatives in Ver snipes has returned home Chatfajioogafeek tho guest of relatives JVfr Robt M Bergman of Irvine va the of fatherinlaw JIBQbunty is visiting her sister Mrs K S Morris tins county Mr Ed H Grant of St Louis lI was the guest of his father Ma J Alex this week laughtoh re visiting Mrs Leo A Owen StampIngOroundduring the Street Fair mudisW and J H Nnzor South Side Mrs H T Stnnton of villo is tho t of her daughter Mrs J G McLean Third street Mrs Maria L Campbell has re turned from n visit to her sister Mrs Sarah McKee in Covington Mr Robert W Tilford of Green ville Miss is visiting his mother Mrs Ann E Tllford South Side hasfseveral months tins returned home Miss Henrietta Blackburn of Woodford county was the guest of Mrs J M Van eryeer this week VMrBertha wero guests of Miss Frances Wolf and Miss Lena Scott this week Mrs NeWbrandt tool daughter Miss Eva of Cincinnati are guests SouthSideMiss Alice Price and Miss Theresa Berryman of Versailles were guests of Mrs W H Posey this week Misses Annelyle and KatherIne Graves of Woodfordcounty wore guests of P Hobson this week SterlingThos B Rodman Third street Bessieflvisiting friends and relatives here t week Mrs Florence Green and daugh ter little Miss Gladys have returned from a visit to relatives at Little Rook Ark Col Ed H Elliott commercial npdPaperhere on Wednesday Little MIss Julia B Bodman who has boon visiting her grandparents Mr Lindsey and returnedTuosday Dr and Mrs T M Parish of SallielMt Sterling are guests of Capt AnnIMathews of New Castle are WRodmanJudgeJohnguished jurist of Frankfort Their was Miss Yeba Hqwitt n popular spicety girl who Is remem fouraMinnesota hard wheat flour first patent 50 cents per 24lb sack sackny LANGDONCREASEY CO Formerly Blue Grass Grocery 3lt Register Register If you wish to vote in November register at your voting place on Tuesday next October 2d SCRABBLE ofEminence daylasthasbeen twofMrs Nancy Stivers Is quite ill not to over be any bettor Wo havo two young fellows in our weightisis a fraction over a ton Mr Anthony Stivers called on willaECHO A REGULAR HONEY The man who has been advertising the Finzer Bros chewing tobacco succeeded in making his advertisement most unique and popularIn everyday attire Mr HF Mattox is a nice appearing and pleasant young man but when ho guts on his business clothes adverIUsing ho just puts the climax on anything of the sort wo over witnessed In fact he is a whole cir CUB by himself The laughing good humored crowd that followed Mr Mattox in is various characters showed how adoHis three characters were The SUly BoyU1he Rube i1uduTho FlnzqrBrosBrand tobacco and did it to a turn t it f y The GreatVariety of I Pretty Fall S Goods g And I Our N Low h PricesFills I Our H Store b r FIUl L I LI J ofPurchasers Our stock in every Line is- Largerj and more Complete this season than any beforeWe a great effort to sell the kind of goods that Please and giveSatisfaction Call and see our goods as we like to show them C Kagin Bro 3a7ic- U7 f 31 IJ o s Vt t Go t JI STAG BACON Masonic Temple = 210 Ann Street J For Your Fall Hardware jrt fM IPaints Oils Glass Lime Cement L I Meat Cutters Loaded Shells ivt h Powder Shot Sewer Pipe Stove Pipe Lanterns Matches Family Scales Buckets Iron Roofing I II Barbed Wire Etc t r StaggN Bacon ii v 7IifI y tCL II SCHOOL TIME iIJ IIIshere and so are all our boys anti giwt SCHOOL SHOES I f rr t You have often wished you could find a shoe that would look well on your boys t or girls foot and yet would stand the k hard wear school children give You B k will find just this shoe at our store thisyyear r iijJ Try Us On Your School Shoes Ie This fall We think you will find we can give you better shoes for the money than you have been getting elsewhere Boys shoes sizes 11 12 to 2 Boys shoes sizes 2 12 to 5 12 I Girls shoes sizes 8 12 to 11 Girls shoes sizes 11 12 to 2 175 School Clothes t r f i For the boys Our tables are stacked if high with good suits but good 1 suits no matter whether you 250 1z4 or 600 for the suit you want it is a fl good onethe best can be sold for the price Knee pants suits sizes 7 to ir16 to Young mens suitsI rjsizes 20 to in WIn djrR K McCLURE SON tI FRANKFORT fI b It j 2 VVYLA n60dt JJ To prepare sons fora busy life in this t world send them to Ellendale College near Curdsvllle Ky The college is sit uated in healthful and refined- neighborhood in TVt tAua county remote from the distractions and tRttonR of city or town Only- eXlWriencedlnstructoriore em plo Yed gruduates are holding positions Board room etc only 80 for 20 weeks For catalogue and particulars address J E A M Pres 46 Cm CERTIFICATES LOST SrniNQ Sept 8th To Whom It Concern Having lost certificate No unting sbaroi ot and certificate INbi representing three shares of Htock In Farmer Bank Kentucky on oa before two months from ditto shall ask said bank to mo now corttficates for said stuck lijt why hereby 8uoh ftcat drollnotbe 22m A J ALEXANDER FOR SALE ncroa of Inndnb9ut21ljmllus from Frankfort a short distance oft too turn plko on oI1 Uarrotlsburg road It has consid tam tJr with a plenty of spring water b1n well taken clro ot wbn o n muny dealring h a locntoJANES Pnrtlcai Sept ff lmo f 100 to 200 125 to 250 100 to I 125 to 200 nothing that 200 600 500 8r KENTUCKY Attention Commercial a good STATION TEAHEBS MEETING Programme for Teachers As elation to be held at Antioch Church Saturday Octobor G1900 980 vv i Devotional Exercises Lawrdndo D Stuckor fMusic lWelcome Address Lizzlo Brewk JTResponseLewisObject of the Association Boy 0 i Jouett Recitation Essay Ida Semones LanguageStella Wllmott Dig J f Ifcussed by Maud Pierce Myrtle iSeleetbold School Improvement Pat tl SuperintendentNoon Music Address Harry McChosney State JHecitntJonLlzzioWhat Trustees Can Do to make t the Schools More Efilcient Agnes i jF tiM Brawnor Physiology and Anatomy of the tESRayMnggioWhatls Teaching Lawroncb flt fD Stuoker t PMusic I Teacher and PatronsAnnlo Yar brough and Jqhn Dooloy Discipline Annie Manford and l Katie Rodgers J r Everyone interested in education i AGNES M BRAWNER r VicoProsident c Itif l F J dW j 27- 1H Jtf TrS TUTTOn tho W6sb Sido on Fri day night to Mr Joseph Tutt and Jp wife a son TIIOiIPSONIn this city It 1Sunday Septembers to Dr G F and wifq twin girls EGJSIJ1EE I If y you wish to vote in November rog iSter fit your voting placoon Tuos lily next Octobor 2d i fc MATRIMONIAL t L1 WISIJEARInthis city on 4 Tuesday Mr Burl Lewis of fehelby county tool Miss Minnie Lear of f Woodford county were married by l tjlov Win Crowo jr of the South l orn Presbyterian Church r J WILLHOITB WASH At the Baptist passorage on Tuesday Mr t Dumas and Miss Liz ie- t Wash wore married by Rev M B k 7Adamsp BONLEY BOWERS A t the 4 Baptist Mr Geo H rr Bonley and Mrs Parmelia E Bow t ers were married by Rev M B r Adams ATHEYTHOBNTON At the courthouse on Wednesday Mr J Gilbert Athey and Miss Pearl Thornton of Owen county were L married by Judge J Dan Mooro l Fatality Follows Failure iJ to use FolEY Kidney Cure in time If taken in earlier stages of Brights4 disease and diabetes it fs a certain cure You have noticed the high death rate from these diseases and it is not wise to ignore early symp- tomst when a sure medicine like 1 Foley Kidney Cure can be had r South Longmoor W McKee Hardle i LOST t tI t On Saturday night between F cy O depot and Capt I T Wests a ladles gold pin set with pearls and diamt nd center A suitable reward will bo paid for its return to Capt I T Wests residence sit c REPUBLICAN CONTENTION A mass convention of the Reput licans of Franklin County is called to meet at the court house Satur day October 6 for the selection of delegates to a district convention be held in Lexington Ky Oct 10 ltJ1180 for the nomination of a can r dldate for Congress in the Seventh Congressional District Basis of representation same as ilust Gubernatorial Convention held in Louisville Ky JOHN L SCOTT Jr Chairman D B WALCUTT Secretary With every 25cent purchase and 1 over you will receive a valuable 29th atpresent Saturday Sept LANGDONCREASEY CO 8lt DEATHS his home in this 1HAWKINSAtJas B Hawkins jr aged about 05 d Y years He was a Christian gentle- Q4 man Further notice will appear iI r next week its a seriousThing tf For a woman to come to that period ki known as change of life It is almost J r always a period of suffering and the de It o1 rangement of mind and is some times so great that the family life is ut V rterl marred by unhappy wife and ar mother At such time every woman DrPkrA ishing them and cures diseases of the 1 delicate organs In brief it makes weak F women sick women well I Favorite Prescription contains no alcohol neither opium nor any other narcotic aI have taken four bottles of Favorite Pre scription for female weakness and change of life rites Mr lizzie A Bowman of New Matamora Co Ohio Before I began taking it I could not do anything I had Hcl1 pains In