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Digital page images are linked to the text file. th t Pramfoet Rounmbottt - GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERr DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance NO 47 a p VOL XVII FRANKFORT KY SATURDAY JULY 28 1894 Latest U S Govt Report The petition of Mrs Margaretta Â¬ s r I i i - r Barret for reduction of assess- Â¬ ment on stocks and bonds was reported favorably and the reduc Â¬ BILLIARDS AND POOL G tion ordered made CHAS G PAYNE The petition of W H Mayo Billiards and Pool THE- and Peter Dent asking permission TAe Ctuir Main Sheet to erect a two story dwelling on The Finest Tables In the city Gymnasium and Murray street was granted Bowling Alleys attached The committee on finance re- Â¬ CONFECTIONER ported that they could find no error in the assessment of the Home Con- Â¬ JOHN R TODD 334 MAIN STREET Manufacturing before granting the right of way struction Co and the City Attor- Â¬ Council Proceedings FRANKFORT KY Confectioner over our streets to any Street ney was directed to collect the Tuesday July 24 94 Railway Company the common taxes 41 St Clair Street Home made Candles FralU Nuts and Ice Cream Mayor Julian and Councilmen counil shall after advertisement LAWYERS The School Committee reported and Soda Water In season Cigars and Tobacco Haly Mar Â¬ receive bids for his franchise or in favorof providing for the pay Â¬ Near new bridge Ellwanger Fortune privilege publicly and award the WM CROMWELL shall Pruett Sower Tobin Utter same to the highest and best bk ment of the estimate of 8600 DBDGS Attorney at Law vback and Williams were preSht der having the right to reject any made by the School Board for W H AVERILL of the and all bids In April 1892 the expenses of at the refular meeting Frankfort Kentucky the school the coming council did advertise for bids for Druggist Also Real Estate Agent Will practice In the Tuesday night Council Courts of Franklin and the adjoining counties franchise or privilege of operating year This estimate includes the special attention to the pur Absent Councilmen Crutcher a passenger Street Railway along deficit of 2 700 which the coun- Â¬ Main Street opp City Hall and will also give real estate collection of rents Â¬ chase and sale of A general stock of Drug Fine Stationery a claims and the negotiation of loans Heffher and Miles and over our streets and said cil now expects to make out of the specialty Cigars and Tobacco Prescriptions compounded at all hoars Mayor J ulian vetoed the ordinance privilege was sold at public sale back taxes due for iSSogo-oj-92-9- 3 WJ CHJNN R passed at the last meeting giving for 285 and transferred to the thus doing away with any NO W R WILLIAMS CO Attorney at Law the Street Railway Company he Capital Street Railway Company increase of levy The report was Druggists But the privilege of carrying Frankfort Kentucky right to haul freight over its line in freight was not included in said adopted by the following vote 314 Main Sheet Will practice In all State Courts Office second South Frankfort and all other franchise It was only a privilege Yeas Ellwanger Fortune Prescriptions carefully and floor Custom House streets and alleys on which manu- Â¬ of carrying passengers the freight Haly Pruett Utterback and Wil- Â¬ hours A nne line of Fancyaccurately filled at all Toilet Articles NEWSDEALER facturing establishments are situat- Â¬ franchise was not sold If the liams 6 FLOOR AND FEED privilege of carrying freight had ed GUY BARRETT Nays Marshall Sower and franchise would REOCK DONALDSON Following is the full text of been included the News Dealer and doubtless have sold for much Tobin 3 Flour Meal Feed and the veto message No injustice more than 285 ob- Â¬ Bookseller Ordinance to prevent the Country Produce of the Common therefore will be done the Capital struction of streets and one proGentlemen 332 Main Street I respectfully return Street Railway Company if the Council Fincel Block South Side Fine Stationery Periodicals of all kinds Fancy viding for widening Second street Oysters Goods t Fish an I name In season An ordinance granting the Capi- Â¬ council refuses to pass this ordi Choice Pickles and Preserves in South Frankfort were given tal Railway freight privileges on nance allowing freight privilege PAINTERS c in South If the ordinance is passed it their final passage and the council and over streets LIVERY Frankfort without my approval will enable the Street Railway Co adjournedW B BRIDGEFORD MANGAN DARNELL The free unobstructed use of to practically monopolize the car-Â¬ Â¬ the streets is an important privi- riage of freight within the city The Painter Fine Livery I would further call your atten- Â¬ lege of which the citizens as a 10 St Clair Street Terras Reasonable rule cannot be legally deprived tion to the general terms aud un- Â¬ Wall Paper Paints Oils and Glass constantly on A concession is properly made guarded character of this ordibund 219 Main Street It prescribes no limits as in favor of street passenger rail- Â¬ nance ways because of their great con- Â¬ to the number of freight cars to be venience and because their use of transported at one time nor as to the streets is compatible with a the time during any day these WfiauoYouTfimk frieght cars are to use the streets reasonable use by the public privilege is granted nor whether they shall load or un- Â¬ But when the Of THESE PRICES to load on any street nor whether in addition to passengers cars by electric they shall be carried over the river transport freight power only from and to the man- Â¬ bridge nor whether it shall be conufacturing establishments on the sidered an irrevocable contract for LAWNS AND CH ALLIES are Bring your CASH and get the benefit of it in buying from a South Side in the City of Frank- Â¬ twenty years or subject to amend- Â¬ now 34 cents a yard worth 6J Â¬ Even if the coun- HALF WOOL CHALLIES in fort on and over Second street ment or repeal house that does not sell Tom Dick and Harry on credit and and also to cil desired to grant freight priv- Â¬ dark or light grounds only 15 to the city limits try to make up on the cash customers what he looses in bad use its motor transfer car in trans ileges to the Railway Company it cents a yard worth 25 cents and credit accounts porting freight from and to the seems to me the proposed ordi- Beautiful Organdies and all kinds of thin Dress Goods now only 10 railroad depots on the North Side nance is entirely too unguarded from and to the manufacturing If this ordinance is passed it cents a yard worth 15 establishments in Frankfort on may be contended that it becomes FINE CROSS BARRED MUS- Â¬ Rubber pose Lawn mowers wire Screen mom over and upon any of the streets a contract with the city and the LINS now only 7 cents worth or alleys upon which manufactur- Â¬ Railway Company may contend ioand 12 AND A HUNDRED OF OTHER ITEMS ing establishments are or may be with much force that it cannot be CHAMBREYS in all colors now located amended or repealed by this or onlv q4 cents a yard worth I2yi This is granting a new easement any subsequent council for twenty PINE APPLE TISSUES now another privilege and additional year The city in my humble only 5 cents a yard worth 10 obstruction to the streets which judgement should not surrender WINDSOR TIES best quality is at least unusual and extraordi in this manner her police power now only 19 cents retail every- Â¬ No city in the United and control over the use of the where at 25 nary States as far as I can learn has streets ODDS AND ENDS in fine linen ever extended a general freight I suggest to the council the towels very cheap privilege to their Street Railway propriety of restricting the freight LADIES GAUZE VESTS 75 Companies except Spokane Falls privileges asked to the transport cent quality now 50 cents 50 cent HARDWARE MERCHANT The reasons for denying such ing of freight cars by electric motor quality now 35 cents 35 cent privilege are manifest and it ieems only after night In this way it quality now 25 cents 25 cent to me the complaints of our citi- Â¬ will serve the convenience of all quality now 18 cents 20 cent zens against the proposed ordi- Â¬ parties without any material ob- quality now 14 cents 15 cent nance are well founded quality now 11 cents S cent struction to the streets benefits from the pro The chief For these reasons with great quality now 6 cents posed ordinance must accrue only deference to your good judgement Wrappers Childrens Dresses to a few manufacturing establish- Â¬ I respectfully urge you to recon- Shirt Waists and Parasols I will DEALERS IN ments and the railway company sider and reject this ordinance give you a while the additional obstruction Ira Julian Mayor and inconvenience affects the pub2 1 st 1894 July lic and entire population of the city The ordinance and veto mes Of course we desire to extend Ordievery reasonable facilty to new sage were referred to the narann enterprises and to manufacturing nance Committee for considera Â¬ establishments and we recognize tion and possible amendment to fully the great advantages derived meet the Mayors suggestions These prices are positively for A COMPLETE LINE OF new Street Railway but from our Do you want The Mayor also vetoed the ordi this week only we must protect at the Mine time If you do come and for shoot- - bargains the rights of the citizens remem Â¬ nance providing a penalty get them at RUNNING HORSE GOODS TROTTING bering that the peace comforts ing at without wounding and the and attractions of our homes and one fixing penalty for petty lar Â¬ residence streets have their value ceny and the vetoes were sustained ALWAYS ON HAND to our city as well as traffic and The question of requiring H commerce to build his newliveiy In the next place our new con- Â¬ R Williams stitution and also section 34 of stable of brick was referred to a No 214 St Clair street next door to R K -McClure mar 10 3ni our city charter provides that committee with power to act Highest of all in Leavening Power Baking Business and Professional Directory H D MATTERS Powder ABSOUTELY PURE intiiilflei -- Â¬ - Â¬ 0ARJSTEIJJ How To Save Money Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ t tt Â¬ M P GKAY Â¬ Â¬ Black fit Hursey HUPS and Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Discount of FINE and SADDLES 20 PerCent W HRPJSTLIH S fJ 232 TTlSr STREET fi aiWfcuAah - v t -- - 1 uC VL mw w nwwniiMMi h mm immti nnir imr 1 mm S 111 igiriirirmrpBhM--i-M1- w BfauaggC5gjjSS 2i tf- - trtbJtoMLixL ddK wAbtikL uiL ra9 iMMjrttm KSfciJf 1 wmammsk jfitihliAJiL ALJuJto tjiiiA