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Tfir 1 If - The GEO A Frankfort Roundabout A tfii if Mv Ki LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance NO r i F- - VOL XVII FRANKFORT KY SATURDAY JULY Latest U S Govt Report SCIIOOIi CHANGES 7 1894 44 IMBV J i Highest of all in Leavening Power il Rojfc - BaKing Powder cakes have hardly ever been seen The Board or Education Jjops OH Several Departments TEACHERS ETECTED The Board of Education met Business and Professional Directory BILLIARDS AND POOL CH4S G PAYNE ROBERT GORDON Painter and Paperhanger ABSOLUTELY PURE CAKE CONTEST together The gas stoves are rapidly gain- Â¬ THE PRIZES OFPEItET BY ing in favor and to a lady whoÂ¬ TIIE GAS COMPANY FOR does her own work they are a godIf your send this warm weather THE BEST CAKES wife is not already supplied buy her one at once i t VHr KN Sv A a-Wi 4 Baked on a Gas Stove Brought Out Many Contestants CONVICTKIIjTjED Thinning Thorn Out Rapidly The contest gotten up among At the present rate it will not the ladies by the Capital Gas and take long to kill all of the conElectric Light Company by offer- victs confined in the penitentiary ing prizes for the best cakes baked Last week a guard had to kill one on a gas stove proved quite a live- of them to save his own life and ly affair this week another bit the dust at Tuesday morning was set as the the hands of a fellow prisoner time for exhibiting the cakes and It seems that Chas Thompson making the awards and Mrs Jas and George McGee two negroes Â¬ Â¬ Tuesday evening and abolished the FURNISHED ON ESTIMATES satisfaction guaranteed SHORT Orders Colored Night School the West M P Grafts Hardware Store will receive left at The Finest Tables In the city Gymnasium and prompt Mar 31 3ni attention Bowling Alleys attached End School and the Manual Train Â¬ ing Department of the White LAWYERS CONFECTIONER School All the old teachers were WM CROMWELL re elected except Miss Margaret JOHN R TODD Manufacturing A Lewis Miss Addie Rupe Attorney at Law Confectioner who has been the substitute teachFrankfort Kentucky 41 St Clair Street Also Real Estate Agent Will practice er for the past year was elected In the Home made Candles Fruits Nuts and Ice Cream Franklin and a regular teacher in place of Mrs and Soda Water In season Clears and Tobacco Courts ofalso give specialthe adjoining counties and will attention to the pur Near new bridge chase and sale of real estate collection of rents Shryock nee Miss Leonna Jett claims and the negotiation of loans DRUGS who having married was not an W J CHINN R applicant Miss Julia McClure W H AVERILL was elected to fill the place maee Attorney at Law Druggist vacant by the removal of Miss Frankfort Kentucky Main Street opp City Hall Leuis and Miss Flossie French A general stoek of Drugs Fine stationery a Will practice In all State Courts Office second and was elected as substitute teacher specialty Cigars hoursTobacco Prescriptions floor Custom House compounded at all to fill the vacancy occasioned by NEWSDEALER NO W R WILLIAMS CO of Miss Rupe the promotion GUY Â¬ Â¬ Billiards and Pool TIu Club Main Stteet f i j 11 Â¬ 18 iiV V- - V I and Misses Mary Page and Joe Murphy were selected to act as judges Forty three cakes were brought in by the following ladies White Pound Cake Mrs W Mrs Geo A B Bridgeford Miles TVIrs Lewis Mrs J N Kate Sower Mrs W S Saffell Mrs A B Hammond Mrs C H Mrs ZT Thomason v Manderville jr Mrs Mrs Thos Rodman M Saffell IStf as Alex Schneider Mrs Thos B Hoffman Mrs V Berberich Miss Julia McClure Miss Adele Drane Mrs Jos Schroff Mrs R B Franklin Mrs M Sullivan Mrs D W Lindsey Mrs W B Coke Mrs W S Johnson Mrs J W Rodman Mrs J L Price Mrs H H Watson Layer Cake Mrs Z T Thorn j ason Mrs W S Saffell Mrs J B Dryden Mrs A B Hammond Mrs Alex Schneider Mrs Thos Rodman jr Miss Adele Drane Miss Mima Humphries Mrs P A Fuhs Mrs D W Lindsey Mrs R B Franklin Mrs J W Rodman Mrs H H Watson Angel Food Cake Mrs K S Cowan Mrs R B Franklin Mrs in September 314 Main Stteet Physicians frequently make mis Â¬ Prescriptions takes in treatment of Heart Disease hours A line carefully and accurately tilled at all Hue of Fancy Toilet Articles 332 Main Street The rate of sudden deaths is daily in Â¬ Fine Stationery Perlodlcnls of all kinds Fancy creasing Hundreds become victims Goods of the ignorance of physicians in the FLOUR AND FEED treatment of this disease One in PAINTERS fourhas a diseased heart Shortness REOCK DONALDSON of breath palpatation and fluttering Flour Meal Feed and irregular pulse choking sensation W B BRIDGEFORD sent up from Louisville had a fall- Â¬ asthmatic breathing pain or tender Â¬ Country Produce ness in weak ing out last Saturday and no hungry side shoulder or arm Heart The Painter spells are symptoms of Fincel Block South Side good feeling existed between them Disease Dr Miles New Heart Cure Oysters Fish an1 Game In season Choice 10 St Clair Street Â¬ is the only reliable Pickles and Preserves At the breakfast table Tuesday ands testify to its remedy Thous wonderful cures Wall Paper Paints Oils and Glass constantly on hand 6 morning the fuss was renewed Books free Sold by J W Gayle LIVERY both men arose from their seats MANGAN DARNELL Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder and clinched McGee drew a keen Worlds Fair Highest Award Fine Livery edged knife made from a file exe Â¬ Job work Terms Reasonable which he had concealed about his office person and stabbed Thompson in 219 Main Street the back and as he turned stabbed him a second time in the left breast the knife penetrating his heart and killing him instantly Mc- Â¬ Gee was arrested and taken to his THERE cell where he was locked up On MUST being told that Thompson was BE dead he said if he had not killed Bring your CASH and get the benefit of it in buying from a him this time he would have done A house that does not sell Tom Dick and Harry on credit and so later Coroner Dehonev sum- Â¬ MISTAKE try to make up on the cash customers what he looses in bad moned a jury went down and held SOMEWHERE credit accounts an inquest the jury returning a verdict that Thompson came to Everybody claims the biggest stock pose Lawn mowers Wire screen fiu his death by a knife wound inflicted choicest variety and best values Call see what we can do for you and and by McGee let your good judgment decide V The killing took place so quick whether or not AND A HUNDRED OF OTHER ITEMS that those nearest them had not time to interfere and judging from the evidence McGee will either be IT given a life sentence or have his WILL neck stretched when court meets BE Grave Mistakes Druggists- - BARRETT News Dealer and Bookseller ia neatly at this cuted HARTSTEIN How To Save Money N doifi Co - via- W YOUR Rodman jr Mrs Alex Schneider The firm stand taken by the re- Â¬ ADVANTAGE t Shortly after 1 1 oclock all the tail grocers in this city against TO spectators were excluded and the paying for boxing and drayage on BUY judges went to work goods purchased in Louisville has In the pound cake class it was brought the wholesale merchants LAOES hard work for them to decide be- Â¬ of that city to terms and they CORSETS tween the cakes of Mrs W Stape have agreed not to make the HOSIERY Johnson Mrs A L Franklin charge in future In union there Miss Adele Drane and Mrs Geo is strength and by organizing our GLOVES A Lewis but they finally agreed merchants could accomplish a MITTS following great many things they should the and announced OHALIES award undertake but unfortunately they GINGHAMS AND White Pound Cake Mrs W get tired too quick and let their S Johnson 20 in gold organization go down when it is DRESS GOODS Angel Food Cake Mrs Thos just beginning to do good Rodman jr Of nil kinds and almost anything 15 in gold that you might call for in the dry Well Bet a Cent Â¬ Layer Cake Mrs A L Frank goods fancy goods or notion line You will find the prices right at lin 10 in gold You will read this It is to onll your attention to the faot thut Dr Halos The object of the contest was Housohold Ointment is the finest to demonstrate the superiority of remedy in the world for general use at onco For the gas stove over the ordinary It takos away pains neuralgia and a outs burns bruises wood or coal stove as a baker of hundred ailments one is apt to have You want in the cakes and fine pastry which time and it after the house all once you have object was accomplished as a I rld it you wont bo without it 25 No 214 St Clair street next door to R K and 50 cents a box at P H Oarpkn nicer and more tempting ot 01 tbbs drug store 6 McClure Mrs J W Rodman Thos Mrs P A Fuhs TO Gained Their Point M P GRAY DEALERS IN HARDWARE MERCHANT Black Hursey FINE DURNESS and SADDLES A COMPLETE LINE OF TROTTING and RUNNING HORSE GOODS ALWAYS ON HAND mac lO Sni 232 A INTN STIEEJX - s 2 M PERSONAL Cant 1m Used K Miss Minnio VnnDorveer i8 visiting The new electric car friends at Lakeland ordered by the Capital Railway Mr Hal Johnson of Louisville was Company arrived - Wednesday in the city Wednesday was in service that Mrs M L Campbell of Covington morning and day but at night Mrs John T is visiting relatives in this city Miss Katie Green has returned Buckley invited her neighbors and from a viBit to friends in Louisville friends to take a ride in it over the Mrs Carlton Graham of George- road and when going around the town is visiting relatives in this city curve where the track crosses the Mine Nellie Orbison left Tuesday Lewis Ferry pike helow the Hemp for a visit to friends in Pittsburg Pa Mill it jumped the track ran into Miss Henrietta Blackburn of a bank of earth on the roadside Spring Station is visiting friends in breaking off a step and life guard the city Mrs M S Browder and daughter and otherwise damaging it so that Miss Mary have removed to Louis the excursion party had to walk to reside up to the junction and take a car Little Miss Una Wright is visiting returning from the Park in order her aunt Mrs Otis