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V liTWIiri ruBmtijm tttwrifltn i r- - mjjMmk - tPmmm fm ff THE PRAfflFOET RoraDiBOUT GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPEIU DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance NO YOL XVII Highest of all in Leavening Power FRANKFORT KY SATURDAY AUtfUST 4 1894 Latest U S Govt Report 48 j State Sunday School Convcn- tion of the Sunday School Union will meet in The State Convention Baking m Business and Professional Directory BILLIARDS AND POOL V jsa CAUGHT A WIIAJK Powder dlfl Â¬ ABSOUTELY PURE badly dished and the harness broken but the horse was unhurt Mr Marshall carried an accident policy on his life until a short time ago when it ran out and instead of renewing the policy in the kindness of his heart loaned the money necessary to pay the premium to a needy friend so will draw no insurance from his injury Thats What Tciiiiic Gray at Star Islniul w SH- 4 M B fc ft v who has For the greatest held the position of general de Values in dry livery clerk for several months has resigned and was on Wednes goods fancy goods day succeeded by Mr Alex John- son who has been the distributing A Close Call And notions eyer clerk and Miss Joe Murphy has Mr L B Marshall was sitting been appointed to the position Seen in Frankfort in his buggy on Main street Mon- made vacant by the of1 promotion day afternoon when the alarm of Mr Johnson fire was sounded and drove his Tiled to Ditch a Train horse close up to the sidewalk in Just think of it 35 cents for front of Mr James Harrods resia dress pattern of Lawn or Challie Some scoundrel tried to ditch dence so as to be out of the way 8 nt for a lure Uwn toweL freight train No 29 on the L IC rent for wmnner minp nn fire department but when of the N kailroad at Jett s Station cents for a sallor stnuv hat 45 the hose wagon dashed bj his Saturday night by fastening a cents for a good pair of lace cur- horse became excited and began short piece of steel rail in the tains and everything else in pro to back forcing the rear of the The reason for doing frog of a switch The engine1 portion buggy so far out into the street struck it and knocked it aside so tms is t0 many goods and not enough money Must have room that when the hook and ladder that the tram passed over without for fai Q00cs wagon passed the hind wheel of leaving tne rails the wagon caught the wheel of the buggy jerking the vehicle around To Cieuiisi tlie Sysnm and throwing Mr Marshall out PricesTeli ana Every He fell under the buggy but held Effectually yet gently when coson to the reins and prevented his tive or billions or when the blood is impure or sluggish DodgTeiis tne PriGes to perma horse from running and dragging him on the street until persons nently cure habitual constipa who saw the accident could get to tion to awaken the kidneys and hts assistance He was severely liver to a healthy activity with bruised on the bin and ler and one out irritating or weakening them of his hands was cut in two places t0 disPcl headaches colds or lever but his injuries were not such as use SruP of 1mSsto confine him to the house Two j Dr PrIces Powder No 214 St Clair street next door to R K Of the Wheels of the buggy were A Pure Qnipe Cream ol Tartor Powder MeCltire Miss Katie Halloran I The following is from the Detroit Mich Journal of July 24th The prize catch of the present season at the Flats was made yes terday by M P Gray of Frank- Â¬ a guest of the Star fort Ky House who landed a black Island bass weighing six pounds and He also measuring 21 J inches caught three other large ones averaging nearly three pounds and pulled them all out with a Mr Gray was small Steele rod the lion of the day when he came into port with his big string Up to date this has been the banner season in all the history of the Star Island House Landlord Slocum said yesterday that during the 16 years the house had been before the public he had never before been so beseiged with appliIn cations for accomodations many instances he has been obliged to turn people away because of lack of room Son reel and He used a Milam small silk line made by the a Natchang silk company and will receive 25 in gold offered by the manufacturers of the line for the largest small mouth bass caught with a line of their make We have heard the suspicion expressed that the above was pub- Â¬ lished for the purpose of heading off the wonderful fish stories ex- Â¬ pected to be told by the King Fishers on their return but when Mr Gray returned home Tuesday he was able to establish the truth of the story by producing the bones of his monster bass and exhibiting the pole and line with which he Our little landed it as evidence Mascott is a hard man to head and when he goes a fishing he goes a fishing for whales Â¬ Â¬ Boy liun Over Mr H R Williams was driving a young horse down on the Lewis Ferry pike Monday evening and when near the power house of the electric railroad he met a car His horse became frightened and seeing it was going to attempt to run he called to some children in the road ahead of him to get out of One of them a little the way boy by the name of Smither who lives near Bridgeport was not quick enough and as the horse dashed up the pike he was knocked down nnd run over hv the hiicrnriv i rortunateiy tne venicie was a ngnt one and the little fellow was not seriously hurt escaping with a few bruises and a bad scare Mr Williams regrets exceedingly the accident but did all he could to avert it and no blame can attach to him G Russellville on the 28th of this CIIAS G PAYNE month and remain in session three Billiards and Pool TaZE- days It promises to be one of the The Club Main Shed greatest meetings ever held by The Finest Tables In the city Gymnasium and the union and all Sunday school Bowling Alleye attached workers of every denomination CONFKCTIONER should attend Reduced rates of transportation on the railroads fOHN R TODD 334 MAIN STREET Manufacturing have been obtained and the citi- Â¬ FRANKFORT K Confectioner zens of Russellville will entertain 41 St Clair Street all delegates free but in order to Home made Candles Fruits Nuts and Ice Cream LAWYERS obtain the reduced rates and en- Â¬ and Soda Water In season Cluars and Tobacco Near new brldce tertainment it is absolutely neces- Â¬ WM CROMWELL DRUGS sary that all delegates have certifi- Â¬ Attorney at Law cates a few of which have been W II AVERILL Frankfort Kentucky left at this office where any one Druggist Also Real Estate Agent Will practice In the wishing to attend the conventicn Courts of Franklin and the adjoining counties mid will also give special attenton to the pur Main Street opp City Hall chase and sale of real estate collection of rpnt can obtain them A generat stock or Dm Fine Stationery claims and the negotiation of loans There should be a full represen- Â¬ specialty Cigars and Tobacco Prescriptionsa compounded at all hours tation from every Sunday school W J CHINN R NO W R WILLIAMS CO in this county and delegates should Attorney at Law be appointed at once and when Druggists Frankfort Kentucky selected they should come and 314 Main Stieet Will practice In all St ite Court Office second get their certificates promptly so PrescrlDtlOIlS carefully nml nrwiritplv flllfil iit ill tloor Custom Houie that if the Supply is inadequate houra- Aeimeor Fancy Toilet Articles NEWSDEALER more may be obtained before the FLOUR AND FEED date of the meeting GUV BARRETT H MATTERS Fbiiianler Â¬ j - REOCK Well Bet 11 Cent I You will read this It is to call your 332 Main Street attention to the fact that Dr Hales Fincel Block South Side Fine Stationery Periodicals of all kinds Fancy Household Ointment is the finest Oysters Fish un l Game In season Choice Goods remedy in the world for general use 1Ickles and Preserves It takes away pains at once For PAINTERS cuts burns bruises neuralgia and a LIVERY hundred ailments one is apt to have You want it in the house all the W B BRIDGEFORD DARNELL time and after you have once MANGAN tried it you wont be without it 25 The Painter Fine Livery ana 50 cents a box at P H Oarpen- 6 tebs drucr store Terms Reasonable 10 St Clair Street DONALDSON Flour Meal Feed and Country Produce - vi News Dealer and Bookseller A 219 Main Street Wall Paper Paints Oils and Glass constantly on hand IfAKTStEIII Tell Your Neighbors Tell Your How To Save Money Bring house try to credit Dyspensia is it necessary Dr Hales Household Tea will cure it We have a great many testimo- Â¬ nials from people who say it has abso- Â¬ lutely cured them It is pleasant to take and cost only 25c and 50c a package at P H Carpenters drug b store Post Office Changes Isnt pleasant nor Friends 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 ti J rS Tell Ever body that This is the 3d and Last week Ruler Hose Lawn mowers Wire screen filotn AND A HUNDRED OF OTHER ITEMS Â¬ Â¬ M P GRAY HARDWARE MERCHANT Â¬ Black FINE Hursey DEALERS IN 4 HOPS and SUES a Â¬ Â¬ A COMPLETE LINE OF Â¬ TROTTING and RUNNING HORSE GOODS ALWAYS ON HAND v - HSTEINS creating mar 10 3m 232 ArrfcT -- stebbt Aa vl WsBtOiBtt IflUtaMbttUlfett in jr RnB TO r -- mimmitotoit jftiiif Mr TVTV V STOCK I will for the next 30 days offer everything in my 1 da rcanririsr5rrcarnEarnrirr3r tufrj usiKjL LykLLULJIJUUkJJIJLULlJUJtkUkJkJlJbbikJUkJkltJki CHINA DEPARTMENT 9 wa JkJkJkJkJKJUilbJkJUUKJkUkUSJUUUUkytkU At greatly reduced prices A brand new lct 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 PERSONAL Miss M Lockett Smith is visiting relatives in Harrodsburg Mr George Browder of Louisville is visiting friends in this city Rev R L McCready left Monday for Louisville to spend his vacation Mr Thos H Hind and wife of Chi Â¬ cago are visiting relatives in this city Mrs Harry B Case left Thursday j for a visit to relatives in Cumberland I Mnicl of Honor of the Second Â¬ liOUISVlTjIiTS TOBACCO MAR Â¬ KK Attorney General Hendrick is in New York City on business Mrs James Heeney will leave next week for Old Point Comfort MissVanda Nelson of Versailles is visiting friends in this city Mr Jas H Swango left Tuesday for a visit to Fair Grange Illinois Mr M D Averill jr is at home from his trip to Old Point Comfort Miss Maggie Dudley left Monday Maryland for a visit to friends in Winchester Prof James B Lea and wife of Miss Janie Dehoney will leave next Ozark Arkansas are visiting friends Monday to visit friends at Crescent in this city Hill Mrs John M Todd of Louisville Mr George Weitzel is home from spent Thursday and yesterday with Harvard where he graduated on June relatives in Bellepoint 26th Mrs Ben G Williams and daughter Mrs L Newberger of Louisville is returned Thursday from a sojourn of the guest of Mrs I Davis on St Clair several weeks at Forks of Elkhorn street Mrs M A McClure Miss Louise Commissioner McDowell and two McClure and Mr Turner McClure of daughters are at Waubeshau Wis- Winchester are visiting friends near consin Swallowfleld this county Mrs Jos E Fry of Louisville is the guest of Mrs J H Sheets this Mr Phil H Carpenter and wife returned Wednesday from a weeks county visit to West Baden Springs Indiana Mr Ed O Leigh returned Monday very much improved in health evening