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HT mm f EPfisL P7V fWW TTT TJPW f T r v wf F B h The GEO A Frankfort Roundabout A X LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advanoe NO V VOL XVII FRANKFORT KY Latest U S Govt Report SATURDAY JULY 14 1814 Ky rry 45 Highest of all in Leavening Power A Will lump In Louisville Mr mi m - jraaaZX ABSOLUTELY PURE COUNCIJj PROCEEDINGS The Electric Hallway Company Can Now Haul Freight on the South Side H ti Tuesdav July io 04 Tlie following councilmen were Ellwanger Crutcher present Heflher Haly Marshall Pruett Sower Tobin Utterback and WilAbsent Miles and For- liams Â¬ tune Barret presented a petition asking that her assessment of 10000 on bonds be reduced to 3500 Referred to finance committee Dr 0 H Reynolds asked permission to erect two story frame dwelling on his lot in South Mrs M Â¬ Â¬ Margaretta Granted Frankfort asking the council to Petition maintain the manual training school was read and referred to V ffil fc i hold on society in Louisville Third roods The following ordinances were street at night with the many 600 yards Figured Lawns only 4 cents a yard worth 6 cents given their first reading and pas- Â¬ ladies and gentlemen on wheels 750 yards Figured Chalks only 4 cents a yard worth 6 4 cent sage carrying lighted lamps soquios3i 300 yards yz wool light Ground Chalies To protect the streets and public a IV Id with myriads of fire flies only 13 cents worth 20 cents ards 14 uool obstructions fluttering hithet and thither over 250 18 cents worth dark Wound Chalies prohibiting ways only 25 cents l I ijuyniiiK iin wuui viiiiici iiiii unu iiai k thereon it Tlie ladies here have not caught ground only 49 cents woith no cents To prohibit and suppress dis- on to the craze yet but when Dress they 9SovarrH all sorts of summerDimity Goods Lawns including Siteen Figured orderly houses do the days of cards dancing Oigaudies Pink nd Blue Figured Lawns To protect officers in the dis day dreams ennui and indoor lilack with white dots muI black with liguies all these will lie sold ht to cents a charge of their duty idleness will have spent its force yard worth rnuch more To prohibit the sale or distribu700 yards Dress Gingham on x2 cents a yard worth to cents tion of obscene literature or picWhen Traveling 20 yards line Dress Ginghams only 11 cents a yard worth 15 cents tures the Gicatest Bargains ever The following ordinances were Whether on pleasure bent or busi- These are Frankfort Dont delay but offered in given their second and final pas ness take on every trip a bottle come at once and get first pick of Syrup of Figs as it acts most sage To give the street railway the pleasantly and effectually on the privilege of hauling freight over kidneys liver and bowejs preheadaches and its lines in South Frankfort and all venting fevers For sale other forms of sickness streets and alleys bottles by all lead To provide forthe construction in 50c and Manufactured by No 214 St Clair street next door to R K ing druggists of a catchbasin on Shelby street McClure the California Fig Syrup Co only not to exceed 30 in cost 1 -- cepted school committee The City Clerks report showed an overdraft of 3400 and the Treasurers report an overdraft of 532O0 The City Attorney made his repbrl on the question of back taxes due from the banks showing that something over 46000 taxes were due for the years Mr Marshall offered a resolu- Â¬ which was unanimously tion adopted directing the Attorney to take the necessary steps to collect the taxes and to confer Fall to do Their Duty Mid Summer Clearing Sale with the Mayor and finance comEverybody has at times failed to do be their duty towards themeslves Hunmittee as to what steps should dreds of lady readers suffer from sick taken headaohe nervousness sleeplessness Accounts against sundry per and female troubles Let them follow Herbrechter the example of sons for building and improving Stevens Point Mrs H who for five Wis sidewalks were ordered turned years suffered greatly from nervous and sleeplessness tried over to City Marshal for collec- prostration and different medicines physicians without success But one bottles of tion Dr Miles Nervine caused sound sleep The question of allowing L H every night and she is feeling like a Having too many goods for this season Weisenbcrg to erect a frame new person Mrs Elizabeth Wheel- Â¬ of the year we must exchange them for er Laramie Oity Wyoming who money building on his lot on East Main tried all other remedies declares that made and lo get that money we have three weeks use of street near the Arsenal was dis Â¬ after headache nervous the Nervine prostration for cussed by Mr J A Scott and c she was entirely relieved Sold by J W Gavle Trial bottles free permission was granted to build 1 pncesTna wmseiiTnem Dr Sam E James tendered his Society on Wheels resignation as a member of the Board of Health and it was acThe bicycle craze has taken deep 92-93-- Morton Swango of this city goes to Louisville to day BILLIARDS AND POOL where he will pirticinate in the athletic contest to take place at CfAS G PAYNE the Athletic CuD n that cty this Billiards and Pool evening There will be bicycle The Club Main Sheet races running races mile walk The Finest Tables In tlie city Gymnasium and Bowling Alleys attached jumping putting the shot pole Mr Swango is only c vault CONFECTIONER entered in the pole vault atld as JOHN R TODD he already has a record of 8 feet Manufacturing To widen Second street in South 2 inches and is in good trim for Confectioner Frankfort from Fincel Block to the contest he will make his opcity school and build a retaining St Clair Street ponents do some right lively jump Home made Candle 4t Nuts and Ice Cream Fults wall on the north side of same iindbodu Water in seaport Cigars Und Tobacco ing if they beat him Near new bridge To provide for a retaining wall Acting as Deputies to be built from Williams corner DRUGS to Bums shop on Upper Main About twenty young men who W H AVERILL street were out of employment in this Druggist To prevent fast driving on the city went to Louisville Tuesday Main Street opp City Hall streets evening where they were sworn in A general stock ot Drug Fine Stationery a To prohibit the carrying of conand as deputy sheriffs and are guard specialty Cigars hoursTobacco Prescriptions compounded at all cealed weapons ing the property of the L N NO W R WILLIAMS CO To prevent the sale of cigarettes railroad in that city to prevent 18 years of to any person under Druggists the same being destroyed in the age event of trouble between the road 314 Main Steet To prevent the interruption of Prescriptions carefully and accurately filled at all and its employes some of whom hours A fine line of Fancy Toilet Articles church worship or schools went out in a strike Tuesday ToAfix a penalty for shooting FLOUR AND FEED Grasp the Opportunity at or wounding any person REOCK DONALDSON To fix a penalty for petty larceny Our enterprising druggist P H Flour Meal Feed and To provide for the paving and Oarpkntkk cordially invites you to try a 25c bottle of Dr HaleB House- Â¬ Countrv Produce guttering of Upper Main street hold Cough Cure This new remedy Fineel Block South Side from Arsenal to Cemetery gate acts quickly on the bronchial tubes throat and lungs lessens the desire Oysters Fish an I Game In season Choice To provide for the widening to cough and heals mucous mem- Â¬ Pickles and Preserves of Bridge street in South Frankfort brane If consumption it will cure LIVERY To fix penalty for defacing or you it Pleasnnttotake The children like c injuring any public property MANGAN DARNELL Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder To prevent cruelty to animals A Pure Orone Cream ot Tartar Powder Fine Livery To prevent the discharge of fire Terms Reasonable arms in Frankfort and prevent the 2 9 Main Street discharging of fireworks of any kind except on July 4th and Christ- Â¬ mas To better secure good order in the city To prohibit gaming Thte Council then adjourned Business and Professional Directory H G Baking MATTEBIT TKE- - Powder Plitiiimir 334 MAIN STRKM FitANKFORT K LAWYERS I Â¬ Â¬ WM CROMWELL Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky chase unci sale or real estate collection ol rents claims nnd the negotiation of loans Also Real Estate Agent Will practice in tuo Courts of Franklin and the adjoining counties and will also give special attention to the pur Â¬ i iii Â¬ W J CHINN R Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky Oftlce second Will practice In all State Courts floor Custom House NEWSDEALER GUY BARRETT News Dealer and Bookseller 332 Main Street Fine Stationery Periodicals of alt kinds Fancy Goods PAINTERS WH BRIDGEFORD The Painter 10 St Clair Street 1 Wall Paper Paints Oils und Glass constantly on hand HRRTSTEIH S How To Save Money Bring house try to credit Â¬ your CASH and get the benefit of it in buying from a that does not sell Tom Dick and Harry on credit and make up on the cash customers what he looses in bad accounts Â¬ Bargains Bargains Â¬ Riler nose Lawn mowers Wire Screen cioifi AND A HUNDRED OF OTHER ITKMS - Â¬ M P GEAY HARDWARE MERCHANT Read cirefully the prices on the following Black Hursey DEALERS IN I I Â¬ FINE HARNESS and SADDLES A COMPLETE LINE OF Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TROTTING and RUNNING HORSE GOODS ALWAYS ON HAND - pRTSTEiM 1 Â¬ mar 10 3m 232 Ajnar street BKmmiXiSiSjiar jr i ijxZAJi mimiyTwW fwmrf j- - 2 wSk IB MAKE ROOM FOR ENTIRE HEW icy Fill KU STOCK I will for the next 30 days offer everything in my rid nu CHINA DEPARTMENT At greatly reduced prices A brand new let of Lamps that will be just the thing this fall at half their value Summer goods in my House Furnishing Department at greatly reduced prices Give me a call Mr P Pall Taylor of Atlanta Mr J S McKendrick of Lawrence Georgia is visiting his mother and burg was in the city Thursday Miss Lillie Jones i8 visiting friends sister in this city Miss Alice Trabue of this county at LnGrange Miss Maggie Downey has returned is visiting relatives in Louisville Miss Louise Pepper has returned home from a visit to friends and Miss Margaret