Jy TO MAKE ROOM FOB ENTIRE NEW FALL STOCK I will for the next 30 days offer everything in my 3 CHINA DEPARTMENT I r Miss Josie Hughes is visiting the WilliB the elegant suburban home of Christian Church every night Popular Excursion Misses Ringo in Ashland their hosts where they indulged in These meetings will continue Mies Mamie Bull is visiting friends Miss Samuels of Mt Sterling is the mazes of the dance until a late throughout the coming week All in Versailles visiting Mrs Wiley WilliamTifTlKis hour are invited to attend Mts W J Connor is visiting friends city NOT liEGAIi Mr James D Riner was in at Hill Spring Mr E T Quinn of Kansas City Alton last Thursday on business Mi6B Laura Hughes is visiting rela Â¬ Missouri is visiting his father on Thats What tlie Board of Edu Â¬ VIA An enthusiastic Owens man west Broadway tives in LexingtOD cation Thinks about the Ac Â¬ says that Owens will carry six GBI Master James Hughes goes to Lex Â¬ tion of the Council Mrs T J Brislan left Thursday for counties ington to morrow for a visit to his a visit to St Louis At a meeting of the Board of Wednes- cousin Harry Hodges Mr Daltron P Arnbld left Hon E E Settle spoke to a Tuesday August 14th day for a trip to Texas Mrs Cook Means of Ashland who Education held Wednesday night nice little crowd of citizens Tues- Â¬ SIDE TRIPS TO Mr E W Hines returned Monday has been visiting friends here re- the Board acting upon the advice day evening turned home Monday from a visit to Owensboro of its attorney decided that the Miss Ruth Robinson is visiting Lake Chautauqua Toronto and Misses Bonnie and Nellie Hocken action of the Common Council ii at Dr J O Robinsons this week Miss Nina Parker of Lexington is Thousand Islands smith are visiting friends and rela Â¬ visiting friends in this city providing funds to liquidate the Mrs Pauline Heft and Miss Miss Julia Hickerman of Louis- tives near Georgetown This will be the grandest excursion ot the via Gen Joseph C Breckinridge In- Â¬ indebtedness of the Board and pay Sophy Ronica of Louisville are season running through to Niagara Falls New ville is visiting friendB here tiule Shore A Michigan Southern Ry and of the visiting Mrs Bettie Calkspector General of the Army was in the running expenses with solid train ot elegant York Central R R Mr Ed 0 Leigh left last week for a reclining chatr car and Wagner sleep the city on Wednesday Miss Nerve Wilson is the guest coaches No change ot cars at any point and schools was not legal in that the ing cars sojourn at Rockcastle Springs Big Four no delays en route going or coming Miss Maggie LeCompte of Lexing- Â¬ resolution passed by the Council of Miss Sallie Wilson Excursionists will not be compelled to lay over Misses Nellie and Bessie Staten are points for connections Tickets good at Junction ton who has been visitine friends only received 6 votes when it visiting relatives in Henry county Mrs Maud Dolfinger and sister returning on all regular trains within Ave cloys here returned home Thursday from dnte of sale Thousand Island tickets Misses Moore and Ford of George Â¬ should have been pass by a two Miss Hattie Mayhal are visiting good ten days from date of sale Miss Bessie Cheatham of Louis town spent Tuesday in this city with An order was their brother John Mayhall ville is visiting her cousin Miss thirds vote of 8 ROUND TRIP ONLY friends Rodman on Wilkinson street made requesting the Mayor to A horse kicked H S Shafer of the Mon- Â¬ Lettie Mr A Jud Graham returned Mr Jas W Hodges of Lexington call the Council together in order Freemyer House Middleburg N Y From Cincinnati to Niagara Fails day from a visit of several weeks to in spent Saturday and Sunday in this city that the resolution might be on the knee which laid him up be- Â¬ Only 1 more to Toronto and Indiana bed and caused the knee joint to visiting his sister Mrs J W Hughes Only 5 more to Thousand come stiff A friend recommended Miss Jennie Ames of Louisville passed by the legal majority on Second street him to use Chamberlains Pain Balm Islands and return is visiting Miss Bessie Case on which he did and in two days was Mr George W Scaggs and family Broadway Admitted the Facts able to be around Mr Shafer has recommended it to many others and Only 3400 to Lake Mrs Carrie Mandeville returned of Crawfordsville Ind who haveÂ¬ for Newspaper editors have to bo very says it is Tuesday from a visit to friends in been visiting friends here left yester enreful in openirg their columns for bruise or excellent THis any kind of a same remedy sprain day afternoon for home And Heiurn Georgetown statements But aware that the Dr is also famous for its cures of rheuma W S Willis and family of Miles Medical Co are responsible Rev Correspondingly the tism For sale by Phil Carpenter Queen Crescent low rates from points onKen Â¬ Miss Florence Clark is visiting her Nashville Louisville roomfpr the following tes South Side Druggist North Middletown Bourbon county we make tucky Central and Chesapeake ft Ohio Railways sister Mrs Carlton Graham in McDougaUAuburt In connection with the excursion spent Monday in this city visiting his timonial fromR two years nocicea a Georgetown ind who for brother Mr Geo L Willis Snored Music Ask nearest agent of these lines Btoppage or skipping ofthe guise hi Mrs Chas F Exum left Wednesday for particulars could not MisB Lilla Kavanaugh who has left Bide trot so tender he afternoon for a visit to relatives in been visiting Miss The Capital City Orchestra will lie on it his heart fluttered fte was Josephine Kava e 0 Mccormick d b martin Shelby county went to different doctors Gen Pass Agent Pass Traffic Manaeer naugh in chis city returned to her alarmed relief but one bottle of Dr giye another concert at Thorn Hill found no CINClNAATI Miss Mattie Henderson is visiting home in Louisville Wednesday Miles New Heart Cure ouredhim Â¬ Park to morrow from 3 to 530 in herbrotherMr Dan R Henderson New and Start Miss Margaret Coleman of Louis- Â¬ The elegant book in Georgetown ling Facta free at J W Gayles It the afternoon and from 7 to 9 at ville who has been visiting friends and tells and nervous die night Nothing but sacred music Mr Will Kavanaugh in quite ill at relatives in this city and county for cases all about heart and many wonderfal cures 3 the home of his sister Mrs B Frazier several weeks returned home Wed- Â¬ will be rendered and no charge Only direct line between Bridgeport on Lewis street nesday afternoon will be made for admission to the Mrs James Rodman and children Miss Laura Hodges and brother Everybody is invited CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT Misses Ida Copeland of Nash- Â¬ grounds returned Wednesday from a visit to Mr Harry Hodges of Lexington ville Tennessee Lucy Henry and to go out and listen to the music relatives in Louisville Shortest and quickest between who have been visiting the family of Pattie Green of Versailles are Mrs W F Dandridge and daughter Mr J W Hughes on Second street visiting the family of Mr Scott It May Do as Much For You Frankfort Georgetown Caf left the first of the week for a visit to have returned home ad Green relatives in Winchester 111 Mr Fred Miller of Irving Mr Ike Williams jr and family of lisle tfaysviile Cyttiana Fal- Miss Mattie Tribble of Shelby writes that he had a severe kidney Mrs Charles Tamblyn of Detroit Louisville who came up to attend the for many yearn with severe month and ConsgtoB Michigan is visiting her mother family re union Tuesday that day ville and Miss Minnie Crutcher troublein his back also that his of Richmond have returned home ladder was affected andHe tried many Mrs Pryor on Cross 6treet being the 71st anniversary of his so called kidney cures but without Mrs K C Berry and Mrs L 0 fathers birth returned home Wed Â¬ from a visit to Miss Lida Terry ASK FOR TICKETS VIA KT MIDLAND any good resnlt About a Kendall leave next week for a months nesday Misses Bessie Magruder and he began the use of Electricyear ago Bitters Bojourn at Old Point Comfort Mrs George W Chinn entertained Anna Arnold of Shelbyville are and found relief at once Electric Misses Laura and Flossie French her young frends last night at her visiting their uncle W R Ma Bitters is especially adapted to cure THKINS HUN fi GENTflAL STAMDJIHD TIHE all kidney and liver troubles and returned Tuesday from a visitto rela home on the corner of Main and gruder often gives almost instant relief One 18U4 TIME TABLE APR Washington streets in honor of her tives in Springfield Illinois trial Mr Willet Magruder of Louis- Price will prove our statements guests Misses Hopple and Sinclair only 50 cents for large bottle Mr Logan McKee of Cincinnati p A U ville returned to his fathers in At P H Carpenters drug store 6 F- II spent several days with relatives in of Cincinnati TRAINS K AST No 1 No 8 No 7 ill health Thursday Mr George Leake the lively little this city the first of the week Lv Frankfort 700 a 1107 410 Tjow Rates 011 the Midland Lv Summit 716 4 16 11U Mrs Willet Chandoin visited Rev W 0 Taylor left Thursday short atop of the Frankfort Base Ball LvElkhorn 711 421 125 the family of D L Powers this 718 LvSwltzer 14U 428 morning for Virginia He will be ab team was called to his home at August 2d the Kentucky Mid Lv Stamping Ground 728 4S8 200 Guthrie Todd county on Thursday week Lv Duvall 734 444 Z10 absent until the last of August land will sell tickets to Niagara Lv Johnson 740 450 220 Lv Georgetown B 746 Mr Henry Julian of Kansas 467 Mr W F Grayot left Monday for a by a telegram announcing the illness 2S 765 603 lv c s Depot 800 his mother He expects to return City is visiting his brother Mr Falls and return at 772 visit of several weeks to his old home of Lv Newtown 808 618 820 to day Lv Centravllle 616 621 885 2 10 to Cincinnati and return at Smilhland Livingston county Clarence Julian Lv Elizabeth 820 625 84 Hon H F Duncan Insurance Com- Â¬ 830 635 children 125 August 9th via Ar Paris 400 Mr Clint B Leigh of Owensboroj Miss Elma Edwards of Frank- Â¬ at Paris Junction 688 missioner leaves to morrow for New the Midland railway A M A M P M who has been visiting his mother on York to PM is visiting Miss Blanch examine into the condition fort TRAINS WEST No 2 INo 4 INo8 INo13 Shelby street left Wednesday for Scofield of the New York Life Insurance ComLv Paris Juuuctlon 6in Miles Nerve and Liver Fills IM home L Paris C lnoo 605 466 pany He will be assisted by the S A Parrent and family of Ar Elizabeth 1010 621 616 Mr Will Shelton of Richmond Insurance Commissioners of six other Ar Centervllle 1014 619 Frankfort are visiting R C May- - Act on a new principle regulating