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The GEO A Fbamfort Roumoout A i LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance NO VOL XVII FRANKFORT KY SATURDAY JULY 21 1894 Latest U S Govt Report Cream Flour Ahead 46 Highest of all in Leavening Power mk i Powder thereof Mr Oscar Herancourt of this city guessed the day June 30th and came within one tenth of a degree on one guess and five tenths on another of the exact his guesses being temperature 96 30 and 96 when the thermom- Â¬ Quite a eter registered 96 40 number of persons hit the mark exactly while many others came very near it and the prizes so up offered were divided comes Herancourt that Mr in for S7625 on the second prize and S3 43 on the fifth prize The guesses were given precedence according to the date upon which they came in and as Mr Heran courts guesses were filed on the 23d of June he was well down on the list On tlie Increase ABSOLUTELY PURE - - TWO MEN HURT In a Collision Between the Freight Motor and a Wngon The freight motor of the Capi tal Railway Company was coming up from the O F C Distillery Wednesday afternoon about 5 oclock loaded with whisky and just above the power house met a wagon the horse attached to Â¬ V f W frightened and which became backed the vehicle into the car Messrs Will Fallis and Ben Jack- Â¬ son were upon a high seat in the wagon and both were thrown to the ground by the shock Fallis under lip was cut through his head was cut in two places and he was badly bruised up about the body Jackson who was already lame had his shoulder dislocated and his head was also cut in two places The motor was in charge of Mr Oscar Weaver the electrician for the railroad company who says he was running at a moderate speed and not expecting the horse to scare as he had passed him frequently with a car but as soon as he saw the animal was frightened he shut off the current was in the act of applying the brakes when the collision took place and that the car had nearly passed the wagon when they came together His statement is coroborated by others and no blame can be at- Â¬ tached to him for the accident Both the injured men received peompt medical attention and while their injuries are painful will soon be about again Â¬ In the Cake Contest inaugurated by the Capital Gas and Electric BILLIARDS AND POOL Light Company offering 20 in G gold for the best cake baked on a CHAS G PAYNE Gas Stove the first prize was taken Billiards and Pool rrxaiE- by Mrs W Stape Johnson and the The Club Main Sttcct cake was made of Cream Flour The Finest Tables In tho city Gymnasium and Bowling Alleys attached Considering there was 43 entries for the prize it was a great com- Â¬ CONFECTIONER pliment to Mrs Johnsons ability fOHN R TODD as a cake maker and speaks vol- Â¬ 334 MAIN STREET Manufacturing umes as to the quality of Cream FRANKFORT K Confectioner Flour This flour is made by the St Clair Street Lexington Roller Mills Co which nonip made Candles 41 Nuts and Ice Cream Fruits LAWYERS is owned principally by three and Soda Water in season Clears and Tobacco Near new bridge WM CROMWELL Frankfort men L Hord jr DRUGS Lucas Brodhead and Jos Le Attorney at Law Compte the latter being the W H AVERILL Frankfort Kentucky Secretary and Business Manager Druggist Also Real Estate Agent Will practice In tho Courts of Franklin and the adjoining counties of the company and will also give special attention to the pur Main Street opp City Hall chase and sale of real etate collection of rents A general stock of Drug Fine Stationery a claims and the negotiation of loans A Physician specialty Cigars and Tobacco Prescriptions compounded at nil hours Seldom recommends a proprietary W J CHINN R A great many use our medicine NO W R WILLIAMS CO Household Remedies both in their Attorney at Law families and in their practice Dr Druggists N L Reynolds of Eureka 111 writes Frankfort Kentucky us that he has had occasion to use 314 Main Street Will practice In all State Courts Office second Dr Hales Household Ointment in several cases of burns and thinks it Prescriptions carefully and accurately filled at all floor Custom House He writes he has hours A fine line of Fancy Toilet Articles has few equals NEWSDEALER also used the Dr Hales Household Tea in his own femily and finds it is FLOUR AND FEED so good that he cannot afford to do GUY BARRETT without it It is the great blood pu Â¬ REOCK DONALDSON News Dealer and Positively rifier and nerve tonic Flour Meal Feed and cures dyspepsia constipation bilious Â¬ Bookseller ness etc 25 and 59 cents per pack Country Produce age at P H Carpenters drug store 332 Main Street d Fincel Block South Side Fine StaUonery Periodicals of all kinds Fancy Business and Professional Directory H MATTEEU Fligiaier Â¬ 1 Â¬ There are three new cases of diphtheria this week A little son of Mr John Buttimer on High View and little Genevieve Posey daughter of Mr W H Posey and Katie Reynolds another niece of Dr 0 H Reynolds both in South Frankfort also have it The Buttimer child is very ill but both Katie and Ada Reynolds are re- Â¬ covering and Genevieve Posey is doing well Oysters Fish an I Game In season Pickles and Preserves Choice Goods PAINTERS HRRTSTEIHS M LIVERY MANGAN DARNELL Fine Livery Terms Reasonable 219 Main Street W B BRIDGEFORD The Painter 10 hand St Clair Street Joslali Allens Wife The famous authoress of My Opin ions and Betsy Bobbetts states that she oves her freedom from colds and general good health during the winter season to the use of Dr Hales Household Ointment which she re gards as the greatest medicine of the age Old Dr Hale having been her physician years ago gives her great confidence in all of Dr Hales House Â¬ hold remedies the best in the world Â¬ Â¬ Sill wig S1 n Wall Paper Paints Oils and Glass constantly on How To Save Money Bring house try to credit 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 Sold by PH Carpenter d A Narrow Escape Mr John L Jones was polishing a bolt on a twelve inch emery wheel at the machine shop of Messrs Jones Bros on Monday afternoon when the bolt got caughjt between the wheel which was running at a speed of about 2500 revolutions per minute and the block upon which the machine The wheel burst into a rests half dozen pieces one of them striking- - Mr Jones on the right forearm another upon the leg and a third driving the glass of his spectacles into the side of his nose and left eye lid The forefinger of his right hand was also badly cut by the thread of the bolt it being driven down against his finger when the wheel caught it The bruises Mr Jones received on the arm and leg are very painful but he considers himself fortunate that he escaped with his life A Familiar Figure Gone Henry Penn an old colored blind man who has been a familiar figure on our streets for years died Sunday at his home in Battle He was overcome by foul Alley air in a well some ten years ago and lost his sight from the effects of the same but had learned to get about the city alone and could go most anywhere he wished with- Â¬ out assistance IS A SUCCESS Biler Pose Lawn films Wire Screen Cloiti AND A HUNDRED OF OTHER ITEMS Great Bargains L Hill M P GRAY HARDWARE MERCHANT Mort Got There Mr J Morton Swango of this city won the prize for the pole vaulting at the Athletic Contest given by the Louisville Athletic Club in that city Saturday evening He jumped eight feet eight inches and a half for the prize and then to show what he could do jumped nine feet easily Deitm You can now get a heap of goods for a little money Black 8c Hursey DEALERS IN r v FINE HUPS ami SUES When Traveling Whether on pleasure bent or busi ness take on every trip a bottle of Syrup of Figs as it acts most Â¬ Struck a 33ivy Â¬ A COMPLETE LINE OF In the Masonic Guessing Contest gotten up for the benefit of the Masonic Widows and Orphans Home at Louisville the point being to guess the warmest day between the 24th of June and the 4th of July and the temperature pleasantly and effectually on the kidneys liver and bowels preventing fevers headaches and forms of sickness other For sale in 50c and Si bottles by all lead Â¬ Manufactured by ing druggists the California Fig Syrup Co only Â¬ TROTTING and RUNNING HORSE GOODS HARJSTEIM No 214 St Clair street next door to R K McClure ALWAYS ON HAND mar 10 3 m 232 irnsr eiEEm MMWltfaiHlMiUH W W9W m TITJ- - f luW T tM TO MAKE ROOM FOR ENTIRE DEW FILE STOCK I will for the next 30 days offer everything in my ta CHINA DEPARTMENT rn iZJ cm utj JOHN T PERSONAL Mrs Dan Gorman has returned to her home in Lexington Judge J V Pearce of New Castle was in the city Saturday Mrs W T Reading is visiting her mother at Christiansburg Misb Jessie Coke of Louisville is visiting friends in this city Miss Cora Weaver of Louisville is the guest of Miss D Parker Mr Martin D Hardin of Danville is visiting friends in this city Dr W E Baxter left Thursday for a brief visit to Washington City Mr H B Logsdon spent last week in Nashville Tennessee with friends Miss Annie Crutcher has returned from a visit to friends in Lexington Mr Ferd VanDerveer of Louisville spent Sunday with relatives in this city Prof T M Turner left Thnrsday evening for a visit to relatives in At greatly reduced prices A brand new lot 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 Hon S A Norman returned Wed Â¬ nesday from a trip to Western Ken S BTTOKX iEjT Deaths Â¬ Bacon Mr Edward Bacon an Mrs H Hale and son Master old resident of the city died Tues- Â¬ Theodore returned yesterday from day evening at his home on Mero a visit of several weeks to rela Â¬ tives in Mayfield Mrs Pat McDonald is sojourning at Old Point Comfort and her daughter Miss Jennie left Tuesday to join her at that place Judge W H Sneed and wife were called to Pewee Valley Wednesday by a telegram announcing the serious illness of Miss Fanny Gray Mrs J L Hughes of Jackson Tennessee who has been visiting Mrs H T-- Stanton on Shelby street left Wednesday for her home Mrs Lucy Markham returned Sun day evening from Ashland in a very weak and feeble condition accom- Â¬ panied by her daughter Mrs C B Chinn Mr and Mrs James W Crutcher Mrs O R Crutcher and daughter little Virginia left yesterday for West Baden and French Lick Springs Â¬ tucky FRANKFORT - COLLEGE FOR street Forks of Elkliorn Dr John A Broadus Southern Baptist Theological