Wood ef Greenup from a visit to Paris relatives in Lexington Ky is visiting Miss Maggie Woodson Miss Maria Pepper visited her aunt Misses Mary Jillson and Lyde Man in Bellepoint in Versailles hist week agan left Thursday for a visit to Mrs Kate Rodgers of Wichita Judge Jos H Lewis lias returned friends in Pleasureville Kansas is visiting her father Capt from a trip to Nebraska Miss Fannie Herndon of Louisville Sara Sanders in this city Mrs D M McHenry is still very ill is visiting her aunt Miss Annie Mr W H Posey spent Wednesday Herndon near this city at her home on Ann street and Thursday in Cincinnati in the Mr Tom Green of Louisville is Mr J J Smythe and bride nee interest of the new base ball club visiting friends in this city Jessie Calmer of Denver Colorado Mr F T Brooks of Syracuse New Mr John C Russell of Louisville are visiting relatives here York is visiting his father-in-lawas in the city on Monday Miss Margaret Newman of Lexing- Â¬ Capt S M Sanders on Ann street Hon Ike Quigley of Paducah ton attended the funeral of little Mrs Susanna Cooper of Cincin- Â¬ Geo Mandhler on Tuesday spent last week in this city nati who has been visiting her son Misses Ollie and Grace Compton Mr Jesse Whitehouso near this city Mr J G Schweers of Louisville will leave next week for Cleveland returned home yesterday visited his family last week Ohio for an extended visit Mrs William Addams and children Miss Clara Buckley goes to CincinMrs C D Puttie and daughter Miss and Mrs Mary Alexander of Nor- Â¬ nati next week to visit friends Little Miss Emma Pence is very Mary of Richmond are visiting Miss wood Ohio are visiting Mrs Loulle Lucy Pattie near Farmdale B Longmoor on Second street sick at her home in Bellepoint Miss Shipman of Niagara Falls Hon A J Carroll and wife and Mr Joe Montfort of Cincinnati New York is visiting the Misses Hon George H Alexander of Louis- Â¬ was in the city on Monday last Drane on west Second streetville spent Sjunday in this city the Miss May Donaldson left Tuesday guests of Judge W H Holt and Judge J H Brent and daughter for Owensboro to viBit relatives Miss Mary and son Mr Hugh left family Mr Tilford BOlark of Lexington Miss Mary 0 Cromwell who haB Tuesday for Rockcastle Spring waB in this city on Monday laBt been visiting relatives in this city Misses Jessie and Evelyn Walbeck Miss Ada JBennett has gone to of Louisville are the guests of Mrs and county the past month returns Paducah to visit Miss Bloomfield to her home in Fayette county this James A Murray at Glen Willis morning Hon V C Owens spent a few Rev J McClusky Blayney and sons hours in this city on Tuesday last Mrs Lucy Markham is very ill at Lindsey and Mac have gone to Mr F W R Ramsey Hon W the home of her of Laurel Wisconsin to spend the summer Keyes at Ashland and her daughter county was in the city on Monday Misses Lilly Herancourt and Flora Miss Mary Page returned the first Wolfe returned Monday from an ex- Â¬ Mrs 0 B Ohinn has been summoned to her bedside of the week from a visit to Lexington tended visit to friends in Kansas Mrs Agnes A Ledridge and daugh- Â¬ Mr Percy Headley of Louisville Mrs James Rodman and daughter Miss Minnie huve been vis Â¬ spent Sunday with his parents in this Nellie Cheatham leave next week ter Mrs Anna who iting P Edwards nee Miss city for a visit to relatives in Louisville Ledridge at Cincinnati Ohio has Miss Mamie Savage of Lexington Mr William Addams of Norwood returned home spent several days in this city thiB Ohio spent Sunday in thie city visit- Â¬ Mr S T Fortune has bnen quite ing his sister Mrs L B Longmoor week sick at his home on Main street Miss Maggie LeCompte of Lexing- Â¬ Little Ada Reynolds is quite ill with South Side for the past week but is ton visited friends in this city Wed- Â¬ diphtheria at the home of her uncle able to be out again and his wife is nesday Dr 0 H Reynolds on Second street suffering from a sprained ankle Mrs Grant Green jr who has been Mrs N J Sawyier and her guests Miss May Crumbaugh has returned ill for some time is somewhat imMrs M L Campbell of Covington to her home near Ohristianburg ac- Â¬ proved companied by Miss Shofler Stephens and Mr and Mrs Edwin G Nice Mrs John P Starks of LouiBville waner of Baltimore attended the left Monday with a party for a trip to Rev George Darsie left Wednes- Â¬ Chautauqua at Lexington Tuesday day for Cleveland Ohio to attend Europe the International Endeavor Conven- Â¬ LaBt June Dick Crawford brought MissBertie Grant of Louisville is his twelve months old child suffering visiting Miss Annie Herndon near tion from infantile diarrhoea to me It Mr Lute Combs of Louisville has had been wealed at four months old this city been visiting his nephew Mr W B and being sickly everything ran Mrs Emma Blanton of Indianapo- Â¬ Bridgeford on Murray street this through it like water through a seive lis Ind is the guest of Mrs R M I gave it the usual treatment in such week cases but without benefit The child Aldridge Rev Rush Eastman of Philadel Â¬ kept growing thiner until it weighed Mr Chas T Ray who has been but little more than when born or phia practicing law in this city has located W H who has been the guest of Mr perhaps 10 pounds I then started Averill left Wednesday for the father to giving Chamberlains Lebanon home Colic Choleraand Diarrhoea Remedy Mr Carlton Graham of Georgetown cent size Messrs Woodson and Henry Woods Before one bottle of the 25 improve- Â¬ spent Sunday in this city visiting had been used a marked of St Louis Mo are visiting their ment was seen and its continued use relatives mother Mrs L F WoodB on High cured the child Its weakness and Mr and Mrs J W HugbeB are street puny constitution disappeared and its father and myself believe the childs spending this week at their farm near Judge G B Swango and Capt W life was saveed by this remedy J T Woodlake F Dandridge attended the funeral of Marlow M D Tarama 111 For sale Miss Alleen Woodson spent this Hon M C Lisle at Winchester on by Phil Carpenter South Side Druggist week with the Misses Hughes near Sunday Farmdale Mrs H S Hale and sons Masters Dr Hales Household Ointment Miss Isabel Lindsey and Mary Ely Henry and Theodore have gone to have gone to North Carolina to spend Mayfield for a visit to friends and Is the finest remedy in the world It absolutely cures catarrh It cures a fewmonths relatives Neuralgia and Rheumatism Cures Miss Mollie Strickler of Louisville Miss Mary Talbott Dudley and Piles like magic Cures Suit Rheum is visitingjher sister Mrs 0 J Smith Miss Ruth Ely retarned the first of in the most soothing manner Cures Inflamed and Granulated EyelidB in Bellepoint the week from a visit to friends in Cures Coughs and Colds Can be Mrs Crittenden and daughter Covington taken internally A positive specific Miss Rose have returned from a vJsit Miss Guerant of Jessamine county for pneumonia Cuts Bruises Burns long standing Chilblains Sores to Owensboro and Miss Converse of Orescent Hill Corns and Bunions of cured quickly are Miss Gertrude South returned the are visiting Mrs D Clay Lilly on different from all else superior to all else it has no equal -- 5 and 50c boxes first of the week from a visit to Third street Large size cheapest Sold at P PI friends in Paris Mrs Jos Lindsey of Mt Sterling Carpenters drug store 8 Lieut Commander C E Colahan has been visiting her daughter Mrs U S N and wife are visiting rela Â¬ Thos B Rodman in this city the BROWNS IRON BITTERS past two weeks tives in this city n Miss May Washington who has Mr Will Lindsey who has been been visiting Mr Mrs A W Overton visiting his parents In this city for on Second street returned to her the past two months has returned to Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder home in Newport Wednesday North Carolina Worlds Pair Highest Award I JOHN T PERSONAL I btthttt I I TnvPenmanship and - Personally Conducted Tour POSITIONS GUARANTEED Over Picturesque Chesa Â¬ under reasonable conditions Our FREE 96 page peake and Ohio catalogue will explain why we can afford it Dranghons Practical Business College We spend more money in the interest of raphy urKmployrnent Department than half the business Colleges take in as tuition weeks by our method teaching book keeping is equal to 12 weeks by the old plan i teachers 6CO students past year no vacation enter any time Cheap Board We have recently prepared books especially adapted to NASHVILLE TENN Book keeping Shorthand Â¬ - These popular tours will leave Cincinnati July 23d August 6th and September 10th visiting Hot Natural Springs Va Bridge Luray Caverns Richmond Va Each and Old Point Comfort paitv will be limite to twenty five people and will be accompanied en route by an experienced Passenger Agent who will look to the comfort of everybody making all arrangements in ad vance etc This is the most delightful way Price of ticket S35 to travel covering all expenses on the going trip such as hotel bills admission to Bridge and Caverns transfers Carriage drive at Rich- Â¬ mond and railroad fare returning Send for descriptive pamphlet giving itinerary and details C B Ryan A G P A C O Ry Cincinnati O 44 5 1 1 Write for catalogue J Tele- - t- - 4 Â¬ Sent on 60 days trial Write us raid explain your wants N B We pay 35 cash for all vacancies as book keepers stenographers teachers clerks etc reported to us provided wo fill same July 14 16tft HOME STUDY Â¬ ALL ABOARD FOR CLEVELAND ON ACCOUNT Â¬ OE Christian Endeavor Convention JTJ-JLi-y H i litis TO IStta THE H A1 BIG- - FOUR fiOUTE WILL SELL TICKETS AT Guess For 1000 Courier Journal has announced another of its popular guessing contests taking the tem- Â¬ perature at Louisville during the One month of August as basis thousand dollars in cash will be given free as presents to the new and old renewing subscribers who guess the hottest day at Louisville during August and give the closest guess to the Ingest temperature the Weather Bureau thermometer will reach on that day The subscription price of the Weekly Courier Journal is 1 a year Each guess must be accom- Â¬ panied by one yearly subscription No newspaper published in the United States has been so liberal to its subscribers or has offered