Ar Newtown 10 22 b 27 640 Virginia spent several days with the States the liver stomach ana bowels though Ar C S Depot 10 32 641 00O hall s family the nerves A new discovery Dr Ar Georgetown B family of his uncle Mr I 0 Barrett 1037 645 747 Ar Johnson Prof George Robbins returned 6 51 1147 800 Miss Aline Roach of Alton Miles Pills speedily cure biliousness Â¬ Ar Duvall this week c 67 1163 aio bad taste torpid liver piles constipa Ar StamplngGround Tuesday from a trip to Asbury Park is visiting friends 1100 703 880 here Col Chas E Hoge and Capt W F New Jersey and Philadelphia He tion Splendid for men women and Ar Swltzer 1110 718 860 Ar Klkhom 1117 720 005 Smallest Dandridge returned Tuesday morn Â¬ attondod the meeting of the National Miss Clem Morrison of Frank- Â¬ children for 25 cents mildest surest Ar Summit 1123 726 916 50 doses Samples free ut Ar Frankfort a 1180 785 925 ing from a business trip to Romeo Teachers Association at the former fort is visiting her sister Mrs J W Gayles Frankfort Ky 45 ly A connects with L ft N viUe Illinois place and of the Association of Man- Â¬ Franklin Morris B connects with Q ft C and L8 C connects with K C Dr Jas R Ely has rented the Pres ual Training Teachers at the latter Bucklcns Arnica Salve Hon W C Owens spoke to a byterian Parsonage on Washington city SDNDAY TRAINS large crowd in the woodland passtreet and will move into it on the Nos 1 2 3 and 4 will run on Sundays until Mr and Mrs Jas A Murray gave ture of Fred Armstrong yesterday The best salve in the world for Outs further notice No 1 will Sores Ulcers Salt Frankfort 1st of August a street car party Wednesday even- Â¬ afternoon The people were given BruisesSores Tetter Chapped Rheum 8il5 a in mid Georgetown leave 02 arriving at at 9 at Fever Hands Paris at 940 Mrs Mamie E Satterwhite and son ing in honor of their guests Misses Chilblains Corns and all Skin Erup The Ken tacky Midland Master Gilbert of Mt Sterling spent Waulbeck of Louisville JAbout a a free dinner which was greatly tions and positively cures Piles or tlons form the shortest and Railway and connec cheapest route to al enjoyed by all no pay required It is guaranteed to points north south east and west several days in this oity this week dozen couples of young people en Â¬ ry MIUI1VJ VIAUMUCU Iva WVWtWXS W mnnav rAmnHol For further information apply to their agent TV anriQtanrirtn T pVRev W J Howe of Crawfordsthe guestB of Mrs L 0 Kendall and joyed a ride over the entire electrio EB WEITZKL rice 20 cents per box For sale by PRj7t wiy rioxei Agent Mrs K 0 Berry on Main street line and then returned to Glen ville Indiana is preaching at the Phil Carpenter 8 ly GEOB HABPEB Gen tiupt JOHN T PERSONAL Â¬ Â¬ At greatly reduced prices A brand new lot of Lamps that will be just thet4iiiihis fall at half their value Summer goods in my House Furnishing Depart nihtit greatly reduced prices Give me a call HTTrrftrT Tr-v- - Niagara- Falls FOUR ROUTE Â¬ Cklitp N Â¬ Â¬ Kentucky MidlandRy h 1 Â¬ I - I I I I Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I y V Vjb U Ttts tbZf- - ULsmu tiiutV v mC ysv K iTjftv t Hmmtmtmmmm UgH m SOLID STERLING SILVER For Three Dollars and Sixty fivo Cents in Silver we will give you six 6 Solid Sterling Silver 925 1000 fine Teaspoons a frac Â¬ tion smaller tlmn IlliiHrrn- tlon above They are the same weight as the silver you ofler in payment it 1365 HkbLitigT t La3H8v y For Four Dollars and Seventy live Cents in Silver we will give you six 0 Sil ver Teaspoons stvle and They size as illustrated also weigh the same as the silver you offer in payment f n K75 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 -- Ka i MA MIDLAND THE pi CiTPT TTTlTirn O J1i1ji13JlLi1X fall into the hands of the L The Leading Jeweler wi l frankfort ky CO 4 SHUT DOWN N Advertised Letters at Frnnlcfort COUNCIL ABOUT TO THROW AWAY 100000 THE CITY FOR And 150000 for the County ing to Collect Try- Â¬ 1436420 Thursday afternoon all of the rolling stock of the Kentucky ft fc M - y Midland Railway Company was attached by the city for back THE NEW F F V LIMITED to be due taxes claimed Important Change in Schedule from the Home Construction of the C Os Pet Train Company which has been operat- Â¬ ing the road since it was first built Commencing Sunday May 13th the F F V Limited will leave TKe amount claimed by the city Cincinnati dailv at 1220 noon is 1436420 being taxes for the arriving at Washington at 740 a and 93 The years m Baltimore 900 a m Phila Â¬ Hows This company claimed that the assess- Â¬ delphia 1120 a m and New ment was too high and asked for The train will We offer One Hundred Dollars Re Â¬ York 140 p m consist of Composite Car Elegant time but the Gommbn Council at ward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by taking Halls Day Coach with Smoking Com- Â¬ its meeting on Tuesday evening Catarrh Cure Pullman P J OheneyCo Props Toledo O partment Dining Car adopted the report of the finance Cars of the latest and We the undersigned have known Sleeping committee that there was no error F J Cheney for the last 16 years and most improved design and an believe him perfectly honorable in Observation Car in the assessment and ordered the Emphasis is all business transactions and finan Â¬ Â¬ taxes collected when the attachcially able to carry out any obliga Â¬ especially placed on the Observa- Â¬ tions made by the firm Built by the Pullman tion Car ment was gotten out West Truax Wholesale Druggists Company from Chesapeake and Toledo Ohio The freight and passenger traf WalcTing Rinnan Marvin Whole Â¬ Ohio plans the F F V Obser- Â¬ iic was suspended Thursday after- Â¬ vation Cars serve their purpose sale Druggists Toledo Ohio Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter Â¬ better than any others that have noon and no trains are likely to wind nally acting directly upen the blood be run over the road for some and mucous surfaces of the system ever been constructed Arioe 75c per bottle As the F F V Limited is the Sold by all In the meantime The Mills Mooting time to come druggists only train having an Observation the mails for the local offices along Car attached it necessarily fol- Â¬ the line are being delivered on a At a meeting of the pastors and IiOUISVIIiliE TOBACCO MAR Â¬ lows that the Chesapeake and KET prominent members of the differ- Â¬ handcar Ohio Ry alone has scenery inter The road has been operated at ent churches of the city held at FURNISHED BY GLOVER esting enough to demand an Ob- Â¬ DURRETT a loss by the Construction Com- the First Presbyterian Church LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE servation Car The F F V Limited Sales on our market for the week pany and only the employes of Monday evening it was unani- Â¬ just closed amount to 2614 hhds with is the only train running through from Cincinnati to New same period 01 receipts tor the road have received a cent out mously resolved to invite Rev B hhds Sales the our market since 1535Â¬ enables the business menYork that on to transJan of it No salaries have been paid Fay Mills to hold a protracted uary 1st amount to 99243 hhds Sales act business in Cincinnati one day market to and New York the next It is to the officers of the company who meeting in this city in September of the crop of 1893 ou our hhds this date amount to 99385 have had to pay their traveling Another meeting was held last During the week we have had an the only train for Jersey City Coast expenses when away on business evening at the same place at uninterruptedly firm market for bur resorts which arc reached by the ley tobacco with the good to fine time instead of for the road out of their own which committees were appointed grades of leaf rather higher than at F F V at dinner in the evening It is the only any time during the year We are private means and they have to make arrangements for the again having a spell of local rains train that enables business men to provide In many localities the rainfall has transact business in Cincinnati one given their services free in order meeting solicit funds been abundant but at this writing it to try and keep the road running either a tent or tabernacle large is impossible to tell how much of the day and reach Washington for tobacco until a deal could be made which enough to seat 2500 or 3oco recent belt has been covered by the breakfast the next morning It is rains people and procure a place to The following quotations fairly rep Â¬ the most desirable train for New would save the county and city The meeting will resent our market for burley to- Â¬ England resorts connections being from loss by a forced sale of the erect the same bacco 1893 crop made in the Union Depot in property at a sacrifice A full certainly be held but the exact Trash dark or damaged with the Colonial Washington 2 50 3 50 tobacco Express running through to Boston statement ofthe condition of the day in September upon which it Common Colory trash 4 00 5 00 which reaches New Haven 410 p Construction Company showing will commence has not yet been Medium to good colory 00 5 8 00 m trash New London 530 p m the above to be true was pre- Â¬ determined 5 50 Common lugs not colory 4 50 Providence 7 5 p m and Boston 6 50 8 50 Rev Mr Mills is a son of the Common Colory lugs pared for the information of the The F F V is the Medium to good colory 830 p m Council and it could have been late Rev Thornton Mills who lugs 8 50 10 00 only modern train lighted throughCommon to medium leaf 9 00 12 5C out with Electricity verified by the books which were was raised in this city carrying a 12 50 16 00 Medium to good leaf Dining Car and an Observation 16 00 18 00 Good to fine leaf open to the inspection of the 18 00a 24 50 Car Selector wrappery J W Fuirlmiiks committee yet we are informed The Washington and Atlantic Cream Baking Powder that the statement was disregarded Postmaster at Mankato Neb writes Dr Prices Highest Medal and Diploma Express also an Electric Lighted Worlds Fair I taken and an invitation to examine the us as follows your have Hales but one Vestibuled train will leave CincinHouse Dr fackage of books declined and it is the first medicine Dr Halos Household Ointment nati at 700 p m reaching Washany that has In its effort to collect a claim I have found 80 years Idone mebeen Is the finest remedy in the world ington 240 p m and Old Point good have For Connection now for which the property is troubled with liver and kidney trou Â¬ It absolutely cures catarrh It cures Comfort 600 p m bles growing worse all the time For Neuralgia and Rheumatism Cures is made at Washington with the good at any time the city will