Seminary of Louisville conducted divine services at Buck Run last Sunday A protracted meeting will begin at Buck Run next Monday night July 23d The pastor will have the assistance of the pastor of the Middlesborough Church Mr C H Parrent wife and son Ernest attended divine ser- Â¬ vice at Evergreen Baptist Church last Sunday Mrs Tornton and children are on a visit to friends in Owen Â¬ Â¬ YOUNQ ivJLDIKB First term of ensuing year will begin September course of study in 12 II 1894 A full LATIN GREEK FRENCH GERMAN ENGLISH SPANISH LITERATURE COMPOSITION ELOCUTION CONVERSATION DELSARTE MUSIC ART MENTAL PHILOSOPHY ETHICS OF ELEMENTS CRITICISM POLITICAL ECONOMY HISTORY NATU Â¬ RAL SCIENCES MATHEMATICS PRIMARY BRANCHES ABLE EFFICIENT FACULTY Â¬ A first class college in every feature A good home most pleas- Â¬ antly located in which most careful attention will be given to the culFor terms and further informa- Â¬ ture health and comfort of pupils tion apply to Virginia Miss Hallie B Todd of Louisville is visiting Miss Margaret A Lewis in Indiana Bellepoint Messrs J W Garvey of Anderson Dr E A Grant and wife of Louis Â¬ Indiana and Thomas and Ned ville are visiting Miss Annie Herndon Owings of Paris attended the funer Â¬ near this city al of Mr Western Thomas in this city Mrs Cook Means of Ashland is the Saturday guest of Miss Cordelia Lindsey on Mr Fred T Brooks wife and son Wapping street who have been visiting Mrs Bs Miss Matilda Sparks of Louisville father Capt S M Sanders have re Â¬ is the guest of Miss Florence Salen turned to their home in Syracuse der on Second street New York Dr W P Banta of Louisville Mrs M S Henrick Mr J Buford spent several days with his parents Hendrick wife and children Mrs in this city this week Chapman Coleman and Miss Sarah S F J Trabue jr of Louis Brumfield left Tuesday for Warm Mrs ville is visiting her mother Mrs Springs Virginia Sam South in this county A party composed of Miss Mary Mrs John W Milam returned Page Mrs Mary Brown Day and Mr Thursday from a stay of several Marvin D Averill jr left Thursday for a trip to Old Point Comfort Nor- Â¬ Ohio weeks at Mrs Kate Mauer of Washington folk and Virginia Beach Mrs Loulie B Longmoor Miss City is visiting her sister Mrs Van Â¬ Tinie Addams and Messrs Gabe on Shelby street Derveer Addams and Wood Longmoor drove Misses Hannah and Belle Smith and Miss Hall of Versailles visited over to Cynthiana Sunday and spent several days with relatives in that friends in this city this week city Mr Alex 0 Henry and wife left Squire Pat McDonald returned Wednesday for a visit to their son Monday evening from his trip east Richard in Hiawatha Kansas to attend the meeting of the National Mr M P Gray wife and children Press Association During his absence left Wednesday for a sojourn of sev- Â¬ he visited Chicago New York Long eral weeks at Star Island Michigan Branch Washington and returned by Mrs Anna Hopple and daughter way of Old Point Comfort Miss Julia of Cincinnati are visiting Tea and Croquet Mrs Geo W Chinn on west Main Â¬ Put-in-Bay county Crockett Parrent visited rela- Â¬ tives at Bridgeport last Saturday and Sunday The Katydid made its appear- Â¬ Ac- Â¬ ance last Saturday night cording to an old adage six weeks till frost Another says sow your turnip seeds the 25th of July wet or dry The prospects for an abundant corn yield is very flattering Mr John Cinnamon and family have returned home from a visit to friends in Mercer county Mr Ben F Hughes of Gran ville Ohio and his sister Mrs N Mattie Cram of Beards L depot have returned home from a visit to their parents Esq G C Hughes and wife in this place The fanners have been busy threshing wheat during the past two weeks both quality and quantily are excellent Mr S Darnell the Prince of butchers furnishes our citizens with nice fresh meat twice each week Tuesday and Saturday canvass The Congressional grows warmer and warmer each Â¬ J E BAUMES Kentucky D D President 207 Second Street Fronting Bridge Advertised Letters at Frankfort Below will be found a list of adver- Â¬ tised letters for the week ending July 21 1894 Arnold Mrs F S Mallory Miss Eramer Baker Miss Lula Buttler Charlie McHargue Sam mie Burnham Dave McKnight Sandy Bulue Mrs Meyers W 0 Francis Brennon John F Mosley Wm Conway Jas Phillips Bud Fuguati Jas H Roberts L M Harris D S Scantland a a Humphrey Mrs Shedden M E Margaret E Thompsoh W D Thompson Mrs Hollins Elder Lucy J Herenton Silves- - Thompson Mrs Hess B V vf -- cJMD I LEXINGTON FfHB Aug 28 Sept TOTTNQ C o BICYCLE RAGRS N ter Jennie Johnson Charlie Tunner Mrs Vanmeter Mrs Jordan Cora Alice Lums Mrs Kitty Lanham Mance Wood B F Excursion Rates on All Railroads I McClintock Alex- - Welch Archie Wright Mrs ander Elizabeth Best Equipped Grounds In Amerlcal When calling for these letters say S B Holmes P M UDIES AND CHILDREN FIEE FIRST DAY advertised S FINEST SHOW ON EARTH T OF Stock Flowers Womens Work Etc S Championship Athletic Contests I Largest Poultry Show Ever Given T E Electric Bitters i BEND FOR CATALOGUE street Misses Annie and Margaret McCue of Fleming county are visiting their sister Mm J W Ryan on Arlington Heights Mrs Grant Green sr Miss Katie Green and Miss Rose Crittenden have gone to Rockcastle Springs for a stay of a month Mr M R Hamline and wife of their generous hospitality exerted Mt Sterling are visiting Mrs Ham themselves to their utmost to lines parents Mr and Mrs James render the stay of their guests A Ledridge pleasant and agreeable Those Bee Noel Tom Emma Blanton who has been present were Mrs viBiting Mrs R M Aldridge left Shearer and Harris Hodges of Wood- Wednesday for her home in Indian lake Will South and Charlie Young of Forks of ElkhornjLee Penn Annie apolis Indiana Mr Frank K Rodman and family Manford Pat Hodges Messrs Willie are visiting his Crawford and Mason Lee Obie Scant of Cincinnati parents Mr J L Rodman and wife land Fount Haydon Ira Wallace Mr and Mrs Mat Sullivan Mr and on Shelby street Mrs Williams of Swallowfleld Misses Col Chas E Hoge Mr H P Poterand Alice Winter Lena Cora Mason and Capt W F Dandridge and Agnes Webster Lulie Mansford left Thursday for a business trip to Fannie Hodges Mrs W I Tutt Romeoville Illinois of Eminence Alice Scantland and Miss Lizzie Downey returned to her others home in this county on Saturday alter a three weeks visit to friends in Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Worlds Fair Highest Award Lexington and Midway An elegant afternoon tea and cro- Â¬ quet party was given at the residence of Mr T N Sullivan near Peaks Mill on Saturday last in honor of Miss Ariana Gaines of Eminence The music was furnished by the Winter String Band and the event waB the most enjoyable of the season as Mr and Mrs Sullivan who are noted for This remedy iB becoming so well 8HELBY T HARBISON Prest known and so popular as to need no special mention All who have used day Electric Bitters sing the same song of SALE praise A purer medicine does not reWill Beauchamp has about exist and it is guaranteed to do all covered from his recent illness that is claimed Electric Bitters will ONE HOUSE AND LOT M8 SHORT STREET Side Frankfort K cure all diseases of the Liver and July 14 4t SARAH STIVERS Mr Jas Martin has lost a con- Kidneys will remove Pimples Boils siderable quantity of hay recently Salt Rheum and other affections -akb blood Will drive tieee- by fire caused by sparks from the caused by impuresystem and prevent Malaria from the K M engines as well as cure all Malarial fevers For cure of Headache Constipation and Regular services at Mt Pleasant Indigestion try ElectrioBitters En Â¬ to morrow at 3 oclock p m tire satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded Price 50c and 1 per bottle Rev J H Burdin pastor The Direct and Popular Line to at South Side drug store 5 P H Carpenter A horse kicked H S Shafer of the Freemyer House Middleburg N Y To Niagara Falls Toronto and on the knee which laid him up in Thousand Islands bed and caused the knee joint to be- Â¬ come stiff A friend recommended him to use Chamberlains Pain Balm On August 2d a Mammoth Ex- Â¬ And all Points NORTH and WEST which he did and in two days was cursion will be run via the Queen able to be around Mr Shafer has D recommended it to many others and and Crescent and C H says it is excellent for any kind of a from points in Kentucky to Niaga Vestibuled Trains bruise or sprain This same remedy Thousand Dining Oar Services is also famous for its cures of rheuma ra Falls Toronto and tism For sale by Phil Carpenter Islands Palace Chair Cars South Side Druggist Unusually low rates have been Fulman Buffet Sleepers- put in for this the first excursion Do You Take A Vacution Agents will to Niagara this year rakt nlpnsnr in mvinrr vou rates And Only First Ciasss Accommodations If so youll be interested in the For Further rmation Address handsome summer tourist book of and other information Queen Crescent Route Send the This js an unusually good chance C Rinear 4 cents in stamps to W to get away to the cool and pleas- BL Bryan CM WGMD P son G P A Cincinnati 0 and get ant summer resorts of the north a copy LOUISVILLE KY C agent for parAsk any Q Liver Trou- Â¬ ticulars For Malaria OR ble or Indigestion use W C Rinearson G P A bROWNS IRON BITTERS Cincinnati O Jas Barker 0 P A Chicago Ilic HORACE W WILSON Sooy FOE J- - Â¬ -t- MONON ROUTE CHICAGO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ LVk luhUAmLiij tmmmmimtatitttttttitttmeimm SOLID STERLING SILVER 8365 s For Threo Dollars and Sixty flvo Cents in Silver wo will give you six tion smaller than illustra tion above They are the same weight as tthe silver you offer in payment Solid Sterling Silver 925 1000 fine Teaspoons a frac Â¬ 6 ver Teaspoons scyie aim They size as illustrated also welch the same as the silver you offer in payment 47 For Four Dollars and Snvniitvnve Cents in Silver wo will give you six f6 Sil 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 M AC Gone Home Old Aunt America Thomas who lived in the old three story brick at the north end of Shelby street died Thursday afternoon at the advanced age of 87 years She was one of the oldest colored residents of the city and a devout Christian having been a member of the St John A M E Church for more than half a century an d held the respect and esteem of all who knew