such liber- Â¬ al prizes to secure new subscribers as the Courier Journal During the past eighteen months it has given away in presents absolutely free 17 400 in money not- - to mention such premium articles as sewing machines watches guns c This in spite of the business depression that is felt as much or more in newspaper offices The than in any other business Weekly Courier Journal has just an- Â¬ nounced the lucky guessers in its May rainfall contest There were 222 of these guessers distributed over the States of Alabama Arkansas Kentucky Texas Tennessee Mississippi Indiana Virginia Missouri Louisiana Illinois Iowa Ohio Pennsylva Â¬ nia Nebraska Indian Territory Michigan South Carolina South Dakota West Virginia New York California Florida Washington and No better indicator of Oklahoma the circulation of the Weekly Courier Journal could be had than this list Sample copies of the paper with full details and blanks may be had by sending a request on a postal card Address Weekly Courier Journal Louisville Ky The contest closes July 31st The Weekly Â¬ Â¬ 1 4 Lv 2 flTE 4 m- f TRAINS EVERY DAY Cincinnati Ar Cleveland son-in-la- w 900am 1145 am 600 pm829 pm 530 pm 746 pm 120 am 645 pSO TRANSFER AT CINCINNATI si J Al 4L iWS AH trains of the L N R R Queen and Crescent Ronte Kentucky Central and ChesaÂ¬ peake Ohio railways make direct connection in Central Union Station Cincinnati with Ex press Trains of the Big Four Route for Cleveland To secure these splendid accommodations it will be necessary for jou to ASK FOR TICKETS VIA THE a BIG FOUR ROUTE e o Mccormick Manager Pass Traffic June S0 3t CUtCINNATI d b martin Genl Pass Agent I Kentucky Midland Ry Only direct line between Â¬ CINCINNATI Frankfort lisle AND FRANKFORT and Shortest and quickest between Georgetown Paris Car- - trills Cynthiani Fal mouth and CoringtoB VIA v MIDLAND-TIME -- ASK FOR TICKETS KT TRAINS BUN BY CENTRAL STANDARD TIME TABLE APR I 1804 A M 1 p M p u 100 110- TRAINS Lv Frankfort Lv Summit Lv Elkborn AST No No 8 No 7 700 716 711 718 728 781 74C 410 4 16 lv swltzer Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Ar At 421 LvfituniDlne Ground Georgetown C S Depot Newtown Centrevllle 428 438 444 4 CO 12b 140 210 220 Johnson Duvall 200- 235- - B 740 755 810 808 0 820 a30 Elizabeth Paris Paris Junction TRAIN8 WEST 467 503 513 521 520 535 538 30O 320 336 345 400 IA Lv No 2 C 111 HIPMIAMIPM No 4 Lv Purls Junnctlou No8Nol tieo the Worlds Fair for 1 5 CIh ArGeoietown Ar Oin tervlllo Ar Newtown Ar 0 S Depot ArEtzabeth Paris 00 56 1010 1014 10 22 10 32 B 015 610 li 27 105 44U 4F6 621 -- digestiori Debility cures Dyspepsia Upon receipt of your address and fifteen cents in postage stamps we will mail you prepaid our Souvenir Portfolio of the Wqrlds Columbian Exposition The regular price is fifty cents but as we want you to have one we make the price nominal You will find it a work of art and a thing to be prized It contains full page views of the groat buildings with de Â¬ scriptions of same and is executed in highest stylo of art If not satisfied with it after you get it wo will re Â¬ fund the stamps and lot you keep the book Address Co Chicago 111 H E Buoklkn 4 Ar Johnson Ar Duvall Ar StitinplnRGround Ar Swltzer Ar Klkhorn Ar Summit Ar Frankfort A A connects with L B connects with Q C 1037 1147 1163 11 00 041 645 651 G 540 OOO 57 7 03 1110 1117 1123 1130 N 747 800 810 830 RfO 720 735 720 7 13 025 005 915 connects with KC 0 and LH Nos 1 Sundujs until further nitlce No 1 will leave Frankfort at 816 a in and Georgetown at 002 arriving at Pails utJ40 The Kentucky Midland Railway and conneo tlons form the shortest and cheapest ronte to all points north south east and west For further Information npply to their agents SUNDAY TRAINS 2 Hand 4 will rim on t 4 CD BERCAW Geu Pass Aet GEOB HARPER K B WEITZEL City Ticket Agent Gen Supt Mti w - - ati v jtdL- - jr - JfcALtijaJiAjJ iau i SOLttT STERLING SILVER M u H 365 For Three Dollars and Sixty five Cents in Silver tion smaller than illustra tion above They are the same weight as the silver you offer in payment we will give you six 6 Solid Sterling Silver 925 1000 fine Teaspoons a frac Â¬ S475 silver you offer in payment For Four Dollars and Seventy five Cents in Silver we will give you six 6 Oli ver Teaspoons style ana They size as illustrated also weigh the same as the ftl 1 I f We also furnish the Rococo and other patterns at the same price This means we give you weight for weight and silver for silver and charge nothing for labor or making No extra charge for engraving three letters on each spoon MA An TiitercstiiifrTiCttei OTPT TDC1T3rT OJEjJDOJL Xt A HI The Leading Jeweler FRANKFORT KY V ft I V Oiler W m L f from Mr VV Boughton an English James gentleman speaks altogether from a disinterested standpoint as he paid full fare and had no reason whatever to give a biased opinion The following letter The firm of Mastin Brothers in this issue of the paper offer for sale their entire stock of vehicles They do and harness for cost not by any means propose quitting business but find their stock too large for the times and have selected this means of reducing it It is a rare chance to buy a cheap turnout and we feel sure many will avail themselves of the op Go and see them at portunity once A THE ABOVE CUT REPRESENTS OUR SOUVENIR BRIDGE SPOON I IJ I wr V London May 1894 Captain Penwell I have Dear just returned from a trip to California during which I experienced the greatest kindness and courtesy trom the officials of the Chesapeake and Ohio Steamship Company and Railway Company by which lines I traveled Should you have an opportunity at any time of expressing my thanks to them I shall esteem it a great favor During my travels through the United States I have passed through much beautiful scenery but nowhere have I seen anything which in my opinion is more lovely than that of Virginia and West Virginia through which the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway runs and I cannot help feeling that if its beauties were better known on this side of the water many travelers who now go by other routes would go by this instead One other thing I should like to add and that is that out of all the excellently equipped trains in which it has been my pleasure to travel whilst in the States the hest was undoubtedly the F FV of the Chesapeake and Ohio line With kind regards Yours very truly James W Boughton Cincinnati Commercial Gazette Â¬ Â¬ Which we mail to any address postpaid for 2 Call and inspect our new line of STERLING SILVER NOVELTIES And articles suitable for wedding presents choice decorated china plates cups bowls and toilet sets at remarkably low prices Co Sam D Johnson 45 it W H Nelson who is in the drug Apr 14 31U has so business at Kingviile Mo much confidence in Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy THIS NEW P P V LIMITED that he warrants every bottle ana offers to refund the money to any Cliunge in Schedule customer who is not satisfied after Important C or the Os Pet Train using it Mr Nelson takes no risk in doing this because the remedy is a Commencing Sunday May 13th certain cure for the diseases for which it is intended and he knows it It is the F F V Limited will leave for sale by Phil Carpenter the Cincinnati dailv at 1220 noon South Side Druggist arriving at Washington at 740 a m Baltimore 900 a m Phila- Â¬ Fine Decorated China delphia 1120 a m and New We offer a consignment of York 140 p m The train will Â¬ LeCompte Gayle Go South Side CO A s JACOB SWIGERT ON MAIN STEET TO Have Removed From the Batzell Building 101 AND 102 ANN STREET BaserrTEnt nf the Capital Hotel BSHThey will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a Chlnu Silks 250 yards Polka Dot China Silks for waists at 40 cents per yard worth 60 cents Sam D Johnson Co 45 it Millinery All our choice stock of hats flowers and trimmings at cost 45 July ir 1894 A IMr Crowd Expected it Sam D Johnson Co la HW WU mi su The Y M I picnic which will be given at Thorn Hill Park on Wednesday next has been exten sively advertised and if all signs do not fail there is sure to be a big crowd out and everyone will have a pleasant time as the com- Â¬ mittee in charge have so arranged the programme that there will be amusement for young and old alike The fun will be kept up all If day and until late at night you have not purchased your ticket do so at once Â¬ Black Wool Dress Goods We are making1 specially low prices on all of oifr black suitings 45 it Sam D Johnson Co Mattings at Cost To close out stock before going East we will sell our fine line of mattings at cost Sm D Johnson Co 45 it Kxcuisioii to Old Point Com fort Â¬ It Ivor liJvcurslon from excursion party will make a trip on the Versailles river Tuesday evening next from Clifton to this city and return They will leave Clifton at 8 oclock and reach this city about 1030 Returning they expect to reach Clifton at one All m Blood Will Toll r w According to tho condition of it If in bad order it shows itself in pim Â¬ ples sallow complexion and various erruptions of the skin If in good High Bridge Camp Meeting order it shows in the cloar complex- Â¬ ion the glow of health the good July 20th to 30th the Midland spirits The latter condition you can produce by the use of Dr Halos Railway will sell tickets to the Household Tea tho great blood puri Â¬ High Bridge at one fare for the fier and nerve tonic 25o and 50c a package at P H OAitPKNTEUsdrug round trip on account of the Camp On Thursday July 19 1894 the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway will run a low rate excursion from Lexington ICy and vicinity to Old Point Comfort Va leaving Lexington at 7 p m arriving at Old Point next afternoon Only Si 3 will be charged for the round trip and tickets will be good to return if used on or before August Stop overs will be al5 th 1895 lowed at any station on return trip Passengers may have choice of routes returning either via Lynch burg and Natural Bridge or via Charlottsville and Staunton For Sleeping Car space or any information write the undersigned Gfo W Baknev DPA Â¬ Â¬ store e Meeting consist of Composite Car Elegant Day Coach with Smoking Com- Â¬ partment Dining Car Pullman Sleeping Cars of the latest and most improved design and an Observation Car Emphasis is especially placed on the ObservaBuilt by the Pullman tion Car Company from Chesapeake and Ohio plans the F F V Obser vation Cars serve their purpose better than any others that have ever been constructed As the F F V Limited is the only train having an Observation Car attached it necessarily follows that the Chesapeake and Ohio Ry alone has scenery interesting enough to demand an Observation Car The F F V Limited is the only train running through from Cincinnati to New York that enables the business men to transact business in Cincinnati one day It is and New York the next for Jersey City Coast the only train resorts which are reached by the F F V at dinner time instead of in the evening It is the only train that enables business men to transact business in Cincinnati one day and reach Washington for breakfast the next morning It is the most desirable train for New England resorts connections being made in the Union Depot in with the Colonial Washington running through to Boston Express which reaches New Haven 410 p New London 530 p m m Providence 715 p m and Boston The F F V is the S30 p m only modern train lighted through out with Electricity carrying a Dining Car and an Observation Car The Washington and Atlantic Express also an Electric Lighted Vestibuled train will leave Cincin Â¬ nati at 700 p m reaching Wash ington 240 p m and Old Point Connection Comfort 600 p m is made at Washington with the Boston Express or the Limited reaching New York nbout 900 pm At Norfolk connection is made with the Old Dominion reaching New Steamship Line York 300 p m the next day Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ short time THE BIG FOUR ROUTE Has the IJoht Terminal Fucilt ties nt Chicago All trains enter Chicago 011 the Illi Â¬ nois Central tracks along six miles of the Lake Front through tho most picturesque portion of the city and land passengers in the magnificent New Central Station on Twelfth street and Lake Front This station is con- Â¬ venient to the Auditorium Richelieu Victoria and Leland Hotels and with Â¬ in two blocks of the State and Wabash Street Cable Lines and the South Side Elevated Railway Convenient stops are also made at Hyde Park Thirty Ninth street and Twenty Second street Stations Magnificent Vestibuled Trains Parlor Cars Wagner Sleeping Cars Private Compartment Bullet Sleeping Cars and Superb Dining Oars No transfer across Cincinnati to make Â¬ Â¬ i On to Washington the only Three years ago authentic map of the Virginia battlefields was prepared in the War Department for the peake Chesa- Â¬ Ohio Railway Co It can with safety be asserted that it is the most interesting map published and so great was the de- Â¬ mand for the first edition that 100000 were soon absorbed but it has been re issued for the occasion of the K of P Encampment at Washington in August and will be mailed free after June 1st upon application to C B Ryan Assistant General Passenger Agent C O Ry Cincinnati O In connection with the map is also a deconnections scription of the grand and varied Your ticket should read via the Big scenery of the Virginias and the Four Route to enjoy these privileges E OMcCormick Pass Traffic Mgr delightful Mountain and Sea Shore D B Martin Genl Pass Tkt Agt Resorts along the C O as well Big Four Route Cincinnati O as a sketch of the battlefields Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ j m m The Quern anil Crescent lioutc I The line nessee and Alabama passes near the famous battle fields at Mill Springs Mission Ridge Chickamauga and Lookout Mountain They are surrounded by charming summer resting places at Burnside High Bridge Cumberland Falls Rugbv Rhea Springs Lookout Moun- Â¬ tain Springville Alabama and other Invites inquiries in regard to Sum rake and stacker mr Rpnnrl B nn u linfi in fchfl nifitnr- Â¬- Cromwell esque mountains of Kentucky Ten For Sale A combination hay Apply to vVm 37 tf CONSUMPTION averted or If too late to It it is often cured and always relieved by Is points Low Â¬ quiet mountain homes railroad -- Perfect rates -- - Charming rest and avert Â¬ We invite correspondence cheer Â¬ fully giving the information desired for the purpose of having you arrange to spend your summer recreation on our line W C Rinkahson G P A Cincinnati Ohio Scotts Emulsion the Cream of Cod liver Oil Cures Coughs Colds and Weak Lungs Physicians the world over endorse It Dont be deceived Ptepttad far 3 H lJuckleus Am leu Salve The best Balve in tho world for Outs Bruises Soros Ulcers Salt Rheum Fever Soros Totter Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns and all Skin Erup tions and positively cures Piles or no pay required It is guaranteed to Â¬ give satisfaction cents per box Phil Oakpentkk Price 25 or money rofunded For sale by 8 by Substitutes All ly Scott Jt liown NY Urufiit 4 MgataMMttriHlMUtiHi Sterling T ixro Buttons Hair Pins velties Belt Buckles Hat Pins Waist Pins Which I am offering at never heard of prices SPSCIALiTT Â¬ have just placed on sale a new invoice of W PI1TB L WATCH 14 WORE COPPERSMITH A AwIfcTXD -- STOTTIR T AuIDE X2T IEZAW J EWELER XjI3fcT3B IS SOLICITED FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Entered at tjje post office at FrnnkfortKentucky as second class mailable matter GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT JULY 18i4 Becoming Frequent There seems to be an epidemic of sprained ankles in the city at present Mr W C Lutkemeier was the Broadway merchant coming down from the loft of his stable Sunday afternoon when a step broke under him letting him fall and spraining his right ankle Mrs S T Fortune was so unfortu- nate a week or so ago as to fall at her home on Main street South Side and sprain her ankle and Mrs George A Lewis became frightened while riding in a surrey at several weeks ago Eminence jumped out and sprained her left ankle All of these are now walk- Â¬ ing on crutches Â¬ I Suicide Lizzie Butler a colored girl well known upon the streets of this city went into Henry uembertons street Washington place on a glass Sunday night procured of beer and it is supposed poured an over dose of morphine into it and drank it off The drug took effect in a short Barret H lb Llndsey time and although efforts were Hall 2b Earle c made to relieve her she died Mon- Pepper pW 8b Llndsey ttlntersmlth ss day morning at 6 oclock Mercatmt tf Â¬ Â¬ could be placed on them than on a profession After the meeting cf those inal battery picked up for the occa terested in Base Ball at Mr L B sion even though the litter did Marshalls office Saturday night come from the big league Mr Ben Marshall was sent to The following score is clipped Louisville to secure the loan ol a from the Lexington Transcript battery from the Louisville Club Lkximjtov h In pi a k until our ortranizition could be Wallace is l i pe lected and when on Monday Johnson2b sb wentz l l morning it wasannounced that Pep- - Scott lb c ii Moufort i Conover rf rf 0 per and Earle would be our battery Boswell if u against Lexington in the afternoon Medley if cr 0 insen high hopes of victory were enter Tot lis ak it Id po ror the hrst hve innings frankfuht tained 1 i 1 2 5 i r iiBdnet y 8b oi tne game uiese nupes scciiicu Ltwis II lb u 4 1 11X11 iU justified as although Pepper was unaey w c u 1 0 s0 1 being hit very freely Conover hid Mrcn mtit WW 1 00 i fcHVIIKO If been knocked out of the box VmiiiHreer p Kersey cf beginning The score at the 7 Totals 8 27 11 4 of the visitors half of the fifth llllinilig t 2 It I 5 Ii 7 T inning va six to four in mm Lexingtons l ui 1 7 0 000 favor but by four hits in rapid Fra krurs Hit succession assisted by a couple of Two lbo Tlirep Berry Barret Vanl veer Hull Moit Bitnelllio rinaiiKUJohiisoii MiuImmit 7 to 6 Struck Oult Uudrcy Suimxo errors the visitors mad tTprMV V innrvriur ilhwn fliiiMin Tnhrwmi Hum Double SwiiiiK in their favor When the sixth Pcott IIStolen Himnri WitlluceWcntx Mnnlfnit J II iImv RIis -conover Kit Monrort opened Bradlev went in the box 2 Umpire Mi Hirivir pisei BiiM Lexington J ue Bail cni Lew Drown of tli for Lexington and only allowed three hits during the remainder Phe Louisville League Club has Had 1epper also of the game loaned pitcher I nner 10 the been relieved by Merchant or Van- - Ind Cub for lhe hlUnce Derveer at this time the result ii t vu ir t ii lie uut i iiih iilii iiic might have been different but the better ball at the Hoosier capital former was aliowed to pitch the than he did here on Moo lay the game out and the final score was Louisvilles will want to trade as follows him off for a yellow dog and then ab k 1b in PO A Frankfort kill the pup 0 0 0 0 4 rf Â¬ Â¬ Base Ball that more dependence GASOLINE STOVES - t 1012 1 1 MJtmTt jninp iff tMuacauatfHijaBaaiaaBuujiSaEia 1 1 1 SHERI3fiisSfflKli I I XDo 37-o-u- r Oool2irigr 1 1 1 11 1 1 11120 H U 11 11 11 1 11 1 1 11 11 mr HIM IHHnr HI J iJ mmmfmW 7rmmi9L riLif IYijHbEP9 hQh lArinMBuDi sHwl ii JL jMWjTii WMftMllnmwRr ft 0 ut ansr X3Leat EanarcrirarariaKarnEarsariarnrEi - m m mm m sx w nm tmTfHmmev ilsBE5ffo P Yn 1 I i 1 11 11 11 IFOS TBT5 -A- 1 IE S-A-Ij- ZB3T - I -lTT j -- cin THE BEST IS AVOID IMITATIONS OP AND SUBSTI- Â¬ TUTES FOR STZKZEJIEJI AYE THE CHEAPEST Decl6 ly SAPOLIO TOBACCO M t ir 1 0 3 5 1 1 0 1 I 1 10 6 1 II II 4 1 2 i 0 1 Shi lbyville and Frankfort will 3 3 1 0 0 0 0 1 II 2 1 1 6 U 0 8 8 U meet at the park this afternoon at KENTUCKY VanDerveer If Totals LKXIKflTON 2 4 0 1 I 8 21 0 18 0 330 oclock Hows Thin We oflei- One Hundred Dollars Re vritrd for uiy oane of Catarrh that cm not be 1iired by taking Halls - i Going to Leave Us Â¬ 10 AB 6 R 2 Gov J Proctor Knott will re Wallace ss Johnson 3b If move to Danville in the fall where Bradley 2b p Wentz is a professor in the Law Depart Scott lb he irnin He Will Bosnell rf If ment of Centre College Cnnovor however retain his law business Jagenef here and come back to the city oc Totals WlntersmlHi casionally to look after the same 11 4 4 5 110 2 1 In 2 1 U Id 2 2 1 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 i 1 5 r 3 4 4 89 5 2 2 1 2 2 u 0 0 0 a 0 6 10 I 