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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rc Tee Frankfort RonIDABOUT GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance NO VOL XYIII THE CITY COUNCITj FBANKFORT KY SATURDAY MAY 18 1895 Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Report 37 ANXUAL MEET1XG Kentucky Educational Association at Lexington July 1 2 and 3 - It Fixes the Tax Rate at 145 and Passes Contract for Electric Ijight The City Council at its regular meeting Tuesday night transacted some business of great importance to the taxpayers The ordinance fixing the tax Tate for the year and which passed its first reading at a called meet ing on Monday afternooon was finally passed by the unanimous vote ot the board at j 145 on It is divided each 100 valuation follows as Â¬ m tf B- The program for the annual meeting of the Kentucky Educational Association to be held at Lexington Monday Tuesday and encouragement and support byjAX OLD FIRM DISSOLVES Wednesday uly 1 2 and 3 was the association of all rational efforts The Iioulsvillo and Frankfort received from Presideut McHenry jfcvdIJlS Balbrigan underwear in the line of industrial inRhoads of this city on Monday made suits only 50 cents Houses of Messrs Crutchor It is too lengthy for the Round St arks to be Discon Â¬ struction in every feasible man socks full regular nected about to publish but as the asso- Â¬ ZMZens pair for 25 cents ner made 2 ciation embraces the teachers from He also secured the admission The firm of Crutcher Starks and teck of teachers of Industrial Manual the enterprising business men every city and county in the State ties only 25 cents schools who have conducted the largest and among them numbers some of 50 cents Training and Technical For Sinking Fund ELS white ties long and 20 cents to the association For School Fund as advisory clothing and gents furnishing the ablest men and women in the good quality only 10 cents 75 cents members For General Fund profession the meeting cannot fail of the committee on per dozen Besides this a poll tax of 150 Industrial and Technical Educa house in the city for the past 15 to be both entertaining and in years will be dissolved on the hemstitched handker on each male over twenty one tion 8th of July Messrs John P and structive to all who may attend chiefs five for 25 cents years was imposed by the ordi- Â¬ This is the first association orOf the Frankfort teachers Prof their Rhoads is unlaundried shirts nance This tax on 3400000 ganized in the South and will Ike Starks withdrawing down on the program IfcsiZeimS interest from the house in this city only 28 cents property valuation in the city will serve as a model for other States for a response as President to the yield each of the funds less the therefore the recognition of in- and Mr D C Crutcher with Â¬ addresses of welcome Miss Louise white laundried shirts drawing his interest from the only 50 cents cost of collection and A Wiard will talk on Language dustrial education and educators Louisville house and in order to bills the following amount viz Prof J D ZLvdieiiS fancy laundried shirts in that line may result in a more reduce the stock before that time in Grammar Grades 17000 Sinking Fund only 50 cents will take part in the dis Coleman 6800 intimate relationship between the they announce a great dissolution School Fund How to 25500 public school and the people and sale on the eighth page of this cussion on the address suspenders white General Fund Groom a School Mr T M or fancy only 25 cents a higher appreciation of the effort paper If Mr D C Crutcher 49300 Total of Superintendent of the school in the line of indus- can dispose of the store in this Goodnight cuffs all sizes ony A petition was presented from trial education Thompsons office will join in the 5 cents a pair city by June 1st he will remove to the Frankfort Insurance Board discussion The True Work of Boise City Idaho where he and linen collars only 10 THE FISCAL COURT asking that the water company be the Institute and also Civics in and 12 Yj cents each allowed to put a second line of Sheriffs Settlements and Tax his two brothers are interested in the Public School Superinten- Â¬ a large enterprise but if he fails working shirts 25 35 pipe across the bridge to prevent Rate Postponed and County dent Ed Porter Thompson will and 45 cents each to sell by that time he will settle Treasurer Abolislied the cutting off of the supply of close the exercises with an address down here purchase a home and water to the north side of the city night robes large The Fiscal Court of the county make this his permanent residence Besides these Prof J T Gaines sizes only 50 cents in case an accident happens to the composed of the County Judge continuing business at the old and Miss Addie Schroeder of present line of pipe as it did on Louisville both of whom are well and five magistrates held a meet stand But whether he sells or Councilman Miles obSunday ing Monday to pass upon Sheriff not he will be here until the first known here are features of the jected and said that the water R D Armstrongs accounts and of September as he cannot possi Â¬ program the former in a discus- Â¬ company were using the insurance to fix a ax rate for county pur- bly leave before then and will be sion on The Materials of Litera- Â¬ You can save money if you will board to further their designs poses for this year The first mat glad to have his friends call and ture How to use them in Class buy your furnishing and that he thought it came in goods at far as a settlement with get some of the great bargains he Work and the latter for an ad ter in so bad grace from the insurance dress on The Proper Training of the State was concerned was ap- Â¬ is offering in the meantime companies to ask it just after Teachers proved but the settlement for the they had raised the insurance A Waterfall The daily sessions of the Assowas postponed rates here when they had prom- Â¬ county revenue ciation will be held at the Audi Monday as was also the A joint of the water main at the ised upon the completion of the until next Last year south end of the St Clair street toruim of the State College Mo 214 St Clair St next door to question of a tax rate new water works to lower them rate was 40 cents for county bridge broke Saturday night and Tickets from this city will be sold R K McClure The petition was finally referred to the at one fare for the round trip on rail- a volume of water cents for purposes and 6 spreading out the bridge committee and it is probable the same like a brides veil or a miniature June 30 July 1 and 2 and be The ordinance prohibiting the roads will be fixed The action Niagara fell into the river until good returning until July 5th street cars from going faster than rate of the court in abolishing the Monday afternoon The break A Terrible Visitant four miles an hour over the bridge office of County Treasurer was in could not be repaired until a new was given its final passage always a terrible visitant Pain the nature of a surprise to the collar was obtained from Louis domicilesIs itself with one for life and often This in The ordinance was finally passed 29 Stores people as well as the candidates ville on the late train Monday fliction Is preventable In cases of rheumatlsm 29 Stores to ratify the contract with the Gas by timely resort to Hostetfrs Stomach Bitters The place paid 400 per annum night As the water supply was which checks the encroachments of this obsti Â¬ and Electric Light Co to light malady nate The and has been held by Mr Ben necessarily diminished on the term and dangerous Is used at the outset rheu dangerous advisedly for the whole city with arc lights Marshall for more than two years north side matlsnm Is always liable to attack the vital or Mr Griffin of the gans In discussing the nuisance of life No testimony Is more and Besides Mr Marshall who Water Company and Fire Depart- Â¬ conclusiveterminate past and concurrent than that of physi hitching horses on the streets it cians who testify to the excellent effect of the sought a re election the contestants ment to prepare in case of fire Hitters In this disease Person Incur a watting In rainy or snowy weather and who are exposed was discovered that an ordinance for the office were Messrs Gus had the cisterns filled and the to draughts should use the Bitters in a preven tive of 111 effects Malarln dyspepsia liver and not only prohibited it but also re- Â¬ Thomas John Harrod and George steam fire engine put in condition kidney trouble nervousness anddebltlty are also anions the ailments to which this popular medi quired livery stables to keep all cine Is adapted For the lnilrmltles soreness Hannen Alter questioning the to answer alarms and tltlness of the aged It Is highly benelldal their customers vehicles and their Sheriff as to the amount of the own off the streets except on pubcountys funds in his hands and Worlds Columbian Exposition ANJfOD NCBSIENT lic days The City Marshal was learning that since he has held the Will be of value to the world by For Representative requested to enforce the ordinance office of Sheriff the county has al- Â¬ illustrating the improvements in We are authorized to announce W J LEWIS as for Representative of Franklin Prof Robbins In Georgia ways been in his debt and there- Â¬ the mechanical arts and eminent n candidate Legislature subject to the action county In the Primary election party Democratic fore did not need the services of a physicians will tell you that the ot the 3d 1895 August While visiting Atlanta Ga last Treasurer it was proposed and progress of medicinal agents has week Mr Geo Robbins attended adopted by the court that the been of equal importance and as the meetings at which the manu- Â¬ SflLOOH office of Treasurer be abolished a strengthening laxative that NOAHS facturers of Georgia effected an 1 This will require the Sheriff to Syrup of Figs is far in advance of TUB BEST 200 organization the object of which perform the duties of that office all others is to promote the manufacturing m 1 industries of the State As a Now Clerk in the Post Office Cut Flowers result of the effort of Mr Rob- Â¬ Snnn from 10 to 12 also nioe counter Mr J M Williams has been When you want cut flowers of lunch Come one come all Bottle bins the association provided in Plata a1 WZ1 a specialty vacant clerkship any kind you want them cut fresh its constitution for a committee on appointed to the UtUOVlti fra- IIOAU UUU4 Vf in the Post Office his average to preserve their beauty and industrial and technical education being the highest at the recent grance Therefore Powers greenthe duty of which shall be to in- Â¬ house is the place to get them and 305 Broadway Frankfort Ky civil service examinatipn Mr vestigate and report the relation Williams already held the position he dont intend to be undersold by Mar 9 6m Go ship of the Industrial Manual of second substitute mail carrier anyone in either cut flowers or plants A full supply of plant will Training and Polytechnic Schools in the office Stone Co be kept at the store from now on Tie Capital Artificial Largest House Furnishers in the to the manufacturing industries of Eggs for hatching from choice and sold at prices that cant be CONTRACTS PREPARED World the State and nation 18 for all kinds ot TO EXECUTE such as side 35 tf cement work Barred Plymouth Rocks 1 for beat walks In either hexagonal block or solid work He also wrote a resolution seating of 13 steps curbing cellar work dec at lowest rates S T Fortune Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder 223 225 IMXCTST W E UOS WORTH Address which was passed pledging the May U lni Frankfort Ky Worlds Pair Highest Medal tad Diploma 33m Â¬ Re Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE Â¬ Baking SELLS four-in-hand Â¬ IL4IHS Ifcsens Â¬ Â¬ non-collectab- le IfcvnS v33S 1 Â¬ lsen ivCeriS 3ivenS 2seKLS Â¬ Gentlemen pTSTEIty Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Bed Room Suits 10 and up Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ M m t ran Parlor Suits 17 and up Sideboards 950 and up Center Tables and up Beds and up aa Â¬ Â¬ HALDI Â¬ Rhodes Burford Furniture Â¬ SB HE rTgrjgqynnniim iiiiMjiro WM Hudson Humphries HLa ye Inau-g-urited- - a G ran5 MARK DOWN SALE Hi i -- A Big Cut In Prices and CLOTHING FYirrrishitng V Hi a WiY SES5 TVYerVs V Mens Boys and Childrens Hats Goods at REDUCED PRICES Go Only for CASH Goods i fSHhf yv i I i roil MAS wa ffi Hudson Humphries fc feLnE i fflf w lr W8jmtem4 f r wnf JJLI iisi ittitt njroruixinnnriJinnjiJTnnnruxnjiJVtnnjiJinririnnj Lop Wk WEDDING M KAjfif M Wfi Birthday Presents iar sarEJiBXjiarca- TTTTTTyyTTTTvyTTyTyiryyyTTTTi Selbert f f v v Ar IF YOU KNEW That day by day slowly but surely you are permanently Injuring your eyesight by neglecting to provide yourself with suitable glass- es wouldnt yon hasten to have Perhaps you do them examined not require glasses Perhaps again If a pair were carefully adjusted to your sight now It might save you a life- WE MAKE NO time of regret E 0 CHARGE FOR EXAMINATION 7EHAUEN Graduate Optlsan will be with A SELBERT the JEWELER from M May the seventh to May the seventeenth vw silvbe Extm Plated -IfcTID- Wabbs The Leading I Jeweler 233 St Clair public will bringing up question of of the act of it fuuirLnnjuirinnnnnJuuinjviJiiTJUuiruiJX OlJt G lsuss to 1865 Wakefield Street imuuinnm innnnnnru LTuijLjuijTnxLrLrn Hv Confederate monument in Oak inquired for by friends She has THE PITBIilC PARK wood cemetery erected in memory not