her both white and colored She was the widow of Reuben Thomas who was drowned just below the St Clair street bridge during a high rise in the iriver in the spring of 1859 TITnP 1 JX Hi 11 I J-J-OJll Â¬ FTl The Leading Jeweler FRANKFORT KY The Four Seasons Company The best bill yet presented by by Mr Burr Mcintosh for the appearance of the Four Seasons Stock Com7 pany at the Opera House Tues lay night July24 In Lexington Tuesday night last where the Com Â¬ pany appeared the Opera House was packed to the doors with the most brilliant audience that has at-Â¬ tended a performance in that city The reception accorded was such that any organization could well eel proud of The appearance of Miss Nancy Mcintosh in a song recital will attract considerable interest among the music lovers of Frankfort The fact that she will appear in Louisville and Frankfort during her visit to America is in itself an- honor that should be appreciated as Herr Anton Scidl offered every inducement to have her sing twice a week with his The pffer orchestra at Brighton was declined is offered - m this company than leave lying idle here about S28ooco as was found to be the case the year before or 386000 as in the year preceding that Of the policy of reserving anything except a bare sufficiency to prevent overdrawing the people might justly complain and I acted as I thought consistently with the public interests It is proper to explain to the people through you why it is impossible to maintain the high rate of last year 1 The Assessors returns of taxable values for the fiscal year just closed were more than 25 000000 less than those for the This of course year preceding means a marked decrease of funds available for the schools 2 It is estimated that the tax on banks the stock license etc will be materially less 3 The census returns show an increased school population of 7365 requiring an additional fund of more than 20000 There has been some increase in two or three sources of revenue and the Auditor has credited to the School Fund the full amount due it on account of money recovered from defaulting officers and returned to the Treasury but all these are by no means sufficient to meet the general falling off and justify a per capita exceeding Â¬ THE ABOVE CUT REPRESENTS OUR SOUVENIR BRIDGE SPOON 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 LeCompte Apr 14 Gayle Co South Side CO Hi ru 3m THE NEW F F V LIMITED Important Change in Schedule of the C Os Pet Train the F 275 Yours truly Ed Porter Thompson To County Superhiteiulenis The Auditors estimate due this day in accordance with the revised law has been rendered and I find that a per capita of only 275 can be declared This will be in the nature of a dis appointment as it has been con- Â¬ templated that at least the rate of last year could be maintained but in view of the prevailing financial depression and the particularly embarrassed condition into which Kentucky has fallen by reason of a lower tax rate and a decreased assessment and extraordinary ex- Â¬ penditures since 1890 consequent upon the Constitutional Conven- Â¬ tion and two sessions of the Legislature one of which was of extraordinary length it is a matter of congratulation that the School Fund has suffered so little Last year I deemed it my duty to make the per capita sufficiently large to give the schools the use of the fund with the exception of a comparatively very small balance to meet possible contingencies rather Â¬ Â¬ Last June Dick Crawford brought his twelve months old child suffering from infantile diarrhoea to me It had been weaned at four months old and being sickly everything ran through it like water through a seive I gave it the usual treatment in such cases but without benefit The child kept growing thiner until it weighed but little more than when born or perhaps 10 pounds I then started the father to giving Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Before one bottle of the 25 cent size had been used a marked improve ment was seen and its continued use cured the child Its weakness and puny constitution disappeared and its father and myself believe the childs life was saveed by this remedy J T Marlow M D Tarania 111 For sale by Phil Carpenter South Side Druggist Â¬ The Kentucky Uuggy Com panys bale Attention is called to the offer Harof the Kentucky Huggy Â¬ ness Works Stock of vehicles harness saddles and materials of kinds at cost of making them preparatory to their yearly invoice They also offer several second hand buggies and sunies at very low prices 46 2 1 Â¬ Oats For Sale I have 40 bushels of winter oats for sale a new variety and large yield is assured For terms apply Wm Cromwell to IV 46 4t Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder World Pair Highest Medal and Diploma Commencing Sunday May 13th F V Limited will leave Cincinnati dailv at 1220 noon arriving at Washington at 740 a ON MAIN STEET TO m Baltimore 900 a m Phila Â¬ delphia 1120 a m and New York 140 p m The train will consist of Composite Car Elegant Easement nf the Capital Hotel Day Coach with Smoking Com- Â¬ partment Dining Car Pullman flThey will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a Sleeping Cars of the latest and short time most improved design and an Emphasis is Observation Car TllE DIG FOUR ROUTE On to Washington especially placed on the Observa- Â¬ Built by the Pullman lias the Best Terminal Facili tion Car Three years ago the only Company from Chesapeake and ties at Chicago authentic map of the Virginia Ohio plans the F F V Obserbattlefields was prepared in the All trains outer Chicago on the Illi Â¬ vation Cars serve their purpose along six miles of War Department for the Chesa Â¬ better than any others that have nois Central tracks through the most peake Ohio Railway Co It can the Lake Front ever been constructed picturesque portion of the city and with safety be asserted that it is As the F F V Limited is the land passengers in the magnificent the most interesting map pub- Â¬ Central Station on Twelfth street only train having an Observation New Lake and Front This station is con lished and so great was the de Â¬ folCar attached it necessarily to the Auditorium Richelieu mand for the first edition venient that lows that the Chesapeake and Victoria and Leland Hotels and with Â¬ 100000 were soon absorbed but Ohio Ry alone has scenery inter- in two blocks of the State and it has been re issued for the occaWabash Street Cable Lines the esting enough to demand an Ob- South Side Elevated RailwayandCon sion of the K of P Encampment servation Car The F F V Limited venient stops are also made at Hyde at Washington in August and will is the only train running through Park Thirty Ninth street and Twenty be mailed free after June 1st upon from Cincinnati to New York that Second street Stations Magnificent Vestibuled Trains application to C B Ryan Assisenables the business men to trans- Parlor Cars Wagner Sleeping Cars tant General Passenger Agent C act business in Cincinnati one day Private Compartment Buffet SleepO Ry Cincinnati O In con- Â¬ ing Cars Cars No It is transfer and Superb Dining to make nection with the map is also a deand New York the next across Cincinnati the only train for Jersey City Coast connections scription of the grand and varied Your ticket should read via the Big scenery resorts which arc reached by the of the Virginias and the these privileges F F V at dinner time instead of Four Route to enjoyPass TrafticMgr delightful Mountain and Sea Shore E OMcCormick in the evening It is the only D B Martin Genl Pass Tkt Agt Resorts along the C O as well Big Four Route Cincinnati O train that enables business men to as a sketch of the battlefields m transact business in Cincinnati one The Queen and Crescent Route day and reach Washington for For Sale A combination hay breakfast the next morning It is Invites inquiries in regard to Sum Â¬ rake and stacker Apply to Wm the most desirable train for New mer Resorts on its line in the pictur Cromwell 37 tf England resorts connections being esque mountains of Kentucky Ten nesseo and Alabama line The made in the Union Depot in passes near the famous battle fields with the Colonial at Mill Springs Mission Ridge Washington Chickamauga and Lookout Express running through to Boston They are surrounded by Mountain charming which reaches New Haven 410 p summer resting places at Burnside m New London 530 p m Cumberland Falls High Bridge suffering with weakness and Providence 715 p m and Boston Rugby Rhea Springs Lookout Moun Â¬ emaciation who give little Springvillo Alabama and other The F F V is the tain 830 p m points nourishment to babies should only modern train lighted throughLow railroad rates Charming take mountain homes Perfect rest and out with Electricity carrying a quiet Dining Car and an Observation We invite correspondence cheer Â¬ Car fully giving the information desired The Washington and Atlantic for the purpose of having you arrange Express also an Electric Lighted to spend your summer recreation on our line Vestibulied train will leave Cincin W 0 Rineauson G P A Cincinnati Ohio nati at 700 p m reaching Wash p m and Old Point ington 240 Bucklens Arnica Salvo Connection the Cream of God liver Oil Comfort 600 p m is made at Washington with the Tho best salvo in the world for CutB and hypophosphltes It will Boston Express or the Limited Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum give them strength and make Tetter reaching New York nbout 900 Fever SoresCorns andChapped Hands Chilblains all Skin Erup their babies fat Physicians p m At Norfolk connection is tions and positively cures Piles or the world over endorse it made with the Old Dominion no pay required It is guaranteed to give satisfaction or money refunded reaching New Price 25 cents per box For sale by Steamship Line Dont ba deceived by Substitutes York 300 p m the next day Fripind b Scott Bonn tl Y All CraggUU 8 ly Carpenter Phil JACOB SWIGERT Z3srsCTKa3srcE agents Have Removed From the Batzell Building 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mothers Â¬ Scotts Â¬ Â¬ Emulsion Â¬ -- JSJ 2H ftmTm Tal M I liave just placed oil sale a new invoice of lw vHvrat Belt U7A JLXJXS Buckles Hat Pins Which -- I am offering at never heard of prices xasr V C1U1C Ll VS Buttons Hair Waist Pins --s- Pins W L