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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ttv Frankfort Koundabout GEO A V- - LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAP ERr DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance NO 49 VOL XVI SSjf FEANKFOET KY SATUEDAY AUGUST 12 1893 Ear Ground Off m buy you IFbaking are urged intoplace of powders other the Royal it is solely because the deal- Â¬ er can make more money on them for all agree that the Royal is the best The low cost of the others to the grocer is proof of the cheap character of their ingre- Â¬ dients and of their inferior qual- Â¬ ity All others are cheaper made powders of inferior strength Baking Powder i t Frank Poston a colored man who drives a coal cart for J W Gaines Sons was delivering a load of coal to the Konyon Hotel Tuesday morning One of the seven wonders of the world is the great and in turning into a gato from the Baltzel alley the wheel of tho cart Â¬ struck an obstruction the jar throw- Â¬ ing Poston from his seat to the ground He fell with his head be Â¬ tween tho wheel and a log and as his team moved forward his head was AT pressed against the log his skull fractured just above the left ear his left ear nearly torn off and his face badly bruised His injuries were dressed by Dr E E Hume and ho was removed to Mb home in Swigerts alley whero he now lies in a critical condition fybilS Jm - in vja Midsummer Clear ing Sale 1 H M HflRTSTEIM Itight Into the Grounds The management of the Versailles We were very busy all the Fair which commences on Tuesday week and everybody well pleased have made arrangements with the L We will keep it up one week N and Louisville Southern railroads longer and add some other goods to make such close connection at with the following prices Midway that there will be no wait at Good red table damask at 21 that point and persons can leave cts a yard good bleached table here in the morning and be landed damask at cts very good at 32 right in the Fair Ground in time to 45 ct a yard and very fine table see the greater portion of the days These goods exhibition Returning in the even damask at 59 cts are all ing connection will be made at MidO train so that way with the O Â¬ is Highest of all in The results show ROYAL to be a cream of tartar baking powder free from ammo- Â¬ nia alum lime or any adulterations that its constituents are better proportioned and that it has a larger amount of leavening gas than any of the others analyzed M A SCOVELL Chemist Kentucky - Leavening 12 Strength Food Report Â¬ ftv US Govt Agl Experiment Station one can leave home in the morning see the Fair and get home at 730 in the evening ELEGANT VALUES te- ca Made from pure grape cream of tartar only Mr J O known and moBtrespected oitizens of Brownwood Texas suffered with diarrhoea for a long time and tried many different remedies without ben- Â¬ efit until Chamberlains Colic Chole ra and Diarrhoea Remedy was used that relieved him at once For sale by J W Gayle Â¬ received last week Boswell one of the best very handsome The following new goods were and they are CITY COUNCIL Mucli Business of a Character BonoJttclal to tlio City Transacted REOULiAlt MEETING ffKWi m m - ia f ll were present except Oouncilmen Furr and J N Miles The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved A petition was received from Dan Owens asking a rebate of a fine Re ferred to work house committee to xeport back A petition was received from Frank S Haff asking permission to tap the city sewer Granted Petition of James Dean for a gro Â¬ cery license on Wilkinson street Re Â¬ ferred to the license committee Petition of Mrs S P Richardson asking that a pieoe of property listed in her name bo transferred to the name of the party to whom it be Â¬ The clerk was instructed to longs make the correction Donaldson petitioned for Reook a flour and feed store license Re Â¬ ferred to license committee Petition of citizens residing on Taylor Avenue asking an extension Referred to of the water mains wator committee Petition of same asking for p how sidewalk on said street Referred to street committee to report back to counoil Petition of Jerome Weitzel asking permission to cut down street next to hotel on Ann and Main streets Granted Remonstrance of citizens against the construction of eleotrio street oar line on West Main and Wilkinson streets was reoeived and referred to Unanoe committee The stroot car oompany presented proposed plan for the construction of street railway aoross the new bridge Referred to bridge engineor with power to aot Judge B G Williams appoared be Â¬ fore the counoil in relation to the looent ordor directing the water shut off at the plaoo of dhuroh Bros to prevent water from running on Dan Meaghers property The former ao tlon of tho Qounoil was reminded The monthly reports from the offi Â¬ cers were received and filed Tho finance committee through Mr Â¬ -- All Tuesday August 8th he members of the counoil Watson offered an ordinance in rela tion to the bridge bonds which was adopted Mr Swigert from the committee on gas made a report recommending the substitution of electric arc lights for 86 of the gas lights now used by tho city The report was adopted The same committee made a report without renommendation in relation to the briok street proposition Action postponed Mr McOlure from the hall com- Â¬ mittee reported in favor of making some much needed improvements to the Opera House Chairman Milam was added to the committee and the committee was empowered to havo the repairs made immediately Mr Gray moved that the matter of insurance on the bridge be referred to the bridge committee with power to aot Adopted Mr Ellwanger from the health com Â¬ mittee made a report recommend Â¬ ing that the refuso from tho Fincel slaughter house on the South Side be burled and tho chute leading to the river be removed The Marshal was instructed to enforce the ordi nance and abate the nuisance On motion of Oounoilman Swigert the tax books will remain in the hands of the City Treasurer until the evening of September 12th and those who want to pay their taxes before that date will save the 10 per cent penalty which will then go into effect Action in relation to the paving of Second street was postponed un Â¬ til next meeting Mr McOlure called tho attention of the Mayor to tho loafers at the corner of Washington and WilkinsoiiBtreets who said he would have the nuisance abated Mr MoClure moved that the olty attorney take stops to have the toll gate on extension of Wilkinson street removed Adopted Mr Gray offered a resolution for- Â¬ bidding brass bands playing on tho streets on the Sabbath day except for funerals and making tho fine not Iobs than 3 nor more than 10 for each man so engaged Adopted The street committee was ordered to havo guttors at the oornor of Cross and Main repaired On motion of oounoilman MoOluro 4 gad lamps were ordered placed on Wilkinson streot Jno RTodd offered tho olty 700 Â¬ for the ground occupied by the Bluo Zephyrs and Germantown Yarns Booth for the purpose of erecting a Mr Alex Snellen an employe at and Ice Wool in all colors and house thereon Rejected Dunigan Nicols saw mill accident- Â¬ There beingno futher business the ally let his left hand come in contaot counoil adjourned with one of the saws on Saturday morning and a deep gash was cut A LOUISVIIiliE FIRE across the back of the hand He has Else that you may want you will suffered a great deal of pain from the be sure to find at Crutcher Starks Damaged by injury but will soon be able to go to Wator and Smoke work again as no bones were cut His Hand Sawed Stamped Linens Pin Cush Â¬ ions lor Chair Backs and Ornaments Chenille Cur tains Booties and Saques for Children Linen and Silk Fringes for Fancy Work t v 81 t a EVERYTHING- VV J2S vi ffi Â¬ The old Mozart Hall building cor-Â¬ ner of Fourth avenue and Jefferson streets Louisville in whioh the Louisville house of Messrs Orutoher Starks is located caught fire Mon- Â¬ day night in the Third story and be- Â¬ fore the flames could be extinguished the stock of Messrs Crutcher Starks was damaged by smoke water and falling plastering to the amount of 30000 which is fully covered by insurance None of the proprietors of the house were in Louisville at the time Mr John P Starks being in Saratoga New Yorlc Mr Ike Starks in Chicago and Mr D O Crutcher in this city Mr Orutoher went down Tuesday morning to look after the damage and make arrangements to open up the house again as soon as possible Dr A Goldstein the optician who is well known in this city also had his business house in the building ana ins scooic was damaged to the amount of 2000 San Captain Sweeney C S A Shilohs Catarrh Diego Cal says Remedy is the first medicine I have ever found that would do me any Price 50 cents Sold by W good 21 SlcKee Hardie Piano Tjcssoiis KINS Because we take In our trade NA- - LITTLE PROFITS Miss Maria Llndsey will resume her class in piano forte playing in Sep- Â¬ MAIN STREET NEAR STATE TIONAL BANK 48 4t tember FURNITURE In Fine Medium and Low Priced Grades Ica 1 Chamber Suits Folding Beds Justly Entitled to It Dr Hales Househod Cough Cure iuetly entitled to tue praise it is re Â¬ ceiving Wherever introduced it has proven itsolf the most reliable reme dy known for the cure of ooughs olds hoarseness whooping cough bronchitis soreness of the lungs and every kind of a cough from a simple cold to incipient consumption Purely vegetable Always reliable and effective For sale at 25 and 50 cents per bottle at P H Cabpen ters drug store Is Parlor Suits Hall Furniture Dining Room Furniture Book Oases China Closets Chairs Rockers c c We are nn eh GO besssb ran Â¬ up to date always in style quality finish and low prices Ikil SPECIAL OFFERINGS n As a Momonto Now that tho old land mark tho St Olair street bridge is soon to be torn away and replaced by a now and handsome struoture numoroua pic Â¬ tures are being made of it by ama Â¬ teur and professional photographers to be kept as mementos of tho old bridge Shllehg Care the Great Cough and Croup Cure is for sale by us Pookot sizo contains twenty fivo doses only 25o Children lovo it 21 i COR HU OU Ejg S g2 TLawn Furniture r Screen Doors Straw Mattings Mosquito Bars And Windows 7 Vi a u fts BRO WER SCOTT MAIN A1SO BROADWAY M FRAZEE LEXINGTON Miil fl xV aEl Carpets Furniture Wall Paper Draperies KY lAAjiV kLii -- aJ Ai1 iiJ MMkjM JttfL - v KV h an f - J h m F I V Sf tiVfV V i L 1 d H Grand Chance For a Home on Easy Terms KENTUCKY INVESTMENT AND BUILDING ASSOCIATION ONE BLOCK FROM STREET RAILWAY OPPOSITE F M I It i rf strrSpI 200 vjr J 4ES - a m v A 1 HteiYtep - 76 i f J2 Ill fm CD g 1 11 j2o I io 50 I 50 I I i - i 12 LjLl-L- -2 A I I m TI 19Q75 60 - I 1 t I to I H Li i i I I -- I I taMtf v I r M IfH M k on this lot -- House 5 Rooms V S 1 S 2 i 3 S 4 31 5 B 61 I IIfVf 4075 J v kJ Li T Ml II 4 f T I 3 iq rrE ic 4 4 T - I if ff w tT ifli s 9 I r il HI h l -- -v - lrfMJ sS 1 p v1if 7 S 8 9 - Ml JB I 500 I 400 200 1 200 I 240 I 600 I t JlOOoj 750 I 625 f JV K - 40 jA I 40 I 40 I 40 I 48 50 j 60 1 60 60 tf TURNPIKE r t V T ii fc FAYETTE HEWITT Manager Vi VI- V L OLARK JSext door to State National Bank Secretary sf 43 - 4t Maggie Jacobs of Switzer Mrs M W Wilhoit who has been A Wreck Averted THE ASSESSED VALUATION is visiting Miss Nettie Glore South visiting Mrs Ada Garrett for several Mrs I Davis returned from Cincin- Â¬ Side O train Of tlie Taxable Property in theWhile the east bound O weeks returned to her home in Mon- Â¬ State yesterday nati was crossing the railroad bridge in Mr M J Meagher