0 II 0 2 0 II 10 13 2 1 Catarrh Ohio lfCHHNKYfJo Props Toledo O Wo the undersigned have known F J Cliquey for the last 15 years and nil biiHinesH I a 41 10 out for being 1 1 2 12 20 0 hit by batted ball- - More Convenient New wheels have been placed under the new electric car No 4 and it is now running regularly so that cars pass a given point more frequently and render more more efficient service to the pub- lie Innings Frankfort Lexington 2 1 II 3 1 45C789T b 0 3 0 II U U I x 10 1 0 H II 1 transactions and finan cially able to carry out any obliga- tiona mads by the Inn Â¬ believe h m perfectly UTuot honorable in Earned RunsFrinkforts 1 Lexingtons 3 Two Base Hits H Llndsey Wentz Monfort Three Base Hits Johnson 2 Stolen Bases Barret 2 Hall Pepper Van- Â¬ Postponed The dedication Baptist Church at which was to hive the 5th of August of Derveer Conover Double Pluys Hall to 11 Llndsey Wallace to Wentz to Scott Base on Balls OfT Conover 0 off Pepper 3 Struck Out By Pepper 1 by Conover 1 Hit by Pitcher Hall Pepper Time of Game 2 hours Umpire -- Berrv of Louisville Marvin Whole- Druggists Toledo Ohio Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter- nnllv nfitliio- dirirtlv iinpfl tho blood and mucous surfaces oi tho system Sold by all Price 75c per bottle Hale - JiU0yn Walding Klnnan vv w Triinv lui X Whnlnualii HriUTtriafa - -- BB wv 1 G L HHNNEN CrO TO- - druggists 1 1 -9 4 THE TABLES TURNED the new It was originally the intention of North Benson taken place on the managers to have Pepper and has been post- Earle play in both games with the poned until the first Sunday in Lexingtons but as they so signally failed to come up to expectations October in the first game they weie allow- Â¬ lee Cream Supper ed to return to Louisville the same The ladies of the Baptist Church evening and it was decided to see will give an ice cream supper in wnat our nome oauerv coma uo entheir Chapel on Thursday evening Only a few If you want to thusiasts accompanied the team to next July 19th aid a worthy object be sure to at- Lexington and when shortly after 6 oclock it became known that the tend second game played in that city Broke a Rod Tuesday had resulted in a victory The eccentric rod of the engine for our boys the astonishment and at the power house of the electric joy among the devotees of the railway broke early Tuesday morn game were about equal although ing which prevented the line from the best judges had declared that being operated for several hours the team as arranged was stronger if anything than it was Monday Meets With Mt Carinel Frank Barret at third accepted a The Franklin Baptist Associa- number of hard chances without tion will meet this year with the an error and the fielding and batMt Carmel Church at Polsgrove ting of Berry were excellent Van- Â¬ this county on Wednesday and Derveer and Lindsey did good Thursday August 22d and 23d work on the points and showed Â¬ dyed-in-the-wool Â¬ have ton iniiy icingerators and must sell tlxm n niik o if you room for oilier goods refrigerator now is the need a time to gel the I esi at coht for cash IC Powek 44 tf -- JOHN DRISCOLL xla i Do Von Take A Vacation youll be Interoptpd In the If handsome Mimnier tourist book of Send the Queen Orescent Route 4 cents in stamps to W O Rineak son G P A Uinolnnati O and get a copy Fon Sale ok Rent My dwelling- house on Ann street J T Buckley tf so LIQUOft MMCHMT For absolutely pure Whiskies Wines Bran Â¬ dies Four-year-ol- d cs for medicinal and family use Anderson Co Whisky 2 per gallon Older goods at the same low rate f Awarded Highest Honors 23S Broadway J1a Opposite Capitol Square vr Worlds Fair 2C6m Â¬ Mm CREAM W HALL McKEE HARDIE 8 OLD STAND FRANKFORT Now is the time to plant KY BAKING j Â¬ Â¬ P0WDIR MOST PERFECT MADE A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Free from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD LANDRETH On hand and will We have a new and complete stockjjof 1 ask you to give us a call S W MoKEEiHAllDJE Inn 21 C L GAYLE It KrJ uu rTi rid We figure a little profit on any one sale and so are always busy and WE MAKE A GREAT ml MANY SALES and in this way we have sold one or more vehicles to every family in this section gjj of the country These families have found out just as everybody else lias that there is ONLY ONE H PLACE IN FKANKFORT where you can buy all KINDS VEHICLES and only those made in 13 II Frankfort br hand work and home capital and labor I rn ltj B I VEHICLES IS 21 Uil HARNESS AND SADDLES LAP COVERS AND WHIPS Cheaper than you ever bought them Come to us for faa c en OQ Bin est cm nil ran fclJ GET en en ran BINDERS MOWERS BINDER TWINE AND MACHINE OIL r E3 - rff n THE KENTUCKY Artvp Used JULY 14 1894 BUGGY DR HARNESS KELLEY WORKS ca Eji FJTt FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT 15 E Letters tit Frankfort Kentucky W I 1M - Killed in Indiana Thomas formerly rf this city but recently of Anderson Indiana was dead was the startling intelligence which passed from one to another on our streets Thursday morning The sad news had come by telegraph to Rev George Darsie only a few minutes before and when imparted to Mr Thomrs mother and sisters their grief was heart rending No particulars were given in the dispatch but the afternoon papers brought the information that he was killed at Brighton Beach three miles north of IndianapoRs by a man named Winifred K The remains arrived h re Smith yesterday at noon over the Kentucky Midland and the funeral will take pl ice this morning at 8 oclock from the residence of Mrs Thomas on Washington street Mr Thomas was the youngest and Mrs son ol tiie late L Ellen M Thomas of this city and was botn and raised heie Several years ago he removed to Anderson Indiana and engaged in the business of manufacturing wire nails which was prospering and there was a bright future beAbout a year ago he fore him was united in marriage to a young lady of Muncie Indiana who is left a widow by his death The sad end of this young man has created a profound sensation in this city and there is a universal expression of sympathy for his afflicted family m That Mr Western H Â¬ Below will be found a list of adver- Â¬ OF CINCINNATI O will be attne tised letters for the week ending July 14 1894 Phillips Mrs Carter Mrs IN LEXINOTON KY Lavenia Annie Dawson Merritt Russell Mrs Saturday July 21 1894 Lem Duflleld Al Saturday August 4 1894 Estel John Rhodes Sara L Gilmour John Saturday August 18 1894 liriRsby Mrs M Stamper Martha HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without surglca Summers James operation and with little or no pain Hockensmith Smith A D Miss Sallie Shuck Elsie REEERENCES Stone Miss Mary Juett Albert W McKee Hardle Frankfort Ky Kean W S Turner Lizzie J - Scott Frankfort Ky Anthony Leach Frankfort Ky Lillard Joe Tyler Miss Ella J T Staten Frankfort Ky Weghtman P A V Berberlch Frankfort Ky When calling for these letters say Rev L P Hulett Benson Ky A H McClure Frankfort Ky S B Holmes P M advertised tf J Hughes Frankfort Ky YOU WANT TO GKE3T IILST O0ST phoeitis hotel THIS OFFER Our inventory disclosing too much UPHOLSTERED FURNITURE We will until further notice offer at Every piece of Upholstered Furniture in our stock consisting of Parlor c Come while Suits Rockers Easy Chairs Sofas the assortment is unbroken Â¬ A- Xeurlii the Grave JasM David Moore Benson Ky Wlthrow Frankfort Ky fa r T IsJ K fcr 1 Â¬ In old iige liillnnltles and weakness hasten to close the gup between ts and the rae Happily scientific research and pliarmacal skill have allied themselves In furnishing us a reliable means of ameliorating the ailments Incident to declining years and of renewing waning physical energy Its name is Hos tetttrs Stomuch Winters a widely comprehen- Â¬ sive remedy In disease and an Inestimable blessing to the elderly the feeble and the R hematic ullm en Is trouble with ronvalescen the kidneys and lumbago are among the more ommon ailments or the uee Thee are effect u illy counteracted by the bitters which is like- Â¬ wise n prevention an1 curative or malarial com pl tints dyspepsia constipation and biliousness H Is highly promotive of appetite sleep and tbe acquisition of vigor Indigestion DAYS iMmplilets describing these diseases and the mode of treatment sent free to anyone W I KKLLEYMD by addressing 259 vr Eight St Cincinnati O JONSULTATION FREE I R JUGATE Formerly of Wnkefleld A Clioate OR KKILEYS ofllceand residence Is at 269 West Eighth street Ctiifliinuil and where be may be found every day of each week except SATUR Â¬ REDUCED PRIGE8 R ROGERS greatly H FINNELL SON cici HH PLAHIUG MILL AND i All dealers keep it 81 per nottlo ienulnehne trade mark anil crossed red lines on wrapper FOR DYSPEPSIA and Stomach disorders take HKOWJSS IRON BITTEHS HOGSHEAD Congletoii Bros I am FACTORY urt Advertise no baits business methods PURCHASED THE PLANIXti MILL HAVINti tobacco hogshead racUiry of Messrs We believe in plain they are misleading to iive each and every patron equal value ra m 6JCCL HE ul Villi KS workmen prepared to furnish 1 Krj SHINGLES DOORS TURNED SASH BLINDS WORK ftTAlR WORK FRAMES NI UL K1NU30F You think that is the proper way for an honest reliable mer- - gj wnat lasunti aavatuace can a cieaier attain wno lutoic- - rki ually deceives rzn cn kz cnam VLli DONT - 1 ma ma Finish For a House ns well as tobacco hogsheads Factory one and a half blocks from Post Office on river front A share of public patronage Is solicited en k LrJ Â¬ Oa Us that we handle the finest grades of jjood reliable Men grj j Women and Childrens Shoes and we alvavs aim to be the BELIEVE IN Hats Caps School Books c lepalutlng old vehicles MAKE WK facturiiiK to bst material and Special A order Our mle Is use only employ none but the best attention given repairs and SPECIALTY OF MANU CHOATE Sept 2 FINNELL OF THE lowest in prices CM lv ma Factory Lewis St Near the River April 14 QUARTERLY REPORT ma if SPEND Youn oitti- - E- - IAKJX on tiiu giikat Â¬ Deposit Bank of FranRrort At Close of Business Hurt at the Furniture Factory John Noske an employe at the furniture factory of Messrs Ed Co got his left hand Gaines caught in the grooving machine at that establishment