from a visit to Rockcastle Mr James Farra of Woodford Springs county who has been visiting his Mr Vernon L Clark returned home brother-in-laDr W H Dade in Tuesday from a visit of several days this city returned home Thursday to Chicago Mrs Anna Hopple of Cincinnati Miss Margaret Belle Lee of New is visiting relatives who has been visiting Mrs Geo W Albany Indiana Chinn on Main street returned home in this city Wednesday accompanied by Mrs Hon H F Duncan Insurance Com missioner and wife left Monday for Chinn New York Miss Nellie McChesney who has W F Dandridge returned been visiting Miss Anna Sheets this Mrs Monday from a visit to relatives in county for several weeks returned to her home in Nashville Tena Mon- Â¬ Winchester Mr Robert L Green and wife left day morning Tuesday for a visit to friends in MiBses Evelyn and Jessie Walbeck Augusta Ky of Louisville who have been visiting Miss Pearl Trumbo of Owingsville Mrs James A Murray at Glen Willis is visiting Mr and Mrs L A Trumbo left Monday evening for a visit to friends in Versailles at Jett Station Mrs T L Barbour returned Wed Misses Tina and Annie Thompson nesday from a visit to relatives in of Odessa Missouri and Miss Emma Clarksville Tennessee Thompson of Wilmore Jessamine Mr Thos Q Dick of St Louis Mo county are visiting Mrs J Pickett is visiting Mr John Hanley near Woodson in Bellepoint Jetts Station this county Mrs Downing and son Master Mr M P Gray wife and children Alvia of Louisville ana Misses returned Tuesday at noon from their Emma and Estella Anspaugh of Cov- Â¬ trip to Star Island Michigan ington are the guests of Mrs L D Miss Nina Parker of Lexington Hancock of this county who has been visiting friends in this Mrs H D McHenry and Mr Lem city returned home Monday McHenry jr of Hartford and Mr Mrs Eliza M Jordan of Mt Sterl- Elliott Johnson of Henderson at Â¬ ing is visiting the family of Mr M tended the funeral of Mrs D M H P Williams on Second street McHenry on Wednesday Mr M R Hameline and wife of Mr Attilla Norman of the Insur- Â¬ Mt Sterling who have been visiting ance Bureau left Tuesday for New relatives here returned home Tues- York to assist Commissioner Duncan day in the examination into the condition Misses Anna and Mamie Sullivan of the Now York Lifo Insurance Com- Â¬ Lena Lynch and Mr Rapp and wife pany left Thursday for a trip to Niagara Mr Jas W Hughes and wife and Falls Miss Loula Hughes of this city and Miss Elouise Trumbo and Miss Miss Mary Walby of Lexington Frank Brewer of Eminence are the left Tuesday morning for a ten days guests of Miss Jennie Jett near Jett sojourn at French Lick Springs Station Indiana Messrs Jos Robinson and John W Mr and Mrs T J Jett and their R Williams left Wednesday morning daughter Miss Myrtle of this county for a ton days vidt to French Lick who have been rusticating in the Springs Indiana mountains have juBt returned from Miss Mary Page and Mrs Mary Olympia Springs feeling very much Brown Day returned Monday from improved their trip to Old Point Comfort and A party composed of Hon Jas other points in Virginia Andrew Scott wife and daughters Miss Sallie Theobald who has been Misses Hattie and Emma Miss Ella visiting her mother in this city for Johnson and Messrs Howard Scott Heveral weeks left Wednesday for Howard Edmund and Will Rodman Now York to commence rehearsing left oer the Kentucky Midland for a new play in which she will ap Thursday for a trip to Niagara Falls pear the coming season and Canada Â¬ Â¬ It is the custom of the members of the staff of the Second Regiment Kentucky State Guard at their annual encampments to compliment some young lady by naming her Maid of Honor of the legiment for the ensuing year At the encampment at Paducah this year the right to name the young lady was given D Alvin Du- Â¬ vall of this city who is the Sur- Â¬ geon of the regiment and he con- Â¬ ferred the honor upon his neice little Miss Virginia Greenhow and the regiment was officially notified at drill on Wednesday Miss Virginia is as proud of the badge which her uncle has sent her to wear for the ensuing year as any young lady in her teens could possibly be KET FURNISHED BY GLOVER DURRETT LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Popular Excursion just closed amount to 2092 hhds with receipts for tho same period of 3258 hhds Sales on our market since Jan Â¬ Sales on our market for the week Niagara Falls 2 uary 1st amount to 102235 hhds Sales of the crop of 1893 on our market to BIG this date amount to 102318 hhds uur market this week has been Tuesday August Uthvery firm and active for the the medium good and fine grades of SIDE TRIPS TCT burley leaf but has been irregular and somewhat easier on the common grades In some parts of tho burley Lake Chautauqua Toronto an section especially the territory ad- Â¬ Thousand Islands jacent to Louisville the growing crop is in fine condition and promises well while in other localities it is This will be the grandest excursion of the season running through to Niagara Falls vliu suffering for want of rain Lade Shore Michigan Southern Ry following quotations fairly rep- Â¬ York Centralft R R with solid train ofand New The elegint to- Â¬ coaches reclining chair car and Wagner sleep Â¬ resent our market for burley any point and ing cars No change of cars at bacco 1893 crop Big Four no delays en route going or coming Trash darkor damaged Excursionists will not be compelled to layover 3 50 at junction points for connections Tickets good 2 50 tobacco 5 00 returning on all regular trains within llvedays Common Oolory trash 4 00 from dnte of sale Thousand Island tickets to good colory Medium good ten days from date of sale FOIIOUTE - ri I 11 Jamestown Weed Poison Mr James Andrew Tracy Doc of the Pea Ridge neighborhood this county has a little boy who is in a dangerous condition from eating the seed pods of the James- Â¬ town weed Tiie poison contained in the seed has caused his body to swell up so very much that grave fears are entertained of his recovery Common lugs not colory 4 50 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 ONLY 5 ROUND TRIP 10 00 12 10 18 Selector wrappery From Cincinnati to Niagara Falls 5C 00 Only 1 more to Toronto and re Â¬ turn Only 85 more to Thousand 00 l 18 OOfaj 24 50 Islands and return to Four Big Successes Having the needed merit to more than make good all the advertising claimed for them the following four remedies have reached a phenominal - Man - And Hefurir Correspondingly low rates from points on the Queen Nashville Ken- Â¬ Crescent Louisville Ohio Railways tucky Central and Chesapeake in connection with the excursion 1 copy of the Evening Telegraph from Dublin Ireland Advertised Letters sale Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds Electric Ask nearest agent of these lineseach bottle guaranteed for particulars Bitters the great remedy for Liver Bucklens Stomach and Kidneys Mccormick Arnica Salve the best in the world e 0Fuss Trallic Manager d b martin Agent Jen Pass and Dr Kings new Life Pills which CINCINNATI are a perfect pill All these remedies From tho Green Isle are guaranteed to do just what is claimed for them and the dealer Mr John E Miles who is now whoso name is attached herewith will traveling in Europe has sent us a Sold be glad to tell you more of them at P H Carpenters drug store Only direct line between Kentucky Midland Ry CINCINNATI AND Kentucky Midland Announcements July 20th to 30th the Midland Below will be found a list of adver Railway will sell tickets to the tised letters for the week ending High Bridge at one fare for the August 4 1894 Berkley Albert Buckner Bob Crafford Miss Â¬ at Frankfort FRANKFORT Shortest and quickest between Frankfortlisle - Â¬ Qtorgetown UaysTille and Paris Gar round trip on account of the Camp Meeting Aug 2d the Kv Midland Railway will sell tickets from Frank Â¬ fort to Niagara Falls and return at 780 to Cincinnati and return children 125 August 9th via the Midland railway 2 10 Â¬ Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Worlds Fair Highest Medal and Diploma Dr Hales Household Ointment Â¬ 4 B0 Is the finest remedy in the world 2854b7 It absolutely cures catarrh It cures 800 608 Neuralgia and Rheumatism Cures 320 613 621 385 Pilesjike magic Cures Salt Rheum 845 625 aai in the most soothing manner Cures 685 400 880 Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids 688 Ar Paris Junction Can be Cures Coughs and Colds i M P M UM P M taken internally A positive specific No 2 No 4 INo8INo12 TRAINS WEST for pneumonia Cuts Bruises Burns 440 Lv Paris Junncttoo 551 4P5 C Chjlblains Sores of long standing 605 Lv Paris 1000 621 KM0 015 Ar Elizabeth Corns and Bunions are cured quickly 619 1014 My boy was taken with a disease Ar Cdntervllle different from all else superior to all 64G 10 22 627 Newtown The first Ar C S Depot else it has no equal 25 and 50o boxes resembling bloody flux 600 641 103 2 Ar B 747 645 1087 Largo size cheapest Sold at P H thing I thought of was Chamberlains Ar Georgetown 800 651 1147 Johnson Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Ar Duvall 8 Carpenters drug store C57 810 1163 Ar Two doses of it settled the matter ArStampingGroimd aso 703 iioo I Ar Swltzer 7 13 and cured him sound and well 1110 ato Miles Nerve and Liver Fills 1M7 720 906 Ar Elkhorn heartily recommend this remedy to all Ar Summit 915 720 1123 persons suffering from a like com Ar Frankfort A 7H6 925 1180 Act on a now principle regulating complaint I will answer any inqui- Â¬ and bowels though ries regarding it when stamp ifl In- Â¬ A connects with L N the liver stomach B connects with Q 4 c and LS Dr closed I refer to any county official the nerves A new discovery C connects with K C Miles Pills speedily cure biliousness as to my ability Wm Roach J P Â¬ bad taste torpid liver piles constipa Primrby Campbell Co Tenn For SDNDAY TRAINS tion Splendid for men women and sale by Phil Carpenter South Side Noe r 2 3 and 4 will run on Sundays until children Smallest mildest surest DruggiBt further notice No 1 will leuve Frankfort at -m 50 doses for 25 cents Sam pies free at 816 a in and Georgetown at tMKl arriving at 45 ly 940 J WQaylesPrankfortKy July 9 Aug 13 and Sept 17 Purls atKentucky Midland Railway and connec Â¬ Tho the Kentucky Midland will sell tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all Â¬ I I Mistier Miss Eliza Neonce Z H Norman H Ocotior Mrs Hattie Richardson Mies Collins Solon Cameron Mrs L Robinson Mrs G 2 Maria Pryor Mrs Millie Carpenter Jno 2 Davis Sul Petty Mfs Harriet Ellis Sie Flynn Mrs Sarah Pavy 0 O Stone John Foster G W Smith Ralph Geones Mrs Tungate Wm Mamie Tryce Willie Glass M Vaughn N A Hamilton Miss Vaughn Allen Clara Vail J H Hookinghamer Stalnaker W E Isbell W E Thomas O F Jones William Wallace F F Korn Peter A Webb Jim Klein Maes LooginMissLillie Welch Sam Mitchusson Mrs Williams Genl J S Rebecca Maliitor Joe When calling for these letters say S B Holmes P M advertised Cynthina Covington Fal Â¬ I M mouth and ASK FOB TICKETS VIA KY MIDLAND TRAINS RUN BY CENTRAL STANQAHO TIMF I - TIME TABLE APR I 18W 1 A M 1 I V M I pii No 7 10011U- TRAINS Lv Frankfort Lv Summit Lv B AST A No No a 700 706 711 718 728 781 