my head and in the back of my suck that I thought I would lose mind Now I can work every day and do not suffer I ommend Favorite Prescription to all women r suffering in the change of life It la the best medicine I have ever found Every woman should send for a free of Dr Pierces Medical Adviser Send 31 onecent stamps to pay expense of mailing only for the book in paper t covers or 31 stamps fOr cloth fc V Pierce BufI loN Y THE STREET FAIR Frnnkforb8 Second Annual Street Fair op ned on Tuesday under favorable auspices Barring a little more Moat than was comfortable tjho wdafcller was all that could have boon asked until yesterday when there was a misty rain There was an unusually largo and Jolly crowd present for the opening day The booths decorations etc wore more profuso nml beautiful by far than thoso of last year We are un able owing to luck of space to give a separate description of each The parade of the Elks Jr O U A W Odd Fellows Knights of Maccabees and other benevolent orders was a decided hit and everybody seemed pleased The Median dog show was par excellence the best ever seen in this section and the training th9se- animals exhibited bordered on the reasoning faculty It was unani mously pronounced the best of the exhibitionsThe Bros in theirspec tacular trapeze work were superb The Vaudeville and the MerryGo Round kept the crowds animated and occupied The balloon ascensions were brilliant successes The cake walks were gems of fun and frolic The minstrel shows were im mense The floral hall and the various exhibits therein were a dream of loveliness in foliage fruitage and their preservation The poultry show was by far better than last year The exhibits of fruits vegetables wheat corn to bacco etc were far above the average The exhibits of needlework drawnwork etc were fully up to the mark many pieces giving evi dence of great care skill and painstaking labor We will publish the full list of premiums as soon as the judges can prepare same The exhibition of graceful lady riders was a success in every way The ring of model horses brought quite an array of beautiful animals The decorated bicycles ridden by girls made a beautiful display The decorated baby buggies with their handsome occupants corn Inanded a tremendous crowd The ice exhibit of the Frankfort Ice Co with fruits and flowers in the center of the large cakes of ice were simply out of sight Taken as a whole the Fair was u success in every way As evidence there were a number of gentlmen here from elsewhere who expressed astonishment at the extent and excellence of the displaysIThere are always some kickers and they were not wanting this time But generally the expression was that the old town did Itself proud Editors Awful Plight F M Higgins liter Seneca III News WHS nfillc ed for years with piles that no doctor or remedy helped until hp tried Bucklens Arnica whollyIcents Sold by J W Gayle druggist TURN OUT The Republican Campaign Committee has succeeded in arranging for Hon John W Yerkes to speak in this city on Wednesday next October 8d at 2 oclock p m Let everybody turn out to hoar this eloquent orator- CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE Register Register If you wish to vote in November register at your voting place on Tuesday next Octeber 2d- NATIONAL ASSOCIATION DEMOCRATIC CLUBS Indianapolis October 844 1000I one faro round trip via Queen Orescent Route for the occasion Ask ticket agent for rates dates and train schedule SEBENADETHANKS We are placed under obligations to the Newsbpys Band for a de- lightfulserenade yesterday morn ingThey gave us splendid music dur ing the Strqqt Fair and are a pop ular and clov9r sot of fine young men Our Stock j Is Nt il COMPLETE In every department Everything new andall the very latest styles in Dress Goods and Silks Consisting of Venetions Whipcords Pebble Chev iots Homespuns Zibe lines Purnelle Sorels Some special values in allwool Dress Goods at 30c 45c and So Gloats ana Furs The most complete assort ment of Ladies Misses and Childrens Cloaks ever put on sale in Frankfort Big line of outing flannelat sc 8c and loc 32 inch French Percales at 8 130 50 dozen extra heavy Ladies Fleeced Vests only 25C We sell the celebrated Fast Black Hosiery the Y S F and Topsy brand If you want the very best IOG I5c and 25C hose try them Blankets and com forts in all qualities from 75c up Weitzel I- ODonnell Dont fall to ask for our beautiful magazine Moles and Fabrics Copies Free Tuesday h t o Ellendale Commepcial f I ICollegeNear Curdsvillc Ky K School for Boys find Young Men lwho wish o study V aa Bookkeeping Typewriting Commercial Law Telegraphy shorbft Hand Office Practice Penmanship Bislness Arithmetic 7 i The college is located in one of tho most healthful and refined neighborhoods in J- Daviosa county remote from nil toinptafcioimnud distractions of city or vj town Not one of our graduates has failed to s cnvo f good position Catalogues free Re opens September 10 1500 ir J E Gardiner A M PresjJuly 216m + CURDSVILLE KY To Our Old Friends and Patrons H We have opened the only exclusive funeral and embalming parlors in the city and with our lOn experience and modern equipment will be able to render unsurpassed sar r vice Our friends and the public generally are cordially invited to call and inspect our apartments Special attention will be given to night calls by Lyn Graham residence 218 Todd Street phone 247 and B GJ Graham residence 428 Shelby Street Chapel for use of patrons Lady Attendants Rubber- Tire Funeral Car f Your JjRespectfully Mrs A Jud Graham Son l Telephone 247 334 Main St Opp Engine House Frankfort THE ROUNDABOUT J THE PEOPLES PAPER EVERYBODY TAKES TT- EVERYBODY READS IT i H Subscription Only 1 Per Year v IOu JOB DEPARTMENT 7jpyjjESBlank Books of all kinds gotten up im ifct i6ipt tylt or lie art Old Books and Muaio bow 43tmb utM Jrt WOot r lulllf lOioitt 1 A tr 7 jft t I l Tn ijrort Rounaafiout Butoreil at tho postoiflce at Frankfort Ken tucks ns secondglass innilnblc matter CEO A LEWISEdrtor and Pub RANKFORT SEPT 2t 1000 DISTINGUISHED PHYSICIAN DEAD On Monday last Dr Preston Brown Scott cliel at the Norton Infirmary in Louisville of typhoid foyer after an illness of several vbr Scott was the oldest child of the late Col Robert Wilmot Scott of this county He was bornhero September 12 1832 at tho home stead near Ducky Station now owned by Mr C R Mason He was a man of fine mind and tfgreat culture He graduated at v Georgotown College and at the a University of Tennessee afterwards J taking his degree of M D at the University of Louisville Medical 2 r Department i When the 6ivil War commenced Dr Scott was living in Mississippi K but ho enlisted in the Confederate Army as Surgeon of the pith Kon tuoky Ooh Isaac H Trnbue cdm pronibteddepartment at tho close of the strife When tho Southern banner was furled Ijo returned to his native i State and located in Louisville whore ho soon rose to the front stink in his pl fessidh Dr Scptt was aman of command ing presence ji Kontuckian of the fnshionedcourtly kind Rather Deserved fo the outside world he Tas geniality and tenderness per spnllied in liis home circle ntulc wrlfch his friends Our earliest recollections of our old homo neighborhood are con Voctod with Dr Scott as one of tho Stalwart young mon who were a Oolly and harpy crowd and were an lioribr to tho community and State 3n after life Dr Scott was a member of ChristI Episcopal Cftthedral in Louisville end was burled from there on Tues lay Right Rev T U Dudley TMshop of the Dlocoso of Louisville Conducting the solemn services tno remains wore brought to this Jqity and laid to rest lii the family ilotjin our cemetery Tile leaves a wife throe children flhnoe sisters and one Brother to rtiftprn the death of a noble and upright Christian gentleman Sor 1 rows have fallen thickly upon this i jytod family in the last few kTwe4l6 TZ fay the sod rest lightly upon the fjlillfld heart of this grand man 1r V Y NARROW ESCAPE iV Cf iyiUle Dr JohnSouth and Mr rge Shonkel were coming along toe loading fronnthe Flat Creole to the Swallowflold pike on frldlLY night the horsothoy were riving swerved from the road on 150 steep hillside throwing both gen lemon out turning tho buggy up side down and causing it to roll JdQwn the hill while tho horse wasf I night on the top of tho fence ti S Upon regaining their foot tho gen t mlomen found that it was so dark cold npt what to do with Jioy llgit One of them wont to r some distance away procure a light aiul returned fPliey tlien took the harness off the liorso pushing hor pver the fence ihus releasing her They then pulled the fenco down hitched the viinuro to the buggy and succeeded in getting the outflt back on the I 4bad The mare stood perfectly s till after the accident a J Strange to say neither gentleman t1vaij hurt in tho least the buggy 5 Nvas not even scratched and only f fbhe overcheck of the