been heard from for two An Opportunity to Securo One of 6000 Confederate prisoners who months Mrs Penn of Frankfort to Which Attention is died at Camp Douglas from 1862 is here to look for her She is Invited Choate by a fire at their planing mill on Friday night of last week sustained a loss It was covered of about 200 by insurance Lightning struck the corner of Mr Lou Choates house on the West Side Friday of last week Bowling Green with a less popula- Â¬ and after tearing off a few strips tion than Frankfort and many glanced to a large oak tree and other smaller cities maintain parks skinned it The vestry of Ascension Church which are regarded by their citizens as their chief pride and gen- Â¬ have let a contract for the remoderal health resort and to put the eling of the house until recently question to the inhabitants of occupied by Mrs Green as a res- Â¬ those towns as to their faith in idence It will be converted into Sunday school the usefulness of parks would call a commodious forth a decisive answer that they room The ladies of the Methodist are indispensible and worth more to a larger number of citizens than Church will give a meat and any other single public institution strawberry supper at Todds con- Â¬ If the lots between Bridge street fectionary on next Thursday even- Â¬ and the school property belonged ing Their success in the past will to the city and now is the time to insure a large attendance of patrons arrange for the purchase while the on this occasion property is unimproved and com- Â¬ Dallas Crutcher says he is the paratively cheap it could be grad Â¬ only man in the county aside from ually filled and terraced to the Rev B Fay Mills who can make river provided with walks foun the merchants of Frankfort close tains and flowers and made a spot up The other merchants say it of surpassing loveliness to which is not a question of close up the whole city would be irresisti Â¬ with them but clothes down bly drawn to luxuriate in the The advent of spring has brought beautilul panorama spread before forth the usual house cleaning and There is no other piece of general improvements and for the them property in the city having any of past few weeks the painters paper the desirable features for a park hangers and house furnishing deal- Â¬ excepting Jhis stretch of ground ers have been kept busily at work from Bridge street to the city on houses in all parts of the city school and as the opportunity to Mrs Mary Ryan in coming acquire the property on reasonable down the steps Tuesday from the terms is before the people now second story of her house on Main it should not fail to claim their street into her grocery fell and most serious attention broke her arm She is resting comfortably now but her great Iiocal Brevities age will necessarily cause the frac- Â¬ Mr Solomon Bishop transferred ture to prolong her suffering and to his wife 12 acres of land near helplessness Peaks Mill for 365 Mr John T Gray formerly of Dr J S Coleman has purchased this city will have charge this for 3000 the Ned Cummins prop- season of the Harrogate Tenn erty on Ann street occupied by Four Seasons Motel He expects Hursey Black to have it in readiness next week The storeroom on St Clair street Mr Gray is an experienced mana Â¬ belonging to the Fincel Brothers ger of hotels and his friends here was sold this week to Dr Vincent wish him an abundant success in A Kaltenbrun for 56ooo guests and profits A D Evans of Jetts has The Populists of this county compromised his suit for damages held a meeting at the courthouse Nashville last Saturday afternoon at which against the Louisville He accepted 575 speeches were made by Messrs Railroad Co Mr Sam Salyers has sold his W T B South Polk Moore and farm on the Owenton turnpike to W P Marsh The question of Mr A Q Gaines and his farm nominating a candidate for the on the Georgetown turnpike to I Legislature was postponed until N Salyers the first Monday in July On Decoration day in Chicago The Louisville Times of ThursMajor Henry T Stanton of this day says Mrs Mcna Sargent of will read a poem on the oc- Frankfort who came here about city casion of the dedication of the five months ago is being anxiously Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ that the city purchase the site of the Fincel block for a public park has been received with a great deal of favor A number of citizens have re quested the Roundabout to keep the matter before the people so that they may not fail to give it that consideration it deserves The suggestion r r v Â¬ I i r r Fi Lv v ll have the effect of for trial the whole NEW the constitutionality FAMILY 1886 The decision 43 ST CLAIR STREET in this case will be of great im- Â¬ stopping at 1800 Lytle street The graves of the Confederate portance to those counties desiring FORTUNE Jit JORDAN Proprs dead in the cemetery of this city to obtain free turnpikes by levying will be decorated next Saturday a tax to pay for them EVERYTHING in the Grocery line fresh and afternoon at 4 oclock There will Engines for Sale nice be no ceremony of any kind fur- Â¬ Orders promptly filled and deliver- Â¬ ed A portable engine a stationary see in any part of the city Call and ther than the gathering of the us FORTUNE JORDAN friends and surviving soldiers at the engine and a bull wheel are of ffered for sale cheap Apply to mayll Sm cemetery where a prayer will be Co John Cochran THE GREATEST said and the flowers then spread 374t DISCOVERY OF THF AfP over the graves by the daughters flNJfCTIAN Deafness Cant Be Cured rnroa in 1 tn 4 rfnta Tm of the soldiers mediate in effect quick to pnrn A Tinntrica nravnntn By local applications as they cannot Â¬ The Sixth Annual State Conventivn fnT Vtn snvwt1 diseased portion of the ear pocket nil complete in one email package Bent reach the tion of Christian Endeavor will be There is only one way to cure deaf by mail prepaid plain jncknse on receipt of price flOOperboz ness and held at the Warren Memorial remedies that is by constitutional J W GAYLE Sole Agent Deafness is caused by an Church in Louisville beginning inflamed condition of the mucous When next Friday and continuing until lining of the Eustachian Tube have a the tube gets inflamed you I following the Sunday The rumbling sound or imperfect hearing DR KELLEY and when it is entirely closed deaf churches of this city will send del- ness is the result and unless the in Â¬ egations to the meeting Tickets flammation can be taken ont and this OF CINCINNATI O will be attne tube restored to its normal condition for the round trip will be sold at hearing will be destroyed forever of ten are caused by one fare on Thursday and be good nine cases oat is nothing but an in Â¬ catarrh which returning until Monday the 27th flamed condition of the mucous sur Â¬ IX LEXINGTON KY face inst We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of deafness caused by Saturday May 25 1895 Judge Dcmpsey of Hopkins catarrh that e cannot eure by Saturday June 8 1895 taking Halls county was nominated at the circulars freeCatarrh Cure Send for Saturday June 22 1895 Owensboro convention Thursday as HEMORRHOIDS wliHt are termed piles In any form cured without surgery THE BIG FOUR ROUTE the nominee of the Democratic ULCERATION and CATARRH of the rectum also party for Railroad Commissioner in cured the First District Assistant Adjt Has the Best Terminal Facili Â¬ FISTULA and FISSURES cured ties at Chicago REEERENCES Gen Frank B Richardson was W McKee Hurdle Frankfort Ky also a candidate for the nomina- Â¬ All trains enter Chicago on the Illi- Â¬ J A aeon Frankfort Ky along six miles of Anthony Leach Irnnktort Ky nois tion and his friends here regretted the Central tracks through the most J T staten irnnktort Ky Lake Front V Berberlcn Frankfort h Rev to learn of his defeat The con- ficturesque portion of the city and A H L I llulett Benson Ky McUlure FranKfort Ky in the mngmilcent V J Hughes Frankfort Ky vention also declared for the free New Central Station on Twelfth street David Moore Benson Ky Â¬ and unlimited coinage of silver at and Lake Front This station is con- Jas M Wlthrow Frankfort Ky venient to the Auditorium Richelieu DR KELLEYS office and residence Is at 269 the ratio of 16 to 1 West Eighth street Cincinnati and w hero Victoria and Leland Hotels and with Â¬ be found everyday of each week except he may SATUR in two blocks of the State and A leading physician says the Wabash Street Cable Lines and the DAYS W I KELLEY 31 D 259 W Eight St ClnclnnatlO Railway Con health of the city for the past four South Side Elevated made at Hyde venient stops are also months has been distressingly Park Thirty Ninth street and Twenty good and if it continues the doc- Â¬ Second street Stations Yestibuled Magnificent Trains tors will have to go into some Parlor Cars Wagner Sleeping Cars OX SOUTH SIDE Private Compartment Buffet Sleepa ing Cars and Superb Dining Cars No other kind of business to make 3TJRY DWELLING OF SIX transfer across Cincinnati to make ATW0 kitchen a large yad a good ROOMS cistern He is nevertheless hu Â¬ connections livelihood and stable all within two and a half squares of bridge Terms easy Inquire at 207 West Main mane enough to hope that the Your ticket should read via the Big street 35 lt Four Route to enjoy those privileges good health may continue but E OMcCormick Pass Traffic Mgr Tkt Agt IOST IN QUANTITY warns the people and city govern D B Martin Genl Pass BEST IN QUALI1 Big Four Route Cincinnati O ment that now is the time to see to it that the streets alleys and premises are kept clean Grocert PIGEON MILK W Â¬ PHOENIX HOTEL Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WORMS WHITES CREIM trtptrtd br CO Â¬ w Do not be weary of well doing but keep the good work going Keep the streets and alleys clean and do not allow nuisances of any kind to be committed or exist on Health or about back premises should be the first consideration with everyone and the most important step towards preserving or recovering it is to breathe fresh wholesome air and this cannot bedone unless the cltyjs thorough ly cleansed of all its impure ordors Â¬ m Mild fc Ill j VERMIFUGE FOR 20 YEARS Has led all WORM Remedies RICIURDSOS BkUIllMi ST LOCI 8 EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS Mayl2 ly tuxri Fimc vnnpisQZ ltd Â¬ mum uwuisiiuuscii mtiun MW tORKUfX TABLERSnil D BUCKEYE ABSOLUTELY PURE THE OLD RELIABLE The re instatement of an injunc tion by Judge Hazelrigg of the Court of Appeals in the case of Â¬ rilllj CURE MED CO I I OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES SWEET CAPORAL C B Pearce W W Baldwin and Â¬ m others against Mason county to prevent the county from levying and collecting a tax to buy turn pikes and make them free to the CIGARETTE Hu stood the Test ol Time MORE SOLD THAN ALL OTHER BRANDS COMBINED Dec 15 1 years as the BEST REMEDY for PILES known for IB Prepirjdty MnyllMy A SURE and CERTAIN F m SOLD JIY ALL DKVGGISTS BICHABCS01T Â¬ ST X0UI3 yG l U Co lMM6IMPSMBHHfiMfflHB9OT99ffrPflPP Mtirtiiiiiii w Jf J Jfy Kid Mrai tfk Fit WE WANT YOU TO REMEMBER Like That we have the lergest stock of Dry Goods Notions c kept by any firm in Frankfort and at prices which are as low as can be sold by anyone for good goods We Keep all the Best Makes ls an exPresson that we hear Dress Goods and Silks All the very litest in Plain and Novelty Goods Silks Velvets Laces and Jets for trimming Our 35 50 and 65 cent Silks for waists are beauties B3 woe Corsets AMERICAN LADY CENTUARY DR WARNERS Arm Mr 1 i daily at our glove counter EBnSssW when Al l flal5 ISiD customers try on the Best line ever put on sale in our city and at the very lowest prices WRSH GOODS fe O ffig BilUtSf I WP KMfi KAYSER Patent Finger Tipped Silk Gloves But they not only fit well they wear well We warrant them- - with each pair a guarantee ticket that entitles you to a new pair free in any case where the Tips wear out before the gloves Blacks and Colors WEITZEL DONNELL I Full line of Silk and Mull frorro 25 cents up 1 50c 75c and 100 lvEAifcT STIESESET C-A-S- TIT HAVE MOVED TO W A GAINES B COS Our stock of imple Â¬ ro s lowest elsewhere and everything needÂ¬ ments is the best on ed on the farm is large the market Our line of vehicles is the fin Â¬ est and our prices are the Give us a Our supply of trial before buying m harness saddles gear NEW STORER in M ON MAIN STREET on the roadway as to a great career barely leave room for vehicle to nor set the pace of Bttered at the post office at Frankfort Kentucky nor decide the character of the pass and in numerous places the as second class mailable matter Almighty God For such impor- Â¬ holes and ruts are so deep as to FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT indite the creed of an eternal soul encroached - CUT TBI GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FflANKFORT MAY 18 1895 Twelve Page GOOD ADVICE tant decisions one needs to be in the best possible trim just as he does to play a successful athletic game just as when the speed record of the Minneapolis was to be made up a moment was chosen Chaplain Wright Urges Men to Take Their Bearings in their Best Moods A home letter written by Rev Carroll Q Wright Chaplain of the U S Steamship Minneapolis as a part of the story of the first cruise of that vesssel last February contains sound and in spiring advice to the crew of his vessel for a right and God fearing life A printed copy of the letter was seen at the home of Mr John of Mr E Miles the father-in-laWright who with his wife is now visiting this city and as the Â¬ Â¬ w