returned yester- Â¬ terey Wednesday Miss Rebecca Johnson is visiting day morning from a visit to the Capt Thos O Jones left Tuesday this city Thursday afternoon a loose We are indebted to Mr Robert B friends in Beattyville Worlds Fair afternoon for Funchal Madeira rail lying on the ties between the Franklin Secretary of the State Misses Katie Green and Rose Crit- Â¬ Island to resume the duties of tracks was caught by the brake beam Board of Equalization for the follow- Â¬ Hon D W Tribbell of Richmond of the sleeeping car and raised up so tenden left Tuesday morning for the United States Consul was in the city Tuesday showing the that the end of it ran through the ing figures of taxable total assessed Miss Lizzie Mayhall of JefTerson Rev W S Giltner of Eminence Worlds Fair property or valuation Miss Stites Duvall and Miss Sadie vilie Indiana is visiting her grand- Â¬ floor of the coach damaging it badly every kind in the State was in the city yesterday on the interior The train would Hon D L Thornton of Versailles Green how have returned from a visit father Mr Thomas J Mayhall on probably have been thrown from the Total value of personalty not subject Shelby street South Side to friends in Louisville to equalization 70226613 was in the city Friday last track and into the river had not the Total value of land and personal prop Â¬ Mrs John M Todd and daughter Mr Ben Marshall Mr Frank K Mr Owen Furr left Sunday evening 3G168089Q erty subject to equalization engineer put on the air brakes re Â¬ Miss Hallie B of Louisville are vis- Kavanaugh and Misses Susie and Jo- 177612677 for a visit to the Worlds Fair versed his engine and stopped the Total value of town lot s iting relatives in Bellepoint sie Kavanaugn leic Thursday after- Â¬ train almost immediately when the IOOy520210 Mr Frank Heeney returned from noon for the Worlds Fair Mr Richard Ferguson left Monday Total exemptions 40778764 was removed rail Chicago the first of the week Mr Jas W Nicol who left here for a sojourn at French Liok Springs property assessed 568741 446 The noise made by the rail going Grand total of all Mr Willam O Woods attended the and a visit to the Worlds Fair about two years ago and settled near through the floor caused a panic The last amount is only the assess Â¬ hop in Lexington Monday night Mrs Alice Todd and children of Seattle Washington returned yes- Â¬ in the sleeper whioh quickly spread ed value of property of all kindB ancJ Mr Joseph W Lindsey of Louis- Â¬ Louisville are visiting Mr James M terday to visit his old home to the other ears the fireman jumped the equalized value will probably in- Â¬ ville was in the city Wednesday Hon Green R Kellar Clerk of the from the engine and sib soori as the crease the figures twenty five or Todd and wife on Wapping street Lieut Qov M O Alford of Lex- Â¬ Misses Bettie Page of Louisville last House of Representatives and train was pulled off the bridge on to thirty million more ington was in the city Wednesday and Bessie Orutcher of Peytona are Harry Glenn Esq Clerk of the the fill at this end a number of passen Â¬ Mrs J W McWhorten of Ver- the guests of Mrs M L Orutcher Senate were in the city on Monday gers left the cars and walked up Improvements sailles is visiting friends in this city Mrs Mary Haycraft and Misses town It is very fortunate that the Mrs Walter Orutcher and daught Rev W H Hampton of Ironton er of Bloomington Indiana are vis Â¬ Alice Sallie Anna Bell and Lizzie engineer had his train undor control Dr O H Reynolds new house Is so Ohio is visiting relatives in this city iting Mrs M L Orutcher in this city Hunt Ohinn have returned from a at the time or every one on board nearly completed that he haB mjoved into the upper portion of it Senator Wm Lindsay and wife left Mrs Logan McKee of Cincinnati visit to the Worlds Fair in Chicago might have found a watery grave An examination of the sleeper re Â¬ The new artificial stone pavement Tuesday evening for Washington is visiting her parents Mr vVilliam Misses Nina and Nettie Parker vealed the fact that the damage was in front of Mr Hiram Berrys resi- City French and wife on Oonway street Lena Hughes Annie MoArdle and not sufficient to require its being set denoe on Main street South Side isDr Carey Blackburn of Louisrille Mr R A Peter and wife who have Mr Hubert McArdle of Lexington off on a side track and It was taken i nearly completed and is a handsome has been visiting relatives in this city been visiting Mr J M Todd and attended the K bf P picnic Wednes- east with the train The bridge is and substantial improvement to the this week wife returned home Monday even- - av nearly completed and the greatest square Miss Jennie Robb is visiting her nK- Miss Anna VanDerveer who has care will doubtless be taken to pre The frame of Mrs Longraoors sister Mrs Olif Shropshire near Messrs Charles and Earnest Hughes been the guest of her cousin Miss vent any further trouble there but new residence on Second street is Lexington of Louisville came up to attend the Minnie Vanderveer on Shelby street the rail being on the track at the being raised and the building ia Oapt Jacob Swigert made a flying funeral of mrs v j xiugnes xuon- - left Monday for her home in Hamilton time shows carelessness on the part rapidly assuming snap visit to friends in Henderson the first day Ohio of some one connected with the of the week Tail to do Their Duty Messrs Will Miller of Covington Senator William Lindsay and Col force of construction Messrs John Selbort and Will Gor and Howard Jett of Oynthiana are Everybody has at times failed t man leave to day for a viBit to the visiting Mr A B Read near this E Polk Johnson delivered addresses A Probable Candidate do their duty towards themselves at a re union of Confederate soldiers Worlds Fair city Hundreds of lady readers safler from held at Madlsonville Hopkins coun- It is said that Judge Thomas H sick headache nerreumeas sleep Â¬ Misses Mary Gray and Ella John O S Deuson and Dr Charles ty on Saturday Mr Hines is thinking seriously of enter Â¬ lessness and female trochlea Lei son are the guests of Miss Dessie Haberer of Louisville were the Mrs G M Alves and children Miss ing the race for Representative from them follow the example ef Mrs H Wingate near Midway guosts of Mr W H Jeffries this Juliot and Master Merritt who Stevens Point Wis have this county but has not as yet fully Horheohter years suffered who Miss Lucy Wiiliams of Millville is week been visiting the family of her undo made up his mind Should ho con- Â¬ from for five prostration andgreAtlyÂ¬ nervosa sleep the guest of Misses Laura and Sallie Mr Ed McOhesnev of McKinnev wr JJ uaarrett lor tne past month clude to announce himself he will lessness tried physicians and differ left Tuesday for their home in Hen- Bransom at Lock No 4 ent medicines without suooees But Texas is visiting his paronts Mr J derson make a lively canvass one botfclo of Dr Milon Nervine Mr L D West and family of San S McChesney and wife near Farm cauaed sound sleep every night aad Mrs Ohas Miller daughter and RipbFiqs Mr F H Duvall of she is feeling like a new person Mrs Francisco Oal are visiting Hon I dale son Miss Minnie and Master Kenneth Miss Nellie Anglin of Lexincrton of Chicago and Misses Emma and Look No 4 is eating ripe figs from Klizaboth Wheeler Larawie City T WeBt on Conway street mma Wyoming who tried all ether reme Â¬ tree raised by him a three-year-oMaster Henry Hale returned Wed who has been visiting Miss Kate Natalia AHanannh eV fMnAiMal dies declares that after three weeks the guests of Mrs L D Hancock of nesday from a sojourn of several Murphy returned homo Tuesday this county Hfle of the Nervine for Hedaobe SholbyviUo Mail Wagon afternoon Nervous Prostration ete she wm weeks at Blue Lick Springs Mr Ed A Tuttle who was Assist Â¬ Sold by J W entirely relieved Mr Len Hughes loft Monday for ant State Librarian under Mrs Cook Misses Evelyn and Jessie Walbeok All ordors for the Shelby ville mail Gayle Trial feettte free 1 of Louisville and Misses Addie Reyn Â¬ Mountain Lake Park Marylandwhoro was in the city Monday shaking wagon to oall for passengers pack Â¬ o He located ages Bhould be left at Le hands with old friends For Rknt Brlok cottage of three olds and Musa Foley of Lexington he will remain for several weeks in Texas some nine years ago and Is Oompte Gayles drug store South rooms and kltohen on Mero street are visiting Mrs Jas A Murray at playing with the State College Band only on a visit to his old Kentucky Side R P Thompson See Dennis Murphy at Wakefields and then go to the Worlds Fair 4 2t Glen Willis home 49 tf sawmill PERSONAI Miss m A m rt Â¬ VI Â¬ I - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ld V 3 vr jfc j feil - ik Tliniawtfraf 3 I K fe Â¬ te WONDERFUL Is our stock of Diamonds Watches Silverware Clocks etc for our i i t V MIDSUMM ER We must sell as it will soon be time for our fall stock Call now for Vm Jl V H 2P3W Iff lJU 4 rji I n M Clearing sale fe B w d J fc - i BARGAINS -- K- - L SELEEET County Court BASE BATjL Coxing ton Downs Us but Wo Walk Away With Pleas- nvoville V i- - 3 - f J 1 frsw kF V l5 Jjfef k c3Ei m pjj limits and refused the offer that the electric street car line is being built Mr Saffell has faith in the future of Frankfort and thinks his land will bring more money in The Pleasureville team and the the near future Prankforts crossed bats at Lake Park O N Rogers Tuesday The game was very interÂ¬ and pretty esting from start to finish Of Adams N Y ate nothing but dry plays and hard hits wore numerous bread for three years on account of Both teams were blankqd in the first that terrible disease Dyspepsia He three innings In the fourth the states that he was entirely cured by Household Tea and can home team made two runs and were Dr Halesanything now eat This greatest never headed though in the seventh medicine known is sold at 25 and 50 inning it looked like the visitors cents per package at Carpenters 3 would win They struok one of their drug store batting streaks and ham Â¬ famous Matrimonial mered out eight runB In the eighth And ninth neither side scored and the Neal Mahan Mr John Neal and game cloBed as follows Mrs Mary Mali an of the Forks of Elk horn were granted license to wed on AB II IB SB PO A E FlUNKFORT 6 2 4 0 9 10 Wndsey II lb 6 1 2 1 6 1 1 Monday by County Clerk Smith and Davis o Wlnteramlth as were married that evening at the 1 4 2 0 1 1 2 McFarland A p 2 1 0 2 3 2 1 residence of Mr Troxwell by Rev Xlndsoy W 2b rt 1 1 0 4 4 2 McFarland II 3b John Burdin TanDenreer If 1 6 2 0 1 0 0 lime cf Thomas Brent Hon Claude M bowman 10 1 0 Thomas former Representative from 43 11 17 3 27 11 7 Totals Bourbon and recently appointed U AB It IB SH TO A K S PLEA8UIIKVIMK Consul to Marsailles 4 2 1 Ulack lb and 2b 12 0 3 0 0 Margaret Chambers Brent and MIbs 6 2 2 0 Rucker cr daughter Sleblo p and lb J Meredith as and c 511 3 0 0 4 1 of JudgewereH Bront of the SuperiorÂ¬ 5 Merchant 2b and p marriod in Paris Wed 1 5 1 0 5 1 0 Court Smith c and as 4 0 TCealer If 12 0 100 11 nesday evening 5 Hammond 3b and rf 4 0 0 0 2 1 2 Updike Manley At tho County Nash rf and 3b Clerks office on Wednesday after 14 1 2Q 10 7 21 9 Totals noon Mr William Updike and Miss 9 T INNINOS 0 0 0 3 2 0 fi 0 011 Lida M Manloy wore made man and Frankfort 0 9 wife by Rov W O Taylor Pleasureville -- managers of the Lexington club went to work to get together a nine whioh would down our boys They employ- Â¬ ed the best amateurs and players in Cincinnati and Louis- Â¬ ville and succeeded in organizing a first rate team They cumo down liere on Friday afternoon of