COPPeRSMITH spzcijlltt atd tbjde fxite wtcixz wozizz a C ro-crzR J BWBLBR is solicited thlT XjZzste FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Hon W post office nt FrnnkfortKentucky Entered at us second class mailable matter Owens Annoinut incuts IX Hon W C Owens candidate for the Democratic nomination as and Pub Congressman from this district GEO A LEWIS Editor will address the people of this FRANKFORT JULY 21 1814 county at the following places NVJiy So Ijoiig Neglected Benson Tuesday July 24th Forks of Elkhorn Wednesday It has been the custom hereto- Â¬ July 25th fore to have the gutters of the city Peaks Mill Thursday July 26th flushed once a week during Bridgeport Friday July 27th hot weather but not until Thurs- Â¬ Polsgrove Saturday July 2Sth this year day was it done Speaking at each place will com- Â¬ Certainly it was not because mence at 2 oclock p m the weather ha not been hot He will also address the people enough or some of the gutters not and county at the Conta- - of the city foul enough to require it House in this citv on Mon- Court crinnc fUcasps ar nirMrlv makinm ft day August 6th at 2 p m -their appearance in our midst and The Piersjo be Removed the sanita- it will not do to neglect ry condition of the city too long the KiBridge Compa At or we may have cause to regret it Js maW R moye fn the di Diphtheria is on the increase on rection of tak the M bridge tne aoutn oiae ana 11 we uo not piers out of the river Air VV E have cholera here this season it Ruple is here and has hands at will not be because there is work putting up a derrick to renot filth enough in some por- move the stone of the old pier on tions of the city to breed it the north bank Clean up the alleys and back Xearing tlxe Grave premises continue to flush the In old age Infirmities and weakness hasten gutters and sewers and get the to close the gaji betftsen us and the grave research city in a good sanitary condition Happily scientific themselves inand pharmacal furnishing us skill have allied before the dog days are upon us a reliable means of ameliorating the ailments to declining years and 01 Cleanliness is not only next to incident physical energy Its name renewing is Hos waning Godliness but is a sure prevention tetters Stomach Blttters a widely comprehen Â¬ sive remeoy In dease and an Inestimable blessing to the elderly the feeble and the of disease ailments trouble with te The piotrncted meeting at the Christian Church has cosed with two additions A series of services are in progress at the Baptist Church conducted by the pastor Rev C J Thompson Mrs W S T Johnson who has been quite ill we are glad to re- Â¬ port much improved A very severe form of wh toping cough is quite prevalant in our midst Mrs Emma Brown of Shelby- Â¬ ville is visiting her mother Mrs Susie Bennett Mrs Lillian Johnson of Shelby- Â¬ ville is visiting the family of R M GASOLINE STOVES JBbWT EffigSiSESEi2gggg3g9 XDo ur 37-o-- Ooolszing i out any XSCeat LLJtiriiLratf-JiLlatVrfltMkJt-lw-iriirF- j Wijgs l Â¬ Â¬ Mrs Cora Boyle and family of Louisville are visiting relatives in this community The Sunday school Covention which met with us the 12th was a Good very pleasant meeting crowds good talks good interest and a good dinner We understand that Prof R A Hancock will teach our public school Sometimes prophets have honor even in their our country FOE S -A- ILjIE ZB3T -3rT 312E3EJT- - Hows ThiaP Â¬ Holds on Well Sr postmaster at Hammondsville Ohio is 82 years old has been in the postal service sixty four years and has served under thirty Postmaster When he was first Generals W H Wallace Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by taking Halls Catarrh Cure P J ChhneyCo Props Toledo O We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe h m perfectly honorable in Hhetnatlc convalescent all business transactions and finan Â¬ the kidneys and lumbago are among the more cially ableto carry out any obliga- Â¬ These are effect common aliments of the age mlly counteracted by the Bitters which Is like tions made by the firm of malarial com Â¬ West wise a prevention aiK curative Truax Wholesale Druggists plaints dyspepsia constipation and biliousness Toledo Ohio It Is highly promotive of appetite sleep and Walding Kinnan Marvin Whole Â¬ the acquisition of vigor sale Druggists Toledo Ohio Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter Â¬ Hon Evnn E Settle nally acting directly upen the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Candidate for Congress in the 7th Prioe 75c per bottle Sold by all Congressional District will speak druggists Â¬ -9 THE BEST IS AYE THE CHEAPEST AVOID IMITATIONS OF AND SUBSTI- Â¬ TUTES FOR Decl6 lr SAPOLIO TOBACCO KENTUCKY postmaster the postage was twenty-f- at the following times and places Peaks Mill Monday July 23 cents for four hundred miles ive p m or over and two bushels of oats or 2 oclock Monday July Switzer 23 7 potatoes two thirds of a bushel of oclock p m four wheat five dozen eggs Bridgeport Tuesday July 24 pounds of butter or one and one 2 oclock p m Benson Wednesday July 25 third pounds of common wool was 2 oclock p m for the a fair compensation Bald Knob Thursday July 26 If the letter was written at 2 oclock p m postage on two sheets of paper the postage Baileys Mill Friday July 27 He has recently at 2 oclock p m was double written to the Postmaster General Prohibition Convention two fair pages of letter paper in a good firm hand and without a The Prohibitionists of this dis- Â¬ n oticeable error of composition trict will meet at Georgetown on Friday next the 27th inst to Agent at Shelbyville consider the advisability of nomi- Â¬ Mr C H Miller who has been nating a candidate for Congress N station ticket agent at the L Two Tjivcs Saved in this city for several years has Mrs Pheobe Thomas of Junction been appointed agent of the L Oity 111 was told by her doctors she N at Shelbyville and left Tuesday had consumption and that there was bottles of Mr no hope for her but two completely for his new post of duty Dr Kings New Discovery Miller is a oolite and accommodat- - cured her ana sne says saveu tier me tag sentleman who is sure to make g He has ful cold approaching consumption friends in his new home tried without resuio everyenmg eise here by Mr then bought one bottle of Dr Kings been succeeded Wallace McCloy a Frankfort boy New Discovery and in two weeks was cured He is naturally thankful It who has for several months been is such results of which these arc samples that prove the the station agent and telegraph efficacy of this medicine wonderful in coughs operator at layiorsvme anu is and colds Free trial bottles at uar PbntebS drug store Regular size glad to get home again 5 50c and 1 Settled Up Graticiiburg 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 G H1STW itl ml HI IB best material and emnlor none but the best Special attention given repairs and repainting old vehicles workmen T7E V OF MANU MAKE SPECIALTY factunriK to irder Our rule Is use only G L-- HKNNEN -- cs-o Factory Lewis St Near the River April 14 rro- - tf Personally Conducted Tour Over Picturesque Cliesa v pealce and Ohio JOHN DRISCOLL ITSE- 7 ci On Saturday the sureties of Jas W Tate late State Treasurer paid over to the State a balance of 14620 due on a judgment against them rendered at the last term of the Circuit Court There is still a suit for S6oooo pending against them in the Court of Appeals and if the judgment of the lower court of ds affirmed they will be clear liability their These popular tours will leave Cincinnati July 23d August 6th and September 10th visiting Hot Natural Bridge Springs Va Caverns Richmond Va Luray Each and Old Point Comfort will be limited to twenty party five people and will be accompa- Â¬ nied en route by an experienced Passenger Agent who will look to the comfort of everybody making all arrangements in advance etc This is the most delightful way Price of ticket to travel 5 covering all expenses on the going trip such as hotel bills admission to Bridge and Caverns Carriage drive at Richtransfers mond and railroad fare retrfrning Send for descriptive pamphlet Everything quiet except poli- giving itinerary and details C B Ryan A G P A tics and in this neck of the woods C we are all for Owens 0 Ry Cincinnati O Our little village has quite a Milos Nervo and Liver Pills building boom Mr J M Jenkins Act on a now principle regulating has in course of construction a the liver stomach ana bowels though W S T very nice cottage Dr the nerves A new discovery Johnson has built a large addition Miles Pills speedily euro biliousness to his house which adds greatly to bad taste torpid liver piles constipa- Â¬ while the Metho- tion Snlendid for men women and its appearance surest Smallest dist brethren are making some children for 25 cents mildest free at 60 doses Samples improvements upon their church J W Gayle e Frankfort Ky 45 ly LIQUOfi MERCHANT For absolutely pure Whiskies Wines dies Four-year-o- ld jJ8ftSJ Â¬ for medicinal and family use Anderson Co Whisky 2 per gallon Older goods at the same low rate c Bran- Â¬ 235 Broadway May 26 Cm Opposite Capitol Square Â¬ Â¬ W IWcKEE HARDIE KY -- HALL S OLD STAND FRANKFORT Now is the time to plant- - Â¬ m 0 L GAYLE We have a new and complete stockof La Jan21 lt A NDRRTHE S Onjhand and will ask you to give us a call 1J XyiT I Â¬ W MoKEE HARDIE X-- UJaSirfftA wftifytiu j mMmtomdMmMMmmmmmmmmmmte w nniniim ninwiiiiiniiwnmii iMin J -- w m - - 7 ii Jt - J jtAmmAmmmkmmMimtmii r fpWjwi v FtJiTtcww m cm cDtnHar3nr3nHnrnHHrnvrtrn5nninVflnnrnnHH n rRainnnnriairarawnafnnnnr3nrrannrtnnacninnnana JL JLL JU JLJdkJL J - KCJJLUUCjiUUUkCUJiiCwjlUtJiLt3UivCUlWJUJLkJL3UCULUCaC iLLLJ JfcLU LU L 1 v IVEHlCliES Ea EU LU LU O ZE3- - CKTTOTCJIEaijEiZEB Piesldsnt 3 -- Tv7 aSTX-arOZEa-IEI- Secretary Ej HARNESS AND SADDLERY All tjy Fu Ea LU E3 EU At your own prices Until our annual invoice is taken on September 1st we will offer na Ea LU net 11 M z I fa na b EU lu ret na cu LB if BSl Vehicles at Cost to Manufacturer ioo with entire Dusters Harness Whips Leather Together our stock of Saddles Bridles Bits and yheels Spokes and Materials of every kind go in lu lu ca lu en CPI 1 ra Ea uu lu Ea LU cn cu rca EU THIS GREAT THE FRANKFORT JULY HO PROFIT BUGGY kw w SALE FOR CASH HARNESS WORKS en cu nn LU ra cu en Ea