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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r The M 1 Feamfoet Eounbabout A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS vj GEO A LEWIS Publisher 100 In Advance NO YOL XVI FRANKFOKT KY SATURDAY JULY s 1893 44 i53lSPlS GyHvMUZ Aid OimcifSurgery i DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY a PnfturifAMomtotSiritryGbtttlricsitdlfotiTiitfWsmin ttmtfx PnfiuriffliffmtMdChvNf Matt Memr tfSurjerf ww f Will translate the mean- Â¬ ing of the Initials Ad Â¬ vertised last week ffl USA fl0Mt Oct 26th I bought 92 a number of samples of the prin- Â¬ cipal brands of baking powders sold in the city of Louisville and subjected each sample to a close analysis My analyses show that of all the powders tested the Royal is the richest and purest yielding the largest amount of at various stores which are as follows Prices 1 v e Prices ell And Everybody j ells AND 1 A leavening gas alum The Royal contains neither lime ammonia nor WeTake t zx - lttleprontslnnurTrade v i Hence a can of Royal will raise a greater quantity of flour and make purer food than any other baking powder Which is th only true way of Success We have found it so in our dealings for the last 20 years and everybody that will find our way of doing business will agree with us that we carry the largest line of Notions A pure grape cream of Al tartar baking powder Fancy Goods Novelties and Staple Dry Goods x i s jr -- N ceased was bequeathed to his son and partner in the business James IPhroe Wills Admitted to Probate M Saffell who in consideration thereof is required to pay within two the County Judge oa years without interest to the testaMonday tors other son William and daugh Â¬ ter Agnes Sneed and granddaughter The wills of Thomas Former Fanny S Gray each 1000 James Saffell and John H Smith of The obligations of the firm of this county were admitted to proT J M Saffell are tobe paid out of Jthe buto in the county count on Mondayi proceeds of the whiskies owned by Mr Smith in his will dated May 2 it and one half of the balance J M 1893 and naming his wife as execu Saffell is to retain as the half part Â¬ trix bequeaths to his wife Margaret ner and other half to go to the Smith all his real and personal estate the rest of the estate not The property the former during her life beE T disposed of is to be distributed and the latter in fee simple tween James M and Wm Saffell Thurmond 0 M Brawner and N B Smith were the witnesses to the Agnes Sneed aud Fannie S Gray The testator states in the will that as instrument Mr Parmers will was written his son James M Saffell helped him Maroh 29 1884 and designated his to pay a debt of over 30000 for whioh he became involved several son Oscar Parmer as the executor To his wife Fannie EParmer the i years since he has made him heir to testator gives during her life the the largest portion of his estate dividends on one hundred shares of W H Averill and George C Drane took in the Farmers Bank of Ken are the witnesses tucky and at her death the stook is On Trial io revert to his son Oscar Farmer and his daughter Mrs Mary E CurÂ¬ Thats a good way to buy a medi- Â¬ cine rent to be equally divided between underbut is a pretty hard condition which Perhaps The wife is also given abso- youve noticed to sell it them that the ordinary hit lute a house of her own choosing or miss medicine doesnt attempt it The only remedy of its kind so re Â¬ the buggy and horse furniture car markable in its effects that it can be pets and piotures in the family room this plan is Dr A servant Lou Washington is set sold on Medical Discovery Pierces Golden As a down for a legacy of 100 All the blood cleanser strength restorer and balance of the estate real personal flesh builder there is nothing like it science and mixed is bequeathed to his known to medical fault is in In every disease where the son Oscar Farmer and daughter or the blood as dyspepsia the liverÂ¬ indigesMrs Current A provision of the tion biliousness and the most stub- Â¬ will directs that the farm be sold and born Bkin scalp and scrofulous affoo guaranteed in case the proceeds be equally divided be Â¬ tions it is or oure or you every your to benefit have tween the son and daughter the money baok latters share of the estate passing W after her death to her ohildren To every sufferer from Catarrh no Grant Green are the matter how bad tho case or of how Franklin and witnesses to the will and H H Wat long standing tho proprietors of Dr If son and Frank Ohinn to a oodioil Sagos Catarrh Remedy say this per Â¬ we cant euro it porfeotly and dated Maroh 5 1892 further expla Â¬ manently well pay you 500 in cash natory of the provisions relating to Sold by all druggists DISPOSITION OP PROPERTY iy Â¬ Â¬ 1 the daughter Mrs Current Our of vohiolos was Mr Saffells will is dated February largo stookgrades all prices never bo All Noth 8 1893 and his son James M Snffoll ing sold that is not fully guaranteed Got our prices before buying was appointed oxooutor 37 tf Mabtin Bros Orio half interest in the proporty Â¬ known as Cedar Run distillery to gothorwlth all the buildings ma Â¬ Buys a No 1 or 2 Rambler with chinery and equipments thoroto non slipping oorrugatad tires fully connected and belonging io the de warranted Kooercs agono 120 And sell them cheaper than you New can buy them elsewhere rate with the growing taste and re goods Received Daily THE NEW BRIDGE quirments of the citizens until such Contract Closed This Week With a transformation has taken place as the King Bridge Co of Cleve- Â¬ will leave no room to doubt that the little Capital City is a gem in the land O setting of her hills unsurpassed in BROS The contract for the new iron the State in the beauty of her new structure that is to span the Ken- design and finish MAIN STREET NEAR STATE NA- Â¬ tucky river at St Clair street has at TIONAL BANK Elder S S Beaver McAllister last been awarded to the King Bridge ville Juniatta Co Pa of says his wife Co of Cleveland Ohio is subject to cramp in the stomach The joint council and county court Last summer she tried Chamberlains Of the Condition ot the Colic Cholera committee last week had sifted the for ic and wasand Diarrhoea Remedy pleased with of sixty bids down to a choice among the speedy reliefmuoh afforded She Deposit it three and on Monday by a vote of has since used it whenever necessary At Close of Business For six to two it was agreed to give the and found that it never fails 3O05TH 30 1QS3 contract to the Groton Bridge Co of sale by J W Gayle ASSETS New York for 50000 if the com- Â¬ For Sale A good rookawaw horse Loans 256847 43 pany would perfect their plans in Gentle and suitable for family use Cash and Discounts 32370 10 9238 91 Due from J N Miles Furniture Banks certain particulars to answer the 900 00 mm 3 81 Protest objection of Engineer J P Nelson 1812 78 KealEstate Over tho Dashboard 301179 03 to whom the matter was referred with instructions to make a oloser Judge W H Sneed was driving 77400 00 comparison and estimate with the home to dinner Saturday afternoon CapltalStock 33023 22 Surplus other twp bids and report at a subse Â¬ in his buggy and when near the cor-Â¬ Old Dividends 273 00 2322 00 quent meeting of the committee ner of St Clair and Wapping streets Dividend No 60 3 per ct 600 00 Expense contingent 162000 94 The report at a meeting held Wed Â¬ his horse stumbted and in the effort Individual Depositors 1000 00 nesday afternoon not being favor to hold him up with the linos the Iuterest and Discount 3 259 H7 Tax able to the Groton Co and Mr Judge was jerked over the dash- Â¬ Notesand Bills Rediscount- - 2140000 ed 301179 03 Nelson insisting that the plan of the board and fell on his side in the King Co was superior to tho others street and was dragged a little dis- Â¬ Net earnings for six months ending 7193 91 June 30 1893 and was really the lowest and best tance before the horse was stopped Applied as follows bid the contract was accordingly His hip was pretty badly bruised and 00 60 2322 Dividend No Expense contingent 250 00 awarded to that company for 62500 he felt very sore the next day but 1000 00 Interest and Discount 2226 91 To Surplus by a unanimous vote of the commit Â¬ was able to get out to Ohuroh as Tax 140000 tee and the written agreements usual 7198 91 ordered to be prepared and signed at H H WATSON Cashier once The plans call for a hand Sworn and subscribed to before me this 1st axeay Taken day of July 1893 somo bridge of a single span of 400 ulok headache U Kkknon Notary Publio bilious headache Correct Attest feet having a roadway of 24 feet in dizziness constl- J I3UFOIU llKNDIUOK width and a walkway on each side of Vlco President July8 2t indiges on bilious atÂ¬ A dividend of three 3 per cent will be paid six feet All the present piers will tacks and all de to stockholders ot the Depoilt Bank of Frank be torn away and the new struoture rangements of fort Wednesday July 6 189a will rest on two new piers one on the liver stomach and bowels BUST U QDlUTt but the HOST IS qiMHTltl eaoh sido of the river in locations smallest thingsIts a large contractbusiness in the world do the about twenty flvo feet from the Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets Theyre th ft ssi fa 13 M SB BE SSBE 3BBJ BE JB BH Thoy banks Work will begin immediate Â¬ smallest but the most effective cleanse go to work in the right way They and Bk HVBBBTH V ly and be oonoluded by November renovate the system thoroughly but tber do it mildly and gently You reel the good they Â¬ let without inconvonienoing pedes do but you dont feel them doing it As trians who will cross during the Lirer Pill theyre unequaled Bugar coateda progress of tho work on the old easy to take and put up in vials and her 0REAM bridgo which will bo UBod as false metically sealed and thus always fresh and reliable A perfect vest pocket remedy in small work to aid in the Bpeedy completion vials and only one necessary for a laxative of tho now bridgo The build- Â¬ or three for a cathartic Theyre tho cheapest pill you can buy be Â¬ ing of this bridge will mark an YEARS FOR cause theyre guaranteed to epoch in tho history of Frankfort or your money is returned give satisfaction Has lod all Worm Remedies pay for the It will bo an ornament that will You only ask more good yon get EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED Can you create a desire for further publio and Thats the peculiar plan all Dr Pierces SOLD EVERYWHERE rwjtrJIfcyKKJUMSOJrmOBMIB CO 8TLQC1S privato improvements commensu medicines are sold on through druggists iqrsT H i m a 3 i Â¬ Ji STATEMENT 1 - mt Mori V 1 71 v J r it m A Â¬ 4 n Â¬ WIIH mill WiHTES 20 lUilTW H3 W Y IM1E0JE 2 1 Grand Chance For a Home on Easy Terms INVESTMENT AND BUILDING ASSOCIATION SEJDB PISIOES X3ST PLOT BELOW ONE BLOCK FROM STREET RAILWAY OPPOSITE F M J irvw - V1 I v IWlf s1tiw ii 1 w ffl 2 s -- f STREET j I Jr iijfJJ Ml 7rtesv r f200 t 7 s w j -- - - J 3 A- - 5 k A3 ill 1 SW JJH a is 100 lO 11 1889 4 Vs a 15 i 75 75 100 SK 100 tv K W 50 50 200 10 19075 50 50 a 4076 111 i c 4 I 48 40 40 40 48 H A i i jt 8 2 tfl 8 House 5 Booms on this lot 8 S - it jJ W A u- m AA t I -- t 5 1 s el 3 S 4 200 3 8 s- - 9 a T J i 500 400 200 240 500 1000 760 625 40- - 40 40 48 90 50 50 60 fO JSV VESSMLLE S ZFOIES TlffiNPlKE m V L OLAKK rrEJBHSFAYETTE O-A-X-iXj HEWITT Manager 03ST ISext door to State National Bank returned Williams Mary Page and Annie Hall Rogers Secretary The Foeble Mindod Institute- Under the