harness brokonIIt was one 6f the narrowest or- capQS wo over hgard of A EWISH NEW YEAR 4 Qir fellowcltlzenH of Jewish faith Iy lebrated tho Jewish Now Year I comnnenei at sundown on Sunday last and continuing until llld wnonJtT911JYc by Abstaining rpm all labor and thc usual rolig 5ubus ceremonies All thq business jln uaua owned by them wore closed the hours named IIi 51r eAdF r I THE TALL SYCAMORE OF THE LICKING DONE UP Wo that Hon yAlbortthft 6th District was defeated at tho Democratic primary held on Saturday last for ronomlnatlbn by J Mr D Linn Gooch a patent Tttedl cino vendor of Cincinnati Mr Berry has over boon the friend of Frankfort and of tho im provement of the Kentucky rlyer But for his unceasing labors In that behalf tho continuous contract on the Kentucky river improvement would 4iot have been placed in the River and Harbor Bill CPUBLIC SPEAKING Kentuckians all love to hear an orator speak An opportunity will be given to tho people of this city and county on Wednesday October 8d to hear Hon John W Republican candidate for Governor who is one of the finest speakers in the State The speech will be made at the Opera House at oclock p m There will dpubtloss be a large crowd present If you want a good sent come early UNSEEMLY i James Matthews of Jessamine county had one hundred chickens stolen one night last weekI It was only a coincidence that the Methodist Conference was in ses QIWeallowing an item like the above to appear in his columns There is a prevalent disposition to covertly spoor at religious people that ill becomes public journals But for the good people of all churches land not least by any means the Methodist church this country would soon drift back to savagery NOMINATED Tlie Populists Brown Democrats and Republicans met In joint eon vention at Paducah on Tuesday and nominated Hon Bon C Keyes of Galloway county as their candidate for Congress His name goes under the log cabin and ho will thus be able to make a strong race ATTENTION EVERYBODY All who enjoy aneloquent and Instructive speech should come to the Opera House in this city on Wednesday October 8 to hear Hon John W Yerkos candidate for Governor who will addrdss the people of this city iandcounty upon the issues of tho day Tile hour fon speaking will be two Oclock p m Let there bo a large crowd out to heivr kilntPOLICE PREMIUM Officer Carleton Thomasson was awarded the prize for the hnndsom est iflpearanca as a mounted po liceman in tho parade on Tuesday last Mr Thomasson isn flue looking young man Dont Get ThinGet fat get nice and plump there is safety in plumpness Summer has tried your foodworks winter is coming to try your breathmill Fall is the time to brace yourself But weather is tricky lookouts Lookout for colds espec ially Scotts Emulsion of Cod- Liver Oil Is the subtlest of helps It is food the easiest food in the world it is more than food it helps you digest your food and get more nutri ment from it Dont get thin there is safety in plumpness Man woman andchild It have not tried it send for free Mtnple Its agreeable taste will surprise you SCOTT BOWNE- Chemists Pearl Street New York soc and Jroo till druggist II 1tif l i l t STAMPING GROUND Mrs Merritt Wn t and Miss Ratio Jones of Georgetown wore of Mrs A J Goddard this ok Miss Edna Foriill of Indian- apOlis fad was tho of Mr T Reynolds tutu family this workThe homp Holds aro now the re sort of the clove hunters and thby have haul fine sport Mr John B Adams has retired from the coal land lumber business having sold out to his partner Mr W H Oldham Mr Adams will be with Mr J G Blanton in the furniture und undertaking business D Our town trustees are determined to improve the town as fast as possible They have added four new street lamps undo have had a ee crossing put clown In front of postolflco theiMiss Mnggi Sprnke is quite with typhoid fever Miss Lilian Bruner the little jBruneiMr John S Lindsay who has been sick with malarial fever is improving e We are glad to report Mr Wit iReynolds who has been so ill with typhoid fever as improving Mr E P Burrior and wife of Keene were guests of her father Rey T Warn Beagle this week Mr J T Reynolds of Cynthi ana who was called hereby the illness of Mr Wm Reynolds has re turned home I Mr B S Oalvert left Monday tor St Louis Mo g Master Rankin Duvall has gone to Lexington to attend tho A C M 2 College 0 Mr Richard O Head Is visiting his parents Mr Joel S Head and S wife at Morehoad = The now bank building is fin ished and the bank officers and fix turdfc have moved in YACOB REGISTERStNovember register at your voting place on Tuesday next October 2dI NEW LUMBER MILLS Attention is trilled to the ndver tisomenfe of Mr J F Marcumin to hB days paper He has purchased the Kenney Bridges Co mills and will manufacture all kinds of lumI ber Ho proposes to sell at the low est practicable figures Road his notice In tills paper and see him before purchasing your lumber 1StlEEP piMrhas about 160 stock owes for sale Farmers needing ewes would do well to call on him OA S XI 01rABear Signature of d ZuHON JOHN W YERKES TO SPEAK HERE WQ are requested by the Republi can Campaign Committee to an flounce that Hon John W Yerkas nndbfor Governor will ad 1rosRtho people of Frankfort timid Franklin county at the 6pera House in this city oil Wednesday Octo ber 8d at 2 oclock p m Every arrangement will be made to make tho occasion one of inter est to tho people as Mr Yorkes an eloquent and graceful speaker Come out and hoar him HE LOVED HEB TENDERLY They were from tho country those two young lovers who had come In to see time Streot Fair in all Its vastness and of course they took in tho dog show In seeking a position where they could get tho best view of tho stage they backed up into a corner of tho largo show window of the Roundabout build ing where they were wedged in by the dense crowd around them Fooling the brick wall against his shoulder he naturally thought ho hal solid backing and seeing those around him intently watching tho show he gently slipped his arm around her waist and pressed her yielding form to his bosom Iron time to tine mending his hold and giving her an extra squeeze all un mindful of the fact that the Roundabout was watching him through a window ns largo as tho end of the house and onjoyjng the fun Heros to YOU old man hoping you may hold to her ns tight through life as you did Wednesday morning t 1IIIfIjl LBXINGTO BWING G BREWERS OF FINE BEERS Whirh in Quality and flavorAre EQUAL TO ANY BEERMADE IN THE LAND CAIL FOR IT TILE PROS DUCT OF A KentuckyIndustry OROBINSON Frankfurt Apt Sept 2ly + ee eee e + eee JEN i iTheTHE J E M MILLING CO Z Treese i IiUiiiIiiiThos Ke Robb i Piano 0 lnlture MoverI rPacking und Orating Carefully Dono by Experienced Mon Goo Servico Mod orato priciM Lewis Street Local y Phono No Sept 88in d iiiiUIi ioIi Strayed or Stolen the farm of J P Stafford near Sted FROM this county n black and white POINTER DOG Ho Is rather small in stature answers to tho nrtmo of Count A lib reward for his return to Mr afford or myselfor for any information leads to his L PAYNE I53tt Dissolution Notice CaTsold their interest in tho stock of goodn conWfned in tho Louisvillo Storo No atmull street Mr Joseph Rosonbury will eon tinue tho business Frankfort Sept 8lm Spare Women In former years when thin women wished to gain flesh and roundness of form they would take warm baths follow this by rubbing into the cod liver oil Now they em the morn elegant way of buying Emulsion and taking It in ternally It increases the weight of thin babies and delicate children Best Way to Cure Backache Backaches are caused by disorder in the kidneys Foleys Kidney Cure will make the kidneys right South L1 n moor McKee Bardie Try the Capital Steam Lau II dry for a clean shirt or qollai Telephone 17 16tf Kodol jl Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat r It artificially digests thofood and aids iJrtNature in strengthening aud reconi t va or 4 iINantcan approach it in efficiency relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Sour Nausea Sick Headache GastralglaCrampsand all other results of imperfect PrlcoSOc and st Larg slzo contains 2H times 4 small size Book all about dyspepsia mlUcdtree- Prepared r by E C DeWITT A CO Chicago SOUTH iONGDIOORVW McKEE HARDIE 18J noCimltations Residence Travel and Oc patios fPayablelnGoMPaIdtlp Insurance Ualues 1Importat features Ic OF- tInlon tmutual r 5 iLIFEINCONTESTABILITY f from date of issue Grace in a Premium Payments FP gasft Ualuts i Loan Mm JJnlC Extension of Insurance By terms of tnefMaine nonforfeiture haw IEVer one of these prfvileges is andclear Just how and k ti2uhen each is aVailable is plainlysirtolefNo t hnical qualifications rto ores misunderstanding AS g i but t1Jertftlng is explicitly- set fl iJ forth in uneeuivoeal language Years UNION MUTUAL APofletai do not become void liy Fuiluro to IPay Premiums tho MAINE NONFORFEITURE