on Thursday and had the thumb and two first fingers so badly injured that one or all of them will likely have to be amputated Unbuilding Mr H R Williams has comlivery his menced rebuilding which stable on Second street was destroyed by fire several weeks ago Â¬ Shot IJhnseir W Visit picturesque Mtickhuie Islund It will only cast vou about 1250 from Detroit lfi fromTolcdo 18 from Cleveland for tlio round trip including meals and berths Avoid the heat and dust by travel ing oq the I f flouting palaces The attractions of a trip to tlio Mackinac region are tumtirpiissed The island itelf is a grand romantic itpot its elitnate mott in Two new steel passenger vigorating steamers have just been built for tho upper lake route costing 300000 each Thoy arc equipped with every modern convenience annunciators hath rooms etoilhuninnted throughout by electricity and are guaranteed to bo the grandest largest anil safest steamers on fresh water These steamers favorably compare with tho great ocean liners in construction and Pour tiips per week between speed Toledo Detroit Alpena 31ackinae tit Ignace Peloskey Chicago Soo Mar quette and Ditluth Daily between Clove laud and Detroit Daily between Cleve land nnd Ittl in Hay Iho cabins parlors and Hfuteiooins of these steamers aie de Â¬ signed for tho complete entertainment of humunity under homo conditions the pal- Â¬ atial equipment the hiMiry of the ap pointments makes traveling on these steamers thoroughly enjoyable Send for illustrated dcsciiptnu pamphlet Address A A8CIUNTZ O P C TA D Detroit 2Ilch Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Loans and Discounts overdralts secured Due Iront National Banks Due from itate Banks and BanKers JXJNB3 IS 1B84 ASSETS 12tUl a2 lObS 47 cl c 90 77 316 1J Are too frequently resorted to by some but we maintain our m test of 30 years with gg old honest methods that have stood you and are here still DECEPTIONS te au rsi LJJ 235 J ijej G7U 711 Other Real Fatate Specie rt Cunency Exchanges tor Clearings 812 78 J152G76 111224 00 1067 01 21 807 77 1472 yo JUU IH tsj en rrd R Furultuie and Fixtures Current EMienses Protest Law Expense I oa VJ na McGLURE SON i - The Old Reliable Shoe Dealers zwn 13 0i 2f3 45 261063 71 rarirnrirtEarinarrtinrviriEri LJLJliULJLJuJuJLatjiiiLfJLJLj rrnrcnr innnapgiarinrjcaRaRnitfU LJLJliLJLJLULJtai2rJLJL2tJLU Capital Hock paid In In cash IIAlttlITIlS 1M10 CZ Surplus Fund Undivided Irotlts BanUerH 77400 00 Ht478 01 H5 7 Wl 117313 44 w Due Depositors Due Hate Banks and 17 n W tti Hills He discounted Unpaid Dividends Fund to pa taxes 1310 12 8000 00 270 00 l 751 IVS 281003 71 Â¬ Sixth or KihruihY 1 109 23 90 WHAT DOES IT MEAN fOUNrVOFFlUSKUS 11 11 i While carelessly handling a pistol Thursday Si Pitman of color who lives in Church alley put a bullet in his left side inflicting a painful flesh wound Dr Prices Cream BaKing powaer Worlds Fair Highest Medal and Diploma Â¬ Milos Norvo and Livor PillB J WGayles Frankfort Ky Acton a new principle roguhitin tho liver stomach and bowels thoug Dr tho nerves A new discovery Miles Pills speedily cure biliousness bad tasto torpid liver piloH constipa- Â¬ tion Splondm for mon women and children Smallost mildest surest 50 doses for 25 cents Samples free at 45 Fiunkfort Ky a Bank located and doing tubl ness at No 220 St flair stieet In the clt or Frtmkroit In sulil cuuiity Mwi dulj sworn sas that the foregoing Mpport Is In all resncci a tine statement of the condition of the Anld Bank atttie c1om of Im iiUss on tlio lfcth da or June 1801 to the best of his knowledge and belief and further says thut tho biishif ss or all Bank has been tiansacted at the location iiuiuod and not else Â¬ where and tnut tlio above report li made In com pliance with an olllcal notice receUetl from the SecretHM of State riesltfiiitlUK the 16th day of lune IK I as the da on which such report shall Â¬ WitsonCtslilerof lposlt 11 ink ol It mem thit thoQiiffn anil Crurfut Itnnt l IT mllti ihortrtt tutwuu Cincinnati nnj Leilnftoni Muiilei iliurtist Cincinnati to lllr liilnalminl il lnlUH iluirteit Clnclcmitl tu New Orlrtnil Kj tultv hurtoti Oloclunutl to UhuttauuugaAUuuta or JackuiivlUt HorlJ SOLiD VESTIBULED TRAINS tftHsen all of theahnve poind Through Oara to Vlcktrorr an4 5hreT Iurt Onljr Iniu ruunlng through mia Clnclnintl tu Knoxville and Aihetlllo X C Dlreit lino tu Tejiu ami Moxiin vU New Orleans or la ShmeiHrt Aik aenti alniuttunni to California lrom LmiliTille Miflljlo ninl L rrnrthnrir illrct t unneutlua ii inoJo ut Luduguia ith wtilmluil tralui to ull lmluti buiitR W O be made H B H WATSON llKNIIHlCK ly Directors Milam S L ToiuN Subscribed and sworn to before me by II Watbon tbe 20th day of June IbJI U Kkknon Notary Iublle JBUtOlll Cashier II Qentlutsr ItlNKAltSON Agent Chmnnatl O QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE ktojkJi WWSffJiBrlH 5laJiT3i1SMteji l TO Vehicles and Harness 3E5E1IDXJGEIour entire stock of the next 30 days We will i3-LCCJ-KL i for offer Stationary jindJump Our vehicles c made by the following Seat Surreys Light Road Wagons Spring Wagons Standard Manufacturers Columbian Buggy Co EL EL Babcock Co Troy Carriage C Woodhull Sayres Co Troy Buggy Works Lideigh Carriage Co W Scoveli and Overman Carriage Co HiiilliiililSihiiY Ml COSTCut Under consist of Carriages Buggies ft l T nt t m i iTfi H n m Mll rt li FTiYiifi i n s 1 1 OUR STOCK OF HARNESS Consists of Heavy Coupe Track Brake and Buggy Harness all hand made Call and examine our stock early if you want a bargain - BROTHERS MASTIN RELIGIOUS Baptist Church -- Rev W C Tay lor the pastor preaches at 11 a m to morrow No services at night Sunday school in the Chapel at 930 am Â¬ lift m Catholic Church Rev Father E J Donley will conduct the ser Â¬ Â¬ vices at Church of the Good Shepherd to morrow Low mass at 6 a m High mass at 10 a m Benediction after first mass no preaching but the Lords supper will be observed at 1030 immediately lifter the close of the Sunday school -- Christian Church There will be Episcopal Church The morning Horvice to morrow will be by Rev R L McCready conducted the rector No service at night Rev Mr Lindsey will occupy the pul No pit to morrow at 11 oclock First Presbyterian Church Jones agent to buy the property for 120000 Dr Pope submit- Â¬ ted the offer by telegraph to Jones who accepted tne terms Subsequently a conmentioned tract in writing was drawn up at however which Louisville differed with the contract com- Â¬ prinmunicated by telegraph cipally in that a commission was provided for John A Stratton Co the real estate agents Jones then refused to deliver a deed to the property and subsequently sold it to Messrs Crutcher Kleinhans Simonsons Starks suit for breach of contract followed Starks will Messrs Crutcher tear down the old building and erect a handsome new structure in its place in a short time Â¬ of typhoid fever and now a bright blue eyed little girl is dangerously ill with diphtheria just across the street from where foul gases are continually issuing from the mouth Diphtheria s of this sewer known to be one of the most fatal as well as most contagious of diseases to which children are subject and within the distance Jof a block east and west from the e point named there are fully seems It children livincr to us prompt action should at once be taken to abate this nuis- Â¬ ance before this dreadful disease begins to spread and the lives of all the little ones in that section of the city be endangered Â¬ Â¬ twen-tv-fiv- L B MARSHALL W A GAINES L 6 MARSHALL CO Real Estate and Insurance Ags Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a share of the insurance patronage Real estate bought sold or leased A good line of both city and country property for sale at all times I OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET FOR SALE mWO F1UME COTTAGES OF FOUR ROOMS 1 oich on Taylor avenue This Is good Droperty and will lie sold on easy payments to tb right party If you are Interested come quick Life Insurance bought and sold and loans negotiated FOR RENT TWO STORY FRAME RESIDENCE OF seven rooms with large grounds on Murray street South Side service at night Increased 100000 Senators Lindsay and Black- Church Rev H G i burn have succeeded in getting Methodist Henderson will preach to morrow morning at 11 oclock No service the appropriation for the imKentucky of the provement at night Sunday school meets at 930 a m river in the River and Harbor from Siooooo to Southern Presbyterian Church bill increased 200000 and the bill has been Rev D Clay Lilly the pastor to morrow reported to the Senate with the will occupy his pulpit morning at 11 oclock but there will increased amount in it The Sena- Â¬ be no evening service tors will doubtless have no trou- Â¬ Sunday Hchool at 930 ble in making the amendment Meeting will be held to- stick in the bill until it goes back The Union morrow night at 8 oclock in the to the House where Gov Mc- Christian Church and Rev D Clay Creary and Col Al Berry will Lilly will preach the sermon With this increased see after it rOX THE SUIT amount lock and dam No 7 should be gotten well under way Sturkh liv- Messrs Cru teller this season come tli PnrcliasM of Â¬ Â¬ 52E FOR SALE TWO Is A verj valuable property STORY FRAME RES1 PENCE OF GROOMS Lewis htreet with lot 63 by 106 feet Tills FOR SALE Frankfort on u good which there Is a brick resi Â¬ road G rooms a tenement of four rooms und dence of another necessary Improvements This land Is In u high state of cultivation the Improvements are In flue condition and In order to make a IUIck hale will he offeied at a bargain 210 A FINE FARM OFfrom cated 8 miles upon turnpike 1 O ACRES FINELY Lo- Â¬ FOR J3 ALE stock of goods und a well established profitably trade This Is a line opportunity for a man with capital 0NKOFTHEHK9T consisting of good clean BUSINESS ESTABLISH FOR SALE A FARM OF 253 ACRES Bth the Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bcwels cleanses the system elFectuully OJCE ENJOYS method tiftd results when Â¬ r ft Oak Hall A Urn dor of Disease Â¬ Simon son against Samuel H Jones of Philadelphia and others seeking to enforce a contract for the purchase of the Oak Hall property