provisions of the new act in regard to the charitable insti tutions of the State the Feeble Minded Institute of this city will be converted into a lunatic asylum for Â¬ 43 4t PEESONAL to LexinRton Monday Mrs A Hollenknmp returned home Mr E H Taylor jr left Tuesday morning for Atlanta Ga Mies Willana Smith of Louisville is visiting Miss May Morris Mr Wm Freeman is homo from a A two weeks viBit to Chicago Mr M Sullivan has returned from a visit to relatives in Kansas Mr and Mrs Sam D Johnson will go to the Worlds Fair to day Mrs D Merritt of Tennessee is visiting her mother in this city Mr and MrsWL Collins are homo from a trip to the Worlds Fair Mrs T M Turher left Wednesday for a visit to relatives in Virginia is visiting Miss Cordelia Lindsey Mrs Lou Cannon of Louisville is visiting her niee Mrs U Keenon Mr Tom Green of Louisville spent Tuesday with his parents in this city Miss Mary Ely loft last week for North Carolina to spend some time Mrs W H Van Winkle is home from a visit to her sister in Nicholas ville Mr and Mrs J G McLean returned Tuesday from a trip to Chi Â¬ cago Mrs Emily Heiatt of Shelbyvillo visited her son Mr B L Heiatt this week Judge and Mrs W H Sneed were in Louisville this week visiting rela- Â¬ tives Mrs Cattie Callahan loft Monday for a months visit to Paris and Lex Â¬ ington Miss Nellie Fellmer went to Louisville Monday for a brief visit to friends Mr J G Dudley was in Chicago this week visiting his sister and Â¬ Â¬ Miss Nellie McKenzie of Colorado brother friends spent Wednesday in this city with Mies Hallie B Todd of Louisville Miss Rose Crittenden will leave for Owensboro to day to visit Miss Genso Brashears W B Moody Esq editor of the Henry County Local was in the city Thursday Hon John M Tinsley and wife re turned to their homo in Barbourvillo Wednesday Mrs O R Orutchor is in George Â¬ town visiting her sister Mrs Dan Henderson Miss Mabel Orutoher was in Alton this week visiting her aunt Mrs T D Herndon Mrs Robert Jillson returned homo yesterday from a visit to her parents n Cincinnati Mrs John Grlflln after a visit to her mother in Louisville returned home Saturday accompanied by Mrs Charles J Cronan who was her guest this week Miss Ellen Trimble of Mt Sterling is the guest of Mrs J G Swango on the South Side Miss Annie Reed of Louisville ar rived Saturday to visit her cousin MiBS Kate Green Miss Ophelia Tbomasson visited Miss Lillie May Stone at Stamping Ground this week Mr and Mrs Morris Power of Lexington are visiting the latters mother in this city Mrs John E Miles and daughter returned home yesterday from a trip to the Worlds Fair Mrs and Mrs J A Cain of Ver- Â¬ sailles were here the first of the week visiting friends Mr Ben Bartholomew and wife of Louisville visited Mr and Mrs W S Saffell on the Fourth Mr John Heller and family of Louisville were here the first of the week visiting friends Miss Anna May Stephens is visiting her brother Mr Robert Stephens in New Albany Indiana Mrs O Herancourt and grand- Â¬ daughter Miss Flora Wolfe went to Columbus Ohio Sunday Mr Willard R Hameline and wife of Mt Sterling are visiting the fami ly or Mr James ieariage Mr George Berberich of Cincin nati was hero on the Fouth visiting his father Mr V Berberioh Miss Lillie May Stone after a visit to Miss Pattie Thoraasson returned to Stamping Ground Saturday Mrs George L Willis is here from Chicago on a visit to her parents Major and Mrs Henry T Stanton Mrs H K Brawner and daughters Misses Agnes and Clara went to Owen county Thursday to visit relatives Mrs Victoria Norwood who has been visiting friends in this city has returned to her home in Louisville Misses Maria and Isabel Lindsey have gone to Ashville North Caro Â¬ lina for a sojourn of several weeks Mr Rufus S Dinkle ofthls city Â¬ Â¬ practice of law Dr and Mrs Blanton from Cincin Â¬ nati wore here on the Fourth visit Â¬ ing Mr and Mrs Henry F Duncan Miss Sadie Orutoher went to Nioholasville Saturday to visit her oousin George L Orutoher and wife Mrs F A Lyons and daughter Miss Anna of Louisville spent several days with friends in this city this week Mr and Mrs Web Gazlay of Louis- Â¬ ville were in the city this week to spend tho Fourth with Mrs Gazlays Left2SefiSfe he will fe1 mother Gaines Mrs M Margaret A Lewis Pattie J Gaines Misses Jennie Todd Crutcher Minus Wil from liaras and Sam Whitehead enjoyed Chicago the Fourth at a picnic on Elkhorn Misses Nettie Davidson and Maud near Peaks Mill Wyman of Lagrange are the guests Mr Hugh Ayres of Louisville who of Mr S N Davidsons family on the has been visiting Mrs Geo W Dan-Â¬ iel in this city returned home Wed- Â¬ ttoutn Bide Dr Waller O Green of Louisville nesday accompanied bv Miss Louisa was in the city Tuesday and Wednes- Â¬ Daniel who will be her guest for day visiting his parents Mr and Mrs several weeks Mrs Mary S Hendrick Mrs Chap- Â¬ Grant Green Mr and Mrs Phythian Saffell and man Coleman Miss Sarah Broorafleld baby Frances Taylor are sojourning Mr J Buford Hendrick wife and with relatives in Shelby coanty fdr a two children and two nurses leave next week for Waukeshaw Wisconsin couple of weeks Mrs Eliza Long and daughter to spend the Heated term Col R P Pepper and family ac- Â¬ Miss Emma after a visit to Mr B L family rdturned home to companied by Miss Christine Rey Â¬ Hiatts nolds went to Chicago Saturday Bagdad this week where they will remain a month or Mrs John M Todd of Louisville who visited Mrs James Graham this more in a house rented for the occa- Â¬ week went to Woodford county Wed Â¬ sion of their visit to the Worlds Fair Mr Clifford Berryraan who has nesday to visit relatives Mies Bettie Grant of Louisville and held a position in the Patent Office at Washington D 0 Mr Thos M Porter and wife of years was married for the past seven in that city Wed- Â¬ Covington are visiting Miss Annie nesday night and arrived with his city Herndon near this bride yesterday to visit his brother Miss Olla B Settles of this county Mr O M Berryman and sisters Mrs has gone to Lexington to attend the W H Posey and Miss Mollie Berry- Chautauqua after which she will man visit relatives in Cynthiana Mrs H E Thomas of Philadel Matrimonial phia who has been visiting her sister Mrs J N Crutcher in Belle Oldham Bryant John W Old- Â¬ point left Monday for Louisville ham and Annie Bryant a couple Mrs John Meagher and Mrs Ed Â¬ ward Meagher went to Louisville from Owen county came to the city Monday where Mrs Ed Meagher Wednesday and procured a marriage will undergo treatment for her ail- Â¬ license and tho services of County ments Judge Williams who pronounced Mr Ben Poindexter formerly of them husband and wife Stamping Ground but now County annouce Clerk of Hancock county was in the city Monday shaking hands with old ment was made Sunday that Nathan friends ial Mason and Emma P McDonald Mr John O Cromwell and wife of Joliott Illinois who have been visit-- of this city had eloped to Jefferson ing his father Mr A W Oromwflll I ville Saturday and were married in near this city left Monday afternoon that city by Magistrate Hauso lor nome Whon Traveling Mr Lucian F Williams and wife of j Cincinnati Ohio who have been vis Â¬ iting friends in this city returned Whether on pleasure bent or busi Â¬ home Monday accompanied by Miss ness take on every trip a bottle of Anna P Ledridge Syrup of Figs as it acts most pleas Â¬ X h T Rfl n Tun AfrB vavlll 0ity Monday to onto antly and effectually on tho kidneys upon duties of the oce in the liver and bowels preventing fevers Treasury Department to which she headaches and other forms of slok was appointed Saturday ness For sale in 50c and 1 bottles Mr Thos F Humphries and wife by all leading druggists Manu Â¬ went to Syraquse New York Thurs Â¬ day Their daughter Miss Mima ac- Â¬ factured by the California Fig Syrup companied them as far as Dayton Co only Ohio where she will make a visit to Saratoga Saloon just opened with friends the best brands of wines and liquors Mr J N Miles wife and sons a fine lunch always Franklin and Norman returned Wed Â¬ of all kinds andevery day ou hand Soup nesday from Chicago Franklin has 44 tf Jake Ahler Propr been employed at the Worlds Fair for several months but has given up Tho Saratoga Saloon just opened his position at 217 St Clair street has tho finest A party composod of Misses Sue and best liquors and is fitted up in Kavanauch Tillie Branoh Mattle tho latest style Jake Aiilek Jones Lizzio Pence and Messrs Earl j 4 tr Proprietor Thursday morning MA80N-McDoNALD--T- he females as well as a sohool for feeble- Â¬ minded children There will bo 200 of the harmless insane females con- Â¬ fined in tho buildings and the term for which feeble minded ohildrea may obtain the advantages of the school has been limited to five years after which they must be returned to their homes or the counties from which they were sent It has been stated in the papers that radical changes may be expected in the management of the institution as soon as the bill goes into effect but Tho this is probably an error appointment by the Governor of a superintendent and other officers as required in other lunatio asylums will probably not be made until the expiration of Dr J Q A Sto warts term when it has been hinted on the Square the office will go to Dr John Young Brown Jr son of the Gover- Â¬ nor and the present Assistant Physi Â¬ cian at the Asylum at Anchorage Dr Stewart has been a model officer and his long experience in the care and training of feeble minded chil- Â¬ dren will not suffer in the tide of his success for the evidences of a proper appreciation by the people It is said no will open a private insti- Â¬ tute hero and has abundant assur Â¬ ances that he will have all the patronage he will bo ablo to provide for - Births July 0 Cox In Bellepoint on Thursday 1803 to Mr John Cox jr and wife a son weight 8 pounds Olliver Tuesday to the wife of Charles Olliver a boy wng Every Farmers Benefit To call and Bee Jake Ahler at his new quarters tho Saratoga Saloon Finest wines brandies and whiskies to be had anywhere Also burgoo and fine 44 tf lunch every county court day m i Shilolis Vltallzor is what you need for Dyspepsia Torpid Liver Yellow Skin or Kidney Trouble It is guarÂ¬ anteed to give you satisfaction Prico 75o Sold by W MoKeo Hardle 22 you feel weak and all worn out take If BROWNS IRON BITTERS V r -- i 1 4 Dont xation Ruin Your Eyes fi Â¬ By allowing Incompetent self styled sclentinc Opticians and peddlers lit them The optician Diamonds Watches Jewelry Clocks Rogers Knives Forks and Spoons Silver Inlaid Spoons JrtS Fr Base Ball Â¬ should graduate and hare his diploma of qual -- a S cvfe i Solid 4 Eyes examined with the Oculists Test Case and the modern Improved scientific Instruments IV frames Acsurately Fitted to the Face Should Four head ache eyes burn or water eight blur and your glasses dont suit come and Gold Satisfaction guaranteed consult me glasses a specialty E O ZEHAGEN street Frankfort July 21 and 25 Graduate Optician at M A Silverand Silver Plated dlatfe 5a Ky Monday Selberts St Clair and Tuesday l T i Jr-ErlT- Teweler ENS CARRIAGES 9h 1 I m s f and Reeder at second the least said of the field play of the balance of the The Rudolph Bauers a Louis- team the better The attendance was Ounce and a Half of Chloro An ville Club which has played here nearly 700 form Causes the Death of twice before this season defeating Following is the score the home club the first time and the CHABLES OLLIVER KlUNKFORT ab b In qn PO A K second game resulting in a fourteen