subject- -matter is as applicable to land Â¬ lubbers as to the middies a few excerpts were taken for their benefit The bright side is oftener true Better take than the black side your bearings when you are in your best moods We are creatTUB BOUTjEVAIID Dont measure ures of moods the Pride but Now the yourself and God and the world Once Shame of Frunkfort Â¬ when she was in her best mood So let us seize the very best and brightest moments we experience in which to form opinions on the greatest things God soul man Â¬ kind civil government morality love and a thousand other quesAnd tions that press upon us tempers when one of these better is mellowing and clearing your mind I do fervently pray that you may decide to champion every good cause to be an enthusiastic citizen as well as ser servant of the United States to attend the worship of the Almigh Â¬ ty God on Sunday to frown upon and flatly rebuke all nasty speech unpatriotic utterances and the crimes of lying theft gambling and profane swearing AvvnrueC A Leautiful prayer was also Highest Honors Worlds Fair written on the occasion by Mr Wright and printed on a card for the men to commit to memory Â¬ Â¬ make it dangerous to travel over them There will be an accident and injury on this road at night unless steps are taken at once to repair it Why this beautiful walk and drive once the most popular pleasure resort around the city should be so neglected and uncared for is a mystery which not only the citizens have fre- Â¬ quently asked each other but which strangers have often com- Â¬ mented on and considered an evidence of Frankforts shiftlessness and general indifference to waste A few days work by and ruin the workhouse gang in widening the narrow points and spreading broken rock on the road and re- Â¬ pairing the wooden walk way as far as it goes would be a trifling cost in comparison to the pleasure such improvements would bring and the amount perhaps this might save the city in a suit for damages Â¬ IRE AT CUT SALE Which embraces Everything in my Stock Gome now while you can make one Dollar buy two dollars worth of Slioes Boots Nothing reserved Jit f M S BAVi mm m IM Or Hats 1 everything goes in the Big Cut Sale FerdSt Jacobs Olstir Street 204 Eg II 11 M FO REDUCED PRICES On The Following Lines Â¬ Â¬ DR Hardware Wall Paper Harness Paints Oil Glass Brushes Lime Cement Plaster Fire Clay Fire Brick Sewer and Flue Pipe Fire Grates Wire Blacksmiths and Wagon Material Wagons Sash Doors Belting Leather Avery Plows Fertilizers Steel Roofing Fishing Tackle Guns Blast ing and Rifle Powder Cultery Etc Â¬ CALL ON when you are shriveled up with bitterness or twisted with indiges tion or writhing with conscience At ache or seething with anger such times let us suspend all im portant decisions were not big enough at such times to establish the principles of a wondrous heart nor to fix the bounds and paint the hues of a marvelous life nor That part of the boulevard that belongs to the city from the Devils Hollow bridge to the Louisville turnpike is an abomination that should either be closed to the public or else put in such repair as to make it safe to life and property that pass over it In one place the hill side has so CREAM M A COLLINS PENNYROYAL PILLS D en I2U QU nn BAKING Telephone No 56 MAIN STREET The only safo aure and reliable Female FILL ever offered to Ladles especially recommend Â¬ ed to married Ladies nXJM and take no other Boxes v Â¬ POWMR MOST PERFECT MADE of Tartar Powder Fre from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD A pure Grape Cream QSbbbbbbbbIbbsbbbbki tiSFFox Feb 23 av tar SLKOIIlrlimOTAL per fcoxo for circular Price 9100 uxsasxxAyu js XJic MOxJ Sale by HOIiMES 3c ly mrBmd lor f500 2Dr uerlts vujo D PERSONA Mrs John T Buckley waa in Louis--vlll- o r mm I Saturday Miss Annio Wollorman spent Sun day in Louisville Mr and Mrs P H Newman were in Louisville this weok Mr E L Samuel wont to Texas this week on a business trip Mr Morton Oasseday of Louisville was here Monday on business Mr T L Edelen returned home irom a trip to Lebanon Monday Mrs R W Mcltery goes to Dayton Ohio to day to visit her parents Gen Payette Hewitt and Mr Virgil Hewitt were in Louisville Monday Miss Nellie Felmer has been visit Â¬ ing friends in Louisville this week Mr W H Posey will go to Capon Springs West Virginia next week Mrs Mary Haff will go to Chicago on a brief business trip next Wednes Â¬ day Mr and Mrs Henry F Duncan visited relatives in Georgetown Sun- Â¬ Â¬ day Mr J Henning Nelms of Lexington was in the city Tuesday on legal bus ines Mrs Wickliffe of Louisville is the guest of her sister Mrs Joseph H Lewis Miss Grace Guerrant of Jessamine county is visiting her sister Mrs D C Lilly Judge J H Yost of Greenville Ky attended the Court of Appeals Wednesday MissKittie Wiggins of Washing ton D C is in the city visiting her sister Mrs Hathaway Dr W E Baxter is quartered for the summer at the beautiful country home of Gen Hondrick Mr J N Miles was in attendance at the Winter Wheat Millers League at Louisville on Wednesday Miss Fannie Gill after a visit to the Misses Hughes at Farmdale returned home to Shelby ville Monday Mrs Dan J Gorman of Lexington was present at the OBrien Downey wedding in this city Tuesday Mrs Hines of Bowling Green is ful mission visiting her brother-in-laJudge Advertised Letters at Thos H Hines and family in this Kentucky Â¬ Â¬ w Miss Lucy Farmer and Mr Edward Farmer of Louisville spent last week with their grandmother Mrs E F Farmer near Farmdale this county Mrs Adams and Miss Minnie Allen of Marshall Missouri sister and niece of Mrs D M Woodson are the guests of the latter lady on Cross street Misses Lizzio Thomas of Philadel Â¬ phia and Carrie Pago of Louisville who have been visiting the family of uneir aunt lurs j jv urutcher re Â¬ turned to Louisville Monday Mrs Mary Taylor and son Master Bright of Eminence spent several days with her husband Rev W B Taylor temporary pastor of the Christian Church in this city the first of the week The name of Mrs John H Stuart of this city is on the program of the Kings Daughters State meeting at St Pauls church in Louisville next Wednesday She will read a paper on The Almighty Dollar Past Grand Commander Jacob Swigert Dr V A Kaltenbrun and Geo A Lewis Grand Captain of the Guard left Tuesday for Bowling Green to attend the annual conclave of the Grand Com raandry of Knights Templar Mrs Mary Haff is embroidering the silk stole which Rev R L McCready will wear on the occasion of his ordination to morrow week It has white lilies on white silk and is pronounced by connoisseurs of such work to be a most beautiful de Â¬ sign and the perfection of needle craft A telegram to tho Courier Journal last Wednesday announced that the Womens Board of Foreign Missions ot the M E Church South in Session at Meridian Miss had appointed and arranged to sendMiss Willie Bowman of St Louis as a missionary to Brazil Miss Bowman will be remembered as the daughter of Col Ohas E Bowman State Agricultural Commission Â¬ er under Gov Blackburn She togeth- Â¬ er with her sister Miss Georgia re- Â¬ sided here with her father a number of years and has many friends here who will wish her a safe and success- Â¬ Â¬ THE NEW F F V LIMITED Commencing Sunday May 13th the F F V Limited will leave Cincinnati dailv at 1220 noon arriving at Washington at 740 a m Baltimore 900 a m Phila- Â¬ delphia 1120 a m and New York 140 p m The train will consist of Composite Car Elegant Day Coach with Smoking Com partment Dining Car Pullman Sleeping Cars of the latest and most improved design and an Observation Car Emphasis is especially placed on the Observa- Â¬ tion Car Built by the Pullman Company from Chesapeake and Ohio plans the F F V Obser vation Cars serve their purpose better than any others that have ever been constructed As the F F V Limited is the only train having an Observation Car attached it necessarily fol- Â¬ lows that the Chesapeake and Ohio Ry alone has scenery interesting enough to demand an Observation Car The F F V Limited is the only train running through from Cincinnati to New York that enables the business men to trans act business in Cincinnati one day and New York the next It is the only train for Jersey City Coast resorts which are reached by the F F V at dinner time instead of in the evening It is the only train that enables business men to transact business in Cincinnati one day and reach Washington for breakfast the next morning It is the most desirable train for New England resorts connections being made in the Union Depot in Washington with the Colonial Express running through to Boston which reaches New Haven 410 p New London 530 r m m Providence 7 1 5 p m and Boston Â¬ Leaffier u WM Belling et M ssssSssllssHiWlniEL Â¬ 60 Riding Bridles Back Bands Traces Halters Buggy Bridles 125 Horse Colars 75 guaranteed Cross cut Saws 12 Horse Covers 7000 bolts Wall Paper 30 Saddles 36 Lap Robes or Dusters 50 Work Bridles 12 Pumps Also agent for Oliver Chilled Plows and repairs and Buckeye Reaper and Mower Full line of Hardware of all kinds constantlv on hand very low figures 25 sets Buggy Harness 150 Wagon Whips 200 Buggy Whips Are overstocked on the following articles which I am selling at CThe E COLLINS Broadway Hardware Dealer The Monroe I Patent STONEWARE BwMtBTrTTTMMP rCfWbiTssHtsVHBsH JfaSSafil P mmmm fli LINED J Z71D THE ALASKA CHARCOAL FILLED 830 p m The F F V is the oniy modern train lighted through- Â¬ out with Electricity carrying a Dining Car and an Observation Car The Washington andiKtlantic Express also an FAeamc Lighted Vestibuled train wjjtave Cincin- Â¬ nati at 700 p m Caching Wash- Â¬ ington 240 p m and Old Point Comfort 600 p m Connection is made at Washington with the Boston Express or the Limited reaching New York rbout 900 p m At Norfolk connection is made with the Old Dominion Steamship Line reaching New York 300 p m the next day THE IMPROVED Frankfort HKWIU r Sale IBy city u V Below will be found a list of adver Â¬ Woodlake spent several days with tised letters for the week ending Miss Margaret Lewis the first of the May 18 1895 Persons calling for letters in the week following list will please say that MissesSallie and Lulie Craine who have been visiting in Lexington are they were advertised otherwise they now the guests of their aunt at VerÂ¬ may not receive them Free delivery of letters by carriers at the residence sailles of owners may bo secured by the Mrs Hugh Rodman of Whashing observance of the following rules t3n D 0 is here the guest of her First Direct letters plainly to the slstor Mrs Will Rodman of Point street and number of house Breeze Second Head letters with the Mrs Taylor has joined her husband writers full address including street Rev W B Taylor of the Christian and number and request answers to Church at the Misses Ohinns on be addressed accordingly Broadway Third Letters to strangers or tran Â¬ Misses VanMeter Sullivan and sient visitors in the town or city Harris of Shelbyville were the guests whose especial address may be un- Â¬ of Mrs Ohas F Exum the first part known should be marked in the left hand corner by the word Tran Â¬ of the week Mr Orfando Crittenden arrived sient Fourth Place the postage stamp from Greenville Miss Thursday ac companied by his little son to visit on the upper right hand corner and leave space between the stamp and his mother and sisters Mrs Maria Starling and her daugh- Â¬ directions for postmark Lou ter Miss Laura Starling of Green- Â¬ Black Mrs Annie HunterHon WG B ville Miss arrived last Saturday to Battle J M Johnsonflr Clark Jo Thomas Jonos MraO visit Mrs R P Pepper Attorney General Hondrick who Campbell Miss Petlos Toy Adeline Pntton Daniel P has been to Pittsburg New York Dyche Hon A R Prathor Mrs City and other places in the East re Fischer Mrs Mollie Annie Potrie Mrs Julia turned home Saturday uordon Lizzie E Dr J S Coleman is home from flreenMrs Mary Russoll Frank visit to his sister at Millersburg but reen xnomas salvor iionJonn Marshall P 2 intends to leave Monday for a visit of Gaylor Mrs Webb Smith Maria in the West several weeks Spellman 0 E Hatfield D Subrich Miss Mrs W H McKee left last week for Hendricks Taylor Ida Col Edwin a visit to her son Mr Logan McKee Vaughn Milton G Hines Eleck in Cincinnati and daughter Mrs Hammock Mrs Willis Miss Cordie Smith in St Paul Minnesota LOU Webster Azubah When calling for these letters Mr Joseph Schweers in the United Misses Fannie and Bessie Lewis of Â¬ JACOB SWIGERT CO For sale by THOS A JOYCE 430 Broadway N depot opposite L Also needles oil etc for all sewing machlues A share of yuur patron- age solicited Dec TZ Cna LAWYERS 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Basement nf the Capital Hotel Agents -- I n s uranc e fc - k fc fe yijr F PER YEAR sMs A WM CROMWELL Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky chase and sale of real estate collection of rents clfilmsand the negotiation ot loans Will practice in the Also Real Estate Agent Courts ot Franklin and the adjoining counties and will also give special attention to the pur si Sk 7 7 Kb t -- -- 7 THE CHANCE OF LIFETIME WJ Moor CHINN JR Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky Ofllce second tasa 12 X7J Jr Will practice In all State Courts Custom House Bulbs Plants Trees Etc fi7Mtf FOR FALL PLANTING We offer an elegant stock Bulbs Shrubs Plants Shads Treei Fruit und Ornamental Trees Roots mid Bulbs nil sulta bio for Fall planting lit lowest prices Illustrittel of Dutch ik JM A 7 Tfc Less than FOUR CENTS u week Think of it By an arrangement with