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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 The PfiAMFOBT GEO A BOMDABOUT TERMS ji LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERS DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS 100 In Advance NO TOL XYI Bt BJ FEANKFORT KY SATURDAY JULY 15 1893 CITY GUARDIANS 7i f 45 K y t fj Mswwg3ssraw 1 ml HOUSEKEEPERS FIND Tlio Proccoiliiigs of llio TCfllelont Council at Meeting Tuesdays Nljrlit The city council met in regular 3esslonTuesduy night with President Milam and all the members present Q A Thomas was granted permis Â¬ sion to erect a frame stable A rebate of 100 on accounts in the matter of Henry Ringolds assess Â¬ ment was allowed and on motion of Mr J E Miles the assessment was BEOWEB SCOTT FR1ZRE s Main and Broadway Lexington Ky Royal Baking Powder - SPECIALTIE- Sr V M i Will Keep While Others Spoil 1 Some baking powders are so imperfectly 1 fixed at 7600 M T I made from cheap and inferior materials that g license Mitchell was granted a saloon 1 they spoil or lose their strength During the An adverse report from the com nittee in the matter of a saloon last year thousands of cases of a new brand I license for Sam Luscher was con sold or commissioned upon a guarantee jurred in Engineer McDonald in charge of I have been returned to the manufacturer caked he improvements at the L N 1 or spoiled and useless rairoad bridge in a communication M Lawn Furniture Folding Beds Baby Carriages Brass Beds Iron Beds Mosquito Bars jj i U e D Such powders if used in baking are a vexation They do not make nice bread biscuit or cake but spoil good flour butter and eggs and produce im- pure unwholesome food Royal Baking Powder makes perfect food never wastes good materials never spoils or loses its strength the last spoonful in the can is as good as the first the housekeeper never has cause to return it to the grocer and beg for the return of her money Its invaluable quali- Â¬ ties are familiar to all American housewives who have found its use a reliable guarantee of light sweet pure and wholesome food It is unwise if not dangerous to take chances with other baking powders e fe io the council said that tho trestle across Wilkinson street could not be raised when Mr McClure introduced die following preamble and resolu- Â¬ tions which were adopted viz Whereas The trestle on the L N railroad across Wilkinson street in the City of Frankfort is so low as i o be an obstruction to the free use of said Wilkinson street Resolved By tho Board of Council- men of the oity of Frankfort that the N Railroad Company be said L aid itls hereby ordered and directed to so raise or alter said trestle as to render the travel over said Wilkinson street for vehicles free easy and un Â¬ N Railroad obstructed and said L Company are hereby notified to alter said trestle within thirty days from the passage of this resolution and continue said work until completed N Railroad Com and if said L pany shall fail to raise or alter said trestle within the time required here Â¬ Â¬ Curtain Stretchers Carpet Sweepers Large Assortment Strictly First class Goods fli Correct Prices Cotton and Hair Mattresses Featlier Pillows and Window Shades made to order Old Furniture repaired and refinislied by skilled workmen 1 BRO WER SCOTT ingresolution which was unanimously adopted FRAZEE Carpets Furniture Wall Paper Draperies in tffe tffe Ixls3 COURT OF CLAIMS k the bridge but us thero is a contraot between the city and county on suoh Important Meeting Monday on matters of joint expenses by which the jSTow Bridge and County the county is to pay one third and Bonds the city two thirds the motion was The County Court of Claims held an interesting meeting Monday Be Â¬ sides all the magistrates of the county the members of the city council and a large number of other citizens were ptesent at the delibera Â¬ tions It had been reported on the streets that a number of the magis Â¬ trates were opposed to letting the contract for the St Clnir street bridge and the fear that such an im- Â¬ portant measure in the direction of the citys progress might after all be defeated aroused the citizens to the necessity of attending the meotirig and using their influence with the magistrates County Judge Williams was in the chair Squire McDonald submitted the report of the bridge consisting of himself committee and County Attorney Johnson Squires Rodman Tinsley and Lyon and explained the reasons why the joint committee agreed to accept the bid of the King Bridge Company of Cleveland Ohio for 62500 A discussion arose as to the effect of the order of the Seoretary of War to comnel the oitvand county to build the bridge and also as to the author- ity of the county to issue bonds to pay for it but the best legal advice being favorable to the latter point Squire Rodman moved that the report of the committee be adopted and the County Judge be directed to sign the contraot with the King Bridgo Company After many minor issues had been disposed of the court adjourned for dinner and returned to resume the discussion which lasted until 3 oclock in the afternoon before a vote was Anally readied It stood as follows Yeas Squires MoDonald Rodman Lyons Hughes Oarr Hannen Loo Mooro and Clark 9 Nays Hall Tinsley and Smoot 3 On motion of Squire Rodman tho former oommlttoe was re appointed a committee for emergent necessities on points of differences growing out of tho supervision and construction of tho bridge A motion was then made that tho - county pay one fourth of the cost of Â¬ Â¬ f J m KiatLr fev LWI k i defeated and a resolution passed to the effect that the county issue its bonds for 23000 bearing interest at the rate of not exceeding six per cent payable in thirty years with tho privilege of redeeming after ten years To meet this obligation a tax of five cents on each 100 valuation Squires of property was ordered McDonald Rodman and County At Â¬ torney JohnBon were appointed a committee to look after the engrav- Â¬ ing of the bonds The bridge committee also reported that they had secured the services of a competent engineer in Mr J P Nelson of Lexington to supervise and attend to tho construction of the bridge and that his salary had been fixed at 200 a month one third of which the county is required to pay The report was adopted by a vote of 9 to 3 Squire McDonald then introduced a resolution reciting tho reasons why tho new bridge was necessary under the requirements of the order of the Secretary of War and directing the appointment by the joint bridge com mittee of two persons to appraise the present structure before it is torn down so that the city and council may bo able to certify the actual loss entailed by reason of said Seoretary of Wars order The resolution was adopted After passing a few small claims the court adjournud Last fall I waB taken with a kind of summer complaint accompanied with a woudorful diarrhoea Soon after my wifes sister who lives with us was takeji in the same way We used almost everything without benefit Then I said let us try Cham Â¬ berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhcoa Remedy which we did and that oured ua right away I think muoh of it as it did for mo what it was reoommended to do John Hortzler Bethel BerkB Co Pa 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by J W Gaylo 43 6 JV I V A Bargains Three phaetons one surrey ono buggy and one road wagon all sec Â¬ ondhand but In good repair at Mas 43 tf tin Bros Resolved That the thanks of the council are due and are hereby ten- Â¬ dered Hon E H Taylor Jr for the able and efficient manner in whioh he represented the interests of Frank- Â¬ lin county in both branches of the General Assembly and we desire to express the belief that is the univer- Â¬ sal sentiment of this people regard- Â¬ less of affiliations that he should again represent us in the House of street It was ordered that the contract Representatives The council then adjourned with the King Bridge Company and the city and county for tho building When Traveling of the St Clair street bridge be spread upon the journal Whether on pleasure bent or busi Â¬ Mr Rankins petition in regard to ness take on every trip a bottle of scales in front of his store on the Syrup of Figs as it acts most pleas Â¬ South Side was ro oommitted to the antly and effectually on the kidneys street committee with instructions to liver and bowels preventing fevers report at the next meeting headaches and other forms of sick City Engineer Bailey reported that ness For sale in 50c and 1 bottles a new gutter should be constructed by all leading druggists Manu- Â¬ in front of the property of L B factured by the California Fig Syrup Weisenburg and Mrs Thompson on Co only the south side of east Main street Seeks an Endorsement The Oity Engineer also submitted an important report in relation to Hon L J Cox is announced in the street lines and the continued use of a portion of the oitys high Â¬ another column as a candidate for ways by certain property owners on re eleotion to the office of Represen- Â¬ Shelby Steele and Third streets It tative of Franklin county in the was referred to the street committee Legislature Mr Cox discharged the On motion of Mr McClure it was duties of the office faithfully during ordered that bids bo received by the the time he was a member of the Mayor for the construction of pave Â¬ last House and seeks an endorsement ments and guttering on the south at the hands of his constituents side of Second street with the ex- Â¬ Commenced Worlf ception of the property owned by Mr H Berry and Mr George A Mrs Loulie B Longmoor broke Lewis ground Tuesday for the foundation Mr Watson moved that tho Capi Â¬ of a handsome ten room frame resi Â¬ tal Railway Company be required to dence she will orect upon her lot on give bond It was adopted Second street South Side Mr Fow Â¬ The committee to whom the mat Â¬ ler of Oynthiana has the contract ter of the Manual Training Sohool at the oity school building was referred A boil hurts but It helps recommended the allowance of 200 Jit snows you piainiy wnai you nod It wouldnt be p for that purpose and it was adopted thorn If vnnr falnnd mora The following liconBO wore fixed pure and your system is tho right condition And Hartstein Bros at 00 Mrs Nora thoy would be if youd take Hur Reagins at 10 and Hannen Dr Piercos Golden Medical Discovery ser at 40 Hudson Humphris It carries health with R OasBell were allowed a rebate on All Blood Bkin and Scalp Diseases from a common their taxes for 1893 blotch or eruption to tho On motion of Mr J E Miles tho worst Scrofula ore cured by it It invigorates the City Engineer was direoted to have liver purifies and enriches tho well near tho Fincol property tho blood and rouses every filled organ into healthful action stubborn forms In tho Tho matters requiring numbers to of Bkin Diseases such asmost rheum Eczema Salt be placed on houses whoro the owners Tetter Erysipelas Carbuncles and kindred with in every fail or rofuse to have tho work done ailments and taints Scrofula nothing shape and all blood theres that can was referred to tho street committee equal it as a perfect and permanent remedy Thats the reason its the only medicine of Tho contraot for building the stone its kind that can be guaranteed If it fails wall that fell in near tho Baptist to benefit or cure in any case you have your Churoh was awarded to Mr Miko money back And that makes it the cheapest blood purifier sold for you pay only for tha Parkor food you get Caa you ask mora Mr McOluro presented tho follow Â¬ i be and he is hereby authorized and directed to take proper legal pro Â¬ ceedings to compell said Railroad Company to raise said trestle On a request from Mr Pan Meagher the work house keeper was directed to remove a water pipe which was a nuisance on Mr Meaghers property on Holmes Resolved That the Oity Attorney mm BROS Are Over Stocked shirt waists for ladiesÂ¬ Please note the following prices 35c Shirt Waists for 25c 45c Shirt Waists for 35c 55c ShirtWaists for 40c 75c Shirt Waists for 60c 100 Shirt Waists for Soc 115 