Llndsey H lb 5 1 0 0 14 0 Wintersmith ss 5 1 2 0 Charles Olliver a married man inning tie by the score of 2 to 2 play- Â¬ Davis c 12 5 0 0 2 0 having a large family dependent up Â¬ ed two games here on the Fourth McFarland A D p 5 1 0 1 LIndsoy W 3b 4 2 0 3 6 on him took an ounce and a half of each club winning a game Barrett F If 2 2 0 1 0 H lie cf 4 0 0 0 0 As soon chloroform Monday night THE MORNING GAME 1 4 McFarland H If 0 0 0 0 no naa 4 0 0 2 0 as it was qiscoveroa tnac The morning game was played in Reeder 2b swallowed the deadly drug Dra the presence of a crowd of nearly 500 S3 Totals 8 10 0 24 16 10 Williams and Reynolds wore sum and was rather one sided after the Rudolph fc sh po a k mond and by prompt and unremit Â¬ fourth inning when the home boys Ruth ss and IfBauers ab r1 Ib10 5 4 2 1 Fortch L 0 5 2 1 ting services for hours succeeded in scored eight runs four of them earn- Â¬ Selgel lb c 3 2 1 0 10 0 1 1 Cavanaugb 4 1 0 3 1 1 relieving him to some extent It ed The visitors made a desperate Corbett 2b 3d 4 2 0 0 4 3 0 was thought for a while they had effort to catch up but although they Mitchell cf 4 2 0 0 0 0 1 saved his life but ho died at 4 oclock had men on bases in nearly every in- Â¬ Fortch M rfp and ss 3 0 1 0 0 0 1 Langswnrth 3 10 0 3 2 1 4 0 1 0 0 3 1 yesterday morning It was at first ning they could not hit the ball Montz If and p supposed that he had taken the drug 31 11 6 0 27 14 7 when hits meant runs and nearly all Totals with suicidal intent as he had be INNINGS 8 0 T scores wore gifts from some of come despondent at not being able to their Frankfort 11 obtain work at his trade that of a the home players Henry LindseysÂ¬ Rudolph Bauers 1 carpenter and had been drinking of first base play was the most noteRuns Frankfort 2 Earned Jate but he stated to Dr Reynolds worthy feature of the game as he Two Base Hit McFarland A D Home when conscious that it had been Baved the error column from being Stolen Runs Wintersmith 3 Bases Frankfort much larger than it was by scooping recommended to him as a remedy for in several wild throws Nick Reeder offBase on Balls5 Oft Langswortb 2 off Montz 3 dysentery from which he had been McFarland Hit by Pitched Ball Mitchell suffering and that he took it for the of Louisville formerly of the Owens -game Struck Out By Langsworth 2 Montz 2 McÂ¬ purpose of relieving pain without boros pitched this score Farland 4 Following is the knowing its deadly effect Passed Balls Davis 2 Forcht 1 Time of Game 2 hours and 10 minutes He leaves a wife who isla daughter Frankfort ab r Ib sn po a e 6 1 1 0 16 0 0 Umpires Mossrs Richardson and Keenan of the late L W Qlore and seven Llndsey Hlbss 1 1 WIntersmith 0 3 4 1 5 1 c 1 o 4 0 0 small children the youngebfc only DivK 3ichiiriana a zb A Great Benefactoi Llndsey W 3b four days old to mourn his loss 4 Barrett If 2 0 0 0 Olliver was a member of the Hale cf 1 4 Educators aro certainly tho 10 1 greatest bervofaotors of the rnoo and McFarland 3 2 2 0 0 0 0 Knights of Honor and his family will Reeder p H rf 3 1 2 0 12 0 after reading Dr Franklin Miles receive two thousand dollars from Totals 37 10 10 0 26 11 6 popular works we cannot help deÂ¬ sthat organization which is very claring him to be among the most Rudolph fortunate as he had accumulated Cavanaugb 3bBauers ab5 r Ib sn0 po a0 e1 entertaining and educating of auÂ¬ 13 5 New York Daily He is not nothing He was raided near Wood uoroeir 20 thors 4 12 0 4 5 1 Selgel lb 4 2 10 60 10 a stranger to our readers our columnsÂ¬ 11 vertisements appear in as his ad lake in this county and came to this Ruth p 6 0 10 Montz If 4 0 2 0 0 0 1 city with the late H L Watkins Forcht M rf in every issue calling attention to 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 LangsworthSB some fifteen years ago 4 10 0 6 3 1 tho fact that this elegant work on Forcht 4 3 0 0 Nervous and Heart Disease is dis Â¬ Coroner Dehoney held an inquest Mitchell Ccf c 4 0 10 3 0 0 tributed free by our enterprising upon the body yesterday morning and Totals 59 6 11 0 27 10 5 druggist J W Gayle Trial bottle the jury returned a verdiot that of Dr Miles Nervine aro given away Cavanaugh out for failure to touch second Olliver came to his death by an ovor boso also a book of testimonials showing that it is tmoqualled for nervous dose of chloroform administered by Innings 9 T prostration headache poor memory Frankfort lhis own band 010 aisxiness sleeplessness neuralgia Rudolph Bauers 3 hysteria fits epilepsy 2 m RETURNED HOME Earned Runs Frankfort 4 Rudolph Bauers TOOK AH OVERDOSE G CHI hM GfflO OF- - HI rfl 230 HANDSOME 1234567 0400310008 0503002 PATTEBIB -- 41101 40000 SON R ROGERS EXD POT77 tit ZDZB XO W PRICES XjEIR M STOVES AND TINWARE 236 ANN STREET h Alaska Charcoal 56 41 Filled Refrigerators 99 AJ 1 v M 110 i jkssojLiir 3E 12345678 11080000 001000206 5 2 Millinery The Erring Wife of F E Lewis of this City Pound at Madi- Â¬ son Ind Two Base Hits McFarland H Selgel Ruth and Mitchell Stolen Bases 3 Frankfort 3 Rudolph Bauers U H ll The afternoon game was the poor- Â¬ est of the season although the fre- Â¬ quent alternations of the teams in the lead gave it considerable exoito ment The visitors could not hit Mc Farland to any extent but the lat-ters wildnoss aided them materially especially in the first inning The home boys won the game in the second and then proceeded to give it away again in the third Error fol- Â¬ lowed error until it seemed as if caqh man on the team with one or two exceptions was bent on seeing how many ho could record Although the locals took tho load again in tho fourth they could not hold it through ILsLm tho visitors half of the inning and from then to the finish the result was i r 1111 a foregone oonolusion Tho homo team did some lively batting Shorloy Wintersmith knocking out a singlo and a homo run tho ball landing in BpUBAMMMBQpHHIIBrilpflMMH tho pondl and Lindsey Halo making ASS two pretty hits with men on bases Afaairreeablo Laxatlvo and TONIC and driving in four runs while Frank Sold by Druggists or eont byNERVE26o60o mall Barrett worked tho opposing pitoh and fOO por package Sarnploa free era for three bases on balls and made ITft lTtfl The Favorite T00TBT0WBS1 Wk JDLIJFrorthoToethKndBreaUuKo Childrens hats in all shades kinds a base hit eaoh of his two times at tand shapes at prioos to pleaso all For sale by W McKee Hardie 30 tf 8 Harris bat Outside of Wintersmith at short Jua28lV HALLS OLD STAND Â¬ The following special to the Courier Journal of Thursday from Madison Ind tells the unhappy story of the wife of F E Lewis a grocer living in Craw district of this oityi F E Lewis a grocer of Frankfort accompanied by Attorney Ben Q t Williams County Judge of Franklin county came to this city to day in quest of the formers runaway wife They found her and she returned to Six wooks Frankfort with them ago Mrs Lewis went to Jeffersonville for a visit and while there she wrote to her husband saying I will never write to you again I am tired of you You will never see me About three weeks after again Mrs Lewis loft Archie Weber a young man Avho clerked for Lewis in his grocery skipped out taking with him considerable property belonging to his employer Ho came to this oity where he was met by Mrs Lewis and the two boarded for a vwhilo in tho extreme east end of town For tho past two wooks they have been living in a houso at tho extreme oast end of Main street whloh thoyjhad fitted up with money lit is said taken from tho wronged husband Tho furniture was shipped Mrs to i Lewis this afbornoon entioed the Lowis it is alleged Madison by numerous Joung man to in ono of which she I can not livo without you I said Lewis will not lovo you so much prosecute Weber Double Plays Langs worth Corbett and Sel gel Base on Balls Off Reeder 2 off Ruth 2 lilt by Pitched Ball Hale Struck Out By Ruth 1 by Reeder 5 Passed Balls Forcht Time of Game Two houra Umpires Richardson and Keennn THTC Our seoond stook of millinery has just arrived and if you want bargains call at once and you will find the best and oheapest millinery in Frank- - rorcat 39 tf a Harris m High Bridge Camp Mooting Tho camp grounds at High Bridge 4The as Ky usually known open July 1st for the Palisades snmmor and the Camp Meeting will open July 21st The meeting this year will be oonduoted by Rev Geo P Stewart of Cleveland Tenn and on eaoh Saturday and Sunday dur ing the meeting Sam P Jones will preach two sermons eaoh day Revs Howard Henderson of Hart well O Robt Hinor of Mt Sterl ing Ky J E Wright of Nioholas ville and Thos Dodd of Covington will also bo present and assist The Queen Croscont will offer spooial low rates during tho meeting For further Information call on agonts or address D G Edwards G P A Cincinnati Ohio AFTERNOON GAME The Quick Meal sales in 1891 amounted to 36242 stoves The Quick Meal sales since Its first appearance on the market run up to 164955 stoves The Quick Meal Is the only stove which offers absolute safety ugulnst accldeiits Because the Quick Meal Is tho only stove having burners that cannot bo opened further than necessary Because the Quick Meal Is the only stove having u tank that cannot be taken off for tilling unÂ¬ less all the burners ure closed Because the Quick Meal Is the only stove having an Indicator to shot whsn the burners are open or closed Because the Quick Meal Is the nly stove having glass tubes to show the dripping of gasoline when the stove Is in use Because the Quick Meal Is the only stove having all pipes made of anti rust material Because the Quick Meal Is the only stove having tho needle points of the burners nihdo of Ger Â¬ man silver which makes them absolutely inde-Â¬ structible Because the Quick Meal Is the only stove having a rim on the cast Iron burner tops extending over the burner drum and tubes thus protecting thorn against tho dripping from the cooking vessels SOCCfrVIK 1 WI i A c H VJ w X 22 m tf TVtymwrwiff 17 removing titumps For ouarrymea and Well diggers Mar 18 ly v m tlH m n v WB JACOB SWIGERT ON MAIN STEET TO CO 1 I Have Removed From the Batzell Building 101 AND 102 ANN STREET BesEment nf thn Capital Hotel They will short time fill this space with an entire new advertisement in 1 a I li H iJlii IW fcif FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT A Entered at the post office nt Fmnklort Kentucky as second class matluble matter GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT JULY 8 He will tako up the study of law and if arrangements can be made to that end ho will enter the office of ex Gov Knott his preceptor at Centre College in civics forwhom he hns the highest admiration A Fine Average Mr James McOullough familiarly known as Jimmie the Well Digger laid on our table a sample lot of the fine crop of Irish potatoes Mrs Lavenia he raised upon Thomsonls lot in South Frankfort The six he brought us were taken from one hill and weighed three poundB and a quarter Jimmie says he has many larger ones but these were the average size of his crop t SCORE UP FOR THE GREAT BLUE RIBBON D PRICES PowderNo Ammonia -- Tho Shelby County Trot ing Association 3 DAYS I m I 1898 JAMES H SWANGO A Sketch of the Life of the Nations Leading College Orator In oratorical contests this year this ftnrflLBakmg The only Pure Cream of Tartar 16 1V GREAT TROTTING MEETING July 12 13 and 14 1993 -- 9 RACES USJPowder DRTJX No Alum Used in Millions of Homes April 40 Years the Standard TA en S r r v State has been exceptionally fortu- Â¬ nate and the fire of eloquence which has been smouldering for