740 745 765 808 810 410 4 16 Lv bwltzer Lv Stamping Ground Lv Duvall Lv Johnson B Lv Georgetown Lv C 8 Depot Lv Newtown Lv Centrevllle Lv Elizabeth Ar Paris 0 Elkhorn 421 428 488 444 200 210 220 14U 126 t i- For Malaria Liver Trou Â¬ ble or Indigestion use IsROWNS IRON BITTERS tickets to points in Michigan and return at one fare for the round trip points north south east ana west Foe further information apply to their agent ts u WEITZEL CDBERCAW City TIaket Agent Gen Pass Agt UttUU HAHPJUirVn ttUDt Jn t mrinMaT iAJ It 1f--HiY4- f ESiiE5Jl 7 f1 niii tHniimmmimm p - - MtaliiaMakMMifttU 7f Tv v1 ri j pi Its a rs To run isx j ri ii ij i Waste of Time about town in ii i L Vl i L- - ti ii ii pj i search of better bargains imi in Jewelry than we can com6m give you And when you waste time you waste money to say nothing of the shoe leather you wear out No other dealer in town has such a large and varied assortment of Jewelry as we can show No other Jealer can or will sell jewelry as low as we can and will sell it We want you to remember this when you desire anything in our line We have some novelties in the way of LADIES WATCHES Very cheap too You should see them iT3 L 1 L0 i ness there are dear old grandmas The Recent Strike BitVANS STATION hungering for a sight of the faces they cannot see because of you there The Movement to Erect a Fit The Los Angeles California is disappointment and grief all up ting Memorial to its Women Times Eagle published the follow- and down the steel belted highways Â¬ JACOB SWIGERT ON MAIN STEET CO Â¬ Â¬ r K Kfl r- - m i K P flying wheels going clankety clank over the shining rails to New York Say boys and back again no pennons of smoke God Almightydont you kuow that must hate a coward trailing back over the big locomo no flying shuttles in the web of something awful tives And dont you know it is ttie most commerce but sullen people pouting thing imaginable to and bucking at things just perfectly pusillanimous be crowded along in a awful and the country going to hell let yourselves current that your manliness your on a handsled Now look here you great good good sense and your honest hearts level headed tell you is wrong sensible natured And knowing that dont you know American people if there are any of nothing can make your right not you leic arent you ashamed 01 your eelves Is this republic which we even the winning of a fight The laws of fairness justice equity have been glorifying for these hun are absolute and as a dred years or more going to let itself truth Honesty by men as true or in singly up in a knot over a die et all tangled a straight thing so utterly unfair unkind and bodies is the best policy as cause can business proposition No unmanly as that develish importa- long tion from Ireland called a boycott other succeed that is based on any Has the true born American citizen one foundation than the rock ribbed of eternal justice A boycott can reared under our bonny banner of never be right because it is the very to be doing than stars nothing better to make war on the lame the halt sum and substance of the hasty to injure innocent the blind and the innocent by the in- Â¬ thing reach out with octopus pe- Â¬ like opleto a boycott stitution of and crush those not parties to Is that same free born citizen of armscontest Columbias beautiful land of glory the Follow to its logical and valor satisfied with himself conclusion the boycott single out any and it can when he picks up the boycotting tails and lashes his supposed family in America and starve every enemy across the faces of the mothers member of it to death the babe of men and the babes that slumber aslumber on its mothers bosom along with the households head in their arms my country where is your For thousands of years the devil hasÂ¬ Men of bravery your gentle chivalry your been brewing a hell broth to pour in manliness which has been the pride to the emotions of men and the Where is result is that damnable and dastardly of Qods chosen land your spirit of kindness and charity thing that cruel merciless hell fired creation of a that was wont to emblazon the name ardice called satanic craft and cow Â¬ the boycott of America with an ineffable glory Out upon it in whatever form it Stop and think awhile what you are doing of the agony that arises takes for it is utterly wrong utterly from your hard headeuness of the merciless utterly unmanly utterly tears that are brimming over in beau- unjust Almighty give us men too God tiful eyes because of that dastardly noble too brave too independent to and miserable uiece of crime and be coerced or cajoled into doing a cowardice called a boycott thing that would blacken the con Â¬ sciences of the imps in hell The Eagle knows you boys mighty Remember that patience kindli well down there along tho double ness generosity charity are the ribbons of steel He is no stranger proper attributes of men that the to the toils and cares and trying laws ofjustice and honesty between anxieties of tho men of brawn and man and man are as fixed as the bronze who run the great railways of eternal stars that wrong can never America He knows you to be as be right that love has conquered brave and resolute a lot of fellows as millions of hearts that tho sword ever pulled a throttle set a brake or could never pierce threw a switch but sometimes you get together and sort of hold conven Â¬ Come back to this vexed and im Â¬ tions and get rattled patient and O sound of tho flying You dont think sometime but the wheels Come back the woo oo 000 Eagle wants to toll you boys that 0000 of the big whistles across the right now is a time when the think Â¬ moonlit plains and among the ing machinery Bhould be oiled around shadow filled gorges Come back and worked down to the last notch in the rythmic music of the rails that the southwest corner of the cab shine and shimmer like ribbons of This is a ripe old occasion that calls silver in the sun as the speeding for a suppression of the feather head trains speed on Come back the and the rattle brain and the coming bustling crowds of happy men and to the front of you railroad fellows women going to and fro across a land who have nerve and horse sense of peace Come back you denimclad It is all right to hold noisy sessions men of toil and weave the web of sometimes andjnre the old man pro- commerce Come back tho smoking mote fifteen or twenty other fellows chimnies the blazing forges and the build branch lines to tho moon and tattoo of the happy hammers Come divers stars regulate the board of di Â¬ back O happy days of peace Come rectors and slam tho infernal old back como back time card around until the Q p m THE EAGLE train dont get in until 10 oclock and the Squeedunk local doubles back Recovers Ills Speech four times a day but right now is no time for these conventions under tho lee side of water tanks Get out and Alphonce Hempling of Summit talk things over with yourselves and township Butler Co Penn made an And out whoro you are at for boys affidavit that his twelve-year-olson you are making lots of misery and who had had St Vitus Dance for tho Eagle Bird is willing to bet a twelve years lost his speech was favorite feather that you dont mean completely cured after using three at Lexington it bottles of Dr Miles Restorative You shouldnt forget old chaps Nervine and also recovered his Neighboring Fairs that thero are blue eyed baby girls speech Thousands testify to won Â¬ papas and mammas that derful cures from using it for ner The Lawrenceburg Fair came calling for cant get home to them because of the vous diseases dyspopsia nervous old worn out off this week and the following tie up there are poordiscouraged dis debility dullness confusion of mind o followsoutof money headauhe Four doses of this are yet to be held Versailles hoartonod and dismayed who want Nervine cured Mrs W E Burns August 14th Shelbyville August to get out to that home on the big South Bend Intl who had boon prairies where old headache for Lexington August 27th roaos flame about tho porchfashioned suffering with constantbottle and ele Â¬ 2 1st tho and tho three months Trial and Paris September 4th honeysuckle Alls the air with sweet gant book free at J W Gayles 4 1782 Â¬ Â¬ cat-o-ni- ne Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ d Â¬ The annals of history furnish no grander example of heroism on the part of women The frontier history of the West furnishedmany individual instances of bravery on the part of our pioneer mothers but there was no other conspicuous example col- Â¬ lectively than that of Bryans The fort was dependent upon the spring outside for water and was If the caught in sore distress men went out for a supply of water the Indians would shoot them down but if the women went it was argued they would Bravely yet not be molested doubtfully they picked up their pails and filed down to the spring Not a shot was and filled them fired and with gradually quickening footsteps they re entered the fort and deposited their precious burdens This act they performed knowing that several hundred rifles were pointing to the spot where they filled their pails yet they never flinched from a duty prompted by love How many women of Lexington and vicinity would to day un- Â¬ dertake such a risk All honor to Their the women of Brans names should be inscribed high upon the roll of fame and their heroic performance should go ringing down the centuries accentuated by some fitting memorial Let our women get together and at once take steps to locate such a memorial Note For many years historians have written1 the name of this This is errostation Bryants neous and the name should be spelled Bryans It was founded in 1779 by Capt Win Bryan and who came from his brothers Uncle Joe North Carolina Bryan the horseman and Dr Joe Bryan of tins city are the descendants of the founders of the fort Transcript Mrs Jennie C Morton of this city is a great granddaughter of Capt William Bryan and a great grand neice of Daniel Boone Her great grandmother was a sister of Daniel Boone and the wife of Capt William Bryan Her name was Mary Boone and she is yet remembered in pioneer legends as the brave and beautiful Mary Boone who feared none but God Mrs Morton has been solicited to write a poem for the Bryan League The women of Lexington and ing article during the recent railFayette County should join earn- road strike which about covers estly in the movement inaugurated the case by Mrs James H Mulligan to Heres a state of things now isnt form a society for the purpose of there commemorating the heroic act of Everybody except the Eagle people the women of Bryans Station gone on a strike no mail from you girls no butter when that place was besieged by fellowses no alfalfa from thefrom the patches ranches Simon Girtys Indian army in Au- ofgreenupin San Berdoon county Â¬ j gust hunger want despair staring a ruined people in the face because of apiece of foolishness which you are aearuy asnamea or ana you Know it Swallow your pride boys and go back to work Unshackle the wheels of commerce loosen the gyves from tho wrists of trade start up the fires under the blackened boilers and get things moving For you are just