Ashurst in to get back to town The damage Georgetown was repaired and yesterday it was Miss Bullock of Lexington is the guest of the Misses Overton on out again but did not act well Shelby street when an examination was made and Miss Lizzie Kellar of Cynthiana is it was found that the wheels were visiting her cousin Dr Hervoy so narrow that the car will not Kellar at Dr Lucys curve and it was run into the shed Mr J Stoddard Johnston jr of Louisville spent several days with where it will remain until new The car wheels can be procured friends here thiB week was Gov Brown wife and daughters is one of the best make left Monday for a trip to the moun- Â¬ purchased on approval and it was tains of Eastern Kentucky in charge of the motorman sent Mr R I Mason spent Monday with here by the manufacturers every his parents here en route from Vir Â¬ time it was out on the track not ginia toRomeoville Illinois Mr George VV Lewis of Louisville having been accepted by the comspent Wednesday in this city with pany and of course it will have his brother Mr Will A Lewis to be put in perfect order and per- Â¬ Mrs P H Bagby and daughter re- form satisfactorily the service ex- Â¬ turned Wednesday from a visit to pected of it or it will be rejected relatives in Western Kentucky Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Personally Conducted Tour The Queen and Crcsecnt Jloute Over Picturesque Chesa Â¬ Invites inquiries in regard to Sum No 4 peake and Ohio on mer line ST JOHN BOYLE JOHN ECHOLS I Recei VKita Â¬ in the pictur Â¬ Resorts its esque mountains of Kentucky Ten Â¬ These popular tours will leave nessee and Alabama The line Cincinnati July 23d August 6th passes near the famous battlo Holds and September loth visiting Hot at Mill Springs Mission Ridge Springs Va Natural Bridge Ohickamauga and Lookout Mountain They are surrounded by charming Luray Caverns Richmond Va summer resting places at Burnside High Bridge and Old Point Comfort Each Cumberland Falls Rugby Rhea Springs Lookout party will be limitcl to twenty tain Springville Alabama and Moun- Â¬ other five people and will be accompa- points Low railroad ratos nied en route by an experienced Charming Passenger Agent who will look mountain homes Perfect rest and quiet to the comfort of everybody We invite correspondence oheor making all arrangements in ad- Â¬ fully giving the information desired for the purpose of having you arrange vance etc This is the most delightful way to spend your summer recreation on our line Price of ticket to travel W 0 Rineakson G P A 35 Cincinnati Ohio covering all expenses on the adgoing trip such as hotel bills mission to Bridge and Caverns Dr Halos Household Ointment transfers Carriage drive at Rich- Â¬ Is the finest remedy in the world mond and railroad fare returning It absolutely cures catarrh It cures Send for descriptive pamphlet Neuralgia and Rheumatism Cures Piles liko1 magic Cures Salt Rheum giving itinerary and details in the most soothing manner Cures C B Ryan A G P A Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids C O Ry Cincinnati O Cures Coughs and Colds Can be taken internally A positive specific 44- - 5 1 for pneumonia Outs Bruises Burns Chilblains Sores of long standing Illustrated American Â¬ Â¬ C THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY ROUTE 0SW TO R R He Himnis LOUISVILLE TQ mmr MEMPHIS ONLY ONE NIGHTS RIDS J 1 VI IS THE MOST PERFECT SERVICE Tai l MEMPHIS YICKSBUKGr NEW ORLEANS AND ALL POINTS S South Rate and Southwest l 9 Tickets and all information furnished by Ticket Agent of any Railway Co if not address W J MoBRIDE TMVellng Pass Agent Louisville Ky T B LYNCH General Passenger Agent Louisville Ky Bertha Staten of Salvisa is visiting the family of her uncle Mr Joe T Staten on Holmes street Mrs Kate Bush Martin of Louis ville who has been visiting friends here left for Cynthiana Thursday Mrs Dr Frank Green of Memphis Tennessee is visiting her mother Miss Mr Cordelia Kendall n Broadway Mr Fife the Drummer Evangelist who has been holding a meeting at Cynthiana was in the city Tuesday Mrs Kate Patton and Mrs Fanny Trabue came up Tuesday from Louisville and spent the Fourth in this city Messrs Frank Barret and John Â¬ returned Saturday evening from school at Lawrenceville New Jersey Mr Robert Burns Wilson returned the first of the week from a visit to Anapolis Baltimore and other eastern cities Dr Dan R Henderson and wife of Georgetown spent Sunday in this city with his brother Rev H G Henderson Mr Tom Wintersmith of Louis ville spent the Fourth in this city visiting his brother Mr Sherley Wintersmith Miss Sallie Theobald who is mak Â¬ ing quite a reputation upon the stage is at home to spend the sum Â¬ mer with her mother Little Earnest son of Mr E J Roberts of the Roundabout office is lying very ill at the home of his parents on High View Mr McKenzie R Todd has returned from Michigan University Ann Arbor from the law department of which he graduated last week Mrs J M Olarkson of Covington and Mrs U Harrison of Williams- town are the guests of Mrs Hiram Berry on Main street South Side Mrs George M Jessee of Henry county who has been visiting her daughter Mrs William Cromwell near this city returned home Tue- Â¬ Scott Â¬ Â¬ sday Misses Julia and Bessie Hodges of Louisville have been visiting their Misses Julia and Mattio cousins McOlure on Conway street this week Mr Grant L Roberts returned Monday from Denver Colorado where he attended the meeting of the National League of Republican Clubs Miss Mary Milward of Lexington who has been visiting Miss Annie Orntcher left Monday for home to attend the Kentucky Ohautaugua accompanied by Miss Crutcher Little Marguerite Murray enter tained her young friends at Glen Willis the suburban residence of her father Mr JameB A Murray yester- Â¬ day afternoon from 4 until 6 oclock Misses Louiso Pepper and Gertrude South and Messrs It P Popper jr Â¬ Â¬ j Nh 2 of the Gallery of Play ers issued by the Illustrated American fully maintains the reputation of the first number and is without doubt the most artis tic album of stage celebrities yet produced in this country The text accompanying each picture is the work of Mr Charles Fred- Â¬ eric Nirdinger and is critical not biographical The portraits among others of Julia Arthur Stuart Robspn Marie Tempest Eleonora Duse Herbert Kelcev Julia Mir lowe and Thomas VV Keene are A Nice TjuiicIi beiutifully repro iuced and their portraits in character which frame Miss Sallie Dudley colored reputation as an artist in theallarticles are most interesting whose In this number contains twenty the culinary line is unexcelled two full page pictures and over and who proposes to furnish meals one hundred portraits in character to families at reasonable rates and the price is only 25 cents will spread a Iqnch at the residence Guess For 1000 of Mr Jerry Halleck on Mero The Weekly Courier Journal haa street near Washington this evenof its popular in- Â¬ announced another All are ing fro n six to nine guessing contests taking the tem- Â¬ vited to call and tst her cooking perature at Louisville during the Prices very low One month of August as basis dollars in cash will be given thousand Last June Dick Crawford brought free as presents to the new and his twelve months old child suffering old renewing subscribers who guess It from infantile diarrhoea to me had been weaned at four months old the hottest day at Louisville during and being sickly everything ran August and give the closest guess to through it like water through aseive the higest temperature the Weather I gave it the usual treatment in such Bureau thermometer will reach on cases but without benefit The child kipt growing thiner until it weighed that day The subscription price of but little more than when born or the Weekly Courier Journal is 1 I then started nerhaps 10 pounds Â¬ Each tie father to giving Chamberlains a year by one guess must be accomyearly subscription volic Oboleraand Diarrhoea Remedy panied Before one bottle of the 25 cent size No newspaper published in the United had been used a marked improve- Â¬ States has been so liberal to its ment was seen and its continued use subscribers or has offdrod sach liber- Â¬ Its weakness and cured the child puny constitution disappeared and its al prizes to secure new subscribers father and myself believe the childs as the Courier Journal During the life was saveed by this remedy J T past eighteen months it has given Marlow M D Tarama 111 For sale away in presents absolutely free 17 by Phil Carpenter South Side 400 in money not to mention such Druggist m premium articles as sewing machines I have too many refrigerators watches gunrt c Thin in spite of and I must sell them to make the business depression that is felt as room for other goods so if you much or more in newspaper offices The need a refrigerator now is the than in any other business time to get the best at cost for Weekly Courier Journal has just an- Â¬ nounce the lucky guessarsinits May cash rainfall contest There wero 222 of Power E 44 tf these guessers distributed over the Union Oamp Meeting States of Alabama Arkansas Ken Â¬ Central tucky Texas Tennessee Mississippi Wilraore Ky Indiana Virginia Missouri Louisi On account of the above Julv ana Illinois Iowa Ohio Pennsylva Â¬ Indian Territory 9 to 20th the Midland Ry will nia Nebraska sell ticket to Wilmore and return Michigan South Carolina South at half fare G od to return till Dakota West Virginia New York California Florida Washington and Julv 20 C D Bercaw G P A No bettor indicator of Oklahoma the circulation of the Weekly Courier Journal could be had than this list Owens at Stamping Ground Owens will speak at Stamping Sample copies of the paper with full blanks may be had Ground at 2 oclock on Saturday details andrequest oh a postal by sending a card July 7th The Kentucky Mid- Address Weekly Courier Journal land will sell tickets to Stamping Louisville Ky The contest closes Ground and return at