ShirtWaists for 85c 200 Shirt Waists for 150 IBfiP T1 4 Tm And they will make big cuts this week in W 1 - vJ 1 Vfl These prices are less than you can buy the material for and make them f fM ws We have 1 5 dozen full regular made hose for ladies in Tan Boot Tops that we will sell you at 19 cents a pair cheap at 25 cents 10 dozen Black hose at cents a pair worth from 15 12 to 20 cents w 300 yards of Pine Apple Tissue at 7 cents a yard worth 124 sun OUR DRESS GOODS 7 c 5 fed IMMENSE STOCK NJ nrj Of Ribbons arrived a few days ago and we can now give any shade width and price that you may want Guarantee prices on all of them because Wo take Little RroEt in 0iir Trade 1 tit U ARJSTEIM BROS MAIN STREET NEAR STATE TIONAL BANK NA- Â¬ f J K fV fr 2- - Zf cb Grand Chance For a Home on Easy Terms 1 fl KENTUCKY INVESTMENT AND BUILDING ASSOCIATION SDBE PRICES I3SrX OT JSSSOLiOrri ONE BLOCK FROM STREET RAILWAY OPPOSITE F M I s r -- V V J5 STREJET I I 1 JJiia il fel i- - SO I f IV I00 I te i6 i 100 i H s 75 13 s 12 v 1689 I - if a 50 4075 TP -- E V w 100 75 100 xh 50 50 200 10 19075 50 m t1 I - 48 40 40 40 48 H h House 5 Booms on this lot 8 i I 500 2 3 4 a s --3 6 7 a a 8 nl 8 f 8 i J 400 200 200 240 50O 1000 750 625 40 40 40 48 SO 60 60 60 60 K T VESSMLLES FAYETTE HEWITT Manager 4Wt TURNPIKE v V L CLARK Next door to State National Bank Â¬ Secretary Toll Guto Firo The residence of the gate keeper afc the first toll gate on the Louisville pike one mile from the city was destroyed by fire yesterday morning between eleven and twelve oclock The toll housej which stands by the side of the rpad only thirty or forty feet away was saved Tho house was occupied by Mr Yount and fami- Â¬ ly at the time who lost about half of their household effects Elder S S Beaver of McAllister ville Juniatta Co Pa says his wife is subject to cramp in the stomach Last summer Bhe tried Chamberlains Oolio Cholera and DiarrhcBa Remedy for it and was much pleased with She the speedy relief it afforded has since used it whenever necessary For and found that it never fails sale by J W Gayle Mr R Rogers wife and daughter Mr Wm Cromwell and bridenvent to Chicago an d Kansas City this week Miss Maggie and son Master Leslie left Thursday for a sojourn at Estill Miss Lillie Cain is at Versailles to visit relatives Springs near Irvine Misses Leonora and Elizabeth visiting her brother Mrs Wm M Kavanaugh after a Pryor returned home to West Vir Mr O E Collins left Monday for ginia Thursday visit to her husbands mother in this French Lick Springs Boone entertained a city returned to her home in Little Miss Mrs Sam B Holmes is home from number Edith friends at the Kenyon Rock Arkansas Saturday of her a visit to Winchester Mi6ses Margaret Lee and Agnes Tuesday evening Mathews who have been visiting Mr Mr Grant Roberts went to the Mr O Todd and children of Nor and Mrs E home Worlds Fair Saturday folk Va are visiting Mrs Ohesney Saturday to J Parker returned New Albany Indiana Â¬ Miss Mamie Roche of Paris is vis in South Frankfort H Misses Beulah Bowles and iting relatives in this city Miss Dolly Bolds after a visit to Tompkins of Richmond Susan Virginia went to are now on a visit to their unole Miss Ninn Parker of Lexington is MiBS Mildred Hawkins visiting Miss Carrie Willis Louisville Thursday Dr J Russell Hawkins near this city Mr T M Shaw of Lexington was Mr Philip D Arnold is visiting Ewald the Governors the gueBb of Col L P Tarlton at page whoKochritz here during the relatives in Mercer county has been Fleetwood this week session of the Legislature returned Mr Ed Harris is home for a months visit to his parents Mrs Cornelia Bush has returned to his home in Henderson Thursday Mrs Ben T Farmer and family are from Chicago and is with her daughCaptDavid OOonnell the keeper ter Mrs Geo F Berry visiting in Anderson county of the Arsenal on account of bad Mr Edward W Hines will take his health was oblige this week to return Misa Carrie Willis is home from a departure to day for a two weeks or to his home in Louisville for recupera- Â¬ visit to friends in Lexington tion more visit to the Worlds Fair Mr O S Berryman of Louisville Mr J F Lewis of Louisville spent Mr Albert Selberb and little son visited Mb mother this week Walter of Cincinnati were here this Sunday and Monday in this city with relatives on his way to the moun- Col Bennett H Young of Louis Â¬ week to visit Mrs M A Selbert tains of West Virginia for a sojourn ville was in the city Monday Mrs Harry Mallory after a visit to of two weeks Senator George H Alexander of her father Col Thomas Rodman sr Misses Allison Allen of Coving- Â¬ returned home to Chicago yesterday Louisville was here this week ton and Bessie Sandusky of LexingMisses Lizzie Brent Daisy Daw ton after a visit to Missses Sue Kava Â¬ Miss Florence Stanton returned Sat Â¬ kina and Addie Dawkins are here naugh and Tillie Branch returned urday from a viBit to Lagrange from Sulphur visiting Miss Nellie to their homes Monday Mr George H Watson is home Staten from a business trip to New York G Sohweers and her moth- Â¬ Mib Father W E Gorey and Father Mc er MrsJ Newman went to Chicago MiflB Maggie Lemon of Lexington Ginley of White Sulphur Scott Monday for a to the is the guest of Miss Una Marshall county left Tuesday for Fronoh Lick WorldB Fair andweeks visit New- Mr Thos D Miss Octavia Miller is seriously ill Springs man who is now residing in Chicago at her grandmothers in Lexington Mrs M McEnnis and daughter j Messrs Gus Dickson John Power MrG H Mastin left Wednesday lor Mrs Obas Nelson of Bellepoint areÂ¬ and W S Ballenger of Indianapolis Â¬ visiting relatives in Columbia Penn- three wheelmen who have been rid- a visit to French Lick Springs Indi sylvania ana ing through the country to Cincin Â¬ Miss Dolly Sample of Owensboro nati thence to Mnysville Millers Mrs Kate M Mauer left Tuesday afternoon for Washington City to re- Â¬ returned home Wednesday accom- - burg Paris Lexington and High tanied by Mrs F W Sample and her Bridge arrived here Thursday and side after a short rest proceeded on their ittle son Oapt Dandridge and wife have re way to Louisville Mrs G M Alves and sons of Hen Â¬ turned from a visit to the White derson are visiting the family of her Mrs Mary S Hendrick Mr and City unole Mr D O Barrett on Camp Â¬ Mrs J B Hendricks Mrs Chapman Miss Sallie Broomfield Mr J S McKendrick and wife of bell street Coleman Lexington visited relatives here this Miss Fannie Hendrick and two nurses Mrs George B Salendor and sister comprise a family party that went week Miss Beatrice Ready returned Mon- Â¬ north Wednesday on a visit of pleasÂ¬ Miss Katie Halloran left Wednes day from two months day for Union county to spend the Louisvillo a visit to their mother in ure and recreation for Ohicacro for intending to stoD over in summer B Longmoor and son ten days to see the Worlds Fair and Mrs go thence Miss Nora Bachelor of Logansport W W Loulie Longmoor and Miss Addams Waukesha for tho rest of the time to Indiana is the guest of Mrs M A loft Tuesday for Chicago to visit tho Selbort I The river column of the Courier Worlds Fair Mrs M Maher and son of Lexing- Â¬ Journal on Wednesday had this to Mr James W Hodges ton are visiting her cousin Mrs children of Lexington arewife and say of Oapb Sam Sanders of this visiting city The veteran Capt Sam San Julia Petrie on Mr J w Hughes and wile dors of Frankfort was in tho city Mrs M J Dudley and daughters Second Btreot yesterday looking as hale and hearty Maggie ind Mary Talbott left yester Â¬ Ho is a Lindsay Gen Dan as he did thirty years ago Judge Wm day for Chicago LindBoy and Mr Frank Ohinn atÂ¬ retired pioneer boatman being ono Miss Willanna Smith of Louisvillo tended the United Statos Court at among tho first to navigate the Ken Â¬ who has been visiting hor cousin Louisville this week as attorneys in a tucky river Time and ago aro deal- Â¬ Miss Emma Morris on Second street largo land casefrqm Harlan and Bell ing kindly with him and wo trUBt ho may live many years to enjoy tho counties returned home Tuesday morning PERSONAL sunshine of happiness as he whiles away the declining days of his long and useful life He is a grand good old man Deaths Â¬ Â¬ Taylor Edward Hobbs the fifteen months old baby of Mr E H Taylor Jr and wife died at the home of its parents at the engine house Sunday The funeral took place Monday afternoon from the Catholic Churoh Bailey Tho many friends in this city of Hon W S Bailey member of the Legislature from Carroll county were deeply pained to learn of his sudden death Wednesday from heart failure at his home near Worthville Mr Bailey was one of the most popu lor members in tho House He was conscientious diligent and efficient in tho discharge of his trust to his people and his death is a loss they will find difficult to supply Graham Mr and Mrs Carlton Grahams infant died Sunday and was buried Monday Matrimonial A Leader Since its first introduction Electric Bitters has gained rapidly in popular favor until now it is clearly in the lead among pure medicinal tonics and alteratives containing nothing which permits its use as a beverage or intoxicant it is recognized as the best and purest medicine for all ail Â¬ ments of Stomach Liver or Kidneys It will cure Sick Headache Indiges Â¬ tion Constipation and drive Malaria Satisfaction guarÂ¬ from the syst6m anteed with each bottle or tho money Price only 50o will bo refunded per bottle Sold by P H Carpen Â¬ Â¬ Dinkle Ho okensmith Cards are out announcing the wedding of Mr Rufus S Dinkle formerly of this city but now of Catlettsburtr and Miss Ollie Hockensmith at the homo of tho brides parents near Peaks ter 2 Mill this county on Wednesday next July 10th Hunter Warrun Thursday Ooun- - j SEALED PROPOSALS ty Clerk Smith issued a marriage li Â¬ cense to Daniel Hunter and Nellie Sealed proposals will be received Jane Warren both colored of this at my office until July 24 at 12 city The bride is the daughter of rri for building pavement curbing Sol Warren deceased and gutters in front of the follow- Â¬ ing property on the the South side Guaranteed Cure of Second street in South Frank- Â¬ fort viz Wo authorize our advertised drug Â¬ L P Tarlton Meta W Tarlton gist to sell Dr Kings New Dis Â¬ covery for Consumption Coughs and Christine Reynolds Thos Rod- Â¬ Colds upon this condition If you man sr Lucy Tate J Stoddard aro afflicted with a Cough Cold or any Luntr Throat or Chest trouble Johnson Mrs W M Longmoor and will use this remedy as directed and Chas F Exum giving it a fair trial and experience The work to be done under the no benefit you may return the bottle and have your money refunded supervision of the City Engineer Wo could not make this offer did wo the specifications of which can be not know that Dr Kings Now Di seen at the city clerks office covcry could be relied on It novet Richard Tobin Attest diBappoints Trial bottle free at Mayor Todd T J Phil Carpenters Drug Store 2 Largo oizo 50o and 100 City Clerk July 13 td 1 a - i VI WONDERFUL I i Is our stock of Diamonds Watches Silverware Clocks etc for our m r Tj KV MIDSUMMER Clearing sale - SB We must sell as it will soon be time for our fall stock Call now for rK f BARGAINS X GEN S B an l tfo vH - S V BUCKNEE 9 fv i V I A Romlniscenco by Col Boyd Wlio Says the General Was About to Join Juarez in Mexico f liUY i r - i i I- a ivi i B ikt X Yir VI ivt HV L t r A v ft1 ki f- - F Boyd of the Kentucky Military Institute and who during the war was an engineer and later an adjutant general in the department of the Confederate Armyj while incidentally alluding on Thursday to his army experience J said Speaking of Governor Buckner I regarded him as the ablest officer among the Generals in our depart Â¬ ment Ho not only furnished abun- Â¬ dant proof that he was a splendid but also a general disciplinarian whosd mlndcould rdadily determine the fine ljno inwartijmes thatdivdes the civil from the military authority and though a soldier himself he in Â¬ variably subordinated whenever it was possible the military to the civil law There is one thing in connec- Â¬ tion with Gov Buokner however which