last week thirsting for revenge and they got it for they caught the home team on an off day The game had hardly started before the Frankforts went to pieces and piled up a long string of Our best players seemed to orrors have lost their cunning and try as they might they did not seem to be Able to hit the side of a house or stop a hog in a lane much less abat or catch a ball It looked like dead cinch for Lexington until the eighth inning when the Frankforts pulled themselves together and made five rrnns but it was too late and the game ended with a record of 10 to 5 made against us Saturday the managers very un- Â¬ wisely gathered together a weaker team than they had on the field the day before went to Lexington and were almost anihilated by the base ball aggregation of that oity the score standing 15 to 1 in favor of the boys in blue Smarting under the defeat given thoir nine by the Frankforts on their own grounds week before last the and made a good record while Roxy held down 2d and caught and Pen played 3d and short The score was 12 to 0 in Lexingtons favor but neither one of our boys made a score Q W Hammond the captain of the Pleasureville team besides being one of the cleverest fellows in the State is a good ball player and one of the best and fastest horse shoers in the country He has put on three thou Â¬ sand two hundred and aeventyshoes since January 1 1893 m Country Fires The barn of Mr Lee A Owen at Tetts Station was destroyed by fire one day last week The fire is supposed to have been caused by a spark from a passing locomotive as the barn waB only a short distance from Â¬ the track The home of Sarah Price colored who lives near Duckera Station was destroyed by fire Monday morning Most of the household goods and fifty dollars in money were also destroyed with the house The house was in Â¬ sured for 250 Refused a Good Offer There was a large crowd in town Monday to attend county court but it was rather a dull day so far as bus- Â¬ iness on the street was concerned Numerous vehicles and some horses were offered for sale but those sold brought very low prices But little business was transacted in the court all tho tax cases being post- Â¬ poned until Thursday The will of Mrs Christiana Oraik was probated She leaves her niece Christiana McEwan her gold watch and fifty dollars her niece Mary S McEwan a lot of silver spoons and fifty dollars To her step daughter Jennie Oraik she leaves a house and lot in South Frankfort tho lot front- Â¬ ing 100 feet on Shelby street and run Â¬ ning back 198 feet to an alley known as the Leach plape together with any personal property which may re Â¬ main after the first named bequests and the just debts of the testator are paid To her husband Wm Oraik she leaves the property on the south- Â¬ west corner of Todd and Shelby streets known as the McEwan home- Â¬ stead Wm Oraik is appointed exec- Â¬ utor with the request that he be not required to give bond reler Summer Goods Te MUST GO X STRHW HHTS At almost your own price it fH va i Ladies Kid Oxfords - now 50c iriif it Deatlis Mr Ohas W Saffell was offered a Hughes Mas Martha A Hughes few days since three hundred dollars per aore spot oash for his land on wife of W J Hughes Esq died sud Â¬ Ladies Tan Coid Oxfords 75c 1 the Lawrenceburg pike near the city denly Saturday afternooni at the Now family residence in South Frankfort rf33 6020220 5230101 5120701 10620 110 Â¬ tamed Runs 12345678 00000180 Pleasureville Frankfort 7 A 5 Selble Throe Base lilts Wlntersmltu and Two Base Hit D Mc To Cleanso tho System Effectually yet gently when costive or billious or when the blood is im- Â¬ pure or sluggish to permanently cure habitual constipation to awaken the kidneys and liver to a healthy activ Â¬ ity without irritating or weakoning them to dispel headaohes colds or 1 m fevers use Syrup of FigB aged about 57 years She had been confined to bed since the Monday previous with an attack of bilious colic to which she was subject and just before her death took some lemo Â¬ nade which produced extreme nausea and the strain resulting from fre- Â¬ quent retching caused the breaking of a blood vessel on the brain and she died in a few minutes from ap- Â¬ oplexy The deceased was a sister of Mr J S MoKendriok formerly president of the Frankfort National Bank and leaves two daughters and several stepchildren to whom she had been a kind and affectionate mother to mourn with their father an irrepara- Â¬ ble loss The funeral took place from the family residence 327 Murray street at 830 oclock Monday morning and the remains were taken to Lexington for interment Hoover Mrs Elizabeth Hoover widow of the late Thomas Hoover of this city died at the residence of her niece in Jeffersonville Indiana on Wednesday The remains were brought here for interment Thurs day morning Tho services at the grave were conducted by Rev W O Taylor of tho Baptist Church the docoased having for years been a de- Â¬ voted member of that ohurch Ohism In this county on Sunday August 6th Mrs Prude Ohism Brawneii In this county near Bald Knob on Sunday August Oth infant child of Mr Tobo Brawner Mr Thomas Batte editor of the Graphic Texarkana Arkansas has found what he believes to be the best remedy in existence for flux Hisex- well Serionce is Last worth remembering summer I had a very severe attaok of flux I tried almost every known remedy none giving relief Chamberlains Oolio Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy was recom Â¬ mended to mo I purohased a bottle and received almost immediate rellof I continued to use the modioino and was entirely cured I take pleasure in recommending this remedy to any person suffering with suoh a disease as in my opinion it is tho best modi Â¬ 25 and 50 cent oino in existence bottlps for sale by J W Gaylo lot of Ladies 350 Oxfords now 2 Lower Prices On mi Low Cot Shoes iV- y1M 2 1 1 MCLURE W Hi 5- - 92 ffl Tarland Home Run Sjilblo Passed Balls Smith Meredith Base on Balls Off McFarlnnu 1 off Merchant 3 Hit by Pitched Ball Llndsor W Newman and 13 luck Struck Ont By Merchant 9 McFarland 4 Triple Play Newman II Llndseyand II Mc Â¬ ItftWttlCOT IS Farland Time of Game 2 hours Umpire Dr Dade NOTES- Lrta i fSgnL Eoxy Davis Dick VanDervoar and down from overwork Persons or household cares Browns Iron removes Rebuilds the Ten Merohant went to Lexington system Aids digestion Bittersexcess of bile Wednesday and played with the end cures malaria Oct the genuine Ploasurovilloa against the base ball For Sale or Rent My dwelling aggregation in that oity while A house on Ann street D MoFarland umpired Diokpitohod tf J T Buckley are broken Many Jttly80 ly Au ftfc- - jdlL M M L rv Wl 7 i t ttV J m n 4HflNILUlBUIJ7fL-- - eWH3BBl Wf 7 wt wflrwc FWHKhkwJ9 JCB JSBrejraEFtWrlETPMrVwir - t t lSfrWvfHPP jr -- - TsWf v - r- twflHvTSwraraHBm rr y IWJWrTHnlB t WWESWy7 wL T V A f71 jFHANKFORT roundabout A Plain Statement Below will be found a true monf nf tlin nnndition of the E H Sons assets and liabili Taylor r ties as taken from their boots to gether with the appraised values after the assignee had made up its schedule It is nlain and it can easily be seen from it that the firm is in good condition On Tulv 19th ultimo the dato ol thfilr siflsicrnment the books of E H Sons were placed in TWlnr Jr the hands of their assignee The Se- Safety Vault Co of curity Trust At that date the Lexington Ky books of the firm presented the following result on the condition of the business viz Â¬ Entered nt the post offlce at Frankfort Kentucky as second class niullnbld matter stato- - All ages and all conditions of will find just the help that woman needs in Dr Pierces Favorite Proscription womanhood GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT AUGUST 12 1808 Â¬ PLOT AT THE PEN PRUS TltATED Pistols Cnrtridjjcs and Dyna iwito Booms Found Con Â¬ 4 cealed Warden S A Normnn was informed some days ago that certain prisoners had arms and amunition concealed within the walls and kept a sharp look out for the same On Tuesday he was notified that the Reeves brothers and Millard three of the most desperate convicts in the prison who were sent up from Monroe county for burning the town of Tomkinsville and robbing the bank were seen to carry a suspicious looking package to a shanty in the south end of the yard where Millard was employed in Tuesday night after boiling soap the prisoners were locked in their cells Mr Norman took several men to the shanty tore up the floor and dug the ground over in the search The shanty was for the package built against the side of a warehouse used for storing seasoned timber and in removing the floor of the shanty a plank nailed against the side of the warehouse was ripped off which revealed an opening under the floor of the larger building when the Warden directed one of the men to see what was under there Ho thrust in his arm and drew out a sack con- Â¬ taining about one hundred melalic cartridges which would fit a Winches Â¬ ter rifle arid 44 calibre piBtol and a wooden box closely sealed up with sealing wax to prevent the moisture getting into it When the box was opened it was found to contain two pistols three boms made of dynamite and gun powder inclosed in glass bottles and a bottle of gun powder Walter Berkley who served out his term in the penitentiary several months ago and who was arrested at the gate for having burglars tools in his possession and is now in jail awaiting trial is known to have stolen one of the pistols and the cartridges while employed as a trus- ty about the offices at the gate and that he gave them to the Reeveses The other pistol disappeared during Warden Bolans term and had evidently been buried for a long time and only recently dug up cleaned and oiled It is also supposed that Berkley obtained the gun powder and dynamite of which the booms were made at different times while going about the city as a trusty It was the intention of the men to either slip up to the entrance at a time when visitors were going out throw one of the boms to demoralize or kill the guards at the gate then make a rush for liberty shooting down any one who might offer oppo- Â¬ sition Or if a favorable opportunity did not offer at the gate to conceal themselves in the second story of the old hospital cut through the brick wall shoot the guard on the wall which divides the womens yard from the main yard get on to this wall from the opening they proposed to make in the old hospital run across to the guard house and lower themselves to the ground from the rear wall of the prison and then make a rush for the open country bub as they were all locked up Wed Â¬ nesday morning in their cells and severely punished they will hardly gain their liberty this trip Assets Liabilities Surplus iH55l f 347732 2o 197832 13 W tho medlcino costs you nothing its makers dont want your money Get it if youre a tired or suf Â¬ fering woman and get wolL It builds up and invigorates tho en tiro system regulates and pro motes tho proper functions and restores health and strength At tho two critical periods in a wo Â¬ mans life tho chango from girl- Â¬ hood to womanhood and later tho chango of life it is a per Â¬ fectly safe and an especially volu ablo remedial agent that can pro Â¬ duce only good results or all tho derangements irÂ¬ regularities and weaknesses pecu Â¬ liar to tho sex Favorite Pro scription is tho only remedy so certain that it can bo guaranteed If it fails to benefit or euro you havo vour money back You pay only for tho good you gee von you osk moro i Â¬ Â¬ Thats a matter thats guarant- Â¬ eed If it cant bo done then W McKEE HARDIE DRTJ G IST KY a