the publishers of The Evening Post of Louisville lam enabled Â¬ to make an unprecedented to paper readers of Kentucky offerwillthe news 1 send tho T nTTTQVTT T T5 EVWVTNfl PfiCT wuw 1 by mail post- i Wl ageprepa id to any i address in Kentucky one year for s The Post is an 8 column S patie dally established in XS70 the lead Â¬ ing afternoon journal of Kentucky prints the full report of tho Associated Press full market reports Washington and Frankfort correspondence special telegraph from all parts of Kentucky sporting news society racing choice mis cellauy and live political matter Tho paper used is clear and the tyje large and easily read Agents wanted write for terms NOTICE All persons who wish to take advantage of this offer must make checks and money orders payable to B G BOYIE Rooiu E 526 Third St Louisville Ky np jam uxli iiximiu -- 6 44 jMi JM Vfi Vfc 5 tatulOKUOXV- to nppllcanlri Cut Roses shipped to all points at any - piigen Tree THE Ha Benson auteeJ Addrets States Government service under please say advertised S B Holmes P M NANZ St NEUNEtr Louisville Ky Collector Ben Johnson was in the city Sunday to visit his family Now Marble Works Mrs R P Pepper and her family have gone to housekeeping for the Have just opened a shop on the summer at Judge Lysandor Hords corner of High and Main streets place on the Owenton turnpike where I am prepared to do all WaCAVhAI 0 MUL MARKS Hon Jno S Gaunt of Oarrollton kinds of work in marble granite COPYRIGHTS ex Commonwealths Attorney of this and stone at the lowest prices For a CAN I OIITAIN A PATENT was hero Monday on busi Â¬ Give me a call distriot answer and an honest opinion wrlto to nearly fifty years I UNN fc CO who tmvo bad ness beforo tho Court of Appeals R J Lynch exporlenco la tho patent business Communica Â¬ 35 m A Handbook of In tions strictly contldontlsl formation concerning IntrntH and how to ob Â¬ R P Pepper jr wont to Chicago tain thorn sont froe Also a cntaloguo of median The best work in town is done leal and sclontlllo books sont free Thursday on business Ho will go Co recelvo 1atents taken through Slunn at the Capital Steam Laundry special notice In tho Hclenttlio American und thenoo to Cleveland Ohio Monday thus are brought widely befnro the public with Â¬ out cost to tho Inventor This splendid paper and dispose of thirty two lino trotters Issued weekly oleKontly Illustrated has by far t ho SatUiactlonguur Queen Crescerit reaches the principal cities of the South with a service of superbly appointed through trains Day Coaches and Sleeping Cars through to Harriman Chatta nooga Attalla Birmingham Tuscaloosa Meridian New Orleans Atlanta Macon and Jacksonville Through Sleeping Cars to Knoxvule Hot Springs I f and Asheville and from Chattauoogo to Jackson Vicksburg Mftnroe Through Tourist Sleepers to Ios Angeles and and Shreveport San Francisco Choice of Routes to Texas Mexico and California via New Orleans or via Shreveport CrToSk anort iine irom 1110 imic irrass iiiics 10 iiucmnaii with every accommodation to patrons Free Parlor tejJSsiil Cars Lexington to Cincinnati Cafe Parlor and Observa- Jw5JLi tion Cars between Cincinnati Lexington and AflssHssswJ Chattanooga nVM W 1 Y 1 tjv lVA ville Friday of last week to visit her mother She will go thonco to Win chester to visit Mr Beckners paronts Mrs Lucien Beoknor wont to Dan Â¬ and If BROWNS IRON BITTERS all worn out you feel weak take largest circulation of any sclentltlc work in tho world 83 a year Hnuiplo copies sent froo Building Edition monthly 260 n year Single copies J5 cents Kverynuuibur contains beau Â¬ tiful plates in colors and photographs of now houses with plans enabling builders to show tho latest designs und socuro contracts Address MUNN CO NEW YOHK WVk UH sSMsfc v 301 llllOADWAY Div Paur Agt OhaBWZell Cincinnati W 0 Rinearson 0 OPa Cincinnati 0 ti teVaAtlWMW i iiijS lMWWMMMMMMMtMlMMMMMMiMi 2liis is Trhat I ana gcinjr to liare people sa 3r IJiHi Dirmrf DVol Is the Cheanest Plane in Frankfort To Buy Goods JOHN T MR DAKSIE ABROAD To close out my entire stock of china I am giving tinware away at present prices every piece in my large stock will be Graniteware cut 50 per cent marked down to very close margin above My stock of Brooms Mops Dusters cost No trouble to show goods Call Ironing Boards Wringers Coffee Mills Tubs Bucketsis Churns c and get prices complete and lower than you can buy for elsewhere ST CLAIR STREET Â¬ i kc T n CHICAGO -- N w y l t m mmM ma m tt to see how the weather is scaiing sudden death TO THE CENTER OF I was sufficiently cated among the eddies at the this hard block of granite imbecile and nearly enough dead Southern end of the island of Eleoff And Egypt doesnt have much when I had tried the fast pace phantine But these surely could Assouan and Pliilac weather either Yet even in tins Miss Edwards while no doubt not have been thought other than I must talk a little more about dry atDnosphere and genial clime correct about the camel missed symbolical sources knowing as Upper Egypt It seems strange the granite unless highly polished it badly on the weather at As they did that the river came from BY THE- The priests were souan to say up when you are travel gradually dissolves bhe calls it the hottest far beyond We gave one day while at As- place on earth and she no doubt nearer the mark when they de- Â¬ ing South yet that is correct for the Nile flows nearly due North souan to the island of Elephantine found it so But we didnt On scribed the source of the Nile as and it is at least generally supposed immediately opposite the city and the contrary we found it decided- Â¬ a mystery that would not be solved Loulsvlllo New Albany Chicago By Co that water runs down hill Here anciently a very important and ly cool Overcoats by day and till the soul entered the next Elegant trains morning and even Â¬ we are at Assouan the Southern populous island haying been one blankets by night were a necessity world ing from Union Station of the nomes or counties of Esvot And that not one day but the Our return to Assouan from landing passengers at the Louisville boundary of Egypt and the end Dearborn of our southward journey Our and having included its own capi- Â¬ three days we spent there Con- Â¬ rhilae was not by donkey but by Station Chicago Five minutes from steamer could not quite make the tal within its narrow banks Now sidering we were only thirty odd boat The five miles between are the LEADING HOTELS Also con Â¬ city owing to low water and hav- Â¬ it is a mass of rubbish with but few miles from the Tropic of Cancer known as the first cataract Roar necting with Trunk Lines for Several ancient tem- Â¬ that was doinc verv well we ing rapids rush over the granite St Paul ing run aground in the effort it inhabitants rocks which by their action have dropped down and landed a mile ples which stood upon it have thought Omaha below Assouan has a mixed pop- Â¬ within the present century been reBut donkeys and donkey bovs been rounded into bowlders and Denver ulation of 10000 and some very moved to become building mater Â¬ are out there on the bank to Kile glazed with a black crust which San Francisco Noth us in the early morning of our glistens like a smoothing iron The interesting bazaars Being on the ial for houses in Assouan from Central Africa to ing remains that is of interest be- Â¬ last day in Assouan on an excur trip is called dangerous with which route AND THE- Cairo you see many things offered side its historic memories save its sion to the beautiful and sacred opinion I do not agree but it is This dates back to Island of Philae for sale here which are new and Nilometer It is a ride of certainly thrilling To one who early times but was repaired and six miles and we go out through has run the rapids of the St Law- Â¬ strange as for example leopard skins stuned crocodiles spears restored in 1870 by the Khedive the granite quarries and amoner rence those of the Nile seem small Call For battle axes swords daggers canes and refact d with new marks It rocky and sandy desolation with- Yet they carry you down with a made of rhinocerous and hippot is simply a stone staircase with 52 out the presence of a green thing rush in places which far exceed in Tickets amus hides ostrich feathers os- steps going down to the water of all the way to have the fair excitement any experience on the You go in a gal- Â¬ By The trich eggs bead necklaces bead the Nile and having on the sides vision of a little Philae the pearl larger stream aprons and so on Beyond the of it the means of measuring in of Egypt as Baedeker calls it ley and eight ebony oarsmen from bazaars there is nothing of Arabian ells the height of the burst at last upon our vision after Nubia do the rowing bursting special interest save the quarries river a gallop of an hour and a quar- Â¬ every minute or two as they pull H BACON One very interesting feature of ter You are surprised at its di- - the boat along into a song and indeed noteworthy but they are D P A Louisville FRANK J REED From Assouan came all the im- Â¬ our stay at Assouan was the va- Â¬ minutiveness The island is scarce chorus which proved a most G P A Chicago mense granite building blocks and riety of races met with The ly 150 yards across and only unique and pleasing entertainment river bank at our steamers side about three times as long sarcophagi and oblisks and statues But Responsive to our appreciation was lined with a continuous stream its ancient sacredness as a shrine they used probably all the English which fill Egypt and which have gone far beyond into other lands of Nubians Soundenese Negroes for pious pilgrims from all parts they knew and shouted in concert Only direct line between Hip hip hooray Rome Paris London and New Bedouin Fellahin Copts and Bis- - of Egypt and from lands far be- Â¬ at intervals York all have soaring needles nareen ine last named are a yond her borders was in the in Tank 00 tank 00 vary much CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT which always set us into roars straight verse ratio of its size The island that were quarred here In fact race of dark skinned the ancient names of Assouan haired gaunt and wild looking was dedicated to Isis and its ruins of laughter Sboitest and quickest between At one point on the descentSyene mentioned by the prophet specimens from the shores of embrace three temples one large Ezekiel as the Southern limit of the Red Sea some of whom had and one small the small one being where the waters are wildest and FPinkfort faorgetOWB ad PaM Car Egypt has given name to this come hither to sell a few simple popularly known as Pharaohs nciucai wc iupuea ana waiKea ai lisle Maysville Cynthiana Fal- species of rock the world over baskets and other trinkets of their Bed both erected in honor of little way along the bank to a high precipice in order to see the naked own maKing ine iNUDians are Isis and a chapel to Hathor the ine quarit is caned syenite and Coviogton ries are the other side of Assouan tall and fine looking with a skin cow headed goddess whose wor- Â¬ Nuban boys and men some with In them there is black and shining as ebony going South The ship was closely associated with nothing to cling to others with still found a mammoth obelisk Soudanese women plait their that of Isis The island is banded small logs leap into the rapids that was in process of being quar- hair in a multitude of plaits and all around by an artificial wall and and shoot them with fearful veloci- Â¬ ASK FOB TICKETS VIA KY MIDLAND ried when operations ceased some then anoint it with copious quanti completely covered with ruins ty and at the seeming risk of their two thousand of years ago It is ties of castor oil till the oil We look with rapture upon the livv s Of course the air was full BUN BY GEKSTBAL STAQfDARD TIM said to be cut away on three sides hardens into a crust on the top long and imposing colonnade and of cries for backshish when TBAINS though we could not verify the of the head and then SWagtrer as ve stanr mi lli ntv nvlnn far they had done the daring feat and In etlect Muy 12 1K0 fact because the drifting sand round in the very latest of style the view we vote Philae a fitting their cries were not in vain One SCHEDULE 01 TRAINS covers all but the top and i small No houndanesv lady amounts to climax for our journev in liypt brawny felloy who had ridden the portion of one side It measures anything in the matter of social A M Here too was one of the graves highest waves of the boiling cata Â¬ VVP M TRAlNh EAST TNo 1 f NO 3j l01 92 feet by iojj and would be standing till she gets a castor oil of Osiri and on the walls arc cut ract aside of a log and held a It is the one the picture of his resurrection by bright flag high above his head Lv Frankfort even longer if we counted the crust on her head A 700 415 130 pyramidal top already hewn low touch which enables her to ude rtason of which he became the while doing so was especially well Lv Summit IUi 421 14 Lv Klkliom 711 4 7 1 iO people could quany Mich liiiye the crest of the social wave so to prince of eternity ad the judge of rewarded as lie deserved to be Iv Swltzer 7U 4 5 JM Lv Ramping Ground -- 17 72b iit Gkokge Daksie mononths without explosives and speak the dead We had seen on many Lv Duvall 7J4 451 227 740 4S7 235 Lt Toliaoii how they could transport iIr hm It was at Assouan that I had temples before tin- - the familiar B 747 tilH 24 Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Lv Georgetown 11nuncireas orr miles are my first and only 11 C S Depot Ar 7M fili lJA uninjured camel