everlastingly dead wrong this time and nobody knows it better than you do Have Removed From the Batzell Building TO 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Basement nf the Capital Hotel 86FThey will short time THE 2 fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a EW F F V LIMITED THE BIG FOUR ROUTE Important Change in Schedule Has the Best Terminal Facili Â¬ ties at Chicago of the C Os Pet Train Commencing Sunday May 13th the F F V Limited will leave Cincinnati dailv at 1220 noon arriving at Washington at 740 a Baltimore 900 a m Phila Â¬ m delphia 1120 a m and New York 140 p m The train will consist of Composite Car Elegant Day Coach with Smoking Com- Â¬ partment Dining Car Pullman Sleeping Cars of the latest and most improved design and an Emphasis is Observation Car especially placed on the Observa- Â¬ Built by the Pullman tion Car Company from Chesapeake and Ohio plans the F F V Observation Cars serve their purpose better than any others that have ever been constructed As the F F V Limited is the only train having an Observation Car attached it necessarily fol- Â¬ lows that the Chesapeake and Ohio Ry alone has scenery interesting enough to demand an Ob- Â¬ servation Car The F F V Limited is the only train running through from Cincinnati to New York that enables the business men to transact business in Cincinnati one day It is and New York the next for Jersey City Coast the only train resorts which are reached by the F F V at dinner time instead of It is the only in the evening train that enables business men to transact business in Cincinnati one day and reach Washington for It is breakfast the next morning the most desirable train for New England resorts connections being made in the Union Depot in with the Colonial Washington running through to Boston Express which reaches New Haven 410 p mi New London 5 30 d m Providence 7 1 5 p m and Boston Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ picturesque portion of the city and land passengers in the magnificent New Central Station on Twelfth street and Lake Front This station is con- Â¬ venient to the Auditorium Richelieu Victoria and Leland Hotels and with- Â¬ in two blocks of the State and Wabash Street Cable Lines and the South Side Elevated Railway Con venient stops are also made at Hyde Park Thirty Ninth street and Twenty Second street Stations Magnificent Vestibuled Trains Parlor Cars Wagner Sleeping Cars Private Compartment Buffet SleepÂ¬ Â¬ All trains enter Chicago on tho Illi- Â¬ nois Central tracks along six miles of the Lake Front through the most ing Cars and Superb Dining Cars No transfer across Cincinnati to make connections Your ticket should read via the Big Four Route to enjoy these privileges E OMcCormick Pass Traffic Mgr D B Martin Genl Pass Tkt Agt Big Four Route Cincinnati O The Queen and Crescent Route 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 Ride Chickamauga and Lookout Mountain They are surrounded by charming summer resting places at Bumside High Bridge Cumberland Falls Rugby Rhea Springs Lookout Moun Â¬ tain Springville Alabama and other points mountain homes 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 on our line W C Rinearsox G P A Cincinnati Ohio Low railroad rates Charming 4 BROWNS IRON BITTERS digestior Debility cures Dyspepsia n only modern train lighted through- Â¬ out with Electricity carrying a Dining Car and an Observation Car The Washington and Atlantic Express also an Electric Lighted Vestibuled train will leave Cincin- Â¬ nati at 700 p m reaching Washington 240 p m and Old Point Connection Comfort 600 p m is made at Washington with the Boston Express or the Limited reaching New York rbout 900 At Norfolk connection is p m made with the Old Dominion reaching New Steamship Line York 300 p m the next day Â¬ 830 p m The F F V is the who are thin hollow-chestor growing too fast are made Strong Robust and Healthy by ed Children J J Scotts Emulsion the Cream of Cod liver Oil It contains material for mak- Â¬ ing healthy Flesh and Bones Cures Coughs Colds and Weak Lungs Physicians tho world over endorse it Dont be deceived by m Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Worlds Pair Highest Award Substitutes All DrugsltU reprd bjr Scott A Uowne N V aiWttttriiyi nlini limlrtriftiirKi in fvr an yTT tjaHgjamaiifcMtoM a Mj Trrr fwwwr A smtimii 5JWfflWr men I O IO W I LXMtS JJSI U elt Buckles Hat Phis Waist Pins Buttons Hair Pins wmfb 4- - lii L ROUNDABOUT j I re have just placed on sale a new invoice of Bat1M m JL L JL JL TWiSr1 Mini S -- v Ti lI Which I am offering at never heard of prices 3stid -s- UOJPReRSTVvlTH rs watce work a spscialty To-crna L 1 drzdz iost Â¬ FRANKFlK Conservative j Estimate juice Entered nttjie post offlce at FrunkfortKentucky as second class mailable mutter GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT AUGUST i 1894 MATTERS ADJUSTED And Trains Illuming on the Midland Again The trouble between the city and the Home Construction Company in regard to back taxes due the city was adjusted Tuesday and the attached oiling stock was returned to the management of the Kentucky Midland Railway at nooi on tht clay The regular train service of the road was reÂ¬ Â¬ Mr Joseph R Fears County Attorney of Henry county who is a strong Settle m ui has been in the city this week visiting friends and advocating the cause of his candidate for the Democratic nomination for Congress He gives tne following as a conserva- tive estimate of the vote which will be polled in the several coun- ties of this district at the Demo cratic ptimary on the 15th of next month and suggests that the voters lay it away and see if he is not right when the vote is counted Settle Owens county Henrj ooiwiv 01 lb mi cojuty iTiinkiln ouiini 2225 1175 475 350 251 310 fc75 case asked if wo had tried pineapple Wo tited it and tlio child got well I have known it tried in hun dreds of cases I have told my friends about it wherever I heard of a case and never know it to fail You yet a ripe pineapple squeeze outthe juice and let the patient swallow it Tho juice is of so corrosive a nature that it will cut out the diphtheria mucus and if you will take tho fruit before it is ripe and give the juice to a person whose throat is welf it makes the mucus membranes of his throat sore Among those who have tried the cure on my recommendation I may mention Francis J Kennert tho Board of Trade min whose children were all down with diphtheria and wore all cured by this remedy Mr Kennett confirmed this statement Chicago Tribune DIPHTHERIA AND CROUP CURE DE- Â¬ TAILS OF A DANGEROUS CASE SOME- Â¬ THING WHICn IS WORTH TRYING it STOVES GASOLINE SOLICITED HZo 37 oijr J EWELER lute is I O00l2ingr XZith- - Q ULiclr 3c oot an3r ZEE at fuijinirjariLirinrifirnTirrirTirnrrT uacLJCucakiCiuauutuEucueaejUBa Breckinridge 625 650 275 H70 27 Owens 150 19i 2 0 sumed Tuesday afternoon and the people of this city and along the road relieved of the great incon- Â¬ venience caused by th j tie up JLverything is now runningsmoothly and it is hoped there will be no further trouble as the Midland is essentially a Frankfort one in which every institution citizen is interested and should wish to see prosper The road is now receiving and transporting freight of all kinds promptly as well as local and through passengers The special train Tuesday carried 300 passen- Â¬ gers to the barbecue at the Forks of Elkhorn A SsjUccunty Fiyetts count Buurbon county Woodlonl cuutuy K5 1375 570 1020 1450 1275 515 770 225 5885 - 6735 5625 The footings are our own Were Misinformed In our last issue we stated upon what we deemed good authority N railroad was that the L furnishing free storage for the attached property of the Kentucky We are informed by Midland B Logsdon agent for the Mr H L N that such was not the case that the storage of the engines and cars were charged for as was also every pound of coal and drop of oil used in caring for the same Good Remedy iirace the Xerves elude--vigor We are not in the habit of giv Â¬ Sedathes and opiates wont do It These nervines do not muke tne nerves strong and fall ing free advertisement to patent failing to do tUls qu nhoit of produclnc toe eosentlal of their And while these medicines but we want to say that In extreme cises md may beonlj of nervous IrrltHtlon such dings mivlsiible their frequent for a sprained ankle there is noth- o g iiilsm use Is highly prejudicial to the dellcute upon which they act and In order to renew dan ing better than Kendalls Spavine gerous their quletln etlect Increased and Hos doses eventual become necessary efficient substitute Cure a horse linament We know tetters Stomach Bitters Is an It quiets the nerves for such pernicious drugb by bracing tuning strengthening theui The of two cases where it has been connection between weakness of the nervous syfctemaud that of thi organs of digestion Is tried lately in which it proved strong and sympathetic link The Bitters by Imparting a beneficial In both cases the assimilating health Impulse to the dlgesthe and fuiiclons promotes throughout w lgor parties were going on crutches and the whole tysteni a share in lse Ich the nerves come in for a large the Bitters in malaria constipation bilious and kidney trouthe crutches were discarded in two ble days after beginning to use it the CURES FOR DIPHTHERIA pain being so quickly relieved and the s veiling reduced The doctors Simple Remedies for a Dreadful Disease wont recommend it but if you are so unfortunate as to sprain A lady who has lost several your ankle just try it once and children with diphtheria sends us you will find that we are correct the following remedies for that dreadful disease which she has the attending physicians approving Delegates to Georgetown clipped from different papers it and the child to day is well The other two children alluded to above Franklin county was represented in hopes that they may benefit did not have this form of treatment in the Prohibition Congressional ssrne family in which it has made and they are numbered with the dead This remedy may not be an infalli convention at Georgetown on Fri Â¬ its appearance ble enre in all cases and with all per Â¬ sons but surely it could do no harm A SIMPLE CURE FOR DIPHTHERIA day of last week by Messrs H G in cases that have been civen ud as A communication was read at a late incurable by the medical men Mattern John LJones and G M The meeting of the French Academy of father said that he would advise the Galbraith of this city Judge Medicine which averred that a com- Â¬ removal from the apartment where plete remedy for the disease known this treatment is to be applied of all B Finnell of Georgetown James as diphtheria had been found The articles that would be likely to be was nominated for Congress by a disease as the reader is perhaps injured by the smoke of the ingre Â¬ unanimous vote Judge Finnell aware is cnaracterizeu by a lalse dients before setting fire to the mix Â¬ membrane which traversfs the res ture St Louts Globe Democrat is the law partner of Hon W C piratory passages the trachea and eVen the is Kenneth Bazeraore had the good Owens who is a candidate for the that this bronchial tubes Itin