years is prepared to blaze anew in volume and vigor equal to the dayB of Ken Â¬ tuckys brightest fame Frankfort though not the birthplace of the Advertised Letters at Frankfort young orators is by reason of thier Kentucky family residence entitled to a proper Below will bo found a list of adver-Â¬ share of the credit attached to the tised letters for the week ending identification of the authors of such meritorious deeds as were achieved July 8 1893 Jonson Edd by Martin D Hardin recently at the Anison Dana Butler Charley Kingley Mrs Ad Southern Inter collegiate Contest and Baker Jack line by James Hugh Swango at the Bryant James Lane Miss Mattib Lewis Miss Addie National Contest in Chicago on Fri- Â¬ Britton J u Blanton MrsWal- - Long Miss Gatha day night of last week den None but winners of State contests Brown MIbs Mag Mayhall Miss Francis entered at the National Contest and Moore MrsMollie gie Mr Swango was the only Kentuckian Beecham Miss Newson Jack Mrs Richardson in the list of fifteen States repre- Â¬ Sarah Lewelen seventy three colleges in- Â¬ Clay Miss Hellen Smith Arther sented by Campbell Mrs cluding such noted institutions aB Sempton George Sallio Coombs Willard Somburge Miss Yale Harvard and Princeton Mamie Mr Duvall Robert A Chicago special says Edwards Miss Simmons Robert Swango won easily and handsomely Imogene Tutt George The judges on Thought and Style Epothler Miss Thomas Flinoy Wright O H Salie were President Evans of Illinois White Miss Eva Gaines Ward Editor J R Thompson of Ohio and Haden Austin Wilson F B Chief Justice Cleaver of Michigan HopSon Willie The judges on Delivery were Profs When calling for these letters say Fulton and Trueblood of the Kansas advertised J M Saffell P M School of Oratory and Wm Thomas Mr Swango re- Â¬ Mills of Chicago Decidedly Shaky ceived fflve out of the six votes for A trembling hind an uncertain step fidgefirst place L S Bentley of Indiana tiness indicated by restless shifting from one got second place and A N Foster of place or posture to another usually mental an- Â¬ noyance nt unexpected noises ore among the Massachusetts third place Indications ot extreme nervousness These Â¬ The speeches delivered were sub seem trifling but the health of men and women mitted to the Committee on Thought In this condition Is decidedly shaky liable to and Composition two weeks before to be overthrown dlmsterously by causes which the contest and it was their unani-Â¬ the vigorous might defy To fortify the nervous mous opinion that Mr Sawngos com system general vigor must through the medium of reinforced digestion and a removal ot nn im position was unquestionably superior paired nower of sleeping nt night be raised to a a guarantee ot thiol to all others His delivery showed healthful standard BItiers which re establishes Hostetrers Stomach digest on bile secretion and the habit i nody on improvement during the past two a pennanentlyi regular basis thus reneivlnn that months and by his graceful bearing bodily equilibrium which in followed by n gain of strength and nerve tranquillity For kidney and distinct enunciation he won the compiauu rneumausm neuraigiu ana aB a preventive of the flrst attnek admiration of the large audience and turn of malarial disorders thisor subsequent re- Â¬ medicine is without a peer Thrice dally take a wlneglustful made his victory a popular one Mr Swangos subject was The Old CIVIL SERVICE South which it was said was hand- Â¬ led with a power and finish that left no question whatever on the orators Examination by Board for Post ability to effectually vindicate him Â¬ office Clerks and Mail Carriers in This City self on the groundless charge ofplaig arism raised by his enemies over the In pursuance of President Harri- Â¬ State contest at Lexington last April sons order of January 5 1884 extend Mr Swango is the son of Judge G ing the Civil Service law to all free B Swango Register of Land Office delivery post offices the Civil Service at Washington has He was born in 1870 at Hazel Green Commissionexamination be held ordered that an at the Wolfe county where he attended office building in this city on school and finished a course at the aturday August 5 1803 commenc town academy He obtained a teach Â¬ ing at 0 oclock a m for the grades and carrier in ers certificate and taught school for of clerkThe Civil Servicethe city post Commission office five months in each of the four suc- Â¬ takes this opportunity of stating that ceeding years working on a farm the the examinations are open to all citizens who to rest of the time and applying himself reputable postal servicemay desire re Â¬ without enter the dilllgently to history biography and gard to their political affiliations All In such citizens whether Democrats or general literature at nights sessions of 1880 and 1800 he Republicans or neitner are invited to the apply They shall be examined Was a pupil at the Kentucky Univer- Â¬ graded and certified with entire im- Â¬ sity at Lexington and from there partiality and wholly without regard went to Center College at Danville to their political views or to any confor two years and graduated last sideration save their efficiency as obtain in month with the highest honors rep shown by the grades theyapplication the examination For all senting in the meanwhile the col blanks full instructions ana informa- Â¬ lege at the State contest at Lexing Â¬ tion relative to the duties and salaries ton last April winning the prize over of the different positions apply at the post office to the secretary of the three competitors from the leading board colleges of the State He was always No person shall be examined for the a hard student and especially fond of position of letter carrier if under twenty or over forty years of rhetoric and oratory but ambitious age andone person shall be examined no in all his studies to rank with the for any other position in the classi- Â¬ first Like the orators of old he has fied postal service if under eighteen omitted no detail in training to qual Â¬ years of age No application will be ify himself in the art of public Bpeak accepted for these examinations un Â¬ less filed with vhe undersigned on ing believing with the poet that to the proper blank before 6 oclock p be successful he must m Monday July 17th 1803 Â¬ Â¬ W IVlcKEE HARDIE GIST KY HALLS OLD STAND FRANKFORT We keep a full line of DRUGS AND t PATENT MEDICINES a call And cordially ask our friends to give us W MoKEE HARDIE Jan 21 G ly L GAYLE LOOK HERE Have you seen the new and complete stock of Stake entries closed Aprils le93 Purse entries closo July 4 The Shelby County Trotting Association makes the o lowing announcements for the meeting FIRST DAT JULY 12 No 1245 trotting Purse guaranteed no more no less 2 r2M trotting No Purso250 guaranteed no mure iiu icsb No stake eligible to 240 class 250 guaranteed no more no lots SECOND DAY JULY 13 No 4 2 26 trotting Purse 250 guurnnteod no more no les NO 6 280 racing Puasa t250 guaranteed no more no less No o d stake eligible to 8 C0 class 250 guaranteed no more no leBS THIRD DAY JULY 14 No 72 30 trotting Purse 260 guaranteed no more no less 21 trotting Purse 250 guaranteed no No more no less No 9 Yearling stake foals of 1892 no added money 10 to nominate 10 W sturt CONDITIONS Mlle heats 8 In C harness ex Â¬ cepting will be two lu three 5 per cent to accompany nominations April 8 2i per cent to start to be paid by six oclock ovciiing before the race Divided 00 percent to flat 25 per cent to second and 16 per cent to third No horse liable for more than amount paid In and nil payments are forfeit No horse eligi Â¬ ble to start wno has not paid the tint and second payments within the specllled time Only the monoy actually puld in will bo paid for a Hnlk orer or a horse distancing the Held or any part thereof The conditions apply to all races nut otherwise specllled The Association may postpone or declare oft on account of tlie weath Â¬ money refunded er entrance Heats may bo trotted alternately All purses divided as follows GO per cent to flrst 25 per cent to second 16 per cent to third Five or moro entries to till three to start but optional with the Association to close and start with fewer entries Conditions of Yearling Stake One half mile heat 2 In 3 to harness 10 to accommopany nomination April S flu to start to be paid by tlx oclock evening before the race fc One of the best md fastÂ¬ est half mile tracks In tne State SAM BROWN President JAS F MIDDLETON Chrlstlansburg Ky v -year rift H iM tii a Sec andTresShelbyvllleKy BXJGG IES THE p If not call and examine and satisfy yourselves that everything is new and at Rock Bottom Prices TTTIESIrr G OODS 1 i m l m I 7 i j 1 i BR OWER SCOTT FRAZEE Â¬ Main and Broadway Lexington Ky LEAKAGE IMPOSSIBLE Bottom and sides ono continu- Â¬ ous Piece of Immber Material White Asn Wood Inside Castings Well Galvanized - VI l am Butter Hade in SPECIALTIES- Lawn Furniture Folding Beds Baby Carriages Brass Beds Iron Beds Mosquito Bars 3 to 10 Minutes CO O BT JT1 w AGENTS WANTED In every town Single churns sold In localities where we nave no arents at wholesale prices to introduce them Setl for Circular fcPrlcs Llrt M BROWN ron BALE WAPAKONETA Â¬ Wm WlllGHT 447 East Main St Frankfort Ky The only patent churn which will bear a guarantee June 24 3m Curtain Stretchers Carpet Sweepers H a 3TTER1T THE- - i V Large Assortment Â¬ Strictly First class Goods riitiinutr Correct Prices 334 MAIN STREET Cotton and Hair Mattresses Feather Pillows and Window Shades made to order Old Furniture FRANKFORT KY repaired and refinlshed by skilled workmen BRO WER SCOTT FRAZEE Be up aud doing with a heart for any fate Still achieving Btlll pursuing learn to labor and to watt Emma B Morris Carpets Furniture Wall Paper Draperies Secretary Board of Examiners v Numberless note and scrap books fill- Â¬ ed with the best thoughts from lectur ers and addresses by the most distin guished speakers of the day attest a tail and patience that rarely ever fail to bring the brightest rewards Nourished on Plutarch Demosthenes Macaulay Burke Patrick Cicero Henry Clay Webster and Calhoun it was an easy matter for him to ac- Â¬ quire the training in delivery to com plete the orator In person Mr Swango is five feet ten inches in height and weighs 150 He has blue eyes auburn pounds and strong features that are ex Â¬ hair pressive of the power whioh gives dignity and as his friends predict V 77 71 mo luiure wmyec givetuiBuucwuu xi Vi college orator In career of the first the country Â¬ A JCillione J riead A friend in need is a friend indeed and not less than one million people have found joet each a friend in Dr Kings New Disoovery for Oonuump tion Coughs and Colds If you have never used this Great Cough Medi Â¬ cine one trial will convinoe you that it has wonderful curative powers in all diseases of Throat Chest and Lungs Each bottle is guaranteed to do oil that is claimed or money will be refunded Trial bottles free at Puiii Carpenters Drug Store 1 Large bottles 50c and 100 Mastin Bros have had a very large sale on their new improved Sickle Grinder Call and examine it Lawn Mowers HR - To reduce your weight SURELY use Wlllards No Obesity Pills and lose 16 pounds u month No Interference with busi Â¬ Injury to the health They build NO STARVING ness or pleasure up and improve the general nealth beautify the Lucy WRINKLES complexion and leave NO i Auburn street Cambridge Mass Anderson Three bottles of your Obesity Pills ret writes duced my weight from 225 pounds