ride cene of his awful judgment seat A Pure Grape Cream or Tartar Powder yiw 021 Lv Newtown im still among the ceaseless wonders Three of in went out of the wheie the scales were erected the Lv Ceiitievllle MO 5 M 3G5 Lv KllnbiUi GKi 41 f H2 of Etfypt teamer one mormn and mount- - witnessis assembled and the eter- 4G HM Ar Iirji 410 Yet hard as the granite of Sycne eel three white camels as thev unl ooni of sous decided m A i But AMJ M TNo 2 INo74lNoiNo8 TKAIhrt WKfj1 was its durability lor building Icnelt on the sand and then off we nowhere was Osiris held in greater that when you buy Scotts Emul purposes was not equal to the sped like Gaspar Melchoir and reverence or worshipped wi h sion you are 4 no C 9 31 fin not getting a secret Lv Paris Lv Kiizuuetli tun iiu riiG Silsileh sandstone to be found in JJalthasar the three kings in Hen greater awe thaji on Philae His mixture containing worthless or Lv Centrevlllo Ml C4 03 Lv Newtown the equally famous quarries on nur iv no roue vuo Jerusalem veiy name to the pious lyptian harmful drugs MO JO lv C s Depot Mil fi42 both sides of the river sixty seven guided thither by the star in the was unmentionable as was after Lv Scotts Emulsion cannot be se- Â¬ Lv Georgetown 0 1014 G4S G0 C40 6 SI 101 Johnson atl miles below The best preserved East I never felt myself so up wards the name Jehovah to Israel cret for an analysis reveals all Lv Duvall 0M 10V4 f67 round IOH1 703 buildings in Egypt are of the Silsi in the world before nor so licln- The most solemn oath that co ild there is in it Consequently the Lv8tinului lrti Lv Swltzer 1141 7LS 74S Lv Klkliorn leh sandstone While at the less in getting down again 1047 721 7r5 The be taken was the oath that swore endorsement of the medical LvSummlt H05 16H 720 world means something Raamesseum in Luxor I sav the camels slow A pace is an easy by him who sleeps in Philae Ar Frankfort 1110 715 815 largest granite statue ever erected swaying motion which I could A very interesting inscription SUND4Y TRAINS It is a statue of Raameses II and readily fall in with and enjoy but here is that which represents the T euve Georgtown 3011 n in arrive Frankfort 1105 am it computed to have weighed over none of his fast pace for me if source of the Nile On a wall Leave Frankfort 410 p j arrive Georgetown two million pounds It is pros you please It jerks the teeth close by the liversidc is a picture 59 p m trate now having been thrown out or your jaws dislocates your of the island of Ihgeh immedi Â¬ The Kentucky Midland Hallway and connecÂ¬ down by the early Christians but neck breaks your back and ately opposite Philae and of a overcomes Wasting promotes tions form the Miortatt and cheupett ronte 10 all polntH north outli ennt and went its foot remains and measures four severs all your joints There are cavern going into its side sur the making of Solid Flesh and For further Information apply to their ugtntB feet nine inches across and its two other gaits said to be still rounding which is a serpent within gives Vital Strength It has no -0rGKO B HABPER C D BEBCAW second toe ten inches in width and worse but I didnt try them I whose coiled form sits the God ol equal as a cure for Coughs Colds Gen Pass igt Receiver uud Gen tiupt Franklort Kv twenty nine inches in length even am perfectly willing to accept the Nile pouring water from two Sore Throat Bronchitis Weak Lungs Consumption Scrofula Anaemia Ema wiiu ine nan lacKing wnat a Amelia li hu wards statement vases one in each hand That elation and monster statue it must have been that one of them reduces you to was supposed to be one of the Wasting Diseases of Children exe- work But what surprised me most was imbecility and that the other is Niles sources lo- Another was All Druggists ScottlOewneNY 60c and J office Â¬ Â¬ ti MONON ROUTE Hl I- - Â¬ I Si -- NORTHWEST II lvoaao2a Kentucky Midland Ry M Â¬ Â¬ t I I I JHW m -- Dont Forget I 1 I Â¬ I Â¬ - Scotts Â¬ Emulsion 1 111 Â¬ neatly Job at this cuted V IM mWmi V m fa This may be the issue in the next Presidential campaign but the issue with us is to protect our customers against fakes In order to do this we have gone through our stock and marked goods down to prices never before heard of in our line Note the prices Calf Cordevan Kangaroo and Patent Leather Calf Cordevan and Kangaroo Calf Cordevan and Kangaroo Calf Shoes all styles Calf Shoes all styles Calf Shoes all styles Shoes Lace and Congress Lace Congress Buckle and Creole Mens Bals Congress Buckle Plows and Brogans Our Leader Brogans Wo have a few job lots that we will almost let you put n A Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens 1 worth now worth 500 now worth 400 now worth 350 now worth 300 now worth 250 now worth 200 now worth 175 now worth 150 now worth 125 now worth 100 now the prices on GOO 450 390 325 2G0 Ladies Shoes Ladies Dongola and Cloth Tops very latest styles worth Ladies Dongola and Cloth Top worth Ladies Dongola and Cloth Top worth Ladies Dongola Shoes and Oxfords all styles worth Ladies Shoes and Oxfords worth Ladies Shoes and Oxfords worth Ladies Shoes and Oxfords worth Ladies Siloes and Oxfords worth Ladies Shoes and Oxfords worth Ladies Shoes and Oxfords worth Ladies Oxfords worth Ladies Lot Tan Oxfords worth 75c and We also have a few odds and ends at 25 less than cost v 235 210 165 140 120 100 80c 500 450 400 350 300 250 200 150 125 now 390 now 360 now 300 now 2G0 now 210 now 165 now 120 now 100 100 now 80c 75c now 60c 100 only 50c now 235 Bring the Cash along must have Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Cash we Nothings but cash buys at these prices worth worth worth worth worth worth Boys and Youths Shoes mi I if ito 1 Youths Youths Youths Youths Youths Youths And all other and and and and and and and Button shoes at the same cut prices Bals Bals Bals Bals Bals Bals Congress or Button Congress or Button Congress or Button and Button and Button 250 now 200 200 now 150 175 now 140 150 now 120 125 now 100 100 now 80c Dongola and Cloth Tops Dongola and Cloth Tops Dongola and Cloth Top Shoes and Slippers Shoes and Slippers Shoes and Slippers Shoes and Slippers Childrens Shoes Oxfords and Strap Slippers Childrens Shoes Oxfords and Strap Slippers Childrens Shoes Oxfords and Strap Slippers Childrens Shoes Oxfords arijjjfetrap Slippers Childrens Shoes Oxfords anrafetrap Slippers Childrens Shoes Oxfords andiltrap Slippers Misses Misses Misses Misses Misses Misses Misses tmmzmxA Childrens Shoes worth 250 worth 200 worth 175 worth 150 worth 125 worth 100 worth 175 worth 150 worth 125 worth 100 worth 75c worth 50c now 200 now 165 now now 120 now 100 now 80c now 140 140 now 120 now 100 now SOc now 60c now 40c Cash cash cash Best Soft All Jno B All Jno B Stetsons Best Stiff Hats All Other Hats All Soft and Stiff Hats All Soft and Stiff Hats All Soft and Stiff Hats All Soft and Stiff Hats All Soft and Stiff Hats All Crush Hats No goods charged No goods charged at these prices worth worth worth worth worth worth worth worth worth Hats Soft and Stiff Hats Stetsons 500 400 400 350 300 250 200 150 75c now 850 now 300 now 275 now now now now 250 225 180 140 now 100 now 50c Newest Styles Straw Hats Straw lints Straw Hats Straw Hats Straw Hats Straw Hats Straw Hats Straw Hats Straw Hats All Buckeye Hats broad and narrow for 10c Straw Hats worth worth worth worth worth worth worth worth worth 250 now 175 200 now 140 150 now 100 125 now S5c 100 now 70c 75c now SOc 50c now 35c 35c now 25c 25c now 20c Cash Only B- Cash Only M - JH TO All Trunks and Valises for Less Than Cost As we are going to quit this line of goods COME QUICK if A ATOID THE RUSH nTT nannf lilHl I I MEAGHntiMARSIAU 30S HLJLXHT STREET w WfflQWWF JTfJHsSrtht LjirTWr li Vehicles Harness and Farm Implements COME TO US FOR EVERYTHING USED ON THE FARM Hand Planters Disc and Shovel Cultivators Garden Plows Double Shovels Avery Corn Planters Haworths Corn Planters Corn Drills Buggies Road Wagons Farm Wagons Spring Wagons Bicycles Surries Phaetons Dusters Harness Saddles Collars and Pads Bridles Back Bands w Whips etc Repairing and Painting Vehicles a Specialty with us Something to interest and save money to every farmer and stock man in the county at our house KY trip BUGGY Matrimonial w HMRNESS WORKS Benson Valley Epworth Leaguers Â¬ official book BLUE GRRS3 HURSERIES Hensley Sproule Miss Kate Meeting at North Benson SunThe change of time of the trains containHistoric Chattanooga from this Sproule sister of Mrs Thos H day week was attended by a large ing full particu lars International that arrive and depart Nashville Hines of this city was married at congregation The sermon was Convention of Epworth League city on the Louisville exceeding good and the singing at Chattanooga next June Railroad which goes into effect Springfield Mo last Tuesday to was splendid The Queen and Crescent Route Full stock of Fruit and Ornamental to morrow should not be over- Â¬ Mr Joseph Hensley an attorney-at-lawill make rate one fare for round Trees Evergreens Grape Vines Â¬ The inhabitants of this locality Small Fruits Asparagus and every in that city looked by those contemplating a The bride is Change of Time Send stamp for Â¬ 1895 mm 895 The east bound C O r which has heretofore been leaving Louisville at 330 oclock in the afternoon will not now leave until It will arrive here at 5 oclock 705 oclock instead of 535 oclock There will be no change in the Frankfort accommodation which will arrive as formerly at 735 oclock in the evening The 9 oclock night train to Lexington will be changed so as to leave Louisville at 2 oclock in the after-Â¬ noon and arrive here at 420 oclock Judjre Williams Court Judge Williams Thursday examined William County on Wil- Â¬ liams colored for stealing hogs from Harry Shaw and held him to answer to the next Circuit Court The case of Bob Woods col- Â¬ ored for cutting Bunk Sheldon colored on Monday night was called but Sheldons condition not admitting of his appearance in court the case was continued until this afternoon John M Whallen a thirteen year old son of Henry Whallen was adjudged to be feeble minded and ordered sent to the Feeble Ml Minded Institute once lived before she made her home in Springfield with her sister Mrs Frank Grubbs and her numerous friends here wish her the perfection of a happy wedded life The couple came to Chicago after the marriage and will return to their home in Springfield from that city At early OBrien Downey Mr service Tuesday morning Pat OBrien and Miss Maggie Miss Florence accompanied them Downey of this county were home Messrs Herbert and Sydney married in the Catholic Church of this city by Rev Father ONeal Hulett who live neaf Frankfort spent the day with their many of Lexington friends on Benson Sunday week Pullman Broce On Tuesday The Misses White from off the morning county clerk Smith is- Â¬ hill paid a visit to Mrs Sam sued a license to marry to Mr Hulett recently Henry M Pullman nnd MissLydia The fishing party from off Ben- Â¬ J Broce son will statt out to day We wish Turner Hazelrigg Mr Chas them all good luck in success The people of this community C Turner Assistant Tipstaff in are surprised to know that Chris the Court of Appeals and Miss topher Columbus is yet living Jessie Hazelrigg daughter of Mr We supposed he died in 15 13 but James D Hazelrigg a merchant guess it was a mistake as your of Mt Sterling and cousin of writer from Quality Corner states Judge J T Hazelrigg of the that Christopher Columbus has Court of Appeals will be married been fishing at the railroad bridge It is a beautiful place to fish and at the Christian Church in Mt the fish bite exceedingly good Sterling on Tuesday June 4 The We respectfully invite Miss Mock- Â¬ couple will make their home in ing Bird over to fish and sincerely trust to her getting a nibble this city Â¬ well known in this city where she worms of the cut There will be but little tobacco raised as the cut worms have destroyed all the plants Miss Ella Moore was the guest of Miss Sarah Sudduth Tuesday Rev H M Polsgrove will preach at the Choateville School house on the third Sunday even ing of the month Miss Lucy Pierce and Mr Newel Pierce of Pea Ridge visited Miss Florence Moore Sunday Mr Harry Conway and week are still complaining trip Chas W cinnati Zell O D P A Cin- Â¬ thing for the orchard lawn and garden We employ no agents but sell at first cost to the planter StrawÂ¬ W A Beckler N P A hi Adams St Chicago 111 H C A Baird T P A Detroit W W DUNNAVANT T P A Mar Cleveland W C Rinearson G P A Cin- WF Â¬ berry and general catalogue on ap Â¬ plication to P HILLEMEYER LEXINGTON KY 9 3m v r 3 A cinnati O LOUTS VII1L1E TOBACCO MAR Â¬ KET FURNISHED BY GLOVER it DURBETT LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Sales on our market for the week just closed amount to 3319 hhds with receipts lor the same period 01 zzj hhds Sales on our market since Jan- Â¬ uary 1st amount to 76834 hhds Sales of the crop of 1894 ou our market to this date amount to 79708 hhds The market for good to fine bur leys and also all colory grades in fair order has been higher this week than at any time during the season Com Â¬ mon sorts are about as they have been The sweating season is now at hand and all shippers should be care- Â¬ ful as regards orders as tobacco in very soft order is being neglected The following quotations fairly represent our market for burley to- Â¬ bacco 1894 crop Trash dark or damage d 2 75 1 50 tobacco 3 75 Common Colory trash 3 00 Medium to good colory 5 50 3 75 trash 4 00 Common lugs not colory 2 50 5 50 4 00 Common Colory