said membrane melts the fortune to receive a small bottle of presence of the vapor of tar and Oholic Cholera and Diarrhcca Remedy Democratic nomination spirits of turpentine and that if a whee three members of his family mixture of these substances is kin were sick with dysentery This one Will Begin In October dled near the bed of the patient the small bottle cured them all and he false membrane is detached and may had some left which he gave to Geo Owing to the fact that Kentucky be spit out At the same time the W Baker a prominent merchant of throat may be washed with coal N 0 and it Methodist Conference will meet in and lime water The preparation tar the place Lewistonsame complaint is cured him of tho When troubled with dysentery di Â¬ this city next month the meeting disinfectant as well as a remedy arrhcca colic or cholera morbus give B Fay PINEAPPLE JUICE FOR DIPHTHERIA to be held here by Rev remedy a trial and you will be Medical science has long sought for this Mills will not commence until the a sovereign remedy for the scourge more then pleased with the result diphtheria yet the The praise that naturally follows its of childhood 4th of October introduction use colored people of Louisiana and per very popular and and 50 has made it cent haps of other localities in the South for sale by Phil25 Carpenter bottles South Broke Ground years known and used a Side Druggist have for cure which is remarkable for its sim Â¬ Mr William Cromwell has let plicity It is nothing more or less Otits Jor Sale than the juice of the pineapple the contract for his new residence The remedy iB not mine said a I have 40 bushels of winter oats on South Shelby street to Messrs gentleman wnen interviewed it nas Been used by tho negroes in the for sale a new variety and large Finnell for 2250 and swamps down South for years One yield is assured Choate For terms apply was down of my they have commenced work on the theria children in a criticalwith diph Â¬ to Wm Cromwell and was condition foundation An bid colored man who heard of tho 464t Â¬ Â¬ 11 Â¬ Â¬ In a report to the French Academy of Medicine Dr Dslthell stated that the vapors of liquid tar and turpen- Â¬ tine would dissolve the fibrinous ex- Â¬ halations which choke up the throat in croup and diphtheria He describes the process thus Take equal parts fsav two table- spoonfuls of turpentine and liquid uir yuD Liiuni into a tin pan or cup and ses fire to tho mixture taking care to have a large pan under it as a safeguard against fire A dense resinous smoke arises making the room dark The patient immediately seems to experience re lief the choking and the rattling stop the patient falls into a slumber and seems to inhale the smoke with pleasure The fibrinous membrane soon becomes detached and the patient coughs up microbiedes These when caught in a glass may be seen to dissolve in smoke In the course of three or four days the patient en- tirelv recovers The above information has been quite largely copied into the papers and with it the relief and cure of Ruth Iockwood a child who was dangerously ill with diph Â¬ theria but the disease readily yielded to the above mode of treatment and the child was cured A case occuring in Boston recently is worthy of note at this particular time when the two forms of diseases are quite prev Â¬ alent The facts in the case in brief are as follows Jennie Brown a child of some 5 years of age was dangerously sick with diphtheria her attending phy- Â¬ sician had no hopes of her recovery he declared to a person that out of the many cases under his treatment three were beyond cure and little Jennie was one of that number The father of the child had read of the above treatment and on his own responsibility and that too without the consultation of the attending physician he obtained the mixture taking two tablespoonfuls of each but he now considers that one of each would have been sufficient and there would have been less danger of burn- Â¬ ing the carpet c The child was in bed breathing so loud that it could be heard all over the house but as soon as the tar and turpentine began to burn she was relieved and breathed quite freely and soon commenced to cough and raise and to the fathers surprise and delight she commenced to gain from that moment He follow- Â¬ ed up this treatment for three nights Â¬ iF oiEe -- slzi bst STIRIEIET ZOTjfcT THE BEST IS AYE THE CHEAPEST AVOID IMITATIONS OF AND SUBSTI- Â¬ TUTES FOR DeclG ly SAPOLIO TOBACCO KENTUCKY Crockers Honest Fertilizers I will sell to any reliable man in ton lots for 45 per toe on eight months time with note without interest If you dont want a ton call and get a sample order G L HHNNEN O O TO- JOHN DMSCOLL raaiE LIQUOfi MESCHMT 1 For absolutely pure Whiskies Wines Bran- uicis oou lur uuujujLiitu anu iainiiy use Anderson Co Whisky 2 per gallon Older goods at the same low rate 235 Broadway Opposite Capitol Square Four-year-o- ld May 20 6m W IYIcKEE HARDSE DRUGGIST We keep a full line of HALL S OLD STAND FRANKFORT KY DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES C And cordially ask our friends to give us a call W MoKBB HAEDIE Tan2Mr L tiAYLE - -- mi iiii r V f fHt--m-tm- i- Wt Mini MtaMfkilafa i V V II t v ca fcTJ ca O 25- - OiKlTXSraiE XIEZEB ti ca cu E H5t rsn Ca UJ VEHICLES our President T 7 OlTTOTaiKErE Secretary At your own prices Until our annual invoice is taken on September 1st we will offer HARNESS AND SADDLERY rs rcrs ra 61 15U Of ca LV g Vehicles at Cost to Manufacture ioo with entire Busters Together Harness Whips Leather Saddles Bridles Bits and stock of Wheels Spokes and Materials of every kind go in All g rsa K II ITJ KB en RSI tin THIS GREAT NO PROFIT SALE FOR CASH Everybody is buying so will you if you only come and get our prices REO CU CO rcv ca rn na Uri eh BE US4 r v UK Ea ra- THE KENTUCKY ROUNDABOUT AUGUST 4 1804 BUGGY HARNESS WORKS - Ba QUI rsa Ba E2 ca iaa FRANKFORT FRANKFORT FRANKFORT - COLLEGE YOU WANTFirst term of ensuing year will begin September 12 1894 course of study in Will Move on Washington The Supreme Lodge Knights of Phythias will meet in Washing- Â¬ v w T- VS ton City this month and quite large delegation will go from this city about 70 or 80 The local lodge expects to get a low round trip rate from this city and as the privilege of going on that rate will not be confined to members of the order it will be a good chance for outsiders to run over and take a look at the National Capital one of the prettiest cities in the The party will United State leave here on the 25th and if you have the time and money to spare you will never egret taking the trip a YOUNQ LvJLDIKB Â¬ fir-t-cla- ss FOR TO GKET i Z2ST OUST 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 DELSAKTE MUSIC ART MENTAL PHILOSOPHY ETHICS OF ELEMENTS CRITICISM POLITICAL ECONOMY HISTORY NATU RAL SCIENCES MATHEMATICS PRIMARY BRANCHES ABLE EFFICIENT FACULTY A college in every feature A good home most pleasantly located in which most careful attention will be given to the cul- Â¬ ture health and comfort of pupils Â¬ Boys Admitted to the Academic Department 3D ID Prepare for admission to best Colleges and Universities Full Pri Â¬ aUo For terms and further information apply to mary course Every piece of Upholstered Furniture in our stock consisting of Parlor c Come while Suits Rockers Easy Chairs Sofas the assortment is unbroken REDUCED PRICES R ROGERS greatly J 25 IBa ULzrjes On to Washington 207 Second Street Fronting Bridge ZFresid eirt SON est We believe in plain na 5l nntfrtn mn1 troln A Broken Arm mr K Mr Taylor G Dailey was com- Â¬ ing down the stone steps at the Capital Hotel on Wednesday night when he slipped and fell breaking his left arm near the Iw- - shoulder Bloomington for which our crops were thirsting The corn and tobacco crops will be short on account of the dry weather We are glad to say that our Sunday school is progressing finely under our Superintendents Large Bros Kinney and Lee every Suncrowds attend nearly day All the farmers in this neighbor borhood are done threshing wheat 4 We had a nice rain last week Â¬ k Â¬ I DR KELLEY the only ago OF CINCINNATI O will be at the authentic map of the Virginia bittlefields wa prepared in the FHOS2TC2 War Department for the Chesa IN LEXINGTON KY Ohio Railway Co It can Saturday August 4 1804 peake with safety be asserted that it is Saturday August 18 1894 the most interesting m ip pubHEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without surglca lished and so great was the de operation and with little or no pain mand for the first edition that REKERENCES WMcKeeHarUle Frankfort 100000 were soon alnorb d but J A scon Frankfort Ky Ky it has been re issued lor the occaAnthony Leach Frankfort Ky sion of the K of P Encampment J T Staten Frankfort Ky V Berberlch Frankfort K P Uulett Benson Ky at Washington in Aug int and will RevH LMcClure Frankfort Ky A W J Hughes Frankfort be mailed free aftrr June 1st upon Ky David Moore Benson Ky Ryan Assisapplication to C JasM Wlthrow Frankfort Ky tant General Passenger Age nr C DR KELLEYS office and residence Is at 269 West Eighth streetClnclnnatl and where he may In con- be found every day of each week except SATUR O Ry Cincinniti O Pamphlets describing these nection with the map U aso a de DAYS mode of treatment sent free to diseases any one the W I KfcLLEY M D scription of the jrand and varied andaddressing by 259 W Eight St ClnclnnatlO scenery of the Virginhs and the CONSULTATION FREE delightful Mountain and Sea Shore O as well Resorts a ong the C as a sketch of the battlefields Does lour Sigiit Blur Three years W Â¬ HOTEL en eu na Kin ti J ixia t Advertise no baits they are misleading kncinflcc tr rrtr anrli inrJ rvt--rtrl- Â¬ Â¬ I J rsTK rji chant gg You think that is the proper way for an honest reliable What lasting advantage can a dealer attain who habit- - na ually deceives nrr mer- - WE fr DONT V I 1 I HFJ IJSJ KII IT TiP Â¬ nf rrrA 1C1IUU1C m Jtnklo men HEX uri Women and Childrens Shoes and we always aim to be the g na lowest in prices 41 U11a BELIEVE nAe finocf 1 na ua na oa ca ua na fin LtJ ca ca Hats Caps School Books IN c CIS 12a ii i - LV if - Does Your Eyes Burn or Water ca Are too frequently resorted to by some but we maintain our r Does Your Head Ache visited J old honest methods that have stood the test of 30 years with A friend in need is a friend Indeed Mr Ben Poindextcr And Your Glasses Dont Suit ta vnn anH iili and not less than one million people irf hfrt still friends in this section last week have found just such a friend In Dr ca COME AND CONSULT ME THE WEEK OK oa Rev John H Burdin the pas- Kings New Discovery fyrIfGonsump AUGUST 6th to 11th Inclusive ca tion Coughs and Cold- s- you have na ra tor filled his regular appointment never used thiH Great Cough Medima na na at Bethel Church at u oclock cine one trial will convince you that AT M A SELBERTS La ua it lias wonderful curative powers in Sunday morning ca ca all diseases of Throat Chest and JtiWELRY STORE uu izu raa ra last Lungs Eacli bottle is guaranteed to Mr Heiatt put up some hay lnj ua Frankfort Ky do all that is claimed or money will The Old Reliable Shoe Dealers ca ca He has a hundred tons be