as far as I know has not been published but which better than anything else in his army life attests the sincerity of the man in his devo- Â¬ tion to the institutions of a free Re publican government I hove all the papers and documents on the subject and some day I propose to publish them When the Confederacy was going tb pieces and the generals and soldiers were considering what was advisable for them to do a movement was set on foot by Gen Buokner and his men to go to Mexico and join the command under Juarez who was fight Â¬ ing for the independence of Mexico In the light of the fact that the Em peror Maxlmilllan had boon a friend to the South it was naturally sup posed by those ignorant of the intention of Gov Buckner that he meant to assist Maximilllan and Gen Sher Idan it is known actually so wrote of the matter In his reports to the Secretary of War Before the purpose could be accomplished the knowledge that tthe end of our war had jome and the desire of the soldiers to return to their homes caused the army to melt and disappear like snow in the heat of tho sun I have often wondered though if that movement had been carried Into effect and Jua rez been successful as It afterwards developed whether or not it would not have changed the dostiny of Gen Buokner Of one thing I am sure If Gen Buckner had lived in a State further South he would have been Governor ton or fifteen years before he was eleoted in Kentucky and had a life tenuro on tho United States Son atorshlp If he had cared to accept suoh honors from his devoted South Â¬ ern citizens Opl D -- traiiB-MiBS-issip- pi -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ passed and are in line for appoint- Â¬ HON E II TAYiOIt JR ment when vacancies occur at this post office James B Kelley for clerk Address by the Magistrates of George W SafFell and George Hal The County Requesting Him to Become a Candidate leck colored for mall carriers For The House River Excursions The boats are enabling the people of the city durThe following address to Hon ing this extremely hot spell to enjoy f presentfrequent excursions up the river It is E H Taylor jr was before the nearly every evening that tho Norton- eq by Sguire Whit Hall IGountyOourt ofOlaimBjMondajrandi and barge Nellie Rescue- - or Falls City take exoursion parties to Clifton on motion it was unanimously adopted and Tyrone and High Bridge With sent a certified copy ordered to be to Mr Taylor music moonlight or starlight a cool Hon E H Taylor jr t refreshing breeze beautiful scenery The Magistrates of Franklin county ana loveiy women wno would swel Â¬ assembled at Frankfort on the busi- Â¬ ter in thq city when for a small sum ness of the county take occasion to the delights depioted here await suggest that the next Legislature of Kentucky will be a very important them one for tho interests of Frankfort and Fire Hydrants The Wilkinson Franklin county and from the well street extension of the water mains known fact of your personal popuwas finished Wednesday and the fire larity with numerous members of Hpufie whb hydrants alongthelin6 tle Exten- Â¬ both the Semite and Assembly will we be in tho next General sion will give a protection to proper- Â¬ respectfully and earnestly call upon ty from fire that the people in that you to become a candidate for the part of the city have not hitherto en- Â¬ Lower House from Franklin county We may not bo able to do any good joyed but we feel assured that you can do Ornament To Main iSTREEi The Franklin county much good in the We WA GkinW Company building on new House of Representatives ser-Â¬ insist on your candidaoy and Â¬ Main street is approaching comple- vices An appropriation to build the tion It is a handsome four story new Capital is desired ahdV we feel as Â¬ structure that wou13 be a credit to sured that your personafpopularity the apany olty of ten times the size of with the members can seoure decline propriation You need not Frankfort Besides the offices of the for we propose to elect you any how m W A Gaines Co and the Co the building will be used for Adnfittod tho Facta the bottling department of the first NewHDRDer editors have to be very named firm whioh proposes to put careful in openinaf their columns for up in small pajokage its celebrated Old Crow and Hermitage brands Miles Medical Co are responsible wo make room for the following tes- Â¬ Insane Dennis Harrod of Bald McDougall Auburn Knob was on Wednesday adjudged timonial from R two years noticed a Ind who for for the fourth time to be of unsound stoppage or skipping of the pulse his mind He endeavored to tie himself left side got so tender he could not he was on the railroad track and his brother lie on it his heart fluttered doctors alarmed wont to different observing him and realizing the re- found no relief bnfc one bottle of Dr turn of his insanity followed and MileB New Heart Cure oured him asked permission to help him per- Â¬ Tho elegant book New and Start- Â¬ W Gaylos It form the task The demented man ling Facts ftea at J and nervous dis Â¬ tells all about heart gave his consent when the brother eases and many wonderful euros 3 tied him securely and brought him to the city and had him tried on a S Harris will sell you a good lunaoy warrant before Judge Wil- Â¬ brown cotton at 5 cents a yard a cotton at 5 cents liams He Was taken to Anchorage goodaolieok calico cotton at 5 a yarda cents and good that afternoon by Deputy Sheriff yard Our stock of China silks Sullivan accompanied by thp brother j fancy Ginghams Orope Cloth and 39 tf Injured A colored convict named Ohafiles Is complete Thomasson who got a sentence from Wanted Allvo mun to represent this county two years agobr stealing us in this pity Previous experience Â¬ not necessary to tKe right irianT Adwas badly but not dangerously in dress jured on Tuesday by a piece of wood Plymouth Rock Pants Co on whioh he was at work with a rip 349 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky June lO Ot saw piercing his face just below the eye His wound was dressed by Dr W H Dade the prison physician Buys a No 1 or 2 Rambler with Dismissed The warrant against J non slipping corrugated tires fully V Downing for Bhooting Mrs S F J warranted Kooerts agent Trabue her son Robert and brother Our of vehloles was Mr Berry one night about ten days large stockgrades all prlceB never so All Noth- Â¬ ago was on Wodnosday dismissed ing sold that is not fully guaranteed Got our prices before buying Â¬ - il v f j1 ti H HP OF DISPLHT yi x Â¬ t IM SYi LSi Jiil HANDSOME a A 33 Â¬ PATTERNS m n R ROGERS Now Medical Practice Act Office of the State Board of Health Bowling Green Ky July 12 1893 To the Medical Profession J SON Â¬ m Â¬ J Allen-Bradle- y Â¬ Â¬ 120 i w Sf Top Drawer LOCAL ffl fly 1 - rV li J I K i V Democratic Primary- - To day tho Democratic voters will eleot a candi date by primary precinct meetings for tho position of State Senator As It is Mercer countys turn it is supposed that Hon W W Stephen- Â¬ son of Harrodsburg the present member from Mercer will receive the votes of this county for State Sena Â¬ tor Passed Examination Morris olerk of Examining Board ceived intelligence following persons recent examination Miss Emma tho Civil Service in this city re Â¬ Monday that the1 who stood tho before the Board I 1 I Where the professional standing of The cheapest and best Machine Oil the applicant Is not known he will be 42 tf Dr Hales Household Cough Cure is sold byMastin Bros required to obtain a recommendation is luatly entitled to the praise it is re- Â¬ from the Referee of this Board in his ceiving Wherever Introduced it has Small Farm for Solo county stating that ho is a bona fide proven itself the most reliable reme resident of such county and a repu Â¬ dy known for tho oure of oougfcs A small farm of twenty acres well olds hoarseness whooping cough improved and two miles from this table physiolan As each of these re- Â¬ bronchitis soreness of tho lungs and city on a good pike is offered for salo quirements will bo rigidly adhered to overy kind of a cough from a simple at a bargain For termB c apply applicants will bo saved needless de- Â¬ lay and correspondence by meeting cold to incipient 29 tf consumption at this office The Referee for them at the outset Purely vegotable Always reliable Franklin county is Dr U V Williams and effective For sale at 26 and Millinery of Frankfort and it is suggested that 50 conts per bottle at P H Carpen Â¬ Our second stock of millinery has all applicants from this county forÂ¬ drug store ters just arrived and if you want bargains ward their diplomas or other creden Â¬ call at once and you will find tho tial through him by express in one Buoktons Antic Salve best and oheapest millinery in Frank- Â¬ package Blank Yorms for applica- Â¬ The best salve la the world for fort at S Harris tion may bo had from him Outs BraiseB Seca tRcers Salt Tho General Assembly appears to m Rheam Fever have required this now registration Tttar Chapped Hands MlWaina Goran and all For Sale A good rookawaw horse under more stringont regulations bo Skin Kraptioaa ajM positively ouros Gentle and suitable for family use cause on account of defects in the Piles or no pay reqHiil It guar J N Miles old law carelessness of tho county anteed to gareiMtiafeetten or money clerks mistakes in this office and rofundsd Price 36 oests per box Childrens hats in all shades kinds otherwise many Improper registra For sale by Kko Oabphntbs tions had been made whioh could not and shapes at prioes to please all 8 ly bo corrected in any other way S Harris 39 tf Â¬ Â¬ Justly Entitled to It 37 tf Mastin Bros of Kentucky Â¬ The new law regulating the prac- Â¬ tice of medicine in this State will go into effect on the 3d day of October next By its terms it repeals all the Â¬ old laws relating to this subject and annuls all indorsements and regis Â¬ By order of the Board trations made under them and re Â¬ quires that every physician now en J N MoCormack Secretary gaged or who may hereafter desire to engage In the practice of medi Â¬ cine shall obtain a license from the State Board of Health and have it registered in the county in whioh he resides This applies equally to all graduates whether from medical schools located In Kentucky or else Â¬ where as well as to those who are exempted from obtaining diplomas because reputably and honorably en- Â¬ gaged in practice in this State prior to February 23 1864 As no physician can legally prac tice without this license the Board has arranged to begin to issue them WSOFOB ACftSE ITWIU NOT CORE a to proper applicants from this date An TONIC in order that all may have ample op- Sold asrroeable Laxative and NERVE23c 50ot by Druggists or sent Dy mail package Samples freo portunity to register before the law and goes into operation With his diplo- Â¬ TUTg TUf The Favorito TOOTH TOWTSS ma or evidence of exemption from JQlV mSlSJ for tho Teeth andUreata25o obtaining same each applicant will For sale by VV McKee Hardie HALLS OLD STAND be required to send his ago post Jnn28lv office address place of birth total number of voars encaged in practice 4fi Kentucky tho school or system of JOHN medicine to wnicn ne proiesses to oo- Â¬ long and the license fee of two dolÂ¬ rrKCE lars fixed by tho law Applicants whose diplomas were indorsed under the old law may save themselves tho trouble and expense of forwarding their diplomas again by giving the date o former indorsements but in all other cases diplomas or other doc- A full line of puro Anderson county whiskies uments upon which license are claim Â¬ wines brandies etc ed must be sent to this office Those may be sent by express prepaid or 235 BROADWAY opposite State House by mail with stamps enclosed for re- Â¬ April 15 tf Â¬ Â¬ Every effort will be made to guard these pointsin administering the new law and it is confidently believed that the protection thus secured to our people will many times compensate for the trouble and expense to the profession The labor and ex pense involved in this administration of the old law was done gratuitously until recently but it is believed