to 100 and I never felt better In all my life I am much leased with the result and shall do all I can to E elpyou Our patrons Include Physicians Our Bankers Lawyers aud leaders of Society goods are not sold In drug stores ull orders are supplied direct from our ottlce Price per pack Â¬ age 200 or three packages for 500 by mall pre- Â¬ paid Particulars sealed 4 cts ALL CORRES Â¬ PONDENCE CONFIDENTIAL WILUIID REMEDY CO FAT PEOPLE i j VI Friends I stand at the HEAD for Hardware anri on LAWN MOWEKS I BOSTON MASS 1 f- ApS4m - Lead The Market 2 iiicaa azrazxonsr 400 -- WorK Worry and Disease are a formidable trio yet the weak person frequently bus to meet hA ot dJatelv 34 praakfort tf For Rent 42 ne 4 4B0 500 tf Mv house in South Possession given imme Guy Barrett The answer Is with our Compound Oxtohn and ours only The countÂ¬ less demonstrations of 29 years war Â¬ rant this reply Our treatment isavoilabln for hora use neither need your occupation b Tho value of these Interfered with feutures is obvious What about your need A book of explanation and proof is yours to consider It asked for now ttematonce Uowcun he overcome T GaSBEOACWAT Street Drs 1629 XrcU STARKEY PALEHJM Street Pbladetnhla vST i P m w m m i t y i R Let us furnish you nice a If not one of this style we carry VEHICLE Km MOST EVERY KIND YOUD WANT ft j v s i WE HAVE THEM IN ALL HH 5 TH j 2 i ft Bf i V3 rr- 0 - - v - BEST AXLE OILS t nS J ai I -- rHhiiifAff-rr Jjtamtm fa BEST MACHINE OIL IKV V3 r One right here in Frankfort where you can go through the shops and see You want a good vehicle Who can supply that want better than a home manufacturer every detail of the work Yojj then can know what you are getting and one visit to our plant will convince you of the great difference in v quality of our Vehicles and Harness compared to the factory work heretofore sold here Come to us for DEERING BINDERS MOWERS BINDER TWINE ONE GOOD STEAM THRESHING OUTFIT FOR SALE CHEAP THE ir t KENTUCKY BUGGY AND HARNESS WORKS INCORPORATED t -- t ViA IF YOU WANT a f R NICE GLEAN AND PRACTICAL WATCH WORK DONE WORK TO vh AMi- TAKE YOUR w - V Ml 1AC W L COPPERSMITH THE JEWELER FRANKFORT BOUNDABOUT and Philip Arnold Assistant Mar FRAKKFOBT JULY 8 Â¬ 1898 L IT TIME TABLE in i shals in the procession in which the Knights of Pythias Uniform Rank tho Young Mens Institute and the German Benevolent Society headed by the Frankfort Cornet Band took Reduced Bates on the L The L N The following time table is now N road effect upon the L TBX1NS WEST part No281oaveBFrftnkforti No 17 leaves Frankfort No 21 leaves Frankfort Ko 19 leaves Frankfort TRAIN B BAST 785 p m leavos Frank 600 a in 805 550 am 985 a m pm No 80 - 1016 am No 18 leaves Frankfort 443 pm No 20 loaves Frankfort 685 p jn Ne 24 arrives Frankfort 855 pm No 22 1 eaves Frankfort No 20 will stop at Anohorage and for OhristianBbnrg for passengers Lexington and points beyond Nob 28 17 and 21 connect at Lagrange for Cincinnati Nob 23 and 21 connect at Anohorage for Bloomfield Branch at w fort mixed train Â¬ H B Loosdon Agent ifl 4 INDEPENDENCE DAY How it Was Observed in This City by a Parade Barbacue Pionios and Games of Base Ball The Fourth of July in thlB oity was very generally obsrved There was foes business done that day than at any previous Fourth for years Be Â¬ sides the State county and oity buildings and the post office and banks nearly all the business houses were closed and the merchants with their families and employes took ad Â¬ vantage of the occasion to quietly rest at home or to join in the parade and baYbecue or attend the two games of base ball at Lake Park In addition to these there wore a nam- ber of private picnics and also ex Â¬ cursion parties that wont to Lexing Â¬ ton Louisville and Cincinnati to And their pleasures The feature of this Fourth was tho Tho late day parade and barbecue on which tho movement to celebrate ws made and the difficulty of pre Â¬ paring floats on suoh short notice and obtaining the neoessary dispensation for the Odd Fellows prevented a lafgor street parade but it did not keep the orowd away from tho barbe Â¬ cue at Saiyers Grove Mr V S Dehoney was Chief Marshal and Messrs Thos B Ford L F Johnson tfr J s The procession formed in front of the State House yard and began to move about 980 oclook The route was as follows East on Broadway to High street north on High to Clinton west on Clinton to Ann south on Ann to Main west on Main to Wilkinson south on Wilkinson to Wapping eafct on Wapping to St Clair north on St Clair to Main east on Main to High north on High to Broadway where the procession disbanded at 1030 oclock and boarded the Kentucky Midland train for the picnic grounds Danoing and all kinds of games and amusements were indulged in and a dinner spread free to all that consisted of every good thing to eat that the genius of cookery could pro oure or devise No pains were spared to make everyone among the multitude enjoy the outing for the success of whiob the praise is due chiefly to Messrs Stephen Fuhs W S Dehoney Noel Gaines W A Howard George B Salender Thos Todd and W B Robinson The colored citizens celebrated the day by a picnio at Marshalls Grove at which the attendance was very large Though there was very little of the noise of cannon or Are crack ers and almost nothing in the way of rockets and colored lights at night in all it may be said that the day was anunusnally glorious Fourth There were no accidents reported that marred the joy of the occasion and if the weather had been gbtten up especially for the purpose it could not have boon more delightfully cool and refreshing at this season of the N Railroad will sell round trip tickets to Birmingham Alabama July 16th 17th and 18th at one fare good to return nntil July 31st on account of ex Confederate re union On account of the North American Smngerfest the L N Railroad will Bell round trip tickets to Cleveland Ohio at one fare July 9th and 10th return limit good until July 17th On account of Southern Medical N Railroad will Association the L sell round trip tickets to Louisville at 395 which includes cost of mem- Â¬ bership coupon Dates of sale July 16th subject to extension to Septem- Â¬ ber 15th upon presentation of certificates of attendance upon National Congress Â¬ Â¬ DR W I KELLEY Veterinary Remedies PREPARED BY THE M OF CINCINNAT IO will be at the KentDGky TetBrinaryMeflicine Co MT PHOEmSS HOTEL IN LEXINGTON KY STERLING KY Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday 1893 July 22 1893 August 12 1893 April 2 1893 Pllba Julyl KENTUCKY VETERINARY fAEOlCWE oft mtoi r fi srKA rrM mca svPiMffm W 5 c A V7SMH WifVlta cured without surglca operutlou and with little or no pain HEMORRHOIDS 1W yv- - M i a REEEUENCES W McKee Hardle Frankfort The oheapest and best Machine Oil 42 tf is sold by Mastin Bros V Bcrberlch Frankfort Xj Rev L P Hulett Benson Ky A II McClure Frankfort Ky r J Hushes Frankfort Ky David Moore Benson Ky Jaa M WlthrowFrankfoit Ky J A Scott Frankfort Kr Dr E M Gober Frankfort J T Staten Frankfort Ky Ky Ky TRADE MARK ANTIOSTINE for Splints Curbs Spavins e Colic Remedy Remedy for Pneumonia In- Â¬ fluenza Distemper etc Heel and Gall Olnfr Eye Lotions ment Blistering Ointment Physic Balls Skin Lotion Wart Remedy Woim Powders Stimulating Liniment Uter- Â¬ ine Tonic Uterine Sedative Wound Dressing Cough Mixture Alterative Fluid Mineral Tonic and Condition Ponders M OTfl M JfrtfiSE DR KELLEYS office and residence la at 269 West Eighth street Cincinnati and where he may be found every day of each week except SATUR Â¬ Pamphlets describing these diseases DAYS and the mode of treatment sent free to any one W I KELLEY M D by aadresslnu DRUGGIST 259 W Eight St Cincinnati 0 CONSULTATION FREE nuiMiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiitittiiiiiiiiiiitiiitiiiiiiiin W McKee Hardie 206 OLD STAND STCLAIK STREET HALLS Sole Agent For Frankfort Ky Febl8 6m m ROYAL MACHINE JL THE- - I SEWING iiiinninrrn WAHNANIHJ OJSTIS Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasaut and xef resiling to the taste and acts on tho fently yet promptly cleanses Kidneys the sys and Bowels tem effectually dispels colds head- Â¬ aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever produced pleasing to tho taste and ac ceptable to the Btomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects preparqd only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have mado it tho most popular remedy known SvriiD of Fics is for sale in 50c and 1 bottles by all leading drug- gists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro euro it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIQ SYRUP CO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 5llllIIlIIllllUmUIUlIlllltllllllllIWlllllllltllMJllll MONON ROUTE EWJOYtS 5 YEARS u xmr The Direct and Popular Line to CHICAGO And all Points NORTH and WEST KV m Vestibuled Trains lllIIIHIIItfIllIIHMllllllllllllIIHIIIIIlllHIIIUlllIlltlWi m 3fAi M Dining Car Services year O HMiftlaree Sigh Arm Has a Kelf iettlntt Nuedle Uu a SAirttatoadlngr Shuttlo Has No Equal In ComtmcUou Hu a Mechanical Palace Chair Cars Pullman Buffet Sleepers And Only First Classs Accommodations For Further Information Address B At li i N Rogers J7 Ar5mi3NY ate nothing but dry nrfAd iter three Roars on acoount of xz fcorriDio disease dyspepsia He rctos that he was entirely cured fey Dr Hales Hosholli Teaandoaa ovw eac anychhu This greatest rtdicino Known is sold at 95 an 60 fcents jper pnwcag e Urug swne I Uaa Ioaltlvo Has Strllth Furniture EfarfMore Good Sewing QaallUeaaBd does aIarger Range efOeaeral Work tbaa any ffewlng Machine ia the World ExtMlnTHE ROYAL for points tf exotllenc8i and yt wlU Basftnlguntirinuii a lint a Perfect Adjustment Take up Apiiearaace L Bryant G P A W h Crush D P- - a btiynootktr CO LOUISVILLE KY -- at Abwtkb I ROYAL 8Afl FRAN0I30O LOUISVILLC K GAL SH RockfuillL Jas Barker G OK NEW YORK NY MlfiWIIHtMllllllllUIWKIIIIIIMWIi P A Chicago 111 n 3Sy Refrigerators Gasoline Stoves Screen Cloth Coal Oil Stoves Flv Fans Fly Traps Lower than any other house in the city can sell them Call and see and get prices No trouble to show goods jE3l Mr IB XX 2 jtsXmJLM JES 3T v v f Fruit Cans Water Coolers Ice Cream Freezers Mason Jars -- m i tt A M3 i vs YJ O ir mm stating the facts of their offer of pay Â¬ ment at 75 and 50 cents and that they pay tho 42 cents rate under tho pro- Â¬ test that it is in violation of their charter and contract rights Of course this means that the right of bank taxation by tho towns cities and counties will have to undergo a long and tedious adjudication in the courts reaching perhaps the Su- Â¬ premo Court of the United States be-Â¬ fore its final settlement r J BELIQIOUS THE SCHOOL BOARD Rev H G Eleotion of Teaohors for tho Ensu Â¬ will preach WELL BRED SOON WED GIRLS WHO USE Henderson the pastor ing School Term to morrow morning at 11 oclock No night service The School Board composed of Sunday school at 930 a m President U V Williams and Messrs The Epworth League meets in H T Stanton W T Reading Jason the evening at 730 in the class room M Case J M Wakefield and G T Methodist Ohuroh SAPOLIO Ars Quiokly Married XTeact July2 ly L B MARSHALL the pastor will occupy the pulpit to morrow at 11 oclock No service at night Darsie Christian Ohuroh Rev George Baptist Ohuroh Rev W 0 Taylor the paBtor will conduct the Â¬ public worship at the Baptist Church to morrow morning Union service at night Sunday school at 930 a m in the chapel Rev Blayney D D will J occupy his pulpit