refunded week Trial bottles free at ca already in the stack with one hun- P H Carpenters drug store Large rarcarancacacanananarana raranararannnacacananaBana 1 bottles 50c and 1 dred and fifty more to put up For Sale or Rent My dwelling pn Â¬ Â¬ A Million Friends rn DECEPTIONS R K McGLURE SON Â¬ i the sick list the past week M7 Hugh Jenkins has been house on Ann street tf J T Buckley B jL is v Awarded I suppose blackberry time is as I do not see any more Highest Honors Worlds Fair over Last white sun bonnets out fields looked like they week the were decked with wild flowers there were so many white bonnets and red dresses scattered about over them Boys from appearances I judge we will have the best bill in the next Congress Bill Owens Misses Delia Marshall and Zepora Spoan visited relatives on North Elkhorn last Sunday Mrs Fanny Jenkins and daughter Miss Florence visited Miss Nettie Jenkins in Tioga neighborhood last week O Do Â¬ VS MZJSi t xL A yucer BAKING POWDfR MOST PERFECT MADE DR juypii Test Case and the modern improved scientific instruments free of charge frames tim F 17 Ejes examined with the Oculist Â¬ 109 23 90 WHAT DOES IT MEAN Amtelv fitted to the Face LENSES GRDUHDTO SUIT HOUR VISION ItmMni that the Quttn uml Crtictnt Koute ti It milt thorttit tctvrcn Cincinnati anj Lexluftoni VSmllei tliurtrlt Cinclnukti to lllr iLorttit niicrhm 0 milrt hrttt Mncinuatl tn New Orlctna 109 m rmilunatl to CbatUnougu Atlinu cr JkckiusTlllt Horidi V i Iking a graduate Optician and making the errors of refraction a a SOLiD VESTIBULED TRAINS iolntt Throuph Cart to Vlckibnrir ami reT twttn Only lino running through cart Cincinnati tu Knuxville Hircct lint to Texu ami Mexico U New Orleans or AihuTillr N U tI Shrtvejiort Ask iigenta aluut tuura ti Califtrnla From LouUtIIU Shflbyvlllu ttitti Luwrciicftjiinr Jlreit ronncvtlou U mJo at iixintvit with VHtltulvd train tu all jiulntabuutB specialty I am prepared to take charge of all eyes both old and young and fit them with glasses at the most moderate price jott nil of tho utiovs ui mwaiwriv Â¬ of Tartar Powder Free from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD A pure Grape Cream E 0 ZEHAGEN Opthalmic Optician Lexington Ky k Ctnl laur Aeeat Cincinnati O QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE J titiUiktMfakktfMiaitfMiihMfellittttl iemsm ljjy rtflilHililiiliillVirtV Mte rTT TO Vehicles and Harness We will for the next 30 days offer our entire stock of REIIDTXOEJ E jl C3CJ ES HT COSTCut Carriages Buggies Ulider Stationary niidJunip Our vehicles consist of c made by the following Seat Surreys Light Road Wagons Spring Wagons Staudard Manufacturers Columbian Buggy Co EL EL Babcock Co Troy Carriage C Woodhull Sayres Co Troy Buggy Works Lideigh Carriage Co W Scovell and Overman Carriage Co jsfSWRs ii ODE STOCK OF HARNESS Ss Consists of Heavy Coupe Track Brake and Buggy Harness all hand made Call and examine our stock early if you want a bargain Judge not the Lord by feeble sense But trust him for his grace Baptist Church There will be no Believing that services to morrow the pastor being Behind a frowning providence Be hides a smiling lace absent on his vacation Sunday school in the Chapel at 930 a m McHenry Mrs Rachael Mc Mr D M McCatholic Church Rev Father Henry wife of W E Gorey the pastor will conduct Henry of the Auditors office the services at Church of the Good died Tuesday morning after a Shepherd to morrow painful illness of several months High mass at 730 a m Low mass The deceased was forduration 10 a m Benediction after first mass merly Miss Field of Owensbor Christian Church There will be was about 42 years of age and was jio preaching to morrow but the married to Mr McHenry in 1879 Lords supper will be observed at She was a most excellent lady and A0 30 No night service had made a host of friends during Her her residence in this city Episcopal Church The morning only daughter and afflicted husservice to morrow will be conducted band have the deepest sympathy by Rev Alex Hensley of the entire community No service at night The funeral took place at 4 First Presbyterian Church oclock Wednesday afternoon and Rev Mr Lindsey will occupy the pul pit to morrow at 11 oclock No the remains were laid to rest in the cemetery The services were con- service at night ducted by Rev E A Penick and Rev H G Methodist Church acted as Henderson will preach to morrow at the following gentlemen pall bearers Messrs Virgil Hewitt 11 a m Union service at night Edward Hensley Wm H New Sunday school meets at 930 a m hall Fox Respass Henry Ware Southern Presbyterian Church James McAuliffe E VV Hmes Clay Lilly the pastor and John H Stuart Rev I occupy his pulpit to morrow will All the public offices on the morning at 11 oclock No service capital square were closed out of at night respect for the deceased lady Sunday school at 930 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - BROTHERS MASTIN RELIGIOUS The Bird Shooting L B MARSHALL W A GAINES The shooting tournament which took place at Lake Park Tuesday and Wednesday was well attended and some of the best shots in the State were here but the marksmanship was not up to the average by any means most of the prizes being won on very poor Â¬ L B MARSHALL CO i Real Estate and Insurance Ags scores I know an old soldier who had chronic diarrhoea of long standing to Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a have been permanently cured by share of the insurance patronage Real estate bought sold or leased taking Chamberlains Colic Cholera A good line of both city and country property for sale at all times Â¬ says Ed and Diarrhoea Remedy ward Shumpik a prominent druggist I have sold of Minneapolis Minn the remedy in this city for over seven OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET years and consider it superior to any other medicine now on the market 25 and 60 for bowel complaints cent bottles of this remedy for sale by Phil Carpenter South Side Drug Â¬ gist Life Insurance bought and sold G FOR RENT HmfiSTlKJCO and loans negotiated AT huge ui mm MAKE tTE faetuntiK A m E Thorn lllll fclRAMB COTTAGE OF FOUR ROOMS FOR SALE TWO A seven FOR RENT OF STORY FRAME RESIDENCE rooms with large grounds on Murray stieet South Side OF MANU- SPECIALTY COTTAGES OF FOUR ROOMS to order Our rule Is uso only TWO FRMETaylor avenue Is good on and employ none but tlie best property and will be sold on easyThis best material payments to workmen Special attention given repairs and tlw right party It you are Interested come repainting old vehicles quick Factory Lewis St Near the River April 14 tr Another Excursion to Niagara Falls Toronto unci Thou Â¬ sand Islands Rev George Darsie atWaddy Shelby The protracted meeting conducted Physicians Puzzled FINE FARM OF 210 ACRES FINELY Lo Â¬ cated 8 miles from Frankfort on u good FRAMERESl PENCE OFCROOMS turnpike road upon which there Is u brick resi Â¬ TWO STORYstreet with lot 53 by 10G feet This dence of 5 rooms a tenement of four rooms and Lewis another necessary improvements This land Is Is very valuable property in a high state of cultivation the Improvements are In fine condition and In order to make a qulcK sale will be offered ut u bargain FOR SALE FOR SALE A FOR SALE 11 ft county is progressing nicely and Many persons are unable to sleep The cause has on their left side promises well long been a puzzle to physicians papers speak with great The Union services will be held to- Metropolitan Dr Franklin Miles interest of morrow evening at the Methodist the eminent Indiana specialist in Church and Rev D day Lilly will nervous and heart diseases who has proven that this habit arises deliver the discourse He has ex Â¬ from a diseased heart on record thousands amined and kept Deaths of cases His New Heart Cure a wonderful remedy is sold at J W Thousands testify to its Died in Corbin Ky Gayles Hawkins value as a cure for Heart Disease July 28th 1894 of typhoid fever Mrs Ohas Boney Loveland Col her were marvelous H Pope Hawkins son of W B says its effectson heart disease free 4 Elegant book on Hawkins and grandson of Dr J Russell Hawkins of this county Boarders Wanted Mrs Liz He was a very promising young zie Walcutt has rented and moved corman and greatly beloved by all into the Herndon property Steele streets Second and He was 19 years ner of she is prepared to accomwho knew him where of age Mysteiious and past find- modate boarders by the day or ing out are Gods ways but we week at reasonable rates 48 4t must Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ On August 14 a Second Grand Excursion will be run via the Queen and Crescent from points in BEST BUSINESS E3TABLISH Kentucky and Tennessee to Niaga- 0NK OF THE city consisting ol good clean in the well established prolltublo kooJr ra Falls Toronto and Thousand stock or This Isand opportunity for a man with 253 ACRES 8 MILES FROM a line trade A FARM OF on u good turnpike road with a Frankfort Islands going via the Big Four capital residence of tf rooms 2 tenement houses 2 to bacco and stock barus besides all other neces Route from Cincinnati sury improvements All of tho Improvements Unusually low rates have been including the fencing on this property are new and in ilrst class condition This farm has a Agents put in for this excursion quantity of fine tobacco land und would also make a nrst class stock farm It also hns a young will take pleasure in giving you STORY BRICK RESIDENCE OF 8 ROOMS peach orchard of u thousand trees besides other TWO 14 acres of land in Bridgeport This fruit rates and other information good property and Is offered at n bargain is an unusually good chance is This to get away to the cool and pleasant summer resorts of the north C agent for parAsk any Q OF CO ACRES WITH 2 RESIDENCES ticulars A FARM and other necessary Improvements two HOLMES miles from Frankfort This property Is all In EESIDENCE uF 7 ROOMSlotON by 160 feet A J Lytle Div Passr Agt 07 property has a grass and would make an excellent Dairy or and is well located Read House Block Garden farm Chattanooga Tenn Â¬ FORSALE Â¬ FOR SALE FORSALaE1 Â¬ Â¬ FOR J3A LE CO V Â¬ A Whedon T A Louisville G P A Â¬ Ky W C Rineauson Cincinnati O L B MARSHALL SZEJ Tini iqpp jyrMi - murtnir r mi iiJirtiiiwrtt - r m UilllhlfiJirfflfltt gtainniiMiMMfliMiMdyttiMatiaihi 4 315 10000 Bolts Wall Paper at Greatly Reduced Prices Screen Wire Screen Doors and Windows Hardware and Wall Paper- Harness Saddles and Collars Sherwin and Williams Paints Lead Oils and Colors Iron and eele Roofing Bar Iron Piows 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 Silt 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 tbe above and hundreds of other articles we are making unusually low prices Do not fail to call when Cor Main and Lewis Streets JJnse Bull C E M A COLLINS after the first inning the score stood 7 to 1 in favor of Versailles Thereafter good work was done by Merchant in the box and by his support but when our boys went to bat in the seventh inning the score was still very one sided 10 Bradley was to 3 against them being hit quite freely but had managed to keep the safe drives so scattered as to be unproductive A base on balls two hits and an error