the last 10 years I have not been able Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum Boston Express or the Limited force the road into the hands of a to do much or any work I feel dull in the most soothing manner Cures reaching New York nbout 900 sleepy and as though I could not stir Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids receiver it will be sold the city My bowels would not move oftener Cures Coughs and Colds Can be p rn At Norfolk connection is will lose Sioocoo in stock and than once a week After taking one taken internally A positive specific made with the Old Dominion package I am much better and for pneumonia Outs Bruises Burns Steamship Line reaching New bonds the county Have Chilblains Sores of long standing 150000 and now cantake hold and work a good appetite and bowels regular Corns and Bunions are cured quickly York 300 p m the next day the individuals every cent that For dyspepsia constipation all liver different from all else superior to all they subscribed to the Midland and kidney troubles etc it has no else it has no equal 25 and 50c boxes For Sale or Rent My dwelling equal Only 25o and 50o a package Largo size cheapest Sold at P H house on Ann street The road will in all probability at P H Carpenters drug store o Carpenters drug store 8 J T Buckley tf 1889-90-91-9- 2 and the very object for which the Kentucky Midland was And after all built be defeated this is done who will be benefited A few lawyers will receive exhor bitant fees for their services The Home Construction Company will lose nothing for if the property is sold thev are sure to get back the money they put into it and the city will be very much in the position the man was who in the at- Â¬ tempt to kill an owl set fire to and burned up his barn and its con- Â¬ tents The Council shot without being sure of its aim and had better step down from its perch and take the advice Councilman Miles so frequently gave the last Boys Council lets compro- Â¬ or at least think a little mise before it works the ruin the short sighted policy it is pursuing is sure to bring upon the city and county and their business interests It is a little significant that free storage has been furnished for the N attached property by the L a well known railroad and that attorney for that road is taking a prominent part in the proceed- Â¬ ings against the Midland people Straws often show the way of the people Kentucky JACOB SWIGERT ON MAIN STEET TO Below will be found a list of adver Â¬ tised letters for the week ending July 28 1894 Allensworth Rev Jas L Adams Jessie Broughton Can Bartlett Willis 2 Ballew Mrs Miller Mrs Annie Martin John McGirk Lee Miller Peat Have Removed From the Batzell Building Martin Jno Â¬ Bates Mrs Maria Stanley John Shingleton Miss Cox John W Deatherage jn B Lune Graves Samuel Smith Miss Melissa Harrod Mrs Smith Mrs Mar Â¬ Belle garet Howerd Mrs Hariet Strather Bros Holyknecht Geo Printers Thompson Cam Hendrix Mrs mellus A Mattie Webb Charley Hedger Miss Whitney Miss Rosa Emma Jackson Curtis Johnson Mrs O Bower Roeder Kyte Thomas Frankfort Lottery Co Office No 2 Long Andrew Markey Miss Ada When calling for these letters say S B Holmes P M advertised Francis Sabin A L 5 Simpson George 101 AND 102 ANN STREET BasEmEnt nf the Capital Hotel short time BSTThey will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a THE BIG FOUK ROUTE Has the Best Terminal Facili ties at Chicago Â¬ All trains enter Chicago on the Illi- Â¬ nois Central tracks along six miles of the Lake Front through the most picturesque portion of the citv 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 Â¬ A rfii YI -- Park Thirty Ninth street and Twenty Second street Stations Magnificent Vestibuled Trains Parlor Cars Wagner Sleeping Cars Private Compartment Buffet Sleep ing Cars and Superb Dining Cars No transfer across Cincinnati to make connections Your ticket should read via the Big Four Route to enjoy theseprivileges E OMcCormick Pass Traffic Mgr D B Martix Genl Pass Tkt Agt Big Foqr Route Cincinnati O Â¬ I IIM fr llll -9 The Queen ami Crescent Uouto Invites inquiries in regard to Sum- Â¬ mer Resorts on its line in the pictur-Â¬ esque mountains of Kentucky Ten Â¬ nessee and Alabama The line passes near the famous battle fields at Mill Springs Mission Ridsce Chickamauga and Lookout Mountain They are surrounded by charming summer resting places at Burnside Cumberland Falls High Bridge Rugby Rhea Springs Lookout Moun- Â¬ tain Springville Alabama and other Low railroad rates Charming mountain home3 Perfect rest and quiet We invite correspondence cheer Â¬ fully giving the information desired for the purpose of having you arrange to spend your summer recreation ou our line W C Rinearsox Â¬ Â¬ points Cincinnati Ohio G P A Many Persons are broken down from overwork or household cares Iron Bitters Rebuilds the aystem aids digestion removes excess of bile and cures malaria Get the genuine Browns tt 1 Â¬ Pale Faces show Depleted Blood poor Anaemia nourishment everything bad They are signs of Â¬ Â¬ Scotts Emulsion the Cream of Cod liver Oil with hypophosphites en- Â¬ riches the blood purifies the skin cures Anaemia builds up the system Physicians the world over endorse It Dont be deceived by Substitutes All Pwprd b Boott A Ilown N Y OraUt f wmmBMmrm WmWHIIiMM WWPlBIW EaHi HBS m - i H I 4 Sterling I Which have just placed on sale a new invoice of Belt Buckles Hat Pins Waist Pins I L- 3NTo TIIAZDE am offering at never heard of prices A3STID Buttons Hair Pins J3ST velties TEaZAa W COPPGRSMITH fiste watck woirk j SPECIALTY the TTOTJI J EWELER XjUfcTE IS SOLICITED FMNKFORT ROUNDABOUT recognize in the man of 50 fat young fellow who was Entered at tjjo post offlce at FrankfortKentucky directed in the paper to delivpr as second class mailable matter the spirits to Messrs Saffell so GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub that of all those interested in the M transaction only Mr Jas FRANKFORT JULY 28 1894 Saffell remains a citizen among us Amounts to But Little Col Orlando Brown Uncle Billy Gray and A H McClure The Common Council at its were the gauyers in those days jolly Midland Announcements July 20th to 30th the Midland Railway will sell tickets to the High Bridge at one fare for the round trip on account of the Camp Meeting GASOLINE STOVES nncannraEnniannriariiEBEEiBGiBa laUliUBUEaiaSJCQCBEBBiiBaBiauaBB meeting Tuesday night agreed to provide for the payment of the outstanding indebtedness of the Board of Education out of back As no very taxes due the city progress has been made of great late years when times were good in collecting back taxes the probabilities are that the debt of 2800 which has been hanging over the Board for several years will still remain to plague the managers of our schools for some The contingency time to come is most too remote to be calculated upon with any degree of certainty and the Board of Education had better pass the hat again and see if our city Senate cannot be in- Â¬ duced to drop something a little more substantial into it and Edgar Keenon Capt W K Gray and others were storekeepers The first four have joined the 5780 silent majority and Button Gray has been a resident of Texas for many years 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 Aug 2d the Ky Midland Rail way will sell tickets from Frank- Â¬ fort to Niagara Falls and return at Â¬ 6 HHIBSTIHSCQ JBHHQHyf 0 ut any ZKCeat Nearlng the Grave In old Hge Infirmities and weakness hasten to close the gap between lis and the crave Happily scientific research and pharmacnl skill hare allW themselves in furnishing us u reliable means of ameliorating the ailments Incident to declining years and of renewing MAKE A SPECIALTY OF MANU waning physical energy Us name is Hos WE fnctunn to order Our rule Is use only widely comprehen Â¬ best material and employ none but the best tetttrs Stomach Blttters a sive remey In dUease und an Inestimable workmei Special attention given repairs and blessing to the elderly tne feeble and the repainting old vehicles convalescent Rhematlc ailments trouble with the kidneys and lumbago are among the more isommoa ailments of the age Theseare effect Factory Lewis St Near tlie River Uilly counteracted by the Bitters which is like April 14 if wise a prevention un curative of malarial com Â¬ plaints dyxpepsla constipation and biliousness It is highly promotive of appetite sleep und No August Guessing Contest the acquisition of vigor nnraBcirHRaHncarcaKBREiriiaFSianB IMH ai Ml ID IFOS -- S-A-XjI- E Â¬ AsTIW STZESZEJZEOT One by One Better be IJooked After An ordinance has been passed by the Council providing for widening Second street west from Bridge but nothing has been done towards putting the ordinance into effect We presume the work will be done some time during the summer or fall should the city have money enough to pay for it but in the meantime people living on West Second have to pass over a plank walk which is in a dangerous condition and should be repaired before the city has a damage suit on its hands for a A lady fell into a broken limb hole in the walk only a few days ago and came near crippling herself and if a new sidewalk is not going to be built soon the old one had better be patched up a little Like the falling leaves the King Fishers came stragling home this week from their fishing trip to Michigan Mr Richard Morris arrived Tuesday night Mr Geo L Payne came in Wednesday morning- and Mr Chas C Furr Wednesday night while Mr Saml R Smith brought up the rear Thursday but they have made the other local fishermen envious by the stories they have been Blur Does Your telling since their arrival of the glorious sport they have had Does Your Eyes Burn or Water catching the small mouth bass out Does Your Hedd Aohe And Your Glasses Dont Suit of Hubbard Lake The Weekly Courier Journal has withdrawn its offer of 1000 to be given to subscribers who could name the hottest day in August and guess closest to the This temperature on that day action was taken because of the serious interruption of mails caused by the great railroad strike A simple and liberal guessing contest on the November Congressional Elections is now being prepared and will be announced by the Weekly Courier Journal shortly Â¬ Â¬ THE BEST IS AYE THE CHEAPEST AVOID IMITATIONS OP AND SUBSTI TUTES FOR DetlG ly SAPOLIO TOBACCO KENTUCKY Sit 4 Crockers Honest Fertilizers A Quarter Century Test JULY 30 to AUG For a quarter of a century Dr Kings New Discovery has been test Â¬ ed and the millions who have re- Â¬ ceived benefit from its use testify to its wonderful curative powers in all diseases of