that the profession neither expects Jor desires that this shall be repeated cas 4 5 i Â¬ V DRISCOLl n 4M tfJ Kfi K3 m fc Liquor Merchant T Â¬ - turn ii v Wi J CHINN JR Of- Â¬ Will practice in all State Courts fice second floor Custom House M V -S a M ptir t Work Worry and Disease are a formidable trio yet the weak person frequently has to meet all of ttiom at onco How can he overcome The answer Is with our Compound Oxtokk and ours only The count loss demonstrations of 23 years war Â¬ rant this reply Our treatment Is available for home use neither need your occupation b e The value of thole interfered with features Is obvious What about your need A book of explanation nnd proof Is yours to consider If asked for now PALEN Drs STARKEY Philadelphia Pa im Arch Street A f V At V - i i TJ m THE fM M Ij FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Entered tit tho post olllcc nt Frankfort Kentucky as second class mailable mntter THE STATE TREASURY Deficit and Coming in to Meet all Demands Tnxclls w BL y- his objections chiefly at tho clerks and assistant clerks of the Senate and House and alBo the colored porters of the State departments who per- Â¬ formed extra services during th The law session of the Legislature requires tho printing of all bills in the course of their passage in each house and makes the clerks responsi- Â¬ ble for the safe keeping of the origi- Â¬ nal drafts It is well known that printers in order to finish their work within a reasonable time must have copies that can be cut into takes and distributed among the composi- Â¬ tors and to do this it is necessary to copy the original drafts of the bills This work was not performed by the clerks but by others whose services the clerks were obliged to engage upon order of the Legislature to have the printing done The colored por ters in most instances performed their extra services in attending to committee meetings at nights only secured total sums ranging and from 25 to 100 to supplement the very small salaries of 25 and 35 month received by them for con Â¬ stant labor during the day Besides these the veto will deny payment for copying bills to many worthy per Â¬ sons in the city inoluding a large number of hard working ladies who have children to support the ground of the objection to this section being that 25 cents a page is not a definite sum to be paid that tho claims should have been audited and the aggregate sums specified in the bill As the work on some bills was not complete and the accounts of all who did the copying not rendered at the time of the passage of the appropri ation act this requirement of the Governor could not have been met The objections to the other sections were based chiefly on the idea that the executive thought the regular pay was a liberal remuneration for an assumption of their services wisdom and desire for reform supe- Â¬ rior to tho entire legislative body which in a Governor who allowed the Legislature to adjourn during the session and then called the members back almost at the next train to patch up his costly blunders and 1b now costing tho State over 8000 a month for her idle convicts measures a ca- Â¬ pacity to save the drippings at the spigot even at the waste of the out- Â¬ pouring at the bung hole And yet such a short sighted close ranging Governor aspires to succeed Judge Win Lindsay in the United States Senate Â¬ Â¬ There was a drop of over 79000 in GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub tho balance in the State Treasury on July 1 as compared with the balance FRANKFORT JULY 15 1893 on June 1 and the deficit in tho gen oral expenditure fund grew in the TUB GOVERNORS VETO 20177687 to same month from Appropriations the liCjrlslu 29036954 but as tho banks are Too Jjlbcml rapidly paying in their State taxes turo Held to by tho Most Costly Gover Â¬ and the sheriffs will within the next nor the State Ever Had week bo set at work collecting the taxes from the individual tax payers Gov Brown vetoed tho general ap- Â¬ there is reason to believe the State aiming will have ample funds to meet all propriation bill Tuesday DRPRICES ftaaHlBaking The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder WfTTitTjffHBilBBBBVVSJr rM le ly USJiPowder DRTJV No Ammonia No Alum Used in Millions of Homes April 15 1V 40 Years the Standard demands and especially the largo sums necessary now for the charita ble institutions and tho next school warrant due in October The following is the statement of the accounts as tested between the books of the Auditors and Treas Â¬ urers offices for the month ending Â¬ W e IVicKEE HARDIE GIST KY Material White Ash Wood Inside Castings Well Galvanized LEAKAGE IMPOSSIBLE Bottom and sides ono continu Â¬ ous Piece of Immber W ML Hti mi open BROWN 10 BALK B m iM VM ButterHadeliTstolO Minutes AGENTS WANTED in ovory town Single churns sold in localities whore we have no agonta at wholeBalo prices to introduce them Seal for Circular ft Pries List v- June 30 1893 SINKING FUND 149fi3261 1123040 HALLS OLD STAND FRANKFORT We keep a full line of PATENT DRUGS AND in - CO O Balance May 81 Receipts June No expenditures WAPAKONETA leaving amount on 16106891 hand July 1 SCHOOL FUND Balance May 31 Receipts June Expenditures June 30168612 1383290 MEDICINES C Wm WRIGHT U1 East Main St And cordially ask our friends to give us a call Frankfort Ky Jnue 24 8ra vVjd A 31541902 64160 31477742 47584633 L W McKEE HARDIE Jan21 ly L GrAYLE The only patent churn which will bear a guarantee jtM r nJm v vtsrf M N GENERAL EXPENDITURE FUND Deficit May 31 20177687 Receipts Expenditures June Deficit July 1 7889523 12288164 17348790 29686954 17947679 LOOK HERE Have you seen the new and complete stock of H G MATTERS THE-- tM n jtS Balance tn Treasury July 1st Decidedly Shaky trembling hand on uncertain step fidge- Â¬ tiness Indicated by restless shifting from one place or posture to another usually mental an Â¬ noyance at unexpected noises are among the These Indications ot extreme nervousness seem trifling but the health ot men and women liable to In this condition Is decidedly shaky to be overthrown dlrasterously by causes which the vigorous might defy To fortify the nervous system general vigor must through the medium of reinforced digestion and a removal of nit impaired oower of sleeping at night be raised to a a guarantee of this Is healthful standard Hos tetters Stomach Bitters which re estubilshes digest on bile secretion und the habit i nody on a permanently regular basis thun renewing that bodllveaulllbrlum which Ms followed by u Rain of strength und nerve tranquillity For kidney neuralgia and Ms a complaint rheumatism preventive of the first attack or subsequent re turn or malaria aisoruers mis meuicine is wnu out a peer Thrice dally take a wlneglassful A Â¬ If not that everything is new and at Hock Bottojn Prices TITSP GOODS call and examine and satisfy yourselves J4URSEY 232 israr STieEiEiJC PlflPlllltl i 334 MAIN STREET Wi vw 1 FRANKFORT KY 1 HflWEJSl BRASS KETTLES iwrnmyMWiuiMiiiwiliiliMW Notice to Teachers The Franklin County Teachers Association will convene at Benson N Railroad five miles on the L west of Frankfort Saturday July 29th 1893 the last Saturday in this Everybody is cordially In- Â¬ month vited to be present Dinner will be served on the ground and a delight Â¬ We the un Â¬ ful time is anticipated dersigned beg leave to submit the following program Rev L P Hulette Invocation Address of Welcome Prof S A Hu- Â¬ Col John L Scott Response Primary Arithmetic John Porter and To reduce your weight SURELY use Wlllarda Obesity Pills and lose 15 pounds a month No No Interference with busi Â¬ Injury to the health STARVING They build NO ness or pleasure up and Improve the general health beautify the Lucy complexion and leave NO WRINKLES Anderson 84 Auburn street Cambridge Mass Three bottles of your Obesity Pills re- Â¬ writes duced my weight from 225 pounds to 190 and I never felt better In nil my life Lain much pleased with the result und shall do all I can to help you Our patrons Include Physicians Bankers Lawyers and leaders ot Society Our goods are not sold In drug stores all orders are supplied direct from our office Price per pack Â¬ age 200 or three pxekages for 500 by mall pre- Â¬ paid Particulars sealed 4 eta ALL CORRES- Â¬ PONDENCE CONFIDENTIAL -- FATPEOPLE 52S J 1 ENAMELrED KETTLES WILURD REMEDY AplJWm CO BOSTON MISS GRANITE KETTLES EN K1TTTLES FOR PRESERVING FRUIT 1 Kentucky Midland Ry S lortest and i quickest between AND CINCINNATI FRANKFORT i Oalr direct lino between lette GROSS BROWN Two Souls With But a Single Thought The United States Senate The announcement of Adjutant General Gross candidaoy for the State Senate is accepted as an of Gov authentic announcement Browns candidacy for the United States Senate against Judge Wm Lindsay of this city It is probable the whole State now will soon be that in the throes of a Lindsay Brown struggle for State Senators and There is much im- Â¬ Representatives portant work for the next Legislature to perform and the very best material What should be selected to do it Gen GroBs cjaim to such a standard may be based upon has not been dis- Â¬ He is olever covered in this city enough if that could be made a use Â¬ ful qualification but as far as ability is considered he is known chiefly for slapping President Cleveland on tho knee and refusing to allow Frankfort merchants payment for goods bought and used by the State If ho should be elected he will be in politics up to his eyes helping to boost his friend the Governor into tho seat many times too large for him which Judge Lindsay is filling with such distinguished ability School Government Misses Virgie Nelson and Maggie Downey R H Gardner School Laws Dinner 12 m Exercises continued 2 p m Our Schools John H Shipp Miss Lucy Pattie Primary Reading L F Johnson Address Our Children Cols Ford aud Hunter Squire Dan Moore Evolution O H Parrent May Bohannan Lizzie Ma6ruder Committee Committee on Introductions Jen- Â¬ nie Goddard Etta Moberly Eliza Spalding and W W Cardwell V Moore W W Wiley P S Everybody come and dont forget the time place and dinner Everyone solicited to bring a basket We nave new horses in the harness th v trot nicely dont balk or get Bob is a good leader with lazj him at the helm means harbor in D L M safety Ilifflx Living O H Parrent Masons Fruit Jars Plain Glass Fruit Jars Stone Fruit Jars and Tin Cans For Preserving Frankfort lisle Georgetown and Paris Fal Â¬ Car Â¬ Uaysrilie Cjntliiana mouth and Covington m V M MIDLAND ASK FOR TICKETS VIA KT THAIRS RUN 1Y GEHT8IL STA1DKRD TIME Jr1 TIME TABLE MAY 27 I 1893 TRAINS B AST Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv I A M No 1 v I M No 8 P M No 7 22 tt Summit Elkhorn Swltzer Htnranlne Ground Duvall B Frankfort A 700 700 718 720 736 742 749 76a 711 340 346 362 400 418 424 460 502 616 625 431 411 1245 1265 110 125 145 205 220 245 XX l ia DV1IJLWTTW Mar 18 H H Lv Georgetown Lv C S Depot Lv Newtown Lv Centrevlile Lv Elizabeth Ar Paris TRAINS WE8T Lv Paris Lv Johnnon 155 30 R08 0 PA 816 820 aiX 510 8 20 830 845 6lB 627 463 425 INo2 c 11IPMI tM PM No 4 601 fi12 OIO lNo8INo12 443 749 803 612 832 852 905 915 925 a ly Ar Elizabeth Ar Centarvllle Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar U Constipation do permanent good indigestion biliious attacks sick or bilious headaches and all derange ments of the liver stomach and bowels are prevonted relieved and cured Theyre guaranteed to give satisfac tion in every case or your money re funded Â¬ if you keep at it is apt to tell on the liver The things to prevent this are Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets Take one of these little Pellets for a corrective or gentle laxative throe for a Cathartic Theyre the smallest easiest to take pleasantestfand most They natural in the way chey act Â¬ Lawn Mowers Friends I stand at the HEAD for Hardware auri on LAWN MOWERS I Newtown S Depot Georgetown Duvall 905 916 920 92S 9 9 660 000 B Johnson ArStamplngGround Ar Swltzer Ar Klkliorn Ar Summit Ar Frankfort 1010 1017 1023 10 30 aS5 64 i 6 43 A 1042 1049 1056 1105 