to morrow morning at 11 oclock No service at night McQlusky First Presbyterian Ohuroh Rev W G Neville the pastor will occupy his pulpit to morrow morn ing at 11 oclock Evening service at 8 p m Southern Presbyterian Ohuroh usual services to morrow at and at 8 p m Episcopal Ohuroh Rev E A Penick the rector will conduct the 11 a m Blackley held a meeting Tuesday night and re elected all the old corps of teachers including the principal of the High School and the janitor and engineer of the white school The election of toachers in the colored school and also the supply teachers was postponed until the next meeting Tho janitor of the colored Bchool was re elected and his salary pro- Â¬ visionally increased The following are the names of the teachers elected J D Coleman Assistant Superintendent and Princi- pal of High School Misses Sarah Bell Louise Wiard Scottie Ohinn Margaret Lewis Rose Orlttenden Mollle MoEwan Anna Sullivan Lena Lynch Ella Stephens Mary Page Mattle Logan Sue Joyce- - Leona Jett Lockett Smith Sallle Smith Georgia Payne and Sadie Grant The janitor elected is Ed Kershaw and the engineer Sam Stone The colored janitor elected is Wm Gordon AT REST Try It House Cleaning la Your W A GAINES- There Tri iB o Bst everything In Ointments Dr Halos Household Ointment stands at L B MARSHALL CO the head It Is effecting more won Â¬ derful cures and giving greater satis Â¬ faction than any other remedy in the For cats bruises barns world sprains frostbite chilblains chapped hands and lips eczema salt rheum piles c it lias no equal We claim great tilings for itond guarantee what Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a we claim It is the great pain and Real estate bought sold or leased of the insurance patronage skin cure Put up in 25 and 50c share Large size cheapest boxes For A good line of both city and country property for sale at all times Bale by Phie Carpenter druggist Real Estate and Insurance OFFICE 236 MAIN STEEET Ats 1 1 3 m Examination of Teachers The examination of applicants for positions as teachers in the common schools of the county was commenced at the court house yesterday and will be continuedjjto day Fourteen lady applicants and seven gentlemen are being examined Do You Know Â¬ J - x FOR SAUEL FRAME COTTAGE OF THREE ROOMS i nn ohnrt otrnpt Knnth -- -- jui en i ien u w u w Side To a desirable party with a small amount of cash could arrango to sell on easy weekly A J FOR SALESioiA IIIUCO ILVilk fn I -- ACRES WELL IM GARDEN FARM OF 12 V nrovfd locAtptf on ii ttaod turnnlka fund 3 Y c ifiTTii AtlllfWJULlf J payments FOR SALE or 2000 cash for all Prices 560 750 and three This property would make a good Invest- Â¬ ment as It rents wetland is now paying 19 per month Three desirable parties who cau make a small cash payment can arrange to pay the balance In weekly Installments 850 Forks of Elkhoiu Â¬ COTTAGES THREE located aud ON THE SOUTH SIDE In good neighborhood hat a large percentage f deaths In WE OFFER FOR SALE THE CHESS WARREN Catholic Ohuroh The usual Mrs Wm Craik Died Wednesday consistthis country are caused by consump- ing property at the Forks or Ellchorn of eight services at the Ohuroh of the Good frame residence of After an Illness of a Weeks A little cold rooms a two storycottage of six rooms and tion and lung trouble frame a morrow will be conShepherd Mrs Christine Craik wife of Mr High mass at 8 a m low mass Wm Craik sexton of the cemetery at 10 a m andvespers at 300 p m died at her home at the cemetery Her lodge Wednesday afternoon The Union service to morrow even Â¬ Illness was brief but It is said she was ing will be held at the Baptist Impressed from the beginning that it Church Rev W G Neville of the would prove fatal with her and ac- Â¬ Southern Presbyterian Church will cordingly made every preparation for conduct the service and will be assist Â¬ her passing away ed by the pastors of the other She was a native of Scotland a sis Â¬ churches uniting in the service ter of Mr Wm McEwan of this oity and sixty eight years of age She had Rev W G Nevillo resigned the no children of her own but was a pastorate of the Southern Presbyte Â¬ good kind mother to her n rian Ohuroh in this oity on Sunday who were devoted to her A last to take charge of the chureh at sincere and consistent Christian Yorkville South Carolina to which member of the First Presbyterian he has been unanimously called Ho Ohuroh and a large hearted sympa Â¬ will leave week after next for his new thetic lady whose practical deeds field Mr Neville has been a faith were not confined to her ohuroh or ful and earnest pastor and has made locality her death will be greatly felt a large number of friends in this in the community Her funeral took community during his residence place at the chapel In the cemetery hero who regret to see him leave on Thursday afternoon Rev J Mo Clusky Blayney conducting the serÂ¬ Rev Father James L Gorey who had temporary charge of the Church vices of the Good Shepherd in this city THE BANKS during the absence of hiB brother Rev Father W E Gorey last sum- Â¬ Froparing to Contest tho Right of mer has been appointed Secretary Taxation by Counties Towns and Cities and Chancellor of the Diocese of Covington and will reside with Bish op Maes at Covington In his new The banks of the State evidently position Fatho Gorey will have com- Â¬ intend to make a vigorous assault on plete oharge of all the executive and the new revenue law They are ten financial affairs of the diocese He dering the State Auditor the taxes on succeeds Rev Father Lambert who their capital stock and surplus at tho held the position for ton years but rate of 75 cents on the 100 in lieu of will now return to his foreign homo all other oity town and county taxa- Â¬ to die Father Gorey has a host of tion as provided in their contracts frlendB to whom ho endeared him Â¬ with the State under the old Hewitt self during his brief residence in this law Some having other charter oity and all who made his acquaint Â¬ provisions also tender at 50 cents on ance will be glad to learn of his ap Â¬ the 100 but as the Auditor refused pointment to so responsible a posi- Â¬ to accept the taxes under the Hewitt tion as it is an evidence of the law they finally pay tho State rate at esteem in whioh ho is held by tho 42 cents under tho new law and take a certificate from the Auditor authorities of his Ohuroh step-childreÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ the pastor Â¬ to W E Gorey ducted by Rev Father Duration neglpcted in the beginning often ter- Â¬ minates in consumption Every time you cough you inerease the trouble and an inflammation is Boon Btarted which is diffloult to control There is one remedy that cures quickly every kind of cough That is Dr Hales Household Cough Cure It Is the best Are you not untitled to the best For sale at 25 and 60c a bottle at Carpenters drug 2 store This property Is cen- Â¬ several vacant lots trally located and Is very desirable for either resi- Â¬ dence or business property BUILDING LOTS MEDIUM PRICED BUILDING SITES WE desire to call special attention to the Bar rett lots on Holmes street Two new residencesÂ¬ have just been completed on a part of this prop erty and we have one more lot 6u by 200 feet which we will sell at a bargain to some desirable party who will build Immediately FOR SALE ments at Thorn Hill at a bargain OF FIVE improveA GARDEN FARM rooms and otherwill be sold residence of five property ACRES WITH Â¬ This All the finest wines and liquors can be found at Jake Ahlers new saloon snaok 44 FOR RENT ROOMS COTTAGE A FRAME street we are OF SEVENproperty IsON Conway South Side This in authorized to rent good 15 The Saratoga 217 St Clair street where you will always find a good tf FOR SALE and Campbell South Side This property Is well located and would make a very desirable home The lot Is 40 by 200 feet street between Cross repair and per month itrat Blooms in Chicago has rented and taken charge of a house in Chicago where she is pre Â¬ pared to furnish board or lodging and breakfast only if desirod The Worlds Fair can bo readied by boat or railroad Location quiet and terms Address her at 312 Bls reasonable c sell street North Side for terms 43 Mrs Lizzie Walcutt of this city two FRAME RESIDENCES OF NINE 2 TWO STORYon North Stof Claslr streetonand one rooms each story Shelby residence six rooms frame HIGHVIEW COTTAGE OF FIVE on Uighvlew for sale This prop- Â¬ erty has a lot 112 by 162 feet and would moke u very desirable home HAVE WE rooms A DESIRABLE FOR RENT ROOMS A BRICK RESIDENCE OF SIXMay 1st Broadway Possession given ON glOO BUILDINGLOTS OFFER FOR 8ALE A WE building lots on IWllklnson NUMBER street at hundred dollars each OF one 2t In the city In low prices 39 In hosiery we can surpass any house tf S Harris Â¬ Lit lf Wanted A live mun to represent us in this city Previous experience not necessary to the right man Ad dress 849 L B MARSHALL TABLERS 0E3E3 CO Plymouth Rook Pants Co Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky June 10 6t JOHH DRISCOLl Dll E M fcrTj SuckLttx0 Amk falvs Th best wlv 2a tfee world for Cuts Broteea Saras Uteeas gait Bbesm 9tmxSarmf3nU aiyOfckpped Hands Ohftbtatas tans ami all Skis Erapiiaaa and positively eojren Piles or ao pay reqafarpii It is guarÂ¬ WthotKm or money anteed to gfc refunded Priee 95 oewia per box For eale by ftesu Oaxfbktkb 8 Liquor 235 BROADWAY April 15 tf Merchant whiskies A full line of pure Anderson county IICKEYEMLL OINTMENT CUBES HOTHIHO BUT PILES A SURE rrtar4tHICHlRDS0IfMTlOBUKB wines brandies opposite etc Hb 8tatonouse ly Jt you a good Harris will brown cotton at 5 cents a yard a good check cotton at 5 cents a yard and a good oalico cotton at 5 cents a yard Our stook of China silks fancy Ginghams Oropo Cloth and 39 tf Ohallies is complete S Boll W J CHINN ATTOmaraT Jan80 ly Will practice in all State Courts Of Hce second floor Custom House at JR and CERTAIN CURE BEST known for iByaars REMEDY FOR PILES CO BTWBI ath aw J Job work neatly exe Â¬ cuted at this office tt jkmM jkr MtfiffljVbmtiJjgfmHggu WFWrrn - 4 w 7jM t i Change Our Location for Business Some time this year We cordially invite our friends and others in this and adjoining counties and those who contemplate building to call and get our prices as we wish to WE DEFY COMPETITION both in price and quality of goods and will save you money reduce our large stock in store and warehouses in the rear of store ft 23 iu K k G eneral W P - i Aeents ft o s t stuad SHeary ZESCsixdweire TX7all Paper X3axrLess Paints Oil G laes BareugibLes TTarnisrL sasn iJoors snnas AVag ons sierra es Iron JKooxixig- i Lime Oement blaster Sewer ZLiace X jeatlxex TTrixe IRocIs lion axc3en Tools Harness Xjeatnex Pipe Pliae PipePirns SpokesSalt 3 I7aeels DEBope Pisnixigr Tetclele Oiitlexsr and Binder I ZMTo wexs h 3cc T wine G aaranteed Hose and Xjawxi for TZSTaJLter A Wood XjigOb Sad-d-lexy V K - Morera arid Binders i r V Cor Main and Lewis Streets NEW LIFE C E Â¬ M A COLLINS Top Drawer LOCAL Opposite the Farmers Bank 4 K r v V hither and thither over the carpet of green grass beneath the stately old Electric Lino Brick forest trees at the Murray homestead The Bridges I Streets Now Sidewalks Now Musio and all kinds of games enliv- Â¬ ened the party which was concluded Fences and Fresh Paint by a feast of candy cakes fruits and The city now should begin to take ices and the distribution to eaoh lit- Â¬ on new life The now St Olair Btreet tle guest of an elegant Japanese soubridge and the eleotrio