U HALLS OLD STAND FRANKFORT We keep a full line of DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES 0 i i i And cordially ask our friends to give us a call 1 W McKEE HARDIE ly Jan21 GAYLE JV a e A Tinder the deed of assignment the the country There is no clock in court appointed appraisers of aBsets our building and it is for the purposeÂ¬ placed in our build who having performed their duties of having a clock you ing that we write in the premises reported Now by the authority invested in The assets as valuable for the sum oi S3637a tillsi 26 you we request that you direct the The liabilities as above bsing Supervising Architect to ascertain S210i7 69 what alteration or change there will A surplus of made in the government Of the above indebtedness of 347 have to be Frankfort and the cost HEAT building in 73226 there is directly secured by thereof so a clock can be put in the anrf on LAWN MOWERS The cost of collateral 25442749 and not directly tower of the building all necessary change to be made and secured say 9330477 of the clock report the status of the price you and that you will red This statement shows the same to the firms business as taken from the comend the same to Congress to be face of their books and upon the ap Â¬ appropriated for the Frankfort Pub- Â¬ lic Building at the next session praisers report can have these im If other N B The appraisement does not provements cities is there a plausible rea include the value of their trade son why Frankfort cannot have the marks brands and business good Bame will nor the judgment recovered by We have been sadly overlooked in badly neglected besides them in the Franklin Circuit Court the past and the enormous amount considering of and now pending in the Court of Ap- Â¬ money collected by the government peals against the Geo T Stagg through the industries of Frankfort vicinity It is Co enjoining it from simulating and one and remedy to correct the the other their brands and trade marks and is the motive that we have in address- Â¬ directing an account to be taken- - of ing you on this subject Knowing to the entire profits made by said Stagg you have tho power as agrant our matter of 22000 twenty request and believing Company upon about pride to the seat of government of two thousand barrels of whisky your State you will readily see the For removing Stumps and Kocks ior yuarry mon and Well diggers Safe easily handled and cheap For full information and price address Their attorneys who are recognized equity of our claim and have our Q151rPTrH SBMPLB LOUISVILLE KY as the peers of any feel confident of prayers granted for a clock on our Ap- Â¬ fmblic building without further de the affirmation by the Court of peals of the judgment of the lower Hoping to hear from you in regard to the matter at an early day Mar 18 ly court H H Watson U Keenon B T How We Grow Old Farmer S F J Trabue A W Macklin Wm H Murray E E The thread that binds us to life Is most Hume D M Woodson Hugh Rod Â¬ frequently severed ere the meridian of lite is man E M Drane John L Scott A reached In the case of persons wno neglect H McUlure John L Scott jr R B obvious means to renew failing strength Jillson sr A J Graham F H Du Vigor no less the source of happiness than vall JameB W Alley N B Church the condition of long life can be created and W L Johnson Thus J Todd Jno perpetuated where It does not exist Thou W Pruett J L Rodman Meagher sands who have experience or ate cognizant Marshall Lee H Cohen jr I Davis lne udlng many physicians of eirlnence of the effects of Hostetters Stoniiwh Bittersu Jos Robinson W B Bridgeford L ON MAIN STEET TO bear testimony to Its wondrous efficacy ub Hord Thomas B FordL A Thomas of strength in feeble constitutions and B G Williams County Judge creator Frank Â¬ A steady debilitated and shattered systems performance of the bodily functions renewed lin County Jos Rodman Sam D appetite flesh and nightly repse tit tend the Johnson W S Dehoney O Claxon use of tnis thorough and standard renovant B R Bacon W B Showalter W H Use no locil tonic repr sentedto be akin to or EasEmEnt nf Capital Hotel H Wm Demand VanWinkle Sneed Guy resemble It In effects In ts place the genuine which Is un acknowledged Barrett J L Rodman the M H P BThey will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a remedy for Indigestion malaria neivousness constipation hver and kidney complaints and Williams jr A O Henry W L Col- Â¬ short time W B Robinson Howard lins Mc rheumatisms Coy J S Bryan T P Tremere G R Sneed Wm G Weitzel Joseph Swi We Want a Clock gert Dean Reason S V Pence A B Hammond J M Wakefield W J Ky Aug 7 1893 Frankfokt Co W T Gaines N R G Carlisle Secretary of the Hughes Hon John Sullivan Thomas Heffner JoHn T Treasury Washington D C Dear Sir We the undorsigned Waters N I McDaniel J H Bailey Bro citizens of Frankfort and vicinity re- Â¬ City Engineer O E Collins Buck- Â¬ spectfully request your earnest and J Corbett V iJerberich Mike Miles Bull serious attention to the following ley John E Son W S S CRosson R K John figures concerning the revenue the McClure Government has derived from Ken- Â¬ Driscoll Dan J Newman Jno O tucky and her industries in the past Hawkins HJ Hyde Lewis Mangan thirty one years and also the reve- Â¬ J L Collins Thomas J Hutchison nue collected by the Stamp Deputy W B George C E James John H G G Hock at Frankfort in the past eighteen Triplett Win B McEwan O T Egbert months ending June 30 1893 Total ensmith B W Jeffers T Reading Henry collections from Kentucky from June E J Haly Ringold Wm Cromwell John S 30 1862 to June 30 1893 was 326 24240750 For 1893 26618 92036 an Harrod Geo E Frazler R C Steele Urutchev B Wj increase of nearly five million dollars S Black M L O E Huehes F S Haff Herd Jno over last years receipts BrislanL F Johnson MoKenzie R Stamp Deputy The collection of the FOR PRESERVING FRUIT Todd Wm P Scott W O Williams at Frankfort for the year ending 1111025 CO Jno D 30 1892 was O June Griffin D L Haly G Same Irom Junuary to Ju y 1 lBtfS H D Harrod L O Wallace 814414 80 Shaw was John A Noonan Black Hughes Tofil collections for 16 months by James B Thomas Lewis Weitzel W 20054 9 93 McKee Hardie Thos Stamp Deputy at Frankfort J Brislan Geo Considering the premises as is fully B Thomson Hugh L Tobin N B shown above and as we are and have Smith Kean OH Tremere L B been the seat of government of the Banta John N Marshall M P Gray first born or original State to enter J Craik Jackson Sol Harris F 0 Bro R M the union for over one hundred years Cannon Ellwanger Off for Oklahoma and as thatgovernment the Ameri- Â¬ Morris Thos P Averill W H or the United States Averill Jerome Weitzel Henry Gob Col Thos H Corbett resigned his can Government has grossly neglected our city in ber J C Noel A H Waggoner Jas position as clerk at the penitentiary many ways and discriminated in R Ely G K Drane O W Saffell ZBXr on Saturday and left Thursday for favor of other cities furnishing the Geo Salender jr W T B South of Guthrie Oklahoma where he has Capitalspost infant States with magnif John Buckley O L Gayle OrutcherÂ¬ ofllces or government H Gra Starks Wm ODonnell icent been appointed Receiver and Disburs buildings all complete in every re- Â¬ ham W H Julian M DJ Averill er of Public Moneys by President spect costing millions of dollars Jas Tichnor A B Read J B Utter Cleveland He will be succeeded as whilst we are put off with a building back John Ed Graves R K Mc- Â¬ S3 M T Pence W clerk at the penitentiary by Mr G II not costing over 150000 and that Clure SFurgerson Sam S Saffell building incomplete at that when Richard E James Stone of Spencer county Col Cor- - compared with other buildings erect- M D John H OassellTN Sullivan betts family will join him in his new i ed by the government throughout WP Emerson S Klass home about the first of September Just before he left Tuesday the guards and officials at the Kentucky Penitentiary presented Col Corbett with a handsome silver water set and a new suit of clothes and the prison Â¬ ers also presented him with a fine DEar AuEZISriEiSS silk umbrella He has been the clerk at the prison for the past two years and his genial kindly disposition has made everyone connected with the is Rock institution his warm friend and ad Â¬ mirer and th presents were but the expresion of their friendship in a The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder lTo Ammonia No Alum substantial form Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard The silver ware was purchased at Solborts and handsomely engraved ISrrfcT April 1M Lawn Mowers ie 450 500 a Friends I stand at the for Hardware I Lead The Market Â¬ Â¬ CBr Haanen 323 SEOiiDWAT Street- - V V VHJLVU3I n JACOB SWIGERT CO Â¬ Have Removed From the Bafzell Building -- j Of 101 AND 102 ANN STKEET the ij A 1 v i hV Â¬ Diiiibb TTLES ENAMELED KETTLES GRANITE KETTLES TINKETTTLES -- I A Masons Fruit Jars Plain Glass Fruit Jars Stone Fruit Jars and Tin Cans For Preserving FOE SiI E - ja C t f u I 70 3 h Â¬ LOOK HERE PRICES Powder Have you seen the new and complete stock of Baking OpM and If not call and examine and satisfy yourselves that everything new and at Bottom Prices 232 I 4 STKEET 3i I 5 f m t r7 OVERSTOCKED AND MUST SELL J- W x J Y KS7 ri fc ru B - I must reduce my stock of 3CCr within the NEXT SIXTY DAYS and I am determined to do so at all hazards In order to accomplish this I will lESingrS I intend to buy a magnificent holiday stock which will arrive early in the fall and for sell all of the above named articles at 20 per cent off for the next 60 days which I intend to pay spot cash and I am going to move my present stock to make the payment I need money and must dispose of the above goods below cost Come and see THAT is what I mean and that is what I say Peas Q old aild Silver Watclaes Olxaiaas CliarmS v mv mux mvr y HSF - W L COPPERSMITH THE JEWELER ed referee are of ROUNDABOUT very The duties as the only through Advertised Letters at Frankfort Kentucky important it ia I KELLEY WM OB him that we can know the standing UnATTpRNEY-AT-LA- W and location of the applicant FRANKFORT AUGUST 12 1898 Below will be found a list of adver der the old law quacks from Cincinnati OF C1NCINNAT IO will be at the and elsewhere often sent their diplo- tised letters for the week ending RJBAI ESTATE Carlisles Mistake mas from the mountain counties or August 12 1893 FHOECTES HOTEL WILL PRACTICE m THE AGENT from country cross roads in order to Brown Miss An- - Morison Miss COURTS O TT Franklin and the adjoining counties aa Mattie nie Secretary Carlisles recent order take us off our guard will Alio giro special attention to the purshaM IN LEXINGTON KY fee wsa the and sale of ml estat oollectloa of rnt alalas that all taxes due on whisky must be As I drew when law nofound that Brown MiBs Car- - Marshall Thomas but 2 it was rie and the legetlatJaa or loans paid in cash is causing a great deal n Illinois Minnesota and other Berry Mrs Bettie Patterson Miss Saturday August 12 1893 tBBft1v of inconvenience to the banks and States where similar laws were in Baldwin Herman Lila Saturday Septomber 2 1893 fee of It is impossible- for the force a uniform graduatesfive dollars Buckner Henry Palmer Robert distillers Saturday September 23 1893 T KIJB TECZ was charged and Robinson Miss a sufficient supply of ty dollars for under graduatestwen Booth Jame banks to keep Saturday October l4 1893 the for Hettio currency on hand to pay the checks Revisory Commission put it as it Bramrall Wm Cobb Miss Gertie Stanfield E L 2 HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without surglca The labor