throat chest and lungs A remedy that has stood the test so long and has given so universal satis Â¬ Each bot- Â¬ faction is no experiment tle is positively guaranteed to give relief or the money will be refunded An Oid Time Paper It is admitted to be the most reliable Trial bottles for coughs and colds P us an old time free at sizeH Carpenters drug store We have before 6 50 cents and 1 Large blank used by the revenue departSent to Anchorage ment back in the 6os which brings to mind many former citiJoseph B Read of Hon zens who were then in the service Louisville several times a mem Â¬ of the Government in this district ber of the Legislature and but now have passed over the who also served two or three dark river or removed to other terms as Door Keeper of the places It is an Entry for with- Â¬ Senate has been adjudged insane drawal of spirits from warehouse and sent to the Asylum at An- Â¬ The application was chorage His mental derangement tax paid made on the first day of May was the result of intense pain by Messrs J J M caused by two falls he received on 1869 Saffell to withdraw ten barrels of the icy sidewalk in this city sever- Â¬ whisky and the order for with al years ago the first breaking drawal is signed by John B one of his legs and the second in Temple Deputy Collector and flicting further injury to the same W Watson limb addressed to R Storekeeper It also bears the La9t June Diclc Crawford brought K Woodson his twelve months old child suffering certificate of R from infantile diarrhoea to me It Assistant Assessor that the taxes had been weaned at four months old and being sickly ran Mr Temple was through like watereverything seive have been paid through a it for many years Cashier of the I gave it the usual treatment in such cases but without benefit Farmers Bank in this city and died kept growing thiner until itThe child weighed in Louisville five or six years ago but little more than when born or perhaps 10 pounds I then started Mr Woodson has also been dead the father to giving Chamberlains several years and Mr James Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Before one bottle of the 25 cent size Saffell the senior member of the had been used a marked improve Â¬ firm making the application passed ment was seen and its continued use cured the child Its weakness and away last year Dick Watson the puny constitution disappeared and its father and myself storekeeper has been living in life was saveed by believe the childB this remedy J T St Louis or Louisville so long Harlow M D Tarania 111 For sale by Phil Carpenter South Side that he would find but few to Druggist Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I will sell to any reliable man in ton lots for 45 per ton on eight months time with interest ELBEHTS note without a sample If you dont want a ton AT M A get order call and JEWELRY STORE Inclusive COME AND CONSULT ME THE WKEK OF Frankfort Ky G L HHNNEN GO TO- Eyes examined with the Oculist Test Case and the modern improved scientific instruments free of charge Frames Accurately Titled to the Face JOHN DRISGOLL TX3IE3 Â¬ LENSES GHDUND TO SUIT YOUR VISIDN LJQUOH MERCHANT For absolutely pure Whiskies Wines Bran Â¬ c for medicinal and family use dies d Anderson Co Whisky 2 per gallon Older goods at the Four-year-ol- Being a graduate Optician and making the errors of refraction a a specialty I am prepared to take charge of all eyes both old and young and fir them with glasses at the most moderate price same low rate E 0 ZEHAGEN Opthalmic Optician Lexington Ky 235 Broadway May 20 Cm Opposite Capitol Square ceoar Posts I have for sale 2000 AJNo 1 For CEDAR POSTS further particulars apply to me on my premises T N Arnold W McKEE HARD8E DRUGGIST Feb 2 tf HALLS OLD STAND FRANKFORT KY We keep a full line of DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES And cordially ask our friends to give us a call F0BSALE j bouin eiae craniuon aj July 14 4t SARAH STIVERS NE HOUSE AND LOT 548 SHORT STREET W McKEE HAKDIE Jan 21 lT t - - - - C L GrAYLE dVIi fl MhjU Mssmgaasa tujk s Vl - m O 32 ret BuuuarjuuuucjuuuuirjirjLUiL uj EIES yuucuLUkJuiuLuuuuacauii33CuucuiJuuuLUaLJUJUUcujLLULULaiccuujuuQu 3 OTTTCJIEai VE iICLiESs HARNESS AND SADDLERY K President Tar aiKXTTaiEaZIEIEe Secretary ca ca II nci OH At your own prices Until our annual invoice is taken on September 1st Ave will offer no lioo Vehicles at Cost to Manufacture na Uftl Together with our entire stock of Harness Saddles Bridles Bits Whips and Dusters Wheels Spokes and Materials of every kind go in All Leather ca ua no cm DQ DB no DEI EEJ BR THIS GREAT NO PROFIT SALE FOR CASH Everybody is buying so will you if you only come and get our prices ca ca en ca cm ca na ca en ca na cu ca en ca EO aa en ca ca en ca en ca en ca en ca en ca en ca en ca ra cu THE FRANKFORT JULY KENTUCKY 28 BUGGY TlARNESS WORKS - cacacacucucacucucacacacacucQcacuuaicacaLacacacaBacacuuauucik jcauau ca cacacaujcacacacacaccacauacauucJucicacucauacuuacaLijcacacJcacacaDU FRAMFORT ROUNDABOUT 1894 FRANKFORT - COLLEGE YOU WANTFOK First term of ensuing year will begin September course of study in WAR I AT WATKINSVILIiE Feetlble TO GKET I3T02Sr One Man Killed and Five Dan gerouHly Wounded at a YOUNG XDIKS 12 t A festival was given at Watkins ville a colored settlement in the edge of Scott county on the Stamping Ground and Woodlake turn- Â¬ pike on Saturday night at which a fight occurred in which Georpe Vinegar was killed Chas Rich- Â¬ ards received a bullet in the ab- Â¬ domen which will cause his death Gus Stone was shot in the right forearm and Ed Green in the leg Two others were slightly wounded by flying bullets and a third by running into a barbed wire fence in trying to get out of range Sam Coleman who has heretofore been a quiet good citizen is charged with firing the shot which killed Vinegar but no one seems to know who fired the others Â¬ Â¬ 1894 A full THIS OFFER Our inventory disclosing too much UPHOL Â¬ STERED FURNITURE We will until further notice offer at ENGLISH LATIN GREEK FRENCH GERMAN SPANISH LITERATURE COMPOSITION ELOCUTION CONVERSATION DELSARTE MUSIC OF ART MENTAL PHILOSOPHY ELEMENTS ETHICS CRITICI8M POLITICAL ECONOMY HISTORY NATU Â¬ RAL SCIENCES MATHEMATICS PRIMARY BRANCHES ABLE EFFICIENT FACULTY Â¬ Â¬ A gool home most pleasA flrt class college in every feature antly located in which most careful attention will be ivm to the culture health and comfort of pupils p Boys Admitted to the Academic Depart merit mary course also LE3- Prepare for admission to best Colleges and Univcrsitit s Ful For terms and further information apply to 3D- - DC 207 Second Street Fronting Bridge Pri- Â¬ rv Every piece of Upholstered Furniture our stock consisting of Parlor c Come while Suits Rockers Easy Chairs Sofas the assortment is unbroken in REDUGED PRIGE8 R ROGERS greatly a J BauuacLes President Iftf i i SON bo Getting Old Mr Isaac Williams celebrated his seventy fiist birthday on Tuesday at his home near this city and invited a number of relatives and friends to spend the day with him Four generations were represented on the occasion as he had his children grandchildren and great grandchildren to dine with him About fifty persons were present who spent a very pleasant day Â¬ tr t To Enlarge tlie Plant W xm rV Sinking Fund Commissioners have determined to go into the manufacture of furniture as well as chairs at the penitentiary machinery has been ordered for the purpose and arrangements made to place the outA broom factory will also put be started within the walls the coming fall The Board of Â¬ Â¬ si When Traveling Whether on pleasure bent or busiÂ¬ Grnurl Ijow Hate Excursion year olds the sensational half sister to Silent Brook Reddie To Cincinnati via the Xieen and Clay that has been a mile in 223 Crescent route Thui day AUjjut Dictators great 9th This excursion is run undtr Impetuous 224 daughter Flying Artillery half the aupicies of the Ladies Aid Geo Society of Georgetown Ky The brother to Eoline3 214 speedy Barnetta win- Â¬ rate lor the round trip from St Clairs ner of the first heat at Lexington Georgetown will be 160 children winner of the half fare Killona 229 Tickets good going on Harrodsburg stake Will Youngs all trains and n turning on any fast Eagle Flight the phenomenal regular train of date named This Wilton Colt Wilburn and others will give everybody time to spend will take the word In the Median a nice dny at the Zoo Hill Tops Guard Baron Crisp Coney Island ami to visit the ical stake Ondale Wilson Rachel Airline numerous places of interest in Ora Clay Gilbert Zuletta Claiet Cincinnati and vicinitv and other good In the will struggle for the prize Awarded Association Stake there will be a Highest Honors Worlds Pair great field including Claymore May Day the Helen Levburn Aeleta Nell e two Penelopes c In Chatteron Dave Cook the Surprise Stake the eligible starters include Belle Red Guards Â¬ man Red Pointer Ella Belmont Eurebus Capstone Noblesse An glino Neal Walbeck Winchester Birdie Clay Claude MBillSykes Joker Maggie Lewis and Ida Greenlander These races to- Â¬ gether with those for the 215 211 223 227 and 235 cla s trotters and 222 pacers which close August 7th insure some MOST PERFECT MADE very high class trotting during the A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Frea week of the Lexington Fair from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant August 28th to September 1st 40 YEARS THE STANDARD three-year-olds cacacacaracrirricarricacanarn cacriracncacaGBcacacaEacaea ca 2 1 na ca RiS nn We believe in plain en na Advertise no baits they are misleading c business methods to give each and every patron equal value liu You think that is the proper way for an honet reliable mer- - S3 ca chant What lasting advantage can a dealer attain who habit- - pa BE ca ca ually deceives WE rV Riim IN en bh ca na BE ai4 ujj Us that we handle the finest grades of gpod reliable Men gg nn Women and Childrens Shoes and we aluavs aim to be the rca lowest in prices ca mI 1ft BELIEVE Hats Caps School Books c ca en cu na ua na na L5J Mm BAKING ca ca uu ca ca ca azi ca na vzu ra uu na a2il too frequently resorted to by some but we maintain our r bq old honest methods that have stood the test of 30 years with gf ca na ra you and are here still rn Are na DECEPTIONS McCLURE ca cu ca PfflDHt I ca ca ILJ R na ra DEI na ca gff he Old Reliable Shoe Dealers uiu rrncrtrsrnnnGEannrrnrnr rncrtcrsnncnEamoacacncncaori1 I ca cot cu SON ca nn ua na sr m t Ff ness take on every trip a bottle of Syrup of Figs as it acts most pleasantly and effectually on the kidneys liver and bowels pre headaches and