street railway venir cup and saucer should be followed by the vitrified brick streets without delay A new THE OITY COUNCIL oity charter has been signed by the Governor and will soon be put in Committees Report on the St Clair N railroad operation the new L Street Bridge complete and noth bridge is almost ing is wanting now to give a hearty At the called meeting of the city rest to the progressive wishes of the council Wednesday night the St citizens but the prompt action of the Clair Street Bridge Committee re splendid and enterprising city coun- Â¬ ported their agreement on the award cil in the matter of vitrified briok to the King Bridge Company as folstreets and good sidewalks on the lows South Side as well as the North Side Your special committee appointed Property owners will then be to act in conjunction with a similar ashamed to have broken down fences committee on the part of the court of badly kept lawns and bedimmed and claims of Franklin county to adverplans rusty looking houses and carpenters tise for for the specifications and proconstruction of the posals andpainters will be in demand to re- St Clair StroetBridge have discharg pair and brighten up the city Go to ed their duty and beg leave to make received work at once on the vitrified brick the following report We different nlans large property owners Bridge etc from sixteen of these streets and let Companies Several in the suburbs along the route of the companies bid only on the superelectric line give the right of way structure and were rejected because the and then sub divide and sell off in they did not conform to The requirements of property der were the committee Prof remain small building lots their Nelson turned over to which without the moans of a street for examination and report The railroad will never find a sale for a Joint Committee after making a thorough and complete examination tenth of its value as it was possible for them to do and hearing the views of the engineer for THE KENTUCKY RIVER the city unanimously recommend that the plana etc of the King Bridge The Resolution of the Legislature Company be accepted and ask that be appointed as for a Largo Appropriation Sent the following persons a contract with a committee to draft Secretary of War to the Â¬ Â¬ Cave in The hard rain storm of Sunday caused the sewer in the alley in the rear of George Salenders saloon at St Olair and Wapping streets to overflow and burst and cave in the stone wall and ground around and about the mouth of the sewer foraspaceof more than twenty feet The damage which will fall on the city will be no less than five hun Â¬ dred dollars For Theft Ohas Johnson a negro from Louisville was found secreted In the house of J V Braw neronthe L N railroad Saturday but when discovered fled Brawner and son gave chose and captured him and brought him to the office of County Judge Williams where he was searched and a seven dollar watch belonging to Brawner found Judge Williams in his possession gave him thirty days in the work- Â¬ house A Clerkship Frankfort again re- Â¬ ceives an appointment from Wash- Â¬ ington This time the prize goes to a lady who has numerous friends to re- Â¬ joice with her in her good fortune Mrs Kate M Mauer was on Saturday appointed to a clerkship in the office of the Second Auditor of the Treas ury and will go at once to Washing ton City to enter upon the duties of the office She is an accomplished lady who will make a superior clerk Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Accidental Drowning A child of a family living in a two-year-o- ld i- - The Kentucky River Executive Committee have forwarded to the Secretary of War a copy of the reso Â¬ lutions in regard to a large appro priation for this river by Congress which the Legislature passed a few Copies dayB before its adjournment and sent to the are also being made Senators and Representatives in Con Â¬ gress and a request added that they make an active effort to secure the appropriation asked for This is the time of the year when suoh matters receive the consideration and recom- Â¬ mendation of the Seoretary of War which of itself if favorable is almost sufficient to insure the desired end and if the Kentuoky delegation mean to show their practical worth to their constituents and thereby accomplish more real good to their State than ten years of speeoh making on the floors of Congress they will nob pause in their efforts until Secretary La- mont has affixed his signature to an urgent request for a million dollars to speedily complete the looking and darning of this great highway to the coal iron and timber region of the Â¬ State r- - - MARGUERITE MURRAY The Celebration of Her Fourth Birthday by a Lawn Party at Her Homo Thursday afternoon on the occa- Â¬ sion of her fourth birthday Mar guerite Murray the lovely little daughter of Mr and Mrs James A Murray gave a lawn party at her parents residenoe on the Leestown turnpike Twenty two of her little friends were present to enjoy the pleasures of the afternoon and many brought to the fair little hostoss neat tokens of their love and congratula Â¬ tions All were attired In their prettiest irooks and looked like fairies flitting Â¬ which is to be ap shanty boat moored near the mouth proved by the council and court of of the tunnel waB reaching after a cigar box in the water yesterday afclaims Mayor Tobin ternoon when she fell over the side W 0 Herndon of the boat to the river and was Lyon Squire drowned L F Johnson The report was unanimously adopt Â¬ Serious Injury Henry Weisiger ed anl the committee as recommend sr colored who hasbeen for years the ed directed to close the contract in faithful sexton at the First Presbyte- Â¬ writing rian Church met with a painful ac Â¬ cident on the Fourth which by rea- Â¬ Last fall I was taken with a kind of son of his advanced age gives his accompanied summer complaint Soon friends serious apprehensions of the with a wonderful diarrhoea after my wifes sister who lives with result He was descending the steps us was taken in the same way at the lodge room on Ann street next We used almost everything without door to Luoketts stable bearing in benefit Then I said let us try Cham- Â¬ berlains Oolio Cholera and Diarrhoea his hands the banner of Douglass Remedy which we did and that Camp Knights of Friendship when oured us right away I think much the staff in some manner caught in of it as it did for me what it was Â¬ recommended to do John Hertzler the ceiling While looking up to dis25 and 50 cent lodge the staff he fell down the Bethel Berks Co Pa bottles for sale by J W Gayle stairway and received a number 43 of severe cuts and bruises about i 1 1 j 1T iew I uiu ueuu wuicn a J - nouro miur Solioited to Run words had swoolen to twice its usual Â¬ We understand numerous friends size He was taken home in an unhave solicited Dr U V Williams to conscious condition and a doctorÂ¬ unbecome a candidate to represent this called to attend to him but his improved condition has given rise cquntyin the next Legislature but so far as we know the Doctor has to the belief that he sustained some not yet made known his intentions internal injury Farmers Alliance Mr Ralph Suffice it to Bay that if Dr should enter the race ho Beaumont General Organizer of tho Williams Farmers Alliance and a member of will have a strong following the Executive Committee will lecture at the court house steps next Mon Cheap Flowers day night wishing cheap roses can buy Parties Fire at the Mansion The Exeou them at E Powers green house 20 tlve Mansion one of tho most inter for 100 Ho Is selling rosebuds of all kinds except American Beauties esting historic relics in the State was on fire yesterday morning but the at 75 cents per dozen blaze was extinguished before it had Lost Pension certificate No 558- - time to gain much headway ThoÂ¬ 060 In favor of Noel Graves K 5 U flame was first discovered proceed S 0 Oav Finder will bo rewarded ing from an old mattress in tho oor if returned to Nat Mill Home Ohio ner of an unoccupied room in the 44 lt rear of tho Mansion but its origin is Tho fire de Â¬ eveloped in mystery VQll DYSPEPSIA partment was on the scone and a Indigestion and Stomach disorders talco nUOWKH IRON IHTTEUS large orowd assembled to witness All dealers kticp It 81 per bottle Ocnulno nan trade mark and creased red line on wrapper the destruction of tho anoiont pile oaid company Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ on which two Governors worked as ANNOUNCEMENT stone and brick masons and in which For Representative many of the States leading citizens Wa are have been entertained but a hole in candidate authorized to announce L J COX as a for re election as Representative of the floor and through the roof of Franklin connty In the next Legislature subject to the action of the Democratic party 41 u the room which will not cost 50 to For Senator repair was the extent of tho loss We are authorized to announce Hon W W The building is insured STEPHENSON of Mercer county as a candidate Yesterday for Senator from this district subject to the ac- Â¬ Music by Convicts party afternoon a number of the State tion of 3the Democratic June te Â¬ officials and employes attended a con cert at the penitentiary as renderod by the prison brass band and choir COT IN PRICES A portion of tho band are musical professors and both the vocal and in strumental music was exception- Â¬ ally good and Bhowed careful and experienced training It was an 124 cents for French Ginghams worth 25 cents agreeable surprise to the audience to find so much and such superior music in an institution in which it is gener Â¬ 23 cents for French Ginghams ally supposed none of the divine worth 30 cents harmony could be evoked The credit of encouraging and fostering 35 cents for French Ginghams the development of such tastes and worth 50 cents talents is due to tho Chaplain RevDr W B Cooper who spares no pains to cents for Printed Dotted Swiss make the lives of the prisoners as 15 worth 30 cents happy here as his calling seeks to promise them In the life hereafter 49 cents for Polka Spotted China GENERAL Silks worth 60 cents Congress To consider such legis- Â¬ lation as may be necessary to relieve the stringency of the money market 35 cents for Shirt Waists worth the President called an extraordinary 50 cents session of Congrd6s for August 7th The Legislature The Legisla- Â¬ 50 cents for Shirt Waists worth ture after a session of 531 days ad- Â¬ 75 cents journed sine die on Monday at noon The usual resolutions of thanks and Our large stock of Colored addresses of regret and praise com- Â¬ Woolen Dress Goods at a big re- Â¬ prised the proceedings of the day Both the House and Senate in a reso- Â¬ duction in prices lution of thanks to Senator E H Tay- Â¬ Everything in Millinery De- Â¬ lor gave feeling expression to their his sterling qualities partment marked down appreciation of Nice as a member of tho General Assem Â¬ Stylish Hats from 25 cents up bly in which he was deservedly re Â¬ garded the moat popular member in A nice Folding Japanese Fan both housesfrom 5 cents up Karls Clover Root the new Blood Purifier gives freshness and clear Â¬ Parasols and Umbrellas the ness to the Complexion and cures Consumption 25c 50c and 100 latest and most stylish designs at 22 For sale by W McKoe Hardle very low prices A first class second hand mower for 42 tf sale cheap at Mastin Bros Our stock of Gloves composes all the novelties out Wash Deaths Chamois Raeretz Glace Swede Mocha All the