inof the whisky men and meet the de now stands 200 Stikes Jim B operation uud with little or no pain business also volved in putting the law in opera- Ohenaulfc George Spear Noah mands of their regular REEERENCES an enormous one taking Conly Mrs tion will and the distillers are compelled to the time be myself and two assistants Dean Bill Mary Stevenson Mrs W McKee llardie Frankfort Ky of Smith Mrs Rob Frankfort Ky J A EScott Gober Frankfort Ky send to other citieB to get the cash to for at least a year and as it is a little GrubbB Miss An- - Scott Willie The Direct and Popular Line to 11 Dr money is uncertain how the Board will dispose pay their taxes When the J T Staten Frankfort Ky Sanders Mrs W nie V Berberlch Frankfort X from the fees I of the G paid to the collectors it is forwarded will be fund arising to turn over the Garnett Mrs Rev L P Uulett Benson Ky very glad Maria Tinsley S M A II McClure Frankfort Ky to Washington and is thus with work to any competent person who Graham Mrs W Tutt JoseDh vVJ Hughes Frankfort Ky at will take it off my hands drawn for circulation for a time J David Moore Benson Ky Trieber Len 0 Jas M Wlthrow Frankfoit Ky Tavlor Misa Oar- least Forty live thousand dollars in Applications are coming in very TTnlfitf Rill find the law will have Hughes Alex DR KELLEYS office and residence Is at 259 I rie cash was paid to the Deputy Collec- rapidly and support of Cincinnati and where be may the profession Haden Carter the cordial Taylor Miss Alice West Eighth street of each week except SATURbe found everj day tor in this city one day this week throughout the State Many illegal Hulett Miss Clara B DAYS Pamphlets describing these diseases and it will not take long at that rate registrations under the old law are Harrod- H W and the mode of treatment sent free to any one Thompson Mrs W I KELLEY M D by addressing Arid all Points NORTH and WEST for all the currency to be drawn out being brought to light in quarters Henson James B Hellen 259 W Eight St Cincinnati O Vandyke Howard Helsay Ike whisky producing districts in where it was not expected of ttie Very respectfully CONSULTATION FREE Lewis Misa Clara Wells Misbi Annie the State J N McOormack Lewis Miss Addie Webb Charlie Vestibuled Trains We are informed by persons in a Secretary Long Mrs Van- - Williams Frank not to my r - S34 SjP CLAIR STREET W Â¬ FRAMKFOKT CROMWELU Â¬ Â¬ tTT V - Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MONON ROUTE V- if m Â¬ Â¬ CHICAGO Dining Car Services Palace Chair Cars Â¬ - IV n m n fr ft v a 1 ft J V1 i A i position to know that had it been for this order the crisis would have been passed some time since If there ever was a time when the people need the help of the Government that time is the present and the Secretary of the Treasury has certainly blundered If the Govern- Â¬ ment is doubtful of the banks and afraid to receive certified checks up- Â¬ on them the people ought not to be censured for a want of confidence also It is possible for the Secretary of the Treasury to give relief to the people as hiB predecessors have done and if he is unable to grasp the situation ho is the wrong man in so important a position Â¬ 1 dren will undoubtedly be of interest to many mothers She says I spent Florence of Moler Charley The success of Mrs McKeesport Pennsylvania in the Miller Miss Levia Walker Mrs Jen nie treatment of diarrhoea in her chilr McKinney Mrs M Beam diver Wiley Miss Veterinary Remedies PltEPAllEDBYTHE A Vl T1 r several weeks in Johnstown Pennsyl Â¬ vania after the great flood on ac- Â¬ count of my husband being employ- Â¬ ed there We had several children with us two of whom took the diarrhoea very badly I got some of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy from Rev Mr Chapman It cured both of them I know of several other cases where I think it it was equally successful cannot be excelled and cheerfully 25 and 50 cent botrecommend it tles for sale by J W Gayle Â¬ Wallingford Nan Kentucky Veterinary Meiliciiie Co Mary When calling for these letters say MT STERLING KY advertised J M Saffell P M Ii nrtr Ii f ct Sltercrs v And Only First Classs Accommodations For Further Information Address S V Unsolicited KENTuCKYWETERINARY m Carltons Now Job Mr D A AdamB who has been agent for the U S and Adams Ex- Â¬ press Companies in Georgotownfor twenty years has resigned on ao count of a reduction in his salary and Mr Carlton Graham of this city Â¬ has been appointed to fill the vacan cy Mr Graham has been running as O and Louismessenger on the 0 roads for several years ville Southern and ia one of the best boys who ever left Frankfort The people of Georgetown will find him polite and accom Â¬ modating and the Adams will have no more popular agent in their em- Â¬ ploy He took oharge of the office on Monday Â¬ Â¬ J XT ms J v ii m An Olllcial Group A photographio group of the police force and city officials was made re cently and is displayed in tho City Clerks office There have boon so many questions asked as to who tho venerable looking grey haired old gentleman who occupies a central position in the ploture is that our City Marshal is thinking of hiding Â¬ tho photograph away in a dark cor- Â¬ v ner Important to Physicians In response to some inquiries B P A W G Crush D Pi A Bryant The following testimonial came to us Kenyon Thomas Co Adams LOUISVILLE KY N Y Gentlemen For the past two years I have suffered terribly with OR During what doctors call eczema this time I have consulted several physicians and used a number of TRADE MARK Jas Barker G P A Chicago HI well known remedies but could get no relief until finally I was urged to ANTI0STINE for Splints Curbs Spavins e Colic Remedy Remedy for Pneumonia In give youfromedies a tridl I cannot Dhttnuer etc Utrel At lluenza BliserliiK Ointment and Gall Olnt Â¬ say enough in praise of them Eye Lotions Text Boole for Indigent Chil nresent I am as well as I ever was in ineur Balls Skin Lotion Vart Remedy Physic dren Woini Powders Stimulating LInlnnnt Uter- Â¬ my life and owe my sincere thanks to Saortest and quickest between ine Tonic Uterine sedative you for Dr Hales Household Oint Â¬ Cough Mixture alterative Wound Dressing Fluid Mineral Â¬ The attention of trustees and teach- ment and Tea Any one doubting CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT ers is called to the following section the sincerity of this testimonial will Tonic ami Condition Powders of the new school law and they aro confer a favor by addressing very Only direct line between W requested to act immediately ruly yours N J MoNabb T1108 Hunter Leominster Mass 206 ST CLAIR STREET HALLS DRUGGIST O S S Frankfort Georgetown and Paris Car These remedies are for sale at 2o OLDbTAfD SEO 43 ART V and GOo at P H Carpsnxbrb drag Sole Agent For Frankfort Ky lisle tfaysville Cyntbiana Fal Â¬ It shall be the duty of each county etore FeblWim superintendent before the opening mouth and Co7ington of the schools each year and from To Bagdad time to time by personal observation CllllllIIlllllllllllllllIIlltlllllIIIllIIlllllllllllllillllllIiB FOR TICKETS VIA KY MIDLAND ASK or from trustees and teachers and N Railroad On August 12th theL otherwise to ascertain the number will sell round trip tickets to Bagdad I and cost of text books upon each of Ky at one and one third fare good f TRAINS RUH BY CEHTRftL STfUMDAHD TIME the common school branches needed returning August 13th on account of by the indigent children of each oolored Odd Fellows Pionio 1 SEWING MACHINE TIME TABLE MAY 27 1BU3 district and of the county lor use in H B Loqsdon HiiiiiiiuiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiwHiiuiiiitiiiiimiiiiie the common schools and shall report Agent A to the county judge the member and Ul M p M WARRANTED No 1 No 8 No 7 TRAINS E AST kind of books needed when the county judge shall purchase the books A Lv Frankfort 840 700 124 5 YEARS and pay for them by an allowance Lv Summit 706 346 1265 made by the fiscal court of tho coun- Â¬ 8G2 711 Lv ElKhorn TTf 110 county judge shall turn them 718 400 ty the LvSwItzer 125 Lv stamping Ground 729 411 145 over to the county superintendent 786 Lv Duvall 418 155 for distribution taking receipt for the 4 24 742 Lv Johnson 206 B 431 74J Lv Georgetown 220 number and value of the books but Lv C S Deuot 768 245 4t0 the cost of said books shall nqt ex- Â¬ OI wire w 6 808 Lv Newtown 805 ceed in tho aggregate one hundred 5111 816 Lv Centrevllle 320 EESIta Lv Eilzitbeth 820 615 890 dollars in any county ner annum It O 8W 625 Ar Paris 345 is heroby made the special duty of LlBtBal3 IA M P M k M P M tho county and tho city school super No 2 No 4 No 8 No12 TRAINS WE ST intendent of common schools to re C 6B0 9 15 Lv Paris 545 port to the county judge the names of Usuron a case it will not cure 600 916 527 Ar Elizabeth Anairroeablo Laxative and NERVE TONIC ail such indigent children airmailed Bold by Druggists op sent by mull 25c 60a 9V0 60J 463 Ar Centervllle them by trustees and to see that tho and SlOftpor package Samples free 612 928 443 Ar Newtown 6H0 949 Ar O S Depot provisions of this section are faith- JJTfS The Favorite TOOTH TOWDJS B 1010 685 749 Ar leorgetown fully executed WkP JH U for thoXoeth and Breath 25c 1017 Ar Johnson 6U 803 1023 648 812 Ar Duvall For sale by W McKee Harclie BllIlllllllllllllllllllllllinilllllllMIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllk ArStamplnR Ground 655 ati2 1080 HALLS OLD STAND Has a large nigh Arm Jnn28 IV 7 08 52 1042 Ar Swltzer Strength and Health C 7frME0ICIHE I Kentucky Midland By m McKee Hardie Â¬ -- 1 ROYAL kanst a vT tr3 fej tfs i v ffiltDbi How I I I I - TV1 Â¬ jaf 4rfo I i HI fn ad Â¬ healthy try Electric Bitters If LaGrippe has left you weak and dressed to him Dr JN McOormaok weiiry use Electric Bitters This Seoretary of the State Board of remedy aots direotly on Liver Health has written tho following let- Stoninph and Kidneys gently aiding ter to Dr U V Williams of this city those organs to perform their func Â¬ tions If you aro afflioted with Sick Office of thk Btatk Boaiid ok Hkalto ICendaohe B0WMNQ QHKKN KV July 27 1693 f pernament you will find speedy and relief by taking Electrio Dr U V Williams Frankfort Ky One trial will convinoe you Ab wo undoratand Bitters Dear Doctor that this is tho rembdy you need tho law its provisions uro very plain Largo bottleB only 60o at Phil now praotices Carpenters Drugstore Every physloian who tf or depirea to begin practice must ob Â¬ tain a lioonso from this Board If a diploma was indorsed under tho old BROWNS IRON BITTEJRS law it ia only npceBsary to give tho n ou dato of suoh endorsement to whioh Â¬ If you aro not feeling strong and PARIS CLASSICS INSTITUTE for culture OFFERS the Full College Course with ex Preparatory Department Location at cellent tractive healthful and accessible Genuine home Jul-16-- p HasaSeli RettlngNeedle g lias n Self threading Shuttle p Has No Equal In Construction 5 Has a Mechanical Appearance llaa an Elegant Finish lias a Perfect Adjustment s Has a Positive Tako up S TYna Ctwilalt Wti rnlfnrA 2 Ar Elkhorn Ar Summit Ar Frankfort A 1049 1060 1105 715 721 7S0 905 915 925 highest udviintoigea and Â¬ Â¬ comforts Accommodations tlrst clisa In every particular Catalogues sent on application MWS M W DKRlly Purls Ky g m does a Xrgor Ilange of General Work a lean aay sewing xaaomne in tua n onu Examine THE ROYAL for points ef j YTari XnMi SlArwl BAtvltte flnmllttAfl aniV N A connects with L B connects with Q A C and C C connects with K LS i excellence and ye will buy no other 1 3 I i W J CHINN J an 3017 ROYAL S M CORockford III JR