cu en LU na cu en Everybody is buying so will you if you only come and get our prices EU v lu Ea LU Ea LU Ea cu Ea EU KENTUCKY rfibi riLAPk r u r en ca cci eu nn cu on ca on cu en ca en i euEuLUBucucueyaueuEU FRANKFORT iLirAiriiJjiiHNLiFHhuiiuWjvw nr iirdi Wiirdir iv -- if rtjr lu j n kr iLuLtijMfJtiF uniituiiifsjirjfcwfcw jLirjwHJUf iriiuiavir kifiUMitvjitiMtrif Mr lu ritwjLw Jsiu lu LULUBuLUBUEUEULUcuEUEuuaLUEULUuuLuLaLUEUBuuuLULULULUcuLUBUBuLUEa r ir lu ROUNDABOUT 21 A Sensational Tidcr dobs 1804 Secured a Good Fohition Dr Alfred Hensley of this Â¬ M 7 m city has been appointed to a posi- Â¬ tion in the Chambers Street Hospital New York City and has entered upon the discharge of his In the capacity of physi- Â¬ duties cian in the hospital he will be given a splendid opportunity to gain additional knowledge n his chosen profession which will be of great value to him hereafter There is also a ejood salary at tached to the position An Architect Here Mr L Oberwarth of New York an architect has located in this city and tenders his professional He drew services to our citizens or the new houses Dr the plans O H Reynolds is putting up both of which will be handsome He is officin with buildings Franklin Messrs Cromwell Are You Very Quick If a goose weighs ten pounds and a half its own weight what is Who the weight of the goose to reply on has not been tempted the instant fifteen pounds the correct answer being of course It is astonishing twenty pounds what a simple query will some- Â¬ times catch a man napping Even the following have been known to succeed How many days would it take to cut a piece of cloth fifty yards long one yard being cut off every day A snail climbing up a pole twenty feet high ascends five feet every day and slips down four feet How long will it every night take the snail to reach the top of the post A wise man having a window one yard high and one yard wide requiring more light enlargedhis window to twice its former size yet the window was still only one yard high and one yard wide How was this done This is a catch question in geometry as the preceding were catch questions in arithmetic The window was diamond shaped at first and was afterwards made square As to the two former perhaps it is scarcely necessary seriously t point out that the answer to tl e first is ot fifty days but forty nine and to the second not twenty days but sixteen since the snail gains one foot each day for fifteen days climbs on the sixteenth day Ex to the top and there remains I have too many refrigerators and I must sell them to make room for other goods so if you need a refrigerator now is the time to get the best at cost for cash E Powkr 44 tf Fou Sale ou Rent My dwelling Clarence McLean a young man not yet of age enjoy the proud Does Your Eyes Burn or Water Does Your Head Ache distinction of being the champion A nd Your Glasses Dont Suit trick rider of the world on the COME AND CONSULT ME THE WEEK OF The Safety or new style bicycle with which Ik manages dexterity to 28th Inclusive his midline is nothing less than JULY marvelous and bicycle cranks A SELBERTS travel hundreds of miles to see AT M pointers on his feats and get JEWELRY STORE the management of the bicycle Frankfort Ky The m uiaqement of the Lexing- Â¬ ton Fair has secured Mr McLean and he will be present and give an exliib tion of his wonderful skill during the Fair As there will als i be so ne v lu i ie prizes offeied for the winners of the greu oicycle races there oer the fittest track in America there pr anises to be a large a kendance of prominent w eelmen Eyes examined with the Oculist The Intelligent Compositor Test Case and the modern improved scientific instruments free An editor irote a ball room of charge Her dainty feet puff saying were eiicn icd in shors that might Frames Accuratelv Fitted to the Face liut be taken for fairy boots YOUR VISION the blundering compositor made LENSES CRDUNDTO SUIT it read Her oirty feet were en Being a graduate Optician and caed in shoes that might have making the errors of refraction a Ex a specialty I am prepared to take been taken for ferry boat- charge of all eyes both old and Strong Witnesses young and fit them with glasses at Mie thousandsof testimoni Â¬ the most moderate price Anions als if ouren by Dr Miles New Heart CJuio in that of Nathan Allison a ZEHAGEN E well known citizen of Glen Rock JPi who for yenrs had shortness of Optlialmic Optician Lexington Ky breath sleeplessness pain in left side shoulders smothering spells etc ono bottle of Dr Miles New Heart Once and one box of Nerve and Liver I KELLEY Peter Jaquet DR W Pills cured him Salem N J is another witness who twenty years Buffered with Heart OF CINCINNATI O will be at ttic four Sit Blur YOU WANT TO CKST I3ST 02T m THIS OFFER Our inventory disclosing too much UPHOL STERED 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 assortment is unbroken the Â¬ RRDUGEiD PRIQEIS R ROGERS greatly Â¬ SON 1 En S3 rn S We believe in plain na Advertise no baits they are misleading business methods to give each and every patron equal value - n 3s CM 0 You think that is the proper way for an honest reliable mer- - gg rn chant What- lastinc advantage can a dealer attain who habit- - En LU m uauy aeceivesr LU WE DONT Disease was pronounced incurable by physicians death stared him in the face could not lie down for fear of smothering to donth Immediately ahor using the New Cure he felt bet Â¬ ter and could lie down and sleep all night and is now a well man The New Cure is sold also a free book by 2 J W Gavle 01 Us that we handle the finest grades of good reliable Men Ba nn Women and Childrens Shoes and we alvays aim to be the jfj rj BELIEVE Hats Caps School Books FBXHESXTXSg IN LEXINGTON ECO TEL KY lowest in prices rn us En Saturday July 21 1894 Saturday August 4 1894 Saturday August 18 1894 operation an A HEMORRHOIDS Ea ElI LU IN cu EC1 La c E31 Lii ua En LU Midland Aimouiicemonts July 20th to 30th the Midland Railway will ell tickets to the High Bridge at one fare for the round trip on account of the Camp Meeting July 9 Aug 13 and Sept 17 the Kentucky Midland will sell tickets to points in Michigan and the round return at one fare trip Aug 2d the Kv Midland Rail way will sell tickets f om Frankfort to Niagara Falls and ivtmn at Piles cured wltnout surglca wltu little or no pain REEERENCES rn LU WMcKeeHardle FrunkiortKy J A biott Frunkfoit Ky Anthony Leucta Prunktort Ky J T Staten Frankfort Ky V Berberlch Frankfort Ky Rev L P Uulett Benson Ky A H McClure Frankfort Ky K iV J Hughes Fraukfort Duvlil Moore Benson Ky Jas M Wlthrow Frankfort Ky LU cfi Are too frequently resorted to by some but we maintain our ca 2a old honest methods that have stood tne test of 30 years wun na LU lu you and are here still Ea LU LU E3 Ea DECEPTIONS Ed CU ca ti ri LU LU ri ra ra LU r w fr Â¬ Â¬ DAYS Pamphlets describing these diseases and the mode of treatment sent free to anyone LU W I KELLEY 31 D by addressing 259 W Eight St Cincinnati 0 CONSULTATION FREE RCHOATE Former 9 Wakefield L II BR KELLEYS office ami residence Is at 269 LU West Eighth strietClnclnndtl and where he may LU be found eury day of each week except SATUR Â¬ R K McCLURE Ea ra mrarararEaraEararararara Ljlulululululululululuuulu SON LU on LU Ea LU Ea LU f LU Ea The Old Reliable Shoe Dealers Ea LU rarnrararanaEaEnEaEaEaEciECT LULULULULULULULULULULULULU 57 So Awarded Highest Honors Worlds Fair Choite FINNELL DR PLAirSfl AND MILL F 17 m HOGSHEAD FACTORY 109 23 90 WHAT DOES IT MEAN CREAM PURCIHSEI THE ILANINK MILL HAVING tobaco 3 hogshead raetory of Messrs Cougletou Bros 1 am prepared to furnish DOORS SHINJifFS TURNED SASH BLINDS WORK FRAMES TAIR WORK AM It menu thai th Qnren nnl Cretront limit la IT tnilci ihortcil letwoui Ciialniutl nml Lixliifituut Mnillid fhurtcit Cincinnati to Illr mtnuhumi vamllaiihurtoiitriiuinDati tu Niw Orltani liiuilKiiliortil Cinciunatl tu CluttauvuAtlautu or Jackiunvillt HorUa BAKING SOLiD VESTIBULED TRAINS Ittwccn nil of the alioy points Throunh Cirs to Vlckibnre an J JhwT 0tt Oulr lino tnunliiK through art Cincinnati to hnojvlllo anil linlllo N C llirrvt lino to lexuiuml litxloo vU New Orleans or ia Shrovei crt Aik amntj about tour tu Citlifornia From LouliTille Plitll villa nnil LiiwrmrctmrK dlrevt runncitlou with vtitltuKJ trolui tu all 1 olnti tsoutfi POWKR MOST PERFECT MADE of Tartar Powder Free from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD A pure Grape Cream Finish For a House as well us tobacco hogsheads Factor one and half blocks from 1ost Onlceon ilvur front A share of public patronage Is solicited a Ul KIND OF ii maJo ut LiiinjUa O W 0 1UNK4RR0V Gcnl Iaur Aecnt CiuciasaU QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE house on Ann street tf J T Buckley CHOATE Sept2 ly FINNELL 1I1WT TiTTTi f mim feauW iSt i- i- tSKf Jr lrT7jTTiJCr J n tfi tf5 HPWWVi Vijr t- - r r t- - -- JJMai ij 1 MMIW 6 RLjJXJOE3 STOCK Vehicles and Harness We will for the next 30 days offer our entire stock of 1 I Stationary and Jump Our vehicles consist of c made by the following Seat Surreys Light Eoad 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 HT COSTCut Undep Carriages Buggies - l I ODR 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 A Pleusant Affair Baptist Church Rev W 0 Tay- Â¬ The picnic Riven at Thorn Hill lor the pastor preaches at 11 a m Park Wednesday by the Young Union service at night to morrow num- Â¬ Sutiday Bciiool in the Chapel at 930 Mens Institute while not so erously attended as was expected a m was nevertheless a social and Catholic Church Rev Father financial success The crowd was W E Gorey the pastor will conduct the services at Church of the Good not large during the day but in I the cool of the evening the grounds Shepherd to morrow Low mass at 8 a m High mass at began to fill up with young peo- Â¬ 10 a m Benediction after first mass ple who kept up the dance until Not one Christian Churuii Rev George 12 oclock at night Darsie preaches at 11 a m thing occurred to mar the pleasure No night service of the occasion and the members Episcopal Church The morning of the Society can congratulate service to morrow will be conducted themselves upon the success of by Rev R L McCready the rector their entertainment No service at night Rev Mr Lindsey will occupy the pul Â¬ The Capital City Orchestra