lugs Medium to good colory 8 50 5 50 lugs Common to medium leaf 6 0Qa 10 00 15 00 10 00 Medium to good leaf 15 00 lb 00 Good to fine leaf 23 00 18 00 Select or wrappery r Will buv j 12 Oak AND handsome Solid j ji Bedroom Suit ft Will buy a beautiful 10 SON - SIDEBOARD r I R l fcjttc In Polished Oak and Bevel Mirror at ROGERS Opposite Courthouse jflt AAAAAAAA H G MATTEH1T Free Exhibition On Thursday College Iiccturc A ft tY- Rev W C Taylor gave a very May 23d Prof Leo a Japanese slight of hand entertaining and instructive lecture performer in full Japanese uni- to the pupils of Frankfort college form will give a free exhibition in yesterday morning at 1 1 oclock He one of the large show windows of His subject was The Will expressed regret that our school Everybody Starks Crutcher should be on hand to see the books and school teaching especially in our higher institushow tions give so little attention to DEATHS the culture and development of the will By many apt and strik BrknXAN On Friday of last ing examples he showed that the week Mrs Brennan of Louisville strong character man or woman formerly Miss Katie Newman of is the one who most fully rules this city suffered the loss by death his or her own spirit that the of her infant daughter Her many really successful men and women friends here deeply sympathize are those who have stong wills with her in her affliction impelling them at any cost of Jones Charley Jones or Uncle self denial to duty and achieve- Â¬ Charley as he was known an ment The faculty and pupils are colored resiaged and well-to-ddent of the Forks of Elkhorn died busy preparing lor final examina Â¬ Tuesday He owned about 150 tions and commencement which acres of land besides other proper Â¬ will occur the first week in June Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ o Â¬ Lilly of the Valley Virginia Seashore Party tiesCie- The Echert Stewart personally conducted tour to the seashore F will leave Cincinnati on the O Ry at 12 noon C F V June Phiiniher 334 MAIN STREET served immediately on leaving and supper will also be taken in the dining cars for which this line is A stop will be made at famous Richmond for a carriage drive to points of interest after which the party will go to Old Point to sail fish dance and enjoy life for eight Thence by days at the Hygeia Bay the Chesapeake boat on Washington and Potomac river to where a delightful drive about the National Capital will be enjoyed returning home from Washington The tickets will include direct all expenses For programmes and full information address C B Ryan A G P A Cincinnati nth Luncheon will be FRANKFORT K y BIG Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant auti reiresnnig 10 ine msie au uuw gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys tem effectually dispels colds head aches and fevers and cures habitual Syrup of Figs is the constipation only remedy of its kiud ever pro duced pleasing to the taste and nc coptuble to the stomach prompt hi Us action and truly beneficial in its cflects prepared only from the most healthy ana agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it 10 all and have made it tho most ponular remedy known fcjyrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and 1 bottles by all leading drug Any reliable druggist who gists may not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 0371 BNJOYS MB T ROUTE BEST LINE AND FROM CHICAGO Solid Veetlbuled Trains with Huffo Parlor Curs Elegant Coaches Dining Cam Wugner Steeping Cars and latest Improved Private Com Â¬ partment Buffet Bleeping Cars magnlllclently furnished with toilet accessories In each coin- - w pal tment ST LOUIS oltd Vestlbuled drains with Buffet Parlor Cars Klegant coaches Dining Cars and Wugner Buffet Sleeping Cars PLANTS BOSTON The only through Sleeping Car lino from Cin Â¬ cinnati Klegant Wugner Sleeping Cars ty Sullivan ing Mrs Clint Sullivan Â¬ of Bellepoint died Saturday even Wright Mrs John Wright died at her home on the South Side Sunday You men Kilu strength vigor und manhood run no ilirtlcal or nnnuclal risk us is sold by druggists everywhere under a guurun Hook dee tee to euro or money refunded or Address sterling lUmedy Co New Yor Chicago quality of Cabbage Tomato and Dont Tobacco Spit or Smoko Feppor plants and will havo a full Your Life Away supply of Sweot Potato and othor Leavo orders at The truthful startling tltlo of a book about plants in season iUAitANTKKD the only harmless Ellwangors Jno M Bantas and euro that braes up uicotlnlzeU nerves eliminates nicotine poisons makes weak Jas Hoonoys u I am prepared to supply a flno NEW YORK The Southwestern Limited Solid Vestlbuled Trulns with Combination Library Buffet and Smoking Curs Wugner Sleeping Cars Klegant Coaches and Dining Cars landing passengers In New York City ut iid Street Depot Positively tob- acco-habit L B MARSHALL substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SAN FRANCISCO CAL NEW YORK NY lOUISVILLe KY NO FERRY TRANSFER Pass Trafllc Manager Or Prices Cream Baking Powder Worlds Pair Highest Award e 0 Mccormick Bo sure our tickets read via CINCINNATI BItt FOUR d b martin ienl Puss Ticket Agt WSTJ r DOWN GO THE PRICES y rs AT- - M 8 2t teW 3 f M Hfei S sr XC R K McCLURE - SONS II m y I Hf S 11 We have now started a big cut sale of l i m m h L Mens Shoos Boys Shoos Girls Shoes Womens Shoes Baby Shoes HATS CAPS UMBRELLAS TRUNKS In fact everything in our big stock except Books and Stationery goods at one half price LH j4 A great many Everything a big cut on prices Mens Brogans Mens Fine Shoes Womens Slippers -- - - v from 75 cents up from 95 cents up from 45 cents up Come and see No use in giving prices you know what you have been paying how low your cash will now buy them WE WOINT BE UNDERSOLD i t v w M ALL GOODS CHARGED AT REGULAR PRICES r y v ka Ft hA A R hxsih1 K YWBIKlKiVr McCLURE HSflR SON gij fKuWvnM tfc liBMWWMBM Jflffi H L3JjfcfB 1 h 9 H H h h H i A 12 h 1 1 Bpfi I OIF TIEIES OLD PIXULC 03F dr Ml SB CRUTCHE BEGINNING - ST If Q 15TH 1 THE GREATEST SALE ON RECORD WEDNESDAY MAT Messrs John P and I F Starks retire from our firm July 8 1895 and in order that a dissolution and settlement of our affairs shall take place at that date and as suoh a dissolution forces a sale of our entire stock of Clothing Shoes Hats Furnishings and in fact everything in our store and in the short time in which to sell so large a stock compels us to fix prices that will do quick work This sale we propose shall bo the SENSATION of the summer season Youll hear of it in the streets in the shops in the stores on the farm and in fact everywhere within a radius of fifty miles of Frankfort This town has never seen such a sale so collosalin character so opportune in offerings and so profitable to the people The offering includes 2000 Mens Suits 1000 Boys Suits 1000 Childrens Suits 3000 pairs Mens Shoes 4000 pairs Ladies 3000 Misses and Childrens Shoes and a 10000 Stock of Hats and Furnishingsc All must be closed out Ghildrens I Boys Ming Boys Short Pants Suits worth 150 and 3 175 Boys Clothing Long Pants Suits worth 5 Mens Mens Mens Clothing Clothing Clothing Mens Suits worth and 8 1 urnishings Shirt Waists 25c 38c 15c Boys 7 50 Mens Suits worth Si4and S15 Mens Suits worth 18 FOR Mens and Suspenders Boys 10c Fine and 9100 200 Boys Suits worth 350 to 4 FOR FOR FOR FOR 20c 3 Boys S8 Suits to Boys Sio Suits to 7 Si 2 and Si 5 Suits to 8 5 Sio Suits for S12 Suits for S5 s 7 S 810 Sio will buy now choice FOR 250 200 Boys 450 Suits worth to 5 and 6 Suits for S4 of 600 fine Suits They are made from the finest Fabrics Clay Worsteds c English Tweeds and Scotch Boys Wash 25c Pants for FOR 3 Boy 3 50 Sweater 18c Mens Sweaters 25c to Si 50 for the finest Boys Stock 10 cents 15 cents to 2 cents were 15 25 and 50 cents Mens Balbriggan J Shirts and Drawers 20 cents all sizes and Boys Fine Handkerchiefs 5c 81250 ioc and 25c Mens and Boys fine col- Â¬ lars ioc 15c S12 buys the finest Black and Blue Clay Sack or Mens and Boys Fine Cutaway Frock in our Cuffs 15c and 20c House These goods Mens Working Shirts 19c retail all over this and 38c country for S18 Mens Fine Socks r I2jc and 20c Teathpr Rplt i jS Kovs j Mens and Boys Cotton cents P11 ts 25 to 50c One lot of Mens Cellu- Â¬ Mens Leather Belts 20 loid Collars broken cents sizes 5c Mens 8c 8c 8c E Ladies Ladies Boys Misses Mens Mens Oxfords Shoes Oxfords Shoes Shoes Shoes Ladies Oxfords 65c now 45c 75 now 55c 1 now Soc Si 2 5 now Si Si 50 now Si 20 Si 75 now Si 50 See the Misses Oxfords and Shoes Si now 50c Si 25 now 75c Si 50 now Si S2 now Si 50 1000 Ladies Shoes all Styles and sizes were Si 50 all go Si now 80c Si 15 Si 50 now now Si 65 500 Mens Buckle Brogans Mens Finest Shoes Your choice S2 S3 now S225 Shoes FOR 90c FOR m tl I FOR MISSES SHOES Si 25 now 85c Si 50 now Si 15 S2 now Si 50 S250 now S2 No goods charged or sent on approval JOB TABLE And You will 100 wholesale cost no Positively charged or sent proval 500 odds and ends sold for S2 to S3 now 500 Mens Congress Fine 450 Tans Patent Leather Calf Kangaroo and Cordovan sold for see won- 2000 pairs finer goods at goods on apÂ¬ Â¬ derful bargains No goods charged or sent on approval 150 No goods charged or sent on approval wholesale cost No goods charged or sent on approval 2500 pairs finer goods at 95c FOR 86 up to 7 No goods on approval or charged Vs Hats John B Stetson S3- - fiats Soft Hats now 500 Stylish Stiff Hats were 1 Hats ft 50 to S3 1 Cos Cos Best S 50 1 m lb John B Stetson Style now S275 John B Stetson 2 25 Best S4 Stiff Hats Latest 50 Planter Hats now Si 500 Crush Hats were Si 50 to S2 now 600 Boys Latest Style Straw Hats were 75 cents now 45 cents were 50 cents now 35 cents were 25 cents now 20 cents were 15 cents now 10 cents Cos S3 now Leather Trunk Straps 35 cents 1500 Hats Stiff and Soft Men and Boys 35 cts to SI jf 1 3 I CRTJTCHER nHHSrJuatti a- - STARKS i -- K W M as v rut n mmmmimmm cnr f r - r n vM l hmMliwrw-ffn-ftitttiiiv- i i r- - fif-- l 11 i TIM niiai fjtoiJkitoLa fail T rimUaiiMfi riTii JP yV If JWB4T c r if The GEO A Framfokt Roundabout A WEEKLY PAPERr DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS SXTIEJlvdlEJlTT TO LEWIS Publisher 100 In Advano NO VOL XYIII RIVER NEWS FRANKFOKT KY SATURDAY MAY 18 1895 MANUAL TRAINING REIjIGIOUS Â¬ 37 v iff VfJ I if - r jp The Wright will preach at tho Christian and mild easy to take no griping cumbrance to its possessor at- Â¬ effects No the most pleasing same may be said of mathmatics Church to morrow at 11 a m tend their use Fifty doses 25 While a knowledge of science services at night The Young Peoples Society of cts J W Gayle Sole Agent literature and mathematics give a Christian Endeavor meets in the certain degree of pleasure and lecture room at 645 In Memorlum Junior Endeavor Society at 3 p m satisfaction to their possessor let Miss Anna Belle Crockett died of Sunday school meets at 930 us not forget that mental delights consumption at tho residence of her mother Mrs Pink Crockett on the never were known to supply physCatholic Church Rev Father evening of May 4th 1895 near Bridge Â¬ ical needs A person of wealth ONeil will conduct the services at port Franklin county Kentucky aged 31 years 8 months and 24 days leries have been doing a good bus- Â¬ The papers record a number of and leisure may revel in the Church of the Good Shepherd toWhen about 18 years of age she united with the Bridgeport Christian iness during the week Both of accidents to Wheelmen in Louis- Â¬ luxuries of mental delights only morrow Low mass at 730 a m High mass Church and lived a true and con Â¬ the two first named boats have had ville by being run over by vehicles if he so chooses but such luxuries 10 am Vespers at 3 p m sistent member to the day of her triumphant death fine trips of passengers each way this week but due care and are not for those who are less Episcopal Church Rev R L in The subject of this notice had been declining health for some months caution in riding especially in happily situated unless they are Over two years have elapsed turning corners and coasting will able at the same time to apply McOready the rector will occupy his but was not confined to her room or four months ago then since Lock No 6 was completed preclude such dangers in this city knowledge to practical purposes pulpit to morrow at 11 and 430 until three evident that her vital it became services at the Episcopal powers were weakening The Medical and an ample appropriation to This is the Church to morrow week will be more skill was of no avail Friend after What can you do The new livery feature of Man build lock number 7 was made than usually intesting On that day friend administered to her wants Darnell is proving quite a practical question which confronts Bishop Dudley and several visiting Her devoted mother whom the de- Â¬ gan more than a year ago the fund on The five wheels in their the graduate on the threshold of clergymen will be here and officiate ceased almost adored remained by hand for that purpose being about supcess her bedside with untiring vigilence stable are in constant use during life The graduate of the manual at the morning services in the ordina to gratify every desire that her tem Â¬ 200000 and yet because of the training schools has an answer to tion of R8V Mr McCready the pas poral wants would suggest yet the disease could progress of the slow process of condemning land good weather and often engaged this I am tor of the church At night the not be arrested fatal bore her suffer Â¬ He says question She Bishop will administer the