fi55 8 04 715 730 721 t Ft viv1 2BS rj A connects with L N B connects with Q 0 and C connects with K C M5I LS the ifl fl n Effective Muv 27th and during tho summer following Sunday schtdulo will be In effect SUNDAY TRAINS Lead The Market e ai mm 323BI20ADWAY Street tummmmmm t San Captain Sweeney U S A Saratoga Saloon just opened with Diego Oal says Shilohs Oatarrh Remedy is the first medicine I have tho best brands of wines and liquors ever found that would do mo any of all kinds and a fine lunch always good Price 50 cents Sold by W on hund Soup ovory day 21 H tf MoKoo Hardio Jake Ahler Propr Tho worst cases ofOhronic Catarrh in tho head yield to Dr Sagos Ca tarrh Remedy So certain is it that its makers offer 500 reward for an bicurablo caso Â¬ - 2 xincih oaruiviEioisr 400 450 500 East No 5 leaes Frankfort 745 a m Georgetown 840 arrhos at Paris 015 a m No 3 leaves Frankfort 340 p ni Georgetown 450 at Paris 625 p in arrives George Â¬ AVest No 0 leaves Paris 9 30 a m town 1005 arrive Frankfort 1105 a m No 4 leaves Paris 560 p mi Georgetown U3U arrives lit Frankfort 730 p in The Kentucky Midland Railway and connec Â¬ tions form the shortest and cheapest route to ml points north south east and west For further Information apply to their agents C I K B WKITZKL DEItCAW City Ticket Agent Gen Pass At GEO B HARPER Gen Supt i9 i jSI a Job work neatly exe Â¬ cuted at this office illStJ M Let us furnish you a nice If not one of this stylewe carry U F 1 VEHICLE WE HAVE THEM IN ALL BIOS T EVERY KIND r S BEST AXLE OILS Wi 5 s 1 r i TT O rfc SsT cfc vm ji f -- Ui i w t YOUD WANT -- I v V 1 - v I K - m 91 w You want A t 7 V BEST MACHINE OIL iv- - One right here in Frankfort where you can go through the shops and see good vehicle Wjio can supply that want better than a home manufacturer every detail of the work You then can know what you are getting and one visit to our plant will convince you of the great difference in 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 f Pi - THE v KENTUCKY BUGGY AND HARNESS WORKS i r m J INCORPORATED A 1 C i IF YOU WANT TAKE YOUR -- m i Ft W i r Iff NICE CLEAN AND PRACTICAL WATCH WORK DONE WORK TO c r9 a j iT W L COPPERSMITH THE JEWELER FRANKFORT fiOUNMBOUT FRANKFORT JULY 15 1890 Ti 4l- o fl x the Diocese and the church at large and its influence in the community has largely increased until to day it Zj N Rates Â¬ L N TIME TJLBLB The following time table is now iu effect upon the L fc N road TBAINB WE6T No281eaveBFrankfort No 17 leaves Frankfort No 21 leaves Frankfort No 19 loaves Frankfort TRAINS EAST 986 a 805 p m 785 p in B50 am m- - No 80 mixed train fott leaves Frank- 600 a m No 18 loaves Frankfort No 20 leaves Frankfort N 24 arrWes Frankfort No 22 leaves Frankfort 1015 685 p jn 855 p ru Anchorage and No 20 will fltop at for for passengers Christiauaburg Lexington and points beyond Nos 28 17 and 21 conneot at Lagraage for Cincinnati Nob 28 and 21 connect at Anohorage for Bloorafleld Branch H B Loobdov 448 p m am Agent BEV TL A PENICK Tlxo Vestry of Ascension Churcli Accept His Resignation as Rector and Pass Resolu Â¬ tions of Esteem The following preamble and reso- Â¬ lutions adopted this week by tho Vestry of Ascension Ohuroh testify to tho esteem in which Rev E A Poniok the rector who has accepted a call to a ohuroh in Oamden N J is held by his parishoners The undersigned having been ap- VeBtry of Ascension by Sointed as athe committee to prepare resolutions relating to the resigna Â¬ tion Of the Rev E A Peniok as Rector of this Parish beg leave to report as follows This Vestry has received with une qualed regret the resignation of our beloved pastor the Rev E A Peniok Mr Poniok arrived in our midst and took ohargo of this PariBh about tho first day of April 1880 and from that date until now has boon in continu- Â¬ Although a young ous service here when he came to us and our man oondition most unpromising ho did riot falter and our circumstances andÂ¬ surroundings to day evidence tho re sult of his thirtoon years of faithful labor as our teacher and advisor Under hiB administration as Rector in this Parisx tho ohuroh has grown and prosporod It has inoroased in membership its ilnanolal condition has been vastly improvod and is now quite satisfactory it has dlsohargod with orcdlt ovory duty and cull to IN v may be confidently stated it stands second to none The influence and services of Mr Penick have not only been of great potency in our church but have spread over and have been most beneficent throughout our entire community and State He has been to us not only an instructive and in Â¬ teresting preacher from the pulpit but an example of brave Christian courage and energy in all cue waiKs of life Ho has been the helpful com- Â¬ forter and assistant alike of the old And vouncr the rich and noor all have received his healthful counsel and advice and felt hiB earnest sym Â¬ pathy in times of trouble error and want and have been encouraged thereby to the observance of duty He has been to us a model pastor Jlesolved That this Vestry do now accept the resignation of Rev E A Peniok aB Rector of this ohuroh and That in thus severing our Pariah official connection with our beloved pastor we desire to express deep re Â¬ gret that duty calls nim to labor iu another flejd May our loss prove a gain to him and to those to whom he goes Resolved That wherever he may go he will carry with him our affection- Â¬ ate regards and the recollection of his many kindness 38 and his manly earnest and efficient Christian work in this community will ever be in our hearts and minds Resolved That this preamble and these resolutions bo spread upon the minute book of the vestry and the secretary bo directed to furnish an official copy to the Rev E A Penick D W Lindsey A W Overton On account of ex Confederate reunion at Birmingham having been postponed until September excursion rates to that point are withdrawn H B Logsdon Agent DR W I KELLEY Veterinary Eemedies PREP AIIEDDT TDK OF C1NCINN AT IO will be at the Fsossrxis IN LEXINGTON KY hotel Kentucky Veterinary Medicine Co MT STERLING KY M i The Saratoga Saloon just opened at 217 St Olair street has the fipest Saturday July 22 1893 and best liquors and is fitted up in Saturday August 12 1893 Saturday September 2 1893 the latest style Jake Abler 44 KERTUCKYTF VETERINARY MEDIGUIE 2ti jh i a fjS YUfK ft sr i btiu it CO tf Proprietor To Danville August 8th to 11th inclusive the Kentucky Midland will sell tickets to Danville and return at one fare for the round trip on account of Colored C D HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without surglca operation and wltu little or no palu REEERENCES W McKeo Hurdle Frankfort Ky J A ticott Frunkforr Ky Dr E M Gober Frnnklort Ky J T Staten Frankfort Ky V Berberlcli Frankfort Ky Kev L P Uulett Benson Ky w TVr AS 51 TRADE MARK h Fair Bercaw G P A CvftuPfEcis ANTIOSTINE for Splints Curbs 8paTins4e Colic Remedy Remedy for Pneumonia In- Â¬ fluenza Distemper etc lMl and Gall Olnt-A H McClure Frankfort Ky inent Bllsterlnr 01ntmnt Eyo Lotions Ky V J Hughes Frunkfort Physic Balls Skin Lotion Wart Remedy David Moore Benoon Ky Voim Powders Stlmulatlne Liniment UterÂ¬ J as M Wlthrow Frankfort Ky ine Tonic Uterine SedatlTO Wound Dressing Cough Mixture Alterative Fluid Mineral DR KELLEYS oftlceund resldenco Is at 269 West Eighth street Cincinnati anil where he may Tonic and Condition Powders be found even day of each week except SATUR Pamphlets describing these diseases DAYS and the mode of treatment sent free to any one W I KELLEY M D by aodresslng 206 St CLAIR STREKT HALLS 259 W Eight St Cincinnati O DRUGGIST OLD STAND CONSULTATION FREE -- W McKee Hardie Gm 9 Sole Agent For Frankfort Ky IHIlIltIllIIIHIIIUimillllllllUlllllllllHlllllIlIlia Pebl8 SEWING WARRANTED ROYAL Hnf 4 Tjft MACHINE KE ariESCE- - iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMtiuiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiia MQNON ROUTE The Direct and Popular Line to y i Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasaut and refreshing to the taste and acts Nice Tjots on the fently yet promptly cleanses Kidneys tho sysand Bowels Mr James M Todd offers for sale tem effectually dispels colds head- Â¬ in another column four of the best building lots to be had in the city aches aud fovers and cures habitual Syrup of Figs is tho They are located in one of tho best constipation remeuy oi its uiuu ever pro oniy residence portions of the city duced pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to tho stomach prompt in Dr Halos Household Tea its action and truly beneficial m its effects prepared only from tho most Ts a pleasant herb drink whioh posi Â¬ healthy and agreeable substances its tively cures dyspepsia liver com many excellent qualities commend it and all kidney diseases no dose a day taken at bed time to all and have made it tho most does tho businoss SS and 50 eta popular remedy known package Get it to day at P H Syrup of Figs is for sale n 50o ARPEKTKJfcS drug stOTO and 81 hottles by all leading drug Any reliable druggist who gists Choap Flowers not have it on hand will pro may cure it promptly for any one who Partieswlshlng choap roses can buy wishes to try it Do not accept any flinm nt V PnwtirH crrunn hniiBU 20 substitute for 100 Ho is selling rosebuds of CALIFORNIA FIG SYBUP CO all kinds excopt American Uoruitlou OAL SAN FRANCIS0O at 75 oents per dozon T M osce Turner enjoys 5 YEARS Â¬ CHICAGO And all Points NORTH and WEST A1 Â¬ Â¬ BlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllUllllllllllllllllllllllllllie Vestibuled Trains Dining Car ervices Palace Chair Cars Puman Buffet Sleepers B Â¬ Â¬ HasaXano High Arm sottlnir Ncedlo lias a Belf throuUlng Shuttle Iloa a Solf Una No Equal In Construction a Mechanical Appearance lias Has mi Elecitut InUli a Perfect - lias a losUlvo Adjustment XaKc un lias lias Stylish Furniture 5 lias Sloru Good Sewlmr Qualities and s does a larger Ilango or General Work S than any Sowing Muchlno In the VVorld Examine THE ROYAL for points of S sL And Only First Classs Accommodations Vox Further Information Address 5 L vs H Bryant C P A W G Crush D Fi A s s excellence and you will buy no other LOUISVILLE KY 1 OR ROYAL S H CO Rockfotd 111 LOUISVIUC KY NEW iOBK NY iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiijiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiS Jas Burlier G P AM Chicago 111 y 1 Iffi S2S232Z5SK2S2S tt- iv P Refrigerators Ice Cream Freezers Gasoline Stoves Coal Oil Stoves Screen Cloth Fly 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 Fruit Cans Water Coolers Mason Jars IA A or OIBElftr I T BUOKLJEY wmmmgz L BMARSHALL V M RELIGIOUS 1 Ktf Methodist Ohurch Rev E H Pearce D D of Danville will preach to morrow morning at 11 oclock Dr Pearco is a very able divine and all are invited to hear him No night service Sunday school at 930 a m Advertised Tjetters at Frankfort Tuesday July 11 1893 The funeral services were conducted by Rev J Kentucky Below will be found a list of adver Â¬ A GAINES July tised letters for the week ending 15 1893 Millar Spencer Oakins Mack Odonnell Charlie Phillips Miss Em- Frank BaVtist Church Rev W C Tay- Â¬ D ma lor the pastori will occupy his pulpit Dupont Harry to morrow morning No service at Dickerson Mar- Power Mrs Fan- shal nie night Paine O V Sunday school at 930 a m in the Everett E R Follis Mrs Anne Richards Frank chapel Right Henry Foster Ben Roberson Henery Presbyterian Church Rev Flint Dr J BMrs Runds Miss Gert First J McOlusky Blayney D D will Frazer Mr Renner James H John occupy his pulpit to morrow morning Grubbs Mrs at 11 oclock No service at night nie lieT Scrugs Mrs Ad Garrett W L line Southern Presbyterian Church Harris David Sebree Leslie Rev W G Neville the pastor will Hardin J D occupy his pulpit to morrow morn- Â¬ Hoagland Mrs Schmidt Mr Mary Smock Miss Re ing at 11 oclock Union service beckah Harris N at night Irvin George W Thomas Mrs Wil Episcopal GnuRon Rev E A Jonnson Miss Sal- - lie lie Penick the rector will conduct the Jelico Mrs Ann Thommas Mrs Lizzie usual services to morrow at 11 a m