LAW twithout Action of the Policyholder continu r ing the insurance for a rKFManager for Kentucky N W Cor 4th and Iifii ri Streets JOHN R TODD Frankfort Ky r J 1 nDoes it Pay to Buy Cheap A cheap remedy for cnuJhsnndI colds right but you Want thing that will relieve tool cuietne more severe tumid dangerous results of rL throat and lung troubles What shall f you do Go to a warmer und more r regular climate Yes if possible If not possible for you then In either case take the ONLY remedy that has itriesflung troubles u Bosehees German Syrup It not only heals and soul ulates the tissues to destroy the Lrermtdisease hut allays inflammation 1causes easy expectoration gives a good nights rest and euros the Try one bottle Recom tinHolmes 4lyJt THE BEST t GROOERIBS ANn LIQUORS i rI ow 1S- EEEEE 8 JOHIBRISCOLLSh t P JACOB SWIGEIlT CO i Ji sj Ins11raric f oeDts t t loi AND 102 ANN ST EEit ofth Q1 ot 1- lirIbm Tfi 7r T IIJW 1 T r W rI iSPLENDID PEARSI Our old colored friend Mr Levi Berry the Cove Mill market tar1- enoiQ brought nson Monday a speofinen of the pours ho raised on highIare we- have seen thin season and are as ddlielouR a3 thoy are handsome Mr Berry had Homo of these pours with other fruit on exhibition at i f the Street Fair He says ho hud lino success with all his fruit this seas0 n 1Register Register If ri you wish to vote in- November register at your voting place ou is Tuesday next Oct 2d RESIGNS Mr Schuyler Mayhall has re signed his position with the Le Q6mpto Gaylo Co druggists 3fsfvv South Side hind will accept a pflsl Lion October 1st with fho big drug V house dfJ B Baird Qo i- nILouisville youngJljjK capable accommodating land efll oient druggist but rejoice that he fyf will take a bettor position 1 lAPPOINTMENTS OF KEN L f TUCKY CONFERENCE r r J1lvVf Tlio following are the appoint 11 P Tnent8as made by tho Bishop at l the Nichplasvino Conference bf Iy + ttle ot odlst Church South Lexington District Presiding ElderA Bodd Lbxington High Stroofc J S SimH Lexington Epworth WM Britt- SpwiiisJ N Isoii ParlsTE H Poarca Frankfort J R Savage Versailles C F Evansr itV Goorgetown G E Bapp y v Winchester G H Moans i1 Mt SterlingD W Robertson 11e CumnrgoF A Savage D P w Ware sup4 V r l Grassy Lick GV Fish o1orh Middletown B M Lee Hlnton BFCosby New Oblumbus G N Boswoll t v Covington District Presiding Elder F S Pollitt Oovlngton Scott E L South V Jjato Opvlngton Eleventh street J W Mitchell r fOVUSKfn We know of nothing better I than oughing to tear the lin ing of your throat and lungs It is better than wet feet to cause- bronchitis and- Bneumonja up and you will succeed in reducing your weight losing your appetite bringing on a slow fever and making every thing exactly right for the consumptioni ibefore It kills you AYer 14t ptelorall everykindis just right for an ordi- r nary cough for the harder coughs of bron chitis you will need a 50 thefir I rGthe one dollar size is most economical reduced me to mero- skeleton I tried many romedles- but they nil tolled tho CberryPectorolllmmedlatoly lie Irm to restored mo to health I boltovo I ItIR MOItOA Oct 7189B IlrowntownVi- it r Newport 0 J Cliamfler Highlands J L Clark- AugushtW K Deunn Alexandria W L Selby California S W Peoples J C Mulr sup MinerVisaliaP W Barker FaJniouth F K Struve Butler W L Clarke Carroll ton 7 D Redd PotorsbuigT B Cook Warsaw W G Grain r GhentEldred K Moron s Brooksville B F Chatham G B Payne sup t Walton E E Holmes Cynthiana C F Onoy vWilliamstown J P Strother Oddyillo J W Harris Kelafc M T Chandler Berry S M R Hurt Erlangor C A Bromley G N Bumn sup- Maysville District Presiding Elder W F Vaughan- MaysvilloW F Taylor East Maysville Edward Allon Mlllersburg U VW Darlington Flemlngsburg W W Spruke- Tilton W D Welburn Hlllsboro J W Gardiner Mt Carmel M S Clarke Bethel D B Cooper Carlisle R E Lancaster OwingsvilleJ R Nelson Salt Well James E Bright Vanceburg W G Elklur Mt Olivet S H Pollitt Sardis P J Ross GermantownR H Wightman TolesboroJ M Johnson Morefleld Josiah Godboy Burtonvllle J R SVood- DoverrA Sawyer Shelbyville District Presiding EldoivJulius Wright She byvllleG W Watts Simpsoaville H C Wright Taylorsville W S Grlnstoad- Bloomfleld J S Simpsdni- Lajjrango J W Crates Now Castle T J Godbey CampbellBburg W Tr Rowland Eminence and Pleasiireville F Taliaforro Port Royal J M Matthews Bedford W T Wyatt MlltonJ H Williams Prostonvillo H B Cockrill- Lawroncobnrg R B Baird I3eardsJ R Poeble- sChrlstiansburgW S Waswell Gratx J L West Polsgrove W H H Dltzler Julius E Wright Conference ills sionary Secretary Danville District Presiding EldorJ R Peering Danville J O A Vaught HarrodsburgC J Nugont Nicholasvillo E G B Mann F W Noland Porryville W A Penn Mackvillo C M Humphrey Chaplin WVW Green East Pulaski To be supplied West Pulaski To bo supplied Burnsido To be supplied by Oscar Wingfiold orelandS M Carrier Wilmore E C Sttvugo BurginA C Jonas Salt River E J Torrill- Halvisa T T Fizer Richmond H T Turner College Hill und Kirksville P C Eversole Somerset F M Hill Lancaster L Robinson Stanford W E Arnold Proachersville R H Hobbs London District- Presiding Elder W B Ragan- Middloton H R Mills London F G Mclntyro Barbourvlllo and Pinovillo F B Jones Mt VoritonJPo be supplie- dPittsburgG G Ragan Irvine C L Bohon nnmptonJ J DicJco- yFrenchburg To be supplied by S 111 HartinIWest Liberty Ul Green- E J Pike Jackson M W Hitter Hindmnn anti Hazard To be sup pliedrrnnRferredWm Shoosmlth to West Virginia Conference W A Cooper to Baltimore Conference Register Register If you wish to vote in November register at yoar votiD place on Tuesday next Oct 21 Nazora Studio is the place to get campaign buttons of all the candidates We make all that are made in Frankfort and undersoil tho others Remember the pluce above Expreas otflt 51tf t AXYUKJCMORYCOG THE FAVORITE LINE FROM LOUISVILLE TO CHICAGO Elegant train equipment of luxurious Parlor and Dining Cars and Modern Wagner Palace Drawing Room For tickets rules and gen oral information by prospective pus sengers to nil the vast including CALIFORNIA Frank J Reed G P A C H Rockwell Traffic Mgr W H MDoel P G M Addr sIE H Bacon D P A- Louisville Ky Dr Cadys Condition Powders are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not but medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition Price 25 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte Gayle Co Royal Flouring MillsM- ANUFACTURERS FlourMail Ship staff orll Oats and Hay 523 and 525 Main Phone 84 251r If you ore sick all over and dont know just what ails you its ten to one your kidneys are out of order Foleys Kidney Cure will bring and energy South Long moor W McKee Hardie The emergency bags t by a church society to Kansas Soldiers in tho Phillipines contained among the necessities a box of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve the well known euro for piles injuries and skn diseases Tile ladies care to obtain the original DeYitts Witch Hazel Salve knowing that all tho counterfeits aro worthless Souui Longmoor W McKeo Hardie NOMINATED The Republican Convention fpr the 27th Judicial District nominated Judge J H Tiijsloy of Knox county to succeed Judge Clark deceased Tho convention was deadlocked for more than n tiny but finally compromised upon Judge Tinsley He has served that district boforo and is well qualified for the position REUNION 7TH OHIO CAVALRY iThe 7th Ohio Cavalry U S A will hold their reunion this year at- C nthhp1ll on Thursday October 18th This is done at tho invitation of a largo number of old Confederate soldiers of Morgans command Everybody is invited Thank God for tho i8y which brings such occasions as this 08S J C nX G Bears the S TH IIP SIB tojr 6raan ff- d AijTOE KENTUCKY The U S Battleship Kentucky has boon ordered to the Asiatic station and will cruise hI Chinese waters so soon as her stores can lie placed aboard She is now lying at tho Brooklyn Navy Yard re ceiving her outfit SlSo is a fit rep resentative of tho grout country she oolongs to DeWitts Little Early Risers aro prompt palatable pleasant pow erful purifying little pills South Longmoor W McKoo Hurdle GALLANT SOLDIER DEAD Major General John M Palmer of Illinois died at his home in Springfield on Tuesday last aged yours having been born in Scott county Ky in 1817 Ho was a bravo and gallant soldier in the Civil War rising from the rank of colonel to that of major general Ho had served as a Congressman United States Senator anti Gover nor of Illinois Ho was tho candi late of the Gold Democrats President in 1800 maulI He was an honost upright in all tho ways of life mind the Na ion hits sustained a great loss +IN KENTUCKY Schedule Effect My 20 KASin UNfJ Ar Ar Ar v vI11eIAr Lexln wESTIJODND1 v Lax n too Ar Versailles Ar Lnrcncebc Ar Shelbyville Ar Louisville SOUTHERN I1745nml NO61IT No NaL T o3 1745Pn rNo T50nt3 WESTBOUND NO 13INO 111 STATIONS INO 12No 440pmI7roam730pm WESTBOUND Na 5itNa67i 84oopm 