reduced July 31st Â¬ Â¬ Carpenters drug store different from all else superior to all else it has no equal 25 and 50c boxes Large size oheapest Sold at P H 8 Kentucky Midland Only direct line between Bucklens Arnica Salve CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT vii Phil Carpenter The best salve in the world for Outs Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rbeum Frankfort Fever Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns and all Skin Eruplisle tions and positively cures Piles or no pay required It is guaranteed to give satisfaction or money refunded Price 25 cents per box For sale by Â¬ Shortest and quickest between Georgetown Haysrille mouth and Hill and Paris Fal Â¬ Car Cynthiana Covington M 8 lv ASK FOR TICKETS VIA KY MIDLAND TBIINS HUH BT GEHTUL H G MATTEM TEaiE- J STAIDIDD TIME 1 TIME TABLE APR I 1894 A No M 1 I p M p No TRAIN8 AST A No 8 Ill Dill 334 MAIN STREET f Lv Frankfort Ly Summit Lv Lv Swltzer Lv stamping Ground Lv Duvall Lv Elkhorn 700 706 711 718 728 734 410 4 16 421 100 110 200- 428 4 88 126 14U FRANKFORT ALL ABOAKD FOR K Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Ar Ar Elizabeth Paris Paris Junction Georgetown C 8 Depot Newtown Centrevllle Johnson B 740 74G 444 460 4fc7 0 IA M a08 816 820 830 I 755 503 513 521 525 585 683 M 211 220 235 800 320 345 SS5 - 400- - P TRA1N3 WK3T Lv Paris J linnet Ion C Lv Paris Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar No 2 INo 4 A M F It INo8INo12 CLEVELAND ON ACCOUNT OE AnEUzabeth Ar Centervllle Newtown 1006 1010 1014 10 22 551 605 fi15 GI9 641 645 6 27 6 51 G 67 4F6 521 Georgetown Duvnll C S Depot Johnson Swltzer B Christian Endeavor Convention THE Stamping Ground lioo 1032 1037 1147 1163 540 747 800 810 600 a Elkhorn Summit Frankfort A A connects with B connects with Q C connects with K Nos 1 Lb C 1110 1117 1123 1180 703 7 13 aso 720 726 735 aEO 925 905 916 C and LS f4 i i BIG- - FOUR ROUTE WILL SELL TICKETS AT SUNDAY TRAINS 2 3 and 4 will run on Sunduys until further notice No 1 will leave Frankfort at 815 a in nnu Georgetown at 9 02 arriving at C D BERCAW Paris ut 940 The Kentucky Midland Railway and conneo-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 City Ticket Agent Gen Pass Agt HARPER Gen Supt GEOB 1 t TRAINS EVERY IAY 900am 1145 am 600 pm029 630 pm 745 pm 120 am 645 NO TRANSFER AT CINCINNATI 4 pm pm S LvCinclnnati Ar Cleveland It H TIME TABLE A N R R Queen and All trains of the L SOOTH Crescent Ronte Kentucky Central ami Chesa- Â¬ peake Ohio railways make direct connection in Central Union Suit Ion Cincinnati with Ex Lv Lexington press Trains ol the Bin Kour Route lor Cleveland Yurnallton Midway To secure these splendid accommodations It will necessary lor you to Spring Station be ASK FOIl TICKETS VIA THK M A M P M P M 23- - No 17 NoTo No 21 No 845 9KI1 777 BIG FOUR ROUTE E O MCCORMICK Pass Traflle Manager D B Juno ClrGlNNATI MABTIN ienI Pass Agent 30 St Anchorage Ar Louisville Krankfort Bigdad Pleusurevllle Eminence Lagrange Pewee Vuley 917 925 960 560 10 23 617 1038 634 1044 641 1115 1130 733 1144 715 1219 812 A 15 212 227 235 300 333 349 367 425 448 4 615 636 720 838 60 657 71 813- - 77 P P 6 865 985 520 M 9 03 V -A-KZE TIKCE- - M M NORTU Lv Loulsvlle Anchorage Pewee Valley No IB No 20 No 23 No24 MONON ROUTE The Direct and Popular Line to Lagrange Eminence Ploasurevllle Bagdad Midway r Frankfort Spring Station Ar Lexington Yarnallton 1020 1015 1055 1111 1130 735 811 824 850 926 933 949 410 433 448 516 542 550 605 635 620 G5I 7 05 8 06 733 758 402 410 428 830 825 865 920 9 9 40 466 509 535 640 KM 1 -- 1005 946 m Â¬ CHICAGO And all Points NORTH and WEST rates C D Bercaw G P A Needing a tonic or children who want build ing up should tnke BROWNS IKON BITTBIIS It Is pleasant cures Malaria Indigestion Biliousness Liver Complaints and Neuralgia Specimen Cases S H Clifford of New Cassell Wis was trouhlod with Neuralgia and Rheumatism his stomach was disor Â¬ dered his liver was affected to an alarming degree appetite fell away and ho was terribly reduced in flesh and strength Three bottles of Elec tric Bitters cured him Â¬ No 21 will stop at Anohorago and Christinnsburg passengers or for Lexington and points boyondi Nob 17 19 and 21 connect at Lagrange lot Jinoiunati No 10 and il oonnoot t Vuohorago for Blooiutleld Branoh IiADIBS Toronto Canada July 16 17 Vestibuled Trains Dining Car Services BOOK KEEPING Shorthand unci Penmanship Gars Palace Chair We recently prepared book- on tne above es peclally Fulman Buffet Sleepers days aduptcd toUojiESTOHY bunMltcd on 60Â¬ Sent Hund eds have - voo Edward Shepherd Harrodsburg And Only First Classs Accommodations Whvnot you lateT decide to enter our college Should had a running sore on his leg of sell tickets to Toronto and return you would receive credit for the amount paid For Further Information Address eight three Four weeks by our method of teaching book at one fare for the round trip Ac- bottles yearn standing Used seven keeping Is equal to 12 weeks by the old plan i of Electrio Bitters and Positions Guakanteku under certain conditions Young Peoples boxes of Bucklens Arnica Salve and S L count- Baptist Crush D PA Send for our Free Illustrated 80 pnge catulogue Bryan C P A W Meeting hid leg is sound and well John and state your wants Address J FDhauohon President Draiighons Practical Business College Speaker Catawba O had Ave largo C D Bercaw G P A and School of Shorthand and Telegraphy Naah LOUISVILLE KY fever sores on his leg doctors said vllle Teun Eleven Teachers G00 Students the he was incurable One bottle Elec Â¬ past year No vacation Enter anytime Chkap1 FOR DYSPEPSIA Bourn andRA VanDerveer attended the OR tric Bitters and one box Bucklens Indigestion and Stomach disorders take N B We pay 5 cosh for vacancies as book party given by Mr and Mrs 0 Alex Arnica Salve cured him entirely IUtOWNS IHON IlITTHItS keepers stenographers teachers etc reported to ander in Paris Friday night of last All dealers keen It 81 per bottle Genuine has Sold by the South Side drug store us provided we fill same Mention this paper trade mark and crossed red lines on wrapper Jas Barker G P A Chicago- IU when you write week 3 P H Carpenter 111 Â¬ the Midland Ry will trial been hun dreds of dollars by ordering our publications t V V KSHK5S5 Yyf- rt m- - f- Guaranteed for a - term of 25 years - iPlPli i- - Tea SdooeSi Table Spoons 250 per set 500 per set n itv ft fcV TJiese Spoons and Forks are made of the best Nickel Silver places are cut out at the points exposed to wear which are FILLED WITH SOLID SILVER They are plated and finished using five times as much silver as is used in standard plate By this process it is impossible for spoons or forks to show any wear whatever i r ft i 1 P v This will accommodate the entire gang when all arrive the party One of the best teachers and to consist of Furr Payne Morris one of the oldest in point of ser- Â¬ and the writer from Frankfort vice in the City School one Ky Hickman Culbertson Foulds competent to teach any grade and Hall with the cook from Cin- Â¬ cinnati and possibly Thurston fromHigh from Central Lake Michigan Kindergarten to School was dropped from the list The King Fishers are a fish- THE ABOVE GOT-- REPRESENTS OUR SOUVENIR BRIDGE SPOON by the Board of Education on ing club and are here for sport and The air is bracing the Tuesday night and the pitiful health Which we mail to any address postpaid for 2 Call and inspect our new line of thermometer this morning standexcuse is offered that she had ing at but will probably rise property and did not need the to 700 50 noon The camp is in a by position If she had not needed delightful bay of the lake on high And articles suitable for wedding presents the position and fitted herself to ground in the edge of a dense make teaching her lifes work she forest with cold spring near The would not have been an applicant lake is eight to nine miles long in If a man has an important case in and two to three wide and widest Apr 14 3m part bottom gravelly- rocky court does he stop to ask if the and shoaling out a splendid habi- Â¬ v limited THE new lawyer he employs to attend to it tat for bass Close by lives an old needs the fee he is to pay or if he hermit in his log cabin solitary Important Change In Schedule of the C Os Pet Train has a child at the point of death except his cats and chickens The next neighbor is four miles away does he hunt up an impecunious tie seldom nas a visitor one win- Â¬ Commencing Sunday May 13th In bcth ter says he saw only one person the F F V Limited will leave Have physician to attend it cases the best talent to be had is Asked how he could be content Cincinnati dailv at 1220 noon employed and the people who especially in view of sudden sick- Â¬ arriving at Washington at 740 a ON MAIN STEET TO Baltimore 900 a m Philaex- Â¬ ness his reply was he was happy m pay the taxes have a right to a pect that their children be given and not afraid to die atany time delphia 1120 m m and New The train will He seems intelligent and cheerful York 140 p the best instructors that their Our usual flag old glory we consist of Composite Car Elegant Basement nf the Capital Hotel money will procure The Board fly from a fifty foot pole we cut Day Coach with Smoking Com- Â¬ They will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a of Education was elected to do from the woods and with much partment Dining Car Pullman labor hauled out and erecte in Sleeping Cars of the latest and short time this and tiot to provide places for front of camp Little glory flaps most improved design and an a favored -- few regardless of saucily from Emphasis is the top and each tent Observation Car On to Washington TIIE BIG FOUR ROUTE whether they are competent or is ornamented with like compan- Â¬ especially placed on the Observa- Â¬ not Built by the Pullman Has the Best Terminal Facili Â¬ ions tion Car Three years ago the only is heavily wooded Company from Chesapeake and