Johnson Mrs Thonson Eugene and at 8 p m TownsleyA L Fannie Jackmeir Frank Tutson Mrs An Uatholig Church The usual JefTerss E B nie services at the Ohurch of the Good Johnson Spence Willas Miss Car Shepherd to morrow will be con- Â¬ Journ William rie ducted by Rev Father W E Gorey Kenney Mrs D Whitt Henry A Walter A Wood the pastor Harvesting Ma-High mass at 8 a m low mass Long Ohas Leslev J W chine Co at 10 a m and vespers at 300 p m McQuillen Ed The union services will be held at When calling for these lettora say J M Saffell P M the Southern Presbyterian Ohurch advertised Rev W O Taylor of the Baptist Ohurch will deliver the discourse Unsolicited Rev W G Neville will preach at The following testimonial came to the Bridgeport Presbyterian Ohurch us Kenyon Thomas Co Adams to morrow afternoon at 4 oclock S Y Gentlemen For the past two years I have suffered terribly with Anderson Will Brown Miss Lou Burley Lucoy Christian Ohurch Rev George Bowen Dr Jno Darsie the pastor will occupy the Carter John JET pulpit to raorrow at 11 oclock No Ohinoult George service at night Cox J A McMinous Miller Edmund Mattie Materson Virgie Miss Miss Mazes Mrs Marth H Burdin after which the remains were laid to rest in the cemetery at Switzer Mrs J H Bowen who hasjbeen in feeble health for quite a while is still very ill During tho past two weeks our com- Â¬ munity has been blessed by tho be- Â¬ stowal of abundance of rain Wheat threshing in full blast The yield is excellent but owing to the low price the farmer is rather aespon derit i i Oats and timothy are being har- Â¬ vested The crops seenr to be yield1 ing abundantly i f Corn about all laid by The crop in this section bids fair to be considerably above the average Tobacco is looking very well some being ready for topping Mr Hugh Colston has beenjln Shol by county a few days this w6ek Bussell Hughes hasjtccepled po- Â¬ sition in tHe drug store of Dr Gayle in Frankfort where he proposes to fit himself for thedtittes xf a pharma- Â¬ -- cist Mr Ben T Hughes of Greenville Ohio has been in our village this weok visiting his relatives Mr J H McBride who has been sick for many months remains in a precarious condition Buckner and wife of Dr Shelbyville visited their son Dr W T Buckner and wife in our burg last Sunday Rev Polk South preached at the Christian Church in this place last Wednesday night J LiB MARSHALL CO J i eal Estate and Insurance A gs Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a Real estate bought sold or leased share of the insurance patronage gooclilinelof both city and cdunfry property fdr sale at all times A i u i Â¬ Â¬ OFFICE 236 MAIN STEEET FOR SALE side FOR SALE FARM A GARDEN located OF a provtd on 121 ao a aesiraDje party wim u Binuu uuiuuub miles from Frankfort of cash cquld arrange to sell on eaay5veekly paym nt8 A 1 VRAHfR COTTAOV OP THREE ROOMS lot 50 by 160 feet on Short street SoutH ACRES WELL IM good turnpike road S iJ li 0R STALE ON V THE THREE located und In good SOUTH SIDE neighborhood 650 750 and 850 or 2000 cash for all Prices SALE TIIE CHESS WARREN This property would make a good invest- Â¬ three OFFER WE property FORthe Forks of ElkhorniTonslst ment as It rents well and Is now paying 19 per at Three desirable parties who can make liiK of a two story frame residence of eight month rooms u frame cottage of six rooms Rod a small cash payment can arrange to pay the ThlB property Is cen Â¬ balance In weekly installments several vacant lots trally located nnd 1b very desirable for either resi property dence or business COTTAGE8 Â¬ Forks of Elkhorn BUILDING- LOTS FOR SALE ments at Thorn Hill at a bargain OF FIVE ACRES ImproveA GARDEN FARM rooms and otherwill WITH residence of five property Â¬ MEDIUM PRICED BUILDING SITES WE desire to call special attention to the Bar Â¬ rett lots on Holmes street Two new residencesÂ¬ have Just been completed on a part of this prop erty and we hnve one mom lot 5U by 200 feet which we will sell at a bargain to some desirable party who will build Immediately This be sold How to Become Floshy Dr Miles Nervine not only cures all nervous dfoousos headache blues nervous prostration sleeplessness neuralgia Sfc Vitus dance fits and hysteria but altfo builds up the body I am pleased to say that after years of intense Biulering with nervous dis Â¬ ease headache and prostration I tried Dr Miles Restorative Nervine and in two weeks gained eight poundB in weight Irbould not fie down to sleep butvnow sleep perfectly easy and arrf still improving wonderfully Cannotsay enough for tho Nervine Mrs L B MjjjIARD Dunkirk N Y One customer used Nervine and gained fifteen pounds in flesh says BhowhMaybury Cortland N Y Trial bottles and elegant - FORJENT ROOMS COTTAGE Conway A FRAME street we ure OF SEVENproperty laON In South Side This good repair authorized to rent at 15 FOR SALE two story frame residence of six rooms on Shelby Ptrpet between Cross and Cnnipbell South Side This nrooerty U well located and would mnke a very desirable home The lot is 40 by 200 feet FRAME RESIDENCES 2 TWO STORYon North St Claslr streetOF NINE anrf one rooms each per monthi and it HIGHVIEW The Pin Guessing Contest W The following should have appear Â¬ ed in our last issue but was left out by mistake We the undersigned hereby certi- Â¬ fy that wo placed the pins in the jar at Messrs Weitzel ODonnells on the first day of March and sealed the same On the ilrst day of July we took them out the seal wo had placed upon the jar being intact counted the pins and found the total number to be 18817 Upon examina- Â¬ tion of the guesses at the number we found that of Mr J M Williams to be the nearest correct he having guessed 18814 Geo A Lewis 11 John B Dryden will have his traveling expenses to Chicago hotel bll and admission into the Worlds Fair for one week paid by The ODonuell Messrs Weitzel way from 2000 up guesses ran all the Mr Williams as the lucky guesser to 60000000 Fisli in llio Pipe There should be a strainer placed upon the mouth of the water main leading from the reservoir to tho city to prevent fish getting into it Only a few days ago tho water motor at Sons fishing reel Messrs Milam manufactory refused to run and an examination of the service pipe re- Â¬ vealed the faot that it was filled with dead fish In getting them out a We sickening stenoh was raised have also hoard others complain that tho water from their hydrants smolled badly and perhaps the smell was from the same cause Give us pure water above all things during hot weather sV ft DESIRABLE COTTAGE OF FIVE HATE During what doctors call eczema WE rooms A Highvlew for sale This prop- Â¬ on this timo I have consulted several erty has a lot 112 by 1U2 feet and would make a physicians and used a number of very desirable home well known rerriedies but could get no relief until finally I was urged to FOR 100 BUILDINGL0TS give your remedies a trial I canuot say enough in praise of them At OFFER FOR SALE A NDMBER OF present I am as well as I over was in SIX ROOMS A BRICK RESIDENCE OFgiven May 1st ON WE building lots on Wilkinson street at ono Broadway Possession my life and owe my rancero thanks to hundred dollars each you for Dr Hales Household Oint- Â¬ ment and Tea Any one doubting the sincerity of this testimonial will confer a favor by addressing very book Khi free at J W Gaylos 3 N J McNabb raly yours Leominster iMass Is Marriage a Failure These remedies are for sale at 25c and 50c at P H OABFBzrase drag Have you been trying to eefc the Btore bout out of existence without health i in your family Have you been Forks of Elkliom wearing out you life from the effects Regular services at the Christian of Dyspepsia Liver Complaint and Indigestion Ohurch to morrow at 11 oclock a m night Do you Are you sleepless at awake in tho morning 8 p m and feeling lagaid with coated tongue Rev Thacker of the Southern Bap and sallow kaggard looks Dont do tis Thoolbgical Seminary preached it A horfc is the camp tells how ON MAIN STEET TO at Buck Run last Sunday Aunt Fannys Health Restorer has you Trial Prof L O Mitchell of Georgetown cured others it will cure size 50c at Large College has been called to fill the po- Â¬ paokage free sition as pastor of the Buck Run Chapman WiHiaxas Capital Hotel EasEmEnt nf 46 Ohurch A first class second hand mower for BQTThey will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a Last Saturday July 8th the Frank Â¬ Association sale cheap at Mastin Bros 42 tf Teachers lin County short time convened in tho court house in the Every Farmers Benefit city of Frankfort at whioh time the DKaTUqOAUTT following officers were selected to To cajl and see Jake Ahler at his new liOBT IS qCAWITI serve for tho ensuing year Robert quarters the Saratoga Saloon Finest Shipp Vice wines brandieb and whiskies to be H Graham President President Willie E Parrent Secre Â¬ had anywhere Also burgoo and fine U Hi 3 1UA V lt j ni tary Miss Bonnie Hookensmith As Â¬ lunch every county court day 44 tf sistant Secretary and Misses Lizzie o I Magruder and May Bohannan and O J KM i An tA Glad Tidings tuxi 4tima iw H Parrent Committee on Programme ii Tho next meeting will be hold at The grand speoiflo for tho prevail- N R R Satur Â¬ Benson Station L day July 22d 1803 at whioh time and ing malady or trie ago Dyspepsia plaoe it is desired that all the teach Â¬ Liver Complaint lihoumutiBto Oob unMH 6UBES H0TH1HG BUT PILES tiveueee Genoral Debility eta ia ers in tho county bo present Aunt Fannys Health Restorer This FOR SO YSARS Rev Burdin ministered to his flook erent herbal tonio stimulates the A SURE and CERTAIN CURE at Boeoh Ridge Shelby county last aitfcstivG organs rogulntoi the sys Â¬ rim lod all Worm KomocMos known for IB years as the BEST BOTTLE GUARANTEED EVERY Saturday and Sunday tem to vigorous hoalth and onergiwi REMEDY FOR PILES frfrdIirBICUABQTiTWBEB CO HMUU Mrs Wash Troxel who had boon Samples free Large packages 50o mpftitlSOLD EVERYWHERE CO BTL0P1 tr BlcmKMOMTAIUKMKP Williams 46 siok for several months died last Sold by Chapman RENT ARSHALL CO JACOB SWIGERT CO Have Removed From the Bafzell Building 101 AND 102 ANN STREET the m Oil VERMSFUfiE pit mum mn a TABLERSDII C W BUGKEYEijLC TMENT t v i w JBbBVSSSBSSSSSSSSSSSSSshHLSSSSSSSxSBBSSsTmBSSSSSSS 4PSSvRBy pBSjSXanPyVSPBSavSaSSVaiSPflSaSft JIKf9FBBKnNfQm0RGHKWBwT R V M o KV WB 0533SDF3O37 TO Change General 3Ligbt and GKLass ISnjLslies 1 Location for X3ea-V37- usine ss Sad-d-lex- y i 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 rw ware WTll Paper Slamess Paints Oils ZDoors Blinds Wagons S uxr3es Zron EoofLng Varnish 3asli ZKocls Cement Plaster X Se wer Pipe Flue Pipe T7ire SpolsesSalt Iron Lime Tools Harness ieatlxer Lace Xjeatlxer G arden Eims ZEBope vST neels Pisningr Taclszle Oatler and Binder ar srine Guaranteed ZE3ose and La wn Mo wers Scc ZEaZaxd -- IfiTsLlter JL Wood-Cor Main and Lewis Streets CLEAN UP Rase Ball T Ar m A COLLINS trict Opposite the Farmers Bank w ANNOUNCEMENT Remove tlio Caiiscs That Pro Â¬ The Frankforts and the Mutual duce Foul Odors and Pre Â¬ Club of Louisville played a game at Lake Park Thursday afternoon before serve tlie Health of the a rather Bmall audience The game City was exciting at times but on the The Board of Health should bo whole nob very interesting The vis booking after the foul odors that arise itors presented a strong nine and in various parts of the city after played good ball being strengthened An intolerable stench by Zahner and Reeder of the Lex night fall week pervaded the neighbor ingtons while onr boys played list this hood of Main and Lewis streets lessly the first part of the game The another at Wapping and St Olair visitors took the lead at the start and and another from the alley from held it up to the fourth inning when Steele to Shelby back of Third street the home team forged ahead In There may be others which are their half of the fifth the visitors equally deleterious to health and it again went ahead but in the seventh would bo well in the face of extremely our boys came to bat and Henry hot weather and liability of an at Â¬ Lindsey made ahit Wintersmith was tack of all kinds