745am BTJpm 810am STATIONSjNOItNo 47pm 1025am 710pm 1110am 740pm 1150am No lltNo 61 STATIONS tNa5 tNo L 745am 400pm Lv Loulnvll Af 1040am 740pm- lasftim Lr Verslles Ar 750am 502pm- 1102am 783pm Ar Nlchlvitl Ar 858am 406pm U58pm 830pm Ar Klcnmnd Lv 05am 310pm 105pm Ar Irvine Lv 163pm STATIONS No Lv Louisville 74Saml 745pm Ar Lexington 1045am laSOpm Ar Knoxvlllo 700pm 74 VlOainAr Ashevllle 110pm Ar Savannuh 513am Ar Jacksonvlllo 925am Lv Chattanooga 005pm 023am Ar Atlanta laZApm llKtara Ar Macon 1255am 225pm Ar Jacksonville 830am 1000pm Lv Chattanooga 610pm 04iiam Ar Birmingham 1005pm 1145nra Ar Meridian 23 am VWpta Ar New Orleans 830aml No through sleeping car Louisville to Ulr alneham via Lexington and Chattanooga Na 5 tree observation chaircar Lout vilte to Lexington No 0 free observation chair car Lexington tc Louisville No 4 leeping car Birmingham to Loulsvlllo via Lexington All trains between Louisville Lexington and Bursln dally- Detween Versailles and Georgetown Nos II and dally Nos G7and 6Sdal1ycxceptSunday Between Veraalllea Nicholasvillo Rich mond and Irvine dally except Sunday tDatly except Sunday Other trains dally PSOAKNON3dVPAOM J M CDIPT M Washington D C Washington DC WATUHKOPA WMHTATU Washluutun O C Loulsvlllo 118 LtXINGTON EASTERN RY LOCAL TIME TABLE EFFECTIVE MAY 20TH 1900 EAST BOUND No2 MILE STATIONS Dollyl r r30 0 Lv Lexington 2 7 8 Montrose F210 F800 Avon 250 F 8 10 Wyandotto F hF 8 20 MIstlBtoo PS f7I L E Junotion 8 22 850I Indian Fields F 88 F40 Olnr City 66 Stanton I 00 925 Kosslyn F F 9 F 9 5II Dnriduo 480F047 51II Natural Bridge F435 954 58 Gloncnlrn F4 968 Torrent Fihcnstlo F703F1022 ro Bcattyvillo Junction 611 Bentt J tv 60 0- 0BOG Ar 6 40 Lv 8t Helens 5 F10 89 Talloca F585F1051 83 Athol 43 Oakdnlo F560F1100 Ellcntnwii 807F1132 94 Ar Jnakson 0 15 80 S WESTBOUND 8lLv JaoltBon 25 226 Elkntnwa 0 ro F Ifl St i OakdaVo F64DF249 a Athol 60 60 jfI TnllOga F704F804 V StH 7 10F8 BtMittyvIllo Junction 7 20 8 20 Ift llu Lv 700 8 00 BOG Ar 750 540 Ii Lv Flritoistlo F788F883 OIII Torrent 8 58 lr1 F 7 57F8- Natural Bridge F 8 o Dundoo 808F403 56 Filson 810 Roailyn F820F485 t Stanton 8 01 w OltV 8 SI IhcUan Fields 8 69 F 4 T t L C E Junction 916 5 03 23 Mlgtlutpfc 9 2 F 51Wn01 star 9 U n Wyandotte F 9 F 6 ll 9 F 5 F9 68 Ffi W ArLexington 0 t N T1MK TA18LK 1sou No 1AMj 8351Midway 5t- Citrtstlausburg3t40 l 1017 Uulueitcb 1035 Lagranr 45 llU5 Tillhunllt 45S ai 745 vr Louisville 625 1206 OttTR No16 PM TNo18 IAM Lv 720 410 41LlgttnKQ402 912 606 6121IDROPSY RfllLWftY CURED with vegetabli Remedies Have cured many thousand case teaIDK 8 X QUXII SOU Box X Atlanti On Bismarcks iroif Nerve t Was the result of hfs splendId health Inrlomitnlilo will and tre mendous energy sire not found where Stomach Liver Kidntysand Bowels are out of order If you want these cn qualities and tit success they bring use Dr Kings New Life Pills They develop every power of brain and body Only 2i5e at J W Gayle r drug store s That Throbbing Headache Would quickly leave you try u used Dr Kings New Life Pills Thousands of sufferers have proved t their matchless merit for sick nervous headaches They mike purerblood and strong nerves and i up your health Easy to take them Only 25 cents Money back if not cured Sold by J W Gayle druggist i OSTEOPATHY i Richard P Bnckmaster DO Graduated under A T Still bun del of Osteopathy Kirksville Mo Office St street opposite Custom House up stars over Kairin Brpa dry goods store Office hours 9 a m to 6 p m Evening hours 7 to 9 Teeuhone No 146 Consultation tree 14tf Large sun spots astronomers say caused the extreme heat this sum mer and doctors declare nearly all the prostrations were induced by disorders stomnch Good health follows good digestion Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat If ou have indigestion or opsia it will quickly relieve- and porinanontly cure ou South Longmoor MoKeo Hardie m iz The Dread of people withleak flungs who sutrtr ruin stnhhorn lcoughs is consumption Foleys Honey and Par if taken in time tcures the cold heals and strengthens 3 the lungs and always cures incipient consumption South S Longnioor r McKee Hardie To prevent consumption quicklyi s euro throat lung troubles tono Minute Cough Cure South Longmoor W McKee Hardie 41i jtmadoliver and bowel troubles Never gripe South Longmoor W Mc 1Kee Hurdle iipfuM II and Whiskey B1bts cured al home out aln Book of prti- culars sent FREE I B aurnu tJauI11M North frrtt 81 The wolf in the fable put on shespslclothing because if he traveled on his own couldnt accom plish hispurpose Counterfeiters of DeWitts Witch Sal ve couldnt sell their worthless salves on their merits 3o they them iu boxes add wrappers like DeWitts Look out forthem Take only DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve It cures plies and sill skin diseases South Lougu oor For Sale r A first class bycicle 93 model Humbler is offered for sale Apply r at this office tf For Sale A new style doubleseat trap and JApplyQuestion Answered Af Yes Augu t Flower still has the intheofyour grandmothers never tusing anything else for indigestion or biliousness Doctors were scarce 5and they seldom heard of appen nervous prostration or heart etc They used August 51fnilure to clean out the system and of undigested food regulate the action of the liver stim ulate tho nervous and organic action of the s 8tem and that is all 1 jhpndaohcsonly need a few doses of Greens August Flower in liquid make you satisfied there lis formtoj serious the matter wiili sale by S B Holmes 4ly fAFrnnkfort Cemetery Co Notice la hereby the lot owners thntnn election be hold at the uteri of R R McOlnro Bon between the hotus or le end oclock on TUESDAY OCTOBER 9 for tho purpose of electing seven trustees 63W E L SAMUEL President INOJIII SOW 6ow P6FOR FORAOt SOIL rWH IIAVB LARGE STOCKS or these and all Seasonable Seeds such as Qerman aRc Pearl nUlds Sofa and Velvet Beans Seed Corn Teoslnte Sorghums nUio Maize Buckwheat etc Write for prices and WOOD do STUS88 I Seedsmen LOUISVILLE KY r 7 JII 1 ti + eli 1 4 IF YOU ARE COMING 1 1 M A SELBERTIEZIABLEeTEwEi i tIIRELIOIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL f McCreadysector sistant Minister Holy Communion at 9 oclock a rueMorningprayer and sermon at 11 a m- Evening prayer and sermon at p m- Sundayschool and adult Bible at 045 a m Evening prayer and litany on Wednesday at 780 oclock f Sunday evening the Rev A S D D of New York City will hrpaeh tto all these services the public We cordially invited Seats free BAPTIST CHURCfi Rev M B a Attains the pastor will preach at i 11 a m and 780 p m The Young Peoples Society will fleet in the chapel Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 780 oclock- Sundayschool in the chapel at 945 a m Special classes for young men H Seats free and all are cordially in A f sited CHURCH Rev r Darsie the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m Ju Night Last Will and Testament It Owing to repairs upon the main nj audience room the service Sunday Will be held in tho enlarged and f chapelSundayschool meets at 980 a m i The People s Society of- Ohristiunpv Endeavor meets in the chapel at 645 p m Leader Miss S McEwan Topic Our Foolish Excuses Junior Endeavor Society meets ft at 880 in the chapel- Prayermeetingt Wednesday night 780 Topic Good Works and Alms Rr 5 The public will be cordially wel Up coined to all these services and es y pecially strangers in the city CHUBOH The Usual services tomorrow conducted Majorfh Low mass at 780 a m High toass 10 a m Vespers at 780 p In RESBYTERIANinay D D the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m f Sundayschool at 945 a m Young Peoples Society of Chris tlan Endeavor meets in the Sunday School room at 645 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday even r in r at 780 j The pulbic cordially invited t tiMETHODIST CHUBOH Bev T the pastor being n at Conference there will be no ser VfQeRt meets at 98oa Epworth League in Sundayschool room at p m Prayermeeting Wednesday night at Board meets Tuesday evening The public cordiallyinvited to attend PRESBYTERIAN OHUBCH Bov Wm Crowe jr the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 m Sundayschool at 980 a m A Prayermeeting Wednesday night Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor meets at 645 pm all these meetings the public Iscordially invited THE FREE OHAP ELf WEST SIDEPreaching every Sunday by some one of tho at 280 J t1iyprmeetng Thursday ovoni g at1il Nt- i l This way it will pay you to step in ands e what You will benefit yourself by in our If you are in need ofa Watch a Jewelry Cut Glass Clocks you must see our line We earnestly invite everyone who may visit tp call and inspect it as we believe it will be to your iutessfto do so f I I ofJesus CATHOLIC 75- iOfflofal CHRISTIAN evening weiare showing specting pieceof Silverware Toiletware Frankfort jrt CHRISTIAN SOUTHERN 780Young Rev J K P South will