Of- HlllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIHIllllllllllllllllllll I can at once refer cade the diploma should bo forward In any other res Dyspepsia digeation Debility u Will practice in all State Courts fice second floor Custom House Job work neatly exe cuted at this office Â¬ Effective Mar 27th and during tho summer the following Sunday schtdule will be In ellect SDNDAY TRAINa East No H 5 leaves Frankfort 745 a m Nn flnnnrt tnum M nrrlvoa nt Purla Oiir II m i 3 leaves Frankfort 840 p in Georgetown 460 arrives at laris o 2 p ni Wkst No 0 leaves Paris 9 HO n in George Â¬ town 105 arrives Frankfort 1105 a in No 4 leaves Paris 6 M p in Georgetown 630 arrives at Frankfort 780 p m The Kentucky Midland Rnllwny and connec- Â¬ tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all points north south east and west For further information apply to their agents E B WEITZEL 0 D BEROAW City Ticket Agent Gen Pass Agt GEO 1 UARFER Gen tiupt vj a VIA lf T3 i J it Refrigerators Gasoline Stoves Screen Cloth Coal Oil Stoves Fly Traps Fly Fans Lower than any other house in the city can sell them Call and see and get prices No trouble to show goods jD T JfcJL iwr heh Hi O Fruit Cans Water Coolers Ice Cream Freezers Mason Jars fii iJI v i St c B I - E Kyi - vf Date of organization of the Ken Â¬ tucky 0 W B M Ootober 10 1883 200 p m Methodist Church Rev H G 215 p m Devotional Exercises Object To make every Disciple a Educational Work in Henderson will preach to morrow missionary Mountain Missions F O Button No service morning at 11 oclock Motto Ye are my friendB is ye do Paph Julian afld Clinton Lockhart at night the things which I command you 315 p m East Kentucky Evangelis Sunday school meets at 930 a m V John xv 14 tic Work J M Downing 2228672 Baptist Ohurch Rev W 0 Tay Â¬ 400 p m Adjournment EVENING SESSION lor the pastor will occupy his pulpit These figures represent the number to morrow morning Union service at 800 p m Praise Service led by A of bottles of Dr Kings New Discov Â¬ ery for Consumptiom Coughs and O Hopkins night in the United Colds which were Sunday school at 930 a m in the 815 p m Address Where the Bible States from March soldto March 92 91 chapel Speaks We are Silent and Where Two Million Two Hundred and the Bible is Silent We Speak J S Twenty Eight Thousand Six Hun Â¬ dred and Seventy Two bottles sold Southern Presbyterian Ohuroh Sweeney in one year and each and every There will be no services to morrow THURSDAY MORNING bottle was sold on a positive guaran Â¬ morning or evening tee that moriey would be refunded if 900 a m Devotional Exercises m Reports of Committees satisfactory results did not follow its is First Presbyterian Church 915 a and Means Special Missions use The secret of its success can plain It never disappoints and Rev W B Cooper will occupy the Ways Â¬ pulpit to morrow morning at 11 Nominations Future Work Reso- alway be depended on as the very lutions Time and Place Enroll best remedy for Coughs Colds etc Â¬ No service at night oclock Price 50T and 100 At Phil Car ment 6 penters Drug store Episcopal Church Rev W H 1200 m Adjournment Midsummer Number Hampton of Ironton Ohio will oc- Â¬ THURSDAY AFTERNOON cupy the pulpit at Ascension Church 200 p m Devotional Exercises The August Illustrated Ken to morrow morning at 11 oolock No 210 p m Miscellaneous Business tuokjan is a very fine midsummer evening service The are portraits of five 240 p m Work of Elders andDea number Richmond beauties of Hon John B cons Symposium by P Gait MilOatholic Church The usual ler J M Raah B M Arnett R A Huston fifteen pretty babies girl and boy Mrs Bessie Miller Oton Pr6f H services at the Church of the Good Hancock W B Smith J T Hack E Speedy Worlds Fair State Build- Â¬ Shepherd to morrow will be con Â¬ ley et al Besides the ings Fashion Plates ducted by Rev Father W E Gorey 340 p m Report of Obituary Commit usual features of interest there are contributions of value to the general the pastor tee reader The W C T U department High mass at 8 a m low mass 400 p m Adjournment contains the Worlds Fnir Temper General Clays t 10 a m and vespers at 300 p m ance Congress THURSDAY EVENING Miss Icarus closes this series Castle mans drama of Christian Church Regular ser Â¬ 800 p m Song service led by P H Mrs W Leslie Collins Columbus and Tramp are No Duncan vices at 11 a m by the pastor gems Single number 19 cents Pub Â¬ 830p m Address Christs Errand service at night lished at Lexington Ky by L H Stine m To Camp Meeting State Convention The fifty third annual convention of the Kentucky Tenth Annual Meeting of Ken Â¬ On account of the Kavanaugh Camp Christian Missionary Society will as Â¬ tucky C W 13 M Frank Â¬ N R R will sell Meeting the L semble with the Christian Church in round trip tickets to Beards Ky fort August 22 1893 this city from Monday to Thursday August 9th to 21ot good to return MORNING All indications until August 22d at 2 August 21 to 24 H B L0GSD0N to a large and interesting con- Â¬ 930 a m Social Meeting point Agent 1000 a m Bibie Reading and Prayer vention Miss Judd Roll call of Delegates Announce Committees The protracted meeting which has been conducted at the Millville Bap- Â¬ 1020 a m Greeting Miss Powell Re Â¬ sponse and Annual Address Mrs tist Church by Rev Mr Dorgan Harrison closed the first of the week with 1045 a m Secretary and Treasurers three additions to the church Miss 25c50ciJL Sallie Branson of Lock No 4 fur Â¬ Reports Our Lit- Â¬ Cures Consumption Coughs Cronp8oro nished the music on the organ during 1110 a m Short Papers on a Guarantee erature Mrs Sargent Finance Throat Sold by allDriiEcistsShlloha Porous For a Lame Side Back or Chest the meeting Mrs Hair Mis- Â¬ Plaster will give great atifaction 35 cents of O W B M VITALIZE The union services will be held at sionary Journey Miss Loos SHILOHSCbattanooRft Tcnn Bays T 8 Hawkins the Baptist Church to morrow eve- Â¬ 1150 a m Hour of Prayer Mrs MrsShOohaVttaUzerjtAVED MY LIFE I Coleman consider it thtbcalremedyforadebmtatedwtcm ning at 8 oclook Sermon by Rev For I ever usedexcels DyspepsiaetaXlver or Kidney George Darsie of the Christian 1200 m Benediction Price 75 troublo It Church AFTEkNOON AFTERNOON SESSION Â¬ Â¬ RELIGIOUS L MARSHALL W A GAINES L B MARSHALL CO Real Estate and Insurance Ags Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a Real estate bought sold or leased share of the insurance patronage both city and country property for sale at all times A good line of OFFICE 236 MAIN STEEET I FOR SALE Side of cash could arrange payments to sell on easy weekly FOR SALE GARDEN FARM OF 12 ACRES WELL IM proved located on a good turnpike road 3 -- l ROOMS COTTAGE OF Shore street South A FRAME deslrublefeet onwithTHREE umount A from Frankfort lot 50 by 150 miles a small party To a FOR SALE ON THE SOUTH SIDE good neighborhood Prices 550 750 and 850 or 2000 cash for all three This property would muke a good Invest ment us it rents well and is now paying 19 per month Three desirable parties who can make Forks of Elkhorn OFFER WE property FORSALE of at the Forks THREE located arid In COTTAGES THE CHESS WARREN Elkhorn consist Â¬ ing of n two story frame resllence of eight rooms a Inune cottage of six rooms atidÂ¬ a small cash payment can arrange to pay the This property Is cen balance in weekly installments several vacant lots trally located and Is very desirable for either resi Â¬ dence or business property - Â¬ BUILDING- LOTS BUILDING Â¬ FOR SALE ments at Thorn Hill at a bargain WITH OF FIVE improveA GARDEN FARM rooms and otherwill be sold residence of Ave property ACRES Â¬ have Just been completed on a part of this erty and we have one more lot 5u by 2001 eetwhlch we will sell at a bargain to some desirable party who will build Immediately FOR MEDIUM PRICED attention to the Bar Â¬ to call special rett lots on Holmes street Two new residences Â¬ prop SITES WE This FORJENT ROOMS COTTAGE Conway In A FRAME street we ure OF SEVENpropenylsON South Side This authorized to rent at good repair 15 FOR SALE FRAME RESIDENCES OF NINE 2 TWO STORYon North Stof Clasir streetonand one rooms each Shelby two story frame residence six rooms and per month it street between Cross and Campbell South 8Ide This property 11 well located and would moke a very desirable home The lot Is 40 by 200 feet HIGHVIEW DESIRABLE COTTAGE OF FIVE on Hlghvlew for siiIh This prop Â¬ erty has a lot 112 by 162 feet and would make a very desirable home HAVE WE rooms A HlfSHlLOHsi IMMMMl FOR RENT ROOMS A BRICK RESIDENCE OF SIXmay jst uroaawar possession given ON 100 BUILDING OFFER FOR WE building lots on hundred dollars each I0TS OF SALE A NUMBER WilkInson street at one L B MARSHALL CO Programme of tlio Fifty third Annual Mooting of UiolCon tuclcy Christian Mission Â¬ 200 p m Devotional Service Mrs ary Convention 21 24 A- - Time August v Plage Frank Â¬ fort MONDAY AUOUST 21 Kentucky 800 p m MasB meeting as a mission field and how to work it lod by W R Lloyd WEDNE8DAY AUGUST 23 O R 900 a in Devotional Exercises led by R T Matthews 920 a m Address of Welcome Geo Darsie 950 a m Presidents Address W S Keene 1030 a m Report of State Board H W Elliott 1100 a m Treasurers Report Virgil The Evange Â¬ McOlure Address list G W Yancey 1150 a m Appointment of Commit- Â¬ tees 1200 Adjournment Keene TTfivovou Catarrh Try this Remedy ItwlU 210 p m Report of Hazel Green Mis Â¬ relieve and Curo you Prloo 60 cts this in Â¬ furnished jector or ltssuecosafol troatmentlsby uaona sion Prof Cord free Bhllohs Remedies are sold 230 p m Reports of District Manag Â¬ guarantee to give sausiaowou ers Louisville Mrs Fletoher Lex-Â¬ For sale by W McKee Bardie HALLS OLD STAND ington Mrs Poindextor Coving- Â¬ Jan 23 ly ton Mrs Keene Maysville Mrs f N TIME TABLE L Clay Paris Mrs Berry 300 p m Reports of Auxilaries and The following timo table is now in Bands N road effect upon the L 315 p m Report of Superintendent r TBAINB WEST of Childrens Work Mrs Hager- - No23leaveBFrnnkfort 550 am man No 17 leayos Frankfort 985 a in 805 pm 335 p m Paper Junior Endeavor No 21 loaves Frankfort No 10 loaves Frankfort 785 pm Bands Mrs Spencer TBAINS XABT 345 p m Reports of Committees Reception of Fraternal Delegates No 80 mixed train leaves Frank Â¬ 000 n m Miscellaneous Business Dismis fort 1016 am No 18 leaves Frankfort sion 448 p m No 20 leaves Frankfort EVENING Hn Qi nrrivn Frankfort 085 n m 855 p m 730 p m Praise Sorvico with Re- Â¬ No 22 leaves Frankfort sponsive Reading Mrs Yanoey No 10 will stop at Anohorage and Ohristiausburg for for passengers 800pm Evening Address Dr Maok Lexington and points beyond lin Nos 23 17 and 21 oonneot at jagraage Exooutlvo Mooting 830 a m Wed Â¬ for Cincinnati Nos 28 and 21 eonneot nesday August 23 at Anchorage for Bloomfleld Branch Â¬ S HILOHSICATARRH REMEDY Fine Furniture I 1 1 COMPLETE STOCK Of all the Newest and Prettiest Patterns In order to make room for our large stock of Fall goods we will offer special I rl fl LOW FELICES R ROGERS Virirlfcfriirr iAlWtiif SON mJtmtimHii i-- Jbak-A- - M rife- - -i atti - iiiffli----ii- - r i fi WTh M W iv iiv I b vS- - Change ijit - Location Business Sad-d-lex- y 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 W Uhv Y umriiiiiiUiN botn in price and quality ot goods and will save you money reduce our large stock in store and warehouses in the rear ol store DPaints Oils Heavy Haid ware TTvall 2Paper Harness urr5es Sasln XDoors Blinds Wagons S G lass VarnisliPiaster sewer iipe no e Fipe sTire lion ZESoorlrig V Sock Salt Cement Iron Lirae Tools Harness Ijeatner Lace Seatlier Kims Spolres G arden 73nLeels Sope IFisningr Taclsile Oirtlersr