will pit to morrow at 11 oclock No give a concert at Thorn Hill Park service at night to morrow from 3 oclock in the Methodist Church Rev H G afternoon until 8 at night Nothing Henderson will preach to morrow but sacred music will be rendered morning at 11 oclock No service and no charge will be made for at night Every- Â¬ admission to the grounds Sunday school meets at 930 a m is invited to go out sit in body Presbyterian Church the shade and listen to the music Southern Rev D Clay Lilly the pastor Resolutions of Condolence will occupy his pulpit to morrow morning at 11 oclock but there will The following were adopted by be no evening service Frankfort Lodge No 28 I O Sundoy school at 930 O F at its last meeting The Union Meeting will be held to Â¬ Whereas It has been made morrow night at 8 oclock in the known to us in solemn conclave Baptist Church and the sermon will that there is a brother in distress be preached by Rev George Darsie that death in its remorseless way Dusted has entered his home and has taken from the happy group that Maj H S Hale State Treas- nestled there his little child and urer announced on Friday of last has hushed forever that little week that a suspension of payment voice and footstep whose sound is now the jewel of memory there- Â¬ by the State was necessary in fore be it order to recuperate 5627000 Resolved By the members of which had been borrowed from this lodge in regular assembly that the School Fund to pay off general we deeply deplore with brother Payment will hardly Sutterlin the loss of his little child expenses and feelingly assure him of our be resumed before the last of fraternal interest and regard in October this hour of trial and affliction 2d That we extend to the May Recover stricken mother whose heart is Maggie Owsley the woman ac- now broken with grief our ten sympathy and while we cidentally shot by Conrad Hertel derest flower to the little grave bring a last week is still alive and her we are sensible of the fact that condition so much improved that none but a mother can know or it is now thought she will recover share her love and loss Â¬ Â¬ VlVI M w That while we stand covered in the presence of this 3d un- Â¬ im- Â¬ L B MARSHALL W A GAINES perious summons and examine our own hearts for some reason for its service the answer comes in the best philosophy that God in some mysterious way chastens for some good purpose 4th That this tribute of respect be made a part of the record of Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a this meeting and that the secre- share of the insurance patronage Real estate bought sold or leased tary be and is instructed to de- Â¬ A good line of both city and country property for sale at all times liver a copy of these resolutions to Bro F Sutterlin L B MARSHALL CO Real Estate and Insurance Ags OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET and loans negotiated i i i w 1 Â¬ Thos B Ford S A Thomas Noel Gaines Committee FOR SALE Life Insurance bought and sold 1 First Presbyterian Church Sacred Concert Cow for Sale A first class TWO FRAME COTTAGES OF FOUR ROOMS on Taylor uvenue milk cow is offered at a bargain property and will be sold on easyThis Is good payments to tli right party If you are Interested come Apply to William Cromwell quick 41 FOR RENT TWO STORY FRAME RESIDENCE OF heven rooms with large grounds on Murray streets South Side tf S4ES Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys tem effectually dispels colds head aches and fevers and cures habitual Syrup of Figs is the constipation only remedy of its kind ever produced pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from the most healthy aud agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and 81 bottles by all leading drugAny reliable druggist who gists may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Â¬ FRAMERESWENCE OFGROOMS TWO STORYstreet with lot 53 by 10G feet This Lewis is very valuable property FORALE A I FOR SALE dence pf 0 rooms a tenement of four rooms and nil other necessary lmprovejnents This land Is In a high state of cultivation tho improvements are in flue condition and in order to make a quick sale will be offered at n bargain 210 FARM A FINEroadmilesOFfrom ACRES Is FINELY cawd 8 Frankfort on a upon which there turnpike a LO sj Â¬ good FOR SALE OF THE BEST BUSINESS ESTABLISH ments In the city consisting of good clean stock of goods and 11 well established profitable trade This Is a fine opportunity for a man with capital brick resi FOR SALE A FARM OF 253 ACRES 8 MILES FROM Frankfort on a good turnpike road with a HI i Â¬ residence of 0 rooms 2 tenement houses 2 to Â¬ bacco und stock barns besides all other neces Â¬ sary Improvements All of the Improvements Including the fencing on this property are new BRICK RESIDENCE OF 8 ROOMS TWO STORY of land In Bridgeport This und In tlrst cluss condition This farm has a 14 acres quantity of line tobacco land and would also make is good property and Is offered at a bargain u first class stock farm It also hns a young peach orchard of a thousand trees besides other fruit FOR SALE Â¬ Â¬ and other necessary Improvements two HOLMES miles from Frankfort This property Is all In EESIDENCE uF 7 ROOMS lotON by 150 teet C7 property has a crass and would make an excellent Dairy or and is well located Garden farm A FOR SALE FOR SA LE FARM OF CO ACRES WITH 2 RESIDENCES L B S B MARSHALL SC ZB CO FOSTEB BAIRD Â¬ Holmes V Â¬ DEALERS SAN FRANCISCO CAL NEW YORK NY LOUISVILLE KY Fancy Goods Toilet Articles Soaps Perfumery Patent Medicines Orders sent promptly to all agents for Willarels Cough Balsam TELEPHONE RING 44parts of the city June 2ly in - jEmrmiAJBwaKMXKJEiMB 10000 Bolts Wall Paper at Greatly Reduced Prices -- Mmm Screen Wire Screen Doors and Windows A 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 andHarness 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 ET Base Ball THE SHELBYS AGAIN Do not fail to call when Cor Main and Lewis Streets A Sure Tiling Hon Albert S Berry Con- Â¬ gressman from the Sixth district telegraphed Mr M P Gray on Wednesday that the amendment to the River and Harbor bill se- Â¬ cured by Senators Lindsay and Blackburn increasing the appropriation to the Kentuckyriver from giooooo to 200000 was before the committee of conference and was sure to be passed There is now an unexpended balance of 50000 to the credit of the Kentucky river on hand and with this additional 200000 there will be enough to complete Lock and Dam No 7 and it is very probable that Major D W Lockwood U S Engineer in charge will order worK upon tnat improve- Â¬ ment to be pushed right along and make an effort to complete it the present season That a lock and dam can be built in one season was demonstrated in 1892 by Capt R S Burnett and all that is necessary is to put the same ampunt of snap and energy into the work that lie did and it will go right along Â¬ Â¬ P M Shelbys A CJLLiNS A New School Opposite the Farmers Bank Its a Mistake To neglect caring for a cough or cold Every time you cough you increase the trouble and soon an inflammation is started that in a short time is difficult to control Dr Hales House- Â¬ hold Cough Cure has such a magic effect upon a cough allaying all irri tation so quickly that every person in the land should always have a bot- Â¬ tle of this wonderful medicine on hand to begin taking at once upon the first appearance of a cold It costs only 25c and 50c a bottle at P H Carpenters drug store a Â¬ Innings Frankfort WIN HU w v Somewhat depressed by three successive defeats one each from Versailles Lexington and Paris the Shelbys came to Frankfort with the determination to do or die and as the Frankforts were equally bent on victory the game on Saturday the 14th instwas the best contested of the season VanDerveer and Lindsey were the battery for the home team and it was no fault of theirs the game was lost Although more hits were made off VanDerveer than off Stultz really our Dick pitched the best game as he gave only one man his base on balls and hit but one while Stultz made gifts of three and hit two and in addition the latter was saved more than one hit by phenominal stops The locals made two scores in the first after two were out on a hit by Hall a base on balls to Burke Meredyths juggle of W Lindseys grounder and Winter smiths hit Their last tally was recorded in the fifth when W Hall took first on balls second on R Halls error of W Lindseys Moving Along Nicely grounder third on a passed ball The Capital City Chair Com- Â¬ and home on Cranes error of pany have their factory running Yosts grounder The visitors right along and are turning out made three in the second inning first class goods A sample of Curry made a hit and took second the chairs they are making sent to when Merchant allowed the ball to Chicago which is one of the pass him Murphy made a hit largest and most critical chair but Curry was caught off third on markets in the country brought Halls bunt VanDerveer assisting them an order for a car load of to Wintersmith Stultz struck out chairs with fifty rockers to match and everybody felt good as Mere The company now have two car dyth sent an easy grounder to loads ready for shipment and are Wintersmith In his hurry to only waiting for cars They have make the out however Sherey thirty hands now working full juggled the ball till too late to time and hope to have one hun throw it and the bases were full died and fifty in a short time So Crane then sent a fly directly at much for push and energy as the Yost which seemed easy but the gentlemen at the head of the enter- new outfielder being unused to prise are determined to make it the sharp decent in center field go notwithstanding they were dis- Â¬ misjudged the ball and it went 1 0 5 couraged by a lot of croakers at to the quarry 3 10 The bases were Barret2b ss 1 2 0 b 4 0 Hall 1 7 4 the start Such a manufacturing cleared but Crane was put out at Burke 3b 1 U 1 0 3 3 Lindsey c 1 11 4 Merchant establishment as this promises to the home plate on a splendid Yost cf lb 1 1 1 0 0 3 1 0 4 0 10 be will prove of great benefit to throw by Yost to W Lindsey No VanDerveer p 0 0 0 4 0 Swungo r 0 0 0 4 0 the city and should be encouraged more scores were made by the Hewitt If 1G 1 S3 27 2 2 in every way possible Shelbys until the