The country authentic map of the Virginia ties at Chicago The King Fisliers with few settlers and soil sandy Ohio plans the F F V Obser battlefields was prepared in the Some wheat rye and timothy is vation Cars serve their purpose All trains enter Chicago ou the Illi- Â¬ War Department for the Chesa- Â¬ raised the wheat and rye yet better than any others that have nois Central tracks along six miles of peake Hubbard Lake July 3 1894 Ohio the Lake Front through the most with safety Railway Co It can green The old hermit on yester- Â¬ ever been constructed Editor Roundabout be asserted that it is of Leaving Frankfort on the after- Â¬ day was spading his small plot and As the F F V Limited is the picturesque portion the the city and the most interesting map pub- Â¬ land passengers in magnificent noon of June 28th Thursday the planting potatoes His patch of only train having an Observation New Central Station on Twelfth street lished and so great was the de- Â¬ writer and Mr R Morris after a corn barely shows above ground Car attached it necessarily fol- Â¬ and Lake Front This station is con- Â¬ mand for the first edition that venient In the woods are deer porcu- Â¬ lows that the Chesapeake and Victoria to the Auditorium Richelieu Â¬ 100000 were soon absorbed but long ride by rail and steamer via and Leland Hotels aud with Cincinnati Grand Rapids Macki pine and bear we havent lost Ohio Ry alone has scenery inter in two blocks of the State and it has been re issued for the occaesting enough to demand an Ob- Â¬ Wabash Street Cable Lines and the sion of the K of P Encampment nac Island and Al ena on west any bear Railway Con We anticipated ne fishing On servation Car The F F V Limited South Side Elevated made at Hyde at Washington in August and will coast of Lake Huron reached the venient stops are also camp of the King Fishers on yesterday Morris and myself were is the only train running through Park Thirty Ninth street and Twenty be mailed free after June 1st upon Hubbard Lake Alpena county out on the lake two hours and from Cincinnati to New York that Second street Stations application to C B Ryan AssisMagnificent Vestibuled Michigan on Sunday afternoon brought in eight small - mouth enables the business men to trans- Parlor Oars Wagner SleepingTrains tant General Passenger Agent C Oars black bass that pulled the scales at act business in Cincinnati one day Private Compartment Buffet Sleep July 1st O Ry Cincinnati O In conOne I took and New York the next It is ing Cars and Superb Dining Oars No nection with the map is also a deThe ride out from Alpena 26 twenty five pounds transfer across Cincinnati to make They are the only train for Jersey City Coast connections miles to camp was rough beyond was a four pounder scription of the grand and varied description much of it of heavy fighters from way back one of resorts which arc reached by the Your ticket should read via the Big scenery of the Virginias and the sand bog holes and fast and loose them turning two somersaults high F F V at dinner time instead of Four Route to enjoy these privileges delightful Mountain and Sea Shore E It is the only D OMcCormick Pass Traffic Mgr Resorts along the C corduroy where the horses tumbled in the air in his efforts to escape in the evening O as well B Martin Genl Pass Tkt Agt and pulled by spasmodic jerks and The flesh is as firm and finely train that enables business men to as a sketch of the battlefields iJig our Koute umoinnati u the wagon followed suit We pre- flavored as the Elkhorn bass transact business in Cincinnati one ferred often to walk to being jolted With our steel rods they can be day and reach Washington for SPEND TSrOUU OUTING ON TiLE GKEAT For Sale A combination hay It is till life was a burden breakfast the next morning The driver handled to the queens taste LAKES rake and stacker Apply to VVm Above us the most desirable train for New said the road was not very bad No better rod exists Visit picturesque Mackinac Island It Cromwell 37 tf he never minded it except a mile or so pike are said to be England resorts connections being will only cost you about 1250 from De Â¬ that troit 15 from Toledo 18 from Cleveland We made in the Union Depot in for the round trip including when there was a fall of a foot or found as long as ones arm - hope to make their acquaintance with the Colonial berths Avoid tho heat and dust meals and eighteen inches between the corWashington by travel duroy some loose and some fast Nearest post office Hubbard Express running through to Boston ing oa tho D C floating palaces Tho attractions of a to Mackinac region This gave us some degree of con- Â¬ Lake P O Alpena county Mich- which reaches New Haven 410 p aro unsurpassedtrip Thotheisland itself Is a five miles away New London 530 p m solation to know that it might igan m gmnd romantic spot its climate most in Two new steel passenger S R 2 have been some worse Providence 715 p m and Boston vigorating Is averted or if too late to been Our pleasing reflection was o The F F V is the steamers have justcosting built for tho p m 830 upper lako routo avert It it Is oftan cured and 300000 each recall the fact that Geo Payne only modern irain lighted through Â¬ They aro equipped with every modern Hows ThiaP always relieved by and Charley Furr would have to out with Electricity carrying a convenience annunciators bath - rooms Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Ho Dining Car and an Observation etc illuminated throughout by electricity travel oyer the same route We and aro guaranteed to bo tho grandest ward for any caeoof Catarrh that largest and eafest steamers on fresh water expect them in camp to day and fun not bo- ourod by taking Halls Car The Washington and Atlantic These steamers favorably compare with trust both have accident policies Catarrh Oare P J Ghbnby Co Prope Toledo O Express also an Electric Lighted tho great ocean liners in construction aud ready to go if called Four trips per week between speed tho undersigned Coming out we passed a porcu Â¬ F We Ohenoy for the last have known Vestibuled train will leave Cincin- Â¬ Toledo Detroit Alpena Mackinac St 15 years and J Boo Mar Â¬ pine on the road amiably gentle believe him perfeotly honorable in nati at 700 p m reaching Wash- Â¬ Ignaco Petoskey Chicago quette aud Duluth Daily between CleveÂ¬ all business transactions and finan Â¬ ington 240 p m and Old Point land and Detroit as he scarcely deigned to get be- Â¬ Daily between Clove oat able Connection land and yond reach of the drivers whip cially made to carryArm any obliga Â¬ Comfort 600 p m Tho cabins parlors by the tion the Cream of Cod liver Oil Two members of the club from West Truax Wholenalo Druggists is made at Washington with the and staterooms of these steamers aro de Â¬ signed for tho complete entertainment of Toledo Ohio Cincinnati with the cook reached Boston Express or the Limited hlllllunitV linilpr linmn nnrwliHmm tlin mil Cures Coughs Colds and Marvin Whole Â¬ reaching New York about camp the day before us and had a Waldlng Kinnan Toledo Ohio 900 atiiU equipment tho luxury of the ap- - Weak Lungs Physicians the sale Druggists ijuiuuuuuui maiics iravenng on tneso couple of tents already up p m At Norfolk connection is steamers We Â¬ Halls Outurrh Oure is taken inter world over endorse it now have four tents up with flies nally acting directly open tho blood made with the Old Dominion lllllstrntpfl thbroughly enjoyable Send for f1rrmHvn nnmnlilnt iililmoo Dont be deceived by Substitutes for dining table and kitchen and and muoorta wtrfacea of the system Steamship Line reaching New A A Bchantz G P C A D Prloo 75c per bottle Sold by all vreiroii juicu day fifth tent will be up to day druggists the Piejrd by Scott A Bona N Y All Drug f UU York 300 p m the next Â¬ Â¬ M A SELBE RT Capacity Not Considered The Leading Jeweler FRANKFORT KY STERLING SILVER NOVELTIES Gayle Co LeCompte ff South Side CO JACOB SWIGERT Removed From the Batzell Building Â¬ 101 AND 102 ANN STREET 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CONSUMPTION Â¬ Â¬ - Scotts Emulsion Put-in-Ba- y f -9 k4fcL fc 4 VJ - irH Sterling INovelties I have just placed on sale a new invoice of a imrw LTlt Belt Buckles HatPins Waist Pins Which I am offering at never heard of prices -- Buttons Hair Pins aEac fiui7 NL jpiojtie L COPPERSMITH xt JEWELER rircEa spsoialtt jit3d ws4ade is soxjIciteid -- rosaK sto-ctir Xjiasris FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Entered nt tbe post offlce at FrankfortKentucky ns second class mailable matter Face Burned Mr I N Williams proprietor of the Capital City Laundry met with a painful accident on Saturday He discovered that the gas was leaking in the attic of liis establishment and taking a lighted candle in his hand went up to locate it Just as he reached the top of the ladder and put his face and the hand in which he held the candle through the trap door there was an explosion which knocked him off the ladder and he fell upon the second floor His face and hands were badly burned a d he was so bruised by the fall that a physician had to be called to dress his injuries An alarm of fire was turned in but the services of the firemen were not needed as the fire was soon extinguished The gas pipe leading along the attic floor had split for some dis- Â¬ tance which Caused the trouble Â¬ Â¬ liOUISVIIilYE TOBACCO MAR KET FUItNISHED BY GLOVER A DURUETT L0UI8VILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Â¬ GASOLINE STOVES f4 M GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT JULY 7 1894 just closed amount to 3545 hhds with Sales on our market for the week A Step Backward A year ago the School Board established in connection with the Public School a manual training department A building was put up for the purpose into which valuable machinery was placed and the new feature started off with considerable flourish It at- Â¬ tracted the attention of our neighboring cities and Frankfort