and ZBinder Sec lv Twlne 3 inaranteed Hose and DLia sKm tiLgeiats for Talter JL Wood Mcrmrers MV IK i C3 eziexal X iilrt stnd iBx-u-slie- s Vi t 2vo-7-er- s vV and Binders Opposite the Farmers Bank Â¬ Mil f Oor Main and tewis Streets C E Top Drawer LOCAL M A A O COLLINS Â¬ m ti I m TUB K OF P PICNIC -- A Brilliant Success Financially and Socially ii m r mm- 11 1 The picnic ejiven by Doxter Lodge Knights of Pythias on Wednesday was an exceedingly pleasant affair and gathered quite a largo sum into the Lodge treasury The local Knights began to appear on the streets fairly in the morning arrayed in their brilliant uniforms and at 930 formed N in line and marched to the L Knights train to meet a party of from Lexington About thirty came down from that oity who were es- Â¬ corted to the headquarters of the Lodge where a procession was formed which paraded the principal streets and then all took carriages for Thorn Hill Park at which point the various committees of the Lodge had everything in readiness for their guests to spend a perfect day Car Â¬ riages ran every few minutes during he day from the front of Capitol squaro and a large number of young people went out in the morning spentthe day and evening in trip- Â¬ ping the light fantastic while the little ones rode on the flying dutch man The older people sat in the shade enjoying pleasant conversation watching the dancers or the gentle Â¬ men pitch quoits In the evening the crowd was largely augmented and the fun was kept up until a late hour the grounds being illuminated with lamps and Chinese lanterns THE BICYCLE RACES Parker a farmer living in the Farm Another Richmond Mr gggs ate v At 4 oclock the crowd repaired to the hillside overlooking Col Peppers traok to witness the trial of speed by the local wheelmen for various prizes A large crowd also went offered out from the city but the interest died out after the second race and The most of the spectators left weather was most too warm for the Birtiis purpose some of thoBe who Btarted were out of practice and several Johnson In this city on Sunday were made siok by the violent exer Â¬ August 6th 1893 to County Attorney cise Following is the result L F Johnson and wife a daughter First race one mile handicap Mary Elizabeth First prize round trip ticket to the Tlio Weakest Spot Worlds Fair second prize one dale neighborhood announced him- Â¬ Normal School self on Monday as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Kepresen At the recent meeting of the Na- Â¬ tative He and Hon L J Cox will tional Association for the Education now proceed to warm up for the con of Colored Youth at Chicago Prof J test H Jackson of tlm city as Chairman A Splendid Rain A fine shower of the Committee on Statistics made of rain fell Thursday afternoon in the following report Chicago III August 9 1893 Forks of Elkhorn neighborhood which greatly refreshed the crops Rooms ofthjs National Association for the Education of Colored while we only had a few drops in this Youth oity and the Benson and Cedear Run To the American People country is as dry as a powder horn As Chairman of the Committee on Will Continue to Pav State Statistics and Exhibits of the Nation Treasurer Hale has announced that al Association for the Education of Colored Youth the following state it will not be necessary for the Treas Â¬ ment of facts showing the progress ury to suspend payment in order to the colored people of the United protected the school fund as he States have made in education since thinks the State has funds sufficient the close of the war is presented for your careful consideration viz to meet all demands rUDLIC SCHOOLS Is Kin to Frankfort Mr Rozel 1309251 Weissinger who spent a good portion Pupils in Public Schools of his boyhood in this city is a can- Â¬ SECONDARY SCHOOLS didate for the State Senate from Number of Schools 47 one of the Louisville distriots in Number of Students tllS37 which city he has been practicing law UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES for a number of years 25 Colleges and Universities On toe Tasting Committee Col Professors 3G9 808 J Stoddard Johnston of Louisville Collepiate Students 1071 formerly of this city has been ap Â¬ Prepratory Students 6517 pointed one of the judges of whisky Elementary Students at the Worlds Fair and left for Chica 8390 Total go Wednesday night SCHOOLS OF THE0L00Y Petitioned to Run A petition is Number of Schools being circulated and numerously Students 755 signed requesting exGov J Proctor SCHOOLS OF LAW Knott to become a candidate for 5 Number of Schools Mayor 121 Students Open To day The Old Kentucky DENTISTRY AND SCHOOLS OP MEDICINE Saloon on St Clair street will be re PHARMACY opened today by Mr L Weitzel 5 proprietor and Mr Ed L Meagher Number of Schools 300 Student manager Â¬ Â¬ COLORED SCHOOL STATIS- - nities and tho brief time devoted to this species of work With proper enTICS couragement and ample opportunity Is little doubt that many of the Furnished by Prof J II Jack there youths in such schools can be colored taught to become producers rather son Principal of tlio State than consumers and thus add very THE V much to the material as well as to the intellectual and moral growth of our country It iB gratifying to state thatboth experience and observation confirm tho opinion that race troubles and broils incident to a condition of ig- Â¬ norance grow legs in proportion as the people advance in education ana general intelligence It is a source of congratulation also to know that the spirit of enlighten- Â¬ LEAKAGE IMPOSSIBLE ment which tends to liberalize and to render our white fellow citizens more patient and considerate will at Bottom and sides ono continu- Â¬ ous Piece of Lumber the same time teach the colored man not to narrow his sympathy to mei e Material White Ash Wood racial questions but will broaden his Inside Castings Well Galvanized views to humanitys wider issues The millions spent in the South es- Â¬ pecially since the close of the war for ButterHade in Minutes the purpose of educating the colored race and preparing it for the grave AGENTS WANTED In every town responsibilities and duties of Amer Â¬ Single ohurns sold In localities where ican citizenship are beginning to we nave no aentB at wholesale prices bring rich returns in better homes to introduce them Seed for Circular It Wee Urt more comfortable school houses more M BROWN CO commodious church structures a wapakonetao truer manhood and womanhood and TOE 8ALE BY loftier conceptions of their governmental and personal reponsibilitics duties and relations Respectfully submitted447 East Main Street mm sent- y 4LrBufl 3to10 Â¬ - WMWRIGHT - t President State Normal School Papers please copy John H Jackson Frankfort - Kentucky Juue24 3m 3 A Pleasant Event Mrs James A Murray entertained a number of her young friends at her elegant suburban home Glen Willis on Thursday evening in honor of her guests the Misses Walbeck of Louis ville and Foley and Reynolds of Lexington After refreshments and dancing the entire party took a hay ride Among those pxesent were Misses Judith Drane Mary Ely Mame Bull Laura French Blanohe Hill Mary Talbutt Dudley Lizzie Hudson and others The only patent churn which will bear a guarantee H Q MATTERS TDESE- n Pilot trailer -- yi - NORMAL SCHOols Number Schools Normal Students Prepartory Students ElementaryPractice Studenta Total DEAF AND DUMB AND BLIND 52 5011 2178 2852 334 MAIN STREET FRANKFORT KY W 10042 in your whole system perhaps is the Include the colored youth Ben Marshall soratch If we liver If that doesnt do its work of enrolledalso the schools of those StateB in 2 purifying the blood more troubles H L Buroh 50 yards where no separate schools exist it is 3 come from it than you can remember Neville Garrett scratch presume that there are In Dr Pierces Golden Medical Dis- Â¬ fair tonumbers about 1500000 colored 4 William Kavanaugh 200 yards round covery acts upon this weak spot as youth in the common schools of our 5 B T Orutchor soratoh f nothing else can It rouses it up to country being about 50 per cent of By thor-Â¬ healthy natural action Time 315 the total numbor of oolored ohildren 100 yards fell twice oughly purifying the blood it reaches Duane Sinclair up and invigorates every part as shown In the census reportsinif the per cent of those enrolled Ken at the start and was out of the race builds system of the Second race half mile dash First For all diseases that depend on the tucky be taken as tho basis of calcu- Â¬ prize best sweater second prize silk liver or the blood dyspepsia indi- Â¬ lation also been carefully estimated Both the method and results when It gestion biliousness every form of that has umbrella during a of a century Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasaut or lung 2000000 oolored quarter in the United and refreshing to the taste and acts 1 scrofula even consumption people Ben Marshall scrofula in its earlier stages and the States on arriving at manhood and 2 B T Orutoher stubborn skin and scalp diseases the entering upon the active duties of gently yet promptly on the Kidneys 3 Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys Discovery is the only remedy so Duane Sinclair learned unfailing and effective that it can be life have exhibits to read and write tem effectually dispels colds head Â¬ Time not taken School especially in in are being made at aches and fevers and cures habitual Third raoe one fourth mile dash guaranteed benefit or cure you dustrial training by Hampton Nor- Â¬ constipation If it doesnt Syrup of Figs is the tho Worlds Fair First prize fall style hat second have your mprioy baok if I t mal and Agricultural Institute Va only remedy ot its 1 kina ever pro Bhoes prize pair bioycle Atlanta Ga University Kentucky lueed pleasing to the taste and ac 1 -- months laundry Number of Schools Number of Students 530 lf pJSi ENJOYS your weight SURELY use Wlllards Obesity Pills and losu 15 pounds a month No No Interference with busi Â¬ Injury to the health They build ness or pleasure NO STARVING up and Improve the general neulth beautify the Lucy complexion and leave NO WRINKLES Anderson 84 Auburn street Cambridge Muss bottles ol your Obesity Pills re Â¬ writes Three duced my weight from 226 pounds to 100 and I never felt bettor In all my life I am much pleased with the mult and 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 nil oroors are supplied direct from our ottlce Price per pack Â¬ age J200 or three pnekages for 600 by mall pre Â¬ paid Particulars sealed 4 cts ALL CORRES- Â¬ PONDENCE CONFIDENTIAL WiLLARO Apl 3 Gm REMEDY CO BOSTON MASS to reduce FAT PEOPLE -- r u My Â¬ and Disease Work Worry v are a formidable trio yet the weak person frequently has to meet all of ttem at once How can he overcome The answer Is with our Compound Oxygen und ours only The count Â¬ less demonstrations of 23 years war- Â¬ rant this reply Uur treatment is available forborne use neither need your occupation b e The value of these Interfered with features Is obvious What about your need A book of explanatlonand proof Is yours to consider If asked for now Drs STARKBY PALEN 16 Arch Street Philadelphia Pa 1 Nevillo Garrett 2 HL Buroh 3 Duane Sinclair Time 50 seconds In this raoe while coming down the homo stretch crowding Garrett closely Mr B T Orutoher ran over a dog and fell disabling his wheel and bruising himself up considably bub was all right the next morning one consolation Fourth raoe mile dash First prize pair bloomer pants second prize soarf pin 1 William Kavanaugh 8 W B Willlamg 3 Duane Slnolair Tim not taken A Bettor Location