rite of ings without a murmur as she said for the site of the lock at High for those who are learning even able it to do a variety of useful Bridge a judgment for which was on days when riders are not out things I have learned to put confirmation Already preparations was the Lords will Never before in the way of church decorations and was it the lot of the writer to witness recently obtained in the United Bloomers are not necessary for thought into my work I have ac- music have been begun and the suclna complete resignation as was exhibited this States Court at Louisville and the lady riders and the fact that quired a skillful hand as well as an occasion which is looked forward to beautiful in the sick chamber of who Christian character necessity to pass papers and re the ladies here are riding in a skirt active mind and know how to use by the members of the church with was so soon to fall asleep in the arms great interest will test the capacity of Jesus She was beloved by the ports from one official to another reaching to their ankles and not both Give me the opportunity of the church to find room for the entire family aifectionately regarded by a large circle of friends and high Â¬ before the order to begin the work finding it inconvenient immodest and I will make myself useful in people who will attend ly esteemed by all who knew her can be given it is Jf eared that two or dangerous is proof that there But in the fresh vigor of young either direction womanhood and usefulness she has years more will elapse before an- Â¬ is no disposition in Frankfort to Lieut Ford Principal of the First Presbyterian Church been taken from us Her illness was other lock on the Kentucky river run after a fad that is in bad taste Baltimore Manual Training School Rev J McOlusky Blayney D D the very painful but at last she dropped pastor will occupy his pulpit like a pearl from the casket as a star will be completed The govern and generally condemned by the Surely all who have visited said 11 oclock morning at The from the sky her spirit passed bement has had control of the river male portion of a community recall and is shrouded in us will agree that the motto of the usual services in tho evening at 730 yond our of eternity the midst for fifteen years and in that time whose good opinion the female She was a favorite among her as Â¬ The cunning hand and Young Peoples Society of Christian school put four old locks in good condi- portion naturally and properly deEndeavor meets at 645 p m in the sociates and widely loved for her as there de- Â¬ lecture room cultivated brain warmheartedness and cheerful dis Â¬ tion and built one new lock and sire position she was admired by many veloped is the thing to be sought will and firm resolutions dam At this rate the Three Forks A wheel famine is felt in this after by all who expect to keep up Methodist Church Rev F S Pol for her self believing that whore theres a a will will not be reached in a century city One in the race of humanity on the lett the pastor will conduct the ser- theres a way and for those other as well as other cities Missionary gifts and graces which especially vices at 11 to morrow The Senate to Organize adorned her beautiful character agent remarked the other day that road of life and that unless these meeting at night Anna Belle would remark to her de- Â¬ lie had orders out tor more tnan a two are taken equal account of by Sunday school meets at 930 a m voted mother not to weep Oh I No Frankfort Senate 12 and still the wheels have all educators evil results are Epworth League convenes at 645 p have no fear of death and would Knights of the Ancient Essenic month often talk to the family and friends The high grade bound to follow and make them- m in the ladies parlor iot arrived about the important event as thouch Order will be instituted in this she was about to begin a journey it appears are experi selves felt in the progress of the by to city on Thursday evening next fairies Presbyterian Church telling the family one meetone howthe Southern encing considerable trouble in ob- Â¬ community her on live that they might in the ball room of the Capital Rev D Clay Lilly the pastor will loved ones have shore taining sufficient tubing for frames Superintendent Rose of Aber occupy the pulpit to morrow morn Â¬ other before where gone Hotel The Senate will be We Shall supply the enormous demand deen Miss says There should ing at 11 oclock and at 730 p m as That beautiful hymn Some Sweet opened by a delegation of ten to Reach the Summer Land usual for wheels this year be a series of work lessons so ar- Â¬ Day By and By at her request was gentleman from Fayette Senate Sunday school at 930 sung at the funeral services which range as to awaken thought and Lexington after which the officers were conducted in tho Bridgeport Louisville has a delightful course try f Rev D Christian u tugvt w Unnmloflna o A u rn un ThG womans Foreign Missionary Lilly HerChurch bywero then Clay 5 of the new organization will be of six miles or more over Third folremains elected and installed and reports street and the Boulevard to Tacob tools and utensils side by side with Society will hold an open session at lowed by many relatives and friends the beautiful cemeof committees will be heard after Park but it is flat unvarying the ordinary lessons of the school- - the Methodist Church Sunday even and laid to rest in resuvieotiou morn 30 oclock at which the public tery to await tho n a God gave her a bright and happy which work in the first degree will scenery and too smooth to give room uc life involving little of suirerin tu - iiuiikumy jiuiu 1uavii113 is cordially invited to be prosont nbe exemplified by the members of sufficient exercise to keep the sorrow during her younger days buo tli- w wh m last illness she Fayette Senate present The bicyclist in good trim for road Association said iiio iiniit organization 01 r no i ranu- - in ho of suffering whichleanedbore Tr mi she r f eBjn Msoivea mac we recognize fortYM C A will b3 nitdo at u wiili so much patience with so nuiui object of the order is aid its mem riding Such a course eventually manual training to be a great factor nuiutlnir to bo held in tho bisemont to livo for yit she was 30 wed pre Â¬ bers in social and business affairs loses its charm and the rider is in the development ol the head of tho First Presbyterian Church at pared to die She often said OTot my will done to relieve the distressed to assist certain to seek new pleasures on the heart and the hand and we 733 oclock next evening ful in Hfo but TIrino be in death Faith Â¬ When triumphant 4jie needy andcaie for the widow the turnpikes and country roads recommend its instruction through All those who lmvo signed as mem wo undertake to portray her bojfifcfol und orphan bers are requested to ba pro3unt character wt find that words 0mn In these this part of the State is out the Commonwealth adequate to tjll or describe hor miny Continued next week Honey Suckle unsurpassed and wheelmen never The Gptil Steam Laundry ex virtues und but according to human It is in going over the Versailles tiie Will nature to weep for the loss of loved Hogs Wanted ecutes all ouLus promptly A cold wave struck us this and Louisville Lawrenceburg call for and deliver work at your ones but upon thi occasion at the week loss of this lovely flower of tho I want to purchase a lot of stock door running turnpikes Telephone No 17 girden such a death so triumphant Old Uncle Milton Moore has Owenton should bo a comfort and consolation through a country without its equal hogs and will pay a reasonable 24 tf taken refuge in his overcoat to tho bareft mother sistors and price for same biw her for iiich a loss is Anna Bellod There was quite a serious acci- in the refreshing power of beauty Alex Johnson IJow llntcs eternal yuin and fertility spread before him at At Post Office Frankfort Ken Â¬ dent happened to Rev J A The happy ochango of which eho Peters as lie was returning from every turn ol the road oftun hpoko tucky 37 tf The second of the series of bi so now at homebus botm roiliz d Sho with hor Saviour and is church last Wednesday night His weekly excursions via the Queen dear ones gone before horse frightened at a lantern and A Groat O lifer Lost From a surrey between Crescent Route to Cincinnati Oh how suet It will bo lu thit be mtlful land ran his buggy off the pike just J Meeneys and H R Williams hofiv on surrutvi11 with and return will be run Sunday Willi un- tion a our i t miltitilu litini lu our opposite Mr Jessie Phillips cap an oblong alligator leather ladys We will send the Round mjout May 19th hum Attractions at Cincin Tu meoi imo another nxiiln W 11 1 sizing it and thiowing him out on pocket book containing a card with one year and The Louisville Even nati for the day Ludlow Lagoon his lace breaking three of his the address of a Lexington pho ing Post one year to any sub Hase Mall Cincinnati v Washing IX XEMOHIAM ribs His wife remained in the tographer and 3 75 in silver scriber forSSoo per year Now ton Zoological Gardens Bjmet buggy and escaped unharmed Mm Cyrtili K Finder pleise leave at this office is the time to subscribe niKD Intlilirltr Mir 10tl Wood- - Furt Thomas SiIiImiii lu the Lat jot r m iim nlw hid tf and receive reward Bob O Link Bob O Link 011M1 Crescent Route slice lirr youth binm ravnipltr withimember of fit The Oueen nil thu rvli Slttnodlst CuiiKh Now what do you think Ramblers 100 Crescents S40 will sell tickets to Latonia and tioiiH at life Sln was cho fomk hi tiiidtrti t Who Btole my nest nwny to 70 all fitted with Rambler return at one and one third fare in thf r ami u uit t tlwoted Trleiiti as a ilirlt Prom Quality Cornor to day For- Sale hoCup tliu sho boro lllucsH willi that ntitloiMs huh tires The best nuMkticss vh ch harutcrlZLs to trw lo iil s from all stations in Kentucky of tli ticHpeloi thfaWor and lnetikuth with The cold winds from the North did E J RonEUTS Agent v itimtlon 111y t our The races will be held from May cliwrfulnrss and dstlnv so to live nat boenNr 3 good second hand buggies 2 blow tilth and happy It waved Miss Mocking bird to and surreys a phaeton and 2 good top 23d to June 26th Ask aent for uron thi dark valley of the shadow of doatli sustained by the same animating honoj that ah fro Govt Reports particulars wagons all in good running order The expreved She flapped her wings with many a This Kentucky Buggy show Royal Baking Powder And the blest memory of her virtues yet W C Rineauson G P A Harness clink L O Link O Llngerlne like twilight hues when the rau ai Works Cincinnati superior to all others Then walked up a Bob 35 31 Slit Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ We would ask of our friend from Zilpah if the old maid and A Good Tide Plenty of Busi Â¬ poodle dog of which he spoke ness and Something About do not reside with a Moore the New Tjock And now in conclusion we will It rained all day Wednesday s y that while the old blue jay is Â¬ and from the best information ob- Â¬ not as sweet a singer as the mockhis own bird yet he warbles tained the rain extended all the ing notes way up the river to the headwa- Â¬ Old Blue Jay ters and a good boating and log- giner tide is the result Rafts of THE BICYCLE logs first appeared on the rise TuesAccident Bloomer Famine and day and they have been coming JJlvery News down the river ever since that day The rain and disagreeable weathThe steamers Fall City and Rescue I a1 iL jliuic ana me alowooat T n1 oanuywiin er interfered very much with her grain barges for Ripys distil- Â¬ bicycle riding this week Sliglitly Paralyzed Baptist Church Rev W 0 Tay- Â¬ Mr Henry H Owsley of Mid- Â¬ lor the pastor will occupy his pulpit way a gentlemen well known as usual to morrow at 11 a m and here suffered a slight stroke of The acquirement of scientific 730 p m and literary knowledge without Sunday school in the Ohapel at 930 paralysis in Louisville Thursday night acquiring the ability to apply it to a m some useful purpose is a great inJapanese Liver Pellets are small Rev C Q An Essential Element in Edu cation Â¬ Christian Church Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tri 1 c t -- - Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I - I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 - US ki The destruction of vegetation by the cutworms this season has not a parallel in the history of the oldFRANKFORT MAY 18 1835 In many in Â¬ est inhabitants stances whole fields of corn have Forks of Elkhorn been destroyed necessitating enice and frost have tire replanting even oats and hemp Rain snow have not escaped been visiting us this week Mr Will Ely of Lexington vis The City School Nines Defeat ited relatives in our midst the first By C C Wikelleld K lltor The Normal Toreh- of the week llglit From present indications the When wo reached the park the city nine fruit crop of the later varieties will Was playing with might and will FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT A Grcut OITer The Louisville Daily Post pub lished every evening except Sunday is offered with the Round about at S3 per year The ptice of The Post alone is 5 per year Â¬ Â¬ L B MARSHALL CO m Â¬ be abundant Tobacco setting has occupied tt F - Kfr Physicians all over the world recommend Japanese Pile Cure Mrs Martha Wilkerson and But while they spoke In cheering tones of tho It has cured thousands it will cure you daughter Miss Sue left for Union Theboys from town Sold under positive guaranelectric currents with force and power the county last week tee Sample