of fevers if not given his base on balls and Ad Mc cholera for a regular smelling com- Farland made a home run driving in mittee to make the rounds of all the the other two men and the game was streets in the city after dark and won VanDerveer was put in to pitch locate the dangerous filthy sources the last four innings and but one The oitizens cannot be too careful now soratch hit was made off him Fol- Â¬ in keeping their premises clean and lowing is the score Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ free from all noxious vapors and in FHANKFORT their efforts to preserve their health Barrett b and that of their friends and fellow Ltudsey H rfss Wlnteramith citizens They should make it a point to Davis c inform DrSE James of theBoardof McFarlandW pnud If 2b Lindsey Health of every disease breeding Hale cf N Lindsey lb stench that may come within their VanDerve r If and p knowledge If immediate attention TotalB is not given to this warning the Mutuals autumn will bring an unusually Knlehoff If 3b heavy penalty in the death rate Zahner 2b Reeder Burn scrape and clean and thorough- Â¬ McGrew ss Kudolpb ly disinfect with lime or carbolic HolBclaw cf rf callb acid and escape the dangers that are Vetter c now threatening the city Daniels p Lexington or from Frankfort who knows anything of tho rules of base ball Notwithstanding this tho home boys rashly permitted this same Mr King to umpire the last game in Lex-Â¬ ington when according to the ac- Â¬ count of the game as given in the Transcript itself he proceeded to again make an ass of himself by ordering a runner to third from second because Wintersmith in field Â¬ ing the ball crossed the base line in front of him When the Frankforts refused to play unless this decision was reversed the best they could get was an accusation of playing the baby act and the ordering of the runner back to second when he was actually put out by ten feet Any tyro in base ball knows that the fielder has the right of way and that the runner must avoid him As to the suggestion that the game be played on neutral grounds we do not think the management of the home team will object all things else being equal asto the two teams school must be taught in every dis Â¬ A copy of the law will be ready for For Bepresontativo tho printer to morrow morning but We are authorized to announce L J COX a the great press of work that got candidate for re election as Representativeas of before it received Franklin county In the next Legislature subject precedence of this 44 tI the Governors approval will make to the action of the Democratic party it impossible for me to get the For Senator your in frinted copies in weeks hands all We are authorized to announce Hon W W two In candidate caseS of doubt that come up for im- Â¬ STEPHENSON of Mercer county as a to the acfor Senator from this district subject mediate solution act under the old tion of the Democratic partv law The theory that ignorance of June 3 te the law excuses no man cannot apply when publication has not been made and no opportunity has been COT IN offered for the people to bo generally informed Respectfully Ed Porter Thompson - H E I2j PB ri 5 iSFSHILOHsl Wlm Tiili Throat Viscoses 25ySmmmmUHmmmm Cents for French 25 Ginghams Ginghams Ginghams worth cents CURE H 23 cents 35 cents for French worth 30 cents for French worth 50 cents M i m M m a Cares Consumption Coughs Croup Sore Sold by all Druggists on a Guarantee For a Lame Side Back or Chest Shlloha Porous Plaster will give great wtUfactioa as cents Mrs T 8 Huwktn3 ChattnnnojcaTenn says SKtoha Vitalizer1 SAVED MY LIFE I consider it the test remedy for a delrilltaUdsvttem ever used For Dyspepsia Liver or Kidney I trouble it excels Price 75 eta m SHILOHS V5YAUZER 15 AB II 3 4 4 4 4 2 4 4 4 00 150 13200 10 16 0 2 2 2 16 I 1 BH TO X E 3 3 1 1 1 10000 1 0 1 11 1 0 0 1 For Sale or Rent house on Ann street J tf Saddles from from 5 to 60 37 3 My dwelling cents for Printed Dotted Swiss worth 30 cents T Buckley 25 0 to 1 0 0 2 5 338 92714 AB 5 B tf Mastin Bros Harness RBII 0 0 1 1 1 1 6 4 S fi 2 J 1000 3 4 1 PO A E 6 2 0 - To County Superintendents Hnvovou Catarrh Trythla Remedy It will rellovo and Cure you Price 60 eta Thia in Â¬ jector lor ita successful treatment is furnished free Shllohs Remedies nro sold by us on a guarantee to give eatisf action s HlLOHVtuCATARRH REMEDY 49 cents for Polka Spotted China Silks worth 60 cents 35 cents for Shirt Waists worth 50 cents 50 cents for Shirt Waists worth 75 cents 0 1 4 4 42 CIRCUIT CtiERKS OFFICE - Total i 500110 7 21 10 2 2 0 0 1 10 4 8 0 0 0 0 11 0 2 9 21 12 - 4 i Renovated and Remodeled New File Cases and Paint Thos B Ford Circuit Olerk is H having his office renovated The old file cases in the modeled rear room are to be removed and now ones substituted and the room thoroughly cleansed and papered The front room is also to be cleansed and papered a new grate and hearth put in and all the wood work about the two rooms nicely painted During the summer the Colonel proposes to re arrange and re fllo in new boxes all the old documents and papers and to so thoroughly go through his whole office and systematize and olussify everything as to make himself per- Â¬ fectly familiar with the entire con Â¬ tents and at the same time take the neoessary precaution to prevent the destruction of old and important matter dating back almost to the very beginning of the State govern Â¬ ment The magistrates of the county should havo remodeled the oourt houso added a story to it and made a handsome court room on the second floor and used the entire lower floor for the county offices but as they did not see fit to do this at the present time they should now have the Coun- Â¬ ty Clerks office put in a condition equally as inviting and convenient as the Girouit Clerks office Gol 3 Frankfort Mutual Innings 12345078 9 110050000 0 00500300 SUMMARY T 7 8 te - Mutuals 9 Two base Hits McFarland Zahner Rudolph and McGrew Home Run McFarland Stolen Buses Lindsey H 2 Lind sev W Barrett and Reeder Base on Balls Off McFarland 2 off VanDerveer 2 oil Daniels G Struck Out By McFarland 1 by Van Derveer 1 by Diiiels 2 Passed Balls Davis 2 Vettor 2 Time of Game One hour and forty five minutes Umpire Mr Horaco McFarland 5 Earned Runs Frankfort Births onpoNMonday night to the wife of Robert Gordon a boy weight The Frankforts are very anxious to play another game with the Lexingtons and want the game played on their grounds It is not likely that Manager Huffman will accede to their wishes as it would be next to an im- Â¬ possibility for the home team to se oure a fair deal on the Frankfort grounds Tho last game played there vvny not play leads to that opinion the game on neutral grounds Dan- Â¬ ville would be a good place and the ball park at that place is a good one There is no reason why tho two clubs cannot play a game and settle tho question of superiority Lexington Transcript The above is a fair sample of tho rot whioh has been given Lexington newspaper readers about the Frank Â¬ fort Base Ball Club As to tho Lex- Â¬ ington team not being able to secure a fair deal on the Frankfort grounds the statement is a deliberate false- Â¬ Â¬ hood ton pounds Shllohs Cure the Great Cough and Croup Cure is for salt by us Pooket size contains twenty five doses only 21 26o Children love It In hoslory wo can surpass any house in tho olty in low prices DO tf S Harris Tho last game played in this oity was a clear gift to the visitors from the Lexington umpire Mr King Who refused to decide a man out at homo when ho was forced out be Â¬ cause forsooth Davis touched tho base instead of the runner and tho gamewas won by this ono score Wo leave judgment as to this doolsion to any fair minded parson bo ho from For sale by W McKee Hardie Frankfort July 10 1893 The only copy of the school law as JanWJ ly nALLS OLD STAND passed by the General Assembly is yet in the hands of tho Governor but I have obtained a transcript of pare of section 2 to whioh I call your es- Â¬ CLASSICAL INSTITUTE pecial attention It is as follows But after June 30th 1894 no school shall be deemed a common school or highest advantages for culture and be entitled to any contribution out of OFFERS the Full College Course with ex Location at the school fund unless the same has cellent Preparatory Department Genuine home tractive been pursuant hereto actually kept comforts healthful and accessible cLiss in ever llrst or is under contract to be kept by a particular Accommodations on application Catalogues sent MRS M W BERRY Purls Ky qualified teacher for not less than five months during the same year free of expense to every pupil child as pre- Â¬ scribed above In order that each child of the Commonwealth may en- Â¬ joy the benefits of a five months school the Superintendent of Public Instruction shall for each sohool OFFER for nale two lots 40 by 200 feet frontyear after June 30th 1894 auDortion ing on Wubhlngton street and running back to a tun foot ulley the fund due eaoh county having one Also two lots 40 by 120 feet fronting on Wap Â¬ or more districts or less tnan 45 pupil ping street children as follows He shall apporlrd cash balance In one and tion to eaoh district without regard two years with interest and a lien on the prop- to school population the per capita JAS M TODD of 45 pupil ohildren both from the fund derived from the State and in Â¬ terest on the oounty bond if any and prorate the remainder of the fund 01 the Condition of the amoncrtho districts havincr more than 45 8uon ohildren Provided that any fractional balance shall be omitted in Deposit BanK of FranKfort computing the said per capita and At Close of Business that the aggregate of fractional bal Â¬ ances shall oe oroditod to tho respec- Â¬ 7O3JT03 SO 1S03 tive oountios and bo taken into ac- Â¬ ASSETS count the following year Sjl 43 Loans Finding in this language an appar- Â¬ Gush and Discounts 82376 10 ent contradiction I havo Submitted to Due from Banks UiJH J1 J00 00 tho Attorney General the question as Furniture 3 81 Protest to whether the apportionment for ll0UlE3tatO 1JnaW3MlW0B the smaller districts must bo made for this sohool year on tho basis of IvIABIIvITIES 45 pupil ohildren Ho decides that I 77400 00 must now mako such apportionment Capital Stock 83023 22 Surplus and direots mo to advise you in ac Â¬ Old Dividends 273 00 2322 00 cordance therewith that you may in Â¬ Dividend No 50 3 per ct 600 00 Exrenso contingent struct your trustoes 162000 M When the Auditors estimate is fur Â¬ Individual Depositors 1000 00 Interest und Discount 3253 87 nished mo the general per capita will Tax bo published promptly To eaoh Notesund Bills Rediscount 21400 00 oounty will be apportioned the ed 801179 03 amount duo it on the actual number of pupil ohildren returnod This gen Â¬ Net earnings for six months ending 7198 91 June 80 18U3 eral per capita will be slightly reduc Â¬ ed in tho case of every county having Applied as follows60 2822 00 Dividend No 250 00 one or more of tho throe or four Expense contingent 1010 00 Iutwvst and Discount month districts as the fictitious num 2220 91 ToSurnhu ber of children required to make up 140000 Tax 7198 01 those districts to 45 each will add that many to tho real number among H H WATSON Cauhier whom the fund due the county Ib to Sworn umr subscrlbod to before me this 1st apportioned This diminution of the per capita will bo small in most in day of July 1B93 U Kkknon Notary Public stances and need not operate to om Correct --Attest llKNintICK barrass trustoes and toaohors in mak Â¬ J DVFOllD Vlco President July8 2t ing thoir contraots for tho yoar A dividend of three 3 per cent will bo paid Ploaso to notify immediately all to stockholders ot the Deposit Bunk of Frank oonoornod that at least a five month fort Wednesday July 6 lBtd PARIS Our large stock of Colored Woolen Dress Goods at a big re- Â¬ duction in prices Everything in Millinery De- Â¬ partment marked down Nice Stylish Hats from 25 cents up from Â¬ Â¬ Jul-15-- Fine Building Lots A nice Folding Japanese Fan 5 cents up lEor Sale I Parasols and Umbrellas the latest