new shades Suter Mr and Mrs R Lee Suter andfew slightly soiled gloves at 50 A of Louisville who are well known here had the misfortune to lose their cents per pair worth gioo to little son aged seven months He 150 per pair died last Saturday of pneumonia superinduced by whooping cough D CO Staten Little Katie daughter of Mr Joseph T Staten died yesterday 43 3L morning at 740 oclock aged six months m j Â¬ ifl j -- - 3 mi - in t A Si MM BIDEWAY SPRAHKLE PROPRIETORS OF CO LbUA Coal aid Domestic Tliront Cures Consumption Coughs Crtmp Soro Sold by all DruRcUts on a Guarantee For a Lame Side Back orCheU Shlloha Poroua cents will tfivc great tatUfactioB--a- 5 Plaster Mra T B Hawkins Chattanooga TennsayB Shlloha Vitaltzcr PAVUD MY LIFE I iiiiE OF Co and Steam Coal MANUFACTURERS SD IT 3UC 3 R C STEELE JE 3TS June 9 SHILOHS VITAUZER Helenwood Tenn Salesman coiisiacruiMDtsircmcavjoraatDwiaieunisicm I ever used For DyspepsiaotaLiver or Kidney trouble It excels Price 75 lni fS TTnvnvmi Catarrh Try this Remedy Itwlll This In Â¬ relieve and Cure you Price 60 eta furnished jector for lta Buccossf ul treatment is free Shlloha Romedlea are sold by i oa a S WM CROMWELL HJLOHSCATARRH ATTORN EY-AT-LA- W REMEDY KJBAJ B8TATB AGJSNT IN THE COUBTS guarantee to give satisfaction Jan 28 For sale by W ly McKee Hardie HALLS OLD STAND Franklin and th adjolnlnz eountlw ana will alio frtre spcliU attsatlon to taa pareaasa and sal of rati eatato eelteetlea tf mta otaiat aad the ot latn laam 1 PRACTICE 0 ITi r n Money We Money MEN AMD BOYS Money FURNISHING AND SHOES 25c get three pairs of splendid socks 23c gets a SUITS 50c 75c to Must Have it - Boys knee pants age 4 to 14 25c 125 boys good waist -- Boys Suits age 4 to 200 up to 3700 T4 3100 150 175 15c gets a good pair suspenders 4 Consequently the GREAT SLAUGHTER Mens and Youths Suits all Wool r 31000 up to 32000 Mens Pants 50c 75c 100 3500 370 24c gets a good strong shirt for a man or boy 75c gets a suit goods sold for 3150 shirt and drawers splendid i A 3500 Biggest values you ever saw 150 3200 up to 1000 Boys Straw Hats at 20c double the money 35c 50c worth See our hot weather coats and coats and vests they are goingfast 3125 150 3200 up to 3io Let us show them to you One big lot fancy shirts at 50c 75c 3ioo 3125 up to 3200 These goods are great values V u3lu Illllll IIIBY6IT m r Department at Our entire shoe department has been marked down No such values eter offered before like them We are over loaded and must close them out Must have the cash as no goods will be charged at these prices f 1 4 I ft WORLDS PAIR NOTES Small Farm for Sale the language in LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MAR Â¬ Section 38 providing for the exempKET A Pew Pointers About Chicago tion from re examination in case a A small farm of twenty acres well Dry and hot Superintendenthasbeencontlnuously FURNISHED BY GLOVER improved and two miles from this DURRETT Wheat is about harvested and the in office c to apply solely to those LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE As a great many readers of the city on a good pike is offered for sale farmers report the crop better than Who may obtain certification of eligiRoundabout will make their first at a bargain For terms c apply bility under the revised school law for years 29 tf the Worlds at this office Sales on our market for the week trip toa Chicago duringregarding and that all candidates who mean to few pointers Fair the Mr and Mrs HopkinB of Louis stand for election to the office of just closed amount to 3287 hhds with ville are visiting friends inourmidstr County Superintendent in November receipts for the same period of 2233 geography of the oity will be appremarket since Jan ciated In the first place fix firmly Midland Messrs Harry and Frank Jaokson 1893 must be examined on the last hhds Sales on our 78664 hhds Sales in your mind that Lake Michigan amount to uary 1st Xannie and Charley Bell of Louis- Saturday in this month forms the eastern boundary of the Suortast and quickest between of the crop of 1892 on our market to entire city and 2 The County Board for tho examville are rusticating in our village if you stand faqing ination of candidates will be consti- this date amount to 82255 hhdsfor tho the lake with both arms outstretched Maj L 0 Norman and sons of tuted CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT the County During the the week prices Frankfort are enjoying camp life Judge as heretofore of and a com- - common burley have been fairly well the loft hand will point to the north County Attorney near this place Only direct line between maintained but the medium good and the right hand will point straight potent person selected by them down the the Big Four and fine grades have been very dull route to thetracks of Fair buildings Mr and Mrs John Compton of 3 Those who prefer to do so can be Woflds than at any time during Frankfort visited Mr and Mrs Henry examined by the State Board of Ex ank weakerand so few hogsheads are situated at the southern end of the Frankfort Georgetown and Paris Car the year aminers at this office on the same Ohurch last Sunday city Paste this in your hat and you lisle tfaysrille Cynlhiana h- questions here bo the reaching the quotations given for day who has same The those sent used the County the grades above common that we have the key to the entire situation Mrs Llewellvn Church to as Coming into Chicago on trains of the been very ill with flux is improving Boards and the same regulation will now lower the quotations on all Big mouth and Covington Four The railroad Route which is the only grades from medium to fine Dr N J Stafford will in a few days obtain having an entrance on the 4 The questions will be sent under crop is now on the hill and is cer south side along the lake xemove with his family to Casey front where tainly of county where he will locate for the seal and in registered packages as year larger than the average yet last all the hotels and boarding houses ASK FOB TICKETS VIA KY MIDLAND too are but to what extent is Casey prescribed by law in about three practice of his profession located you will find yourself early to determine with accuracy countys gain will be our loss Suc weeks from this date passing practically tnrougn the expo- TBAIN5 HUN DY CENTRAL STAHDABO TIME The following quotations fairly rep- sition grounds 5 It is not discretionary with the cess to you Doctor Â¬ and a State Board of Examiners to fix for resent our market for new burley to- oramic view of the magnificent panfuir is obtained TIME TABLE MAT 27 1893 Rev J K P South who has been any other day than bacco 1892 crop At tho Worlds Fair station of the conducting a protracted meeting at this examinaiion above or to grant Trash dark ordamaged the one named 4 50 Big Four route if you step off at the A M 3 50 P H P M the Christian Ohurch closed last special license tobacco 6 50 right side you are at the entrance Sunday night with no additions TRAINS EA3T Common Oolory trash 5 00 No 1 No3No7 6 The fee will be only 2 instead of gate to the exposition and can begin Medium to good colory Think of it Peaks Mill has a 3 as heretofore doing the Fair at once if you step Lv Frankfort 6 50 8 50 700 840 1249 trash Yours truly oircus a real live one with horns 700 S40 126S 00 6 50 off on the left Bide you will find your- Â¬ Lr Summit Common lugs not colory 5 o Ed Porter Thompson Lr Elkhorn 711 362 110 drums banjos parades 7 50 self in the finest resident portion of LYSwltzer 6 60 Common Oolory lugs 718 400 120 Chicago arid right in the midst of Lv Stamping Ground 7H Medium to good colory 411 140 A party of young folks chaperoned 9100 Howard 100 the Worlds Fairnotel and boardlner Lv Duvafl 7aG 16S 418 7 50 8 50 linilHA lugs by Mrs Frank Bacon will shortly 742 424 206 rllatlnf Tho olinnnaa a fnn LT JOlinSOIl 0 00 Common to medium leaf 7 50 to attend the B leave for Chicago 749 4 SI 220 The readers of the Roundabout Medium to good leaf 11 00 to ono that you will bo witliin a few lv asCo 9 00 768 460 246 The following will Worlds Fair very piaoe you iv xvemotvn 808 602 806 11 00 15 00 uuuuiua- wain 01 tuo Misses Nellie will be pleased to learn that Good to fine leaf compose the party Centrevllle 810 610 820 have selected for your headquarters Lv Elizabeth Lv Bacon Maggie Bacon Porter Winter there is at least one dreaded disease beieot or wrappery 820 616 880 If you prefer to go down town ten Ar Paris aSO 15 OQfy 20 00 625 846 tobaoco Stafford Lena Black and Messrs that science has been able toouro in all Alice minutes ride will bring you to the its stages and thabis Catarrh Halls A M P M l M p x John Green Pat Hodges Ulie Jack- Catarrh Cum is tho only positive cure new Twelfth Street station in the TRAINS 2 son Evan Wallace and William Strong Witnesses heart of the city Now bear in mind Lv Paris WEST INo905 INo4 No8Noia now known to the medical fraternity m3 Dailey the manifest advantage of entering Ar Elizabeth Catarrh being a constitutional dis 915 600 627 020 Chicago on the Big Four route In Ar Centervllle 0t 468 ease requires a constitutional treat Among tho thousands Ar Newtown 923 612 My little boy was very bad off for ment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken als of cures by Dr Milesof testimoni 443 the first place you avoid entirely the US Depot 949 080 42ft two months with diarrhoea We used internally acting directly upon the Cure 1b that of Nathan Nov Heart bother and trouble of a tedious trans- - Ar Georgetown 1010Ar Allison a B 035 749 various medicines also called in two blood and mucous surface of the well known citizen of Glen Book 1017 042 803 vfwuj IUU VtUjr IYUXUU iO JJUUCO Ar Jounson 1023 doctors but nothing done him any system thereby destroying the foun Pa who for years had shortness ox saryvia all other lines being landed Ar Duvall Ground 1080 G48 812 ArStamirfng 065 882 used Chamberlains 7 03 62 1042 good until weand Diarrhoea Reme- dation of tho disease and giying the breath sleeplessness pain lnleftside directly at tho exposition grounds Ar Swltzer Cholera Ar Elkhorn 1049 715 905 patient strength by building np thp shoulders smothering spells etc an advantage offered by no other Ar Summit 1060 721 915 dy whioh gave immediate relief and constitution and assisting Botore in one bottle 6f Dr Miles New Heart line and in tho seoond place you can Ar Frankfort a 1106 780 925 aoon cured him I consider it the doing its work The proprietors Cure and one box of Nerve and Lhrer so fix the geography of tho city in best medicine made and can con- have so much faith in ita curative Pills cured nim Peter Jaquet your mind that you will at once beA scientiously recommend it to all who that thoy offer One Hundred Salem N J is another witness who come as familiar with Chicago as you B connects with L N and LS connects with Q 0 need a diarrhoea or colic medioine any case that it faiki to twenty years safferod with Heart are with your own town ollars for C connects with K C E Hare Trenton Tex 25 and 50 cure Send for list of testimonials J Another point in favor of the DIhooho was pronounced incurable cent bottles lor sale oy J w uayie CO by physicians death stared him in Big Four route is found in tho faot Effective Mar 27th and during the sammer the F J OHEENBY 43 Toledo O tho face could not lie down for fear that if you enter Cincinnati- on the following Sunday achodule will be in effect 2 Sold by droggiste 75o of smothering to doath Immediately 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