Elizabeth Walcutt of this oity finding her house on the North Side in Chicago inconvenient for visitors to the Fair has rented No 4225 Lake Avenue which is two blocks from the Lake and only a half The milo from the Fair Grounds location is a lovely one the house sits off by Itself and plenty of fresh Sne will furnish air cau be obtain lodging and two meals breakfast and late dinner for 150 per day If you wish to seouro rooms address her at 4225 Lake Avenue Chicago Mrs For Sale A good rookawaw home Gentle and suitable for family use J N MILK8 State University Maryland Manual Training School Central Tennessee College Clark University Atlanta Ga and Olaflla University South Carolina A great deal of written school work prepared by colored students is also on exhibition but for much of this written work however the oolored pupil receives no credit slnoe from many of tho Eastern Western and Northern States the color of the in- Â¬ dividual is not indicated The char acter of school work on exhibition prepared by the oolored students 1b up to the standard both as seen in this country and from foreign coun- Â¬ tries The work done in manual train Â¬ ing schools shows wonderful advance Â¬ ment in all branches of meohauism notwithstanding the limited opportu- Â¬ Â¬ popular remedv known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50o and 1 bottles by all leading drugAny reliable druggist who gists may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Â¬ ceptable to tho stomach prompt ju its action and truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most Dec2My Â¬ Fine Farm for Rent inE DUDLEY FARM ADJOINING CITYX limits on the Georgetown pike containing 206 acres large residence tobacco barn and Splendid dairy and tobacco farm stable Possession given March 1st 1K1 For partleu- lars apply to July 22 - SAN FRANCISCO OAL NEW YOM 0 lOmVILUT Kf Ht tf raiNKCBINN i h i i J Vrankfort Xy A i fit RrfiiTTHmisl 7 The Great Crash Still On DOWN Ji DOM io and t GO THE PRICES rJXiM w- - i LV fw w ft tf tyl OiTjtcHer 5 r - W l So all Mens all wool suits that were 12 TAN SHOES sizes that were stetrlsis Frnisij 55 the world over ami ins gi25 one large lot Ladies Tan Button Shoes 250 1 7 50 Mens all wool suits that were 5350 for R Dunlap - 12 and Co best Hat that sells for 15 75c one lot Ladies Oxfords that sold for 125 10 and 12c 7c one large lot Mens Socks that a were 10c and Mens all wool suits that were 15 and 18 1 one large lot Misses 5I-75- Oxfords that sold for 14c 25C 5150 and - one largelotJJMens Suspenders that were hi 150 for boys suits that were 5250 5i and 5275 2 75 one lot Mens Tan Shoes that were 5250 5150 one big lot Mens Negligee and Shirts that were 5250 Madras for boys suits that were 3 and 350 52 one lot Mens Tan Shoes that were 53- - 35c tremendous big lot Straw Hats that were 50c 65c and 75c mostly boys sizes k fr- - for boys suits that were 7 and 8 WE NEED CASH See the big window for prices csijlxttchie 2nAJTT STEEET Pea Ridge return mail I got two postage stamps I sent a portrait to be enlarged free but had to pay 5 for a frame and 2 for the express charges I sent 1 for advice and valuable information for those about to marry and re- Â¬ ceived a postal card containing one word Dont In fact we have sent for nearly everything that was advertised free and got ketched every time but we are still sending on money for gold and silver watches organs musical instruments guns silk dresses and patent churns The name of your future wife re- Â¬ c vealed send L lock of hair Tom Blank and his friend Bill Crank each sent on a dollar and Tom re- Â¬ ceived the startling information that his wifes name would be Mrs Blank while Bill was told that his consorts name would be Mrs Crank Weve still got plenty of money to spare and still answer free ads ers that were 35c 40c and 50c 20c one big lot childrens wear Shirts and Draw- Â¬ SHE aETK-AJSrasSFOE1- JL mJKLmJtSSkmmSS jgiir ANNOUNCEMENTS m fe W Dry weather has shortened the For Representative No section of the country East DURRETF FURNISHED BY GLOVER corn crop Wfl inre authorized to announce LJ COX a LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE North or West Is taking a greater in Â¬ candidate for re election as Representativeas of Springs and branches dry and stock terest in the Worlds Fair at present Franklin county In the next Legislature subject to the action i f the Democratic party water scarce 44 tt Sales on our market for the week than that portion lying south of Mason and Dixons line and typical South- Â¬ are visiting Harry and May Pierce just closed amount to 1766 hhds with erners easily distinguishable in the Eor Senator their grandfather Mr Jim Tracy receipts for tho same period of 1655 t0 hhds Sales on our market since Jan- Â¬ immense throng by the graceful STEPHENSON or Mercer announce JIoimW W at Â¬ A large number of our people nnniM kI couitv uary 1st amount to 87097 hhds Sales military bearing of the gentlemen for Senntor from this district subject to the no- Â¬ tended county court Monday 1892 ou our market to and the rare beauty of the ladies aro tion ot the Democratic party of tne crop of to be met in great numbers on the JuneSte Our county road to Frankfort is this date amount to 89969 hhds Exposition grounds in the corridors very extensively traveled people Our market this week has shown For Mayor say it not so rough as the pike both the lowest and highest range of of the leading hotels and at the We are authorized values for good burley tobacco that various social gathorings in ths TOBlNau candidateto announce Mr RICHARD Little Efflo Traoy who has been for xo electlon as Mayor have prevailed for months nast The Worlds Fair City at the November election 1893 eick has recovered and is attending prices on Tuesday and Wednesday of To a large extent the success of action of the Democratic party suqjoct to the flohool here July2Jte this week reached the lowest point of the Fair depends upon the Southern Pea Ridce school opened last Mon tne year wnereas on Thursday high Â¬ people the Board of Managers ex-Â¬ We are authorized to announce Mr LEWIS MANftAN a candidate tor Mayor of Frankfort day with Miss OUa B Suttlos in com er prices were obtained on good bur pect hundreds of thousands of peo- at the aselection sabject to nxt the action or the ley than have been realized for many ple from South of the Ohio river to Democratic party xnand July 22 te weeks It is yet too soon to say attend the Exposition and from Mr Willie Pierce took a wagon present indications they will not be whether this is a spurt or the begin- Â¬ load of fine melons to Frankfort disappointed The railroads are ning of a permanent improvement Monday The following quotations fairly rep- Â¬ making extensive preparations to Deafness Cant Be Cured The protracted meeting at the resent our market for new burley to- Â¬ take care of tho people and their comfort enroute is fully assured Ohurch being By local applications as they cannot bacco 1892 crop Bridgeport Christian The Big Four Route which is the carried on by the Rev W J Howe reach the diseased portion of the ear Trash dark or damaged only line making connection in Cen Â¬ Rev E V White has greatly There is only one way to cure deaf 3 50 4 25 tobacco and interested our people some of them ness and that is Ijy constitutional Common Oolory trash 4 50i 5 00 tral Union Station Cincinnati with through trains of the E T V Gt have not rhissod one night although remedies Deafness is caused by an Medium to good colory jjjj Orescent Route Louisville 6 having to travel over the roughest inflamed condition of the mucous 00 Queen trash mmaLJK7tmmL Nashville R R Kentucky Central 00 roads in the county lining of the Eustachian Tube When Common lues not colorv 4 Ohio Rv Common Colory lugs 6 00 50 Ry and Chesapeake Milton and Alex Tracy have a nice the tube gets inflamed you have a Medium to good colory Naturally forms the popular outlet for rumbling sound or imperfect hearing tobacco patch 7 50 8 50 Southern travel ana toacoommodate lugs and when is entirely closed deaf Common to medium leaf 7 50f4 9 00 the business five elegant vestibuled Hot dry weather has made garden ness is the it result and unless the in- 9 00 11 00 trains with parlor cars sleeping cars stuff scarce fiammation can be taken out and this Medium to good leaf 11 00 Good to fine leaf 15 00 aming cars ona elegant coaches are Concerning the now school law tube restored to its normal condition run daily from Cincinnati to Chicago requiring the teachers to have an hearing will be destroyed forever Solect or wrappery 15 QQa 20 00 stopping at Midway Plaisanco the tobacco attendance of 25 pupils or be turned nine cases out of ten are cauBod by Main Entrance to the Worlds Fair August 2930 31 Sept 1893 out by the trustees some people catarrh which is nothing but an in- Â¬Â¬ 60th St Hyde Park 51st St 39th St Why Dont YouStop flamed condition of the mucous surthink that the number must be 22d St and running into the new Competition Open to the World free counted the first day or first week of face 12th St Station on the Lake Front We will give One Hundred Dollars school This will be unfair to the These words are very familiar to All the Worlds Fair hotels and teacher for some people dont know for any case ofvedeafness caused by our readers as not a day passes with Â¬ boarding housesaro located adjacent New Track Grand Stand and cannot that that school is opened for at least a catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure cure by out the report of the sudden death of to the Big Four stations and passen Send for somo prominent citizen week after it commences and in taking The ex Â¬ gers via the popular line avoid the some districts it is possible for one or circulars freo planation is Heart Disoaees There Â¬ long tiresome transfer aoross the TWO RACES EACH DAY two families by keepingthore chil fore beware if you have any of the city necessary by all other lines from f Ladles and Children Admitted dren home for q week to spoil the re following symptoms There is positively no Short Breath Cincinnati Froo tho First Day Â¬ quired average and so place in Pain in Side Smothering Spells other line landing passengers at the telligence under the heel of igno Swollen Anklea Asthmatic Breath stations named and as It in Bpooial Tralr8 on All Railroads rancesomething that no law has Buys a No 1 or 2 Rambler with ing Weak and Hnngry Spells TenÂ¬ auuiuon 10 cne comiort affordscon- Â¬ at Exoureion Rates and non slipping corrueated tires fullv derness in Shoulder r Awn Flutter venience a great saving of time and lot furuW isfonnition ud aUlogua tddreii tfci UmUrj ever yet been able to do ing of Heart or Irregular Pul6 expense allthe South who contem Â¬ SHELBY The Roundabout has frequently warranted Roberts agent These syuqptoms xaean heart disease plate a trip to tho Worlds Fair should Tnos it Martin T Harbison Prest of our country Secy called the attention The people to the very great mistake Dr Halos Ilousoliold Ointment Mllee moat reliable remedy is Dr be sure to ask for tiokets via the Big July 22 4t New Bear Oare which has Four Route they make by not advertising but For full information address D B t takes no interest and shows no sym Â¬ Is the finest remedy in the world saved thensaads a lives Book of testimonials flavle pathy for thoso unfortunates who ic aDsoiuiejy cures catarrh it cures whe also eells free KewJ W Oare 1 MARTIN General Passenger Agent the JOHN DRISCOLL Heart Cincinnati make the mistake of answering ads Neuralgia and 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