venting fevers For sale other forms of sickness in 50c and 1 bottles by all lead- Â¬ Manufactured by ing druggists the California Fig Syrup Co only DR W KELLEY prominent contractor and builder N Y was a great smoker of Adams OF CINCINNATI O will be at the for yearn He liked his cigar but did not like tho seriouB throat trouble that began to come upon him in the IN LEXINKTON KY shape of a bunch or growthv As he expressed it he was afraid he was Saturday August 4 1804 going to have a Grant throat At 8auirday Aufjust 18 18tJ4 this stage he began using Dr Hales HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without surgics Household Ointment applying it operation iiu l with little or no pain directly to the bunch inside his A Win II Wheeler fhobbtxs zsotei RKKKKENCES r 17 n 109 23 90 WHAT DOES IT MEAN Racing at the Fair the Agricultural Stake for i1 Many who love horses and love to see them race refuse to attend the trotting meetings because of the betting connected with them For such the Lexington Fair August 28 to September 1 offers an opportunity to see the very IF VOVJt HACK ACTtT8 worn out really are Two Or you Inc all U general debilitygood for noth Try best racing this summer It races will be trotted each day In It will cure you cleans your Hr and give good appetite two- a of this treatment entirely cured the bad throat and Mr Wheel er states that it worked a most won derful cure in his case and that he re gards Dr Hales Household Ointment as the greatest medicine of the 10th century It cures all inflammation 25c and 50c boxes at P H Carpen t ters drug store few weekB Â¬ Â¬ throat several times eaoli day A J W McKee A J cott FruukfoM Aiithoii Lead Kiunkfurt T fctatfii traiikruit Ky K V Hurdle Krmklort Ky K K It rnftni that tha Queen and Crtirrnt KouU It 11 rnllti iherttut lntwcm Cincinnati ami Lexington VJiniln ihorutt Cincinnati to Iltr mlnnhnmi fAmll thortctt Cincinnati to tw Orleim iwiniltiithorleit Cincinnati to Cluttanvuea Atlanta cr JnokfonvilW Florida Â¬ Hev L P llulett Heiihwn Ky A H McOlure Hrunktort Kj V J Hughes FrinMort Kj David Moore lie immi K jasM WlthroM i rtukfoit Ky DR KELLEYS ofllceand resMence Is at 269 West EUslith streetClnclnnatl and where be may be found every day ol each week except SATUR Â¬ Burbench Frankfort SOLiD VESTIBULED TRAINS tttween jKitt rointa Thronth Cars to Yickibnrit anil MireTt OuIt lluu running throupli care Cincinnati to Hnoxville aul AiheTille N V Dirtit line to Tuai and Mexiio via New Orlean or Tin Shrevtort Aik agenta about touri to California From Loulivllle Mhrlt villa and Lawrnictlurndiriit couuectloa it suule at LtilcgUai HU mitulid tralua to all I oistj boutfi W C IUNEARSOX Otnl 1iuir Agent Cinclnoatl 0 Ml of the above DAYS Piimplilets describing these diseases and the mode ot treatment1 sent tree to uny one V KKLLiY M D by addressing 259 W Eight St Cincinnati 0 CONSULTATION FREE fk QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE Ji ilWhmm VmJUSn lJt ytttfutttfHMffeigiuiaMMuiiftdiidMA f ria A -- i n w jv tMMfrWrff jFT V REIIDXJCEi We will for the next 30 days offer our entire stock of TOCK Vehicles and Harness Under Stationary juid Jump Our vehicles consist of c made by the following Seat Surreys Light Road Wagons Spring Wagons Standard Manufacturers Columbian Buggy Co H EL Babcock Co Troy Carriage C Woodhull Sayres Co Troy Buggy Works Lideigh Carriage Co W Scovell and Overman Carriage Co HT COSTCut Carriages Buggies MBpiliilliiliifiiiliill 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 V1 county and still has many friends Baptist Church There will be no Ayres Mrs T Burge Ayres here who regret to hear of his death services to morrow the pastor being died at the home of her husband He owned the farm upon which Mr Stephen Black now resides and absent on his vacation Ohio on Sat- Â¬ Chapel at 930 near Hillsborough Sunday school in the built the house in which he lives urday the 14th inst in the 65th a m He was a of the late The deceased year of her age Dandridge Freeman a prominent Catholic Church Rev Father was the mother of Mrs Hugh R farmer of this county W E Qorey the pastor will conduct Ayres of the city and was raised services at Church of the Good the Wills The infant child of Mr here her maiden name being Shepherd to morrow John Wills died Sunday night at Low mass at 8 a m High mass at Deborah Jones 10 a m Benediction after first mass Buttimer Frank the little son the home of its parents on Wilkin- Â¬ son street Christian Church Rev George of Mr John Buttimer who has Darsie preaches at 11 a m been ill with diphtheria died at Lost At the Forks of Elkhorn service No night the home of his parents on High during the Breckinridge speaking and Wednesday morning morning View Episcopal Church The on Saturday July 21st a ladies Â¬ service to morrow will be conducted the remains were buried Wednes small gold watch and chain A by Rev R L McCready the rector day afternoon liberal reward will be given for No service at night Co Foree Mrs John Foree died return of same to Starks 47 it First Presbyterian Church Â¬ at the home of her husband inÂ¬ Midway Ky Rev Mr Lindsey will occupy the pul thin county Sunday and the repit to morrow at 11 oclock No mains were taken to Bagdad Mon- Â¬ service at night day for interment Mr Charles Mc- Methodist Church Rev Dr McDakiel Oadesman Pope President of the j Daniel died Tuesday night at the Millersburg Female College will father Mr James preach to morrow morning at 11 home of his McDaniel in this county after a oclock No service at night The Sunday school meets at 930 a m brief illness aged 17 years funeral took place Wednesday and Southern Presbyterian Ohurch the remains were buried in the Rev D Clay Lilly the pastor will occupy his pulpit to morrow cemetery in this city morning at 11 oclock Union service ONan Mr Chas ONan died at night Friday of last week at his hfime Sunday school at 930 near the mouth of Elkhorn in Rev J K P South will preach at this county His funeral took Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant Antioch Church to morrow morning place Saturday afternoon and refreshing to the taste and acts at 11 oclock Phillips Mr T B Phillips gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Rev George Darsie begins a series the expert accountant died sud- Â¬ Liver aud Bowels cleanses the sys colds head tem of meetings at Waddy Shelby county denly at his home in Lexington acheseffectually dispelscures habitual and fevers and to morrpw Sunday night Saturday morning of heart disease constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro The Union services will be held to The deceased was well known in duced pleasing to the taste and ac morrow evening at the Southern this city where he lived some ceptable to the stomach prompt in Rev H G Presbyterian Ohurch its action and truly beneficial m its twenty years ago Henderson will deliver the discourse eflects prepared only from the moat Salvers Elizabeth the infant healthy and agreeable substances its Rev W J Howe of Crawfordsville daughter of Mr I N Salyers many excellent qualities commend it lWUUjUwU AUU1U11U Jw died Wednesday morning at the to all and have made it the most meBtintr at the Bridgeport Christian popular remedy known Largo con- Â¬ home of her parents on Second Ohurch Tuesday night Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and 81 bottles by all leading druggregations are attending each even Â¬ street aged 8 months Any reliable druggist who ing and the meeting promises to do Thurman Rev R L Thur gists His may not have it on hand will progreat good in the community man a well known Baptist minis- cure it promptly for any one who meeting held in the same church one year ago Resulted in seventy addi ter died at his home in Bardstown wishes to try it Do not accept any on Saturday July 7th aged jg substitute tions The deceased was for CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder years SAN FRANCISCO CAL NEW YORK NY LOUISVILLE KY many years a resident of this Worlds Fair Highest Award son-in-la- - BROTHERS MASTIN RELIGIOUS Deaths L B MARSHALL W A GAINES L B MARSHALL CO Real Estate and Insurance Ags Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a Real estate bought sold or leased share of the insurance patronage line of both city and country property for sale at all times A good OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET H FOR SALE on Taylor avenue This Is good property and will be gold on easy payments to tlw right party It you are Interested come quick Life Insurance bought and sold and loans negotiated Two FRME cottages of four rooms FOR RENT TWO STORY FRAME RESIDENCE OF seven rooms with lare grounds on Murray Mreet South Side 1 A FORJ3ALE TWO Is very valuable property STORY FRUIERESIPENCE OF6ROOMS Lewis street with lot 53 by 10G feet This FOR SALE FINE FARM OF 210 ACRES FINELY Lo- Â¬ cated 8 miles from Frankfort on a good turnpike roud upon which there Is u brick resi Â¬ dence of 5 rooms a tenement of four rooms and all other necessary Improvements This land Is In a high state of cultivation the Improvements are in line condition and In order to make a quick sale will be offered at u burgaln stock of goods und a well established prontablo trade This Is a fine opportunity for a man with capital BEST BUSINESS E3TABLI3H ONE OF THE city consisting of good clean In the FORALE A 1 FOR SALE A FARM OF 253 ACRES 3 MILES FROM Frankfort on a good turnpike road with a x ON KXJOYS Â¬ Â¬ residence of tl rooms 2 tenement bouses 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 and In llrst cass condition This farm has a 14 acres quantity of tine tobacco lund and would also make Is good property and Is offered at a bargain u first class stock farm It also has u young pencil orchard ot u thousand trees besides other fruit FOR SALE S 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FARM OF COACHES WITH 2 RESIDENCES two and other necessary Improvements This property is all In miles from Frankfort grass and would make an excellent Dairy or A FOR SALE FOR SALE and is well located 7 ROOMS ON HOLMES EESIDENCE uF property has a lot 07 by 160 feet s Garden furm L S B B Holmes MARSHALL CO Fosteb Baird Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Goods Toilet Articles Soaps Perfumery Patent Medicines DEALERS in Fancy for Willards Cough Balsam Orders sent promptly to all agents TELEPHONE RING 44- parts of the city June 2 ly JLyjiitMHLdblilL XtLtJf 8wMBgBa5ggJBHHagKOJPigHCnjgglawr - - r W8t J--- a IHVHFTnKKMIH agfcWhlKBSi m 10000 Bolts Wall Paper at Greatly Reduced Prices Screen Wire Screen Doors and Windows ck 