ninth Stultz was Totals AU LEXINGTON it In su PO A Mere Wallace cf out Hall to H Lindsey 2 0 0 0 4 2 Bullied Burglars 4 1 0 0 3 Bene dyth hit safebut Crane forced him Wentz ss2b 1 4 4 0 0 1 7 0 0 4 Burglars entered the mill office out at second and evervbodv Scott lb 7 1 0 3 4 Brown c 1 0 2 4 4 McGowun 3b of Messrs L L Moore Co at expected to see an extra inning Berry If 1 1 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 3 Ciageu Waddy Station Shelby county game mack hit a high My back Conoverrfp 2 0 0 0 3 on Sunday night blew open the of second which Hall should have Totals 3 10 0 2b 34 3 7 safe but got no money They allowed Yost to handle but he Lindsey called out for not touching tlrst baseInning then went to Kents grocery in tried to get it himself and mis 12345078 9 T Frankfort the same tillage effected an en judged it Meredyth went to third Lexington 02100000 0 3 trance by sawing a panel out of McGann then made a hit to left Earned Runs Lexington 2 Two Base Hit Wallace the door and robbed the cash and all was over Tbre Base Hit Wallace Home Run Lindsey The score Bate Stolen McGowun Berrj Wallace drawer of sixteen cents The Double Play Burke to Merchant to Lindsey AU II 111 SII PO A K Bases on Balls UtI Conover 3 VanDerveer 3 burglaries are supposed to have FlUNKFOKT iagen Hit by Pitcher 0 0 0 Barret rf Struck Out By Conover Bj by VnnDeneer 3 0 0 6 been committed about 12 oclock Lindsey II lb Time of Clime 1 35 2 2D 7 Hall 0 Umpire Patterson It is not often that these expert Burke 3b V c 10 0 0 Scorer McClure 0 0 Lindsey 0 6 0 2 Wlnteroniltb ss cracksman do so much work for so Yost ct 0 2 0 0 0 The game between the Never Merchant If little profit 0 2 0 1 VanDerveer p Sweat and Button Huster nines at 3 37 6 0 26 13 6 Totals Improving and Changing the park Monday afternoon result- Â¬ It 111 SU PO A E SlIlUIUS AU 5 Meredith ed in a victory for the latter the Mr H H Watson is changing Crane 2b ss 1 4 0 0 3 1 1 1 0 10 6 0 0 0 score standing 20 to 8 in their his residence on Wapping street Muck lb o Mciiitnn favor Burnett d making two houses of it and im- Curry rf 4 0 l 0 1 0 0 Murphy 4 120 0 0 0 0 proving and modernizing the in- Hall 3b If 1 0 4 0 2 3 Many Persons are broken 1 0 0 2 0 0 4 When completed the fctultz p terior down from overwork or household cares Rebuilds the 4 west portion of it will be occupied Totals 88 J 0 27 11 5 Browns Iron Bittersexcess of bile system aids digestion removes and cures malaria Get the genuine by Lieut Waterman and wife Two out when winning run m hcoreJ Â¬ Dr J R Baumes whose success under adverse circumstances at Harrodsburg what was known elicited College as Daughters highest praise from both patrons and citizens has taken the property on Second street formerly occupied by Dudley Institute and LEXINGTON ALSO DOES THE THICK will open a college for young The home team played in Lex- Â¬ ladies next September POSITIONS GUARANTEED We take the following from the ington Thursday afternoon with a under reasonable conditions Our FREE 96 page as Harrodsburg Democrats report of catalogue will explain why we can afford it somewhat weakened team Draoghons Practical Business College neither Henry Lindsey nor Winter the commencement exercises NASHVILLE TENN Write for catalogue J The President Dr Baumes smith was able to go and the Book keeping Shorthand Penmanship and Tele new players had not arrived but with the faculty have every reason graphy We spend more money in the interest of to congratulate themselves upon our EmploymentDepartment 4 than half the Business Colleges take in as tuition weeks by our method for all that they came within an keeping is equal to 12 their efforts towards giving Har- Â¬ teaching bookteachers 600 students weeks by the old plan past year no ace of again defeating the men rodsburg a college for young vacation enter any time Cheap Board we have recenUy prepared books especially adapted to from the Blue Grass Capital on ladies of which the community HOME STUDY and Write It is a source Sent on 60 days trialWe pay uscashforexplainÂ¬ their own stamping ground Even might feel proud your wants NrB all va SB as stenographers teachers assistance of of congratulation to the public cancies etc book keepers us provided we fill same then it required the reported to the management of the school clerks the umpire to keep the score from thatthe face of the manifest diffiJuly li 16t in being tied as Wicks Lindsey culties with which it struggled knocked a home run in the second has been enabled by hard work inning which he was not allowed and executive ability to secure a Only direct line between to tally because the Lexington large attendance and conduct a CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT successful school This year twelve men claimed he did not touch young Shortest and quickest between women after having re- Â¬ first base The umpire did not ceived the careful and mental and Frankfort Georgetown and Paris Car see whether the bag was touched moral training given at the collisle KaysTille Cynthiina Fal Â¬ or not but he called Wicks out lege under the charge of Dr mouth and Covington just the same notwithstanding the Baumes ably assisted by his daughter Miss Hattie and the rule says the umpire must judge other members ot the faculty ASK FOR TICKETS VIA KY MIDLAND such plays from his own knowl- Â¬ were graduated edge and not from hearsay Further announcement as to the TRAINS HUN BY CENTRAL STAHDAHD TIME TIME TABLE APR 1894 The fielding of the Frankforts course of study which we are A M p M P M was nearly perfect but their hitting assured will be fully equal to the TRAINS E AST No 1 No 3 No 7 weak VanDerveer and Lindsey best will be given hereafter Lv Frankfort A 410 70u 100 Lv Summit 4 16 716 11U were the battery again and did Lv Elkhorn 711 421 125 718 428 140 splendid work especially in the W H Nelson who is in the drug Lvwttzer Ground Lv Stamping 723 438 200 business at Kingviile Mo has so Lv Dmall 734 444 210 There are few much confidence in Chamberlains Lv Johnson last six innings 220 740 450 Lv Georgetown B 746 457 235 Colic Cholera and better batteries to be had than that he warrants Diarrhoea Remedy Lv C S Depot 755 300 503 every bottle and Lv Newtown 5 13 320 bttf the Princeton offers to refund the money to any Lv Centrevllle Our Dick and 816 521 335 Lv Elizabeth 820 525 345 who is not satisfied and if a little batting customer Mr Nelson takes no after Ar Parts Beauty o 5 35 830 400 using it risk in Ar Paris Junction 538 could be done- behind them occa- doing this because the remedy is a M A P M A M P M diseases TRAINS WEST No 1 No 4 No 8 Nol3 win a majority certain cure for the he knowsfor which sionally they would it is intended and it It is Lv Paris Junnction 440 55 4P5 C 10 00 Pen Merchant for sale by Phil Carpenter the Lv Paris 605 of their games 521 1010 ArElizabeth 615 South Side Druggist 619 1014 ArCentervllle and Frank Barret played first and Ar Newtown 6 27 10 22 540 0 S Depot short respectively in fine style SPEND YOUR OUTING ON THE GREAT Ar Georgetown B 10 32 641 747 600 Ar 645 1037 Ar Johnson 651 800 1147 LAKES and Hall and Burke in their usual 6 57 Ar Duvnll 810 1153 Visit picturesque JInckinnc Island It Ar Stamping Ground 1100 703 8S0 positions scooped in everything will only 7 13 Swltzer 1110 850 cost vou nbout 1250 from De Ar Elkhorn Ar 1117 720 905 troit 15 from Toledo 18 from Cleveland Ar Summit that came their way 726 1123 915 for the round trip including menls and Ar Frankfort A 1130 735 925 The score berths Avoid the heat and dust by travelA connects with L 4 N C lloating paluces Tho B connects with Q A C and LS A All It la fell lit F ing on the IX FiUMtFOitr C connects K C Yost Stolen liases Merchant VanDerveer Murphy Bases on Balls Off Stultz 3 oil VanDeneer 1 W Llnd Hit by Plther Hall of Shelbyville sey Burke Struck Out By Stultz 8 by VnnDerveer C Pased Balls Lindsey 1 McGann 2 Wild Pltches Stultz 1 Time of Game 1 50 Umpire Lindsey Hale Â¬ C 12345678 9 T 2000100003 00300000 14 Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Kentucky Midland Ry Â¬ 1 I Â¬ 4 I I I I I I 1 id IX Â¬ lad Â¬ 111 000 - Â¬ 0001010002 attractions of a trip to the Mackinac region are unsurpussed The isliuul itself is a grand lomantic spot its climate most in Â¬ vigorating Two new steel pussenger steamers have just been built for tho upper lake route costing 800000 each They aro equipped ith every modem convenience annunciators bath - rooms etc illuminated throughout by electricity and aro guaranteed to be the grandest largest and safest steamers on fresh water These steamers favorably compare with tho great ocean liners in construction and speed Pour trips per week between Toledo Detroit Alpena Mackinac St Ignace Petoskey Chicago Soo Mar Â¬ quette and Duluth Daily between Cleve Â¬ land aud Detroit Duily between Cleve Â¬ land and The cabins parlors and staterooms of these steamers nro de signed for the complete entertainment of humanity under homo conditions the pal Â¬ atial equipment the luxury of the ap Â¬ pointments makes traveling on these steamers thoroughly enjoyable Send for illustrated descnptivo pamphlet Address A A Sciiantz G P T A D Detroit Mich Put-iu-Bay with TRAINS will run on Sundays until further nitlce No 1 will leave Frankfort at 816 a m ami Georgetown at J 02 arriving at SUNDAY 4 Nos 1 2 Sand Paris at 940 The Kentucky Midland Railway and connec Â¬ tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all points north south east and west For further information apply to their agents C D BERCAW Gen Pass Agt E B WEITEL City Ticket Agent GEOB HARPEH Gen fcupt RtCKIVEKS 1 t a THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY ROUTE 0S JOHN ECHOLS ST JOHN BOYLE W R R He flleHis Llmltef ONLY ONE NIGHTS RIDE a LOUISVILLE TQ MEMPHIS IS THE MOST PERFECT SERVICE Dr Ilnles Household Ointment Â¬ Â¬ 5030810 4010100 11021 Carpenters drugstore A Pure Grape Cream ol Is the finest remedy in the world It absolutely cures catarrh It cures VICKSBURG Neuralgia and Rheumatism Cures Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum NEW ORLEANS in the most soothing manner Cures AND ALL POINTS Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Cures Coughs and Colds Can be taken internally A positive specific South and Southwest for pneumonia Outs Bruises Burns