preach- at Antioch Church tomorrow Sun day morning at 11 oclock A protracted 7 will begin PresbyterianChurch Dr Tyler of Richmond will do the preaching Dr Tyler is known to many Frankfort people as an eloquent and earnest preacher and we predict a meeting of unusual interest Y M C A shouldhearC A tomorrow afternoon at 88C oclock His subject will be The Power of Influence Good music feature WANTED A wide awake lady or gentleman having a horse and vehicle Can make from 200 to 500 a day tak ing subscriptions for the best offeringhandsome tho money Can accept produce as pay See us quick IRA SHY Mgr of THE LANGDONOBEASE COM Grocery8lb THAT VERDICT The Jury in the case of James Howard accused of the murder of Wm Goebel rendered a verdict on Wednesday morning It found Howard guilty of murder and con demned him to death The verdict was a stunning sur prise to almost everybody The almost universal expression disgustt the less said tho better as silence shows the contempt which it deserved ELECTION COMMISSIONERS The StatevBoard of Election Commissioners have appointed Messrs Richard Morris BepublicanThos G Gainey Newman and F A Leo Democrats as the Election Commissioners for this county- ATTRACTIVE Messrs Saffell Son advertise In todays paper their new and elo gant fitock of staple andfancy groceries china and glassware to bacco and cigars wines and liquors Those gentlemen have done a business ever since they opened 1pI and they ask their friends all over this region through our paper to give them a call when In need of anything in their line They are polite and accommodating gentle menLOSTGreen purse containing money silver cull buttons and Norton Infirmary Class Pin Lib oral reward if returned to State National Bank or Elizabeth Robert son Harrisonvlllo Ky 8lt TBABUE WILL The will of Col S F J Trabue was admitted to probate in the Jefferson County Court on Wednes day last He leaves all of his es tate consisting of 1650 acres of land in Lee County t9 Ills daughter Miss Alice He loaves his four sons E F S F J Jr Willett C and Robert D Trabue 100 each Big bargains in everything good to oat at LangdonOreudey Co for merly Blue Grass Grocery Co 81t Directory of Benevolca Organizations JR o u A M Meets every Saturday at 8 oclock in north ball ot Odd Fellows Temple St Olair street Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend- F L GUTHBIB B S MASONIC Hiram Lodge No4 A Y M meets second and fourth Thursday nights in each month in Temple Ann M PbROWN Master BEN T FARMER Seoty Frankfort Royal Arch Chapter No 8 meets the first Thursday night in each month in Masonic Temple Ann street at 730FRANK W KEYES H P BEN T FARMER Seoty Frankfort Council No 5R i S M meets every fifth Thursday night in Masonic Temple Ann street at 730 M P BROWN M BEN T FARMER Recorder Frankfort 4 K T meets the third Thursday night in each month in Masonic Temple Ann street at 730 FRANK W KEYES E O HENRY F LIr D8EYBecorder I O O F Capital Lodge No6 meets every Monday night in Odd Fellows Tem ple St Olair street at 730 B G MOORE N G W S BOSOEN Seoty Frankfort Lodge No 28 meets every Tuesday night in north hall of Odd Fellows Temple at 780 B S GAINES N G EUGENE WOLFF Secty OrlentalEncmpmentNo10 meets second and fourth Thursday night in each month at 730 OKAS KEHR H P EUGENE WOLF Recorder IKNIGHTS MACCABEES Tent No 28 K 0 T M IOapital first and third Friday each month in the north half of Odd Fellows Ternplent 730 JOHN HIES D A 0 A NELSON K R KNIGHTS OF HONOR Frankfort Lodge No 10 Knights of Honor meets every second and fourth Friday night in north hall of Odd Fellows Temple lit 730 W BRIDGEFORD Die 0 A NELSON Recorder A o u w M Elkhorn Lodge No4 meets in north hall of Fellows Temple every Thursday night at 730 A w NAZOR M W JAB MoEwAN Recorder B P o ELKS Frankfort Lodge No 530 meets every Wednesday nights at 730 oclock In Odd Fellows Temple 00 REYNOLDS E R G L BARNES Seoretary Poisonous toadstools resembling mushrooms have caused frequent deaths this year Be sure to use only the genuine Observe the same care when you ask for Do Witts Witch Hazel Salve There are poisonous counterfeits De Witts is the only original Witch Hazel Salvo It is a safe and cer tain euro for piles and all skin dis eases South Longmoor W Mc Keo Hurdle The lack of energy you backache and a run down conditionI generally till mean kidney Foleys Kidney Cure your strength and Vigor by milking the kidneys well South Long moor McKee Hardle- WANTEDTwo reliable traveling salesmen in each State permanent position salary arid expenses ox porionco not absolutely essential Address Piedmont Tobacco Wdrks Greensboro N C 2Omlq rtb Plutlno photos 2 per dozen The latest style out Nazor above Ex press office 61tf Preveated A Tragedy Timely informatiqn given Mrs George Long of New Straltsville Ohio prevented a dreadful tragedy and saved two lives A frightful cough had long kept her awuke every night She had tried many UyIKings New Discovery One bottle wholly cured her and she writes this marvelous medicine also cured Mr Long of a severe attack of Pneu monia Such cures are positive proof of the matchless merit of this grand remedy for curing nil throat Behest and lung troubles Only 50c and 100 Every bottle guaranteed Trial bottles free at J W Gayles drug store If troubled with rheumatism give Chamberlains PainBalm a trial It will not cost you Ui cent if it does no good One application will relieve the pain It also cures sprains and bruises in onethird thetime required by any other treatment Cuts burns frostbites quinsy pains in the side and chest glandular and other swell ings are quickly cured by applying it Every bottle warranted Price 25 and 50 cents J W Gayle druggist For Sale A phonog aphlIn good condition is offered cheap Apply at this office tf Story of a Slave To be bound hand and foot for years by the chains of disease Is the worst form of slavery George D Williams of Manchester Mich tells how such a sin ve was made free He says My wife has been so helpelss for five years that she could not turn over In bed alone After using two bottles of Electric Bitters she Is won derfully Improved and able to do her own work This supreme remedy for female diseases quickly cures nervousness sleeplessness melan choly headache backache fainting and dJzz This miracle work ing medicine Is a godsend to weak sickly run down people Every bottle guaranteed Only r0 cents Sold by J W Gayle Druggist Dr R P Buckmaster Will be in his office in this city on Monday Wednesday and Friday of each Those desiring treat ment by Osteopathy should bear this in mindICALICO QUILT The premium calico quilt of the Street Fair was made by Miss Sallio Miller of Bridgeport this county more than thirty years ago It is a perfect beauty and exhibits great skill and taste in execution It is for sale and it would be a valuable addition to any ladys home TRIMBLE WINS PRELIMINARY FIGHT As was odJudge Gantrlll decided that South Democratic the nominee of the party for Congress iii this district and entitled to have his game gd under the Dompcratie emblem Mr Moody at once toot un appear to the Court pf Appeals f The ancients believed that rheu matism was tho work of a demon Iwithin a man Any one who has had an attack of sciatic or inflamma tory rheumatism will agree that the infliction is demoniac enough to 1 It has JPainf but it will cure rheumatism ana hundreds bear testimony to the truth of this statement One application l relieves the pain and this quiekret l J lief which it affords is alone worth I many times its cost For sale by J 4 t W Gayle druggist a A FOLLOWER OF MEASLES In rjmany instances a persistent cough follows an attack of measles In speaking of this Mr Walter B Beel editor of the ElklnN C Times says Three weeks ago I had an attack of measles which left me with a had cough I took several doses of NftheI consider Chamberlains medicines the best on the market For salerby J W Gayle druggist ij I+ ECZEMA ITCHING HUMORS PIMPLES h CURED BY B B B rIr JBottle Free to Sufferers tDoes your skin itch and burn Dig tJtreggin Eruptions on the feel seen in Do scabs or scales form com1mnyJIHair or Scalp Have you Skin Sore and Cracked ontheWkln Prickling Pain in the 4 bSvolJenf1EuUnsymptoms of ecxema and impurities 4iand poisons in the blood lnke n 1 B B Uotanleo Blood Balm nukes the blood pure and whichjB B will cause the sores to itching of eczema to stop forever the Ii skin to become dear and the breatb sweet B B B is just the retrtedy you have been looking for Thoroughly tested for 30 years UpndersIIof the ROUNDABOUT are advised to give H B Btit trial For sale by druggists tit SI per large bottle six bottles full treatment 5 Complete directions with each bottle So suf ferers tinny test It n trial bottle givenIaway Write for it Address BLOOD BALM CO 414 MltcheItSt Atlanta tjperdcJPulJEgTFor Halo by W McKoe Hurdle 48ly 2 CASTORIAFor Infants and Children Thi Kind You Havi Always Bout