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 1 in need of them Oor Main and Lewis Streets Base Bull Lexington Beaten On Friday afternoon of last week tne Lexingtons had the tables turned on them again the home team with Semple in the box defeating them much more easily than the score 5 Lindsay to 4 would indicate Hale who umpired was some- Â¬ what off in his decisions as he called Wicks Lindtey and Pen Merchant out at home when Schabel failed to touch them al- Â¬ though from where the umpire was standing near the pitchers box it must certainly have ap- Â¬ peared that he did Hales fault was in the fact that he did not take position where he could watch the plays more closely Little Leake who came from Clarksvillewith Semple made his debut at short in this game and both he and Semple made them- Â¬ selves solid with the spectators The field work of both teams was good Merchants and Halls bat-Â¬ ting was one of the features of the game The score Frankfort Barret Hall On the above and hundreds of other articles we are making unusually low prices Do not fail to call when m C All R P PO A M A COLLINS played in the remarkably fast time of one hour and seventeen minutes which shows how sharp the work was The score Leake ss Opposite the Farmers Bank R 0HOATE The score Fkankfokt Hall 2b Lindsoy H lb Burke 6b LInclsey Vc Merchant If Tunnenill cf p VunDerveer In 0 1 1 Ml E Barret rf 0 1 1 3 3 4 4 3 3 11 0 0 0 tl 0 2 0 6 1 0 0 3 1 1 Now we havent a word to say We are crushed annihilated The mournful tale is told by the score Leake ss Formerly of Wakefield L H Choate FINNELL Leake ss Totals p cf 3 2 4 SO r U PLAOTG MILL AND 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 2 ISO 10 0 0 0 0 Frankfort c AB R IB 0 2 1 1 1 SU IO 0 1 A h 1 1 11 Frankfort ab b 1b sn ro 0 0 0 0 2 4 4 4 0 1 1 A 1 27 19 A Versailles Brown ss Keaman Reamiin P 2b Davis Bradley p VunWInble 3b McGrew If Hacli rf ad r In sn ro Jcf 4 Hall 2b Llndsey H E Burke 3b Ryan lb 2 7 0 n i 0 8 Berry lb Totals Innings Frankfort Versailles 0 10 100110 10 0 0 0 8 3 4 0 0 0 8 43 12 5 6 1 0 2 Llndsey W c 0 VanDerveer cf 1 Tannehlll p Merchant If Totals 4 3 3 4 4 4 3 3 3 31 AB 10 E 1 0 140 0 2 0 121150 11 0 3 0 0 0 1 116 10 0 0 0 0 2 3 4 0 0 0 0 12 0 4 0 0 0 Semple Burke 3b Kjan lb Birret 2b Merchant If Hall 0 1 14 0 2 4 vanuerveer Swango rf Totals p cf cf p 3 4 3 31 AB 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 R 0 1 0 1 15 3 3 1 0 0 6 0 0 3 0 0 27 5 0 6 0 2 0 2 2 0 17 A 0 0 1 HOGSHEAD Congleton Bros DOORS FACTORY 0 0 0 0 3 E 1 0 1 0 0 0 4 PURCHASED THE PLANING MILL HAVING tobacco hogshead factory of Messrs I am prepared to furnish SHINGLES SASH TURNED WORK BLINDS STAIR WORK FRAMES -- 1 6 27 18 Lexinoton Wallace Paris Myers Lucas 27 16 7 8 9 I 4 Fuller 2b 000000010 24020000 12 T 1 Poeue lb If cf 3 3 4 8 Earned Buns Versailles 8 Two Base Hit P Reaman Three Base Hit Davis Stolen Bases Tannehlll VanWInkle Double Plays Bradley to Berry Brown to P Reaman to Berry Bases on Balls Off Tannehlll 1 Struck Out By Bradley 4 by Tannehlll 4 Time of Game 135 Umpire John Cohen Scorer M B Barret THE FINEST GAME OF THE SEASON Â¬ Hellman 3b Hornberger ss Glbner c Curtis rf Lawrence p 3 3 3 3 4 28 3000 0 1 R IB SB TO 0 0 5 1 0 0 0 0 0 14 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 4 0 0 0 cf A E Johnson p Wutz 2b 3 0 Berte ss 0 0 McGowan 3b 1 0 Schabel c 0 Scott lb 2 Brown If 5 Gagen rf 3 0 1 6210 100 5420010 6 7 IB SB PO 1 6 5 6 3 51 7440420 3 2 2 26 2 4 1 3 5 5 0 0 0 0 4 3 7 7 1 3 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 IND ALL KINDS OF- - 1 2 22 0 0 0 0 1 0 Finish For a Souse and a 0 2 5 6 0 0 7 V7 0 0 2 Totals Innings Frankfort Lexington Totals Innlncs Frankfort Paris 15 8 9 000000100 000000000 12 T 1 12345678 0000020002 37 14026 2 2 2 as well as tobaco hogsheads Factory one 0 27 11 half blocks from Pott Ofllce on river front A share of public patronage is solicited 9 T 23 0 Earned Runs Lexington 14 Frankfort 2 Two Base Hits Hall Ryan Berte McGowan Gagen CHOATE Sept 2 lr FINNELL The game with Paris on Tuesday at Thorn Hill Park was the finest of the season if not the The Farmdale Club will play The the St Clair street nine at Thorn best game ever seen here management telegraphed to Cin- Hill Park Monday afternoon at Â¬ Two Base Hit W Llndsey Merchant Stolen Bases Merchant Double Play Leake to Hall to Ryan Bases on Balls Off Lawrence 2 Tannehill Struck Out By Lawrence 3 Tunnehlll 5 Passed Balls Llndsey Time of Game 117 Umpire Ben Marshall 2 Tnree Base Hit Brown POSITIONS GUARANTEED Home Runs Berte 3 Scott Brown Stolen Bases Schabel Gagen under reasonable conditions Our FREE 96 page Double Plays Johnson to Wentz to Scott catalogue will explain why we can afford it Bases on Balla Off Semple 1 off VanDerveer Draughons Practical Business College 4 off Johnson 3 NASHVILLE TENN Write for catalogue Hit by Pitcher Gagen Johnson Leake Barret Book keeping Shorthand Penmanihlp and Teto Struck Out By Johnson 4 by Semple 1 by We spend more money in the interest of graphy VanDerveer 3 our EraployraentDepartraent than half the Business Passed Balls Hall 2 Colleges take in as tuition 4 weeks by our method teaching book keeping is equal to 12 weeks by the Time of Game 1 5 old plan 1 1 teachers 600 students past year no Umpire Crow vacation enter any time Cheap Board We have recently prepared books especially adapted to Scorer Barret 3 ah 5 5 6 S r 0 1 1b sn 0 0 0 0 0 ro 0 2 15 1 A e 2 1 Llndsey H- - lb Burke 3b Merchant It Semple p Leake ss VanDerveer Llndsey W 2b rf c 3 5 4 4 3 SJ 130 12 0 12 0 1310 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 ti 1 0 1 5 0 2 0 110 3 3 0 0 0 cf 0 0 0 0 15 0 4 Totals 5 13 27 Lexington Wallace cf Bene ss Wentz 2b Scott lb Brown If McGowan Sb Schabel c Hagen p Conover rf ab 4 4 5 4 4 r 0 0 1 In sn ro 0 0 0 0 5 5 6 1 a r 3 2 3 4 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 2 U 0 0 2 9 0 0 2 2 4 0 1 Totals Innings Frankfort Lexington i i 27 14 5 12345678 01013000 02000010 9 T 5 0 1 4 1 1 Earned Runs Frankfort 3 Three Base Hit Mercnuhti Stolen Bases Merchant fttcdowan Gagen Double Plays McGowp to Wentz to Scott Bases on Balls Off Semple 4 off Gagen 1 Hit by Pitcher W Llndsey 2 McGowun Struck Out By Gagen 2 Semple 6 Passed Bulls Llndsey 3 Time of Game 1 50 Umpire Lindsay Hale VERSAILLES DOES US SOME MORE The Versailles Club which we have heretofore taken occasion to say was the strongest one which the home team has played this season took us into camp very easily at Versailles on Monday VanDerveer was in the box and in the first and second innings after several bad errors had spoiled the chances offered to retire the side he was hit so freely that it was deemed best to substitute Tanne hill Six runs had already been made by the Woodford county lads however and the game was never in doubt as Bradley was a Chinese puzzle to the Frankfort Our only run was scored boys in the seventh when Frank Barret got his base on balls was sacrificed to second and third and came This game home on an error was a great disappointment to the local patrons of the sport as they had confidently expected our team to break Versailles winning streak cinnati for Ryan a new first baseman on Monday night and he arrived in time for the game He is over six feet high and has splendid reach lack of which was the greatest objection to Henry Lind sey as a first baseman Henry played in right field and although he had nothing to do there he made a pretty hit The feature of the game was Tannehills pitching which was But one ball was simply superb knocked out of the diamond by the visitors during the game that being Gibners hit and he was thrown out trying to make two bases oh St Merchant assisting to Hall Not a man of the Paris team reached third base and the other hit which Is credited to Lucas was a rank scratch the ball strikingn front of the plate and rolling slowly toward third It wasnt a bunt either as Lucas hit as hard as he knew how but didnt land squarely on the sphere The fielding on both sides was magnificent The home team is charged with four errors but only one of these was rank and none of them amounted to anything the runner in each instance being Pen Merchant forced at second made the only run of the game in He took first on the seventh balls stole second and came home W Lindseys two bagger on which Lucas made a hard run for The and missed by a few inches locals had men on bases in nearly every inning but the necessary hits failed to materialize except in the seventh Lawrence pitched a game which would win nine times out of ten but he was not it with Tannehill There was some kicking by the Paris boys against Pen Merchants being declare safe on his steal of second just before he scored the winning run but we do not think the circumstances justified them Ben Marshall umpired in an im Â¬ The game was partial manner Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HOME STUDY The nines are evenly flow to Become Fleshy Sent on 60 days trial Write us and explain your wants NB We pay 5 cash for all va- Â¬ matched and a good game is excancies as book keepers stenoeraDhers teachers Dr Miles Nervine not only cares all lerks etc reported to us provided we fill same pected The admission will be nervous diseases headache blues Julyl4 16f nervous prostration sleeplessness only 15 cents neuralgia St Vitus dance fits and hysteria but also buildB up the body I am pleased to say that after vears NOTES of intense sufforinir with nervous dis Â¬ Little Leakes playing at short ease headache and prostration I tried has been the feature of all games and in Dr Miles Restorative Nervine two weeks gained eight poutide He is in weight I could not Fie down to since he joined the club sleep but now sleep perfectly easy also good at the bat and on the and am still improving wonderfully r I II II II I UaHBf Cannot say enough for the Nervine bases B Millard Dunkirk N Mrs L Y One Hall and Burke have been cov- ana gained customer used Nervine fifteen pounds in flesh Maybury ering second and third in a man- says Brown N Y bolks and Cortland elegant ner which leaves nothing to be pooK ireo Trial w Gsiyles at J C Aug 28 Sept I Hall ha also been hit desired o AV C Owens Will Speak OAILY ting well but Burke has not yet Where N TROTTING iAC3ELS BICYCLC struck his gait in this respect T Since we published last week Championship Athletic Contests E the list of appointments of Hon Although Djck VanDerveer was Largest Poultry Show Ever Given S in the box during those two fatal W C Owens Candidate for ConFINEST SHOW ON EARTH T the hits gress in this district some changes innings in Versailles Stock Flowers Womens Work Etc