Chilblains Sores of long standing Corns and Bunions are cured quickly Rates Tickets and all Information furnished by Ticket Agent of any Railway Co If not different from all else superior to all address else it has no equal 25 and 50c boxes W J MoBRIDE Largo size cheapest Sold at P H Traveling Pass Agent 8 Louisville Ky MEMPHIS Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Tartar Powder T B LYNCH General Pussenger Agent Louisville Ky v aN PJPjJAfJMjM 1Jj a UjtJI 4- - rii mwiuirmmmm mill miiLiMmillpl yWIJBll umtmtmtm j rir imnn- - MBwilMlslBWlMNuffHMllMIlM i r ainnmii---- r wrw-vw-n- ir mmaaititMi mttmWimtSutiimmmmmiam6miur -- wwi j mm ipw up f Ft l l - mi j hi nil mi ww wwmmimimmmmwm - mi in w fSSBL r s 4 CONSOLID CHILDRENS Go nt JLL Jy I I m I I lii 1 19 Jr A JL I MENS COTTON ll y 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 Bdow we quote bargains that should close every dollars worth in the next 30 days PANTS Ages 4 5 and KNEE G BOYS BLACK STOCK INGS 12 Vc were Â¬ MENS FANCY SOCKS 12Ac were 25c MEN S N I G II T MENS SUSPENDERS 25c were 50c 15c were 35c 20c SHIRTS 35c MENS BOSOM PK SHIRTS 75c were 150 PANTS 49c were 00c and 75c M CHILDRENS PANTS 3Sc V KNEE BOYS ISc STOCKINGS were 25c BOYS WAISTS NEGLIGEE SKIRTS FRENCH E N S BOYS SUSPENDERS were 50c 19c were 30c LAWN AND PERCAL fl II 10c were 15c 1 tl 100 were 200 BOYS MENS CHEVIOT WORKING SHIRTS 3Sc were 50c MENS BLACK SOX 12c were 25c MENS CHEVIOT AND DOMESTIC SHIRTS 20c were 35c MENS TAN SHOES POINTED TOE FOR ONLY MENS BLACK AND LADIES OXFORDS STRAW HATS GREY MIXED SOX 4c were 7ic A POINTED TOE 99c were 125 25c were 50c ONE JOB LOT BOYS AND LADIES SHOES 200 and 75c were MENS JEANS PANTS 99c were 150 to 200 150 199 were 300 LADIE S TAN ONE BIG LOT MISSES FINE SHOES 200 and 99c were LADIES and OXFORDS 250 FEW LARGE SIZES LEFT GOc were 100 150 LADIES OXFORDS nnrl Sft fin T V J V BARNARDS MAKE Only 249 wero 400 W i J U HENS ALL LINEN MENS ALL WOOL 15- - COLLARS 10c were 15c SUITS 30 DIFFER- ENT STYLES 800 were 1800 00 1200 0X FORDS BOYS LONG PANTS SUITS ALL WOOL MENS FINE CASSI- MERE PANTS BOYS LONG PANTS 115 were MENS FINE 150 CLAY 500 were 1000 MENS FANCY D B 299 were 500 ALLTWOOL SUITS 750 were 1200 and 1000 MENS DARK BLUE FANCY WORSTED MENS BLACK AND SUITS 1250 were BLUE CHEVIOT SUITS 1800 1000 were 1500 SHORT CUT SUITS 1500 were 2500 VESTS NEW STYLES 99c were 150 MENS HAND SEWED TAN SHOES LATEST SHAPES only 399 were 500 MENS WHITE LAWN TIES 3 cloz for 25c ONE BOYS LOW CUT TAN SHOES ALL SIZES 1 Kn- - nm M o nn - CHILDRENS LINEN PANTS 37c were 50c CELLULOID LARS COL Â¬ 10c were 20c PATENT LEATHER SHOES HAND SEWED only 250 were 400 LADIES ONE LARGE LOT LOT MENS SUITS CHILDRENS ALL 000 were 1000 WOOL SUITS Ago 5 to 15 years 299 were 4 and 5 CXLUXCSSR terms of equality with Clay and IiOUISVIIiIE TOBACCO MAR Â¬ KET Johnson the patriarch David and The boys are expecting a very the Apostle Peter and we next DURRETT hard winter several weddings in expect to hear the proud vain FURNISHED BY GLOVER LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE the last few weeks and more to arogant fool claiming superiority to Sales on our market for the week come the Saviour himself And yet it is just closed amount to 2175 hhds with Miss Annie Bell Fogg has been pretty well established that there receipts for the same period of 2110 Sales on market since Janquite sick for a week past but we is not one principle belonging to hhds 1st amountour 96629 hhds Sales uary to perjured hypocrit of the crop of 1893 on our market to an indecent are glad to say is improving s JL Cdfc JEmMHSL2K9 9 bT JOHN BOYLE JOHN ECHOLS f Duckets Dandruff Kills Receivers the Hair EHAMPDHA ABSOLUTELY LAND C 0 8 W R R THE MISSI5IPPI VALLEY ROUTE itlfOIES Â¬ He pieniis Limiter ONLY ONE NIGHTS RIDE RUFF W of Rich visiting her aunt Mrs Virginia Thompson Recently one of our beaux was in the company of his best girl What do you and she inquired ought to be done with a think man who would try to commit Why I He replied suicide think he ought to be made to take care of the child It has been about demonstrated that a Breckinridge man cant tell the truth we however have an We were exception to the rule talking to him and he said I am a Breckinridge man but he is beat and the old rascal knows it as well Since that he told us as I do Billie had pretty good crowds but they were the same crowd follow him from place to place The Breckinridge people are trying to strengthen their man by persuading Owens men to vote for Our man They argue Settle is a scoundrel but Owens is no better so vote for Settls hes a Ah boys the trick nice man Everyone but a work wont natural born fool knowns that Settle has no more show for Congress than Charley Moore of the Blue Grass Blade has for Heaven The yield of wheat in thijs section is very moderate and prices low If we do not have rain in a few days corn and tobacco will be cut short about half The outlook is very discouraging to the agricultural and laboring classes The grass is burned up and if rain does not come to our relief many farms will be without stock water Big Billie Breckinridge lias al- Â¬ ready compared himself upon Miss Emily Chenault is cal bigoted selfish and scheming tnond Â¬ libertine which he does not possess If it would or if he thought it would add to his chances for the nomination he would not hesitate to declare Madeline Pollard better than the Holy Virgin What has become of our cor respondents We see an occasional letter from one of them but several of them seem to have disappeared entirely Come friends If you hive let us hear from you nothing els to tell us just say you are for Billie Owens and the honor of the Ashland District The Owens Club of Midway will on Friday July 20th give a grand burgoo entertainment Hon WCOwens Judge Jeie Morton Hon D L Thornton Hon John Smith Mr Lockhart and other able speakers are expected to be present Everybody men women children Democrats Republicans Populists and the friends of all the candidate are invited to attend and Tamarack will have the best burgoo for all Everyone knows that Tamarack is a brewer of burgoo from way back Come and hear the gospel of decency and enjoy yourselves Â¬ this date amount to 96800 hhds We have had a week with very firm and active prices for the good to fine grades of burley leaf The common and medium grades have shown some irregularity but are not quotably lower The weather conditions dur- Â¬ ing the week have been very trying on the tobacco last planted and no MEMS THE part of the crop has made any ma Â¬ SHIP UNO EN terial progress The following quotations fairly rep Â¬ LIVENS TK resent our market for burley to- Â¬ bacco 1893 crop For Sale by Trash darkordamnged 2 50fo3 50 tobacco 5 00 Common Colory trash 4 OO Medium to good colory feb 10 ly TRWKMtRK LOUISVILLE TQ MEMPHIS IS THE HOST PERFECT SERVICE MEMPHIS YICKSBUROf NEW ORLEANS AND ALL POINTS m South and uildress Southwest Select or wrappery A Great Benefactor Common lugs not colory 450 6 50 Common Colory lugs Medium to good colory 8 50 lugs Common to medium leaf 9 00 12 50 Medium to good leaf 16 00 Good to fine leaf trash 5 00 8 00 5 50 8 50 10 00 12 5C 10 00 Ratec Tickets and all Information furnished by Ticket Agent of any Railway Co if not TABLERSDII BUCK EYE 18 00 18 OOfaj 24 50 OINTMENT A SURE I riLL CO D L SOUTH W J McBRIDF ivellng Agent Tr Pasn Louisville Ky Ky 7 T B LYNOH General Passenger Agent Louisville N TIME TABLE A Bulldofus Â¬ Isnt much Twenty live Cents money but it will buy a bottle of the finest Cough cure on earth That is what we claim for Dr Hales Household Cough Cure and Guitar Instruction and Piano Tuning what thousands of people have told us Dont neglect a cough It may J Henry Brady teacher of cost you as many dollars or possibly your life When you feel the first guitar vPHl give lessons in Sax method the symptoms go to P H Carpenters tons celebrated drug store invest 25 cents in a bottle latest and most approved Pianos of Dr Hales Household Cough Onro tuned and repaired First class d and cure yourself S Educators are certainly the giealest benefactors of the race and aftor reading Dr Franklin Miles popular works we cannot kelp do daring him to be among the most ontertainincr and educating of au New York Daily He is not thors a stranger to our readers as his ad Â¬ vertisements appear in our columns iu every issue calling attention to the fact that this elegant work on Nervous and Heart Disease is dis- Â¬ tributed free by our enterprising druggist J W Uayle Trial bottlei of Dr Miles Nervine are given away also a book of testimonials showing that it is unequalled for nervous prostration headache poor memory dizziness oleeplessnes neuralgia hysteria fits epilepsy 2 CURES NOTHING BUT PILES M A SI P MP 1 55 M BEST REMEDY for PILES Prcyttei ty BICHABBSON JiED known for IS vears as the and CERTAIN CURE Lv Lexington No 17 NoTia NoJl 212 227 235 357 425 448 450 No 2J HOIil JIT ACT DRUGGISTS 12 ST LOUIS Spring Station rankfort 1 Midway Yarnallton Urfl J SVi v 017 Bagdad Jla jj BEST IN QUAU1 J08T IN QUANTITY Anchorage Ar Louisville Pleasurevllle Eminence Lavrange 1ettee Valiey 550 017 103S 634 1044 041 1115 707 llj 1211 015 630 650 657 8KX 720 HiW 751 34J 11 35 7 33 1144 715 838 865 U HM U13 OJ 812 P 5U0 935 WORMS A NORTH Lv Louisville Anchorage Pewee Valley M M P M P M No 18 No 20 No722 No 24 vermifuge 20 EVERY WHITES CREM FOR l YEARS Has led all WORM Remedies BOTTLE SOLD BY AM BICIURD805 MKUIUHK Lagrange Eminence Pleasurevllle Bagdad 733 811 824 800 U2C 9d3 1020 1045 1U55 Prfpirri ht GUARANTEED1 DRUGGISTS CO Frankfort Spring Station Midway 14J 410 433 448 515 842 550 005 035 020 654 733 758 806 825 855 7 05 330 402 410 428 450 456 O OU Yarnallton Ar Lexhigton 1111 1130 105 929 910 U0 535 559 000 621 040 ST L0CI8 Mil iJ J Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder A Pure Grape Cream ot Tartar Powder references furnished For terms aoply at 318 Clinton ttreet c 45 tf Job work neatly exe cuted at this office i Â¬ No 24 will stop at Aiiohomce aud Ohrlstiatirtburg for for pasflungera Lexington aud points beyond Kos 17 10 aud 21 conneot at Lagrange for Cincinnati No 10 and 21 conneot at Anohorage for Bloomtleld Branch 11 UiLw- - i Kl Pirillb j3J HB5ff53 n fl wrAy sfuiA ji npwiaipiPMpsMnspsmmn HHHaSSIHBEEBKSHSn jv iL A ititJVtlhlk t 3flpwntrvp