Bears the 1IA sliding window awning New and in good condition Apply at this office V lln FOR HLEJT 1 HETb i rTilEbeautiful location overlooking both the city and jKentucky river Brick house ot twMve rooms j All necessxrr outbuilding and ACRES OF LAND Will rent furnished Address t MRS WM B RODMAN itt Frankfort Ky i For Whooping Cough Both my children were token with whooping cough writes Mrs 0 E Dutton of Danville III A small bottle of Foleys Honey nrifl Tar gave such relief that I used a 50 J debt bottle which saved me n doctor g SouthI J I i 7 r tAFINE LOCOMOTIVE I The now Class uD Northwestern typo of locomotive which has just peen placed in service on the Over land Limited of the Chicago Northwestern Railway are intend ed to develop ul1ch greater power 4ind a rate of speed Jfamlliar typo of engine Heavier t equipment greater number of cars to a train and demands of bus Ihpss and sharp competition call u class of engine that com all essential features ft KV illyexceed the limit of weight i j wlllon is considered to be good attc practice on American railways and which it is believed these new possessuThe Northwestern type has what Is known as a trailing wheel which wi supports an outside bearing thus Helping largely to steady the on in running at high speed around curves and an experienced railroader will notice many other Striking innovations particularly In the boiler and cylinders J are perhaps the first thing will strike the eye as the oldtime steam chests have been entirely 4 abandoned and cylindrical or pie tm type of valves in LetterDelayed HAPPY JilDGE The formers are almost through i 111 Marshall and family wifetTiger the guests of their parents i andJatives on Benson Sunday Masters Willie and Houston and Misses Jonnie and Ella Duvall at- tendedi church at Bcthel Sunday lasts Mr John William Semones of Lexington is in our community this weeks Mrs Pinkie ClayvillageMessrsdaughter of Agnes and ton of Peytona also Mr Haskoll Black and sister Miss Linnis of Bridgeport spent Sunday with Mr Henry and family Miss Mary Loris Is visiting Mr Mitch Harrotl and family at Flat Greek just now r Mr WilliE Roberts and Miss Ethel Moore were out driving last Sunday morning Mr John DuyalL looked very lonely to J3ell point without Charley and tho kissing bug Mr Willie Gems and wife visited her parents Sunday Miss Agnes Browner was the de r lightful guest of Mrs Fannie Miles Sunday evening 0 Mr Jim Ed Brawner of Bridge port has purchased Mr John Penns farm at i Mr Willie Roberts says one of the name is the same so now we be hove he practices what he preaoh I ES as he was out driving with Miss Fannie Johnson Sunday evening The Misses Smith entertained a crowd on Sunday night last Music conducted by Messrs Jesse- Steger and Oscar Clark Mr Robert Spaulding called on Miss Mabel Richardson Sunday evening as usual Tho protracted meeting at Pleasant Ridge Tuesday night Rev Mr Adkins and Roy XiD Stuoker occupied the pulpit Pleased to see a largo crowd Mr Jesse Stoger called on Miss PearWJhism Sunday afternoon Mr Willie Moore who has boon yery ill Is able to be out again are glad to1 say r Take the Roundabout and got the tlatest PAPAS ONLY CHILD t Wu ing Willow and Wicker Cktiw IiIWick eieln oosa become soiled but they ekuM to lick like sea wIth Gold Diet Powder i sad warm waNr Use a scrubbing brush when followjiWathlro beds caw also be wished by this quIcklyIWoar EUL9 Ioa HODUWou- rkMfrnonre to COMPANYJ baton N sky iQiiiRII1Kf t J tho saddle portion of tho cylinder The valves take steam at the center and In order to obtain the best results from the method of steam distribution a novel nrrango mont of link motion has boon In troduced making an distribution of steam cylinders themselves are 20 inches in diameter by 20 Inches stroke and propelled by 200 pounds per square steam pressure ro volving the 80Inch driving to carry the at a high rate of with a relatively low num ber of revolutions The engine weighs In working 90000 pounds drivingIed between the wheels Tho tender carries 5200 gallons of water and 12 tons of coal which would bo ample for a run of 200 miles with a train of ton cars and it is expected a of 78 miles an hour on a stretch can be maintained or with an 8car train a of 80 or 90 miles an hour is considered entirely practicable With the wonderful possi bilities of speed and economy in operation the performance of new type of locomotive will be watched great Interest NARROW ESCAPE When leaving his office In one of the jikyscraping buildings of Chi cago Mr H C Mallory late of this city was one of a number of persons who were in the elevator when It fell from the fifth floor to the basement Every one of the passengers wore more or less In jured One of Mr Mallorys feet was mashed by the floor of the ele vator and his back hurt by a very large man falling on him We are glad to say that Mr Mallory is do ing as well as could be expected Recrister i Register If you wish to votd in November rogster at your voting place on Tuesday ot 2tl ZILPAH Health moderate Not many on the sick list Among them is Mr 1 N Wilborn who has boon ill with fever but is better Quite a number attended the Street Fair at Frankfort this week Among the visitors is Miss Willie Green of Scott county who is visiting her uncle Mr J B Moore and other relatives Mrs Agnes Clark of Hatton ac companied by her daughter Mrs Myrtle Young was the guest of Mr- O W Perkins and family Sunday Mr F J Perkins of Clayvillage was in our community this week businessMr Moore sold hits crop of wheat the past week Miss Iva Moore and Miss Millie Green were in Shelbyvilo this week shopping Mr J P Moore sold one of his mules the past week price 8000 He also a lot of hogs at top pricesMr Lewis Lee has the building and repairingof his house under way quite an improve mont Mr Levi Waits little who was very ill with typhoid fever we are glad to say is out again Mr J W Moore wife and daughter of Hatton wore the guests of Mr W B Moore and family Sunday IMh s Addle was the guest of Mrs Vlok Gordon her aunt of Chris tlansburg several days the past week CLOSE OBSERVER I Housework is hard work wittotitGoldDusf J Furniture Waiting exceptionally SPEAKING WEDNESDAY Hon John W Yerkes the Repub Moan candidate for Governor wil address the pooplp of Frankfort ancl Franklin county at the Open House on Wednesday October 8d at 2 oclock p m Everybody invited- CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE SOCIETY ARMY OF CUMBER LAND AT CHICAMATJGA The Army of the Cumberland will meet at Chattanooga October UllI1900 At the same time a meeting of the National Park Commission and various State Commissions will ho held and an inspection of this marvelous memorial to the herolsn of the Blue and tho Gray will bo made locations of tablets and monuments discussed and points of interest visited Mass meetings nnd meetings of the various societies attending will be held Every soldier of 18G3 or of 1808 should go to this memorable meet ing at Chicamauga Half rato round trip tickets be sold on Queen d Crescent route from Clri clnnati nnd North October 8th and 9th good to return October lath one fare round trip to W C Rlnearson G P A Cincinnati Ho will give you full particular and send you free printed matte- L ORSEY m D G Graduate in Veterinary Medicine and Surgery All diseases of domestic animals treated scientific principles Diseases of Hogs a Specialty OFF- ICETHOMPSON BROS JIVPRY STABLE MAIN STREET FRANKFORT ICYI Wholesale and Retailt opened up the largest stock of groc eries in the city which I will sell at rock bot tom prices Give me a call before buying 236 Ann St Powers Old Stand WeJe SCOTTOW FOR RENTMy house in South Frankfort eight rooms and kitchen water and gas G BARRETT 38 tf The First Ciaclaaati Pall Festival Sept 19th to 29th If you cant go to Paris cpme to the Paris of America One hundred thousand dollars have been set aside for the festivities ol the Cincinnati Fall Festival An Industrial Exposition will be the leading feature All the famous per manent exposition buildings wilIbe- occupied They cover over 100000 square feet of space and will be filled with new novel instructive and Interesting exhibits Cincinnati origi nated Industrial Expositions in the United States and the present one promises to be more attractive and novel than ever before 1WO la Gold Will be given for the best Float in the great and Manufacturers Parade A gorgeous Flower Parade the greatest spectacle ever witnessed in Cincinnati will be a feature of the festival The Plaza will cover both sides of the canal for many thousand feet filled with novel entertainments from nIl parts of the worlda new and modern Midway Plaisance In the Great Springer Music Hall One of the largest and most famous auditoriums in America spectacular allegory will be given with grand cast and gorgeous scenery New cos tumes and inspiring music The opening of the festival will be heralded