was complimented for her push and enterprize in taking this advanced It step in educational methods proved a great help to many of the pupils in their other studies and one or more of them went from the school room into a manu- Â¬ where facturing establishment employment was obtained on ac- Â¬ count of the knowledge gained at the school of the manual arts But now it turns out that this advanced step was taken without fully counting the cost the new feature was a luxury too expensive and had to be abolished The Board of Education now has the building and the machinery on its hands as a reminder of having been guilty of biting off morn We would sug- Â¬ it could chaw gest to the boird that in future be its business n t buncomb Give the children the motto necessaries of an education and leave the luxuries alone Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ receipts for the snme period of 3015 hhds Sales on our market since Jan Â¬ uary 1st amount to 92493 hhds Sales of the crop of 1893 on our market to this date amount to 93064 hhds This has been a week of unusually large receipts and sales on our mar- Â¬ ket accompanied by extremely hot weather Tim common and medium grades of hurley are home easier wniie tne lino grades have been fully as strong as at any time during the year One hhd sold during tho week at 2450 being tho highest price oi tne year and several nhds were sold at prices ranging from 2000 to 2300 The local showers continue but we have not as yet had any gen Â¬ eral rain Tho following quotations fairly rep resent our market for burley to bacco 1893 crop 2 50tf tobacco Common Uoiory trash 4 00 Medium to good colory 3 50 5 00 8 00 5 50 8 60 00 5C HBHiHnflH HHB5 XDo 37-o-u- x Ooolsing - HfHnPHl u V 0 ut sm37- EEeat gggggggggggggggggggggggggg Trashdarkorlamaged trash 5 00 IFOIEB How We Celebrated 50 Selector vrappery The Fourth was a quiet day in Dyspepsia our city but the people managed Isnt pleasant nor is it necessary to get a great deal of pleasure out Dr Hales Household Tea will cure it of it The weather was cool and nialsWe have a great mnny testimo from people who say ithasabso pleasant cloudy with a cool lutely cured them It is pleasant to take and cost only 25 and 50c a breeze blowing which induced a package at P II Carpenters drug ft large crowd to witness the games store of ball at the park and attend the Do You Take A Vacation German picnic at night Quite a Â¬ Common lugslnot oolory 4 G0oi 6 50 Common Colory lugs Medium to good colory 8 50 lugs Common to medium leal 9 00 12 50 Medium to good leaf 16 00 Good to tine leaf 10 12 10 18 18 UUfi 24 00 jPoweir ILiIE ZB 3T nSTCST S 00 STREET ll THE BEST IS AYE THE CHEAPEST AVOID IMITATIONS OFAND SUBSTI Â¬ TUTES FOR f i to Decl6 ly SAPOLIO IVicKEE HARDIE 8 OLD STAND FRANKFORT Now is the time to plant We have a new and complete stockof - r i large crowd went down to leas ureville to hear Hon Will Owens speak and at night the little ones set off a quantity of fire works Not one thing happened to mar the pleasure of the day A Dull Court If so youll bo interested in the handpome minuter tourist book of Send the Queen Crfscent Route 4 cents in stamps to W C Uineau son Q P A i mcinnati O and get a copy W HALL Awarded Highest Honors KY Worlds Fair town on Monday court day as it Hon Jerry South ex Legislator was many of the farmers being But little stock who arrested the busy at home ol Missouri Taylor murderers is doubtless was offered on the street and that akin to our Kentucky Souths sold brought very low prices whose father Hon Jerry South Hon Evan E Settle candidate ex Legislator and penitentiary keeper dropped dead in our for Congressaddressed a fair audience at the Court House in the Senate The above is from the Breckin afternoon Â¬ The Old Man Mixed There was but a small crowd in S C W CREAM LAND RVE T H On hand and will ask you to give us a call W McKEEiHAEDIE Jnii2MT L GAYLE Â¬ BAKING ptt ridge end of the Paris Kentuckian Citizen Its too early for camp meetings and political gatherings must have gotten the ancient editor off his base just before he In the first scribbled the above place Hon Jerry South who cap- Â¬ Taylor murderers tured the is not an ex Legislator of Missouri but is a resident of Ar kansas and has represented his county in the Legislature of that State Me is a grandson of the late Col Jerry South bing a son of the late Samuel South Col Jerry South did not drop dead in our Senate but fell in the rotunda just at the head of the steps and was carried into a cloak room but was dead when laid upon a sofa in Hon W C Owens that room was making a big fight on the floor of the House at the time for the passage of the bill levying a tax of one half a cent for the benefit of the State College at Lexington and his remarks were cut short by the announcement of Col Souths death Read the Roundabout Colonel if you want to get your information straight Â¬ Hearing tlio Grave Â¬ In old age Inflrraltles and weakness hasten A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Free to close the gap betwsen us and the grate from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant Happily scientific research and phurmacul 40 YEARS THE STANDARD skill have allied themselves In furnishing us a reliable means of ameliorating the ailments Incident to declining years und of renewing waning physical energy Its name is Hos 01 the Condition of the tetters Stomach Blttters a widely comprehen- Â¬ sive remeuy In disease und un Inestimable blessing to the elderly tne feeble and the convalescen Rhematlc ailments trouble with CanK the kidneys and lumbago are nmong the nior common ailments or the age Tueie are effect ually counteracted by the Hitters which Is like At Close ol Business wise a prevention aiM curative of malarial com- JXJJSTE1 imints uypepsia constipation una biliousness ri is nigniv promotive oi appetite sleep und the acquisition of vigor ASSISTS- Loans und Discounts SiJSHSJ 13 MOST PERFECT MADE wtm of 25fcCl B3 19 24U 4 IKXHO IH KENTUCKY TOBACCOS Crockers Honest Fertilizers I will sell to any reliable man in ton lots for 45 per ton on eight months time with note without interest If you dont want a ton call and get a sample order STATEMENT I m Deposit Â¬ Hfori 30 1804 22447 03 Excursion to Old Point fort Com- - Cash t Dun lrom Dunks haw Kxpeiise routes returning either via Lynch- On Thursday July 19 1894 the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway will run a low rate excursion from Lexington Ky and vicinity to Old Point Comfort Va leaving Lexington at 7 p m arriving at Old Point next afternoon Only 13 will be charged for the round trip and tickets will be good to return if used on or before August Stop overs will be al 5th 1895 lowed at any station on return trip Passengers may have choice of Â¬ Furniture Protest G L HHNNEN cao tov Ileal EstuUi 1812 78 286007 40 Capital Stock IvIAWILITms Old Dividends Dividend No 62 3 per ct Individual Depositors Tax Km eina contliiKeiit Interest and Discount Ue Surplus dhiouiiM June 270 00 2322 00 lDtiJSO 20 44G4 0H 50 10 043 21 8000 00 8C02ai 77400 00 JOHN DRISCOLL 280007 40 -- yi Net famines Applied as follows Dividend No 52 Diterest and Discount 30 1801 for six months ending 2322 00 043 21 700 00 5715 21 THEdies - Tax To Surplus Expense contingent H H 1550 00 600 00 LIQU0S MEfiCHMT For absolutely pure Whiskies Wines Bran Â¬ Four-year-ol- d 0 burg and Natural Bridge or via Charlottsville and Staunton For Sleeping Car space or any information write the undersigned Geo W Bakney D P A 5715 21 WATSON Cashier Sworn and subset Ibed to before me this 30th day of June 1BJH U Keknon Notary Public Correct Attest J BUfUItU JlKKDllICK Vice President for medicinal and family use Anderson Go Whisky 2 per gallon Older goods at the same low rate c mm Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Worlds Pair Highest Medal Bad DJpIotru For Sale on Rent My dwelling house on Ann street tf J T Buckley 1894 DIVIDEND NOTICE dividend of three 3 percent will bo paid on the capital stock or the DepoMt Bank of Frankfort Ky on and after Thursday July 6 A 235 Broadway Ma 26 6m Opposite Capitol Square - hT iMW IT Pi uuuuKaBuuucucaiBUEUuaLjuuyQuaud Jig O- - 12 HJ Uii lata UHCuauaujKuuuuuisatiULiauuiaaBBuauyaEa ca ttE rsa raa CBCTTOKCE3 TB BT Br TH3R IFresideint T M - W OZEBTTTraKIEIEB Secretary g UU ElI KP gg 123 na rca cn na K2tJ rsa au ca ua 1 We figure a little profit on any one sale and so are always busy and WE MAKE A GREAT If MAJN Y oAJLJbiO and in this way we have sold one or more vehicles to every tamily in this sec- - g tion of the country These families have found out just as everybody else has that there is ONLY ii ONE PLACE IN FKANKFORT where you can buy all KINDS VEHICLES and only those made in Frankfort by hand worK and home capital and labor 123 Hi na I VEHICLES HARNESS AND SADDLES LAP COVERS AND WHIPS Come to us Cheaper than you ever bought them IFOR BINDERS MOWERS BINDER TWINE i MACHINE OIL na EH na na na na 12 Ei THE KENTUCKY rasas Stolen Bases BUGGY AND 3 HAH ESS WORKS na na aa na tau na ua na ca na ca na na na oa na aa na na lia na en na sg nanananananananananacannnananananananaEanaRaranarnarinnarananaRana nananaRnananananananananananananananannnananananananananncananana uu irjuu2ULjuu2utiiB3Bui2rjuiJ3QU2B uucauueBBauaeaiaiaEatfafiauiaBuifiatiyuau FRANKFORT JOUNDABOUT Merchant 2 Montz Brown on Balls Off Allen 1 off Merchant Hit by Pitcher Hach Struck Out By Aflen 7 Merchant 4 Passed Balls D Vis 2 Wild Pltch Merchint Time of Game 1 0 Umpire Ben Marshall est Lr The V FRANKFORT JULY 7 1894 PR W I KELLEY BASE BAIiIi OF CINCINNATI O will be at the Gas for Cooking Purposes Call Ki Eh F E- - The afternoon game was a much Versailles Team Proves IN LEXINGTON KY Too Mneli for Us Again quicker and more lively one than that of the morning although the Saturday July 7 1894 We have frequently taken oc- score was larger Hall and Reed Saturday July 21 1894 casion heretofoie to berate the were on