free J W Gayle very air did chill Bringing the gall int boys who came marching Sole Agent Regular services at Buck Run down to morrow at the usual hours also The victors from Normal Hill The Worlds Tests The atmosphere took up applause to echoing at the Christian Church echo respeat showed no baking powder The school for the children and While Normal courage lllled each heart like a so pure or so great in leavÂ¬ gentle flowing rill not for the teacher is a maxim Brave Davl9 boys showed the citys defeat ening power as the Royal worthy the careful consideration Ad a Uctoiy for Normal HUH of trustees If you dont want good work the game was called Messrs Henry Penn and W T When courage wa admire our boys stood with n dont try the Capital Steam Featherston were in Louisvlle last They batted well and struck each ball with cer- Laundry 24 tf tainty dexterity and skill Wednesday looking alter their toThey hold the city boys feet to the Are Special Bates Via the Midland bacco interests With a victory for Normal Hill Mrs H C Greenup and Mrs Why our Ward scared those boys till they trem- May 15 16 Louisville Populist Conven Â¬ their tracks tion t Llewellyn Holton who have each And bled In they would stand poor bys aud there May 15 17 Pittsburg Western Gas Asso Â¬ been very sick during the past fight the wind until ciation The umpire would say you nre out on strikes May 1G 30 Pittsburg Presbyterian Gen Â¬ week are some better get back eral Assembly Mr George Goddard who is A batter from Normal Hill Houston Texas Confeder Â¬ May engaged in business at Lexington And then our boys would stand and watch thoso ate Veterans 2105 visited his fathers family in our And tricky acurves directed stroke of energetic May 22 31 Cincinnati Latonia Rncesf with well May 24 20 Louisville Christian Endeavmidst the first of the week determined will or would unsettle Bro Saffells nenes The annual roll call of the mem- Â¬ They sending his bills higher than the flag pole May 24 30 New Haven Conn National By Charitiosf bers of Buck Run Church will take on Normal Hill May 27 28 Louisville Kings Daughters place to morrow morning A full Wj played the boys n3 nicely nnd smoDthly as a May 29 30 Mammoth Cave Ky Phar Â¬ maceutical Assof band is earnestly requested attendance Why Riley made Bro S ifils stand over the plate May 30 31 SanAntonib Texas Travelers Protective Association Where are you going What are nnd fan June 5 G Louisville G O PJ Then we laughed nnd laughed until wo cried you going after And how long are When Ward held a hot ball right against Bro June 25 28 Lexington State Dentist Epworth Chattanooga June 25 27 3ou going to stay are some of the Saflles side League questions plied by those curiously Now all the boys were rattled and began to June 30 July 1 Lexington Kentucky inclined lose their grit Educatioual Association Fishing has been excellent in We got them all together and bigged the boys July 2 4 FOURTH JULYf to quit Â¬ Silver Lake Blacks pond during We saw their courage falter aud their hopes be- July 5 9 Boston Mass Christian En deavor the past two weeks Some fine gan to wane July 3 5 Denver National Educatioual Association ones have been taken and still the Bat they said you must defeit us and leave us in the ruin May 21 June 11 Texas and return fun goes on Then I thought I would Just get back and get May 14 22 Cincinnati and return sell That polite and accommodating Tomy guncity chap start for first why the fellow May 14 aud 28 the Midland willone tick Â¬ see a ets to Cincinnati nnd return at fare butcher Mr Sudduth Darnell couldnt run IHalf Fare Certlflcite Ian tUii are supplies our citizens twice each Why before he was In motion a runulng good and stout week with choice beef Try it and The umpire jelled go back why Ward has put be convinced you out Ohio Ry Chesapeake cheering and with praise we mado Revs J H Burdin and E S Then with Alderman have returned home Asthe hills resound their little tiles so hglh above our boys kept WASHING NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA from Washington City whither tho ground they went last week as delegates We defeated them then we cheered with soul TON BOSTON and all Eastern Cities to the Southern Baptist Conven- Â¬ might and main We took the cars and left the city boys In the tion cold and chill ruin Shortest Line between FRANKFORT Mrs Rebecca Crockett and Mrs Cheering and shouting we left them with hot tears In their eyes LEXINGTON and EASTERN Maggie Hawkins and Mr C H But we hud to make our Journey to the victorious POINTS Crockett and family of Bridgeport Normal skies Time card In effect April 1 1895 us we came great forces said Yes we will and Mrs D M Crockett and Mrs And EAST DODND carrj them faster still Mattie Harrison and son of Mur Lve Lexington And let them shout tho hirvest home and F F V Express No22 dally 1140 a m freesboro Tennessee visited C UctoryonNomal Hill 815 a h Midland Accom No 2b daily ex Sun Vestlbuled Express No 24 dally 7i m H Parrent aud family last Mon Sterling Acconi No 28 dally ex Sun 530 p m Mt Their eyes and mouths were opened wide Ahl Well beat old Normal Hill Â¬ the attention of some of our farm ers this week They were drilling and cilllng the boys In lino To beat old Normal HUH The stand was full or Frankforts pride And they were pressing and coming still and our paper 100 making this the best offer of the kind ever OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET made Subscribers to the Roundabout who are not takiug The Post now can avail themselves of this op10 XIEB IkAGCTXXS portunity by addressing this office OFFER FOR 8 ALE THE or writing to B G Boyle 526 N EAT FRAME COTTAGE OF 4 ROOMS AND WE property on St Clair street nowBUSINESS occupied Kuua guruen aouui irrunKiorc by Flncel Bros This Is one of the best business Third street Louisville locations In the city the lotis more than 26 feet Â¬ Real Estate Agents FORJ3ALE For ZESent STORY Rooms with st ible and large grounds on Murray streetSouth Side Thisisvery desirable property A TWO FRAME RESIDENCE OF 9 front by 95 feet deep nnd besides the large storeroom has n comfortable dwelling of six rooms in the second nnd third stories This Is valnablo property nnd will irake n first class In Â¬ vestment FOR SALE AND RESIDENCE ON TODD street South Side This Is desirable prop- Â¬ erty and Is offered at afbargain Blacksmith FOR Property E Fair OIHR BLACKSMITH PROPERTY AT THE Forks or Elkhorn Including a frame resi Â¬ dence of four rooms with necessary bullalngs ten acres pt land is offered at a bargain SnJ This Is the only shop now in operaton at that place and will command a good trade if run by an experienced workman FOE RENT TWO HANDSOME NEW RESIDFNCE3 OF rooms each on Main sreet South Frankfort Just erected by Dr Reynolds THE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FOR RENT AVERY DESIRADLE RESIDENCE OF FIVE on Shelby street South Frankfort BARGAIN IS OFFERED IN THE Malt House property on Mero street This property Is well equipped for malting or would make a line warehouse or manufacturing estab- Â¬ lishment TPfYR JXEtVt X STOREROOM ON ond street South SEC Side 19 FOR SALE of this land Is now under cultivation and the bal- Â¬ ance Is good grazing land In this tract there is also n quantity of tine tobaccD land OF GOOD OF A FARM cltv 80 ACRES Frankfort- LAND WITH A luree Dart limits of ln the - QftOn pJJJ WILL BUY A FRAME COTTAGE OF 5 rooms on East Ma in street Â¬ 260 ACRE FARM FINE LAND WITH GOOD IMPROVE ments situated near Forks of Elkhorn Is This farm Is well adapted to stock raising or will raise line tobacco as well as nil othercrops suited for this climate Will sell on easy payments offered for sale 1 South Side nKnn tjjCFwr a frame cotwillofbuy you on Second street3 rooms tage 5 FARM FOR SALE OFFER FOR SALE A FINE FARM OF acres situated on the Georgetown turn Dike 8 miles from Frankfort This is very pro land is well Improved abundantly sup Â¬ ductive plied with water and is especially adapted to stock raising The neighborhood Is excellent churches and schools convenient and all sur Â¬ roundings attractive FOR SALE FINE FARM OF 210 ACRES FINELY Lo- Â¬ cated 8 miles from Frankfort on a good turnpike road upon which there is a brick resi- Â¬ dence of 0 rooms n tenement of four rooms and nil 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 bargain WE A 81 Â¬ Ik J L B MARSHALL Every Bilker In Frankfort Using Arctic Flour CO W Â¬ HAVE YOU TRIED n THE J E H FLOUR THE BEST IN THE WOLD V 1 day The oldest living citizen fails to note the time when the destruction of vegetation by the cut worms proved to be so serious Besides the usual work of this little pest BIG FOUR ROUTE I H m M1 WEST BOUND BestTjirie to the North and East All lines from the South make through trains of the Big Four Mt Sterllna Aceom No 27 dally ex Sun7 50a m 1115 a m Atlantic Express No 21 dully 3111111111 1- att Lexington Artie better than any Flour imported to this city Try it and be con Â¬ vinced in Central connections direct Cincinnati with roue Union Station Â¬ u w - u accuiu uaiieiouui600 pm Vestlbuled Express No 23 daily oU1 Vestlbuled Trains with Dining Cars Only 20 hours Franklort to New York via this Both through trains run via Frankfort No Bus transfers J W HARNEY D P A Lexington Ky O B RYAN H W ULLEK Agt Genl Puf Asst6enl Pass Agt i- - whole fields of clover hemp and to Chicago St Louis IndianapoAlto- lis Columbus oats have been destroyed Cleveland New gether the prospect presents a York and Boston For full infor- Â¬ gloomy appearance mation call on nearest agent or address DELAYED LETTER E O McCokmick Mr Lloyd Featherston of Mid DBMartin Pass Traffic Mgr way was in our midst last week Ticket Agent Genl Pass The school is for the children Cincinnati O and not for the teacher is a max im for the earnest consideration of Map or the Virginia Battle Â¬ Â¬ Patronize Home Industry Administrators Notice LL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST the estate of Uettle Stump deceased are hereby required to present the same properly proven to Wm Cromwell attorney Frankfort Ky on or before June SO 1895 A Washington D C Cincinnati JOHN ECHOLS ST JOHN BOYLE f kkceiveks t C 0 Tfie S W R R THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY ROUTE trustees Mr Harp has moved to this place from Georgetown and is now engaged in the blacksmith business at the Newton stand Bro Burdin was called to Pigeon Fork last week to preach the funeral sermon of one of the members of his church there C I I Parrent and family were called to Bridgeport last Sunday week to attend the funeral of Mrs Parrents sister Miss Anna Belle Â¬ Fields Apr 27 4t Admr Bettlo Stump deceased B O VAUGHN The only correct map made from official papers in the war depart- Â¬ h souTn FOR A TRIAL MONTHS SUBSCRIPTION TO THE N TIME TABLE A M A M P M P M Ms to Limitea - h8BL Crockett Revs J H Burdin and E S Alderman left Tuesday of last week for Washington City to it tend the Southern Baptist Con- Â¬ vention which met in that city last week Silver Lake Blacks Pond is now affording excellent sport for those piscatorially inclined Many fine ones have been captured din ing the past two weeks and still the fun goes on ment with complete list of battles Sent on receipt of 25 cents in money or postage stamps Address C B Ryan Assistant General O Railway Passenger Agent C Cincinnati O All diseases of the skin cured and the best complexion restored by Johnsons Oriental Soap perfumed and highly medicated Two cakes in each package 25 cts J W Gayle Sole Agent -- No17 845 901 917 925 1023 1038 1044 1115 1135 1141 1219 A NoiJ NoaiNo28 155 212 227i 235 300 333 349 357 425 448 45G ONLY ONE NIGHTS RIDE Lv Lexington Yarnallton Bagdud 615 6 6 LOUISVILLE TQ MEMPHIS LOUISVILLE TIES Spring Station Frankfort Pleasurevllle Eminence Lagrange Midway 951550 617 Ct0 067 720 HAH THE BRIGHTEST AND BEST AFTERNOON PAPER IN THE SOUTH Â¬ Latest Market Quotations Latest State News AH the Local News Complete Press Reports Largest Circulation in the South Peweo Valley Anchorage Ar Louisville 707 733 745 812 P C34 li41 71 IS THE MOST PERFECT SERVICE 313 838 936 85 9 03 M 620 P M MEMPHIS YIOKSBTJRG NEW ORLEANS AND ALL POINTS M M P No 18 No 20 No 22 No 24 Lv Louisville irKii WILLIAMS MFG CO Props Cleve Â¬ land O Sold by Holmes Baird Dr Williams Indian Pile Ointment will cure Blind Bleeding Ulcerated and Itching Pileu It absorbs tho tumors allays tho itching at once acts as a poultice gives instant relief Br Williams Indian Pile Ointment is prepared only for Piles and Itching of the private parts and nothing else Every box is guaran Â¬ Sold by druggists sent by teed mail for GOc and ijsl00 per box Piles Plies Piles Anchorage Peweo Valley 30000 AND OVER DAILY Lagrange Eminence Pleasurevllle Bagdad Midway Varnnlltou Ar Lexington 811 821 850 920 1020 1015 1M 7U 431 C20 3rf0 93J 949 1065 1111 1130 6 05 448 515 542 5rO G35 654 705 733 768 Ui 410 8 06 50 CENTRA Or MONTH Frankfort Hmlng Station 825 855 920 1005 U29 940 500 a Year by Mnlli 428 450 466 509 835 559 008 Rates Tickets and all Information furnished by Ticket Agent 01 any ltauway uo 11 1101 621 address 040 South and Southwest m U JNO A HALDEMAN buo Mo n sob fourth avenue LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY No 24 will OliriBtianaburff stop nt Anchorngo and for passengers for Lexington and points beyond Nos 17 1J and 21 connect at Lagrange for Cincinnati Nos 19 and 21 connoot at Anchorajje for Bloomrlold Branch W J MoBRIDE Traveling Pass Agent Louisville Hr T BIiYNOH General Passenger Agent Louisville Ky m gnffFrrrfTraBWW