yielded three in the seventh and when the visitors were blanked in their half of the eighth the crowd became a little hopeful Nobody could now tell exactly how it happened but when the dust finally settled and the weary forms of the red legged boys from Woodford were seen on their bench again seven runs had crossed the plate and several hundred people from Frankfort had laid the foundation for as many cases But three men of sore throat went to bat for Versailles in the ninth and the most exciting game ever played either in the old or the new park resulted as follows Â¬ Opposite the Farmers Bank Formerly of Wakefield AClioate at The home club has played four games since our last issue winning three and losing one In the game with Cynthiana on Saturday last Capt Wicks Lindsey who had been suffering with a bad hand for some time was so unfortunate as to have his thumb knocked out of joint by a foul tip ard although he pluckily caught the game out he has been unable to play since and will not likely catch for a week or two As if this was not enough bad luck Tannehill our crack A K In SB TO AH E pitcher split his right hand in FlUNKFOHT 1 3 5 0 2 Lindsey cf 1 4 4 2 0 practice Monday and Thompson Hall 2b 1 0 5 0 0 Burke 3b 1 be- Tannehill p 4 2 0 0 the new catcher who was just Ryan lb 10 1 0 0 4 0 0 0 4 ginning to settle down to steady Merchant ssc Thompson 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 4 work had the nail of the middle Semple rf If 1 4 0 0 VanDerveer finger of his right hand knocked 37 9 3 0 27 Totals off and the finger split in the first AB It lH SU TO K A Lexinoton inning of the Versailles game Wallace cf 5 0 4 2 Thursday while Pete Hall has Berte ss2b 1 4 Wentz 103 0 40 5 0 3b been more or less spiked on the McGowan Scott lb 400 10 83 5 Brown 10 8 As Sjhabel Itc foot in nearly every game 5 0 3 12 0 iagenrf 10 0 0 was Conover p Tannehill is a left hander he 1 4 12 able to pitch Tuesday in spite of Totals 4 3J G 11 1 2G 11 his injury but was considerably VanDerveer called out on foul bunt handicapped thereby and more by Innings 12345678 90 T3 Frankfort Thompsons unfamiliarity with his Frankfort 20000100 6 Barret ss 2 300U0010 Lexlnuton Llndse cf delivery the two causes combinHall 2b Earned Runs Frankfort 2 Lexington 1 Mendthc ed probably doing more to lose the Two Base Hits Hall Conover Burke 1b Three Base Hit Conover ujan lb Folgame than anything else Merchant p Stolen Bases Lindsey Wallace Berte 2 VanDerveer If lowing is a detailed score of each Wentz Semple rf Double Plays Hull to Ryan Berte unaslsted game Totals Bases on Balls Off Conover 5 off Tannehill 3 Â¬ costly and the unsteadiness of Thompson in the first part of the game aided the visitors materially Henry Lindsey did some fine bat- Â¬ ting and that prie slugger Pete Hall was very much in evidence but none of the rest of the team except Tannehill seemed on speaking terms with Conovers delivery It was a hard game to lose and the rain which fell during the play wasnt half as damp as the spirits of the local fans as they slowly sought the street cars after all was over fJoinjr to Georgetown Mr R J Fogg has determined to quit farming and will remove to Georgetown where he will go into business On the fifth of Septem- Â¬ ber he will sell off all of his stock crop c on his place near Jetts Station and advertises his sale in Read the adveranother column tisement and you may find that he has something to sell which you need Â¬ R01KHTE L H FINNELL PLANING MILL AND HOGSHEAD Congleton Bros DOORS FACTORY PURCHASED THE PLANING MILL HAVING tobacco hogshead factory of Messrs I am prepared to furnish SHINGLES SASH TURNED BLINDS WORK FRAMES STAIR WORK AND ALL KINDS OF Needing a tonic or children who want build LADIES Â¬ It is pleasant cures Malaria Indigestion Biliousness Liver Complaints and Neuralgia BROWNS IRON BITTERS ing up should take Finish For a Blouse as well as tobacco hogsheads Factory one and half blocks from Post Office on riverfront A share of public patronage Is solicited a PiS OJSf35 CH0ATE Iy Sept 2 FINNELL GUARANTEED POSITIONS 110 110 under reasonable conditions Our FREE 96 page catalogue will explain why we can afford it Dranghons Practical Business College Wo spend more money in the interest of graphy our Employment Department than half the Business weeks by our method Colleges take in as tuition teaching book keeping is equal to 12 weeks by the old plan 1 1 teachers 60O students past year no vacation enter any time Cheap Board we have recently prepared books especially adapted to NASHVILLE TtNN Book keeping Shorthand Write for catalogue Penmanship and Tele Â¬ 4 Â¬ Â¬ FRANKFORT II CYNTHIANA 2 K jti This game played at Thorn Hill Park on Saturday last was easy and the score should really have been ii to I as George Reaman ths umpire allowed the visitors to tally a score which crossed the plate on a double play that retired the side although the rule expressly states that runs mads on the play which retires the side shall not count The note- Â¬ worthy feature of this game was the pitching and all round playing of Tannehill Frankfort Barret rf All it Struck Out By Conover 7 by Tannehill Passed Balls Thompson 3 Time of Game 2 hours Umplie Ben Marshall FRANKFORT 6 8 PARIS 6 This game was played in Paris on Wednesday and resulted in the third straight defeat for the Parisians two having been administered at Paris and one here The work of Semple in the box and at the bat was very fine luck in getting their few hits bunched with the Frankforts few errors being re- Â¬ sponsible for all of Paris scores not one of their six being earned Â¬ Both Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant 2 1 1 7 0 0 and refreshing to the taste and acts 2 3 gently yet promptly on the Kidneys 9 0 0 Liver and Bowels cleanses the system effectually dispels colds head aches aud fevers aud cures hahitual 1 27 38 13 13 8 5 constipation Syrup of Figs is the VlRSVIILES Ui r 1b su PO only remedy of its kind ever pro4 Brown ss 101 0 1 duced pleasing to the taste and ac1 Reaman Gct 1 2 Reaman P 2b ceptable to the stomach prompt in 0 0 Davis e its action and iruly beneficial in its 2 2 Bradley p VanWInkle 3b effects prepared only from the most Proctor lb healthy and agreeable substances its 0 0 M Grew If 0 Hach rf many excellent qualities commend it 3 21 15 6 to all and have made it the most 35 10 10 Totals popular remedy known 9 T Innings 0 13 Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c Frankfort 7 0 0 0 0 12 0 II 10 Versailles and SI bottles by all leading druggists Any reliable druggist who Earned Runs Frankfort 5 Versailles 3 Two Base Hits VanDerveer P Reaman may not have it on hand will proBradley cure it promptly for any one who Stolen Bases Burke Merchant VanDerveer wishes to try it Do not accept any G Reaman Bradly VanWInkle 2 substitute Double Plays VanWInkle to P Reaman to Proctor CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO 1 AH H IB 1I PO K E 0 0 0 u 0 u 2 2 3 0 2 0 ENJOYS the method aud results when Sent on 60 days trial Write us and explain your wants N B We pay 5 cash for all va- Â¬ cancies as book keepers stenographers teachers provided we fill same slerks etc reported to us HOME STUDY July 14 1GW Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ cJHB LEXINGTON F0IR Aug 28 Sept TROTTINO T- It 12345678 10100037 I C Â¬ Â¬ - A DAILY o BICVCLC HRfi N Championship Athletic Contests Largest Poultry Show Ever Given T E FINEST SHOW ON EARTH Stock Flowers Womens Work Etc S T in su 1 PO A K Frankfort ru -- Burke Hall 2b LliuUey II Sb cl - v Lindsey w c Tannehill p Ryan lb Merchant VanDerveer 10 2 1 o 0 0 It 87 0 1 0 0 2 t QUO 10 0 1 t 3 0 10 A Lindsey cf o Merchant It l Hull 2b o Meredvth ss Burke 3b Ryan lb Semple p 1 VanDerveer rf 0 Thompson c 11 All 4 it 0 1 In 1 811 po 1 1 A 3 4 3 4 3 4 4 4 33 All 4 5 0 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 1 3 1 2 1 3 1 0 1 2 11 1 1 1 3 0 0 8 0 0 10 0 0 0 2 0 27 PO 0 0 3 2 6 0 2 0 0 13 A 0 1 Bases on Balls Oft Merchant 3 off Bradley 3 Hit by Pitcher Hall G Reaman Davis Struck Out By Bradley 2 bj Merchant 4 Passed Balls Meredyth 4 Davis 1 Wild Pitch Merchant Time of Game 21 j Umpire Fajette UewlttJr SAN FRANCISCO LOUISVILLE KY CAL NEW YORK NY S I Excursion Rates on All Railroads PUBLIC SAIE Best Equipped Grounds in America AND CHILDREN 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 The Georgetowns defeated the Frankforts yesterday by a score of 8 to 5 m I will sell at my farm on the Frankfort and LADIES Venallles plKo 8 miles from Versailles land 5 nines irom cranKrorc FREE FIRST DAY Totals Cynthiana Vetter c Curl lib McOann Murphy Douglas Shea lb OConnell Williams 2b K 11 11 27 4 K Totals 2 E All 1 lu su ro 0 0 0 0 1 Illustrated Kcntuekiun The August number of the Illustrated Kentuckian surpasses all preceding Â¬ 2 1 ss 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 Paris Curtis cf Poage lb Keuoe If it 0 Hellman 3b Hansom ss Herman Totals rf cf 0 0 0 31 2 0 0 0 0 0 8 1 1 0 0 0 C 0 1 0 0 13 9 11 2 0 0 0 0 24 innliiKS Frankfort Cynthluna 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 12345678 00001100 T 11 0 0 2 Earned Runs Frankfort 3 Cythlana 1 Two Base Hit W Lindsey Stolen Bases Barret 2 Ryan VanDerveer Curl 2 Murphy Double Plays Merchant to Hall to Rjan 2 Murphy to McGann Bases on Balls Off Herman 7ofl Tannhlll2Hit by Pitcher Merchant Struck Out By Tannehill 10 by Herman 4 Time of Game 1 50 Umpire George Reaman - 6 FRANKFORT 3 This game was played at Thorn Hill on Tuesday and was close LEXINGTON and interesting but the visitors got a lead in the second inning which the home team could not overcome Tannehill pitched well and the Lexingtons earned but one The errors run off his delivery of the locals however were very issues in excellence 1 of reading 2 Hornborgcr 2b matter and variety of 1 0 0 Woods rf 0 8 0 Heimweh a char1 0 4 0 3 0 1 illustrations Gibner clf 1 1 0 0 0 3 Ltiwiencu p acter sketch by Mrs Potts is the 4 5 leading 1 18 7 3d 6 Totals Louisliterary article ville Hustonville and Jickson 9 T Innings 12345G78 Frankfort Ky are represented in the gallery Paris 40 0 0001 10 6 of handsome women Mrs Jennie Earnedhu is Frankfort 4 C Morton of this city conTio Base Hit Burke tributes a portrait sketch and Three Base Hlts Semple 2 Stories poems home and poem Stolen Bases VanDerveer Curtis Gibner Bases on Balls Off Lawrence 1 off Semple 3 beauty emfashions papers Hit by Pltcher By Semple 3 broidery humor definition prize Struck Out By Lawrence 3 by Semple 3 c embelishing the number SubTime of Gume 1 40 Umpire D W Lindsey Jr scription price Si a year Sample Scorer M B Barret Those subscribcopies 10 cents ing now will receive the Confeder- Â¬ FRANKFORT 3 VERSAILLES IO ate Souvenir edition and the back On Thursday at Thorn Hill the numbers from May 1894 home team succeeded in defeating liucklcns Aiiiica Salve Versailles at last and that too after the visitors had obtained an The beat salve in the world for Cute Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum As has Fever Sores Tettor Ohappod Hands apparently safe lead been the case so frequently the Chilblains Corns and all Skin Eruptions and positively cures Piles or locals