and most stylish designs at very low prices 4 W Â¬ TKiott-One-tb- Jui-15-- tf STATEMENT Our stock of Gloves composes novelties out Wash Chamois Raeretz Glace Swede and Mocha All the new shades A few slightly soiled gloves at 50 cents per pair worth 100 to 1 per pair 50 all the SI 4S D 3t JOHN CO PROPRIETORS OF RIDEWAY SPRANKLE Mil Coal and fflininir Co Coal V v Domestic and Steam OF MANUFACTURERS 1 Helenwood R Tonn June 9 lm C STEELE Salesman fij Â¬ WMo OROMWELUr ATTORN EY-AT-LA- W AW1- - Â¬ ItlSAL JSSTATB AGJ3NT PRACTIOK IN THB COURTS ranWtn und the adjoining counties Of u will alio rlTO pclai atteutlon To tha and sale of ml wtate collectloa at tf nt lalntT wd th atcettAtiAB of loan lnn1klv f J Â¬ vi V V k ti MkMk Bn ffMim WTirTT t nls MBlMinilglUMMUnillJWWIWIUMWIJBMMDaWWMMUIIW This is not fiction but a sad reality TESC- were 1 None reserved but all must go no other method of getting it 1 We need money and we know leath- - Of 100 125 OO 24 Pas ladies- - patent tip Oxfords were 28 pairs ladies patent tip Oxfords 3palXS mens fine hand sewed 33shoes best lace and Congress gopatent at er were 3 1 1 A - 3 i J200 Congress One large lot ladies Common Sense Oxfords were 150 all sizes E5- One lot ladies Tan Oxfordswere 150 One large lot misses and childrens JJL sold for gi50 to Oxford Ties sizes S4 to 1 175 big values Large lot ladies shoes Common Sense and Opera were 150 Bernards Slippers at S3 One large lot Bennett were 450 and 5 One lot mens patent leather Bal and SJSJLIS S3 pairs mens were 650 and 7 Tan Shoes go at 2 98 I 1 hi 33 Oaixs 250 and 3 mens Tan Shoes go at were 3V1 100 S2 atpalTS mens low cut Calf and Kangaroo go 375 were 39Q 3p3fLrS mens Calf and Kangaroo Shoes in sale 5 J go this at 398 were 5 GOO 3paiXS mens fine Calf and Kangaroo H Opairs mens Tan 650 all sizes were Hand sewed Shoes at 5 were 650 and y This is the greatest bargain ever offered by any house Shoes go at were One big lot ladies Odds and Ends at about one half price i Remember this is a cash sale and no goods charged at these prices OriitcHer 1 StetrlcS r i 1 at Eminenco this week Crops are needing rain Rumor says that one of the boys on Cedar Run will soon wed one of Farmers complain of a bad stand of Shelbys fairest girls tobacco V Peaks Mill Miss Florence Thomas is visiting LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MAR Â¬ KET FURNISHED BY GLOVER DURRETT LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE i Literary Note The midsummer Cosmopolitan the first at the new price of 12J cents per copy though unchanged in size excels any other issue of that magazine in the number of its distinguish- Â¬ ed contributors in the interest of its contents and in its overflowing illus- Â¬ trations by famous artists Francois Ooppee William Dean HowelL Oa millo Flammarion Andrew Lang Frank Dempster Sherman H H Boyesen Gharlos DeKay Thomas A Janvier Colonel Tillman Agnes Rep plier and Gilbert Parker are a few of the names which appear on its title page Three frontispieces all by famous artists furnished an unusual feature and among the artiBts who con- tribute to the 119 illustrations adorn- Â¬ ing its pages are Laurens Reinhart Fenn Toussaint Stevens Saunier Fitler Meaullo and Franzen The midsummer number is intended to set the pace for the magazine at its new price of 12 cents a copy or 150 ayear The magazine remains un- ohanged in size and each issue will bo an advance upon its predecessors Literally every known country is boing ransacked for material in the hope to bring the Cosmopolitan for Â¬ ward as the loading magazine in the world All the finest wines nd liquors can be found at Jake Ahlors new saloon The Saratoga 217 St Clair street where you will always find a good snack 44 tf Â¬ Worlds Fair and American Rail Â¬ ways widely know as the road running the Finest Trains in the South is in the field to carry everybody from the South to tho Worlds Fair at Chicago No part of the Southern country is left uncarod for by this great railway and its connections The Through Car System is an admirable exposition of the wonderful capabilities of American railroading- - From New Orleans throucrh fllnoninn onrn mn daily morning and evening carrying its passengers via Cincinnati or Louis- Â¬ ville as they may select From Shreveport Vicksburg and JacSson another through sleeping car line comes to join and become a part of the magnificent vestibulod through trains which passing through Birmingham and the famouB Wills Valley of Alabama js joined at Chat Â¬ tanooga by the train from Jackson- Â¬ ville Florida Brunswick and Atlan ta Georgia over the E T V Ga Ry and proceeds north over tho beautiful Cincinnati Southern through the grandest natural scenery and moat attractive historical coun- Â¬ try in the world to Oakdalo where another magnificent Pullman car is recieved coming from tho Riohmond and Danville system from Charleston S 0 through Columbia S 0 the beautiful Fronoh Broad country and Ashville N 0 and Knoxville Ten Â¬ nessee The time to Chicago is made so as to afford the most convenient hours for denarturen from rrm rHnnlrnl oities and nrrivals in Chicago Passengers can purchase tiokets good over one line north of the river and returning via another if they de Â¬ sire a variaWe route without extra oharge Or they can go via Cincin Â¬ nati returning via Louisville or vice versa Round trip tickets on sale at re Â¬ duced rates Agents of Ohioago line will on request aasipt in looking up rooms or accomodation for visitors to the Fair Everything that an almost perfect system can devise to deserve the iraibe and patronage of the travol ng public has been provided Any of the agents of the oompany named below will cheerfully give all possi ble information and assistance R H Garrett New Orleans La I Hardy Vicksburg Miss J R Mc Â¬ Gregor Birmingnam Ala E T Charlton Chattanooga Tenn W D Oozatt Junction City Ky or D G Edwards Cincinnati Ohio Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Queen Obeuent Rqute w 5jv t 1 - v it - The readers of the Roundabout be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Curo is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional dis- Â¬ ease requires a constitutional treat ment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in ita curative time powers that they offer One Miss Lena Webster will teach the Dollars for any case that it Hundred fails to fall school at this place cure Send for list of testimonials CO F J OHEBNEY The following is the report in stand Â¬ ing nf fhn Panics Mill Hchool for the Toledo- O 2 three months session ending June 24 9ST Sold by druggists 76c m Advanced Class Albert Hocker smith 97 Maude Gwinn 95 Juliet Wanted Hockersmith 94 Beaulah Hocker smith 93 Virgio Bacon 93 Mianda Ladies Bacon 93 Graham Church 92 Mollie with throatand gentlemen suffering and lung difficulties to 92 Joe Mitchell 93 Belle Smith call at our store for a bottle of Ottos Second Class Dillard Stafford 90 Cure which we Lizzie Tipton 96 Fannie Green 90 of charge and are distributing free can confidently Annie Will Stafford 97 Bessie Smith recommend it as we superior remedj a 97 Howard Bacon 94 Fairy Hanes for Coughs Colds Bronchitis Con93 James Polndexter 95 sumption and all diseases of the Third Class Aaron Smith 90 throat and lungs It Helen Stafford 90 Maggie Stafford cough quicker than will stop a any known S5 John Stafford 97 Frank Stafford remedy We will guarantee it to cure 97 German Sharp 93 you 96 Ira Shoots If your children have croup or Crittenden Sharp 91 Emma Sheets whooping cough it is sure to give 90 Henry Mitchell 92 Harvey Sharp instant relief Dont delay bat get S5 Ada Stafford 80 Forrost Stafford a trial bottle free Large size 80 SO Average attendance 24 Number Sold by Chapman Williams pupils enrolled 30 46 R 0 Juett Teacher Miles Norvo and Livor Pills will Â¬ The boys had a lively time attending the show while here and some like it so well they are following it to Elmville Farmers report a good wheat and hay harvest The oat crop is better here than it has been for several years Miss Delila Foster and Dr J W Juett of New Albany Ind are visit Â¬ ing Mr J 0 Bridges of this place Mr R W Porter and couBin Mrs Dannie Griffith made us a flying visit a few days ago Mrs Griffith is a line musician and ladies or gentlemen wishing to study music either vocal or instrumental would do well to ap Â¬ ply to her at Elmville If you see one of our boys with hisj hand in a sung you may snow lie nas ueen in a gumu ui liuuuiio Arch Triplet is the champion knuok player So says Henry Gwinn when Triplet hits his knucks Several of our folks attended the Masonic Barbecue at Monterey on the Fourth and all report a good Mrs Robert Thomas was called to the bedside of her father in Shelby county this week Farmers are very busy in harvest We are very sorry to hear that one of our young men is to leave us next week Mr Zach Reed and wife returned home from Shelby county Sunday 8100 Reward 100 Sales on our market for the week just closed amount to 1276 hhds with receipts lor the same period of 1719 hhds Sales on our market since Jan uary 1st amount to 79940 hhds SaleB of the crop of 1892 on our market to Â¬ this date amount to 83443 hhds There is no change to note in the condition of the market for burley tobacco this week Common grades are firm and active while good grades continue dull and low The following quotations fairly rep Â¬ resent our market for new burley to- Â¬ bacco 1892 crop Trash dark or damaged 3 50 4 50 tobacco Common Oolory trash 5 00 6 60 Medium to good colory fifF I Â¬ 8 5T 7 50 lugs Common to medium leaf 7 50a 9 00 9 00 Medium to good leaf 11 00 11 00g 15 00 Good to flue leaf Common lugs not colory Common Colory lugs Medium to good colory trash 6 50 5 00 0 60 8 50 6 50 7 50 Select or wrappory tobaoco 15 00 20 00 My little boy was very bad off for two months with diarrhoea We used various medicines also called in two - doctors but nothing done him any good until we used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Reme Â¬ dy which gave immediate relief and soon cured him I consider it the best medicine made and can conscientiously recommend it to all who need a diarrhoea or colic medicine J E Hare Trenton Tex 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by J W Gayle 43 j Rooms in Chicago Mrs Lizzie Walcutt of this oity has rented and taken charge of a nouse in unicago where she is pre Â¬ pared to furnish board or lodging and breakfast only if dosirod The Worlds Fair can be reaohed by boat or railroad Location quiet and terms reasonable Address her at 312 Bis soll street North Side for terms c J1ACK AG nK8 ing It 1b Benoral debility Try BROWNS IRON JllTTISllS It will curo you cleanso your lier and giro a good appctlto Or you aro all worn out really good for noth- Â¬ Â¬ Dr Hales HawehoU Ointment Cores Coras Salt Rheum maimer Cares ea Eyelids Can fee Ammmwo specific ism Is the 8oitt uabsolateJy ety in th world catrrn It euros IF TOUIt Â¬ Pfie e bitfee jifc-- -- Ml A mam M lor Praximoai uBuptuM tMrfk XcMiMf WVfc Cedar Run HnwrntitHlE wmc JstaBcung mMn1w ntarr W VMWMIT Burst t BtlldlKipfl ftfOINl Over Fi ronflvflflMSHrkflFVrKfcjiAAn wfr Hero wo are back again Rain is needed badly in this neighborhood Mr Frank Thomas and a great many of the Frankfort boys and girls attended the plonio at the Ploasure vllle Park the Fourth Â¬ tion Splendid for men women and children Smallest mildest surest 50 doses for 25 cents Samples free at J W Gayles Frankfort Ky 45 ly Act on a new principle regulating the liver stomach and bowels though the nerves A now discovery Dr Miles Pills speedily ouro biliousness bad taste torpldliver piles oonstipa all S asjrfBmMHiAfi d arid h TfiT nBtlfrimTilTi as flMlMiftiiEiOTfc Mts tha liwf QaJwrato great a Acut XADIR8 Needing a tonic or children who want build ing up should talco imowHtriuoN It la pleasant cures Malaria Indigestion Biliousness Livor Complaints and Neuralgia Â¬ hm Tmmmt er Mood DtorferdotMt d tort jw r 4 30 tf tf Jr bitteiuj 2P Jkf fc call fc Mastin Bros have had a very large tore for a sale on their new improved Clllil Call and oxamino it I 42tf