at the corner of Fouth and Jefferson streets Louisville was decided in the United States Court in that city Tuesday morning by Judge Barr in favor of the defendant Simonson entered in Kleinhans to a contract with Dr Pope The suit of Kleinhans Â¬ Â¬ We called attention to the fact several weeks ago that the imperfectly constructed sewer run ning south on Main street from the intersection of Third South Frankfort would prove a pestilence breeder as it has no traps or catch basins and is scarcely covered with earth in many places At the time we wrote the former item a gentleman in the immediate vicinity was suffering from an attack Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ dispels colds head Â¬ aches and fevers and ciiicb habitual Syrup of Figs is the constipation only remedy of its kiud ever pro Juced pleasing to the tnste and ac WITH 2 RESIDENCES ceptable to the stomach prompt in two und other necoisarv Improvements HOLMES in its action and truly beneficial in its miles from Franuroit This property Is all or EES1DENCE uF 7 ROOMSlotON by 150 feet C7 property has a grass und would iimlie an excellent Dairy effects prepared only from the most iarden farm Is well located und healthy and agreeable substauces its many excellent qualities commend it to all and hove made it the most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and 1 bottles by all leadiug drugFostiu Baiku S H Hoimis Any reliahle druggist who gists may not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any one who ML wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute IvEAl ERS in Fancy Goods Toilet Articles Soaps Perfuinciy Patent Medicines Orders sent promptly to all Sole agents for Willards CouU ltalsam SYRUP CO U CALIFORNIA FIG TELEPHONE RING 44 of the city parts SAN FRANCISCO VAL Â¬ residence of o rooms 2 tenement houses 2 to- Â¬ bacco and stock burns besides all other neces sary Improvements All of the improvements including the fencing on this property are new mWO -- TORY BRICK RESIDENCE OF H ROOMS and in Urst class condition This farm has u 1 his L and 14 acres of land In Bridgeport quantity ot tine tobuccoland und would also make is good property and Is offered utn bargain a tlrst class stock farm It also has a young peach urchaid ot a thousand trees beside other fruit Â¬ FOR SALE Frdiikfoitonagood turnpike road with a 3 MILES FROM FOR SALE FOR SA LE B L MARSHALL CO Â¬ Â¬ IBBrNCriirjU c lime 2 - jflJLtN LOUISVILLE TY NEW YORK NY ly j - r vk J -- liii f Miteuf MXi firth T ir n iiiMmiMuiuMWMi li -- mil fcU J uuiMmiMMmmmimmttmimmittaiamk 10000 Bolts Wall Paper at Greatly Eeduoed Prices Screen Wire Screen Doors and Windows Hardware and Wall Paper Harness Saddles and Collars Sherwin and Williams Paints Lead Oils and Colors Iron and Steele Roofing Bar Iron Plows Barbed and Plain Wire Varnish and Brushes Blacksmiths Material Mill Supplies Sash and Door 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 Salt Rope and Twine of all kinds Binders Twine Fish Hooks and Lines Powder Shot and Shells Shovels and Picks Sewer and Flue Pipe in need of them On the above and hundreds of other articles we are making unusually low prices Do not fail to call when Oor Main and Lewis Streets WOMAN SHOT Maggie Owslev Receives a Bullet From a Pistol in the Hands CE M A COLLINS Exposing for sale R A White tinct offense such game as birds subjects the If party so doing to a like fine any officer is satisfied that any of the provisions of this law have been violated he shall issue a warBEBDDlHI rant for the guilty party and cause any house market house pack- Â¬ age or car to be searched and the party in whose possession the game or birds are found arrested jB Â¬ Opposite the Farmers Bank T J of Conrad Ilertel IK m A woman of the town by the name of Maggie Owsley was shot in the abdomen Tuesday night the ball passing through and lodg- Â¬ ing against the skin of her back inflicting a wound from which she will doubtless die The woman lives in a house on the west side of Wilkinson street near the corner of Mero and it seems that a man whose name she did not know was at her house Sunday night and returned Tuesday night about io oclock He had a pistol and took it from his pocket when some conversation in regard to it took place She asked o see it and as it was a double acting pistol he attempted to half cock it before giving it into her hands to pre- Â¬ vent an accident but in so doing his thumb slipped frm the ham mer and the weapon was discharged the ball striking and wounding her as above stated As soon as the man saw what he had done he ran through the hout e and disappeared on the river bank She described him to the police as best she could and they began Wednesday a search for him afternoon Conrad Hertel a barber in the employ of Mr Alex Szy- manski surrendered to CodstableJ H D Harrod admitting that he He shot the woman accidentally was placed in jail to await an examining trial The woman came to this city from Knoxville Tennessee about five yeais ago and has made this Her real her home ever since name is said to be Maggie Lam- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 38 cts for waist reduced from 50 cts 50 cts for waist reduced from 75 cts waist re Willis In this city on Wed- Â¬ duced from 98 cts forSi 25 for 125 nesday July ioth to Col George waist reduced from 150 L Willis editor of the Capital 45 1 1 Sam D Johnson Co and wife a daughter Martha She was a devout Christian for many years a member of the Pres- Â¬ byterian Church and exhibited in life and conversation the beauties of the religion she professed She had spent the greater portion of her life in this city and county where she had scores of friends and relations who will deeply feel In health she was to her lois neighbors as an angel of mercy her in the hour of their affliction and to her family and friends a kind gentle and tender counselor in time of trouble Her soul purified by suffering has but left its mortal tenement to put on the crown prepared for her in the realms of eternal rest and to the sum- Â¬ mons come up higher she joy fully responded welcoming it as a sweet release from long weary years of untold agony Her maiden name was Wilcox and be- Â¬ ing left an orphan at an early age was raised by the late Captain She leaves beJohn W Russell sides her husband two children Mr John W R Williams and Miss Pattie Williams of this city and two brothers Hon John W and Mr Joseph Wilcox of Cali- Â¬ fornia to mourn her loss The funeral took place from the Southern Presbyterian Church yesterday morning at 10 oclock Â¬ Â¬ Ransdell Wm Gaertner JjPI nn 31 MM 94 HMOBHCHi CREtH RIVER TO 3AC CO WAREHOUSE 4 lMK The Massic Case Continued The Massie case was called be- Â¬ fore Judge Cram special Judge last Thursday and on motion of until the continued defendant October term of court One of the reasons was that Senator Jo WHITE RANSDELL CD Props Blackburn the defendants attorney was unable to attend this term MAIN ST BET NINTH AND TENTH - - LOUISVILLE KY On the following day a motion was MARK YOUR HOGSHEADS GREEN RIVER HOUSE made for reduction of the bail Auction Sales Daily Four Months Returns Promptly Made but Judge Cram refused to reduce Storage Free of Charge it and on Saturday the prisoner was returned to the Frankfort jail J2TVc refer shippers to Deposit Bank Frankfort Farmers and Drovers Shelbyville Bank of Woodford Versailles Citizens National Louisville Jan 20 tf Owen Nnvs Green River Tobacco Warehouse All Fret Those who have UBed Dr Kinds New Discovery know its value and those who have not have the oppor- Â¬ tunity to try it free Call on the adver tised Druggist and get a Trial Bottle Iree Sendyour name and address to H E Bucklen Co- - Chicago and get a sample box of Br Kings New Life Pills Free as well a copy of Guide to Health and Household In All of which ib structor Free guaranteed to do you good and cost nothing at Phil Cahpkntebs Drug 4 Store Â¬ THE ROUNDABOUT Â¬ Closing Sale of Shirt Waists THE PEOPLES PAPER Everybody takes it Everybody reads Subscription Only Birth Stanton weight 8 pounds IJargains in Vehicles bert Deaths Mandhler M George B infant son of Mr and Mrs W G The Game and Bird Law Mandhler died at the home of his parents in this city Monday H The act to protect game and morning aged io months after a small birds passed by the last The funeral took Legislature of Kentucky and now weeks illness in effect makes it unlawful for place Tuesday afternoon from the any person any year to catch Church of the Good Shepherd kill pursue with intent to kill or Roberts Ernest the infant have in possession after being son of Mr E J Roberts of the caugnt or Kiuea sucn game or birds as follows Black or fox Roundabout office died Wednes- squirrels between February 1 and day night at the home of his June 15 wild ducks or geese be parents on High View after an tween April 1 and August 15 illness of about ten days with woodcocks between February diphtheria aged four years The and June 20 quail pheasant or 1 a was bright partridge between January and little fellow November 15 doves between promising boy to whom his fond February and August no song parents were devotedly attached or insectivorous bird uuch as and his untimely death is a great robins larks red cat or blue blow to them His funeral took bird orioles thrush can at any place yesterday at io oclock and time be caught killed pursued with such intent or be in the the remains were intered in the possession ol any person after cemetery oeing caught or killed No per-Â¬ son can at any time catch kill or Mrs Clementine Williams wife of Dr U V Wil- take by means of a net trap box or Williams snare any partridge quail or phea liams died at the family residence sant or have same in possession Wednesday after being so caught killed or on Steele street oclock aged taken No person can rob or de morning about yea is after years of intense stroy birds nests of any kind ex 63 Â¬ pain and suffering having been a cept those of predatory or destruc 1 hose tive nature guilty of of victim of chronic rheumatism fenses before mentioned shall be which diseas had rendered her en fined not less than 5 nor more than 25 for each