got their errors mixed up no pay required It is guaranteed to or money refunded with the hits made off their pitcher give satisfactionper box For sale by Prico 25 cents 8 ly a id when the smoke cleared off Phil Carpenter 3 3 1 6110600 2 1 it 0 lu su 1 0 3 0 0 0 2 2 0 8000 0 0 0 0 4 0 2 1 2 2 0 I Â¬ 0005300008 Â¬ niycrop stock household and k th en furniture fanning iinpllnients Ac 1 nice 1 extra buggy horfe 3 minute farm horse 1 gray mare and Percheron co 1 1 tine buggy mare and colt 1 horse 1 1 jearllm colt by PeRiisus Jno Wilkes 1 saddle yearling 1 bay 3 year old Keepsake uayrnnret-jear-olJnWilkes hawmut i 1 registered Jersey bull 1 Jersey W C P heifer 1 milch con 12 nete of corn in shock 2 SOj bushels ot wheat 75 clover ricks of ha stock horfs 1 surrey pole and double harness 1 buggy aud harness 1 sulky 1 Mci ormlck Hinder 1 mower 2 cultivators 1 Disc harrow l smooth lug harrow 2 Oliver Chilled Plows 2 double- hovel plows 1 poney plow 2 farm wagons 1 liorso cart 1 wheat fan 1 cutting box 1 corn sheller 1 21 gallon kettle 1 12 gallon kettle 8 good hemp brakes one hay frame TEKMS OF SALE All sums 20 and under cash all sumsoter 32Uuciedtt of six montns without Interest Approved security Sale promptly at 10 a in September 5 1891 H J KOfJG L II PARKISH Auctioneer Aug 4 5t 1 o September 5th 1894 AtlOoclock BENS FOR CATALOGUE HORACE W WILSON SHELBY T HARBISON -- Prest - Secy oa2ke TEaiE- MONON ROUTE The Direct and Popular Line to CHICAGO And all Points NORTH and WEST Â¬ Â¬ ron SAIE Â¬ HOUSE AND LOT W8 SHORT STHEET bouth Side Frankfort K SARAH STIVERS July 14 4t 1 Vestibuled Trains Dining Car Services Palace Chair Cars Pulman Buffet Sleepers And Only First Classs Accommodations For Further Information Address ela r Posts I have for sale 2000 AINo For i CEDAR POSTS further particulars apply to me on my premises T N Arnold BL BryaD C P A W G Crush D Pi A Â¬ LOUISVILLE KY OR Feb 2 tf Jas Barker G P A Chicago 111 iAA4 v w kitttftftv m i rSL 1 mnVmmin10iiammmnwmmrvmHmmm icaijJcvTiflWPgsiagra immKcm JMJJiiBMiiJMiatMiikailfYiriiiaJMiMiiir-niMi- - rriia--rti-ir- -- r - - ujtaM jitln1THiilifillmiiiilMaiMMiiiaii it im- - jitt - V 8 7 V ff immense ATTRACTIONS Grand Program for the entire month of AUGUST AT CRXJTCHER No use to write you a long story ST ARKS re- - The prices tell the tale One thing please number THIS SALE IS FOR CASH CLOTHING Childrens knee pants 15c to Cottonade pants only 49c The best jeans pants reduced to 99c One lot of fancy D B duck vests latest styles 1 SHOES One lot ladies Oxfords only 60c reÂ¬ SHOES Large sizes only FURNISHINGS handkerchiefs reduced to 5c handkerchiefs reduced to were I2j4c suspenders reduced to 15c were 25c suspenders reduced to 25c were 50c working shirts only 22c strong cheviot working shirts cut to 48c fine penang negligee shirts cut to Si were 2 fine white pleated bosom shirts Wilson Bros make cut to Si were Si 75 Mens socks cut to 4c Mens fine socks black and tan were 20c One lot mens fine net undershirts cut to 25c were One lot ladies patent tip Oxfords only S90 were 5125 One lot ladies tan Oxfords only 99c were Si 50 One lot ladies hand sewed patent vamp shoes only S250 were S450 One large lot Bennett only 2 50 were 5 duced to 1 One biff lot childrens suits reduced to 150 One big lot childrens suits reduced to 2 99 were 4 and Barnards fine hand sewed Oxfords Small sizes left Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Sc 4 One large lot mens and boys satinet suits only S3 One large lot mens wool suits fire goods cut to 6 Mens fine corkscrew suits cut to 9 were S15 One lot mens fine clay suits Si 5 were 25 One lot boys long pant suits ages 14 to 19 all wool cut to 6 were 10 and 12 Blue and black cheviot all wool suits go at g and 10 One large lot white canvas Oxfords only 99c were Si 50 One large lot ladies kid shoes only Si 10 were Si 50 One larger lot mens 6 and 7 I2c shoe go at 4 Now is the time to buy shoes Never in the history of this county were prices to cut as at present fine neckwear cut to 25c One large lot P K shirts fine goods reduced to 75c were 1 50 One big lot umbrellas cut to 75c One large lot trunks bags telescopes prices all cut 50c One lot mens CZK XTTCZHEiE Forks of Elkhorn Â¬ IP aJBa dGaflfea A Great Poultry Sliow Mrs Maud McCarthy and child Dandruff Kills of Stamping Ground are visiting Last year the Lexington Fair and her parents Mr Barry South and Rev F W Eberhardt the Hair did not give a poultry show and wife of Midway are visiting rela- wife in our village loud were the complaints and vig- Â¬ tives in our midst iiimpom absolutely The farmers have about all fin- Â¬ orous the kicks of the chicken Mrs S C Mitchell of George- ished thresing wheat and are now fanciers This year the Fair peoremoves dand Â¬ town and Mrs J R Sampey of busily engaged in their tobacco ple have spread themselves RUFF Louisville are visiting here The Association has built a fine iLm am r va A exhibition hall for the poultry Mr Will Holton of Louisana Deafness Cant Be Cured V offered over 600 in premiums and relatives in has is visiting friends By local applications as they cannot has engaged one of the poultry our midst reach the diseased portion of the ear TO Capt Fred Jouett is rusticating There is only one way to euro deaf- judges at the Worlds Fair to judge X ness and that is by constitutional the chickens and his the assurance in the precincts of our village remedies Deafness is caused by an of several large Poultry AssociaBro Burdin is engaged in a pro inflamed condition of the mucous tions that this will be the largest CIEI1S THE Tube When lining of tracted meeting with his church the tubethe Eustachian you have a and finest poultry show ever SCALP UNO EN gets inflamed rumbling sound or imperfect hearing given in the South if not in Amerat Beech Ridge Shelby county LIVENS THE and when it is entirely elosed deaf ica Our principal experience in Rev J A Head of Owen ness is the result and unless the in Â¬ chickens has county visited relatives in our flammation can be taken out and this raising plate the been from the For Sale by All tube restored to its normal condition dinner to editorial mouth vicinity the first of the week hearing will be destroyed forever but we can say to those who love Druggists nine cases out of ten are caused by TKAUKMIJIK mile of pike intervening catarrh which is nothing but an in Â¬ the live chicken with all its faults feb 10 ly The the Estes toll gate and flamed condition of the mucous sur- Â¬ and feathers that there will never between Mr M B Lucas has been com- face will give One Hundred Dollars be a better opportunity to see it We pleted Mr Bandy Polsgrove the for any case of deafness caused by in all its beauty and varieties contractor is a hustler from way catarrh that e cannot cure by From Tuesday August 28 to taking Halls Catarrh Cure Send for Saturday September there will back and dont you forget it circulars free probably be over two thousand We are glad to announce the fowls on exhibition on the Lexing fact that Dr R C French has so Personally Conducted Tour ton Fair grounds Over Picturesque Chesa Â¬ far recovered from his recent propeake and Ohio to ride CUBES NOTHING BUT PILES 100000 People Jle tracted illness as to be able has out Mr Ouinn French who A SURE and CERTAIN CURE These popular tours will leave Annually in this country of con Â¬ also been quite sick has about reknown for IS vears as thn sumption Think of it One adult Cincinnati July 23d August 6th out of every six and yet in the early I BEST REMEDY for PILES covered SOLD BY AIX DRUGGISTS Dr J R Sampey of the and September 10th visiting Hot stages all pulmonary complaints may be readily PrepiridJz BICHABDSON MED CO ST LOUIS Natural Bridge Household controlled by Dr Halos Baptist Theological Sem- Â¬ Springs Va Southern Cough Cure is cer Caverns Richmond Va tain remedy for coughs Itand acolds Jln rz y inary Louisville was in our midst Luray and Old Point Comfort Each which if left to themselves bring on last week party will be limited to twenty pulmonary consumption Pleasant IOST IN QUANTITY BEST IN QUALI1 The price Teachers employed in this Asso five people and will be accompa- to take Children like it 50 is right only 25 and cents a ciational District No 2 as far as nied en route by an experienced bottle at P H Cahaenteiis drug we are advised are as follows viz Passenger Agent who will look store b C H Parrent Woodlake No to the comfort of everybody Guitar Instruction and Piano E R Jones Switzer No 3 Miss making all arrangements in ad- Â¬ Tuning Mamie Gallahue Forks of Elk vance etc WHITES CREM Henry Brady teacher of J horn No 9 Miss Bessie Haydon This is the most delightful way guitar will give lessons in Sax Stedmantown No n Miss Jennie to travel Price of ticket S35 tons celebrated method the Goddard Crutchers No 44 FOR 20 YEARS covering all expenses on the latest and most approved Pianos Has all WORM Remedies going trip such as hotel bills ad- tuned and repaired First class EVERYledBOTTLE GUARANTEED1 Mr S Black who has been For terms SOLD BY AIX DRUGGISTS quite sick during the past week is mission to Bridge and Caverns references furnished Prepared by transfers Carriage drive at Rich- Â¬ c apply at 318 Clinton street mciunnsos bkuAjink to bt lovis better mond and railroad fare returning tf 45 May i2 ly Send for descriptive pamphlet Mrs Julia Hughes and Mrs roil DYSPEPSIA have each giving itinerary and details Sarah Featherston Indigestion ami Stomach disorder take lllMMVVS IKON UITTEHS C B Ryan A G P A been on the sick list during the Job work exe Â¬ All dealers keep It 81 per bottle Genuine has C trade mark and crossed red tines on wrapper O Ry Cincinnati 0 past week office yk JOHN ECHOLS ST JOHN B0LE S UE0K IVKES C 0 Tic S W R R THK MISSISSIPPI VALLEY ROUTE Â¬ Â¬ ONLY ONE NIGHTS RIDE Ml Limited MEMPHIS Â¬ J TVT E Q LOUISVILLE TQ IS THE MOST PERFECT SERVICE MEMPHIS VICKSBURGr NEW ORLEANS AND ALL POINTS Â¬ Ji South and Southwest Â¬ Rates Tickets niid all Information furnished by Ticket Agent of uny Railway Co jf not address 1 Â¬ TABLERSniI buckeye OINTMENT film n WTriVelliiisPaMt J McBRIDE Aiient Loulmlile Ky t T B LYNCH Geiuu il Passenger Agent Louisville Ky L south Lv Lexington Yfiriiullton Midway Bagdad N TIME TABLE A M A M P II P II Â¬ No 17 No 19 Nol 1 G5 N623 i Spring Station Frankfort Pleasurevllle Enilnenco Lagrange 845 001 917 925 1023 1038 1044 1115 1135 1144 1219 A- - Â¬ 961560 Â¬ Pewee Valley Anchorage Ar Louisville 017 634 041 707 733 715 812 P SI 015 686 050 2351 057 300 720 333 751 349 800 357i S13 4251 838 418 855 212 227 4GGi 520 P SI 9 03 935 P SI 1 WORMS NORTH Lv Louisville Anchorage leweo Valley M No 18 No 20 No 22 No 24 VERMIFUGE Lagrange Lmlnmce Pleasurevllle 735 811 824 920 933 919 a5o Â¬ Midway Yurmillton Ar Lexington Spring Station IJlail rankfort 1020 1045 410 433 448 615 542 560 005 035 Hirr U ll llihUl ld 020 054 705 733 758 800 825 855 921 929 910 O 9 30 402 410 428 450 460 535 559 6 00 5 09 021 0W neatly at this cuted No 21 will stop nt Anchorage jind Ghrlatiansburg for passengers for Lexington and points beyond Nob 17 and 21 connect at Lagrttngo for Cincinnati No Ill and 21 couueut at Anchorage for Ulooinilekl Branch X r