hand and occupied the Saturday August 4 1894 Versailles Base Ball Club for the pbints and although Reed showed Saturday August 18 1894 HEMORRHOIDS Piles without methods it sometimes adopts in its his lack of practice he pitched a operation und with little cured pain or no exanxiety to win games and very good game his chief fault REEERENCES pressed the opinion that it was being his wildness The feature W McKee Hardle Frankfort Ky Frankfort Ky only such methods that prevented bf this game was the large num- J A ScottLeach Frankfort Ky Anthony Â¬ Â¬ at the office of the Gas Company and see our line of ii surglca GAS - STOVES fi kf-a- By A EI5- it Wc its being defeated oftener only to say that it is a now have great pity that the team should ever resort to such action as it is capable of defeating nearly every team in the State by fine ball if the gamts playing alone Glorious it put up here on the There any criterion Fourth are was absolutely no trouble of any kind during the day and we trust the visitors are satisfied they can always get a fair deal here Frankforts defeats however were due more to inability to hit th e ball than to bad playing Their few errors were costly but would have been more than offset had any batting been done on our side The element oi chance was also conspicuous as Versailles hits nearly all came when men were on bases and the reverse was Chance the case with Frankfort is the life of the game however and we do not mean by this to detract from the credit due the visitors The morning game despite the small score was rather draggy There were no especially fine plays Hall and Reed on either side being unable to get here in time VanDerveer played second which and a he covered excellently young man named Montz from Louisville attempted to fill the gap in left field but without much Merchant pitched a success good game but Allen was simply invincible The work of Hach at Third was the feature of the visitors fielding The score Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ber of double plays the visitors yetting three and the locals two and the perfect fielding of the visitors the only thing approaching an error that they made being on a grounder from Van Derveers bat which took an awkward bound and went over Jeff J Â¬ Â¬ Wlthrow Frankfort Ky DR KELLEYS office and residence Is at 25J West Eighth street Cincinnati and where he may bo found every day of each week except SATU R Pamphlets describing these diseases DAYS and the mode of treatment sent free to any one W I KELLEY MD byaddresslng 2D9 W Eight St Cincinnati O CONSULTATION FREE Jas David Moore M Frankfort Ky Berberlch Frankfort Ky Rev L P Uulett Benson Ky A II Mcfluro Krankfort Ky it J Hughes Frankfort Ky V T Staten Benson Ky The crowd which was the largest of the sea- Browns shoulder Â¬ son afforded considerable amusement to relieve the sting of defeat by the tricky manner in which Reed caught Hach and Berry napping at third Henry Lindsey and Merchant did the best fielding for the locals and the Reamans aland Procter for Versailles though nearly every man on both teams did some good work The score Â¬ Â¬ SJ Plfe fkUD n mini Vmjjiui Kkankfort Barret 8b Lindsey U lb Hall c Lindsey W2b AB 400 4 4 1 1U IB 2 1 811 ro 3 10 o 1 A E 1 VanDerveer rr Reed p wintersmlth ss 4 4 0 0 I 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 1 2 2 3 0 u 0 15 2 0 1 0 1 Mercnantlf 0 Halecf Totals 29 1010 1 00 0 0 0 21 6 2 0 0 0 1 HO HEAT HO DIHT 0 0 12 0 0 u 5 Veusailles Brownss Keaman G If Reanum P 2b Davis c Procter lb McGrew ab 4 4 Uach lib ltalley rt Berry ct Totals Innings p 3 2 4 2 3 2 25 110 l l 1210 220 11 00 000 000 0 r 1b an ro 1 a 1 k 0 0 5 7 l o 3 9 0 2 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 ygooA Sept 23 fiO RSUES PERFECT COMFORT Elect ic Light Co Supt E C HATHAWAY tf Choate L H 0 0 0 0 0 2 27 0 u 8 U 0 R 01IOATE- 0 Formerly of Wakefield 0 0 0 T 1 F1NNELL 6 6 0 Frankfort Versailles Two Base 12345C78 2 0 1 000001000x 0 0 0 2 0 2 Versailles G 1 PLANING MILL Capital Gas AND 6 Burned Runs Fr nkforts Reinian Brown stolen Biues Fieed Davis Hach Double Play- s- Whitesmith to W Llndseyi W Lindsey to Wintersmlth to H Lindsey Brown to P Reamanto Procter P Reaman to Procter PURCHASED THE PLANING MILL HAVINGtobacco hogshenl factory of Messrs Procter unassisted Bae on Balls Off McGrew 3 Reed C Congleton Bros I am prepared to furnish Hit by Pitcher P Reaman Struck Out By McGrew C by Reed 6 SHINGLES DOORS Passed Balls Hall 1 TURNED SASH Time of Game 1 86 WORK BLINDS Umpire Ben Marshall STAIR WORK FRAMES lilts Hall Davis 2 Keaman P HOGSHEAD FACTOY YOU WANT FllANKFOUT Ali 4 11 Barret 8b 1 Montzlf Lindsey Lindsey H lb 2b 0 0 I Wintersmlth VuiiDerveer Bf- - Wc ss V s 1 8 mrIvv Totata 2U AU B S8i o 1 4 8 0 IB 8H PO A 0 0 2 2 0 0 4 0 0 0 l ii 8 2 a n K a 0 The South Frankfort Club went to Lawrenceburg played a game that place which of 6 to 17 in renceburg team 1 I AND ALL KINDSOF - Wednesday and 10 1 6 20 1 ii S with the club of Finish For a Blouse ns well as tobacco hossheads Factory one and a half blocks from Post onice on river front A share of public patronage Is solicited THIS OFFER 0 7 A resulted in a score favor of the Law 23 6 E u CHOATE Sept 2 KV rv VKH3A1UKS ltlBsnrO 0 0 0 1 u 0 Brown m ill- SI- - F ft - Annually in this country of con- Â¬ sumption Think of it Ono adult s out of every six and yet in the early i i 0 1 6 0 stages all pulmonary complaints may Uach 3b bo readily controlled by Dr Plales Household Oough Cure It is a cer 34 2 7 0 26f 14 2 Totals tain remedy for oouprhs and colds to themselves liblnKS 1234667U T0 whioh if left consumption bring on Pleasant pulmonary 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Frankfortv Children like it Tho price 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 11- 1- 2 to take Versailles lis right only 25 and 50 cents a Brown out for Interfering with fielder bottle ab P H Garaenters drug tflale out for belnK hit bj batted bull b store Two Base Hlts Yf Llndsey Bailey VtTtet KeamanGcr 3 3 l u 0 100000 People Die lv Our inventory disclosing too much UPHOL Â¬ STERED FURNITURE FINNELL We will until further notice offer at Every piece of Upholstered Furniture in our stock consisting of Parlor Sfprtl fE llW3fIJ J - 3Sii u 12 0 Geaar Posts I have for sale 2000 AJNo 1 For CEDAR POSTS further particulars apply to me on my premises T N Arnold I 2il2 0- REDUGRD PELIQEB Suits Rockers Easy Chairs Sofas c greatly Come while Â¬ the assortment is unbroken - Feb 2 tf R ROGERS SON aF Pi m M4mmY i u Mil mmMmmiMt MASTIN IsMiMttlMlittM 11 II- - We have on hand the finest lot of ve Â¬ hicles ever in the city prices to suit the times s 1 2 1 J 1 i A Wr J N- Call and examine our stock before purchasing elsewhere Satisfac Â¬ - 9 t - y tion guaranteed RELIGIOUS Baptist Oiiurch Rev W 0 Taylor the pastor preaches at 11 a m to morrow No services at night Sunday school in the Ohapel at 930 a m Catholic Â¬ Church Rev Father E J Donley will conduct the ser- vices at Church of tho Good Shop- herd to morrow Low mass at 8 a m High mass at 10 a m Benediction after first mass Tarsie preaches at II oclock morrow on Hiding Gods Word No night services Christian Church Rev George to- Â¬ M The usual to morrow will be conducted services W H Nelson who is in the drug by Rev R L McOready the rector has so business at Kingviile Mo Preaching at 11 and 8 oclock much confidence in Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy First Presbyterian Church that he warrants every bottle and Rev Mr Lindsey will occupy the pul Â¬ offers to refund the money to any after pit to morrow at 11 oclock Union customer who is not satisfiedrisk in using it Mr Nelson takes no service at night doing this because the remedy is a certain cure for the diseases for which Methodist Church Rev H G it is intended and he knows it It is Henderson will preach to morrow for sale by Phil Carpenter the morning at 11 oclock No service South Side Druggist at night Got Tliere This Time Sunday school meets at 930 a m Rain prevented a large at- Â¬ Southern Presbyterian Church tendance at the German picnic on Rev D Clay Lilly the pastor will occupy his pulpit to morrow the 26th of June so that the morning at 11 oclock but there will Benevolent Society lost money be no evening service and to make good their loss Mr Sunday school at 930 Marshall gave them the grounds Â¬ Rev George Darsie leaves Wednes- rent free on the evening of the day morning to attend the Inter- Â¬ Fourth A large crowd was in national Endeavor Convention at attendance and a great time was Cleveland O He will be the guest case of his brother Rev Lloyd Darsie enjoyed as is always the of the West Side Christian Ohurch with our German citizens when Quite and will preach for him on Sunday they start out for pleasure morning July 15th was realized a g od sized sum Â¬ The Union Meeting will be held to for the treasury of the Benevolent morrow night at 8 oclock in the Society First Presbyterian Ohurch and Rev Head JJadly Cut W O Taylor will preach the sermon Mr Harris Green clerk in the Rev George Darsie preaches at the Bridgeport Christian Ohurch to office of the Clerk of the Court of morrow at 3 p m Appeals was running down hill at Â¬ Episcopal Church ing with a party of young companions in an arm of Lake Michi- Â¬ gan OConnor The infant son of Mr John D OConnor died Saturday at the home of his parents on High View and was buried Sunday afternoon Walcutt Little Nancy daugh ter of Mr D B Walcutt died Tjesday morning at Windy Side the home of her parents near this city after a brief illness The little one was about two years of age and her death is a great blow to her parents Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- A Ijiglit on tlio Uridge There is L B MARSHALL W A GAINES i 1 v IV a move on fo5t to se- Â¬ cure an electric light on the rail- Â¬ road bridge which would be a good thing for the residents of Bellepoint and Highview as it would light up a considerable area Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a on the west side of the river We share of the insurance patronage Real estate bought sold or leased understand the railroad company A good line of both city and country property for sale at all times is perfectly willing for it to be OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET placed there if the city and Belle- point will pay the monthly cost of Life Insurance bought and sold the same i Real Estate and Insurance L 8 MARSHALL FOR SALE and loans negotiated Is CO Ags i r- - She Committed Suicide Mrs P 0 Cone at Paris left this letter My husband Forgive me if I cause you trouble but I suffer so You do not know what these long wakeful wretched nights are to me and I am so tired darling the pain will never be better It is not easy to take my own life but I have been sick so long Goodbye my huBband This is one I love you your wife of the thousands that gives up in Rtanxl of unlnor Dr Miles Restorative Nervine and being speedily cured of their wretchedness uoto J wuayie and get an elegant book and trial bottle free AoTTAGESOFFOUR TWO FIUMETaylor uvenue on This quick ROOMS good property nnd will be sold on easy payments to the right party II you are interested come FOR SALE TWO Is very valuable property STORY FRAME RESIDENCE 0K6R00MS Lewis street with lot 53 by 100 feet This FOR SALE a brick resi Â¬ road there rooms n tenement of lour rooms nnd allother necessary Improvements This land Is In n high state of cultivation the Improvements are in flne condition and In order to makon juIck tale will be offered at n bargain dence ot 5 210 A FINE FAKM OFfrom ACRES Is FINELY cated 8 miles Frutikfort on a upon which turnpike good Lo Â¬ Hit on tho Head A foul ball knocked into the OF THE BEST BUSINESS E3TABLISH ments In the city consisting of good clean crowd during the game at Thorn stock of goods and u well established profltablo trade This Is a fine opportunity for a man with Hill Park Thursday afternoon came capital 2S3 ACHES 8 FROM A FARM OF on a good turnpikeMILES with a Frankfort road near spoiling one little fellows fun 1 tenement houses 2 toresidence of rooms bacco and stock bar is besides all other neces It struck him a glancing blow on sary Improvements All of the Improvements lncludlncthe feiclng on this property ore new the side of the head and doubled und In tlrst class condition This farm has a quantity of tl he tobacco lund and would also make rope but after a him up over the a first class stock farm It also has a young little rubbing he was all right TWO STORY BRICK RESIDENCE OF 8 ROOM peach orchard of a thousand trees besides other fruit 14 acres of again and held to his place in the Is good property and land In Bridgeport This Is offered at n bargain front line until the game was over FOR SALE FOR SALE i 4 FOR SALE Â¬ Â¬ i lift Hi No more profitable nor safe in- Â¬ vestment can be found than stock in the Commercial Building Association Â¬ SjupRg S vv lizur t CO ACRES WITH 2 RESIDENCES and other necessary Improvements two uF 7 ROOMS ON HOLMES miles from Frankfort This property Is all In property has a lot 67 by 160 teet erassand would make an excellent Dairy or RESIDENCE well located and is Garden furm A FOR SALE FOR FARM OF SALE CO BEST IN QUALI1 r m L B MARSHALL 108T IN QUANTITY Deaths Bulger Monday Mrs Ann Bulger died evening at 6 oclock Thorn Hill Park Wedriesday at her home at the head of Main street aged about eighty Her funeral took place years Wednseday morning at g oclock from the Church of the Good Shepherd The old lady had been confined to the house for many years and was totally blind ing when he slipped and head coming in contact with a on rough board table used His scalp was badly the grounds cut and it was at first rumored that his skull was fractured but the latter proved to be untrue His injuries are not so serious va to prevent his attending to his duties at the office evenfell his Â¬ ow OKTE Butb the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to tho taste and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver aud Bowels cleanses the sys Â¬ tem effectually dispels colds head Â¬ aches and fevers and cures habitual Syrup of Figs is tho constipation ouly remedy of its kind ever pro luced pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach prompt jn its action and truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from tho most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it tho most popular remedy known fcjyrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and SI bottles by all leading drug Â¬ Any reliable druggist who gists may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any ono who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Â¬ Â¬ Dandruff Kills The Hair Have You DandruffP Have You a QuarterP Give Us the Quar X ENJOYS Cannon Pattie Christine the infant daughter of V L and the late Mrs Kittie Shaw Cannon died yesterday morning at the home of her grandfather Mr Her Harry Shaw in this county Â¬ In Now Quarters Â¬ OL1 Keep Your H We Will Save Your Hair ter WORMS vermifuge 20 WHITES CREW FOR YEARS Has led all WORM Romedles BOTTLE HICIUBDB03 XKUIClilB EVERY GUARANTEED1 ST LOUIS SOU B V ALI DRUGGISTS Prtparul b CO May 12 ly Mr C M Berryman has removed his stock of groceries from his old Bridge street stand into the store room on South St Clair street recently rented by him from Â¬ funeral will take place this morn- Messrs Nicol Bros and has about ing at 10 oclock from the resi- gotten every thing in ship shape dence of Mr Shaw on the Ver for business sailles pike Coming Here McPhekson The friends of The Paris Kentuckian Citizen is Mr L E McPherson in this city will regret to learn of the authority for the statement that death of his son Allen a lad of Mr Fife the drummer evangelist thirteen years who was drowned will hold a meeting here in Sepat Chic o on Tuc day while Inth- - tember Â¬ Quarter Lose Your Hair Sold by All feb 10 ly Jia TRADE MAKK TABLERSDII BUCKEYE Druggists OINTMENT A SURE rilllJ CURE CO P CURES NOTHING BUT PILES Miles Nerve and Liver Pills Act on a now principle regulating tho liver stomach ana bowels though the nerves A now discovery Dr Miles Pills speedily oure bilhujnAB bad taste torpid liver piles coMIHa tion Splendid for men womonRnd children Smallest mildest surest 50 doses for 25 cents Samplesfree at J W Gayles Frankfort Ky 45 ly BEST REMEDY for PILES PmmitTEICIIABDSOlT USD Muy 12 known for IS years as tho and CERTAIN SOIiD 11Y AliTi DRUGGISTS ly OT LOUIS 8AN FRANCISCO LOUli CAL VILU KY NEW YORK NY cuted at this office Job work neatly exe Â¬ -- J Mfl w i 7 10000 Bolts Wall Paper at Greatly Reduced Prices Screen Wire Screen Doors and Windows m Harness Saddles and Collars Of Shervvin and Williams Paints Lead Oils and Colors ardwar Iron and Steele Roofing Bar Iron Plows Barbed and Plain Wire Varnish and Brushes Blacksmiths Material Mill Supplies Sash and Door and Wall Paper- Rubber Cloth Sole and Harness Leather Rubber Hose Whips and Glass Lime and Cement Rims Spokes and Wheels Hoes Forks and Rakes Rock and Barrel Silt Rope and Twine of all kinds Binders Twine Fish Hooks and Lines Powder Shot and Shells Shovels and Picks Sewer and Flue Pipe I 0 ft K - in need of them On the above and hundreds of other articles we are making unusually low prices Do not fail to call when ff Cor Main and Lewis Streets Council of Chosen Friends Or ganized Â¬ f M A COLLINS The infant of Mr Llewellyn Cannon died yesterday Miss Nettie Kennie is visiting friends at Swallowfield Mr Sue Hammons and son Martin of Stamping Ground paid us a visit last week Bro Burdin mini ters to his charge at North Benson to day and to morrow at the usual hours Several of our people attended the picnic at Jett Station last Wed- Â¬ nesday the 4th The gardens are suffering to some extent in consequence of the dry weather The 4th was quite a tame affair in this community Mrs Julia Hughes has been visiting her sick sister Mrs Gate wood at Stamping Ground this week Shafer of the Freemyer House Middleburg N Y on the knee which laid him up in bed and caused the knee joint to be- Â¬ come stiff A friend recommended him to ubo Chamberlains Pain Balm which he did and in two days was able to be aroand Mr Shafer has recommended it to many others and says it is excellent for any kind of a bruise or sprain This same remedy is also famous for its cuies of rheuma tism For sale by Phil Carpenter South Side Druggist A horse kicked H S Â¬ Opposite the Farmers Bank W m BASE BATjIj MEETING Be Sure tu Bo There All persons interested in having a first class winning base ball team in this city are requested to meet at the office of Messrs L B Co this evening at 8 Marshall oclock Now all who delight in seeing a good game be sure to at- Â¬ tend for you are needed A ajaBucawauuKaijytfuiiycyUiaaua uutauutuiiaEucauiafiatjiicaEaBa rn Kli t Mr George W Bercaw and S M Bernard Ksq of Louisville who have been in the city for sev- Â¬ eral weeks working up an interest in the order of Chosen Friends succeeded in organizing a council of tha order on Thursday night at the Odd Fellows Hall It is a fraternal insurance organization and will doubtless do a great deal of good in this community The new organization is to be known as Frankfort Council No 28 and the following are the officers elected Thos A Joyce Councilor Mrs Mollie Smith Vice Coun cilor Frank H Morse Secretary E J Roberts Treasurer Mrs Alice Sinclair Prelate Thos E Gordon Marshal Mrs Nellie Bell Assistant Mar-Â¬ shal Mrs Pauline Stone Warden Miss Mamie Stone Assistant Warden Benjamin Lampton Sentry The new council siarts off with a charter membership of thirty two and will meet on the first and third Monday evenings in each month in the north hall of Odd Fellows Temple riri uh vW y We believe in business methods to give each and every patron equal value ca nx Advertise no baits they are misleading fi f Ed I2Q aa na plain na ja I ca ra ca ca na U You think that is the