separate and dis- tirely helpless Â¬ A horse kicked H S Shafer of the Freerayer 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 use Chamberlains Pain Balm which he did and in two days was able to be around 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 cures of rheuma tism For sale by Phil Carpenter the South Side Druggist Â¬ 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 buckboard it order To Michigan 42 3t July 9 Aug 13 and Sept 17 the Kentucky Midland will sell tickets to points in Michigan and return at one fare for the round trip 1 Per Year E0ESALE fNE HOUSE AND LOT D48 SHORT STHEET ay sown jJuiy iwisiue r ntiiKrori SARAH STIVERS -2se Our Job Department Is on of xsacE- - MONON ROUTE TheDirectand Popular Line to tht btit in tnt State and tt arc prepared to tun out on abort notice 1 1 1 CHICAGO And all lomts NORTH and WEST X X X 9-- X X X 3 X Vestibuled Trains Dining Oar Services Palace Chair Cars Pulman Buffet Sleepers And Only First Claiss Accommodations For Further Information Address V X -- Y t A 6 Â¬ A X X Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ SLBryarCM -- W XiSXoXvXtfXtfXriX VOX XXXXXX ttr X G Crush D P LOUISVILLE OR KY o X 1 Â¬ X X X V X X 1 1 Jus Barker G P A Chicago 111 8 J cr CONSOLIDATION Having gained our big suit we are more determined than ever to consolidate Everything has been marked down so low that positively no goods will be charged We must have the CASH Below we quote bargains that should close every dollars worth in the next 30 days CHILDRENS Go at 1 KXKK 0 BOYS BLACK STOCK Â¬ PANTS Agos A o and MENS FANCY SOCKS 124c were 25c ME X S N I I 1 1 T M ENS COTTON MENS SUSPENPEPvS 2h were 50ot INGS 124c were 20c SI U UTS PANTS 10K were ofc SV were 00c and 75c CHILDRENS PANTS 080 KNEE BOYS STOCKINGS BOYS WA I STS MFNS IMC BOSOM ME NS NEGLIGEE SHIRTS FRENCH LAWN AND BOYS SUSPENDERS were oUc ISc were 2e SOX 19c were 30c SHIRTS 75c were 150 MFNS BLACK AND PERCAL 100 were 200 LA Dl ES OXFORDS 10c were 15c MENS CHEVIOT WO RKTNG SHIRTS Mic were 50c MENS BLACK 12 U MENS CHEVIOT AND DOMESTIC SEITRTS BOYS STRAW HATS - GliEY MIXKD SOX -- 31 ffl POINTED TOE were 25c 20c were Hoc MENS TAN SHOES POINTED TOE FOR 4c were 7 Ac 00c WlMfiMW LA I I ES OXFORDS A FEW LARGE SIZES 25c wore 50c ONE JOB LOT BOYS AND LADIES SHOES 200 and 75c were m MENS JEANS PANTS 00c were 150 to 200 OXE BIO LOT MISSES 150 MENS ALL LINEN COLLARS 109weier00 LA D I ONLY FINE SHOES 200 tuul 00c were 250 BOYS LONG LEFT 00c were 100 and 150 CASSI- - ES OXFORDS BARNARDS MAKE Only 249 wore 400 and 500 I LAD MENS 10c were 1c ALL WOOL SUITS 30 DIFFERENT STYLES 15 800 were 1S00 00 1200 Â¬ ES TA N O X- - PANTS 1000 MEXS FINE BOYS FORDS 115 were SUITS ALL WOOL MERE PANTS 150 500 were 200 were B LONG PANTS ALL WOOL SUITS 750 were 1200 and 500 1000 MENS DARK BLUE FANCY WORSTED SUITS 12r0 were 1800 MENS BLACK AND BLUE CHEVIOT SUITS 1000 were 1500 MENS CLAY SHORT CUT SUITS 1500 were 2500 FINE MENS FANCY 00c were D VESTS NEW STYLES 150 MENS WHITE LAWN TIES 3 BOYS LOW CUT TAN SHOES ALL SIZES do for 25c 150 were 2 00 CHILDRENS MNBN PANTS o7 Ac were 50c CELLULOID LARS 10c were 20c COL Â¬ ONE LARGE LOT PATENT LEATHER SHOES HAND SEWED onlv 250 were 400 LADIES MENS II AND SEWED TAN SHOES ONE LOT SLUTS M ENS CHILDRENS ALL LATEST SHAPES onlv 300 were 500 600 were 1000 WOOL SUITS Age 5 to 15 years 200 were 4 and 5 lion Y C ments Owens Appoint Â¬ Dry Zilpah weather in this section every kind of crops need rain Health is not so good at present and many are on the sick list Among the number is Andrew Skelton with fever Luther Moore who has been confined to his bed with fever is able to sit up Edna Moore his sister who has also been confined to her room with fever is some better at this writing Nancy Jane Dowden who has been sick with fever three weeks rx r sv t 1 Tj TjIZ to b acco m a r JvTCT Hon W C Owens candidate for the Democratic nomination as Congressman from this district will address the people of this county at the following places Benson Tuesday July 24th Forks of Elkhorn Wednesday July 25th Peaks Mill Thursday July 26th Bridgeport Friday July 27th Polsgrove Saturday July 28th Speaking at each place will com- Â¬ mence at 2 oclock p m He will also address the people of the city and county at the Court House in this city on Mon day August 6th at 2 p m at present DURKETT FURNISHED BY GLOVER LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Â¬ is no from a mule and seriously injured better Mr James BMoore was thrown lion K vun E Settle Candidate for Congress in the 7th Congressional District will speak at the following times and places Elmville Wednesday July 18th In at 2 oclock p m Mill Monday 2 oclock p m Peaks July 23 7 having two ribs broken Owen Moore of Peytonia was in our community Saturday and Sunday Mrs W H Moore of Defoe visited this community this week Mr J C Deakins and family of Christiansburg visited here last Saturday Miss Lulie Moore attended the picnic at Pleasureville Park on the Sales on our market for the week fgyi just closed amount to 19G1 hhds with We Will Save receipts for the same period of 2764 Your Hair hhds Sales on our market since January 1st amount to 94454 hhds Sales ofthecropof 1893 011 our market to this date amount to 94750 hhds We have had large reeeipts on our market again this week but the offer- Â¬ ings have been decidedly smaller than usual The good to line grades of burley leaf both red and colory remain very lirm at prices fully as nigh as at any time during the year Keep Your but the market has been irregular Quarter and somewhat lower on the common and medium grades of burley The following quotations fairly rep- Â¬ lose Your Hair resent our market for burley to- Â¬ Sold by All bacco 1893 crop Trash dark ordamaged Druggists 2 50flJ 50 tobacco Common Colory trash 4 00 teb 10 THAUKMIKK Medium to good colory Â¬ ow Dandruff Kills The Hair Have You DandruffP Have You a QuarterP Give Us the Quar- - I I a Tne THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY ROUTE 0S JOHN ECHOLS ST JOHN BOYLE f KKOlVfcHH WRR M memnnis Limited ONLY ONK NIGHTS RIDK LOUISVILLE TQ - MEMPHIS ERVICK IS TIIK MOST IKUFKCT 10 1 JU eJI MEMPHIS YICKSBUBG NEW 0KLEANS AND ALL IOINTS South Rate and Southwest by r A Common lugs not colory 4 50 6 50j 8 50 Common Colory lugs Medium to good colory 8 50 10 00 lugs Common to medium leaf 9 00W 12 5C 12 5Qa 16 00 Medium to good leaf 10 00 18 00 Good to fine leaf 18 OtHaj 24 50 Select or wrappery trash 5 OOfr JOST IN QUANTITY BEST IN QUALITY Tickets tind all Information furnished Ticket Agent of any Railway Co It not address W J MoBRIDF iveltng Tr WORMS Puss Agent loiihlFit K T Ueneril Passenger Agent Louisville BLYNOH Ky Why Dont You Stop These words are very familiar to our readers us not a day passes without the report of the sudden death of some prominent citizen The explanation is Heart Disease Therefore beware if you have any of the following symptoms Short JJreath Pain in Side Smothuring Spells Swollen Ankles Asthmatic Breathing Weak and Hungry Spells Tenderness in Shoulder and Arm Fluttering ofi Heart or Irregular Pulse These symptoms mean heart disease The most reliable remedy is Dr Miles New Heart Cure which has saved thousands of lives Book of testimonials freo at J V Gayles who also sells the New Heart Cure Â¬ vermifuge 20 YEARS Has led all WORM Remedies BOTTLE WHITES CREIM FOR L 8c N TIME TABLE A M A M SOUTH l M No 17 No 19 No21No2J 155 212 227 616 G3li G57 Switzer Monday July 23 Fourth Mr J Â¬ EVERY oclock p m Bridgeport Tuesday 2 oclock p m Benson 2 July 24 July 25 Wednesday m oclock p 2 at oclock p m Baileys Mill Friday at 2 oclock p in A A Bald Knob Thursday July 26 July 27 True Friewl Â¬ Â¬ at P H Gakpentrks drugstore friend in need is a friend indeed Avery family should be pre pared to treat scalds biirns bruises wounds cuts Jkc by keeping a box of Dr Holes Household Ulntnent handy No other remedy Rives such quiok relief or exerts so soothing and tionl inc effect For irritated eyelids sore nostrils chapped lips and hands rouijli skin boils felons sores etc nothing equals it Price 25c and 50c c of Bagdad is very sick at this time Miss Hester Moore of this community is the guest of Miss Georgia Moore at Peytona We learn a dfrkulty took place between Leroy Johnson and Lem Lands at Indian Fork Church We think the grand Sunday jury should onsider the case at 1 its next regular term T II Wilburn and family of iiiitur Instruction and Iliiuo Timing Croppers and Jasper Cook and Henry Brady teacher of J family of Christiansburg were the will give lessons in Sax guitar guests of Mrs Margurite Jones tons celebrated method the Sunday Close Obskkvkk latest and most approved Pianos Cow kor Saik A first class tuned and repaired First class milk cow is offered at a bargain references furnished For terms Apply to William Cromwell c apply at 318 Clinton street Black Â¬ W Â¬ GUARANTEED1 SOU BY AtL DICVGGIATS Prrpirrd b rticiuftnsnx medium st iocib - Iv Lexlimton Vnriiullton Midway Spring Station UuKdad Frankfort 9 2o 10 10- 901 017 H4r MmI- TABLERSniI BUCK EYE j I rilllJ CURE MED CO n Ancliorace Ir Louisville Laxutnue Iewee Vul e Knilnence Ileawirevllle 1044 1115 1113 1111 1219 I 901 550 it 017 084 707 788 710 812 P M 2 SIS 650 041 800 888 i49 857 425 448 456 520 P II 72 8 0G 751 818 838 855 9 At 985 NOR Ill A M No 18 No 20 No 22 No 2 1 OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES A I Iv Joulslle Anclioingii Ptwee viille MiuimiKe Knilnuicti Pleamiruvllle 785 811 821 850 1021 1045 1111 1US0 i 8URE and CERTAIN Btiivn 1 HiiKdad BEST REMEDY for PILES 11 known for IS voars as tho Y Kriiilcfoit HuiIiik Nation Mldwnv Ar LeMiiKton 988 949 9ju 042 550 005 085 44H C15 410 481 t20 880 li54 705 80U 78 758 402 410 428 451 5 85 PrcpiredtySregASrCOtT Muy 12 jtt ititirnriTniu Yarnallton 11155 1003 825 805 920 929 940 450 509 CKC 559 021 040 OTlOUia 41 tf 45-tf- - cuted at this office Job work neatly exe Â¬ No 21 will stop nt Anohoruijo and ClirirttiiiiiriburK for jmaHoiitfors for Loxinjton mid points buyoud Noh 17 11 and 21 connect nt Lugranga for Cincinnati Nou 19 and 21 conneot at Anohorasro for Bloomtteld Branch T MyktoK 311 iKBHBHBfftfifffiHBsiR5xS8lWM t lit S