S which were made off him in each have been made in the places at The follow- Excursion Rates on All Railroads I came after two men were out and which he will speak chances had been given to retire ing is the revised list in America Tuesday Best Equipped Grounds Forks of Elkhorn the third LADIES AND CHILDREN FIEE FIRST DAY The Paris Club is composed of July 31st Polsgrove Wednesday August BENS FOR CATALOGUE a gentlemanly lot of players and 1st HORACE W WILSON Secy although they did some kicking SHELBY T HARBI80N Prest Bald Knob School House it was not of the offensive sort 330 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ n LEXINGTON F0IR - iftif P 0-fa r Â¬ sa Â¬ Â¬ V JCi Versailles has been cleaning up everybody lately Lexington and Paris can both testify to this fact Pen Merchant has been doing some tall slugging in recent games and he is a good man to get around the bases when he reaches His three bagger in Frifirst days game with Lexington was really a home run but Hale couldnt see it that way Thursday August 2d Speaking at each place will commence at 3 oclock p m He will also address the people of the city and county at the Court House in this city on Monday August 6th at 2 p m -- Â¬ t2se 3 1 TEXE- - at MO NON ROUTE The Direct and Popular Line to Â¬ i m Â¬ There were four Frankfort boys in the team in Tuesdays game with Paris The only sc re of the game two thirds of the hits and all the bases on balls gathered in by these They knew how to gauge rence better than the others ing so frequently faced him he was with Pleasureville W H Nelson who is in the drug has so business at Kingviile Mo much confidence in Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy that he warrants every bottle and offers to refund the money to any customer who is not satisfied after using it Mr Nelson takes no risk in doing this because the remedy is a certain cure for the diseases for which it is intended and he knows it It is for sale by Phil Carpenter the South Sido Druggist CHICAGO And all Points NORTH and WEST c were The fuor Law- Â¬ hav- Â¬ Kentucky Buggy imnys Sale Com- - Vestibuled Trains Diuiag- Car Services Palace Chair Cars Fulman Buffet Sleepers - Attention is called to the offer Harof the Kentucky Buggy And Only First Classs Accommodations For Further Information Address Pi A Â¬ Stock of vehicles when ness Works W G Crush D A harness saddles and materials of BLBryan CP kinds at cost of making them LOUISVILLE KY preparatory to their yearly in- Â¬ GOOD GRACIOUS They also offer several voice OR The above was written before second buggies hand and Wednesdays game at Lexington sunies at very low prices Jas Barker G P A Chicago itV 111 itjjtautjbijL nmvwlim JW LuktfiAi uMmmttmum irmifmrnwmk mutmttfmUmtahfMimtnA y V - rV L I I CONSOLIDATI ON 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 Beiow we quote bargains that should close every dollars worth in the next 30 days CHILDRENS ft 4 4 PANTS Ages 4 5 and Go at KNEE G BOYS BLACK STOCKINGS - MENS FANCY SOCKS 124c were 25c MENS N I G H T MENS 49c were M COTTON GOc 15c were 85c 12c BOYS were 20c SHIRTS 35c MENS PK BOSOM SHIRTS 75c were 150 AND MENS SUSPENDERS 25c were 50c i PANTS and 75c v CHILDRENS PANTS KNEE STOCKINGS BOYS WAISTS E N S NEGLIGEE SHIRTS FRENCH LAWN AND PERCAL BOYS SUSPENDERS 38c were 50c 18c were 25c 19c were 30c 10c were 15c 100 were 200 BOYS STRAW HATS MENS CHEVIOT WORKING SHIRTS 38c were 50c MENS BLACK SOX 12Vc were 25c MENS CHEVIOT AND DOMESTIC SHIRTS 20c were 35c MENS TAN SHOES POINTED TOE FOR ONLY MENS BLACK LADTES OXFORDS POINTED TOE 99c were 125 GREY MIXED SOX 4c were 7 c A 25c were 50c ONE JOB LOT BOYS AND LADIES SHOES 75c were 200 and MENS JEANS PANTS 99c j were 150 to 200 150 MENS ALL LINEN COLLARS 199 were 300 ONE BIG LOT MISSES FINE SHOES 200 and 99c were LADIES OXFORDS LARGE SIZES FEW LEFT 250 OX- Â¬ 60c were 100 and 150 MENS FINE CASSI- MERE PANTS BARNARDS MAKE Only 249 were 400 and 500 LADIES OXFORDS vl 10c were 15c MENS ALL WOOL SUITS 30 DIFFER- ENT STYLES 800 were 1800 15- 00 LADIES TAN 1200 BLACK AND FORDS 115 were 150 BOYS LONG PANTS SUITS ALL WOOL BOYS 500 were 1000 MENS FANCY D B VESTS NEW STYLES 99c were 150 MENS HAND SEWED TAN SHOES LATEST SHAPES only 399 were 500 299 were 500 ALltWOOL SUITS 750 were 1200 and 1000 LONG PANTS MENS DARK BLUE FANCY WORSTED SUITS 1250 were 1800 MENS BLUE CHEVIOT SUITS MENS 1000 were 1500 CLAY SHORT CUT SUITS 1500 were 2500 FINE MENS WHITE LAWN TIES 3 doz for 25c ONE BOYS LOW CUT TAN SHOES ALL SIZES 150 were 2 00 CHILDRENS LINEN PANTS 87 CELLULOID LARS COL- - c were 50c 10c were 20c PATENT LEATHER SHOES HAND SEWED only 250 were 400 ONE LARGE LOT LADIES J3i n LOT MENS SUITS CHILDRENS l5 ALL 600 were 1000 WOOL SUITS Age 5 to 15 years 299 were 4 and 5 w 4CJE1CT jErCrZEXjES3EC The King Fislicrs Camp Hermit XES Â¬ r i Hubbard Lake Mich July 15 1894 Editor Roundabout Since writing you last Furrand Payne have reached camp coming in over the horrible corduroy road in a tanbark coach without springs As they alighted both concurred in the declaration that there wasnt much danger of our facing bothered with too much company and as for the marrow in their bones they were not sure it hadnt been displaced by the jolts they received en route A few days ago three of the Messrs party from Cincinnati Foulds and Hall and Dr Taylor also arrived by sailboat from the lower end ol the lake avoiding the corduroy pleasure drive so that our party is now complete consisting of ten including the cook The fishing has been sufficiently attractive and productive to give excellent sport small mouth black fighting bass of distinguished qualities constituting the chief denizens of the lake To date excluding trout pickerel and ring perch with a few hours fishing each day by a portion of the party as some often preferred re- Â¬ maining in camp or taking a stroll through the forest there has been taken 152 bass weighing Of these two 374JA pounds pounders and twelve were 4 were 4 pounders besides a very large number running between 3 As the small and 4 pounds mouth black bass is a fish that rarely attains a weight of 6 or 7 pounds though catches of that size now and then occur the waters of Hubbard Lake may be taken as especially noteworthy for a habitat of that species Not a single large mouth black bass has yet been taken in the lake for which the party give due thanks as none of them hanker for such denizens of the deep The tat S pickerel taken were from the dam at the outlet and the trout from small streams two or three miles in As for ring perch the woods often served at restaurants and fishing resorts as trout we could easily fill a wagon with them as they are almost as numerous as And fros were once in Egypt they are not bad eating The party has a good supply of row boats including two can- Â¬ vas boats and four or five miles at a stretch or half a days rowing is now considered only an ordinary exercise of the muscles A party of twelve from a small town near the railroad including five or six ladies were encamped in the woods near us for several Messrs days and paid us a visit and Payne did the honors of Furr entertaining tlie ladies during a brief visit to our camp most of the others being out fishing giving them tolu to chew and a wild flower button hole boquet They agreed to draw straws for Mr Payne as being the most available man we had to dispose of but he evidently tried to make a corner on the market by selecting a young lass of eighteen and putting her to work sewing up his As subsequently mosquito bar he escorted the handsome young lady home in his boat to her woodland camp and has been looking quite sad and lonely we take it for granted there will be one man short on the return trip to Kentucky and railroad tickets to sell to the scalpers The old hermit who lives in his log cabin in the edge of the forest De- Â¬ close by is quite a character voted to his chickens and cats his only companions during most of the year he talks to them as if they were children Occasionally if they misbehave in anyway he scolds them with great petulance On yesterday he found six hens in uwee ucsia uiiu iiaiy an ck and his temper gave way at once and followed by a storm of rocks the fowls took to the woods in Â¬ wild afright cackling loudly His cats follow him around with eviHe declines to dent affection keep a dog as being too expensive Dandruff Kills JOHN ECHOLS ST JOHN BOYLE ECKIVKR8 VI id a change of diet as we came across a hunter who had found a sheep in the woods dead as he expressed it We prevailed upon him to give us a quarter of the animal and found it quite savory The weather has favored us greatly only occasional showers interrupting our fishing The thermometer twice fell to 42at CUIUS THE night and usually hangs aoout SCALP Ai EN p rising during the day to 70 LIVENS THE 50 or So0 Air bracing and odorous with pine hemlock and balsam For Sale by h Â¬ to feed A day or two ago we U the Hair tHAMPDKA ABSGLUTELY REMOVES DAND C 0 Tie S W R R THE MISSKSIPPI VALLEY ROUTE H memis Limited MEMPHIS RUFF ONLY ONE NIGHTS RIDE LOUISVILLE TQ B pg 111 IS THE MOST PERFECT SERVICE TO S R S All w TV MEMPHIS VICKSBURG NEW ORLEANS AND ALL POINTS 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 25o atid 50c a bottle at P H Carpenters drug store a Â¬ 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¬ Its a Mistake Druggists fet 10 t TIUUE MARK South and uddress Southwest n -- ly Rates Tickets and all information furnished by Ticket Agent ol any Rullwuy Co ir not I IOST IN QUANTITY BEST IN OUALI1 WJMoBRIDE Traveling Pass WORMS Aiwnt Louis Me Ky General Passenger Agent Louisville TBLYNOH Ky vermifuge 20 EVERY 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jm 85 903 NORTH Lv Louisville Anchorage Peweo Valley M P M No 18 No 20 No 22 No 24 CURES HOTHING BUT PILES Lagrange Kniliitnce Pleasurevllle Bagdad Midway and CERTAIN CURE known for IB years as the BEST REMEDY for PILES SOLD riepjriibjr Mil 12 1 Frankfort J nrlrtr Station Ar Lexington 735 811 824 860 920 933 949 102 1045 10P5 1111 1130 410 448 515 S42 005 635 fr50 41 654 G20 7 05 783 758 800 825 029 85 020 Yarnallton to 46 4t Wm Cromwell 8ICHABDS0W DT ALL DRUGGISTS C08T LOUIO 94G 1005 830 402 410 428 450 456 509 535 559 606 621 640 i y you feel weak and all worn out take BROWNS IRON BITTERS V V If Job work neatly exe cuted at this office jf u I Â¬ No 24 will stop at Anchonure and Ghristinnsburg passengers for for Lexington and points beyond Nob 17 19 and 21 oouuect at Lagrange for Cinoinnati No 19 and 21 oonnect at Auohorage for Bloomfleld Brauoh ijjtt Jf t t i - Za jdV J fcy lk1 l- - llllMWsWwwfri JJjjJiBfl5a W