proper way for an honest reliable mer- - gg gJ chant What lasting advantage can a dealer attain who habit- - na nz uduy ucueivcsr na ma DONT 1 nn New Gallery The South SideYs can now have their pictures taken without going far from home for th purpose as a traveling artist hafc set up a portable gallery on the Tarlton lot E3 lowest in prices ua Us that we handle the finest grades of good reliable Men gg g Women and Childrens Shoes and we aUays aim to be the jgU BELIEVE Hats Caps School Books aa rja ca at the corner of Steele and Second streets aa aa ra aa IN c When Traveling Whether on pleasure bent or business take on every trip a bottle of Syrup of Figs as it acts most Â¬ pleasantly and effectually on the kidneys liver and bowels pre venting fevers headaches and other forms of sickness For sale in 50c and 1 bottles by all lead- Â¬ ing druggists Manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co only ca vou and are here ca na ca na kn na Are too frequently resorted to by some but we maintain our ca old honest methods that have stood tie test of 30 years with still DECEPTIONS mMtiLS mh Blflil T J ca na ca ca aa na na ca na ca ca ea Â¬ M na na ca na ca SS Ilfi3 5 Urn M SON MA en na aa ca oa na cn run rancararirarjircarsnanarsana rinarjarasaEarsiaEncacanariaRa R A White The Old Reliable Shoe Dealers Ransdell Wm Si Gaertner Forks of Elkhorn Sampcy being sick Bro Burdin filled his appointment at Buck Run last Sunday The protracted meeting which has been in progress at the Christian Church during the past two weeks or more has resulted in several additions If the person who took Mat Thompsons buggy whip at the Christian Church last Sunday night and also the one who took the backing straps from our buggy the same night will return these articles no questions will be asked Mr H Stedman made a busi- Â¬ ness trip to Louisville the first of the week The farmers are busily engaged in harvesting their hay The crop seems to be very good Mrs Kirchbaum who has been very sick recently has about re- Â¬ covered Mr Thos McCaw who had the misfortune to break both legs recently we are glad to announce is recovering as rapidly as possi ble Mr Kirk Beauchamps cow was killed by a Kentucky Midland train Thursday night of last week Miss Annie Redd is visiting friends in Paris Another school year has dawned on us last Sunday being the first Contracts entered into now day by and between teachers and trustees are valid The fete last Tuesday night was a very enjoyable occasion All present and they were not a few entered heartily into the affair Several young ladies enhanced the pleasure by the rendering of de- Â¬ lightful music Â¬ to 35 a cu CO CO Dr hJa S a tflk o Y M u I Picnic Â¬ is e CS s SB The Young Mens Institute No 161 are perfecting arrangements to render their picnic at Thorn Hill Park on Wednesday the 18th as pleasant and agreeable as possible Every sort of amusement will be afforded such Â¬ 00 2 CD Jft 2 jV y t H - gH c iB fHLtH tHtU WB tRECH RIVER TO UC CO WAREHOUSf -f j f3ri HB kMIBB y pj I j mmhh M Rf3 HR f HS3 kmI I I III B f Advertised Letters at Frankfort base ball basketball cwith fireworks in the evening Intoxicating liquors will not be allowed on the grounds as dancing foot races Kentucky Below will be found a list of adver Â¬ tised letters for the week ending Brown Mack Church Mr John Clay Lizzie Duvall Emma Green Hiver Tobacco CD - - Warehouse Props LOUISVILLE KY Four Months July 7 1894 Baxter T S WHITE RANSHELL MAIN ST BET NINTH AND TENTH MARK YOUR HOGSHEADS Building Kinney John Esq Kirby F M George Mat Lucas John Price Miss Mary Williamson Pully GREEN RIVER HOUSE J8 X 1 Dr O H Reynolds commenced laying the foundation for a double tenement house Thursday on the rear of his lot on the corner of Main and Third streets The house will front on Main and each tenement will contain five or six rooms Mrs W E Younger Mi68 tSSTWe refer shippers to Deposit Hank Frankfort Farmers and Drovers Shelbyville Huffman John Sarah Bank of Woodford Versailles Citizens National Louisville Jan 20 tf When calling for these letters say S B Holmes P M advertised S B Holmes Fosteb Baird Hockensmith Auction Sales Daily Returns Promptly Made Storage Free of Charge A Household Treasure KID Toilet Soap DEAI ERS in Fancy Good Willards Articles Balsam Perfumery 1alent Medicines Sole agents for Cough Orders sent promptly to all parts of the city JfgTTELEPHONE RING 44 June 2 lv Broke Out Afresh Fire again bnke out ruins of Mr H R livery stable on Saturday night but was soon extinguished It had evidently been smouldering since the conflagration of Thurs- Â¬ day night B B t the Williams in Fuller of Canajoharie N Y says that he always keeps Dr Kings New Discovery in the house and his family has always found the very best results follow its use that he would not be without it if procurable G A Dykeman Druggist Cats skill N Y says that Dr Kings Now Discovery is undoutedbly the best cough remedy that he ha8 used it in his family for eight years and it has never failed to do all that is claimed for it Why not try a remedy so long tried and tested Trial bottles free at P H Oarpknters drug store 3 Regular sizes 50 cents and 1 D W Â¬ JLrits F 17 W r Jiargalns in Vehicles Excursion 109 23 90 WHAT DOES IT MEAN An excursion train will be run from this city to Louisville on Sunday the 15th to give every- Â¬ body a chance to see the great game of ball between the Louisville and Washington Clubs Â¬ Cow offered at a bargain Apply to William Cromwell is IV milk cow 41 for Sale A first class tf In addition to their regular line Harness the Kentucky Buggy Works offer very cheap several second hand buggies and surries also a good jersey wagon and one All in good running blackboard order 42 3t The trustees of School District A OK A0TIF8 TOVJt No 1 Woodlake the old historic Or you IV oil worn It really good for notb out ore It la general debility Try irifr have again em- Â¬ stone house It will euro you cleanso your Ucr and glvo ployed C H Parrent as teacher a good appetite Born July 4th 1894 to Mr Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder John Newman and wile a son A Pure drape Cream ot Tartar Powder Itcifini thai thsQuten and Creietnt Rant la IT milea ihorteit rctwfin Cincinnati and Lexington S3 mllei thorteat Cincinnati to nir minnhami Omllca ahortcat Cincinnati to NfW Orleans lu9uileaabortak Cincinnati to Cbattanouga AUanU or JaoksunTlUa floriJa SOLiD VESTIBULED TRAINS Vetween all of tha aboTo polnta Throuah Can to Ylckatmrjr and 5hrT Only Una running through curs Cincinnati to KnuxTllla and port Aihefllle N 0 Direct Una to Ten and Jleaico tU New Orleans or HhelbjrTlllo and Lawrrncaburr via Shrvenort Aak aaenta about toura to CallfomU Pmm rtiiUvni direct connection la nude at Leiioaton ith veatlbulcd tralna to all point boutB T 0 U1NEARSOM Oenl laiar Agent Cincinnati O fe QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE ji f - rp- - lrwrgasp t 8 kvj SENS ATIONAL i Jl tl i f -- FRANKFORTS BIGSEST SALE 3 V iL Clothing Shoes Hats S6D CRUTCHER CLOTHING 120 Childrens Suits all wool assort- Â¬ ed colors fine goods only 299 were 4 and 5 STOCK STA KKS Â¬ to Having determined to consolidate their entire business they offer their immense stock for the following prices FOR CASH Every dollars worth to be closed out FURNISHINGS One big lot Working Shirts 23c were 40c only One big lot Half Hose black brown SHOES 37 pairs Ladies Oxfords go at 60c ffSP JC3L One big lot Boys Tan Shoes were 150 and 175 One big lotof Mens Tan Shoes were 200 and 225 125 150 were 85c and 100 1 45 pairs Ladies Oxfords go at 90c 500 pairs Mens Working Pants 49c wcre 75e and grey mixed only 4c worth 10c One big lot All Linen Collars four ply only 10c were 15c One big lot Mens Half Hose brown black and tan only 12c were 25c One big lot of Suspenders fine goods 43 pairs Childrens Knee Pants only 15c were 125 75 pairs Ladies Oxfords from 125 and 150 100 cut One big lot of Mens Hand Sowed Tan Shoes 400 were 500 and 600 1500 Mens Jeans Pants only 99c were 150 299 150 Mens All Wool Pants were 500 155 Boys Long Pants Suits all wool 20 styles go at 5 and 6 were 9 and 10 25c were 60c One big lot Cluett Com PK Bosom Shirts only 75c were 150 One big lot All Linen Bosom White Shirts only 49c One big lot Boys 4 to 12 only 19c One lot Jos A Bunstons French One big lot Misses Oxfords only Calf Hand Sowed Shoes sold for 650 99c cut from 150 go as long as they last for 400 This 20 pairs Mens Strap Sandals 99c is a great bargain for you cut from 125 One big lot of Boys Congress Shoes One big lot of Ladies Kid Shoes D slightly damaged go at75cwero 150 and E last 110 cut from 150 One big lot of Misses Shoes assorted 30 pairs Ladies Tan Goat Oxfords sizes go at 1Q0 wore 115 were 150 150 n About 200 Mens Grey Blue and Tan Suits all wool go at 750 wore 10 and 15 75 Mens Grey Blue and Black Suits all wool go at 10 were 15 and 18 About 125 fine Clay Diagonal Suits flat braid sack or frock go at 15 were 25 10 pairs Ladies White Canvas fords 120 were 150 75 Ox- Â¬ Shirt Waists ages One big lot Negligee Shirts very fine goods only 1 One big lot Brown Balbrigan Undershirts and Drawers only 49c wore 75c Â¬ pairs Ladies Tan Slate and White Oxfords 140 were 200 30 pairs Ladies Tan Goat Oxfords 140 were 175 and 200 One big lot of Boys Straw Hats 15c 36 pairs Ladies Patent Vamp Boots were 40c hand sowed 200 were 400 One Boys big lot of 145 pairs Barnards hand sewed Ox- Â¬ Hats 25c were 60c fords wore 350 to 500 go now at cut in proportion Hats Trunks fla Dross Straw -- One big lot of alpaca coats go at up to 4 were 150 to 6 1 All other Hats Â¬ One big lot Blue and Black Serge Coats and Vests go at 5 were 750 and 8 One big lot Hem Stitched Handker chiefs for ladies and gentlemen 3 for Â¬ 250 All other Shoes cut v i MWS 25c One Big lot of Trunks Bags Telescopes all suffer the samo reduction v v3 VMS5 Kfc This Sale Continues Until Every Dollar Is Closed fl hs Yvi u uJXU XwJZIJQjJX OZJ O JL JCLSXICSJO I