by booming of cannon ringing of bells and the welcoming ceremonies in honor of the Harvest Queen whose royal barge will be met on its way down the Ohio and who will be escorted in great state to a grand reception at Springer Hull dielayboats The Zoo Coney Island unJ other Bummer resorts will have special pro grams A day will be set apart for the Trades Unions of the city and an other dny devoted to a Monster Athletic Carnival Cincinnati cordially invites her neighbors to participate in these festivities Low rate excursions will bean daily via Queen Crescent Route Mid other excursions for days upon which especially interesting portions of the vast program of fes- Ivities amusements take place t wINGHESTE FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS RlNewRiv 61 Leader anattepexter Insist upon having them take no others and you will get the best shells that money can buy ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM liiem t oL 9 v vV7v V v w z Z Z LV InHere Are Bargains 1 I per bles IIjjper set spokes 2Jc to 3c iron 1 c base per poundsteel 3o to 5c per pound stoneware 6c per gallon black oil lOc per gallon lubricating oil 25c per harness oil 45c per gal- f Ion cement per pound 75c lime 55c Spanish whiting per pound plaster per pound chalkc per pound V redidry lie per pound gray ochre IJc per pound yellow lc per pound white sand Ic per pound Milburu wagon j low wheel 2J innh tire at 4985 wheel barrows ochreI j 140 each cotton waste 3Jc per pound hemp packing r1 per pound plaster hair 20o per bushel Oliver plow j each baskets 25o hose reels 40c black and red roof paint y4oo per gallon tired wheels 150 each untired wheels 100 ry each binders twine 9c per pound buggy collars 75c buggy lines DOe backing straps 40c per pair buggy Names 95c two IV nice large heating stoves at bargains I I Entrance to Warehouse Alley Rear of Burned Store J Wl A Collins+ 4h A iiJ AflAo JluirtnnjruirutnjLrinnJinj Lannnnnnjf uinnnjuuajinrumnnnjtnnJUttin jti i YrryV1 1t The public in general is 4 cordially invited to visit my store during the Frankfort Free StreetAFair and inspect mammoth stock Jjthey buy or not myI f awanteverybody to and see us 11 i j t J I QEO llSTI3IILIN1FLRJMM7Liil1- lllVWVlIIMllttlVtNlMf rlriltJtlllllLttMMlVtftRMMMtrtr Q j Fr 1 j F mARcUm J MANUFACTURER OF AND DEALER UNtPOPLAR ASH AND WHITEi1 OAK LUMBER FRANKFORT SE TTCTCKy Would respoatfully inform the citizens ff Frankfort and FranklIn that we jwill sell thorn lumbur all Iclnds cheaper ttoan any ono also In the business1 Call end got our prlcos I MUm office east end of Second strt t Kenney Brothers old stand Sept 89lm J Dr R P Buckraaster will be in Versailes on Tuesdav Thursday and Saturday of each week His days in his office here will remain as now Monday Wednesday and Friday His patients should bear these dates in mind office hours from 9 a m to 5 pm and 7 to 9 pm 46tf TJennesso 1 weatherIshapeIwith no benefit until I was recom KidneyCureino South Longlnoor McKeaHardie j STRtiNGCARr Eiit ICDttpANi5 fJ KDRRECTQ 150 to 500 tI 7 J t cIU It Stilts 55 to 325 Overcoats S5 to 525 rC uNAKI TO HELP GALVESTON S Galveston Tea Sopt 18 1000 Dear sir I At the time pf the storm Septeir ber 8th we had In press a very handKQinu publication entitled If Pipfirosquf Galveston It is n bookof somotMns otvra hundred pages printed on SOpound coated paper filleJ with vlewa of this one of the most beautiful cities in Ithe xvoilrl It wasto live been is feued this week by the business v then of Galveston s a souvenir ad vertisement of the city We find that possibly onehalf of the odl tion can be suvedaiicl fire now binding those copies and will havo thorn iready foV dplivery very shortly We have tendered the profits Of this pulbication to the Galveston Relief Committee and winder theirI I auspices the book will he vthe general public at 200 a vol unie The book is one of the hand i sourest things that hits ever come from the printing press nnd is tt y souvenir of Galveston of the day H before the storm As jv record of W tit the City was and as a prophecy of what tho city will be lI when restored this volume is well Worth the money as it is the only t thing of record in that line Be sides purchasers will have the sat Isfaction of knowing that they are contributing to the relief of thou sands who were left homeless and destitute by the hurricane We hog to request that you will a once In your columns advertise 1 this volume and receive orders for the book forwarding the same to us with the money at 2 a volume r We feel that we may appeal to you fraternal spirit and that you can safely guarantee to purchasers V full value for their money We will be able to save perhaps BOO or 4000 volumes Of course the first orders received will be the flrfcfc orders filled Orders received after the edition Is exhausted will be returned with the May I not cashIU on behalf of gthis little enterprise In your colI OUR IAEi RECEPTION andOpeningus with a call We do notinvite you to our opening to sell you goods not at all For the past few months we have boen searching the best markets for choice things in rXY7ao4eeR7f nrn tar teaeryIN j TY C1othill Siloes Hats allU Golfs Fllrlli ni 83 I lr IJdepartmentDuring our business experience in Frankfort of more than 25 years we have endeav ored every man woman fairly and we feel confident that this invitation will be cordially received and accepted by everyone The freedom of the store is yours and the display of new fall gbocls iu Wens Boys andHatspared something in thevay of entertainment to make your visit a pleasant one Remember This is the Date of Frankforts Great Tree Street Fair I a We Shall Be Disappointed if We BMG Not See You = a i DC CRUTCHER CO LFrankfQj Ky Branch Store Huntingfccn W Val umns For yourself alone you will find the book a satisfaptoryinvest nvont Possibly you can get your business organizations to take a few copies and certainly many people of artistic taste in your city will bo glad to have a volume I cum assure you upon honor that they will not be disappointed Address all orders alecks payable to the GnlvestonI Tribune Begging your earlyat tention I am Yours vory truly CLAJIENCE OrSJEY Editor Galveston Tribune Approved on behalf of THE GALVESTON RELIEF COMMITTEE W A McVITIE Chairman Register Register If you wish to vote in November register at your voting place on Tuesday next Dot 2d NEW PAPER We fire in receipt of a copy of new paper published itt Greenville in Muhlenburg county bylfr D A Powers It is nainedthe Re publican It is neatly gotton up and bids fair tq be a success Wo wish our new brother abundant prosperity RALLY DAY FIRST PRESBY TERIAN CHURCH The General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church has set apart tomorrow Sunday September 80 samejPergbyterian Church of this city It is earnestly desired that every member of the church every Sun dayschool teacher and scholar will be in attendance at the service at 11 oclock a UK and that the Sundayschool scholars and teachers will be in their room at 945 In CoreIwhat you eat v IN MEMORIAM GodMrs8011othighersphere inMangle butfoolBesoiyoti That in her long and exampleand unfaltering faith that we should to imitate to the end thatwe shaH be moue certain of the re ward that Is sure to Come to those whose lives are such as hors rasolutionsshall thmbeceased SALLY JACKSON T Sogi-etyryFirstPresbyterian RISING YOUNG WRITERS OF POETRY Among youngor Kentucky writers whose work is being widely recog nized by Eastern periodicals are Howard H Farmer of Frankfort gRicorison Conrad formerly of Ludlow atIfuller recognition from their people than they are now receiving REGISTER Register If you registeratnext October 2d CAPS DAVID o MITCHELL KILLED By dispatches from Manila it is learned that Capt David Mitchell 15th U S Infantry was killed in a fight with the Insurgents recently Oaptf Mitchell married Miss Hon rietta Scott daughter of the Jute Col Bobfc W Scott of this county and Ills wife nnd daughter survive him They are at present In Buf falo N Y r S StaItt- Oyler Crk the 100 TO 500 k iIt J I SUIT to 25 i OVERCOATS to 25QOl 1D TAYtOR WHISKEY r BOTTLED IN BOND WHISKEYS IS THE lfreoos LY GUARANTEED AS THE CGIH OF THE REALM REP IS WRITE E H TAYLOR JR SONS D18TILLEP8 FRANKFORT KY WANTED Honest reliable men with or without experience wanted to travel in oath State and expenses For particulars address Peerless Tobacco Works Bedford City Virginia 8lm CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears Signature of t I t j 509 500 kt i I Ktit 1 1h I SEEY f TR lf fff I 1f f t ia LtSEE + r r cif iris il ir liT k- SEE IIOWTO t r 1V ilItP A KtihVml n month with a frightful running sure on his iletiybpt writes that Bugklens Arnica Salve cured it in ten Only2icdPlinl f The best cabinet photos Iwr inKin t Na oiB Studio abqv Ex t press office 51if oA IS J0ate x A tt itBears BJgnturo of BataBought JJl 1 J7 ji r f 1r tit